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BY W. Wi & w. R BRADLEY. ABBEVILLE, 8. 0., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1906. ESTABLISHED 18^
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Boys' SnH and Overcoats.
All fresh goods and; pretty tfe^
signs, In siies up' 17. In price from $2 to $6 to
B . close during Jam^^Rom $1.50 to $4.
One lot small si ^Ha suits to .close at half price.
A splendid astro? ^Ht of boys overcoats to select
from, saving you c^^Jj-purchase 33 1-3 per eeut.
I Mett Clothing. ,
All our black suLa^HSranite, Cheviots. etc-, sold
formerly at $15 * Hp 18, yours to select from for
Each and every suflB have been selllog all past
Fall for $12.50 we ha^Ht price to $10.
75 Suits of Fancy vHtedB, tailored by best Manufu>lnrAr*
In th? world^H wild from ftl5 to 118. we.
offer during this monflft remarkably low price of
100 Suit* Worsted, patterns, Salt and Pepper,
Greys, etc., all new unHdate styles. Sold every*
where for $12 50, youi^Honly $9.
? The very best valueg^Ruits to be bad froui $4.60
W to $7.50. You will finJ^Bijy pretty patterns In this
A line and sopfte rare bai^Hs. v
W 200 Coat* and Vests (^Bf suits, sol# for $12.50 to
^ $20, yoiurchoroid uring^Buary for only $3.50.
^ Oneamall to* <X BlacHkt-away coats and vests out
? of $15 and $20 sot ts for^H25. We have only small
^ sizea !n tbls lot. nothioj^fcr size 36.
Q One lot Coats and Ve^from $10 suits for $3.
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300 Pairs Men's fine pants in nc" patterns, all sizes,
a chance foryou to buy yourself a pair trousers for;
25 per cent discount
20 Doz. nice Kersey sants Just received from factory,
a good value for $2. We are going to sell these
pants for only $1.25 per pair.
In view of the unusually high price just now of
Woolen GoodB, you will find prices we have quoted
you on clothing and of all woolen goods to be unheard
of and unapproachable by any clothing house
. not having anticipated the present high markets.
1 Lot Overcoats, sizes 34 and 35, a good value for
$10 to $15, January price $7.50
One lot all sizes, Overcoats sold for $7,50 cut down
to $4.50 ;
1 Lot Irish Frieze Ulsters, sizes 38 to 44, regular
price $18 to close for $12.
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in oar line 01 uverooais, we nave a hluuu iui> ui
small siWB, some slightly shop worn, sold usually for
$8 to $10, we are going to sell for $4.
A fine assortment of Cravenett Overcoats to select
from at a savings to you of 26 per oent.
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All our Ladles and Gents heavy fleeced ootton underwear,
sold every where for 60 oents a garment and
cheap at that, to close at 40 centa garment.
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All patterns colors, etc., In beet heavy 10c Ootlng
to close for 7 l-2c. The same In 7 l-2o Outing marked
down to 6c. . Entire
stock of half hose, the make of some of best
hosiery mills in the country. All the 25c socks,marked
down to 18c.
Big lot men's and boys' caps marked daring this
gale 50c sold every where for 76c and $1. The beet
selection of 25c csds to be found.
Oar $1 Men's fine shirts for 75c. A new stock of
these goods and as good as you can poeaibly boy for
$1 Remember tbe price, only 75 oenta.
All the 50c shirts and good values for 50c to 90c for
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prices are good on]
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We are better prepared now to give yon good, val- \ * .
ace in shoes than eve; before. We ordered all oar
Fall and Winter goods to be made dp solid and paid . " >.
extra for all tbis, bnt'oharge yoa no more. We bad
ratber give yon honest shoes at'a little profit than to
give you dishonest shoes at a big profit. We want
your , trade now in shoes, ahd we want it always,
and will get it irrair dealing nas any wing w oo wuu
We wish to eall your attention to the lines, we carry,
t h Lb is a sufficient guarantee of good faitb.
In Men's we sell the old and tried Hannan's $5 and
$8 goods, the kind that hold their shape to the end. t
E. T. right's and Crawford's famous $3.50 and |4
goods, of which none are better. '
James Means' $3 line in vlcl, box calf and velours,
Endioott Johnson's $2.50 goods. +
Krippendorf Dittmann ladies' fine shoes, the '
acme of perfec ionand elegance in style and finish 1 * ;
and the most durable. a, '
Wolfe Bro's., medium priced women's and child- 1 ^ '
ren's solid leather shoes that cost no more than out off ^ \ *
vamps and paper counters. We carry a big line or 0
Wolfe's goods and guarantee they are absolutely solid \
2,000 Pounds fancy Bio coffee at 8 lbs for $1. w ''
1,000 Poonds choice Rio coffee dibs for $1.
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