Winnsboro Weekly News (Winnsboro, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 6, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 12, 1925 Page: 4 of 12
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WINNSBOBO WEEKLY NEW THURSDAY NOV. 12, 1925.
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T. B. TURNER & SON
DOUBLE SALES for NOVEMBER
We have used every effort to double sales this month—by giving double values.
We have rearranged our whole store—have gone into each department and priced the
complete stock on a basis that will insure sales. It is hard to realize that we have
practically sold our whole stock in the month of October, which is some record for a
small town merchant, and a record that is seldom achieved. By making such an im-
mense turnover, you are sure of strictly new merchandise when you buy of us.
Now, for double sales in November. Such tremendous values we are offering will
surely double ordinary sales.
Weeks of advanced planning bring to you in this event larger assortments and
greater economies in fall and winter merchandise-many special purchases were made
-merchandise already in stock has been marked extremely low. Too, we are prepar-
ing to receive the largest shipments of holiday merchandise that we ever carried, and
we must make room to receive it.
Over three hundred dresses to select
from—both silk and wool. The most splen-
did showing we have had tlr's season.
We have put forth tremendous effoi\s to
excell in this Dress Offer. The values are
so sensational that they are hardly blieva-
ble. Numbers in each group, and which
would ordinarilly sell from five to fifteen
We really could talk volumes about this
November Dress sale, tell you how we se-
cured some of them, about the cobrs, stvle:
materials, trimmings, and so on, but all ihis
would avail you nothing until you have ac-
tually seen the dresses and then, we bel eve,
you yourself will remaik on the wcndeiful
values. Very moderately priced at—
$5.85 $9.85 $1245
*14.75 $16.85 $19.75
$24.50 $29.75 *35.00
A complete stock of new hosiery, Laces,
Purses, Novelties, Notions, Handkerchiefs,
Underwear, Gingham, Percale, Outing, Do-
mestic, Shirting, Sheeting, Suiting, WojI
and Silk materials, Sweaters. Vis t ou'
piece goods department. Siaple Dry gool at
Red Tag Sale pricts. See them.
BLANKE TS! BLANKETS
Featuring double siee, 3 1-2 pounds at $1.89
Good heavy extra size blankets, at ...... $2.ft3
Single, large size, blankets at $1.19
Heavy part wool, large size b'ankets at a
very low price.
FIVE DOLLAR HAT FREE
Every lady and misses, over 15 years of age, should visit us and register each day
until Saturday, when at 2 o'clock, we will give to the lucky lady present her choice of
a new Christmas hat. Visit our store every day and register.
In our millinery department you will find the most fashionable, right up to the
minute headdress of the season. We are showing an extremely pretty line of Christ-
mas hats, made of metal cloth, some of satin with metallic trimmings. All very at-
tractive and very reasonably priced at $4.85 to $12.50.
Close out of all velvet hats. If you have not purchased your winter hat, or if you
have purchased already and desire another at this time, we offer you an exceptional
saving on any velvet in stock. Regardless of the original price and some were priced as
high at $12.50, we are selling thtm'for $5.00 and down. Extra specials at $1.00,
$1.85, $2.85 and $3.85.
A 98 CENT SALE
Such Values Will Double Our Sales!
Get Your Share of Them!
$1.50 Umbrellas 98c
•SI.50 Silk Hose gg„
$1.50 Children's Sweaters ggc
$1.25 Indies Outing Gowns, embroidered..93
$1.50 Packages dry goods for 98c
$1.25 Pcttibockers ggc
Ladies and Children's Gingham dresses 98c
Ladies and Children's $1.25 Union Suits 98
Unionalls, small s:ze
Boys and girls hats
$1.35 Sateen Slips
Ladies $1.50 h'nit Slips
Fine Woolen tobaggsms and
$1.50 for only
$1.50 Under the arm and other style hand
bags for only ggc
$1.95 Beaded Rags _ 98c
50 pairs of shoes, worth $3.95, for f*8c
Blouses, made of silk material 98c
Skirts, some all wool and others wool and
cotton mixed, . 9gc
Ladies new suede gloves 98c
Corsets and Rassiers 98c
$1.50 Satin Boudoir Slippers, 98c
$1.75, 18-in silk velvet for 98c
31.50 and $2.50 hats, 98c
Trimmings and ornaments 98c
Indies gingham house dressess, 98c
Silk step-ins $1:50 value 98c
Cotton, short coats, sold for $3.95, 98c
All silk taffeta, on sale 98c
Fancy, l>obbed ha'r combs, 98c
98c Sale of Lad.es', Misses' and Children's Millinery
>fY'ra Do*en to Selett I rnm. Hats worth $2.43 and $2.95 for 98c.
t. ;'cry item listed is a tremendous value. We have
gone over our entire stock and selected every item
tor this sale, and have been very careful to select ar-
ticles that usually sell for much more. We ask that
you make a careful study of merchandise on this 98c
T. B. TURNER & SON
Over two hundred coats. All are gred
underpriced for this November Sale,
These supberb groups t eaching the ton
most in style, and reaching a new low Ml
of underpricing, fabrics that enfold one ill
luxury, in the cjlors that are the very ncH
$5.85 $7.85 $9.85|
$12-45 $16.85 $18.85
$23.85 and up
Girls and Children's coats on fj'0^
out November at a remarkably low P tff,
are brand new, attractive styles •'<
ialR that are wonderful at their P -
3.85, 6.85, 8-«5
Sizes 2 to 14 years. Splendid raiiJJ®
LITTLE GIRLS' HATS
An exceptional showing of ^ jj,4J
vet and felt hats, priced from $1-46 J
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Weir, Homer R. Winnsboro Weekly News (Winnsboro, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 6, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 12, 1925, newspaper, November 12, 1925; Winnsboro, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth268400/m1/4/: accessed November 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mineola Memorial Library.