The Oklahoma Times Journal. (Oklahoma City, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 81, Ed. 1 Friday, September 8, 1893 Page: 3 of 4
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JOHN JACOBS, President CH A.S. A. LOVE, Dry Goods Teller. PRANK DONNELY, Clothing Teller.
MAX A. JACOBS Cashi r. MISS LORA WOERALL, Shoe Teller.
Capital, $60,000, in Mdso.
Undivided Profits, $10,000.
In view of the* financial difficulty which has befallen our land, and in view of the ready cash in
the pockets of our Farmers, Bankers, Lawyers and Mechanics of Oklahoma City and
entire Territory, the directors have decided on a grand 10 days'
CLEAN - SWEEPING - SALE.
FOR THE BENEFIT AND RELIEF OF THE PEOPLE-
On Thursday, September 7tn, till Saturday, September 16th, 1893, we propose to distribute
among our customers the
By reducing prices 20 per cent under actual cost. To give the public an idea of actual cost,
Directory of Special Bargains:
Dry Goods Department.
40 inch pure wool Bedford aud whip cords, all shades, in-
cluding black. These goods are unexcelled. Would be
special bargains over aome dealers' counters at 75c. Sep-
tember sale, 48c. "
36 inch wool Henriettas, 19c.
36 inch Bedford cords, 8£c.
36 inch German Serges, 8ic.
50 pieces fancy Challies, 2jc
10 pieces oil red Table Linen, 21c.
8 pieces pure Linen (white), 19c,
20 piecep table Oil Cloth, 15c.
25 pieces Linen Crash, 4c.
25 pieces Linen Crash, 5c.
100 pieces Best Print Made, 5o.
100 pieces Best Indigo Blue, 5c.
50 pieces Heavy Shirtings, 4Jc.
20 pieces German Blue, 9ic.
15 pieces Amoskeg Shirtings, 7Jc.
50 pieces LL Muslin, 4 Jc.
30 pieces Heavy Canton Flannel, 4 Jo.
10 pieces Best Demins, 11c.
8 pieces Good Jeans, 5c,
1 case Feather Ticks, 8ic.
Men's Tailor Suit* 17 25 In this lot you will find suits
worth from $10 to $15, including Caaimeres, Cheviot",
Worsteds, etc., made up in genteel style.
$7.25 September Sale Only $7.25
Men's Fine Suits
We have went through our st ck and selected 50 suits,
and want thsm to make us 50 good customers, 'lhey
are worth double the price.
$448 September Sale Only $4.48
$1 50 Children's Suits, 97c.
2.75 Children's Suits, $1.48.
3 25 Children's Suits, $1.98.
4.50 Children's Suit*, $2.45.
11.50 Men's Heavy Pants, 90c,
1.65 Men's Dress Pant-t, 99c.
2.25 Men's Fine Pants, $1.48.
5.00 Men's Tailor Pants, $2.97.
Millinery and Notion Dept.
We still have about 2U0 Ladies' Fine Pattern Hats. We
want to close them out before our Fall Opening of Mil-
$1.00 to $1.50, 65c.
2.00 tj $4 00 Pattern Hats, 98c.
10 dozen Ladies' All Wool Hose, 10c,
20 dozctn Ladies' Fast Black Hose, 7c.
10 dozen Ladies' Fancy Hose, 5c.
20 dozen Men's Fancy Socks, 3o.
10 dozen Men's Best Socks, 5c,
15 dozen Good towels, each 4c.
12 dozen 40-inch Towels, 8c.
9 dozen Turkish Towels, 11c.
8 dozen Tidies, 7c.
$1 75 Farmers.' Duck Coats, $1.
!} 50 Farmers' Luck Ulster, $1.^9.
.65 overalls only 39c.
2.00 odd vests only 98c.
25c Ham'kerchiefs, igCi
20c Handkerchiefs, 9c.
15c Handkerchiefs, 8c.
8c Handkerchiefs, 5c.
Swan's Down Face Powder, 15c,
Clark's, Coats' and Merrick's spools, 3c.
Hair Curlers, 8c.
Champion Mouth Harps, 5c.
Sharp's Best Nesdles, lc.
English Pins, 4c.
We anticipate a big run. WE . ARE READY FOR YOU. We have plenty of help and
plenty of Dividends to give each one a share. Help swell the crowd,
BANKING- HOURS: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, 7 a rn to 9 p m-; Saturdays, 6:30 a- m- to 10:30 p- m-
THE PEOPLE'S SAVING BANK
Boston Store Building, Corner of Main and Broadway, OKLAHOMA CITY, O. T.
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Burke, J. J. & Brown, E. E. The Oklahoma Times Journal. (Oklahoma City, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 81, Ed. 1 Friday, September 8, 1893, newspaper, September 8, 1893; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc93382/m1/3/: accessed September 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.