Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19??, February 22, 1917, Image 3

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    A n n o u n ce m e n t
Women’s Furnishings. It will be a genuine
M i& h ty M a r k e d D o w n S a le
Mr. Langhorne will close the store all day
Friday •» to mark down the stock for sale.
Doors Open and Sale will be^in a t 10
A. M. Saturday, February 24.
All of this merchandise is to be thrown in u great public sale to the
people at prices much lower than you could hope to obtain the goods lor else
dise arc advancing by leaps and bounds. The people arc hungry for goods at
B a r g a in B a lc o n y
Where Thousands of Dollars worth of Merchandise will be on sale at the
Biggest Bargain Prices ever before known. Among other things will be the
most startling Remnant Sale ever held in Tillamook when 1000 Remnants will be
thrown ont.
Remember this Bi£ Sale begins Saturday, Teb. 24
J. S. LAINGHORINC, Manager of