The Enid Events. (Enid, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 20, 1911 Page: 3 of 8
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DONALD SELLING OUT
TO QUIT THE CAME
The Sacrifice of this Great Cash Business Wakes Such a Bargain Opportunity as Enid Never Saw Before
Watch for the
Farmers are Invited 3
To a Big Bargain Feast To-
morrow. You have always
bought good goods cheap at
Donald's but never as cheap
as they are to be had now.
Come [and see and be con-
Great West Side Rush to Donald's at Enid Oklahoma
Get your free premiums at the greatest forced sale of modern times. Buy for
the present and future. In the face of strong advancing prices, this sale is a
snap for all Oklahoma.
Our Time Has come--We Must Sell Out
Sore building for rent. Stock and Fixtures must go quick—Wholesale lots at a
reduction to merchants. The last chance is now at hand. Hurry down
greatest JVlens Clothing Slaughter Sale on 'R.ecord
Genuine Clothing Bargains—We absolutely deliver
what we advertise.
. . $8.43
Gigantic Close Out Clearance Sale Starts Tomorrow
The farewell sacrifice price on this magnificent assortment of choice merchandise
ness alone will enable you to secure some of these wonderful bargains. Several leaders
among the remarkable values. Every fancy every whim may be satisfied, whether m one
of these piquant dresses, dainty suits with Venice insertion—fashionable suits or exqu.site
lacy lingerie dresses.
CZIIE3 An Immense Stock of Merchandise at the Mercy of the Public
§8.oo Dresses, $9 lace suits
To start the sale tomorrow we will offer 237 pure all
wool suits worth up to 15 00 at
Unlimited choice of $2 Negligee and soft collar shirts
$1 Negligee and soft collar shirts
Hats worth $1.25 for 25c
Greatest Slaughter of Women's Shoes, Dry Goods and Clothing Enid Has
Ever Enjoyed •* •* •' •'
It's a Winner! It's a Wonder! Don't Miss It! People are Finding Out
BLACK DRESS SILKS
36-inch pure silk strong and dur-
able heavy black silk; a light weight •
strong silk for summer; value $1.00
per yard 69c
27-lnch pure strong silk black,
value 65c; per yard 39c
36-inch heavy all-silk black Taf-
feta; 36-lnch heavy ail-silk black
Satin Mesaline, wear guaranteed;
values $1.50; per year 1.00
36-lnch purest white all-silk; an ,
ideal silk for the summer wear;
values, 79c, at 39c
In Colored Silks.
An immense cash purchase from
the silk mills, Pattreson, N. J., of
their celebrated "Florence," finest
Italian silk, soft and heavy taileta;
nothing richer or more stylish for a
skirt, waist or costume—bright, rich
and glossy—every color—street and
evening shades; also white, ivory,
cream or black. A $1.00 value.
Your choice at 59c
27-lnch glossy, good weight, op-
era costume Pongee; every color,
evening shades and street shades;
the white, ivory, also black; value,
50c; yard 25c
30c Fancy Scrims. 16c Yard- '
36 to 40-lnch width, fast colord
fancy pattern Curtain Scrims, special
at, yard 16c
15c Colored Swissoline, lie.
Yard wide material in fancy pat-
terns for bed draperies and curtains
special at, yard 11c
65c Kimono Silks, 44c.
32-inch width pure silk, fast col-
ors, woven in plain and fancy pat-
terns especially for kimonos and
draperies; special at, yard .... 44c
$1.00 Silk Gloves, 59c.
Black silk Gloves, double finger
tip; regular price, $1.00; special,59c
75c Lace Veils, 59c.
White Lace Veils. 1 1-2 yards
long, washable, regular price, 75c;
1,000 WASH DRESS SXIRTS, 79c.
Extra special sale of 1,000 as-
sorted wash Dress Skirts; in white,
lavender, tan, light green, blue and
pink; excellent wash Skirts bought
from a manufacturer who needed
the cash, hence the extraordinary
low price 79c
Values Extraordinary During Our
Big Selling Out Sale -
Worth $1.00 at 69c.
When you have to fire or get fired, you need s"1table 8ar"
ments to work in, giving perfect ease of action, made of
substantial material that will withstand grease, cinders and
enormous heat. All of these qualities and more are to be
had in Donald's Overalls at 69c
SELLING OUT SALE.
Towels and Toweling.
10c hemmed Huck Towels, firmly woven, double salvage;
16 by 32 inoh Towels at, dozen, 80c; each 7c
18c -hemmed Huck Towels, 19 by 38 Inches; heavy weight
Linen Huck Towels, In plain, white or colored border; sale
price, dozen, $1.65; each 14c
40c hemmed Huck Towels, 20 by 40 inches; extra heavy
pure linen; very absorbant; towels finished with damask
borders; sale price, dozen, $3.00; each 25c
New White Goods.
Choicest stylish novelty Lingerie, Lawns, Dimities, Silk Mer-
cerized Mouseeline, Nainsook, Swisses, etc., etc., many new
and exclusive styles; values to 35c; yard 15c
Spreads, Sheets, Cases.
15c 42x36 inch extra heavy weight hotel Pillwo cases, sale
price, $1.30 dozen; each 15c
$1.00 81x90 inch Bleached Seamless Sheets; extra grade;
heavy weight; hand town; actual $1.0C value; sale price, 59c
$1.50 hemmed Bedspreads in extra large size; made of
heavy triple twisted yarns; sale price, each 98c
$2.75 Scalloped Beospreads; extra size, full scalloped edge,
finished with cut out corners; sale price, each $1.98
WOMEN'S 50c UNION SUITS, 25c.
These Sui stare made of sheer bleached cotton, low neck,
sleeveless, wide knee, lace trimmed, 50c garments; all regu-
lar sizes, about 30 dozen in the lot; as long as they last,
you can buy these Suits for 25c
At $4.65—Were Sol at $15-
In a great sale closeout, we shall sell at the astonishing
low price of $4.65, A HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIVE splen-
did $15 dresses; Stylishly made one-piece Dresses, in dainty
color effects of hello and white, Copenhagen and white,
green and white, black and white, and navy and white;
made with belt, lace yoke, fancy ruffle front; trimmed with
lace and buttons; tuck3 in back; new style sleeves and
plaited skirt. Don't forget—this Dress was sold all the
early part of the season for $15. No phone orders taken
and none sent C. 0. D. All sizes, 14 to 44. Remember the
hour. Dresses only $4.65
It's like giving goods away. Come for a matchless bargain!
$4.50 WASH SUITS, $2.19-
Wash Suits in white, tan and blue; these Suits were made tc
sell for $4.50; the clearance price will sell
them at, Suit $2.19
500 Women's $5.00 Skirts, each $198
100 Black Taffta Waists $2.90
100 Children's Dresses, each 79c
Up to $1.75 White Waisas for 98c
Boys' 15c Hose, 7c.
Bovs' 15c black ribbed Hose, excellent wearing qualities that
will give satisfaction. They are well worth 15c a pair; buy
them in this sale for less than half price, pair 7c
Misses 15c black lace Hose 10c
Misses' 15c fancy Hose 10c
Women's 25c fancy Hose 15c
Lawns for 7c Yard.
One big tableful of printed Lawns, Batistes, Organdies, etc.,
in saablle lengths, in a variety of designs and colorings;
worth 12 l-2c a yard. These short lengths, yard 7c
25c Embroideries, 15c.
Just 50 bolts of fine Embroideries, Edges and Insertions, and
some all over patterns; Edges 10 and 12 inches wide; Em-
broidery that was made to sell for 25c to 35c a yard, in
this sale, yard 15c
Men's 50c Shirts, 35c.
Men's Shirts—medium and light colors; sizes 14 to 17; worth
5Dc: in the sale, price, each 35c
Men's Mercerized Underwear—Cool summer garments; sell
usually at 65c 39c
Men's $1.50 Trousers—Of serviceable worsteds; sizes 31 to
42 waist and 31 to 34 length; pair $1.19
Men's $4.00 Oxfords—Of patent colt or vici kid; good de-
pendable Shoes, worth $4, to sell at $2.48
1.50 Shoes—First quality, blucher cut; worth $1.50;
SHOES! SHOES! SHOES
We Rip 'Em Opne.
Shoes with a Reputation
The Limit in Leather
A New Pair if they don't Wear
SELLING OUT —at DONALD'S.
THE GREAT, BUSY, MONEY SAVING SHOE STORE!
Children's Shoes, button and lace, regular $1.25 value, cut
to .... 0 98c
Children's Oxfords, ntearly all sizes; $1.25, cut to 98c
Women's $4.00 Shoes, cut to $2.49
Cordial Treatment to All.
Misses and Child's vici kid and patent strap Slippers, worth
$125, for 98c
SAVE! SAVE! Fine soft patent kid strap pump, turned sole;
every size, $3 and $3.50 values, cut to $1.98
$3.00 Men's and Boys' Oxfords, cut to $1.00
Men's $5 Oxfords, all styles, cut to $2.48
Queen Quality Oxfords, all sizes, cut to $1.00
Sample Shoes Are Better
Choice of 300 pairs Oxfords, strap pumps, in Suedes, Tans,
Patents, Vici; worth $3.50 and up to $5.00; while they
100 pairs Girls' Patent Oxfords and Pumps 98c
Reductions from 25 to 50 Per Cent.
Boys' $3.50, $3.95 and $5.00 Fine
All-Wool Suits, $2.50'
We have bunched together in one
big lot all the broken lines left from
the best selling styles in Russian
Sult3, Sailor Suits, Junior Norfolk
Suits, 2 1-2 to 10 years, and nobby
Double-Breasted Knickerbocker Suits
8 to 17 years. The range of selec-
tion embraces au extensive variety
of the latest paterns in all-wool
fancy worseds, casslmeres and chev-
iots, also plain blue serges; several
lines have two pairs of Kickers;
regular $3.50, $3.95 and $5.00
values; your choice for . . •. • ■ $2.50
Young Men's $12.50 Suits, $6.75.
Made o( pure all-wool blue serges,
stylish gray worseters and cassl-
meres in plain and fancy weaves
and self-stripes; single and doube-1
breasted; a swell dip front college
models; lined with worsted serge
and carefully tailored throughout;
sizes 15 to 20 years; worth regular-
ly $12.50; choice $6.75
$1.95 for y°ung men's fine blue
serge trousers, made of pure all-wool
yarns, full peg style, with 3-lnch
turn up; all sizes, regular $2.50
8 l-2c Apron Check Gingham, . .6c
Assorted Checks in fast colored
Apron Check Ginghams, In blue
check only; special at, yard ... 6c
25c Kimono Crepe, 15c.
Beautiful patterns in , the best
grade Serpentine Crepe; a fast col-
ored fabric for kimonos; sale priee,
MILLINERY GOING FOR $1-43.
A group of 50 swell hats marked
for quick seiling at 1-3 to 1-2 less
than cost. Every one a big bargain.
Also Elegant Hats, values to $25,
your choice for .... $3.98
Middy, Dutch Neck, Lingerie and
Tailored Waists, Newest Sum-
mer Values, $1.50 Values
We havo planned to make this
one of the largest Waist Sales ever
held—one that will attract unusual
comment, and lead customers to look
for tho best values at economical
prices. Grab at 50c
Free Railroad Fare.
DONALD'S DEPARTMENT STORE
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Purcell, F. Everett. The Enid Events. (Enid, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 20, 1911, newspaper, July 20, 1911; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc147609/m1/3/: accessed November 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.