The Ralston Tribune (Ralston, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 14, 1920 Page: 3 of 4
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THE RALSTON TRIBUNE. RALSTON. OKLAHOMA
THE MISERY OF
Removed by Lydia E. Pink-
ham’s Vegetable Compound.
Muslcegon, Mich.—“For six yean I
— so weak in my back at times that I
could hardly walk.
Lydia E. Pinkham’s
pound waa recom-
mended to me and
it made me good and
atrong again so that
I am able to do all
my work. 1 highly
medicine ana tell
everyone I meet
what it did for me.”
, —Mrs. G. Schoon-
.ve, Muskegon, Mich.
Woman's Precious Gift
The one which she should most zeal-
ously guard is her health, but she often
neglects to do so in season until some
ailment peculiar to her sex has fastened
itself-upon her. When so affected
women may rely upon Lydia E. Pink-
ham's Vegetable Compound, a remedy
that has Men wonderfully successful in
restoring health to suffering women.
If you have the slightest doubt that
Lydia E. Pinkhatn’a Vegetable Com-
pound will help you, write to Lydia B.
Pinkham Medicine Co. (confidential)
Lynn, Mass., for advice. Your letter
will be opened, read and answered by a
woman, held in strict confidence.
You can always ascertain a wom-
an’s correct age by asking some other
woman, and then some.
DESPITE PRECAUTIONS FIERCE
FIGHTING BREAKS OUT;
FIVE ARE KILLED
SET FIRE TO MINT BUILDING
Mex President Makes Bid For Amity
of World—Submits to ’Third De-
gree’ by Newspaper Men; Want*
to Give Fair Deal.
Children Cry For
: Contents 15?luid*
L i - 5
UFT OFF CORNS!
Freezone is magic! Corns lift off
with fingers without pain
Hart? No, not one bit! Just drop
a little Freezone on that touchy corn.
Instantly It stops aching, then you lift
that bothersome corn right off. Yes,
magic! Cofcts only a few cents.
Try Freezone! Your druggist sells
a tiny bottle, sufficient to rid your feet
of every hard corn, soft corn, or corn
between the toes, and calluses, without
one particle of pain, soreness or Irri-
tation. Freezone Is the mysterious
ether discovery of a Cincinnati genius.
Some men find At ensier to open a
Jackpot than a can of benns.
ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE DOES IT.
Whin your »hoe. pinch or your corn, snd
bunion. «ch. «o that you are tlrert all over.
■•( Aliena Fool*«aa.. th« antlaeptlc pow-
d.r to be ahak.n Into the shoes
sprinkled In the loot bath. It will t"*V" Ml*
■ting out of corn* »n<l bunion* and give in-
at ant relief to Smartln*. Achln*. Swollen,
Tender feet 1.500,000 pnun<1a of powder for
the feet were ueed by our Army and Navy
durtni tha war. Sold everywhere.—Adv.
If a girl Is really displeased with a
ninn she doesn’t tell him so.
Londonderry, June 21.—Five per-
sons were killed, ten others seriously .
wounded, several of them probably j
fatally and about 100 others were less I
seriously injured during a period of
desperate rioting in this city Saturday
night. The fighting was accompanied
by several attempts at incendiarism,
one of which resulted in the burning of .
a large store. !
The rioting was a. continuation of ^
the disorders of Friday night when
Nationalists and Unionists engaged in
clashes for several hours and the mili- j
tary had to be called out. The mili-
tary remained in what were consid-
ered the danger zones, but notwith-
standing its presense the disorderly
element held sway for some time.
An unrecorded number of persons
who were suffering from their wounds
went home without receiving treat-
ment Among the wounded are sev-
eral ship yard workers with bad gun-
The authorities had taken elaborate
precautions in view of the expected re-
newal of the disorders. The military,
fully equipped, took positions at the
head and foot of Bridge street, which
is the Nationalist quarter, and on
Fountain street, the Unionist quarter.
An armored car was drown up at Car-
lisle road, between these localities to
keep the rival factions apart.
Nevertheless another night of ter-
ror followed. These latest orgies of
rioting, which left the city absolutely
terror-stricken, were said to have orig-
inated in what at first appeared to be
a minor squabble between Unionists
and Nationalists. Men armed with
rifles and revolvers afterwards came
into conflict, and before the military
could intervene several had been kill-
From, shortly after 9 until 11 o’clock
pandemonium reigned. A shot fired
from one party into a crowd of rival
partisans developed with ominous
speed into violent rioting. Party
cries were raised, and the Unionists
poured volley after volley of rifle and
revolver fire into their antagonists
with disastrous results.
In an early stage of the battle tw-o
men were shot dead in Long Tower
street and a number of persons, in-
cluding a baby in arms, were wound-
Gradually the Unionists gained con-
trol of the city, chasing the National-
ists into their own locality. In their
retreat the latter fired into the ma-
sonic hall, the windows of which were
The Unionists posted small groups
at advantage points and kept up a con-
The military arrived in the center of
the city at about eleven o’clock and
an armored car was moved to Bishop’s
gate whereupon the rotting subsided,
although occasional shots were still
heard. The Unionists left the neigh-
borhood. singing and cheering.
ALCOHOL “3 PER CENT.
IMAMS (H1H> HI?
I Thereby Promoting TWrtttoi
I loss OF SLEEP
j ffwdtind thereflroa'foy1**'
Special Care of Baby.
That Baby should have a bed of its own all are agreed. Tet it
is more reasonable for an infant to sleep with grown-ups than to use
a man’s medicine in an attempt to regulate the delicate organism of
that same infant. Either practice is to be shunned. Seither would
be tolerated by specialists in children’s diseases. > •
Tour Physician will tell you that Baby’s medicine must be
prepared with even greater care than Baby’s food.
A Baby’s stomach when in good health is too often disarranged
by improper food Could you for a moment, then, think of giving
to your ailing child anything but a medicine especially prepared
for Infants and Children ? Don’t be deceived.
Make a mental note of this:—It is important, Mothers, that
you should remember that to function well, the digestive organs of
your Baby must receive special care. No Baby is so abnormal that
the desired results may be had from the use of medicines primarily
prepared for grown-ups. t
MOTHERS SHOULD READ THE BOOKLET THAT IS AROURD EVERY SOTTLE Of FLETCHER'S CASTORIA
. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
Do Not Get Careless
I With Your Blood Supply
Imparities Invite Disease.
You should pay particular heed
to any indication that your blood
supply Is becoming sluggish, or
that there is a lessening in its
strong and vital force.
By keeping your blood purified,
your system more easily wards off
disease that is ever present, wait-
ing to attack wherever there is an
opening. A few bottles of S. S. S.,
the great vegetable blood medi-
cine, will revitalise your blood and
give you new strength and a
healthy, vigorous vitality. Every-
one needs It just now to keep the
system In perfect condition. Go
to your drug store and get a bottle
to-day, and If you need any med-
ical advice, you can obtain it with-
out cost by writing to Medical Di-
rector, Swift Specific Co., 109 Swift
Laboratory, Atlanta. Ga.
NEW SOUTH WALES
AUS T R A LI A
kinds. WBLD1NO AMD AUTO f
of Acetylene |«MN<
L HI wShlt* KM.
Of all klnde. WBLUINO AMD AUTO
pairing. Manufacturer* of Acatjrl
tor.. toreha^*sW2£Ef “
**B W. UirH Bt.
BERANGER’S HEART TOO KIND JUST ACTING i-IKE A MAN
I Back Giving Out!
That “had back’’ is probably due to
weak kidney*. It shown in constant
dull, throbbing backache, or sharp
twinges when stooping or lifting, l ou
have headaches, too, dizzy spells, s
tired feeling and irregular kidney ac-
tion. It is usually easy to wrtect
these early troubles, and avoid the
more eerious ailments by giving Pr2JT'Pt
help. Use Doan't Kidney PilU. They
have helped thousands the world over.
Atk your neighbort
An Oklahoma Cm*
Mrs. J. A Blrch-
fleld, Pryor. Ukla
says: “I suffered
with backache and
I had a eteady,
heavy ache across
my hlpe. I was
nervous, felt tired
and languid and
was often annoyed
dlssy spells andt
___ick spots floated!
before my SNAJI
used Doan’s KM-l
ney Pills and If
have bean free*
from kidney trouble ever sines.
POSTER-M1UHJRN CO- BUFFALO. H. Y
Great French Poat Continually Prayed
On by a Host of Ingratsa Who
Interesting anecdotes nre told of the
great French poet, Beranger, who died
The poet was as poor as he was
generous. All he hud he gave awny,
and when there was nothing left he
seut the beggars who haunted his
house to call on his numerous friends.
One of the characteristics of this
unfortunate benefactor who wus al-
ways surrounded by a host of ingrates,
was his tolerant spirit. Since there
was no ante-chamber In his modest
home, the beggars who knew the house
stayed outside on the staircase; It was
Impossible to see him without finding
a half-dozen of them on the stairs.
There they used to wait like ravens
for the small change, old clothes, and
sometimes new clothes, that Lisette
was the first to distribute to them.
When friends remonstrated with Be-
ranger for giving away things he need-
ed to people whom he did not know.
Llsette would answer:
“Oh, now, lteranger will Just write
another song—the lazy fellow!”
8implc Explanation of Wifo’s Action
When She Suspected Burglar
After starting for his work the I
other morning Tnylor happened to
think of something he hail forgotten
and returned to the house to get It.
While walking about the kitchen he
heard a gSeat racket upstairs. Consld-
erably alarmed he cnlled:
“What In Ihe world Is the matter.
Mary? Has anything happened?”
There was a moment’s silence, then
his wife replied:
“Oh, Is that you?”
“Yes. who did you think It was?”
“I heard some one walking about
down there and I thought it wus a
“But tlie noise—"
“I was making a lot of noise so that
he would think there was a man In
Shave, Bathe and
Shampoo with one
IIOISTKIN OK Ul-KKNaKV e«lv*s
« «Hk> Old. from heavy mlljuiA »10 d*IW
Mexico City, June 21.—Petroleum
laws based upon Article 27 of the con-
stitution, nationalizing deposits of oil,
will not be retroactive, Adolfo De La
Huerta, provisional president, told for-
eign correspondents today. Senor De
La Huerta spoke freely in discussing
problems before the country being host
at a luncheon given to the newspaper
men. Article 27 will be interpreted
liberally, he said.
The policy of friendship toward for-
eign nations, especially the United
States, together with the assumption
of all legally contracted debts of the
Mexican republic, is part of the pro-
visional president’s program.
During the two hours the president
talked with the correspondents he an-
wered a rapid fire of questions with
With regard to a Mexican foreign
loan, he evaded the issue by declar-
Negro Riot in Chicago
Chicago, 111., June 21.—Two white
men were killed and several negroes,
including a negro policeman, wer#
wounded tonight in a riot in the heart
of the South Side “black belt,” follow-
ing the reported burning of an Amer-
ican flag by a band of negroes, who
were Mid to have paraded in the In-
terests of h •‘bMck-te-AfirlsM’’ move*
A Big Drive.*
"I wonder this rotten club doesn’t
lilve you to matrimony.”
“My dear sir, matrimony drove me
to this club.”—Pan.
Generally the man or woman who
lays “I don’t care,” Is a liar.
Taking Chinese Census.
The Inhabitants of China nre count-
ed every year In a curious manner.
The eldest master of every ten houses
has to count the families and make a
list, which Is sent to the Imperial tax
in New York City alone from kid-
ney trouble leal year. Don’t allow
yourself to become • victim by
neglecting peine and aches. Guard
against this trouble by taking
GOLD MEDAL .
Still With One.
“Have you got rid of that run-down
feeling yet?’’ “Not while I’m dodging
However, the thin girl usually has a
shapely nnkle to be proud of.
The world’s standard remedy far kidney,
liver, bladder end uric arid waMgi
Holland’s national l
All druggists, three
Lerii Car the mm
This time of year
ifs a £S»ood idea
to combine fresh
fruit or berries
-with your morn-
ing dish of
The blend of flavor proves
delightful and is In tune
“There’S a Reason
Makes the Body Sour
Nine Out of Ten People
Suffer From It
It sends its harmful acid* end gases ell
over the body, instead of health and
strength. Day and night this eaaaslem dam-
age goes on. No matter bow stfrng, its
Victim cannot long withstand the health-
destroying effects of an acid stomach.
Good news for millions of
Chemists have found * an re
that takes ths acid op and carries fe set
of ths body; of course, when the seem R
removed, the sufferer gets well.
Bloating, indigestion, aoar, arid, goasy
stomach miseries all removed. This is
proven by over half a million ailing folks
who have taken KATONIC with wondw
fu] benefits. It ean be obtained from uf
druggist, who will eheerfully refand
trifling cost if not entirely anti
Everyone should enjoy tta
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Browning, Orrin L. The Ralston Tribune (Ralston, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 14, 1920, newspaper, October 14, 1920; Ralston, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc907961/m1/3/: accessed May 29, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.