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The Laurens advertiser. (Laurens, S.C.) 1885-1973, September 21, 1921, Image 10

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The Pnce of Cotton Has Jumped E --
60 Per Cent in Five Weeks Fe_ av A OU
Nev.e~r Beforee Have 1 f
Housewives! This is Startling News!! 3 Wd%
We Resorted To
On Angust I the price of raw cotton on the New York
stock exchange was about 12c a pound. As this is being Lzve Aay Free!
wL~tten the price is 60 per cent above what it was about
five weeks ago, and it is still advancing in price. With this
years crop less than half as large as last year the price is -y This is the most darin;, for
.b:>und to go up higher and higher. This store has been t t I,
buying cottor goods for months, and in certain items we staged in Laurens. SCsm.EE
are trying to get more. ,,wwilanyoaort
ar tyigx Supre-.1rae Lest and go the limit in "Dare Daring" price eutosi re ocos 1 ikt u il h
Now, to the Housewives of Laure and Vhalf tineir presen Stock in 10 days of whirlwindVthinity,
as Business Managers of Your Homes,
We Say. This--- chance of 1921
~ Every cotton article which will be needed in your house should
be bought now. Buy ahead. Buy f r months to come. Our ta- a-t all ther is t
bles and counter, are loaded with cotton gocds bought before the A
advance. Don't fail to attend this sensational sale and gct ycur
share of these wonderfuc savings.o
shareof tese wnderul saings
30,00 INOLVE
Hundreds of Items Not w - Store Closed oionday and
Listed in This Big Ad WeMR. SWITZER'S STATEMENT THE MAN IN CHARGE SPEAKS Tues.,Sept. 9-20 to Get
We are not going to bore you with needless details as to why we have My business here is to sell $15,000 worth of merchandise for Switzer
Will Be Found iR This taken these strong arm methods in putting on this great saie. We will tell Co, in the next ten days. Mr. Switzer tells you straight from the shoulder Ready fur the G test
you that we must raise $15.000 in the next ten days, and have signed an why I am here, I have been given free reign to make the prices in order
G'at Sale at This Store. iron-clad contract with Mr. A. E. Skelton of Minifeapolis, Minn., who is to raise this large amount of money in such a short length of time. I am Sale Ever Held in This
,* known from coast to coastas a Merchndise Wizard. He is now in cornm-- her. sell the goods and "SELL THEM I WILL." I will use no senti
Chance plete charge of the store. What he says from now on goes. Were!I.hav. given them.m,..ra I wold..ia d. my.wrd ismy Par of4 e .ae.

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