The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on July 11, 1923 · Page 5
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 5

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 192.? T H E HI) TiC H INSUN N Jb. W 5>. Real Dollar Bills For Souvenirs—Thursday, Friday, Saturday A Buyers Sale To Celebrate Our Fifth Anniversary in Hutchinson Starting Thursday Morning A Crisp New One Dollar Bill To Every $10.00 Custoirier for the First Three Days. No Strings Attached. To every customer making a purchase of Ten Dollars or more, we will present with a new One Dollar Bill, made by the United States Government. This One Dollar will not be credited on what you buy from us—you will get the money and take it with you—you can spend it wherever you wish. For Thursday, Friday and Saturday only. A New One Dollar Bill with no strings attached to it. YOU DON'T NEED-TO SPEND IT HERE It's a Real Dollar. Good Any Place in the World. This thrift event affords the women of Southwest Kansas a fifteen day opportunity for unlimited economy. With total disregard for the cost of the goods, we have priced every garment in our store to appeal to women who are anxious to practice sensible economy and buy for their needs of the immediate future. EVERYTHING GOES IN THIS SALE. NOTHING IS RESERVED. You can buy your fall clothing here, now, for one- half, and less, of what it will cost if you wait. WE CAN'T DESCRIBE THESE VALUES. TO APPRECIATE OUR OFFERING YOU MUST COME AND SEE WHAT WE HAVE H O I S E R Y A» long as the stock lasts, we will sell our entire lines of "Everwear" and "As You Like It" Hosiery at these ridiculous prices. These are standard lines of the finest quality silk hose and we have sold them with satisfaction to Hutchinson customers for years. 89 c $1.39 $1.69 $ r >.39 Comparative prices are not given. You must attend this sale to appreciate the values. MILLINERY Every hat in the store is included in these.three groups. Every one of them is a high grade pattern hat of the present season, and at prices like these you cannot afford to pass them by without a careful examination. 1 Qgc $J.98 $Q.98 Comparative prices are' not given. You must attend this sale to appreciate the values. Petticoats Bloomers High quality, lustrous, radium silk petticoats and bloomers. Just what is needed foi the present. $ A .98 WASH WAISTS Dimity, Impoited Voile, Stoffel Organdie. Handsomely trimmed and of the newest patterns. ; _ $1.69 Scotch Tweed all wool knickers, $4.48. Khaki knickers, $2 .19. Comparative prices are not given. You must attend this sale to appreciate the values. T A suit is a practical and usable necessity for every woman. You will wait a long time until you see values like those we offer in this thrift sale. So buy now for your fall and winter needs. It is sensible and the economical thing to do. Three groups of high grade tailored suits in poiret twill and high grade tricotines; mostly navy. W 5$ 22 75$ 29 75 Comparative prices are not given. You must attend this sale to appreciate the values. Come Early Thursday "Raichs Skirts Heavy Rashanara Silk Crepe. Knifed and boxed pleats. These skirts have not been in our store a week—they are the latest favorites of the season—yet we include them in this great thrift event. Duplon Baronette Satin. A size and a shade to meet every repuirement for summer and fall. This group is worth many times more than we ask, but to make this sale a real one we have put on a price that is ridiculous. Comparative prices are not given. You must attend this sale to appreciate the values. Dresses Cantons and printed crepes—Paisleys—dresses for afternoon and sports wear-^-cool dresses for evening. In fact there are dresses here for every use and at prices which are truly astonishing. Don't fail to see this offering if you would be well dressed, yet with remarkable economy. Priced into three groups. $ ir 98$ 17' 98$ 22' 98 An immense stock of summer frocks in dotted Swisses, Normandies, Voiles, Linens, etc., at sacrificing prices. Comparative prices are not given. You must attend this sale to appreciate the values. Good Things Don't Last Long

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