Pauls Valley Sentinel (Pauls Valley, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 6, 1905 Page: 7 of 16
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H the night of the 27 of March during the heavy rain-storm, a portion of the roof of our store was blown
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*' sV-^ Beginning Monday morning April 17th 1905, and to continue ten days, we have decided in order to move this
stock quick, to cut the price.
- In;,niany-instances we will cut the price 50%. This will bs the greatest opportunity ever offered the people of
Pa&s \>Uey£nd Vicinjty tb buy goods ai less than they cost t d manufacture. Thfc is an instance where our loss will
be fki% gain.; The stock.dimaged by water includes ginghams.-percales, ladies and children's hose, lawns dimities,
ladtffe' and children's underwear, men's shirts and underwear, men's and ladies shoes, slippers, hats, men s and
boyaiclothing and pants. Tn2 biggest dim'ige done by water was done to boxes and cartoons, but we cannot afford to
carry-this'-stock piled up-iri the store.
r | rOOQ-yards calico, ird go and light blues, leds and silver grays fancy dress stj les, black and white and shirting
' stylel N&e our^alicos are damaged, in fact this calico is brand new. But we have decided to put all we have into
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Men's Suits and pants; Boys' Cclthing
;A Big line of this stock got wet and will be sacrificed
in this sale. By making your purchase now in this de-
partment, you can save from
Dry floods I Dry Goods!
.^Calico, ^y.riumfcfer of yar<£s 3 30 yards
" 500 ya^s hjeached domestic regular 10?
V.* V quality-slightly wrinkled per"'. yard
' Jndia Lfoon31 0? Quality. Sbm&; of-it has
V —, be^nv&t oritjie edge. H this sale
^200 yardk oil'doth worth 25r we iflsecTthis to
. spreajd oV«r the goods during- tke rain
fn' this sale per yard - - -
20 to 50 per cent
IpOO yard$ assorted; colors . fancy percale
?10c^ Quality. \Fhey have been w^t but
• • being'if ast^fcolofs are not J$herwjse H 1
: - damaged. This sale per yard I I L\t
|Shpes and Slippers
v -Seme of our very '.best shoes and dippers will go in this
' sale, although they arevnot really damaged. The boxes got
wet and in some eases we have no boxes, for them. By
• making your purchaseS'during this safe, you save from
20 to 30 per cent
Ladies' Muslin Underwear
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" A very Tittle of this pnderwear was wet, but we have just
bought the entire sample line of one of the largest manu-
facturers in the country. . We put the whole line in this
- «$ale at a saving to you of from
30 to 50 per cent
Men's Shirts and Undearwear
About 150 shirts go in this sale at a saviig to you of
from 25 to 50 per cent
Remember these prices only apply to present stock. If
you fail to take advantages of these prices or do not come
early, it will be your fault. When the present stock is ex-
hausted there will absolutely be no duplicates. This will
be the greatest sale ever recorded in Pauls Valley. Come
expecting to take your time to look for what you want.
We have been unable in this space to tell you about
half that will be on sale.
Remember also, that with every dollar's worth of goods
bought from us for cash we give a ticket which entitles the
holder to participate in the drawing which takes place
May 1. 1905. The prices are as follows:
Prize No. 1. 1 John Deer Walking cultivator - - $25.00
" " 2. 500 lbs High ptaent flour - - - 15.00
" " 3. 1 Man's suit of clothes ----- 12.00
" u 4. 1 John B. Stetson Hat - - - - - - 5.00
" " 5. 1 Lady's silk Waist pattern - - - - 4.00
" " 6. 1 Pair Lady's Dorothy Dodd Shoes
or slippers - -- -- -- - 3.50
u " 7. 10-yard pattern Organdie - - - 3.00
The F reeman Sipes Co,
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Corner Wall Street and McClure Avenue
Pauls Valley, Ind. Ter.
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