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TULSA DAILY WOULD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1922
BIG CROWD SEES POLICE BENEFIT Generous Applause for Show Which Will Ho Repeated Tonight An iMlhiixlMtl- nil .piwuilvr mntlcnr of nearly a thommut l ron Krtil thn I'olli'P IIMiafll "how al lis npenlntT prtnrmnci at tho 0nvntlufl hall W Mlnit' lilht. f i .iiiontly tntorriiittlngr with pon tanonos outburst of applsu ami In-istant eonim.1 for nu'nraa. In fl. dny of b .i midline and hark tiyiil Hi'U". tht. unusual orltlnatlty and varOtjr of th hill, and the Mrarnbln rwpunna of th audleito. liiirtncert k i "Miplot meord thai wnr h lral to both audlnno an1 Iw-rforiiiTa and ronirlbuli-d a rui' uf nhaolute micpmh for Ih ahow. An art ti n Wlriiliirljf rum- in n.1d wu lhal offm-d br th "Hnhin Uii(r" 11 miariH if arttart )ii onanf rxniliiliiii ir difficult iil,in!lc number nnd nf popular iiii'l"diw In . vrlM of aolo and Itrotip selection, brewintsd a pro gram mil to b imalml off lha oir Hllr '. Ml Van IuM," th nonrntio nf Ilia croup, dlanlaywd n wtulrful ldinlfMii In hr Marti tlmi of a illffloull aria from tli Itnllun nprra, Im Koraa dl 1 tlna. "It ItcaMlMMa Nlhl." from Him of Hoffman, rtmdril by the K' nip alo vslltmtly out nf. Hlite .VI Is van l.tivti. thu lllllrt Imluilc Uukmi' HrnHllny. barytone; Kay Hhatition, triior, and Aili lalilo lliirhanan, rontralto. "Tim Marl Ki'llsv Hannttra," pro rturnl an Mffllrn' exhibition nf ilulr hiiiI folk nam III In group i nil Individual nliliilif is. IIHliy Dull .inrilrn, 'In 11 xlnainK anil rtanrliiK in i ilinpliiyfil uniimiitl nblllly for her tiar inn) ili'llKlitnil tlin uitillHu'o with )!' pctoonnllly, WhII Hint IlliiKi'i'l In a comedy kIiikIhk and ilunrliiK ml. nml Oil Wllllmii trio. III nl lin ing hiiiI willy illuliiKUi'-, furnished tun (oiiiMly fur the nrnianlim. Tho lull mi conrliidHil with nil unusuiit ly koimI lliiunllnti troupe. Thi- name liorforntatico will ho 111 TlmrMliiy night. Ttiomi In i liarajM 1rlr to reiiti't that person -wnti reservcu uinir seats inr "Wiulni'sdiiy nliilit Mtul fulled In fit tend, liavn their thket oicIiuiimhiI for Tliiiimlny nlKht' nhow to avoid t (infusion in rputliifr. STRANGE STATUS IN ISLES I'lilllpplno I.iMiiIrr Knyii U'imhI .Must Milium ( iililnri If lln Wiiiiim Mippnit, MANILA, I'. I., Ort 11 An llt trroHtlntc jKiiltli'Dl rllimtlon Iiuh ilr ".rloppil on n ri'iiult of imnnuiK'Ciiient if Itiiimtiir Alni:rii, (inn nt tliii iml litlvlt piirly Icadutn, that Clov, (li-n. 3,p(nuiril W'iiihI tuti nn rim a vol Ifctlvlft rnliliirt If ho ili'-lrcM ho aiitipnrt of nny pnrty In tho Ii-kIb-Jiiliiri'. It In lognnttil tin poKnlhlo th'it lovirnor (Iciiornl Wood inny nvold the i.ihlni't Ihhiio hy infuitfiiK tho Ii'-ltiiiiillon of tho Pte-enl iiicintn.ru. t Ih luHlhlo aiirli H nlvi would vtf tall u policy of notu'o-cpertitlon from the rolii'i'tlvlntnn who inntrol tho wimto ntnl nit iiiioIiiIiiiiuh. tlovernor Wood will miiIhiUI n fnur-yimr IcKltilutlvn jiroKritm to tho Iffllnlnttirn when It coiivoiiva Moiuliiy. OIII'AIN' UCSSIAN Olli ItlGHTK liitcniutlonnl IlnniMlnll rorNirntloii llnrkril t'i hy Smlrt. WAV YOIIIC, Ort. 11. Henry Mhkoii I)ny, prrnldrnt of tho Intor imtlonnl lliinmilnll corporation, toil")- returned from Kumli. with wlmt lie chilmeil to ho thn flm contruct with ii forelitn concern t" h rntlded hy nil tho lii'inln of tho unvlet Kv urnment, It una ooncivxloiis for thu development of 400 norea In the 31uku oil In mln. There mm ho tin (Ufatlon an to the denlro of tho wovlet KoveinniHiit to iiiiiKo ponalhln tho entry nf Amer Iran IntereKtN," wild Day. ICiik'hinil Vu)!nii Her llrhln. LONDON, Oet. 11 (Irewt llrllnlu on .Mnndny will dennult ItiO.OHO.OOll with the J'ViIoral Itonervn hiink of New York, .is pait p,iinniii of hunk liitertmt upon the H.J77. 000,000 hnr rinved from the l'nltcil Htatea n wttr time, U wits officially announced thU ilflernnnu. DIRECTTO BLOODSTREAM Sclrntlrio .Mi-IIkhIs ror CiiiIiik DIm'Umi 'i l.KiinMi L'nlil I,iiiy Spcukk Mot Hlchly of tho Intrr-Stiilo lliK tnrn ntnl 'I'hclr 'ririilini'iit. There are ninny metlioUs for treat lliK dlwimoa. lerhHp tho Kiciitiiit ndvancetiient In thu trentineiit of jduhhorn, llimerliiK diacafea hax lieen tho thoroiiKh ntudy nnd uae of lntravenoiia (direct to tho hlood Htieam) niethoiln. .Many oiulitloiiH that lmvo not Jleldid lo other mi'ih u1h of tiefltinent hava been rured In thU way. Tho Intel -ritutn Doctoia have ninny teatlinonlHla fiom pi r onH who wr cured of Incipient Lunir Trnuhlot, Urlifhfa Dlwiiee. etr The follow Ina; from Mr l,ln Tur ner of Knlil, ahould ho of Intureat IJnld, Ok In . November S. 1010 1 hiul heon 111 for two yearn nnd IihiI tuken iiulle a lot of treatinc n. J had ftotlan en 1 could not even get up town and could do no houiwwork aiany of my fiicnda thiuiKht 1 win aufferlng fiom iiibcri'iiloeiH Mv welxht hud I'luiit dow.i to about 'ne jiundred pound. on Auicukt H, 1819, I called on th lnlrr-Hlnie UoctorH. In one mouth'N time they lid wundmn for nm; In m.inv re epecta I am nil well ua over. 1 cheer, fully recommend the lntcr-Htnte Doctor to all allhiK person. WHB. IDA TUll.NKII. 41S Bat Malt. They have helped thounand b.vk to health. Komn lmvo Veil cured In one treatmont (urh us vrlcoo and other enlarKcmeiil.) Tho illHcanp.'i trentcd by the Inter Btuto Docturn are all chronic din rates of tho blood, in rye, kidney, liver and ttnmiuh, Includlni; cu tnrrli. rlieummlmi, IndltiMtlou. rou. hlljiatlon, nouralKla. iiervoutno, lo of norvo force, Koltte, call .tone, dUeave of women mid dl en(H of men, They nro prepared to m1mlnltr the cenulno ITench 914, The. TuUa office nro nt :iS-I15 Security lildir, corner Mecond nnd Main, Office hour nro 0 to B; eve nlnsa 7 to 8 KmulaiB, 10 to 12 only, r-Advwllsewent, - (U)( 'laiciH Aiinnjf Furinvrn, Who Order j Thvtn Off 1'rcmincH il l.i Th W..rli1 I'.UtHONrt, Kan . f I 1 ' Lolf ptaypi trmiiia a tnw li ,,e )'' -er in (he rutlnial Ion nf l.m i Mtieirti wbn own a farm adjoin lux the Cniiiitry rluli at I'msnna nnd who ha aerved warnlnK "i"t aidf player and i-addli. who rro lido hi wheal field to hunt tiv Rolf hall, will Iw proaaeuted. Hheldt aay that ha loat flva ' r of hr-Ht 11 year leUe golfer anl raddle had Iramaed It town In aerrh of !'df balUt. II " ay that he would tie Kkiil to no oei hi field nt friUenl lntr vhI. plrk up 'be in) Mile and re turn them 10 th club but Hint promlariiiiii lriiilnK inuat lennr. "II loo hard a Ilk to plow and ""id field and th'-n lu tlie top' H'lii'lilt aaya, (Hunt Army Dirifjiblc LuiuIh ul Fort lltitw BL I'AHO. Out. tl HilffeUd by hl wave, aa danaaniua tn her tructtir aa liuirlcann wavaa to a ahlu at mm, tha aiMlit army dlrt slbte C -a United at l'ort Hllaa thi aftnrnoon al 1:41 o'clock from Horn fluid, AreailHt, Oat , hiivInK mad bill una atnp ilurln the 7 60 -mile trip The filaht wa mail In It! hour art mil flyltm time, arenrdlni: to Major II. A. Htrauaa, rotutnaiidliiH ntflrar of tha ahlp. Thn only atop mndn wa near Cochlae, Artr., whet tha ahlp wa furred to land on account of trouble with the Kaaollna feed pipe. A perfect landltiR wa made without nu.v inlehap and repair to the feed pipe wetn effected, Mkourl j:ii- nffir llurin. f'AUTIIAOl'!, Mo., Oct. 10. -Klre rnuaed by nil over-henled engine hefleliiir liirib-hl iti,H(rii,l Mm iOV valor of the Cowitlll Hill Mill roin puny. Compnny official intlmnled ttln Irilw lit 11Rn .000. fjlnntv 111, in. and bimhel of wheat burned. Thu mill proper wa unveil. I'lirnir'a "Mcuior)" Kale. NHW YOHIC, Oct. 11 -".Memo-flea for lHlle,' iiileht well be tacked almvu thn door of four bin cham ber at the l'lflh avenue auction ruoma whbh wore thrown open to day for public limpet turn of the ef feeta of (lernldliie Knrrar, eched nled to he old at public nuctlou next Krlday nnd llnturdny. llciN rliiprvmo III fill-Tin. HONOLULU. Oct. 11 Oeneral DIcterlchH, head of tho Vlndlotok Kovernmiint, nnd hi untl-aovlet force hiivo eurrendernd to the red, iirrni iIIiik to u cubel dimiiitch re- celved loilay hy thn Nippu JIJI. .liip n uneo lnnKU'iRO newnpfiprr heru from Toklo. It In tnted that the eur- ronder of the Vliidlvnatok defendfra now make mo anvlnl aitpromo 111 Klberla. Hvvt Iilca for !'ol!fe. LOUI8VILLI!. Kv, Oct. It. I'rohlhltlou officer who raided oft drink etuuda uto empowered to aenrrh only thiwo ierou timurd !u Ihclr warrant nnd cannot, mo lest patron. Kederal JudKo AValler Kvnn ruled hero todny. M tkl f "It Costs No More To Buy A Kelly" Kelly 713-715 South Cheyenne PIERHEAD JUMPER FIGHTS FOR TICKET: Linger at Docks for i nimncn In Hnv l'.'is!itro to America l.UVtllkV . Til, "iilarhMif Irthin .... a ,.m - er" haa Vieroine a, prominent flur j at noin nouinampTon ami Mver pool. The Kraal homeward rnh of Ameri can tnurui ha brooaht him bark Into exlstanr. A Jumper I a gentleman who ha been I old al the ahlppln office In l.oiidnn Uiat there I no mrnmnw ilnllnii In the neat l earner for New Vork Neverthalra. hoping atalnit hope be e to one nf I ha port and puis In Imiuirle whether any paaaenfer ban bean detained hy lllmna or in Kent bualnea. If an. he offer hlg nionay fur lha vacant berth, and "lump" on board qul kly before ii von can foretall him ltla:ht up to the moment nf aall :n he llnuera on the pleihead and e-imrtlme ha hire a many aa half a doten "runnera" tn aealnt him. If nothing avail then ha will make a dlrart offer tn a departing pan ogr tn -ell him a paaangn at a profit. Hut the shipping compan ies look upon his nriii'tice with n tern eye. a they keep a waiting I wnii n gin ny atrict priority. Jiarauax all the trnnaatlanllr line are now booked up right to tbe end of this month to thn axlrnt of their apHcity, the grent rus4i now la on tha Csnnillun line. In cnnaeqiiencn tnot of Ihesa are now filled In their capacity for tha remainder of the inaaon. llll'lltlfv Until Man. Hclsl In Tha Wetlit. HltlNTOW. Oct. I' Tin mime r,r the man found iIojiiI hero Huiubiy nfternooti I Wnlter ftmlth. At least Hint I the nam found on tho dim It for tl Ml ulvaMl 111 (tin ilnlil njn Hnlurdiiy afternoon by Dm tor Mar tin for nun day' work. Other than that there la no Identification, nnd no one Hern serin to have over neon ttln Infill lii'fotii nr titimv nnvlttl,,. about wliriti he canto from or hi people. The body I tlll belnc hfld by Htubhlefletil Hulllvnn. under- tnkeia. Allies' llcni ut Washington. W'AHIIIN'IITIIV ll 11 A in. of thn elect nmontf thn ulllea' hr roe pawmd tliroiigh Washington late today, paid respects to the nil- Known simitar, worn lecrivcit ny I'ueldent llnrillnk In thu White llflllhtl ,n, I InrfT fi.tilt'lt, Ihnlr slUM'lal train for New Orleans, where, Friday, ns delegate they will he Kin the annual convention of tho I'l'deratloii of Interallied Viilvriina prior to that of the Amorlcnn leglon which open October 10. I'Mi for I'l'iii'ii Time I'nigriitii WAHHINOTON, Oct. 11 A Mtlr rlng plen for homo ervlco work and against nny curtailment of the peaco time program of thn American lied Cross, wan mado tonight hy Mm August llulmout of New York, nit Influential worker In tho orgnnlxn tlnn nnd n memher of It central Kommlltee, In an nddres befnro thn annual convention. Thn Rcsslnti which was tho last formal ono of tho meeting hern waa ptesldud over by Chief .lustlce Tuft, Tire Sales Company JAfv fjoiiff Democrat tJrfic.H Frivndu Come ()::t for John Field 1 -I "I to I Mil nrld, nr.ili nt II- NVwion Ilur h.II, a lifelong imorrnt, and m il in Ms eighties, writea long II I', t to one of tha local dallies, Idling bv be Ian I'lelda man lliu ui l is the oldest ' Jlela" III th state llurweir letter begin, "Hternnl vigilant I th price of lll)rlv," and adda that h will lake plena urn In voting for Field for governor YELLOW DOGS HAVE TIME .Vow Order rnrinally llotllrnto Ne lliiinr uf lli'iirti'llu llooetcr, ell I., Ih Warld IIKNIIYIITTA. Oct. 11.- follow ing the usual lualom of dedlratlng any building uf eonaauuenca umnng thoM In tha public eye, the llaury elln Kennel No I, Moat Illustrious and lllumlnaied Older of Yellow !iih, mad a raid on the new home of Hacratary Hen (' Kastln of the clwimlier of rotnmerce. and turned It Into a howling hippodrome of bark ing choruses, during hu h 1 1 prom inent builneeu men we id Initiated Into thn mysteries of tho order, nnd mado full-fledged lommoii rver dy fIr-M'rtihlng bnur-hurying yellow dog. iippletnenled by n lum beoti nf Imt dog, near beer and rheese and haul sandwiches nnd rat tall i-lg.irs Afirr i lin-lnx n smir or inure of Hi ovei the roof nnd up ttir hII'-. the Keiietnr'H new home was di'laied foimallv opened lor IiIh f i. in 1 1 v anil the rripllin of I heir biped friends, who nro kindly disposed to irooil dun. ;4-H--t-'it ? Home-made Remedy X Stopt Cougha Quichty . j T Hie lst rnwib me.nrlne ten er y T li-ril, A fslnllji eiiiir rntllr nml rjubklr insilf, hairs sImiiiI It, -'H'4--r-H- You in lull fc lie surprlicil (o know Unit the I'P-t thing you can use for a ei'trrn cougli, ih it rcmrily winch l easily prrp.ucd ut liniiin in jmt a few iiioini'tits It's climp, but (or prompt rrnulln It Wis nuytliuig else jou ever tried, Uiually alnpa the ordinary rough or cheat cold In '.'I hours. Tastes pleasant, too -children like It iiti'l it ii pure nml good. l'our iVt ounce of Hinei In a pint Isittlet then till it up with plain granulated sugar syrup. Or use i l.ui lied innlissei, honey, or corn syrup, instead of sugar svrup, if desired. Thus you make, a full pint n family supply but costing no more than a small bottlo of ividy-nudc cough syrup. And ns n rough ninlieUie, there la really nothing belter to be Imd at nny price. It goc right to the spot a nil given ipnoK, tatting relief, H .promptly lic-il tho inllauied tncni. liruncs (hat line tho throat ami sir i;iM,ir, stops tin) auiioving throat ileum, toneiis tna luurgin, nun soon Four cougn slops eniirriy, otiieuiini or hronrlutin. croup, hoarscnoss und hroiichial asthma. l'niex ii u hig hlv ronrcntratrd com- ioiiiiiI of Norway pine, extract, anions (or healing the membranes. lo avoid dinaptioiiuuicnt nk nur druggist for "i'i ounce of I'incx" with dtrei'tinns ami don't accept any thing ele (iuaranlerd to givn .ihao Into aallsfacttoti or money relutiilcd. Tho l'lnex Co., Kt. Wayno, lud. Kelly - Springfield TIRES Announce Another Reduc tion in Price But Not in Quality. They're Still Kellys! Lffcotho October 7, IU32 lYdcral Iclso Tax Eliminated COIID FAIUIIO Knn't-Sllp or M' niock or Ilutton Kan't-Sltp 0x3 $10.30 .'tO-vSK' $14.65 11.90 32.X3J.2 23.00 31x4 26.40 19.20 32x4 w... 29.10 33x4 30.00 31x4 30.95 32x4 y. 37.80 JiJX'l ' iJStiH ) 34x4. 39.50 33x5 .16.80 34x5 -1S.20 35x5 49.25 37x5 51.90 36x6 79.65 3Sx7 v 109.40 40xS 141.75 ...... "Service With a Smile" Cedar-Osage 605 WHEAT BEDS IN STATE TOO DRY Copious Showers Needed to Start Seeding on General Scale Bp the A-nl.lo1 Prem ) Wire. OKLAHOMA CITr, Oct. II Light to moderalB rainfall wlmh wa giuiersl In the southwestern por lion of thn stwta on Oct. 7. wa too tight in break the drought which per. tdsts over Oklahoma and tha seed ing of wheat l progressing rather slowly, the roll being too dry for germlnitUoi! In most section, ny the wtnkjy weather nnd crop lum inary lsued hern today by the robed fltitte weather bureau, Hklea w'r clear during moat of tho weak, according to tha report. Temperatnies wero nhovo normal thn irt half of the week, hut tho wea her turned decidedly cooler dur ing the oloelnir d"v with frost m HALF THE FIGHT AGAINST jLLNESS Keep the Liver Prepared to L)o Its Duty in demising tho System. H 1 a c it -Draught Will Help. Kcrnervlllo, N. C. Mra. Wesley Millie, who reside nenr here, aay Thud ford's iilnck-DruUKht Is kept In her home nit thn time, since It liar proved very valilnble when used to correct derangements of tho liver, stomach and bowels, nnd to help prevent sicklies from devloplnir from uch conditions. "1'or dlzzlneen, headaches, colds, and similar troubles, Iltack-Draught I a wonder,' according to Mr. Malic. "It help enrry nwny bile nnd cold the easiest of Htiy mcdlclno I ever saw. "I lmvo usml Ulnck-Uraught with my wholo family, nnd will continue to do o, na It ha .proven Its worth. Wo nro glnd to recommend Illnck Draught. My health la Just fine-' Illack-Drnught ha been found a useful ndjuvnnt In breaking up cold, when tho uso of n laxattvo or ca thartic mcdlclno Is Indicated. It nets upon the liver n a tonic, helping It to drlvo poison and unlicnltliful matters from the system. lllllousnes, dizziness, coated tongue, blttor tnsto in the mouth, often wnrn you that your liver Is out of fix- Don't neclcct It. l'rcvcntlon of lllnes la hotter thnn cure. Take lllnck -Draught, for your liver. He aura lo got Thcdford'. Must drucsl.-.ts rcll Tllacfc-TVftUt;!il. Oet a package, todny, Thcdford. Advertisement. Ml" i, r hwesti ra , .No I fttenul 'biinage reeln'rd, hiw-cr. the report Hdilt I. C'lllon picking prngiesscd rapMlv I lie siimnisiy uys, and Ihe bulk of he 1 1 op I already pb-ked, while ginning la well advanced. Karly s inn wheat la up to a fair to rather poor aland and la In need of rain. The harveatlng of corn, grain S'TKhum and minor crops la farther adtauced than usual at this data, It wa said. Thn second potato crop la inputted to ha generally very poor. 1'asturna ara generally poor and mock water continue aenrco In many section. .S'iiIIi il Toot to 1'loor. Npstlat 10 Th Weill, OKMULOltn, Oct. 11 Paul Merrill, an employe of the Okmulgee Ice and Light company, dropped a quarter-Inch bit on hi foot, while at work In the company shop. Th drill went through hi toe and stuck In the floor. DYE FADED WRAP SKIRT, DRESS IN "DIAMOND DYES" Kach package of "Diamond Dyes" contain direction an simple nny unman ' an lo or tint her old worn, faded thing new. liven If she has never lived before, she can put u rich, fadeless color Into nhabhy skirt, dree, waists, coats, stock ing, sweater, covering, draperies, hangings, everything, fluy Diamond Dye no other kind then perfect home dyeing 1 guaranteed. Just tell your druggist whether tho ma terial you wish to dy Is wool or eilk, or whetner It Is linen, cotton, or mixed goods. Diamond Dye never strcnk, spot, fndo, or run. -Advertisement, RATS BY THE THOUSANDS ARE VOLUNTARILY PLEDGING VOTES iLcllers Conlinuc lo Pour In From Every Section Of JLlic Slate From Life Long Democrats Who Re fuse to Swallow Radical Socialist Platform FIELDS PLEDGES COALITION ADMINISTRATION ' . .i Yotcrs of All Parties IIovo Faith in His Simple Honesty nnd Fino Churautcr Letters Keprinteil Here are but a Fe Of Thousands Showing Sentiment Tha fcToalcst test of citizenship Jinu lictn met hy thousands of broad inhiilcd JJemocrntu. Tho traditional nllcglanco lo tlio party has heen tcwiwrnrlly put nsldu fur thu luru cf their sinto nnd Amcrlcnu lilcaln. Lltcrnlly thousands lmvo pledged (heir nctlro support to John Flclda liy Bpoki'ti word nnd by letter, nnd they continue to pour In In ever In creasing numbeM In every mall; many with contributions to tho cam paign fund, r.xccrpts from a few, .elected nt random nro reprinted hero to show how sentiment among tho rent Democrats Is running. Names linve been omitted from pub lication In Dimple fairness to tho writers, whoso letter nro personal to John Fields, but theso letters, nnd hundreds more, nro on fllo and can bo verified by anyone carlug to, ffVom Iivo County I am nnturnlly n Democrat, but will support you, for I hnvo always been opposed to c!nllsni. From Stmlnole County I have al ready openly expressed myself ns ono Democrat who would voto for 3ohn Melds this Fall. I can't tin clcrotand why n farmer would sup port n professional politician npalnst a man who linH rondo tlio Jatcrcsts of the farmer bis llfo study. From rittsbtirR County I am a Southerner, -1- yenrs of nco; lmvo always voted tho Democratic ticket to a ninn. This Is one time, Hint I Phnll do otherwise. I cover nil of Southeastern Oklahoma nnd find n largo number of Democrats for you In this section. From Notval.1 County I bellcvo that John Fields Is a man that will pull tip hill Instead of down. I am a farmer nnd not n politician, nnd also a Democrat, but I am going to vote for John Fields for Governor. We need moro men llko him. , From Garfield County I nm per hnp.i as strong a Democrat as you will nii't't in u duyu Journey but flnco the Democrats bavo no candl (Into nnd wo nro forced to chooso between tho Hepuhllcans and So- FSjino kind without going two blocks. From CrreU County I am a Demo crat; havo always been and expect to remain one, but I voto for prin ciples rather than politics, nnd for Ihe man rather than thru regularity ia tho Nominee of my party. You nro tho llOl'K of good government for ihe next four yenrs and for tho Ftnblltty of good business nnd credit (o our state and Its citizenship. From Hcfhliam Counly I hnvo Al ways voted tho Democratic ticket, and, of courte, as a good Democrat, standing for gooa government, can't voto for Walton, nnd expect roto for you From Adair County I have always voted tho Democratic ticket. I am writing this to let you know thcro Is going to bo ono Democrat como over to your assistance. clullsts, It is not at all uirficuit lor ll0 rIoctc(j Governor of this Stato firauy Cotintv Wo nre golnrf mo to raaku my choice. I hayo found this Fall nnd. although n Democrat, f ovot i r j oh nFtehl a Wo can't fivo Democrats this morning who , ealt vot t0 brlr)(. about tma btl03i,,t nro w th mo. Can find 60 of tho Milt- t shnli mi nn n lisi- of siomum uio nimwuiu nuuunu. pjr uuuMrnur (PoIIUcaLAdTetUsementl MEMBERS REBUILD CHURCH 1'n-tnr Co I led Tor Help nml Ho Was SMiniM'd With lU.'H)iic. ?!! lo Tht World DUtANT. Oot. 11. The memher of thn Klrst Mrlhndlst church horn will personally do th first work In rebuilding the church building which wa recently destroyed hy fir. Answering a call by the pastor, ltv. J. U. Miller, every member of tha church will bo on hand early Thursday morning nnd collectively remove thn dehrln nnd foundation of the old building from the lot. At noon a plrnlc dinner will be served on the gmund by the missionary society of tho church. Woik will ho started Immediately on tha new $80,000 Methodist church IF SKIN BREAKS OUT AND ITCHES APPLY SULPHUR .lust the moment you apply Men-tho-Hulphur to nn Itching hurnlnir or broken out skin, the Itching stop and healing begins, Bay n noted tkln specialist. This sulphur prepa ration, mnde Into n pleasant cold cream, gives nitch n iilck relief, even to fiery eczomn, that nothing h i ever been found to tako It place. Itecailso nt Ha germ destroying prnpertlc, It quickly eubdues tho Itching, cool the Irritation and heals the eezotnn right up. leaving n clear, smooth kln In placo of ugly eruptions, rash, pimples or rough ness Toil do not lmvo to wait for Im provement. It quickly shows. You can get n little Jar of Howies MenHio-Hulphur nt any drug store, Advertise mont. From Itlotva County I am h Demo crat and I nm for you. I believe in safe, snno and honest EOTernmcnr. That Is tho reason (hat I nm opposed In Vvultuu arid all that ho stands for. From Carter County During tho til) yenrs that I lmvo been voting, I never voted for a Republican before, but Inasmuch as tho Democratic party failed to nomlnuto n candl (Into for (lorernor, I take It that I will bo oscused for voting for a Ilepubllcun Instead of a Socialist. From Canadian County I am a Democrat from a state tvhero a man bad to bo a prlzo fighter to bo otie, but when a man uses tho taction that Leulne, Trotzky and Emma Coldmnn use, I nm glad I am nhle to tell him to go to some placo that will bo as hot ua this United States will bo If wo elect such men. It Is my prayer Ihero will bo enough broad minded Democrats to elect you. From Caddo County I nm a Demo crat nnd will not voto for Walton! nnd I can find hut very few Dcmo cratH that will voto for Walton. I would rather voto for a straight Ite puhlicnn than n crooked Socialist. Wo can't afford to elect Walton, ho will bankrupt this state. From TTaslirH County While I hm a Democrat, I aim to support you. From Grant Counly I nm a Demo crat, but I am for tho MAN ; In this en so I nm convinced that you nm thcunnn. Ifyou nro elected, I will not nsk ono fnvor from you. This kind i of policy hns been followed by Okln- l,n,nt,a t nn Inn, Thn lnlnnntrtri' rollcy). From Kiowa County I nm f2 years old nnd nil of this tltuo I havn been n Democratand haroswaltowcd some pretty bitter pills, but tho ono pro scribed for tho November doso is just a llttlo too much for me. Ho fnr, I lmvo found only ono Demo crat who siiys ho will support Walton, nnd they nro nil for you In this town. From Lincoln County Toil should Democrats from this city who will support you with their vote. From Muskogee County I Intend to voto and work for yon all I can. 1'. S. I nm from South Carolina and nnturally n Democrat. From Olimulgeo County My hus band nnd I nro boosting for yon and intend to help elect you as Gover nor, although wo aro Democrats. From Fontoloc County I nm a Democrat from tho Stato of South Carolina. I cannot by any means From OUIaboma County I wish to state that I am what Is known as a eltnon-puro Democrat, but I am now a Johu Fields man. v"'""' tf.""4" . T Uf I swallow Jacic waitonsnu tne snaw- f0rem"ocrat Taml'from thi Scuil to neo Platform, or Walton nnd any too, but 1 am noin- to voto and wori - platform, so I snail vote ami uso my ror you meru aro man wi influence for you. tnl1, f 'Liow Aid Scholars To Finish Schooling Sptdil te Th World. okmuuii:i:, oct. u. -At regular meotlng of the Monn recommendations of tha corr.ti) appointed by the club to nrrnnge a fund which will enabln wor Okmulgeo students to continue rdm-atlnn, wero adopted. Any t dent who presents tha right tn ' tlals nnd refer"iii'C will bo I $250 for luglur education. The box is blue Opal Jar e sure to get i CtCaa 1 If you want to Ret rid of eetema, pimples, or other iliitresslng sVm eruption, you will accept no "sub stitute" for Reitnol. Preparations. similar in name or appearance art not "just the same ui KeMnol." Although a ff.v unscrupulous deal, era may offer them at or for Rev inol, they are often crudely made, ot little hearing power, and some may even be dangerous to me. Iluy In the oriclnal blut package.' Rrsinol 5 never sold in bulk FOR JOHN FIELDS From Payno Counly ricaso under' stand that I am n life-long Demiw crat and will not bo able to support your cntlro ticket, but anything that I can do to ronko John Fields tha next Oovcrnor of Oklntionm, und It Is within my power, command me. From Washington County I am supporting yon for Oovcrnor nnd have been ever slnco Democracy ad mitted her complcto debasement In our August debauchery and nomi nated Jack Walton. 1 am o Demo crat and ho la not. From Scmlnob County I liavo al ways been a Democrat and am yet ono ns strong as over before, but I will not voto for men Unit nro bucked by our present ndmlnintrutton. I am of the opinion that you will get three fourths ot tho best Democratic votes In . rtom (llilatiom.i County Enclosed find $5.00 lo help pay the expenses of John Fields for Governor. I lmvo been a Democrat alt my llfo. From Oklahoma, Counly I hcrehr tender you tbo support of a life long Democrat In your contest for tho Governorship of Oklahoma. Yr.r will havo my volco nnd voto unre ncrvedly nnd may command mo tm tho rutlest of my ability against tho unholy coalition of Socialism and others whose preference appears to bo revolution. From Pittsburg County I opposed Walton In his successful attempt to securo tbo nomination for Governor becauso I deemed tho platform for which ho stood economically un sound, and tho laws bo proposed det rimental to tho stato nt large, lot the same reasons I nm oppoiin blm now. No other courso remain! for tboso Democrats who oppr?"'! Walton for tbo reasons above stated. From Crtr Cooniy fnnr B r Democrats assur m that they ' not voto for Jack Walton, ana c-' thejr will voto for Fields, fi.t n .Tnlm Field Camnalni Flutto Thouainilt of Dmocrsts throuehout . rt tale will be weitlnr the popuur butia tuarlnir thn words! "Anotbtr P erst For rum." Bnd coupon b ' and button will b nulled free l'oJtr sits. II f A. C Alnder, IS Wet Main ., Oklahoma Cltf. I m for John Flld for Oovernor snd sulnit th Bhswnio Platform and th radical U'lUt Csndldit who hai stolen our psrtr, Flf ssnd ra buttons which I will weir and IHow niBi) . . dlitrlbut amons mjr Socratta rrtinds.