The Edmond Sun (Edmond, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 16, 1910 Page: 5 of 8
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THE GREATEST MONEY-SAVING SALE OF THE SEASON
Friday, June 17, at 8 A. M.
Grand Removal Sale
Herskowitz Store-110 California Av>.
The contractor has assured us that we can occupy our new 12 story building, corner of Broad-
way and Grand by July 15th, earlier than we thought it possible, hence we have only a short
time to dispose of our stock now located at 110 California avenue.
We will not move a dollars worth of goods to the new store if prices will sell it. We don't
reserve anything; every article marked to sell at cost or less than cost, does not matter. No room in
the new store as a new line out and out has been bought and will soon be arriving.
THE HERSKOWITZ STORE, the pioneer of Oklahoma City; twenty-one years in business; an
established record for fair dealing and best values. Our prices have always been less, but we assert
this to be the
GRANDEST BARGAIN FEAST
Ever offered here or elsewhere. You can buy during this sale for less, in many instances than merchants
pay. Everything new and clean, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Ladies' ready-to-wear, Dress Goods, Silks,
Staples. Everything carried in a first-class store.
The Herskowitz Store
110 California Ave.
JUNE 17, AT 8
The Herskowitz Store
110 California Ave.
LOOK OVER THIS LIST, ONLY A FEW SPECIALS CAN BE MENTIONED—-COME, SEE:
Our assortmont of high-class clothes for men and hoys
cannot be equalled In the city. Counter after counter
stocked high with choicest styles and patterns we are
going to sell—price NO FEATURE—READ HERE.
One lot extra nice suits, light and medium weights-
Black and fancy worsted, worth
Such an assortment of shoes for men,
women and children, showing hun-
dreds of new styles and all leather
eannot be found short of the cities.
Special—Only a few suits of a kind. 100 in all. Blue
serge and fancy. $15.00
values «D/ o/O
$18.50 all wool suits, handsomely tailored, finished per-
fectly. New patterns and style. QO
Sale price P0 70
Choic* of any Suit in the house, worth
up to $25.00 for
A fine showing of boys' and youths' clothes, all sizes
Boys' Buster Brown Suits, all wool. 3 to
7 years. $5.00 values bO
Boys fine all wool suits, Knickerbocker Pants. 8 to 16
years. A real $6.00
Youths' fancy and plain long pant suits, age JO
8 to 15—A regular $6.50 value (]) • tO
WASH SUITS, BOYS
B0 Wash Suits with belts, fast colors, worth ^
$1.25—Special / s/C
Boys' Knickerbocker Pants, splendid values:
35c values 19c
50c values 35c
$1.00 values 65c
More styles and qualities of men's pants than any house
In the city and they are worth almost double the price
asked. Solids and fancies. Removal sale price:
$2.00 values $1.39
$2.50 values $1.68
$3.00 values $2.29
$3.50 and $4.00 values $2.98
$4.50 and $5.00 values $3.48
RAILROAD FARE FREE
To out of town customers. Buy $1.00 for
every mile you travel and we pay your
railroad fare. ; _ ,
Regular 2.50 and }:1.00 Oxfords. Pumps, lace—
assorted sizes, worth up to $2.50
One lot Spe-
Regular $2.40i and $3.00 Oxfords. Pumps, lace-
All $3.50, $4.00, $4.50 Oxfords and Pumps. Putents. Vici Gun Metals-
such as Fred S. Todds* and others,
MEN'S OXFORDS—Vici, gun metal, tan and oxbloods, patent leather,
$3.00 Values $2.19
$4.00 and $5.00 Values
One-strap Pumps and Oxfords—Vici, Patent leather and Gun Metal
11 Vi - 2
Thousands of yards of Remnants from every department of piece goods.
Cotton, wool and silks. No short factory ends and damaged—they are
taken as they accumulate from our regular stock and on sale at ONE-
Some Things You Need
36-Inch Bleached domestic, free
from dressing, yard 6c
3-4 bleached Domestic, yard 4c
36-inch L. L. Brown J
Domestic, yard 1
36-inch Canvas, yard 3 l-2c
Full line of Apron check and dress
gingham, 7V4c value, for 4c
10c Olnghams, dress styles 7e
15c Ginghams, dress styles 10c
Calico, yard 5C
China and Wash Silks, 35c and 40c
values, choice this sale, only... 23c
Wash Silks in stripes, checks and
plaids. Exlra wide, 50c
and 60c values
Choice from our $1.00 and $1.60
plain and colored silks, Zftr*
special, yard . jOL
A very complete line of new
Tailored Suits, Skirts and
Waists. Special Wash Suits—
all colors. Nicely finished, cor-
rect styles. $5.00 to $12.50 val-
ues, special $3.98 to $7.98.
$3.50 fine Panama Skirts, blue
brown and black trimmed. Spe-
$6.00 Mohair and Punuma Skirts, trimmed with buttons and
$7.50 Fine Black Voile Skirts,
$10.00 Voile Skirts in Black only. Satin folds and soutache
One special lot of fine skirts, all styles and materials. (£Q QQ
Usually sold for $15.00 to $18.00 ip/ /0
The greatest value yet. $1.00 white, black lawn
waists, lace and embroidery trimmed
Special $1.00 Waist—Newest creations—easily worth
White Silk Waists, some of the most exquisite style, lace and medal-
lion trimmed. A $3.50 seller. Regular
Fine white silk walBt—$5.50
Special—One lot sample net waists in blue, black, green, QQ
ecru and white. $4.50 to $6.00 values—Special
A Hne display of Muslin Undergarments at less than factory prices.
Gowns. Corset Covers, Drawers. Skirts and Chemise.
White at almost your own price.
A world of Snowy
Everything that men wear. Shirts, Underwear, Collars,
Ties, all standard high-class goods.
Elastic Seam Drawers—
Balbrlggan Shirts and Drawers,
50c values, each
Porus Knit, light weight Shirts and
Drawers, 40c values
Splendid valuu Union Suits—
$1.25 value set Snug
Out of town merchants will receive special attention from
10 a. m. to 12 m. ea^h day. We can save you the jobbers'
profit and freight.
15c KIMONAS J 5c
100 dozen Kraonas, assort ment of colors,
neat garments, sold regularly for 50c
The best standard oil cloth, meritas, not seconds, as usual-
ly advertised, special, fancy |Ca
art pattern, per yard *
Splenlid Curtains, 3 and 3 1-2 yards, handsome patterns,
worth up to $3.00 a pair, slightly 7^5f*
damaged; special k
Laces, embroiderie, collars, jabotts, barretts, combs,
belts, bags, hair goods, ribbon all go at removal sale price.
10c and 15c HandKerchlefs, 5c
12V4c and 15c Black and
Lace striped Hose, regular
26c and 35c Hose, plain
and fancy s
Ladles 'plain colored and box rib-
bed hos3, 12ttc value 6c
Imported 50c and 75c Hos^
special ^ ' v
One lot women's knit pants 10c
36c Vests and Pants, special . 19c
Union Suits worth 75c, special 35c
Ladies' Vests, 10c values, at 4c
Tape neck sleever, 12V4c values . 7c
Fine lisle finish, 20c sellers ... 10c
25c values at l^C
The Herskowitz Store
Grand Removal Sale—4bout 40 to 50c on the Dollar
HO California Avenue, Oklahoma City
New pattern Negligee Shirts, with and without O _
collars. Regular 60c values sJ 1/
Beautiful line Negligee and plain white Shirts,
$1.00 and $1.50 values /C
Soft Shirts, collars attached. Plain and solid
blues. Special 50c and 76c values J/ C
Fine Golf Shirts, soft madras and Solsette— CQr*
All colors, $1.00 value J/t
Extra Special. One lot Shirts, $1.25 and $1.60 *7Qr*
sellers, all sizes, special 4
Fine Cheviot work shirts, Union Made,
500 dozen Linen Collars, odds and ends.
Assorted styles and sizes, dozen
20c and 25c Rubber
200 special loU—All new and pretty styles. 811k and
fancy wash ties.
No. 1—Special 86c
No. 2—Special 60c
Men's Handkerchiefs, plain, white
and colored, 3c and
HATS—No better hats, no more up-to-date styles. All
go at removal sale price special.
Hats worth up to
Hats worth up to
RAILROAD FARE FREE.
To out of town customers. Buy $1.00
worth for every mile you travel and we
pay your railroad fare.
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