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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1020
11
INDUSTRIES IN
LATEST CENSUS
Census Figure
Mellon Arrives to Direcl
Survey in City and
in County.
TO TAKE SIX MONTHS
Tills Directors of Chamber
of Commerce Co-Operation
Is Needed in Task.
4n l ii 1 1 1 1 rl r I crn.nm of Tul.m unci
TuKi enmity, un Mil a MIWIM of
r t nther OOUItthM ill thin aaotlon
of the state, t ii nt win give otmprf
henMve hiuI intelligible Inform itlon
U the OUtatda lulustrlnl norhl, is
nnw to pi nf prep.ir itt'.n.
wmiim u. Malum, rupraaantlng
Hi. i bureau 'f oanaut f tan t'nlti i
st iii department of eommaroa, li
it ilni M.v prep irert to t.ilie up his
dtil m partainlng in the i ikmg ot
this reneu Mr. Million will direil
il.. U urk 'f rensiiM taking, einplny-
In ii oorpa ol aastatanta for wIumi
Tulsa will l" heiiduunrters.
I'uiuik ii Hhort I. ilk t fun illree
i. is .if lli.' rhftn.her of OOlttttWOt Ht
their i etiulnr raakljr lunchaon at
Hotel TiiNn yaatarday noon, Mr.
Million Midi
"Wi want tin1 oooparatlon of
Very pi rm ri who la sailed upon In
this large unriVrlukitiK. Too often
wi tour tin remark that :ho depart
ment of CQQBnierce'i work Implies
muota nil tape nut thu do-
i.i :m nt render v.ilu.iWIe eervlce
to i very In lustry In the lountiy, nnd
there mutt neoeeaarHy be ., huge
ninounl of work to aunh i Kerviue.
"The department not nnlv imslHti,
Industries in ilinpoinK of their prod.
. In, ii their plants In tlui united
g iiih hut It renders iho Mime Heiv
lee for our Iniiuatrli-'H In forelKn
OOUntriOS,
"We want to obt.iin a complete ltt
dttltrlnl 1'intii of IhlH section of iho
elate, and wo uk your its.slstanco In
eery w- possible to do this,
"How would it bare been p ...... i.e
t.i aacortaln the nation' pru luction
aini the location of this production
durli k the 1 1 cut v. ir if It h id not
brrii lor tiKUtes -oii.ilh:.l by Hid de
partment of cuiiimiTeu?"
it win require from four to nix
miintha to complete taking 'hi? cen
MM 111 territory allotted to Mr. Mai.
Ion.
BUILDING PERMITS LIGHT
Rcaplle in snin : Rooorda of Pnal
T Moaiha ITeoteftley.
Business In tho building pi'rmlt
Una alaoked yaatarday, apparently
to five tin foroa In Iho city build
ing limpector's office a brief respite
from tho rtMiorii businemi for fwo
reeorrt-hreuklni; months February
and March.
I'einut.-i at-ud vester.lay were na
follows: Kddle Wb.ea.tley, 20 1 North
BlWOOd apartment, S,tOS William
Haniaon 1141 BouUl Newport, reel
dime, K,000; WcWi At MnNulty.
Ill Bast Fourth, uniriiKe, IIL'.OOO;
It P, Hluck, M32 Houth Trenton,
resni. nee. $2,000.
WASHINGTON, April 2 -Prelim-Inary
population fia iren were nn-
nOUOCed twday l.y the cenn.ua bureau
i m follow:
Mebnusas -ity, Nab. it:o POM-
I lutlon 1,171; itiereuiie 7tl or 14 4
par rent, mi popuiatwm !,tJ.
Wilkeabarrn, I'a. Ift-O popuia
! t Itui 73,s28; Inrreaae 4,723 or 10
per cent; 1 :m 0 population 47. 104.
i.oi.it Bran oh, n. j 1120 popula-
' Hon I3.0.'.2, lucre. uw III or 17 per
Cant) 1!10 population 13.'.'9
Honth Ainhoy, N. ,1. LMI popula
tion ttllll Incroaaco 90 or 12.7
; per eaft Iflln populailon 7,007.
Waatflaaii N. J. llll popuUvlloci
, :'.024, laoreaaa :.coo or 41.4 per
I cent lUIH populiitlon 4,42c.
fftnanhath. N. J.- I20 populatinn
'.2.'i; Increnae 013 or 6 1 per cent.
I '.i 10 population 8,412.
Tail.oro, N. t'. -1920, populailon
4.46N; Increaxe 439 or 10.fi per cent,
191(1 population 4,129.
I'llnton. t, C, llll population
:i.77. III! feaai 4 nr, or 1 . 1 percent.
1910 population 3,172.
I'nlon. c llll population 6,
Mi: Inm aaM r t n or 9.2 per eant;
1 'J 1 u populiit on 6,621.
Iwike CttJT, H '. 1920 population
I, I0 Inoraiaaa f 3 1 or 4 It per
cent; 110 populatkin 1,074.
1'uluekl, Va. 1920 population
F . 2 7 7 ; IncreiiMo 470 or 9 t pur cent,
1910 population 4,807.
Hadford. Va.--ltIo population
4.627; lncreaae 42S or 10.1 per
mt; llllu poputatlOfl 4,202
Kuahville. lnd 1910 popUhyUOU
T.,498; Increaee C7J or 11.6 per cent.
1910 population 4.92S.
N'oith MlanclveiHer, lnd. 1920
popu'.auon 2,711; Increaee 283 or
II. ; par n ot, 1910 population 2,428
MurpltyaborOi 114 -1920 popula
tion 10.4 11; Increaee 2.926 or 39.1
pur rent, 1910 population 7.845
Alma. Mich 1920 population
7,r,42; I111 n-nee 4,785 or 17 3 4 per
cent; 1910 population 2.769.
Moneti. Mo 1920 population
4.206; Increawo 29 or 0.7 piv cent;
1910 population 4,177.
Frederick town, Mo 1920 popu
lation 8,124; InrrcoKe 492 or 18.7
per cent; 1910 population 2,632.
Waterloo, Iowa- 1920 population
UJItli Increttae 9.637 or 36.7 per
cent; 1910 population 26,693.
WOULD WITHDRAW PETITION
Mr. BSIIMM IHoa lliajliaat In Kan-
a onrt to itcwinii him ham
Tdl'KKA, Km. April 2 Mm
JaOkaail llnrneti bride of Ihfl mil
lon.nre Indian of Ilenryetta. ukla.
today filed u motion in the Miprome
court to have wlth lriwn the recent
crn petition hIh filed In the OMa
tirouain by i'nri .1 0Hornatt,
Kuard hi of Mt. liarnetL in have
lux wai.l returned to OkMUIonM.
Mm. Harnett m petition Pb I
(hat a ronnplracv had been rffected
to daprlra her of her huaband and
also nlliiilrd to the maiuiKement of
i.er huaband'a waaJth Ail inatteri
partalnlnf to the oaaa bare been ra
lerred to a. M Jaobton of Wlnfleld,
who win hold haarlnn on the
mardtnn'i petition aoon
rrinii CHunbUBg aentenca,
OKtiAHOatA OtTT, Apni 2 Ben.
tanaa for lyinductlna a KriuiMlnn
Rime wae afflriiied by tin criminal
court of appeal today In the ease
of -'red AuHtin and Joe Auatln( who
appealed from the dtatrtOl ..nut of
1 Sa 1 field county. Each Ik Bantencad
to a year In the penitent tary and
1 fine of $500 The caee baa been
pending before the coutt of appeala
for more than two yivni
Tlu Mortuary
Talg.
Kuneral laftlltiaa of Ihc Infant ecu
of .1. a Cralii III Hiiutii iihi o
were held at the Mi'chei 1 Klennim
chapel at 4 o'clock PYldaj afternoon,
Mr i'iala I'ov, who w.im only I'
t n i old. died I'M. lav inorniii.
. Hurlal was In Rflao Hill
Ttrrnei
I'unerai aervioea foi alia Malan
Tlfenajr, 12 yearn old. will be held a
Mow bra ye chapel at 1 so o'clock
IthiK afternoon lira, Tlranay wax
nhot auppoaadly by her buaband
Wadtiaadai nUthl at their hotna. 111
Baal A.iinirai o trai baa I i
found of .lack Tlreney. the hnnlinu.l.
elnce (he night of the attOOtlltaT, MrK
Tlreney ih lUTVtVad bv one frOWn
.lauirhler Inteinient will be In Hiimc
lllll.
t.owen
atlai Audrey i per dow n. ne
20 ealK, died at the Wheelei holel
I i Idas mornlni aflai a aborl lllnaaa
at lai Qoiran bad only been here a
ahnri time, naming hern from Lntotln
vllle. Taaaa, i. work Hhe Ik nr
vivi d b) hat motnai lira Mark
Bhnmona nt lewlavllla, who :ii be
pr.-eent at the funaral. I'liuer.ii aert
leen win i. held ai the Mucin, i
t'lemlnR chapel al 3 o clock thla nfi
ei i Intnrmenl win be in lime
j Hill.
Hear u beat Prouait,
I CHICAOO, April 2 More than
.'oa farmeie, comuilnaioii men and
mlllert today attended hearini oon
ducted , Heerelaly Marldlth of tile
denartntanl of agriculture on aliened
. "alrnaai r apaclfleauonn for wheat
i idea, mnrmora aaeerte.i the apec-
I ificatlona for so i nhaat, in win. ii
I moal of the trading i ona at prna
i en', called for l (trade ni pctfr. t that
ii nun difficult to rm nrdai
8la..lilc lllll llll loll
HIIAWNRM, i ik la . Apt n 2 foi
rnndlrlntei win be Initialed Into the
Ancient order of the Red, Had :'
bore tomorrow nldht. The nintb
chapter in Hie Mala win be formed
lu te at the Hume time.
Look for the Ad of
The Kansas City Market
"STOP AND SHOP"
On Page 10
Hunk fiiartcnil.
flprtal tn Thl World.
WAMHOfOTON, April 2. A Char
ter haa been Igguaal by the comp
troller of tho curnncy to tho Iepev
National bank at Pcpewr dkla
with capital etivek of 125, M0. " N
I. ee 1 to be tho preeldent and Jl
II. Corey, cashier. Wallace 11.
Hwearlnger waa today appointed
poetmaater at Whitcfiid, Haakafl
county, i.ykla.
Ilnvo your lialr marcellel nt the
American Honuty Hhop, 313 South
Moulder. Phone 0;ure 1010. Advt.
ORBAMS, KTTI iltlt I TTS, SODAS
Superior Tea Room
514 MM'TH MAIN
Look for the Ad of
The Kansas City Market
"STOP AND SHOP"
On Page 10
Carnation
Grocery
and
Market
"THE STORE WITH A
CONSCIENCE
Place Whercfej
f You Will Mi
Kventually
mw
PLEASE SHOP EARLY
HOW TO RAISE
BABYCHICKS
Put Avicni in the drinking water.
Mist prnplo loan half of every hatch,
m to expect It. Od. k, cholera or
wlic diarrhoea Is the trouble. The U. 8.
QovernnMat itaten that over half the
chkks hatrhei die from thin ause.
An Avlcol tablet,
pi I ed in the drlnk'nn
wiiicr, will poalUrely
ava your little . In, ka
from ail au. h dlaaaana.
Inside of 48 houia the
Blck one. i will be as lively
im ci i. kntn, AtIcoI keepa
them lnulihy and inukaa
,. them k"jw and develop
Mrj. a,mio Tboi kcry. H. i D. 4. St.
i m i ,, p.. writes. -1 ha.1 90 chicks and
nl Hcd but 32. Then I eoouanni "i
I'; ivlcol and haven't lost any elnce.
' '" grown wonderfully."
a'.0!!'1? "olhliig to try Avlcol. If you
'I it It prevents end promptly
' WVJ diarrhoea, cldck clcdera and
au dowi dlaaaana of poultry, ten us and
jour money will be refunded by return
H Avlcol is sold l.y most drunulsts
. ''trjr remedy dealers, or you can
sen,' or soc today for a package by
i aiq, tturrell-Dtigger Co. is
Cclun
AVICQL
slops chicks dying
or Constipation
I"'iinion. s.ck Hnadanha, WUam
"ess Hlootin,!, Sour Stomach, Gnt on
Stomach, Had ISre.nli or other con
Oi"ont ced liy dogged or irregular
anall, take
fOLEY CATHARTIC TABLET!
A .wholesome td lhorou5hly clenm.rig
Phy.c -mild and gentle in notion.
lAJggf "aaiaa. Qa-i "I nd fi
"'"",'" "net uZ
"'"" BsU mitllnl I ever Irisd."
Hold Kvcrywhore
a? It's Liquid
OSAGE
GROCERY AND MARKET
107 EAST FIRST STREET
PHONE OSAGE 2080
We Dress Our Own Poultry and Have a Nice Lot of Young Fat Hens
For Your Easter Dinner We Have
I'.inr-y lCg of
laimb
Choice Prtme. 1Mb
ltiaist, rolled ......
Nice shoulder Ko.mt
of Veal
Pork Shoulder
It mat
I.om I'urk
Kouat iiiiiisiiii
l-'ancy Corn Beef,
our own cure . . . .
h reali Spa,rerib8,
at . .
40c
35c
25c
25c
25c
30c
25c
Cured Meats
Family aize Premium
Skinned llunm
Wilaon'a Cvriificd Skmm d II. i
half or
whole
Wlleon'a I'ert it led Itacun,
half or whole, price . .
ileal Imokajl
Itacon
Hwlffa Picnic
llama
Dbda Huron
ausvraa
Best Breakfast
sliced, one-lb.
package
40c
.i ii. .,
38c
4Sc
35c
23c
28c
Bacon,
50c
Creamery Butter and
Margarine
B7c
H9c
33c
38c
45c
43c
33c
Drookfleld Cnnmery
Uutter
Ifagnolla Oraamary
Uutter, 10 oz
). Hi Nut
Margarine
Blua ltihbon ktargarlnn
colored
Hwlffa Liljf
M.irRurine
iem Nut,
colored
Troco Nut
liar gar lo
I lb Pride er Perry
Klour
$1.65
.R. Pride of Pony QA
l lour DOsOU
Carnation Itttks tan aize, en
a!.!!?. $5.75
Pet Milk, tall size, cjiii iav,c:
ST $5.75
Grocery Department
$4.08
$1.00
... 48c
lie
2(c
$1.00
Kaba, tall iri.e,
BK0 cane
Oailon
Blaokbeiilna . .
Ogjiloa
Applca
No. 2 jtatttwa
ltoiied Oata . . .
No. It package
Itol led Oata
10 lbs. Navy
ll'vina I,,,, ... .
:i lb.- good ground
Coffee
No. 2 can extra
standard Paa baa,
a ind 1 1 -I i '. o io . I J
No. 2 lei .in eiitrii
standard Apricot-
h i iprlcota doi.tlfKn I O
1'resh K'h,
iloi-n
$1.00
40c
4.75
40c
4.75
46c
ORANGES ORANGES ORANGES
Special, Extra Large Size, 65c Dozen; 35c Half
See them for yourself on our front sidewalk
NANCY HALL SWEET POTATOES
50c a Peck $2 per Bushel
III Si mill
Main
Imiiio O-7I20
You Will Find Everything for Easter at Our Store
Plenty of Fresh Eggs
Meats of All Kinds
Vegetables and Fruits
If It Is On the Market You Will Find It Here
Carnation Grocery and Market
av
L. D. BEAVERS, Manager
BAD BREATH
Dr. Krl wards' Olive Tablets Get
at the Cause and Remove It
Ir I dwanls' Hive Tablet, the
mitistitutr (or CtloBatl. Id ISfltly mi Hie
boweli and positively do the work.
People iflUctaa nli bad i.rcjih luai
i, in k relic! through taking then
l)r. Kdwanla' olive lahlrls are a
vacttsbai coenpound numii with olive
oil. 1 hi y act grill lv I mt In inly mi the
bow all anil liver. tUmultUM then) to
natural actum, ckairtni tiir blood, and
punlying the cniirr lygten l hey do
thul win. Ii i alt unci il.s -h, without any u(
the Uiil .iii' i aflat t I aki ons n iw
every tught lot a wtxk and note Use
pleasing cllci t. lot and i!in a boi
F.ASTKR SURPRISK
for the
Kiddies
SEE THE
Empress
Grocery
WINDOW
Acrosa from Orpheum
Today
Display in charge
of
MRS. R. L. CUPP
DON'T FAIL TO BRING
THE CHILDREN
PURITY GROCERY
AND MARKET
111 EAST SECOND STREET PHONE OSAGE 1702
Under Management Genu ("ash Store Co.
i 117 17 i' i i i tiii' nroT .D.ri.n
Easter Specials Meat Dept.
1 1 Pun
10 III. pull Wlfl
premium Lard
it ii. , mills iri s
Premium umi
i lompoundi
iier poaad
Iirgc nr 61h
t'rleiMi
Medium r :i ih.
CrkaM
Small nr i ih
Crieee
I iesh ciuintry liann.
at i daaan
l-'ult I'fi'iun t'heese.
(HI Imiillll
Tail Hale's i nr
Milk, per can
I leges:
lets
git, per
package
Sl)c
$2.M
$1.54
25c
$1.91
44c
38o
12c
$1.42
5c
T. n hum I A U
H.mp
iVr i'uo "f 100
h.itu
ltl(4M4't IlljrliH I; li
kiiIIi.ii lirw Mouth
OMtt H tii . MM h
Mi I PniflWi
i Ottfld
Tw ptiun.l tit k;it'
Mil In
pnn K ' It.ikinK
Powiir
one pound pmiJmsv 0
1 1 'offMi pf pound
n pKk" KatonfoM or
IpAfltlOttl for
ft
l i t tit h aj iirrpurt'il
MOOtaaafdi t'iicll
tdftUV Snhlcr'H (hill
Sitiift'. rut h . . .
:t r'I.M I or Ti
78c
$7.75
$1.10
69c
25c
lie
15c
49c
24c
14c
34c
24c
in r Meal Department is nw
in i tin r ire nf Mr. sievi' sun.
drfacm, fonuaflj wiUi Tniii-
r'm Sit 4. wlui Mill he ifUwl
III Uift frtelltls.
t'artlflad Baeotti arhata t(t(
' half, per pound 4C
Ccrttflsd ii.ini". arhala qp
ur halt aar aotuid .)("
Family slue Hums,
per pound . OC
i-.im f..i rallad Rib QOn
It. .list, in JwC
t'..rn feil Chu. k llnnsl nn
pat pound MvfC
Plata Pun. -a f-
per puuiiil J iH
i urn fane Serins 4
Lamb LaaVi par pound. . fJrOC
I'lra I'urk Mhiisiiks, (Jf I
per pound 1 , i)C
HamburtoTi -t c
per ptiunil XOC
Kresh 'if IVoguaa, Qflrf
per pound oUC
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES FRESH STRAWBERRIES
Our Fruit ami Vegetable Department is complete. We have everything
the market affords. Small Grapefruit, 8 for 26c. Large Grapefruit,
2 for 25c
THE ABOVE GROCERY PRICES ARE GOOD AT ALL OUR STORES
Store No.
1
700 Weit Park
Phone 0-786
Store No.
2
Tenth and Elgin
Phone O-l 282
Store No.
M04 East Hodge
Phono 0-624J
Store No.
4
rhone o-l 70S
IMirlty Market
11 ml l.niirr;
Big Quit Business Sale
9 a. m. This Morning the Doors Open
to the Pubic the Largest Retail
Grocery Stock in the City
Be here. Search your cellars and your pantries and buy for to
day and the future. We save you money on every dollar you
leave with us. No relief in siht. Nothing equals this opportun
ity which comes to you more often than y our ow n work, than
when you neglect to go and look for opportunity. Our sale is
the one.
THE WORLD WILL TELL YOU
1
W. W. NEWSUM
E. K. Douglas, Sales Mgr.
311 S. Boulder
ielicves mQwcl
r ooze mo in eofrs"

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