Covina Argus from Covina, California on May 1, 1909 · Page 8
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 8

Covina, California
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Saturday, May 1, 1909
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Commencing May I and continuing for 10 days we will sell thousands of dollars worth of the best merchandise ever offered at a sacrifice. The Spring selling, for which we have made the largest preparation in the history of our store, has not materialized. We are over stocked. Our great store is jammed from roof to cellar with goods and we need cash. These prices are only a few of those we offer. All goods charged will be at regular prices. Men's Clothing The fifty customers who have purchased their spring suits from us rcalixc tin- splendid mines we have given them. There are left, just twelve suits, which we must, sell at: once. as a new shipment is cnrotite. The qualify of the floods, the splendid tailoring and low prices will appeal to every man who appreciates a good thing. $10.00 to $30.00. Odd coats and pants at half price. All $2.50 men's pants $1.95. All $:i.OO men's pants $2.20. All men's pants $5.00. Boys' Clothing The best goods money could buy. We offer a straight discount, of 25 per cent- on all suits. All blue serge pants quarter off. All 75c pants 50c. HATS All broken sixes of men's hats $1.45. values up to $2.50. All broken sixes boys' $2.00 halm at $1.00. Our prices on straw hats are one-half less than elsewhere, PANAMA HATS A part of our shipment lost in transit. We offer Panamas at $2.95, $H.85 r $5.00. Splendid values. ACORN CLOTHES Leopold, Solomon and Eisendrath Chicago. SHOES \Ve handle only good shoes. No job lots, factory damaged or seconds. Sample shoes are always 4 15 women's and 7 B men's sixes Unit, few can wear. .Km- those \vlio can wear these sixes we offer good shoes at $2.:>0. Wo arc closing out all our W. L. Doiiblas line and offer: Men's $4.00 patent colt, shoes $15.15. Men's $.'5.50 patent colt shots $2.S5. Men's $:?.()() patent, coll shoes $2.25. Hoys' $;{.()() H.ussia calf shoes $1.25. Men's $4.00 Klk Skin shoes $:5.5(). Children's good grade vici-kid lace shoes, oak soles, sixes .11 i/o In 2 $1.-I5. Chiidren's oxford ties, black, sixes (! to 12 $1.:{5. Children's white canvas oxfords, all sixes. $1.00. Women's white canvas oxfords, only a few, sixes 4 to f!, .41 DO. vireal values in women's shoes at $1.1)5. Women's tan Ooodyear welt oxfords, very solid and sensible for girls' school wear. $2.-5. A and 15 widths women's button calf shoes, $4.00 grades, $2.00. Children's red shoes and slippers, -1 to S, $1.00. •\Y. have the newest discovery in Chrome leather. It is claimed for Chrome leather that it will wear thirteen times longer than ordinary sole leather. We do know we will guarantee our American Hoy shoe In wear one year. TABLE LINEN We are going to close out all of our mereerixed table linen, and offer Hie best <!erman goods at 45e. Special prices on all table linen. Muslin and Sheetings Tell per cent discount on all muslins, sheets, sheetings, pillow eases, towels and toweling, including Stevens' nothing reserved. This is much belter than a •.•atch-peunv price on a leW leaders. Domestics sme Closing them all out. .Prints, 5e. Outings. 4'/•;('. Oalatcas. 15c. Silkolines. lOc. Ribbons Our stock comprises a largo and splendid assortment. 200 pieces of 75c and $1.00 fancy ribbons, 25c. One-quarter off on all taffetta ribbons, except Meteor. Silks All our 20-inch China silks at 25c. ,: All our 1'ongee silks reduced. All fancy silks reduced. Men's Handkerchiefs We offer a splendid men's linen handkerchief at f! for 75c. Wash Goods Kconomy linon. 15e. All Suesine silks. 40c, and Suesines are a restricted article. They are never sold under 47!^e. We want the money—cost cuts no figure. 25c Imperial chamhreys, 15c. oMen's Underwear (iood quality balbriggan underwear. 25e. llroken lines men's underwear at 75c per suit. 1 lentherhloom skirts. $1.50. Hljiek and colored silk skirts, $4.S5. Muslin underwear, skirts, corset covers, gowns—values as you seldom see. Ard this is our last special sale, because we have something up our sleeve, which we will announce at the proper time. We are going to unload this stock just as fast as we can give the goods out, and though we have not quoted prices on every article, iu our great stock, we will make the prices satisfactory. Merchants desiring goods will find it to their advantage to avail themselves of this splendid opportunity. . ROADWELL STORES CO VINA IMPERIAL—HEMET—CALIFORNIA

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