The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 40, Ed. 1, Thursday, March 11, 1915 Page: 6 of 8
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THE BEAVER HERALD. BEATER. OKLAHOMA
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fore that y
take gcod care '
of rc akin.
if nvtd realarlr will beatttify and
pf everre jottr cotsplezvsn and help j
yoo retaia tbe Mooed of early youth j
for rcaay yeari. Try it for jo j
days. If not more teas satused
yew Kt yoor nwa7 Lack. 50c
at druggists or mailed direct
Zobi Cespany Wickita Kan.
to us roa atar nuviti
CHEAP ?& RATES
LIBERAL LOAN MADE VHlTEU
118 W. SOUTH WATCH BT. CHICAGO
Beginning the Day.
Ob Ood give to Iretdom. Loose
me from the shackle of fear and bat
and atl sin. lireak 10 cage and lead
rn out Let toe feel tbe wings which
I barn dreamed about. Tame tne
height for me. Olre ray soul lu proper
air Hhow me tbe fullness and tbe far
nacbe of Itfe. la Chrlit'f name.
men-II M. K.
rr .f -
.No sick headache sour stomach
biliousness or constipation
Wet a 10nl box now.
Turn the raicali out tbe headache
bllloin-i Indention the alck. ioar
aUjwacli and foul uaiei turn tbem
out to-night and keep tbem out with
Millions of men and women takn a
Canes ret now and then and nerer
know thi miner c&uaed if a lazy
liver clojKtd bowela or an upie t r.Unw
Don't put In another day of dlitrei.
Iit Caicarcta clfanne your itomacb;
rernoro tbe aour ferraentlnB food;
take tba cic; bile from jour llrer
and carry out all the constipated
a(o matter and polion In tbe
bowel. Then you will feel ureal.
A Caacarct to-night alralghlcni you
out by morning. Tbcy work whllo
you alecp. A 10-cent box from
any drug atom meana a clear head
nwcet atomach and clean healthy llrcr
and bowel action for monthi. Chil-
dren lore Cnucarcti becauin they
never gripe or alcken. Adv.
Among the Elite.
"Then tboy never have a family
"They ocaslounlly huva what mluht
be turmod a family Jardiniere At aris-
tocratic people they only quarrel In a
rrery n.'flncil way."
SOFT WHITE HANDS
Undr Most Conditions If You Use
Cutlcura. Trial Free
Tbo Hoap to cloanse and purify tbo
Ointment to jtoothe and heal. Nothing
better or more effective at any price
than these fragrant tupiircrcnmy emol-
lients. A one-night treatment will test
lbin In the tuvercst forms of red
rough chapped and tore handb
iJample each free by mall with Hook.
Address postcard Cutlcura I)opt. XY
lloston. Hold everywhere -Adv.
One tlgn that we are growing more
humane I that men blanket their mo-
tor car engines - Nashville llanner
Kyes lulum'd by txir
surato&ua.Uutl and Wlod
C? - nulcklyrelicvtdliyHvrltt
mjf v -"- u Corufort At
Your DruggM s 50c per Hotil Murine l)t
ViumW or Muilue Lje tttmtif C. Culciji
PRODUCTION OF AHTI
Tet P5;p T Wfch
&7 CHZZTra 1 FTAKR Pari Ex-'
Tit za&ifhUn ifio w4 Is
Utomi frwae r tku kie lfjnidl
frtB a ittxei. - i3 !u.t
! rrw4 iJrty ttrftr ruatta
t li 4-te- Tlte ssitn irma
fabtcziairy 1( a mi am IttAmrj la tke fait
vcmus ei tike -ori
HaJ?iy Vt are ?rt4aji4 Hticr
at V-at r at aaarktf. tkT ar
vtrtbitMA vv antral at tfc? irara
pUst. zhA W. car U iifi t. Ua3
for tire t)ka. At Qt. d of liit
tfav ity kav fatty rTrH frees
tie f eu rf Taecteatfais az4 are -riat
ar tensed laMnatt. At Ue ai of
til tia. tk IssaMMMs are gtrea rery
Urr (! ? Ttry rtrskst beg-ds(-era
Mci TM Uo&d U V(ateM In
ti bHter irn tmitiUA by fcwyfez;
laMiiy cw bvsdred to ose bixJrd
a4 fifty -posd bga. IcxataUsg Uta
with clsoiera Wol ales. Te Tlraa
.Vc are killed at -C3 aa tiey ibov
Urb Vrmi?itarn && TjriMe ifg&s of
cfclenu T4r Mood U czrefstty eot-
Uci&4 la IsAll or jarf th fibrta Si'
trtd ovt asd tiie r-tUlsz; 6otd la tb
rlrsi u4 for infecting into ibe lo-
raa. Large (jaantltle-a of rlroa are
gives each lastaase a 2-fresd bog
receiving from one to two qsarta of
tbla rery riraleat btod depending oa
tbe rcthod med la Injecting IL. Tbii
dt of rlraa rnnif-n tbe Immune -very
ttrongly riUtaat to cholera and be
U now wbat la t"rzsed a brpr1mmne
Ten daya after tbe Injection of rJraa If
tbe byprimmsne la In good beMlb. tbe
Cnt bledlng la done filnee tbe tail
)ffer tb onlr plar available without
danger of Weeding to death. It la ie-
lected ai the place for bleeding. A
small piece of tbe tall la cnt off and
the blood flowing from the cut la col-
lcted In bottW. After a certain quan-
tity la collected the amount being
governed by tbe tire of the hoi tbe
tall la tied to prevent farther bleeding
and tba bog releaied. A week later
tbe bog can be bled again. One week
after tbie lecond b7eed7cg a tb'lrd bleed-
ing la dope. AJ ' Mm" th aerum
potent and tbe bog la rehyperlmmu-
nlzed by a freab Injection of virus. Af-
ter the tall la clipped too abort for
farther uie the bog Ii killed and all
of the blood Is collected. In some
plants that are close by a packing
bouse one bleeding Is done. Tbe hog la
killed at tbe time or tbe first bleeding
and tbe blood collected. The carcass
Is Inspected and passed for food If tbe
tissue are normal.
After the blood Is collected In tbe
bottles tbe fibrin Is filtered out tbe
Tall Oleedlng Proper Aseptic Precau-
tions lerum cooled and bottled It Is then
placed In a refrigerator to wait for the
testing. This Is dono by trying the
serum with plgt and also In the beat
plantt by a bacteriological examina-
tion The potency of the serum It
tested by taking some pigs weighing
M to 70 pounds that are not Immune
to cholera. Injecting some of them
with hog cholera blood alone and the
other Tilth varying amounts of the
serum along with the hog cholera
blood. The pigs that receive no serum
are termed check pig and should die
from cholera within from flvo to four-
teen days The pigs receiving serum
should remain healthy. If tbe hncierl-
oloirtcal examination show a no bacteria
that are llablo to produce blood poison
ing or abscesses and the potency tost
I good the nenim of that particular
bleeding Is labeled with the serial num-
ber of (he test and placed on the mar-
ket In tho main this is the process of
manufacture of antl hog-cholera se-
rum. The varying results with different
serums that can bo observed In a com-
munity are duo to difference Jn tho
care and Intelligence used In tho man-
ufacture. Tho potency of the serum
l governed by the vlrulency of tba
virus used the nmount of virus In-
Uctfd t ono time the method ot In-
sr liitaaal .ibiiiiihR
- HOfi - CHOLERA SERUM
jj -X" Aft Checfc PSj.
ct&9 xsi tie sisitr d tttifcci
tktt ar e&ai&e-J t4ere r4ytacssi-;
atzaatos. QQr omlCsa Wig 7al. )
tfce sMre -rtralutt tire tbtu. 11 svrti
zoCeM -mm hi tbe 1THSL TCdtUdg sc '
tfc Mttimzett rtrss .iM smM '
vrr te wi. Stnim t rtratt tkxti
rsB scarce f vrer uri lata! rietiw '
fenWe t ttot tkat nmin za tos-
kkss t efgkt t te days. TV mtmti
ainsust A Tjrt tmyxM at aisve tfcse.
-v&ea lstt tat tave Ttiii f te
tsasaact U ttx coMe cattcatrs far
acfc imm& i body wetgkt. If ess
tios 1W1 it ate. Ue ina vfl Vt
K t be lew It pesey Tie U.-rt
ad aeaad Wriajrj are of ttrssft-x
yottJXT than tie tlrlrd t4at la
tfTKtke. eiul parts of first tcco
sa4 tadrd stwald Ve zaixM for the
proper proportion of Ka. Net rore
tktaa ill otMe ct-stfaeten ot bkod
at asy one Use tfcoald be bled tr-tm
tie byperiaitBase far each posed of
tdy fiifbt. Tbe aetbod of UeedLig.
wbetber frost tie tall OiJH clipped Loo
s bort for hirtiier asd sck at tbe
final bleeding or from tat ose bkif3g
at tfcetteckas practiced bysomeiseista
eotBpiDfi wIM not prodoee any itSer-
eace la tbe potency or in tbe arvMxit
of foreign bacteria provided that
proper zsetaed of steriHzatloa are ra-
No Tint rboald be med that is b'ed
from bogs tbat sbow Ietlona of other
disease erther taan acute cholera
Each vims bog sboald be carefntly ex-
amined after bleeding. Tbe amosnt of
bacteria and especially the number of
pathogenic bacteria la dae to the meth-
ods of sterilization used. Each bog
sbosld be carefully cleaned and disin-
fected tbe tail or neck shared and
sterilized before bleeding and all bot-
tle or Jara should be sterilized. All
of tbe preparation and bottling should
be done In clean quarter free from
any dust and no vessels nred that are
Tbe potency test may be misleading'
through tbe use of plga that are from
Immune mothers. These pigs may re-
tain enough Immunity tbat tbey will
remain well even though the serum I
low In potency. That la one of tba
reasons wby check pigs are osed to
sbow the natural Immunity of the pigs.
The pigs should alio be of tbe same
herd or Utter and treated alike.
Under the provisions of tbe new' hog
cholera control law In Indiana Purdue
university Is charged with the testing
of all bog cholera serums and so-called
cures that are sold In the state. All
of tbe different scrums exposed for
tale in the state and a great many of
tbe cure have been tested. The great-
er majority of the serums havo been
found to be potent but no cure has
been of any use in either curing or
preventing hog cholera. All serums
letted by Purdue university are recom-
mended to the state veterinarian wbo
Issues a state permit under which
earn serum Is sold. At any time this
permit can be revoked through the
serum not being up to tbe standard.
ALSIKE CLOVER IS
GOOD COVER CROP
Well Adapted to Low Moist Soil
Is Weil-Known as Fa-
vorite Food for Bees.
Altlke clover unllko our red clover
Is well adapted to low moist tolls
alto to dried up land. It thould not
be town alone. Six pounds of alslko
seed and ten pounds of red clover teed
town to the acre will give a large crop
of excellent hay and a larger yield
than If either were town alonn
Tied clover will seldom produce a
crop ot hay the third year while
altlko will yield good crops from three
to five years If the land it In good
condition and tho tcason not too dry.
Alslko clover Is well known as the
favorlto food for bees. The honey
mado from alslke blossoms Is said to
bo of excellent quality. Hut lta great-
est value Is for pasture. When .once
firmly rooted It will make a sturdy
growth even If tho season Is hot and
the ground dry.
Hay farmers who have grown this
clover for tome years consider It
valuable to mix with meadow grasses
such at foul meadow and red top.
Yields of 3 V4 to 4 tons of hay have
bocn grown to tho acre and excellent
fall pasture may bo bad until late In
Tho second crop Is tald to causa
horse to slobber freely and on thl
account It Is best not to sow alslke
In horso pastures Tho teed may be
had from tho agricultural stores. It
Is thought bctt to try this clover-
sow ono-thlrd nlilko and two-thlnls
red clover to tho aero tho coming
spring and note result.
TIBET Is so latter a cked
kaiates. -we JstTe epeied It
. mtt Cei Sir Fraak Toxig-.
buinii. ti fasces TVrWHi 1
erjfectr. la a priit4 later-j
new. a tie roost texicrut rerslt
of tie erj-rifcSsffl ifch I ted to
IAih. ! taetioaex. a tarsal trcaiy
-rat sigad &r -riich tie eerstry vu
vrt&ica&T tiroKE opes to forttga-
era Tnifci poxts bare &eea ettaa-ab&f-d.
aad lie aotHes are asxfou
te oxtttrate tzU&iij relaUesa wttb
tie avtit&e world.
Tie city ot Lkaaa Is sttsated In a
lovely TaMey weB irrigated riehfy
caKfrat asd watered by a river
irraad as tie Tiarae at Wertatiarter.
It It ezceeiisagfy ptctcrejse. tbe tows
betsg bsddfed about tie bate" of a
lofty bill ea wMea staads tbe age
palace of tie 'graad lasa as iapoa-
iaa; ttrsctsre of rsaaoary very solidly
Uaay of tie bosses are of stoae aad
abtaaUaBy oobstreeted. aatd set a
few of ties are tarroanded by ibade
trees. Tbe pictsre presented to tbe
eye by tbe rock-perched palace with
tie stray city at lu bate the whole
set la a beautiful valley deep la the
heart of the zoosclzins It wonder-
Oar expedition started from Dar-
Jeeilng. and tbe first part of tbe Jour-
ney lay through tbe woaderfal trop-
ical forest of SiixJra the mosntala
sides covered everywhere wfti a
wealth of tropical vegetation. Mar-
Tekraa orcak! and inaamerable bet-1
terfiies of brIIHan' baes lent addition-!
ai boaety to tbe scene through which
Steadily ascending we finally
emerged upon tbe high Tibetan ta-
bleland and found ourselves in view
of a magnificent panorama of 1S9 miles
ot the tallext peak of tbe Himalayas
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" 1 1 in iiiaiiiiiii mil - irrrsn sum rim mii irimnT-i-ftwaaiirfHaTTtiiiiwirrwaiaaiinmy
5UDDH15T TCKPLn IN TlBCT
with Everest tbe loftiest mountain
In tbe world as tbe culminating ob-
ject. In the dim mysterious distance
lay tbe tacred city ot which to llt-
tlo I known and entrance to which
was barred by every obstacle man or
nature could raise.
Not Opposed at First.
At a placo called Yatung a trading
pott had been established under an
old treaty. Dut a wall bad been erect-
ed to thut out all Intruders add be-
yond It our tradera bad never been
allowed to pat. The wall was built
directly across tbe road and high up
tho mountain side on either hand. We
thought we might have to Dght our
way through but the great door In
the tower which guarded tbe road waa
standing open and thus we passed
peaceably through tbe gate of Tibet
and descended Into the Cbumbi val-
ley. In the valley bottom and on the hill-
side were comfortable villages and cul-
tivated fields Tho people seemed well-to-do
and were decidedly well dis-
posed toward us. Tbey soon showed
themselves keen traders and mutt
havo made a small fortune out of their
dealing! with the expedition.
After three weeks which wero de-
voted to military preparations wo
started again A ?rce of tho Tlbotan
troops attempted to' oppose our prog-
ress saying to ut over and over again
"Ho back to the frontier!"
It was not until early April that
after exhausting every possibility ot
poaccful agreement we- finally pro-
ceeded to Uyanlse. On the way we
bad several Cgals. The dUtanre froa
tie frcatr to Lhasa It 324 taHes and
Granite Is Jut about half way. Tbe
towa Is titrated ia fiat opes valley
dotted all ever with fioarlibinz: hatn-
lett. asd watertd by suaeroes
itrearn It tu aa agreeable change
Sot as. erpecfalty as spring U com-
Isg oa. aad tie bitter cold had been
Oa tie fifth day of May onr camp
-i awakened by wild tbeat and
firiag. which were the yrehde of aa
attack la force by tie Tibetan troops.
Tor fiHy two zeostis we were be-
sieged then re-eaforeeaeatt arrived
aad we were enabled to proceed. On
Jtdy II we set oat for Lhata in the
xsidrt of a jalattorza. Freqsent rains
thereafter went far to dettrby the
deiexiea that Tibet Is a raialess coca-
try. Lhata the Forbidden City.
Aa we parted OTer range after
range of bills we kokeo. eagerly for
the mysterious city It was oa the
second day ot Acgast that we beheld
at last tbe golden roofs of tbe Potala
the bage group of bollding on tbe
hilltop composing the oScial quar-
ter of the grand Iaxsa glittering In
the distance; and on the following
ir we pitched oar camp beneath the
trails of Lhasa the forbidden capital
which no Bring Eeropean had ever
The first fact of Importance that
we ascertained was that the grand
lama bad Eed. He bad soeght refuge
In Chlaese territory.
We foond much to Ltterest nt mean-
while in the monasteries which might
bo described as ecchtiastieal settle-
ments tsrroonded by high walls and
gathered about one or more temples.
The temples always have red walls
and In many Instances the roofs are
covered with pities of pure gold. In
each temple la usually a long altar be-
hind which stand hug; Images of
tbo gods. Inside they are very dirty
and grimy with highly decorated im-
aginative pictures of demons and drag-
ons. Before the Images ot the goda
burn many bowls of butter nlgbt and
day. Just as candles are burned In
Roman Catholic churches before the
figures ot saints.
People Were Hospitable.
When once we had entered Lhasa
wo found the people hospitable as
well as friendly. They even gave us
free access to the monasteries and
temples. They are very fond of thoat-
rlcal performances which are con-
ducted in tho open air. On one occa-
sion I was routed out ot bed at seven
o'clock In tbe morning to attend such
a performance which lasted until
seven in the evening. It was got up
expressly for my entertainment and
consisted mainly ot pantomime ac-
companied by dancing and music the
latter being chiefly drumming. They
wanted to go on with it for three days
more but ono day was enough for me.
Wo taw a good deal of the women
of Tibet They aro not veiled or se-
cluded In any way as In other orien-
tal countries. Many of them came
to our camp between fights bringing
eggs poultry mutton butter wheat
barley and other produce fo sale.
Polyandry Is practically restricted
to the agricultural laboring class. It
Is an expedient ot economy the ar-
rangement usually being one under
which a woman Is the wife ot several
brothers. She does not choose her
husbands from different families.
"Rape's Diapepsin" fixes sick
sour gassy stomachs in
Ti K' In fire tslacte all ttorraca
distress wlH go. No Indigestion fceart-
bara eoarseis or belching of gaa acid
or eructation of undigested food co
dizziness. Moating or fool breath.
Pipe rXapeptln I noted for It
speed in regelating apret sttcraci.
It 1 the tsrett qatckeit asd sort cer-
tain Indigestion rezsedy is the who'a
world asd beside It it baraleta.
Pleact for yov take get a larga
fiftyeat case of Papea Dlapeptia
from any ttore and pot yosr stomach
right. Don't keep oa belsg miserable
life 1 too thort 701 are not hero
long to make yoar stay agreeable.
Eat what yoa Hke and digest it; en-
joy it without dread of rebellion la
Pape Dlapepfln belongs in yosr
home anyway Shoold ose of the fam-
ily eat soaetMag which doa't agreo
with them or In case of an attack: ot
indigestion dyspepsia gastritis or
stomach derangement at daytime or
daring the night it is bandy to give
the quickest relief ksown. Adv.
UNITED STATES RANKS HIGH
Percentage cf Illiteracy .Compares
Well With Thate cf Other Coun-
tries of the World.
In the United States the percentage
of Illiteracy is 7.7 for tbe total poprla-
lion (over ten year cf agel and 3 for
the native white population. In Tim-
mark. Germany the Netherlands Swe-
des. Switzerland and the United King-
dom the percentage ot illiteracy is
lower than that for the native white
population ot the United State. Dorbt-
lers tbe list should alto Include Nor-
way althoegh no figure are available
for that coentry; but In the other Eu-
ropean eoaatrles the percentage "it
illiteracy i higher than It I in the
United State and usually very muci
higher. In Bulgaria It is C per cent:
Ib Greece 79. in Hungary 32 in Italy
37. In Portugal 69. In Roumanla 61
in Ratsla 6$) In Servia 79 and in Spain
SS. There Is lets Illiteracy in Aus-
tralia tban In the United States but In
all other non-European countries the
percentage of illiteracy is in general
For SteaSfatt Peace.
God puts within our reach the pow-
er of helpfulnei. tbe ministry ot pity:
be i ever ready to Increase bis grace
In our hearts that as we live and. act
among all the torrows of tbe world
we may learn by slow degrees skill
and mystery of consolation. "If ye
know these things happy are ye If ye
do them." There Is no surer way of
steadfast peace In this world than tbe
active exercise of pity: no happier
temper of mind and work tban the
lowly watching to see If we can lessen
any misery tbat Is about us: nor Is
there a:y better way of growh In
faith and love. Francis Paget.
Flatbush You know he's got a pic-
ture of one ot the old masters at his
Bensonhurst Which wife Is It?
So He Got Wet.
Mother Why didn't you run for
home when you heard that a shower .
was coming up?
Willie 'Cause I knew I wouldn't get
wet unlets It came down.
Anyone could write poetry were It
not necessary to make It rhyme.
Most men wouldn't do a thing It
they didn't need the coin.
the Year Round
and it agree with me" writes
a doctor "better than any
breakfast food on the market
unless there is one I have
Crape-Nuts is scientifically
prepared to agree with both
strong and weak digestions.
Long baking about 20 hours
partially pre-digeats the
starch cells for quick easy
Besides Grape-Nuts sup-
plies in concentrated form
all of the nutriment of wheat
and barley including the in-
valuable mineral elements
often lacking in ordinary food.
Wax-sealed crisp ready
to eat and economical.
"There's a Reason"
sold by Grocers.
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