Beaver County Republican. (Gray, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 1, Ed. 1 Friday, January 19, 1917 Page: 3 of 4
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BEAVER COUNTY REPUBLICAN, GRAY, OKLAHOMA
USB IN THE urn
Ea OF HEALTH ■
It is highly important
that you pay special
attention to the
AIDED DY CONFLICT
WAR HAS CAUSED THE SPREAD
Instead of Injuring It, New Interest
Has Been Aroused in the Language
Spreading Rapidly In the
PAIN? NOT A BIT 1
LIFT YOUR CORNS
OR CALLUSES OFF
No humbug! Apply few drops
then |ust lift them away
3RAT0FTS DECLINE AND FALL
"Spellbinder" Now Simply Makes the
Voters Tired, and They Will
Not Have Him.
AT THE FIRST TENDENCY
to sluggishness or weak-
ness you should try
Helping the Game Along.
The midnight stillness of the dark-
ened parlor was punctuated by u crash
"What-what-what was that, dud-dud-
darllng?" exclaimed the timid young
"Merely father dropping a hint," she
replied, as she snuggled a little closer.
TAKES OFF DANDRUFF,
HAIR STOPS FALUNS
Save your Halrl Get a 25 cent bottle
of Danderlne right now—Also
stops Itching scalp.
Thin, brittle, colorless and scrnitgy
hair is mute evidence of a negiecled
scalp; of dandruff—that awful scurf.
There Is nothing so destructive to
the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair
of its lustre. Its strength and its very
life; eventually producing a feverish-
ness and ltcblng of the scalp, which
if not remedied causes the hulr roots
to shrink, loosen and die—then the
.hair falls out fast. A little Danderlne
Tonight—now—any time—will surely
save your hair.
Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowl ton's
Danderlne from any drug store. Vou
surely can have beautiful hair aud lots
of It if you will just try a little Dan-
derlne. Save your hair 1 Try it!—Adv.
"Not long ago," said a Judge, "a
Colored woman came into court to see
what could be done about securing a
pardon for her husband, who was in
" 'What was your husband sentenced
for?' I asked.
" 'Ah ain't shuah, Judge, but Ah
Thinks 'twuz emblazonment!' was the
reply."—Case and Comment.
LAX-FOS is an improved Cascara
(a tonic-laxative) Pleasant to take
In LAX-FOS the Cascara is improved by
the addition of certain harmless chem-
icals which increase the efficiency of the
Cascara, making it better than ordinary
Cascara. LAX-FOS is pleasant to take
and doee not gripe nor disturb stomach.
Adapted to children as well as adults.
Just try ODe bottle for constipation. 50c
IUr)*rw-"Whst do )••• Utak John out, Daddy,
■Ma I tol«i him that wh«a w. Mini** I w.nled •
rttdntm. > MtiMry pUc*. it mum ind • lot of —rrmu<
Daddjr—"Wvll. what did Um pftragoa mf "
llirjort*—"Ha and that it I wool,I aUaf mora aa mj
rt|hl aida I wouldn't km auah drrama "
Mtowsn 1 good tiftt el poor «|ttHnn, whas tkt
hard werVftl Hamuli bet > ill lo nmptata tkt wMt
lyslen uNcrt and w« have coaHipat"*. oHcntvt
kmth. d)>fafMO md ill aorta ti (Mtw duordcn
trarj <Sl M vkkfe, H yM tfU M tan* U. «M Mr
Which lor 51 years has contributed to
the health and well being of countless
thousands everywhere. 25c. and 75c
At the outbreak of the European
war Kspermilists everywhere feared
that the struggle would have an ex-
tremely unfavorable effect u|n>n the
progress of the International language.
Great was our astonishment therefore
when It gradually became apiwirent
that Jusl the op|ioslte was true, re-
marks the writer of a letter to the
editor of the New York Sun. The first
important event that took place was
the official recognition that Esperanto
received from the government of Ger-
many. which published an Esperanto
translation of the original documents
relutlng to the war and caused II to
be widely distributed among Rspernn-
tlsts In the neutral countries. This
was followed by a series of publica-
tions In Esperanto that history will
show formed nn Important part of Ger-
many's campaign of publicity in neu-
tral lands. A few month# later the Es-
perantos In France organized a so-
ciety devoted to spreading an exact
knowledge of the French "side" of the
In all of the warring nations and In
the few countries still at peace there
has awakened a new Interest in Es-
peranto. and It Is now being studied
by many who were not even aware of
its existence a few years ago. This
Is particularly true of the soldiers of
all the countries at war. prisoners of
war and those Interned In neutral
lands. In the Internment camp at
Hardenvyk, Holland, for Instance,
where there are several thousand Bel-
gians and French soldiers, hundreds
have already begun to learn Esperanto,
and this is also true of another Impor-
tant camp at Zelst. where Esperanto
Is said to be spreading "like wildfire."
Hut the most Interesting reports of
our progress come from the far East.
Th' re Is now a large and flourishing
society In China that has made thou-
sands of "converts" to Esperanto; and
Japan I? much better represented jhaq
lp former yearB. Tills Is remarkable
In vle\v of the dissimilarity between
Esperanto anil the language of the
Orient. 1 transluttJ a paragraph from
a letter I received some time ago from
a friend in that quarter of the globe,
MaJ. K. L. Bush, who is stationed at
Manila. Major Bush writes: "Last
May and June I traveled through
Japan and saw many beautiful places
and beheld many wonderful scenes; It
Is a beautiful and Interesting country.
In Tokyo I met many fellow Esperan-
tlsts, who were very hospitable flhd
who did everything they could to make
my visit a happy one. They guided
me and treated me as a guest, and 1
made some very good friends." Major
Bush now goes on to say that the Jap-
anese Esperantlsts honored him high-
ly as an American soldier, and that In
recognition of this at a meeting of the
Japanese Esperanto association he
was presented with an ancient Japan-
ese sword. He continues: "Esperanto
was a great help to me In Tokyo; It
gained me friends, through whose
kindness I was enabled to see much
more than 1 could possibly have seen
by myself. 1 have always believed In
the practical utility of the language,
and 1 am now certain of It."
A language whose advocates are as
widespread as the Esperantlsts must
necessarily possess great commercial
advantages. Business men In Ger-
many, France. Russia and England
are now making active use of It, aud
will Increasingly continue to do so.
A significant indication of the tendency
of the times Is afforded by the recent
decision of the common council. Guild-
hall. London, that "whereas, England
and her allies are preparing to act In
concert In relation to future commer-
cial affairs. It Is highly desirable that
one language be accepted as a commer-
cial language, to be taught In all
schools." And the resolution, which
I have Treely translated from an Esper-
anto version, goes on to recommend
for consideration the languages of the
allies, English, French ond Russian
This new drug is an ether compound
discovered by a Cincinnati chemist It
Is called freezone, aua can
now be obtained in tiny
bottles as here shown at
very little cost from any
drug store. Just ask for
freezone. Apply a drop or
two directly upon a tender
corn or callus and Instant-
ly the soreness disappears.
Shortly you will find the
corn or callus so loose that
you can lift It off, root
and all. with the fingers.
Not a twinge of pain,
soreness or Irritation; not
even the slightest smart-
ing, either when applying
freezone or afterwards.
This drug doesn't eat up
the corn or callus, but
shrivels them so they loos-
en and come right out. It
works like a charm. For
a few cents you can get
rid of every hard corn,
soft corn or corn between
the toes, as well as painful calluses on
bottom of your feet. It never disap-
points and never burns, bites or la-
Lively Aid to Cupid.
Eighteen residents of the Pueblo
(Colo.) Young Men's Christian associ-
ation dormitory have been married
since that Institution opened Its doors
about a year ago.
COVETED BY ALL
but possessed by few—a beautiful
heed of hair. If youra is streaked with
cray or Is harsh and stiff, you can re-
store It to Its former beauty and lus-
ter by using "La Creole" Hair Dress-
ing. Price >1.00.—Adv.
At the Dinner Part
"Your wife's costume tonight Is ex-
quisite. It simply beggars descrip-
"And that's not all It beggars."
A MINISTER'S CONFESSION
Rev. W. H. Warner. Myersvllle, Md.,
writes: "My trouble was sciatica. My
back was affected «nd tfce fvrrn
also had neuralgia,
cromps In my mus-
sharp pain on the
top of my head,
and nervous dizzy
spells. I had oth
er symptoms show-
ing my kidneys
were atTault, so I took Dodd's Kidney
Pills. They were the means of saving
my life. I write to say that your
medicine restored me to perfect
health." Be sure and get "DODD'S,"
the name with the three D's for dis-
eased, disordered, deranged kidneys;
The campaign curtain has been run*
town, says the Kansas City Star, on
no sadder fact—from some points of
view, at least—than that the stump
orator has not lived up to his old-time
tradition. Or If he has lived up to It
the public has declined to live up to
It with him. Not to evade the fact, or
to attempt to soften It, the Intelligent
electorate, the free American voter, or
whatever else the citizenry Is called In
presidential years, has yawned openly
In the face of the spellbinder and
turned away to see what was on at
the movie show.
It has been a shock to the political
managers. The campaign Industry has
had no such setback since the Intro-
duction of reading Into the scheme of
popular education. It used to be that
anybody who had ever been a member
of the legislature, who had sat on the
bench, held a county office or had done
or was supposed to have done any-
thing that would serve as an excuse
for prefixing the title of "Hon." to his
name—It used to be that any such
male person with well-developed lungs
and a set of gestures could be hilled
In a political campaign and bring out
the entire countryside. About all such
an orator needed, In addition to the
title alluded to, was a "statesman"
coat, an untiring voice, a string of sta-
tistics and what was known as a
"fund" of anecdote. This "fund" was
generally overdrawn at the bank of
originality and most of the drafts on
It went to Ignominious protest.
The "Intelligent audience"—the most
Intelligent audience the old-time ora-
tor ever had the pleasure of address-
ing—has token hltn at his word and
has rather distanced him in Intelli-
gence and Information on his own sub-
ject. It has come to be more and
more like the audience at the theater
which has paid for Its sents—It de-
mands the best or will go elsewhere to
find It. The mere "Hons" no longer
draw. Unless a topllner Is produced
the Intelligent audience shows Its In-
telligence by staying away from the
It Is only fair to say that the Intelli-
gent campaign manager has kept pace
with the Intelligent audience. He was
quick with the book when he saw the
second-rate oratory stuff was begin-
ning to pall. That Is why printer'*
Ink hos so enormously increased In
use Id tbls Campaign. These astute
gentlemen fiuVe discovered that the In-
telligent audience takes the paper at
home. The "and now my friends" ora-
tors never saw a sadder day than when
they discovered It.
ACTRESS TELLS 8ECRET.
A well known actress *1v« the follow- j
InK recipe for rray hair: To half pint of
water add 1 os Bay Rum, a small bos of
Barbo Compound, and >4 os. of rtycerlne. :
Any drugrut can put this up or yon can
■tlx It at home at very little coat Full
directions for making and use come In
each box of Barbo Compound. It will
gradually darken streaket\ faded wray I
hair, and make It aoft and gloasy. It will
not color the scalp. Is not sticky or
greasy, snd does not rub off. Adv.
Two Beauties of This World.
Stella -What Is always beautiful?
Bella—Snow and any woman who
gets In the papers.
Garfield Tea was your Grandmother's
Remedy for every stomach aud Intes-
tinal 111. This good old-fashioned herb
home remedy for constipation, stomach
Ills and other derangements of the sys-
tem so prevalent these days Is In even
greater favor os a family medicine
than In your grandmother's day.—Adv.
Japan has a goldfish farm that baa
been In continuous operation since
Male and female slaves were sold
publicly In the fairs of England dur
lng the fuorteenth century.
Thousands Tell It
Why dally along with backache and
kidney or bladder troubles? Thousands
tell you bow to find relief. Here's «
case to guide you. And it's only one
of thousands. Forty thousand Ameri-
csn people are publicly praising Doan's
Kidney Pills, burely it ia worth the
while of anyone who has a bad back,
who feels tired, nervous snd run-down,
who endures distressing urinary disor-
ders, to give Doan's Kidney Pills a trial.
A Kansas Case
Mm. Jennie Jack- "hm, non Td
eon. Avenue E, W.,
says: "Shooting pains
darted through the
small of my back and
my 11 m b a swelled
badly. In (act. I was
In a terrible ehar
with kidney troubl
I^ast summer I had|
the woret attack of
all and waa nothlngi
but a skeleton of my
former self. I tried'
but nothing helped _
me until I took Doan's Kldnsy Pills.
They cured me and from that day to
this. I have been In good ahape."
Get Dtu's at A«y Store, SO« a Bn
FOSTER^MILBURN CO, BUFFALO. N.T.
Met Content* 15Tluid1
Sight Affected by Paper,
A committee of-the British assocla*
tlon has been conducting nn Investiga-
tion of the Influence of school books
on the sight, especially that of chil-
dren. The glossiness of the paper was
found to be an Important matter. This
glossiness depends mainly on specular
reflection, I. e., reflection similar to
that from polished metals. Such re-
flection is apt to Interfere with binoc-
ular vision. Scattered or diffuse refec-
tion. as from a fine white powder, Is
ALCOHOL-3 PBR OBKJ.
similatln^ 0* Food I
| tingthe Stomachs MdBowggj
J Th«retfy PtomoitifMir
S neither Oplum.Morplune
facsimile Si^nst «of
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
Tor Infanta and Children.
Mothers Know That
not harmful. Specular reflection can
Just as Rev. Warner did. no similar i noj entirely avoided In paper, hut
A toll* preparation of martl
H.I pa to •rtdlcat* dandruff.
FerReeSorinc Color and
Beauty teQray or Faded Hair.
SBc. and >100 at Oruggirta.
named article will do.—Adv.
Government Aids Turkish Farmers.
The Turkish government has made
a special appropriation of $1,08(1.000 to
be used for the purchase of seed
grains for needy Turkish farmers in
the Turkish dominions.
a, oI Antityphoid Vacclnatloa.
f by row phyilclan, you and
Its no more f
♦ Kan Smallpox. Army
experience has demooaUatea
■ almoat mlraculoui effl-
Cscy, sad kaimla
Sa racclmated NOW L_ .
your family, n to mo«e tIUI than houae larjjancs.
Aak youi physician, druggist, or end for Ha e
you had Typhoid?" telling of Typhoid Vaccina,
•esults from use, sad danger from Typhoid Canleis.
Predating Vsaelaas snd Serum rnidsr U. S. Ltosnas
The Cutter Ukerstsry. Sarkslsy, Csl.. Cbiasfs. III.
MAKES PAIN VANISH
Kollnlmnnt ao qnlekly warms, glowa
and iwiii'irau'n the anrfaro. bringing
relief lo brulaea. cut*, bnrna, sore
mUHrlttn, rhrumatlfcDi. hoadache.
nenralula, vie. A valuable horns
remedy. Hold In nearly all
drug alorr.,; 60i' bottles. "
ot ae:.. prepaid - —
| celpt of price. (Jet a
bottle today. Try It.
1 It's wonderful.
| i. S SICMtHDS asn ro.
. sa.nem. T im
Shortest Prison Sentence.
The shortest recorded sentence Is
that to which a woman was sentenced
at the Cookstdwn (Ulster) sessions.
The woman pleaded guilty to stealing
a quuntlty of horse hair from her em-
ployer. who snld she was a good work-
er. but addicted to the drinking of
ether, which was the cause of her
lapse. He did not wish her to be pros-
ecuted. A previous record of six
weeks' Imprisonment for false pre-
tences In 1013 burred her from being
dealt with as a first offender. She was
ordered Imprisoned until the rising of
the court, and os hers was the last
case on the list, the length of her sen-
tence wus exactly two minutes and u
Send 10c to Dr. Pierce, Invalids' Hotel,
Buffalo, for large trial pnrknge of Anurio
for kidneys—cures backache.—Adv.
"Thnt fellow has never made the
least effort to support himself?"
"Oh. yes. he has. To my certain
knowledge, lie's proposed to every girl
with money he could meet."
It Is not Injurious to vision unless ex-
cessive. When the specular reflection
exceeds fifl per cent, the resultant
Hlore Is likely to be harmful. Writing
paper for school use should not give
more than 54 per cent specular reflec-
tion at an angle of 45 degrees, since
I young writers often look obliquely at
! the paper. Colored maps con he pro-
duced without extra expense or diffi-
culty on paper conforming to the com-
mittee's recommendations. In some
cases the effect of using suitable paper
is spoiled by the use of glaze In the
colors of Inks.
SOAP IS STRONGLY ALKALINE
and constant use will burn out the
scalp. Cleanse the scalp by shampoo
lng with "La Creole" Hair Dressing,
and darken, in the natural way, those
ugly, grizzly hairs. Pr'ce. $1.00.—Adv.
An Empty Echo.
"Money talks." observed the Sage.
"Yes," replied the Fool. "But all
some of us hear Is the echo."
Avoid operations Positive Liver A Stomach remedy
(IVn o«)-H«>snlu sure; home remedy Wrlva tvuay.
ft.Sn.aiH.Bihfi fVr-- • ■—«
W. N. U., WICHITA, NO. 2--1S17.
Nile's Floods Above Normsl.
The Hlver Nile reached an abnor-
mally high level this year, though the
annual floods form part and parcel of
the national life of Egyptians, who are
never taken by surprise when such
events occur. The condition of affairs,
however, proved sufficiently alarming
to warrant the government In putting
Into effect the decree of 1887, which
obliges all oble-bodled men to assist
In the protection of threatened regions
under pain of Imprisonment or fine
whenever the stream of the auclent
riiaruoUs gets beyond control.
END STOMACH TROUBLE,
GASES OR DYSPEPSIA
"Pape's Diapepsin" makes 8ick, Sour,
Gassy Stomachs surely feel fine
in five minutes.
The Kind It Was.
'Did you have a fine kiud of auto-
"It was nothing but fines."
To Drive Out Malaria
And Build Up The System
Take the Old Standard GROVE S
TASTELESS chill TONIC. Vou know
what you are taking, as the formula is
printed on every label, showing it
Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form.
Quinine drives out malaria, the
builds np the system. 50 cents.
Heard In the Ananias Club.
"Bllkens sometimes tells the truth.'
"Yes. But be always mixes some-
thing up with It so as to spoil It."
Raymond, six-year-old prlile of an
Irvlngton family, strenuously objected
a few nights ago, when his mother
asked him to go on an errand to the
After considerable questioning, the
lad explained that he wouldn't mind
going if he didn't have to pass by a
lumber yurd, which is situoted between
the grocery and his home.
"Why, you're not afraid of those
stacks of lumber, are you?" queried his
"It's not the stacks, mamma, It's
what's behind 'em," answered Ray-
If what you Just ate is uourlng on
your stomach or lies llko a lump of
lead, refusing to digest, or you belch
gas and eructate sour, undigested
food, or have a feeling of dizziness
heartburn, fullness, nausea, bad tast«
in mouth and stomach-hendache. you
can get blessed relief In five minutes.
Put an end to stomach trouble forever
by getting a large fifty-cent case of
Pape's Diapepsin from any drug store.
You realize In five minutes how need-
less It is to suffer from Indigestion,
dyspepsia or any stomach disorder.
It's the quickest, surest stomach doc-
tor In the world. It's wonderful.—Adv
"The young fellow yonder Is a bad
"And he's a fresh one, too."
Seek Fabric to Replace Cotton.
Since the cotton supply of Austria
Hungary has been practically shut off
by the blockode. scientists ond monu-
fiicturers hove co-operoted In devising
a paper fabric to replace It. A number
of varieties of paper fabric are now In
nctual service. Some of them Jiave a
warp of paper yarn and Include a mix-
ture of cotton and paper In the filling,
i (thers are composed of paper alone.
Turkish cotton, which has ordinarily
been considered too poor to weave Into
cloth, Is utilized In this paper fabric,
us Is also nettle fiber, which has been
found to possess great possibilities as
11 cotton substitute. Old rugs are being
converted Into a puper fabric used for
many of the purposes for which cotton
cloth Is now used. Chemical processes
have toughened and strengthened the
paper fabric so as to Increase Its de-
A census of the volcanoes In the
world show there are 072 in all, of
which 275 are active.
An Antlspeech Sentiment.
"Do you believe in telepathy?"
"You mean." responded Miss Cay-
enne, "the art of communicating
thought without audible speech?"
"Something like that."
"1 am not sure whether It could be
made to work or not But I know a
number of people who ought to try 1L"
THI8 IS THE AGE OF YOUTH.
You will look tea years younger if yon
darken your ugly, gristly, gray hairs by
using "La Creole" Hair Dressing.—Adv.
An English Inventor's cigarette-
holder Is equipped with a porous disk
to filter the smoke.
a large producer of as-
Most particular women use Red Crose
Ball Blue. American made. Sure to pleaae.
At all good grocers. Adv.
Turkey has put bakeries under gov-
China will teach paper making in a
Tbe United States in 1015 produced
550,055 tons of leud.
The first sneeze is
the danger signal.
Time to take—
The old family remedy—In tablet
form -safe. sure, easy to take. No
opiates, no unpleasant alter effects
Cures colds in 24 hours-Grip In 3
days. Money hack if it fails. Gej
the genuine box with Red lop and
Mr. Hill's picture on it-25 cents.
At A y Drag Store
To Kill Rats and Mica
^5 ELECTRIC PISTE
U. 8. Government Buys It
SOLO KVKKY WHERE — IS* aod SLSS
There Is no hope for the poor girl
who Is stone blind to the sparkling
beauties of a solitaire.
There Is no bllud fate. Superiorly
Matrimony Like Airplane.
Willis—What system do these mili-
tary airplanes work on?
Glllls—One person runs the machine
and the other Is Just an observer, but
hoth of them fight.
Willis—1 see; Just like being mar-
"In some parts of the world It Is
customary for women to smoke cigars."
"It's a good Idea." commented Mr.
(Irowcher. "It's some protection to the
man whose wife buys biui • box of
cigars for Christmas."
A Great Discovery
(BY J. U WATSON, M. D.)
Swollen hands, stiklea, feet are duo to
a dropsical condition, often caused by
disordered kidneys. Naturally when the
kidneys aro deranged the blood Is filled
with poisonous waste matter, which set-
tles In tbe foet, ankles and wrists; or
undor the eyes In bag-like formations.
As a remody for those easily recog-
nized symptoms of inflammation caused
by uric acid —as scalding urine, back-
ache and frequent urination, as well as
sediment In the urlno, or If uric acid In
the blood has caused rheumatism, lum-
baito, sHatlca, gout, It Is simply wonder-
ful how quickly Anurtc acts; the pains
and stifTmiss rapidly disappear.
Take a glass of hot water before meals
and Anurlc to flush the kidueys.
Step Into any drug store and ask for
Anurlc, many times more potent than >liri,T^ , .
llth I a and eliminates uric acid M hot tion" Is guaranteed to benefit or cure,
water molts sugar. i Dr. tierce's Pullets cure Ulloususifc .
A WOMAN'S BURDENS J
are lightened when she turns to the rlirhl
medicine. If hor existence Is made
gloomy by the chronic weaknesses, deil-
cato derangements, and painful di*>nlers
that atllh't her sex, sho will tiud relief and
emancipation from hor troubles In Ur.
Pierce's Favorlto Prescription. If shes
overworked, nervous, or "run-down," she
tlnd* now life and strength. It's a power-
ful, Invigorating tonic and nervine w hich
was discovered and usod by an eminent
physician for many years, In all cases of
"female complaints'*and wnuknessos. rof
young giris Just entering womanhood ^
for women at thocritical "change of life,
In bearing-down seusatlons, periodical
pains, ulceration, Inflammation, and every
kindred aliment, the "Favorite Prsejnp*
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