Claremore Messenger., Vol. 20, No. 6, Ed. 1 Friday, January 22, 1915 Page: 3 of 8
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For tiek hgadaohe, bad breathy
Sour Stomach and
II-li—Oklthunt city poultry
I—Farmers’ Union MOM meeting.
vmmv rou,tr9 A~
.-tab- *•**•» Control Oklahoma Educa-
tional Association, Oklahoma City.
W », Oklahoma Breeder*' Bala,
-March 11—Hallway rata caaaak Okla-
Ayrll ft-ta, noutaara commercial Con-
0«t • 10-cant box now.
No 0M1 how bad youy llrtr, atomach
•f bowelo; how mueh your head
achao, how miserable and uncomfort-
ahla you ara from eonatlpatlon. Indiana-
tloa, blllouaneaa and aluaatah bowala
—you alwaya gat tha daalrad raaulta
Don’t lot your atomach. liver and
bowala make you mlaerabla. Taka
Caacarota to-night; put an and to tho
headache, blllouaneaa, dlaalnoaa, nerv-
ouanaaa, alck, aour, gaaay atomach,
backache and all other dlatreaa;
cleanae your Inalde organa of all tho
bile, gaaea and conatlpatad matter
which le producing tho mtaery.
| arena, Muakogee.
May 11-11—State Flremen'a
John DeGranga of Gage la building
a flour mill In Shattuck.
Tha First National bank of Hominy
with a capital of (25,000 haa deposit!
Paoplae National bank of Klngflaher,
with a capital of (40,000, has deposit?
Th First National hank of 8tlllwater
with a capital of (60,000 haa deposits
By a rote of 907 to 613 Oklahoma
, City voted against a (240,000 bond is-
A 10-cent box means health, happl- I sue for a water reservoir,
ness and n clear head for months. n„ . . .. _
Henry Breen, ranchman of the Pan
handle, perhaps made the strangest
trade on record when he traded an
automobile for ensilage.
Fire was discovered In the Hough-
ton-Oouglass cotton gin at Crescent
and In a abort time the gin proper was
completely destroyed by the flames.
A large automobile belonging to
Charles Saunder of Gage jcaught Are
while the owner was a short distance
from his home. The car was de
No moro daya of gloom and distroao
If you will take n Casearet now and
then. All stores sell Caficarete. Don’t
forget the children—their little In-
aides need n cleansing, too. Adv. M
Too Small to Harm.
The Mother—I see a triangular tray
to hold a piece of pie unharmed In a
lunch box haa been Invented.
The Boy—But who would harm such
n little piece of pie as you cut, mam-
IKHI CALOMEL MAKES YOU SICK!
CLEM LWEB AMD BOWELS MY MY
Jmt One®! Try “Dodion’t Liver Tone” When Bilious, Consti-
pated. Headachy—Don’t Lose s Day’s Work.
Liven up yonr sluggish liver! Feel
flue and chearful; make your work n
pleasure; bo vigorous and full of am-
bition. But take no naaty, danger-
ous calomel, because It makoa you
sick and you may lose n day’s work.
Calomal Is mercury or quicksilver,
which causes necrosis of the bonea.
Calomel crashes Into sour bile Uko
dynamite, breaking it up. That'a
when you fool that awful nausea and
Listen to me! If yon want to enjoy
tho nicest, gentlest liver and bowel
cleansing you over experienced Juat
taka n spoonful of harmless Dodson's
Liver Tone. Your druggist or dealer
sella you a 50 cent bottle of Dodson’s
Liver Tone under my personal money-
CARE FOR CHILDREN’S
Hair and Skin With Cutleura.
ing Easier. Trial Free.
Tho Soap to cleanse and purify the
akin and acalp, the Ointment to
soothe and heal rashea, Itchtngs, red-
ness, roughness, dandruff, etc. Noth-
ing better than these fragrant super-
creamy emollients for preserving and
purifying tho akin, scalp and hair.
Sample each free by mall with Book.
Addresa postcard, Cutleura, Dept. XY,
Boston. Bold everywhere.—Adv.
Barton Knew Better.
Uncle Jim Sugarfoot killed a fine
rabbit for the entertainment of Parson
Heavegrace, who was expected to din-
ner, but as rabblta were out of season
he thought to avoid what might prove
an embarrassing situation by making
the parson think It was chicken he
"Brother Heavegrace," said Uncle
Jim, when It came time for a second
helping, "what part of de bird would
you like now?"
With a merry twinkle In his half-
closed eyes, Parson Heavegrace re-
“If you all don’ mind. Ah think Ah’ll
take de gizzard.’*—Pittsburgh Chron-
Racon—I understand In many of the
Chilean cities women are employed as
street car conductors.
Egbert—Now I can understand why
men want to crowd the back plat-
"Do you see where the Futurists
and Cubists have gone to Spain?”
"Maybe they use their pictures on
the bulls to infuriate them in the
“I hate to ask Jinks about hla
’’He promptly tells me all about it"
Caused by Coffee.
*'I have been a coffee drinker, mors
or less, ever since I can remember, un-
til a few months ago I became mors
and more nervous and irritable, and
finally I could not Bleep at night for I
was horribly disturbed tty dreams of
all sorts and a species of distressing
"Finally, after hearing the experi-
ence of numbers of friends who had
quit coffee and were drinking Poatum,
and learning of the great benefits they
had derived, I concluded coffee must
he the cause of my trouble, so I got
some Poatum anti had It made strictly
recording to directions.
”1 was astonished at tho flavor and
taste. It entirely took the place of
coffee, and to my very great satisfac-
tion, l began to sleep peacefully and
sweetly. My nerves improved, and 1
wish I could wean every man, woman
and child from the unwholesome drug-
* People do not really appreciate or
realise what a powerful drug it la and
what terrible effect It has on tho hu-
man system. It they did, hardly a
pound of ooffee would he sold. 1 would
never think of going hack to ooffee
again. I would almost as soon think
,«t puttiag a* hand In a Are attar I
had quo# been burned. Youra for
Poatum eumea tn two forma:
Regular fieotum — must he wen
betted. l8o and Me packages.
Instant Reetum—la a soluble pow-
der. a teaspoonful dissolves quickly
In a cup of hot water And. with ereem
And augur, makea a delictoua beverage
Instantly. Me and Me tins.
The coat par enp at both kinds le
itovt th# unit
There*« (Mm" tor Foetus.
. -oold hr Ureters
The First National bank of Wilson
and the Oklahoma State bank of that
town have been merged under the
name of the former, which thus be-
comes one of the strongest financial
institutions tn that district.
While attempting to light a fire In
the stove with kerosene, the can ex-
ploded and G. W. Whitley of Broken
Arrow was so severely burned that he
died shortly after. The man was 68
years old. A wife and family survive.
A commercial club of 200 members
has been organized at Bristow, officers
have been elected, and steps have
been taken toward getting quick ac-
tion on the erection of an electric light
plant to be In operation some time
during the coming summer.
The Muskogee federal and city Jail
la quarantined, three prisoners whom
physicians have declared are Infected
with smallpox have been removed to
the pest house. The 156 Inmates ol
the prlfcon have all been exposed to
the disease and all will be vaccinated.
The annual convocation of the bod-
ies of the Ancient and Accepted Scot-
tish Rite of Free Masonry, under the
supreme council of the sovereign
grand Inspector general, southern Jur-
isdiction, will be held f^t Masonic
Temple, Guthrie, the week of Monday,
The last link on the nearest route
from New York to San Francisco, ov-
erland, was completed with the formal
opening of the Bridgeport bridge,
when the people of the north end of
Caddo and southern part of Blaine
counties met and celebrated the
opening of the bridge to traffic.
The Community Boys’ Work, Its
growth and development in Oklahoma
and the effects upon the various cities
where it has been instituted, not only
in Oklahoma, but throughout the Unit-
ed States and Canada, will be one or
the most Interesting and Important
subjects before the State Y M. C. A.
Convention In Tulsa, February 11, 12,
13, and 14.
Albert Strohmeyer, C3 years old,
hearing that his wife had been granted
a divorce by the Osage county court,
drove to the home of his father-in-
law, four miles southwest of Winono,
where his wife and 8-year-old daughter
had made their home during the
divorce suit and shot them both twice,
Injuring both permanently, perhaps
fatally, according to their physician.
The guarantee or (1,000 for purses,
Just raised by the McAlester Gun Club!
makes certain the prospect that the
State Trapshooters Association will
hold the annual ehbot there this
spring. The date fixed is April 19-21.
There will be twenty-alx events,
twenty-live of them open to all con-
testants, one limited to Oklahoma
marksmen, to decide the state cham-
Constitutionality of the 1913 legis-
lature's act consolidating the offices
of register of deeds and county clerk
in all counties of leas than 80,000 pop-
ulatlon la attacked in an appeal filed
in the supreme court by George P.
Bonnett, former register In Klngflaher
county, from the Kingfisher court, in
forcing Mm to relinquish hla office to
William O. Newer. Bonnett refuted
to give up the office, hla petition said,
until forced to do so by a writ of man-
damus of tha district court In King-
Signing tha minutes of tha state
board of equalisation mooting which
rosnlted In tho assessed valuation of
tho Texas company and Gulf Pipe Lina
Company being increased (6 per cent
on all proparty except oil. waa th# last
official act of Governor Lee Croce be-
fore he ralinqulshed the office of chief
executive to Governor Robert L. With
lama. Governor Croce . recalled that
the affixing of hla signature to a
notary commission was the first offi-
cial act ho attended to after being
inaugurated governor of Oklahoma,
four years ago.
The most sumptuous copy of Shake-
speare's "Romeo and Juliet" In exist-
ence was recently sent from England
to a purchaser abroad. The value of
the book Is between (5,000 and (7,500.
It has been reproduced as an Illu-
minated manuscript on vellum, and
the volume Is notable as being the
entire work of one artist, Alberto
Sangorskl, who was engaged upon It
for 18 months. The title Is in pearls
set in gold, and the cover Is embel-
lished with 214 rubles and 3C ame-
Wat the Lot of This Lady Who Tails
Th* Story of How Sho Re-
covered Her Health.
Dallas. N. C —Mrs. Thomas Davla,
of this place, says: "About two years
ago, when I waa eighteen years old, 1
was In a bad condltlou from womanly
troubles. 1 fell off until 1 weighed not
more than 85 lba.
I suffered dreadful pains In my hips,
sides and abdomen, for about 6 daya
out of every month.
I couldn't sleep at night, and the
pains wars so dreadful 1 couldn’t 11#
down for the blood would seem to
rush to my head.
I felt I must have some relief, for
it seemed that the awful suffering
would surely kill me.
I had read of what Cardui had dono
for others, and thought I would try It
After the use of one bottle, the
pains had entirely stopped and I waa
able to sleep.
After using four bottles, I was a
well woman, 1 waa regular, I got back
my flesh, and I now weigh 126 lba.;
and am able to do all my work with-
out any trouble.
I certainly recommend Cardui to
suffering women, for I know it cured
My frionda who saw me when I
weighed 85 pounds and would aee me
now, would know what Cardui had
done for me.”
Visitor—The dear baby has got its
Aggrieved Papa—No, It hasn’t, for
she was around here this morning
poking it into our business.
hack guarantee that each spoonful
will clean your sluggish liver better
than a dose of nasty calomel and that
It won't make you sick.
Dodson's Liver Tone Is real liver
medicine. You'll know It next morn-
ing. because you will wake up feel-
ing line, your liver will be working,
your headache and disslness gone,
your stomach will be sweet and your
Dodson’s Liver Tone Is entirely
vegetable, therefore harmless and
cannot salivate. Give it to your chil-
dren. Millions of people are using
Dodson’s Liver Tone instead of dan-
gerous calomel now. Your druggist
will tell you that the sale of calomel
Is almost stopped entirely here.
NO CUSTARD FOR REGINALD
Young Wife Had Done Her Best, But
Probably the Cook Book Was
Reginald loved his wife tenderly
and devotedly, but he bad to acknowl-
edgo in the Inmost recesses of his
heart that the hand that wielded the
powder puff lost its art in the pud-
"What pudding would you like to-
night, love?” she cooed at breakfast
"Oh, anything!” he whispered des-
"Anything?” Bhe reiterated, in a
"Well, you know, old girl; anything
light—only don’t tire yourself out."
"You shall have your favorite—cus-
tard. dear,” she promised.
. Toward seven o'clock Reginald re-
turned, but the sound of weeping nnd
gnashing of teeth greeted his trained
"Whatever Is it, my dear girl?" he
Implored, as he rushed Into the
"O-o-o-oh!" she sniveled on his
waistcoat, "I’ve been making you cus-
tards all the afternoon and—”
"And what, pet?”
They all t-t-tumed out sponge
Suroly Waa Something of a Miracls as
Event Waa liplalstf by
Hers Is one of George W. Cable's
good southern stories;
"In a town In Georgia lives an old
colored fellow who is a real thorn in
the side of the local ministers, for the
old fellow Is always asking embarrass-
lug questions of them touching
mooted theological points.' says Mr.
"One day old Eben had a long and
earnest discussion with his paBtor In
reference to just what constituted a
•nlracle. The minister found it no
easy matter to make his ideas clear
" ‘1 s pose, now,' said the preacher,
dat de greatest of all de miracles
was dat of de loaves and fishes. You
member, of co’ce, dat dere was five
thousand loaves and two thousand
fishes which was eaten by the twelve
" Sho’, I 'member,' replied old Eben,
with a smile, 'an' It always 'peared to
me dat de miracle was dat dey didn't
bust!'”—The Sunday Magazine.
Mysteries of Golf.
JpsepliUH Daniels, secretary of tho
navy, wus invited the other day to go
out and play golf.
1 can't play it,” said Daniels; I
made up my mind some time ago not
to go In for golf until they change the
“How do you mean?"
“W ell. until they change the rules
and make it as good a game as
That recalls the tale they tell about
the time Franklin K. Dane, now secre-
tary of the Interior, first undertook the [
mastery of golf.
Two enthusiasts over the game lent
a large set of clubs to Lane and they
played a round. When they had
reached the last hole i^ne walked
over to the nearest teeing place and
began attempts to drive off with each
club In his sack, one after another.
"The games all over,” they ex-
“Well," asked Lane, picking up an-
other kind of club, "can’t I play my
ham’, out?"—New York Sun.
An Ohio Druggist
Wm. Vmget, S67T
Mas St., Akron,
and exposure and
during the flood, 1
was taken with
catarrh. In June
and July my 'life
was despaired of,
but recovered suf-
ficiently to be up
and around. My
eat no solid food.
"The first of last December I de-
elded to try Peruna. My appetite
Improved, and very soon solid food*
could be taken. In two months time
1 gained 18 pounds. Now I am
heavier than 1 ever was before. When
I began to use Peruna my bowels
commenced to move at once.”
These who object to liquid medi-
cines can new procure Peruna in
Not Supplying the Two.
Tho Angry One—For two cents I'd
knock your block off!
The Cairn One—Well, you won’t get
your working capital from me.
“Money Back" Medicine.
Our readers never risk a cent when
they buy Hanford's Balsam cf Myrrh
because every dealei in this liniment
is authorized to refund the money If
the Balsam is not satisfactory. Adv.
Are ail the childten bright?
-No; one's level-headed.—
A Connecticut mnn has the face to
say that lie has built a clock that will
run without winding.
The Martini Berceuse.
A young lady was dining with some
friends at their home. The host had
concocted some seductive cocktails
and she had joined the others In
drinking to his health. Before the
dinner was over she was experiencing
that much-talked-of wobbly feeling
that is said to follow a cocktail.
While coffee was being served In
the drawing room the three-months-
old son of the family was brought In-
to the room and the young guest in-
sisted on holding him.
“I am surprised that he is so con-
tented in your lap," her hostess told
her. "He doesn't usually care for
"Well, you may not know it," was
the reply, "but he Is being rocked.”—
New York Evening Post.
MOTHER LOOK KI
If cross, feverish, constipated,
give “California Syrup
A laxative today saves a sick child
tomorrow. "Children simply will not
take the time from play to empty their
bowels, which become clogged up with
waste, liver gets sluggish; stomach
Look at the tongue, mother! If coat-
ed, or your child Is listless, cross, fev-
erish, breath bad, restless, doesn’t eat
heartily, full of cold or has sore throat
dr any other children's ailment, give e
teaspoonful of "California Syrup of
Figs,” then don't worry, because it le
perfectly harmless, end In e few hours
ell this constipation poison, sour bile
end fermenting waste will gently
move out of the bowels, end you have
a well, playful child again. A thor-
ough 'inside cleansing” la ofttlmes ell
that Is necessary. It should be the
first treatment given tn any sickness.
Beware of counterfeit fig syrups
Ask at the store for a 60-eent bottle of
"California Syrup of Figs,” which haa
MI dlraetloaa for babiea, children of
fill agea and for grown-ups plainly
printed on tho bottle. Adv.
At the Marshall home there was
much discussion of woman suffrage
and other political questions, and lit-
tle Vera had always been a very much
"What will you do when you can
vote?" a visitor asked her.
"Help to put candy on the free list,”
was the unexpected reply.—Youth s
The Professor—The fish of Amer-
ica. north of the Isthmus of Panama,
embrace three classes, 30 orders, 223
families, 1,113 genera. 335 subgenera
3,263 species and 133 subspecies.
The Student—-Well, professor, if you
will let me off today I'll go out and
see if I can get a string of genera.
Woman Royalties Made Army Officer*.
For the first time in English history-
four royal women have oeen gazetted
as colonels in chief of English regi-
Heretofore several of them, Includ-
ing Queen Mary herself, have held
German army titles and Queen Victoria
naturally was the head of the British
army, but now Queen Mary has been
appointed colonel In chief of the
Eighteenth Hussars of historic fame,
while the Queen Mother Alexandra is
associated with both the Nineteenth
Hussars and the
A small henpecked little man was
about to take an examination for life
"You don't dissipate, do you?" asked
the physician, as he made ready for
tests. "Not a fast liver, or anything
of that sort?"
The little man hesitated a moment,
looked a hit frightened, then replied
in a small, piping voice: “l some-
t'nies chew a little gum."—Collier's
Mrs. Gotham—Who spoke at the
dinner tonight, dear?
Mr. Gotham—Well, one of the speak-
ers was the owner of that big depart-
"No wonder you're late, then.”
"1 happen to know his delivery Is
You can always tell when a girl Is
Jealous by the way she says she
To quickly cool burns and take the
fire out use Hanford's Balsam. Adv.
Stop That Backache
There'i nothing more discouraging;
than n constant backache. You art* lam**
when you awake. Fains pierce you when
you bend or lift. It's hard to rest and
next day it's the same old story.
Pain In the back Is nature's warning
of kidney ills. Neglect may pave the*
way to dropsy, gravel, or other serious
kidney sick mss.
Don't delay—begin using Doan's Kid-
ney Fills—the medicine that has been
curing backache and kidnt y trouble for
over fifty years.
An Oklahoma Case
Mrs. J. W. Barr,
Cleveland, Ok la.,
says: "For months
my kidneys troubled
me and my back
pained me so badly
I had to take to my
bed. My back was
stiff and lame and
the kidney secre-
tions passed far too
often. After trying
without relief I ufittlj
Doan's Kidney 1*11 Is
Cm Doan’s at An? Sion. SOc o Boa
rOSTERMILBURN CO, BUFFALO, N. Y.
LOSSES SURELY PREVENTED
, Piet on
# 1^1 Wrlfio for tmoklet and testimonials.
B *P*1 m I®-**0* Pkge. Blackleg Pill* $1.00
50-dofi# ftkge. Blackleg Piilt 4.00
The superiority of rut ter *nJ*
years of specializing f
I Rfiist on Cutter’s.
by Cutter's Blackleg Pills. Low-
red. fre*h. reliable; preferred by
>9 tern stockmen, because they
protect where other vaccines fail.
Write for tmoklet *
• •tor, but <'utter's bent,
products In tine to over lfl
» or specializing in vaccines and serums only.
'•*,•* °* Cutter s. If unobtainable, order direct.
CutUr Laboratory. Birk.ln, Oil., or Chicago. IIg.
The dy spent I
excess of worl
c. the debilitated, whether
rk of mind or body* drink or ox*
And when the children are at play
many are called but few answer.
WM! find Tutt'a Pills the most xenial rest Of
ilve ever offered the suffering Invalid.
Pure, officially inspected, recloaned Sudan
Grass Seed in seamless cotton bags, prepaid,
5 lb. packages $2.50; 10 lbs. $4.50. Cash to
accompany order. Write us for prices on
100 lbs. or more. Our prices are right.
DEE TURNER PURE SEED CO..Lubbock,Tsx.
W. N. U., Oklahoma City, No. 4-191&.
If One’s Sufficient, Why Proceed?
"A word to the wise is sufficient,
and—" began the village bJre.
"Then let it go at that," snarled J.
Fuller Gloom, who is blessed with a
Mss Is usds of duet—which may ac-
count tor hie wanting the earth.
-Do they lead
Knlcker—Do they lead a cat-and-
Bocker—Yes, only the dog Is muz-
The war'e fearful devastation of European
Speaking of Aunte.
“You say she-Is an auntle-quarlan?”
"Well, that's what her fresh young
nephew calls her.”
The New York thief who stole a bar-
rel of Ink will probably get e term In
tar sprains end bruises apply Hen-
tord'e Balaam thoroughly. Put it on,
end mb it In. Adv._
Close relatives can he very distent
If they ere rich.
r crops has caused an unusual demand for grain
, fro® the American Continent. The people of the
mu,t h* fed end there Is an unusual demand
for Canadian wheat. Canada’# invitation to every
Industrious American is therefore especially attrac-
I rive. She wants fanners to innke money and happy,
prosperous home* for themselves while helping her
fo raise immense wheat crops.
You can get a Homestead of 160 acres FREE and
other lends (mn be bought at remarkably low prices. Think of the money von
JSS?ri£« oXfcrtaJ ?U IWih “ 43 bMh,U t0 «"• WorSertol
purpose*. Good schools, markets convenient, climate excellent " 'J
Wrtte fcr Htsrsty ssd parttcalars as to ndicee saflwav t.
gessnetsaeeatlmmleratlae, Ottawa. 0aaa4e.ee
MS. to mm, UBM MR, gfi
Many s greet men Is never heard of
>0 miles from home.
Yon Look Prematurely Old
MtawawM "n * v ■ r-v^nrrwr — 1 '— ~
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