El Reno Evening Bell. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 263, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 28, 1902 Page: 4 of 4
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Our Entire Stock at Actual COST
No premiums given during July. All goods sold at these prices for cash only Note some of the prices.
Regular 5c seller............
lb gular 15
Regular 10c grade
Regular 10c seller
MEN’S AND BOYS’ CLOTHING
500 men’s suits, regular $10 and $12.50
.sellers, from $5.75 to $*.25
Hoys’ suits, ranging from $3.50 to $6,
go in this cost sale at from 98c to $"
The 25c seller 10
“ 60c “ 85
“ “ elastic seam drawers- 38
200 pairs linen pants, per pair 4!)
We have made up a lot of odds and ends
about 1000 pail s in all, and have them in
lots of all sizes and ^inds. There are
$•". and'$3.50 shoes and slippers in these
assorted lots. Lot No. 1, site. Lot No. 2,
f!.29. Lot No. 3, *1.40; tlii-is less than
original cost; all other shoes in the regular
stock go at the original cost
MEN S AND BOYS HATS AND CAPS
Here is where you should take a good
look: you will sec why stores always
warn to sell headwear; it bears a good
profit; the, profit is gone hero the month
of July; no sooner; no later
EXPLANATION: August 1st Mr. Fryberger retires from the
business having sold his interests, and this July sale is for the
purpose of lowering the stock. We realize that to make a
success of this sale we must do as we advertise—Sell at actual
cost. Each clerk will have instsuctions to make to everyone
on July 1st a price that will give to us the amount the article
cost, no more, no less. The stock is large and in order to give
everyone a fair chance, we have dated ahead the beginning of
the sale so that all who may wish to take advantage of it may
make their arrangements. Positively there will be no reser-
vation, every article will be on sale in every department.
fryberg-er-newell dep't store Co.
SUMMER DRESS GOODS
A very complete assortment and at as-
tonishing prices. All kin Is of dry goods
at the stores at original cost
NOTICE: I personally want to say to all my old customers,
that this sale will be carried on just as advertised, that I will
have personal charge of the stock and will see that you get
the merchandise you want at the original and first cost. I
have sold my interests and my goingoutdoesnot depend upon
any amount of goods sold during July, but the company who
succeed me have given a clear field and I assure you that
never before have good goods been sold in El Reno as will be
sold during* the month of July. W. E. FRYBERG-ER.
The $1.25 grade for................ 97
The $1.00 “ “ ................ HI
Silk mitts......................... ini
Silk Gloves....................... 52
The 75<• seller....... 5-,
The $1.25 “ .......... 94
The $2.75 “ ......................1.55
The line all cotton home-made, they cost
LADIES MUSLIN UNDERWEARS.
The 20c seller..
The 5t •
The 75c seller.
The 1.00 “
The 1.25 “
The 1.50 “
The 2.25 44
We haven't space to quote prices on every article in the store but we again assure you
that nothing will he reserved. If you don’t see what you want call for it as we have
many thousands dollars worth of heavy goods in boxes and will sell yoil outings,
flannels, canton flannels, ladies and children’s wraps, over coats —all heavy goods are
included, and at the original cost to us will be the price . : : : :
The 50c seller......
The 75 “ ........
The 1.00 “ ....
The 1.50 “ ........
Darning Cotton, three balls
Pearl buttons, the 10c seller
Plastics, the 5c.seller
The lOe seller..
The 50c seller -
“ $1.50 “
A fine assortment and the first
will have a good lot to select from
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Please do not Ask for the Above Prices Until Julv 1st.
Chemise, Skirts, Drawersnnd Children’s
muslin underwear are all included in this
l.ACES AND EMBROIDERIES
Here in this merchandise is where the
dry goods stores make their money. A
cost price will positively he made you all
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Simpson, E. J. El Reno Evening Bell. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 263, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 28, 1902, newspaper, June 28, 1902; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc913250/m1/4/: accessed July 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.