flr Thanksgiving Nov. 25
Deliverance From War and the
Desolation of War
BrHHRSi Forges alight—factories, mills and railroads alive with a new activity—everywhere the hum of industry resounding—
confidence restored —growing bank balances—well filled larders—good crop yields—families gathering about the lnanks
m giving board with the sunlight of prosperity beaming in—good health, fine weather, new courage and hope. Have we
not abundant cause for gratitude and thanksgiving—the 25th —every one ot us in this happy, thriving community ot ours;
We say "y es - M an( * announce a sa^e of
/ MHLsi MILLINERY, SUITS, COATS, SKIRTS, WAISTS
At prices that every one can afford to dress up for this occasion and observe it in a fitting way. The following telegrams
NEWCOMB CARLTON, Pres.
GKO. W. E. ATKINS, Vice Pres. BELVIDERE BROOKS, Vice Pres.
7 An 12 Paid
Atlanta, Ga., 943 A Nov. 15, 1915.
R. N. Etheridge,
Leaving noon New York. If need anything
wire night letter care New Strand.
W. H. Higgins
Through the kindness of Mr. Higgins, a friend of the firm, and a former resident of Jackson, we have access to both St. Louis and
New York markets on his recent buying trip to these cities and in this sale our goods and prices tell the results.
f5 71 New
. , : COAT SUITS
:I' • / - A : : M M THE TALK OF THE TOWN
I. -H-1. By express we have exactly 71
new Suits representing every
P Color, Material, Style and Size.
They come at a time whey will
be most welcome and from a man
ufacturer who wanted to
turn them into cash quick and
we had a man on the spot who
knew his business. They are
here to show for themselves.
Don’t take our word for it. Come
see. compare, find fault, criticise,
examine the linings, the make,
rub the goods, try them on. $12,-
50 is cheapest suit among them.
• They run as high as $25.00. We
are able to offer them in this sale
if you will come first at $7.75,
$8.50, $9.75 and $12.50 that are
worth double what we ask. You
mav have been waiting, looking for a sale of this kind. If so, now is your time.
This is no catch penny or fly by night scheme. It’s a real, important bargain
event and should not be classed with the ordinary clap trap, blood and thunder
advertisement. It is backed up by the goods as proof. Remember New $7.75,
$8,50, $9.75 and $12.50, worth double.
P. S. Old style last season all wool satin lined Suits $4.50
BIG SALE OF COATS
djpfc The racks are full of Coats ,
for every body at every price. |r
Infants, Childrens, 1 jgj
elireili Ladies, Misses WsSlfe
The prices at SI.OO and
U This weather suggests them.
m We are cutting the prices all to
9 pieces. No two coats alike in . JipKj|j!|\
I color and style except blacks.
We have an exclusive line. No .
trouble to show goods here.
We want you to come see and /
try them on. Tell your friends *
and neighbors about this SALE FOR FHANKSGI\ ING.
THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY
25,000 offices in America Cable service to all the world
THEO. N. VAIL, President BELVIDERE BROOKS, Gen. Mgr.
St. Louis, Mo., 11-10, 1915.
To R. N. Etheridge,
Received your letter care of Marquette
Hotel today enclosing memorandum of goods you
wished me to purchase while here and ship by
ex. tonight. Am pleased to wire that same has
been executed to the best of my ability and
trust there will be no delay and you will have
fine success with them. Sorry you could not
join me as usual on this trip. You will be
able to sell Suits, Coats and Millinery now
that will make your trade sit up and take no
tice, as I will Atlanta.
W. H. Higgins
“i Waists and Skirts *£
v j We have new Waists to
come in every week.
S y | You can see here an
m $ entirely new lot. We I
I fc g'etthe new styles as /if 1
itl r fast as they come out [At* \
Ilf / \l\ to New York. Our
flfjH // \|i Skirt sales are far be
/s|jji7| yond our expectations. |Y
|| i/1 11 The prices of $1.98 and $2.98 for new all Wool Skirts, they have
I 1 If / Sim caused a stir and a lot of talk. Every garment is depen
f I wM dable and worth a great deal more than what we ask but
Ij I |il if '3 this is our way of doing it
/' V\ When we say bargains
V it’s that way.
200 Trimmed Hats
Values up to $5.00 each
We have decided to close them out at once while people
yl. r, J} want hats. Time is getting short and its better for us to
W\ \) sell them now than to carry them over. This is your op
portunity to pick up a hat'at 89c that formerly would have
\ . cost you $3.00 to Jo.oo. You have no reason to wait longer.
. Get them while stocks are full. What few high priced pat
'tern hats we ha(l left are also reduced. It will pay you to
' Hr /j investigate this sale..
/Wm 50c Choice
/ /' 250 shapes, embracing every good style, satin, soft crown
MUmBIiiIMMI ai } d floppy brim velvets. Felts. also sailors and Ready-to-
UHHHmjp Wear Ladies, Misses and Children. Home of them' are
W ffi worth as much as $3.50 and J 4.00, none less than SI.OO. This
is a late purchase. A FACTORY CLOSE OUT at prices
which enable us to sell you Millinery at less than half
price. You can pick up bargains here like peas-in a pod.. If you want a hat we insist on you
coming before the 25. We can build a hat of any kind, at any price, at any time, for anybody.
Shape only 50c.
SMITH & COMPANY
Old Reliable New York Store