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TUESDAY A^D FRIDAY
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Wce??i, Hsi?DUshed ?scoj Daily, Jcn.18, 191*. ANDERSON, S. C.,TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 3, 1914. PRICE fl.50 THE YEAR.
WAR DECLARED BETWEEN TURKEY AND RUSSIA
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THIS SALE MEANS PUTTING AN END TO HIGH PRICES ON SHOES lHIS YEAR. Wc have in
augurated thc biggest Year-End Shoe Sale that has ever been pulled off in the city of Andersen. Thc axe has
. . been put into thc prices and shaved them down until Shoe buying at tl ?s sale will be a pleasure. Never before
has such an immence stock of new, clean footwear, been put on thc market at such a sacrifice in prices. We went into
thc catcrn markets and bought early and often of thc best shoes we could lay our hands on for the cash money. Conse
quently"wc find ourselves with about
These consist of men's, women's, misses's and children's shoes in all the newest and most up-to-date styles.
This is not a sale of cheap shoes, but a sale of good shoes cheap. You know cur policy is and always has been to buy nothing
but the best in footwear.
NOW TO THE POI INT
Wc realise that the European war has caused a' depression iii the cotton market in this country, and iii view of this fact
we have deci?lcd to put our entire stock of fine footwear on the market at prices so much cheaper than her "Majesty
Queen Cotton," that you Will sit up and take notice at the big?;values we are offering in all kinds of footwear.
Bring your feet to this sale and they will surely take up with a pair of Thompson's Shoes.
The relen?ecs wielding of the axe has fallen heavily on every pair of Shoes in our store. None has escaped the keen-edged blade and me blow has landed squarely
on each pair. We want all of our customers, and all of those who are not our customers to get the benefit of the Big Shoe Sale. NOTHING WILL BE SENT
ON APPROVAL ATTHIS ALE. So we only ask you to bring us your feet and we'll do the rest. Sale begins at 9 o'clock, Wednesday Morning, Nov- 18th,
We will only mention a few ?.r?. ss below as our stock is too large to quote prices on all lin-?s.
immense stock represente the product
of the best faetones in the un?ry. Women's FineFootwear. The pret
[ Your choice of the best $5.00 arid tieat models to be seen this ?eason are
I $6.00 Shoes in the Atore, in patent colt* to De found among our new ffalf styles.
J and all dull leathers, at . . ... .$4.85 The Shoes we sell are made well, fit
1 Men's $4.50 Shoes in All Leath- well, w??r well, look well-and are
j ors . ... . ; . . . . ...$3.95 most comfortable. Any leather you
I Men's $4.00 Shoes in AU Leath- want. . Any style ^ou want. And any
j ers .... ....... . . .. . ... . $3.37 5i2? ^nd width \ant will be found
I lVIen's $3.50 Show in All Leath- here. \
One lot Men'* $5.00 Petent Colt$2.85 Fi* ^ Nj** ?>? ?
One lot Men'? ?4.00 Patent Colt * P- s ^ V \ Top? of
Shoes ...... it ''? . . . .'. . . .$1-9S -js ar . \Catit?a.
?nelbiMen'.W.OOGunMet?K ^ -C^js ,/ y \$3.35
One lot Men's $2.(Hj'Sno^ ; : , <f ^ \tal
? long to quote pnce? on* 5^ J? -V ^ei?,
^^meandsee^ - W 4f . $1.95
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1 Girls' Mary Jane Styles in Patent Colt,
and Duli Calf at . . .. $2.35 to $$2.95
V School Girls' Gun Metal Shoes, But
ton or Lace at-.$1.95 and $2.35
One Lot Women's $3.00 ?and $3.50
. Patent Colt Shoes, Button or Blu
cher .............. i.. ?. -$1-^5
bine Lot Women's $2.50 Duli
Leaiher.Shoes ..... ... . $1-65
$2.00 Women's Shoes . . . , $1.39
$1.50 Women's Shoes_ _9?c
We haye hundreds of other styles,
thai we have n?> room io mention.
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We have a big stock of the best Schoo}
Shoes for Children that money can
buy but we have no room to quote
price on them. Prices range from
.... :. . . . 48c up to $2.15
Boys' and Little Gents' Shoes
3 . J. :. . .$1.19 up to $2.95
Women's Rubber Overshoes 45 to 65c
Men's Rubber Overshoes . . 65c to 90c
Heavy Work.Shoes for-Women
. ..... ^rrn : wm :'v. $1.39 to $i#5
^ t??ids of Men's hea^ Elk Sf?n
Wqrk Shoes ?1.95, $2^40; $?90,
$3.35 and $3.85. Shoe Polish 7c, 3
Boxes for 20c.
Don't miss this Big Shoe Sale. If you
do you won't get what is coming to
you. Remember the date, Wednes
day, Nov. 18th, 1914.
and bave the
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