The Tulsa Post (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 143, Ed. 1 Sunday, July 9, 1911 Page: 4 of 12
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TULSA, OKLAHOMA. SUNDAY WORMING, JULY 9.1911.
THE TULSA POST
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF TULSA COUNTY.
WIRT G. McCARTY, EAtor.
C. 0. WRJGHT, Business Manager.
Sundav Morning and every Week Afternoon except Saturday By THE TULSA PUBLISHING COMPANY.
WISDOM IN USE OF VACATIONS.
A NEW REST CURE.
'A vast host of teachers and pupils stand freed Jrom duties
end responsibilities untH early or late September. On par-
ents or guardians no*' devolve cares thi: durine the past ten
months have been shared by school administrators. Youth
that have been under dedpiioe of manners and morals are
now to face a period where much of the time they will have
only self-control to hold them. Emphasise for a season b to
change from mental achievements to bodily growth and *ecup-) have upon others.—Emporia Gazette,
'eration. Loafing, that during the working year is a disgrace,
is now ti become to some extent a fine art and mans of better-
ment. Whereas the text-books of the year past have been
written in Hack and white, those of the coming two months
are to be in the greens, Hues and browns of nature.
* Haw to utilize prudently and wisely this vacation period
so that its actual results for teacher and pupil shall approxi-
mate the advantage of man) kinds that it provides in theory
is not as simple as it may seem, even if there are no handicaps
due to limited pecuniar) resources or to peculiar family ties.
One fact is clear, that it is quite easy to exaggerate the necess-
ity for entire abstention from mental effort. The note of loafing
can be sounded too loudly. Idle thoughts get into mischief, as
well as idle hands. For many pupils, especial!) those in crowd
ed urban centers, who are debarred from flight to the country-
side. the past-time vacation school is a blessing. Two months
of life on the streets, without either parents' or teacher’s con
trd, involves moral hazard. And it is just because this fact
is coming to be realized more keenly and generally that school
authorities are meeting the demand for summer sessions
This aspect of the vacation problem, for the teacher, al-
so is met by the better facilities that now exist in all sections
of the country for attendance on summer schooL conducted
by teh leading universities. Union of study and play, when it
has added to it the delight and instruction of travel, if only to
the nearest summer-school, makes an ideal plan for the • Ju-
cator’s vacation that more and more is being chosen. Nor are
morning serenade, and then you give it up, and go eut and
sprinkle the hwn.
After alt the painful experience you come down town
feeing hke Jonah after he escaped from the whale, and it is
hard to wear a sunny smile, and go around telling > our friends
that everything is right side up with care.
Yet, the effort is worth while.
h always is worth whie to be cheerful and good-natured,
even if you feel the other way, because of the influence you
are com lag to he.* resoe are ms?
Xr.err lie T-,fan ai fine ili
:3t$raoaBm'. o» tie pool Sail keepers
far aEowiag boy* to loiter aho-rt their
plares the lta|tt forces itself upon
•ha mica why abooHA men go where
box* era mot allowed aad why is .t
towfc: ts eetAnc. fliar.es for men oa
tint wer« street of a city where boys
r=cv ea-^ i*ted it r are tot P^ea ding
for tie boys to be ai.®wed to idle
awaj time piaytng pool, lwt ooty want
to wsk vfest is them is those 'places **
-r»- e gp&c tor the me a and bad for
Sand Springs Water
Absolutely pure and “best by every test” for drinking pur*
poses. Fresh and sparkling from the Sand Springs farm
each day. Le* us Supply You. We deliver m Sterilized
bottles free from disease germs.
Better than Health Insurance.
By J. B. Clark
A Boston school teacher, retiring after long years of ser-
vice, has contributed to the alleviation of the summers op-
pressiveness with a sort of valedictory in which she prescribes
flirting as a rest-cure lor tired school ma'ams and fagged-out
girls, generally. If she wanted to wake up Boston and inci-
dentally the rest of the country, she undoubtedly succeeded.
As well might we have expected the president of Harvard to
advocate toe dancing for wear.-, solemn professors.
Of course, there is nothing harmful about harmless flirt-
ing—providing it is harmless. And it is hard to conceive of
thh Boston school ma’am, who has been teaching for forty
years, engaged in any other kind. In fact, we have no doubt
that the spectacle afforded by her efforts in this direction
would be worth going miles to see. But flirting as a rest cure
—well, we have our doubts. . 7* ,7*
The pretty, pompadoured stenographer is credited with
having long ago discovered this alleged cure in. her efforts to
obtain relaxation from her arduous labors, even though she
never heralded the fact. Yet. the first time the party of the
other pan went home with a sample of her blonde tresses on
his coat-sleeve she was probably made to see that her course
of reasoning was defective. And, how much rest Joes the
fluff y young thing at the summer resort get out pi wondering
..... . . . whether or not that sallow-faced, sauare-ia wed woman on the
the aitics lacking who contem. that tor the r- erage Amenn an vcianija js jfcg wife of the charming mescaline feature she has
child a very much better schedule for the use o; the summer •rj.en ,p00n;n
could be worked out than now is followed. In no other civil-
ized country is there such a waste of precious time, and such
emphasis on the supposed physical needs of youth — • ihris-
tian Science Marmor.
with on the quiet r
Again, what is sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander.
Young men who have tried this rest cure have found that the
possibility of intrusion by a six-foot, two-hundred-pound man
with violent objections to a flirting match, has a tendency to
detract from its henefirial effects.
The truth of the matter probably is that the Boston school
Wrtf.tr Far THE POST
Land of a thoesand mysteries
Ter ■sfii&r'KjeW uaksowa.
Land at iacoMtoocies,
Mem near* turned v stone
Baenen* of tteir inp&enc
Ferrite- tie soil and rich
By cat'ire and Heaven imbued:
Life sr« sprrrzs to taeaca
Tie thirst of nnUaiic crowd:
A land of providence
I* every say endowed
To tanka men and angels happy.
The distant thtra&er clap
Comes from a far off satrap;
Orders acd counterplots
Cover rise fend.
Started by a h small band.
Placing on all a ban.
Causing more poverty:
Cloaked in hypocrisy.
Some In bigb office swell,
Pav:i* a road to Hell
For thane who are poor!
Land at ike Ucas * pride.
Land w^er* toe fathers
Where buster and cowboy wied
Each for his own:
O er plain, rvaUey and hill
Roamed each at mil;
So proclamations then
Jtlaeh treated each as men
Without fear or pen;
Have we no* none tried and true
Who can oar tend redeem
From this grafter crew?
Then awake! Oklahoma,
Ere it be too late!
Pir yoirr whole armor on,
Redeem ye the state!
W* nrn note to max* liars promptly on Improved city property, or
to pa -tit* contemplating building. Pkone or call nod see u*
Security Mortgage & Loan Co.
C. D. COGGESHALL, Prwt
OfEce 136; residence >ff«ce N*. t21 South Boston Ave.
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PLUMBING AND HEATING
Repair Work a Specialty.
Estimate* Cheerfully Furnished.
FREEMAN & DWYER.
Phone Red 1446 Address 913 South Detroit.
life hard lo he »n optimist when the weather is dished nta'ani's conation of a flirtation is altogether academic and
up smoking hot, day after day. One may have a praise-
worthy determination to he a Sunny Jim in spite of every-
th nig, hut unless contantly on his guard, he wifi find him-
self saying things that would be rejected by the editor at a
Sunday School paper.
The worst thing about hot weather is that you can't sleep
well at uight, unless you are young. All things are possible
to the young. If you are stricken in years ou look forward to
the night hours with gloomy foreboding. For when you re-
tire the real agony begins.
THE LONDON CONSTABULARY.
American visitors at the coronation celebration in Lon-
don agree in pronouncing the excellent work of the London
police department to be the striking feature of the whole af-
Jt is true that upon the day of the actual coronation 70,-
Ediior Tulsa Post.
I wirti that you would give pJb-
IIcity tbrtmgb your columns of your
newspaper to the following state- j
meet ot my connection with the pro-!
perty in the Frisco addition to the city j
of Tulsa, Oklahoma against which
the county attorney of Tulsa county :
is filing injunction suits cm the ground
that the premises are being used as
a place tor the illicit sale of intoxi-
I do not own any interes’ in any
of this property whatsoever, and haTe
not the iettet control over any pan
IVher. the owners or Frisco addition
decided to plat iuis property and
place it upon the market, they adop-
MUNN & NICOLL Xahndsot
===== CUT STONE =====
Estimate cheerfully furnished on application*
Shop and office at 501 S. Frankfort \v
PHONE 1145 Red
for the purpose of keeping the crowds back at the street cor- l»rT'Tnt- Sm'" here
were several parties interested in the
tract of land in question and since
You toss and kick around and 000 regular troops, under the personal command of Field Mar- ted a pian of •*»»•>« the lots tor *1.00
chew the pillow, and knock all the bed clothes galley west’, and sha11 Lord Kitchener, assisted the 10,000 members of the Lon- p^Qha^d ^ HI Sd. no“*Sd
strike at invisible mosquitoes, and bump your head against ^on constabulary to patrol the streets but this was largely being delivered to ^purc^ser unui
the wall and after a great deal of this sort of business you fin-
ally fall into a troubled sleep and dream that you are being
run through a corn sheller feet first.
After you have slept an hour or two you wake lip cold.
The temperature has fallen about a hundred degrees. You
reach around for the all-fired beddoothes and can’t find them,
since they have been kicked to all corners of the room. Then
you have to get up and turn on the light to find the quilts and
sheets and things and in doing this you are Tea sou ably sure to
fall over a chair anJ break your leg against some other piece
of furniture. By this time it is 5 o’clock, and when ^ou have
ners. The Tegular police department kept a watch on the
peace of the city, rounded up hundreds of professianal crooks, ^7 STSS?
who came to London in the hope of reaping a harvest, and that they • * — -----
kept the crowds safe and good-humored without clubbing a
settled your ilt on v<
tli, hack yard Wring
be heard five mile
away, with -imdr -
ouch for some real slumber, a dog in
press its sentiments so that it can
y. When you -have chased the dog
rimed bricks, the roosters begin their
have the legal title con-
veyed to some person I- trustee,
, ,,fe “ to order to facilitate and make more
single person and b; arrest mg none but professional law- «»Tentent the *aie of k*s. The? pre-
vailed upon me to act as such trus-
tee, and conveyed to use by a deed of
trust, the simple naked, legal title
tor the use* and purposes expressed
in the deed of trust. The owners of
the equitable title employed their own
sales agents and sold the lots tfero’JgL
sseb flgetrt*. As aw* aa a jawpectrse
partmc;'? there is larger by several th *usand men, but there is p,.Phaser «seated a contract of pur-
00 "system” in .he London police derailment that forces su- 1<3T * **> *aeh pr**ptrtlve paT'
peri or <rfficers to sell out to gamblers aui cio^s he mouths of
subordinate otTLers and patrolmen.— I.otiisville
W e are often told that the problem of the police depart-
ment in great cities like New York and Chicago is not capable
of satisfactory solution.
London is a bisrer <
than New York and the police de-
■-haaer went into posaesaion of
premises contracted for.
thence ou became the equi-'able owner
of th» lot in question and exercised
control over the same while the legal
The coolest, most
refreshing and de-
licious treat in
Lemon, orange, grape,
cherry, pineapple and
Yon can always find them at
Bakers. Mayes. Quaker. Shackles
Tulsa Dm?. Younkoans. 46 Star.
2. and at nearly all the leading
PURITY ICE CREAM COMPANY
SPRIGS ’« MEVT
Id id ft* wid ;wiot«
hot ? fell I f
"V**," said the :,Te r faintly.
title remained in me as trustee until
didn't break * wa
js ir theor
“Who 1# It?”
mores’ Otfmpoilf* A man con-
all payments were made and deed de-
t— Away wid vfa
’d *i:|| th" campaign in Mlssix-
dlvvil . ouW he <
io a thrick
BUSINESS PULLER® IN Vr.RSF.
has been arrested for using pro-
>. a ltbUgh Jt I* not even < har-
If any of these purchasers of pro-
perty in this addition are using their
m- Begorra. he h
iad th' be#*r
(By an Herb Doctoer.)
that Ip wa* in the presence of
premises as a place where the law is
Ht-rb* of all kind* into T ltcne I
- Mejk: sfer N'eyti-Capiul.
Totaled, such persons alone are re-
the pardon -of R
ryber* T Is
workman in New York falling out
sponsible for their act.
' Dear Sprit: Plea*
quotation from Uob -
cine, so tn
■y will makt
With Old So
page, we ran
right dope for all til-
cure, and all pain* I
grabbing a-* re
suffered minor injuries,
sort of mat! needed in
During Uie ah-tjue- of
'Dad the bill.
ans the Express t
tbe'office.' UiAiiM*q>i«ntly when
feeling or appropriate • >t tm
Aiful line from A To i a - • •
which reade "l*>frh : • tw-d
end took theta where th>y i ■
* * «•
' “Believe me." said the girl in the
picture show window, "when an old
married g>nk bag,ns buying tooth
brushes and remidies for growing
hair, it’s not long untit you hear the
other lady's name "
C A Hhlled*!}'! I
poker playing t
a "kitty.” Our
poker baa l»e»o
thing about the
i judge hne rttle-1 thet
legal tin lees there Is
experience at pUving
that Um- only
came was holdlue a
Conducted by Cynthiao Gay.
"Dear Mis* <»a v," the fair vhite said,
'My face is so greasy and red,
I writ* you to learn
If it is s’ », : • n.
Or merely a ? ,'d i, n / l.ead’
EYiend Uubine I < aemr o II v hr
Your fae* looks Irit t wtuoea! I’ e.
Tin you send to*.tour heed.
HI examine the red
And return ft- -end KHimn 'it tep.y.
Dear freorgi*1 Fur -.ovr infortr^t rn
highboy gioar s ku>eui.
A round the S tate
can in the1 officer wnis<
we run onw of t|^Mysongs and mu-
sk- we can’t Toncfi Tor its musical
value. NVheh George' was here he
would always smg the songs over a
few times to the “devil" and between
the two a verdiqt was reached and
when the words and music were pronounced
gets good or bod.—Chlckasha Express.
e before he
He is the
g. r. McCullough.
is the time of year
tide water compan,
work Morning Kxamin-
kand that would take the pot.
off 1* a tin-
and looked %r
**I rannot h
1l«t you ar#
then? anyone i
v Sii ”
ill It* «hfktd
1r» U%'irHi£ up her wwoww at the
<iid of tbi» half year Oklahoma finds
th#* hiiafiw on 1he <»a«t f’de of the
irtyer --- Mn^koiy » Pboenhr
(HUahoma draw a tbo Hne at the
Aftfjt* of fb# ‘fkreaf tnNTiran H**o**Tt
when ft ro!»dPto h6v**i.j^rug her itg,
riffHaibl ‘mourrrn Ifwiimiwn Pho#*-
Mak mt hesrd of Ws
W» Vofk riHin-k to she fron* «rkh a
Mm or» botel u> taut four i" TUbiL du*
Numerous petitions from all over
the country are being rushed to (k»v-
rraor General Grey of Canada, pro
Icing agatflst the exeentionn of An-
gelina Neapohtaao. lb* I'aiian wo-
man who was sentenced to death for
the murder of hef husband, who. ac-
cording tho woman's story, tried to
force her to lead a life of shame by
giving her over to the white slave
'ruffle ttotwi-bstandiug the fact she
vfti for th^ fourth tini€*t about to
a fh* aymao c *torr
«* aa ■ *1 it 4 . iBil ii true
Concrete and Cement
OF ALL KINDS SEE
Address 212 S. Frisco
The greatest enemy of chUdhod is
the tape worm. It destroys health and
undermines the constuntron The erert
est enemv of intestinal worms is
WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE. It
removes the worms and helps the
child back to strengUi. rigor and
•cheerfa'.ness Frroe 25c per bottle*
So.d bv all druggist*
Well Cut Clothes
that are Cool and
That describes our summer clothes;
you can wear them any place with
equal satisfaction and confidence.
It will pay ybu to look over our
stock and select a HOT WEATHER
SUIT. Summery Serges, Home-
spuns, English and Scotch Tweeds,
Crashes, Mohairs, Linens, Flannels
and Woo) Crashes are all shown.
$20.00 and Up
Let a POST Classified UHirk frtr
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McCarty, Wirt G. The Tulsa Post (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 143, Ed. 1 Sunday, July 9, 1911, newspaper, July 9, 1911; Tulsa, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1042711/m1/4/: accessed October 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.