The Mangum Star. (Mangum, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 15, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 9, 1903 Page: 2 of 8
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f. C. GILLILAND & CO.
Agents (or Itullrick's Pallerns nqd Fashions.
^Tuesday, April the 14th.
abao the store Tuesday. April 14th. at 8 o'clock and see if you have one of the lucky keys. Since the 1st of
on^iven out nearly Five Thousand keys. As we £ive one key with each $1 cash purchase this means a
D,.ness for March. This is an assurance to us that our prices are right. <«e ,4 When our F ive Thous-
pall ffone we will have a new lot to be given out in the same way. Read every item and see where we can
Beginning: Friday We Are Going to Have a Box
OPENING SALE IN EVERY' DEPARTMENT.
Ladies' $3.50 Shoes
Box Opening Sale $2.65.
\\ hen we say they are #5.50 values you
can depend upon it as being a fact. This S5Cts
that can be saved on these shoes represents the
loss we are willing to stand to clean up all our
high grade Ladies' Shoes. This lot includes
every pair of Ladies' <>.50 Shoes.
5 dozeu pairs of Boy's Oil Grain Plow
Shoes in congress, sizes 3 to 6, worth frl
51.50, Box Opening Sale $!•£()
10 dozen pairs Men's Heavy Oil Grain
Plow Shoes, single sole or double sole, high
heel or spring heel, buckle or congress frf
worth 51.50. Box Opening Sale -
Men's Plow Shoes $1.25
5 dozen Men's Vici Kid Lacc Shoes, cap
3 seam stitched, chester last, 1 JC
korth $2.00, Box opening Sale - -
Ladies' Shirt Waists.
^ dozen Ladies' Madras Shirt \\ aists, all
colors and sizes, embroidery trimmed, open
front or back, regular $1.50 waist, Box 7C/«
Opening Sale ... - I c/v
Our White Lawn Waists have been cut just
half iuto. This lot represents everything in
new, dressv, White Lawn \\ aists.
$3.50 Waists, Box Opening Sale, - - $1.75
$3.00 Waists, Box Opening Sale, - - $1.50
$2.50 Waists, Box Opening Sale, - - $1.25
$2.00 Waists, Box Opening Sale, - - $1.00
$1 .50 Waists, Box Opening Sale, - - 75^
3000 9/fen's and ffioy's jCi'ncn Cottars, *7?// Styles, Sizes,
Sfig/itli/ Soiled, Sftox Opening Sale 2 for 5c.
Men's Soft Collar
5 dozen Men's Soft Shirts, Attach-
ed Collars, in checks and stripes,
regular Si.oo value, Box 7C/-
Opening Sale I f/v
5 dozen Men's Shirts, detached col-
lars and cuffs, Madras cloth, woven
colors, checks and stripes. C A -
75c values, Box Opening
5 dozen Boy's Blue Bib Overalls,
ages 4 to 14, Box Open-
ing Sale Lv\t
We are the exclusive
agents for Buttrick's Pat=
terns and Fashions. We
have increased our stock
to more than double the
former stock and feel
confident we can please
you in this department.
97/en 's Summer 9/nderivecir.
We have received a complete line of Men's Summer Underwear aud will make special
prices on the same for
buttons, full size garment.
low prices on the same for one week. 20 dozen Men's Balbriggan Undershirts, pearl 'JCp
' " ■ t, rrgular 35c shirt. Box Opening Sale - - - Lv*
Our ffioy 's
We are showing this
season a full line of Boy's
Boy's Xorfalk Suits, belts to match,
light and dark, ages 5 to 12, - - -
Boy's 2 piece Fancy Worsted, dark TA
color, pepper and salt pat., ages 5 to 9
Three Hundred yards of Dress
Ginghams, 10 cent grade j \mlf
mill ends T I L\t
100 pairs of Boy's Knee Pants
all sizes, regular 50 cent pants
Box Opening sale ^t/L
Men's Best Elastic Seam Draw-
ers, best quality bleached pepperell
drill, elastic bottoms, Box
20 dozen Ladies' White Bleached
vests, regular ioc quality, Box P_
10 dozen Ladies' Oxfords and Sandals, fan-
cy beaded strap, patent leather tip. medium heel
all sizes in four different styles, regu- Jl Cfl
lar $2.50 shoe, Box Opening Sale - <P1«U7
Five Dozen Ladies' Plain Op=
era Toe. fancy buckle and strap, regular CA/-
51.00 slipper. Box Opening Sale t/7v
10 dozen Ladies' Oxfords and Three Strap
Sandals, all styles in common sense toe and cap
sPi regular 51-25 shoe' Box 0Pening
Don't Forget the Date, Tuesday, April 14% 1903.
J. C. GILLILAND & CO.,
Agent (or But (rick's Patterns and Fashions.
rtANGllfl, . . OKLAHOMA.
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Echols, R. C. & Townsend, G. B. The Mangum Star. (Mangum, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 15, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 9, 1903, newspaper, April 9, 1903; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc281602/m1/2/: accessed November 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.