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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, JANUARY 15, 1922
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ALL NOW READY
FOR BIG THINGS
Honda in $85,000 Sold and
Contract Lot for
ii. ,r.i i.nv. m, ni nun has qii vpr i iminr
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BEGIN IN TEN
Tmii I Iik-iI fur IVrJiir).
Ml mK'K.I.I N..i I.. . Hiif..' Ili.-v
,.M.- ...ii,. I..I tit ' omliu tlha h
lini I.. Min i. .1. I", liniifll niiit
l,t"t, l,H Mill li.'i, M'tpH. lUf.V, Jir i
I n., i tlnniRi'lvi a In rilafrUt rmrl
Winn (li.-.v I.M.h Hi" lii ml in Ui.'lr
own il. fi iim, thi. hvii niinl frmr
p . i m I !' unliiiipil ii. anvo IS ami i
1 11 YN I'i 'H "'P,"'ilv-ly In lha frderal Jul I
ti r rin-l -iO men me employed a' W
Ihii jitmnii lime
io I'rcni.Ii nt Runsmrtn of th
Am Mi mi .Metal company nml If. M
Mom uiielil. one of Die l.iwr Mark
holilrm, will visit thn plant thN week
to make an ln tlnn. It If pre
(1lrti.il ttlMl jmirn lilorku will lio ,
(peneit and uddlllonnl men em
ployed ft tlm reault of their vlnlt. i
Many Improvement! la
Carried Out by City
in Present Yenr
After Ki'Ii.iIIiik Honor. Mil rift I of Unity Mimic Tnii I'ol-
AIA. Win, aVvrnl .,nti.(lN IohmI liy Mini) loimtlon.
foi i!. ( i n on thn lo'a l,tlri n?,r. m Th. WnrM
cam Mini thr.. vattrana nf Iruit I KNI1), .Un. 11 --When th HltUi
ni'a -irl lenni In hool, John home In whdli J. I.. Tapp with III
...muhlii, i in llnnkili rn.uiiv ""'I'l'"'. " nun ( name nt tnu wir antl ten rnliurrn lived uiirnou
a I., i huh. .1. ) ilmii-ii itmt a ii' deimrtmenl nf the lilxh drnonl, re- w ith un i ontentH, and tho baby, the
I""" om iiiiim rn snowing n i rnnn-ite or trio entire ranuiy, wrei - -
icral Inter 't and hopo to tnde anm .ntminn'il hy flume, the family felt RnnRPflY nP SPHCim HOUSE
of .he mi. t.i honor, in .ebntln thujthaf the world hel, llillo for th-lii HUUUtMT Uh iliHUULttUUSC
The hrninera, who miule nevernl in-
effi'diiul attempt to int,r the hum-
fn'iw South Hliln ;roter, i I riar lnniae to rraruii their little Why
ATOKA. Atoka eonnly will Join "later, whoae crlea 1011I1I Im lieiud
the Hoiithweelern Oklahimm Kruil , Pluliily, and who evlilently i ruwled
Truek trowel' aminrlAtloii, n,.imdei n lie,i t enpi' th" fire, were
iiirnlnK to aetlon taken at th roK haunteil liy the lialiy rle. The
ular ehHtnher of eotnmcren mentlna i inoihei and father were iitteiid'tni
land Onnrit to pay a fine of fOOO.
Blrll to Tt. Wi.l 1,1.
KAIMCAX. Jan. il.-The elty
otitic!' u,l nl putttlc auction (til
well f'S.OftO In per rent 26-year
linprovi inent lionda, which hail baen
a. i epti.il In h elty election early In
AiiKimt. Thn A. J. Mi' Mm bin In
m annrnl cnniwny of Oklahoma city
pnmhaaeil thn linnili at it vary aat
lefaclnry price to the city official
The rontrnrt wn lt the anmo day
for the ork on th Improvi-inent.
which I tn t.ealn at mn , and the
AJax i'oritr uct Inn coiniiany of Ok
InhotiiH i'1'y m flwarnmt till con
tract. vllli the cvaptlon nf one aec
linn which nn let to a local clcr.
trie firm. The contrail Ntlpiilatc
tluit the work will hesln within at
lewat ten daya utter the ciintract
ohMMid. Thn work will lie flnlaheil In
110 worhliiK ilnyn,
The IVind Inclmleil the aitnlntt
of watcrworka, rawer work, piitnp
Inif winlpment, newer illapnaal jilant.
n 30-pole white way itnd it tire truck
with Kill) fuel of hoee, fire ladder
mid n chumlciil tank. A new 50
linrttopower eiiklne will lie Inatnltcd
In the water plant that will pump
fiOO ualloti per inliinlc.
Thl I tli UrKet latm of till
kind that lin ever lieeti voted In
thl city, hut tunny other Improve
ment plan will lie carried nut hy
the. city during the iteent year.
ACTIVITY IS RENEWED
't wice a .Many .MIiicn mill .Mill N"tv
III Opcral'mi In Ti'l.Slnle IINIrlct
a Slv MiiiiiIim Alio,
Dperlnl In Th Worlil
PIUIIKIt. .Ian. H AcforAltiR tn
rellahln data recently unthored.
nliont Til mine ami mill are now
operating In the trl-tate dhtrirt. a
ilKalnat 37 that Were running nt the
time, of the Kieatcet Idlnnea thn.luiit
week In July, Tim ni llvn prupnrtloi
1 11 cl till tho following:
J'remler, .t'orlej, llreWBtnr, An
hum, Manhattan, I'loneer, ''JHieU
Hawk. AVoodchiirk, Hnmeatnke, V'e
lie, I.Inn. I.ucky Hjndlcate. t'hnniito
flolden Itnd, Ilnttlif, Iwirleile, I'ieh-rr-llnKhain,
Ncammon Hill, Ucnver, Widitmr, Kit
ty, Uomailo, Crneu Hmlth-navl,
llarrlsliiin,', Dorothy IHII, fnilor
wrller, fit. Joe, Mahttlkn. S. H, A
CI., 111k Chief, Monarch, Ht. I.nu',
Illatk Taqle, -hamberlaln, rlnry
Ann, 8. It. & H., llnpiilille. llelen
Mlllicle, lllun Diamond, Hilt Kek,
Klnc Ilrnnd, Nnw 1'h'eano, Kmplre
Hnterprle, Queen i:ther, lllalto.
Itattford, Otl Whlto. Houttiern.
AVet VIrRlnln. MokiiI. XMeUy Jew
Dudley, Wet Bide, Htato I,lno I'rii1
rlo, Reale. C. & H., Vnntak'o No. !
Commonwnalllt No. 1 and 2, Hkel-
tnn No. , K, 0 nml 7, and Admlr-
ally No, 1. 2, 3 and 4.
Other mlnltii; companle nrn re
pairing lmlld iibh and macnlnery
and tnnklnit Imiirovemntil, nom
whloli It may ho Inferreil thnt they
will reaumu operatlotm In the nenr
Dollar for u lilio Weevil,
WAI'AN't't'K V. -(leotfe llourk
hnnkei of thin Ity, la offering- a
dollar a heail for boll weav.la whn
hiouchl In alive, flrorge I confi
dent he will not have In pay out
mao ilt'llar, for he aay the weev
il are all M'""'.
HlahiMiy Head llivlcin.
AToKA -On account of tirttent
luiNloi mnlti-r rconlrln all of hi
i me, I'rcRluViii II, ft. flnarn of Ada
haa n ulifneil from the nii.tin t of
the Ht i ni fin il -Atoka. Texarkana ill
vlelnn of I he Onark Trail Tmnday.
V re rnlt1ent rrei.i,o of fore
man, Aik . wll teinpoinrlly aaaumn
aillve oiiinncetliunt of the nignlil
till .Man (icl II) .ll-H.
DI'Ni'AN.- -B. II. Hhackelford.
Hun. nn oil liiMii, waa found aiilllv
nf the murder nf J. C. Huff, hi
paitnri. by u Jury In dllrlct court
here Friday. Ill sentence wn et
at ! year In thn,tnti. penitentiary.
Ill defenae waa that Huff tlurat
eneil hi life.
Smiillliiit I'mlcr ('mil nil,
I'OTIUU. -AlthoiiKh th" mall
pox epldninlu ha been. Rotten un
der loulrol and no new caae e
ported, five death from the d nn
havo ocenrre,! nlm o late Thurmlav
iilnlit. Till hrlnR the total uuinlier
if death at I'ntenu alnue Jiuiimr
1 to 19.
un we.., never I nntiilreil acre
of loinatoee. peanut and vret po
tntoe will ho plnnteil In Ihe county
I.ll.i. In nice 'I III-, .hiilfc,'
Ill'tlO -only threo aeurttaH
Ifieii IXicemlier 10 la lh toeont
mad here by T, .M. Walton, miiiiic.
Ipnl JtnlRe. Thoe were made on ihe
first day on which Walton aerveil.
Sclc Mlino of ft loiuicr,
CAIIlVIKW. The Rrncery tore
I.elnriKlnir to Dan Duree, who I
helnit held l.y feiletnl offlrer for
alleReil (ompl.cty m the robbery of
the t-ant-i Kc train near Kilmmiil
aeveral month iiro, has been mid
at auctlnii by creilltora.
ervlre at the Halvatinn Armv
hendipiartera and the eue or d
aatei and Ihe atoty of their Irre
parable lo which tin t them upon
their return lmot l.llle,) them. It
waa h illahearteneil Cainlly that
Rnlliereil Hrnllllil thn little caaket Ml
the funetni ervlce of bnity Untile.
Tin-re I a llver llnlnar to every
cloud anil Ihe Tnppa dlai'overeil It.
A number of the liti'ne firm
have ilonateil enouRh lumber to re
build the home and raipeutera havn
offeretl th".r erviea Rratla. Offer
Inn In rnh caitiH from the cotinre
nation at the revival Tuenlay nmh'
of f I AO. and from the Oklahoma
tin A Kleetrlc Pp. etnplri)e MCGO.
other will aee that tho homo I
aRnln furnlRhed and lothln? will
Riven to them.
Will Itllall .Viltllic'i WnrL
iiroo -iiii'iidiiiit of iinthffia at ' SMOKE STARTS EXCITEMENT
Antler for the Hum, I'mlt & Truck J,IY1UC olHfUO CAOI I CIICI I
iirnwer ('o-'lperiitlve nneiatlon
Tho .Men Cittiitlit Trjlnic to lift Away i
With I 'm l Supply. ;
Rerll t" Tin. Wurl.t
Iiaiitm;hvidm:, Jan. tl When
two men attempted to rnrry wav
the mill supply of the Lltuentnno '
I'ralrle arliuolhotio Thursday nlRht i
they were poutireil upon atid placed
under nrreet bv Sheriff Andrew
llendnfeoti and Deputy Sheriff Bert I
Van Hlckle. Hherlff Henderson lin 1
receive,) many complaint of vnn
dallm at thn Limestone Tralrlci
aelioollinuw, which Is located four :
mile eat of JlartlcHvllIn on the
Nowata road, and he ha spent
tnuih tlnm "laj-lnx for" tho ml
The two men captured n thn re
sult of the sheriff vlKllanro save
their name a I). U Mor and
Kiank Miller and ald tlicv lived a'
Caney How, tin the cast Imle of llar
tleMvlllw. Tll'ey were plai oil In the
county Jail tn await a preliminary
hearlnR In the Justice court.
UNIVERSITY CHURCH WEEK
CmnpnlKil In Hulhl Houilii'jn Metlm.
HIM rnurcii iinntiy to .-h
RpecUl ' Ttn WorM.
Heater litter Hrldite Conlrnct.
ItlC.VI'ON. Contract ha been let
for lililldlliK a liUKe hrldKn over
Heaver river, tlullt inlle aoitthwuat
of llolsn Oily. It ha been rrainit
here. Thn litldRC will hu on the
lh'i'loimi'iit of Clcn S'lirhiK.
KA I It VIKW HomlM amoiinllmt
tn $12,00(1 for park Improvement
have been voted by pIIIeoiih of ('lea
HprluK, Major county. Thl plum
mi a int'Ke natural park, ami tlm
money will bo used to develun the
sprliu; and erect soverul buiMliiR.
Tn Until l.tiiicheou .Miiullilv.
Cll ANDI.IIlt - - A the flmt lunch
eon of the American Legion pint
here thl week waa comddercii a
mieccsB, It hit been Vote,! to Jiold
tlm lunch-on each month on tit"
)'alrl.v After t'atlle Thieve.
1A1HVIKW As a resitll of the
mysterious disappearance of seveia
head of cattle the past month. Major
will he stnt leil siiuii, aecontltiR to,
W. T. Inrlmore, secretary or the
SELF DEFENSE7sAYS" BAKER i
OlJiilintna I'ltjnn Shot .Man Wlin lie
.SnH'ieil of SttNilliijc WHe.
Hr liitfrnatti.ttHt Nrws airilra
OKLAHOMA CITY, Jan. 11
Karl It, Maker, who shot and
kill ! Thomn Hurn of Denver, yes
terday, while Horn wa al hi
lathe, n tho ouiKrowth of n family
tllatiKlo, limy plead neir-ilefinse, In
sanity or "unwiliten law," nccml
ItiR to Ills attorney thl ninrnlni;
"lie had a hutehet In hi hand
when I went to ask him whv he did
not leave my wife alone.'' l aker
lold hi Httorneve, "and he mviuH
at me with It. Then I shot him "
linker clalmeil he nhnt Hums
wllhlti the liouiids of "iinwrlttm
law" tind while he due not p. ad
Insanity, It I expected that mini ..
plea will he entered Inter
Mr, linker denied that nhc had
eer lived with Hurn .mil s.ild she
believed linker was mentally ilr
raiiKed nl the time of the sh 'Utltxr
There were no wltnesniH to tho
IIIiN for City lltciplliil,
CI SlllNd. Jan. 14. City officials
havo announced that bid will he
opened Kelirnnry C for tho ennttruc-
uon or tile iniinuipiil Jms.i.u t
be built here. Honda for th proje t
havo been voted and work will com
inenco within a week niter tho open
luu of the bids.
,MK La.Mnlle Chief Attraction.
a,.M,l.l l TIim Wnrl.l.
I -AIItl"AX, Jan. II. -The Del
1 phlnn club of thl city will sponsor
Will be Ctillitl a recital to lie Riven here 1 ebruary
1, at which time n iieorK" i
Motte, p'anlt, will be the t mclpi
altrnctlon. Mis IiMotte, altlioiiKh
only HI yenr of nRe, ha won an 1
envlnhle reputation over the stati.'
r.xncct Lnrttrr I'iiici
to smeller AiiiMI).
Sn. . In! I.. Thn W.irl.l
ItAHTI.lIHVll.l.i:. Jan. 14. Kx
I'lniiient ran hlnh In the smelter
tteluliliorhooil of H.irtlevllle Thurs
day when Hllioke wn seen to lesiln . i,,.ov."
from the stacks of the l.iinyon- OV AIll. HI Ml
Hlnrr smelter. I'rcdl' tlons were Save tlmu by liavlnR the fupi rlor
freely mud" that an additional amel-1 Tea lloom serve v. ur snndwl'-lt
ter would lesnme opetntlon. Offl-Htnl noiin-da luin heons, l'oputic
-lal of the smelters declared, how- I p, ,.H. tjulrk aervlrc. Sll Statlt
eer that Ihe smoke wn from one Mam hi Advertisement
of the lrfinpon-Htarr kilns which is
belli tied In place of a kiln at the,
melter which I now operatlmr t
"inir Idoi'k aie In Iiir uweil a' mo
jpW Auburn Sedan IIJ
W nt the Used Car
Motor Snles Co.
Tito Rrcntest pleasure lies In
Komi book Ilnjoyment come
from readluR them. You read
with tho prratcst enjoyment
when you rend with the Rreat-t
eae. My easy ti'iulinR perfect
flttlni? Klasses suit votlr eyes,
enrlrli vour mind nnd ileal
Itently with your pockctboolt.
DR. J. S. HADEN
lloom U07 Haver HIllR.
)er New llexnll IlniR Store.
NOHMAN, Jan. 1 I. Thn Hnuth
rrn Methodist nro conductltiR n
rnmpalRn for a university church m
Normnn. January id-zz i tinivor
slly church week for nil southern
Methodist churches In Oklahoma
Hvory southern Mcthudlst prenchnt
I expected to preach on the need
nml opportunity ror n university
Methodist church In Normnti, and
to inlso Ills part of tho money
pledRed by tho two conferences.
The present church hulldlni: l a
tnllu nwny from tho un'versttv, nnd
cnit eat only ouo-thlrd of th"
southern Methodist student ntni
lnombers, it I Impossible to scat
the. member of the Hnndny school
even when tho nl"le of thn churcn
lire filled with chillis.
Thl ctitcrprUo I so Importnnl
that the Riuirn board at Nashvllb
have each offered $50,0(50 apiece
Nomina ha pledged Its $50,000 nnd
tho two iioiithern Melhodlxt confor
cuce have plodKcil $2 5,000 upleco
No other Oklahoma enteriitlHo has
nttrncted ao much support fiom out
Bide tho state.
I fio . 1 i
A Home Is the
I'refereni'e tn lltiiue iJibnr.
ViKirlal tn tno WnrM.
Gl'SlllNll, Jan. 14- Tho Ilctalt
Merchants' association, throiiKli lt
employment bureau, 1 endeavorliiR
to obtain tho co-operation of con
tractor who havo work under con
struction here In employing- local
men on nil woik where tin l pui-Hlhlo.
your money lnotctl
wllli us Is not suhjeet
tn ttivi'M, en do not In
clude In )onr tax ns-
Tn nil lnlcreiteI In niir
t.lniile, piin tlinl, inoii
ey saxliiR plan, our rep-n-Miitatlxo
explain Jiow eat.)1 nml
Vrxifltahle It Is to place
your intiney here.
Tulsa Building &.
Wo call this big niotlorn
plant "Thu HuildiiiK'
Storo" because of the
fact that prospective
builders can come here
and p u v c h a a e every
thiiiK needed for the
b u i 1 d i n k of a home,
whuthor it bu a modest
bungalow or a preten
tious mansion. We want
you to call us on the
phono or visit this plant.
Iliiko use of our Home
1 1 a nniiiic Department
and study our mt'del
WHEN YOU ARE
READY TO BUILD
And Will Pay You the Greatest
Dividends in .Toy, Happiness and
Now is the ideal time to begin planning a home. Don't say "You can't
afford it," for any man who can pay rent can own a home, and there
by free himself from paying monthly tribute to the landlord.
When you are ready to build we want to help you in every way pos
sible. We have hundreds of beautiful home plans that are at your
disposal, and our Home Planning Department will cheerfully fur
nish you with an exact estimate of what your building will cost.
Here is the proof that building materials are now greatly
reduced in price.
Lumber Prices That Put a Home
Within Your Reach:
Oak Flooring per Thousand
No. 1 Laths
2x6 Framing, 10 and 20, per M.
2x8 Framing per Thousand
At this "building storo" you will find everything needed for the erec
tion of your new home, and at prices that will pay you well to inves
tigate. Don't delay begin planning your home now and you can be
moved into it by spring, and have the satisfaction of growing your
own garden and flowers next summer.'
anna Lumber Co
ONE BLOCK NORTH OF BELLVIEW CAR LINE
420 SOUTH QUINCY ' PHONE OSAGE 7925
SOUTHERN HARDWARE COMPANY
ON MAIN BETWEEN THIRD AND FOURTH
A Reliable Store Does Not Grow
Big From Enormous Profits
An absolutely fair price a full money's worth to the customer a prompt, ef
ficient service to every one who enter? this store these are the things which
receive our consideration first always. We have the confidence of the people
who trade with us, for we believe that tho growth and success of a store is
gauged by its numbers of satisfied customers.
This is a reliable store n store for all the people tx pleasant place to shop
nnd each day wo try to make it better.
Continuing Our January Glearance of
China, Glassware and Houseware
It's Easy to Iron With an Electric Iron
Wherever electricity is used an electric
iron will prove a most helpful convenience
Good electric irons, priced $5.25
Gas irons, priced $4.50
Electric coffee urns, priced $14.25
Electric toaster with rack $7.50
Here's Savings on Housewares That Spells Economy
17-quart Aluminum Dishpan,
Ilrass Wash Bonis, priced $0.75
Market Baskets, priced $0.15
No.1 1 Galvanized Wash Tubs,
House Mail Boxes, priced $0.25
Large Size Oil Mops, priced. . . .$1.00
White Glazed Stoneware Slop
Pail, priced $1.75
Wool Dusters, ,priced .$0.50
Combination Mop and Polish
Outfit, priced $1.00
Zinc Wash Boards $0.50
No. 1 Universal Food Chopper. .$1.85
White Enamel Slop Pails $2.50
Best Ironing Board Made $3.75
Rural Mail Boxes ..$1.75
Ivory Soap, 2 for $0.15
Asbestos Sad Iron's $3.50
Feather Dusters $0.50
Let a "Fireless" Do Your Cooking
Domestic Science Fireless Cookers Reduced
A fireless cooker will save the housewife time,
labor, trouble and discomfort and can be de
pended upon to cook the food right.
One well, priced $16.50
Two well, priced $26.00
OWING TO THE SUBSTANTIAL REDUCTION
MADE ON ALL CLEARANCE SPECIALS, WE WILL
DECLINE TO ACCEPT CHARGE, PHONE OR C. O.
D. ORDERS AND WILL REFUSE TO MAKE ANY RE
FUNDS OR EXCHANGES. PLEASE DO NOT ASK IT.
When You Buy Scissors Buy
Keen Kutters Get Them
Here at Right Prices
Household scissors arc not bought
often, but when you do buy a pair it
pays to buy good ones because a pair
of our KEEN KUTTER scissors will
last a life time, with proper care. Wo
show them in all sizes and styles.
7'j-in. size, priced $1.75
Left Hand Shears, priced $2.50
Kindergarten Scissors, priced 60c-40c
Odd Prices of Silverware at
Close Out Prices
We have many attractive and useful
items, consisting of the following:
Table Spoons, set three
Dessert Spoons, set three
Salad Forks, each
Gravy Ladle, each
Cream Ladle, each
Berry Spoon, each
Cold Meat Fork, each
Jelly Server, each
2-piece set contains Butter Knife and
All are offered at the uniform
price of $1.25
Wash Boiler Special
Extra heavy tin with copper bot
tom, stationery handles, one
piece cover, a $4.50 value. Clear
ance Sale Price $2.75
Chemical Mop Special
For hardwood floors, will not in
jure or discolor any waxed or
Medium size, priced 75c
Large size, priced $1.00
A Timely Sale of Imported and Domestic China
Lot No. 1 " i Lot No. 2
Bavarian, English, Japan and
Dinner Plates G0c to 50c each
Breakfast Plates 40c to 35c each
Salad Plates 25c to 20c each
Bread and Butter
Plates '. . .25c to 15c each
Soups 40c to 20c each
Oatmeals 30c to 15c each
Fruits 35c to 20c each
Cups and Saucers . ,65c to 35c each
Salads $1.25 to 25c each
Bakers $1.25 to 25c each
Haviland & Co.
Dinner Plates, set six $6.00
Breakfast Plates, set six $5.50
Salad Plates, set six $4.50
Bread and Butter, set six $4.25
Soups, set six $4.75
Oatmeals, set six $4.50
Fruits, set six $3.50
Cups and-Saucers, set six $7.50
Salads, each $2.50
Bakers, each $2.00
Pickle, each $1.50