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TULSA DAILY WOULD, MONDAY, JANUARY 17, 1921.
HOLDS HER LIFE UP AS WARNING Clara Smith Asks Girls 10 Heed moral uesauu That It Teaches SHE SEEKSQUIET NOW tfjnts to Get Out of Lime light and Be Normal, She Tells Mildred Morris By MILDRED MORRIS. mtrMtlMiat corrattiondtncf. r,.,rliM Vallnnsl Nawapaptr BorviM. inn.MuKK. Okla., Jatirl. In an exclusive Interview today, tho ,lrat riun tlnco her return from Mexico, Clara Smith Hamon bade glrla to like a moral lesson from hor life. The young woman, who will soon (Va J"' rl'o'S1?11 wltn tno murder LgJako I.. Hamon, Oklahoma ' oil Krc ami republican national coin- mttttcman, sniu mm cmuuon, n i hid my lift-1" llvo ovcr n"a,n 1 would m.irry young and aettln down in a little homo with husband and kaMcs. A girl In ft fool who In das jlfd by tin clamour of good times ind motifV If defies thn con ventions of society, she must ay tho wire ami It 1" cruo price an 1 can iretlfy from bitter experience. To jf the moral law laid down by ocjety l llk0 nutting ones head t-ilnst a stone wall. It brine noth ing but sorrow. There, arc many horns In a llfo of rose and tho Klrl who l wise will choose tho llfo, com mon plarc an It may be, that glveH h protection or a nnmn una a man wVi loves and respects her." hc "I"' added, pathetically: Consumed Iljr Ijovc. "My only aln was to love, as to mMt women, love to me was every thing. The lovo I felt wan like o conumlng fire. It moved me like in Irrnlstable force, It mado me en dure things that brought revulslono ft It crew stronger with yesu. "It was love t tell you," she said rauteiMtcly, "such n lovo ran not fxp.illneil nor con you explain riiuwlf when you feel such love. The average woman, perhaps does r.ot understand. The average woman bill In love when bIic is young and nurrles tho man. She can't under und tills love that mnde me a help less pawn In tho came of life. Iet i-d one envy me tho life I led It wan not the life I had dreamed. Other jromen'havc many Interest;. All my Interests were bound tip In the. man I loved ami now well now I am wrlnr the price and all I want now." he continued, "la to forget, to bo let nlonf. I want to bo able to appear In public again without people look Ing at me an If I were somn strange nl horrible nnlrnnl. I want to get from this newspaper notrlety. 1 rant quiet and peace. I havo not ht dthetn In the bint ten ycara and now I yearn for them above every htne. 1 want to begin life anew and to something worth while. I can't M!"c It In too late. I know It lin't. I am young yet and perhaps." added ulstfullv, Ul can fulfill the Jreams 1 onco had." Doesn't Want Vcngcnnoo. She would not discus her case r the man with whose murder sho n charsed, but sho made clear she hu no desire for vengeance. "I do not want' others to suffer. I have ho drslro to defame anyone." 'he said, ".VII I want now ,ls to bo fre, to forget thin terrible thine, uid all I auk Is to bo let alone. I haie lifon pictured no n womnn who rsn(cd inonev, I am not concerned bout any will. 1 nm not thinking limit money. My only coiyern now 3 my fieedom nnd future." M (tho talked, tho accused woman it In tho ror.y living room of her iWc'h honie In Wilson, an oil settle ment iWr Ardmore. Hhc presented s attractive, appealing figure In tier simple black, frock Her dark Mr was simply dressed. Her face ihoweil the strain of tho ordeal rtloh sin) has undergone. There nothing to suggest tho light hearted, Ray orentnro she, has been pictured. One Is Immediately Im pressed by her Intelligence and poise. It you were character-Indexing J'ljra Smith Hamon you would cata- ' ner in your mind as a Klrl or wit and thoroughly capable. After 'liking to her It Is not difficult to Micro the torlcn told In A rd ill ore if how she helped Jako Hamon. It 'i sa'd that tho shrewd ndvlco given f this girl was largely responsible tor the millions: nnd powor attained IfJ-the nil king. In ,'rdmoro they believe In Clara K'Mth Ramon. They bellcvo she has "it charneler to "iln Honictblns 1li lille." nnd np one doubts her "ncerltv when he says that sho Is on with the kind of life, which to -Volo "0ntj, Ipn,H ( Horro.," I'ublle sympathy Is for her be um those who know her atury feel w "is "iiiiKl the price," Close-up Sidelights From State Legislature's Halls By C. W. B.. HINDS WATERWORKS PLANS SHRINK ilalr IntercMs Declined to Knler , , 1 'i'irn t for Water. ftell tiTh World. IN TV. .Inn. 1 fiTnlr.n.l nf ts. I wins MCn.OOO In bonds tho city of iinlu . vlll lwue onlv "ri non f- I'riTUtl llntlin n l.t itnm anil filtrntlnn plant on Kittle Cnbln fwK northeast of the city. Tho re- nuctlon In thn slzo of the plant was ""siuiieu iy me rnct ihat tho 8In inir refinery would not sign up a "ntrart In l.-ilin unlnr frnln 111,, rliv nl hirir.) the plant will bo built nry lurgu enough to nccommodate iw needs nf the city. proper, the rail 'I and other Industrial plants .1 in i. Tho plant can. however, bo on anted al any 'I line to meet the grow r needs of tl,H ,., U w proba 'le an iiuyti before tho actual on the construction of tho iJt.rw f'rk" P'nt starts, but In the LAan mo tho city Is saving money In I .P.1 "'e bond innrkxt la Imnivivlnff. nulldlng material and labor are 10 ""tain nnd ot reduced i r-ivvf, . Tin- !mit Onllel Kale mil ii.f,,.. ,.. , hiTui I'"--"!""' .run uu nines 1 0Vl7.il ' ,,U) K"'!ilefct In HO yeers pf Ithe.i. merchandising. vViilrh wa,""M,menta In the World this M m.l0UJ1ftn ,)uy ,' "r $J wor,h I r lftv l i, l f i in 11119 puiu. I union zi r P??P"? wanted. The 1H South Main fioNTINUCD molt I'AOB ONIJ. bcrs of the two legislative bodies. Allot her rmprOMcd I.lirnM'. Senator Jed Johson of Walters has Introduced a bill to compel nil who handle food lo procure a license, tho fco to bo 1, this fee going to tho one who makes thu In spection, Disney lroMiMii AprHllnto Court. Representative W. K. Di-niey of Muskogco ImB one of tho Important measures Introduced during tho sen. slon, In n provision for an appellate court, such court to bo divided Into two appelllato district, eastern and western. Tho eastern court, which is to sit at Muskogee, Is to have five appellate Judges, tho western dH trlct to sit at 'Oklahoma City, Is to have three, nil to bo uppulntcd by the governor, and the: Judtcl.il re muneration to be (i,000 per annum. This court vould hnvo Jurisdic tion over aH"nppeals from district and superior courts and such other cases hs would bu directed by the sumprcme court proper, tho consti tution fixing appeals from county courts to the supreme court. More Road "I'rnjetls." Representative Martin, Harris and Robertson have n bill, 83, in which the various boards of county commissioners are to stipulate, from 10 to 15 per cent of thu most traveled highways' of each county for pcrmameiit rond Improvement, to be designated as state roads, and It Is the purposn of tho measure to havo such rondways become the nu cleus of n state highway system. Constitutional Aini-iidim-ntn- M. M. Wilson of Chandler believes In amending tho Mate constitution, and already has two amendments before tho house committee. One proposes to ruUo the taxing power of tho stnto from 31 1-2 mills to GO mills, nnd tho other a graduated land tax, nn old legislative wanderer back after nn absence of four yeurs from Oklahoma legislative halls. This proposed graduated land tax gives 320 ncrrs as thn base, mid be-i..-....n tlml nniount nnd one suction, an additional tax of one mill on tho dollar shall bo levied; In excehrf of C40 acres and Including ., ncreu. the tax shnll bo two mills: In excess ,,f l.?xn nrro and including 1.920 ncres. the tax shall bo five mills; in excess of 1.920 and Including 2,IiR0 acres, the additional tux rhall b 10 mills; In excess or z,.ieo ami Ing 32,090 acres, the tax shall be 15 mills, nnd all additional to the Inst mentioned number of acres shall pay an additional tax of 20 mills., All who own In excess of 320 acres will havo to report tholr boili ngs to tho state aumioi. uoi.inniM f nnvi.rnmcnt will recall tho- former efforts to secure, a grad uated land tax. The present pro posed amendments, nrn more sweep Ing In their lecnpo than unythlng heretoforo offered, nnd tho proba bility of tlin- amendment being or fored to tho peopto for their ratltl rntlon Is somewhat remote. IHwtroy Corporation ComuiK'.lon. Representatives I, U Harris of Olilnhnmil nnd Ualley V.. Rell of Tulsa arn Joint authors of a bill which would practically abolish the state corporation commission, giving tlio rain miiKinK iiwi- sensed bythe commission to the district courts. Tho corporation commission, is established by the constitution, but' certa n uuthorlty was delegated to the legislature to change Its authority and on th h the two ambitious young legislators have based their mil. 1117 -.. 1 Un.ilnn in to 31 Inclusive of article nine, which Is authorized by tho organic law. . Tholr measure Is sonlnwhat dif--fcrcnt !rom that offered by C. H. Licedy of tho aclinic, oui is nn'"- iiw. inn hnrnl to the cnmmls- Nton. and Is somewhat In accordance with the views of tho governor who has stated that J ho commission has outlived Its usefulness. A companion bill provides that the oil and gas conservation depart ment of the corporation commission shall bo transferred back to the state mlno Inspector as provided In the constitution. Notwithstanding mo mnde concerning inn acuons ui lip oid commission, leadcrH of both house and senate predlrt that the Harris-Rell measure wm -'." nuss muster of the committee which will consider it. ' Unrctli in .aiimhi. i ..iiivn iinlnh Hardin of Norman started the initial nppropil atlon measures when ho Introduced four house bins carryum i prlatlons for the University hospital of I347.094. whleh Indudo a com. fortablo deficiency S" new consirucuuii. be expected to bo tied a measure looking toward an addition to pro- Vide for soldiers quarters hh prr tacit agreement wun a V""' . T. the American legion and certain leg islators who believe In tho necessity of a hospital but opposed to tlio 000,000 hospital program. Ilaino l-ay ir im"."" , iinn.n mil 7r, liv Kecnan of r.'ililo- quah, Harry Jemrngs or v aroiuine nnd 'nisne of Muskogeo Increases the salaries of district and auporlor court Judges from. 13.000 to 15,000 per annum. ,-, A similar ran but went down before tho opposi tion of Governor jtooensoii. . i.ni tn n.niwl tllA laws of 1919 and to approprlHto $2S3,000 for aid of rurat whonls bears the names of almost a sufficient number nf house inenibers in carry n uwi that body. The names 01 ine an V ar" I'ratt. Itoff, (Jrlbbons, I'urccll, Neeley, Splro. Jones, Tlsho. o alnwrigui, ranion, Mollis. Reforo being an w .M,mt', unapter 2 of til 9 Howdun laws am toie re pealed. A similar bill is pond.ng In the senate. ICII Would Ro. t House Rill 7S by Adndro of Ollton establishes nn athletto commission of ttireo members, appolntcil by tho governor, and tho secretary Is to re ceive a salary of .12.400 per annum. It In a replica of the New "iork box ing law and purports to carry the athletic indulgcnco to a higher de. greo than now authorlred by the Oklahoma law. . ,. . A companion bill to ir-eslabllsh honte racing without permitting gambling on the ponies Is to bo hi .roductd at sins Ion and the two measures are nulto likely to reeolve the Mimo consldetatlon as havu been given wimllifr past attempts. Talng Kor Health. llouso bill 79 is a tax for hea th. It wa. introduced by Harris. Jerkins, Jtobctvon. Okluhomu City, Ueck, jefferstn. and Wlsmeyor. ralrfax of tho house, and Morton. Duncan, and Hensjey, Kl Reno of tho senate. It authorizes a mill tax by counties for tho support of tho county health of ficer nnd provides for nn annual health meeting at the cnpltol. IJIvc Money to Htnto. In lloiisij hill 97 Reck of Jeffer son would provide that money on deposit In banks and unclaimed shall revert to the stnte; banks are to publish 11 list of such unclaimed deposits In January of ach year, tho reversion to tho state occurring one year thereafter. Mcx-rute llrnlty Dealers, Senator Morton has Introduced a bill to license realty dealers nnd brokere and It provides certain pen. ultles for tho violations of tho act. Would Curtail Uownior. KM Admire has Introduced a bill In tho house providing that tho cor porallon commission may, appoint without gubernatorial 'approval tho oil and gas conservation officer. Tho present nppolntlvo power Is lodged with tho eommlsilon but tho appointed must first bo approved by the governor. Tho Introduction of the amendment caused it mild sen sation and was uccepted as tho first effort to cut down tho prevent au thority of tho governor to override tho power of olectlve state officials to chooso their own assistants. ' Text Rook. Cnrtwrlght of tho scnalo and Oormnn of the house havo twin bills to keep the free text book measure going both ways. R Is an ambitious measure, carrying an ap propriation of J2r.0,000 for the es tablishment of a state printing plant, providing for the free books, etc. It has been otherwise men tioned In Tho World columns. Ill ettt Sinking Fund. TwHjvo senators Joined Mel'herren nf Durant In Senate lllll (16 which provides Investing Oklahoma sinking funds In rond bonds. It carries the emergency and Is the foundation for the good roads statute which can not be carried out at the present bond prices. A f6,500.00 gooil roads measure w-as previously Introduced by Mc I'norren who was Joined by several other senators. These two senate bills nrn dis tinctively Htnto administration meas ures and aro thn directing points whero tho road bond proposals aro 10 an meet for uio rinul days of tho present administration. Amend Rrerlnct a. Senator Homer of Okmulgee has LAX BOOZE LAWS LETS DOWN BARS Judge Holds Volstead Act Supercedes All Other Liquor Laws Ppscl.il to The World. MUHKOORK.. Jan. K. The, Vol tftcufl national prohibition law Is let ting down tho bars to bootteggors, Hnuor-runners and moonshlnem In eastetn Oklahoma formerly tho field of terror for theso violators ot the law, "Taking the teeth out of prohi bition enforcement" Is the way tile old officers are talking of tho now law with Its light fines nnd lighter HontcliccH. And, to mako matters woino, the old Indian enfotcemeiit mensuti. drastic In Ihelr penalties, may bo stricken from the records entirely. Judgo David 1'. Dyer, now holding criminal term here, opined in court thnt thn national prohibition men sure (Volstend law) superseded all other laws. He even went i far as to iut the ban on Indictments under the old lawn But United Staten nttorneys are going steadily forward on the sume old plan of using thn Hactlngs amendment, tho Introducing measure nnd tho selling to Indians law, de pending nn ' tho regular district Judge, Robert ,. Willlamn, to back them up In Its enforcement. Rut It's n question as to Just how Htroug Judge Williams Is for tho oh. InwV. And Its morn a question as to how strong tho old laws will be when tested In appelate courta Ttvtlng Hastings Amendment. Ono of the Hastings amendment cases now la being tested, nnd .ither l.'iuii will bo put over tho route s.ion, It Is said. Then attorneys' will kpow where they stand In prosecuting tho liquor men. Hut even at that most of tho new canes are being put under thn Vol stead not, nnd the now art doeni t bring much punishment to the of fender particularly It the Judlso Is Inclined to bo merciful. In recent cases trl;l In federal court, thu flues Imposed on I hose found guilty aro lewi than tlio costs or. 1110 rasu, rino iiimi w.11 fined i.)0 niter Capital Citu Tailor Emulates Lottcru of Tulsa Establishment OKLAHOMA CITY, Jan Hi -A tempoiary restraining, order was giant ed hero today by IMstilet Judge James t. Rhelps, prohibit Ingtho proprietor of the Hcoteh Tailors, a clothing concern, from operating their business pending a hearing of a complaint charg ing th company with violating the HtaTrt lottery laws. It Is al leged the company has violated the law by the formation of "suit clubV members of which paid weekly amounts for tho privilege of participating In drawings for suits. ' ROAD TO NEW OIL CAMP (Vmplcllnn of Idnk Will Oinncct I'NMliushM Willi nnrtlcmlllc Hpeclnl to Tht World. I'AWHl'MKA, Jan, 16. Pnwhus- ka will soon havo a passable outlet to the steadllv griiwlng oil camp In township 27-10, adjoining tho Hart lesvlllo road ml a direct thorough fare between these two titles will soon be completed. Osage county has expended thousands of dollars In this project nnd llartlcxvllin re cently contributed $25,0uu to work the road rrom that end. Thn connecting but missing link wo a a bridge spanning llrldgn creek for thn construction of which no provision was made In the Osng county budget. Thn rawhunkn commercial club has appointed a committee with Instruction to de vice means for financing and chn strucllug this bridge, which will cost about 15.000. a trial nnd rotnt ri.nl nver 13011 li ' mm ll i. Introduced nn amendatory act ro- caao with a JL'OO flno cost over 1400. 1r.1l.1OiH, uulnl.tUV.M..., f .,,.41. , I , . 1 . . ... . . . . . inn national prolillitllon gui-dlOH establishment of voting .pro- einets. Tho present law requires .hat whenever moro than 200 votes arc cast In a city precinct, new pro. ducts shall bo created, often caus ing confusion. Tho amendment pro vldes thnt division shall not lin man. dfitory under 400 votes. Rutherford leads. Senator Rutherford of Muskogee appeared aa tho admlnlsctratlon leader In a jolujt resolution asking tho supremo ourt to determine the validity of the state board of equal ization's tux low for the fiscal vear ending June 30, 1921. tills 1h In conformity with clov. ernor Robertson's request of tho legislature not to nullify the act of the board, but to allow tho high court to pahs upon Its. validity. ino (iiuerenen ilea in 1110 fact, thnt the opponents of tho levy be- novo tno uoara nau tho light to levy tho tax and It Is therefore valid. but nevertheless unnecessary. U Is to bo ono of thn big contentions to Oi'nn before the senate. More Trouble. Hard unon tho heels nf thn Rutherford resolution ramo a favor. ablo committee report on the Wal- lace-r icming Dill 10 appropriate II, 600,000 of thn present surplus now hi the treaayry for taking up bonds ind warrants issued by the state. lJUs Is a snfetv flrxt measure, ties- 'Ined to prevent Wild expenditures and based on tho theory that such minus rail now nn secured rjciow par. It han to travel through thn appropriation committee, headed In thn senate by Davidson of Tulsa. idmtnlstrntlNiii leader. It Ik wet'. knfiwn that the present administra tion policy Is not to reduce Indebted ness, nut really to increase It with bond Isuucs If possible. All Rowcrrul. R. H. Matthews of McAIestcr. chairman of the Investigating com mittee, secured tho passage ot a res olution glvlpg conunlttco plenary nower 10 examine witnesses and brlnir such records beforo It ns Is deemed proper to secure tho In- formation desired. The resolution was passed with out comment, although It gives to Ho Investigators all authority to ex unlne public and private records If It deems such necessary for thn proper Investigation of tho Judiciary and executive, departments1 of gov ernment. Will r.xamlne Denririiclcw. Already the bills to provide for deficiency payments nro leaking Into the legislative, hppper. Tho majority of them are fur tho twhools ind eelemosynary Institutions, and tho big list from tlio stutchousnr Is vet to appear. Ordinarily (hone matters aro left until toward thn closo of a leglttlatlve session, but bo causo thern hns been so much dis cussion concerning this year's defl tlencles, many of the bills ivlll have to puss a severe scrutiny, anil there Is a well defined determination In certain legislative clrckn to mako war against allowance of many of these claims. Under law, IJiere Is no minimum for selling or manufacturing Intoxicating liquor. The offender may get off with a 5 tine. Under thn old laws, tho minimum ,wn 60 day and $100 flno and tho detennant must go to Jail iinui line and posts nrn paid. hum tip 10 1 no IllUg.O For Introducing Into Indian terrt tory, tho old penalty was from 30 days up to flvo years Imprisonment For Helling to Indians It was 60 days ami 1100 up to anything tho judgo wanted tn impose, Now there Is tin minimum for soil Ing or possession except on second offense, when tho leant penalty lei a monwi 111 tan and xzno line. For distilling tho old penalty was rrom so days up tn two years with corresponding unea. Now tho moon shiner can bo fined $1 nnd lot go, Six months and $1,000 fine U tho maximum ror flrat offenders. Old-time officers who operated In tho old days of stnto prohibition fcro plainly discouraged. Not only 'are they illtKippoltitcd In Dm new na tional prohibition law, but they nm dlrtippolnted In tho workings of tho court that nllows the. pffendem from s x months to two years to pay their fines. HEAD COMMUNITY- ' '""S I IL-niS UUmiTIUMI I I ,j,,uin.j. S nnd according to r INSTITUTE WORK Chicago Man Engaged to Act as Advisor lo Fann ers and Merchants Nppelnl to Ttie WiiiM NORMAN, Jan. I fi. llecauso of iloptossod financial conditions exist ing throughout thu stnto the t'nlver slty of Oklahoma community insti tute has Just secured the qrrvicisj of W, it. 1 .1 11 (1 1 1 11 1 it 1 , Chicago, who will act its business iidvlnor to uld mer chants, fnrmets and other buslnem men In tho Id communities thnt thu Institute will lslt, ncconllug to Hurry It MoKeeii. dlreclni. The fh st of the tli Institutes will open Wednesday night. Jnnu.irv 19, al ''ordell, lasting mull ilatillday. After receiving many teports from various; representatives that hntn v'slted communities in nit sections of tho state. Director M ICeeji de cided that thu greatest need among 11 1 1 business circles of Okla homa at tho prcsdit t (111 it was for nn cvpciicni'cd business advisor, Iln had known of Mr. l.llidhiHm's sue cost In other stales la aiding busi ness men and Iminedlatelv ct nliiiul tn secure his sol vices fur thn K! Oklahoma communities. A wlro from Chicago this week nsiurod Di rector McKccn that IJudholm would bu ablo tn Hovel from community to community throughout tho statu luring tlio next two months with the University of Oklahoma com munity Institute team Itepresentntlves of the state Unl- TcnclicrM Meet In February. OKLAHOMA CITV, Jan. 15. Tho annual eonvimtlon of teacheis of. thu Oklahoma Kducntlonnl assu clatlop will meet hero February 10, 11 nnd 12, according to notices which havo been sent out hy M. A, Nash, secretary of tho organization, Oovernor Robertson will bo nmoiifl the principal speakers. Instructors fiom all parts nf thu statu aro ex pected to attend thu convention, at which time 11 diversified program of entertainment and Instruction will bu rendered MARRIES GIRL TO ACT AS PROTECTOR I'litt Weyman, In his lovo for Josephine Adnro and his exalted faith In hor, accepted her an hln wife In name only, going through n marriage ceremony In order that hn might be with her and guaid her ugalnH tho dangers by which she was threatened. Sho had told htm that a secret she might not (Unclose to lilni preventcdyhor from becoming really his wife. The story li told In "Clod's Coun try and tho Womnn," by James Oliver Curwood, visualized by Vita graph, with William Duncan In the rolu of Philip, This picture Is shew ing at thu Lyrlo theutcr today nnd tomorrow, Advt. Restaurant Equipment Sale. Dishes, Linen, Tables, Chairs, Carpet and Heavy Kitchen Equipment. Twenty to Forty Per Cent Off Wholesale Price 9 to 12 A. M 1 to 5 P. M. Lon Stansbery Bldg. 510 South Main Notice to Water Consumers DISTRICT NO. 2, the 18th is thu last day for payment; if not paid a 10 per cent penalty and turn-off charge will be added to your bill. c. syounkman Commissioner. SMITH BROTHERS S.B. ICOUGH DROPS "" Put ono in your mouth at bedtime " huvu Hlnco repot In receivid rrom tlieni by Director .Mo Keen, especially this week, tho com munity Institute Mia with tis follow-up plan, has hoi n received en thusiastically in many lommunltlcs in (ikltihnma- The mat I'nlvirslly of Oklahoma community Institute corim of work 'is, who will start Ihelr worn at Cordcll Wcilmsd.iy night, will In clnde.Dlrector McKccn, ovOovornnr M. O. Hrunhrnngh, rommuulty o pcrt; 11. II, Twitohell, cnmmuriltv slnglng-reen ntloti expert) M's Mabel K. .Smith, community iiulso and school child wolfnie worker, W. II. Idndliolm, business advisor; Dr Anna 1,. Ilrown fiom tlio biiieau of social service of the V. W, C. A , and Mrs, Ola l.ightmr Kmst, prisl dent of the Oklahoma Federation ot Musto chilis. Oklahoma communities that have complete arrangements: for tho l!3t I'nlvcrslty of Oklahoma community insthiltn Incltido Cordell, Frederick, Kl Reno, Uuthrle. Rl.ickwell, 8.1 pulpa', Hetiryettn, Wagoner, McAlca. tcr uftd Nowata, Authorize .limlor Clubs, HTII.I.WATKR, .lull. If..- -ThlOA chin trrs for Junior demonstration clubs In Kingfisher county, con ducted under tho direction of tlio Oklahoma Agilcultural nnd Mo t hniilciil college, have recently been granted. Tho first charter wns Is sued to District 10, for a club of M mcmlU'i's; thu second to thu city of 'Kingfisher1, with 20 members, ami thu third to District 7, With II members. To I'retciit dulls Tnko OROVK'H TAHTI.KSS CHIUi TOJJIC l' destroy tha Malarial (lonns In thu blood and thus pre vent chills, TRi -Advt. Has a Cold, Cough. Croup- KYA.,- rWAA "70U CAN'T BEAR to see your IOUT vnilQ T luby itrnndlini! nnil MrutfUlin ...s.i. 1.1 l:u r- wun croup, fir 1111 uiucr cuuu in the paroxysms of whooping cough, or luflrrinA with adlitreiilriAcouh IhtUtraint nnd tncki the whole body- ni a so-called "common told" olten don. Neither em rntrlulmotlictliesr tn give n child a medicine which ihe frnri my contain morphine, chloro bum or other harmful i!ni(;. Koitunately, the problem l itilvrd lor inch niolhem by Foley's Honey and Tar j ' COMPOUND It U just what children audht to have (or feverish colds, coutflia. "inuf fie," nnd ihiittightwhcczinjlbrcnth- Inf. It ilopi croup, loo. It ease and check whooping ci infill, measles cough and bron chlol coufihi, Gr.tcM Father Tolls What It DI4 W, K. Curry, 1:10 Dp Oh St., E,n,ll!,. InJ.. ,iui "I titvt ImU ilrl ll ! wlia hit toi d.tl t( troubls wllh cioiip. I hiviiuiftd Folty'llny ind Tar C.irpoin.d, nivlni II lo li r f cotdln( la Ulrcilon, ini bttinlrif Inilant rtlll for hr. My wiU ni I ut it fhnvtr bullirrM nlh b$i old oreough, and I wilt aay that II la Iht baat tatnadylor had cold, caufa, tbioat lnwbla or iau thai I avar nw." Tarcnli who uia i'olcy'i Honey tod Tir know il li isle and no barm will come even II an overdote thotild be Slven by accident. Il Ultra food atid children like ll. ll won't upset the delicate tlotnacbi ol youaf cMUlraa, dallcala partem or tldcily people, - soi.n Kvr.nvwHKmt mm i,i &gfsk Hl'.fl MUHlHlSfllr.il Home-full of comfort ' with Hot Water Heat No more ahivsra and cold in drafty, unevenly heated roocatl Freedom from drudcery of otdtiae heating devicw ciraa oae laitsjra to be enjoyed in the genial warmth of I DEAL-Areola heat. INSTALL an lDEAL-Arcola Heating Outfit in your home and enjoy a lifetime of comfort at the lowest cost per year! Besides a great fuel' saving that results from heating all rooms with the one small ire in the IDEAL-Arcola you get cleanliness, ease of oper ation, safety and a home-full of comfort all the time day and night. The IDEAL-Arcola heats the room in which it is placed and circulates Hot Water through small pipes to AMERICAN Radiators in the adjoining rooms. Bums hard or soft coal and will outlast the building. Hot Water Heat is universally used for heating Greenhouses delicate vegetation thrives on it. Hot Water Heat 13 therefore the best for human beings. The IDEAL-Arcola makes Hot Water Heat available to owners of modest homes. Settle your heating problem now, for all time, by installing an IDEAL-Arcola Heating Outfit. Put in at any time without disturbance. Get an estimate. The low cost will appeal to you. 1 aaaaaaaaaaaalaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaalaaalaaak .aaaaiBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaaBBBaaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaaaBBBBaaa. Sbowt location of IDEAL-Areola and AMERICAN KadlaUrfa la adjoining nwait The genial Comfort and Health Protection enjoyed by the First Home of the Land it now available for the Cottage Owner. Simple Kay of heating a S-room cellarless cot tage by IDEAL-Arcola Healing Outfit, Ask for catalog (free) showing open views of heating layouts of 4; 5-, 6-, and 7-room cottages, stores, shots, offices, stations, schools, mov ies,garages,banks,etc. Sold ready for imme diate installation. Sold by all dealer No esclutive agents American Radiator iRoj.pany Phone or write us at 1230 Walnut Sticet Kansas City, Mo. Public Bhoarroomt at Chicao, New Voti, Ikntor, Sprlinfltld, Portland, Provtdme, Worcntrr, Philadelphia, Hani.burc. Newark, Readlna . WUbciharrc. Baltlmorr. Waahincton. Richmond, Norfolk. AlbanyrOyratuw, Kocbeitn. liuffalo, Putiburih. CIevtlii.il, Detroit, Grand Rapids, Indianapolle. Cincinnati, Columbui, w ar a . . i. .ll. a-h I . a . I . t , ' . I . a - - .. 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