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II L.-A DAILY WOULD J klUA .J I .nK 2i 15)21
1
HUMPHREY URGES I Untied Stales Government
UNION STATION
Sunpost Proposition !?
Laid Ik'forc the State
Hoard nt Onco
Confiscates Arms on Ship
Bound for Belfast Ireland
i
fMi' tni! th.il iu tt l tin- !'"'
lnRlritl IIP" In I'llMl tilt' ImhMi i f
union iiimpt iiKcr mntlnn fin Ttii
unit thnt fhi h it maMmi fun l"
curort imK tliPtiiiKh Hi" hibhiiI' '
effort nf thi ritv liiiiniK Hi- i
V. 1. II .ttphl'V rx mi i"l ill"
rfimmi!wtl"niM ir 'ikl.ihmiiii nii'l
Tulit.t Httr.vt ' li'i" -m'Ki-xti l In
)lttir ' Hi'' I Ulllllll-I (if I lilllllHTi
thai llii I" .U"H lit- HIil l"f'i
Hi I't iti- i .i'infi.iii i limit fui
tlir i'liv nii'l lh.it i I' urn it i "
).i nr i.i iIuikh lw lirmishl tin '
Oiilrlne II " prnpr rty for rmnnm' n
tn iml.ll ni' lV tltu oriitl"!! '
ti i hiin.it f n lliMi.
Inn Ink' tin' timn tlm lif n "'I "
ntnti' I'liniMili'ii'infr. fpum I I '
I'll 5. In. i. mi ilppllril fur ""I It"
Itn irM i 't itinn: it c.'itl.Hi ' '
Krnit..l i" iill.ihmn Mi i.m n "I
Hit. iiinluM ufr nf tin r'.nl-t ' i
M. in unrtlm. Hi' i I' i '
ft" I .1 II" I Il1 ft"! "III' " I" ' 'I
lWn up uilinr mn'illti imm mi
.l . .1 I'll t It Tumi il I. -it 'ii ' v
nf tli f it t Hit Hit 1 1 ' i ' I. 1 1 i ''
Iriffn Inn ii ml tin' n ill' .I'll 'I
tin- 1'irnt'nt at'iflnnit unit n. i . -n i I
nt.illnr. nml thul i.ii."im iitl.ui in
itittliiKi imilil I"' i.iiii'.l i.i'ii'i'
ii'iv it i '.hiili'riil.! Ii - " ' 'tit'i
9 r Mr Huiiifilin v l.illiv tliil
ni.u In thi' llini' In I ik" i. Il 'ii.
I III !S I I 1 1 1 I (irl ltll-)
I inn I "t Inti ii li t ' ho t ini '1
riiiitiwlnv. "In llii' tirtipimlt lixi In mv
in I'tt t'pl UN l ('IHfi-lt llllll t" ft
fMcnt If It l IhiuiKlil ili'Hlnil.l. I
mil uUUiik In iipbIki In ihi'k. in in j
tin- tiiattrr In I In- nirpor.HI"ii mm
tnlsHon. nni nH nn nttiirmv fur i
tniiniTBllnri. hut nlily tn tin- intfiii "f
pn-npi-rnlliiK Willi whulMir riainm'
yrni fiiiiv piffiT. mill In till iirtlnn
I inlrilil wiiiRt'iit Hint ft ii v iini' nf vmr
nrtlvi' mt'inli'm wlm liim llini'. rniili
inrliai pri'lifnt HiIh enrv tn Hie nn
nnrntlmi rnininlwiliiii hh fully nn f
l.lWVI'l' llllltllt.
"Tim tlMlly pninin Inilltali' Hint r
r or tn I ii pint nf the iltv ri'untlv ili'v
nutatoil Binl lii'ii Infnm kinmn a"
'l.lltli' Afrlin' lni liccn In n .-
fnnt milliiniir vpi ml liy llii' firp
limit nml thi'ri' Iihh hi'i'ii Hniiii' hiii;
Kiwllnii thnl Dipup prpinli"' Hlinulil
ln mi tintrt'il fur pulillf iimp If th
nit nf tlw pity iiuimll whi prodl
rutPil Knli'lv iiptm IIiIh vIpiv. with il l
prp'icp tn Hip iii piniilly of flrp limlln.
wllhlii thi' n r i' ii ini'iitliini'il mul wlth-
mit n fiTt'iii p In llni iiiipi'nhIiv nf
kiiiIi cnnttnl fnr Hip pnitiptlnn nf
prnni'ity within t' (irctt liivnlvi'il I
hnvp riiiiip ilniit'l nn In thu viillillly
of t In- uMllniilit'P.
I. ami .M 1 1 -1 lli ('iiiiilcniiicil
"If thu rnllwiiv PdiiipiinlPii hhmilil
lip rripilrpil tn Imilil n linlmi Htutlnn.
they wotilil iln It Imllri'i'tly liy tlu
cri'iillnn of n tpunlniil pntnp.'inv. Ill
Vhli'h they mill nil olhi'in wlmiil
tlipy rniihl Intprint wniilil lnkp Hlni k
nml tlinrpfnrp Hip iinlnn Htnthm nml
Hip iipprntlnn nf trains Intn nml nut
pt Mm damn wniilil ho mannKPil hi"
Kiich tPiinlMiil I'uiiipany. If It Ih iln.
rlrnhln to cunwrt 'I.lttln Afrlcn'
tn imlillp nap why nnt nrKitnUn nni'
Vrlnc I'linili'iiiiintloii proci'pillm'"
nml thonliy ncuulio thn tirnpprty
oik'. lm In pmilllnti tn convprt th
nunn tn puhlli' iihh hy thn vri'Ctluu
of tPriiiln.il faclllllPH. eti"
?.lr. lliiinphrpy xtntcil ypxtpnliiy
that nny ::nup nf IiiihIiii'hi men.
pouhl If Ihpy no ili'.ilrpil h.M'k th"
prnpnhltlnii nml tlirmnplvni f I mi n i'
the InilhllnK 'of a Htnllnu Ihn cnirU'ri
In pay n pcrcpiit nn thn Invent luent
nflpr It wiih flnlnhpil. TIip ili'V.iHtatPil
nri'fi iih hukkphIpiIi wnuhl hn thi
inimt convenient place all thliiKt
rnnnlileii'il for thp hiilhllm; of n
pnvHMiKPi' nlntliin. nml Hhniilil tha
hp the IhkIpiiI jilaro for Hh Incatlnn
now Ij the time tn net.
FRISCO TO BUILD A BRANCH
Miin Will he Mm led In Tcnltnr) to
(he WikI of llrlstou .Sunn.
HpirUI In Tlii- Wnrlil.
llltlSTOU'. June j - .Vptorillm;
tn unnoiiiiceiupnl inailii hern thin
week liy offtclalii of the Prmrn till
road n brunch Hup will minu he tin I It
Into tlui territory Junt west of llrls-
low. Tho brunch linn will start
about four iiiIIph wpst of HrlMow nml
p.-s through thn Kelly flchl mul Into
thu Itcil Hank dl.it! Id a illHtanco of
about 12 miles. Thn ppw linn will
lm built Into thin pectlon tn tnkn enro
of thn oil thnt In prmlucoil thurp.
Added Intel eHt Ih lielmr taken In
tho field went of llrlstnw In li'w nf
the fact that the railroad cinpjirv
h.in cen fit to Marl a line 1 ri i thru
flelilH. The line linn alrt'.i.U Iippo
KiirvePd and inrl Ih i pee cd ml
Htart Mthlu HO da". t.rrii lali atd
A new tiUMi Mill be .nailtil citlnr m
tile Kills field ii "in where Hip
br.im-h line it.iitH m In the Ki'd
Hank dlMilft w here tlm lino wil. i
tprmln.Hi
FOREIGN SCRIBES HOPEFUL
Tlilnl. Cih'p'h "hmi(i' to Win Prom
lleinp-cy Aro t.'noil.
N'l'.W VOllU. .lime 2.1 -OonririM1
('.tipentler Iihh mcie th.in nn peii'
chnnie of currying awa;' the hen -
wplcht linMiiK title In the tiploli.n !
nf the vmiRUanl nf CiiritpiMn npnrl (
Inp wrltiTH who m lived ..tav.
iibonril the new 1'iench l'n"il
I'arlHlnn un hei maiden tilp lium
Havre.
Charles Ledinix b int mw eirht
i hamplon nf Frame pi idlii. .1 r.n
pentlcr would knm k out Iii inpMi.i
tn U rniindB.
"DempHPy will Iip i nihil iii"ii t"
f'Rht a biatn (oupli'd witii mi i .m. n ii
uml preclHlnii In hitttnir " he ul'l
t.r ltr i i r ip.in.l' ni "f
th. r i -is r i' 1-w 1 1 i
' U l . i 1. I.. . it iii ll
1 J-' ' 1 1 t i I v i i . ' 1 ' ' i In 1 .1
Wii;'v'i ' " ; a''.vi ""J':''m
'Ult I tipsno'H 211 111 l"1 .1 111 t(i-
tl s.-t Vlll I II. I 'I'l. ' I' .111
Xl " 'Mm
ivmt Ma'?mM3i w.n" m w hist i ' i
fa $W&TW$rJm
I'm) nf the mill' mul .iiiiiiiiimlliui In In uiil..iiliil fiiim the S S l.islidilo
mul In. nli il oiilii i.i nn .
A' line l." 'I i; .' 'I ' ' I . .11 i I I
H' ll 1 l.'i till 1 1 1 1 1. 1' tl 1 1" I. Hit. I Xll.l p.ll'-l I
the H. H IviMHIit" Juki In lute nil. i li iireil f.t
Hplxiire wui due I" u Hp f i "in the Irlnh nffit i
ii' t hi iHiik In tli" I "tiilnn Hktt'h 'Die utiUM ai'i
fltfhlliiK nml .lie Hi-hi mul i.nrllv liiimllt'd or t
i .'ii r f II In ll "H T' i idly
I i iiiiiiiinlt inn found nn Immd
lleir.ml via Nttrfnlk Thn
of Ih" Itrlllnh fpiV"! nmi "it
i rftt lent wi.ipniiM fi.r Hti'"
ii. en li-.l.
Chicago Girl Kidnaped
Drugged in Chewing Gum
TULSA BOOSTED
BY JUNIOR C. C.
Activity of the Oil City
Clminber the Talk of
Y the Convention
Tl a H e Tulna )nnlnr Phatnher of
ti.mrr .. thrmiKh 111 reeiird tnodn
r a. iivIHph and Iln pollrlen lnci
n (it imitation whh orm of tho unt-
'ii (I Mr ft.iturmi nf tho convention
f the t'liltt'd HtatPH Junior chamber
t r ftii'icr-o JiiHt rlrntftl In Ii.iII.ih
tl i ii 'lie nil i lly organ yntnti
n k t i 1 1.1x1 in none wan Hi" 'tin-
r in tf opinio' . iiimiuK the ib le-
iti " Hie conferei.t'o who made
i r ' mul report hi the ri mitar
iii I iln lleon at the lintel TiiIhii
1 1 i I iv Curl IMphI Hlrewipd In
i. i ' Hip pnrt that TiiIhii iIbIp-
k In the M'ffll'ilitl of the entl-
p'.lntliii; mil Hint fit the flint
i i mi iiilpmltil by the TulHitim
t to Hm hlKhest honor In the
iv 1 1 of tluit poiivprillini tn grant
ii i n n nnn of th Tuljft tiiPii.
T phennmptinl irrnwth nf thn
i ( I -'.i'..t iirganlcitlon In thnlwn
i i if its life Iln work arid pliinn.
I . Hi. "lie nf the talk mntle by
i' r hIit Hnd V A. Thnmpimn
i n.d Hn financial program of
i 1 1' inlxntlnn Kntprtnliimcnt
i iri ..f Hm (onventlon nml the
v inti nf D.iIIhh werj iIIhpiiwk d
1 i iiitlpr In hH ii'iiort.
.'if hIIvpt a lirpinenlpil to
A r nltr. who ban tui terminal -lit
lii.i 'PivltPH n peciptnry of the
i i .i itiaintnr to work with the
i "rg.iiilwitlnti ami who Ih now
i ii un O Hei ri inri. In the nhnenep
f c..i)iip ImiliitlaH. with Hie hint
iHh' "f the ii nni it Inthin that he I.i
iiviin? Mr. Ht.td'i wlm win m.ir j
n il ..ii the eve of leaving fur I Ml !
lit made hli Jinn my in tin t "riven i
I nn iltv till b"!'i yrnt"ii trip The I
i i. nt iln n tpi'it Ii wiih made by I)i i
i'. H HummcrH. j
Hint; in Present II. S. I
Polo Team With Cup
Gives Her Life
In Saving Three
Drowning Tots
!i;OIUA. Ill .Iitne '.'1 Mrn.
A. n e ('"tun !ly 4 1. of KdwaidH
Htnllon euve her life tnday to rpn-
(up Ju r three ihihlien from
drowning. Hh" whi rxhitUHtpil
nfter taklni: 'ho thirl t bi;. to
wifely and ft II bank Intn Hi"
writer ili'inmtig before Hn' . lul-
dren could mtinnion luuilHtunte
Ii v
i L I; .j
. . n i ' . ' i'. i n.. : i -ill. lm t .1
. f. ' - I 1 .1 t I ..! Ilf I d rt ' tl lp HI
I .-'i I i'1'llly If (ill i nn lis.lrr
M.-.lfii miiinun' "l lot toti.iy.
WABIIINOTON. Jun 13 Thn Willi.
' amiibfil miit bill flth nil nor mrntl-
it.titii im reported toilay by tlii ttnu
uiiit lArjr romtnlttrA. lh rules coni-
i iittoti n upwinl to kI v it rlnht of y
in thn houB within th nit few dayi.
to ii Ij ti
U - Ml NJT.
I
t
ent ll
I II .. . l
11
the pfpa'drnt Itev. Hnr
"It was antiourieil ftt
ti ee'llii? rf the ( rgiti. it
Tul." i Thursday r."..ti t
unil.iy tilht for Oak
atti nd the lrt. : n il i
of I.lnnn clubrt and ex;
WA8HINOTOH. J'ini wmum nur- uivhj- mr n mniim.
rm mtnuriciuri-r or Jinni nmnn iitmer unit wiih
i-n.. was iium naira lonnv ur itmh t ni Thin-. in'. .....ah.... it.
ItardlniT fnr Hi. rmit mini; ii.tirv on . .. ' " r 1
lb tariff commilfn.
I 1
l ne CI A r..Mlbl
t'.i-ku m ti i . nn I'ltum' ''1 V i(' '"
. ' . .i r ' lai "in . i .I bti en Id
ahead of Iha nw tariff bid waa al.'i u it'fl
n Hi.. nfnMT" i Ay by aitial. . i llal. ii.
t i'1'U bllCHh Ibiltulia
:f
.n.y un torHlll(? ..
hi stlri'
Wire Flashes
!
CMUKUNh iii .lure J i Pi" M'.-i
nf offi'MfM n 'I o "!-'' .'Tl nf th t' -
ii-itiun'i"fi t ir nn- xi 4 iwu ri nt i ''
tIU itUrn .f I iipt.nr " tor l f 'i
lltUiriMth li-il ' T ' 'MHn Of KlWBhii iii
! llOW III Hi rtl (I ) I '
tfirurt"'tt Al"f'tlri hvn fcn i m.
Uhtll July ?1 hy ift'VrfMtiftit rt-' rem an
r-iitlt "f I opt nail of an tphl mi of
li J 11 Influvfu.
l)AMff. TAn .ltm 2.1.- IU 'tldrruntii
fin alt Turltl Un r-n r-'lii'l
(rftn ij tn n ptv i .nt by th tU!l f 1
rn KoRt'rv . i Nnh m - nnl tin ntHi'.nn-
dient ! ll I- Nai'C.Aiit. (un'in t --t ih-
inmituti'.n 1 i" ii w i li n.i4 ti
fct.v Jiin
OKLAHOMA I M iKlf 1 1 n ?1
Oh lull ll t t (v (It ' It M fll' t
!! I "r a . I t f r (.
v I ( 1 " - n j J - I i t 1 f. ( ii- i
Iv.n" I A a 1 i I I .til
LUCKY
STRIKE
NiMV Tfllit. JiirtM il Thn Vlrrlnt. HI10AI.IA. Mo.. Junn 21. M'.llljm
iirnlf.A i hftnieii! rompnny to.l jr tl llrttltn. chr(tp.1 with th mur1fr .(
n rrffiilar nuttrinrly 1iviin1 nf 2 pr- U(tr tnnrt'. nn Mav .? fnunt nit
mnt on referrHt niork IrLiiuie of trade guilty Utf iunt ftltchl by a jury atxer two
roh'llll jh. bourn liltbc rntlMti.
WAHIIINOTO.V .turn 21 - TrMMi'
i Hnrf'iiif; lia pl"tiit nnor.iit Jitn i
MArin In Vrle tn t prr mrlirift J ti u
npt'iulii It wan lrrnpl at the hlt h"uic I
tola y.
OKMflIKW OklA . Jtmi Sl-An
riini fTnnt bun hf martfl in Oklnhoin
t Ity of thi pimiii'innt of W 11. t'rtim'
if OKmulK". m" nivrrtbT of th uta'n
Ijoartl nt Atrrlr-tilturr to aurr! Pr ti.
A. Ualtra wlioa trrtn has ftplr(1.
.r':. . n ! MARSHALL WILL PRESIDF '
mm'i. hrrn today In rrnniiiHl Atntru t i m 1 1 iiit-wifc
''.nt'. Th ftbr ta t-t ft'.minl'tiT tn
w hifpihrf. Th chaigo Man attrmt.
riininal kitsiult.
U'trillTA Kn .luf.f :3 Oot-mnr It.
f AHn ttl t p !'( Na n.n a
lua trrn nn sovrnor inrii lw I-Iril
in two Aililr1 a mail h r yruft r.lay
lU'X. itHt to I Vi-o to Attcnri
Iiitrniatloiuil I.Idiim Mt ctlnt:. i
C K MttH ill. vi prifltlcnt of
th' iK.t' will 1 a chaiKu of ti
1 ) r i i . Ii -lut'Tir thn (sfKo o
LOW PRICES
On IIIkIi drailp Itppalr rW
Watches Cleaned $i oo
Hnlancc Jewels ... $j Uq
Main SpriiiK-H .... $100
Holler Jewels . . . $ioo
Halanco Staffs . .$1 t0'2
Ciocka Kepaired . 50c up
OLIVER
thi; .ir.wri i it
2JI l.aM 'Ihlnl Hired
''ITS TOASTED'
CIIICAti' .luriP II - A a rc-
hiiIi nf the Ht'ii'iitl nn Indramallc x hi -nnpliiK
in Hn hintt.i here within -I
lit .ii rn. Mrn .It utile Admin. IS who
Hiiyn nhe wiut man nil a I the mm of
I I wiih found iim'iiiiHt'i'iUH Inday on
a linlitevai d In .South Chli UH".
At VVaHhliiKton lioiileMiid hoHpltal
he Inlil a ninaatlon.il loiy of Imv-
IliK been 1 1 rn Kti ' I luln mi uiitoiiiohllo
hv a man nt .South Sluto and Hlxty-
thlid Hlrei In
INTO COUTHERN SEMI-FINALS
Allaiiln. Nii-lii lib' t'haltnmiii'i
mill MemplilH .Men Surilve.
NAHM VII. 1.1 ). Tenn .limn ?1
1'erry Ail.ilr Atlanta. l''rank (Ind-
chatix. NaHhllle 11. 11 Wen.eler
MemphlH. mul l'nllaek llnyil. Chat
"Thn man In the mitoniiitdlp Mnll-
il nt me and nfknl if I want'd to
lake ride" nhe mild. "I did not
ucecpt lie mnhhetl my hamlM ami
IriiKKi'tl Hi" Into Ihn ear It wmiw
we rt.ile all day and nil lnt nlKht.
"All that 1 i pi nil Ih that Iip uuvn
me a Htlek nf Ituiii nml It iiiiihI liave
madn me tllli'Mifn Iniin."
Hhe .ive the pdllcii n ennd do -net
litltui uf Hip man. riillee now
have two kldmipliiKn of jhuiik i:irln
to hoIvc
lanooKa won their way Into the
Hciiil fluali of the Soiiihi ru Rolf
tntiniiiment by ilrfeatliiK their op
ponnntH In Jfl-holn mutt hen. Ad.ur
will meet (lodehatix toiuorrnw when
Wen.t'ler pl.ijs ll.iyd. Wini Ii
feated I.oiiIh Tntihow l.i mm lite 2
up In their mat h tnthi'
The two biggest smiles
in my family are Sisters
when her beau calls and
mine when Ma says
Bobby here's
' afpl'l
Post
.Toasties
for you'1
Best Corn Flakes
I.HNDtlN Jiitin 33 --Ann rl' a
Iinit. tram who h yesterday ha. i i
ihiiitich thn defeiiHe of the HrtU n
iititn itntloti mid won the rlcht t "
i arry hack nerorei the Atlantic tin
..tn national ( halleiiiter cup w.v-
warmly coni;ratulatPd by polo ex
pertn ami tho newnpijier writers
hero today Tho cup will he limulcd
to the Amerlcnn by King fU'ort?o
lirohahly on Satuiil.iy.
(ill eveiy hand It wit ntlmlttetl
today that vlctoiy went where It wan
muni (lem'rved and nowHwrllerii and
editor incepted the rcHiilt of the
two matt hPH with cheerful reHlRnn-
tUin. No pxcuaert were offered for th'
IlrltlHh team hi i' wan ("ntend'd
Iln play wil' n.illy exc. Iient except
ltl the phi er u Miln It' to i i.:e op
no- ion i i un I I It Htni'Kht
Cigarette
No cigarotto has
tho samo delicious
flavor as Lucky
Strike. Because
Lucky Strikois tho
toastud cigarette
THINGS FOR MEN
At Unusually Attractive Prices
Madras RliirU with woven silk stripes frf) A p
late patterns at w& tLLJ
The now broad banded Sonnitt Straw d3 f(
Hats at tPO.UU
Armor Plate pure thread Silk Hose 7Pr
(liiality Kuai'anteetl at I tJ
Wilson Uros'. Athletic Underwear in madras dimity
checks etc. fTA
at 1 $1.125 4JL.OU
All-Wool UathiiiK Suits in fast colors form fitting
close-knit Karmcnts (JJp ff
.fa.no to - DJ 1lF
Holmes Clothes Shop
223 SOUTH MAIN STREET
Dally lllihleials il I'miii .'. to ".lie; ro raid to All ('ostiiiuers nt
PIGGLY WIGGLY
'ALL OVER THE WORLD"
vroiti mi t
21 l.nM l'lrl SliiM't
Mom o u
('nrner Sci'onil mul llo-uni
NOTE A FEW OF OUR PRICES
PU WHITE SUGAR
SUGAR
PURE
White Cant:
Iti.ind
Aimoiir'H Star
ltiicmi. per
pound
I'urc Paliy .Maid Huttit. O).
ier Hi rJ-jL
. 47c
tot(;1i i.. i. .; u''.ij i'ji:ura
Vl-lt l lipsnn'H sii ill .i in! In- S
I .1 i nils II. i ..a. . I. an- fl
Shave With
Ciillcura Soap
The New' Way
Without Muft
iM'iuiirch I'ichcmch i'iOi
limited HUliply foul tn
a i iiHitimer per Jar . . .
Ja is
40c
1'. .t i. Soap
10 Pail
Strictly fresh Selected K'h n t-artons
per doz
Kent St .1 mill I (1 I'nin.
No. .' ill UK 3
Mann i
tl m
I Bathieg
1 rniir
UUV U il U"ftw tfi I
WW K
I n
Sw ifi ricmlum ..ii i
pi ii i d. pi
pound
Mcadtivt (iidd Hotter
per 11.
"n:...25c
1)C
25c
t'.illfiu nlii Villi rack TomatoeH
N". 'i ' i HliH
a. Ii
t 'alum in Xfiill Pack ToniiitneH
N i .' can.
li ti .hi Hrand HphI ll.m.iii.iii
'I il I'm. 'apple in Hi ruii Nn.
27k
lloyal llnwuii.ui Sh i t .
apple. In hoavv )nii'. t rt
No. I can em h L I y C
American Kraft i'Iiik" - I
20c .una wich. . . I 4C
Anirrlcan Krnft riie
ennn cacli ...
24 c
Anii'il.nn Krnft i'hpee. )Q.
3.ii i .inn. pai h ZiaC
i' . f i ii hi Kraft rhpn.n'
' " t ir -. i i cli .
42c
Wo enrry n most complete lino or dried and fj-csh fruits
and fresh vt'Retiiblcs.
I)elieri Sci il.c 1. 1 all n.ni. i.r I (.....! f.irl.li.r S ... .11.1.-. nml...
initii l.ir a icaM.o.ilil. . h.n. c r..r nt. u.-mil i-li..m 11111 at ilns
I M.tlt
In l.n
A i tu Btfeezn 'StwEsh
OUR SUMMER CLQMES
Come here exi)ecting fine style superior workmanship
and the best fabrics ever seen in summer clothes and
you'll not find them wanting; Here are clothes made for
comfort on the hottest days of summer yet with all the
style good looks and careful workmanship ever put into
any clothes.
Single and double breasteds some with belted effects.
Models for men and yotmgrncn of every type taste build
and income. New striped or plain patterns in both light
and dark shades. They're as good for travel as for busi-
ness or outing wear. The cost is very low.
$18 $20 $22.50 $25 up
r 1. '. ii . ii lUfi ii h.i i. i. -V
I
The name Madansky changed to May Bros.
tilk jitid Wii.il $5.00
Wool SuiU $5.00 up
Cotton Suits $3.00 up
Our stock of hathiiiK suits tlu.-t
year is the best ever. You will
find one to suit you and they are
prii ed very reasonably. We also
have the liatliiiiu caps and bath-
inn hoes. lU' sure to see our suits
before you buy. Get one and en-
joy the water this summer.
i
107 South Main
jun: insurance: scrvkz
Phone Osape 22-8022
LIFE
INCOME
for your
wife is
easily
secured
with an
AETNA
POLICY J

AVDavpnport Gcnlt
ATNA Ue hsuranco Co
219-220 PaloceBkfc.
Icmriai no atertta. PhnrJ
CSilldren's
Ailments
DISORDERS of the stomach and constipation arc
the most common diseases of children. To
correct them you will find nothing better than
Chamberlain's Tablets. One tablet at bed time will
do the work and will make your child bright and
cheerful the following morning Do not punish
your children by giving them castor oil. Chamber-
lain s j. auiets are better and more pleasant to wkc
r
V-iaomiiaaiaMsau
U5ageuo'o yx appomtTnorrt?

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