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SECTION B.
TULSA 1 AILY WOULD, SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 2S, 101P.
V
EXPORTS INCREASED
DURING LAST MONTH
I Ijfiinn Iwiin! ty Ifxirtni.it
VrfllnM show fin-llnr of
July U VfT-i t.
EXCEED 1918 EXPORTS. TOO
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Dress-Up Week Window at the Wmderer Store
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CLOSING-OUT SALE
ON ALL
WARDROBE TRUNKS
Suit. Cases. Hand I.atfs and all Leather
Cloods at special reduced prices.
IVautiful line of Women's Canteens,
Beaded lings-ami Leather Novelties.
Reliable Trunk
Factory
116 East Third, Opposite Hotel Tulsa
Spread the Glorious News
Johnson Brothers Shoe Store threw open the
flood gates yesterday morning at 9 A. M.
Thousands of people attracted by the extraordinary avortisement flocked to the
biff bargain ffusher. With shoes at prohibitive prices it seemed incredible to the
buying public that any firm would inaugurate such a wonderful sale at the very
beginning of the season, when shoe prices were actually advancing every hour.
The skeptics, the doubters and the bargain hunters appeared in force expecting the
usual disappointment, but every single one walked out with a package and a smile
a living, breathing walking advertisement for this great shoe sale. Nobody's
word is as good as your eyes.
Come early expecting the greatest shoe values on earth and you will find that your
40-ccnt dollar has an actual purchasing power of almost 100 cents at Johnson
Brothers.
The Following Prices are Mere Illustrations not Exceptions
LOT ON K About 300 pairs of ladies' hiph Ono lot of children's hoso;
shoos, present retail value up to $10 per pair, value up todOe; sale print, OJk,
On sale Monday morning, while (10 i)Z JJUKKTY JUNIOR. Boys' army shors; all
they la-t at, per pair W.UO ir
LOT TWO-Boys' and misses' pood, durable 15i,ost vaIuo on rar(h at
school shoes. OPT MEN'S tan and Mack straight last kangaroo
Value up to $0 per pair 0060 shoos; CU Oft
V . , , all sizes and all widths tPO.OJ
AT O OCT we offer a fine selection of (Those nrp worth $rj or-vur -rH.n,.y r.'fuiKlf.l.)
p ltJt) (.jU) j(.( honest footwear, in ,,,,WT-r e f , -n i
, ,. , . . i . x. J ,i ABOUT ) pairs of nuns oxfords w i In1
ladies , misses and men s sizes. None worth , . . . ,, ,. , . . f
, ..' c-'m closotl out fol" lt'.-s than than actual co.-t of
1ss than i ... y I ., , .
All go during this big sale at ? t,ft) theleaUur. j
. LADIKS' custom mndt'', hand turnt'd shucs.
00 N'T FAIL to seo our .$.. and $,. ladies sizcS( o,., (() ,,. wi,jthSj .; i(, A
fine dress shoes. '1 heir actual retail value on Nfme VV()rth lt,s . lh.ui or
today's market ranges from $:).7. to $11. o(). a0 p,.jc.0 OO.OtJ
MEN'S solid leather shoes, positively and LAI PES' gray, tan and black shoes in fine
actually worth $10 in anv wholesale house in kid leathers. These shoes are etju.il ami are
the United States. Qll (Jr. guaranteed to sell with the very best ..:,
Our price OU.OJ values on the market today. O 1 i Oft
Sale prici- O 1 l.CVJ
ONE SPECIAL lot of children's school shoes; .,.. c-ni-f-rM at . iw , -i
, . a'..-, r."' LXTBA SI E( IAU Mens Dress Shots;
OurUlal? prife " .W.9D bought at m cents on th- dollar; on sab- M-.n-
1 day; values up to $n.
ONE SPECIAL lot of ladies' hr.se. 1Qr, Ra'o C(i QO 0J
Worth .Tie wholesale; our price .-. 1. pri, Ol.0? O I 'p Oi'.iO
Sale Positively Reopens Monday at 8 A. M.
First 25 people making a purchase of S5.00 or more re
ceive a pair of .SI. .SO tennis shoes free of charge.
Under Searcliing Eyes
Do you ever wince; mwardly ?
116 Soulh Main
One Door
North of
Wonderland Theater
1 1G .South Main
Ono Poor
North of
Wonderland I healer
AN unrprfrc) mming a
-A trry of tyrt tmitri upon
J. V. your face ( m you mrrt
it with comrxwtirt? h ymir lin
Ciwlru ? Grit, love ly in coloring ?
Ot i.i thrrf lotnf Mrmiih tint
iund out inrrcilrmty in your own
cniwciouinMa? Some fault in your
fomplrnon tliat Jyou Ino oJiatnant
ryM muat take notire of?
Tlirre U notlurg tlvat o drnrn)t
a man's or woman'a poiae and arlf
confwtmff a the con inuanru of
complnmo it fault, l.vrn a little
lilrnunh in ome ronspKuoua plare
male you mtierjlily emharrajard.
'ou want to !irinlt intr the hatk
frounit. Vim l'e your rfitifilmrr,
your pairty. Yuur vrry ftr.n!itv t
ilitntnrj jii't wlirn you arr nn"t
anaioua to aj prar at your Irjt.
Vrt t)m fu(Trrin(5 i entirely tier !
Iru. Vi'U liee.l nrvrr he tniwrjl'Ie
ainj torij'ue tied ftotn in.li r!t ron
nutiifie".. Aln-.D't atnntie, l v 'im'lr,
trj; i!jr f fyir tare f tl.r 'I in, ran
f:rr l.rr ntn'rit,n tf ti e t)-(r,u
t't.il "i o-nm."n!y rrur an t'tlirtwi
I r'.y fa r.
iieadf. at ti'h a !i'fyurr.
t-.r:-.!. I nlared t" a i in
tl.at j;et alimy- 'Il.'v tl.iii,;iavii
le t mm ted.
Tie rjre of t!;e r.rw in that it
f fti.tt'jj every i!iv a' i ! l ' m iJ:e$.
( iiif It evrry t yl t xUr tt'l.t Ireivi.ei-.t
f ,1 ) :t J.Hnttijr ti.H.i !e, an. I ai.'n
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tnrtitf tlirr-. tn lonr-J in wrorp in
yrnir ! !rid t'ut aijtl.ootjra on li,
kin now apree tHat in tte great ma-
jofify of rar, theae blemialiea art
caused hy haitena and parasite, that
are rarrted into the pores from eulude,
tlirouph dust and fine particjea in
the air.
at,
Ihrw to rrnwve
shin blemishes
Py using the Woodhury method
of deansitip your skin, you tan free tt
from auh flemishes.
Just hrfore retiring, wash in your
usual wav with warm water and
Woodhury 'a Facial Soap, finishing
with a daili of i old water. 1 lien dtp
tlie tips, of your f.npers in warm
wjtrr and ruh tliem on the cake of
Wtaalhury's utt'tl thry are coveted
with 1 hejvy trrjm like latlier. ('over
ei. h I'lrinuli with a thick out of tins
an. I leave if on fr ten minu'ea.
Tlirtt rinv very carefully wrh clr.-r
h"t H.ltrr, then with i. .Id.
I V this trratmet.' rrpululv and
the I irmidiei. v. ill f r .1 Jual'y iji vippear.
The fimotti tiCiifnn tit for
(n'iiuout tioc J'orc
f).i yi'i I now wli.it it is tin!
cautrs 1 1 hi it n 'e pi trs ?
'I he I tes i f tl.e f i e atr not as
for as fi i tiirr ar's i f the 1 '.y. t 'n
n ir f.viu.'.v tl.ere a: tin tr fat
! e-e, nj there IS
tr pi 'ti
Il.f ' Jfrf. if fv't pn-j-eriy stinu
,'j'r 1 .-.ri 1 -jt f'e fr-ri dirt, oe
t!i-ir . rrt i,,t tr.it t t'prr!) ; th'jf
ii y up ar. 1 letot'ir er.larf'd.
I ry u.Miip thisspenal treatmrnt fur
ci'tupit ut-u tnwe Jxirei, anj iu !r
rnrrit if with tl.e strath', prnerai i.e
of Wontiliiry's I at ul Soap.
V'ring a fc f". ilol'i from vrry , t
'r ii tr, e ,'eti.i..i,
j-!jti Is t!: in e!'-w
i: 'te a, tr. itv t t tl.r ti.res
water, lather it with Woodburjr'l
facial Soap, then hold it to your
face. Whan the heat haa eapamied
the porea, rub in ery gtnily ftfh
lather of Woodbury I. Repeat thi hot
water and lather application ierertl
time, iUfpm t twee if your no
(etU tmttint. Then finiah by rubbing
the note with a pitr of if Alwaya
dry your akin carefully. r
Use thia treatment every night before
retiring, and before long you will
notice how thia gradually reduce the
enlarged porrs until they become in
conspitunua. But do not epect to
change completely in a week condi
tion resulting from long continued
eipuitsre and neglect.
You will find Woodbury Facial
Soap on aale at any drug store or
Milrt p'ukIs counter in the United
.States or Canadj. The booklet con.
tainifig full directions for allthtfamoua
Woodhury treatment! it wrapped
around eat h rake.
Ot a cake today and begin uaing k
tonight. A cent cake last foe
mi.rrhor snwrelu of any one of thaasi
trratments.
Would you like to have
a trial size cake ?
I t.r 6 tenia we will aend you th
trial sie cake (enough for a week of
any Wixx!!ury facial treatment) to
prther with the liooklet of treatmeri'a.
Ot for t rentj we will aend you the
trra'mrnt txollet and aamplr of
Wundl'urv'a Facial Soap. Tanal Tow
ihr. Fat i d Grim and Cold Cjr'am.
Ad !rr Ilie Andrew J",-em Co ,
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