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Another Special Sale for E
SATURDAY, APRIL 8th, 1905. |
This sale shall be one of the greatest ever offered in this section. A sale that will do credit to the |
largest department stores in the great cities. It shall be a success both as to the crowd it will attract to my I
store and the amount of merchandise it will move. Everything will be sold as advertised, and POSITIVELY j
no goods will be charged at the OUT PRICE. j& I will prepare for the rush by putting on an extra force of I
experienced sales people. So visit my store and avail yourself of the many rare bargains. There will be no I
trouble about you being waited on, as I will have ample force to serve the crowd in a business-like way. I
Embroidery and Dress Goods.
Just received a tremendous lot of Embroidery, worth 15, 20 and 25o. ; all
goes on a table to go at 5 and 10e. por yard.
About one hundred pieces of all Taffeta Silk Ribbon, in all shades,
widths 22, 40 and 00, uot a piece worth less than 15c, for Saturday's Speoial
About two hundred pieces Taffeta and Satin, worth from 10 to 15c, to go
in this sale at only 8o.
Extraordinary SpeciaL^Satnrday Only.
Vory fluo quality Figured Lawns, White Goods, Dimitios, Piques and
Ginghams. Good values for 12|, 15 and 20c. ; as much as you want for only 10c
Rig lot of Lataska Voiles, fino quality, in all shades-black, tan, gray,
brown, blue, otc., worth 20 and 25c, for Saturday only at 12io.
Groat array of Whito Goods, in all tho new thiugs, from 15 to 50c
A beautiful assortmont of very lino quality Eolienue iu all shades-black,
whito, brown, pink and blue-worth 85 to 50c. por yard; for Saturday's Spe
cial only '25c
Linen Lawns from 25 to 75c per yard.
Roautiful array of Silks, full yard wldo, warranted to wear.
Taffeta, in all shades, blaok, blue, tan, green, etc., at only $l8c.
27-inoh very lino quality China Silk, in nil shades, at only 49c
Irradoscont Silks, for shirt waists, at only 40c
Bargains in Clothing, Hats, Shirts.
Have just received a beautiful line of Men's Summer and Spring Suits
direot from the factory. For Saturday only, I will place
All $18 suits at.$15 00
All $15 suits at.$12 00
All $12,50 suits at. $10 00 '
A sorap pile of Boys' Suits, from 8 to 10 years, to close out from 85o.
to $2.50. Some extra bargaina in this lot.
About 200 Men's Hats that formerly sold from $1 to $2, all on ono table
at only 50c A obanco of a life time.
About 100 Boys' and Children's Caps to go in this sale at ouly 10c
I will place ou the counter for Saturday's salo tho greatest line of Men's
Shirts ever shown in Oconeo county. Buying the Shirts direot from the fac
tory and in largo quantities, I can offer you tho best values and styles at 48 to
08c On this oountor I will put the greatest values in Mon's 25 and 50c Under
shirts and Drawers.
Have just reooived a tremendous shipment of Mon's and Boys' Straw
Hats from 10 to 50c
Big lot of Cottonados that sold for 15 and 20c. per yard, to close out at only
12ic This ?B something good for men's and boys' work pants and get what you
want at only 12*0. per yard.
At 10 o'clock I will place on the Bargain
Counter 500 yarda of vory good quality yard
wido Bleaching, 10 yards for 26c. Only one
salo to the customer.
Suits for Men and Children
Table No. 1-The scrap pile will have about 50
men's suits to go at $2.50.
Table No. 2-Will contain about 100 meu'B suits,
sizes from 84 to 44, that formerly sold from $7.50 to $10,
your dioico only $-1.75. This is a obance to got you a
good suit for less than it cost to manufacture it.
Table No. 3-About 150 mon's snits, sizes from 34
to 44, that sold from $10 to $15, your choice $7.50.
Shoes and Oxfords.
Extra Specials in Ladies' Oxfords and Shoos.
All $1.75 Oxfords, tho host valuos and styles, in
black and tan, to go at $1.50.
All $2.50 Oxfords, in black and tan and pntont, at
Ask to soo my $3 and $8.50 line.
About 200 pairs of Ladies' and Misses' Oxfords and
Shoes in odds and ends that formerly sold for $1 and $2,
to go on Bargain Countor at 50o.
Anything imaginablo in Mis?e?' and Children's
Shoos and Oxfords at prices that can't bo beat, quality
At 12 o'olock I will place on salo four lots
of Tallie Damask.
Lot No. 1-50 yards, very wido, splendid
value, for $1 per yard, (not over throo yards
to tho customer), at 75c. por yard.
Lot No. 2-50 yards, good valuo for 75c.
per yard, (not over three yards to tho cus
tomer,) at 50o. per yard.
Lot No. 3-50 yards of OOo. Damask at 85c.
per yard ; three yards to the customer.
Lot No. 4-100 yards good grade red and
white Damask, worth 35 and 40c. per yard, at
only 25o. per yard.
Lot of Napkins and Doilies to go in this sale.
At 1 o'olock I will place on Bargain Coun
ter about600 yards of splendid quality Fig
ured Lawn. This lot sells for strictly 10c. ; 10
yards for 50o. Ono salo to tho customer.
Eic en O'clock.
500 Ladies* Bleached Gauze Vost? at 4
cents. Bettor qualities at 10, 15 and 25o.
About 25 Ladios1 Ready-Mado Waists,
worth 50c., but slightly shopworn, to go
at only 15o.
Ladies' Beady-Made Skirts.-I will
plaoo on sale Saturday about two hundred Beady-Made Skirts. This lot was bought to
sell for $1.25 to $7.50; Saturday's price will be from 08o. to $5.50.
At ll o'olock I will place on Bargain Coun
ter about 600 yards of Checked Apron Ging
hams, 5 yards for 15o. Only one sale to the
For the Ladies.
Cooking Stoves from $8.50 to $40.
Groceries, Crockery and Hardware.
Remember the day,
SATURDAY, APRIL 8TH.
Always trade at Anderson's and Get Bargains.
Tho Furnituro Department is chook full and at
tho right prices for Saturday. I will offer
A $100 suit for $(15 cash, or $75 on time.
A $75 suit for $57.50 cash, or $66 on timo.
A $55 suit for $42.50 cash, or $60 on timo.
A full stock of snits from $15 up.
Hat Rooks, Lounges, Tables, Iron Beds, Oak
Beds, Poplar Bods, Dressers, Dining Tables, Chairs,
Bookers, Springs and Mattresses.
The Old Reliable New Home Sew
ing Machines in all Grades.
SENECA. RUSKIN ANDERSON, SENECA