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SK IN A RD'S
ANNUAL CUT PRICE SALE
Winter buits I
H as just been inaugurated, and will as usual after the holiday season, have a lot of rare bargains to offer Clothing Buyers.
The public is well acquainted already with what they can expect at this Annual Trade Event, and many wait until then to buy.
We shall smash dollars into cents in this sale in order to clear out the stock before spring---which is our main purpose.
COUNTER NO. 1. COUNTER NO. 2. COUNTER NO. 3.
$15.0 SUITSilsStsX6 FRS
$900 for k~Jo'4 $1050 for )7 o $65 FOo())tP
$9 5 $12.50 $80o
All Boys' $2.50 School Snits for $1.50, and $3.50 Silts for $2.
Come in time and take your choice. You will observe that we are not advertising an "At Cost" sale, and do not wish you to
be deceived. It is easy to see that we are obliged to sell many of these Suits way below cost when we make thie above prices.
.-L. Kinad2" AINSTREW[..
olesale New Warehouse,
WholsaleOffice arid Sample Room
Headquarters ! 1806 Main street.
Wrapping, Printing, e-Cough
FPf FOR Writing, Toilet,
All Purposes, Cure..
Paper Bags, Stationery and mI es Coho
i CM.For Old and Yong
-o- #. N'PRICE: 25cBOTE
Our business is to furnish Dealers and Printers and Mills and Factcries with If your druggist doesn't keep
the Paper and Paper Goods they use. No farther reason for them to send North, Send 30c in and it will
East. South or West, as we areahere to supply them at COMPETITIVE PRICES. ' M
We have goods to interest every'Cmerchant. TRY IT AND QUITC
The Dry Goods and Clothing man can get frcm us his Wrapping Paper (in
rolls and sheets, plain and printed), shirt and hat bags, suit and hat boxes, -etc. Headaches s m es
The Grocer his paper or cloth flour sacks his paper bags, any variety, butter Occasoioally, IIoc in Stamps wil bring
dishes, paper and twine. For the Drugg:st we have white and colored wrapping you a package
papers, fancy twines and toilet soaps. For butchers we have waterproof wrapping
paper and oyster pails. For the B2ker and Confectioner and Fruiterer we have
bags, paper, twines and chewing gum; hat bags and. hat boxes for the Milliner; O a, O a, h eadache
light and heavy wrappings and baling rope for the cotton mill and the furniture
factory, whi!e the Stationer can get from us his papeteries, tablets, envelopes, inks,
pens, pencils and typewriting supplies at prices tLat will be a revelation to some. a e e P o e "e -
S(Oa. "):. is hat you say wher it does hurt had)
By return mail and they Cure Quick.
COL UMBIA Try them, You will be delighted.
PAP RManufactured Oniy by
PA PE R COM PA NY "'""''0
W. C. MCMILLAN,
No Goods at RetaiL
Druggist. L HSD
1806 Main Street. Columbia, South Carolina. Co'urbiD, south Carolina.