The Inola News (Inola, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 39, Ed. 1 Friday, December 29, 1922 Page: 3 of 4
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t\ by Christopher g Hazard
©1922 wmtern n,*.p^d„
Keeps the Medicine with Her for Safety
19 22 Western niwjpapui union
Mr*. Carl Linder, R. P. D. No. 2, Box 44
Dasscl, Minnesota, wri tea: "I want to thank
not for P -ru-iia I would not hare been able
trJP' I,alwa3'8 take your medi
cine with me tor safety should I
Praise to Pe-ru-na,"
tablets or liquid
It's a Favored 6pot. . A
Borne years ago a Cleveland. Oblo. One could tell ^ - -lin k u
woman and her four-year-old daughter ,im * at 8 «lance thflt 'hey
were vlaltlng relatives In llve ! <**• Their clothes
— * ——- unugiucr
were vlaltlng relatlvea In Kansas The
little girl. Doris, never having heen in
the country before, was much Im-
pressed by the strange appearance of
"Who made all this grass, and who
made these chickens that are running
•round with so many feathers on?" she
stted her mother excitedly, who re-
plied : •
"Why, Ood made them, of course."
Whereupon Doris, In much astonish-
"God-Have they got a Ood out here
A cynic Is a man who laughs at the
World with tears In his eyes.
, , Sure Relief
25$ AND 754 PACKAGES EVERYWHERE
brings quick relief to scratchy.
Irritated throats. Cough eases,
phlegm cleers away, inflamed
tissues are soothed. Now— be-
fore a slight cough becomes a
seriuub ailment-break it up with
-a syrup for coughs & colds
Not a Laxative
Nnjol la a lubricant—not a
medicine er laxative — so
When yon are constipated,
not enough of Nature'a
lubricating liquid is pro-
duced in the bowel to keep
the food waate aoft and
Bering. Doctors prescribe
H act* like
t h I ■ natural
thus rep lac ea
It. Trj it to-
[ a lubricant-not a laxative
Larpe Can 25f
were new, hut not exactly modish.
Then again their hagguge hinted that
they were rural folks. The way that
Ma a fringed shawl, wrapped about
some excess raiment, was strapped to
the heavy hag that "Pa" carried, sug-
gested the country. They took seats
toward the front of a Staten Island
ferryboat, both pufllnf for wind The
old gentleman gated out the door, and
as he observed the vehicles on the
deck he nudged his wife.
"There's something new, 'Ma,'" he
"What's that. Par' she asked, as
she craned lu*r neck to see.
"A horseless ambulance," ex-
plained Pa, with a tone of pride in
nls superior power of observation.
a feeling of security
. To" «tur*I1y fed secure when yon
know 'bat the medicine you are sbout to
£*1,U, *bK,'ui«1y p<" *nd contains no
harmful or bsbit producing drugs.
n~U,Cht*jm®d"iine U ^ Kilmer'. Pwamp-
Koot, kidney, liver and bladder remedy
The same standard of purity, strength
and excellence is maintained in tvery Lot
tie of Swamp Root.
Stable b^fie,llr COmP°UBd-1
it u not recommended for everything.
It is nature's great helper in rslievin,
Rubier"0""0* kldUey' ',Ver and bUd<*"
A sworn statement of purity is with
££ Ut,le of Dr- swmiv
h.Ve fh." ,°Td * "edicine, you should
in hntH ( . "*le Ht "" dru*
in b ittles of two sizes, medium and large
However, if y„u wish first to trv this
gfest preparation send ten cents to Dr
Kilmer A Co., Binghsroton, N. Y., for a
-mple bottle ^ ^
and mention this paper.-Advcrtisement.
Spicy If Not Caustic.
Before the silly season closes we
must reprint the following from the
American Mutual Magazine:
Man (In drug store)—I want Mine
''rugglst 'i ou mean concentrated
Man—It dotis nutmeg any difference.
That's what I camphor. What's It
Druggist—Fifteen scents. I never
cinnamon with so much wit.
Man—Well. I should myrrh myrrh!
Yet I ammonia novice at It.—Boston
HTIME, to be ever young, is bom again
A With every year, and thus he flaunts his youth.
Were he incarnate once alone, sun then
He evidently would be old. in truth.
Thus is he envious, yef all his frost
But poles the crimson banner of the rose;
It laughs upon his spiteful labor lost.
Renewed in fragrances when winter goes.
Nor knows the urchin the interior star
That, all untouched by him, wUI yet attain
Its heaven, and from its glorious heights afar
Will twinkle down and smile at him again!
«D. ! . Wrtl.ru Newspaper I'niun.)
HT friends are all Importunate
Tl.at this year limy he fortunate.
They Wta\e a special wishing spell
A limit Itsi- vim v . .. '. "
a I ' . . V tailing fill
About this y«*nr to iru*r«l it well
Lost any harm should come to thee
Because ol.l Time says "Twent "-three''
,ra e Hnd good chter attend thla y. ar
And rout all shapes ut doubt and fear.
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASIOICIA, that famous old remedy
for Infanta and children, and aee that It
In fee for Over~HO Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Caston*
No Longer the One and Only.
Robert had been the youngest mem-
ber of the family for some little time,
and as Is usual In such cases had
held the center of the stage as far as
thai family was concerned, lie was
somewhat puzzled, therefore, when a
little brother came to take his place.
One of the neighbors seeing Itobert
oil the street shortly after the event
"aid to him. "What have you got over
to your house?"
•Ts got another Wobert." the child
But It will be Well not to put t<a> much
faith In resolutions, ltesolutlons Ure
often the vapors of auto-UitoxIcntlon.
They are the rainbows that succeed
the last Storm, before the tears have
dried up. They are the huh.a that we
place tipoii our heads too soon. They
are the thin Ice thai glitters but lets
There is more power in resolution.
If a man can overcome himself he has
conquered hi* worst enemy, lie ulll
have to use both fists to knock himself
out and both feet to kick himself out;
he will have to get himself down and
sit upon himself before he can be
This Is worth while, but It Is un- j
pleasant and difficult. Resolutions are '
apt to fall before it or he entirely for- '
gotten, but resolution can do It and
have force lo spare. As a poet has
Bo nigh la grandeur to our dust.
So near is Hod to man.
When Duty whispers low. Thou must,
Tlie youth replies, 1 can.
(£. 1922. W.slern Newspaper Union.)
>T by mourning because life
cannot be all springtime. Not
by thinking that youth can be
powdered, painted, dressed and af-
fected Into renewal. Not by looking
backward and living u[>on reminis-
cence. Not by counting up our losses.
In fourfold beauty life Is on the
wing. As well try to change the course
and succession of seasons as to hold
back the progress of oar ages. Spring,
summer, autumn, winter are not only
for nature, but for human nature. No
one Is deceived by Imitation when we
are not Just as young as we used to be
Hading pictures and n passing show
"slings and arrows of outrageous f„r.
tune," are Just the differences In life's
But every season has Its own pecu
liar beauty. Every day of every year
is really a gem on Time's finger. There
is even a majestic and terrible beauty
In a storm. In the long monotony of
the doldrums at sea one could hall a
cyclone. In the dusty glare of pro-
trude,! drought a flood could be wel-
' «ned. In too much of any s.-ason the
Wish arises for the rest of I he pro-
gram. Change opens up new vistas
of the scenery of our histories. The
afternoon of life is meant to he a pleas-
ant outlook upon Its harvest fields a
gathering In of that wealth of produc-
tion that requires time and patient toll.
The enjoyment of that richness of
character tl„,f |« KiVFn onlj. fo ,
experience. Wisdom can never be
hastily acquired. Nothing can be done
In less time than It fakes. Kvon liod
must wait until fall for a ripe apple.
a Hundred Calories
in About 91
EAT a box of little raisins when
you feel hungry, lazy, tired or
In abcut 9% seconds a hundred
calories or more of energizing nutri-
ment will put you on your toes again.
For Little Sun-Maids are 75%
fruit sugar in practically predigested
form—levulose, the scientists call it.
And lcvulose is real body fuel.
Needing practically no digestion, it
Jets to work and revives you quick.
Full of energy and iron—both good
•nd good for you. Just try a box.
▼ ?£'Wheat gro^l fettle a
Hdppy Home oj Vour Own
A~i? Farms "nd Happy Homes await those who are
the,r Present resources and securing for
komes in a country that, while yet in its infancy, has
exMU<^ ofaS°l'.9ve «^qUal,ty °f ^ ^ il Produce> «" «>y the
There are Millions of Acres
L pun tboe land* can be grown .h* bet of , heat, o.t , b«rlw. flVx^JThlTtoSS
J Cattle winter in most places without
•helter. dairying is hj*hly successful.
Taxes only upon land (not on im-
provements). Perfect climate, sttrsc-
fci>«il wM, Ait ru aad BrltlakColo*.
nducad nllwaF nM, ate., ntit ts
F. a HEWITT
2012 Mais St t.wii City,
Dc KING'S PILLS i
Same as a Razor.
"You're a pretty sliarp boy. Tommy."
"Well. I ought to be. I'a takes me
Into his room and stn>ps me three or
lour times a week."—Boston Tran-
No ugly, jrlmy streaks on the
clothes when Ked Cross Hall Blue 19
nsej. Good bluing gets good resulta.
Clear Your Skin
*«s2S«. Oiatmt 25 mi 50c. Tikvi2Sc.
Su w U U I boiiie Of V) R o Hair
• u clu 7nL hriu* hmcU «e>oe
«U <lrulT At mil auod Uruarlxa,
°* from fS. tm.
., . |s._WW uiher ►rillt nnd < rti«iu*>tital Tfrrl
t1?,**•!?'"■ fr^- Nursery m fe.ntb
"••U Tesas Hiifsery Oo.. Mog Xm. Hboruien. Trsas
I wullry. llurka lurkf) i la
'. n K • •aiitm.nt lo A A K lu
' iilMlnn i HI uhm li. f- f your .iir
tl"cuioiiM,".,,,t"- W WKI.«". I'ISri.M
st.ll Co.. 1«1« t.rn.r Si. UII >ukN. W l
To Insure glistening-white table
linens, use Bed Cross Ball Blue In your
laundry. It never disappoints. A: all
The Whole Story.
"What are the salient details of this
"The husband who didn't understand
Is suing for divorce from the wife,
who wasn't understood."
"And he has named as co-respondent
the man who didn't understand, either,
hut thought he did."—Birmingham Age
w.LLn.,„„, zsssszsx, 1 star's?~■—
touch the guest towel, for I have | l" wer of choice hitherto denied, and srocers carry't—Advertisement.
ntH'n th * error i>f my wnyn. and now to have time nod opportunity to do hk
know that puent towels are to U> one likes, rather than as he must.
seen l ut not une<!; yea, nut even for these are much. To have acquired new
a newly NtiaviMl face. * "
I will revercnce the parlor
No man ever does n* much today as
he Is frolng to do tomorrow.
Look to Your Eyes
Beautiful Eyes, like line
Tcech, f« «Kc retult o( Consult
Care. Ihe daily um o4 Murine
~akM Ftm t lr«r anJ Radlanc,
Oofshlc. Harmlra*. Sol J and
tnd«d by All PruegtKft.
verily, no cigar stumps n >r ashes
shall I leave behind me, nor shall
1 lay my head upon the sa<"ed em-
I will reform. The socks that are
taken off at night, even so shall the.v
he picked up by me and put Into
the lalindr.v hnsket.
I will be thankful. Kor the cut glas« •
herry bowl and the mahogany new- 8
log table, for the synthetic toilet
lotion, for the belligerent cigars; for ' fi
these Christmas gifts, will I show V*
I will not an«wer back. Yes. though S
the hills of the New Tear morn are <£
mighty as mountains, snd I will
walk In the shadow of bankruptcy,
I will not lift my voice against thee.
I will not complain. N't., though gott-
la«h and criM|iietten he handed to
me even tinto the third evening, I
shall hold my peace, and my desire
for porterhouse shall lie no Wore.
I will not struggle. That good will
may abide throughout the coming
year, I cheerfully resolve to obey all
the rules of the Institution which
harbors me. Amen.
A Safety Oepoalt.
The Prestidigitator—Ha. hn ! Didn't
. . . know you had all that nionev In v..or
pou or* of thought und to have time whiskers, did you? * j
for hooks, lo hohnrh with >, few Mr. I.ongbrush— Yes. I did I hid '
cron es, to have a little something to that money there so my wife wouldn't 1
db. to .11 on the p,.rrh nnd the find It In my pockets. „ d h o p"
world go hy. to look beyond the set- I ——— I
for Covtjiis & CMi
Try Piso's—e«toa I
Wyly qmtck re* I
•Oc everywhere. I
ting sun to a new day. and beyond the
coming winter to a new spring nil
thexe nnd more may mean that nge
has kept the best wine until now'
Watch Cuticura Improva Your Skin. Mk f I I SB ■
On rising and retiring gently sm.^r MX I IVl
the face with Cutleurn OlntmetJ
Wash off Ointment In Ave minutes
— I with Cutlcnra Soap and hot wnt..r t
Is wonderful what Cuticura will do „
5 '«"• Poor complexions, dandruff. Itching M
and red rough hands.—Advertisement
M Some men <-an't stand prosperity;
^3 hut If h man is pros)>erou8 he can
•5 aff( rd to sit down occasionally.
MARfHA R THOMAS
'J'HE calendar it a curious hu-
NOBLE PURPOSES COUNT
Cut ant the long string of New Year
resolutions and substitute for tbetu n
few strung, noble purposes.
man document when you
•top to think about it. Ju«t an
eaaier way of reckoning than
the counting of moons and mm,
and a very important matter it
is, too. A calendar is the direc-
tor of man's affair*, the "con-
sulting engineer" always to be
interviewed before arranging
life, whether it is a dinner or
business appointment, m siege j
/ with the dentist or a trip J
• abroad. It is the grand refer-
! book; a silent, inanimate
t thing composed of twelve pages
' o* sections with black marks on
. them. Probably no other book, |
small, lias ti many
rss^sn er commands the re-
spectful interest enjoyed by its
<C. IMI. W .t.ra N.wspsp.r t'al.m.) I
fimm«i iSis. 1a1ata.>Vr|f|WBmww)t)()j)W|j
Quickly relieve* the dl«trea
in* Paroxysm. foe
y#ar* *u«! remit of loua
e* frlfiioe 1q irr imftl| 0)
Uiro t a ixl lung dlitfagf* bv
S- Uul,d TRIAL
BOX. Treatl e on Asthma, it*
csueea, tr-ntuirnt, eu« , arnt
tWata. s T^vTS^Tvrt:^
W. N. U.. Oklahoma City, No. m-i«m
"My beau It* ig particular,
About the way T m draaaad,
So Ma«(ie uses FaulUau SUrdt,
So 1 out look my bait."
iqc changet u$t Yur's Frock to lltw
■ " w Putnam Fadeltss Dysa-dm sr ttata sa you wlab
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The Inola News (Inola, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 39, Ed. 1 Friday, December 29, 1922, newspaper, December 29, 1922; Inola, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc180945/m1/3/: accessed January 25, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.