The New Era. (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 13, 1913 Page: 3 of 4
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MEN DEAD fourteen YEARS
Restored to Health by Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable
SUFFERING FROM COLD AND
HUNGER, SEVERE BLIZZARD
Elkhart, Ind.:-" I suffered for four-
HAD REACHED THE SOUTH POLE
For Every Baking
Best—because it's the
it never fails. Best—
because it makes every
baking light, fluffy and
evenly raised. Best
—because it is moder-
ate in cost—highest in
At your grocers.
Searching Party Discovered Bodies of
Victims Soon After Storm—
Expedition Found Amuni
London—News of the death of Cap-
tain Robert F. Scott and his four brave
companions, who succeeded by a final
dash in reaching the South pole, only |
to find proofs that ^Amundsen had pre-
ceded them, came in a brief dispatch
from Lieutenant G. E. Evans, of the
royal navy, who was second in com-
mand when the expedition started and
who now sign* as "commander" of
Details are not known yet but it is
believed records of the scientific ma-
terial collected, together with the ex-
plorers' bodies have been recoverd.
The fact that Captain Amundsen
reached his base from the pole in
World's Pure Food E*p«
•ition, Chicago, 111.
Parts Exposition, Franc®#
Yoa Jon 'I save money when you I
cheap or hig-can baking powder. Don I
he misled* Buy Calumet. It s more
economical— more wholesome—gives
hat results. Calumet a far luperlor to
sour milk an^ soda.
pain and irregulari-
ties. The pains in
my sides were in-
creased by walking
or standing on my
feet and I had such
awful bearing down
feelings, was de-
pressed in spirits
and became thin and
pale with dull,heavy
eyes. I had six doc-
tors from whom X received only tempo-
rary relief. I decided to give Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a fair
trial and also the Sanative Wash. I have
now used the remedies for four months
and cannot express my thanks for what
they have done for me.
"If these lines will be of any benefit
you have my permission to publish
them." —Mrs. Sadie Williams, 455
James Street, Elkhart, Indiana.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
pound, made from native roots and herbs,
contains no narcotic or harmful drugs,
and to-day holds the record of being tha
most successful remedy for female ills
we know of, and thousands of voluntary
testimonials on file in the Pinkham
labc -tory at Lynn, Mass., seem to
prove this fact.
If von have the slightest doubt
Ly' — "I *Ta
that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta-
ble Compound will help you, write
to Lydia K.PinkhamMedicineCo.
(confidential) Lynn,Mass., for ad-
vice. Your letter will he opened,
read and answered by a woman,
and held in strict confidence.
AN IMMENSE AMOUNT OF MONEY
SPENT BY WESTERN CANADI-
ANS IN WINTER SEASON.
"An unusually large number of
Western Canada people are leaving
or preparing to leave to spend the
Winter in California."
The above Item of news was clip-
ped from a Western Canada paper
early In December. In the same paper
were items of news conveying the in
telligence that hundreds of Western
Canadians were also taking a trip
abroad, spending the Christmas sea-
son "at home," as they yet term the
old land. The Scandinavian element
participated largely in the holiday
business of the railroads and the
steamships, but they all had return
tickets. Early In December the east
bound trains and boats were loaded,
and an estimate furnished by the rail
road people gave upwards of twelve
thousand as the number who would
make the Christmas holiday viBit
abroad. This does not mean that these
people are leaving to avoid the cold-
ness of the winter, nor for any eli
matlc conditions whatever. They
have come out to Canada and have
done so well that they can afford the
hundred and fifty or two hundred dol
lars or more that it takes to carry
them across and back. When they
came to Canada they did not have
that much money all told, but now
they are wealthy and on their return
will bring some of their friends with
Then there are those, too, who on
their wheat farms have made suffi-
cient money that they can afford to
take a holiday, and what better winter
holidaying ground could they have
than California? How many in other
farming districts of the continent
could afford the money and the time
that these people can?—Advertise-
L V/ W W w r- ,
HERE'S YOUR CHANCE
TO OWN A
CATTLE RANCH OR STOCK FARM.
rlt tha basis far tb« most Indepsndtnt existence of fho
timos. Cattle are high, grass Is scares and cannot M
Itastd fsr any itngth of tlmt. The Spur Ranch (Texas; It
■ famous old-time ranch now being cut up, and from it you
can get ono section to fifty, with any desired combination of
splendid fanning land for raising winter feed. Prices tow;
terms easy. Secure your ranch tract before It is too tati.
Many selections In many sizes. Ve also offer straight farm-
ing lands highly productive, reasonable prices easy terms.
Any good farmer can make these lands pay themselves out
from the products thereof. Write for free Illustrated booklet
SHUIGKI&C16AR ALWAYS RELIABLE
thirty-eight days, while the Scott party
had been traveling more than two
months when disaster overtook them,
is believed to show that Scott must '
either have met some misfortune, pos- j
sibly in a crevasse, or encounterd a
succession of blizzards. The fact that
Petfy Officer Evans died from concus-
sion of the brain as early as February
17 sewps to indicate some such acci-
dent, possibly involving the loss of a
portion of the equipment.
Captain Scott's party found Captain
Jt'oald Amundsen's hut and records at
the South pole. He reached there
March 19, 1912, eleven miles from One !
Ton depot, a blizzard overwhelming
IN TOKIO, JAPAN
WAS NO PLACE FOR LUCINDY
Mammy Would Not Allow Daughter
to Stay Where Cooking Was Done
Without Human Agency.
Mammy Lou was visiting I,uclndy.
The latter lifted a boiling pot off the
stove, set it in the tireless cooker, cov-
ered it closely and pushed it under
"What'B yuh agoin' t' do wid dat
"I'se a-gaoin' to cook dem beans In
de tireless cooker."
Mammy rose, a scared, hunted look
on her wrinkled face . "Does yuh
mean t' tell me yuh a-goln' t' bile
dem beans without flah?"
Luclndy nodded. Mammy backed
to the door and looked at the girl
as at an apparition, then with defi-
ance mingled with fear commanded:
"Put on your bonnet! You sure Is
hoodooed! You ain't goin' t' live in
no bouse where the devil does de
Here is a Simple Way of Cor- j
recting it Instantly Before
it Becomes Chronic.
Very few people go through life
without some time or other being
troubled with constipation. Thousands
injure themselves by the use of
strong cathartics, salt mineral wa-
ters, pills and similar things. They
have temporary value In some cases,
it is true, but the good effect la soon
lost, and the more one takes of them
the less effective they become.
A physic or purgative is seldom
necessary, and much better and more
permanent results can be obtained
by using a scientific remedy like Dr.
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It does not
hide behind a high sounding name,
but is what it Is represented to be,
a mild laxative medicine. It Is so
mild that thousands of mothers give
It to tiny Infants, and yet it Is bo com-
pounded, and contains such definite
Ingredients that It will have equally
good effect when used by a person
suffering from the worst chronic con-
stipation. In fact, among the great-
est endorsers of Syrup Pepsin are
elderly people who have suffered for
years and found nothing to benefit
them until they took Syrup Pepsin.
It Is a Tact that millions of families
have Syrup Pepsin constantly in the
bouse, homes like those of Mrs. Q. B
Prultt, Berea, Ky.. who used Dr. Cald-
well's Syrup Pepsin as a laxative
tonic. Mrs. Prultt writes that It so
strengthened and cleansed her system
that she was quickly relieved of a se-
ver© cough which had troubled her
for months. The special value of this
grand laxative tonic !b that It is suit-
MRS. G. B. PRUITT
ed to the needs of every member of
the family. It is pleasant-tasting,
mild and non-griping. Unlike harsh
physics It works gradually and In a
very brief time the stomach and
bowel muscles are trained to do their
work naturally again, when all medi-
cines can be dispensed with.
You can obtain a bottle at any drug
store for fifty cents or one dollar. Tha
latter size is usually bought by fam-
ilies who already know its value. Re-
sults are always guaranteed or money
will be refunded.
If no member of your family has
ever used Syrup Pepsin and you
would like to make a personal trial
of It before buying it In the regular
way of a druggist, send your address
—a postal will do—to Dr. W. B. Cald-
well, 203 Washington St., Montlcello,
Til., and a free sample bottle will ba
What ever} woman needs! "Perfection Vac-
uum < loth'e. Waalier" clean! whiter than by
hand. SavfB linn, requires no rubbing or
scrubbing Prepaid for 12.50 Write for cir-
cular. I'tllltle. Import « Kiport Co.. Inc..
II nroaduar. Sew York.
Opposition to the Cabinet Results in
Death of Six People in
Tokio—Six persons wer killed and
sixty-five Injured in political rioting
The situation is serious.
The premier of Japan, Katsura, was
stoned by a mob in the streets. His
resignation has been demanded by the
~ ~ \ .. T. i people. MobB attacked the offices of
Darning on Your Sowing Mscninn the bureaucratic newspapers and the
- —minister. They burned and wrecked
police stations, tram cars and private
Atwhrncnt S6r with foil directl',n« Storting*,
fineM. clothing. nnUerw.-ar. Au'-aii, Wanted.
Address, HENHY FRIEDENHEIT, •
116 Culbertion Buildtr g. Oklahwia City. Okli.
Credit and "Confidence."
First Bank Official—I Just loaned
Bulger $50,000 on his business.
Second Ditto—Is his business good
enough to warrant it?
"Sure! He showed that he was
employing over fourteen hundred
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for
Infants and children, and see that It
Signature of . rrr
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
One at a Time-
She—When we are married, dear,
I must have three servants.
He—Certainly, darling. But try -to
keep each as long as possible.—St.
" (Ail Steel) SILO
IN MEXICO CITY
Stands the Oklahoma ho*
sun and winds. Warranted
n.it to leak, rust t>r go to
p i occs. W rlt« the maker—
Tfce Southwest Silo Co., Oklahoma City.OUahomt
"Don't you think that we should
have a more elastic currency?" asked
the Old Fogy.
"It's elastic enough," replied the
Grouch. "Why don't they make It
Diaz In the Arsenal and Madero In the
Palace. Waiting Deelop-
Oldpop—Is your baby fond of you?
Newpop—Fond of me? Why he just
sleeps all day, so that he can stay up
all night to enjoy my entertaining so-
At the Studio.
A motor stopped in front of the
photographer's, and a woman lack-
ing none of the artificial accessories
deemed necessary to "looks," entered
A couple of days later the photogra-
pher submitted proofs for her ap-
"Not one of these pictures looks
anything like me," the woman In-
The photographer tried in every
way to pacify her. but finding this
an impossibility, lost control jttf his
"Madam!" he exclaimed, "did you
read my sign?"
"Well! It doe not say 'cleaning,
dyeing and remodeling.' It says 'por-
Knew It All.
An old but sturdy Irishman, who
has made a reputation as a gang
boss, was given a job with a railroad
construction company at Port-au-
Prlnce, Haiti. One day, when the
sun was hotter than usual, the gang of
black Haitians began to shirk, and as
the chief engineer rode up on his
horse—the Irishman was heard to
"AUez—you sons of guns—allez!"
Then turning to the engineer, he
said: "I curse the duy I lver learned
Glivng Away the Secret.
Willing to have his neighbors think
he was a fine musician, Brown Install-
ed a mechanical piano near a front
window of his home, where he spent
hours each day pedaling out melodies.
"Your father is a great piano player,
Isn't he?" one of the neighbors re-
marked to Brown's boy William one
afternoon. "Yep," replied William,
"but it makes his feet awful sore."
He only Is rich who owns the day
and no one owns the day who allows
It to be Invaded with worry, and fret,
"Are you fond of a joke?"
"Is this a proposal?"
Mrs. Wlnnlow's Soothing Syrup for Children
tsethtng, mittens the gums, reduces InHummn-
liou,allay* pain,cure* wind college a bottle .Aft
Surprise for Mother.
A Chicago school teacher tells with
great gusto of the shrewd little "col-
ored brother" who once arrived at
school provided with a moBt unusual
excuse for tardiness. "I couldn't help
bein' late, please, teacher," he bubbled,
shrilly. "Somepln happened to us las'
night. My maw, she went ter bed wit'
a headache, and when she wakes up
dts mornln', dere's two little quins
(twins) one on each side ob her, and
she won' know nuffln 'bout 'em tell
she wakes up. An' my maw, she so
R'prlsed, she caln't get up ter get me
ready for school!"
• Depends lartrely
| upon one's phys-
No man or woman can do their beet
wt.rk if troubled with a weak stomach
or a torpid liver. Don't be careleaa.
Golden Medical Discovery
nromotes the flow of digestive juices,
invigorate# the liver and purifies ana
enriches the blood. It mukes men
and women strong lu body ana
active in mind.
Ask Your Druggist
FREE TO ALL SUFFERERS
Agreeing With Her.
"I was a fool when I married you!"
"Yes, and you married a fool!"
If tou feel "out of sorts"—"ron down"or"got th#
blues," suffer from kidney.bladder, nervous diseases,
r.hronlo weaknesses, u leers, skin eruptlons.pl les.Ae^
write for mr KltKH Vx>ok. It If the most instructive
me.li.ai bunk e***r written. It uUls
Jumped the Track.
"And Zens turned Nlobe Into a
"Did they have motor cars in those
Just to Prove It.
"Pa, what is undying love?"
"That's the kind the gink ha9 who
shoots himself dead when he is re-
It is far better to make your mark
in the world than it is to be an easy
Only Oil* "IIKIIMII m'lNINK"
fh.t i. llx a imvii mjim" "/si, cSd
for the signal""' of B. W. i'
In One lwy, Ourut Grip In two ll*7 . 2&C.
The best cure for kleptomania may
be arrest cure.
Mexico City—President Francisco I
Madero is back in the uational palact
and Senora Madero Is In Chapultapec
castle. The president's brief dlsap
pearance from the palace gave rise tc
a rumor that he had taken to flight,
but it appears he was absent only a
short time and since then has been
spending his time in conference with
Genera) Huerta, Ernesto Madero, min-
ister of finance, and other ministers.
The national palace is guarded by
800 mon of all arms, with eight o>
more heavy guns. Madero claims to
have 1,500 men upon whom he car. de-
General Diaz said he had no inten-
tion of making an attack of the gov-
ernment forces. Little is known of
his plans, but It was learned officially
night that he appearB to have a large
quantity of cash with him in the ar
TO DRIVE OUT MALARIA
AND BtlLJ) I V THE SYSTEM
Take the Old rttnndurd GKOVK'H TASTKLKim
(HULL TONIC You know what you ure tukluti
The formula is plainly print.<t on every Ix.ttle,
showing it lcRlmply Quinine and Iron In u toauilefli
form, and the most effectual form. For grown
people and children* Ml cents.
"Looks rather plain, does she not? '
"Well, those are her own feathers.
She can't afford anything artificial."—
T'8E AI.I.EN'R FOOT-EASE,
th* Anli«, pti. powder lo br;lhlj« Into th*
■ ho, a for tln-fi, aching It take* the tJnK
out of corni and bunlolm and makes walking
a delight. Sola everywhere, 25e. Refuse auo-
•tltutca For FHEB trial packi'Re. addriaa A.
S. Olmated, I.e Roy. N V. Adv.
"This head work of yours Is some-
thing of a tax, isn't it?"
"Yes; something of a poll-tax."
Hot Cough Sftnp. TaatMOood. Cie
in lima. Soli by DTOltl.li.
Gunboat Rammed In Seattle Fog
Seattle, Wash.—The gunboat Vicks
btirg, which was rammed and almost
sunk at the Puget Sound navy yard by
the navai tug Fortune, will be placed
in dry dock. The steel prow of the
tug cut a gash fifteen feet long and
more than a foot wide In the Vlcks-
burg's starboard quarter and It was
necessary to use collision "mates" to
keep the gunboat from going to the
bottom. A board has been appointed
to investigate the accident, which oc
curred In a thick fog.
A notable housekeeper of the paBt
generation, before the days of screens,
had just announced with decision that
she never had any flies.
"Hut, Aun'. Augusta," faltered the
timid visitor, "it seems to me that I
saw a few in the dining room."
"Oh, those," replied her aunt, with
a majestic wave of the hand, "were the
neighbors' flies. They will come in
' occasionally. Kut I was saying, we
never have any of our own."—Youth's
One day ar. Inspector of a Hew
York tenement house found four 1am-
llles living in one room, chalk Itnes
being drawn across in such a manner
as lo mark out a quarter Tor each
family . u ... .
"How do you get along here? In-
quired the inspector.
"Very well." was the reply. "Only
the man in the farthest corner keeps
The Way of It.
"Have you got a cook yet?"
"No, but one 1b coming today to
see If we suit her."
ITCH Reli«*ad in SO MinutM.
Woolford'a Hauitary Lotion for all kind* of
•oal&gioua Iti'il. At Druyglsta. Adv.
When you have a lawsuit to lose
you can afford to hire a cheap law-
Determined to Be Observed.
'You may announce that 1 intend i
to Retire to private life," said the In
"It seems to be the only method
just now by which I can attract pub-
Platonic love Is a good deal like a
gun that you didn't know was loaded.
Can ) "The Appetite is Keen'
YOU f "*he Di9es*ion is ®0011'
x - "The Liver is Active"
I Tilly [ "The Bowels Regular"
§ay ] "General Health fine"
Nature intended you to enjoy these privileges
and if there is anything wrong with the Stomach,
Liver or Bowels we urge a trial of Hosteller's
Stomach Bilfers immediately. It will tone,
strengthen and invigorate the entire system ,thus
preventing Sick Headache,Indigestion,Dyspepsia,
Sourness, Biliousness, Cosliveness, Colds, Grippe
and Malaria. Try a boltle loday, but be sure it's
The Genuine has our Private Stamp over neck ol bottle
■Can t ™r™"b? *Hr°ul7d£
W: hon* rmSuxlj Hi .
SPOHN HtDIOAUCO-Cfc«i.t..«dB««ur**i<wW . Goshen, lnd.f
Death Lurks In A Weak Heart
Mad* by Van VI*«t-M na UI«l Drun Co., T*n . Prle« $1.00
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