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Western Kansas world. [volume] (WaKeeney, Kan.) 1885-current, March 06, 1909, Image 5

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We Don't Like To
Dolt,
But the knife must be put to these goods, and our
store will be closed Thursday and Friday, March' 4
and 5, in order to cut the heart out.
Open Saturday, March 6
for the Big Sale.
We shall do our part if you want to sare
some money,
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Begins SATURDAY, March 6
And Continue for Fifteen Days Only!
At Once!
A force of Extra
Salesmen and Sales
ladies. Apply At Once!
Ends SATURDAY, March 20
There will be a
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SPECIAL NOTICE!
The first woman who en
ters the door Opening. Day, gets
a $3.00 pair of shoes FREE Of
CHARGE.
Remember the date, SATURDAY,
MARCH 6, at 9 o'clock sharp:
THE ENTIRE STOCK will be turned loose at prices that would make Rome howl and would-be competition hunt for shel
ter. It is an upheavel unprecedented. It is an earthquake in Wa-Keeney, but it is a merchandise quake. Right in the
wintertime, when everybody is looking for big profits, we -turn this store over to the people. The store is crowded with high
grade merchandise that we. cannot afford to hold. WE NEED GASH and are calling on the people to get it for us. If prices
will do the work, we will get it by the barrel, for no such SLAUGHTER OF GOODS was ever attempted by a merchant be
fore. Everything in the store goes, nothing held in reserve. The battle will .commence Saturday, March 6th, and wind up
at midnight, Saturday, March 20. There is plenty here for all, but BIG BARGAINS go quickly. Better get in line and
come early. TWENTY SALESPEOPLE will be here to wait on you and we will try to expedite matters, but such a slaugh
ter of prices will crowd the vehicles, the railroad and the road ways. Everybody will be headed for GLEASONs& MAR
SHALL'S. All goods will be marked in plain blue. In order to put the knife into these goods, the Store will be closed two
days, Thursday and Friday, March 4 and 5; open Saturday morning, March 6, at 9 o'clock sharp, loaded to the guards with
red hot bargains for the people. Buy what you want in DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, SHOES and NOTIONS at but little cost.
Special Notice!
The first woman who en
ters the door Opening Day, gets
a $3.00 pair of shoes FREE OF
CHARGE.
Remember the date, SATURDAY.
MARCH 6, at 9 o'clock sharp.
Get in Line and Come the First Day, You Can't Afford to Miss It!
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Nothing like it was ever attempted before in Wa-Keeney or th& great state of Kansas- Every, dollar oisjiBok fifteeTLdavg,To nceonrilisH thkpd rorn

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