The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 310, Ed. 1, Tuesday, August 3, 1920 Page: 3 of 14
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TULSA DAILY WORLD TUESDAY AUGUST 3 1920
COTTON CROP IS
Oklahoma Crop Condition
Is 85 Per Cent of
JLL DISTRICTS GOOD
U. S. Bureau Report Shows
Best Crop in Sight
OKLAHOMA CITY Alls. i. Tho
condition In cotton In Oklahoma
placed at 85 jor cent of normal by
the United States hurrau of crop
estimate In co-operation with tho
elate board of agriculture Is a
marked Improvement over tho re-
port of Juno 26 according to a re-
port given out today by H. II. Schntz
federal agricultural statistician. Tho
report declares that In no year since
Matohood has the crop shown such
"This year Is very similar to 1915
wleh also was unfavorable to tho
cifP I" H" early Mhkch and later
produced snccesslvo Improvements
until the udvent of dry weather In
August" continues tho report.
"All districts show a better condi-
tion figure many reports being con-
sdcrahly abovo normal. Tho Im-
portant southwest d'strlct has the
lowest condition figure yet Is about
j per cent bettor than on Juno 25
Tho west center nnd east districts
havo an Identical condition Indicat-
ing that this year there is a belt
rxlemllng thrnuch the central por-
tion of tho state from east to west
that boa been exceptionally favored.
The northeast district though rola-
lively unimportant has a higher
percentage than all other districts.
The crop has generally made good
growth but there are complaints
t!ia bottom fields are making too
much weed at the cxpnnso of fruit-
ing. The southwest has hail too
much rain and stands were further
damaged by wind and hailstones.
There has been but slight shedding
of squares so far and reports are few
cf Injury by weevil worm and square
Jack Johnson Gives Himself Up
nrrnn ir i ri t p
USING DIRECT ACTION
Uixttirnls of (ii.ro Honor t to llntigli
Homo TWinlm Ttmnrtl
F.ll loThe World.
OKLAHOMA CITY. Aug. . AI-
di iuii Illukc ono ot rii-nnlor tloro'o
campaign mnniiKcrH has luancd n
statement In regard to the troublo
which nroso nt Ada on Saturday
whero lie was speaking on behalf of
Kinntor (lore lllakn says: "I was
struck from behind following my
speech thoro nnd thrown In Jail. My
assailant was unmolested. K Ik lit
hundred farmers stormed tho Jail
nnd freed nie I'.-iprrs are suppress-
ing news." It Is charged t lint u Ker
ns supporter by tbn nnnm of dro
ver (Innr assaulted Illnke.
It Is also reported that on Hatur-
day night at l'ryor In Mnyej county
Jeff Fowler president of world war
veterans was stoned and rollen-
egged during a speech ho was mak-
ing for; Senator (lore.
Hugo I.liitT Stcjcl.N Solwrt.
CIIICAOO Aug 2.I.I(llors val-
ued at 12100000 have been confis-
cated by prohibition officers In thn
Chicago district slnrn tho Klght-
eenth amendment beramo effective
prohibition enforcement chief nn-
January IS Majur A. V. Dairying!
Ix-ft to right Slinitf ! C. lvllnc Deputy I'nlted Stilton .Mmt-lial (ieorgc It. footcy ami .IncL Joliuson.
Tiring of n llfo of exile Jnck .lohnson ex-heavywclght chanipton of th world last week stoppod across
tho International boundry line at Tla Jimtin Mexico; nnd was taken Into custody by I'nllcd Hlatcs nuthorlllen.
Tho photo snapped a mil uto nfler Johnson crossed tho line shows lilm being formerly placed under
arrest. Johnson wns convicted on a charge of whlto slavery seven years ago nnd sentenced to upend a term
of years In a federal penitentiary. Ho Jumped ball anl until his recent arrest roamed nt large through Ku-
mw nnd Latin America.
CHEROKEE Aug. I. John XV.
Uoston formerly of this community.
Is now en routo to London ns del-
egate to tho world pcaco conferenco
of the society of Friends.
Ydtlon on "The Registration Out-
look In Oklahoma."
PONCA CITY Aug. I. Lillian
Jackson of Oklahoma City nged IS
Is boln he'd hero on the
.charge of passing forged checks In
this city and lllackwcll. It Is al-
leged sho put over ono for $50 here
and thrco for 114. 86 18 nnd 44 re-
spectively nt Ulackwel'. 8he was at-
tempting to cash ono for $80 when
apprehended. The money was be-
ing spent for clothes. The namo of
llnrry IJaker of Dllworth wns signed
to the 80 check.
CARMEN Aug. I. Threshers In
this vicinity were forced to suspend
operations this week because tho
gran could not bo marketed and stor-
ngo places wcro not available.
1IOLDENVILLE Aug. Z. Tho
farmers of Hughes county" report tho
best prospects for cotton and corn
crops In Its history. The late rains
havo made tho corn and tho cotton
Is in excellent condition
KINGFISHER. Aug. 2. M. M.
Fllcklngcr manager of the Indepen-
dent telephone company serlous'y In-
jured himself by a fall through an
open door Into a cellar seven feet
HOLDBNVILLE Aug. 2. The
lloldenvllle band Is being reorgan-
ized with 24 pieces. At one time this
organization was considered ono of
the best In the state but the war
took many of Its players away.
BRAMAN Aug. 2. Thieves made
a heavy haul Friday morning when
the made away with over J2.000
worth of goods from the store of the
Garrison Mercantile company. Tho
robbery evidently occurred about 2
o'clock. Officers of this and adjoin-
ing counties are making a starch for
KINGFISHER. Aug. 3. Thinking
to unearth n case of premature In-
terment Delbert Rush nnd others
wlio were startled by a continued
thwnplngj nolso appearing to come
rrom the graveyard Investigated nnd
found two largo catfish en
gaged In an argument In a hollow
PONCA CITY. Aug. 2. Resulting
from a visit to this rlty Saturday by
Adj. Gen. Charles F. Ilarrett of Okla-
homa City and a luncheon In his
honor given by the chamber of com-
merce with a commlttco of the
American Legion . ns additional
guests this city will have either a
1 cht or heavy battery or artii'ery in
the national guard. Members of tho
league aro to organize nnu omcer
the battery upon tho recommenda-
tion and support of the chamber.
TlLACKWELL. Aug. 2. Arrange-
are being perfected by the Oklahoma
Stato Holiness association to
hold Its annual camp meet-
lnir hero In the city park
from Aiicust 25 to September B. The
evangelists for this season are Rev.
C. W. Ruth of Indianapolis and Rev.
J. E. Williams of Owcnboro Kjr.
rrof. John E. Moom of Wnuklta.
Okla.. will lead the singing. The
children's services will bo conducted
by Mrs. Ida E. Strickland of this
city. Officers of tho nssoclatlon nro
R. O welge president' v t: itiibo
vlco president: A. K. Ilonnewell su-
nrrlntendent of crounds and C. A.
Btrlcklntfd secretary-treasurer all of
JJNGINKiat KILIii;i IN WltlZClC.
Fireman and IlnUicman Also Injnrod
In Freight Accident Near Ktild.
ENID Okla. Aug. 2. II. II.
"Nate" Miller 45 of Enid engineer
was killed and Flremnn E. A. Good-
vlstU n In1 nf P.nld. won sartously
scalded In a wreck of a Frisco freight
trnln near l'awneo lato yesicruay
afternoon according to Information
at division headquarters here. 11. C.
Cooper a brakeman was also pain-
Ui:i)VCi:i HATES lX)lt 1. A. It.
Civil Wnr VclorniiH to Niitlonal lln-
utmpnient Grunted IttNluftinnx.
OKLAHOMA CITY Aug. 2.0. A.
R. veterans who nttend tho national
encampment at Indianapolis Septem-
ber 10 to 23 will be allowed railroad
faro of ono cent per.mllo It was
Stipulations provided for In tho
announcement require that return
trips must bo mado within two
months from tho dnto of enlo of
tickets and that no Btop-ovcra will
PIUZPAllK FOR STORAGE.
State Lnwtt Gotcnitng Public Storage
HoiLMtt Do Not Apply.
OKLAHOMA CITY Aug. 2. State"
laws governing public storago houses
do not affect persons or corpora
tions having storage room for wheat
of less than 23000 bushel capacny
E. L. Fulton ns.Vstant to the attor-
nev general announced today.
Mr. Fulton's opinion was given out
nfler IT. ! and A. 8. Mill of fair
view applied for a ruling stating that
thev nrotiosed to store wheat for
fanners In that region on a rental
basis paying for tho wheat at the
market price when cars for shipment
JAZZ BOW TIES
HARRY L. TOGGERY
10(1 Hj Third Rlclinid Illds.
.MiihUii I'lnncs Still Going.
PRINCE GEORGE 11. O. Aug. i-
Tnroo of tho four 1'. to. nrmy air
planes blazing tho trail of tho Mine
ola-'omo nurlnl trip arrived here
nt II n. m todny from Jiuiicr AI
berta 200 mltts way. Tho Amerlcann
will wait here for Captain Stteet
whole plane caught fire anl caused
him to return to Jnspcr this Mom
JiiHt look niiiong tho World Wmit
CoItimiH now nnd mh If tho wry
ptaiv )ou listo In mind Is not offered
in it figure) wllliln )our iiioium.
Sand Springs Notes
HANI HPIHNOH. Okla.. Aug 3.
Edna Cart ten-year-old daughter of
hotel on Main street was taken to j
Clnromoro Friday motnlng after a
tnosi Severn atincK or rueumniisri
which tett her partly crippled
lailth T.IvaIv mi Inaf rili! ir In (bp
schools hero lias returned from an
extended vum in ine nest
Hnturday morning at 8 o'clock a
political rally wus held In tho Trl
nngle the main talk of tho evening
being given by Hon Allien A Small
Tulsa county candidate for V 8. sen-
ator. Ills subject "American
Ism." Tho "Hmall-fur-Honator" club
wns In control of the meeting.
Friday night last William J- Cln
nater residing on North l.lnr.iln
street was host at a hnuso dan 'o In
honor of his sister. Mis rarollno
Clunater and her fi lends Miss Ma
thlMa llorgwald nnd Mrs Anno
Ilruun. all of St. Iniln. Dancing nnd
refreshment wcro enjn)cd through
out the evening. Tho guests Included
Mario King Nell King Anna Cahlll
Hazel Klckel Jnekln McFnddan
Caroline Clunnler Mines. F T llorg
wnld C. lliaun. J. Pohl V. llorg
wald; Messrs II McWIIIIams A t'
HIkes. A. J. Reamer A W Pint
O. Rt. y Aldrldgc T. ltorgwell V
J. C. linker returned Saturday from
a visit In western Knnsas.
William Frame tins returned front
a fUhng trip on Whlto river In Mis
Mrs L. II. Coming returned Fri-
day mornlg from a summer course
lit tho normal school at Pittsburgh
Mrs Itert Hlrhnrdson nnd two chll
dren llarhara and Mack returned
S.unl.iy from a visit to relatives nt
Mineral nervier were nem .on-
day morning nt tho Do HttiMcr home
on Roosevelt avenuo for Miss t'a'h-
erlnn do Btiifib'or who died Saturday
of typhoid fever Tho deceased was
a member of tho younger set hero
nnd wns loved by at' who knew her
Why Itch and Burn
With Skin Diseases
1 Distributed By rSp
Ratclif.f-Sanders Co. Mm
First nnd Elgin Osage J and 2 &Vp$
Thcro Is n at t- a Hid of thai
Those who rely upon local treat
ment such ns ointments salves lo-
tions washes etc. which nro ap-
plied to tho surface of tho skin will
never be fren from agonizing skin
diseases because they are going
nboiit the li raiment Just backwards.
They uro treating tho results of the
disorder anil cot the dlncuxu llxelt.
They nro attempting to boll water
by appllng thn heat In tho wrong
Theso terrifying skin Irritations
eczema tetler bolls pimples etc.
havo their origin In a dlsordorcd
condition of the blood. They come
from n colony of tiny germs which
get Into the blood and multiply by
Do not expect lo bo cured of any I
form nf skin disease by the use of
Inlluns salves ointments or other
lornl treatment ns such romedleN
cn2nt possllily rii.ch tho sourco of
tho triiuv!? which is In tho blood.
When nny ot Ui vmptoms np-
pear on nny part of your 'uc?j' vj-m
nhould tnkn prompt steps to rid tho
blood of tho germs which cause
them. And tho ono remedy which
has nn equal as a blood cleanser Is
H S. H which Is sold by drugiclsla
Renin taking H. H. H. today and
wrllo a complete history of your
caso to our Chief Medical Adviser
who will five on spuvlat Inr.trm
tlnns without chnrgo Wrllo at
oncn to Medical Director 013 Hwlft
laboratory Atlantn G. Advu
McEwen Mfg. Company
Orflro and Worlia
McKwcn Com HTigina
Band Wheel Power
Power Pumps nnd Pumping Jaris
Pipe. Cnslnj; nnd Oil Well Supplies
MEXE. Aug. 2. J. D. Rich
ardson farmer had a narrow es-
cape from death Saturday when run
down by a runaway team from a
Newklrk coalyard RIchirdson was
crossing the street when the tem
struck him Luckily he escaped
with minor Injuries.
HILLINGS Aug. 2. William D.
Splawn a young man of Idabel. was
drowned Saturday In a lake on the
Robert G!nn farm In which he and
everal others were swimming. He
had been working In the harvest In
this neighborhood nnd had Just quit
work with the Intention of returning
home The body was recovered with
a lno and shipped to Idabel.
PONCA City. Aug. 2. Sheop
owners havo had a recent scare on
account of several cases of blackleg
In herds In the north central portion
of tho county but no spread of tho
dlseaso Is anticipated by C. 8. Mery-
ilth county farm agent who Is keep-
Ing In close touch with conditions. W
II. Taylor living north of town hna
lose several head of shoep recently
but their death was due to bloat.
NEWKIRK Aug 2. Mr. nnd Mrs.
A. Helbeson natives of France but
for a long time residents of this
ounty havo returned from a trip to
their native land. Ho reports France
greatly handicapped for lack of
means nnd thnt little has been done
toward rehabilitation the battle. torn
'errltory being as yet quite desolate.
TjJi Helhcsona who live nt Now-
kljfc have recently become wealthy
through oil royalties.
OKLAHOMA CITY Aug 2. Mhs
Ethel R. Hawley head of the state
vital statistics department will be
the only woman director In the
I'nlted States to attend the 40lh
annual convention of the American
Public Health nssoclatlon which
meets In San Francisco In Keptem-
oer .miss liuwicy win niso ue iv-r
a prepared address before tho con-
A VOTE FOR
W. W. STUCK EY
IS A VOTE TO REDUCE
During the past year he has increased the
earnings of the county's Sinking Fund from
$18180 in the fiscal ycatof 1918-1 to
$51 160.27 an increase of over 280 per cent
for the fiscal year ending June 30 1920. This
is exclusive of interest on road bond issue and
is the result of the judicious handling of the
sinking fund money and collection of back
taxes. The sinking fund rate will be lower
this year than last year.
During Stuckey's administration the earnings
in all of the county's funds have been greater
than any previous year and such earnings as-
sist in reducing taxes.
The above statements can be verified by an
examination of the balance sheets now on file
with the County Clerk.
A vote for Stuckey means business efficiency
in the County Treasurer's office.
To People Who Believe in Quality
RETIRING FROM BUSINESS
HAS A PARTICULAR APPEAL
Offering This Week
1000 Pairs White
'" " " "- - ' ''
Included in this lot are pumps and oxfords
of every wanted style for women and
mipoes; high and low heels; in white kid
buck or canVas; all sizes; values to .$12.
Other White Shoes
of canvas in the latest fjtyles and very ex-
ceptional values at
OUR ENTIRE STOCK
Our entire stock of high-grade shoes and
oxfords for men and boys; shoes oxfords
and pumps for women misses and children
in all leathers styles and sizes; all reduced
for quick sale.
Nothing Over $6.89 Down to 89c
I Si I I
(Tald Political Advertisement)
10 Years in Business Guarantee With Kycry Sale
Second Floor Robinson Building Stairs or Elevator
Opening Today at Noon for the
16 West Third Stteet
To Start This Great Bankrupt Salo Wo Aro
Inaugurating a Mammoth ' t
Nothing Sold Today but Blouses
'These are all high grade waists and you aro excep-
tionally lucky to get them in this lc sale. That is;
you buy one waist at its regular price and for lc mora
you will receive two waists.
Silk Dress Sale Wednesday
Southwestern Brokerage Co.
16 West Third Street
DELICIOUS AND REFRESHING
j the hit that ouveo the dny.
y i Demand thuenu!noby full nme 1 i
nlcknme encourg lubttltution. ft it
$5 II Thu Coca-Cola Co. .w $fy f
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