Norman Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 181, Ed. 1 Sunday, November 21, 1920 Page: 3 of 4
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NORMAN DAILY TRANSCRIPT—NOKMAN, OKLAHOMA
Cliff Turner High Quality Furnishings—Clothes, for Men, Kuppenheimer Suits for Boys, Just Wright Shoes, Hats,
Caps, Underwear, at
F. & J. Store Bankrupt Sale Prices
Because this is a Bankrupt Sale does not mean cheap, shoddy goods—on the contrary Norman people know
the high quality of the Cliff Turner stock. Bankrupt Sale in this instance means high quality merchandise for less
money than you have to pay elsewhere. We bought this stock for less than 50 cents on the dollar, and are offer-
ing it to you for little more than that. . v>. ■ 1
While the stock has not all sizes in all lines, if you can find merchandise to your liking you will save at least
half of the price you would have to pay elsewhere.
We must ask pardon for our inability to
care for the great number of people who vis-
ited our sale Saturday. Monday morning we
will have ten more salespeople to wait upon
you, help you in making your selections and
assist you in finding just what you want.
This sale is of especial interest to women who wish to select Christmas gifts for brother, father or friend. Ties,
hosiery, silk shirts, mufflers, etc., in large variety to choose from. Read carefully these descriptions and come
early in the morning and make your selections.
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(§very .Aleut to f±ctve
We ai r interested in givin gyott as much
real clothes service' as possible; not only
giving you clothes worth every cent you pay
for them, but clothes that measure up to the
standard of quality, style nad service men
and young men associate with success
This store, with its prompt effort to give even man and young
man of Norman and vicinity everypossible advantage in clothes buy-
ing, offers at these bankrupt prices, suit and overcoat values that ta-
vorably meet the clothing ambitions of men and young men.
The definite advantage and satisfaction of having new clothes for Thanksgiving, is wr.i
more pronounced when it is possible to secure them at the more favorable prices we are mak-
ing. We .ire now giving you that very opportunity. Here are large selections of suits
and yvercoats correctly tailored, correi ti- styled, built of serviceable worthy fabrics, .\iih
prices down to the point where the: e cai be no further reduction.
You'll be surprised to see what a fine suit jou can buy here. A good deal finer and
better than vou imagine. The price is probably a ;rcat deal 1< . than you have been in
the habit of paving; but the suit-; are probablv even more than you have been getting
They are made of a beautiful goods and very choice wi aves and colorings and tailored with
a sinccre regard for shanliness and distinction in style. Hav ing bought this stock at le-s.
than 50c on the dollar make- our prices pe-sible.
Important News About Overcoats—It's Good News
Just to have a chan--' ;.o choose from such a fi; selc lion would be interesting for there
are overcoats for men <ii all types and t- a many different styles, in many
different coloring.-, in many different f.'bri lint it i just as interesting to know that the.
tailoring is as good a.s you want it to be, and thai you are getting more value than it i-
possible to get elsewhere: lots more. ;Single and double breasted ovetcoat-. chesterfields,
ulsterettes and ulsters, special at bankrupt prm\ .
2?= ^ -
r : -"rj a
ere are ties that ha.c the
smart appearance and tine
quality demanded by men and .
young men who are exacting
about their furnishings.
Hosiery Appropriate G'fts
Here is something1 that ought to be 1 n-
terestini; to every man. Hosiery that is
good to look at because it is of fine
texture and finish; hosiery that teels
goods to wear because it feels soft to
the foot and fits properly without stretch-
ing; hosiery 1 hat is good to buy now
because it is priced so reasonably. I*or
instance, Si.50 Silk Socks at / 5c.
You know how comfort-
able it would be for him to
take off his shoes and slip
his feet into easy slippers
alter a tiresome day.
He will get just twice as
much comfort b_v -lipping on
____ one of these robes. I hey
MSI :ire called bathrobe but they
are realh lounging robes
and they are > it ! Noth-
ing ^ilore aeccptabh or ap-
,,,,,, propriate than one ol these
for his Christinas.
GET ONE OF THESE
The well groomed man would not
think of getting along \vjthoitt, a muffler
anv more than he would want to be
without glo e- or a tie.
Of cotir- . these niuiilct are priniar-
i 1 \ designed i t protection. lint the)
are made -o imt that you wouldn't want
to be without one even ii the weather
stayed moderate ,which it we n t.
Quality Suits for Boys
These values make your money go a long
wavs. The price is pretty low as far as
prices go. The suits are well made, and the
goods used makes them exceptional "mone;.
Boys' suits in the newest styles, belted effects, with good fitting
qualities; blues, grays, browns and attractive mixtures. Some with
two pairs of knickers.
Boys' Underwear Mothers
Mothers will find this an excellent
opportunity to provide colder weather
underwear tor boys—an opportunity
to buv excellent underwear at attrac-
Boys' Stockings That Wear
a Long Time
It is almost hard to believe that boys' stock-
ings can wear a long time; but these will.
They are of an extra good wearing quality
specially reinforced. At these Bankrupt Sale
Prices you can get almost two pairs for the
price you have been paying for one pair. This
is the time to get a supply for all winter.
Good Shirt Values
They are so good that women will
buy lots of them and put them
away for holiday gifts. Very high
grade materials and beautiful col-
orings. Very well made.
They are really some of the best
shirts on the market. Of course we
couldn't sell them so low in price if
we hadn't bought them for less than
50c on the dollar. We arc just pass-
ing the low price nn to you. See
them—and you'll buy.
Hats For Fall and Winter
Vou probably want a new hat for
Thanksgiving: one of these new ones
with the brim su correctly proportioned
to the smaller crown. You can get eine
of these hats in the shade you like best.
It will give you more than ordinary style
and service, and lots of quality and value.
A large stock of caps at Bankrupt
Prices. We can't tell you about all tlx'
good things. 4
Vou won't have to
freeze to death out-
doors and you won't
have to keep the house
boiling hot if your un-
derwear is warm.
It doesn't have to be
heavy. This under-
wear isn't. In fact it
is quite thin and light.
Hut it is of wool; it's
warm, and its fine tex-
ture makes it easy and
comfortable to wear.
Unusual Shoe Value
The leather, the workmanship,
the style—everything about
thc.tr Just Right shoes giv«
you bitf values because the value
is in the shoo just as much as it
is in our Bankrupt Prices
The stock i- big enough to
give a service that will meet the
requirement of almost every
type of foot.
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Norman Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 181, Ed. 1 Sunday, November 21, 1920, newspaper, November 21, 1920; Norman, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc114502/m1/3/: accessed February 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.