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Many Visit Natatorium
Before the Formal
Opening Is Held.
LIFE GUARDS ON DUTY
Safety Precautions Taken to
Prevent Accidents ami
Never hoi a community enter
prise sprung Into such Immediate
popularity an the new natntortum nt
Owen park, for more than l.oOQ
people have been swimming or wad
Ins there slr.ee. Inst Monday.
Anil nil tlile popularity ai with
out any formal openlnB either.
There la no esllmaUng what the
record would have been if the pool
had been opened In elate. Haturday'a
warmth brought feveral hundred
bathers to (Import themselvt'H In the
water or busk on the bearh both In
the afternoon and the early evening.
The largest, swimming nltenrtan c of
any day was yesterday vyhen the
pool was uod nearly all day. I'so of
for 30 Haiti longer, according to N.
O. Hcnthorne, president of the park
There nro few who will not want
to "set In tho swim" after viewing
the pool. It Ik 100 yardn long, thus
giving the lntiK distance swimmer
nmple room. The section reserved
for adults varies from G to 9 feci In
depth and Is 12fect at the diving'
board. The part "for children only"
which has rope as boundary lines
Is from one and n half to three feet
In depth. Ufa guaiMs nro on duty
at all hours tn watch those In the
pool and also to maintain order
Kresh water Is added to tho pool
dally nnd the wn,ter tested every few
days by the city chemist and chemi
cals dissolved when needed.
, The bathhouse Is complete In nil
arrangements and now accomodates
300, a capacity to bo Increased by
year. If the would-be swimmer has
his bathing suit along, ho deposits
fifteen runts at the outside window
and receives a tog card and a large
basket, resembling the variety In
use for marketing. If he has no
milt, he pays a quarter. A towel Is
Included for both these sums,
,The bathers then proceeds to tho
men's dressing rooms, or If tho
bather Is a woman to the dressing
rooms for women. Ho places his
clothes In the basket nnd checks It.
llo cannot get to tho pool from tho
bathhouse without passing under a
shower, bo a shower bath Is a fore
Cleaning of the Owen rirls l-ks
wa begun July 31. The lake was
first drained, the bottom scraped,
and all sediment removed, tho latter
process engaging thorervlces of 20
teams for three weeks, Bight yards
of sand wero added and a beach
Constructed. Then 1.00ft, 000 gallons
of city water wero added and, volla!
tho pool wus ready.
Mrs. Betha Smart, 2C years old,
of Illghcart. died Saturday at a local
hospital. Stio Is survived by her
husband. Walter Smart. The body
was sent to Blgheart yesterday.
Mls Louise Crawford, 15 year old
daughter of H. .1. Crawford of Big
heart died I'riday night at a local
hospital. The body was sent to
Blgheart where Interment took
J. XV. Hsher
Funeral services for J. W. Fisher
of Sand Springs, who died there FrU
day will be held this afternoon from
his residence. The Moose and tho
Woodmon of the World will have
charge of - the obsequies. Inter
ment will be In tho San Springs
Funeral services for Townle
(Thompson, 13-yc.ir-old resident of
the Hoys' Home, who was ac
cidentally killed when he fell from
the roof of a garage in the roar of
ti teome Saturday, was held Sun
day nt 3 p. m. fiom the Stanley
& McCune chapel. Soventh street
ud Boulder avenue, llev. Creswell.
i- ssslstant pastor of the Presbyterian
church conducted the services
Thu unfortunatu lad wus a member
of the Presbyterlnn church. Fall
bearers were his playmates and
companions who reside ut tho home.
Two bi others Charles, aged 12,
snd Newton, aged 14 who are also
members of 'tho Boys' Home, mourn
the lors of their brother, as well as
the father. 'J. II. Thompson, said to
be an employe of tho Tidal OH com
pany, nnd a married sister, residing
outside tho cliy In T;iUa county.
NEED MENTAL HEALTH
A Sound Mind In n Sound Body Is
Object nf Xrw "Foundu
Hon." Natlonjl health, as a, positive aa
et. Instead of a liability, the re
iponslblllty for which rceta upon nil
Individuals, U to bo tho key-noto of
1 national health movement which
Is being planned by tho Young
Women's Christian association and
14 co-operating organizations. The
movement will be known as "The
Woman's Foundation for Health"
and will havo a central bureau be
right sectlona of the country,
tight sectloii cf the country.
Thce "health centers" will en
deavor 'o merge educational, social
and recreational agencies of p. com
munity for'cnnntriictlve health work,
fn. ihn r.int in nnw helmz recognized
that the mental and emotional
i health of a person.are Important fac
tors in physical well being, accord
ing to Dr. Hanitah Morris of tho so
clal education department of the Y
W. C. A. wlin Is speaking in the tn
terest nf a general health movement.
'Tho avunge person, by the term
health, generally means a state of
mere physical health," says Doctor
Morris, "but wo are beginning to
rrallzo now what a large part our
thoughts and emotions play In our
Governor Who Outwitted
Ant is in Suffrage Fight
iov. A. II. ltobcrtn nnd daughter.
Because he outn.aneuvercd them at every turn, Tcnncrseo anll-suffraglsts
mc ouu iur me poiiucai scnip or uov, a. u Hoocris, leader of tho suffrage
forces In that state Hut tho governor Isn't worrying. He counts upon tho
support of the cafruiHhlacii women of tho state as well as tho Tennessee
men who favor equal suffrage.
Jenny Lind--Frieda Hempel
In Big Historical Contest
America will pay tribute, to Jenny
1.1ml on October 0, tho one-'.un-dreth
anniversary ot the birth of the
Sweodlsh Nightingale, whom P T.
Barniim brought to this country on
her spectacular concert tour. The
centennial Is to be commemorated
throughout tho music-loving world,
in Swelen, In ITnginnd, and In other
countries where the sang, Flltlnc
plans are under way to honor tho
greateVt singer of her time tho fine)
noblo-harted woman, whose charily
was an rare as her art.
Her odm'rers In New York city
will celebrate the event In rt unlqUH
way. They will qlve .1 historical con
cert reproducing tho first concert
.Tcnhy Und gavo In this country,
bringing back the stage picture and
atmosphere of that memorlable night
of September 11, 1S50. Tho tickets
and printed programs will bo replicas
of the laro and much-treasured orig
inals. The ushers again will waar
brlght-hurd rosettes nnd bear wands
tipped with rlhjions. The samo pro
gram will bo sung nnd played. And
the net proceeds of tho conceit will
go to the same chnrltahjenstltu
tlons which Jenny I.lnd selected as
tho beneficiaries of tho original con
cert. Frieda Hempel will appear In the
lole.of her famous predecessor Shu
was chosen because of all singers
since that time according to history
nnd tradition her voice, her art and
her personality, the most strikingly
resemble ihase rare endowments of
the earlier queen of song.
Miss H'mpel will wear nn exact
copv of the gown worn by the nine
teenth century diva; tho will sing
the same nrlas.aud pjay her own uc
companlmenta to the same group of
songs on the same piano Jenny I.lnd
played them a piano autographed
by the Swedish Nightingale on tho
r.lght of her American debut.
Arthur Mlddleton, who Is to be the
assisting baritone, Slgnor Bollctto,
will nlso "dress Ihe part." and tho
orchestra t to be garbed In the
quaint suits nnd frilled shirts of
The centennial concert will be
given In Carnegie Hall on tho even
ing of October C Castle Garden,
the cceno of Jenny Mini's first Amer
ican triumph, has been transformed
Into tho aquarium, and thus Is de
prived of the honor of housing an
other memorable audience. It is con
templates to hold a centennial ex-
nihil, however, in tne oiu circular
building In Kattery Park from Oc
tober 1 to Oct-ibtr 10. Many of
Jenny I.lnd s personal belongings anu
many Interesting relics associated
with her tour here will be shown.
The old Chlckorlng concert grand
vtlll have Its place ut honor. (
On tho atlorn.inn or octoner fi,
a group of her admirers, through
the courtesy of tho park commission
era of New York city, will presetit it
ihe aquarium a marble bust of Jen
r.v I.lnd nnd a portrait of tho famous
singer, both made for her when she
was In this country.
Their excellencies, Ira N. Morrl?,
mlnlstr plenipotentiary to Swrden.
and W. F. A. Ekongren. Swedish
mlnlitm- to tho United Stales, arc thu
honorary patrons of tno Jenny una
centenrbil The list of patrons and
patronesses' nlso Includes namei
prominent In New York mutlc, art
und society circles
Other American cities where Jen
ny Lind sang nro arranging to cele
brate the day
Jenny Unit was bom In Stockholm
of humble par'ntJ. She Kang from
childhood nnd famous teachers bo
came Interested In her. At twelve,
her voice entirely failed- Four years
later It came back and her remark
nble career begon. Her first operatlo
role was Alice In Moyerbeer's "nob.
ort I.e Diablo" Having been ac
claimed In her own country and In
Norway, sho carried her conquests to
the continent and to England.
Sho was probably the most ta'ked
of person In all Kurope when Bar
num. without having seon her o"
heard hor. persuaded he to matte a
tour of the I'nl'ed Stntei. No sooner
was the cniract signed than the new
tmpicss.irio according to the nuto.
Ltusriiph ' ''esnn to jireuaretho
All kinds nf
Clocks niid Swiss
Clocks rnlled for
Xi. n. 11.
S. 13. Cor. Second
Plmnn Cedar (I3
public mind for tho rccontton of the
Tho Meamcr Atlantic that brought
her to this country wns ralutrd at
Sandy Hook nnd again as shn plowed
up the Narrows. Forty thousand peo
pic assembled at Iho landing and on
thu surrounding piers to greet Lliul.
Trlumnhal arches marked her path
way. Crowds turned around her hotel
find clamored for her appearance.
.vucuuns iur mo sale or iitKOia
brought thousands of buyers. Gtnln,
it hatter, a "mad hatter" they
tailed him plld J225 foi the first
New York ticket. His unheard of ox
travagjuco made him famous. The
highest price paid for a single ticket
was In Providence, where the bit of
pasteboard was knocked down to
Colonel Boss for 5650.
Jenny Llnd gavo more than 100
concerts In this country thirty-five
in New York city, New Cl leans had
12 roncerta, Philadelphia 8, uoston
7, St. -puis and Cincinnati, 5 each,
Baltimore 4, I.oulnvllln 3, Washing
ton, Charleston and Nashville 2 each,
and Providence, Hlchmond, Natchez,
Memphis, Mndlson, Wheeling and
Pittsburgh heard her once. She nlso
sang three times In Havana
IJverywhcro audiences fought Ilka
angry mobs to gain entrance to the
concert hall. Everywhere they
stormed her with npplaute and
everywhere admirers nnd charity
sopkeri besieged her. llxtra concerts
had to be given to satisfy the throngs
and Jenny I.lnd added more extra
concerts for charity herself.
people prominent in pumic lit"
paid her gTeat honors. Mayors and
governors presented their compli
ments In person. President Fillmore
called on her.
Jenny I.lnd broke her contract
with p.arnum after 95 concerts sho
still had 55 to sing. but the great
showman and tho Nlghtlngalo parted
friends. While vltttlng In Boston, she
was married tn Otto Goldschmldt.
eompoer and pianist, nnd shortly
thereafter returned to Europe. In
1S5S, the took up her residence In
England, vvhrra she died In 188". It
li a curious fact that after her Amer
ican tour she never again sang pro
feslonally. There Is nn record of Jenny
i.ina s voice no oiacx msc to per
petuate It for comlnir generations.
Dut the Journals of her time. the
few living people who heard her: and
those to whom tho memory hasfeeon
handed down, all full the same btory:
"It vvns wonderful'"
SHAWNEE, Okla. Aus 29 M
J. Holland has been promoted from
local manager at Shawneo to district
manager at fluthrie and will havo
Jurdlstlctlon over 23 exchanges of
the Southwestern Bell&Telephone
company. W. E. Dougherty, formely
local manager, returnrt from Okmul
gee as manager of this district with
headquarters at 8hawnee. The
changes become Immediately effec
tive. Tlio Goods, All Hlght,
First Gossip Don't tell a soul,
but I saw a whole barrel of whisky
delivered to the Topeleys this aft
ernoon In broad daylight.
Second Gossip How'd you know
It wns whisky?
First Gossip Why, Topeley him
telf helped the delivery man handle
It with care. .Buffalo Express.
Paid on Savings. No taxes.
Tulsa's oldest and largest
Savings Association solicits
Tulsa Union Loan
and Savings Ass'n
8 East 5th St. Osage 5254
DAILY WORLD, MONDAY, AUGUST 30, 1920
GIRLS' DORMITORY ;
FULL AT KENDALL!
Many Applications for
Rooms ati Kemp Lodge
Are Turned Down.
"Penylng young people the prM
lege of anlerlng school when yon
want young people In school I not
vnv pleasant to y the least of It,"
I'reslrtent j. M. rinrdon f Kendall
college said yestetday.
This was by way of saving that
Kemp lodge, the boarding ball for
young women, Is Absolutely full at
tr s time. As a matter of fact this
h.is lieen true fur the past thiee
weeks and l'r Hordon has been
f r. fd to write let I or to a number
of vnung women telling them tint
they tannot bo accommodated In the
"This condition shows that there
IJ very great need for additional
rooming facilities tor the oung
women of Oklahoma who want to
come tfi Kendall, " Dr. floldon ild.
"The advisability of providing an
annex to Kemp lodge has been given
consineration nt a nailed meeting or
the executive cc mnilttee of the boatd
of trustees Iat Friday "
Securing of sufficient funds for
both buildings nnd endowment foe
the college was dlscusfed by mem
bers of tho exccutii-c committee, To
give tho matter careful consideration
nnd yet take definite steps lonklnt
to adequate endowment of the col
lege, a committee composed of T. J
llartman, W M llaker, and f. K.
Huchner was appointed to work In
conjunction with President Gordon.
This committee will make a report
at the next meeting of the executive
committee September 7
.Member, of ihe cimmltteo In at
tendance at the meeting weie Prank
Ilarnes. vice chairman: llev. Italnh
J. I-nmh, secretary; (.. R Huchner.
J. M Hall. E r Harwell, T. J.
Hartman. W. JIk llaker atfd Dr.
FIVE GO TO MEETING
Tulcft Will 1ki Well Ilcprrxciitctl nt
Mat' Convention or Salvation
Army Advl-ory llonrils.
Flvo Tulsans nro tn nttend tho
state meeting of recently organized
advisory boards nf the Salvation
Army to bu held In Oklahoma City
September 3. it is so far announced.
T. J. Hnrtman, an president of the
Tulsa county advisory board, will
be a member of the local delegation,
as will also Alva J. Nllea and John
Bogers, representing tho county
board. Commandant O. T Johnson
of the Salvation Army has received
his appointment ns a delegate from
tho southwestern chief division
headquarters nt Dallas. A repres
entative will also bo chosen from
the city nt large.
ALLEN IS IMPROVING
Knife Vhtlni N ltcpnrtcd netter at
Iloopllal Poller nnd no Truco
1 of Stupi'i-lcd AMallnnt,
Walter Alien, who was rerlously
stabbed lat Wednesdiy i.lght In a
flsht nt the Queen City rooms, 105
South Detroit was reported to be
greatly Improved 'ast night. Accord
ing to the hospital .".ttendunts he v
resting better than at any time tdnce
he had been hurt.
Jen Miller susnerted nt being tho
assailant In fact Allen yesterdav
told officers that Miller was the man
who stabbed him was still free at a
;atc hour last night.
Spriny field Hacked
Out by Acceptance
of Tidsa Shrincrs?
Where Is the vaunted courage
of Abou Ben Adhenu shrine of
Springfield, Missouri? Inquires
Akrtar shrine of Tulsi.
For Akdar shrlno promptly ac
cepted a. challenge to a baseball
game sent by Abou Hen Adhem
shrine vvee before last, setting a
dale for the match gamo In their
acceptance, but "nlvlr" i word has
been heard since from the chal
lengers. Even a telegram to the
shrine headquarters has failed to
"It looks as If they have devel
oped cold feet" M B. Flesher. who
was appointed to organize a base,
ball nine from Tulsi shrincrs,
iriUwalqbMtlosilf If an t'f fUtr
fill In tti trrtntl of JBc'tu.
letwr, HlDfwariA. Itch, tie. leoi
bonm dtkvtancffl biCAQM Olbel
trvkineou tt. Iloat'i bafr
Ton 1 1 lot on oar Mtmm
flick Ouarit4. Try ll ftlooi rtitt
wi ' . riiw i uc, m ur iuiiii,
. ft. lUfttarOi Co., BbrBiaa,TiM
DnnV trMi want tn lnv fntiff ol.w
beautiful hui? You can if you use
Nelson's Hair Dressing
Kition'i ml:3 stubborn, curly
hiir ioft, gloisysnd tuyto minigs,
It'a fin for ths Kilp, removx dinj.
rufftnd makci tlit luir grow,
All good drug tore in U. S.
kcrp Nclton'i. Ilouxito get Knu
NtUor.Mfg.Co., Richmond, Vs.
(IM loct. m w4Mi
lf, H ism, rW r nurisrmr.wii.
LlMVIMsVJVUtalW.W. SB lil 1 - T "
COI.OXI fitmt (. COMI'WA
Norrls Hopping has returned
from a motor tup through Arknn
W. O. Dlldlne, rathler of the Bank
of Commerce of Pnwhuska, vvns In
Tulsa Hatuday nnhuMncs.
Mr. mid Mis. B. M. Moody left
yettty fer Nv Ynrk City nnd.
other eastern point.
ttiittvll Mhophertl left Balurdny for
Knnsws City tn b gun nvvernl
Miss Itnue Johns of Oklahoma
Cltv Is visiting. Miss Daisy Peacock
in the Jefferson note).
Mrs. XV. M. Hnksr, daughter Cor
Inne. and con Hilly, arrived raturday
day frm Staunton. Vu., where th
have been spending the summer.
MIm Bonis, Martin ami Mrs. C. H.
Martin has onn to Ashland.
Ohio, Miere they ts lit spend tho
next I', weeks.
Kathryn Dfvers has returned
feom s two weeks' vacation, which
she spent In Kuirka Springs, Atlc,
and Kunsns city.
Miss Mary U. Vlrkrrs has re
turned home after having spenl
several weeks with hsr father In
Syracuse. N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Elton Everett and
family have returned home after
having spent three weeks nt Canada
lean Hoyd returned homo Satur
day nfter a two weeks' vneatlon
spent with friends In Philadelphia
Mrs O I Kennard and lion. Billy.
leturned Thurm1.iv after spending a
month In Columbus, Ohio, and other
points In Ohio.
Mr nnd Mrs. 1.. W. Slimier, who
havu been living In Wlehltn Falls,
Texas, for the past two enrs, hnve
returned to Tulsa to mnKo tneir
II. . II,. 1 1 -. r -. . A T nnrr III
MI. ,111(1 .llo, .I...J ..',,f, .
South Victor, nnnounte tho birth of
a son on August is, to whom thev
have given tho name of Hruio l'u
gene. Mrs John I Shoemaker, Mien
Ethel Shoemaker, nnd Miss Kathryne
Walters of Hloomsburg, Pa, have re
lumed home after spending Fevernl
weeks with Mi. nnd Mrs, John H.
W. n. Disney, head of the Tulsa
dlstilct of tho federal board of vo
cational education leturned Sunday
from McAlester, where he went
Thursday In the Intereit of the
D. C. Teters nnd Frink Adams
of the First Natlonnl bank of TIs
homlngn, wero In Tulsa Saturday
on business. Frank Adnms Is n
brother of Boscoo Adams, cashier ot
tho First National bank of Tulsa.
The followInT marriagn license
wero Issued In Tulsa county H,itur
day: William 13 Tarklnaton, Tulsa,
yj nnd Irene Cook, Tulss, H; Oeorzu
Mathls. Tulsa, 34 nnd Plummor
Tulsa 30 M M Quer Tmoo Hapul
pa, 23 anil Grace nvolli. Sapulpa,
15, Wllllnm A. Mclvln. Oklahoma
City. 31 and Ireno Brofillove, Hey
moro. Mo, 20 Karl Vcasman, Tulsa,
22 nnd Honnln Meyers, Dixon, Mo
IS; Eugene C. Parrlsh, Tulsa, 31 und
Hnttle D. Wnldrup. Pl-kens. Mls. 21
All Dreuliti sre authortitd to refund
the money II
Antiseptic Healing Oil
fslls to curt th Itcb do mt'tsr ho
evere the cam mar t.
It U s llnllna Antliepllc of the liUheit
Jualitr. recoiumcoded by every draMliL
)o ir tmtle.
A Speedy Recovery
it All Dlutlltll'
Sndal BmU o- 1U)W l l, fM
WADFIIlO StCUtATOS CO.UTT -0, Him Cil
TEACHER OF VIOLIN
Kail term openn Hpt. Ut
Studio -J Went Fourth Htipt
rhonffl O-850a Q-4828
Hnrnn ffcln from vtry rirrcn
ful Pot (JrtdUAl Cour, whtri I
UamM mln new and urctfti
whm tn tncflt pop1t with roublfa
of tho V-yt, Ur, No nd Throat
I)U. AUTIIl It C AMI'IIKM.
137 Myo Ithlv, Oiijfl i6.
210 Blrhard Bldg.
Third and Botion
Formerly of Hot
Blond, Rkln. Oenllo-Urlnarr
and Venereal Dlseaaas and
general office practice.
Eerums, Vaccines, Klectrlcal
Thons Oangs 1144
Begins August 30th
Knrdl immediately even If you cannot begin until later so thnt
you may take advantage of our pVesonr low rati .
Te-'lephons Osage 1429 for an appointment or call st the college
office 10J-U E. Third lrfct. Ho Mr. Cium or Mr- Newland.
Tulsa Business College
ENDS EVENTFUL LIFE
l"-c.ipcd 1'roni Burning Building and
Mini) lU'gttnlril 1 1 1 tit as 11
Sprelnl Is Ttia VVnrl t.
TAHI.KQIAII, Okla, Aug. 29
(lee Dlek, probably tho oldest full
blood Cherokee In this section, died
at hi honitt near ths I'otiiteen-mlle
creek, som miles mirlhwest of this
place, en'ne das ago Since the old
man's denth tm of his country
men h ive stated that he had reached
lbs ie of 104 team, but this Is
probably erroneous, though from re
liable authority It appeals that Dick
had really reached the nge of 51
years. It seems that he was born
in North CatoUna In 1SJG nnd came
vv'esl llh the "emigrant Cherokees"
In 1RSS, reaching the Indian terri
tory in 'he spring of 1139.
At that time Dick vvns a good
slied bnv about 13 years old, nnd
ho may be said tn have been prnc
tlcnlly the Inst of the Cherokees who
came west from the old n.illun M
vriira ago. HIS life contained many
Interesting chapters and wero his
recollections of tho oldtn days and
of the .uloneer Indians written In
detail a volume of unique Interest
would be seemed. Dick vvns a fed
eral soldier In the days of the civil
war and had a number nf exciting
experiences but came out of tho
For piiiny yenrs he lived near tho
banka of the Fourtern-mlln creek
In what was for a long period nf
time strictly an Indian settlement.
Among his neighbors weru some wild
and reckless characters who often
engaged In gun and knife fights, hut
us Oee Dick was a man of great
strength nnd handy with his vvesp
on, he was never molested. Dur
ing recent years ho was often seen
nt Ihn "stomp dniicrn" and took
part with giest Interest. Despite his
great age hn often rode Inlo Tnhle.
qunh hoii-ehack and rarely missed
going to the memorial day rxercU.es
at Fort Gibson.
Hundreds of Cherokee soldiers
are burled there and It was thought
that 3ld Dick would find a final
resting nlnce there, but his rnmllv
decreed otherwise and he was burled
not far from his old homo In the
forest near the creek. Dick's es.
cipe from a burning house near Fort
iiiDsnn in win nays or tho civil war
has often hern told, and It has nlso
been said that some of his suner.
stltlous countrymen looked upon him
ns a spirit, stating that Dick nnd a
common were roally burned to
death In the flames kindled by con
federate noldlera In an attempt to
smoke" 'he federal Indians out of
win nniisn imo wnich they had run
Clear Your Skin
EAtTD AT ONCE DY II IC
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no etibntltuto for imported
Of Kansas City, Mo,
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Rtocks. Bonds. Drain and Cot
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sldlary Stock) Now York nnd
Boston Curb, Liberty Bonds
Bought and Rold. Prlvnto Wires
CHAR, D, CHOTCIIITTT, Mgr.
Telephoiio Osngo OiOO, Nn. 1 1
, lCut Fourlli Nt,, TiiIsji, Okla.
S. & F. TAXI
Has changed hunds, We would
gladly do any hauling you
might have and treat you
right., Our sole Intercut Im to
plensn, satisfy nnd give quick
tsrvlce to our customers. Our
rates are right. Oill us
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W. L. Brookshirc,
Gcrmam Make Zcpps
f Asnf f Vrtifirt in i
Frisco from Berlin
AKHON". OHIO, Aug. J9. Two
Upper v piellns ;t th ligest type
ovur ronslrticted, are being con
structed in Oertnany for American
Interests for use in freight and
passenger service between Berlin
and Han Fisnclsrn, via New York,
according In John H. Onmmiter.
aeronaut expert of a large tire und
rubber company Iter1, wl n h.l
Just returned from u trip abroad.
A prominent autu manufacturer
and thi llnmburg.A m p r I o a n
iteamslilp ci,mps,ny Is linnclng
the project, he said. They are ex
peeled to be placed In operation
within four mouths
TWO SEVERELY BURNED
Brllmv Oil Field Worker NrrlfMUh
Inlinvil Mictt csns lilup Fxpbiilcd
Whern 'I'hey Wrni Wiirklng.
Arlliit T Pntllni. Nml If 1," ltilrll.
cork cf Mrlstoiv were rtoelvtd nt .'
local hnMdtal Saturday afternoon
suffering from severoMiiirns received
that morning in the on lieias
near Brlstoiv vvheu a gas line ex
ploded nnd caught fire ,
Until nil n tvr ftwifirstv hllrn nn
the fact nnd nrms nnd .hospital nl-
leiiii.miH iiei'i.ircii inar ir.e imrn'
iiiImIiI iirnl'fl t ilnl rtiA turn Mei
einplny',t by the Suelly Oil company.
ai imri some unc
11 r j n r
Predicts That Coal
Prtccn Will Tumble
INDIA.VArOI.IH. Aug. 2i,
Materlnl. t eduction in the price
nt coal ns a result nf tho order of
the Interstate commerce commis
sion that nn open tnji earn shall
be furnished wagon mines which
have no tipple or chute for load
)n3 wns predicted here today In a
stntoment Issued by Kills Henries,
editor if the Vnlted Mine) Work
I Carried by RaU
K!LL THE RATS
International Exterminator Cor lists,
Mice. Cockroaches and Water Bugs.
Itcrt'sleeia desire lu tlicse jxtln to run
from tlm building (or water and fresh
air, (ljliiR nuuidn in a lew moments.
Tueefaee, 33c nj SI. BO thmmlj rnlA
la kill frm SOU 400 Ht:
Heady for Use. Order from Dealer.
t PUT DOWN LI0U0R
Tills Is Uternlly th Duty of TllWO
j cucrui aarpm in (.citing
CINCINNATI, Ohio, AUK
"ruttlnn; down lliunr" oanstltutcs
tlm routlnn duty of some federal
These ngenla Interpret this phrMe
Mornltiff, nodn nnd night theia
government officials swallow the It
It's a pessimistic story on ot
tluso men tells.
' When wn nro flnslgnrd to a CAsn
for Investigation wp nro told we must
buy drinks tn provo oui charge that
tho nlleged offender, or offenders
havo been Illegally trafficking In In
toxicating liquors," ho said,
"Of course, tho government pays
for these drinks, but think ot tha
stuff that wo havo to drink.
"I know I am belnc slowly pois
oned. I am vvalklnrf to my own fu
neral. "It usett to take ten year for
heavy drinker of whiskey to loss his
balanca In life. It have been at this
Job six months and 1 am all wronc
"ftalsln Jack, white mula and tn
other brands nf Illicit and adulter
ated lliiuurs are proving to me that
they were never Intended tor ft man'si
"YV'n never drink enough to set
drunk. We Juat add snmothlnc each
day to (he slo pnlaonlng process."
The truthfulness of this tsU I
found In tho dull eyen and deepened
linen In the faces ot thess federal tn
"Kdllh'a husband soutna to mo
pretty common clay,"
"Well, she's retting the rocks out
of him, all right" Boston Tran
script. IBsst1 .lblBlaf inlcltee IsafAM
s SMtur r-ltaT fr-M VirMMx,
lindnHIM S-IM ( IW-Uw
pen, -oritl. MeM,aM. l
cot.oNi.M) nnim cosrpANy
T.akc Turpo Quick!
You know what a sncete, usually
oirani. And colds lu summer r
n nulsancn always a menace often.
Many a cold lias been effectually
checkod rlmply by applylns Turpo
In the nostrils and snuffed well
back Into tho air passages. Try It
next time you feel a cold coming on.
Also rub Turpo on noss and fore
heud. Turpo works wonders In' all
norm nf colds, catarrh, hay fever,
sore throat, headaches, etc. Get a
incKnr.e loony anil rend the circu
ar enclosed. Turpo Is antiseptic
counter-lrrlthnt and headn?. U l
the ono remedy you need on lour
vacation or summer outing, Turpo
ts sold In 30o nnd 0o sizes by drug
gists who ijlve a posltlvo guararvio.v
of your money back Jf dissatisfied.
Advt. 1 '
Vacation 1 Fiililngl Swlmmlriffl Moiqulto
Intel I Sunburn lot of It I Maybe a sum
mer cold I It makes no difference If you
carry FIRSTADE with you.
Sunburn li inttantly relieved and the ikin
ltd toft and cool. Mosquito and Insect
bites don't itch after you uic nilSTADE.
Summer colds are relieved immediately
and disappear Cult, burns and scratches
arc healed and cleansed.
FfRSTADE Is a combination of mild,
healing, penetrating pits and antiseptic in
gredients a big, wide-mouthed tube, full
of relief and comfort.
"Travel light" on your vacation. Don't
tahe a lot of medicine with you. Just a
lube of FIKSTADE, the little doctor for
May safe be sure a tube of FfRSTADE
is in your kit when you start on that vaca
tion. M Every Drus Slors'SScYTllte