The Quay Times (Quay, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 40, Ed. 1 Friday, February 1, 1918 Page: 3 of 4
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Back Given Out ? REGISTRATION OF GERMAN ALIEN ENEMIES.
Rnueework it too h*rd Dr a woman
who u half »R'k. nei vou» anil •!»»>•
tired Hut it keep* pilm« up, ami give*
Weak k. tlir\ .1 t iti'i' to ....... '
your luu-k la lame and achy and y«ur
k, In, \ . iit.-au.ni 1 'OU have "blue
•tH-IU.” aick baa dachas, nervouaneea,
di/xinea* and rh.-uinat ir iwitia, uee
Doan . Ki-lnn r l. They have d. ur
wonder* foe thouaasda of worn out
An Okl*ht\na Cm*
Mrs i. J lloaa. tl'i—M.O*
8 Fourth Bt.. l*on- a
City, Okla.. aaya. "I
waa aufferlnff se-
verely with kidney
trouble a few years
affu My handa be-
came swollen and
when I touched th« m
It left a dent In the
flesh for aoine time.
1 couldn't button my
shove. my ankles
were so swollen I
had terrible pulna
through the email
of my ba- k Doan's
Kidney Pills soon 1
relieved no- and af-
ter I had used three boxes I
a different person."
Get Dess's al Aar Stare. #6* a Isa
POSTEK-M1LBURN CO.. BUFFALO. N.T.
The date of racist rat low tor the Western IKetrlct of °klabofna will
ESVbVVtK-Lror.S5£m •up *• “•
THI PLACB OF RBOtSTRATION.
areas In the district, and the postmasters of their respective towns will act
as assistant registrars and conduct tha legist rat Ion for thotr community
at tha postotfu-s
lUOGESTIONt AND INSTRUCTIONS TO R8QI0TAANT*
Rach rocistrant Is required to furnish four unmounted »bs«S8l*»ltsat
himself, not leraer than 1 by 1 Inches tn else, on **>>> !*£■'- J1**!
background All four photographs should be slcnod by the tCflatfant
fh* race of the photographs, au as not to obacure tha faaturaa. If tha appu
**"'Th re*-*’bla np forma of reglstrstldh affi lavlt must be «"®mPl*ts|r ‘
by_ the registrant, or hi. "Pr^n^lv.J wUh ^.^.a^mn of^th. b.snk.
_ __ IIIBIIl Ul niB 1 *pi WWW- — ' " ■
Indicated to be flllod out by the reclamation officer
* • * *— -* ■“--f pr4-*- ““ *
tha rectatran"and the "placlna 'of flhaer prints on tha blsnB> m'1*} j*
produred by the roffUtra nt per»onalTy to the rojrtogmtlo^ offtcor and \*m
•irned and itom to by
ofth. «nk.'r prii»t» »«■* lie •’*^'12'?'
s .»• srsr.sis :±tVi”.uv. ■Kf-js.TSix.^^SBrss
rtft.sn days from the last day timed for rec'etratlon tn hts recletrstton dla-
"I " to o*bU?n a ragletmt ton card, upon which he moat atvn his name
or make hla mark, and place hla left thumb print tn the preeence of the
r**rlot ration officer.
tha ’roalatrarit in
will nil tn
tha .. „----—----------
tha presence of and hafora tha
in »ha deecrtfit Ion of tha raptatrant and
irtnta and tha attaching of tha nhotographa
“Come to the great picture re 11 cry
this afternoon at three.V acid Kflte Elf
to all the brown-
Calomel Users! Listen To Me!
I Guarantee Dodson’s Liver Tone
Your druggist gives back your money if it doesn’t
liven your liver and bowels and straighten
you up without making you sick.
Snow Figures to
Look Like Each
rap Soldiers Soothe
Soag 25c Ototant 25c A 50c
“I’d like to visit the weutlier bu-
“That Isn’t a weather bureau. It’s
on Ice chest.”
OKLAHOMA STATE NEWS
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_ . s mm BO .sft -4 I a -J n...k s a nhllP/'h.
GREEN’S AUGUST FLOWER
has boon n household remedy all over
the civilised world for more than half
a century for constipation. Intestinal
troubles, torpid liver and the generally
■depressed feeling that accompanies
ouch disorders. It la u most valuable
remedy for Indigestion or nervous dys-
pepsia and liver trouble, bringing on
headache, eotnlng up of food, imlplta-
tlon-of heart and many other symp-
toms. A few doses of August Flower
will Immediately relieve you. It Is a
gentle Inxntive. Ask your druggist.
Sold In all civilized countries.—Adv.
“How did you lay the foundation for
your fortune?" “I didn’t lay It. I’m
tn the poultry business. A hen laid It.’
RECIPE FOR GRAY HAIR.
To’ half pint ol water add 1 oz. Bay
Sum, a small box of liar Is* Compound,
and >4 os. of glycerine. Auy druggist can
put this up or you can mix it at home at
very little cost. Full directions for mak-
ing and use come in each box of llarbo
Compound. It will gradually darken
streakrd, faded gray hair, and make it soft
and glossy It will uot color the scalp, la not
sticky or greasy, and docs uot rub off. Adv.
“Juhbe is a man of great promise.”
“Ilm! So, he’s been borrowing from
Important to Mother*
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTOKIA, that famous did remedy
for Infants and children, and see that It
Signature of ___
In Use for Over 30 Yearn.
Children Crv for Fletcher’s Castoria
The Barber (after the shave)—‘‘Ilalr
<lyed, air?" Customer (hnhlheaded)—
“Yes, It did, about five years ago.”
TH18 IS THE AGE OF YOUTH.
Yoo will look ten years younger if you
darken your ugly, grixzly, gray hairs by
using "La Creole" Hair Dressing—Adv.
Not So Serious.
•’Does he take It seriously?”
“About ns seriously as an actor
Only One ’BROMO Ot’ININK"
Tn Mt the fennlne, call tor fall »i»oi« l.AX ATIVI
BKOHU ufilMNB Look for «ynrtn»ol E W.
ShuVS. Lure* a Cold in Una liwj. Ale.
Any business Is better than loafing;
but lots of men don’t know It.
Do YOU want
Clothes that Dazzle?
It’s SO easy!
A single trial package of
Red Cross Ball Blue
will convince ym that never be.
fore have you known true happi-
ness nt the end of the day.
White?—why it gives yonr
clothes a whitenesn that even the
fleeciest clouds csuiiui rivaL
Don’t Waff, Don’t Douht—
Cot It—Liao It—and HNOW
6 Cents. At GOOD Grocery Stores
Soothe tba Irritation end yoo relieve the
diatxeas. Do both qoickly and effectively
—by promptly using a dependable remedy
All roadhouses seized by the sheriff
of Oklahoma county in the future will
be used as pest houses.
The city of Blackwell has an epi-
demic of small pox. In a mild form.
There are forty known cases at pres-
A call for 3.000 volunteers In Okla-
homa to be placed In the reserve ship-
building corps has been Issued by
Edward N. Hurley, chairman of the
United States shipping board.
John Valentin# Viytek. alias John
Vengtek, alias John Volmer Bugtek.
an Austrian and supposed spy. arrest-
ed more than a month ago by the
sheriff of Oarfleld county Is held In
the Comanche county Jail awaiting
transportation to Fort Douglas. I tah,
an Internment camp for enemy aliens,
to be Interned for the rest of the war
Governor Williams commissioned
three new members of the state coun-
I ell of defense, bringing the total mem-
bership to nineteen. R. H- llson,
state superintendent of education; C.
B Ames of Oklahoma City, who has
been active In Liberty Loan drives
and L. E. Phillips of Bartlesville, who
was state director of the Red Cross
A renewal of the state’s fight to ob-
tain lower gasoline prices is to begin
at once as a result of the failure of the
federal government to fix prices, ac-
cording to Attorney General Freeling
A final effort will be made to deter-
mine what course the federal govern-
ment Intends to pursue and then the
rate case now before the state corpor-
ation commission will be pressed.
Nineteen more high schools of Okla-
homa have been accredited by the
University of Oklahoma and their
graduates admitted to the freshman
classes of the university without ex-
amination. The newly accredited
schools are: Centralis. Chelsea, Cow
eta. Crescent, Sacred Heart Academy
at El Reno. Foyil. Frederick, Hammon,
Helena, Heavener. Hillsdale, Mill
Creek, New Wilson. Porter, Presto,
Tyrone, Putnam City and Woodward.
The Indian bill carrying appropria-
tions aggregating 311,000,000 and con-
taining new provisions governing ad-
ministration of Indian affairs was
passed by the house last week. Chief
among the items affecting Oklahoma
are those fixing the Chickasaw and
Choctaw per capita payment at $200,
the Seminole per capita payment at
$100 and giving the state the right to
purchase several thousand acres of
Indian land In the Kiamichi moun-
tains for use as a game preserve.
A blanket ordinance making U *
violation of the city laws for any sea-
son to fall to comply with all war
measures and orders of the federal
government, effective for the duration
of the war, was approved at a meet-
ing of the city council of Frederick.
The schedule of Oklahoma towns
and cities to be visited by national
war speakers In the week of March
in to 16 was announced. Roscoe Mit-
chell, John D Berry, Everett Colby
and Dr R. L. Wilbur, all men of na-
tional tame who have visited the war
front and know exact conditions over
there, are leading speakers In the
party. The team which will tour the
west side will start at Oklahoma City
March 10 and Include Guthrie, Still-
water. Cushing, El Reno. Enid, Alva,
Woodward,( Clinton. Elk City. Ana-
darko. Hobart, Lawton. Chlckasha,
Snyder, Mangum and Frederick. The
east side team will begin at Tulsa
and visit Bartlesville. Muskogee, Sa-
pulpa, Miami. McAlester. Tahlequah,
Durant, Ada, Shawnee, Atoka, Tisho-
mingo. Hugo, Sallisaw. Poteau. Henry-
etta. Vlnita, Holdenville, Sulphur, Ma
dill. Wagoner and Ardmore.
Reparts from 34 field deputies of
Hubert L. Bolen, internal revenue col-
lector says that everywhere farmers
are flocking to them and are kept in
line waiting to give In their returns.
More than 6,000 individual Income tax
returns have been received by the
Internal revenue collector through the
field deputies. This week the returns
have been coming at the rate of more
than ?00 a day. Co'.lector Bolen esti-
mates that there will be about 100,000
people in the state subject to the in-
come tax and f-om 30.000 to 40.000
more subject *o excess profit taxes.
Methodist and Presbyterian church-
es at Collinsville are beginning one of
the biggest revival meetings ever at-
tempted In Collinsville.
J. T. Godard. Valley Britton. Ike
Britton and A. L. Durand have been
arrested charged with violation of the
law that prohibits growth of the Rus-
sian thistle The men are farmers
Four hundred and ninety-eight men
have enlisted In the regular army
through the recruiting stations In Ok-
lahoma so far thla month, according
to Capt. Marucua Covell, recruiting of-
ficer in Oklahoma for the army.
The Guymon Commercial Club has
protested to the corporation commis-
sion against the proposed advance In
light and water rates, and the town
council has also passed and forwarded
a similar protest.
The first draft In Oklahoma cost
only $1.57 for each man accepted for
service, according to the official re-
port of Provost Marshal Genersi
Crowder to the secretary of war, the
lowest cost In the country.
A suggestion to W. G. McAdoo, di-
rector general of the railroads, that
the Frisco be empowered to clean out
Its freight rooms at Tulsa and set the
contents on hte right-of-way, was
made in a telegram sent to Washing-
ton by W’. D. Humphrey, state corpor-
Governor Williams waa advised by
Attorney General S. P. Freeling that
he has power to revoke certificates
granted to notaries. The governor re-
quested the opinion In view of charges
exacted recently by notaries for taking
acknowledgment of the oath of men
on their questionnaires.
A week before he was to be ex-
ecuted Governor Williams granted
Qulllie McConnell a reprieve until
March 1 for a review of the case. Mc-
Connell pleaded guilty to the murder
of Sheriff George Arnold of Lincoln
county, while the latter was trying to
arrest him for the robbery of a store
at Chandler, August 25, 1916. On hia
plea of guilty. Judge Charles B. Wil-
son, Jr., sentenced McConnell to
death. It Is the contention of McCon-
nell's attorneys now that upon McCon-
nell's plea of guilty, the case should
have been submitted to a Jury to fix
After a search of the state statutes
over a period of eight years, C. J.
Ralston, official guide at the capital,
has determined that the mistletoe Is
the state flower. The coreopsis la
stressed in the fresco work at the
state house, being used as an orna-
ment on almost every floor of the
building, and capital visitors had ar-
rived at the conclusion that the core-
opsis was the state flower. Ralston
says mistletoe was fixed as the state
flower by the legislature In 1910, and
no change had ever been made, al-
though often advocated.
Resolutions were adopted by the
County Clerks’ Association In Okla-
homa City which will result in sev-
eral demands being made on the next
legislature for increase In the help
and salaries allowed county clerks
An increase of 25 per cent in deputy
hire In the offices of the county clerks
will be asked The resolution also
called for a petition to be placed be-
fore the legislature for a mandatory
census In 1919. which census would
he the basis for estnhllshlng the sal-
aries of all county officers and depu-
ties .w'th the approva' of the boaid»
! of county commissioners.
A proposed combination of Ice deal-
ers in Oklahoma City as outlined at
I a conference of Governor Williams,
i Attorney General S. P. Freeling and
! dealers bumped Into the state antl-
1 trust law, which the governor said he
believes would prevent any such mo-
nopoly of the buying, selling and de-
livery of Ice was being suggested.
Governor Williams lost Interest In the
plan when h# found that the com-
panies intended to Increase the price
of Ice to the consumer, even though
they claimed a big saving In cost
would be effected.
lea, gnomes, gob-
lins, old Mr. Olant,
Witty Witch, the
Oaf and Bogey
families and many
of their other
friends and play-
The elves hadn't
given a party In a
long time, and
they were eager to
have one. Indeed.
They had been
planning this one
for ever and ever
so long and they were delighted when
at Hist they could send out their Invi-
Every one knew, the neighborhood
around, that the elves had been plan-
ning this i»arty for a long time and
they rettlly couldn’t quite understand
why they were so late In receiving
“Yon won’t fall to come to the pic-
ture gnllery this afternoon at three?”
Elite repeated after each person bad
"Weil all be there.” they said. “Yea,
weil come right on time.”
“Good r said Effie. “You see we are
going to show you our new picture gal-
lery which ts full of famous pictures
of the great, the good, the noble! Oh !
It will he very fine!” And then for
fear she would give It all away she
added. “And after you have all seen
the pictures we are going to have n
bunquet In the banquet hall.F
Then she hurried away for there waa
plenty to do.
“Goodness, gracious, mercy me P ex-
claimed Peter Gnome. “There must be
all aorta of surprises awaiting us. I’ve
never even heard of the banquet hall,
nor of the picture gallery before.”
“We’ve never heard of It,” said the
brownies. And nil the others said they
had never known that the elves had n
picture gallery, nor a banquet hall.
"What fun It will tie!” said Billie
“I can hardly wait to atari!” said
Every one was ready by this time
and before long It was the hour for
starting. They all ran to the elves’
meeting place. For they had been told
to meet their hosts and hostesses by
the old pine tree at the edge of the
How delighted the elves were when
they saw all their guests running. They
knew then that they were eager for the
party to begin.
“Come with us,” said the elves. And
Fly-High, their magic bird, took many
of the guests on his wings. The others
ran along ns fast as they could. They
all wished they had worn snow-shoes
fco they wouldn't huve had to waste
time sinking down into some of the
places where the snow was deep.
"But then we might have lost our
unow-shocs, or had them come off, and
that would have meant stopping.” said
j I’eter Gnome.
"True," the others agreed, but we
»re so very anxious to hurry.”
Soon they reached a grent. enormous
wall made of snow, and at one end was
a little opening. “We all go In T,<’re-i
single file, which means one by one,”
F.flle said. “Mr. Giant will have to
tiend ’way down—as we would do If
we were going under a fence.”
They all went through the opening,
and Inside this wall of snow, what
should they see but suow figures made
to look like each one of them. There
were Peter Gnome and Billie Brownie,
Bennie Brownie and old Mr. Giant,
Witty Witch and all the others.
Such shouts and cheers as followed.
They were all so excited and pleased.
“What a sur-
L'gh! Calomel makes yon sick. It’s
horrible! Take a dose of the dangerous
drug tonight and tomorrow you may
lose s day's work.
Calomel Is mercury or quicksilver
which causes necrosis of the bones.
Calomel, w hen It comes Into coutact
with sour bile, crashes Into It. bresklug
It up. This ts when you feel that awful
nausea and cramping. If you are alug-
glsb and “all knocked out,” If your
liver Is torpid and bowel* constipated
or you have headache, dlzzinesa, coat-
ed tongue. If breath la bad or stomach
aour. Just try a sjsM>nfnl of harmless
Dodson's Liver Tone tonight. »
Here’s my guarantee—Go to any
drug store and get a bottle of liaison's
Liver Tone for a few cents. Take a
“Bllgglns la always getting Into hot
“Yes,” replied Miss Cayenne. ‘.'He
la ao cold-blooded 1 sup|x>se It Is a
kind of relief.”
Screw Worm Killer
kllla the worm
and heals the wound.—Adr.
Enough to Know.
"Does he know anything about
“Everything—he never play a."—
*poouful and If It doesn’t straight**
you right up and make you feel fin*
and vigorous 1 want you to go back to
tbe store and get yonr money. Dod-
son's Liver Tone la destroying the aalo
of calomel because It la real liter
medicine; entirely vegetable, therefor*
It cannot aallvate or make you sick.
I guarantee that one sp>sinful of
Dodson's Liver Tone will put your
sluggish liver to work aud clean yonr
bowels of that sour bile and const I*
I in ted waste which la clogging your
system and making you feel miserable.
1 guarantee that a bottle of Dodson's
I.lver Tone will keep your entire fam-
ily feeHng fine for months. Give It to
your children. It la harmless; doesn’t
grl|>e and they like Its pleasant taste.
Mr. Truinble—The elevator Isn’t
running as fust ns usual this morn-
Elevator Boy—No air; I don’t feel
very strong today.
John—“There nre always two side*
to every argument. Martha." Mar-
tha—"Y'es; yours uud the right side,
In Prehistoric Times.
“How long bn* he been sick?"
“About fifty years."
“lie mUHt have passed the crisis,
Pile* Cured la t to II Dsn
nrngg'iu refund f<nrf If I'AZU OINTMBHT falls
u> rare liehina. B in<! Bi-ediaaur ProtraSiaa rtiaw
ffirat appoaauuo sitae tnuef. Mo.
Iron Imbedded lu concrete In Oer-
many hus been found to be free from
rust after more than 45 years.
New York city eats 10,000 pounds of
Boattsn Women Buttered Untold Tortures
but who wants to be a Spartan? Take
"Femenlna” for all female disorder*.
Price 50c and $1.00.—Adv.
“How was the runuway convict
dressed?” “In u cutaway coat and
Bagdnd han a motion picture theater.
•Inpput of the
_..*p rattle aim of |
bnvrli *nd bain#dm---
ail utter buVFl tfUflblBt
Atlanta has Increased salaries of
1,444 city ejnployee*. _ 1
Defeat Backache and Kidney
Trouble With An uric
Many people In thla aeotlon have suffer-
ed from rheumatism and kidney trouble
end have found that Anurtc was the most
successful remedy to overcome these
painful and danarroua ailment*.
The lucky people are thoee who have
Buffered, but who are now well beeauee
they heeded naturae warning etgnal tn
time to correct thetr trouble with that
wonderful new discovery of Dr. I’lerce s
called "An-u-rtc" (double strength). You
should promptly heed these warnings.
Boms of which are dizzy rpells, backache.
Irregularity of the urine or the painful
twinges of rheumatism, sciatica or lum-
bago. To delay may make possible the
dangerous forms of kidney disease, such
as stone In the bladder. If you want
quick relief buy Anurtc now (60c a pack-
BKe)_or send Dr. Pierce 10c for trial pkg
This will prove that "Anurtc" eliminates
uric acid as hot water melts sugar.
fed ary os Ike u-i|M will t.mnisl
and $u.pp«|Btiflte teaffj*
thia avoid in* drvocteiif wfciofc Id
danfFfuM la Tttelf.
Reed *• rrsenesl HedW Vllirkirks
ee (W (Me USM — (Me la Ceae
If au d-elerln you? U.«n. wine
* Betd ••serfs' let Ce IN Onsd Needs. Wide.
W. N. U., Oklahoma City, No. 5--191A
I WHAT NEIGHBORS SAY
Tyler, Texaa.—“1 am 53 year* old,
and for the last
throe years I have
been afflicted with
kidney trouble, no
relief from the
medicines 1 took.
At last I took ona
small package of
Dr. Pierce's Anurtc
Tablets and tho
very first dose help-
ed me, and I con-
tinued to, Improve. I took all six
package. I aui very glad to te*K
tlfy.”—DAVID VILC’UEZ, 414 E. Soy
| dal St.
If you wi*h to know your condition,
send a sample of yonr water to Dr.
Hen»’l Invalids' Hotel. Buffalo, N.
Y., and describe your symptoms. It
will be examined without any expense
to you. and Dr. Pierce or hla staff of
assisting physicians will Inform jo*
prise P they cried.
“They are your
graphs!” the elves
said. “We have
had them ready
several times be-
fore. but sotne-
turned up to spoil
them. Today they
were quite fin-
ished and nothing
Ran aa Fast at
pictures of ns,”
—that's what thousands of farmers
say, who have gone from the U. S. to
settle on homestead* or buy land in Wester*
rmmmMm Canada's invitation to every industrious worker to settle in
aa..H«fcw[ Saskatchewan or Alberta is especially attractive. She wants
farmers to make money and happy, prosperous homes for themselves '
by helping her raise Immense wheat crops to leed the world.
You Can Get a Homestead of 160 Acres Free
or other land* at very low price* Where you ea* toy good tana
land at $15 to $3$ per aero that will raise *0 to 45 bosh (Is of 53 ,
wheat to the aero—it’s easy to become prosperous. Canadian farmers
also grow wonderful crops of Oats, Barley aad Flax. Mbcd Pars*
lag is fully as profitable an industry aa grain raising. The excellent
grasses, full of nutrition, are the only food required either
for beef or dairy purpose* Good schools and churches;
markets convenient; climate excellent. Write for literature
and particulars as to reduced railway rates to SupL of Im-
migration, Ottawa. Canada, or to
G. A. COOK
2012 Mala St„ Kaaaaa City, Mo.
Canadian Government Agent
said old Mr. Giant, “and mine Is »
pretty tnllqone! How It does stand
“Yes,” said the elves, “we made full-
length pictures, and such a time as we
hnd making the wall so high that yours
couldn’t be seen from the other side.”
"They're all Just the right sizes too,"
said Bennie Brownie. “I look good and
“They’re the finest pictures I ever
did see," said Peter Gnome.
And proudly and happily the elves
led the guests through another opening
whence they came Into n banquet hall
nude of snow and had a wonderful
Fear of Our Troubles.
Our troubles are not nearly as hard
j to bear as our fear of our troubles. I
■ Everybody knows how little the twinge
of having a tooth pulled amounts to,
compared with the hours we have
<pent dreading It. Most of life's hard
li'ngs could be bravely borne, If we
id not waste our strength and ex-
ust our nerve force, by dreading
ctn beforehand.—Girl's Companion.
Administration every flour mill In
tbe country u«»w manufacture only
*w»r flour”—made from more of ihe
wheat. War flour is creamy white,
wholesome and nutriUoue. When
vo« All your flower bin demand
War Flour ^
B , . Jr*,
— Best for wboissome bread,
creamy biscuits, delicious pie crust
or cake. Heliotrope War Floor is
laboratory sod oveu tested. Um It
u usual for every baking purpose.
Atk Your Grocer
Oklahoma City Mill A Elav. Co.
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