The Quay Times (Quay, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 37, Ed. 1 Friday, January 11, 1918 Page: 2 of 4
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There haa been heavy fighting south
of Cambria. The Germans made a
strong attack on a front of about two
mllea. according to Field Marshal
Haig'a report from headquarters.
Thay succeeded In gaining a foothold
at two points, but later were ejected
in part by British counter attacks.
♦ ♦ ♦
The forces under General Allenby In
Palestine have advanced another
three miles along the Nablus road, ac-
cording to the official statement, and
after stubborn resistance have occu-
pied Bireh, the ancient name of which
♦ ♦ ♦
The British troopa in Palestine have
repulsed a Turkish attack north and
northwest of Jerusalem and made an
advance of about two and one half
milea on a front of nine miles along
the Turkish right flank. The Turks
suffered severe losses In the repulse
which came after the Dritish pickets
had been driven In.
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A German submarine was sunk by
Minty II H<. . |||J,..1 hinert man smarts the firs of guns of an American pas-
becnuse of lii-. nlleged viuiirtncKM.
AIOS WEAK KIDNEYS
•enger steamer approaching the Brit-
ish coast the other day, according to
rej>orts of the passengers and gunners
♦ ♦ +
On the northern Italian front there
has been an abatement In the artillery
The yp»a— of kidney and bladder lJ?tW,‘en the A*1**0 p,a,®au
trouble* are oiten verr di*trea»mg and . d 11,6 Hr"n,a riv®r- b“‘ the tnten-
leave the system m a run down condition. , * duels b,'t*e'‘n the Urenta and
The kidneys seem to suffer most, as al- Plav® continue. The infantry forces
most every victim complains of lame hack ** ‘he belligerents are virtually In-
and urinary troubles which ahould not ba active,
neglected, aa these danger signals often ♦ ♦ ♦
iead to more dangerous kidney troubles. Once again the Germans have en-
nui,v p«iria*e '^m“he?irin7i‘.K'h- d#avored “» break the French front
en. the kidn. \«, „ a aplendid' koiSv. '_#rdun »®Ctor. but again have
liver and bladder medicine, and. being **lled Two •■faults delivered north
an herlial compound, haa a gentle heal- of ‘he Caurleres Wood resulted In
lag effect on the kidneys, which is al- the defeat of the enemy and the in
by"Vho'*e"who*u»« it“l,l,cea ,n “» Mellon of heavy casualties.
A trial will convince anvone who mav » . ^ ^
be in need of it. Better get a bottle frSrn , Rxc**1't on ,h® Northern Italian
your nearest drug store, and start treat- *ront- ‘he military operations continue
ment at once. far below normal. In France, where
However, if you wish first to test this snow has fallen along the entire front,
peat preparation send ten eent. to l>r. only bombardments and small raiding
Kilmer & to., Binghamton. N. Y.. for a operations are t.klno ni.„
sample bottle. \\ I,on wr.ting be .ure and opera',on8 taking place.
“Hie American Red Cross began tne
New Year with a membership of more
than 20.000.000. It was announced In
New York at the close of the nation-
wide enrollment campaign. (Every oue
of the thirteen national divisions ex-
ceeded the quota eet for U by Bed
Gross headquarters in Washington,
♦ ♦ ♦
Two men were killed end several
injured recently when the black
powder press house of the Dupont mill
at Bacchus, eighteen miles south of
Sait Lake City, blew up.
♦ ♦ ♦
The discovery of dynamite In e ear
of coal billed from a southern Indiana
comblnml Y £E£L *
that wrecked the bungalow of William
Ogden, resulted In an investigation by .
federal officials and precautions taken
to protect Camp Grant from any pos-
sible plot. Over the earnest protest of Card*-
♦ ♦ ♦ Herder, heroic head of the
John Randolph Thornton, 71 years church tn Belgium, the terrible
?^„|f.|r!T*r ls‘,*d Stalei *«nator fro“ plans of ths kaisers high officers
Louisiana, and a member of the United u. , , . ,,
States Boar.1 of Ordnance and For.ifl- Conc'™'n9 deportation of ths
cations, is dead at hia borne in Alex- Pt0Plt uere earned out. The sol-
andria. La. emnly pledged word of the German
♦ ♦ ♦ governor general of Belgium count-
A pouch containing 150.000 sent by ed as nothing in ths malignant hats
!£,„Tl JLTr."—’*°‘n *» <*•
DRAGGED IN DOST
Solemn Promises Made to Bel-
gians Proved to Be Worse
ALL APPEALS WERE FLOUTED
Municipal Governments Answered
by Rebuke and Heavy Fine
Imposed by General Hopfer.
disappeared in transit recent!? and is " “,t,‘a,p,,*d “> P«"
believed to have been stolen Detec ‘U,h°;ltl" to “b"n
tivee are at work in several cities of * p "na for ,he “*,“ur®
^ Belgians to assist in the prosecu-
Thn ivnrhim, „» „ **on °* “*• war, reminding them of
The lynching of two men. one a their proni, , “ .
preacher, because of alleged proper "Mallne. lath
man activities, was stopped at Audit- -Mr ' ^obor, IMG.
bon. Ia., only when oue of them gave . ' ’ v en
a pledge of loyalty aud (1,000 to the . ^ h- ,l“y “«®r‘he surrender of Ant-
lled Cross. werp ,he frl*btened population asked
+ + Itself what would become of the Bel-
Hntith..i ■ ■ t glane of age to bear arms or who would
WhlI . || Southwest reach thut the end
While delivering an address on the occupation. The entreaties of the fa
war In the Municipal Auditorium at there and mothers of families deter
Houston. Tex., Colonel Charles Blge mined me to question the governor of
ow. retired manufacturer and widely Antwerp. Beron von Huene. who had
known lecturer of New Haven. Conn., the kindness to reassure roe und to
fell to the platform and within five authorize me In his name to reassure
minutes died Ai>oplexy was given as the agonised parents. The rumor had
the cause of his death by pbysUUns. spread at Antwerp, nevertheless, that
Namur, and Charleroi young
rear or the draft is believed to have men had been seized aud taken by
prompted ChmrleB E. Logan, a farmer force to Germany. I therefore beg
near McLatin. Ok., to kill his wife and ged Governor von Huei>« to be good
baby as they slept, set fire to the enough to confirm to uie in writing the
house and then cut his own throat. guarantee which he had given to me
* + + orally, to the effect that nothing aim
On Chrismia smorntng W. Nickels Bar would happen at Antwerp. He
and his wife were found by their chil *"ld to me Immedlutsly that the ru
dren lying in their home in Phoenix, mors concerning deportations were
Arlz.. fully clothed. Mrs. Nickels was without husls, and unhesitatingly he
dead. Nickels lay unconscious until *®n‘ me in writing, among other state-
the next day when he died. It la be ' ments, the following: Young men have
lleved death was caused by fumes no reason to fear that they will be ta-
from a gas furnace. k®n to Germany, either to be there eu-
•4 + + rolled in the army or employed for
After pursuing the Mexican bandits furred labor.'
who raided the Brlte ranch and store Solemn German Promises Broken,
on Christmas morning for a dlst^ipe “Upon the arrival af your predoces-
of ten miles Into the mountains of 8or> lh,! lu,e Duron eon der Goltx. at
Mexico, the Americaq cavalry troops Drussels I had the tvmor of presenting
killed eighteen members of the bandit PD'*®** “‘ his house gnd requested him
band, wounded twenty and scattered enough to ratify for the en-
the remaining bandits in the nioun- *ln! coontrY. without time limit, the
tains south of the line guarantees which Oenoral von lluene
•f + + h®*l given me for the province of Ant-
Following an agreement between *‘‘rp’ Tl'* governor general retained
striking telephone operators and the request In his possession tn order
Southwestern Bell Telephone Company to ** at hj8 *®*»ur® The fol-
at Fort Smith. Ark., the young women low,nK day h® w** K°<xl enough to
have returned to work The strike co,ne In person to Mullnes to bring me
bad been in effect since September 19. h'" npprovaI' and c"nHr»n®<l ‘® me, in
mention this paper.—Adv.
+ ♦ +
West of the Brenta in the Italian
Highlands, the Italians Christmas
Day continued their counter attacks
Prices of Monkeys Soaring.
Who would think that the European
war would have anything to do with upon ,he Austro-Oerman forces, which
the price of monkeys? Well, It does. Pr®v*ously had succeeded In making
and n great d. al, too, says the I'opnlsr *“ln* on Co* Del Rosso and Monte De
Rolence Monthly. The price or monkeys 'aI N®11*- Some temporary gains
has gone up with food, paper, shoe*. *ere ®*«*e-
etc., to the despair of the pathologist ♦ ♦ +
and to the sorrow of the hurdy-gurdy Washington.
jj!,Brntn T!.'*1 f",r ,h° ’",<1,,en ror' Guatemala City, capital city of the
wori r, nZ.dnsl J.T ? ,* °f Tfl,“ ,m,e Cen,raI American republic of
ht l imhnr? r 0n'n,al ,'mrk'‘t Guatemala, has been laid in ruins by
Ihlnn nc V tttVt v 6 iHrk of a 8er,ea of earthquake*, which began
SithS«f, ^f "tbe n.♦t0n,,“R° Cbri9,ma* day and culminated in vlo-
health servlc \\ „ 7'" puh,l<' *®nt shocks which completed the work
to every wild animal dealer in tills
were in the streets without shelter,
country,* to"the antT to* the'nllors ^ ^ falling
In port, and filially purchased six at
Colors and Airplanes.
A curious phenomenon noted bv _..
aviators is that the color of n land- That ",e“nB enrollnlen‘ *n*
♦ + ♦
Estimates based on an army of 1H
million men. are that 37,500 nurses
will be needed In the army nurse
Vegetable Compound Did
For Ohio Woman.
appeals and German answer*. ! III
“1* the matter* of the requisition
made by the German auth irittea on Oc-
tober 20, 1010 (requisition .f a list of
workmen to be drawn up by the mu-
•nlcipallty) , . ,
“The municipal council resolves to
■ualutaln its attitude of refusal. — n,
“it further feeia it its duty to piac* What Ljdia L Pinknam •
ou re<*or>l the following:
“The ctfv of Tounial la pre|>ared to
submit unreservedly to all the extgen- '
eies authorized by the laws aud cus-
toms of war. Its sincerity cannot he
queetloned. For more than two years
It has submitted to the German occu-
pation. during which time It has lodged
and lived at close quarters with the
German troops, yet It has displayed
perfect coui|M>sure and has refrained
from any act of hostility, proving
thereby that It is animated by no Idls
spirit of brnvado.
"In his declaration dated September
2, 11114, the German governor general
of Belgium deelured: 'I ask none to
renounce his patriotic sentiments.'
“Ths city of Tournal revises con-
fidence in this decaratlon, which It la
Portsmouth, Ohio—•• I suffered from
Irregularities, pains in my aide and was
ao weak at times I
could hardlv gat
around to do
arouna to do my
work, and aa I had
four in my family
and three boarders
it made it very hard
for me. Lyilia E.
Pink ham's Vege-
to ms. I took it
and it has restored
my health. It is
certainly tha beat
bound to consider as the sentiment of f°e woman's ailments I ever
the German emperor. In whose name J* rtamoJth? Ohio^ i”UW* ^ L
the governor general waa speaking. In u .
accepting the Inspiration of honor and "i£4„r!*T proved the merit of thto
patriotism, the city I. loyal to a funda- JS"^ “Jjr”in «»?»
mental duty, the loftiness of which rcW u L dll * ^
Women who are suffering m she was
should not drag along from day to day
without giving this famous root and
herb remedy, Lydia E. Pink ham’s Vege-
table Compound, a tnal. l „r stie.-ial
•dviee in regard to such ailm<-nu wrtu
to Lydia E. PinkhainMeuiciro- Co.,Lvnn,
Mas*. The result of i*s forty yewrs
axperiance is at your service.
must be apiiarent to any German offi-
Answer la Lecture and Fin*.
"Tournal. 23rd October, IP 10.
“In permitting Itself, through the
medium of municipal resolutions, to
oppose the orders of the German mili-
tary authorities In the occupied ter-
ritory, the city is guilty of un unexam-
pled arrogance aud of a complete mis-
understanding of the sltuatluu created
by the state of war.
"The ‘dear and sltnpla situation’ ia
In reality the following:
“The military authorities order tne
city to obey. Otherwise the dty must
bear the heavy consequences, as I have
pointed out in my previous explana-
"The general comimndlng the army
has Inflicted on the city—on account
of Its refusal, up to date, to furnish
the lists demanded—a punitive con-
tribution of 200,000 marks, which must
be paid within the next six day*, be-
ginning with today. The general also
adds that until such time as all the
Hats demanded are In his hands, for
Making a Call.
A little boy of tl\.- went with Ida
mother to make a cull. The Indy of
the house, who was very fund of
children, told Idm she Inti Jed to
ask his mother to let her have lilm.
' iHin't you think your mother would
let me buy youf* she asked.
“No,” he said, "you haven't
"How much will it take?" she asked.
'Three hundred pounds.” he an-
swered promptly, "and you huven't got
**I think I could mnmigo it.” she
said. "If I cun. will yflu oane to rueT”
"No," he said, with decision. "Mam-
_____ ,,,ft wouldn’t Mil im- anyhow. Tlu-ro
every day In arreats. beginning with IT* flV,‘ "f "S- w"«*'‘n’t
~ '“ break the set."—London Tit-
December 81. 1010. a sum of 20.0UU
marks will be paid by (he city.
“HOPFER, Major General,
The Commission Syndicate of Bel-
gian workingmen also attempted to In-
duce the Gertnun authorities to aban-
don their terrible pittas.
Recited Wrongs of Workmen.
'“Commission Syndicate of Belgium, Creat Men.
"Brussels. 30th Oct.. 1910. Thp thoroughly great moo ure those
[To the Governor General of Belgium.] *,M''' done everything thoroughly.
Excellency: The measures which ,ln,l "ho have never despised anything,
are being planned by your admltils- however small, of God's making.—
Yon enn rid y.mr-.-lf of that cold in
he head bv taking Laxative Quinoline
frill let*. Price -.'C. AN,, used In
uses ,,f Iji Grippe and f,,r sever*
I’-adnches. Remeitilxx Hint.—Adv.
Plenty of It.
She (acidly)—Talk is cheap.
He (mournfully)—I suppose thnt ia
why there are no siieechless days.
+ * +
The Central Powers are ready to
make an iifftnediate general )>eace
without compulsory annexations and
] without contributions. This is their
answer, made on Christmas day at
Ing field may have un effect on
crease of nearly one thousand per cent
airplane that Is about to alight on It. °'*r t!le present membership 0f 3,800.
For example, an area which Is dark + + +
from being plowed or burned over will The ®ond*‘*ons surrounding Count
nr:;tLltrk *° ,h* Rua'ian Proposal- arates them by force from their
which they are ready to accept in
most particulars aa the basis of nego-
the presence of two aides-de-camp and
of my private secretary, the promise
that the liberty of Belgian citizens
would be respected.
“Notwithstanding all this, your gov-
ernment now tears from their homes
workmen reduced In spite of their ef-
forts to u state of unemployment, sep-
and children aud deports them to en-
emy territory. Numerous workmen
have already undergone this unhappy
lot; more numerous are those who ure
m.k- lb. Ur nl-.Te It ..... POP™>'«'or • b.rl. ol poor. An Amorlc, ai,l„„,.„o .o,,,,., oa ‘JIHU.
zrjsr T.'zxrizrx: ' h“ **' - p"'—d »*• -■*■> »• —
causing a disturbed condition of the I,08*‘*°n “> f®«l that the object of the
atmosphere, which may make lamlii* German plenipotentiaries is simply to
difficult If not dangerous. protract the negotiations as long as
-- possible without any expectation of an
Denver has a woman street car con- Immediate peace agreement,
fluetor. ♦ + +
““ “ William G. McAdoo, director gen-
eral of railroads, issued his first for-
mat order designed to speed up freight
Mercleris Moving Appeal.
Tn the name of the liberty of doml-
fused admission to Russia ou the
ground that his pass had not been _______________^ ________
\ iscd by M. Borovsky, the Bolshevik! rile and the liberty of work of Belgian
minister at Stockholm. This U the citizens; In Uie name of the Invlola-
first time that a regular cotrier’s blllty of families; In the nnme of mor-
pass has not been honored. al Interests which the measures of de-
■*■ + ■*• portatlon would gravely compromise;
One of the forts at Kronstadt, the In the name of the word given by the
naval base near Fetrograd. has been governor of the Province of Antwerp
. , ., blown up by an extremely violent ex- *nd by tha governor general, the Im-
11meuien . e egraphing all railroa,! plosion, according to a Petrograd dis mediate representative of the highest
rivtir k r0™ instructions patch to the London Times Tuere authority of the German empire, I re-
to move traffic by the most convenient are no detail*. spectfully beg your excellency to be
y, “ T T"" A, ,hr . i.......... to withdraw thv mraTurra
„r g J| ^ ,hPm *° c®ntln,ue °P®ra‘*°» Correspondents of Reuters. Limited. of torerd labor and of deportation an-
Pre r .'IDe8 "I C°n7rm,ty ,Wilh the at pekin Harbin and Petrograd. r. nounced to the Belgian workmen, and
sc ents proclamation putting them port fighting at Irkutsk. East Siberia to bp Kopd ®n°“Kh to reinstate in their
“ Kovanunent control. between regular troops aud Red h°me* those who have ulreudy been
, , ,, , Guards and Cossacks and milltarv ca
Director McAdoo of the United dets. ~
The Rich Flavor
is due to the blend'
indof malted barley
with whole wheat flour
Wheat alone does not
possess this rich flavor
The wonderfully easy
digestion of Grape Vufs
is also partly due to
the barley for the
barley contains a
“There's a PeasorT
The fighting is of the fiercest
payrolls of that line. It is part of the
general economy program which he
will eventually put into effect.
♦ ♦ *
+ * +
“Your excellency will appreciate how
painful for me would be the weight of
the responsibility thnt I would have
to bear a* regard* these families. If
Negotiations for the purchase or a th,> fonfld‘>,'<‘e which they have given
large part of the Cuban sugar crop. y0U throuKh ray a*'‘ney »n«l at my re-
now being harvested and amounting QU.7t W‘>r‘* la,,lpntably deceive,].
“1 persist in believing that this will
not be the case.
"Accept. Mr. Governor General, the
assurance of my very high considera-
“D. J. CARDINAL MERUIER.
“Arch, of Mallnes.”
Municipal governments In Belgium
appealed to the German authorities to
observe their promises. The two doc-
uments which follow Illustrate Belglun
q, . to an estimated 3.600.000 tons, for the ,
Pile «r0°.P8 cro88ed ‘he | use of the United States and Its Al-
Rlo Grande into Mexico in pursuit of lies, have been virtually completed
the bandits who raided the Brite + + 4. v
imen (ihrlw??,1S m°ning and Th« Bolshevtkl government has da
S afe* m l. 1 J ® l’“ited cWed t0 8end 8peclal representative*
States mail carrier, and two Mexican , to all countries, b. gerent as well aa 1
passengers in the mall car. The re neutral, to further the propaganda of
port said one American soldier and internationalism. Two million rubles
£Ln“wn^n, DUmlM>r ?f M<xlcan" had havp b®®" appropriated for thl. pur-
been killed in a running fighu : poBe
+ + ♦ + + + -
foirmerNn,rr,|CJln 8teara8h,p Tp8parora. An earthquake, general throughout
bv the Unit! |k «,Vf*8e hireq,U Slt,ODOd Gua,e,nala- caus'ttl a loss of from ten
for S|“ 8h'ppin,‘ board to forty lives and extensive property I H
crew of thirty^fiv^nien N t x enrt »e damaKe ln Gua‘e,‘t*la City, the State who was unable to get sufficient help
have been lost at sea north of Cape” SETS*?“uJtJ51i£/d',r,<“ ,h,> ""7 *° d“ hU th^h'nK' °b'
a e there. No mention waa made as to
Within two +weets tirtually every dama*e ln lhe lnteri°r
sugar refinery in the country will be Under order? re?eiv^d from general
RniT^0!!' 7'7?rdin* to (ienr^ M headquarters, divisional commander*
R1P^-^**d °f ,the 8Ugar division of of the American forces ln France Is-
the Food Administration. By the end sued orders suspending tempora’rilv
0 JanuarV- he asserted. 50.000 ton* Paris leave for all officers and mec
of sugar will have been brought in. , No explanation was given.
tratlon to force the unemployed to
work for the Invading power, the de-
portation of our unhappy comrades
which hns begun In the region of the
etupes, move most profoundly the en-
tire working class in Belgium.
“The undersigned, member* and rep-
resentatlves of the great central so- Any small boy with an armful of
clallst and Independent syndicate* of snowballs can mnke a strong man
Belgium, would consider thnt they hud tremble,
not fulfilled their duty did they not ex- ’
press to you the painful neutiineut
which agitate the laborers and convey
to you the echo of their touching com-
"For more than two yenrs the la-
boring clus* more than any other has
been forced to undergo the most bit-
ter trluls, experiencing misery and
often hunger, while Its children far
nwuy fight and die. and the parents
of these children can never convey to
them the affection with which their
heart* are overflowing.
Pathetic Appeal Disregarded.
“Our laboring clus* hus endured
everything with the utmost calm and
the most Impressive dignity, repressing
Its sufferings. Its complaints and heavy
trials, sacrificing everything to Its
Ideal of liberty and Independence. But
the measures whtcb have been an-
nounced will make the population drain
the dregs (of the cup) of human sor-
row ; the proletariat, the poor upon
whom unemployment hus been forced,
citizens of a modern state, are to b«
condemned to forced labor without
having disobeyed any regulation or
"In the name of the families of
workmen Hinong which the most pain-
ful anxiety reigns at present, whose
mothers, whose fiancees, and whosa
little children are destined to shed so
many more tears, we beg your excel-
lency to prevent the accomplishment
of this painful act, contrary to In-
ternational law, contrary to the dig-
nity of the working classes, contrary
to everything which makes for worth
aDd greatness ln human natrue.
"We beg your excellency to pardon
our emotion and we offer you the hom-
age of our distinguished consideration.”
(Appended are signatures of mem-
bers of the nntionul committee und
the Commission Syndicale.)
Von Rinsing In hi* reply. November
3. practically admitted the truth of the
complaint by attempting to Justify the
measures protested against.
HEALTH WAS WRECKED
h*UlK| BroucM Itli'f Until Pmb i Wm Uat
Wmfcrful InprevnMat Wm tftwteA
“T had such awful cutting pntns
in the Kina 11 of my buck and hips, I
often had to cry out,” say* Mrs. Er-
in st Wiethoolter, 60O Madison St.,
’St. Charles, Mo. "The pain was
kuife-iyte and I couldn’t turn In bed,
in fact I was almost
helpless. My feet und
ankles swelled badly,
my hainIs were puffed
up and there were
swellings under jay
“I often got so
dizzy I hud to sit Vtf
dow n to keep from R»*-waii«.iar
1 ailing and iny health wns complete-
ly broken dow n. The kidney secre-
tions pained terribly In pnssage and
in spite of all the medicine I took.
I kept getting worse until I was a
“D.v chance I rend about Doan's
KitlnCy Dills nnd bought some. After
I had used half a box there wns a
change und I continued to Improve;
the pains, aches nnd swellings left
and my health returned.”
Suorn to before me.
WM. F. WOLTKR, \o1ary Public.
ALMOST TWO YEARS LATER.
May 25, 11H7. Mrs. Wlethoeltersaid:
"I think ns highly of Doan's ns ever.
Whenever I have used them, they
have benefited me."
C«t Doan’* at Aar Stora. 80, a Baa
FOSTLR-MILBURN CO, BUFFALO, N. Y.
is no more ndcttutry
than Smallpox. Army
experience has denonitnied
the almost miraculous eftt-
C*cy. and harm!eatneas, at Antityphoid VacciaatSaa*
Be necinated NOW by your physician, yon and
fou* family. It Is more Tital than house Insuraoca*
Ask your physician, druggist, or send for Harp
yoa had Typhoid?** telling of Typhoid Vaccine,
results from use, and danger from Typhoid Carriers.
Pradvtiag Vaeelaae and taruais under II. t. Llaaaao
The Cutter Laboratory, Berkeley. Cal.. Chieafa. IIL
MUCH IN LITTLE
L. Lightcap of Oreensbnrg, Pn„
fnlned n force from the shops and did
the work by electric light.
Itafnellta Is the name of a petroleum
found abundantly ln the Argentine
•irovlncc* of Mcndnzn and Patagonia.
It will In all probability be utilized
considerably in the future. The repub-
The Philippine hat Industry, which
boasts handmade products akin to
those of Punanm, ln 1916 more fhnn
doubled the value of Its 1915 exports
nnd established a new high record with 1
a trade exceeding <600.000 In value. j
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In France, employs t^oe pottery olny. )
one part; common salt, one half part; !
coal ashes, one-quarter part; fine sand,
one-quarter part, nnd glass, one-eighth
.—- , part. These Ingredients are well*
'V is rteh In petroleum, from Salta to ground together and are then mixed
ernt del 4 uego. j with water to the required consistence
Wiry Bald So Young
Hub Dandruff and
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Shampoo with Cuticura Soap
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la rUky to iwgleet. Take It In hand, and
safeguard your health by promptly taking
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Shatzel, Frank. The Quay Times (Quay, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 37, Ed. 1 Friday, January 11, 1918, newspaper, January 11, 1918; Quay, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc908114/m1/2/: accessed February 22, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.