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SOCIHTY WOMEN'S CLUBS
TULSA, OKLAHOMA, SUNDAY, KKHRUAKY 15, I!)li0.
Nickel Still Has Some Power
Left, the Purchaser Learns
Pc,"8r""ViMi 011 1 BAPTIST TEACHER
Itreet Car Still a
PENCILS STILL CHEAP
Ten Cent Store Ceases to
Carry Hems Cos tint? but
A11 Departments of Bible
! Work Will Be Taught
rlckf! fill li.iM mine pen In
Tutsi- I" "'"a 1,10 P"l',,,jr ifr
Hit the ft1" 01,1 five-cent plcco Ik
-IMdeJ for tho muwim, there nro
mil t thinwt that It ran put
oter In it"" puriftinnlnc lino. After
a careful sunry 11 win fiunil tlmt
lhe felloe, mit articles could .bo pur
thaed for h nickel:
street oix ride ilt proem any
wa'y seat cannot nlit)n bo Riiur
rleed -that' sonicthlnc Unit even
mono) c"'t buy. It lakoa a pretty
oman'rt fao '""l 11 Pa,r "c n-PPoal-Irg
(j fM m buy a eat In a crow dud
"a psVai!" f chowiiifr miti . Ild
joy ever stop in realize whot a b.n -rln
thw is? HtatlstlcH compiled bv
, hrgi eliewhiR Kum iniinufm-tiirrr
ioievr UihI the nvor.iBC Mlrlt of riiiii
tin be chewed for one hour nnd 30
minute before Ih flavor elves out
Multiply 'Inn number by flee mid
joii will find lh.it you ciin pel even
iml a half bourn worth of onjoy
mnt from a nickel Invested In cum
In otlirr words a ntokol cm supply
j stenosraphrr with Rum for a
ho!e working lay.
Will Purchase: ISOO Pins.
, A paprr of pins. When an article
iJu less, 1t Isn't worth a row of
'Irui Well a nickel Isn't valueless
ktlnfi worth 10 rov of pins. Inci
dentally thcro arc 30 plrw In a row,
nanlnf? that a nickel can pin tip
your garment In 300 different
A pick of hairpins. A puck of
hilrpliiH contains an average of
about three doisoii fairly strong pins.
hlch cannot only pin tin jour own
rron of Klory, but all hucIi uo
cpemrles b ruts, bwitribcr, and puffs
cfr the ears.
A If .id pencil. Hid you over stop
to rstlmato the number of words
tSat ran be urltton with n mclo
pfnejl? I'ld 7iii over consider the
rumjL'fr of hand a pencil pnwes
firqush after boln& borrowed for .1
moment from Its orlRiniil purchaser?
Insure this up and m for yourtulf
'that a nlekel can do?
A rup of coffee In some restaur
ants Is s'dl f ceut.. Consli'or the
number of crulns'of siisnr and mole
cule, ot milk on ono stncle cup of
enfffp tn Kay nntlilnc of the coffee.
A handkerchief. Wo d' n't ven
tjm to fctaic the material or tho dl
r.ienlons of said ban Jkcrchlcf
Three ppn polnH. A pen bolnff
mljrhtlcr than n sword, think how
mlht Is the nickel thu: can buy
ItccsilU I'nst San.
ne jian "p don't ine.m an -ir-iliiwry
water tumbler: but t.-,n
rItwH of a thimble eapacltv fa.r.
Imagine what theyaro Rood for, tint
S"m of n.j- n!,i citizen- lnvi it tha' I
'Mh Rlash.". played a v-'r;.' active I
put once upon a time. M f,,ct tho I
'ev tlRht of these thimble captu'it
cbmen hrlnp tearrt to manv an old I
mans ee. ,nd just think, they
tn be hud at all mores for a nickel.
. half loaf of bread. You buy
t whole lo,if for a dltne but v'hr,
ran prove that tho nickel Isn't buy
in? hair of ii ?
Oh! yes if all this flcurlnc Clvoa
'O'j a headache you can kc. vo
splrtn tables for a n'Mel.
if tnrrc Ih anylhlntr cl-o you can
S t fiT a ft ckcl klnd'v let us knoiv
'tnti. di-.ai, because tho niolol
n rruv .r,,inceJ) ItH ilnclaration uf
"nrpeniienoe, consequently po it,!
'"" miown uiiu an nicninora or,
'tie coin family arc' boni freo and
TJal and that tho nickel Is ablo to
Sht Ita ba-ttlcs without tho aid of
,n penny- -in (several tiiManccs.
Wiow tho roII, to Mrcf.
Mcmhers of tho executive commlt
' vr the Mlfmotirl society will meet
the offlco of I'OBler N. Hums.
J midcnt, at x o'clock .Monday eve
nS tor the purpose of ocleotlnjr two
"I'EJtrs io hrrve on the business
committee for tho puriioho of
;.M,'nff cti'llilateH for the non
""iMa Independent ticket to entr-i
'"'municipal elections In tho sprlw;
"Teachlns Suinlai xoliool Irju-nois
Iww t" leaoh. ' lll be the purpi'HO
of iho foui lb annual twisticr' train
Ins; i-otirftr at the Vim H.iptiitt
ohureh, IVnirtli and Cincinnati, Peli
ruary 12-27, in ooidliiK t H- ,-H"
nady, thiilrinaii of tho pnt;nim
ctininilttco. InHtj-unlion will be itlvcn
in all (U'liiirtiiiwitn of liblo wtiool
fliuwon -1I be held in tho oic
nliiR and preiedod by a lmmhoon ni
ii ;!0 o'clock in the church bawMnrnt
Supper will be Hcrvnd on Mojidm
eeniiiB by ladles of tho Mrnl H.iP
I'm church, mi Tuesday evening la
dies ot tho NofTHles Avenue IJaptlst
church, on Wodnewlay cvenlnif iv
wimieti from tho Immnnuel It,iiitii
oilmen, iiihI on ThurwlRy evunitiK
by women from the Went Tuhu llap
The clKht different c.lanMOM will b'
held in diffeiont iooiiin in the
oliiirch. Tlirro Will bo tiro claiw
rliiiU. cicli t;, minutiKi l"HK, and
Keparatod by a rciioihI npnojulily and
Iwturc for all niiirinlii in thu main
Itoth wit-of-lowji and Tuli iuen
and yjinicn will kIvo thn counicH.
Tho flret and wn-ond dlviion of n
ti'tiohern' tralnlnif book, "t'otivoii
tiun manual," will be taught by .Mm.
II. I AtkliiH, financial eorotary of
the KirHt Ituptim chin uli of TuIhi.
Tho third illusion of 't'olivonlioii
tiuiniial" and Hlblo Htudy will bo
tauKht by Ke-. S . A. Tixld, pantiir
of thu Noffales Avenue UaptlBt
church. "Winning tho Christ" In
tho course to bo fiivon by Hov. V.
S. Wiley ot -Muskogee, from tho
Btato Ilaptlst Sunday nuhool bo;irl.
Kev. ('. I'". Kiler of tho Iminaniiul
HaptlKt dhurch of this city, will offer
a courdo on "What Uapllnta I'c
llove." The other courscn offorcd will bo
"RttlldinB tho Hlblo 1'l.u.s," by
Harry I.. StrlcM.unl uf Tennee,, ,i
member nf the Sunday m'hool board,
"The Seven fiWH of Teaching." b
Dr. J. A lioliiierw, prcaldent of the
Oklahoma Ilaptlst unlvertlty at
Shawnee, (ihla.; "T.iIkH to tho Train
ing t'l,i.," by K. M. W'lel of the Kirm
Ilaptlst church of this city, and
"I'I.uih and HroKtams." bj Miss
llstlo DuprPH, woman worker for the
Delaware llaptlut .i.oclatton
Teachi'rs from all the HaplUt
churchcH hi Tulsa and vlclnltv arc
invited to the school. I laminations
will be held on the concludlnn da
and certificates iixeu to Ihisi who
p.uw at a publlo exerotsc e'rldaj
evoninK. l'ubruary 27, by Jov. N.
W'. Aloorer, state superjiitendeiit of
Ilaptlst Sunday school nnd It. V.
I'. U. work In Oklahoma.
women" tour "state
Y. V. ('. A. Workers 'I'raicl
'Ihrongli OMalioma for l'or
, rlmi Ucirare.
Mrs ICatherino W'illanl Kddj find
MIsh Joppphiiip A Itrown, who pre
sented the foreign advance proKram
of the V W. f. A. in Tulsa tin- first
part of this week, are now on a
speakinc tour of Oklahoma, necord
liid to news received at the local as
sociation. Mis. llddy Is executive of
thn foreign departmentif the Y. V.
and Miss lirown is clfreetor of the
educational and .flnap'o campalKti
now bolnr; lurried on In the huuUi
wost field, which Includea Oklahoma,
KarwaH and New .Mexico.
No peneral can vans for money Is
being made. In the campaign, but it In
hopod that peoplo may beconio so
well Informed on tho purpose nnd
work that a largo number of sub
scriptions mnyho given to extend the
ae.tlvlllOH of tho organization in foi -elirn
"Heading tho campaign In Okla
homa as Hlatc halrrnan is Mix.
Ocorso KreIeriekson of OkUihonia
City. Sllsrt Urown h.w with her as
special workers In Oklahoma Miss
Tll)lo Ktrk and Miss Anita Ilenkel.
Mrs. John D. Uoekcfeller Jr. of New
York Is chairman of the national
committee directing the campaign,
Boys and Girls
Dr. Chas. E. Barker
Apostle of Health and Happiness, at the
Tigert Memorial Church
501 North Main St.
1 1 o'CIock Today
Under Auspices of
International Rotary Clubs
Quick, Watson, the
A'tirrfc; Hero's Wan
to (id Mail Dclivcru 1
Postal sfrMre n la Uui'lcou
Are oit having trouble gotiing
uiir null prompts .'
Vell, it will not do nn g')d to
"tiish' the pottmsnter general or
Jim Cnttohfliild. One of the "col i
oroi) gents' of the city h.w dli-
overoil a solullou to tho dlff.
Yesterday the negro in quwllon j
appoared nt the offlm of a pronit
nient lical nhywlrlan with an
order Jjo had received tjint day to
appear there to ho uxamlnoil for
ROMviiuiuxill war reaiinionitlon
"Why, this order wan mnJlol
to )un a month ao. Why tlldn't
Jou rweJve It? Have m been In
the city all of the tim?" aked
"iw, sir.' replied the mitro,
"but I txnibln't got no mall till 1
wont to work for the jioslofflcc
ANOTHER BANK IS
AIDING THE BOYS
Kirst National, Down at
Bixby, Pays for CJilts
Having succewfully placed '.'0 he.lil
of fine I nini'--.lcr.v gilts with iii.mii
Iiers of the pig clubs, John S M.i
lorn', county farm agent, did not lei
up until he had s'curcd a similar
number of I'olaiidV China gilis foi
other bojs In the county who did
not like the ii-d liog.
Ho aniiounces (bat A. C Wise
president of tip, l.tr-t Natlon.it nana
or tlKb. flnanoe, the aequlsltnu. of
20 fine I'liland China glltd for boy
.1. A. Itlook, with the (Iklnhoina I.n
lock Improvemea t asoclatloii in
Oklalionia Cll, agisted Mr. M.i'oi.e
In the negotiations.
In addition to tho SO, I.cwih Clitic,
county clerk, purchased three gibs
for his sons, and C.eorge Abdo, living
four inilos KouthcaAt of Tulsa has
Junt bought two I'oland China sows
for J0tl. Mr. Alalo ulso breeds
1'croheron Iuii-bob mill Ilolsteln cat
tic. The Kectiritv stlntn Imnli nf ihlu
city, through Major Ava .1. Nile and
' mines w. Itrewer, were responsible
for tho placing of the Dunn- plgb in
Itecrull- I'ltiin Oklahoma Vsslgne,!
to Historic CnmiiiniiiR
('Klahoina now has a certain or fi
nlto pari of iho icgul.ir army w bloh
she lan call "her own.'' This con
sists of the following icglments.
1. -'Sr, lnr.intr it)l. II. A. i:.i
ton commanding- in a part of the
second iIivIhIdii and Js now at
Camp Trai Is, Ti xas.
2. 1 till fai.iln -'ol. it. ,.
Hrown cumniandltii:- Is now at
l'oi l S un Houston Texas.
3. 15th FleU Artillery Col
It. Imvis i ilium, inning Is now at
'amp Travis, Texas, and Ix a part
of the second divisb n.
I. 2nd Kngineois -Colonel Kd
gr:nn commanding Is pan of
the second division and in now at
i ''imp Trai l", Texas.
I'lieso regiments weje allocated to
"klahomn for rccrvltliig piii'po.tos
Willi their perroniK'i cnniposid of
fikliihnma men, unite n.iturn,llv the
people of the stale will begin to got
Interested hi then- regiments And will
wunt to know where tne are and
wlmt they are doinfr. This show
hrlng the people and army in ebuer
toiu.li with eacli otjier. C r.nl u. 1 1 .
they will look upon these reginienii
is Oklahoma's "own" tliey maj
even call Ihem tho Oklahoma "wain
p.is cats" they ore all ijulto famoiia
regmicntn. too, by tho way. Inci
dentally three of these regiments
wore an Indian bend in the war.
FATHER AND SON
WEEK IS NOW ON
Apostle of Health to Di
rect Campaign in This
CHURCHES WILL AID
Seventeen of the Secular In
stitutions Provide Special
Plans hip all completed f.'i "i'
' nbwrvHnoo of national I'sther and
I Son week, which brgiiiN In tin or
I today. CotiitnltteeM in 17 eh'iichos f
' the city hale arranged events for the
fathers nnd sons In their rotigrrmi
1' is laid thai In one ptftPo. h m
obln I" piesint tn an aililli m e ,i
roinprehrtisiio dlsciintiiKii or lie.ilt.'i
problems and rule which If foi
lowed will revohitlonte the phnical
iiiiiihiiaii (1f wM,re In his andlein e
Ho ,- h rminnlfeil siitlui lU in
he-iltti. who has the glf- if onndeiw
Hit Into one lecture , ciy v .ill
range of information
Hi Parker will 'pciK ,ti i i.iet I
lug for women and girls at the V W.
C A on Monday evening On
Wednctolnj he will talk to the mem
bers f ii,,. Tulsa Itolarv cioli ,nl
on bVidav noon wdll spesk to the em
ploies of the Cosden plan' at West
Til In lie Is also Hohidiilr.l fin so.
oral ..i the fulhri and inn no men
In all. ! IWrkrt will peak I"
, three meoiinKc for parents, two
nine tings tor tiign scnooi nos ai.u
girls, two oil In club hineheoii. one
meeting for nil Ihe women of the
i'll. nop mooting of Indiistrln pbiiit
einphivpo two father and son boll-
inlets. two eliurih sei loos, cue
luncheon tor men In business, unit
lone mass tneellug Heieiileen Tulsa
i linn hs Inrbidlnir two nojrn
loburohos. will hue father an. I soil
1 tMllilllCtS l-'lie i l to eliilis will IliHi
1 fiihcr ami kiot proKrHins and iheio
will be I. business Hint pisifes-l ni it
mel splakors lliillV K Ci.il' ah
lnleii.iti'Hi.il " ' M'nlim will ; l
'ni M liannni I . ,i ill. i i t, 1 1 1
i tint . In
Abwil .1,000 folilers, glMn th nro
Binni of the week,, nnd 3,000 !! irte
sheetii. oonualntnat father and sou
sons. hayp hPPti prlnlod Klin enl
ored slidoH are tn bp run In local
tl.PHtrrs. ;00 posters h ive I eon
distributed In ln si-iiuIm I'.illm, ,,,i. t
json Idea Imoks k'K'ii Io i i. moil lee
I men number t.'.n Hul ion Imiiku for
j fathers and sons will be nn ale at
I Ihe '"l ' HiloilRh the voi'k
INDIAN IS TO SELL HOGS
llinl.cn nnw llii'.iti.e ,i s,. Itcil
Plus Here mi t-, 2;
.1 1 1 1 I t . I I T - l. , l M ..P C
Hip flnrat Duroo Jwwiy im-Jne herdl
In the aoulhwent, ha inuirie arr.itiB
mental to hold his annual Bile at thn
Tiibw ttUiuroimds on I'Yldnv. Keb
Mr. C'ht.rtrrs hit btrn In Hi- '
roe business for 11 grent r enia,
'and Iwh pindnewl moef Iho grea'
est bred own ot tiny man In north
'.rn Oklahoma At tho present tlmn
I bin Inn-d 1s hnulml by Kind's Orion
'-'ml bv King nf Orion Cliniry'n, thn
f.mnnm l-reedlng tumr iiow at lb'1
tn 1,1 nf ihe W A. William" h' il
Imiio . i.M.m .'lid in a HMer brotlu ''
i iim tiiinl cliaiiiplon boar ui the
11,1 lllnlnil Stale fair
Dr. Charles li Ilarkor.
lions nnd It Is expneled Iho total nt
tendnnco for tho week will bo up
wards, of r,000.
Tho principal speaker nt sove.ral of
Ihe liatvpietH will bo Dr. Charha I..
Parker, noted npostlo of good hoallli
and happlni, who was William H
Tuft's physical advisor while he wan
prnsldent. 1'r. Parker will nponk at
Ihe high nchonl auditorium this afnr
noon ijiiilnn tho auspices of Iho Y M
C. A. and Y. W. C. A., who will
combine their Sunday forum and
Sundav home hour. The subject of
bis nddrrs.1 at this time will I e
"The Klncttt of Fine Arts." or "How
to 'p Always Happy." This 11 1-
Ing Is free to the public.
Dr. Ilarkor Is not a medical prae
tltloner. but ha been awarded many
unlierslly degrees. Ill his lectures
In addition Io his discussion of
health and mailers of diet, ho gives
actual di moiiKtratlniiH of the exer
cises which the hody needs dftllv to
keep ono In good physical eondltl in.
At tho s.-uiie tlmo ho H a mont en
thindastlc and outerlalnlng spoaker.
Wnlnul, Alaliogaiiy and Iiory
In .Soul's ( iimpleio
No rent, 110 help, no credit,
means you can nve money
on fiiriiishings for that new
7 0.ri S. Oljnipla Osngc l.l.'iB
"Jolmnle, wliat'n llalioril.ish
rryV" "Men's fiiriibihiur koimN."
"ninc miiiiij pistil makes."
"Miinliiitlau shirls, licney
ties and lllack Cai mi."
"Who handles Mibm'.'"
"lo I.cvcrliiK lie 11 l-o will
HOTEL TULSA OLDO
sses and Spectacles
Of coui'sc, you oan still i)iiy $25 and more
for a pair of glasses if you want lo, but
when wo say thai high-grade optical goods
have come down, we moan that we have
worked out a plan founded on fair prices
and fair profits that attract a large volume
of sales. We conduct our business with low
rents and low overhead cost and as a result
we have brought the price of high-class
glasses and spectacles including our ex
pert examination, lo almost one-half th6
We Are Headquarters for Genuine Patented
ID lyr hH "T1 tjt
R i r i u up
The INVISIBLE BIFOCAL GLASSES .
The great advantage of our bifocal glasses is that is is a return to the
eye of youth. They serve every purpose of seeing -just as perfect for
distance as for close vision Vou do not have to remove them or strain
the muscles to look up from close work. They are ground to meet the
NATURAL eye conditions, and they do meet them, because, no matter
what you want to see, whether a "mile away" or a "foot near," the
vision is as perfect as the "vision of childhood."
Neither arc there any cracks, seams or dividing lines; just a neat,
smooth lense, with both near and distant vision. Ground in a solid piece
Tho busiess or professional man, the person who uses reading glasses a
good deal of the time and is subject .to the annoyance of removing tjiem a thousand
times a day, will appreciate the convenience ad benefit of our Kryptok Invisible
Do not buy glasses from people who go from house to house or town to town. The
"eyes you have ;ire the only one you ever will have, so guard them carefully.
We Offer Only First Quality Standard Branded Products
New "ZYUUM" KinRcrclip CiliiH.ses. Very latest stylo,
with spherical Ioiihph, complete ; our (liii
choke, readiiiK or distance tPvKtlv
A HCientifif) examination of your
two:1: a pair of spherical Klffses
for eithrr readnio; or distance, in
a Kohl-filled frame
complete for .
.r' ! i i' W I
t ' H" I jti - v .i ') i i mi I h uiii
i l-iltnldi I lillih 'I II A I 1 I W
IllllF t h jd'-iirtUlfrt 'f lift'
M-t (i . m i i 1 1 1 H'll IhI l(f
wiih .tlnxiHi arivtlmiK iiM I (in
tk ih .in hi f fjinly htII
-Ii-i i ifht ,i ml (firr fur our
. lii thi funin.
U tho HnM in thudiaraond fipirilo not
appear equally black in all tlio different
meridians, it itniicatca a defect of aluht
that dimes nerroua hcad-aclio and (bool4
L corrected ut once. mexlM (re,-
Veais of specialization, years
of development and research
.oncentrated on the most vital
of the five senses sight has
resulted in our method of
scientifically fitting the eye.
ior detail in Ihr oniiilniriinii
our cIikm's Is onieriilh Muillcil and i
ii.ulr is-rinaiiclit onl utter the M. i
l ih.illHllle Tents oil not noli nh
mill I lo I milfoil ,i ml I iiiiii'iiiemi' Inn
Ileal I io llenefil from iho m.uiiIkhI
which tie hate eolablislicil.
sciiELY mi:mt a trim.
Wo. Ib-ne told our stun, us brloflj as wi-il)li
ooil-il-ienl w Uli the man) fuels that wo m.iiiIoiI
to ilrho home. Tho cum' now rests with mui
Sureli an ami) nf IhousaniN .of stamlaril oplbal
linsluiits iiiorllM )our cousliferatlon. I Vi I11I11U
such prices will ls apiwircnt right off luind We
ask for a lilal In muuImcc jou. and srniaucinly
tlfn'rn' l filar imlronage.
A . ph i. n t i utile- evejjlu.v, mounLinR. complete with
torn .Kphotual li'iisi's, any nizoj this week;
Our office wtll.be open ireelc daus from 0 in the
morninu until S in the vveninu; Sundais train !) to
New Lc(scn Put In Your QUI Frames; Complicated Cases Fitted When Others Fail.
Wc savc,W0 each month ft having our office upstairs Vou save from $:i lo $10 on everu pair
of glasses. ' A
Cut Rate Optical Co.
Fast Third Street (Upstairs) Tulsa, Olda.
Over Fxchangv Trust Co. Phone Osage 9372