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The Princeton union. [volume] (Princeton, Minn.) 1876-1976, January 01, 1920, Image 6

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Mittens
Men's wool mittens,
regular price 75c
Mens leather mittens,
regular price 50c.
Men's leather mittens,
regular price $1.50
y- Brown, English style, regular
1 Saf00:
S Felt shoes with leather bottoms,
S regular price $5.00, &M TJC
special JHi 1
in One lot of work shoes, 0 Q|T
Ifi i .values up to $7, special OTivH
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59c 39c
$1.19
Men's Shoes
$6.50
qJ Brown, English style, regular
jg price $7.00, Cfl
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Underwear
Men's heavy two-piece fleeced
lined, special
65c Each
Princeton,
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Values up to $60.00,
special
S of conducting business, we have decided to conduct a
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Men's Shirts
Values up to $2.50
Values up to $5.00
Values up to $8.00
Men's Suits
Valnes up to $20.00, ftlfi Cfl
Values up to $30.00,
special
Values up to $35 00,
special Values up to $40.00,
special Values up to $50.00,
special
24.50 29.50 33.50
41.50
50.00
Boys' Suits
Values up to $10.00,
special Values up to $15.00,
special
S7.95
12.50
Boys' Shoes
Values up to $6.00 $4.75
Values up to $4.50 $3.50
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THE PRINCETON UNION: THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1920
So that we may become better acquainted with you and you more familiar with our method
Beginning January 2 and Closing January 10
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While the prices of clothing and gent's furnishings are steadily on the advance, we will, during this sale/ reduce
prices to a minimum, and for the-reason that we are anxious to become better acquainted.
With abetter acquaintance we feel confident that people will continue their patronage and realize it is to their
advantage. So come in and get acquainted. You will be welcomed and treated right.
$1.75 $3.95 $6.50
Copyright 19l9,HartSchaffner&Mar*
Numerous Other Bargains
ALFRE MEtIN G0MPAN
The Home of Hart Schaffner,& Marx Clothes
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Men's and Boys' Caps
Values up to 75c 35c
Values up to $1.00...:- 59c
Values up to $2.00 98c
Values up to $58.00,
special
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Men's Overcoats
Values up to $18.00, 014 Rfl
special $1*1*311
Values up to $22 00,
special
Values up to $25 00,
special Values up to $30.00,
special Values up to $38.00,
special
17.50
20.00 22.50
31.50
49.50
Boys' Ovetcoats
Values up to $10.00,
spicial
Values up to $15.00,
special
Hockey Caps
Values up to 50c
Values up to $1.00.
Values up to $1,50
$7.95
12.50
29c 59c 98c
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Men's Rubbers
Four buckle rubbers, regular
price $5.00, iJQ ^|J
special VMiO
Heavy duck lumbermen's rubbers,
regular price $2.75, & O I E
special jiT.Mbilv
Hosiery
special
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Men's heavy cashmere hose, reg
ular price 75c. CQA 1 SB
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Men's 4isle finish half, hose iji 131
black/tan ana grey, reg- QCji
ular price 50c,~speciai.
Boys' high grade fleece-lined 1 ffi
stockings, regular QRA S
price 50cr special.,.. M,3v ffi
Boys' stockings, regular
pricr 35c, special
Sweatersi
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A large assortment of men's and
^boys'~ sweaters at
20 Per Cent Discount
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