Sapulpa Herald (Sapulpa, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 293, Ed. 1 Friday, August 15, 1919 Page: 3 of 6
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Society ill., Jfews
fu rr meece ow»uf, m***1
ffi CALENDAR. ®
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© CANTEEN HUT ®
® Mrs. Lon McKenzie Captain •
; for lhfi Taturday ® Government Makes Elaborate Ar.
<J, Mrs Joe Bruner lieutenant •
® assisted by Mr*. Kd Nysella. «
O®®® ® ® ® ® ® ® ®®®°
MADE LESS EAS1
rangements to Discourage
$ .25 Klcnzo Tar Soap$ .19
shooting in team competition.
Rifle cracks from Belatum. En*-
land and many other foreign coun
tries now are here to measure, skill
with the best this country ran mu*
ter. which Is considerable measuring
cossiderlng that the A K. E team
recently defeated everythin* the Al-
lies could trot out in coir petition cn
the other side.
The most Interacting of the na- j
ttonal matches wiil I* two shot oft
for trophies coveted by rifle teams
everywhere. The first s for th* |
tion concerning the cause of the High the Cabinet of M. Hoin. arr was In
Cost of Living. which is the great 1 rplred by a tendency toward* con
est Issue before tbe American people filiation auch as he had always
at this time. We are. therefore, praised In former Cabinets, one
calling upon every consumer In Creek could not be in dougt as to th.
county to aid us in compiling the in development of the Fren.l «*»irtt
formation necessary to arrive at Just !n th. last years is f..ie the war
who is to blame for the exceedin'!. This is no exaggeration. as one
blah cost of li\ln«. and who are the talked at that time of a visible re
teal profiteers. naoHsauces of tlie Kr« urh nator.
In order to do Ibis. It will take after the InnknipUv of W<> Out
the co-operation of all consumers and Military Allache m Paris. Pe r v n
t, will he n.cessary for this of ire to Winlerfeldt. repeatedly mentions in
ell upon you from time to Mm ft» reports the visibly Hicreostnr ex
alter It. As the latter, however, par-
ticularly under the leadership of M.
Poincare, cither by patriotic convic-
tion or by personal ambition, or be-
, husc they were of opinion that they
w.uld only he aide to maintain in
. ms way their power in tue stiua-’le
nf iwrttes. profresalvely pursued a
olicy more a-min.t C.ermaay. the
1 .eople had 4o lonow suit, bee* ise
in no country in the world is the
G A. Smith and J. E- Thrift left
this afternoon for an auto trip 1 >
Kldorado Springs. Mo.
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Miss Traev Kunz and Miss Minnie
Oaywood departed last night for a
months' visit in l-os Amreles. Cal.
Mr. and Mrs. L. 1* Richard*^ re-
turned this morning from a two
weeks trip is the Ozarks.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Cavwnod and
children of Roswell. New Mexico, are
I he house quests of the formers
brother. W. W. Caywcod and family.
Mrs. George B. Meeker lett this
morning for Dnimright where she
will conduct a Reheknh School of
Attorney and Mrs. W. C. Hod cs
arrived this morning from a weeks’ j
visit with the loriner's parents in
Mr. and Mrs. C. R Long, of Tulsa,
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. 8.
Todd yesterday evening. Mr. Lent
was the first city editor the Herald
Miss I^rrene Parkins arrived home
this morning from Tulsa where she
lias been in the no.dtal to undergo
an operation on her tonsils. She is
getting along nicely now.
The Woman's Home Missionary
society of the First Methodist church
held a meeting in the church parlors
Wednesday afternoon. Plans were
formulated for the work of the cent
ing months A delicious course of
refreshments were served.
All persons intending to attend
the Grand Army Encampment at
Columbus. Ohio, must n. tify Mrs. B.
L. Spruill or Comrade Heard not lat-
er than tomorrow as all names must
tie forwarded to the officials on that
The Sunshine Embroidery club
met yesterday afternoon with Mrs.
Jaw-er Cox as hostess. Tl.e meml ers
present were Mesdamea Joe Rruner,
Kd Kyella. J. O. Anderson. J. Hoo-
per. G. B. Meeker Miss Flcn Meeker
and two (meats. Mrs. H. R. Crutch-
field and Mrs. Archenmn The hos-
tess had preoared an interesting
contest known as the animal content,
which closed with Mrs. George B.
Meeker winner of a dainty prize. A
delicious ice course was served be
fore the organization adjourned to
meet azain In two weeks, the hostess
to be announced later.
TAXES, FINEUND PRISON
Manufacture ef Whisky In Commercial
Quantities Made Eepecially Diffi-
cult—Home Stills Are Offi-
2,300 VOLTS ONLY BURN;
65-FOOT FALL. NO INJURY
KANSAS Y, Mo., Aug. 15.—On-
ly slight burin and bruises were sus-
tained by H. L. Johnson, thirty-six. a
lineman employed by the K. C. Light
and Power company, who fell sixty-
five feet from a pole #n a viaduct
while repairing some vviies. While
working on the pole bis arm came
In contact with a feed wire and 2.300
volts of -.leeirlcltv went through him
He fell to the cinder ballast of a
railroad track, sixty-five feet below.
ST. JOHNS, Aug. 16.—In a driving
rainstorm the Prince of Wales land-
ed here today to receive hib formal
welcome to Canada.
FI JIS LIKE SHIRTS.
LONClN, Aug. 14.—"Shirts are
gradually gaining popularity among
the Fijians." states B. W. Haiti n In
his report on the trade of the Fiji
Islands. “These shirts are usually
worn for ‘dressy' occasions."
Dalton ndds that there is also a
large demand for umbrellas.
Washington. — Ambitious drinkers
who expected to set up their own little
stills and maintain an Individual oasis
against the national drought are to be
checked up. taxed anil policed by the
Internal revenue bureau of the treas-
The bureau sent notice to every col-
lector of Internal revenue of the re-
quirements for registering and paying
taxes on stills. The regulations are
rigid and apparently the only escape
for the Individual defiant will bo In
the home manufacture of the distillery
as well ns the spirits.
Then Is given the following notice:
“Under federal laws and regulations
manufacturers of stills are required
to pay an annual speclnl tux nf $S0
and in addition thereto $20 for each
still or worm for distilling made by
them. AM persons, firms or corpora-
tions thus manufacturing a still or
worm to tie used In distilling are deem-
ed manufacturers of stills. This ap-
plies to all stills capable of the pro-
duction of distilled spirits hilt does
not npply to small laboratory stills
(usually glass) for legitimate labora-
tory purposes or to venter stl’ls which
are not capable of and Intended fot
the production of#d!*tllled spirits. Or-
dinarily laboratory stills are small
constructed of glass and not adapted
to the commercial production of dis-
How Still* Are Defined
"Any stills or worms adapted to the
production of distilled spirits for com-
mercial or beverage purposes are pre-
sumed to be Intended for such use and
in consequence the manufacture there-
I of Involve* the manufacturer In special
' tax liabilities as above. In order to
| remove such presumption In the ease
! of stills and worms Intended to be
used In the manufacture of essential
oils, vinegar and like products and in
purification of water (other than small
glass laboratory stills) the person for
whom such still Is made will be re-
quired to submit to the colleetor evi-
dence under oath showing that the
still Is not to he used for tbe produc-
tion of spirits and setting forth spe
clficall.v the actual purposes for which
It Is to be used.
'The manufacturer of any still, holler
or any vessel to be used for the pur-
lame of distilling must, before the
same Is removed from the place of
manufacture, notify In writing the col-
lector of the district In which such
still, boiler or other vessel Is to he set
up. by whom it Is to be used. Its os
pnelty and the time when the same I*
to he removed from the place of manu-
facture. Manufacturers of stills for
Industrial distilleries are exempt from
the special tax for the manufacture
of such stills, but they are required
to obtain permits for their removal
In the usual manner. Penalty for fail-
ure to tile return of special tax with
In the time prescribed by law Is 25
per centum of the amount of the tax.
Penalty for carrying on the business
of manufacturer of stills without hav-
ing paid the speclnl tHX required hy
law Is n fine of not less than $100 or
more than $5,000 and Imprisonment
of not less than 30 days o.' more than
“All stills set up. whether Intended
for use or not, must he registered
with the collector of the district on
form 2« In duplicate. This applies to
all stills of whatever size or for what-
ever purpose Intended, whether for
distillation of spirits or for pharm
aceutlcal or other purposes except as
to small glass laboratory stills. Pen
alty for failure to register still Is
forfeiture of the still or distilling ap-
paratus which Is not so registered, to-
gether with all personal property In
fbe possession or custody or under con-
trol of such offender and found In his
bnltdlng or In any yard or Inelosure
connec ted with the hnlldlng In which
the snme may be set *p.
Tip for Home Distillers.
“A person who makes a mash fit for
distillation Is held to be a distiller
even though he does not vaporize or
condense the spirit. A mash fit for
distillation Is a fermented beer In
which alcohol Is generated. Obviously
the making of such a ma*h Is not per-
missible In the home brewing of beer
or home production of spirits, since
25 Colgate’s Talc
.15 Jtrkin’a Bath
Soap, 3 for .....
.li Jerkin’s Glycer-
ine Soap, 3 for —
1.25 Jonteel Toilet
.40 Djer Kiss Talc
1.50 Djer Kiss Toilet
15 Palmolive soap,3
.50 Pebeoco Tooth
.76 Coco Butter Cold
.35 Menners Baby
.25 Medicated Skin
.45 Opel a Coffee. 3
.25 Medicated Skin
.25 Woodburys Soap .19
.30 Resinol Soap.....21
.25 Cuticura S »ap -21
.75 Dazira Talcum -5C
.50 Toilet Water -3L
.75 Djar Kiss Face
1.00 Djer Kiss Face
.50 Melba Face Pow-
.75 Love’me Face
1.50 Le Tref.e lace
1.50 • zurea Face Pow
1.50 Flora Mae Face
strength of ambitious minorities
greater than In France. Defers the
war the French themselves had de-
, e I scribed this situation in a masterly
very valuable tn this work. I am. I file. IVrirn s we did not take into
therefore, calling upon all the eon account HUfflcier.tlv the tea* mind
sumers In Greek County to mail of our vestern neighbor in nvr
promptly lo the office of the County | bn king serious manifestations „n
Attorney a Hat of all your purchases
nf auzar from July 15th to August
Great Rntain This trophy g< e* to
the champion long distance shot.
The Leech cup is the oldest rifle
Liophy in the country It was a
gift of Ua.pt. Arthur Rlcsnerhaaeet
Leech, who war captain of the Irish
team that ©om$>eied with the Ameri-
cans in 1874.
Military champion of the United
States is thr> title that S'es with the
winning of the president's match.
The winner also receives uu auto-
graphed letter from the President.
The Marine Corps cup match is united Stale Attorney G neral
open to everyone and always attracts | |*a*e mate this list out today and
a large numberjof entrants.
An Opening of 1514.
\fter having remarked tout French
Socialism h mI not been able to eom-
' list efficaciously this agitation, fleth-
■|i liou'evaids ami failed to J"d-» ,„:inn HolHv<-g proceeds' Hid the
the allocution which took place in year HIM anmunce un amelioration’
li< pm|<er P' -neiiive The strength-1 The elect Iona for the Chamber on
i nins of th general null mal *p4r t j Aprn n.»oited In a firm majority
in a rare .vit'i a martial tradition ,n (HVor of the three years' military
Mich as that o- essed hy the Franck service but the re elecUons in May
'Vere a gi eat success, for Socialists
pitch .mo !lhe janres wrote in L Human te
QUESTIONS AXE ASKED
Mrs. Houuewlft, the piestion of
reducing the high cost >f living Is
now squarely up to you. County
Attorney Earl Foster has today is
:ued a statement seeking informa-
tion on food prices which are to be
i ill plied by you.
If the housewives of Creek County.
12th, inclusive. giving:
1 The dale of purchase.
2 Fro u whom purchased
3 Amount purchased.
4. Price paid. together with the increase
He sure to sign your name and Chauvinist passion, was
■ ive your address in each statement non which «l.arnrtorli'as sll histotl against the uftbridlod evil of na'lo-..
This is dune at the request of the .ml dev.lopioent of this nature Th. antl reaction t>n June 16 the
debacle of 1'Td could n. t he for | KreIlt.h Socialist Congress adopted
( lease make this list out today anc , . often. erhsps snUeons. mnslv. yet
mail it promptly. <" d*f“'
1 was a i|x pulor feeling, and the tno e
• c a-- the Government had the youth
or France systematically educated in
Chauvinism In the achoo'g.
The Lori Province*.
Thill the loss <:( Alsace-Lorraine
iud left no |«a«e in the minds of
; he Fiem n people is undoubtedly in
correct. Certainly 'he idea of the
___ I re-capture of the lost Provinces had
CAlTfTr MR. DEMPSEY. j | ersisted In th......par'monts situs.
WF1RTON W Va. Aug. 15-The! "d in the immediate neighborhood.
My office will he closed until Sep
tember 1st See Mrs Payton at Hr I
Hone's office between to and four
..'dock or call phone 65 fr appoint |
mcnls and ether Information.
DR. G A. FARRIS.
nil respond to this request, the mean
average of all prices may he ob-
tained by Mr. Foster, and therefrom
information on profiteering.
What the state and nation are
cow seeking to do is this:
FIRST: To obtain a legal defini-
tion of profiteering.
SECOND: To secure Information
from consumers relative to a con-
spiracy on the part of tvy> ir more
merchants lo profiteer.
THIRD: To obtain relief fr m
the present obnoxious price rate at
The word profiteering is a r.ew
word, and Just what It takes in its
make up. is not yet kn wn. Wheth-
er the dealer guilty or the crime
must act In concert, or wheth-
er lie may he prosecuted for selling
watermelon* whl. h cost him fifteen
ctnts each at a dollar •> melon as
Mr. Posters plan will work this
Housewives will suhrait on one
day the amount, price, consumer, etc.
of one article, say sugar, for a
month. This statement, and that of
the other women who have submit-
ted price lists, will tie compared, a
general conclusion made, and from
the seriousness or seeming evidence
showing profiteering, the county at
torney will act
Mr. Poster will also submit any
incriminating data to the attorney
general at Washington, where thD
will go to aid in the pushing of food
The first information asked from
every consumer is for information
on sugar. Mr Foster's statement Ib
addressed to the consumers of Creek
largest man in Uncle Sum s artnv
has been discharged and is now on
'he police force here. He Is ^John
Lindsay (Tarmil. and ho stands «
test HI laches in his stoikin- feet
and weighs 27S pounds
Imt lii the r««t of France in the
long run the people would surely
not have declined a real re-approach
moat on this question if the men in
u resolution to he introdmed at the
international Socialist Congress of
Vienna, n which with an appeal to
the declaration of the Social-Demo
< rats of Alsace and to the Congress
of the German Socialists un Jena it
w as demanded that Alsace Uirraine
should he granted autonomy, as by
this the rapprochement between
France and Germany, so necessary
for the world * peace,_ would he MS-
sldnrahly facilitated. The course of
the world's events has taken another
direction over the body of Jaureic
Hut M. Poincare's purpose was netth
cr rapprochement nor autonomy. He
wanted to recapture Alsace-ls>rralne
with the help of Sukomlinoff and bU
Paris had seriously striven , friends.
CALDWELL, V 7^ Aug 15.-The
most Imporint national rifle cham-
pionship matches that ever have
caken place in this country got un-
der way here today on the new rifle
range constructed for the naval de-
partment. The navy has charge of
.he matches this year, tin Innova-
tion considering that the matches al-
ways Ciave been considered as be-
longing to the army. Marine coups
officers, mainly, are in charge.
The matches heginsing today are
an aftermath of smaller and less In-
teresting competition that has been
;oing on fot some time. Teams from , county, and reads:
an over the world have beet, tuning; "This office is using ever ««"'«
up for the big events by preliminary within its power to obtain informs-
Hy VON BETH MAN HOLLWJDO.
(The Late Chancellor of H'inland)
From the flint da.v I could very
plainly .v erve the reason for the
. hanged tone adopted by the French
press from my conversations with
M. Gambon after M Poincare had
assumed power. Up to that moment
the ambassador laid repeatedly de
veil•. e<| in va-.lrtis ways the theri-
that personal relations between t’ e
leading statesmen wheroby he would !
have liked to he mediator, might
have contributed to bring both coun
tries to a basis ot mutual under-
standing n* desired by themselves
Without any doubt he had taker,
part in the protracted negotiations
about Morocco with infinite patience \
and with the goodwill to teach a
Fearer ul solution. However, fnmi
that very moment the Minister wa
visibly altered. He no more touche
on the thesis of the personal rela-
tions, and If he visited me afte
one of his Journeys to Paris, thoueh
he was quite as courteous as before,
he was very rctieent as soon as we
spoke about public spirit in France
in spite of the exquisite French pol
lsh which characterized his words.
Military Attach-* Report
He avoided every indication that
Uncle Sam Says
That grocers must seH goods very low.
To do this we must
SELL FOR CASH
Hereafter this Rtore Mill be on a ntrictlj*a*h
I'UHia and »e will *ell groceries and meats on an
close a margin hr they can be handled.
It id our aim to please onr cubtoro*TR and to do
this we handle only the beat meats, fruita, Yeg-
etablea, melons, staple and fancy groceries
Honey Bee Flour Make»
Good Bread All the Time
C. S. HARPER
Cath Grt-ccry and Meat Markit
Hey© ¥®m &©m the Efew Sh©©©?
There’s a treat in store fo. every man and woman in Sapulpa at
our store for *he new fall shoes are her...
/We’ll gladly show them '" vou whenever you have time to stop in.
A ND too, we ’nave them "need m sell retail,*^ prices ,heL“ianuj4^*rn)5^
asking tor them wh« I s le
But if vou do not tak- adv*
PRICES, you will fin 1 f ut w
on m.v .o' b-lieve hv the « otid'hons exist,
f them NOW, "V-n at these PRESEN 1
i ice- ' avF ^Of e
IF glHIOES €AW BE MAID AT ALL
Communism may come to the aid
of Cupid hero. %
•Fearing that returning soldiers will, j" ^^^-^' ^nufacturer liable a.
t»e deterred from'marrying and m»k-. ^ |)1)dt d,M1,,pr. Penalty for Illicit
ing homos for themselves because ot
the hlgh.cosk ef furniture, an enter-
prising? cormnmilst ha-t suggested
that the government commiinl/e the
old furniture Iflislness. He says the
stqfes charge too much, 'jrhereas if
the aoversment took them* over
there'd be nothin* In the way o!
returning soldiers making homes for
themselvea. . ♦
dlstlllntlon Is forfeiture of the distil
lery nnd distilling apparatus and all I
distilled spirits and raw mnterlnls for
tm> production of distilled spirits found
on the distillery premises, and a flue
of not less thnn $!500 or more than $-V
000 and imprisonment of not less th«™
' six nfonths or more than three yearn.
’ Try‘the Herald.Want Ad*Way. #
SHOPS- a r I - hoo' sh e for the b >v or girl.__
B. P. SHOE ST01E
\«M IMIOH Tf» FIKST
N \1 lONAL HANK
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