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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1920.
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SENT LETTERS HOME
4 tin in ITia Tn-
diana Home for Christmas,
Man Urged "Kcunion."
Willis Shoemaker, 62 years old,
who has been miming sltico tho fall
of 1S8 from hw homo In CJonova,
.-j ....... k,i in Tulsa, or olfu has
been hen- ' wording to his nephew.
Hobert oifiidonnlng, aent hero by
anxious rc;aie iu "
mii&iK man. Letters dated "Til sn.
OKU which havo been received
tV ently from tlionilwitnK man say-
Ine tnu ne mm
ih. ...r, iipr arnJ bv UostofflC
Jilic, n -.. .
Urkfl to nao ueun iiirtmu umv.
Fj before Christmas, Shoemaker
tfi declared to have sent a cameo
- .... irivii pr ironi i.onc
ltNvch Oal. Ti n presents, It was a
erltd, were mailed to u niece, who
vol In tho postofflce
at (JeneU. Oilier letters from tho
inlsMng man wero mallei! from
Id homl, a.. and Davenport, Iowa,
th- U-tt. r being dated Decem
ber 11, and affirmed that Hhoemnkor
vould ue mime i iiriuiiuj. umn
Lfc'tera have also been received from
fho missing man saying that ho was
cnmln back to his old home again
and for tho family to have u big
reunion at that time Hut nn yet.
the missing man has not appeared
there and tho reunion which was
gathered for his homecoming was
ft?! M. need. Sin South Guthrie
resident of Tulsa for some time,
l enusln of Shoemaker, and was
Srmirlv a resident of Oenovu, Ind.
iKis fir. neither Mr. Olenftennlng nor
Mr. need havu been ablo to find any
trace of their relative In Tuls.i. al
though U Is declared, ho may bo
known to those connectod with tho
oil business here.
Mr. Shoemaker, tho missing man,
Is believed to be about C foet, ti
Inches In hefghth. und rather dark
complexloncd. Ills mysterious dis
appearance 30 years ago created lu
tenso Interest In tho section of In
diana where ho had made his home,
and now that It is known that ho
Is allvo and nppirently well, but
ottll nh.anttf liltnwnlf. ht rilm nr.
i ferns an element of mystery' Hard to
Tathom, relatives say.
Just, before his disappearance,
Shoemaker was married. Since the
recent letters havo been received,
relatives have como to the conclu
sion that Shoemaker has not heard
from either his wlfo or any other
members of tho family. Hoth his
father and mother havo died dur
ing his abjencc. Oiher relatives
also have died, of which Shoemaker
evidently knows nothing.
Some of tho letters received from
the missing man are hardly legible,
while others are signed "Willis," the
flrt name of tho missing man. The
rerlcs of missives which havo re
cently revived Interest In tho miss
lnr man bwran TlPMimhur 1. wlicn
R niece received a package from i
lng Beach, Cal., which was marked ,
tTOm a cousin. 34 rourth street.
Utters sent to that address were
l uiwered with the assertion that the
InB .mining man would return to
the missing man at Davenport, Iowa,
which was followed on December 11
with another from Klchmond, Va
Another letter which was addressed
to tho mliwlig man nt Tulsa, and
this address had been marked out.
tho nddrors "Will's Shoemaker,
Uoneva, lnd.," Inning finally
brought tho letter to luiixtlvcs at
, I'ostofflce experts wcro asked how
tho Icttor was readdresscd and It
was brought out that tho loiter had
never boon to tho postofflce In Tul
M, but evidently had been mnrknd
by the person who mailed It. Mean
time, the cousin, Ilohcrt Olrnden
nlng and other relatives nre search
ing this nnd other cities In nn effort
to find further trace of the 'Juan
who linn absented himself for 30
years and seem to bo as far from
finding him ns ever.
TAKES BIG START
Wlt'hltn Attorney Comes Here.
W. It. '.. Gorman, for three years
chief counselor for tho federal land
Permits for $40,000
New Work Aro
If yesterday tho first day of the
year In tho city building Inspector's
office Is to ! an uverago for tho
entlro 3C5, Tul.v Is i-nterlng on an
other record breaking )ear In build
ing. Thomas Clark, city building In
spector. Issued a total of almost
40,000 woith of building permits
yesterday, which If that record Is
maintained all year would mean u
.,.,!. . m.ii.i. t. I. "uuiiing program or over in.noi).-
' , "V, , "'" 000, Which Is about 5.000.000 lunro
Tulsa Immediately to mako his homo than tho piesent high water mark
Mis North l.lwood
i at J ll.i imi'ii ilk Mm
"r which u permit was Issued yes-w-duj
In tbrt valuation of 'ho resi
dence l lnrludod a 600 garage,
1 Other permits luucd during tho
day aro as follows: John Ilrown,
tS.OOO for remodeling l.yrlc theater
at Mrst nnd Mnln; John llarretl.
1,000 risldonco at Clnclniintl and
Latimer; J. D. M.-mn, two 12,600
resiliences on Kxcter avenue; IJoyd
I . Hair, $00 garago and sor
vants iiuarters at 1 HID Newport,
Mrs. Molly Alexander, r.00 nltora
Ions at HIS Kouili Detroit; It. V.
Schoflold. JiOO alterations in res
muratit at M I 'j West b'lrst; It. I..
MlnnM. 1 1,800 ilHollliig house at
-fi3r K.ist I'ederal; A. (1. t'.irnahau,
MOO gnragn at US South Itonldnr.
J. I'ayne. 1600 garage at 421 North
Santa IV; P. Li llrumbeig, threo
resldetires.and garages, 55.300 eii'-ll.
one at Uos North Denver and two
In licitiibamp addlt.m, l'lltenger
.HI J I'l.ibti J 3 r.00 reside lift, at U S
by Anderson iHiiuth Koekford. I, D UekrnU
first structure , 4.00o lesidenco In (Irandvlow place I
Auto TlilitrM (Jn to )Unitilgcs
Iliirl II. Shnw tiiid James 1! I'ayne,
who were arrested here last Wednes
day night ultli a five-passenger au
tomobile, the buck seat nl which was
full of new nlitomohlle tiles, went
taken to Okmulgeo osterday Ok
mulgee authorities reported Hint the
automobile had been stolen nnd that
two other automobiles had been
stripped of tires by the men.
Robert A. M. lllrney
1'unernl Director. I'hone (86-1J1.
012 .South Main Advt
here He has accepted a position with UsfnhlMicd by 1H19
the V. O, Skclly Oil rompany. I A $!i 000 r.sdem
nee to be built nt
Peel Off The Old Skin;
Bring Out the New
Too How tint buifith that nnddy, ottf
t4 er VnUh tomplnlon you haye a iVio
tbit'i tlfir, toft and whlto. If you could
only lat, thli more bnutlful iVln eipoitd
to ile InitMd of lt horrid olfi skin jou
jow tnho'.d n your alrrorj you ean and
OJ ler; almple, hrmlen procesa which
yoo cm hi roiriflf Ort aa ounce of com.
ea BmollMd wai at your drurrijt'a and
li CTiaia. ttli , thla Hlnt of It
S7 -Tt" To"""" mornlne wah it
. .up will couin
7 witb th. wax, w,t thla dally until
;""", kln has been ab
. Then yon II ha a loreller, halthler
.-...r --..o,vn inia yon now in nir
rfmored with th, ,n lnlf.Adtt.
WHEN YOUR COM
TO FADE WITH AGE
You Can Preserve That Clear,
Smooth Tint of
By the Occasional Use of
the BLACK and WITITE
b'm looia that
th..' "V. "'"" t"l the roi. urn .ki.h
few ","7 ' ,nch "uIt, " OBir .
JwUMlhl? S:"8 H't.!, Tre.lm.ntl
tll,k,(, "'. tr.""1 " both '
'it. "nh M..2" "''l. you b.th.
nH nJ.:i..n' Ointment and vnhoil in.
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Beautify Your Hair
Girls ! Why not have beautiful hair? Bepin today
to use Newbro's Herpicidoland
see how quickly tho improve
Attractive women every
where depend upon
Jfeiubro's Ti erpf ctde
so why not you?
Nature lavishes upon tho
young her beauties of hair,
teeth and complexion, yet how
few strive to retain them?
Beauty of the huir can be
retained or regained, with
Herpicide. Thousands testify
to this fact
It is no experiment
The results havebeen proven.
Neglect is tho great hair
First comes dandruff, later
falling hair, and then unsight
liness, ever increasing.
The pure grain alcohol con
tained in Herpicide insures
antiseptic and medicinal values
necessary to a healthy scalp and
At Drug and Dept. Stores
Applications at Barber Shops.
Sand 10c In coin or (tamp, foraunpls
and InUreiting booklet on Tha Cans
of tho Hair." Addre.t: Dept. 183 A.
The Herpicide Co, Detroit, Mich.
Softens tlio Skin
III health compi-lU me to Nell
my RrouitiB Itimiianco btitineim.
Western ltiire.ui .nency. Rood
btiMtii'Ni, brlKht future, ll-nrw-nh
and offlcn eiiulpment bar
rraln at 1 3,1,00.
W. H. PARTIN
The Well Dressed Man
is the man who keeps "I ah"
on this store for Style and
Yes, they all conic to this store for the
newest in Suits and Overcoats, every
conceivable style und color, the finest
of quality and artistic tailoring in
such well known makes as
GRIFFIN AND L. GRIEF
newest modes in a variety
. Reduced Prices on All Women's
Suits, Dresses, Coats, Furs g
. i and Skirls
l f mm Pf 8
styles in hats for men and young men.
All tho leathers and styles nnd widths In Packard and Howard
" & Fouler Shoes
EMERY GUARANTEED SHIRTS
Toy Your Attention Is Directed to
S 11 1 fi'titt o
Special Saturday Offer
of Women's Fine Coats, Suits and Dresses
CLEAR OUT, CLEAR OUT REGARDLESS OF COST THEY MUST GO
Every Heavy Coat, Suit and Dress, fur trimmed, and trimmed with self materials, must be cleared out regard
less of cost. We are overstocked with the higher priced class of women's apparel. Every one of these prices is
bona fide the chance every woman has been watching for is now here.
55Uuats bULoats i)Loats
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All other heavy and fur trimmed coats and suits priced
at same huge reductions.
$30 SUITS $65 SUITS $85 SUITS
$35 Dresses $45 Dresses $65 Dresses
.Above Prices are for Saturday Selling Only '
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The section of Blouses, on Third Floor, is offering for
your approval, the unrestricted choice of the entire
stock at a uniform reduction of 20. (
Those of our customers who arc in the store today will
bo rarely pleased with this distribution of modish
blouses, that is if they can use more of those famous
models for which this blouse section is so well known.
In the collection will be found many style effects in col
lars, sleeves and fronts, including tho Balkan Blouse
effects which will be so popular the coming season.
All Materials, Sizes and Colors
The regular prices range from .$6.50 and up to $65.00.
The sale prices which are intended to disperse the line3
20 Lesjs than Regular S
0 p. 111.
0 p. m.
I'rppald on all
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1 SPRING LIFE I.
I ASK YOl'Jl 1 1
Knurs U n. ni. (o 0 p. m.
14y2 East Third Street
Telephone Onikb 0372
WE ARE NOW LOCATED IN OUR
1 03-5 W. Second St.
onk itMicic noiitii or rosToi'ricj:
Battery Service Company
Colds and Sore
ness in the Chest
122 South Main-
First Door North from Second
Incorno and Kxcess 1'roflt Taxes rnunt bo reported noon. Do ynur
books Klve you tho information you need? Wo not only hamllo
tux prnblemB but will keep or luprrvlan your recordi so that they
will meet requirements. Start 1320 right!
CARL L. RICE
Ccntlflfd rubllo Accountant
517 KBNNBDY lllUa,
I'hoiiL-H: Ccdur 207, Owikh 0077
Kubbinp tho affected
parts with lUilano gives
instant relief in all
cases. When your back
is sore or you have acute
neuritis, pour a little in
the palm of your hand
and rub the affected
parts thoroughly. This
soothes, penetrates and
For Sale at All Druggists