Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 3, Ed. 1 Friday, September 21, 1917 Page: 2 of 12
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PONTOTOC COUNTY IS
IN EXCELLENT SHAPE
Despite Hot Winds and Boll
Weevil Damage Cotton
Crops Are Good.
Ppwlal to Tna World
ADA. Okla. Sept CO. The farmers
of l'ontoloc county nre In excellent
Miape nri'iiriliiiK to reports Mint nro
coming In from nil pnrlH. While the
cotton crop is not a known quantity.
tlio price Is uiiusuiilly Komi nml much
money will he oliltilucd from It. The
corn crop whs cut nlioiit till per cent
by the (Iroiilh nnil hot w Inils tint lit
thnt It will uvcriiKe ti inn ml twenty
bushels an iint' which menus a profit
While the holl worni Iiiih In lured
colli ii. It Ik Kiiienilly behoved
now Hint ii normal crop will he the
result. The normal pi oiluctlon for
I'ontotoc in it c u twenty five thou-
sand luilcs. anil the crop iiiikIiI to
funk" Hint many. This In quite it drop
from former inIIiiiiiIih On AiikuhI 1
the funnels hail the hent cotton out-
look In yearH. Kmimaten jmt the pro-
duction ax hh:h ii m iiii.iinii or ;i:iiihi
haleH then came the wet weather and
Feed cropH especially those plant-
ed late me making ahiiiiilant ly. Sunc
funnels plowed up poor Htandn of rot-
ton and planted late corn ami will
harwKt thirty ami forty IiumIh'Ih nn
acre from this. IHheiK planteil late
20 Cents Each
3 for 50 Cents
12 for $2.00
Sold ill 'I'lllsa liy
M Ui-OfcbT HNLt
Horn hum kaflra nnd pens all of
which h.ivB made bin yields. Soy
heiuiH lire flmllnif a place on name of
the faruiH hIhii. I 'ennuis have never
done better. Outs were fair In the
Hprlnir. Instead of shipping feud Into
his county iih wan the en a few
yearn hko the funucis thiH year will
have Home to Hpare. t
Money has hern made on hoi's this
Hummer In spit-! of the hiuh pi Ice of
feed. One farmer cleared $.'u0 on
wntermelonH. (iraieH npplcH Knrdcn
crops and poultry have been souicch
of revenue. I.ate itardeiiH are flour-
ishing ami they ore WciiiK kI vt-n un-
DISTRICT COURT ADJOURNS
II villi? ( P ared Docket Trlliiinul W ill
Nut llpciiilc I'liltl cl Week.
KollowliiK Hie conviction In tn
count v court yesterday of Itoherl
I'owoll and Art hie Holmes on liquor
law violation clmrri'N. the coint nd-
lourned until Momlay li:tliii; cleared
the docket to date.
Towel) was sentenced to serve slxfV
"lavs In the county Jail and to pay a
fine of Han Holmes was Klen n
sentence of jr.fl nnd sixty days.
Ijite yesterday evening the comii
nttornrv'x office filed five n nt. imanist
Mis II. II. Ilriidlev a ml her honilH-
inen to forfeit the Ninety money
pledged ;ii:ainst Mrs. Hridlcy'n up-
pearame In court to trial on five
charges for violation of liquor laws.
Kuril Imhi I was rIKi and was signed
hv .1. W. Holler and M. J. Ijithon.
M i k. I'.iaiih'v failed to niipear yester-
day when the casi s against )ier wern
RECEIVES SCHOOL EARNINGS
I 'went y-Nu
'I Iioiihi) ml Kollurs Is the
I'ail of Stale I and.
of th- perniancnt enm-
iiinii school fund for the past lc
moi.tiisi cndim; July I. amoiiti to
JJ.'i.iM I. hiivo heeu received ;m Tul-M
cotinly's part of the Htatc fund. I'M
I 'niton county 1 1 ;ijoii ir Htated yes-
tcrdny. This money will he ilia-
trlhntisl anions the county schools.
The common Mihool fund "nrnlnt-'s
Is tlie Interest on moneys coming from
school lamls In the state the greater
part of which cnrniiiKi coming from
lease money and royalties on the
s; related oil and pin school lands.
Ilool letters AriuiMil.
Sii ii in 'i ii.. w i.i i.i.
HA ltTIi:s'I.I.K. nkla.. Sept. 20.
HootlecifiTH are aroused over the
latest report that n disgruntled mem-
hrr of the fraternity tipped off fed-
eral officers as to the location of the
booze farm which was rallied tni
otlicr day ami 4'jriO half pints of
Unexcelled Cereal Beverage
Puritan is such a bright livly healthy bever-
age that it is enjoyed by everyone at home and at
first-class hotels cafes soda fountains and drug stores.
Adds zest and life to suppers parties and
Puritan is a beverage with positive
merit better than just non-intoxicating.
It's pure wholesome invigorating.
The ideal all-year-'round drink that
makes for lusty good health.
Puritan is packed in cases of
2 dozen 10-oz. dark amber
bottles. Also packed in casks
of 12 dozenj
Made Only By
The K. C. B. Company
Kanaaa City Missouri.
A. K. DAWSON
Tulsa - - - Oklahoma
3 t - Mhe1eriouti' Terry l
CnniliiK to the I'nlace four daya
COME TO TULSA
Two YouiiKNtcrs 1 1 Years Old Sock-
ing AiHcnlurc ii ml Mn Ik:
Work l.cl't Home.
Two runaway hoH larKe for tielr
use which la 14 yearn left their home
In I lilwoi th Okla. on foot last Mon-
day mornini; and arc prohahly Ncck-
Iiik employment somewhere In the vl.
i Inity of Tulsa.
Henry ChamherM has hlue eyes re1
lialr a freckled fuce anj a liump over
his left eye. He la dressed in bluw
Ncrpp. troiisera Rrey cout llKlt sliirt.
Idue cap new shoes.
flrty Philips his companion had
daik hair and eycx and a round face
lie was dressed In a new hlue scree
suit Idue shirt new' shoos nnd .-
rud n watch. Hither of these noya
inicht he taken for IS years old and
they will prohahly think their parents
seek work in the oil field or on the
farm as motor-car drivers.
Itewaril for detention or Information
will he paid hy II. S. Chambers of Dil-
DAILY WORLD FRIDAY
Sunday September 23.
"SAGE OF TISHOMINGO"
TO RELEASE PLATFORM
Rumor Hath it Murray Will
Warble Neat Hymn of Praise
to Oil Fraternity.
Democratic politics will receive u
contribution In the near future m
the form of a state mention the IssueM
which William II. Mnrrny of Tisho-
inltiKO may lmse his candidacy for the
Much Is the Information that has fil-
tered throuKh the barricade which
M irray has erected around himself. Jl
Is reported that the former coiiKiess-
nian "father of the constitution" etc..
etc.. has the principal timbers of his
platform neatly hewed and reudy 101
the approval of his friends.
The oil Industries are piven promi
near place in Murray's hill of fare
which lie proposes to serve to the en
franchised diners. In fact a nent lit-
tle hymn of praiso has been prepared
for the Iis'.eninB ears of those who
nave Interested themselves In the oil
resources of the state. Hut accord
mir to rename Information no spe-
oiii: pruuuseH win ne maue as iu
reforms contemplated. A general
statement probably will be made to
the effect that the oil Industries
should he pivcn as fair treatment as
any otner industry In the state
No more laws hut the modification
and amplification of those we have
wherever necessary will be a Murray
plank. tine of the hltr features ot
Murray s comyij; pronunctamento it
his well-known stand for the re-estab
llshment by the next legislature of the
schools suspended by rjovernor Wil
liams' veto of appropriations.
It Is also stated that Murray has
not committed himself to making the
rare. nor will he do so with the an
nouncement of principles. If Is
nountrui thoiUh if anyone believes
that the "Kiikc of Tisliiminiro" Is at
iu l likely to hack out.
LEGLESS MEN IN CANADA
Walton Tells of ('0111111011 Sights (n .ll
World Capitol Bureau
flia Cnmpliell HulMlnf.
t 'MiAilOMA t'lTY Sept. 20. J. C.
Walton city commissioner who has
Just returned from a trip thru the
north visltiiiK Toronto Canada savs
that armless and lenlws men nre a
.union Niaa in 1 ne imadian me
tropolis. More than ninety thousand
men went from that city ho was told.
10 ine trencnes In I-'rance. Mnny did
not come back at all; others did but
in a horrlhle condition from wounds
they received. lie was told a 'story
or now- n Canadian trooper while
pnsoner in a (iernmn ramp was lnoc-
rulated with hydrophobia jrerms and
men turned loose. Tim rohlicr re
lurncit nonio and n few u.vs airo bit
his little son. The boy was' In a Tor
onto hospital suffering from rabies.
"SOUP" HAULERS CARELESS
liurttcsvillc CltlM'iis AroiiMil When
Mtit-(.lyccrlu lasscs Tru City.
Spinal to Th World.
15AUTI.K.SVIIJ.R Okla.. Sept 20.
. nm.M orivers or Kiycerin wagons
""'i' ccriam practices wnich aro en
nanirennj? tne lives of the people of
nariiesviiie. citizens threaten to take
drastic measures In forcing them to
quiu tirriclals of (tlycerln companies
"' u-rn 01 :ne nnper of the
people and unless they check the
dancer they are liable to be made de-
fendants in a number of damage
Drivers are charged with hauling
glycerin thru the streets of I'nrtles.
vllle altho there Is a city ordinance
which forbids It Drivers are also
charged with leaving stock and empty
cans in their automobiles and wagons
which are allowed to stand in front
of barns nights. Just a year ago a
man who had been hauling glvcerln
back and forth thru the citv niet a
tragic death Just outside of the city
when the stock "went up".
WOMAN TO TKACII C.VXMXO
Sapulim Women to larn Art by
Paid Agent of Oeok County.
Wiwl.l Crrrk County Biiiaa
JIHU Kant I lob. on.
SAl'rU'A Kept 20. Miss Jessie
May I'rlce who was employed re-
cently by the county as woman larni
demonstrator reported for duty heis
today. Miss I'rlce came to Sapulpa
from Wewoka where she has been
engaged in similar work for some time
and Is thoroly equipped to bundle the
work In Creek county.
Her flr.it efforts will be devote.! to
stimulating and developing the boys
and girls' clubwork In every part of
the county. Hhe.will make a spe-
cialty of teaching housewives food
conservation and the art of making
bread with mixed flours. Her head-
quarters will be In the office of the
county farm demonstrator In the
Arrest far Owners.
Sprrial to Tha World.
COl.UNSVII.LE. Okla.. Sept. 10.
Many local car owners have been ar-
rested here for nonpayment of stats
fees. It Is estimated that fully one-
third of the curs In this city are being
driven w Knout a state license. '
SEPTEMBER 21 1917
I BILL MAYFIELD MAKES
A SATISFACTORY BOND
Had Keen Arrested in Rogers '
County by United States
"mil" Mayfield. alleged stick-up
man and whisky Introducer who has
been languishing In the Tulsa rounty
Jiil for the past two veers suc-
ceeded In making tond yesterday nnd
last night was fraternizing with
kindred spirits and dotallng to the
"liovs" how his and "Casey" Jones
recent whisky expedition came to
.'udge J. H. Wllkins. V. S. commis-
sioner finally ae-cptod It. O. Hums
and (i. L. Holt oj "Hill's" bondsmen
after holding the matter up pending
an InvcKtlgntlon of their financial re-
rourera The bond was fixed at
- Mayfield was a member of "Casey"
Jones' crew of liquor runners who
were caught hv Special Officer T. K.
Hrentn and e-sslstants coming v thru
lingers countv with two automobiles
loaded with whisky.
1'eter Wloderman. arrented several
(invs ngo on a charge of introducing
was arraigned yesterday ond Commis-
sioner Wllkins fixed his bond at 1500.
A necro porter at the Otter rooms snld
Wlederman give him Ulls of lading
for a trunk and told him " "A. . TV
PaWs" would direct him where to take
it. Investigation shewed that
"Davis" was a fictitious name. Of-
ficer found the trunk heavily loaded
with liquor and alcohol.
Vlnlcrinnn nssurod the commis-
sioner that ho had never been In
trouble with the federal courts before
and upon this showing he was allowed
tiie minimum bond which ho exe
cuted and was released.
FATHER FINDS DAUGHTER
AFTER MONTH'S SEARCH
liciiriitcd nt Trances Willard Hume
1 (illowing Sciiiratlon During
Hunt for Work.
Father and child were reunited yes-
terday aftor each have been lost to
the other for nearly a month when
If. H. Humphrey called nt the
Frances Willard home for his little
daughter Hessie 13 years old. About
three weeks ago Humphrey left his
little daughter with a friend in
Keifer Okla. while he came to Tulsa
to. hunt a position. Several days after
his departure his daughter who had
some money ho had left her. decided
she would also como to the magic
She did nnd after wandering
-wound the streets for hoyrs without
seeing her father a policeman asked
her where she was going. 8he told
him her trouble and he took her to
the station nnd turned her over to the
matron. An Attempt was made to
find the father but no Information
concerning him could be learned. She
was then taken to the Frances-WII-lard
In the meantime the father re-
ceived word from Keifer that his
child had disappeared. He returned
and commenced to search which
ended in the reunion at the home yes-
terday. He Is employed by a refining
company In West Tulsa.
MAYES OUT AGAIN IN AGAIN
Obtains 'Release 011 Writ of Hanons
Corpus Hut Is Quickly Ilcarrctitcd.
S. D. Mn yes' joy was short-lived yes.
tcrday. He was' arrestee Monday hy
the police and was held for anmner
stnto. He Fousht a writ of habeas
(orpus Wednesday evening. This was
granted yesterday afternoon hy Judge
X. K. McNeil of the district court anu
Chief of I'ollce Lucas was ordered to
turn him loose.
Mayes was met at the door of the
city jatl by a deputy sheriff who in-
formed him that the county wished to
take up a small matter with him. He
was arraigned before John J. Slack
.lust Ice of the peace on a charge of
having stolen an automobile in Texas.
He failed to make a bond of J 3000 and
was committed o the county Jail with
trial set for Wednesday.
YWiCS ATTKSIIT TO IU.OW S.U'K
Kcllyyillo Citizens Rout Men Who
Would Rob liiancial Institution.
Worlrl Criek County Hurran
119 K" Hubaon.
KKLlYVIIXK. Okla. Sept. 20.
Yeggs who attempted to rot) the
Kellyville State bank at this place
some time last night were irlghtencd
away before they could blow the safe.
The only thing missing when nana
To fit everywhere withoui 'pinching
anywhereis the Beacon idea of shoe-
comfort which accounts for the'
free elastic step of the Beacon-shod
man : his feet are happy.
F M.HOYT SHOE COMPANY
""::!' 11 uj1" '-i .i "
Our showing of high grade clothes for fall is com-
plete. You'll find every new style here
from the makers of
Stein-Bloch Clothes and
Society Brand Clothes
The foremost producers of fine clothes in
SUITS-$20 $22.50 $25 $27.50 $30 $35 as high
0VERC0ATS-$15 $18 $20 $25 $27.50 $30 $35
$40 $45 $50 $60 to $100.
employes opened the Institution this
morning was nn automatic Savage re-
volver. Kn trance to the bank was mane oy
removing the glass from the tran-
som ut a rear door. Several suspi-
cious strangers were noticed about the
town yesterday and last night and a
close lookout was kept for any sign
of a depredation. Sheriff John Woof
ter of Sapulpa was notified and is in-
vestigating. The K-lncrOak Flooring offers a
most economical nnd satisfactory way
of modernising your old pine floors
In old houRes. ns It can be laid right
over the old floor. It Is also very pop.
ular for laying over cheap sub-floors
In new houses and can be purchased
from the W. H. Pickering Lumber
Company. I'honc 1 333. Adv.
Reduce the high cost of living by
having John I'eterson paint your
Ik use or do your papering. All work
guaranteed. I'hnne 2387
Darrow Music Co.
J-I1I IXst Third Street.
Maker. Mtrgter NewHamwhl
' ' " i I. ... . u j
A Mother Wants Her Letter
Eaton 111 ."I wish you would pub-
lish this lett?r for the benefit of young
pirls. My daughter suffered greatly
from female trouble with cramps and
headache and backache most of the
time. She never felt like working and
it seemed as though she was sick all the
time. I decided to try Lydia E. Pink-
ham's Vegetable Com)ound and it has
helped her in every way in fact it has
really cured her for she no longer has
periodic pams and no more headache
or backache and I want all young girls
who suller as she did to know aboi't it."
Mrs. Alma Mills Eaton 111.
Another Girl's Experience.
New Castle Ind.-"From the tima
I was eleven years old until I was seven-
rBKneredLet.ch month "o I had
to be in bed. I had headache backache
fv!L?h J?11" Vui cramP double
every month. I did not know what it
was to be easy a minute. My health
was all mn down and the doctoi Id d
Hi e aT R00f A neiphbor told
r Ut Lydia E I'inkham'i
cgetable Compound and I took it
ar.f now I feel like . new person. 1
-don't suffer any more and I amTeeuIar
TON 822 South 15th St. Newcastle. Ind.
Girl who are troubled as these young
women were should immediately geel
E. Pinkiam'i Vegetable Compound.
wKeti you Tan bay for 25c bos of
atop falling hair at onoa and 0a iai.
the rcsulta after uainf ivSrSw?
Bit-- JiL ITP"k ruarantMd.
Jf3" "" weeipt of .tarn.
AOOrrS WANTED tVOIYWHniK
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