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TULSA DAILY WOULD, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1920
SAPULPA Y. W. C. A.
Hoard of Directors and
t - ..mil'. on mc curly corn H
; ...imv una wmh 11 vorv
(k MUCH RAINFALL
Crops Arc ncitiK Damaged By
Kxccasivo Amount of
Kain In Sapulpa
ffKin to iht World
.-AT I'l.fA. Kept II The Hapulpa
XV ' A wiih formally ornanlniil
In- m l". at u meeting held at thn
i,m .m ol the public library,
i h 1 r. than two hundred women
in4 t. - "i attendance TIiIh meet
UiU w i opened by tlio slnulnir of
mt i Mrs. diaries Wlillnker
r,!,.. i nnd the Invocation was
Iht ly Mm V. 8. Moore. Mrs.
;VhC .rr Introduced Miss Prances
rutin r field secretary of Texas.
oVi n i ,i nnd K.nn.is. who spoke
it li . "i -in the original pirns made
,t t ninths nuo for thin limit tu
llon ports of committees were
then r n nnd Mrs. Joe Allen, chnli
m.,n . 'v financo (committee, it-p.-
tril it nt present J3.000 was
lto i ) n a hank drawing Interest
it.eOi in a checking account, nntl
J7S0 In plcdees that have not yet
Mn rn'J AM of thin money who
rai-ftl I'1 popular subscription and
pi.nl t j t) is.nesa men and women of
th ci Mrs. O. It. Shaffer, chair
nun f ' 'ir memliershlp rommlttee.
rer .r a .j; members of tho Y. W.
f a I'd told of the method she
lud u'r I to procure these members.
jjr? i .'iierine PIson. publicity
chairman was not present und her
npirt nu read by Mrs. Arthur
BU' M s lldna Tylo, local socre
tar T'j.-ia who mulo nn Inipres
ihe talk, extended greotlnirs from
Tulsa The constitution and by-lawn
cro then read and adopted. Tele
fr ml were read to) tho organization
fr m M .s Julia White, secretary of
OKpulRce y. W. C. A. nnd from
Ih i Miss niliabeth Andrews, local
Id rtary was Introduced. She made
i c. r' talk, and spoke of the plans
tnj purposes of the organization
X list of tho board of directors was
Rtn rrid which had beon made by
lll.-j no'hwell Tbu members are:
Mm. Ch.rlrs Whlttalter, Mrs. I M.
slcr Mrs J. W. I.ockrldfic, Mrs.
Al e Mrs. J J. I.itham. Mrs
Clue Tos'i, Mrs Arthur Mark, Mrs
J V lie iver, Mrs. I, J. Hurt, Mrs
0 II Shaffer, Mrs. jr. M. Kisson
Mrs, D A McDougal, and Gertrude
Pails, Allco Van Vclzlcr, Maudo Yer
iln anil Georgia Y'lngel. Tho nicot
ine was then turned over to tho cn
tfrtalnmcnt committee. Miss Naomi
Trotter and Miss MauldUi, who gavo
liberal piano solos. T'unch and
mlnt were served as refreshments
i. n it i ' .on
ffiioil i rnn i h
win promises good returns.
"Weot potir.ies are making excellent
growth Kmly potatoes have been
harvested for the unt several weeks
and are generally of n good quality.
I ho second crop of while potatoes
is growing well Pastures arc In
good condition and livestock Is re
porting ns doing very well. The un
thrux epidemic, has not ntfetled the
.tui k in tli Ik toulitj at all.
Marriage licenses for this week
aro: Tom Ilulleyl2r., and Cathcrlno
Dunbarger 10, Dritmrlglit ; Kdgar
Kdwards SI, and Mrs. A. Cuff SO,
Okmulgee; .Hdwl'n rVott 36, and
Thelmu Hlophcns 18, Klefer; H U.
Hoarks R&. and Kvangellno Stewart
.'1, Tulsa; Tred nrorn 2.1. and Initio
I'artmlll 1 S, Tabor, William i:
on SO, Kupulpa, and Ida Carter H,
fiiioud, John I'atton SJ, and l,eho
Mason 23. llrlstnw. Hoy J. Studloy
6, and Juanla Kellog 2B, Hapulpa;
llecle Archley 21 and Kitty I'renlcy
1, llrlstow; Joseph K K.tfer 32, Hn
mil pa. and Idelta Alby 24, Illxby;
loyd Harrison 23, Ant, and lierlha
llamtnersley 20, Siipulpi. Sol Krlsch
1.", Stillwater, and l'-lnrenre Katr. 31,
Sapulpn; HIIJa llanwooil 21, and
Katlu Itomlne 0, Kelle illtf; James
V. Hill 56, and Mrs Katie Johnson
ilothes donated lis' fill have been
given away nnd It Is nlmost Impetii
tlve that a large n imbcr of clothes
be collected on this drive to be waited
on Monday morning.
Hehool begins here Monday morn
ing nnd tho prospoct Is now that all
school buildings will bo crowded to
capacity although a number morn
teachers have been employed for tills)
year than were Inst enr. A gen
eral teacher's meeting was held yes
terday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the
high school building and this morn
ing principals and teachers met at
their own buildings to perfect plans
for the opening of the si hools on
Monday morning Pupils win report
lo their rooms Monday morning and
will teglster and receive enrollment
cards, lessons will bo assigned nnd
pupils will be diainlK-ed to report
for work Tuesday morning,
A clinic was held at the ited Cross
eurslng headquarters this morning
und Jane Kitchen was operated on
for the remoMil of tonsils iind, ade
noids. Dr. II. 11. Hubs nnd Dr. U It.
Hmlth performed the operations and
Mrs. Iltggeuhottom and Mrs. Ncvln
were the nurses In attendancu.
Mrs Mabel Ilassett, local agent for
the Humane ftnrlely Ktated today
that Monday mornlng lrom 8-9
o'clock was the tlmo set for the "old
clothes drive" to be carried on. Ho.
tnrlans of the city will gather up
the bundle and have offered the use
of their ears for that hour. Hundles
are to be left on front porches and
will be gathered up nnd taken to tho
Humano Society's offlco and sorted.
Old clmhcs, shoes, bedding nnd fur
niture tire Hsked to be donated. Ks
peclally lire the clothes and shoes
needed for children of school age, for
Mrs. Ilassett states that a number of
others havo appealed to her for
clothes nnd state unless supplied
them they cannot stnrt their children
to school. Tho Humane Society Ih
ptnrtlrnlly out of funds and nil drinks, nnd warned to refrain from
Lillian Wesley nnd John Williams
wsru Arrested jestcrday ntlotnonn
for shoplifting. Threo stores re
ported that this couple entered and
took away merchandise. Tho stores
that were robbed wero tho Katz De
partment store, Indian Curio store
and WIIIU Creegan Hardware. A
ohofo down the Main street and Into
the addition was made by officers
before catching the couple. Chief
of Police Jack Wisdom mind Offlcor
Jou Cox mado tho nrnst.
A raid was mado last night by city
police, and officers were placed over
the city and told to raid nil places
susplcloned of opeiating gambling;
games. Tho raid resilted in the ar
resting of ten gamble s Pour boyw
arrested at the 11. and M pool hall
wero discharged when they testified
they wero only playing for tho
gambling of any .irt Ige Mavs
li. 11 ley Hughes. Jim llirns lleggs
and Henry carton, nesro. were fltu d
tt each by Major J. Wade Hone
Cl.irrnco Patterson and lted Pe k
weto fined II oaoh.
Klre Chief William Collier has Is
sued a warning all streetn limit bo
cleared when thn fun trucks respond
to a call The cause of this was that
a fire truck narrowly mlysed collid
ing with 11 I'o ul car tma morning
when attempting to get to a fire All
persons not adhering to this order
will be pruseeuioa.
An nuto park has been secured for
persons attending the county fnlr 10
be held here Heptember 15 to In,
nnd nil persons uriving cars may
park them at this place A fee of
fifty cents will be charged. Work
for putting the fair grounds Ir.to
shape has been stnrted and the first
shows nrn to arrive tho first of the
week. Knrm exhibits aro already ar
riving nnd plans and preparations
aro being made to make th's the
biggest nnd best count) fair held In
Organisation In every precinct In
tho county will be the aim of tho
Hardliur-Coolldgo club, James
Mnrs, president announced today,
Tho club has 65 menibeis Offi
cers of tho cluh are James J Mars.
president; H. II. Hankln, treasurer,
and Mrs J. Watlo Hone, secretary.
American Boy In Killed
In Fighlinn In Ireland
TACOMA, Wash, Kept in
.IameK. K Moloney, n local mer
chant, has received a (.ililegram an.
noupclng tho death of Ills son fro n
a gunshot wound received In a
clash Involving Irish factions nil
Watcrtown. Ireland. Thn hoy. aged
1, was visiting .In Ireland with hie
mother. Tho cablegram, said ncatii
resultod from a shot ovor his heart
Inflicted by a Ilrltlsh soldier Mr
Moloney has naked Congressman
Albert Johnson to lay thn matter
beforo the stato department,
Mr" Wi It Tiealwell, secretar. of
the V w C A at Dalian 1'ollowlng
"Crtelc county has had too much
rainfall this week to bo favoraahlo
to riant growth. Tho moisture has
bocn entirely too heavy and has In
terfered with tho plowing and har
vesting of broom corn," says J. II. N.
Cibv, secretary of the chambers of
commerce. Tho growth of grass and
tchnteer wheat Is making extra
trk foi trto wheat growers tf Creok
c unly The sowing of the fall crops
cfwheit rye and barley Is expoctcd
to bfRin next week.
nains have Interfcrred with the
thrrsh ng and has damaged the grain
In the ihnek, stack nnd bin.
The hy rains that fell this week
ri hatd on the cotton which Is
bdlv r nei-.i of more dry. wnrmr
n'hrr nnd less cloudiness to has
ten -hr d' t lopment of the crop 1
Wrcvii Ted worm are numerous and
"ijn fr the greater part of the
tamace Corn has remained In 1
Radium at Last1
Open the Dobr of 1
?& Great Unknown?
" rnu r ick ana want to Ot Well
ml Kri-p vn, writ for literature thnt (
ti ' II..W and Why this lmol unknown j
M H.nd'fui new cle(ment brlngM relief
to o n.any tulferera from Hheuniailsn.
Clout, Neuritis, Ksuralvla, Ntr j
11 P'oiiratlon. ltlith lllood Prot ira anJ
t'Miu, ,1 lh, stomach. Heart, I.unire.
l-irr. h dneya anil other atlmenta You
'r renen a Hadln Active Ho!r pad '
"r and niaht. riruimr t ) IUilln.Ariu I
'onunuoutly Into your eyatein, calli
a hrl t hy circulation, overcoming; atuu-fi-lm-
ihrowlng off Impiirttea and re
tir n the tuiuca and nervea to a normal
e'Blniat nj the nl thing you know
Jo. tr, Buing well.
on a imt proroittlon Tou are thor
tlii ouifiid It ia lielplna you beforo
"n anfi.np, la jm,rfc Nothing to do but
i' Mr, irotiblo or eapenae. and the
niit ,, fael ,tl0 nppiun,.,
" '''I It I ,,,1.1 mt. r,.n.i,hl lh,t ll l
reach uf all, I,,, til rich and
M s -i
II id j,
lifw vour nllmpnf. or
niltni: w wli! be itleimrii tu
'rv u at our rtjk Tor tull in-
wrtte tyilay not tom irrow
Api.'Unt'e Co, 102t Uradbury
AOfcrlfM. Calif --Ailvt
Every thine I
f "? Perfect rea.il.. .
114' mi 1'uiora.
There are several ways of protecting your valuable
papers and jewelry.
You can put them in the oven, in a mattress, in a dresser
drawer, bury them in the ground or put them in our
burglar-proof and fire-proof vault. It depends on the
degree of protection you want.
Don't consider the cost, because it is too trivial to count.
You can rent a box for a year for ?3, and have access
as often as you like during banking hours.
We would like to have you inspect the vault even though
you do not need a box at this time.
Fourth and Main
OFFICERS and DIRECTORS
G. R. McCullough, President
A. E. Bradshaw, V. President
A. W. Hurley, V. -President
C. W. Benedict, V. -President
H. O. McClure, V.-President
JohnW. Gilliland, V.-President ,
John B. Foster, V.-President
C. T. Everett, Asst. V.-Pres.
Roscoe Adams, Cashier
M. M. Shaver, Asst. Cashier
W.. E. Downing, Asst. Cashier
W. H. Walker, Asst. Cashier
H. C. Pestor, Asst. Cashier
F. L. Alban, Asst. Cashier
C. W. Benedict
A. E. Bradshaw
vlas. K. Crawford
John B. Foster
John W. Gilliland
A. W. Hurley .
Dr. S. G. Kennedy
W. L. Kistler
Thos. D. Lyons
R. Otis McClintock
H. 0. McClure '
G. R. McCullough
C. E. Strouvelle
It is quite a compliment to the Curtis Brown
store to have caused a change in the Advertising methods of those
competitors who so recently combined together to prosecute this
Ihe Tulsa newspaper files reveal some inter
esting facts about prices, methods and attitudes. Prominent
amongst them are promises of lower prices, which is quite a
change in attitude from, threatened prosecution for our declara
tion of lower prices, less than three months ago.
The buying public will no 'doubt welcome
these methods and attitudes, and we are sure of the welcome
concerning lower prices.
Twelve weeks ago we refused to become af
filiated with a combine of price dictators. We declared our stand
and stood by it. We- haven't changed our opinion, policy, meth
ods of merchandizing or our prices, except to lower them to con
form to prevailing markets. .
We do claim the honor of flattery, and vin
dication so admitted by competition. It is another instance of
"follow the leader."
Closest selling margins,'
'Lower the cost of living,
and numerous other familiar phrases as well as the lowest prices1
belong in Tulsa and were not only originated, but will be main
tained by this store.
TULSA'S LIVEST LEADING MEN'S 5 TO RE
Double Your Earning Power
It Is an onsy mntler to tlouhlo your enrnlnr; power to Ket
J150 to 200 ft month insto.nl of only J7G to 100. If "ii
hnvo it common siliool eduoatlon anil ambition tn suki.iI,
thn DHAIOIIUN BI'KCI AMZIil) UUHINKS THA1NI ,( 1
that you will recolvo In this srhool will prcpar you to uui
double what you can earn now.
niKht here In Tulsa, s well us throughout the Knuthwest, aro
hundreds of young people who nrn earnlnR two, three an.l
evon four times us mtieh ns thoy loulil hnvo earned before,
wo trained them for hluh Riade office positions. Wh.it tluse
younK myi and women hnvo done, YOU CAN 1)0. (
10 Discount for Immediate Action
A discount of ton -per cent from regular rates will Vie n Unwed
to all persons arrniiRlni; fur ilxir scholnrshlpH iIuiiiik our
foil openlnit. Plan to enter our school .Monday net started
at tho beginning of tho term nnd muko u substantial suvlng
on tho cost of your seholarshlp.
IIKMKMI1KK. Prnilghon's Is tho Collcice that Issues nn un
limited or "I,lfe" Hi huUrsliip, and absolutely Ut'AHA.Vf
good offlec posltloi.
ti:m:i'ho.i:. wiuti: oh cam. at oru ornn: i oh
Draughon's Business College
Tho Smtlii.t'N lwllnc K'li(xl nf HiislinvN
saeo 3081 MO S, .Mnlri hi.
The Boss J
X 11C X-U111L lS
Vfp nn rjtsterhrooli pen i(ilnt tn hi Ho us
(hut tuiler for Oflltti i:iiiliim'iit ami
Wo rt'cniiimi'Uil Hum- pen kiIiiIh for nil
urllliiK inirpnM'H. Tln) llt own urlto ml,
hIiIK' or blur, ('null) In mill nsk for u win
plo parkiiKO of lUistcrbriMik I'm l'olnti., ami
They ro free In ru-linnno for jour iintno
Field Stationery Co.
comi'MJTu orrit 1: orTiTrrr.ns
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