The Altus Weekly News. (Altus, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 30, 1919 Page: 3 of 8
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PERKINS- WATKINS COMPANY
... After More Business...
Here Are the Values That Should Bring It
At the height of the season, when crisp breezes remind you that Autumn is here, you are offered the oppor-
tunity to take part in a mighty effort to make October the biggest and best month in the history of this
store Special articles have been marked unusually low in every department. Shrewd shoppers can effect
n«it lavinn bv visiting every lection of oar busy store. You will And oar merchandise attractive, dependable and representing absolutely the latest etyles. This, eouplsd with Rood
vataesT cawfuf attention and prompt service, should make our efforts for MORE BUSINESS IN OCTOBER a grand success. Space permits mentioning only s fraction of our many
19 Beautiful Silk and Serge
Dresses at $19 JO
You will wonder how we can sell these pretty taffeta dresses
with georgette sleeves and beautiful trimmings so low. No
less wonderful are the serges and satins-navy blue is the moet
prominent, but other shades may be bad. They will not last
PERKINS-WATKINS COMPANY als introduce a compre-
hensive display of Tricolett. Tricotine, serge and figured silk
dresses. How beautiful they are! Drapes, blouse effect and
arrangements never before achieved. Price in latest styles,
from $11.11. $21.11, $21.11. S2l.il up to $||.U
7 Wonderful Skirts
Priced Only $7.00
Then there will be found in our complete as
•urtnwnt over one hundred ladies' skirts, priced
even lower, or as high as you wish.
18 Ladies' and Big Misses'
To be fortunate enough to purchase one of these coats >ou
must come early. Browns, mixed greys and blues are to be
had Practically every size and length is represented. All
late styles, ornamented with buttons, braid or imitation of fur.
Special low price, each only 11I.H
With pleasure we take this timely opportunity to describe
our showing of ladies,' small women and big misses' coats.
Fsshioned from many materials, over patterns whose late crea-
tion is their chief asset. Every effort has been utilized to
make thtm more becoming. Surely our unlimited stock con-
tains just the cost for you. Your choice of color, material,
trimming, and undoubtedly the proper jaodel foi- your type.
Priced at from $2I.M and $21.11 to $1St.tl
These Staple Goods Prices
Will help us sell more goods in October, if low
prices can get your business, you will be a
1000 yards good apron check gingham lis
35c quality, fleecy outing, our price 29e
5000 yords of beautiful dress gingham, yd...2Se
2000 yards bleached domestic, yd. wide 2le
Extra quality bleached musline, yd 2Ss
Full size nice white cotton bats, each lie
Genuine round thread shirting, yd. 2Se
Clear pearl buttons, per dozen is
Mother O'Pearl buttons, out price IN
25 Handsome Coat Suits
A special display of twenty-five coat suits developed from Ga-
bardine, serge and fancy materials, direct from the fashion
centers. Practically all sizes in navy, brown, and mixtures,
neatly and attractively trimmed. Choice —.$21.99
Aside from this special assortment we feature the largeet and
moet complete arrangement of Autumn's choicest models to be
seen in any Altus store. Peach bloom, Tricolett, serges and
all the Istest materials, shown in every shade in vogue this
season, with every conceivable or imaginable form of trim-
ming. Then of course, the tailored models are shown, too.
Priced reasonably $21.11. $$M9. $41J9 to $119.99
Bogs' Pull Down Caps, 50c
Limited quantity carried from last feason.
While tbey last..., Ms
Better quality, with more complete size and
color range, prices upward from— 75s
59 Dozen Misses' Hose
at 9 C4s.
This lucky purchase, made over a year ago, is to help get "more
business in October." Misses' black ribbed hoe , all sizes-
customers not limited. Buy as many pair as you want; price
Misses' lisle thread hoee in black, white and brown, all sizes,
Boys' heavy ribbed ''Rock Proof" hose, all sizes.3 prs—.$1J9
Misses'mercerized lisle hose, blsck, white and brown, per
pair - - Hand Me
Perkins-Watkins Company are exclusive agents for the
beat known brands of ladies' hosiery. Comparison ss to price
and quality is invited
Ladies' cotton hose, all colors IS. ti to 79s
Ladies' silk hose, all colors $1J9. $tJf to $$.99
65 Boytf Mixed Suits, each 26.50
Most of the pants are full lined. Practically every coat
has belt or waist seam effect The bargain price, while
they last is —-— -—$1.51
No less important is our showing of boys woolen suits.
full cut and strictly tailored, at only $7.51
Boys' snappy suits with latest style hits, waist seam and
belt. All materials, worsted, serges, basket weaves, etc.
Navy blue or fancy colors, priced $1.51 to $11.11
Boys' Ribbed Union Suits fl.00
Perfect fitting, durable unions, sizes from 6 to 16 years~
suit— - *1JI
Men's Heavy Work Socks, 20c
Mixed grey sox, heavy weight for winter wear, are per
More Business in October
For Our Metis Store
Perkins-Watkins Company offer unlimited advantages
to the man of small means. Here you can be completely
outfitted for a fraction of the ordinary cost in other stores.
Men's three-piece tailored suits for only $11.51
Men's mixed wool, brown tailored suits, waist seam and
conservative styles - $1 Ml
Men's and young men's all wool fancy and staple suits,
blue serge included, for only $25.11
Famous "STROUSS BROTHERS" hig art clothes for
men $35.11 to $51.11
Men's heavy winter overcoats in all styles and colors,
priced $7.51. $11.11, $12.51. $15.11 up to $I5.M
100 Men's Sweaters, each $1.00
The garments of comforts earn their small cost in a short
time. Woven from heavy gray yarn in all sizes. Perkins-
Watkins Company special value price $1.M
50 Dozen Shirts and Drawers, Garment 50c
This record price is for the limited quantity on hand.
Full woven men's ribbed bhirts and drawers, garment.Me
Men's heavv ribbed union suits, all sizes, per suit._.$1.M
Men's woolen union suits are specirlly priced, only $$.M
Neil's Blanket Lined Coats, $5
Men's Heavy Overshirts, $2 JO
Comparison will convince you that this is the best value in
town. Blues, browns, greys, each only $2.51
Men's best grade union made Denim Overalls S2.00
Men's blue work shirts..
Men's leather scout shoes • • «
Men's leather work gloves
Notions-Small Items at Small Prices
Brass pins, paper: • • jj®
8 fety pins, paper
Talcum powder, can
Shoe laces, pafr
t*ad Pencils, 2 for
Hair pin cabinet, each
8hoe polish A
Ladies' vests, each
Ladies' Union Suits l5e.$1.M$Ui and $1,11
Misses E. Z. Union 8uits S1.ll
Our Piece Goods Section
Will be busy in October. Why not, when such low prices prevail
on all materials.
850 Yards French Serge, Yard 85c
Representing the best value in this or any other store. Wide width, complete
color range and priced low. Yard ...... $5®
Itall double width wool serge in all popular shades. Per yard .....$1.25
40 inch Crepe de Chene and Georgette Crepes, in every wanted shade. Our
price per yard is — $2J$
Extra double width, red dress Flannel. Yard only — $1.15
Besides the complete assemblage of proper drees materials, we also special-
ize on fashionable accessories and trimmings.
Make This Your Blanket Store
For the benefit of thoee customers 'who
want to provide the necessary winter covers
early we announce this complete showing of
Blankets. They were purchased months ago.
This feature enables us to offer them at re-
markably low prices. Lower than you will
find them elsewhere.
Full size fleecy double blankets, pair $$.M
Oxford gray and snow white blankets are,
Per pair $$.$#
Gray and fancy plaid Blankets are, pair.SfJI
Heavy woolnap Blankets, special values,
Wool and mixed wool blankets, pair $10.0U,
$12.50 to —$1SJ9
Prices quoted above go into effect at once and hold good as long as present stocks of advertised goods last.
Merchandise purchased on late markets will be much higher. We urge you to
Buy Your Complete Fall Supply in October
from Perkins-Watkins Company. You will save big money by doing so.
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Orr, J. P. The Altus Weekly News. (Altus, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 30, 1919, newspaper, October 30, 1919; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc276720/m1/3/: accessed November 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.