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THE HOLT COUNTY SENTINEL, FRIDAY, MAY 14. 1920.
ill FROM BUSINESS in MEN AND BOYS SAVE 50 Per Cent ON YOUR CLOTHES Stock up buy enough to last you two or three years. They are going higher every day. "'.v: i.., MOVING TO KANSAS CITY My $20,000.00 stock of the world's best makes of Clothing, Shoes, Stetson Hats, Wilson Bros. Furnishing Goods for Men, Young Men and Boys, to be distributed among the good people of Holt and adjoining coun ties at much less than actual cost to manufacture, in next 16 days. I 16 Days of the greatest value giving in the history of American bust ncss. Don't wait call early, as the tremendous sacrifice that will be made will move the goods quickly. . Values not considered, as the stock must be closed out in 16 days. opens Wednesday, May 19th, 1920 n. - tALlb NU1 IHEOKIES Clothes for! all will be 20 to 33 1-3 per cOflt higher than they are to-day; Hats will be 15 to 30 per cent higher; Underwear, 30 to 60 per cent higher r Shirts will be 25 to 40 per cent higher; Overshoes, 15 to 40 per cent higher, and all other lines accordingly. We arc not guessing at these prices. We absolutely know they are authentic, as we have bought all these lines for our store in Mound City. Values at the Mercy of the Public! Sale Opens, WEDNESDAY, MAY 19th Rinhl nnw nt flip nncnint? o( the snrinn season when every merchant is and should be reaping a profit on his mer chandise, we place our entire $20,000.00 stock of High Grade CLOTHING, STETSON HATS, FURNISHINGS for Men, Boys and Children, at the mercy of the public for 16 days at prices that will astound the entire community. Come and be convinced; sec the huge crowds that will take advantage of these wonderful bargains. fy J Our store Will be LLUSLU MUNUAI AND lUbMJAY, TUT '11 C 8 wtuwuovni, rani ui, i9.v, whi-uh. B""- L,k)Sed MAY 17-18, to mark and re-arrangc this gignatic stock. W 111 Vjpeil sale in history will begin at DAWSON'S, the Man's Store. Again WEDNESDAY, MAY 19th, 1920, when-the greatest N0TICE1 Posilivcly no credit to any one, so please do not ask. Unheard of bargains await you. Come prepared to take them home. Sale opens WEDNESDAY, MAY 19th, 1920 WANTED I 1 5 Salesmen lo help handle the crowds. to'-n, take our advice supply your clothing needs for the next three years; you will be doing the wise thing, as prices are bound not only to stay high, but go much higher. Sensational Bargains Shoes! Shoes! in Fine Clothes $15.00 Shoes at $12.50 Shoes nt $10.00 Shoes nt C "0 Shoes at ."7. t 1 1 $10.00 $8.50 ..$7.50 ..$5.75 Finest Imported Hockanums, wol h $60.00 and $G5.00, J $40.00 going at Puro worsted, good all tho year around, Jand tailored, worth $50.00 and dOA rtYt $55.00, going at JU.UV PiiiA All Wv-kt Pnemtmnrnc nnrl Wnrstivls. nintrln or double breasted, many silk lined, with or S7.50 Shoes E fiA V without belt, worth "TjRai at Viv v- W $27.50 ' sh-.4.50 At $20.00 we ihil'lw the Breatest vaidf ver placed oaaalc. SuJU worth $35.00, "Niv " S.r.d.:: $20.$ OH! YOU OVERALL CUM. Every Man's Overcoat in the house going at HALF PRICE. low, shoes ir; Almost GIVEN AWlY. - SOYS' Overcoats We're ashamed to tell the price. Underwear Hlg Stock of Both Winter and Summer, GOING AT LESS THAN WHOLESALE COST. STETSON HATS GALORE worth $10.00, $12.00 and $1-1.00, going at Other at $5 $6.50 $7.R" SHIRTS One lot of Suits, worth up lo'v, $35.00, going at 1 1 n n Specia1, whi,e they ,asl oVS' Vw.vv ?2.50 per pair. l "JESUITS ALMOST GIVEN AVv. It's a crime the way we have smashed the price on our Shirts. Beat Overalls made genuino Indigo Blue Denim ; heavy weight, worth tfJO CA today $4.00; sale price $t,0t Neckwear and Sps are priced o cheap that we arc r-.':'"" ourselves astounded. "" "T"" " i,J--?,.Jitii. " m S EE MS" 100 T0 GREAT GAIN FEASTS NEVER AG vTmAm "2 TO m SUOI HIGH GRADE MERCHANDISE AT SUCH TREMENDOUS 1(m0l? ' T2 AmOESmT SPACE WII NSawAa FAR BELOW YOUR WfLDW IMAGINATION. STORE WILL REMAIN OPEW EVENINGS DURING SAUL 5 If" si i if :!:. HI mm M m ml mmmv Imm. mm mm m. - If i ALL ACCOUNTS' I ri.A 111 fl Ml I'f If I 1 -r UA VYoUN S "1 1 I I I TI3: 3VC2ST'S STORE I 1 ,1 I OREGON, MISSOURI If i