The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 177, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 16, 1907 Page: 2 of 8
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The Shawnee News
TUESDAY, JULY 16. 1907.
40c Per Month
Regular I Oc Fast
for ladies this
Topsy Silk Lisle
Hose 50c value
this week pair
On every article in the store for one week. It's hard to realize just the extent of such a sweeping reduc=
tion, goods that sell for $1.00 this week 75c, goods that sell for 10c this week 7 i=2c, goods that sold for 4c,
this week 3c, and so on through the entire store. We quote you below a few prices which will give you a
realizing sense of how the stock has been cut and slashed for the
Biggest Bargain Week Ever Given in Shawnee
2,0C0 y.irds of dark Calico worth
1 egtilar 7c yard. This week 5iC
5,000 yards unbleached Muslin,
regular 6c grade. This week 4iC
3,000 yards unbleached Muslin,
regular 8£c. This week 6iC
3,000 yards blenched Muslin, reg-
ular 10c. This week 7ic
3,000 yards bleached Muslin, reg-
ular 12£c. This week 9^C
lo'ofO yards Outing Flannel, reg-
ular 12c grade. This week
All Linen Huck Towels with bor
ders, regular Tic grade. This week,
All Linen Huck Towels, extra
size, regular 15c grade. This week,
each || ic
2,000 yds. Amoskeag Apron Ging-
hams, the Hie grade, this week yd 6iC
Men's black hose, regular 15c
sellers. This week IliC
Men's black hose, the 10c kind.
This week he
Men's 4 ply all linen collars, regu-
lar 15c grade. This week, each . II >C
Ladies' knit vests, sold regular at
10c. This week, each ,7*c
Men's 50c shirts and drawers, Bal-
briggan. This w ek, each 37iC
Men's 25c sh:rts and drawers.
This week I9c
Men's regular $1.00 shirts go this
week at 75c
Men's regular 75c shirts go this
week at 5 6 i C
Men's regular 50c shir s go this
week at 374c
Men's regular $15.00 all wool suits
go this week at.... $11.25
Men's regular $12.00 suits go this
week at $9 00
Men's regular $10.00 suits go this
week at $7.50
Men's regular $9.00 suits go this
week at $6.75
Ladies' Kid Oxfords, regular $3
kind. This week $2.25
Ladies' hand turned shoes, regu-
lar $2 50 grade. This week - $| gg
Men's $4.00 shoes, both high top
and Oxfords, this week go at - $3.00
Now is your time to buy frhoes.
Make your purchases for Fall now and
We just got in a big line of Men's
Fall and Winter Hats. These are to
be sold this week at 25 percent discount
Men's $5.00 Hats 3.75
Men's $4.00 Hats 3.00
Men's $3.00 Hats 2.25
Men's $2.00 Hats |. 50
Men's $1.00 Hats 75c
Ladies' Lawn Waists, beautifully
trimmed with lace and insertion
Regular $4.00 waists, this week 3 00
Regular $3.00 waists, this week 2.25
Regular $2.00 waists, this week |.50
Regular $1.00 waists, this week 75c
We have an elegant line of Ladies'
Skirts which we include in this sale,
some of them just received, the newest
fall patterns. Come in and look at
We have a few remnants left from
our Remnant Sale. The.se will all go
at one-fourth off the marked price.
This sale lasts only one week—do not confuse this sale with others. This is a strictly bona fide saving
for you. No goods charged, sent on approval or exchanged during this sale. Come in early as possible
before the stock is broken and your size gone==you cannot afford to miss being here for your dollars do
the work of two all this week.
Dry Goods Store
Regular 15c Fast Black
Topsy Hose for la- 111P
dies, this week pr IHU
Topsy Silk Lisle Hose '
75c value this
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The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 177, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 16, 1907, newspaper, July 16, 1907; Shawnee, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106463/m1/2/: accessed February 25, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.