The Albany News. (Albany, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 19, Ed. 1 Friday, August 20, 1897 Page: 1 of 8
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Fourteenth Year—No. 19. ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUG 20, 1897. Whole No. 697.
To make Room for an Immense Stock of
We offer our entire stock of colored Lawns, Challies, Organdies and other
Summer Dress Goods, Ladies and Misses Slippers, and Summer Clothing
at prices that cannot be duplicated in west Texas. This is a broad assertion
but our prices are death to profit. The many satisfied Customers which we
have in this and adjoining Counties is a living testimony that
THE STAR STORE
Is the Bargain Store of Albany.
JUST FOR A STARTER WE OFFER
W. L. Douglas Best in the World every pair
stamped price on bottom,
2.50 shoes for 2.10.
2.75 shoes for 2.30.
00 shoes for 2.45.
S.50 shoes for 2.85.
LAST CALL ON SUMMER SUITS.
Mens dark check suits 2.75.
Light gray mixed 6.00 for 3.50.
Light gray all wool 9.00 for 5.00.
Light gray all wool skeleton back 10.00 suits
Dark gray 10.00 suits for»6.60.
Light gray 8.00 suits for 5.90.
Gray Scotch Cheviot 12.00 suits for 6.90.
All wool 3.50 pants for 2.50.
All wool 2.50 pants for 2.00.
Good pants worth 2.00 for 1.35.
All Boys Summer suits at COST.
THE FOLLOWING WILL INTEREST YOU.
Ladies slippers at 25 cents pair.
1 lot Ladies buckle slippers at 50 cents pair.
1 lot Childrens slippers at 50 cents pair.
1 lot Ladies cloth top $1.50 shoes at $1 pair.
A big cut in Misses line slippers. Little Giant
slippers every pair warranted. No better made
Kid and Patent Leather 11 1-2 to 2, former price
$1.75, reduced to $1.25; 9 1-2 to 11, former
price $1.40, reduced to 95 cents pair. Kid
Tlieo ties 12 to 2. former price $2, and 2
buckle sandals, reduced to $1.50.
A snap for ladies with email feet. Phelps,
Dodge & Palmer $3.50 shoes, sizes 1 1-2 to
4, c and d lats, flexible bottoms at $1.75.
Hamilton Brown Cherry ties, Grecian toes, size
Sjr 1,1 1-2, and 2 d, a $2.50 slipper for $1.50 ^2
■p Juliets, sizes 1, 2 and 3 at $1.25 pair. 55
We have just received a big line of Hamilton ^2
sE: Brown tine shoes for ladies and men and ~3
rr childrens shoes. 22
One lot Wilson Bros. Negligee shirts, collars
and caifs detached, regular $1.50 goods, all 3
sizes, $1 each.
Cr During Aug. we offer our matting at 10 per cent
discount from our already low prices. ^3
S~i Jute matting 36 inches wide for offices, halls ^5
Sr and dining rooms, at 11 1-2 cents per yard
Linen thread 5 cents spool. ^3
•E; Crochet silk 15 cents spool. ^
5~r Ladies vests 5 cents each.
tz: Boy's blouse linen waists 40 cents each.
Misses waists 25 cents each.
1 lot ladies russet hose worth 12 1-2 cents per ^
pair, 5 cents pair. 3
Sr 1 lot ladies tan hose, worth 25 cents per pair, ^
for 121-2 cents pair.
^ We are now showing a full line of John B.
Zz. Stetson hats. .
We have just received a new stock of black ^2
Clay Worsted suits, which we offer at
Chicago prices. In light weight and color ^2
S^: Summer suits we have paralyzed prices. ~s
We sell the best overall made. See that your az
overalls are stamped O'Bryan Bros., these
IE overalls are double stitched, never rip, and ~3
Sr every pair fully warranted, should they rip :~3
they will be replaced with a new pair.
jE We offer as a premium for the first bale of
EE new cotton, crop 1897, sold in Albany, immateri-
al who buys it, must be sold by the party who
|E raised it, TEN DOLLARS in Merchandise.
Until this season some of our customers have refrained from giving us orders for Tailor Made
Goods on account of imperfect fits they have gotten elsewhere. This season we have demonstra-
ted to the satisfaction of every customer who has placed an order with us that we give perfect
fits. We pay express charges. Satisfy every customer and our prices are from 20 to 30 per cent
less than traveling men who take orders for Tailor Made Goods.
For Good Goods at low prices always go to
'he Star Store,
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The Albany News. (Albany, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 19, Ed. 1 Friday, August 20, 1897, newspaper, August 20, 1897; Albany, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth413630/m1/1/: accessed September 24, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Old Jail Art Center.