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(TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, MAY 20, 1918.
CONTEST WARMS FOR JUDGESHIP Indications are That Many Will be Candidates This Fall MARTIN WILL MAKE RACE ffTiprt-niP rvjrr I'iv JuiIko Williams. It Is . h.ivv no I'ppo.sii i"ti ft; nation on tin' i m.v t'l)h'ans Maw Itt'lHlilliruilH thi' flrs.t tim 1" Jil'lS'inl tirkc! . arc to l" n.ito thtir nil" fur all tho it!c nt i'junrv :.-i(hiiM, will tin1 tintni ti'kM. I n Xrl. bi-iu'h In TuUa tru-t iuilKP is l-h;ir! l.ai)H ami J"lm ). ri' n.s. pi cp.u '. mi; tpr put f.irwur.i h mrimi i Hi. u iln iM'inoi'iats rnnip.'lliM in rumi uiisl ami N'st mn h t.i I.,, fllii'd nn the FOOD DEALERS MUST BE GOOD HEREAFTER unity. Anmng lirgi-d for dis A Steel. T. 1. Cannot 'iot Awj" With Violations of Hrirulations; Sonic Ijoso Their I.hx'nww. Former Tulsa Mayor Opposes Leo Daniel for Superior Court REPUBLICANS IN CAMPAIGN Activity of Old Guard Will Force Democrats to Put Up Bust "Men The announcement the prist week that L. J. M. it-tin would fif a can didate for superior judge has In jected an entirely new ancle'lnto the Judit'lury coin eat In the Jicmocratic parry to he svtlliM In the August pri maries. Vr. Martin 1h u former ma yor ft Tulsa nnd on of the bwlinK members of the Tul.sa rounty har, an well as a heavv property owner, and what proinipctl to he practically a walK-awnv In the mutter of selecting the ranitidines for juilpcs on the 1 'eiM.iiratic ticket In nil probability vill .i velup into the first real coii t"t fuc thn nomination of Judges on the 1 lemocratic ticket. Stipcri'ir JurlKe llri'cklnrlii're, who Is How a. rving his third term, an nounced some time nro that he would riot ha a candidate to succeed himself, but will retire and erKiXje in prlvuto prnctioe of law. VTn"l the entrance In tho ra e of I.. J. Martin. I-ee Ianiel v,hh ihn only avowed candidate for the superior Judgeship and It looked ox though he would have practically no opposition. Martin to I"r uiulldiwjr. It, la. rumored that Mr. Martin will be not merely a panslve candidate, but will make an active canvain for the i.omlr.ati in, :.nd if l.ee lann,l presses his candidacy as vigorously as he has In the past a real contest Unquestionably is on the tapis. It Is understoon that there will he no opposition to Owen Owen for the district judgeship to succeed Conn I.lnn whilp' another Democrat not yet agreed upon will be selected from I'awneo county to succeed Judge O'Nail, who is making; tho race for the siifireme be'hch In '-pposition to Justice Miley, who la a candidate to succeed himself us a member of the i I Haver, from :-, - ",v -1 PORTO RICANS PENALIZED in, CHICHESTER S PILLS TUB DIAMOND BBiNB. A Pills la H4 ftnd yM tnrttlHcVV bom, tcAicd wit blirt KltUm. V TatkM the. B nr mf Tai w IrrvUt. AhforClfl-4 I1T.H.TKB0 11 AM UN D UBAnD f ILIA Ix B SOLO BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE Thras ny OAKUtES art tufrier tt Balum t topilbt, Cubebi or lnctie,lli z' HIUEVES In (MIDY) 24 HOUM IDs N ' lams dimui with out Inconvtnitnt. Hold alt Hrmritli. . J. M a i t I ii- Tiilxa ennnv. uhllo nepllhllcanS I'awnee county are helinr stirred p to briiiK out u Kood stronn man to run with the candidate from Tul cniiitv. there beln two distric' JinlK'S to elect from this district an, li ImIiik rcKardcl as a pol.tual necessity that one. be .selected from taih county. For superior ludKe on the llepiih lican ticket M- C. Spradlinn Is the only name thus far suiwsted anl M '. llowser, of Broken Arrow is bernn urtfed to make tho race for county JudKO aKalnst Williams, who Is also from Broken Arrow. With the ac llvltv heim manifested by Hepubll- cuns over the selection of a full ju diciary ticket, with the Intention or makinK u vigorous canvass for their election, tho DemocratH are pninB to be confronted for the first time In the history of tlie county with the :. " ..... t.i.,- fura-ft rl their necesHuv ui i-iii.t'.p. -..-,.r,.,.ui nn.i nest men. ns the nomi nation will not lie equivalent to an election under present indications. COAL PRODUCTION MUST BE LARGELY INCREASED f I ? MMMnMUMUnttn; Lulits 11,000 E.wvrdl I nositiralv ffinr ni my grnin Mirrn&nral "Uonthlv "MonlliW (tom. pound. Safely relievo toms c( th )oBi;Bt monk obKtUittle. mbnonnal rkss. in n tn djy. -No .harm, pain or inti-rferenco wiik wor. .Mall l.S0. loubl iilrenrtk I'J.uu. Qiit-stlon Is One Poniandinu Sorlous t'onsldcratlim of All SoutU wcMcrn CiinsuiiMTs. ADA. Okla.. May 23. The coal sltuntlon in tho southwest is one de manding the serious consideration of every consumer, sayii 11. N. Taylor, district dlHtrlbutor for Iowa, Mis Kansas, Arkansas, Oklahoma and Texas. "It Is polne to be highly ItnportnnJ that the production In this rone he Increased at least three million tons." says Mr. Taylor. "If we are iroinp to take care of the tonnace ie milred this year to help win the wr. It is entirely possible to do this if m erypne. will do his part, b"th miner. operator1 and railroad manager Kvery possible effort should be made to Increase production by eliminating unnecessary labor disputes, hy work ing tho full eipht hours required un der the contract, by better support froni tho railroad companies in the way of car supply, and by a patriotic determination upon tho part of evreyone connected with the coal business to do everything within his power to bring about tilts end." Administration Itullnirs Arc Fnr Krjiclilntf and Island PiwwaaloiiH rind They Mutt Olx-y, ir- f-t fl : ...,r,n atn initinn Bureau, AtJk I HiK ltuir. WASIIixhton, May ir Kor fallure to observe Knlted States food sdmlnlstiatlon retrulntloiis. a number of licenses have been pen alised during Dm. past two weeks. Anions these nr.. the following: lie. ill Mnitbor nnd John Wne pert of Pad ii, ha. Kv retail (rrocers. were required to close Ihelr stores for two weeks fr violating the ''flf-tv-flftv" I'pRiilaiions nnd display signs calling attention to the pen alty S. Fried lander. Tyl.r. Texas, had Ills license revoked for the duration of the Wllr. W.H fr),tui uinv f falling to nnln.,, rar of corn meal I and allowing it t spoil. In addition he was re,uired to make n contriliu- j Hon of $:,00 to the lied Cross , Nels Hen, It, proprietor of the Home rtakerv, Laramie, Wvo , II cense revoked for thirty dnvs for baking bread abo;,. the required ! weight, and using no substitutes In! cukes and piiN'ries ,V)ld Th. Mu, , Su-ar. S. A. Vndcrwooil. n retail grocer i of Albemarle, c . ),d bis supplies cut off for xlv months, ending No-I vember 15. 1 ;i 1 S. Me was found ' guilty of selling 7 noil pounds of; sugar In less than three months and' In selling- excessUe amounts to in-j dividual customers. I T. F. Chirk, a retail grocer of: Oakboro, North Ciirolina. had his' supplies rut off for six months fori violating sugar rules and operating; I Illegally In collusion with S. A. I'n- j derwoo,! (1f Albemarle, N c. J. V. HendrlrkH and Morris Xr I Co.. both of l'ickens. s ('.. have : been ord. red to suspend business 1 for one wo.'k, beginning Riay JO. for unjustifiable rejection of two ship ments of potatoes consigned to them They were ordered to pay the shlji per of these potatoes the full value! thereof and to handle the goods j II. A. White rnmpsny, ..Cincinnati. ' Ohio, lost Its license for ten days, beginning May 10 for selling sugar; In 100 pound lots in violation of the food administration rules. i Q il The tTn r"1"1 Will mm 1 Pvl Pleasure of Your cation Trip he doubled if you the riirht kind of IAKXjACjK. We are offering very low Trunks, Bags and Cases this week, and make your selection early. prices Come on in OKLAHOMA CITY, May 25. A convention of farmers of Oklahoma county held a few days ago protested against takintr their sons to tho army and sending thorn the pool hall loaf ers to do farm work. They want the riff-raff the council of defense pro posed to draft for farm work sent to tho army and have their boys left on Booklet Frao. Writ. . u,dar. Or. T. A I rarm' U WaS SliKI lnat !lls SontfUiijttttBjiAiindy Co, 140 Main Btraet, lfir;,'lv u,e sentiment or rarnn!ls all Kiiiaai Oity. Mo. over the state. If you travel with Hartmann Wardrobe Trunks you have the satisfaction of know ing that your clothes are in condition to be worn the moment you unpack them, be cause Hartmann Wardrobe Trunks carry your clothes "without a wrinkle." The inside of the top is padded. When the trunk is closed the cushion presses down on the clothes without wrinkling the garments and holds them immovable, 'at the same time prevents the hangers from breaking, and it is known as the Host Built Wardrobe Trunk in the country. The only legitimate Hartmann agency in Tulsa. Don't be misled. Priced $27.50 to $200 Suit Cases Hand Bags In Ladies' and Gents' Sizes At Special Reduced Prices Other Makes of Wardrobe Trunks at 25 to 35 per cent off I It fvto:i 11 We make Trunks to order and make a specialty of repair work. Your Name and Initials Free in Gold on Trunk, Bags, etc. This Insures the Highest Grade Luggage at the Lowest Price. Special Prices on AUTOMOBILE TRUNKS ARMY LOCKERS ARMY KITS and equipment for the soldier The Elephant Trunk 105 South Main Street Next to Vandevers Factory.'' - , Phone 3883 Iei" Eveiy Com With Blue-jay Users Now Has a Two-Day Limit r7TM""i . mm ii MM Coma In thm Dmym mf Lifmt m Wrong Ways Which Million Hav Now AbudoDMl THIS ll why people kept corns In the old day a, and why nearly every body had them. Moat felks aonkad and pared tbaircorna uauallr imce week. Tbay never tried to end thein Mauf people Uien bad comi halt aldaaUieywer. To protect th corn to atop the pn tley (.tmplr ud corn pad. Thtiafoet wre always Vept unmntitly. And ? tlecornttayd oo. Thn Romeone found thnt eortatn acid cftn loonennd up. corn. A flood of corn eort liquid and () plaatara cint ot wuh that diacovary. Arid hundreds yet re tr. tin. They wem both harsh and nntertiln. And were rarely confined to the com. THt weie apread on the hewltby aklu aa well, and that often let! to aoreneaa. People trie ane, than aoother, hnt au were alia. So they finally became dlaoonr tged. Tben tbey weut backtoperlbit aud to pads. In thoee dayn ooa or more corna dlorned farly every (cot, A cwn acie bhtrrted nearly every occaaloa. Nearly every pretty foot had a ped on it. And panne w tommon as the bsth. That is trwa of ttdTTIooa atUl. But other iiliona never euHVir coma, aiwl navr wiiU tfow let u tell, yo wiiy. Blue-jay Stop Pain Inalantly End Conn Completely Tht Modern, Scientific Method Lart Piuaua 25c at Dnutirt. ShmII Pa. kaco Dlcontinad The Right Way Which Half the World Now Uses AKAMOUS chem ist, after years of atodying corns, evolved the Blue -jay method. Haver C&V Black, welt known maker of stirsical dreatnf. niaaa and market Blue-jay. Now anyone can stop a corn ache in a Jiffy, and end the corn completely in two days. The method la aclen lific. It It gentle and yet certain. It centers Itself on the corn. Apply the Blue-ly and forget the corn. Iave it on two riaytt. Then remove rt and t ha earn will disappear. Nine earns In ten will do that. One cor a. In ten needs another application. Illoe )ay has ended In this gentle way, aome eighty million coma. It is now remov ing tens of thouaands daily. Perhape half Ua corna wrikh-Uevelup pre now being ended tn thta way. Million a of peorJe utter a of blae-)ay keep entirely free from com a. Ask the folks a boat you. Yoa vHll be emasnd to know how few people nowadays suffer corns. Try EUue-tay en onecorn tonight. Note the vaata. What It doe to that corn it will do to all coma, bvery new corn after that wilJ bav two-day limit. BAUER & BLACK, Chicago, Toronto, New York Maker of Surgical Dreuing: ttc. " I 1 'till nW--" lii y -r "Jrr"'CTar-' Vlolntrd "1-lftT-firtj" Knlo. J. r. Ijtnrp, r btikfr nt Tamp ChiiJ Ohio, hatl his llcpnsB rp vokprl for thrps rtnn for violating" thp Klfty-fifly" rnlo. The llrpriKP .of thp Atlantic Klpva tor ronipany at GnniPnii, N. IV. was rpvnkpr! fnr onn month bPRlnnlnK Mav 1R. This plpvntnr wnH foun'i (rulltv nf pxppbhIvp snips of flour and nn palps nf RuhstitutPn. Thp mnrarnnl niiinufaPtnrpr's II rpns of Iuicl nalwimn of Npwurk, N. J., tian hpi-n rpvokpr) for thp rl'i ratlon of thp war for violation of thp food nflmlnfHtratinn hiIp limltlnK macaroni manufacturprs to 70 t'Pf cent of thp amount of flour nsprl in the corresponding montlis of 1917, anrlfW f.ilsifylne his Invoices VrMatlon ly wholpsalp and retail K-rocprn of Torto Rico of thp food administration rules and resrnlatlons afflicted the following concprns: Pfirlo Hlcans In Trouble. M. A. f'antalln A Co., rPtallprs. overcharge on flour. Will donate balance of stock to thp local Hoys' TipfuRp. and agree not to spII flour until after August 1. Hnuupro & Co., profiteering and nnlistlflable re-sales of crackers. Will donate HO to the Y. M. C. A., ISO to Knlghta of Columbus. $50 to Hoys Refuge and $50 to Leper col ony. SucPsorPs do Tloses A Co.. exces sive profits on flour; donated $250 to the Red Cross. Pucesorcs De Sobrlne ft Co. profit eering on crackers, will donntp $25 to the Municipal hospital of V'ega- Ipirla & Co.. excessive profits on r..Wr Will donate $.'50 to "e Red Cross. " FortP7ji Ifermanos A Co., profit eering on crackers and unjustifiable re-sMes within thp tradP: donate $300 tn tho Municipal hospital of VecabaJ.i. Viimet ft Co., of Ag'iidella, profit eering in flour; donate $75 to the Red Cross. camp futWTbserves memorial day thursday ASSOCIATED AD MEN TO MEET IN FRISCO After Tlctttilar Convention n Two W"k-8 War Kmslilim Will He. Held. Drum Crnrw From Throe Cities Will Ik on Hniul With Musir; Old Soldiers' (iuesW. CAM P Fl'XHTON;. Kan.. Nfay 25.- Special invitations have been Issued t.j membprs of all the G. A. R. posts in Kansas and surrounding statps for the great memorial day celebration to be held here next Thursday. May 80. The veteran survivors of the boys In blue will be the guesls of honor on that day of their succes sor, the boys,, in kii.iki i rip pro. gram being prepared Indicates thflt the celebration Is tn bo tho pre-itest and most impressive ever held In Camp Knnslon. Thp arrangpnipnls are under the auspices of thp 1. M. C. A. with the nnprovsl of Major flenera! Leonard AVood, camp com mandant. The celebration will start at 7:30 o'clock In the morning when drum corps from Topeka, Kansas City and Wichita will regale the soldiers in camp with their variety of military music. An hour latpr the parade will form at tho hostess house. Major rieneral Wood, his staff, all the hands in camp massed into one, the A. H ;ind women's relief corps and a military escort for each, will Join In the marching. The parade will move to a point half a mile from the division'' headquarters, where the main program of the morning will bp rpndprpd. Major General Wood will make the principal speech ' and massed military nmslc by the united bands will have an Important portion of the program.- thousands or civilians friends and relatives of the soldiers are pxppctcd to swarm to the camp grounds on memorial day. 7 1- r-- ' ....--..- committee of tho Associated Adver tising clubs of the world. Goner, il session In the clvio auditorium, sub ject, "Hualness Hack of the Trench es." Address by Karl I). Rabst, pres ident American Sugar .Refining com pany, subject, "The 1'a.rt Sugar ha Taken In the War." Address by ('buries M. Schwab, president Heth leheni Rteel company, and president 1". S. Emergency Fleet corporation, P. S. shipping board. Address by RAN- FRANCIHCi i. May 25 -His- milium A. lie weese, advertising; toric in its significance and ni- muiiaKer ineonrraaea w nest com- rncrable In Its oratory will be the Pny, Niagara falls, N. Y. and uaR- Volce of Victory'' session of the j land, t nl., subject, "Changes In the convention of the Associated Adver- r.uying Habits o" the Consumer Due t:sing clubs July 7 to li in this 'to the War." Address by Herbort city. This patriotic (leinotintnition, .s. Houston, former president of the set for the nifht of Monduy, .Inly . Associated Advertising clubs of the will biivo a central uroup of high world, member executive committee representatives of ltritaln and Cana- of the League to Knforce Peace, ub- la. France, Helghim, I tiv'v. China Ject, "Kconomio measure to Prevent nml Japan. It In hoped F.nrI Read- Future Wars." Address by Other Ing or Msjnr-Genenil Undoes will big buslnpss expeutlves. speak for France. Thursday. July 11. General sea- Secretary Franklin K. Ine, de- '" devoted to association matters partnie.it of the interior, will de- educational work, club extension, liver a war mcssago from official ' Lleetlon of office and ad Washlngton at the Inspirational ourni"e";ill,. .,, meeting Sunday, July 7. Charles M. Military Exposition. Schwab, Geritl Fort, George Creel, Immediately following the ad Carl Vrooman, assistant secretary of Journnient of the convention a wat Agriculture and other authorised, expusltion, tw continue for two high representatives from the trea- woeks, will be opened In the civic Bury, the fuel administration and center of San Francisco. This ex the fond administration will speak position will bo staged by the United on war and business topics. States committee on public lnforma- Immedlatelv following the con- tlon at an expense of ovex 150,000. ventlon a $.'.0,000 war exposition will It will bo opened hy a monster tnlll- open with a pageant, under the aus- tary and naval parade, participated nlces of tho Associated Advertising pin by several thousand men from clubs to run for two weeks under all branches of the service. This tho direction of the I'niied Hlat J exposition will comprise; pemon commlltei! oji public Information. HiBtrutlons of activities of all depart will include contingents from the I ments of the army and navy; trench military forces.nf the Allied nations fighting, trenches on extended scale NEWS ABOUT OUR MEXICAN NEIGHBORS Breezy Flu noli Of Information From Several Thriving State and thu Provinces. Upward of five hundred carloads of fresh tomatoes have been ship ped from the west coast of Mexico to the United Slates during the sea son which Is Just closing. Most of them have been marketed In Ios Angeles, Such shipments are Justly regarded as an Index of the Ui blllty of 'the conditions that obtain In that section, which Includes the states of Slnaloa and Sonora. Can teloupea and other products are pro duced In that section as well as tomatoes, attaining maturity In March and April, and sometimes earlier. j Marriage Licenses j The following marriage licenses Were issued yesterday: Matthew I'.eard. 31. and Miss llat tle Turner. 24. both of Tulsa. T. II. Wright. 21. West Tulsa, and Miss Alice lUpla, 21, Houston, Tex.J,Siduijr, uba-iruwu iiUouaJ v.i i'iUii. n,i exhibits l,v those nations. Hnrni 5.000 to 10.000 soldiers and sailors of the 1'nlted States will tkc part In demonstrations of trench warfare, ll.liild fire attack, tank operations, air battles and camp activities, Four teen hundred war trophies raptured from the Germans will be displayed and one will be a review of Hie sur vivors of the faniouB l'rlcess pat regiment. It will be-both an advertising war convention and a government war advertisement, and the Associated chilis have made provision fnr a gathering thoroughly representative of all parls of the nation. The Program. July 7 to II. 1 I Sunday. July 7. 3.00 p. m. In spirational meeting M the great civic auditorium. Addresses of welcome bv Gov. William !.' Stephens of California. Mayor James ItolpU, Jr., nf San Francisco. Address by Hon. Franklin Lane, secretary of Interior. Monday July . General session in civic auditorium. Convention opened with annual address. Wil liam C. Ii'Arcy. president. Assoel I Advertising clubs of the world. Km ire meeting In charge of division of advertising of tho United States committee on public Information, program arranged by William H. Johns, chairman of the division of advertising, and (Jeorge Creel, chair man of the UriltedStates committee on public Information, who will make an address. 1 lepartnient ses sion and conferences in the civic au ditorium. Great patriotic meeting In the civic auditorium, wiielect, "The VfMce of Victory." Addresses by of ficial representatives from England. Canada, France. ltelglum, Italy. China and Japan. Tuesday. July 9. General session In the civic, auditorium, subject. "War Fundamentals Funds, Fuel and Food." Interpretative niessaifo from the United Stales treasury de partment. United StateH fuel admin istration and United states food ad adminlsfration. I )e,u rtment session and conferences ju the civic audi torium. Complimentary dinner ten dered by 'he Kin Francisco Adver tising club to advertising club presi dents'" Bit ti n fx as the nominating boa rd. Wednesday, July 10. General ses sion in the civic auditorium, sub ject. "Sawng tjie Nation and Holi ness." Address by Gerrlt l-'ort. of the United States railway administra tion. Address by Carl Vroommi. assistant secretary. U. S. department of agriculture. ArtdrcM by Merle built by Lieutenant flhaw of the Ca dian expeditionary force, just re turned from Prance. Sham battle spertaclos: Kxhlblt of capttirad German trophies. Including 1,440 exhibits, 4,000 war posters, a Ger man, submarine and alx airplanes. Review of the survivor of the fa mous Princess Pat regiment of Canada. Concerts of massed hands by Lieut. John Philip Sousa, U. S. navy. Demonstration of rehabilita tion of wounded eoldlors through vocational training to restore them as wage-earners. In snort, every phase of war ac tivity will be demonstrated by the employment of every type of war machine and equipment from trench mortars to airplanes. The congress of the state of Mexico has adopted a law declar ing the public use all lands whose owners do not cultivate them. The local authorities of each municipali ty are given power to., allot such lands to those desirous of titlllrdng them for crop production, with due regard to the preservation of the trees thereon. No person Is to be granted more than seventy-five acres for this personal use. The title of the owner Is not affected and the cultivator must not be molested. General Agustln Gallndo, com-1 mandlng the forces operating In tho petroleum region about Tamplro, re ports that ho has matters well In j hand and that only fugitive raids I are made by the followers of Talaex. i Ail the Important centers are held 1 by the government forces and nor-! ma! conditions prevail. The oco-1 noinlc situation Is good, ss there Is : abundance of work for all who do-J sire It and In this respect the petro- , leum regions Is more favorably nit - uateil than any other portions of the republic. owing to the large Increase In thp population of Mexico City since the revolution it has been found neces sary to add to the marketing facili ties and It Is proposed to construct ; ten more buildings for this purpose. POTTIIAT.'May zS.-rFlre destroy-; Upward of a million dollars will be ed John Coat's barn Tuesday, to-1 expended In this direction. It Is ex gPther with a lot of feed and three ' pe.-t-d that these new markets will valuablP horses. Loss, $2,000. Chll jto a largo extent solve the prnli. dren and matches. Mem of "the ten thousand traveling peddlers of fruit, etc., who Dow throng many of the principal street. The national health board under the direction of Dr. J'. M. Kodrlguea, i contemplating steps to check the flood of Chinese Immigration that la coming into the republic. Irge numbers have recently gathered at tho Guatemala border with the de sire tn cross Into Mexico, but It has been found that many are afflicted with contagious disease and for thla reason It Is believed that restrictive measures should be enacted. Sonor Gulllermo Beguln has been appointed consul for Mexico at Ban Antonio. Texas, which city baa a larger proportion of hla fallnw-eoun. trymen resident therein than ' any other In the United States. ( has been instructed to leave nothing un done to advanoe international oom mere and amity between tho two oountrlea. Mr. Beguln ha filled lm. pnrtant consular, poata In various other portions of tho Uoijed States' with uniform auocesa. The chamber of commerce of Leon, atate of Guanajuato, ha la auod notice that the potato crop that will no harvested In that locality dip-in the months of May and June will approximate 13,300,000 pound. or some 1,(00 tons. . Under th present government tho old prison of Belen, In Mexico City, was aome time ago transferred into a public -bathing place, and record a show that, during single month over sixteen, thousand person took, ad van tags of th facilities (has presented. . . . - Are You Going To Build? If you intend to buildyou should not delay, but should build and build now, while you can secure the labor and materials. Building materials will not be any cheaper for years to come, neither will labor, the demand of; which will be far greater later. Right now is the time to build that new home and delay will cost you more money, so you had bet ter call in and let us talk over the lumber question with you before you are paying twice the price that a home will cost you today. - ' T Minnetonka Lumber Co. OTIS L. SNOW, Mgr. 51 7 E. Second St. Phone 203-6027 3" GROVE'S BABY BOWEL MEDICINE This valuable and harmless Buby Medicine is compowd of the Mowing: BISMUTH, LIME, PEPSIN AND CATECHU WITH PURE SIMPLE SYRUP Bismuth is healing to the mucous membrane of the stomach: tho lime neutralizes the acid where there is a sour stomach- the Pepsin digests any indigestible food that may 1 in the stomach, and the Catechu acta as a mild astringent to control the towels where there is a disposition to Dysentery. Diiirrhoja, Flux or Sick Stomach. GROVE'S BABY BOWEL MEDICINE is not a putent medicine. We give the ingredients and tell the effect of each ingredient so that you can judge for yourself. SPECIAL NOTICE. This preparation h9 Dot contain Morphine or Opium in any form and we don't advocate the giving of Opiates unless it is absolutely necessary. AIDS DIGESTION Por Dyspeptics who are Troubled with Sour Stomach RELIEVES SOUR STOMACH It Relieves Stomach and Bowel Trouble and is Just as Good for Adults as for Children We have numerous letters on file from parties claiming that thiB preparation relieved their babies of Chronic Dysentery, where everything else had fuiled utid where they had been troubled in this way for several years. Children like to take it For sale by all Dealers in Drugs. Made and recommended to the public by PARIS . MEDICINE .CO.. Manufacturers of LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE and GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC.St, Louia, Mo. '