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Worth of Clothing, Shoes, Dry Goods and Ready-to-RSt J. 3
Children will be unmercifully slaughtered for TEN DAYS at less than wholesale value. Yo
can't afford to stay away. We shall inaugurate a sale that should crowd this store in a hurr
with every one who has a want to fill or a wish to supply. It is absolutely necessary that we reduce this eno
mous stock of high-class merhchandise at once and in order to do so we have gone through every stock, thruv
each department and made ready the best, the biggest and brightest bargain offerings ever placed $efore th
It is not a matter of cost or profit, it is simply a case of reducing, of unloading, of converting goods into cash
We need money and in order to get it we have doomed this $25,000 of fine selected merchandise tounmercifu
slaughter. The greatest sale that has ever occurred in Manning.
A MO:NEY-MSAUI NG VEI
that should appeal to everybody. The entire stock is now being re-marked and re-arranged. Everything mard
in plain figures. Strictly one price to everybody. NO GOODS CHARGED---STRICTLY CASH.
The Stock Must be Reduced at Least One-Half.
The story briefily told: We must convert this merchandise into cash, and profit and cost will
eration. We have resolved simply to sell and we are going to do it, so get in for your share.
Remember, the entire stock of $25,000 Fall and Winter Merchandise, consisting of
Schloss Clothes, Fine Shoes, Hats, Fine 'Dress Goods, Boys' and Children's Suits
Hosiery, Underwear and Household Goods
at less than wholesale value. The entire stock at your price from Monday, January 21st, to Thursday, January