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About The Springfield news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1916-2006 | View Entire Issue (March 28, 1918)
TIITJItSDAY, MARCH 28, 1018
THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
Monster Money I
The Cold Blooded Facts Are We Must Raise Money.
We are sorry this condition exists. We are sorry we are unable to take the profits we are entitled to; especial
ly just at this time, just at the beginning of the spring season, just at a time when our spring goods are arriving,
but it matters not to the buying public why this is necessary. We are asking no sympathy. All you are inter
ested in is, how much money you can save. This we are going to leave to G. W. Kennett. We have placed
our entire stock in his hands. He has signed an agreement with us to raise us $3000 by Saturday night, April
13th. We have placed no reserve on the prices" he shall make. It is up to him to raise the money. Every
thing in our entire stock will be included in this slaughter of prices. Wolf &. Miller, Springfield, Oregon.
Sale Opens 1 M M Sale Will Close
Fn. Morning, Mar. Z9 B B: Sat Night, April 1
At y:u o uiocr I m mm B COME EVERY DAY
What This Sale
pie of Springfield.
Coming just at this time,
just at the opening of the
spring season means a
wonderful saving. Now
is the time everyone is
interested in their spring
buying. The class of
goods carried by this well
known firm, the stock
being complete, hun
dreds of dollars' worth
of spring goods already
is in stock.
New goods arriving every day,
all will be included in this mighty
slaughter of prices.
The manner in which this sale,
will be conducted, the reputation of
this well konwn firm back of every
transaction, every article sold posi
tively guaranteed, is bound to make
this a sale that will long be remembered.
(P v , -
We Must Have
We Are Going
to Get Them
We Have the Goods
JM - Will Sell Them ' M
Will Be Included In
Men's heavy log. shoes
Men's med. heavy shoes
Men's dress shoes
Men's Eng. walk, shoes
Men's tennis shoes
Men's work shirts
Men's dress shirts
Collars, ties, hosiery
In fact everything car
ried in a first-class shoe
and Gent's furnishing
It has always been the policy
of this firm to carry nothing but the
very best merchandise obtainable,
and most of this stock was bought
before the 'extreme advance hi pri
ces. All will be priced for quick
selling for the money must be raised.
I have signed a contract with Wolf & Miller to raise for them $3,000 by Saturday night, April 13th.
I realize what this means. I realize that drastic meacures must be used to accomplish this. I realize'that prices must be made that will force the buying. They
have turned over their entire stock to me, have placed no reserve on the prices I shall make, so the cost of the goods will be forgotten. Prices will be made that
will astonish you. Everything will be included. This will be your opportunity to supply your wants for the entire season. Goods will be displayed for your con.
venience and marked in plain figures. Everything possible will be done to make this sale the greatest sale ever given in Springfield, for I am going to fulfill my
agreement. G. W. KENNETT, in Charge of Sale
WOLF & MILLER
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