The Stroud Democrat (Stroud, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 21, Ed. 1 Friday, February 21, 1919 Page: 2 of 8
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Ot'.er iLeabers :n urgiog re'er." m
of the fuard aft^r demoti: zat - n,
prai^-j the work at the g-ard diri-
along Coring the war
Much of the dii^/usftion was glren
orer to the nar odju guard. Repre*
M Dt*tiTe McKeoxie %*id that what-
ever tbe future military policy Ki!gb^
^ the national guard ahoald be re-
ta f.fj and h: d*r'.^arat.oo wAa f.gor-
Sufft Beaten Again.
Washington Woman suffrage by
federal con*t tutlonal amendment wan
beaten again in the aenate. The
house resolution for submission of
tt«* ame ndment faj -d of a/j >ption
with 55 votes in favor of it and 2&
against, one less than the nece-^ary
twothird* Thus ended what lead-
ing suffrage champions had said in
advance would be the final test of
Clean Your Clothes
to look like new at largest place in Uii« ■ r. ■ •
city. V/rap in paper, send Parcel-
post; we do the rest promptiy.
* , 420 NORTH
Frederickson Tire Co.
416 N. Broadway, Oklahoma City
Quick «rvic« on Pe-tre<id and Vulcaniz-
ing. All work guarant««d. Lar^e t Ura
ahop in tha Suia. WRITE OR CALL.
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kmetium Liectrk IfsitlM
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Hall Bros. Tire Co.
704 N. Broadway, Okkboma Citj
■ ' Home of Diamond Tires. Factor)
mathodain vulcanizing and retread-
ing. HtUtad* guaranteed 2500 mile*
Seattle Radicala Arretted In Raid.
8"attl —Four men. declared to
hav* been leader* In dlntrlbuting rer-
olutlonary and I. W W. propaganda
durlnK Seattle's general atrike, are
In jail here and warrant!, are out for
se-.en othera, charging criminal an-
archy following three raida in which
thirty three additional men w.^re ar-
resied and are being held for lnventi-
gatlon. County officials, gorernment
operator-, deputy sheriffs, eoaatablea
and a representative of the district
attorney participated in the raids.
Taking the Joy Out of Life.
Albany, N. V—Cider, the drink of
many rural communities, Is declared
undrinkable after It has stood for a
month and hence I* banned, In bill*
drawn by the Anti-Saloon League and
were aponsored In the aenate by Sen-
ator George F. Thompaon and In the
assembly by Assemblyman Walter S.
McNabb. The Thompson - McNabb
measuro. which !• designed to regu-
late traffic In alcoholic liquids, seeks
. powers rirtaajy
U< 'he ir-Atdatory pr.n-
t wj^ing to accept direc-
tioa 'it tie rar.ous German colon.es,
Japaa desires more complete defici-
'..on of the i in on wi ch tie two
groups of J'a 5c ^.:an<is would be
entrusted to h<-r, and a more complete
statement of the kind of international
control and supervision which would
obtain under the aociety of nation:
New Armistice Terms.
The supreme council has decided
on the conditions for the renewal of
the armistice with Germany. The
council decided first to place Ger-
many in a military .tuar.f:i where it
would be impossible for her to recom-
It is pointed out thst the enemy
countr.es are pre-«-rring war mater-
ials, permuting them t , equip very
rapidly an army of at leaa 3,000,00
The council decided secondly,
"to make Germany realize that
we are the conquerors and that
It is not a 'white peace' that we
are seeking to impose on her."
In the event Germany submits with
good gra«e. it is p- --.ble that the en-
tente would facilitate works of peace
for the benefit of Germany.
Examine Poles's Claim.
The council also had to examine
the demand by tha Poles that the
agriculture machinery stolen by th .-
enemy should be restored.
it a.so was
British and a
A' .hangel mo
had been sen'
been seized by
A great part
to Germany, but
sent to Siberia.
The only supp
cans have been
tect aee a numbe
King Ferdinand Slightly Injured by
Berlin—A general Insurrection is
in progress throughout Uumania. ac-
cording to a special dispatch from
Vienna King Ferdinand has been
wounded slightly iri attempting to flee
from Bucharest with the royal family.
Working men blocked the roadway
from the royal palace when the royal
family attempted to flee to Jassy and
Ctirver* Oi-iieu* 821 *• *- !", ""J11* ,the oW, '|U''"Mon • lo wf'at i the king mad his frail)
ir«ricr umyt ,An l intoiir ants ar«- bv rlpflnifAlv Hoflnin. ♦, r, •
Oklilmu Qty. OkU
Intoxicants are by definitely defining
them. Hard cider Is given a place
•NJlart CArrrr LL. h 1/ C . PrMl<l«M AO4 1^..
o*jrun n Hr*i,h ll i> Tr*-Mur r uuiinMi H'jp* alongside demon rum
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mr K'tj'if.f,'* roky *■ afj/ iucUo«
Aildr«*« in Culio «« Writ* t/,<3*y
For Be st Results ShiJp Your Lh/e
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION CO
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Stock Yftrck, Oklahoma Clti
3HIP US YOUR
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Wr ito or cell tot Prlcej
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and I urs liiip^r,® to
CENTRAL HIDE A FOR CO.
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Write or MU1 tor U|l sod (irlM
War Cost Placed at 193 Billions.
Washington The total cost of the
war to all belllgerant* Including the
' central powers was placed at $193.-
' 000,000,000 by Secretary Ilaker In an
address here. This estimate, the
secretary said, was based on figures
I just complied by the war college.
| New inventions In the prochs of de-
| velopment by the associated govern-
I ments and the enemy, Mr. Baker said,
would have made the fifth year of tlie
war twice as destructive In human life
as all the four previous years.
Cottonaeed Rules Continued.
Washington. — Continuation of the
food administration's control over tha
cotton seed products Industry until
>he present crop Is marketed was
agreed upon at the close of a two-
day conference of cotton growers,
glnner", refiners and manufacurers of
lard substitutes with officials of the
Hlatlstl's compiled by the cenaua
bureau, which were submitted to the
conference, showed that the general
condition of the cot'on seed Industry
to return. The king was wounded
when the workers, according to the
report, fired upon the palace.
Rioters in the streets of Bucharest
are openly demanding the overthrow
j of the dynasty, crying: "Down with
| the puppets! Long live the republic •••
I The discipline of the Kumanian
army, the newspaper adds, is collaps-
j mg The food and economic situa-
I tinn Is rapidly growing worse and the
■ country s finances are completely de-
moralized The position of the Bra*
j tiano cabinet is declared to be unten-
Benjamin Ide Wheeler Quits.
Han Francisco —I>r. Benjamin Ide
Wheeler, who for twenty years has
been provident of the University of
California, tendered his resignation to
the board of regents and it was ac
24,000 Soldier* Had White Plague.
Washington - Twepty-four thou-
sand soldiers have been discharged
from the army as tuberculous since
the beginning of the war.
Senate Will Meet Nights.
Washington —In an effort to clear
the cong< lerj legislative calendar and
thus remove the necessity for the
early conw-nlng of the new congress
In r-xtra session, democratic senators
decided to hold night sessions of the
Australia Sells Wheat for $1.37.
Melbourne.—Australia has sold 12,-
050 tons of wheat from the govern-
ment pool to Sweden at $1 37 a bushel
f. o. h Melbourne, bringing the total
amount of wheat sold for export sliu-e
the beginning of the year to 112,000
romania Washington.—Administration lead-
ers in the house won their fight for
a declaration by congress of a policy
of naval expan= on un!e?B limitation
of world armament is agreed upon at
the peace conference
After an all day debate the house
voted 134 to 142 to approve the new
three-year building policy of ten bat-
tleships and ten scout cruisers and
immediately afterwards adopted the
entire naval appropriation bill.
The vote on the adoption of the
bill was 281 to fifty As finally ap-
proved the measure carries a total
of $721,000,000 for the naval establish-
ment during the next fiscal ye<ir. In
eluding $179,000,000 for the unfinished
part of the first three-year program
adopted in 1916.
The house adopted by a vote of
205 to 148 a resolution of the rules
committee making the naval expan-
sion policy legislation in order, thus
overcoming a parlimentary advantage
gained yesterday by Republican Lead-
er Mann, whose points of order
against the program had been sus-
Kitchener's Death Due to Hun Mine.
London—A book written by Ad-
miral Viscount Jellicoe. former com-
mander of the British grand fleet,
gives the cause of the sinking of the
British cruiser Hampshire on which
Ijord Kitchener lose his life Admiral
Jellicoe explains that the Hampshire
struck a German moored mine. The
book contains revelations of British
unpreparedness at the beginning of
the war. The grand flr-et had to run
out of harbor several times because
submarines ere reported Inside.
s as ionishin o*
Not a cure-all, tut a ra- A
frirmal remedy for catarrh and
z.. inflammation and conges-
t. n of the mucous mem-
ntico-js !!n'ngs. In ar.y organ.
It is r.'tt. as s'.r&e imagine.
ar.4 throat, alttougii nasal
&&&a form. afflict zr^ny
jT zes re ache ;
Un: ed catarrh soon breads down the tissue and
destroys - rfia> or part. Evidence of the rav-
f • f catarrh are all aro'jnd us. Without desire
ti' frighten anyone, we say: ''Guard yourself against
catarrn as 7 - * -.1 agai-.st tr.e d.rest Prague.
usnano word® for thf sick from those
a Coo4 MedJrlBe la Ike Family.
I htij i • . ■- ! I-aXJrippe ar.d get r.o
r *.. i. Pars&a eared mm It ■ * - - bu let do. We
cfur. t-e &r.3 1-i : v: i.
kK3. G:.•'TRY GATES.
Eir Bt*r- n, First Avenue,
B^rrtir. gr.ajL, a-i. tana
FFtL« like a drfferext pfr«ox.
Perur.a « c-red rr.y stomach ar.d : f#tel l'ke a
C.Ztz*.'' I'.rhozi I on'.y took twelve bottles cf Pc-
• - • • • . • ' ■ v <- s, orr.e-
lh:ng I have r:: do re fr-r fifteen years
I n rr-f-i Per ur.a to every bod/ s-,!l!eriz.g with
catarrh of the stomach.
2.:> :?:h St..
ssrgls. J. J. zy' \\
fcr all forms of catarrh.
Peruna is indicated for all forms
cf catarrh cr catarrhal Inflammation
and congestion of the mucous lin-
ings in any part or organ, such as
nose, throat, bronchial tubes, lungs,
stomach, bowels, kidneys, bladder. 1
etc. It is fine for coughs, colds and!
effects of the grip and an excellent I
If you want health, insist upon
baring Dr. Hartman'a World Fa-
mous Pemna Tonic.
WRITE FOR THIS BOOK.
All sick and coffering should
write The Peruna Company, I>epL
S-^2, Columbus, Ohio, for Dr. Kart-
man's Health Book. The book is
free and contains perhaps Just the
information you are seeking. It is
sent In & plain wrapper to any ad-
DO IT TODAY.
IN LIQUID OR TABLET FORM.
Aik your dealer for a Peruna
which the Ameri-
led upon the pn>
f stacks of lumber.
oklahoma stands 16th
In Number of Men Furnished For
Washington—A table showing the
number of men furnished to the army
y each Ftate during the war was
made public at the war departmen*
New York led with 367.864. and Ne-
vada stood l>et. with 5.1' ") in the total
of 3,757,624 men obtained by draft,
voluntary enlistment, or through the
national guard. The men actually
furni-hed ran very closely, the table
shows to thp obligation of the states
making the t quotas proportionate to
The figures are compiled up to
November 11 Texas was fifth, with
161,065; Oklahoma sixteenth with SO-
169: and Arkansas twenty-fourth with
navy plans are approved
Tbo?e painfnl attacks of indiges-
tion, heart-burn, belching, disgusting
food-repeating; that pugy bloated,
lumpy feeling after eating, dys-
pepsia and stomach miseries — all
point to just one awful American
disease—commonly known &3 ACID-
Fortunately there has been discov-
ered a wonderful modern remedy—
called EATOMC— that brings irutant
relief from all these stomach miseries
because it absorbs the hurtful excess
acid in the stomach and drives out the
bloat and gas. You won't know you
have a stomach, so free of pain you'll
feel. Bejides, it saves you from more
serious ailments because it is a scien-
tific fact that ACID-STOMACH fre-
quently creates conditions which baffle
the best medical skill. Manv cases of
chronic stomach trouble, biliousness,
severe headache, general weakness,
rheumatism, gout, lumbago, intestinal
nicer, cancer of the stomach, heart
pains and even heart failure eaa b
traced directiy to Acid-Stomach.
Avoid these dangers—don't let acid-
stomach wreck your health. Don't
drag outyour day's feeling all in, down
and out, weak and ailing. Keep the
vital Bpark flashing. Eat the things
you like and digest your food in com-
fort. Then you'll "feel fine—be fit-
mentally alert—have pep and punch
—the power and will to do things.
Take EATON'IC and give your
stomach the help to put it in a fine,
healthy condition so that it w ill digest
your food perfectly and make every
mouthful you eat register 100"c in en-
riching your blood and building up
your bodily strength.
Get a big box of EATOMC TAB-
LETS from yonr druggist today. They
taste good—just like a bit of candv.
The cost is trifling. It is absolutely
guaranteed.^ If it fails to relieve your
stomach misery, your druggist will
refund your money.
FOR YOUR ACID-STOMACH
When a man compliments a woman,
«he always admires his frankness.
Would Change Name of Arkansas!!!
Llttla Rock—Representative John
A HIkkk of Hot Springs, annoum •<!
that he will Introduce In the Arluinsai
legislature a resolution changing the
hpolling of the state s name from Ar
kansas to "Arkansaw
Bank Cashier Held As Thief.
Pittsburg With the arrest of J. F".
Swam, cashier, i harmed with em-
bezzling $250,000 of Its funds, the
''sfk hank, one of the leading finan-
cial Institutions of th< east end, was
Employers Liable for Slayer's Act.
Little Rock, Ark.—That a firm em-
ploying a slayer of the other partici-
pant In a flght Is responsible and must
pay damages to relatives of the de-
ceased was the substance of a ruling
by the Arkansas supreme court. The
case was that of Mrs Minnie Bryenas
against the Chicago Mill and Lumber
Company. The Crittenden county cir-
cuit court had awarded her $S,000 for
the death of her husband, who was
killed during a fight with a foreman
of the lumber company.
Esthonla Cleared of Anarchist Army.
Copenhagen—The entire territory
of the Esthonian republic has been
cleared of the aparchlsts through the
Rsthonlan and Finnish advanc. move ,
Pills and Strong Medicines Wade
This Lady's Troubles Worse.
But Thedford's Black-Draught
Improved Her Appetite and
Took Away Her Bile.
Nancy, Kv.—Mrs. Corn Waddle, n
resident of this place, gives out this
stutement: "I have taken Black-
Draught and found It to be the best
liver medicine I ever used. It has
Just been fine for indigestion, sour
stomach and a bitter tuste in the
I used to get billons and constipated
and had to take something. Pills and
other strong medicines would only tear
my stomach up and leave me in a
worse fix than before taking. I began
to have sick headache.
After learning of Black-Draught I
took It and was cured of sick head-
aches. One or two doses a week, or a
pinch after meals, kept the bowels
open and took away all bile. I have a
good appetite, due to my use of Black-
If your liver Is not acting properly
you may buffer from such symptoms
as headache, biliousness, constipation.
Indigestion, etc., and unless relief Is
obtained serious trouble may rc3ult
In Its 70 years of successful use,
Thedford's Black-Draught has been
found to relieve these ailments and
•tlmulate the liver to do Its work.
At all druggists.—Adv.
"Congratulate me," said Mr. Dub
"I'm out of debt. I've Just paid th>
iast bill I owed."
I "I do congratulate you. How lon|
do you expect to stay out of debt?"
"That depends on the trolley ca
schedules. Mrs. Duhwulte has jus
! telephoned me that she Is headed fu
If You Need a Medicine
You Should Have the Bss
Have you ever stopped to reason wh]
it is that so many products that are ex
tensively advertised, all at once drop nu
of sight anil are soon forgotten? Thi
reason is plain-the article did not fulfil
the promises of the manufacturer. Thit
applies more particularly to a medioina
A medicinal preparation that has ro
curative value almost sells itself, as 1.1c
in endless chain system the remedy ii
recommended by those who have heel
benefited, to those who are in nred of it
A prominent druggist savs "lake fot
example Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, i
preparation I have sold fur mnny yean
and never hesitate to recommend, for n
almost every case it shows excellent re
suits, as many of my customers testify
No other kidney remedy has bo large I
According to sworn statements sn(
verified testimony of thousands who havi
used the preparation, the success of I>r
Kilmer's Swamp-Uoot is due to the fact
so many people claim, that it fulfills al
most every wish in overcoming kidney
liver and bladder ailments; corrects uri
nary troubles and neutralizes the urii
acid which causes rheumatism.
You may receive a sample bottle ol
Swamp-Root by Parcels Post. Addresi
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y,
and enclose ten cents; also mention thii
paper. Large and medium size bottlei
for sale st all drug stores.—Adv.
"Speech Is a mighty engine of ac-
"I must admit It Is often a hot-all
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