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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1020
GIVE CAR THIEF
5 YEARS IN PEN
Sentenced Half Hour
After Pleading Guilty
to Stealing Auto.
ADMITS FORGERY TOO
Herman Turner Bound Over
OH Check tailing Offense
at Sapulpn Yesterday.'
PP'riiil to Ths WerM
BAPULrA, juti. io. Herman
Turner. alias Hi rntan Akr. 20
yHH who was (fiintrd by
ittv-riff Ahner Hruoe at Wlchltu,
Kan . June K. fur thf ttuft of a
Chevrolet Miitnmci'll,' from t'onley
Bank Of Uruinrlithi June 4, plead
gi.llty to graml lap'ftiy before JtltUi I
tins rilt hen- thl aftfinoon and
wax srrilenrecl to flv.' yr.ir In th
mate penitentiary by upertor J udge
.; lord R. wiirox within hall an
M;ix M'ycrc local elotnlng Mora
proprietor, find nn Information
amtrist Tnrncr. nllaa Ak in, rharir
lnt iiccond degree forgery, a few
minutes after the flint m'tltetirM won
patted. The prisoner mi arraigned,
before justice Puti u aeoond time
anil pled BJiity lo raisin n cheek
frum 14. H' to Mo.n ani wax bound
over to the district eoUN lo be mi m-
teneed later on the eeeond eharge.
The prisoner wuh not plated In
Jail from the time of hlM u trout by
Sheriff Ilrticn two d'lys ago until
after he pled aullty to the foifl ry
ebarac after helnt; mntoncril for the
automobile theft. Aooordlng to
Oounty Attorney Vrod A Bpeakman,
this in record for quirk work.
Die beard of Ireeholden headed iy j
r, M Otti , former conniv Judge,
and la n -v heme pgbllatied It l
not esie J that u wile will be j
nk'n on We Change until the reu
IH priniaty in AOguat,
Sl.lt'K. .lune HI Arrangements!
are biln ni-ide ! official! of the
company i . i put an ftretolieol
treighi and paeaenger traaaparta!
tloti between llrlstnw and Click. a
dlatanee of II mile. Paeaenger I
triilix will meet all Krtaro trains ut I
M AI.ESTKU. .tune 10. The Roy)
Hc-i'it summer outln In the cantp,
of PHleburg lake Ml been poat i
ponv'1 to .1 1 1 v 20 This waa made1
neeeseary liei-.nise the cement or-1
di led for the COIiet rUCtlOn of a
Wlmmlng poo ha not been dc.
NORMON, .tone in The fourth'
Pt.it' ene im m nt of Hllit:K'e will
be held at the Full" ' reek .isacm'ly
in the Aibio kli' mminMlns 1 'kla-
iinm.i Baptisti boiho yean sgn bur
ebaaed the camp arnunds. whl h
were formerly occupied by the uni
versity geology department each
eprlng and fall where etudrnte are
; taken for field work.
PAWHITIKA, .Inne 10 The
; Identity "f Herndon Koehier.
i harged with the robbery of the
t ank at lliirkhnnk. nn the man
ehoea body area foggd in Bird creek
aouth of Blgheaii a month ao, wa.s
j lex.iiiy eatabllahed by the verdict of
i the coroner'i Jury, which waa that
Koehier came to hl flea'h by gun
shot wound by parties unknown.
Him fix-nils claim that he wan In j
noeent of the rime, ha1 Unit the:
murder committed by gtM who
at'ALEiTKR, .lune 10 r.epubll
an politician, who havo b"n mil
eaci in thus fur. lc.iped Into the a itnc
Tueaday with the announcement of
the candidacy of .1 U dhltiah nger
for the enngreattonal nontlnntlon.
and four gaplranti for lexiel.itlve
johi. namely ,t a retpertnati of
Hartshorns, .1 B Alien of Pittsburg.
li C I ind It H Mai hew e.
both of MoAleater
PONCA CITY .tune to William
Wauah. former OommlStlOllsr llvln
In the northwest part of Kay coun
ty. h;is an csit record that la hard to
beat He owns a flock of 4M white
Leghorn hens, and during the
months of March and Apr.i gathered
SMsS egg, Of Which ho sold .0"0
for Setting at tt return of ll.tUto.
Had he not raled the food for the
feWlS be estimates that would have
Coal hint which would leave
ft profli of I'i'iO for the setting !
a Ions ' or over tl per head for each
A new combination of protractor
and spirit level v I'e need with hand
drill enabled hnlea to be bored ads
ourateiy it deal red nnciea.
-dC vVr fd -iv Yvk Wllhont nuiiditiOBl
M'AI.KSTER. Juno 10.- lealna
tlon nf the McAleater.PclpIo road as
a StatS hlRhwny wae asked for In a
resolution passed by the county cm
gJilMloiicrH at their lant meeting. The
rSml traverses a rich farming dis-
rilKROKEE, June 10 Oeorge
It. Newton, county anient, la author
ity for the statement th.it the flfgl
cuit.tiK of alfalfa la less than a third
of the uhuuI bountiful supply. The
shortage Is attributed lo the lack of
CHBROKBB June 10. The char
ter for the city manager form of
government haw been prepared by
Kit tnotstns. SeaJtaj. entr.
raaMdj tktM all of ( tEuarv
las pais ! f Surai mltta. niu.
nlw. SOX. ssa anteklt lel Ik,
UIiit. MiSiiiai koSUS taSas
from rur Sraaetax
If lll'NT'S SAI.VE falla la th
treainrm of ITt'H. I' FM X,
ri wo w on si .Tx-rrkn or othet
Itrbloc skts 4leaas. Pries
TV al itrnielau. or alr(t frora
4.1 Utimti la i Mxwixtav
Not a few styles hut a diversified assortment that
permits of a most exacting and pleasinK choice.
Straws that are a pleasure for us to sell likewise for
you to wear. In fact, they are straws you'll not find
duplicated anywhere at the price.
Priced $3.00 to $10.00
Holmes Clothes Shop
223 SOUTH MAIN
oAll to be Made Like New
For One Cent Each
Every member of the family uses DY
ANSHINE. For footwear of every
kind from satin pumps to heavy old
army shoes white, tan or black they
may be dyed and shined at the same
time, and it's all a matter of pennies.
DYANSHINE does its work quickly
and easily, and it's harmless. No won
der then that DYANSHINE is the
only preparation that actually dyes and
shines and at the same time is a pre
servative of leather.
t oa nr habk Drr.i&Tiarn
?o On MrOjOly.
TIONS Have leather clean.
TO DYE, spply without
shaking bottle. Then ap
ply thin cost AI'TER
shskin. When dry rub
TO SHINE, shake well,
kress out surplus DYAN
HINK from dsuber at
neck of bottle, and apply.
Don't use much. The dsu
ber may be almost dry.
Then tub with soft cloth
Complete instructions oa
DYES AS IT SHINES
50 SHINESSO CENTS
DYANSHINE may be purchased in Black,
Cordovan Brown, Nut Brown and Light Tan
at the best gtorei. Remember: You may be
disappointed not only in quantity and quality
if you accept a substitute, but you may injure
your shoes and ruin the leather.
Barton Manufacturing Company
Di'tributing 'ranches: Cincinnati, Atlanta
ii miii 1111
Copyright 1920. The House of KuppaJiauicrJ
It Looks Like Rock Bottom!
In New York TODAY, many clothing manu
facturers are begging merchants to buy all-wool worsted
suits at $30 wholesale.
Of course these Suits are NOT hand-tailored and therefore don't compare with
our high grade lines from Kuppenheimer and Fashion Park. But a month-six weeks ago such
a smash was undreamed of. ,
Then the markets began to break and the word went around, "don't let the public
hear it." That hurt our notion of fair play. We fieel that the public ought to know the sen
sational news, and ought to know just what it means.
No manufacturer owns any part of this store nor is there any merchandise in
here that isYiot paid for and the man who owns this store intends to run it. We will not be dictat
ed to by either the manufacturer or any clique or combination of merchants, for price control.
We say clothing prices are lower. This is THE store in Tulsa that is putting prices
down. Before you buy compare prices and quality you'll save some money.
$50 Suits now
Reduced to. . . .
$65 Suita now
Reduced to. . .
$75 Suits now
Reducer) to . . . .
$85 Suit, now
Reduced to. . . .
$95 Suits now
Reduced to. . . .
$110 Suits now
Rijduced to. . . .
Tulsa's Livest Leading Men's Store