The Kiowa County News. (Lone Wolf, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 5, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 14, 1915 Page: 2 of 9
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WITH ORGANIZATION COMPLETED
»OTM HOUSES EEGIN AC-
Tl PMK SCHOOL LAID DOT.
WfNt Started ta Abolish a Number ef
•tata Raarda and Departmenta.
—Other News at the
Tha resolution calling for a probe
•f tha school land department, which
waa Introduced bjr Representative Lu-
mber Harrison of Seminole county, was
paaaad without a dissenting vote after
M had been amended so as to provide
for open meetings of the Investigating
committee and directing the state ex-
aalaer and Insepctor to do the neces-
sary technical clerical work Involved
la the Investigation.
Abolition of the state board ot af
fall*. Ibe state capitol commission, the
state board of education and the board
of prison control as now constituted In
the senate and has been the general
topic of discussion about legislative
halls and hotel lobbies since.
The bills were Introduced In the
senate Thursday afternoon by Senator
O' J. Logan of Hobart and Senator
frank Deaumau of Waurika.
Ooee to Department.
By the terms of one bill all powers
Bow exercised by the board of affairs
are to be transferred to the secretary
of state, and by reason of the In-
creased duties of his office the secre-
tary Is authorised to applnt two addi-
tional clerks at a salary of $1,600 each.
By companion bills, Introduced at
the name time by the same senutors,
the state capitol commission, the stnte
■•E equipment off temporary cl
roema for the state university.
Ryan, Tucker. Cordell. Ruseell and
Buckner, proposes ths submission of
constitutional amenement provMtog
for n graduated laud tax.
Fields of the senate and Cox of the
house, appropriating $40,000 for the
construction of an auditorium and
training school for tho Northeastern
normal at TahlequaH.
Davis, authorises the governor to
contribute funds for the detection, ap-
prehension and conviction of bank
Notice of conteet for the seat occu-
pied by Representstlv# C. L. Pink-
ham from Kay county waa Bled with
the house by W. W. Whitmore. Whit-
more Is n republican and according to
returns Plnkham defeated him by only
NEW ADMINISTRATION OFFI
CULLY UtHERED IN WITH
tbs perty eat
(TIER OFFICIALS ME SWOM ID
Overheleer Theatre In Pilled
dele* Seamen ef the Twe Hen
In Held—Receptien and
•nil Cleee the Day
Senator Mitchell, President Pro Tem
ef tho Senate.
hoard of education and I he board or
prison control are also abolished. The
powers of the board of prison control
are conferred upon the governor, nnd
he la given power to remove at will
any officer of any penal Institution he
Is authorized to appoint or to whose
appointment his consent is required.
The governor, attorney general nnd
state auditor are designated as a stnte
capitol commission, and the stnte cap-
itol commission as now constituted Is
that each of these officials shall serve
without extra compensation other than
actual expenses and, In addition to
their present official bonds, they will
be required to give a commissioner's
bond In the sum of $25,000.
New Education Idea.
Wurh In the Hows*.
Abolition of the department of
highways, another legislative matter,
which figured prominently during the
laet session. Is proposed in n bill by
Hall and Childers of the house nnd W.
A. Chase of the senate. Under the
terma of the bill there would be estab-
lished In lieu of the present stale high-
way department county highway com-
missioners In each county of the state.
Their duties would be similar to those
now performed by the etnte depart-
Would Provide for Mere Judges.
Increase In the number of supreme
court judges from live to nine and
providing for the creation of nine su-
premo court Judicial districts Is pro-
posed In another measure.
Two bills were Introduced, providing
for the exemption of cotton from tax-
ation. as suggested by Governor-elect
" 1IIlama. One bill applies to cotton
only, while the other exempts cotton,
wheat, corn and several other farm
products from taxation.
Repeal of the so-called mortgage tax
law la proposed in a bill by Cocdell of
the senate and McColllster of the
One of the first measures Introduced
In the house was a concurrent reso-
lution by Representative Luther Har-
rison of Bemlnole, railing for an off!
dal Investigation of the state school
land department. The resolution pro-
vides for the appointment of a com-
mittee of live, three from the houae
and two from the senate. The com
mlttee so appointed la empowered to
employ an expert accountant to assist
In the Investigation. His salary Is
not to exceed $8.00 per day.
Other Houee Bills.
Lemon, prohibiting the use of nar
row tired vehicles on the public roads
Miller, extending the time of pay-
ment of all taxes, which become due
on December 15, to April 1. 1916.
Ramsey, providing for co-operative
agricultural extension work between
the agricultural colleges of the various
states, which receive federal aid
McMechan of the senate and Peebly,
Wright and Young of the house,
nmendlng the consolidation act of 1913
so as to make It apply to county
offices In Oklahoma.
Dunn, defining usury, regulating In-
terest and the filing of chattel mort-
Maxey, Increasing the number of su
preme court justices from five to nine
Brown, exempting cotton, wheat,
corn nnd other farm products from
Dunn, exempting eotton from taxa-
tion so long as held by the grower.
William Cordell, a state university
student, son of Ex-State Senator S. A.
Cordell. Is the newly elected reading
clerk of the senate. After a rlcld ex-
amination of the numerous applicants
for stenographic positions the commit-
tee on employes selected the seven
provided for by the senate Instruc
tlons. The successful applicants are
Oklahoma City.—Lea Crnea Is n pri-
ori* cillsan of Ardmora; Robert L.
Williams U tha third governor of tha
atate of Oklahoma. In tRe presence
of the members of tha legislature and
crowd of promlaent Oklahomans
which filled the Overholser Theatre to
sverfiowlng, be took tha oath which
makes him the Governor of .Oklahoma
and the Oklahomans for tha next four
An entire day and night were taken
np with the several official and social
sessions that together constituted the
.nauguratton. The official ceremony
began at eleven o'clock Monday morn-
la*, when the two houses were called
order in the Overholser Theatre
by Senator Mltrhell, president pro
lem of the Senate. At noon Supreme
Justice Kane administered to Uover
n->r Williams the oath of office and
his administration began. He ad-
dressed the audience, outlining the
policies of his administration and
wkat is hoped to be accomplished.
Iinnedlately following, the other elec-
t’ve officials took the oath of office.
Ir the afternoon, frienda and admir-
eri of the new governor, to the num-
ber of several thousands, attended
the public reception In the parlors of
the Lee-Hucklns Hotel.
T’le Inaugural ball, which likewise
waa attended by all who could get
Into the hall, was held Monday even-
ing in the Auditorium. Governor
Willli.ms led the grand march, accom-
panied by Miss Lola Jarrell of Durant.
Ir his address after taking the oath
»f office, Governor Williams said:
Mr. 1’resident, Mr. Speaker, Ladles,
Gentleman and Fellow Citizens.
Men ot governmeat should be ssonnleii*
with him. fisr there la a human eeusUea
to the evolvment ot government tor the
hettermeat ot hiatmj. Those datah
aeeoclnud la the tortKraaee tiTTE
J* «®ve«unen* feel more tn-
ct I tied u, make personal anorUcen for aoe-
TS# hast Public larvwk
"my who. la aervlna the public,
prefer to give more to the etnto then
Utey receive from It hy way of matortaJ
consideration are the onoe that appautl
niuet to me We are not moved to enllet
*" our country's eorvlcos ht time gt wai
for material co net deration |n this age
Of progressive civilisation the same great
“* b made for men la the wnlkn ul
that ta essential in
•V*ry walk of llf« ApMftla U| UB. HtotodM
the necessity for ZTlfWfficSS: TlSS
when wa make a sacrifice for a cause
*• wra doubly fortified and our position
proportionately emphasised I hop* te
make myself clear In this admlrdatra
,lon' with my ooneeat, there shall not be
as eu» place and there shall not omtat
*he road shall he rwggaJ
.‘.h '•motion to duty. W
J1 j* Hgbt that a man should love hie
Every true man wut. but I have
my Idea la, and I think those who have
fought with me In the political con teats
la this stats and who know
'‘Pape’s DtapepeW’ fixes sick,
•our, gassy stomachs to
Tima It! la five minutes all stomach
distress will go. No Indigestion, heart-
LIIGOU COUNTY STANDS SEGNO XT' *°un,"“ or bak!,Ua* or *“
LATEST COTTON REPORT SHOWS
Klamn Jumps Tn Third In Ranking;
Total la Ear Abavo Last
by my fellow cltlsens to under-
d«‘‘- ■ - ~ - -
take the duties of the office of the-Chief
Miigletrstc of thla Htute, i avail niyaelf of
thin opiMirtunlty to express to those as-,
•enit.led my grateful tnanka for the par-
tiality and the confidence thus mani-
fested. Realising the
isk before me I s_
tension and in humility.
...... Carl F. Crenlnger, Misses Erma Ire-
A state hoard of education Is created ten. Pearl McConnell. Erma Krause
consisting of the state auperintendent Susan Sturgeon. Mollle Powers and
of public instruction, state auditor and Mrs. Nellie Pool.
In t end on t* lT ^do a'l gn a t'e!|h as ‘*h e “££ d *'"* P™PobUi* Mr,"*en;
dent of the board with authority ‘o de8,Rned to ‘he Illegal traffic
appoint a secretary and stenographer,
the former at $2,000 and the latter at
$1,200 per annum
With the excitement and Interest
Incident to the organization work of
both branches of the legislature a
thing of the
in liquor in Oklahoma, and to correct
certain phases of the divorce evil art
included In a list of twenty-seven new
measures Introduced In the houae.
A Joint resolution by Peery of Lat
lmer. authorizes the submission of 8
constitutional amendment, which
proportions of the
approach It with appra-
, - — humility. However, I
fi"1d comfort and cheer in the presence
»f those representatives of the other co-
«*lnn«*> agenclea of thla government, and
Shall rely In all difficulties upon the re-
sources of wtadom that are to flow from
thoae charged with the aovsrlgn func-
tlone of legislation. I shall, also, look
with confidence upon the other co-or-
fllnate branch of this government which
la to wisely and Juatly Interpret our laws.
In the last commonwealth carved out
•f the Imulsfana Purchase through the
tvolvemcnt of government, we draw In-
spiration from’the life and character of
that great man under whose administra-
tion that magnificent domain waa ae-
aulred. Through his inaatcrlv genius
that great party was founded, under
whose organization we tndav are In con-
trol of every branch of this state govern-
ment. In the conduct of this great of-
fice it Is fit that I should look to hia
life and achievements, aa later illustrated
by such great men aa Andrew Ja.kaon,
Abraham l.lncoln and Woodrow Wilson'
as a guide ami model.
r. i rv.w^j3c:rfh‘^!Tsus:
erclee of thla great power wa -----* Lc.k
ffrwt in all things to the public welfare
thU** fe* ,rl#nd °f mine will expect
Aeaerta Hie Party Loyalty.
a **t ,h* ^ea Ul“* I wm not
• democrat. It ta my ambtUon
to discharge the duties of this office so
as to endear the l>emocratio Party to
£Ittsen who desires good govern-
ment. To do this we must remember that
bo Who serves the state host serves his
party most. I have no patience with the
waik*1^/' n»,h"r *'! or *° ar,y other
L l°.V* ,h* ■♦“Iwart. If I
In the preliminary party contests I
acquiesce and never ask for quarter, gtv-
Th*l hmv“iTA UTC mr 10X111 ■UPP°rt-
t*'1* ““bport. however, I in-
slet that just government shall be ad-
n'*n*o*orod. When, too, the iMople havd
spoken and made choices, likewise. If I
uni hi the minority, I consider It my duty
? *n<1 * v® *°yai "up|K»rt to the
i., . *'* P*r*y l« the administration
of Just government. The reciprocal duty.
TA .T’ an,i '• «h«t the minor-
lt» owe the |*rty In power their loyal
support In carrying into effe«-t the prim?
clple* and promises of the prevailing
party In the carniialgn In which the peo-
ple made thalr choice as to who shoul I
administer guvemment. To this view
?u.u"Vi®rnmM1I T* **• committed and It
shall he so admlnlstereil that the people
ZVth-’l1 * th“ “1tir government
and that we are active for their beet In.
aTh* Incompetent, the l iggard
and the hanger on must kfriow that they
can have no place under thla admtnislra
tion and the grafter must go to sleep and
not wake up during these four years or
take ui» hia abode for that period In some
other Jurisdiction. Rut the Incompetent,
laggard, hanger on and «be grafter aro
f«v. ,Vhe. ?n.‘L "?‘° IT banished from the
hVl ■ xv,he^K.X*°1t‘ve *nd Dsxtnlatlve
™ man of apparent reauecta-
hlllty and wealth, who la eternally seek-
ing governmental favor by way of con-
tracts with the atitA In such a way as to
cause the people to believe that govern-
mental agencies are run for Individual
gain and not
Wuhlsffton.—Jackson county's land
Ainonc Oklnhomo counties in tho pro-
dnotion of cotton last yoar la increased
to nearly four thousand balsa, accord-
ing to tho lateot report of William
J. Harris, director of the census de-
partment of commerce, which has just
made public, Including the gin-
nlnga prior to December 1$. Jackson
eounty g, ires are $44,125 bales.
Lincoln county ranks second with
40,426 bales and Kiowa county replaces
Pottawatomie, In third place with 39.-
$32 bales. 1’ottawatoniio figures now
Tta report of the census bureau, with
quantities In running bales and count-
ing round aa half balea, and llntera not
Included, places the total for tha stale
nt 1.069.098, compared with 789,782 for
the same period laat year.
The report follows:
Heck ham .........
eructations of undigested food, no
dlxxlMaa. bloating, or foul breath.
Papa'a Die pepsin to noted for Its
•pood in regulating upset stomachs.
It ta tha surest, quickest and moat cer-
tain Indigestion remedy In tha whole
world, and besides It la harmless.
Pleats tor your who, got n largo
fifty-cent case of Pape’s Die pepsin
from any store mad put your stomach
right Don’t keep on being miserable—
life ta too short—you aro not hero
Jon*1 '*Ajrour stay agreeable.
and digest U; on-
_ i^ESS^lreud at rebellion In
Pape's Dlapepsin belongs in your
home anyway. Should one of tho fam-
ily dat somethin* which don't agree
with them, or in case of an attack of
Indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis or
stomach derangement nt daytime or
during the night. It la handy to giro
the quickset relief known. Adv.
run for Individual
Ini ittte must sincerely Join hand* in
conduct and In act to help bring about
a *overnment that Is so strong and effi-
cient and Just as to cause all good neo-
ple^o Join In Its commendation and sup-
guide and model.
Oklahoma's Wonderful Development.
In this Slate favored by nature with
climate and anil and mineral wealth, the
people have gathered not only from every
State In the 1'nlon but also from practic-
ally every nation of earth. Its develop-
ment 1ms been In accordance with the
•pint of our citizenship: progressive not
only In business but also In government
Such development has been made under
difficulties. We have done more In less
than a decade than It lias taken a cen-
tury to accomplish In older states. This
could not be done without cost and this
cost must be Isirn by the tax-pavers.
Such development being rapid It could
not reasonably l>e made without some
•buses. Hence, naturally the occasion
for retrenchment, economy and effici-
ency. This condition, however. Is not con-
fined to Oklahoma. That Is the demand
now made not only In every State gov-
ernment. but. also. In the National gov- I the most
ernmem The fact Is the entire world
has been living too fast. It has been too
extravagant, and now we must put on
the brakes. Rut In doing this we must
not still the hand of progress. We are
to devote our energies to a constructive When we' "I"!1’
administration so as to install business that we would*t»v» *hta
methods and efficiency hy means of which ures so as to msk« i'1’**1"
we are to have the best government for l£pos*bmty^
the least reasonable cost Hence our am concerned innd f am sura, t" “hat
as well as the
For Law enforcement.
of ‘he administration of
llfi .MT "‘'tr?Uon Th® protection of
v«?uilbJrt?L^property and the preser-
vatlon of the right to the pursuit of hap-
plness with an equal opportunity to every
objects l"' al*°' to 68 °«* of our chief
, fresh from the people upon a
platform whose declarations are hardly
cold. These declarations must he car-
ried out In good faith. Wa declared that
1.very unnecessary board, officer or em-
Rv BtaV?' ..c^u1ty or municipal-
wlt'h.,n,«f,d neo.*^ sh‘‘<? ,,*nd dispensed
with and that the public servants re-
maining must earn their salaries bv
actual service. Such words are not to be
used merely to conjure or to get votes,
and then, on account of having some
friend on n board or In office, he for-
gotten or not seriously regarded when
-Z *et.Jnto °m‘’e- The time has come
when the peotde must have substantial
economy. Show and pretense must be
abhorred. We must have the substance
We must he sura that we do not make
pretensions hy practicing penny economy,
ana at the same time add no pounds of
unnecessary expenne In other ways at the
exation of the public deapoiler. This
administration will retain a place In the
history of this state not In accordance
with the way It begins but as It
I.et s he sincere nnd effective,
sure that at all times ws actually prac-
tice what we preach. Whilst oiir peo-
ple are going through this period of busi-
ness depression It Is, also, necessary
tint every department of state, and thnt
means Kxecutlve Legislative and Judl
.,nc!«d n* “11 state Institutions, con
tribute their quota of the necessary re-
trenchment to me« the exceptional con-
ditions now evlstlng-
No Placs for ths Machlno.
.»*!Sl!d,n5 1*.*° h« “ serious thing
In this administration. The friend I lovw
the most Is the one who is willing to
make a sacrifice for the public good and
the one I will abhor the most la ho w ho
wants to hold on to a sinecure or sn of
flee or a place on a board that can bo
reasonably abolished or dispensed with.
Civ eland .........
Le Flora ........
W agoncr .........
All other .........
Of Mora Importation.
Mr. Arthur H. Engel bach. In bin col-
lection of anecdotes of the British
bench, tella this story about Lord
Braxfleld, who was among the last of
the 8cotch judges who rlgldlv adhered
to the brood Scotch dialect.
“Hae ye ony counsel mon?” he said
to Haurice Margot, when placed ot
"No,'' was the reply.
"Do ye want to hae ony oppolntlt?"
continued the judge.
"No," said Margot; "I only want an
Interpreter to make me understand
what your lordship says.”
thing of the past and many of the wmenumeni. wnicr me cost Hence our am concerned, (and I s
numo-ous applicants for Ston?^ ^ !"* '**}*'*">” ft?^.TSrd^M SSnZSST*?*& JZX, ln°
home, and the new employes busv ,y °f » ,ftw- establishing 8 1 racted with w-lsdom. The public services these platform deriarat ons ^miy Ths
trying to acquaint themselves wUh ^ f°F W°rkm<>n men ImbtfeTwHlfSf ^tr^tTsm6 ^
tho duties of their official career dur- T'P f’,n‘ wou,,! be m*de «P by com This must be done to the extent that our : ministration ' ' ' dl,rin‘f ,hl* “d-
ing the session, the two chamber. p,",80r>‘ ^“tributlon from employer* J SSSTtrS^.'"Z------
present n decidedly changed appear- an<1 *t la another measure j or it a revenues, but to bring
ance an the members gather for the d'’n,in8 "ith the subject of a work
opening of their real work. men's compensation law. The re»o-
The first bill to be Introduced In the ll,,fpn nB,t* ‘hat the amendment b»
senate was by Franklin and Edwards 8Uhni!tted at a special election to be
of the senate and Miller of the house calIed fpr August 5. 1015.
It pm-ldes for the appropriation of Chamber of Commerce Banquet.
$665,8(0 for the support nnd mainte- The members of both houses, and
nance of the stnte university and for B" state officials were guests at the
the erection nnd repair of buildings, nnnual banquet of the Chamber ol
Othei important hills and resolutions Commerce, attended hy nearly one
thousand. The banquet was followed
happiness, peace and prosperity.
The Duty of a Political Party.
The Idea that parties ami government
SXist ns an agency of the spoilsman
into elToct. Me go Into office In control
or all branches of this government under
Wiese solemn pledges. Let us make this
state famed as a place where political
pledges, even In questions of retrench-
ment, efficiency nnd economy, and the
rendering of potltlcal ma-hlne domlna-
BXISI ns an agency or the spoilsman Is pouucai ma-nmc dornlna-
Jttorly at variance with the principles of J „ “,n 'ffipcssibillty, having been falth-
gisxi government. I believe in partv gov- ru,y kfT‘; By no Innuendo Is It to he
Introduced In the senate were:
By Franklin nnd Edwards of the
sena e and Miller of the house, appro-
printing $125,000 for the construction
and equipment of an auditorium and
data rooms for the state university.
trnment. Through the oenturtea of
ular government political parties have
been great agencies In framing nnd pro-
moting measuros that wero essential for
die promotion and preservation of human
liberty and human happiness. Political
parties when kept within their proper
understood that we are to repudiate the
progressiveness of the past. We stand
for It. What we are to do Is to Inau-
gurate such a system of effective busi-
ness administration aa will reduce the
burdens upon the people who sustain gov-
ernment and assure the_continuance of
hv a program on the 'gridiron" order.
Governor Truce. Governor-elect 'Wil-
liams and members of the legislature
laughed or smiled weakly ns the ap-
plauding crowd watched their conn
Hy Franklin and Edwards of the lerfclts read messages, Introduc bills,
totiale and Miller of the house, appro- urge reforms and present the ecccn-
prlatlng $20,000 for the construction trtcltles of people of prominence.
Boylt Discusses Mining Situation i D _ _ ,
Mining conditions In the state were , * ‘ u,m#M Grow*-
never better than at the present time, ‘"‘presiing figures, showing the
according to Ed Boyle, chief mine In- Rr<>at nun,b‘‘r ot presents sent by Okla
spector, who has finished making an botna Cltyans during the holidays, are
investigation of the mines and Inch c°nlalned In the report of the parcel
dentally the conditions of the miners P°8t business for December. It show#
employed. Mr. Boyle will not make 4,369 registrations
any recommendations to the legisla-
ture tor new laws or the changing
of any In force now. He says all
the mines are running almost on full
time and sll miners employed. Mr.
Beyle Is well pleated with mining con-
ditions la general
were made, 8.304
packages insured, and 1,373 parcel*
sent c. o. d. During the laat quartet
of 1914, 11.927 registrations wen
made, lJ.lli packages Insured and
4,24$ packages sent c. o. d. It is thi
best year In lbs history of tbs
hounil* are the agencies bv which voters Progressive principles. W* will hohl fast
Deltevlns In certain principles of govern- lo we "nve nnd w*1' preserve them
mont, ami having n common nurnoRc In keep reasonable progressive evolve-
putting those principles Into practicnl mpn doing rlffht.
INSURANCE WHY BE CANCELLED
Unless Bank Burglaries Become Less
governmental force, are bound together'
By this means principles and measures
are the controlling force and not Indlvid-
jal exploitation or ambition. Hence tt
Is essential that a party's real frienda
•hould he put on guard In administrating
Not only should the friends of a point-
?al party be put on guard, hut wherever
practical, the real friends of the head of
Carranxlstaa Loss Saltillo’s Battle.
Laredo. — Constitutionalist troops
under Gneral Antonio I. Villareal
and Maclovlo Herrera were severely
defeated In s three days* battle with
forces of General Villa. In an unsuc-
cessful attack on Saltillo, which began
at 3 o’clock last Friday morning, ac-
cording to advices reaching here. ’ De-
tails aa to the number of troopa en-
gaged sad those killed or wounded are
lacking, but It is reported a trainload
°f wounded bare been brought to
local | Montarey tor tree ta ant.
Me have a right to expect the fnith-
rul nnd the friendly and the kindly eo-
operatlon of not nnlv everv democratic
offic al but every member of the Demo-
cratic Party and we Invoke such co-
operation on the part of the members
*VU' evor>' cltlaen of this
... l, '*h a purpose and relying
upon the help of Him who never errx
us our"vlvea to the work before
Gsrmans Evacuate Lilts.
London.—A dispatch to the Doll)
Express from Boulogne asserts t*»el
confirmation has been obtained of th#
rumors that the Germans hers ovncu
sted Lille and that the evlty le non
virtually tn the possession of thi
British. The only news from the eoai
Is the German report that the Russia*
offensive toward Mlawa haa met
with no success, their forces havtai
been driven back. In the Caucaaut
the Turks have made a stand on thi
froaUar near Kara-Urgaa.
that burglary insurance on all banks
in twelve counties of eastern Okla-
homa be Immediately revoked waa
made last week by attorneys at Kan-
fas City for various Insurance com-
panies. It is expected that action will
be taken Immediately.
Further recommendations were
made to the effect that If the present
legislature did not enact laws that
would check to eome extent the rob-
bing of banks, that the burglary in-
surance on every bank throughout the
entire state be revoked.
This Is said to be the most drastic
move ever contemplated by insurance
companies. It would mean that the
banka would be absolutely helpless in
assuring security to their depositors
unless they took steps to organize In-
surance companies among themselves.
This would necessarily require some
time, during which. It Is believed
many banks would be panic-stricken
by a sudden rush of depositors eager
to have their savings returned to
Should the attorneys, recommenda
tlon that burglary Insurance of th«
twelve counties in eastern Oklahoma
Immediately be revoked, pe given fa-
vorable consideration, It would place
more than 150 financial Institutions Ifi
Burglary insurance carried in banks
located in towns of population under
5,000 amounts to from $5,000 to $10 000
while that carried by banks In larger
communities range from $20.noo to
$100,000. This could be revoked, It is
claimed, through a stipulation In the
Insurance policies, which gives the
company the tight of revocation on
condition that it refund the amount on
the unused premium.
SALTS IF BACKACHY OR
KIDNEYS TROUBLE YOU
Eat Less Meat If Your Kidneys Arant
Acting Right or If Back Hurts or
Bladder Bothers You.
When you wake up with backache
and dull misery In the kidney region
It generally means you have been eat-
ing too much meat, aays a well-known
authority. Meat forms uric acid which
overworks the kidneys In their effort
to Alter it from the blood and they be-
come sort of paralysed and loggy.
When your kidneys get sluggish and
clog you must relieve them like you
relieve your bowels; removing all the
body's urinous waste, else you have
backache, sick headache, dlxzy spells;
your stomach sours, tongue is coated,
and when the weather Is bad you have
rheumatic twinges. The urine is
cloudy, full of sediment, channels oft-
en get sore, water scalda and you are
obliged to seek relief two or three
times during the night.
Either consult a good, reliable physl-
®lxn et onoe or get from your pharma
cist about four ounces of Jad Salta;
take a tahlespoonful in a glass of
water before breakfast for a few days
and your kidneys will then act line.
This famous Balts Is made from the
acid of grapes and lemon juice, com-
bined with lithla, and has been need
for generations to clean and stimulate
sluggish kidneys, also to neutralize
acids In the urine ao it no longer Irri-
tates, thus ending bladder weakness.
Jad Salts is a life saver for regular
meat eaters. It is inexpensive, cannot
Injure and makes a delightful, effer-
veacent Uthla-water drink.—Adv.
Serum Cure for Tetanue.
Doctor Doyen, the famous French
surgeon, announces the discovery of
s serum that will cure tetanus or
lockjaw. The inventor Is a physician
In the Ardennes, and the secret of his
success lies In keeping the patient
with head downward at an angle of 45
degrees after injecting the serum Into
his loins. Doyen says he cures 8®
per cent of his cases.
Refinory To Start.
Rlngllng.—The refining plant of ths
Chelsea Company and tho Crosble In-
terests. now being built at Ardmore to
use Healdton crude, win be reedy for
business In ths near future. The pipe
line from the field to the Santa Fa's
pumping station at Wheeler was com-
pleted some time ago and the first oil
was run from ons of Roy M. Johnson's
leases. The Santa Ft pipe line will
carry ethe oil from Wheeler to the
plant at Ardmore. The Crosble nine
line la 4-lach ta else and la eight Bliss
LOOK YOUR BEST
*• wm°M ,H*w and #k,n- Cut,e“«
Will Help You. Trial Free.
m3?6 8?“P t0 cleanBe purify, the
Ointment to soothe and heal. These
fragrant super-creamy emollients pre-
of^L t.DatUral pur,ty and beauty
of the skin under conditions which,
if ?£StS ’ *end t0 produce a "tata
of irritation and disfigurement
FYee sample each by mauiuh Book.
Address poeteard, Cutlcura. Dopt. XY.
Boston. Sold everywhere.—Adv.
Why Men Swear.
Georgia Wood Pangborn, writing a
* or- ^be M oman s Home Cornpan-
Ibn, says of one of her characters:
He s a man, and can't cry, so ha
has to say damn."
ggSfe ^2?.U£S^SSy fra
infanta and children, and aee thrt It
Signature of (
In UN For Over $6*___
Children Crj for FletcWa Castoris
Your own phonograph always
rounds better than your neighbor's.
Alwxjri mra to please, Red Cross Ball
Bb-- All groceri ralliT Adv.
Ooealp generally means taking twe
red two and making three.
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