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MEN and SALESLADIES
WANTED for this Big Sale
New Store, New People, New Goods
REMEMBER THE TIME
and PLACE, THE DATE
YOU MUSTN'T FORGET
One of a large chain of Red Hot Racket Stores will be opened in our city
at O. B. Simmons' old stand, 112 Main Street. Not a dollars worth of Simmons'
goods in this store: Everything: absolutely new, fresh goods, bought especially
for our chain of Red Hot Racket Stores. Sale opens
Saturday, January 28th, 1911.
And will last for fifteen days, and in order to get you acquainted with our way of doing business, we are going to give you bar
gains never before heard of in this section of the country. Talk is cheap we know, but we have the good to back up anything
we say. Prices will do our talking.
We sell wholesale as well as retail, and it will pay merchants of this county to buy their goods of us, as we can save them
money. Read these prices and sec our goods:
Men's Suits from $3.98 up
Doors will open at 11 o'clock, and
$100 worth of Merchandise will be
given to the crowd in front of our
Store on the stroke of 11. This Mer=
chandise will consist of the very best
Goods in our Store and every article
will be serviceable.
Look Out fo the BIG BALLOON
Containing S. m of Money.
Panama and Voile Skirts!
Ladies' Stylish Voile and Panama Skirts, the kind
that retail from $2.50 to $3.00, Rod <fe1 QQ
Hot Racket Price.<P I. tl a
Ladies' Hose, good heavy Ribbed Hose lOcts E
and 15cts values, per pair at . t)C.
Lad ies' Undershirts from
This is about half what you've been paying
for the .-ame article.
Men's Suspenders from
All styles, T.'ic tallies for .
*i values .t3c
$1.50 values, Ferguson & Mchinnoj .... .',,,,('
Frldaj evening before tlie Hnle we will send up a large balloon,
reminding you that at 11 o'clock the day following Hie grcntcal
merchandising evenl in the hlstor) of Lnurens will take place.
An envelope containing n sum of mono) win be attached to (bis
balloon. To IllO one \\Un recovera this money WC will also urhe
a vnlnallle present upon return to us of tbe envelope in which
the money was enclosed.
Shoes is our strong point, and we guarantee to sine you money
on any pair of Shoes that jou Imy from our store, and we guarantee
satisfaction or another pair Of shoes.
One counter of Drummer's Sample Shoes at prices (hat uill
paj you to huj a year's supply for your whole family.
Men's Sinus frOm Ose up all leather.
Ladies' Shoes from 7.">c up.
Misses ami Hoy's Shoes from 00c per pair up.
We are Helling Dry Goods and Notions nt ah>>Ui what you paid
for them when cotton was ."?<? per pound. >Vc bonglll a tremendous
stock of these (roods at almost our own price, as tbe manufacturer
bad to sell them and we bad the cash with which to Imy. We
propose to share oar good fortune with (lie people of this com.
inanity, as our motto in business is, "Quirk Sales; Small I'rolits;
Live und Let Liu."
Standard Princess Calicoes, l<? yards for 25c, as long as it insts.
liest grade Sea Island 5c yard.
IMcuchlug "><? yard.
lull Hue Ladies' Dress Goods from 10c to $1.00 per yard. A
reduction will be made on ovorj yard of these goods,
\ beautiful Art Square, 9x12 feet, $2.08. Did you c\er hear
of such a price as this.'
A good M-day clock, guaranteed for 12 months at $I.?S.
A urood Alarm ( lock at 10c.
A beautiful Dinner Set at 99c.
Pauls and Pitchers 89c each.
Other Crockery Ware at like prices.
Good Luck Ital.in- Powders, just from the factory, 7 cans 25c.
RED HOT RACKET STORE
Simmons' Old Stand, 112 Main St.
LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA