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AT PONCA CITY
tinkering With Regis
istrars Upsets Entire
GpRE LEADERS KICKED
Thrn Old Hoard "Canned,"
Gore Naming SuceopsnrH ;
Ferris Men Riled
TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY. JULY 23, 1920
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PONCA CRY, Okln., Julv 21
MM ntlrc registration system of
rnnra City, with Hie txetptlMl 1I lie
Fifth wiiril. wk upset ls nlgrr.
when the four I"! m1. prprtnrt ,
iHtmrn of I 'mm Pity wore fin I"
summarily hy Pnul Ih.irh, of 'jck-
h.mi. ttcrttary ef the K.iy comity
election hour), and fi ur others
nainfd In their pitta f lie lour
three nre llore support,-,, .in.l OIN
is f'ir Ptrrlt The mut "cirinod" are
Harry K oiler, a repumlt m Ourt
Kail, Joe loaUttly anil Nt, M o -I'ownll,
all I'rrrlB supporters Their
tttOCCatOrg are Mike Cunvi'., Char)
Jenniug. Miss Julia Smith. Ituthtt'
of Pottmttter ai ml'h, ni Tom
Carton, The Imter Is a l-Vrt-M hup-
the others. tMftllVk" with
the ifUIH .vtnl r, jl-
lrf, are ti hi npti rturt,
The upset poetlfTtd MOaUai of a
campaign agtd b th chain bat ot
I'.omniPtre to se. lire .lh nearly as pos
sible a oomplelt registration In
i'onii. t'lly, where only about f0 per
ent of the people are registered.
Tho ehsmbor of commerce found
only two registrant In town, part of
the records lost and a deplorable
condition. Choyce and Kollor were
on duty. To fin the vaoanotM Rati,
Soullgny and McDowell, all demo
'cratlc business men, were named,
ami a centralization registration
bureau was established at the city
It develops that the (lore leaders
protested this method of registra
tion to both Secretary McAlester of
the state election board, and to Mr
Ibar h, tin county MMrttary at I'eck
ham. Theyeeull whs the "canning"
of the old boArd. with the MOOPtlOfl
of Choyce, and the namlnr of Uore
auccejisura -villi the exception of
C"e.oii. lbach also declared the
rdBstratlon, thus far accomplished
this time, illegal and ordered th:it
all must re-register. The l-Vrns
leadeio here have protested the
action of lbach.
It le understood that the ("lore lead
ers told Secretary McAlester that tllo
Ponca City registration wan In the
hands of republican who were
registering two hundred negroes who
are employed here by the Marland
Oil company. No negroes have been
the thigh and ranging; downward. In
flicting what may prove to he a
fatal wound Some time ago he was
arrested charged with possesion of
iluoor and since then has developed
pugum lous deposition.
COOKSON, July II Uuful Petit.
f er more ihan a score of yars aa a
soldier In the lulled Slates army,
has retired to prlvata life. 11, has
been on detached duty for several
years. rving us rv ruitiug officer
Ills home la in this township, a por
tion of what was onct tin. llllnola
dlatrlei of the Cherokee nation Ka
lo a member of the tribe and per
haps the only Cherokee to eenc ao
long in the army.
TAHl.KQt All, Julv 22 A preach
er, a lawyer and an ex-s.ildler are
mtlvelv canvassing Cherokee county
In the (Mortal of their MndldeVOf for
repie.cniatlve. W Culver,
pre. i. her of the Methodls' denn.nlnt
Mori, was a circuit rider in the old
ttrrltory toyt and Is known In the
hills valleys ami forsts of this sec
tion Com h was on, e mayor o(Tah
leejUah, while liulagher surved In
Krafne In the world war.
McAIjESTKH, July II Membere
of Uie Chickasaw and Choctaw
tnl.es. new due to receive their per
capita payments, will not be paid
ttlttll the ftnl of August, a, cording
to announoemenl from the Indian of
fice here Application blinks sent
last month were made payaMa to
July I Klanks were sent to all
guardians of minors In Pittsburg
an! Latimer counties, and this sum
alone will reach approximately
f I :.,0ftn.
COUNTY IN MESS
OVER WOMAN VOTE
Cherokee Has Troubles In
of old Election
TAHUCQUAH, Oala, July II,
The trouble in ChttOktt county
over the registration grew ffut of
the refusal to register repuhllcsn
Women w"hO lind ftlltd to register
io ot, on th, i,,.i,l bond apropos!
Hon last yeai Most women had
not then registered for that elec
tion.' It was atttritd on good au
thority, apparently, that democratic
women regittered on the first two
lays Then I: was dieOOVOfed that
further registration of worntt
should atop unless the women I ould
show a lawful excuse for not regis
tiTlng for the bond election. The
state election official reported by
telephone that the women should
be allowed to register regardless of
the bond election registration.
No written Instructions could he
given as a test lo the tiegioes who
would , pply to register.
The county remstrar end annul
half of the precinct registrars re
signed. Keeling ran high and riots
seemed possible. A new county 1
registrar hits been appolnte.l (1 P.
Hardy. He says the women IllaV i
register at this late dav It Is cer
tain, however, tint "many will ha
left out of the voting Ifsl.
I'nlversnl condemnation has been
expressed Ocmocnita and rOPwvll
oani alike are In arms agaltt the
paitlian leglstrallon law
Murder Vhargvd (iroccr;
Held Over Without Hail
MIAMI Ok In lily . .' P
Wood. I'icIspi- groier. arretted sev
eral weeks ago on the ,hate of
murder In connection with the kill
ing of N'orrls A. Chandler, Miami
' wholesale grocer. ws held without
ball after a second preliminary
he irlng yesteriTay .iftciooon at
The he, ilnc of William HaWkifM
'alleged ronfadtfatt of wood( u
l eing held today.
IVir "enlcn. tllo or marble
floor use It) ll-M i-MoitK
W Mll. POU DKR. ilvi
UNCOVER $5,000 STEAL Ctminf Fata, iar,A
I r utile. Home Hum;
Man Suen Phone Firm
Second Hand Dealer and MilprMnc.
Clrrk liarged With I OMg sk-rtcs
of Hardware rio its.
OKLAHOMA CITY. July, 12-
With the atrrrtt of W. K. Case, a
secoltd llatol stole dealei and I' A.,
Chalim, II shipping lerk for the
Moharda Conorel Hardware slore.
thefis anregHting l,0(S or RlOfa.
from th hard wart oompaay have
I n uncoveied, It was announced
lodty hi- John W llubutka. chief of'
dettotlvte chaille made a written
conti'-som In Hie presence of HU
li.it k ami plain ilothes men. ad i
mlttlng he had sold large amounts
t good lo Caat aoaording i lit .
batka In the alleged confession!
Chaille Is said to have adllMlted tile
theft extended oyer a p Hod Of!
dm la charged with
stoh-n g':oils Chaltle. th
.let.., lives said, will he
with glan.l lircenv
Iff IB okla . July 2J Suit for
ttl.nnn datnige was filed in dis.
trlcl (Our I here to,av by I'.arneat !
V Rpjllth, i "iinly attorney Hgalnsl
the Hell Tl b phone company for
the burning of his home here July
to. 1 1 9 .
In his petition Mr Smith charge
that a ttc'ghhor seeing the fire
tndtavortd to rail central, and
after i'ii minute. of failure, turned I
tin. tank over to his wife Mr and
Mrs Smith wen awav from their
home In their car al the lime lbs
hous' ciiiieht fire.
The plaintiff claims that had
centtal answered the phone and
aiied the fire (apartment m umt
the binge could have been extin
guish,, hefote th. hOUa burned
r Iv Ini!
WOMEN HAVE FULL POWER
In N.ncr state Thcv Vole on Any
I'.hi'llon, lllsn-giirillog Suffrage.
iiKI.AMOMA CITT, July 22 III
a busy teli phone that connects v, Ith
office of W C McAlester, secre.
tin of the Btate election board The
wire Is kept hot. he said today with
QtMrita by women as to their vot
ing power III the ...tiling slate prim
ary. "In Oklahoma, women have ns full
voting privilege es any men," ex
ploited Mr HeAjettei They 'can
vote In any election for any candi
date frem tnstlce of the peace to
president of the I'nlted Statts
"The national suffrage anieftd
men! does not nffcct the voting priv
ilege of Oklahoma women It may
he ratified or fall with limiting or
Increasing their fiatichlse."
Plleii for Conferee.
OKLAHOMA CITT, July !.
New!, hi Burwttl of Enid today fifed
with the tat,, board for the demo
ir.itlc nominallon for congress for
the unexpired term In the eighth
dlstrb I Filings for the place will
PVMtJ v ' HoAltattf, eeo
relary of the bond a-inounced.
The hnhtl of ulng the classified
tliroiigli edvrrtlalng end rcn'jiK
nnil nuswcrliig nil sol vrs prohhun
which would ntherwfer st-m hop.',
lix Try an adi in the Tulsa Dally
A Sunday M odd oage anno.
If you want bright window
ami -iMirkllng glns-vvnro, use
III ll-So Molll W UUIINtl
l-otMH II - rtvt.
TAHLBQUAH, July II. "Cncle
flillv" Uu-e was a vleltnr In this city
a few days ago lie Mill favor a
mule-drawn single buggy eg a means
of locomotion. The old man. who Is
now 7H years of age, curried the mall
from Tahlerpiah to a southern paint
about So years ngo. and even then
adhered to the buggy and mule. On
one occasion a drunken citizen emp
tied a 4K Colts Into the bed of the
vehicle, giving the driver the "weak
trembles" but otherwise doing no
Pawbatht Oarage for sale.
Located In business center; rrtg
10; second story 4Sx.W; modern
also. Live storage paving , Can
he used to good advantage hy oil
company or sales agency If Inter
ested call Mr I,ovr Ccdnr 909
-DUNCAN, July 12. Aascss.nent
fimrCS rillnnllpH Iw Ihn Clui.tiana
county assessor ahvw the valuation!
v .in uaesaeu properly in ine county
for the year ending May 30 40 be
I12.52S.329. Thla le an Increase of
I over the aaeeascd valua
I.AWTON, July II.- -Thie local?ty
Ik to be included in government plana
for preserving the buffalo, according
to reports here from the Alperlcan
Kieon aoclety. Including all the wild
blaon and those In captivity. Okla
homa has 926 of the 3.393 animals
In the United States, it la ...ml
Have you tried
a bottle of the
Ifs the thin
You'll say so
$12.50 Men's Kangaroo Oxfords
All sizes 60 QC
pairs in this Lot P 0
Friday and Sat. m
One lot Oxfords,
all small sizes, ht
to 7-; extra spe
cial, Friday and
-:$ A .95
fiOO pairs of Ladies
Oxfords and Pumps
black, brown and
whito, values up to
$10. Extra special
Friday and Saturday
$ A .95
FRIDAY and SATURDAY SPECIAL'
Ladies' Full Louis Heel Oxfords
and Ties. Values up to $13.50
Cdme and save $5 and 5 cents
vi o Rlaliard Bldg.
Third and Hoston
Formerly of Hot
Jllnod, ftkln. Oenlio t'rlnary
and Venereal Olseneet griil
general office prai Ilea
Meiums, Vaccinia, Kleotrlctl
Tree I loente
Phone Ottfle Hill
PONCA CITY, July 2:, Judge
William Hi England of thla city, who
v. us understood to he a candidate to
aueceod the latu Dick T. Morgan In
congress, announce that he haa re
considered on account of the press of
business and will not make the race.
Charles Swlnd.ill of Woodward Is 'he
favorite candidate here.
KaAXKSTKR, July 2:. The pro
gri for the Oklahoma firemen's
contention here Sepleniber 16-18. ae
announced by J. Part Knater. assist
ant fire marshal and prcsWent of1
the nationnl body, will Include dl-1
oiisslon on a nuiUMr of pertinent
Ubjeott by the best informed men In
OKLAHOMA C1TV, July 22. The
federal ttatt employment bureau
here Is expecting calls for S00 broom
corn harvesters before the" cloae of
the month. l.nst year they placed
00 men on thla demand, and the
prospects for thla year are for a
much larger crop. Hroomeorn dla
trlcta are scattered through the weet
part of the state.. Las! year's crop
value WM approxliiiaiely $2,000,000.
OUTHRIB, July 22. Twenty-four!
leglstcicil Jereey cowe und helfere
have been purcTlased and brought j
hen to be dlairlbuled to the boya and 1
girls of the dairy club, recently;
formed for the study of dairy work.'
Rteord blanks will be furnished by'
! Stillwater college end the chit.
m- encouraged to keep a record of
Wii and butter-fat production, .
TAHf.KQl'AH, July J2 While a
limber "f men were engaged In1,
drinking moonshine and shootinir
up the town of Parkhlll last Sunday:
evening. 11 is alleged that John Agee, j
blacksmith and former peace offl-l
cer, declared hla intention of killing i
two of his fellow eelchrators He1
attempted to draw Ills revolver, but
It caught In his poeHet and was die-!
charged, the bullet entering near
Til TI"' Public.
Effective July 1, flve mlnute car
service on the Kendall line between
the corner of Fifth and Cheyenne
and the end of Ho'dge or Kast drat
street; (en -minute car service to
Those cars on the KPndall line
rurrnlng only aa far as the end of
Hodge or Eaat First street desig
nator on the routing sign as, 2400
Kotjt First. Tulst Street Hallway Co.
Our Sale Is Going With
v k a
Lots of Speed
Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits
at Greatly Reduced Prices
Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes are always a bargain at regu
lar prices. When we reduce the price they're so much better
bargains that you must not miss thtem.
H. S. & M. Wool Suits
$100.00 Suits, now $75.00
$ 85.00 Suits, now $63.75
$75.00 Suits, now ..: $56.25
$72.50 Suits, now $54.40
$60.00 Suits, now $45.00
$56.00 Suits, now $41.25
$50.00 Suits, now $3730
$45.00 Suits, now $33.75
$35.00 Suits, now $26.25
$25.00 Suits, now $18.75
2 Wright Clothing Co.
TIME IS WORTH
Save your time
Plymouth Drug Co.
Will mil for find deliver your
I'ri w Tlil htUM
Call Otage 1976
fireproof wltt motors foellltloa, Inulot
ins X-fto oaa CIIdIooJ Iitoralarr
TKAININfl i mini, inn Ml HUM
Trod a ('Union U. D. r. A. C t. Proa.
I. II . ailnon U I l.U Am., lun,
M. li. noaiaont I'hritrlana.
Wool Ninth and Jarkonn ttroola.
Lons Dlatanno Phono OsosS MM
i m 1 1
BANK . COMPANY
tm i i
Like father like son Sad to relate, this is often
In these spendthrift days many, thoughtless
fathers are storing up trouble for their sons.
sowiftg. a crop the son will reap in years to come
when money, perhaps is tighter and when
thrift will not only be a blessing but a necessity.
We can't keep up the pace we have been setting
for the past five years. We have bought our
selves out of house and home. We are buying
faster vthan we are producing. Witness high
prices and empty markets of the world. '
We must each get back to earth. Thoughtful
fathers will realize that children must be taught
thrift to prepare them for the day when they
must think and act for themselves.
THRIFT is a habit. It leads to the peaceful
path of contentmept, conservation and its re
ward is good citizenship and plenty. Don't lead
your children from this upward roadway.
Teach children to save. That's the basis of all
thrift. The best way to start is with a Savings
account in the Exchange National Bank.
Start one for vour child today.
xchange National Bank
Exchange Trust Company
Peoples Trading Co.
Will Open on Main St.
The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx