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Our Credit Customers Shall be Taken Care of.
Stern Necessity Offers in 14 0 ll) 0 H Q 0 0 Z P. 0 D) 0 0 You Rare Op portunity The undertaking is a desperate one, but being backed by a magnificent stock of goods that invoices between $35,000 and $40,000, and there being no limit as to how low prices are to be cut, we feel sure that our object shall be reached. And that object is to institute a mighty Slaughter Sale, made necessary for the reason that within fifteen days 810,0 Mu st be Raised to Pa Creditors Every piece of Dry Goods and Clothing and every Shoe in the stock is as staple as flour, and when there is a saving of from 50c to 60c on every dollar invested, we absolutely know that there will be the greatest rush of selling that was ever witnessed here at this season of the year. Not only Dry Goods will be slaughtered, but Groceries as well. Each department shall greet you with attractive goods and irresistible prices. The best friend you have is waiting for you. The doors will be thrown open and the Sale Will Begin Promptly at 7 J O'clock, Saturday Morning, Feb. 11 Be on time; get the season's first choice and See what Wonders Can be Worked with a Small Amount j)f Money Strike while the iron is hot; don't wait until the stock is too badly broken. In this instance stern necessity on our part makes a rare opportunity for you. .. It would require every page of this paper to give you prices on every article in Dry Goods, but suffice it to say that they must be sold and we invite you to make us an offer. It's Hard to EARN but It's Easy to SAVE by Buying at These Prices The finest stock of Dress Goods and Linens ever brought to Ardmore will be sold at 50c on the dollar. Over 300 Skirts from $1 to $5 a record breaker. 500 men's Suits, former price $8 to $20, will be slaughtered at from $5 to $12.50. 100 dozen Hats; all sizes and styles, worth from $2.50 to $3, will go in this sale for $1.25. If you are in need of Comforts and Blankets, now is the time to buy. They will be sold regardless of cost. Price and take them. 100 doz Negligee Shirts, worth from 75c to $1. for 39c. GRANULATED SUGAR, 20 lbs. for $1.00 FANCY Y. C. SUGAR, 22 lbs. for 1.00 MOCHA AND JAVA ROASTED COFFEE,. 10 lbs. for 1.00 BEST GREEN COFFEE, 10 lbs. for 1.00 PEABERRY. COFFEE, 9 lbs. for 1.00 CALIFORNIA CANNED GOODS, per can 10c BARALL'S PRIDE FLOUR, 100 Ibs.for '. 1.90 PLANSIFTER FLOUR, 100 lbs. for 2.15 NAVY BEANS, 25 lbs. for 1.00 DRIED APPLES, 16 lbs. for 1.00 TENNESSEE SORGHUM, the best made, per gallon ..29c LOUISIANA RIBBON CANE MOLASSES, per gallon 35c BEST LAUNDRY SOAP, 12 bars for 25c This sale will in no way interfere with our long list of credit custom ers, every one of whom is invited to do their year's trading as usual. BLUING, 12 boxes for 23c SODA, 10 lbs for 35c ONION SETS, per gallon 25c SIX BOXES LYE 2!ic NAVY TOBACCO, former price 40c now 25c GREENVILLE TOBACCO, former price 40c, now 29c BIG BALE TOBACCO, 5 lbs. for ' 1.00 SIX BOTTLES, 6-Oz. DENTAL SNUFF .1.00 SIX BOTTLES, 6-Oz LIBERTY DELL 8NUFF 1.00 SIX GLASSES HOT SCOTCH SNUFF 1.00 EIGHT BOTTLES, 4-Oz., STEWART & RALPH'S SNUFF 1.00 FAULTLESS STARCH, 4 lbs for 25c Not a piece of goods will be ten thousand dollars. Remember reserved, but everything will go until we raise the time SATURDAY morning, Feb. 22. J HL BAR ALL Our Books are Open Buy from Us on Credit. n a D H H z r r H PI CO (I)