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TTLSA DAILY WOULD, MONDAY, MARCH H.'lOlOr.
MORE THAN 29,000
SALOONS TO CLOSE
Belgium Has Territorial Ambitions
Tlist Nunibor In SI Mato linn rw
IliuUncwr or 'l"tiif l p on
July 1, Ttil Year.
FAMOUS PLACES INVOLVED
Nationally Known Trtiialng Plerr
Announce Xw plana Hold Out
llle of t1iiigr In
CHICAGO, Mrrh S. Mor limn
29,000 Jlcenwd drinking pliu'es In the
Mix "wet" Mali of the central weal
Ullnoaa, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Mis
souri, enlucky and Ohl'i ars n no
cut of eilatenc four months from to
clay If America abolishes llnuer "af
lie, for the firt time hlamry. "n"
dor the president' war-time prohi
Million of dnllaia worth nf prop,
etty lined a distilleries, hri wcrle.
saloons, win room itnU riwdhnusc
already hiiH change hand ami I
being converted Into new Hum if
Industry, according to rrpnrte ro
Many Hin II breweries, tml a few
large mm, have arranged t, become
manufactories, cold storage plant of
artificial Ice faotorli. In Wis-onin,
which produce a slilh of nil hem
brewed In America, one big brewery
has riliipnead of H" flulurc ami sold
its keg a "liberty tal'tia;'' con.
lllslllltTS limo llixttlly.
The 2 (ill Kentucky lllMtlllcia claim
their financial loss will far surpass
thone of brewer because location
and peculiar construction of distil
leries will not permit of any conver
sion to other Industries. Owners of
isolated rouilhoimee, the rrndesvou
of any nuli psrtl, claim Ihal they
mo will suffer heavy financial nr.
They aay It would ha impossible 10
draw ptron lo out of the way place
Without liquor Inducement.
Wisconsin haa B,6& llutinsed drink.
Ing placos, Illliiola Mil. Uhlo fi.tlUO,
MlMKiurl 8.000, Mlnneete, 1.H00 anil
Ohlo'e aalnona are eiveolfl ' to cl'
May 17 uniltr art aniandmeiH to the
Ilundreda of ealonna In the all
aintea will be oonverted Into aoda
hope, cafeterlaa, oafea, leHrtlon plo
tur theater, drua atorea, ha,lier
daahartea and coy soft diink-dano-In
mporlutna. There will be h
larie lnoreaaa In (he number of drug
stoma, aAoordlnf l liquor dealeia
"Saloon flaturea, aa a . rule, are
tillable for the drug store,' aald one
bl Cblneao dealer, "For this reaaon
there will be many more dm storee.
And now with prohibition virtually
a faot, the little veree we used to re.
peat In jest oan be said wrUi a (rain
"Vueh. little barroom,
Don't you ory,
Tyu'll be a dri store
By and l.' "
NkUomI rlaom cl".
The cloatng will mark u pamiinjj
of aaany saloons that for year hae
had almost national reputations, in
Hrlda-enoN. Ohio, at what la reputed
ta be the lantest barroom , In 'the
wfrid, with S(l feat of bar pace;
In Chicago la tb amallest, "The
Mldfet," with a apace of ui five
fet tip In parta of Minnesota a.re
reeorte that alhiost form a part of
the stale's early history, placoe
where the. polyglot noater rrom
woods and ttelda, under the aliadowy
ftere of keroeene lamia, staged tun
i.attlaa that would cheapen the pres.
ent day "movie' director.
In Chloagn the trick stalrwaya,
eleotrlo ourents and ftre gonna that
raused rural visitors at "Hslnlega
bulvbler's" to out strange vapers,
While regular natrona doubled up In
a gale of laughter, may be replaced
with barber chairs and bath rooms.'
It was 10 years ago that "Helnlnga
bubbler's" opened lis house of trap
doors, sliding footmsta and hissing
orpente. IMer similar places were
opened In other cities.
It was not unusual to see a typical
rurallta with broad-brlmjnad straw
liat, overalls, high boots snd grip
sack, vonia sliding out Into Unite
street after a one-story drop on a
lltnky Dink I'ndcoldwl.
Definite plans have not been marl a
for disposal of Alderman "llnky
lUnk" Mc.Kenna's "Worklngmen's
Km hange." which advertised khe big
gest beer In Chluago and wtilnh 'I'l
aa nuuiy as (0 barrels of boer ovrr
Its HO feet of mahogany in a alnejle
tlay, Ktghelmers, on Houth i lark
Street, for years a meeting place of
politicians and headrruartnra for elec.
Hon batting, may retain Its fouMalim
and costly futures and continue as
a restaurant. More than lioo.Ooo
lias been handled on on etentlon by
Sunday elostng and other rentrlr
tlnna caused the number of imloonx
In t'hlcAgo to dwindle from 9, Out) In
(.000 in recent yeare. Chicago will
vol on looa wprlon April I, and ft
dry deotslon would clone the ealonna
a month later.
"m I1 SrJ W tin
uir LUi-'iU' toriAtkAMY ; m.V'V' I
4 L I' MUW'"W at.
a ;X. LIEGE
S A L ....
y (-''namur r;'
Muuliil purt of irlnp lifti Hi-toIkIi!
INiriliiM of Itcltrliiiii ; illil lil k !
HriloitM nrc llir iMKlt lliillmiil
mill I In1 Inn li nt I .iMi-iiiliurK Hull !
114'lnliiiii iloKlrcn In linnet. 1
iHiriiiu lliclr in ii Iih ' ion t.f lli-l
I'laii irrilliii'v tlii ili'Miuiiih InliiKiod
In tttlliu illinut iIIImIhii nf IliiKlillll
Into I' U'lol'ill Mild Wiilliinn . i m iln cit
and rnii i itiIciI In t'MUililh liiiiK n ohm.
ell nf I IhiiiIi'I. Ii w i In ! I ' l
In con! i n iif ih" n rw m I n under
IS FEATURE OF WEEK
Oil Drives Cotton Off His Throne
1 1 i.i'i , , ii i on '" I
nf in. iiiiiiiiuix tii i in Nil Miii'wi'it
I I lull InniMv lo Kmit Ml" it. ami
I nrc Hurt ii d wi' ,i t Ink "le i euiHlon of
I 111-ll' 'OIlMly III I M . 1 1 i I . tllr Ihi'i'li
. terlltnrv unuHl of Hie -J . I ie I '1 1 Ull'l
I I .IiiiIiihk IIi'ImIiiiii 'I'-ii'-ii l-'i-!
JO L00MIS IS ACCUSED ATTENDANCE AT SUNDAY
v OF PROFESSIONALISM i ' SCHOOLS REACHES 5,348
CIIH'AHil. March ,. In Ixn.nil.
holder (if tilnn world a r 11 11 n sr n,l'l
hurdling rixoriln. tonlnht w:m
Jiended .y the ontiHI A, A. I' on
ohrr f j, i offiwloliull.ini ineiine
he rei HvmI trionev fur writing
aerlea of article fur it nn m oi iit mi
ulhlelli'H. h will atiel to tin. Nil.
llonui A. A. I . i liHniiloiiliii i-oim-
mitten rm n flnnl ruliim. l,.iunii
haa coiiipelnd IhroiiichniH the cmni-.
try under the iiilnia of tin. i'Iiiiuimo
Athletic nenoi'liition. i
I'mtliln for Mirclgn Mlnlnler. i
W A.SHINC.TON. March i! Venule I
prnvlnlnna for appolnlinens nf Amur
lean nilnlatnra to Caecho Hlovak'n
and 1'nland were nualned In thn
, Oflli.ono illploiiiattn end cnnnl:ii
apprnprlntlon bill n nsrerd upon
lale ftiinday hy senate ami hntMe con
i . , ..
t'roea to Coach Again,
The vrtrran Moute Crima hai.
sgaln been named conch nf thn I'nl
verslty nf Maine baeehiill anunrt
This will he hie fourth year of wuoli
aervlce at Maine.
I Helmet nf Hie atlrndiiiiie of the
Tu lull Hun. 1. 1) aihiiola for M.ucli .
IVIII. iihowa the folnwIHK iit'i'inliiln e:
I 'lrat I'reMtivlei liiti "ill
Mecnnd I'l cnliy terlun .
I'ollege Hill I'l
lliillntln Memorial Ill
I'nltod I'reHliyterlnn 2-0
first Met hod let Mi
(Irare II 1 1
i ircutle Meinorlul - 7
Million A wnue . tit
Tlgrrt MemorlHl .. : ll
lliisler Meihndlil ... "7
I 'll at Ha pi nil . H i
linmanuel Jtaptl( 4 III
Nogalea I la pl let 217
Wrat TulHit ll.iptlrt iti9
I'lr.t Chi latlan 4ii
Meet lilllheriin til
I'htinh of iJoil
MaIvuIIoii Army 71
ToUl 6, Its
I li.niue nf M-nUnii'iit anlfeat from
I 1 1 1 1 1 1 - of I arly I'll it of New
tear I all lUlin VIvaniTd.
1 ' t'. a i il: li. March '.' - Avers gti.g
I i -,ni r.i 0 , ruir MMi (Mil) nlmrea f"
, ' i. Ii fl 1 .., mi, I he Week oil th
j k i- 1 1 -i f i si ii marked a further
pi n o i in . i hunge of Kcntliiieni
! ' nil the ii'il!iif itnd depreaalofi of
i in- i in V i n Ii mI of thn new year
At i. i,e mine- trading atlnined
i'iiIi pi upoi t loin iih tn caiini n trio-'
iini.iiv J'imp In call Inane to 1 and
. 1 i hi a ii nei ,.i !iii mni n I n mi 'Idle
f 1 I "
'n:v ,i, liiiaivjla wrre th're air
( i' ' imllenl Inna of mora than caaiial
! : 1 1 1 ! Interim, liivemment. pur-
i.ie nn an Inipiesalte aale eeeniecj
K all ilmea lacking.
I'lmla bwIIiIiimI with bewildering
'upldli) f r i 1 1 1 ii ii o group of asocial'
i.en In snnMier.
Miilnialnliig their course nf thn
mm few it ontlia, rails played an mi
n,i'iriiil purl In the week's opera
mimi, liardenlng. hueivtr, on the
loflnlie aiioiininment that federal
nnlriii u lo iiiiitlniie pending con-
pii iivh legleiatlon
riteela me affiliated Induatrlala of
airitpted win th were kept wlihln
nairuw liounila iy proapecta of fur
ther price revlalon, hut copper and
oilier tiHMo menu strengthened aa a
rimuil of method employed by thn
government to atikMllie aupplle
The latior outlook, the "Victory
limn," further expansion of the conn.
I rye marvelou foreign trad ami
ongrenalnnul debates on the lesgu
of nation were roremost among the
events to enguaa the attention of
high flnant e
1 MIlUKVKl'tUlT, l,ii, March '.' w ltent from 2D to 40 aipmre mile. In
King cotton, ijiioinliiiii undlHfKiteil I volvlng thiiuaunda of acres, re-
ruler of the m-reage of U,uiuim. Uisull of lhee operations mostly by
liei:omliig perturbed, linlv ii i1 r.nle ! independent , operator are today
lugn ttie reldK uf north l,,iin;,ini in knuwn to hnw gua and oil. In the
the f ill nf -,, It ye.ir were ,i imvinf I'lnn Inland illfrict alone more than
in van nf white liiilln .Negioia, ini'ii.2 7." dirrrMi rear their head". An-
tMIM inidlliK In the l otted St.ltce geoiogl
linge i .ll hllivey, thoee field have depoell
',n inntli-y ii : t: t e
, s Hid v lihUda nne
lniiKel mid n lot. lowly irroved I"' wnmlned whli li are nttlmaieu ai
'tween thn-raw rteiin'.ng I he Ii Id 1 follows: (Uafrgjn 00.00(I,OUO.O
of li rutliiM llt-ldr (lilt on lliu i In 1 0ll.lluu.0ll0 000 entile feet, Oil 100.
I.i ecie w ifti-.l 1,101:111 iiieinilii-N of ; oon. mm hitrrel nf 41 gallon each.
I "Dili ti'i 11 dime.-, iiiiik in. only Hie 1 Uevelhpnieiit han ticgun In an en
Idnrkv of Hi" pl.i ni;nloii can sliig.lnely nw field to which mi alien
them. . null hud been ,tu I l . except In a
' King i 11M0 11. 1 .ii and enltan of old inraoiy tminner, when the geolog
i.f thn acrnui,-,. nf mhHi I jjuIh:., 1,1 le.,al aurver of the government "
pel tut l.ta tod. i) however A iinUn r 1 nm d.v Till field I located III Clal
I 1 1 1 1 1 1 .1 1 1 Ii li.m 11iMi1l.i l hl: 1 1 111 in. . I,in ii pariah, the fleet producing well
iVVhMe mien tin- field.i wi le venuul ' la'ing brought In three mile weat uf
.with grow-In" ndton In apring, bmu I limner. Thin oil wa airuck at s
Hful writh tlm liloom In Hiin. mer and , t -1 1 h nf r Ihmi 1.600 feet, Its
pemeful iind 1 ,-mi r 1 1 1 tu (lie eye In ! uuulttv H of the I 'eft known the
the fall with the whiteiua of the;,,,, Hiowlnir 3 1 . ," llaunie gravity,
fleecy Htaple, 11 ti 11 riefoi'mailoii Iiom i'Iii rMent of IhlM field haa hot been
taken place I defined, but, in onl log lo rough eatl-
sine n Sen Song. ( ! mule of geologiate. It may run from
Miruiluii" f eiecl iind wood tijiu jihe point of the Hew weli la,"i mile
their tnwiviim IhihiIn into the iky im I, illierllon Into the neighboring
Igrow hi crop without disturbance,
ionly the smell area needed for-drlll-
Ing operations being rnade uaeleaa to
hinn .. m fp aarirnlture 1 .con
cerned. II Is estimated In th rae
of the Claiborne field that fully
1750 OU0 hav been spent In leases
If oil I struck, the furmer can sit
buck In hi enay chair ami, If he so
dealre. need how no other energy
than to meet the mall man bringing
llu ehrk It 1
jreudlly understood that the rundown.
rr la vitally Interested 111 on.
PALMER SAYS HIS REPORT
INCLUDES DATA ASKED FOR
I he turn fill ii 1 1 k h.i given w.iy lo
the luo.id Hlniiildered man with p.id
pl-lii'll, Hliovel Jlui ,ll h, whom' i ler-
k'len am hint not on tuiMiiu the
i-oil, Ii.,! on whimmiiiK iihIiiich pro
iliH 'luli ofl the top, hut In peneti.lte
I the 1 ruai of Hie earth will: tool of
jteet, whofe unc aim ivnd anildtlon
U tu c.i (,ir down 1 11 1 1 Hie gruiind In
tiin-l of hidden in 1 n 1 1 ii I atoiee. i'lie
I liK'lodlea of the happy, cirefree
ilurkv huvr it:in wny to a hum of
put Ulie of lileiivllle Hnd Nebnter.
rpiin ili ely.
Negro lli -a I a INirtunr.
rVom thee exploration In North
Iaiillria, the landowner h profit
ed million of dolUra. Not only haa
he received fancy iirlce for the leaae
nf landn for ml and operation, hut
when oil I brought In 011 tract
which lie own, he received one
eighth of the price of everT ounce
Yf oil produced during the life of the
.I.. u I...-I- .. ...!..... I.,.l..u,.. rCI.
!.i.;n..J ... .1,. ' ,.i,..ii. 1,1.1. .,. ,.! well, which, In tho north l-iulalana
in, me lit'nf II A tile rll.s to the ear f I fields, I UMially of long duration
he iiiiiriiior and liniluwmr I ti 11 11
iltlllirlia to Iw JankM.
MH IH II.I.K, Hy-, March I Hie
tiller xny that apparently million
of ,1 1 1 l.i 1 1 worth of distilling proper
He In Kentucky will be worth only
tin I,- vhIiic aa Junk when prohibition
heroine rffecllve. ( Is thn encp
lloiiul cane where platai have hexu
miide fur eonverllng any of the 1!0
Kenliicky ilieUIIIng plant lo otlirr
Ue. they declare.
the ciituui plckera alianilng hud for
I (he planter
I 1 nl ha tnken the phice of flrat
Impiu lance in ihe rcMource of luil
lami. King cotton tnuy be jierHirlicd
j but tile iHliduwVler In Hut. The oil
iircim nf I jiii.el.ina me difficult lo
limit. During the 13 year lnm the
f 1 1 mi dlHcoveiy of mineral w.te miide
in iioiih IjonUilana near Khnveport,
i etitet prinig men In inest of Hie fur
.tune liiilden In the liowcl of the
riirlli, liiivii Hpcut million upon mil-
, Hon of iloll.ii, have reeled neither I
In the Caddo field one man,
nesro, Iinvld It lialnea, for example,
vvn enriched. For years Haines luul
been gleaning a mere existence off a
mal farm ownml by him. Sudden
ly the oil boom hit Ihe country. Ilia
iicrnnge wa In the mldat of the ter
ritory, till was brought In large
lunntitleH, and today Iinvld Hslnes
line a fortune enllm.ilcd Iruo mveml
hundred of thnuMand of dollar, at
leual $100,000 of which, to Ihe great
credit of Haiti, 1 Inveated In Ub
crlv hnml of the fourth Ixaue.
Ilnlne' chn 1 Juat an Isolated ex.
WAKHIMJTONV March S In re
iponse to reaiUutloiis of Henalors
Cnlder of New lork. republican, and
IThompaun of Kanaaa, democrat, call
1 Ing for detailed Information, Includ
! Ing saUrle snd fees paid A. Mitchell
i I'ulmer, alien property custodian,
j late yealerday sent R letter tn ths
; aenat elating that virtually all of the
Information renueated waa contained
In hla annual report transmitted by
Kscept for g lint of former,' prop
erty owners, Hmlr addreeae. descrlp
tlons of properly seised and sur
rendered and lis disposition, Mr.
Palmer's letter slatsd that his report
10 Ihs preeldenl gave Ihe Informa
tion requested by the senate resolu
tion. The missing Information. Mr.
I aimer slated, would require much
'.line and labor and he promised to
transmit It tn lha senate at an early
I Fees allowed lawyers were pot
llaten, but Mr. raimer said trie sal
aries paid the I4t employe of th
alien property nustndlan organisa
tion totalled IIM.StJS annually. Ki
el naive of the II.OOO paid the custo
dian, the hle-hen salaries were tt.600
for K i.lonherger Imvla, managing
1I1 rect or lie th t'nlted Hlates, and
4. ROl) paid DougJaa Mffat. man
aging director of the 1'hlllppln
Islands department. Three bureau
heads received ft. 600 each snd nine
employes were listed a "dollar-a-year"
day nor mghl in puiault of their ample. There are serires who have
j prr.e the mime experience. In the Homer
Millionaires) In the Making field today Iiirmora are being en-
1 Nor haa their effort r maineil un- rlched by money received f!r lease
:reiirded. A dozen place In north right tn their land. Thee land
1 l-oiiuajimi, Ihelr area vutyltig In cx- remain In Hie farmers' hsnds, ho can
SAYS RUSSIANS JOIN
TO REUNITE NATION
Kaconoff, Mlnlatrr of
fslrs In llrntfcln (.ovcrnn,,.
Allesrrtt Intnglnorr Held.
William Morris, arrested by Dep
uty MaYahal W. N. Kills find nr
rnlgned before T'nlted Htatea Com
mlaaloner J. II. Wllklns yesterday on
a charge of Introducing Intoxicating
liquor, was held for preliminary
hearing nn March 4 under a 11.000
bond. Me was committed In default
if th bond.
Claim 10,000,000 t o-ojhthii,,,
Hy tbe Atwriated Trrfti.
I'AltlH, Manh J "Koriy ,, ,
Kuaslans In organized gov cfm, ,,.'!'
re now oo-operatlng in a mm, .,,,,
for a reunited Kuaeia. T!m,. ;,'
slans ar working ami fightm ii,
Ing by hundreds snd even In (ii,,llt'
sua dallx In nn effort o v it .
aia from complete desiru-tion ,!
all this la being done wnhoia ,
thought of political aitihltjun
Hergnis H-ixonoff, mllilHter of I rr.,
affairs In th Denlklne gnveriim 'n '
who sleo Is the repreaeni.iic.,.
Tarts foe.th Omsk goveruiiieui
an Interview today. Coiitniij,i K ' t ,
"In addition to the riul.ina r'ii.
tug bolslievltnii through and onaip
Ihe goveinmentH th,eVc are n-., i,,,,,.
dreil of thouand of ltumo ii, w n,
In the bolahevikl buttlmir ,u,iy
sgalnai the efforts to defe,,, ,, r,.
Hoclallatlc snd other llln ri ,
menl ars taking a very pr.unini t.i
pari In the movement fur a h iiiu;,
Ituanln. eapeclalrV In the huiiii ,
the Crimea and In the l'"ii a u K
ban governments the pnutrnwit,
men of all partlea have Joined hui.d
There Is not th ellghtem ch.inie Hi,,
autocracy will ever return In K'n:.,
nobody, so far a I know. mi, ,,
and It would bo folly tu kii(,.
Ohio Iry March .;
COIilMHL'H, iihlo, Mai.ti j
When Ohio goes dry On May T,,
through in amendment to the Kii:t
conHlllutlon trdopted l.t N'u 1 inl,P..
5,(00 bars and other drinking plain
Will he clned.
Although a referendum m 11
resolution by which Ihe nhm Nxis
lature ratified- the nailotnii in,h
billon amendment la being f .uk-M
by the "wets' and a- fight win U
msdo on bill pending In Hie
ture to enforce tho tat prohilutmn
amendment, most brewer and llrii
dealer have accepted prohibition
a fact. They are planning tu cmiim
Ihelr place tnln soft drink miinrlj
and cafeterias. A few plan to mmt
out of Ih country.
rAIMH. Match ti The Temp to
day puhllNhed n decree Increasing
from as.flio.niio.uno to sh.oiio.iioo.ooi)
francs Ihe total amount nf currency
note which may lie InhuciI by Ihe
Wh v Spend So Much
Money on Shoes?
Here U what Tracy Muiwnn of
Joplin, Mitwotui, says nf Nwlm
Sole: "Judglnif fngn my o-n tx
perience. they wtar four times Innj-er
than other stgc and have (he addi
tional advantage A being watcrptool
Why continuB to wear ettravajjnnt
old faahiuncd eolra when you can cct
these moncy-aavlrig, kgig-wrarinR main
on rw ghnea In arty style you hkt
for any mrmber of the family? liood
tihoe aboreg erfrywhere carry them.
And don't throw awav yisur old
nhoe. .Have thetn re-bottrimcd with
Ncolin Sole and taikiy the cornfort
of a re-styled nor which is not ertjli
or clumsy. Neolin Ste are a di.
covery of Science, and are made hy
The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co..
Akron, Ohio, who alao make WlnRfont
Heels (ruranteed to outwear all
Don't Waste a Single Thing!
Jutt Send It to One of The4 CI
-and hay it
Repaired, Cleaned or Rebuilt Like New
You'll Mil money and at tho same time aid Uncle Sam
in hia fight for Conaerration
Official rtalfroad Watch Inapeclors for Frlaco, M . K.
ft T.. Midland Vnlley and Hantu I'e. c
W ATCHMAK I'.HN, Jl Wi l l IIH AMI DIAMOM)
IMI-Olt l t Its
101 Houlh Mala filrrc. Phone tiesg 2137.
It mskce no dlffcrenoe what II
rail us before, yon throw It away.
Wo a ban sell new and socond-haml
bicycle and tnotorryi'les, on
Tulsa Auto Cycle Co.
IIS W. Hoctonil Ht Phono IJS4.
Ptmno K4ST-J s--tl 1'.. Third
TULSA PLATE GLASS CO.
tiet us replace your broken wind
shield. W grind and pollh and
fit them In tbs ssm wsv the man
ufacturer turns them out. A wofd
to th wis Is sufficient.
Oklahoma Plating Works
rLATlN'fl AND I'OI.IHIIIN'l OF
ALL MB.TALS; Al.l. Kl.EO
t0 West I lrst Kt.
p. S. KELLY
13 W.Brady lhonc5157
417 E. Firtt
Painting & Wallpaper
Good Work Fair Price
Consumers Paint & Paper
18 W. First Phono 709C
10 W. rirat Htiwl
PImuio S7 tO
lias tn lli'i
I PHOLS I I HIMl
HUh att uiiholter-
di ..1 cu '..1
Single 35c dot., Double SOc fuiriint and rcfmith- lj
ix f, '": iM work ;ii.(r- I f
darner Druj? Co. , :,1,::,:;:l,.:;;:':riv::; III
207 S. Mam.
Phone 2525: i"? W n Main.
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AlltO HIU1 WaKOIl Work, ,"',"t l;n ' a i hunce to fix 'em
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worse troubles to set in. If you suffer constant
MARCH is a month of heavy work
for the kidneys. Exposure to
sudden changes of temperature, with
chills, colds and influenza, ali tend to
throw an extra burden on ths kidneys.
They fall behind in keeping the blood
stream pure and poisons, that well
kidneys normally throw off, accumu
late and set up disturbances in various
parts of the body. That is why
March is apt to find you feeling tired,
irritable and half sick. Don't wait for
backaches, headaches, dizzy spells and
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irregular Kidney action, you ve- good , proot that your kidneys, are demanding attention.
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.uet a box of Lfoan S Kidney i rills today. Doan s are helping thouss
helping thousands and should help you.
READ THESE TULSA CASES
Mr J i:. Itutler. Sit 8. Norfolk Kt . says: r had
a Hteady, hearlim down ntleery tn Ih email of my bitch
that about uei nie up. 1 had headache nil ths time
mid fell tired snit lanRuld. Innin a Kidney 'ill ivo
ice Rood relief from Ihist trouble and Improved toy
health In fine ehape. It ha been a year alncV 1 have
nci ilium's, but I, keep them on hand to ne In c.iao
there MnmM he any return nf kidney dNorder "
North Boston Street
V. II. l.ee. siocer, 401 North Unit on el reel, any:
"Thoiish I tried ilifferent kidney remedies, 1 euffered
severely from kidney trouble for over a year. Tha dull
pain In mv buck was lerrlhle ami sharp IwIiirch xvould
cramp me n I could hardly ninve. The kidney secre
tlon innet1 lrrearularly and were hlshly cnlorcd snd
mv rchl e,i broken by the frequent piun.TH.-a of the
kidney ne. rellnn. One box of Down's Kidney I'lll jf.
lleced me and I continued taklnn Iheni until I a
fiee from thn trouble"
South Lansing Street
Mi. H M. Dent. 005 S. Lanslnn flt.. aay: "Doan's
Kidney IMII are 11 family remedy In our home for kid
ney trouble mn I couldn't recommend anything ss good.
Ilcfon. I lii-Kan taking Doan's Kidney )s I had awful
b.icKi.he'' iVnci Hometlme my back waa en weak and
enre 1 couldn't turn over In hod. When troubled that
way mv kldtic) acted very Irregularly and I felt
miaerahle nil Over. I had no ambition, was nl way tired
and ilraKcert out. . Doivh Kidney pin, procured from
the gnakcr Drug I'd, have always relieved me com
pletely, making my hak feel us atrong it ever and
caiialtiK my kidneys to net all right ngarrt."
South Norfolk Street
Mr.. D. K Maxrield. 34 8. Norfolk Hi . TuUh, aays:
"For backache and stltchr of pain ill the email of my
buck, I never have used anything bettor than Doan's
Kidney Pills. This remedy hn never failed to remove
the pain and relieve the misery of kidney weakness."
South Peoria Street
8. H. Chlsm, 705 Houlh Peoria street, sajs: "1 was
treat ly troubled by kidney disorder, There was a con
stant tore n ess and aching across Ihs email of my back.
When Hooping or lifting, sharp pain would catch me
through the loins snd it wa difficult for tn to stralKhl
en. My rest was broken by frequent passage of the kid
ney secretions. I had to get up every little while. I used
two boies of Doan'i Kidney Pills and tha backache ili
appeared and my kidneys acted properly again, I hac
used them occasionally lncetind have always been
South Lansing Street
Mrs. A. J. Reed. 813 B. Lansing St., say: "My back
ached continually Juit across my kidneys and my kid
ney didn't act right either. My head pained me fear
ttilly and I also had dly spell. Whenever 1 have been
affected (hi way Doarv's Kidney Pills hav quickly
corrected tho trouble."
Doan's Kidney - Pills
Every Druggist has Doan's, 60c a box. Fostcr-Milburn Co., .Manufacturing Chemists, Buffalo, N.T.