The Oklahoma News (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 21, Ed. 1 Friday, October 24, 1919 Page: 3 of 16
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Raise an Ape For Your Old Age
But Steer Clear of Gorilla
Kindness her weapon
• THE OKLAHOMA NEWil-
• PAGE 3
If the ape is going to become
the "Fountain of Youth" for man-
kind as Dr. Serge Voronoff believes,
ape culture is in for a tremendous
Impetus, and inonltey farms win be
as numerous In ail lands as chicken
yards are in civilised communities
Man's slogan will be:
' Itaise Your Own Ape!"
No longer will monkey houses
be side shows for the city too.
They'll be too common for that.
Would anybody now travel to the
koo to see a rooster or a hen? Too
many In the neighbor's back
Dr. Voronoff. noted Russian sur-
geon and experimenter, told French
surjrcons that certain glands pos-
sessed by the monkey family might
he grated Into the aged human
body and would renew human
vigor, vitality, and ambition. He
said that man of SO might go back
«o the prime of life—with the aid
of the grafted ihlmpansee gland.
Tail Is Dividing IJne
The dividing line, monkey ex-
perts explain, between the lower
(monkey) branch of the family and
the higher (ape) branch Is the
tall, or rather the lack of tail.
Monkeys have tails; apes are tail-
less, or in some Instances, very
short tails. The longer the <ail
the lower the animal. That's a
guide for those who wish to grow
their own "fountains of youth."
The highest monkey species (man-
like monkeys) are the gorilla, chim-
panzee, orangs and gibbons.
Vacant rooms eat up profKs.
Rented ones pay dividends. Your
room listed In the For Rent col-
umns of the News will find a ten-
ant quickly and at small cost.
■Phone your next ad to the News.
ThmPm Whet Mmkom Yet
Monkeys with long faces
usually classed as baboons.
Small, bushy-tailed monkeys are
known as marmosets.
Where to Find Your Monkey
Monkeys ant more numerous in
South America and Africa. Warmer
portions of Asi% have them. Only
, the Barbarj Ape, is found in
lOurope, having crossed at Gibral-
The chimpanzee most closely re-
sembles man in Its organisation
and form. Of all monkeys it
makes the bost job of walking
erect, altho it prefers traveling on
all fours. When full grown it U
about four feet tall.
The gorilla is the largest of the
monkey tribes, and sometimes Is
spoken of as the "great rhlmpan-
Male adults grow to nearly
six foot In height. The tropic of
Africa is their home, and they can-
not stand transplanting. Those
brought to America have died
shortly after reaching this coun
try. Gorillas aro the most savage
of monkeys. Also the loudest.
Their whisper Is a wild bark, and
they roar like a lion when peeved.
ride MO0se; j0IN club
Sprcial to The Hart
Oxbow, Me., Oct. 24.—Guides and
hunters of the Niplsigull River
country over the Canadian border
have organised a club whose mem-
bership Is open only to those who
have ridden on the back of a wild
Nprriml to Thr Xtm
Montpeller, Vt„ Oct. 24.—Mra.
Hattie Tracy, wife of Sheriff Frank
H. Tracy of Washington-co, is a
She goes unarmed and
arc • handcuffs, but has taken
I state's prison and never
are I prisoner.
Sheriff Tracy runs his Jail
the honor plan.
heirs must go to work
Social le Tkt *mn
London.—Sir Edward Holden,
the famous banker, provides In
his will that the benefits of his
estate shall be withheld from any
nen to j of his heirs, after his two sons.
lost * | unless they sre actively engaged
business or profession.
North Yaktaw. Warfh, is tare*
than Yakima. Kaat Tawos. M'ob-
is larger than Tawos.
There are 1700 firms engasred
tn the export trade In Philadelphia
PALE, WEAK, NERVOUS
1%e CraWtn of Haay Mea
cream for catarrh ^
opens up nostrils
T>ih How ToO«t Q tck1Ult«f
from Head- Cold*. If * Splendid!
To be well and etrort*
have a good healthy color, ne aure j f . _
to try the real iron tonic Teptlron, T« one minute your oloffgred noii-
by whioh many tnen and women irili will open, the aar paa aKea or
:uve been greatly benefited. Pept- your head will clear and youi «*n
Iron i an excellent combination breathe freely. No ,
of Iron and manganese wKh nux. | headache. dryneaa. No atrusslin*
celery, pepsin and other tonics and j for breath at oMrbt; your eola
dlffeativen, and is made with spec- catarrh will be gone .
ial reference to the needs of pale. | Get a small bottle or K>\y
' Baton from
„««k, nervous sufferers.
both medicine and food for the
blood and nerves, and i* signally
effective in the treatment of ane-
m'a and neurasthenia.
"My daughter Ja taking Peptiron
for nervouaneoi. and feeling bet-
ter." Sarah F. Germond. Philmoivt*
Made by C. 1. Hood Co., Lowell.
. .. _ little of this fragrant, anti-
septic. healing cream in your nos-
trils. It penetrates through every
air pestttge of the heeid. soothes
the inflamed or swollen, mucous
membrane and reHerf comes in-
""s Vust fine. Don't stay etuffed-
Up with a cold or naaty catarrh—
Relief comes so quickly.—Adv.
rh sufferer ki
fic.ia 1 _
1 in puc.h cases and
urm. Try laying i
Nothing fados. shrinks or wrinl
l *s. No pressing needed. Do n
attempt to dry clean without So
vite SoaiP. This irasoline soap
the secret of all dry cleaning
package of Solvit
be done, they
Beautify Ac Complexion
m tin dats
The Ufcaqoaled Beaut Act
(bsd and tndomd bv
CutrtrieeJ to remrwe
Un, freckles, pimoWt,
liver-spots, etc. Lxtrente
esses twenty dsjrs.
Rids pores sx d tissues of impurities.
Leaves the skin clear, soft, healthy.
Two sises. Sold by leading toilet coun*
ters or mail. * •
NATIONAL TOiLtr COtdPA.vr. r«M
Weetfall Drug Co., Roach A Veazey
Co.. Hadley Drug Co. an dother
Stops The Tkskie
By HeaUn The Throat
36o ftmr Bottle
ACIDS IN STOMACH
A "shaped" diaper designed
in accordance with the most
modera and approved prar
tice. Folds so aa to diminish
bulkiness between the legs
and to bring extra thick-
nesses of cloth where needed
I A great improvement over
I the old fashioned square or
| triangular diaper. Made of
that everyone' admire. ]
Don't envy a good complexion, haw bows of twlstless tape, sav-
>ne. Each time you cleanse your fac« ! ins rtaby from accidental
with Resinol Soapyougive it a "beauty i' ' Pr"1*' "«-ratches and
leatmcnt" with the soothing, healinj possible Infection
Resinol medication. If aided, ii
rases, by a little Resinol Ointment, thii
asually leaves the complexion natural!)
;lear, fresh and free from pimples, red
ness, roughness and blotches.
Have a complexion
DRESS YOUR BABY WITHOUT
A SINGLE PIN OR BUTTON
WE are showing this week in our Infants' De-
partment the famous V«nta Baby Ga.Tnent -
No pins to prick or scratch the baby—no
buttons to break in the wringer. Just two or three
cute little bows of twi tle tape that nurse or mother
can tie in a jiffy and Baby's binder, band or shirt
is on without once turning him over.
Abdominal , Teething
The modern substi- After the abdonimal
tute for the old fash I binder is no long**
A. ioned, inelastic strip required, this little
of flannel used to j 'arment^ is used and
hold the navel dress
Ing in plac«. A cot
ton and wool knit fab
ric. firm enough to
give the needed sup-
port yet* sufficiently
elastic to permit the
little tummy to ex
pand after nursing
Goes twice around
the abdomen and ties ,
at the side with three bows of j Easily and quickly fastened
twisti~«* tape. No pins—no but | fastened without
We have vests, gertrodes
and nighties also—a com-
plete line of Vanta. gar-
ments for babies up to flv#
years of age. Scientifical-
ly designed and apr-oved by
doctors, nurses ai \ infant
welfare experts—to - , noth-
ing of- countless mothers.
Made of the finest and
softest knit goods—cotton,
the trying period
when Baby Is cutting
Its teeth. IJke the
binder, the teething
band Is mad® of soft
Mastic knit goods and
ties 4t the shoulders
with cute little bows
of twlstless tape—no
TRADE UPSTAIRS—SAVE MONEY
. Here are Fall Clothes with all the snap,
style, fabric, workmanship and fit required
by the most particular men and' young
men; and our prices are within reason.
Our low rent and very small overhead expense en-
ables us to positively sell suits and overcoats at a very
much smaller margin of profit than any ground floor
store can sell them, and we do it.
Open Saturday Night Until 9 o'Clock
OVER WESTFALL'S DRUG STORE
HOOOD ft If "CLOTHES
OKLAHOMA™ W CITY^
wool and silk, and cotton
and-wool and silk-and-wool
mixtures. Faultless in qual-
ity, fit and finish and very
)i|jg i reasonably priced.
er<; To insure pcrfect protection and comfort for your baby, ask for
and Resinol Ointment sre scli ;
by Sl. druggists. Try tJut, !
Jvy K and sec hnw beneficial the! i
5, M are. not only lor the ikin bu
tor the hair as well.
"N^nfa ftafryf? arments
The Pinless and Buttonles* Kind
c J&certaL 35m S&At Jfrcrni.'
OHCAHOM4 aTU OHLifc
DRY CLEAN ALL
FOR FEW CENTS
be dry cleaned,
th Solvite soap,
comes out look-
Penetrating, Antiseptic Zemo
Will Help You
Never mind how often you have tried
and failed, you can stop burning, itching
eczema quickly by applying Zemo
furnished by any druggist for 35c. Extra
large bottle, $1.00. Healing begins the
moment Zemo is applied. In a short
time usually every tra..e of eczema,
tetter, pimples, rash, blackheads and
similar skin diseases will be removed.
For clearing the skin and making it
penetrating, antiseptic liquid. It is not
■greasy salve and it does not stain. When
others fail it is the one dependable
treatment for skintroublesof all kinds.
Tb« E. W. Rose Co.. Cleveland, a
PUI.L-OYKR sweaters in
preen and cardinal with con-
trasting body stripes; sizes 30 to
34 at $6. Others at $5. Shaker
knit pull-overs with collar and
cuffs or body stripe in contrasting
color ; sizes 30 to 38 at $8 up. But-
ton sweaters $2.50 up. Juvenile
sweaters at $-'.50 up.
Kvery true American will want a part
111 the Roosevelt Memorial. Give what
you can cheerfully.
Stylish clothes make
AND this is the store that has
stylish clothes lor boys—clothes
every hit as smart as the young college
The TWO pants suits arc most popular
and most practical; here in all the new-
est styles at $12.50 up.
ASTOR JR. is a verv smart style
for hoys of 7 to 18 years; single
breasted coat with waist seam, slash
pockets and cither full or three quarter
belt; rich green and brown mixtures
Hampton jr. is the new
double breasted style for boys of
5 to 18 years. Has waist seam, full
. belt, slash pockets and TWO pants.
Handsome, serviceable green, brown and
gray fabrics and many mixtures; an ex-
act duplicate of the young men's Strat-
ford model; $15 up.
JUVENILE overcoats in new
blue, brown and bottle green chev-
iots, gray chinchillas, green, tan and
brown mixtures; sizes 2ji to 12 years;
newest styles and patterns at $10 up.
BEACK CAT stocking's tor boys;
heavy weight, black only, sizes 5lj
to S'/i at 50c; sizes 9 to 11 yj at 60c ;
medium weight black and light weight
black or white, 50c and 60c; silk lMe
Store open till
9: P. M. Saturday
There nre nearly 250 different | More than 5000 styles of rubber
languages In India, an<1 about S00 footwear have been discontinued In
rtlale«-ts. the U. 8.
EL ALCAXAR MANILA CIGARS
Long filler, hand made, full size, Londres
free smoker, and a good one, 5c e
only. Box of 50, $1.98.
Special for today
We have just received fresh shipments of candy.
We quote prices as follows;
Huyler's $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 per pound.
Liggett's $l.OO, $1.25, $1.50 per pound.
Martan Chocolates 60c a pound.
Triola Sweets, 60c per pound.
Maxixe Cherries, 68c per pound.
Westfall Drug Co.
Eastman Kodak Agent*
Order by letter
Hour* 9 to 6
Respectfully Addressed /o the Women
E s s a y i n g the Serious Business of
BUYING A NEW COAT
The express has brought scores of new
ones for the week-end business. Among
other smart and excellently tailored coats in
the shipment are many with voluminous
lines, styles now gaining strongly every-
where. They are finished in belts, buttons,
pockets, and stitching and they are remark-
ably "effective." Then fur. Gracious, fur
is all over the fashions, making them warm-
ful or "cuddlesome/' to put it as a winsome
young lady did the other day. Fur collars,
fur cuffs and sometimes fur bands at the
bottom. And the coats have a "swing," a
verve that is as fetching as is indescribable
a thing due to the semi-fitting lines.
Many tailors dislike these lines because they
are difficult to do. Such tailors are not
worth their salt. Others, men of energy.
skill and ambition, accept the challenge and
achieve the semi-fitted coat with remark-
able success. Needless to tell yoU which
ones supply Kerr's.
$35; $45; $55,
$65 and $69
A Bulletin of Unusal Values From
THE HOSIERY SHOE
Always it is good Hosiery. For years and ;
,-cn satisfaction. This, which we arc talking
is the best that the American inarki t ;tff<
The American Hosi
Indeed this Hosier
white, black, chocolate, b
and gray, at 8">c pair.
Special 97c Pair
Woman's silk and fiber
seamless with double
gartrr topn, rioubl* heelH
3 Pair, 85c
Canton Flannel, 27c Yard
Percale, 35c Yard
Ginghams, r9c Yard
Suitings, 29c Yard
width Is 36 Inches. It
Denim, 29c Yard
Wool Batts, $2.19
Bath Robe Flannel,
Klderdown bathrobe flannel. A
jreat variety of splendid rolrw
Damask, 95c Yard
Hotel table damask. 72 inches
wide, very heavy. Spf-oial 95e
Pattern Goths, $2.95
Size .70x70 inches, linen fir
ished, many excellent designs.
Size 18x32 inches, bleached
-itiok towels, heavy weight.
Bed Spreads, $3.39
Crochet bed spreads, size 80x00
nches. scalloped, cutout corners.
Intend To Mah^c Your Christmas Gifts?
Here Are Ribbons For Camisoles
For Hair Bows
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Parker, G. B. The Oklahoma News (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 21, Ed. 1 Friday, October 24, 1919, newspaper, October 24, 1919; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc269460/m1/3/: accessed November 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.