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50 Cents in trade to first 25
people entering door..
25 Cents in trade to second
25 people entering door:
On November 3rd we dealt the first death blow to
high pri?es in a ten-day|sale starting on that date.
On December 14th We Will Deal the Second Death Blow
to "Old Man High Pri?e" in putting on anotheif sale more sweeping than the first one
Ending the 24th of December
We positively want the public to know that our' first sale was a splendid succcess, but due to the warm
weather during the first sale heavy ready-towear was not in demand; then again as cotton is still being sold
at a loss by those who have to sell in order to buy th?ir winter needs, and if they are not helped out in buy
ing their winter clothing they will not have much tpvbuy Christmas goods with. Now, we are in the same
boat, and when the farmers lose we lose-in other words we serve the public. We are doing all in our power
to help the people enjoy a merry Christmas ty saving, them on their dry good?, in order that they will have
money %o spend on other things.
Please bear in mind that we are-not alarmed at the present depression of things in general, for we realize there are plenty of food supplies in the
country that we did not have at other times. . .
With each cash purchase of $5.00, or a multiple thereof, you will recpive a ticket which entitles you to a chance on
the prizes given here to be drawn on December 24th at 3:00 P. M. To win holder must be present.
First Prize-Ladies' $50 Silvertone Cloak
Second Prize - $11.50 Ingersoll Watch
Third Prize-$9.50 Pair of Shoes
On Knit Caps, Ties, Sweaters, Hosiery* Tow
els, Hand Bags, Pocket Books, Bath Robes, Rib
bons, Kimonas, Braids, Laces, Bird's Eye, Cor
sets. Also Jewelry, Cut Glass, China and Crock
TWENTY PEE CENT OFF
On Handkerchiefs, Doilies, Dolls, Crochet
Silk, Notions, Pins, Buttons, Fasteners, Hooks
and Eyes. N -
Come and mingle with the happy crowds.
You don't have to buy, we will be glad to have
We don't have to mention prices for the .peo
ple to compare and judge us by. They know us,
know the goods, know we tell the truth.
15-Minute Auction Sale
Be- sure and visit the store every
day of the sale, for at 10:45 A.
M. to 11:00 A. M. we will hold an
auction sale on articles selected
from different departments from
all over the store. This is a chance
to get what you want at your
own price, for you name the price
H ALF PEICE
?On all Gloves, Children's and Ladies' Hats,
Children's Ribbed Underwear, Children's and
Ladies Muslin Underwear, Cloaks, Skirts, Suits
and Dresses, House Dresses and Aprons.
HALF PEICE ~
On all Men's Shoes. All Ladies' Shoes above
and including $1 LOO to be closed out at ONE
HALF PRICE. All other Shoes at ONE-THIRD
On Cut Goods, Ginghams, Percales, Madras,
Cretonnes, Cotton Flannel, Flanellette, Serges,
Satins, Taffeta, Georgette Crepe, Crepe-de
Chine, Bed Ticking, Sea Island, Bleaching, Cal
ico, Damask, Crochet Cotton and Thread and
It is the Customer we strive to please. We
don't want his mc ney and never see him again.
That is not business. Real business is built on
Pleasing the Customer!
We only ask of you to please remember that we open the door at 9:00 A. M. sharp during sale. No goods charged at sale prices. No approval of over twenty-four
hours positively. If kept over that time will charge at regular price. No cash refunds made. Exchanges will be made cheerfully. Please do not ask for any other terms
than those stated above. Clerks have no other instructions than those stated.
We advertise the truth. Truth made our other sales a success, truth will make this sale a success
OUR MOTTO: TRUTH AND FAIR PLAY, LIVE AND LET LIVE