County Democrat-News (Sapulpa, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 15, 1923 Page: 2 of 8
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WEMUST UISE SASH
OUR EMERGENCY SALE
MEANS MONEY TO YOU--WE ARE
Our store will be closed all
duv Thursday, Nov. 15th. to
mark down prices.
15 DAYS ONLY 15 V
Commencing Friday morn,- V
ing, November 16th, 9 a. m. *
rl o reduce our entire stock of I ligh Grade Shoe* for Men, W omen and Children regardless of former cost. Profit is entirely forgotten during
111 IS SALE, due to the fact that we are OV ERSTDCKED. We anticipated our usual fall business, but due to present business depression wt
have this large stock on hand. Never have you had such wonderful values offered to you-the buying public-at a time when most needed.
1 here are no RES I RIG IONS, e\ery shoe in our store is reduced. We quote here only a few of the manv great values we have to offer. Come
and l)e convinced.
l adies’ Shoes
One lot ladies’ high
grade, high top shoes,
5(H) pairs all sizes; val-
ues up to $9.00; sale
Ladies* high grade felt house slippers; all
colors and sizes; regular price SI.35: sale
One lot ladies’ high shoes? not all sizes:
hut good quality shoes; values up to $6.00:
Ladies’ high grade satin, 1-strap pumps,
high or low lied: $6.00 value, sale price
Ladies’ and Misses high grade oxfords and
strap pumps; black and brown: high and
low heels: regular$6.50 and $7.00 values;
One lot sport oxfords, low heels, all sizes;
regular $6.00 values; sale price
Ladies' and Misses novelty low shoe* and
oxfords; black satin and other stvle*: reg-
ular $8.50 and $9.00 values: sale price
Children’s first step shoes; -izes 1 to 5; all
stvles: regular $2.00 values; sale price
Children’s high grade Educator styles;
black, brown and patent leathers: sizes 5
to 8: regular $3.50 values; sale price
Children’s sturdy, heavy extension soles,
Educator styles, brown calf shoes; regu-
lar $4.00 values; sizes 8 1-2 to 11; sale
Same as above; sizes 11 1 -2 to 2; sale price
All WALKOV ER shoes reduced
Ladies’ sport oxfords and strap pumps;
regular $7.00 values; sale price
Mens brown and black
English style shoes,
values up to $7.50 sale
Men s blaek and brown shoe*, round toei •
and English styles; values up to $7.50;
Men’s straight last brown kid shoes; $7.50
values; sale price
Men’s high grade dress shoes, all style*
and sizes; regular $9.50 values; sale price
Men’s high top 18-inch lace
, boots, regular $ 11.50 values
All men’s, women’s and children’s hosiery
One lot bov's shoes
assorted styles, val-
ues up to $5.00;
The Hub Shoe Store
t # , “Home of Walk Over Shoes99
Look for red signs Corner Water and Dewey Streets
Store Closed, All Day Thursday to Arrange Stock
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Scaggs, E. M. County Democrat-News (Sapulpa, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 15, 1923, newspaper, November 15, 1923; Sapulpa, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1470570/m1/2/: accessed December 1, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.