The Wanette Enterprise (Wanette, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, October 24, 1913 Page: 7 of 8
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The Greatest and Most Sensational Merchandising Event Ever Undertaken in the History of the Great State of Okla.
Sixtv-eight thousand dollars worth of Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Shoes, and Misses Suits, Ladies Misses, and
Childrens Coats Millinery, Trimmings, Suit Cases, Trunks, and Men’s Furnishings. Our entire stock placed on the
W W 'W ■ w w ^ ALTAR of Sacrifice and sold at PRICES that will beggar description, stagger competition and make the most
power of dollars, an so o p ; the City of Shawnee. Owing to the backward season, bad weather conditions and the money
ed in the history of the grand^te of OWahwoa^nd that mu3t b/disposed of. When the AURORA STORE, which has been the creator
stringency, we find ourselves with P d , f ghawnee and surr0unding country who are our patrons, ought to know what an
of under-priced Me,rchand se makes‘ » >totement like ^and you do know from past experience, that we don’t do things half-way-we don’t confine
exceptional event we consider this to be, you ought to know * ^tire gixt Ei ht Thousand Dollar stock of Dependable Dry Goods, Ladies,’ Misses and
ourselves to some odds and ends t a ^e «. disposal, bought for spot cash at Jobbers’ Prices, saving you the middleman’s
Ch ildren’s Ready-to-Wear ^™e^your^money^o' further than usual, think what this Gigantic Over-Production Sale means to you.
profit. You mothers and fathers . i t: _ what a variety to select from! What prices! Perhaps never again in your life will
Our ontire stock in one slaughter, w a. ana™m'neSrc^andi8e g0 fa’ below the usual standard. It is not merely an unusual sale. There is nothing more to
such a chance comfront you to buy seas . ■ Fridav October 17th 9. a. m. sharp. The shrewdest buyers will be here early, and every arrange-
be said. The Gigantic Over-Produc ion , \ e tb may be Time and space does not permit the telling of half, the good news, but as
^ iiuote thc
following ITEMS. ____ ----- -
SffiS Friday, October 17,9 o’clock a. m.
Men’s : Youths jgflQES
Clothing |por f4an Woman
Boy or Girl
L A D I E S’
We know the foundation
on which our Clothing is
made We see that they are
right in the first place, then
guarantee them to you. The
manufactures protect us,
and we protect you just as
thoroughly as the fabrics of
which our Suits and Pants
are made. We want to
impress you with these
facts, that behind and,
below, fabric, style and fit
we have knifed every price
without mercy. Kindly note
Men’s Dress and Business
Suits, i n Serges, Worsted
and Cheviots, worth every
cent of $7.50 and $10.00,
Our Shoe departmet is com-
plete in every respect. Every
Shoe guaranteed solid leather
and warranted as represented
or money refunded.
Men’s and Ladies’ Gun Metal
Vici and Patent Leather
Bootees, $4.00 and $5.00
values, Over-Production Sale
Ladies’ Gun Metal, Vici and
Patent Leather Button or Lace
Shoes. Regular $3.50 values,
Men’s and Ladies’ Gun
Metal, Vici and Patent Leather
Button or Lace Shoes, $2.50
and $3.00 values. Over-Pro-
duction Sale price......$1.98
Ladies Kangaroo Calf and
Men’s Business and Dress t Qjove grain Lace Shoes, the
Suits, regularly worth $12.50 .• kjnd for bard wear, regular
and $15.00. Over-Production > $2.00 and $2.50 values, Over-
^ Sale price............$7.89 production Sale price — $1.48
Men’s Fine Dress Suits, warranted all wool, regularly sold *.
from $13.50 to $18.00. Over-Production Sale price....... .$9.48
Men’s Dress Suits, fully worth $20.00 to $25.00. Over-Pro-
duction Sale price ........................9
Staple Dry Goods
Over-Production Sale price-yard........• • ...........■ • • 4c
Extra Heavy Outing Flannel, regular 12 l-2c value, Over-
Production Sale price, yard..........
Yard wide LL Brown Domestic, the 10c Over-Production
Sale price, yard
Bring Your Shoe
Trouble To Us
A complete line of Boys’ and
Children’s Shoes, in all the
new lasts and leathers too
numerous to mention at Over-
Production Sale price that will
stagger the most skeptical.
Never before in the
history of Shawnee have you
seen such a variety of Suits
and Coats, such as you will
see here, made up in the
latest styles and models, in
all the new fabrics, good
wearable linings, and styles
to suit the most fastidious
tastes. To see them is to
buy them. Note the prices.
Ladies’ Suits o r Coats,
$10.00 values, Over-Pro-
duction Sale price____$5.98
Ladies’ Suits or Coats,
$12.50 values, Over-Pro-
duction Sale price____$7.98
Ladies’ Suits o r Coats,
$16.50 values, Over-Pro-
duction Sale price.. $10.98
$20.00 and $22.50 Coats and Suits, Over-Product-
ion Sale price.....................................$14.45
$25.00 and $27.50 Coats and Suits, Over-Product-
ion Sale price...................................$18.89
$30.00 and $35.00 Coats and Suits, Over-Product-
ion Sale price...................................$21.98
Ladies’ Carucals and Pony Coats. These Garments are
too well known to make comment. , All Coats worth up to
$15.00. Over-Production Sale price................$6.98
John B. Stetson Hats included in this sale.
Any $5.00 J. B. Stetson Hat, all shapes and colors.
Over-Production Sale price........................$3.98
The STORE Where Quality Is Higher Than Price!!!
LOOK FOR THE RED
S Aurora Store
S I IM W 105 EAST MAIN STREET. SHAWNEE, OKLAHOMA
Two Stores: ARDMORE, SHAWNEE
No. 105 East Main ot. ________
-True emblems of economy, and _ TTIX/^
and you’ll be led RIGHT.. JulliJIvfj II OP«
Railroad FARES Refunded!
To Out-of-Town Buyers
For One-Hundred Miles
Buy a ticket from your agent and
h"*ve him give you a cash receipt.
Present this cash receipt to the clerk
from whom you make your purchase,
and Railroad Fare will be paid back
to all out-of-town buyers making
purchase* of $25.00 or over.
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Brewer, L. E. The Wanette Enterprise (Wanette, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, October 24, 1913, newspaper, October 24, 1913; Wanette, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc853879/m1/7/: accessed April 25, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.