Cleveland County Enterprise. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 30, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 25, 1912 Page: 7 of 10
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Have You Read Ihe Rules
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and durable book
case try a Macey
None better and
few as good.
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CARPETS and HUGS
We have just received our
spring shipment of carpets
and rugs, consisting of all
the latest styles, with pri-
ces to suit the times.
We have an elegant line of
parlor suits in both Golden
1. M. Jackson
furniture and undertaking
Sold very very reasonable. Ladies we will be glad
to show you the new ones.
You can dress for Half at Backers.
Educator shoes handled only by us.
This shoe allow the foot to grow as natuu-
intended. The home of good shoes. ^
50c men's heavy fleeced shirts and ^ ^
"Blue Label" a splendid overall
39c quality choice
Hats and Caps
.1 no. B. Stetson hats
*1.rui Silk Caps
$1.50 Leather Gaps
Ladie's Knit Underwear
Medium weight union suits good $1,60
The Publishers and Merchants Prize Contest is
now in progress and will continue until the 11th of
May at 6 o'clock. The rules governing the con-
test will be found on the opposite page. Don't fad
to read every word of it.
Cleveland County Enterprise
The Biggest and Best Newspayer in Cleveland County
Besides receiving the best paper in the county,
which contains good live news, also Original Edi-
torials, you recieve votes, which will help you, your
daughter, organization or a friend win an elegant
piano or other valuable premium.
The contest is different toother piano contests
or premium offerings, as every one who gets as
many as twelve subscriptions to the Enterpr.se re-
ceives a valuable premium FREE.
Remember the candidate who receives the
largest number of votes by Feb. 8 will receive a
$12.00 gold handle umbrella as a special prize.
Cleveland County Enterprise
Are You Calling for Votes
in This Big Piano Contest?
Are you a candidate?
Have you a friend that is a candidate.
Why not help yourself to a $350.00 piano or help your
0r We ottered this contest to increase our sales, to get more
business. Regardless of the cost of this contest we w.U cont.nue to sell
at the same low prices:
To The Candidates:
To increase your vole it will pay you to sell due bills. Call on
,h£ ,ratRemember'we1 Ire" W our Aluminum Bakery DisMor
J40.00 in trade and 48c, which should help you get new trade. W«
quote our prices to be as cheap or cheaper, Quahty Cons.d red, than any
place in town, in other words we lead in prices, others follow.
$(>.00 all wool blankets
£:i.50 wool knap a few left
Some of Our Specialties This Week Are
Come to Rueker's, we have a seoret to tell you, "ask for word "
There Is something at Rueker's you should know about.
You must admit when you see our goods that the genuine prioe
reductions aro even greater than they appear in the paper.
liiirhour'* Sa nil ury Croc-cry
Norman's Leading Grocery
7 bars good laundry soap
Yugea 10c corn, per case
14-lbs pink beans
EXTRA SPECIALS IN CHINAWARE
Salads at 60c to $1.00 go at only
Salads from $1.25 to $2.00 go at only
$2.50 Salads go at only
Space won't permit us to price further, but be sure and get your
votes and vote for your favorite candidate.
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Fox, J. O. Cleveland County Enterprise. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 30, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 25, 1912, newspaper, January 25, 1912; Norman, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc108331/m1/7/: accessed March 24, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.