Cimarron Valley Clipper (Coyle, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 8, 1917 Page: 2 of 4
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THE COYLE CLIPPER
NEED OF A
HE WOIWISTAND ™ OF
n\f I|in f>Oi ry JTfjl/ I n FH r A fi
. if STATE NEWS NOTES}!
BY HIS COUNTRY
SHADOWS OF COMING EVENTS.
SENATOH LA FOLI.ETTE AC-
DEFEATS AHMED SHIP BILL
With the Aid of 12 Other Senators
After 30 Republicans and 46
Democrats Had Affirmed
Mrs. Quinn’s Experience
Ought to Help You Over
tiie Critical Period.
Lowell. Mass. —“For the last thres
years I nave
Officer—Yes, grandad, I’ve fallen In
love with Signora Fontalha, the
actress, and If you have anything •<»
■ay against her you had better wait
until I’ve gone.
Grandfather—I say n word against
her! Why, tny dear hoy, I was over
head and ears In love with her myself
when I was your agel—Today.
PAIN? NOT A BIT 1
LIFT YOUR CORNS
OR CALLUSES OFF
No humbug! Apply few drop,
then Just lift them away
This new drug is an ether compound
discovered by a Cincinnati chemist. It
is called freezone, and can
now he obtained in tiny I
bottles ns here shown at |
very little cost from any 1
drug store. Just ask for 1
freezone. Apply a drop or
t-.\ o flii-ectl\ up«»n a tender
corn or callus and Instant-
ly the soreness disappears. :
Shortly you will find the
corn or callus so loose that |
you can lift It off, root !
and all, with the fingers.
Not a twinge of pain,
soreness or Irritation; not
even the slightest smart-
ing, either when applying
freezone or afterwards. I
I This drug doesn’t eat up
i he corn or callus, but
shrivels them so they loos-
en and come right out. It
Is no humbug! It works
like a charm. For a few j
cents you can got rid of ev- j
cry hard corn, soft corn oi
corn between the toes, as well as pain
ful calluses on bottom of your feet. It
never disappoints and never burns
bites or inflames. If your druggist
hnsn’t any freezone yet, tell him ti
get a little bottle for you from hit
He—I could die dancing with you
Our mistakes of yesterday are main-
ly responsible for our worries of to-
A Mother’s Burden
• A mother who suffers kidney trou-
ble, finds It hard to keep up her daily
work. Lameness, backache, sharp
pains when stooping and “blue”, ner-
vous or dizzy spells, make home life
dreary. Active kidneys bring back
vigor, health and a pleusure in fam-
ily duties. If the kidneys are weak
try a box of Doan's Kidney nils.
An Oklahoma Case
Mrs. i. N. Dod-
gen, Grand Ave.,
Grove. Ok la., says:
“I Buffered from
kidney and bladder
complaint and my
back pained mo
steadily. It was a
8 h a r p. continual,
dull nuhe that
-tbout used me up.
felt weak and
languid and often
had dizzy spells,
'■*2 ... during w h I c h
Jr. ®v#lf s peeks seemed to
Picture be floating in front
lfUt ,, of me Dunn's Kld-
Story nay Pills rid me of
ese signs of
kidney complaint and
health. I have felt fine since.
G#t Doan’s at A ay Slort, 50c a Bos
FOSTER MILBURN CO.. BUFFALO. N. Y.
Make the Liver
Do its Duty
Nine times in ten when the liver Is
right the stomach and bowels are right
gently but firmly i
pel a lazy liver
do its duty.
• tipation, In-,
end Distres, After Eating.
SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE.
Genuine must ^ear Signature
Washington. - Twelve senators, led
by Senator La Folic! te and encouraged
by Senator Slone, democratic chair-
man of the foreign relations commit-
toe, in a filibuster, denounced by
President Wilson’s spoke men as the
most reprehensible in the history of
any civilized nation, defied the will
of an overwhelming majoi^t) in con-
gress up to the hist minute and denied
the president a law authorizing him to
arm American merchant ships to meet
the German submarine menato, after
the president had addressed the sen-
ate and asked for the law.
Unyielding throughout twenty-six
hours of continuous session to appeals
that their defiance of the pr •; ident
would he humiliating to the country;
uncompromising in a crisis described
as the most serious to the nation since
the Civil war, LaFolletto and his sup-
porters refused a majority of their col-
leagues fin opportunity to vote on the
armed neutrality bill, and it died with
the Sixty-fourth congress at noon.
Seventy-Six Sign Manifesto.
To fix responsibility before the coun-
try, seventy-six senators, thirty repub-
licans and forty-six democrats signed
a manifesto proclaiming to the world
that they favored the passage of the
This declaration was embodied In
the record of the senate.
The text of the manifesto follows:
“The majority of the United
States senators favor the passage
of the senate bill authorizing the
president of the United States to
arm American merchant vessels,
a similar bill having already
passed the house by a vote of 304
to 13. Under the rules of the
senate allowing uniimited debate,
it appears to be impossible to ob-
tain a vote previous to neon,
March 4, 1917, when this session
of congress dies. We desire the
statement entered on the record
to establish the fact that the sen-
ate favored the legislation and
would pass it if a vote could be
Thirteen senators declined to sign
the statement, hut one of them. Sen-
ator Penrose of Pennsylvania, stated
that he would have voted for tlie hill
had an opportunity been afforded him.
The twelve men who went on record
with thirteen members of the house
against granting to President Wilson
the authority he asked for in the crisis
Republicans: Clapp, Minnesota;
Cummins. Iowa; Gronna, North Da-
kota; Kenyon, Iowa: LaFolletto, Wis-
consin; Norris, Nebraska; Works,
Democrats: Kirby, Arkansas; Lane,
Oregon; O’Gorman, New York; Stone,
Missouri; Vardeman. Mississippi.
Associated with them in opposition
to the armed neutrality bill were the
following representatives who voted
against the house bill:
Republicans: Renedict. California;
Carey, Wisconsin; Cooper, Wisconsin;
Davis, Minnesota; Helgosen, North
Dakota; Lindbergh, Minnesota: Nol-
Democrats Decker, Missouri;
Shackelford, Missouri; Sherwood,
Socialist: London, New York.
The President’s Statement.
President Wilson informed the coun-
try in a statement that he may lie
without power to arm merchant ships
and take other steps to meet the Ger-
man submarine menace, in the ab-
sence of authority from congress.
The president proposes, therefore,
that the special session of the senate
which ho has called to meet at once,
revise the rules, "to supply the means
of action and save the country from
“A little group of wilful men,” says
the president in his statement, "rep-
presenting no opposition but their own,
have rendered the great government
of the United States helpless and con-
“The termlnafloi of t - n
of the Sixty fourth congress by con-
stitutional limitation discloses a sit-
uation unparalleled in the history of
the history of any modern govern-
"It would not euro the difficulty to
call the Six!n-fifth cong^*- s in ex-
I u f
the senate would remain.”
China May Sever Relations.
Pekin The cabinet decided thaf
China should join the United States
many. This decision was submitted
to theapresident. who refused to-ap-
prove the , cabinet’s action, saving
such power rested entirely with him.
Premier Tuan L’hi lul nune^atbh re
signed and* left for Tientsin, accom-
panied by several other members of
the cabinet. The resignation of the
entire cabinet is expected Parliament
v anlm u favoi of • he
opinion of the cubinct.
been troubled with the
tth Change of Llfe^and
the bad feelings
common at that
time. I was in a
very nervous condi-
tion, with headaches
and pain a good
deal of the time so I
was unfit to do my
work. A friend
asked mo to try
Lydia E. Pinkham’a
| V e g e t a b 1 e Com-
pound, which I did,
and it has helped me in every way. f
am not nearly so nervous, no headache
or imin. I must say that Lydia E.
Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound is the
best remedy any sick woman can take. ’*
—Mrs. Margaret Quinn, Rear 259
Worthen St, Lowell, Mass.
Other warning symptoms are a sense
of suffocation, hot flashes, headaches,
backaches, dread of impending evil,
timidity, sounds in the ears, palpitation
of the heart, sparks before the eyes,
irregularities, constipation, variable
appetite, weakness, inquietude, and
If vou need special advice, write to
the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co.
Cconfidential), Lynn, Mass.
“Would you go to war If your conn-
, try culled you?”
“Of course I would,” answered the
patriotic citizen, “but I would first
j make sure that my country was call-
ing me, and not a lot of leuther-lunged
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle ot
CASTOR I A, that famous old remedy
for infants and children, and see that It
In Use for Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher’s Custom
Hiu t in mi t*u, nuu »ee mui u
“Have you a bete noire, Mrs. Come-
"Yes, Indeed. I got one the last time
we were In dear Paris, and we ull Just
dote on It.”
To Drive Out Malaria
And Build Up The System
Take the Old Standard GROVE'S
TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know
what you are taking, as the formula is
printed on every label, showing it is
| Quinine and Irou in a tasteless form. The
Quinine drives out malaria, the Iron
builds up the system. 50 cents.
The Kind It Was.
* “How did that smart yachting party
i get on?”
“They found the sea very rough.”
"Then it was a real swell affair.”
HIGH COST OF LIVING
This is a serious matter with house-
keepers as food prices are constantly
going up. To overcome this, cut out
the high priced meat dishes and serve
your family more Skinner's Macaroni
and Spaghetti, the cheapest, most de-
licious and most nutritious of all foods.
Write the Skinner Mfg. Co.,*Omaha,
Nebr., for beautiful cook hook, telling
how to prepare it in a hundred different
ways. It’s free to every woman.—Adv,
There would be fewer old bachelors
If single men were not allowed to as-
sociate with married men.
LAX-FOS IS AN IMPROVED CASCARA
A Digestive Laxative
CATHARTIC AND LIVER TONIC
Lax-Fos is not a secret or Patent Medi-
cine but is composed of the following old-
fashioned roots and herbs:
BLUE FLAG ROOT
MAY APPLE ROOT
In Lax-Fos the Cascara is improved by
die addition of these digestive ingredier.il
1 u aking it better than ordinary Cascara,
** an i thus the 1 oml ination a< ta not only 1
stimulating laxative and cathartic but also
as a digestive aud liver tonic. Syrup laxa-
tives are weak, but Lax-Fos combines
strength with palatable, aromatic t-ste aqd
dons net (gipe or disturb the stomach. ( ne
Constipation, Indigestion or Torpid Liver.
experience hu demonitrat
the almost miraculous pffl.
mail pox. Ann,
Is no more nsressary
> 1 moat 1
l than j:
vrsuiui from use, end darker from Typhoid Cartiers.
Praduclnj Vaeclncsond Scrums USdST U. 8 L|0«nit
Th* Cutter Laboratory. Berkeley, Cal., Chicago, 11L
Cacv, tnd harmlcssneas, of Antityphoid Vaccination.
Ur Tan lnated NOW by your physician, you and
r send for Have
phold Vac. lne.
e van lnated NOW by your physician, you 1
your family. It is more vtt.-l than house limjnnce.
Asia*your physician, druggist, or send for ]
ad Typhoid?” telling of Typhoid Vac
you bad Typhoid?”
? ■>* hair balsam
A toilet prepara• u < f inrrit
HtHCk Jfl n-lpe to eradwat* dandruff.
For Restoring Color and
Beauty toGray or Faded Hair.
BMlAfflii II ^A fcOc. and tl »X) at l»rmrsl»:a
If * ’ » »v.* ■ !hr--utened or have AI.Lf 11 *N H**
IN' ■!'. I\- • N • * A “ . - r pit m - , * r p r r
aid*' « 1 1 iiatiln Ito. k of inforiniiiT. n 1 11 C C
I a aimai'N parr »»jis t utui us.m iuiuu
Sod has been broken for the new
Methodist Episcopal church at Purcell.
No results have come from the
movement for a commercial club for
Bristow will vote on March 15 on
whether it shall become a city of the
Red Rock has Just sold a bond issue
In the sum of $22,000 for the construc-
tion of waterworks.
The new filter plant which was pur-
chased by the Anadarko city council
last year, is being completed.
Lawton’s new $130,000 postoffice
building was occupied last week by
Postmaster Robert Landers and his
By a vote of over two to one, Chick-
aslia voted $95,000 worth of bonds with
which to erect a new school building
In the city.
Frank Childers of Newkirk, a tool
dresser, was instantly killed when a
boiler exploded at the Armstrong deep
test well near Newkirk.
Louis Silverman, wealthy merchant
of Antlers, shot himself to death
with a revolver. Ill-health is the only
motive known for the rash act.
Grandfield gin men have begun ship-
ping burr ashes to eastern markets,
which bring from $25 to $100 a ton,
according to the percent of potash
contained in them.
Thirty-six head of grade Holstein
cattle were sold hist week by H. J.
Schmitt, who lives two miles south-
west of Norman. The price ranged as
high as $200 a head.
Lying beneath his overturned auto-
mobile twenty miles north of Okmul-
gee, Thomas F. Quinlan, oil operator,
was found. Ilis neck was broken,
death having come* instantly.
While burning trash in her yard at
Berwyn, Carter county, the clothing j
of "Aunt Martha” Gardner, a negro
woman more than 100 years old, j
caught fire and she was burned to !
Robert Campbell, of Anadarko, mem-
ber of the state board of education 1
and for two years land appraiser for
the general land office, has been ap- :
' pointed land appraiser of the federal I
land bank at Wichita, Kan.
Lumber dealers of Ada can not get
enough building material to supply the
demand. Fifty residences are under
1 construction now, and many more ln-
1 dividuals are wanting to begin build-
! ing, but can not get the material.
Willie Grantham, living three miles
east of Bokchito, has been awarded
the first prize in his district of the
i state boys’ and girls’ clubs, for the
! highest total score in the w’ork. The
I prize is a year’s course in the A. and
j M. college at Stillwater, with expenses ;
Work has begun on the tearing
! away of the old Methodist church at j
I Bristow and as soon as this is done j
the building of the new $15,000 chuhch :
building, ©n the same site, will b<
It is the intention to try and have the
church building complete by the first
Construction of a bridge across the
I South Canadian river at Newcastle, in
j McClain county, was decided upon at
! a meeting of committees from Tuttle,
Mustang, Chickasha and Newcastle,
and representatives of the Oklahoma
City Retailers’ Association and the
Ozark Trails Association.
Friday, April 13, is the date fixed by
! the criminal court of appeals for the
execution of Willie Williams, negro,
for the murder of Sam Neal, Musko-
gee policeman, on December 26, 1915.
: In an opinion by Justice Rutherford
Brett the court affirmed -the holding
of the Muskogee county district court
in sentencing Williams to death.
The Bristow Commercial Club has
purchased forty acres of ground ad-
joining the city on the west and will
1 have it platted and admitted to the
! city at once. The land cost the club |
" and will sell for ;i profit 1 I
$16,000, it is estimated. The profit on |
j the salt* of the lots will be used as a ’
; bonus to secure industrial develop-
ment to the city.
For the third time during the pres-
ent month all previous records for
high prices in the Oklahoma City hog
market were broken when a load of
Canadian county butchers brought the
top price of $12.95. The bulk of the
supply sold for $12.25@$12.85. The
receipts are running light hut the
trading is active and steady. The
previous high record mark was
reached last week when the top mar-
ked reached $12.60. Those familiar
with the markets and conditions lo- \
cally pi edict that t he $12 00 mark w ill
be reached within a short time if the
present conditions continue.
A statewide campaign has beoh
commenced by the Woman’s Mission- j
arv Societies of Oklahoma, western I
odist Episcopal Church, South, tc
f I wo 1
at the U after Ity of (>kla
homa, ffoe for boys and one for girls,
each capable of Rousing forty stu
dents. The first $50,000 raised will
bo lifted for the girls’ dormitory. Lot
for the building near ’tho univer0ft>
bn Univt r4ity boulevard, have alnad
been donated by.citizens of Norman
Mr. Ell Lefevre, Jr., £54 Brush
fit., Detroit, Mich., writes: "I had
been troubled with catarrh for a num-
ber of years, and had been taking
medicine for it, but they did me no
good. In reading one of Dr. Hart-
man’s books entitled ‘Winter Catarrh/
I discovered that Peruna was good
for catarrh. After I had taken only
three bottles of Peruna I was cured
of the catarrh. I now advise every-
body troubled with catarrh to take Dr.
Hartman’3 Peruna, as it is a sure
cure for catarrh.
"Friends to whom*I recommend Pe-
runa tell me that it la also good for
headache, dizziness, and pain In tho
Those who object to liquid medi-
cines can now procure Peruna Tab-
W. L. DOUGLAS
THE SHOE THAT HOLDS ITS SHAPE”
S3 $3.50 $4 $4.50 $5 $6 $7 & $8
Save Money by Wearing W. L. Douglas
shoes. For sale by over9000 shoe dealers.
The Best Known Shoes in the World.
W/- L. Douglas name and the retail price is stamped on the bot*
YV tom 0f JI shoes at the factory. The value is guaranteed and
the wearer protected against high prices for inferior shoes. The
retail prices are the same everywhere. They cost no more in San
Francisco than they do in New Y'ork. They are always worth the
price paid for them.
'“The quality of W. L. Douglas product is guaranteed by more
than 40 years experience in making fine shoes. The smart
styles are the leaders in the Fashion Centres of America.
1 hey are made in a well-equipped factory at Brockton, Mass.,
by the highest paid, skilled shoemakers, under the direction and
supervision of experienced men, all working with an honest
determination to make the be^t shoes for the price that money /(*
Ask your shoe dealer for XV. T,. Donglaf* fIiops. If lie can-
not Hupplv you with tho kind you whim, toko no other
make. Write* for lulerc-sting booklet explaining how to W ^ij
get shoe*; of the highest standard of quality for the price, VJ/
by return mail, postage free.
LOOK FOR V/. L. Douglas
name and the retail price
•tamped on the bottom.
Best In the World
S3.09 $2.60 & $2.00
President “ W. L. Douglas Shoe Co,,
1HB Spark St., Itrockton. Mass.
A most surprising Australian bird
Is the kookooburra, or laughing jack- 1
ass. All at once in the quiet hush
come loud peals of uproarious, mock-
ing laughter. One is not Inclined to
join in the merriment. It all seems
as foolish and weird as if an Idiot
hoy were disturbing 11 congregation in
church. When the source of the laugh-
ter is located it turns out to he a silly-
looking bird with clumsy, square body
and open mouth, sitting unconcernedly
on a stump.
In Kidney Medicine
After handling and selling Dr. Kilmer’s
fiwamp-Root to the trade for the past ion
years I am confident that it is a reliable
kidney, liver and bladder preparation. I
have never heard a single complaint from,
it!. ( ii • in. i s ,'ni corning Swamp Root ao/i
ali of them speak very favorably regard-
ing its merit. 1 shall always recommend
Swamp-Root because I feel that my cus-
tomers will be pleased with the results
v 1 after u
Ytrv trulv vours,
W.'U. SI EG, Druggist.
Sept. 14, 1910. Hydro, Okla.
Prove What Swamp Root Will Do For You
Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Binghamton. N. Y., for a sample size bot-
tle. It will convince anyone. You will
also receive a booklet of valuable infor-
mation. telling about the kidneys and blad-
der. When writing, be sure and mention
this paper. Regular fifty cent and one-
dollar size bottles for sale at all drug
Old Lady (inquisitive and plain, to
young Civvy)—Young fellow, why
aren’t you in khaki?
Young Civvy—For the same reason,
my good woman, that you are not In a
beauty show—a matter of sheer, ab-
solute physical unfitness.—London Tit-
Photographic materials are needed
cold is the neglect-
ed cold. Get a box of—
The old family remedy—In tablet
form—safe, sure, easy to take. No
c plntes—no unpleasant after effects.
Cures colds in.24 hours—Grip in 3
colds in 24 hours—Grip in 3
days. Money back if it fails. Get
nuine box with Red 'I'op and
r.i .—t 11 r« ml it — MUtiL
the genu in _
Mr. Iliil’s picture on it—
At Ac/ Drug Store
Now In the Time* to (Jet Hid of These
l »jly Spots. .
There’s no long- r the slightest need of
feeling ashamed of your freckles, as the
prescription othlne — double strength — is
guaranteed to remove these homely spots
Simply get an ounce of othine—double
strength—from your druggist, and apply a
little of It night and morning and you
should soon See that even the worst freckles
have begun to disappear, while tho lighter
ones have vanished entirely. It is seldom
that more than one ounce 1s needed to com-
pletely clear the skin and gain a beautiful
He sure to ask for the double strength
othlne, as this Is sold under guarantee of
money back if it fulls to remove freckles.—
When the stomnch and liver are In
cases out of every hunJrcci general
good working order, in nincty-niri
cases out of every h
good health prevails.
Green’s August Flower has proven a
blessing ana has been used all over tha
civilized world during t he last fifty odd
years. It is a universal remedy for
weak stomach, constipation and nerv-
ous indigestion. A dull headache, bad
taste in t lie mouth in the morning, or
that “t I red fe« ling’’ are naf ure’s warn-
ings tiiat something is wrong in tho
digestive apparatus. At such times
Green’s August I lower will quickly
correct the difficulty and establish a
normal condition. At all druggists' or
dealers’, 25c and 75c bottles.
“Is he learning to read law?”
"I suppose so. He told me he was
prosecuting his studies.”
A HINT TO WISE WOMEN.
Don’t suffer torture when ali female
troubles will vanish in thin air after using
“Femenina.” Price 50c and §1.00—Adv.
“Money isn’t everything.”
“No, only about 97 per cent.”
Diet, Exercise or Death!
An eminent medical authority writes
that most of our city folks die of a thick-
ening of the arteries or of kidney dis-
ease. The kidneys become clogged and
do not filter the poisons from the blood,
mid one trouble follows another, high
blood pressure damages the heart, arteries
and kidneys. Usually its danger signals
are backache, pain lu re or there, swollen
feet or ankles, rheumatio <winges or
spots appearing before the eyes.
• “The veiy best remedy is this: Eat
meat but once a day, or not at all. Plenty
of outdoor’ exercise, and drink pure
> water, frequently. Before meals take a
'little Anuric, thejp-cat uric acid neu-
traliser that is easily obtained at the
drug store. When you have dizziness,
Chills or sweating, worry, or dragging
pains in back, try this wonderful cr.ciny
to uric n 'id, which Dr. Pierce of Buffalo,
N Y., discovered and named Anuric.
Anuric, more potent than lithia, dissolves
uric acid as bot water does sugar."
New lnw just passed. New towns, buslDras
opportunitipa. Map showing proposed rail*
roads. Send 25 cents for maps sud Infor-
II. S. Commissioner, Outlook, Mont.
MICE CARRY DISEASE
Kill These Peels By Using
U. 8. Government Buys It
80LD EVERYWHERE j—25c and |1.0S
6,000 shares I nch Sam Oil Btnck FY 00. Producing
wells, pipe lines refineries, lar^e ncreuye, disirtbvv-
iiig MatiofiH, tank rr» Inipmtant d* \ ••.nmueiite,
Big Increase in Oil makes dividends possible soon,
Adiirnaa W. K. Heilman investment Co., VVicbiia, Kan
OR. PHELAN’S HOSPITAL
IOOf» No. Broad way, Qltlohomn < «ly
For the care of n dlcsl and rglca) funs,
Private rooms for maternity pa tier ts. liable*-
adopted when deaired.
W. N. U., Oklahoma City, No. 10-1917.
HEALTHY CHILDREN co.no from healthy
— mothers. And
they’ll take Dr.
I to Proscription.
Not h I r> rr c:\rv
up a worn-
, , T strength,
in regulating and assisting ill ii(r
natural Junctions, and in putting in
perfect order every, part of the female-
system. It lessens llio pulns an.l bur-
dens. Buppcrts anil »trcngUien» weak,
It's an Invigorating, rcatoratlvo tonlo.
a soothing and bracing nervine.
Castor -.11 Is good fop-children or adulta.
and .especially good for aped people A
pleasant form of a vegetable laxative that
Is to ba_ find at any drug store, was In-
vented hy Dr Pierce, who put together
May -appio (podophyilln), aloes, Jalap.’
Ask at anv drug .tore for * Pleasant Pel-
lets,"and they can be had for little money. .
1 hejf contain no calomel and are of vetfot-
sUlo constituents. tWefore harmless.
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