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TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30. 1020
IN RIVER CASE
Fain and Eroding De
part for Fort Worth
PLANS ARE OUTLINED
Much Data Will Be Gathered
to Submit to Supreme Court
st Hearing August 15.
State Uric fa
PONCA CITY, June 2 -Sharif!
I'jin r.iiin aii'l NVII tl doptltioi re-
turnsal inKt muiu fi im a trip lo Mm
Ka InitUii OOOUOOI of K.iy county.
In the extreme n rtht-ajii portion,
with 4 5 vuitliK rf ni'innnhint' ItqttOf
which they MlOSd In milking a r.ilil
In tht lililn OOOt of tlie AflMAOOl
Hv AMnrt.t.1 I'IMpi Lte wlr.
OKLAHOMA CtTT, .Inn "it To
el proof supporting Ok'nhoma's
cliilm n to tho location of the bOUB
dary lino between thin alnte and
Trxn, C W Kin. MriMlH attor
ney tBWtli and John A. Kuln. aa
ilFtant to the attorney uonrr.il of thr
I I r.lted Statea. were OROSOtad to leave
oenlht for Fort Worth and DMlMi
fTrxM Kaln la expect.-. i to fO M to
yi.ilveaton. Kuln conferred i:h At-
v uiny "pnrini rifMiun .inu.jr
JiSrnlnc, and they outlined their
a for nHSotilt'llni: pro. if 10 lire
mi to the suprams court of the
Oklahnma'a rontrntton la that the
ouih hank of the Rl d river la the
bnandary line, while Texaa contends
that th hounary la the middle of
the river hed, and that It has exer
cised civil and criminal Jurlmllrtlon
over territory up to that line for n
Assisting Freetlni! nnd I'nln to
muster proof In the aae wt'l he C.
W KinK. Heorse K Short, aaalatunt
attorneya Reneral W A Purant of
the state land office, RtlOOoll llrown
of Ardmore. county attorney for
Carter county, M. It, Tliomns of tlie
atate bnnklni; department, and N. W.
Oore of the atate nndltor'a office
recline; a.ild yeeterrlay that evidence
i he brought from Wichita, Knn-
ra. Kansas f'lty. St. I.onls. Chicago,
Wichita culls, fort wonn. I'anaa
Tn large tracts of land sold In
Mo., 44-10 acrea sold M Mo. nt f'O
per. Timber lands: O, W, llunglim
sold to Web Smith all of her ffraea
acrenxe, 44. in acres of land at III
perftr.re The deed waa consummated
by Anna A Martin Realty Co, Anl
A Ma tin bought najolnlno tin I m.
land '.'.'.'ho acres. The 'and Is lc,itei
In Stone county, Mo, on White
river, i0 miles from HpriiiKrteir).
CHEROKBat, .lune 20 Among
the candldat4M for representative
from Alfalfa county la Itav. N. O.
Tru blood, republican, p.iator of the
local Prienda church. TTUOOlOOO
served mi tlotlnotion as food hu-
inlnlstralor during the wur, .itnl Ml
sinei header) the county chapter he,)
CroaoV W. 8. Uiivid, preaent locum
heir, did not file.
I'AWHUSKA. June ft. A man
who identity haa not been eatabllah
'd waa relieved of a diamond Otud
forth f 4,000, a diamond ring and ISO
in earth by a highwayman on the
Nelagnney road. The atroJtgor waa
i ompanled by I Beach and
"Hlim" alilam, and later Icing re
lieved of 170 In money. No arrciHa
ha e been made.
era and to each hinder waa attat hed
a patent shocker, the combination
cutting nearly lea acrea a day. The
yield ia up to eXpeetatlolia.
HUSS. June :!.- The mi ranch.
I (Ming Combination hinder and
thresher, sent the flrol load of wheat
to the OlOVStOf yesterday. It tested
111 pounds to the bushel over 600
pooplc Mailed the ranch Sunday to
w.it, h the operation of the new har-
veoting machine it cuts, ihreohei
land put! Hi, wheat la a wagon ready
for m ii ket.
FAIRFAX, June 21. Attorney
Qontral Freellng hoe warned the of.
flrera of Usage nnd Washington
countlee agalaei a repsfottoo of the
alleged cruelty to cattie, open tiinih.
Hug atul hooge aching attcntllng the
ic, en! roping contest hejss. Like
eontOStg are advertised for llotnlny.
Wynona, i'awhuska an1 liewcy, and
the st. ite officials requests the Coun
ty official! to prevent like, offenses
at these placea.
KDWKIRK, June II.- The Scott
Fonts' clun held a meeting yesterday
in the council chambers with 25 men
and women preaent. A campaign
oinmittee of lfi members waa u
polnted and another meeting 00 b '
for Friday. Claude Duvall ia chair
man of the club and J. J. CrOMM
secretary. There waa lota of enthu
H.usm and nearly everyone pieatni
made a speech.
POXCA CITY, June 29. Thie
school diatrlct is the wealthiest In
May county, u aliown by the hooks
of the county treasurer, with n tol.il
valuation of M.ool.MI, excluoire of
public utilities. Only personal prop
erty la ogaogOOd this year, a total In
thla district of 1, 111,410, Tlie dia
trlct will vote a H-mlll levy thla
year lo meet the Increase In teuchera
HOMINT, June 29 What RMf
prove to be a fatal accident waa wlt
noooed by about 4,000 people Sun-'li-
at the roundup, when Rot) Kircr
w.ih thiown from hla horse while
roping ;i steer. Klaer falledto take
up the slack In hia rope and ttie
horat Iteppod on It. causing him to
f ill and roll over the ride. Hiding,
oping and hulldogelng ateera, aa
well ii I aeroplane fllghta and para
chute performaDCea made up the
HAUL AT ASHER
Way Is Fickod Through
Brick Wall Got $1,200
By ARRorUtr1'! Prrsn ntt wt
BHAWNKB, OklkV. St.
IMrklnn Ihrlr way throiiRh tho hrU k I
wall int tho v.t 1 1 1 1 of the 'anm1tHi.
vnllry hank nt Ahrr, muth of i
lifn furl) thin ROfftiftfi haii.litu h-j
cmp9& with $1,200 tn Ubtrtl t.on.ln
ft bo U I $'' In i.-h ftnd a'l Hit pfttltfl
iot.tin.Ml In th vault. I ktfttfft, !
trftCtl am! IntUfftnOt paiicm wet p
bunirtl In thr van It room.
Two nn'ii. Calvin anil .Mm Dttfco
hoth IndlftAft, ftttd father an. I ion.!
weir a r rented here thl afternoon
ami rh.TigiMi with the rrime. No,
evidence han he-n found on the
RIM and they utoutly RTOOlftln thnr
lnnocen e 'osfH from tho- til ft? a I
Iff n office here are ttlll man hltiR
for ui" : In and around thla city.
FILE TANK STATEMENTS AWARDED $10,000 VERDICT
If OTOgOOlM of Dgn HM ' Suhmlt
Ml lo Male lloinl
OKLAHOMA CITY, June Jl
Btatetnentg of oil tank cars oporntod
In Oklahoma must he filed for tana
lion with the state board of cnuel
Hatinn and not with the assessor of
o r in through which the cars
mOJ be transported. Attorney Urn
oral Freellng held today In an
opinion given the attorney genera
of Oklahoma county.
"K.ach county wants to collect the
iaT payment of the tank car com
pany, hut If the counties are per
mitted to levy such assessments
there will he no accurate record to
I nltl re that Justice la done either
to the companies or to the atate "
reeling said In discussing the
pinion "The only possible way to
mi. ike the tax fair and effective Is
for the hoard of eo.unllr.atbin lo levy
the assessment and colled the tax
as In the case of oilier carriers and
public utilities "
i bnl. I rlcn.l Qetg KO Mull rulnt
OKLAHOMA OITT. June 19. - A
VOrdtOt of $i aiia against tlie Houth-
lern HtattM i-if- In.-nnani-e cotniany
was obtained in lite state supreme
court today by ChnflOg W Pi lend
, The declainn. fidlowing 2 years of
litigation In which lime tlie Original
I belief icl.irv do-, I, reversed a nillng
! in the district court of Oklahoma
The opinion Involved the non for.
felture clauae of a life Inanrnnce pol
icy carried by Joseph A lYIend In
j favor of his wife before his death
In It bold lh.it the cash 001110
of the policy aeiveit to keep H in
1 force OVOn after the proMlttRII be-
I .uno' dolinottoni
wim romemboro when a foiioi
I il 111 ii ' have f say what kind of n
Ironubtlooo he wua j i.afe Bud wus
IroBhed, t dev. by a fellei that had
nothln 't' ael!.
Th' ole fashioned wlfi Hint used
f pick her husband's pockela, now
haa a son that ate.i'a hla wlfe'a Iliac
water. "Tell hliw I'm not painted. '
said Miss Tawney Apple, oat night,
when th' doorbell rung.
PAWHtKK A, June ;s The hual
ness and office building erected on
Klhekah near Sixth will he ra'aed to
thrc-e otorlOl and will he completed
by September 1 It will be of re
inforced concrete throughout, with
expanded metal ceilings and all other
modern appliances. The partl'iona
will he of metal and the building
CHTROKXE, June II. Harvosl
In thla county will he proCtlColl)
loot d In another week. Tliough
blndorod a little by oecoolonol show.
era, work has gone forward most
rapidly. An efficient demonstration
waa on the farm of T. M. Asow
where one tractor pulled four bind
Visitors to New York
are cordially invited to view
our exhibit of Diamonds,
Sapphires, Pearls and Kmeralds
in Artistic Platinum Settings.
E. M. GATTLE & CO.
PIATINUM SMITHS - JEWELERS
6.10 FILTH AVENUE
Opposite Si. Patrick's CatlifJral
That Meet Your Demands
in Price, Style, Comfort
And thnt's nil any man ran
expect you ran pay more
ami no lit-tlcr.
Palm Roach, Cool Cloth and
other lummer fabric in a
nhade that the most cxact
injf dresser will approve.
The cost of an invest iirat ion
of these values Is nothing
nor are there any obligations
on your part.
.lust note those prices:
$12.50 $18.00 $20.00
$22.50 $25.00 $35.00
HOLMES CLOTHES SHOP
223 South Main
On sale of heavy silk 5
j I With Ural "Mewl" In Thrra I 5
j $15 Values $11.50 ?
$20 Values $14.50 !
i sat iur
1 1 fyjmmm
A picnic In the park or woods a fishing ts
pedition or a motor trip; make It one of real
enjoyment; take alonp several bottles of refresh
ing Sheboygan Ginger'Ale.
Why, bless your heart it's a picnic all by itself.
Just wrap the bottles separately in newspaper
after they have been iced and they will stay cold
And think of pure fruit flavors, cane sup&r and grnuino
imported Jamaica Ginger blended in one delicious, whole
some combination that's Sheboygan.
The atandard for the paat 27 yeara in leading hotela,
cluba. cafea, and on dining can. Order t .! from your
grocer or cU'uggiat coata Icaa par botua by ths caaa.
Sold In i ! (',';.: i. tou)n ani citiii ivrywhtr.
Sheboygan Beverage Co. Sheboygan, Wis.
Sheboyinn Root Bear
SHehoygan Orange Phonphate
Sheboygan Lemon Soda
Sheboygan Mineral Water
Sheboygan Cream Soda
Marshall-Young Co. Distributors Tulsa, Okla
and You Should Be
You are ritfht when you insist that tlie bread you eat
should be made of pure materials, made by clean work
men and made in a sanitary bakery. You are right,
too, when you choose
Because it is as pure and clean as you believe bread
should be. Try it once and see what perfect bread
it is. Made in a large-sized, split-top loaf with a most
delightful and satisfying flavor.