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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1020.
FIRMS NU I KAibtu
Public Service Corpora-
tion ia u',u
lU Valuations for Oils in
'Storage ahoijiu iUl
sh' wtvie. corporation in the
1 ' . . Ilratinn for tlio
MBIH OS J r -
fM plot) .' Improvement as
aT bce rna.u. V? them.
. 4 ), Mt nement
i 5? 44' 137 for all hn conrpa-
Govern will increase this 16
to !0 P' " ' . ..u, triar was
. WtrrJl'Z. tr-nt bv the board a
ri'J Ami tho work couia Doner
T(Jr tof taction mirpoi. with Ujo
JSS) V'u om "- tho tlmo In
tt n II till '- nn
... inTi',rA nr. .a wuui.
r nt.iuih rnrninr PUiLtir ui mio
, now a resident ot jmisiioKco,
... mdMata for congress In
. ji.t.i.l tulm v.nr Ttnnll
iSe Eeconu oiv"" --
-At tha raco ivro yc.irtj u-"u -
ee county of Congressman vv .
mnn. wntipa o-viiiu . .i
This year It la cxpecien uiai
th republican volo will Do rar in
excess of that cast in tlio lout dec-
. i .u- nmiAt editor Will
Uon una uiu iY
MUSKtVlt.'rV Inn IS M ....... l.
11. Kito today culled a tqtcutid flee
tlon for Pabruary 2 1 for tho pur
potw f voting upon tho propositi
managerial form of government for
MUskoKro. -. ...
HUU'HUn, jftn, 2s. W. It. Krlir,
prvRkltMit ot tho Krit-r nyittllcalt
whioh owns tho lli;ht, loo nnnl power
plaiilM hero, died early today, usod
TS. Ho i survived by wivoti 0n
und o iltuislitcr.
) WOMEN SUBJECT
TO U. S. TAXES
Cuts and Sores
PEOl'LH who have used
White Clovcrino Salve
tor twenty-fh-e years aro
Tfry cnthuaiastlo concern
ing its prompt action in
healing cuts and sorea.
All you ncod do h cleanso
the affected parts with
warm water, to prevent
Infection and then rub
on White Cloverlne Salve.
It is highly recommended
for Iiurns, riles. Tetter,
Eczema, V'lcers, Dandruff,
Sunburn, Catarrh, Chafes,
Ivy Poisoning, Roro
Throat, Chapped Hands
and I.ipa, eic.
All druggists ncll Whito
Cloerlno fcao. Should you
have any trouble In obtain
ing It. howovor. lust Rend
!Ic to us and wo will mall
NTJWKtlUf, .Inn. 2S. nio caso of
the Kaglo Aircraft oomniny of Okla
homa eity, ohm-Kod with fraud In
the mlt of mock tn tho oomjuny,
wan dlwmlssod in Uio dlHlriut court
hi-ro ttHl.iy uti nKTeomoiit by tlio
ootniHUiy to pay 25 cents on tho dol
lar to all Inventors.
OTCIMIIOMA C1TV, Jan. 28.
Collins 'IHJlr'. iiopro, ocrnvtotcd on a
charuo of murdering J. II. Williams,
a street air conductor, and mmi-
trmrwl t. lid ti ......I..-.
tkiry. tolay was refused a new trial
li tho district -ourt. Nodco of ap
peal to tho crimlmil court of apinxils
was nlvon by TIllry'H attornejw.
MUSKOOBH. Jan. 28. Tlio ma
jority of tho Indian children In the
Armstrong academy whlsh was do
utroyed by flro last week, will bo
traroiferreit to tho Indian kc)ho1 ut
ChUocco, according to Indian Super
intendent A. S. Wyly. Tlio remain
der will bu sent to Jonos academy.
Thcro wero 9S ntudents enrolled on
tli dato of Uio fire.
OKJiAIIOMA OITV. .Inn. A
o.hnTter was granted to tho Automo
bile UeaJora fumuhulon of Okmul
gee, with a capital of $2,500. The
Incorporators aro X. It (Jill, Clay C.
rsmirn ma cnnrien w. FroneJi, nil nt
Okmulgee. Also a charter was
BTantod to tho 1'ennock Oil company
of Iolawaro, incurimratcil for Jl,
000,000. Tho incorpor.vtom aro It. J.
Parker flird Arthur W. liritton, .Sam
uel II. Howard, iuul ti. amith. .Vow
AJIDMOIIK. Okla.. Jan. 28. Aft
er cutting a holo In tlio screen and
window pane- burgku- chloroformed
J. A. Kendall aird family hero last
niglft by thriiitlng a. Hpongo natu
ratod with tlio anaesthetic into
their bedroom hen tho victims
wero thoroughly under 'he Influence
of tho drug a nyHtrni.i'jC ransack of
tho premlsw was made A purse
containing T150 was removal, from
tieneath Kendall's pillow
i M LI 9L1
H. illlt -I T J
TV)rtwo generations tha
suffering women of Ameri
ca, particularly of tlio South
liao found relief from
"woman's Ills" through tho
famous prescription of a
famous old Southern doctor
Women know when they
need a remedy for weakness
and misery In body and
mind. Mothers know that
their young daughters, at
lie critical age. need a
larmlcss regulator and a
RTKI.1.A VITAT3 supplies
this need. Sold by your
I ran cheerfully rreftmmm.I
jnur STKI.IA VITAIJ. llctirj I
uieil it I tiiilcred with painful
IK-riotii, mnrro bictnrtio and
ralnf acron my aUiomrn. I do
IJcd to try vo.ir STI.IXA
MTAK. and now all tlie palm and
acliea have dluppeanil, and I nt
lonirer fear mv tnonthlv pcrloda."
lira bora LIJkju, Ark.
Thacher Medicine Co.
ChatLaiioosa.Tenn. U.S. A
1: W 1 ,
m mtw iff tir'
I API nDAIIOUT
naa hue He Was In and
How He Got Out by
nOIMND. Tex. Mr. j. N. Mes.
no lives a short distance from
out in tho country, says:
Wlck-Draught is without doubt tho
liver m I no made, t rtn nut
!"l't to j u..., ,. ,,
1 lm r- , and healthy, but we
r,'4 a i o ft(tV0 mprtipin- ....
""" ii,j Illack-Draught Is
. " ,nou fr me. It does Uie
flt !) a- i , .cans the liver, car
S " ' the easiest of any
1 h"0 over seen.
0n. Born v( ;lrH T .,
,r 04 my ftomaeh n. In t.,.i
' l!a !; Draunht nvn m ..
. . ... ,v-
,A a mo a wondorful
" CUrCl mo Of lndienatlnn
w bad .
.. - CLlllK. X
" for rnv hmiin .v.... i.
r.. ' d.ua, linn inn i, cmr..
'iHjr t, .1. . .
-..JJ nn ,1 la nnt t
"itch in time saves ninB
u, . .n'"3 caused by a had
mil ' "fs of niack-Draught
.'"'t, ana I don't si wh
.."" use lt. and tho ,i.i
3il I14.I llJ
CAN BE MADE WHITE,
SOFT AND YOUTHFUL
By the Use of BLACK and
WHITE Beauty Treatment.
r.fery woman viahea to appear beautiful.
The aarace maiden tatloes ber akin, fixes
ring In her not and uaea other crude
ornaments to make herself more attractlre.
An example of preaentday beauty among;
eitlllted women Is a aoft, velvety ekln and
i radiant complexion.
To improve your complexion, yon should
not use anything that hides yonr atiol,
pimpll. hlotchv sVln. Such applications
last only a few hours, ao, aro injurious to
tb delicate akin tissuo in many cases.
Yon can make )eur complexion beautiful
by removing the, faded, dark, aaltow. blotchy
akin with the I1LACK and WHITE Ileauty
Treatment which consists of a creamy oint
ment and soap. This beauty treatment
will not lnjulre the skin and ia easy to ap
ply. Ilefore retirlnr you thorouehfy
eleinse the skin with llt.Ai'K and W1I1TW
Koan: then inn and apply BLACK and
WI1ITK Ointment according lo directions.
Tho ULAC'K and WII1TB iicauty Treat
ment will also remove pimplei, sun freck
les, insect bites skin blotrhcs, liver tpnta
and other unsightly blemishes of tho skin.
Ileinember that the 1)1 ACK and WHITE
lieauty Treatment ia different from otr.er
cosmetics In thst It removes ies not cover
of hide the blemish".
You can buy lli.ACK and WIIITK Oint
ment and Poau at all nnl drug stores (or
2e ttrh a package or the manufacturers
will tend both postpaid on receipts of 60c
You can set a free aample literature and
a ll'.ACK and WHITE birthday and Dream
Hook If you will clip an,i mail thia ad
vcr laement to lli.ACK and WHITE, Box
913, Memphis, Tenn
Many of tho Fair Sex
Got Big Wage During
OKLAHOMA CITY, Jan. 28
Women who had Incomes during
1910 aro subject lo all provisions of
the federal tax, according to Hubert
I.. Holen, collector of Internal rovo
nue. Ho believes the high wages nnd
salaries received by women last year
will double tho numlier required to
filo returns this year,
A public school teacher, or city,
town, county or slate employe Is not
taxed on salary or wage. If tho tnx
nbln Income from other sources wns
sufficient to como within tho defini
tions of Uio law, a return must bo
An unmarried woman, widow or
married woman who Is living apart
from her husband nmst file a return
if her not Incnmo for 1919 was JI.000
or over. Holen says. If sho Is the
head of o. family sho may claim ex
emption upon an additional J1.000
and $200 for each person for whom
sho Is chlnf support.
Ordinarily a husband and wife filo
a Joint return. If a husband does not
lncludo his wife's Income, sho must
filo a return Keparato returns aro re
MUlred If either bad an Income, ex
Muiikogcc Puts Han
on Kissing in Help
Bailie Against Flu
Uj Asmirlale.1 I'rew Slate Wire.
Ml'.HKOOKK, Okla., Jan. 2S.
Kissing, shaklnf- hands und Indis
criminate spitting uro undor ban
by tho city with tho possibility
of tho outbreak of an Influenza
epidemic. Mayor Kite has hjnuod
tho order against klsxlng, and
proposes to regulate theaters and
other public galherlng places If
tho number of eases sIiowh signs
While few cae.es no fnr have
been reported, physicians are urg
ing that all precautions bn taken
against spreading the disease.
Afternoon Tea Will
Be Served to Fair
Voters at Muskogee
lly Associated l'rnw State Wire.
Ml'HKOClHH. Jan. US. The
"afternoon tea" tins taken Its
placo In Muskogee polities by the
sldo of the "evening smoker."
Itopublleitn County t'halrmnn
Myron While todav inirl an in
tntlon to "the republican wives of
democrats and Who demoerntlo
wives of republican" to meet at
an Informal "afternoon ten," on
Friday, January 30, to ttlscusri po
"The meotlnr." Mr. White said,
"will bo purely educational." lie
frenhments will bo sen fit during
2 MACHINE GUN COMPANIES
(Jcnornl Itnrtvlt Announces forma
tion ot fulls at Capital,
lly Atf.wUlcl I'roaa Hlslo Wire.
OKI.Alhi.MA CITY. Jan. 28.
Oklahoma s two machine gun com
panies, both of which nro located
hero, nro now- In a position lo innko
quick time should there bo any need
for their presence, as two automo
bile busses, iiaeh holding 12 men,
have arrived for the machine gun
battalion. Adjutant Oeneral Harrett
announced today. Ho sold these
busses can make 60 miles an hour If
Two motor ambulances for tho
sanitary detachments of tho Hecond
und Third Infantry regiments aro
hero and will be turned over to tho
OKLAHOMA CITY, Jan. 28.
Wenilall Johnston, an employe of
tho Htato land office, former soldier
of the first division nnd former
vlco president of tho Young Men's
Democratic club In tho old flfnh
oongressionnl district, announced
today his candidacy for president of
tho Oklahoma league of Young
Men's Democratic oltilnt to bo elect
ed at the convention Vobnury 21
tit l'onca City.
You can buy a fine gas range nt
linymoml & Coleman's, 123 Kant teo
ond, during the special nale at US,
filO value. Advt.
WAKING UP TULSA
Real Estate Men Plan a
Canvas of Entire City
in Near Future.
l.i nr et r I t' i'
ar.t i s I , . 1
petsir s Klu pi
Ro the i itMi-
us s.K n . s a fi w
u It 11 Ic f 1 .
' In rcf i i; In
i . . it . . 1 Vi.i it 1 i e i
i i i i i 'i thn nt nl y
ug 'it Jo. Mi l rl i, ip re
' 1 a' 1 ,n i r i i of Ome. i
oilier M nt'l" 'i ti i it i '.'tis wi' I tali i n l.-inu I e i urn.i i ! umrn' t nmn
of it und ilie inforniiition will be to.lnv 'mi it a .ipitu i i. itimi of J i.oOO.
forlheomttiK without fill Iber trouble , .
'Hie Stning Wltlislaiiil the Winter
(Villi IUMIit 'Minn the
('Id piM.iilo who ti i o fe. I', and
pie wlio -ire . (k, mil
"Osago 09317 I'ul these two names
down for the official cwnsiis, plense,"
sitld a voice over the telephone to
the office of 11. llee (Itithrny, of
ficial secretary of the census lakers
In Tulsa yesterday. "I huvo a bet up
that Tulsa's population will corns
nnnrer I" the 100.000 murk than It
does lo tho 75,000 mark, and I don't
want to lose," thn video continued.
Public splrMod HI Urn ale taking
an added Interest lit the official
census and Hie cainwlgn of publicity
to get every name In Tulsa on the
list Is continuing unabated Hundreds
of persons call Osnge (193 1 during
business hours and report their
onumnrHtlon dally. Much Impurltim e
Is attached to tint population ns it f-;
being officially recorded by tin. gov
eminent and too Hindi cannot lie
done by snv ptnu in tli" cnv
cnutnorntnr sssnrt, tn aid In ibe
Every teal estalo man in Tulsa,
may close his place of business one
day lo XI week and pill lids i n in of
flco force on a cntwin of the i lly
to sMHist the goernmetit emitm i.itor
In their niipniently only partialis
siircestiful i IIoiIk to get a ri-iiri si ma
tlvn omitni riiMon The pln now be
lug worked out by J. II Miller nt .1
other prominent real t-state men wil,
be presenled to the real estate ex
chnngo at lis next regular meeting
Meantime n corps of stenngi aphers
and pmolloally every IiusIihhm man In
tho city continue with untiring efforts
tho organized cnmpalgn now tiring
carried on by tint committee of which
Kugeno I.orton Is chairman With the
printed blanks appearing In The
World dally, and thn telephone nl
wnys at hand, numerous persons, i
numbering moro than d.ooii, have
been found tn Tulsa, who have not
jet seen an enumerator.
Warrants for the arrest of nil per ,
sons who refuse to rIvo the required;
Information uro about lo be Issue.) '
according tn the consilH offlclnls. It
'A weniHti tame up lo the census
office eslerday," said II. lists lluth
rey, official ensiis secretary, last
night. "She filled out the blank wllh
out heailtHllon until sho Came to the i youniter
question of 'sex' nnd then she hesi -
talod a moment When I looked '" I A tr C.
the lilonk aftor slut bad gone It said' fS IV 1 OF
'shn' was her sex."
"Olio ttiHii mid me when I nsked
him wherit his parents were bin n
that he did not know'." said mi
ouumcrHtor yesterdsv. "f st.irird to
fill In (he space on the ciuisun hi ml.
when bo asked: 'What are sou p r
ting down?' 'I am plittlnx down
1 till litl I II1K. i Will Olio, ifi.i ui' no . a a . n .
mediately gavo the Informal mn I Al . A lA W "f1
which Iim trlinl to danlllin srlvlnsr In V)ftJVflI'
Hlmtjnr Incidents ere numerous In
tho Tulsa I'ttumerallnii.
1'IVIC MILLION IT U
USKD IT LAST YIi-AI4
m r o ,
fill-merit of Ntnln Otgiuilre
Spr, vtl Ui The World.
mKI.AHuMA CITY, Jan :'8
N'earlv cteiy day sees a group
fanners from some part of i'ul
honia applv tin: for a charter t,. o
Head or clicst
nro liest trcatcil
All Mmtrr Mftsoui mnt t Masonic
Friday, J:3() P.M.
To attend thn fnneral of (lordon I),
Catenn, member of Delta bodge (113
. I', A. M
IIOWAUD 0 KAUFMAN, W. M.
CREDIT MEANS TRUST
When a bank lends money it
sells credit that means it trusts
the persons to whom the credit
or money is given, and has con
fidence in their ability and wil
lingness to pay back the mon
ey borrowed at the time agreed
The Exchange National Bank
,is in reality a merchant, and
money or credit is its stock in
Its principal function is to help
the worthy man or woman so
that their business will become
more prosperous and more
firmly established and the com
munity as a whole benefitted.
Exchange National of Tulsa
Affiliated With the Exchange Trust Co.
SlsnJsrit c ' I lemedy for 73 ytsre
in lanirt iinv sale, sure, no
itlatelteke tip a cold in 24
licitts- irlltvrs ttn lit 3 ilays
Money txik II It (alls. The
genuine lot nss a km
tup wiiii Mr. inn
At All Drug .Sf.r.e
bo s'rencthci.cd and rna led ( go
'hroilgh tho cold w a'lur hy t iking
(tHOVI.r. TA-TMLl t f nl TOM!,
win. h Is Blmply IKON and .Jl'tMNIJ
suspended In srup. So ple.tant
even children llko It. You sn s 0ll
feel lis Hlrpngthenlng, Invigorating"
Kffert. l'rlco f,0c.Advt
f r n (icrfeet Marcel wuvi nnd
.irn ue Ilalr Dress.
V'setich Henna In all shsdes.
V send hair goods out of
H'vvn on approval: aiso fin
tn ill erilern for llalr Dyes nnd
l'mino Amerlisui Toilet goods,
N. Y. Hair Shop
.Hl S. .Mnlii Tlilrit floor
. .f r' " :vBt).
ffmV. -rrr?.'! . 1 ' 1, T-m" "TiruBaafflLTllHirTaiMn
Made by Swcct-Orr & Co.
Cotton Mixed Shirts
$5 and $(
All Wool Shirts
$0.50 and $7.50
All Wool Shirts
$8.50 and $!)
All Wool Shirts
Colors Light and Dark Crag, Blue,
Oxford and Khaki
Sizes Wi to 20
The Live Men's Store
from headaches, nervous
ness, indigestion and
sleeplessness, which for
mer tea and coffee
drinkers experience after
a change from tea or cof
"There's a Reason"
Made by Postum Cereal Co.
What n v,.i .. . ..
Aft v.. . ii wuuiu oe.