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Come and s< e t hem! You
will buy one or two.
Burns' Cut=Price Department Store.
I Just Beautiful and
price is so low.
Freedom For The People! Z
FROM THE BURDEN OF HIGH PRICES. The "Big Store" with the
"Little Prices/' Yes, Cash System, no bad accounts to figure in, no
losses keeping the Dollar rolling, and our combined buying pow^r for our 5 big Stores, puts us in position to undersell our competitors.
We havs added new tines this season
Our buyers made a lot of "Great Deals" with the Miils and Factories this trip. Some Eye Openers. Don't let
your feet go astray. Come to the RED IRON RACKET the Red Hot Store.
We Sell You the Same High Grade Goods for Less Money.
OUR NEW DEPARTMENT!
Ladies' Tai ?~cd Coat Suits,
$5 to $18
$4.85 to $8.00
All O'.if < 1. :: icnts .'ire now cut
larger. "Kcomony'' coats 3^
inches long. Cht fuller .-.round
and the Greatest line of medium
priced g?( I clothes ever ( ftcred
a -Hig dear with tlic^'Veoitothy"
Clot : . ?. I von arc
dead sure to save $2.0 > to >\;.oo
on ally one <f our Kcouomy
Stutai Conu' antl look v.s over.
Shirts all Styles
and prices for work
and dress: 24c, 39c
48c, 69c and 89c
for the $1.00 kind.
$7.50 to $18 98c f $4.89
1 2 o< 0 pails in w f
?'Nifty goods" right up to the [styles in Mer.'s 1 ants cut
minute in style. Collar "ling"
the neck closely. Coats have
concaved shoulders. Fronts well
worked and padded. Makes thcln
conform to the body, gives that
smart effect^ niid retains shape
until \\ tfn out.
Trousers, Trousers are "Nifty*
Hght Up to tlie minute ia make*
These -;i:s are the erefim of per?
feetiuti in the art of jj< <>1 clothes
$10.00 and 512.50
r.nd mr.de right, <'.? tthlt
ve]t scams. We got the
1 "Jjkinne 1" v.hen it
Piovs' Knee I ants the new 1900, Fall goods from
the great "Kcouomy" factory, $!.00 tO $3.00
Hoys'Knickeibocker Suits all the new touch.es
in stvie. Hovs must have these
"New Things".$2.48 to $5.80
Bovs1 Russu 11 blouse Suits lptig coats and belt:
woi.d "feiunftc : wiien it v
conies to 1 ants values. |
Come in mid 6s;amine the
$1.48 to $3.98
new aN iftv
Men's "Nobby'' Hat!
all the s\Velle'st styles a
; rices lh.it \vill please yon
We aiwavs "Cut t';:<
Jest Cot 1
At "< lid 1ices/'
Doesn't that sound good
you. Gretn bides
? '. up" last spring We
"gl t v. '.-e" .:t once, out"
buyer got busy and now
we own the
K-T RT?CK SHOE 5
an i hot a red cent advance
' SAMT. <>i.I> PRICES."
Hring your "feet" to us.
mm ; Sfcp
Our special far * ? I5cts.
Others at Sets, 7jts, lOcts.
\ $2.50 Hat. Ri d Mot .vl .93 $1.50 II k $1.25
$2.00 II vl $1.63
$3.00 Hat $2.25
? y \
OTHER NEW LINES ARRIVING DAILY
$1 2! to $1.39
Don't Fail to See Through Our Annex Across the Street
2 in Lauren?, 1 in Greenwood, I in Spartanburg and 1 Anderson, S. C,