The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 227, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 30, 1908 Page: 7 of 7
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THB NEWS—3 MONTH! ff.M.
TUESDAY. JUNE SO, IMS
NEWS WANT ADS PAY WELL.
This Quartette of Sales
10:30 Night of July 3rd
Aurora Bargain Store
GREAT COMBINATION OF SALES
IN HONOR OF INDEPENDENCE DAY
Remarkable Three Days
BEGINNING WEDNESDAY JULY 1ST-IINTIL FRIDAY NIGHT JULY 3RD
A Great Clothing Sale
A Bargain Silk Sale
A Clearance of Ready Made Garments A Sale of Shoes
Great Three Days Men's Clothing Sale—Wednesday, Thursday and Fridaj
The Skirts and Waists
Free and unlimited
in the house for cash for
KOc^lain Taffeta Loulslnes
39c Corded Habutai Sitka
39c Printed Pongees
50c Fancy Novelty Silks
39c Pure unadulterated Jap Silks
75c Shepherd Check SilkB
69c Corded Stripe and Check Silks.. I
76c Imported Black Taffeta
75c Black and White Block Checks..|
75c Fancy Novelty Silks
$1.00 colored Peau De Cygne
89c Heavy Novelty Taffetas
98c Guaranteed Black Taffeta....
89c Striped and Dotted Novelties.. |
89c Guaranteed Colored Taffetas..
50 styles of nice Lawns in fast colon;
regular 10c values.
On sale at, per yard
Hope Bleached Domestic; the stand-
ard of muslins; a limited quantity
only. On sale at a yard
Sheeting, 1,000 yards, heavy r.n-
bleached sheetings; 8 l-3c value;
while It lasts, yard
Bed Spreads—50 white Bed Spreai3
in neat raised crochet patterns; floral
hemmed, full size; worth double
Sheets—10 dozen, 72x90, bleached and
unbleached Sheets, made from th.i
standard brand of Sheeting and worth
75c each; sale price
Pillow Cases—20 dozen bleachei
Hotel special Pillow Cases; extra
heavy 18c quality; sale J rice, each....
Fine Bleached Damask, 68 Inches wids^
in Lilly of Valley patterii; reducod
from 60c per yard to
Pure Linen Cream Damask; 72 Inches
wide and worth 75c per yard, on aalej
Huck Crash—25 pieces of puro wfclto
and brown Huck Toweling; extra
good weight; selvage edge; 8 l-3c
Nothing reserved they must al
$13.50, 15.00, 16.00, 18.00, 20.00, 22.50 Suits
all go for the price of -------
nparmentyou may selec.t- whether it be a $22.50 or a'i3bO suit it
is vours for $9.75. Every one gres, no restrictions, nothing reserved. They are as fine
aro + kr°^n tf*l,ors can make. Our reason for cutting prices so recklessly is that we
are overstocked and must unload. Remember thp date?--ihree days only.
Men! Men! Men!
Don't Overlook these Prices. This
ad will interest you as well as
HATS at $1.98—ThiB great line Includes the balanoe of our $3 00 to $3 11
high grade Soft Hats and R. & L. Stiff Hats In all colors; all shapes, all
sizes; not a Hat worth less than $3.00;
$3.98—A few genuine Panama Hats left; they are worth $5.00
and $7.50, while they last, yours at
READ EVERY PRICE WE QUOTE.
Men's very best heavy 50c Work Shirts;
Men's Odd and End Shirts, no collar, 50c best Shirt;
they go at
10 dozen Men's Odd and End Fine Madras, Griffin and
Crown $1.00 Shirts, to close out at
100 dozen Men's, Boys' and extra sizes, from 12 to 19 Shirts with collars i__
and off; light and dark grounds; mohair fronts, in fact the
greatest aggregation of 75c Shirts InShawnee; your pick 39C
10 dozen White Laundered Dress Shirts, slightly soiled, not all ——
sizes; values to $1.50, to close out a; xRp
35c, How is This—To buy now at 35c Men's Genuine Poros Knit Under-
wear, that sell the world over at 50c; all sizes. Shirts and . _
Drawers; «ach xRp
50 dozen Men's Ba'.briggan Underwear In all colors, also white . n
and black, 35c garments to go at each I Hp
Men's and Boys National Rubber Cellars, each 15C
Men's and Boys' Celluloid Coliars, ea0h. 5c
Men's 35c Lisle Half-Hose; go at pair.
Men's 19c Fancy and Plain Hose; 2 pair for . ...'',. ,25c
Men's 10c Canvas Gloves; good welgnt; pair r,.
Men's 50c Suspenders, pair
Men's best 25c Elastic and Guayot Suspenders isc
Men's 50c Ties, go at ,5
Men's 35c Ties, at.
In our Shoe Department
Hundreds of Pairs Effected by this
Three Days Sale
$1.95 tor choice of 300 pairs of Ladles' High Grade Oxfords, an leathers,
all sizes In black and tan Oxfords worth regular $3.00.
$1.65 for LadlE*' $2.50 Oxfords, all leathers, all sizes, about 200 pairs ill
the lot; tan, vici, du.l calf and patent leather.
98c for choice of our entire Tennent line of Oxfords and Sandals in Vici pa
tent leather and novelties, wo.th. up tj $2.00
49c for choice of 250 pairs of Ladies' Odd and End Lace and Button Shoes
and Oxfords, sizes mostly 3, 3 1-2 and 4, worth $1-50 t-> $2 00.
25c for Children's white Canvas Oxtords and Shoes samples; size only 5
and 8, worth regular $1.00.
89c for Misses' and Children's Odd and End Vici Kid and Patent Leatheis,
Shoes arJd OxfordB; values to $1.75 in the lot.
$1.95 for Men's high grade Goodyear Welt Shoes; made to sell at $3.00
Some oxfords included.
$1.65 for choice of GO pairs Bays' High Grade ShoeB and Oxfords In Pat-
ent Colt, Box Calf, Gun Metal and Vici; $2.50 values.
98c for Little Gents' Calf Shoes; all sizes; regular $1.50 values.
Each Is the price for ten doion hand-
Rome Lawn and Percale WaiBts. slight-
| L ly mussed, that have sold at 75c, $1.09
$1.25 and $U0.
For While Lawn Waists that h .ti
boon reduced from $1.60.
I- Beautiful Whtte Lawn Waists,
Qnot the usual 98o Waist, but $1.75
to $2.50 values.
Choice of 50 Ladies' Novelty and Pan-
ama Dress 8klrtB worth to $6.50.
Each, 5C Ladies' Beautiful black and
brown Silk Trimmed Voile Dress
Skirts up to $10.00 values.
Children's Barefoot Sandals
Sizes 1 to 4 39c Sizes 5 to 8.
Sizes 9 to 12 5gc sizes 13 to
P BOYS' CLOTHING AND KNEE PANTS REDUCED.
$2.00 and $2.25 Suits, all styles $1 26
$3.60 Suits, all styles $1 95
$5.00 and $0.50 Sluts, all styles ,$3.fco
10 dozens boys 36c Knee Pant*, sizes 4 to 14; pair 1a-
10 dozen Boys, High Grade Pants, Knickerbockers and Straight; sizes 3 tj
17; values up to $1.00 pair; they go at, pair
Each; 25 Ladles' Extremely fine Taf-
feta Dress Skirts in plain pleated and
faney pleated styles, up to $12.00 val-
Ladies' extra high grade Dress Skirts
finest French Voile In black blua
and new brown, newest pliated style)
lace and ribbon trimmed, $12.50 val-
IEach, choice of 350 sample garments
P of Gowns, Drawers, Skirts and Chem-
ise, in values up to $2.50.
The Half has not been Told of the Wonders of this Great Sale. There will
be Ten Bargains for every one we have Listed above.
Aurora Bargain Store
Each 100 pairs Lac a Curtains, 3 1-2
i yards long; good width, handBomi
patterns, worth to $2.25 per pair.
Each, a wonderful assortment cablo
net and Scotch Lace CurtaiBS, worth
up to $3.60, per pair.
Each for 100 dozen slightly soiled pare
Linen Handkerchiefs, embroidered
and lace trimmed, 10c to 25c values
105 East Main Street.
Dictators of Low Prices
IEach for 350 Umbrellas of genuine
Sicilian Taffeta; bought at a sheriff
aale, guaranteed absolutely rain proof,
beautiful and expensive handles, $2.25
to $3.60 values.
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The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 227, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 30, 1908, newspaper, June 30, 1908; Shawnee, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc138515/m1/7/: accessed June 30, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.