Garfield County Democrat. (Enid, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 2, 1903 Page: 1 of 8
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ENID, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY. APRIL 2. 1903.
Hatch less Expose of the Greatest Aggregation of Merchandise. Bought for SPOT CASH, Enabling
us to Make Unheard of PRICE CONCESSIONS.
CEIT^to^e^ou'nd at ^is^ore^n'l^^Dete^^in^'t^do^^larg^est mifnnery^usines^i^ENfD ^ Hemfe^e rVII^"L' CON-
a glance will show you the place to buy miilineryis HERE6 Read"'on pattern hats^ndt code's, direct ^ram^artistfnfH^nTn^^^8' ^
Worth up to $25.00, in this sale $12.00 down to $5.00. LADIES TRIMMED H^TS—From our own .T/,,- y Ti°'d'
worth up to $15, in this sale at $4.93, $3.98. $2.9S. Ladies T rimmed Hats about I50in thi«i rnli,wi !J ' correct Millinery Modes
Easter sale, 1.98,1.38 and98c. Ladies STREET H ATS, aU that^ Hghtin'stvle T^e Modish Hats sn Z £ "Pte $6.00, in this great
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Saturday, April 4th, The Great Easter Sale
Will Commence, don't miss the Chance.
OURGREAT DRY GOODS STOKE:
8iffnEsaanda"o,oHnygsClePerlment ^ neW eaCh and ever* ^own fashionable fabric in stock, newest weaves, de-
LOOK, KEA1), PONDER
Table linens, ginghams, percales, lawns, India linens, standard prints. Millpnds frnm ^ fnton j.i •
5c. 3c and 2c Impossible to describe the magnitude of this greatest dry goods sale. 0 at'9c, ®c-
1 OUR SHOE S^FORE: ~~ ' ^ = ""
The Products of foremost renowned shoe builders reorespntpH hpre a ~
leathers, widths, price $6 and $5. Mens' Shoes. Hathaway, Soul'- & Harrington Sn chnf/' Adams and Co., Brocton, Mass,, in all
' the^eathers, widths and sizes, in this sale 3.00. Mens' Shoes Boueht undpr n^nl'mr traH none k®tter sold elsewhere at5.00. in all
They got it. Taking our pries, 800 pairs of mens' shoes hand-welted soles h ^[r ^ Ca§h"
leathers, not a pair in the lot should retail for less than 3.50, in this sale 2 2q 1 88 I sJ and Sr w! > cu J ^ Patent
variety, latest, swellest styles, including Fos ters' Utz & Dun Armstrong' finest fit a ^ Shoes and °xfords'endless
Boy? and Misses Shoes, 1000 pairs of Travelers sa mple^, Choice of Tlfe lot at 1.38 98 69 and^^c. ^ * 3-'8' 2"49' ,69 and 98c.
> OUl^ GREATER SEPARATE MENS' OUTFITTING STORE:
price 22X>o! d^^lO-w'" MEN'^SU^Ta'u^ made cloSg'to" .ho^work aXweY'tTm^hf St GOOD, ALL ™E FASHIONABLE WEAVES
7.88, 6.4, and 4.38. MENS' SUITS, Left o.er from oar MiU and pSctor, loVlTy] «" -
.Mothers Visit This Store for your Boys ClotheS,
CURTIS GREAT DOUBLE STORES.
WATCH US GROW.
WATCH OUR BUSINESS HETHODS WIN. ^ ^ vlJ ^
185 and 817 Grand Avenue.
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Moore, E. P. Garfield County Democrat. (Enid, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 2, 1903, newspaper, April 2, 1903; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc166592/m1/1/: accessed December 11, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.