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-5 -- r5 --.:. J ' . I. 1 'Ml, ri Li WW ft r J BS! HI : i HIT VP A V, V O V K M H i: It 2 . I R ll-Wfc 1 1 ' A ? 5 m n n i L. H :j P EL M $ 9 ,7 Three iuuiulo Lines of (ats and Suit';, the veiy latent slyles purohated from the best boum in the I . s. Tiir lulnj(u, Kuusbiac Mid Jeffrie. The uasne of any one of these jujpaiiiea itandN for quality mid style, Tbcc thi'ec nam- ..l .. i : e ' a. ' i . .. Nil' Mill's ii 1 1 1 1 1" li'ri'lll illl'rll.;r Ulrs IIS inn j If! 0,000.00 worth nf Kuitn and t'oats which wep will ( ell ;ii the following pi ices : $50.00 C'l.it for $39.00 v lO.io Cnai for $20.oo $35.00 Coai (br $20.00 $25.00 Coai for $17.98 $30.00 C....1 for $1198 $15.00 Coai for $10.08 $12.50 Coai tot $7.98 $10.00 Cnat for $5.98 SLITS $75.00 Suit for S55.00 $50.00 Suit for $39.00 $40.00 Suit fur $27.00 $35.00 Suit for . . . : ; $25.00 $28.00 Suit for $17.00 $20.00 Suit for $15.00 $15.00 Suit for $10.00 $12.00 Suit for $6.98 $10.00 Suit for $5.98 This is the greatest opportunity thai the peo ple of Tulsa ever had to secure an uptodate Hui right at the commencement of w inter at Leas than wholesale price. MILLINERY DEPARTMENT. We have over 500 tailored bate purchased from the ln,vt houses in the cast, Buch as Sin n, Fish. Empress, Regina hats, which we will put in this sale at the following prices; $35.00 llats for $25.00 ftiO.OO Hats for $21.00 $20.00 llats for $15.00 $15.00 Hats for $10.00 $12.00 llats for $7.98 $8.00 Hats fur $5.00 $7.00 llats for $4.98 $0.00 Hats for $3.98 $5.00 Hats for $2.98 $.00 Hats for $2.48 $3.00 Hats for $1.98 We now claim to have the beet milliners in Oklahoma. MEN S AND ROYS' CLOTHING. We just purchased direet from the factory 500 nu n's mid boys' suita, will sell these auits at the following prieeat $30,00 Suits for $2:1.00 tj-25.00 Sin is for $16.98 $20.00 Suits for $15.00 15.00 Knits lor $10 00 $10.00 Suits for $6.98 BOYS' SUITS. .'00 Roys' Knits just received from New Fork $12.00 Boys' Suit for $8.00 $10.00 Boys' Suit for $6.00 $6.00 Boys' Suits for $4.00 BLANKETS AND COMFORTS. We haw 300 pair of Blankets and Comforts to he sn! during this sale. Blankets worth $7.50 for $5.98 Blankets worth $6.00 for $4.98 Blankets worth $5.00 for $3.98 Blankets worth $4.00 for $2.98 Blankets worth $3.00 for $2.48 Blankets worth $2.00 for $1.48 Blankets worth $1.50 for 98c Blankets worth $1.00 for 79c SHOES. Over $20,000 worth of ihoea bought at i forced sale at 50 ceiita on the dollar. Thesis were all purchased nine months from 1 1 1 c time tlir store was started, Wc will sell them for less than ii costs to luauufaeture them. Hhoes worth $6.00 for $4.98 SI s v.mi iIi $5.00 for $3.98 Shoes worth $4,00 for $2.98 Shoes worth $3.50 for $2.75 Hhoes worth $3.00 for , $2.25 One lot of shoes worth from $1.50 to $4.00 odd shies k be put nt for this sale at 98c UNDERWEAR. Ladies' and Men's Underwear worth $1.50 for 98c Underwear worth $1.00 for 75c Underwear worth ".V for 48c Underwear worth 50c for 39c Underwear worth for .- 23c We Pay Carfare to Out of Town Purchasers TABLE LINEN. Linen worth $3.00 for Linen worth $2.50 for Linen worth $2.00 for Linen worth $1.50 for Linen worth $l.oo for Linen worth 85c for 1 (inen worth 75c for . . Lim n worth 50c for . . Linen worth 35c for . . .$2.48 .$1.98 $1.48 . .98c . .75c . 59c . 48c . 39c . .25c BED SPREADS. Spreads worth $6.00 for $4.48 Spreads worth $5.00 for $3.98 Spreads worth $4X10 for $2.98 Spreads worth $3.00 for S2.25 Spiea.ls worth $2.00 for $L48 Best Work Shirt in the city, 35c; 3 for $1.00 Calico, per yard 4c Oil Cloth, all colors, per yard 18c HARLOW BROKERAGE COMPANY ................ gi KKIilON l, (ML M:VS. & (. ' ...... (Continued rrm Page ih.) on lot i i in On- oenter of tip Kt, I) a Hfl-barrel weH after tht shot. Hi i n Wi ll iii Ha pulp Mstrlct. t. c. Kelly's No. - Annie Moloney In set Uon 19-1S-11 Is a 50-lmrr I Well iii the t,lQQ-taoi f ind. Tills In an Important will on MOOVnt "f Vt$ 1 ii . Moon i Co.'i No. :i Ne!U 'I ii;. i in McUOO LM-1S-1 I is a 40- bnrrel well in On- i .too-r...t nuid. ri. Twin State OH company ha 10-harral wall i" On- 1,961-foot cand in ! Btloa tt- i 'ii the Oaorfi f. r ii, NO, t I r the l Me. p. a Hi I" A '" mi (ha B. Bra- I , a 1 r.-larr. 1 welt, in MCttoD 18-11, at .'I ft t In ll- .'in!. It is No. 1 for Um farm. Wartsbei i ifi No. I Newton in taction1 "- 1,11 in a 15-1i;iiti1 It. 1 ,- in Mounda, In the Mound dlHtrlrt. ttio Serine-li.a-- Oil company' No, 1 I'm in in ti footheaal quarter of the north ea i flttnitar of ectlon I-l-tl dry HI 1.S00 fo t. The Roxnn Petrolanpi company' i k Pmlllpn, whii h ha na n uradw Ins for tome u a di pen- i trom Tucket lo the Hir M nand and the well ihowi (or 10 bar v,.im with Dlenty of raH water, t lx In aectlon 1-"1 , . on i r of the f the ijtlon. Clover - Qeoife No, - on the ntt ii alpni ihr weal itti- of the outh wit quarter of lha north! (imr- t, r of m-c-llon ,3-L,l-12 is a r.,OOO.00H. fii. ' ua c wrll. C, w. Tltu' No. a John Walker In tl"ii -1 2. loiHitod In ttii? center of the K'-mh line of th" Honth v cm quarter of the Mtrthoaal quar tcr of th ectlon, in a hnlliv attd r.t 1.100 feet, is a ll-harr-l woll aftor. II,.. xhot. The Kansas Natural ita company's -1C in the northwest north c I . , . .- ........ : 1 T'" Malini rs Today at Tin: BMPftaaM llesrvvd scats, first Uatlne and I firvt nlnht thaw, guak'-r Drug Oo. I No. l c. CoIUn iii leotton i -21-13, located in the aouthweat corner of the north weal quarter of the seetlon i lull down at 1,347 feet WaJtiOt "" the reaull of the Caney River Has company'! No. 1 Ptoranca CotUna In section Z-2 1 - IS. The Kansas Natural c pany'a well Is dry at l . :t 4 7 (eat and will probably be abandoned if the 'am y Rivef well in dry also. They are both ahead of production as to location, but probata!) behind pro duction as to results. The Chlckaleeles leller well of A. A. Richard in ki lion 18-21-11 "ill make :',00(',ftl)(i feel of pas. John O. Mitchell lias a 5-lMUTel well on the if, Ptieaaant (arm In section 16-11-11 at- 1.1S0 feet; the well was shot with so quart. s.im Travl haM a 14 -barrel well. No. ti Annie McNair, located in the northeast corner of the northweali quarter of the northeast of the south west quaatar of section 19-21-13, in the 1, 140 -fool sand. n .Miction 0-20-13. CroaMe l al ha vi a '' barrel well, No. r on the J. Johnson farm, -.inic Okmulgee Count) New. In the Hamilton Switch district, B. L. Wlgton Ac Co. No. l C, Davis m section 11-12 II is moving In a Hit. In th ithwist oiner of the north west itiarter of the northeast quar tcr of the section, in tin Tiger Plata disUiot, fohn Moor ' t al have a dry hole in sec tion Htll-lS on the B. 1'erryn-in farm. It la the (ttlg t'st on tin (art and is I; 27.", (ei i di sp. In s-ction -1 I -1 1 . In the Welsetks distri't, '. Harnett's No. l Hoblnson in the soutaaaat corner of the north west quarter of the section, is dry ,u 1,4 7 1 (oat Ti.e Monitor on & EhiS i'o.'s No. 1 I, owe in the SDUth est cormr of the northeast quarter of tin- southeast Quarter of s on 1-10-11 Is dry and ahandon.il at 2...-.0 feet. small cii. Keai Tulsa. W. P. Btfok Ar Co.'i first wrll on h L PalU III II farm in the ocnur Of the north line of the south half of tin. north half of the southwest li;arti-t ot sictlon 32-19-13 Is ahow Ittg for a 10-harrel well In the St' n fooi sand. Xtlditiiiiial ii-hlne Mt II- ttiunshiirK A iiill,ert OOmplstad No. 14 Hettle Cain In section 1K-17-7 ami Um trail is oieklng II barrabi in the Wheeler Kiintl. In BSCtiotl 2 2-1 -7. on the A. Drumwrilht farm. C B, Sliaf fer's No. 3 Is only a 6-barrcl natural w hi as Mc well and has lei-n shut in a faaeer. In seotton 7-17-7, th Man ihi company's No, i' K. Deere is a tO-barrei wall la th- Wheeler sand, SOd in section 6-17-7, ; n. B. and B. U Jones have ii W I barrel well in the Wfeeelef .'and. tn the same seotiou, F. Black, on the ! J. C Smock farm, hat; a 7 5 -barrel Wheel, r Well. In tin Wictt PooAi Punk, POw Bitter's first u -i on the Browu (arm in section 12-10-12 is down ',".74 (eel and dry; H wttl probably bo abandoned, Ou 'he Jacobs lfirni In section I6-M-14, tin N'lckla Oil A (las Co. has a 7 6 -bar-re v. II N'o. 6 on the lease. Monday. The well has constderabl i:i. hut it iraa 'a.s,l off, 'J'lic w quit flowing anil the Casing will be pulled and the fas sand shot, and the well will probably gel 1 nough gas gain to flow it. The .same ftm Is drilling n well iii the southeast cor ner of their (arm, offsetting tin bit; Well 0 Ingram & lie liens,, 11. It Will be Ifl Cillly tills week. In Monday in the northeast corner 11 1 of ihe southeast quarter of ot oil on IS is-m, offsetting the discovery well on lha sottb. W:tii this wall, and the one KoliiK to In: started this week hy Roes or & Coed en on o aat, offset ting the discovery well, and the No jolo'i test to tin- wt-Mt of ihe di.v ovary wi ll on the Name farm, three offsets win be given to tin- new waU ami will help prove some territory. Th Nick! ml V O.m Co, Is riK Bltilt up in the southeast iiunrler of The well pureluiseil by ("one, IVIne- tiit northwest quarter of section IS II 14. The Nejolo well I pump ami Tuesday it on the beam, IllaklllK I drop of at 7It barrels. Wauled Will pay clean COttOII rax- al al'oiit ready to will probably see The well Is not ater and Is rated 3c , r pound fas World office, No. s D. Starr In sectlonUl a ISO-barrel natural n-e Th.- Conway-Russell oil company's a. 14 ii In lite southeast corner of the southwesi quarter of the southwest quarter of thi otiou. Will s 1 Well Monday, miller al- Bangor from McDonnell k Wood in section 1 1 -1 -1 s win be shot Drilling proposition wanted, will i nil at once on loc ation of merit. Oive b -t offer and full particulars In first reply. Add 243! care World. ,lv Sufferer- from CoaOtlpattOn, or rec ta! troubles can have easy relief without medicine or knift. by usltia x tture's Assistant," a household 1, islty. Inquire for it 1 J ' -taker lrn'' Co., Tulsa, adv. oklet. fir. Lail.hji, Osttiopnil.. Ver Kl ad Mori Broken Arrow Test-. Th'- Konors iii company (Hart man ft Cravens), which owns nearly all the I land around the new well of th Ni 1 Jolo Oil company, Is starting three I li'sis. one in the northwest corner of the southwest quarter of section 23-' 1V-H, on the Nellie Horn farm; OB In thi .southwest coriat of the HOIlth- 1 west quarter of section 14-1S-S4, on the Anderson Atkins farm, which title is in dispute, and one In the south east oonier of the north east quarter of the southwest quarter of section 1 .". -1 v . 1 4 . on the Bthel BUnn farm. The Security Oil company, Which is also composed of Rartman Cravens, has a riK up and -xv aii spud Indian Net "irtlr Complete abstract of all depart mental leases. Pull text OOpi of nil reu .va.! of restriction! of the PTvs r-vil'ed Trifo s. Any info: 1 1 . . 1 1 1 . 1 1 re. Irltlva tO oil or Ka leases or removal of restrictions, enrollment of allot 11 t nt reconh: or ih p .rtinen.al forms futnlshod at reasonable prima, com plete line 1 f oil maps and allotment plats of all rh Ida 1 Truman Nixon, cure Miss Balelle C, McPlke. Phout ihi. 200 Blurs iiuiidiiiK, Tulsa, Ok lahoma. ndv. New PietoX Private op rotor position hand'- ex tensive development plans wants com plat details attractive wildcat. Would also consider drllllm propositions proven field. Address P. I ). l!ox 100.1, Tulsa, Okla, Chance to got an loti real In ciriiiin:; an oil well on a large acreage, in a Knoll location. W ill ifive acreage (re and hi SOU in 'in the ground (loof for a few hundred dollars as I ni ed I little, money io drill well. Addr H 2450. care W'orltl. sdv nine printing a ipectany, All ktndl rngtneerlngi drawing, bin and white print Bupplles, new and up-to-dst tiinps of following distil n: Tul.-a. p'lipa. Okmulgee, lohulter and Henri. St la, Morris Beat and BOUth, t'Ukhlna, Hlxby nnd South, and ii Very complete and up to date u m 1 ..I map of the' Ok labojua oil fields r.tx72 thai win pleas anyone. Prices are right, see or write tie. Tulsa Bnglnet ring and Sup ply Co, rirs- Ploor Pioneer nidL- Tulsa, (kla. ad . Knpericnced superintendent wam position. Must kave full char-re. Have handled 133 West Virginia oil wells, tan furnish the highest rOOOUl men da tlona for pra, ticaMllty. Salary $2, loo PJC year Address 2449. care World adv Order your suh or o' oa early Vou'll want them. Coat and pa s llfi. Suit or overcoat i'T. $17 Tailoring Co.. 16 W. 3rd St.. Tulsa. 122 K. Dewey. Sapulpa. Aitv. . Kt.'-rt Iat1le tailoring repairing and actering of ail kinds done perfectly at I Cllpeon'S, 415 E. Third, i'hone 247. Ad.. if ; li 1 m LET TOE HOI --BE -: mm hv COMFORTABLE Stoves in all designs and styles stoves that will giv full value in heat for the fuel consumption. Our terms are the very lowest. $4 aOO DOWN AND $ A WEEK 1 O The Only Exclusive Stove and Range House In the Gity TULSA STOVE COMPANY 20 WEST SECOND STREET. Phono 2374.