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TULSA DAILY WOKLD, THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1921.
FAVORS GROUPING TULSA INDUSTRIES 'Terminal' Would Assist Struggling Factories and Save Mxpen.su COMMUNITY PROGRAM ( Homes for Workmen Would in Close Proximity to Work, Under This Plan An Industrial If-rminnl '.lint would neeommodutc ii Muintii'i- of cm ii II In din' rl.'H would lif f tremendous benefl, In tin liiilii-lrlnl expansion of ii !(;'. Iliirncv Meyer ImliiHlrliil i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 mj It i ni t- ii r 1 1 1 chamber of I'lnmcrre, dc, tared' during IiIh ml-(lu-n nt ihi' llnlarv club liini'lii'iiii in tin' I'lutiriMitn uf Hotel Tulsa WmI- tll'SllllJ II'MIII. (ll III t'nllserw Space. Kuril a building, In- said, could l cotmirurtcd nf fireproof tniitcrlalii iiml equipped with modern mi nil ii -(lull iiml working convialcnccs, giv ing all Hid fuctlllleii of a largo far lory anil making unneccH'iiiry 1 1 1 erection nf many small fnrlnilcs of perhaps Inferior nrrliltrrtuir whlfh ntn not in (xli'i ii mill which arc con structed cheaply , terminal build ing would iiImk conserve npiirn ami afford liriinnrtnllon fiir-UHhs that might not lio available If i-iirli In- illiNlry wim housed In a tn'piu.itc structure. In building nn industrial 1 1 t r I c t Meyer recommended Unit I here be an Industrial Hurt Ion, then a section of modest homes for workmen anil laborers, thi'ii another wet Inn of In dustrial buildings, Ills lonti'titlon In that this uoulil not only icduro tlm fire lia.anl hut woulil allow workman to llvn within walking dis tance of thi'lr work, cutting down car fur ii and allow liu: tlii'in mure limn with their ifnmlllcH or lot recreation nml amusement. Hecntmo of tlio change In ernfmmle conditions, Meyer believes there 1 ft greater ncrcsslly than ever before for efficiency In ImliiKry. (Ice Chili I jilcrtnln. Music for Wednesday's luncheon was furnished hy n members nfTho Washington uiilvrislty glea club which aiii'ari'il at the high school atnlltoilimi Wcilni'mlay night. These members of thi' cluli a iln tiifirli-; con formed an appreciated Jn. Im ml. y W. It. tltiltierinn, president of flu ttotnry club, who has Mpcnt the pant several weekH In the cast on liehalf of 111 firm, expects to at tend next Wednesday's lunoheon "at Inline," It wiih annouiiceil hy Secre tary Itali)i Talhol, (.'liaileH MoiiHor whm Itntarlan Wednesday. VIADUCT SUPPLIES ETROUTE Mutrrlnl fur iTttiii Awniie "llrlilgc" i:M'Ctcil Ijittcr I'art of Week. Framework material for the t'llen avenue viaduct wan In Monntt, Mo., Tuesday, unit hIioiiIiI leach Tulsa the latter part of t It Im week. Thin Information wiih furtilHhiMl Wednes day to City Kngluccr 0. 13. tlrlKKH hy II. II. drown, assistant Ki'iteral manager, of Springfield anil .1, (1. Taylor, division engineer of Hnpulpa, hnth connected wUh tho Krlson rail road. While hern Wednesday these of ficials gave assurance that tin) 1'rln co crossings on Clnrlnnatl, Main nml Division streets, the, latter In Went Tultm, uru to hu repaired Im- metiiiiteiy. Thu fabricated sleol for tho I'tlca iirnnn viaduct Im ntiout ready to kIiIji from the plant to Tulxa. I'eiiKK'riiiat'her In SkniU. II, Kernnterniarhur, wolfaio worker of tho (.'o.iilrn company, will lie tho principal Hpealter at the tit ular' dinner and mi'ctliiK of the Cherokeci UelKhtM men'H community chili at tl'.no O'clock Thurday eveV iiIiik In tho community Iiouho of tho Huconil rre.inyterlan cnuiTh, There will ho Heveral mimical numlH-rn on the program. KoIIowIiik tho dinner, which will Im nerved by wlvea of club inemlmrH, tliurcKular meetlni; will he held. ' Han Circled World 'Toting Mail Suck in Postal Service Wall.liiK mound tho world m Homo Jaunt, for tint illnlano- In fipproxliuat.-ly 20.001) mllon. Vi't there Im mm man In Tula that Ihin walked t Ii Im miindiine apliiie n couple of tlmcH a dlntmire of '0,000 mlli'H- - and he'n hlU M'eiipllll,' llV'ly. lie In l M. Kuditon, rattler for the local podtntflre, wlione loulo Im hidi'N the niiinlelpiil liulldlni:. Afl.'l flKUiliiK m lenxth Wl Ii tiemll ami p. 1 1"!', HiiiInoii found that lie line, lv-Tf II rt In the nervli e of I'liele Ham, -valki'd r.O.iidO mlleN. utul Unit he hiiN rarrled 5:if..oii(i poiimlN of mail -which In Hume mull IIiIiInoii him rarrled mall for IV Neato, l;t of whlfh have liecii tpent In 'I'iiInii. Mo win tie flint catrlr employed hy the local pnplof flee Im Mentally. MiiiIkoii wrved with (leneiul IVcd ruiiMtnn in Hi- I'hlllppliicN In the 20th Kim nun ii'Hlnunt. lie eullHted In Coinpany (i at liidep.imlence. Kan , w heie he lived i,.fin niovlnx lo Tul-a, In May, INKS SUE FOR FUR LOSSES ill' ( ompuiiy 4 IiiIioh Owner nf IlllllilllIK In lll'xiilllsllili' for Theft li Value of JIIO.II I. AlliiiHm- (hat the xlnrn room which' Die TlllN.I OKeliey of the Hllllkert 1 'in- company occupied xt Vli Houth Main Ntreet, wiih left In an mianfe h k -1 m I 1 1 1 ' I I 1 . 1 1 - I condition dm liu, the ri'inoddlnn oi eratlotiH on the liiilldlnir In the month of Hcptctulicr, l20, ilamaKi'H of $10. II I. fid were asked hy the fur i om pnn In diNtrlct court WeilneNdny HKiiliiKt I,, i:. Itohertn, owner of tho hiilhllmc. .1. II UuriiHldeH, contractor, ami Mih, Carlyln Caffee, leNsee ot the luilldliiK. The fur company cKiIiiih that' It hiHt filrN'lo the v.iliin aNked In the Niilt when tho loro wim htir Klmlr.ed on the nlitht of Keptemher 1 1. IflSn, Heveinl daH prior to tho rubbery, nceordliiK- to the petition, tho con tractor, under no iiKieemeut whip tho owner of the IiuIIiIIiik, remove 1 1 the NkyllKlltN, the hiiiKlur HCieen ' iihciI undor the IlKhtN and closed the iipflilui; so innde, with boanlN no cured with Hllliill iiiiIIn. This, tlw lietltlouer ctaluiH, wiih ni-iilltii-inc on tho part of the owner and contrac tor, and ii H a m-muII of tills alleged rarelcBnuenN, the nloio waa robbed nml the fur company hmt mo"1h to thu valuu of (10,11 I.&0. To llcln Ikenllli t'riisiule, .MIhn llenrlette llatt, utate execu tive of the Modern Health IVumiiIc rommltteo of tho Oklahoma, Klati Health acNoclatlon, will ho In Tulaa the latter part of tho week lo Htart health criiMidrN In the county HohoolM which hav'e not yet breh In ludid In the movement MOTORMEN DODGE ACCIDENT BLAME 4. i Say Faulty Trolleys Are Cause of Car Smashes; Want Publicity That the operator of stre't nirs hetntiKluK to the Tulsa Mlrret linll u,ty (oiop.inv me not rcspoiiHllile for Hu- accldenlH that oiriir, but that the Ida me for Milch ari ldentH Nhnulil ho plnr'vd upon the usn of lmideiiiato mid faulty eiiulpmeul la thn conten tion of the union motortnen ami eomliirlniH cuiployeil by thu direct railway couipmiy. A (ollimltten of two, appointed by the opeiatoiN' body, visited thu rhamlier of (Oinmeicn Widmsilny to explain tin Ir side of the '-fiNe i (he public, iih liny Hit lit. mlKllt be better Informed iin to Why accldenlH occur. The inoloniH'ii and conductors are lo ct tocethei Tbilisday and Nelei ri member of their orKimlatlon who Will attend the Weekly ineetlllK of tho dlretor of the ihnmber ot 'o'iiiu."ie In Hi" tearoom of 1 1 Tulsa I'rlday noon mid lueeent n Nliitement in wrltliiK which will be tend to the illicclora. The stn;et car men contend that whenever iiceldentH net ur on t It company'N Much, the blame In tlHtinlly Placed upon the motorman of tho i ur which purtlcipateH In hiicIi accl denlN. They assert that they rminot iiialutalu the best of control of thesw carM as lout? oh hiicIi iiiih me In a londltlon anil City Will measure Water itSpdvitfniv; Hoard lo Make Trip I'nder (llrecllon nf the mm. pnrtlN.in water commission, ivhlcji tnct TueAilny nflcrnoon, . It. yolway, consitlMiiK ontrl neer for thn city water lUpart meil, left Wednesday niornlriK for (lnind river rind Hpavlnaw iKfk, whero hJ will iirrntiK.' for dally (taiiKes of the vnlumn of water In Kp.ivinaw nnd Inspect lirill, .,il....i I.. I ... - ........ ,, tv,,,., nuppiiifl mr flih'' city. I-mm tn . rcoi.n of tJie dnllv IMIIKIN of Hiuivlnaw. Ilolwny II lo prepare ti teport of tho aver ht'r wi'.!ir..luiiie rhero, for iiiih mlsilon to the water r-untiilxHlon A yaiiK-i of (Iranil rlvr Iiiih beeri liunle by tin. fovei nnient which olul.ilc the neecHHliy fop th d v to do this work? Within the unxt few ilayo tho flit liv personnel 0f the non put tlNim watei (ommlsslon ex pects to motor to the Hpavlnav mid tirand river for -a tierNonnf InsprrtlHii f ,( ,,,,' watyr N lipl.N, not only to view the topoKiaphy of th- l.iml ad Jiicerit (p the Hticims, I, lit to n-o the water voluino ami Its .piahty llllppeil vlcea. with fMllty bulking de BANK DEPOSITS FALL OFF lUinkK Here Show fll.:tlH,;AU.H.-, on .National nod Stall' Cull. Tills, i hanklui; Instltuth iih bad on deposit on December 211 a lotal of IB l.ms.7U0.S.ri, accorilliiK to a im tlnniil ami Nlato bunk call received Wednesday. The tomlltlolt of tile b.inkrt wal as foltoHN: KxchniiKC National, M;i.7l t'entral Nutliuiiil. or.n.17; l-'lrst National, fil!i2, I'nlon Natlottnl, 27i!.l", I'roducerH Ktnte, 12l.r,r: National Hank uf Commoice l2,Kir..sni 0:1; Liberty National. 2.7lS..li7i .Security HtntiM, )l- 87,nnr. r,. DeiioNltH of SIO.'.Tuu on were re noi ted by the Win! TuIk.i Halo bnnk. J27.7SB. It I. ISO,- s,sr.7.- jn.r.ofi, - $1.28! SURVEY EMPLOYMENT HERE I New Orleans .Man lo .Make Itep irt to , I ciienil (iinciimicnl. Ilohert I,. Itussell of Nnw Or'ratiH arrived In Tulsa Wednesday to m ike u thoroiiKh Miirvey of the local cm' ployrnent Hlluatlon. Ilnsnell N one of nine men. connnctod with Die United Htatei ICniployment Ncrvlco now making a survey of all plates, 'I'hflr reports lll later bo sent to Washington and will frtn thn basl of an Important publication. . ItliNsnll li.ia alrcudy cot In touch with the chamber of commerce, the feiU'tai-state ' employment service, tho Tulsa Open Shop nxHoelutluii, ami will within tho next few day vlHlt emploiH of labor to obtain flrwt hand Information ronccrnlmc the labor and employment situation here. REALTY DEALERS MAY BEtXAMINED Bill Being Prepared Here Asking for Board for Quizzing Dealers I'emotiH Avlshlmr to enKB' In the real ("dUto business In Oklahoma will bo required tipnsa nn examina tion nn'to their fltnrwi nnd nuiillflcn- ktloit before a ,bixird of flvu mem- licrnnd to pay un nnnunl license tux of 10 If (tho hill approved hero Tucsiiny nlKht "t n nicutliiK f tho executive commltteo of the Okla homa Ileal llNtato nitioclatlon meets, thn approval of Dm two Iiouscm of: the slate IcKlslatlire. .Merfltt .1, (llnsN. a inemlicr ot th1" board, stated Wednesday that the hill bus Kom lo press and will be ready for distribution within a few 1 dayn. It provides that at least three i ninmberM of the hoaid to be appoint. I eit by tho Kovcrnnr hIiiiII .have been ' enifiiKml In Die real estate- business for ten yearn previous- to thu ap pointment i The object, nccordlriB to (IIiisn, Is1 to raise tho slamlaril .of thu real eit-l Alv business, , . .i.;, . , Hubert A. Mclllrney ("tinernl Director. Phonu 4Sf)-191-91.14. 321 Houth Main.- Advt Garment Making Course mh. wt t j Af-l. CUnnl Tho cabinet of Die Kpworth league LlHtcd in Night School, Avnw M K rmrcK south, will hold its Tfn . at 8 o'clock Thursday . the homo of V. I', Itu.l There nro eleven enli i , flartnejit mnltlntt, n now course In f nlKht sebool nt tho Tinsa niRu. w' bo started the Inst of tho month. It was nrinounrcil Wednesday that rctj Istrntlon for tho new clasa had nl ready been started. There are 700 HtudenlN enrolled In the nlKht iMss'-h and Dm lndlciitlonH arc Hint '"rKO number will bo Inrluded In thin course. Ilti Uefluerj- 'ItirmiKli i:vlmnKf. Purchase of part of tho iiViterlnlH for n lefineiy to bo erected In ItmiKCr. Texas, 18 helm successfully iieKolUueri throuKh the oxchnnKn bureau of tho Purclnitftnt,' AkciHn association of Oklnhomit by H. I'. Major of the Hutnblo PM HeflnlfiR Co. of Houston, Texas. Major spent Weilnesdny In Tllls.1 Rauch.& Lang Electric Seriei C-45 painted dark blue, upholstery unuually good. Whaley Motor Co. 103 West Second PRESTIGE Cotisclenllous set vice coiubln Iiik scientific knowleilm- and skill builds a purfeimloniil rep utation which wltlitamlN any chnrncter of conipetltlon, A prestlKo Ho developed assures any optometrist of a IiIkIi pco feNsloual stanillin; In the actlvo life of Ills coinmuully and pro duces un ever-lncreaslniT cli entele. .May Wn AiJImi Yon'.' HANNIS Optical Coinpany orro.MKri'iiiKTK I'hoiii' Cedar (10(1 lion South lliiHton Cinderella Boot Shop THURSDAY, FRIDAY SATURDAY SPECIAL $7.45 Sizes 1 In S AAA to C i Special Attention to Mail Order In Hlnck Kid, Mack Satin. faf f. in i t niacK niiiue, itute iia aim llroivn .So;i, Cinderella Boot Shop "Hosiery Too" One Door South Majestic Theater. 408 South Main Street SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY FRIDAY AMP Jacobs Mcrchantile Company 218 to 226 The Big Store on E. First Street. GROCERY DEPARTMENT Pti;-e White Cane Gran ulated Sugar, per lb oC 10 lbs. 80c Babbitt's Cleaiincr, P 15e cans J Tall cans of Cks Milk Ut, Pancake Flour, 1 A per pkj? llt Peanut Butter, OA - per lb iUL 1 pk. Irish Pota- QKi toes, OOC 1 tjt. Nature's Best Pure !!J 58c Citjer, per KQ iiuart iJOU 1 gal. can TQ Apricots I Ot 1 gal. can TQ, Peaches lOC 1 gal. can Red Pit ted" Cherries 23 MEAT DEPARTMENT Best Creamery Butter, 10 47c Hamburger Steak, ( per lb tC Pork Sausage, Q per lb C Beef lloasL 11 per lb. . . 11C Chuck Steak, 11.. per lb 11C Dry Salt Plates 1 r per lb IOC Best Dry Salt Meat, at, !1T :18c Armour's Hams, AQ per lb ijC Independent n 4 Bacon, lb AQC Pure Lard, No. 5 QET buckets ODC No. 10 buckets $1.53 15 lb. can (Ir QQ Coiiipouml pOOCJ ARTHUR FRANKS Manager itosi: wondkii is '.i.Li-:iiv Til I J I.IVI.VC X-ltAY" Ib'ciiuse she finds your ailment" wlllioiil jour tcllbm lirr an) thluir. She does It abvolutclj without rhufKo. .Not ii rlalrvoyant! Not n SplrlUinllst: 1 1 iriiht I'lflli St. ToImi, Okln. O.-aso .-.HO.". STORKS STORES 0. E. HAVENS 117 East First St. West Tulsa Across From Postoffice 100 lbs. cane 0Q rrjr Sugar PO.D 1 case, 100 bars P & G T" $6.50 10 tar. P & G 65c 100 lbs. beat fl0 OK potatoes ..P0 1 box fancy Jonothan :;""e3 $3.00 L'fcd..$i.oo Zlbs: $5.00 "It Paus to Pay Cash" 0. E. HAVENS Headquarters for All Food Supplies '17 East Fire: St. H. Gary's Cash Grocery srrcKssoit to s. v. KNorri:.v mii i:ast adMiiiai, , "WE UNDERSELL THEM ALL" Grocery Department Meat Department IM'lh. suck ttar None Hour 4S-11). such liar None Klour .j. . . . I-'ancy Kusse.tt I'otatoes, lk. Kresh Country i:kbs. per dozen , i Hale's Leader Cof ft;, per pound Pea berry Coffee, per pound . , it.' & K. Coffee. per pound Tali Can .Milk Spiull Can Milk No. 2 Can TomatocH No. ' Ked Pitted Cher ricH. per can Pure. Vhlto Cano SiiRar, per pound : $1.45 $2.80 39c 69c 33c 33c 52c 10c 5c 9c 29c 9c llrookfleid, Orund I'rle or .Meadow (lold Mutter, fTP- per pound tlv (lem Nut or Wilson'H Oleo, tier pound Compound Uird, per pound , Arinour'M Star skinned whole or half, per pound Kwlft'H Premlupi Skinned Hams, whole or half, per Qfn pound OUC (iood medium weight Hreakfast llacou, whole or half, tier pound 4 to ti lircakfntit llacou, whole or half . , . . Choicest rut foreitiarter Iteef Iloam, her, pound I!IbbollliiK beef. porN poiiud Chuck Htead, ier pound Choice round or loin steak, per prttind 29c 13c hams. 29c 30c 35c 15c 10c 15c 30c THESE PRICES GOOD REST OF WEEK Our Motto: Vi IH'llvtT. 'Quick Miles and Miiall profllH fur ctisli." Phono Omikc 77 Quality,, Selection and Price Always Better at PIGGLY WIGGLY "All Over the World' Armour's Swift's Pre mium nnd Wilson's Cer tified Bacon, per lb Pure White Cane Sugar, 10 lbs White House Coffee, per lb. . . Hale's Leader OOXn Coffee, per lb. 0U 2 i' Quail Coffee, guaranteed the best, per lb Purity Nut Oleo Brookfield Butter Gem Nut Qleo Armour's Nut Ola Wilson's Nut Oleo Gem Nut colored 50c 89c 43c 43c 22c 52c 28c 28c 28c 41c Lincoln Colored Wilson's Certi fied Oleo Lily Oleo, Colored . Crisco, ' 1 lb. . Crisco, 1 lbs Crisco, lbs Crisco, G lbs. . . . Crisco, tf 1 trr 9 lbs jfti.y Swift's Premium Pure ica $1.10 Swift's Premium Pure Lard, (Trt Si 10 lbs VLi.3 Swift's Jewel Shortening, 4 lbs. DOC 34c 34c 42c 23c 33c 61c $1.21 service Mecca Cafe 105 East-Third Street New Danie liuilding THK HIGH COST OP LIVING HAS BEE5i GREATLY REDUCED AT OUR CAPE We serve strictly fresh country eggs. Our poultry is A No. 1 quality, killed daily. . Our meats are the best money can buy, picked by our agent in Kansas City, who hits selected our meats for fifteen years. Wo -pay as much for our coffee as any of our competitors in Tulsa, which we are now serving at five centsper cup, formerly ten cents. And wo use pure cream in our coffee. - Mecca Special Lunch, with coffee, tea or milk nnd desert, fifty cents. We appreciate your patronage and will endeavor to give the best the market affords for less money. 1 have managed the House of Lords in Joplin, Mo., for fifteen years, 111 11 1 I 1 . . . - '. ami n is Known an over me country lor good steaks and foods nf ;i 11 kind . ' MECCA CAFE Strictlu Sanitaru. IKE MINCKS, Mor and Prop. 4 HalHburton-Abbott Co. I'lionc (All Potmrtmcnt) 1.00 Member Open shop (Squnro Ileal) . Asoclntlon Member IH-iut lluslm-xn llurcnu Today, a Day of Savings Opportunities Prices Exceptionally Low Ml Silk arid Wool j Dresses Half Price I Wide nnd varied selection!) of dresses for street J buslnesn and afternoon wear winter Btylca In I voKtie now. , A Group of j Fine Coats, Half Price Some of the most desirable coals. In our lunse. nnd varied stock nro to ho found In this col lection nt one-half price. Other Coats 25 Less All Blouses ClinU'c nt 'A Less Petticoats Cliolt'P nt i Less All Wool Skirts A limited stock of wool skirts, ench one offer ing splendid service. Your choice at Vz Price . All the Negligees Also breakfast coats. Jap kimonos, podded robes and short padded Jarkrls, corluroy robes Third Flixir. x2 Pr ice Sale of Velvets and flushes at Half Price Fine Chiffon Velvet Excellent hoft finish velvet In many attractive colors: for Bults, dresses nnd wrnpn; 40 Inches wide. 1 Iteirulur prices reduced 5 "o . Velour Velvets V Exquisitely rlrh velvets In fnM pile nnd fast dyes; 31 Inches wide; taupe, brown, navy und black. 1 ltegular prices reduced " Choice Plushes Tine quality plushes. Imitative of beaver nnd moleskin furs, for trimming roata nml scarfs; (12 Inches wide; xccllent quality. IIcruIuV price - reduced " v ...... Scarf Plushes Corneous plushes In novelty weaves and plain colors, for scarfs, coats nnd collars. Jtegular reasonable. 1 prices reduced , "" Sornnit, l-'loor. Splendid Woolen Specials Wool Velours. 54 Incites wide; excellent finish, choice, of u Rood range of colors. Thursday, A Qr tho yard, special XtJO Wool Trlcotlne, high crude; nil-wool quality; At Inches wide; shown In black, sray nnd A tr' brown. Thursday, yard, special 4."D Wool IMnlds In extra Rood wool velours and mctkvh, 54 Inches wide und sood selections. ? (fi Thursday, the yard, special D.UU Chiffon llroadcloth, &4 inches wlie; our finest iiual lty with satin finish; Rood color range. f t Thursday, tho yard, special D.UU I'olo Contliur in plain and novelty patterns; sood weight and all wool; 54 Inches wide. tt "1 O Thursday, tho yard, speclul D.A" ' S"oinJ Floor Staple Goods Specials STliK'li. Press GIiirIuiiii In plaids; nn odd lot. t ? Special lut 33-ln. I'ancy IMnld :ins- liums In good quality zephyrs. Bpuclal nt 32-ln. IK'vonsliIre C I o t It for kiddles clothes In fast Colors. Special nt 32-ln. I'llssc Cropo for ki monos In fancy patterns., Special at 39c 39c Rood pat- 27-ln. Fliinclettes in quality nnd fancy terns. Special 27-ln. (ilnglinniM In good quality and good patterns. r:.1?: 25c 32 - In. I'ancy M u () rn s KlilrtliiK, Imported rnmllly. Hl'eflnl, tho - yard A.Ot) 32 - in. IMLsso Ulidewii inent CrvH! In ji toll y colors. Special 3?)C 19c1 Household Linen Specials 'Bleached 8 li c c 1 1 n , In heavy quality., Kf Special UUI lel Sprcnds, scalloped, cut corners, largo O (p? size. Sncclal &&- Itt 32-ln. l.lncn XnikliiH good quallry - f f( dozun, spcl... J.U.UU Unbleached l.lncn Tiihlo Dattinsk In good quality, yaPrCdIn.,'..,,.t:r..... 2.50 Second Floor Kill That Cold With CASCARA E QUININE FOR Colds, Coaghs 'OMv AND Ka Grippe Neglected Cclda arc Danj;croug Taki no chancas. Keep this ctar.clard rctnc:7 har.dy for the first sn. Breaks up a cclil.in 24 hours ricllovca Orippo in 3 ilas Uscol'.ent forHeoikchs Qulnlna In this form does r.o: of.act t!:3 hcstl Carcara Is boct Trr.U Laxative No Op!ato In llZl'c, ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT