The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 128, Ed. 1, Wednesday, October 14, 1908 Page: 4 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLA. WEDNESDAY OOTOTJ13R 14 1308.
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A Grand Exhibit oh' WoolteW
Suits and. Coats.
We liavo the distinction and honor of having the exclusive and sole agency of WOCiJUSX garments for
Guthrie and thiB part of the State. It is through the merit of such high cla. h merchandise as Wooltex garmentH
that .we are winning the favor good will and patronage of the best trade of ihe .Capital City Women who are
well posted and know and are leaders of fashion in this city highly commend our now-store and the quality of. .
goods we carry. Each WOOLTFX suit of coat posses individual stylo features cleverly originated by theskilled
dosigiiers of the WOOLTEX organization after careful study of the newest Parisian models. '
The illustrations in this advertisement only give a brief idea of WOOLTEX styles for this fall. But there "
is more to Wooltex than can be shown in pictures or expressed in words. Von will find in Wooltex garments the (
workmanship of none but master craftsmen. Every yard of goods used in Wooltex garments has been submitted .''
to the infalible boiling acid test. So you may rest content that pure wool only is used in making Wooltex gar-
ments. Linings are better by far than you have been accustomed to find in ready-for-weav garments.
1 Wooltex garments are sewn with silk thread of purest dye. It is all so easy to prove and more too if you
will nly come in and examine them yourself personally.
CT "J HP these exquisitely designed and perfectly fashioned garments and
OmC 111 ctnCl 1 TV On see just how you yourself appear in them Von will receive
courteous treatment whether your mission be to buy or to look.
The Modest Prices That We Make
Will Astonish You
Lead in FashiSn-
Only just a few style numbers are mentioned in this ad as space will not permit a fair description oven
len; words can not portray the real beauty of these suits aud coats you must come in and see them try them
a and see how reasonably they are priced to fully appreciate the real beauty in them. Below Ave give Just a
riof description of only a few of the hundreds of styles to be Been here.
Vo. 90S A simple tailor made suit of sapliire blue vene-
an cloth monotone stripe. Dressy enough lor calling
et qoiel enough tor general wear witli a note
t wOOIjKX distinction shown in the iletach-
ble collar band of contrasting color special at
No. 964 A WOOLTEX suit to ch .lenge instant adtnlr-
ivn by the graceful lines. The coat shows th? modiiled
rectorie effect iu the high waist lire the (MQ CA
i' ge buttons and wide cuffs priced w40o3U
i" clai at LI.
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912 A ntivel use of touches of black satin and vel-
idm character to this trim WOOLTEX street tult.
Hllirt isru new gored model wlt'i an extremely narrow
t breadth; l.itedal of venctiai cloth a &22 7C
Kitiful cloth ui stripe effects; sev.. ral colors hl) Jt 7
tct from specially priced at .
A dignified graceful suit. denrndlnir on its
jol line anil perfect tailoring tor effect;. 'i he mono-
m:cl is rolieed by touches ol Oriental' fl22 HE
an material of har.1 twisted wonted turirlair)
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Strictly tailored yet mar e dressy by the ad-
n til a tatlu waist coat with Orient
lied sides and many buttons It- hard
nil yor'sled-H'new colors. A retna 'kably
d value at
No. 979. The front placket and the habit bick Mrq dis-
tinctly new. The S14 inch coat Is severely simple and per-
fectly laHpred. The huts of this huit add elqgance to
any ligure Material of a hard twisted worsted(j2 A
In a YejVuistinct stripe of gray and white. thZI VI
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No. '95. A very trim severely tai.'ored suit in thoroufih
ly good.' style for street or general wear. Hard linislied
worsted monotone stiipes the suit Jhows the d25 7K
tendency of the Dlrectorie in the sla lied sides ftjjt J f)
Special at -..r --
' No1. 1031
A iauntv little suit for the "college-or high
school t'lrl in a quiet monotone stripe with a fl AC
touch of-color in all a very attractive ana mLJ J9J
stylish little suit priced at . .. ?
"Coats Wooltex Style's
No. 53LJlkis Beaucleve coat Is made In black broad-
cloth onfBlselTect of jqutet 'elegance is unequalled. The
lines add'sJeVdcruess and grace to the wearer. You should
come in and see these coats to fully appreciate & " r A
their ruaustylc and beauty specially wll v"
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No 793 and No. 795. Misses' coats long w;irm com-fortabl.emllltted-the
best style for the tfS TA
youthfuUtlgure; in blue green brown and red. Mfc g(J
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Jt is to bo a season of elaborate. picture
dressing for indoor wear and of sniaj't simplicity
for the street.
Divectoire styles hive the keynote 6t )resoiit
fashions. These are adapted from fashions worn
in Paris about 1795.
The chief feature of Direetoire gowns is
r losely swathed draperies with a high waistline.
The hue and cry about sheath. skirts open on the
sides and worn without petticoats need not dis-
turb anyone. The few of these Vxnggevat iohs
which have been seen in public have n)t been
worn l)v ladies.
The modified Directoirestylejs are genuinely
cliarming. But trailing skirts nve essential to
their success. This limits! their correct1 use to
drawing-room and carriage toilets.
For walking traveling and 'general. 'Utility
wear two-piece tailored suits are worn l)y voil
lressed women. Theii: styjfi copsisls in higli-
grade materials cQrr?3tlipes;and perfeion of
Suit coats are semi-fitting 110 to 'AG inches
long according to the height of the wcArer. Suii
skirts are plaited or lit ripples goi'es. Tholongt li
is 1 to 4 inches off the floor to suit the t'tste and
figure of the wearer. Plaited skirts are pre-
ferred with the Ion gel coats as their lines eon-
form better to those of the coats.
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our millinery j
that is irresisl
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pretty or so cj
prices as we arl
Oome in anl
suiis. and find
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FURS the finest collection in the citv-We have just received our new line
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For the- coming season . are
representee 1. and manv beauti-
pfyl 07iat'ctb:d sets are being.
shown. You will be most am-
ply repaid by a visit to this de.
partment. And to buy now
will mean a great saving to
you and y.ou now get the
cream of lite line.
Hundreds o Other
HtlT 'Furs'.. .
May -be. seen by --a -vtsi't to our
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Imitation Ohiuchinalla flat Rcarfe and
Muff. SQtf-i. a $12.50
Blue 0 'Possum Muff and flat Searl.
Set w...-......-- -. lylAw
Hrowu 0 'Possum flat broad Col-
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of furs whicjh repressxitthe fineat.collection of fine rare I
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pc.ture cannot do nerfr
Isabella Fox Divectoire Muff and
I Scarf representing four complete
fill's. Set . . $3600
Kiver link Keavf two heads the piece
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 128, Ed. 1, Wednesday, October 14, 1908, newspaper, October 14, 1908; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc72560/m1/4/: accessed December 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.