Cleveland County Enterprise (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 20, 1917 Page: 6 of 8
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opportunity of availing UieinnHves of thin "Money-
which we could maku.
R. Schiffmann Co., Proprietors, St. Paul, Minn.
m i ut- Oklahoma county fair,
Harry Wilson Felt Like He CHAIRMAN HURLEY PLANS i Ke**omi^u&ood3 county fair. Dacoma.
Sept. 18-21—Kogers Counay Fair. Clare-
Sept. 18-21*, Logan county fair, Guthrie.
Sept. 18-21, Ottawa county fair, Miami.
Sept. 19-22, Caduo county fair, Ana-
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his relief surprising
la no more necessary
than Smallpox. Arrnj
the almost miraculous effi-
cacy, and harmleatness, of Antltvphold Vaccination.
Be vaccinated NOW by your phyilclan, you ani
your family. It la more vital than house insurance.
Ask yo<ir physician, druggist, or send for 'liara
fou bad Typhoid?" tiling of Typhoid Vaccina,
results from use, and danger from Typhoid Carriers.
Producing Vaccinae and Ssrumi under U. 8. Llcensa
Ths Cutler Laboratory, Berkeley, Cel., Chicago, IIL
Only a small percentage of money
saved up for rainy duys In Invested In
"I Feel Like Tanlac Has Made a New
Man of Me and I'm Glad to Rec-
ommend It," He Declares.
| "A gain of twenty pounds on two
bottles of Tanlac is going some, but
that Is Just what happened to me since \
PERSONALLY TO APPEAL
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rioting follows walkout c'"pt'19"22',,ockham count-fair'eik
Government Plans To Oversee and
Foot Bill of Increases Asked
By The Union
Kiowa county fair, Hobart.
Kiamichi valley fair, Tali
Washington.—Strikers in Pacific
coast shipyards holding government
I begun using It," said Harry D. WI1-1 contracts have assumed such serious
There Is No Art In Taking Medicine.
Just follow directions on every hot-
son, an employee of the Humble OH
j Company at their Goose Creek, Texas,
I plant, the other day.
! "I had a spell of malarial fever
| sometime ago," he continued, "and
wasn't able to get straightened out af-
terwards. My system was badly run-1
down. I lost my appetite and had to
live almost exclusively on a diet of [
raw or very soft boiled eggs. My head
proportions that Chairman Hurley of
the federal shipping board announced
that he was considering going to San
Francisco in an attempt to settle the
Strikes at Seattle, Portland, Los
Angeles, San Francisco and other
places on the Pacific coast now are
holding up 12 per cent of the gov-
ernment ships under construction
■s,'Pt 27-29, Haskell county fair. Stigler.
Oct. 2-6, Washington county fair.
Oct. 3-6, Nowpta county fair, Nowata.
Oct. 3-6, Pawnee county fair. Hallett.
Oct. 4-6. Mayes county fair, Pryor.
Oct. If,-20, Indian land sale. Hugo.
Oct. 22-24, Indian land sale. Poteau.
Oct. 24-2'j. Garfield county fair.
Oct. 25, Indian land sale. Wilburton.
Oct. 26, Indian land sale, McAlester.
Oct. 27, lnilain land sale. Coalgate.
Oct. 2y, Indian land sale, Stigler.
Oct. 30, Indian land sale, Pauls Valley.
Oct. 31, Indian land sale, Ardmore.
Dec. 11-15, State Poultry Show, Elk
tie of "Plantation" Chill Tonic and 8cheU so j lll0UK,lt it would split, ' Tl^ ppi B toart e^s U
Bee how quickly those dreadful chills , m. • i 4 "« 8"'" "oaru hopes to settle all
Bee how quickly those dreadful chills
will leave you. It leaves the liver It.
healthy condition and yet contains no
Calomel. Price 50c.—Adv.
As a rule the traitor always has a
a physical wreck
Laid Up In Bed, Barely Holding
Onto Life. Doan's Effected
'Without warning I was dragged to
the brink of the grave by inaiiKW
kidney trouble," naya Robert \V
14 Cypress Ave., Bronx, N. Y.
My kidneys seemed to stop acting and
the pains in my back
were terrible. Big,
bloaty puffs came under
my eyes and attacks of
/"wM dizziness often blinded
SY < uW me. My limbs swelled
* — twice normal size and I
could press big dents in-
to the flesh.
"I was confined to
bed and had convulsions
several times a day.
Despite the best of treatment, I grew
worse and was taken to the hospital.
I didn't improve, however, and was
brought home again, barely holding
"Toward the last of 1913, a friend
persuaded me to try Doan's Kidney
Pills and I cannot put into words
what they did for me. The first box
helped more than all the other medi-
cines and treatments I had taken. I
continued and from an emaciated wreck
of a man I have taken on good, solid
flesh until I now weigh 225 pounds and
am in the best of health. Doan's alone
deserve the credit."
Sworn to before me,
JAMES T. COUGHLIN, Com. of Deeds
Get Doan'a at Any Store. 60c e Box
FOSTER-M1LBURN CO.. BUFFALO. N. Y.
rheumatism made me miserable and
my system was clogged up with ma- j
larla. I fell off to a hundred and I
twenty-eight pounds and was In such j
a bad fix I believe I couldn't have last-1
ed much longer.
"I was sure surprised to find this
Tanlac getting hold of my troubles be- J
fore I hud taken many doses. I feel
hungry all the time and am actually
ashamed to eat enough to satisfy my
appetite. My weight has Increased to
a hundred and forty-eight pounds and
I feel fine In every way. I have got
over that tired and drowsy feeling and
have more life and energy than I have
had In several months. I feel like
Tunlac has made a new man of me,
and I will gladly recommend It to any-
There Is a Tanlac dealer In your
The Plain Truth.
"We are going to entertain company
"Some people you like, I presume."
j "Mercy, no! We would lose our
| social standing If we entertained peo-
j pie we like."
▲ toilet preparation of merit I
Helps to eradicate dandruff. I
For Restoring Color and I
Beauty toGray or Faded Hairl
60c. and ti.00 at Prugginta |
W. N. U., Oklahoma City, No 38-1917.
CLEAR YOUR COMPLEXION
While You Sleep With Cutlcura Soap
and Ointment—Trial Free.
On retiring, gently smear the face
with Cutlcura Ointment, wash olt In
five minutes with Cutlcura Soap and
hot water, and continue bathing a few
minutes with the Soap. The influence
of this treatment on the pores extends
through the night.
Free sample each by mall with Book.
Address postcard, Cutlcura, Dept. L,
Boston. Sold everywhere.—Adv.
on a basis to be determined for Seat
tie yards within a few days.
Officials of the board conferred with
representatives of the Seattle yards
and union leaders regarding an agree-
ment under which workers would be
given higher pay,_ with the govern-
ment paying a proportion of the in-
crease. Working out of details now
awaits the arrival here of officials of
a Seattle yard which already has
granted the highest wage scale de-
manded by the workers and who will
explain the operation of the system.
Reports reached the board that the
San Francisco strike was prompted
partly by an erroneous impression on
the part of union leaders that the high
wage scale granted by a single Seat-
tle shipbuilding company had been
agreed to by all and ratified by the
Rioting Goes With Union Men's Strike.
San Francisco.—Disturbances in va-
rious parts of the city marked the
strike of approximately 25,000 metal
trades m chanics in this city and
nearby cities. Numerous arrests were
made. Most of the disturbances were
in connection with the strike now in
its sixth week of a majority of the
employes of the United Railroads
Blackleg among cattle has developed
in two widely separated sections of
Joe O'Brien, secretary to Governor
Williams, has resigned to accept a po-
sition as correspondent for the Daily
Oklahoman at Washington.
D. T. Smith of Verden has succeed-
ed S. H. Culwell as superintendent of
schools at Waurika. Mr. Culwell was
among the war draft registrants.
Despondent because of ill health,
Will Mays, 27 years old, who has been
employed on a farm near Marlow dur-
ing the past summer, cut his throat
with a razor.
Word has arrived from Washington
that Speaker and Mrs. Champ Clark
will come to Lawton as soon as con-
gress adojurns to visit their son, Lieut.
Col, Bennett Clark of the Sixth Mis-
souri infantry, stationed at Camp Don-
iphan. They are to be guests of Rep-
resentative and Mrs. Scott Ferris.
The government oil and gas experi-
mental station was virtually assured
for Tulsa when a chamber of com-
merce committee announced that sub-
scriptions in the sum of $50,000 had
been obtained. The amount will be
used to purchase grounds and erect
buildings for the federal institution.
The robbery of the safe at the M , O.
& G. depot, at Durant last week, en-
tailed a severe loss to the local troop
of Boy Scouts. They had the ice
cream privilege at the county fair,
and the amount of their loss, $601.20,
Company and with whom the striking j represented the gross receipts. Thev
metal workers have expressed sym-1 are $400 in debt for unpaidfor sup-
The strike caused a tieup of $160,- 0 j • , n ^ j ««
nnn nnn _ . i_. v r,j. Roderick R. Kennedy, 22 years old,
000,000 government shipbuilding and . r> t
. .. """6 ouu SQn of Dr j F Kennedy 0f m nne-
engine construction contracts. At
When a policeman hears a girl
scream after dark he doesn't know
whether she is being kissed or only
A wise man never attempts to guess
the use of fancy work made by a wom-
first only the shipyards and a few
large machine shops were affected,
but the strike spread quickly to other
Women in this Condition Re-
gain Health by Taking Lydia e.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
Convincing Proof of This Fact.
liidgway, Penn. — "I suffered from female
trouble with backache and pain in my side for over
seven months so I could not do any of my work. I
was treated by three different doctors and was
getting discouraged when my sister-in-law told me
how Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound had
helped her. I decided to try it, and it restored my
health, so I now do all of my housework which is
not light as I have a little boy three years old."
— Mrs. O. M. Riiines, Ridgway, Penn.
Mrs. Lindsey Now Keeps House For Seven.
Tennille,Ga.—"I want to tell you how much I have been benefited
by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. About eight years ago I
got in such a low state of health I was unable to keep house for three in
the family. I had dull, tired, dizzy feelings, cold feet and hands nearly
all the time and could scarcely sleep at all. The doctor said I had a
severe case of ulceration and without an operation I would always
be an invalid, but I told him I wanted to wait awhile. Our druggist
advised my husband to get Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
and it has entirely cured me. Now I keep house for seven and work
in the garden some, too. I am so thankful I got this medicine. I feel
as though it saved my life and have recommended it to others and
they have been benefited".—Mrs. W. E. Lindsey, R. R. 3, Tennille, Ua.
If you want spccial advice write to Lydia 13. Pinkham Medi-
cine Co. (confidential) Lynn, Mass. Your letter will be opened,
ruad und answered by a woman and held In strict confidence.
ARGENTINE NOT SATISFIED.
Verbal Apology for Germany's Breach
of Faith Not End.
Buenos Aires.—Dr. Luis B. Molina,
the Argentine minister at Berlin, in-
formed the Argentine foreign office by
cable that the German government had
expressed regrets over the action of
Count von Luxburg, the German min-
ister to Argentina. Doctor Molina re-
pirted that Baron von Dem Bussche-
Haddenhausen, under secretary of the
German foreign office, had Informed
him that Germany disapproved of ex-
pressions used by Count von Luxburg
in his dispatches.
Foreign Minister Pueyrredon, after
reading Molina's cablegram, an-
nouncd that he declined to accept the
assurances of Baron von Dem
Bussche- Haddenhausen as a satis-
factory settlement of the Luxburg in-
cident, because it was merely a ver-
bal statement of an undersecretary.
The Argentine foreign office is await-
ing a formal note from the German
government before closing the inci-
The under secretary, who acted for
Doctor von Kuehlmann, the German
foreign secretary, during his absence
in Munich, asked the Argentine min-
ister to request the Argentine gov-
ernment to notify Count von Luxburg
that the German government wished
him to return immediately to Ger-
many to explain the entire matter.
Doctor Molina was asked to obtain a
safe conduct for Count von Luxburg.
And Here's Another Case.
San Jose, Costa Hlca.—Diplomatic
I relations between Costa Rica and
j Germany are considered severed, as
J the result of steps taken by the gov-
| eminent. General Tinoco, the presi-
J dent, discovered that German resi-
dents here had joined with some of
the followers of former President
Gonzales in conspiring against the
! Three of the most prominent Ger-
mans here, Kumpel, Altschul and Jr-
j lich have been arrested.
All Germans residing In Costa Ri- :
| can ports have been ordered interned. I
I President Tinoco has called congress i
j in special session and will lay the \
I matter before it.
Baggage Ordered Searched.
San Francisco.—Orders were re-
ceived here today by customs officials
from the treasury department at
Washington to search the baggage of
all passengers departing from this
port to guard against concealment of
contraband articles which cannot be
taken out of the country except by
apolis, Minn., and a recently commis-
sioned lieutenant in the third aero
squadron now in training at Camp
Doniphan, died as the result of burns
suffered while falling 200 feet in a
flaming airplane at the aviation field
Four Oklahoma students were among
the graduates of the University of Chi-
cago at the close of the summer ses-
sion, at the 104th convocation of that
institution. They are:' Haydee Delia
Ritchey, Ph. B„ Durant; Nellie Myrtle
Jaroleman, S. B., Muskogee; Roy Tem-
ple House, Ph. B., Norman; Charles
Henry Borden, Ph. B., Wewoka.
A jury, after being out nine hours,
returned a verdict of guilty at Henry-
etta, and sentenced G. C. Collins, a
cripple, to ninety nine years in the
state prison for the murder of A1 John-
son, on the morning of August 20. Col-
lins stabbed Johnson to death with a
butcher knife during a quarrel over
a card game. Collins will not appeal.
Edward O'Flaherty, who was arrest-
ed at Rush Springs on a charge of
stealing a shot gun, was given his op
tion of standing trial or enlisting in
the army. He chose the latter. After
being entered at the recruiting office
he escaped and was recaptured near
Rush Springs. He was brought to
Chickasha and fined $25 and costs and
will remain in the county jail for fifty
A part played by national banks in
the placing of the first Liberty loan
Is shown in a statement that has just
been issued by the comptroller of cur-
rency. It shows that Oklahoma banks
shouldered their share of the burden
in the placing of the issue. A total
of $16,900,000 was subscribed from
Oklahoma, the report shows. The
amount allotted to Oklahoma was
$10,500,000, showing that Oklahoma
oversubscribed the issue by $6,400,000.
The broom corn raised in McClain
county this year was a great money-
producing crop. About $125,000 was
spent in Washington, west of Purcell,
for the straw. Twelve cars have al-
ready been shipped and several will
be sent out this week. Broom corn is
becoming one of the staple products of
this county. The straw brought an
average of $:!00 per ron this year
around Washington. A number of
farmers have paid for their farms from
the proceeds of this one crop.
Dr. A. H. Yates and Fred O'Neil,
charged with the murder of Miss Elsie
Stone, were admitted to bail by Judge
T. W. Bolen at Wewoka. Habeas cor-
pus proceedings had been instituted
by the accused men's attorney and
the court held that under the special
statute governing such cases the men
could be held only for manslaughter.
Bail was fixed at $10,000
J. W. Shipp of Ada has been em-
ployed as superintendent of the Ad-
dington school, to take the place of
J. C Moore, who was iu the Jefferson
county army draft.
alcohol-3 PER cent. |
I /.Vegetable PreparationforAs
| similatin^tlicroodbyReguta- i
Thereby Promoting Digestion
Cheerfulness and Rest Contains
neither Opium,Morphine nor
Mineral. Not Narcotic
A helpful Remedy for
Constipation and Diarrhoei.
and Fevcrlshness and
II Loss OF Sleep
i; resulting therefrom inIntan,
For Infants and Children.
Mothers Know That
The Centaur Company
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
Hence the Name.
"Why do you call that horse Collec-
'He's a trifle slow."
TW« SINTAUR COMPANY, NIW YORK On
DEATH LURKS IN A WEAK HEART,
so on first symptoms use "Renovine"
and be cured. Delay and pay the awful
penalty. "Renovine" Is the heart's
remedy. Price $1.00 and 50c—Adv.
Money back without question
If HUNT'S CURE fails In the
treatment of ITCH, ECZEMA,
RINGWORM, TETTER or other
Itching skin diseases. Price
50c at druggists, or direct from
1B. Richards Medicine Co. .Shtrman lei.
"I am going to have an old beau for
the hero of this story."
"That is a dandy idea."
The Grouch—Why do all men speak
of women who are the least bit good
looking as "blamed pretty women?"
The Sardonic Simp—-Easy. If they're
pretty they're sure to be blamed.
She (coquettlshly)—So many peo-
ple tell me I sing like a bird. Do you
think so, Mr. Jobbing?
He—Certainly X do.
She—What kind of a bird do you
think I sing like? Now, you flatterer,
don't say like a nightingale.
He—Oh, no; like a screech owl.
Would Give Him Exercise.
Former Congressman George R.
Smith of Minneapolis Is fond of hunt-
ing and takes great pride In the owner-
ship of a costly setter dog of noble
birth. One day an old man, who was
acting as guide for the hunt, came near
making a lifelong enemy of Smith by
critclzlng the dog's technique in the
"The dog's perfectly all right." de-
clared Smith, Indignantly. "I wouldn't
trade him for any dog I ever saw, only
he doesn't get quite enough exercise.
I'm busy and have to keep him penned
up a good deal. He ought to have
more exercise and that would Improve
"Has he got any fleas?" Inquired the
"Should say not," replied Smith, In-
sulted. "That dog has his bath every
week the same as I hope you do."
"Why don't you give him a few
"What do you mean, give him fleas?
Why should I want a fine dog like him
to have fleas?"
"Well," opined the guide, thought-
fully, "they'd give him exercise."—St.
Sold for 47 years. For Malaria,Chills
and Fever. Also a Fine General
IF YOl HAVt^—
no appetite, Indigestion, Flatulence, Sick
Headache, "ail run down" or losing flesh, you
fust what you need. They tone up the weak
stomach and build up the flagging energies.
Her Position Assured.
He—Her social position is fully as-
sured, Isn't it?
She—Dear me, yes. She told me the
other day confidentially that she had
now got to the point where she could
snub her best friends without lujury.
where by folks
who find that
"There's a Reason"
Girlsl Make beauty lotion at
home for a few cents. Try Itl
Squeeze the juice of two lemons into
a bottle containing three ounces of
orchard white, shake well, and you
have a quarter piht of the best freckle
and tan lotion, and complexion beau-
tlfier, at very, very small cost.
Your grocer has the lemons and any
drug store or toilet counter will supply
three ounces of orchard white for a
few cents. Massage this sweetly fra-
grant lotion Into the face, neck, arms
and hands each day and see how
freckles and blemishes disappear and
how clear, soft and white the skin b >
comes. Yes I It Is harmless. Adv.
One Hiding Place.
"This Is a queer little hole of coun-
try of yours, Pat," said one of the Fly
boys to our friend the other day.
"Begorra, an' as quare as it Is," re-
plied Pat, "there's wan thing ye can
do In it that ye can't do in yer own
"And what Is that?" asked the draft
"Hide!" replied Pat.
His Family Tree.
A pompous man meeting a Mr. Moora
at a dinner party, began boasting about
his ancestors, and said: "And pray,
sir, whom are you descended from?"
"Oh," said his neighbor, "I am a
lineal descendent of Noah."
"How do you make that out?" said
the pompous man, somewhat taken
"In this way," said Mr. Moore, smil-
ing. "Noah hud three sons, Sliem,
Ham, and, one more!"
Dora—I wonder why Harry broke
his engngement with Miss Peckem?
Jack—According to my Information,
her father ottered to lend him money
enough to get married on.
A young widow's health usually Im-
proves when her physician gets mar-
When Your Eyes Need Care
Try Murine Eye Remedy
Ho Smarting — Jnat Bye Comfort. 60 ronts &«
Dragjlsta or mall. Writ* for Free Ht« Book
MI BI.NK BYE BIMJCDY CO.,CHICAGO
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