Yale Democrat (Yale, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 17, Ed. 2 Friday, December 18, 1914 Page: 4 of 15
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Under no circumstances
can you afford to miss this
great clearing sale.
Entire Stock on Sale at a
Saving to You of One-Third
With business greater, and stocks larger than ever before we must clean up and get our stock down to its proper level before invei
Coats, Skirts and Waists, Dress Goods, Silks, Shoes and Furnishings with an over abundance of style and quality are offered. We are prac
garment that you looked at last wee k is among this group. Our chain of many stores has that great buying power which directly spelh
imited amount of business. TEST OUR PRICES DURING THIS GREAT SALE AND PROVE THESE THINGS.
THE: CHRISTMAS STORE OF
Regular 50c pure silk hose, Loot length, in black white and QQ —
the iashonublu colors; reinforced heel and toe, a pair.............vwU
$15.00 Broadcloth Winter Coats
Beautifully trimmed with rich vlevet, a new belted flare model, il-
lustrated. A positive $ to value for $995. Another model is of
rich, lustrous plush, with large, fur collar, and still an-
other is of caracal with moufiiu collar. Regular$15 values
Plush and Fancy Coats
75c table linen, 01 "jo 75
inches wido, at
50c table linen,
15c Ribbon will sell
18 pices of curtain goods, sold
up to 50c, will sell
DRESSES, FROCKS AND GOWNS »Uc table linen
Afternoon and street, frocks of serge, velvet, gaberdine, crepe de
chine and combinations—-some fur trimmed. Were pricedAQ 0072 inch table linen, all pure
$16 00, now
Street frocks, dance (rooks, business frocks and afternoon Q iC
I’reet. in mmiv cKirmilio materials Wer» .*12 50 now jlQ.HJ
lihen, $1.00 quality
18 pieces of Crepe de Chene,
sold at $1.50, sale
Dress Goods and Silks
Splendid all wool serges at 89c. Ordi-
narily they sell for 50c and 75c. We
count them exceptional values at that,
price, all 8(5 inches wide, in blue, brown,
ent ire 1 v
and F r i -
18, we wi 11 •
sale ove r
5000 pa i r
of shoe s .
worn e n
bought before the gre
Read a few of the (
during this great sale.
More than 800 pairs
and laces in patents,
shoes sold up to $2.50,
black, red, grey, and tan, and be* 00Q
assured that they are all wool, at
275 pair of ladies’ shoe
well known makes sold
your choice at
260 psirs of ladies sho
to $8.00, will be sold
HANDKERCHIEFS, NECKWEAR, GLOVES, HOSIERY, BLOUSES,
South Main Street,
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Brooks, John S. Yale Democrat (Yale, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 17, Ed. 2 Friday, December 18, 1914, newspaper, December 18, 1914; Yale, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1136630/m1/4/: accessed February 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.