The Duke Times (Duke, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 2, 1915 Page: 4 of 4
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BARGAINS - BARGAINS - BARGAINS.
FULL OF ASTONISHING BARGAINS AND COMING AT THIS
SEASON WILL BE OF GREAT ADVANTAGE TO YOU
~~THTs Is OUR SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARING SALE
Wt are putting on this sale in order to clear our immense stock of all summer merchandise while it is yet in
season and of the greatest value to our customers. And also it is our policy »ot to carryover goods fromoae
season to another We are making prices so extrtmly low that these geods must go. And we must make room
for our immense stock of fall and winter goods soon to arrive. Below we quoi« you a few ot our prices.
\V u have thousands of other bargains which for the lack of space we cannot mention here.
Piece Goods at Prices Beyond
10 yde Calico,(Saturday only, and only 10
yards to any one Cuslome-).
1 lot of Bleach Domestic
1 lot good brown domestic
1 lot good 10c ginghams
sale pi ice.
35c Tan Diagonal Suiting,
35 • Chiffon Damask,
20c Klaxon, -1 O
sale price A ™
25n I'on gee,
25c blue Mercerized Pigue,
SI.00 gray Taffota silk,
1 lot of Figured Lawn,
2&c Corded Poplin,
15c White diagonal Bulling,
1 lot figured laan,
75c Silk Pique,
1 lot of 12 l-2c Crepe,
■ale (rice ..
17 l-2c Mercerized Indie Linen, very jO
pretty aad smooth, sale price.
65c Satin atriped voil, s »osething Just in
season, sale price
65c silk striped Eponge, something very
itltrae'.ivs, sale price
30c Lsce Cloth, One •( t « leaders of
the season, bale price
35c Embroidered Crepe, stiretly up-to
da'e, sale prioe
Black broad cloth, 64 inches wide,
We are exclusive agents here for M. Born A
_ * '
„ D Com-
pany, Th e Great American Tailors. The gar-
ments they make are about 20 per cent better for the
same money than thos« of the ordinary tailoring hous-
•s. If you are figuring on a tailor made suit come in
and see our samples. We guarantee a fit and satisfac •
15 DAYS OF BIG BARGAINS
SATURDAY, AUG. 21
The more you buy, the more you save.
We are exclusive agents Mere for the fame**
ROUND HOUbK OVERALL8. The over-
alls and jumpers that fit right and make you
look dressed up and wear longer because they
are made of the very best denim. We sell them
for $1.00 per garment.
Now is the time to
Mens Quinn Shoes,
sale price *P J
Mens $5 Masterbuilt shoes, ^
sale price *•
Mens 3.50 Endicott shoes. 1
sale price • • • • *
3.50 Lady Jefferson shoes, r
sale pi ice • ■
Ladies 2.25 Hamilton Brown shoes, -i
sale price *
1 counter of Ladies and Misses
sh< es, sizes 1 to 3 1-2, sale price '
Ladies Summer Underwear
1 lot ladies and misses vests, values £
from 15c to 25c, ssle price
Ladies 35c Union suits,
Ladies 65o union suits,
sale pricc .
Mens Summer Underwear
Mens 35c undershirts,
Mens 35e drawers,
Mens Scrivin drawers,
Mens 75c union suits,
10a canvas gloves,
1 lot ladies black knit gloves,
Special Bargains in Suits
Now is the time to buy that suit you are
Mens $20 suits, well made and d|in £A
perfect fiting, sals price. • «P*
Mens $15 suits, Q rn
sale priee JJ.UV/
One lot of $15 suits, o Q£
sale price O.J/O
sale price .... 3.98
salt price .. 3.89
sale price... 3.501
sale priee 1.69
Now is the time to buy your straws. We
wiil »ive you a bargain in any straw hat in
1 lb can of good talcum powder,
sale price .. 2.49
These suits are noted for their fit and style.
All trunks, 20 per cent disc.
Big Discount on all Childrens and Ladies
We try to handle only good reliable merchandise, and you will find on this sale that the bargains we are
offering are actually the best bargains you ever got and it will pay you big to euae, and it will pay yeur
friends to come; se be sure to tell them.
REMEMBER THESE PRICES ARE SPOT CASH, and we do a spot cash business and save you money
~ C. D. FEARS
The Dry Goods Stere Where Quality Counts.
DUKE. - OKLA.
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Walker, T. V. The Duke Times (Duke, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 2, 1915, newspaper, September 2, 1915; Duke, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc404764/m1/4/: accessed February 26, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.