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TUt.SA DAILY WORLD. THURSDAY, MAY 27. 1920
OFFER TO RESIGN
i'I.IU;. M.iv .
! I.i: nu mm ihhlf drive of the
K.lls Jlrou po.-t, American lclon,
has rMi!'pt In mi .nMitliin.ll niem-
pned of une woman irom c.uh
waul, namely i-irei ward, ,ur
Oeorfjc Waters, Second. Mis l'nut
Men". Third. Mr Paul S Mwnn,
The result of 'and Fourth, Mm. Spcllman John
A mem. rouiiiv chairman, wim ui
n n 1 ''' rhli nf 11.', mukliis ioi.il or ins.
11 l ir Is believed ttilii will Rimy to over
.00 within tin- hear futtiie.
POST A CITV. May 26 A move,
ment If on loot to transfer Antr
township In Noble county In raw
ACTION IS UNDECIDED WVT$tiJx:
Freeling May Not Submit
Them to Governor Men's
l- ferendtlm will bo held oli the prop-
thittDM some time hum year.
XMWKIItlC. .May 2. The boaid
of dcucutlon hua culled a special
election for Frlny of thlM week to
vote mi additional levy of elRht
tcnths of a mill, muKltiK the 1920
hvy th full Icicn! tutnl nf, U. mills,
as aituliist H..' lor the jirnit yenr
II It A MAN, May Iffi. prof. J. R
br Aoctil rri stt vir.
OKIJvHOMA (MTV, May 2.
nefilsnatlons wore tendered today to
(ho attorney Koncral by W alter I " catnarer, for Mx veara superintend
Owen, county attorney and Hornby ' '
rounty commlnaoners or Alfulfu
county. The uttorney iwmenil wild h
lit undecided iih to whether In- will
present the resignation to the gov
ernor. The attorney penenil recently In
vrstleated reports Unit officials of
Alfalfa county were muklnp apotyilu
tlons with private fund In connec
tion with the purchase of a new
county poor farm. Transaction In
which Owen and Youmr were .mid
to have been Involved weie can
cellefl noliert A. Mcltirney
Funeral Director Prime 456-1.1
903 South Main
Dilr.lin III kihv hprp hp inlvniirml
the hluh arhoul to tin .'ull accredited
TONKAWA. Mny :6.Vhen Miss
tieilnirte Howe announced yesterday
lnr encasement to Huel Morse shej
'iu it. kiwiik a picnic uinznson u
Hip youna; I idles of the l.nyal Daurh-
rirunnllltlun For the last
coiiin' a bii(f was linnded each kuchi,
who found i cut inutile Inscribed
with 'in ai.nount'ment.
1 NDWKII K Mav .'C The repub
lie in women of t In.-, city havp organ
tfd fir the i impalqn by ihp clec
.' .ii e'Pv. itivn eommlt'ee com-
dirk, damp places 'fej ro.ichcj fc'fl&r r
nies. Several thorough applies- vvi ?
Sj tiotu will rid your house of the v Svr."
"Tr. "a"!', ghostly things. Not a j;
poison. No danger to humans. C
i r- r'ii r V ' -
i,,!o'f'n MMqniionli Run loaded with (vS
r, iim Mu. rotnto, Hofstra ISc. ffcTlSsSM?!'
""1 PkajRe 25c. 50c ESKjSi
HOFSTRA MFG. CO. kiS96
fyj SI7 N. ClieycniiP. TuNn, OUln. -Jtf ;j&j4m
PONC'A CITY. .Hy 26. l'r the
f nut tli time within the past U'
monthM lr. t.' v. Arrendell of thin
cltv h.m had nn automobile stolen
from Mini Moiiuay ntRiu a in w
llulck wm taken from In front of hl
oflce while the streets were crowd-
f.rl Olliru rfti.tpn hmi n MtllrH 1
PulKO coupe end a IJodfce, and n"l I
the lrit named wn ever recovered
PONCA CITY, May 2 --lilght
rounllPs of .northern Oklahoma arc
now organized bv the national wheat
Mreoclm.i'n ith a t'ltnl member
ship of approximately 10.000. It is
understood that Ku county lends
with B.noo membetH. The price for
the 1020 wheat ciop was fixed re
cently at the national convention at
Hutchinson, Kan , at 1 3 13 a bushel
which the fanncis will tek
mi.UNClS, M.iv 26 - The retail
yard of the Amrri' .in Lumber com
l anv of Ponca t'ltj at this place has
beiri inlJ to the Foster companv nl
lendv pioprletorn of a sltltiB nf oil
field .ird, and tbr Thompson I-d-better
v,r I li.f lieen purhise t by
the Plekerlnp compnnv nf Tulsa an,)
Alabama Lady- Says We Im
pose on Nature by Over-
eatinfr. but Thcdford's
Make You Feci
conso:id,ited with Its own plant Thu
I educes our fur lumber i.irdn to
NKUKllfK. -May 2H. A new
American Ix-len poat hai been
formed here, the Otto A. Abbott post
The official roster Is. Commander.
.1. H n fry Jones; adjutant. Moync
l.eluhty. tre.lsurer, John Or.iln.
fccrvlce officer. Milton ) Ane
chaplain. Karl C vun Dusen, hlsto
dlan. Cl;o M Curry, athletic officer
Walter C. Albertl. and searKeant at
arms, lUy llljiterstaff
Iloliert A. Melllnipj
Funeral Director Phone 456-171
50J Houth Main Ailvt
llrokvn Arrow Brief h
liKOKKN AltllnW. May :ii The
(1 I: annu. ineininl.il M'trnmi
and Peioiatloii ill) ibsciiine will
lie louituned Into otic m'Uho this
.ear ali.l will be hel.l Sundav aftpr
I noon, beKltliiltlR with a .e.i m u.'l
cal program under thr illicit li ui ot
Mrs M C William. n i, ihc mi'iun
;rl,il address at the t'hriathn church.
I At the conclusion of the church "rv.
I Uc a line of match will be formed
, to l'ai k (lioc temttny when.
itrnes wil; be strewn with flu and
1 flow et
, Vn I'iRhl weeks tcm of summer
school opened i the crnde h n
iMilldins Moiid.n nun n ids under tlh
dlreclimi ot Mls Pearl I.Tnkharl sil-
pet intendent elect Ot the iPRiilar
h i ni or It'okCi Arrow elu acliool
I The sutniner term will be dented to
Hpeelal and review work of public
' si hunt pupil
I The oppiilnc of the loi.il h.i.-eiull
Ifi iison will Jake place Huntlnv after.
noon with a name between the t'ni.
iter oil tiim of Tilsi and Hmken ,i.
,imv This name, whldi was post-
poned from Inst Hinulnv on accouiu
Of the r.nn, will be ualleil after the
'peroration day exercise A ban I
'stun,! and other Improvement v II
Ri'iet the publli on Its flrl lsl this
iseimon in thr incal pall puk
' Thr I Vn" "iti, miioo' !i..l
ed'.e.l,i with a picnic bv the pu
PIIk and patron and a big Tinner nn ,
t. ............. i
K It ll iriiin, H II. Mid tbtnn i nd
J M Morrow, lioarr) of ippi.tl(rs.
hae lompleted their work "f up
I iiilsetm ti and appoi tinnment In
paving iltitiiuts I. 2 and I and have
given nnllce to property owners af
fected that a meetlnit of the hoard
ol town trustee vv II lir held ait 'hr
vening ot Monday. June 3, far the
purpose of heurtiiK and 'uIJuhII'ik
uiiv lomptaiiits or olijei-tionH thai
mny b mudp roncerninB the ap
pi alsrinent or apportionment nf the
benefits to the InUV'hanteabln with
ihr runt of p.tvlne
John V. Kenedv reiiirned Werlnrs
dm .from a peveral dais' vm in
Iviuimh City, looklnrr after huslnesn
TO NAME OKLAIIomTqUEEN
Itnlierteon Asked to DeslirnAtei
llcaiity for Colinn Festival
OKLAHOMA CtrV, May 26
Onvernor Hobertson today received
from Governor W P Hobby of
Texas an Invitation to nominate a
beautiful girl of Oklahoma to rep
resent the tate as a prlnceen at the
coronation ceremonies of Klnn and
Queen Cotton at the Texas cotton
palace exposition to be held next No
vember at Waco. IJnrh slate hsa
been Invited to send a princess to
THE NATIONAL INJECTICIPE-
I'alr.t Roctf, Aln. Hecommcnd.ng
Thedf'ord'a riTaek-nraught to hei
friends' and nelqhbore, Mrs. Maiy
Mahnln?, of t-hls place says; "I
never have and never expect to flm
a ".better medicine thin Mick
UrauRht. Wlien I've had a cold and
ripoed laxall-e, I ured llluk
nraiiRh, I U5o It for sour stomach,
heartache and liidlges'lon, and l
does the work.
"I believe most Ills we have are
lcnued from Inactive liver. '.Vo hn.
j pore on nature by avcr-eatliu;, and
then th liver don't net. We are lazy
I n nd no-aceounl. It .a hard for us tfi
do our work, and we'd cut real slch
If we didn't tako sohinthlnir, The
best remeiy - have found yet is
niack-PrauRht. It doesn't leave you
constipated, and I feci bolter after
taklni; a round of it,"
Made from purely vegetable lnre.
dlents, Plaek-Pi-auht aetf. In a nat
ural way, and Is free from the bid
after effects ct eo many mlnerii
f!rt a package today Re sure that
lt,bear the word "Thedford's."
Thedford's Is the only penulne
lllack-IraiiBht liver medicine.-
A 10-Day Tube
of Pepsodent is
sent to all who
ask. See coupon.
See How It Pays
To beautify the teeth
Alf statements approve by high dental authorities
Millions of people now employ a new teeth
cleaning method. Millions of white teeth
show the results of it. This is to urge a ten
day test, to show what it means to you.
They fight the film
This new way combats film that viscous
film you feci. That is what clouds teeth and
what wrecks them. Most tooth troubles are
now traced to film.
. Film clings to teeth, enters crevices and
stays, If not removed it hardens. Then
ponth after month, between your dental
cleanings, it may do a ceaseless damage.
It is the film-coat that discolors not the
teeth. Film is the basis of tartar. It holds
food substance which ferments and forms
acid. It holds the acid in contact with the
teeth to cause decay.
Millions of germs breed in it. They, with
tartar, arc the chief cause of pyorrhea.
The ordinary tooth paste docs' not dissolve
film, so the tooth brush leaves much of it in
tact. Thus very few people escape tooth
troubles, despite the daily brushing.
Now dental science has evolved a film com
wtant. Five years of tests have amply proved
The New-Day Dentifrice
A scientific film combatant which, after 5 yenrV testa,
is now advised by leading dentists everywhere
its efficiency, trending dentists now every
where advise itt And it is embodied for your
daily use in a dentifrice called Pepsodent
an ideal modern tooth paste.
Sent on request
A ten-day test of this new method is sup
plied 'to all who ask. Thus millions have
seen the results of it.
Pepsodent is based on pepsin, the digestant
of albumin. The film is albuminous matter.
The object of Pepsodent is to dissolve it, then
to day by day combat it
Pepsiri must be activated, and the usual
ngent is an acid harmful to the teeth. So this
metho,d long seemed barred. But science has
discovered a harmless activating method, so
active pepsin can be every day applied.
Send the coupon for a 10-Day Tube. Note
how clean the teeth feel after using. Mark
the absence of the viscous film. See how teeth
whiten as the film-coat disappears.
Sec the results and let our book explain
them. Then judge for yourself what is bcst
for you and yours. Cut out the coupon so you
Ten-Day Tube Free
THE PEPSODENT COMPANY, !
Dept. A, 1104 S. Wabash Ave., J
Chicago, 111. i
Mall 10-Day Tube of Pepsodent to J
Omv on tnh to a family,
CrtM,lt 1 9 jo, TV, ILm .1 Kirr-.il.iau
The Big Hour Commencement
Probably the biggest hour in a fellow's life ;as he lpoks back
on it in after years. Really it is but a few moments that commencement
speech but it seems an hour; you will never get through it. And every
one SIZING YOU UP from the caps of your new shoes' to the way your coat collfjr facts. That
is one time when a follow wants to bo SURE know absolutely that his appearance is right.
He can be sure of it if he is in n famous suit of ...
They are not only real American style but they
have that indefinable somclhinu you recognize it the
moment you get into them a personality that spells
"good appearance." It is more than just splendid de
signing and elegance of tailoring and beautiful materials.
A Kuppenheimer suit drapes and breaks differ
ently when you stand, when you walk when you are
seated. It makes you look well dressed alive smart
' full of self respect means that you have good judgment.
Kuppenheimer good clothes are an investment in
"good, appearance' and noro, they arc an investment
in wear and economy.
Commencement is net so very far away. Better
not wait until the rush -of many things the last few
days. Come, select your suit now let us have plonty
of time to select tho right model tho suit that tunes
exactly to you. ,
Sec the window displaiiH. . .. ,
, Your Choice of $50 Suits
Each suit a spring style, just
received. Strictly hand-tailored
by Kuppenheimer or our
tailors at Fashion Park. Ma
terials arc strictly all-wool;
single and double-breasted
Your Choice of $63 Suitft
Here is a wonderful collection
of suits for men nnd young
men in this spring's newest
styles. Actual $6 and $65
values. Made by Kuppenheim
er nnd Fashion Park. Re
duced now to
Your Choice of $73 Suits
A great variety of fine wors
teds and new pattern cassi
meres may be had from our
regular stock of $73 and $75
suits at this special near cost
And Here are the Finest
Select from one hundred
and nineteen Kuppenheimer
or Fashion Park regular $85
hand-tnilored suits. Every
stylo is included stouts
stubs and regulars
Specializing on the finer
clothes for men and young
men, we offer in this price
range the finest $95 hand
tailored garments from Kup
penheimer and Fashion -Park.
Here is a choice selection of
the finest woolens and the
finest tailoring obtainable
from anyone anywhere. To
duplicate these suits- under
$110 to $125 wounld bo impossible
Tulsa's Livest Leading Men's Store
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