The Inola News (Inola, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 6, Ed. 1 Friday, May 27, 1921 Page: 3 of 4

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Jim M. Twkar, Pres. aa4 0* . Mfr.
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Wt Believe the HUPMOBILE to Be
lie Best Car ef its Qua ■ Ik World
JAM. c. smith motor co.
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10H W. Mate. Oklakwwa CMr
testers la Sifcul. Chnk PMian, Oxia
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lowed a; Inatrnctlona.
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SPECIAL SESSION aOSES; TOTAL
APPROPRIATIONS $21,304,209
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SALVAGE REPAIR PARTS
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Used Part* for Mu*«ll C rt
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■orter*. Short Haul, Quick Delivery
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Oklalaaaaa City. Oh la.
radars, Tradar Teals, Tkcskn, Tracks
Mock of VI eb wilt Macklaerr
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m a. a. acix co.
BHI laaa St. Oklahoma City, OMR,
WEBSTER MAGNETOS
(all llaa of part* at wbolaoale pricae.
ny thine electrical for Oaa or Aata Raaloaa
ipalrtC
PM.NTT RTOBAOK BATTK8T CO.
If W. Mate OUahaaaa City. ~
If your dialer doesn't havi
them writs or call oa us.
soonvEsrEM somr co.
Jteta DiatHbutora
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oklahoma cmr. oua.
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Bottlerl Sodci Water
Or the Klefeker W,illac«* Co
tabber Staepa, Seals, Badges, Etc
O. K. STAMP * SEAL COMPANY
IS W.CnaJAta. OUahaaaa Cky
IAGS AND BOILERS
Wtrm FH BAG COMPANY
OUahaaaa C y. OUa.
k. PROBLEM SOLVED!
Poarer-f Economy 4- B.anty—One
ITRPIIEN8 SALIENT SIX" AUTOMOBILE
R.iuaet Neareet Daalar'a Nuna
Parka-CaaipbaO-Plalay Mator Ca.
• -••I N. Broadway. Oklahoma City. Ol
N. S. SHERMAN MACHINE
AND IRON WORKS
ngiaeera, Founders sad Machinists
Grate Bars and Sankestacks
to M teat Mate lareet OUahaaaCk; Okie.
SCOTT-HXLLIBURTON
' y M ln- Okla City. BamatlUktaa.
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mat It china—Poar different atylaa
different fabrlca Pleatloc—44-K '
ck accordion pleat ina. k.%.| and I Inch
la or boa pleat In* and fine kalfa pleat In*
r rufflea H to II la. wide. Button CorerlM
All alaaai klada Corarad wltk any matarlj
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II W MaU Street, OUahaaaa Clty.ohla.
HKDON GRANITE COMPANY
MU-U2S Waal Bate ll
iilisai, Bma II adliUNi
laM direct froa Qaarry
m Wafcet TIM . OKLUKMA CRT. OKU.
ROOFINGS
ILL KINDS BUILDING MATERIALS
tandarrl Roofing A Material Co
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ROLLS IU PACKS tie
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IK Batteries
Dateo. Klaxon Ramy. Aula LM*. North laal
Parta and Sarrtca.
A1 Makaa cf iRrtara. Oanaralora Repaired.
MetropoGtaa Electric Service Ce.
Phoo* Ma pi* IS
Rftk M Billam OMeUi CStJ, OUa.
Watermelon Seed
Tom Wntnon, Kleckley Sweet. Ilalbert
Ilonoy, 55c pound, delivered. Nancy
Rail sweet potato plants, $3 per 1,000.
(rash with order.) Plonedr Seed 8 to re,
110 W. California, Oklahoma City.
For Beat Results
Ship Your Live StocK to
NATIONAL
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION CO, lac.
Paid-up capital, ti CD. 000
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of all klada. M yaara* experience
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to atudenta. Phone Walnut 1717.
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BE A NURSE
Toanc Women Wanted, to anter St. Laka'e
Hoapltal Tratntn* School (or Naraaa Sal-
ary paid Addreaa or call. ST UUKIS
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Supplies
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Mgg Caa** and Chlc'aaa Coop*
Write (or Catalofua
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300 E. la* St. OUakaa Oty. OUa.
PERFECTION SPRINGS
Taraer Axles Marvel Pisleas
For all automobiles. Largest and
moat complete line of mceasorieB In
the State. Wholesale only.
SOUTHERN MOTOR It'PPLT CO.
Lom Distance Phone M4IS
124 W. Callforala OklakMS Ctty
AUTO PAINTING
Tap Baildlna. Baklac sad r "~p Far del*
HICKMAN-SMITH CO.
DIM. POLLOCK * POLLOCK* DENTISTS
Entire Heeond Floor
11<% North Robinson St.
Oklahoma City. Okla.
Be t equipped dental office la
City. Bias •■able prtees. Special discount
to ail out-of-town people.
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H. III, or Poatcards,
Agents for Rastmaa Kodak Co.
TBt MAC ARTH1R COMPANY
Formerly West fall Dru« Ce.
TH K. B*4my, Oklahoma CHy, Okla.
Radiator departments
Repairlaf Building
Rsbulldlnjr
Recorlnf Enameling
Makers and Repalrera
Third St. at Harvey, Opposite
Post Office, rtaaa Waftset 2222
Oklahema Oty. U. 9. a.
SHIP (71 TOUR RADIATORS
adelford Music Cow
Stoto Dlatributon of
Waiter Bedric Aaaba Ortkdras
Pianos aad Feet Plajers
W. Mais Oklahoma Uty, Okla.
Ship Your Live Stock
OKLAHOMA
national stock yards
OKLAHOMA CITY
For Better
Service
■•e DR. FARMSR. Optometrist. E*cluslvs
Optical Specialist Cross syea straightened
without the knife.
IUH W. Mala Oklahoma City
Ford Commercial Bodies
See your Ford dealer for prices on all klnda
Pehl bodies or write ue direct.
TRUCK BODY COMPANY
SIS Weet Mala M. Oklahema City, Okla.
ATM'ATER-RKNT—BIJur—Brlags A St rat.
ton—Connectlc*t—Dyneto - Elaemann—<lray
A Davla — Blmmi — Weat ing house — Official
Service. Psrts and Hepalra for Electrical
Equipment an.I ZENITH CARBURBTORS.
JOHN MIX KLKCTKH CO.
T1S Ma Broadway Oklahoma City
Appropriations inmitliii apprpzl-
Imately IZl.SOI.SOt.U wera provided
Sr hy the regular tad extraordinary
sseelons or th« eighth legislature.
During the extraordinary session
lust closed bllla amounting to f20.-
126.831 (8 were passed, among which
ware meaaurss:
Appropriating S5SO.OOO for a general
hoepltal for former soldiers.
Appropriating $381,700 for the com
pletlon and equipment of the tubercu
fosis sanatorium for former service
men at Sulphur.
Appropriating SS.769.128.74 for the
maintenance of all state departments.
Appropriating *9.428.572.50 for the
maintenance of all state institutions.
New Buildinas far Asylums
Appropriating 1176,000 for addition-
al buildings at the central state hos-
pital for insane, at Norman.
Appropriating S150.000 for bulldlnirs
at the eastern Oklahoma state hospi-
tal at VIoHa.
Appropriating $50,000 for the Enid
home for the feebleminded.
Appropriating $75,000 for buildings
at the state orphanage at Pryor. '
Appropriating $76,000 for Oklahoma
college for women at Chickasha.
Appropriating $60,000 for Panhan-
dle agricultural and mechanical col-
lego at Goodwell.
Appropriating $30,000 for the remod-
eling of the armory at the University
of Oklahoma.
Appropriating $110,000 to pay mem-
bers of the legislature, employes, etc.
Appropriating S184.S50 for addition-
al buildings at the agricultural and
mechanical college at Stillwater.
Hemea Provided for Nurees
Appropriating $60,000 for Univer-
sity hospital nuraes' home.
Appropriating $6,000 for the Boley
sanatorium nurses' cottages.
Appropriating $7,500 for a building
at the Northeastern state normal
school.
The regular session passed bills ag-
gregating $977,277.67, among which
were measures:
Appropriating $150,000 to pay mem-
bers of the legislature, employes, etc.
Appropriating $35. 82 for the sup
port and maintenance of Oklahoma
school for the blind.
AftPVopriatifig $ 1 (ft.000 for a United
States soldiers' hospital.
Appropriating $50,000 for the aid ofl
Bllla eigitaS.
House bill No. I, by L. E. Salter ol
Alfalfa county, J. L. Pull en of Mur-
ray county and R. C. Hardle of Clav
land, appropriating $257,983 for sal*
arlea and maintenance of the Univer-
sity of Oklahoma for the remainder
of this year.
House bill No. 6. by C. C. Piatt of
Payne county appropriating $100,000
to pay salaries and maintenance costs
at A. aifd M. college for the remaind-
er of this year.
Mouse bill No. 9, by Murray r. Gib
bons, L. E. Salter, Sam A. Neely. C
L Tylee. J. L. Pullem, F. A- Heber-
llng, LeRoy Elmore and Otto Smith,
creating a soldiers' relief commission
and appropriating $439,700 for erec-
tion and maintenance of a tubercu-
losis sanitarium for soldiers at Sul-
phur. |
House bill No. 10. creating a sol-
dier relief commission and providing
for the extension of facilities at Uni-
versity hospital and the erection of an
administration building.
House bill No. 15, by J. W. Steffen
of Beaver county, reapproprlatlng
$3,000 to install a laundry at Pan-
handle Agricultural and Mechanical
college at Goodwell.
House bill No. 17, appropriating
funds for the maintenance of the first
half of the normal schools' summer
term.
House bill No. 29. by I. U Harris of
Oklahoma county and R. L. Davidson
of Tulsa In the senate, appropriating
1110,000 for expenses of the present
session of the legislature.
House bill No. 39, by W. 8. Caldwell
of Pawnee county, appropriating $27,-
T15 for salaries and maintenance at
the reformatory at Oranlte for the re-
mainder of the year.
House bill No. 40 by 8. D. Bailey of
Kiowa county and Porter Newman of
Bryan county, appropriating $3,600 for
emergency use in maintaining the or
phanage for negroes at Taft.
House bill No. 53, by E. O. Sharp
of Logan county, appropriating $3,000
tor maintenance and salaries at the
Union Soldiers' home for the remain-
der of this year.
House concurrent resolution No. 2,
by Murray F. Gibbons of McClain
county, (Demoralising congress to en-
act the American Legion program for
national legislation, comprising con-
idation of soldier aid bureaus, con-
union graded and consolidated school of permanent federal hos-
districts I p,tal8 for soldiers, extension of voca-
Appropriating $17,004 for an add! ' ''°na' ralnlng "nd ^^"on for
tlonal building at Southeastern state decentralisation of the
nnrmai . .. 11>,..ni r,sk Insurance bureau and retire-
ment with pay of disabled emergency
officers of the war with Germany.
Rules were suspended and the reso-
lution was adopted.
Senate bill No. 2 by R. L. Davidson
of Tulsa, making an appropriation of
$120,926.56 from the public building
fund of the state for the purpose of
paying the Interest and fiscal agency
commission on public building bonds
due May 1. 1921.
Senate bill No. 4. by W. M. Pugh sf
Boise City, directing the commission-
ers of the land office to convey cer-
tain landa to the Panhandle AgricaV
tural institute at Goodwell.
Senate Na 16, by senate and bouaa
committees on military affairs, pro
vlding for the proper care and pre
ervatlon of the decorated battle flags
normal school at Durant.
Appropriating $60,000 for the pay-
ment of pensions to Confederate vet-
erans.
Appropriating $185,000 for the main-
tenance and support of the rural pub-
lic schools.
Appropriating $25,000 for the sup-
port and maintenance of the state |
lioys' training school at Pauls Valley.
$•2,629 for Tick Eradication
Appropriating $82,625 for tick eradi-
ration, an emegency appropriation.
Appropriating $16,000 for salaries of
teachers at Oklahoma college for
women.
Appropriating $15,000 for the state
board of affairs and capitol mainte-
nance.
Appropriating $19,361 for the
In a new size package
maintenance of Langston agricultural and colon carried by gU,e la
anil normal university for negroes. tjje wor]<j war
Appropriating $7,000 for the mainte- Senate bn, No. ,8, by Oolobie, ea-
rn, nee of the Oklahoma school for the ! tbOrU,ng the board of couniy^pmmls-
deaf at Sulphur. sioners of Logan county to sffl to the
Appropriating $5,000 for the mainte- , Gulhrle pog, o( the American Legion
nance pf the Oklahoma home for ! a dieused jail.
white children. | Senate bill No. 19, by W. J. Hollo-
Appropriating $25,000 for the publl- . way of Hugo, creating a commission
cation of the revised laws. on educational lurvey and making an
Appropriating $7,864 for the mainte- [ appropriation of $20,000.
nance of the stap board of medical ! Senate bill No. JS. by the commit-
examiners. tee on appropriations, authoriiing the
Appropriating $25,000 for the aid of payment of $7,300 in claims held by
separate schools for negro children, the Pinner Construction company for
'roceedlnga of the legislature on work at Oklahoma Military academy
Saturday, the twenty-fourth day of the at Claremore.
DATES-nAVIS DUSINESS HOLLEGE
Da*nUa*MiD bariUboik
Coma to our college or take
Heme Study Course. Writo for Catalog.
Just a Few Reasons Why the
Motorist Demands
Justa Tire Patch
JWTA laapwftrl patch that ralran-
lira Ileal! and baooara . part of the
tub..
Jl'MTA will rMlat the hl(h**t air pr*
ear..
JL'BTA I* not nfNeWd by the kott«at
road a.
JtTOT' la toll' f."- hard aarvle..
JVHTA ..II . I (uaraateed by U
session, were as follows:
Senate
The senate started the day by pass-
ing the geseral deficiency bill, which
carried a total of $24.0g0. It passed
amendments recommended by Its con-
ferees on the measure. However. It
learned the house had declined to ac-
cept the amendments so It reconsid-
ered and tore them from Its bill.
Next the upper house passed the "om
nibus" bill and then stood at ease for
some time wajtlng house action. Dur-
ing the afternoon it refused to accept
the $82,000 automobile tag license bill.
Later In the afternoon tt became up
parent the house would not consider
passage of the "omnibus" bill. As the
result of a movement started by Tom
Alu;lln. of Holdenville, the senate tore
up the "omnibus" hill and passed the
Items composing It separately, making
nmcnd'iients of two of the measures
Frain ibis hour until the hour for ad-
journment the upper house wsa at
ease at least half the time.
Ir
Inr
Justs Manufacturing Cs.
Offk.: SM W i >*4 A - OkUiaaaa City, 0U*.
Cm Oaf ^.WIM.Arti k
After the recess taken for dlnaer
W R. Wallace of Paula Valley Intro
fucod a concurrent resolnllon propos-
ing a recess of the legislature until
February, 1922 The resolution was
treated with lerity.
A bill also was passed during the
afternoon by the house, which
Senate bill No. 29, by Tom Anglin
of Holdenville, authorising state aid
, for the building of certain bridges
over the state.
Benata bill No. 35. by Charles P.
Mcl'herren of Durant, appropriating
funds to refund to R. M. lloxle money
Hdvanced the state for the erection of
the statute of Sequoyah in the nation-
al capital at Washington.
i Senate bill No. 49, «y Jed J. John-
son of Waiters, maklnc an appropria-
tion for deficiencies lor Cameron
Btatae Agricultural Schdol at Lawton.
Senate Joint resolution No. 1, by
James Spurlock of Hammon, relating
to repairs on ccrtain brldgea.
The i.solution urging the appoint-
ment of Senator John Golotile of Guth-
rie ss ambassador to Juko Slavla.
Rev. I. Fiank Roacft was confirmed
ss successor to Jud :e Camuol W.
Hayes on the board of regints of the
University of Oklahoma, and B. F
CI a It to succeed Henry Wood as high
way commissioner.
Senate concurrent Resolution No. I
by Mrs..Lamar Ixmney of Hollis and
E. E. Wcods of Claremore, for euLiufa-
llon or constitutional amendments re
la;Ing to state offices.
Other appolntmenta confirmed In-
cludo W. B. Williams, V. H. Vldder-
son and Albert C. Hunt, district Judg-
es of Tulsa county; B. C. Logsdon of
Marietta, Judge of the Eighth Judicial
gives certain counties authority to district; Ouy F. Nelson, Judge of tko
sell road bonds below par. The district court of Muskogee; John H.
house adopted a senate amendment
on one of Its own bills, one provid-
ing $217,000 for aid of rural schools
aad the* killed the bill. -
Norman, Judge of the Twenty-seeoad
Judicial district at Okemah, and A. 8.
Wells, district Judge ia Cotton aad
Comanche countiea.
10 ffOP 10 Cts "\ T ANY smokers prefer
1VX it. They'll find that
Ageeifg
thia compact package of ten
Lucky Strike Cigarettes
will just suit them.
Try them—dealers now
carry both sizes: 10 for
10 eta; 20 for 20 cts.
It's Toasted
tiriiPiSiTH*
1! Chill Tonic3 c*¥bs.tiig-b "
""IjataK.A"gJgg«gM. JWTS--Tav tr.
Lucky Doe.
'Look, baroness, my horse has won
die race!" "I congratulate yoo."
'Not me—my creditors."
ASPIRIN
Name "Bayer" on Genuine
Warning I Unless yoo see the name
"Bayer" on package or on tablets you
are not getting genuine Aspirin pre-
scribed by physicians for twenty-one
years and proved safe by millions.
Take Aspirin only as told in the Bayer
package for Colds, Headache, Neural-
gia, Rheumatism. Earache, Toothache,
Lumbago snd for Pain. Handy tin
boxes of twelve Bayer Tablets of As-
pirin cost few cents. Druggists also
sell larger packages. Aspirin la the
trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of
Monoacetlcacldester of SallcycacitL—
Adv.
tigers useful in sumatra
Lords of ths Jungls Protected for
Their Services aa Destroyers
of Wild Soars.
Tiger hunting Is now prohibited in
Sumatra. Lest our national pride
should be touched, let It be said that
thia measure has nothing to do with
M. Clemenceau—there is no fear of
seeing the fauna of the big island de-
stroyed by European ex-premlers oa
their travels.
No. the truth Is more prosaic. Truth
Is always prosaic.
In Kuinntra the tigers are protected
becauw they devour the wild boars,
which are great despollers of the plan-
tations. The tigers are In a way mon-
strous cats preying on enormous rata
Here Is a domestic and ultllltarian
role of which Kipling, poet of the Jun-
gle, never dreamed.—From the Paria
Figaro. '
Her Discovery.
"Charley, dear," snlil young Mrs.
Torklna, "I didn't know you were so
fowl of children I"
"What makes you think I'm so fond
f them?"
"Every now and then yon mention
some one you cnll Babe Ruth with
•itch extraordinary affection."
Nodd—Are you going away with
your wife this summer I
Todd—She hasn't decided yet.
Thoistnds Have Kidney
Trouble and Never
Suspect It
AfpBtaala for
Judging from reports from di agists
who are constantly ia direct toaeh with
the public, there is oae preparation
has been very sueceesfnl ia overeo
these condition*. The mild aad ha
influence of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root in
sooa realised. It stands the highest lor
its remarkable record of success.
An examining physician for one of the
prominent Life Insurance Companies, ia
a interview oa the subject, made the as-
tonishing statement that one
>y applicants for insurance are re-
jected is beeeuse kidney troabls is so
common to the American people, and the
tag* majority of thoss whose spplies-
tions sre declined do not rrea. euspect
that they have the diseaee. It is oa sals
at all drug stores ia bottles of two suss,
medium aad large.
However, if you wirt first to tost this
great preparation snd tea cents to Dr.
Kilmer * Co.. BinSratoa. N. Y.. far a
sample fctttle. When writing be sure aad
mention this paper.—Adv.
THREW FLOWERS AND GEMS
London Crowd Benefited by Woman'a
Enthusiasm Over the Ending
ef the Great War.
During the peace rejoicings one
night in London several guests stand-
ing at the upper windows of a West
End restaurant began to throw rows
down to the crowds packed In the
street below. A woman In evening
dress, after throwing out numbers of
roan, took s bracelet from her arm
snd tossed It to the people, following
this with a ring from her finger.
Then, after throwing mo.-e roses, sho
took the ornaments from her hair
and threw these also Into the strug-
gling mass vof people below.
An cldecU man at an adjoining win-
dow threw out several spoons and
forks, and then, finding nothing else at
hand, threw an apple which was deft-
ly caught and promptly returned,
striking the window close by, but, for-
tunately, without breaking the glasa.
The women then Itegan to throw
out treasury notes, wadding them Into
small halls and fllnglgg tliem one by
one to the excited crowd. After gel-
ting rid of sex en or eight notes, sho
expressively spread out her hands to
Indicate that she had nothing more,
snd was loudly cheered.
Eat and
Eatable
Nuts
is convenient, free from waste,
and moderate in price.
Ready to
Every Bit
"ishing
food. ana make it easy tdMigest.
"There's a Reason'
For sale by all grocers

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