The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 38, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 26, 1914 Page: 7 of 8
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THE BEAVER HERALD BEAVER 'OKLAHOMA
IS CHILD GR
Look Mothcrl If tongue is
coated give "California
Syrup of Figs."
Children love this "fruit laxative"
and nothing else cleanser the tender
stomach liver and bowels so nicely.
A child simply will not stop playing
to empty tbo bowels and the result Is
' they become tightly clogged with
waste liver gets sluggish stomach
sours then your little one becomes
cross half-sick feverish don't eat
sleep or act naturally breath is bad
system full of cold has sore throat
stomach-ache or diarrhoea. Listen
Mother! See If tongue Is coated then
give a teaspoonful of "California
Symp of Pigs" and In a few hours all
the constipated waste sour bile and
undigested food passes out of the sys-
tem and you have a well child again.
Millions of mothers give "California
Syrug of Pigs" because It Is perfectly
harmless; children love it and It nev-
er falls to act on tbo stomach liver
Ask at the storo for a 50-cent bottle
of "California Syrup of Figs" which
has full directions for babies children
of all ages and for grown-ups plainly
printed on the bottle. Adv.
It Typliold Conquered?
Vaccination to prevent smallpox Is
so general In this country and has
been so effective In abolishing what
was formerly one of the most destruc-
tive scourges of the human race that
nearly everybody except the Bmall
number of people whose temperament
predisposes them to "take the other
side" accepts It as a matter of course
and recognizes In It one of the great-
est blessings conferred by modern
medical advancement. But typhoid
vaccination Is somewhat comparative-
ly new with which the public an a
wholo is not familiar. Yet It will be
well for the public to take heed of tho
results that have been obtained by Its
uso In the United States army.
JUDGE CURED HEART TROUBLE.
I took about 6 boxes of Dodds Kid-
ney Pills for Heart Trouble from
which I had suffered for 5 years. I
had dizzy spells my eyes puffed
my breath was
short and I had
chills and back-
ache. I took the
pills about a year
ago and have had
no return of tho
now 63 yearr. old
able to do lota of
manual labor am
and weigh about
well and hearty
SOO pounds. feel very grateful that
I found Dodds Kidney Pills and you
tnay publish this letter If you wish. I
am serving my third term as Probata
Judge of Gray Co. Yours truly
PHILIP MILLER Cimarron Kan.
Correspond with Judgo Miller about
this wonderful remedy.
Dodds Kidney Pills 50c. per box at
your dealer or Dodds Medicine Co.
Buffalo N. Y. Write for Household
Hints also music of National Anthem
(English and German words) and re-
cipes for dainty dishes. All 3 sent free.
Joy and Utility.
"8tlll hae two cars?"
"I thought you Intended to sell the
"No. My son and his high-school
friends keep the old car busy."
"I see You'getthe use of the new
"No I don't. It keeps the new car
hustling to tow the old car home."
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
'Tape's Diapepsin" fixes sick
sour gassy stomachs in
Tlmo ltl in flvo minutes all stomach
dUtress will go. No Indigestion heart-
burn sourness or belching of gas acid
or eructations of undigested food no
dizziness bloating or foul breath.
Pape's Diapepsin Is noted for Its
speed In regulating upset stomachs.
It Is the surest quickest and most cer-
tain Indigestion remedy In tbo whole
world and besides It Is harmless.
Please for your sake get a large
fifty-cent case of Pape's Diapepsin
from any store and put your stomach
right. Don't keep on being miserable
life Is too short you are not hero
long so make your stay agreeable.
Eat what you like and digest It; en-
Joy It without dread of rebellion In
Pape's Diapepsin belongs In your
home anyway. Should one of the fam-
ily eat something which don't agree
with them or In case of an attack of
Indigestion dyspepsia gastritis or
stomach derangement at daytime or
during the night It Is handy to give
tho quickest relief known. Adv.
"Er ah beg your pardon miss but
havon't you lost something?" began
tho would-be flirt.
"No I haven't. Rut there goes a
lady with a dog chain. It's probably
tier you'ro looking (or."
(Conducted by the National Woman'
Christian Temperance Union.
ALCOHOL A DECEIVER.
Dr. David Starr Jordan tells the fol-
There was once a man who came
Into his om:e smacking his lips and
said to his clerk: "Tho world looks
very different to the man who has
had a good glass of brandy and soda
In the morning." "Yes" said the
cletk "and tho man looks differently to
tho world." And this Is natural and
Inevitable Dr. Jordan points out "for
the pleasure which exists only In the
Imagination leads to action which has
likewise nothing to do with the de-
mand of life. Tho mind Is confused
and may be delighted with the confu-
sion but the confused muscles trem-
plo and halt. The tongue Is loosened
and utters unfinished sentences; tho
hand Is loosened and the handwriting
Is shaky; tho muscles of tho eye are
unharnessed and the two cyeB move
Independently and see double; the legs
are loosened and the contusion of tho
brain shows Itself In the confused walk.
And If this contusion Is long contin-
ued the mental deterioration shows It-
Belf In external things the shabby
hat and seedy clothing nnd the grad-
ual drop of tho man from otratum to
stratum of society till ho brings up
some ntght in a ditch. As the world
looks moro and moro different to him
so doea he look more and more differ-
ent to the world."
TE8TIMONY OF A TRAVELER.
One of the greatest explorers of the
day Is Mr. A. Henry Savago Landor a
grandson of Walter 8avago Landor.
Ho has traveled In the Antarctic In
Thibet the Himalayas Korea Mongo-
lia through tho Dark Continent and
has crossed South America at its wid-
est part accomplishing ono of the
most difficult expeditions ever made
penetrating in a 13760-ratle Journey
parts of Brazil that were regarded na
Impassable. This latter feat through
a semi-tropical zone occupied one year
and a half and was constantly attend-
ed by hardships and sufferings. In the
course of which for sixty days while
shooting tho rapids of the Arlnos tho
party endured terrible privations and
afterwards when food fatlod starved
for sixteen days.
When aBked how he has preserved
Immunity from sickness exposed to
such varied climatic conditions he re-
plies "The wonderful health I enjoy
Is largely duo to my temperate habits.
In all these Journoylngs neither he nor
his attendants took with them any
Mr. Landor's testimony on this point
Is unequivocal. "It Is not traveling"
he Bays "which kills an explorer It Is
the drinking and smoking and living
In foul air In civilized countries. I
don't drink and I don't smoke."
DOCTORS AGAIN8T ALCOHOL.
When that great conclave of doc-
tors took place at Brighton England
under the auspices of.tho British Med-
ical association advantage was taken
of tho presence of so many medical
men In attendance to get nearly forty
anti-alcohol addresses deltvered on
the Sunday In Brighton and adjoining
towns. The subject was "Evils of Al-
cohol Upon the Human Body" and
the particularly Interesting thing was
to seo so many physicians In pulpits
and on tho platforms evidently will-
ing to play tho part of crusaders
against what one of their profession
bad aptly described as "the greatest
enemy of the race." The aggregate
result of these addresses constituted
an all-round Indictment of alcohol of
a remarkably striking and education-
al nature. As Indicating the up-to-date
character of the addresses sev-
eral of the doctors used charts and di-
agrams which were projected upon
a screen by r lantern thus transfer-
ring tho practlco of tho medical lec-
ture room to the church chapel and
THE UNCOVERED WELL.
It (the way to alcoholUm) was like
an uncovered well In a yard where
children play. It Ib small uso to tell
tho brave llttlo boys toddling their
way along Into knowledge of llfo that
they mustn't ploy near the uncovered
well. They will play near It. Any
parent knows that And we know that
a certain percentage of them the
llvest and most daring will fall Into
the well. The thing to do we all know
It Is to cover up the well. The case
Is the same with John Barleycorn. All
the no-saying and no-preaching In the
world will fall to keep men and
youths growing Into manhood twny
from John Barleycorn when John Bar
leycorn Is everywhere accessible. The
only rational thing for the twentieth
century folk to do Is to cover up the
well. Jack London In "John Barley-
corn." Meat and Rice.
Line bowl with cooked rice fill the
center with any chopped cooked meat
seasoned with salt crtrjr salt pep-
per and onion Juice one-halt teaspoon-
ful of sago and two tablespoontuls of
fine cracker crumbs moistened with
hot water; steam 30 minutes and
serve with tomato sauca.
Making Better Coffee.
If a llttlo salt Is added to the cof-
fee before pouring on the boiling
water It will greatly improve the cof-
YOUTH WAS A LITTLE BITTER
Uncle's Quite Natural Desire Did Not
8eem to Him to Do Altogether
Howard Is quite a spendthrift. His
-only living relative Is an old uncle
who Is not; and there nro other differ-
ences between Howard and his un-
do snys tbo Cleveland Plain Dealer
However ono day not long ago our
young hero more or Icbs dlflldently ap-
proached his avuncular rclatlvo with
he intimation thnt It would be n
graceful thing for the old chap to
"Young man." said the uncle "you
nro a spendthrift. If I had money I
would not give It to you. Hut I have
no money. You seem to think I have
a treasure hidden away somowhere.
Get rid of that notion. 1 have saved
up a sum largo enough to bury me de-
cently when 1 die and that Is all.
Now. get out!"
A friend of Hownrd asked him a lit-
tle later In the day why ho looked so
"I was JtiBt wondering" ho said
"where that old fellow got the Idea
that ho ought to bo burled decently "
Deadly Work of Scorpion
bomr. scorpion bites cause little
more than burning pain nnd numbness
In the pnrt affected for a few days
But tho more poisonous varieties cause
death and that especially when
they sting young children or de-
bilitated old people. The lower class-
es of peoplo In Mexico suffer moro than
tho well-to-do because of their custom
of going about halt naked most of the
ECZEMA ON ENTIRE SCALP
It. F. D. No. 2 SunOcld Mich. "I
was troubled with eczema. It began
with a sore on the top of the scalp
broke out as a pimple and grew larger
until It was a large red spot with a
crust or scab over 1L This became
larger finally covering tho entire scalp
and spread to different parts of the
body tbo limbs and back and In tho
cars. These sores grew larger grad-
ually until some were as large as a
quarter of a dollar. They would Itch
and It scratched they would bleed and
smart Tho clothing would Irritate
them at night when It was being re-
moved causing them to itch and smart
so I could not sleep. A watery fluid
would run from them. My scalp be-
came covered with a scale and when
tho hair was raised up It would raise
this scale; the hair was coming out
"I treated about six months and got
no relief and after using Cutlcura
Soap and Ointment with two applica-
tions we could notlco a great differ-
ence. It began to get better right
away. In a month's time I was com-
pletely cured." (Signed) Mrs. Bertha
Underwood Jan. 3 1913.
Cutlcura Soap end Ointment sold
throughout the world. Sample of each
free.wlth 32-p. Skin Book. Address post-
card "Cutlcura Dopt. L Boston." Adv.
Between the Acts.
"Sir" said tho man In the orchestra
chair "in passing to and fro you have
ruined my silk hat"
"I cannot help that sir" said the
other. "If you had gone out between
the acts yourself your hat would not
have suffered!" Puck.
No sick headache sour stomach
biliousness or constipation
Get a 10-cent box now.
Turn the rascals out tho headache
biliousness Indigestion the sick sour
stomach and foul gases turn them
out to-night and keep them out with
Millions of men and women take a
Cascaret now and then and never
know tho misery caused by a lazy
liver clogged bowels or an ujieet stom-
ach. Don't put In another day of distress.
Let Cascarets cleanse your stomach;
removo the sour fermenting food;
take the excess bile from your liver
and carry out all the constipated
waste matter and poison In the
bowols. Then you will feel great.
A Cascaret to-night straightens you
out by morning. They work whllo
you sleep. A 10-cent box from
any drug store means a clear head
sweet stomach and clean healthy liver
and bowel action for months. Chil-
dren lovo Cascarets because they
sever gripe or sicken. Adv.
"Just as we were wondering where
the money for a feed was to come
from Billy Smith who always has his
pockets full blew In"
"Well what happened?"
Only Ono "BROMO QUININE"
That It LAXATlVa BBOMO QOIXINB. Uwk for
It sometimes requires a buoyant na
ture to keep up appearances.
No Rest No Peace
There's no rest and but llttlo pence
for a person whoso kidneys are out of
Lamo In the morning suffering cricks
In tho back and sharp stabs of pain
with every sudden strain tho day Is
Just one round of pain nnd trouble.
It would bo strango 1 all-day back-
acho did not wear on tho temper but
It Is not only on that account that
peoplo who suffer with weak kidneys
are nervous cross and Irrltablo.
Uric acid Is poUon to tho nerves
nnd when the kidneys aro not working
well this acid collects In tho blood
and works upon tho nerves causing
headache dizziness languor an In-
clination to worry over trifles and a
suspicious short temper.
Rheumatic pain neuralgia sciatica
lumbago neuritis and gravel aro fur-
ther step's In uric acid poisoning.
Don't neglect kidney weakness. An
aching back with unnatural passagos
of tho kidney secrotlons Is cause
enough to Buspect tho kidneys. Use
Doan's Kidney Pills a remedy which
has been used for years tho world
over tor weak kidneys bsrkacho ir-
They give the men folk and little folk muscle and
energy because they are digestible. . They're better for
the family's health because of their light and flaky
crispness. Serve Sunshine L.-W. Soda Crackers and
add a change to meals that improves tne ap
petite saves you time and the trouble ot
baking and delights everyone with a
delicious and wholesome treat
5 WW falters of Sunthinm Bucmtt I aTsfjsX? '
aa n the big HHm8
""""" ""v economical WKEBSBBD
T air-tight family VsjjjHHHSH
2 . package KiSBHBBBHl
Children Not Naturally Destructive.
Be gentle with tho child who
smashes bis toys. The fault la not
his but yours who provided him with
toys too complicated for his Immature
little mind to understand. Dottoressa
Maria Monteasorl In her lecture at
Carnegie hall said little children were
not naturally destructive as most par-
ents had reason to suppose but that
the Instinct to pull the object to
pieces was tho only natural thing for
a child to do with something It did
not understand. Most toys given to
children are too complicated Doctor
"Instead of expecting children lo
amuso themselves with toys they do
not understand mothers should as-
sume moro responsibility for their
children's entertainment" she contin-
ued. "Tho mother who drives her
child away from her side when sho Is
working makes a pitiful mistake. It
Is Impossible to estimate the effect
upon the child's mind If ho were
never turned away It he could always
be sure of sympathy and understand-
ing from the person he loves most
A crabbed old misogynist said to
Ethel Barrymore at a dinner In Bar
"Woman! Feminism! Suffrage!
BahJ Why there Isn't a woman allvo
who wouldn't rather be beautiful than
"That's because" said Miss Barry-
more calmly "so many men are stu-
pid while so few are blind."
"Show me a hat at once. I'm a very
"Then here's a beaver."
We are never too old to learn the
things that are of no use to us.
BfJMUMOf thM usly ftzxly gray hairs. Ua "LA
" "Every Picture Ml .
Oh 1 thall p mad."
Your Back Is Lome Remember tho
DOAN'S KIDNEY PILLS
Sold by all Dealers.' Price- 50 cenb. Foster-Mnburn Co.. BuffeSb. N. Y Proprietor
bread so often.
His Vow Came to an Anti-Climax.
A much-bearded man rambled Into a
barber shop and submitted to a shave
a haircut a shampoo a slngo a mas-
sage and everything else the barber
could think of at the samo time listen-
ing with keenest enjoyment to the
tonsoriallst's remarks. about all things
on earth and In tho waters under tho
oarth. So long before that he bad for-
gotten the gentleman's name and
what offtco he was running for tho old
mun had vowed never to be shaved or
shorn until So-and-So was elected.
When he at last awoko to a realization
that nobody cared It he never shaved
ho concluded to shave Just to show 'em
that ho didn't care whether they cared
or not. Kansas City Star.
Putnam Fadeless Dyes will last un-
til tho goods wear out. Adv.
"What kind of a cut do you prefer
"A cut price."
accompanied by pain here or there extreme nervousness
sleeplessness may bo faint spells orspaama all are signals of
distress for a woman. She mav ba rrowinir from oirlhood Into
Womanhood passing- from womanhood to
suffering from that change Into middle life
wrecks tr women. At any or all oi these periods or a woman a Ilia
aha should take a tonic and nervine prescribed for Just such case
by a physician of vast experience In the diseases of women.
hM araeeMjfnllV treated mart cum In nail
ca now If bad In saffar-eoftUd tablet form u well ae In the liquid. Sold by medlein
dealer or trial box by mall on receipt at dOccnti In itunpc
MiM EMxeUth Lordmbl of DrklT. CaL. In a rcnt UtUr to Dr. Fierce eaiJ; 1 wu completely
tf aaraa talked to me but I had the rood fortiUM toiDeMtaounwboladbencarbrIr.Ptsrcc'a
Preealption. I bare mw bad an oocatiuo to cooault a phjikUu elneo ira In excellent bealUi
I Br. riercej'a Pleauaat PeJlata iwculaita stoaajich
I Brer amd ax wale aoaatr-oaotoa. tiny errannlM '
CRKOLK" HAIR DREMINS. PRICE tt.00. retail.
regular kidney action and urlo acid
trouble. Thousands of grateful recom-
mendations throughout tho country
prove their worth.
LAID UP IN BED
Cava Up All Hop of Rtcovtry
Mr. Frank I Mann 1000 W. Main at.
Vermillion H. Dak. snya: "When I wan
elx years old I had tllptherla anil It left
my kidneys and IiIwI'Ht very weak. From
that time until I wa svventren years old
I had kidney weakness hut as 1 not older
I thought I would outRrow the trouble. I
didn't however and an time pouted 1 Rot
worse. My feet and limes were terribly
swollen and I couldn't wear my ahorn.
My back waa so stiff I could hardly bend
over And 1 win laid up In bed for over a
month. I lost much weight and In spile
nf the doctors' medicine I didn't lmproe.
Dizzy spells came ovtr me and my six lit
waa affected. Finally I Rave up the doc-
tors In despair and Ufa certainly looked
blue. I didn't think I would ever be well
acaln. When everything else had failed
a friend urged me to try Doan's Kidney
1'llla and 1 did. After I took the Hrat
box I noticed Improvement and gradual.
ly the ailments left me. I picked up In
weight and strength and by the time I
had used eight boxes of Doan's Kidney
lMHs I was cured. I have never had any
sign of kidney troublo since."
Buy and try
The first doss often astonishes tba Invalid
a-tvtn dastlcltvolaslnd baoTsacr a body
regular bowels sod soUd flesh. Price. 18 ct
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