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PAGE TWO CRITTENDEN MARCH 25th 1909
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FOR 10 DAYS, BEGINNING
I Lot Men's UVkf Regular
Price .05, Opening Iiale
Another Lot, Former
Price 10c, Opening Sale
Bow Ties Former
Price 25c, Opening Sale
35c. and 50c.
Ties Going at
Spring and Summer Underwear,
Former Price 25c, Go at
50o Values Go at
All Kinds of Soft and Stiff
Choice and Pick, Go at
Remember that these Prices are only good for the Opening Sale. I I
Town and County, and to .'dvrrna my go i !s. and to show you that we give yo
advantage or this Crcrrt ., s I luve come to st y for the I enefit o
will be a benefit to both, Th-i h you very much for your kind patron :gc so far,
New York BargainStore
YOU?S AL V-'AYS WIT!-. GOOD GOODS AMD LOW PRi:
Men's Work Shoes Woi tli S2.00 Go at Sl.iu
Men's Dress Shoes Worth $2.50 Go at $l 25
$3.00 Shoes Go at SI 75
$3.50 and $4.00 Shoes Go at $2.48
Ladies Fine Shoes in Patent
Leather and Vici Kid Worh $3.00 go at $1.90
One Lot of Ladies Fine Shoes
Worth From $1.75 to $2.00 Go at .90c
One Lot of Odds and Ends
Worth From $1.50 to $3.00 Go at 75c.
Children Shoes From 10c Up.
All Kind of Ladies Oxfords Go at One half
One Lot of Ginghams Worth from Gc to
8c. per yard Go at 4c.
12 and 15c Ginghams Go at 9c
Calicos as Lowa.s 3c am) up per yard
A sale that has never been heard of before in the hjstory of this county.
During this sale we will offer a Two Thousand Dollar Stock consisting of Men and
Boys Shoes and Oxfords; Ladles, Swisses and Children's Shoes and Oxfords.
Men's heavy work Shoes of 411 kinds. Also Two Thousand DoiSars worth of
Clothing, consisting of Men's Boys and Children's Furnishing Goods. A large Stock
of Dry Goods, Spring Dress Goods to bs Sa ,'ificed regardless of former cost or value.
as we have only one object m view .nr! 5?at 5s to torn the stock into cash and to
give to the pyfeiic of Marion and VPcSnity the Greatest Opening and Slaughter Sate
of New and Sensible Merchandise at less than 50 cents of vAe, and as 8 have come
here to stay, and to advertise my business and for the first Crn Opening, for the
FIRST TEN DAY
Is to Advertise the New York Bargain Store, to Show you where you can Save IVIoney and Ccl Coed Goods, for Less than Half. This
means a lot to you. But the only way to convince yourself, is to come and get those Great Bargains, as I know if you buy once that means
a customer to me forever. To show you how cheap we will sell, Only During This Opening Sale, lvi!l mention a few prices below:
25c Value Suspenders Go at .14c
50c Value " Goat 19c
Shirts Worth 75c. Go at .44c
All 50 Cent Values Go at .29c
Men's Pants, Value $1.00 Go at 69c.
$2.00 Pants Go at $1.25
$2.50 Pants Go at $1.60 .
$3.00 and $3.50 Pants Goat $2.00
$4.00 and $5.00 Pants Go at $2.90
$5.00 and $7.00 Suits Go at $2.50
$10. & $12. Suit Go at $4.90
$15.00 Suits Qo $6.90
$18. 00 Suits Go at $9.00
$20. and $25. Suits Go at $13.53
Boys Suits go at Half Prise.
am just doing this to gcT acquainted rnd to be know in your L
u good goods Hoping thit you will all take nf
f you oil. Will appreciate your patronage very much as it
Ken tuck v.
f WANTED 10 Extra Clerks. P. S. We will not sell goods to merchants during this sale
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