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TULSA -DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1920 '
niirn nilT VtK DU THE SHOUTING ...u rinmrns "Knvond tho qx - - KocKies -tviu vuij Bad. II WANT A- CHANGE Vhen Oregon Senator Shakes Hands W ith Nominee of His Party It Jiurts unanccs. Pv l GENU I-aMITON. r.irT' Ore, Oct. 20. Ono r "II ...... - n nan i ' ,jUl 1 hnvo lnlUel i' walks of llfo from tlio 1 r across to Callfornlu i in i tuc Canadian lino during t it weckn and never mot , inc wh" thought Cox had . rha IT Cltciiun. i iua mm id ) Mid tho only reason ho r io voto for Cox wail that . . something to moderate 1 1 nt of piol.lbltlon, but he -w a statement from Cox . i paper stating that ho or i forcing tho law to tho h Fhook Ills heuil and do- t he did not have much it the presidential election 3 was moro Interested In nir '.'" was going to ho slier- ,,. h county tho ensuing two tvt- t.v.i where volt no noopio nro " ' .. u ..i.l,l In Mila election ' ifii tnn orrons fiL h nu of the r 1 '!(!trf, 10 1110 contrary. 18 103 1 1 ,H U"liuls n Mr.farlv drad that It in uouinrtii u Itoin ever ho brought to llfo n train. (rtalnly noi in anywiing iiku wiu Wilson covenant. Ann inoso ior urMooklng, world-wido statesmen nho bellcvo wo ought to havo some llnd of an International association inrnlnr from Cox like rats from ninklng Ehlp, as witness tho sup port of i.i cr Taft. et nl.. fur tho Ihrdlng tlkct In face of tho fact M' he drfarr.i tno wuson league .opcltsr' s rapped. Tlio I.ctigiU! In Dead. If, as c" of tno political writers I i. G.m .r ir utitff nut t rnm Wash ton s.1 ? tho peoplo are no lon er Intorrs'-d In tho league question, 19 because they regard It as set , trt tliey forget that eternal ."incc has been tho prlco of lib erty from the dawn of tlmo and thnt t r tne griai micron, in tno itorlal election In California, klrcfcn, Washington and Idaho. In lYiihington, J ones (rup.uuucan) is pgardcJ as so certain of election Ht the flcht thcro really Is too one filod to attract moro than passlns httrrst, In Idaho, Oregon and Ulltornia, nowovcr, tno situation e entirety different. In each ot thwij ttatcs, normally republican, dfmooratu now are In tho senate and all three aro up for re-election. .Nugent of Idaho 18 holding a scat ormcny occupieu oy a repuonc.in no dicj uetoro his term ot omco iplreil. but In California I'helan .won In tho election as did also Cliamberlln In OrcBotf. I l:hainburlln Is generally regarded as huvltig tho lii.it chatue for ri -election, but for tho flist tli0 In his political history ho Is having real oipoHltlon, While a democrat ho haa always played tho Independent f Into In his previous polltlcvl ex porlencea nnd this year gave out a red-hot statement agalnnt Presi dent Wilson which-tiu.i caused two or three democratic) iiluldi to re pudiate him. When Cox was hern In Portland Chamberlain hud to meet him of course, but tho Insldo facts aro that bo hated to do It and tho republicans aro circulating a plcturo bhowlng Chamberlain greet ing Cox at tho Union station as a camptiign document against him, .Awl when a Culled .States se.iator uannot greet his party's cholco for president In his own homo state without endangering his own ohanres for reflection, what tntiHt be thought of t'le chances of Mr. Cox out hero In the wilds of Oregon? And ho will bo beaten worse In Washington and California than In Oregon I have jil't had an op portunity to talk to tho boll hops and tile waitresses In tho Inter mountaln states but If they tall: anything llko their brothers and Rio ters down along tho border ami In the Pacific coast bolt I'd almost bo willing to wager that Cox does not carry a state west of tho Mississippi except Arkansas, Texas and Louisi ana. And If all of Texas was llko tho Panhandle there Is no telnch that ho will carry Texas. Non-1'aitls.iii Strength. There Is a new fly In tho political ointment of this section that threat ens In tho near future to upset' things considerably. It Is tho non partisan icigue, hut. It has not gotten organized sufficiently well to' cut much, If any figure, In tho ro-sult-thls year In tho extreme north west. In Colorado, tho Dakota and Montana tho non-partisans have al ready captured tho tegular demo cratic organizations which la forc ing moro or less of a coalition be tween tho democrats and republi cans. "When Cox went through the west ho played up, to tho non-partisan crowd and alienated i lot of real democratic support. That may or may not nld him In the election. Tho opinion of most observers Is that It will hurt him and nny votes he may get from the radical element and would grab nt nn thing to get n change. All Sc for ii Chnngr. There does not appear to be any body who is satUfU'd with the meth ods of taxation the .leuincr its adopted to pay for tho war, nnd this brings homo tho extiavaganen and wasto in all brnnoe of the gov ernment during tho war and since and tho total lack of nny effort to remedy theso conditions and get thy country back on a pre-war basis. The efforts to blamo this on a re publican congress doea not havo much If nny weight whun as u mat tir of fact neither a democratic president nor any member of tho patty In either tho houso or senate hnvu niadu a slnglo step In tho di rection of correcting tho things they blarno the republic uns for tf-n djlng. And there Is another thing, deny It as much ns Mr. Cox may, but after all Wilson Is running for presl dent ngaln to all effects and pur poses, nnd If Mr. Cox should bo elected WiIm n's Influence on na tional as well as hltornational af fairs would contlnuo to bo felt, and thcro is nothing tho people want to gut away from moro than this ono man government. "What ho prom ised I will, if ejected, fulfill," was a fateful statement by Mr. Cox as ho emerged from tho whlto hmiso early In tho campaign In that first and only Interview with Mr. wiiom That Is exactly what the people do not want. They had enough of Mr. Wilson and even tho old tlmo dumu erats do not want any moro of him. It is nil over but tho shouting. Almost enough democrats have an nounced their Intention of voting for Harding nnd Coolldgo to elect them If republicans did nothing hut sfay at home, but that is nil the moro reason why they should go out unu miiKo tno majority ns big as possible. Tho relwiso from eight ears of mlsgovcrnmcnt Is surely worth tho effort. they lu Colorado Springs, wle-ie spent the past four in inths Hon. J. W. llarreld. 1 Jntl.lt. m candidate for tinned Miti. n h r. was it flroken .Mrow vlsllor Monday afternoon an addressed nn intenHted audlenct at tho Crystal theater. The hevay lain during the afternoon and the brief advance notice ot his com ing prevented Mr. Ilnrrrld's reeT (Ion Tom be In it as I'lw ns lltukeii Arrow usiiall) gives to visitors of his dlHtlni t Ion. With the continued drop In the price of cotton, local buvers have ruased their nctlvttltn, and the cot ton now coming Im Is being ginned for the growers, many of whom It Is working a hardship on to iudd, al though theto Is at present no Alternative. A ivll servlie elimination Hir local lOHtoffice clerks will be conducted In troken Arrow Patnrdnv. October 23. by Oeorge l Wyatt, sciieuiy Imu.l of elvll service examiner. CONTINUE ROAD WORK1 Broken Arrow Uric fa ' imOlCliN' AKHOW, Oct. 20. ThnAigh tho courtesy of tho dep uty court clerk, Mrs. F.ffln Shrader, In opening her office Sunday morn ing for him, Clyde Catron, 21, of mis city was cnaiued to nrosurn n lkfn,lt tn ...nil l I .... -.I I I .. 1.-1. 1.. r- - - -.,-v...fc . ,-unn UVIHL i'.UMn, aro much more apt to bo for them- 18, of Coweta. They woru marrKM selves first and Cox nrterwnrds. If there was nny chance to swing votes around In tho electorlal col lege thise led-handkerehlefed boys would probably voto for Debs as quickly an for Cox. Tho folks at homo know this and that Is why I wiy that .Mr. Cox's chances through out the wholo western Kcctlou of the country nro reduced to tho minimum. It will bo no surprise .If entire communities uro found whero not a single voto will ho cast for tho democratic presidential can didate.' I nsked one long, slim young fel low who waB ovei; In Franco and Is back homo now working In a ga rage in his homo town In southern Oregon, what ho thought About the election. And between red-hot cussing everybody In the nd ministra tion from Hakcr down ho told mo and was still talking as 'wo drove off. And that Is the wholo sory. Thoro aro so many things tho mat tor with tho Wilson administration that peoplo arc sick and dlsftusted BAD BREATH 4J4 Imriedlately afterward by Justice If. K. Plerco nt his homo on North Main. Mrs. IaiuIb J. Orlm of Hand .Springs is III at the homo of her sister. Mt. .1. U (Ireen on liatt Ilroadway, having been brought to this city lu ordcg that sho might bo cared for b her slater. At the fhst regular meeting of the city council for October John' H. IlomrlghotiHen was appointed city Justjco to fill tho vacancy caused by tho extended absence of' Justice Terry from this city, who Is spend ing his vacation in tho east. I g. Hurd. president of the First National bank, and Mrs. Hurd have rctyrned from their summer home IVw and Son Patlnz Itlgliwny South i'liiin Sand Spilng to liniftlim With Ui'j.xlonc II0111I. Work on the hard surfacing of S.lifiO IUiohI feet of 18 foot roadway betwi-en the pavement at Hind HprlliR' and a quarter tullo south of the Sand f prliiKs bridge over tho Ar kansas rler, tins 1 11 under way by the C t). Foe and Howard l-ry' CoiiMliuctlon iiimpany nnd It Is probable that before winter wts In the euntrawt will bo completed. Frye completed his eon'raet on the T11l8n-H.mil Murine hard sur faced road KevornI months ago nnd miner ni" comran. win "0111111 ir uy unlt.i to pavi the Sand Hprlngs-Key-stono rend The latter road wai btiomhl to urmle iiv the J. T. I.unlry I const 1 notion 1 i.mpnnv. 'Kill That Cold With CASCAR FOR M45'kV AND Colds, Coughs ' OjVi La Grippe 7 Nt'Electod Colda arc DnriRcroua Take no chances. Keep this standard remedy handy for the first snecio. Dreaks up a cold In 24 hours Relieves Grippo In 3 days Excellent for Ucadacho Quinine in this form docs not affect tho head Cases u Is best Tunic Laxativo No Opiate in UiU's. ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT Pog Sent to WUeonMii. PONl'A I'lTY.Vlct. 20. - Isi'iil pu lice oii. tils today slaitid "lib In a bull timer, on the hoinewnid tup' to June. Wis. "Illckey" nccompniiled two yoiin,; Indies of June, who ran nway from home, several weeds ago and boiiKlit tickets In the 101 mm h hoie with tho Intention of getting laiieh employment. On word rioin the girls' parents, they wei, in Id bcti l 1 li,. police mid i- 1 1 1 . back without their dog. A woe fioi 1 tluMTlili, reielved yesterdn mi nl Hut Illckey" be r.irt.iub.l home Safte TltUk for infants & invalids U ASK FOR Hoi lick's The Original , rrfra Avoid Imltationa and Subttltute. r.rlnfnt..tnll.tt.n.10fowlnCt1IWi.n Rich MiU,MaljOfaln RlraM In Powder ThoOiir.hialFood.UilnkForAllAEes 1 No Ojokiiig-Nauriihlng Ulgettiblo MEDICAL AUTHORITIES ADMIT INCOMPETENCE OF MEDICAL DOCTORS Over One HuiuIrhI Diseases in Which They Admit They Can Do Little or Nothing Yet Wish to Stop Dmglcss Practitioners. Why Are Skin Diseases So Difficult to Overcome? When your skin breaks out with itching eruptions, tetter, raBli. ec zema, psoryasls, or other terrifying disorders, very often the pain be comes so Intense, and tho discom fort so thoroughly unbearablu that you aro willing to try almost any remedy that you think will give some measure of relief from the torture. Hut temporary relief will do you but little good, for soon all the itch ing and Irritation breaks out afresh with renewed fury, and you soon realize that local remedies buch ni ointments, halves and blmllar treat- tin at will never rid you of your trouble. It will not bo so difficult to rid yourrelf of skin diseases If you will but leiillze (lint these troubles ori ginate in (he blood, and If you ex pect teal substantial relief you must treat them through tho blood. The bent remedy for this puiposo Is NHS., the fine old blood reineitv that purifies the blood of dlseami practicing germs, and thus restores tho skin to a normal and healthy condition. liegln taking H.H.H. today, and willu a completo history of your ease, and our medical director will give you expert ndvi o without charge. Address Chief Medical Ad viser, X20 Swift laboratory, Atlanta, (la Advt, Tho hopn of suffering hum.initv is today centered mi "the duigl si prartltlouers" of all eieeds ihlio prnctors, Clirlsti.uHn'Icnllnls. ontco paths, physical eulturluts. ele.it.-. therapists, dletlht, neuropaths and c'hern. An awakening world Is turning with disgust ami loathing from the pretentions of tho medical fraternity and their sanrtlntnnlous. futheily. superior airs with which they seek to Intimidate and Aiold to their creed a world startled at their Incompe tence. .Medicine and surgery as tho cure for all ills has proven a il dlculoiiH fallacy. After two thou nand years of so-called advance ment In medical science, and with 10(1,000 doctors In thin country as exponents of a creed that has 111 oven 1 11 failure, tho world Is forced to look 1 to other means for relief from their I bodily Ills. The mortality Is on the I Increase under tho medical nnd Hiir gleal doctor's rule nnd on the decrease with tho patients of the diuglcsi practitioner. Chained by lA'gl.diillnii. Kach year tho self "hallowed" medical doctor seeks to chain by legislation to their r eed all who disbelieve In them. Uaeh ear they lobby at state capitals to force on humanity their method of treat ment by having laws passed that forbid those of other beliefs from saner, safer anil moro DO YOU WANT your friends to avoid you? They will certainly do so when your breath is bad. There is no excuse. for anyone having a bad 1 breath. It is caused by disorders of the stomach which can be corrected by taking 'Chamberlain's Tablets. Many have been permanently cured of stomach troubles by the use of these tablets after years of suffering. Price 25 cents per bottle. m r b H 8 1 ieVi m r ' 1 m n u 1 1 1 wj Bet LYONS' SHOES" cert 1 1 11 methods of relief. Under the medical doctom' rule sickness and death has been rampant throughout the world and few can honestly claim medicine,, 0r tho knife, was their snlvndou. K Is but a step from modern medi cines back to tho days of not long ago when the sine cure of thu medical fiaternlty was "bleeding by leecties," tlio prcscrlhlng of u com pound of ground grashoppcrs, fleas and berries. Today medical scleiiee has advanced to, the Inoculation of healthy human hclngu with purllnus, poisonous pus fro, 11 the bodlea of diseased nnlmals. This iH so-called medical advancement. . Newer, Safer Sclen(v. DrilglesM practitioners havo mndo greater strides In over two tliofi sand years. Drugless practitioners aro today accomplishing with their new sclenecH what tho medical fra ternity havo never accomplished In (ho line of cures. Orilgless practi tioners aro today curing ten fold tho proportion of sick peoplo treated by them, over the medical doctors. Theso aro hard facts not dreams. 1-t'I. MHTIKin (! DKl'dl.UHH Till: T.MI4NTH Hi' WHICH THU MKIHCAl. MKN TIIH.MHIOIA'ICH KNOW NOTIIlNtl I'iiIIiiic of Mcillinl I'rnterully. Who does not ackiiuw ledge It wan the en ill cms, limitless failure ot tH iiii ilu nl man In cut log the sick that him brought to life and nomlshed drllKhss healing. Who does not admit that today in this country theie are as u result of the medical doctors falllltcit GMOO.liOO people who 1110 bitterly antl-medlcitiu nnd liltteily aiid-Biirgery. Who doeil not admit that nny trndesiiian, bo ho earpeiiter, plumber, machlnest, pi Inter or boiler leaker. Is far more iliiallfled to practice hit profession than 11 medical .nan Is to practice medicine. In what ait or science Is thorn tlio uncertainty and failure to ac cimrpllsh thnt which (ho scleuco l.t suiinosed to accomplish than medi cine nnd suigery. Medfeliio is not 11 lost art- It Is an nrt THAT NUV I'lll WAS - It Is n ridiculous fallacy fostered by tho medlral man him self even as the witch doctor of tho Indian trlho befuddled, dazzled nnd Intimidated his trlho by hli mock pretentions. Yet It Is tho sanin niodfral man thin samn self appointed guardian of public health who advised YOU that no ono Is capable ot curing liumati ailments but hlnciolf that no one Is uuallfled to treat the sick that does not study In "bin school of KAlUMtr.K"- -that no 'ono l iliiallfled to treat sick people, hilt thuso who he pasiiin as ((untitled, "it l:i to laugh'" .lflnh Medical Monopty. it is these medical falluren who would deprive n hopeless and weary world of freedom to (ry somouuug else. It Is theso incompetents who right hero In Oklahoma would for. Iild ilrilKless healing. It Is these Hiiper-rducnted humanH who ny, "study our courso of medical fnll iiro lu our medical schools or you aren't eiuallfleil to treat tho alelt." It Is these samo men who speak in ridicule, 'criticism and contempt of the drugless piartltloner. Jt Is these very samn men who would with their cohorts railroad through a bill in tno suite senate uniioKiiown to too general public Jo chain the public to medical and surglcnl slavery, IT 111 THKHI3 (IKKIJIir. 8KI.K HHIJK INO MII.V WHO THU PHIIMC CAN I'CN'IHH N'OVIIMIIHH 2ND 1IY VOTINfl -"VMS'' TO STATU IQI'IJH TIC IN 9 I UN AHICH "Hball Connuered by tho scleticn of chi ropractic as proven by but ono death to every eight hundred cases treated by thu chiropractor. Cntuiuorcd by a marvelous sclnnco ridiculed, abused n.id legislated against by an Impotent, angry, holp lesii medical fraternity whoso record shows ono death TO HVKHY HKIIITKKN CAHKH THUATHl), Millions of homes aro i thn world over for some loved one who wns saerlflred nt thn nltur ot medi cal greed and blgotness. A medical frnternlty who refuiies to glvo thu chiropractor a chance to savi tho life ho himself could not. A medi cal fraternity who In their lack of knowledge In newer and greater sciences than medicine, took no pity on their patients took no heed ot (he chiropractor and other drugles.-i practitioners plea to help. Many Orinoii Testify. Tho medical men lnnk with cotn ptntsanco no doubt on graven over which tho grnss is growing. Thn teurn, worry nnd mndnciut on tho part of some parent, brother or sis ter who watched n loved ono din (often needlessly) brought no pity to tho medical man endeavoring to hold up Ills prestige ns tho only one capable of "saving n llfo." No ono must bo waved believes thn medical frntornlty--who they thumsqlvos cannot save. Think of tho horror of this: munn of tho Influenza vlcllitis turned bluo from head to foot nnd died In anguish and suffering; some coughed their liven nway nomo went Insane nnd somo In their do Urlnusneps toro out their own ton guen by tho roots; noma Uvea Just crumbled away through fover mil lions died who could havo been saved and millions of living aro to day mourning tho passing of sotno loveu 0110. MS'" TO STATU ICIPHH. TIIH ItAM.OT WHICH I thn hill bo vetoAd nnd cal men wish to chain the druglesi practitioner by laws that would compel a drugless prnetltlonur to clV I.. I,..i...rnlu" Tli,. 1,111 Yet In Oklahoma today thn aiodl- ,M1(.HH vetoed will chain you your family of loved ones-- and your it lends to meiltcnl and surglcnl treatments. It forbids you oblnln Ing chlropracllo and other druglesi treatment for no drugless practi tioner would abide by their com petitors (the medical doctors' rules,) Di-cndeil InfliieiiJi. Influenza, dreaded tho world over feared more than "thn srailet death" made famous by t.'dgar Al lan I'oe -more frarful than thn ter medfrlne und surgery thnt hail proven a failure. Tim medlcnl men wuiit the drugless practitioner to know thoroughly their own system of fntliiren before they can practice niH'di.KRS HYHTKMH OK KUC CKHH. Tho logic of, the medical, fra ternlty Is that the drugless prac titioner should learn n Mstcm of treatment that has little or no merltirlblo black plague moro deadly before practicing his own ill'CCHH.H-Nhaii all wars---conquered. Medical lletrogrchslou. After 5,001) years of so-called mod Ical advancement, misery nnd death utalk overywhoro whero tho medical man haa nway. Ono death in In fluenza to ovory eighteen treated. Could moro dlo without treatment. Then think of tho glorious record of thn dcugless practitioner to whoso patients Ml'H WAS THU ItUI.K, there being but mm dentil to over eight hundred treated. I)I:ath was the rule with tho medical fraternity ns Ib attested to ono d .IS Hi to every eighteen treated, Medlcnl doctor's Mimoply. November 2nd you will bo naked to GO OCT 01-' YOim HOAll TO VOTK ON QUUSTION 91 of tho statu ballot. Tho ipiestton 91rofer (o a senate bill put up by tho medi cal fraternity nnd Is Intended to drlvo chlroprnclors nnd other drug less practitioners out of Oklahoma. Thn ijllcstloii on thu ballot rends: Hli it 1 1 the bill be Vetoed and rendered Inoperative' VOTH "YKS" AND THUS PUNISH THU SUM-'ISH-NKHH OK THU MHDICAr KltA THHN1TV WHO WOULD DKHIVH YOU OK THI2 IIKjIIT TO HKIjHCT, YOl'It OWN DOCTOR. VOTIJ "YKH" TO OUHfiTlON 94 ON NO VKMIinit 2ND. Advt. The IDEAL PROTECTION for the owner of Real Estate is one of our Guaranty of Title Policies. It protects absolutely' Title Guarantee & Trust Company Cosden Building Phone Osage 8100 Enjoy the Crisp, Fall Air Nature's tonics exercise, air and sunshine are best for every one of us. 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