The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 281, Ed. 1, Saturday, July 9, 1921 Page: 2 of 18
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. of men's spring and summer
clothing brings great savings
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serve it yet I he real point of this sale is the very liiIi quality of the oods reduced. Hickey-
Krooman and Stratford clothes Knox straws Kdwin Clapp 'oxfords are tvnical of the na
tionally known quality jjoods on sale. (Jot lturo at once and get your share of the great
Men's $35 $40 $15$
wool suits now . . .
Here are clothes to wear now and all fall. Correct
styles in three-piece wool suits for men and young
men. Admittedly supreme values at regular prices.
Now they go for $2!J.oO.
Men's $50 $55 $60 $
wool suits now . . .
lliekey-l'Veeman and Stratford wool suits in styles
models and sizes for men and young men. Some of
the. handsomest of the season's fabrics here in these
$T0 to $() suits at .pD.oO.
Men's' $65 $70 $75 $Q.5()
wool suits now . . . jtJf
Here are some very fine clothes at a very low price.
Made in the regular way by Mickey-freeman and
Stratford makers and vou know what that means.
Real Stir to $7r suits at $ l(.)..r)0.
t Men's $20 $25 Palm $ -J 85
Bench suits now . . JL J
The latest styles in genuine Talm Beach suits in
both single and double breasteds for men and young
men of every size and build. .$20 and .$25 suit's now
fc at $15.85.
Tropical worsteds reduced
Fine liKhtwoitfhl all wool
worsteds in the smart styles
for men and youtiK men and
regularly priced at !?!!0 now
Ko at only
$! tropical worsted suits in
all the best styles for both
men and young men now in
this clearance sale at the.
low price of
All straws at l$ off
$1.00 Straws now... $2.ti.i
i?r.m Straw now... 'M7
$0.o0 Straws now... $JH)
$S 00 Straus now... Jf.i.;i.7
$10.00 Straws now. . . W.fi.T
$l2.r0 Straws now.'.. $S:tf
$l.r..00 Straws now. . .$10.00
!?1S.00 Straws now. . .$12.00
Sale of men's shirts
Every shirt in the store-except Manhattans now reduced
to the very lowest possihlbe pi ice. A real opportunity to
jteck up with fine shirts at less than their value.
$2 Shirts now $l.i()
$'2.o0 Shirts now v..s.)
$:t Shirts now $S..tS
if:.r0 and SI Shirts at '...
$f Shirts now $!I.IS
All Shantung Silk Shirts
that sold up to $7.50 now
All pure Silk Shirts that
told up to $10 now at $7.S.
$14 to $17 Clapp $ J O
oxfords now nr... "" A.
$10 to S12 oxfords at . . . $S.75
SS-S() white oxfords at . . $6.75
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The Uic Sloio on Main lietweon Second and Third
Boys' wool suits off
Kntire stocks of hoys' fipe all wool suits
now selling at a f ill kl' . loss than regu-
lar. $10 to $:n suits now $7..r)0 to $22.50.
Wash suits l$ off
All boys' wash suits in every s'tyle and fast
color fabric now reduced a full thin! from
regular. Their quality makes this the
biggest reduction of the year.
All bows' straws at Half Price
Choose Your Summer Suit
Now From the Greatest
Assortment in Tulsa at
This in the bargain event that usually
comes along in August. So you get a full
month's extra wear.
Nothing reserved; every two-piece suit in stock
is included. Assortments here are absolutely
complete and the range of sizes include plenty
of stubs stouts and slims as well as all regular
sizes. The reputation of Renbcrg's for always
showing only the best assures you the correct
style and perfect fit that 'only good clothes can
give. And at the price of the ordinary kind.
Don't Be Misled
Hero arc the lowest prices that good clothes are bcinf;
sold at in Tulsa today
$20.00 Suits .$13.35
$22.50 Suits . $15.00
$25.00 Suits $16.65
$30.00 Suits $20.00
$35.00 Suits $23.35
$37.50 Suits $25.00
$40.00 Suits .$26.65 .
$42.50 Suits $28.35
$47.50 Suits $31.65 r
Our Entire Stock of
All I'rpnrh Khrlncr find Ur-
nor Otf.inK $11.50 to lf.00
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J. 1'. Smith find ntlior
fonlH $10 to $13 50
Whlto Cam as
Oxfords at . .
Our Entire Slock of
Straw Hals and
Included are. Dunlap
Horsalino and other
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3l Notice to Water Consumers in Dist. No. 1
The 10th of tho month is your last clay.
If not paid a ton per cent and turn off
charge will be added to your bill.
C. S. YOUNKMAN
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Notice to Our Patrons
In District No. 1
Your Electric Bills are due and must be paid on
or before the 10th or service will be discon-
tinued. District No. 1 comprises all territory west of the
center of Main street.
Public Service Company
111 East Fourth St. Kennedy Bldg.
We close Saturday at 1 P. M.
A Just Right Confection
the dog days.
though not hard
theg null neither
soften nor stick.
though not cloging
theg will not induce
an unquenchable thirst
Their delicate flavor
pecan and vanilla
is most pleasing
Saturday and Sunday.
NEW ORLEANS PRALINES
In Boxes of Six and Twelve
48c and 95c
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Main Mrii't at firner of
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The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 281, Ed. 1, Saturday, July 9, 1921, newspaper, July 9, 1921; Tulsa, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc77820/m1/2/: accessed October 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.