The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 154, Ed. 2, Wednesday, November 6, 1907 Page: 4 of 8
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THE LEADER QUYHftlE OKL'A.
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1 MENS $15.
to this Mammoth TWO-FLOOR Clothing Store
(or Dependable Clothing for Men and Boys
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Our High Class Hand Tailored Fall and Will-
ter Suits for Men and Ybung Men are creating con"
siderable stir among men who seek correct dignified
dress. Our wide range of fashion models richness of
material and coloring artistic tailoring and perfect fitting
garments together with our Small-Profit Prices
strike popular favor at once and most men who come to
look find suits here they want.
e most attrac
Suits in handsome and correct models skillfully
tailored by hand in the new and exceedingly popular
grays browns blues blacks aiid beautiful two-tone com
bi.nations.jnt stripes. checks. and plaids The fabrics are
pure worsteds and cassimeres- finished in exacting man-
ner. You can't find such' suits in Guthrie at any price
and if you send away for your suit you will pay $30 and
$35 tor the same suitthat y!ollJcan buy here for $25. 00.
Men's $22.50 to $27.5 Suits for $18 and $20
Our $18 and $20 Men's Suits are the kind you
pay 22.50 to $2750 for outside oi this Big Store.
interest to make This Store
At $15 we can show you more suits than you
will find in all the other places in town where they
keep clothing. We have bought these from all
the.- best manufacturers in the United States in
order to get together the strongest line of $ 1 5.00
Suits that its possible to be had. This line cov-
ers everything in browns grays bluesi blacks and
shadow stripes in cassimeres worsteds and chev-
iots all handsomely tailored hand made collars
and button holes. These suits are found in the
$18 and $?U lines if you buy outside of this Big
Store. Come in and see these handsome
suits at Price . . .
One Priced-Plain Figures5mall Profits
1 We've the largest stock of
the celebrated "JOHN B.
STETSON" HATS and
other hats in Oklahoma. Our
Small -Profit PRICES
marked in Plain Figures will save you from 5oc
I to $l.5o on your new hat.
If you haven't seen our es 1
ers its well worth while
and examine them. We
dreds of them to show
trousers are made by U
know how. We can fit
stout men tod iten of re
If you want to save mom
this Big Store for your ex
OUR MEN'S $10.00 SUITS
Arc the $12.50 $13.50 and $15.00
suits if you buy them outBido of
this Hig storo.
Visitors to Guthrie's Big Corn
and Cotton Fa.ir Next week are In-
vited to make this Store headquar-
ters meet trlends here rest here
use our telephone lea.ve your bun-
dles hero We will be glo.d to serve
you in any wa-y.
The growth of this h
tency oi QUALITY.
eral public recognizt
merit of our clothing ;
strides in increasing the
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The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 154, Ed. 2, Wednesday, November 6, 1907, newspaper, November 6, 1907; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc76893/m1/4/: accessed September 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.