Carney Enterprise. (Carney, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 2, Ed. 1 Friday, August 14, 1914 Page: 4 of 8
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An Ounce of Prevention
Most people who enjoy a frequent drink
of beer or liquor fail to realize it's weak-
ening effect on the kidneys.
Kidney weakness sets up backache, head-
Ache, rheumatic pain, nervousness, and
disorders of the urine and if neglected leads
to dropsy, gravel, and Blight's disease.
In the early stages kidney weakness can
be corrected. Doan's Kidney Pills tone
and strengthen weak kidneys aud are
used with success all over the civilized
world. 1 hero's no other kidney remedy
so well recommended.
An Oklihoma Case
W. F. Doorley,
Miles and Fifth St«.,
says: "I endured in-
tense pains when
passing the kidney
secretions and my
bladder was badly
_ PI (Tun
Inflamed. I had aw-
ful pain* In the
■mall of my back,
too, and thty rarely
left me. A friend
gave me a box of
Doan'a Kidney Pflis
and the first few %
do«e helped me. Before long, the pain
in my back left and my kidneys were
flxed up In good shape. I will always
recommend Doan's Kidney Pills to other
Get Doan's et Any Store. SOc a Box
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be dissolved in water as needed.
As a medicinal antiseptic for douches
In treating catarrh, inflammation or
ulceration of nose, throat, and that
caused by feminine ills it has no equal.
For ten years the Lydia E. Pinkham
Medicine Co.has recommended Paxtino
In their private correspondence with
women, which proves its superiority.
Women who have been cured say
it is "worth its weight in gold." At
druggists. SOc. large box, or by mall.
The Paxton Toilet Co,, Boston, Mass.
SEII. GORE USES HIS SHILLALAH
Altus Man Struck During Political
Argument with U. 8. Senator.
Altus. — United States Senator
Thomas P. Gore, using his heavy walk-
ing stick, on the streets of Altus,
struck Tom Moore, a farmer and a so-
cialist over the head shattering the
Senator Gore struck Moore over thj
head a few minutes after the two
men had been introduced by Ellis
Gore, a brother of Senator Gore, who
lives in Altus, and who was escorting
the senator around, introducing him to
citizens of Altus.
Senator Gore had been introduced
to Moore who asked the senator about
the speech Senator Gore made in 1894
in which Senator Gore accused the
democratic party with being a party
Senator Gore replied that during the
1894 campaign he made the speech in
behalf of the populist party; that the
populist party in 1896 fused with the
democratic party in the St. Louis con-
vention and that as a populist-demo-
crat he had supported William Jen-
nings Bryan, the fusion nominee for
president. Moore replied, "Yes, just
such damn fellows as you sold out
the populists to the democrats." Sen-
ator Gore who was standing close to
Moore drew back his walking cane and
before Moore could dodge the blow,
struck Moore over the head with the
Moore replied, "Look out, I cannot
fight a blind man." Ellis Gore, the
senator's brother started to throw off
his coat, saying. "I am not blind; if
you want to make this matter per
sonal I. will fight." A crowd gathered,
and separated the men, Moore going
away alone. Moore was not arrested
and neither was Senator Gore or his
P' " . . ?.j)
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It will satisfy you.
Demand the fenulns
by full name—
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"Hunt's Cure" igguar
anteed to stop and
permanently cure that
| terrible itching. It is
compounded for that
purpose and your money
will be promptly refunded
if Hunt s Cure fails to euro
Itch, Eczema, Tetter, King
—-- -I Woim or any other Skin
Disease 50c at your druggist's, or by mail
hasn 1 "• Manufactured only by
A. B. RICHARDS MEDICINE CO.. Sherman, Teiai
IT" dy.peptic, the debilitated, whether from
poiure °n w of mind or body, drink or ex-
wfll find Tutt's PIIU the most genial restora-
tive ever offered the suffering Invalid.
The fact that a man's home is mort-
gaged is no sign that he owns an au-
THE CHEESE INDUSTRY GROWING
Chain of Factories May Be Estab-
lished by Kraft Co., of Chicago.
Some people never have any respect
or gray hairs until they "have ac-
quired a few of their own.
Cures Old Sores, Olher Remedies Won't Cir*
The worst cases, no matter of how long standing
are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.
Porter# Antiseptic HeaMne OIL It relieves
«nd He.!, at the a.m. flme. 15c! *£
The display of fancy hosiery isn't
connued to the shop windows on raiiiy
Whenever Yon Need a Genera] Toola
Standard Grove's Tasteless
«ul| Toruc is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
rRnva T10 Propcrti* of QUININE
*°.d w?N". OI the Liver Drives
out Malaria, En ches the Blood and
Builds up the \VLUe System. 50 cent*
Oklahoma City.—The establishment
of ;«nhain of cheese factories in this
state is the plan of the J L. Kraft and
Brothers Cheese Company of Chicago,
who established the factory at Thomas
last June. J. L. Kraft, president of
the company, was in Oklahoma Citv
last week, preliminary to a trip of in
spection to Cordell, Snyder and Fred'
erick to investigate the possibHities of
such a move in those towns.
He is of the opinion .that the cheese
industry in Oklahoma Is to be a great
factor in the future as he says thai
the conditions here are nearly ideal
/or the location of factories. In thf
north where the factories of the com
pany have heretofore been located dur
ing the grazing season is much toe
short and the winters too cold for a
long season and these difficulties ar«
not found In this state, he says.
The one difficulty to be met at
present is the lack or dairies here.
To establish a cheese factory with am
degree of success he says the factory
must be supplied with milk from at
least 500 cows and there are but few
tewns in this state where as many a;t
to be found in addition to the numbet
required to supply the milk demands
Df the town.
"There is no reason in the world
why there couldn't be as many as 20C
or 300 cheese factories in this state,'
Mr. Kraft said, "and we expect to lo
cpte as many as possible as soon a«
the farmers understand as they do at
Thomas, that the prices paid for milk
at the factories is much better than
!•* : \ I U r V • 1
they can get Jrom the tale of milk in
The J L. Kraft Company has sixty-
four factories and s:x branch house*
and shipping stations all of which
with the exception of the Thorna-
plant are In Wisconsin and New York
Power of Wealth.
"Wombat's wife wants to go on the
"Well, he's rich enough to build a
thaater for her."
Yes, and to hire an audience."—
Kansas City Journal.
DANDRUFF COVERED SCALP
If we could only get all the kickers
and knockers together and compel
them to fight it out!
TOUR OWN DRUGGIST WILL TELT, TOU
Try Murine Ky.< Kemudy for Ked, Weal-. <\TK-r
Eyes and Granulated Kyellds; No Smanjiis--
lust Eye Comfort. Write for Boolr of tbn lira
by mall true. Murine Bye Itemedj- to., Chicago.
Some people are tireless in making
401 W. Adams St., Brownwood,
Texas.—"I had a severe case of dry
Itching scalp. Then my head had blis-
ters and pimples all over it and when
I scratched it the Irritation and itch-
ing were dreadful. They continued to
hurt and smart and burn. My hair
fell out badly and gradually my scalp
was covered with dandruff as dry as
powder. It was the same burning in
my limbs, so bad that I could not
sleep or rest night or day.
"Then I began with the Cuticura
Soap and Ointment and received al-
most instantaneous relief. I used the
Cuticura Ointment freely all over my
head once a week and the Cuticura
Soap for cleansing as often as neces-
sary until I was cured." (Signed)
Mrs. Julia Clingman, Jan. 30, 1914.
Cuticura Soap and Ointment sold
throughout the world. Sample of each
free,with 32-p. Skin Book. Address post-
card "Cuticura, Dept. L, Boston."—Adv.
."Meat is going up again."
"That won't go down with the pub-
Smile on wash day. That's when vou nse
Red Cross Ball Blue. Clothes whiter thao
enow. All grocers. Adv.
It is never too late to mend, but it
is just as well if you don't have to.
your complexion troubles with your
powder puff — no need of either
when you use pure, harmless
"The ALL DAY BEAUTY POWDER"
At all dealers or by mail 50c.
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