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I 15000.00 STOCK!
(,f General Mercha dise I to be Cut to Pieces, Sacrificed, Closed Out Ttesrardless of Its Former Value or Price. TTT7'r>T7' r A DT Vt Sale Starts Saturday Morning rLlilKrj liAKL II at 9 o’clock, December 1st, and Continues Until Saturday Night, December 29th. DON’T WAIT until your neighbor tells you of the bargains. Come and see for yourself. All Winte * Goods ]V ust Go! • |(ina the stock of bargains lasts, but if you don t take ! Nothing held back. No restrictions on quantity Jour m®ncyT, $ g;,ing; somebody will grab them up. advantage of the tiemendous savings offered here, don t blame us. intv rt g Going to . love, January 1st, „„ „„ ™P,«i b, Mr*. I. will. - -I. «. «' »—> ■" ■”* — “ * ovi>n jit m i?reat sacrifice. Yon Know the High Price that is Prevailing on everv commodity in daily use now. Then compare our sale prices with the present price of goods and it will not take any argument to | sell you. You’ll buy. We Don’t Want to Move One Dollars Worth of Onr Present Stock in* o«r-'oj"r^v\Ptognf7„?tS.bTe^V4t:: diddeTto1 stick the knife into every price in the house aud reduce it to within your reach. fee, ^ ««=«*? kiw rjr we Just a Word Regarding the Quality of Our Stock of Merchandise. We opened here in our present location for business on August 1, 1917. • With Every Dollars Worth in Our Store Brand New Merchandise. sent your savings in this sale. Remember Saturday Morning at 9 O’clock, December 1st. Below Are a Few of the Hundreds of Items That Have Been Reduced for This Special Reduction of Stock. Look These Over Carefully and Then Come In. We Have the Goods at Prices That Will Satisfy. _ -- . " ' ”i Women’s Fleece Gowns Fifty dozen to be cleaned up. All cut fidl length, made of good heavy quality velour fleece outing, pink and l)lue stripe, trimmed in silk braid. Regu lar values $1, $1.25 and $1.50 64 QA each. Sale Price 75, 95 andOIlZO Women’s Heavy Cotton Hose In black and white. Regular values 25c a pair. Sale Price 2 0|jn pairs for.£vU Women’s Rain Coats : Standard brand. Full 56 inches long. Rlue mercerized Repp. Regular $8.50 coat, Sale 60 QFj Price.00 lU J $12.95 Men’s Suits Men’s Suits of wonderful value in fancy shadow plaids, serges and corduroys, Regular value $18.00 01 Q QC Sale Price.OltluJ Women’s Coats Only 18 left at this price. Full 54 inches long in black, grey and brown. Reg ular values $18 and $20 01 O QC Sale Price.OIZlDJ Men’s Heavy Wool Shirt and Drawers Regular values $2.50 the suit. Sale price While they 01 QC last. .0 I IUU Women’s Cotton Ribbed Union Suits • Good quality bleech garment, m sizes.m and 38 only. Regular price 7kft $1.00. Sale Price.I yj? $13.95 Men’s Suits These Suits can’t be equaled at less than $20. Good range of sizes, colors ana materials. Regular stamped price $20.00. The Suit 013 QK Sale Price.QIJlWW Men’s Grey Sox, Extra Heavy Quality Regular 15 cent values yhP Sale Price, 2 for."jiM Women’s Rain Coats Guaranteed Rainproof In tan mercerized Repp. Full 56 -long. All sizes. Regular Oil OH price $6. Sale Price G. F. GAMBRELL CO. i_MARIANNA, : : : ARKANSAS t * V __ , V