Durant Weekly News (Durant, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 48, Ed. 1, Friday, November 28, 1919 Page: 3 of 10
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InAY. NOV- 28 1919
DURANT WEEKLY NEWS
Every Suit Coat or Dress
Is Specially Priced
NOT MARKED UPTHEN MARKED DOWN TO MAKE LARGE COMPARATIVE PRICES.
NEITHER WERE THESE GARMENTS BOUGHT OR MADE FOR REDUCED-SALE PURPO-
SES; BUT YOU'LL NOTICE THEY BEAR THE LABELS OF NATIONALLY-KNOWN MAK-
ERS LIKE WOOLTEX REDFERN BISCHOF AND KIRSHBA UM FOR STYLE AS WELL AS
FABRICS AND TAILORING. BUT FEW OF THESE GARMENTS COULD BE HAD TODAY
EXCEPT AT AN ADVANCE OVER WHAT THEY COST US YET WE WILL PUT THESE PRIC-
ES ON SO YOU MAY HAVE THEM WHILE YOU NEED THEM AND WE CAN HAVE THE
ROOM FOR HOLIDAY GOODS.
Not So Many Suits But all Finely Tailored
Silk Plush Coats and Coatees
Good Silk Plushes are hard to obtain at any price. Last sea-
son we bought Plush Coats and Coatees early so that now
at regular prices our Silk Plushes are good values but at
our special prices they're unusual.
Full Length Fine Silk Plush Coats fancy silk lined loose
back or belted Beaver Squirrel or Raccoon Collar $150 to
$185 values at $119 to $145
Yukon Seal Coatees Beaver Collar deep cuffs $95.00 value
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Good Black Silk Plush Coats Rac-
coon Collar $85.00 sellers at $69.75
Plain Silk Plush Coats belted or
loose back $45.00 values at ....$33.50
Two or Three Unusual Coats Panne
Velvet Satin Siley Fur Collars and
Cuffs gathered or draped back and
Raglan sleeves $185.00 to $200.00
values at $145.00
VINE CLOTH COATS PLAIN OR FUR COLLARS
There's always a big demand for Good Cloth Coats with
Good Tailoring and Youthful Lines in such cloths as Broad-
cloth. Bolivia Peachbloom Crystal Cord Chamelion Cord.
Sihertip and others because they can be worn and look good
lor many seasons.
Some of these Coats came in late and they are very smart
with Seal Beaver and Raccoon Convertible Collars; $135.00
alues now $98.00
Another range of these cloths full lined without furs $75.00
to S80.00 values at $59.75
I.es expensive cloths in Silvertone Duvet-de-Laine Tryco-
tiiu'. Mannish Serge some bloused others boxed or belted
?o0.00 to $55.00 values at $38.75
Good Warm All-Wool Coats for motor street and general
wear some half lined all convertible collars selling as low
a- $29.50 $27.50 and $23.50
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We have never had so many compliments on our SUITS hav-
ing to take sample lines from traveling men to keep up our
stocks of Wooltex Redfern and Bischof Suits so we do not
have so many to offer you but what we have are extraordin-
A few suits of Panne Velvet Peachbloom Chiffon-Broadcloth
fine fur collars new sleeves hand embroidered ves-
tees $148.00 value at $9830
Beautiful Tailored Suits of Duvet-de-Laine
Bolivia Silvertip Frost-
glow full silk lined some flared
jackets $G5.00 to $70.00 values now
priced at $48.
Suits of Trycotine Mannish Serge
Silvertone Vclour at $35.00 to $2330
No charge for skillful fitting and
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Millinery For Everybody
At A Saving of About One-Half
Seeing ire tcere getting law on nicer Hats our milliner made a special
rip to market and picked up about 200 New Midwinter Hats m the new
shapes with metallic crowns fur and duvrtyn brims Ostruh and hand
embroidery trims that arc aorn by best dressed people everywhere tu
thai you can now afford a change or something to go with your new
costume Sec these early before they're picaea oiei
WOOL DRESSES WILL BE USED
MORE THAN EVER
And under advice of best authorities we bought the cloths
early and had them made up in late styles so now many of
these materials have doubled in price and the season to en-
joy them just coming on.
Trycotines have led in favor especially the good ones that
take good tailoring hand embroidery novel necks $85.00
values at $68.50
Mannish and Fine French Serge come next in the Tailored
Wool Dress always ready; new necklines novel sleeves in
$00.00 and $05.00 values at $17.50
Then we have the Jerseys in Heather Oxford Brown and
Blue that take such pretty braids and embroidery; unusual
values at $35.00 $28.00 and $21.00
Silk Taffetas Charmeuse and Satin-Faced Silks Tricolette
as well as combinations of Georgette and Crepe-dc-Chines
from .. $78.50 $69.00 $18.50 and down to $28JiO and $19.85
$25.00 and ?u5.00 values made of Satin Siley
Panne Velvet Ostrich and Metalliis effect
$20.00 to $24.50 alues in Rolling Sailor Chin
Chin and draped turbans fur and Metallic trims
More than 50 Hats all good styles both large
and small shapes values to $15 and $18
Dressv Hats for Misses and Children $6 to $8.o0
The Little Things
To complete your costume and add
so much to your pleasure and comfort
RAGS GLOVES SILK HOSE COR-
SETS I1RASS1ERS SILK UNDER-
STYLISH FOOTWEAR are here in
newest "tylos colors and materials.
Special attention given to the fitting
of Glovo-i and Shoes.
Big showing of banded Sailors
brims Lyons velvet at
Another lot selling up to $10.00 splendid styles
and materials at .$..8.
Some 75 o- 100 hats in many shapes and styles
all well made for hats to sell around $5 to $7
at $3.85 and . $.5
Big stock of childrens hats Toques auto and
Outing Hate at reduced prices.
Buy Furs Now
because owning them at last Summer
prices which is from 25 to 50 per cent
less than we can re-order them you'll
have this advantage We sell Jack-
man's and Albrecht's Furs the two
oldest fur houses in the United State.-..
Stocks consist of the latest shapes
in neck pieces scarfs coatees muffs
at $10.00 to $18.00
And Fur Coats up to $385.00
Pretty showing of Children's Furs too.
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$3.85 to $19.85
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Evans, E. M. Durant Weekly News (Durant, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 48, Ed. 1, Friday, November 28, 1919, newspaper, November 28, 1919; Durant, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc82863/m1/3/: accessed January 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.