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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, JULY 16. W20
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WORK . . .
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and Imuvy burrt'im bring lit
wir.
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tho rho kroHihi im mirth
ti ll r rlmi-r:
V nMi-i gather mm i ii it 'hf haarth
'ml what wi wlfih our frtantfa
Mtl Msr,
Fur prm r In luirn nf almph' Miln,;
a klnitly wnrrt, a gnml -nlunt ,
bin,
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ar thn vanlahad (oyl '
i nim
Blrthitaj Pert)
Mr' ChMta M llrya iiii' plan"
ur to ii dom MfiMll frtondj of bar
iatifhtar, Mnn Eltaabath, when ii"
rnti i iiiinc-.l Umid mi MfadnaAdA
marntng in hoRdf nf tha taurth birth
day annlvmurv of thli llttla lailv
(lunira wnr plnyvd ami ddllOtMll i1 I
anil I'iikiN win Hrrvd Plftttni
i'rr I'al anil Jarfc MrCiilir. U.tuI
dim- anil John Ftnhla. VliRlriln ,iwl
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Walib, riiiii i'K ii nil MingiiH'l Ury. ,
ii I hrrln i' rniirlnry. Ktnrcni-i Wil
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Mint TbfM IMIH N arrantcd
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monthly h liii
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nml Wadn'Hilay wiih I innlKn Inn-rhi-iin
rnriiillii.i'iilnrv In Mra 11 C
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lii'iidina nomfiirn In riiifiril HU
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I Mr anil Mm MAW I K'rvln
nrf ,.xpr"td lo arrtva thi' Inl'ii part
of Ihla wii from Ihrlr horo vn K)
ili lo ChllVMten, Txa. And will
iOffllAllAd In ii "olllp In (hi- VV.ilk.i
i purl in'' 11 in Mm K"ivln win Mtaa
Inlli' tO'lanry of llnllilN f'-rrn'rl-, of
TUIAd Mr. Kiriln In of iIiih Vy
Mrn Warran I Abboll ;in-l IhrAA
rhltdrAA will Ifuva lorliy for I'olnra
'Jo to remain until mimmrr i lofi-n.
Personal Mention
Mi .unl tin obrl Huh I'araon
ami two BhlldfM Ivfl laat MoihIiv
for llrnirr. loin. h ro Ih'-y will
npi ii'l noun turn goiiia l.iti-r to po Ala:
nn Ilia Pai ifir lonnt, kAri Ihty !"
mmaln until Mpiirnlni Mi And
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thp OaMAH honii "ii Mouth ClAolA
null avprinr in th" npmntlrria.
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ii nil phlldrAA hft Ii"' Hiinilnv fir
l,ii Jola. CAl . whr-rn Ihi-v will MAd
thn PAfAAfftdAr of th" UAIAIAf DAf
itiK Hid bnne of th" UAAkwood
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ara OOOUAylAI IAA horn" ill I4fl
iHouib CbdyAAAA dVAAVA,
.lanii'N II luynn
"ft JfMdArdAy for lunv
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rAdO, MIAri tin y will lAAtld
monthii of July anil AuRMHt
lu anil Mm II in. 1. 1 I ll.ik' r
two rblldran IaTi TnunidA fa
a tf n al v motor trip tbroiiKh
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Mi ind Mm Raymond HoAflAnd
nrr fhi' pAfonttl of ii nnw aon. AfhAAA
birth oriiurrAd yoAtArdduV
IttM ihrouBhout th oiintry In
N"w York alona thnra mrrn n.'ilj
rouphtt fAArrlAd, whlrh la an In
BfAAAA "f 1,9(1 ovar 1919
Hvr iliniinaii'1 OOUPlM dAOlddd to :
t.ik" th" nt"p iW-Kplta th atartllAC
.m i tarf IfylAd AftdlaMoAd of pea.ii-
rllbHIe proplbltA lliMh rania. augar
pro oil. hibor unrdAt, rnmlna: AIM
tiom And th" ovArwbAlmlnd BUsAbdf
"f mAtrlAIOAlAl fAllttfAt AAani lo havi
nn i ff, 1 1 AhAtAvar upon on" Mr
liii: rapid II NiakiH on" fi'l thut
!i" bottom baa not droponrl nut All
iblnli And it imik'n oni Aifnoai purA
ti n tin world la jual ahoul lb"
"am" ol'l plain AftAf nil.
Bomt folk AFOUld hava bad UA BA
llajvt ituit nva waa wnak littbl
thlna win- li ioiaht PA frlahinnirj
off by iha hotiAlnd oondltloA AAd tha
hlKll rout of llvll.n. Tlliv Wnillil
hava had un ballava that th" war '
and woman'a nw pdAdOIAbl lnd"-
pondtAAt wrrn two Bri-at i auaaa
whlnh would unit to bring AbAllt I
f. wh nianhnrna foWAf ABIAtfSan
honi" and fnwir fWtttrA eiUAAAl
Than whan on" la ainio.it eonvincAd i
of th"n thlnjri-. wh"n onn ""
frltndl pOOtpAAlnd marrWK" Indnfl
nfnty in I hrnakim inKa" tn' i t and
n'ttina dlvorcAd, And wh"n iinr rAAda
all thi othor dAprcPAlAf nnwa About
birth rninf df it h rati a. to aay noth
ItiK of rAltrOAd rAttA, what a urnl
nnd Aloflotia f""llnc onn K"ta upon
rAAdlAg that .lima haa net a n"w
rarord In mArflAgAA, folfj In Nrw
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Main Adv.
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AAlumbar I' ll t y WdnAdAf night it
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mania rv lo Mlnira l'Mlmrta and 1,11
jlan RgndAll, who graj lAAAlad POOA
In vIhII In North I'lirnllnii llaald""
honor icunMtM. othnra pfAAPAl AOt
Mlaaaa Mniln Mall. Htalla K"rt.T.
I.u. iin ThambtM, Mtlldrpd ItArrlng
ton of Balggg, Wnnt VlrKlnla. and
Nnlln rook.
BororHy Ton.
Mlaa BunlCA MrArthur will nntnr
laln thn Klrla of thn Thnta Hi 'a PW
auiorli of Kinil.ill OAliAgt Ihla ut
tarnoon Bl lAg In BAf hnmn at IfOY
Font It Chnynnni' IWMIi Thla will
bu ilia ai'ml-mortthty affair of Ihn
kiml nrratiiri'il for thn aiinininr by
thla OOllAgi ornnnUatlon.
I 'or Vlnltlnir tilrla.
Mlna Amelia Hroarh will rnlnr
taln ut BUitlon hrtdai nn Tunaihiy
AftATQAOA lAAlAAd of Friday aa nn-
Bounood, hoBortnf ngv txuaat, Mm
Unl" Ingram of Oklahoma CltJ
and MIih Huliy 'I'hompaon of IMirant
who grrlVAl lUBdAy to vlalt Mlaa
J illicit Hunt.
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field ni' rACBlvlBg CAAgfAtUlAtHfW
oynr lb" arrival "f n BAUgiltAf In
1 1 m i r homA who oama Itogdgy, ifuty
II, and who will bnar thn namn "f
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rAAldt at 0I7 Houth Huaton nvinna.
I
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lorn with thnlr mlatlyna, Mr. and
Mm .la. k AAgAlO
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Baturday for Ryt RaAob, N n .
Join hli family, who am apnndlntc thn
amnmar thara
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lltl. al COBVAtttlABA, IllK'l i oat of food
and Clothing, rant proflt""ia arid
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moat promlHlnK bit of RAW! thn pg
pnra hgVA AArHAd In aomn tlmn It
wim In thn nffnrl lhat Ihn month of
lURi ant n nnw rn.-ord In marrlaKo
lli'Mi"", iii Nnw York city and othAf
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Thnradav from
whnrn hla family
ummar.
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olOfAdQ FprlnK".
la aprndlng th.
Mra i V M. Million and
Fianrla. l"ft Tunaday Blghl for nn
land. I'al., In apind a ApUplA
montha.
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and aon Billy am afinndltiR th" atitu
mar about thn Wlamiialn lak"a.
BAf Mra. Mnrtnrr.
Mm William Orlffanataln will
ant' i lulu al gggUen hrldRn thla gttAI
noon BAROylni Mra. II. (. I.lridnnr,
gfhAAa dAPArtUfA for Kanrua i 'Ity lo
pi'rnuillt'tillv i i'H I il ' la onrualonlna a
Bum bar of Informal nffnlra Klvnn PT
h"r fiiniiiiM DomplimantAry to hr
laitorliilm il at tanla.
Mra. John V. BfgiAri wna boatnaa
Wi'iliii-mlttv uflnrnoon al rurda wlmn
ahn ehoAA to honor AtlAf Lou BrAok
nn of Chlraro. a vlNltor In thn t;
J. BfAAkRAy ROmA, and Mra. 11
Mlna Allrn Bui ton who bna bnnn
To Thn PabUg.
Fffirtlvn July 1. flvn mlnula rar
aarvlnr on thn Kendnll Una botWAAR
thn nornar of .fill and ('hny iinn
and ihn nnd of lloilv.i oi I ' . I-" i
atrnnt; tnn-rninula nnr Ptpyleg to
Knndnll OAllABd
Tboaa rara on lb" ICaAdAll Una
runtiliiR only aa far aa thn nnd of
HAdgi or Fuat Flrnt atro"t dAaig
natnd on tha routing nlirn nn, 1401
BaaI PI rot Tuiaa simat Railway Co.
- -Advt.
I.lndiiar. who anon
from Tuliia.
will niova awiiy
I'm n naUigiln Damoa,
Mmh IntgTAAt BAntgVg In Ilia In
formal ilunca to bt' (tlinn tonight g
MYour Old Furniture
Mode Like New
H Phone Osage 436
1900 Cataract
Electric Washer
Takea the
drugery out
of waah dy
WHY YOU SHOULD OWN THIS
ELECTRIC WASHER
The magic figure h movemenl af the 1900 cataract
KU'ctric an excluilvt feature. The doapy cleanaing
water is forcud thrmiKh the clothed m a figure I
movement ami tout times as often as in the ordinary
Hruher.
1 nu don't find any parts in the tub of the 1!00 AVas)ier
to rut) against your clothes and there arc 1)0 heavy
cylinders to lift out and clean after the wash is
finished.
The wringer works electrically, too, and iwingl from
washer to rinse water, to blue water, lo clothe basket
without moving washer an inch.
The 1800 Cataract Washer saves time, money and
clothes costs less than 2c an hour to operate.
OUR TRIAL OFFER
We'll deliver one ritfht to your home
for you to try. Afterwards you may
start paying for it on terms to suit
your convenience. If you are not
satisfied you may return it.
Good Housekeeping Electric Shop
4 WEST FIFTH
DICKERING
SAMPLE SHOES
HOSIERY
The only atore in the
country that kept high
Krade ahoei under $10
when the getting waa
good.
Getting back to normal
tgain tan t bothering ua
ery much, aa we tried lo
remember that the high
er you get the harder ia
the fall.
Children's white Mary
Jane Qg-
Pumpe
Cirls' white .Marv .lane
ST $1.75
Misses' white Marv Jane
fiT" $1.95
Children's white Sister
Sue Pumpe Ofr
for P 1 aailJ
Misses' white Sister Sue
Pumps di QC
for a? 1 aO'tJ
Ladies' white Sister Sue
ST $1-45
Hoys', Girls' play on fords
and sandals, in tan, pat
cut, black d (r
for 1 1 att.1
Regular boys' oxfordsi
neolin soles, r u b b 6 r
heels, a bin Uj" Q(t
bargain . Paiia.J
Several dozen broken
sizes of ladies' white
canvas pumps, oxfords
and strap slippers; many
good sizes (J -J QJT
aniony; them T' 1 aJ
About 7"i pairs ladies',
misses' and jM'rls' white
canvae shoes, wort h
double our price to
clean ((Jl fi
lip 4la7eJ
Ladies' best Ota
silk hose JOl
Ladies' very pood silk
sr $i.i5
Ladies' good J i'fZ
silk hose. . . . P I .Ut)
Kxtra good aJj " QPt
silk hose. . . . P 1 a7J
Ladies' pure silk Roset
tes black. d"l r
white only . . P 1 a)J
Choiet of all children's
i2 pair 75 c
Misses', girls' white lisle
rtockingi,
1! pair I eiv
Viait ail the aalea, look
over prices then come up
and compare ours with
what you have seen.
We'll leave the buying to
you.
Come up. Look, Compare
Robinson Build'g
Second Floor
Phone 1962
L-U-C-E
Black Enamel
H at darners
Round box with double re-enforced
top and hoitom, btitind gdlgOd. two
hat forms, pocket in Im. k and two
tone lining.
18x12 $12 75
:-
20x12 $13.75
SqaAre box with one form, tray for
dreasea And twotone lining.
18x9 $9.75
20x9 $10.75
Mail orders prepaid
LUGE
Jacobs Mercantile Co,
224-226 EAST FIRST ST.
Citizens of Tulsa
and Vicinity
How M any Blocks a Day Do
You Walk Looking for
Low Prices on Shoes,
Dry Goods, Working
Clothes etc.?
All wc ask of you is to come to our store and see for
yourself. We will save you money. If you will look
at a few prices we will quote, you will see at a fdance
such as:
Men's halhriuan union
suits, sizes 86 to 4fi. $1.75
values,
our price .
Porous Knit underwear,
shirt or drawers,
per garment. .
Balbriggan u n d e r wear,
shirt or drawers,
per garment. .
.Men's balbriggan union
suits, M.es :U) to 4fi, $ 1 .50
a lues,
our price.
Mill's Kerry Knit union
suits, sizes 36 to 46, fg.50
$1.25
lerwear,
50c
r w ear,
65c
$1
our price .
$1.75
First overalls, heavy kind,
blue and stripes, solid or
suspender hacks, $3 and
,$;.50 values, Bailing at
? T $2.50
.Men's athletic union suits,
sizes !5u to 46, 1.50
values, a
our price tpA
Men's how, all colors, 25c
to 75o values, our
prices, 35c, 25c
Men's blue chambry work
shirts, Uncle Sam and ().
Kay makes, $1.76 and $'J
values. - PA
our price p LaOv
15c
We also have the same proportionate
prices in our Ladies' Ready-to-Wear and
Dry Goods Departments.
Be Sure You Get in the Right Place.
Jacobs Mercantile Go.
224-226 EAST FIRST ST.
THE FARMER'S AND WORKING MAN'S STORE
WHERE YOUR DOLLAR BUYS 100 CENTS
IN MERCHANDISE FOR YOU.
Hunt s Daily Store News
VOL. VII.
FRIDAY . JULY. 16, 1920.
NO. 16.
Friday and Saturday
Shoes at 20 Discount
Don't overlook thesn wonderful shoe values in this
frreaf reduction sale. These shoes are of the very
finest quality and are hiffh irrade in every respect.
They are made by such wonderful concerns as
Hanan & Sons, Laird and Schober, Griffm-White
and other well known makers. Everything Roes in
hijrh and low shoes in all colors for street, dress,
party and sport wear.
TRUNK
COMPANY
414 SOUTH MAIN ST.
Tulsa Kansas City
L. .?. ITTFTNIIAOI, Itrald'-nt Partner
rm "rr-Trn-rrrrrr rrr)i rttrir I'tfTrti i r t ft ill 1 1 1 r ft it rr ft it r i r ? -
Extra Falucs in Pumps
For Friday and Saturday we offer one lot of black beaded pumps
with full Louis XV heels a very fine quality pump
Special at $5.95
IV ash Blouses
$1.98
Some very desirable styles in
white with colored collars, green,
rose and blue embroidered. Solid
color rose and blue with lace
trimmings.
Also an assortment of white
blouses with stripe trimmings.
A very splendid quality at he
price.
Children's Dresses
Half Price
You'll appreciate the values In
these gingham dresses in solid
and plaids. Only a limited num
ber to select from for Friday and
Saturday.
White organdie dresses with lace
trimming and a touch of hand
embroidery. Sizes 2 to 12.
nathlnK Clip,
nathlnff Sulla
and nam
samil Floor
ncHUNTco.
DEPARTMENT STORE
Main si. BetWdM Third ami I 'mirth
Plifntlnl Rrrlrw
Pallonw
Pattern ppt.
Menaaine Floor
AVES M ILE S OF STEPS
Are You Happy In Your Kitchen
HOW many American women are
really happy in their kitchena?
To how manv does the houae
wife'a work-ahop hold anything but
dreary drudgery?
Two million American women the
two million who own Hoosier Kitchen
Cabineta have been placed in com
plete maatery of their kitchen work.
They conaider the Hoosier America's
moat practical labor-aaver, because it
haa aboliahed the old-time stooping,
reaching, atanding and walking about
that uaed to make kitchen work so
weariaome.
You, too, can know this relaxation,
even in the midst of household duty.
You can do ail the preliminary work
of meal-time preparation, seated be
fore your Hoosier, with every kitchen
tool and utensil within easy reach.
Satisfy yourself that thia is true before
you invest in a kitchen cabinet. Co to
your nearest Hoosier dealer. Sit in
front of the orderly Hoosier Beauty.
Note its big, uncluttered work-table.
Notice what thoughtful provision haa
been made for your every kitchen re
quirement. And then, when you are convinced
that the Hoosier is best aa are these
two million other women order the
rtep-saving, back-saving Hoosier sent
to your home.
Your
Credit
U O. K.
Smmc
Furniture O
Exchance
New For
Old

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