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1 Anderson's Dry (
100 pairs of All-wcx
I the kind for winter
I; value, special the pa
II r Shoes! Shoes!
81 5000 pairs to select from.
Buy here and save the difference.
11 One lot No. 33, $3.00 Ladies Shoes, at
Afl | One lot No. 32, $3.00 Ladies' Shoes, at
^ I j $2.19.
11 One lot No. 501, $1.50 Ladies Shoes,
Vici, at 98c.
One lot No. 1630, $4.00 Men's Shoes,
11 I Apierican Gentleman's Patent, only
One lot No. 16 1-2, Men's Gun Metal
Shoes, $3.50 values, at special $2.79.
Hundreds of other values.
We sell the Menzi.es Line of Shoes
N for Men and the American Boy for
Save a $1 on your new fall Hat at
ANDERSON'S DRY GOODS STORE!
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We have 40 new fall styles to select
from 98c. to $3.48
Genuine Jno. B. Stetson Hat .. ..$3.48
Look for the Stars on onr Windows
and in front of Store.. ANDERSON'S
~ DRY GOODS STORE.
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>1 Heavy Pants, just
wear, a real $2.25
ir $1.39., J
300 pairs in tbts sale. " ' 7 ~ *
$2.98 wear-well Pants, No. 8359 special
$2.50 wear-well Pants ,No. 8314 special.,
$2.98 wear-well Pants, No. 8174 special
$3.48 wear-well Pants, No. 8244 spe
cial 4 $2.98
$3.98 wear-well Pants, No. 8223 special
$3.98 wear-well Pants, No. 8208 special
$5.00 wear-well Pants, No. 8249 special
$3.48 wear-well Pants, No. 8385 special
$6.00 wear-well Pants, No. 8284 spe- '
I cial $4.79
One lot $2.25 Pants $1.79
One lot $2.89 Pants $2.19
>'ot going: out of business, and will do
our best to make every purchase
Blankets ?? Comforts.
Get your winter supply now. 48c.,
98c.. $1.98 and up to $3.98.
Ladies' Long Coats.
$6.00 Coats to close at $4.69.
$7.50 Coats to close at $5.85.
$8.50 Coats to close at $5.98.
$10.00 Coats to close at $7.48.
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Cut price 011 all Boys' Suits. No old
"junk" to offer you; everything new.
I Note some of the following specials?
only a few-prices mentioned.
350 Spits in This Lot.
$1.49 Boys' Suit $1.00
$1.39 Boys' Suit $1.00
$2.25 Boys' Suits $1.89
$3.48 Boys' Suit. $2.95
$2.98 Boys-' Suit $1.98
$5.79 Boys' Suit $4.85
$6.50 Boys' Suit $5.19
$5.98 Boys' Suit $4.75
$7.50 Boys' Suit $5.98
$8.50 Boys' Suits $0.98
Overalls and W ork
Shirts, Good Heavy Cheviot and Overall
Overalls, "Bandana" and Anvil Brand,
Overalls, Jumbo Brand, $1.00 quality,
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100 fancy mixed Bi
regular $12.50 value
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Bed Spreads, Pillow
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Spreads ..98c. t&~2AX
Sheets . .39c. to ~79C: :"J
Pillow Cases . ..12c. to 19c.
Save your Cash Register Receipts, one
with every purchase.
A GUARANTEED II WATCH FREE!
A Watch absolutely free with every
Boy's Suit selHng at 3.50 and up.
We also have about 500 Pictures to
be given away to our customers.
$250.00 worth of Quadruple Plated
Silverware to be given away ur our
Cash Register ReceiptB.
This line was advertised in October,
but was lost by the railroad, and just
arrived.4 We are the originators of
Premiums for Cash Register Receipts.
Our Register works by electricity.
Silverware given for the following
amounts in receipts:
4-pi9ce Quadruple Plated Tea Set, for
$75.00 in receipts.
Sugar and Cream Set for $40.00 in
Butter Dish for $45.00 in receipts.
5-piece Caster for $40.00 in receipts.
1 Card or Fruit Stand for $40.00 in receipts.
1 Silver Cup for $20.00 in receipts.
1 Syrup Pitcher for $50.00 in receipts.
1 Water Pitcher for $45.00 in receipts.
1 Fern Dish for $35.00 in receipts.
1 Loaf Sugar Stand for $35.00 in receipts.
1 Sugar Stand for $50.00 in receipts.
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rwear, Hats, Shirts,
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ens All-Wool Suits.
rowns and Greys, a
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Hose! Hose! I
600 dozen fair of Hole for Men, Wo- ' I
men aod Children. - ? I
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and 15c. -; * k : :
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Fine Ribbed for girls, ait 10c., 15c.. and;
- 25c. . _ (- - Men's
and Ladies' at 10c. and 25c.' y
White, Black, Tan and all colors. - ,
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8 Cases Winter Underwear.
2 Cases Men's; Underwear, 39c. to 75c.
4 Cases Ladies' Underwear, 24 to 48c.
2 Cases Children's Union Suits, etc.,
24c. to 48c.
1 Case Men's Heavy Fleeced Shirts
and Drawers, 39c. \v
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Oil Cloth. I
Best quality made, yard 18c.
White and Marble, yard 20c.
Coats and Wfliamattic Cotton, 6 for I:
25 cents. <
50 Alarm Clocks^ $2 yalnes, special
this sale, 98c. V
100 Alarm Clocks, $2.00 values, given I ;
away for $25.00 worth of Cash Register
othing, etc. Bar- I
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