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title: 'The Laurens advertiser. (Laurens, S.C.) 1885-1973, February 12, 1913, PART 2, PAGES 9 TO 12, Image 10',
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Byram's Great Way to Hand Out $25,000.00
In the hands of W. F. Byram & Co., the well known
$25,000.00 stock of Dry Goods, Shoes, Clothing, Etc.,
of the Red Hot Racket Store up on the square has been
bought and placed in the hands of W. F. Byram & Co.,
of Charlotte, N. C, and must be sold in 15 days regard
less of price; both Winter and Summer Goods will go
on sale. Everything must be sold by Saturday Night,
For the first 20 minutes after our big sale begins,
Saturday, February 15th at 9:00 a. m., we are going to
sell 10 yards of Bleaching or 10 yards of Calico for 10c.
Don't fail to be at the door when the clock strikes 9:00.
How to find the place. Follow the crowc upon the
square; you should lay in a years supply for yourself
and the little folks while they go at and below your
price. Come and look, it don't cost you anything to
$25,000.00 Stock of Goods in the Hands of W. F. Byram & Co.,
of Charlotte, N. C, and Must be Sold by Saturday Night,
March 1st., Regardless of Price. Sale Will Begin
Saturday, Feb. 15th, 9 a. m.
Don't forget the day and hour, Saturday, Feb. 15th is the day, 9 a. m. is the hour. The well known $25,000.00 Stock of Dry G oods Shoes, Clothing, etc.,
at the RED HOT RACKET STORE, Main St., up on the Square, is in the hands of W. F. Byram & Company, of Charlotte, N. C, a nd Must be sold out by
Saturday Night, March 1st-, without fail. As we only have 15 days to close out this Extra Large Stock of absolutely New Goods, we are compelled to give the
Greatest Slaughtering Cut-Price Sale South Carolina has ever known. Don't stay at home and wonder why we are selling so cheap* Come and see for yourse^
we are not able to explain the value of our Tremendous Bargains in papers and hand bills, but will kindly ask you to come and look fo-/yourself as it don't co.c'c yOU
anything to look. You can't loose by looking. Every mother should lay in a years supply while Shoes, Clothing, Hats. Dress Goods, Stockings, Underwear,
go far below your price. FOLLOW THE BYRAM WAY!
EN AT 9 A.
Saturday, Feb. 15th.
Don't fail to be at the door when the clock strikes 9. How to find the place
:n HOT RACKET STORE
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