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The Lucky Number, will
bring good luck to you if
you buy your goods during
Nine Days Red Hot Sale.
RED HOT SELLING!
We Cannot Impress
Upon Our Customers
The necessity of taking advantage of
this sale at the earliest possible mo
ment. This sale is being advertised
extensively, and there is positively
going to be a big demand for these
goods. Such bargains as these are
very rare. We anticipate the coming
to Laurens of many who wish to take
advantage of these unusual offers.
We are Forced
To Do This
On account of several big changes
that will take place in our business on
or about March 1st. We have paid
no attention to Baltimore and New
York cost in cutting these prices
down to move this Enormous Stock
in such a short time?NINE DAYS.
Get yourself ready. This Nine Days
Red Hot Sale will open
Saturday 9 o'clock a. m.
SSLOur prices have always been 15 to 35 per
cent, lower than other houses for same goods,
and now the slaughtering knife has been used
freely throughout this Immense Stock, which
means a saving of 30 to 50 per cent, to all who
take advantage of this Red Hot Sale. Hurry
Avoid the Rush
for they are all coming to the
Red Iron Racket.
All Goods Will Be
One Price to Everybody!
These low prices mean a heavy loss to
us and a great gain to all who will take
advantage of our wonderful bargains.
This sale will be long remembered.
You will find goods piled on tables and
on the floor, of which you can take your
choice at the
Red Hot Sale Price!
OF DESIRABLE AND SEASONABLE MERCHANDISE AT A
Red Hot Sale Prices:
Red Hot Sale Prices:
400 'dozen King's Spool Thread, per
144 Agate Shirt Buttons, 3c.
Pins, Needles, Hair Pins, Key Chains,
Pencils and Toilet Soaps, each lc.
500 Search Light Matches, 3c.
1,000 Oregon Matches, 4c.
10-cent can Good Luck Baking Pow
5-cent can Good Luck Baking Pow
1 pound Farm Bell Soda, 3c.
3 packages of Gold Dust, 10c.
3 packages of Premium Washing
1 box Celluloid Starch, He.
12 cakes Victory Soap, 25c.
? cakes Good Washing Soap, 5c.
5-Cent cake Toilet Soap, 4c.
7 cakes Fairbank's Tar So.ap, 25c.
10-cent can Mendleson's Lye, 5c.
10-cent bottle Machine Oil, 3c.
15-cent plug Brown Mule Tobacco, 8c.
15-cent plug Silver Dime Tobacco, He.
15-cent plug Schnapp's Sweep Stakes
and Hickory Tobacco, 9c.
1 pound Good Stick Candy, 7c.
1 pound Good Nuts worth 20c. at 10c.
300 dozen Coats' Spool Thread, 4c.
Our line of Dry Goods, Laces, Em
broideries and Ribbons arc complete.
We can't list all, but you will find ev
erything marked in plain figures far be
low New York cost.
9,000 yards Embroidery, in good pat
terns, this will be in 3 lots, at 4c, 8c
and 10c per yard.
12 l-2c and 15c Ribbons, per yard 10c.
We have a big line of Laces to go in
this sale at prices far below any ever
shown in Lanrcns.
2,000 yards Standard Calicos, in red,
blue and lights, 3 l-2c.
3,000 yards Ginghams and Cham
17 yards Poe Mill Bleaching at $1.00.
Big lot Outing on remnant table, 4c.
4,000 yards good Cotton Check, 4 l-2c.
Good heavy White Cloth,-6c.
12 l-2c Ginghams, 9c.
12 l-2c Percales. 8c.
12 l-2c Lawns, Pk's and Waistings,
Special lot White Law n, lc.
Our line of Ladies' Dress Goods, Ta
ble Damask, and in fact ovorything in
the Dry Goods department will have to
go during this sale.
1,000 5-cont Handkerchiefs, 2c.
2,000 Men's and Ladies' Handker
Big lot Silk String and Four-in-Hand
Ties, He. 16c and 18c.
50-cent Underwear, 33c.
26 font Underwear. I 8c.
250 Dress Shirts at 28c.
700 50-cent Dress Shirts, :'..r>c.
$1.00 Dress Shirt.;. 69c.
Big lot 50-cent Work Shirts, 37c.
Big lot 40-cent Work Shirts, 29c.
1200 pairs Suspenders, 15c, 5c, 8c, lOc,
15c and 19c.
Big lino Men's and Ladies' Hosiery,
lc, 5c, tic, 8c and 12 l-2c.
100 dozen Cluott-Poabody Collars, 4c.
2C0 dozen j:ni,d Linen Collars, 8c.
100 dozen good Rubber Collars, 13c.
A big line of Towels will be sold in
this sale at 4c, 7c, 9c, Lie and 18c.
Big line of White Quills, 48c, G9c, 87c,
98c and $l.ls.
Big lot 25-cent Wool Baby Caps, 13c.
Our line of Table Covers will be
thrown out in lots at 2:1c, 39c, 68c, 79c
Big lot of Underskirts, :!!)<?, 07c, 89c
Big line Dress Skirts from 98c, $1.19,
$1.07, $1.01 and $2.87.
8,000 pair Pants from 15c, 09c, 87c,
$l.oo. $1.17, $1.82, $1.45,$1.96 and $2.83.
1,000 Men's and Youth's Suits, $1.97,
$2.46, $8.39, $4.73, $5.83, $0.38, $8.42
' 2,000 Men's and Boys' Hats, I3c, 19c.
37c, 48c, 63c, 78c, $1.17, $1.43, $1.67 to
John B. Stetson, $2.90.
Who says Shoes are up? Not us.
(.,000 pair Men's, Ladies' and Chil
dren's Shoos, 10c, 17c, 43, 57c, 79c, 91c,
$1.09, $1.73, $2.10 and $2.84.
Big line oT Caps, 4c, 8c, 13c, 18c, 29c.
Big line Boys' Knee Pants, 17c, 23c,
39c, 48c and 57c.
I Eight-Day Clock, $1.73.
(i Sewing Machines, $11.73 and $10.37.
Alarm Clocks. 59c.
Watches, 61c, 87c, 98c, $1.19 to $12.19.
All $1.00 bottles of Patent Medicines
All 50-cent bottles, 33c.
All 25-cenf bottles, I6c.
Good White Plates, 21c and 35c.
Good Decoratdd Plates, 45c and 57c.
Cups and Saucers, 37c and 68c.
Complete line of Crockery, Tin and
Glass Ware to be sold at. cost during
Big line Rugs, Picture Frames, Mir
rors and Art Squares to close out at
k~<iiember the Date
Saturday, Feb'y 3rd.
RED IRON RACKET
Is the Talk of the Whole Town and County. There's something going to happen they're selling out their
entire stock. Yes several big changes will take place in our business about March 1st.