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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, OCTOUKR 17, 1920.
News of Sapulpa
When we say that wc want this to be your
store wc mean exactly that yours. Your
word goes. If you aren't satisfied, put it up
to us to make good ; we'll do it cheerfully.
The Curtis Brown Store has r way of giving biggcr-l possihlu vnlncs for tho money, instead of gel
ting nil the money posiiblo for our merchnmliic. Ours is not n gvt-rich-quick inothod of doing
business. But it makes us hosts of staunch friends and loyal customers, whose good will and
future patronage are worth far more to us than the extra profits.
The way wo foul about any transaction hero
Is just this: Tho money you pay us is just
as important as tho clothe wo give you. If
tho clothes don't satisfy, tho money be
longs to you and tho clothes belong lo us.
n B. Miller Receives
Broken Leg When His
, Motorcycle Skids 1
$(gro IJoy Sees Crowd Watch
' ing Descent on Hope and
Gets Unck Into Cell
... Hi I Ttin World. I
ri L'., Oct. 1C.-C. H. MIL
i,r'a .'it well driller, wnu no
! 'rr . urcil when tho motorcyclo
., ),.. wits rldliiK skidded on llm
ij f u S.ipulpa to Kcllyvlllo Into
'...j, nfti'rnooii tlirowliiB him
mid Mlller'H right U'K was
truKf .nil lio wan badly bruised,
lit .i "iifi'i1 tn fnpulpn. for ed.
... .i -r uon after which lio wan
rcr' , to Ills homo tit Hilstow,
where ' l reported that ho la
ru'l-.f e.isily. Ho will recover.
IJiilK Caws I" Cily Court.
I r,i(- wcro tried In city
r, urt tiiis niornlns, tlm majority
be tin '"r violation of tho trnfflo
Ni'Kro Attempt INfapt'.
A j.'iinfr negro. tiflnB held In tho
coun'' 'nil on a charno theft, was
prpv. n'.J fro.-n making ftood on his
afrnp' to escape today whon
rl'.f. i reported to tho Jail offi
cer it. ho was lowerliiR himself
on a Makeshift ropo from tho Jail
nS h Is on tho third floor of tho
county courthouse. Upon discover
, V il ,it tils attempt was boIn
wa'- hnl hy a crowd on tho streets
Ke.'m'iitl back to tho window
frro wlii'h he started and was met
-v fie Mller. The boy wns a trusty
In th. nil and na thus onahled to
ir.a!; Irs attempt without being ob- ,
ttruJ by tho Jail officials.
Ilrnhcn rnw Wins I'oolball Ciuno.
Dr in Arrow hlKh school tle
ffi'c "ip Kuclieo Mission football
I ttu f "ill city nt llrnltcn Ar
row ' r 1 y by a scoro of CO ,10 0.
UiM I'lKilliall l'rnotlcr.
Tho Junior IIIrIi football team
he'd the r laHt prnctlco for their
rama with Tulsa hlwh first year
team here Monday. This came was
postponed Wednesday on account of
Hie reKistratlon reported from
all over tho county Ih tho lightest
It lias been In any presidential year
In tho hl'tory of tho county. Tho
nfctsflty for Ratherlnc tho cropH Is
frtvon as a possible reason for fall-,
ure to register In tho country Uls-tricu.
Broken Arrow Briefs
ItKOKKM AimOW, Oct. 16. Tho
ladies nf tho Odette Thourot club, a
Rmken Arrow organization which
for tho ii.ist two years has been ao-J
uvuy interested in nennir ori-rcncn
orphans, is this year sponsoring a
rnoen.rnt for n Klrl's rest room In
hr h tt, h'.l imildlnK A well pa'
ronlTed public dlnnur served by tho
lartira I'rulay madu u nleo start In
their drive for finances for tho!
The funeral of nthel Wolf, dauMi-
ter of Mrs. and Mrs. William Wolf, i
living s.uth of town, whose death'
oei urred Tuesday following a two
week s Illness from typhoid fever, i
was hold from tho M. 13. church.
South. Thursday nftornoon. followed
ly Intf-rrnent at Park Grovo remc-
ten' Dei eased was 15 years of ukp.
. Tho reKistratlon books for both J
frermrts, No. 1 and 2, nro now open I
at the riy hall, whero registering of '
luali.'lcd voters will contlnuo until
Oft. her 'I
Mayor J. I. Lewis Is absent from
the elfv this week, havlnic responded (
to a e.ill to his old homo In I'enn-i
f'Jvanla on nccount of tho death
1 hls father. Tho elder Mr. I-wls.
S lr in n Mvll wnr l.fllflfin n'nv
w iown In Ilroken Arrow, lmv-!
lit -iral times visited his son nnd
H V. P. Dobson. who a short
time, .tendered his reslcnatlon as
his farewell sor-
dav. nnd early In tho
wenk' departed for Ills ranch near
Cl.lremr.ro ivhtirn lila Intornot dp
mandeii rua personal attention. Ills I
PUU4 rr trains empty, nnd until rur
thet notice Sunday school will bo
the orly Sunday scrvlco at tho Pres
A Lurial permit was Krnnted
iui LIIIT IIILL'I 111-11 k ll ,.,rtj
Or vo . oinetery of tho remains of,
ho"v Tfwcl. tho 2-yenr-old daughter
o' M and Mrs. J. W. Van Brunt,
IhinK f,vi- miles west of Broken Ar-
row !,, ,0 denth. which was duo to
pne.ir..nla and complications, oc-eur-ed
the day proious.
Ar,re tho Important business
chances this weok Was tho moving
of 'ho Kroken Arrow Furnlturo.com
1 'ts nw'v eomnloteil Main
'reet homo, and tho rrmovol of tho
'" 1 f goods of J. 1 Orav to tho
l"'l ' vnrated by tho furniture
l unv Mr. Gray having recently
Pur r. m- t the lattur building.
V It tho H
Wo. Jt Sunday.
0?tH Clmlr In University.
V' v World.
A'in, Oct. lfi. n. a. Orassflold.
"lit .r i.f ihn nnlrt TI.tIIv N'pvvs until
'it wh"n h" nld h h Interest In I
-the newspaper to 15. C Dunlap, his!
pann. r has accepted an aprtolnt-'
merit ,,s assistant professor In tho
,rh' 1 : f eommercn, ntato university
or 1 -wn Grassfleld Is a graduate
Tjf thr. sinte university of Iowa, spo-
jh'.i ir in economics nnd sociology..
He t.,.k chamber of commerce
work and camo to Knld In 1917 -as'
wretarv of the chamber here. Ho
returned to nowspapcr work when
i bought the Interest of Ulehard
sis'1 ln Ncws ,n Jovornbc''i
.Although tho United Stafs ubps
iwlfe AH milfli ndlpnla,M u ntt IV..
TA'l of tho world. Its pCtnntlal sfip
i.i.?.,are on,y one-seventh of tho I
rU'a total j
$60 $65 $70 $75 Suits and Overcoats at
PRICES can never be reduced enough to make "bargains" out of undesirables, nor can any refund of
20 per cent nor any ordinary reduction make "bargains" out of Clothes that were marked too high
to start with. CURTIS BROWN reductions to the LOWEST PRICE LEVELS are from our LOW
CLOSE MARGIN FORMER PRICES, rather than from so called values. No guess work here as to what
you are getting or how much you're saving. These fine hand-tailored Kuppenheimer $60, $65, $70 and
$75 Suits and Overcoats are actually obtainable in this sale at $49.75. It is another demonstration of our
ability to give BETTER VALUES.
THE HOUSE OF KUPPENHEIMER
For 55 years there has been no name more famous, more reputable oKmore reliable. II stamps the garment bearing it as being a
combination of worthy fabrics, fine workmanship and correct style. It is an assurance of good satisfaction and full value yfor,
every cent you invest. 90 of all the suits we sell are of this famous make and at these prices they are unmatchable values.
$10 and $45 suits and overcoats,
worth these prices, by value and
comparison, are now revised to
50 and $55 suits and overcoats
from our regular stocks and recent
advantageous purchases, repriced to
$80 and $85 suits and overcoats,
garments from our fine regular
stocks, revised to the lowest level at
$!)0 and $05 suits and overcoats,
the very finest clothes money will
buy, repriced in this event to
Here Are Examples of Our Lower Prices on
the Finest Qualities of Men's Furnishing Goods
THE NEWEST FALL HATS
Remarkable Values Big Varieties
Lower Price Levels
i i & j it is
Specially featuring the smaller,
smart shapes with narrow, rolling
brim, in dark shades;
values repriced at. . . .
New rolling brim styles in beautiful,
smooth-finish colors or dark brown
and black. Specially
Here is the popular velour, rough
silk finish in dark green, dark Cordo
van and black. Revised ! OP
Popular cloth hats in the new, smart
colors, rolled brim styles. A large
variety of appropriate tfQ
fabrics. Special at tPeJ.ijO
An exceptional cloth hat in appear
ance and value; made to sell at $C;
comes in newest shapes Qa
and colors vLtcO
New Fall Caps for
Young men's caps in a wide variety of
plain colors and fancy patterns, lho
new fall styles, specially
From one manufacturer of fine caps
wc secured an unusual value in some
hand-tailored caps. We've (I Q A r
priced them special...
. Eagle Silk Crepe Shirts $7.95
Corded Madras $3.35 Jerseys $5.85
A Rare Shirt
Hagle heavy crepe silk shirts. The now full pat
ternsmore beautiful than ever; every shirt
guaranteed. They are the same (I f
quality shirts selling so recently J 'yT)
at $12.50 and $15 " y
$1.50 and $5 dress shirts, percales, cords,
printed and woven madras, and
, other weaves; all sizes; reduced
ISaglo Jersey shirts, formerly
selling at $10; now bought to
Included in this lot are $8.50 Canton madras
shirts with satin stripes.
on Sale; Underpriced
The startling values we are able to offer in Vassar
underwear and other fine makes will be welcome
news to every man and young man. Wc were for
tunate in finding favorable and advantageous mar
ket, ln consequence you
can secure values more re
markable than wo or any
other store have offered for
years, and at the very start
of the season.
Why W e Sometimes Talk Price!
Our ability to provide extraordinary values in clothing, hats and men's furnish
ings at merely ordinary prices, makes our merchandise all the more uncommon
and unrivaled. Every article we sell is standard and known finality. Only tho
best merchandise in America gets into this store. We have no brand to conceal
nor any "orphan origins" to offer.
Upblpocliwl cotton ribbed union
suits, heavy weight; nlzu 34 to 40;
very llsht fleece; secularly retailed
at 2.60; rovlHed (j-J fJQ
Whlto cotton ribbed union uults ot
well known make, heavy wcluht;
ulzra 34 to 46; Ueduced
from (3.50 to
Natural lightweight wool garment,
formerly retailed at 13.50; all
Blzcs 31 to 48. Ideal for (TQ A f
Combining our finest
regular stocks and spe
cial purchases bought
the September market
Tho Same High Qualities, the Same Serviceable Mnkcs All at Lower prices Lowest Cost
YnuriK mmi'ii fanny, Mi-wool
dreMR ii.intN of mixed, t.imy
patltiniB in nlmilcH mat' li
(iUlm. 110 values. fl? AC
Our new price,.. J)tJiJ
Mcn' und youriK iiuti'b wool
panm; Unlit ami dark ury.
fancy mlxturiK, urK.i and
flannrilH; 111 val- mr7 A r
. . D 1 .ItJ
Wonderful Values in
Women's Hosiery :
Ladled pure thread ilk hone; full fnahloned,
fat dye,; Rupcrflno quality; ellk with elaxtlo IIhIo
top. Termer values and prlco, (4. Como In
black and Cordovan. New
IjudieH' nll-Kllk liu of very fine, purn thread, dllk,
lilii k only. A v-r fm lunate, recent jiurchlj") fn
ihlH lilentl, nl Iiomi hiH been retailed an hlKh n
(6 and never lower than 14. Our (J0
new prlco, pair )Z-i.t7fJ
Women's All-Silk Fancy Hosiery, $-1.95, $5.45, $5.05 and $0.45.
Special Purchases of Values Formerly Selling at $7.50 to $10
Mna mercerUed white Hale union
suits of Do I.uxa quality. A per
fect fitting garment, warm and
serviceable. Made by the nilllu to
sell at 16, :sew price,
TULSA'S LIVEST LEADING MEN'S STORE
ue. Now prlco
All-wool worsted and ramd
rneto pnntx; also blue, brown,
Kray anil urecn flannels; Jill
valiios. Our now (Jg
Y"mB t'len'f" puntu cut from
fl- . .1 W" ,1 I ultlOK t Kl.l
und d.irk tray (tQ A r
fun i puiterii!! omy tp7'iJ