Beaver County Republican. (Gray, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 1, Ed. 1 Friday, January 21, 1916 Page: 2 of 4
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REAVER POINTY REPUBLICAN. CRAY. OKLAHOMA.,
GIRtS! GIRLS! TRY IT,
BEAUTIFY YOUR HAIR
Make It Thick, Glossy, Wavy, Luxur-
iant and Remove Dandruff—Real
Surprise for You.
Your hair becomes light, wavy, fluf*
fjr. abundant and spi>ears aa soft, lus-
trous and beautiful as a young girl's
after a Danderlue hair cleanse.'' Just
try this—moisten a cloth with a little
Dsnderine snd carefully draw it
DOTS «<o DASHES
WIRE NEWS OF
Decidedly Encouraging From Ev-
Speaking of conditions generslly In '
Canada, the most encouraging feature j
of the year, from a trade aud financial ,
standpoint, has been the ixiuntiful .
, harvest of the Northwest. where a I
through your hair, taking one small greal|y tncrea*«*l area under cultiva I
atrand at a time This will cleanse I t|un h„ 6lveu ,he hlKhexi average |
the hair of dust, dirt and excessive oil
and in Just a few moments you have
doubled the beauty of your hair.
Resides beautifying the hair at once,
Dsnderine dissolves every particle of
dandruff; cleanses, purifies and Invig-
orates the nealp. forever stopping itch-
ing aud falling hair.
Rut what will please you moat will
be sfter a few weeks' use when you
will actually sec new hair—fine and
downy at first—yes—but really new
bair— growing all over the scalp. If
you care for pretty, soft nalr and iota
of It. suiely get a 25 cent bottle of
Knowlton s Dsnderine from any store
and Just try It. Ade.
"What would your mother say If sh
yield in the hist or) of ibe country I*
1 estimated that the grain crop of
Manitoba. Saskatchewan and Alberta
has a market value to the producers of
approximately four hundred million
dollars, in the use of which we ma
anticipate not only the liquidation of
much indebtedness, but the stimula
tlon of current trade.
The annual reports of the varlou?
banks throughout Canada are now be
ing published They savor of opti
ml hoi all the way through, and, ion
trary tc what might be generally ex
pected in war times, business is good
every w here.
Tbe General Manager of the liank of
Montreal at the recent annual meet
ing said "The poaition of Canada is
a highly favored one. with an assured
"Vow.^y'mln'golng lovell In ad j development and
▼ance what a woman's going to say?'
Fighting is going on all around I'et-
t:uje. Never before in the long his-
tory of the little V.ootetiefciIn kingdom
has it been compelled to bow to a
foreign conqueror, but there seems lit-
tle hope that it can long withstand
the overwhelming strength of General
Koevess in men and guns.
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A French detachment has been
landed <>n tbe Greek island of Crofu
for provisional occupation, according
to an Athens dispatch to Reuter 6
Telegram Company. Fourteen ships
of unknown nationality are cruising
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Montenegro is being treated to a
s-team roller .ittLck similar to that
which crumpled up its neighbor, Ser-
via. The Austriau onslaught, which
has been a lone t'me in preparation,
now is being prosecuted with great
violence, menacing some importsnt
jositions close to the Adriatic coast
The great Montenegrin stronghold.
Mount Lovcen. has fallen, according
to an Austrian official communicaticn
The attack there has been largely as-
sisted by Austrian warships and the
guns of tbe Cattaro forts.
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The Merlin report of the British re-
STOP EATING MLAT IF
KIDNEYS OR BACK HURT
Take a Glass of Salts to Clean Kid-
neya If 8ladder Bothers You—
Meat Forms Uric Acid.
Eating meat regularly eventually
produces kidney trouble in some form
or other, says a well known authority,
because the uric acid in meat excites
the kidneys. they become overworked;
get sluggish; clog up and cauae all
aorta of distress, particularly backache
In the same report it is said that the , treat in Mesaiotamia appears to be at
Canadian West "has recovered to a variance with the British announce-
marked extent from the economic dis I ment that ihc Turks are falling back
location of a year ago." i after heavy fighting. Mr. Chamber
The season's wheat and other cereal J Iain's statement to the horse of com-
crops have exceeded aii previous rec mona dries not disclose the ;)Oint at
ords in quantity and quality, and. de which the engagement refened to oc
spite the enormous yield, prices have j curred. It is possible that this action
been uncommonly well maintained. j took place somewhere south of Kut
It would be difficult to exaggerate i E'. Amaia between the Turks and the
the Importance of these results to the main body of the British.
Prairie Provinces - and tbe Dominion + + +
at large. ' Thestiuggies for possession of Czar
Tbe prosperity of those engaged In torysk and ( zernowitx are continuing
mixed farming and ranching is most j with unabated ferocity over the Ku-
enrouraging. [ aian Christinas holidays. The efforts
•nd misery In the kidney region; rkeu- , j^e flour mills In Manitoba. Sas of the Germans to outflank the Kus
ati.< MA mm aba tk <\ <1 AM A a! /i > . ■ , _ _ _ I _ I . ....... . . t I I n t • n • > ain ■ lia fvAM I <Or AflCt I 11
natlc twinges, severe headaches, acid
stomach, constipation, torpid ltver.
sleeplessness, bladder and unlnary Ir-
The moment your back hurts or kid-
neys aren't acting right, or If bladder
bothers you, get about four ounces of
Jad Salts from iny good pharmacy;
lake a tahlespoonful In a glass of
water before breakfast for a few days
snd your kidneys will then set fine.
This fumous salts is made from the
acid of grapes snd lemon Juice, com-
bined with llthls, snd has been used <
for generations to flurh clogged kid-
neys and stimulate them to normal
activity: also to neutrsl'ze the acids In
tbe urine so it no longer Irritates, thus
snding b'addcr disorders.
lad Salts cannot injure anyone;
Basket a delightful effervescent llthta-
water drink which millions of men and
women take now and then to keep the
kidneys and urinary organa clean, thus i October, and a decrease
avoiding serious kidney disease.—Adv. ' cent In September
, katchewsn and Alberts are busy and
are doing well. Their combined daily
capacity is about 27.000 barrels
The large advances of the Dominion
Government to farmers In certain dis-
tricts. principally in the form of seed
were made very opportunely and have
1> mmi amply Justified by the very large
crop yield In those districts.
Business In many Important llnea is
! good and should continue to Improve
' as returns from grain yet to be mar
keted are received.
The general business outlook has
been transformed by the large crop
The returns of the gross earnings of
Canadian railroads for November show
those of the Canadian Pacific in
creased $1,796,000 or 78 per cent for
the last nine days of the month. Com
pared with same month year ago. In
crease no less than $5,291,tTOO or 67.6
per cent against a 45 per cent gain in
of 4 >4 per
A love match generally lasta about
as long as a fellow can hold It without
burning hta fingeia.
SOAP IS STRONGLY ALKALINE
snd constant use will burn out ths
scalp ( leanse the scalp by shampoo-
ing with "La Creole'' Hair Dressing,
snd darken, in the natural way. tboss
ugly, grizzly hairs. Price. $1.00.—Adv.
H. V Meredith, of the Bank of Mont
1 real. In a recent address delivered at
Montreal declared that the most en
coursglng feature from a trade and
tinanco standpoint had been the boun-
1 tiful harvest of the Northwest, where
the greatly increased area under eultl-
I vation bad given the highest average
In hletory of the country. He cstl
; mated the grain crop of the three
| provinces at a value of over $400,000,-
000. snd said that such remarkable re
1he Quinine That Docs^ot Affcct Heed
Bat*"1" ft ■ « 'd laiaiiva I AXA-
1IVE UROtU Ut'tNINr. it belief IbaD o. liuarj
lutuu >.>) cum i«kiu It sa>oa«. tsc.
One woman can be very fond c* an
other—If they are a hundred lal'ea
With <!>v is smile day
Cro « Hall Blue, Aim . ican ma
tbe U- l little. Adv.
f you u*. Reti
A man never knowa Vhat a woman
thinka of him—nor does she
The regular army lu Hewall la to be
increased from . ):> to 22.000 in the i «uUa would have the effect if attract-
nest two year* in* t,ie I'd*-0* Immigration to our
' shores. when the world Is again at
peace. The restoration of a favorable
balance in our foreign trade la a fac-
tor of supreme importance at the pres-
It is the general opinion in the Kast
that the !!>15 grain crop in the Prai-
rie Provinces not only put the whole
Dominion in a sounder trade ami finan-
cial standing but that it will also re
suit in a big increase in immigration
to the West of agricultural settlera.
who will include capitalized farmers
' from Europe and th« Cnltcd States aa
well aa bom- .-.leaders - Advertisement.
The success of a nurse girl depends
on her attention to little things.
TRY THIS EASY WAY
TO CLEAR YOUR SKIN
WITH RESINOL SOAP
Bathe your face for several minutes
with Resinol Soap and warm woter. j
working the creamy lather into the
j skin gently with the finger tips. Then
wash off with more Resinol Soap and
warm water, flntahlng with a dash of
| clear cold water to close the pores. |
I Do this ones or twice a dsy. and you j
will be sstonlshed how quickly the j
' hesling. antiseptic Resinol medlcstion
I soothes snd cleanses the pores, re
moves pimples snd blackheads, and I
I leaves the complexion clear, fresh
i and velvety. In severe cases a little j
Resinol Ointment should also he
used. Resinol Soap is sold by all
If love were contagious girls would
j work overtime to cstch it.
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle o
JA8TOR1A. a safe and sure remedy foi
infants snd children, snd see thst it
In Use For Over 3C Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Caitori*
Tbis Really Means,
PERFECT DIGESTION AND
ASSIMILATION 0E FOOD
RICH. RED DL00D
when weakness is manifested in
the Stomach, Liver or Bowels, i
J. H. TURNER
wholesale dealer in
ALFALFA AND PRAIRIE
HAY. BALE TIES
541 W OOUC.LAb WICHI A
Bvery time some people bury
hatchet they dig up a hammer.
sians at Bayan on the frontier east of
t'zernowltx and thus relieve the pres-
t-ure on the latter place has been
checkmated by the Hussians. accord
ing to reports from the front.
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It is officially announced in London
that the complete evacuation of tbe
Gailipoli | enlmsula ha* been success-
fully carried out The remaining por-
tions held by the allies there have
been abandoued with the wounding of
only one man among the British and
i'rench, according to a British official
statement This news has been ex-
pected for several days by the keener
observers of the near eastern cam-
paign. as the retirement of the troops
from Anzac and Suvla bay three weeks
ago left no strategic advantage to the
retention of the tip of the peninsula.
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Congress was swept lijr a wave of
!■>passioned Indignation-recently over
the killing of nineteen American citi-
zens by Mexican bandits uear Chihua-
hua Heinands for action canie from
minority members and while the ad-
ministration leaders counselled pa-
tience. even Senator Stone, chairman
of the senate foreign relations com
mlttee. admitted that If Carranza. af-
ter a fair trial, failed to protect for-
eigners in Mexico, Intervention was
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"Development aud growth never par-
alleled in the financial history ut any
country," Is the way John Skeltou Wil-
liams. comptroller of the currency, de-
scribes in his annual report to Con-
gress the operation of the national
banks under his iharge. during the
period from October, 1914, to Novem-
ber. 191.*>. the first year under the fed-
eral reserve system.
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Chairman Hay of the House military
committee is said to have told the
President at a conference that the ion- ]
tine'ntal army plan is doomed Mr. j
Hay said that his committee favora
instead an ificrease of the regular j
army, with the cieaticn of a real re
serve, aud expansion of the National
(Suard as a second line of defense. |
leaving further forces that may be (
needed to be recruited under the old !
+ + +
Delegates to the second Pan Ameri-
can Scientific Congress, which ended i
a two weeks' session at washington re- J
eently, were guests of Secretary Lan-
sing at a banquet featured bv ad-
dre es re-emphe dzing the grow ing
tendency toward closer relations
among the American republic*.
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The riE';t of the I'nited Stales gov-
ernment to revoke a permit was up-
held in a decision by Judge R. K. Lew
Is of the federal district court at Den-
ver, ordering the Colorado Power
Company to pay a monthly rental of
S100 for government land in Cartield
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The Ute uprising in Southeastern
t'tsh last firing was caused b> a "bad-
ty bungled" scheme of white* to drive
the Indians off public domain and con-
fiscate their graxing land, according
to a report of the Indian Rights Asso-
+ + +
A dozen persons at least are report-
ed to have been killed in an explosion
at the Boscher plant of the impont
Powder Company at Carney's Point.
N J The report further said that the
esplosion was caused by outside influ
trnui Two arrests have been made.
A campaign to rslse five million doW
Isrs before July 1. to establish the
chsreh pension fund of the Episrops.
Church waa launched recentat a
meetint; in the library of J. P. Morgan,
of sixteen men. prominent in the fi-
+ ♦ ♦
Mathew A Schmidt, convicted of
murder two weeks ago in connection
with the dynamiting of the Los An-
geles Times building five years ago.
has been sentenced to life imprison-
+ + +
The auccesaor to Justice Lamar or
the supreme bench will not be ex
Preaident Taft. That baa become cer I
tain From a source close to thi ■
President it as given out |oeitivel J
+ + *
Four Auatrians were killed in a j
snowslide near Telluride. Col. making j
eight such deaths in Colorado within
the last week Frank Rattochi. caught
at the edge of the slide, dug himself
out and struggled to Opbir. where be
gave tbe alarm.
+ + +
The Progressive party will hold its
national convention June 7 in Chicago,
concurrently with the national con-
vention of the Republican party, in the
hope that both may agiee on the same
candidate for President.
+ + +
Three explosions within a space ol
sixteen hours recently spread terroi
throughout the plants of the Du Pont
Powder Company at Wilmington. Del.,
ind seven hundred fear stricken wor..
men quit work.
+ + +
Rioting broke out within an hour
after 1.5',0 men went on strike at the
plant of the Aluminum Company of
America at Niagara Falls More than
one hundred shots wercllred aud po-
lice reserves were rushed to tlie scene
+ + +
President Wilson has recommended
to Congress that as an act of courtesy
to Cuba it authorize the appointment
of two Cubans who have asked admis-
sion to tbe naval and military acad-
•1- + *
All employes of the American Smelt-
ing and Refining Company have been
ordered to leave Mexico in a telegram
from the company's office at El Paso.
The message was received at Eagle
Pass and relayed over Mexicail gov-
! eminent lines via Piedras Negras to
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Murray Crossdtt. reported killed by '
, Villa bandits near Chihuahua, is safe |
in Chicago, according to a message re-
ceived by Mra. Crossett at San An-
tonio. Business In Chicago prevented
him from joining his employes near i
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Seventeen persons, all believed to j
have been Americans, were y^led by i
i Mexican bandits after being taken |
I from a Mexico Northwestern train I
j fifty miles west of Chihuahua aud |
! stripped of their clothing, according
I to a message received at El Paso, Tex. |
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Public subscriptions of nearly $1,000
have been given to pay off a $i.P,00
j mortgage upon the home of Sam Neal,
a policeman murdered by a burglar
recently in Muskogee. Okla.
+ + +
Orders were Issued at Fort Brown,
near Brownsville. Tex., for half of two |
companies of infantry and half of two
cavalry troops to remain "within call"
during the night because of persistent I
rumors of contemplated raids.
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%cw tc avoid
These Three Women Tell How They
Escaped the Dreadful Ordeal of
Hospitals are great and necessary institutions, but they
should be the last resort for women who suffer with ills
peculiar to their sex. Many letters on file in the Pinkham
Laboratory at Lynn, Mass., prove that a great number of
women after they have been recommended to submit to an
operation have been made well by Lydia E. Pinkham s
Vegetable Compound. Here are three such letters. All
sick women should read them.
Marinette, Wis.-" I went to the doctor and
he told me I must have an operation for a female
trouble, and I hated to have it done as I had been
married only a short time. I would have terrible
pains and my hands and feet were cold all the
time. I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
pound and was cured, and I feel better in every
wav. I trive you permission to publish my name
because I am so thankful that I feel well again.
because « — — - -
—Mrs. Fred Behnke, Marinette, Wis.
Detroit, Mich.—M When I first took Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I was so run down
with female troubles that I could not do anything, and our doctor
said I would have to undergo an operation. I could hardly walk
without help so when I read about the Vegetable Compound ai^d what
it had done for others I thought I would try it I got a bottle or
Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and a package of Ly<ua *-
Pinkham's Sanative Wash and used them according to directions.
Thev helped me and today I am able to do all my work and I am we U.
—Mrs. Thos. Dwter, 989 Milwaukee Ave., East, Detroit, Mich
Bellevue, Pa.—" I suffered more than tongue can tell with terrible
bearing down pains and inflammation. I tried several doctors and
they all told me the same story; that I never could get well without
an operation and I just dreaded the thought of that I also tried a
roodmany other medicines that were recommended to me and none
of them helped me until a friend adv^ed roe to give E. Rnk-
ham's Vegetable Compound a trial The first bottle helped, I kept
r more and I
tunity to recommend it to any other suffering woman."—Miss Irene
Fkoelicher, 1923 Manhattan St., North Side, Bellevue, Pa
If you would like special advice write to Lydia E. Pinkham
Med. Co. (confidential ,Lynn, Mass. Your letter will be opened,
ro d answered by a woman and held in strict confidence.
HONESTY IB A BUSINESS ASSET,
Tk« way to wwd U to kiep faith with jomr customer, make htm * frtend. Oor tnemlw
don't do boaiuew with u«. lo prepute to fir* you hon«*t work In emy d*partm*ut In
TROWER, CHASE & McCOUN "STS*
LIVE STOCK EXCHANGE, KANSAS CITY. MO.
Imports of France during the ilrst
half of 1915 were $710,000,000, a de-
crease of $181,800,000 from a year ago.
We all admire a man who keep*
things to himself, until we want to
ON LIVER; BOWELS
No sick headache, biliousness,
bad taste or constipation
Red Cross Ball Blue, made in Anienct*
therefore the bent, delights the housewife.
All good grocers. Adv.
Over 83,000 Australians have been
trained for active service Bince the
Get a 10-cent box.
Are you keeping your bowels, liver,
and stomach clean, pure and fresh
with Cascarets, or merely forcing a
Amid scenes of upioarluus entlius- j passageway every few days with
iasin. the British House of Commons j Salts. Cathartic Pills, Castor Oil or
recently defeated a motion to reject | Purgative Waters?
i Stop having a bowel wash-day. Let
| Cascarcts thoroughly cleanse and reg-
ulate the stomach, remove the sour :
and fermenting food and foul gases,
I take the excess bile from the liver
and carry out of the system all the
Saw Your Stock
the military service bill by a vote of
-t.il to :'M. Immediately afterward the
house acceded to the premier's re-
quest by passing the second reading
of the bill without division.
+ + t
1 nconflrmed advices from Swiss constipated waste matter and poisons For Gall*, Wire
sources reported that the German in the bowels. Cut , Lameness,
Balsam of Myrrh
crown prince has beeu recalled to Ber-
lin. pro ably to assume the regency,
on account of the kaiser's illness.
+ + +
A dispatch from Bergen says that
185 bags of parcel post were seized
at Kirkwall on board the Norweglau
steamer Lyngenfjord, which *aile*
from New York. December 24, for
+ + +
The German government is invest!
gating the case of Edward Higgins,
i'nited States consvl at Stuttgart, al-
leged to have made statements hoe-
tile to Germany, the Berlin papers an
+ + +
A Gorman lieutenant doffed his hel-
met to the Ford peace party and
wished the peace project success. That
took place at the last stop made on
German soil by the delegates. Five
weeks after its departure from New
York the expedition has reached The
Hague The members of the party
plan to begin immediately the work
of spreading the peace propaganda.
+ + +
Wheat and many other commodities,
mostly grain . foodstuffs and metals,
will bo admitted to Spain hereafter
duty free, but will l>e subject to an
embargo tax If exported A royal de
cree dated January 1. making these
revisions, has been transmitted to the
+ + +
A dispatch from Salonlkl says that
a flotilla of Finch ueroplanes has
dropped bombs on Sofia, causing con
siderable damage and an iudescrlba-
A Cascaret to-night will make you < e. . *> .
feel great by morninp They work 5?"^ *
while you sleep—never gripe, sicken *'Sor*.®
or cause any inconvenience, and cost Nail Wounds, Foot Rot,
only 10 cents a box from your store. Fistula, Bleeding, Etc^ Etc.
Millions of men and women take a
Cascaret now and then and never
have Headache, Biliousness. Coated
Tongue. Indigestion, Sour Stomach or
Made Since 1846.
Price 25c, 50« and $1.00
Indulgent mothers are those who
permit their children to annoy others.
THIS IS THE AGE OF YOUTH.
You will look too years younger if you
darken your ugly, grizzly, gray hairs by
using "La Creole ' Hair Dressing.—Adv
When a man Is in his cups he should
bewnre of fsmlly Jars.
A lollet preparation of merit.
HHin lo cr% itrat* dandruff.
Far Rtatorina Color and
Be®.it, to Gray nr Faded Hair.
MVV anvl tiMU ai 1'rmiiu.
W. N. V., WICHITA, NO. 3-1916.
Most Eminent Medical Authorities Endorse It
A New Remedy lor Kidney, Bladder and all Uric Acid Troubles
Dr. Eberle and Dr. Braithwaite as
well as Dr. Simon—all distinguished
Authors—agree tl*it whatever may be
the disease, the urins seldom falls in
furnishing us with a clue to the princi-
ples upon which it is to be treated,
and accurate knowledge concerning
the nature of disease can thus be ob-
tained. If bacVnche. scalding urine or
frequent urination bother or distress
you. or if uric acid In the blood has
caused rheumatism, gout or sciatica
or you suspect kidney or bladder
trot'ble Just write Dr. Pierce at the
Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y.: send
a sample of urine and describe symp-
toms. You will receive free medical
advice after Dr. Pierce's chemist has
examined the urine—this will be care-
bis panic arnoii. the inhabitants of fully done without charge, and you
ibe Bulgarian capital. will be under no obligation. Dr. Pierce
during many years of experimentation
has discovered a new remedy which
is thirty-seven times more powerful
than lithia In removing uric acid from
the system. If you are suffering from
backache or the pains of rheumatism,
go to your best druggist and ask for
a 50 cent box of "Aneric" put up by
Doctor Pierce, or send 10c for a large
trial pek'g. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre-
scription for weak women and Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
for the blood have been favorably
known for tbe past forty years and
more. They are standard remedies
to-day—as well as Doctor Pierce's
Pleasant Pellets for the liver and
bowels. You can have a sample of any
one of these remedies by writing Dr.
Pierce, and sending 10c (or trial pack-
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