The Hereford Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 32, Ed. 1 Friday, September 23, 1904 Page: 1 of 8
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HEREFORD, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 23, 1904
A $4,000 COMPANY ORGANIZED TO ERECT A GIN AT HEREFORD
GALBREATH & FOX TRADING CO.'S
GRAND MILLINERY OPENING AND SEMI-ANNUAL SALE
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday September 28-29 and 30th.
With ever a welcome for our customers and our best
efforts at all times to please, we will make it doubly interest-
ing for all the last three days of this month, by having our
Grand Millinery Opening and Semi-Annual Sale at the
same time. If you are a lady and interested in pretty things
to wear on your head, whether you are ready to buy or not,
inspection of our handsome stock will afford you a pleasant
day's entertainment. If you are ready to buy, we can
save you money these three days. The gentlemen
will be interested from the fact that beauty in any form
is never lost upon them. A special department for our girl
SPECIAL We will sell 10 yds. of calico at 45c.
two days only, Wednesday and Thursday Sept. 28=29,
Only 10 yds. to each customer.
Buy your children's school hosiery next
week. The bargains we are offering are un-
A -heavy ribbed hose for boys and girls, fast colors with
double knee, special for next week for 10 cents
An extra heavy, fast color, double knee hose, size 6 to 10,
worth 25c per pair, special at 15 cents
Misses' fine ribbed hose, made of Egyptian yarn, special
" price in this sale....... 20 cents
We have twenty-five dozen, ladies black hose, fast colors, to
sell at 25 cents per pair
Ladies' white-foot stockings, worth 25 cents per pair, special
price, 3-pair for 50 cents
We are showing children's union suits, sizes 2 to 7, with a
heavy fleece in a well-made standard garment, sold
elsewhere at 35 cents, special for next week at 23 cents
Ladies' 65-cent union suits, next week at 47 cents
Ladies' fleece-lined 40 cents under-vest, at 25 cents
These goods are all standard and vou can rely on the quality.
Ladies' 65-cent hose sup-
porters for 50 cents
Ladies' 35-cent hose sup-
porters for 23 cents
Child's 25-cent velvet grip
hose supporters for 20 cts
Shetland Floss, all colors, at
85 cents per box
Silkotine, 3 spools for 10 cts
6 parers of pins for 5 cents
12 pearl dress buttons 5 cts
24 collar buttons for 5 cts
24 safety pins for . 5 cents
2 ladies handkerchiefs 5c
A good cloth window shad'fe
In this line, we have not only tried but we
know that we have succeeded in buying what
the ladies of this country demand in these
goods, and we are willing to compare the prices
given below with any city in the West. Bring
your samples from Nugent, Montgomery-Ward
or anybody you wish--we will guarantee to save
you frpm 10 to 25 per cent.
Imported Broadcloths, the finest made, 54 to 56 inches wide,
in all colors, per yard 51.25
Domestic Broadcloth at 75, 90 and Si.00 per yard.
Seal Zibalines, one of the new cloths for this season,
at 50, 65 and 31.00 per yard.
Brilliantine, in all the new shades and colors, just the thing
for light weight coats, at 50, 65 and $1.00 per yard.
Cecilian Cloth, at 65 cents and SI.00 per yard.
Heavy wool suitings, 34 to 40 inches wide, just what you are
looking for for children's wear, at 30 and 40c per yard.
All wool Henriettas, in all colors, .36 to 38 inches wide,
at . 25 and 35 cents per yard.
Cotton Zibalines, all colors, at 15 to 20 cents per yard.
Flannelettes ... 9, 10 and 124 ccents per yard
QDPn AI One day only, Friday September 30th,
Or LrfWl/\L< Will sell the best grade of Oil Cloth for 12 1-2 cts.
Are like Uncle Sam's gold coins—they're all made up
to a certain standard, which is the standard of the
world for quality. Buyers of good clothes look for
the label. A more complete idea of their unparal-
lelled merits can be had by calling and seeing them
We have 100 dozen heavy fleeced
lined shirts and drawers, sold
elsewhere at 65 cts, at 47c
Boy's, ¿ piece garments, in heavy
fleece, sold elsewhere at 50
cents, át 35c
Gent's all wool shirts and drawers
at : .....7$1.00
I AHIFS'RFI TS STAPLES
We have just received
a large shipment of the
latest styles in ladies'
crush-leather and silk
belts. Alfeo a big line of
silk girdles, ranging in
orice from 25 cts to S1.
Good L. S. Domestic, full 36
inches wide, at 50 cents
Lonsdale Bleached Domestic,
special at 9c per yd.
Knight's Cambrick 8£c per yd.
A. C. A. feather ticking \2f¡c yd
^ood Canton Flannels at
7^, 8¿, 10 and 12¿c yd
Outings Flannels at
from 5 to 10 cts oer vd
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The Hereford Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 32, Ed. 1 Friday, September 23, 1904, newspaper, September 23, 1904; Hereford, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth142386/m1/1/: accessed August 17, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Deaf Smith County Library.