The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 135, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 28, 1920 Page: 3 of 4
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TO MEET TOMORROW
Regular Business Will Be laken Up
Says Weekly Bulletin Issued
By Secretary Kuwitzky.
I he tlianilicr of Contnienv, in iis
^.rttkly luncheon tomorrow at the
Sooner eoiifrctioncry, will ink, „0
loutinc business as i.ot other u-.ttun-.,
li.ui- In ii announced yet, say the
Hulk-tin, out this morning.
Payment of $.'5 to the -late ..
' tipped the Ken. ra! funds ■! the
c hamber, and the .ecretioy sound.
.ipoeal for chi , ks for member-'
I' all Clothes
Many times it seems as
though a (li't -s, skirt, or suit
is s,, wrinkled, spotted and
dirty that it is fit only for the
I iit clothes made out of
cleaned, repaired and prosed
- .tinl the owner herself will
hardly recognize them.
In this day of high cloth-
ing prices, women are paying
more and m< re attention to
and tlicy have learned that
reunlar eli •:in 1/ and pr< - i;i
11' "'iter weeing apparel i-
merely an insiiranee against
wear and moths.
I all i- here. Why not make
a can fnl inspection of your
tall and winter suits, .skirts,
dre>scs and coats and then
• all .Mb and se« what a trans-
I01 mat'<m Jack Mowers can
! :■ 1: •1. .
415 South Webster
11 your liitlc 1 < 1 k> ;iro delicaU . you
"'•in 111aki thcui strong 1>\ a diet « f
11'- tlie ideal body-builder—a pleu-
tilul diet 11I il will do more lo bi*i 11
robust health than all the doctors in
I" anltlcss Bread
—the delicious home loaf, and vou'll
lmt only 5^ct strong but enjov every
You can get "Faultless Kread" at
ymir grocers in the morning—ask for
Stop in at our bakery when vim are
passing—see how we make Faultless
J he Modern Bakery
218 West Main
We have jusl received a new
A NEW SEASON DAWNS
A U T U M N, 1 () 2 0
Dm ■s„i'l' "I' Ii-'ivi: nut kmnvn for year- -a joyous autumn brightened with
I •'•>I«-1 " I" tint,OH.-, plenty for all ami even man or woman, Inn or Rjr|. can drc--, ac-
'"'"U ?"« '!' A tor,li'll imitation i- extended to all lo inspect ..ur
autumn exluhit ■ us of : islnons. Acquaint yourselves with the new autumn lyk
A Noteworthy Presentation of the
Newest of Autumn
Coats and Suits
1 >ur -Nick is very complete at ibis carl\
dale. Make your selections before stock-
$22.50 and u/j lo $250.00
In 1 lie must allrae
invited to view imr
I I' Ml (i|
Wool, Wool Nap and Cotton Blankets
I liese Prices Are \ cry Much Worth
COTTON 1:1 ANKI I Li
6-l.\7h inc h Tan and Cray, with colored border,
I'll I $3.95.
WOOL NAP BLANKETS
0f x80, weight I pound's, Idne, brown, pink and
gray! over plaids, fine wool fini >h, per pair $7.45.
WOOL NAP KLANKKTS
l'1 " • wool iii. 1 Ii, per pair $5.95.
WOOL BLANKETS THAT ARK BEAUTIFUL
W).\S0 and / Ox SO, extra lieav\, olid and plaids,
'd blue pink and 1 -n hord- 1 s. a very tin. blanket that will
p!ea-,i all. $9.95 and up to $J0.00.
I ; liioii-, new decree in Women's l all
I "■ twear i lit■■ -in- Oxfords. Another new
'.'■""''"t ,r 1 ' tail wear have arrived.
A.so Black Suede Oxfords.
NEW FALL BOOTS—W e have litem
111 low heels, hi.'It military and Louis heels,
i" brown call, brown kid, black suede and
kid. $12.50 to $16.50.
Mothers, Don't hail to Visit Our Boys
Pony Boy Suits
V. 1 arc showing many new patterns that you won't
ee in other tore .. You won't find a better as ■cri-
men t in I toys Clothiii;; in man. institution.-, in the
with e tch -itit, a real timekeeper. We predict the\
will all be jjtme thi i\eek.
Watches Given With Roys'
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The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 135, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 28, 1920, newspaper, September 28, 1920; Norman, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc114456/m1/3/: accessed February 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.