Oklahoma State Register (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 25, 1921 Page: 4 of 8
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OKLAHOMA STATE RF.GISTER
ftUarml ttl Foil Offno# a; Guthrie.
Oklahoma, as second clans matter.
THE OKLiHOUA PRINTING
J U Dolph. PrM. John Golobie, Sec.
OKLAHOMA STATE REGISTER
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Ul'TUIHIK. OK1.A. M'<i |IJ-'
A I'll IM' IWK.STMIM'.
Ttio Salvation Army ia conducting
8 campaign In HiIh city ami county
tor funds with which to extend U
activities in our midst. Through
the County Advisory Boards, which
were organized about u year ago, the
Aimy is doing u vast amount of good*
It is handling cases that no other re-
lief organization is trained or enu-
L'p until the present year the peo-
ple of the rural communities and
small towns have kpown little of the
Salvation Army and its work, hut
now it is stretching its helping hand
out to everybody. In town utid coun-
try, through the Advisory Boards,
a he extent of its help in this com-
munity Will depend upon the sup-
port its appeal for financial aid re-
ceived from the people. We dou't be-
lieve any man wilt refuse to give his
hit to further the great work of
this organization of human relief
The Salvation Army says a man
may be down bul he is never out.
and that is a uiightv gov' -way (u
look ut it The Army uas picked I
up men out of the deep gutters ol
vice und brought them through to (
become tR)Od and useful citizens in
later years, it luu saved many a
girl from wrev and ruin; and even
after they had been "ruined" the
Army has cared for them tenderly
and put them on the road to useful
womanhood during the rest of their
A dollar Invested in a better citiz-
enship is a dollar well invested. And
that is exactly what the Salvation
Army spends 36." days every year
doing—building and molding better
KALTATIOH UMVURiw EA18MG
Kl>D8 Ti) EXTEND WORK.
The campaign of the Salvation
Army to raise $110,000 with which
to carry out its home service pro-
gram in the eighteen counties of
northwest Oklahoma begins this week
in all towns and communities Ad-
visory Boards "In each county
charge of the work, backed up by
active Committees of business men.
According to Word from Campaign
Headquarters at Enid, the goal will
be reached in every county.
One of the main objects of the
campaign is to enable the Salvation
Army to become established on a
more solid basis in this section of
the state. Following the successful
close of the drive ii is expected that j|
the Army will be able to expand and
extend the scope of itb activities to
every town and rural section. The
$30,000 quota for the eighteen count-
ies is divided Into units as follows
Towards an Oklahoma Rescue
Home and Maternity Hospital. $10.-
000 to a hanking concern for the pur-
co-opt ration with the County Adivos-
ory (Boards, $7,500; towards assist-
ing struggling Salvation Army Corps
with their building programs, $2,000;
and the rest of the fund is to be
used in maintaining the Divisional
Headquarters at Oklahoma City,
training officers for the Army in
Oklahoma, doing prison work in the
"pens" and among the prisoners'
families, helping disabled men, and
opening up new work in several
The Salvation Army has handled
151 lellef cases in Oklahoma during
the last nine mouths which, it Is
said, could not have been handled by
any other agency.
The Salvation Army has discon-
tinued the use of the tamborine col-
lection system in towns and cities.
It is now depending on annual gitts
Roy Miller was quite seciously in-
jured by being struck by an automo
bile Sunday. He had just arrived a*
the west side fire station wv.en he waj>
struck by an automobile goii at r
high rate of speed. The impart hurle i
Miller to the side of the curbing 11-
sustained deep cuts on the h 1 am
is badly bruised on body and'limbs
K. C. \A> I VMM h >1 \Khl I'.
hcrlinr iii lloifN I nclireked; tattle
Ma. k.'t SleilU).
Kansas City Stork Yards, Aug. 23.--
The bulk of the hogs today solu on
all markets under the 8 cent level for
the first time in more than two
months. Receipt* were tally liberal
and shippers are curtailing demand
causing the biggest declines at mar-
ket where they have been buying se-
lected medium and light weight grades
at a premium. The cattle market
steadied *at Monday's decline. Re
ceipts here wire lighter than a week
ago. bin In Clilcag^ where a con-
gests I condition prevails, receipts
were larger than Tuesday of las'
week Sheep receipts were liberal,
but with a good demand prices were
steady to 25 cents lowr. Elsewhere
general declines prevailed.
Receipts today were 13,000 cattle.
D500 hogs, and 12,000 sheep, compared
with -8,500 cuttle. 8000 hogs, and bOUO
sheep a week ago, and 17,750 cattle,
1U25 hogs, 1111(^0:100 sheep a yei.r ago.
With 5500 fewer cattle here than a
week ago, and 12,000 fewer in the two
days this week than In the same pe-
riod last week, the market displayed a
better tone and steadied at Monday s
decline. Prime yearlings se'd up to
$10.35, and other fed steers at $0.00
to $10.00. Chicago, market, conditions
remained unsettled with a dull trade
in all classes. In some cases, good to
| choice steers here sold at a slight ad-
! vauce over Monday. Most of tlie grass
tat steers, cows, and heifers, wera
steady, but dominating the entire
trade was a feeling that th clow point
bad been reached an dthat the market
was due for a reaction. Veal calves
were 50 cents higher.
I Banks at the Kansas City Stock
Yards announced that they had avail
I able 2 milllom dollars to loan cattle
I feeders. This increased demand for
' thin cattle and at the same time caused
a much better feeling about the yards.
I Prices were quoted stronger.
Hog prices receded another 25 cents
I and the decline took the market under
the 9 cent level for the first time in
two months past. Compared with the
high point in July, the market Is down
$2.25. Shippers demuud at Eastern
markets has fallen off materially and
declines there have been greater than
at Missouri River markets. The top
price here today was $S.S0, and the
bulk of sales $N.OO to $S.80. Pigs sold
up to $0.00.
Sheep and l.nuib*.
Sheep held steady and lumbs were
25 cents lower. Native lambs sold
mostly at $8.75 to $9.25 and western
lambs at $0.25 to $0.85. Feeding lambs
brought $7 00 to $7.75. Demand for
good thin lambs is increasing.
Trade in horses and mules remains
quiet at unchanged prices.
CHARLES M. PIPKIN,
WE WILL REDEEM THE CHLOR-E-DIXO
COUPONS APPEARING THIS WEEK
IN THE SATURDAY EVENING
You will find in the Saturday Evening Post
this week a full (>age advertisement of Chlor-e-
dixo, the tooth paste for an acid mouth.
The regular price of Chlor-e-dixo is 50c per
tube, but the coupon in the Saturday Evening
Post will entitle you to a full size 50c tube for
By arangement with the American Drug-
gists Syndicate we have been authorized to re-
deem these coupons and will give to every one
visiting our store and presenting this coupon a
full size 50c tube of Chlor-e-dix for 12c.
We know that Chlor-e-dixo is the finest and
most efficient tooth paste ever made, that it is
the tooth paste for an acid mouth, that it will
remove film and prevent the accumulation of
film on the teeth.
Chlor-e-dixo is a regular 50c article, has never
been sold for less, and never again will be offer-
ed to Evening Post readers at this special trial
offer price, but we know that if you once use
Chlor-e-dixo you will always use Chlor-e-dixo
and that is why we are able to let you have a full
size at less than cost, in order to get you to be-
gin at once the use of this marvelous dentifrice.
The Saturday Evening Post of Aug. 13th
contains an advertisement of this most, excel-
lent toilet requisite, with a coupon which, when
properly signed, permits you to buy a full si<sed
tube for only 12c. If you do not happen to have
a Saturday Evening Post, we can supply you
with one for a nickel thus making the cost to
you but 17c for a 50c article.
Come in and let us show you.
Lillie's Drug Store
Also Known as The Postoffice Drug Store
OFFICIAL SCHOOL HOOK DEPOSITORY
Phone 61. 201.) West Oklahoma Avenue
Agency for Eastman Kodaks, Parker & Water-
man Fountain Pens.
The Oldest Drug House in Guthrie
CVHMV ti. Illitlhi II I HI
Secretary \Y. K. McKeau. a
Fair Association is off on
tion this week but before I
booked a first class i. t il
pain with four riding devi. •
usual number of shows
In addition he has bo. k<
carrying flying niacin
special attractions whi
tain the people every h
w the fair.
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r the t
GUTHRIE VETERINARY HOSPITAL
At Old Dove Barn
DRS. DEAN & R0B1S0N
Authorized inspectors by Oklahoma State Board
of Agriculture and State Veterinarian.
A full and complete line of drugs and serums for
animals on hand at all times.
219 North Second St. Phone No. 80-1, Day or
Night. Guthrie, Okla.
cri I rpc KITCHEN
Commencing Sat., Aug. 27
such bonds ale to be paid not in
American dollars, but in the currency
of Poland. Ibis plan, it is said,
would reduce returns on the bonds
to almost nothing.
If a fraud order is not issued by
the postmaster general, it is Pos-
Mbie I he t .-rotary of the treasury
will issue to (lie public a warning
to be on guai d against this and
similar efforts to deplete the Amer-
lean pocket book.
i I.ogan county has entered Us county
' agricultural exhibit lor the Oklahoma
State fair, to be held at Oklahoma.
; City, September 21 to October 1.
! .Nineteen counties have entered ex-
' hibits. McCurtain, Muskogee, Pawnee.
! Okfuskee. Garvin. Carter, Cleveland,
| Texas. Oklahoma, McClain, Comanche,
Payne, Hughes, Creek, Grady, lllain*.
I.oguu, Canadian and Poltawatomie.
McCurtain was first to enter.
Entries from counties in the wes-
tern part of the state are as yet con-
gplcuously few, but in (lie opinion of
1. S. Mahan, general manager, western
counties have merely delayed reserva-
tion of exhibit room in the agricul-
' t the recent meeting of the Col-
ored Masonic Grand Ixidge of the
stale Sam F. Jordan of this city was
elected grand treasurer for the fifth
successive time. Sam handles fifty
I thousand dollars and more each year
1 for the organization and his reports
always tally to the cent -v"1 ;>n'
| models of accounting.
' vFiist Published ia Oklahoma Stat. Ueg-
| ist«-r Thursday, August. I', l'.'-l.
1 In Ti e District Court of Logan County,
State of Oklahoma
JSS1E III NIC. Plaintiff,
The Cabinet with the Automatic lowering flour bin.
Vour husband wants you to have one of these won-
derful convenient cabinets.
SI.00 down delivers one of these cabinets to your
home with a 12-piece set of aluminum or white Republic
ware FREE, during this sale. Convenient terms.
Come bring your friends with you and save money.
Metzler Furniture Co.
the peoples store
i.i thru: tku'hkk >yki>s.
i American investors, are considering
will sell Polish munici-
pal bonds, supposedly worth 10,000
Polish irfarkB to Americans for
in American cash. The returns from i Slate
1'ostmaster General Hays is weigh-
...^asures to suppress these opera- , ing the question whether the postal
A very pretty wedding was that of \ tions by warnings which will render laws are sufficiently broad to check
N,is- Eva Flitch daughter of Mrs.' the operations of the promoters un-, th'e attempt to sell these bonds.
Dillie Fliach and Mr. Henry Carrol successful. j American promoters of the sellmg
of Denver, Colorado, which took: The United States mails were plan for Polish brokers represent
place at 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon flooded with circulars of brokers act- to prospective buyers of their securl-
in (lie home of the bride. Rev. G. t). Ing for "investment brokers" abroad, ties that the
Nichols of (he First Presbyterian offering to sell American investor
church performing the ceremony, in certain Polish municipal bo nis, to
the presence of relatives and a few , what purports to be a "song
close friends. t
Following the ceremony, the bridal
couple left for Colorado Springs for
a couple of weeks before going to |
Denver where Mr. Carroll is Prof- j
essor of History in the high school.
Mrs. Carroll, who is a very charm*
4 young woman. received her A.
b. and* A. iVi. degrees at the Cniver- 1
sity of Oklahoma, and has taught in
the Guthrie High School for the past
Mil l TH hi l > FOR s I VTI K UK.
Nora B. Muvaw. County Superin-
tendent of School* of Logan county.
has just received 6790 fre * tickets of
admission fo • Friday, September
"School Children Day." at the Ok! -
hema State Fair and Exmsition at
Oklahoma City, 'or distribution to ev-
ery school child fn the co "ty.
All school chil.lren in the s'ate will*
I be admitted to 'he Fair free on that
lie State of
You are hereby notified that you have
ecu sued in the district court of liogan
ounty. State of Oklahoma, in an ac-
tion wherein Bessie Kine is plaintiff
and Elda Kine is defendant and that
yau must answer the petiti<-«i of plain-
tiff filed in said cause, on or before
the 28th day of September 1921. or said
petition will be taken as true and judK-
inent rendered against you for a de-
absolute divorce in favor ol
plaintiff and tor the restoration of
plaintiff's maiden name as prayed for
in said petition. ^
Deputy Court Clerk.
O. K. FEQAN, Attorney for Plaintiff.
(First Published In Oklahoma State Reg-
ister Thursday. August, 18, 1921.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the matter of the estate of Charles
Seely. late of the city of Guthrie. County
of iiOKan, State of Oklahoma, Deceased.
All persons having claims against said
I Charles Seely. deceased, are required to
present the same, with the necessary
vouchers to the undersigned, duly appo-
inted and qualified Executrix of the last
will and testament of said deceased, at
her residence, 1" 18 West Noble Ave., in
the City of Guthrie, County of l*jgan
and State of Oklahoma, or left at the of-
fice of John J. Hi Id ret h, Attorney, with-
in four months of the date hereof, or the
same will be forever barred.
Dated the 13th day of August 1921.
ISABELLE. SEELY, Executrix.
JOHN J. HILDRETH. Attorney.
(First published in Oklahoma State
Register, Thursday. August 18, 1921.)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the Matter of the Estate of Indi-
ana Dilley, late of the City of Guth-
rie, County of Logan, State of Okla-
All persons having claims against
said Indiana Dilley, deceased, are re-
quired to present the same, with the
necessary vouchers to the undersign
ed. duly appointed and qualified Ad
ministratrix of the Estate of said de-
ceased. at the office ofC. G. Hornor,
IOS'a East Oklahoma Avenue. In the
City of Guthrie, County of Logan, and
of Oklahoma, within four
Keep Cool Gentlemen—Smoke the
10 Cigar—A cool smoked-Mild
Kit VI II S< I \ I 1 II IN N I
Hl.\ HON US.
as the king p
sink at least
ments In prai
cipal bon is of
nations of Cen
Aug. 23. The "blue
has bobbed up in a
n the Fnited State-
n of an international
i Europe by which
e to be induced to
n >11.000,000 in invest-
illy worthless muni-
<i me of the bankrupt
ral Europe, according
in the hands of the
rding and his cabi- j
he dangers involving
W. W CAhiLL
Attention Farmers: We are head-
qaarters tor good meats. Special prices
made on m:at for threshers. We
want your business and will render
the very b.st service to be had
Phone 684 or 8
months of the date hereof, or the
will be forever barred.
Dated the 18th day of August, 1921.
MAMIE FURVIAM E,
C' G. Hornor, Attorney. 2t
published In Oklahoma St te lleg-
ter, Thursday, July 21. l'.'Jl.)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
' :,iatt r u.' the Estate of L| H.
having chums against said
tt. dt • cased, are required to
une, v. it . ess ti > vouch*
h r.siynea. duly appointed and
linistratrix, of t-u.J deceased,
n.v. ."ti East V ilas. Ave., ia
Guthrie, County of l gan.
of oklahoma, within tour
d the 18th da % of July. 1 •-1.
DESSA M OLOVER,
I. llildreth. Attorney.
I In th«
' okla ior
notified tl..t v..
•istrh t Court of
i a tlivl.-ion'o
e and custody
said Plaintiff at
filed bv IMa
id you are
\ • , answer
• I- befori
1. the alle-
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