Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 219, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 29, 1917 Page: 2 of 40
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TULSA DAILY WOULD SUNDAY APRIL 29 1917
NEEDS MORE MEN
Infantry in Training at Fort
Sill Lacks r.00 of I'.ointf
APPEAL MADE FOR RECRUITS
State Will Furnish
Rprrial In Tlif World
TOUT SIM.. lkl:i. Apr'l '-" .- Flv'
hundred men are needed In fill 1 1
ruHKH (if the First Okl.lllliltll! Infantry.
That was ho statement of Col. Hv
C. Hot (man today I" re view pig I hi-
eliuntlon nf the rt-if. incut followlnir
the disohurgo from sorvh e if mi'iier-
cus mru on account of dopei-dcnt
relatives i ml physical disanillty
"The rccim 'lit ik im w down In ! III
tic more than one thousand men" clr
iliiri'il Colonel 1 1 nTf ma ii. "nn.I It need
lit hast l'Ui- hui.lr.d more men t'
br:ni; It to the strength ilomniidod liv
the var Ici .i 1 1 mint in the proton
el isis. It is asMircd that wo cannot
take tho full until tlilh slreiigth Is
ri .'( Im iI
Companies Om-'I'lilril Short.
'I.ery compsnv In tin- regit lent
mmt Iiiivp n.n hundred ini-n. S inn
n!' Ihi' '. i en ri ih. ifiiii led w'th barely
Q thlM if this number or 'it least 'iihi
company tint uii'l some of tt ill
i OT ipaiiioN :ii.' only a Utile bettor.
l.ocnt unli i frn-n the l i f torn
(Vpaitnicnt In disehairp i very man in
I hi- rpt:imcnt Kiln drew pnv for do-
ppndciif relatives ill thr Ivinlfi' In Nt
i ;i r. has still further rcdurrd Cm
f t 1 1 11 irt h In splli- of additions in-id"
mii.-o ll i' an.val at the inolnllz itu.il
" ("in.1 id. ruble number of trio men
. ho vpt-" cnhstot anl given tho sta'a
ixaminiitn n I i-fore they runin to Fort
."-ill. hiivj boon fouiiil to be physically
unfit for service Those rni'ii :.re he-
l ii -r 'I'm hnrm-il and tthcra mud fill
Soini' Being Dlsrliiinrerf.
Thi'n then- are tli( iiipii who dpi
lot ilia' pav for dependent relatives
it Ilic oor.lpr nii'l who Imvp pi;1 In
rlaiiiis fur disrhariro on tlutt ground
it the present tunc. Sonip of these
iindouh'cillv- will hp released
"Thus It inav l.p hi en thHt 'iirr o
J 1 1 1 1-1 1 incnial and physical Mi nda rdn
it greatly In i itmrid. sUi h iiipp
I S t
Weak TJiirinT Doli
Nervous ivf pL I l Give I
Diseased Up j
CHRONIC DISEASES I
la Cai You Tntd "Tbn uiit Tbt" Doctor Ramxil; Until You An Utt.rly R
Diicsuki'iI You An Just th. On. 1 Wjnt to Tilk To M
no kiim' Mti KUniii iiv v ( i i v a ii
Vj xtAtj ythrt t prtriiri. romrind irttli a full Imowli'dj of tho niot dTnrJ S
mtt'oi my)crtd by thr West ntrinjiti of the if mH hid in ilftninr ) mp fl
ia.t jrrwptT r.i tli nir; trntmtnt to bo j.i rr ril'fl 1MVN HKMl LT3 rn H 1
rin (- si Titi it vlm try uitltrtr tMtriifktly drktri'i l or thai ri'Muu I H
;n u oa-f to u Atid l'rn whit ran b for yon. B
xii i ii h: i n ai i. ii vim- us n im
l !t:T4 rrT 7"f;i--ii to inUrt n t it IhM I do lint rlnitii di h' to perform El j
B.-k-l f 10 ewtuuif cm't'B tnr'iul thu rnarti of Uumw tn-i gr tliut 1 im bl I j
It n-"t U.m arr km'wn aa mrurnlilf riulttiot.t; Hi
t'rt. .hh tr.-tinriit it u rriiunatilt tva. H
1 M Mil
l x a i 3 81
Alt! Ii: fripe '.f the
.11 M INS rimipa :iy
l.n.S'i' j:' tt tlie
its i. ; eating
IIKI SK on tlie
III KI.STI l trlji
'I t I s . ri-e ti.anai- 'r
Itll N II the motley
.Ml sent It
'I'D the I'hiini'.pr
IF ' '"tninei ep. f'olenei
lul ..S knew Tripe
W AS one of thf; last
Tl leave the cilp kj
IIF 'nlled him up.
I HI IT; now Iuih
TIIK I -' mid io
Is ;oni(f lo luivo
IT fi 't'.'d an 1
Al.l. fie jnc'i'io
A s'ndy In
I I .M T.
Ml find : rild urlvum cmcnt in tho
elnii'iil. T.i lipiir out this Htalcineni
limp onlv to re'er i u. men In
run poind who entered lie rink)
hp r.mcM kind of ri ( i nlt-' nt tlm
call il the rpirlvnt and who tuiw
fpein In ii fi.lr way to h'.pl the hli-h
offn a s In thl
Ilaili-oad line I'apl.
"I'roiii the cfilee .r the nd.iul.-'lit j
r.ei.eral an nt'ler Iiiin heen iniidp to pay I
the traiiNpiirt:ttin f aMy jn ( !
f late from Ins home to Fi.it sill if Im
du nes ; join th" colors of th 1'irsl '
I 'kiahiiina. Any hiI.ic vrnriled man
v iin w:shi t. ii r t in llus win k m i
iio ;o either l.v inakinc appllcntn'ti (i
Ail.:i't. lien. Ancel K.'iip l.y lelte:' or'
telei'rain al Oklahoma City. I 'oh'-'
masleis si ( ret. ii les of c ha 01 hers of!
o'linierce mayors of ciiiiH. comity!
i.tleiiiev i and all nt her holders of .ml.. '
office lire urted in co o l.i in
1 1 t wi.iV ' I
the s'ato th.
. fillip"! of Ml.
I O't. to S'' l
many ef the cities over
pos'maMor.s s;nd other
I men have organized
n : in! feiit tl cm to tin
I he ranks of t hp st lie's
ililly enm n.i ml It Is no lo tlm
(Hers plies hi the state to do im
mi eh. Any icwspapcr. any other or-I-
anizi.tl in or private citizen can ven-
d( r this .'ei vire to the c iiis. if it will.
All that Is tii'ocxsiit y to he .lone Is to
inform the n.lhitnnt temral licit eer.
In men wis'i 1 1 n riieirtat ion to i-'ort
lo enlist and that t r.i nsoo.l.i i i.o
UI l e fiiriiis'ied.
all .Mny 'tunc Sunn.
"o one can f.v li.ov soon wo will
ill.'. I upon to take Ihe fo.l I n
Kill ope. ' o know thai v.n it 'll
crderpil mil no .x in r than '.ve :ir.i
iradv l'i.m us lies the rescinsi it v
ef '..cillni: ready. .n upn the pn!.
lie si Inted i i ii and w.inieii of the
ommoiiw call h les the i-e.im:iiiiitv
of '.ss; iiiT us to t:et read;-"
Since tl'.e recimelit J'.in Ol Iv jus.
beunii tto. long si heiliip. ( f i-.i rilnL- to
fit II for service In the field. u new'
n i l ulls ho are taken Into tlm cm.
i tiand will have an eoual opn. rtunitv
I With th. o'h is for inHailceilleot I'll-
del the doe tlon of tho (fl'leeis and
non-eomrnisslot.ed offirerB thev ..m
I liarn in a short time all that has heen
minion py tn other men up to Jut
nnd the s liediile of work Is so nr-
raiii'e.l that revliHVH wIM .soon imik"
up for what tuny hayp l.cen nil.ned
hy iihsence nt the first lessons.
Dr. Stotts iron formerly Resident I'hyskUin at Hot
Springs Arkansas the world's greatest health resort.
REAL ESTATE GETTING
BETTER ALL THE TIME
Prominent Operator Here Says
War Has 7 1ml Kn Til Vff
I nn Tr'incii.'liiMiu
Making Good Year After Year
la hat tell the tory. "Sompthins for nothing" and similar UPluHlona
cr quesllonat'lp huslness iiipthods soon j.lny out. Tho ppoplo nhso-
lute'.y refuse to lie fooled nil the tinip ami whpn u doctor Rucreenls
year In anil ypar out. It Is n safe conclusion that such a doctor l milk-
Iiik oOil In every wav ithorwlan he would aooner or later go th
routP of the iiaiiie-chanKliig "mlruclo workliit'" ml copying lnl-
I h:i- prnctlc. 1 and ) -n p heen put to thp test unr In nnd year
out. tor .xa's I'uisnt tins time hiup si cn others make a "hiir
flush" and drop out of rht l.ut I am still d.in hcltimate husi-
iiess .1 ii actice ts fi.un.leil upon open and n hov e-hoard methods
quick fi.il lastluK results and a tee tint is within any man's rench.
Toil iv I hnv more nrnl a ml satisfied patients than ever l.efore
which Is tmple pi(...f that 1 make (ood and um thereloro. woithv
of iuir ( 'iifnleiK c and trust.
lit nn. r.i sr.
When you ne.-d treatment nt all
you need the ( st and can hinmp
only jourself if you do not come
to ttic and !KT IT. Itemrmhei-.
fourteen ears of succrh stand
In hind every case I treat.
ahoye all other should have
the most careful attention from
the very beginning Improper
treatment often tayi tho foun-
dutn.n for atrlcturr prostatlo
complications eta. Tuke no
chances. My treatment la acl-entlflc.
A BO FT TIIK (HIST.
I rhaiKo no more - and often
lesa- than la dribbled away
heia ami there on "dm
(lore'' cures or Questlonatilo
doctora. lr(lect youraelf and
aee nio F1HST. Free conauha-
tlon. HTiucTruF Hvn!iorri.n
eitretchlng la painful and af-
forda hut temperoray reltaf. t
remove the obstructions by my
pnlnlesa treatment. No deten-
tion. Drawing off the fluid la
only temporary and the una of
painful druiES la vloloua. Invea-tlft-ate
"C06-914" lor Blood Poison
la used by up-to-date ph.valr.lana who aim to give their patient
the very best und lutost tneatinent obtainable. 1 administer I'rof.
Khrlleh's I'.KN'ITNK 6U6-S14 aa It ahould be given. 1 say thlv with-
out fear of contradiction. Tome to me and let me tell you the truth
about 60H-V14. a certain trtutment of the most aggravated fornj of
In many caaea. ao-ealled "weakneaa' la due to varicocele enlarged.
Inflamed prostate results of nbusei and excesses badly treated dis-
orders etc which obstruct the functional centers. In other words.
It la an effect instead of a cause. Many doctors do not differenti-
ate nnd duae a patient up with atrung medicines filthy und Inert
I Hit FiT IiCAI. THEATM1CNT Is a rational certain treatment
When a mnn applies to mo. Buffering from weakness I find and
remove the cause. Just the same as an expert engineer or electri-
cian finds and removes the cause when machinery falls to do Its
" work. 1 have tho necessary knowlrdne. skill and experience to find
the eausp and give the proper treatment thus puttlna the organs in
a normal condition when the weakness which was only a symptom
of the renl trouble disappear
WKAKNF-SS. YAKK'OOFt.TC. TIYPnOCFUK. PTniCTi'nr:
.N'KKViil'S nF.HII.lTV HLCH.il ri'lSON. IMMINS I'HOSTATIlJ
MSF.ASF.rf CUNTKACThli DISEASES. KIDNEY OH HI.ADDKH
TKOLULK ril-ES. FISTIT.A. etc. or an- diseases peculiar to tha
male come within my specialties
CAM TODAY nlt A M N-TO M AN TALK.
Tou ir entitled to every assurance that you will get a square deal
and I am entitled to an opportunity to show you that I can and will
give you a square deal. I value your good will far mora than a fee
bo do not atay away on account of money matters I will consult
with you Tree and give you dependable advice relative to your uar-
tlcular caae. !t me prove to your entire satisfaction that I am wor-
thy your confidence. You are weloomo whether you take treatment
Houra 0 a. m. to 8 p. m. Sunday to II only.
IIH SO. HOSTON AYE. TlXKA OKLA. OVKIl I'llUTAV CAKK.
Mrs the war afle ted real estate
('perati! ns or the price of "dirt ' In
Absolutely not. norerdinr; to W. C.
f-:erer. piomiiifnt realty oneritor.
who ili' '.a -m that h's business has
" lib led and trehlid In thp last few
"I am constantly addltm t . my force
of sale. men." ho said psteiday 'and
i"V husinesi .ncreases eevv tnonth.
t I rices are bi tter and there Is 'tiore
pi'operiv chani;li'c hands now than
was the cise a week before war was
ritiially declared. Tins condition will
i continue indefinitely :in i I look for
1 the bicspst s.immer In t'.p leal estata
lino that Tiilau has ever known."
; GIRLS TO " WEARBLOOMERS
' Mi'inbors nf National ;niinl I)c ilc
I'lion ( Iihiiiic in I nlforin.
DALLAS Texas April 28. Mom-
bets of tho Oiils' National Honor
piiard who attend the encampment at
' W ichita Falls in June will wear
; bloomers nnd Ii ggins. Instead of the
j khaki Kklrts. which were worn nt the
enc'inipiiicnt at Ijikc Worth last sum-
i mer Hpgular skirts nnd army hatu
: also will he Included in the uniform i
Tho iiiesilon of wearing bloomers nnd :
! loggina was dlf.cus.sed last cuiiinipr.
but no nctlon In the matter was taken 1
nt that time. i
I Mths Oenovieve Carver captnln of
i thp West Texas division of the honor
cunrd. visited the Dallas honor puard 1
' recently nnd It was at this time that I
1 the ehnimo from khnkl aklrts to j
bloomers was decided upon. Miss 1
1 Carver snid thnt nt least one thou- 1
sand girls nre expected to attend this
lear's encampment The declaration
ot Mill' aralnst Cermuliy. she said
bus greatly increased Interest In the
1 DEATH WAITED ON ADDRESS
1 nil ('nine to Womiiii n-s She nulslunl
Her IHsMrit'iU Talk.
Oli' Si.l-r Pheekf. h(iw kspp Wfrfl Wf
The n.clil we hMt ulni-r Hie juiuiwr tree.
KANSAS CITY. Mo. Aprl 1 28.
rs tieoi'go It. Wheeler sang the old
song at the end of a renilnscent paper
about the Kansas City of early day.
The Missouri Valley Historical society
"There is a bridge nerosa the rtvwr
that divides the present from the
past" Mrs. Wheeler said. Tho aocloty
was all attention. "I have crossed
that bridge nnd I aay 'good-bye.' "
Mrs. Wheeler turned and walked a
dozen paces to her chair but before
she could take It she fell limply Into
the iirms of Mr. W'. H. Hogsett She
W (WMlmeil Al lent ion.
On Monday night the SOth. the
I Woodmen of the World will hold a
special open meeting and have a
social time in penernl. Come out nnd
get bettor ncqualntud with your
neigh hor "Chopperi". Hefreshmenta
will bo acrvt'd.
The Measure of Success
There is one unquestionable measure of
the success of a banking institution and
that is its steady growth and prosperity.
This test is the one that when applied
to the Exchange National Bank proves it
to have always been successful in satisfac-
torily meeting the banking requirements
of its customers.
What it has done and is doing for others
it can do for you.
Your business will be appreciated.
Exchange National Bank
E. W. SINCLAIR President
O. II. LEONARD Vice-President
II. F. SINCLAIR Vice-President
It. M. M'FARLIN Vice-President
A. T. ALISON Cashier
R. M. MOODY Assistant-Cashier
0. F. MACON Assistant-Cashier
S. II. KING IR Assistant-Cashier
II. E. CROOKS Assistant-Cashier
E. W. SINCLAIR
J. II. EVANS
R. M. M'FARLIN
0. II. LEONARD
II. F. SINCLAIR
J. J. LARKIN
II. M. PRESTON
J. II. MARKHAM JR.
J. A. CHAPMAN
E. R. KEMP
J. A. HULL
A. T. ALISON
HALF-HOLIDAY THURSDAY AFTERNOON MAY 17th
At the Mid-Continent Live Slock
Mnyor Simmons declares hnlf-liolida' in order that everyone may have an oppor-
tunity to visit the Live Stock and Horse Show.
Tandems Four-in-llands Saddle Horses High Jumping Horses and High School
Horses will lie exhibited.
You will see horses that have taken tlie blue ribbon in strong competition at tho
principal horse shows in America.
The finest Cattle of both IVef and Dairy breeds will be shown.
Grand parade oP prize-winning cattle in the Arena at 2:30 each afternoon nnd 8:00
o'clock each night.
Horses and Cattle of national fame will make this one of the chief live stock
events of 1917.
An opportunity to attend in your home city the greatest Live Stock and Horse Show
ever held in the Southwest
Filly-Two Musicians Will Furnish Musical Program
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Lorton, Eugene. Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 219, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 29, 1917, newspaper, April 29, 1917; Tulsa, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc134366/m1/2/: accessed September 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.