I Illl Sensational Re-Organization Sale! 3O°>°5O On the Dollar It will be the talk of the town because Dolaway's bargains are genuine This $75,000 Re-Organization Sale is being held to settle the estate of the late Sol Bacharack, my partner, treasurer of this company, who died January 9th of this year. We must settle with the heirs, as you know we do not have the money and we do not want to borrow it, if we could, so we must sacrifice this large stock of Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter merchandise. Sale starts Saturday morning at 8 o'clock. Don't all try to come the first day as our store is rather small and we have plenty of bargains for every day next week. But be sure and come one of the 10 days of the sale and share in the great savings. J. W. DOLOWAY, President. One Lot Men's Suits, up to $19.50, Sale ......... .50 $24.50 Men's and Young Men's Suits, Sale $1 A.OO 111 Doloway's Special Emby Made Hand Tailored Suits $|Q.SO $1^.00 $JA.OO Mohair and Palm Beach Suits $7-50 For Men and Young Men, 33 to 50. Long, Stout and Regular 7 $19.50 All Wool Topcoats. . . . $7-50 7 $39.50 Llama Cloth Topcoat, $| Q.50 $24.50 and. . . l«f Grey, Tan and Brown $29.50 Men's Gray Topcoats $ at ............. 16 .50 Men's $45 Gaberdine Suits $ at 21 .95 Greatest Reductions On Men's Furnishings $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.! $2.69 $2.19 89c 94c $2.95 $4.00 Light Summer Punts Men's $4.!)5 Wool Knlckera Men's Linen $3.1)5 Knickers Men's $1.(1U Pajamas Men's $1.30 AVork Pants Men's $l'.95 Dress Pants Men's $0.95 to $9.50 Suit Punts 49u and B9c Shorts and fl»-| A A Shirts, 85c. or 3 for *PA.W Silk Shirts and Shorts, 73o and Meu's Good Heavy Weight Shirts, 15 to 20 Men's $0.50 Fancy Sport fl»-| Coats "P- 1 * Mens up to $1.95 Sweaters Brave-man Fine Blue Chitmhray, 2- Pocket, Full Cut Shirts, t)0c, or 2 for 50c Men's Imported Wool Golf Socks, cocoa, green, blue, tan, black and garnet, !9'/i to 12. $1.09, $1.39 95C and All 25c Socks, Beacon white foot_and plain black. 6 pairs ~ for ••. Police and Postman Plain Black Hose, 15c, or 7 prs Uncle Sum's Work Socks, !)c, or 12 pairs for 39o Silk Rayon Hose, 6 pairs for Men's and Young Men's Polo Shlrls Fancy $1.89 Sweat QQst Shirts 057U Men's $3.95 Wool Sport Coats Men's Swimming Suits While Duck Pants White Sailor Pants $1.48 Men's Zipper Shirts The Famous Brave-man Shirts, blue, tan, black, polka dot and black and white stripe, 14 to 18 neck. Sale fTQ>» price, each * ** ^ I lot Neckband Shirts, IS'/i to 14'/a. $2.95 to $4.95 values. Sale price $1.95 to $3.95 Collar on Shirts. Sale price 95u Grey Onelda Union Suits, 77c, or 2 for $1.18 Lawrence First Quality Grey Union Suits Weatherman Olio Balbrlggan First Quality Union Suits. Sale price '. $2.39 39c $1.00 95c 99c Men's Knee Length Athletic Union Suiti. Sale price, 44c, or 2 85 C Wool Bathing Suit*, for men, women, boys and girls. S1.05 and Ladles' 2-Plece All Wool Swimming; Suits, fancy red, black, yellow, green and blue Men's $4.80 Office Coats Signal $1.05 Tub Tested, First Quality vShlrts, 2 loose fl»-| Kf\ uollar. J&J..OU Men's 60o and 79c Shirts and Drawers, grey and cream Wright's $4.95 All Wool fl»O Kf\ Union Suits, llrst uuallty .. «PO.tPV $1.50 Save On Your HAT Struw Hats, $1.48 to $1.95 values. Sale price Felt Hats, up to ffi-g $3.95 values «pX. Men's (Japs, up to $2.00 values. Sale price Boys' $1.95 JSasy Back Wool Knee Pants Boys' $1.00 Polo Shirts Boys' Golf Socks, ~| €}f» 39c, 29c and J-lJ«-» BIG SAVINGS ON BOYS' CLOTHING Boys' 4-piece Suits, up to $9.85, sale Boys' 4-piece Suits, up to $18.95, sale Boys' Waists and Shirts Boys' Pull-Over Sweaters 95c, 69c, 49c Boys' Long Pants Suits, up to $12.50 sale.... Boys' Unionalls, one-piece garment 79c,69c,39c Boys' $1.48 Pajamas 95c Boys' Long Pants, $1.48 value — $1.00 This great sale will start Saturday at 8 A. M., with plenty of extra salespeople to try to take care of the crowd all day Saturday and every day next week. Plenty of bargains for every day. J. W. DOLAWAY Dolaway's Cut-Rate Clothing Store Eleventh Ave. and Fifteenth St. "Doing Business on the Square" On the Corner Eleventh Ave. and Fifteenth St. For the tint time since I opened my store on Saturday morning, July 22nd, 1922, I an having a real sale with enormous bonafide tarings on the highest grade men's and boys' clothing and furnishings to be had.
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