The Hollis Post--Herald (Hollis, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 22, 1910 Page: 3 of 9
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Our Fall Displays of
Ready-to-Wear Apparel are
Ready for Your Inspection
Not only ready, but completely
ready,. Thoroughness, which is
ever a watchword of this store is
more than ever evidenced by the
present garment showing.
Not a single worthy styh* is
missing from its ranks. True the
"freakish" modes which are never
really becoming or serviceable ;tre
not "amoner those present." lint
every model that is chic, natty and
becoming, arid every material that,
is sturdy, is included.
Charming suits of Broadcloth
and Serge in colors of Navy,
Black, Brown and Reseda. Sem-
fitted Coats lined with Satin. Hav-
ing collar.* of Satin orSelf, Buttons
of Self on Bones. Skirts Gored
or Pleated. Critical comparison
will couvice you that these Suits
ai-e worthy a much higher price
The Absorbing Theme—
'My New Hat.
At home, abroad, wherever women congregate,
the theme is millinery—and it is absorbing. The
conversation, of course, grows specific, and Brad-
ley's is-mentioned. By the way, have you been to
Bradley's? Really, it is a revelation startling.
The manner in which this millinery store has
vaulted full panoplied in the arena- and snatched
leadership! Whei'e others show one hat, very
likely we show ten-a fact that just a casual glar.ce
at the varieties here will prove. The bulk is im-
pressive- their beauty captivating.
Prices! It is U positive relief to know that we
have stripped them of every vestige of extrava
The reason is, we do not tax for an "imaginary"
or "artistic" value. It is a millinery business con-
ducted without chicanery or buncombe. To levy
tribute in excess of actual value for an intangible
thing called "stvle" is a species of mercantile
' buccaneering: it is not allowed at Bradley's.
Thai is why our hats equal or surpassing in style
and beauty, cost about half what others charge.
Spero. Michael. St Son
JH&W YQ K
COME HERE FOR STYLE
If stylish clothes appeal to you by all means come and
look over our assortment of SPERO, MICHAEI- .fc SONj^
"New York Made'' clothes.
These clothes are designed by ex perts who are iu touch
with the leading fashion centres of the world. As soon as a
new style idea reaches them they incoiporate it inN SPE-
RO, MICHAEL & SON, "New York Made" suit.
And this style supremacy is carried out in.quality, work-
manship and material.
We have a suit for you—your style, your siae, ana at your
New Dress Fabrics For Fall
Peahaps you've some ideas of your own concerning Dro <s Fabrics, and most qualities
and patterns you've examined thus far haven't realized that ideal. We believe frankly
that those we're showing will.
We selected them with a scrupulous care and reeard for correctnpss and sturdiness
that, eliminted all but the very finest. And the prices are really far lower than the fa
brics themselves would lead you to expect.
Fall Styles in Waists.
Readv with an Exquisite Display
of Tne Ever Practical Shirt
Shirtwaists really are practical They s< rve a multitude of
purposes, are always fresh and trim. And those that we m w
bring to your attention are quite the tinest of their kind.
Whether you want a plain, si mule model for o dinary occasions
or a rather elaborate model for dress wear, you'll find our dis
play will include exactly the style you seek. Tomorrow would i>e
an excellent day to see them.
Sfel.OO To S5.00
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Roberts, Luther. The Hollis Post--Herald (Hollis, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 22, 1910, newspaper, September 22, 1910; Hollis, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc185354/m1/3/: accessed September 22, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.