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Our G^eat Annual January
Monday, January 8th at 8:30 o'clock Sharp!
Never have we been in a position to offer greater bargains than will meet your eyes at this sale. A big season's business tempted us to buy too
many goods, and we have determined to offer the trade inducement in prices that will move our big stock, and move it fast. With the
view of giving this bargain feast we have been on the look out for six months for attractions for it, and have "picked up" many
great things in Embroidery, Laces, White Goods, Ginghams, etc. You can buy your Spring Wash Goods cheaper now and have
the advantage of cold weather for making them up. Don't forget the dates. Come early and late and avoid the rush.
To price all of them, but here is a few:
36-inch guaranteed Black
Taffeta Silk - - .79
36-inch Changeable Taf
feta Silk, the $1 kind, .85
New Shirt Waist Change
able Silks, all colors, re
duced to - - - .45
Wove Cheviot dress goods,
36 inches wide, reduc
ed to - - - .19
54-inch Cheviot Skirting .35
Nice styles in Dress Out
ings - r - - .03 ?6
10-4 Sheeting - - .19
Big Bleached Hack Tow
All 10-cent Flanneletts, .07^
While it lasts Heavy 4-4
Homespun - .06
Shirt Waist Silks, 25, 35, .43
All Broadcloths and other
fine Dress Goods are
marked at prices to
Close them Out.
Buy Canton Flannel now
4\cy 8c, and 10c.
See our fine line Cretonne.
.IN ALI ?
We have so many strong specials to offer during our sale that we will be
pressed for room to display them, consequently will divide them, putting them
on sale on different days. The trade will please note the items on this list and
preserve so that they may be thoroughly aware as to what days the several ex
tra specials will be introduced.
MONDAY, OUR OPENING DAY
We will offer a great line of House Furnishings at DEEP-CUT PRICES.
Our $1.25 72-inch German Satin
Damask at. $ .98
Our $1.00 72-inch German Satin
Damask at . .89
Our extra wide Satin Damask at .68
Extra wide Cream Satin Damask .38
Our $1.00 extra large White Quilts .89
Our $1.25 extra large Whith Quilts 1.08
Our $1.50 Marseills Quilts. 1.25
Our $2.50 English Satin Quilts . 2.10
Our $3.00 English satin quilts . 2.50
A Great Underwear Stock.
Ladies' Fleeced Vests ioc.
Ladies' extra weight and length
Ladies' Wool Vests 68c.
Children's Fleeced Vests ioc
Boys' Vests 15c to 25c.
Men's Heavy Fleeced Vests
35c to 45c.
Special prices on Wright's
Big line Men's Shirts 50c to
$1.00 values?sale price 39c.
Lot of Boys' 50-cent Shirts at
Children's Mitts 5c and ioc.
Ladies' Seamless Tan Hose
Ladies' Jersey Gloves ioc.
Ladies' Kid Gloves 69c.
Ladies' hemstitched Handker
Ladies' all linen hemstitched
Children's Handkerchiefs ic
Ladies' new styles Girdles ioc.
Ladies' Satin and Silk Girdles
50c quality at 25c.
Ladies' turn-over Collars 5c.
One lot of R & G and other
good makes in Corsets. Some
of them a little soiled?19c.
Big lot of Men's four-in-hand
and Puff Scarfs, all silk, ioc.
Sales Begins Jan. 8th.
All-Wool 11-4 and 10-4 Blankets, Lace Curtains, Curtain Swisses, Rugs and Mattings will be included
in our house furnishings sale on this day. We will sell 14 yards 10-ccnt Bleached Muslin for
$1.00. Fourteen yards only to a customer this day only.
Tuesday, January 9th, at 11 O'clock
Note the hour, we will put on sale a great line of Embroidery worth up to 25c per yard, some of it 10,
12 and 15 inches wide, all at
Also a big line of fine Yal Laces, with inserting to match, worth up to ioc?sale price
4c per yard or 45c per dozen yards.
Also a big line of Torchon Laces and Insertings in beautiful patterns
4c per yard or 45c per dozen yards.
On Wednesday, January 10th.
2,000 yards yard-wide shirting, Percale, short ends, io-cent quality, at 5 cents. Also a big lot 6c, 8c
and ioc short lengths in Muslins at 5 cents.
1200 yards Dress and Shirting Ginghams, Chambray and Madras at 4)^ cents per yards.
A great cut in our entire line of handsome Ribbons. Fifty pieces special all Silk Ribbons, all colors,
good width, 8c, 9c and ioc.
Saturday 13th, at II O'clock.
Note the hour. A big lot of Dress style Calico, 10 yards to a customer, none sold to merchants, 2 )^c.
The Greatest Shoe Sale
Laurens ever had is what we want. Anticipating
the big advance in prices we have been stocking our
store for nine or ten months, and we don't hesitate to
say that we will make prices on shoes during our sale
that the trade will possibly never see again. We are
prepared to show a very complete line in all styles and
qualities. Our shoe line contains many styles in these
well known makes. Kippendorf, Dittman & Co.,
Zeigtet' Bros., The Bay State, The Regina, The Portia,
The King Quality and G. H. Gerber.
We invite very special attention to our big line of
Ladies' and Children's fine Shoes. For this sale we will
clean our stock of lots of good shoes where we have only
a few pairs of a style, and mark many of them at about
half what they cost. See our special shoe counters dur
ing the sale. Zciglcr Bros.' fine Kid Button Shoes sold at $2.50 to
$3.50, at $1.50.
Lot of Ladies' Shoes, all kinds, sold up to $2.00, sale price 48c. Chil
dren's Shoes 25c up. Men's Shoes 98c up.
A great line of up-to-date Skirts in
Panama, Brilliantine and Mohair, which
we will cut deep enough to clean out
quick. If you need a nice skirt see this
line the first day of the sale. We also
have an immense line of Mercerized Un
der Skirts that sold as high as $3.00,
which will go at prices that will astonish
the closest buyers.
We are unfortunate enough to have a
good many Ladies' fine Dress Hats,
which we will close out at less than half
price; also quite a lot of untrimmed hats
at almost your own prices.
We are going to have a great bargain giving time. If you get left
it will be because you are not promptly on hand to get what
you want. Come early the first day. Come every day and
you will not be disappointed.
Laurens, S* C.
O. B. SIMMONS COMPANY.
Terms of Sale Cash.
No goods sent out on