Mangum Sun-Monitor. (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 16, 1905 Page: 4 of 8
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f Doors Open at 9 a. m. -4
I A* tutiK 4» it lasts, 6ot> yard* of f
Calico (u be cluacd at j|
(10 yd# tu a customer )
Doors Open at 9 a m. i
iuo pm Ladle*' Ilo»e, wrll re^u- I
lar for loc and I J',c. a* long a* J
tbey last I
5cPer p*,r j
(Two pair to a customer.) I
Does that Sound fishy?
Of Course You day it Does.
50 pairs of Baby Moccasins,
25c sellers, all sizes, while
(One pair to a customer.)
Men's buckle and congress
Work Shoes, former price
$1.35 and $1.50, full run of
sizes, while they last
30 pairs of warm lined, old
ladies' comfort shoes, former
price $1.50, while they last
One lot of fancy Silks, in
lengths of from 1 to 10 yards,
former selling price 50c, 60c,
75c and $1.00, while they last
800 yards extra heavy
weight Outing Flannel, sells
10c and i2j^c per yard, while
(20 yards to a customer)
200 Fascinators and
Shawls, all colors, to be
Less than Jobbers
We will explain to you how it can be made possible
for you to have a chance at such a sale as this.
Having bought the G. A. McKindley stock of Dry
Goods, Boots. Shoes, Hats, Caps and Clothing far be-
low the manufacturer's cost, makes it possible for us
to sell you at the cost of the goods and then leave us
a handsome profit.
Saturday, Feb. 18th,
XT 9:00 X. M.
this money saving sale begins. Unprecedented prices
prevail through each department. Why not avail your-
self of this opportunity. All winter goods will be
SLAUGHTERED REGARDLESS OF COST. It will pay
you to buy them and carry until next season.
Our shoe department is made up of good dependable
shoes that are made to wear as well as look well. We
have a good selection of sizes and styles in the famous
Drew-Selby shoes for ladies.
All other departments are chuck full of good whole-
some merchandise at prices that will convince the
most conservative shopper. This stock of goods must
move at once so as to make room for my spring pur-
chases, which will begin to arrive in a very few days.
I will continue in the dry goods business at the fllc-
Kindley stand, where I hope to meet my former friends
and customers and be able to convince them that I not
only can sell them as good goods for the same money,
BUT BETTER GOODS FOR LESS MONEY.
200 yds. good width bleached
Domestics, former prices 7#c
and SJ^c, while it lasts
While it lasts, 500 yards
good Cotton Checks, formerly
sold at 6^c per yard, now
(20 yards to a customer.)
300 pairs good, heavy cot-
ton Socks, former price 8^c,
while the}' last
75 pairs of Shoes for men,
all sizes, former price $1.50
and $1.75, while they last
200 pairs of Men's odd
Pants, all sizes from
30x30 to 46x34, at re-
diculously low prices.
This only .gives
you a very small
taste of the good
things that will be
to select from.
It's a Big Loss to You and Me Both if You Pass this Sale by.
i Remember the Date and Hour. Be on Time, fZ
V Fifty 25c Hair Brushes, as long
z as they last will sell at
GET YOUR SHARE AND DON'T KICK AT THE CROWD.
^ . (One to a customer.)
Doors Open at 9 a. m. ?
* 50 pairs of Hand Towels, sell ?
• regular 10c, as long as tbev last |j
! J. D. CURREATHERS,; 5c
Formerly with Blake A Curreathers.
(Two pair to a customer.)
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Crittenden, H. L. Mangum Sun-Monitor. (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 16, 1905, newspaper, February 16, 1905; Mangum, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc284865/m1/4/: accessed November 23, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.