Pauls Valley Democrat. (Pauls Valley, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 12, 1911 Page: 4 of 10
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PAULS V'ALLRY DEMOCRAT, THURSDAY, JANUARY 12. 19H
Winter Goods Must Go
E have invoiced everything in the store. We find we have to many goods in some lines
not salable in spring ,nd summer. This is to be a late spring and the winter is aU before yet, tf
the weather prophets are correct, we are to have some very cold and bad weat , } wmner
<&°\ warm winter clothes and we have some for you. If you haven't bought every thing you ^
for we are going to cut all winter goods, that are not saleable all year to where you can save -
cent on every dollar you spend.
We haze 36 Ladies Suits left, all fine all-
wool Fabian made suits. We had 300
suits and now have 36 left. W " i'.re going
to sell them. The price now will induce
many a customer to take a suit that would
not buy gone earlier in the season. Ihe
clean up price:
40.00 Suits now on sale - $23-09
35.00 " " " " 17.50
25.00 " " 44 " 13 50
20.00 " " " " 10 00
15.00 " " " " 8.50
10.00 " " " " 6.00
Remember we have 36 suits, and when you
can buy a suit for only a dollar or two
higher than the price of a skirt. I hat is
the time to buy. Fatian suits are all guar-
We have a few cloaks left—some very fine
ones and some medium and cheap ones, Old
will be cheap.
Children's 3.00 Cloaks now SI .50
" $2 and 2.50 cloak now 1-00
Misses Cloaks at half price
Wool dress goods for one week at actual
cost. Our entire line including Merges,
Panamas, Poplin, Mohair, Broadcloth,
Fancy Suitings, everything in the line.
We have accumulated a big lot of . em-
nants during the fall rush. We will nnw
have them all taged and readv to sell
at about Vi price; each piece will be marked
with number of yards and piece price, every
ineaure and quality guaranteed to be
first class and correct. These remnants
will consist of any and all classes of goods
any remnant in the house, from silk to
outing will be put in sale. Some red hot
and v°ry low prices on every day needs.
20UU yards light weight Outing vey suita-
ble for quilt lining; a cloth we have sold all
season at 6c; clean up sale price 4c, ^"i
25 yards for $ I
10c and 12 %c outing, the very best made,
dress styles or skirt styles, *11 ^
while they last I 2w
The best Calicoes made, choice 5c
LL Domestic £c
10c Socks while they last 5c, KAll
or per dozen
We sell Schwab's high grade clothing and
every one knows that a Schwab is a first
Schwab 25.00 suits, clean up sale $1 6.50
« 20.00' " " " " 15.00
« 15.00 " " " " 11.00
Boys suits what we have left at actual cost.
We can save you 50c to 1.50 pair on any
pants we have.
5.00 Cloaks now
10.00 " "
12.00 " "
15.00 " " ;
Better ones same proportionate
Men's heavy fleeced lined shirts and draw-
ers; 50c goods at one-half price;
or 50c per suit.
Boys same as above, per suit
Men's Hats, Shoes, Overcoats, Wool Shirts
and everything in winter clothing at a great
saving to you.
We Are Now Receiving Spring Goods
We are now showing a handsome line of new spring Ginghams, new line of 1911 styles of ladies fine
slippers. In 30 days we will have a full line of spring goods.
This clean up sale will begin Thursday, 12th, and last 10 days. If you need anything we don't need
you can have it cheap—come in and see for yourself. We will exchange time with you and post you on
prices that will clean up our winter goods.
The reliability ofa store should be your first thought *
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Lasater, Wayne H. Pauls Valley Democrat. (Pauls Valley, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 12, 1911, newspaper, January 12, 1911; Pauls Valley, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc118345/m1/4/: accessed September 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.