The Oklahoma Critic (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 7, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 13, 1917 Page: 2 of 4
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AUSTRIAN NOTE COHClLIATORf
DEFENDS THE GERMAN SUB
'(HITS" FOR MADE $5,000
GERMANY ADMITS THt RIOT
Mrg. Quinn’s Experience
Ought to Help You Over
the Critical Period.
But Says Its 0»n Boats Are Not
Operating Where American In-
terests Will Be Endang tr ed.
U'Efi, BOILS OUT OF BOBS
ZIMMERMAN IS CORRECTLY
QUOTED IN EXPOSE
W.t.- Mutton Au^
For sick her.dache. bad breath, Oa His Western Canadian Farm
Sour Stomach and
Teutons Attempt to Justify Proposed
Catarrh for Years
IxywpII, Man*.— ‘‘For tho last thrnp
year* 1 have been troubled with the
"1 Change of Fife and
tin* bad feelings
common at that
tun ■ 1 was in ;t
very nervous condi-
tion, with hciulAt hr s
and pain a tfood
deal of the* time to i
was unlit to do my
work. A friend
asked mo to
’• reply to ttie
it tletrer Aleh-
in the aubuia-
h has been ;
•e I ho sev- l
ween tlie ,
Lydia FI J “inkFiam' h
V I'putB li In Com-
|>oun<l, which I did,
anil it has helped me in every way. I
am not nearly no nervous, no headache
nr imin. I must say that Lydia E.
Pink ham's Vegetable ('om|M>unii in the
tier t remedy any sick woman can tuke ”
-Mm. MakiiAKI't Quinn, Hear COO
Worthen St , I,ow<'ll, Mass.
Other warning symptoms are a sense
of suiroeation, hut Hashes, headaches,
backaches, dread of impending evil,
timidity, sounds in the ears, palpitation
of the heart, sparks before the eyes,
irregularities, constipation, variable
appetite, weuknetiS, inquietude, au>i
If you neeil special advice, write to
H T.Vflill I’lnL lium M.iilioinu t ’n
i' the Ion*
bed in moat
(confidential), Lynn, Mush.
In t'ldim and .Japan men and wom-
en of all (‘lasses, callings and prol'es-
MOTHERI LOOK II
If cross, feverish, constipated,
give ‘‘California Syrup
A laxative tmfin saves a sick child
tomorrow. Children simply will not
take the time from play in empty their
bowels, which heroine clogged up with
waste, liver gals sluggish; sloimicli
I.ool< at the tongue, mother I If coat- !
i'il, or your child Is listless, cross, fev-
erish, hrcntli had, restless, doesn't cat
heartily, full of cold or lias sore throat
or any oilier children's ailment, give u
teaspoonfiil Of •'('allfornla Syrup of
Rigs,” then don't worry, bemuse It Is
perfectly harmless, and In a few hours
all I Ills const i | in t Ion poison, sour Idle
and fermenting waste will gently
move out of the bowels, it ml you have
h well, playful child again. A thor-
ough “Inside cleansing" Is ofttlmes nil
tlmt Is necessary. It should he the
first treatment given In any sickness.
Beware of counterfeit tig syrups.
Ask ill the store for a Ml cent bottle of
“California Syrup of icigs," which has
full directions for luildes, children of
all ages ami for grown-ups plululy
printed on Hie bottle. Adv.
the break wh
line of relatk
lied St at at. and
Although in aw
j the unrestricted v
(ierraany, it Ih
: friendly terms and points
“AustrlHii aubmarinAfs .solely
ating in tin* Adriatic and the Mediter-
ranean iiiid therefore an encroach*
ment of American interests hardly is
to he feared."
There will ik»t be a reply to this note
and unlcHM an owrt act precipitates
thi* rupture both sides appear trying
ti» avoid, tin* United Htatea proliahly
w ill not In* inclined to force the i ue
for tlie present.
The truth is that Germany is cred
iti*d here with trying to force Aus-
tria to a step which that country doca
believed that she lias niaile her repl’
to this country aa strong an indorse-
ment of Germany's position a; pos-
sible without at tin* same time mak-
ing it possible for flu* United States
to continue tin* negotiations.
In ill cn -sing tin* Ft'.huinrino prob
lent giuientlly tin an effort to strong
then derma tty's position i, the n»ply j
declares that neutrals are responsible
tor losses the\ suffer by entering the
territory when* these operation’ are
The American note which was dis-
patched to Vienna on February 18
asked specifically whether tin* Aus j
Irian assurances given f dinwing the
sinking of tin* Ancona and th«• Persia !
Imd boon millilled Tin* reply Lays
that "whatever attitude the Washing-
ton cabinet may take as to individual
questions raised here, the Austro-
Hungarian government is essentially i
in accord w ith the American govern* !
ment in regard tfi the protect on of
neutrals against endangering their
livi'H." Tlie memorandum then main
tains that "neutral subject have to
hear them■ «»lves all 1<»: e. they suffer
by entering the zone where warlike
operations are taking place."
det a JO e
No odds In
nt box now.
w bad your liver, stomai h
how much your h**ad
alterable and uncomfort*
able you are from constipation, indiges
tion, biliousness and sluggisli bowels
— > ou always g«*t the desired results
I>oMt let your stomach. liver and
bowels make you miserable. Take
Cancan** to night put an end to the
headache, biliousness, dizziness, nerv*
ousni'**, all k, sour, gassy stomach,
backache ami all other distress;
cleanse your inside organs of all tlie
bile, gases and constipated matter
which is producing tin* misery.
A 10-cent box means health, happl
nA*HB ami a clear head for months
No more days of gloom and distress
If you will take a ('ascaret now anAl
then. All stores sell Cascarets Don’t
forget the children their little iu
sides need a cleansing, too. Adv.
* 11«»l»I mi a minute. You'll never lie
nhle to sell me anything by pounding
on my desk.*’
"I was merely trying to drive my
iirgiHimnts home, sir."
‘‘Well, Just for the sake of variety,
mid while I remove my inkwell from
'he clnngA r cone, make a few passes in
the air." Hiriiilngliam Age Herahl.
GAVE HIS CANE AWAY!
Mr. S. P. ltenton, Kerrvllle, Texas,
writes; "For several years prior t<»
llt'Xi I suffered from kidney and rheu
tnatic troubl(‘S. Was bent ovat and
forced to use a
c : >>
BRITISH AWARDED APPAM
Supreme Court Says German Captors
Violated American Neutrality.
cane. For these
disorders I am
glad ta» say I used
Fills, which proved
to lie tLm proper
remedy. I am 04
yours old, feel
11 n e a n d once
again stand as
straight as an arrow. Dodd’s Kid-
ney Pills deserve great credit." He
huio and got “DODD'S," the name
with thi‘ three D’s for diseased, <lisor*
aIitoaI, AlernngAHi kidneys; just as Mr.
Denton did. No .similarly named article
It is getting tai he a long drawn out
stA»ry, th«* way that Western Canadian
farmers have mude tuoney* Many of
i them a few years agAj, came to tlie
country with little more than their
few household effects, probably a team
of horses and u cow or two, and suffi-
cient money tAi do them for a few
months, until they got a start. Hun-
dfA*ds of such cun be pointed out, who
tislay have splendid homes, well
equipped farms, tlie latest machinery
find cn automobile. Here is the case
of A. E Merrlmu, formerly of Devil’s
Luke, N. D. He didn’t leave there be-
cause tlie land was poor, or farming
imt a success, for all who know tliut
country are aware that it is an excel-
lent country. He wanted to expand,
to take advantage A»f the cheap laud
that Western Canada offers. And that
saim* story has oppeuled to hundreds
of others who have had like success
with Mr. Merrlum. Hut his story, uud
he signs it, |a»o, Is:
"l came to Alberta In the Spring of
1009 from Devil’s Luke, North Dakota,
locating on my farm near Dnlroy,
"I arrived with six head of horses !
and two head of cattle and about 1
$1,500. Since then, I have Increased
my live st«K‘k ta> seven head of horses,
four head of cattle, and uhout one hun-
dred head of hogs, a four-roomed
house, good barn with all modern im-
provements, a feed grinder, elevator,
chopper, fanning mill, etc. I have in-
creased my original capital at least
four times more since coming here.
"From the feeding of hogs during
the last year, I had a gross return of
"I first started grain fanning, but
minister to Mexit
United States. ar
Ia) have been cor
ing to a dispatch
>«ign Secretary Zim-
rm tioii to tl:e (ierman
xiA-o as published in the
are admitted in Berlin
tly quoted, accord*
Ileuter's from the j
‘‘pital by way of A ms ter*
Tha Herman press lias been ordered
n°t to publish a word regarding the
revelations until further notice, ac-
cording to the dispatch. i%
The dispatches quotes the following
telegram received in Amsterdam from
Berlin on Friday and which was ap-
parently sent by the Wolff bureau,
the semi-official German news agen y:
"The American press contains re-
ports about instructions from the min-
ister aif foreign affairs to the German
minister in Mexico City, in the event
that Germany, after the proclamation
of unresericted submarine warfare,
failed to keep the United States neu-
tral These reports are ba^ed upon
the following facts:
‘‘After the decision had been taken
to begin unrestricted submarine war-
fare • >11 February 1, we had to reckon,
in view of the previous attitude of the
American government with the possi-
bility of conflict with the United
States. That this calculation was
right is proved by the fact that the
American government severed diplo-
ma’ ia: relations with Germany after
the proclamation of a barred zone and
asked other neutrals to follow her e :
“Anticipating these possibilities it
was not only tlie right but also the
Mr. Eli Lefevre, Jr., 854 Brush
fit., Detroit, Mich., writes “I had
been troubled with catarrh for a num-
ber of years, and had been taking
medicine for it, Ljt they did me no
gAX»d. In reading one of Dr. Hart-
man’s books entitled ’Winter Catarrh.'
I discovered that Peruna was good
for catarrh. After I had taken only
three bottles of Peruna I was cured
of the catarrh. I now advise every-
body troubled with catarrh to take Drt
Hartman's Peruna, as it ia a sura
cure for catarrh.
“Frfends to whom I recommend Pe-
runa tell me that It is also good for
headache, dizziness, and pain in the
Those who object to liquid medi-
cine* can now procure Peruna Tab-
THE SHOE THAT HOLDS ITS SHAPE
£55 *5lJSL*L* *8
■hoes. For aale by over9000 .hoe dealer*.
The Beat Known Shoe* in the World.
' ■ Douglu name and the retail price is stamped on the bot-
* » tom of all shoes at the factory. The value is guaranteed and
the wearer protected against high prices for inferior shoes. The
retail prices are the same everyw here. They cost no more in San I
Francisco than they do in New York. They are always worth the
price paid for them.
'T’he quality of W. L. Douglas product is guaranteed by more
,‘ ,LafC |made “ * weB-equipped factory at Brockton, Mass.,
by the highest paid, skilled shoemakers, under the direction and
supervision of experienced men, all working with an honest
dormuunoii to make the best shoes for the price that money
n.:,k J.°"r,*ho,‘ d"®1-'' for XV T,. Itmigla. «hoe». If he can.
nmk* » W!".' ""'.‘‘"'d y,m other I »_
■h.for liilereHtine lx.okiet eii.UInlna linw la IT#
hIioah of the lilghent Htiuidurd mi quail
ue iii^iiot Hfni
return mail, (HiHtitgo free.
ilng how to
Jty for the price,
LOOK FOR W. L. Douglas
name and the retail price
atamped on the bottom.
_____ Boys’ Shoe*
/// (t M Beat In the Woi+d
ykXoihn**l*J $3.00 $2.50 & $2.00
1'resith‘nt */ \\ . i. IYumrin* sin...
PreHiilent \V. Ia. I>ouglaH Shoe Co.,
18A Spark St., Ilrockton, Mhhh.
during the past fA»ur years I have made | ^uty (,,ir government to take pre-
1 cautions in time
GIVES A MONOLITH TO POPE
Evidence of Early Christianity in
China Presented to Benedict by
New York Woman.
‘I’lils is said to he a woman's agi\
yet women have little (ai say about
YOU MAY TRY CUTICURA FREE
That's the Rule—Free Samples to Any-
Wp have say much confidence in the
wonderful soothing ami healing proper-
ties of Uutlcura Ointment fA>r all skin
troubles supplemented by hot baths
with Uutlcura Soap tlmt we are ready
tA» send samples on request. They are
Ideal for the toilet.
Free sample each by mall with Hook.
Address postcard, Cutlcura, Dept. L,
Boston. Sold everywhere.—Adv.
'Twouldn't Help Him Any.
*1 ve noticed one tiling while Jour-
neying through till* vale of tears."
"Fray enlighten me.”
"Dm never heard a henpeekeAl mar
Tied man eveusing himself on the
ground that lie Is too proud to fight."
Washington British claimants oi
the Germun prize ship Appam at New-
port News, Yu., won their suit in tlie
supreme court to regain possession id
the veSsA*1 ami cargo.
In sustaining the British libel at
tuchmuoit suits against the Appam and
cargo tlie cdurt held that the British
owners are entitled to restitution be-
cause tue Appam violated American
Treaties of 1790 and 1828 between
the United States and Germany, tho
court held, aIai not entitle German
j prizes, unaccompanied by the captor
| warship, to imlefinite American nsy-
j lutn. Jurisdiction of Amerlcun courts
| over the Appam was uplieid. Findings ! taliuMi a foothold in
of Federal Judge Waddill of Virginia , early period. The
! that the Appam violated American
i neutrality, after being brought into j
Hampton Hoads a year agA> by Captain
Hans Herg and a German prize crew, J
wen* sustained and approved by the 1
Werner Horn, the German reservist
j lieutenant who dynamited the inti*r j
! national hriilgi^ near Vanceboro. j
Maine, in 1915, lost his habeas corpus
j suit in tin* supreme court, in vsliich
he sought to avoid being tried at Hoa-
I ton for alleged transportation of ex- i
! plosives on pas; « nger trains. Tho
: court did not decide Horn’s cotiten- \
lions that, in a belligerent act against
Canada, ids German army commission l
l exempted him from American prose* j
(‘lition and made him punishable only
hv the state department. The court
said Horn’s appeal was not author*
ized. and dismissed it
After presAMiting to Hope Benedict a
two-ton monolith, the gift »of Mrs.
George I i*nr.v of New York city, Uev.
FatliAT George W. Waring, chaplain of
tin* eleventh cavalry, l\ S. A., station-
ed at Governor's island, has returned.
"The monolith," in* said, "Is a repro-
duction of a monument erected at
Clan Fu. China, in the seventh century,
b.v Nestorinn heretics of tin* Christian
faith. Tin* inscriptions on tlie big
stone, in Chinese and Assyrian, prove
conclusively that Christianity had oh*
China at that
brought here by Dr. Fritz Holm, and
for eight years it was exhibited at the
Anu»rlonn Museum of Art, Then It
was purchased by Mrs. Leary, In
whose behalf 1 took it to Home to
present it to the pope, who had It set
up In thi* Vatican museum."
So well pleased was the pope with
the monolith that he conferred upon
Father Waring the cross I*ro Keclesia
et 1'ontlfiee and gave to him an auto-
“No doubt you have often been
wearied by two men bragging about
tin* merits of their respective titne-
p lives 7"
“Oh. yes. That's a common fail-
ing. I bidieve."
“Hut my sense of ennui nt a time
like that is as nothing compared to
hogs my specialty, and you may see ,
by the foregoing statement for 1910
that 1 have not done so badly.
"Land lias Increased at least twenty
per cent in value during the past few
years, now selling for from $1*5 to $,’15
per acre, with nominal taxes of about
$1*7 a quarter section yearly.
“The climate here is better than Da-
kota in that we do not have so much
dry wind; the winters are similar to
"As for farming in general, the grow-
ing and feeding of live stock is more
sure than the grain farming, if con-
tinued year after year, and if every
farmer follows this he will be ahead
of the grain growers In the long run.
Taking everything Into consideration,
I feel satisfied with my success iu
(Sgd.) A. E. MERRIAM.
Dnlroy, Alberta, Jan. 12th, 1917.
There will be the greatest demand
for farm labor in Western Canada dur-
ing the early spring, and, in fnet, all
season until November, and the high-
est wages will he paid. There is an
absolute guarantee by the Canadian
Government that those who go to
Canada for this purpose nec*d have no
fear of conscription—Advertisement.
"Has In* many had habits?"
"Ha* must have. All that I ever hear
of him is that lie's a good provider.”—•
Detroit. Free Press.
THICK, GLOSSY Hi
Girls! Beautify Your Hair! Make
Soft, Fluffy and Luxuriant—Try
the Moist Cloth.
NYu York’s compulsory workmen's ! *1'“ w:,y 1 foci when one of my ncijth-
oompcnsntlon law was sustained ns ! Il,,rs Im'kIiis to boast about the amount
LAX-FOS IS AN IMPROVED CASCARA
A Digestive Laxative
CATHARTIC AND LIVER TONIC
L»x-Fos is not a secret or Patent Medi-
cine but is composed of tlie follow mg old*
fashioned roots and herbs:
BLUE FLAG ROOT
MAY APPLE ROOT
In LaxTos the Cascara is improved by
the addition of these digestive ingredients
making it fielter than ordinary Cascara,
and thus the combination acts not only as a
stimulating laxative and cathartic but also
as a digestive and liver tonic. Syrup laxa-
tives are weak, but Lax-Fos ’combines
strength with palatable, aromatic t isle and
does not gripe or disturb the stomach, t no
bottle w ill prove Lax-Fos is invaluable for
Constipation, Indigestion or Torpid Liver.
I II llwlU caprrlf-nce hasJrr
rkpeilrnce has demonstrates
▼■cclnated NOW by your physician, y i
your family, ft is more vital than house insuranc
Ail» your physician, druggist, r send for **Ha’
you had Typhoid?” telling of Typhoid Vaccine,
results from use, and danger from Typhoid Carriers.
Producini Vscdn.* and Serums under U. 8. Llcenas
T*. Ciitt.r Utmtery. Birk.ln. C.I., Chi,»,o. Ill
cacy, and humlessness, of AntUypholi
Be vaccinated NOW by your i'..
the almost mlra.nlous «
generally constitutional bv Hie su
prelim court. The court also upheld
as constitutional the Iowa workmen's
compensation law, voluntarily upon
employers The first compulsory
workmen's compensation, or indus-
trial Insurance law that of Washing-
ton state to come before the su-
preme court, likewise was upheld aa
The supreme court refused to re*
: open or reconsider Its recent decision
111 the Utggs-l'aminettl "white slate”
j cases and denied the application of
1-' Drew raminetti of Sacramento for
n-lmurji.; of Its decree affirming Ids
The clause In the tariff law grant-
ing a 5 per cent discount in duties to
I imports brought In American ships or
ships of nations with which the I nitod
States has favored nation treaties,
was annulled as unconstitutional by
the supreme court. Through Justice
Holmes the court held that tlie dis-
count clause, designed to aid In up-
holding the American merchant mu
, rine was Inoperative altogether lie
! cause II conflicted with existing treat*
i ies. It was held inapplicable both to
American vessels and to those of
; twenty two foreign nations.
given out by tils marvelous
from a single shovelful of
Sim Francisco has -ICX1 jitney drivers.
, A toil** preparation of merit,
Be I pa to eradirata dandruff.
ForR«stc»rin* Color and
Baauty to Gray or Faded Hair.
AA and $100 at Drucilet*.
“ROUGH on UTS"J!^^"AK‘iS®
Six Chinese Dead In Coast Tong War.
San Francisco.—Six Chinese are
[ dead, oue Is reported dying, one is
| seriously wounded and three onlook-
j ors aro suffering from injuries as the
result of the tong war which Is on
In five Pacific coast cities. Two ot
the killings took place in this city,
two In Stockton, one in Oakland nnd
one jn San Jose. A number of Chi-
nese in Seattle were attacked, but
there were no fatalities The shooting
started here Just prior to a peace
meeting called by the Chinese* Si*
Companies to avert hostilities.
are being supplanted daily
by newer and better things.
1 bis is particularly true
where health and efficiency
In hundreds of thous-
ands of homes where cof-
fee was formerly the table
drink, you will now find
It promotes health and
efficiency, and the old time
nerve-frazzled coffee drink-
er soon gives place to the
alert, clear-thinker who
drinks delicious Postum
Try ns yon will, after an application
of Dnnderine, you cannot find a single
truce of daudruff or falling hair and
your sculp will not Itch, but what will
please you most, will lie after a few
weeks’ use, when you see new hair,
fine nnd downy nt first—yes—hut real-
ly new linlr—growing nil over the
A little Danderine Immediately dou-
bles the beauty of your luiir. No dlffer-
etiee how dull, faded, brittle nnd
scraggy, just moisten a cloth with
Dnnderine and carefully draw it
through your hair, taking one small
strand at a time. The effect is im-
mediate nnd amazing—your hair will
he light, fluffy nnd wavy, and have an
appearance of abundance; an incom-
parable luster, softness nnd luxuri-
ance, the beauty aud shimmer of true
(let u 2.") cent bottle of Knowlton’s
Dnnderine from any store nnd prove
that your linlr is as pretty nnd soft
ns any—tliHt It 1ms been neglected or
Injured by careless treatment—that’s
in a.io event of a
with the United
States -in order to balance, if possi-
ble, the adhesion to our foes of a new
enemy. The German minister at Mex-
ico therefore, was instructed in the
middle of January that, in the event
of the United States declaring war, he
should offer to the Mexican govern-
ment an alliance and arrange further
details. These instructions, by the
way, express! dly directed the minist-
ers lo make no advances to the .Mexi-
can government unless he knew for a
certainty that America was going to
“How the American government re-
ceived information of the instructions
sent by a secret way to Mexico is not
known. It is known, however, that
the treachery—and it only must have
been treachery—was committed on
“James, what’s the meaning of lids
they call the Pnn-Ainerlcun policy?"
"Just like a woman’s stupidity to
nsk such u question. Americans arc
Betting panned all right, ain’t they?"
HIGH COST OF LIVING
FLOOD DANGER SUBSIDES
Rivers Are Out of Banks But
Will Soon Recede.
That’s What Mount Pleasant
Lady Says Cardui Is and
Tells What It Did for Her.
Atlanta.—Cold and clearing weather
brought relief from threatened seri-
ous floods in Alabama, Georgia, North
Carolina and Virginia, and, apparently
had relieved the situation on the up-
per Tennessee river, which has been
out of its banks.
At Chattanooga the Tennessee con-
tinued to spread over lowlands and
farther up it had Hooded and driven
many persons from their homes. They
were marooned at isulated points, but
a resuce steamer has been sent to
Around Chattanooga there was lit-
tle suffering as the result ot prompt
action by city authorities in giving
i! Adair to (he homeless. Railroad
traffic was interfered with there,
while farther east land slides, caused
by washouts, tied up some branch
CUBAN REVOLT NEAR END
Everybody wants something for
untiling, yet very few people are satis-
fied with things they get that way.
When a little man wants to mnke no
impression he wears a silk hill.
Request for Armstice to be Presented
New York—Immediate suspension of
hostilities by the Cuban revolutionists
in the province of Oriente, to be ef-
fected, by a proclamation signed by
representatives of the liberal party
and the commander of the American
naval squadron at Santiago, and fol-
lowed by an armistice throughout the
entire republic, is forecast in cable-
grams received here.
The request for an armistice, the
cablegrams said, is to be presented to
President Menocnl of Cuba through
Washington. By this turn of events,
according to Dr. Ferrara's informa-
tion. the liberals will receive a guar-
antee through the United States gov-
ernment of fair elections in Orients;
the recognition of Fernandez as mili-
tary commander of the province, and
an assurance that the Menocal gov-
ernment shall not interfere with the
liberals in their present administra-
tion of affairs in the territory they
Mt. Pleasant, Tonn—“As n girl I
was always well nnd hearty,” snvs
Mrs. M. E. Rail, of this plnce. “I
have always been accounted healthy. I
never felt any trouble like . . . weak-
ness until I came to the change of life.
I was about forty-five when that be-
gan. I think I would have died had I
not found out xvhat a good frleud to
women Cardui Is.
“I suffered a great den). I had a
number of fainting spells, nnd . . .
would be obliged to lie in bed a week
or two at a time. I never liked to lie
In bed because it interfered so with my
work. The swimming in my head was ;
nearly continuous. I could not stoop
down it would make me so dizzy. I
think I used Cardui off anil on for two
or three years, using in that time
about 8 or 10 bottles. I began to feel
the Improvement In health before I
had taken one bottle, but kept on .tak-
ing it until I got in perfect health.
“Had it not been for Cardui I know
1 would have been dead. . . . Now I am
02 years old, nnd weigh about 175, nnd
am In the most perfect health."
Give Cardui n trinl for your
troubles. It should do for you what It
has done for thousands of others.—
Machinery for the making of furni-
ture Is needed In Norway.
cold is the neglect-
ed cold. Get a box of—
The old family remedy—in tablet
form—safe, sure, easy to take. No
opiates—no unpleasant after effects.
Cures colds in 24 hours—Grip in 3
days. Money back if it fails. Get
the genuine box with Red Top and
Mr. Hill’s picture on it—25 cent*.
At Any Dru# Store
Merely a Truce.
“It aIoos me good to see Democrats
nnd Republicans burying their differ-
ences in this national crisis,” said the
"Don’t fool yourself,” grumbled tho
pessimist. "They are not burying
their differences so deep they won’t
be able to dig them up again in short
When the stomach and liver are In
good working order, in ninety-nine
cases out of every
good health prevails
Green’s August Flower has proven a
blessing and has been used all over the
civilized world during the last fifty odd
years. It is • universal remedy for
weak stomach, constipation and herv-
A dull headache, bad
ous indigestion* _____________________
taste in the mouth in the morning, or
thflt * ‘t ir**/l fftol ing” ArA naf Iire'a a/apn.
that “tired feeling” are nature's warn-
ings that something is wrong in the
digestive apparatus. At such times
Green’s August Flower will
correct the difficulty and este
normal condition. At all drug]
dealers', 25c and 75c bottles.
You can rid yourself of that colei In
the head by takliiR Laxative Qulnldine
Tablets. Trice 25c. Also used in
cases of La Grippe nnd for severe
headaches. Remember that.—Adv.
In Kidney Medicine
After handling nnd Felling Dr. Kilmer’s
Swamp-Root to the trade for the past ten
years 1 am confident that it is a reliable
kidney, liver and bladder preparation. I
have never heart! a single complaint from
niv customers concerning Swamp Hoot ami
all of them speak very favorably regard-
ing its merit, 1 shall always recommend
Swamp-Root because I feel that my cus-
tomers will l*e pleased with the results
obtaiued after using it.
Very truly yours,
\V. R. SIEG, Druggist.
Sept. 14, 1916. Hydro, Okla.
Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For You
“There’s a Reason”
Ac change in price, quality
or elm* of package.
Send ten cent* to Dr. Kilmer A Co.,
Binghamton. N. Y.. for a sample size bot-
tle. It will convince anyone. You will
also receive a booklet of valuable infor-
mation, telling about the kidneys snd blad-
der. When writing, be sure snd mention
this paper, Repilsr tifty-eent and one-
doilsr size bottle* for sale at all drug
Rut for the limelight many n the-
airicul star would cense to shine.
He Is n man of strong will pnwei
who never talks about the weather.
American Offiaer Killed in Italy.
Washington. — Major Elvin R.
Heiberg, American military attache
at Home, was accidentally killed while
riding on the Italian front, a report
to the state department from the
embassy said the oflicer was at the
front on observation duty. Major
Heiberg was assigned to the embassy
at Rome about a year ago. He
served with distinction as a cavalry
officer, partciuiarly in the Philippines,
where he was highly commended for
his work as civil governor of the Cat-
taboto district, Mindanoa.
Two Kinds of Craft.
Boy—Pa, what kind of ships are
Pa—Soft ships, my son.
Boy—-And what kind of ships sail on
flip sea of matrimony?
Pa—Hardships, my son.—London
New law just passed. New towag, buginass
opportunities. Map showing propose'1 rail*
roads, fiend 15 cents for maps and infor-
U.S. Commissioner, Outlook, Moil.
MICE CARRY DISEASE
Wash day is smile day if you use Red
Cross Bail Blue, American made, therefore
the best made. Adv.
The Oklahomn-Kansns field leads in
the production of oil.
Mexicans Deny It
Guadalajara. — General Candido
Aguilar, the provisional minister ol
foreign relations formally denied
that the Mexican government had
been approached by Germany with
the object of forming an allinace
hostile to the United States. The
statement given out by the Mexican
foreign minister says: “The gov-
ernment of Mexico has not received
In behalf ot the government of Ger-
many any proposal for an alliance
looking toward war with the Unhid
If every imin could have ids own
way, how quickly others would get out
Kill These Peete By Uelng
U. 8. Government Buya It
SOLD EVBRYWHERB — 25c and fi.oa
5,000 shan»s Uncle 8am Oil Stock 129.00. Producin#
well*, pine lines, refineries, lar^e acreage, dlsmbut-
ing stations, tank cars. Important development*.
Bik increase ln OU makes dividends possible *
A44r*M W. K Belluian Investment Co., Wichita, I
DR. PHELAN'S HOSPITAL
1506 No. Broadway, Oklahoma City
For the care of medical and surgical oases.
Private rooms for maternity patients. Babies
adopted when desired.
Diet, Exercise or Death !
W. N. U„ Oklahoma City, No. 10-1917.
An eminent medical authority writes
that most of our city folks die of a thick-
ening of the nrterii's or of kidney dis-
ease. The kidneys become clogged and
do not filter the poisons from the blood,
nnd ono trouble follows another, high
blood pressure damages the heart, arteries
and kidneys. Usually its danger signals
Ve backache, pain here or there, swollen
Teet or ankles, rheumatic twinges or
spots appearing before the eyes. r
“Tho veiy best remedy is this: Eat
meat but once a day, or not at all. Plenty
of outdoor exercise, and drink pure
water frequently. Before meals take a
little Anuric, the great uric acid neu-
traliier that is easily obtained nt the
drug store. When you.have dizziness,
ehills or sweating, worry, or dragging
puns in back, try this wonderful enemy
to uric acid, which Dr. Pierce of Buffalo,
«. Y., discovered and named Anuric.
Anunc. more potent than lithia. ili^iliM
one add as hot watar doss suoi."^
HEALTHY CHILDREN come from healthy'
they'll take Dr.
equal it inbuild-
fng up a wom-
In regulating and
natural functions, and In putting In
perfect order every part of the femalo
system. It lessens the pains and bur-
dens. supports and strengthens, weak,
It’s an Invigorating, restorative tonic,
a soothing and bracing nervine.
Castor oil Is good for children or ndultsT
and .especially good for aged pooplo. A
pleasant form of a vegetable laxative that
it to *** *4 — J--J •
lie had at any drutf storo, was in.
vented by -----' - -
May - app^e j'ixrfophyliTnh alMal^alam
nr drug store for'Pleasant Pel-
Ask at anr < _ ______
let*,” and uioy tin be had for little money.
Rubber lo be used in milking fish
tins airtight is needed in Norway.
Tills Is a serious matter with hous»
keepers as food prices are constantly
going up. To overcome tills, cut out
the high priced meat dishes and serve
your family more Skinner’s Macaroni
nnd Spaghetti, tlie cheapest, most de-
licious nnd most nutritious of ull foods.
Write the Skinner Mfg. Co.,*Omaha,
Nebr., for beautiful cook hook, telling
how to prepare It in n hundred different
w uys. It’s free to every woman.—Adv.
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