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N E,AV i Tv El
We Have, During the
There has been no back
wardness in our buying and
wherever there was a bar
gain to be had it was bought,
and by the time the entire
has been placed in
it will, beyond the shadow of
a doubt, eclipse any previous
effort in the mercantile arena
In upper Carolina. What is
found on our counters is high
grade, strictly first class.
A Powei' of Valtre Giivinig!
It's not so much what we:
Tsay that is responsible for the
business this store is doing,
'but what we do is up to date.
'Al our energies an d endeav
ors are bent towards making
this store the very best in
~ outh Carolina. The story
of success is written all over
tore; it's evident any way
yo fr in the right man
agement, t1o .e right goods and
the right pricig. The old anti-1
WHERE THE RICI
Past Week, Received (
quated ideaof small sales andc
large profit is buriec beneath
our modern policy of large
sales and small profit. The
coming feature of our fall
business lies inthree majestic
HEAPER THAN EVER!
While in New York I ran
across a big lot of Millinery
which I bought at less thai
50c. on the dollar. Don't buy
yuor hats until you see our
line. Miss Ella O'Rourke, oJ
Baltimore, has arrived and
taken charge of our
She is the young lady I had
last season. She is the besti
Milliner that ever came do(iwn
South. When you want~ a~
Hat or Bonnet Come to
Thousands of dollars worth
of New Dress Goods andc Silks.
I AND THE POOH
res in Newerrycm
rinec Nee a hr
beds by t.o Cgo Loac
C~D Show /um edrs
aa -ttl money.
ne NTevor was there a
u emae t an g osfr
000 dozen Misses and ofl
,.I -en3s Stcig,the entire
,--'ock oT a ie illi t ha t n eecl
rnA oney. Th V.e IloL wa le,
1. t we mad the an ofe
tis entire lot at fully half
their value-8B, 10 and 12 I-.2c.
S9GC dollars worth of Irish Linen Da
mask from Belfast in rnill ends. 2 1-2
o. 3 1 -2 yards long. Shipped~ direc to
us. Worth 75 cts. and $ 1.00 per yard.
Whbile they last they are youirs at 49 c.
100 pieces Jno. P. King, se sln
enly 5 cts. per yard. ~~e sad
ALL STAND ON TH
A r. X!AI
L, and StiL They Come!
1 0pecos Outing for this sale, 7 1 -2,
3 l-o and 10 cents per yard.
2(K0 piec2's Jeans: for Men's and Bos
1Pants i 5, 1 9 and 25 cts. per yard.
iOO0 pices Shirting and Calicoes. As
long~ as they last at 3 1~-2 cts. per yard.
2.00 piOces Calicoes, dress styles indigo
blue, etc. at 5 cts. per yard.
200 pieces, 36 inches, Bleach Cloth
in g. As long as they last at 4 l -2, 6 1-2
and 3 1-S cis
50 pieces Dress Ginghams. As long
as they last at 8 1-3 cts. per yard.
100 pieces; Apron Ginghams for this
salo ot 4 i.-.2 ets. per yard.
Jackets, C ate ad L-adies'
One to I usa5nd dollars worth to arrive in
tho neoxt Kw. days.
One sid. of my store, one hundred
feot ,ln packed and jammed with
Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes
direct from the best rnanufacturers in
America. I handle the celebrated Ham
ilton-Brown'! Shoe, the best in the world
for the i;oney, also Drew, Selby & Co.'s
Lad ios V-in Shoes, none better, Lewis
A. Croset's Men's Fine Shoes--$3.OO
and $3.50, as good as any man's $5.00
T hoe. When you want an Lup-to-date
anid honest pair of Shoes come to
E SAME FOOTING.