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TULSA DAILY WOULD, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1021
ALL OF TROPHIES
STAY IN COUNTY
Many Out-of-County Ex
hibits Fail to Beat the
$300 WAS SUBSCRIBED
Twito as Much Shown in Ench
Department as Last
, , . Tht Wf rid.
I MI1'8KA, Kl-pt. 22. Tho 8U-
! cr (isago county nreciin vi
k over outside exhibits was
shown at Uia Osnge county
, : when the local herds took
. ribbons anil fancy premiums
the Ions, list of out-of-dato
who brought their
.tock to Fawhuskn.
!cr t" encourage outside
' ,n. tho business men of
ka subscribed to n. futul of
t ., sjlvcr tropnies nnd catin
for out-of-stato owners
- f ( ,. j H its, wno migiu win over
Omp ' unty iTectlf, tho stuto law
vili ; 'r 8urM contests'. A
Xl'ift hi "it premiums wcro ills
,iln. I i-ut not ii single trophy left
tho un,'. notwithstanding 20 heart
cf mi'Milo thoroughbreds entered
into inpetltlon. Thcro wcro twlco
r,i marv exhibits In oven' depart
nt . f th fair this year as In any
Lenine's Red Army Parades at
Ancient Stronghold of Czarism
MnltrH S12,fMK) Monil.
ADA -Krank McCllntock, who
v.lth thrcu other men ha been in
Jill In re slnco May charged with
this murder of Cleurga Martin of
Tloff, was granted ball Wednesday
in ti c BUni of Jl'2,'000, which lio
IMnn living ITollc.
AUnMOHE CJItlzcns of Ardmoro
As planning a flying frolic to bo
.jiM in this city Sunday, October
f! for tho purposo of raisins funds
Vita which a municipal 'hangar will
Cnpturcd I'ugltlvo liurt,
PAVHUSlCA--Thrco of tho nine
nrlBoners who escaped from tho
rmintv iall hre- Hundav ha.il bcon
recaptured "Wednesday. Ono of tho
men Is said to bo in ft serious con
Ultlon from infection In wounds
mado when ho was drawn through
the hole cut In tho roof to effect
ncinolli Slm.iv Hats.
WiLSON A sang of CO rowdlea
paraued tho main street hero wea.
ncsday and destroyed every straw
hat they could find. No tirrcsta wcro
made, although tho nets of vandal
iem wero unlawful, but everybody
took It In a good humor.
Alleged Slajor In .Tall.
OKLAHOMA CITY. E. C. Ma
eon, arrested at Watirlka In connec
tion with tho killing at Duncan last
week of Den Colempn, has been
brought hero and pladert in tho city
Jail, lie was first "alien ui uuncan,
transferred to El Jteno, and then
Two .Ttidirna on Iloncll.
M'AM'.HTKH Tho fall term of
district court opened hero Wcdnes
dav mornlmr with two Judges on
hand Guy y, Nelson has been as
signed to assist Harvo L. Melton in
handling tho crowded docket.
BIDS ARE NOT
Leavenworth- Finn Suc
cessful in Giving Low
Hod wilillors tin lvirailo under Uic mhIIh of llio Kri-mlln In Moscow. Tho Kroinlln Is on tho right. At Ota left
JU'd workmen nro repairing tho iiitliiilnil nf St, llusll. Inset, nNm liitllcnN-s that tli roferenco to llu(
"long luilriil men und short linlrcil women" is t-orrucu It uliims tK-8 at tlio Third luter-
march and tho doclrlno of
world communism Is discussed with
out fear of Cossm ks. ThU cllmnso
stronghold of Czar Nicholas and his j Moscow was taken recently while
prcdccetwo3, tho troops of Lenlno I tho red troops wero on parado be-
Under tho nhndow of tho Kromlln 1 now"
In Moscow, which onco was tho
commission to ropeal nn order al
lowing higher electric light nnd
power rates horn, l'ucl rules and
employe salarlos havo been re
duced, is thu basis for tho city's
Nrgni Uu nil Schools.
it Aiiu.MUiirr uoniracia mr
F hitllHInn, nf twn niffrn firhooljl In
Carter county wero awarded during
the week by county commissioners.
Kar'j of tho Hchools Is to have hh
industrial department. Ucncflts
from tho Julius Itosenwald fund are
available for tho buildings.
lUwa Itouto Marked.
AUDJJltn. Local automobile
men havo marked tho routo of tho
Ardmoro to Oklahoma City road
raco which will bo conducted dur
ing tho latter part of tho week.
I'laccs on tho routo Include Sul
phur, Davis, Wynncwbod, rauls
Valley, I'aoll, Wayne, rurcell, Lex
ington, Noblo and Norman. ltlgt-of-wny
will 'be provided In each
place to avoid delays and accidents.
rionrrr Ilcmtrlrv IlurniNl.
nAltTLKSVILLK- With tho de
struction by flro Monday of tho
Hlght Why hotel hero ono of tho
early day landmarks of tho city has
passed. Many a memorable oU deal
has beon transacted In Its lobby.
Sunday School Convention.
8p--la! to Tho World,
jiAtiTL,tiaviJwiji,, rsepi, 2.. iii
Washington county Sunday school
convention will be held In Ilartles
vllle, Friday. September 30. The
sessions will bo at tho rirst Pres
byterian church, tho first starting
at 9:30 o'clock a. m., tho Hecond
at 2 o'clock p. :n. and tho third at
7:30 o'clock, p. m. The stato sec
retary, Mr. Nichols, and wife, will bo
present and will lean many oi mo
HOLDUPS ON THE BRAIN
foro thn Kremlin during tho Third
Internationale in Mosiow The up
per phnto given an idea of the types 'The public Is condlully Invited to all
of delegates fit the ied congress. Temple servlees and rlnises.
FlpMlol i" Th vcia.
lWWItl'UKA. "em. :2.-Th
awarding of the contract for tho
imvliiK of district Nn i hits not
been made, owln to thn nbrwnro nf
two of the clly rommlsslnnem. Th
"liiiilon-Anitnernisn cnintiiiny ut
Wlehlla and lHVnin'th. Knn. Is
reported In be the lowest Mddr
for the work, hut thn amount of ll
Hid will not lie unnoiineeil until tin
eon! ran is let This la tint sanio
eoiiiinny whlrh l puvlnir illatrKl No,
to Ht n cost of $l7.OOl(.
The new dlslilit III Include five
Mocks on lriindvlew avenue, facing
the gnleriilnent resell c and OS''
aeucy from SlJtlli ft mpelh
streets, tlien five blocks east nn
'Ulevcnlh rtrcel to linn avenue,
with Intersecting rtieeis betwexil
Tenth ttnd Kleventh streets. The.
pitvlng will" lie of ixsphiilllc ciiin reto
PLEADS FOR DAIRY CATTLE
Ailll-M- rnrnicix Tlmt 'I'lmj I'nuldc
Sternly liicoinc nn ninn.
HTILl.WATKIl. "ept. J2- Mor
dairy cullle should be ralTed by tile
Oklahoma farmers, ln huso Ihev
provldii a cnlriforlnble chkIi tneiitue
which Is steady, according to A. C
liner, prnfcssnr of dallying at the
Oklalioiim A. and M. mllege at Htlll
water. "No land owner should hesltnto
to furnish his tenant with ins un
der in rangements whli h bis tenant
will obtain nil or part of the In
come from this slock, us there U no
easier way lo keep the runner on
thn fnrni." liner awld.
Author of .Mil ii) llookH.
Dr. Kdward Lulgh Tell, tho pop
ular lectuier and author, will speak
at the l-'lrst lluptlsl hurch Hiindiiy
morning. Doctor Pell has written
n number of bonkH on Hiinilay si bool
work nnd other religious niilijects,
and his coming here will bo a treat
to in miy.
TciiiiiIo-Itik I Kcnliva.
At the regular Hnblmth evening
services of Temple Israel. Kourteeiith
anil Cheyenne, tonight at H o'clock.
Habbl I Ml will siieak on "The Prob
lem of ronstructlie Help." The
choir will slug lb" Hnbliath music.
"Show ,Mc" Girls on a
Hike From Kaunas City
to Pacific Coast Towns
KmIiI te The W. rM
PONCA CITY. Pepl. -Two
Missouri girls-- Misses Amu
Hurku of Hprlligfield and llunlin
.lenkln of Clillllcotlie - iirrlicd In
Ponciv Clly jesterdav on a hike
from Kansas Clly to Man Knin
ctsco and Ios Aiigole. They left
Kaunas City four weeks ago and
havo been taking It easy, i hey say.
They arc drcam-d alike In kh.ikl
blnusia and llreuchea and am
wearing high toppeil Kngllsh hoot a
and soinbieros. Kim iiirtles a
riinleen, the other a knapsack
They arc paying cxpeiiscn through
the sale nf photograph.
MADALYNNE'S CASE HIGHER
I'lcii for Her llclinr on Hull Is lit
Ho Ciirrtctl to .Siiircinr Comt.
I,OH ANOHI.KH, I'll I Hel 12.
Alilioiiiicement uns iiiudo Inilav that
i iilidnunled by tnn iinaueceaaful ef
1 forts In Inner notirls to have Mro.
iMadabunn Obrnibalti. Jointly In
illeteil wllh Altluir C. Ililnli for ths
Islajlng of J. llelion Kennedy, rs
; leased on ball pending tpr trial. At
torney Wiuren Wllllaina. chief of
!'t. i o'.iinsi l, will r.irry his fight to
I Urn California supreuln court.
I TIih defense contends Airs. Oben-
chiiln'a heolth M emtaiiKereil by Im
prisonment, also thai stale has failed
to produce material eildetu'o against
Australia bus hi gun ths erection
nf a foreot products laboratory with
a view lo Hie heller utilization of
Its vast timber iiremi.
I Oldtlim) Jail Is Sold.
JEPFERSON After being un
tnd for eight years, tho Jefferson
Jail, a relic of territorial days, nan
been sold at auction or (20.
Charter Vnrm Prevails.
PONCA CITY By ft voto of 898
to 575 In a social election Wednes
day citizens refused to repeal the
charter form of government. This
Is regarded as a victory lor tho
mayor and commissioners, and will
continue the city manager.
Sfnyor's Trial Monday.
WILSON Next Monday has beon
set for hearing the case of Mayor
Ieaae Itoberts and fhroo councllmen.
charged with mls.inpioprlatlon of
JSOf) city funds. Tho hearing will
ho before Justice W. D. Hutcher nt
Ardmoro. nnd a crcat many wit
neaseg have been. subDocnacd for
Two Jailed for Murder.
MUSKOGIJt:. Ernest Nash nnd
?Irs. Jim Works, both of Porum
havo been brought to tho county
jail here on a charco of murder.
Nah lg alleged to have sent his
who to Jirs. Worka for tho per
formance of nn illegal operation
una me samo resulted in tho aeatn
ot mother and child.
When llvervlKxly Slium.
AnDMOHE Mora than B.000
persons aasemblud at ono of tho
parks hero Tueadnv night to par
ti' Ipate In the third community
ing under the direction of tho
Philharmonic club. Campflro glrla
iook a feature part In tho event und
mai" quartet sang also.
Want lower IJelil Ilate.
M'ALESTKIt -City officials have
made appllratlon to the corporation
GROWING DEAF WITH
" roil tra rrowlng hril of hearing sail
t . rrh' I''ns or If you havs
"""nt' rumbling, hlulng noU In you
" " 10 your urutKlit nd set 1 ounco
It i I, J. '?0tt trnct!
Wti, pint et bot wtr and
HitH'.i?.",i0,,Jl htlc Quick relief frosi
' trli. r,"l"g he4 noliea. Closgeit noa
yi'a Ihould onn. h-,l.ln i..n.
il, and add to
a utile vranu
Falso IteiHirt of Hijacking of Dally
CUSHINO, Sept. 22. Somo ono
has played a practical Jolto on the
citizens of Drumrlght and Gushing,
but so far no actual harm has re
sulted, according to police officers
of both cities, who say that although
telophono calls havo been received
nightly from persons who say thoy
saw 10 to 30 motorists be
ing held up, no reports of money
stolen nor vlolcnco havo been made
to tho department.
A motorist recently reported that
ho had been told to halt, forced to
turn into a pasture, and that his
automobllo a ltd contents wcro care
fully examined by flashlight, but
that nothing was taken from him.
Ho said lie was told to drive on,
without being further molested al
though both tho "bandits hold revolvers.
Fragrant and UiLL
Made in Porto RJeo from
fine.1 nativa lesf. Nothing lika
them anywhero at the price.
lOe. 5c. 2 for 25c Trythm.
U-..! ,.r.lu atop dropping Into thai
ii i. ii '" '"r to prepare, coita little
thre.i V, M,nt to take. Anyone who la
VJVE'S w,,h Catarrhal Ileafne.a cr
"Vi" a'trnwAdiu0"14 ,b" pt0"
A mother's problem what
food gives back the energy
a child uses tip daily?
CHILDREN use up a tre
mendous amount of energy
every day. Every mother of a
healthy, sturdy youngster wUl
testify to this. Children need
richly nourishing food to supply
this energy, and also to supply
food for growth.
The solectlon of thin food fa
your most important duty. You
cannot give too much care to
this matter. Grapo-Nuta, tho
rich, wholesome cereal, made
from whole wheat flour and
malted barley, with milk or
cream, supplies very necessary
requirements for the growing
If you want to help your child
ren to bo rosy, sturdy, full of
vitality and vigor, give them
plenty of dclicioua Grape-Nuta,
crisp, sweet and satisfying
Go to your grocer today and
got a package of hcalth-buUdlng
Grape-Nuts. Give the young
sters this invigorating food with
milk or cream, and see how they
will thrive on it and grow strons,
robust and sturdy.
Grape-Nuts the Body Builder
"There's a Reason"
On, Main at Fourth-
"The finest clothes for
boys ever produced"
That sounds big doesn't it? Sounds like
we wore covering too much territory.
Nevertheless it's our honest opinion of
And it's the opinion of every parent who
has ever bought a Hart Schaffner &
Marx Suit for their boys. In the three sea
sons that we have sold these famous
clothes for boys, (and we have sold hun
dreds of them,) there has never been
one returned xto us with any complaint
about their not giving satisfactory
service, there is a reason for this
& Marx . .
suits for boys
are made of the . same honest
all woolen fabrics. The same
high grade hand tailoring and
the same quality of linings and
trimmings that go into the
The new fall suits
are read y
$32.50 to $39.50
"Every Suit with two Pairs Pants"
BIG CROP SWEET POTATOES
MiisKngco noil Colt (illioii lleort
l.iiiinen I'roiliM'llnii llgnrt.
MI'HKMUEK. Hepl Jl -Th-sweet
pntHtn rrop In tho vicinity of
Muskorifl this full will tout. SO.OOn
bushels It Is estimated by County
Agent .tnhn M. While. An Inspec
tion br 1. C. .Mooring of thn Okla
homa A. anil M. eollegn reveals t H
presence nf considerable blight
among the plant. Mooring has aug
gested Imssiirsa to trarllrntn tli
disease, line, nf Ills principal sug
gestion is that growers segregate
the land where blight ta dlsoovor-d
fur a period of one year, but utilise
It foi other agricultural purposes.
The Mid-West Krult company's
farm has an estimate,) production
,,f 16.IMMI bushel from UK acres.
Ifhlrtj -Mirer ni r of C. V. Nafrt'S
land In I tin llrliners dlstrlet give
promise, of mute l hull 7.000 bushels,
n, muting t tho rounly agent,
il'orter M. Ppauldlng produced
i IMA worth of sweet potatoes from
an ai re nnd a hall till year,
lbllirlit to dull I'lwkli'llt.
perlul l.i I ht- World. -
CI'HIIINU lpl. S3.- Mm. T!a
I'earann. i.liite president of thn fed
ernled lulis, wn the guest nf the
llvpnlhoi antt NsMonnt I l,.ngrspVllr
rlulis of this rl?y al a banquet glvm
In 11,'titrv hall Tuesday night Mrs
I'earson spnlto on the duties of In
dividual eluba in the federation and
the work of lint feilstntlnu In the
To eliminate, dual a new seml-ln-diiert
lighting (luturn Is enHrrly en
rlrweil, tile eoi'erlng of th bowl be
ing nf t'leiir glass.
Man Accused of Murder
Hattys Self in Prison
IIKM.KV It.l.K. Ill . H' pt
Th body of K. M. 1'itr. .
with the murder In KnM s
Hiptamber 3, of Mrs. Iltnma I'
was found .Ungllnu fr.im th-
x r ,t strap In Mm Jail ner-i I .J iv
I'Aie had rall"l in two pieon' ,
Ii .nils at sinrlile. I'acn IS all . ' d
'lo have shut Mrs. Vortner iuii"
oh" rrfiiM.il to Inn ii her hunbatul
and ein o iih him.
GRADUATES COMING BACK
Many Al, to littler C'IiIIimi'o l(ut
IIisiiii Is Taken ( p.
Hprri.l In i h.- Win 1,1
CIIIMM'l',(), Hent. IV-vr,, of
last sprh.es gruduitrs fr"U t'm
Chlliico Indian a, lend bivr ei
rolled again ihla rail for thr l
poss qf inking a. poi k i ndii'
enurse, woik that has lie. n idd"d o
the srhonl a program nm,a giadu
allon tlmr last Mprlng.
Indian boys snil glils ar still ask
ing lo be enrolled, altlmugit on Mr
opening day lh" enrnllmenf showd
that only Is morn were nrriii ,i to lm
at nil I i purity. Nmhlug llkn thn
number of ind.an ,uiii miplylng
has ever been known hefon,
1'iibllsli Mat of llrlliiiiirnls.
ri'HIUNii. 8ept. 22 The mfr
rhunlH nf this Itv are plnnnlng to
laiineh a pay up e.ttnuilgn hero the
I last week In September, one feat urn
of whlrh will be the advei Using for
snle of all ,lellniuenl v "Utlts.
Tulsa rndsrlaklng Co. ran savs
y hi on-hnlf, I'Iiuim (in go StlS
- These ore an en
nnd heavy weave,
very slight Im
very good value.
- All l.eM In these,
vests nf good
nro so slight e.x
to b hardly
Third l loor
Promptly at 8:30
A $3 Vnlno
Every Pail Guaranteed 20 Yearn
Viindevcr's aluminum wilca are noted for the
unusual values proHontcd. This offorino; la no '
exception in fact, it ia ono of the heat valuer,
wo have been able to Hecure. Many people
were disappointed Huburban day, by beiiiK
unable to ptirelwiHc these pnilH. Wc now have
n Block which wc believe to bo sufficient to
satisfy the demand, but wo urjrc early
They're a generous size of hard, pure alumi
num, highly polished, carefully finished and
guaranteed 20 yuars.
Be Here Early I
A New Fall Dro Glove Is
Decidedly U0 OQ
Special nt ........... t)uJtJJ
- A renl Prench kid dress glove,
twn-htilton length. ovflrwara
stylo. Color Innludn black, whlto,
brown, tan, und gray,
A Lot of Odd C-i OA
TheHo gloves nrn unusually good
values, being broken linen thoy
nro radically reduced for tiulek
selling; nil sires nnd practically
all colors in thn lot.
New Ouling FInnnels, Very
Good Vnlue, IP.
27-lnci widths; In new patterns
nnd now enliirlnga n very low
prlcn on this good quality.
New Ginghams in
Attractive Checks.., Ois
All new coloiliigM that nro very
pretty various slr.o checks This
is an oiit-of-tho-ordlnnry quality
ut tho prlcn.
Ncw'Shirling Madras QQ
Specially Priced... OiL
Rogular Price, $1.2S
Milk mill cotton shirting tnndrns,
.12 Inches wide, in various new
strlpii pattern and rolora of tin
usual beauty also solid colors,
Stamped Gowns, fJ-fl QQ
.RoRular Price, $3
Htnmped nn good quality batlsto,
designs ore very pretty nnd for
straight und lazy daisy nUtchus.
Sanitas Lunch (T-g QQ
Sets, Special. . . , tPJLaOt
Regular Price, $1.75
Thlrteen-pleco sets of very nt
trii'tlvf) iiatteru snnltas rlrith.
Huvvral patterns to chnosu from.
New Luncheon Sots
$2.50 to $3.50
Just urrlved! Tliiw lalnty sets
for la'y iluisv. rrrneh kn-'t em
briildii .i'hI aiipll'iuv work.
Silk Sport Dresses
Former Prices Wcro Up to $135
An extraordinary opportunity to go
cure a late model sports drosn at a
price way below actual cost. Thesx
droMes are all high type, Into soa
on styles that are suitable for
next season's wear. The values arc
o remarkable, one must sec the
dresBCs to really appreciate what an
economy opportunity this is.
A Full-Fashioned All- f
Silk Hose, Special..,.. tPTCoVv .
. l.Vr.,.ll,!r,l ,i,tn1ll, Iin.l VVAlcVlf 1,1 O.lll lull th.
fashioned, all-silk hone with fan' . o
clocking. Colors urn gray, brown
A Table of Silk Hose of
Various Kinds, Special
Thetan are broken lots In full rnshlon"!
silk hose, In i hiffou. In n and mil I'ulil.
ered styles. Uvuy p tu an ii' cptlonnl