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TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1920
Units in Eastern Part of
State start Moving
for Fort Sill '
Juarters Will bo Cantonments
built for Training During
War; tasta Two Weeks
PANT) HI tltttflH A nr. 1 M t
C. Smith, residing cn lloosevclt nW
wan unwy nurnca a few fay.
ago whllo working In the cooking
ueuartmpiit if n imni i.
fcecin that tlio woman lu placing
ma cap on a Jar fastened It too
tlL-hlllf ur. llitl l - , l
jhfe was holding It and scattered the
ui iuiuiu over tier litnd and faco.
The Christian churches of Band
SnrltlCM Htld nf Hnmn nir.tnn. Mill
hold a Joint picnic at tho park
iiiurBany uvcnirg. Tlio picnickers
llt leave for the park at 5 o'clock
prepared for supper nnd on cvu
OKLAHOMA CITY, Aug. 3. Ok
nhoma national guard units In tho
(astern part of tho state will start
Jiovlng Wednesday mornlnr for Fort
fill, whero tho annual encampment
Mil bo held August 6 to to Z&, ac
lording to announcement today by
Fharlcs F. Ilarrotl, adjutant genoral.
western Oklahoma troops will en-3-aln
Thursday morning. Company
D, third Infantry of Mabel will bo
tho first organization to entrain,
S'avlng for the encampment at 11:36
i'clock Wednesday morning. Com
pany V will bo picked up at Hugo
ind other companies en route, the
train reaching Fort fill! nt 3 o'clock
taf afternoon. Companies 15 nnd
machine gun and headquarters
lompnnles of tho roeopd Infantry, nil
St Oklahoma City, will Icavo on a
fpeclal train nt 9 o'clock Thursday
niornlng, arriving at Fort 8111 at 2
S All guardsmen will carry full field
tquipment to tho encampment. The
men will ho quartered In enntone
mentft built for training purpose.!
fturing the war. Training will begin
tt once following arrival and will
continue for two weeks.
I MIAMI, Okla., Aug. 3. Twonty
(jvo members of tho Co. If. Oklaho
ma national guard assembled at the
innory today to preparo for entrain
Ijic.nt for Fort Sill tomorrow, neforo
night tho number In expected to
reach Gn. The company In In com-
piana or Lrapr. i. a. wnceier.
Sand Springs Notes
Mrs. U. o. Stuarl, SOI McKlnlcj
avenue, Is cntcrtulilng her -ilstci
Mrs. Kccno and son of Oklalion.
City, who arrived Saturday.
Henry Davis nnd family, former
residents of this city, were In, town
t'ridav to atic-id the plrnlc of 111
Methodist missionary socloty.
Tlio Misses Muffctt Waddle nnd
Catherlno Ituwrr.an returned Thurs
day from Stillwater, whero tho for
mer was enrolled as a summor stu
dent. Miss llowmnn was tho guest
of MIms Waddle for a week beforo
they returned to Sand Springs.
A number of young people of this
city enjoyed a picnic on Hhell creek
Monday night. Nino couples, chap
eroned by Mr. nnd Mrs. CJinrlcn
fitrlcklcn nnd Mr nnd Mr. Ilurnctt
Hall, drove out to tho scene of tho
Mrs.' Harry Hales and children
motored to Tyro Saturday to visit
Sir. IJIaeK, thn father of Mrs. Dales
who In 111. Ho will bo In Tulsa for
treatment next weeir.
Mrs. jatiira liyatt, residing on
Cleveland, will lcavo In tho near
future for I'oteau, whero her hus
band In now engaged In tho business
of his hottlo factory. Thin Institu
tion was formerly located In this
city but wart moved to I'oteau some
time ago. Mrs. Hyatt was detained
Hero ty tho illness of her rhlldren.
USE INDIAN HOME
Rainy IndianSchool Near
Hobart Will Function
. for Soldiers
OKLAHOMA CITY, yVUK- U
of tho Itnlny Mountain Indian school
near Hobart oh a tubercular homo
for Oklahoma soldiers In certain, ac
cording to a telegram received today
by Itcpresontntlvo J, W. Harreld
from Cata Sell, Indian commission
M'nMri(-tfin. Antirnvffll nf ltfl UftO
M- ,,-.--,.W. .,',- '
can bo obtained by tho slate health I
service making formal request for
the building nnd it will bo gramea,
Mr. Soils dcclard.
Dr. Hugh Scott, head of tho Ok
lahoma publlo health service, hH
asced John M. Holt of Houston, dis
trict supervisor, lint he department
made an early application to tho In
dlnn commissioner for tho nchool.
At a recent meeting hero tho
ln.ii.lnAn Tjifflnn nml Ilntl Crnsfl
Joined with the health service In
nsklng for Uso or tno ecnooi ior
Tliroo Hundred Will Cintlier in Capi
tal October 5 nnd 0 for busi
OKLAHOMA CITT. Aug. 3.-
Thrco hundred, third nnd fourth!
clans Oklahoma postmasters will
convene hero Octobr 8 nnd 0. W. J.
Knioelcy of (llencoo, president of the
organization has mndo nrrangenuiKul
for tho business sesxlons.
Sixty first nnd second class post-
office Hupcrvlsors nnd Inspectors Willi
meet oclausr 7, following tho pot-
masters convention. A. 11. McCellandl
of Oklahoma City Is president.
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' " " . ' 'for sale by . ' , '
. Bellview Pharmacy
. Plymouth Drug Co.
J. Leon. Catran
Quality Drug Co., Sancf Springs, Okla.
And In Every Town By The Leading Drug Stores or Confectlonors.
Everybody wants lower
prices; here they are
Fine light wei
WE'VE gone a long way towards meeting the public
demand fr lower prices; during the past, few
months we've sold on closer margins than ever before. ! f :
NOW we're doing still more for you. - We're offering v
our entire stock of broken sizes in fine Hart Schaff- ; ;
ner & ,Marx clpthes at prices that leave us little above ,
the actual cost of handling them. We're going to profit
by the friends we make. ' J "
THESE suits are the kind you'd expect tovpay $60 to
$70 for; we're grouping them in thrjse big lots and1
they're going fast at ' '
Anything less than complete satisfaction is not
satisfaction at all. We want you to get it, or
we want you to get your money back.