Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 165, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 22, 1917 Page: 3 of 8

LUTZ-SITTERLY
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TViis Sa/e itfi// Start at 9 o'clock
Friday Morning, November 23rd
and lasts throughout Thanksgiving week ending on Saturday December 1st. Practically every
article in this store will be on sale at a wonderful reduction in price—several articles as low as half
price. The quality is the BEST as is always sold by the LUTZ-SITTERLY STORES.
WINTER IS AT HAND—Take advantage of these
Ladies' Dresses
at 1-2 Price
Every Dresa in the house, including such makes as Betty
Wales, Goldman & Rentner. In Serges, Silks, Jerseys and
Satin and Serge Combinations.
Alterations Extra
1
Ladies' Trimmed
Hats
WJiJtVXSXSXXXS
* X
* LOT 1 *
* At $2.98 *
* All Colors and All Shapes s
* $4.00 to $6.50 *
X values *
< *
X X
Mi LOT 2 X
* at $5.95 x
* All tne newest styles in *
X this lot *
* $7.50 to $9.00 *
X values *
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15 per cent discount on all
Pattern Hats
Children's Hats
Choice 98c
Ladies' Coats
]j0t 1—13 Ladies' Coats in all the leading colors—some
with fur trimmings—some plain—all sizes—$50.00 and
£45.00 values, at—
$39.95
L0t 2—19 Ladies' Coats, in all the new materials, all
shades, all sizes, $40.00 and $37.50 values at—
$34.75
Fibre Silk
Hose
59c
Royal Society Package
Outfits
25c to $1.00
98c Wool
Scarf Sets
69c
Outing
Gowns
$1.25 to $1.69
Ladies' Suits
at 1-2 Price
Your choice of any suit in the house worth up to $25.00,
while they last at l/j price.
ALTERATIONS EXTRA
Ladies' Plush Coats
$30.00 black Sealette Plush Coats, several different styles,
sizes 36 to 46 at—
$23.75
>ats, excel
$19.95
S25.00 Black Plush Coats, excellent quality, sizes 36 to
46 at—
$5.00 to $7.00
Scarf Sets
$3.98
$2.50
Wool Scarf Sets
$1.39
Sleeve
Aprons
98c to $1.98
Crepe de Chine
Handkerchiefs
35c
Children's Rib Hose
19c
All Sizes
$2.00
Wool Scarf Sets
98c
Children's Gingham Dresses
$100 Values
69c
Knit Caps
39c to
69c
Children's Coats
\ny one in the house at
1-4 Off
Children's Dresses
Gingham or Serge
1-4 oil
Blankets
Save from $1.00 to $2.00 on All Blankets
$10.00 wool blankets $7.48
$ 7.50 wool nap blankets $5.95
$ G.50 wool nap blankets $4.95
$ 5.00 wool nap blankets $3.98
$ 3.00 cotton blankets $2.48
!.00 cotton blankets
Full Bed Size
.$1.48
Underwear tor Women
and Children
$1.95 Union Suits, medium weight... .98c
Best quality union suits, all weights,
all styles, sizes 34 to 44 $1.50
Silk and wool union suits, medium
weight, all styles, sizes 34 to 44. . . .$3.50
Children's union suits, all Sizes 75c
Children's Munsing-wear, all sizes...98c
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Corsets
Comforts
At a Big Saving
In Three Lots
$2.69, $3.48 and $3.98
Full Bed Size
Corsets
Bath Robes
For men and women. These are sorted out
in five lots for quick selling
Prices $3.98, $4.95, $5.95, $P.95 and $7.50
Sizes 2.6 to 44
One lot of Cors>lts in white only, sizes 20
to 30, choice $1.00
Justrite Back Lace Corsets, Pink and
White, all sizes $1.50 to $2.00
lYlOD^mT CKoftSETS
J ?P Farort-t Laced
$3.50 to $15.00
SHOES
Wichert's—Selby's
Every Pdir of Ladies' Shoes Reduced
$15.00 Wichert shoes at $11.95
$18.00 Wichert shoes at $14.50
$12.50 and $13.50 Wichert shoes at .$ 9.95
$10.00 Selby and Wichert makes at $ 7.95
$8.00 Selby shoes at $ 5.95
All sizes and widths AA to E
One lot of broken sizes, mostly small,
sizes, at $3.98
v
\ SWEATERS
v For Women and Children
N at 1-4 Off
X All sizes
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V EVENING DRESSES *
X at y% price *
* Betty Wales Make *
* All sizes *
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LUTZ-SITTERLY
LUTZ-SITTERLY"
DERRICK PRINT I drumright, OKLAHOMA
DRESS SKIRTS \
1-4 Off X
Silks, Serges, Poplins v
All sizes %
v
X *
* X
* SHIRT WAISTS \
x at $5.95 X
v Georgette Crepe and *
* ->epe de Chine, all cnl- *
* oi". and all sizes x
$7.50 .'allies X
LUTZ-SITTERLY
LUTZ-SITTERLY
LUTZ-SITTERLY
LUTZ-SITTERLY
$1.50 PER YEAR.
LINE
LOSE
EFIELD
in the history of tho
ins have covered them-
glory by snatching back
n by the Austro-Germans
in the balance.
rtica has been lost and
mos during the battle
a was taken by a series
harges.
Kperts who are watching
is say that it was un-
te of the most brilliant
ver perpetrated during
>t a French nor British
thrown into the battle
wore placed on the bat-
to be thrown into the
were needed. The Ro-
d they would stop the
line if it took the last
of Italy, and the deter-
apparently won.
m
THIS
)RE PERRY
that can beat the boys
UDENTS
VISIT ARBUCKLES
la., Nov. 24.—One hun-
y students of the geol-
t of the University of
! returned from a three
le Arbuekle mountains
>f Davis where they did
fain practical experi-
as the second trip of
alf of the students in
visiting the mountains
) month and the other
Both men and women
he trips in charge of
) geology faculty and
nes.
f, pork, mutton, veal
ry day of the week,
other more perihable
will have done your
war, and done it well.
HIE
uNDED
eded, shall be carried
jstimated to exceed
Housing reform
ale has therefore be-
of national policy in
om the national hous-
lere is the enormous
that has taken place
icipalities. In 18G4
ed the worst slums
rince that date it has
pound in eliminating
K slums and rehous-
in model tenements
leath rate has been
27 a thousand. Be-
iil fever was never
'ie year's medical re-
then there has not
ubercuIosLs declined
housand, and police
:rime have been re-
. The cash saving to
• their rehousing
1 at $350,000 a year
of providing decent
g men."

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