The Lawton Constitution (Lawton, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 24, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 14, 1915 Page: 6 of 8
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VILLA ALSO GONE THESE FRO*
El P.KM) TO T.UE
At Ultiflf, W® Pir>v the («m-
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B- • • L' • .ted P-WA
Anc-ir C. Benson n -_i* ~«tcary
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WILSON MAKES 1TJRRING Si00stSe™ a"dnRebuitt
SPEECH IN DEFENSE ADMINISTRATION
A.'tlUkANUS, I d_ Jan. 9.— bill "blind and moat of them tenor
r,"t rhiuKi.ru! tnc t.ne vmo yelled art."
hoiOTt FViday afterww
I can not speak of them in pari in
t, _ mentary language," he said.
■ TMI JSamiKTO j-iterw! T^m-, . ' „ , .,
The decks of congret., he aid,
are clear for big contractive legis-
lation. In thii category he placed the
Worries Overcome, Evidence
Brushed Away. The
in.-/it HaT Jwsfic* irr-p | remark-
iiiiif - .'to*:tan rtar* KJ**ct
5ms .! Vi!«—ircr fitrf waved ia a
**tT : *" ar >* Btici ' •znx^i forth
~V "*■ " rifwvt.i. j $15*}* ®Str.
np^a*- w J At XaaifraJ ng j«-i
water power bill, which he said the
republican? were opposing, because,
he 'aid, they wanted to lock up the
r-atural resources of the country.
But don't misunderstand me," he
*wr 5i"« slt~£ ta W.iwne There are some of these men
-Ta 'aa3 tp" vr. the other -ide of the table who
* ware wad. Tt* sssia **? r«
a ?- *.
t "7" '.** r (±rrx- r ■"
G«mi Asftin is:
a* •vkitjf 3<«nej*y
beary eazammSmt. wmitm gn? erm$, sad m« um.
t Viarti." aij Hai naa art ,iS *• -*,«xci- ' ■ id*, ast iJad
at tie bead ti 1T.KW CaoracEifSa,. ta* ar as uar
wfc« rwreated to Vvr*7 a«->s ifcsa* ** ''■'jfc aiH! wsl sue tmr
4t*ea*. at Sait-.yt. * *•?! Et .-j
Vi.'ia u rr. tfjr '.rim E3 P^a«« u *itje W :.>e« m. i* M«t tin uaert
Sac. Vj * S*JB* •*' ? s( sn anj sf rj.-inn «
Ut* a.tAa.'i «ss libe CaTaL5.r..fC4. ri*—. wxkil t*e lillr Ic pel#
•. two. adu laen
«*€ v •_!* >«7 rwtcL
Ti* i e '"U-Tit. AkU, f - .«.: 5w«4. witfc Uae a<rrv-e that this Xa-
*J<4 «; an# ti* kscey it ti* sweet- t*c* ke*9 its tiwrhi centered bert
fe. rtrt it as poawt* U
tasS* aa>4 rr .re- w^c. u
before t*ta i ax4 it s trat ' >*«
ti* -tw-r f,rewar v; i*M of Jjfe
ft*. *i a matter of fart. <iirtr*rt as .
politics, bsare-i and policies ls
as fiadt ti
n*j. kai Met vnitrrvi u Xac*
to rsarj spuit **y caw:ja s*.
tis* Aairrvst s,ie_
Tt Waters fmrr* 08 - t *%mb *-a-
tire i . Mex^os, is rej vrt«ii euce/ii
women rrrEk rv<N «u
-T weSrwir* Mr.
■ta bfci m* takes ti*
wrAct sea a:to Mfrioc
As tie Pwijert stepped to ti*
*>•«* «f the t'.i"JarE. the etrthanafa
tie rrcwi ps.<M>d the ki^hwater
tt rrart The Prwidesrt hjJ his aw£-
x -v* wrti< hie frrm tie Srrt. He opec-
|« his rti i is. as he had at Rirh-
rtand with us.
of KS',*ion, "as I look toward the
rreat struggling ma- of humanity
"eel that we should do something I
Tbereuf-or. he advocated the crea-
DIED OF I
From Saturday's Daily.
JACK HI.'RLEV, MORE Cfiw
MONLY KNOWN AS -JACK trI
MUZZLEB" DROPPED DEAD ,l
APOPLEXY THIS \FTEHN0nv
ABOUT 2 Or LOCK. IN KR(,^
THE Pf STOFFirE.
He wa- about 66 years oH ■ n
Here from Oataha, Neb„ at iht
ing with O. C. Houeh and fam%^
hat. made hia home with them
of the time.
His relatives live in Boston.
Dr. Myers was sunn;oned 114 -
'ill look after th. b r^
That he is a cauviiiate for the Pre«-
14!* was 5E r:fert frte:
deriantior that asnse day the .CTI '.7~ *~
, 1 tften there is no
y '-^wmrty the
I Wl K. R-. the famous bloofl purldcr.
--tan'# architect. It coateinplates ti)'' daiu-
he said with a show - lione aud rf-pn ir* damaae. )t aU <
ha aft"r the |. ill.Jf <lamat!<> anil cor- 1
recta all teafrnej to U.ixA eru|i!lons. decay | - ■■
1 1 1 ii'-h, < 1 us >.f Joints ari'l any an«l temped to revive the man, but dnti
fee! that we chould do mething for"11,0' '! " 1:3,1 ,f '' tru tlve eCeets resulted.
„ ► ;cl an r! imi .-in, <-atarrh, ^woIIpd gland*. **"
" * " roocblal aff'-rtions and the ' The deceased had been at the
hoit <f 1nflnnltl'*t ho w *ll known as being * \|:i.- \ia
■ J , rauwd by iupuf* blood. And now. wbj of M,ke ""ken**, dunng the ,U,
cm of a Federal emp.oyment bureau, h s s do all tblst Simply because and ale a heartv dinner there HeU
wsieh should aim to connect the un- I' to Natures antidote, a rfm^dy of search „ , (h postoSce to eel
. .„W, i . -.1- . ■ |D* Iniuenr^. It contains a powerful, nat- * _ ' i™"™" « set
ye^J * . . waitirg job.-. ,;rt] lngr'Oiont, that tw> p« lt« wa7 to the Mr. Hough
"Adrer z for lot through ,kln AD<' ln '' "* Ihl« 11 ®°t ""'r "s1- of deceased.
.. m , . Lllst-s destructive k .« but causes them
• * ''*■■'•■ a connected to be so convert Id that they are easily
'*' tr.er. with work. N thin.' in my sni harm I'M) y void'i. 1-1 !'• —d or rl-
k,. ,«. stroyed and then drlr n out tbrouih th;
ten. has pv« me io much joy. utural outlet, of th* body. Thus let
Such a bureau, he maintained, K- H R- be your safi'iruarl Is all blo^d
w !H h ir « >.. troubles no matti-r what they are. It
* ' 'eXpen51Te *nd won t fall you. I,.t a bottle to-lay of any
Trie re- :iit charted the courts of druggist but rcf iae any and all aubstl
this nation with being many decades tu^; rommal>trttlo, wlth thf mM)c„
diuartn.nt Writ* The Pwlft Specific Co.. ,sT4TF. m'PRgtlC fni PT , iim
4 Swift Atlanta. Ga Tbl. .pecUl _ f',VB
Irtsory * -k on b! —d troabln bss bem OIINIO.N AGAINST THEIR EM-
f lnra!ru'ah!e bwfit a ti I a* cured t PLOYMEXT WD WOR^
st of euffer*r . "
tehind those of other countries.
If the cost of justice is so great
"oat you have to be ricii to get justice,
>mem «f Eats^t are
Uapealeicted aad ia
ti* pZtmtme of it, erec though
. wf*tier has views of the Na-
ta* utrardi to which we
t vmiy parting. It is ail, ties. ar. ad-j 1 aeva* r-.a to te p
Replying to republicans, who want
a tariff board, he said he would be
rith them if they wanted a board that
vestare aid ar. escape; feet
; power dry,' he saidL - If there are re
The hearts a/ tke wtmtem at
*a Z' W. to tls*tr titters ti Eorvpe
who are left is miery and wart
Aaerirja woaaer. ofteis uffer fnta
derais^en**tt that are purely fettin-
At tie hit (ynptoas of ar.y de-
rar-r«r> t of tie feamine o'garistr
at a«y period of life the one sale,
realiy helpful remedy is Dr. Pierce's
It ia a woa-an's mtdtrir* a.-.d as
«wh its mighty an4 marvel out restor
ative power ts acknowledged
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prese. iptkm
a true friend to women in times of
tie worn itMjroritT. we may o'ter be J " . ; ^ *' - **^er
1 irpnttn to flad
. . —um; -. ^ or - , , .
that it > omeit-w ^ ™*ae* es of Jack
JUDCE JOHNSON OR-
DERS CLAIM PAID
f.rirtmg lair. And you know t>e
only uiar. worth coonderuir is the
tan who will fien*.
Tk* trouble with tie republican?,"
he said, "is that they haven't had a
new idea for thirty years. They have
jhad leaders from time to time who
A order «a- .n«ed by Jodge J. T su:.^tod new ideas, hot have never
- . favor of R. B. <' mpton, ,do.-e anything But when ;t became
as district cltrk, f • work <k>r* lr -^-e ary for something to be done,
n:aking records and copying other a democrat had to be elected,
the !'• «'- <ie«iroyad or ijamaged when! 'I dw not >peak with disrespect of
the fire octured n that offi ?, for the the republican party, for 1 have re
urn of UXyjXH). spect for the past.
Tt '* aim hao n« previously beer The republican party is still the
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.. Jan. 11.
CAMERON NOTES. —The supreme court Saturday on re-
hearing, reversed its former opinio*
. .u / . i Schc°' opened Tuesda>' morning m the Osage and Oklahotr.^ co ranv
appued to the tanff ir. its real rela- sfter two weeks vacation for the case, in vol vine the right ol the tax
k-t- to wor.d business. Christmas Holidays. Everyone was ferret and local officers to place
- urntng to an analysis of the last delighted to come back and the stud- property on the tax rolls. The d> mob
election, the President argued that ents are very enthusiastic in taking U that only the State Board of Equ-
"JB Day—for Jacksor., yoc k ow. wi.-' lhe "*sident argued that ents are very
a fighticg mar.. And v«s l-y,w th* V'e woul(l have had a ma- up their work.
alization has power to assess
*,>2hty in ,he ;leCto,ral co1"! Eleven P«* students were enrolled against a public service corporation.
1 °?n a P-^'^ntial year. ! being: Frederick Chapman and Joe It also denies the ppwer of counties
- as I said before, neither
party has a majority. The independ-
ents are our boss.
' I do not love any party which
does not attend to the immediate and
pressing needs of America,' he re-
marked, as the crowd broke forth into
applause—the first real heavy sweep
-:nce he began.
Tillerson u! r>'inc^n, Montie Morw of 'tc employ tax ferrets.
Lugert, Horace Newsom and Sherla In this regard the decision goe, to
Miller of Walter, Mae Belle and Mer- ar issue that ha, been agitated in this
cer Kendrick, Lalline Mitchell, Eva state for some time, lr.d which the
and Roe Van Nostrand of the rural court has not directly decided in any
routes of Lawton. former case. Incidentally, the decision
New classes have been organized to takes from Osage county the right to
accommodate our rapidly increasing ! place on the rolls for taxing pur-
enroi!mer,t and a great deal of outside poses property to the value of
coIreIn^\hedemLritdePCwenUv. * *0rk * ^ donVby'^e stud^^n 000. plac^T^ th™^!ritief
^ " er otiJn a^H I'thP y'W e °P th<ir back Work' ',an''ar>' C' H tax ferret on a c
i * -rue mcTia vo vvraen in iintei oi * * cwim nu n« prmooRf been J i ne reputHictr. p^rty is stni the -nJ,r. *"a en huslasm- 19th is the opening day for our sec- mission basis.
trial* and at t.mei of pain when the pr. ted to tne county commit -'"'s for tho e who are afraid. They , e 13 one th,n« for wh'ch I ond semester and it is expected that a Justice Ridd'e who is the Hi t
organ, are not perform,g their fur- era for a act. ,, 0n their pan, - Uke their advi e fron. old mer, they ^ ^ ^ —ii^S b. J. «« member ^ of
are tfraid the young men have tome- [ . . matter I want to say —" J - -■ ■ • -■ - K
tion*. For headache, ba kache, hot they atate.
fla hea, caUrrahl conditons, bearing The order to pay the claim wa«
dojarn >en ation, mental depression, made to County Treasurer Porter, but
dizrine-.:*, fainting spells, lassitude as he wa* absent, it was presented to
and exhaustion women should never Deputy Treasurer Haynes, who re-
fail to take this tried and true worn- f j ed to pav it.
ingredients are printed on the wrap- + FLETCHER 1TFMS ♦
per. Sold in either tablet or liquid « (Timer., Jan. Sth.) ' •
« l uriT u/a.L mnv Mr' B- R- Seymour retnmed from
WOMAN SHOULD HAVE w^ ^ TbUr!Hi'y
"If you wi'l pay the mailing charg Mr and M„ Fate C bell were
e which are but a trifle, say, Dr. vi,jting with rfclativc.4 , #wt/)n
I'm-' c, "I will eend you ny cloth f we#*jK
d t o-.l of over 1,000 pages with Mr and Mr, K w m
color plates and numerous illustra- to their h<JI7„. h(.rt Krjd ,
tions and will not charge you a penny uu, . „.u. ,u
for the fcoo^ It• elf." I " ^ the h"!i'
(>ver a million copies of "The Peo R ,7'"i "t*' r r-u
pie's Common Sense Medical Adviser" fji.'i . - . ,'r '' attanooga,
are now in the hands of the people. It ^
, a Isjok that, everyone should have Th " , V' Tv."1 ^ ^
, . of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. f
•>fiU Ieau Hi i_a.e ol acciileiil or sick- Herrv
n<-t . It is so plainly written that any- , , ...
one can understand it. , ^ ,Joh" a"d re-
• end 20 cents in stamp, for mailing r™* °T * Chickaha
charges to Dr. Pierce, Invalids' Hotel, ur r '"'n of a"f we<"'t «f'er
Buffalo. N. Y„ and enclose this notice : "pend,n« the holiday, visiting with
and you will receive by return mail, I , ^ r' aml ■k'r"' G"
all charges prepaid, this valuable "' HOUt east 01 town.
thing up their sleeves.
I got tired of staying in Wash-
ington and saying secret things. I
wanted to say what I think.
I wanted to say that politic? no
longer depends on the regulars in
word about Mexico. I hold the people
rolled at that time.
^ ■ ither party.
4 This country is guided in
4 policy by the independent voters."
ai The President held that about one-
thir-I of the republican party is pro-
gressive, while two-thirds of the
the court. In this opinion he -ays
have the newer t« - I ""T T I , A" buil,JinSs were thoroughly that on re-argument the other four
kind of a government thev wantT ^Iea"ed a"d disinfected during the members of the court reached the
Until recently, 80 per cent of the; , t. - conclusion that the original opir. n
Mexicans had no sa- Through the effects of those re- was n°t >n harmony with the weight
' "It is non. of your business d ;n,a,n,nK here during the Christmas °[ authority and that a rehearing
- ^ takes them ZT'Jt ^ <*
' none of mine how long it takes them ,ik , M TS ">°m W8S pret" , , ^ 3 '
to get liberty. And as long a; I an h * ' and seems much more;b,t,on awarded as asked.
this,' hi thundereci. a.- the crowd vel 1 ! \ FaHey has assumed her Rlddle says:
• Hurrah for Wilson " " 35 a of the Domestic Sci- "U Is uree<l that the tax ferrets are
I am proud to belong to a N vtion '"? ')ePf rtment of this institution. ~ource' °f annoyance and disturb-
' A. C. Kendrick visited the school anee and that their powers should not
democrats are of that stamp. He "u'"s lnal oppressed Na- Tuesdav arid enrolled
argued that ia why the real p-. zres- *!l we could erush' shaH have daughter.
sive c >mes to the democratic party. ! ert.'- _
Mr. Wilson branded himself an . * «uWeste<l only business wanted or Tuesday an,i .uj
animated conservative.'* aup«.t e.se but peace and liberty for danphtpr ' S°n 8n
. ....F.ra"k Ikard. '14 was a pleasant
The democratic party alor.e is the
his son and ' e tx'ended. There is no doubt that a
• certain class of citizens view the tax
Vrs. Roy \an Nostand was a visit- "rre' from the same standpoint that
T'"""1-' —J | " -M tko£e «ho honestly list their property
only party liaat has carried "tit what' ,Hfc paid his resPects to the editors i visitor her^thi ' u
. . . . of this Nation with tiia statement ^ . Week. Frank is now
, .u.:. ,located on a stock farm near Chicka-
W. p. Pierce and family who moved
'o their fan,, east of town from Ijiw-
. . lon a short time ago, moved to our
tninK city a>rain ]ast weekj an(| wJ1| make
y tliin place their home for .sometime.
Johnnie Pierce is residing on the
There are some people who
their whole duty is done when
have made a complaint.
If the chicken and dumpling, are farlri
in sufficient quantity, the dessert can ij r r. „ _ . . .. .
K. I* Mover who left here Christ
readily be dispensed with.
mas day for a visit in Tennessee, re-
turned to his home hera Tuesday
night. He reports conditions about
the same in that territory as it is
a journ j,ere wj,ich shows that there is
Judge J. T. Johnson
Comanche district court this evening eere'r«l Tn 1 .that .tlu're is a
to Jan. 25th, at which time Judge where P ,0n ln bus,ness every-
elect Cham Jones will convene court
j STOP THAT COUGH—NOW.
the real progressives
The present congress, he added, has
carried out the wishes of the people
who do not de-tre wrongly. - - v.
I ask the business lien here if this ,'; ftVcr 1 know at I am doing,
is not th-> first January that they have
not felt money stringency? I have
asked and they tell me it is.
The Federal Reserve Board has
with the .
that he did not entirely rely on their sha H°" ' - -
judgment. ' ard 15 8 good exponent of Cam-
There may come a time when the er°n'S trai™*'
American people will have to judge
Thereupon the crowd broke forth in
| intense applause, while they waved,
their flags again.
emancipated credits and that is the ' , There s nothing the matter with AMSTERDAM, Jan. 8. The Ger-
reason. American business except a state of man churchmen told the German
ese things were done for the mind'' Wllson declared. "Indianapolis , Chancellor, that any interference wi'h
and the small. The democratic - have the right idea in their Cardinal Mercier would be deeilv /
is still on trial. It must prove P.an -° 'bu-v lt now ' he said, refer-! sented by the German Catholics
countrv tb t it „iii 1to 8 recently adonted «W n Despite the resultant disavowal of
views the tax dodger. But the exist-
ence of the latter has created the
necessity for the former. About all
that is appropriate to say is that had
w e never had the tax dodgrer we would
never have had necessity for the tax
ferret. Taxes are a heavy burder
u.ien all taxable property pays it
P- 'pet proportion, and the court
should in no way hamper, cripple or
impede the soverign in its iegtimate
nd honest effort to make the burden
of taxation equal and uniform."
to the country that it will not sue-, - «.« resultant disavowal 0
cumb to the enemies of these things.''! *" „ " nowto be" arrest '°«1 papers insist that Cardin- " ""S r away nut
^ red jn ^ i.i. .1 ^ and many Belgian digna- a" y°n doubt Lawton endorsements?
taries are under detention LJ ^ad it:
You have a right to doubt state-
ments pf people living far away but
that men who sought to break the
democratic achievements would find
themselves in an unenviable position.
He then praised the co-operation of
believe in it with the democratic
party. It has seemed for a time that
we were the enemies of business.
"But the apparent enmity," he =ug
men jurti me co-operation or ^ uiuy, nt sug-
his colleagues and spoke particular ''e\Led' bas been only corrective and
warm words for the Indiana senators. business has heeded suggestions to
IT REALLY DOES RELIEVE When you catch Cold, or begin to
RHEUMATISM. j Cough, the first thing to do is to take
Everybody who is afflicted with
Rheumatism in any form should by all
mean, keep a bottle of Sloan's Lini-
ment on hand. The minute you feel
[ ain or sorent ia in joint or
muncle, bathe it with Sloun'n Lin)
nient. Dc not rub it. Sloan's- pene- JIlr> „lu
tratcts nlmo t immeditely right to the Hamilton, Ohio. It always helps,
ftat -if pain, relieving the hot, tender, it your Druggist.
Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. It pene-
trate the linings of the Throat and
Lungs and fight the Germs of the
Disease, giving quick relief and na-
tural healing. "Our whole family de-
pend on Pine-Tar-Honey for Coughs
and Colds," writes Mr. E. Williams,
swollen feeling and making the part
ensy and comfortable. Get a bottle of
Sloan's Liniment for 25 cent* of any
druggist and have it in the house—
drainst Colds, Son- and Swollen
Joints, Lumb.ro, Sciatica and like
ailments. Your money back if not ,at-
The fire department was called
early Sunday morning to Gilkie-Jar-
boe hardware store, where a fire was
discovered in the basement at rear of
—- building, near a window. The fire was
tied, but it doe- i-ive almost in tant soon extinguished. It appears to have
relief. Buy a bottle today. I been set on fire.
"If a man won't play with a team,
he doesn't belong to it," the Presi-
dent said, 'and these men do."
This congrss, he contended, has had
a record greater than any since the
"Do you think the world will some
day turn to America and say, ' You
w-ere right and we were wrong?"
"May we not look forward to the
.. |time when we shall be called blessed
We are living in extraordinary amonS the Nations because succored
times," Wilson said. "Half the world th®m when they needed it?
is on fire. All the world is looking to ' thank God that those who be-
us to serve her needs." "£'ve America has been from the
Here he made a plea for his govern- first~tbe servant of mankind."
ment ship purchase bill on the -
ground that the country's merchants The business men of Ringling alp" °' V°ldS- 5°°- ot
and farmers can make no profits be- new town in Carter county, have"de-' " t0day'
cause of extortionate ocean freight j cided that they will take a hand in ■
rat?P ... . (preventing the sale of liquor in that NUNN IS BACK.
Republicans — these self-styled town. According to the Rinclimr
friends of business," he said, "are News, a committee, composed of
detention for lese
OLDS ARE OFTEN MOST SERI-
OUS. STOP POSSIBLE COM-
I'- A. Lewis, 913 Seventh St., Law
ton, says: "'I was 'n a critical condi-
tion with disordered kidneys and had
previously taken other medicines
wt-.hout relief. I could not pass the
kidney secretions and the doctor had
The disregard of a rvu u jto be "lied to relieve me. The dilTi-
brought many a regret The I il" "TIT* ^ kid"ey secretions
Sneezing (Whin fact of; was beyond description. When I had
should be warn^n ^ * ^er'about given up all hope of getting
system no t ' ^ fnoush that your j better, a neighbor advised me to trv
D""'« ** r Pi"3 and although I
tainly Loss of Sleep is most serious
It is a warning given by Nature. It is
man's duty to himself to assist by
] doing his part. Dr. King's New Dis-
■covery is based on a scientific analy-
sis of Colds. 50c. at your Druggist.
trying to balk the bill.
practically every business man of the
, . I * ousniess man of the
Who commissioned them-a min- town, has decided that the bootlegger
onty- to do this ." he almost shouted, and the joint must go. As long as the
These men are now trying to halt businc men of Ringling faVor a dn
he bill when humanity is suffering town, Ringing will be drv. We dn not
and needs that relief." (believe there is a town in Oklahoma
From Wednesday's Daily.
M. Nunn, who had such a narrow
escape in Mexico, where he was sen-
tenced to be 'hot as a spy, has re-
turned to Lawton on a visit to his
family. Nunn still looks a little pale
had little faith in them, I got a box.
They gave me some relief so I con-
tinued taking th«m until I had used
four boxes. From that time I was abl^, • >-
to pass the kidney secretions without
difficulty, my back improved, I gained
in weight and was in much better
health. The cure has lasted."
1 1 ice 50o, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy—get
I 'oan s Kidney Pills—the same that
Mr. Lewis had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
the minority with proposing to talk -he business men lined5 p* T*!t
it to death. He called the foes of the side.-Muskogee Times-Democrat.
Iwl lor .h« ai.uature ol J W? Okov«.'
How To dive Quinine To Children.
t^lfro"'JOolnilhe unit tito an
nut to tiikS * Ta«tele Syrup, pleas-
®nddoeB not disturb the stomach.
.Tr C hellevc there is 8 town in Oklahom., t .ou^.^'h s^up, plt.^
With flat statements he charged that would not be as dry m a desert if II'|,«,QUlnlI" Th,t Dom Not Th, Head Suo^"1 Uikn u IM Ou-i"^
„prI0p",Irto :ta,k thf bu?rM •«* up on th«t mm
11- « "«mra 10 adults who cauuot _
■our „ v! O""11"'- !>>ea not nauseate non JL
I "™"""' "or ringing I- the htad. Trv
tl.'.e Iti P" -v >" , Quinine for-.ny inr-
,^Mr.J'm"c""'iB,n l pv-kaite. The
•at UUHIUNK ia blown in bou-i.. Si ceuia
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