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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1920
WILL TRY NEW
rjty Commission Decides
to Use Macadam As a
- Base for Streets
COST MAYJ3E LOWER
Property Owners Aroused by
Discussion of Project
1 j.rira'I'im l to bo Riven ft trl.il In
TulM a- PfvlnB ba0" "UPPlant'iS
' rtf,e Mayor and city commls
.lenera. together with City Engineer
n V 'Jrlggs, agreed nt yesterday's
ram --ion meotlnG to make tho
S, m nn effort to provide pav
ffor which petitions havo been
filSd several months and on which
' inert cannot bo used becauso of
tho cc. .cnt shortage.
The city engineer Instructed
v.V commission yesterday to pro
'L a tot of specifications under
liiii "la.ndam moy bo laid by con
ct"'a Theso Specifications will
hen bo submitted to tho property
owners whose name arc contained
In the petition, and wlh their sanc
tion t i '9 will bo asked for tho nffw
tp ' paving.
It h probable, Mr. drlgga said,
that tli" macadam specif lea tlonH will
rrovi'lf for a thickness of eight
ches Uid and rolled In two coursos
Inches, laid and rolled In two
couW ' Tho sub-haire will bo of
fairly large rocks, and will ho prob
ably 4 inches thick. Then four
Inches moro of rock will bo added
nd rolled a topping of finer stono
will be rolled Into cracks nnd wa
tered. "n top of all thlH there will
be a sprinkling of asphalt ns a tem
The permanent surface will not
be adorn lor per naps iwo years,
.n. hn rn.nt hita hfttl ltet fiM
heavy traffic nnd after nil defects
or tort places nnvo neen iirnugni
out Then these defects will be rem
edied and the permanent surfacing,
colz-'ing of two Inches of asphalt,
will be added.
If Klx'h street property owners
agree to this chance, nnd If nincad
tm is u fd, two assessment will bo
Turtle agn nst the property--one for
DIDN'T KNOW "
'TWAS SO GOOD
County Excise Board
Gives Conacnt to An
Increase In Salaries
In a loiter to mayor nnd city
commissioners read nt tho enm
mjalon .mcctlnir yesrrrday morn
ing, tho county'exclso board gave
Its written consent tr on Increase
In salary for Kile Marshal Wes
ley Hush from f 1,800 to t2,100 a
, year, ami for City tnilldlnu In
spector II, B, Kopp ftit Increaso
from 2,400 n year to 12.700.
This ralso Is retroactive to
July 1, 1920. rubllcatlun of tho
Increase la to bo given before It
Texas Lady Storekeeper, Who
Carries Black Draught In
Stock Has Found It "Best
Liver Medicine" Obtainable
tho macadam and nnothar nlraut
two rears later for tho surfacing.
However, tho city engineer Relieves
tho total cost will not Be moro than
that of regulation concrete paving
Tho mayor nnd 'city communion
crs.nfter obtaining n, mass of Infor
mation some of It first-hand nnd
conccrnlnc local nrolecls havo glv-
en a tacit recommendation of
macadam. T. C. Hughes, local en
glncer, who laid macadam paving
on Main street rrom Tentn to xnir
teonth slreet eleven, years, furnished
much Information which Influenced
tho commission to coninder mncad
nm. Theso blocks) paved by Mr.
Hughes havo withstood tho ravages
of time and traffic and aro still in
Ity following tho plan of allowing
trnino on uio macadam nasa tor
several months before thn pcrma
nnnt surfacing Is applied, mayor,
city commissioners nnd city engi
neer believe a paving will result that
Is as uurnblo ae straight paving.
Since tho. macadam agitation was
started several days ngo, many prop
crty owners havo visited city offl
clals individually and at commission
meetings nnd expressed a desire
that their petitions bo changed and
spoclfy macadam Instead of con
their prjojceti bo reartvertlseii to
creto. It appears probable that tho
laying of macadam In Kendall will
start ti general change In favor of
tho new typo base, nnd that many of
the petitions now on fllo with the
city auditor will bo changed.
"Macadam should no. slightly
cheaper than concrote," street Com
mlssloner O, A. fltrlncr nald yester
day. , "Hocks for7 this purposo can
Parker. Texas. Relating her ex
fcMlenre vlth Thedford's Block,
triught. Mrs. A, L. Fromme, of this
jlcf, saysf "I had for some tlmo
Usd . and other liver medicines
hlch would nauseate and make mo
fetl bad Wc havo a store, and our
customers called for Ulack-Draught
n often I decided it must be good,
to thought I would try it myeolf,
"I began Its use and found It Just
fitted my case. It neither griped nor
nauseated me, was an easy laxative,
ond not hard to take.
"I had had headaches a great deal,
no doiib- from torpid liver. Tho
lilark-nnught would euro them.
The best way I find to take lllack
Draught tfl take one or two good
iliti doses until tho liver begins to
net, then taper tho doses to Just a
Bh after meals.
"It win Insure good digestion, do
my with the gas 0r bad tasto. In tho
mouth, and Is without doubt tho bost
Hvtr medicine in tho market. I havo
found It so. I can recommend It to
friend", for I bcllovo It will do
th(m good." i
Get a package of Thedford's
niack-nraunht liver medicine today.
Moei dealers carry It In slock.
i Letter Tells How it
May be Overcome all
Tort Dodge, la. "From the iimo
daughter was 13 years old until
sno was iu eno
suffered so badly
each month that
sometimes I had
to call in the
doctor. She had
aches and such
pains nnd cramp
that she would
have to stay in
bed two or thrco
days. She became
. .. t U 1 .....
j . 1 I kti i luiy tun
in ucaun ana at last a, menu
!" had med Lydla K. Tinkham's
ucetable Compound told her about it
m the l,a ,t,ea 111 bottles, and we !
T'.vs have it in tho house. Bhe feels
'He now and she has no trouble at all
month. We nlwavs praise it and
av,r any friPmlg who BU(Icr to ma
four wonderful medicine." Mrs.
i ,'e JUndelko, 1005 S. IStli St.,
10th Ave., J'ort Dodge, Iowa.
t'lrls who are troubled as Miss Man
"llo was, should immediately seek
''toration to health by taking Lydla,
1 mkham's Vegetable Compound.
luoio who need special advice may
"te to Lydla E. l'inkham Medicine
'nfideptial) Lynn, Mn. These
"Iters will l,e opened! read and an
'"fred i,v x womiu aud Iicld In strict
be obtained within a short distance
from Tulsa, nnd while tho new lype
of bam will bo about twlco ns thick ,
ns-concyto base, rock Is much more
cheaply onuunen anu noes noi ro
iulro so much machinery for lay
ing." Tho curb would bo regulation con
crete, tho same no nil other curbing
now In, use. That Is practically tho
only part of macadam paving that
Just how cement manufacturing
companies will tegard the tnovo of
Tulsa Is problematical. It Is be
lieved locally that they will regard
It with disfavor, oven though no co
ment Is obtnlnnblu In largo quanti
ties. This belief Is borne out by
tho presence before mayor and city
commlsoioners Thursday morning of
E. II. llrowncll, representing tho ce
ment manufacturers of this district,
who argued against macadam and
in favor of content.
llccnuso of tho possible magni
tude of tho chango In Tuls.1 alone,
and tho additional possibility that
the movement. If proved successful,
will sprud ti) vurroumllng clllin. It
Is regarded nn a strong probability
that cement manufacturers will ex
ert some extra energy In1 finding why
Tulsa lo not supplied with ull tho
.cemont It can use.
Marriago licenses) Issued Friday:
Donald D. Carroll. 22. and Ida M.
Circle, 22, Tulsa; Charles h. Heeler,
37, Tulsa, nnd Pearl ttaney, 30, Wich
ita I'aus, icxus.
Machinery has been Invented for
removing tho pull) trom unmarket
able citrus fruit so that It can be
utilized for many purposes.
Tulsa Officials Take
Part In Gas Rate Case
City Attorney l'rank 1). Duncan
and C. It, Rogers wero In Oklahoma
City yesterday beforo the statu cor
poration commission during (Is hear
ing of tho Oklahoma Natural Oas
company's request for nn Increase
In rates. The hearing yesterday was
devoted to Inspecting the gas com
pany's valuation papers.
Petitions for divorce wero filed In
district court l'rlday by Myrtle
Jlrown against Clnreiieu Drown;
Paulina Howard ngalnst llornhard
HowarM; Anna D. Howell against O,
N. Howell; Minnie Totcr against
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The prevailing spirit of the times is wonderfully ex
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An exceptional purchase by
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easily discern as tho most ad
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Special Sale of Silk and
Now comes the absolute clearance of summer dresses of silk,
great selection In values up to 20 is offered today
Accordlan pleated skirts In all
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Taffeta dresses in novelty modes nnd prettily trimmed In self and
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Crocheted and Unit sweaters of
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Httlq belts that tlo In tho back
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Small and medium shapes with effective trim
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Millinery Poctlon, Thlnl floor i
Soaps at Special
"McnenB' " Boratcd Skin Soap,
i "Bocabelli" Castile Soap, small
Bizc, 3 .for 25c.
Cashmcro Boquct Soap, largo
size, special 20c.
"Scotchtono" Soap, Bpccial, 3
u-.-'Jcrgcns' " Violet Bath Soap,
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Drug SocUbn, Main Moor
39c and 89c
In odors of Lily of tho Valley,
Lilac, Whito Rose. Violet, Wis
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"Mary Garden" Perfume, in
ounco packages, special $2.00.
"Elmo" Ralo Perfume in bulk,
epecint, oz., $1.69.
Dni Section, Main' Floor
A shipment of this popular
ivory just received comprising
a complete line of tho "Du
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Combs, trays, mirrors, picture
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Announcing our readiness to
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Hot water bottles.
Bulb syringes. .
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of whito metal, in most all
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In white, gray and beaver.
Contrasting and self color
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Many pieces to choose
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Special value at 50c.
In small checks, stripes
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Special value at 45c.
From the Main
Satin "Etoilo" in all colors nnd
blnck nnd whito.
36 inches wide.
Special, yard, $3.89.
Fancy Kimono Silks
Beautiful rnngo of designs and
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Suitable for kimonos nnd. Hn-
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In all colors and black.
Fine grades 10inchca wide. J
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Silk Crepe do Chine
In an interesting variety of
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10 Inches wide,
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Wool Storm Serge, in Kolly,
green, scarlet and navy,
i 36 inches wide.
Special, yard, $1.98.
Novelty Wool Plaids
Good assortment of colors nnd
designs in plaids only,
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Wool Storm Sergo
In navy nnd red.
36 inches wide, good grade.
Special, yard, $1.39. '
All-Wool Middy Flannel
In navy nnd gray.
27 inches wide nnd all wool. 1
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Of good grado muslin,
i 45x36 in, torn and, hemmed.
Special, each, 53c,
"No. 450 Bridal' NalnsooTc '
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White crochet; medium grade
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Double Buck Cotton Face Towels
Sizo 17x34 inches. x
Fancy blue or red borders.
Special, each, 39c.
Of good domestic.
Size 18x45 inches.
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Full fashioned in black only;
Special, pair, $M8.
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Children's Sergo Dresses, ages
, from 6 to 16 years. Prices
1 from $10.00 to $3260.
i Children's Gingham Dres6ca,
nges from 4 to. 34 years. Prices
" from. $4.00 to $11.00.
Children's Middy Dre3scs, ages
u from 4 to 20 years. Priced
. from $5.00 to $11.00. .
Children'n hntl Junior Coats,
agca from 4 to 17 years. Priced
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Children's' ITatrt tand Tarns,
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Children's Sweaters, nges from
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$61,0 to $15.00.
Children's underwear, nil nges
Children's Middles, from ?.00
Children's Middy SWrts from
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ChJldrcn'j) Section, Second Floor
" Skirts Special $54
A certain lot to close out, com
it prising fillk both, plairt and
fancy. "V Af g
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A few wool Jplalds. -ff
-Regularly: to ?30.00. , " '
Third Floor. ' ' J,
Corsets Special $1.19 1
"Crown belt Corsets of cotton
coutil in white.
Some good modelB in 4ho lot.
Sizes from 23 to 28.
Georgette Blouses r
Light nnd dark colors, in a
Regularly $10.00 and $12.00.
Summer Silk Dresses to close
out at One-half Price.
32-inch Fancy Gingham
In beautiful plaids and
Special, yard, 42c.
32-inch Fancy Ginghams
All plaids and plain
Regularly 75c. a
Special, yard, 59c. '