The Inola Register. (Inola, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 2, 1917 Page: 3 of 4
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Tried Treatment for Three Years
but Couldn't Get Relief.
HER HEALTH RESTORED
Even My Own Folka Are Aatonlahed
That I Am Able to Do My
Housework," Saya Mrs.
One of the most sensational state-
Bunts jet published in connection
with Tanlac, was made by Mrs. V
Blalock, residing at 104 Crawford
street. Houston, Texaa, a few day a
■go. who aald:
"I suffered ao mnch from rheuma-
. Ham and atomacfa trouble for the past'
three yeara that I became despondent
and sometimes felt that life was hard-
ly worth living. I had a distressed
reeling In my atomach no matter what
or how little I ate,, My cheat waa full
of pain, my heart acted peculiar and
I could hardly get my breath at time*.
waa tired all the time and felt ao
weak and miserable that I could hard-
ly stand on my feat.
,.."Do, yon know I spent aomethlng
like four thouaand dollars during
those three yeara for treatmenta and
medicines of various kinds but found
no relief. I atarted taking Tanlac
and began to Improve with the first
few dosea and even my own folka are
now aatonlshed that I am able In ao
°rt a time to do my own housework.
Somehow It just aeemed to suit my
case exactly and It makea me happy
to think how perfectly my health la
being restored. I can eat anything I
want now and am not troubled any
more with shortness of brenth or other
signs of Indigestion. I have already
gained Ave pounda In weight and am
Improving every day."
There la a Tanlac dealer In your
texas executive arrest-
ed on serious charges
Secretary of State and Two Mora
Officials Are Alao Indicted By
the Grand Jury.
Austin.—James E. Ferguson, gover-
nor of Texas, was indicted on nine
charges of felony by the grand jury
of Travis county. Seven of the indict-
nieuts charge misapplication of public
funds, one diversion of public funds
and one embezzlement. He was ar-
rested. but released on bond.
t hurchlll J. Hartlett, secretary of
state, was Indicted on six counts,
charging misapplication of funds; C.
O. Austin, commissioner of insurance
and banking, on four counts, same
charge, and C. L. Btowe. stale super-
intendent of buildings and grounds, on
one count, charging misapplication.
Other indictmenta were returned,
but have not yet been made public.
I>uring the last half year the gov-
ernor has been the senter of a aeries
of exciting incidents. It was only last
week that Speaker P. O Fuller of
Texaa house of representat'ves 1
* " " i-A KbUISTER
DODSOW'S UVEB fOWE
New Discovery! Takes Place of Dangerous Calomel—It Puts Your Liver To
Work Without Making You Sick—Eat Anything—It Can Not
Salivate—Don't Lose a Day's Work!
I took first prize at the dog show,"
"What were you entered as?" In-
quired Woinhat with an Irritating
ainlrk.—Kansas City Journal.
For Kidneys, Liver
For the past twenty year* I have bees
acquainted with your preparation. Swaaip-
Root, and .u th<*. who have had ocr.-
* «l>cine praise the
.. . Dr. Kilmer a Swamp-Koot; ape
oaOy has It been very useful in cases of
catarrh or inflammation of the bladder I
firmly believe that it is a very valuable
medicine sad recommeadable for what it
Very truly yours,
DR. J. A. OOPPKDOK,
MM. Alanreeil. Taxas.
***• « — till Wm Da Far Yea
Send tea ce U to Dr. Kilmer A Co ,
RinKhamton, N. Y.. for a sample sue
bottle. Jt will convince anyone. You
rw*'T* • booklet of valuable
SU,D« ,bout tb* kidnev.
and bladder. When writing, be sure and
y? on .this paper. Regular fifty-cent
and one-dollar size bottles tor sal* at all
PLAN TO IMPROVE HIGHWAYS
: Ohio Townahlp Alma to Maka Roads
Mora Pleaaant to Travel Over In
Heat of Summer.
t "Coupled with n strong good-roads
sentiment In an Ohio township," says
Farm and Fireside, "la a plan to line
the roads of the township with trees.
The principal reason advunced by the
committee which baa charge of the
project la to make the roads mors
pleasant to travel In the heat of sum-
"In addition, the trees will In a meas-
ure help to keep the surrounding
ground inolst by preventing rapid evap-
oration, thua keeping down the dnst
They will shelter travelers daring
storms, check the erosion of ditches
on hills, beautify adjacent property,
and add to the general attractiveness
of land values of the community.
"Those who start auch work are not
likely to live long enough to aee their!
plana fully completed and to enjoy th« j
■hade. This fact lends a pathetic touch
to the project as well as Indicating a '
sincere and unselfish desire to be of
SURFACES FOR HILLY ROADS
8llpplngand Skidding on Smooth, Hart
Covering la an Ever-Present
. Dread Among Farmers.
Slipping on hilly roads Is one of the
unfortunate results which horses must
suffer as a result of covering the roada
with hard surfaces, while the possihlll-
. ty of skidding on these slopes Is an
ever-present dread among motorists.
A special form of paving brick, called
hillside bricks,** Is made for use on
grades exceeding one foot rise In 2 l
feet horizontal distance. These bricks
have grooves cut across their tops to
hold the shoes of the horses and the
tires of the cars, and have been re-
ceived with much favor by road build*
era. Recently the same object hoj
; been attained with bituminous roads
built on hills, by leaving them with a
T discovered a vegetable compound lhat does
the work of dangerous, sickening calomel and I
want every reader of this paper to try a bottle
and if it doesn't straighten you up better and
quicker than salivating calomel just go back to
the store and get your money.
I guarantee that one spoonful of Dodson's
Liver Tone will put your sluggish liver to work
and clean your thirty feet of bowels of the sour
bile and constipation poison which is clogging
your system and making you feel miserable.
I guarantee that one spoonful of this harmless
liquid liver medicine will relieve the headache, bil-
iousness, coated tongue, ague, malaria, sour stom-
ach or any other distress caused by a torpid liver
as quickly as a dose of vile, nauseating calomel,
besides it will not make you sick or keep you from
Holland hns 6,583,228 people. 3,270.-
MO of them males.
a day's work. I want to see a bottle of this won-
derful liver medicine in every home here.
Calomel is poison—it's mercury—it attacks the
bones, often causing rheumatism. Calomel is dan-
gerous. It sickens—while my Dodson's Liver
lone is safe, pleasant and harmless. Eat any-
thing afterwards, because it can not salivate Give
it to the children because it doesn't upset the' stom-
ach or shock the liver. Take a spoonful tonight
and wake up feeling fine and ready for a full
Get a bottle! Try it! If it doesn't do exactly
what I say, tell your dealer to hand your money
back. Every druggist and store keeper here knows
me and knows of my wonderful discovery of a
vegetable medicine that takes the place of danger-
ous calomel.—Adv. - 6
SAVE A DOCTOR'S BILL -
by keeping Mississippi Diarrhea Cor-
dial handy for all stomach complaints.
Price 25c and 50c.—Adv.
Cnltert States army has bought 4,000
Lewis marliine guns.
A draco Liquid
Screw Worm Killer
kills the worm
and heals the wound.—Adv.
Boia tep47 YMIV. For Malaria, Chill* and Few Ako
• Fine General StrengthciUng Tonic, fflTi mi ti 00
Gov®, nor Ferguson.
At the Summer Retort.
Htflla—11** I In, Frank.
—Now, there you go railing
hlni I-rank. I am hi* flnncee nod I
want you to uri(ler*fanr|. deniie. thnf I
ain tli«* only c nc around hare who haa
the Franklin? privilege.
Ought to Help You Over
Ike Critical Period.
LowalL Maaa--"For the last tbraa
Mrs I hare baas troubled with the
Chance of Ufa and
the had feelings
'• / ucituus corns-
tfaa, with beadacbea
Mid pain a food
deal of the tine ao I
waa unfit to do my
work. A friend
••ked ae to tn
aad it baa helped me In every way!*^l
ns not newly ao nervous. no headache
S ff1®-. "J that Lydla E.
Pink ham a Vegetable Compound ia the
heat remedy any sick woman eaa take.
Irregularities, conetipatioa, variable
weakness. Inquietude, aad
Mae*/ Wed wiikosi wailn
if auirra eras ram ia i*.
gwawai .r ma. bczbha,
Maklaa .ti. II Mm
called the house to meet In special
aeasion to consider whether articlee of
Impeachment should b« presented
against Ihv governor.
This was the second attempt made
to Impeach the governor in the pres
ent year. The first was in March,
when a special house committee went
into an exhaustive investigation of
executive mansion expenditures and
the affairs of the Temple (Texasi
State Hank, of which the governor for-
merly wa.« president The committee,
while condemning many acts of the
governor, held that there was not suf-
ficient grounds for impeachment.
The Indictment charging embezzle-
ment against the governor contains
only mention of the sum Involved and
the identifying date. The amount is
The charge of diverting a special
fund names Jan 8. 1917, as the date,
and refers to the special fund provided
by the legislature for the purchase of
fuel, lights, water, ice and Incidentals
for the executive mansion It is
charged that the governor did "wil-
fully borrow, withhold and divert from
Ita purpose" this fund, applying It to
the purchaae of "various goods, wares
and merchandlae (Including a ukulele)
not authorlxed by law." The appro
prlation waa frequently mentioned at
the March Investigation.
Of the seven chargea of mlsappllca-
tlon of public funds, one refers to the
sum of SI01.3&6, which was collected
by Oov O. B. Colquitt. Ferguson a
predecessor, as insurance on the build
Ing of the West Texaa normal school
at Canyon City The governor Is al-
leged to have received this sum from
Colquitt and to have placed It in tho
Temple State Hank.
The other sums and the alleged
dates of misapplication are preaented
as follows, without further data: Feb.
3. lDIS. $2,500; Jan. 21, 1S16, 15 0*1
Aug 23. 1916. ti.600; Feb 16. 1#1^
$10,000; Feb. 6, 1 I5. 110.000; Feb 13
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Rough Surface on Hilly Road.
The fellow who marries the woman
"ho never smiles need* not exjiect a
hilarious time on the matrimonial sea.
Brought It Back.
"Joslnh." said Mrs. Hawbuck, "I
hop? you kept your head while you
were In New York."
"I did. Martha," was the humble re-
ply, "but I guess It was only because
none o' them sharpers lmd any use
Love at first sight may eventually
cause the victims to wish they had
consulted an oculist.
NO MALARIA—NO CHILLS.
Plantation ' Cbill Tooic is guaranteed
to drive away Chilla and Fever or roar
money refunded Price }oc —Adv.
Love Isn't blind. A girl In love can
see ten times more In the object of her
affection than anyone else can.
Have a Private Lstch Key.
A teacher in an Indiana school says
(hat she used to think there waa a
chance for careful, sanitary folk to es-
rape germs, but since holding an ex-
amination recently she hns given up
hope. In this examination the question
"What are bacteria, and how do they
enter the body?"
And one eighth-grade pupil gave the
"Bacteria Is germs, and they get Into
the human body by means of a rusty
|| Girls! Use Lemons?
Make a Bleaching,
Beautifying Cream i
rough surface. This method of con-
struction was developed by the Mas-
sachusetts state highway commission.
According to Engineering News, the
roadbed is covered with broken stone
from two to three Inches In slse, which
is rolled until the bed Is three Inches
thick. This bed then has hot asphalt
i applied to It by a pressure distributor
«t the rste of two and three-fourths
to three gallons per square yard. This
asphalt Alls the spaces between the
•tones, but the latter are so large that
(heir tops project somewhat above the
asphalt binder and thus afford a foot-
> hold In any but icy weather.
He Was Sorry He Spoke.
"Why. you women ought to lie thank-
ful that you do not live In foreign
countries, where they yoke up women
with mules arid make them pull to-
gether," said a rough opponent of wom-
an suffrage to a gentle, but strong
"You are married, are you not?" she
"Yes!" he snapped.
"Well," she rejoined, "then foreign
countries are not the only ones in
which women ure yoked with mules."
A New "Gentle Grafter."
Petrograd.—The notorloua bandit,
Svlrdlnko. a deserter, who for weeks
past haa terrorised the town of Krem-
entchug. on the Dnieper river, haa
been lynched after committing an un-
usual crime Under the threst of
assassination. Svlrdlnko la aald to
bave extorted moaey from all newly
wedded couplea, none daring to re
fuae. Finally, being refused, he at-
tacked the wedding party at dinner,
killed the bridegroom, and wounded
the bride. A mob collected aad burned
the bandit to death.
VALUE OF IMPROVED ROADS
Value af Farm Increaaed by Getting
Crops to Market Rapidly and
Cheaply as Poaaible.
The valne of good roads Is becom-
ing more and more recognised In the
United States every day. Wise men
point to the fact that tap-line railroad
spura cannot be constructed In the
country for less thsn $75,000 a mile,
and that the cost of these must be paid
by the commodity transported over
The good roads do not cost so mnch
and are Just as efficient. Everything
that makes It easier to get crops to
the market raiaea the valne of farm
lands by making them more profitable
•o the termer.
Leada In Read Improvement.
The Automobile club of 8onthara i
California, with Ita 10.203 members,
which claims to be the largest organ-
isation of the kind In the world, de-
clarea that California la leading all
atatea In highway development,
Rural Attitude Changed.
of the automobile by tenn-
ers ha* completer changed the rural
attitude toward motoring, and tena of
thousands of men are making direct
profit* by catering to the uaasins mo-
Many people seem able
to drink coffee for a time
without apparent harm, but
when health disturbance,
even though slight, follows
coffee's use, it is wise to
Thousands of homes,
where coffee was found to
disagree, have changed the
family table drink to
With improved health,
and it usually follows,
the change made becomes
• permanent one. It pays
to prepare for the health
"There's a Reason"
The Juice of two fresh lemons strain-
ed Into a bottle containing three ounces
of orchard white makes a whole Quur-
ter pint of the most remarkable lemon
skin beautlfier at about the cost one
must pay for a small Jar of the ordi-
nary cold creams. Care should he tak-
en to strain the lemon Juice through a
fine cloth so no lemon pulp gets In,
then this lotion will keep fresh for
mouths. Every woman knows (hat lem-
on Juice is used to bleach and remove
such blemishes as freckles, sallowness
and tan and is the Ideal skin softener,
smoothener snd beautlfier.
Just try It! Get three ounces of
orchard white at any pharmacy and
two lemons from the grocer and make
up a quarter pint of this sweetly-fra-
grant lemon lotion and massage it dally
i into the face. neck, arms and hands. It
naturally should help to soften, fresh-
en, bleach and bring out the roses snd
beauty of any skin. It Is simply mar-
velous to smoothen rough, red hands,
To insure clothes of snowy
whiteness on washday just
Red + Cross
Take no imitation, but insist
on the genuine Red Cross.
All good Grocers sell it.
Large Package 5 cents.
Jonas Motor Gar Ga.
Ball4«r of High CUas Six Cylinder AMoboMIm
for catalog* and territory informUog.
DON'T OVERLOOK THE
■WICHITA. U. a. A.
Ready for Real of l£
Mr. Curd Is Inclined to pessimism,
(•artlcularly In the morning. At all
times he looks upon the works of the
iHiardiiig house cook with suspicion.
"Wouldn't you like a nice stew this
morning?" Inquires the waitress.
"We have porkchopmuttonchopllver
"Let me bring you a nice fried sole,"
"Sure, you might as well bring the
sole." he snarled. "I ate the uppers
WkMerer Tooi Need s Geacral Tone
■ev_ Tske Grovt's
Tha Old Standard Grove'a Taatslam
. Tooic ia equally valuable as a Gao-
aral Tooic bocaaae it coouiaa the well
knowa tooic properties of QUININE aad
IRON. It acts as the Liver DntM -
Malaria. Earichas the Blood aad
•P «he Whole System. 51 ceata.
That Solemn Expreaeion.
Two sailors were couiing along the
sidewalk Just ss a newly married cou-
ple came out of the church to enter an
automobile. Said one sailor: "There
goes another poor devil launched upon
the sea of matrimony."
"Yes." said the other, "and he looka
as If he expected to strike a mine any
As a proof that civilisation Is sd-
vaming. it may be pointed out that
Afri.-an traders, who used to supply
I'gnnda with rum. calico, brass wire
and bends, are now doing a flourish
| lug trade in wrist watchen.
In Our Boarding Houae.
"That new couple look as If they had
some guilty svoret."
"They have." .
"They kept house once, but they don't
aant to put themselves completely la
the landlady's power by letting her
know they didn't make a success of
that your heart's all right.
sure. Take "Reoovlne"—a heart and
nerve tonic. Price 00c and 11.00.—Adv.
At the Woman Tailor'a.
"What's all the excitementT"
"Oh. there's a pretty girl In that tail-
oring place having a lit."
Training for "Punch."
An Kngllah youngster was aaked to
give a definition of a lie.
-Ifs a Hun truth, sir," he answered.
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