Fairland News. (Fairland, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, August 25, 1911 Page: 2 of 6
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Qui" Furniture room is lull from floor to ceiling1, wiui as nice
an assortment of furniture as can be found im tho coumry. Ow-
prices are as low as the same quality can be sold fox <^where;
Will mention a few prices to give you. some idea of liow
Dining room turtles is (mother
specialty of outs. All prices
from $5 up to $18, hot we have
a square table at $7.50 tha t is a
beauty, and a round one with
solid pedestal for $10 that con
not be equaled.
We have a pretty immitation rY;
leather Davenport for $18. We \\
don't beliovt->on cun tqual itte
anywhere for the money. We
also have a pood line of Folding
Beds, Bookcases, Side Hoards,
Buffets, Library and Stand 'ra-
bies, Matressfs, Springs, Dining
Chairs, etc. If you are needing
anything in this line, all we ask
ie a chance to show yon.
We also have a good line of
Go Carts, High Chairs and Baby
Rockers for the little folks.
I ro« Beds
We call yourespecial attention
to our Iron Beds. We have
many kinds to select Irom, and
sell them from $2.50 to $12.50.
We have a beautiful Brass Rail
bed for only $5.50, and a 2-inch
post bed for $10,00 that you
will find most dealers selling for
We have most everything in
Mouse Furnishings that anyone
could wish for. We can't name
them oil, so come anil see.
We have a good line of Dress,
i-re that retail at $10to $20 and>
call youre special attention to
the ones that we sell at $14 to
$16 that are real bargains.
Kitchen Cabinets is another
• hobby of'ours. We can show
Cabinets at $12" and up to a
beautiful white enameled one for
$25. Some dandies at $15 to
Hverynneis suiprised at the
low price* we have on Rockers.
We l ave tin m at $2.50 and 3 00
that m tii-bs!aiieial, pretty and
coinforlable. We have cheaper
:hmI liettei'owes-, bat these aie
11h* lines we make a specialty of.
We also carry in stock a good
lino of Uhdertnkfrs goods. We
are handling, some much nicer
cflskitw now than before.
Our County Commissioners say we saved them a. lot, oi m-0^ey
on the furniture we sold them for the court house, when all the
dealers ol the county were allowed a bid,, and there is no reason
why we can not do the same for you.
Qp.m pl>ell JEsX'OtlL ...r 1'®-
Leaders ot Low Prices,
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Fairland News. (Fairland, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, August 25, 1911, newspaper, August 25, 1911; Fairland, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc99489/m1/2/: accessed December 14, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.