The Cushing Independent (Cushing, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 13, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 22, 1917 Page: 2 of 8
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For Infants and Children.
Mothers Know That
ALL RECORDS BROKEN IN CATTLE TICK
ERADICATION IN SOUTHERN TERRITORY
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
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Carter's little 1
You Cannot be
and Happy ^^P|!7er
Sm.ii Pin JIBr ■ PILLS.
Small l)o««* 1
A Remedy That
• Makes Life
Genuine bears signature
A-ESrSSiS CARTER'S IRON PILLS
many colorless faces but will greatly help most pale-faced people
uWI «t wo want is freedom of
speech!" shouted the man on n soap
"Yes!" answered the woman who
was leaning out of the window. "Rut
haven't we members of the Anti-Noise
association any rights at all?"
Weak, Falnty Heart, and Hysterica
can be rectified by taking "Renovine" a
heart and nerve tonic. Price 50c and ti Alt.
A company has been formed In Nor-
way for making fuel froin peat.
St. Pnul has an onk tree which 100
years ago was used as n gibbet.
OUR BOYS IN FRANCE AND
The men on the firing line represent
the pi k of our American youth. One In
four of our boys at home was sick, re-
jected because of physical deficiency.
Many times the kidneys were to blame.
If we wish to prevent old age coming
on too soon, or If we want to Increase
our chances for a long life, Dr. Pierco of
the Surgical Institute. Buffalo. N. Y.. says
that you should drink plenty of water
dally between meala. Then procure at
your nearest drug store Anurlc (double
atrength) This An-u-rlc drives the uric
add out and cures backache and rheuma-
If we wish to keep our kidneys In the
best condition a diet of milk and vege-
tables. with only little meat once a day.
Is the most suitable. Drink plenty of
pure water, take Anurlc three tlmea a day
tor a month.
Step Into the drug atore and ask for
Anurlc (to cents a package) or send Dr.
Pierce 10c for trial pkg. Anuric. many
times more potent than Uthla. often elim-
inates uric acid as hot water melta au-
gar. A abort trial will convince you.
War Behind the Lines.
In the house of commons the state-
ment was made some time ago that it
needs a man and a half behind the
line to keep one inan In the trenches;
and that is only at the front. How
many men, women and children at
home are needed to keep going the
man with the rifle and hand grenade
we can only conjecture, but if we say
ten civilians to every fighting man
we shall not exaggerate.—Simon
Strunsky in the Yale Review.
Breaka the News.
Silence gives consent, but no girl
who consented ever kept silent long
Custer, Okln.—"I am sure that I owe
my present health to Dr. Pierce's medi-
cine. During each expectant period I
used Favorite Prescription and am
sure It saved me a world of suffering.
I am a Christian and first began using
this medicine because it did not have
! alcohol In It. I recommend it to every
young mother especially. Several I
have recommended it to ra this neigh-
borhood have used it and now praise
it as highly as myself. I want to say,
too, that my little boys are fine,
healthy children, and I take pleasure
in writing this letter. Dr. Pierce's Fa-
vorite Prescription is a Godsend to
women."-MRS. MONA THARP.
Buy It now In liquid or tablets. All
druggists, or send Dr. Pierce, Invalids*
Hotel, Buffalo. N. Y., ten cents for
trial pkg. tablets.—Adv.
nlflQX A trinity of evils, closely allied, that afflict
most people, and which follow one on the
other, in the order named, until the last one
is spread through the system, leading to
many evils. But their course can be checked.
It is of great value when used promptly for a cold,usu*
■tiw checking it and overcoming it in a few days.
Ample evidence has proved that it is even of more value in over-
coming chronic catarrh, dispelling the inflammatory conditions, enabling
the diseased membranes to perform their natural functions, and toning
up of thousands is a safe guide to what it may be ex-
"""tUS or tablets—both tested by die public and approved
THE PERUNA COMPANY .... COLUMBUS, OHIO
Life wouldn't be worth the living If
it were a continuous succession of
pudding and ice cream.
Dr. B. F. Jackson, Celebrated Phyalelan,
handed down to posterity his famous
prescription for female troubles. Now
sold under the name of "Femenlna."
Price 50c and *1.00.—Adv.
A man may convince a womnn that
she is In the wrong by agreeing with
With the Pacifists.
"Terrible about the Smith de Puy
sters, isn't It?"
"What's the matter now?"
"Oh! they are constantly fighting
about which one is the more peaceably
FINE HERD OF SOUTHERN CATTLE TICK-FREE.
Canada's Liberal Offer of
Wheat Land to Settlers
is open to you—to every farmer or farmer's son
who is anxious to establish for
himself a happy home and
prosperity. Canada's hearty
invitation this year is more attractive
than ever. Wheat is much higher but
her fertile farm land just as cheap, and
in the provinces of Manitoba, Saskat-
chewan and Alberta
160 Am Homesteads Ar Actually Fret ts Stttkn
and Other Land Sold it fro SIS ts 120 ycr Act*
Ths great demand for Canadian Wheat will
keep up the price. Where a farmer can get
near XI for wheat and raise 20 to 46 bushels to
the acre he it bound to make money — that's
what you can expect in Western Canada. Won-
derful yields also of Oata. Barley and Flax.
Mimed Firming in Western Canada is fully as
proiitaUc an industry as grain raising.
The excellent grease*, fell of nntrlUon. are the only
food required either for beef or dairy ptirpoee*
1. <p.i sebooiv churchea. markets e.>nYenlenl.cUinale
excellent. There la an unusual demand tor farm
iahor to repiuce the many Tonus luen who haee
Sake alb* wm m W Ivrll
for the war Write Fur meratt.re and
G. A. COOK
2012 Main St., Kansas City, Mo.
Canadian Government Airent
Washington.—With a broad wedge
driven through the cattle tick army
right to the Gulf and with a new area
of 65,520 square miles in nine states
cleaned from tick to be freed from
federal quarantine, December 1 will
be a red-letter day for the cattle and
dairying Industry of the South.
This release breaks all records in
tick eradication. The total territory
released during the year 1917 through
the co-operative efTorts of the states
and the United States department of
agriculture amounts to 70,754 square
miles, or 20,000 more than were re-
leased In 1912, until now the record i
List of Counties Released Dec. 1.
The order signed by Secretary :
Houston provides that the following j
counties shall be released Decem-
Baldwin, Barbour, Chambers, Choc-
taw, Clarke, Coosa, DeKaib, Houston,
Itussell, Talladega, and parts of Chero-
kee and Mobile. Total released In
state, 9,£50 square miles.
Columbia, Crawford, Lonoke, Mon-
roe, Nevada, Ouachita, Pope, Prairie,
Union, White, Yell, the remainder of
Baxter, Independence, Izard, Jackson,
Lee, Phillips, St. Francis, Sebastian,
and parts of Conway, Desha, Faulk-
uer. Jefferson, Puluskl, and Van Bu-
ren. Totnl released In state, 13305
Monroe. Total released In state,
1,100 square miles.
Bibb, Brooks, Burke, Butts, Coweta,
Dougherty, Douglas Gwinnett, Jeffer-
son, McDuftle, Muscogee, Spalding,
Taliaferro and Troup. Total released
tn state, 5,559 square miles.
Caddo, Concordia, East Feliciana.
Franklin, Jefferson Davis, Lincoln,
Polnte Coupee, Washington, West
Feliciana, und parts of Orleans and
Ouachita. Total released In state,
5,883 square miles.
Calhoun. Choctaw, Covington,
Franklin, George, Greene, Hancock,
Harrison, Itawamba, Jackson, Jeffer-
son Davis, Kemper, Lamar, Lawrence,
Lincoln, Marion, Montgomery, Pearl
River, Perry, Pontotoc, Prentiss. Simp-
son, Smith, Stone, Tishomingo, Wayne,
Webster, and the remainder of Jones.
Total released In state, 13,660 square
The remainder of Northampton, and
parts of Columbus and Pitt. Total
released In state, 1,079 square miles.
Okfuskee, the remainder of Dela-
ware, and parts of Adair, Cherokee,
McClain, Mayes, Okmulgee and Osage.
Total released In state, 3,240 square
Coke, Concho, Cooke, Dallas. Irion,
Montague, Runnels, Stephens, Sutton,
Taylor, Young, the remainder of
Shackelford and Throckmorton and
parts of Crockett, Jack and Tom
Green. Total released In state, 11,836
Total Area Released.
The quarantined area after Decem-
ber 1 will Include 349,253 square miles,
compared to 728,565 square miles quar-
untitled July 1, 1906. The quaran-
tined territory will be divided as fol-
lows : Alabama, 19,918; Arkansas, 20,-
952; Florida, 49,961; Georgia, 35,324;
Louisiana. 37,824; North Carolina,
074; Oklahoma. 22,377; South Caro-
lina. 8,619; Texas, 142,918; Virginia.
To Celebrate Tick-Free Day.
Throughout Mississippi and in 90
counties and parts of counties In eight
other southern states, local olflclals
und citizens are arranging local cele-
brations to mark the dipping out of
this costly parasite of Southern agrl-
The govenior of Mississippi, by spe-
cial proclamation has declared Decem-
ber 1. when by the release of 28 coun-
ties, his entire state will be freed fron^
quarantine, a (Jay of special rejoicing.!
At the state house he will receive the
congratulations of the United States
department of agriculture for the
state's effective co-operation In dip-
ping out the tick and driving a wedge
of free territory through to the Gulf.
Congratulatory messages are to be
sent nlso to the governors of the other
states and be transmitted to each
county celebrating Its entry into the
free cattle territory of the nation.
What Tick Eradication Means to
Before the ticks were dipped out,
these parasites annually killed many
cattle with tick fever, steadily sucked
out of cattle vast quantities of blood
which should have gone to make meat
or milk; wasted, therefore, much of
the grain and forage fed to cattle |
and, finally, prevented the Introduc-
tion of non-Immune breeding stock for
the improvement of local beef and
dairy herds. Ti^e presence of the
tick barred shipments of local cattle
from the open competition of the free
pens at the packing centers and forced
their owners to sell them at a disad-
vantage from quarantine pens for Im-
mediate slaughter only.
Tick Now Dipped Out of 379,312
The South since 1906 has succeeded
In releasing from quarantine 379.312
square miles or over 51 per cent of
the originally quarantined area. Mis-
sissippi Is the fifth state to be de-
clared entirely free, the states (jf Cali-
fornia, Kentucky, Missouri ana Ten-
nessee previously having been re-
leased. Special credit, however, is due
to Mississippi because much of the
area freed was heavily infested with
tick. There remain in ' e entire South
349,250 square miles yet infested and
to be cleaned and released from fed-
eral quarantine. The example of Mis-
sissippi. however. It Is believed, will
serve as a strong incentive to neigh-
boring states to widen the wedge to
the Gulf until the tick Is eradicated
from the entire South.
To Make New Record in 1918.
That this year's record will be ex-
ceeded In 1918 and that the tick will
be banished from the nation by 1921
are strong probabilities. The states
of Arkansas and Louisiana, following
the example of Mississippi, have
passed state-wide laws making the
eradication of the tick compulsory In
every Infested county. The legislature
of the state of Texas has recognised
the Importance of tick eradication, al-
though its laws do not make eradica-
tion compulsory In its various conn-
ties for some time to come. Indica-
tions from all the tick-Infested states
are that In many sections the people
have grown thoroughly tired of the
toll the Uck is taking and patriotical-
ly are building dipping vats and mak-
ing preparations to free their cattis
during the coming year.
GREEN'S AUGUST FLOWER
has been a household panacea all over
the civilized world for more than half
a century for constipation, Intestinal
troubles, torpid liver and the generally
depressed feeling that accompanies
such disorders. It is a most valuuble
remedy for Indigestion or nervous dys-
pepsia and liver trouble, bringing on
headache,-coming of up food, palpita-
tion of heart and many other symp-
toms. A few doses of August Flower
will Immediately relieve you. It Is a
gentle laxative. Ask your druggist.
Sold in all civilized countries.—Adv.
Amateur inventors bear a striking
resemblance to their models; neither
are at all likely to work.
$100 Reward, $100
Catarrh Is a local disease greatly Influ-
enced by constitutional conditions. It
therefore requires constitutional treat-
ment. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE
is taken Internally and acts through the
Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the Sys-
tem. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE
destroys the foundation of the disease,
gives the patient strength by Improving
the general health and assists nature tn
doing its work. $100.00 for any case of
Catarrh that HALL'S CATARRH
MEDICINE falls to cure.
Druggists 75c. Testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney * Co., Toledo, Ohio.
DV1NSK AS A PIVOTAL POINT
Nerves All Unstrung?
Nervousness and nerve pains often
come from weak kidneys. Many a per-
son who worries over trifles and is
troubled with neuralgia, -rheumatic
pains and backache would find relief
through a good kidney remedy. If you
have nervous attacks, with headaches,
hnckaches, dizzy spells and sharp,
shooting pains, try Doan's Kidney
Pills. They have brought quick benefit
in thousands of such cases.
An Oklahoma Case
Mrs. Sidney E.
Okla., says: "Do-
ing heavy house-
work caused kid-
ney trouble and
my back grew sore,
and lame. For days'
I was unable to get
around and when i
piercing pains went
through me. My.
limbs ached and I1
felt all run down.;
Pills brought me.
quick relief and
three boxes cured me of every symp-
tom of kidney trouble. The cure ha.:
Get Doan'a at Any Store. 60c a Bo*
FOSTER-M1LB URN CO. BUFFALO, ti. V.
Thriving Russian City That Controls
River Dvina Valley, One of the
Dvlnsk. one of Russia's strongest for-
tified cities. Is described In a bulletin
Issued by the National Geographic so-
ciety. which says:
"With a population of 110.000, In-
cluding 30.000 Jews, Dvlnsk Is a city
of prime Importance to Russia, for it
virtunlly controls the whole valley of |
the River Dvlna, upon whose right j
bank It Is situated. 110 miles (135 j
miles by river) southeast of Riga.
"Not only Is Dvlnsk Important as a
j strategic river point, but as a thriving
j railway center. It Is the junction
point for the great arteries of com-
i merce running from Riga to Smolensk,
j an ti from Petrograd to Vilna. There
; Is also an Important railroad to Llbau.
: Dvlnsk is 332 miles by rail southwest ;
j of Petrograd.
"Dvinsk is an Important agricultural '
, center, enjoying an extensive trade in
i flax, hemp and grain. It Is nlso a big
j timber market, and Its flourishing ln-
j dustries before the war Included flour
| mills, breweries, match and tobacco
! factories, tanneries, brick and tile
] "In most encyclopedias and gazeteers
the city Is listed under Its old name
. of Dnahurg, but In 1893 the Russian
j authorities officially declared It to be
! "During Napoleon's Russian cam-
paign In'1812 Marshal Oudlnot tried
In vain to capture the bridgehead at
Dvlnsk, but the honor of taking the
city was reserved for Macdonald a few
Sold for 47 years. For Malaria,Chills
and Fever. Also a Fine General
Strengthening Tonic* —XS.tSZZ'"
Get all your hides, wool and fun arc
worth by shipping to'
CENTRAL HIDE & FUR CO.
302 East Main St, OKLAHOMA CITY
Write for tags and price*.
Every Woman Wants
FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE
Dissolved in water for douches stop*
pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflam-
mation. Recommended by Lydia E.
Pinkham Med. Co. for ten years.
A healing wonder for nasal catarrh,
sore throat and sore eyes. EconomicaL
Hai extraoit£naiyedeanmi^ and sennickk!
W. N. U., Oklahoma City, No. 47-1917.
On Level Ground.
When a man forgets to ask his wife
if she needs any money it's a sign that
the honeymoon is over.
SUITABLE WATER FOR STOCK
Supply From Stagnant Pools Is Not
Relished by Animals—May Carry
Water for all stock should be clean
and pure. Dirty water or water from
stagnant pools is at best not relished
by the stock and In addition may carry
the germs of disease. Hog cholera,
especially, may be transmitted by In-
fected wallows or by streams which
flow through infected farms.
Plan Work Ahead.
The fellows who plan their work
ahead always seem to be ahead with
COVETED BY ALL
but possessed by few—a beautiful
head of hair. If yours Is streaked with
gray, or is harsh and still, you can re-
store it to its former beauty and lua-
ter by using "La Creole" Hair Dreaa-
lng. Price $1.00.—Adv.
ill—H nttiirn and hurts yon. Relievo throat
Irritation and tlckllng.and get rid of cousin,
Irritation and tlckllng.and get rid of cousin,
osua aa* kMfMBMa by taking at once
Guarding Against a Leftover.
"Do you think there Is any excuse
for keeping a pet dog?"
"Well," replied Mr. Meekton, "I hope
they will let Henrietta keep Fldo foi
a few weeks longer. I'd hate to b«
called on to eat the dog biscuit to keef
It from going to waste."
Three Gold Nuggets Worth $1,155.
Three gold nuggets with a total val-
oatlon of $1,155, were portions of a
clean-up made recently by Patrick
Holland In his placer mine near Cof-
Tee Creek. Colo, says the Sacramento
Bee. One of the nuggets was valued
at $600. another $400 and the third
$155. These nre the largest nuggets
found In the county for several years.
The remainder of the clean-up, which
amounted to $000, was lu small gold,
several pieces of which were valued
tt $50 each.
"It is Imprudent on your part to
lenve loaded guns within your son's
reach like this."
"Oh, he doesn't even know they are
guns; he was using them for stilts the
The Boss—That item for cartage Is
all right, but I don't see why you had
to spend $4.50 for cabbage.
The Traveling Man—That was
Two Great World Grains
are combined in ihe
This appetizing blend
of Wheat and Barley
is over 98% Food.
Aunt Virginia 8ays:
To attempt to plan your life for a
year, a month, a week aliead la Just
as foolish as it would be to commence
to add up a column of figures without
knowing what more than half of them
Justice to the Innocent sometimes
demands that we expose the faults of
our neighbor, but we ought to meet the
occasion as an unpleasant duty, not as
a Joyful opportunity.
It pays to be generous If only for
the claim It gives us on the generos-
ity of others when our tloie of need
It ought #o be made a peffltentlary
ofTense to thrust upon the radiant hap-
piness of newly-married lovers the
cheap, coarse cynicism that "It wont
Some people Imagine they are disci-
plining their children when they pun-
ish them brutally for doing something
the tenth time that they have been
allowed to do without protest nlns
times before.—Farm Life.
A Married Couple.
"We can't all be rich In this world."
"No. But Isn't it fine that-we can all
know someone who. hasn't quite so
much money as we have?"
Many a so-called self-made man is
the handiwork of his wife.
*/NE Granulated Eyefid*
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