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THE TULBA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER ?t . 1 !1 5
FIVE RURAL MAIL FIGHT SUilE TO COME UP Duriug Adjournment of ( 'ongress Service Was Reoi ganized. OKLAHOMA SUFFERED More Than 300 Routes Dis continued in This state Alone. (Bj JOHN W FLENNER) Bn lal in i be World. WASHINGTON, Nov. 33.- Beoauae i tin poatofflce department has r organised the rural mall delivery -s' r -lc in a number of states during the i.'iii; adjournment if congreaa and hai d upenaed with the aervlcea of thou SCALY ECZDH ITCHING BURNING So Could Nl Sleep. Came in Small Blotches. Cried All (he Time. In Three Months Well. andi of rural mall carriers, a warm :.Khi is anticipated when congress re uonvenei next month, Oklahoma hai probably bean hit harder than -:i other state, when pproxlmatel) twelve hundred hurul n all . .h i i.m s have b i n leftalated out upproxlmati I) twi Iva hundred, rural routed Into motbi ehicle routes, Mm lairu-ta in--t affected are those rt p itHented by Rejireaentutlves Perils, McCUhtlc and Morgan, although In ever) section of the suite changes hiivi been made, which the depart went Insists were in the interests of rwi'lVC linn, I, ill III Out Sln i i. n first motor vehicle route was established las) summer, prob iblj three ii wdri i of such rout, i have been established in Oklahoma. For everj motor runt.! established it mean! the iMsconlinuance ol two rural mall routes and the dispensing of the services of two mall carriers and two substitutes, Therefore, about twelve hundred Oklahoma rural mall carriers have in i ii el out during the past fe,v i nils, iii spite of the protests of the members of oongresi whose dls tricts were affected. No figures are available, but it Is estimated that the postofflce depart men) has effected a saving of some thing like 300, by the reorganisa tion ni the rural mall service In Okla homa, where an unusually large num ber nf motor vehicle routes have been established, having been merged with i ural rout a. Tin- merging of routca i and 3 run ning out of Muskogee Into motor rout A an. i the consolidation of routes 2 end :: out of Haskell Into route A. which was to have become effective December I, has been positioned until by which H II is ex- the el ii serv Ice i o minis, in a position in certlf) vehicle can lers, carrii rs. Al tl e departmeni it Is declared thnl whll I temporal) appointments might hnve been made, t !, carriers so named niit'iii have been put to the expense of purchasing an automobile, and ihen Intel failed to have passed t i - - ex I gminationa Well Known Remedy I Relieves Chronic Case IMPORTANT !' DIRPOSE w wit: i hum i hi vi i im , ii w mi in . 1 1 mm i People frequently attribute to fail ure df the digestive organs conditions that are primarily due to Inactive boM i In mil apfely 1 1 im Hea i hai from their i.iv nature are more apt to ag gravate than (a relieve the disorder, When the bowels acl regularly the stomacb Is in better shape to perform hs allotted laska and can usuallj be depended upon. Tu k i-i-n Hi.- ii.iw.is in condition there is no more effective remee)) man the combination of sim ple laxative herbs known as Dr, caid- VMM's Svrni. P.. nsni uhi.-h la ..l.l in drun si, hi s for fifty centa a bottle. I r Caldwell has nn s, i ll,, .1 tins remedy in his practice for over a quarter of a century and it la todaj the standard household remedy in thouaandi if homes Mr, Thos. i - Loach, with thii Dnmirtmnnl nt I ha i Interior, Office of Indian Affairs, al vtasnington, wrote Dr. i i.i l re eentlj thai "Dr, Caldwell's s t up Pep. tin is the beat laxative i have anj knowledge of and the cleaning up guaranteed b) Its use relievea everj otgn n." Januarj it. pected i hai slim will In in permanent motor Inatead of temporal i HEALED BY CUTICURA SOAP AND OINTMENT "My Mister took eczema when very younrf ami we though I ii was hives. Her scalp was red ami ihe was very fretful. It came nut just like heat in small rt'.jj, blotches ami got larger, I '' v -4 am' '" a tuvl ,las ' H looked scaly ami WM dry. 1 v U It itched and hunted no j .no ennui mit siwp and she. JL cried all the time. When 7Raggas7 eratched it it would j jT I I bleed and her hair came out. What hair she had was rim ami looked (h ail 'The trouble lasted eight or nine months before we used tho CutlcUTS Soap and I hnt- neat. In about three monUu she was entirely wall." (Signed) Mlaa Elver Button, Jefferson, s. c, geb, 9, I91A, Sample Each Free by Mail with 33-p, skiii Hook on requeeti d dress peat-card "Cntlcura. Driit. t, b. ton." .-sold throughout the world. iKIIINUTON Null S, Whether because of the name or foi other reasons nol matte apparent, the pnftoft'lce departmeni announced tho discontinuance t the poatofllce a! Woodrow, Nowata county, Okla., af fective January 16 next. After thai I. iii mail Intended for Woodrow will be forwarded to Nowata, The dis continuation of the posiof flee al Link, Nowata county, is also announced, lo become effective on January 16. Mail foi this poinl will also go to Nowatn. k Mk sy.v 1 MR. TIIdmas DeLOACH. a bottle of Caldwell'a Byrup Pap ain ahould I"- "u hand In o ery home for use when needed. trial bottle, free of charge, can he obtained by writing to Dr, W. B, Caldwell, 161 Washington si Month ello III FLAGGED TRAIN; IS HELD FCR KILLING Negress Who Pound Broken Rail Now in Jail al Bartlesville. 16 MURDER CASES AWAIT A HEARING j star mall aervlco I and Vonkora, I i la., I I on) Inuod, pet m i n Hadli has been (lis (I The poatofflce al Welty, Okfuskee county, Okla.. has been moved Unci hundred feei north nf the old I icniion. Willlan ii. Jones has been letontmls- Sloned us post master. New oilcans ;c!s Meeting, NEW ORLEANS, Nov, 33, The ex eouUve committee of the National As aoctatiun of Real Estate Exchanges, In session in Cleveland, Ohio, today tele graphed .Mayor Martin Behrman that New Orleans had been selected as the iiiei iini,' place for the L 91 6 convention of the organisation, whloh probabl) Will be held in March. aflmn BESS. pis i m AWelcome Gift nw Jeaaa Babrey, the negro woman a ho Ihi week discovered a broken rail on the Santa Pe tracks, north of Tulaa, flagged tho tram and prevented a wreck, was arrested at Bartleavllle Saturday by Police Chief Allen on In formation received from Alabama Btattng she was wanted there for com plicity In a murder, win n taken Into custody tho negro woman had a letter from E. r. Hlph j president of the Santa Fe, In which he complimented her for her heroic acl In stopping the train, and pointed oul thai she mlghi have passed on after discovering the broken rail and lefl the train with many passengers to I heir fate, and assured the woman the company would appreciate her act, The negreaa denlea thai she is the part) wanted, but admits she was horn In Hi. aouth, Winn placed in the city Jail she wepi bitterly, and pleaded With the officers for her release thai she tniKht return to her I children, whom she aaya deed her assistance, Wednesday niht a weeh ago the Mabrey woman was walking from Tulsa to Bartlesville, Smith of Col llnsvllle she discovered a broken rail, it was soon time tor the northbound passenger train to hove In '-iuht and she stepped between the rails ami Flagged It. When the pasaengera learned what had hapened they pre vailed upon the train crew to take the woman aboard and take her to Bar tleavllle, and took up a collection imounttng to aboul $100. President Ripley In writing the ne mo woman stated he had before him a report of the inctdeni aa turned in by tho train crew, and which substan tiated press reports of the incident as he had read them. Criminal Terui of Superior Courl Nexl Month to Set Record. Arrange nta are being made to call a criminal term In superior courl beginning December 6 The largest criminal docket In the history of Tulaa county, Including some lu murder cases, awaiting trial, Count Attornej Ed Croaaland la trying to arrange for the calling of this term with .imii;,. m a, Breckin ridge ami it is probable the term will occupy the attention of the courl for at least a month. The lasl criminal term held in the superior courl twaa last April and sill.e that time iasi.se line, nunlinill. lated at a record rate, The attention I of the court has hen confined to an 1 unusually large civil dockei and ii is for this reason thai it has been lm- I possible to hear criminal cases up to I this I imp it is believed thai the courl will I coincide with Croaaland thai the term is necessary at this time and an an nouncement Is expected soon. ESCAPED PRISONER IN REFORM SCHOOL Vanillic Mill Pur ontmeroc, III in The v. .ri,i THE HOME SET! Every member of your family would appreciate a gift of a ShinoiA Home Set. It is practical, useful and the pleasure it gives will remind them of you every time they use it. Think of the boys and girls among all your relations who would appreciate a Home Set. ShjkolA is made of wax and oils. It pre serves the leather and makes your shoes wear longer. ShinoiA is easy to use, it does not soil the clothing in wet weather and produces a beau tiful shine that lasts! If your dealer wiU not supply you send 25c (35c with ShinoiA) to SriimnA Co., Rochester, N. Y. and we will forward Post Paid. AMERICA'S HOME SHOE POLISH BLACK TAN WHITE COMMERCE, Okla., Nov. 38. T. L. Myers and associates have made ar rangements for the building of a two hundred-ton mill at their mine In aection 6-38-34, The mill ts to be completed within eight) days, accord. Iiik to the specifications and agree ment. During the time the mill is being constructed the operators will Continue to mine the ore, sinking ad ditional shafts inii drill testing some new areas Suffered Twenty-One Years Finally Found Relief 1 1 1 1 i n -: Buffered for twenty-one yeara with a pain In my side. I finally , have found relief In Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Knot. Injections of morphine were my only relief for short periods (if time. I In came so sick that I had to undergo a surgical operation in New oilcans, which benefited me for two yeara W hen the same pain came I hack one day I was so sick that 1 gave up hopes of living. A friend ad vised me to try your BWamp-Root and l al once commenced using it. The flral bottle did me so much good that I I purchased two more hollies. 1 am now on my second bottle and am feel ing like a new woman. I passed n I gravel stone as large aa a bisr red bean and several small ones. I have not had the hast feeling of pain since taking your SWamP-Root and I feel It my duly to recommend this great medicine to all Buffering humanity. Gratefully yours. Mils'. JOSEPH CONSTANCE, Rapldea Par, Echo, Personally appeared before me, this i. ".iii day of July, 1911, Mrs. Joseph Constance, v. ho subscribed the above statement and made oath that the same is true in substance and in fart. WM. MORRi W, Notary Public. G rover Bloom, Wanted In Tulsa, Located in Kan sas M til. I ollc'r In Hr. Kilmer Co.. niuuliamtoii, v y. Once more, through tl tforta of Harry Stage, Bertlllon expert of the Tulsa police department, a man who made his escape from the Tulsa county jail has been apprehended. This time it is Qrover Bloomi who has many aliases, who is in the Kansas stale reformatory at Hutchinson, when- he is serving a sentence for burgtarj and grand larceny. On the five thousand printed notices recently prepared by Btege and sent to every police chief in the United Stales, a reward of I8G waa offered for Bloom's delivery to the Tulaa county authori ties. in the reformatory Bloom la known as Charlie Undraw, bul the exchange of photographs, finger prints ami Ber tlllon measurements lift lilth. rnnm for douiit tht Undraw and Bloom are the same person. It is probable the prisoner will be turned over to the authorities here. Bloom and Harry Wells held up and robbed the iay Night grocery stole, 322 West Piral street, after Which they made their escape to Miim- kogee, where they wt re captured and brought hack. Following their being found guilty they were put Into a cell with- Dale Deval, another desperado. The afternoon before the day on which they were to be sentenced they attacked Jailor Large as he was de livering their evening meal. Knock ing htm unconscioua, they look Ills keys, unlocked the door leading to the stairs leading around the elevator shaft ami made th dr escape, Thus far two escaped prisoners. Bloom and Thomas Murphy, have been apprehended through the notice pre pared by Stege, and it la nm improb able the others for whom rewards arc offered also will be caught, WRECKED SHOW WAS KNOWN TO TULSANS Prove What Rwamp'Root Will Do for Ynn Send ten centa to i r. Kilmer & Co., Blngbamton, n. v.. for a sample size bottle, it will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuable Information, telling aboul the kidneys ami bladder, When writing, be sure and mention the Tulsa Daily World. Regular fifty-cent and one-dollar size bottle for sale at all drug stoics. Adv. Rh umntlsm and Miied palm Tho Musi Go) The congestion of the blood In its cow , Muses pain. Sloan's Liniment penetrates to the congestion and stalls i in blood to flow freely, The i limly's warmth is renewed: the pain is none. The "man or woman who ! has rheumatism, neuralgia or oilier j pain and fails to keep Sloan's Llhi- I men! in their home is like a drown i Ing man refusion a tope.'' Why Buf fer Gel a bottle of Sloan's. land .'(lo $1.0n l,tte holds six limes as much as 6c size. Adv. ion T. Kenned) Outfit Here yearn Vgo; Kcmpf Marie Friends, With considerable regrel residents of Tulsa who have attended the Con T. Kennedy shows learned yesterday of tho wreck In Georgia of the whole how train of 18 cars, kiiling and maiming many persons who have de voted their lives to tin- entertainment 'if others. The Kennedy slums were last in Tulsa two years ago, when they played on Klrkpatrick Heights Thi1 shows were among tin beat of their kind in the country and always were well patronised. During the engagement of the shows here Fred & Kempfs model city and huge searchlight attracted much attention and Mr. and Mrs Kcmpf became well known lu te dur ing their brief ataj The model city was one of the mechanical marvela of the ace. being a complete working model of a largo city with its sky scrapers, automobiles, trolley cars, etc. Many other members of i he shows. Including Mr, Kennedy ami in.- execu tive staff, also made many ft lends here. Tim sho train was wrecked by a fast passena bug, (la t v.. y 4 ok ti Your Thanksgiving Dinner You want ii to be the besl dinner rouVe ever cooked you waul everything From "soup to nuts" to be the iuot delicious ever sel upon Bin table, Von wani vour friends and relatives to enjov every mouthful you want everything you sol to be tasty, flavor) and wholesome, Middle West Bread fa tile Im.'.iiI I,, owlpr it will maki' your dilitior Tcsisi title il on do. Order From Your Grocer. Middle West Baking Co. He landed rhe JOB before he landed!!! lie took no chance Of being "stranded" He used a "Want Ad" a time or two And a rosier future opened to view. ta. No "red blooded," virile young man is going to stay "cooped" where he's not contented. Youth, ambition, hope and aspiration paint the pros pects of his progress in glowing colors. A "Classified Ad" Is the "Highway" to Better Conditions Take this route if you want to "get out," and take a "look in" on a better fiield. Circumstances are constantly keeping men shifting Influences set in motion that make a change of location not only necessary'. but advantageous. To make this move successfully, and "get your job before you iumo." USE THE "CLASSIFIED" SECTION of the TULSA WORLD A time or two insertion Want Ad under the heading "SITUATION WANTED," will get you the job you want more than the one you've got!! TRY IT!! BIGGEST CROP OF YEAR THE PECANS I ariit Demonstrator Would Provettl farmers Prom Destroying the Trees, Hal iluni- Rint your rooms Tlie World Want I Ad way aavs time and worry. I "The largeet ami besl paying crop ill Tulsa county this year has 1. ecu the pecan," said County Farm Demon itrator C. E. Earnheari yesterday. Ho declared that corn was the only cereal that even approached the record growth Ot I" can:, during the year. Dr, Earnheart has b come enthused over the prospects of tho nut. lie said yesterday, "Wherever and when ever I hear of a farmer who has a pecan grove I am Koinx to hint per sonally and auk htm not to destroy one tree, Pecan growing in Tulaa count) will, in the future, he a great Induati y In t his county." "They need little 0T no attention and yield lamer profits than any other thing that could he raised," he de- cl i n il Fur son e tl .e past the fa.oriie pas ANNOUNCEMENT The Producers Mutual Health and Accident Association POltMKRM OF DRVMRIOHT, OKLA., IH Now LOCATED i 325-6 Iowa Bldg., Tulsa, Oklahoma nil It I s, will III MAINTAINED IV DRl'MRIOHT FOR Nil BENEFIT OF ui It POLICYHOLDERS THERE, time has been to gather nuts, There (today paid a fine of to Justice Ms an abundance ami plenty for alljOoanelle at Savage, aid., tor speeding. I who will go and get them, Ever since Mrs m, .,i,,o. ,ia shier of President the first frost they have heetl shipped I Wilson, was In the ear when the at i out of the county every day liy the cur I legod offense was committed las loads, week. MtAdoo'a Chauffeur lruwt Pine, My politeness don't coal nuf- LAUREL, ltd., N'ov g, Rddte j fin'," said Uncle Eben. "But de waiter llaydeii, chauffeur for Secretary of dal Understands his buslneSB loUt the Tiuasury William U. McVdoo, Iperaundln' tlpa knowa better."