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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1922
MUSKOGEE GAP TO
State Highway Depart
ment Lots Contract for
KEYSTONE TO WARNER
By September Motorists Can
Drivr J 00 Miles on Solid
Thy loitmr of n contract by Ihc
!(! hlK'iw.iy department t kl
hom (' ly ycdlordnv for the hurrt-
niirfiirlMK of a twi'-mlla utrtp of
rodij ii. (ween HiikHcII nnil i'wr'i
in MuikiKPO couiilv, im-RliM lh.it tv
Into iirrrin,r rnl"rIlH run drive
from Kryttona to Warner, Jo n v
tiryutirl Muakojruit, it totnl nf trnarly
h riiinilrnl mile, on linrd-mirfin-eil
rnml, afini (ln to Ian 1'attnn
county i jii'lnoer.
"Thrr, won't bn n break In th'
nti io dilvc." ration aali ycntor
rlny, upon lim ruturri from the utiilc
raiilt.il wIuti: ha ami r. u I .mm
lry rc prmontpd Tulaa county In the
IcititiK of I'ontrarta for highway
ronm ruction In thla county. "Tho
only lrink In tlio paved toad from
here to Mui-kiwi- at til pri'iunl
time are iirtwcn here and Ilroknn
Arrow nod that two-mile atrip nn
lorn Coweta nnd llnnkoll. The
flvn-iiillQ -trip b'lwcpii Tulaa and
Jtrokrn Arrow I tiHnfr rnpldl.v
paved and nlao tho tond from h' reto
llljby. Work on thiit atrip In Muh
1om'0 county la to mart Immediately
and I ant auie by middle Hrptemhrr
tint 'fitlr drive will h hard mir
fnccd. The .lnkoep-Warner ronil
Ik to he completed within the next
"With tho completion of then"
two mumveil alrlpa n motorist enti
(tart nt Keyalnna, the hrjlnnlnit of
thn ArHntiKita VHllcy In thin county,
nnd bo to Warner, near thn end of
the Arknnaoa viilley In Mimkniree
county. Or tho tilp r.in ho Hindi'
from Bklntnuk or Colllnavllle. The
county commlHKloiivra of .MtiakoKce
county nre to let within tho ii'-xt
two weeks n contract for the con
utructloii of a liard-urfac d road
from Warner to Wchhora rails. A
bridge Is now belnn hiillt ricroxH tlic
Arknnnna at Wehliera 1'nlla nnd by
Ut'cemher 1 thin new toad and ll'
lirlilRe will both be open. Thus will
motorist be able to ito right to the
mouth of the Illinois river nnd Into
n Krcat flailing country entirely on
Tho contract for the construction
of five miles of pnvInK on the Tulsn
Clarctnoru itmil, near tho I.ynrt Lntio
nchoolhotiKi) wiih nliio practically
let nt Oklahoma City ypnterdny. Midi
on tho work wcro opened nnd H.in
A, Jlurton, Tulna conlrnetor imb
mltted tho low bid of $2.37 for the
work. Ho will undoubtedly net tho
Job. nccordlm; to I'ntton. Other
bids mihmltted wire flrady CJarnM
of IAttlo Hock, Ark., 2.-Ui West
Construction company of Tidnn.
J2.4I; Hurkn OlbbH Construction
company of Tulun, t2.G8; Ktnndnrd
I'Avlttir company of Titian, f 2. CO, nnd
tho HlKhwny ConHtrtiction company
of TuImi, J 2.(19 n yard. This work,
ration, nays Ij to Mart by July IS
nnd must bo comploted by December
1. The prlro on the I.ynn lnnn road
Is tho bent obtained III two years.
noeordltiK to ration.
Wlillo tho portion of thn Tulsa
Clnromorn road In thla county Is
still far from heltiK completely hard
surfaced, rapid strides nro hclnc
mado In thn work and it la bcllevod
that nil of the road In Tulsa county
will bo paved when winter weather
forces n shutdown. Hy early next
sprint? Tulsa county will bo n net
work of nnrd-surfneod roads nnd
it will ha practically unnecessary to
leavo tho pnvlntt to ito to nny part
of tho county lii n few yoais It ia
hoped to hnvo mch a rond system
throughout the state.
TWO INJURED IN EXPLOSION
Chicago nnd Dallas .Mini Hurt In
JUyiterlouH Itlaht In .Music Store.
DALLAS, June 2S. W. D. Hush
of Chtcngo, president of the Hush it
(iirtrt Music compuny, nnd II, (1.
Council, mnnagor of tho music de
partment of that company, were se
verely Injured by tin explosion which
occurred on tho second floor of Itush
Tcinplo shortly after 9 o'clock thla
lloth Mr. Hush nnd Mr. Council
wcro overcome by smolto nnd fumes
nnd Mr. Hush was cut ubout tho
face by flying kIiish. They wcro sent
to tho emergency hnspllul far treat
ment of their Injuries.
An Investigation is being mnde to
dPtcrtnlno tho inuse of tho explosion.
CLASH IN DUBLIN;
CONTINl'ni) PIN M I'AOn PNM3
mandant of tho repuhl'ean irregu
lars has Just fltimmoned reinforce
ments from the provinces, Indicating
n renewal of the fighting
mwhum j iiUi'wv'W'jr.'Mxsi'L'mMr.'a
We Will Help
You to Save
"I'' mi do not own jour
Home, let us help jou
to buy it. Wo call
maUi' It ns i.i-v as
iwnlng rent, nnd ctery
month mIhii m in. ike
your liimucnt, jou may
led thai tint roof jour
children live under Is
moro mid nioro their own.
Tho feeling of satisfaction
J4 equaled only by the
absolute safety. J'lery
dollar ImcMcri is so much
equity In tho property.
1'lionu Osage .'".til or
rail and let 111 explain our
plan of Mulng.
Ofcrsa Building &
Flappers Needing Religion
Says Sunday School Head;
Fears They'll Degenerate
CIIH'AUO, Juris IS What alls
the linn h dlf m-"d fluppir n.ia
lieen 1 1 - ihhh'iI hy a world-wide
authority n flappers, flnpperism
and flnpperdoni. The nuthotlty
Is no oilier than Dr. (,'orllsa I'.
Margrave, foreign auierlntundnt
of Htiritlay arhools for the Meth
odist Kilrnp i hlir' ll, ill') I"
In Chlrago tminv to msko n re
port to tho eofilereiirii of bishops
and mlnlsteiti ,,c that chun h In
Dr. Corllsa haa studied the
question of youthful tendencies
and morality In every country In
the world, and hia solemn ver
Tim flapper needs rallilon."
"Without ,in undnrarlndlnf of
n Union," lui continued, "all the
iiioio rrlioloiiM tendencies of the
American Dapper will run Into
dKsnirir Ion, if not worn". It
Is the n lirlntu tnndm.ry of to
day thn loddi llm flapper move-
COBB WAS SHOT
IN BACK, STATE
I llN'l IM I Ii t'tUrM I'Ai.t, iNR
pursuilh, but the iIkIU'ou stand
forth bold iim a Hon." uus the text
of the di'fi hi att' toev. If It weto
true the detetidnt hid Intended to
assault Mts. t'oldi ns claimed by
tlm state, ho would b.ivn left town,
Mooro mid. Ha onttnierated In
stances where, ha sahl, llonlon had
attempted to keep awny from Cobb
to prevent troitiiin. The atnto tins
nrgued why didn't (lordon put Cobb
under a peaco Imnil, aula .Monro.
Cobb should have done, no, he do-
l'hu defanso attorney attacked
testimony of slate witnesses that
Cobb culled "oh, Iluddy, don't
shoot." "I was a buck private In
thn army and in all my nrmy ex
perience I never henrd ono sol
dier call another ono Iluddy." snld
Moote. The atnto vltntirs teatt
fled thnt all the shots fired hy
Cordon wrn dlschnrged within one
or two seconds, ho continued, H
would hnvo been liupo'wlhln for
Cobb to mnko the pica within that
time, Im contended.
Siijh Witnesses Aciirati'.
Moore nske.il tho Jury to hollevo
thn testimony of nrnc nrahutn
and Alvln Cannon, federal ttideu(M,
who testified that Cobb wan shot ns
he reached for his revolver. Ilu
declared if anybody could kIvo nil
iiccuruto account of tho HhootltiK It
was theso ox-soldlcrs who wcro
expecting trouble between Cobb nnd
(lordon nnd who Moml wutcnlnu
them mi thny walked down tho
street. Mooro said ho would put
their testimony against that of
for thn state, who.o nttcntlou was
attracted hy tho first shot and
whoso stories did not colncldo in
rhn defendant remained calm
throughout tho session, "When ad
journment was tnlten ho was nl-
ioucd .to go to a restaurant with
his mother, sister nnd brother and
a group of frlenda from Miami. A
deputy sheriff wont along.
Mrs. Cobb, who was on thn stnnd
this morning, sat In tho courtroom
with her infant boy during tun
prosecutor's address but when n rc
cemi was called ns ho concluded,
fho wont Into thn Judgo'B chumbor.
Thero slin fnlutod.
Tho Jurora wern permitted to go
homo for tho night. Tho Judge
said It was a matter within trio ills
cretlon of tho court nnd declared
It was too hot to ho locked up.
BTIMAVATRU. June 23. Bubmls
slon of testimony In thn trial of Karl
(jorilon or .Miami, uxin., for inn
murder of Heclcmnn Cnhb. u follow
student in tho Oklahoma A. & M.
o'clock today. Closing untiimonts
went to ho madn by both sides this
nfternon nnd tho enso was expected
to go to the Jury this afternoon or
tomorrow morning. Mrs. llnrtio
Huu Cobb, IS ycara old, widow of tho
slnin student, wni the principal wit
ness at tho morning session. Dressed
completely in black sho took tho
stand composedly nnd told of her
husband's having brought (lordon to
their apartment May 8, tho day bo
lero thn killing nnd domnmlml thnt
ho "tell nil about this thins and
Admits Cobb Hail Oun,
Mrs Cobb denied that her hits
band bad displayed great anger or
that be had brandished a pistol, ns
I pjjQtrj I
Our Scmi-Annual Clearance Sale of
Walk-Over Shoes is now going on.
Don't fail to take advantage of it.
This is ijour opportunity to secure
high-grade, seasonable fooiwear at
drastic price reductions. For prices
and complete detail see announce'
went in Friday morning World.
J 13 SOUTH MAIN STREET
mint from K"'"lf to nil sorts of
"I v,snt to add to that state
ment. I think llieio le a good
dwii of hystmui on that subject
Hint has no adequate foundation,
for the moral standards of our
youth In A incrlm can most fav
orably Ijh compaiett wMh the
atandards of youth anywhere,
"The ImpreiHlon that 1 get of
American youth Ii that their
morula and Ideals are fundamen
' Whlla It Is easy to go to ex
treme unconsciously, ol In this
new freedom of expression I find
n basis of alm'Tlty and natural
nesa whlrh. when properly di
rected, tends towards the finest
"I hold no brief for the friv
olous flapper but f am thoroughly
opMmlstlo on the auhject of
American youth. There are none
finer In the world."
"as testified yealerday by Mordon.
Him asld that knowing Cnhb had
H g"n lu his pocket, she asked him
to "put It up" and thnt he had laid
It on a bed. She picked It up, she
continued, but Cobb grabbed it and
they held It together for a moment,
after which Cnhb laid it on a dresser.
Mrs. Cobb testified that Cordon
had replied to Iter husband's demand
for an apology by declaring:
"I wasn't out with our wife,
Cobb, 1 didn't know her."
Sho test tried also tb.it after say
ing this (iordop placed his finger
to his lips while, Cotib was not ob
serving him, and Indicated tn her to
remain silent. O'nnlon then offered
to take Cobb to the place where he
had been on thn night Cohb hail lie
cuicd him of being lu Mis. Cohh's
company, the widow sold.
"Come on, Cobb, and I'll show you
where J was Tuesday night," she
limited Oordon ns snylng an he
stepped outside their doorway.
Waiting on thn porch (lordon cnlled
to Cobb to "como on." sho continued,
hut when Cnhb delayed whlla put
ting on his coat, (lordon departed
mid wna not In tight when Cobb latft
tho hotiso to ticeompnny him.
Asked In cross-examlnntlnn by
l'rnnk Neshltt, chief counsel for the
defense, If sho had cvur se.'ti her
husband "pull a gun on anyone,"
Mih. Cobb hesitated and then nskod
tho court If sho hud to nn.iuur the
question. Tho quos'lnn was sus
tained nnd hIiii nnaworod in the neg
ative. Him gno tho saiuo answer
to a qimstlor of whether i'ho had
seen her husband point n gun at
anyone, but admitted thnt Cobb had
told her of hnvlng done bo.
Ulght character wltncjse.i wcro
placed on the stand In an effort to
prove, thnt Cobb was r.ot of a uuar-
Hhcrirt o. it. J.tllcy. n stato wit
ness, declared thnt the r.un found
In Cobb'.i pocket, declared, yesterday
by defenso witnesses to havo ben
partly letnovi'd, wna nu fnr in tho
pocket ns it could ho placed.
Shannon Kelly, a Stillwater hard
ware doaler, who took tho itnnd
when tho defense, reopened briefly
ItH direct testimony, sworo that Cobb
hnd sought to purchase an auto
matic pistol from him tho day bc
roro ho wns slain, but thnt this rale
wiih icfused because Mrs. Cohb had
called tho storo by telephono nnd
asked that such action b taken.
A question as to Mrs, Cobb's ngn.
put to her by tho stato on redirect
testimony, wan objected to by the
defenso nnd tho obtoctlon was sus
tained. It wus brought out. how
ever, thnt sho Is the mother of a
baby nbout n year old.
son in canada
CUNTINI'KD TltOM PAOri fN13
ho Intended to take tho child nnd
then obtain n divorce. 1 did not hcsl
tato when ho asked to take the boy
out for a walk, for I had no Idea he
would leave with him without my
knowledge. When they failed to ro
turn thn third day 1 suspected tho
truth. Hy the tlmo I could call po
licemen they were ncross tho Cnnn
dlau border nnd out of reach of the
Inw up there."
Mrs. Htotts was accompanied to
Tulsa hy a brother, Hom Mndlll, of
Hamilton, who expects to remain for
thn hearing on her nnswor nnd cross
staffs' offleo Is 210 Itlclmrds
r O'.TISTF.Il FllliM PAOB OXB
associations of Illinois will be held
at JO o'i lock tomorrow morning nt
ilia Great Northi rn Hotel In Chicago,
where the matter will bo formally
WASHINGTON, Jtina 2t. A rM
lui ion directing tha govvrnrnant to
tsko over and operate all tho coal
mine lu the United Htatii.t for one
year was introduced tn the house to
day hy Hepresentatlve Hurlte, re
publican of Pennsylvania.
(lovernment operation under the
Iltirke resolution would be directed
by I'rasident Harding, who will bn
authorised to adjust the present
wage ax'ulo rontroveisy to the satis
tuition of the miners nnd to atll
coal at co"t of production, plus a
reasonable ptorit to the coal mine
owners or oi" tators.
BUG TOURISTS" .
(ClNTl.NLf.I) KtlliM I'AOB ONK
weevil The. sreen bug and the
sharpshooter travel with It, but
thn holl weevil Is most dreaded.
ThcHo. prsts go a far north as tho
cotton grows, which In tha south
ern pnrt of, Oklahoma. Haat of
l.inco a county the boll weevil haa
not been so bad alnce 130S, Han
born mild yesterday, and unless
fnrmeia persist lit weekly cultiva
tion, ha fears harm for the cotton
nop. It is Hlremty some 12 or 1R
Im hen high In the southern part
of Oklahoma, and the squares am
forming; In many Instance the
boll weevil has punctured them,
causing them to flare and drop
It la because Oklahoma Is ho
vortntlle ngrlcultrnlly that thero
are so many kinds of bugs that
make this their annaul convention
centor. l'roftwtor Sanborn, ex
plained. A sort of home-coming,
an It wero, only tho home coming
can't bn confined to a week, like
such things usually are.
Hut thero iw one kind of bug
upon which thn allgmi "pest"
does tint rest. This Is the honey,
bee, nnd It Is unusually busy thla
year, Hnnborn snya. About Still
water, there has already been a
surplus production of honey, to or
50 poundH to thn eolnnj. Tulsa
iiiUtilv Is n good lice countv. ho
Mini, and pointi d out that tnero
Is iisiinllv a surpliiH heie.
Remodeling Sale Bargain Treats I
I vs, For Thursday and Friday g
Remodeling Sale Remodeling Sale
Prices $3.95 LADIES' HATS Prices $3.95
Over 100 ladies' trimmed
some transparent, no hat
than ?G.00. Choice
A Special Purchase of Ladies' Silk Dresses
Including such fabrics as taffeta, satins and crepes. All models of recent make,
values 919.85 and $24.00.
$9.90 Remodeling Sale Special $9.90
Maid Aprons with bibs and Btraps
over shoulders. fA
22x90 Bed Sheets, good quality.
Remodeling Sale QQ
81x90 Seamless Sheets. (T- QQ
25c Ladies' Cotton Hoso in black,
white and brown. Special, 1
per pair ,., XDC
Milk ajul Ice Fund
Hi hind nlmst every contrjbu'lon
listed so matti r-of-factly In the fi
nancial statement of The World Milk
and Ice fund lies an Interesting bit
how human ?ilatory. The' Klylng
Kngle (Jlrl Hcotit Troop, for Instance,
gave n little ptnv especially to raise
the money which three of them
brought yesterday to The World Of
fice. Hom gifts represent a real
personal aacraflee by people newly
graduated from iha school of pov
erty. "Homebody" yesterday fent "a
lot of love and u little money" nnd
messige from a family In
closed a "smnll ehck limited by our
smalt bank grnint." Jatt' girli
have emptied tiny hanks to help leas
fortunate little girts nnd smnll hoya
have foresworn detsred toys for th"
samn purpose. Clubs have changed
money Intended for other Uie to
this rause. The diplro back nf It
all, of course, la to make summer
aafn for poor babies.
Tuesday's total of belated chocks
As Previously Reported 1, 571.1
Krom "Peggy" 1.00
Mule A Ilea Cyrella 1,50
I.oyd Itesttnfleld J .011
Charles D. Iish B.00 '
No Name 5.00
Hltnon Jankowsky 15.00
I. Mills 12.50
T. It. K. of Ued l'ork 5.00
Norvnl . Dial 10.00
A Mother R.nn
Mra. U D. Owyn 1,00
Flying Kagle oirl
Hcotit Troop 3.00 17.S5
Total tn Date
NEW ILLINOIS CODE READY
Constitutional Comcntlou Completes
Work Curried nu for Tun Yciira.
HlMUNnKlKM. 111. Juno 28.
The completed draft of tho pro
posed new constitution for the
state of Illinois waa adopted hy the
constitutional convention hero this
The end of the work of tho con
vention en, tun nt 5:05 p. tn., nfter
the work whlrh hns continued Inter
mittently for moro thnn two years.
Delegates will return on September
t2 to sign tho enrolled official doc
ument which will ha deposited nt
that tlmo with tha secretarj' of
Would Control Slntn Elections.
WASlIIN'dTO.V, Juno 2R. A con
stitutional nmandmeut which would
give congrcsK power to rcgulnto the
nomination nnd elections of senators
and representatives thus giving con
trol over state primaries wns pro
posed In n resolution Introduced to
il iv iv T"hnmnn Itiltlngcr of the
houdo clertlona commtttec.
Ladies' corsets, broken lots and sizes,
both Kabo and Lady Ruth make. .Values
up to $2.98.
Remodeling Sale Price $1.00
Ladies' "Warners" rust proof corsel
ettes, all sizes. Values $1.75 and $2.75,
Special $1.25 and $1.98
hats for midsummer days. Largo and medium shapes,
in this lot worth less (To rvrT
i m I hi if Wii ii.sMf i
Osage Sheriff Will Ke
turn Pair to Okla
homa for Trial
KfunUV to Tin World.
WICHITA, Kan.. Juno 28.
Hheriff C. D. Musselwhlto of Osngo
county, Okln. arrived here tonight
to return Joe HulUvnn and Kngcne
Kirk to Oklahoma, whe.ro they must
fncu charges of hank robbery. Sulli
van nnd Jflrk arrested hero Mon
day as suspected robbers, together
with Ji'red Holby nnd Ouy Kllece.
have been Identified positively at
two of a gang of seven men who
robbed n bank at (lialnoln, Okla., on
Thev were Identified by a woman
who saw the rnbberv at (Iralnoln.
Hoth declare they will fight extra
dition. When arrested, the quartet hnd n
tourlrru car stolon from W. It. llntn-
ay of Oklahoma City. May 18. Hlf-
les, plstoln, ammunition, rusos ana
a bottle nf nitro irlyccrlno wore
found in their car. The bandits.
taken by surprise, offered no resist
ance. Wizzrd Sags Klan Not
Affiliated With Masons
ATLANTA, On., Juno 28. K. Y.
Clarke, imperial wizard, pro tern of
the Ku-Klux Klin In n statement
today denied that the Man or any of
Ita officials had ever claimed con
nection with the Masonic order nnd
declared that "statements of tho
grnnd masters of Masonry who nre
quoted as having attacked tho Ku
Klux Klan are, predicated on the
false statements that tho klan Is n
lawlcstt Institution nnd tho clnlm
thnt tho Ku-Klux Klnn or Its ngen-
clea hnvo been nttemptlng or claim
ing that tho Ku-Klux Klan was In
some wav affiliated with the Ma
sonic frntornity, which Is uttorly un
true" Veiled J'mphotM Name; Officers.
HOCK ISLAND, 111., Juno 28.
At today's session ef tho gtipreme
Wll HAVn MOVP.D
to J1C-1S Hist Second St. Jor
dan sales and service.
W, C. NOH1US MOTOK
Phones 0?-igo 5300-1-2
Ladies' Fiber Silk Hose, black, brown
and white, $1.48 values. QQ
Sale price OC
Ladies' Long Silk Gloves in black,
gray, brown, white, pink and blue;
1G buttons, double finger tips. Re
modeling Sale (T-l Q(
Hundreds of other items to bo had at
bargain prices at Kahn's Remodeling
rouncll of tho Veiled Proplits of the
l.'iichanted Hcnlm, Kdward C. I'c
louc, lllclimond, Va., wns elected
?rand monarcji nnd Lamar ri'-ld,
Montpomcry, Ala., grand venerable
prophet. The 1323 convention woo
awarded to Cleveland. Ohio.
Cm In Still n Critic.
NEW YOKK, .luno 28, Char
aiterlzlnB the Waghlngton adminis
tration um "imable to look befond
tho end of lt noso," James M.Cox,
domocratlo candidate for president
two year ago, today Hailed for
Kttropo with tho oxprexn Intontlon
of obftcrvltiK tho "conncftiences of
tho Ktcady flow of dolnt? notlilnR by
tho prpucnt ndmlnlntratlon at Wash
ItiKton," A. P. OPERATOR NOT HURT
'.h WlrcMim Snld Thnt Kldnai
crs Onlciril 1 1 1 nt to l.cntu (.'oiinlry,
KN'II). Jttnu -'ft. Dnttulan Tvndall,
a tolvgraph operator who wat neixcd I
ly two men early last n Kht and
rnrriod out or town In an automo
bile, telephoned n friend hero to
night that lie had been released
and warned by tho men not to re
turn to Unld. Tyndall, according to
tho friend, fnlil he had not been
Wn.Mi't DattiiiKcd Very .Much.
MACON, On,, ,Juno 2S. I-'ormer
Mayor Oli-n Toole was nwarded 13 ,
cents damoKo hero late today by th
auprrior court jury which heard his
llDel suit ncnliiKt tlu- Mnrnn Tele-
sraph. Jlo Filed forySSO.OOO, alleK'i.tf
defamation of iharni ter In nn nrti' lo
published Mny 31, 1021.
(Iiiicrnor nt McUostcr.
Pjr th A Mini I rru S'jt"
M'.M I Ml H, June ZS - GOV J U,
no more to run than a single electric light. i
A Product of
Sold by dealers
Amorlta Amorllu Ilnm Mutunl T1, Co.
Aiimlurko I,. C. MrCnlhini Klettrio To.
liarllrmlllt Ilarllrt IIIh Out & J.Uc. Co.
llcffirK Jamri II. It fllv
llo nliiiv f lrtrk-CrMc Ii l(divt. Co,
Hrftluw ItrUlow I'letlrU) ('.
Ilrokvii Arriiu I)lrkHMMi-ioolmiin T.nr. To.
Itrokfii Arrow l'uMlo rrv. '. nt Oklu.
Cle lnrn! t'lvrlntul rirctrlo Co.
c irrfliiiitl il, n, llriMKioii l.lcc. bunplr Co,
('olllnfiillli i. A. i:rlrkfon
Cutliliic for ti ran I'lmnb. A: Klrc. Co.
('lulling MlnitfMla Mclit A; rnurv Co.
Ileuvrntr Hrui rnr r JJht AVutcr Irpt.
HiOfriivMIltril I.lrrtrlo Co,
Lnnvint -lUilr r .C- hn
Mou ml MoutuU Urrtrlr Co.
!nUimre ('nliurn I'.It-rlrin ('
MuKinrrr I.lrrtrin hrrIr I n.
Iukocrr Kmplrn IHrrlrlr Supply Co,
Mu.kojcr r OUInlmnm Klrctrlf Co.
lowttm ruDiio rrnice Co. of uuia.
General Electric Co.
A HOME INVESTMENT
THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF OKLA
HOMA is an important and vital factor in tho up
building of this city. The service this company ren
ders is one of tho most important assets in the city's
future growth. Electric light and electric power are
indispensable in modern everyday life.
THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF OKLA
HOMA is FURTHER ASSISTING the progress of
Tulsa by bringing to tho people it serves a SAFE and
PROFITABLE INVESTMENT opportunity in its
Cumulative Prior Lien Stock.
Tho stock costs $1)0 per share, at which price it yields
you 7.7 ?o on your investment, and you may buy for
cash or on easy payments.
Dividends on every share free from Oklahoma Per
sonal Property Tax and free from normal Federal
'Ask any employe of tho
Public Service Company of Oklahoma
"An Investment Thnt Endures"
A. Robertson Is upending tediy In
McAIester, tha forenoon spent m in
Inspection of tho pcntltentlary nnt
Ita budget for tho fiscal year t
noon, ho nddrc.sed tho lot a x. , , ,
cl'jli and thla evening Hi - ,'.
c.tic n In nn open n r ni"it
5oolliind And McaI;
is the name to
of eczema.blofcncs or
oiher distressing skirt'
Resinol Soap it is a
si andard skin treatment
and rarefy fails to remove
all traces of the disorder
Don't be a skeptic'
Bem today to use
For sale by all druUts
We Can't All Spend
Summer la Mountains
the breezes that sweep
cool from lofty peaks
can be duplicated in
any home all summer
long for less than tho
cost of a single day in
A G-E electric fan costs
Sale i Offices In
all Utg clucs
ruwhmUn IHclnimt.finmlmun !Jr. Co.
ruuliusUM t I'rjrrr riiipih. A; K.lff. Co.
ritrluT .Mnnlfold flumli. X Urc. (u,
I'ft-rvSnnia V.lrt rln hhnn
ln lurk Ilrkiikori.(lomlmnrt I.br. Co.
uHSu SnllUuw Uclit X Wnlrr Dfpt.
Hniul firliix nifkiimin-Ciooiliniia I.br. Co,
Nirwl Nirlwr Ilnll Llrrtrlr Co.
hhamrocL- Jh::mror!; Klrftrir rrt.
HklntfMiU I)icknoniohmun IAr. Co.
HMiitiHik lCrxull Muro
Mirk Urrlrlr hhop
MUluntrr Mllltviitrr Klerlrlp Fliop
StllweJl Hoirrrti Hanluiirn Va,
1 nlu -IHrKinon.(iMMlmutt I.br. Co.
TiiUii II. Ii. Klrrtrlo Co,
TiiUa- Klftlrle Huiipty Co.
Tiilmi l.lrrtrl Mlrlnff Co.
Tnta Tultu Klpclrlp Miop
Vhilln riibllr hrrlr Co. of Okli.
Wnuliprfnnl Dflco Mcht Vm-luru ro.
y nonii lUckiiMin.fiimilnmn I.br. (
Mle Villi I'lprtrio uimly C
Vnli It. C. U'rlght
B-R Electric Company
15 EAST FIRST STREET