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BIG BANKRUPT SALE.
A $16,562.25 stock purchased from the receivers of Jos. Kline, of St. Michaels, Maryland, bankrupt,
by The American Cash Purchasing Co. and placed on sale at 33 1-3 per cent of its actual invoice value
Sale Starts Wednesday, Oct. 4, at 9.30 O'clock a. m.
DURING THE FIRST FOUR DAI
WE WILL SELL GROCERII
SHOW WINDOWS AT L:
THE WHOLESALE I
We have numbered .our four big
1, No. 2, No. 3, and No. 4 and ha'
with Staple Groceries which we a
Window No. 1 Contains Gran
On Wednesday, Oct. 4th, from 9.f
as it lasts we will sell granulated
This is the best American Refine
at all groceries at 8c. and getting
The limit is five pounds to a custi
Window No. 2 Contains Qi
Thursday, Oct. 5th, from 9.30 a
lasts we will sell Quaker Oats at pi
These are fresh, full size packa
12 1-2 c. Limit 1 package to a ci
Window No. 3 Contains Canx
Friday, Oct. 6th, from 9.30 a. m
last we will sell Standard Brand 7
Sell elsewhere for 12 1-2c. Limit 1
Window No. 4 Contains of
Saturday, Oct. 6th, from 9.30 a.
lasts we will sell Octagon Soap at
Limit 4 cakes to a customer.
the right change. None of the ab
ren. No telephone orders filled.
25 Experienced Salesmen
25 Experienced Salesladies
25 Boys and Girls between the
EXTRA SPECIAL NO. 1.
From 9.30 to 11.30 a. m., Wednesday,
24-inch Red Star Birdeye, medicated
and absorbent, put up in sealed pack
ages, sell at 98c. per bolt, our bank
rupt price .... .... .... .... ..69c.
Guaranteed under Pure Food and
EXTRA SPECIAL NO. 2.
From 9.30 to 11.30 a. mn., Wednesday,
79e. Table Linen for 49c.
72 inch Bleached Union Damask in
a large variety of pretty patterns,
worth 79c. per yard, bankrupt
Sprice .... .... ....'..--......----9c
EXTRA SPECIAL NO. 3.
From 9.30 to 11.30 a. mn., Wednesday,
. .. 10c. Bath Towels, 10c. .. ....
Large size Turkish Bath Towels
* with and without fringed ends, very
specially priced for this ale ......10c.
EXTRA SPECIAL N~O. 4.
'From 9.30 to 11.30 a. in., Wednesdag~,
Sc. Outing Flannel, 5c.
Comes in assorted light and dark
colorings, in stripes and checks, A
positivie Sc. quality, our bankrupt
price ...........--.... .- .c.
EXTRA SPECIAL. NO. 5.
From 9.30 to 11.30 a. mn.,' Wednesday,
75c. Children's Dresses, 48c.
From 2 to 14 years old, in Ging
hams, Suitings, and Flannelettes,
handsomely trimmed, 75c. value, our
bankrupt price .... .... ..... --48c
ES OF THIS SALE
S FRO-M OUR Cor
show windows No.
,e piled them high
ill sell as follows: A
0 a. m., for as long
sidgar at lb .. . 6C. A dive
i Sugar and retails most des
higher every day. handsom
)mer. ies of im
Laker Oats.- mestic f,
M., as long as it -
r package only,8c. New si
ges and retail for green, gi
istomer. Special a
as long as they Silk ar
omatoes at can 6e. and with
can to a customer color; si
agon Soap. - cloths. I
m., as long as it
2 cakes for....5e. Caraca
Be sure and have We have
ove sold to child- which w(
coat 30 a
ages of 11 and 15
All Wool Cashmere, all color
at 50c., for .... .... .... .... .
Mohairs and Panamas, sold fc
to be sold for.............
Mohairs, all colors, 50 inches
sold at 75c., to go for .... .
Taffeta Suiting, sold at $1.25,
in this sale for .... .... ....
Poplin, sold at 25 cents,
sold during this sale for-..
One lot of Calico, worth 7 ce:
go in this sale at .... .... ..
Feather Bed Ticking, sold I
cests, to go at .... .... ......
Outing Flannel and Flannelett<
for 15c., for .... .... .... ....
White India Linen, sold for 72
Ito be sold at .... .... .... ..
5000 yards fine Dress Ging
sold at 12 1-2c. yard, for ......
jWihite and Red All Wool Fl
sold for 35c., to go at... ....1
Chambry, all colors, sold fc
cents, to go at .... .... .... .
Skirting and Cheviots, sol<
12 1-2c. and 10c., for .... ......
LADIES' READT-TO-WEAR D
Ladies' All Wool Panama and
liantine Skirts, sold for $3.00 at
Ladies All Wool Batiste, Pa
and Voile Skirts with Button
mings, sold for $8.00 and $
for .... .... .... .....---.
Ladies' New St le Fall Suits,
for only $12.Q0 and $15.00 for .
Ladies' $18.00 Tailor Made Su
all wool Fabrics, in all colors for
250 Ladies' $25.00, $22.50 and
Man Tailored Suits in Newest
Styles, in Very best material, w
so,dat .... .... .... .....
150 Ladies' pure Silk Craven
sold from $25.00 down to $15.00,
in this sale at .... .... .... -
Ladies' Cloaks, color tan, blaci
grey, sold for $8.50, at .... ....
IL L. BU
rect Fail Fashion
In Women's A
Procession of Smart St
rsity of styles, fabrics and colorings that make an eaz
irable. Smart tailored Suits for traveling and street i
e and more elaborate styles With effective trimmings. Ma
ported models, others combine the features of both fore
tshions. Prices range
$15.00, $20.00, $25.00, $30.00, $35.00.
yles and materials in black and all best shades of b:
-ey, tan and coronation; serges, diagonal and Engli;
$15.00 and $17.50
Ld Wool. A collection of neatly trimmed and tailored u
out yoke, braid and embroidery styles with a touch of
:irts in medium and high waist line. Soft serges at
ror this sale.... .... .... ...... .... .... .... $15.00
$20.00 CARACAL COATS $9.98.
I coats are more in favor this season than at any time
fifty of these garments which we secured while in Nev
are going to offer you at a decided saving. They are
d lined throughout with Skinners satin. Our special p:
-Fine French broad cloth in black and all colors; pla
nd 32 inches long, guaranteed Skinner satin lined. N4
k and front. They sell on sight at .... .... .... ....
S-Ladies all wool Batiste, Panama and Voile Skirts 3
,s sold for $8.00 and $10.00, for .... .... .... .... ...
id $7.00 handsome Taffeta Silk Petticoats ..... ..
te Few Bankrupt Pi
Ladies Cloaks, sold for $10, at $4.47 ed E
5, sold Kimonos, sold for $1.50 at ......96c. T
...23e Ladies Sweaters, sold for $1.50, to
r75c., go at .... .... .... .... .... ....96C. Bl
.41c. MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING.
wide, Men's $6 to $10 Suits, at .. $2.76 go it
*89. Men's $25.00 Suits, made by Schloss Co
to go Bros., all wool material, for .... $11.74 Re
ill be Boys' Suits, 3 to 16 years, sold for 18c.,
94 $3 to $5 for .... .... .... ....$1.49 He
its, to Boys' Suits, from -$5.00 to $8.50, to sold
8 1-2c. go in this sale atl.... .... ....$2.69 Ta
or 18 300 Men's .Suits. sold from $12.00 to Na
S$15.00, to go at .... .... ..s . ..$3.4S go al
~, sold 475 Suits, sold for $8.00, $10.00 and
7 1-2c. $12.50, to go at... .... ......$4.78
cents 150 Cravenettes, all- sizes and colors, 20C
$1-2c. sold for $12.50, at .... .... ....$5.97 La
hams, Men's Hats, sold for $1.00, at . .48c. La
i 7-Sc. Men's $2.50 and $2.00 Hats, at .98c. to gc
nnel, Boys' and Men's Caps, sold for 50c. 10,
3-4c. and 35c., at .... .... .... ..... ..17c. Jat 25
r 10 Men's Ov'ercoats, sold for $7.50 to,
..5c. go at .... .... .... .... .... ..$3.338p
Ifor Men's Overcoats, sold fpr $12.00 to toet
3-4c. $15.00, for .... .... .... .... ..$5.98 toCh
One lot Men's .$1.00 Shirts ... . 29c. Co
EPT- Men's Underwear, sold at .50 cents, La~
Bril- to go in this sale at .... .... ...-1-c. Ful
.$1.48 SHOES AND OXFORDS' at .
nama One lot Ladies' and Misses Shoes, Lad
'rim- sold for $1.25 and $2.00, for ... .49c. to go
. 500 pairs Ladies' Shoes, sold for $1 Lad
sod to $1.50 for .... .... .... -...--69c. 100
$6.66 500 pairs Ladies' Fine Shoes, sold 150
~ nfor -$2.50, for .... .....-.-... .$1.39 500
$98 500 pairs Men's Shoes, in all leath- ends,
e2.0 rs and sizes, sold for $4.00 and $5.00 which
Falto go in this sale .... .... ....$2.46 on th<
11 be HOSIERY, GLOVES, HANDKER- 3
11.96 CHIEFS. Ver;
ettes, Men's and Ladies' Black and Tan ing P:
to go Hose, sold at 15c., for .... .... ..6c. eau, 1
$9.98 Ladies' 15c. and 20c. Seamless Black trimmi
:and Hose .... .... .... ..--........6c. choice
$3.48 Men's and Ladies' White Hemnstitch- straig
KUSTEIN, Manager, Newber
To every grown pers
the hour of 9.30 and I
e tober 4th will be given,,
ttlre. bered check. At 11.30
re. of thesechect, will b
and two numbers draw:
party holding the dupliq
Yles we ill give absolutely
W o1 Blankets; good
blanket that retails rej
ty holding the duplicati
-ly selction we will give absolutelb
year; also 27x54 inches, valued i
ny are cop- these presents, you do
gn and do- thing if you do not wis'
wh'en the drawing ta
number will be drawn.
;h tweeds, THIS SP.
Cut out this space a
- you and at any time du
it in cash for five per
purchase; but you mu
contrasting We positively will not
id novelty - less you bring this coul
heretofore. Our store will be clu
r York and day, September 30th, u
made. full at 9.30 a. m., four day
,ice .. $9.98 ing this immense BanJ
in tailored Bankrupt Prices.
.. ..$o0.00 RAROAD I
$4.47 Railroad fare for roui
five miles will be refu
or over on pfesentatio
.$3.98 road ticket agent.
.andkerchiefs, 5c. and 10c., f'r S.,
BLE LINENS AND NAPKINS - 200
ached Table Linen, sold for 50 Bleac
, for .... .... .... .... ....23c. price
lite Table Linen, sold for 79c., to
i this sale at .... .... ....39t.
tton Towels, for .. ....8c. From
ady-made Pillow 'Cases, sold for
at, each .... .... .... ......10c.
mstitched Pillow Cases, 42x36,
for 25c., at .... .... ....12 1-2c.. A s
ble Linen, sold for $1.25, at.. 79c. in a I
pkins, sold at $1.00 per dozen, to regula
,per dozen .... .... ......59e. rupt r
Comforts at... .... ......98c. From
ge Cotton Blankets, pair . .. .33c. ' -
'g Blankets, sold at $1.50 pair,
at .... .... .... .... ....89e- 50ci
12 and 15 cents Embroidery, sold with a
~., to go at .... .... ......41-4c* rupt p
YANKEE NOTIONS. --
ding Bros., Spool Silk, 50 yards
spool, at .... .... ......3 1-2c. From
ts Spool Cotton ....'.... ..de,
*ies' Hair Pins, per paper ... .2c. $1
Box Soap, 3 cakes to the box 10e 100
1 size Bed Spreads, sold for $1.25 mercem
. .... .... .... ......... 78c. ruffles,
ies' Ribbed Vests, sold for 35c., -
at .... .... .... .... ......18c.
ies' 50c. and 35c. Gloves, at 19c.. From
Lace Curtains at, per pair . .48c.
Lace Curtains at, per pair . 57c.
pairs Lace Curtains, odds and, 5000
1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 pairs of a kind, 40 in.
we are going to sefi for 25 cents rup p
yr latest New York shapes includ- From
ushes, Velvets, Velours Pmi plat
4ushrooms and Turban effects, 14
ed in many different ways, A pu
and dainty as if they had come chief, a
at from Paris. rupt pr
on entering our store between
0.30 Wednesaay morning, Oc
mn envelope containing a num
o'clock, same date, duplicates
e placed in a box, shaken up
i out by a little child. To the
mte of the first number drawn
free a pair of large 11-4 size
firm quality; soft finish-a:
;ulaxly for $5.00. To the par
of the second number drawn
free a rich Oriental rug size
Lt $2.50. In order to obtain
not have to buy one solitary.
i to but you must be on hand
kes place otherwise another
iCE IS MONEY
id bring it to our store with
ring this sale we will redeem
3ent. of any amount you may
have his coupon with you.
allow,his cash discount un
RE TO CLOSE.
sed from the night of Satur
atil Wednesday, October 4tth,
a, for the purpose of arrang
crupt Stock to go on sale at
1AEE REFUNDED. -
id trip, not exceeding twenty
ided all purchasers of $20.00
n of receipt from local rail
EXTRA SPECIAL NO. 6.
9.30 to 11.30 a. m., Wednesday,
10c. Bleaching, 7 1-2c.
pieces yard wide, soft finish
iing, worth 10 cents, bank'rupt
EXTRA SPECIAL No. 7..
9.30 to 11.30 a. M., Wednesday,
1-8c. Apron Ginghams, e,
andard quality A$n Gingham
ull range,/of 'checks and colors,
.r 8 1-3c. Apron Gingham, bank
rice .... .... .... .......c
EXTRA SPECIAL NO. 8.
9.30 to .11.30 a. mn., Wednesday,
65c. Sheet at 88c.
oz. full size, soft finish sheets
2 inch. hem woith 65c., bank
EXTRA SPECIAL NO. 9.
9.30 to 11.30 a. mn., Wednesday,
Mercerized Petticoats, 49c.
extra good, soft finish, black
'ized Petticoats, with deep diist
worth $1.00 -bankrupt price 49c.
XTRA SPECIAL NO. 10.
).30 to 11.30 a. mn., Wednesday,
1-2c. Sea Island for 10c.
yards good weight -Sea Island,
wide, good 8 1-2c. value, bank
-ice .... .... .... .... ...c.
:XTRA SPECIAL NO. 11.
1.30 to 11.30 a. mn., Wednesday,
)e. Linen Handkerchief, 4c.
e Linen Hemstitched Handker
eli everywhere for 10c., bank
ice ........ .... .... ....4c.