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T I N
j'JI H T C I.s DAI t V R I
BASKETBALL UN
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from Bight ji i "ii ,i, mini ul .o i ui i
To. .-i oa4 half i i a in n i In
inferno refused to ,o Knowledge si
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; Mil I I III Mill" l I III -
run m i in -mm
im i;i Nil i i in in i n
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WINS FIRST
Mill III-. II- I .IM- I 1 1 ' lilinl
I i . i liallcntfe.
III 1 1 I. S III'
" "II III
II Ill ill
N' bed . i
,il I UK U
b in defi
sporl A serb
andld on
Trade
thai w
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putting
We hi in i
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WE SKLL i '
IVe sis
ts i
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KN'i'W what t,' do with ".iv CU 'TH
IN., ..: I HHOICS
OUI GROCERY business lri grown
so LARGE that our customers will
lint LOOK iii our iothlng, Ii is your
lots :f you do ii"' sea this ilothlng.
W handls tin- STAR BRAND
Shoes, Our prices are rtaht Money
the people will mil LOOK at them,
pay n. -te
man ith a
'T il t I II M til"
BO,-
I Ml
2...
h it 1 s ' her .l " es ami
in. mm foi Nil BETTER.
p.i not fail i. see ur clothing and
shoe ir price are rahi. Money
ha. k if not satisfied,
W" tt 10 give the
DIME ill- ni consld
mati wiiii h DOLlAR ,i
DEAL TO AM.
14 IIm beat Flout tn Tula
Bij iii Pur Granulated (
1 Hsu Cuie it 4ii.il. itnd Su
6 Iba beal Navy Reana new crop
I IIm Heal Ppceked Beam (nen
Mc
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2.1c
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money, Remember hm.ii'1' btii si all
tlmea if nut pleased,
in it Fl in i: mi .-t pi: the
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TRADER'S
Jilt Bui Si. "t.ii Strong
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TslE 8UILDIKG ISSUFFICIENI
.11 Ih' llali;ri In I nir for ill" H.I-.I
lien i uttj ii" Ken I Mi ml
littililing In id .nil lor I
I
th department .u rVaablntrton
I " ,il "I tli" poiluffii a fl .ill
itml nil" to iii now a ii x.in. i' i
k i look d.oiUi mi Main ht-. i
.t.thly rental of 1100, it will be
.l.s before it ".in definitely
iWll Unit Hi" proposal will bo
.1 '1 hare has b in no demand
the rtinm ..I "f t bi poet of fl a and
i of tha present owner to -ven
t wiiii . ffi. in is in tin- matter of
wing th '".i. upon 1 1 building,
evidently Is ..f Ilia opinion trial
Ining proper!) owners will come
In resells mill ni.iK. up tli" il ficll
on ' t ii" wont and m hst the
ebrool and Postainsl i Jrutch-
nd i ..i rd to set him to sol
i I ipOMl bill )' declined in do
irasun iii'iy on tha assumption
i in- so i i rnmoni would I m
I t .. the pr inlses,
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and
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SWEENEY'S
GROCERPES
asd MEATS
, ri TJ i i v . no v i: m I' i ii 18, 1'in
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i SAMPLE
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LEW KO WI
SUIT
A Big Scoop by Our Resident
NEW YORK BUYER
250 of the highest grade up-to-the-minute
style suits at little more than half their reg
ular selling priees.
Suits Worth up to $25
Including Poplins, Brocades,
French and Storm Serges and
Corduroys; new length coats,
slashed skirts; sizes 14 to 44.
I2S Values
Haie Price
$14.95
Suits Worth up to $35
Including all the newest
shades of the season. Plenty
Mahoganys and Greens; plain
and rough weave materials.
Coats in the new full back styles
with Peasant or Set in sleeves;
skirts front or side draped; val
ues up to $35.00; sale price, suit
$24.75
Suiis Worth to $50.00 on Sale at $24.75
In this lot you have 50 of the handsomest suits ever brought to
this city to select from (no two alike) -Coats in the latest draped
styles. Some have fur-trimmed collars and cuffs; others with em
broidered plush collars and cuffs. This is an unusual opportunity to
buy a $50 suit at the height of the season at $24.75.
SAMPLE GARMENTS AND MILLINERY
Second Floor Old Robinson Hotel Building.
(Phone 1962)
Third and Main Streets.
(Take Elevator.)
ii..-,
iin u Third
sue the .-rt-rt.-:it. set an Injunction
I or ejpotnn nt order and all that Ww
posi mal r and lap
ii
I I I Iv I "I I I
but un lbs other Imn.i it Ii
l!l-
i- i
d to do
I. to sit .t"jd in the boat .Hid let
ih. oetls ,ph' property own.-! rook It
I .ih mil' Ii B he llk.-s and If th Inter
I I .-u ..f iii" city n u who) ara
aidered nii" hi whM thF will il".
i Kvar Mm a the "iiar.ue in post
I masters there have been rumors '
; . ..nt mpl it I hatifaa in iho location
P'J
lo
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own
III' M
pro
ii. ul
upp
Of
' Ity.
tl
ok ti h it should ' We
t believe tha government can bn
pi lloil to Mo at.- tli.- present quar-
reMardleaa of th wishes of (he
t, and that ul be can recover will
r .is mnbls rent and that no other
it;, owners are i a.iiun upon to
... up in.' il.-fi.-it. TIih World is
ised to putting kbs poatoff les lo
m up at auction for tha bsneflt
ropert) owner in .ui part of the
Weldy Brothers'
Grocery and Market
J I I .Ml
TlKHIP I I "N
n op
I ak Beal
1 pk Beat S'ortl
lion.- hettel . . .
1 pk 1'ine i 'ooklni Applet
1 pk l ine Battl i Apples
X cans ime We Peehea
'.' pack iiti'i" Mararonl
i pai'x ic - Bpaahettl . . . .
ba good Head Itice . . . .
BRRT i Milt KaS. lb
ii. ..id heal I'at Bai k. Ih in.
Q i Breakfast Bacon, lb . 2'
Yon isnnot Ih.Ik.i a tor by ad-
eWMiaed prices, fotne. go through
fi.t entlt" line. We wi'l n..' .1-1. ..u
to irsd" if we cannot i re ww
er's Pute Buck. a i es t Hit. k
.i 'ounto I-.kk". doi
. . imps Pol K and Fleana, 3 fo
ti Ti n!) Spaghetti, J f.-r
.- nddi 11 sua u it itti i . pall . . .
Mary Jane Sot i hum, can
Granulated husnr I lbs
i i . ii i 'ci .aunts, each
i'..p i '.-it Oranberrlee, Quart
7. i- i i '"il i 'rs n berries, quart
Toku) i : 's ps. 1 pound
Malaga I : i apes, I pounds
I'hi.i. e Aprlcota 2 pounda
New Comb Honey, pound
'.rs Sll.it 1'.. tat..es, pock
Nice lulcj Swets Oranges, !"
"....I Leinoni don
I'nik Reeta, notmd
!
White Ti t'iip. pound
s.oid Cabbage, pound
I'nllfomla Tomatoeo, 2 pound!
Pi .ih fun pkln, each
.' -i Ift's White Soap, la b.irs .
I f.. Buap, I' bars
tjtrge Ipanlsh tinlch, pound
sdary I atea, 2 pkga . . .
Csllfornls Rigs .' i.ks
N. w ajoeded Ralalna, pki
,. w 'urrenls I pkgs
Rnlk ijiiet.n Olives, quart
Shreddeil V hi u Biscuit, : pkga
PllSt Toilsliep. ?. .ks
Dot 1 lo'ixe I "tt i e pound
p ire ctdss Vttn n.u gaJlon
un. ii i. RAM. i lot it
a i!. g t push " i li.'jip bran
Hi !- We gte i".i osl what
wnni -e;t'i r Red Mat Polar
v. i'ii Pole, Pride f Perry. Cale
He
2..r
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2'li
III"
to.
lo.
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oil
Bear
ndar,
i" Killing Nome I itra I anci
Mi-r Mil.
llso i;iiti a lull line "f lain ) iimt
mnnie urm enes
St.rlni; I'hlfken u II ve i per
."ai Country Hens, taiivei lb
i:ii. Roaat
1 1 hn. k St.'iik. Ih
; Coiling Beef, per I
Koun l Btt ik lb
: Bit ..in fttsak, lb
i
lloast Pork, shoulder ih.
i ork 1 :hopa, lb
I oik Bleak, h. ni. I'M- lb.
Mi s !."s Mul on, lb
"nl Kuan, shoulder, lb
v. si Cutleta, lb
"at hopa, ih
. al Btew, lb
I eef Ti nmie. b
Pure Pork Sausage, lb.
Best Skinned Hams, lb
Home Rendered Lard, absolutely
pure. SS-lh Iocs "r rii li' .c
Me want to hti tai rattle, bogs ami
i al W I I'll lit It () l 1 1 I I l ,
. . l irai it was an-
he poatoffh e . .ul. I b"
in- North Bide. TU-u
i t iiut nropert) own n
street had made a
i free rent, but In both
report proved, when
be w.th'Uit am
Mc
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lac
18c
II 4c
lie
10 nil, I l .,
20
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iii P05S III ii iK -
Them were the flrsi simea in Tulsa
Ii teal lire i oupon hooka It la tli I
i.hsi trading wsy. bssl tot us snl
s H ks -" mi
Boohs for M.tl
tmni ii i iittvt
Pi. , f- or. '( iarlv Call Phone 32.12
I4dl la l.jii. We w .i, hju StttS
The Tulsa Grocerv
is I Net I m Phones ISII-MII
II I -l V N l 17. I
Will sill s'i I I I ,
II iba Bugsi itti othei 'ods si un
i pk. ii t, Applae .ith .
6 lbs. Hulk Kraul i.v-
1 pk. Srot BpUdS 2,-m-
i pk Turnips sic j
KKr.lT.Ai:
1 II. Ih. ssi k Red Star PI our . SI 10
1 1 1 Ih ack K l n. on i.:iti
1 lbs V Means t.V
t i: H Peai he to
i it. i Apricots t.v
i gal Riackbt n .e ,c
1 ua'. I'ooseberrleS . .Mo
i tui Cberrlsl ii no
I Ann Oood Corn Mc
! . sns i sn v Com i.v-
mi Karlj .i one pews ... i.v
I pgns No. I Tomstoss .... use
i ran carnation Tomatoes ... . i.v
: .it ci n berries . . Mr
! ;. lb Pail l.atd Sr
i in lb Pali Card si if
We siie oiipuns thai nte snod for
Rogers atlversrgfs Thai ars vatmbta i
. .....1. i . . 1....1.
. . .- ...... . , ...t. w ., n-i.li
I'egetablea and fruits of i' kinds t
pi s tbni ars rafnt,
I tlv pi l
"lil.."d to
t w,.s claim
1 on Bsst Third
propositi in
' p.. St III "S III"
It mi to earth
' foundatloh.
just prior to the dry -farming con
Igrress the matter of repairing and re
arranging the present quarter was
t.,krn up With tli" property owners
in th" vlctntt of the prenent location
and f ii s . re raised by voluntary
s hsciiptlon to meet th- requirements
of Inspector Btonebroast, who stated
I that he hat) reported that th present
rs. In his Judgni.-ni nould h"
smple t" accommodate the business
until the new r'edersl building was
nmstructed a'hlch it SMS thou;ht
could be dons Within three years
Tin- departmenl is payins MM
1 1 ontb for the present owertece on a
: lease which will aspire, within a year
This e ii in is less than whnt th" build
log would rent for for other purpose
and lbs i ' Who resides in Illinois
recentl) came to Tulsa and Inspector
I tstonehrook ind Poatonsster Crutch
field tried I.. ke' a proposal from
I him for a renewal "f the If-as- at $25
a month but laboring under ih" ini
presslon th -t sdjolntng psroperty osm.
i . i s were ufflclentl Interested lo pay
mors Clan that lather than have the
! f fire r.-niox-d to some other location.
I hn is reported having declined to
(onsldei .. newsl of the Vase . any
prlpi and left the city without gab-
milling a proposition of any kind.
Ii na.. lhS Bituatlosi that ,:iusrt
he prppoaal to remove the office to
. in- n" Alesander building at n
monthly rei tal of tJno s month und
.the proposition win be submitted ts
n.e department for spsstoval if II is
not accepted the mattss of n locstoti
mat he thrown "pen to the pttbtb
end propOSnkl all'-d for.
The seners' com insss of opinion
among lb islness meb and patron
if i'i" oifii" is tha it slio ii.i retnsltt
in n present location end that th
es rsn be arranged In afford al
. .. i in . Ii il, "i apace ss call he
secured In the Atesandet batlding or
.in nthel II il ..'ti be had In any lo.
Htlon a; Sll MtlsfsctOT) or avallrlde.
II is I. "lie. . ir him . Iiaiise Iii mad" I'
e iii ..ul . lend to delay cotiltructlon
. t. th BeW Kederal hilildins upon
which Cungi essmss rutwenport ha
I t Is. I Work will begin within I
y xi r.
H.i far as Th World Is CObi erned
Pool ball I.. ..iii.
m New v.. tk Btevena Institute 2S,
Ic'onneotlcut AajgHeg 7.
m (Villlamstoam, Msgs Amherst
12; Williams 0.
At New York Wesleyati 20; New
i York University o.
At Collegevill. Ca. I'rsinus.
'Fiankiin und Marshwll, gams can
celled.
j AtEvanston Indlgna 21 ; North
western 20.
At Davidson, n C, University of
South Cat.. Una 10; DSVidgOfJ I.
At Cincinnati tTntveralty of In.
Innati 1 1 ; Ken) "n 2.
a new .student of interest la Patter
son of Claremofh, who enrolled in Iho
oollege this week. Mr. Patteraon pj
a graduate of the preparatory school
at Clarotnora and 1 onnssrii
at Claremore and is known na a splen
did student as well sa a star athlete.
Thi ditoi nil staff Is hard at work
upon a special number of the Col
legian which they aspect to have out
In n. f-w days.
GCERO L. HOLLAND
C. O. D. GROCER
111 1 I hlrd st.
;ts and :!9.
fl lbs. Granulated .susar ....
I pound Creamery BntUr ....
1 lbs. Fresh country Uutter ..
I dog. Fresh Country Kkks ...
I bushel Idaho Potatoes
. ap P.ice, pr lb
1 1 Cai.. v llad Itl'-e. per lb.
New Michigan Navy ll.-ans. per
K w Paacak flour, per Rk . . ,
b-lb. sack Bucksrbeat flour ..
10-lb, sa. k Buckwheat Klour ..
; cans Vomatos
1 . an No. 3 II. P. MO. Tomatoes
1 lb,
1 Ih
2 4 11.
S-lb
I I lb
ts-lb
1 nt.
. lbs
11.00
Calhoun's Grocery
123 Vwl FtrsS
Phone 515
New EtiKh'h Walnuts
Caper Srodl Almonds ....
BSCb of None BUCb Clour
suk Nobs Buck Kiour
sack 1'. S. Klour
sack I'. 8. Klour
Cranberries
Pop Corn
1 qt. Sour I'li kles
1 qt Sweet Pl.k'.es
dog. Imported IMII Pickets . .
1 lb. Holland s BkWd CffsS
t lb. Ilnl"! Tulsa Blend Cuff..
. . B.'ic
. ,Mc
SI 10
.6c
. 8.
ib 6c
. .ir
30c
:v
25c
ID,
25c
25c
Mc
S2.20
;o.
IIM
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IV
to.
Mc
. 2llc
2.V
;li
a lbs kfsndhellng-Banto Coffi-e 11.00
Fat Hetut, per lb lie
1 r hlckens, portb Mc
1 pound Compound i2,Jc
1 pound Cur" lard iJiji'
, I Frame Honey Mc
I an Cink Salmon 10c
I Can Bed Salmon IV
l I'an Plckwich Bockeys Sain.ou. a6c
The End Has Com
Compare the f
owing prices and
avoid the rus,h!
11 line t
arlv
3 Boxes Table Salt
10c Ann & Hammer Soda
Bottle Mustard
I Cuffed Wheat
I Puffed BIOS
ItC BakitiK Powder
All lie Cans of Kruit ....
All 25c Can of Fruit
1 OallOg Gnu Peaches ...
1 Oalli.n Can Apr eta . . .
1 QaJloa Can Blackberries
the posti ffl snd it ; opp"s-d to sny
. !isng Whatever and lietleyes if the
government eiii siat.ii m it can con
tinM to Occupy the pr-aent bttllding
land that il "iin l.e nt rang"d to nr-
t the business of the off.
A A .t i HI i !iAr i 7: r ,hf '' ! "' ,,
' ' M ggsJltlsjfliSjiqgji 1 u eoBlplete the new Federal hni;iltn
FBOPBIISroM I if ordinary dtllgsncs is put forth I
Imp. Mushrooms, tine 10, 26 and 30c
Imp Bardtnes, 10 M and 2V
I Uirse White Fish lOo
.1 Fst Mackerel Mc
II .Ih, Kit White I ish Me ,
10-lb KM Ma kerel SI.OV
I Keg Holland 11 rrtng si. 25
l po'.ind Bostslssg Herring 20c
; Coxes Matches 10 !
; Bars N bite BoSp 3ft
v Cars IHsmOnd C Soap 25c
1 pk. Bearded Haisins too
1 1 kg, Clesnsd Currants toe
1 ib 1 Crown c-itsins 2V j
2 1 sns Blai k Bird Corn ISc
-.p. '"rsikers, by ;."S tc 1
I.. W. Son.'ii r""k 'ts. bv box ... B'c
ppte i"-r peck IV
I ib. ttlnser Knaps 13c
lonsthas Applss, pk one I
Celery, i.'tu. e. Bans nag oranses j
Lentous and all "etslles In season j
at the best inail.-l pr'.ces for first j
. laas s-"ds. I
10c
Ma
20.1
.9c
10c.
Bsc
40.'
Mc
M
1 Qsllon Can li.'oseberriea 50c
1 BnllOB Can I 'I Mitia 40c
I OallOSl Can Chetrles 00c
1 tomb Honey lie
25c Apple Butler ISc
IS Bars White Soap 50c
10c Toilet Soap, 2 for ' IV
All lo Bploea 4 for 15o
All 10c Spice IfJ
cnin cowuer. per 1 MM
10c ssttrnets 5c
ISC Ammonia T'
2T.C Coffee ISc
30o Coffee 2V
.I."..- Can COffso 8V
Potatoes, per bn s,,
Bugar, ii Iba li.no
lie ( 'nfsup ISc
25c (Hives ISc
n,. olives 2V
lee olives Be
2.": Salmon Iti,.
lac Salni .it c
Finest preaorvea, lie and S5c
Class
50c Tea
CO.: Tea
75c Tea
$1.00 Tea
2 VanCamp'sC ork ti Beans
2 Van Camp's Spaghetti
2 Van 'amp's Soup, any
kind
2 1'ka-s. Macaroni
2 Pkgs. Sp.iKheltl
4 I ans 1 'II Sardines
I Cans Mustard Sardines
2 PkgS Quaker Corn Ileal
2 Pkgs Hominy Grits
1 Oi
ic. Mc
. .'tOc
Mc
1 5c
15o
15c
.Mo
15o
I.V
1.V
. IV
3 Pkgs. Quaker o.its ...... 2 V
1 Uirgi- Pkg Quaker oats 20c
1 Cans Van Camp's Pumpkin
for 25c
3 Cans Van Camp's Hominy 25o
2 Cans Van Camp' Kidney
Beans 15c
2 Cans Peas I.V
2 1 'ans 1 'orti 15a
No. 3 Tomatoes, per can . lOo
Navy Beans, per lb 5'iC
Pink Beans, per Ib SVsjC
Quaker Corn Puffs. Pk. ..llo
20c Sifted Peas. 2 for 2V
A larse force of clerks will Kive you gpsodf attention.
mis is cash IfllsT trorfT sk urn iti hit
'litis sale will last a few days only. Ion't lose n chance of your
lift Com Bnrlt Bverythlng marked in plain figure. Poods dt-
Inered if desired.
Calhoun's
Grocery and Meat Market
'hone 51b
128 linst First Stni't.
Tulsa, Oklahoma.
I'ln hip 111

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