The Haileyville Herald. (Haileyville, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 6, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 13, 1920 Page: 3 of 12
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THE HAILEYVILLE HERALD
MOTHER! DIDN'T KNOW
'TWAS SO GOOD
'^California Syrup of Figs"
Child's Best Laxative.
Accept "California" Syrup of Figs
only—look for the name California on
the package, then you are sure your
child Is having the best anil most harm-
less physic for the little stomach, liver
and bowels. Children love Its fruity
taste. Full directions on each bottle.
You must say "California."—Adv.
Time may be money In some cases,
but many a man with nothing but
time has managed to starve to death.
Texas Lady Storekeeper, Who
Carries Black-Draught in Stock,
Has Found It "Best Liver
Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications as they cannot reach
the diseased portion of the ear. There Is
only one way to cure Catarrhal Deafness,
and that Is by a constitutional remedy.
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE acts
through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces
Of the System. Catarrhal Deafness is
eeused by an inflamed condition of the
mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube.
When this tuba is inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, ana
when it is entirely closed, Deafness is the
result. Unless the inflammation can be re-
duced and this tube restored to its nor-
mal condition, hearing may be destroyed
forever. Many cases of Deafness are
caused by Catarrh, which Is an inflamed
condition of the Mucous Surfaces.
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for any
case of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot
be cured by HALL'S CATARRH
All Druggists 75c. Circulars free.
F J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
No, Harry, a man doesn't necessar- Love Is not always the least liarmfi
My have paint In his eyes when he Is of the various intoxicants that inak.
color blind. the world go mind.
Barker, Tex.—Relating her experi-
ence with Thedford's Black-Draught
Mrs. A. L. Fromme, of this place,
says: "I had for some time used . . .
and other liver medicines, which
would nauseate and make me feel bad.
We have a store, and our customers
called for Black-Draught so often that
I decided It must be good, so thought
I would try It myself.
"I began Its use and found It Just
fitted my case. It neither griped no
nauseated me, was an easy laxatlvi
and not hard to take.
"I had had headaches a great dea!
no doubt from torpid liver. The
Black-Draught would cure them. The
best way I And to take Black-Draught
Is to take one or two good sized doses
until the liver begins to act, then taper
the doses to Just a pinch after meals.
"It will Insure good digestion, do
away with the gas or bad taste In the
mouth, and Is without doubt the best
liver medicine In the market. I have
found It so. I can recommend It to
my friends, for I believe It will do
Get a package of Thedford's Blacfc
Draught liver medicine today.
Most dealers carry It In stock
"The Arabs follow the custom of
their prophet Mohammed, who never
"I suppose that Is one reason wh-
they are always so ready to bear
Killed Bill T
Every man, woman and child in the
world has "Liver Trouble" some times.
Many of them Die from it and never
realize it. No use in this. And folks
are learning better. Thousands have
found out that Dr. Thacker's Liver
and Blood Syrup will relieve "Liver
Troubles". Will keep the Bowels open
and the Blood rich and red. You ought
to try this old doctor's prescription—
before "Liver Trouble" gets in its dead-
ly work on you—like it did on "Bill."
Get it from your drug store.
Some Sort of
We went you u see the Dixie Razor ■nd try It thoroughly.
.. _ After trill if you went to
keep It tend u* and we will send you ■ fine $1.10 razor bone free. If you don't
went It return co us. Fill out blank below and mail to u*. The razor will be sent
you by return mail.
DIXIE MANUFACTURING CO., UNION CITY, GEORGIA
M men Dixie IUior onconsljmnient for 10 DAYS FREB TRI AL. If MtlifartorT I will jjend too
M factory price of 11.96. If for uny reimon ldo not want it 1 ^|' 1 tVipHlwon!? I'RIfi? fin
i. If I keep razor and pay for it promptly you are to send in. a h LNL 11.00 RAZOH UONL 1 ltb.£ (Hi
If you want to Keep It
BLUEBEARD SHOWS THE BODY
LEADS OFFICERS TO WHERE
HE BURIED ONE OF WIVES
And Confesses That She Was the Fifth
Whose Murder He AccOm-
Los Angeles.—"Bluebeard" Harvey,
arch murderer of five of two dozeu
"wives," pleaded guilty here in super-
ior court to an indictment charging
him with the murder of Nina Lee De-
loney, whose body he reevaled in its
IJevil's Canyon grave.
The indictment is one for murder
in the first degree, warranting a sen-
tence of death, Superior Judge Willis,
before whom he pleaded will impose
"Bluebeard" stood alone, support-
ing himself on the rail of the jury
box as the indictment was read to
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odorless; gives a durable — ebony-black Bhine
Try a 10c box of E-Z Oil Shoe Polish. AH
colors and white. It saves the leather and
prevents cracking. Don't risk cheap polish.
To open box just lift the latch.
El Centro, Cal.—"There is the
"Bluebeard" Harvey, self-confessed
murderer of five wives, without a
tremor in his voice and with a hand
as steady as if he were indicating
a spot where a log might He, pointed
out the grave of Nina Lee DeLoney,
one of his victims here in the pres-
ence of officers.
"You will find her there just as I
said," he told the party that had come
in search of the body. He was very
pale, yet steady.
B\it when the body was uncovered,
"I told the truth," he said when car-
ried back to his ambulance, weak as
much from wounds he had inflicted
on himself a short time ago as from
the emotion spent at the sight again
of the remains of Nina Lee DeLoney.
"I did it to help right my wrongs. I
have told everything that I can just
"Bluebeard" had. confessed that he
struck the woman a vicious blow with
a hammer on the head.
Huddled up in a shallow grave the
diggers found the body. The flesh
was still on the bones but it was dry
and seared. The hair was plainly dis-
tinguishable. There were no clothes
anywhere near the grave.
Hundreds of people, curious and
eager for sensation, followed the party
of searchers as they neared the spot
where Harvey said he had buried his
wife three months ago.
INFANTICIDE SAYS SAVANT, WRONG
Professors Resign Chairs Over Dis-
sention With Rev. Noonan.
Milwaukee.—Rev. Herbert C. Noon-
an, president of Marquette university,
branded as direct murder the killing
of an infant to save its mother's life,
or the killing of the mother to save
the child's life.
He reasserted his position on the
question brought up by the resigna-
tion of five teachers of the medical
school who disagreed with the uni-
. "Destruction of the life of either
mother or child to save one of their
lives is to violate the commandment
'Thou Shalt Not Kill" he declared.
Father Noonan declared that the dis-
puted question was religious one,
saying it was based on ethical stand-
The five physicians who resigned
are: Doctors Louis Warfield, Charles
H. Stoddard, A. J. Patek, C. H. Davis,
and J. D. Madison.
Several of them announced that
their resignation were due to a dif-
ference of opinion on "the university's
theory that the life of the infant must
be saved before that of the mother."
Entirely Free from
Catarrh of the Stomach
"Peron* hu positively Acme for
me what man j lorion (all*4 («
So. I have been time end again
compelled to take to my bad for
days. The first bottle of Perana
Mr. M. VanBnTen, Engineer, G.
R. * I. Ky.t 17 Highland St.. Grand
Eave relief and while I always
eep it In the house for •emerg-
encies, I con alder aayaelf entirely
free trom catarrh of the atomaeh,
the trouble from which I euf-
fered for *o long before taking
Liquid or Tablet Poms
Aak Your Dealer
"I am sorry to hear you have left
your husband. Couldn't you get on
"Oh, yes, but the dog couldn't"
CHARGE OF SUGAR PROFITEERING
General Probe of High Prices is Being
Made, Federal Men Say.
Tulsa.—What is said by local fed-
eral officers to be the beginning of
vigorous prosecutions of all class of
merchants believed guilty of profiteer-
ing in the necessities of life began
when an information signed by W. N.
Ellis, deputy United States marshal,
was filed against W. A. Fleming of
the Fleming Grocery company, charg-
ing the defendant with profiteering In
The charge he allegos was 35 .cents
Cor the pound. Ellis later had the pack-
age weighed on three other scales in
the city and found a shortage of half
an ounce, he says. Upon this basis of
sale price, the grocery is making $6.12
on each 100-pound sack of sugar, and
had the sugar weighed a full pound,
their profit would have been $5.15 a
100-pound sack, Mr. Ellis added.
United States Complasloner C. L.
ifancy, who with Ellis and John A.
Whalen, local agent of the department
it justice are investigating alleged
mlawful sale prices.
During the honeymoon a man smiles
Inwardly If hla wife confesses that
she married him to reform lilm.
She—That girl's heir-
He—Isn't It uwful—
She—To three millions.
He—Nice.—The Yale Itecord.
Many a man has been turned down
while waiting for something to turn
WOMEN! DYE RIGHT!
SAY "DIAMOND DYES"
Don't Spoil or Streak Material in a Poor Dye
Each package of "Diamond Dyes"
contains directions so simple that any
woman can diamond-dye a new, rich,
fadeless color Into worn, shabby gar-
ments, draperies, coverings, whether
wool, silk, linen, cotton or mixed
Buy "Diamond Dyes"--no other
kind—then perfect results are guaran-
teed even If you have never dyed be-
fore. Druggist has color card.
Collie Called All Day for Help.
Through the persistent barking of
a faithful collie dog who was trying
hard to summon the assistance of hu-
man hands, the body of his master,
Ernest A Heman, was found In the
ruins of Ills dwelling that had been
destroyed by fire.
Alleman was a recluse, except for
his dog. living !« the outskirts of New
Bedford, Mass. His bungalow burned
In the early morning, and all day long
the collie watched the charred embers,
pleading frantically most of the time
for searchers. Ernest Pernelet finnlly
came to make a casual call upon his
friend Alleman. He was greatly sur-
prised to find the house In ruins. The
dog told him his troubles, and Perne-
let procured a shovel and unearthed
the man's remnlns.—Our Dumb Ani-
Taking Joy Out of Life.
"The meanest man I know Is a
young fellow who boards with us."
"What Is the matter with him?"
"He Is trying out an Invention to
keep subscribers from listening when
a party line Is being used."
An Awful Calldown.
The Funny Editor—What's wrong
with my column? I thought it had
been pretty good.
The Managing Editor—Good 1 Why,
It's the laughing stock of the whole
When suspicion enters the door love
goes out of the window.
AT WORK ON BIG PROBLEMS
Grandson of Huxley Seeking, Among
Other Things, the Secret of
Tlie secret of perpetual youth and r
newed vigor, the determination of sei
and the curing of certain human dls
eases are some of the problems whlct
It seems are being solved In the lab
oratories at Oxford, England, by Ju-
lian Huxley, grandson of the famous
biologist, Thomas Henry Huxley.
The actual achievements Included
the change of tadpoles Into frogs
within three weeks; the production of
a new sort of creature; the restora-
tion of a flatworm to youth, and the
control of the i.ex of frogs' eggs, pro-
ducing 00 per cent of males at the will
of the experimenter.
Tho Daily Mall, which makes this
news public, comments In an editorl \
on the great possibilities of Julian
Huxley's discovery and says:
"We seem to be nearer some of the
hardest and most enthralling mysteries
This the Exception.
Sho (after the quarrel)—You used
to say that you liked to see me In
He—I hadn't seen you In a rage
"I think Maude Is a woman of very
open disposition." "I notice It Is hard
to make her shut up."
still sells at the same low price as
before the general rise in costs
—and great is the number of
families who now use this
table beverage in place of
Attracted to its use by continued low
cost, they found its agreeable coffee-
like flavor much to their liking.
With no health intent behind their
action they discovered better nerves
followed the change.
All Grocers sell Postum
and your trial is invited
"There's a Reason"
Made by POSTUM CEREAL CO., Ia&*
BATTLB CREEK. MICHIGAN
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Hubbard, John H. The Haileyville Herald. (Haileyville, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 6, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 13, 1920, newspaper, May 13, 1920; Haileyville, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc149074/m1/3/: accessed November 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.