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*M ID-SE ASON
BEGINS THURSD JULY 1
and will Continue for 60 Days, Ending August 31st.
We have waited patiently for a calm, after the Tornado, to place this Sale before the public so as to allow the people to give this
Clearance Sale their calm and thoughtful consideration. No doubt many of you who read this advertisement have made purchases
of storm damaged goods during the excitement, which you now regret. Our goods must be sold with no regrets, and we will cheer
fully refund the purchase price for goods returned if you are not satisfied that you have full value for your money. Remember we
have no storm damaged goods, and never have had any, and no water soaked and rotted merchandise. But our prices in many
instances are lower than you are asked to pay for these kind of goods.
&-licLe Usc si1 i nursuay July ist, ana an our gooas are tresn ciean mercnanase.
ORANULATED SUGAR ONE CENT PER POUND!
With every $5.00 purchase we will sell 5 pounds of Granulated Sugar at 1 cent a pound---5 pounds for 5 cents.
Mens Suits Boy's Palm Beach Suits. Walk-Over.
All-Wool Blue Serge, the regular $12.00 kind Just Received, a few Pairs $8.50 to $5.00 -
Extra Special $5.98 rizas 12 to 18, $5.00 values, Sale~price . Price........... .......$198
Save This Coupon S
This Coupon is worth 50c. This Coupon and 75c.
Buys 1.0 Yards of Regular 12 1-2c. Fruit of The Loom
Blea-h- Regular 10c. Quality
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