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The Aberdeen Democrat. (Aberdeen, South Dakota) 1???-1909, June 26, 1908, Image 5

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Annual Sale ot
Men's Skirts
It will be worth the while of every man who can to
attend this sale and get a part of the good things here
We made last week two ibig purchases of Men's Shirts
from overstocked manufacturers at less than many of the
lines could be made for. Nearly all of the special lots of­
fered at this sale show a saving to you of from 25 to 50
Greater Values Than Ever Before ..
'LOT I.-—Men's cuff attached, soft and pleated front
Negligee Shirts, also soft collared Golf Shirts in light
and dark colors, of Cluett & Beabody and other well
known makes. Regular prices $1.50 and $2.00 for this
greatest of Shirt sales, each
$1.00
$3.00. For this sale each
OUOT II.—Silk Madras and French Flannel soft collared
Outing Shirts, with French Cuffs regular prices $2.50 and
LOT IV.—Under this head you will find some of the
greatest Shirt bargains we have ever offered. A large part
of the Shirts in this lot are regular $1.00- goods. For our
Annual Shirt Sale they each are
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LOT" V.—In this lot you will find men's black and
fancy Work Shirts that are sold always everywhere at 50c
or more, also Negligee Shirts, odds and ends of our regular
69c line, all for this sale at each '"gj|
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Lot IH.—'Men's light, medium and dark Negligee Shirts
with either cuffs attached or detached, Cluett & Peabody
and other good mates regular $1.00 qualities, now each
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38 Cents
200 pairs ladies' black Oxfords, odds and ends of our
^(|%egular $2.50, $3.M and $3.50 lines, all now in one lot
"at an average of ONE-HALF PRICE. Your choice at Midg^
$1.50
460 pairs Jadies' black Oxfords in all leathers, part of
stock of a manufacturer with too many goods,
tese we show five styles in all sizes And widths regular
lvalues up to $3.50. At this great sale per pair.',
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$2.50
Children's Wash Dresses at
.One-half Regular Prices
%e now offer without reserve our eiitire stock of
children's Percale, Madras and Chambray Wash Dresses.
Axes 6 to 1'2 years, at ONB-^MSjF OUR REGULAR SELL
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ABESBEEN DEMOCRAT, FSEDAY, JTTNE 26, 1908
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For our Annual Wash Goods sale, per yard
Suitings, values up tot25,c alljiow per yard,
9x12. Regular price $18.00, now each
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This will be without question the GREATEST of this store's sixteen Annual
WASH GOODS SALES. About two weeks ago the assignees of the Arnold Print
Works, the largest manufacturers of wash fabrics in the world, sold at auction in
New York City, 280,000 pieces of Wash Goods. As soon as these goods were offered
to retail merchants we went into the markets for first dioice and were among the
earliest buyers at the Twin Cities and Chicago sales. We purchased about THREE
THOUSAHED DOLLABS' worth of these goods at in many cases half price or less.
-We offer these goods to our patron? priced at the same liberal reductions as we
50c and 65c Novelties at 29c
100 pieces of Arnold's plain Silk Pongees, Silk Check, Plaid, Stripe and Figured
Voile, handsome Silk Plaided Ginghams in novel color ibledings, and Arnold's Silk
Crepes and Mulls in this season's most beautiful floral effects. Not a piece of these
goods were made to sell under,,50c, some (55c. ..Ycur choice at our Jung, sale for
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29Cents
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imported Ginghams, fancy Voiles,'Arnold's
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8,000 Yds Wash Goods Worth Up to 40c, at 18c
200 styles of new this season's plaid and striped woven Madras, Scotch Tissues,
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JVash Goods Worth Up t^ 35c for 15c
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100 pieces of Novelty Voiles, figured Silk Organdies and Woven Tissues in this
lot are materials we have sold this season at 35c.r No question but that they are
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Staple Every Day Materials at Less Than Mrs. Prices
1^1 4,000 yards of 'best quality printed Batistes, Arnold's Swisses and superfine
"Dimities, printed shrunk Cotton Suitings, regular prices all season, 18 and 20 cents.
121-2 Cents
Marvelous Values at 10 Cents
10,000 yards of silk striped Organdies, figured Batistes, dark Voiles, woven TW|||j
sues, best domestic Ginghams and Arnold's wool finished 36-inch light and dark
10 Cents
June Sale of Carpet Sizts Rugs
$14.50
staple, oriental and floral designs, iatl lull 9*12 sizes that we have sold alwoji at
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20 lt-wire five-frame tapestry brussels rugs in floral and oriental patterns,sizes
lAxminster and Velvet rugs of the best makes in handsome colorings, in
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Two Wonderful Bargains in
Embroideries
It is not everyday nor every year that we- can give
values in Embroideries such these. You can well afford
to 'buy a year's supply1 ahead..
,2,000 yardB finest quality Swiss, Nainsook and Muslin
Embroideries in edges, bands, insertions and galloons, val
ues up to 75 c, for per yard
25 Cents
1,000 yards highest grades of Swiss Embroidery on all
the different weight cloths, in flouncings, edges, wido bauds
and insertions, values up to $1.25, for per yard
50 Cents
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Two Bed Spread Bargains
full size, full bleached, good weight croohet Bed
Spreads, with deep heavy fringe and cut corners, a (regular,
$2.00 quality for this sale each
$1.45
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fsflOO Bed Spreads, same as above only without fringe^
regular $1.26. quality tor this sale each
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$1.00
Extra Values in Table linens
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Silver bleached, two yards wide, all pure linen Table Dam-^fi
asks, never sold less than $1.25 for this sale per yard
Ladies Ready-toWear at Big
Price Reductions
Ladies* Dress Skirts at $5.00
At this price we now offer 100 Skirts in 'black, brown
and navy Panama Cloths and light and dark fancy materi
als, values'up to $10.00, for each.
$5.00
Ladies' Novelty Skirts at $7.95
The Skirts offered at this price are wonderfully cheap.""
We have included at this price a large number of Voile,
Panama and Novelty cloth Skirts that Bold as high as
$16.50. Your choice during this sale each
$7.95
500 Ladies' Waists at 95c
These Waists are all new this season some are white
with all-over embroidery fronts and lace trimmed, others
are in the plain tailored styles values from $.1.25 to $2.00.
All now in one lot at choice for
95 Cents
Ladies' Coats at $5.00
50 Ladies' garments, short Jackets, 50-inch Coats and
iRain Coats, regular prices up to $12.50. Your choice now
$5.00
Ladies' and Hisses' Jackets $2.95
5Q this season's Jackets of: fancy cloths not one of
these styles was ever sold for less than $5.00.,vYour choice
at our Midsummer sale each ^irw
$2.95
|15 Ladies' Tailor Hade Suite $5.00
Don't Jump to the conclusion that these suits are "no
good" because the price is only $5.00. The styles are all
good—not an old style sleeve or skirt in the lot—the cheap-
est suit was $15.00, over^ne-ftalX^
They won't last long at 1
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ILaf them were $25.00.
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