Beaver County Republican. (Gray, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 34, Ed. 1 Friday, September 8, 1916 Page: 3 of 4
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BEAVER COUNTY REPUBLICAN. GRAY. OKLAHOMA.
HOW MRS. BEAN
MET THE CRISIS
Carried Safely Through Chang*
of Life by Lydia L Pinkham'i
Nashville,Tann.—"When I was going
through the Change of Life I had a tu-
nmor es large as ■
I child's head. The
doctor said it was
three years coming
and gave me medi-
cine for it until I
was caUed away
.from the city for
some time. Of
course I could not
go to him then, so
[my sister in law told
________ is that she thought
Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com-
pound would cure it. It helped both
the Change of Life and the tumor and
when I got home I did not need tfie doctor.
I took the Pinkham remedies until the
tumor was gone, the doctor said, and I
have not felt it since. I tell every one
bow I was cured. If this letter will
help others you are welcome to use it'
—Mrs. E. H. Bean, 625 Joseph Avenue,
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
pound, a pure remedy containing the
extractive properties of good old fash-
ioned roots and herbs, meets the needs
of woman's system at this critical period
of her life. Try it
I f there is an y symptom in your
case which puzzles you, write to
the I.ydla K. IMnkiiam Medicine
Co., Lynn, Mass.
LOT OF THE UMPIRE NOT EASY THIS YEAR MEYBiS MkKco A HIT
Indian Catcher Doing Real Come-
Back With Brooklyn.
Not Only Has Chief Improved In Bat
ting, but Work Behind Bat Has
Been Revelation—Timely Hits
have Helped Win Games.
Spiting His Face.
Senator Penrose was discussing a
turbulent element in the Republican
"These men," he said, "were anl
mated by the same spirit that posses-
"Pat, a road mender, was observed
by a mate to be holding his heavy
sledge motionless high above his head,
ready to be brought down the minute
the boss looked at him.
"What the dickens are ye doln',
Pat?' Ids mute asked.
"Pst!" said Put. in a low. reproach-
ful voice. Can't ye let n chap rest a
minute when the boss's back la
COVETED BY ALL
but possessed by few—a beautiful
bead of hair. If yours is streaked with
gray, or Is harsh and stiff, you can ra-
atore it to lt« former beauty and lui-
ter by using 'La Creole" Hair Dress-
ing. Price |1.00.—Adv.
"Hns your college produced any dis-
"Has it? Suy don't you ever rend
the papers? Didn't you hear of Lefty
Jones, the famous southpaw; or Kun-
garoo Kllen, the best shortstop In
either league; or Biff Borroughs, the
fence buster? And I,could name a
dozen more who have made good in
the game. Have we ever produced any
distinguished men? Why. Spauldlng's
Baseball Guide is full of them."
PRESIDENT OF AMERICAN LEAGUE AND TWO UMPIRES,
"The heat wave and the hot race ] the trenches in Europe-guess they'd
• v.. to make things lively be willing to take a chance behind the
Possibilities of Slang.
Slung and Its possibilities were viv-
idly expressed In the conversation of
two youths in a Back Bay home one
night recently, says the Boston Trav-
eler. The boys got Into a discussion
and when all legitimate arguments had
been exhausted, the following repurtee
"Snow uguln, I didn't cutch the
"Keep on spouting, kid, you're a
"Tie yer shoe, your tongue's hangln'
"Hang crepe on yer enr, you mutt,
yer brain is dead."
"Aw sand your tracks, yer sllppln'!"
"Sneeze, little one, your bean Is
have combined to make things lively
In the American league—the lot of an
arbitrator in that circuit isn't a soft
one tliis year. We fail to notice any
flowery beds of ease."—Bill Deneen,
The pitching in the American league
Is good In spots, tills veteran snys, und
the hurlers are beginning to warm to
their tasks. He has been through the
mill and knows whereof he speaks.
Dlneen helped win a world's flag for
Boston In 1903.
In a fanning bee Dlneen and Con-
nolly admitted they expected lots of
trouble from scrappy ball players, but
both were glad they had a man with an
Iron will back of their decisions.
"Say, I'd rather be in Mexico than
be out here umpiring a gume of base-
ball In the American league this year,"
said a fan.
"There are worse posts than that of
an arbitrator," replied Connolly. "One
doesn't have to look far to see them,
"Yes, and there are the fellows in
TINKER IS BASEBALL "SLAVE" j
Manager of Chicago Cuba Has Made
$105,500 in Fourteen Years—
Much of It Invested.
Every now and then some ball play-
er who has been paid a large salary
for playing six months out of the year
and Is sold to another club because
some magnate will not Increase the
already unreasonable stipend, springs
that old gag nbout slavery In baseball.
Which calls to mind some such case
aa that of Joe Tinker, who has made
Opposition Is sometimes a virtue.
That Knife-Like Pain
llave you u lame buck, aching day
and night ? Do you feel sharp pains
after stooping? Are the kidneys
sore? Is their action irregular? Do
you have headuches, backaches,
rheumatic palus,—feel tired, nerv-
ous, all worn-out7 Use Doan's Kid-
ney Pills—the medicine recom-
mended by so many people in this
locality. Read the experience that
An Oklahoma Case
W. H. C. Hrown, ^(|
612 E. Vila* Ave., KjlW Wjit
Guthrie, Okla., says: W ✓Ov
"I had kidney dl- /A"'
Bea*« for seven or
eight yen r* My
bach vai lame and
achy and the kidney
secretions paseed far
too often, especially
at niaht. I wan
treated by doctors
and used one medi-
cine after another.
but *ave up hope or
ever belnf cured.
Finally I heard of
Poan's Kidney Pills
and thev rid me of all the Buffering.
Kive tliem the credit for saving tny
Cat Doan's at Aay Stare, 80c a Bo*
FOSTER-M1LBURN CO, BUFFALO. N. Y.
•nahle the dyspeptic to est whatever ti a
wishes. 1 hev cause the food to asslmUats and
nourish the body, five appetite, and
Dr. Tutt Manufacturing Co« New York.
~W. N. U., WICHITA, NO. 36--191#.
Manager Joe Tinker.
1106.500 In 14 years of major-league
playing and has more than $80,000 of
It invested in property at the present
Showing that being a "slave" in
baseball Is often far better than being
a professional or business tuau.
plate," chimed in Dlneen.
Then the subject turned to the ques-
tion of brass bands playing In buseball
parks of the American league.
"I want you umpires to stop bands
from tooting while the teams are play-
ing," said President Johnson. "Let
them blow uwny all they want to be-
tween Innings, but the lid Is on music
after the game is resumed. Fans come
out to see high-class baseball and don't
want to be disturbed by a medley of
discords. They cun go to the amuse-
ment parks and hear good music for a
There Is one form of music President
Johnson and the umpires of his circuit
will not attempt to stop, and that is
whistling on the part of ball players.
Hay Schalk Is probably the ablest war-
bler in the Major leagues and whistles
constantly in the heat of a spirited bat-
It is one of Schalk's methods of gin-
gering up and encouraging the pitcher
with whom he Is working.
Rumor has it that Ty Cobb Is go-
ing into the movies.
* * •
The Athletic club has signed Catch-
er Stanley F. Karl of Shainokln, Pa.
* • e
Herbert Hunter, the Giants' young
third baseman, Is ready to jump into
• • e
Bert Daniels, once a Yankee, and
now with the Louisvilles, Is laid up
with a broken leg.
* * *
The Boston Red Sox have turned
Pitcher Dick McCabe over to Hartford
of the Eastern league.
• • •
Jack Coombs pitches an average of
one fast ball to each batsman, or about
35 in an ordinary game.
• a a
, Hughle Jennings has turned reform-
er. He now Insists on putting an end
to" loud and profane-mouthed fans,
e a •
Rube Schauer, the Giants' extra
pitcher, has been released to the
Louisville club of the American as-
e e e
George Slsler of the Browns Is an
Idol in St. Louis, where the critics say
that he Is a greater ball player than
a e e
The Sioux City club has traded In-
fielder Callahan to the Vernon Club
of the Pacific Coast league for Don
Ruder and $2,000.
Chief Meyers has come Into his own
Discarded by Joliu McGraw aa
through." looked uj>on by l'olo
Grounds fans as a once great catcher
who had slipped back Immeasurably,
the chief has accomplished a wonder-
ful comeback and is an idol la Brook-
It Is an admitted fact that a player,
grown stale, will often stage a start-
ling change in form when he dons the
uniform of another team, and this Is
exactly what has huppened In the case
of John Tortes Meyers, the college-
The chief has had a rather pic-
turesque career. A graduate of Dart-
mouth, he took a three-year post-grad-
uate course In baseball In the minor
leagues and came to the Giants from
St. Paul in 1908, costing the club $ !.-
(Kid. Al Martin In the spring of l'.Htli
he Jumped into the limelight ns a
long-distance hitter and was received
by the New York fans with open
anus. Personality, a quality In which
so many players are lacking, stuck out
all over the chief, and for six years
lie was one of the most popular pluy*
ers who ever wore a Giant uniform.
It was last year that Meyers gave
the first Indication flint he wus slip-
ping, and there were few regrets on
the part of the fans when the Indian
was sent to Brooklyn and Bill Rarlden
wus signed to take his place. In 110
games last year he hit the ball for an
average of exactly .232, and It ap-
peared that he was about ripe for the
Then came the transformation, not
only In his batting, but in his catch-
!M TATION 11 ^.NCEREST FLATTERY
but like counterfeit money the imita-
tion has not the worth of tho original.
Insist on "La Creole" Hair Dressing-
It s the original. Darkens your hair In
the natural way. but contains no dye.
"Who la thut chap riding on the
hearse with the driver?"
" -That's smiley, the professional hu-
morist. He's on his vacation."
Co-operation founded on hate and
greed will not succeed.
To Fortify the System Again',*
Many user* of Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tooic make it a practice to take this old
standard remedy regularly to fortify the
system against the depressing enect of
summer heat, as those who are siroog
withstand the heat of summer better tnia
those who are weak. Price y)c.
"Mercy sakes!" exclaimed the caller.
"What dreadful language that parrot
uses! How can you ever stand It?"
"Oh. 1 bought him to reform him,'*
replied the lady of the house.
What is Castoria
CASTORIA is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drop#
and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium,
Morphine nor other Narootio substance Its age is its gnarantee^ It
destroys Worms and allay. Feveru^ness. It cures
Colic. It relieve. Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It
assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and
^ ThlSl YT!u Havo'^lw^^Rn^ht^/an^ which ha!s^>eenln usefor ov„
All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as gooa are u
trifle with and endanger the health of Infanta and
Children—Experience against Experiment.
tteauiue Castoria always bears the signature
"It's a lucky ihlng 1 came out here
today!" exclaimed the delirious base-
ball fan. "If it hadn't been for me,
we'd have lost that game sure."
"Why. the man who won this game
Is the chup who Just now slid to sec-
••Yes. But didn't you hear me yell-
ing at the top of my voice telling blin
what to do?"
SOAP IS STRONQLV ALKALINE
and constant use will burn out the
scalp. Cleanse the scalp by shampoo-
ing with "La Creole" Hair Dressing,
and darken, in the naturalway, those
ugly, grizzly hair*. Price. $1.00.—Adv.
The postman handed him the lettei
One glance at the envelope sent him
nearly Inlo hysterica.
"Heavens!" he cried, "the lirst chal-
lenge I ever got."
"Duel" waa In big letters on the out-
side of the envelope.
"But I can't tight and—"
So he hurried to the station bouse,
explained that he knew of no enemy
who should demand hi* blood and
asked for protection.
Three blue-coated arms of the law
The detective force hurried out. By
that time the desk sergeant had re-
He said it meant, "Due one cent."
C \\7 AMP not recommended
J) W A. JV1 X - for everything but if
D /■WIT' you have kidney, liver
IVW\J 1 or l,ladder trouble it
may be found Just the remedy you need.
At druggist* In ttfty cent and dollar olaes.
You may receive a Rumple alie bottle of
hia reliable medicine by Parcel Poat,
also pamphlet telling about It.
Address Dr. Kilmer & Co., Blnahamtoa.
N Y , and enclose ten ceuta, also men-
tion thla paper.
The First Step.
Ed Bowes, the theatrical manager,
used to live In San Francisco, und out
there he knew a certain contractor
who did a good deal of work for tha
One morning—ao Bowes says—a
stranger who professed to understand
street repairing In all its brunches ap-
plied to the contractor for a Job aa
foreman. The boss undertook to teat
"Well, now," he auld. "stipposln*
you was called upon to clean out a
sewer down In Chinatown that wai
clogged at both ends. What Would you
The new man thought a moment.
"I'd bless myself," he Mid aliuply.—
The Suuduy Magazine.
Manager Lee Fohl aaya that the
Bed Sox are hitting ao poorly their
great pitching staff cannot win the
pennant for them.
CONNIE MACK PRAISES COBB
Leader of Athletics Resents Intimation
That Tiger Outfielder la a
A couple of the Athletic players were
talking the other day and one of them
aald: "Cobb got two lucky hlta here."
"Not exactly," suld Connie Muck.
"Cobb mukes hia luck. If he hits the
ball and It rolls to un lntlelder, Cobb
goes to first base like a deer. He hur-
ries the lntlelder and If he boots the
ball, makes a wide throw, or the first
baaeman dropa the aphere. Cobb geta a
hit, for he will be so close to the bag
that everyone will Bay. *Cobb had It
beaten.' Cobb fighta for everything
he geta, you have to hand It to him,
I don't know where there la one like
The St. Louis Cardinals have offered
to purchase or take In trade the grent
Ping Bodle, now with Hurry Wolver-
ton's San Francisco Coast leaguers,
e • •
Lee Fohl. as u cure for wlldncss,
recommends glasses for Laudermllk.
Yet many's tho pitcher who has suf-
fered because of too many glasses.
* * •
Larry Lajole la the only member of
the tall-end Athletics who looks like
a major league ball player, accord-
ing to some of the crltica in St.
• * *
Clark Griffith, manager of the Wash-
ington Senators, is chuckling to him-
self every time he Hilnks of how he
was stopped from getting Joe Oedeon
last fall. The Yanks' second baseman
has proved a flMle as u hitter.
ing. Meyers loomed up In grent form
>ehlnd the bat when the Robins open-
the present season, und he has
maintained u steady pace ever since.
The result Is that he ranks second on-
ly to Uncle Robbie In the affection of
the fans across the bridge. He looks
like u different man today, and his
timely hits have broken up more than
one game for the league leaders. Just
now he is suffering from a had cold,
hut It hasn't affected his playing to
any notlceuble extent.
WHY CANNOT HURLERS BUNT?
Miller Huflflina Unable to Understand
Reason for Twirlera' Failure to
Miller Hugglns, manager of the St.
^.ouis Nationals, is In the market for
>1 course of Instruction or some in-
ducement that will make his pitchers
£ood hunters. Huggius, who formerly
led the lengue as u sacrifice hitter,
cannot understand why the average
|iltcher pushes the bull hard enough
to make un easy out or pops up a dinky
fly v lien trying to udvance a uian.
When It was suggested that he offer
bonus, he stalled. "I've tried It," he
(aid. "I've even called them out to
ipeclal practice, but the pitchers won t
let the knack."
Hugglns believes this Is due In great
measure to the obsession fostered from
tie suud lots up through the minors to
the big league thut the pitcher is not
supposed to hit. if
CLEANSE THE PORES
Of Vour Shin and Make It Freah and
Clear by Using Cutieura. Trial Frss.
When suffering from plmplea. black
heads, redness or roughness, smear
the akin with Cutlcura Ointment.
Then wash off with Cutlcura Soap and
hot water. Theae auper-creamy emol-
llents do much for the Bkln because
they prevent pore clogging.
Free sample each by mall with Hook.
Addreas postcard, Cutlcura, Dept. L,
Boston. Sold everywhere.—Adv.
"The American girl means business."
The speaker was Miss Alberta Hill,
the courageous nnd i>opuliir New York
suffragette. She weut on:
"She's quite right, too. I know an
American girl whose two weeks at the
shore a pale young man In 11 blazer
tried to monopolize.
"•What is the meaning of platonlc
affection?' he asked her, one evening on
the board walk.
" 'It's usual meaning,' she answered,
Ms that the chnp who talks about it
Is either too p«s>r or too stingy to get
married.' "—Cincinnati Enquirer.
GOOD HOUSEKEEPERS WONDER j
How they ever got along without lied
Croas Hall Blue. This really wonder-
ful blue makea clothes whiter than
snow, (let the genuine Red Cross Ball
Blue at your grocers.—Adv.
"The clam chowder Is very fine to-
day, sir," suggested the waiter.
"I had some of that yesterday." said
the guest, "and I didn't think much of
"You'll find It better today, sir,
They've put another clum In."
We haven't much use for misers, but
it Is far better to freeze on to your
money than burn It.
Give some people half a chance and
they'll swipe the other half.
THIS 18 THE AOE OF YOUT«H.
You will look ten years younger if yam
darken your ugly, grtaily, gray hair* by
using La Creols' Hair Dressing.—Adv.
Boston's Culture Vindicated.
The much-acclaimed culture of Bos-
ton won for Itself new laurels when
no less a person thun Dr. W. T. Sedg-
wick discarded a time-honored expres-
sion that has been in use for years
In his lecture to a class of publl«
health students he said to his highly
"Public health work should be In
the hands of an especially trained
class of men—nnd should not be left
to every Thomas, Richard and Henry 1"
Kxlt the familiar old "Tom, Dick
and Harry' 'of our childhood.
There Are Others.
"It is very strange thut no one has
ever been able to find Captain Kldd's
"Oh. well. Captain Kldd isn't ths
only man, who has put his money Into
real estate and couldn't get It out."
It Is said that IT.lNW acres of nspap-
ngus are grown In California.
Ask for and Get
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purchasing * Sewing M«hlne. Laa/n the fact*
THE NFW HOME SEWING MACHINECO .ORANGt,MASS.
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handle a complete line of paper balers,
WICHITA WASTE PAPER CO.
MS-7 S. Sasts Fe Are. Wichita. Kss*.
and leaa. Highest pnc«a
BASEBALL GAME IS MENACED
President Hill of Western Association
Issues Warning Against Betting
President 11111 of the Western nsso«
efeitiou linn sounded a warning against
letting on baseball, especially on the
guile* of the association He doea not
bMWve the national game ever will
become corrupted by gamblers a* was
nclng. Ho deciares the sport Is being
oenaced styiouslj aud urges every-
ov who loves It to ssajst In checking
tl.e evil before It gtw«w much further
WANTED 30,000 MEN
For Harvest Work Western Canada
Immense crops; wages $3.00 per day and board. Cheap
railway rates from boundary poii Employment bureaus
at Winnipeg, Regina, North Portal, Saskatoon, Fort Frances,
Kingsgate, B. C., Coutts and Calgary, Alberta.
No Conscription —
Absolutely No Military Interferonom
For all particulars apply to
O. A. COOK, 2012 Main Street, Kansas Clly. Ms.
Csnadiaa Gevsmneot Aaaat V
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