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HE NEW F AM
The Youngest In Central City, But It Is Famous In
Ways Than Name.
Ever since it opened its doors it jumped so far in the lead there is no fear in it ever being over taken. The crowds
that have attended the Big Sale of H. MILLER'S STOCK have at times taken the capacity of the building to
hold them, and the big force of clerks to wait on them; but it has been a good ha tared crowd; all glad to get the
bargains for so much less than anyplace else. It is amusing to hear the remarks of the crowd. One frequently
hears one say: "I received your circular that you had bought H. Miller's stock of goods at 50c on the dollar and
would sell them the same way so I came to get a suit for 'myself, but I saw so many things so much cheaper than
anywhere else, I just spent all the money I had and am coming back and bring the wife to get a dress for her
self and shoes and other things for the family." It has been a surprise how far, some have come; one family
came from Leitchfield, bought a bill of goods, went home and sent one of the boys the next day to get a suit of
clothes and other things. We want you to know this is a big sale and these things are going fast, so make your
arrangements to come before it is too late. In order to give all a chance before the stock is closed out, we have
J'icided, in as much as our new stock is arriving, to put it in the sale not at 50c on the . dollar, but to cut our
profit 50 per cent and continue the sale a few days longer.
Big Sensational Bargains At The New Famous Store!
One of the big items in this stock is Shoes 3,000 pairs to pick from; all sizes and kinds. Think of
Nettleton's, Crossett's, Ladies' Red Cross and other fine makes: Miller's price $15.50, sale price $7.95.
Children's Shoes 48c up. Ladies' Shoes 98c up. Ladies' and Men's good serviceable Shoes, a little shelf
worn, or slightly out of style going at a song.
Ladies' White Hose, 25c values, at 5c. Hoosier Cotton 9c, and everything going at about 50c or less on
the dollar. . '
If you have not attended this big sale, we advise you to do so, as this stock was bought at about 50c on the
Dollar, and we are selling it the same way. Even though you do not buy anything you have a chance at the
presents we give away each day, and if you buy as much as a $25.00 bill we will pay your railroad. fare hoh
ways up to 20 miles.
We Give a Few Prices Below. Space Forbids Us Giving More:
1 Special Lot
Men's Dress Shirts
With and without collars. Sale price
'The Live Mo'lel Coreet. Oue lot to go at
Dresses, Coats and Suits,
Values up to 75.O0. Sale price
1 Special Lot
Men's and Boys' Caps,
Special Lot worth up to $2.50. Sale price
Suits to Suit Every Man.
$8.98. and, Up.
Come and see for yourself.
One Special Lot', 1 Ql .
Sale price . . 12
Giughamo, worth 80c yard, sale price 17o yard.
."Ginghams, worth 45o yard. Bale price 4c yard.
1 Special Lot
Ladies' White Hose,
Sale price 5c per pair.
Children's Pumps, 48c. ,
Table No. 1. 1 Jot to co at 9ftr
1 lot to go at $1.48
1 lotto go at $1.98
Shoes worth up to SO AQ
$6.50, Bale price V.-
Worth $8, j $2.98
1 lot to go at $3.48
Table No. 2.
Table No. 3,
Table No. 5.
Table No. 6.
All tyw Materials; all fsizes, 38 to 56, $3.50 to $15.00
. values. Sale price V.
; $1.95 to $4.98
H. Miller's Stand
RUBENSTEIN BROS., Proprietors '
Sullivan & Sons, Louisville, Ky., Sales Manners
Central City, Ily.