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The Princeton union. [volume] (Princeton, Minn.) 1876-1976, January 13, 1910, Image 8

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All Women's Skirts $T
and Jackets at
Half Price
48ct
100 Corsets a Only
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Fine Ginghams, worth Jj
up to 20c, per yd.
44
Ribbons, per yard
5c
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Men's Clothing
As fine a line as can be bought on any
market at prices that will sell it all at
once. $15.00 Mens Suits, going at ...$9,98
$20.00 Men's Suits, going at |2.9 8
$22.50 Men's Suits, going at 14,98
30 Suits, a Snap 5J7
Men's $10 Overcoats 5,9 8
Up to $25 Overcoats 12.98
and many others.
Men's $5.00 Pants 2.9 8
Men's $3.50 Pants |,9 8
Boys' $4.50 Suits, out they go 2.0 9
Up to $10Boys' Suits,sizes 10 to 15.4,09
Boys' Knee Pants.. Flat
Boys' $6.00 Overcoats 2.2 9
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Dry Goods
One Lot Flannelettes 3
Heavy Flannelettes, 20c grade 9
50c Wool Flannels, sale price 27
50c Blankets 33c
1.50 and 1.75 Quilts 98c
Veilings Your Own Price
Women's Collars, sold everywhere
at 25c, out they go 9
Women's 25c Stockings |3
Women's Heavy Underwear 38
35c grade Underwear 22
2.50 Wool Union Suits |.6 9
Children's Underwear \%c
75c Velvet, all colors 42
Fleisher's Yarna 25
Saxony Jt 8
Entire Stock of Dress Goods,
every yard ,in the house,
marked to almost Half Price
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THJB PRINCETON TJNIO^ THURSDAY, JfANTTAgY 13, 1910.
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This elegant stock, consisting of Men's, Women's and Children's Clothing ai^d Furnishings, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes
will be placed on sale
Without Reserve, Thursday, Jan, 13, at 9 a. m., Continuing lO Days
Sale will continue for 10 Days Only. This entire stock has been placed in.ihe hands of the International Consolidated
Sales Company, Inc., with but one instruction, "SELL A ONCE."
$ Remember the Day and the Date- Cash is l^ing. Bring Your Money
Sale Starts January 13th and Continues for 10 Days
$25,00 0 STOC
of Business? No! Indeed No!!
Room for Incoming Spring and Summer Qoods
Shoes
Men's Fine Shoes, worth to 3.50, to be
closed out at only
$1.69
Women's Shoes worth to 3.00, all stand
ard makes and standard prices
$1.52
Children's Shoes, good heavy school
shoes and fine ones as well, all
at one common price
98c
All Rubber Goods 20 Percent Off
Fine Shoes, all 5,00 shoes going at only
$3.82
Notions at Prices that Will
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Men's Furnishings
All 1.50 Lion Brand Shirts |,0 9
Work Shirts, double seamed, sold
always at 50c 36
Men's Socks, 10c quality 3
Men's Socks, 15c quality 6
Men's Socks, 20c quality 9
Men's Socks, 35c quality 18c
Men's 50c Heavy fleeced Under
wear 28c
Two suits to a person.
1.00 Wool Underwear, sale price. ...62c
1.50 and 2.00 Wool Underwear 98
1.00 Fancy Dress Shirts 62c
Caps worth 50c each 21c
Men's Dress Gloves..... 62
Buttons, worth up to
15c a Dozen
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Embroideries and
Lace Curtains fii
Half Price 2!
Braids, per yard only (f
American and Simp
son Prints, per yd.
4c
Men's 10c Handk'f's
3c
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