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WE ARE GOING TO PUT ON ONE OF OUR BARGAIN SALES ON
Saturday, July 14th
Saturday, July 28th.
If you will come we will repay you handsomely for coming,, We have no shoddy goods to offer you
for nothing- or a meagre price just to lead you here, but our goods have QUALITY.
Read These Reduction Sale Prices Carefully and be on Hand July 14th:
One lot of Merrimac Prints, the yard . .04
One lot of good Cotton Checks, . .04
The best apron-check Ginghams, . .05
Yard-wide Bleaching, . .05
Andrescoggan's Bleaching, . .071
The very best Percales, yard wide, .07
One not quite so wide, but just as good, .... .05
40-inch white Lawn, worth 12lc and 15c, only .08
Brown Linen worth 25c the yard, only . .17
Brown Linen worth 20c the yard, only .14
Brown Linen worth 15c the yard, only .11
Brown Linen worth 10c the yard, only .... .08
Ready-to-wear Waist, $1.00, 75c and 50c, now
79c, 59c and 39c each.
Corsets that were 50c and 25c, now 37c and 17c
Don't forget to see the wonderful bargains in
White Quilts-the $2.25 kind at $1.59
The $2.00 and $1.50 kind at $1.39 and $1.09.
The $1.25, $1.00 and 75c kind at 89c, 79c and
49c. Every one is a great bargain.
A man's nice Cotton Jeans Pants only 35c a pair.
A man's nice Black Worsted Pants only 69c a
Men's work Shirts, 50c and 25c kind, only 39c
Men's fancy Shirts, $1.00, 50c and 25c kind,
only 79c, 39c and 19c.
Cravats to go with the shirts, any 25c cravat
That beautiful 40-inch Sea Island only (Ic the
Ribbons, Laces and Embroideries I liked to have
forgot, but when I get through cutting the price I
will wish 1 had forgot them.
That beautiful flowered Ribbon, 25c the yard,
That beautiful flowered Ribbon, 15c the yard,
All the No. 40 pure Silk guaranteed 10c a yard,
Lace! I have no use for it, and I am going to
put the wnole push, from 5c the yard up to 10c, at
3!c the yard.
Embroideries! We will have divided up prices
to suit you.
See those long black drop-stitch Ladies' Hose
I have twenty-four pairs of men's patent leather
Shoes, $3.50 the pair, cut to $2.79.
Men's and Boys' Straw Hats One-Half Off of Regular Price Men's, Ladies' and Children's Slippers One=Third Off of Regular price.
Ladies' and Children's Hats, Trimmed Hats, only 25c. All Ladies'Hats from $1.00 to $2.25 put in one pile at the small sum of 93c each.
Every pair of Pants in the house from $1.25 a pair to $2.25 a pair to go at one price. 1 hate to name it, but 1 will?-only 98c.
Now for Our 5 and 10-Cent Store!
One set of six white Plates for 10c.
One set of six white Plates for 05c, each large
enough for two to eat out of.
One set of six white Cups and Saucers, 5c for
cup and saucer.
One lot of nice Toilet Soap, the 10-cent kind, 5c
The 5c a cake three for 10c.
One lot of nice Chocolate and Bon Bon Candies
at 10c a pound.
The famous Search Light Matches, three boxes
Fourteen Quart Dish Pans for 10c each.
Two bottles Machine Oil, 5c.
Two 1-pound packages of Salts only 5c.
One lot of odds and ends in China-ware, regular
10c a piece, now 5c.
Remember the Date:
Saturday, July 14th, at 8 o'clock, 1906.
Just come on and see. 1 cannot tell you about everything. Be on hand at 8 o'clock Saturday morning, July 14th, and if you cannot come
that morning remember the sale goes on until the 28th of July. Mrs. C. L. McDonald, Miss Dee Drummond, MissGlennie
Bolt and Master Job Little will be looking for you, and so will I. Yours respectfully.