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1ULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1910.
.'4 RIGHT NOW IS THE TIME FOR CAUTIONS jVfurf Summer rrlr W Should l4ty Our I'lnun In Irrrnl T)holil UK Ihwlth board stronger Inira'tor Aro Milking Keculnr Tur ii Sop That I'utillr Ih l.llunliil Dr. 1K. A. It. I.KW IS. 1'rnvlsion an iiKnlr lij in- rorrnl rf :.llur for m ror.-.ili'r.ilili' I lie-fine in thr riM'"'iiK fnn-a if iha ia' hralth df pi r I tn f n t . hh well us fnr ltl OXHMIMWI of pillll.i- hml h nrk In other l ir erii-iin rrop.u'H- lli.ris NIC llt'lNR mailt- vi lh.it w.rhin a hori Itmr i k l:i Hutu mil h.ir (.nf of Ihr iTici! thoroiii'h .i tut f for - t.vr Mfiii'llla of f ' i ( 1 1 rli'.i; mi, I (C'n- r:.il o.uillary iii'i !.imi of .nu r'lu'r. H iinml lo tt'int'iiilM-j-ril inn: thf p..st j.ui--'- f u I WmU of M lrtli h-Mlili tli'ioir: iiK-ni iii tlii' ' lltlnf of iIImmmiv 1. Iif OOIIIM' of f.i Rri'u'iM" hi'l.t.ftl lu tll( iltilr to pM'rnt iIihp."' (h.in to I ,:ht li iifirr I- is umlnr Wiv, yi-t Iiim-.iiim. surh W"rk I l.irklMK ill llli' Lx .'t.i ilhtr rlr-ni-nl il iil'i-M toi ii. i jtlli.ot ttir ;i i ; i'ti : ion of rhf imhli. llhM'olon Ji 'olll llMIOII ; ,i-'iii "f t in i. :l i,. in u ; : h ii- jmi n.rnt i "lit In II i It1 .1 p ti.ixfum; i ot Hi" ' 1 'i' in- n 1" 1 11 m 1 :4 1- r.i' 'H. ilrim I'l.iri'., hiihim.I'. hmi'.H. r'l'HiifiK liii.r.fi.. ilrjio". noil nilirr p It OH whl-fO ihr ri'Illl.j. 1 nf l.toi.nrsi X".i.i U.iW .t illrn I liif lli-'o p iiiiori Till- IH-.lllh Of I 111- l""i. I i-iiMI- p.aini't 11 rr ir'.ini.ly 1 n vr' ij; 1 1' 1 , luii maf'h the -i ami nitirp l'it tio'tant pfirtmn rf tho work of thr jiraHh tUiri'lor Is ilonr qtntr Iti'lr pi nili'tilly of t o:npi.iin:n Tin y iiMi.un londliionn on their own ;r ffttltit mill If ttioy r. .nurti 114 In h.irrn Iha tirallli of 1 h 11 1 1 ! tnKc prompt mtion lo ara th.it ihry are Ifmnhed. Tins rmttimjitl ttiNprrlliin a!wi hiu 11 (IrtorrioK tnfl'i'nro upon rn-h pprnnnn hh miKht tuirlf1. - -ht knolrclRi thai n 11 miirrtnr In ImhU tfl any itiinuio to rntor Inn nro or reHt.iurnnt trnilM In inltirp th proprietor o kcrp n up to ihg liind.ircl. ITrmutlnnK AKnlnt I i lutl. An the utirururr ilr.iwn nrar hnth communltlm In InillvoluiiH xhoulil ymy hoeil lo tin jirrx otiiinn of ly J'hold. I'Vir Ihero ih Nrarrr!y a rtm mjo whirh Ih to no icrt-Ht hu extrnt n'.noltitrly irnPnt.i hit ;ih t-phoii1 Vjtcr-lnHt ion fiK.iinnt U'phoiit Kill trntnenilnuHly rodiico Ihr rhanorn of any ImUll'iual taking MiIm alwavii jwriouH nri( oftrn fatal ilisi'aMo. In addition to VKri'ination. pro'iintioini ffhntjld in taken lo npo that rondil turns whirh will raimn lyphoid are eliminated. Thin applies eierla)ly to WHler aupplloii Typhoid Infer 1 1 ri may t conveyed in other wax, but hh a mutter of fact n vory lame proportion of nil lyphoid raj"- Hre due tn In f re linn conye)Pil through Noma eltien, like Ioh AnKele and Niy York, ure ahlo tn iliaw their water Hiipplins from Hotirrr In far away mountain which Hre compar atively pure. Mod ' nmtniinltiea, however, are not Mtualrd no thai this in poNsililo. They nitmt draw f their aupply from ilreama finning inroiiRn more or lens thickly Hitllefl territory. Fueh n aotirca Ih of conrae liahle to eontMinlnatlon. l.'ortunately areat prnareHH haa heen made In recent year In hn development of chemical prnneaana whnrcby It la poHnthl to deatroy the greater pro portion of tha tllaenae-hearinir Rrrm, in water 1111.I make It Mifc to drink. Moat towna and cities In Oklahoma rp oitilpped with a more or lens ef. ficient pl.int fur mich a piirpnae n veHllRatlon hy the atate hoard of hU-atli hart ihnwii, however, that In H'l'iie cuhch mi' h plantH are not ade quate, In nthera they are not kept up 'tn tha aland ird It m Itnport.int that puhlic opinion Mhoiild he arnnaed on 1 hi Htilijecl. To e(tilp anil ni.ilnlnln Mich plantH In a matter of mini 1 1 rx p'nne - it Ih h trrnieiidoiiH factor In the health of Iho rominiiiiity. CATARRHAL DEAFNESS MAY BE OVERCOME If too kio Catarrhal Ilufm or h and aar aotiMi r ar jrrvwiof hara af hiwr rr nr)t and in 1 nnnrt f Pirailnt (dnabi ltrTrUil, nd add t l nlirt M bat aaler and lltll crn MMl mntr. Taka 1 laUiPoanil fair a d. I'fei will fln bring anlrk rtt frnm a divirMaina haad rioiaM lrrM rina- t'lll vbnuld ornin. brnwhinif Wmi Mlf 4 tha ainu Meft dmpfinf 'into lb tma4 Tt tn uy lo prrparA imu lltlla and ii plHMnt to tah. Anrnn a ho ht (kiarHial IkiImi nr amd aoiMa aoui4 ai laaa praaarlpuaa a mai. CORNS PEEL OFF PAINLESSLY There's Only One Crnuine Corn-Pcelor That's "(,ots-lt" There'H only one li.ippv way lo e: rid of any forn or r.ilhiH, and 'hats the palnlin pel-off way.' (;fla-It" la the only corn remedy In ar "droa ef 'Oata It'n.n l d no mad V . ... .... ..iui iiim ncc n 'iii. "'11 -- feettvely. thoroiiKhly tt'hv rt down 'he floor, lie yourself up Into a. " knot, and have 10 fool with "piick-j Jfy" nlajitera. urcany olntmenla that Jllh "ff. atlcky tape, and diKgtnn a'l.'vea, and oiavr.i. when you can tiel r.f ....... .-.II.im In nm 'ernplHH piece, uijieefiillv and Hiire-"v- nh roaalr Hinuiie uiv "Ota-1 ' It taken ; cr 3 nroomU to ap-; "ii!U.U". you uc '-' or 3 drop. ""I that's all 'li'i- It ' 't'irs tha -fri ii'i p iirt . ... 11 1 .1 n. "Ira. n that ynu on work and pmy "hniit rnrtl torture lli Hura to "T. . " never falia. ' "fJata-H" the iruarart'ced. merer. ''k enrn-remnver the only aura, riuia but a tr:f!e at any dnn MTd by E Lwrom: Co.. Aviator's Family Waits Air Trip Mrw. Harry llAwkrr anil Maby Hawker, hitTWled "J their limur, Mirlillon, l.liKlaod. Mrs lliirrv Hawker, wife of th KnKlmh aviator. dm-Mi I h'rnt to he fearful i f hrr huMand a t-hanrea for hiiccphh In hti attempt to he the first man to pilot an airplane acrofa the Atlantic mriin At Ici-it ln iholo dophn't tihow it Mawker ih now in Newfoundland whIHhr for Lnomlile weathrr. M:a wife and tin ir little d.iutihtrr ure .it the ll.iwkrr home in .Surhlton. I.MK'aii'l. CHICAGO KEPT QUIET BY RAIN )ND POLICE Snrp of rnwla MaiVi ami ltrnln tlonar, (luthnnka Are Kcjit Wrll '' I ndi-r t iintnd. flllCAiid May I. Aaron" of ar. rests were loaile In the Ma day drmnnmritlinn.', of radicals In t'hlca jro today. An all day rain, and pn Ilea artivliv had the effect of ipifnch. inn any revolutionary flrpa that may have hern alruRRllna; for expression The day's developnipnla were as fol lows: Mounted policemen rharKed and dispersed a crowd of-aoclalia'a who attempted to march to a hall. They weia allowed to hold k nieeilnd Two pollrrmrn were attacked by memhers of a crowd outside a hall where radicals wrre holdinu a meet lite and a near-riot resulted. HKteen men and one woman were arrested Ited flans appeared on two elevat ed railway Ktattnns, on flagalaffs in 'wo purk. and on a tri hnlcal rol. pe hiiild.iiH Tin) were removed. Handbills pi in" d In red Ink and hearing among other Itu-ct iptinnn the words, Walk loday. IpII-iw workris, under IhP red flag of 1 r oliitlon." Hpprliieil In Miiall numlx rH in aev rial i-ections (if ttic 4-lly I'hlllp .1 Harry. 1 hli f (if the local bureau of Invrstigalton of the ilr parlmcnl of Jiulicr, tpcelved a letter signed "I'OiiiinllleP of thp holnhevlkl parl," Ihrrfltptilng. "you will gi t the sahie as I he Huksimo c.ir '' Mr Harry didn't takn it seriously. Officials of the newly formed labor parly culled a meeting and lsurd 11 statement that an altenip! lo dis credit, labor and radicalism had been made, and the recently discovered pl jt In kill government officials and prominent ritlaens by bombs Kent through tha mail was "a plsn by hirelings of Wall street." Johu ITIr.palrli k. president of lh Chicago Federation of Labor. de clared his nrganliatlnn h4d not re ceived one report of a onion man fallings to go In work Why It's a Mistake to Delay Your purchase of a NEW EDISON Most everything you buy wears out eventu ally. An automobile, for example or a suit of clothe. So the longer you delay its pur chase the longer youll have it to enjoy. Not so with a New Edison. It will outlive, you anyway. Every month you delay is just one more month gone from your life another month in which you might have had your life enriched by music but didn't Under our new plan by which payment can be made so much a month there's no reason why you shouldn't be enjoying your New Edison right now. The New Edison cost $3,000,000 to perfect It is the only instrument which successfully meets the test of direct comparison with the living artist's voice or instrument It will bring into your home the world's best music, 6ung cr played by the world's great artists. Call tomorrow for a demonstration. " Send It out cu the house" will be your" verdict No noodles to chanpo plays all disc records. Instruments ranpe in price from $41 to a If you can't call, write. PI lonoarai Hoi 8 Wet Fifth 7 . IC.BSV! CWMM STttlS Phone 595 Late season styles for young fellows- NOT in a score of seasons has there been so many and auch decided style changes in younp: men's clothes as this season. Uncle Sam removed the war restrictions and Stratford style shops at once developed smarter, newer models than ever before. They're here for you now ; some of them just arrived this morning. AXTAIST Seam uodcls, double-breasted models with and without waist seam; slash, crescent or patch pockets; wide peak lapels, fitted waist, full chest; deep vent; quarter lined, some with fancy silk; almost endless variety of fine fabrics and rich new spring shades. See them today at $40, $45, $50, up to $65 New curl brim straws WE predict that men Vv-yi "take to" these new curl brim Yacht straws at first sight. -Thcy have, the graceful lines and easy fit of an old soft hat. Here in the new rough braids of many kinds. That is but one of the new ideas here now in the 1919 straws and panamas. Many others as new and smart. Come today if you can. See the windows anyway, so you'll know what is new and correct. Prices are Straws, $4 up Panamas, $5 up Knox Fine Straws Drothers CUpp Fine Oxford. I HI 2-2 1-1 SOUTH MAIN. jiiiiiii Diiniananaa T -"MingnilHIIMBH 7 T ""v I laaauiiiiiiiiiBiiaia . I x I i VAN UYCKI g wfeefe cigar,, h m ua m r;- ' . VK POUR SELECT SIZES A 1JW& f fi lit U I ' al AV ( JH ow.J-k..iuN. We surest Stupor i for 15c obkhiul ffVf tT 'hi ' ft-L R I 5r7rV - XrW T'lzJr "- , , 1-11,0 ; "'ife-Qf- n I I V ... A- A inimi la pt y c -tTa.V'JTV aV "( a Ru..ll Bianrh Talu Otla. i - T .' II i Wl 1 s '-ill. i ?3 I 6 Ml I .13 EE S B i 1 1 JJM 1 i El 3 .- 1 'SS I I BlMlll S "E m PURITAN OIL COOK STOVES "VOU can ahvayi leave tha Puritan while 'the pot U boiling'--the flame stays where you set the indicator on the burnerlow,, medium or high. And at full beat the indi cator's automatic wick stop prevents smoking." frtm fwiun sJvrrtuir Th l)iliiuMrMty, 1919. Steady coolinf neat not a iwaltarlof Art, tot you Mt Out utcnail la a cleaa hot flaroa that comet up ihroufh tha grata LLa u. Kaapa tha kitcktn clean and cooL BraM buroari Uat (or yaan. Reeraibl Glaas Oil Reacnroir A rlain, quitk way to bandla tha ideal cookinf futl Vcroacna oil Puritan Hmtt are told by rebabla daalan avwywitara. Look for tha Trianfla Uada mark. Sac four dteltr of writ for mm Puritan bnailelNo, 24, THF. CXRVtLAWn MCTAL mODUCTS CO, nieniAaM ciiiint.ti ttKAt wrm- tht Maaala Ptftmiiwm Caawaa to f A dlmirtkutm ml Ikmm mrmmmttB 4 gmmr r( mut Hmrmi ar (am ml .imp. a. taM lmli tala, Mimnnii AhJc 'ur Stlghbor About Shannon', We have just closed the largest month in the history of our ever growing business 'THERE'S A REASON" Ask Your Neighbor We Rot real joy out of trying to treat you bo well that you always want to rome back and pond your nriffhbor, whether lo buy or just visit. Exchange New for Old. Your Credit Is 0. K. SHAtrae Furniture W ttii: in k k i. ii sxoni; 11 AND 15 WEST SECOND V.KA rtAMiCS rn.i.i.r.MiB r: i.i iti'iuitArojis Us WirM 'Wairafe Fm touuM fa: Oklahoma Hospital lintii C"tnl" ol III. rtfIfool vullilmf rlir(ii fir a pora Inif. Mrnl.ra ri1 wiaipl'ta inlri unil.r fie lof fit rh.-iar, aiparltnr "II ar ai'ml". pr rr.it R Cllnfin. rriaV Mm hot r.i.fir, a. a. aop.Mnt uin Tr I.ril Ath.noa. aidant PhfiHian VI nth am) Jarttxn atrtMa. Pinna 0M 99sn. We Have Moved r wiih lo annonnca Ih rrmnal nf our Hair Oooda Mw'ii and Ura'ily Tarlor lo cm r nrw Inraicn. Roonia I0S oli lurirl Bllr,.pvrr Ran bi rx aim. New York Hair Shop la Viorll want all (or mult