Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1938 · Page 16
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 8, 1938
Page 16
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PAGE EIGHT KOBSttTH nftttMTY APVAMOB. At/KttlA, IOWA And What A Sate You Are You Win... ... We Lose The weatherman put all his eggs in YOUR basket. With the greater values this season we should have doubled our last year's sales. The weather man said NO, so YOU WIN". Follow The Crowds! Thousands of Smart Shoppers Can't be Wrong! Quick to recognize the sincerity of our UNLOADING SALE appeal, you are responding as we were certain you would, to a TRULY great opportunity to SAVE REAL MONEY on the kind of apparel all men and boys like. IT'S 150 MILES TO ANOTHER STOCK OF NEW '38 GOODS LIKE THE HUB NOW OFFERS Sale of FLORSHEM Shoes $3.87 .... $3.07 :: $2.77 .... $2.29 FREEMAN $5.00 New Fall Oxfords . FREEMAN $4.00 New Fall Oxfords _. STRATFORD $3.50 New Fall Oxfords _. ECONOMY $2.95 New Fall Oxfords _. Men's 4-Buckle ALL RUBBER ARCTICS Converse First Quality New and Fresh 1.59 Men's 1 6 in. all leather Boots You've Never Seen so Much Boot for the Money 2.98 Men's Heavy Knit Union Suits Combed yarn, knit on spring needle machine—long sleeves, ankle length, sizes 36 to 50 67c We're Playing Santa-And How! OUR REGULAR FRIGES ARE SALE PRICES FOR MOST STORES. AT THESE PRICES YOU SAVE PLENTY Gome to the one and only e of the Quality Merchandise you will be proud to wear. No Deception—No Trickery Just a plain, .honest statement of tk true conditions as you know them to be. Here's A Knockout! One Lot of MEN'S OVERCOATS 7.75 Siz.es 36 to 44—good heavy weight double breasted models, most of them From All Over This Section of The State Every Day Our Store is Crowded With Smart Buyers Thrifty Buyers Who Eecognize That at the Hub's Sale They Get HONEST VALUES in Standard '38 Merchandise Well worth the regular prices, but NOW SLAUGHTEBED because of the unseasonably warm weather this fall and too liberal buying-on our part. Sale Continues Until this Big Stock Melts to Normal Plenty of Goods For All—No Disappointments Men's Suede Leather JACKET :!» , Nice clean skins— zipper style 4-19 Men's All Wool Lumber JACKET 2. Boys' Heavy Fleece Lined Unionsuits sizes 6 to 16, a regular 79c value, but it goes at 59c Save Now on Your Christnm Gifts- Be Safe with Hub Quality! Men's Railroad Style Winter Caps Boys' Hvy. Weight Ribbed Union Suits sizes 6 to 16,75c value Men's Heavy Fleeced, Union Suits 89c Heavy v Silver Fleece Sweat Shirts 67c Boys' Suits A dandy lot, values to $10, ages 6 to 14 yrs. 6.65 Men's Heavy Woolen. Work Sox 9c PAJAMAS, Men's fancy values to $1.65 98c MEN'S TIES, in one lot, values to 65c, choice 29c Men's Blanket Lined Denim Jackets sizes 36 to 50, $2 value L49 Men's Mud Rubbers Converse make Big-X First quality, $1 value 69c MEN'S SUIT PRICES SLAUGHTERED We know you'll wonder how we do it. But we know that^to move our gigantic stock we must cut prices deep. You Pocket the Difference Hart Schaiiner & Marx Suits at Unheard o§ Prices] $40.00 Suits Sale Price WHY BUY CHEAP CLOTHES ? $35.00 Suits Sale Price $30.00 Suits Sale Price $29.45 mm^^^^^^m Men's Overcoats Nearly Given Away Every One Sold Exactly as Advertised—Double Breasteds—Dark Patterns—All High Grade Goods Drastic Price Cuts on Men's Topcoat STREAMLIlfE TOPCOATS 11.1 to $22.50 values ALL WOOL Overcoats All At Sale Prices $12.75 Values to $20.00 NEW WOOL AND MOHAIR Overcoats All at New Low Prices $16.75 Values to $22.60 RICH NEW DON-GORA Overcoats k All at Unheard of Prices $21.45 Advertised Nationally ^ $30,00 KNITTEX TOPCOATS 'National $30 value at,.__, ,. 19.4 One nice lot nationally adver STRATBUBY TOPCOATS Values to, In,] mVPiV "(WBP ^^W^^^ i ^^^^^^IBlp^ ™ ^HBMP^ ^IB!|^BWWP v ^^^^^^^^ ^^p^^ flillr il^^B ^^^^H ^^^^^^^^^1 tcriVL- .>T»I_J.!-•_-* XT»__' -Jf TLT il. r 99 ~ ^^ ^^^P " The Clothing C$rmr of North lorn''

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