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i, Ji •v# jJ^ A, V« i" 'v%V^V^ mm 6 M.- I/? iHfe fc- I' V, I f.A^/ is, .1 *v« F'-Hvh- JV: 'V 'i,-» ifvjHtS:? V? -1 «. rC jh I ft' ••. 5 A' A 1 V* ,1 IK he '-A 'V\ _1 fc .4* #W *,,* ,s v(l ft 5 w. I 4#S' •V. ., News to stir the most sluggish —Bargains to attract the most Conservative—Prices to draw the most Economical. Copyright 1906 B. Kuppenholmer & Co.* Chi. Copyright 1906 8. Kuppenholmer & Co., Chl« 1 put into an Finely tailored Suits comprising the best values ever offered for the money.—All the best styles and cloths, worth $7.50 to $8.50, prices cut to $4.98 A grand assortment of the finest hand tailored imported and domestic cloths, splendidly finished and fashioned—valued at $13,50 to $16.50, prices cut to $9.98 Our entire line of Fall and Winter Suits cut from the most stylish suitings on the market Made up equal to the best merchant tailored goods, worth $20.00 to $22.50, prices cut to $14.98 An Array of Bargains like This Quality Unimpeachable Assortment Unlimited Earl & Wilson, Arrow, Barker Collars, 9c Men's Heavy Socks, 5c and 7c. Boys1 Fleeced Union Suits, the 50c kind, 33c Style the Most Desirable Copyright 1906 B. Kuppenhelmtr & Co.) Chi We have sold our fixtures and the store room has been leased by other parties. This entire stock of new up-to-date goods must be disposed of between now and January. This is a bonafide Going Out of Business Sale. The facts that caused it are known to almost everybody.1 Every dol lar's worth of merchandise must be turned into cash—and now. The realization of cash is the one IPS1 t, UMWA COUKI-EJEC and only object of this sale.' To do this alt prices have been so deeply cut that no one can ignore them. This stock is the best that money could put into our store, thousands and thousands of dol lars of the best Suits, Overcoats, Hats and Furnishings procurable. The sale prices now are such as your wildest imaginings would scarcely picture—yet these prices are real—they are here for you to profit by. The memory of the low prices at this sale must forever stand alone. There has never in the history of Ottumwa been any attempt to dispose of goods at such prices as these. Don't miss this opportunity to get your fall and winter Clothing at less than wholesale prices. The Greatest Stock of Suits Overcoats ever Fancy Vests, Worth $2.00y $2.50, $3.00, Prices Cut to 79c, 98c and $1.19. Pick of any Sweater in our store at just One-half the marked price. Men's Fleeced Shirts and Drawers, 43c Men's Ribbed Shirts and Drawers 43c 50c Ties, all shades, 3 for $1.00 35c Ties 19c This is the greatest Sale that has ever been put on in Wapello County. We have made such arrangements that we believe that every custo mer will be perfectly satisfied—Plenty of extra clerks—The time is necessarily limited—The sale will last but for a short time—No lines will be replenished from now on so take time by the forelock and come in early. 3 v"** This Entire Stock of Clothing is New—but the prices show no signs of it—they are Bargain Prices Pure and Simple. OF-BUSINESS Absolutely Slaughtered has never been offered to the Public of Wapello County— Now is Your Chance. *?3 J\\£ 1 1 3 .jX *'Kl Overcoat We have the strongest Overcoat values in town comprising all the leading styles long coats, medium coats, loose fitting coats, form fitting coats, in fact everything that is made in the shape of an overcoat. Good heavy servicable wool overcoats, worth $7.50 to $8.50, prices cut to An extra good lot of long coats that sell readily at $10.00 to $13.50, price cut to a \r Hi mmmg $7.98 Qg} The cream-of the stock in black, gray and fancy in medium and long coats, best of cloth and made to sell at $20 to $25.00, prices cut to $14.98 Fast Color Red and Blue Handkerchiefs, 4& Boys' Fleeced two-piece Underwear, 17c 4 Tfi "*5 J?* Tftv'-t urn hi! it iiMirifiiift I No Competition can ever hope to sell Seasonable Goods at the prices we have marked—we sell regardless of value—we must have the cash for this stock. •f ?r. •y'• *?r-s SSW s&ilit mrnrn Copyright 1906 B. Kupp.nhelmor & Co., Chl.^l y: Sff, lip©sl| «8f Mia .comrarnssnr THE HOUSE JJLKUPPENHHTfflt if ,*k 7*« r* r'