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WHEAT GOES TO
MARKET IN RUSH
UlkitlJ Room for Stor -
age of New Crop
HARVEST IN PROGRESS
Official Crops In Capital to
Get Action of Furnishing
perl: to Tha VCrld
KlfC A, CITY, Juna IS Through
out thla entire eerMnn of the state,
particularly at the leaa Important
hipping itatlona. tninjh of the 191 II
wheat rfop itui in the farmer's,
handa, i being monad to market
with tha price al around 11.41 par
It h.ia been eatlmad that
10 per rent of the 9 1 9 crop laTIII
an -ar.e furmrra' handa.
Vt .i h wheat baa bee,, marketed
recently at Wla. Her, Rot k. IIiIIIiikhI
and other elation, where evidentlyi
t; lavaion nave t n In a better
tondltion to handle the enmity. In
ore day a time at Bllllnga. the Pat Bailer, waa run down by tfcTdrd eif
.1,?-.f!! n h Z Jlll-'wiy drlf IW Teaaley. Hoth the T. 1 1 1.Kvjl A 1 1. June i :, A inert
the aea lea with onflr one firm 1 uy-! rh,, H wer,. ,.k,.n, ,n .,,,,, )n f fanner, ..f !'h. rokee COUntJ
ln at tt.t .1 bUihet, amounting , minor i,lr;ee. and be ., taken waa held vetrr.l,.v at it,.. .
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fbt ivera that day, Toia waa gald "
h.. the MnroM day that any one cle-;
yator In Hllllnga i'iir hnd
The rush to market, with luat
year'! crop la aupposid to result
, .. .." .'.' I' nr.,, ..., , .i .
from tho eampalii. now tieinp tnade, , ehut Oh at PonOa Ity yaatardaPi ,
to nore the 1H;!0 rrop on the (arm I When MlRea Mary and f'hritlna I'liiHUiora, H. turn
becauaa of the laok of railway trana- Vap alatara. and dauahtera of a OKIaAHOMA imtv June II
portatlon faellltlea. H la eatlmated I wealthy Belgian farmer, were mar- hundred union plagterera who bid
that BO per cent of the 1519 wheatlrlrd to Krank Obiaer, an overaeaa ' been on tonka Inn. won, returning
crop had been marketed within noh'eleran, and Lattre llornirk, reypec- I to work today, their demand! f..r
daya aftereuttlna time, and that notl'lyely. Hoth yottng man are proml- Inerrnaed w.iKea havlntt been uiant
10 per cent will be marketed thla ncnl farmera with oil intereat. A I ed at a conference Intit. night ac-
year your within the aumo period. I dinner to 100 gtieata follown-l tho I eordinu to ii K" It Johnson prei
Cutting the 1M!0 c rop began oerrmony. 1 ident of the Ok la Imma Htate l ',.,. , , .
broadoaat throuphnut Kay county - i tion of Labor. Oonorote flnlahara who
yea'erday and will continue all! OILTOM, June 1 HOUtabraak itrtirk In ajrmpdthy with tha tn
week, with the oala crop coming on i ore have I o hliay .luring the peat (terera alao Ware returning to work
wltl;!n about two wri-kw. ten daya. aome four or five plucea to, lav.
in connection with tha campaign
to gtnre the 1 ft 2 0 crop on the farm. I
the wheat grower aaeoclatlon of thla1
county haa eent Ha aeeretary-treaa-!
urer, Krank J. OOOld of Hlarkwell,1
to Wanhlngtnn I'. '.. with OTOdan
tlala from the National Wheat firow
era aaaoolatlon, which held a big
meeting recently in llutehlnaon,
Kan His mlaaion. with Othera from
different tinrt- of tho country, la to
try and Impreaa upon thoae In au-
thorltv the important neceetdty of'
more cars w hh which to move a I
portion of the 1913 wheal now hold I
and of tha' now being harveated
throughout the middle west
MUST EXAMINE "ALL EGGS
Itnllng lwucil I'rolilhillng Sale of1
TYkihc 1'nfll for oiiaiimpllon. ,
ny Aaeoelated rrrn I tall wire
OK 1 . II, M A i'ITV, June 15. A
ruling maklns Ha a misdemeanor,
piinlahable by fine, to eell egga in I
Oklahoma wlfloh are unfit for hu-j
ntRn COnauipption waj leaned today
by Dr A It. Lewie, state health!
commissioner The ruling wae made
effective as of June 1.
Tho ruling provides that all eggs
offered for snie must be nxumlncl
e.nd accompanied by a certificate
Dealers buying ov-ps outside tha
n it., fur reaale in Oklahoma must
Ulp and retain a room for hand
ing such oges if not : I
rv a cert iicat.-. ine punnet nruvo ea
Ttie ruling definea the various
l laaea of eggs which are not aale
a Savings Account
ONE OF THESE
A few centa l.nvl "Ilanderina." 1
fler an application of "Dander
e" you can not find a fallen hair I
r any dandruff belde every hair
irws new life vigor, briatitneaa.
'ore color and Uiickneaa. AdvL
I if Exchange Truat
I Company J
Stops Hair Coming Out;
Doubles Its Beauty.
I Klti iK EK. June 1 . -llurve.i.
whleh ! begtarting in many Plaeeo m
i iiiiimim). w nciw in iwii
Wlha In .lfa:fa eOttnt) The yield
1 l"un,,!"' very M,
i wnrK.. jum n - John .1
Fait, formerly lieutenant in ih
iirmy and until recently connertert
with the r,ie office in thm lt v.
yeeterdgy waived preliminary hear
mit nn the charge .,f htirglntv and
wan hound oVel t, diet rid court
i it it iharged. with having entered
the home of hla employer anil In
Ime atnlen a revolver an. I BDa i
Iglaaeee, After agbtytng at ayiehita
ind at Tulait for wnrh. he waa hi
jieetfil at the Inller PWOO.
PorrOA city ,tun it.- ti
death occurred here Sunday of "Jim"
tSofddn, early day mayor of thtgoit)
and at one time an Influential fla
me In the reiiiilill.'iin party In okla
noma territory. He
mayor in ivm ami
1 r, I'roie.Kl
for a heatlna
.111 Tl I for fh.. l. ,1. . a.0,.,.11 mm a 1 1
m fe bull, In, K a arhool ' itymnn-
alum, weie deflated at atierlal ele, .
I v"1" "n nenunK
lil.nl tmrmm HI ,.. 11', .....t .... .
. , "V
. ' nW ... iw.
I N( AH, June 15. A nent.fat .l
nr. id., ,t ocourred HundiLV jnabt
mil.- t .... u tim.
,,, tt noapirai at Ari.anatti city.
KII.OARK. June 15 A genuine
old-time hern dance, with plen y rf
.Ufa. loaed the featlvltlaa Incident to
.t double wedding In the Cathollg
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The Story of Modern Bread Making
OUGH, after fermenta
tion, is in a very deli
cate condition and can
not stand to be put
through the various subsequent
processes in too rapid succession.
This explains the value of the
10-minute "proofing" which takes
place alter the rounding process
and before the moulding into
loaves. In this ten minutes the
dough has a chance to recover
from the shock of the dividing
and rounding machines, and to
resume its light consistency.
The long, glass-doored cabinct
shown above is an automatic
proofcr. Its doors are kept closed
during proofing, as the air inside
is furnished by the same machine
which provides pure moist air to
the fermenting room.
dni broken Into and unite
I money and other vaiuablea
The pOllOO no f.ir have boon
In lOl at 111., '-fifftv till lh,
thian u hai,, ,..iv..m,..,.i n..i h
worii is Mini ! tir by roegi talent.
paaaiPir n i,i,y m ih.,i Mono
CHEROKI R, Jum II The ptr
.M, My i iHinrii over m tin- board
.if qgeliaatlon. t a receni meeting
j h Amkii..i , glmoa inilj thiwe
rhmiin war made by l ha board
leaving Hie total at I4,SM.!M;,
OftTON Jim- II H J lliwkitw.
chief .if p. ,ll, e. haa leelnned hie pla, e
and announced, a a eandldate for
hdrifl of Croak county, Me nm
iieen eaanaciad with tha pollea .ie
pattment here ever alnca Ha in. or
poraUon hack In tli,. wil l and wooh
daya of the ,,1.1 oil town i.gime.
OHBROPCIM June ,. rnder
ahetlff i A. HuthtJ realaned the
latter pari of laat Waah and T
tliahnm wae naim-.l t, enmalata tlm
term ,j Shetlff McCrad) Hufhay
ham been in the aherlff'a Office
either na prlnnpal 01 aaalatant, for
lien yeara, and ale,, aerrad In Ihl "I
Wood. r..imtv offlie II.. ii.i..ii,1h
now 1.1 nk to in. tarn,
OILTON. Jim, ; Una In
tha iepirt of thl BanU I'., axent
una i one or tti. l.ual. yi at.il..na be
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, 1 1 e i.'iii ii. ai rair. ,,r r..fn
Mtflondad h.n- every day, ineludTni
H.in.iay 1 In ,n,N era alwava fall
of laami mnal ,,f I ha aiitfi i.....i,..i
i.. . .
houai' rhi. u.r in r,'p,.i, 1,1 a
I Call eent nut h Die three bgltka of
ITahlequah, propoelng a campaign
far the HivlriK of thla ycira wheal
ierop guile k number of main lata
I . . ' " . '
a l it
I n k r n
Troofing,, the Loaves
The balls of dough arc taken
from the rounding machine by
cups set at intervals along a belt
conveyor. They are then con
veyed back and forth inside the
proofing cabinet, the journey
requiring approximately ten
The exact timing of such pro
cesses as proofing, together with
the regulating of temperature and
humidity of air in the proofcr,
help to explain the standard
high quality of HQl3U
In many bakeries this parr of
the baking process is thought to
be unimportant, and muc h of the
food value and delicate flavor is
lost by lack of scientific under
sranding of proper treatment at
Nothing U left to chance in making HQL3UM Brefd
"The Perfect Balanced Ra tion"
MADE IN LARGE SIZE ONLY
TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, .H'NE ir., lU2fi
TO LOOK AFTER
Chief .lustier fluids Wol-
fare Most important
OKI.AIIOMV i'ITV. June If.
Welfare of tha i hll.lren la the pari
mount c.inMiloratlon In a rentrn
tlon hitueen illvotcej parents aa 'o
the tioeenaaton of the thlldrcn. II
was held today by Chief JUttJca
Halnay of the tupremf ..urt in ibe
case of tleoroe y Aufdei Helda
Ann i Koakaddon and Harrp W
Keakaddon. appalled frofh tho dH-
trlc rotnTt of Tuba county The
TuN , COUld was upheld.
Mi a Keehaddon was given a di
vorce from Auf.ier Helda In Mia
en, ii i. January, 191?. whi'e be
was given tea analog al their two
children By later agreemen! -he ro.
etved the children In Julv. 1917.
she came ,,, TiNn and married The
father asVoil f.-r a writ of haboe
eorpua to rctore the chlldten to
hint it waa detiicd
The opinion todav said:
"A JUdgTntnl if n lti r state In a
.'Hon-., pmcaadlng giving th father
rlrh to the oato and eustodv -.f
n.tnnr children Is not, under Ibe foil
filth and lie, lit clausi of the fed
oral constitution binding In a hi
hen COrpua proceeding upon Ilia
courts tn this case, to which the
ohlld and the rnother removed and
a hi re thev have made their don.
maim i.i'A .inn, II gapulpgctianil
the disilnctlnn of hailng n part, if
not all of the meteor i bleh recently
oauaad so much excitement when it
fell iteaj- this city Ottloena around
ikipulpa hale been lonklng for daa
Christian College SJiBftJ1"
Stiirrtl1 Jurilof Cllngr far Womrn TOUl .
rwntlj "t eillajf IfilnH Initairlnn In arn
r.nM lin'mimw all,, Indleldnal uwimi. Sat ,r,A
e,M ninnii'l sitff l"5.neit Nua'alnin rnp
o.'i.i or Mra. I ii. cuii gaa, m,
In 315, CiS'etll. M..
Tulsa Bread Co.
Also Makers of Butterkrust
"The Leading: 10c Loaf"
for traces of the meteor An Indian
b i" -i miles southeast of tin
'In found a flagmen' of the met
on his farm lie says thai Ihe rock
in tied for lev. i i seconds Hfler It
situ, k the giound the rock la
poi us ,
Mao luge lb , -uses wi re laWMd 10
naj '.. the foil., King He, on,, t'arnes.
Ill Tulaa, an,i .via, opai charter, ir
ITulaai Rrnaal w Wataon, . ;. Tulaa
and Mi, a Hyulah t'arnea, 19 Tulaa
W o Irop, ill. nrtatOW, and Mia,
l'il Campbell, 19. Hllalow John
nenke, 2:. Krllyvllle an.) Mlas 1,11a
VO 1 8, Kellyvllle, Klliu i I I I
Tarda, 1). and Mia Oeorgta Hotiib
lorn, rdi i..ih ,f Watklna
"WhOI la the line Thin. Thai tJ
pulps Needs Most was the subjn t
of diaouaalon at the liatary luncheon
today, The apoahoti weie Mia ,1 yl
Hoover, Hra Morion w bile Joe
, ' ""bill and In K ! aa, n M,
lamblll aaaeitni that ., , n., ,1
jd park more than any one thing
The tin me t,f lira, Phtte'a lath wae
"lh( right thoughl lii the mind oi
tha cltlaanahlp m rlghi
.1, 1 Ion.''
Dog Mi Maaiera. commissioner of
tlnanee. Irs Ander,on alid lamia
Wilson will loavi Tinned. iv foi i
lantla i'iiv to attend lha national
convention of the Rotary club Thej
iii dlatribi ie a large anu.uni of ga,
'be sinniial Stat
1 on venii, in
it.' 't ..'..., 1 lol. a v or so. 1 1 v ol
tie Prisb.terian iinn h convened ir,
Muekngre Monday The following
delegataa weie aenl from the Mra"
I 'l cahi tci tan church of thla city
Mis M !: I. von, Mlas Loulat
loons Mlra I' inline ailing and I'el
'i tie Ladtag Aid sejclety or tin
Viral FTcobytarlan ehgreh win give
a bask. t dinoet for Iheli famlllea to
I morrow avantna " lha pump nation
Mi ami Mis V. I Co Waa and
daughter, M,s. Kfneattna Cowman,
iin.t ihret sons w ill leaya the laltai
I ait of the week for Long H i ,.
I'al . Will 10 tbev vM , ,1,.. then
home wnh Mi Cowan'a fathei
Mra Mahal it,isett. county tin
mane agent, went to Miami lodaj
10 orgiini,' a niito.ioe noiiety
Miss Annies M itt ol N.einiili.
id Mi 1 Meredith "f
Vattle, Waah . .ir.- vtaHIng in the
I Onto or Mi in d Mea o T Mutt
A special progl 'llll has been u e
I. lire. 1 f 1 It., LH 11 Ill,,' ,,r Iks
'Woman a home Mtaatonary aoolat)
ol Hu- M lb... 'ist Bplaeop ii . hui ok
I Tin program win oa given al 9
. ;., k tomorrow Afternoon in the
1 hui 1 h p.ll lol
Cmjlh I'eltie of '' l.ollls Ii In
the 'ii-. today on hvolnaag and visit
Inn friends. ,
Mint Rllanbeth Miller of he
rounij humnna offloa, left today foi
Until' Mont, lor 11 linen iiinullis
M i l l 1 1 it-, 1 m w. III. Ill
Oitlioltc Clergymen It'liirn III, no
, Mi, 1 Crlehratlna of Hat MoWah
I Catholic oleagyiuen who raturnad
jlo Ihelr homes eatiidii aftei at
tending lha celebration of tuuss l
rather Tom MrNult In the 11. .it
Family Catholic church on Monday
were Rev n o Pleii her, Union
city, okia , Var) Rev 1 in. Hahaa
I que, Qkmolgei , Ri 11 Van l;.i
hem Ri Reno: 11 in. i.e. land
Ppringa; Hev K. McCreedy oklaho
inn t'liv 1 lahop T m heart Okla
Iboma on, Ra I .1 Fontaine,
fkmulgi'. I. iv Aniltoiii Domain
an. I foul aemlnani Una from Ken
' .In. I. eolleue ,'i I,,. in.. Mo
What a lot of argument there used
to be about a woman driving an
TODAY she can "make a
train" or fix a tire as well
as anybody. "
As soon as a luxury become?)
a necessity the point of view
Two or three years ago you
would have listened to more
varying opinions about tires
than you could shake a stick
at. Mileages, construction,
treads and whatnot.
It's different now. Tire users
are working towards a unani
You express it one way
the man down the street
another. But silted down it'
amounts to this:
That the only way to settle
&er I your t ffgf. II;-
r milmg li lha i mill
ffiey have to travel.
In sandy g lnlly trrun
try, wherever the aning it
ept tn be lieavy Ibe
U. S. Nobby.
,1 Avl' nil
United States Tires
Polin Tire Service, Tulaa Okla.
Sand Springs Garage, Sand Springi, Okla.
Turley Garage, Turley, Okla.
General Auto Repair Co., Weat Tulaa, Okla.
O. T. Garage, Red Fork, Okla.
HOLD LAST SALE
OF INDIAN LAND
Pinal Auction of Choctaw
ami ( !hickasaw Asnhalt 1
;ml Coal Deposit!.
Ipe isi la Tt,s wnrid
M'sl.KHTKIt. Okla , June 15
What !a expelled to I e the last sale
j of i ho, taw ami ChtehaeeW OOal and
I aaphall depoalta opens here loinor
tow f"l a two day auction of about
i .1 ,.1'ii.iuio won ti ur natural re
aaa aceord lag to geram ntaa!
appralaal la to be ii, posed of,
l'o privloiis sales al appjalsed
value or lllclt bid bale dlao,r. of
veil null. The I till. I sale sane I
tinned In congiesa III one bill Is at
",l en, of ibe appro lead value
for minimum aooaptad bid.
Kelly Military Acatli'iny
liut linglon, Kanaaa
A small aaleel ac hool wltg aplgg,
did home life for .uir boy One
lii .1 1 ii. Inf for e el i ten but a
Militarj drill, all athletloa; atu
denta prepared for ail colleges
ami ant vorett lee
Hummer ciiuip begins Julv 9, I9'J0
Hoating. swimming, a'df, hOrgg,
i.nii riding Tutoring under ex
perleneed Inoirnatora klghl weeks
Addreaa, Ool, Clyde it. Ti rrr,
Hu, int. Iliirlliigtoll. kinitns
your tire problem is to get a tire
of known value and stick to it.
We recommend and sell
U. S. Tires because their value
There's no guess about it
It was the U. S. quality
policy which led to the per
fection of the straight -side
automobile tire, the pneumatic
truck tire two of the greatest
additions to tire value that
have ever been made.
As representatives of the
oldrst and largest rubber con
cern irt the world, we are in a
position to tell you something
about tire values. Come in
some day and talk to us.
K'ir ordinary country
roadl The U. S. Chain
Fur front wheels. Tho
U. S. Hlaln.
For best results everywhere-
QtrMK USttl PIAIH
We COtlld not got alnrifcT with
It s th old 'Stn.lll.v,,
Why? BCOKUM it i.s all siih
tanct mill nourishiMot
BeCAUM it Mtegfigi When
lit htr foodi do nol .
Oiir.a has a rral lircatl flavor
ami a Knot! UDftaMltUll slire.
i all up your K""or. Ho
Iti oail is voiir Ht st Foot! Kat
more of it.
The Hr.-ad That Builda
The) Campbell Baking Co.