El Reno Daily American. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 213, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 19, 1908 Page: 2 of 8
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An immense Sale of Seasonable Goods
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Saturday Morning, March 21
Beginning Saturday Morning, March 21, we will make Special Prices
on the Following Goods for Seven Days
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Calicos; our regular stock of Americans, Simpsons and
Garner Reds, 10 yards to tlie customer,
Per yard "*
1,000 yards of Percales. in lijrht Colors, the loo /\A
quality, this seven day sale l/y
700 yards of Ii ivy sheeting in Black, Hide, Twills and
Fancy Cheviot* the 12 1-2 quality. AQ
This seven da\ sale UY
1,000 yards of Arnolds, Mohair, Luster, mostly in dark
colors, fine for early spring suitings ja IO
Regular 15e seller. This seven day sale... 11/ \" U
fi00 yards Extra Fancy l'laid dress goods, regular A A
15c qualitv. Seven day sale price per yard.. . (if/
1,000 yards Onteora, 27-inch Uecale, in light colors, a
regular 7 1-2 cents quality
Seven day sale price, per yard V/4*
1,000 yards Dress Lawns, the regular 5c quality A^
Seven day sale price •V/tr
2,000 yards of India Linens, as follows:
10 Cent Quality
12 1-2 Cent Quality
15 Cent Quality
20 Cent Quality
HOSIERY- A full line of drummers' sam-
ples, all kinds, and qualities. This seven
day sale at wholesale prices.
Did you ever get in on one
of our sales on Sample Mus-
lin Underwear? We have a
complete line to show of the
Sterling Muslin Undergar-
ments. Our prices on these
are not comparable as you
get them at the cost of mak-
ing. No profit here.
Bo Von Want Silk—Listen
Seven day sale.
1 Lot of Boys and Girls Shoes, regular—
$1.50 Quality i98
$2.25 Quality $1.25
1 Lot of Womens' Shoes, regular $1.75 quality... $1,37
And this sort of reduction on all our entire shoe stock,
$1.25 quality. :?(> Black I a ti
$1.60 and *1.50 quality, Black Taffeta. Seven J A
day sale price per yard ^ •
Ladit - Wrappers. $1.50 and $2.00 quality
I. nlies Shirt Waists, a I _'e and extra fine lot to select
from, the $1.50 qualiulH
£1.25 quality, 3fi-ineh wide, Poie He Sole
quality for spring and suuuuer wiaps.
The seven day sale
sially low priecs made on our
Short lengths, regular 7 1-2, 10 and 15 cent qualities, in
6 yard lengths, l'cr yard O/l
This seven day sale •vl
27 inch flonnciugs, $1.00 quality of extra fine ^0
Swiss, extra new. Per yard Uy
Bands to match of extra fine quality Swiss, 35e or
quality. Seven days sale price
Laces, Yal and Tonehon, 12 yards in bolt, extra good at
7 1-2 and 10c regular. r/\
Per Bolt JU
Men's Clothing is at your own price, just pay me for
the paper and twine that wraps them. It is for sale; we
quit the clothing, si ill we have ->00 suits for men and boys
Boys Knee Pants, none better in town; very, very
cheap this seven day sale.
O. N. T. Thread, per spool
S x Cord Thread very good
Hope—Seven Day Sale Price
Egel—Seven Day Sale Price
Water Witch—Seven Day Sale Price
A good 7 l-2c quality
A Good 10c Quality .
9 1-4 Sheeting . . .
9 1-4 Bleached Sheeting
SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 21
MOW LISTEN: This is why wc do as we do. We have a very large stock of shoes in Men's, Boys' Women's Misses and Child-
ren's. Men's, Youth's and Boy's Clothing. Men's and Boys' Pants, high grade Furnishing for men and boys. That we want
to sell and we want to sell it so bad that we make these ridiculously low prices.
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El Reno Daily American. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 213, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 19, 1908, newspaper, March 19, 1908; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc165690/m1/2/: accessed November 12, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.