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LADIEs SUIT and COAT SALE
We have secured the entire sample stock of the
Palmer and Sunshine coats and suits.
These are the best advertised firms hi the United States. This is an opportunity to secure high
grade coats or suits just at the conienceuient winter for 1-3 Jess than regular price.
These firms manufacture nothing but the highest grades. We have been very fortunate in securing these lines. Aside from these lines
we have purchased from the Jaffras Suit and Coat Company over $10. 000.00 worth of Suits and Coats. These are the very latest style they
are up-to-date in every way and we bought them in audi a way that we can sell them al about one-third less than what you have to pay for
Coats and Suits of this kind. 'G&t&hkAj b
These Coals will be on sale Saturday and all next week. This is a nopporfunity to secure high grade Suits or Coai i just at the com
mencement of winter what you would usually have to pay after the season is over.
We have also secured ior tins sale about J,00 tailored Hats. W e expect to sell more Hats in the next ten days tlun ever before in Tul
a in the same length of time. Vc claim to have the best and most experienced and up-to-date milliners in Oklahoma.
eiow you win una a paitial list ol buits and Mats: v
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LADIES' COATS
Coals woilh $5o.(K) for $35.00
Coals worth jvlo.oo for $29.50
Coals worth $35. oo for $25.00
Coats worth $30.00 for $22.50
Prvil m'mHIi Cts nn Cm- oinnoJ
Coats worth $22.50 for $1-1.98
Coats worth $20.00 for ' $13. 50
Coats worth $l7.5o for SI 1.98
Coats worth $ I 5.oo for ' S.9.98
Coats worth $12. 5o for $.7.98
Coats worth sio.nn fnr r- ok
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LADIES' HATS
I lats worth $35.00 for $24.98
Hats worth $30.00 for $19.98
Hats worth $25.00 for $17.50
Hats worth $20.00 for $16.00
Hats worth $17.50 for $13.98
Hats worth $15.00 for $10.98
Hats worth $12.50 for $.9.98
Hats worth $ 1 0.00 for $ . 7.98
KHats worth $8.00 for $.5.98
I lats worth $0.00 for $ 4.98
Hats wortli $5.00 tor $.3.98
Hats worth SI. 00 for $.2.98
LADIES' SUITS
Suit worth $50.00 for
Suit worth $-10.00 for. .
bint wortli $30.00 for.
Suit worth $U).00 for.
Suit wortli $25.00 for.
Suit worth $22.50 for.
$35.00
$29.50
$25.00
$22.50
$19.98
$ 1 5.00
Suit worth $20.00 for $13. So
HftRLQWS' BROKERAGE00
207 South Main Street
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Tulsa, Oklahoma
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