Canadian Valley Record (Canton, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 44, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 10, 1916 Page: 3 of 8
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-vn,.K VAI.I.BT RECORD CANTON. OKLAHOMA.
WHAT IS URIC ACID?
the cause of backache, rheumatism, lumbago
Ever since the discovery of uric acid
In the blood by Scheele. in 1775, and
the bad effect it had upon the body,
scientists and physicians have striven
to rid the tissues and the blood of
this poison. Because of its over-
abundance in the system it causes
lldMta, pains here and there, rheu-
matism, gout, gravel, neuralgia and
sciatica. It was Dr. Pierce who dis-
covered a new agent, called "Anurlc.
which will throw out and completely
eradicate this uric acid from the sys-
tem. "Anurlc" is 37 times more po-
tent than MMa, and consequently you
need no longer fear muscular or ar-
ticular rheumatism or gout, or many
other diseases which are dependent on
an accumulation of uric acid witatn
the body. Send to Dr. Pierce of the
Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute,
Buffalo, N. Y., for a pamphlet on
"Anurlc," or send 10 cents for a trial
package of "Anurlc" Tablets.
If you feel that tired, worn-out feel-
ing, backache, neuralgia, or if your
sleep la disturbed by too frequent
urination, go to your best store ana
ask for Dr. Pierce's "Anuric.
Dr. Pierce's reputation is back of
thin medicine and you know that his
"Pleasant Pellets" for the liver and his
"Favorite Prescription' for tha ills of
women bsve had a splendid reputation
for the past llfty years.
ON THIS TOWN
WATER POURING IN GREAT VOL-
UME THROUGH RENT MADE
BY WHITE RIVER.
RECIPt FOR GRAY HAUL
darken rtrwKed, f«ded gny toaw
An ounce of criticism Is worth more |
than a pound of flattery.
INTO TtWN OF 5.000 PEOPLE, BaU°Blue*American made. Sure to pleM«
Compound Helped Her
During Change of Life.
Rescue Train Is Rushed to Scene-
Arkansas City, Arkansas, Flood-
ed Deeper Than At Any Tims
In History of Town.
NO BUREAU OF INFORMATION GOOD REASON FOR STOPPING
Stranger Possibly Resented Fset That
He Had Been Csused 8*r e Incon-
venience to Ascertain Tme.
Youthful Angler Not Out of Patience
But of Something Thst Wss
Quite as Important.
On one of the recent stormy nights
a man was hastening home with hie
overcoat buttoned up to his neck. He
was rather anxious to know what time
it was. but he was too lazy to unbut
ton his coat in order to get at his
ust then he saw a man or well-
dressed appearance coming In the
distance, and remarked to himself
"I'll ask this gentleman the hour of
the night, and so save myself the
trouble of unbuttoning my coat."
He perceived that the stranger was
buttoned up Just as he was. When he
came up. the man who wanted to know
the time touched his hat politely and
jff • ® ^
"Sir, do you know what time It Is?
The stranger paused, removed his
right glove, unbuttoned his coat from
top to bottom, unbuttoned his under-
coat. and finally pulled out his watch,
while the cold wind beat agaiust his
Holding up the watch bo that the
light would shine upon It. he scrutin-
ized it an instant, and said:
Then he passed on without another
Hitting the Nail.
Maude—Your hat s a perfect fright.
Mabel—Yes; right In the style. Isn't
The ok! man was an enthusiastic
tSherman. To him there was no sport
like sitting dangling a bit of string at
the end of a pole. He set off in pu
suit of this hobby one afternoon, ana.
just before reaching the river, met a
lad coming back, his fishing-rod bang-
ing limply over his shoulder i
"What's this.sonny?" exclaimed the
man. In good-natured reproof. "Surely I
you are not giving up so soon? The
fishing will be better still in an hour
"I know." replied the lad, sorrow-
fully. "but I'm going home for an
"You're quickly tired." scoffed the
older angler. "Next time you come
out, bring more patience with you.
•• Tain t that, mister." the lad an-
swered. "I brought plenty of patience,
but not enough bait."
"He's an Ideal citizen?"
"What is an ideal citizen?"
"One who doesn't stop shoveling tne
snow off his sidewalk two feet inside
his line, for fear of going six inchos
ttenham—I think 1 will get a
Mrs. Benham—That's right, dear; I
1 would get It cut while I could.
Little Rock. Ark.. Feb.
White river levee at Clarendon broke
at 8:10 tonight. Water iB pouring into
the town of 5.000 residents. A rescue
train id being hurried from Brinkley to
Residents of the territory in the
Southeastern corner of Arkansas, to-
night are facing a perilous situation.
Two-thlrda of Lincoln, Desha and Chi-
cot counties are covered with water
which is flowng southward through a
half dozen breaks in Arkansas river
levees. Arkansas City, McGehee and
Lake Village and dozens of smaller
towns are flooded ar.d the high stage
of the Mississippi river adds a new
danger. At Arkansas City, the level
of the Mississippi river is 15 feet above
I the town. . .
A relief train it charge of Iron
Mountain railroad officials and Mur-
ray A. Auterbacn of Littel Rdck, rep-
resentative of the American Red Cross
society, left late this afternoon for the
flooded district along the lower course
of the Arkansas. The train carried a
great supply of food and provision*
and a big motor launch with which to
distribute the food. It was planned
to run the train aB far below Pine
Bluff as the flood will permit, after
which the party will proceed in the
Richmond, Va. - "After taking
•even bottles of Lydia E.
pound I feel like a
new woman. I al-
ways had a headache
during the Change
of Life and was also
troubled with other
bad feelings com-
mon at that time-
dizzy spells, nervous
feelings and heat
flashes. Now I am
m ~ m ■ -in better health
thm I «■ vA recomm«d yorar
remedies to all my £nends. -MnULWA
Wynn 2812 E. O Street, Richmond, va.
—" WXi'le Change of Life is a most crit-
Whenever You N«4 General Ionic riod of
Take (j >Oye I annoying symptoms wrncn accu
The Old Standard
Lawyers are so plentiful that but
few criminals get a chance H plead
Arkansas City, Ark.. Feb. 7—Arkan
sas City is flooded deeper 'han at any
time in its history and last night the
waterworks and electric light plants
were out of commission. Back water
Is seven inches deeper in the city
than during the 1913 flood and the en-
tire town te Inundated. :>cop!e are
living in the Becond stories of their
homes and on the levee and in box
X UO -
Chill Tonic is equally
eral Tonic because u tuu/*'7 "d
known tonic properties oi yUI^^4B
IRON. It acts on the Liver, Dwves out
Malaria. Enriches the Blood and Builds
up the Whole System. SO cents.
St Louis has since war began
shipped abroad $34,000,000 worth of
Trt U„D clean and healthy take Dr.
liver, bowels and stomach.—Adv.
Too many men who exceed the speed
limit In trying to get there do nothing
after they arrive.
COVETED BY ALL
but possessed by few a beautiful
head of hair. If yours Is streaked with
gray, 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-
As a rule there is fire whtre there s
smoke, but often the smoke comes
from a pipe dream.
RED, ROUBHTSORE HANDS
May Be Soothed and Hesled by Use i
of Cuticurs. Trial Free.
restored by the timciy u <= «
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. _
Such warning symptoms ares asense
of suffocation, hot flashes, he^chw*.
backaches, dread of impending^
timidity, sounds in the ears,
of the heart, sparks before thei eyes,
irregularities, constipation, vaf ^le
petite, weakness and inquietude, and
diFor?he3e abnormal conditions do not
fail to take Lydia E. Pinkham s ^ eg
1 "Hunt's Cure" is absolutely g^£nt««d
I to curt Itch. Eweraa, Tetter.
| or any Skin Disease, er purchase pm
cheerfully refund<*L Sold
I for 60c. a box. or write, A. B. Kicaanw
Medicine Co., Sherman. Texas.
V Wet Content* 15 Fluid Drachma
A Vast Army
who need sound nourishment, whether for labot-of
body or brain, hove come to know by actual test that
they can depend upon
Made of whole wheat and malted barley, thw
famous pure food supplies all the rich nutnment of the
grains, including their valuable mineral element. Pek-
ing in many foods-but mighty necessary for ener-
gizing of the mental, physical and nervous forces.
Grape-Nuts has a delicious nut-like flavour-!,
always ready to eat—easy to digest, and wonder y
"There's a Reason"
Sold by Grocery •vwyvrhei*
Nothing so soothing and healing for
red rough and irritated hands as Cutl-
W CM MO ""IMSSSS
New York Ftb 7.-The German with Cutlcura Ointment. A one-night
raider that captured the British steam- treatment works ^ers.
*>• Annam was the Ponga. accord- Free sample each by mall wltnu
lug to Capt H G. Harrison, former Address postcard, Cutlcura, Dept. U
master ot the Appam. who reached Boston. Sold everywhere^.
here today from Norfolk on the steam
ship Hamilton. With Captain Harri-
son were his officers and crew num-
bering 130, who probably will be sent
to England on the White Star liner
Captain Harrison said he had no
other recourse than to surrender when
he discovered the warlike character
of the ship that stopped him. When
the cruiser was less than two ships'
lengths away he was ordered to board
her with hia deck officars and a num
ber of his men. The name of the
raider, he declared, appeared In
English on the navigation charts
hanging in the vessel's p'lot house
chart room where he was sumoned
by the commander.
Berlin. Feb. 7. (By wireless to Say-
viUe.)—The Cologne Gazette, discuss-
ing Great Britain's claim to the
Appam on the ground that terms of
the thirteenth convention of the 1907 I
conference at The Hague annul those
of the treaty between the United!
States and Prussia, declares that the J
provisions of The Hague convention
are void for two reasons.
The first of these, the newspaper!
states ta that Great Brita'n never rat-
ified the convention and, second, that I
paragraph 2S specifically declares that
the conditions of the agreement are in!
force only when all parties at war j
have signed. )
The Gazette points out that Serbia. I
Montenegro. Turkey. Italy ard Eng-
land never ratified the provisions.
J. H. TURNER
WHOLESALE. DE&l feM IN
AI FAIT A AND V'KAIKll.
1 HAY. BAIX TIES
1 5*. W. DOUGLAS * WICHITA
"TLT'OHOT- 3 PRR
A Vegetable PreparatkHiforAs-
ting the Stomachs and Bowels of
1 Opimn,Morphine uor Mineral.
| Not Narcotic.
fmrn ofWDtSHfVFL HT&Eft
Tor Infanta and Children.
Mothers Know That
Newport New* Va„ Feb. 7—One I
I hundred and fifty-three bags of first-1
class mail from the British steamer I
Appam brought here by a German I
prize crew, were forwarded todav for 1
shipment from New York to England
I and Trance. What disposition will be 1
I made of the parcel post on the Ap-
1 pam still Is undetermined *
Mrs. Mohr Freed by Jury.
I Providence, R. I., Feb 7.—Mrs. Elisfc I
bstli F. Mohr was today acquitted of 1
I the charge of hsvini instigated ths
murder of hsr husband, Dr. C. Frank-
I lln Mohr. C. Victor Brown and Hsury
1 H. Spellmati. negroes accused of the
I actual killing, were found guilty. The
1 penalty (• life imprlioumeat. 1
tion Sour Sk>inach.DuirrlvK'«.
Worms. Fewrishness and. I
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Canadian Valley Record (Canton, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 44, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 10, 1916, newspaper, February 10, 1916; Canton, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc176070/m1/3/: accessed December 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.