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Till' RBJ) A I OCTOBKH , If 14 P r V B N ociety News I j VBfU OWVNNB, TELMI'HOW 6u0 Mil III Ill , If you mi liuimr.v ami find K'""l fund anil plenty of It und you in) It, you iii' WtlfflNf If yu urc hi-alt Ii -It) tired and it (! In talc a loll II deep, you an- rHlril. and eu It m wiin noviy all human amotions ami i kiivn witii nearly nil, but noi with a MrtiUn onti Tin oraving lo be un dargtood and tn be oared (of is al most tlx- strongest desire in the un man heart. Look at ttie men and women ground youi man working nil ia ami every duy fur the families which they lovei women undergoing war) conceivable trie! tn win and Imld ihi attachment of those who urn dear in them. Ami iben the great restless, unhappy timing who an li i lit 1 1 1 1 K and yearning for Sympgtlll and friendship. Practically all of iih an- In search i f huppint'HM, ami although our Ideaa nf hitiipiniH diffit, yd even ooncep ' tlnii of It in I ascd, more 01 leal dl yectly, upon tin appreciation and re gard nf nni fiiinwH Tile man who inaki'M tiDiHio.dini, imt wins tin- ha tred anil distrust of every one who knows til in, finds that )i1h money in ii i him no .Icy. Tile Human who in i ii ut if ni, but wimso beauty makei ronii'n envious of in r ami men greed l for her, fimin that her beauty brings her no contentment. No mailer what I It in that you think would make yon I Sappy, If you subtract from it the Joy Of Bueet huimin rol.itli'iiHlnpH, you will find thai you have left only the Utility himk of delight. Every idea of happiness Ii based primaiil upon tin- Idea nf affection We want tn he liked, we want to he tii ': we' want people tn he glad to see us, we want to he loved. Kut the curloua pari la that when wo let nut t.. gather in devotion n a child gathera In flowera, we find that It doi h not work. People w ill nol like Ua lnV.-lU.se We Wall! to he liked. Tlll'V may pit us or he kind to ui, hut they caiiii"i ami thej will not love us. And by and by we barn thai, even when thev dn lnve us. our craving for affec tion l.s not Htllled. The only way that deelre fur affection In filled l.s when W' give It ind seek II Do you long for understanding tenderness.' I'mhi stand other people te tender with them, and you will find thai your own desire will he rst lafh d, and that, unaware, you hg.Vg atunihlid upon oin' of the paths to happiness .Selected. a Montgomery of Loa Angiics "the farmer painter." to the hitter cluh T icHila iVi niiig. Mi Monagomery talked tn the women on tin' meaaanlne floor of lin tel TuUa, where a line collection nf canvases, llluatratlve of ins lecture, waa dliplayed. When a boy 7 years ol age Mi Montgomery waa bound out in a far nn r fur a Id in nf la w .u. ,,i . oi which in- received 1100 foi his work, and it wim dining those sc. us in which he i aim in intimate contact with nature (hut he became Inspired to paint its beauties, and beg in ( plan his career. Varying luccoee and failure characterised ins efforts and H was not Until bis famous pal "A farm gonna," was piaoed on ois Play al tin.' I'arlH egpoiltlon that In fell thai he had ai las! achieved fame, The picture has ilnce bean lean at other world's expositions unit in ait institutes of the large lltlei In this und other oountrlea. Mr Montgom Ty has been ottered 110,000 foi the oanvaa, but has repeated! refined any price. Mr. Montgomery'! talk was greati) appreciated by the clubwomen who hope to have opportunity to hear him main qui ing his sin m the it i Mil. K J t'lii peny, w hn Ih eoniing I from Hi Ni City, Mo for a vUm in the Handera home M.in.v fl lends nf I former Ihiih win be slud lo know of 'Mm Oorpany'a Intended return foi a time I Theie was a lai'Kelv attended and pleaaanl meeting nf the item kah club yeaterdui afternoon with Mri .' It Inula as In si ess I'lnk and gnen the club colore, were pnttiK i. ii i oil nn in decorations, ami refreshments RWrowVen party ii',' xt"w'i"ek "wlih Mis Mary Condon tn iho home of btt won anil daughter, Ml and Mrs II h Condon, Meed am ee h a. Stiles of lUma, Ohio; Kranoes Wgugh Rlklna and n k. Murdock wen gmits jhe IHSVUIIg III IWn weeks Will lit ,il III" borne of Mis q w Koresman, wnn Mis A I.. Ooj and I'on siu.in ax joint hostesses Ih, rlul a it. iis-huni meeting of Wednesda) Morning Auction yesuraay i mini Mis Qoorge Uuii.i i'. ii lies ,i hostess There were till tahh s of the g ion . will. Mis gam M Hum y, Mrs ltd ward I. Moorhci Ansa I ami) ii I .,, ke) and Miss I'lm- fine Uraymer substituting. Mlsi I H( ke) was awardi ,1 high sc. i. favi i of biiiiiiitiii pottery, Uum in nn foi- loweo Ule game Mrs J. I win nave cna ciuu ni xt ei, i appi an Mi as Informal Dtoiuer, Mr and Mrs. T. H. Hllss and ' naries w. hush ei talned Infoi ally ai dinner last evening, having gueeia air ami jvi ih Bertram H.-nv, v and mtie daughter Mary Elisabeth nf Bidon, Mo., Mr ami Mrs. Ralph H Harvey and hahy Robert Bylveater and Mr. and Mrs liuv 1. Pan Is A.-hKi ai Bonoptton. faculty recital of Iveu- ndaj i veiling, ly a sect. i. The Calendar for Thursday. Missis (Carolyn and Elisabeth Dli k. y (jlv.- am tlon for Miss Porter field Cftsmui club given aeagoti'i opening dance Mothndisi women flvo reception for Re and Mis. Prank Neff, f)r and Mrs. p'red S Clinton are Wats at dinner for Mrs. T C Carleton Oklahoma 'ity ami Mrs K P. Mac Art hur. H'OUH o lo Th' annual oali college, s, ( for M will nils year lie diMiin ui, in win n reprcHcnt wive women Of Tulsa will assist In receiving, and to wtich an invitation i extended i" all who are Interested In tin college to attend. Administration building will be tin scene of the reception, which Is to he I'll cell, d liv a lirtef i.r, ..r and 'sir by Professor John k wlvi uim. Carolyn porter, Mrs, i U Proit, Miss Mynn.' Cogswell, Miss Margaret wyndham ma Miss Flo North. The guests will he shown through the bulldltlf ami over the grounds, ami It is planned i() make the evening one of the pleasanteet ever experienced ut the college, About twenty women and ClUbWOinen have been InVltod to assist "ii faculty 111 acting as hoata, Clubwomen Hear "Riley of Uio Brush." About one hundred clubwomen, tern hers of the Ruskln Art, Twen tieth Century and .lane Addarns Chau- ta' Tin circle, were guests of the Clinwn Seal chant i no ua al an art lee- Mr Louis Uurfchart nf Warren, Pa,, and ;.ir. John liurKhart if Norbonne, Mo., have returned alter a lev. days' lait to Mi ami Mrs it. v. Rurkhart and family, Mis B, w Terrj of nk niulg.v wl.l (he r,,' ,,r ,. week to attend he Homer re itai ami .-land the week vlslllng In the H ok hart home. Mr, ami Mrs .i A n. ula i In. w cie g a Ml and Mrs i Hi i, onlay, en runt w h. rc nlon, the go in .ai M founghloc sis in t he hen i Condon ovei tn Reuublic. of nf ml .1 I.IIT f J fl1 I Urns SPECIALS Itaraoaa Batuiaet Evwuzcl his Quite the pleaaanteel affair among the Presbyterian ymmg people in many monthi was the bamjuet ten dered by men of the ltarain class to the giiis of Evangel BtbbJ flasa of which Mrs. A. w. Roth la teacher, Tuesday evening in the lUb-Htm of the church. The banquet tahh s were dec uated with bouquets of carnations ami the menu, which was ault0 an elaborate affair, served by the women nf the church, carried out the Hallowe'en Idea. Mr. William E, Qordon, teacher of th Ha.ra.cas. acted as toairtmaster, and reMinnses nvrc given hy Mr. Ed Ward K. Roth. whoso initial aim 'The Utdiea"; Miss U)ttle VVaahlng I ton, who talked at.. mi The Qentle nien": Mr. C J Barry and Miss Mil dred Kelsey, (1,,, nic In iiersli ip CIltiMt Mrs. A. W. Roth and Mr. J n Payne "Class Loyalty." Talks were also given by Rev. Q VV. Kerr and Mr. K A. Robinson The evening's fcsllvl Itiei were con. ludtHl with the slugui : I or an original yell by one of the men sung lo the turn of the Rrown CI llegl Bong. A memberahit) contest between the two das-si's, with Evangel class secur- i in. i.ugesi inininer 01 new in hers, Inspired the affair. 'iii- To Mi-ot Misv l.orton. Miss Bethel Cone entertained with three tablet! of a u.t Ion bridge1 hist evening to meet iis.s Edna oiivia Lot-ton of Walla Walla. Wu.sh.. win. i. spending the winter here Only the girls and men of Miss Cones Immedl ale circle were guest'-. -ion Saturday Selling Wr have Belected for Saturday Belling a spec ial display Distinctive Millinery Creations Moi cry Win' (lav fls that Style ih dou s prices, embody, ev iine easily ble Batur- I S3. 95 I $5.00 I $7.50 21 West Third. W ed ling Ajmouncfiincnt Announcement is made of the mar riage of M'ss iiaiiie it Rickaon of tills city to Mr C. I. I'inel, nt UVa.li Ington, l. C.. which was quietly soi- einni., ii al HI Keno, Okla , August It oil. ar. ami .v1r.s rmch will be r! iiome aner ivovon her 1 r, In Washing ton, where Mr Pinch Is In the em ploy or the legal department of tin Civil service The. bride has for SOim time been acting seJeretary to Mr r K. Buchner of the V. M, C. a. Mr. imd Mis. J. II. Kerry and fam ily have removed from South Main sneei i,, ,,in west Twelfth, Wh they will H"on lie ut home. ere I Mrs. f.;ugene r.tttle and baby davugrh jter Mary Alberta ai xjiected home today after three mmiths' stnv in I Wisconsin, where they visited reia tlvea and spent sonii' time at the lake resorts. MMn s a. Btllea of Uma, Ohio, has come foi a visit to her daughter, Mrs X S. Mm. lock. Mr. and Mrs. J, will leave1 today fo they go to meet Mrs Warn n Sanders r Vlulta, where s.iruieis' mother Here is Good News For Stomach Victims Hume very remarkable reunite are I being obtained by treating stomach, liver and intestinal troubha with puro vegetable oUa, which exort a clesns- I lllg, tOOthtng and purifying action upon the lower bowela, rasnoving the obst ructions of poisonous fecal mat ter and gases and preventing their absorption bf the blood. This done, Ih, food Is allowed free passage from ' stomach, fermentation ce ases and itoraach troubles quickly disappear. BeOfge H. Mayr. for twenty years a leading Chicago druggist, cured hlm elf and many of Ids fi lends of stom ach, liver and Intestinal troubles of yean' standing by this treatment, and SO Successful was the reinedv he de vised that it has Since b. en placed In he hands of Sruggtstl all over the ico.intiy. h i have sold thousands of bottle Though absolutely harm less, tin ef fect of the medicine is sufficient to convince any .me of ;ts remarkable effectiveness, and within 24 hours the lUfferef feels like a new person. Miiyr's Wonderful Stomach remedy Is now sold here by Cetinan & Camp bell Adv, The Tulsa i.r h of ill, Interna tlonal Sunshine s ty w,u meet with Mrs c. u Davis, Sits West Cameron m it Mondw . Mr. nml .Mrs. Jamci Gardner Dl Ml North Denver avenue announce the birth ofa ion yesterday morning. 'I he new arrival has been given tin name of Martin Gardner. Mi.-s BalUe Pearl Pippin has re turned homo to Jackson, Tenn after an extended ilsit here with her elstor Mrs k. c. Reeves. MRS. 6EIDEL TELLS WOMEN How Lydia E. Pinklmm's Veg etable Compound Kept 1 ler in Health for 11 Years. BhipfaMUtbtirf, I'u. "It was several yeurs ago that 1 lUnrtd taking Lydia E, I llihliall. s Cgl'ta- I'll l lupoun.l. I then luiTered terri bly every month, My husband boughl mo a bottle of it anil it btflped in a right away Then after my laeond child wm liorn 1 liiul a female trouble very Imdly and I used Lydia V.. Pinkhnm'c Vegeta ble Cohiniliinl und in .. limit tun -was cured mill bgva baen in bkci Hi nt health ilnce 1 glwajti pr-iisc the Compound whenever I bgva an oportunit) ai I Know it helped mo and will help others. Lately I bnva Riven tho Compound to my 'laughter gad I wish gl lufToring wot ten would take it and ba com Incea i f worth." Mr. Jambs A. Bbidrl, Ui N. Penn Street, Bhippeniburg, Pa, ilia K. Piukham 'a Vegetable Com po. id, made from dative roots and herbs, contain! no narcotic or harmful drugs, and i" day holds the record of bei tho inoHt lucceasful remedy for female ill We know of, ami thousand of voluntary testimonial on Big in the Pink ham laboratory at Lynn, Mas., iccm to prove tliis fact, II yon Iiiim- Hie sli' lit. -t doubt lliitl Lydlii 10. Pinkhuin'H Votrmta-1 I ii. v ompounil will help you.writo to Lydin lO.PtnfchuinMetlii'iiieCo. I ('on lid.' n( in I) Lynn, MaNH.J'or iuI via four lutter will he. ofennilt , ri'iul nml aiiNvr-l DJ woman, uul in ni in -ii . i ooulideuco. 1... A D M ill REMNANT DAY TOOAV Today Remnants will be on sale all day. The tables will be filled with the rarest of values -shotl lengths of all yard noods. One Half Price 1 2 1 Thai is Vandever what you pay for Remnants at lioautiful r HVniri, 1 1 - - 1 l';isliniii (1 r;i lull- 75 Cents and $1 nit tt . 'i .1 for M'l'llS, USCt. .'iliimi decora tions, OU salt' 75 Cents and $1 Mrs. g. r. ford and laughter Mins Vivian l ord loft last nlgnt for a week vial) in Kansas I'lty, nfter wiii.-li they Ko to uayne, Neb, where Hiss Vivian will enter school. Mrs ii I. Betterstrom haa r t . , ... ... i from Kanau CitV. where she was a patient in st Joseph hospital for some setaka following an operation Mr. South birth log and Mrs Aiiioh Quthrie of Denver avenue announce tiio 'f a h..li daughter la.st eveii- 'ere; -of fee A Menu. BREAK FAST .Silent Ha nana Rained Waffles LUNCHEON l'.nn nmoales, Tomato Sauce 'liahani Toast Scotch Fam ltb ini chneolate DINNER. Bhattuck Halibut French Pried Potatoea Ireamed I 'auliflower apple Ha lad W heat Clispie Demi-taaae Catholic church will met with Mrs I'. .1. 1 1. .a-land, t9t South Quthrie avenue, Thursday afternoon, The Alii HOclely of First Raptlst church will meet Thursday afternoon pi 1:10 at w D, A. headquarters. The Ladles' Aid Society will have Its cake sale at tin' Quaker drug store Friday, ictober II. a.i The M. P. I., will meet n hall Friday nlicht at I o'i In members requeated to b Mrs. Hottle Tlnklln, preside l . nf P, ok. All present, nt Adv. 1TJ I'lm r g 1 ' 9 HI ROB s'Mil IMS & I The clrclea or tin Aid society will met followa: First, Mrs 6 till South Frlann Mrs T. It. I.olt, third, Mrs M. If. Cheyenne avenue thni Buhl, 1111 line First Methodist t Thursday as a t. Fountain, ivenue; seoond, U M'I I) Qood, clean cotton runs at (lie World anil Bun Office, Will pay 8c per pound, delivered al press room door. Ad.. To the Publli We have very much Mgrettgg our having In move Imt owIiik to high rclll We have he. n i .nil llelleil to look for other quarters W'e will be lo cated ai it; vv First street from the 15th of Ootober on, and will carry I the same high-class groceries and meats as we have carriei, bef fi at a n re reasonable price, ami hoping to serve our Old customers and many new lines, we remain, respectful! yours, UNO'S MARKET, P. s. same Phones, If0l-t644. Prompt deliver Advt ma i M : 1 1. 1 1 . ' i I W Home IS W if affnii'H ponserval is Hire i voru1 and safe t pount Rvani M Farlln Utchfleld r M. Preston Sinclair Mark ham. Ir. t I oi any kind should spp ui ii tnai uudpr an pir- ik "in- t'ustomers atv tuoroughl)' jXl onaiiPtPd ;iiniin' lines nt si net .nni suriihiH is an additional I If h lallv invit.'.l. 1.1 j Lil C i i I THE FIRST CONSIDERATION. nccauHP there is no oonsideration i i ii i i i mii' unt'au ni Siiii'U in DanKing, we cnnistant'cs lue ix'st iutpiests Bafcgiiarded. i his bank are our lan?e paitital in depositors, ei ir DIRECTORS: j. a. iiuii i F Connolly M F Sinclair Tin. mas W hite 0 H, Leonard J . A. i h a p n in ' EXCHANGE NATIONAL BANK TULSA, OKLA. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 400,000.00 i 1 1) booth Jackson ; Tiffany, 80S North fourth, Mrs vr Smith Denver ..c- The Altai society of Holy Family Did a l I .lop. A professor was nxpoptulatlng a student for his idlenoaa, when latter said: "It's of no use; i cut OU1 tor a loafer" "Well," clared the professor, surveying student critically, "whoever cut out understood Ins business." w Ith Hie was you IDENTITY OF NEW CARMAN WITNESS IS LEARNED Mlts FLORBNCB CARMAN, MINFi it.A, T .. t. Oct 21. -Idenllt " tif .inn nf the ProSMUtlon'S iriont important witnesses uaalnat ,!rs. Florence Caiman, wn . has hcen kept OarefUlly under cover hy District Attorney U wis .1 limit h I) Nnysitii county, has heeti I in 1. The t !mniy of Ih.s witness will deal W Ih "lie of 'h invsleries ot the case. 1' concert- a a.-ciilibrc i.v.ihi 1 i-alibre of the weapon with winch Mr.' laWIBW Hailey was killed In th 'f! ..f Mr fed win Carmnn at Kreeport on Ihe r. isrlit of June 3. Lynn Smith Is th" witness, and hu alh-ped story has l. mw known to Ihi at rm of Mm Carman. They are preparing to meet the tesTiriol t! Smith is ex pected to eH it 'he trial Which la SChOdUled to htgin Ltfore Justice K 1 1 in Die Nassau county court on Monday FLAG DflV SERVICE BV j PYIKWNS LAST NIGHT s'i:I.M I- I'ltIO I K I'IKM.ItXM i.i v i n 1 1 1 liAiua tt w i) III. HI LAST I I SIM.. The Knights of Pythias held ape- lal patriotic Flag day service at I iastle hall last nlalit, in accordance with tin. proclamation Issued by tho supremo chancellor, Hrig. s, IToung, tn all Pythlana throughout the I tilted I sia i es nn i i la n ida. The service was wall attended and Consisted Of patriotic addresses by members of the order in connection with a musical program. rythinnH, thet( families and friends, attended. Light refreshments were served. The follow. ok i I . K r. 1 1 1 1 was ren dered. Hon. Frank ,. Curry. Pagi Chanoet' ! lor, Presiding, Instrumental hoIh I Miss Bulalle B, Parka Address, "Loyalty" , . , Jajnea id. wen Vocal Hido, Belected . . Mrs. .1 K. Mot !onnell Address, .- Flan" drover C. Rplllera IteaillliK. selected Miss Louiai Reed AddresH "T trlotlsm" ( h.iries B, Baldwin Vocal solo, "Mi ly i'lty" Henry W Morgan "America" Hy Entire Audience Wayne f Hancock, Chancellor 'om mandor. BUSINESS MEN flE CITY WILL HOLB A IEIINC SKIN UI elMHV IS A J(lf luHIViR , Dr. T. FFLIX GOURAUD'S ORIENTAL CREAM OR MAGICAL BtAUTIFIER Kmiovf- Tn ii pim ple, Prech 1 rn. Mot Ii Pali hei Knh tl! hit mi Ilmrnur. nil cvtry iiir-ihiih (hi hr.Mi' . anl (Ir ir tjrlri tioil It has ti.l tht trst f fV fetn, ami If Ml lut: till-- wc timtr it tu ir itirc it pfupcrly Rude Ar ccpi no i uuntetftM of siiniliir n ii ni e f)r. I,. A. Sayr mu r m Urf) i ' Ihf hiuttoa (u pBtientlj "As you bdlcn rill une thcta l w com mend 'Ghw4 C'tm . the IcmI bnnful (ifuiiiiir skin prrparatkMui.'1 At dnijviitt Bii'I Depaftmcnt titortii ' i T. HipKins 1 Sin. , : 3 fires! Jtmi SM.Yl MMl RAGES AT IHE WILLIAMS HEADQUARTERS DRINK AND DRUG Inhltn run . I iri ten I , f f- era ilni Rritbesl psui or ufterini Peg oiny when IITf I, Trent in e 11 1 idminii- ri-il Dsiy at till. I, In,., re gaNITARIUM Okie. flas Something That Will Stop Headache if beadachfl develops while ihopplng or at business Ju.it stop In any kooJ drut; Ktore and nsk r,i the fountain for 1 1 li It "h Fainidme, which is b j IUC- oeaaful in relieving headache because it removes the cause, whether fmm void, beat, nervousness or gripp, it la liquid and pleasant to tak. Don't cvit KulTcr wild headache when this remedy stops it ho easily, Tako a bottle home, The dr.i, ,t hay it in 10c, tic und iOe slaes, : III It I WIllllMI H III I II ' I nn I iHtc ni iM. ki m- I H I II I I lit IK III. TVIjBA rXIMMKKI III. i l l it ( KLIM Mi l l IM. TU si I I i i UBUC UATBH TO Ml Mi-ills. A form letter hai lii K ii Kent out by the Tulsa Commercial club to the headn of all tin- I tine firms, Sgpe- ci illy manufacturing oonoerns, In tins city, inviiine that i to st int repre sentatives to s ineitniK In the I'oin mefcial club assembly room Monday evunlng, November hi arhlch deiu- u it' s w ill lie i 'omen to 10 to a coll ference of .Mi.-uo.iii. i .iii. nnu itu- i ami trai vrest buslnesi Interests which baa been called at Mamphls November 19 nml JO. Tho invitation In Menu. his was sent out iiy the Chicago Association of 'ommerce to the Tulaa i 'miiiiirrriiil j lull. The inotlv- nf the inactinK Ut four-fold and ".iih Ntlmiilnted by the; present war stringency, Transporta-1 tlon along the Mississippi vatley to li'en'r l and Houth Amerloai develoi ins "f trading oompanisg for trade to South and Central Ainarlcs; eatali- lishftieni of direct methodg of ex change credita to Central and South I America and the establishment of m-1 dust rise in the United Btataa for tho Upply of uila country art- the pur- I poses uf this oonfarenoa. OKlJtHOMA CITY, Oct 21, (Spe cial. The1 turmoil nt the Williami headquarters finally bus become ho acute that Williams Ih sending; bis men with personal appeals to every Democrat nf influence in 'to state to soma to headquarters and tell him how to save himself fmm defeat Re ports that come from Williams' head dusrters indicate that too many cooks me spoiling tin' broth, and that Ii has been Impossible tn formulate a satisfactory idun of campaign, de- spite1 the fad that elei inni day Ih close at band. Must of the Complaints are that wiiiiam baa Insisted upon taiiinu personal i harKo nf every move, and for thai reason it hag been Impossible for his managers tn act without e - rnltinn him, even In matters t(ut nil office boy Himuid be abb-1,, perform. Accordingly, nobody but Wllllaini has been aide lo torn u wheel, ami in, progress has been made, Another serious diffn uitv is tin Husplclun amnnc other ian- dldatea on the Democratic ticket that they are deliberately tn in- sacrificed to nave Wllllama. Thej have been led to believe that ontanb' nf a chosen few, aurh aa Al treasurer, and lid ant governor, the th ket will I u left A number of . and gander, tot state j Trapp for lleuten I rem. limb r of tho to Hhlft for llS.'lf. , lati s have beg M 1 inaKlng their own c.imp,iiKn, wi'bo't consulting wltlbuua Tin , , mdl- datea diatrual the ttatemcnt I v clOSS in. mi- of Williams that '. oiiitrn committee Is out of m ni They know that a larKe Bum Ins l.e, n collected, and RUSpeCt that It Is lieins- boarded for th- uac nf Wltliams and his favoied Candidates In the ve v last days of the campaign. .... I ... . . 5 A ii Oh!, Family Couyh Remedy, Home-Made Easily Prepared Costs ry I. Ittlr, hut In I'riuupl, sure mil BaBeetlVS By Tiuik tntr this pint nf old-time rouh ryrup t home you imt only save abnut jr.', as eoniiareil with the reauy-BSBM kind, but nu will iilun have a iriiinli more prom pi and positive remedy in every amy. , it overcomes the usual cough, throat and i client colds ill '.M nOUn relieve! ren hooping cough quickly- and is excellent, i too, lor bronchitis, bronchial at!una, boarsrnrti and inaamodic croup. I tb t from any drug it 'J;a oun-es of Pinex ("ui ciits worth), pout It into a I pint bottle nml till the bottle with plain i granulated sugar Hmp. lull directions it!i rinex, Reepa perfectly und ta-te coi 'd IOJI rnn feel lliis take bold of a roiisrh orcoW iii u unv thai meaai bnalness. It quickly loosens the dry, noaiae or pgtn nil cough nml heali the Inflame 1 mem branaa, It also ban a remarksbk! effect In overcoming tin persistent loose cough bv stopping the formatl'm of phlegm in theturoM am! bronchial tubes. The effect of pine on the membranes it known by altnoat everv one. Plnex Ii i most raltiable coi nt rated compound i genuine Ndrway pine extinct rombtned . ith guaiacol ami other natural bealing pine iiriii-iits. Here are tnanv Wortbleea hnitationi of this f:iiiiinis mixture. To avow ills appointment, vnr diugglst t"r "fJ oiineet of Puss and dn net accept any thing eli"". A gttarantet of absntnte atisfaetiosi nt nmnv nrotnntly refunHed, goes vith tola prenaratloh. ihc i'mix Co.. It. wayne, fL w vi i ii- i ., , i i i-lcai it' ll rags i.t tilt- World ami S frits- Will i.. .le per pound, d lucu d ul pi t ss ruoui door Atlv.