The Temple Daily Telegram (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 309, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 15, 1910 Page: 4 of 7
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B. LOWENSTEIN BROS. BRY GOOBS CO.
OF MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, CONSISTING OF
Blankets, Comforts, Flannels, Cheviots, Madras,
Sheeting, Sheets, Pillow Cases, Drills, Ticking,
Denims, Cptton Wash Goods, etc. ,
Cashmeres, Batiste, Henriettas, Serges, Mohairs,
Broadcloths, Panamas, Plaids, Plain and Fancy
Silks, Suitings, Eiderdowns, etc.
Laces, Embroidery, Dress Trimmings, Pins, Hair
Ornaments, Belts, Bags, etc.
DEPA R TMEN 1 D forward
Buttons, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, Hose, Suspend-
ers, White Goods, Linens, Damasks, Towels,
Petticoats, Shirt Waists, Ladies'Suits, Coats, Furs, etc.
Men's, Women's, Children's and Infants'Hosiery,
Men's and Women's Sweater Coats, Fascinators,
Squares, Men's, Women's, Children's Leather and
Men's, Women's and Children's Knit Underwear,
Men's and Boys' Shirts, Men's and Boys' Overalls
and Jumpers, Umbrellas, Men's and Boys' Clothing
BOUGHT BY RICE-STIX DRY GOODS CO., ST. LOUIS, MO.
AT 71c ON THE DOLLAR J
We Bought a Solid Car Load Lot, and Announce, Beginning Today,
THE GREATEST REDUCTION SALE
Ever Held In Bell County or All Texas—You Buy Here Durmg This Sale at Prices Less Thah Other Merchants Have to Pay
100 yards dark Outing Flannel in 10 to 20
yard lengths. Lowenstein's wholesale price
7c; our sale price 5c
1000 yards Madras, just the thing for. fall
shirts. Lowenstein's wholesale price 12 l-2c;
our sale price - 10c
2000 yards Prints in shepherd checks, blues,
reds and pinks. Lowenstein's wholesale
price 51-2c; our sale price 4 l-2c
1000 yards white Table Damask. Lowen-
stein's wholesale price 50c; our price Jfc
100 pairs 12-4 white Blankets, extra heavy.
Lowenstein's wholesale price $3.50; our sale
100 pairs 12-4 gray Blankets, extra heavy,
Lowenstein's wholesale price $3.50; our
1500 yards Gingham Checks all colors and
sizes. Lowenstein's wholesale price 6c yd;
our price 10 yards for 45c
150 men's fine Suits of worsteds and chev-
iots, medium and heavy weights—
^ 12• 50 Suits«................. *...75
$15.00 Suits $7.50
$17.50 Suits $8.75
$20.00 Suits $10.00
Men's Coat Sweaters, &11 sizes and colors,
retail price $1.50; our price Qgc
1800 yards pretty Cotton Plaids. Lowen-
stein's wholesale price 4 l-2c; our sale price
10 yards for 35c
75 doz. men's Handkerchiefs. Lowenstein's
wholesale price 15c; . our sale price two
Bucksin brand Overalls, all sizes, retail price
$2 a suit, our price $1.50
Men's work Shirts of blue denim. Retail
price 50c; our price 35c
100 doz. ladies'Handkerchiefs. Lowenstein's
wholesale price 25c; our sale price only
50 dozen ladies' Handkerchiefs. Lowen-
stein's price 15c; our sale price JQq
Rough weave Dress Fabrics; a great range
for dresses, coat suits and skirts; retail price?
50c to $2 yard; our price just HALF
About 50 ladies' blue, red and white pat-i
ent leather Belts, extra wide. Lowenstein's^
wholesale price 50c and $1; our sale price
25c and I 50c
About 100 ladies' Handbags. Lowenstein's*
wholesale price $1 and $2; our sale price \
50 c to . $100
100 gross Pearl Buttons. Lowenstein's
wholesale price 5c dozen; our sale price 2
200 boys' straight knee pants suits; fine
for the boys every day and school wear;
values $3.50 to $7.50; a great special $2.50
Boys' fleece lined Undershirts, two quali-
ties; 50c kind 29c; 25c kind 18c
Men's Wool Shirts; wide range of colors;
$1.50 sort $1; $2 sort for $1.50; $2.50 kind
50 pairs of men's odd Pants, dark and me-
dium shades; worth $2 to $5; all Hulf Price
M|| I I1S1PDV 100 brand new Tailored Hats
illlLLlnLK I "Hot from the oven." Lowen-
stein's prices $7.50, $10.00. $12.50 and CET f|f|
$15.00. our great offering lPJ»UU
50 dozen men's Negligee Shirts, Lowen-
stein's price 75c; our price 59c
5000 yards full 36-inch soft finish bleached
Domestic. Lowenstein's price 6c; our
65 dozen ladies' and children's knit Scarfs,
Toques and children's Bootees; all prices.
140 dozen ladies' black Hose. Lowen-
stein's price 15c pair; our price Sl'3c
Laces, hand-made and machine torchon,
Lowenstein's prices 6c, 7c, 8 l-3c and 11c;
our price 5c
White Waistings, big line to select from.
Lowenstein's prices 20c and 25c; our
50 dozen Towels, genuine huck, size
22x44. Lowenstein's price 35c; our
100 pieces of Dress Gingham, all choice
patterns. Lowenstein's prices 12 l-2c and
15c; our price 10c
SHOES—Women's button and lace Shoes,
vici kid and patent, broken sizes. Retail
prices $3 and $3.50; our price $1.48
SHOES—Ladies' and misses' Shoes in small
sizes, button or lace. Retail price $3 a pair,
our price, big bargain -49c
SHOES—75 pairs men's Jarrell's Easy Walk-
er Shoes, button or lace, broken sizes, re-
tail prices $3.50 and $4; our price $2.48
Dl I IMF^ Now is the time to get what you
r LUlllLkJ have been longing for. These are
fine ostrich plumes. Lowenstein's $35 plumes, $25,
$25 plumes $15, $20 plumes $12.50.
500 ladies' Sweaters. Lowenstein's prices
$2 to $8.50; our prices from $1 to $5.00
900 yards of Embroidery—the greatest
bargains that ever left St. Louis.
1 case brown Cotton Flannel. Lowen-
stein's prices 12 l-2c and 15c, our
16 pieces Canton Flannel. Lowenstein's
prices 6c and 7c, our price 5c
Big lot of Pongees, all shades. Lowenstein's
price 25c, out price 25c
15 pieces blouse Linen, excellent quality.
Lowenstein's prices 20c and 25c, our
100 pieces dark and light colored outings.
Lowenstein's prices 121-2c and 15c, our
100 pieces Percales, reds, blues and checks,
also light shirting patterns. Lowenstein's
prices 121-2c and 15c, our price 10c
197 boys' Knickerbocker Suits, ages 4 to
8 and 7 to 15 years—blues, blacks and
browns, also fancys. Lowenstein's prices
$3.50 and $4, our price $2.50
SHOES—50 pairs men's vici and calf Shoes,
broken sizes. Retail prices $2.50 and $3,
our price $1.98
SHOES—150 pairs men's Stetson's Shoes,'
button and lace, patent, vici and calf. Re-
tail prices $6 and $7, our price, $3.99
BOOTS—Men's Boots and Bootees of calf-
skin. Retail prices $3.50, $4 and $5, our
re Hundreds of Other Items on Sa
ile That We Ha
kve No Room to Mention
THE MISSISSIPPI STORE
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Williams, E. K. The Temple Daily Telegram (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 309, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 15, 1910, newspaper, November 15, 1910; Temple, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth473900/m1/4/: accessed September 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.