The Duke Times (Duke, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 6, Ed. 1 Friday, May 7, 1920 Page: 3 of 6

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OWING TO THE STEADILY INCREASING COST OF
MANOFACTURING
Factories and Jobbers are Daily Advancing
Their Prices
8ecurabl« only In our establishment
Meno All- Wool Suits
Only tour at $38.00
Only three at 40.00
Only four at 48.00
Only Twenty at 31.88
Only one at 7.80
Correct styles and resdy to pot on.
Won't Stick—Want Leak
Skckers
$6.00
Five at
9.95
Rare Chance for a Bargain
Overalls for Men
A few pair at
$1 25
2.25
Several pair at
2.70
A few Round House at
3.15
Read Carefully—Thread 8c per
Spool
When we say 5c per spool you don't have
to pay 10c.
Ladies Spring Suits
$42.78
28.78
Only two spring coats.
Only one worth 967.60 at
Only one worth 89.80 at
T"ilS message is directed
to the man whose first
consideration is for his feet
and whose principal desire is
to wear the best shoes he can
buy—both in looks and wear.
—and you'll befitted by a man
who knows how to fit shoes.
Sold By
Harvey & Son
Specializing in Sell Shot*.
HONESTLY:
Percales from . 24c to 38c
Gingham from 24c, 30c, 38c to 40c
Domestic 30c, 35c, 40c, and 45c
Damask, Towels, Crash. Curtains and curtain
goods cheap.
Hosiery
The kind that appeals to man or woman. $1,000
shipment just arrived; cheaper than you ever
dreamed of.
Taffetas
Blue, Wine, B?ack, Navy, Gray. Crepe de chine,
Silk Shirting, Georgette, Printed Voile and
Organdy.
GROCERIES
Much has been said about low prices
CAN YOU BEAT THESE?
Heliotrope Flour, per hundred
No. 2. Tomatoes, per can
No. 3. Tomatoes, per can
Pinto Beans, per pound
Navy Beans, per pound
50 pound block salt
$6.75 Chum Salmon, per can . 20c
15c Chum Salmon, per dozen . • 2.00
20c One Dozen boxes Matches . 65c
10c First Pick Coffee, single pound 65c
10c Three pound can Louis coffee, . .1.65
70c Good, Good, Good, Corn, per can. only 15c
Three pound can Carbro coffee, . 1.30
25 lb. Sack Meal, few days only 1.25
Brier Rabbit syrup, very pure ribbon cane
per gallon 1.40
Domino pure ribbon cane only 1 40
Dunbar pure ribbon cane only 1.40
501b can of lard only $12.50
BE SURE TO BUY ENOUGH
HARVEY & SON
Two Great Big Busy Stores, With Plenty of Competent Help
The
Farmers Store
Duke
Oklahoma

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Thurman, W. R. The Duke Times (Duke, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 6, Ed. 1 Friday, May 7, 1920, newspaper, May 7, 1920; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc404280/m1/3/ocr/: accessed January 19, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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