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Tulsa daily world. [volume] (Tulsa, Indian Territory [Okla.]) 1905-1919, November 29, 1918, Image 3

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City Briefs
EU I AHMIIIK of Oilton, poli
tician, newspaper mun and good fel
ine wa in fulBa yesterday on bunl
ct I'a'np I'lhe. Ark., in putting In a
fivp.ilay furlough visiting homo folks
in TuW. j
X CAULK yeiiterdny from Rergeant
Clarence Wynne, Co. C, 315 engi
neer, a "n of Mr. .and Mm. R. W.
Wynne, tlO North Cheyenne, ay
thai he Is we" and happy, lie Is In
Fiance. J
TI'Vn.R ISRAKT. will hold a
fuciul Hanunan service at 8 ociock
nharp In 'he superior courtroom
irrond floor of the courthoimo, Sixth
,nj south Boulder. All, irrespective
of membership or church affiliation,
are coriilally invited to attend.
Urn'l w!" K've a children's enter
tainment followed by a dance next
WeJnesJTy nifcht, December 4, in the
y,ki' hail. The entertainment will
be of Urn nature of a llanukith fm
Ivul. j
BANK CLEARINGS the week end.
Ing November 27, 1918. amounted to
.8s2.0fi.6 1. The corresponding
week l' 1317 they ran to 15,848,
I fiM.j. This is a rain of 17 per cent,
which amounts, in cash, to (1,033,
:ii.04. M C. UAKHEIt of Knld. B. A.
riai-ber. It. S. Ooode and Ous Ebert
of Uarbtr, Ok la., were In Tulsa yes
terday on buslncsH. Judge Oarber
li a pioneer Oklahotnan and has
been honored many times in his
county with public office. He was
at one time county judge.
TuIm man, died yesterday at Spo
kane, Waxh., according to word
w.red the Tulsa P. B. O. Elks. He
was a member of the local lodge and
formerly was employed at the Baker
drug store. His family reside at
Whlteaboro, Texas.
HON. PAT M ALLOY of Tulsa has
been selected to maite the memorial
aiMreN Sunday to Oklahoma City
Elks when they gather In their an
nual memorial services In honor of
the deceased brothers. Mr. Malloy
Is one of the big speakers of the
state and his talent is best when
paying tribute to the memory of
members of the B. P. O. E.
I. It. M'COLLUM, representing
the Lucy Manufacturing company,
left last night for Chattanooga.
Tenn., en route east, and he will
shortly embark for Europe, where
he will represer that company in
Rumania. He go to Washing
ton, where he will ask for passports
for himself and party. C. M. Guess,
who came here from California,
after being in Russia for a year. Is
one of the Lucey representatives.
Declares Tanlac Best Recon
structive Tonic for In
fluenza Patients.
The following letter from Dr. J.
W. Sandlln, one of the most promi
nent physicians of southern Texas,
rua just bten received at the Tanlac
office and gives indisputable evi
dence as to the value of Tanlac as a
reconstiuctlve tonic for persons who
are recuperating from the after ef
fects of Spanish influenza. His let
ter to. lows:
"Ilumblo, Texas, Nov. 5, 1918.
"Dear sir:
"Just a few lines In reference to
Tanlac. I have found your picpara
tion to be a wonderful reconstructive
tonic, and In my opinion it has no
plual In its line. 1 have found It to
be the best tonic to be hail to build
up my puticntM who have had Spanish
influenza. 1 have treated within the
tal month about 1,400 cases, and
have never been able to get suffici
'nt Tanlac to suply our people.
"Yours very truly,
"Signed: )K. J. W. SA.VDLIN."
or. hamllln not only enjoys ft very
a:ge practice as a physician, but ho
in also a man of wide influence and i
rnks as a leading citizen of the en-J
tTiTising huio Cty of Humble, '
As a practicing physician of 16
years' experience, lr. Sandlln was.
luirk to recognize the superior tonic
properties of Tuniac over other rem.
edicn and unhesitatingly and volun
tarily gave Tanlac his unqualified
Although the Influenza epidemic
" greutiy'subslded It is still preva
lent, and is breaking out anew In
many sections of the country, and
continue, t0 claim ItH victims by the
Persons who have had Influenza
are oftentimes left In a very weak
ened, run down condition and unless
lie greatent care Is Mken. both us to
habits and diet, seiious complica
tions ar apt to follow. Persons who
nave had It are more apt than ever
to have it the second time. If you
are In this condlion nothing on earth
build you up and strengthen you
IJKe Tanlac, which contains the most
powerful tonic properties known to
A.s a reconstructive tonic, and
""! builder It Is without an equal
n,l contains the very elements
needed by the system to restore you
10 your normal strength and weight.
Hst of all, Tanlnc begins Its ae
on by crearlng a good healthy appe
tite fur wholesome, nourishing food,
"nd assists the vital organs which
ve been weakened by the dlsen.se
o perform their natural functions,
'nuB helping to build up health and
,lr;nBth In the natural way.
This statement Is easily proven by
" ruct that Tanlac is now having
n greatest sale of any system tonic
" the history of medicine. In less
nan four years' time over ten mil
'lon bottles have been sold and the
uemand Is constantly Increasing.
L connection with the Tuniac
ment it is necessary to keep the
oowels open by taking Tanlac Iax
!"' ,e Tablets, samples of which are
,nri fled with every bottle of Tanlac.
Maniac Is sold in Tulsa bv Quaker
"rug Company, puritan Drug Com
ny and by the leading druggists
'"practically every city, town and
""ago In America.
A Purchase in This Store Makes an
Ideal Christmas Gift
tier iift ic i ii idb Ma iuirm
A Purchase In This Store Makes an
Ideal Christmas Gift
All during the month we have been getting ready for this sale and now are prepared to make
it the most remarkable we have held this season, in quality and quantity of the
merchandise itself and the low prices at which it is offered.
Every Garment in Seidenbach's Reduced & and lA OFF THE REGULAR PRICES
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Every Suit In Seidenbach's
Reduced for This Sale
$39.75 and $35.00 Women's and Misses' Serge Suits $19.75
$39.73 Women's and Misses' Suits of Wool Poplin $25.00
$45.00 Suits of Velour, Gabardine, Serge and Silvertones $29.75
$45.00 Women's and Misses' Suits, fancy models, fur trimmed. . $29.75
$65.00 Suits of Silvertone, Velour, Hudson seal trimmed $35.00
$55.00 Suits of Duvet de Laine, fancy lined, fur trimmed $35.00
$59.50 Suits of Fossman Hoffman Tricotine, custom tailored . . . $35.00
$65.00 Women and Misses' Suits of Velour de Laine $39.75
$75.00 Suits, one-of-a-kind models, fancy or tailored $45.00
$89.50 Suits of Silvertones, Duotones; the newest arrivals $49.75
$98.50 to $125 Suits of every new and wanted material; fur trim'd 59.50
$125 to $139.50 Suits, including imported models $65.00
Every Coat In Seidenbach's
Reduced for This Sale
$25.00 and $29.75 Women's and Misses' Coats in Gabardine $15.00
$29.75 Coats in plain and fancy models of Poplin $15.00
$39.75 - $35.00 Women's and Misses' Coats, fancy lined Velour. . $19.75
$39.75 Coats in all the newest colorings of Duvet de Laine $19.75
$39.75 guaranteed Salts' seal plush Coats, satin lined $19.75
$45.00 Coats of Silvertones, Duotones, plushes, velours, fancy lined $23.95
$45.00 Coats of Kersey, Broadcloths, Crystals and Pom Poms. . . . $25.00
$49.50 Coats, exceptionally' well tailored, beautifully lined $29.75
$59.50 Coats of Velour du Nord, Duvets and Bolivias $35.00
$69.50 Coats of Silver-tipped Evora Crystals, beautifully fur trim'd $39.75
$85.00 and $95.00 Coats, luxuriously trimmed in rare furs $45.00
$89.50 and $98.50 Coats and Manteaux, exceptional models.... $49.75
Every Dress In Seidenbach's
Reduced for This Sale
$15.00 and $19.75 Dresses of Satin or Taffeta; Georgette sleeves $ 9.95
$19.75 Women's and Misses' Dresses of Serge and Satin $12.75
$25 and $29.75 Dresses of Wool Jersey, Satins, Serges, Taffetas. . $13.95
$29.75 Dresses in a great variety of Serges, Jerseys and Satins $15.00
$39.75 Better Dresses of Jersey Satins and Serges $19.75
$45.00 Handsome Gowns of Tricollets, Georgettes and Serges . . . $25.00
$55.00 Dresses of exquisitely embroidered Jersey $35.00
$55.00 Dresses of newest materials, fringe trimmed $35.00
$59.50 Exclusive Models of Velvet Dresses $35.00
$65.00 One-of-a-kind Models of handsomely Tailored Dresses. . . $39.75
$85.00 Dresses of Imperial Satin, cut steel bead trimmings $45.00
$95.00 Best Dresses of Satin, Jersey and Velvet $45.00
Every Waist In Seidenbach's
Reduced for This Sale
$1.95 and $2.45 Blouses of Voile, slightly soiled 69c
$1.95 and $2.45 Blouses of beautifully embroidered Voiles $1.00
$2.95 and $3.95 Blouses of heavy Japanese silk, tailored models. . $1.95
$3.95 Blouses of Cobwebby Alencon Lace over Chiffon $1.95
$5.00 Blouses of Crepe de Chine in tailored models $2.95
$5.00 Blouses of Satin Stripe Tub Silks t, $2.95
$5.95 Crepe Georgette Blouses; most unusual at this price $3.95
$5.95 Blouses of hand embroidered crepe de chine $3.95
$5.95 Blouses of Beaded Crepe Georgette in all suit shades $3.95
$7.95 Blouses of Pussy Willow, Georgettes, Crepe de Chines $5.00
$15.00 Blouses of heavy Crepe Georgettes, unusual models $7.95
$19.75 Imported French Blouses, in all shades and fabrics $10.00
After Thanksgiving Sale!3
$3 03
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