The Supply Republican (Supply, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 22, 1920 Page: 2 of 8
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your cold is eased
AFTtR THE FIRST DOSf
"Pape’s Cold Compound" then breaks
up a cold in a few
Relief comes Instantly. A dose taken
every two hours until three doses are
taken usually breaks up a severe cold
and ends all the grippe misery.
The very first dose opens yout
eiogged-up nostrils and the air pass-
nffes In the head, stops nose running
relieves the headache, dullness, fever-
ishness. sneezing, soreness and stiff-
FACING NEW WAR
SIR THOMAS LIPTON
Bolshevist Successes in Russia
Bring Grave Oanger to the
Peace of Europe.
Don’t stay stuffed-up I Quit blowing
and snuffling! Clear your congested
bond ! Nothing else In the world gives
such prompt relief ns "Pape’s Cold
Compound,” which costs only a few
cents at any drug store.
AfIMV ANOIMVY HEAOS IN PARIS
It acts with-
out assistance, tastes nice, contains no
quinine—Insist upon Pape’s !—Adv.
I.lttle Helen Mamma, the minister
told me today that God gave me
Mother—Well, he did, my dear.
Helen—Then somebody Isn’t telling
the truth. I heard auntie telling Mrs.
Brown that the court gave me to you
GREEN’S AUGUST FLOWER.
Constipation Invites other troubles
, <h co,,l° speedily unless quickly
cheeked and overcome by Green’s
August Flower which Is a gentle luxu-
t ve, regulates digestion both in
stomach and intestines, cleans and
sweetens lhe stomach and alimentary
email stimulates the liver to secrete
lbe bile and impurities from the blood
It Is a sovereign remedy used in many
thousands of households all over the
civilized world for more than half a
century by those who have
Hh Indigestion, nervous dyspepsia.
« ujTElsh liver, coming up of food, pal-
pitation, constipation and other in-
testinal troubles. Sold
Military Chief, Hurriedly Summoned
to France by Lloyd George—Po-
land and India Threatened.
London.—Before peace with Ger-
many is a week old, the British pub-
ic has been brought up sharply aginst
the possibility of another wur.
Winston Spencer Churchill, secre-
loS of —^ WaUer Hume Um*- "rat
A Feeling of Security
on his arrival
NEED PRE-WAR STANDARDS
commandor of the
Field Marshall Sir Henry Wilson,
chief of the imperial general staff,
nave left London having been hurried-
v 8U®“°ned to Paris for a consulta-
tion with Premier Lloyd George and
other British officials there on import-
unt military and naval matters.
Stirred by Red Successes.
This summons is inevitably con-
nected in the public mind with the
semi-official statement calling atten-
tion to the threatening situation in
he middle East as a result of Bol-1
shevik military successes which have a8serntded in an effort to find a
Bivon the soviets virtual mastery of * ?medy for the financial and cominer-
the whole of European
although It is not yet confirmed that
they have entered Odessa,
^ ou naturally ,’eel Becure when you
know that the medicine you are about to
take is absolutely pure and contains no
barmful or habit producing drugs.
Such a medicine is Dr. Kilmer’s Swamp-
Root, kidney, liv-r and bladder remedy.
The same standard of purity, strength
and excellence is maintained in every
bottle of Swamp-Root.
It ia scientifically compounded from
It is not a stimulant and is taken in
teaspoon ful doses.
It is not recommended for everything.
It is nature’s great helper in relieving
and overcoming kidney, liver and blad-
A sworn statement of purity
every bottle of Dr. Kilmer's
If you need a medicine, you should
have the best. On sale at all drug stores
in bottles of two sizes, medium and large.
However, if you wish first to try this
great preparation send ten cents to Dr.
Kilmer 4 Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a
sampje bottle. When writing be sure and
mention this paper.—Adv.
SWEEPING INVESTIGATION WILL
FOLLOW TESTIMONY OF
DANIELS DISREGARDED SIMS
Supreme Council Appeals to Dutch
Justice—Holland Would Fail in
Duty if She Impedes Punishment,
of Kaiser Says Note.
People Urged to Return to Former
Way of Living and Reasoning
In Strong Appeal.
' ork-—A call for one of the
greatest international conferences of
commercial and financial figures ever
Why Women Go Mad.
W>u used to say I reminded you of
« woodland sprite,’’ she complained.
You never tell me nny more that I’m
ns beautiful ns the dawn or that my
eyes are trnnsulcent pools in which
you see reflections of Elysian vistas.
"I know," he replied, still studying
the market page. "Since I have to
give so much of my attention to hard
fnets I seem to have lost my imagina-
mastery of . . --------*-*,*« *««*-
Russia, for, ?Ilao? in which the world has been
BY “BAYER” IN 1900
end dealers everywhere. Try aboUuT
tako no substitute.—Adv.
it is be-
cannot be long before they
are in full possession of the coast
By their victories, the Bolshevik!
have obtained command of enormous
supplies of food, raw materials, coal
and rolling stock and other means of
left by the war, was issued here fol-
lowing the meeting of a coterie,of na-
tionally known financiers.
i’lie appeal was issued simultane-
ously with similar proclamations in
Great Britain, France, Holland, Swit-
zerland, Denmark, Sweden and Nor-
way. in each case the documents
were signed by business, financial,
Look for name “Bayer" on the tablets,
then you need never
P»rt of your mlss-
"I have found a
lug medical book.”
"What part is it?”
,ooks ,lk« the vermiform uppen-
transport of which they formerly were ' pollUcal and educational leaders In
*" tbeir respective
Greater Conquest Planned.
•Speculation is active
A flection Is something a girl dishes
but to her male friends Just
countries. in the
case of the European countries, the
in the Europ- ?''eil1 Was addreased to the respec-
ean capitals as to the next move of i ® governments. In the United
(ho Bolsheviki. It is regarded as cer I *he Chamber of Commerce of
tain, that flushed with success they I "e United States was asked to ar-
v ill not be content with their present1 'ange ,he Preliminaries of the confer-
< onqnests, but will seek to extend bob f"0®'. Wh‘le ,h0 appoal was addressed
For Mothers and all
lte Prescription was
a splendid tonic and
relieved me of all
tions during expect-
ancy. My baby was
strong and hardy in
every way. I surely
nin glad to recom-
mend Dr. Pierce’s
tion to the expectant
mother because I
perience that it ia go.*i.-M'UJ()
COOPER. 3310 Cass St.
For Women Who are Ner-
vous, Weak, or Run-down
shovism either eastward or westward to ,kal body, the American
1 l"s com'
bo an attack on Poland and the Baltic I • lJ1® Germany and Austria are not
states ami Warsaw dispatches to the I included in the original call, it was an-
Londou papers already indicate that nounced ,hat the delegates from these
the Poles are fully anticipating such ,c„ountnes wouId be invited to attend
» move. 6 the conference. “Tho sum up the doe-
The sovioLs now undoubtedly com- ume*lts;” 8ays the official announce-
mand formidable forces, but not suffi-1 mfn.t’ 1 is a ca!1 to the People to
cient to warrant an attempt to ad1 ,etan t0 Pre-war standards of reason
vance both east and west. Against ' appeal to the reparations com-
the likelihood of an attack on Poland 1 .nilS81pn for w)se moderation as to the
which, It Is said would be nonular b6St buslness Policy for all concerned
an appeal to governments to arrest
inflation and meet inevitable bur-
dens by increasing their revenue rath-
If you want the true, world-famous
Aspirin, ns prescribed by physicians
for over eighteen years, you muct ask
for “Bayer Tablets of Aspirin.”
The “Bayer Cross” is stamped on
each tablet and appears on each pack-
age for your protection against imi-
In each package of “Bayer Tablets
°f Aspirin” nre safe and proper direc-
tions for Colds, Headache, Neuralgia,
Toothache, Earache, Rheumatism,
Lumbago, Neuritis, and for Pain in
Handy tin boxes containing 12 tablets
cost but a few’ cents. Druggists also
soil larger “Bayer” packages. Aspirin
Is the trade mark of Bayer Manufac-
ture of Monoaceticacidester of Salicy-
[Washington, Jan 19—Charges that
inefficiency and mismanagement of
American naval affairs actually de-
layed the surrender of Germany were
made today by Admiral S. Sims’ rank-
ing naval ofifeer in Europe during the
TOO WEAK TO
A Serious Feminine Illness Remedi
By Lydia E. Pink ham’s Vegetabl
Casco, WIs. — “After the birth of es
of my children I had displacement a
wa8 so weak
couldn’t do anyth!
I found a ho<
about Lydia E. Pin
h a m’s Vegetab
thought I would ti
it, and after takin
it I soon felt be
ter. That was fi
teen years ago ar.
I have felt well ev
[since except that
I had a slight attac
with the red generals. la the fact that
the Bolshevik flanks
would be ex-
posed on the north to an attack by the
Letts and on the south to
by the Rumanians.
RUSSIA MAY BAR RADICALS
Keep Milk Fresh.
One of the wonders of the British
Dairy association show, according to
the London Daily News, was a Dan-
ish appliance for keeping milk fresh
for two years or more. No preserva-
tives are used. The apparatus
known as a “homogenizer,” and the
preserving force Is a pressure of 2,000
pounds to the square inch.
ever mv system seemed to requires to"
Refusal to Let Buford’s Passegers
Land May Cause Their Return
to the United States.
the womanly functions, owes it, to
the trnnluT1', oncs 10 f,p**dd>.’ overcome
tne trouble before a general breakdown
causes permanent prostration.
_ T)r\ Pr7^’" Favorite Prescription ia •
non-alcoholic remedy that anv ailing wo-
Tf^8 °/ tb8 mo8t prooounced character!
t^day eitherin liquid or tablet form or
the Bolsheviki per-
mit the deported radicals now aboard | sucb a course.”
the transport Buford to be landed in
Russia or will they be turned back
in the hope that the agitators will
be taken back to the United States?
is the Question of greatest
er than by increasing their debts—an
appeal to the people to work and
save—an appeal to leaders of com-
merce and finance to get together in
order to study the problems dispas-
sionately and take it up as a business
proposition, relying on independent
action rather than government inter-
\ention. Governments can be relied
upon, however, to remove as rapidly
as possible the obstacles that impede
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
cannot°^M^hA?iTL1CATIONS’ as th*y
SSJ"* r,each, the seat of the dlseas«£
Catarrh la a local disease, greatly influ-
CATA nttR11 M icrfI?,tIaJ c°nd11i°ns. HALL’S
rPS?" MKdic’INE will cure catarrh.
I Rlrfi n. .1 n5lly and aots through
Surfaces of the
fyat«"; HALL’S CATARRH MEDICINE
is composed of some of the best tonics
known, combined wRh some of the best
£'°°d e^iners. The perfect combination
at*n HALL’S CATARRH
MEDTPINF iii “mTi.**? *AlJ ° CATARRH
Mhi.DiUNE is what produces such won-
For Stock Exchange Seat $115,000.
New York.—A seat on the New York
stock exchange has sold for a record
dexful results l„ catarrhal c^dTtions.
Druggists 75c. Testimonials free.
t. j. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, Ohio.
n underBlood „ere thBt b„or« 1 ?. “„“d Z /f' A
Finland w.n pern,it the Undine of no seller being round *'
the Buford passengers the government__'
will demand a guarantee from the | Plan a Moral n •
United States that in case the Bol ! w 1, . Drive'
shvlkl refuse to receive the deportaes 1 ^f8't0n,—The mo8t thorough
they will not be left in Finland. I ot the1*™™™*™ ■»l^n the history
It Is believed here that the Moscow I soo^accordinK S mfPPed here
government realizes that if the de- ment d g ° a recent announce-
Ported radicals are not permitted to
enter Russia they will have to bo u m.
taken back to the United stutuo „!l Heavy Damage In French Storms.
Don’t Know What’s Coming.
His Wife—I love to watch the chil-
dren at play. They seem so happy.
Her Husband—Why shouldn’t 'they
he happy? They don’t owe a cent and
they won’t be married for
they will have to be
to the United States as i n
landing them in other parts of Eurone *T . Northern and eastern France
would be diplomatically impossible. ' are beiDg swept by vi°lent storms.
Cuticura Soothes Itching Scalp
On retiring gently rub spots of dan-
druff and itching with Cuticura Oint-
ment. Next morning shampoo with
Cuticura Soap and hot water. Make
them your every-day toilet preparations
and have a clear skin and soft, whits
Admiral Sims declared that on leav-
ing for London prior to America’s de-
claration of war, he was admonished
not to “let the British pull the woo!
over his eyes,” and to remem her that
we would just ns soon fight the
Rntish as the G-mans” Ho made
further charges (hat the nsvy depart
ment at Washington disregarded ad-
vice from officers on the scene and
hampered the winning of the war.
Admiral Sims made the following
He was sentt o Eurone just before
the war broke out, without a state-
ment about the government’s nolicy.
“Don’t let the Rritish pull the wool
over your eyes. It is none of r •
business pulling their chestnuts out of
the f.re. We would as soon fight the
nntish as the 0p^n4}<lns.,,
The navy department did not an-
nounce a policy until three months
after the war was declared—so far as
Admiral Sims knew.
The navy department “did not enter
whole heartedly into the campaign”
for many months after war was de-
clared—at least, not its plan in Europe-
At he outbreak of hostilities, naval
shins were caught widely scattered
and many in need of repair.
The navy department disregarded
recommendations of Admiral Sims
That the maximum naval force be
centrated on the European
Admiral Sims was not supported
during the most critical period of the
war either by adequate personnel or
by the adequate forces that could have
Admiral Sims was never allowed to
choose his principal subordinates and
was not consulted as to their assign-
,A sweeping investigation of the
navy s part in the war is certain as a
result of Sim’s testimony, it was be-
lieved at the capital tonight.
of the trouble some time ago and too
some more of your Compound and wa
soon all right again. I always recom
mend your medicine and you may pub
lish my testimonial for the benefit o
other women.”—Mrs. Jules Beko, Jr.
R. 1, Box 99, Casco, Wis.
Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Com
pound, made from native roots and herbs
contains no narcotic or harmful drugs
and today holds the record of being thi
most successful remedy for female ilk
in this country, and thousands of vol
untary testimonials prove this fact.
If you have the slightest doubt that
ir you nave tne slightest doubt thal
Lydia E. Pinkham’s vegetable Com-
pound will help you, write to Lydia E.
Pinkham Medicine Co. (confide
Lynn, Mass., for advice. Your letter
will be opened, read and answered by a
woman, aad held in strict confidence.
Money back without question
if HUNT’S SALVE foils in the
treatment of ITCH, ECZEMA.
RINGV\ ORM.TETTEK or other
itching skin diseases. Price
75c at druggists, or direct from
AB. Hichards Medlcina Co.,Sherman.lu.
Education Going On.
After his first day at school Floyd
was asked by his mother wlint he had
learned at school. “Nothing,” replied
Floyd. The next evening the same
question was asked and Floyd proudly
answered, “O, I learned to keep my
toes on the mark and jump over an-
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA, that famous old remedy
for infants and children, and see that It
In Use for OveTio Years.'
Children Cry for Fletcher’s Castoria
DRY RULES TO BE LIBERAL
If yoo are troubled with pains or
aches; feel tired; have headache,
indigestion, insomnia; painful pass-
•ga of urine, you will find relief in
Chicago Agent Says Enforcement of
Federal Prohibition in Illinois Will
Be Very Reasonable.
reports stating that three persons
have been killed and twelve injured
Heavy damage is reported from vari-
ous cities, numerous buildings having
been blown down.
“There is one queer thing about the
old sea dogs.”
“What Is that?”
’’They don’t seam to take to ocean
has been passedi
out by Capt. Hubert E. Howard.
rector * * *
CONDENSED NEWS ITEMS
Tha world’s standard ratnedy for kidnav
Thrsa sizes, all druggists. Guarantaad.
Uak for t5. Gold M.J.I O. ^
accept do uaiUtio*
Chicago.—Word ______ _________ _____
—Representatives of France. GreTt
of federal prohibition in Illi-1 , r ta*n’ ^*y> Greece, Belgium, Spain
nois. that enforcement of the eight- Japan and Rrazil, members of the
eentli constitutional amendment, would ^’ounc11 of the League of Nations met
be ’’based upon mutual reasonable- ln the “clock room’’ of the French for
ness, and carried out by reasonable e‘gn office at 10 o’clock the other
and slow working authorities." j alornlne for the first meeting in the
Captain Howard and Maj. A. V bistory °f the league.
Dalymple. general prohibition agent r>___
of the Chicago district announced m Reciprocal interchange of certain
there would be "no Invasions of the tween^he^R in^Iu<ling foodfituffsr be-
home. no raiding of respectable clubs and n«,H»iR Pe°P'e and AI,,ed
and hotels, and no frisking for hi.. ?! countnes has been decided
This soothing hosting, penetrat-
ing remedy tnkeeail of theunsrt-
log f«lu out of borne. cute
epralne. etcu end guicktr hnale
the Injury. (Set > Sf-eor TOo bottle
| tooaj from jour ilruwiK*
A Private Loan to Belgium.
New York.—Belgium has
granted a loan of 25
upon by the supreme council in ses-
sion at Paris.
SEE SHABBY, FADED
GARMENTS TURN NEW
“Diamond Dyes" Make Old
Fresh and Stylish.
—By a vote
of nearly 3 to 1 the
been senate has passed the water power de-
. million dollars velopment bill diff.aro„t
by a syndicate headed by J. p m— ______ ».___ !’ d,trereiR in some re-
Mor- spects from the
J?.,? lADO for IWUOATED FA KM* Bro
Auclu. ojiyUiia* from Sugar Beela dowfc”
bill that has
one form or
Don’t worry about perfect results.
Use “Diamond Dyes,” guaranteed to
give a new. rich, fadeless color to any
fabric, whether it be wool, silk, linen,
cotton or mixed goods,—dresses^
blouses, stockings, skirts, children’s
coats, feathers, draperies, coverings—
The Direction Book with ench pack-
age tells how to diamond dye over any
To match any material, have dealer
show you "Diamond Dye” Color Card.
Pans, Jan. 19.—The supreme coun-
oi s note to the Dutch government
asking that the former German em-
peror be given up to the allies under
article 2-7 of the Versailles treaty for
trial, points out that if the former cm
peror had remained in Germany he
would have been delivered up under
the same conditions by the German
“Among his many crimes,” the note
recalls the "cynical violation of the
neutrality of Relgiuni and i/Uxem_
burg; the barbarous system of host-
ages, massed deportations, systematic
devastation without military reasons;
the submarine war,” and declares:
I’or all of which acts responsibil-
ity. at least moral, reaches the su-
preme chief, who ordered them or
abused his unlimited powers to break
or permit others to break, the most
5a™d 111,68 of human conscience.
1 he powers cannot conceive.” it
adds, “that The Netherlands would re-
gard with less reprbation than them-
selves the immense
"The hen Is certainly giving a lesson
to the world ln not being puffed up
with pride from prosperity.”
“Notwithstanding her product Is one
of the highest priced on the market,
she is still content to scratch for a
Nearly every proposition
sure winner—on paper.
CHAS. MOORE. CLYMER.
In January I was getting
one egg a day from 32 hens.
I began feeding Mayer’s Lay-
more and here is the result-
448 eggs from 20 hens in one
WAKE your hens lay
weighing upon the
mate herself with other nations, so far
as she is able, to prosecute, or at least
Lifted Blockade Fatal to Lenine
The Old Trick.
Second Mate—“The cook has been
swept overboard, sir.” Captain—“Just
like a cook to leave without giving
Washington. Jan. 19—Removal of
the blockade on Soviet Russia ha*
knocked one of their "greatest props”
from under the Bolsheviki. Herbert
Hoover said in a statement here to-
night. Speaking from his knowledge
of world conditions, he said the Soviet
government had laid every failure of
socalsm on the hlockade and used it
as a stimulus for raising armies, on
the ground that the Russians were
fighting to save themselves from star-
Mayer’s Laymore is a
in tablet form that is
eaay to give—one tablet
Q,Uart ot water,
which is sufficient for
ir„??“• Laymore will
double your escg .upply.
I. J*,11 *et f°r you more
This we guarantee or
refund your money.
Send No Money
P»J $’••••••••......... on delirery,
Flv.' (» ‘ PaVksVw.' '*’5 wU; to ’ ii.' ‘'
This soofhlntf, healing, penutrat-
Jn* remedy taken all of the smart- C
inff pain out of burns cjalds, cuts, <
sprains, etc., and quickly heals tlie^
Injury. Get a S&e or 70c bottle today
from your druggist.
Revise Vatican Wage Scale. __A
rr,”’'?:'’1:''»—«* ES “ a ........'
salaries to meet
•oat of iiving.
the department of
[f”" Kr-“—’ - - -
the National Shoe Retailers.
- Clear Healthy
—7 - -"• » - ^— 1 ear r Iea ihv
For frmm bt Cars Boat Nurias Cs,Olatall2l
Final Action on Treaty Not Near
Washington. Jan. 19—Hopes for
final action by senate on the peace
treaty this month virtually had van-
ished tonight. Efforts o refpublican
and democratic leaders to adjust dis-
putes over reservations will he con-
tinued this week, but the time re-
quired for subsequent negotiations
with the rank and file of the senate,
and the debate which will follow in
the senate, itself, are expected general- I
ly to preclude final action before Feb- I
uary, at the earliest.
r.hi.V?,? t'Orrrapomlence School of Singing,
including voice culture and steht r»ariln“l
complete course covering 12 months. *16. Too
can train youraelf to teach. AUdrees Inqui-
ries and remlttadces to Prof. Stempson. The
l Diversity, Pine and Sixteenth. St. Louie. Mo
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