Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 218, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 28, 1913 Page: 3 of 10
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T IIF. TFL8 V 1) ATT- WO III li W I h r H D V. M V 28 1 019
T 17 T r' E
IT MIS! VERA UWVNNg
Hour 1 p m y t p. m-i
l ii. It m I m.
4) Wumun has (tils ill DonUMQ
I with (in- i -n . t tt.it bar f
mr past Bndtog urn tihiiii.ih x
(I) Notion Pime.
g) (t) S 3 3 3 $
rnlniltr! I aland ar
Mi r. a Belby .ini Alius Jennie
Lyman give morning tea fur kin
v. ii. $yjti.kr
Ml-.- 1 1111(111 ltdiii h i'n dance Ill
Ball. I t-'prlllKS.
Mr. : nil Mrs. T. Pi I'Iiiii.ikmm in
t rin in Noleva olub.
Utopia oub meets with Mrs w.
.Mrs t. s. Truelove entortului
Bldi A-Wn i Ink
lilrthdai I'ii in rr Mule Haiti
lira. Harry 0 Murdock baa is-
landed Invitation! t.. (area numbsr
of children for mofritm part) Sat-
urday from 10 t" II o'clock to honor
her . 1 1 1 1 k daughter Ultta'a nt nth
lira. .1. V. Audi In. ni Who Mini. I
in r home in Tulsa with har daughter
Mrs. Claude T. liendarahot haa gone
in ww Rochelle N. v. whore Ida
win spend iii aummar with har ion
Qoorge v. Anderson. Mra. Andor.
eon in i si i in Chicago for i ihorl
time fii route.
(carta (In- Paatiiue.
Diverting the attention of bar
eiK'nt.-i with tin pleaaattl paatlme of
hearts Mrs. J. li. French was hOBteai
tu tin meroberi of tha Meecal ilub
IF YOU AKi; si ri'KltlM. WB CAN
NOT GF7I CURRB IT W BE-
CAUSE VOV HAVE NOT
T1UKD 111 TBICITV.
Electrical traatmenta ara Just aa
far ahead of the "id method of doc-
toring an tin. flying machine la ahead
of tha ox-cart Dra. Lynn and Kim-
ball are looatad in 816-88 Robinson
Arcade anfl tire cninpl' lily lilted ni
to give you the in-.Ht electrical traat-
menta i tha world. Electricity v.m
benefit all ohronlc troubles quicker
than medicine alone and curaa man)
that madicina will not benefit. Free
consultation antl n very low rato to
the llrst fifty patients atartiiiK lio-
tween now and Juno 1st. :i :t t ; -r: s
Roblnaon Arcade. Phono 3281.
Every wife and mother
should take delight in buy-
ing groceries for her family;
she should go to market and
select only the best and see
that she DUVfl same at. the
least possible price and thai
she gets full weight and full
measure. Not one woman
in 50 weighs w hat she buys'
therefore she uever knowi
what she pays. We do not
ash you tu trust us hut to
try us and if we donM give
you better goods fur less
money we will pay hack
We believe now is a good
time to buy sugar.
21 Ihs. pure can granu-
lated sugar $1.00
100 lbs. pure cane gran
ulated sugar ...... .$1.60
1 pk. hesi rating pota-
24 lbs. Besl flour in Tulsa
Besl ( lompound Lard . . 10c
Pure Lara per lb. . . .12C
50-lb. Can Pure Lard $5.50
(hind heavy salt meat per
Good Breakfast Bacon 20c
We carry the best corufed
steers for our heel'; our
prices are right. It' you are
not satisfied we will pay
back your money. We have
the largest cash grocery
trade in Tulsa which fact
enables us to make such low
juices. Don't listen to oth-
ers but come and see. You
run no risk at all for we
will pay hack your money if
you are not satisfied.
Those who go to market
get the choice of everything
and get the lowest prices.
Those who phone their ord-
er or give sanie to a solicitor
always get what is left and
pay the highest prices. Get
our prices on our entire line.
106 East Second Street.
MII.I.IM 111 M.I I n
Tin' plume trimmed lull Ik of men-
tali yellow straw the plumt la ss
nearly an poaatbia of the eanto abode
ami k.i placed Uiat n sweeps the
boulder when the bed la held high.
Tiie ribbon trimming i of Nell rose
witli a heavy black looped edge and
Is applied to ... hemp pal in natural
shade. The pleated brim facing of
deep rose chiffon waa becoming Eb
the wearer n brunette
yeaterday nftornoon at her boma No
H01 North .Main street. Flint prize
.f a pi eii polled fern waa won by
Mrs. v. H. MoOullough Consolation
honora i Mrs. t. J Walsh were able
a fern. The club prise a dainty
boudoir cap of ribbon ami lace was
p relented to Mrs. U E. Walker. Re-
freshments in two courses wen- sorv-
e al the lard tables. Mrs. It. K
Walker was a visitor of tin club.
For. Mrs Oordon.
lira. Beth B. Oordon hai returned
from Okmulgee whore Bhe was tin
iruest of Mrs. J. Ti. Mil 'ready during
Dr. Oordon's stay In Atlanta. While
in Okmulgee Mrs. Oordon was th
recipient of many thoughtful social
favors on the part of her old friends
among them being a large luncheon
With Which her hostess. Mrs. Mr-
Cready entertained and concerning
which the Okmulgee Democrat sayi
tha following! "A chagmlng one
o'clock luncheon took place yeater-
day al the Parklnaon hotel with Mrs
J. 10. McCraady and her daughter
Mrs. T. x. iTenneaa aa hostesses n
was given Jointly for Mrs. S. It. Gor-
don of Tulsa wife of a former pastor
of the Presbyterian church and for
two June brides. Miss robe Bkolton
and Miss Onue Butler Numeroui
bowls of ris..fi domed the tables and
favors of the same fragrant blossom
were placed with dainty place cards
for each gueat The aervloe was
beautifully done in ilx courses.
Mi-- Kim; ami Mr. Bukcr Many
A wedding of Intereat quietly sol-
epinlxed yeaterday afternoon was that
of Miss Bdlth King and Mr. Don
Baker whtoh "ocourred el the home
of the btide'a uncle and aunt Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. King at Xo. Ml
North Denver avenue Bev C. W.
WAS SAME WOMAN
Mm. Prlckc dooked Though sh
Mad Been Believed of Some
Texas City. Tex. "1 Went from
New Orleana to Qaiveaton and finm
Qalveaton to this eily" writes Mrs.
Qeorge Prloke "in aearoh of health
and although I look different treat-
ments in each place i Kt no relief.
I had suffered for five years wilh
awful headache slci atomach pains
low down and other symptoms of
womanly trouble and was a wreck.
i had no life in me to do anything
but just drill? around. I thought
there was no cure for ma at all.
My huaband finally said for me to
try Cartful the woman's tOttlo lie
not some and now after taking four
bottles 1 suffer no more pain have
gained in weight my appetite is good
and I fell liko B 16-year-old Rlrl as
though i never had a puin in my life.
My huaband asy 1 certainly look
fine and everyone that knew R10 be-
fore can t believe that i am the aami
woman. They say I look as though
1 had been relluved of some awful
burden and I have.
1 will never be without CafdUl in
Do you suffer from any of the ail-
ments peculiar to your sex? if so
try Cardul the woman'a tonir. ft win
.i B Write to: i hew-. . t Urdicla
lo laidnt A.Uiinry li--.- Clmtisntioff.
Ttin. I .r tf il Initructlont pa -peat rtM
it (4 paf book. "Homo Tmnssnt fOf
aont" tts.1 In l a o trrtpper.
jniiu r: Baker i
wire in attend
1 1 1 mom . 'I'ln
moat utlrai II
Kerr paetor of the i'iri Preabyterlan
I'hUroh i' led aa ntllcl 1 inn lulnlxler
.nut only the inunetliate relaltvea of
Ilia )OlltiK couple llli'ludliiK III''
1:1 n'a father hi
cf Mlgkaa ilea Ind .
.in for On pS Hi
l. ride ! one of I lii
and altogethei on of tin moat pop-
ular In ihe younger metal set hip
is a priidil ite of a Kaunas I'Ul llOVpl-
i ii training boot ami a i an i mi
clem nurae Tb bride a'gg altirod
lor the i aremnn) in her traveling auil
a hands ii tali tailor. 1 ttllll lial.
ijovrs mid ah naa . I co rr re pond inn
i. dor Mr Maker II well and favor
abl) known In Ihe oil Induatry belug
i igaged in butlneaj wuii bis father
Mr and Mis Baker bit on ail after
i i train fOl a two g SI kl rbdt Wl( h
J I lie groom's parents at M IsllaH rtl.a .
I nd i t iii ulna the) m i ome la
jcbicago itopplng off for a brief iiii
with tin I ride's Plater Miss In m
Mi.. Harry Cainpbi it and blldren
llarri'i it and Hewitt inn. gone to
Tipton. Mo. lor a visit Kith Mis
Mr and Mis v Martin left
laal evening tor a monlh'a nip m
the cast to include .V. w Noll and
oihi r points or intereat
Mrs If S. Burdock has gone n
I. una. and oilier points In iiliio fm
Mi. ii nipic- i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - Igair.
.Mrs. .1. M . Templet is planning an
affair for Thursday afternoon al hoi
home No. nil south Oheyenne ave-
Mir H li BitChll and .Ills. I.
noes.. r v. iii entertain with a card
company to honor teveral of the via-
Itora in tuIhr Thurada) evening al
tin- hom of -dls Kit. Ine on s'oiilh
Uoulder a enue.
effcreoii Davia Memorial.
An obaervanoa or Jefferson Davis
Memorial da) is being arranged b)
tin United Daughters of ihe Confed-
ifiiii of Tulsa for Tueaday June I!.
Mr. r. B MoCurday or Belle
Plalne Iowa is here vteitlng her
daughter Mrs. i Pauline Thedo and
Mrs. A. It. Allen of No IM! West
Mr. am! Mis. John i Mitchell have
as gnosis for a few da.. s at their
home on South Uoulder avenue Mis
Mitchell's brother and sister-in-law
Mr. and Mis. M I.. VOUIlg of Green-
Mrs A. i'. Whlttaker of Wynne-
wood Okln. has returned home after
an eatendtd visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Qeorgi P Maxey nnd family in Ken-
dall Mill Budora Mitchell who is a
atudenl of i 'a inn. iiini flemtnary Wliah"
Ibgton o. '. win arive hame shortly
for Hi- summer vacation Bnroute
home Miss ISudora will stop off at
Lawrence Kansas for a brief Isil
with her brother Younge Mitchell
who is a suident of Kansas Bnlveratty
To 1 niertain Buabanda of (Tub.
Mrs. J. II. Brookl and Mrs. Ployd
J Brildfi rd will entertain Ihe mem-
ber! of their i. ridge elu together
with ihe husbands of the club Friday
evening n the Brooke boma Xo. IIH
South Main itreet
'I'll M'sec Irene and Mary Delamy
will arrive hom a'.ou from (heir re-
spective schools for the sum-
mer Vacation Witi' their parents Mr.
and Mrs. M. J. Delaney. Mlaa Irene
has been a student of Trinity College
at Washington Whlli Miss Mary has
bepn rittcaillnjj v Kansas City school
Miss Florence BOatd is expected
home shortly from her school WHann
college Chamberaburg Pa. for the
summer vacation with her parents
Mr and Mis II. .1. II. aid
Mrs. B. Hoggs of BartleavlUe la
visiting friends at the Sherwood.
Mrs. Charles Robertson has
made plans for a small card company
the latter pait of the week to honor
some of the visiting matrons In the
New .Tune Kccnrds on sale at Allen
.. Thede. 110 South Main.
Vocal Instrumental soloists and
students good acoompnnleta are few
especially those who read and trans-
pose at sight In any key Public or
practice work solicited. Phone Hod
1646. 1 Johns lin:' .S. Frisco
Stock Reducing Trices.
Dr. I.arkins Osteopath opp. Kress's
Dry Panning Helped Vlbcrta
ICOMONTON.. Alia. May 117. Al-
berta's share of the 19 IS immigration
into Canada amounted to 10000 peo-
ple a. cording to Charles S. Hotchktaa
provincial statistician. This briiiK-i
lb" population of the province to ap-
proximately a half millon people Ihe
gain In 1912 being 24 per cent. II Is
believed that this percentage will be
largey exceeded 111 1913 on account
of the work which the International
Dry Farming congress did rir tha
prov ince last fall. The seventh annual
congress was held in Lethblidgl In
October with delegates from practi-
cally every American slate and Troni
seventeen foreign nations it was the
moil Important gathering ever held
In Alberta. Though its work had noth-
ing to do with Colonisation Ihe pub-
licity given Its meeting! was world-
wide and the n suit Is thai Alberta ll
better and more favorably known to-
il e ecniilallv III the I'tilleil Mataa
than ever beUrO. Id ports from all
PeCtlOUl of the united States Indicate
a v ' ry heavy Immigration to Alberta
this year largely exc . ding that "i
lilt when the -tates contributed
jn.oOO people and t I0.iiiui.0nn in cash
end effects to the prosperity of thlj
province The Dry Panning congress
will be held this yaer In Tulsa. Okla-
homa and Judging from Alberta.'!
results that slate will reap great bene
Need Good Bowles
I. Ive a Mil I lajgatite lkiaongll to
lu-iii BeguaM n vv.-i . pjou.
As u i blid mow i . i . luirei
n ore ami not personal attention
from the mother ' d .s the funotlona
of ihe boa eis ai uf i h ill moil im
porta nci i. health greui attention
should l.e paid lo lull.
I'l. I U of gnat tmpor md
I I. mother ihould a iii li tin effect of
certain food- a i i aill constipate
one and not another u ltd so We line
a healths In. Kg) gn
nillousnoaa to ih naauds und n
w holes .me fi nil : '. mns
itipatlng many n I ... to i n
si.icic i thai Ihe i la l I U . rowing
and meat i bangea ar. iking plu i in
the young man or I'm . - u m lhe
lyateni has not yet - tiled ii- .i Ig it
A er) v aluablf leti dy n( i nil
stage and one Which . i growing
boy and gi'i should i given often ui
o Baaionally aooopd ng i in.. Indt
v (dual i Ircumotgiice i in aid
w. ii's Byrup Pepali I lili la i ix
alive and tonic combined so mild
1 1 i li la given to uttie bahlea ind
v.-t equally offootlvi i the moal ro
bust (lonatitution M lh flni sign
of a lendenc) u i llpatlon give :
small dose of Syrup Papain al nlgbl
mi retiring ami prompt aottoii will
follow In Hie Ihornlng Ii not only
a. Is on the stomach ind boW ll but
its tonic properties lucid op anil
strengthen the pyetom gonernll) Mis
Henry llubler Van I one V i- writes
thai her Utile son. Melvln llablcr.
was constipated mesi of the time un
III she gave him In i ildwell'l Syrup
Ml I V IN IIM'.I I II
The us. uf in Caldwelra Syrup
Pupatn witi tea' ii you to avoid cathar-
Ins. salts and pills as lh ale loc
barah for the majorlt) ami their el
feci is only temporary. Syrup Pep
sin brlnga permanent reaulta ami r
can be convenient!) obtained or any
nearb) druggial at flttl centa and one
dollar a bot'e. Begulta nre always
guaranteed 01 money will he refund
ii no member of your family ban
ever used Syrup Papain and son
would like to make a personal trial
of it before buying it In the rogulal
way of a druggist scud your address
a poslal will do lo W B Caldwell
117 u aahlngton SI . Monti alio I1L
and a flee sample buttle will be mail
Big Crops Oklahoma This
Year to Cause Car Shortage
(ICdltor Mantifawiiirs Ik'tKinl)
(Kditor llanufaciuiers Btcotlr.)
ine of the greatest problems be
fore the people of this country which
will lax the ability of huslneil men
of all classes and of all sections and
by business nun 1 mean Ihe farmer
as well as the man' fa Hirer and the
I anker is how lo provide edeqUatO
railroad facllitieg to mcel the rapldl)
Increasing trafflo of the country. For
some years truffle bis been L reading
fast upon ihe heels "f transportation
facilities and WO have now come lo
a point where in many places the vol-
ume of ll attic liaH gone ahead of the
tranaportatlon faciiltlea available.
This condition bl BOl due to any fail-
ure of Ihe railroad people i" see what
was coming nor from any lack of de-
slro to enlarge Ho Ir f u nities. It
has been due to tin absolute Inabil-
ity to secure the money needed with
shloh to build roads to Improve ex-
ist big lines and to gel read) for Ihe
rapid expansion of trafflo.
It would lake al least 18000000000
to provide in the next live or six years
he increased faciUtloi for transpor-
tation Ih it wid he absolutely needed
by thai lime Where can so vast a
sum ho found Is the question that
laces Ihe financial Interests of the
whole country. In the solution of
this problem the people of the conn-
try are as vilallv intercstd Al tha
railroads themselves for any break-
down of our transportation facilities
would Inevitably react on every line
of business and lessen the profits of
farmers merchants und manufactur-
er! and evi n the wugea of the day la-
borers and the nil i hantc Indeed the
people at large are more vitally In-
terested with On question than me
the railroads for in the final analy-
st! everything that retards railroad
growth or lessens railroad facilities
falls hack in its Ultimate loss upon
the country at large to a greater ox-
tent even so far as actual Buffering
la concerned than upon the railroads
The amazing di velopment of the
tranaportatlon Intereat! of this conu-
try may he under! tOOd from the (act
that the penmylvanla railroad alone
handle! more traffic every year than
ih.. combined IrulHc of all the rail-
roads of Bngland Ireland Wales and
coiiand. Moreover this trafflo is
..ll the average hauled a longer dis-
tance so that on Hie ton mileage bu-
lla the Pennsylvania hauls thre"
limes as much tl idle B! all the rail-
roads of the railed Kingdom In
ihe United Slat.- the railroad traf-
llc Increases slowly while In tha
United States i increases so rapidly
that ihe volume of freight on the
Pennsylvania practically doubles ev-
ery ten years and on many other
roads in other leotlona the Increase
is equally us greut. Broadly speak-
ing we mull i . pare In Ihe next
ten years to handle In Ibis country
twice as much i 'llroad business on
wo arc now handling To do this
WOUld require an Investment of at
least s. mm. '"in ' '"" "ii ladle id ex-
pansion work within the next live or
six years because even in that time
PJ-tfBO will havi far exceeded all the
transportation factllttei present or
vhlch are nTtlghl by reasons of pi tni
that are now under way.
1'nder this situation It becomes tha
duty of the railroads and the peo-
pie of every lection to i nine together
in a careful honest Itudy of the
things that must he done to help the
situation. U mnye be true that In
times past man railroads were guilty
of many sins of omission and coni-
mlataon bat tin- people through their
legislative BOUona have also been
guilty of many s'ns of omission and
commission in dealing with railroads.
Neither the pot nor the kettle ran
now afford to mata tini" calling the
other black Th tUallt) of mien st
means that neither pall prosper un-
less both prosper and neither esn
siifTcr without both suffering 'I'lie
Siamese twin" werp not ntOfe BlOOely
linked by nature than are Ihe rail-
roads and the people Th" situation
s one of momentous Importance 11
is Impossible lo secure the vast sunn
'ceded fur railroad expansion ni l
the utmost liberality be used n
dealing with railroad affairs and In
legislation affecting railroad! This is
not for the ben-111 of the railroads.
hut (or the benefit of the people it
ll wise that there should bo legisla-
tive control of rallroada; it is wise
that railroads should he compelled to
give fair and equal justice lo ail In-
tereat! and all sections hut all) legis-
lation bev olid this which results In
hampering the work of rallroada in
the building of new lines or of scour-
ing Ihe money needed for the vast
expansion that must he made is un-
wise i believe the railroads of the
country are to a large extent nton
nearly flee from unfair dealings as
lo freight rates as between cities aim
individuals than ever before 1 be-
lieVO that while there are In some
sections Just causes of complaints
thi) railroads are more than willing
to have these problem! Mettled by the
Interstate commeroe commlealon
which was organlaed for the protec-
tion of Ihe people. Hence ll se.-nis
In Jnc that Ihe tlmr has com when
the railroads nnd the people should
unite in a close gcqualntunceshlp1
for mutual bettermenl than ever he-
fore it is certain that the politician
who seeks lo hamper railroad build-
ing Is injuring- his own people In-
Head of benefitting ihem The poli-
tician! wlio denounce railroads be-
cause they do not provide all the fa-
cilities needed would not themselves
even If the bad the money in abund-
ance Invest a dollar of It In the rail
road securities which they are at-
tacking. How then can they expect
other people lo do so''
with the magnillci nl i rop pros-
pects of Oklahoma and other grain
growing stabs It seems lo me Hint
We are likely to have a very serious
car ahortage late thji summer ot
early this fall and when the time
comes that the farmer the manufuc.
Hirer and the merchant are ham-
pered In all their business operations
by the lai k of transportation faciil-
tlea the vital Interest of every one
iii ibis railroad problem win become
The more i s f Oklahoma the
more I am impressed witli it.
FAMOUS IBGIN1 BKOIMI M
Will. M IKE AI'PK VII l
IN ( ll ITTANOIXJ V
CHATTANOOGA May 27. Tho
Blchmond Howltaera win he her... for
the reunion in ail the splendor of
brand new uniforms and regalia hav-
ing turned down a very tempting In-
vitation to go to Philadelphia. They
preferred to attond the United Con-
federate reunion lure. The Howitz-
ers win in- quartered In the elty hail
one of the courtroom! probably being
designated as their Sleeping quarters.
Tibs is possible becauae there win be
no courts in session during the re-
union. Tim Howltaera should he gg
ceedingly well peaaed with tha ar-
rangements which puts them In a
nice part of the 1200 '.oo municipal
building only a few steps from I'. 0
V. beedquerteri at Hotel Patten and
Market street The HoWftMri Is a
splendid organization mostly sons of
veterans which began In IK 1 2 but
a. fileved its greet eat fame in tha Army
of Northern Virginia ClVtl war. Since
that time Its ranks have I n kept full
by enlistment of younger men nd
naturally the sons of Confederate
veterans bad first claim.
William M Myers captain com-
manding '.lie Howitzers writes I'upt.
Shlpp to tb. effect thai the organiza-
tion. MVenty-flva strong will leave
Richmond as official aecort to it. k
Lee Camp of that city .Sunday May II
reaching Knoxvlllc Monday morning
and remaining there as guests of the
board of trade until BO me llni" In tb I
afternoon. They win arrive here the
same evening end stay until May 'III
and on the return tr'p stop in Ashe-
The true) of tbc people is an
vaduently abused in the Piano
llade thai lll.lliy people ale be-
wildered ami fearful when they
Set put lo parch. is a piano
Hut If yOU come lo I i il i ow's
yog ran laaVfl doUbl ill I nils-
livings nl the door.
Al I 'Hi ow s tin tt tre no In-
Haled pi Ices and a m.v stei loiot
si ii. of discounts leav lug (be par-
chaser in doubt as io whetht i the
final plica asked I us low II ih!
Instrument can be bOUghl for by
anyone. Nor do w conduct puatla contests rebates or gift aohemi
.r other dcvi.es intended to fool the euetomer into believing he u
getting something for nothing.
Til Kit U is HUT ONM PBICB I'KR PIANO AT DABItuW 8
und iii AT IS iilli I.MWKST PBICBi The t-xpeil ami Oo- neg
perienoed buyew arc on the gams footing here.
whuiev. r li inu von buy of lis is tha Standard in Ita 1 1 mm i
covered by no broad guan of the lurg.si piano concern In Boat
ern Oklahoma. Bach haa real music merit Bven ti" loweel priced
Instrument! are thoroughl) dependable price eonaldared
Ncu l vers tv Pond Pianos $425
Ni w ll.tllct & Davis Pianos $365
N. w Rveret Pianos $r50
New Weaver (Genuine Pianos) ....$886
New KirnbaU Piuuoa $340
New Conway Pianos $300
New Newman Bros. Pianos $283
Others at $175 $200 $225 and up.
Some big bargains for Tuesday in used Pianos
$75 $no $135 $165 that it will pay you to In-
vestigate DARROW MUSIC CO.
109 111 E. Third St.
One of the prime requisites In filling a pre-
scription is CARE Care in using the exact in-
gredients called for care in weighing measuring
and mixing care in labeling and writing the di-
rections. All these items receive our most careful
attention. Pure Drugs? Yesl Of course 1
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES
FOR TIME AND MATERIAL USED
For over 50 years the use of Cardul has been
steadily increasing in the ticatment of women's ailments.
The Woman's Tonic
contains no dangerous minerals and lias no bad after-
effects. Its sale is regular and steady showing tiiat it
gives satisfaction to those who use it. Try it.
CALL ON US TODAY
BAKER DRUG COMPANY
THE IDEAL POWDER
M ike; Red Brown nr Dark Face Neck Hands or Arm$
ns White as milk ami no one ran tell you have it on.
Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back. Price 50c.
GbTMAN & CAMPBELL
Dissolution nr Partnership.
Notice is hereby given ot th... iIIksh-
lutlon nl partnerahip heretofore axlet-
iiiK batweea Georgia IVloklar end
Chas. A. MaeDonald of the firm f
Winkler & MaeDonald Architects ot
S.ilil lieu).' Winkler will iihhuiik
nil UablllUea and aaaeta In the capa-
city r archil" t iur the Holy family
Catholic cburoh tha a. Miller Ham-
matt apartment! ami the two J. T.
Nixon jiiiis. Saul Chaa. a. UacDon-
a hi will itMMiiliic llalillitiua and aaaetl
ponnected with the North Bide School.
CUA8. A. MAC DONALD.
KeM. Ulack 25H.
Dr. H. J. Baker
Announeea that he la located it
t01-t-I Itlls-s Bidg.
villi- and Bellabury N. C purauant to
"1 have visited vom boautttul city"
oontmenti Capt Myere "and tha his-
tone battlefield! arnich are in its vi-
cinity und anticipate thai the nrKaiii-
aatioa will have on of tha m"Ht pteaa
si tit and Instructive trips of IIm hls-
To bg explicit tha Howltaaera is
Batter a if the i ir-t batallon ri.-M
artillery vtrglnla Volunteera.
Rl i tTIVEU w M THEIR -ll iti
li miillisaaj Dead Man Has 9A Rela
ODBMA. Waah. May 27. - Theo
dun! Miller formerly a wheal ni"w-
t-r In the Big Bend district of east rn
Wusliiniti'ti died lust summer ap-
parently thinking he had not a rela-
tive in the world This wc.-k twenty.
f..nr iw firms representing aa nuuty
alleged heirs iii verloua parti "f thi
countrp. appeared hefora Judge k. ii.
Bulllvan "f Bpokani to press thir
Ollente c-lnlma tu tie 17. "00 estate.
When the ceJM W;ih .p neil the court
Bootn I '" milled a Mooting place of
tha bat aeaaeigtloii. a thick wen
Made ot pure IngTedtenti in
. lean sanitary lUrroundinga
wi: MAKE QUICK
Rowc Ice Cream Co.
rin. a. :i2:o.
u Weet 1 1 ii.
the luwyers. New Y.irk Pennayi
van la. Imli.ina and Ki iitmUy present-
ed their delogntlone ot olainuxnta A
variety "f deacrlpUona of the late Mr.
Miller Is given In the stack of affida-
vit. In BONia It Is hIIckciI Miller
r ime west many v. ars ago nnd died
at the ngv of 10. others declare ha
aaj yotiim nl tin- time t.f his death.
Konte atRdaviU describe him as slen-
der nth. rs ns ahort and heavy. Hum!
Bay hi had leini silky Muck hair
while "tluis aver he was liHldheaikd.
Win l.l Wants (Ms Retultf
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