Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 288, Ed. 1 Friday, July 6, 1917 Page: 3 of 14
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TULSA DAILY WORLD FRIDAY JULY G 1917
ROTARY MAPS OUT
PROGRAM OF YEAR
New Directors and Committees
Announced at Business Ses-
SPUR BIG BROTHER MOVE
Echoes of Atlanta Convention
Heard ; Street Sign Work
I TU.SA ON T1IK MAI.
OIIEKNVILjLK 8. C June 28 t
I 1917. Itotftry Club of Tulsa I
I Okla. Dear IlotiirlanH: JuHt a
I word to sity thut the notary club t
I of (.Jrer-nville recotsnlsted in full I
mcuHure the effort put forward I
I by your Atlanta delrKUtlnn to ac- I
t tiuulnt the public with your
I ailendld city and we wiwh to con- I
t grutulute the deleKutlon that rep- t
rexented you and Buy that we
now know a greut deal u'vut I
I TulHa that we never knew before. I
t Your delegation was an inspirit- I
tlon to the members of our club t
t who attended the convention and I
I we hope Home day that the In- I
i ternatlonal convention will meet t
I in the city that culln Itaelf the
t center of the oil Industry of the I
i world numely Tulsa. We hope t
i to have the pleasure of seeinK I
I many of your members In Kan- I
t has City. Hotarlly yours Kotary
I t'lub of Greenville. Milton O. t
i Smith secretary.
At its first business meeting of the
new fiscnl year held In Hotel Tulsa
last nlKht the Kotary club of Tulsa
mapped out a tentative program of ac-
tivity for the ensuing 12 months.
At the special request of President
W. A. Vandever It was voted unani-
mously to get behind the "Big broth-
er" movement with Increased vigor.
C. K. ll'ichner who represented the
club at the International Hlg Hrother
conference in Grand Rapids Mich.
this year and who is a member of
the advisory committee of the organ
ization stated that n broader program
than ever along this line had been
worked out. He pointed out that the
club for two years or more had prose-
cuted the work In Tulsa but that with
a war facing us there was every In-
centive for further looking after the
SUFFERED 3 YEARS
Face Completely Covered. Grew
Large and Caused Disfigurement.
Two Cakes Cuticura Soap and
Two Boxes Ointment Healed.
"My face began to break out in little
pimples and in a short time it was com-
pletely covered. They grew to be large
nara soks festered and
caused much disfigure-
ment. I suffered with the
trouble for three years and
during that time I tried
different remedies without
success. At last I was ad-
vised to try Cuticura Soap
and Ointment so I sent for
a free samDle. I then
bought two cakes of Cuticura Soap and
two boxes of Cuticura Ointment. In two
weeks 1 could see a great improvement
and in six weeks' time I was healed."
(Signed) Miss blanche Davis Bay wood
Va. March l'J 1917.
Having obtained a clear healthy skin
by the use of Cuticura keep ft clear by
using the Soap for all toilet purposes
assisted by touches of Ointment as
needed. Cuticuri Soap is ideal for the
complexion it is so delicate and creamy.
For Free Sample Each by Return
Mail address prat-card: "Cuticura
Dept. H Boston." Sold everywhere.
Soap 25c. Ointment 25 and 50c.
Could 'Do No Work.
Now Strong as a
Chicago III. "For about two yean
I suffered from a female trouble so I
I was unable to walk
or do any of my own
work. I read about
pound in the news-
paper and deter-
mined to try it It
brought almost im-
mediate relief. My
weakness has en-
and I never had bet
ter health. I weigh
165 pounds and am as strong as a man.
I think money is well spent which pur-
chases Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetab'i
Compound." Mrs. Jos. O'Bkyan 1765
Newport Ave. Chicago 111.
The success of Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound made from root
and herbs is unparalleled. It may b
used with perfect confidence by women
who suffer from displacements inflam-
mation ulceration irregularities peri-
odic pains backache bearing-down feel-
ing flatulency indigestion dizziness
.nrl nervous nroitration. Lvdia E. Pink-
barn's Vegetable Compound is the stan-
dara remedy lor lemaia ins.
mm ii i i i i i ii i i inn
A Man's Drink Thai Won't Hurt Your DoyI
At Fono-flD. l-lin. eV I M onutmt
"5tT hnsM 5c
" m BjTaTsw
Tastes Ulm A
In " NON-MLCOMOUQ
Housewives Food Conservation Pledge.
I will Join you In the service of food conservation for the nation
and I hereby accept membership In the United States food admin.
Istratton pledging myself to carry out the directions and advice
of the food administrator In the conduct of my household Insofar
us my circumstances will permit. -
Street or II. F. D.
Number in family Do you have a cook?
Have you a garden? Occupation of husband
Cut out this coupon sign and mall to Food Administrator Con-
servation Division Washington D. C.
(TULSA DAILY WORLD)
Interests of the poor boy. "Olve every
boy in Tulsa a fighting chance Is the
motto of the Tulsa club. Kach mem-
ber of the club It Is hoped will take
one boy under his wing und see thut
he gets a chance.
IlUr Hrother CommUtfO.
A new Hlg Hrother committee was
appointed with W F. Stahl as chulr-
mun and the following members: C.
K. Huchner (1. E. Williamson J. W.
ltobb A. L. Farmer and Doctor Mc-
carty. A new Initiatory address sanc-
tioned by the international organiza-
tion was issued locally for the- first
time. W. F. Htahl past prcstueni
administered It to three members. It
will be Utied In all future Initiatit
C K. Lahman brought up the ques-
tion of the local Ambulance company.
He described their plight with lef-
erence to clothing and other necessi-
ties. Kernand de (iueldre spoke alnt
the same lines. Moth suggested thtt
an automobile would be a welcome
addition to the equipment of the com-
pany. President Vandever appointed
a committee to secure funds with
which to buy a Dodi;e touring nr.
The committee consists of C. K. lah-
man Clark Field Jack Dc Shane Hoy
(ietman and Fernand dc (Iueldre. At
the suggestion of Glenn Condon the
committee was Instructed to also look
Into the affair of the engineer com-
pany many members of which aro
without employment or funds. Hoth
military companies probably will bv
mobilized on August 5 when most of
their difficulties will cease.
Clenn Condon discussed the oomlnt
visit of the Belgian commission and
urged every Kotarlan to decorate his
place of business and otherwise as-
sist in giving the distinguished party
a cordial reception. The club appro-
priated 150 with which to buy small
Belgian flags that can be worn on the
coat lapel. C. H. liouglus W. A. Van-
dever and Glenn Condon all Itotir-
lans conhtitute the general commit-
tee In charge of the program of en-
tertainment and reception. Fernand
de Oueldre member of the club is a
native of Belgium.
It was decided to carry on the
propaganda for a clty-wlde system of
street signs and If possible bring
about the Installation of the markers
this year. The new street sign com-
mittee consists of J. Truman Nixon
Fred Instill Ernest Houston Henry
Lindner and J. A. Waldrep.
Immediate Past President A. L.
Farmer spoke of the Atlanta conven-
tion and acknowledged the faithful
work of the Tulsa delegation there.
He made special reference to the
work of A. V. Bourque and Glenn
Condon In publishing the dally con-
vention number of the Tulsa Gasser.
In reference to his own candidacy for
international vice-president which
was started and fostered by the local
club he stated that he never had any
hopes of being elected and was
greatly delighted with the splendid j
vote he received. G. E. Williamson
stated that the Gasser was worth
1100000 to the city of Tulsa and the
The club gave the editors of the
Atlanta edition of the Gasser a vote
of thanks. A. I.. Furmer presented
each of them with a pair of cuff but-
tons. The club decided to follow the by-
I Clear Peachy Skin
Awaits Anyone Who
Drinks Hot Water
Says an Inside bath before break-
fast helps us look and feel
clean sweet fresh.
bright. aleTt a good clear skin and
a natural rosy healthy complexion
are assured only by pure blood. If
only every man and woman could he
induced to adopt the morning insiae
bath what a gratifying change would
take place. Instead of the thousands
of sickly anaemic-looking men wo-
men and girls with pasty or muddy
complexions; Instead of the multi-
tudes of "nerve wrecks." "rundowns."
"brain fags' and pessimists we should
see a virile optimistic throng of rosy-
cheeked people everywhere.
An inside bath is had by drinking
each morning before breakfast a
glass of real hot water with a tea-
spoonful of limestone phosphate In it
to wash from the stomach liver kid-
neys and ten yards of bowels the pre-
vious day's indigestible waste sour
fermentations and poisons thus
cleansing sweetening and freshing
the entire alimentary canal before
putting more food into the stomach.
Those subject to sick headache bil-
iousness nasty breath rheumatism
colds: and particularly those who hav.j
a pallid sallow complexion and who
are constipated very often are urged
to obtain quarter pound of lime-
stone phosphate at the drug storo
which will cost but a trifle hut is
sufficient to demonstrate the quick
remarkable change in both health and
appearance awaiting those who prac-
tice internal sanitation? We must re-
member that inside cleanliness is
more important than outside be-
cause the skin does not absorb Impu
rities to contaminate the blood white
th() por08 n the thirty feet of bowels
Tastes Like A
!& If Tool
SIGN THIS TODAY.
Inws and not permit any member to
bring a guest hereufter without first
securing permission of the president. ;
The limited quarters at Hotel Tulsa
make the Invoking of this rule doubly :
The following board of directors'
was appointed by President Van-j
Chairman Alf Heggeni; finance W. !
C. Elliott; fellowship. W. II. Killmer; !
P'iblic affairs Ora Upp; grievance '
W alter Nichols; charity Halph Tal- J
hot; entertainment W. K. Guiberson. J
The auditing committee consists of.
W. 11. Mulnwalring Lee Levering and
Jo 1 ayne.
The program committee Is com
posed of (ieorge Stanley Dr. A. W
Iloth and O. O. Boston.
MEN FOR DRAWING
CO.VTl.NTKH FKOM PAGE 0'K
tho silly rumor had traveled. He
asked Th World to deny it at every
Ii glstratlon 1'iu'Ih.
The incident brought out forcibly
the f'ict that there Is a widespread
misunderstanding us to the method
be followed in raising the army of
conscripts. For this reason Tho
World herewith gives some of the suli-
The numbers on tho registration
certificates are not the official num-
bers. The drawing will not be by
precincts but by cities und counties.
In Tul?:t the entire 6!i00 some odd
names will be numbered scrlully from
1 to CoOO.
In clue time announcement will bs
made from Washington of the day
when the drawing is to lake place. A
certain unmunt of numbers will be
drawn. The corresponding numbers
in every city and county In the I'nltcd
States will be selected for conscrlp-
tl..n Th. Tln ltv liimrrl will lie no.
tlfled of the numbers drawn. They!
will tl.en go over the list und select
the names opposite those numbers.
They will then send written notice to
c-uch man selected telling him what
late to appear before the board. He
may then claim exemption on the
ground of having dependents and sup-
port it with affidavits. Occupational
exemption claims ca"h only be mado to
district boards. The beard for thli
district lias not yet been announced.
Don't Know Your Number.
To make It perfectly clear let us
suppose that one of the numbers
drawn is 248. No. 246 in Tulsa is
John Jones of 121 East Archer street.
Now the little card that John got on
June 5 may bear the number 16 but
that has nothing to do with it. It Is
the serial numbor given him on the
official list at the city hall that counts.
He will not know he has been selected
until he receives written notice from
the local board. He will not know
nis iiuiouei in
In other words you might as well
forget all about the number on your
card. It will not enter into the selec-
It may be ten days or it may be a
month before the drawing takes place.
Announcement of the date will be
made In advance and it will be car-
ried In the newspapers.
In the meantime do not encourage
any rumors unleBS they come over
newspaper wires or bear the absolute
stamp of authority. This Is no time
to frighten people unnecessarily.
CONTAMINATING THE AIRMEN
Immoral Influences Are Placed About
Them at Tampa 11a.
TAMPA Fla. July 6. Charges of
Immoral Influences about the naval
aviation base at Key West resulted
today In a request from Governor
Catts that the county judge solicitor
and sheriff and tle city constable
there come to Tallahassee Saturday
for a conference.
At the governor's Instigation the
restricted district at Key West was
abolished recently. Toduy he inti-
mated that unless there is additional
Improvement some local officials muy
be removed from oriice.
College for Girls
Health comet first
Address Box V
CRESCENT COLLEGE Eureka Springs Ark.
AIM TO LIVE
100 YEARS OLD
Keep the Bowel3 Clean and
Liver Active Without Calo-
mel Take Van Lax.
Barring accidents there is no rea-
son why we should not live to a hun-
dred by keeping the bowels clean and
open and liver active. Calomel won't
do this. It sickens. Van Lax Is a
scientific substitute that won't sicken
you but acts gently and pleasantly on
the bowels. Van Lax prevents sick-
ness eliminates intestinal poisons of
digestive organs increases poor circu-
lation restores strength. Hundreds of
letters from users prove its wonderful
help to victims of rheumatism in-
somnia sick and nervous headaches
stomach disorders. Van Lax Is na-
ture's master tonic. Any druggist can
supply you with a big bottle for 60c
or send to Van Vleet Drug Co. Mem-
phis Tenn. Rosy cheeks and spark-
ling eyes and the disappearance of
pimples and facial blemishes will con-
vince you of the merit of this new
health discovery. Try Van Lax today.
Don't walUr-AdY . .
GOVERNMENT HARD ON
TRAIL OF ENEMY SPIES
Startling Discoveries Made in
Search for Germany's Se-
cret Agents in U. S.
WASHINGTON July D. More com-
plete and efficient co-opcratlon of the
I'nltocl States secret service agents
with those of Kuropeun allies is rec-
ognized us the great problem that must
be met 13 stumping out the spy evil.
it wits kuid toduy that operatives
of the state war navy und Justice de-
partments are co-operating with good
results In running down active alien
enemies but It wits strongly Indicated
thut much remained to be accom-
plished in relationships with the ser-
vices of foreign countries.
llepresentatives of the allies already
ure i this country It Is understood
and are working to bring about I lie
desired co-operative nctliin.
Many schemes set on f ot by enemy
plotters have been thwurted und it is
suld thut the urchlves of the depart-
ment contain reitylH of activities
which would If made ki.own be of
Thut the attacks on American trans-
ports were the result of the work of
spies Is accepted generally in VYiiu-
Ington without surprise. The ease of
transmission of infoi million to tho
enemy Is apparent in the fact that
commercial messages to neutral na-
tions have suffered little curtailment
from federal supervision. An Innocent-looking
cuble to a Dutch mer-
chai might easily carry news of in-
valuuble importance to the Germans.
THIRTEEN SUFFRAGISTS OWN
COUNSEL IN POLICE COURT
Declare Fourth of July Celebration
Merely l'uirlollc lmlceiiilciicc.
WASHINGTON July 5. Thirteen
women suffragists put on trial In po-
lice court here toduy on charges of
disorderly conduct und unlawful as-
sembly us a result of their demonstra-
tion before the White House yester-
day protested they were celebrating
the Fourth of July peacefully and
patriotically when stopped by the po-
lice. The trial will be resumed tomor-
row. The women were released to-
night upon their own recogmzunce.
Acting as their own counsel the
women exhibited in court the banner
curried in the demonstration bearing
a quotation from the Declaration of
Independence and cited it us proof of
their patriotic Intent.
1'ollcemen called to testify were
cross-examined rigidly by Mrs. Helena
Hill Weed one of the defendants.
Once during this procedure Mrs. Weed
addressed l'ollce Judge Mullowny
"1 am not a lawyer and am not cer-
tain as to what I may properly ask."
"You are doing a whole lot better
than most lawyers" encouraged the
Miss Lucy Hums another defend-
ant also acted as counsel. The women
pleaded not guilty and demanded sep-
arate trials but this was refused to
all except Miss Hazel Ilunkins who
declared she did not curry a banner
yesterday. All the women had spent
lust night In the house of detention.
WOMAN FAINTS WHEN SON
IS "HIT" BY HOAX DRAFT
PoMlnjr of PuriMittctl Kegl.stratlnii
Figures Stirs tho City
SAPULPA. Okla. July 6. TJie
posting of bulletins in conspicuous
places here tonight containing figures
purporting to be the first numbers
drawn for the selective draft creuteo
great excitement until finally proved
Large crowds gathered In front of
the stores where the bulletins were
posted and hastily examined their
It has not been learned Where the
figures were obtained or who was
responsible for giving them out but
an Inspection Is under way by both
city and county officials. A woman
fainted in front of a drug store when
her boy turned to her and unnoni ced
that he had been one of those to us
Hankers lawyers doctors business
railroad and oil men were alt In the
crowds and discovered that they "had
been caught in the draft." Accord-
ing to the figures announced there
were 112 men culled from this city
on the first draft.
It is said that the figures given out
hore were sent from Tulsa. There
were 14 numbers announced and the
supposition was that those in eueh of
the eight precincts of the city hold-
ing corresponding numbers were
those drawn first for service
INDIANS MAY TAKE BONDS
Supremo Court Holds Tluit Approval
of IVolialc Court Ofcns Way.
OKLAHOMA CITY July 5 Ac-
cording to supplemental rules of the
supreme court issued toduy guard-
ians of wards with approval of pro-
hatf courts appointing hem may in-
vest funds of their wards in bonds of
tho United States. This would muke
It possible to invest such funds In
Liberty bonds. Many inquiries bear-
ing on this point have come to the
courthouse during the past few
weeks. Another rule adopted by the
court is that sessions of the tribunal
will be called nt 1 o'clock on Tuesday
mnrnlnLTi Instead 'iY 10 as bmelofore
Jhas been tho rule. Itci?ulur terms of
the court will begin tho second Tues-
day In October Kccember February
April and June of each year.
NEGRO IN SERI0USFiX
AS RESULT OF SHOOTING
I'lansa Hardy May Jlo From Wounds
Inflicted Vestertluy by Henry
Commandeering his victim's rifle.
Henry Watts a negro known in police
circles as "Supple Sox" shot I'lansa
Hardy alleged owner of a roadhouae
north of Tulsa at 8 o'clock yesterday
morning. Hardy is in a very serious
condition at his home In "Llttlo
Africa" having been shot thru the
chest and the leg.
Watts was arrested by local police
shortly after the shooting and will
be held pending the outcome ot
According to reports Watts entered
the alleged road house conducted by
Hardy and his family In a drunken
condition. When Hardy put up a de-
fense with his rifle. It is thot that
Watts wrested the flrarm from his op-
ponent and shot film twice.
; i r-
Cumin to t lie rulaoo
SURPRISE WEDDING SPRUNG
BY GEORGE J. GOULD JR
Murrlnge of New York Ciiitail.sr.i
Stin unil Mis iJturu M. Carter
Wus fillet Affair.
PHTLAUF.LPHIA July 6. tleorg'
J. Oould Jr. 21 son of the Now York
1 anker and railroad magnute was
married here today to Miss I. aura M.
('inter of Freehold N. J. also 21 by
Itev. William II. t'hiilfonl. former
pastor of tho Thirteenth street Metho-
dist Kplscopul church tho only wit-
ness being Oeorge K. Coleman a
friend of the bridegroom. tlould
gnvc his occupation as schoolteacher.
NKW YOHK. July 5. The wedding
of (ivorgti .1. tlould Jr. today Is the
second In the family this week nti
brother Klngdon tlould huvlng been
murrled Monday In this city to Miss
Annunzlitta Camilla Maria I.uccl an
artist who formerly tutight Italian to
the Could children. The parents of
the young men did not at tend either
ceremony and (leorge was tho only
member of the fumlly present at his
Cleorae (iould's bride has lived
since she was 4 years old with her
aunt. Mrs. U. P. Callahan whose hus-
bund Is a gentlomnn farmer. Their
home is only a few miles from the
Oonld estate at Lakewood.
The bride Is a gruduute of the
Freehold N. J. public schools and
has been given a musical education.
Mr. Dnnld motored this morning
to the Callahan home and from there
to Philadelphia with Miss Carter and
her aunt and two friends of the bride.
Crop Condition I'.xeellciit.
WASHINGTON. July 5. Harvest-
ing of winter wheat under general fa-
vorable conditions altlio the crop Is
lute In most sections need of rain for
spring wheat excellent progress for
spring oats cotton considerably Im-
proved corn steadily improving and
good weather for white potatoes were
the features of today's national
weather and crop bulletin of the de-
partment of agriculture. Fruit con-
ditions were reported as good In prac-
tically all parts of the country.
Ilreuks Hoping ItceorJ.
IIKNUYKTTA. Okla.. July 5
F.-ldle Hurgess full-blooded Creek
Indian was said to huve broken tho
world's roping record here toduy
when he roped und tied a wild steer
in 'i'i'i seconds. This lowered the
pievlous record by 1 V4 r.cconds. Hur-
Ktss Is the owner of a large ranch
Y oung Women Awaiting
The Great Crisis
Of all th vital times
In life th birth of s
baby I th climax of
natur' most won-
derful (volution. After
x period of anxtoui
waiting th hour ar
rive for th advent ol
a new Ufa. Nutun
murt be aided durlni
thli waiting period II
th pain and aanr
of tt.e crista Is to b
Thr generations hve fou..J (.cat r
It f from th many discomfort u( a
proachlng motherhood by th enfe. limn.
honored maaaag. "Mother's Friend". !
Il gently soften vry fibre cord ten-
don and ligament. Th drawn skin be-
comes soft and alaatlo. Tension an4
strain upon th expanding abdominal
muacle I relieved when baby arrtveaj
morning ateknes or nauaea usually ia not
fait and th erlal Is (teased with Infinite-
ly lens pain and danger. I
- "Mother's Friend" has been used by ax- :
peetant mother wltn th greatest sue-
ceea for over forty yeara
Get a bottle from th drHigglst today
and writ th Bradfleld Regulator Co j
Dept. El 155 uimw DUiiaing Aimma
On. for a valuable book brimful of use-
ful information. Th book will be mailed
to you without charge. Do not by any
means neglect to begin th ua of "Moth-
ers Friend"; th preparation Is un-
doubtedly a real and wonderful aid to na-
tur Is bar work.
209 North Cincinnati Avo.
Phono 681 Tulsa Okla.
f ALAOPIN'SOTHFB LAMPy
DAm a .7 7T
thouter Saturday July
fl. W. W. MAY VISIT OKLAHOMA
Attempt Will He Mutie lo Stir lip
Trouble In the .ine Mines.
KL PASO July 6. Five members
of the I. W. W. who arrived here yes-
terday from the Arizona copper fields
were reported toduy to lie attempting
to oi'Knnlze a strike among local In-
dustries closely affiliated with the
copper Industries of tho sou'hwest
IneluJIng tho IriV Kl Poso smelter os
l purl of it general campaign to tie
tip tho copper production of tho entire
The I. W. W representttivcs nre
being closely wat 'hed by the police
mm deputy sheriffs and the men who
have been In conference with them
sle.ee their arrival are also being
watched." fine or the I. W. W. men
ninde it statement yesterday that he
intended going from hero to Oklu-
h una to organize the tine miners in
Muy Hrew a Hit More.
I.ONIioN. July 6. Andrew ltonar
I-aw chancellor of the exchequer an-
nounced In the house of commons to-
day that the government hud decided
to permit the brewing In the quarter
ending September 80 next of an ad-
ditional amount of beer not exceeding
3 per cent of the amount already
allowed for that quarter.
AND GRAY IN HAIR?
Let Q-Ban a Simple Safe
Sure Preparation Bring
Natural Color and Hair
Health. Not a Dye.
Here Is the safe clean healthful
and certain way to restore the nat-
ural color to gray or faded lifeless
hair the method In perfect good
taste and accepted by America's fore-
Cl-Itan Is all ready to use. It Is
guaranteed to be harmless. It Is sold
under guarantee of "satisfaction or
money back." Only 60c for a lurge
bottle lit -Quaker drug store and all
good drug stores.
Try J-I!un Hair Tonic Q-Hun
Liquid Shampoo Q-Ilan Toilet Hoap;
also Q-Han Depilatory (odorless) for
removing superfluous hair. Hend for
free Illustrated book of lectures
"Ilulr Culture." Adv.
MOTICB: I have sun thU announrement aitTeral timei previously. Much ef
It hei bren ropUd and ued bf othera recently but do not be deatlTed Into think-
Inf that my mi-ihndi and tur.ri.n ran be ropiad to eeeily. IMITATION 18 FLAT-
TERYBUT DON'T BB DEOEIVBD. Imltalora do not give the tarn aatitlae-
DR. BTOTTB Eiperlaneed RpaelaP
lat formerly rraldenl phyalclen ef
Hot Hprlnil Ark. offera you the
larfa .end Taluable eiperience of
nieny ytara f aueeeaaful apaolatty
Genuine 606 or 914
ods. Blame only yourself if you pay more than I charge.
CASES LIKE YOURS
I hare built np an eoTlahle repnletlon a TMOKOUOHLY TRUSTWORTHY
Bl'tXJ AI.IBl' by fllni the KIOHT TREATMENT In Juil mch raeee youre.
Long leitia) taut "newvpaper ' ) experlenre hea taught ma to diagooae care-
fully and a fate corrartly dtafnoaed Dia bt conalderrj half eured.
1 make a KIOHT START at the ry btflralnf and do not uae a "one-method
treatment" lor all. I apply arlenttlio ulcd-eut treatment adapted to meet la
reaulrenienla of earn particular raie.
1 KNOW AH VI' TO LMI and HOW TO 00 IT end th beat and qalrkeat reaulta
IF YOU HAVE BEEN "DOCTORED" BUT NOT BENEFITED
Break away from the Inrompetrnt and
w quickly the uvi itJir..M 01
LV L'OMI'ETENT apeelallat will reach
lation to Ihoae who hart about given up
rvo not take any phvaiciau'a nnaupported ord for what he can do for you.
PKOOr la what you want and the 1 "OROl'UHt.Y Ct)MPE?KNT apectalla! la
only too o t H i c ar to PROVE to your int!re sailsfaclon that be la qualified to (if
you th RltiiiT TREATMENT from the rrry begiuntra;
Year In and year out I her MADE OOOIi ASl PROVED UP. Teople her
Warned by pemnai nanerieiica (the beat teacher) thai I do ut disappoint m pa-
tients and 1 am entitM to an opportunity to prove 'hat I will MKASVRE UP In
eery war tv whet YOU natrually expect from BlCKi'TIUN ALLY ADLS and
THOROUGHLY TRUSTWORTHY ap.oiallat.
CHRO.NIO DI8EA8IS. PILE? FISTULA. ULCERATION and ALL DI8KA8E9
OF THE RECTUM AND BOWELS MHtEY. PI.APUKB. bKIN and BLOOD
TROUBLES VARICOSh) VllINH CYHTiriS PK1VATB DISejASKB RIIEUMA-
TIbU and CONSTIPATION come wlthlu my apeclalty.
DO MOT LIST MONBY MATTERS KF.EF YOU AW AT.
X make It eaay for everyone te get the benefit of my eervlcee so blame only
Ionraclf If you stay away on aocount f moary mailer C0KBCLTAT1ON ana
'EI'LNLiAULE AuVlCE tree.
There la nothing In my announcement that visit te my efflee wilt not verify
and yo ar welcome whether you leke treatment or not. Sty eflkee er. opt
au uay Imiu s. u. 14 t p. n. tiuudere from S to 11 sooa.
Dr. STOTTS Specialist
ARE HEARD IN TULSA
Judge V. C. Jackson of State
Commission Spends Day
Judge W. C. Jackson member of
the Oklahoma state industrlnl com-
mission spent the duy In Tulsa yes
tardily investigating ucveral cases un-
der tho workmen's compensation law
The session was held In the county
Five cases of employes who have
been Injured In tho vlelnitv of Tills
while performing their regular duties
came to the attention of Judge Jack-
son. Complete evidence whs tuke.t
during the duy and the commission
will rule In the near future upon th"
enses after hearing a report from the
Clarence L. Dyer was the first
whose case was presented to the In-
vestlgator. lyer was injured last
month when a piece of plate glass
which he was handling slipped cut-
ting him severely. He was In the em-
ploy of the Nichols Transfer com-
pany. T. J. Thornton who was Injured
March 20 when some temporary
flooring gave way Is seeking In-
demnity from J. M. linverflold hi
employer at tho time. Thornton lo
the permanent use of a leg.
Alfred P. Horner suffered a serious
affliction of tho eye on January !!."
when a flying stone became imbedded
In It. Horner was III the employ ot
'be Atlas Construction company.
W. H. Turner on employe of t
Kerr Hubburd & Kelly Olasa com
puny seeks damage from a brulzeC
finger which bo suffered as a result
of handling a blow-pipe.
On liecember 27 1917 Pink Con-
dren was struck tn the foot by a pick
and Is now seeking redress from the
Prairie CHI A lias Co.
Would lltd Some..
"I'm willing to do my bit toward
Increasing tho country's food supply."
growled tho commuter.
"lty shooting several of my wife's
town relatives who have formed the
hitlitt of spending week-ends with us
They're awful eaters."
Tell Your Wife
Doesn't hurt a bit to lift corn
or calluses off with fingers.
Not a twinge of pain or
soreness heforo applying
or aftorwards. This may
sound like a dream to
corn-pestered mon and
women who have been
cutting filing and wearing
torturous plasters. Yes:
?orns lift right out and
calluses peel off as If by
A small bottle of frees-
one costs but a few cents
nt any drug store. Apply a
few drops directly . upon
your tender corn or callus
and Instantly the soreness
disappears; then shortly
the corn or callus will be
to loose that It lifts off.
Kreezone dries Instantly
It doesn't eat out the corn
or callus but just shrivels
It up so It lifts away with-
out even irritating the sur
rounding skin. Women
should keep a tiny bottlo
handy on the dresser and
never let a corn or callus
My Fees Bel.
don Over S3S
Th doctor who think h ran fool all
tht ptopU all tha tlnia foolt him If
woril of all. Yoa tra eapabla ot think
trig thingi out for ounalf and com-
mon am talli you that a doctor who
Ii raralasa (to tajr tha lat In hit aa-
iiounctratnta la a I no cartUia -or wori
m drallnf with his patianta. I would
tharafor. inm!t your totlllo M
wall aa brand mysalf ou worthy of youf
confidanca. If I rasorUd to Mn pro Na-
tional and unbualnaaallka tartioa. 6klU-
fu t rant men! and honaat matboda haM
nabltd ma to tnaka food year In and
yar out. Paopla know from aiparianoa
that I urn far nfora Intaraatad in ffMag
than rarVul and akillful attatition than
In fttlnf my faa and for thta alinpla
reason I aava a largar nara bar of ourad
and atlaf)d pMiaota than bofora
Fifura It out for youraalf.
administered by the
latest approved meth
the reroleea doctors. Let me ahow Y00
RNT ol a I.IVK UP TO DATS and THOROUGH-
rtach YOtTR condition. &fy treatment la a reve
a 1.1 r. ur i'
lOl R condition
Sim South Xoatos At
(Over Puritan Oaf) -Tulsa.
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