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Great January Clearance Sale The most stupendous Disposal sale ever held at this store begins Thur., January 13th. It’s a tremendous event, a money saving event. There are many reasons for the giganticness of this year’s clearance sale. The backwardness of the season is one of the chief causes. I 9 \ Another reason is that the public has been buying spar ingly waiting for still lower prices; The break in prices has come at last. We will offer you in this sale the most amaz ing bargain opportunities—values that vividly recall those good old low-prices of 1914. We cut prices on practically every article in the store. No attention has been paid to what the goods cost or our profits on them. Our only thought is to clear out our stocks You will find reductions as never before. Remember the Big Sale begins Thursday, Jail 13 Our out of town customers are cordially invited to attend this great sale. A N NOUNCEMENT The Ford Motor Cos. Guarantees that there will be / No Further Reductions in the |Price, of Ford mermtewr^rs^ism*-' — W'*sr~'**'**”'*&' ■*?*" ■■r'’^>.^^ Cars. No Change From Present Model. N. i Following the above guarantee you cannot longer afford to defer placing . your order for the car that you will eventually buy. , \ The Ford Motor Cos. insures you against further reduction in the prices of the cars, against any possible change in model, now it is up to you to BUY NOW and insure yourself against a possible increase in price. The fact that the Ford Motor Cos. built and delivered 102,000 cars during the month of October (while other automobile plants were closed) demonstrates that the people as a whole belive the Ford car to be the right car at thejight price and that now is the right time to buy. Touring Car Runabout Truck Tractor $575 $525 S6OO SB3O Coupe Sedan $825 $875 Delivered to Your Door at fhe Above Prices T. & T. MOTOR CO. EDGERTON, WISCONSIN Firemen’s 36th Annual Dance In Academy Hall, Edgerton, Wis., Thursday, January 20th, 1921 Business changes will take place for this store in the fall of 1921. Will open a Garment Store at Bismark, N. D. next August. We are Closing Out All Winter Garments Coats, Suits, Skirts, Hats, House Dresses, Aprons, Children’s Dresses, Corsets at WHOLESALE COST The spring season will be run in the usual way to the end of the season here. We are discontinuing house dresses en- Out size Silk & Wool Dresses tirely. We specialize on out extra sizes. . . * s -- All house dresses as follows at COSt * SIZeS 46 t 0 53 * $2.50 to $2.65 close out at $1.40 $2.75 to $3.00 close out at $1.98 Regular Sizes $3.00 to $4.00 close out at $2.98 Children’s Dresses 50, 75c, SI.OO, $1.50 Values to $26,50 at SIB.OO off. Priced marked. Values to $28.00 at $19.90 All Waist sl, $2, $3 and $4 off; waists vSSl£S2S".::l*..".".‘.’.'.'.‘.SJl of fine crepe silk, values $4.75 to $12.00. Values to sßo.ooat $45.00 This is a Gean Sweep Sale ♦ of every winter garment, including some fine children’s coats. Go at prices to save moving. Sale all this month. 700 House Dresses, Aprons and Children’s Dresses to completely close out. 150 wash waists, 300 crepe and silk waists, 100 wool waists, 100 silk dresses, 200 silk and wool skirts, 100 hats trimmed, 75 suits, 75 fine cloth and plush coats. HRS. F. M. ROBERTS MILTON JUNCTION, WISCONSIN 4 • 4 li / I' 3S **‘f*| \ J|BpPte / v /-4 f \ ~yg^gg^^fc := . 1 j L~ Af last you can learn What Edison Did during the War The NEW EDISON "The Phonograph With a Soul ” YOU wondered —every- body wondered, and practically nobody knew now Edison “did his bit.” At last the official an nouncement is out! Come in and get your copy ofthe bul letin: “What Did Edison Do During the War?”—or write, if you can't call. ••* It tells what Edison did while Chairman of the Naval Consulting Board — how he spent months at sea, experimenting and in Will Bardeen JPa+rh >. Edison ’s new rssecrr '•• / venting devices for foiling the German submarines. The bulletin also tells how Edison stood the gaff and kept the price of the New Edison down to bed-rock during the era of high costs and soaring prices. The New Edison has increased in price less than 15% since 1914 — part of this increase is war tax. The bulletin also tells Mr. Edison's views on our Budget Plan which makes the New Edison easy to buy.