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TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1920.
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ROOSEVELT SAYS
REPORTS UNTRUE
The Assistant Navy Chid'
Says Brooklyn Talk Is
Misquote!.
WILSON NOT OPPOSED
Says Ho I)ll Not Dul.itc the
Piiwidcnt Mocked Plans;
Congrotw I Mlun'fd.
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CUMMINGS BACKS
UP PARTY RECORD
llillill until) Hanker Mllcil While
Hiihhlt lliiiilltu, I Hurled.
tiiiltAN'T, Okla . ii. 'i Th
' ir.ii nf ilnrdoii II. a'leluiw. Iliyjn
' ..IiH I.HIlklT. whn M.'M I'lHllinUt
I i I. .1 Hlil.ir(la Willie l.llll.ll lllllH
. k when hi Bun na c. Irmnlly
.1 Ii ii ri -I and I In- li .rav kiiiI'I.
in ) ih. riKhl ebb' iih Ii tii In n
i. nil. 111. accident hum. Mi'-. I whllti
I ii . ilxhn Mr kmi ciawilna; throiiajii a .
Mb" M lllll'AUi, S V. I .ill 1 TIlM
., ::xit ; ::: , Mnt
In hike rhnrir iif a lre mcr hmIII . Hoiii C. CiimmlhKa. chairman of
i.Mi,ihhhmiil tritlny hi Achllle II tha democratic national committee.
V. rX?nt ,"V,r'""1, '" 1 ' "''" i in Hn H.jdre tonight. II e.indcinnd
tlm i apuhllcnna fur dwlay in ratify-
Democratic Chainnan in
Buffalo Address Mak?.s
Defense.
of J. Ticml of Intrant mill leave no
Unuivn relative dept flu Mite.
SEEKS RUSSIAN TRADE
WAHHIMlT'lV r'.. I Am
anl Berratary llonwvni miinil
mulPiiirnl liidiiy luklnif i ' h "
miwrt of rrrmin r-itmrK i iniulo
htm vl'rilMy In " Ii m Mrf.ok
ln I In mM n llcnipl H4 bn
intidn U nmkr i M-niwIloii out cf Ih.'
nun nf ihr wont "uiiii.f puifil' In
cDiitii.iili.n wlih in mull' f h
iiny iirior in I'slirimry, 1!l? I If"
plnlnril thai wh.il In- ill'l my 1
ilial Ihi- navy ' .nintiiwirU
Holriy iii ihr nun!' Unit li " on
liinio foolln."
" dlil nol nHi'' ih"' "P;
HOfM'il by Ilin nimildiMit." unl.n.iril
Mr Itmimvall, "Whai I "
prfpi'tly trim- Thiil If ih'- offln-x,
nf Ihr niivy Mini Hi"' ""i'1 ' "il I
-on lit Imvi. lliiniKhi iinl of mf iay
uriil fortiittfii tho i'ii.nri. iff run.
uriwii mill our ri'lailmi" with other
niillotm, the navy wonhl h.ive bfirt
iiinlillliiid nnd hiin.li oiIm of i ii 1 . 1 In r
would tin vh heeii Hiint limn liofjre
wn ot Into tin- wur. It would lie
Wry nli'o, from tlif purely nilllliiry
point of view, lo ,,'P 'I"' "vlr
iliulilllifd mid hnnilrcd. nf mllllone
elPH and Intiiiliiillonnl loull ni lluve
nlwiki provi'iiti'd Ihln. 'I lie prt'el
doiii, I iindi'reliinil. did not point out
that In iiiohllltn lh nuvy lunK lio-fori-
u dfi'lunitlOii of wur. would,
iliillo imtuially, in. ,1'oiielileii.d it hoe
lllo art. . .
"It la prrfi'illy true Ihat llir on
1 took llm ilmu of iiutnor itln rr
t il 1 li lurii.' sn'll(lllllli'il for iUA.
etc., Iiefuro ronKroee hail lU'U.i i.v
appropriated. Ill" innney. Tim
money cnliif iiIoiiK lalfr. however,
nnd the lorhnlrnl llleallly of my
net reiuii'd to tie a mat,!).- of wrlnim
linporl. ' i
NEED AID Of ALL
TO REDUCE PRICE
' COXTIVI Kll KIIO it PAOB ONT
with hlin. tint th'' wora now .lone lij
ihreo men m.iy ho don . if p .vih.i',
by two and the liiifdi'.l of tr.itmpnr
talliin anil dln'rll'il'lnn In thuvhy
llgliti'lied.
"IlimliiPMi men i.nnit IiiiA i i the
operation of titer (ilahllnlii ii'iim
nnd neo that no imelen oiii,ihiyi In
relalui'd to nil I to Hie ro: of die
irlbiitliig wh'it .hn fmnn r naw pro
diii'iH), L'eU'en eniulojee irtimt bo re
leiu'cd from iioii-proiliicllvo work
that they may k Into pioiluiMlve
work nnd add to thu mm total that
may ho dlHli btited aiuniiK nil. I. i t im
hnvo nlx-ti'iilliH of our pcoplo In pro
diirtlou and four-tetitliH In illelrllui
tlon that them may ho Mx-teultui of
what a man pioiluuo each day for
each of hn, rather than have foiii
leulhii In production nnd tdx-trntlm In
iliatrlliutlou whloJl rIvkh tin only four
lenthe of what n man can prodiico
each day for riuii of iih.
The fanner luiku that Ihc l.ibnr
ern In tho mltiefi, (ho farlory anil the
iiiIIIh, who are iiIhu real iiroiliicerH
iilong with the farmerii, niako an ef
fort :oiiiiilrnblo lo hi to see that
thcrn a junt im Utile labor oxpoime
Mi ponilbln In eaeli article turned out
by their liundii, thereby lii'liilnij the
farmerii, who In turn will help the
laborer, (liven thlt mid tho uiaiiii
faelurerH, Jnliliera mill rel.illei'H
takliiK " rriiNoiiabln profit and rei -liKlil.IIlK
ihn hai'in Unit InlMl llltl
malely come froui proflieerlnit Upon
i he farmer, (he iticHtlpii of the IiIkIi
mar or living will hirj:i'y eole lineir
"On the other hand, if llm whole
.country, all lumlnomi ami all labor,
linen pot rocoRiiIxe t h Ih hh. a ciini
mini problem, n ml do Hioho IIiIiikm
which rIvo tho farmer a fair ooul
pen.iallon for bin offortH to do thono
thltiKn which miiko farmliiK renin -norallvo,
pleasant iiud aa iiltrurlln
an other lilies of endeavor, the con
dltlnn will not Improve, tip the
contrary mora nnd more will the
youmr men le.ivn the fnrnn. the
mora mid morn will the older men
hocnuin lUnoourafjcd nnd lea mid
lens will there bo of farm produce to
divide nuioiiK tho people for ihelr
Minlciianco mid hlfilinr .mil 'hlulier
will ko the price of that which M
produced."
RESULT OF TULSA
CAUCUSES IN DOUBT
CO XT! SI Kit FIIOM ful. ISI
fherokei', WaKoncr, Haskell and
Muakokco riumlli'K Mrlntonh mil
"liinulcee iiiuntli'.i lm o..i hreiv
heard fi om a ycl
II M()N CMtltll s
(.AIM li:i.ll KM vrv
By Airnnf iul I'ri-- w
r.Mli. iikla . I'.-i. .l.i I - i no
moil apparentl.v Imv i. i . ...tn- il
lonnty for commlii n ... . ,ir
face of nu'onipli t.' "i ! i
figure. i:oiceiH' w.m. i , ,
nt, lnt lillhl, hi - o i
IIMIUIV I.S ItTOIt
I.V IAIHAX t (II Vl
l)y Anonalnl Prrm .i.
Ol'TUHIi:. ( ik l.i . I I i.i
Imihry, .ainll.l.ii. ro. , i .1. . , .
Honal coninilli. "ii. i ,-i , i' .
has carried I.ir.i.i .
oirrw helming inai'T.i i , i.. , , ,
are claiminK S7 ( . . .1 ,
total of Qi. on the r. 1 ... tli.uf I
ami Incomplete f ik
tnir the iw trenty hihI dec I urn I
iat onlv In thl eouritry "have been
foiiml iiin willing 10 Miami TTI' the
vay of a ii.ll.mMil mlciitaled to
.Mnlone 'I t It--, in (mill I'l inilN Hut
lililii Nil ltiHiiir I 'nun Male
llrlHirttnenl, He Sajn.
KV ullK, IVI. ; A auntra
Hon ihat lha Ainerhan ( 'omtnercliil
luiwtclallnn lo promote tiada with
liumlA apply to the I'nlled Blatea
an pr time roirrl for a writ of mamla
mil compallliiK ihr ainte H. parimnil
lo permit mer'in flrma m trade
Willi ltiiala w..ii mn ilr bv liudly
l lel.i Alalon at an orximliuitlon
inm.tlm of the HHWAelallon hern 10-d.)
Aliiloiir. who hna acted an coiin-
ael for l,ndvlC . A. K. Murtarwi,
'aovle ambaa,idor lo the I nlt,
STAMM CONCERT TONIGHT
NoU'il (Iririinlil to IMuj at llm Nc
I'ltkl ClihMlaii (liurili.
A pjbh' nrRan reclliil will be
Kieu in th" I' lmt ( hrlfillaii churi'h
Nlnili, and llouhb r, at it o'. loek thin
everilnic hy Cruoat I'ranR HtHinin, .1
prooiliirni organlm from Ht. loiiln
.mnlili-.l hv MmiIi linn, paalor of
'he fhuri h. a baaa hallione alnger.
Mr MiMinm, who la 11 ilacr of
(treat arllntli' talent anil a eompoaei
of merit, will for the flrat tl.ne ren-;
der on the m aun hi piano enmpoal-,
lion. ' I'onaolfrtion." which ha him-,
aalf arranged for the organ,
No ortfan In Hi I.ouIh ,11 the praa-1
ent lima eompalei with thei wotplir-j
fill Inairuinent In the Klrat Chrlat
lan cltunh, Mr Mt.unni aaya. The I
Inairuinent. which la the laet word
In plp organ ronaH-uetlon, nnd haa
the new trumiiet ullnchinenta, coal!
Ill.nnO. An the arotialrn nf the nil-
. each note of.
itoh iiiid full.
utlier mutlral inatruinnnlN In .the'
new church are aeven planoa In the
Hunibiy cionl and Chrlatlun K11
dtnvor department and it Brand 1
piano in inn aiiillinrium
OPERATORS SEE
The Mortuary
GROWING ULUUIIi
UiiT' 'Ji yonra of iikc. who died nt
1 II - A W'eet Third at 1 otrbek Hun-
I
fourteen Per Cent Ad
vance Means Heavy
Drop, They Say.
Tonlahta nrnaram will bo n rnl.
orKunUe lha world for peace lather ' Hr" "rr
i.in i.ir wr. in I'nn nrriKi"ii rriiii:
of tha ailtnlnlatratlon 10 micaeat how
jlhe wnr ooiild IwVe ben won more
I promptly and with leM loin of
I American life.
1 "The repulillonn nmmiKainent," he
'dn'lurwl, "Ha reiwIerlnH amiill aerv-
tu Amerlua when 11 r.eka to nn
vert th.. innehlnery of in uririnlu
llnn Into 1111 luairiiirienl of mink
iipoo American le.idrrahip ami honor
V hi'n 1 he hlatory of thw area: pi-rtoil
la wrltleu, II will he known an a
Molilefl era of Ainerle.in ajhlevo
11. wit, AmiTM-an aiHteamuiiabtp mid
American honor.
"Kor ih present we are endurlm
with what iHttleiice we may, an in
ri1'f"j." 1'MJ!" W' repreaenllr. th , ,Hr, of rpUidlui iiicapu'iy. 'Ilia
.ehltrh Machine rnii.pnny of U ,,rleaii p.Vple have paid and ma
-..'. , ..1 . , ' Ti 'Z'l""1' " KUBBirlnK penally lor
enuW irnda with ilormany allhuh ;,;.,: , ,rr.l..ibl imn houeo
the t'nlle,! Hiaie. waa at wijr w ! , , , N . ,, Sl
(litmany lint ctHild nnl trnde wlllif, ...,.,...' ... .,...,.,;
aovlet lt.iwta with which thla t-oun-1 h.v. ,, ' .,,,, ,r, .
try hail not been at war. ... rI,rl,.,r,iriioi. .i..iid.
vch.im-iu ami extenal'in of Anmri
i'.im buelnwai hn tienn provenli'd ntnl
A crtnimlllee reported that when
Ira nic tuber hd triad lo Interview ,
rneniarv i.aii"iiiK mry pan 1.-.11 in- .i. ,.,.. , ,i, ..ri,i .....i.w.nu.i
formed that he w.i "I ';,, ' Hude and unaklllful IhiihIh have been
1 "J" " ' . "J L .. ,; I throat r. ckli Mly ami. let tho Inter
trade
necn ciwiurcii ti,..i.ir ..f 11... ... ..i,i.u 11. I...n,ii.i
HONOR MISSOURIANS '""!''"a'en C'.udm
IIUMWM iiiiuuuuiiiiniu,liiim nbllKalloii nnd an aband-
oinneiit of our allWiv III uliuae cum.
pimv onl 11 few rmmlht 11K1), we were
riMltt 111 v; 1.1 aw I'ltlllra'ion "
',.r,V'!?1! P. r i,.,'If it 1 lln I lclnic -irKnil. of human ilmilny. The
will. I at pn.t of It iM; In ho .,p,,0nlthMI t.omiUftwl a cam
,1 of the bh,vlkl have nut f rri,i0m and
l.'nllro lntcr I'loor nl rrreliltiK He
.H'liilmi Turned Out In Them.
DAIRYMEN MAY TAKE TRIP
I.OHir floor of ('onicutlrin hull
will be rexerved for meiilhi'iii of the; .... t, .
Mlaaoiirl cUih nnd the Amerli an l.e- .nnil.ctlnc IHur r.r limit llalrj Mnlifi
lilnn when lleneral I'erahliiK drllx- in Ho Ili-iiiiiuiK'iuhil,
era hla HildrnM at 2:30 o'clock on' Tim .1 Irviunn nt .Ptil.ki rimntv 11T
Wedtieeday nftnrnooil. I'ehruary H, ' their mcetlni; tonlKht In the -eouniy
It waa iinnouticed at tho mectliiK of fartll g,int ffCe at tho ciiirthoii.
ine Aintaouri ciuo in mo " will be tirttiil In iviul a diileualion
laal lilKhl l or pnrpoaea or 1. eniiii-1 r ,n(,,,erH tour the dairy herd"
c.iiion, emu oniiKeH win 11- uiainu- . nf (ol, n(1 wisconnlii In
tiled 111 iinvance 10 iveiiinera. observe how the mialne Ii con
.lull 11 11, I'orler waH 11 1 . iiol 11 1 r it . , , .. ... ... ,,!, ..n.
chalraian or the ineir cominltleo of ,rmiatlotii for tlm Improvement of
Mleourlaim who will 1 arrive, I er- iM1,,r.. here
kIiIiu? when he Ktepa from hla roll 1 ....... ....... 1. . .. 1... i.,...i i .1.
.. 11... I'll. II .- I" . AIIIII..I. H III ..c
man on tlm mornuiK or me eentiui .,, ,..,. . i.rmr.i. ,.uri,...n,.r..i
day ami wilt, will net on tho recelv-, t K , rajlr'0Bd who ll(
I in inttiilttn ill I lln I (''! tit) 11 nil. ... - . ...
r.': lnn U,"i;.i.r.ni.., In other pnr.aVf tho i.nte
Mr. Woodnoii 12, Norxell, wlmi rf nTrtnn 1 mp
came fiom Mini county, Mil, l'er-f I II H I I I W I L
rhlnu'H counly, waa clioaen chnlr-1 UUU I ul0 UOL
mini of tho women'H cominltleo at
tho .recejillou In lintel Tuba at l(l
o'clock In the mornliii;, Women up
pointed lo aervo with Mra, NorvellJ
were MoKilnmeH Hubert l. Ilnllnif. I
V, nymiiiikny, Andy Arthur. Kama !
('. Voiimiblood, T. I'. 1 1 mi Ilea, IQd
Dalloii, A. I. Hurna, IM Adanm, "
It llalllbui'lon. ,1. T. Horner. Alva
T. Kouiilalu, T .1. Q11I1111, Tntn Inf lurna miilllirlppc, I.Ike Ordinary
CALOTABS FOR
COLDS AND FLU
1
Until y, .lolin Ollphaut. I.ewi (Mine. I
.lolin 1. Purler, ilohn OreBory, Wal
ter O'llannon, William llamliiKH ami
lllji I'erii Veerhnrl.
t'old, nivjiilrci Cnlolnhn.thr
Hurlfleil ami Itcflncil ( alomcl
'lliblcl 'I'lmt An1 NiitiM-a.
Icrri, Safo nml Sure.
I'hyalchlni nnd druggist claim
1. ftrtt "(, 4
r Alea4ro (lalln.inl
(I Inlrodiiruon t!,.r.i.
1 hi l'ilerl
(rl Ktaal.
3. r1.. MI1I.1, I Vnfml
() "Pfn t'acritia. ' Aria (rem....
"' Mlr" linailnl
(b) '-Tln (rliun' Vniit" . .
Toatl IIoI Uq
Mr. Hull
I. fun (lolhhn ...t,, fotllman
HI miiQ-lullnn, I h.OMl.
I 111 .Mrmitt (.,lhi.ur .
hi Prlar Molro liainiT
nil T.Kriu.
4. Ha Hala: (Wall " N H.ttrn
ml vr Hunk,'' (nun "ITiii Holy
I"'" O.ul
Arl ami (.Wal Manrlua.
Sir. Hull and guarlet.
Orjan Mnlot- 1
"tadanllan" . Kdwln II. I tnam
(In "(".prhflo" tmaljrn
CI MrditalUn" Hlurcra
Id) "ruiMltia" . K Pram Hlamm
.'.'?!'"""". Uelhler
(1) l'iii. nnd Clreuiiiatanrn' ,. .
t;drd Klr
.riit AIIokciI Tire Thief.
II ll. (IllrM ItfilM nini.un,l l.Mt '
nlk'ht of atiallut; an niltomobllo tire'
ciiHlnK from the Mlil-Co Tiro com
pany nnd arrcated by (Irani HUkln-'
Ion, chief of the delertive tlejur:- '
men' Clllea was turned over to Ihn
loutiti' Mhcrlff lo Im held for trial.
WAKIIINOTON, Keb. 2.--Hubmll-HUB
atatlatlca on the net carnlwra
for 1910 of representative Mlutnln
oua minea prodiielnK mure Ulan 19
per lent of tha total output In the
central competitive field, operators
told the coal atrlke aettlrrnent cum
mlaalon today that If llm prevent H
per cent wago inrrcnao 1 applied
throiiiiholit 1D20 thepo tnmpunlea, on
a baala of tlmfr 1919 tonnage, '.tollld
"reallm oaa than 1 per cent net re
turn on the capital Investment." Any
furtlmr lncrence In wage, they de
clared, would mean n corroapond
HiKly ftrealer deficit bolow a return
of II per cent.
l-lBiirea Introduced hy the oper
ator allowed, they rvilil, that If llm
1 1 per cent wuko Increase had ap
plied In 1919 mine In the l'ltta
biirBh Coal Producer' noclatlon,
which t,urned out moro than 2!,00U.
flOO tuna, or 15 per cent of tho total
output nf tlm central field, would
have faced a deficit of moro than
1(1,000, 00(1, or 30 centa n ton on 11
haul of C per cent return on capltAl
Inveated.
Hunting nf bltuml oil mine op
eration, iih compared with manufitc
lurlnB and other, lnduatrlal enter
prlaca for tho thren year precedliiK
tho war nnd tho four year of II
duration, wern read Into tho record,
by J. I Muller, atntlatl. Ian for the
operator, who declared they doni
otiHtrntcd that "In every year of that
period mlno operation have been
enrnlns ft perrrhtiiBe on capital In
vented nwny below Ihat earned l)
tho other I ml ti fit rut I Broiip."
day evcnlliB, will be ihlppod to I'uw
ine. Okla.. thl niornlnK for hurlul
bv the Starflej-McCune UndertakinK 1
ompany.
The hoily of Mr Juliet QulKley,
to era of ugf, who died cter
duy morning at the reldeu;e, 415
Wet I'ourth. will be a'tit Tor
burial to Marshall. Mj., thla evening
by the Hlanley-.Mci una UntlBrlaK-i
iiiK com puny.
l-'uneinl aervlcea for Char(, vi;
aon, It year old. or tut r.aai
rhimbera, were held at 4 o'clock
yesterday ntternoon at ine .nooray
undortaklni? parlor. Hurlnl waa
made In.OaklnWn i-eiiietery. Mr. Wil
son died at Notuita, Okla, on Jan
uary 30.
Hurlnl nf Vera I.l Tlintnn. the
fi-nioiitha-old riiiughtrr of I-. I:
Thonia. nortliet of Tuiai. took
place ycaterd.iy afternoon ut Itoso
Kill cemetery.
.Molly IMIIh lllddle, 17. daiiRhler
of N. H. Itlddlo, 3.11 South York
town, died at I o'rlo'-k HUnday
afternoon after a ahoit nine wlih
typhoid fever. Itnbert A. McHif.iry
I'nrterlnklnB cotnpanv handled 'he
bodv The funeral 'will be held thla
afternoon from ihr liomr Hex. r
W. Kerr officiating, lntrrpicnt In
Oaklawn c. ipel. rj
I. W. W.'S FOUND GUILTY
Tncomii .lury Hetiirn Verdict Aftrr
Urine Out for .18 Hour.
TACOMA, Waah., Feb. I - A Jury
trying 3G auppoed I. W. W.' on a
iclurge of criinlnul aynilUatlam, re
I turned 11 erdlct of Bullty curly to
!day,nfter being out 68 hour.
1 In llm recommendation returned
with the erdlct It wns naked that
I the (ourt exercl? n much flemcncy
! a poralhle, a It was the orBiinlxa-
lion rather Ihnn the IiiiIivIiIuhN,
which had I con on trial
T
I'ohIIKUic Millinery t 1,1
A 1 nigiit r. ti 'Ci clar. 1
linery ut thu high mhoii 1
dlKtotitlnued for th. urc
tho Uliicn of the In -1
levenliiB cine 111 Hun- r
after meet from 7 30 la 'I
'on Tueeday etenlne In-.
a week, nTorilliig to M B,
;tlallawny of Hie Hpnn, 1 u
' of the high school.
Highway KiibIiii'cin nt Wurl.
tllvl.AIIU.MA 1'iTY
! Hobert C Terrell of ' k
1 gnu work toda as n 1 ,
lenglnter In am rcsto , 1 "
I (-iinnlnghtini, whone rt -
' cnnie effective r'aturl.i
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets Get
at the Cause and Remove It
To Prevent
Grip
Take
"Laxative
Bromo
Quinine
Tablets"
Be sure yon get the Genuine
Look for this signature
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the sul
ttituto for calomel, act gently on the
jbowels and rxxitively do the work.
People afuicted with bad breath find
' quick relief throuijh Dr. Edwards' Olive
Tablets. The pleasant, stiKar-coatetl
tablets are taken for bad breath by
all who know them.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets act Ren
tly but firmly on the bowels and liver,
MimulatiriK them to natural action,
clearing the Mood and gently puritYins
the entire system. They do that which
danccrous calomel does without any
of the tail after effects.
All the benefits of nasty, sickeninc,
griping catlortics are derived from
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets without
griping, pain or any disagreeable effects.
Dr. F. M. Edwards discovered the
formula after seventeen years of prac
tice among patients afflicted with
bowel and liver complaint, with tha
attendant bad breath.
Olive Tablets arc purely a vegetable
compound mixed with olive oil: you
will know them by their olive color.
Take one or two every night for a week
and note the effect. 10c and. 15c
on the hox. 30c
.MI.M lllcbl Is fuming..
MIhm Anna Olrhl, dlirlcl agent of
the homo demonmnitlon work In
.,ui...t iii,.i. ...,. ...in i. i.. .M. .1....
lltflinP.illt l.l Mttll.fA ullli ll... ... ..... I that the great epidemic nf Influcnr-t
uuthorllleM iilmut the ilppninlmcut of has concluslvaly demonHtr.ited that
i i mini) liuim. ileniiliiHlration agont , ihe ipilrkeit relief for a cold and
for Tula i county , ihu bent preicntlve of Influcnia und
pit;uiiioni.t I to keep the liver active
an 'hat the dlgeatlvc organ may ba
In perfect londltlnn. Kor thla pur
, jion Cnlolnhs, the new naiiar.iletr
i c.ilomel lablel that aro freo from
i tho hlckenlng nnd weakening effect,
i I the moat thorough and depend
1 able, a well tu tho most agreeable,
I laxative. '
Catalan have tho apecml ad
vautiiBe of not tnuklng the patient
alck and weak, na they do not upset
tho dlgcatlon and appetite. One Calo
tab nt bed time with a swallow of
witter that' nil. No nalla, no nail
ea, nor tho allghtegt Interference
wlih our catlnB. pleasure or work.
N'ext morning your cold baa vnn
liihed, your liver la active, your v
(cm I puiriod. and you aro feeling
flno with iv nenrty appetite for
.t II :-.- AntlM'ptle Oil, Known it
Snake Oil
rmiilUcly Itellcve I'alu In IVw
Allniilc.
Tr. 11 rljtit now for' ntifiimatliin,
Nritr.!;la, l.utnbano, aore, atllf ami awoltan
luinta, pain In ih head, bark and llinha,
rorna, buniont, flo. Altar enn applirallon
pain uiually diiapprara aa If t.y macle.
A new remedy tiled tDtarnally and x
li'rnally for roiulii, culda, rrnup, Influama,
anre throat, diphtheria anil lonillllU.
Thla Oil (i ronrrdiol to It Ihn moal lene
trallnit remi".!). Lnon Ita prompt and I in
rt-.ll.l rr&t In r.ll.n. ...... I. .1 .. d ...
I Ik fan Ihat II penetrate In ihn Hecled 1 breakfunt.
parta at onre. Aa an llliialratlon pour 1
len dropa nn the llilrkeii plere of mla
laatliar and l lll penetrate ihla anbilance
throiigh anil IhruUKn in three tnlntitea i
Aerepl no aubililiile Thla xrrai oil Ii
yolden red eolnr enlr (let ll at Ouaker llrui
Co and I'nrilan llnir Co Adtl ,
Kor your protection. Calnlab are
aold only In original ncilcd pack
age price thirty-five cent. Sold by
nil druggist and your money back
If you are not delighted wnii l.ciii
Advl
Republican Women
Call nt tlm rininl) ctiurllmuso of
Crwk ciiuiilj nt 2:30 p, in. Tiiim
day fur Ihuikwi nf m-BiiiilliiB
Itciniblkvui Women' club. All
rt'imlilfcnn women nro uracil In
nttoml,
Sapulpa, Okla.
Bird Dog Lost or
Stolen
White, liver and picked female; small
size; wore collar with this marking,
"Return to U. R. Fiskel, Hope, Ind."
Finder will receive
LIBERAL REWARD
If returned to owner
PHONE OSAGE 2260-1832
"OUCH! ANOTHER
RHEUMATIC TWINGE"
(id hoi) nml relieve Hiimo p'llti
with Ihat lian.lv IhiIIU; of
Munn' l.lnliiicnt.
WHAT Staan" doe, It do')
tlinrotiBhly itciietruliTi with
out riihhliiB lo tho assailed
part and promptly rellove all man
ner of external p.tln nnd aches.
You'll find It handy for sciatica, lum
bago, neuralgia, over-ejTerted muscle,
stiff Joint, pnlmi bruises, sprains,
bad weather nfter-cffeot.
l'or 38 yoara Sloun'a Liniment ho
helped thousnnd tho world over
You won't be nn exception, It I
unequalled In producing results.
All ilriiKRlstn 33-,, "Oc, J1.40.
I Ml in f f irUPffMm
' DR. ALLISON
Hmr 0 n. ni. Id 11 p, m,
14ia East Third Street
Tclrpliono Oaago 0373
h.
Don't &e
embarrassed
by disfiguring blemishes.
If you are unable to teall enjoy
the society of others because of the
fear that that wretched Mn eruption
on your ihnuldcr will begin to itch,
or that your scarf will slip and ex
pose the disfiguring rash you had
tried so hard to conceal, try Restnol
Ointment.
There is no needof enduring rich
discomfort when Kesinol Ointment
usually relieve itching promptly
and mates the skin clear and healthy
again. When aided by Kesinol
Soap it Is even more effective.
RFSINOI. SHAVIKO STICK undi to
privant irritation. AUJlmUrt tfJlAs Ktimil
Resinol
Damn I'lwtpoiicd.
On account of Hie flu" Hie
weekly dance meetl'i" of 'he Tur. ,
dav IIvenlnB OancliiB club at the
Kotchtim hote l hn In en called off.
HI
1 Million Acclaim gjiB
lillV day pcoplo B
11 vvrl'o u telling of R
cures cffei tcd nnd rcMcf Kf .
obtained, In dozen of all- fj 1
ment and conditions,
through" using U hlt S
i
yi Throat. Chapped Hands L'l 1
1 and l.lp. vie. K '
Ifa Oct n box today and keep It Vj '
lol handy, for lr.at.tnt relief an 1 R 1
soothing, healing effect. ft ,
I AH druggist. carry tit In Pi
Slraighlen Your KINKY .
HAIR
The
Best
Prepa
ration is
famous
HEROLIN
Pomade Hair
Dressing
rtcrolln Pomade Hair Dressing will
clean your ecalp of dandruff, stop
flllnB hair, nrakr your hair grnnr
lung, glassy, straight and tieautb
ful, eo that you can dress It up la
modern style.
llerolln Pomade Hair Tlreaalnr
works on ti6 roots of the hair, caus
ing a natural growth of long, soft,
straight beautiful balr. hold hy
drusfiats or sent bj wall for SSc,
atsnipa ..r roln.
III.Klll.lN MBD.CO. Atlanta. Oat.
Ateni wtnleii. Wrlle as rnr ilrrnlt.
It la highly reommended
for llurns, I'tlcn, Tetter,
Kczenia, L'leera, Dandruff,
ffunburn, Catarrh, Chafi
I v y I'oisonii.B, Sure
Throat. Chapped Hands
and Up, etc.
Oct n box today and keep It
handy, for Instant relief an 1
soothing, healing effect.
All drURglBt. carry vlt In
atock, but It yours la cold
outt we will send a box
postpaid wpon rcccJpt of
liic.
New wash suits j
for little chaps
NOT in many years lias there been stun
beautiful wash suit styles for little ehuru
of 2'- to 8 years. You can sec some of the new
ones in our windows, anil a complete stock in
the store today. The quality, too, is better than
it has been recently.
EVERY good material is here. Galatea, repp,
linen, pique, devonshiro cloth, and many
others. Every one is fast color. Some in solid
colors, others with fancy trimmings, still others
in stripes and two-color combinations; ?3 to $10.
Jproirters 1 1
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Something
unusual in
values
IT IS UNUSUAL in these dajs
for any clothier to have suits
and overcoats at ?oTj and $1!.").
But is really more unusual to get
good suits and overcoats at these
prices. That's whnt makes tlm
a time when you ought to visit
this store.
YOU'LL SEE in our windows
today garments at $30 to $ t.r
that would be good values com
pared to what you see in mo.-f
stores ab a fourth more. .1 n-"
happens that wc bought thorn
before the last half dozen ad
vances so wc "can lot you hae
themit about present wholesale
costs.
ALL STYLES, sizes and
models for men nnd younjr
nlen. Sec them today at
o Madansky
Brothers
BBfSJsS j
0
$30, $35, $40, $45

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