Farmers' Champion (Elgin, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 16, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 6, 1913 Page: 3 of 8
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A TONIC LAXATIVE
Pe-ni-na an Up-to-Date Family Medicine That
Should Be In Every Home
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S. B. HARTMAN. M. D.
Nearly everybody is obliged more or
leu to take a lnxative. There are of
course a lew exceptions a greav iuhij
people also need occasionally to take a
tonic. Probably few households exist
that do not make use o tonics and
The remedy Pcruna is a laxative
tonic. It not only operates aa a -gentle
laxative but also as a tonic.
The benefit derived from such a
remedy !b a great deal more n tho
prevention of disease than in tin cure.
After a person has really become sick
either with an acute or chrome ail-
ment the rule should be to employ a
physician or some one who can give the
case his personal attention. Hut long be-
fore this happens the person will complain
of this or that symptom which is not se-
vere enough to interfere with his regular
activities. If at this place before the di
How big an Income should a young
man have before ho Ib justified In get-
ting married? This question is naked
In various departments of tho Sunday
papers at various scasoiiB of the year
and It is variously answered. Condi-
tions change and domestic happiness
changes with tho conditions.
Tho best answer wo remember to
have heard was given by a cynical
bachelor and skeptic last week. This
porson was in tho newspaper ofllco
when tho woman editor opened her
mall nnd read forth this question:
"Could a young couple bo happy on
900 a year?"
"Suro they could" answered the
skeptic eagerly. "They couldn't live
together on It."
Louis Drownlow Washington news-
paper man paused In a drug store in
Oreensboro N. C not so long ago to
ask for a match. Whllo ho was there
a young colored chap canio running
in with a big gash tho wholo length
of his skull and apparently a good
deal put out about some accident that
had befallen him.
"What's happened to you?" usked
Hrownlow excitedly but sympathetic-
ally. "A friend hit me with a hatchet"
replied the bleeding stranger.
High Coat of Living.
Madam Were you dow ntou n
Maid Yes mum; an' things cost so
mum. I spont $7 mum an' only got
n hat a pair of shoes an' some long
He gave his consent." "Then why tho
peculiar look you are wearing?" "He
was bo darned willing." Houston
The proof of the pudding may be in
the amount left over.
Pills are unllkealloth-
cr laxatives or cathar-
tics. They coax the
liver into activity by
gentle methods thsy
do cot scour; they do
not gripe; they do not
weaken; but they do
start all the secretions
of Ihe liver and stom-
ach in a way that soon
puta these organs in a
healthy condition and
corrects constipation. Munyon'a Paw-Paw
Pills are a tonic to the stomach liver and
nerves. They invigorate instead of weaken;
they enrich tha blood instead of impover-
ishing it; they enable the stomach to get all
tho nourishment from food that is put into
it Price 25 cents. All Druggists.
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sease has really gained a foothold in the
system a person was to take a dose or two
of a good tonic laxative the great major-
ity of catca of sickness would be pre
Peruna is remedy that should be kept
in the house. Its virtue as a preventive
to disease is the thing I wish chiefly to
A slight condition of constipation may
lead to serious sluggishness of the bowels
biliousness re-absorption of poisonous ma-
terial and finally sickness. Or apathy of
the stomach in which the food is not rel-
ished may gradually lead to atonic dyspep-
sia or to the acquisition of some acute dis-
ease. or emier one 01 inoie rnnivii"i
a few doses of the tonic laxative Pcruna
would set matters right. This is why the
remedy should always be kept nanny by.
When once the value of Peruna as a
household remedy is understood no home
would be without it. Cathartics pills and
powders would be discarded. Irritating
tonics would be no longer taken. Alco-
holic drinks would have no place. With a
few doses of Pcruna a vigorous appetite is
produced and if there be any sluggishness
of the bowels their function is gradually
Most laxatives are weakening in their
effect. A tonic laxatltc guards against
(his weakening effect. Until right living
has become so thoroughly established that
nil medicines are superfluous Peruna will
bo n eded. It is exactly the remedy that
meets numerous necessities of the house-
hold. Sold at all drug stores.
Mr. John D. Perkins 22 Whiting St.
riymouth Mass. writes: "I think Pe
runa is a number one medicine. I wai
troubled with catarrh and bowel com-
plaint. I tried Bexcral doctors but could
only find temporary relief. I took Pcruna
and nm glad to say that it cured my ca-
tarrh and corrected my bowels."
Pc-ru-ni Man-a-lin and La-cu-pia manu-
factured by the Peru na Company Colum-
bus Ohio fold at all drug stores.
M'KCIAI. NOTiri:i Many p-rsons inquire
for The Old-tlmo Pcruna. They want the Pe-
runa that their rathers and Mothers use
to t&ke. The old Peruna Is now called Kit-
tnrno If your drueKlat or denier does not
keep It for snle wrllo the Katarno Company
Columbus. Ohio and they will tell you all
"What do you mean by bringing
home a bird of that size?"
"Well wo can make up for tho size
by stuffing It good."
SCURF ON BABY'S HEAD
Campbell Va. "I used Cutlcura
Soap and Ointment for scurf on my
baby's head and they mado a complete
euro. It came on her head soon after
birth. It broke out in pimples and
itched and she would scratch It and
cause sores to form. Her head was
very sore and her hair fell out in
bunches. She was very cross and fret-
ful and could not sleep at night I
tried many remedies all failed then I
tried Cutlcura Soap and Ointment and
they commenced to heal at once. I
put tho Cutlcura Ointment on and -a
halt hour after washed her bead with
tho Cutlcura Soap. I used them a
month and she was cured entirely."
(Signed) Mrs. W. B. McMullcn Mar.
Cutlcura Soap and Ointment sold
throughout the world. Sample of each
free with 32-p. Skin Dook. Addreaa
post-card "Cutlcura DepL L Boston."
Two old cronies had been sitting In
a cafe on Cortlundt street ono Satur-
day aftomon for several hours and
wore pretty milch the worse for their
"What is your nationality anyway
Jim?" aBked one.
"Well I'll tell you Hob. My father
came from Olasgow so you see I'm
half Scotch "
"And tho other half seltzer I
guess" put in IiIb companion. Satur-
day lOvcnlng Post.
Mother (summoned by defeated
nurse) Oh Maudle darling how can
)ou bo so naughty?
Maudle Easily. Punch.
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"He has a heart of gold a grip of
Iron and a will of steel."
"Humph 1 He must be a man of
STUDIES BIG PROBLEM
UREAU or SOCIAL HYQIENK It
John D. Rockefeller. Jr. Tells of Its
Origin Work and Plans for the
Investigation of Vies
New York Jan. 27. In order that
the public might better understand
the Bureau of Social Hygiene John
D. Itbckefeller Jr. today gave out a
statement explaining the origin work
and plans of that Institution. The
bureau he said came Into existence
about two years ago as a result of the
work of a special grand jury appoint-
ed to Investigate the white slave
traffic in New York City. This Jury
recommended that a public commis-
sion bo appointed to study tho social
Mr. Rockefeller was foreman of that
grand jury and he thereafter gavo tho
subject deep thought and conferred
with a largo number of leading men
and women. "These conferences"
says Mr. Rockefeller "dovolopcd the
feeling that a public commission
would labor under a number of dis
advantages such as the fact that It
would be short lived; that Its work
would be done publicly; that at best
it could hardly do moro than
present recommendations. So tha
conviction grew that In order to make
a real and lasting Improvement In
conditions a permanent organization
should be created tho continuation of
which would not bo dependont upon
a temporary wave of reform nor upon
the life of any man or group of men
but which would go on generation
after generation continuously nSaking
warfare agavnat the forces of evil. It
alsa appeared that a private organi-
zation would have among other ad-
vantages a cortaln freedom from pub-
licity and from political bias which
a publicly appointed commission could
not so easily avoid.
"Thorefore as the initial step in
the winter of 1911 tho Bureau of So-
cial Hygiene was formed. Its pros-
ent members aro Miss Katherlne Bern-
cnt. Davis superintendent of the New
York state Reformatory for Women
at Bedford MUs N. Y.; Paul M. War-
burg of the firm Kulin Loob St Co.;
Starr J. Murphy of tho Now York bar
and John D. Rockfeller Jr. As the work
develops new membors may be aatted.
"Ono of the first things undertaken
by tho bureau was the establishment
at Bedford Hlrts adjacent to tho re
formatory of a laboratory of social
hygiene under Miss Davis' direction.
In this laboratory it is proposed to
study from the physical mental social
and moral side each person committed
to the reformatory. This study will
be carried on by experts and each
case will be kept under observation
for from three weeks to threo months
as may be required. When tho diag-
nosis Is completed It Is hoped that the
laboratory will be In position to rec-
ommend the treatment most likely to
reform the individual or if reforma-
tion is impossible to recommend per-
manent custodial care. Furthermore
reaching out beyond the individuals
involved it is believed that thus im-
portant contributions may be made to
a fuller knowledge of the conditions
ultimately responsible for vice. If
this experiment lo successful the prin-
ciple may prove applicable to all
olasses of criminals and the conditions
precedent to crime and lead to lines
'of action not only more scientific and
humane but also less wasteful than
those at present followed."
In conclusion Mr. Rockfoller's
statement says: "It cannot bfe too
strongly emphasized that the spirit
which dominates the work of the bu-
reau Is not sensational or sentimen-
tal or hysterical; that is is not a spirit
or criticism of public officials; but
that it is essentially a spirit of con-
structive suggestion and of deep sci-
entific as well as humane Interest In
a great world problem."
That Its work might be done intelli-
gently tho bureau employed Ocorge J.
Kneeland to make a comprehensive
survey of vice conditions In New
York and Abraham Flexner to study
the social evil in Europe and their
reporM rue now being prepared. These
studies will be followed by othors In
various American cities and it is the
hope of the bureau that based upon
all of them may be devised a prac-
tical plan for dealing with tho social
IN SENATE N08ES
Hops For Additions Sufficient to Con-
trol tho Upper House
After March 4.
Washington. Demooratic control of
the next senate which became a cer-
tainty when John K. Shields was
elected by the Tennessee legislature
now rests at the minimum strength of
forty-eight exact ke one-half of the
membership of the senate. Demo-
cratic leaders disappointed In the re-
cent loss of Senator Gardner's seat
In Maine now are hopefully watching
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Customer I want a ton of coal.
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Kxamlne carefully every bottle of
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Infants nnd children and see that It
In Use For Over 90
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
A cloth Jacket Is warmer than a fur-
lined coat there being less temptation
to leave It open.
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Woolfonl'M Huiillury Lotion for all klnda et
santagloua licb. At OrugglatH. Adr.
Thero Isn't much use In turning
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Query: U a bride self-possessed
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