Cleveland County Enterprise (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 22, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 28, 1917 Page: 3 of 8
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CLEVELAND COUNTY ENTERPRISE, THURSDAY, XOYKMHKK 2S. 191S.
GREAT CLEAN-UP SALE
Starts Saturday, November 30, at 9:30 o'clock; Lasts Until Deccinber 14
Great things are going to happen at J. A. MORRISON'S Store. People for 20 miles around know this store is the watch word for
Bargains and we desire to remind you of the fact that this will be the greatest sale that this store has ever launched. But we have over-
bought overstepped ourselves and are face to face with plain facts and are going to reduce our stock regardless of profits or anything else.
The opportunity of a lifetime is staring you in the face. We are going to turn loose $10,000.00 worth of high grade merchandise and do it
quick. The hour is nine o'clock. The day is Saturday. Be here and be ready.
Ladies' light weight ankle length
unionsuits $1.50 value, at $1.25
Ladies' heavy winter weight long
sleeves, $2.25 value at _ ^ 1.95
Men's heavy fleeced unionsuits,
worth $2.50 at $1-95
Men's heavy ribbed unionsuits,
worth $2.50 at SI 95
Men's heavy ribbed undershirts,
worth $1.00, extra special at 59c
Entire line of knitted headwear for
the ladies and misses; all this fall's
patterns go at almost cost in this sale.
Men's Caps and Hats all go at al-
most wholesale prices.
Ladies' Dress Shoes
in all colors and styles
$10.00 values at $8.50
$8.00 values at __ $6.95
$7.00 values at $5.95
$6.00 values at $4.45
All knitted 1
leadwear at re-
at less than the
Ladies' and Misses' Coats
We have a good assortment of la-
dies' and misses' coats that we are
going to close out regardless of value.
We propose to make this the best bar-
gain event ever offered to the people
of this country.
Big Blanket Values
Heavy weight cotton in gray and
tan, good $5.00 values at $.1.95
Heavy weight extra size 72 by 80
inches $6 value at $4.95
High grade wool nap in gray and
tan plaid $10 value at $7.50
Extra good wool in large size, $12
value at $8.50
Remember we are not going to wait until the end of the season to
sell you goods you need now. THE AXE HAS FALLEN. There
are hundreds of articles we purchased before the Big Advance in
Price and they will go in the sale at the Old Time Prices. No War-
Time Prices at this sale. So look over your wardrobe, make out a list
of your family's winter needs, and save as you have never done before.
You will find only a few prices quoted. Come to the sale and you will
be more than pleased at the sweeping reduction made in every article
from Front to the Rear Door.
Be Here Opening Day,
SATURDAY MORNING, NOV. 30th
Let Nothing Keep You Away
The Biggest Sale in years is going to take place. READ! We are
scattering advertising broadcast. People phoning their friends and
neighbors to meet them at J. A. MORRISON'S Store, Norman. This
will be the most sensational sale ever known here. Do not hesitate!
Be on hand the opening hour! If you fail to get waited on the first
day, come back and bring along your pocketbook, as this will be a
great saving opportunity. This is a cash sale. Remember the date,
November 30, and place, J. A. MORRISON'S Store, Norman.
Look People! Extra Special!!
MEN, WOMEN, AND CHILDREN; TAKE NOTICE. THE
GREATEST SALE IN YEARS IS COMING OFF.
READ AND THINK
GREAT CLEAN-UP SALE
WONDERFUL INDEED! GET READY RIGHT NOW AND BE
Starts Saturday, Nov. 30th
Lasts Until December 14th
Consisting of DRY GOODS, FURNISHING GOODS, CLOTHING,
UNDERWEAR AND SHOES for the WHOLE FAMILY, and
Hats. Not ONE item will be reserved in this SALE. We are going
to CUT and SLAUGHTER until we sell $10,000 worth of goods.
Everything Strictly Cash in this Sale
Never has there been any such sale. It may never occur again.
Every articles throughout the store is marked in plain figures. A child
can wait on you; high-class merchandise and prices that baffle, daz-
zle and delight you. Rain or shine the Sale takes place, without post-
onement. It is going to be the Grandest Sale ever held in this County.
WAIT and WATCH.
We expect to have plenty of well qualified Sales*
people to wait on you, so there will be no waiting
A big line to select from at one-fourth
Men's and Boys' Overcoats
■—a large line to select from and all
$15 Men's Overcoats —$12.50
$18 Men's Overcoats _ . .$13.95
$35 Men's Overcoats $25
We have a big stock of men's and
boys' clothing bought early last
spring that we are going to close out
regardless of cost.
We are going to quit the clothing
business so this is the time for you to
buy at pre-war wholesale price.
Entire Line of Men's, Ladies'
Boys' and Misses
$10.00 Sweaters at _ . - .$7.95
$ 8.50 Sweaters at . —$5.95
$ 7.50 Sweaters at $4.95
$ 5.00 Sweaters at $3.95
$ 3.50 Sweaters at — $2.75
$ 2.50 Sweaters at $1.95
$1.75 Silks at $1-49
One Lot Silk Boots at 49c
One Lot Silk Dress Goods:
$1.50 values at _ - 98c
$2.00 values at ..$1.59
$3.00 Serges in all colors at $2.25
$1.00 Plaid Good at 69c
65c Plaid Goods at ----- 45c
$1.50 Poplins at .$1.19
35c Ginghams at 29:
40c Ginghams at 35c
45c Soft Finish Muslin at 30c
Very Best Outing at 30c and 35c
COME and Bring Your Pocket Book with You. Get Ready Right Now; Let Nothing Keep You Away.
J. A. MORRISON
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Fox, J. O. Cleveland County Enterprise (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 22, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 28, 1917, newspaper, November 28, 1917; Norman, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc108681/m1/3/: accessed February 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.