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The Laurinburg exchange. (Laurinburg, N.C.) 1913-1992, December 07, 1916, Page 2, Image 2

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n I I RG—THIS FALL p last day of this Big Closing Farmers, Mechanics and La V that date, I will for THEIR until Sundown DECEMBER 24th. U 1 ■ - ”” 1 — * ■ ■ ■■ ■ * r I need not tell you why this sale is put on, use you can “measure my com by your half bushel.” It’s the need of money. And Necessit knows no Law. Therefore you can buy with a few dollars at this Red Sign sale more goods than at y other Store in the County. ____-_t • -_•_K_•_ * Granulated Sugar, 8 l-2c a pound. In order that all Customers can have a chance, only 3 pounds will be allowed a customer. - ' ^ ~ ^ m+m~d . *—V“ -*— -*• •“ Remember Even Article For Sale Will Be Marked ] [n Plain Figures Re gardless Of Wha It Cost Me. My Loss Will Be Yoij Cain. For 20 years we have sold the best Children’s Shoes. Your chance-is light now to prepare for the hard winter ahead of us. Skirts, Values From $2.30 t* $3-50 • Rod Tag Price $1.29 « Ladies* Fine Wool,Serge Drees Goads $1.00 Value Red Tag Price 49c Hamburg Embroidery, 10c. Val Red Tag Price 2c ' Ladies* High Top Shoes and Boots, Stealt Lot Left. $0.00 Values Red 1kg Price $2.60 Special Ladies' Shoes. Vaises $2.50 to 53.50 Bad Tag Price $1.39 Children Shoes, Special Values While They Last Red Tag Price 49c Special Let Clapp Shoes, Low Cota Red Ttag Price $4.98 Tc bay them new and pat them away UR Summer will be — 50c on your dollar Investment. Bed Comforts. The 11-50 Kind Red Tag Price 11.19 For The ^ Let Any One Pat a Stumbling Block In Your Way. e V burg, N. C. A great number of Specials in Ladies’ Fine Coat Suits and Men’s and Boys’ Overcoats will be added each week to the Big Sale*

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