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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, NOV. 20, 1020.
MEET IN DURANT
Southeastern Division in
Si'-sion matter rare
tn r L
t.i I 1ST Nov. 19. TllO BOUtll-
iwslon of tlio Oklahoma
.,1 i .1 (UIMOClJtlolt will Imlil lis
' 1. tln.i.nt nn Vnum.
0 at. (I 2?! 1920. Tlio pro
iiccn completed tun! In
f i !,..t tlint has over been
(,,. .i ten "liciu in umaiiomn. ti
,', l that moro thtm 1.200
Im. hi' - w 1 1 bo lti ntlendiuico.
Ti,. to winit ni'-n will nniicar on
m iokpuhti wmi i iiumin'r
orhcxil men and women
-rn oklnhomn: Dr. la
n, proffUMor of hocIoIokjv
Mr.ivorsltjf, New York,
i Klnp, president KIiik
. irntorv, l'lttsburBh, I'a.:
Jtrookn, president Hay lor
When, Texas: nr. 11.,','.
J't i k ihonia university, Norman,
I, H I jMtie, profewtor of chemlH
M OKh'i ma A. & .MT rlier Still
ttatcr Mi.-"Klhi Victoria J)nlilH, prl
miry export, MKtoiirl university,
ColumMi Mo.; Stipt. W. O. Master
n nr'iident Oklalioma Kdtic.ition
l'ai. itlon, .MoAlcntcr: M. A.
Nash f r. tnry Oklahoma Kduca
ilonai a latlon, Oklahoma City: C.
M Hour "ml M. I'. llntche.tt, hltfh
jr'hool liwoctorH of Oklahoma, Okla
homi CI' - ....
The ia roads have granted the
toaJieis a ralo of onu and unu third
faro f'Ji- h round trip on tho rcr
tlflra'e p n, Tho tracher buys n
tl-ktt n nK f"" taro 0,1 auks tlio
ajen t r n rortlflcate, which they
hive 1 J" Ialrd, Hocretnry, to l?n
and tho return fare will bo ono third
I Mor' I'tuilcki'd Cotton,
t 'h World.
'TAIIM.til AH, November 19.
CV"-ti has proved a ereat disap
pointment to tho farmertt of this
tectum this fall. Tho prlco ha
rtMdily dropped until $3.75 ji hun
dred pounds In tho seed ban been
the prevailing prlco for nevornl
days. In many fields tho crop has
not been picked over for tho llrstt
time and Is now practlcaly Im
possible to procuro plckurs. as tho
raisers arc not nble to pay the
.iKes demanded by thoso who
umi.nly eng.iRO In Kalherl:i(r tho
IIO!pltnl Koom For Klddlctt
flnl to Th9 World.
I'O.STA CITY, -Nov. 19. Co-lnct-dent
with tho annual lied Orora
membership drive, now In progress,
the local chapter today announced
that It will n,ulp ono room nt tho
Posra City hospital for tho treat
ment of school children, whom the
community nurso flnda must ha've
oixrations for adenoids, tonsils and
kind red tr ubles.
Sand Springs Notes
SANDS SPIUNC1H, Nov. 19. O. I
Stewart nnd W. H. Slack worn In
UuthVIo for tho week atleiidln tho
Scottish Kilo ceremonies.
ltttv. D. S. llrlnklcy nnd U
Mathews ruttirned today from lllack
well, whero they attended a church
The Ladles' Aid of tho Methodist
church nro planning' to conduct n
rtimmaKo sale during the first part
of December nnd nro desirous of be
tir assisted by all of the proplo of
tho town In collecting tho articles
for wile. Thorn never has been n
silo of thin kind within the past flvo
years nnd those promoting tho af
fair aro expecting a decided suc
cess. Klght men of tho Haptlst congre
gation met In the church last night
nnd did lomo Improvement work on
tho basement. Tho work wni volun
teer and after It had been com
pleted the ladles of tho church serv
ed nn oyster1 supper to the workers.
The Itoyal Neighbor camp of this
City Is making nrrangemenlH for a
special program to bo given the first
Thursday In December when they
will tmvo a largo olnss of new mem
bers. There, will bo n light lunch
eon served after tho exercises nnd
Community church, Main and
Fourth; Sunday school. nt 10. Morn
ing worship at 11 with tho topla
"There Khali bo no Lois of Ufe, but
tho Ship Shall bo Wrecked." In tho
evening the Y. 1. S. C K. will meet
at 7 o'clock. (At 8 tho preaching
will bo on tho rllgrlm's Progress of
John llunyan. All aro welcome. Dr.
S, It. Gordon, pastor.
Methodist church", Main ftnd
fourth: Sunday school nt 10. Morn
ing services nt ll.x The topic will bo,
"Tito Modern Conception of tho
Kingdom of Hod." In tTto evening
Itov. Watson will speak on "What Is
Your I.lfo?" The mission study claw
meets uvery Thursday night and will
welcome any who' nro Interested.
Iist woel I'rofessor-Correl was host
to tho class and a most enjoyable
period of study was enjoyed. Tho
class meets In tho church each week.
On Wednesday there will bo n
Thanksgiving prayer meeting serv
ice In tho church. An invitation Is
extended to all to attend our meet
ings. J. C. Watson, pastor.
Christian church, Main and Fifth:
Ileglnnlng with this Sunday there
will bo morning nnd evening preach
ing every Sunday. Tho Dtblo nch'rjol
begins nt 10. Morning preaching at
11, nnd evening services at 7: 15.
There will be about ten new mem
bers baptized tn tho evening. Kurt
Mitchell, pastor. -I
Church or Hod, Ot.int and Fourth;
Sunday school at Id o'clock. Morn
ing preaching at IK Services nt 7
with tho subject "Accomplishments
of Faith. There will bo cottage
prayer meeting on Tuesday and Fri
day nights of next week. Thfc pub
lic Im invited to any. of our mcctlntTH.
Arch Klnlon, pastor.
ll.ipttst church, Garfield and
Hroadway: Sunday school nt 10.
Morning worship at 1 1. Kvenlng
Fervlcn at 7'fi, There will be bap-
MHltrat the tiWht ... vl, Till. Sim
lav i'hnrir tt..u ii,fii.rd tt ,.ll..t,,t
nine of 200, with the Junior 11. V. V
ii nimimg too reeorii n oeing tne
in W1P HIIUC. V PXICTH1 .1
Otdllll IllVltlltlr.tl t II nvnt-v mi.. In
Join us In worship. 13. H. ilrlnkl. v.
t.liie to I'lo Counter
Special ltl Ti10 World.
TAHMJQUAH, November 1ft.
Sevoral citizen announced that
they will be applicants for the posi
tion of postmaster of Tahleiniah
-iyjien president-elect Hording has
assumed tim reins of government.
Among Ihoso already known iih de
'slring I lie position nro Charlie D.
Hitchcock, formerly n morehntil
and postmaster nt Kldon; W. 11
Wright, a local contractor, and It
Is said that S. M. llrdburn, ox-state
representative, will aim bo 111 the
race. That there will bo others
there Is little doubt. ,
Nof that woman's) partm i ship
with man In the ballot Is secured. It
Is a clnih tb.it she will not long re
main a silent one. Norfolk Virgin-Utl-Hlol
LET HIM Llf DOWN
HiiMi'l had n ntgn of trouble now
for oWr 0 month.
"A yer nun I ln.l nithina n hud my
friends ttieiiKht t would ticvor kcI over
It. 1 had doctc.rrd for n InnK time with
out reauttn. 1 lind not t.pn In t.-.l for .1
wffks, could not vn lt up trnlglit In
elulr. Thrn I hoard of Mllkn limulnlun
ind ttnttrd uthiK It. It was only l'n
days latfr tlmt I could an tn hod slid
leep nundly. Aflor InklnK eluht bottles
I found myirlf conipli.toly currd, It In
over 9 monthft now 6lno I quit taUtnif
Milks ):mulalon, nnd I haven't lind a
yniptnm ot nitlun.i lnr Oo. V.
linker. It. K 1). 1, Latrol,,., l'n.
Why shouldn't Mllka Hinulsloil help
you? It has workeil wonders for others.
It costs nothing to try
Milks Kniulslon la a pleasant, nutritive
food and h corrective, medicine. It tre
stores hciillhy, natural lioivel action, do
Inir away with all need of pnu and
physics. It iiromotcs appetite, and nulckly
puts the dlecstlvo omans In shapo to
assimilate load, As n builder of flesh and
strength, Milks Kniulslon Is strnnKly rcc
ommended to thoso wfiom sickness hfis
weakened, and Is a powerful aid In re
sTstlnir ii ml repalrlnc tho rtfects of wast.
Ing diseases. Chronic stomach trouble
ajid constipation arc promptly relieved
This Is the only solid emulsion made,
and so palatable thai It Is eaten with a
spoon like Ico errant.
No matter how severe your rase, you
ar urited to try Milks limulslon under
thla guarantee Tako sl bottles itonifi
with you, uo It acrordlnK tn lireclina
and If not satisfied with tho results, your
money will be promptly refunded. Price
76c and tl 60 per bottle. Tho Milks
ntnulslon Co., Terro Haute. In. I. Sold
by druggists every where Adt.
Blouses of high degreehalf price
TIkm'c is :i ccrliiin roup of Iwenl y-four blouses UimI offer uiv j
usual oppoi'luuilics for those who wish a blouse of superior w
style nnd quiet elegance at a" price within reachof the most JJ
modest purse. jjj
(ieortfelle in flesh, while and navy ' J
Headed and embroidery trimmed J
I Mgh or low neck si vies. ' 2
Hetfularly from $12.00 to .t7.o0. t g
CHOOSE ANY IN THIS CROUP AT EXACTLY W
HALF PRICE Q
Ulouso .Section 'I bird I'loor C
''I am so nervous it seems as though I should fly" "My nerves
are all on edge" " I wish I were dead." H6w often have we heard
these expressions brpthers quite as extravagant from some loved one
who has been brought to this state by some female trouble which
has slowly developed until the nerves can no longer stand up under it.
IWwoman should allow herself to drift into this condition without
giving that good old-fashioned root and herb remedy Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound a trial.
Read the Letters of These Two Women.
North East, Mil." I wos in ill IicallU
four or flvo years nml doctoral with
ono doctor uftor miothor but nono
helped mo. I was irregular nnd had
tiucli torriblo pain in my back, lower
part of my body and flown each sido
that I had to go to !cd threo or four
flays overy month, I was very norvous,
tired, could not sleop and could not cab
without gettinc sick. A friend asked
mo to take Lydia E. Tinkham's Vego
taWo Compound and I am sorry I did
not tako it sooner for it has holicd mo
wonderfully. I don't havo to go to bed
with the pain, can cut without being
eick and havo moro strength. I recom
mend your mcdicino and you nro at
liberty to publish my testimonial."
KuzAnETn Wkaveb, K. It. 2, North
Slinncapolis.Minn. "Iwnsmn down
and nervous, coulftnot rcstatniglitnnd
was moro tired in tho morning than
when I went to bed. I luivo two chil
dren, tho youngest threo months old
nnd it was drudgery to caro for them
as I felt so irritable nnd generally worn
out. From lacK of rests and nppetito
my baby did not get enough nourish
ment from my mill stI'started to givo
him two bottle feedings a flay. After
taking threo bottles of Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound I felt liko
a now woman, full of lifo and energy.
It is ft pleasure to caro for my children,
nnd I, am very happy with them and
feel flno. I nurse my baby exclusively
again, and can't say too much for your
7nlloino Xfru A T. Af I T T.l'lt. 203:1
K. 24th St.', Slinncapolia, Minn-
Nervous, Ailing Women Should Rely Upon
LYDIA, g.PINKMAM MEDICINE CO. Wglgggl
Duvet yn Bags
Good rtiuilily silk duvclyn
in brown, black and navy.
Shell .'Hid covered frames.
Hcfiiiliirly from $10 to $15.
All sliaiics and sizes.
iiverv color and combina
Headed H a n s regularly
from $27 lo $:iD.!iO.
Children's H osc
nibbed in Hlack or While.
Sizes from 7 years lo li!.
Anolher Big Group of
Hats at Half Price
Of course you knowjhal the Ilnl of Beaver or
Duvclyn is quilc Ihc desirable thing from a style as
well as a practical noinl of view.
It will be good news -that we arc offering an ex
tensive collection in small and medium shapes, in a
variety of colors at exactly TIalf Price.
Mllllncrr Section Third I'loor
Genuine "Satin Francis"
Extra Special $3.69
InchalinK the whole, slock comprising overy
plain and two-lone color.
Plain Silk M cssaline,
Extra Special $1.98
Every color in the lol.
dCjicelleiit quality ami finish.
t Regularly $3.-15.
Extra Special $5.19
nenuliful line of colors in n variety of designs
10 inches wide and all silk.
Extra Special $2.49
Wide nssorlmcnt of designs in practically
Included in the. lol nro some Haduim Crepes.
Regularly lo $5.00.
and Mixnrit' Scree
Drews ut 20 Off
Navy Rhic only- -Ieler Thomp
son and nccordoon pleuled mod
els. The whole slock included,
from $12.50 lo $17.50.
Ages from G lo 17 years.
Children's Section Second Floor
Children's Gingham Dresscg,
One-Third Off .
The entire stock included.
fiood GinghsMiis in plaids,
Stripes and Plain Colors.
Ages from 2 lo Hi years.
-Regularly from $2.50 to $8.50.
ttC1ioo.sc at One Third Off.
iChllilrfii'H Hcctlon Second I'loor
Children and Misses' Party
Dresses 20 Off
Including Ihc cnlire. slock,
Taffetas, Georgettes and Chif
fons in allractivc styles.
Ages from 2 lo 18 years.
Regularly from $20 to $50.
All Children's and Misses'
Hats at Half Price.
Velours and Reavers in RIack,
Navy and Reaver color.
Regularly from $8 lo $11.50,
Choose al Half Price.
CltlCVM.H AND r.OTlONH
2Bc Mollm ll,ln Lotion 10c
COc IiiKrnm'n Milkwort Clrrum 30a
1 ltmrnm'n Milkweed Ormm. flOo
too Pompollitti Day nnd Nlht
- 60o Mnllm ClrcnnrleM Crenm. 30o
BOo Mrltia ClenjulnR Crem... 30o
OOo Mclbn Hkln MiiKxncn Cream 30o
tOc llennnlti nnd Almond Cream 30c
2Bo Wlli'h Hnxel I0o
"1'Vot.lllln" for rniitli nklna.... 10c
"flncdAiKto" Cold Cremn In
till"'" .......... 30o
Afcrcollied -ynx 7Dc
Woodhiiry'tt Cold Cretnn 40o
Hlmo Cnciimher Crem 40o
tlempro fJlovlne Cremo 30o
2Bo Wooilbury'n l'owdor.... Ho
25c Mi'llmlitin l'owder.. . . . . 10c
2Iin nitno Iowder , j. loo
BOo Jnvn Illco Powder. .... 30o
BOc Clurden Fragrance .....30o
Vty Dream .... son
BOo Melha ..........,38a
.Andes of Honen PiiiRe 7Se.
11.00 and i .,3.00
IIAVI.V(J IMlKI'AIIATIO.Vfl AND
BOo Mrnnen'B Klmvltic Crenm.. 30o
BOo Dn I.mn Hlinvliiir lather.. 3fo
3Bc WllllnntM' HIinvlriK Crenm.. 20a
25c Do I.ttxo HlmvlnB Lntlier.. IOo
BOo Cuntlirnx Hhntnpoo 3t)o
BOo Walker'fl AlulnKled Cocoa
nut Oil 30o
Coliriito'n Talcums .. JBo
Wllllntnn' Tnlcurn.l I3o
Hlltio '1'alciinm j lUo
Jcriten'a Tnlcumn JOo
ltitlll)s' Tnlctitns . lflo
Day Dreamn Tnlciima 10n
.Mellut Tnlcmiin lt)o
fjardfn Krnsrntire Tnlctimn. . . 31)0
Plnalid'H Llluc Toilet AVntcr, ,f l.'.'O
Pulmollvo Hon;), i for 20o
Kcotrhtonq Bop, 3 for ...... 25o
JiTRcn'ti llnth Tatilots, 3 for ,.2Ro
JorKtin'n Vlolot fllycnrlnn, ... 10a
JrrKnn's Almond Cocoa Oil..., lUo
JnrKfti'n Kln: Cnatllc. 3 for. 25o
Klrk'i Jiut Itonc, 3 for 23o
Jilrk'n ccoa Jlordwater Cas
tile, 3 for , 250
I.ur, B for -,. , , . 60o
All Rompers and Creepers at 20 Per Cent Off
Saturday the Forty-second Day of the Reduction of 20 Per Cent
on These Lines
20 off on all Silks, Woolens, Linings, Oiiighnnis and Percales. Oiilings nnd all Wash C-oods, Rlan
kt',;sV.(!',n,ir oriA ,l.0SK!,'y every hind, Women's Suits. Women's Coals. Furs. Show; for Women
and Children, Outing Gowns, Children's Gingham Dresses and Women's IJoti.su Dresses and Aprons
"Ion Ton" Corsets,
Rack Lace models for
slender, medium nnd
Made of excellent final
ity Rink Rrocadc.
Corset Section Third Moor
Mmbr of the TiiWn i.n Winn At.orUtlon
TUE CHRISTMAS STORE OF TUI.SA
The Wash Goods 11
Offers Hxcoptionnl Opporlunitica
lo Save. Everything at 20 Off
und these Extra Specials:
Good Ginghams, yard. . . . 20c
I'ine I'crcnhs, yard. .. 2Dc
Nu-Voguc Cloth, yard...;.. G9c
Ouling Flannel, ynrd 29c
Japanese Crepe, plain nnd fancy
Vnli fiood Section Main rioor
We still have a good
nt the sale prices of
531.75, S1D.7i", $71.75