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TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1920
WANTS TO GET iOKLAHOMA CROPS
HIGHER RATING! mttJk C""BEST IN COUNTRY
Washington Office Asked
to Make Larger Allow
ance for Tulsa.
MP NEED MORE HERE
Seek HIkIw Snlnrica for
Soldiers In Vocntionnl
Hecowddiiratlon of llifl ruling
V fjivon TuUa In Iho new fichndulo of
i tnlntTnco nnd aupport Allowance
7 tor ex-crvlco mm MKlnir tralnlni?
iih not hlKh enough In roinpnrlnon
- wllh the ratliiu mndo for other cltlca
In tho Tul district of llio federal
board of vocational education liriK
i mi miwi'ii i-y w-, nryi
head of tin Tulsa, district board, of
i tho control offlco nt Whlncm,
formerly nil Hinirlo rx-ncrvlcn men
In tralnlne under tho direction of tho
fivlnral board ptcclvid o h month
for malnlonnnco nnil mipport. Pur
Mianl to the authority Krantcd the
' ft'dpriit lionnl by confirm Juno f,
l.ollcn fiat Hi allowance for men In
trninlnn In Tutna will h-rraftrr lie
100 per month who received lt
week. Hatlnif clvrn other cltlca In
Ihu dln'ilct In the lame nehedulo
V?un an follow; Snpulpu, II00 Wll
burton, lino llnrllmvlllo, 1100; Nor
man, ISO- McAlc-lrr, 100. Amoiiff
the rltl'-H not In tho Tul-a dUdrict
iiih ui rn nlven a rutins ot (100
a month for tnon In federlxl (board
, training within tholr hunter were
Oklahoma City, Aidmoru, Collin.
Vllle. nn't HillUaw.
Thin rntlnn In not Juit to Tulna,
fir llvlnp cot here, nn In nil Mnten,
nre hlRher thnn in mull town In
. the TuWi dlitrlet," Mr. Dlanry Mid
Jfnterday, "The federal hoard wan
not Informed correctly ft to com!
"Mnke Tuliui a J100 place," wnn
the wiucit made by Mr. OUnay. "It
Ik a common occurence for u noldler
hoy to any when vocational educa
tion In mentioned, 'if I take train
Intf. I do not want to ro to Tulxu,
ak I can't llvo there on the amount
fiirnlidied ly tho Rovurnmont.' Wo
nro handicapped In thin city nlonir
that lino, Tnla 1h tho beat oppor
tunlty In our district for putting man
In trnlnlnR, hut, owlnR to tho high
cont of IIvIiir, tho eoldlnm refute to
bn placed here. Wo could plaea
f mnny moro mni here Immediately
If wo had tho nanuronco that they
will receive MOO a month whlln In
Territory nerved by tho TuUa din
trlcl, nciordlnir to the redlttrlotlns
which Rom Into effect, Monday, li
the Oshru nation and the counties
,' of Washington, Nowota. Orals, Ot
tawu", IMwnee, llotur-, Mnyes, Pitta
burtf, Creek, TuUa, Okmlilgeo, Wag.
oner. Cherokee, I.atlmur, Mcintosh,
MtiBkogee, and Atoka.
.'licit roverlng cnnen no lonRer un
der tho JurjKdlctloti of tho Tuln of
Information that camo to Hhr
Iff Woolley early yesterday morn
ing led lo tho discovery of an
abandoned still In a new frame
sh.ick orj (Ireenwood road, about
on and one-half miles north of
The bootleggers evidently had
been tipped off by someone "on
the lnlde," for when the rnldeis
nrrlved they found tlw hmmn de
serted. It hid been In operation
Just it few hours previous as wns
evidenced by a worm stove, n lingo
nupply nf oils n rul g.isollno, sev
eral cases nf bottles nnd all tho
barrels and equipment necessary
for the illstillatlon of nloohol
except the still proper.
flee have been dispatched lo tht
hmnch offices at Port llnilth, Ark.,
find Tyler, Toxas, nnd new file also
received here. Work 111 progress nt
the orrtco thta wook is I r nro renin
of offlco memoranda to other of
fices, rrvlslon nf files, remapping of
territory, it ml readjusting of general
routine. A field worker from the
Dallas offlco Is expected during the
week to give new Instructions.
Tho purpose of the fedornl board
In providing training Is to prepare
men whj hnvo been disabled or hall
dlcnpped by virtue of their eervleo
In tho army or navy to return to
sumo gnlnful vocation. Tho two
kinds or training nro institutional
and placement. The men In train
ing nro ylven n monthly molntenanco
nllownnco varying In a scale for
t.ingl men and men with depend.
nlfl. In r, (1 il 1 1 ton to this amount,
tho boards also payn for tho ex
holdlcr'M transportation from his
l.otno lo the training contcr,
Institutional training is training In
lollrgo, university, or other educat
ional Institutions, 1'iaccmont train.
Ing Is ft plan of Job training adopted
by the frdcrnl board whereby the
mnn In placed In the position or on
the Job of his cholco and taught by
ft rompctunt Instructor tho varloun
procrssei nnd operations nf tho work
Whloh ho Is to follow as n Ufa work.
Hull) mi Di'Minnc'iit nunc
OKLAHOMA CITY". Anc 94
County usacftsars. who nsscss per
onal property of delinquent persons
should be given tho (1 penalty oven
inoiiMt mcy go mu or nrfleo before
tho money Is actually received by tho
county 1 1 cm surer, according to a rul
ing today by K U Fulton, amlatant
to the attorney general.
KannaB Is Ranked Second
in Predictions by
C. H. Howard.
Oklahoma , ranks fl-st In prospects
for 1020 crops and Kansas second
according to the weekly crop report
of C. JI. Howard of the Kxchangc
Trust company. Mr. Howard says
that the crop conditions In Okla
horn this week are as good as
could ho expected. There have been
good mini over practically every bit
of the state, which luiri pUoed tlln
ground In excellent shape for plow
log for the seeding of wheat In Hep.
tember nnd October,
Tho amount of acreage to fall
seeding Is expected to be very heavy
Corn Is practically matured and
Oklahoma ha produced the b
torn crop in tho history of tho
Alfalfa In mnny sections Is readv
for the fourth cutting. Mr. Howard
says this is tho banner alfalfa year
luring tno inn necane.
I'ralrle hay has been excellent and
has been put up In good shape In
most places. The shortage of baling
wire ban caused many farmers to
put their hay up In stacks,
Wheal and oats aro gradually go.
Ing on the market from day to day,
but In limited nmountH owing to
tniideqimte transportation fnrllltles.
The iillnn crop Is tho most prom
ising In the history of tho country
Very llttlo damaga up to date hns
been done by tho boil worm. Mr.
Howard says that tho cotton In the
bottom land Is very rank and fur
Inn. next three or four weoks then
will bo considerable uneasiness In
thuse sections because there Is dan
ger of devastation bv the noil worm,
us there bnH been lots of lain nnd
tho cotton In luxuriant and tender
The cool nights ulso makes it dan
gerous. It has ln-en estimated that
if there H no he ivy damage by tho
boil worms, oktaiioma win pronuco
1.2B0.000 hale of cotton. Oklahoma
Is rated first nmong all tho states
In the tfnlted Stales as to prospects
for cotton, ns well as outer crops
Heo lm nor Hint announcement of
Tulsa Undertaking Co, lu this Issue,
Keep in Touch
s WITH THE
Mann's Hat Shop
10 E. Fifth St.
Our shoe department is now under new management,
and this big bargain shoe sale was inaugurated to give
you a better opportunity to get acquainted with the
1,200 Cases of Shoes Go Into This Sale
1200 ensofl tho Inrgcat shipment of shoes over shipped into Oklahoma, and tho
entire output of a Boston concern, will save thousands of dollars for Tulsa shoo
buyers at tho prices wo aro able to quote. Some of these were shipped by ex
press and aro all ready in stock for this sale. Tho balance is being rushed in
Shoes at any price Shoes at prices you can afford to pay.
Ladies' flhocs brand ney In
this big shipment; sites 3',i, 3,
3H. . -IH. C, 5H, , 8t4. 7.
7W nnd 8, 35a apiece, or PA
per pair . , oUt
Helm; (7 'Varieties has nothing
on this stock of 19,000 House
tihoca In almost SO dlffcront
Miidi-s and priced
at 91-25 and .....
3,000 pairs Old 1-ady Comfort
Shoes, tho oldest comfort shoo
and the easiest on the feet: all
sixes; priced upMurd
Factory clean-up on 8,000 pairs
of Unites' Oxfords gives you a
wonderful opportunity In theso
brown, blark and patent Routh
crn Ties. Oxfords and Cabaret
tas. All slses. .T A jr
Triced nt ipfJU'tO
600 pairs Indies' Walking
Doots, standard makes, black
and tan, to cloeo out stock they
Ladles' white hlKli top Bhoes,
sites 2'4 to S, splendid styles
nnd well mudo (t-f nn
shoes at tDJL.UU
Ladles' Ono-Strap Oxfords, 20
different styles In vlcl kid, one
of thu big bargains QQ
of tho season at .,, u)XyO
Indian Mocassins, hand tanned,
men's, womervV and children's
slies, specially' priced during
this salo at upward (p-l Off
1,300 pairs Men'H Russet Leath
er Shoes In wide range ot sixes
and romfortublo Instti, go In
All Men's White Oxfords, regu
lar 16, V and JS values, will
supply your Immodlato foot-
Hlg tublo full of Hoys' and
(llrlJ Hchool Hhoes, nil sizes.
take your cholco at,
Hoys' and Qlrls' School Shoes,
tho If. and ID lit ml; all sires,
and splendid comfortable shoes,
Hundreds of Hoys' Hchool Shoes
In r;ood solid leathers; a1
sixes In black or brown, tho
new manager says let 'em go
In thesn preschool
days at only
Gets Leg Fractured
tn.n.. ir.. i.. e...,.
rr in n hi; id nil i
bi a hpccdmy Auto
When ix speeding i-;n driven
by lldnln Kerrigan, son of John
Kerrigan, 110 J Houth rhoyenne.
struck I'rnnk Reynolds, 1)6 Houth
L.uislng, yesterday, shortly after
noon. II fractured his hip ilnd In
flicted several minor Injuries.
Tho accident occurred at the cor
ner of Fifteenth and I'eorls.
Reynolds, who work near tho
scene of Ihn accident, wns crossing
Ihe street to gel his dinner at a
small grocery store. Witnesses of
the accident doelared that tho ear
wan speeding, but the driver de
clared that ho was not driving
fast. "Ruynolds ws.i going diag
onally across tho street Intersto
Hon, and when 1 sounded the
horn he changed his coprse and
stepped In front of tho Car," tho
boy said. lie was not arrested.
Reynolds was taken to his homo,
where attending phynelans stated
that his Injuries would not prova
Postal Employes Required
to Pay Into Disability
and Retirement Fund.
FOR LARGE SUM
Mrs. Abashaba Nimms
Claims Needle Was
Broken in Mouth.
Claiming that snc has been ren
dered practically an Invalid for tho
past year, and that she hns been
permanently and Irreparably In
jured through efforts of their caru
less dcrltat work, Mrs. Abanhaba
N'lmms hns filed suit In superior
court ugalns) Irs. O. I'. Hlnks and
Lonnlo (1, Hmlth for damages aggre
gating 15(1. COO.
Mm. Nltiims alleges that whllo
they wero treating her teeth a hy
podermic ncedlo wiih Inserted Into
her gums, and that without her
knowledge about a quarter ot an
Inch "t the ncedlo was broken off
there and allowed by the dentists to
She further claims that tho ncedlo
wns septlo and that Its presence
there caused an Infection that spread
to her noso, throat and earn, per
manently Injuring thoso organs rind
causing her Intensa pain and mental
anguish. Hno asks that she bo al
lowed IS00 for doctor bills, 120,000
for permanent Injurle and JIO.OOO
for physical natn. mental anguish
and loss of time.
BIG MONEY IN TIRE
Hundred, of ovrnlnra
you ran esiiu
tut Your own bull,
lira. ncl da Ihn b-.l
ot work wllh Iho
Wllh each purchase
oi i!Uiicieni w.
rlt. . tT Khulir
hlp in In. Nation
al Tir. Ittpairlnf
M'rll. for Information
and apMlal trrma
0ENTRAL TIRE &
018 flAST imi'OMS
Hums approximating (.100 will In
nil be deducted and withheld from
the oAlarlrs of classified Tulsa posts!
implnyei during the month of
August for tho civil service retire
ment and disability fund which went
Into effect August 1 una by the pro
visions cf which all employes In
tho cl.1Mlfled civil service of the
fnlted Htutes forfeit a sum enunl
to 2 1-2 per cent of their salaries or
compensHllons each month, accord
Ing lo II. R. Wllhurn, bookkeeper
ror in local posmrrice.
When pay day next comes to the
postofflce on September J. Mr. Wit-
burn will deduct two and one-half
I er cent from each employe h salary
and dispatch tho general sum to
wasnington, I). C.
The civil servlco retirement and
disability fund provide that classi
fied employes when disabled orr up
on reaching retirement age of 65
yenrs, will receive 1360 per year,
Annultb'H granted under this act for
rutlrement on account of ago com
mence from tho date of separation
from the servlco and continue dur
ing tho Ufa of the annuitant.
When nn employe severs hlo con
r.ectlnn from the service, he receives
ull Ihe money deducted from his pay
rhecka and 4 per cent Interest.
I'onin Crni Small.
OKLAHOMA CITY. Okla., Aug,
S3. -Tho Oklahoma pecan crop this
year will be about one-third of nor
mal, according to an estimate made
today by II. H Hchuti of tile feder.il
crop reporting service, Frees ng
weather last spring wa blamed for
the decrease from tho Urge crop of
but year 3,000 tons, according to
Kchutz. The crop will tic ready for
harvest about lime of the f.rst frcst
this fall, he said.
Ladies! Use Buttermilk to
This llcllfihtful New Vanishing
Cream Containing True nutter
milk Is Gtiartintri-il to Make You
IrfioU Younger or Money Hack.
"Heavy" Bonks Given
Library Verdict Over
"Heavy" literature Is tending to
replace the "lightweight" variety
In popularity at the public library
fis x now school and club year
draws on apace, Is tho dlajnoals
made after testing tho "circula
tion" of the library by Mlra Alua
Held McOlcnn, librarian.
Already text books, supple
menUry readings and reference
works which hnvo Just been placed
on the shehes are being sought
by umblllnti students, teachers
preparing lectures or programs In
advance and club women who are
scheduled to give papers at the
first club meetings In the foOL
Tho circulation continues good
and surpasses that of tho same
month Inst year. New volumes
added during the past two weeks
Wright lltus Slur.
COLLINS VILLK, Aug. 2L The
Daily S(ur hns been sold again. P.
M. riyler, who some time ago bought
tho paper from C. H. Wright, has
sold It back to the former owner.
IN 0ZARKS AT
TRACTSATTENTION Beautiful Eureka Springs
n.t a a mall
auantltv .1 th
Qu.k.r Prut I
Mora or n jr
n u 1 1 e r m 1 1 k
Crrnrn sml mna-l
a- It dally in
to 111. face, neck, I
arma anil hamla.
sr. almrl. and
It coata ao llttl.
that any arlrl er
woman can af
ford tt. Tour complexion muat quickly
ahow a decided Improvement or your
dealer la authorlied to return your money
without queaiion should, you be dlaeatle-
No matter whether you are trouMfd
with wrlnklea. hard tittle lines around
the mouth anil ryea. coarse, .alto, fadrd
looking akin, or almplr roushneva ami
rednrta cauaed by nlnd and aun, you
will find that all three trlale quickly dis
appear with th. ua. of thle old-faahloned
beauty rei'lpe brousht up to data.
Ilooard'a Iiiittennllk Cream la only
eold on a poaltlv. icuarante. of antla
faction or money back. Howard lJroi.
llientlcal uo Jlultalo. ti. Y. Advt.
Crescent College, a standardized
Junior College for Dirts nt Eureka
Springs, Arkanias, In tho heart ot
the Ozark playgrounds rcGlon, Is
fast becoming the widest known
girls school In the United States, al
though enrollment Is persistently
limited to SO glrl3. These So glrli
coma from nt least 20 different
states each year.
various reasons nre being as
signed for this, among them being
It Is accredited among the univer
sities and colleges, Maintains real
conservatory advantages. Does not
attempt to retain cheap Instructors.
insists that girls snould nave indi
vidual attention, unobtainable In
largo schools. Is democratic or
otherwise two-fifths ot the enroll
ment would not come from Texas.
It long ago abolished silly boarding
school rules and adopted student
government. It emphasizes recrea
tion as an essential part of a girl's
education. Owns u beautiful lake
nnd club housn for exclusive use of
Btudents and teachers. Selects care
fully Its students from applicants
only upon Investigation among
Crescent girls like It. So do their
parents. These and numerous other
reasons will make any school popu
lar. A few spaces still tinpromlsed.
Write or wire for catalogue, view
book and other particulars. Address
Crescent College, Box W Eureka
Bprlngs. Ark. Advt.
Tim Till'it CmlcrtnUllig Company locntr.l nt 1021 Kiift
l'lrst Klrcct. formally opens Its doors to tho public under
management of II. II. Ilrown, C, Ii. Ilalrtl, nnil II. Moorr.
tho majority of whom nro well known In the city und
iiccil no lull oduet Ion.
Wo will conduct n modem nincrnl Homo with llic
constant nlin In view to supply the most clMlncllvo tuiicrnl
eupplles nnil maintain n corpi of undertaker wlnwe.
ehnntcler nnd service nre nlKiic, reproach. Immediately
following tliCM) nil-Important prereqiilsltea wo nre laying
Iho foundation for n Funeral Homo that will senc n
ilcrvcrAlng nnil vrorlliy jiatroiiago who appreciate and
cherish the icry best It Is iKndblo to lino for their dear
lty locating; outsldo tlio exorbitant high-rent ctlMrlct,
eliminating oxtmtiigant nnil cteeoshcly cxpoiHve offlco
funiblilngs, mluclng Insurance) rittcn nnil nutklng n closa
screen on overhead cxicnso onr saving runs Into tho
thousands of ilollnrs annually. Tho amount thus aicl
goo direct lo our itroai lu greatly reduced prices.
We weighted otory plLt!? of the location problem carefully
und with deliberation, whllo wo nro loosing tho rich adver
tising nn cxpcnnlvo locution carrier with It. wo decided to
proceed along nn entirely different nnd Independent chan
nel for our prestige.
We nro making no prejudlcnl or derogatory Insinuations
npaliict, or conivirliiff prlccM with nny of our worthy
competitors. Wo urei tlemonstrutlng tho vast difference
we found under various conditions,
Wc deem onmelvcn fortunate Indeed In Iiclng In a posi
tion to serve our ponplo nt so marvelous h paving. Wo
allege Hint our total Mixing from the source named nnd
our reasonable profit plan amount to fully one half.
Our system place tho most desirable und coveted funeral
npK)lntmentN within easy reach of almost every one.
Those who entrust their departed lovetl ouch to our enro
will find ut our iiarlorx. Quality, Ikipnomy, Homo Knvlron
mentn. Simplicity, Dcpcndnhllty, Tender Care, Ideal Serv
ice, Dlitinctlie Funeral ISqulpmcilt anil n Funeral Dir.
ector whoo every emotion beams with kindness nnd
Our "riirlty'Sletnllle Ilurlal Ynult" asldo from the man
eoleiim pnnldeH the most permanent nnd enduring burial
receptacle known, L'nouali can lie eatcd to purcliasa ono
of thoo vaults.
It will lie a sonrco of comfort nnd satisfaction as well a-t
tlie irt of wtadom nnd good Judgment to visit our parlors
and becomo' familiar with our methods.
Ample provision Is made for those from a dl.Mancc ho
may liavo a friend pat-n nwny In our city.
Know ns by
Quality in .Service and Supplies
AT A SAVING OF ONE-HALF
Tulsa Undertaking Co.
1021 FAST FIItST STREET
I'hone Osage 8M5
Let the Live Wire Flag Guide You to the Live Wire Store
Every summer my
little house out in
wife goes down in the country to live in a
the woods, about a half mile off the rural
For Easy Starting
FjOR easy starting ignition on
your Ford, put a Columbia Hot
i Shot No. 1461 under the. seat. Saves
1 prolonged cranking usually ignites
the first compression of gas.
For motor boat ignition and light
ing use Columbia "Multiple" Dry
Battery No. 356. Waterproof, power
ful, and with 4 times the life of an
Acme Electric Co., 10 W. Second,
Auto Sahncci Co., TuIku, OWLi.
O. It. llariimw, Hit IC. Second, Tut6.i,
Chestnut A SmTlli Co., Tulsa, Okla.
Elcctilo Supply Co., Tiil.s.1, Okla.
rorslcr.llmiri Motm' Corp., I 111 S.
Ilniildcr, TiiImi, Okla,
Hood Tint Co., Tulii. Okla.
Hopl.hiK .Motor Supply Co., Tulca,
C, II. .liiKtleo. TuIni, Okla.
Oklahoma Tool it Kuppl) Co., Tnlvi,
Omiko Tire A Uuliber Co., Tviim.
Itynn A l'atlllo. Tnlsn. Okla.
O. A. Kleiner, 10:1 F. Second. Tulta,
TiiImi Iliibbcr VulciuilJnc Co., 115
S. Iloiilder, Tulriii, Oklu.
Ciilicnuil Motor Co., Tuliu, Okln,
r.tnrit.tt Spiht Cttp Rfmfof Peitt on
It. T. Wllcm Oil Co., Tnlsn, Okla.
ltaker-OIUer , Motor Co., Ilroken
.1. A. Itarth Jlcrc. Co., Ilroken Arrow,
F. V. tiarrelt, Ilroken Arrow, Okla.
A. O. Serader, Ilroken Arrow, Okla.
Addition lldue. Co., Illiby, Oklu.
Illthy tinnme, lllxby, Oklu.
Clay IhnU .Motor Co., TlUby, Okla.
I'hlllliw Mere. Co., Illxby, Oklu.
fieo. Ulleri. niiby, Okla.
Dciirttoue Caruce. Cntixisa, Okla,
Audi Supply Co., ColllnhIUn, Okln,
Uiieklni Motor Co., ColliiiKttlle, OkU.
InncN llde. Co., Collhiiillle, Okla.
Wll-on lin in cc, Collliintllle, Oklu,
lledKceH'U llihe. Co., Iawion, Okla.
tireer .Supply Co,, Sand gprlnga,
Satii SprliiRa (lainse, Kami Hprlnjs,
Siierry Ournuc, Sand SprlnKs, Okla.
N. It. MonKcr, Sand Sprlnco, Oklu,
Colambli Ctll No. I, N Crtit Chtrtt.
Everybody in the neighborhood has cows, but you can't get
any butter down there because they all sell their cream to
The children ought to have butter on their bread, so my wife
says, "what shall I do?" "Why," I says, "buy cream and
make your own butter."
"But that is a big job in hot weather for a little butter," says
"Well," I says, "The Dazy Churn people say it is no trouble
at all with a Dazy Churn." .,
"Why, that's just a toy," my wife says. "I saw one in a
hardware store window"
"Well, lots of farmers' wives are using 'em just the same," I
So she got a two-galloh churn to try, and say-there's no but
ter like you churn youSelf and there's no churning like a
Growing Tulsa's Growing Store in the Glorious State of Oklahoma
112-112-114.1142 South Main