Pauls Valley Democrat. (Pauls Valley, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 6, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 27, 1911 Page: 3 of 8
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PAPLtt VALLKY DEMOCRAT. THURSDAY. APRIL 27, L911
Big Bankrupt Sale
$24,000.00 stock on sale at half price, or 50 cents on the dollar. We have got to sell these goods quick
Prices will talk in this sale. Dollars will do wonders, One dollar will do the duty of two. The prices we
will make, will interest every merchant in Garvin county, we could sell them at the prices we are making youj
No merchant will be allowed to take all of any lot of goods. These bargains will be dtlivered around to
our customers and our loss will be your gain. We have bought these goods cheap and for twenty days we
will sell them at half their real value. This stock has no cheap shoddy goods in it A. H. Stephens only
handled good high class merchandise, He was only in business twelve months and nothing in this store is
over one year old. We have thousands of dollars worth of new spring goods, and several thousand dollars
worth of winter goods, all will be on sale. This entire stock and fixtures is for sale. Everything will be
tagged and the sale price marked in plain figures.
Sale Begins on Friday, April 28th, 1911
Mens', Boys' and
Ladies' Shoes a 11
new and up to date
styles, the brands
we have are the best
made, Hanan, Rals-
ton, M. D. Wells,
Peters, Queen Qual
lty and such makes
as these. We only
have $7,000.00 in
shoes, that is as
much as some stores
| have in whole stock
' That is too many
shoes for one store.
We have every kind imaginable
$1'200 worth of mens Ralston and Hanan low
cuts, tan, black, patent, gun-metal, grey and ox-
blood—button or lace. Every pair at A. H,
Stephens cost. We quote you only a few ot the
many good things in shoes.
75-pair of mens $3.50 and $4 shoes, patent leather
all good brands, shoes that we only have one or
two pairs of a kind, choice of this lot for $2.50
75 pair of low cuts, same kind, broken lots tan,
black, all sizes, 3 50 and $4.50 shoes, (jjn Crt
choice per pair fli- ull
84 soft and easy work shoes for men, come in tan, black,
and green, white rawhide soles, never sold for (jjl 7C
less than 82.50, on sale while they last (|) I ■ I U
48 pair men's black gun metal dress shoes, cap fljl I C
toe, the same every store sells for 82, on sale f I ■ rli
Men's $6.50 Hanon law cut ehoice of tan kid, CjA CH
gun metal or patent leather never sold under 86 QTiUu
85000.00 in mens
high class, Hart,
Shafner & Marx
and Sterling cloth
ing on sale at half
i t s value. W e
have a big line
and the prices are
low enough to in
duce any man to
buy a suit and put
it away !f he don't
need one now.
We have winter
and summer suits
and all go in the
sale. Nothing re-
served, all mark
ed in plain figures
and the knife has
been used to cut
Mr- Price down.
If you haven't the
money, borrow it
and get a suit.
We have about 25
youths and young
men's suits, coat
and pants, these
are carried over
summer suits to
fit from 15 years
old to men's 38
price was $7.50
500 pair men's work shoes, ever pair reduced 50c to $1.00
on the pair.
We have no slippers in this stock.
200 pair ladies $2.00 shoes on sale (I
while they last (|
100 pair ladies $2.50 shoes on sale (I
while they last -ll
300 pair of other styles, all cut in same proportion. A
full line of barefoot sandles for children, infants and ladies.
A full line of childrens shoes.
Men's, Ladies' and Childrens' Hosiery
Men's hole proof sox also cut for sale, tan or black |U
socks worth 15c, on sale at... —— I 2u
Better grades are put on sale at reduced prices.
300 men's odd vests all sizes and qualities, some QCn
out of $15.00 to $25.00 suits, choice of entire lot UUU
and $8.50, this sale price will be per
50 men's $15,00 wool suits in this sale
75 men's $20.00 wool suits in this sale
75 men's $22.50 and 825.00 wool suits in this
sale for $15.00 and
300 other suits, all good values, every one worth double
what we ask lor them. If it's clothing you need we can
suit you. Men's suits from 82 50 up.
MEN'S WASH COATS
Thin and cool, Stephens $2.50 and 83.00 coats
in this sale each.
Men and Boys Underwear
25c and 35c underwear 20c a garment. Better grades all
cut to manufacturers cost. Knee drawers and long drawers,
short sleeves or long sleeves. Men's pajamas and night
shirts also in this sale.
We have .%0 pair
pants, all makes and
new styles, good run
of sizes, every pair
put in this sale at,
just what they cost
A. H. Stephens.
Men's Work Pants
Men's summer pants
small blue checks, with
belt and turn up on
pants, sold everywhere
for 81 to $125
on sale now Uub
Men's summer work
pants, yellow or tan,
also brown, mtn's and
youths $1 and 1.25
grade for per pair
Headlight overall, every oue knows that they are the best
union made overalls on the market and are worth
$1.25 per pair, on sale
Suit, coat and pants, go in this sale at $1.75
John B. Stetson hats, No-Name
and Hawes are the brands in stock
We have all the new
and staple shapM.
You can save from
50c to $1.50 on any
hat you may w*nt
and get the very best
brands made. Every
hat in this stock will
be sold at Stephens
150 men and boys
$3 hats at tech
500 men's 50 neckties on sale, choice any tit
in the hou e..
Big line of shirt waists, skirts, ready-made dresses, corsets,
hose, coats, vest, gloves. Novelties of every kind.
This mammoth sale will start on Friday morning, April 28th, and will last twenty days. Wu will sell hundreds of dollars
worth of goods. Many of the lots will all go in the first ten days, lhere is plenty of good® for' the whole_ twenty day®,
$24 000 00 in all We have received many lots of goods that were never opened, goods that were in the depot when this s
was closed thes all go in this sale. We will not have space to quote many prices. We will be able to save you money on
any thing you need. Our selling price will be in no case higher than the goods cost Stephens. No merchant can buy goods
in a regular way and sell them at cost, but when these goods are sold at cost we will then have a nice clean profit °" ^rn-
This is a case where we profit on the misfortune of the manufacturers who will only get 40 cents on the $1 00 for■tht.i
goods This is no fake sale, it is a genuine feast of bargains. If you iail to come to this sale you lose money. I ut. e'e';
thing down and come to this sale. Everything will be sold for spot cash. No books, no charging to any one. Cash is
■THE A. H. STEPHENS' STOCK
On the Corner Miditower's Old Stand
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Lasater, Wayne H. Pauls Valley Democrat. (Pauls Valley, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 6, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 27, 1911, newspaper, April 27, 1911; Pauls Valley, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc118357/m1/3/: accessed January 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.