The Altus Times. (Altus, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 24, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 16, 1903 Page: 4 of 6
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Cot jh PTfftrnt! (ilo.^T"
on 'Ins salepair for i$c
Begins Monday Morning, June 20, and Continues to July 10.
C|%A#C Two different
JIIOW Bargain coun-
lers in this line; fir*t is
100 pair* CliliJrriiNiiJ
l.*die»' soft Show and
Sltppus, worth fromx
*1 J« to #1 7S w*'
Iwvc put all mil on
cpmiiw and will »eil
you choice for only ^oc
SHObb. .'Co pan* Men*,
l.udies and Children'*
Shoes In very nice
grade of goods, value
runs from ll.$o to 9),
close now, choice. |l
FOR CASH. FOR SPOT CASH, WE NEED THE CASH IN'OUR BUILDING. This sale will positively be the greatest one1 we have ever p
shape of a reduction.^ We have always put on our Annual Clearing Sale in late July. This time we have put it on early in a aoume neaaer,
have ever put on In the
want the Cash now. Twenty Days of Great Sacrifices.
EVERY ITEM IN THE STORE TO SELL AT COST FOR CASH.
We have advertised many items at cost in the store, but have always reset v. some items in every sale, but on this sale EVERYTHING GOES. Nothing
Reserved. Every clerk has positive instructions to sell at Cost.
On our Big Clearing Sale
we are getting ready for
our new house and want
our stock to be new.
In Thirty Days now our
Buyer will hit New
to furnish our
Out arid Out.
Too much a ock on hand
entirely for me of year
and are willing to sacri-
fice at Actual Cost.
Spring and Summer
trade has been somewhat
backward and we want to
sell every person who
UnJoad, we will unload
we must, and this sale is
for the purpose of getting
Premium C for wall canvass, 36-inchcs wide, this sale
Good weight, heavy L. L Domestic, nk* and smooth, this sale
A great lot of fancy dress lawns, in
neut figures for children's dresses
and supposed to bo fast colors, regu-
lar Gc grade, we -will close on this
sale at Ji l-2c
Another lot of lawus, wider and better
quality, regular price was 8c, pu this
salt Jose for 5 l-2c
All othwr Lawns iu the bottfer
grades to close, at COST.
Kxtra salespeople will b« put ou
during this great sale and you
will be waited on, no matter
how great the Rath. Thi« i«
the Clearing Sale and getting
ready to move into our new
No Goods Reserved.
We hav« in reserve ordera from the
Mill*, 5,000 yards of that nice Mill
End Calicoes, all thrown into a pile,
these are Simpson's goods, »Ji« best
Calicoes you buy and are going to,
sell choice lengths at - 8c
Later tbe shorter lengths will cloee 1}
Mill Ends of Beautiful Dm* Lawns,
you saw sons of them in our Febru-
ary sale, lot more of these thrown
out ou this sale, value 10c to 15c,
this sale 4c
No better opportunity will ever
present itself to the people <>f
this community to save luout-v
on a Dry Goods sale. It wiJJ^y
you to borrow money and \Ay »
bill of from $26 to wnrtli of
goods during this sale, because
cotton goods are higher than for
years and now at this time of
year we are willing to sacrifice.
All of the best calicoes iu'Simpson's
and American's the very best grades
and brands all iu uice whole bolts
and new goods, selling at from ttc to
7c, on this s*le will s«ll at per yard 8<c
i'KRCALES, double width, iu good
last colors, the red and blues, we
• II put ou the 12 l-2c walitr for 7 1-2
ZEPHYR GINGHAMS inVH the best
grades and nice patterns cf> this *«le
to close at > •
rcarbartt Overalls^and jumpers on this sale for ooc.
White Lawns and India Linens.
A nice grade of White Lawn? S l-8c on this sale
Verv smooth grude at 10c on this sale 7c
The 12 l-2c graile White Lawn and India Linen we put ou sale at .8c
The 15c grade white Lawns and India Linens we h*(l advertised
at 11c, now we put on at .. .
All the betterluid real fiue grades of White Lawrs, P"t n Lawns,
aud IuMBkiens will be clcjed at cost.
5c Fain 'J for
10c Fans 2 for .
15c Fans 2 for
20c Fans 2 for
pearl buttouB, | r dozen
25c puff co#ibs to clow
&0c waist sets to> o«« ....
25c waist se^6 to c ose.
(Mi Claw Otd Sixes on UK i*W(fa
TURKISH TOWELS, good, heavy bleaoW Turkish towela
fine, soft (jiinlity, value 85c, this sale
BARBER TOWELS in nice, pure white quality, 10c
on earth, this sale, sell you 2 pairs for ■ 1JC >i
HONEY COMB TOWELS iu good. laig*»i» well worth 85- ^
pair, on this sale to close for
CRASH, the good heavy linen, Browu CraHl that you alw^»'n
pay from 10c to 12c, ou this sale per yard . ■ • •« 1'i!c
PILLOW CASES retdy made, large sine, in uice material, a
good value at 20c, each on this »ale, th«jr are to clo«e for. l*c
m Before in tbe fiistory of cur Business baj$l»e pw on snefc a Sweeping mutual
I, in a fair quality of jjg<
we bought these extiea). .
iiv for. _ •' $4 20
PJaid styles, just fho Pont
lalue $10. We will simply
ght, that we are simply go-
le from $12.50 to $15 and
is, in very fine cloth,at.$17.50
we wilt sel) on tlHS-Plile $1.20
ise on this sok-for only .$1.50
u tlius saje" $1.80 and $2.10
o^5e closed out at COST.
We find that some stores from a distance have beeu sending circulars
to our customers, quoting extremely low prices, for instance the stores
at Mangum, Hobart, Snyder, Vernon and Quauah. Now all we have to
^ay i8; anytime you get one of these circulars, just fold it up and bring
it with you to our store and we'll fill your bill by their quotations. We are here to sell our
trade these goods aud will never be undersold by any outside or inside competition bo any
of our customers receiving circulars from others, juat bring us the circular and we 11 till the
bill at those prices—See? •> _______
Wji hiive si,Id Met Sin'- that
V coat us $10 for $7.50
We havi* S'llil Men - Hals t iiat
•;ost us $1.2/3 for 95c
We liav" lost money mi thousauda
"f it'-ins since „ I. i-i.iess, and
ou tli!- Baile we ex| :t d«4ikf
We want to unload--
We warrt Cash.
Facts and Red Hot Low
BOY'S STRAW HATS the ex-
tra nice grade, yo* have beeu
paying ^J5c on this sale. 18c
Better Straw Hats, value 50c,_
we will close this sale. 85c
Men's Stmws Hats, the 85caud
50c kind, piled out to close.25c-
All the better and fine Straw
Hats to close ou this sale at
BELTS, new, just in, aud t"f>
many, so let tliem go, a
beauty that sells anvwhere
for 85e, on this sale we will
sell for 18c
B«lt Bargain sure enough is our
Bran New Belts, the 50c and
05c kind, to run this sale for 35
Kid Belts and Black Patent
Leather Belts, Y5c value, this
'* p'rjlft Men's 10 ounce Duck Pa t?, worth 75c easy,
Men's Mixed Wales [>aut» in gixjd f. v. color, sell 11.25
on this sale _
The Men's Woolei> Cassimefe Pa»t«, 11.76 and fT^ewiil
ou this sale at
Men's Better Worsted Pants, |2.25 to #2.50, on this sale you
may buy therfi for .only '
Men's nice Dress Pants iu black aiwi fa»»cy Caesimeree and
Woolen Worsted, sells at #8, this sale »*critte«s #1 >
$:> Men's Patijs to close W. 1
$1 Men's Pants, to close f #2.1
$5 Men's Pants to close: ♦# to $8.1
Men's $0 all wool, fine Worsted Pants, will clo*e ou this swle #8.1
All Cotton Goods reduced to the bottom.
0'. G'anv&s*» on tills* sale. -*1'
I* L. Domestic, the 7c kJn«l, this salt1 .Be
All Calicoes »k* and 7c, on this sale 3-4
Best Percales 12 l-2c, on this sale.. 7 1 2c
Hope Lonsdale Domestic \'i 1-2, this sale 81-.1
Best Mattress Ticking 15c yard, this sale . .10
A. ('. A. Ticking 2#c. very best, this sale. 15
Good Jeans 25c grade, this sale 18
Kxtra heavy half wool Jeans 40c, this sale 26c
All Cotton Goods and Staples will
be closed at COST.
Prices, Nothing Thrown in, Nothing: given away, but the prices all through
the minimum: its a Sacrifice for TWENTY DAYS.
Articles ati over house
Men's white vests for sunuiH'r from 90c to $2.40
Hoy's rubber sole base ball shoes to close at ♦fa-
Men's beautiful fancy sox 25c ki»d we will
close on this sale at 15c
Julen's string ties 25c to close 2 for
Men's derby hats 11.50 value (too many)at. .95c
Lace curtains 75c valine to close 45c
Lace curtains $1.25 value to close at 87c
Lace curtains $1.75 value to close at .. $1.20
Men's large red bandanas to close — 5c
Men's 10c white handkerchiefs to close . 5c
Window shades 50c to close at 28c
the store thrown down to
nice /*.'pin v Gingham Wai-t». ti
....d K." Ifrand which means the be*
worth alV a>> . "n till* sak- t..« I..
,-*»* ItalltrisfV'-i'i Summer I'ndei
tc, to c|»se on this sale ,
MEN'S SUMMER SHIRTS
lu tbe »!'•<■ Madra. good- all of the whole
line of 5<h-. and 7.V of Men s >und»»
shirts j»ut out in a pile to close for onh.. -
lialliriggau .shirts with drawers to match,
sells at H5c, on this sale .. 2<
Better Italbriggan Shirts and Orawers Ui
match, G5c seller, «>n this sale
•seam up Side" Orawrrs the best Peppernll
drill kind, worth 76c. ..n this sale 42 I
The 75c grade of work gloves for men anil
boy's to elosr 4
The $1 grade to dose »i
$1.25 and $1.50 grade to elose out at only
DKKSS GLOVES and all best grades to
close out at COST.
tLES THAT ARE TO SELL AT COST AND EVEN A LOSS THAT WE HAVEN'T ROOM TO ADVERTISE ON CIRCULAR
, IliaU. ►ellT~3tt-^
I Muslin Urrderw'ear
■ « 1 JIV olfering now the gfMNMt values la llil. line that h»- e*er
J iM-en offered
' --TiuWNS, good quality with emlirolderv Hi fn>nt of yoLi neal
rollin*, t""*l "111 « e sold all liroc for 7»» . ■"» this sale 4.*
I legai.1 «•••««*. ejnl.rolden lu front of W "ti I".-.- edge
and in-ertion- andl>J<Uils in front: w>. h:ne i-old for II ■*<
r on litis vile we < l"-e af .......
t.o*ri- Willi I'iee • inhrolder; all aii.uiul ruff- mdiollai and
» male!, over shoulder* Mi.) :
front voLe. thl» gow n» was an elrgant *ufti- a' *'-*>■
[<50.000 STOCK OF DRY GOOOa THL LAR
. 4*-.» n> nix.
Iire^s 'ioodb at Cost.
Trimmings at Cost.
I lover Laces at CosV. JtJlmr -
~ lu-its aad Purst*s at Cost.
!..ulit-> Skirts Jt Cost.
Lutifs Shirt W.iists M Cm1.
Ail Slippers, Shot ;. Oxf< .
|.-v .it Close.
OTKERS & COfOTPANY.
TMC 11*1* Mint. ai#us, oklahoma
It lsi>tm| l' slinmeful almost lorn merchant to run "i
of these goods fit the price we an1 turning thein lin.*
Here 1. n skirt made of good hltfek suttee ti mcrreri/ed, has
separate Bounce and 0 row« of real narrow. dainty red pip
Ing all around, value "I this skirt was H. We elose now.. '«•
Black I'eltlcoats with gn al ruffled flounce and trimmed at
Itotloin w llh wh lie piping, been selling at $1.80, on tliln sale !«lc
Verv Kleganl lllack P»»tleiial« in nice llnlsli and fuH trimmed
with ItnlTj (ounce, >..u always pa, ti for. now In close.. il.'.n
Kxtra fine. In fact, the nicest m. rii-rlied hlack Mti< oata with
. (vr large lieav v rows of Bounces, a good \alue w lieu (old at
la-Viand on this .ule we close them at 1
*11 Other'xktrt. toelosr at IW.
Parasols and Umbrellas
ladies' black 2>> ineh PnniMd, Iwen selling at Tfic. H ill close o
this sale for. 5.
Real nice black Parasol* oxodtzed handles and nice grades
farmers silk, sells at $1.50, to cloi^ now »r
Fancy Parasols, real nice. In black, red, white or navy, la
ifo«rtl silk, selling $2, now to close out for $i,30
« hildrfcn'* silk Parasols, very dainty, with rows of insertion
in «tame, red, white, pink or pale blue, a very fine little para
sol, $t,~H value, to dot* at .... $1.*
\II the higlier grade para»«»li» aud umlm-llas toelose «>nt at <'o*T.
EXCLUSIVE STOCK IN GREER COUNTY.
nants of Ribbons.
Remnants of Laces
Remuants of fcmbrokkrv
Kciiiujiu- of CdiiCO. '
Remnants of I^iwns.
Remnants of Uin^hains. ^
All Keuiiiant> in Iioum. ^.iseSf
half price. /*"
-Klll'l i KAMI In UK' g-«l weight for linen skirt*. U>e Iking )■* nam
for sumuaer wear, regular 15r >«lue. will rhnc o» Uil. Mile . ,
ami will . In* m on this Mle al
Call on us and save money.
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