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title: 'The Laurens advertiser. (Laurens, S.C.) 1885-1973, November 20, 1912, PART 2, PAGES 9 TO 16, Page PAGE TWELVE, Image 12',
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Great Stock of Merchandise for Men, Women and Children
Thrown on the market regardless, irrespective of formier cost or value. NECESSITY KNOWS NO LAW.
Having decided to completely liquidate our stock of Dry Goods, we offer this entire up-to-date stock at
a big sacrifice. Every article must be liquidated and disposed of within 30 days.
SALE TAKING PLACE AT::
Laurens, South Carolina
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22nd TO TUESDAY, DECEMBER 24th.
A STATEMENT TO THE PUBLIC
Always being believers in quick sales and short profits, we find today that our quarters are too small and we
are carrying too large and varied a stock for the amount of space we haye. We find that we must do one of two
things: Either sell our stock in the lump or keep a good part of the same and offer the public goods next season
that have been on our shelves the previous year. After due consideration, we havs decided to sell our stock.
Now how to sell the stock was the question. We first decided to offer the stock to an out-of.town concern at 60c
on the dollar; but the question arose, what was the use of giving outsiders this wonderful bargain? Let the home
people have it. These people that give us their support from year to year. What is the matter with saving money
to our home people? We have determined to mark the goods for what they will bring, no matter how big the
The motto of this sale?"Let the goods go for what they will bring, no matter what thesacrifice." Opportunities of this kind only come once in a
while and you who desire bargains of the most wonderful kind should not think of missing this bona fide liqudation Sale.
Store will be Closed Wednesday and Thursday, November 20 and 21 to mark down prices and arrange stock
Slig sale on Trunks and Suit. Cases
away below cost.
Positively nothing charged during
this sale. This is strictly ft cash
About 300 pairs ?>t' Men's Pants,
all Wool, and goods ranging in
price from $1.50 to $7.50 a pair.
To close them out Prom . .98c to $3.98
Men's Rain Coats, regular $10.00
values, only a few left for this sale .$3.98
The markets of the big eastern cities
have been searched for the beautiful, the
stylish, the dependable millinery and we
have them here. These beautiful creations
must go at any price. No offer1 will be re
Fused. Never before have you bad such
an opportunity to select from such a mag
nificent line at such wonderfully low pric
es, .lust come in and see them for your
self. We arc sure you'll buy.
Fine line of rubbers for men. women
and children, Now rs your chance to get
best, quality at lowest prices.
Extra full line of new and up-to-date
sweaters for ladies and children,
indies $3.00, all-wool Swearer now $1.59
Indies $5.00, all-wool Sweater now $2.49
Children's $1.50 to $2.00 Sweaters
a iow .69 c
1 lot of 200 pair of Baby Shoes of
the very best quality, worth 25c
anil 50c, now.8c
Big lot of new ladies' hair goods must
be sold. No offer refused. Make your
PLUMBS AND FEATHERS.
Make your old hat a new one by trim
' 'ruing them over. We have a somplete line
of plumes and feathers that will just suit
yc\>. G?me and see them.
Handsome line of all kinds of um
brellas. 76c kind now only.39o
$2.50 and $3.00 kind .going for ..$1.49
Handsomest Tine ever shown here.
.I i h (I i <. i . ii i
$15.00 set. now going for.$3.98
$5.00 set now going for.$1.98
EXTRA ! EXTRA!!
Here's your chance. Two hundred dol
lars worth of Toilet Water. Cologne. Tal
cum Powders and other Toilet Articles will
be sold at what you offer. They must go
at any price. Will sell as a whole or in
single pieces. These goods are from stand
ard makers, all pure and of finest quality.
A grand abundance of beautiful Trim
mings of all kinds. At prices unheard of
before. Come and take vour choice.
Don't miss these. We are offering
bargains here that you will make
money on. Beautiful $3.00 and
$5.00 Silk Shirtwaists now.
Special line of ladies' and children's
cape Hain Coats, sell elsewhere for
Children's $2.00 and $2.50 kind, now
Ladies' $8.00 Raincoat now.
Men's $10.00 rubber Rain Coat for ,
AN I) STAPLE
Tbousands of yards of the best Amer
ican Print, price .4%C
Apron check Ginghams that sell for
He. Sale price.4%c
Soft Bleached Domestic good quali
ty, worth at the present market
He. Sale Price.51 '.,b
75c and $1.00 Wool Goods, now.39c
50e and 75c Messaline Goods, sale . .. .29c
35c and 40c Messaline Goods, now . . . .19c
10c quality of Percale, alt guaran
teed fast colors. Sale price, yd.. . ,7c
Dress Porcals, that sell regularly for
12Voe to 15c. Sale price.9c
One lot of Chambrays, in assorted
shades, regidar price 15c yer yd,
for this sale.9c
Fine Dress Ginghams, that sell for
12i/2c to 16c. Sale price.9c
Cash is what we are after, and.knowing
this is a little scarce at this time of the
year, we are offering prices for good sala
ble merchandise that you ought to have
no trouble at all in finding the money to
buy these goods, aft they are being, offered
io j on at less than cost.
Extra heavy Outing, in plain col
ors, such as pink, light and navy
blue and cream, regular price
121/oc This sale .8C.c
Remember?There are more of some
goods than there are of others. To get the
benefit of these tremendous bargains, all
I say is come early.
Remember?This is strictly cash sale,
and under no consideration will anything
About 25 Blankets, sold as high as
$5.00. for this Big Sale_ . .$1.69 up
Men's heavy fleeced Underwear,
Women's Sunday Shoes, in all leath
ers, only one pair of each kind
left. Sell up to $3.50 a pair, For
this Big Sale.98c
Men's Overalls with apron, regular
75c. quality. This Sale .42c
Ladies' Oxford Grey Skirts, all wool
goods, and positively worth $5.00
Just the thing for rough weather.
This sale .$2.69
Ladies' long coats, onlv a few left.
Well worth $8.00. While they lost $2.98
Men'a all-wool Overcoats, of good
quality Kersey, with velvet col
lars. Positively worth $10 .. ..$2.48
FREE RAILROAD FARE TO OUT OF
Purchasing $25.00 worth of merchandise
Red and white sign with a big band will
guide you to the right place.
This will be the biggest sacrifice in the
wb de store. The assortment is one of the
most complete that has ever been offered
to the public at such low prices.
Thousands of yards of Dress Goods, con
sisting of Albatross, Bonita Goods, ('ash
meres, etc., will be offered to the public at
prices unheard of.
"WHITE WAISTINGS. ?
Composed of all the different grades
of Barred Muslins, Madras, etc.,
sold from 15c to 25c a yard. For
this Big Sale. . .9o
READY TO WEAR GARMENTS
Ladies' Shirt Waists.
A splendid showing of the season's
newest and prettiest styles. Here
are scores of dainty shirt waists
in all the latest patterns. We doubt
if equal tailoring and styles
could be reproduced at. home at
any price. Look over these items
and make your selection. Hun
dreds of the very newest styles, in
Batiste Waists, new arrivals,
which were intended to be sold at
$1.00. a matchless value at that.
A waist which your dearest friend
would think cost you twice the
price at any bargain sale. Wo ad
vise you to eome early, as the
w:?ists won't last long at.79c
One lot of Ladies' Waists, slightly
mussed, worth $3.50 to $5.00.
Ladies' Muslin Skirts, made of good
quality muslin, trimmed with dust
ruffle and embroidery edging. Reg
ular $2.00 value, This Sale.89c
Ladies' Black Sateen Skirts, deep
ruffle, and skirts that sell else
where for $1.50. For this Big
Sacrifice Sale. ... .89c
Remember No matter bow redieulous
ly low these prices may seem, my guaran
tee goes with it all.
Sales may come and sales may go, but
This Sale will be a 30 days' wonder to the
Ladies' and Children's Handker
chiefs, made of fine white lawn,
hemstitched, worth 8c. Sale Price ... .3c
Finest Persian Lawn Handkerchiefs,
German hemstitched, border, oth
ers with silk striped border,
worth 121/oc. Sale Price.4c
Ladies' Linen Finish Handkerchiefs,
sold regularly at 15c, Sale Price _8c
About 500 pieces of Ribbon, in all
assorted widths and shades, to be
closed out regardless of cost. These
are new, clean goods, and will be
sold at less than 50c on the dollar.
Extra Special Thread, retails the
world over at 5c a spool. For this
Boys all woq! suits sold here for $3.50, just
the thing for a useful present, this sale 98c
I have Kono through this entire stock and
wish to assure everybody that nothing will ho
misrepresented. The stock is all in good shape.
If you want your dollar In some instances to
do <three dollars' worth of work, i-.tend this
?pdte. Remember, everything guaranteed as
D. POLIAKOFF, Laurens, S. C.
NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE
If you cannot come the first or second day, arrange it so you can come one of those other days.
But bear in mind, as a great many thousands of people will come to buy this stock at this sale, it
will be only to your interest, atid we urge you to Come Karly and be one of the early buyers.
Best Talcum Powder, regular prlco 25c
The stock is being liquidated, but my guar
antee goes with every nrUe.le, my guaranteo
covers overy statement, covers every price
hero made, and I here emphasize that no mis
representation or the slightest exaggeration
hns been tolerated in thin advertisement