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i U B T U L 8 A DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, B B P T E M H E H 5 . ) 0 1 5 LAST BIG REUNION OF THE VETERANS rnty' officers . ni naval officer h life in I ho i nltsd States InMgttrnllng Mi tile Pall il l.h BIG CELEBRATION AT COLLINSVILLE Tearful K. Enacted al in VV Will I lllillli'Mt Sunday School STARTS THIS MONTH Convention 1 Open Thursday i,i ( October 2; Prejudii iH Kliuiiiuitcd. will KNOWN SIM MM li I" HI' PHI -INI Ml KU W III Hi: ' ixsl'IRIMJ n n hi lHl vn i m n i is i siMXTi n i Labor hi) Will be Fittingly ( Ms(M' iuI li i li' Smoltev Tow n. MANY UNIQUE STUNTS Plug Raining Will be One of ili'' Principal Ken line- of I lie I ;i . i i ' 1 1 1 1 1 Speaker, promt Humeiil i , . nference i their laal pilgrimage itirnngn ms locianoma siaie wunuay ncnooi u torio Pennsylvania avenue, al their soclatlon, head will he i :oi iteorge n, nuwi I for he will know thni of all het - those i ih.ii vast h nunti lffk"orp 'I'ti nttltiAtm .it' I iiniinlu 11 a ' i u .. I.' si II I 1 1 i-i ili i. ,V I Mi.ni whm Hi- first grand review All bosh h will be held nl the Firs! before (he presidential stand " preabyterlan ehurch. The convention Twenty-flflh Iowa regiment of Shi r WU ,..,1,,.,, ,,, H l(, .k man's army led the victorious noata, Tniirada morn, .ii..n It, it. 11 will und nt their head rode Lie nl ,,, ,,,, , ilU,ICIM, ,,, u, ,,. , Colonel Rosley. Since thai time many .,,,v ot Hrokon Virow will hrv aaed to answer here to the , s lull call, init Colonel Boaley will en , lav the honor "f being the flral .m'l i (nil In lead hi romra.l, s i f, , ii,. ,, , . .i;i UIIIUII LdUUI Will immandi r-ln chief ( ih nrtnj and navy sm. ,. i yiiii forty -ii men have en- iij , ! i he honor i i I Inn ipleeted as the highest officer of the grand army, hui of thai number iiii bul set enteen ij , , luiMxt'ii the last muater Wil liam Warner "f Kanaaa Pltj . Mo In Hie dean of the Past living com mafidrrs, having occupied thai offlci ii 188ft, C.irtv thousand men will march Ihi Pntted Rtatea 'npltol ind the W'hlb House, September " and thuii commemorate the fiftieth nnnlven iry i n North anil Kiuitli. Celebrate Monday There will be in tMjslclung in all, and The whistles of all the Industrial with the church b lis "f the city and Prof, I. il. Pettlt, city superintendent ,,i chools, will deliver the oration of thr day, '! li N. Burton, 81 years and band, left horns July 3, In ' sps rial train i" coaches en route for tin iininii.il Council session of i v O, n N i s . gi gnattlo, This Is the young Temple thai created such sensation at Seattle with theli fam una patrol and bund, The patrol nn' der ihi leadership oj 1 upturn 1 Iriss Ii si ond t iii in point of ffli lencj in bhrlnedom, 'The band ls,uonceded be the most voluminous music muk inn iggregation inr ii" slue in t li world They are some blowing, :--1 -inn bunch, Scattering al Seattle, nn mbi rs "f tkdar and Hu n- ladles are now louring points of Interest along t he const exit inline ft A uska to Ixiwci California." I mint HtUff, in ,i i nlumn i ailed "SpltUng The Chattel 1 t he follow Ing, w hloh should be mil resting to Tulsa people, and particularly members "i the Masonic fr it, i nlty, is printed: "That popular Nobh John Zerebabel Hnnltary Anderson wai called home on account of business, from Seattle, rV certainly missed him on the balance "t the trip t l.iKi- Li.iiim in- assisted i he young lady nt t he i urlo center In selling her wan s lie announced thai t!n- were now s.dliug IS two-cent stamps for .i cent and a tiuarter, much uiurkud thai she hud heard thai tin YanHees were nil trh h people." OKLAHOMA RAISERS BUYING TRACTORS SAND SPRINGS IS GOING FAST GAIT But the Usefulness of the Horse h Still Recognized. CROP CONDITIONS Potatoes and Apples An Kine; Roughness Crop ts a Big One. i,f waste becauae I line ii March Safety First! old. will talk nn "l.iiliiir Ian and Its Relation to the nag " Legal Battle Now on With Refiners i and Hint, therefore, be sinmiii have sr, k- Receivership. .s nn alternative relief the iy prays thai If the court find the lease ims not been voided thai the Carter nil company ic ordered to turn over the mi so thai lie can sell it in the receiver for the lease on the ground thai the Carter iii company i guilty in i- being paid n for his royalty tinm he The suit makes plain thai tin- nil high t i gasoline thai refiners can n -i- nt m n, h Interest, i nit: Price for Dpaae, The fact that Oklahoma fanners hae iiirch,iscd 3-t; traitors would make it appear at first glance that the days of the Oklahoma horse were numbered. Such mi item is embodied in the last report of the president of the Oklahoma State Board of Agri culture, K. M Qault, The statement thai the days of the In.rse's usefulness are numbered is wholly erroneous us Ihi present European conflict has ade quate h proved, iiklahnma farmers are buying traitors but at the same tun, tiu ate keeping their horses. However, the load of the beast of burden Is being lightened al the pres ent lime .mil the fanners are arising to the f-nt thai there Is money tn breeding stock for exportation. Okla homa horses are on the Increase bul the surplus number of the steeds are being sent out of the state ami trac tors an- betng sent In to take the heaviest loads from the shoulders of I KxccUcnl Conditions, President Qault'a report for the month of Aiiusi aivii ehowa that the crop conditions over the state as a whole an- excellent. An excellent harvest of Elbert a peaches has been completed during the past month and the price rei elvi ,i wai a gnmi one. The apple crop h..s been estimated at I.,. mi. mill bushels and Mi s now thought i - 1 1 -li i i her mil the figures The growing condition of cowpeas, kafflr, fetcrtta, and broom corn Is The total valuation on the three eut iiii:;s has been estimated al 19,214,996. i in the Increase), Taken altogether the last estimate by the board of agriculture shows a rosy aspect f,u- Oklahoma crope. It i-- iow n that 'he state has much room for development along many lines but is ia also an established fact that the development Is keeping up a steady growth and' that nurieultural ei.ndi Uons in the Souner stale are most assuredly not on the wir e G.A.R.ENCAMPMENT AT ALVA SEPT. 14 Promiiienl Speakers on Pro irram: Woods County Ui'llllH l. J. I r. I I I'.K I t iM l II II EMTTERS Cocoanui Oil Makes A Splendid vtrampoo FANCY PRAISE FOR ARCAR DELEGATION hampoi 1 . jure the hair. Blmprj mo w iter and ru .spoonfuls will rich, i n -1 1 1 hair and .... rinses oui ea partlch of d excessive oil. iiinl evei ly, a silky, blight ate at most any ( heap, a ii . lat evi ryone I Adv. Miss Brocks Miss fclHott s Schooi C(l Iv'lltu t . : Af 1 I,:. 'I mill r.ll 01 'I Hdssl lattrai i garti ' 'i psrtsMi t, i ,0 a', k.-ui S II -.Vs. 'r ri ildtea to "r Vomlonl iimi ion I continue unitl midnight, . be1 mi ntshed by selected a ori heatra The price for wiii be cents per couple for aii railway freight offiees ail clow ai i" o'clock tomorrow aiorntng, Deliwrtea will be made until that ii io. hut during tin- remainder nt the rla !' 'nployeS Will he enabled , il- i ,te 1 1 : HI e as i .-Cl fit Official Shrine Paper, .liM Out, ( Contains Comment on Trip. rii.ii Akdar mitroi, oni, r or tne Mystic shrine ami u s twmi created a sensation wherever they appeared im medlati prior to, during ami after tlie in ; n i i ,-uncil e sston at Seattle, .. i r comment el Pacific oast papers some ol whlob recentl i . bed Tula anil have been r, pro- du ed in Akdar, the offlcal paper of Thi kind of publicity received by the local patrol should do Tulsa world of I While the patrol iiieinhers should experience no litth satbrfkctlon in the knowledge thai the) were part of tne re sensaUofl ol thi convent! oft, llattcrliiK omiiKiit. ' II, re s what the l.o's Aneelcs Times, a DeWspapet seldnm ttevottftft an ln h la flattery, no matter how deserving It may be. ul.r.ive to the Oklahoma hi infra. nnd particularly Akdar Temple itroi "One of the classiest delegations now foaming Iis Angeles nre Nobles of Oklahoma's Hiah in shnnr Uldai Temple, at Tulsa. They cun t I i beat for i lase. atvle and action. The Tulsa delegation of 212 live Liu ! r, acvomoonicd by Akdar patrol . i v i ' k 1 1 Hepi 4 The veterang Of IWO wars will meet here Septeniher II tn 17 al the stale reunion of Ihe irand irmj of the Republic and the aeventeenth annual leunlon of the Woods County Regiment Officials of the local post ,,f the il A. R, and Deneral Nelson . vines eeuttp of the V. B, W . '. will welcome the visitors Officers of the Commercial club together with the mayor of the it win he among the principal speakers. Statewide speakers elan win be In at tendance Hundreds Of visitors nre expei ted to attend the thru- days' festival. INVENTED ELECTRIC WIRE FOR THE PEN l ather or Ian MM lai PMI UlC ".FiiMf' Itslltl- I- lan ho In sp(. .t is flu WorM DBPKW, Okla., lent Venerable Col, Oavls, father of sin ie-tax t'lar- , in DaV la, tnt most illustrious recluse ol Depew, was the originator ,,f the scheme of TharglnK the barb wire round the McAJeeter prison with 10,909 volts of electricity, The two prisoners that trtefl to escape via the teatb-deallng barbwlra feme died in stantly and none of the other convicts attempted In 'limb that deadlj enclosure, Colonel DaVlB1 heimit.igi should In on exhibition thr OoMeO flate ex position. Want to borrow money? World Want Ad will put ou in touch with the right party. Pour NeM Tun Simy liitild- ings Going Up at 1 1 Presenl Time. MANY INDUSTRIES Pad ur Pay Roll ( I vow Ml tin- Time and Due for Increase. Things an- happening out al Band Springs in fail, thai town is taking on a Ufa that is ,i hard one t" follow by any other town ol like site m the Houthweat Residents there who are not in the way of kicking up a dust are getting out of tin way for the fellow w ho desires to dust by, and even many ol them cannot tell vim all that is going on tn that thriving ma n u fact urlng town. Among the Oral things noticeable is the building activity rinht at this time, with four two-utorj structures going up ami announcement being made that the building program will continue for many weeks. A larga two-story business block is being completed on Main street, while the new home of the state Bank ol Band Springs, one of the. finest two-story brick buildings to be found anywhere. will in ready or occupancy the first of next week, it will become the headquarters for the Charles Page interests. The first floor has been built gpeclflclally for hanking pur i osea and provides every accommo dation in that line. In its rear will be offices of the Sand 'Springs Oas company. Sand Springs Power, Light -v Water i'o., Sand 'Springs I 'ark company. Sand Spring) Town- sit, company and Band spring Home. Cart of the Se d floor Will he a ha. I, and there also will he the offices of Charles Pace, A private telephone System will he installed. Il is expected that the new hank build ing will he in use by the middle of next week. Other two-story build ings going up will be used for mer chandising and rooma. New Bank Borne. When the Sand Springs bank moves into Its new home the build ing vacated by it will become the temporary headquarters ot the Alex ander 11 Kerr A- Co., manufacture! 8 of g'asa products al Sand spring, and Who employ more than fivo hum dred persons. . This company Is now erecting a model office structure of bnffed brick on Its factory locatio i. The building will be 50x75 feet in size. These headquarters hertofore have been maintained In Chicago, Hmi their removal to S.iinl Spring will boost thai city's population by aboul fifty. This company Is also enlarging its tank room and will at nine erect tw. more warehouses T.i by 150 feet, giv Ing it a total of two factories with 16 large building! and an output of fruit Jarc at the rate of 900 gross a day, 125,000 ir more a day, or more than 27,000,000 Jars a year. With this remarkable run of manufactur ing for the past year, the fruit can ning IndUStrj has evidently been a good one this sea -on. as mere uro not a dozen trull jars m any ol the compunys immense warehouses, ite- palrs and enlargements will have in i n completed by the first of Oc tober, ami from then iiii until ncM Aii-nsl three shifts of men a day will Ki i p at wot k both day and night. The Army Leggings company there is waiting coin ii iiiaU'in oi a targe order of legglnga from brokers In N.-w Vork City, when will put hall a hundred men at work supplying leggings for warring factions in i.u- lOpe. It is not known that, tnese leggings will un to Europu and the purchasers may bo representing 'he American g" eminent Will Make Mops. A mop factory is now I cing estab lished in connection with the stove works at Band Springs, and the fill ing of an order for 26,000 moos of n new design will be '"gnu immedi ately. That main have been con tracted for and tentative orders for several thousand mops have been given. Hay balers and even a threshing. machine have been bUill at the ma chine sh, pa there, and the Band Springs Home is Installing in the old cereal building a modern mill, it will manufacture whole wheal flour, bran specialties and breakfast foods i f whole wheat flake The Homi has ileo .Inst completed erecting a 310-ton siio of tile wh'ie the large dairy ham will be built by it cast of S.,inf Spring. The Home has also canned more than five thousand gal ions ,,f fruits berries and veai tables so far this season, and is "Xpei ting to I can' twici that much mora within the next ! a Weeks. The municipality is getting ready to construe! more than a mile Of sewers, A petition was placed in cir- culatlon yesterday for the paving of a few I, locks in the business part of Sand Spring. A new Baptist church, the thud church for Sand Springs, la just about completed. The United Statea Sln oompany la enlarging its big smelter until its site looks uko -wn within itself. The Western Union company has opened o tele graph station in the Sand Springs railway depot in the laal few days Reatdenta "f the city eta preparing fur the Wckiw.i township fair win, h will he held at San,! Bpringl in xt week on Friday and Saturday. School enrollment will be started to morrow i'he street's of Sand Springs are Peine graded and wonderfully Improved, while the cross-township highway fronb Tubal to Sand spring i- now In perfect shape on Its entire stretch, the sanely stretches having t een ballasted with cinders. Summer weather having renewed its faith with a majority of Oklahomans, ac tivities at Sand Springs park have been started .inevv, and the picnickers and reOreatiOO seekers are again flocking to Oklahoma's greatest amusement park. Cot! Mill (omiiuz. Negotiations for the big cotton mill, which is being planned for Sand Springs, have further awakened its cltiMMhlPi who for the pad year lave tieci, iniiiiiing itwcllings for a -lultl II t U)Sl H won ii y t IBOII DAV. Ms ktorkd cmwkd miinu labor day. Stetson The vogue in Autumn Hats just opened and now ready for your inspection-the new Fall Stetsons $3.00, $3.50, $4 $5.00 to $10 STKIN-BLOt II I'M I t I I s, AIC1 READY, Ms CM Ii SHOES RE READ! . vi: i m.i. ins Mil Ili RI Hearing is Believing That tin Grafonola ultimate demand. is the fiiuil supreme iis of iinv other musics. -t of iho i 'olumbia ISi I'llill ,i it Is t.'llli ( Solumlii 4 I ' All 'IVell ll the plact their tonn its natural purity lute fidelity thai their description parable instruments We lo not want content with reat advertisemenl or looking at the ii Hear it. It is the thai has Orafonolas y hold. Ii is unmatehable in ami aiisi) jnsi ifies is incom- of tnilsic. tl lie V (111 IMP even istnii this with nent. COLUMBIA "Leader," the host selling upright type of instrument, 'quipped with the exclusive Columbia . individual record interior coal infr just $85, All you need to do is to tele phone us ainl a.s! Us to have one scut to your home with an assortment ol records on approval without obligation to you. Darrow Music Co. 109-111 East Third Street Springs will just about complete xpectaht increase in pros.pi Which the hustling, growing t sees in store bj rin 1st iii. is time. the rlty , ui How to Make Straight I! dir ( Airly Wednesday Is Holiday with Orthodox lews Ik I li LOCAL -ll YH W IIJj ot I8IOS I I II OLD1 8T lis 1 1 Ali CIVI1 IZKD WORLD, CI I t I'.l! M I SE II VICES; KNOWN TO profttabU pastime. There Is still a great lack of houses for the factory forces, all of the large foncerna there having Increased forces in the past year, and are still engaged In mak ing big extensions. A new gas field ha5 been opened Just to the west of the town and the establishment of the old Tulsa bridge across the Ar kansas liver in the vicinity of Sand The Jewish Nl J Year will begin on next Wednesday evening and will be celebrated by local orthodox jews " ith an ornate solemn service The Thursday -morning service comprises a more elaborate form of worship and Combines some vestiges of antiipie ritual with expression Of human ex periences and feeling true and real for everybody and al all times. The Jewish New Year festival Is the oldest of all festivals celebrated in 1lie civilized world. Hut it is unique for its significance as well as for its nn tiqulty. The secular New Year on January 1 Is a day of gratification; men rejoice In what they bav, gchleVed; It is g day for sordid In ventor!, s. The Jewish New Year's day, however. Is a time fur serious thought on the meaning Of life. It evokes pious contemplation of the difficult and inevasiblc problem s to right and wrong and Its appeal is not that we should pot more out of prac tical life, but value more, genuinely, more truthfully, more morally the life Ood has entrusted tn us. Mans With til until Much of the snocftgg and failure of our work depends not upon our equipment, but upon onr motives. The Jewish New Year, accordingly. Is plated by a wise tradition at the beginning of autumn, when men enter upon their enterprises and obligations link.' nil .hi boil nire anil tout nijln bj mint) applying plain "i'li'i rim th:,t ' one f tin- best scrre-t thai ban laakad oal la " Um tbsi sjunii' pacaUar property of this hanalesi field causta tbe bair to dry In just ihr ptCttiMt, Most iatiirkl-liKil.ii- curb and rrea.ro lm Ii aad a art Itifl.Ti' into ii , . (inablc ai it put- new loo'.-m liu'.r. Thi. in, sins thai tne ilagting, gryina ,-url i'ip iron ran n,.v i"- rflaptntea aritb laraverl a (a aaacai "f Hit lieald lUmariaa, whirii ataj aa Rma4 hi aaj iirun -ore, win beep the hair in WSVa 101 WKI ll i Btltbu stirky no- gtreaay tad i rat It gaTta an tiretahlt ihinu io bm Ii eaa aa aipli,ii ith a eleaa tonih brash bslort rttirtag and th transforiiialinii v ill afford a mnsl pleasant surprise in thr morning. Adv. WIU1 seal and zeal. Just tnen lliey lead a rigl . inttrpretal ion of life and a true measure of its values. The antiQUS features of the ritual of that day 'express the aspirations all men feci equally, The trumpet i-alls, constituting tin ,-intral part In the Worship of the day and appeal ror the moral Stir which men should feel w hen they contemplate their expert etiei s and seek for reinforcement of their hopes The calls are als0 an appeal to the large sense of llf-. i lur week-day wishes and pravers are self-centered ami do not. give na a perspective of "in- obligations and re lations to the community and fellow men, and of their influences upon us. Trust in rilUMsiietl. But the New Y'car's day ffeis us an occasion to reaffirm our respei t for and trust In providence, which is Ihe organization of all lives into an nil-encompassing Justice. The Jews comprehend this as a comfort in the cose of misfortunes and as monition in the stici sses he may have. The function of the New Y' ear's day la to establish a moral judgment In our life and rapcrlence.