The Chattanooga News. (Chattanooga, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 13, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 26, 1921 Page: 3 of 4
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THE CHATTANOOGA NEWS
Watch Your Kidneys!
That "bad back" is probably due to
i/eak kidneys. It shows in a dull,
throbbing backache or sharp twinge*
when stooping. You have headaches,
too, dizzy spells, a tired, nervous feel-
ing and irregular kidney action. Don't
neglect it—there is danger of dropsy,
gravel or Bright'* disease! Use Doan's
Kidney Fills. Thousands have saved
themselves more serious ailments by
the timely use of Doan's. Ajk your
An Oklahoma Case
F a i r
time 1 ovi'i
at my work.
were brought to my
attention and a Ho-
using them. I was riti of th< trouble
They put my kidneys in good condi
Get Doan*s at Any Store, 60c c Box
FOSTER-MILBURN CO.. BUFFALO. N. Y.
CHIEF JUSTICE WHITE IS DEAD
WAS HEAD OF SUPREME
COURT ELEVEN YEARS.
His Ascension to the Bench Was the
Climax of a Long Career With
Many Honors Attained.
Washington — Edward Douglas
White, chief justice of the United
States supreme court, died at a hotv
pitalj where he submitted to an oper-
ation. He was 76 years old.
The chief justice was unconscious
for several days, when.acute dilation
of the heart occurred. Up to that
time the attending physicians had
NEW AMERICAN ENVOY TO
ENGLAND SPEAKS AT THE
PROMINENT NOBLEMEN SPEAK
He Spoke of the League of Nations
and Made a Strong Plea for the
Close Co operation Between
Our Two Great Countries.
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67 w y
Used to It.
"He doesn't seem to uilnd a tiling
people say when lie is addressing Ids
ball preparing to drive."
"No. lie's used to having sarcastic
remarks flung at htin."
"Yes. He does the carving at dinner
time at his house and his wife has
n large family."
The AntUcptlc Powder lo Shake Inl. Your Shw§
And sprinkle In the Foot-!
Bath. It takes the stlng<
out of Corns, Bunions,
Blisters and Callouses,'
and gives rest and com-
fort to hot, tired, sinart-
More than 1,.100,000
pounds of Powder for
i the Feet were used by
our Army and Navy!
t> during the war.
s-' Jb — Allen's Foot-!
'-yTKase, tho j«>w-<
der for the feet.
.takes the friction from the shoe, fresh-
ens the feet and gives new vigor. ,
, Nothing relieves the pain of tight or
new shoes bo quickly. Soldeverywhere.
Ask lor ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE J
Vf * '
t A. *
Edward Douglas White
for a rapid
the Pilgrims So
veloped in far
80 Years Old
Now Feels YounjJ After
Tukinj£ Eatonic for
"I had sour stomach ever since 1 had
the grip and It bothered me hadly
Have taken Eatonic only a week and
am much better. Am 80 years old,''
says Mrs. John Hill.
Uatonlc quickly relieves sour sinni-
neh, indigestion, heartburn, bloating
and distress after eating because it
takes up and carries out the excess
Acidity and gases which cause most
stomach ailments. If you have "tried
everything" and still suffer, do not give
up hope. Eatonic has brought relict to
tens of thousands like you. A big box
costs but a trifle with your druggist's
■ Fascinatingly Fragrant ———
So»p 25c, Ointment 25 •■<! 50c, T.lcnm 25c.
hoped for a rapid recovery
operaton for bladder t roubh
After the unexpected relapse the
physicians did not expect the chief
justice to live.
Death was said to be due directl> j
to complications which developed aft j
er the operation.
Justice McKenna and other of Mr ,
White's associates in the supreme
court called at the hospital when it ;
became known that his condition woi-
serious, but did not enter the room
I as the chief justice was unconscious
! Chief Justice White of the I'nited
i States supreme court was regarded
' ;ts the embodiment of his high olfice.
j In the earlier days of his occupancy
I 0f <v,e bench, he 0,w rep»i»ii<>n 1,1
! being a fastidious dresser; and cou
! pled with this human trait, he was
' fond of outdoor exercise.
He was a Koman Catholic in reliis ;
ion, having graduated from the Jesuit
I college in New Orleans, and at
! Georgetown, District of Columbia, unt- j
I versify. His other studies had been
I pursued at Mount St. Mary's near Em- j
I His ascension to the bench was the j
I climax of a long career in which many j
honors had been attained. License 1 i
| to practice law by the supreme court
in 1868, he was elected
senate in 1S74, and four j
he was appointed asso-
of the supreme court of j
dinner of welcome V
■inty to the America
3i ge Harvey, whb i
deeper interest than |
I usuany inicuus a reception to a new
' ambassador by this international club
Not only was it Mr. Harvey's first
public appearance since his appoint
inent to the post, but there was gen-
eral expectation that he would reveal
something of the new administration's
policy toward European affairs.
The ambassador did not disappoint
his audience, for he sharply brushed
aside any lingering illusion that the
United States would have any relat
ing whatever with the league of na-
tions. He also announced his appoint-
ment to represent the president in the
supreme council in the discussion over
His Words Are Plain.
Mr. Harvey's plain words on the
league were a revelation, and his plea
for the closest co-operation between
the two great English speaking coun
tries was impressive.
The Britisli prime minister made an
eloquent speech, but rather disappoint
| ed those who hoped for more of inter
national plain speaking, which is the
| fashion of the moment. The premier i
j described the plight of Europe, en j
I meshed in ancient feuds, and gave
warm welcome to the new co-opera J
tion of America in world affairs.
The Duke of Connausht presided, :
and Lord Desbrough read a message
from the American pilgrims.
Lord Cruzon. secretary for foreign j
affair? spoke briefly and humorous!;; |
referred to* the league of nations by J
the wish that lord Robert Cecil one !
of the chief supporters of that or-
ganization was in bis shoes.
There were 350 diners, among them
the Duke of York, and many mem- j
hers of the peerage and representa
kt® J '
ft a x b f»
I .ALCOHOL-3 PER CENT.
s imitating thcFood by Regulii-
tinti the Stomachs and liwlsof
Thereby Promoting DHK'slio#
Cheerfulness and RcstContoias
neither Opium,Morphine nor
MnertU. Not Narcotic
A helpful iicmedy frr
, and Fevcrishnessana |
Loss OF SLEEP
Fac Similc Si<nntorc_of
!CS C.1 5
THE CESTAf" Coww®
Special Care of Baby.
That Baby should have a bed of its own all are agreed. Yet it
is more reasonable for an infast to sleep with grown-ups than to use
a man's medicine in an attempt to regulate the delicate organism of
that same infant. Either practice is to be shunned. Neither would
be tolerated by specialists in children's diseases.
Your Physician will tell you that Baby's medicine must be
prepared with even greater care than Baby's food.
A Baby's stomach when in good health is too often disarranged
by improper food. Could you for a moment, then, think of giving
to your ailing, child anything but a medicine especially prepared
for Infants and Children ? Don't be deceived.
Make a mental note of this:—It is important, Mothers, that
you should remember that to function well, the digestive organs of
your Baby must receive special care. No Baby is so abnormal that
the desired results may be had from the use of medicines primarily
prepared for gTown-ups.
MOTHERS SHOULD READ THE BOOKLET THAT IS AROUND EVERY BOTTLE OF FLETCHER'S CASTOR!*
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bean the Signature of
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
THE CINTAUR COM
NEW YORK CITY.
If you are strong, be
Important to all Women
Readers of this Paper
Thousands upon thousands of women
have kidney or bladder trouble and never
j suspect it.
\\ omen's complaints often prove to be
j nothing else but kidney trouble, or the
result ot kidney or bladder disease.
If the kidneys are not in a healthy con-
dition, they may cause the other organs
to become diseased.
j You may gutter pain in the back, head-
ache and loss of ambition.
Poor health makes you nervous, irrita-
ble and may be despondent; it makes any
Hut hundreds of women claim that Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root, by restoring
•s of tho American colony. | health to the kidneys,
the remedy needed
Many send for a sample bottle to see
what Swamp-Hoot, the great kidney,
liver and bladder medicine, will do for
them. By enclosing ten cents to Dr.
K'!™er & Co., Uiiigiiaiuton, N. Y., you
may receive sample size bottle by Parcel
Post. You can purchase medium and
large size bottles at all drug stores.—Adv.
Western (anada Offers
PLEADS FOR BIG ARMY CUT
America Urged To Take Lead In Ask-
ina Disarmament In Speech.
proved to be just
to overcome such
I of Louisia
| to the sfa
Dead Shot Roach and Ant Powder
I He occupied the bench for
' Kills Roaches and
Ants by Contact
For sale by all
Grocers and Drug-
gists in 25c.60c and
Mir"b 1 Dead Shot Cb.mlc.l C... Ollahar. Citr. OIU.
Aches, pains, nervousness, diffi-
culty in urinating, often .mean
serious disorders. The world's
standard remedy for kidney, liver,
bladder and uric acid troubles—
bring quick relief and often ward off
deadly diseases. Known as the national
remedy of Holland for more than 200
years. All druggists, in three sizes.
Look for the name Gold Med.l on every b..»
and accept no imitation
Chicago.—America was urged to
I take the lead in effecting reduction of
| armament of all nations, at a mass
I meeting; addressed by William Jen
I nnigs Bryan and others in the final
' session of file two-days' congress on
! limitation or armaments. Mr. Bryan
j made the closing appeal for world
j peace, declaring his motton to be "dis
armament by agreement if possible,
i by example if necessary."
The purpose of the entire confer
ence was summed up in a resolution
i adopted earlier in the day and pre-
I sented to the assemblage urging
President Harding to call Great Brit-
| ain and Japan into conference looking
I to reduction of naval armaments by
America, Mr. Bryan said, was the
only great nation which set an ex
ample in niobolization for war, but
now, he added, "she can't get out of
war." He ridiculed the law which re-
Speak with nets
and has brought content merit and happiness to thou-
sands of home seekers and their families v/ho have
settled on her FREE homesteads or bought land at
attractive prices. They have established their own
homes and secured prosperity and independence.
In the great grain-growing sections of the prairie
provinces there is 6iill to be had on easy terms
Fertile Land ai S15 to $30 an Acre
—land simi ar to that which through many year*
has yielded from 20 to 43 bushels of wheat
to the acre —oats, barley and flax also in great
abundance, while raising horses, cuttle, sheep
and hogs is equally profitable. Hundreds of farm-
ers in Western Canada have raised crop3 in a single
season worth more than the whole cost of their
land. Healthful climate, good neighbors, churches,
schools, rural telephone, excellent markets and
shipping facilities. The climate and soil offer
inducements for almost every branch ot
agriculture. The advantages for
Dairying;, Mixed Farming
and Stock Raising
make a tremendous appeal to industrious set-
tlers wishing to improve their circumstances.
For Illustrated literature, roap«. deacription of farm
opportunitiea in Manitoba. .Saskatchewan. Alberts
and Britl«b Culuisbla, reduced railw-y rataa
P. H. HEWITT
2012 Main St.. Kansas City, Mo.
Af.flt, 8«tt. ol lmml»f»«lo«
and Colonisation, Dominion ot Canada
ber of years. In 1891, however, he j
took his seat in the I'nited States j
senate, having been elected as a dem-
ocrat, from Louisiana.
While serving in the senate, he was j
appointed by President latt, in quired two-thirds vote in congress to
to be Chiet Justice of the I nited _n,
Ifti o Irntilv Hut tiacmittarl flpph
States Supreme court, and took hi£
For over half a century DR.
TUTT'S LIVErt PILLS have been
gold for the Liver.
Read the follo-vhtg from a woman
ol fnrty-elKht: "I have used UR.
TUTT'S PILLS tor Bowel regula-
tion many years. I am now con-
vinced that they are also the best
known regulato* lor other retard-
ed female functions. I have told
many of my friends and now none
would be without them. A few
days before, and yon are all right"
W. N. U., Oklahoma City, No. 21—1921
seat December 19 of that year.
RETAIL FOOD PRICE DROPS
During April Decline Showed 2.7 Pet
cent Over March.
Washington—Retail food prices de
clined 2.7 per cent In April as com
pared with March, the bureau of labor
stat-lstics announced Tuesday alter-
noon. Front March 15 to April 15,
thirty-one of the forty-three food com-
modities upon which the statistics are
based show a decrease in prices. The
greatest decrease was in eggs, which
showed a decline of 18 per cent dur
ing that period.
Bodies of American Heroes Arrive.
New York—Seventy-eight hundred
bodies of American heroes who gave
their lives on French battlefields—
the largest number arriving on one
ship since the disinterment <tf Ameri-
can soldiers commenced—are aboarfl
the transport Wheaton The removal
the caskets with their heroic dead
will be commenced immediately. As
soon as the cargo i* unloaded, appro-
priate services will be held at the
Big Shoe Companies Merge.
St. Louis—The International Shoe
company has been merged with the
W. H. McElwain Shoe company of
Boston, John C. Roberts, vice-presi-
dent of the former, announced.
Census of Kansas Announces.
Washington—Census figures for
1920 made public Tuesday gave Kan
gas 1,708.906 whites, 57,925 negroes,
2,276 Indians, 68 Chinese, 52 Japan-
ese and 30 all others, the total being
divided into 909,221 males and 860,-
ratify a treaty but permitted declara-
tion of war by a majority vote.
Matthew Woll, vice president of the
American Federation of Labor, ex-
tended the "helping hand of the
American labor movement," to the
congress in their proposal for arma-
ment limitation. He asserted labor's
stand for peace, but declared labor
had no regret for the part it took in
the world war.
Not "Something for Nothing"
But Premiums for Your Tags
FOR MEN, WOMEN, BOYS AND GIRLS
Ask Your Dealer for These Brands — See That You Get Your Tags — They Are Valuable
Era of Prosperity Forecast.
Washington—Improvement in busi-
ness conditions throughout the coun-
try and an era of prosperity is to be
expected soon, according to views ex-
pressed by Secretary Mellon. Settle-
ment of the reparations question, ac-
cording to Mr. Mellon, would have a
stabilizing effect here as well i.s
abroad. With the tariff and revenue
problems solved, a brisk and enter-
prising younger generation taking
hold of the nation's commerce and
with all the money that Is now in the
country, Mr. Mellon said, things can-
not help from moving forward. The
secretary declared there were indica
tions that the end of the downward
swing of the pendulum of depression
Taken from 10c bags of Kentucky
Colonel pipe tobacco are of equal
value with tags and may be as-
sorted or all one kind)
and Poc.'et Lamp, 50 Tags
Tv, enty otiier special articles for
Pepper and Toothpick
Holder and Tray
Cameo Brooch, 25 Tags
Dozens of Pins, Chains
American Cut Glass
Cream Pitcher and Sugar Bowl. 75 Tags
Spoon Tray or Jelly and Pickle
Elsh, 50 Tags
Blair's Nomination Is Favored.
Washington—The senate finance
committee agreed to report favorably j
to the senate the nomination of Da- j
vid S. Blair of North Carolina, for in-
ternal revenue commissioner.
Five Germans Shot by Insurgents, j
Berlin—Five Germans were snot
when Polish insurgents held up a rei-
ugee train in Upper Silesia, accord-
ing to a dispatch from Katibor. The
attack may prove the spark to start
the threatened war between Germany
and Poland. |
Premo Jr. Kodak
Pictures 2^4x3^4, l&o Tags
Many other amusements
French Harp, Old Standby, 25 Tngs
Also Fiddles and Phonographs
Thirty Different Pocket Knives
X-Rav Alarm Clock, 200 Tags
(Tells Time In Darkness)
Forty other Clocks and Watches
Twenty Different Flashlights
ROGERS TRIPLE SILVER PIRATE ROGERS MCKLL SILVER
6 Teaspoons 75 Tags 12 Teaspoons 76 Tags
6 Table Spoons 150 Tags 6 Table Spoons -7- Tags
6 Knives and 6 Forks 350 Tags 6 Knives and b torks 21o Tags
Eighty other articles for table and kitchen
WRITE TODAY FOR YOUR 1921 PREMIUM LIST
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