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TLSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, 27, 1920.
LINGO NAMED AS
G. 0. P. CHAIRMANi
Republican Committee Isj
Entertained at a Big
h-uns That Confront the
Nation Arc Dwelt Upon
' lection of officer, tin elaborate
t irr and plenty of republican ora-
occupied the attention of tho
. iliers of tho republican county
vi.tnltteo who vero the kucsIh of
v Tt A. Small at a banquet ut
1 i, .1 Tulsa last nlcht.
i.eorRanlzatlon of the cointnlttco
u i tho prlnclpul btislticiM of tho
K.i iering and tho follow lrw officers
r tha onsulnp oar woro chosen;
' r Mt O. MnRo, chairman; O. AV.
i :pert of Sand Springs, vice
. iirman; Hay HucMos of Collins-
flocond vice rhnlrnian! W. N.
V. i laniH of riroken Arrow, third vlco
i .rman; Hny Henderson of Illxby,
' 1h vice, clialrman; Way mi l..
t' Key. secretary; ilrn. . l-'rank Sea-
i ih, axHlHlant Hei'retary; Mrs. l i
i 'ynhmun, treaurer.
Vltiert A. Smnll, who Iuih been the
c i .rman of tho committee for the
r,i i lx years and who In retiring
becomo tho candidate for tho
i iblloHii Hotiatorlal nomination,
u.i Riven n. vole of thanks for his
'i icon, l-'rank I.. Duncan, chair
a of the city committee, moved
' followlnR resolution which was
inlmously adopted a:uld lone up-
in 11 resolved bv tho republican
central committee of Tulsa, r.mn'v
t tat wo ortitoreo fo the, t ti t 1
Stales Dena'.c tho i.tndlrtary of Al" er
A. fin.all and commend him to tl"
republic-ins of the 'a;o of Oktah n i
as a man of exceptional ability. .1
malwart and faithful republicHii. a
citizen of the hlRhRHt and bust ipiall
tlM, a public speaker of unusual ltn
presslveness. fully eapablo of taking
care of himself on the stump nuiun.ii
all coniorH, ono who Is morallv,
phjstcally and Intellectually the punr
of any In the state of Oklahmiia
which .has since Its ml mission Into
tho union beon so ivoefully mlsrBp
rosented In the American sunate."
Stlrrlnn addresses wero delivered
by Charlec 13. ItORets, delegate to the
nntlonnl convoutlon; Mr. Small.
Judge Duncan, Judtjo Horace Speed
and others tm the Issue that con-,
front tho nation and the party.
IS AWARDED THIRD PRIZE
Wliwln a Winner In IUr In- '
dim- Display Contest.
TuUa has for years been noted for 1
Its splendid and attractlvo window
dlsplajH of meroliandlse, tho rson
beliiR that tho luwil merchant ;
the limit upon securing tho miwt ,
competent men In thin Uno of work.
In thu country.
- This waa awiln provim recently I
when CI. K. Whcete, advertlsliiR und 1
dloplay manoRcr for Vandevers.i.wiiH
awarded the third prize In a nuthnMl
window display contest cousltlnic of .
linen exhibits. Thus another Iauti I
was added to Tulm'H fame an n mor
Leading display artl!s nit over the
I'lilted Suites and Canada enRnncd
In tlie contest and tho decision rMiir
Mr, Wheeto a prlzo fc a trllmte tu
his underslnudliiR of tho funduiuen'
talM of his profession.
According to a French phyHielnn
who made an extended research, the
use of toKleco Js harmful onlv und-t
certain conditions and It b a valuable
ttnlc and Kcrm4cldo when, propn- v
Here is your chance to match your old suit with
a new pair of pants. Don't wear that shiny
pair of pants any longer.
WE CAN FIT YOU
t SI7.KS ao TO ..
THIS IXM.LOWI.Vti THICKS TALK:
$6.00 Cotton Mixed Pants $3.44
$8.50 Worsted Pants $4.94
$10-$12.50 Fine Worsted and Wool
$15.00 Pure Wool Pants $7.94
Tlusse prices art; Tor Friday and Saturday.
THE FAMOUS CLOTHING CO.
122 .V. MAIN ST. '
What's the use of
cooking when you
We Arc Proud to
Say, That We Din
plan This Emblem
in Our Establish-merit.
This Emblem Pro
tects Your Garments
When They Go to a
('leaner. Look for It.
Now is the time to look over your last seasoivs
garments and see if they can't be worn for an
We are prepared to repair, alter, remodel and
feline ladies' and gents' garments. We cany a
complete stock of lining, buttons, etc., for the re
freshing of suits and employ only the best tailors
so send in your garments.
DID YOU KNOW
That bv having vour suit cleaned and pressed
that it practically RENEWS THE LIFE OF THE
THE SPRING RUSH
Will son be on, so be one of the "early birds" this
spring and get here ahead of the rush, giving us
a little time on the work that you wish done:
Are sending their spring hats as well as
Straws and Panamas, so get yours out and give
it to a BOHNEFELD driver. The famous South
American process the process that was intro
duced in Tulsa by I,K)HNEFELD years ago, of
bleaching with sulphur fumes without the use
of injurious chemicals is still in vogue at this
shop, and when your Straws or Panamas come
here they are given this famous treatment.
The Bohnefeld Method of Dry Cleaning
The proved and approved method of cleaning, preserving and reviving all sorts of fabrics has become a
source of real satisfaction to thousands of Tulsans, who have found through experience that between
"quality first and cheapness first" is the difference between satisfaction and disappointment. We could
Very readily make our prices the lowest in town, but we prefer instead to make the quality of our work
the highest in town, or anywhere elsc.-Bohnefeld believes in the best work at a fair price. That the best
dressers also believe in this policy is shown by the steadily increasing volume of business which has
made additional facilities necessary to our already large plant.
Two Modern Three-Story Fireproof Buildings
. Front Building
FIRST FLOCXR Office and
SECOND FLOOR Pressing
and finishing department.
THIRD FLOOR Employees
A Few of the New
Electric elevator service
Concrete vaults for fur storage
Patent asbestos flooring
Perfect lighting and ventilation
300-barrel filter cistern
14,000-gallon gasoline storage
Straw hat bleaching room
Fl RST FLOOR-Dry-Clcaning
SECOND FLOOR Spotting
THIRD FLOOR Hat clean
ing and blocking department
"Not How Cheap, but How Good"
314 South Cincinnati
Phone Osage 1210 Connecting All Departments