Gate Valley Star (Gate, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 44, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 24, 1918 Page: 3 of 8
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GATE VALLEY STAR, GATE. OKLAHOMA
From Suffering by Getting
Her Lydia E. Pinkham't
Pittsburgh, Pa.—" For many month*
I was not able to do my work owing: to
a weakness which
and headaches. A
friend called my
attention to one of
three bottles of
Lydia E. Pinkham's
pound for me.
After taking two
bottles I felt fine
and my troubles caused by that weak-
ness are a thing of the past All women
who suffer as I did should try Lydia E.
Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound."—
Mrs. Jas. Rohrberg, 620 Knapp St,
N. S., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Women who suffer from any form of
weakness, as indicated by displacements,
inflammation, ulceration, irregularities,
backache, headaches, nervousness or
"the blues," should accept Mrs. Rohr-
berg'a suggestion and give Lydia E.
Pink ham's Vegetable Compound ft
For over forty years it has been
correcting such ailments. If you have
mysterious complications write for
advice to Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine
Co., Lynn, Mass.
PUTS BAN ON COAL
Industries East ot Mississippi,
Including Munition Plants,
Must Close 5 Days.
EVERY MONDAY MADE HOLIDAY
Federal Fuel Administrator Forced to
Take Action Because of Desper-
ate Situation in Country.
Boy, Page Hoover.
"Why did they pinch Terry Toad?"
"Oh, he simply wouldn't observe lly-
Save Your Hair
The explorer was relating one of
his terrible experiences while lu the
"Suddenly we found ourselves In the
midst of a terrible conflict nnd at ter-
rible odds! Ten to one."
"Were you one of the ten?" asked a
"No, I'll have you understand, sir,
that I was one of the one," replied the
WOMAN'S CROWNING GLORY
Is her hair. If yours Is streaked with
ugly, grizzly, gray hairs, use "La Cre-
ole" Hair Dressing and change It In
the natural way. Price $1.00.—Adv.
Sure Enough Poetry.
"Of course, you've read Shake-
"Yes," replied Farmer Corntossel. "1
read hlni a lithe once In a while. But
somehow I've lost my taste for poetry
and such since ray boy went to the
war. A page or two In Josh's own
handwriting somehow beats all the
Hamlet's soliloquy and Marc Anton's
orations that was ever written."
The Oninine Thst Dees Not Affect Heed
Because of It* tonic and laxative effect. Laxative
Hromo Quinine can be taken by anyone wli5ont
canning nervoosoess or ringing In the head. There
Is only one "Bmaio Quinine. B. W. UBOVHd
signature la on box. SOc.
Not Worth It.
"I hear that poor young Cholly Fat-
head has lost his mind."
"I pity anybody who finds It."
Just as Good.
She—MI can't accept your affection."
He—"I'll be Just as well s/itlsfied If
von will return It."
Body Terribly Swollen
Nr. Hidan's Condition Wo Criti-
cal Until Doan's Were Used.
Health Was Restored.
'Tor six months I couldn't walk, I
was so swollen as the result of kidney
trouble," nays Ceo. T. Madara, 15 Mt.
Vernon Ave., Pitman Grove, Camden,
N. J.: "Backache drove me nearly wild
and big lumps formed
over each kidney. I
bloated until I weighed
407 pounds, and I was a
sight to behold. The
water in tnv system
pressed around my heart
and I sometimes felt aa
if I was being strangled.
The kidney secretions
were scanty and con-
tained a thick sedi-
"No one can imagine how I suffered.
I finally went to the hospital, but when
an operation was suggested I would
not consent and came home.
"I heard how Doan's Kidney Pills
had helped others, so I discarded all
the other medicines arid started tak-
ing them. The second day I began
to improve and as I continued, my
back stopped paining and the swelling
went down. The other kidney trou-
bles left, too, snd I waa aoon aa well
Sworn to before me,
Philip Schmits, Notary Publio.
Get Doss's at Aa? Store, COeaVoa
FOSTER-IIiUIJURN CO.. BUFFALO, N. Y.
W. N. U., WICHITA, NO. 4-1911
Washington, D. C.—While a Btorm
of protest raged at the capital and
among business Interests throughout
the Nation, Fuel Administrator Gar-
field tonight signed the order, In pre-
paration since yesterday, closing
down manufacturing plants ea?t of
the Mississippi river for five days be-
ginning at midnight tonight nnd stop-
ping virtually all business activity on
every Monday for a period of ten
weeks beginning January 21.
With the full support of President
Wilson, the fuel administrator attach-
ed his signature to the mandate as*
the Senate was preparing to vote ou
a resolution which It adopted twenty
minutes later, requesting him to post-
pone action for five days. Doctor Gar-
field would not comment on the Sen-
ate action, but It waa stated a: the
Fuel Administration the resolution
would have no effect upon the order.
Unusual Day in Capital.
Seldom has Washington seen a day
of more stirring activity. An aston-
ished Congress paid little attention to
any other subject and officials gen-
erally, few of whom had known the
order was imminent, talked of little
else. Doctor Garfield was the storm
center in the morning, when his of-
fice was swamped with telephone
calls, in the afternoon when he was
haled before a Senate committee and
tonight when he finally issued the
The order as signed and sent out to-
night to state fuel administrators
for enforcement contained but few
changes from the form of an abstract
given out by the Fuel Administration
last night. Nor did it clear up to any
great extent the confusion resulting
from lack of detailed explanation.
Other Exemptions Made.
A supplementary statement issued
with the order embraced a list of in-
dustries engaged in imperative war
work which will be exempted from the
order's enforcement. It includes ship-
yards engaged in naval work, a few
plants turning out products needed im-
mediately by the army and navy, and
parts of plants producing tubing. The
list was prepared by Secretaries Baker
Although no formal announcement
was made, the shipping board has been
assured that all shipyards will be ex-
Congress was in an unroar from the
time it assembled until it adjourned
tonight. The Senate resolution was
adopted after many senators had de-
nounced the order as unwise and un-
Will Relieve Roads.
The order is expected to go far
towards clearing choked and congest-
ed railroad tracks and terminals. It
was reparded tonight as likely that
Secretary McAdoo, director-general of
railroads, might declare a rail embar-
go against the shipment of the pro-
ducts of plants closed down if neces-
sary further to relieve the roads.
Text of the Order.
The text of the Garfield coal order
"The United States Fuel Adminis-
trator, acting under the authority of
an executive order of the President of
the United States, dated August 23,
1917, appointing said administrator, in
furtherance of the purposes of «aid
order and of the purposes of the act
of Congress therein referred to, ap-
proved August 10, 1917, and finding
It essential effectively to carry out
the provisions of this act, to make pro-
vision for a more adequate supply of
fuel for railroads, domestic con-
sumers. public utilities and for other
uses necessary to the national secur-
ity in certain parts of the United
States, hereby makes and prescribes
the following regulations:
"Section 1. Until further order of
the U. S. Fuel Administrator, all per-
sons selling fuel in whatever capacity
shall. In filling the contracts or orders
now on hand, give preference to neces-
sary current requirements of:
" 'Railroads, domestic consumers,
hospitals, charitable institutions, army
and navy cantonments, pdblic utilities,
by-product coke plants, supplying gas
for household use, telephone and tele-
graph plants, shipping, for bunker
purposes, the United States for strict-
ly governmental purposes (not Includ
Ing factories or plants working on
contracts for the United States), man*
ufacturers of perishable food or of
food for necessary, Immediate con-
sumption, and municipal, county or
state governments, or necessary pub-
lic uses. Any tonnage remaining af-
ter the foregoing preferred shipments
have been made may be applied in
filling any other contracts or orders.'
"Section 2. On the following days,
namely, January 18. 19, 20, 21 and 22,
1918, the state fuel administrators and
their accredited representatives in the
various communities in the territory
in which this regulation applies are
hereby empowered nnd directed to di-
vert such fuel as arrives in such com-
munities in carload lots to meet the
current requirements and to provide
an adequate and normal supply for
such consumers of fuel as are speci-
fied in Section 1 hereof.
"Section 3. On the following days,
namely. January 18, 19, 20. 21 and 22,
1918, and also on each and every Mon-
day beginning January 28, 1918, and
continuing up to and including March
25, 1918, no manufacturer or manufac-
turing plant shall burn fuel or use
power derived from fuel for any pur-
pose. with the following exceptions:
" "a. Plants which necessarily must
be continuously operated seven days
each week to avoid serious injury to
the plant itself or its contents may
use only such quantities of fuel as is
necessary to prevent such injury to
the plant, or its contents.
" 'b. Manufacturers or plants manu-
facturing perishable foods or foods for
necessary immediate consumption.
" 'c. Manufacturers of food not per-
ishable and not necessary for imme-
diate consumption may burn fuel to
the extent authorized by the fuel ad-
ministrator of the state in which such
plant is located or by his duly author-
ized representative upon application
to the United States Food Adminis-
"'d. Plants necessary to the print-
ing and publication of daily papers
may burn fuel or use power derived
therefrom as usual, except that every
Monday from January 21 to March 25,
1918, inclusive, they n.ay burn fuel or
use power derived therefrom only to
such extent as is necessary to print
and publish Buch editions as such
plants customarily print and publish
on legal holidays other than the Sab-
bath; or, If such plants do not cus-
tomarily print or publish any editions
on such legal holidays, they may burn
fuel or use such power to such extent
as is necessary to issue one edition on
the said Mondays.
'e. Printing establishments may
burn fuel January 18, 19, 20, 21 and 22,
1918, to such extent as is necessary
to issue current numbers of maga-
zines and other publications leriodi-
"Section 4. On each Monday, begin-
ning January 21, 1918, and continuing
up to and including Monday, March
25, 1918, no fuel shall be burned ex-
cept to the extent as is essential to
prevent injury to property from freez-
ing for the purpose of supplying heat
" 'a. Any business or professional
offices, except offices used by the
United States, state, county or muni-
cipal governments, transportation
companies, public utility companies,
telephone or telegraph companies,
banks, trust companies, physicians or
*"b. Wholesale or retail stores, or
any other stores, business houses or
business buildings whatever, except
that tor the purpose of selling food
only, stores may maintain necessary
heat on any of the specified days un-
til 12 o'clock noon, and except that for
the purpose of selling drugs and medi-
cal supplies only stores may maintain
necessary heat throughout the day
" 'c. Theaters, moving picture
houses, bowling alleys, billiard rooms,
private or public dance halls or any
other place of public amusement.'
"Section 5. On each Monday begin-
ning January 28, 1918, and continuing
up to and including March 25, 1918,
no fuel shall be burned for the pur-
pose of heating rooms in which intoxi-
cating liquor is sold or berved ou
those da} s.
"Nothing in this regulation shall be
construed to forbid the heating of res-
taurants, hotels, or other places in
which meals are served, but in which
no intoxicating liquor is sold or served
on the said Aionuays.
"Section 6. No fuel shall be burned
any of the Mondays specified in the
foregoing section ior the purpese ol
supplying power for the movement ol
surface, elevated, subway or suburbau
cars or trains in excess of the amount
used on "the Sunday previous thereto.
"Section 7. Nothing in this regula
tion shall be construed to apply to or
aflect the operation of any mine or
plant producing fuel, nor shall this
regulation be construed to forbid the
heating of such rooms or offices, or
such parties of the buildings aB are
used in connection with the produc-
tion, transportation or distribution of
Section 8. State fuel administra
tors and their representatives specifl
cally authorized ao to do are hereby
empowered to grant such relief as may
be essential to prevent Injury to
health or to prevent deatructicn of or
injury to property by fir# or by freez
"Section 9. This regulation la effec-
tive throughout the United States east
of the Mississippi riVer, including th€
whole states of Louisiana and Mlnne
"Section 10. Any person, firm, as
aoclation or corporation which vlo
tates or refuses to conform to the
above regu'atlon may be liable to the
penalty prescribed in the
of Congress. H. A. GARFIELD, ^
"Unltfd States Fusl Administrator.
THI8 18 THE AGE OF YOUTH.
Yon will look ten years younger if yon
darken your ugly, grizzly, Rray hairs by
using "La Creole" Hair Dressing.—Adv.
Again a Woman's League.
Mrs. Newlywed—I see by this med-
ical work that a man requires eight
hours' sleep and a woman ten.
Hushand—Yes, I've read that some-
Mrs. Newlywed—How nice! You
can get up every morning and have
the lire made and the breakfast ready
before It Is time for me to get up.
Get the Genuine
No advance in price for this 30-year-
iotdreinc.ly— IScfor 24 tablets-Some
cold tablet* now 30c lor 21 tablets^
Figuied on proportionate colt pet
tablet, you anve 9Sc wl.en you buy
Hill *—Cure# Cold
in 24 hour* -grip
in 3 days Money
back if it faile.
24 Tablats for 25c.
At any Drug Slora
Net Contents 15 Fluid Drachm
I ALCOHOL-3 PER CENT.
I AVe^clablcPreparation&r.y j
tinfl the Stomachs and DcwctsaM
Ihe Centaur Gomp^O.
For Infants and Children.
Mothers Know That
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
It sometimes happens that children
tell the truth, just as grown people
tell lies—at the wrong time.
Dread Is a rank mental weed—kill
Here's a bit of advice for those who
are always giving advice: "Don't talk
Ileetitude of conduct Is man's chief
A man's Ideal woman Is one klud of Rome people spend a lot of time
pipe dream. regretting things that never happen.
It' the Same Everywhere
Galena, Kans.—"This Is to certify
that I have used several of Dr. Pierce's
remedies and can recommend them
highly. The result In each case has
been beneficial." — MltS. FANNIE
PATRICK, llox 7.r>«.
I)r. Pierce's Favorite Prescription,
the ever-famous friend to ailing wom-
en, and Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery, the greatest general tonic,
are both put up In liquid and tablets
nnd are to be found In nearly all drug
stores. They have enjoyed an Immense
sale for nearly fifty years which proves
their merits as well as the statements
made by users. Tablets 00c.
If not obtainable at your dealer's
send 1<> cents to Dr. Pierce, Invalids'
Hotel, lluffnlo, N. Y., and he will mall
trial package of either tablet.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regu-
late and Invigorate stomach, liver and
bowels. Sugar-coated, tiny granules.—
OUR BOYS IN FRANCE AND
The men on the flrlna line represent
the pick of our American youth. One In
four of our boys at home was sick, re-
jected because of physical deficiency.
Many times the kidneys were to blame.
If we wish to prevent old age comlna
on too soon, or If we want to Increase
our chances for a long life. Dr. Pierce of
tlie Surgical Institute. Buffalo, N. Y., says
that you should drink plenty of wat«r
daily before meals. Then procure at
your nearest drug store Anurlc (double
strength). This An-u-rlc drives the uric
acid out and cures backache and rlieumu-
If we wish to keep our kidneys In the
hp«t condition a diet of milk and vege-
tables, with only little meat once a day.
is the most suitable. Drink plenty of
pure water, take Anurlc three times a day
for a month. It sells for W)c.
Step Into the drug store and ask for
a sixty-cent package of Anurlc, or send
Dr Pierce 10c for trial pkg Anurlc. many
times more potent than litliia, eliminates
uric acid as hot water melts sugar. A
short trial will convince you.
As Age Advances the Liver Requires
Small Pill. Small
occasional slight stimulation.
LITTLE LIVER PILLS
r«lA l«.e /vrPalp FarA« usually Indicate the absence of Iron In
Colorless or raie r aces the blood) r , , p.,,
a condition which will be greatly helped by Cafier S IrOD *1111
A Bugville Jest.
Snail—"I've been tractlng up my an-
cestry." Hug—"Originated In Phila-
delphia, I suppose."
Russia "has found herself," but
doesn't know whut to do with the dis-
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