The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 60, No. 28, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 21, 1922 Page: 4 of 8
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TTIE LEADER. fiTTimiF. OK LA.. SATTTKTVAY OCTOBER 21 1922
Oi thuik Daily l.t .ii.i
I'abliaaad froar. Tle I'aily U-jdrr build
Jit Waal Uarna.u ikujc auu .lrd
tt ttaa Uulltoa fualofl. ' a Mr. Oil cIlH
ittar; U-aiia U. ftiunsxk aVlitor uJ
abajraaO 8UU Capital. Mar. It k lull;
ttflriai Paper Coaalltutloaai C'oOTCfitluo;
Offwial itr and Comity paper.
K. kt SLeffla.d.
y bhrffK-ld. Agracf. '
(Continued frum Pjpe 1 )
Parliament It likely to rise fur
SI III NDRKD I.IRI. (California Tomatoes lug $250l
GEORGE si III Is IV PVItlllt ( nnnt- r. - 1iwi 7ilft
I okay drajji's crate ' -'
v m To.
Oft. .1 More
an old pi raw fa.-- Christmat recesa early in Iecemter. '(.(OS Krl acouta Pn ATe to- Rinanat b.
inrnis 1 r 0111114;
Chlajo afflca: N.
DAI LI at k( ail llO.N KATES.
Pat aavrt.il by carrlar f ''
Par ia by otrnr la advaara it (
Par raar. by mall la adnata 400 i
RafUad. t'aaada a ad alei.ro yaarly SS&
Batiaaaa offi: No. lu Waal al-rrlaoa.
CoapoalGf -ai i'rraa r.nja. N.. U7 V.
ajaaaaa. BtUtorUl rut.ma nim w
Hrriaa lo reara all depariBwata
pboo Kanaaaa Ta.
MBMBBH or TUB MHIIH.H 11(1
Tba Aaa laft-i Prvaa la fi ...:;
Miukd 10 tb aaa for ra.cbUVail u of
all aeva dlapatrbaa rlltad t II or But
atbarwlaa . rwlitert la it'.a wc aaJ alao
taa luraJ ara obllabad karri a.
Thla la turning
. I 'LI Z ZTZZ " I " Ue conservative come into pow- day ia ctremonle. .. nine National)
if ftm rf .rrfjt ao.i aiao mm er at a result of the election their Girl Scout week. DttCiag taa we-k. gay
2J?H?U alT S SSm poCJf w1" u 1 iocUtti. not be to japproxinutety MM girl stoats in J (Quoted by B. 9
' 'lek aarerai aim so much at legialat.te u luevt t suies plan taftonatratloan of the ! 1 I'rairu'
thla: tJo to jour tlrugirlat ..... . . . " x
ii . diruiii. i iuau . ment aB to eonientrate uion "sound onjaniaatioa iork in d-f .opinaT o 1 Mf ilfa
' . I i J" aaminlatration and co&om" i nealth efficiency Ivr womanhood ! ( o I'rairi
auii.unt ..f in. in v ib drug I Among the chief feature of thtir Ld Kood citiaanati'p amutv;
rnnBlliM Sr 7Lm? & fJrein P011- W9 be the main ten- jt:r 'Tt- A Prde on F.f-.h avenue
Hi- iii band j-ou a asr ance and at'engiheninx of the entente ' wa a Mature of tod.iy"g program.
In--rlplloii 'ratilfla. fon
a'cardaaca Hh tiu famoua 1n 'r-nce and a re-rastng of the! -' 1 1
f abbb Hritih near eaatorn rwllrr ' PONCHO VILLA TO MEET
'" !!ur M ! The fuiuie attitude of Austin Cham- KNOCK OUT WALLACE
V-" ('V v.'.u lrlain nJ ni followers who voted (B The Ataeclatrd Prraa )
- for the conltt'on at the Carltnn -inh J'hiladel: h a. Oct. 21. Aa S-roiat
meet ins ia ni'J' h d hat. d. Tne leader a-''h " (x'- '' I'atsy
Walla e lo(al flyw h:. and Pancho
Villa flyweight champion haa been
Gill & Co.)
jl 1 1 .
1 1 5C
i-a it tin .tl
ixgin m i'
aad aaailr. Thru
AD ariaolkitad aiaaaanpta lettrra and
plrtaraa aant .- Tea lairr ara aaai at
the riak of tba aaaar la I a. Jrr ai
praaaty rrpndlaiaa aay mpoaatbntiy for
Mtatr aa Oattaaly or raiara
a but really lieiiefli ial I
raltb Yu don't mil
vr weakening eier.laea. of this group met nr. vale. v last nlaht
lug wbat u Ilka. Iaav ... " ' "
a atbertea. but lake your and dlscused the prospects but defi-
11 "uWiVVeM. nit" Teport ot he toeWH taken at
a ring bafelad U yur the meeting are given by the px litli al
Iirm lirn ... .w-. .
i i:ie morning newspapers
by Jock U.ii. on matih-
the Olrnip a athlcit as-
tje eXflcptioo of a
CaUa aui-leiy eailnga. eaida
ifcar" juar a.-tWa. rraolallona i
aaeaara and i-kar b aartata bvtora auti.-aax '
eallt for rboreh taaattaga i ept Huaday '
armonai ara roaaid "t-1 aa adearita og
aad will be rharrd fr
of ho olilet older
ie on eookt rv the
1 'scki'i'ier is a Seiell
mist an croiiniiiist of
order. Sln is ya I
of tho home in hor
Marion fr.'iit poprli bo
pro is now of bein
Isn't rt a woinl' '
niinc owners hnvo n
iluit ii coati nati r
lilhKP coal these da
A A d . n H .1 tb.A ktlolMAM WAIMfta I
i It.S tlllll IIH I'Ullll rr iiikiii
who is )it supposed to spocial-
io on that institution is reuch-
brs in nnd doinir her part to
rtrcofthen and protod it. Kol
that outside help IS to be 10. es-
gary but it will h welcoRM nd
it will helu. While she anprcci-
TWO ARE SENTENCED
FOR BANK THEFT
(Uy Tba Aaaihlatf.t Pnaa )
Oklahoma City Oct. i'l.Ciorg
Livingston and Walter Woods w. r
ronricted U: yesterday at Sayre of
W having robh-d the Backham Camtf
Nat.onal bank at Sayre of flMM on
las li j title aa the wt
'.12 pounda and should
the Pillpino ha will wl
ght is to he
a the ham-
Poultry and Buttr
(Quoted by Swift & Co )
Hena $ .is
Koosters . .05
Springs 1 ' to 2 Ih.s . JJ
Springs over 2 lbs 18
No. 2 Turk era .10
Fresh Kgtfs new eases in-
ilmlel. NO. l eaa. (loaa
off) No. 1 ease 6 50
Packing ato'k butter de-
livercil Oklahoma Oitv
tVesh creBruerv butter. 0O-
tin ibe load of s
tion. of ill-orpi
i r di-
Th next thing we know some j '
Bciei.tist will be eonteading that j p0 .
the Sick Man ol Iforope VH R .
cured with monkey gUnda. J .
David Lawrence says that "thelXhia i
Harding ailniinislraiion is popujview i
lar in smilhem California." Bat i trromat)
who would want to he popular J balioH
in taouthern CaliforniH. II.
I htlrtc I
Senator Borah says the only
thiog that can tav Kurope is a
Napoleon. And now. pr- - I
ahly t hut's something
Lurope will he wanting A
to furnish too.
I.. to 1.1
ordmif to word r. ctir-
d today at ihe attorney gfneral't
offi here. Li.lr.gtton w.s s n
ta to tn year4 an.i Woodt ;d 20. the
s.-nttnee being nun I I ti
17 jeara old and returned
hia share of ihe ljt to I
M W IN.U RK0
How Better Tl an Pilltf
The question has been askej
artist way are ChamberlaiB'a Tablet-
super'or to the ordinary cathirtlc and
liver pills? Our an-wer It they a.e
".isor and more ftVfMtanl to take ana
tr.eir effect it to gentle that oae hare.yl
relis.s that It Is produced by a med-
icine Then they t t only nore tbo
howelg but Improve the apptlte ana
st.cngthen the digestion.
PJ V Hams So. 2
io Fun Lard. No. 1
No. 1 steer quality
So 2 8te?r qulaity
has a wotiderful coiitri-
to make U the homo
isi.leration of its jroh-
creallv to he desired.
The more the home standard can
penetrate into s ciety the more
kindly and human oeietv will
j Columbus O Oct. 21 A number
j of persona were injured here last
night when a Haltimore and Ohio pa-
'.'nger trail fiom Cin intuti. due here
at &13 p. m stmck an 0en switch
nd wag wrecked Eight of the ln-
jured. Including the engineer an I
fireman have been taken (o aiapitala
jaud tbe fire department g fighting a
f re which broke out in the wre kut--The
train wa running behind schedule.
II ( III RS I V UIIWMON
w I ha h; at the t iiin'y Superin-
tendent's offi.-e Oct 2 end 211
Lindsay standard self w'orkjgvg
ehoi.-e 1 ; ! 1 i ; good ISc; fir
r".; comraoo 1 1 1 -.- ; choice
dwarf. 13c : Bwdtam l2Vo : eon-
MuklOW Co inty Super
: i S.
he surface it lias I
ridiculous it is an
interests in which
did greatly rejok'e.
WOMAN SPILLS THE BEANS
In its October issue the "In-
dependent Woman." official or-.-an
of the National Federation
of Business and Professional
Women's CI aba comes out with
rin article on Saving the Family
I'rol.abK- the most talked of
piece of fiction just now is
"This Freedom." by A S M.
Hutchinson author of "If Win-
ter Comea." It is dedicated to
the same crusade saving the
borne. Its thesis is that no
.. - .. . n...
woman no mami-i ex h.(. nam9 oT
on organizer she may I.e. can run Ha an( Mrs Mlll Tnw
a auceesaful boainen and the rtjnjMtJ rheipra rnhsiv At.
t ided to take advantage of tho ta:k
(Continued from Page 1.)
o who killed Dr. Hall and Mrs M il
out had an imprtion that ta'.ack
mail was the motive.
i "U Is my itupreiksion.'' he sa.d.
that ome erii charactert who l.v
in certain sectlont of ?o w Brunt -w'.ck
no doubt more than one per-
son was involved and one of 'hem
migh; ell liave ben a crimirrBllr
.inclined won an h erd of the town
7c ; hoTsl
LORD CURZON TO REMAIN
London. Oct. CI It It generally ac-
cepted as definitely fettled that Iord
Cunon will remain secretary for for
eign affairs :n the new cabinet and o.. i...
. ' 1 it 1 I A. t
t h i aa Will riil.roiAni a 1 raw at IIetiaw f e . . . at
- 1 ' "- v irapet:uit. c;;s
af-a 1 1
t aniKige. ease
OKLAHOMA CITY MARKETS
Vegetables and Fruits
mad Lettuce mti
Lemons box ....
the Turkish peace conference tor
Rot otto hv C. F
N. w York 4 higher
New Orleans unchanged
Norfolk. 97 higher
Savannah 2" higher
Galveston 88 higher
8&0Q Houston 40 higher
1.85(o 2.00 1 Dallas 35 higher
cwt 83-50 j Ft Worth. 40 higher
$10.00 1 Memphis unchanged
Little Roek 'jr higher
aiontgomery 2" lower .
which he 1 continuing to atrangp the I California IVarw
pvateiaarlaa Cranberries ! .. i
Kaiujs City Cash Grain
ttanaas city Oct. 21. Wheal
right kind of a home at the tattC
On that matter there may be
room for discussion. But the
poir.t is this: call t. mind the
contributions to mauazines news
papers and current fiction that
to b'.atkmail Dr. Bsl
; Bs lolnhd out tha i: it well
known that Dr. Hal had money cr
could ob a n it from friends and that
Mrs BsU was w. althy.
lie thought th" telephone cnlls
arc the work ol the home w'o- might liav b-n part of a plot to j
man. the housewife and mother hUg th pa r where they could sol
ot a family anil ooserve liow jointly accuaed and th dtmtand for
they reach ont toward budgets I money- made. Dr. Hall an a hletrc
business methods co operation man. may hav. attacked his accu rt
1 oiohborhood and civic work and they thot him: Mrs. Mllia th n
away from the four walls of hcray have ben ahot to tiPnce htr
bouse toward the broader out- S tuggested.
Do You Hunt for
the Rent Columns?
Are you renter with
renter's trials and tribulations?
Wouldn't you jrive almost any-
ihinji to own your own home?
People who own their own
homos arc people who save their
money. Perhaps they started
with only a dollar. Snrelv vou
era sprae that mnA to open a
EMPLOYEES BUILDING AND LOAN
113 South Division.
LABOR and THRIFT
"A mem may if he knows not hew to
save as he g.'ts Ves$ his v.ose all his
iijc at the grindstone and die no: worth
"VSyORK without thrift is effort
vVwMted. It is only by saving a
part of the mor.c vou earn that you
can make today's work eount for the
Don't let your effort go for nothing;.
Get the future benefit from your work
by putt in g aside regularly some of the
money you are earning today.
L An Interest Aecxrun: at this bank is a cminznient
- method ;or systematic airing
. tk S . .i.4.
The Security" State Bank I
M.J. SMITH President
The Bank j-ou 11 liR
W WHEN YOU KNOW U8
M Kindness and Courtesy are
K ':. hat very largel;. H
H This Bank is exceed;. U
ki Shu ha
112 W. 0' aboma Ave
The Modern Medium
of daily exchange is CHECKS
and tne safety nnd oonvnienee
of this mHhod needs uo argu-
ment. It means that your bank account
i no far:heT away than the
eheek book in your p.r'!:et yet
it Is daily and hourly protected
and stfe-gUttied by every
method of safety anvl rvdvrticy
You cannot afford not to put
' our money in the bank.
First National Bank
CEO TirTO. ( aaliiar.
Buildings consisting of House and Barn
located at 722 East Noble.
F. J. FITZPATRICK.
Phone 714. 921 East Noble.
No. 2 hard. $1.16 1.21 : No. 2
red $1.20(0 122. Corn: No. Z
white. 71-:C; No. 2 yellow. 76c ;
No. 3 yellow. 7- c ; No. 2 mixed
71 "(a 72c; No. 'i mixed. 71c.
Oats: No. 2 white 4aH&5ee-
Xo. 2 mixed. 4'ho.)0e; No. 2 red.
4S50c. Barley: 62(o-67c. Ilay:
alfalfa steady to 1.00 higher;
prairie and clover S(V higher;
No. 1 timothy $lo.00(p lli.00.
JNo. 1 prairie $14.50(?15.00;
j choice alfalfa $24.50(a 25.50 ;
Iiiht mixed clover. $15.00(316.00.
Wichita. Oct 21 Hogs: Re-
ceiptg 700; top $8.f.i : bulk of
sales. $$.808.90; top cuts. $7.50.
Cattle: Receipts. 900; all
kinds slow and dull ; beef steers.
8600; beef heifers. $4.00(0 6.00 ;
beef cows. fv50(o4.50! hnlla
$2.:0;i :i 75 ; veal calves $t.00(jf
800; Btockers and feeders $3.50
(a'vOO; stock cows and heifers
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 60, No. 28, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 21, 1922, newspaper, October 21, 1922; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc712915/m1/4/: accessed February 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.