Sapulpa Herald (Sapulpa, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 268, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 17, 1917 Page: 3 of 4
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MINS KaYK HKKSIC:
SOCIAL CALENDAR FOR ®
THE WEEK ®|
Junior Symphony club will. ®
have called meeting between. ®
ten and eleven n. m. *t borne ®
of Mra. P. S* Castanien. . ®
RdVal Neighbor* meet In
M. tC A. meet* in Pa.Wie
hall. ' * • .
K. of P. meets In Odd Fel-
loWn hall. * - •
. Wootyawu school library op-
en to patrons between • hours
of two and four.
Mrs. /ohn Fa light and Mrs.
Mrs. J.‘ C. Leonard direcf the
•work of Red Cross.* *
Rebekahs nfe* t in Odd Fel-
• Red Cross wbrk> room op-
en under direction of'.Mrs. Ed
Brodte, Mrs. Phil J. Lehnhard
ami Hr*. Harry M. Corss.
Good Will club meets in the
Red Cross work rooms.
Itandiant Chapter - O. K. S.
•)’ meets in Masonic ball.
® Red Croks work room open
® under direction of Mrs. Oscar
® Campbell and Mr*. Leon
K. and L. of S. meets in the
• Moos.iieart legion meets in
® ' Payne hall.
® Mrs. Lowe and Mrs
® Moore direct work in Red
® Cress room.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Cohac.gi and
daughter Helen departed today for
a summer at Colorado.
o o o
^"here will be a railroad men's
meeting on Friday evening at eight
at the home of K. L. Gard-
o o o
Miss Ethel Buffer tnd Miss Otis
Ware Cushing are the guests of
Miss Virginia ^’are an operator at
. 0*0 0
Mr. and Mra Knollel of Tulaa
motored to Sapulpa yesterday and
were* the siwrsta of Mr. and Mrs.
a a a
J K i ilsa this
^morning to i.-lt his wife a. th«-Tul-
. *a hospital who’ Is reported «o be
g ' much .worse today.
o u a
gl J. H. Brooks of ttie liucjn e Mis
gjsion is home from a big jaunt east. t
. tie visited nine states and attended
g a special school --
or + • *
. i. frivole, the perfume, of perfumes,
. th a fragrance that it lasting. Try
C. W. Harmony spent Sunday in
o a a
Mrs. J. W. Manning of East Dew-
ey* is ill with appendicitis.
a a a
Miss Lucile Frier of Nowata was
the guest of friends here yesterday.
a a a
Miss Ruby Davis had as her guest
yesterday Miss Jessie .Twist of
a. a o'
Einry Jepnipts- and family re-
turned from.an overland trip to Mr.
a a o
George M Collins returned' yester-
day from a business trip to New
• 0*0 p
Mr. and Mrs. EX Bartlett departed
yesterday upon an overland trip to
F. H. Cheshire and family dbjiart-
ed'this morning upon an overland
trip to Minnesota.
. o a a
Miss Grace deeds will depart to
nfiht for a two weeks visit at her
home In West Virginia.
a d a
C. C. Wolf.! of Kelljville is a Sa-
pulpa visitor today. He reports a-
big rai nthere Sunday.
o a a '
Mra., W. Keister departed today
dor Philadelphia whert- she was
called by-the illnes^s at her father
o a o •
• • ,
The. Bible' Study class number It!
will m*g*t tomorrow evening at $
o'clock ->(l the home of C. H. Warren.
o a a
. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Wlnget and
soh, Albert, and Mra. Wlnget*s moth*
er, Mrs. T. D. Wade and *on, Mel-
vin.of Rich port, .111% were the guests
• of Tulsa friends yesterday.
10c Par Roll, Any Sira
Film packs, any size, 15c. Prints
up to including 2 1-4x3 1-2 36c dor.
and other sizes up to including
3 1-2x5 1-2, 50c doz.
Let our film experts give you bet-',
ter results. Eastman Kodaks,
Films ami all'Kodak supplies sent
anywhere' promptly, all charges
prepaid. Send us your next roll
and let us convince you we are
doing highest grade work. .
ShmuImn. I Ik la. Kodak llapi.
a bottle. Cowman's Pharmacy. 1
a a a •
Mrs. George Collins and daughter
Lorene have returned homt) from
Michigan where they spent . two
weeks at St. Joe, near the lakes.
o a a
Mrs Ed Brodie, Mrs. Phil'J. Lehh-
Ijard and Mrs. Harry M, Cross, will
direct the work in the Red Cross
work rooms tomorrow.
The Presbyterian ladies Will sew
at the Red Crops work rooms on
Wednesday afternoon. All of the. la-
dies are urged to be present.
* o o o
Circle B of the Baptist Missionary
society will meet fomoi row after-
noon at three b'clock at the home of
Mrs. Boone, 1138 East Linooln.
o o o
The members of the Good Will
club will meet on Thursday after-
noon at -the Red Gross work rooms.
All members are urged to attend.
a a a
Radiant Chapter O. E. S. will meet
Thursday evening in Masonic hall
for Iheir regular weekly meeting.
All members urged to be present.
. a a a
Mrs. John Sartor! -and daughter
(Gladys will depart' tonight for Col-
orado where they expect to spend
the remainder of the summer months.
* o o o
Mrs'. H. IX. Bgrtlett arrived home
yesterday ’rom^ Colorado. SheShe
will return totnorrow accompanied*
Uy Mr. Bartlett and spend the re-
mainder. of tlse summer.
a o u
• Frlvole, Talcum Powder, perfume,
face powder and toilet water equally
good and.al! par excellent. Made
in Paris .and "New- York'. Get it at
in a body to Dr. Hoover's home.
Mis.- llezel Morgan pr< d the
gift after making a speech in which
she set forth the gratitude of the
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Atty. and Mrs. U O. Lytle and
daughter Katherine departed yester-
day upon Jan overland trip lo Mon
tana and other western states where
they expect to spend a month.
o' a o
Mrs. O. E. Knight* who has been
serious^r ill will depart* soon for
Colorado where she hopes to regain
her health. On actoiillt of her ill-
ness she will hear no more of her
classes in expression during the re-
mainder of the season. She also
wished to thank the mem* rs of the
J'-nion Dramatic clufl for ’tie fruit
at*) flower- st ut lo her dor In; her
long illfless •
Thelma is coming-* to stay. Thel-
ma always stays where she Is known.
Women love hA • • 1
On Sunday, July 1$, at Pasedena.
Cal., Miss Hath Evans, sister of Mrs.
Carl Morris, formerly of Sapulpa.
was married with a pretty military-
ceremony' to Albert Dell, -of Company
I, with the Sergeant of 'tl\gt com-
pany as’best-man. Air of the piem-
bera of the company were present,
apd forming an aisle across the en-
tire length -of the room stood at at-
tention during the performance of
the .ceremony. Miss Evans is.” well
known here among the younger set
having attended school here a num-
ber of years. She *wifl continue to
make her home' fn California.
O O b
Remember, Frivole is- the name of
the best talcum powder, perfume,
face powder and toilet water made.
These you'll find at Cowman's Phar-
macy. * 1
We desire to express our sincere
thanks to our many friends for their
kind acts and for the beautiful flor-
al offerings during the fitness and
death of our loved one.
• Ira Kirby and Children,
• P. JB. Cross and family.
> G. E. Cross and wife.
M. H. Smith.
Cleaning Rifle Barrels.
2965 Brown. Spencer. 141-2 South
2960 Burns, Temple Eloazo, 115 S.
2967 Broome, Georg-- Edridge, 10 1-2
2JR-.8 Badger, Eric Nolen. 213 W.
2969 Ilgigham. Edgar Bartlett. 1 !«•
, ,kV. Hojjjon
2970 Bartlett, Ro>*r Henry. I-U-1
• / Main
•• C *
2971 4'l»'k, Grady * 115 South
Poplar. ' < *
2972 * DeCobb. Jesse. 123’S/.foplar.
2973 Cox. Adolphup Ray, l<m 8
Mounds. * . ..
2974 Campbell. Ralph Nell. 12* S I
2975 Cady, John Keix^ll^ S., Pop
lar. % • J
2*76 Crump, John W.. ,233 W Dew *
«y. • |
“977 Clifk Walter Clarence. • lx>e A-
Water. * "*
2973 Cooper. Fred J. 127. South
Mounds. . .
2979 Cooper, Homer Harrj, 12 N. ]
2980 lavis. Eugene Floyd, 109 W.
• * Thompson.
2931 Daniels, Hafr.v, 119 8. Mounds.
2932. J)ye, Connie A.. 213 W tjrwry.
2982 Davis. John W.. 2<»0 W. Hob-
. The Best Pictnre in Ten Years
, • IM THE GREATEST l’KOIlL'CTIoV
rilE UNWRITTEN I
I A £
A Picture I hat Strike* to tlic Very Core. Aii
•' Emotional I*f«v of TeiiMe Ilramatie -V|>peal.
iO and IO 3t■ ■ <f
Hrroefi l ime: I: MImO-S: I*. M. .
m i» n i<: s s
2985 Dixon. Floyd L.. 115 S. Pop-
3986 Doty, George Wm.
Main. • .
E ’ .
Ealy, Wm. Herbert, 26 S. Main
Filvorite, Leroy, 117 W. Dewey.
0.. 34 12 * 8-
Gardenhire, Wilburn, 23
2993 Gibson. Wm.' Hampton. 14 S.
29?4 Green, Nifthan.' 112 S. Hickory.
2995 £antx Kenneth Carlton. 113
2996 Qoebel, GroVer L., 7 8. Bur-
2997 Hillsberry, Lee, 723 S. Poplar.
•Mr. and .Mrs. W. S. Kiser have re-
turned nonie from Grtdley, Kas.,
where tht-y were called to attend the
funeral of .Mr Kiser's sister wiio
died suddenly last week.
Mr and Mrs. W. C. Farmer r.
turned_ In)foe yesterday from Musko-
gee where they went on a fishing
trip on the Grande river. They
were the guests of Mr . Farmer's sis-
lert Mrs. Tew.
. o a a
The Woman's Home and Foreign
Missionary society of the Union
church on North Heights will meet
on Thursday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. John Rankin wit^ Mrs. Ran-
kin and .Mrs. Roy Cobbs as host-
Hsses. All of* the ladies on North
Heights are requested' to attend.
The A O. U. NVX lodge held its
regular meejing last night in the
Odd Fellows hall. A business ses-
sion wa^ held during which an .au-
ditors report of the.last six months
wortt of the financier, and receiror
was read. The next "meeting will be
held in one. week. *
In order to show "their apprecia-
tion for the untiring efforts a’nd in
threat of their instructor. Dr. J. \V.
Hoover, the class in Red Cross work
on the eve of their "examination, pre-
sented him with a .thermos bottle
and^ .case. Tbe class members met
at the City Drug Store and tourneyed
The best wqy to clean the barrel ot oj,,,8 Hollenbfck. FloviL 122 W. Lee.
a rifle is to get a “pull-thn-ugb." ThU Hampton, Smith Bert, General
Is a piece of cord which wrlll past • .. ..
thmngh the barrel, '.with a weight al . ’
one end. apd two loops at the other 300,1 °ren M" U W
In the loop nearer the weighted end Thompson. >
place n piece of oily rag. and draw 3001 Harris, ofen W., 9 S. Elm.
fhls through the rifle barrel until It li 3002 Itayter, Henry,. 235. W. Hob-
cl an. This Is the method used lr * son.
the army. The following are two easy 30IC' Hardlsty. -T. R , 105- N. Indt*-'
trtethods of cleaning guns and rifles , nendenee •
If a' muzzle-loader, atop up the nippli • • . .. .... . 3037
or communication hole with a little j 3ft04 «oward' Henry.. uU 12 Norjh j
wax; «r. if a breach-loador. insert *
cork in the breech rather tightlf; m-x'
pour some quick-silver Into the lew
Hamburg, Ross, 25 N. Pofllar.
rel. and put another cork In the muz jordon '0|and Kov 217
zte; then proceed to roll It up nnr D« we\
down'the barrel, shaking It about fn .'
a few minutes. The mercury and tli* ..3007 Jordan. Sandy. 19 N. Mounds,
lend will form an amalgam, and lean 3o-'8 Jarboe.. Janu-s Winson, .103 S.
the barrel it’s clean nnd free from lent Burnett,
ns the first day It came out of th« . .
Shop. The same quicksilver can In ^ Kirkp.'trirk. Ihfayette li.." St.
r*»p4»atedly .by stn*lnliiK (• . * .
Yljroiiirh wash leather; for the l«*ai arm* •
will be left behind In the leather, anf ’ 1,1 Kirtland. (.--orge M , 12 ' 2 N.
3011 -Kllngensinilh, -Samuel
• min.. 14 1-2 N. Main.
Hester. Roy L, 118 S.
L , "
lxmsdale, JoiS. Wm., 23
London, Newt , 121 S. 'Burnett.
the quicksilver will be again fit fi».
In Days of Hard Drinking.
In the days of George IV, when abil-
ity to drink hard was regarded ns a
.mark of' distinction, every glass on the
table was dedicated to one or other
dignitary.". The guest who dared to
omit mu* part of this elaborate baccha-
nalian routine was looked upon and
treated as. an unclubable fellow, the
spirit being Identical with that of the
“had man’’ of Bret Harte's stories who
emptied his pistol Into anyone who re-
fused to drink with him.
301*5 * Lane, Otis Jt.. 108. N. Mail*.
•310i6 • LowTher, Radq li., 105 South
Lynch, Fountain Francis, 9
S. Burnett. * •
Leonard, S. M. . •
2019. McCartefl, Gee., Hiihory St
3020 McMann, RoU-rt Ias-. 26„ ti
3021. McCroVv, Karl Edward. 229 W.
Dewey. • * • *. •
3022 McMasters, -Donakl Howard
120 W. Lee.
31023 McGuire, Geo Russell. 216 N.
3024 Murptc. Ralph 'Oliver, 26 S
3025 Marler, Arthur Wesley,. 109 W.
* Hobson. * .
3026 Miller. Walter J., 107- West
3027 Moon, Glayk Edward. 141 S.
BurneM, . Gen. Del.
3028 Moulder. Sanford Milton. 201
3029 Markart, George Edgar*. Box
• 792. '
3030 Miller, Clifton. 24 1-2 S. Main
3031 Mathena, Cecil H„ -2 N. Hick-
ory. • *.
3032 Neville, Earle Bartlett. 113 S.
Pdplar.' . • •
2033 Nobel'. "Wm. H., 108 S. Hick
ory- . * .
”034 Nickolson, Floyd Russell, 337
W , Lee..
. ' P
30.35 * Perkins. Horace E., 119 North
3036 Pittman. "Walter Ben/., 119 W
Pickering, Dohn Welser, 11 N.
Penn, Geo., 19 S. Indepeiid-;nce.
Pfklton, Marshall W. 1J1 South
I . Burnett..
3040 Prnnington, Eugene, 11X S. In-
3041 1-osey,' Lee' Andrew, Gen. Lfel.
3042 Price, .Charles, 17 N. Poplar
3043 Parker, ' Jack John. 316 West
3044,*.Paterson, Clarence, a His. (X t
Mark. 112 S. Mslwi
3045 T’hzllips, Jeff. 108 S. Poplar.
3046 Powell. Glen, 26 S. Mounds
3047 Rhenark, John 'Jerome, jr„
118 S. Hickory.
3048 Reed. George Wm.. 12. North
.3049 Robert, Albert J . 14 1-2 North
3050 Kh* mark. Jami s Wm , 10 N
Wai( For The, Risi
• • .
• % •
• • *
Regius Truly, .July
W«<cli For The Big
3051 Rose, Geo. H., 14 W. Hobson.
3052. Ross. Arthur C„ 121-S. Mounds.
3033 Rush. Hqtly, 312 S. Independ
3054 Swilzler. Claud-- C., 6 ‘South
HOUSEWIVES FOOD CONSERVATION PLEDGE •
I will Jo'n you in 4he service- of food conservation for the na-
tion. and -I hereby *aecept membership 1q the United States
Food Administration, pledging myself to carry out the directions
and advice of the food administrator In the conduct of my
.household insofar as jny circumstances will permit. '
Street or R. F. •.............City
Count/ ....................... .State
Number in family ..................Do you have a cook?
Have you a garden? ..........Occupation of husband.........
Cut out this coupon, *gn and mail to Food Administrator,
iConservatlon Division. Washington, D. C.
A Poor Counter. .
“He’s an expert accountant."
“I don’t believe !♦.”
• “Why not 7" >
•*1 played golf with him the othet
day* nnd flip mwes he hunded In con*
vliK-efl me 1 Imt he hud never studied
^Cqntinued from yesterday.)
Precinct .No. 3—Sapulpa
' A •
Arthur, Harry P., 306 West
Dewey. * .
Anderson. Paul, 223 N. Mounds.
Atwell, Wm. Henry, 215 \Y.
Anderson. Robert Henry, 102
Bruse, Don Ciaric, 10 S. Hic-
kory. * ’.
Barnard, Scott Goldsborouglx
16 N. Mounds.
2$59 ' Bashore, Homer Dimmltt, 308
• -8. Poplar. •
Burks, Oharles Robert, 115 8.
Brittain. Roy Holland. 14 1-*
Blair. Loata Lee. 235 W. Hob-
Burke. Kray Othal, 231* W.
Basslum. Claude, 11 N Pop-
VC' hy Suffer With the Heat?
Go to the
• Plenty of Fresh Air. .
TONIGHT—The Blue Bird Feature •
“The Boy Girl”
• • *
in 5**Ac*ts ’ . Shows s :.‘i0 and 9 |>. m.
5c Admission 10c
• • ^ • _ •
■_ ; U ' ,
WrdncHday, Micros “Milfioiiair€‘*N
Thursday: “The Kluebird.” ••
Friday Air Saturdays FTHKL HAK-
RYMOKK, “The Call <»f IleriVople”
• » * « •
* Poplar. .
3055 Strange, Alexander l^eonard.
" 18 N. Independence*.
305i Smiley, Jessie Earl, la-e and
3()57 Slevlo, vlohn H., 14 12 N. Main.
;V058 Salmans. Harold Preston, 119
3059 Shadrick, Allwrt Mack, Here-
ford Flats. _
3066 Sims, James,. 112 S. Hickory.
3061 Rnod.rass. 4'has. II., 20 West
3062 Snodgrass, Harry Donnely, 20
o-a>3 Smith, James A., 114 South In-
30*!4 Smith. Thomas Randolph,
24 1-2 S. Main.
-3065 Stlmnett, Wm. Hoss, 116 N.
. Poplar. *
(".3066 Spangler, Ralph, 117 S.
3067 Stout, Merrfield, 209 W.
. .- er- .
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3068 Toombs, Charles. 228 W
:k*69 Toombs, James Verne, 228 W.
• .* v
3070 Van Velzer, Everett Vinson,
tit W. Lincoln.
3(571 • Welsh. James Harry, 213 W.
' Dewey. •
3072 Woods. Bert. 19 S. Independ J
3073 Wentz, Clarence R, 124 S.,
3074 Warren, * Harry J., 123 South
Poplar. * •
3075 Wortjnan, Ed., 122 W. Dewey.
3076 Willard, George Washington.
11 N.. Poplar. *
34)80' Walter, John F, HN, R Mound-.
Yates, CyrH. 203 S. Poplar.
(To Be Continued'!
Wade. Thomas W, 307 1 2 E
Walker. Ike, 26 S. Mounds.*
WaiU, Clarence L., 115 Ind'e-
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company ' "
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life insurance. 20 pay late-and En-
dowment, monthly and life intern*
policies. For rate- and value* see
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