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The West Virginian. [volume] (Fairmont, W. Va.) 1914-1974, December 06, 1916, Image 6

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Five years ago The Hub
Clothing Co., leased its home
at 1 23 Main Street, and from
the very instance became one
of the most popular clothing
mercantile institutions in
Fairmont. The Hub name
became associated with
quality merchandise that
won favor with hundreds of
i
families in this vicinity. Its
clientiele grew and grew until
the farf bprpimp pvidpnt fh^f
| larger quarters, a more commodious
house and greater
stocks would be a necessity
to properly and profitably
uphold its reputation which
The Hub ame so honestly
cherished.
Fcr months larger quarters
were sought. Every
means, every energy, every
legitimate avenue was employed
to secure these more
commodious ouarters which
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The Hub wanted and which
it knew it must secure in
order to thrive?but a new
home could not be found
that would accommodate
the ideas of advancement
which the manager of The
Hub termed progress.
(Therefore it was decided
that because its present location
at 123 Main Street was
too small and larger quarters
could not be secured,
The Hub would retire from
business.
h
A sale of its entire stock, fixturers
and furniture go in effect at once.
All accounts outstanding due the
Hub must be paid within the next
30 days.
You can ead on this page a few
of the items at sale prices that will
quickly convince all economical
people how this sale, right in the
heart of the winter season, will save
i them thousands of dollars. Many
articles, because of lack of space, will
be on sale, but not mentioned here.
|* All Christmas goods, just received
reduced for a quick clearance.
Watch the daily papers for new
advertisements. The Hub will retire
from business, but before it goes
you have a chance to secure some
Ik. of the Hub quality merchandise at a
fraction of its worth.
"KE WEST "VIRGINIA?FAIRMONT WEDNI
THE HUB (
Retirement fi
To the Left I
Below you can m
effect at once an
saving event
68 young men's "Kuppenheimer"
pinch back and body tracing overcoats,
made of the newest plain
and fancy fabrics, $25 and $28.
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$21.65
1 28 suits and overcoats for men
of the popular "Hub Brand" which
built our reputation on a $15.00
price in Fairmont.
Going away sale price
$10.90
Also stout sizes.
75 business suits of medium
weights that can be worn the year
around, in dark gray worsteds and
cashmeres, silk mixtures, black
thibets and other conservative
colors. Regular $18.00 values.
Quitting business sale price
$ 13.95
All raincoats for men Men's $3.50 &
and boys at about 'dress pants
25% discount $2.85
The newest m
All hol,day 8oods ?o
be sold at money saving
prices. $1.65
Genuine German dye blue indigo,
double sewed, strongly made
overalls, well worth a dollar, this
sale price
59c
No more than 2 pair to a customer.
The Hub CI
123 Ma
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5SDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 6, 1916.
SLOTHING
Announces its
rom Business
M Particulars
ead of the sale p
id which offer the
: ever brought to
94 Blue Serge Suits for men and
young men, in five different distinct
shades of the finest wool serge
material which retailed for $18.00
and $20.00.
Quitting business sale price
$ 15.38
137 Men's Overcoats, in plain
shades of gray, black and dark
colors, only sizes 33 to 37, which
formerly sold for $ 10 and $1 2.50.
Going away sale price
$5.00
Your chance to save on overcoats
for work or dress at about half
price or less.
Men's Hats
All this fall's newest shapes and
colors, in the best makes, John B.
Stetson and the famous Mallory,
waterproof hats. This sale Price
25% Reduction
$4.00 All $1.50 Shirts of the Men's
best makes. Sale Price chiefs 1
_ $149 5(
ufflers Boys' 50c Caps and ^
Drdion Mats, in the newest 1V1CU ?
:s shapes pants, c
_39c $
Men's Work Shirts, Indigo blue,
cambric, stripe, plaid, black, pokadot,
best makes, 75c quality. Sale
price
59c
60c quality, sale price 49c
othing Co.
in Street
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COMPANY
> in Fairmoiit
are Detailed
rices which go in
greatest money
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Over 250 Boys' Suits and Overcoats,
bearing the famous "Perfection"
label in the newest models,
fabrics and youthful colorings,
which sold for $5.00, $8.50, $ 1 0: J
Ages 6 to 18. Sale price
$3.65, $6.45
and $7.90
Bath robes and smoking jackets
of the finer grades, trimmed with
silk braids and faultlessly tailored,
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and marked $6.50, 8.50, 1 0 and
12. Going away sale prices { |
$4.85, $6.75, $7.38
and $9.25
Boys' Extra Heavy Ribbed
Hose.
Sizes 6 to 10, worth 20c
Sale Price
lie
No more than 4 pair to a customer
initial handker- Mens $2.00 dress
dox of six gloves, in washable
capes
)cbox $1.65
dress Boys'waists with mili:uff
or plain tary coljars
[>3.98 39c |
1 1
Sweaters
Maroon, black, oxford, brown,
white, green^ heather and red, all
sizes from 34 to 46 at
Greatly Reduced Prices
1 ?1
All Traveling Bags and Suit
Cases substantially reduced for
quick clearance. An opportune
time for Christmas shoppers to
purchase these acceptable gifts at
a great saving.

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