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T II K TII.SA DAILY WOULD, SI N D A Y , B I P T B M BKB 19, 1915
NOW FOR THE FINAL DISPOSITION OF THE BANKRUPT
Tomorrow opens the final windup of the Harlow Brokerage Bankrupt Stork every article
in the store has met its final slash in price. Such astounding low prices have never been made
or ever will be quoted again in Tulsa.
These Few Prices W:U Convey Some Idea of the Thousands
of Opportunities for Saving thai Await You This Week
2.000 yards of Wasli Goods. The final clean up
hi' ciiliiT stui k,
.(loo vards of Scl I Dress Ginghams
.HI II I ;il'U-
a of Outina Flannels. All shad
ii tu 1 . - ,i i
."iin luck Towels. Six.- ISx.'M, A regular 15c value.
Final slash price, while the last (C,
FINAL SLASH ON MILLINERY
hi this department we were compelled to ac
cept ;i large order placed by the Harlow Brok
eiage Company. In this final dash you can buy
flats for both street aud dr ss wear at
$1.98, $2.98, $3.98
Which is just about half price on the whole
PUBLIC SCHOOLS TO
REOPEN ON MONDAY
olliuents Are Expectti
T. m lot- rc brnpd,
MANY NEW TEACHERS
nl ml. ni
count f tii'- growth of ii
Diary f IJlC tf.i' In r.s are
New Fall ! 1 5 s Silk Dresses
New FviaI Waists New
These Suits, Dresses, Waists and Skirts are all tliis Pall's
latest styles and patterns. They are pari of a $140,000 stock,
which Mr. Harlow had contracted to take, and we were forced
All Go on Sale at Final Slash Prices Tomorrow.
One lol of toadies' Suits, in mi poplins and serges. This v
i creations. Values thai would sell Vl 1
regularly l'r $'20. hinul slash price
One lol of Ladies' Suits, in new Novelty Pall Mixtures, All
the new - ades, togethei with plain colors. Val fA
ues up to i?o0.
One lot of Ladii
inal slash pr
Suits, values ui. to $20. 'laced K QU
in one al slash clearance, ifour choice. . . PwvO
One nt ii Dress Skirts in plain shades, fancy plaids
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. 1 1 1 1 1 nuiu.ni 1 1 i 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 i i i i . - . . . i 1 1 1 i a i i a 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I
0 lot of Ladies' Fall Dress Skirts. All colors and M OU
materials. Values up to $6.50. Pinal slash price v J-eiO
Mh J II
500 pair of Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes.
Values up to $'M)i) per pair. (Jo in lol tortf"! AQ
the Final slash at, pair tPl.tO
olio pair of readies' Pine Dress Shoes. Values up to
$4.00 pair. IMaced on center tabic for 01 QU
Pinal slash at, pair
500 pair of Men's Dress Shoes. Values up to $4.50
pair. Placed on table in center aisle for U?0
final slash at, pair
."DO yards new shades in silks. Direct from eastern
to 90c vard.
huts and st i
ipes. Values up
3 "omfh Main
;d slash price, per yarn .
500 yards of 36-inch guaranteed Black Taffeta, Reg
ular $1.50 yard value. Final slash price,
l,000pairof Ladies', Misses' and .Men's Hose. Val
ues up to L't'r pair, your choice at the final
slash price of
5,000 Men's and Ladies' Handkerchiefs. Bought
by Mr. Harlow and in transit at time of fail- Op
nre. Pinal slash price, each
500 yards of 'o Dr. ss Goods. All the new nov
elty suitings. Worth up to 75c per yard.
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in i ins 1 1 ii. 1 1 ml mi .ii, l u ii
Si '. "TT
ilttlrr (i hcrokeo Height)
I .-ui i al nm .
h Mrs Caldwell, ti. A; Ines
-i IA, 1 IS
ii i-iu-i- Munn.
Sophia Forcade 8A, reading
- ! :
Maud Morris, 6A,
l.-i.il- I nard.
Helen Brb, r,A;
11, aril limctic
Lillian Slfferd, "ii!,
Stlbblna, lit; Alberta
Pi rn Brown, 3A. 3ii;
Mabel Barnard, IB, !A Fannin
Murry, 2 A, 8B; Elisabeth Benham,
Elizabeth Ronne or Albertlne Jacobs,
Mrs w a. Crltes, lit; Mabel
Avis Smith. director; Florence
.i ii Brown, principal, depart-
n t Mh, 7th, 6th; EDtsIa it.
Wheeler, grammar and music; I,. P,
Herod, history anil reading; Alios
Stewart, arithmetic and physics;
Anna O. Walker, geography, art and
spelling; Frank' Colley, 5A; Francis
Hunter, '-v-. Rulah Oravltte, BB, 4A;
Jean t'ourtrlgnt, IA, IB; Ross Bor
denkircher, IB, SA; Agnes Antic. 3A;
Irma Simmons, :tn, Irma Koons, 2A;
Bernice Brown. 2A, 2H; Helen Mc
Cuney, 2B, IA; Loretta it. .inns. IA;
Glennle Shldler, lit; Una Karr, IB.
W. it Qraham! principal, depart
mental grades; "no B, Alley, sit;
Beuna White, ta. Tit; Julia Lynch,
KA, lilt; I'alra I'itis, f,A. Mt; Mary
IA, lit; Letta Reld, 3A.
Adams, A, 211; Mattic
John McLeod, principal; Bertha
Blaydes, a. mt; Irenem Bowen, ta.
7M; Marie Wall, .i.; Dora it Milter,
r,.; Mabsl Messusr, r.it, 4A;
11 Crooks, 4lt; Mary Toder 3A,
Jennie Butler, 2A; Flossie Byrd,
Irene Kirk, IA; Edna V Beard.
Btrated that sweet potatoes will pro
duce an abundant yield here. Mr. Iie
is raising sweel potatoes that are pro
ducing a yield of an average of (00
bushels to the acre and the potatoes
are worth $1 a bushel. Mr. tvle gave
his crop only surface cultivation and
used no artificial soil stimulant to aid
the natural growth.
REPORT IS MADE
"The United States has seized the
Haitian customs,'" volunteered the
"How absurd!" scoffed tiu sweel
young thing. "Just as If we Want ti
adopt the customs of such unruly people."-
BOAiil) AM) liOM
Hi ii ils iml board, Pho
fi I !.
(jongf!lofi (Central Park ).
H..llie Field, principal. JA, fin;
Marie Meyers. f,A r.lt; Mildred T.in.--liauh,
IA. II!; Olive Porter, 8A, 3H;
Lena Wiik.-s 2 A, 2B; Lillian Moore,
Lowell ( Frisco) .
C.eornc Maci'ury, principal, review
' Sci-i:.l to The Wurlil
OKLAHOMA CITY, Sept. IS Gov
ernor Williams has issued an order In
which sale of alcohol to about five
hundred druggists In Hie state has
I . n ordered discontinued because It
ts claimed they have not complied
with the law In furnishing bond. The
Alexander drug company of Okla
homo City, bonded state dispenser,
was today notified not to sell any
more alcohol to the druggists, u list
Ol whom was furnished.
iiuotl) nml room, sir. South Boston, Pimm-
J I 7T.-.1.
It (Kill ncl liiianl, linini-liuuh- tireiid and
ParkoT H0US6 rolll, Ihrer tilorki, from
potofflet. SO South Dptroil
; ALMOST DOW H. 1. Nelson's bll make
piano lit liulf price. .Mukoii Firnt ami
! Mum. Phona L"i70.
Two Views of United States Zinc Company
at "nnd Sprinns, Where Spelter Is IVIade
IB, 3'A; Daly,
. . .
1 lot. 1 . Mt
ill LU. J. a U
Thi 1 llltstl Btatss .Inc Oompany at Hand Klirlngs Is one of the largest
li of thai pi grssslri ctt Blnos this company bssams owner of
I hi nd Bprlogs smelter, it has more than doubles) Its Oapaclty und Is
Still 1 '.ImKinit th plnnt.
. , . . srnii ii bars been made at tin- plant and others of the larcer
nd trial concerns .f Band Springs hart bsefl largely rsaponslbts for the
ureal Kr- ih m population that Sand Bpriags Is now .undergoing. About
one thousand Dei ni bars taken Up l)ilr 'Ih-iimm at Hand Sprlntrs in the
pii t els 1 o nths, giving the town a population estimated at 3,5oo at the
telle. 3it, 2A. 21
William Hackendorf, principal,
partmental grades; Clara Moore",
arithmetic, Sit; . Lulu Fuller
grammar; John w. Orroan, 7A, read
ing nnd drawing; Ruth Nlles, BA,
music, spelling ami drawing; Mary
criffin, 6B. BA; Luoile Cusao, r.it.
Gall Swarts, 4A, IB; Elisabeth
Smith. IA, 4B; Mabel Butts, 3it;
Vivian Mulllns, IA; Ethel Steele, IB;
Albertlne Jacobs, IA; Mildred Jones.
here 1 hcj 1 Enroll,
Pupils of III" Whittler school
(('herok.e Heights) will fur the pres
ent enroll at th" Washington school.
A separation of the school will he
Pupils of the Longf. HOW school
(Central park 1 will enroll st the
Washington school until the building
is oomph ti d.
Tin- following is the boundary of
the Whlttler school (Central park).
All territory enclosed by the M. K.
fc T railroad OB the north and east,
Midland Valli y railroad on the south
and w-.st and the middle ,,f Tenth
street on the south Pupils living in
this territory will go to the Wash
Ington sol 1 and be enrolled and
classified. As SOOfl as the building is
completed they will be transferred
to the Whlttler building
Pupils .f the Emerson school
(Klrkpatrlch Heights) will enroll st
BoQuoyah school and Osage school
respectively, a separation of ths dis-
trP't wilt he made, as soon us the
building is completed
The manual trainimr and domestic
science work in the Osaire and Se
iiioya.h schools, will be done at the
Irvine School until the new building
lit Osage is completed.
PUpllS will he enrolled In their
own districts in all classes unless,
after the classification is completed.
a, pupil desiring to go to a school
outside of the dlstriet asks to he
transferred to another school where
the enrollment is smaller.
l'ersons desirinK to enroll
children in the kindergarten.
phone 'the name of the child, use
and the address to the secretary of
the superintendent, 'phone lfi7.
Small Hi-op in
Bpaelal lo Ths world.
MIAMI. 1 kla., Sept
Week shows a sMkIiI ill
of zinc ore which for
average t7a a ton, L
Price r .inc.
IV The past
p in t he prices
the Week only
iii remained al
$;"iil the same as last week. Few pro
diners arc holding their output and
most of the mines are working full
capacity and many arc running dOUblO
shifts. shipments are consuming
virtually all of the production,
Ton LATE TO CLASSIFY
HtTOH HIOGINS Writ 10 vmtr motbw
Ollton, Okl Box T44
liKT VMtUIKH Hist matrimonial paper
pabllshsd. Msilsd free. Tht CorrespoDd
cut. Toledo, Ohio,
'll,l, ..tore plsno for iitfht use ntnt i-ar,
no obilareo. Will pay drayaKe- Phniit
D I I I.
WANTED TO KENT HOUSES
two nicely furnished light bouse-
keeping rooms, reasonable to par
tics Without children. PhOOS 2 ." 4 0 i t.
:.24 N. Boston.
WANTED 'PuNtUhtd spsrtntnt, oottsgs o
lower liifhi homskeeping rooms, family of
two Phone 2047
?OR BALK lOll Twin -Cylinder Iinliar,
motorcycle, with IBIS tarter, electric
'.L'liii sna ipesdomettr, ehesp, Talis tteslty
Co., 406 BoblntOB lllilit rhone j2.
Bwn t potato Record,
Special Is Thr Worhl.
AI-ToN, olea, Sept. II, H K
IviS, who lives In the Him be! Hill
country north of here, has dcuiou-
This well hullt elght-rnnm modern cN1 i home, flno hkh lot. shade
and fruit trees, "nice lawn, basement ample . l-.M. t nd pantry room, re
ception hall, only 6 blocks (TOM Thlfd BAd Main street west. This prop
erty is being offend Pecans, panic m- saVln niy and Is a rare bar
gain. Can make some terms, iinno liui.- ),, B,,n
E, 45. CTOMII-TOJIIAM
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