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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13,1019.
rctu, to return lo work aa soon h
of flilul orders cancelling- the a.rlke
are received. The attitude here kcii
erally la of passive, acceptance of
events.
Telephone bills for Ihe month of
October are now due and mul ba
paid on or before the ISth. South
western Hell Telephone Co. Advl.
Town Talk Millinery
The Largest Exclusive Millinery Store in Oklahoma
Al'ANESE
Mechanical engineer and draughts
mn will develop Invention and
make drawlnKa at rcuvonuhle rales.
J I II., rnro of World. Advt.
G
State Briefs
GUARDSMEN RECEIVE
ORDERSJOGO HOME
lunrtTwri' Wrtkj-r. Will
. , i-.ti. iiNov. 12 The Okla
i'AI' X I puVrJ war ordered
" " , , ll com nilnea In
(,,lahomH i IMlrdenien at
""dU,; I'Vv. w.t ? Wtlburton. Mo
,n Uh.rh wer, order.d lo
nt.rn"ht Ihe men McCurtatn will
A r ly ' ih-lr home.. Company
d ! 5 m-narata battalion, a'a
neV'&urn. to orl.lnu.
4r-.li,rK- r...ld
. ,.,111.(11 we feel aHured the
Ruction i " ""? :rr,!.,1
V. ,,an1 cf Ueneral Itarrett a
"In nT 'l m1y The nlnht ahtft
n:r.t'r..,i iHXt Llaht working- In
. m 'r1"' r,,al n,ln,,r" ftr "
hlXHY, Not. 12 -11. K Kdnwaaon, whtfl
Yiaa bn tn Ihs bmnktiiK biumm at
tnoli, arid lrumrij;ht ha urml an in
lrri ,ti iht 11 1 ib Htai Bank.
ftllOK KN AKflOW Not I 'J l.mrl it
hr-in orrmnird b II I, Johunon. furaitrty i
kof l.iItU Koi k, Ark 1in n ti l.a joined
and 1 olUrrt ar hung ouk'ht
HTKOCP, Not. li Th aorotid rintrirl
tnfi?til ion, Ok la noma t hriatian M matutmr jr
anf.fly adjoarrnd htr ludi after bring Ui
aaaalon lhrc daya. fourtrro con it lie a re
rprar ntd.
CLAKKMIMIK, Not U - Th war da
partmrnt haa ai'prnvrd art aropnatiun (or
liir Oklahoma Military A-drut) , lu aled
here.
IF IT'S AT THE
GRAND
- IT'S GOOD - L
Indian Aid llaptM.
OKI. AHUM I I'lTV, Not. IS -Kit Kar
ron, a blind l'nc Indian, haa plmlgxd
J 500 tin the Haptlal ?.t million rain
paifn Thii ilrdt aa niadn lhruii(b Ilia
Krf. It W Larkry. ol lruairibt.
Calomel is a dangerous drug. It Is
mercury quicksilver; anJ attacks your
bones. Take a dose of nasty calomel to
day and you will feel weak, sick and nau
seated tomorrow. Don't lose a day's
work.
Take "Dodsor's Liver Tone" Instead I
HfPi'i my gnaranteal Ak your
lor a bottU ot Dodaone
y, Ton and take, a apoonful to
MhL U il doein't itarl your lir
tad itriighU" you ri8hi P k,tl,r
Ua ealonifl and without griplnj or
jukiin you lick I want yoo to go
bark to the itort and get your money.
Taka a apoonful of hannleai, Trga
tabla Dodjon'i Lirer Ton tonight and
wajte up feeling great. It'l pel-fectly
harmleia, to g!r it to ybur chilJren
any time. If can't ialirate, to let
tbetn eat anything afterward.
HOW DOCTORS
TREAT COLDS
AND THE FLU
I1rt KU'p In Trentmi-nt It llrl.U
I'vrKfiiWo MHIi ( alotjtlm, Un
1'i rlflisl nihI Hcfliuil nliimcl
ThIiIHk i hat uti Nntimm-
l'"-, N4ifi ai)tl Sun. I
Moclora havTouml hy experience
thnl no tiicilnJiip for onlds and Infill
eni.i can he depeiuleil upon for full
effeitHeiieMi until the liver In made
thoroughly uctlve. That la why Ihe
first Nie) In the treatment In the
new, 1 1 mi Men I eeH calomel unlet called
1'nliitiils, and which are free from
the Hlckenlntf nnd weakenlriR effectn
of the nl I niyle eulnmel. Hoctom nleo
point mil the fact th.it an active llvnr
may Kn h luntf way toward prevent
ing Int luetUii, and l.i one nf the uinxt
Impnrlunt fiictora In enuhllnjr Ihe
pin lent to aiicceenf iilly w lthatmid an
uttii' k Mint ward off pneumonia.
vine Caiotah on the tongue ut bed
time, wlih n. hwuIIiiw of water- that a
all No ft.ilt, no nan mi a nor the
MllKhlem Interference with your eat
Iiik. pleaHiire or work. Next mnrn
ItiK your cold bait vunlehed, your
liver Is active, your eysieni In purl
fed, and you are feelltiK fine, with
a heurly appetite fur breakfant.
IiriiKKlHtK "ell 'aliilaliM only In orlK
lii.il M ah d j hi i' k a k price tlilriy
five centK. Your tniiney will he
heerf illy refunded If you do not
find them delightful. -Advt.
For Thursday and Friday
A Sale of Trimmed Hats
AT
$5.00 and $10.50
We have selected values upAo $lfi..r0 from oiir regular
stock. Mew fall and winter motlels. A large varietu
'to choose from. Large hats, small hats made of silk
Lyons velvet, panne velvet trimmed uifh fur, feathers,
flowers and gold and silver cloth. They are excep
tional values.
Town Talk Millinery
211 South Main
See Window
Announcement
We wish to announce to the latlies of Tulna that
we have cstablwhed for their convenience a
JAPANKSK STORK, which will carry at mod
erate prices a LAUGK SKLRCTION of Fancy Japanese Kimonos, Negligees, Hlousea,
Hose and Silk Undergarmenta.
We are getting in a beautiful line f Chrmtmaa goods. If you are in doubt what
you want to give your friends, call at our Rlore and see the collection and judga
our prices.
We also wish to call the attention of those who are not acquainted with our lino
of Guaranteed Silks. Those that have purchased at our Okmulgee store will find
the same high-class Japanese Goods in our Tulsa store. We are here to please you
and will appreciate a visit. If yoii believe in high-grade qualities, you are a cus
tomer of ours without a doubt.
A. E. ANDEEL :
the JAPANESE STORE
4 Weit Fifth Street, Tula., Okla. The Famous, Okmulfee, OkU.
i I Vv .
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Tremendous demand, inadequate supply, soaring prices those are the
v., salient features that characterize the present situation in
Sfr-rtK'Y yTT7TWT.0 A XTT ITAT TXT HI'I?TO . '
' v I ' . V
Yet we can assure every Curtis Brown customer
who needs a new overcoat this season that this Live Store stands
ready to supply him with one, and to sell it to him at a less
price than the same coat would cost us at today's wholesale prices. We don't know of
another store anywhere that's selling such good coats as low as we are. We don't
'base our prices on "replacement value" the way some do, but on the actual cost to us
under contracts we placed long before prices started on their latest upward swing. As
we bought these coats, so are we selling them, and so shall we continue to sell them, no
matter how high wholesale prices go.
.e-
Silk Lined Coats
Without doubt the most remarka
ble values offered anywhere. Several shades of
oxford gray, with or without velvet collars, full
lined with choicest silk. The $50 grade is the
finest Hockahum the world produces.-
$33, $35, $37 $40 to $50
Fancy Overcoats
Beautiful color effects in browns,
grays, heather mixtures, overplaids, etc. Quar
ter lined with finest silks and satins. The major
ity of them have belts some the half-belt, others
the long, all-around belt.
$37, $47, $57, $67 to $235
For Suits and Overcoats
in a wide variety of all wool fabrics,
tailored into Mid-Winter styles for both
Men and Young Men. Values up to $65
MANHATTAN
Silk and Madraj Shirt
i
Tulsa's Livest Leading Men's Store
PHOENIX
Silk and Wool Hose
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