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TULSA DAILY WORLD, 1TKSDAY, APRIL 13, 1920
OPEN HEARING OF WANTS BUBGLAR INSURANCE SELL PARK TRACT
GULF OIL CHARGE:
Government Attempts to11 " '",lrlct rl M
-, i . ilny liv Mrs W. V. Holing, tigti
Prove Company Made tii0 Nntionm surety company,
'Affirm 11oiiM Itri'iiUoi'M Tool. Sl.tltlO
ItlitliKiiiil Ring; Sue.-. Sinrly
.IililKlilclit (or 1 .000 was a'ked II. i
petitioner clalmlni: her homo iu 1 " 0 1
South Iionver avenue was robbed
,,lune ' .1 l!M!, ill tllilf when Mie
i nr niiTiurrKM-n I irnr t crriMl InitKiar Itisurniieo nf $2,000
100 WITNESSES HERE-nr?&,
, kllOW II pCnKUl lUdk II ll:i IMDllll I I UK
v.iiucil nt ll.onn from the hnu unit
Railroads Watching I'Vciyhti"""" !' property ims -m been n-
, , , , covered, shf demands the Insurar.ic
Hate CnSO Willi Interest Icnrnpany pay her for her low".
Juror Fails to Return. ;
The trial of the case of the United j
Flute against ttio Half Refining
(onipnny of l'ort Arthur. Texas, was I
begun In tho federal court before I
Judge II. I.. WIIIIiiiiin yesterday aft- 1
rrnnon. Tile oPulllltir statements of I
.ounsel for thu government ami for ... , , .
Hie rcflnlnn company wore niiiili. If there I to ho nny daylight
howiug that tlic contention lir the saving In Tulsa It will bo through
c:wc 1h whctlior or not tho refining U)0 m-tlonii of those who nrlso one
"'ml!il",.Hm, ,rr.,.int 'tnny Thi I " '"" ttm -""ternary. nn.1
Miscrlmlnnt ng freight nito. Ihe j thrmiK,, i,inMM men who open their
tiOVPrillllclu luotio.m umi ,..,.,. lf l.ii.lncsB l 7 ,,'rloct n-
nihff tint ni'iv fin eonmanv or i . . . . ... . . . ..
Mean or a iiciock. or ?i ti chick in
stead of 9 o'clock, whlcht'Vcr It nmy
bo. That win tho iittltuilo shown
by the Klawnnls club nt Its regular
TO LET CLOCKS ALONE
Klvwiiiliilit t "tin I it l in hi si j Oppose
Changing TlmcplccoM (o Nino the
Raj light Till" Siiiiiiner.
ATTEND W. C. T. U. MEET
Tn Mi ii-, t.oltiK to lliiiki ii rin mill
to 1 l:i 1 1 tx It l- (.ittlli'ilUK (
Ml.-. I.1I11I1 1. I,iih1.-, ount
Plislrtent of the f. T I', mill,
j Mrs. Rlohnrd V. iliirMWi. ouiit
tica-uter mill president of the
i.S'oith Hide union of Titian, nceoni-
li.tti l.'il b Mm J. ii llltiiliimn, will
kii io Hroken At row today to iiiwIM
III the oiUHiilSMlInn of H V. I'. T. I'.
Tulati women who will ko to the
nil dny V. ('. T. V. nKinnul meetln
for 1'itlm. Ciiek, Wwihlngton, ami
linKi'M lOiuilleR In lliirtlf'KVtlle to
niotrow lire Mr. Miutimv, Mm
Jom phlne l.uhl, Wnte V i: T t'.
. - .. t.... l tl',..,,,1 Mva
, t . . . ., . iri'HBlll IT. .Ml llil .M.
i.osirn mm ween rci oniineiioeii in inn ,, ... ,, , nirfri nt Hi.,
city con.nilnnlon that thin Broun.l be I r ZZZi Vbom
apf.rHHe.l n,l ,.. The lippr.!..,!. ' , ,?, Vrm Tutan
., ...i .t innan county. Mr.
Theip fp acrPH In the pmk
TO IMPROVE REST
Seven Acres of "Wood
ward to Bring 930,000
It Cost $100 Per.
!cvi it acr of Wooilunnl park re
In be Hold that lunilrt may bo oh
tnlttPil with which to properly enulp
anil enre for tin rest of the park.
N It (Irnhum, pr'.-Milent of thu park
board, nnlil lam nh;ht. The park
Mndnny will act n
t'huiimun of reiiolutionii ni thp men
Hart woubl leavo 2U ucren. ' ' ' V- 1 ' ' V. . ! x I WviuiV It
"The park boaul hnn ma.lo num. ' orn.in mH "V".,
eioun r.'.uet of the exclno b(Ull I Tuli will nlno be a cpeak.r.
FOR 'ALL ABOARD'
Funds From Tulsa Musi
oal Comedy to Go to
Boy Scout Camp.
fi ii" h i in m .lie ti.unL alul at
iii of t ' i perfornmn e
Mi 'i Marion I cill'r HI oil n. whnsc
I ill' iik ban I'i'i ;i iuIiiiIiimI bv in i n
' li i! people In to be one of the feu
i-ircH of ' All Aboard ' Khe will be
-nil diiilni; tlio thlnl net lu mi
CKVpllai' iliincn, The KPtthiK for
Ibm act alone leprimentH on e
peiolltuie of nujil) (1.000.
The play oonl.nnii thrco bl iiciji
and ten Hcenof MuhIci Im to b
i furnlxbeil b n iin-plei'O oreheiitrii
I under illiertloli i'l H. I. Alillek.
duntr tho Ovimy Oil company or
Ttilwi, nu affiliated concern, nhlpped
.iPlliehoad tin fiom ICIcfer. .lonkn
mil nrumrlKht to l'ort Arthur, Tex-
.i nn Tinreflnod nnptha. thun obtain
UK a rate of 10 H cent, when In
i net the product uhlppcd should have
patil it rate 134 conts Kreater. Thin
lie n-flnlnc company denleH. clockn one hour, ho far n It would
Thero wero about 100 wltnmsm In chmiKo buslneHH hours hut not ef
.iitendance ymterday when tho In- feet trnln BcheduleH waH mad by
-oiluctlou of ovldcncc wan bcRUn. Albert II. Hell, a former prcMdcnt
it in espectod that two wpom win n , or mo ciun.
.....i..,,i in im. ilio efiHO. TIiith are! There fol
for funil to equip Woodward park,"
Mr. (Irnhmn kukI. "but each time
our reipient hui bemi refii!"d. We
finally decided Ii wan better to oelt
a part of the mouml ho we .nlwlit
obtain HiIh Rreatiy-nneilod money
'I'he HOVen Hcrim In devoid of treeii.
and tan realty be npnted without In
juring the pink ,il all."
Seven yenm ac the city paid 13.
(00 for tho K.-jund that Is now
Woodward park, or lioo an acre
TKANSI'OHTATION- Cl.fH MHITI'S.
Col. .1. C. UVIell of New Vork Im
liuot or Honor at Mcctlui;.
t'ol. .1. C. Well ll of New Yolk wiih
the prim Ipal Hpeaker at the ineelliiK
of the TraiiHpotlatb'li dub. held lani
nlKht nt the V. M. r. A. HpeaUlmr
of the tlovflopmelit of the oil in-
liiHtiy and 11m counetlloii Willi th
'I'he henxy niUanee nnl of tlrketii
ImtlcnlPH iintUt.iiiinlh that Tulxa
In gftllnK nbnnnl for "All Abnnrd."
t!ip mimlcnl coimilv to bp nIvpii ai
Convpfitlen hall on thp nlnliH of
April tn and .'1 under mmpb p,i of
tho TiiImIp club
Thoiw who are biivluit lleketn not
only expect to one of thu miap
plent luunleal pla eer inimed In
Tulmi, even hi proft'nnlntinln ppr
formpr. but liny me almi helpliiR
lo mnkD pimalble nu enjoyable iiiiii-
mer ciilnp nt r.lblpiiiah for the)
To Nu Ho) Hi oii' to whom the pro i
fit" fiom the hIihw ale to K'
While tliere will be Heveial prn
frKlnnnU 111 Hi,. r.,s; i,r ' Ml ..Ml'l
I hi' 111,, I. II ii,l'H.,. Mill I f I llpl.MI I
..f Tn .f-.m- T.i, r wiii-i.nuc lvu;h!
Ki'lionl 3 1 r Im are M !. In l'ie rlloru.
tlo nt e ,iIchihi i en, ,,t ,, r
ill, it ttiMV in. dd a t"ii'ii "f put a Ide
WANTS ci,i;.h tiim: to i.ami
Itiitliael I .toy tl AfftniH llii'il She
Miuli" Wom WiiiiiKfull) Hei oiiletl.
AlleKlOK a ilrctl wlllt'll nhe iniiile
to her properly wan wroimfully filed
nnd recorded, milt wan biourjtit yen
terilav by liachnel l.lod HffalliMt
Itnlph I' Klntler to clear title to the
ennl ti ;i neien of lh nouih V 'J arrm,
.'(I-20-I2, Tulmt rounlj.
Dip pptltloner slat en thnl on Keb
iiiiry loio, Mhe enteted Into mi
iiKreeineni with Merrill (ll.mn for
i tin nile of the propiily mid made
out i he tier 1 which nhe pliiCPil III
the halidn of Joe I'errlne, her nKent
The contract win later lancelled hIiii
,liiint 'up i ni tie t ibHleiPd the
deed to Kinder with hnr authority,
ritl now uU. I to have tin deed net
ARRESTED IN "CHOC" RAID
.Hill WllllniiLM In Held h) (utility fori
1'iiI'moii of liiliixIninlM. '
AM Puled In a tnlil liinilo on a
"ehofi" Joint lit HawHon Hatiitiliiy
iilKlit. Jim William U hold In Hip
.'oiinty jail awaiting arraignment on
Hie charco of poiieloii of tntoxl-
sheriff .lumen WooIIpv, with .1 I'
llnrnett and N. II. jimley, iteputlen,
innipf p.'ire wneie t ,ite , . km,.,
nt Weft Tllln.1, DnWMin, Yale ami
lib Kmi HHtuidny i lulit, and il.tiov
id none ( tin ii I.00U gallium of Hie
'bpilil. No ntieotM weie uiiib e
I'l In the cane of Wllllnnii. whom
Sheriff Woolley elalmn ;i,i bun
twice warned to ilcxini fiom m'IIhik
tlll llillir. Mun the i.iriierH on
their loiontri of ttie county S.itui.biy
utxht iiHo In found WlllluiiiM In I'iih
nenmon i.f In k,ioum of vlmc b.
Wan atleKled and In on K h ' to II"
rountx .mil on mi lnfoi illation fllnl
iKiin't hin In the couiily couit.
'CalU Inten liuiili U'otld .Mino.
I'n'H.'ntuMoii of the plan of the ln
Iim, nun n world inuvenietit Will be
lu.ide by a field team of fiv njlcnli
em In addrPHnen fit the city I lllm on
I'li'lny noon atitl fur all Hu church"
In a mfiMM meetlnK at 111" 1ir.,t l'ren
bvterlan ehuri h at 7:110 i.'' 101 k l'rl
day (vpiiIiik, nncordltifr to the ar
ratiHPinPiit matin yenlordav ' II, C.
(inrrrtt, liitti cluirch canpaiKn 3I
rector, it ml tho ministerial n Imncc
Theio will ho threo mon nn 1 two
women on the fb Id team
Our wlndowi are filled w th Home
KnvliiKH Iliinkn Open a nnviriKN ac
count and net one Km tin v,e Trunt
To 1 1 Krtxt Third ntreei Aiht
Have jour rnnnino. lint r n aneil
mi. i iiinflinil be our exnert hat
ter Sultn cleaned and dj-1 CA
illo ItelUcry SvmIoo
ii.,rrif, I'liiniierM and HnftcrM
III N. Main l'luino O-'JIIO
uy li e Mnwnnin ciun ill lis rcBiimr - I J',,:' , ; liiililrtiilliili pioblem. He told vi
weoKiy lunciieon ill noici itiina yen- , - - "-y " th), (.,irj. hlntory f the oil k'a
leraay noon woeo toe iiayuKio. wiv-, "',i'" "i'i -
liiK nuhject wnn broiiKht up. ! fr neon acre now. Woodwind
A motion in favor of eiintiKlm? I para in loctueu in uio nouiuettBi pari
or tlio city.
There followed a lively tllncUHnrm
of the prnponal by Horaco II.
llniuui, V. II, CiiHcbecr, W. U. Mohh,
Uev. J. W. Abel and nthem. Kovortil
HUbMlttitcH were fiffcred. Then nome
ono muilu a motion to table tho motion.
It wnn paused linanlmoiinly. Kl
rly history of the oil Kiime in
I'ennsylvunla, titid of the xtruMKbs
of tho Indeiiemlent conitiiin with
1 About 100 men were at the meit-
,." ' " ,". . ' i I'"!-' '""I nlKht which wan the flint
.Major l.tnim In Siicak i..fi.t r., ........ n. ,. v.. ,.,.,.,t
The final nieetln of the pennon of ,nKH w,,,.(1 ,,,,, ,,llr1K the war I, ant
nll.iit new olflcern wcie eleittd mil
the club will tned monthly from
now on. I.. M. Klrln. of tho (lulf
l'ipelino company, wan elected prenl
dent for tho present year.
Save Your Hair
noAHiivlniiitmfit lo rUtf IrcrwInitTcit'ttt'Mnf.tf".
i h Ktpii-.atlntif CtUtl,f I I MftiAtft.VtM
I ar DOSE AND IN OOTTUS -IO JOM 6G?
luemberM of the Kcumetilc club will
be held In the KnlKhtn of Cnhimbim
cbibrooniK, .Seventh unit Krlsco, to
nlKht. Mnyo-elnct T. IX levant will
Ktvo an nddrosH alunt; polltkal and
Our windows are filled with Home
SnxltiKH Hanks. Open n Huvlngn ac
Kor jour diillKhtf rn Hike, usn Hed
C'rona lull Hlue In the laundry Hlie
will then Imva that dainty, welt
imm line of iittnrneH for railroads
..nil other companies, present watch
in tho iluvclopmentH.
l'or ii tlmo yesterday It appeared
i but the coho mlKht bo continued.
W. r. l'eathorstone, onn of tho Jur
ors enmaiielctl 1-rltluy lu ino case, --. , ., , , V, ....i,no. ...Fn, WM lnrn navo iiiai niiiniy, wen
as nil iv ed to ko to his home at Siy'n"" ,L 10 "P"1""1 U,nl 11 JV""11. 'imI1, t'xehanRo Trust Kroomed uppearanco that Klrln ad
rcatherstone, with Instructions to ! l "maln tabled. To.. U Hast Third street Advt mr(, r,c Adxt.
leturn by '1 p. in. yesieruay. i-or .
-oinp reason not yet explained, ho
i ailed to return, and the court or-
ti red an attachment Issued for him. I
i :v aKreement of counsel another i
nor was called to take Inn place. I
TOO BUSY TO LEAVE TOWN
Tul-ii .May Not Ho Hcpm-cntitl at
Atlnutli! City C. of C, .Meet.
It 1h not probable that Tulsa will
1. 1 represented at the Kathoiintf of
i iislinsn men called by the chamber
f commorco of the United States
at Atlantic City for April 1!7 to 29.
Most of those who havo been In
'itetl to attend nre now In the midst
if the heaviest business of tho year,
and those interviewed yesterday said
It would bo next to Impossible for
them to leavo the city for any lenRth
of time this month or next.
Thoi-o who wero requested to nt
tpnd uro D. C. llothwell. O. H,
Avery. D. W. Moffltt, Carl K. IJress
er, Henry llornccker, It. M. Mc
I'arlin, Herman Jlucller, C. It.
I'ortcr, .Tnmes I). Render, 10. L. Rob
inson, W. A. Vnndevor and James
House Iireakcrs Get
Away With Big Haul
HurRlur.s entered the residence of
II. ('. I'ntton, 1602 ChicnKo, about 8
. 'clock last nisht nntl completely
nimsackcd the house. A pearl neck
lace valued at 11 GO nnd a ruby rliiR
valued at ?r0 together with an uu
louiatlc revolv.'.- nnd a suit of
clothes were taken. Officer Harry
tir.ives reported tiiut tho men hrolm
throiiKh a rear window nntl ovldcnt
y were professionals and knew their
rrltory brcause ihcro was evidence
ili.it the ?hlevi3 had taken their
nine. All closets, dressers ami
urawurs In tho house wero rum
irked and then' contents scattered
lie ter skelter-, (Slaves mid
Thousands Have Discovered
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets
are a Harmless Substitute
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets the sub
stitute for calomel are a mild but sure
laxative, and their effect on the liver is
almost instantaneous. These little olive
colored tablets are the result of Dr.
Iidwards" determination not to treat
liver and Ixiwel complaints with calomel.
The pleasant little tablets do the
Rood that calomel docs, but have no
bad after effects. They don't injure the
teeth like stronR liquids or calomel.
They take hold of the trouble and
quickly correct it. Why cure the liver
at the expense of the troth? Calomel
sometimes plays havoc with the gums.
So do strong liquids. It is best not to
take calomel. Let Dr. Edwards' Olive
Tablets take its place.
Headaches, "dullness" and that azy
feelinc come from constipation and a
disordered liver. Take Dr. Edwards'
Olive Tablets when you feel "Iocy"and
"heavy" They "clear" clouded brain
and "ierli up" tho bpints. lOcand
Bom in 1839 Dr. Caldwell
Still in His Office Daily
Wonderful vigor of the founder of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin.
Millions now use his famous prescription
Physicians know that good health depends largely upon proper digestion and elimination
and that much sickness results from constipation. No one knows this Letter than
tho "family" doctor, the general practtoner.
DR. W. II. Caldwell of Mon
ticello, Illinois, was nnd is a
family doctor. Tho whole
himinn ltody, not any small part
of it, was his practice. More than
half hit "cnlU" were on women,
children nnd babies. Tlicy ore
tlio ones most often sick. Hut
their illnesHcn were usually of a
minor nature colds, fevers, head
aches, bilioumesH nnd all of
them required first n thorough
cvacuntion.Thcy were constipated.
Dr. Caldwell in the course of 40
years' practice, for he was jfrfld
uated from Hush Medical College
back in 1875, had found n Rood
deal of success in such casc with
o prescription of his own contain
ing simple laxative herbs with
pepsin. In 1892 he decided to
use this formula in tho manufac
ture of n medicine to lie know n us
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, nntl
Sn that year the preparation was
first placed on the market. Tho
picture of Dr. Caldwell that ap
pears on the package was taken In
The preparation immediately
had as great n success in the dm;;
stores as it previously had in thu
doctor's privnle practice. Today
the third generation is using it.
Mothers nre giving it to their
I'liiltlren who were gicn it by
their mothers. Every second of
tho working day someone some
where is going into u drug store to
buy it, for Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
l'epin is selling at the rate of over
6 million bottles n yeur.
Its great success is bused on
merit, on repeated buing, on one
satisfied uer telling another.
Tliere nre thousands of homes in
this country that are never with
out a hot I In of Syrup Pepsin, nnd
tho formulator of that prescrip
tion is fortunately living to sco its
Women, children nntl elderly
ficople nm especially benefitted
iy Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin.
W hile it is promptly clfectivc on
thu most robust constitution nntl
in the inont obstinntelcusns, it is
mild and geutlo in its action and
does not cruise, griping nntl (drain.
Containing neither opiates nor
imrcotics, it is safe for tho tiniest
baby and children like it and take
Every drug store sells Dr. Cald
well's Syrup Pepsin, Keep
bottle in your home. Where
muny livo someone is sure to need
I)H. W. H. CALDWELL TODAY
Horn Slitlbrvlllt, Mo.. March 17, IM9
Dion tin manuf.ctutr ot kit limuut pie
tcrlptlon in tin
In spite of the fact that Dr. CalJ.
urll'j Sjfiuji Pepun is the largeit idling
liquid (dtiiriit jit the uwtU, (here
being over 6 million fcotilci jod each
year, many ho need fti Itenefits hate
not jet used it. If you Iwee not, send
your name and address for a free trial
bottle to Dr. W. D. CaluWIi, jn
Waihfnjton St., Moruicclo, Illinois.
OH WHAT REJOICING
WHOLE FAMILY GREATLY BENEFITTED
And Quaker Herb Extract
Christian Science Lecture
High School Auditorium
I'm nu imtiKluu tho whole family I
nihiiB iiml tho grand obi Ql'AKHR
IIKRH IJ.VrilACT benefiting them
ail In only two weeks time'' Mr. A.
I I'. Collier, who resides at 321 Maple
i Hi... Atlanlu. (;a tlio family con-
sIstH of hl wife nnd two children,
7 nnd K yearn respectively, and him
jsclf. .Mr. Collier said to tho quik
I er Man :
j "I huo been n Hufferer with Homo
rorm or Ntomnch trouble for ten
years, have a great amount of gas,
bloating, belching, bowels badly con
stipated most of the time I havo
tried nlmost every Mntl of medicine
recommended for my troubles. My
nttenllon was culled to the Quaker
I Herb IJxiract about a month ago
by a friend who had used It with
good reH'ilts, so decided would glvo
It ii trial and I want to stato It
seemed lo hit my case right from thu
first day I commenced using It. After
taking It two weokn am feeling fine.
Hut one ot the best thlnga ubout It.
my two little children wero In a
weak, dollcafe. rundown condition,
roMlcsH In their sleep, had dreams,
screaming out In sleep, foul breath
In the morning, dark clrefes under
tho eyes, sometimes feverlnh, pick
ing uf their nose, biting of nails,
Irtegular nppetito and no ambition to
play. We decided to glvo Quaker
Kxtract to the children and I am
j very tluinkful for doing so. for It ha
.acted like magi", for they rest well
cat regularly anil the little roy
color has come back and they run.
pluy, romping nnd Jumping Ilk"
young Iambs and you could scarce.
Iy realiiio the Improvement lu ho
short a lime.
Thu Quaker Mnn Is welcoming nil
who have any form of stomach,
liver, kidney, bladder, blood, ca
tarrh, or ihoumatlo troubles. Quaker
Ktracl $1, or three for f.' ftO Oil
of Halm S5e The Quakor Man Is at
The Quaker Drug more, Tulsa. Ok a
.Sen him nt once If you valuo kooiI
hcnim. Other agents urn tho Rexall
DrtiK Co., Sand Kprlngs: Carnett
Prug Co., Heggs, MeKeehan Phar
macy. Ilroken Arrow; Oiirlanil-l'ln-son
Drug Co., Sklatook, nkln.: Tllg-
hoart Pharmacy. Righcart; flnte
Pharmacy, Hominy, okln.; Neal
Drug Co., Avant, Rexall Drug .Store,
Wyi.ona, Okln . (' ntnil Drug Co.,
Kapulpu. ('kl.'L Advt
Don't Experiment With Catarrh; It
Often Leads to Dread Consumption
You Will Never Be Cured by
Local Treatment With Sprays
Catarrh is n condition of the blood
"lid cannot be enroll by local appli
cations of sprays and douches; tilts
has Iweii proven by the thousands
who have vainly resorted to this
method o treatment.
Catarrh should not b neglected
or epeilmented with. The wrong
iroatmunt is valuable time lost, dur
ing which tho dlsciuio is getting a
ririner hold upon lis victim, and
making It more difficult for oven the
proper treatment to nccnmpllsh ro
sultn. TboiiKh Catarrh makfw Its first
Hiipeantnen in tho nostrils, throat
'i'1 ni' passages, thu diaeasu ho-
conies mom and more nsgravatfil
1 and finally re.iehes down Into ihc
jjungn, and everyone rccoRtilKcs the
I alarming conditions that result when
tho !unrs are afrected. Thus Catarrh ,
may be the forerunner of that most I
dreaded and hopeless of all dim uses,
No local treatment uffords penna-.
nent relief. Rxpei lence ha taught
that 8. H. S. Is the one remedy which i
attacks tho disease, at Itn nourco, tho
blood, and produces natlsfnctory re
sults In even tho worst cased. Ca-'
tarrh ufferem aro urged to glvo i
S S H a thorough trial. It Is old
hy all drugKlsts You aro Invited to
write to the Medical Depfirtmeut for
expert advice a to how to treat your
OWn CJlhe .lllllt-nn nni.b n-, nil, v,w
1 lfil Kulft I.uboratury Atlanta, Uo
Notice to Gas
On and after April 15, 1920, Hie ratca for gas supplied
hy this company will he as follows:
Hrst 1(111,0110 cubic fict, fifty (,',11) truth hi- M. ni. ft.
Nest 1(10,111111 ciilibi feet, roit.ytno (12) ii-iiIn m i- M. i ll. fl.
lu cxivss of 51111,00(1 liiblu fcii, tlilnj-M icn (;I7) (filth per
.m. en. n.
A discount of two (2) cents per M cuhic feet will he
allowed on all hills paid within tho usual payment
period, which will make the net rates 48, 40 and !J5
cents per M. cuhic feet, respectively.
Oklahoma Natural Gas Co.
Plenty of Fresh, Green Spinach
Ask Your Grocer
DAWSON PRODUCE CO.
Beauty of Design
Dress Oxfords and Pumps in hipch
Louis heels and hand-turned light
flcxihlo soles. Suitable for dress
and street wear, in patent, black
and brown lid, also buck.
You may depend on your footwear
boino; abaolutoly correct if it comes
$1.00 lo L
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, 1 1 ! mssssm r msswWW
115 South Main Street
The Aladdin's Lamp
'As the phonograph brings all the world's best
musicians and entertainers to your home
As the moving picture spreads views of all the
world before you while you sit in an easy chair
So the advertising col
umns of this newspaper
bring to you the news of
commerce and industry,
of merchandise and serv
ice. The advertisements are
the shop-windows of the
world's ware s, passed
before your very eyes, that
you may look and know
where to get the full hun
dred cents worth of every
Do you read the advertise
ments regularly every
If not, you're overlooking
the best friend of your
Take time to read the
The very advertisement
you miss may be the one
that will save you the most
money and time and disappointment.
So read the advertisements All of 'em!
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