The Calumet Chieftain (Calumet, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 14, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 31, 1918 Page: 4 of 8
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Calomel Today! Sick Tomorrow!
i Guarantee Dodson's Liver Tone
T>nn't take vasty, dangerous calomel when bilious,
i -itrd. headachy. Listen to me!
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LESSON FOR N0VhM31R 3
( . ] makes you slcl; ; yoil lose a
•Jaj's work, t'aloinel Is quicksilver
und It salivates; calomel injures your
If you lire bilious, feel lazy, sIur-
1. ti Mitl nil Knot ki ll out," If your bow-
■ Ik lire constipated ami your head
uclii i or stomach Is sour, Just take a
ponuful of harmless Dodson's Liver
Tone Instead of using sickening, sall-
v-iiIng ealoniel. Doilson's Liver Tone
Is real liver medicine. You'll know It
next morning because you will wake
up feeling fine, your liver will be work-
ing, your headache ynd dizziness gone,
your stomach will be sweet and bow-
els r< : ul i. Von will feel like work-
ing. You'll be cheerful; full of vigor
Your ilrii 'u'l. ' or dealer sells you a
■bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone for a
few cents under my personal guaran-
tee that It will clean youi wu ,: !>
liver belli r than nasty calomel; it
won't make you sick and you can eat
anything -you want without being sali-
vated. Your druggist guarantees that
each spoonful will start your liver,
clean your bowels and straighten you
up by morning or you get your money
back. Children gladly take Dodson's
Liver Tone because It is pleasant tast-
ing and doesn't gripe or cramp or
make tlieiu sick.
I am selling millions of bottles of
Doilson's Liver Tone to people who
have found that this pleasant, vege-
table li'-er medicine takes the place of
dangerous calomel. Huy one bottle on
my sound, reliable guarantee. Ask
your druggist about me.—Adv.
Sick mt Suffer
T.i i |m <1 irk net worth rrnirh to tho
m i ti • r uoiuan with un acld-stomnch.
' id 'i iut< li kills Ainhli ion,
I v, i \>iirugt'. Ii >:i|' - (ln sirriiiclh < f
n > st body iinjiuvcrlaht s tho
• • >1 inm-s untold siitTt ring -tnnkeg
un us wc.ik, unlit und brings on pro
in.ilure old ago.
You ki "\\ wint neld mouth dooa to
th mid (.'inns Imw tin at Id literally
r ■ i> t ' :li the hard • n itiiel. euiiHlng
(i ■ h Hi to d- i\ .lust tuuiKim\ ninii,
hat ! v.h- nn • Id m >inarh must do to
ti «!. i lite <rjriinliut loo of the Htoniach.
>iii ;"ii >f pi opto jir« wenk and unlit*
ii. all tin- 11 in' ■. in one w iy or au-
i! tin auperaclditj "i acid stomach*
I hoy d> nM st'i'in dnngerously nl<-k.
.*it -1 uiliiikr Culm; through lift woitk,
iistP-s, drugging one foot after anothor.
The,\ n lorvoim und irritable; lack power
and puni h, frequent h havo sevoro at-
of Mltidlh splitting bcadaclii s;
• ibjt ■ t to tits of in* lam holla and mental
d< prosslon. And neurh always their
Kt-onachs are out of ord.r, oven though
many experience no aetual storaaeii palna
-dlirostion poor- ih'voj getting amwhere
nr.ir the .''nil strength from their food.
So, you vrr, it's Just this -acid s'oin
:i< li rl'i.-it is holding s.« many people l a« k
11 idug up tin1 stroimth ti • v .sh.iuld
IT" t from t'.ilf food- taking away their
vi. • in i \ 11a 1 ii \ leavin^ them weak
tfivt rid of the exeen* nold. That's
the sroivt of K"od health and is the only
wn.\ to obtain ooiI digestion and assbn
I la t Ion It Is tin' right way to lie well und
kiM-p strong. Ordinary tonics won't do
an\ lasting good. The host thev ran do
ii to spur up your appetite. When tho
Htitnulatinu effect a wear off, you are
Worse off than ever.
A modern remedy makes it possible
to remove cmtss a. id without tho slight-
est (IIm urn for i. It Is called KATt > \ I • *,
in tho form of pleasant tasting tablets.
Their action in tho stomach is a good
deal like a piece of blotting paper taking
up a drop of Inl. they lit« rallv absorb
the injurious excess acid and carry it
away through the intestines.
Ueglu using EATONIO right now—to-
da j and get "'i the road to boundlng(
yIkoious, vibrant health. Thousands upon
thousiinds of people who have used
EATONK! are enthusiastic In Its praise.
They say they n? ver dreamed that ntiy
thinu' could bring them such quick relief.
F.ATONIC is absolutely gunranteed ho
u* t a big r Oe box from yuur druggist. If
It does not help you your money will be
refund.m1. If > ur druculst does ind keep
EATON in, send your name and address to
the Eatontc Keiuedy Company, 101S S.
Wabash Ave., Chicago, III., and they will
at once mail you a Sue box und you can
Bend tlieni the inoii. v for it after vou re-
Always Something Doing.
A\'iili- llow do you like army life?
Quite a n111i11 >• of new turns for a
fellow to : i t used to, I supviose.
(i111is ^ i.ii bet. At night you turn
111 and us as you are about to turn
aver somebody tufns up and says
'turn out." Life.
Churches and Theaters.
For every loo.uon of the population
nf London there are lo piac - of wor-
ship and six theaters.
(Jeese hold a sector in tile line * f
the poultry army that makes war
;:cr;iinst waste When the filet:
taken into consider,
i and for geese Is 1
. Kteuds over practi il
year, that geese excel i
ot poultry as producers
ot which the world sta
in dire need, and that
n that the tie-
lly the whola
all other kinds
if fat, a thing
ds at present
heir value as
*s i> considerable, the lin-
all adequate number of
TO INSTANTLY RELIEVE
OR MONEY RLFUNDED — AiK ANY DRUGGIST
Si nature ot
« qv • ti if limit's Snlvo
in tho trcatnn nt of K
r, Ringworm, Itch. etc. J)««n't
;iio o "ther
Itnients : • 1 limit's Sulvo
1 hundreds ot
lose on our M
■' f,' larmtte. Try it nt our r
U II A V. Pi i it droc
B. HicharUs Co., Sii ruian,Texas
kee.-.' In the poultry scheme bueomes
apparent, tieesi, take their living in
large part from grasses of the iias-
tnre and from otherwise helpless ref-
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTOUIA, that famous old remedy
for infants and children, und see that it
In Use for Over ,'ltt Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
\i> diictor warns me not to over-
"Any objection to that?"
"Nn. only 1 coal,I have gotten the
same mlviee from Mr. Hoover for
1'ive out «if the last liflie czars of
liussin have been assassinated.
for MALARIA, Ci I ILLS and FEVER
SOLD FOR 50 YEARS.
ALSO A IINC GENERAL STRTNGTHfN«
ING TONIC. Sold by All Drug stores.
APPETITE AND GREED.
LESS*..:. Th-XT-C is St.:-7-:!4
GOI.DION TEXT—I ■ n that strlv-
etli foi 11 hi mastery i t' li:!" !'". In
things. Now they do It to obtain cor-
ruptible crown, but we an incorruptible.—
1 Corinthians :2.r..
DEVOTIONAL nr. \DING-Humans 14:
ADDITIONAL MA'IIRTAl. FOR
TEAC1IEHS—I Corlnti ' S:U:i; 10:£!-33;
1. Boys With a Difference (v. 27).
Esau and Jacob were In decided con-
trast. They differed In appearance
and disposition. 1 ;iit was a cunning
hunter, a man of the field. Jacob was
a plain man, dwelling in tenls. They
were born that way. Kvery child born
into the world possesses n peculiar
bent which we call individuality. No
two are exactly nlll<e, even twins like
Esau and Jacob. The wis.- parent,
the wide-awake teacher, the educator,
seeks diligently to discover that pe-
culiar individuality a .1 to jrive It di-
rection according to the laws of its
own being. This ti nt is the basis of
character. Neither Esau nor Jacob
is an ideal perse:,ality. "Both are
II. Parental Favoritism (v. 28). |
Isaac loved Esau because be did
eat of ills venison. lie ought to have
Joved hitn becausi he was his son,
but It is a sad commentary upon a fa- ,
ther that his love for his son had such
n sordid basis as that of Ids stomach.
Isaac, however, y\: ; like many today
whose love is secured through their ap- ;
petltes. Rebecca loved Jacob, though
we are not told why Perhaps it was
because of his cunning. In this re-
spect he was like his mother, who
practiced crnftlnes- to a finish on her
husband. Cleverness is a bond which
strongly binds together many people.
Many hold the respect of their friends
because of their shrewdness, irrespec- |
tive of their moral qualities. Parents
should treat their children alike. To
show partiality is both unwise and j
unjust. Even whefi children possess
peculiar qualities which call forth pa-
rental affection, it should never be made
manifest that preference is made.
III. A Birthright Sold (w. 29-84).
1. Esau's profanity (Ileb. 12:10-17). j
ITe sold his birthright for a bowl
of pottage. The birthright was the
right of being at the head of the patri-
archal family, a position of honor and
Influence, as well as being the inherit-;
or of a double portion of the father's J
estate. This being a gift of God
should not be despised. He came from
hunting physically exhausted. In this
moment of distress, he thought only
of that which promised Immediate sat-
isfaction. Tie was willing to relin-
quish all claim upon the future, if
only liiiB present desire could be grati-
fied. A profane person is one who
for the enjoyment of the present will
forfeit all claim upon the future. He
would gladly gain both worlds, hut
seeing that mess of pottage he lets go
of the future for the present. Swear-
ing is profanity, but not the most com-
mon. Tn lie under the sway of appe-
tite is to be profane. What profan-
ity about us! For a moment's sin-
ful pleasure men and women are
throwing away Jjinoeenee, happiness,
and their souls eternally. This is
most serious, for acts are irrevocable.
2. Jacob's cunning. It was right that
Jacob should have the birthright, for
it was according to God's plan which
had been pronounced (v. 23), but his
scheme to get it Is to be condemned.
He took advantage of his brother's
weakness to drive a sharp bargain.
The same thing is practiced when un-
der the force of necessity unlawful In-
terest is exacted, or property is bought
under price because one is obliged to
To get rich at the expense of anoth-
er Is to practice Jacob's sin. Modern j
competitive business methods to a de-
elded extent are of this type. Let each I
one ask: "Is my name Jacob?" The j
end never justifies the means. .God
said that th.' cider should serve the
younger. It was his plan that Jacob ,
should be at the head, but God was ;
able to bring his own plans to pass.
He did ii.it need the scheming of ,Ta-
cob and his mother to further his
plans. To do evil that good may come
Is always wrong.
IS HUMANITY'S GREATEST FOE
It Is alwivs a terror to old people rind a menace at some time or another to
ever* human bemn. youna or old. It Is tn forerunner ot more Ills and suffer-
Ina than almost any of NATURE'S DANCER SIGNALS and should never be
•illowcd to no unheeded. At the very first Indication of constipation net DH.
TUTT'S LIVER PILLS which for 72 years has been successfully used for this
most prevalent of all disorders. For sale by druggists and dealers everywhere.
Dr. Tuffs liver Pills
Understanding the Bible.
I believe that the Bible 1 to be un-
derstood In the plain and obvious
I meaning of its passages; for I cannot
| persuade myself that a book Intended
for the Instruction and conversion of
: the whole world should cover Its true
! meaning in any such mystery and
: doubt that none but critics and philos-
| ophers can discover it.—Daniel Web-
anci tile Swift
What would you consumers think
of a wheel without spokes ?
What would you think of a man
who would take any or all of the spokes
out of a wheel to make it run better ?
Swift & Company's business of
getting fresh meat to you is a wheel,
of which the packing plant is only the
hub. Retail dealers are the rim—and
Swift & Company Branch Houses are
The hub wouldn't do the wheel
much good and you wouldn't have
much use for hub or rim if it weren't
for the spokes that fit them all together
to make a wheel of it.
Swift & Company Branch Houses
are placed, after thorough investiga-
tion, in centers where they can be
successfully operated and do the most
good for the most people at the least
Each "spoke" is in charge of a man who
knows that he is there to keep you supplied
at all times with meat, sweet and fresh; and
who knows that if hfe doesn't do it, his com-
How much good would the hub and the
rim of the Swift "wheel" do you if the spokes
were done away with?
Keep Your Pledge
p\ Make Good for Our
^ p) Fighting Men
§ BUY WAR-SAVINGS
Swift & Company, U. S. A.
If there was any way to make more
perfect flour than Heliotrope this
mill would be grinding it out.
Blind People in England.
There are estimated to be in (treat
Britain 16,850 blind males and K'>,G."iO
When llnby is I fettling
0K11VHS uun MiAVUl VHOKl'-i ■■ If. rr,.-
the SK'iuu.'li and Bowt'l trouble), l'crfootlj luirui-
less. See dlrectionb on tho bollle.
A full-grown elephant can carry a
load of three tons upon Its back.
When Vour Eyes Need Care
Try Murine Eye Remedy
No Smarting — Just Kyo Comfort. 60 cents at
Druggists or mail. Write i«<r Kn o H>«> Hook.
lUlhlNt E\'£ REMEDY CO.. CHICAGO
Is milled under the most careful and
accurate methods. Every detail of
the making of Heliotrope is watched
with the greatest care. You will better
understand its superior quality after
using one bag.
SAY HELIOTROPE—To Your Grocer Next Time
Oklahoma City Mill & Elevator Co., Oklahoma City
Protect Your Sfocl
by using The EAGLE Vaccines and Serums
Rlocklt'ii I" iltruto Dluckleij Aiidrrsslui
Urinorrliaiiic Septicemia Swine I'laiiui
Write for particulars
THE EAGLE SERUM CO.. Oklahoma City. Okla
A toilet prepnration of merit.
Helps to eradicate dandruff.
For Rentoring Color nnd
Beauty todrnyor Faded Hair.
6Q<~. and at I'rugrlnta.
SWAMPLAND LIVER PILLS "DO'
| W. N. U., Oklahoma City, No. 44-1918.
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