The New Era. (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 18, 1914 Page: 3 of 8
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The Source of Uric Acid
uric acid ftiid the constant Altering of acid-
laden blood weakens the kidneys. Uric acid
^ire„r^U'"tttiC .""d """oui trouble
weakens the eyes, forms gravel and leads
to dropsy aud Brlght's disease. Kldnev
n.C^n«Tl ? I®" >f"''y war"i"H , howiver
such as backache and urinary disorders
aud can be stopped by prompt treatment
KM^y Pills, the best rec-
ommended aud most widely used kidney
An Oklahoma Case
"I underwent -
great suffering from
says Mrs. Wauneta
Greeson, of 414 W.
Grand Ave., Okla-
homa City. Okla. "I
had a dull, heavy
ache In the email of
my hack, with bad
headaches and nerv-
ous spells. My kid-
neys were Irregular
n action, too. Noth-
ing helped me and
finally on a friend's
advice, I u ■ e d
Donn's Kidney Pills.
Get Doan'. .1 Any Stow. SOc a Box
foster.miuburn co., buffalo, n. y.
Just as Good.
"Have you any 5-cent cigars?" asked
"No," replied the druggist, "but we
have something just as good. Here's
a 10-cent cigar."
BAD TETTER ON HANDS
R. F. D. No. 1, Crltz, Va.—"I had
tetter on my hands so badly that I
couM hardly do anything. It would
begin to come In clear white blisters,
then they would burst and peel off all
over and crack and bleed. My hands
were so sore and Itched so badly I
could not rest day or nlgbt. I could
not put them In water nor do my reg-
"I tried medicine and several differ-
ent kinds of cream on them but they
got worse Instead of better. Nothing
did me any good until I tried Cutlcura
Soap and Ointment. And now my
hands are perfectly well and all right."
(Signed) Miss Ellen Tudor, Nov. 19,
Cutlcura Soap and Ointment sold
throughout the world. Sample of each
free.with 32-p. Skin Book. Address post-
card "Cutlcura, Dept. L, Boston."—Adr.
A spinster grits her teeth every
time she encounters a widow who has
planted three husbands and Is seeking
al Injuries. ^
For Cuts, Burn*,
Strains, Stiff Neck,
Chilblains, Lame Back,
Old Sores, Open Wounds,'
and all External
Mads Since 1846.
Price 25c, 50c and $1.00
All Dealers Sf
Can quickly be overcome by
—act surely and
gently on the
ness, and Indigestion. They do their duty,
SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE,
Genuine must bear Signature
DAISY FLY KILLER .'.Vim. '.ti
flits Neat, clean, or-
cheap Lasts si*
■eason. Madt of
metal, can't aplll or tip
over; will not soli or
I nj u re an j t b Inf.
eipreett paid for 11.00.
SAB0LD HOMERS, 160 DeCalb Ave., Brooklyn, N. T.
Canadian Farm Bargains i-'h nai "ii nv
payment^ crop failure* unknown, will make you in-
dependent. Small farms und large tract*. 8tur«ral
ft.OCXI acre tract* ut U below prewent value* for quick
•ale Write ti 1). Carter, Box 1638. Hdiuunton. Alta.
DETECTIVE and BURGLAR
Andy Urimes" the yreateflt deteotlre story erer
• - - - l um a Ncrtal ntorv in tbe UtH'ky
Denver, Oolo.. published twelve
written. Just started
yoara. Htorv never In prl
tr. special offer to
Sound* That Way.
Patience—She has a pretty mouth.
Patrice—A mere Incident.
"Yes, but one which is ijever
Whenever You Need a deneral Tonic
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Touic is equally valuable at a
General Tonic because It contains the
well known ionic properties of QUININE
and IRON It acts on the Liver, Drive*
out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
Builus up the Whole System. SO cents.
PRESIDENT TO FIGHT SPECIAL
INTERESTS URGING AD-
DEPRESSION IS PSYCHOLOGICAL
Pictorial Review and Simmon* Com-
pany Assist in Agitation.—
Federal Reserve Board
Washington, D. C.—President Wil-
son came out with a flat declaration
that despite what he characterized
is a deliberate campaign by certain
interests to secure adjournment of
congress and prevent passage of the
idministratjon's trust program, he
would use every influence at his com-
mand to get the pending bills through
the senate at this session.
Choosing his words carefully, the
president disclosed his belief that or-
ganized distribution of circular let-
ters and telegrams among business
men, members of congress and other
public officials, calling for an adjourn-
ment of congress, a halt in the trust
bills, an Increase in freight rates for
the railroads and a "rest for business"
was responsible for what he recently
described as a "psychological depres-
In spite of that view the White
House made public copies of letters
and telegrams brought In by friends
of the administration. One letter was
circulated by the Simmons Hardware
company of St. Louis under date of
June 9. Just prior to that date Presi-
dent Wilson had offered to E. C. Sim-
mons, president of that company, a
place on the federal reserve board.
Just before the president expressed
his views on the trust program it was
announced that Mr. Simmons had de-
clined the appointment and that Chas.
S. Hamlin of Boston would be nomi-
nated in his stead.
Mild Sensation Created.
The president's declaration and the
publication of the letters created a
mild sensation approaching that which
followed the president's denunciation
of "insidious lobby," which, he said,
was threatening the tariff bill / last
Varying opinions were expressed as
to the probable time of adjournment
of congress, but it generally was
agreed that the session should be con-
tinued until anti-trust measures are
Anally disposed of.
Chas. S. Hamlin of Boston Fills the
Washington.—Organization of the
"new national banking and currency
system entered its last stages when
President Wilson nominated the five
men who, serving with the secretary
of the treasury and the comptroller of
the currency ex-offlclo, will constitute
the federal reserve board.
Charles S. Hamlin of Boston was
nominated for the two-year term; Paul
Warburg of New York, for four years;
Thomas D. Jones of Chicago, for six
years; W. P. G. Harding of Birming-
ham, Ala., for eight years, and A. C.
Miller of San Francisco, for ten years.
Thus eventually all appointments to
the board will be for ten-year terms,
the term of one member expiring every
two years. President Wilson will se-
lect one of the men named to be gov-
ernor of the board. It is generally ex-
pected that Mr. Jones or Mr. Hamlin
will be chosen for the place.
CARRANZA'S DELIGATES BARRED
From Mediation Conference Unless He
He Agrees to Armistice.
Niagara Falls, Ont.—The three
South American mediators formally
advised General Carranza by tele
graph that they would not admit con
stitutionalists to the conferences here
unless an armistice were declared and
internal as well as international
phases of the Mexican problem ac-
cepted as the scope of mediation.
This action followed the receipt of
a note from Rafael Zubaran, special
representative of Carranza In Wash
lngton, announcing the appointment
of Ferando Iglesias Caldron, Louis
Cabrera and Jone Vanconcelos as con-
stitutional delegates to the mediation
conference at which, according to the
view of the constitutionalist chief, "It
Is Bought to settle the Internationa1
conflict which has arisen between the
United States and the Mexican repub-
The mediators told Carranza they
feared he "had not duly considered'
their communication, requesting ar
arimstlce and that his representative?
should discuss the entire Mexican
BAN OFF SOUTHWESTERN WHEAT
BUT ONE ANSWER
to the great health prob-
lem—you must keep the
digestive system strong
and active. Weakness
there, soon disturbs the
entire system. A daily
use of the famous
will overcome any weak-
ness in the Stomach,
Liver and Bowels and
help you maintain
health. Start at once.
CUPID HAD HIT HIM HARD
Every last one of them leave. The
hurting it gone almoit the initant Hunt'i
Lightning Oil it u,ed. The aching
W>P« so quickly it it really lurprieing.
Hunt's Lightning Oil it especially com-
p o uncled to
gia and Head
aches it is
boon to hu-
6prains it acts
as a healing
parts and pre-
better for chil
blains. Rubbed on chest, relieves sore
lungs, often preventing pneumonia. Ex-
cellent for acute sore throat. Sold in
25c. and 50c bottles by all reputable
druggists everywhere. Manufactured by
A. B. Richards Medicine Co., Sherman, Texas
Would Not Be Recognized.
"Oh, dear me!" wailed a tenement
mother, happening upon a sympathetic
neighbor. "I'm in such trouble! My
little Willie's got himself lost."
"Well, don't worry," consoled the
neighbor. "He'll soon be found. Ev-
erybody about the place knows him."
"But not today, I'm fearing. "You
see, he's just been washed."
FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD NAMED
By One Who, From Her Past Ex-
perience, is Capable of Giving
Bud, Ky.—"I want to urge all weak
women," Bays Mrs. Lizzie R. Barker,
of this place, "to give Cardul, the
woman's tonic, a (air trial, tor I be-
lieve It wyi do for them what It has
done for me. <
I was a sufferer for 13 years, with
such pains I could scarcely walk or
stand on my feet. I had headache,
dizziness and fainting spells.
After many treatments failed to
help me, my hueband persuaded me to
give Cardiil, the woman's tonic, a
trial, and I did bo. Now I feel like a
new woman. I am well of all these
troubles, and can do all my house-
work, with pleasure.
When I commenced taking Cardul,
I was not able to sit up. Now I am
enjoying good health aud do all of my
I shall keep Cardul In my home ail
the time. There is not any medicine
that equals It for women."
We, also, urge you to try Cardul,
the woman's tonic, for your troubles.
It has helped so many thousands of
women in the past half century that
we feel sure it will help you. too.
Prepared from perfectly harmless,
vegetable ingredients, Cardul Is the
remedy for you to use. It can do you
nothing but good.
"What kind of a coat would you
wear to a fishing party?"
"I should suggest a swallow-tale.''
Surely Day of Romancc Is Not Ended
When Lovesick Swain Can Feel
"Come, come, old man; don't let it
knock you out. There are plenty of
other girls in the world. In six months
from now you will have forgotten
"Yes, I suppose it Is as you say;
but tt Isn't six months from now.
Everything I Bee reminds me of her.
When I look at other women 1 can't
help thinking how much more beauti-
ful she Is than any ot them. When
the wind blown I am reminded that it
Is probably adding to the color of her
cheeks. Whenever I pass a corner
where she and I have Btood together
I have a strange empty feeling as
if something were gone out of my
"When I look up at the sky, I can-
not keep from remembering that it
is above her. If I could forget her
for only a day, for only an hour, I
think I might learn to hope again;
but I can't get her out of my mind.
It seems to me that the whole world
Is changed since she told me that 1
was never to see her aagin. 1 can't
understand how anybody manages to
keep on being happy. I would give
almost anything to forget her."—Chi-
WILLING TO GIVE AWAY PAPA
Youthful Logician Met Appeal to His
Generosity With a Crushing
A mother was urging her little son
to be generous, specifically In the case
of a small comrade not well endowed
with worldly goods.
"I wish you'd give your little wagon
to Melville," she suggested. "He has
so few toys and you have so many."
"I don't want to, mama. I like
my little wagon. Why doesn't his
papa buy toys for him?"
"He has no papa, dear. That Is
the reason why I want you to be so
particularly nice to him. It would be
no virtue in you to give him what
you don't want anyway. We should
always be careful to share what we
really prize. Now. as I say, Melville
has no papa and—"
"Well, why don't you give him pa-
pa, then?" was the youthful logician's
,l - 1 ■ "
and be refreshed! vv! $
Sip by sip here's pure
fort—a satisfied thirst
a contented palate.
Demand the genuine by full nam
Nicknames encourage substitution.
THE COCA-COLA COMPANY
you see an
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for
infants and children, and see that it
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria i
A Rare, hare Man.
William H. Hamby, short story
writer and novelist, is a great lover
of folks and makes friends with all
sorts and conditions of men. One day
while on an outing in the OzarkB he
got a hill billy who was something
of a character to accompany him on a
fishing excursion In order to study the
type. The two men spent the day in
the woods together and returned to
camp old friends and then Mr. Hamby
learned that he was not the only one
on the expedition who had been study-
ing his companion. As they shook
hands in parting the hill billy Bald:
"I taken a Ukln' to yuh, but yuh
shore be the queerest man I ever see.
I've noticed you all day, an' yuh ain't
took a drink, yuh ain't took a smoke
and yuh ain't cussed onct!"—Kansas
Everything In a Name.
Qadsby—What will you name your
Writer—The Plugtown Harp of a
Thousand Strings with Steam Calliope
Interlude and Journalistic Short Stop.
Gadsby—Heavens, what a name!
Why do you have such a complicated
Writer—To avoid damages in libel
suits. The attorneys will all blunder
In the Indictments and they'll be
Many a man who imagines himself
capable of ruling a nation can't even
keep his own children out of mischief.
"Bill," the poet gasped, staggering
Into his friend's room.
"Why, what'B wrong?" the friend in-
quired, startled as he grasped hold of
the tottering man.
"Wrong!" the poet muttered. "Ye
Gods! I wrote a poem about my lit-
tle boy. I began the firBt verse with
"My son! My pigmy counterpart."
The poet drew a long breath as he
took a newspaper from his pocket.
"Read!" he blazed suddenly. "See I
what the criminal compositor did to
my opening line."
The friend read aloud:
"My son! my pig, my counterpart!" I
Don't be misled- Ask for Red Cross
Bail Blue. Makes beautiful white clothes.
At all good grocers. Adv.
Seeing is believing—and In case of
the modern skirt it is something
Hit Training Counted.
Old Squire Grampus—Bill Blgsnort's
a-makln' a gosh rattlln" good record
down thar tew congress. Blll'll make
'em set up and take notice. He's had
durn good tralnln'.
Farmer Stringem—Yeou bet. He's
done nothln' but set around Pettus'
store with yeou an' other similar
prominent legislators fer th' last twent-
The Domestic Mark.
"A man should be master In his own
house, Mr. IJolan," said Mr. Rafferty.
"He should. But instead of being
master every now and then he finds
himself forced Into the position of
A good bluff makes more noise than
"John, why are you not eating your
breakfast? What are you looking so
queerly at those biscuits for?"
"I was wondering, Maria, if It would
not be a patriotic thing to offer them
to the government for Its stock of am-
Merchants' Exchange 'Removes Part(
alty from Hard Grain of West.
St. Louis.—St. Louis has opened its
doors to hard wheat when the new
ruleB/of the Merchants' exchange, lift-
ing the ban from this class of grain
became effective. Heretofore It had
been under 3 cents a bushel penalty
when delivered as contract wheat. St.
Louis no longer Is solely a soft wheat
RIIAKK INTO YOl'lt SHOES
Allen's Fool-Muse, tho Antiseptic powder for Tired,
Tender, swollen, nervous feet, aires rest and
cogafort. Makes dancing a delight. Bold evory where,
26c. Don't accept any $uh Htutt. For KliKH sam-
ple, address Allen 8. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. T. Adr.
Its Natural Place.
"What is the key to the Panama
"1 guess it's in the locks."
Makes t lie laundreaa happy—that's Red
Crows Ball Rlue. Makes beautiful, clear
white clothpH. All good grocers. Adv.
"To court this empty-headed heir-
ess is a hard proposition."
"Then why not try soft nothings?"
Dried Beef, sliced wafer thin, Hickory
a choice flavor that you will remember.
Vienna Sausage — just right for Red Y
We suggest you try them served like this:
slices, spread with creamed butter and remove
Vienna Sausage in half, lengthwise* and lay
on the bread. Place on the top of the sausage
a few ihin slices of Libby's Midget Pickles.
Cover with the other slice of bread and
press lightly together. Arrange on plate and
serve garnished with a few parsley
Libby, McNeill & Libby^/^
/> ■ Pomade
"The ALL DAY BEAUTY POWDER"
Ideal when motoring—pro-
tects and beautifies the com-
plexion—does not blow off—
pure and harmless.
At all dealers or by mail 50c. «
Zona Co., Wichita, Kansas.
is constantly growing in favor because it
Does Not Stick to the Iron
and it will not injure the finest fabric. For
laundry purposes it has no equal. 16 or.
package 10c. 1-3 more starch for same money.
DEFIANCE STARCH CO.. Omaha, Nebraska
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Your druggist will refund money if PAZO
OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itching,
Bli&d* Bleeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days.
The first spplication gives Ease and Rest. SOc.
There are nearly forty thousand
electric vehicles In this country.
Curst Old Sores, Other Remedies Won't Curs.
The worst cases, no matter of how long standing,
are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.
Porter'e Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieves
Pain and Heala at the earns time. 25c, 50c, $1.00.
Of the 477 women doctors In Eng-
land, the greater majority are mar-
OKLAHOMA CITY TENT A AWNIHG CO.
314 WEST rlRST STREET
WRITE ron DELIVERED PRICE
W. N. U., Oklahoma City, No. 25-1914.
Immigration figures show that the |
population of Canada increased dur-
ing 19 i 3, by the addition of 400,000 j
new settlers from the United States
and Europe. Most of these have jjont 1
on farms in provinces of Manitoba,
Saskatchewan and Alberta.
Lord William Percy, an English Nobleman. i
"The possibilities and opportunities offered |
by tha Canadian West are so infinitely j
greater than those which exist in England, i
that it ssems absurd to think that pe
should be impeded from coming to
country where they cain most easily an
certainly improve their position.
New districts are being opened up, i
which will make accessable a great ^
number of homesteads in districts^
especially adapted to miied farm-,
ing and grain raising.
For illustrated literature and-
reduced railway rates, apply tol
Sue*, of ImmigraUon, Ottawa, |
Canada, or to
G. a. COOK
125 W. 9th Street
Kansas City, Mo«
Death Lurks In A Weak Heart
It Yours la fluttering or woak, us e RSNOVINE.' Made by Van Vleet-Manatleld Drug Co., Memphis, Terin. Price Si.OO
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