The Mangum Star. (Mangum, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 19, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 7, 1907 Page: 4 of 7
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You Need the Goods
We Need the Room
If ancl we wil1 Help you
If you don t want to buy you had
are sureetPr *£*£• for these ^es
so m•thing. *** everVbody buy
Of S 0'c/oc/c
Money to You
K to Us!
Come and &«e. You can't
KO wrong on a singlt pur-
t nasa during thi* sale.
<&eb. 9, 9 O'clock
For Ton Days the Sale Goes On
i 9 O'clock, Feb. 9 and LASTS TEN DAYS
I he unfavorable weather has caused us to hp i ft • u ~~ " ^—■w.jil—jw 'mum——
"""""*"oeiher' " toy"*sagas.sr.«• * 5«?5^W'tfS2s
flroa. doth l„ alt color.. |UI Talo#. Stock Reduc,nf prlc#
/.eblllnee. all color., T V raluu, Stock Reducing Price -*
' 1 bU Ch"M- Ulu« < Black only, Stock Reducing Price'*'* ««°
. . . Panne ZIMi,„e. .stock Reducing Price
Pattern., only >a Cheviots, were ti 25 Stock"Reducing Price q£l
(keeked Mohair III beautiful pntierna the very thing for a coat .ult, a
• fr« iiuailty for
I®®® yarda I"c Gingham |M 30c
< lllack Mohair. .as V,e -viler. Stock Ke<iuclng Price «q!!
M tetk Mark Fancy Mohair was G5e Stock Reducing Price 35-,
frwi. h opera riannel. suitable for wajat. and Chlldrena' drea.es was
31c Stock Reducing Price,
un« rianaela 3o in. wld w.-re 4 ic. Stock Reducing Price 20c
>a outings. the most ela>« rate pattern. i c and 20« value now..* 1QC
•«« f'U.eiett. 10 and 12'* juanty, now. #V4c
We have now on I
clothing which must he
while the price is down a
new weaves in Three I'l,
lots. Any style you v. in
Our $27.50 Suits. Stock
Our 125.00 Suits Stork
Our $22.50 Suits. Si.-cK
Our J20.00 Suits, Slock
Our $18 •00 Suits, Sine"!,
Our $16.50 Suits, Stock
Our $15.00 Suits, Stock
Our 12.50 Suits, Slock
Our $10.00 Suits, stop!,
, ' 'vorth of Mens, Hoys- and Children.'
11 Jou haven't bought your suit conie now
' ■: ill!.V up. Our .Mens' Clothing embraces all the
'1 '1 wist Worsted, Cnsslmeres and Chev-
1 1 he ion-or short coat, single or double
K' lacing Price
neill 1; price
tieing P. ice
in In.i; Price
Relucinir Prico ...
One lot of Two Hundred and Fifty Men's
Suits, only a few of a kind at
SIZEs" RANG?NGA IN PhVcE^Vo S,cP slo 88
yours aCtAN select Y0UR$sizE !h^°are
Our Rntire Stuck of Ia4im' llat go t. tk •
prteea at ONE MAtr PRiCC.
Here «r art- eep^uily orer laaM aad it tor thaa carry immm
another ^ m.b ««. h«,e WHACKCO THE PHtCl HALS Ift TWO
CO..,.,. . r u, ,w UtrK ,nrru ,m
Hro a. Htmrwv'er a ■* Ml
• IS00 Coat for
US So Coat For
$10.00 Coat for
$"W Coat f-ir
MM Coat for ...
•••••••••a •••••% • +
$1.00 Coat for
Can yo« afford to ««ar
tha merket for vrapaT
1«a"y la kay u rmm
M> r.< we are especially .trong. Our stock I. complete and wa kava any
• hinic In .tick from a heavy Kang-Calf to tha most dressy .boa to ba
foaad. ^ ' * •} * *■""* '•
!.<>! I -idle.' Kang Calf Hh ie* Slze«3^ to 4, laea or button wara $1.75,. an
ev llent work .hoe. Stock Reducing Prlca $1 28
O'tr $: : Una Calf or Kid nren. or Work shoe, now $105
« ir $2,'<o line now $1-72
vs. i n,, have the mo.t up to date stock SP Dre.. Shoa. to ba found in South
Oklahoma In all leather. anJ all toe., prlceafrom 92 50 to$4 go
' :• U Laiir*' ami Pants wart good values at 60c. only 20
n trft, Stock Rinlticlnic Price 35c
I Ye.t., ware .odd at 35<: while they last at 23c
II- >vn Hlhbed and Kleec • i line I 50c .ellara, now 33c
<>>:.« f«w V'c ra^-ln.tor* eft and thay go at 25c
Itiack Circular Shawl* wer 75c now 48c
it gr.daa at.
it Urada. at.
i h.-arjr Blue wool h ae were 35c Slock Radualug Prtoa ggc
• v Kleera lined Cotton lio.e the 2< c. kind now 2 for 25c
If.i.a' Haavy Rtbt>e<l Cotton ho.e worth l$Vi now gc
M n Heaw Home Knit Wool Mixed Sox. wara $5c. now 134c
M-'ii*' Heavy Tan Sox, coc^l at 15c. now S for 25c
r*«ara lined Sox 2 f"r 25c
Me:n ( orduroy Cap. with Kur llap. aaw
75 c Mearar Cap. Fur flap, now
Here we are better prepared to srve you than any one for our stock
consists of THE FAMOUS EDWIN CLAPP & SONS' line of Shoes. AMER-
ICAN GENTLEMEN. CHARACTER, W. L. DOUGLASS and HAMILTON-
BROWN line of dress shoes. All prices, all styles, all leathers.
I Ix>t of Mens' Heavy Shies feizes 9-10-11, were $2.25 now.. 81-38
1 Lot Satin Calf Cap tc?. a nfat dressy shoe, sizes 9 and 10 for $1-61)
lLot Mens' Hats Wide Hrir.\ Hi; h Crown, worth $2.50 and $3.00 now 65©
1 Lot Mens' Hats New H a ,en, odd size., were $2.50, $3.00, $3.50 now $105
Our line of Black Col'ibi:!.*-!) ikotas uat we alway. sohl for $2.50 now $108
Mans' Underwear, the klnil you have always paid $1.00 a .ult for in this
Wa have enough I'lankrts on hands to begin a new seasan with and
rather than carry them ov, • will for the next ten days dffer them to your
at tha following prices:
75c Blankets Full Size now , 58c
10-4 Blankets, Good Weight, now.... 63 C
10-4 Blankets Klxtra H iu v Was 51.25 now 81c
10-4 Blanket. 5 pounds, w;ib choap at $1.75. now v $1-25
11-4 Blankets, very heavy w is $1.75,now $1-25
ALL OUR WOOL BLANKETS AT REDUCED PRICES.
One Dozen Ladies' Tailor Made
Wara $10.00 to $15.00, go in this saleat
COME EARLY AND GET YOUR SIZE.
Ladies Cashinie.re Fleece Lined Gloves in Black Only were 35c now. 19c
Ladle.' Wool Knit Gloves all colors, were 35c now 10c
1 Lot of Children®' Shoes Sizes 5 toSwera 90c to $1.50 la tha Staek *a-
ducing sale at ^3-
1 Ix)t Little Gents' Shoes sizes 9 9',£ and 10 were $1.35 to $2.00 now gl J83
We also have a complete line in all grades to select from and tha nice,
are reduced on all of them. Bring yourChi'dren here for lefther shoa..
Corduroy Pant, absolutely the best. Were $4.00 now S2-05
A Good Corduroy Pant a $2.50 seller.now $195
All Wool Hard Twist Worsted in a variety of pattern, were $3.50 to $5 W
now $2 08 to $3 98
An Extra Heavy all Wool Beaver Coat 54 inches long with high .torra collar
was 918.50 now $10 15
Good Mixed Cheviot Coat was $12.50 now.* £ 8 05
Brown Mixed Cheviot was $10.00 now £ 7-85
Mens' Heavy Blanket Lined Duck Coats with S Inch Corduroy Collar wara
$2.50, now $1-95
Mens' Blanket Lined Duck Coat with Corduroy Collay nvre o* g| 33
Boys' Duck Coats, Blanket Lined were $1.50 now gq
Good Heavy Wool Shirts that will protect you from these bitter winds.
$2.50 Grade gj gg
$2.00 Grade 31 48
$1.50 Grade 81-10
$2.00 Corduroy Shirts at.
Men's Corduroy Pants
A $3.50 Grade -of lixtra Quality Pants now
A $2.50 Grade of Corduroy pants now
Boys Corduroy long pants were $2.00 now
1 L+t Latta. Ma aad tOe Bella go •
Our Entire line of 10c Outing goaaat
S00 La Me.' Skirt, ea Sale at HALT PRICE.
Wa bare a few doaab Woolen Wala-.tfa Aaaortad r~P—. m
S.MS yarda of M inch Sea laiand
I MO yarda 10c blasebad domaatie tha vary
Wa hare Jutt recetred our new .*«ekaf EmbrolderWe for aprt^ a*
going to give yoTi the of th Mia to .apply y««r waata la
I-ot So. 1. Caaatota of Katbrddcry "ortb ftoai Ida la lie, Siocfe
p. I « ■
l/'t No. S. Coraisu of a Una of btaa' tal> ruilan>4n| raasl^ ta
12^ to 16 24 per >ard aow
lA>t No. 3. Baibraoi oar Itne of IftoSSc Eaibroidery. wSk* wa
on nl« at P*r yard
One lot of IUb.' Over :U wrboat aproaa. mgalar Tfcc ti M ktad a*w
We have entirely too maay Comfort.left aad ta
what wa hare left at the foilowtactrleae:
Good SUed well pad ied qallt were f 1 St.
Extra Heavy and Flcnty 1-xrce Qallt.
The lle.t Quilt In the Toaa at |!M
at ti n. ta
The above prices are good for Ten Days only ancl you can t afford to miss this golden opportunity to make your winter purchases. Remember everything
this house has been reduced. Now look for us; we aie looking for you and are going to welcome you with the warmest reception of low prices you have
ever seen or heard of.
Sale starts Saturday Morning, 9 O'clock, and Lasts Ten Days
Wc arc Candid
With you when we say this is
the largest stock of good clean mer-
chandise in Southwest Oklahoma,
Eoods that Are all new and seasona-
le. prices that are low and reason-
able. Sale begins
At 9 O'clock !
Look for this Big Store
Mang'um's Best Dry Goods House
South Side Sqisesrs Mangum, Oklahoma South Side Square
Come to Town
Prepared to haul out your
Win er Gi-ods: the prices ar* right,
we must reduce this stock, ana tor
Ten days our prico cutter will bm
hard at work whittling on the
•Casts TJen flays
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Echols, R. C. The Mangum Star. (Mangum, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 19, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 7, 1907, newspaper, February 7, 1907; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc281673/m1/4/: accessed November 12, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.