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By Minter Company's Forces
We have marshalled our forces, composed of the following divisions: Clothing Depart
ment---E. P. Minter, T. E. Babb, F. H. Walker; Shoe Department---R. A. Babb, J. W. Hill;
Dry Goods Department---W. H. Anderson, Misses Dee Drummond, Janie Nabors, and Nanny
Kate Armstrong; Ready-to-wear Department---Miss Bettie Bramlett, Miss Lee Bramlett; Milli
nery Department---Miss Kate Padgett, Mrs. C. H. Armstrong, Miss Mary Peterson; Man's
Shop ---Y. S. Gilkerson.
Our store of ammunition is at its best, being recently augmented by large shipments of la
E dies' Coat Suits, Coats, Rain Coats, Silk Dresses, Serge Drqg; Skirts, Crepe de Chine Waists,
Georgette Crepe Waists, Silk Waists, Furs, Muffs and Scarfs, ladies' and isses' Hats, Ribbons, Fancy Silks, Ta
feta Silks, Messalines, Georgette Crepes, Silk Poplins, Broadcloths in all colors, Wool S 'es, Wool Poplins, Percales,Ginghams, Red Flan
nel, White Flannel, Nainsooks, Pajama Cloths, Long Cloth, Table Linen, All-Linen d Mercerized Napkins, Blankets, Comforts, inen
Towels, Bath Towels, Cotton Huck Towels, Curtain Goods, Draperies, Bleaching, eeting, Pillow Tubing, Ready-made Sheets, Pillow
Cases, Madame Grace Corsets, Bon Ton Corsets. Royal Worcester Corsets.
Men's Suits, Overcoats, Maccinaws, Bradley Sweaters, Knox Hats, Bon Hats, Caps, Silk Shirts, Dress Shirts, Wool Shirts, Heavy
Shirts, Silk Handkerchiefs, Fancy Handkerchiefs, Union Suits, Under Shifs, Drawers, Overalls, Silk Socks, Fancy Socks, Heavy Socks,
Garters, Bion F. Reynold Shoes, Beacon Shoes, Army Shoes, Buster Brown Shoes, Children's Dress and School Shoes.
Boys' Suits, Overcoats, Mackinaws, Ties, Shirts, Collars, Union Suits, Hats, Caps, Hose, Belts, Suspenders, Handkerchiefs, etc.
OVER THE TOP
With the largest month's and years' business in our history is the order, and we have already taken the first line of trenches, with every
day's busincss a record breahing day.
c;n't make the fatal mistake to think you can buy goods cheaper in January than we are selling them today. Some lines of goods
are being clcsed out every day, and each new purchase means higher, higher prices. The prudent economical man will invest some of his
extra cotton money in wool or cotton goods that he will need next year. Never again will you make such big dividends as by buying now.
Later, goods will be both inferior and higher, snd some not on the market at any price.
Buy Something Useful for Christmas
See the following list and come, let us serve you early while the stocks are not broken:
Christmas Handkerchiefs Furs Furs
What could be more appropriate than Handkerchiefs for any member of Why not a good set of Furs for mother, wife or
the family? 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50 and. . .-----.-._. --.._.--o
Wool Blankets Knox Hats
Nothing more acceptable than a good pair of Blankets. Our supply is ------ ---- ----$.
limited and we cannot get more now. See them at. . $3.50, $5.00, $6.00 Bon
and - $7.50 Chear Hats
Sale of Ladies' Fine Shoes Sale of Men's and Boys'
This season's best styles closed out by a large manufacturer in New York Just in by express, at a saving of $2.50 to $
short lots closed out by a large manufacturer-a-wol uewrtdsis
---practically all sizes---at a saving of 50 cents to $1.50 per pair. You may not be able to buy one next year even
One lot all-wool pure worsted Suits, worth today 3.0 t.- -$49
One lot black kid boots, grey tops, $6.50 $4.99 One lot all-wool pure worsted Suits, worth today5
One lot two-tone grey, $5.00 value 3.99 One lot Suits worth $22.00 to $22.50, at . 18.98
One lot all-kid boots, $4.50 value 3.49 Other cheaper suits, at
One lot all-kid boots, $5.00 value 3.99
One lot grey kid, cloth tops, $6.50 value. 4.99 One lot men's $15.00 Rain Coats at$
One lot brown kid, cloth tops, $6.50 value 4.99 Boys' Mackinaws, special, at . to
LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA .
from.. .. .. .. . ..........$5 .