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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, MARCH 27. 1M0
WILL MILL GRAIN
IN TULSA COUNTY
Co-Operative Farmers to
Build Large Elevator
if Stock Sella.
200 IN ASSOCIATION
Plan to Handle Ail Local
Produce; Start Smaller
Mills Near Here.
First Photo of President W ilson Since Recent
Illness, Taken on Automobile Ride in Capital
EXPAND STATE AUTO CLUB
Tulsa, county's grain I to rinialn
In Tnla county and bp piirchaaul In
various forms by local consumers, if
Harm of the Tulsa County fanners'
o-operative company materialize
A MMtlng of the son stockholders
In the company Is to bo held here on
April 17, at which time It will prob
ably be. voted to increase the capital
stock from $10,000 to I20O.000. Tim
new Stock Is to hclirqillrcd by pre-
it members and by new members,
afid proceeds from the sale of this
stio k ate to be used In building a
S roller mill of 800-barrel dally ca
pii itv, ami a lare elevator In Tulsa.
Future plans tin hide the building of
smaller elevators In each of the
towns In Tulsa county.
Announcement of the plans of the
i s. nation was made at the lunch
eon of directors of the chamber of
Commerce at Hotel Tulsa yesterday
noioi by l'Wls I'llne, a prominent
member of the association. John
Pulsion Is president.
Preparations are belna; made for
the extension of the association a
BOopt by holding nipHlnKa In the
rural distrlcls to explain Its puprose
atid to acquire new members. Mr.
Clin expects there will be 000 mem.
barf by Juno l.
"The other day I received a car
load of feed from KlnKnuin, Kan.."
said Mr. t'llne. "Tho freight was
21. It stands to reason that it cost
the same amount to Ret the product
from Oklahoma to Kingman. That
makes $4HH in transportation charges.
know and you know that this
lount must, be added to the retail
I of the feed. Not only Is this so.
the consumer must pav a profit
no Lop of that. Mow much better and
cheaper It would he If this (Train
could have been milled here at home,
and those freight rharircs uvril.
This Is what we propose to do."
Whenever possible the association
will, as soon as its finances Willi
permit, buy all the local grain pos
sible. It will be stored until It can
be used and marketed, and at a
pHoti oa Mr. t'llne believes, consid
erably below that asked nt the pres
ent time and the price that will bo
asked next year.
Mr. dine stated that until recent
ly he met with much discouragement
In this effofts lo perfect and eh
Igrgfl tho Tulsa county association,
but that lately, since its purposes had
been better understood, the member
ship Is increasing rapidly.
BOY SCOUTS BURN GRASS
Iriin Awftf t'iHlrrKTml!i Around
l'.trf h nla I'.irk todftj .
AM boy SOOUtfl MPtCtiPf to Ko to
ratthf-nia park today to hum off tho
underbrush around the v. w. C A.
oAtnp Gnclootirv -.mint oomo to ttt
local bCOdQUOrtOri at 0 o'clock thin
morning. John fcf, Wndloy, scout ex
tent. vp. wild last iilnht. KcoiKh hav
ing toOUl axt'H are r,M"'it,d to hrinjf
Ahout 0 HOOutH have nignfJ up fr
nrtOMI NvrftVlMllH lm IW Arc
( oititit Into irmiiiiuiilon.
K .t l.iitul) a.im i In- pi in ipal
poohOff ut lilt rOffUtaf noon luuch
ton of the Automoblto club or Utthv
homo lit Mutt TuImii private dlnitiK
room Mtoi day. aim'ui t ;. mombtfo
0ort pri Hcnt Much ptoptt cm In the
form At ton f i f lMunihi of thr fttaie
club in nevtual oddHtOMl tOWM
throughout the itoto w ' ropoftod by
Btcrttary i. Bot Guthrty, Bortmi
i , Muokogoo, PftWhuttia, 0mul
gOOi Shawnee and neveral OthOf
towni iti iii.' ootton of thr itoto oro
rapoottd to line up with ittbstootMol
ui'Kii n l.a I ions by Hex! week
lover tur 1 1 H BfOUfJh of Af
koAMUi win oddrooj hp tulomobtlt
t tub momoort at a lun boon to ',p
givtn next Thurodoy noon In Hot!
rulooi The iutomobtii elub momborg
will meet Jointly with the rOJCUtOF
WOOhlj noon lum hi on of the utoni
PLAN PAGEANT AT NIGHT
'"linn Ml imrlea in 1 lahorntc
Dnncini i ithlbltlon.
rttotory ol tfioi t'nltotf Rtotto, win
y I i A A iAAii AfVI J. A a A A A tf
Of flVOfl Jll f-ik ilaiueg. at the Oon
vent lop hall, April 1 1, by the f?r ;
ph bie.il training Inalrn.-tni 'I1iIh
j Pageant Will mpi t Hi nt the ) lti '
WOrki I hO LMiyOg and will hi- a ntu-
UttidOUi atfalr All flit ftrll In iht
ut no port, m .ii Mi a tot 1 1 nf 111
Oho rat. (ei n
Th pntreanl n ill Opon doplollfll
life on the eastern itlOrtt Of MOH
Bnfftond with dawn .tu i olnov on J
the ihoroa nf the ) IUt If til I 'it fH. I
with inn Mt, nhr Mid Th. tt he
flvo rntoodoii r noli snd nnoh nw
iioti f the count r) wiii m portmyod
luen iii or il-t m
"The Distinguished Car"
liuiit tn Mtlnfjf the rrioHt tlisi-ritninat inir Itiste for
beauty, power, speed and endurance.
I'lutitc for pfMOIMffVfJM
LEWIS-MARSH CORPORA TION
nun south Main St. Oaofe :r7i :i7i
, pTOOklOnl and Mrw. Wilson out for tbotf DlOniltUJ ipltt,
After fiix moOthl nf MOlUllon In the white house, WOodrOW Vilon. prOOldont of Ihe I'nlted States, aRaln
nppearln in public. Thll photOffTftph, taken a few dOiri IM a Mr. VVltoon was leain the Whitfj house fur
In in inorninK automnhile rule with Mrn. Wllnon. show's that the notlon'fl chief executive in raphlls rOOOVOrlOfl
I from hll protracted iiltua, allliouKh Ihf iTOy bolia arnutid hut templen and the thinin sn of his f,o e DOOr unite
witness 10 niN Miirit-rinif.
the trip! Mi. Undloy mid, They win
leave for fart hen la park at 9 : .10
o'clO' k 00 a tpootOl car provliled by
the Oklahoma I'nion Railway com
pony. After Insuring forest fire pro
tection for tho Y. YV. camp the "fire
lOddlOfl'1 will he treated to a dinner
in friondohlp Lodge by the . r. it.
1 ami trt hot ehnenhite l.v I he V
. A. Thev will return to town he
Kcoutn, under the dlrootlofl of Mr.
Utndley, will try to Have tree trunks
an much :h poHHthle In Inirnln off
Brass, h aves and hrush, as Y. YV. .
A. oerotories Winh to p:erve the
natural heanty of the tamp and It
UfTOUndlnfl and their request to tho
scouts Js, ".triromoni fpuro thOM
CLAIMS COMPANY LOST QDOKfl
Tulsa ih.. i ! Bekj Daniosei Affoinoi
American I tall way TU 11.
Dam a k of $ ;t .1 f , for the t o ss of
a Bet of medical boolu ihlppod from
Troy, M. Y., to Tulsa ond lost in
transit, were .,ykeil in a null filed In
superior court ytotordoy by Dt. K
K. Mayden against tin Ainu nan
RoUwnyi Kxpress oompony
f HoydOII OlOinil he has proof that
the hooks were received by I he ex
press company for shipment to him
ut Tulsa, DUt that the property has
never hern dotlVOTOd 10 him ami nn
trace of thfl book! OOJI ht ftmnd by
the express compall).
Extension f hydro-electi tc proj
ects In Japan will involve the build
Ing of about i 001 mlloa of hiKh ten
sion lines within the next two ye;irn.
MASTER. STOTCXITIZ 11ATT IL R V
GUARANTEED is MONTHS.
Price .... WOX) Volt
in; sol in not l.il :n. PHONE O, TMO,
Superior Battery Station.
. V ft me of (Ait
1)0 not make the mi
take of thinking that
cocoa is only an occa
sional drink. It is so val
uable a food beverage, so
rich in the elements of
nutrition, so delicious in
flavor, and so wholesome
that it should be used
regularly and often.
Dookltt of CAok. Ktiiprt ml fret
WAITER BAKER & CO ltd
LiUDliihcd mo. UonCHtSTFR'MAU
fLSa, "or"' "
" Shoes mmJ .
Can only be proven by actual test Lyons' shoos for Children have
stood the test as thousands of Mrentl will testify.
This stoic makes a feature of it Children's Department always
showing the latest styles in a full range of sizes, with an expert on
children's requirement to do the fitting.
Hovs and little gen tfl welt solo English Oxfords, black,
pZd.dtndbrownc1':, $5.00 t $7.00
Hoys' and girls' foot-form wolts and stitchdown Ox
fords, white, hrown, and black; choice canvas, Nu
Hick, kid, calf, elk and patent. Sizos 8' j to 11 and
'! -" 1'H';"'1 $3.00 1 $7.00
S Ik or
II II f I MSS
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets Get
at the Cause and Remove It
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, tho sub
I Ftitute (or calomel, act gently on the
SJxiwtls and positively do the work.
y People afflicted with bad breath find
" quick rebel through Dr. Edwards' Olive
Tablets. The pleasant, sugar-coated
tablets are taken (or bad breath by
all who know them.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets act gen
tlv but firmly on the bowels and liver,
stimulating them to natural action,
clearing the blood and gently punlying
the entire system. They do that which
dangerous calomel does without, any
of the bad after effect.
All the benefits of nasty, sickening,
griping cathartics are derived trom
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets without
Griping, pain or any disagreeable effects.
Dr. h. M. Edwards discovered the
formula alter seventeen years of prac
tice among patients afflicted with
bowel and liver complaint, with the
attendant lad breath.
Olive Tablets are purely a vegetable
compound mixed with olive oil; you
will know them by their olive color.
Take one or two every night for a week
and note the effect. l()c and 25c.
How Do You Feel
I When You Stoop?
Slow and llagusfe mnvemrnti.lired
aciion, backache, rheumatic paint,
tiff joint or tore muaclea indicate
that aorrlhing in the human yitem
it out of order. In moat catrt, thete
iTmptomt ore the retult of watte
matter or poiaoneut acids being left
in the blood by the failure of the kid
arya to properly do their work ol
filtering and catting out impuriliea
from the blood. -
STOPPED HIS BACKACHE
"I an 70 MM sU. I tTiJ FoUy RUMf
Pill, thinking I Ddod thtra n mj bark
wa burfint and aching all the time. 1 got
. bad bat whan I weuid atooa ovar ja tha
lara wbila at work I could bardly raiaaup
auch i awful calcb in my back Altar taking
lat one. bottle cf Polay Kidney Pitla. my
backecbe waa enliral. aooo and I tclt goad
and atrong. 1 tbink lhay arc tha greatest
rrmady tor bacheche end irragularitira ct
thetladdar " - W. P. Teloni. K. f. II 1,
V aaiuc-tou. Pa
Foley Kidney Pills
he been used by young, middle
aged and old with complete tatitfac
tion. You will find them different
from all other remedie. They act
quickly and aurely and have given
relief in catea of yeatt' standing. If
you have caute to tuspect your kid
nryt are weak , diaordered or inactive,
you thould act immediately.
We Give You
Buy Your Spring Suit Now
This Sale offers an extraordinary opportu
nity to secure a high-grade new Suit
for Easter at much less than
the regular price.
yppp pppppppppppi 777;'jr I i i mm 1 m m 1 m m I
Every Suit in this Sale is one
which regularly would sell for
very much more.
Materials of the finest The latest styles
Seen only in high-grade models
SECOND FLOOR ROBINSON BUILDING
Tulsa's Largeet. Upstairs Store for Women Take Flevator. Third and Main.
Just One Year Ago
From a rather modest beginning to one of the largest
retail bakery shops in the entire southwest, is the sub
ject of a story we will tell our friends and patrons at our
first birthday party today.
We arc proud of our success in Tulsa. Having always
striven to serve our patrons the very highest quality plus
an exact service, we feel that our efforts have been ap
preciated. This is indeed gratifying to us. As a fitting
climax to the year just ended, we will hold a public re
ception in our Main store, IS West Third St., through
out Saturday, and every person attending will receive
a Bread Knife with our compliments.
COME BE WITH us and help us celebrate.
FEDERAL BAKING CO.
Store No. 1 Store No. 2
1 8 West Third St. 8 North Main St.
D. FORSTER DAVIS, MANAGER.
WE USE "POLAR BEAR" FLOUR
A I.I. DKLGtWSTs