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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, JUNE 23, 1918,
Social Side of the State t I.AKF.MOKK returned to tltelr home in Chllll ctnlie. Mo., the first of the week. Mr. and Mm. Kd Hick and Dill If If k of TRhlequah, and Mr. nnd Mrs. J no Hicks of Tulsa attended the M una rove reunion at the ..homo of. .Mr. Walter Futon, north oftho cltv, Sunday, which wa a very erij"yu!le affair, a lurse crowd beinu ' present and a bit- dinner enjoyed. J C. Heed In enjoylnir a visit from U. it. Yatns of Cane Hill, Ark. Mrs Milo Chryst and small chil dren have gone to Alrnona. Kan., to en, the Kiimmer with her parents. Victor Mar'ln accompanied his trrandfnther, H. M. Uollston, tn his home In I)a Moines. Iowa, the first of the wefk and will spend the rest of the summer there. week with their pnrenta, Mr. and the first of the week from her Urn. William Willi friends, .Misses Kudu and 11 a. I Uud- Mr. L. C. Haptrnrd has returned ' dlerflon of NeOhlio, Mo. .-,.,,t i ),. v ifi, I vv, r. .iunu-,1011 la enioyinit a vnm Mrs W. P. Dufford and daughter, Jliss Nora. Hartlesvllle, are visit I, j," (lareino friends this week and (re the guests of Airs. Jennie iaw lintr. Mr. and Mrs Carl Carter of Hen epent the fore part of the -Mk visum her parents, Mr. and Mrs J W. llamniett and daughter. jlrs. N. i arter, ana ramuy. jlrs Henry fihadley and two , f,iews are visiting her aunt at t jtler. Mo. j ir. A. A. Swift has returned from , jneial days stsy in Klrksville, Mo., h, re he accompanied Airs. J. C. rjpe to the hospital. Mrs. A. H. Mull, accompanied by j,er daughter Francis left the lat ter part of the week for Huntington, Ind , to attend a family reunion of the Knupp family, of which she Is i nu'inber. There are 7 children 1 1 v Inr out of n family of 0 and the jounxest is 43 years old. Mrs. N. D. Tweedle and Misses tela Odom and Iris Murphy acted as rhai'ernnes for classes J and 6 of the trtle son of Kklatnnk motored Christian Sunday school at an out Ir? and picnic to the woods Friday. Kaeh took a filled basket and a bJui.tiful dinner was spread at noon. .4fv report a fine day spent. Mrs. A. M. Uurch and daughter, who have been visiting In the city, Minn Kthel. returned Sunday from a week's visit with relatives in Tuhle qtiah. Mrs. J. A. Corhrnn and Misses Le tha f'nchrun and Sola Carter spent the week-end with relatives hern. Misses Cora and Mertha 1'ercell nave them a party which was highly en Joyed. Miss Itheta 7,lnn has rone' on a two-weeks" vacation to Manhattan. Kan., and farina"! and .lordin, Mo. A. V. Unhlnson anil family are en joying a visit from Ilia mother. Mrs A. V. nnhinnn, sr., and Mrt I.nla I'avne of San Antonio. Texas, and If. S. Vinson of Austin. Texas. Mr. and Mrs. .lake llaum and llt- to Claremoro Sunday and spent the dav with Mr. arid Mrs. M. Haas. Mrs. I'.aum remained for nn indefinite stay at the Haa home n. W. Willis of Macon City. Iowa, and Mrs. A. J. Leonard of Webber City, Iuwa, spent tho first of the from a week's visit at her sister, Mrs. Dave Allton. Mr. and Mrs. Keo A. Moore and Mr. tin d Mrs. W. P. Johnston mo tored to Ventralia Sunday and spent tho day. Miss I.ucile Tlunn and brother, Karl, of Augusta, Kan., are vl-ttirii? their uncle and aunt, Mr. arid .Mrs. N. T. lliinn. Miss Alta Vance went to Nwala Sunday and spent the day Willi her cousin, Miss l.ida HuAt. Frank Scott of Alluwee was tho Sunday ruest of his brother, J. M. Scott, and family from his s.su'r. Mis. Dee Coiner, und son of Kansas Clly. Mo. Mrs. L 11. llohl and daughter Kb.r enee Louise of Sand Sprinxs are vis iting Ciaremore friends and are the gliosis of Mrs. K. N. Henley. .Mis J. W. Huberts is enjoying' a visit from her sister, Mis. H. W. liaty of Sllreveport, l.a. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Spencer of Vlnita. who have been visiting their two daughters, Mrs lel Kalrchlld and Mrs. Charles Martin, returned Mi nday to their home. Miss Oulta Johnston enjoyed a vUH M.,n.-iiiv TiU's.lav from tier ir. juna .inn m enjuyaiK j f, ;,M M Correne Southard of from her son Alfred, who is em- '.yTi smith, Ark., who was on her way from Tulsa, where she had been visiting friends. Miss Charlotte liond of Muskogee U "the Kiust of Misseo Selma and Klolse llisliop. Mrs. Loren Chambers of Tulsa was the guest of ciaremore friends this week whiM en route to Itocky Ford. Col., to spend the summer with her mother, Mrs Harve Haker. Mr. and Mrs. Ewlng llalsell. Mis. . U Hlder and Mrs. it. K. Former of Vm,i:a were guests of darvmore friends Wednesday. Mrs. iliace Wilson and mother, Mrs. i'eargln.of Tahloquah. spent Tuesday In the city with friends. ployed nt Joiilln. Mo. " Miss Hessie MeClelliin returned the first of the week to her home In Cane Hill, Ark., after a visit in tho cltv with her aunt, Mrs. Ada C. Fore man; Miss Stella Cnrr left this week for St. Louis. Mo., where she will attend summer school. She will teach In tho Claromore schools again next year. Mrs. Mary Hlchardson and Miss Gladys Cook returned Monday from a two-weeks' visit wllh her daugh ter, Mrs. S. I. Hlto of Arkansas City, Kan. Mrs. A. Hadady and daughter Helen and son Ilutler left Wednes day morning for Itoulder, Col., to make their home. They mado the trip by auto. Mr. and Mrs. Will Helm, who have been residing In I'tah for some time, have moved back to Ciaremore to make their home. Miss Mary Austin enjoyed a visit 'COL 1HT A.' - it s in. 'Nature's Gem of the Ozarks" Six hours anto ride over frond roads from Tulsa. Finest bathing In the southwest In the crystal, spring-fed lake. Splendid boating, fish ing, biking over the beautiful Ozarks, exploring the Hlg Ca'-e. electrically lighted one tnllo Inside by power from our own plant. Enflre resort piped with pure ice cold water from the Bl)f Spring. High up In the hills In a wonderful scenic setting, you can enjoy a cool vacation, where fires are needed at night and live In your own rustic cottage shaded by giant oak trees, over looking the water. More than a hundred Tulsans have purchased and will be there this summer. Only a few choice locations available make your selection NOW. For Information abouM h,Tulsa llella Vista Colony, communicate with" DALLAS RUPE, Special Rep. Hotel Tulsa Linebarger Bros., Owners, Dallas, Texas - Thrift Unquestionably, the basic quality of thrift is the fac ulty of putting some portion of one's earnings in the bank at regular intervals. After a certain sum has been accumulated the next step is to seek investment chan nels in which to place the savings, so as to insure the maximum income return. Thousands of people have found that this is readily facilitated by The Twenty Payment Plan J Following are a few reasons why, in purchasing securities, this plan should appeal to YOU! 3 YOU rnay buy one share and upwards. YOU are allowed twenty months to pay. CJ. YOU are not called for margin. YOU arc credited with all dividends accruing. J YOU may sell at any time, even, though only one pay ment has been made. YOU are charged only 6 interest per annum on un paid balance, which is usually more than off- set by dividends. ' CJ YOU are, therefore, saving, investing and speculat ing at one time for a minimum sum. 3 YOU are, dealing with the pioneer partial payment brokers in the United States. YOU can obtain comnlete and illustrative details by 1 writing5 for booklet 73-WT. LATTERY " Investment Sfcurites (Founded 1308) l 40 Exchange Place, fy'ew York sirn.i'A Ir. C. K Alci.'allum dep'irted Monday for a two daya' visit )Q liallaa Texas.- .Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Hall of flham roi k spent tho day here Monday Willi friend. Mrs M. I'. Cantroll and her three daughters, llel, Jtuth and Krnf line, of I'hlbidelphia, spent a few days here as tho gueata of Mrs. C. C. Caiitroll. Mi. and Mrs. J. R. Mlllor departed frmtnlny night uion an overland trip to .Muskogee. 1 MiyH Kv;l Kline of RnrinirfleM was the week-end house tfucst of Mlsa Ka'elgli Kennedy. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde M. Robinson of Shamrock spent tho flrBt of the ween here with friends. Mrs. Ueorge Markhart departed Tuesday for Camp Travla to visit tier liii.iusnd. Mrs A. t!. Clnpp departed Thurs day for Colorado Spiingu to spend tiie HUiutuer. Mrs Hurnett Crawford and Mra Jimiiiio Wilson Kpent Sunday In Norman as fcucLs of tho hitter's husband. Mi.ss I'lncttio Walker, who has linen visiting at MtKeinmie, Ark., arrived home Saturday accompanied by her nieces, Missus ixiraine and 1 -ii In Collins. Mrs. Collins Welsh entertained In formally 'lidny morning with an auction honorii g .Mrs. Hert lie loo nier of Kansas City. Mis Palaey Hitt of Kansas City Is the house guest of Mrs. Don Walker. Mr. and Mrs J. H. Herndon and Mm. B. H- Herndon are guests ot the parents of the two brothers at Osceola. Mo. Mrs. Carmen Davis is visiting her hutn.nd In lloboken. N. J. Mis. Herbert Moore untertatnea Informally Thursday eevnlng wl'h a dinner nt the Oak more Hotel Honor ing Iir. 0. McOnllum, who leaves oon for 1'ort Oslethorpo. ua. Mrs. J. . D. Uerry entertained Thursday with a 1 o'clock luncheon honoring MUa Daisy Hitt of Kansas Cltv. Mrs A. P. Raugraln entertained Wednesday morning with a three- luU itr.tlr.n nf hee home honor ing Mrs. Hert 1 "a Iizier of Kajftrs City and Mrs. Ilerrr of GalnsvTnu, Texas. Mrj. K. 1 Workman made top score. Mrs. W. M. Iitterell and daughter Walta departed Thursday for Montene, Ark., to spend the sum mer. .1. I.uther West left Tuesday for Kansas City to enlist In the navyv Mrs. Don Walker was hostess Wednesday morning at a 7:30 break fast at the Oakmore hotel honoring her house gufat, Mim Daisy Hitt, of Kansas City. Twenty-one gueets were present. Kneh was presented with a handsome corsage bouquet. Mrs. H. ('. McMnhun.".Mrs. Kay Ahvood and Mrs. Merle Mc.Mahan tnotore.l to Tulsa Thursday, where the latter departed for a two weeks visit with friends In Wichita, Kan. Mrs. C. I. MoCallum entertained Informally Wednesda) morning with a four-lnble auction onoring Mrs. Pert Do lzier of Kansas City and Mrs 1'erg'er of (ialnsvtlle. Texas at her hom- In tha St. James hotel. Mrs. llurch H'lrnett reached top score. I Mrs. W. R. Itoof and her brother U A. Morris, departed Wednesday1 for a six months' visit in California. Mrs. Sam Carshon returned Fri day from a two weeks' visit with friends In Fhawnee, Mr, find Mrs. Hoss Eakjn arrived home Thursday from a visit with friends In Wartlesvllle. Mrs. W. E. Wade and her nephew. Charles Wade, departed Thursdays for a visit with friends In Kansas City. Mrs. Ilert Delxiiler departed Sat urday night for her home In Kan sas City, after spending two weeks as the housegue.st of Mrs. E. L. Workman. Tap legation In Argentine. TOKIO. June 22. The Japanese government has decided to establish a legation In the Argentine repub lic, and will delegate as first minis ter Gl Nakaifiura, formerly consul general at New York, and now chff of the bureau of political affairs at the foreign office. Tho departure In dicates an Increased interest In South America. TTniKrts Carry Wool. rifENOS A Y n Kft, June 22 Ar gentine government transports have been chartered at j0 a ton - to carry Argentine wool and hides to lha United Slates, the charter being only for the outward trip. The rev enue which the government will re ceive from one voyage of these two transports Is $.;,13,C50. I He Who Laughs Ijuhi I AM ST Kit DAM, June 22. ( Every effort la being made In i i Iderniunv to delude the people ' I about the size and importance of the American army. A "joke" I printed by the Munich Juitend I Is, part of tho official propa- i (. ganda. It Is entitled "Homeo- I I patHle Doses" and consists of I the following bit of dialogue at i I a Krrneh port : I I General Pershing: "Well, an- I I other fleet of American troop I t r T'-"r-H hn lust arrived." I Ja IJelln France: "Superb! t I Fh.ul 1 arrange for billets'?" I General Pershing: "Sure! I I Two rooms and three bcrtir" t,--. ...A. 'Himt-Murry Co. Hunt-Muny Co.' French Ivory on sale Monday A choice collection of jji'im ino Frcnrh Ivory offt-reil at 1-3 off for Monday. This selection contains Mirrors in all shapes, Urimhes, J'uff Boxes, Hair Receivers, Buf fers, Trays, Clocks and .Jew elry boxcs at 1-3 OFF Brassware Marked especi;illy for Mon day at very attractive pri ces. Included are Jardiuiers, Flower Baskets in three si zes, Hanginjr Baskets in two sizes, Bud Vases and many neat designed Flower Bowls. Also many pretty Japanese Fancy Baskets, in cluding several styles of Flower Baskets, Fruit Bas kets and Work Baskets POPULAR PRICED Dainty Flower Bowls Made of white glazed ware, containing frog for individu al flowers and have a black pottery stand. Marked for Monday at, set $2.50 Silverware for Monday One lot Sheffield plated ware marked for Monday's Belling at 69c Former valuesup to $1. In this lot we have Jam Jars, Mustard Jars, Bud Vases, Tea Strainers, Sugar Trays and Marmalade Bowls. Buy These Dainty Wash Dresses On Sale Monday at Greatly Reduced Prices Dresses $3.95 Value Up to $6.50 Those dresses are in light cool shades and made of gingham plaids, plain beach cloth and fancy color ed voiles. Practically all sizes are in this lot. For Monday's (JQ Qft selling Dresses $ .95 Values Up to $850 Wash dresses of plaid gingham, floral de signs in voiles and striped batiste, all are trimmed "with organdy collars and cuffs to give them a'ool sum mery look. A special t: $5.95 Dresses - $7.45 Values Up to $3 JO Beautiful summer dresses of sheer batiste ham plaids. These dresses are rare values fancy voile and ging and are full of style and comfort. You will appreciate dr7 A ff these at v Qo Smock Blouses These smocks come in white, rose and copen. Some are white with blue and rose trimmed Some are finished with hand embroidery work. $2.25 and $2.75 fl-flQ values specially priced at Wash Blouses One big assortment of dainty voile blouses. Plenty of pretty styles to select from and all the sizes are in the assortment. Values (I? 1 "I Q up to $2.25, sale Monday 'pA,AJ 7. Dresses for Big Girls New Ones on Sale Monday $5 values at $3.93 These dresses are made specially for junior girls. They come in sizes I'iVt and 16 12 and will fit the larger girls and small women. The styles are in a neat tailored effect. The colors are white, white trimmed in blue, and white with rose; also plain copen and tan. You will appreciate them at the special price IQ Af? of pOtJ Sale of Wask Skirts Every woman will want,' one of these pretty white -Vash Skirts ;on sale at t h e following reduced prices v " $2.50 wash skirts at $1.45 $3.00 wash skirts at $1.95 $3.95 wash skirts at $2.93 $4.95 wash skirts at $3.93 $5.95 wash skirts at $4.93 All new styles and made of Gabardine, Tricotine and satin striped Galatea cloth. v ... Silk Specials For This Week 36-inch Messaline, $1.75 value for $1.49 27-inch Messaline, $1.25 value for 98c 36-inch plain colored Taffetas, $2.25 vales for $1.98 One lot of plain colored Taffeta, $2.25 value $1.79 One lot of plain colored Taffeta, $1.75 value $1.39 40-inch Cheney shower-proof Foulards . . . .$1.89 Fiber Silk Foulards, $1.25 jcalues for 89c Flier Silk Foulards, $1.00 values for 69c 32-inch Fiber Silk Shirting, $1.50 value ...$1.24 75c Fiber Silk Shirting for 59c 36-inch Silk Ginghams, $1.25 value for ... .$1.15 Sale of Petticoats Silks and Cotton all are included These special prices are for Monday only and it's worth while to take advantage of the savings offered ih this sale;" $2.50 Heatherbloom Skirts in copen, rose, green and navy i., v .$1.83 $3.69 Petticoats of A; B. C. Bilk top and taffeta flounce; all the plain and changeable shades; at . .$2.93 $5 Taffeta Skirts in plain ... , 1. 1 . i 1 ana cnangeapie snaaes ( at ...$3.99 $6.50 and $6.95 Taffeta Skirts in plain and floral de signs at $5.93 Wash Goods Figured Volleg, It value ..BUc Figured Voiles, 76c va!ur7TGrJ Figured VuiJan, e"Value ..69c Figured Voiles, 60o valuo ..Site Figured Voiles, 36c value ..23o 36-lnch Tissue Gingham 87 &o Gingham New Ginghams are arriv ing every day in sufh well-known branch a s Toile du Nord, Red Seals and Everet Classics. The price ranges from 25c to 35c Pepperel Sheeting A special price for Mon day on 10-4 Pepperel Sheeting at GOc ; only a few pieces and it will not last long at these prices- A Profusion of Dainty Footwear For Women Who Care fMffliv New Rookie Itrown Calf Lace Ox ford: lurn soles, French heels; made by WrlKht r. Peters, Roches ter, N. Y. Priced at Pluck Dull Calf Iace Oxford: turn $11 : turn K soles, 1 jy'nch heels; made by Wright in Peur. Rochester, N. Y. (Jtft 1'rlcod at $11 White Wash Kid Lace Oxfords; welt solo, French heels, Imitation stitched n'.ralKht tip. 1'rlced QQ Mwiiuni Hrnwn Calf Iro Oxford; turn ho1'h, J''r'in h hHelH, (Q liiKh arrh. 1'rlced nl .... if) J Illack Clawd Kid Laco Oxfonln; turn soli'. French heels. 1'rlied at $7.50 Park Itrown Calf ljiro Oxford; welt solo, military herl. Imitation straight tl. combina tion lust; priced at lila.k Calf I.aoe Oxford; welt Fnb military hi'el, Imltutlon wlii'h"d wing tip. I'rlccd at 4:$9.00 $8.00 Jlrown Calf I'ump; welt sole, military heol, Imitation (pry stitched tlj). Priced at tj) I .OU White Ituck Pump; welt solo, military heel, Imitation stitched tip. (Solo and heel white ivory leather. 1'rlced at Dull Kid Pump; turn sole. French heel. hiKh fore part. (! not rut the fool). Priced at Dull Kid Seamless Pump; turn sole. French heels. cf Priced at ........ $6.50 lie. French I l)rl'S not $7.50 $7.50 Boys' Bathing Suits Special, $1.50 and $1.75 Sizes 10, 12 and 14 years. These Suits como in 2 piece style in gray and blue. House Dresses very special valuo at $1.95 You should take advan tage of this offer. Dresses worth up to $3.50 on sale Monday at $1.95. LigTit and dark colors. Girls' Middy Suits on sale at $2.45 These Middy Suits come in wtrite with blue stripes, plain white cuffs and col lars; sizes 12, 14 and 16. They are a good $3.50 val ue; on sale at $2.4S Kcmember: June 28 Is the Day HUNT-MURRY CO. Quality Without Extravagance" June 28 Is- The Day ml Hi) Ml m 1 -:;.':' imwii.jwt',4im'