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Edgefield advertiser. (Edgefield, S.C.) 1836-current, December 16, 1914, Image 6

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Has inaugurated the greatest merchandising event of 1914. Not only
have we inaugurated the greatest opportunity to make your dollar do
double^ we advertised, We convinced, we have sold way beyond our ex
pectations, and yet we have much left. Think of it! The Corner Store's
stock of ubout $18,000 worth of splendid merchandise to go at prices that
will Stagger competition. We name a few items to point the way. Read
every line of this advertisement, then profit by it as others have.
10 pairs of Evening Slippers in pink, blue and white at 98c.
20 pairs of Children's Shoes to go at 25c. a pair.
20 pairs of Misses' Shoes to go at 50c. a pair.
50 pairs of Ladies' Shoes to go at 75c. a pair.
50 pairs of Ladies' and Misses' Shoes to go at 98c. a pair.
50 pairs of Ladies' and Misses' Siloes to go at $1.00 a pair.
15 yards 36-inch best grade Sea Island for $1.00, # 30 yards 36-mch Sheeting for
Pretty Fresh Crisp, all the best known brands, go in this sale at
7 3-4 cents the yard
Poplin.^ Reps, Ratines and Suitings, all to go at
16 1-2 cents the yard E
27-inch Seco Silks to go at - 13 1-2 cents the yard
36-inch Messaline Silks to go at - 79 cents the yard
Several odd lines of Fancy Silks, worth up to $1.25 a
yard, to go at 79 cents the yard
Ladies' Seamless Hose, black only, to go at 8c. a pair
Children's School Hose, black only, to go at 10c. a pair
Ladies' Seamless Lisle Thread, black only, to go at
19 cents the pair
Towels, Table Linens and Napkins all Come in at Reduced Prices
$7.98 buys a
4.98 buys a
$12.00 Cloak
10.00 Cloak
$3.98 buys a
buys a nice Child's Cloak
Only a few left, but they go at about half their usual price
The truth is, we are simply up against it and need money, and wish to impress the fact that we will
never be undersold, no matter now others price you wiT find our prices lower. The sale is to continue until
we clean up, pay up, and start life anew. Come early, bring the cash, and get the pick, for we simply
mean to clean out, and feel that the buying public know that as it is so near Christmas they will be more
benefitted by this slaughter of seasonable merchandise. Of course we can't charge at the sale prices; all
charges will be made at the regular prices. No goods on approval at the sale price, but your money bac*<; if
the items purchased is not as you expected. Come in, look things over, and if you purchase, do so feeling
that you are with home folks and not strangers.
W. H. Turner, Proprietor
Edgefield, South Carolina

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