Beaver County Republican. (Gray, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, December 1, 1916 Page: 3 of 4
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When you feel yourself taking cold.
Peruna Tablets are likely to check
overcome the attack.
When your appetite is fitful, your food
, , . do®* not taste good, Perun* Tablet* will invigorate
ife- ..T you ,rt weak after illiieaa. Perunj Tablets are
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THE 8HOE THAT HOLDS IT8 SHAPE"
$3.00 $3.50 $4.00 S4.50 & $5.00
Save Money by Wearing W. L. Douglas
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The Best Known Shoes in the World.
\Y7 L. Douglas name and the retail price is stamped on the bot-
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the wearer protected against high prices for inferior shoes. The
retail prices are the same everywhere. They cost no more in San
Francisco than they do in New York. They are always worth the
price paid for them. ,
"TI* quality of W. L Douglas product is guaranteed by more
* than 40 yean experience in making fine shoes. The smart
styles are the leaders in the Fashion Centres of America.
They are made in a wdUauipped factory at Brockton, Mass,
by the highest paid, skilled shoemakers, under the direction and
supervmon of experienced men, all working with an honest
determination to make the best shoe* for the price that money
Ask yonr shoe dealer for W. I- Douglas shoo*. If he ran-
not supply yon with the kind you want, take no other
make. Write for Interesting booklet explaining how to
r«t thoeaof the blgliefti ntumiard of quality for the price.
by return mall, pottage free.
^ LOOK FOR W. L Douglas
name and the retail price
•tamped on the bottom.
Bett in the World
Or Dlatt>mVx>r In stallions, brood mares, colts and all others Is
mcst destructive. The germ causing the disease must be re-
moved from the body of the animal. To prevent the trouble
the same mint he done.
Will do both—cure the sick and prevent those "exposed" from
hsvlng the disease. Consumers may order direct from the manu-
facturers Send remittance with your order, 60 cents and fl.00 a
bottle; IS.00 and 110.00 the doz>n delivered.
SI'OHN MEDICAL CO, Mfrs., Goshen, Ind., ti. S. A.
Reason for His Fame.
Of the late Sir Joseph Beechnut the
obituary notices say that he rose from
a farmer's boy to heroine n knight
and a Imronet and the third richest
man in England by manufacturing
illls. But that is only half the ex-
emplary story, aud the smaller half.
He rose to wealth and honors by ad-
vertising the pills.—Providence Jour-
Robbery by the Strong.
Bees are proverbially busy, but some
In a Pennsylvania town brok* (lie rec-
ord when a honeycomb of nine feet
in length wus discovered in a large
hollow plue. The perils and uncertain-
ties of abnormal industry were also Il-
lustrated in the fact that the giant re-
sult of this insectivorous labor was im-
mediately confiscated by superior
DO *0U GET UP WITH ft LAME BACK?
Have You Rheumatism, Kidney, Liver or
Pain or dull ache in the back ia often
evidence of kidney trouble. It is Nature's
timely warning to show you that the track
•f health ia not clear.
If thexe danger signals are unheeded
more serious result* may be expected;
kidney trouble in ita worst form may ateal
Thousanda of people have testified that
the mild and immediate effect of Kwamp-
Root, the gTeat kidney, liver and bladder
remedy, ia soon realized—that it stands
the highest for its remarkable curative
effect in the most diatressing cases. If
you need s medicine, you ahould have the
lame back ia only one of many symp-
toms of kidney trouble. Other symp-
toms showing that you may need Swamp-
Root are. being subject to embarrassing
and frequent bladder troubles day and
SPECIAL NOTE You may obtain a sample size bottle of Swamp-Root by enclosing
ten cents to Dr. Kilmer A Co., Binghamton. N. Y. This gives you the opportunity
to prove the remarkable merit of this medicine. They will also send you a book of
valuable information, containing many of the thousands of grateful letters received
from men and women who say they found Swamp-Root to be just the remedy needed
in kidney, liver and bladder troubles. The value and success of Swamp-Root are o
well known that our readers are advised to send for a sample size bottle Address Dr.
Kilmer 4 Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When writing be sure and mention this paper.
night, irritation, sediment, ete.
Lack of control, smarting, urie acid,
dizziness, indigestion, sleeplessness, nerv-
ousness, sometimes the heart acts badly,
rheumatism, bloating, lack of ambition,
may be loss of flesh, sallow complexion.
Prevalency of Kidney Diaeaae.
Most people do not realize the alarm-
ing increase and remarkable prevalency
of kidney disease. While kidney dis-
orders sre among the most commoa
diseases that prevail, they arc sometimes
the last recognized by patients, who
very often content themselves with doctor-
ing the effects, while the originaldiseatt
may constantly undermine the system.
Regular fifty-cent and one-dollar aizs
bottles at all drug stores.
Don't make any mistake, but remember
the name, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root, and
the address, Binghamton, N. Y., which
you will find on every bottle.
Bit of a Hint.
Slowboy—I read u singular thing to-
day. A scientist says there's phosphor-
us enough in a man's body to make
Miss Willing—Maybe; but there's
not enough sum! in some men to make
one strike.—Boston Evening Tran-
IMITATION IS SINCEREST FLATTERY
but like counterfeit money the Imita-
tion has not the worth of the original.
Insist on "I^a Creole" Hair Dressing—
It's the original. Darkens your hair In
tho natural way, but contains no dye.
It Is a question as to whether the
kaugaroo can cover a given distance in
quicker time than an ostrich.
An Americun egg-preserving plant
has been established In China and Is
handling 300.000 eggs dally.
"I saw that pretty girl siulle at yon
in a puzzled way. as If she thought she
might have met you somewhere."
"Yes. We were almost engaged at
the seashore lust summer."
"The smile you saw was the fag end
of a June flirtation."
RED CROSS SERVICE.
Red Cross Ball Blue gives to every
housewife unequaled service. ,A large
5 cent package gives more real, gen-
uine merit than any other blue. Red
Cross Ball Blue makes clothes whiter
than snow You will be delighted.
At all good grocers—Adv.
Turkeys derived their name from the
fact that they were Imported first luto
Europe through Turkey.
Three hundred species of turtles and
tortoises are known.
Drinking of Water WHAT NE,GHBORS SAY
(BY V. M. PIERCE, M. D.)
The general conclusions of the latest
Medical Scientists proves that drink-
ing plenty of pure water both between
meals and with one's meals Is bene-
ficial to health. It has now been prov-
en by means of the X-rays and actual
tests upon many healthy young men
that the drinking of large amounts of
water with meals Is often beneficial.
Therefore If you want to keep healthy
drink plenty of pnre water (not Ice
water), both with your meals and be-
tween meals. If you ever suffer from
backache, lumbago, rheumatism, or any
of the symptoms of kidney trouble—
such ns deep colored urine, sediment
In urine, getting out of bed at night fre-
quently and other troublesome effects,
take a little Anurlc before meals.
These Anurlc Tahleta can be obtained
at almost any drug store,
Fleetwood, Okla.—"I think Anurlc Is
very good; It helped me. I was suf-
fering with a severe kidney trouble.
I tried n physician's medicine, but It
didn't do me a bit of good. I saw an
advertisement recommending Dr.
Pierce's Anurlc Tnblets for kidney
trouble, so I sent and got a package
and they surely helped me wonderfully.
I am awfully glad I tried them and nro
going to tell my friends nbout them.
I always praise Dr. Pierce's medi-
cines."—MRS. ESTHER SMITH. Fleet-
" Yoakum. Texas.—"After using dif-
ferent kinds of medicines for kidney
and bladder troubles without results,
will say that I have given I r. Pierce's
Anurlc Tablets a fair trial and was
greatly benefited, and do hereby
cheerfully recommend Anurlc to all per
sons suffering from kidney or bludder
troubles."—HENRY R'JTH, It. 4. B01
GEN. JAMISON DEAD.—LAST SUR-
VIVOR OF WALKER'S EXPEDI-
TION TO CENTRAL AMERICA.
NEWS OF THE NEW STATE
Little Incidents and Accidents That Go
To Make Up a Week's History
of a Great Common-
Guthrie.—Gen. J. C. Jamison. 88
years old, last survivor of the Walker
expedition Into Nicaragua and Hon-
duras. died here after an illness of
nearly a year. The widow and daugh-
ter, Mrs. Galen Crow of Guthrie, are
the sole surviving relatives in Okla-
homa. The body will be sent to
Clarksville, Mo., his former home, for
General Jamison, while In his eigh-
teenth year, went overland to Califor-
nia In search of gold and there met
Gen. William Walker and in May, 1856,
he ahipped with the Walker expedi-
tion for Nicaragua.
Lauding at Realijo June 15 the ex-
pedition gathered force and Walker
was finally proclaimed president of the
new republic. The expedition proved
a failure and a second was landed in
Honduras and after the battle at the
city of Rivas, Walker was forced to
surrender. Jamison had been made
a captain of Company D, First Light
Infantry, Army of the Republic of
He was wounded at the Rivas bat-
tle but escaped by enduring hardships.
He returned to the states and later
received a specially engraved silver
"Rivas' medal which he always prized
very highly. General Jamison in 1910
published his "With Walker in Nica-
He cast his lot with the south in the
civil war, after which he became an
editor and published the Clarksville
Sentinel, which 1\> sold to Champ
Clark in 1889.
SOONER STAFF IS ANNOUNCLD
Work Begun on 1917 Year Book At
Norman The complete staff for
"The Sooner." University of Oklahoma
year book, has been announced by
Hearn Smith of Norman, editor. As-
sociate editors whose appointment has
been announced include Marie Whln-
ery of Tonkawa: Virginia Allen, Dun
can, Fred Ward. Erick, Richard Clem-
ents, Foss, and Gladys McBee, Shaw-
Department staff members are as
follows: College of arts and sciences,
James Ball. Tulsa; college of engi-
neering. Tom Sorey, Oklahoma City;
school of law. Orpheus Varner, Po-
teau. Oklahoma City division, school
of medicine. Carl Guild. Topeka, Kan ;
Norman division, school of medicine,
Joseph Phelps. El Reno: school of
pharmacy. Otto Rose, Atoka: school of
flu.' arts, Malt Van llyke, Tonkawa:
fraternities. Willie W. Storm. El Meno;
sororities, Clover Garton, Norman;
athletics, Irvin Nunn, Shawnee; col-
lege sophomores, Joseph Looney,
Konawa; juniors. Ann Anderson, Ard-
more; seniors, Hazel Davison, Michi-
gan Valley, Kan., humor. Grady Lewis
Norman and William Eagleton, Jr.,
Norman; index, Donald Klnnalrd.
Bristow; calendar, Jessie Holloway,
Marlow; organizations, Earl Grimes,
Hobart; debating, Robert Pruett, Nor-
man; crayon. Harvey Shelton. HIs-
mark, and Paul DeGolyer, Norman.
REP. TOM HUNTER IS ACQUITTED
But His Opponent in August Primary
Draws a Conviction.
Chickasha.—Tom. W. Hunter, retir-
ing member of the Oklahoma house of
representatives from Choctaw county,
was acquitted here by a federal court
jury of the charge that be introduced
liquor into the old Indian Territory.
Ell Bohannon, a Choctaw Indian was
acquitted with Hunter.
Earlier in the day, Robert K. War-
ren. prosecuting attorney and repre-
sentative-elect from Choctaw county,
and Wright Bonford, a Hugo banker,
were found guilty by a federal jury on
a similar charge.
Arrest of Warren, Bonford, Hunter
and Bohannon, occurred two years
ago. William R. Houston Intercepted
Warren and Bonford conveying 262
bottles of beer from Crystal City, Tex-
as, ten miles south of Hugo. The two
men were traveling in an automobile
at the time of their arrest after they
had crossed the line into Oklahoma.
On the witness stand tbey testified
the fceer was for their own use.
Bohannon, carrying a suitcase con-
taining flasks of whisky, was arrested
as he left the ti-aln that arrived in
Hugo from Texas. When Hunter
heard of the arrest be went before a
United States commissioner and claim-
ed the whisky. He said that be had
given Bohannon money with which to
purchase the liquor and intended it
for his own use.
During the August primary Warren
defeated Hunter and W. L. Garner for
the democratic nomination for repre-
sentative and was elected to the legis-
lature November 7.
DEPUTY FURNISHES HIS BOND
O'Brien Released From Custody; Van
Sickle Held; More Arrests.
Muskogee.—John O'Brien, deputy
United States marshal. Indicted by
the federal grand jury at Chickasha
011 five charges, four alleging that he
accepted briges ane one (hat he con-
verted property seized by the govern
m nt. made bond in the sum of )12.500
before Arthur O. Cochran, United
Bert Van Sickle, former deputy
United States marshal, was Indicted
on eighteen counts and was unable
tc make the total bond of 145,000 re-
quirt d of him. W. J. Turner of the
Little Caney Oil Company and former
chief of police of Bartlesville, John
Nolan, Bert Vanwinkler and Bert Bar-
linger, indicted in connection with
the case, were arreBted at Bartles-
That these wholesale indictments
and arrests will lead to startling rev-
elations of the liquor traffic in the
Bartlesville district is the belief of
federal officials. A half dozen or more
secret service men have been in east
era Oklahoma for the past four
months working on this case at the
request of Enloe and D. H. Linebaugh,
DRUMRIGHT IS SWEPT BY BLAZE
Gas Explosion Results in >100,000 Loaa
In Oil Town.
Drumright.—Fire caused by an ex-
plosion of gas in a rooming house de-
stroyed two blocks of business build-
ings here, the loaa, including furniture
and merchandise, totaling $100,000.
AH the buildings were frame and very
few of the structures with their con
tents were insured. A gas pipe had
just been connected with a stove in
the Carr rooming house, and when a
woman attempted to light the stove
the explosion occurred. The explosion,
It is said, was due to a faulty "air and
The losses Include the Carr rooming
house; Sam Shan boar's shoe store;
Palace of Sweets; Silver Moon cafe;
H. T. Johnson's dry goods store, a
barber shop; Arcade rooming house,
George Eleias' second-hand store ani
storage house; Busy Bee bakery. J. W.
Splegle, proprietor, rooming house,
above bakery; second-hand atore,
George Smythe. proprietor, and a
barber shop and storage house.
A fireman was slightly Injured dur-
ing the fire. The flames burned to a
brick wall, and died out
TWO TRAIL BOOSTERS KILLED ADA IS A G000 COTTON MARKET
8everal Auto Accidents Mar Meeting More Than 1 000 Bales Have Been
at Oklahoma City. Sold Thia Seaaon.
Oklahoma City.—A number of auto-
mobile accidents to visitors to the
Ozark Trails convention caused minor
injuries to several of the visitors
and the death of two. The most
serious accident occurred near Ed-
mond, ten miles north of town. Clyde
Goodall, Buick dealer at Yale, tried
to pass another car while going 46
miles an hour in sandy road Thomas
Cunningham, a barber of Vale, was
killed, while Goodall and two com-
panions were badly injured. The car
turned somersault and was demol-
W. T. Graves was killed near Mus-
tang when h car carrying Mayor J. J.
Hunter, City Commissioner G. W.
Gladson and another man. from Man-
gum. was wrecked by a defective
steering wheel. The party had known
the wheel needed attention all day but
postponed repairs until they got to
PLENTY OF MONEY IN OKLA. CITY
Bank Deposlta at Capital City Reach
Oklahoma city Bank deposits
amount to 1:12,807,920.73. That is the
total for the ten banka reporting The
cash and sight exchange reported by
the banks amount to $11,201,3M.78.
Loans and discounts aggregate $11,
121.579 06. The unusual condition in
financial affairs has moved state bank
ng offlciala to warn the bankers to be
aareful not to ake risky loans
Ada —That $1,000,000 worth of cot
ton will be sold here this season now
appears probable. More than 6,600
bales have already been marketed
here. ThiB does not Include the lint-
ers.Vhich will amount to perhaps 300
or 400 bales.
The first of the crop sold for about
$95 a bale. Thia increased before
much had been soia to imo h bale,
and all the late crop has been sel ing
anywhere from $120 to $140. The
entire crop will average much in ex-
cesa of $100 to the bale. That means
that the crop marketed at Ada will
not fall far short of $1,000,000.
Stonewall, Roff, Francis, Allen and
the other smaller markets have re-
ceived about twice as much as Ada.
Pontotoc county, therefore, will re-
ceive at least $2,500,000 for its cotton
Many Turkeys Sold.
! Norman.—More than 2,500 pounds of
turkeys were sold in Norman at 20
rents a pound. Because of market
; conditions at Norman, turkeys are
marketed here from the neighborhooda
of Blanchard and Noble, according to
a local dealer, who himaelf bought
1.750 pounds of turkeva alon.' Most
of the birds are shipped to Oklahoma
City, although some have been ahipped
to northern marketa. One farmer who
reporta sales to the amount of $200
for this season has found turkey rais-
ing an important source of income.
He used a pebble
in his day* to keep
his mouth moist—
WRIGLEY'S gives us a
refreshing confection to
take the place of the cave
We help teeth, breath, appetite,
digestion and deliciously soothe
mouth and throat with this
The Wrigley Spearmen want to eend you
their Book of Gum-ption. Send a postal
for it today. Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co.,
1327 Keener Building, Chicago.
The Flavor Lasts!
"How was the teamsters' union din-
"I believe it was a la carte."
THIS 18 THE AGE OF YOUTH.
Yon will look ten yeara younger if yon
darken your ugly, gristly, gray hairs by
using "La Creole" Hair Dressing — Adr
HUBBY WAS NO ENTERTAINER
All Right Otherwise, but Fact That He
"Had No Conversation" Caused
Sweet and, though sophisticated, ap-
parently not much more than seven-
teen, she was explaining quite loudly
enough for all the enr to hear why she
hnd left her husband.
"He was a good provider, hut he Just
sat around all evening and hnd no
"Why did you marry him?"
"His grandmother died, see. and he
had no place to go. so he came to me
and said, 'Say, If you want to get mar-
ried, here's your chance, take me or
leave me.' He was great anil full of
pep when out with the bunch, hut In
his own home I* had no conversation."
"Are you sorry you had to leave
"Well, I hnd lovely fornlture, but
life Is not all furniture, and what Is
the use of the costliest carpets if your
husband has no conversation?"
"Do you think you'll ever go back to
"I'd go hack tomorrow If he wouldn't
sit behind n newspaper like a stuffed
dummy In bedroom slippers."
Fernando K1 Cano of Santa Rosa,
Cal., says he is one hundred and fif-
teen years old.
Trunk straps made of steel links
have been Invented that are more dur-
able than leather ones.
Slam hiis resumed the cultivation of
cotton, once a leading Industry In that
80AP 18 STRONGLY ALKALINE
and constant use will burn out the
■calp. Cleanse the scalp by shampoo-
ing with "La Creole" Hair Dressing,
and darken. In the natural way, those
ugly, grizzly hairs. Price. $1.00.—Adv.
Home-Ground Flour and Cereals.
Grinding wheat to make flour may
be done at home as easily as the grind-
ing of coffee. And thus n family may
have whole wheat flour, freshly ground,
a thing that Is usually difficult to ob-
tain. The New York Medical Journal
advises Its readers to buy their wheat
from seedsmen rather than from gro-
cers or feed stores because It wllll be
cheaper and more efflclenL
The grinder can be used also for
cracking wheat, corn, barley, oats,
rye and other grains for use as break-
fast cereals. And the cereals will need
chewing, which will not only strength-
en the muscles of the chewers' Jaws,
hut will keep their teeth from decay,
that Is If they begin as children.
Homemade cereals need long cook-
ing. so a flreless cooker Is almost Indis-
"Are you the postmaster?"
"Gimme two stamps."
"Here ye are. I also sell dry goods,
groceries, hardware an' coffins. Need
anything of th' sort?"
"No. I'm Just passing through here.
Fact is, I'm on my way to the station
"That so? I operate th' ouly hack
line In town. Sam. my driver, will take
yer to the depo* for a quarter."—Bir-
One-fc>urth of the world's diet con-
sists of vegetables.
The substitute for absinthe In Chinese athletes believe duck brains
Greece is n liquor known as mastlca. to be the most strengthening food.
The Flavor Lasts—
In the making of Grape-Nuts there is added to the
sweet, rich nutriment of whole wheat, the rare flavor
of malted barley, a combination creating a most un-
usually delicious taste. The palate never tires of it
People everywhere have found that
is the most nutritious and delicious cereal food known.
Every table should have its daily ration of Grape-Nuts.
"There's a Reason"
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