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TbLSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1921.
Sews of Muskogee 500 MAY ATTEND G. 0.PJUBILEE first Annual Lincoln Day Celebration to Be Held Feb. 12.' Lt . lo Tho World. Ml SKOOhM. J II- - Mote tl'iiti 5'o repuM.cnnH front tliu hccoiiiI ron rrfwlon.it district nml oilier partH if iho Mnto nro pxpoctril to bo In MufkuKfe whi-ti the 11. O. 1 organl Mtim UoMn I,s t,rKl l'tncoln f," v ...lebrntloii unit limuiuel huro nn ivi.ruury 12. "Dynl-ln-woor re iiublkans Ihto nro mukltiR rlulior t' ulani rr rfceptloH of party " mi,Ci , wliu will b ulitrci'd ly nn nf national prominence. "tj,., , icbrallon wllU bo In llio t.ainri' if Jollification over thu ! ..'.. i... i, pMiilti-il locally In thu full CllC'l I' IO.1 rfIIvo ivuiitlinini I(r W. Hastings, ot'inocraiio uii'boi Tho namcH of Senator jamisi Watson of Indiana, Ilnyinond itobMna of Chicago, and former Sonal r Slierninn of Illlnoln, am itnone the men mentioned for prln utMi tl ""' tianipifi. The nici'tlnK will lift one of bov cr.il licld In different imitH of the lUtc mxt month to talk over nloc tu.n rcniiltH nml plan for capturing ,(,. gnvrrnornhlp In 12 tor tho (! O, I it. .1.1 lli-iitili Mot'Llnir. Tho flrn meetltiB of tho Oklahoma Public Health association inai nua been held outslilo of Okluhoma City, Is sot mr .1.1 oU'i'lU'H VLnkngco i Jritury o 1 iJnFiil (or tl Is sot for January .i-j-. uumutu ui ru-rllviit work liclns dono by nurces, juiea nunuvuz, of the auaouiatlun, ar- tho meeting hero for pur poses of Invtruetlon. A banquet unu tf.l llru I1II1UI1K low umviiiiii.iii ... features planned. I!umi .Milam Again In Trouble IlmmV Mlhim. MuskoKce'fl no torlous police character, has been bound over to tho dlntrlct court im it, (l jOO bond on chargCB of high ay robbery and uB.fault with Intent to kill in i-onnoctlon with a booze i.arly In a local roomltiK house sev ml weeks aBO. Tho action 1h thu result of tho work of tho new county atlorncy. I'orcy Uiimin, who mild whin lie took office thut ho would try hard to prosecute the man who no luns has evaded long sentence In Jlunkogee. Youthful Distiller Again "Ca unlit. Helrjsed from Jail taut month after serving a bIx months' gentence for drilling, Wilbur Kelly, 16-year-old negro boy, whoso $2,000 bank acr iunt was attached a year ago, nn.l then taken in fines by tho gov im riant, is again In tho tolls. Yjjiir Kelly wan being held to ila iv federal authorities under J. ,000 bund on charges of dlHlilllug. He will be given a preliminary hear ing fltunlay before United States CominL-slonor It. 11. Xlountcastle. Sues Wife for 37.'i,000. II. II. J.owIs of llreckenrldgc, 1 xae, filed HUlt in federal court to , v tr t r. n o 1 1 iiuniaups for aliena te n of his wlfo affectloiiH toy lloy li.ngham of Miami. Ethel Lowls lietl null for divorce, withdrew It and filed another In XiUa county bevausu of Uingham'H pleadings, It Is alleged. THEY BURNED THE EVIDENCE Uffkvr '. lire to Suspected Com nml lteiMisc Was Immediate. DyAMOCiatnl Prfis Stats Wire. OKLAHOMA CITY, Jan, B. ted fral enforcement officers and dep uty sheriffs of I.oinui county, who wire rald.ng a country residence 12 miles north or Terry ycsinruay were undecided as to tho nature of a fluid they ,iw on tho floor. They struck a match to It and tho fire which resulted threatened to de stroy Iho house. They .were satis fied It was "moonshine" but the tct destroyed tho evldfcnce. The uwncr of tho houso was not at homo when jho raid was made. A war rant has been sworn out for his "rest It was said at tho enforce- ytnt men's office here today. HEFT DUE TO SHELL SHOCK Caught In the Attempt to .Make Off With Furd Car. UltOIUKlHT, Jan. 5.- Hilly Mpp, an ex-servlco man who was tho victim of shellshock during tho ArKonno drive, during an Irrational moment Saturday night, attempted to m.ike off with a Kord car here. The noise made while cranking tho ear awoke tho family from whose homo ho sought to tnko tho nachinc, und they Interferrcd and tailed a Hllccman, Tho unfortun ate man was tnkrn to the station houso for tho night, being releasee! to tho caro of hll father tho .fol lowing day. Members of tho focal post of the American lglon aro In ItrrcktliiL' themselves In hla caae. and ls body plans to make' an effort" iu uuiiiin sanitarium treatment tor no unfortunate niah, This Legislator Flies to and From Capital in His Own Airplane i,f "?f Vtt" "'' Wr. OKLAHOMA CITY'. Jan. fi. oio aerial method of travel Iibh ''(en adopted by (I. K. Iavldson, "I'UDllcun momber from Arnett. ,v" Lctinty, of tho lower houso of toe. Oklahoma legislature. Ho ar J veil n Oklahoma City today, 'lying his own plane. Ho circled over tho cupltof, ditipplng lltcra uire, iieforo descending. Davidson said ho intondod to ' to mid from Arnott 1durliig tho kcpsion whoncver tho weather reruilis. jiu ft lan(j owner of tj i-.illa county. To Curo a Cold In Ono Duf ofrtv.v.rJV(!'H I'AXATIVB BROMO W Mh ,tab!et- Tho genulno zn h. "'Bnaturo of K. W. Grove. iCj-rAdvt. z Dennis Flynn of Opinion I That Stringent Period Has Passed Over Crisis gprcM to TIib World I'ONCA CITY, Jan. i. -HukI-nous conditions are Mrmlity be coming better and will conllnuo to Improve henceforward, nccordlng to Dennfs T, Hynn of Washington ' and Chicago, former detigate In congress for ten years from old Oklahoma territory. "1 believe that we have reached tho bottom so far as the present MrliiKcm-y U r.inci.rned nml that we will now go iihead on a stable bash of busi ness," dtclared I'lynn, who spent J i sterility here with ,1. J. Median-. It was tenuis Klynji, who, while in congress, secured the enact ment of the net that gave fue homes to all tho settlor on gov eminent lands Oklahoma terri tory, nml for yea fa ho waf known ns 'Tree Homes-' Klynn. Tleentiso of t li Ix act he uhh very popular with the farmers and It was aald that for j ears there were, more farm boys g(ven the name of Den nis Wynn at christening time than of any other public man. Cm-k Indians to Meet. !! Anf lalnl I'm Htntu W'lrn. OKlICUlKi:, Jan. fi A meeting of Creek tribesmen will bo held In the Okmulgee city hall next Tues day morning to Indorse n member of, the trlbo for principal chief to suc ceed tho late Captain O. W. (irnyson. Thousands Are Nervous Wrecks Cross, Crabbed and Care-worn From Weak, Thin Watery Blood without ever suspecting the real cause of their trouble Iron-starvation. A New York Phyiician tiy that MORK THAN ONK-HALF THE POPU1.A TION OF AMERICA PERISHES 11EFORE MIDDLE AGE and that one ol the chief contributary cautei of thii letrible naite of human life ii the deviuliiing tal- oen brought on by lack of iron in the blood. THERE ARE J0,000,000,00:,000 RED BLOOD CORPUSCLES IN YOUR BLOOD AND EACH ONE MUST HAVE IRON. An sormcKH number of people who ought to be itrongi vif oroui and in the prime of life are constantly complaining of weak nervei, headachei, paini acroji the back, disturbed digestion, shormen of breath, a (;cneral "run-down'' condition, melancholy, had memory, etc.. when the real cause of all their suffering is IRON STARVATION OF THE BLOOD. The proof of this Is shown by the fact that wlif n otianic Iron Is suppllrd to their blood, that all their multitude of symptoms oftrn quickly disappear and the very mfn and womtn who were formftl so complalnlnt row become trom. healthy and viforout. wllh rvrn dla posltions and a tunnv. cheeiful nalutr. Nature put pltnty of iron la the hutks of grains and the skin and prels (if vrsttablrs and fruits to enrich your blood, but modfrn methods tit rookery throw all these thlnis away hence the alarming Increase, in recent years, in anakmla iron starvation of the Wood, with all IU attendant Ills. If you arr not wfUing lo ta hack to nature thfn you should tat"neie such lronontalnini vegetables aa spinach and cariots and reinforce them by taking a little orginic Iron from time to time. Hut he surethrlronyotilake Is organic Iron and not metallic Iron which rople usually take. Metallic Iron Is Iron lust as it comesirom the action of strong adds on small pieces of Iron WHAT THISJS THE FOURTH DAY Some of the Credit Men of the city rqport that Hcveral credit users have ignored the well meant appeal of Pay Up Week. They have doubtless considered that i'or some reason the pub lic invitation to Pay Up did not applyito them. You may not be one of them. We sincerely hope that you are not. But if you should happen to be, what are you going to do about it? Are you going to let pride, indifference, or whatever it may be, ruin your credit? The Credit Men do not want to place the "not good for credit" record after your name, but, unless you show a good intention, they will have no other choice. They took you at your word, they placed confidence in you. Arc you going to betray that confidence? They have been more than lenient' with you. Are you going to repay them with indifference? They have your interest at heart as much as their own. Are you going 'to assassiniate your own char acter? inform the world that you are unworthy of confi dence, not a fit person to trust, even for a small amount? Following Pay Up Week tho Credit Men will exchange lists of those who failed to see them, who ignored the invitation 'to "get right." YOU DON'T WANT YOUR NAME ON THAT LIST! For it takes years to live down a ruined credit; some times it can't be done in a life-time. If you arctonc of thono who has ignored Pay Up Week this far, it's high time you decided what you are going to do about your credit. ' YOUR OPTION ON YOUR REPUTATION HAS ' ALMOST EXPIRED! SEEK TO REVISE ELECTION LAWS Republicans Plan to. Offer Reform Measure in the Lower House tly Amoclalf.l rnuTstntf Wire. OKLAHOMA CITY, Jan. 6 lie- vision of tho state election laws, ' which may assume drastic propor tions was being tnlked In tho cloak-1 .room and corridors at the state capl- t j tol today by icpubtican members or tho lower house, many of whom Indicated that n bill, drawn Under' the supervision of James A. Harris, i republican national committeeman and chairman of the repiib'an slate central committee, would probably be presented. ' The bill, they Indicated, voiild be In keeping" with election teforms! promised by tho republicans 'on i November 2. it was nlso considered probable that the democrats might present a plan for reforming the election ma chinery and If such Is tho case a lively encounter Is forecast. None of the republican legislators would Indicate definitely the nature of their proposed statute, but It was understood the reform Contemplated ami Is therefore an entirely different thing from organic lion. Organic Iron is like the Iron In lour blood and tike the iron In spinach, lentils and apples. It may he hail from your drug gist under the name of Nutated Iron. Nutated Trim represent organic Iron In such a highly condensed form that one dose nf It Is estimated to be approilmately equivalent (In organic iron content) to eating one-half quart of spinach, one ouait ol green vegetables or half a dotrn applet. It'a like taking citract of lw-f In.learl iA estlne nounrf of rae&t. Over a.ooo.ooo people annually arr using KUiareu iron, ii win nor injure me ireiii nor disturb the stomach. A few dotes will often commence to enrich ynur blood and revit alise your wornnut, eahaustrd nerves. Your money will he refunded by the rnanufactnrets if you dd not obtain satisfactory results. Iletiart of substitutes. Always insist on having genutn organic Iron Nutated Iron. Look for the'let teni N. I. on every tablet. At all druggists. Are You Going to Do About Your Credit? Associated Retail Credit Men . of Tulsa -r I tho tearing ilown of the present par linmentnry machinery and the In vestment of county ilerks of cer tain authority In election adminis tration. It was Indicated that some repre sentative from the rent nil part of the state would present tho bill, John Appleby, feeretiuy of the republican state eeutlal committee, T Say fellers, theres two things I like with my PostToastses lots of room and no competition! Superior . Corn Y lakes ABigDrop cJell-0 2pachiqes The Genesee Pure Food Company, Le Roy. N.Y. v St n sild todiis he hid nien a opy of an election reform Mil at lepublb-an headiU.irtrin. . II,. deiliucd, how ever, that he did nol know who drew It or what Its terms were, llntlMiin Hn minis that have been worked for inme tbnii 300 enln have reached a depth nf 2,300 feel with the i h hnes i.f tlio ore im re.islng as the uorlilMK- lb tcend. w V JFk CkthThe LircLiNC or-p.A,- 1, it. Opfflthl lyio.lhi llouic tof KupprMiclutcf The greatest values in severaj Ye'ars- N Choice of any Kuppcnhcimei; Suit in the house ','aVakMaHBaWMBMJgfc((HH 7, a ffvir if 'mH LUT INSURANCE SHNVZ The NEW YEAR brings new busi ness responsibili ties which can be best protected by an AETNA COMMERCIAL POLICY AVDavonport GentAgt iTMA Life Insurance Ca 2?-220 PalaceBW&. lomblou no afcento, Phcne 05age 105 (or appointTnflTta Our Watch, Clock and Jewelry Repairing Has Increased 200 the Last Four Weeks There's a Reason A positive guarantee in behind all work. Should we fail to repair your watch or clock to your satisfaction, bring it back and we will gladly re- pair it again without charge. Positively 'no hold-up in prices here. Our men are mechanics of years of experience. A square deal guaranteed, for it is (it John'The Ring Mini's place, the man who sells to a child the same as to an adult. Foiu" years in business customer that will claim that he misrepresented his goods. CALL AT 11 SOUTH BOSTON AVE., Vz BLOCKS SOUTH OF FRISCO STATION THANK YOU. $43 Gurtis oBroffti Co. the house of Kuppenheimer clothes) 1 1 itixA J I KIHL ff ILL CONVINCE! YOU. NOTHING that we could convince you of the J Tablets as a personal trial. We can tell you of thousands who have been permanently cured of chronic constipation, indigestion, biliousness, sick headache and disorders of the stomach and liver, but this will have little weight with you as compared to a personal trial. That always convinces. j in Tulsa and John challenges ..nyone to find a 6ay would so thoroughly value of Chamberlain's Cuticura Soap Will Help You Clear Your Skin T I