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TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, lp20
MORE THAN FIFTY
HAVE "FLU" HERE
Epidemic Raging Over U.
S. Grows Menacing in
Theaters Aro to Ho Disin
fected Each Week DurinR
Epidemic in HU.Lc.
Continued Increase. In the mini
bcr of cjunti of Influmwi la alarm
ing oltr lionltli aulhorltls and 2R
houses 1 1 ml been iuanuillnod 7m
lerday evening by tin city health
dopartmcut. Morn Uun 80 fMM of
tlio "flu" worn umlur ooro of phy
cilclatm, Anil nn atlilltlonal number
if cases not reported to the health
nothnrltlcs woro believed to b un
der Dm into of dootoiH wli hud
fallril to report tho fart to the city
KumlKntloM of theaters onro a
week will begin over Ulo state tit
ntiro, under onlorn of th slate
hi-tilth csimlndrjilonor, A. It. Iewl
Tho fumigation of puhtln ploirs In
Tulsa will bo comlucloil ly tli.i rJty
health doparUnont weekly luriii
ttie opIdMnla The. notlro Iraiue 1 from
tho ntato health ohlnf follows
Oklahoma rity, Ukltu.
Jan. 24, 1320.
To tlio mnnagorti and operitf-n
of alt plrturn shows, plavlioiiK
and theaters operating within tlio
ntato of Oklahoma:
"It having appeared to inn, tlio
tmdarnlgnod health officer, that
thrrn extoia through tho ntato of
Oklahoma a contaglouii and Infor
llous illsoano, known an tho 'flu,'
or Rpnnlsh Influenza, uml for tlio
prencrvatlon of puhllo lioatth. It
In necowiary to tako precautions
against tlio namo.
"It In hereby ordered that all
plcturo nhowH, playhouses and
thcatorn tako tho noccsnary stops
lo see that their places aro prop
erly ventllalnd at all times, that
they might not ho oviirorowdod
and that Maid planes ho thorough
ly fumigated nt leant onro each
"All Inspectors of tho frtalo
health department and all couity
and city health office hnvn been
ItiNtmctod U BCD that tho nhovn
order is strictly compiled with,
"Kalluro of tlio nbcavo montlonod
place to Comply with thin order
will ncrnnsltnto tho cloning of their
Tdacns of hunlnctui.
"Tho aliovo order to tako effect
"Witness whereof, I havs hero
ttntd not my hand tills 2Uh day of
"A. IU T.lttVIH,
"State. Health OoinniJimlonor."
In addition to tho Influnnza un
covered by city health Inspectors
yostorday, two houses wcro quaran
tined on account of dypthcrla and
two on account of chlckunpox.
ICiDrrliMiml In Oil Iliwlncss.
Tor tho first tlmo In several woeka
tlio federal-state nmployment sorvlce
report that It ran supply a first -
elam stenographer and a hnokkoopor
uoxn women experienced In nil
business. It la hard for tho Imrenii
to find tho claim of holp that U
versed In tho oil business because
or good salaries that encourage those
employed lo stick to their John, nc-
coruiug 10 employment oinnaix,
RcpublicaiH Club in
Precinct 2!l Formed
to Hell) the Parlu
At a meeting of tlio citizen of
precinct No. 23 Hunday afternoon
utepn wero tnlitm lo ori?anlo a re
piihllcnti rluh which proiioitefi to
moke Hn Influence felt In the re
habilitation of tho republican
party In tho coming campaign Tlio
mooting; wkh called lo order by If.
A. (Iiioxn and f I, (labo wan elect
ed temporary chairman mid J. II
Oarretl temporary neeretary. A
liuinbor of enthtmlaatli: upeerhrn
were made, nd the following
oxacutlve rommltten whm appointed
lo perfect the organization: A. K
1'hlllliMi, O. W. flurlny. Dr. A. J.
Whitley, John Vaiiliti, II. O. Ab
bott, ,1. I.. (Irer ninl Theoihjro
The execiitlyn cominltleo wnn
aiitliorleii in tnke up the matter
nt HHiablUhlnc a ropublloiiii paper
In 'I' ulna
Thonn preaent at Din nieetln
ww II A. (in nw, I' I' flabe, A.
I Phillip. O. W. (lurley, Dr. A.
.1. Whitley. John VaiiKhna. 11. C).
Abbott. J. i. tlreer, Theodore
ItaiiKliman. M. Iliienoll, rrofewir
Itiirr, II U Cox, Mr. Hmllh, C. V
(labn, Jr.. ltarney Cltinver, Jim
Chorry, I-e Mrdrenory. Mr. Dour
lan, 1M YnuiiRnr aul othera.
The nnxt. meellni? will bo held
Krlday nlKht. .lanuury SO, nt Wen
Iny chapel, M. 12. rhurah, corner of
I'jHHton and l'ruiikf ort.
iNiini'ciicn Very Actlr.
A number of houin mlmloiiM will
bIhwIIv be re tlillnlnl in lantern Ok
Inlinina by the Nartirene rliun h. nr
rordmK lo Mini Annabel Ijullmer.
who returned yeitord iy from the dm
trim convention of llui Ntmm'iio
church held In lumtnl MImh liitl
mer acliil iui Holoiitt during the con
vrirCton and gave a talk on church
mimic The convention, which wan
In wicdon five layn, wnn attended
liy 7 ft imntorn
Dinner lit never n dull
affair If then) nr
fliiwcm on Dm bill of
faro. That tintcr plini
of bbwMMlin IiIiIh IhiDi
tho ImMchn unit Imt
guiYitn, mkUh tlm family
and their rriruiU to lio
JujoilH. Hero you lll
find tlmlojoiii array of
all cut floncrH, croulug
fcriii it n i blooming
plant. They aro priced
VERDICT FOR $10,000
Cardinal OH Compnny Wlai Suit for
DlllllllgfM AgllllHl I ; "MTllllM-ll On
(iniiind of llnikcii t'ontnii t.
Verdlet for 10.000 In favor of the
plaintiff wan roturnod by tho Jury
In dlntrlct court No. 1 before which
company nKnlnnt O. K Kveetilmcli
who on trial Monday and Tuendnv
irie ur'i.ioil wan liroilglll r me
nlnlntlff on the allcuallonn that Die
defendant had filled in kern
ngreeiiien io li-IM 'n ml ind n
r,' j: on ic i-ii in nee'ionn 2J, 2K
ni 'I ' tow i." i. ii I) ml go 1G, Tulna
f Oil f i j
Tim pe li inn allrgert that Kyeen
Imi ti. aft"r ciniractliig to develop
iilie prnpei tinH owned by the plain
tiff, refueed to curry out bin flgreo
tnerit. DiimiKM of J 10.000 were
nnked f,r f.nlnre to perform tho
eon-tract a. mi tI6.A00 for low of rov
cnuen fronwtho Inmtn.
Sooner Slmpn lilt hv lire.
NOII.MAN, Jim 7 Mm nilppna.
eilly Hitting from defectli, wiring
in 'he tuifi'inent. dnmagwl tho Hooner
on p 'o tin- ixtint of 11.500 here
rim ahop t IoiiIikI near tho Untvcr
of i ik i.i h.iriii riinpun unci lian
ilii 'ii,l,-nf tii p ft ' ,-
i Newest wJ&S
I Grocery pt
"The Store With
516 South Main
6 lbs. Sugar
10 lbs. Sujpxr ....
JHOk b !
l'lour. P. I', 24 lbs.
18 lba. I I. Klour
2 rana corn
" cms No. 2 Tomatoes
Cliam & tSanborn'H Hc.it
Itrand, 65c, KQn
for ..... t)OL
Oolden Uato, 65o gj.
White House, BCc.
Do I.ux Coffee. GSc, gg
Maxwell lloune, 65c, f"0
Alton 30 Coffeo, If).,
0c, for ZiOC
These are brands of coffeo
that will please you.
Mrs. Iiwls' home made cakes,
always fresh, and thy taste
Wo buy tho best monoy con
buy and roll an cheap us possible.
Chuck roast from tho QO
bent beef, pound .... jUjC
Hhort Cut Hleok.
I'uro I'ork Hausngn,
homo made, pound ..
Ham Kluinks to boll
wllh c&bbago, pound
eon, Swift's 1'romJum or
Wilson always Iho ("P
bout, by slab or '.i slab DDL
pound . .
Compound, tho beat, Qflrt
S'o haM 1'lno Orovo froah
eggs. Always sold In u carton
ThU w our long suit, i:vry.
thliur the market affords nnd
always frosh and crisp.
Wo havo some new white
California Honey, M r
llrlng your pall and got it full
of Iteal lleo Honey.
WI11JX YOU Til IMC or KOMKI'lllXfi TO IWT
JUST Til INK Ol'
L. D. BEAVERS, Mgr.
Order your supply- of
now. You want especial
ly fine flour for your
baking, and Mint's
ilMPCRlALT 3v nwtrlmitrd by Oil City Floor
" Z Company
20 1 IsU
Phono O. &A3S
was a common occurrence until scales super
There's nothing definite in estimating quan
tity, and mpdern ideas demand reliable
In our business we don't guess.
That our Leff ingwcll Carton Eggs are strictly
fresh. That Golden Gate and Sanborn's Coffee
are the best that money can buy and that wc
handle the best meat in our market that can be
had. You must be pleased or your money re
funded. . "
that RYZON, the perfect baking powder, is
packed in full lG-ounce pound tins, and we
don't continue lo recommend an old kind in
smaller packages at a higher price.
ItYZON'S superiority, reliability, efficiency
and purity have made it the carefully selected
baking powder for hundreds of tho leading
hotels, restaurants and institutions in the
United States, which require the best to be
We guarantee it to our customers.
Tho pound size is only 45 cents.
Also, in 25c and 15c sizes.
Every size is worth more than its price.
510 South Main
f Place WhcrcWtt
w Ym v;ii w,tm
. ALL OVER THE WORLD
Specials for Todajv and Thursday
lurgo bottlo . . .
per package Oil
llrookflcld i'ork Saus. QOn
age. per llb. carton.. Out
Hwlffs condonte.l Chill, nr
per lb. carton St)V
lliitahera selected cimlU'd
per doren ......
Tall Hebe, OKri'l
S for aOC I
10c packngo . . . ,
Hale's Leader Milk, irft
tall slue, each ...XOCt
Hale's leader Milk, J- rrii
tall, per doi:. cuis. . tpJL 4 J
Old Master Coffee, rr
per lb 00 L
Amblan Hamiuat, Java inu
Mocha Coffeo, CQn
per lb ,JloC
Monarch Coffee, CCT
l'"olgvr's Goldon Oato, fJO
per lb ... .UJls
rr-rr- r r- g5n -o
A Number of "Specials" Featured for Wednesday
Wool Snugglers, Slip-on Sweaters
Special, "f FA
Shown In white, trimmed with pink or blue, wd a few in
attractive colors; to close out the remainder, which regularly
sold for very much more, wo will offer them today special
Sleeveless Slip-on Sweaters
Made with round nnd V-necks; all-wool, but comfortable,
light weight; shown In all regular sizes and many desirable
colors. These garments aro exceptional values at today's spe
Knee length; made of beautiful quality
black satin and trimmed with shirring;
offered In mlsncs and women's sizes,
Kprclul at 4. SO.
Today, X. XtJ
Camisoles ' leely mndo of navy blue crepe
de chine and satin In slip-over and front
fastening styles; tailored styles with rib
White Wash Middies
Special, - Qpf
Joday, X mUtf
lies of twill and galatea, long
sleeves nnd big collars; lace and slip
over stylos; slightly' soiled; broken sizes,
f! to 13.
Fourth, rloor '
TO-lnAII I. Inca Table Dam
an k In pretty pa Iter tin, good
quality. Yard, S rTfT
special dt I O
7. In. Ih-Mt Quality All-lilncn
Table HaiiiaHk In pretty pat
terns. Yard, A nt
0 1 -III. Itcndy-.MilVlo Table
Cloth In good quality In
striped or checked patterns.
72-III. Table flotlm In excel
lent quality heavy weight;
pretty new patterns. J ff
Ilach, special ft.UU
White Goods "Specials"
10. In, Nurses' I.lncn In good
quality; closely wov- rft.,
en. Special OUC
SO-ln. lilcai'hcd Muslin, good
quality; full bleach. OrTJ,
SO. In. Hindi Ootli for kid
dles' cloth In good fK
ntlality. Special YIOKj
30. In. I'lne Sheer Dress
Voiles In white, timid and
stripes; soft fin
nii-ln. Shirting Madras: all
white; best quality. fctZn
HpeoI.it :.. UOK
lO.Vd: HoltH of Iiongrlntli In
good quality; 30 Ins., O r7C
wide. Special Ml I tJ,
10-Yd. Holts of Nainsook In
flno quality; very sheer nnd
chamois finish; 45 n Qp
ins, wide. Special.. Ut0
30-lti. fico Vnllo In pretty
new patterns and good QQ
82iOI Spn-mli; scalloped, rut
corners; flno qtial- r np
lty. Special Q.VQ
"H88 Sdilloix-d, Cut Corner
Hod Spreads in me- Q HA
dlum weight. Special, O.UU
I8-In. I'nblcaclied Half.
Ilncn Crush Toweling In,
heavy quality, nr
lluck Towels In
weight and Bizo.
-New Colored Wash Fabrics-
17 Inches wide; all nW pat
terns In fast-colored pretty
plaids. Tlio yard,
30 Inches wido and an excel
lent showing of now spring
32 Inches wldo; nt colors In
plain, cheeks and stripes; for
kiddies clothes. ft
Yard ,.. OUC
Sorpcntlno Kimono Crepe In
protty new patterns; 32 Inch
es wide. Yard, (-Q
We Must Tell You About These New Curtain Nets
This sprint? will see Curtain Nets more
popular thnn ever before; this wo predict
from the present early demand. This is
especially true in filet and amerex weaves.
Fine Filet Nets 3.00
Ileal closely woven Nets, 45 Inches wide; tho most
satisfactory wearing Not obtolnablo; in small, neat
patterns; launder nicely and look pretty; in ivory
and KgypUan. Priced 3.00 tho yard.
Wc have just opned up new Curtain Nets
that offer wide range in satisfactory selec
tion. They are ploasinp; to look at, good in
quality and priced reasonably.
Swiss Nets 2.50
Swiss woven Nets In unusually desirable patterns an
quality; soverul styles to select from; make very ef
fective curtains and launder splendidly. Flno valuo
at 2.E0 the yard.
Lace Nets, 1.50
Largo and small patterns, and cliplco
three colors in several desirable pat
terns. Priced 1.50 per yard.
Curtain Nets at 59c
30 Inch filet Nets that make neat cur
tains nt low cost; white, Ivory or ecru;
several patterns for choice.
' Pretty Nets, 1.00
Choice of seven different, pleasing pat
terns in sntall or laro figures; 45 Inches
wide; In ivory or ecru.
Curtain Nets at 50c
Surprisingly good looking Nets in white,
Ivory and corn and from 30 to 36 Inches
wide; launder 'wall,
Nets at 69c Yard
A filet wven Net, strongly, firmly wov
en for durable curtains; 40 inches wide;
shown in ivory and ecru.
Panel Nets, 4.00 to 7.50
7 and 9-Inch panels, 2 5$ yards long, for
odd size windows; a pleating soIccUon of
i mium i ii miin i i mi inn it ii hi iniiT
Fifth and Main St.
Phone G060 :
We quote no former
or comparative prices
in our advertising.
Wc let you bo the
judge of values.
V ! 1 lf lfur
Thousands of othera have gotten rid of theirs WITH
OUT DIETING OR EXERCISING often at the rate
of oyer a pound a day and WITHOUT PAYMENT
tuxtil reduction has taken place.
I m a licensed practising phyticUn tnd pcTSonallr tdect tht
treatment (or each indlridual cue, thus enabling ine to ciiooia
ranctHrj that will produce not only a lots of weight harmleuly,
but which will also relieTe you of all the troublesome symptom of
OTcntoutneM rock as shortness of breath, pal pi. at Ion, indigestion,
rbcumatuan, gout, asthma, sidaey trouble and rarfanu other aCBo
ttoni which often accompany OTcntoutiKaa.
My treatment will rrfleTe that depreated, tired, sleepy fecllni
girlng you renewed energy and rbjor, a result of Uie loo of your
' u are not rrrprired to chanjre fa the rilghtert from yrnir
regular mode of llrlng. There la no dieting or nerdiing. It U
simple, easy and plcoxint to take. ,
If yon are orrrftotit do not postpone but sit clown right now
nd send for my KREE TUIAL TREATMENT and my plan
whereby I can to be PAID ONLY AJTKU REDUCTION HAS
TAIUS PLMiM M ffM M
. a. vnrVAX jsi rtrm-A.c. k u cut, I
Kladly Mad m mr
tbiax. nuumm CU4
jjT a Ts oj
Under a Stetson
-The now spring Stetsons are a reve
lation for style. Hat men say they
-won't sell in this western country
because they are narrow brims, but
arly indications already show
that they are mistaken. Good dre-
-era "switched" to the wide brim
cral years ago just because it
style and this year they will swing
back for the same reason. Heather,
brown and dark pearl are the color.
$8 and $10
WE HAVE SUGAR
21 EAST FIRST STREET
DR. R. NEWMAJT j
280 MfUi Avrn New York, N. Y. j
Desk C-3ia. j
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