The Lamont Record. (Lamont, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 2, 1910 Page: 1 of 8
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THE L AMO NT RECORD.
' LAMONT.. OKLAHOMA. 2 19 W.
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The LAMONT MERCANTILE CO. and
Farmers Union Supply Co. of Lamont
Buys The Entire Stock of General Mer-
chandise, AT A DISCOUNT, of i. S. Cal-
vert & Sons, of Lamont
Saturday, June 4th. at S o’clock A. M, We Will Commence our Sale
Thiswill u ndoubtedly be the greatest sale ever held in Lanu nt, rs it means that
dollars worth of merchandise in this great stors. will be sold and that the profits will be
sacrificed to the full limit. This will be a money saving event that will-draw eager buy-
ers from far and near. Never before, possibly never again, will you have the opportun-
ity to buy high grade, seasonable merchandise, at prices, in many instances, less than
the cost to the manufacturer: Remember the date, remember that every dollars- worth
of merchandise must lie soIVi, and rememberthe teachings of your childhood days, “A
penny saved* is a penny earned/’ You can well afford'to buy during this sals for future
Saturday Morning, Promptly at 8 o’clock the Sale Begins
thought of profit.
Owing to thef act that after
thissate the proceeds will be
divided, as well as the store
■fixtures, etc. and the Farmers
Union Supply Co. will occupy
Ready to Wear Garments
For Ladies’, Misses’ and Children. Remember this department
comprises aJine-of the most famous sty las. All must be sold at i,
This is one of the strongest departments in Lamont and includes
all the latest novelties in silk and. wool dress goods. Every yard
must be sold. 20 to.40-per cent discount.
All Flannel Shirts.
Wilhbesald.at 1 off.
Trunks. Bags and Suit Cases, all. prices. Must
be sold at 20 per cent discount,
Lace Curtains 20 per cent discount.
Calicoes 5 cents per yard
Men and boy’s Pants. A splendid assortment
wil go at from 20 to 40 per cent discount
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[VTervancf EToy’s Overcoats at 14 off..
Overcoats and Clothing
20, 25 and'36 per cent discount arranged in. three lots- for this,
sale. Without further talk of. the'already- well establisliedi merits
of our Clothing, wo-quote you the saving. 20 per cent d:s<3ount
means that you get any.
$25.00 Suit for $20.00 $22.50 Surt for $48 00
20.00 “ “ 16.00. IH.00 “ 14.40
15.00 “ “ 12.00; IS. 50 “ “ 10.00
25 per cent discount menus that you get any
$25.00 Suit for $18.75. $22.50 Suit for $16.88
20.00 “ “ 15*00 18.00 “ “ 13.50
15.00 “ “ 12iCX> 12.50 “ i!> 10.00
30 per cent discount
means that if you arc interested in getting a suit, at a real bargain
we have it-here for you.
A good assortment of Mon and Boys’ Coat Sweaters at 20 per cent
We have an enormous line of dress and-work shirts. Every gar-
ment will be sold at 20 per cent discount.
Hats and Caps
We have one of-the best assortments to offer in Lamont, All the
latest, novelties and a good' assortment of tba famous Stetson
brand. All at 20 per cent.
Almost anything you might wish for can be found in this great
s-tock of gioues* Must be sold at 20 per centrdisoount. n-
Ail must sell at 20 per cent.
is The Date
The Shoe Department is Complete
This department lias always been one of the most active depart-
* monts in the store. The combination of three good brands will
[J. give-you a splendid selection. All must sell at 20 per cent, some
The entire line at 20 per cent.
Tlie entire dine at 20 percent discount:
we have it-here for you. Usaw™^HBM--BBOa“mr,»^ A complete line. All go at 20-ner. ea.ntr
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Bradfield, O. J. The Lamont Record. (Lamont, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 2, 1910, newspaper, June 2, 1910; Lamont, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc957198/m1/1/: accessed January 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.