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BURY, N. C.
They Came! They Saw! They Bought!
Give me this pair. Telephone sister, hello brother, etc.
A sigh and scene you never saw befor.
It Looks Like a Circus
They crowded and jammed the st re from front to back, A short
time longer and the sale will be over. Hurry! People, .hurry.
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$i flOri wortn Pry Goods, Coat Suits, Men's, Women's and Childrens Shoes thrown on public sate. Sale now on. It created a
lv)Vvv selling sensation. Excitement ran high. People came from thirty and forty, miles. It was hardly possible to wait on every
body. Never was such a crowd. Bargains on every counter. Good merchandise for less money. Everybody satisfied and everybody com
ing back again. That's the good word that went from mouth to mouth. J'ale is now going on. To be continued a while longer. If you
have not attended do not wait longer for you know that delays are dangerous. . Ee?d the prices below. Come, see for yourself.
The date you know,
the place,
A. W. WINECOFF,
126 S. Main St.
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Sale continues f? little 1
while longer,
A. W. WINECOFF,
126 S. Main Street.
Friends and customers everywhere are asking us to continue the Sale. Saying that it is the biggest bargain feast that they haveevhr known
on really seasonable high-grade merchandise. Therefore sale will be continued for a while longer for the benefit of the public. Those unable
to attend before now have the opportunity. We pron ised to give bargains and we fulfilled the promise. Here are a few prices:
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Good 39 inch browa domestic 5o
Big lot bait apron Gingham 5o
Ladies' vests ai;d pants.... 22c
Elegant line ladies' onion euitt
43c
God line best calicoes ...... 5c
Good line best calicoes .. 4 1-2c
Most beauliful tab!e l:nen in the
city, worth $150 yard, special
now at $1.17
Napkins to match above worth
$5.00 d zen now $3.90
Beautiful new and up-t-date ta
ble linen worth $1.00 to $1 25
ouly . -87c
Napkins to match And worth $4 CO
special $2.98
50c tuble linen 39c
25c table linfn 21c
Men's 50c work shirts, special
39c
Elegant union made overalls 89c
Spleudid lin Dress shirts worth
np to 75c now 39c
All $1 00 and $1 50 shirts now
on!y 89c
One lot men's hats worth $1 00 to
$150pt ' ... 59c
Big lot men's and boy's caps new
goods j. 21c
Big lot men'i best 50c ut.derwear
39c
Same in boys' sizes at,
22c
Ladiea's coat sui6s $10 OO.blui or
blacfc serge suits, new goods
$6.98
Good new suit . . $4.67'
Ladies', miegss' and children's
long coats special from
$1.39 and up to.. $15.98
Men's Hpavy wool hose.. . . 22c
Mf-u's Extra heavy cotton fleoce
hose. 12c
Men's good cotton hese 4c
Ladies' go d h6s9 6c
Misses' good hos9 ..7c
Ladies' silk hess .22c
Ladies' good wool gloves.". . . 15c
Children's gcod wool gloves.. IQc
E'egant blask Taffeta wor.th $1 00
yard at 69c
M-n's 50a suspsnders very
special 19c
Same in stripes 89c
Good suspenders 8c
Extra heavy suspenders... .19c
KkO GLOVES.
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Special all colors 93c
Ladies' sweaters, an immense
line .......... 89c
Children's and Misses,
and up.
39c
Big line ladies', misses' and chil
dren's aviation caps and toguea
from 15c up
Good line blankcs beginning at
34 1 2 each nd up to tha bes
Slkin make, at .$4,67
SHOES.
Shoes of all kinds at lowest prices
in city. .
Big line of flee lace curtain from
193 up to. V. ..$3,67
Boys' pants ranging in price from
43c to........ 87o
All wool dress goods worth 50o
now. . ...... 37o
All wool dress goods worth $1 00
now 69o up to 83o
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1 See! Buy!
All sizs, good style?, high grade
merchandisH. The bet that money
aud experience can buy. This U
sale ot all pales. Now going on at
this store.
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Gome! See! Buy!
Coat su'ts, coats, dress, goo.', all .
kindb staple shoee bought right
and are selling at . prices naver
known before in Salisbury. (Jome
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