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Farmers' champion. (Elgin, Okla.) 1912-1922, January 16, 1913, Image 5

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Supplement Farmers' Champion, January 16, 1913
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Now Comes the Greatest Bargain Event in Years
JANUARY 18 TO JANUARY 25
Ribelin, Stone & Walker
Announces to Begin on Saturday, January 18th, their
Semi-Annual Clearance Sale
"Great Overcoat Values"
WE INVITE YOU. TO A GREAT MONEY SAVING FEAST. PROFITS ARE KNOCKED SKY-HIGH. THE MONEY WE MUST HAVE, AND
WE ARE MAKING THIS GIGANTIC SACRIFICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS FOR THIS PURPOSE. IT WILL PAY YOU TO EVEN BORROW
MONEY AND SUPPLY YOURSELVES. "MONEY SAVED IS MONEY MADE."
DRY GOODS.
10i' ginghams 8e
12 l-2c ginghams J Of
50c dross goods 35c
25c dross goods 18c
!.()() dress troods .' 80e
skirts .
:
..SOe
.$2.93
$1.00 and $1..")
Ladies' $5.00
(! spools thread
4 spools button hole twist' o:
$1 .00 underwear t 80c
50c underwear A 40c
$1.00 shirts 80c
About 2 dozen ladies' swimter
coats, $2.25 and $2.50 values $1.55
Men's pants and corduroys at actual
cost. ,
A $45.00 Sewing Machine for $32.50 dur
ing this sale.
Hats at Reduced
Prices
J lurry up men while the picking is good. Here is a U ou
tline Clearance-Sale of HaK You'll find all'the latest styles
here at greatly reduced prices. It will surely pay you well to
take advantage of our splendid, offcriim:--. If you already have
your Winter Hat, come anyway. Pick one out for next year.
Here are some of our reductions in prices
$1.00 Caps at $ .80
50c Caps at .'5
$1.00 and $1.25 Aviation Caps .' 75
3.00 and $3.50 I hits '.":..... 2.15
$2.00 and $2.50 Hats 1.05
GROCERIES.
(i pk. oats $1.00
3 pk. Swift's Pride 20c
2 cans 25c baking powder 35c
8 bars laundry soap 25c
20 lbs. sugar .;.& $1.00
.$1.00
.5c
..35c
. .22c
10 lbs. compound
10c axle greeso .
l2 boxes matches
3 cans Ive fyA,
Flour W $2.10
Case Lewis com $2.40
Case Hells Isle corn $1.75
Case Crystal white soap $3.15
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID
FOR BUTTER AND EGGS. '
CUT-PRICE SALE-FINE OVERCOATS
CLOTHING.
$25.00 suit at $18.00
$20.00 shit at '. $14.35
$15.00 suit at $10.75
$10.00 boy's suit at $7.05
$15.00 overcoat $1 1.00
$10.00 overcoat $7.05
$7.50 overcoat $5.35
$4.50 boy's overcoat $2.75
$2.50 boy's overcoat $1.75
LADIES' COATS.
$7.50 and $10.00 coat at $3.75
Children and Misses coats at 1-2 price.
AVe have a bunch of boy's sohdol suits
that we will close out at 1-2 price (most
ly small). They are good materinl, but
we are overstocked on I hem. These are
real genuine bargains.
A Clothing Sensation
THAT WILL BE A WONDERFUL BOON TO THE MEN
OF ELGIN AND VICINITY.
A Gigantic Sale with Marvelous
Sacrifice Prices
A Clean-Sweep of Hundreds of Dollars Worth of Clothing.
Beginning .lanuar 18, Suits and Overcoats in our stock
will be offered at "Season Mini Prices" .just think what it
means voir can wear a fine new Winter Suit from this time
on (through Winter) and not pay any more for it than if you
wuLjcd for final clearance price' reduction next year. Why not
buy a Suit and Overcoat for what you would ordinarily have
to pay for the suit alone the cutest way to make money is to
Mive it, and in this sale you will be saving better than you
ever had the chance to do before.
I
Shoes
We have them for the entire family, and
guarantee them to be worth the money.
We have some rare bargains in "odds
and ends," while the entire stock is re
duced. $5.00 and $0.00 shoes at $3.75
$4.00 and $4.50 patent leather shoes
at
s
.$1.08
$4.00 shoes at $3.05
$3.50 work shoes at $2.05
$3.00 work shoes at $2.05
$2.50 work shoes at $2.04
To the man buying the largest bill during sale, we will give, gratis a $3.50 hat. To the lady buying the largest bill, we will give a dress pattern
of regular 50c goods. The third buyer of the largest bill will receive one year3 subscription to the Farmer's Champion, (our Elgin paper)
All goods are reducqdf Space forbids farther quotations. Prices count with the proper merchandise behind them. This is what we propose to
sell. We havebought no cheap merchandise to price on paper. This is our regular staple stock. We are making a great sacrifice to raise money.
But this will be your gain, and we ask you to make use of the opportunity. Thanking you, one and all, we beg to remain, Truly yours
RIBELIN, STONE & WALKER
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