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TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11 1922
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lliblc ThouyhtH for Today
WATCH: What I aay milo you 1 aay itntn
Watch. Mark 11.17.
What reward do thowi receive who walk not
irf t i-r th fleah. bill Altai Ilia spirit ?-llomana
DiiMocn.vntJ iu:voir growing
Tha iipootaay of Alger Mellon, rorinar demo
drntle U( chairman, ah"ws to what eiianl the
dfimc.crr.tlo i.vi,!l .nvlnt ilia isoclflllel.racon
ftruotlon raproachtnent which culminated In
the nomination of J. C. Wallon, ha grown.
There to lint an niitatHnilliig, inpulable dnmo
oral In th atnte of Oklahoma supporting Wn.
Inn, who can show u elnnn pnlltlanl hill of
health. Name one, ntiit InMnnlly thn Inspired
tongue of rumor will connect tlmt one with
'pledge of appointment In ce Wnlton l rlaclf J.
Tho orlgliinl Wnlton boomers among the demo
crat were In almost every Instnncn mm dls.
credited already In their own party. Until, Old.
ttltiK". KatuaT Auk tho democrats of Oklahoma
City who hnvo flgurod larKcly In tha roiinclltt
of tlivlr imrtyl
NrMiItT I.lnten to lh riltnnr ImattliiK nbont
tha tlnto, nni! know tlmt ho la InhorliiK mil from
gtmvlctlon hut unclfr tha ptirailnalvo apaSI of
Jnntcrlnl thlnsa hoped for. WlUon, did lnl
domocrnt to Imtrny hla parly flth7 lo bnt-k to
tha (llnrloaiiroa mnilo tliirlnif tho prlnmry cntn
jmlen, whan tho llil waa titled Juat n trlfln nnd
hla drpartnir-nt waa shown to hnvo hcon cncnKcd
In aalllnc tonchcra cerllflcntfa, thru ronllio what
It manna to him to hnvo that record protaotfil
by a friendly governor nnd hla own nlrt-ndy long
lraao on a cholco ponltlon nt tho puhtla troiiKlt
Walton elocted rncnnn that tho democratic)
party of. Oklahoma Jia eenatiij to oxlat Jat aa
tha republican party of North Dakota reused to
exist after Townley had onpttired It. In North
Dakota republlcana nnd democrat atood
shoulder to ahouldnr to drlvo Townley raid
Townluylsm out of tho atnta, and they aucewntart.
ilut only nfter vnl damaico hnd been donn tho
alnto nnd Ita Intereata.
Tho real riomocrnU of Oklnhomn know full
well' that If Walton It oloctnd ttio democrntlo
parly hna pnwted, that it ho la defeated It wilt
remain In tho hnmla of the mon who hnvo
nurtured It. It Is hncniimi of tlil.i kiuiwIcdKi
'that tho roll rail of Wnlton aupportera In overy
eommunlly faIN to mention n almtln nnmn ot
5'iromliienco. Ilo hna thn cuinp followera, but
Jlio uniformed army nnd Ita offlcarti of the lino
'nrn allent or in open revolt.
Wnltonlam la dnomedl l'oll nfter poll hna
ahown thn reconstruction! tn tlmt tho tide hna
net ncalnat them, Thny hnvo rolled on the
tenant fnrmora, tho rndlcnl vluinonta of union.
la tit nnd tho law lew olemnnta of tho vmloiia
'comiminlllei touother wllh tho intuit dlsernccful
'uharnctera of tho negro aeotlona. In nvsry ln
atanco tho aubatnntl.il, conetructlvn elemcnta of
tho cltlieiuhlp of both pnrtlea hnvo been iKnorcd,
v tillu tho wonifn hnvo been nbaolutely dl
reuurded. Too luto hnvo they nwnkenod to tho
fnct that thoy hnvo appealed to n hopelem
'. Krom aectton nfter aectlou of tho alato even
tho nl ronK mining auctions cornea report of
n decided nhuiiKO In aentlmcut. Thin tuonna
that thinking men nnd women cverywhern have
yielded to renaon and have with unerrlnff In
atlnct discovered tlmt tho best Interest of every
clans ralU for tho defeat of tho reconstruction
Okluhoma U on the ovo of reudurlnc tho moat
'Umpiring political doclilou In Ita history. The
old atato Im koIiik to provo that It la nouud at
heart nnd that It la Immune to tho class appeals
of thoao seeking a uoclal revolution,
WHAT IS A MIUTUAIi ZONKV
If ho can be hoard above the International din
now going on over tho straits and the Inslstanco
that a certain zone nhall be considered neutral,
tho Inquiring reporter would llko to (ink what la
mannt by n neutral zone?
Ho gathers tho tmpioaxlou that tho Turk,
won by nil rules of abstract, Inheritance, do
cent comtucst or occupancy, owns tho straits
and all lands adjacent, Is required to absent him
self completely from tho neutral inno. Who
then la to ocoupy It?
Ho would like to have It determined onco and
for all, whether or not tho term "neutral" aa It
la used In this day of International meddling
with other peoplv'a property, means Kngllah
overlordshlp? Such is tho Impivsalon ho gets.
Ho would llko to know just how It happens
, that any of tho powor.t dorlvo a proper nnd iHu
fundable right to dictate, to tho Turk what his
boundaries tliall bo and how ho shall conduct
himself within thoso boundaries? True, wo iuu
living In the new day, but norao of tho old cus
tom prevail or ought to.
Kor lnHtnncc, If you aro living In your own
property In a cettain boctlon ot tho city, there
Is a rather convincing law which holdi It to be
(tensive, II not Impertinent, for tho boas of a
eighboihuod over on tho other Ido coming
avur and telling you that you must consent to
the catabllshlnrr of a neutral gona In your front
yard. Your front yard hna always been uubjoct
to tho uto of others willing to comply with
eertnln rules with u to you seemed good If not
rineeaanry. Po you wonder what make the la
gat that way. Mayhap yott get out the old mus
kal and tall dim to beat It,
Tha inquiring reporter naaorta that all of this
talk about th rrr.n twin a; ttienarad by the
nraarent la tommyrot. Ho mya that n eroaa that
rannot hnbl Ita own without cnunon and atvnrds
and ga and bom Its lan't much of n erexg after
Dut what tha Inquiring raportor aaperlally de
tlrn la a definition of the term, "neutral ion"
does It tnaan everybody stay out, nr only tho
TnKKi everyhody Ineludlng the Turk t twe It,
or merely ftngltah-rontrnlleii tarrltory?
.MIVINO INMWrilV lKIO.MI.Vd
Ttie prftaper.'ty which has oomn tn the leait
and r.lne retlona of Oklahoma, makes It dif
ficult for the free-trade polttlclnna who art)
compelled to campaign In northeast Oklahoma.
The udrtfn ending of the war wllh Im Metis
etv demand for theae nrea proatrnted that ao
tlon, alnee under demorratle tariff foreign orrs
were admitted tn this country comparatively
free of duly. The mlnea warn clotted down nnd
labor waa thrown nut ot employment, not only
at tha mlnea but In the ameltara In adjacent
centers and etatrut,
Th tariff act of 1332 nave ample protection
to American mlnea. The reanlt wan magical.
The sine and lead mlnea reopened and the prlco
of nrea advanced apeedlly to a point where pros
perity for all concerned becama certain. Now
the mining rglona nr again busy. The mines
nr operating, labor Is fully ompbyod and
smelters everywhere have begun to tnka on full
oomplements nt men.
And tho lienuty of this change Is discovered
In tho fnet tlmt nt least 80 rente ot every dollar
mndo or expended goes to labor. Thla means
widely dlffiinfd prosperity, for the laborer
spends his earning for thn necessities nnd
luxuries, thus stimulating- Induntry and com
Free trade In n beautiful theory which In
prnrtlco falls utterly.
A KrltANflH OAMI'AHJN
Almost dally one hears the nbitcrvnllon, 'This
la n strange rnmpalgn, It Is Impoeslblo to cay
what tho result will be."
It Is a strnngo rnmpalgn.
For weeks following tho August primary It,
II. Wilson nnd hla campaign malinger. It. II.
Kdwnrds, told nil Inquirer that they could not
euppnrt Waltqn. Time woro on. Came a day
when (Walton sent for tho gentlemen. After a
lengthy conference Wilson emerged mulling and
Immediately put nut tho word, "Wnlton Is all
right." Then ciuiiu thn circular letters from
hath to be Kent out to tho Wilson primary cam
paign mailing list. One, that sent by Wilson,
Tim World has quoted from. Tho onn prepared
by Kd wards Is even bettor. Rend this para
Thero Is a condition, call It political or
economic an you will, which exists In this
country thnt you nnd I must tnkn
rngnlranco ot nnd dent with nnd thnt Is thai
tha Democratic Tarty luui never been n
majority party Jn Oklahoma elncn tho Has
kell campaign, due to tho fart that during
tho first four year nftnr Mr, Hnttkell was
olectcd Oovornor tho Socialist Party sprang
up In Oklahoma nnd so grow In number
that it wait practically ns largo oh thn Ito
publtcnn 1'arty and because of that fact
tho Democratic I'arty was able, to hold con
trol whllo tho Kopuhltcan and Socialists
voted their ticket, Hut during tho war
period tho Koclallst I'arty, an a party, dis
integrated to tho point whoro they practi
cally did not exist as a party nnd two year
ago they enst their voto with tho Hepubllc
nns nnd not only olectcd n United State
Honntor but a tieat many minor officer
and I am frank to say tn you that had that
been a (luliernalorlal year, wo could liavo
lost the state to n Republican Governor.
Now renllxlng that this largo numbor of
voters live In tho state and actually have tho
balanco of power, It behooves us oh Demo
crat not to drive them from our party, but
to do what wo can to bring them Into our
organization und to hold them thero tn
order to win ns Democrats und thla cannot
be done except wo offer moro to them than
does our Republican nnlghbor nnd this Is
whnt wo uro undertaking to do thbt yenr.
"This cannot bo dono oxcept as wo offer them
moro than doett our Republican neighbor, nnd
this Is whnt wo nro undertaking this year."
Whnt n delightfully frank ndmlfslonl
Hut In delicious humor It tines n"t equal the
statement thnt three years of democratic rule
under Huskell created a socialist party which
threatened Hut Mate. And Haskell Is back
campaigning tor Walton!
Hut where Is principle, you nitk? And whero
la thero sincere attachment to democratic;
doctrine? That Shawneo convention attended
Hob Wilson In hbi letter ndvocatlng tho sup
port of Walton by democrats makes mention of
tho fnct that Wnodiow Wilson also rendered
grent ecrvlco to tho democratic pnity. Maybe
eventually Walton will hear that Woodrow Wil
son was n democratic president nnd say some
thing about him.
1 Just Folks
Copyright, 1025, by Kugar A, Ouost.
.Manhood, my son, dcmnnd but this of you:
The Truth where profit whispers "tell tho
A fair name which advantage cannot buy,
A hand that's quick small kindly deeds to do,
Courage enough to boo tho bnttlo through,
To fall today tomorrow rise to try,
Devotion to thn flag that lights the sky,
Tho will, nbove all aplcndors, to be true.
Itt'dpect for women, mothers of our rncol
Itegnrd for others, howso'or they live,
Willing on earth that each ehalt hold his
Ready to take, and Juat as glad to give,
Hrlnglng your best to uvory morning's tasks .
1'heso, son ot mine, uro all that Manhood asks.
ht oris Ltjino.v.
It's a dull day In Aluakngee when some young
thing doea not give publicity to her disappoint
ed love by almost committing atilclij.
Our private opinion I that Miller Ituggliis,
pilot fnr the Yanks, put In too much time
reading aerloun and solid stuff for diversion.
Th more we see of them (with accent on
th more), the heller we understand why no
many man hai to women in poll t lea.
A ladr who recently moved hern any aim felt
like a bird when aha arrived in Tulsa, anil there
are thoe who ray ah looked Just Ilk oh felt.
About th only explanation his friends can
make of former Governor Haskell's entrance In
thn Oklahoma campaign la that he Just had to
make n apettoh somewhere or boat.
Old Hill Dlntlay aaya the hardest Job these
chilly mornings la to try to wrlto "hot Huff"
wnen your o. v. int. are constantly remiiniing
you that they refuse tn do any more than can
reasonably In expected of Ihttn.
Utile Pansy Paavlah tell tha Dallas News
that the last quarrel her parent had waa when
mamma gave papa 10 cent to spend at the
fair and he came home full of tho carnival
Thn Ynnka couldn't dn letter than tie one
gamn and get a mob nfted Judgn l.nndht. In
this connection, 11 Is thn opinion ot till col
yum that any newspaper buying th ndvancs
dope of any expert sport writer Is Just a plain
This la "better homes" week, and the girl on
Mouth Main wauls to know If It mean tn Im
proVH thn homes spiritually or ms'e-ially. If
the Utter la tliu purptam. she wiinls ttj cull t
tentlon to the notth nil of the front porch ot
her home whit b has sagged from over uie dur
ing tho past ei miner.
IM Semnn. state chairman, who refused to
hnvo anything to do with thn Wnlton cam
paign until hn was given Jurisdiction over the
checkbook, has been caught with the goods on
Ids hip. It sennin hu tried to amend tho demo
cratic platform so that It would fit n groove In
thn Hhawnre document.
Haromctcr of Public Opinion
On fitnlit Politic.
l'dltor World; In this section politics nro
warming up, ns most every uny a heeler kk kb in
and emits a senium to the unwary day or two
since nnit of tha wnrdmen argued on thn effects
of the tariff on augar. and announced that do-
(miction nwnlted the country on such tariff ar
rangement no were to be enforced from now on
he boosted tho Walton policies, and belittled
the Melils policy of the Ailm.
Why were not all these disastrous conditions ns
mndo by thn democratic ruin provided for by tho
Hms party? N'u the burden was unloaded on
to Harding and lib) party to unrnvol as best
Tho contest ns between Walton and Fields for
thn bosshlt) of tho state, onus to mlml thn con
test ns between Cox nnd Harding for the Presi
dency two yonta ago Walton's policy is similar
to mat of uox, only moro uustrurtivo it tun ntnn
dard prcsn of tho country Is correct In explain
ing tho two conditions from what Walton In nt
leged to hnvo said, ho want votes, and Im
material how secured, and for what? Fields
tells tho people that tho condition existing In
Oklahoma are bordering on tho Intolerable, und
lots uf room to correct the conditions and their
causes thn masse ot tho people need Just ouch
correction made and then ho would pay his
taxes willingly and on limn as It Is this farmer
nnd Inborer aro or ns ho views tho landscape arc
simply paying for oppression that by a change
ho or they may savo homo and fireside and re
celvu therefore a morn Junt rule, nnd proper ap
plication nt tho taxes ho heaps Into thn official
hopper and there manufactured luto an article
ho Is burdened with now nnd bordering on disas
terto him, his family and tho country
An Improvement of the cnnilltlonn as exist
ing In Oklahoma is what safe and sann senti
ment wants and mucK iirogresn I rnado on
that line and among tho elements that aro now
burdened almost to exhaustion.
If tho platform on which Wnlton Manila Is ns
explained by tho eastern press and ns destruc
tive ns It I alleged to hnvo been on tho
Dakotlnns In tho past, may Field's deliver thin
country therefrom, or anything liking to It, A
governor who la for tho masses as a whole, or
tor tho stata ns a whole, with tho power placed
In his hand for good, can nnd will avoid each
disastrous conditions ns has befallen tha Da
lai t tans but a governor who ndoptn tho policies
that devastated Dakota nnd Injects them Into
tho rulo In this stato as they wero there, Is not
tho man for tho position, and many of tho
democratic party hero and hero about, view
tho matter and Walton In that light.
A governor who can wlold power enough to
control thn Judiciary nnd hnvo It sldo with him
on n quentlon ot national Impart, can inert as
suredly Intervene In behalf of the people nnd In
their Interest, and do good to nnd for litem nnd
as 1' understand thu constitution as to his dullest
that Is what hn should do ho Is eloctcd for tho
purposo of delivering tho peoplo from disaster,
and with him and his Interests nnd to him simi
lar benefits accrue tho state, tho peoplo nnd all
that to them belong nro In hla hands for protec
tion and preservation tho mottt radical party
Ism In tho republican pirty rannot nor would It
over-step such hounds In protecting tho peoplo
ho should bo n bravo nnd courageous us any
sea captain in danger of sinking hla crnft, go
with It as many as ono ban done Dewey with
stood tho onslaught ot tha Spaniards and never
once flinched. Fields n wo understand him,
proposes to stand by tho people ns a whole sink
or swim and tho chance are that In enso ho Is
elected, ho nnd tho stato will swim nnd land
safely on tho Hlioro of ttuocosti, and tho Okla
homa nnd It's best citizenry will rejolca as nover
Vlan, Oklahoma, Oct. 10. 192:.
before. JOHN U HPHINOSTON.
A Vet Thanks World.
Kdltor World! I Just want to thank Thn World
for the publicity you havo given tho Ninetieth
division during its reunion. I wns a member ot
tho Ninetieth from Heptembcr 8, 1917 to Juno
S2, 1919, but waa tinnblo to attend the reunion
this time, and of course every ono of us wants
tho whole world to know whnt wo did, that
wo nio proud of our record In Kurope. Can my
that you havo done us moro hunor with your
publicity than anyono has done. I wns Just n
buck, but I know whnt the division went
through with. Thanking you again, I am,
Holdeuvllle, Sept. 28.
ARTHUR K. WI8KMAN.
Timely Views on World Topics
latum cost handicaps mkhchant ma.
HINT. 1U:VK1.0PM1UT. SAYS .SlIIPPl.N'ti
America cannot hopo to compote with the
shipping of other countries for years to conio on
account ot tho high cost of American labor. In
tho opinion ot R. T. Merrill of tho bureau of
research of thn United State shipping board.
Ho pointed out In a recent address that a "uc
ccosfui inerciiant marine depended on tnreo
factors, viz.. plentiful and cheap coal. Iron ora
and labor. Amertoa had reached u point where
material used In building ships was avnllablo
and cheap but thla was not true ot American
labor, ho asserted and added that American
labor wa 50 per cent higher than foreign labor
nnd about CO per cent ot shipping costtt went
"Since thn merchant marine," ho concluded,
"la essential to tho economic life ot tho country
ami since the snips ami tno smpyartis aro ncros.
sttles from the stnndpolnt ot naval defetiKo,
there romnlns only tho alternative of bearing
from the national treasury, since It Is to meet
national needs, tho additional cost ot ships
built In American shipyards in order that our
vessels, placed upon n purity ns far us construc
tion costs u", nmy compete with a reasonable
prospect of mtccess against the products ot tho
cheaptir labor In foreign countries.'
Or wilt th
A STENOGRAPHER'S ROMANCE
liy .In no Phelps.
'elllo ltehiikc n Subway Illrt.
Nelllo was curiously nnivo In somo
way, uncommonly sophisticated In
did and send all sho earned home,
savo enough to feed and clotho her
self tho lust as cheaply ne possible,
(lludys was a good looking girl, with
a strong capabln faco but stcrlous
girl, too serious for her ngo. When
Cora told her so sho nnswercd.
"I've never had anything to make
mo anything olste."
'Hip hip hurrah!" Nellie camo
Into tho room whero tho two girls
sat talking llko a whirlwind. Sho
grabbed Cora and kissed her, then
pulled Gladys from her chair nnd
waltzed her furiously about the
"What' tho mattor? Do stop nnd
let mo get my breath," Oladys
"Matter! I'vo got a Job, Hint's nil!"
sho whirled her moro furiously thnn
before. "Uttlo Nelllo ha a Job nnd
can oarn her way! Gee, hut aron't I
happy!" nho sank In a henp on tho
floor, dragging (lladys, now qulto
breathless, down with her.
"Quiet down, Nellie, and tell us all
about It," Cora said an soon ns she
could stop laughing. "What kind of
a place, nnd who with?"
"Walt a minute. Coral I can't
talk yet. I came near yelling for
you In the subwny. V guess I must
have looked awful tickled, because,
sverybpdy I looked nt grinned at me.
Ono fellow thought ho could flirt,
but ho L-ot his. I Just asked him If
ho wa making thorn monkey faces
nt mo? You sthould havn heard th
peoplo laugh. He sneaked out at the
"I should think hn would!" Roth
girls laughod gayly, "Now tell us
about thn Job. verythlng! We aro
so nnxlom to hear nbout It."
"Well, hero gocal"
Tomorrow Nelllo Tells ot Securing
others. Cora felt sttro sho would
soon become Invnluablo If aha got
a position; her quick grasp of things.
her willingness to pleiuv, her dolor
mlnutlon to ho In an office, all en
couraged both Cora and Gladys into
believing sho would aurely mnko
good It she got a chanco.
ulsdvs had spoken to Mis Mc-
Ilrldo, tho woman who kept the
ugency, but had rocolvcd little en
couragement. "Nowailaya men don t want Klrw
without experience," sho told Gladys.
'T could got around tho references
from whnt you tell mo uf tin girl,
but not tho lack, ot oxperlcnce. Of
course I will try to place her, but If
1 should succeed her wages will bo
very tmnll at first."
"Hot her anything you can."
(lladys returned, "Miss Raker and I
will holp her nut until he can earn
enough to llvo on,"
"ott soom very fond of her,"
"Wo nre. both of u. Sho's tho
brightest little thing, nnd so pretty
too pretty Cora think. Shn's rathor
Impudent too sometimes. If nnyono
say anything sho doesn't llko sho
get back at them llko lightning. Hut
sho's good, nnd won't stand any
nonsense. Sho a hnd n hard life In
n cheap boarding homo whero
traveling men stopped, and ha
learned n lot of things about life by
listening to their coarse talk. Hut
,i girl who had to work n hard as
sho did, then teaches herself to uso
a. typewriter alt alono In a stuffy
attic, is bound to get on wo think."
"I'm getting Intorested In this pro
tege of yours. You say Miss Raker
has been teaching her for thrco
"Yt. shorthand nnd spelling. Tho
poor child couldn't spell nt all. Hut
sho can now. I never saw anyono
eo In earnest ns sho Is."
"Woll, I will do my best, but don't
be too sanguine. Rather, don't let
(lladys Doran had taken a small
room In Mrs. Thompson's boarding
houstc, Cora had been urging It for
a long time, yet sho laughingly said.
"It's Nelllo got you hero nt last,
not bocaueo you wanted to bo with
"No Indeed, Cora, Hut I am glad
to bo whoro sho Is. She's a sura
euro for tho blues, and I do get
awfully depressed nt times. Some
miM 4 BaraaBan
This nftlrnoon I smelt n grate
I went back nnd stuck m? hed In
and our cook Nora was pealing po
tatoes and tho smell was still going
on, mo saying, O boy thnt smells
It going to talst good too, Nora
And sho kepp on pealing potatoes
and I sed, Wy, wnt Is It?
Thats for mo to know and you
to find out, Nora sed.
And she went nnd opened the oven
door and quick nhut It agen before
I had tlmo to eo wat was In thero
and then went bnck nnd started to
peal potatoes agen and tho smell got
so good r couldn't hardly stand It,
saying, Well, Is it ft enko? nnd Nora
sed, Poswcrbly, and I sed, Is It a pie
and she sed Potsorbly, nnd she kepp
on pealing potatoe and I kepp on
standing thero smelling the smell
nnd wishing I was eating It, nnd prlt
ty noon Nora got up nnd opened the
oven agon and took something out
and heor wnt was It but a rice pud
ding, being my moat unfavorlto dlz
zert, mo saying, Aw heck, rlco pud
ding, Wata good enuff for other folk
1st good enuff for you, Nora sed, nnd
I sed, Js thero meny raisins In It?
Not a raisin, sho sed, und I sod.
Aw hock wat the dooce, the Ideer of
rlco pudding srnolllng like that, holey
smonkes, good nlte, O wlrz.
Never mind using thnt lankwldge
In my kitchen, Nora, sed, nnd I sed,
I wouldont stay In your old kltchln
In eny langwldge.
And Jest for that I only ate two
helpings of rice pudding at supplr.
I'frcmlnncy Is Increasing.
CHICAGO, Oa. 10 Men havo be
eomo hotter customers thun women
for sconted sonp, perfumes and toilet
waters, according to speaker todav
at tho annual convention of the.
Rarbcr Supply Deulera' association
times I wonder If I am going to work
into this all my uro.ami have so uttlo
to show for It."
"Your brother nnd slstor nro
growing up, they'll soon bo ublo to
holp," Cora encouraged. It was dls
cournglng to work ns hard n (lladys
Four beauty doctor aro tlnkorJn'
wltli Mrs. Linnet Spry, but they
nanrt given w husband any hope,
Th' surest way t' double your money
Is V iloublti vim.. liniiKi).
11 Ttn 3t-so Irltwns.)
butt In wort J T
world butt war!
Editors See It!
From general observation It seems
that John Fields la rapidly gaining
and thnt ho will bo elected governor
of Oklahoma on November 7 by a
margin near fifty thousand votes.
Tim wnnuenui support neing given
Fields by literally tens of thousands
of democratic voter I what is
counting for good. It 1 nn every
day occurrence now that many peo
plo aro turning to Flnlda as thn man
for governor who will be faithful to
tho great trust Imposed In him.
J. II, Swartz of Manltou ha been
gtven tho namo of the most suc
cessful farmer In Oklahoma. Kwartz
uses modern methods in his farming.
He Is a member ot tho Oklahoma
"Wheut Orowers' association nnd
proud of HI Ha saya thnt specula
tive buyers will recclvo no moro of
his wheat. Certainly, the other
fnrmnrs of tho stato would not use
wrong Judgment If they Joined the
association. Southwestern Wheat
Thn only approval heard thus far
to tho announcement from Paris that
dresses aro to be high In front and
low In tho back comes from the mos
quitoes, says tho Kl Reno Democrat,
An advertiser in the MaJor County
Democrat Is a mllo ahead of this
generation, It might bo presumed
from this ndt "Wo aro In business
for your convenience."
The editor of tho Hither and Yon
column of the Rnrtlesvlllo Kxamlner
Is worrying about some ot his neigh
bors; "What w can't understand,"
ho nays "Is how n, mnn who can't
carry a tuno In a steel box could
havo three suns of all ot whom mako
the University of Kansas glee club,"
Kipling denies ho criticised tho
United States In a talk with u rag, a
bone and a hank ot hair. Ponca
Tho Blackwell Trlbuno Is wonder
ing since It has been announced that
tho former kaiser Is to marry No
vember C, I' ho will sign another
armistice November 11,
The Alva Record announces In
bold typo that it has been sued for
125,000 by the Woods county sheriff,
Tho guest who departs speedily
Is thrlco welcome, says the Alva Ho-view-Courier.
out .of tho Itttchln and
Tho ladles' man ha hi greatest
trouble In trying to stay popular
with the female of hla own house-
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A. J. CRIPE, Mgr.
417 S. Mala St. Osage 3133-3131
Ths attrs in line but !o not nni,,.,
Cpt till, ht Mrdurt Nwc.,,r utn.
Wednesday, October II,
Fair possibilities appear
vouchsafed by the stars th.i
numan cuori, nccoruing to nsii
Jupltor nnd Mar nro lu i
, aspect, whllo Saturn nnd .V
I are adverse.
i New avenues of trade will n
promise to open nt tins t.m.
Warning I given th it tn.
iignlnxt mm of tile allies n I
couraged at this time wli. u
mere I of special moment ..
United States. There li u i ,
sign boding 111 to certain u a :
The planet Mars is In an
most promising to all, wli.. j
Movements of war vpohi u i
bodies of troops are for"t i!d i
autumn, but they mny be n. v
to demonstrate ntreugth.
Ijick of self-control tuny h- ,
dent, while this conflgunt . ,
vnlls. The rule In threatening .
mestlc penco nnd encourages d s
Many cases of monomania w .
recorded and Increnso ot pi . i
will bo nb.rmlng'y evident.
Tendency to conccntrntn n'' ti
on self, apparent In both mr anA
women, will bring about Jnev. ab.'lt
results that nro nio.tt unfavorable to
national as well no Individual .
Tho aers prophesy that thn c
test between thn nhvsicnl n d
.ual natures of mau In v, it. i t r.
physical has senmed-to gain cor .
will reverse ns tho new era adv in. .
I During this rulo tho tongue sho'. 1
o Jn le.ah ns tho tcmptaMo n
I utter unkind criticism will boetror
uosslp nnd evil report prebn
will ho common at till tlmo.
Danger from explosives, which has
been so apparent to thoso reading
tho stars, will increase.
Persons whose htrthdate It Is have
the augury of a yenr In which thty
nre more than unusually promlnen.
Children born on this day may bo
sunccptablo to flattery which thtr
will Invite by supreme talenta i7id
charming personalities. Success
should Attend them through lite.
World Sand Springs
GTUC1C Is. Kl.VQ PIIONi; 102
SAND SPRINGS. Oct. l"0 R, T
Shryock, who had chnrgo of Hie
Sand Spring hotel In September
took chnrgo of the National hole'
corner of Second and Lincoln strce'
Saturday. Shryock had charge uf
tho boarding house at tho Sir 1
creek dam during Its construction
At a special mooting ot tho stoi K
holdere of tho Homo Hulldlng
Loan association afternoon nrrangc
monts wero complete for Increasing
tho capital stock of tho orgunlzattcr
from $250,000 to $500,000, Th s
action became necesnary ou account
of tho prcsont stock being oversub
scribed, and in order to cnnblo
many who desire etock in the new
organization to procure it. This
excellent showing Is vory gratifying
and speaks well for tho merits of tho
organization. Already several havo
been helped to obtain homes and
beforo next year many will hnvn
been enabled to acquire homes who
havo not had tho oportunlty hereto
fore. Mrs. Hubert King. 15 West Fifth
street, nnd small eon Robbie, have
relurnod from Altoona, Kan., whero
she and Mr. King went several day
ngo to attend the funeral of Mr.
lilng's alstor, Mrs. Goorge Gordon,
The foundation Is being laid for
a flvo-room bungalow for Harry
Wilder at 120 Grant street.
B. C. Gray of Catoosa visited hi
sister, Graco L. King, 40S North
aarflold, last Friday.
John Chapman of the Chapman
Furnlturo company, and Mrs. Chap
mnn, aro tho parent of a 10-pount
baby girl, born October '8 at tho
Sand Springs hospital, named Ro
The annual celebration of tho
Sand Springs home employee are!
families which wo to have bewi
hold October 13 at the Sand Springs
park will be held at a later date.
hold, declares the BartlesvllI Enter
prise. The TYaklta Ilerald say that the
powder smell In tho nchool room re
mind one of the odor of an operat
ing room nttor an operation.
The Enid Eagle say h Topeka
shop displays a card in the window
that reads: "Wo clean and die for
'Woman Has Two Husband".
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn.. Oct. 10
Married to two men nnd dlvorc-1
from a third, Mlnnlo Hryan, 22, of
Minneapolis, is In Jail nwaltlrg
charges which will bo filed ngni -t
her by tho third husband, John He 1.
Hankenson. N. P.. farmer.
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