The Geary Journal (Geary, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 48, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 18, 1912 Page: 3 of 4
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20 lbs. Sugar For $1.00
On Friday, Jan. 19 we will Sell 20 lbs Sugar
for $1.00 to each party pnrchasing $1.00 or
more in other merchandise.
10 yds Bleached Muslin 69c
The special offering for Saturday will be
Country Girl and full width bleached muslin at
10 YARDS FOR 69c 10 yard Limit
FnHro Of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Ladies' Ready to wear and Furnish-
.* JjllLU v IJIUCH ing Goods of the Monarch Dry Goods Co. to be closed out at the
earliest possible date. Positively the Greatest Sacrifice of Good
Seasonable merchandise ever inaugrated in the annals of Merchantile History. Complete
Demoralization of prices will be the keynote of this great sale. Everything must go and what cannot be
sold at our prices will almost be given away. Never in all your experience have you found bargains so
tempting, savings so. brilliant and coming as it does at a time to appeal to everyone alike. Let us in-
sist that you join the crowds the first day, don't wait until the best of everything is gone. Note only
a few of the astounding bargains that await you here. SALE BEGINS FRIDAY, JANUARY 19th.
MEN'S CLOTHING, We have just received a large shipment of Trunk
Samples in Men's suits of Blue Serge, English
Worsted, French Cheviott and Novettes. This line of suits was bought at 50c on the dollar and are going
to be added to our Schloss Bros.and Curlee lines, making a stupendous array of high grade clothing
Perfect in fit, style and workmanship. Every suit guaranteed to be made up with genuine hair cloth fronts
and every price will be a bargain.
$12.50 in this line of suits you will find all wool
Worsteds, Novelties and Cashmres, selling regu-
larly for $20 and $22.50 closing out sale they
will be $12.50
$9.90 Here is a real price starter, something at"
tractive and entirely new. Selling regularly for
$15 and $18 to close out ' $9.90
$8.95 Men's and young Men's Suits that formerly
sold for $12.50 and worth every cent of the former
Pfice will be closed out at $8.95
$7.50 A good assortment of these in both light and
dark colors, suitable for all seasons, were formerly
sold for $10, while they last $7.50
SHOES' SHOES! SHOES! M ns w°™s
" Children s Shoes sacrificed
Never before have you had such an opportunity of buying shoes at such ridiculously low prices. Profits
thrown to the winds in this mighty attempt to close out the stock. While our stock is broken in a great
many lines you will still find a good assortment to select from, and if you will come and come early you
wiir have a much better chance of securing just what you are looking for at a saving of at least 50c ON
$1.95 Men s Shoes in Box Calf and Vici Kid
full vamp blutcher cut, sold regularly for $2.50
and $3, while they last $1.95
$1.75 Ladie's Vici Kid and Patent Leather Shoes
only a limited number of sizes, all good values and
worth $2 to $2.50, closing out sale $1.75
$1.75 Boys shoes in Patent leather Blutcher Cut
selling regularly for $2.25 and $2.50 all going
98c to $1.25 All Childrens
price from $1.50 to $2.00
closing out sale
Shoes, ranging in
formerly, all f(o in
- 98c to $1.25
Mens Odd Pants
Our stock of men's odd pants
consists of Blue Serge and
' Fancv Worsteds in Fancy
Stripe and plain colors, each pair priced at a bargain and to ap-
preciate this line you will have to look it over
$3.85 Blue Serge Suits full peg lop, extra hip, selling regularly for
$5 while they last $3.85
$1.95 This line cannot be beat for style and workmanship, a real
bonafide bargain, selling regularly for $2.50 and $3.00, Closing out
sale $1 «95
For $1.50 you can buy your choice of any $2.00 and $2.50 pant
in the house only $ 1 >50.
Our entire stock of Men's Shirts has
been arranged on the tables in just
three prices and you cannot do better
than supply yourself for your entire su mmer's wear.
Men's shirts without collars, cuffs attached in neat stripes and
figures selling regularly for $1.50 Closing out sale 92c.
Regular $1.25 Shirts made of best grade Madras light and dark
colors without collar. Closing out sale 83c.
All 50c 60c and 75c Shirts without collar attached, cuffs worth
every cent of the former price. While they last 43c.
IiAfflPfi We have about 50 Bhirts left rang-
uauics Jiuicg ^ in price from(?600 to $10
These have been divided into just
three distinct lots and placed on the tables at real bargain prices.
Skirts that formerly sold for $6 will be $3.95. For $4t.95you
can buy $7.50 and $8 Skirts in all colors. And $9 a nd $10
skirts will be offered for closing out sale $5.95.
A Sals That Will Outclass all Previous Efforts, We Spare Nothing to Accomplish onr Aim.
Dress Ginghams 36 inches in width in neat
patterns, extra good quality selling regularly for
11c, closing out sale per yard,--. _9c.
Our entire line of 12/4c Ginghams has been
arranged on the tables, at the yard 1 Oc.
Fancy Dress Ginghams selling regularly for 15c
aud 18c and a good value at ihe former price,
closing out sale (I 12/^0.
Percales regularly selling for 8'^c the yd, are
also entered into the sacrifice, full 27 inches wide,
closing out sale per yd. 6c.
Our regular line of 12)4c and 15c Percales in
Red and Blue, full 36 inches wide, extra quality
while they last at the yard... 10c.
Southern Silk and Everett Skirting, sold every-
where fer 12#c. closing out sale the yard.. 1 Oc.
We have an elegant line of White Goods, which
will be shown at prices that will astonish you.
30 inch India Linen selling regularly for 25c
and an exceptional good value at the price, closing
out sale at the yard 20c.
Two Pieces India Linen 30 inches wide an
elegant price of 12^c linen, to close out per
Three pieces Dimity, sold everywhere for 15c
and a real bargain at the price closing out sale
at the yard 1 1 C
One piece of extra good barred Muslin, a
splendid piece for muslin underwear worth 15c
per yd, closing out sale the yd. ■. 1 Oc.
Two pieccs Dotted Swiss 30 inches wide extra
good quality, selling regularly for 25c, to close out
at the yard 20c
One lot of Ladies Shirt Waists, white Em-
broidery fronts, selling regularly for $1.50 and $2
while they last^SS — 85c.
Regular $2.50 and $3 waists, white only, extra
good Styles and values, going at $1.49.
We have a few Pure Silk Taffetta Waists left
that formerly sold for $6 to clean these up, your
choice for - _$3.49.
Ladies separate Underwear heavy ribbed, sell-
ing regularly for 50c the garment, closing out
Men's heavy fleeced Underwear worth 50c and
60c everywhere, closing out sale 44c.
Men's heavy Southern Silk work shirts Presi-
dent and Motter brands selling regularly for 50c
and 60c, Wh.le they last 44©.
Dress Goods and Silks
Navy Blue, Basket Weave all wool material 52
inches wide, selling regularly for $1.75 per yard,
will be offered, closing out jale at the yard._89c
Two pieces of Panama in Blue and Black all
wool 44 inches wide ex ra good values worth 85c
per yd, closing out sale 49c.
Brown Novelty Suiting neat attractive pattern
former price 75c per yard, To closo out at the
Black Taffetta Silk full 36 inches wide selling
regularly for $1.25 will be offered, closing out
sale the yard 75c.
Pure Silk Taffetta 27 inches wide in Tan, Gray
and Green, plain and fancy patterns, worth $1.25
per yard, to close out 69c per yard.
White Flannel, an extra good 50c grade, 30
inches wide. Going in this final closing out sale
at - .35c
Our Grocery Department Will Also be Entered Into This Mammoth Sacrifice. So Drop Everything to
Take Advantage of This Wonderful Opportunity, WHERE ONE DOLLAR WILL DO THE WORK OF TWO
Two 20c Cans Green Gage Plums 25c
Two 20c Cans Little Jap Pears 25c
Two 25c Alton Plums 35c
Two 20c Cans Yellow Free Peaches 25c
Two 20c Cans Apricots 25c
One 15c Can Blackberries 1 Oc
One 12c Can Black Raspberries 1 Oc
Two 20c Cans Lemon Cling Peaches 30c
Preserves and Sauces.
35c Jar Orange Preserves
35c Jar Peach Preserves
35c Jar Plum Preserves. -
40c Can Fig Preserves
10c Bottle Peppersauce
10c Jar Mustard Dressing ...
15c dottle Sauer Pickles
15c Bottle Pickied Onions . ..
10c Glasses Jelly, all Flavors
15c Can Calumet Baking Powders. 1 Oc
10c Can Calumet Baking Powder 7C
10c Pkg Dwkee Tapioca 7c
10c pkg. Minute Tapioca 7c
35c pkg. Pearline — 1 ®c
Seven 5c pkg Soapade — 25c
10c Bottle Blueing . 5c
Three 5c pkg Ball Blueing. - - 1 Oc
Three 5c pkg Spices - - - - 1Oc
10c pkg Spices 5c
Three 10c Cans Table Beets 25c
Three 10c Cans Pumpkins 25c
15c Can Quaker Oats ... 1 Oc
10c Cans Alton Pork and Beans 7c
10c Cans Chili Concarne 7c
10c Cans Soup, all Flavors 7c
1 - lb Runkels Chocolate ... 1 7c
15c Runkels Cocoa.... 1 Oc
7 Dozen Clothes Pins for 5c
The Monarch Dry Goods Co.
Successors To Daniels Mackey
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Carley, M. B. The Geary Journal (Geary, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 48, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 18, 1912, newspaper, January 18, 1912; Geary, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc184195/m1/3/: accessed October 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.