The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 17, No. 49, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 3, 1899 Page: 3 of 6
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CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO.
VINITA INDIAN TERRITORY THURSDAY AUG. 3 1899.
VOL. XVII. NO. 49
30 pieces new styles
igs Anniversary Sale. . .S 1-3
Fine grade dress shield-
never sold for less than
Anniversary Sale 5 c
Ladies' hem stitch drawn
work corner white hand-
kerchief worth l."k
Anniversary Sale 5 c
CA) pairs Nottingham and
Scotch Iac- curtains full
width- and lengths worth
up to f 1.7.".
Anniversary Sale 9Sc
Elegant new patterns
21 pieces worth 30c.
Anniversary Sale 15c
Ladies' washable chamois
gauntlets white or natu-
ral color all size regu-
lar $1.00 grade.
Anniversary Sale 50c
Only live piece-
width cheap at Site.
Go at 4 l-2c
Over Lace Plaids
25 pieces over lace plaid
nice neat stylish makes
beautiful dress or skirt
Anniversary Sale.. 7 I -2c
VT HSh H B i " wa FL&vi H H H YkSEhi lflc
Thursday Aug. 10th Friday Aug. 11th Saturday Aug. 12
aud through next week Ending' Saturday 19th
An occasion that will go down in mercantile history as the greatest event that has taken place in the annals of retail trade in this p
or any other town. For two years we have striven to please and that our efforts have been successful is evinced by our fast growing
business and the thousands of -pleased natrons who have dealt with us. We have stuck the "merciless price cutting knife' ' in deen
in many instances cutting the price more than half. Read every line "test the matter save the dollars." Pass it on let neighbor
Staple Dry Goods.
Dress Goods. i
We haven't room to describe to you the many
offerings in this department. You will find
all the new. nobby things and every item re-
duced in price. Take time; look it- through.
We sell more silks than all others. Space
will not permit us giving descriptions and
prices; we will reduce every piecejinHJie house.
Ladies Hosiery. "
See them. Ladies hose (you never bought
as good for 25c) '9C
Look at This.
A yard wide sea island cotton unbleached
cheap at 6J4C. Anniversary sale 4c'd
yard or bolt.
And Think of This.
"Indian Head" the heaviest brown muslin
made. Will sell you all you want at 5c
It's cheap at yc.
The good family kind. In our Anniver-
sary Sale 5C
A Good Yard-wide Bleach
Free from starch worth 7c 4 -2C
A Good 9-4 Unbleached Sheet
Two and a half yards long for 33c
Pepperell 9-4 Sheeting.
You know that is the best. What you
want at 14c a yard
45-inch Bleach Pillow Cotton.
Regular I2jc. Anniversary Sale price 8 1-3
Pepperell 10-4 Twill.
YOU Good Housekeepers! We own too
much of Pepperell 10-4 Twill Sheeting. You
can buy it at 23c
2 Cases Cotton Flannel.
We bought them cheap. Going to give you
the benefit. Are regular 10c goods. Sale
price 7 I2C
The Best Shirting Cheviot Made.
Sold for 10c. Anniversary Sale 7 i2c
Good Heavy Tick.
You have all bought some of that good
heavy tick from us at i6tc. You know how
good it is. No use telling you any more.
You can buy it for 12 1-2C
A Good Straw Tick
We have ever been considered strong in this
line. You will remember our Anniversary
Sale for years if you will buy some of these really
good linens. Every linen in the house reduced.
A 60-inch bleach Table Damask beautiful
patterns regular 30c goods ' 19
A 60-inch bleach Table Linen regular
price 65c. Anniversary Sale 40C
Ajvi-inch all linen half bJ;ach.D;uru.sk . . 19c
Be sure and sec this one. 2 pes 72-inch lin-
en good styles sells for 75 c at 49c
3 pieces 72-inch bleach table linen very fine
elegant patterns regular 1.25 at 75c
A goodfast color red damask 58-inch 12 1-2C
Renfrew fancy table damask good value at
65c. See it. Anniversary Sale 30C
A good Cotton Crash 3c
An 18-inch best Crash only 5 pieces of them.
They will go first day. Long as they last 5c
In order that you may know exactly how
good "F. C." Corsets are will sell during our
anniversary sale the regular S1.50 coi- ( 1 QQ
This is truly one of the places where "Cost"
cuts no figure. It's a short story don't take long
to tell you how cheap they are. We WILL
NOT carry over a single waist.
LOT 1 consists of all our So and 75c Shirt Waists.
They go at 39c
LOT 2 consists of our entire line of $1.0031.25
Si. 35 Shirt Waists. They go at the unheard
of price of '. 49c
You couldn't have them made for the price.
"'LOT 3 cbnsists of our entire line Si. So S1.75
2.00 2.50 3.00 Shirt Waists. They go at. . 99c
You couldn't nor neither could we buy the
embroidery in them for the price.
Ginghams and Prints.
We own 3 cases Win. Simpson & Sons sat-
een finish prints. They sell for 7c. Give you all
you want in our Anniversary Sale at 3 I2C
Any and every Percale in the house many
worth I2c. Anniversary Sale price 5C
Choice any Apron Check Gingham in the
house grand good 7 and SJ3C values. Sale
Our entire line Dress Ginghams regular 10
and 12c goods ."" 7 1-2C
Choice any Dress Prints in the house (many
cost 4 and 5c) 4c
V- I 1 if 11
1 a 1 1 a a
Let everybody in your house read this adver-
tisement read it yourself first then point out the
money savins to others. Our stock of shoes is ac-
knowledged to be far better in workmanship fit
and wear than any other carried in the country.
The stock consists of four of the strongest lines
manufactured in the United States namely Utz &
Dunn's ladies and misses fine shoes and Oxfords
fine shoes. Brown Shoe Company and
nosniem oi uo. mens
Peters Shoe Company.
pairs hulk's low eut-
)0. Anniversary aU
Odd Lots No. 1 consists of Vol
tot" slippers worth 1.0U to l.i
30 pairs ladies black sandals sold in Viniui for 1.00.
niversary sale "f
72 pairs ladies Oxfords blacks and tans Coin and Ya-ar
toes worth 1.75. Your choice $1.10
32 pairs children's and misses' strap sandals in blaek and
tans regular price is 1.25 and 1.50. Anniversary .-ah-
we sell 12 to 2 at 1.10 ; 5 to 1 H nt SSi-
112 pairs misses Yici kid shoes lace and button size- S to1
2 regular price 1.00. Anniversary sale. . . . .5c-
72 pairs children's 'dioo- -izos 3 to 5 15e"
Uttz it DunnV Ladies Fine Shoes considered the br-t lit-
ting and best wearing line of shoes mr.de. Choice of
our 3.50 4.00 and -1.50 line- at 2.M
Uttz J: Dunn'- Fine Oxfords choice. Our 3.1M) lim- 2.2K;
2.50 lim l.'5
!Odd lot No. 2 112 pair nun's black and tan vici kid
I and willow calf all styles regular price 3.50. See this
! line. Sale price 2.35
72 pairs men's solid leather boxed toe shoe lace and con-
gress splendid wearer for hand work worth 3.00. An-
niversary sale 1.9S
1 2 10 pairs men's Satin calf lace or congress plain or coin
j toe worth 1.50 00c
1 Men's black and-tnn Nullifier sold by most firm for 1.75
! Anniversary sale 1.10
I How's this? An all solid plow shoe cheap at 1.50 for 00c
Choice of our Floshiem's men's fine shoes all 5.00 goods
1 at 3.85
This i.- one of the good things. Ladies black and tat. shoes
cloth tops and cloth inlaid regular 2.50 and 3.00 shoes.
Anniversary sale 1.S5
Is pairs men's low cut shoes coin or plain toe hae been
cheap at 1.50. Anniversary .-ale. 1.10
Remember XO COSTS considered in this
line and it is something- you can always use
not like some of our competitors "your
price" is NOT OURS but we make our
price so low that the goods will be yours.
V. nut nil nf thf !! f fnllowinor nt the
You never bought g!C
them neither did we tf lor 50 per cent more
A beautiful sheer organdy 32 inch wide
elegant patterns sold regular for 15c. .5c
in dark colors sheer patterns regular 15. .5c
Open low effect makes a beautiful dress
similar to Grenaderie regular 12 1-2 5c
in plain white. You have never bought
value like this for less than iocgoes at. .5c
The following line we sell at 10C worthy
of your special notice.
A new thing in wash goods price was 20c
regardless of cost it sells for 10c
Striped Bastiste new elegant stylish regular
20c cloth 1 0c
Elegant line beautiful little Dimities in dainty
new colorings. Regular 19c cloth at 12 I -2c
Silk stripe Ginghams regular 65c grades 37Jc
Remember we reduce the price of every piece
of summer Wash Goods and White Goods in our
A discount of 20 per on our entire line of
Ladies Duck and Linen Skirts
We only have about two dozen suits and one
and a half dozen skirts. Ye will offer the entire
line at JUST HALF the original price.
As usual when the end of the season comes
we haven't much millinery left. What we have
is only one and two hats of a kind. What we
have we will sell vou at Slaughter Prices.
Remember the dates Thursday Aug. 10 Friday n Saturday 12 and continuing One Week. The Good Things go first. Come early. Tell
your neighbors to come. It will surely be a Honey Saving Sale. We have employed a force of extra clerks to wait upon you.
We have made arrangements with the railroads by which our custom-
ers from Fairland Afton Chelsea Adair Big Cabin Bluejacket and Welch
"S3 purchasing $20 or more will have one-half of their round-trip ticket re
turned to them.
THE ONE PRICE
About 20 pieces new styles
regular 25c R yaifl.
Ijiidics FHSlMnck IIoso.
regular 15c quality.
8 l-3c a pair
Sateen Finish Prints
Win. Sinip-on & Son-'
Hatcon Finish Prints.
Good Styles 3 l-2c
How is This?
Zephyr Ginghamx iootl
patterns. You have paid
12ic for them in Vinita.
Long as they last 5c a yard
Near Silk Linings
We will sell oine shades
in this ltoiiular -oc dress?
5c a yard
Ladies Vests K
All size- sold for
Cellt. (5o at
4c each 3 for 10c
An 1-inth lilt-ached
Crn-di cheap at 10e. -
Long as they last . . . 5c
Thursday. Friday and Sat-
urday and as lent: a they
labt 'each dav 11 to 12
o'clock 10 yards GOOD
FastColor'd Lawn at 1 fjc
Only 10 yds to person.
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Marrs, D. M. The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 17, No. 49, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 3, 1899, newspaper, August 3, 1899; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc71605/m1/3/: accessed June 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.