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TULSA, OKLAHOMA, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1920.
News of Sapid pa
Creek County Teachers in
First Rank With Kine
RED CROSS TO MEETj
'Harvest Frolic' and
Masquerade Dance to
lie Given bit Ii. F. 0. E.
A "llnrvndt Krnllc" nnd llnllnw
e'en tiuinicTfli1i' dune will hi- Blven
by Mm ICIku next Thursday, net onl
ine to announce incut Inst tilnht by
".iHrk" riiilrnml, rhnlrmiin of the
entertainment rtimmlltro, There will
lie tun orchestra ntxt ImiIIi the main
IibII Mwm Mid the IrtdK room will
tin used for dancing. Older nnd
1 'loUBhnills will lir server!, uml there
jwlll lii n bountiful supply of i ti ll.
r i'l nipli-n. Nn line will n permit -li'il
upon til" ilntirn floor without n
musk. There will Im a Hpetliil prlmi
foi lh Iiihi iriRiutiHx worn lv the
liiilli'H ami their escort ,1 A lnr
llllll)', III l lull HI! of 111" KIIim' how
to lip n vi II November iili
luillliri'fl that 1 1 li- nt. lis would be
hiImiiMiiImI Thmsdiv M(fll' In order
lo nil iw the truttiiii tn p. u li ipatit
In tin il'ii" i
Ptl to T!i Worlil.
HAI'UII'A, Oct. Tim mn-
Jorlty (if tho frock county hoIiooH
here Iiiivh been In session for n
month nn, nml. Hf iTiltng tn M Inn
Helen l-'llchl, county upi rri)toiicl nt,
tli schools are mII pruRri'mlMK
nicely. Kor the past two wnks
MInh I'lti lil Iibm pi nt the nmjoiltv
of lior time vlnltlnK tlm touniy
Mhools. Hhr ntHleil thai fur oinn
luison dm linnls woio betlor at
tended thin your thsii uvcr before.
Creek county' tcnehoiM rimk high,
imiri' tendinis nru oiniIo ycil thin
year who urn the holders of llfn cer
tificates or stnto certificates' than
(K'eir lirforo in the history of tlm
county. Alt schools iirn supplied
with teachers for tho year. Schools
Hint hail tk summer term uinl hiivn
stopped for cotton plclclm;, will bo
Kin again In November.
Crock county innrrlann licenses
for toilny arm Tom Carson 2G,
1'nwliuskn mid Kiln II. Mullor 28.
TiiIku; .Tn ;n I'M It. CialR ZK, Tillsn mill
Mrs. Lisa Wnlkor SB, of Tulsa;
Dclbert K. Nnvo 2H, Kloforaml I'rnn
cc.i A. Main, 2 r of Hapulpa.
Two (llvorrii petitions wnm flli'd
today. Clara Hncley, who uIIckciI In
lier petition that Oenrgo If. llnnlcy
commlttril rnliiltory anil llvm! with
nuothir woman until nhn hint him
nrrfxteil uml Hontcnced to prison for
doInK nu. Hlin iiIhd hIIokik, In thn
petition, that ho In tlm father of
another womnn'H chllil. Win auks
for n illvorco nml ciiHtody of thulr
Tho other waM filed hy William
Vunco, ii minor, by hln bent frlond
Harnh Tl;er, nuking that bin nnr
rliiKo lo Itoulo Vanco bn nunullvd,
unit nlli'Ren that lie In a minor ami
t lint hIio ppmuadrd 111 in to kii to
KniiKiui with her nml bo married
without tho eminent of hl.t guardian.
Ho further aliened alio wan not n
Bood 'woman nnd that slin iiHxoclato.H
with other men. That nlie failed to
tio n wlfo to hlln, nnd finally dc
ertcd him. ltu asks thn mnrrlnco
lct CroH:i .Meeting.
Tho Hed OroHH chapter of Creek
county la to Imvo ltu itnnual mectlnrt
Wednesday nlGht heru In finiiulirn.
no It hna been nunouncod hy Jlmmln
Wilnon, iircHldcnt of tho chapter.
Ilclii for tho Piwir.
DurliiK tlm pun month tho lin
en a no noclety linn been bUHy KCttlnK
vlnthln; and furnlffhlmf necoswiry
utJVln ll Ik lllllllUI'l Ul OWIHIUI Cllll"
,dren whoso nurontn wero not nbln to
....i.i. ,i ...I... t. . i
tuiiunii tiiioit Willi 111(1 liuuilif (lllll
licitlilnK neccKHary to attund iichoill,
AccordlnK to Mm. lCdua l'urcelli
jir.dlstnnt humane uncut, 25 children
.ll'lV.l l,n.l., llfk. uh A,l l'llli nlnlli.ka
nnd hIhicb nnd IS children Hiippllud
with bonliH, DchIiIch tills tho Hiiclety
hi tukliiK euro of n number ot nlr.k
people, a nutnbor of whom urn
typnold fever patlrntn. Tho ma.
Jorlty of the othera urn tuberculurH.
Added to tills tho noclety t:i turiilnli
liik' milk to u iiuinhcr ot Imbleti In
CoiiRrenslonnl Ciiiulliliito S pen lis.
Tom McKeown, candldnto for con-
. ErcBK. diilvercd an mldicFii hero hint
nlRht lii tho dlntrlet courlrooin of
tho courthounc, A lurKu crowd wan
In nttondancn and a, number of per
Him wero not uliln to necurn nnat.1.
'The Bpeakcr of tho evcnlnu wan In
. Iroduced by 1.. II. Jackson of thin
Tctty. Tho inont of tho evenlnis wuh
pvnt In explaining tho leaKiio of
tlon reKlnlratliin which iloned Krl
day nluhl. I'lKifflilal flKtiren from
clKht pierlnrtu nhoweit the registra
tion of approximately 3 Ml mine re
of theno preiinclM having reRlntered
pllblleaiiH tliidl iieiiioeratK, each ono
more lepiibllc.'inn than ilemniTutH.
In pieiiuolH flvo uml two there
were many more voters reKlntiirod as
ludependuntH thiin umial. In flvu
thvin weru 30 Independents and In
While theno flRurcn orn unofficial,
republican heudiiuarteru belluveH
they aro fairly represuiitiitlvo of
Following "I" the pretlnrtH mi far
heiiril from, nnd tho unofficial reg
istration In each:
No. 30. ltepubllcnn, 273; dnmo
cratlc, 127; noclallst, S; Indepond-
itepunilcan, 77; nemo
soiiallnt, 1; Indupond-
LEADING IN CITY
Central Committee Chair
man Pleased With
15. O. I.lriKo, chairman of tlm re
publican county central committee,
uxiiren'ieil irnnulnii iili'iinlire Htitur-
itnv nviip Din iphiiIIh ()f ibi. iii-n.iilei'.ldldateM. Tho total vote to (Into
,i , ,, ..i.,..,. ..,. i.vi. shows irardlntr 'J.09 to Cox's fi,
IN STRAW POLLS
Reports From Wide Sec
tions Give Republi
cans the Edge
CirtOAfJO, (itt. 21 Htruw votos
eontluuo to plln up In favor of Hon
ntnr MardliiKiiH opposed lo (lovernor
I'ox, riiports from widely illfferlnK
elrciew nil kIvIiik thi republican
leader tho prepunderunrn of voteM.
Thn vote lieloif tiikiii In thn loop
district of thlH city, which Ineludtm
both thn liuslneM and Khopplm; ills
trlcU, Khows a total of 3S,!lf.7 voles
for Ilardlmt tn l,'i,(',r.H for Cox.
Htudents In tlm llyde I'.irk Iilirti
school took a poll today showing
llardlrix leadliur with r.2H In 100.
H. W. J.w, assistant innnacer of
the wi'Htern deiatt ment of tho Hoyal
IiiHtiiiincn I'otnpany with headquar
ters In Oliloiffn, add that a straw
vote taken ninonit tlm company's
niteiitn In tho wcM'rn central staten
IS northern staten nml Kentucky
Mnvo HardlnK a 3 to 1 lend over
Cox. Mo declared that thn vote, in
his opinion, whh fairly Indicative of
the fcencrnl sentiment amoiii; Insur
I'mpilrrr Shown llnrillnc Ix'ails.
CINCINNATI. Ohio, Oct. 23 Polls
taken by the Cincinnati Knqulrer.
ilemoerntlc, hero nnd puhllsbed to
dny. nliow that HardlnK In leadlni;
Ooveremor Cox with a wide margin
In tho home ntnte of the rlvnl can-
The women'n vote wan Oil lo 59 4
showlni,' their vot to he morn fa
vorable to tlm .republican candidates
than the men hy u small majority.
Thfilnfin .T. Tlcnil. 11 Vivim ulil. died
at his homo 211 Tfotlth Houston, l'rl-
day nlRbt from nu attack or apo
plexy. 1 To Is survived bv his moth
er, MIim. M. Heed and a brother.
lioth of whom lived with the de
ceased. Tho body was shipped yes
terday afternoon to Ituleponilenco.
Kan., thn old family liotne, for Interment.
Republican, 1S: demo
socialist, 6; Indopoiul-
Itcpubllonn, 168; demo-
cratlc. 14 4.
No. (I. Uopiibllcun, 123; demo
cratic, 97; soclnllst, 1; Itidopund
No. 6. llopubllcnn, 240; dnmo
rratlc, 1G9; soclullat, 1; Independ
No. 24. (Incomploto) Uepubll
cau, 07; democratic. 64,
No. 2. llepubllcan, 147; demo
cratic, 100; socialist, 7; Independ
Sand Springs Notes
HAND HI'HINOH. Oct. 23. Mrs.
AlaiKiiret Hyde, district deputy of
tho Hoyal Nclshbois, was u Kiicst ut
tho mectlliB f tlio local camp nt Its
last KatheiiiiK. The occasion was al
so a suciul one, us u handkerehlcf
shower wan tendered .Mis. Olive
Stanton, a member of tho IoiIru who,
with hor duunhter, will ieiivo wltnin
a Piiw days for I.o AiiKoles, Cal.
A birthday dinner was given ut tho
Hand Spring's hotel for Mrs. Hoy
Milter, who enlcrtnllied many ut hr
frlcmU at tin Infounal Ratherlnb' on
her birthday nnnlverniry tho past
Tho Uidles' Aid society will mct
at the home of Mrs. Wiser, 512 Mu
Klnley utreet Wednesday afternoon.
Mis. McoDiiRat will bn In charBo of
Ilyiuni McWIIlliims will return to
his homo today from nu extended
stay In Kentucky and Indiana.
Miss lliilin, Istructor of music at
tho Hand ttprlnK" home, will be hosi
ots for a row days to Miss Taylor of
Kuusaa City, who Is a visitor here.
A. II. Harlow and Mrs. M. 1,. Har
low departed Thursday for ChlcaKo.
Mrs, Harlow has noon u cuesi ai mo
Ctottry homo for a number of
1'laiiM aro being laid for a nieetlni;
of the local health nftioclatlon Mon
day evening ut 0. Charles Parker
will call tho mcrttiiB and will dis
pose of many business affairs that
uto now leudy for attention.
Frank I.iuiiion la out op tho city
today on Mislncsx.
C. W. Heath of PlttsburRh, I'a., Is
ut the homo (if Mtm. Caroline Heath
on MeKlnley for a few days. Ho nr
Cllenii Held, who ha been op
erated upon for uppoudh Ills at tho
local hospital, Is Impiovlui; nicely.
Drnftli.K of loKlslatlve measures ,,. . ," , . . .
....( .I., In.- ...hIM, ...III i ' "'"l" "" i " " ""' n"."
, , . .i ... anil u.niKiucr, .nr. zi i in .ii m. imw in
innko for protoiilnn of tho l"1,VlM; Wnltxir
Mis. Denill Ward nnd baby noil
WILL MEET HERE
Prominent Men From All
Parts of State Will
Re Here Tuesday
Funeral services for Frank Hell,
S-months-nld son of Mr. nnd Mrs.
John Moll, of nienpnol, wero held
nt 10 o'clock yesterday tnnrnliiB from
thn Mltchell-FlemluB chapel. The
bntiy died Friday nlKlit at a local
hospital. Interment was In tho
Funernl scrvles for Helen Stev
enson, Infant dniiKhter of Mr. and
Mrs, It, V. Stevenson, 1423 South
Carolina, Who died early Friday
tnornlnB at, tho family residence,
wero hold at 2130 o'clock Friday af
ternoon from tho Mltchell-Flemlni?
chapel, Interment was In Hoso Hill,
Tho remains of C. K. Parker, 20
years old, son of C. K. Pnrker, of
Olltnn, who died Friday night nt a
local hospital, wero shipped yester-
day afternoon to Ollton wtiero fu
neral services' will tin hold today.
Mrs. Ivy Mni-shnll, 42 years old,
mother nf 10 children, died nt hor
homo In Knld yesterday mnrultiR. A
daunliter, Miss Mario Mnrshall, nn
emplovo or Tho World lert ITIday
nlirht for her mother's bedside. Mo-
sldo her husband, A. .1. Marshall,
tier dattcnter Marin and nriollier
dniiRhter, Mrs. Hov nynum. nlso of
Tulsa. Mrs, Marshall lenVei eUtllt
other children nlltllvlni; nt Unld.
Three Firemen Injured
in Fighting It laze in
Ilig Sloraffe Warehouse
Three fireman were overcome
with smoke In u fire which broko
out about 7 o'cIik k last night ut
the Nichols Transfer company
stontgo house, Frisco tracks and
Moulder. C. A. Hiiteman, Captain
llean llileloi k and W. N. Wai?otier
were suffoeuled by smoko III llt
teniptliiB to reach tho flro with
The fire started In n quantity
of household K'K'ds stored on tho
second floor Heveral trunks and
iiinttn men furnished most of tho
fuel and due to tho lack of win
dows the fire was moro of a
siiiudffv than a blaze. Hut the
smoke creutiil by thn matrcsses
made tho flBtito extremely diffi
cult. officials of tho transfer com
pany declared Inst nlKlit they
w tumble lo detormlnn the
cause) of thu fire Nc estimate wiui
Blven u.t to tho probablo loss.
ProniMiuj I.Ul Siiicilulcil for tliu
ComlliB Heiisou, lt('Klunlttt
Willi HtiiiiB (junrclct.
IlcBlnnitiR with n concert by thn
flrent IOkes StrlnB IJunrttt, on No
vember 9, tho exicutlVo commltteo
of tho Community I.yseum will, offer
to the city of Tulsa ono of tho best
course that hss yet been booked
by that nrRanlzatlon.
It has been tho policy of tho com
mitted to ulvo lo the patrons of
Community Kyoeiim tho very best
attractions that could bo brought
from the various circuits, and nt
such low coal that overyonu mny
own a season ticket. Tho schedule
this year shows 15 attractions, 13
nlready bought nnd two yot In bo
contracted for. l ho cost lo patrons
wilt bo tho same us last year, mak
ing tho prlco per sIiikIo attraction
only 10 cents. This prlco Is mado
pnsslblo by tho Inrito advnnco sale
of season tickets nnd the policy ot
tho commltteo tn sell attractions at
a prlre that barely coverii cost.
Tho proKram tor this year will bo
an follows: (J rent Lakes KtrltiK
Quartet, November 9; Judgn K. M.
I.nndls, Novomber 22, Charles M.
Courboln, December 9; Davis, m.icl.-
clnn, Deceniber IB. Harold Proctor,
.lnnunry I: Dr. Arthur Kvnns, Janu
ary 20, Henry Adrian, .In injury 21;
Noah Hlelhnr. February 10; Her
bert lKion Cope, February IB; VIvlM
Players, March 1; lloselt KnaiV
Hrced, March 23; , Criterion Malo
Quartette. April 1, nnd Toots P.iku.
The salo of tlckcU will bo handled
by tho Sceuotym club and will bo
put on ealo Monday, November 1.
7Yfl77c Sergeant's Wife
Struck by Passing Auto
Mrs. N. J. Itpmnckjp, wlfo of Nick
llemncKle. pollco tratic serBeant, Hiif
feied a frateure to several bones In
her left foot when shn whs struck
and knocked down enrhi Saturday
evenltiB .it tho corner of Third and
Main by a Uackard chummy driven
by ciSorKe Thomns. Mrs. Itemncklo
wns walkln? across the street whnrt
the car knocked her to the pavement
more of a costly pleasure in the
t'nii,.,! Minl. to tho future (id-
pures may commnnd tho altuntlon of
This should bo a fortunato direc
tion of tho s.ars for public mooting
but with ShUini adverse, radical
thought will bo mine cordially re-
celved th.m conMrvntlvo Ideas.
Fires, explosions and loss of llfo
In thu eastern slates wora propho
sled by ntroloaer early In the year
nnd they dcclaie that thoir predic
tion has ben only partially ful
filled Portugal Is "till under a tneniic-
Ing sway that mny bo strops tor evil
during tho winter.
Ireland continues subject to tho
most sinister influences nnd will not
t merge from Its period of unrest un
til an ovent of tremendous moment
bus taken place.
Persons whosp hlrthdato It Is
should watch tho he.i
niiuirn may no exacti
coming year and she m
Children bnm on t:r , i
'.v to be quick ir i
Minuld hnvo unusal i
bring them Into grc .(
ir 1 Kt.
Albert linger Mnoro. 74 years old.
died last night nt his homo 1(137
f-'nnth Mnln. Ko Is survived bv his
wife, n dattirllter. Mr. Nettle Elder
of Kunsns City nnd n son, W. A
Monro. 2 J2 1 South Madison. His son
was formerly general ngent hero for
the Frisco. Mr. Moore came Iito
p'vernl years ago from Marlonville,
Mo. Funernl services will bo hold
at 4 o'clock this afternoon from the
Mowbrnv obi pel with Hov. W, O.
AnderRon officiating. Tho body will
bo shipped to the old homo nt Mnr
lonvlllo for Interment.
Stolon Another Fonl.
While attending the enrnlval last
night. A. 1. Catron. 2711 Fast Sev
enth, rnffered the loss of bin Frd
car. Ho parked It nfrois tho stfeet
from the carnival on Second about
S o'clock and when he returned two
bourn later It was gone.
School Teacher Draws
Fine for Recklessness
"Ttl ilin Imllnr. tint d.i not nimpl"
SUNDAY, OtTOm It 'J I, 1112(1.
(Cop)tl(hl. H:o, I'jr thf McCluin rl1rr (irndlott.)
Mercury rules powerfully for good
today, according to astrology. Al
though Saturn In in evil uspuct early
In tho morning tho friendly piano
tnry Influences dominate.
It Is a peculiarly auspicious day
for sotting out on Jourys, cupe
dally If their aim is altruistic.
Whatever is written under tho
rule should bo especially fortunate
In Its results. There Is n sign indi
cating that political propaganda
i-ent out ut this tiino will bo sonsa
Publicity Is subject tn tho most
favorable conditions, for tho plane
tary government Inclines tho mind
lo put fultli in the printed word.
Letters of all sorts are subject to
tho most promising conditions, mak
ing for friendship, loyalty and oven
success In lovo.
There Is a sign said to indicate
that eating will become moro nnd
and the udvnncement ot tlm engi
neering profelon In tho state will ,
ho tho principal buslnesn ut the an
nual convention of tho Oklahoma
Society of Knglnoers tn be held herei
Tuesday and Wednesday anil tn
which nil engineers In the stute have
uio at the Charles Word home on
Main for n few das. Charles Word
In III from the offvds of a near-uccl.
dent n nhort time ago and l unable
to attend to his work at the nnuiiein
Mm, Hello llrnoks Inn received
Word thnt her son Manfred of Se-
Propnsod hills hnvo Jieen prepared j ttle wUI null for Japsn the 27th of
by tho legislative comniltteen of theihln month M infrcd In n graduate
various engineering orgHiilitlons nnd j of Hoiciimn college In Montana and
will bo submitted to the convention 1 wan In the armv before the war. At
for npprov.il Those adopted will bo
presented t the nextsesnlon of the
legislature by the Joint ways and
The measure adjudged ninnt Im
portant pertains to registration of
prnfiwitfliial nnd operu'lnic engineers
nnd amendment of the special us
cpMinient paving law.
Theroavp 30 members of the stale
engineering pouih II. i "inpused nf the
leglvlntlvo coiimilticen of the Oklu
hnmu. the Tulna and Muskogee
chapters of the American Ascot Istlon
of englneein, the Oklahoma Society
of Engineer, the mldcontinent nee
tlon of the American Society of Me
chanical Kmtneerii, the American
Society of Civil Engineers the flkla
chapter of the neneral Continent il
nHsnctatlnn and the Oklahoma Hlgh
Tlio legislative commltteo from
the Tula chapter of tho American
Association nf enu-lneerH Im cnmn,,unil
of E. N1 Wood. H. A Parker and A j
T Thome. Tulsa members of the
uniiiiiuiiiu ni'dioii in me American t,,, vmltcil
'"vii'iy u v ivii ciiKiueern are l ,m
Prltchard. 13. N Wood C W Mc
Ferron nnd V II Co. hi ine Tulm
menibers of tho ways and nrv s
committee orn T.. .1. 1.' lln,, ,t
. 13. Fobt(ir.
the opening of the war he received
u hnnnn.blo dlschnrge and Joined
the navy. He Is now with nu Im
porting see dcomnnnv and studies
the formation of the sol In various
countries, lie will be lu Japan for n
number nf month
On Wcdnemlnv afternoon tho foot
ball team of the American Legion
will plsy the r first imp Thej will
meet Kendall's second team.
On Wednesday evening at S
I'clnck the officer nnd their wlven
will bo huts tn the memhern and
'"iiri egatlon of the community
church In the church parlor
Short mil's and rradlogH will be
given nnd refreshments served.
The Womsn'M club Is being enter
tained nt the Howinan homo on Lin
coln street with Mrs Sim King u
slstlng. Pa pern will bo tend by Mrs.
Kd C Pack ird and Mrs. Hi lie
.Marsh on political Ikhuim.
Tomorrow the ladles will call for
anv books thnt are united for the
public library and will be donated
tor that purpose Every homo will
Mrs. P A Woods, negro school
teacher of HMtorv, was fined
In pollco court Snlurdnv afternoon
op a charge of reckles driving nnd
uncoiling preferred nraltut her bv
MncMt Chandler, farmer rpildlnu
ecrfh of Tm'i nd hit son, Vrron
ChnniPer. Mri AVonds ran Into a
ear driven bv voiing Chnndler at
Second nnd Norfolk on Octoher 13.
Vernon Chandler was thrown from
the ear nnd rendered unconscious
Ills mother md ulster who were rtd-lm-
with him nso suffered slight
open the door of
the great unknown?
If you nru lcU nl wnt tn (let Will
anil Krrp Well rtle (or lttrratur thnt
icHa Ifnw nl Why thU atmmt unknown
Mill worulrrful new ennl tirtnKn rrlltf
tci ro many huffercra fr..ni UhptiinatUin.
Kclallrn, tlwut. Neurit l. Neuralgia, Norvnu-
rniBtratliin. Hlch lltoml reurr an1 dU
eara of th Ptummh. lUurt. l.unrn, l,ter.
Kltlneyn and ulhfr '.Itmcntit- Ymi wear
DcKtirrt's 1UU-At lic Polar Pad Uav
nml night, rtflflMnj; thu lUdlo-Artlvt tlaya
cnntlnuoiuly Into your )Mrm, raunlriK a
hrallhy rlrciilatlii n uromlnit iluKlh
rtM. throwing off tmpurMUa anil riturln(C
thn tlMiir ami nfnw to a normal cmnll
tlon anil the nrxt t hints you Know you
ar pfttlnK nelt.
Holtl on a tPt priMniflllon You ari1
thomuKhly aatlnfietl It U hclplnr you te
for tho appliance la yourn Nuthlnir to
" hut wrur it No U"UM .ir etpn"e
anil tho tn w nlTfi) fact about the
HPr'lane la that it la aout eo rraaonahl
1 l hut it la
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29
IF BACK HURTS
BEGIN ON SALTS
Flush your kindcys occasion
ally if you cat meat
I the arroieg or ouauty
319-321 SOUTH MAIN
Mcmbrr of the
Every transaction at this store is
haseel on fair, honest, truthful
methods, enabling us to guaran
tee you satisfaction 100 or re
fund your money.
Here Are the Kind
of Clothes You Want
At the Price You
Want to Pay
New Russia Calfskin Shoes
In English and modified English lasts, J. P.
Smith make, tan and black. An unusually good
shoe at this special price. All sizes.
Hirsh Wickwire and Campus Tog,
fine all-wool Suits and Overcoats
Hirsh Wickwire and Campus Tog
clothes are among the few really fine
makes of ready-to-wear clothes, and
at these prices are by far the best cloth
ing values yet offered this season.
And we don't ask you to take out
word for it. Shop around and make
your own comparisons.
Lower prices have been effective all
season at this store. We bought our
fall stocks late and got the benefit of
the wholesale market reductions and
we're glad to be able to pass the reduc
tions along to you. The range of new
fall styles and patterns is absolutely
Other Hirsh Wickwire and Campus
Tog Suits and' Overcoats at
$65, $75, $85 and
up to $110
Regular Sizes Slim Models
In pull-over and coat styles. Plain colon
and handsome 'combinations in shaker knit
and jumbo stitch. Assortments are complete
Priced at $10 and up.
(tint 11 tn v'ih 11 (he rr Ii ct nil, both
Mill (li('-nlo Soup Kitchens,
" ii v.ci-e ii'Min mnnvin nril to
1 iii irn t fee 1 strikers nnd 1 M .,"uy. 1",.."n. 'l,,u"
of unemployed, Xi i. c.i f-Ad -L " mu-
Nn oiatter how bad your ailment or hnw
HtVjp ion etanUntr. re will be ptearttl m have
ynu irj u m cur riM rnr iin ininrma
No m.in or woman who emu meat'
rettulnrly can muko n mlm.iko by '
flu nil I n k tho kidneys ooc.mlonally ,
Mont ftirniH uric mid which .1oh the'
kidney poten bo they sluuBlnhly fil
ter or strain only part of the wiiHte
and polKiiiin from the blood then you 1
Bet iti U Naiiy nil rtieuiiiatlmn, ;
hendiiches, llvor trouble, nervoos
iieux, cuiuttpntlon, dlzxlneHM. Nlecp
IcHKHChs. bladder itlnonlers niniu
from sliiKBltih kldneyo.
The moment you feel a dull ache
In the kldnevs or our back hurtM.
or If tho mine U cloudy, offensive
full ot nodlment, IrrcBUlar of pas
BJiBe or attended by a i-onwitlnn of
xraldliiB, fe'i't about four ounce of
J 11 it &iltx from nny reliable phar
maoy nnd take a tablcupoonful In a
Klan of water bofore hrenkf.mt for
.1 few days nnd your kidneys will
then act tine. This fnmoua stalls Is
Hindi' from the add ot ki init m-d
lomon Juice combined w.th lith'a nnd
has been used for generations tn
flush eloKRed kidneys and stimulate
them to activity, also to neutrallzi i
the acid'- in i.rlne so It no loncer
p.nun. 1 fl tn 1 itt llmu ntt.lln. Itln.l
; fc ' " utM.i.m -
Jnd Salts s inexpensive nnd can I
nnt injure makes a delightful offer
vescent lltlila water drink which nil
rcBUl.ir meat eaters should tako now
and then to keep tho kidneys cloan
nnd the blood pii'e, thereby avoiding I
serious kUlnoy complluAtlons. Advt. J
If DR. STOTTS
210 Richard Bids.
Third and Uoaton
Formerly of Hot
Uiood, Skin, Oenltn-t'rlnnry
and Venereal Diseases and
Kenernl office practice,
iiruma, acclncs, Eloctr.cal
I'liono C mi i;o Hill
I . . nVT- l..i.l..,Mi.,-TitTM til. '
1 Eli L. Admlr
Iluys nnd Sells Oil and
Creek, J'ayno and
were never before as Irresistible as In
tins season's flimsy mjlerials. It Is
durinc this s.aon that Utlalone will
be doubly appreciated by pretty women.
is a safe and sure preparation for tho
removal of hair from the neck, face or
recommend It be.
csuie It Icivei the
skin cleat, firm and
DelJtone it taiiul
to pply-imple dl
tectiom with everr
or Dcpailmrnt btott
m w c ( QQ
THIS isn't ono of those fnke free treatment
oftcrs you hnve seen so many times. Wo
don't offer to give you something for nothing
but we do guarantee that you can try this won
ilerful trenttnent, entirely at our risk, nnd this
Kuuranlco is backed by your local druggist.
This makes the offer one which you can ab
solutely depend upon, because the druggist with
whom you hnve been trading would not stand
behind the guarantee If be did not know it to be
tin honest und legitimate one.
Hunt's Salve, formerly called Hunt's Cure,
has been sold under ubholute money back guar
antee for more than thirty years. It Is especially
compounded for the treatment of Eczema, Itch,
Rino Worm, Tetter, and other itching skin dis
Thousands of letters testify to Its curative properties. M Tlmcr(1"lth
reputable dry goods dealer In Durant. Oklhhoma, snys; "I sufff r c" ,
li'inu for ton years, and spent 1,000.00 for doctors' treatments, wi
result. Ono box of Hunt's Cure entirely cured me," . i-il
Don't fall to rIvo llunt'w Snlvola trial prlco 75 contB, from you r 1
driiKSlnt or direct by mall If he dpes not handle It.
A. B. RICHARDS MEDICINE CO., Sherman, Tcxa
COLONIAL DltUG COMl'AJiV