The Sunday Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 128, Ed. 1, Sunday, February 5, 1922 Page: 5 of 50
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TULSA DAILY WORLD SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 5. 1922
Prosperous Farmers Are
T.'nn(rnH m Illicit
FIGHTING EACH OTHER
Lack of Ncighborlincss Ren
ders WorK oi ueiccuon
VlNITA l ob. 4. Although there
in which "till" rlmla are not re-
in n'" ...
rolllufu iukviim-i - ..-. v.
imcltmanuf I'turers and distributors
f moonahlnc liquor still few road-
' . realize tho wide extent of the
bunlnws" and tho financial caliber
of tome of the men guilty ot violat-
or the eighteenth amendment. A
tilk with Julius I'aync deputy Unit-
iil Slate marshal here today devel-
ZtA the fa ' that o-no man. Charlie
Warf.'all. In Delaware county who
nljiWM KUIIiy io possession oi u
.till and Is now serving timoln tho
nil 'it Muskogee owns 600 Acres of
met alley firm '"H'1 where 10 niado
Hihomand ronductcd his brewery.
nothr Wiley George of tho snmo
county living flvo miles northeast
of Jay who I oUt on 101(1 awaiting
a hearing before tho federal court.
Ins a nice farm homo and GOO acres
ft land. The federal officers ob-
UlMd "till and 4 quart of whisky
dthli place and ffcund tho Improvo-
menu around tho place In a pros-
rerout condition Jim Simpson an-
other Delaware county man who
ho pleaded guilty owns 100 acres
of farm land.
The officers gained the Informn-
t!ea that one man made periodical
t'rlpi to tho Westfall nnd Simpson
tarW buying tho output of both
hti Stanley of fentralla who
ji alleged to have operated a crude
affair as a etlll was captured' by tho
officers and Is now In Jail In default
ot bond awaiting trial baforo tho
federal court Ills caso was heard
Wedneulsy before Edward Hrady
'lilted States commissioner for this
Mr. I'm tie has a record of 21 stills
ciptured during January.
Aiked as io now no located mu
"moonihlne" outfits Mr. Payne re-
lerved due reticence but volunteered
the Information that as soon ns ono
Ii caught It la easy to Bet another
as tho operators are suspicious of
one another nnd "blow" on the other
as toon ns they aro caught.
It not Infrequently happen too that
out who Is guilty will muko accusa
tion! ngainei a penccuy renprciauiu
firmer In order tc turn suspicion
Mr Payne found that one man's
method of escaping detection wus to
tlrup a fuaa with all his neighbors
luplDC them at arm's length bo to
ipuk so that he was not bothered
waanyone coming on ms premises.
Tie punishment administered by
the federal jurt.at Muskogee Is
ruerally UP fine and 30 days In
Jail for the first offense. Tho law
provides for a flno of not exceed-
ing J1.000 or six months In Jail for
the first offenso and n flno ot from
1200 to (2000 and from one month
to flvo years In tho pcnltentlnry for
tho second or succeeding offenses.
Bcrturga Will Furnish Inspiration to
Dclawnro School Men In Com-
Special tn Tho World.
JAA' Feb. 4. A three-day session
of tho community Institute will be
held In drove April 9. 10 11 un-
der the auspices of tho extension
division of tho University of Okla-
homa uccordlng to an announcement
Just received from tho university
The instltuto will begin with "A
big mum meeting In the .Methodist
church and topics of Interest to the
entire community will bo discussed.
During tho morning sessions spoclnl
programs will bo conducted for tho
.school children whllo the lifter-
noons ami evenings win uu uevoled
to programs of Interest to all Health
and hygiene homo problems social
recreation community and civic
problems will bo discussed by the
staff. It Is oxpodtcd that the county
superintendent of public Instruction
will co-operate with oftlcors ot the
Instltuto and have most of her
teachers prewent. Dr. Slratton D.
llrooks president of tho university
will deliver nn address to the
BANKS COMBINE AT VlNITA
State nnd National Institutions to
Tool Tliclr KndcAtor.
BpecUl in The World.
VlNITA Feb. 4. The merger tt
few days ago of tho First tUate bank
nnd tho Vln.ta National bank under
tho name of the latter gives the
consolidated Institution total assets
of 1856800.92. nearly $100000 more
than cither of tho two other banks
In the city tho First National hav-
ing resources ot (764738.57 and the
Farmers Btato (720139.37. The
combined assets of these threo strong
banking firms amounts to (2341-
738.84. Tho First Stato bank was located
Just across tho street Bouth from the
Vlntta National and tho officers of
the Stato bank moved Into the lat-
ter' offices. IT. Itoblnson assist-
ant cashlor of tho First State bank
has remained In tho old location for
a fow days to closo up somo of that
bank's business I. W. Samuel
president of tho First Stato bank
becomes vlco president and chair-
man ot tho board ot tho consolidated
Instltutlon.and Kdgnr liufflngton re-
mains as president ot the now bank.
Hoy Warner cashier of tho First
Stale becomes cashier ot tho con'
aolidatcd bank and Wilton Itatclltf
former cashier of the Vlnlta Na-
tional Is assistant cashier.
Chamber of Comment! Primary
Special to Tho World.
PAWHUSICA.'Fob. 4. Plans are
being made for tho annual election
of directors of tho chnmbor of com-
merce. Although this does not oc-
cur until tho March meeting n pri-
mary' election will bo held Februnry
9 when Iho 18 paid-up members
getting the largest number of votes
will bo placed on the final ballot.
Nine directors aro to be elected.
New York women aro wearlnrr fur
at tho top of their rolled-down
HIGH COST OF
Other Indian Settlements
Cost $20; Osage Cases
Speclnl to Tho World. .
PONCA CITY Feb C Commls-
sloner llurko of tho Indian depart-
ment believes apparently that it la
coating too much money to wind up
gunnllanshlp and administration
rases among tho Usago Indians ac-
cording to announcement nfada by
John T. Leahy upon his return from
a recent trip to Washington I). (
with tho members of tho Osngo In-
dian council who went to protest
ngntnst such high costs. Mr. llurko
stated that tho department Is ablo
to closo up such cases In other In-
dian tribes for about (20 whereas
nmong tho Osagcs It costs evidently
Tho Osage liavo naked that tho
department tnko all .such cases un-
der Us Jurisdiction nnd eliminate
tho county courts which now have
Jurisdiction. Mr. Leahy believes this
request In full may not ho granted
but that probably un nmendment
may bo secured whereby all such
expenditures of money must havo
tho approval of tho tribal agent or
Mr. Leahy says that Commis-
sioner llurko does not look favor-
ably upon tho Osages' request to
tako restrictions off tho funds of
fullbloods nnd minors but ho main-
tains thnt the 1921 law Is Just in
allowing (1000 per quarter to In-
competent ndults and (G00 per quar-
ter to minors to bo expended undpr
tho supervision of the superintend-
ent tho remainder of their Income
to ho invested In bonds. llurko
suggested that in rnso of sickness
and other emergencies moro than
tho nllotted might ho made.
"Tho recent decision ot tho su-
premo court In tho Gillespie rasa
relieves all members ot tho Osngo
trlbo of Indians from tho payment
of n stato Income tax" nays Mr.
Ilnms to market nnd passes through
ono ot tho richest coal belts In Okla
Mnllicni Is Ouster Target.
OKLAHOMA CITY. -J II. Math-
ers of Ardmore county attorney ot
Carter county was In conference
with state officials regarding the
charges o( lax law enforcement on
his part. An attempt to havo oustor
charges brought against him hns
been mado by Carter county citi
Ministers Form An Alliance.
WATONOA. .Ministers of nil
Wntongn churches havo oiganlzed a
pastors' nlllnnce. Hov. It. M. Lovell
of the Christian church una olectcd
Mld-Yi'iir PledgliiK s Light
NOIl.M AN. Fifteen women nnd
24 men wcro pledged by tho social
rrnturnltlrs nnd sororities at tho Uni-
versity of Oklahoma during tho mid-
year pledging. The pledging wni
unusually small nnd several frater-
nities and sororities did not pledge
nt all Tho Pan llellonle council
continued tho sstem ot preferential
New Itnllmiy to Coal llcld.
POTKAU. A now railway run-
ning from Tnhona to Cnmoron
where it would connect with tho
Frisco tn being proposed several
mine owners residing nt Fort Smith
being behind the scheme. Tho rond
would be used to get tho product
of tho mines nt Tahonn and Wll-
The Biggest Bargain
1462 Acre Plantation Yielding Income of Over $50000
Per Year on Cotton Alone (490 Bales Last
Season) . Liberal Terms. '
I personally own this land all in
ono piece but on account of other
interests am forced to sell.
Kvcry aero black hogwallow of
equal and wonderful fertility. Not a
stump not a stone nor a piece ot
19 miles southwest ot Corpus
Chrlstl 4 miles from Drlscoll on the
OuK Coast Hy. Postotflco is Hobs-
town Ask any Texas farmer what Robs-
town location implies and what tho
nnme Clarksoij' moans In referonco
to Sudan grass.
No location could bo better for
plentiful nnd cheap labor.
Flno home foreman's residence
12 good tenant houses excellent
barn best granary in south Texas
garage shop horses machinery nrul
"extra liberal equipment of all kinds.
No bettor noil In tho whole world
for truck farming ami rotating
crops. Kaffler Corn Mllo Maize
Sudan and Ilhndcs grass.
Flno early llermuda Onions and
Cucumbers; Strawberries Cubbago
and Lcttuco rnuturo In February.
Hoses In my yard every month of
tho year. Oranges date palms con-
tury plants and all seml-troptcal
Will make heavy sacrifice for
quick sale of entlro tract nnd glvo
Wrlto at once for full particulars.
Address; David II. Clarkson 2533
to 2537 South State street Chicago
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Will contain built-in features hardwood flpors
throughout small basement good plumbing and
wiring. The interior arrangement is as pleasing
as the exterior and our own architect will make
any desired changes for you.
Why not use our iree building service and have our archi-
tect help you with your building- problems? This service is
free. Come and see us. We can show you a number of
houses built from Kidd-Moore service and each place -houses
a satisfied owner.
KIDD-MOORE LUMBER CO.
K A. KIDD Courtesu Service Building Material
SIXTH AND ROCKFORD
PHIL B. MOORE
PHONE CEDAR 2773
Will Try Plchcr tlroeer.
MIAMI. Jury wns necnted In the
strict cdurt hero Friday for tho
In! r.f n 11 Wt ki1 rm lllMtnr
grocer charged with the murder n(
. ii. v nnurrpooi n .10 pun ueicciive
ho was slain In 11 gun flKht bn-
Ll'itim nff(rrtr nml nllntrn.l atiirnt
thieves near Commerce about twi
Kecking fytatci llnuiostpmW.
OUTHHIK. Ijind office officials
here report thnt mora than 600 In
quiries wcro received during Janu
ary regarding vacant homestead
land in Ukianomn. -Many of tnese
Inquiries enma from distant states.
Wallers Wins DimiiI Debate.
WALTKliS Walters high school
debato team Friday eliminated the
IJovol Tillman cXmnty. team In the
first Inlerdlsh let mutest hero on
tho question of thn'open shop."
Candidate lNir "Stale Senator.
AHD.MOIli: Asa R. Waldin r.f
Mnrlettn Friday announced that he
will bo n rnndldnlo for Iho stnte
sennto from tho Klghtcenth district
President lllnn IVnell ( lull.
NOHMAN - (Inrald Forbes of till
city hns been elected president of
tho Illue Tenrll club Banners' writ- hery of the Farmers Btato hank nt
er organization to euivccd Hunter
Huckles Hath nrn sludents In tho
school of Journalism tho lntter being
recently chosen editor ot tho 1022
Sooner yrnr book.
Advocates) Clt .Manager Plan.
I'OTWAL'.Tho Weekly ledger of
Heaveiier llilt county. Is advocating
tho city manager form of govern-
ment for that place. It slates that
tho city council Is about to present
the proposition to Iho Voters for
Ada dels PIcUlo Factory
ADA. plrltle farlnrv for Ada
Is assured according to Information
released by the chamber of com-
merce.' J. T. Atkinson who hns
spent several years In this buslnofw
In lown Is In the clly and prepared
to close thn deal for n silo which
will ho located In the Industrial ad-
dition north of tho clly
Itnlhuiy Truffle On ilm Increase.
IHKIO. A marked Increase In
rail traffic during the next few
months 1m predicted hy officials of
tho Frisco here. They say that the
Increase during the past fow weeks
linn been qullo nollrruhlc.
Suspects Aii Identified.
TAIILIWAII. The threo men nr-1
rested Friday hy county officers 1
believed to bo Implicated In tho rob
I'nrkhlll January 2S nnd thn rob
hery of the Itulhert bank the week
before aro said to be "Iluster"
Humpter tleorge Simon and I.ovls
uuriis nil rrom near llcggs.
Tall Nearly DcNimtniC(l.
POTHAtf.- Klghteen men havo
esroped from tho cntinty Jnll In the
last two months following the de-
velopment of a caso ot smallpox
there. Only la yet remain. Ten
prisoners died from tho disease. Of
those who left two nrn known to
bo dead but the rest nro not ac-
counted for. The Jail was Just re
eenlly completed nt a cost of S2r000.
Officii SeekerM Aro Plenty.
POTISAt'. A new crop of candi-
dates In LeFlnre county for both
county and statu offices tn bu elect-
ed next August Is appearing almost
dally both democrals and republic-
ans. Tho first day for filing Is
April 23 hut several are maidnit
haste to Imvo I hoi r Intentlonv
INWANAPOU. Incl l'b .--
V K. Ssnatnr ll.rry H N-w and Mrs. Now
r.turn to Wa.iiinaiou they wit! laks wiih
Ihspi a erttmti ulr la ! ilstlvril Id
1'rr.Mtnt llar.linr vrtih Ilia etiniitllnisnla I
ut Mu. Mif Airo of VtIlll. Inii
llobert A Metllrney
Funeral Director 31 8. Main
Phonn Osngo 191-150 -Advertisement.
Ruins The Hair
M'At.MNTKII li. I Wllflam llutkt
of lUM.horn ni suu k evrr Itia lisaii
aeil rntili.il of tin lv riml.Hila nrar lh
I'nleii atallnn !i rs u.t nldhl
Olrls If you want plenty of thick
beautiful glossy silky hnlr do hy all
means get rid of dandruff for It will
starve your hnlr and ruin It If ju
It doesn't do much good to try to
brush or wash It out. Thn only sure
way tn get rid of dandruff Is tn dtu-
solve It then you destroy It entirely.
To do this got about four ounces of
ordinary liquid nrvon; apply It nt
night when retiring; Use enough to
moisten tho scalp and rub it in gent-
ly with thn finger tips
Hy morning most If not nil ot
your dandruff- will bo gone and
threo or four more applications will
completely dissolve nnd entirely de-
stroy every single lgn and tract
You will flnil too that nil Itching
ami digging of thn scalp will stop
and your hnlr will look and feel a
hundred times better. You can get
liquid nrvon at any drug store it
U Inexpensive and four ounces Is all
you will need nn matter how murh
dandruff you have. This slmplo
remedy nover falls Advortlsvmot.
Sonic would-be clever
exponent of tlic "nrt" of
selling onte coined nn epi-
gram thnt obtained wide
circulation among superfic-
ial minds hut which to our
way of thinking mot as-
suredly deserves oblivion.
Certainly its application
hns no part in our store
'Anybody can sell folks
the things they want" runs
the delusive ndvice "hut it
tnkes n salesman to sell
them the things they don't
Pretty good logic for
touch-niid-im ncnlrv of easy
conscience perhaps the
type thut never expects to
sell the same person twice.
Our idea of salesmanship
is to assist you in buying
rather than to sellj'you
something by sheer Insis-
tence. t We find most folks like
our brand of salesmanship
CoatS and WrapS
The new arrivals Include sport models
with n dqddcd swagger ntmospbero In
Herringbone Tweed and Camels-Hair in
belted models with leather or bone bullous
pnlch or set-in pockets. The colors arc de-
lightful hues of tan green gray rookie
light blue and checks. Quite reasonably
' for Spring
-Including- slip-overs nnd
Tuxedo styles in shades
of buff peacock blue
poppy and jade. Prices
$295 to $15
Long sleeves good qual-
ity blue denim with white
stripe Khaki belt and col-
lar; well made nnd cut
full. Sizes 2 to 8. Special
$3.50 Spats $1
Choice of 76 pairs of Hpats In
light and dark gray light
brown cnator black and
white. Made of good quustllty
broadcloth. Values to MlSO.
Choice while they last
White Bungalow Aprons
Helted style ruffle trimmed
grnerou pockets; well made;
sizes 40 to It.
Nctc Wash Material
For Spring Drettea
Imperial Chsmbrays In
checks stripes and plain
colors; 10 Inches wide
Per yard 39c
New flprlng Ginghams In
many new rlierku strlpea
and plaids nlao plain colors
27 and 12 Irtchea wide; prices
per yard '
25c SSc 50c 75c
New Imported Eponge In the
season's lateat colors IS
K-inch Non-Crush Dress Linen
In all th new shades; good
Per yard $1.00
New Hprlng Organdies In 25
different ghadea In extra fine
Imported quality. Guaranteed
- permanent finish
Per yard $1.50
New Sprlhg Ileach Cloths
very popular for one-piece
dresaea. In many different col-
ors; it inches wide
Per yard 50c
Union Sniff 79c
Low neck no sleeves knee
length tight or loose knee open
or cloaed gore Alt slzea
Don't MIbs the Llberattl Concert by Adkar Hand
Are shown in greys tans rookie fuchsia
navy green and jade. They arc fashioned
from such fabrics ns I'oiret Twill. Tric-
otinc nml Mnrinclln cloth. You will find
them worth the money nt
P r jib ff (t rfn
. vJb to S
Include a handsome showing of the popular taffet creations
In various spring shades including dark bluo. They are char-
acterized by puffy sleeves flarry bouffant skirts and tight
basquo walit effects Nearly all have dainty bright colored
ribbon corO0rs. Nevr before w believe have styles been
so alluring as thtse Prices
of Canton Crepe
-Another new nrrlvnl is this afternoon frock of Can-
ton Crepe with skirt pnncls of Vellcttc in somewhat
tailored effects. The wnlst line is elaborately em-
broidered in handsome designs. Long flowing
sleeves add another touch of distinction to this al-
together charming frock Prices range from
$35 to $100
The New Suits for Spring
Arc arriving on every express The sport models arc
being shown in Tweeds Velours and Flannels in
all pastel shades. They arc priced from .?.'!! to
$7I)..r0. The tailored and novelty suits arc in Navy.
Sand and Tan shades of Tricoline. Piquitiuc and
Twill Cords. Prices from
$32.50 to $85
choice of any
too me it's h i g h
shoo in stock
Address Mall Orders to "DoroUiy Day" Caro Vandcvrrs for
Personal BcrTloo and Attention
Haircut or Bobbing
With every pair of children's
shoes .purchased here we give
a ticket entitling the child to
one free hair cut or bobblnr In
our Children's llarber Hhop. lie
sure to aslc salesman for ticket.
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