The Claremore Progress (Claremore, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 3, 1921 Page: 5 of 6
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THURSDAY, NOVMMBUK 8, 1 M. r~r.rc.
THE CLAREMORE l'KOUKE8S
STATE HEALTH NOTES
. Dy Dr. X R, Lewis
Nf'fltfc Health Commissioner
Muck* at id
Powder Co .
Contains no Alum
^0^ loi3^ew-,I>r.Pri<ac Cook Book- Us free
>'S?i IVjwder Factory,
io^liulep^yuicrire BJvd . Chicago, ill
£. JS. North spent Monday after. ONE OF THE PRETTY GHOST
noon in the city of Tulsa on busi. PARTIES OF THE WEEK
Sl^s' Carrol Donnovan, of the Now-
lin MilJwery Co., spent the week-end
in Kansas City. While there she
made some excellent selections for
the stock at the Nowlin Millinery Co.
Will SAGE TEA
If Mixed with Sulphur It
Darkens so Naturally
Nobody can Tell.
The old-tine mixture of Sage Tea
and Sulphur .'5r riarkeniuir gray,
■treated and Huu. '1 hair La grand-
mother's reeled, and folks urn again
using It to keeji- (heir hair a good,
even color, which is Qui'e Ri-nsible, as
we are living In an age when a youth-
ful appearance is of the p.r ad-
Nowaaay3, though, we <V.i.'C Uave
the troublesome task of gathering the
■age and the mussy mixing at home.
All drug stores sell the reaiil /-to-Ufe
product, improved by the r Vian of
other lngredi n'.j. o-'led "ff>-nil's Sage
Mod Sulphur CV:.i;"io_" -J." " n very
popular because nobody <■ 1 iJi-scaver
It has b^en applii J Pi: i oisten
your comb or a Fi ft brVMi \ 1 tit It end
draw thle thrw.t.;h j ■ .r hr lr, taking
one email strain! at a time; by morning
the gray hair disappears, but what de-
light# the lad'jd v.:th Wyoth'e Baz?
and P-iiphur Compound. la that, be-
eld«'& -oantlfully darkening the hair
after a few applications, U also pro-
duces that soft luptre and appearance
of abundance which Is so attractive.
This ready-to-use preparation !s a de-
lightful toilet requisite for those w'n<
«lr. ire a more youthful npnearanc.^.
in not interd.-'l for ibe cure, mltl*;.-
- - nrcvf;n!ii of disease.
A pleasant Hallowe'en party was
given Monday evening &t the home of
Dr. and Mrs. Wm, Mondy. About
seventy-five ghosts, spooks, fortune
tellers and other curious objects from
the Loyal Women's Class and the
Men's Bible Class of the Christian
Church assembled for a real frolic.
And they had 'it. The old folk were
young again and joined the younger
folk in their fancy dances and fun.
The guests first entered, the cold
storage room and then went into the
firey furnace of the old King of
Spook's Den. Games, tricks, fortune
telling and other amusements were
going on in different rooms at the
same time. It was like a six ring
circus. One was unable to take in
all, of the fun no matter how hard
he or she might have tried.
The rooms were decorated with
pumpkins, corn shocks, Autumn leaves
and bright colors, giving the guests
the Impression of being down on the
A fine lunch was served by the
Queen of Ghosts, consisting of pump-
kin pie and "all the fixings." After
three hours of mirth and real honest-
to-goodness pleasure, the guests de-
pared for their respective homes,
warm in their prais« of the fine hos-
pitality for Dr. and Mrs. Mondy,
W. L. Jeffords, president of the
Chelsea Chamber of Commerce, and
Rev. Stewart, of Chelsea, spent Mon-
day in Claremore looking after busi-
work better and last
—for bell* ud batten
—far dry benerr Ualuin*
la cIomc. cellar. wr*t.
—far Ignition on it)* Ford
um cold weather *" balkt"
n* eerW'i mmt ftm—u <hy
tommy, —td 4rr group of
MMM eli, i. m-tM.
Will > Vrif Ch, Bmd
tm 1 — mtrm t kmf
—what new airs of busv Itnpor.
tance the old doorbell puis on!
Take home a Columbia " Bell
Ringer" Dry Battery and j;iVe ycytr
doorbell a cnancc. A sir.^'r pickv-e
of double power—solid a=; a hri; t—
no connectors to fus< with. For all
bells, busiers, alarm*, heat regulator*,
etc. One Cblumbia "Bell Kmc. i"
works better and laita loiter ti -n
the wired-up group of ordinary ceili.
Sold by electricians suto ac<tss i.
and garages, hardware an.i
You cannot mUtakc the p .k:..i.
The period between October 80th
and November 6th has been designat-
ed at National Cancer Week. During
this time the fight against cancer will
command national attention. Clinics
And medical conferences will be held
all over the country'; Through the
Cosmopolitan Research-. Society of
Brooklyn, an anonymous donor has Of-
fered a price of 1100,000 for the dis-
covery of a cure for the. disease.
In the early- treatment of cancer
lies the hope of a cure. It is easily
cured if promptly recognized and at
once removed by proper treatment.
It is almost always incurable in Its
later stages; To accomplish this early
treatment, people must be taught to
fear the beginning of cancer as well
as the end.
In spite of all the efforts that have
been made to discover a non-surgical
treatment for cancer, we know of
nothing upon which dependence may
be placed except early operation. The
return of a cancer after an opera-
tion is due to the fact that not
enough of the surrounding tissue was
cut away with the cancer. Because'of
this, cancer operations have been
made so extensive that surgeons have
reached a limit beyond which their
operations cannot extend. Hence the
early diagnosis and removal before
the cancer spreads beyond the limits
of an operation.
Limitations of Radium
According to authoritative opinion,
the curative effects of radium are
practically limited to superficial or
skin cancers. But it is believed that
radium has- liaally cured no case of
advanced or disseminated cancer.
However, in the advanced stages of
deep-seated cancer radium definitely
relieves suffering. Cancer of tbe-
skin will always constitute a form of
cancer different from all other va-
rieties. In this form of cancer ra-
dium is undoubtedly superior to any
other form of therapeutic agenf, be-
cause of its direct curative action and
the simplicity of its application.
What is Cancer?
Cancer is a disease of adult life.
It is not a germ disease. It is not
hereditary nor contagious. It is not
possible to "catch" cancer from one
who has it. Cancer is of greater fre-
quency at ages over 40 than tubercu-
losis or typhoid feve. One person
In eleven over 40 years dies of can-
cer. One woman in eight and one
man in fourteen over 40 is attacked
with the disease with fatal results.
Cancer is a purely local growth, and
in the early stages Is removable and
In men, and especially men Wfy
smoke, cancer is most frequently on
the lip, tongue, mouth and about the
face. Any aore or swelling on the
tongue or mouth on a man after 4o
should be investigated. Avoid irri-
tation of the tongue by broken, Jagg-
ed teeth, and of the lower lip by clay
pipes. Many of these irritations if
neglected terminate In cancer. Cancer
of the tongue progresses more rapid-
ly than cancer of any other part of
In case of any swelling occuring in
the breast of a woman a medical man
should be consulted at once, any pain-
less lump or sore appearing upon the
body should receive the attention of
a doctor. If you notice that a wart
or mole, or any other "mart" begins
to change In appearance or shows
signs of irritation, go to a physician
and have it removed. By the time a
cancer becomes painful the best chance
of a cure has passed. But even a
painful cancer can be permanently
removed if it haa not extended too
far beyond th« place where it began.
Cancers may occur in any part of
the body. .About one-third of all
classes are of the stomach, one-fourth
of the breast and a similar number of
the female organs. A large portion of
the remainder are on the lips, tongue
It should be known that there is
: but one positive care for cancer,
whieh is early and complete removal.
Delay greatly reduces the chance of
recovery, while prompt treatment may
prevent an avoidable death.
Beware of faker cancer cures.
Every "cancer" advertisment la a
la a prescription for chronic blood
poisoning, rheumatism, tatarrh,
sciatica and lumbago. Bncourageu
perfect elimination of all watte pro-
ducts, through the akin, kidneys, sa-
livary and mucous glanda. Increases
the appetite, promotes digestion and
stimulates the absorption of nutritive
material. Removes the cause of dli -
aaae and stimulates an increaned flow
of urine, often quickly relieving
dropsy. In ecsema and skin erup-
tions usually the first remedy pre-
scribed. A remedy par escellance in
constipation, bUliousness and torpid
liver. Insist on "Number 40 Pre-
scription," made by J. C. Mendenhull.
Bvansville, Ind., 40 years a druggist.
Sold by KfiXALL DRUG STORE.
J® BREAK UP
BITMAP'S TAXATmi. Him,
tonic Plennan the boweli «nd rut-
the liver and liv m (1oli;r>
Mlinlnntlnt the cmim of the tro>i
— Ague. la'fimilti*ot
• nd nilloui Perm, Swamp fetor.
mlirged sploen. Orlnpe, Flu'
•nd *11 malarial contll
tlom. No other
t needed with
Ask your ... ....
Be nure to Ket ilie 'I!
genuine. Bottle 60a |t
Jno. Schaap & Sons J'
Drug Co., '
Fort Smith, Ark. ,
I ti eondl- ' .
druggist, ifii! ;i f.
CHILL TON I©
They* U "Hold" Hlml
Dress your boy in Kay
Overalls—save his Sunday
Clothes, Buy Key Over-
alls for real satisfaction.
Boy-proof] We guarantee
satisfaction or your money
Laderer Clothing Co.
■ M«x*r Mfg.Oo. Jlaken. Kuuu Cit,, Ma
THE 'BAKER" MAN, A
(By Lois Ball)
"Tho S. P, Baker Medicine Company
was organized in 1867, Keokuk, Iowa,
for the purpose of furnishing the far-
mers and people who live In rural
communities a line of safe and reli-
able remedies," said Mr. O. K. Fow-
ler, when interviewed by a student of
the high school, on patent medicines,
"and to treat minor ills and ailments
the human families ure most subject'
"Business has grown pid spread to
nil states of the Union, and yield al* I
most one million dollars a year, which j
goes to prove its popularity," continu-,
oil Mr. Fowler, " and in recent years
has ndded flnvoring extracts, toilet
articles, etc. People living in rural
districts find it very convient to buy
such products and household neces-
sities from the Baker man who can-
vas their territory two to three times
"We find the farmer a very pleas-
ant class of people to deal with and al-
ways seem glad to see the Baker man
coming," Mr. Fowler said, when asked
about the people. "They consider
him more of a visitor than a traveling
salesman, and are always glad to have
him stop to take meals or spend the
"On one occasion I drove up to a
house, between sun-down and dark, in
which a white family had lived the
year before. The door was standing
partly open and there was a little fire
in the fire-place and as I supposed the
family would be home before night. I
unhitched my team, put it in the barn,
and fed it, and prepared to stay all
night. As night drew on, nobody
came. I carried in some wood and
built up a fire, and lay down on the
bed to rest. Without any supper I
went to sleep. I got up the n«xt
morning and still nobody had come.
I hitched up and drove to the next
house, and learned that the white
family who had prevolusly lived there
had moved away and a family of ne-
groes now occupied the house. I never
knew where the negroes spent the
"All together I have worked in this
business about six years," Mr. Fowler
concluded, "and I find it very pleas-
ant work as well as profitable."
Notice this delicious
flavor when you
•moke Lucky Sh ike
— it's sealed in by
the toasting process
GUSS OF SALTS
SHIR US UP
ROUGH OR BED SKW
Pace, Neck and Arms Easily Made
Smooth, Says Specialist
Aay breaking out of the ikin, even
Aery, itching eczema, can be quickly
overcome by applying ft little Mentho-
Sulphur, declares a noted skin special-
ist Because of its germ destroying
properties, this sulphur preparation
begins at once to soothe irritated skin
and heal eruptione such as rash, pim-
ples and ring worm.
It never fails to remove the torment
and disfigurement, and you do not have
to wait for relief from embarrassment.
Improvement quickly shows. Sufferers
from skin trouble should obtain a
small jar' of Mentho-Sulphur from
sny good druggist and use it like cold
BOBBY FOWLER ENTER-
TAINS 63 FRIENDS
Bobby, three-year-old son of Cap-
tain and Mrs. Ira L. Fowler, enter-
tained sixty-three little friends with
a Hallowe'en party Saturday after-
noon from 3:30 until 5:30. The house
was prettily decorated for the oc-
casion in Hallowe'en favors. It was
Bobby's third birthday.
The afternoon was pleasantly spent
with children's gatiws. In the cat
tail pinning contest, Betty Lou Mc-
Clellan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J. Foreman McClellan, won first prize
for the girls and John Bayless, son
of Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Bayless won
first prize for tho boys. The favors
were stick etndy dolls with prune
heads, stuffed with nuts, dressed in
| Hallowe'en colors. In the apple eat-
ing contest two boys won the prize—
Bobby Boyd, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Boyd, and Mike O'Bannon, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank O'Bannon.
The boys received clown heads with
At an appropriate hour refresh-
If four Baek is aching or Bladder
bothtn, drink lots of water
and eat less meal
When your kidneys hurt and your buck
feels sore, don't get scared and proceed
to load your stomach with a lot of drugs
that excite the kidneys and irritate the
entire urinary tract Keep your kidneys
oleon like you keep your bowels clean,
by flushing them with a mild, harmless
salts which removes the body's urinous
waste and stimulates them to their nor-
mal activity. The function of the kid-
neys is tc filter the blood. In 24 hours
they strain from it 600 grains of acid
and waste, so we can readily understand
the vital importa :e of keeping the kid-
l)rlnk lots of water—you can't drink
o much; also get from any pharmacist
auout four ounces of Jad Salts; take
a tablespoonful in a glass of water
before breakfast each morning for a few
days and your kidneys will act fins.
This famous salts is made from the
acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined
with lithia, and has been used for genera-
tions to clean and stimulate clogged kid-
neys; also to neutralize the acids in
urine so it no longer is a source of irri-
tation, thus ending bladder weakness.
■Tad Salts is inexpensive; cannot in-
jure; makes a delightful eftervesceni
lithia-water drink which everyone should
take now and then to keep their kid-
neys) clean and active. Try this, also
keep up the water drinking, and no
doubt you will wonder what became of
your kidney trouble and backache.
It a health
Mrs. F. A. Brown, Mrs. Lult An-
derson and Miss Rena Brown, who
have been in the city on a visit to
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Brown, returned j ments of assorted sandwiches, dough-
USE SLOAN'S TO
WARD OFF Pi
You can just tell >>
tttliuuhuifb* o<l.„-. : t
going to Jo you gor-d
"*F I only had : • ! .
I nvcr.i!" ll-w d. .. •
l:, '! Ami then >..• • i
r.saltc : .v;n;;e subsi.'..;) . ... : o£
sulferii^—:'oii ft.ry-'. it!
1 do it aB i. —gel a 5 tjle to-
day and Ucp it luiruly Kr j,.-. ...jil list-
:,U! A sudden r.a..inu; coma
on—sciatica, lumbago, f.rc i:;...dfs,
L.irkiche, stiff joints, • ic.l i. th<*
yo:;.s and aches ';•■.* ->jw
I.P-. You'll SOO:; ft. •! \ . •. r<>
to their home in Canoochee, Ga.
OLD-TIME COLD CURE—
DRINK HOT TEA1
nuts, cup cakes and pop corn balls;
i were served. Mrs. Fowler was aaaist-
ed by Mesdames Chas. Godbey, Har- j
I old Boyd, Frank O'Bannon, Fred Soli- j
ers, Frank Reed and Misses Lllla
| B. Murphy, Loree and Lola Ander-
son and Amy Reed.
J The little host was showered with
many pretty presents. He appreciat-
Get a small package of Hamburg
Breast Tea at any pharmacy. Take a
tablespoonful of the tea, put a cup of ___ _ ^
time during the day or before retiring. b°y can appreciate such things. The
It is the most effective way to break occasion was a most pleasant one and
" *>■* .1- um.
Also loosens the bowels, thus breaking *olk-
up a cold.
HAVE ROSY CHEEKS
• AND FEEL FRESH AS
A DAISY-TRY THIS!
•f hot water with
phoephate before breakfast
waehee out polaone.
RUB RHEUMATISM FROM
To eee the tinge of healthy bloom
In your face, to see your skin get
clearer and clearer, to wake up with-
out a headache, backache, coated
tongue or a nasty breath, in fact to
teel your beet day in and day out, just
try Inside-bathing every morning for
Before breakfaBt each day. drink a
MISS SUSIE GOTT ENTER-
TAINS DELTA THETA8
Miss Susie Gott entertained the Delta I requires internal treatment. Rub «ooth-
Theta girls with a Hallowe'en party ^ P«£ aiing 9t Jacobs Oil" right
Monday evening at the home oTher' - ** ' "y the time
parents, Mr. and Mr*. John Gott, in
GOOD ROABS man speaks
and entirely vegetable, therefore safe TO LOCAL LIONS
J. C. Vava, „f the National High-
ways organization, spent Tuesday in
the city in the interest of this ortjani-1 glaaa of real hot water with a teaspoon
ftTirr inillftin iniKITO Mtion- H® a,sc "poke before the Mmeetone phosphate ln lt aa a
Stiff ACH N6 JO NTS ir c^v,;k! ^ sssaMfflM
1 WVII1RW at the Elks htll on good roads. Mr previous day's Indigestible waste,
Va*a is a "bug" on the good roads •®ur bU* toxins; thus cleansing.
Rah Soreness from joints and muscles problem and u concerning himself t •w**t«nln* ud pnrHjrtag the entire
With a snail trial bottle of old *•!? " . 'ng h™#elf nt alimentary canal before putUng more
a r.nnK. mi present with tho tourist problem, ge food into the stomach. The action of
otjacoos uu curing good r>a l from one given water and llmeatone phosphate on
Stop "dosing" Rheumatism. point to another and th«n - i. .et_i ** empty stomach la wonderfully In
It's pain only; not one case in fifty " , *™" *Dd tb®n advertising It deans out all the sour
this fact so that the tourists may
„ j u ,- know wh<ch th* be8t ""te to go
the north part of town. The guests!
wore masks and th* evening was
pleasantly spent with games and mue-
tc. Refreshments were served. The
hoa« was made pleasant with pretty
rheumatic pain. "St. Jacob's Oil" is
harmless rheumatism rure which
disappoints sod doesn't burn the
It takes Ln, soreness and stiff-
ness from aching joints, muscles aad
•tope sciatica, lumbago, backache,
to see on the way.
Attorney K. B. Wills spent Tueeday JJJ
Get a 35 cent bottle of
"St Jacobs Oil" frcsa
aay drag store, aad in a moment you'll
he free from Mias, aches and stiff-
PoaH mSm7 Rah
Harvey Helm, of Wagoner, spent
Sunday in the city visiting relatives
Work on the filling station being
erected at the corner of Third aad
Wenona by John Bell aad Cord Hall
is progressing niecly. It Is being
constructed of briek.
fermentations, gaaee and acidity and
gives on* a splendid appetite for break-
A quarter pound of limestone phoe-
phate will eoet very little at the drug
store but la sufficient to demonstrate
that )ast as soap and hot water
T'Tsrr— sweetens and freefaens the
akta. eo hot water and limestone phoe-
phate act on the Mood and Internal or
pas. Those who are subject to eon
ettpaHen, btHoae attacks, acid stomach
ilaemalli twtagsa, also those whos*
shfn Is sallow aad complexion paUld
am aeeared that ana week of fnMda
balhJag will hava them both looting
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