Durant Weekly News (Durant, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 31, Ed. 1, Friday, August 1, 1913 Page: 2 of 8
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THE BURAKT WEEKLY NKWR
BE SURE TO COME EARLY
READ THE OTHER PAGE
July 30th and 3 1st
Beginning Friday A. M.
Ana Lasting Only 10 Days
Another Mighty Clothing Event
Special August Clean-up Prices Begin Friday A. M. August 1
Following our established policy of "Carrying Nothing Over if Price Will Move
It" we start in August 1st on a final clean-up of Men's Young Men's and Boy's ..Ji
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which the value in good clothes doubles the value of every dollar you purchas.e
IT WILL PAY YOU TO BE THERE PROMPTLY
Men's and Young Men's
Suits up to $18.50 at
Men's and Young Men's
Suits $ 1 8.50 to $25.00 at
$ 1 0.85
NOW YOU CAN SEE WHY WE NEVER CARRY OVER SEASONABLE MERCHANDISE. DID OU EVER SEE SCHLOSS BROS.. KEEP-KOOL SILK LINED COATS AND PANTS. HIUSCH
WICKWIRE CO'S. SUITS SELL FOR LESS THAN TWICE THE ABOVE AMOUNT AT REGULAR PRICES? IT WOU&D BE THE POOREST BUSINESS POLICY FOR US TO
DECEIVE YOU.BUT IF YOU COME BEFORE THE ICO SUITS WE HAVE LEFT ARE PICKED YOU WILL BE THANKFUL.
Boys' Suits Hats
and Odd Pants
Kit ouiOMto n M
fm CHICAGO feif.
Splendid opportunity to get your
boy a Rood school suit or two for lit-
All 110.00 Suits at S7.GS
All $8.00 Suits at S.595
All $G.OO Suits at $4.45
All $5.00 Suits at 83.65
All $3.50 Suits at S2.50
Boys $2.00 Odd Pants nt S1.45
Boys $1.50 Odd Pants at SI. 15
Boys $1.00 Odd Pants at 756
Boys 50c and 65c Pants at 396
Boys $2.00 Hats cleared at $1.45
Boys $1.50 Hats cleared at 986
Boys $1.00 Hats cleared at C5i
Children's Wash Suits and Hats clear-
cd at ONE-THIRD OFF
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We buy only high grade stylish
Men's Furnishings. You may
rest assured it is right when you
get it here.
Special Show Case $1.50 fchlrts all broken lots and sizes ot Wilson
Bros. Emery E. and W. and Cluott Shirts In the lot at 08
Another lot ot $1.00 Shirts splondid assortment sizes correct arm
engths in plain and colors with and without collars for 656
Another assortment ot C5c and 75c values pleated and plain bosom
with and without collars cleared at 4.56
Good Blue Charabray Work Shirts 396
Men's Odd Trousers
Few coata are worn this hot
weather necessitating a good sup-
ply of cool neat fitting trousers.
This Is a splendid opportunity to
lay in a supply.
$5.00 Whito Serge with neat black
hairline stripe sido take-up belt
strap button down pockets now
Choice any other $5.00 pant in the
Special lot ot Palm Beach Linen
All $3.50 and $4.00 Pants as Ion?
as thoy last $2.85
All $2.50 and $3.00 Pants will go
Special lot Array Kalkl $2.00 val-
ues now . . $1.65
Wash Pants- .
Best Unlon-mado Overalls. 756
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I IT WILL PAY YOU and YOUR FRIENDS TO READ BOTH PAGES OF THIS "AD"
Clean-Up Prices on Every Pair of Low Cut Shoes in Our Shoe Department
This means choice of one of the largest and best selected stocks of good shoes in southeastern Oklahoma. We have
long a?o found out it pays to handle only good shoes. Neither dos it pay to put a shoe on your foot that does not fit
regardless ot how anxious we may be to sell it therefore we advise coming early before sizes are broken.
So many have worn out their oxford3
and it's too hot to buy high shoes and
you want something to make out the
season. This is jour opiwrtunlty.
$3.00 oxfordB in low heel both strap
and button oxfords in tan white and
black cleared at S1.95
$2.50 Misses and Children's Oxford)
In canvas nubuck tan and gunmetal.
Educator lasts cleared at $1.45
CHILDREN'S 89c TABLE
Contains broken sizes and lots of
black whito and tan pump strap san-
dals and button oxfords up to $2.00
cleared up at . 806
Our ladles shoo business has been unusually Heavy necessitating
keeping up sizes and styles until late shlng nn advantage not often
found for oxford barsalns. We have arranged them all In four lots:
Lot 1 Choice of all $1.00 nnd $5.00 Oxfords black white or tan in
all new lasts and leathers will bo clpped at S2.85
Lot 2 All $3.50 oxfords Including patents tans gun metals kids
newbuck canvas all lasts and styles at S2.45
About 90 or 100 pairs groken lots and
sfzes In ladles' high grade $4.00 and
$5.00 oxfords undoubtedly U10 great-
est values of tho season at S1.9S
RIG 89c TABLE
This is our cleanup table on It you'll
find oxfords In tan black nfrd white
and all lasts and leathers values from
$1.50 to $3.50 at unusual prico of 986
$C00 and $7.00 Edwin Clapp Oxfords
in patent tan gunmetal and kid leath-
ers narrow and wldo lasts S4.85
Dion P. Reynolds the best $5.00 ox-
ford made new lasts in button and
bluchor all leathers once you wear
them you'll have not other S3.05
"Walkovor Oxfords now English walk-
ing lasts best $5.00 tan calf $3.05
Walkover Oxfords in new English
walking shapes will bo cleared at
i1'?0 J!!ts.f 2'95 The celebrated
J. E. Tilts $4.00 Oxfords in button and
blucher. tuns gunmetals kids and pat-
ent leather at $2.05
One lot ot $3.50 and $4.00 Oxfords in
broken sizes unusual values In Match-
less Tilts and others for $2.45
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Evans, E. M. Durant Weekly News (Durant, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 31, Ed. 1, Friday, August 1, 1913, newspaper, August 1, 1913; Durant, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc82558/m1/2/: accessed November 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.