The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 51, Ed. 1 Sunday, June 20, 1920 Page: 5 of 8

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THE daily Transcript, norman, oklahoma.
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Our Semi-Annual June Clearance Sale
OPENS MONDAY, JUNE 21st
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COMING just as it does with the first really warm days of summer, in a season when winter wraps have been most comfoitai 11 il i.ite
spring and staring such a sweeping reduction in every department with stocks practically unbroken this truly is an event to the man
community. We have planned with spccial care and have in nearly every instance made reductions far below those wariant< 1 y 1 e~
placement costs, but no one is more anxious to see the price of merchandise seek a lower level than the merchant, and if the sacrificing of every
penny of our profit for the month of June will help in the great general movement to bring this about we most cheei fully acquiesce. Oui own
honest opinion, based on prices quoted us and information received from every available source is that prices cannot and will not be cheaper
for fall but that on staple merchandise you will be compelled to pay higher prices for fall goods than you paid this spring. We are posh that
you will save money by anticipating your wants during this sale. Study this advertisement carefully, check eveiy item you want to see and
bring it down with you. The early shopper will get the best selections.
June Clearance Sale of
Ready-to-Wear
As most of you know it is the policy of this store to clean house
twice a year. In our Clearance Sales we do not consider costs but
rather, what price will have the desired effect, namely, move every gar-
ment. The prices quoted below are cheaper than any offered you since
before the wai. May we look for you in early before the assortments
are broken. Nothing is reserved—every garment must and will go at
these prices.
Middy Blouses, regular $1.1*5 to
$} 45 at 20 per cent off.
All children's Gingham Dresses
not included in other lots at 20
per cent off.
All Georgette and Sport Dresses
regular prices $48.00 to $86.00 at
20 per cent off.
One lot better Organdie and
Voile Dresses; values from $25 to
$30; choice $15.00
One lot Misses's Gingham porch
dresses; sizes from 13 years to 20
years; values to $10 for $4.85
$2.50 Gingham and Percal aprons
for 1 $1.59
Boy's rompers and wash suits at
20 per cent off.
Muslin Underwear, 20 per cent off.
All petticoats, 20 per cent off.
Infants' and children's white dress-
es 20 per cent off.
$25 white skirts $14.95
All Kimonas, 20 per cent off.
One lot Ladies' House Dresses;
values to $10.00 for $4.85
One lot Ladies' House Dresses;
values to $5.00 for $2.39
SILK KIMONAS
Our silk kimonas are simply
wonderful—pure silk in all the
best shaded and plain colors; ev-
ery kimona at 20 per cent off.
Men's Suits
AT
HALF PRICE
$10 Crash Suits, good
run of sizes $5.00
$20 Kool Cloth to fit
any man ..-...$10.00
$35 tnd $40 Palm beach
suits, including the
Styleplus, choice $25.
SILK SHIRTS
Final call if you want a silk
shirt for July 4th.
One lot of silk shirts which
include our $12.50 and $15.00
values, a dandy lot to select
from, choice $9.00
Sale of Women's, Masses' Girls and Boys' High Grade
SUMMER FOOTWEAR
With prices highest in history you'll wonder why we're announcing
our Clearance Sale of shoes as usual. It's because it is our policy not
to carry over a pair of pumps, oxfords, colonials, or shoes. You know
the high quality of our shoes and the expert fitting which is part of our
service. Get your shoes at these prices.
Misses and Childrens Pumps and Women's J. & K. fine grade vici
Ovfnrd** kid and patent kid, plain pumps.
hand turned soles and leather heels
Misses kid oxfords; goodyear regular $12 at $10.45
welt soles; regular $5.50 $4.95 Women's dark brown suede vamp
Infants' patent Mary Janes; regu- satj" P"nlPs- Luuis. heJ^
i A?aa ancl hand turned soles; regular
ular $3.00 $2.45 ^ $1M5
Infants' patent ary Janes; regu- Growing girls' dark brown ind
lar S2.50 $1.95 ^jac|( kid, mi itary herl oxfords,
Children's Educator, tan oxfords; regular $9.00 at $7.05
Goodyear welt soles, regular $4.50 Growing girls' black kid puni s,
at $3.95 low heels; regular $7.00 :it _->5. 5
One table lot of women's black
Women s Pupms and Oxfords ancj brown kid pumps and oxfords
Women's J. & K. dark brown reKular *10-°° at ;*7-50
kid pumps and uxfords, hand turn- ( >ne table lot of women's low
ed soles, Louis heels; regular $15 heel white canvas -hoes and ox-
at $12.45 fords, odd sizes; regular $5, $2.95
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WHITE GOODS
We are especially fortunate on white
goods and offer the big percentage of these
materials at considerably below replace-
ment cost. You positively will make no
mistake in buying liberally.
36 Inch Bleached Muslin
1000 yards Celtic yard wide, bleached
muslin, good weight and quality, specially
priced for June Clearance Sale at 25c yard.
Limit 10 yards to a customer.
Per Yard 25c
SILKS OF QUALITY
One lot 36-inch Taffetas and Messalines
in a wide range of colors; $2.98 value; per
yard - $2'25
36-inch fancy Foulards, 6 patterns to se-
lect from; $3.98 value; yard $2.98
36 inch Fantasi silk, $10.95 value —$7.95
40 inch all silk Georgette and Crepe de
Chine, in every wanted shade; $2.98 cloth
for $2.59
Towels
Best grade Barber Towels; $1.50 grade
for S1-35
Good heavy, large size Turkish Towels;
65c value for 50c each, or per dozen —$5.50
$1.00 grade fancy colored Turkish Iow-
els for
Hose and Glove Department
$3.50 silk hose for $2.50
$5.00 pure thread silk hose $3.95
$6.00 pure thread sillc hose $4.95
$1.25 fibre silk hose 95c
S2.50 all silk hose $1.95
75c lisle hose, all colors 59c
45c children's Whitleather hose, all sizes,
for 29c
29c Misses' black hose all sizes, 6 pair
for $1-00
Goods Sacrificed
Ladies' Muslin Gowns, sizes 15 to 17, em-
broidered neck, semi sleeve, also sleeveless,
today's value, $2.00 $1.13
$2.00 special, ladies' underskirts; 4 styles,
in nainsook four to six inch embroidery
flounce $1.13
$2.25 nainsook teddies, 3 different styles,
choice iof $1.39
50c and $1.00 values in corset covers __.29c
39c children's muslin drawers, all ages
for 17 l-2c
EXTRA SPECIAL
18x36 Buck Towels in plain or colored
borders; 50c values for 39c or dozen $3.98
42x36 Jupiter pillow slips; cheap at $1
Clearance Sale price, pair 85c
81x90 sheets, an extra special at each $2.50
72x90 Jupiter Sheets, worth $2.25; Clear-
ance sale price $1.75
400 yards 9-4 sheeting in bleached and
unbleached while it lasts at
95c a yard
Limit 5 yards to acustomer.
WARM WEATHER WANTS
Summer Wash Goods
Profits shattered at the height of the season
All $1.75 Voiles $1.49
All $1.69 Voiles $1-39
All $1.25 Voiles -9S
All 95c Voiles ■' - 79c
All 89c Voiles 69c
All 79c Voiles —- 59c
All 69c Voiles 49c
All 35c Voiles 25c
All 39c Voiles 25c
All $2.10 Organdies $L79
All $1.89 Organdies $!-49
All $1.50 Organdies $1-39
All 89c Organdies - — 79c
All 59c Organdies 49c
49c l'lisse crepe 35c
59c and 69c Plisse crepe in colors 49c
4 pieces 36-inch pure thread linen, in Lin-
en and Old Rose colors, $1.35 to $1.50
yard $119
values, yard $1.19
59c Sea Island Tissue Ginghams, fast
colors 49c
75c Tissue Ginghams, 3000 yards at _~65c
8''c Tissue Ginghams at 79c
59c Printed Flaxons for 45c
45c Voiles in large stripes, yard 35c
36-inch Ramie Linen for Middies and
Skirtings, all wanted shades, 79c to 89c
value . 69c
32-inch Galatea and Lad Lassie cloth, 65c
value, Clearance Sale price 55c
27-inch Galatea and Lad La>sie cloth, 25
patterns to select from, 55c values 45c
One lot 30 pieces 27-inch long fold Reliance
Ginghams, 49c cloth at 39c
40 pieces 27-inch Bookfold Jeanette Ging-
ham, 39c value at 33c
40 pieces 27-inch Delhi Gingham, beautiful
spring plaids, 39c value 33c
20 pieces 32-inch long fold Scotch plaid
Gingham; a beautiful 59c cloth at 45c
25 pieces Toile de Noid, 27-inch fancy Ging-
hams, 59c value 39c
One table good pattern Gingham, 29c to 39c
values, yard 25c
75c children's sox, sambles 35c
$1.95 silk half hose for ladies $1.69
All parasols and umbrellas, 20 per cent off.
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MEN'S SPECIAL
$1.89 for men's light weight wash pants,
regular value, $3.50.
$6.00 Men's blue unionalls, with pin
stripes, $4.39
RUCKER'S
fcORMAN, OKLAHOMA
CELEBRATE WITH NOR-
MAN JULY 5. Elaborate plans
are being made for your enter-
tainment. Come.

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