Cimarron Valley Clipper (Coyle, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 48, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 13, 1916 Page: 3 of 4
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THE COYLE CLIPPER
GALOMa SICKENS! IT MIES! ' ’3TME-WIDE •
HI STAY BILIOUS. CONSTIPATED NEWS EVENTS
1 Guarantee “Dodson’s Liver Tone” Will Give You the Best Liver 1
and Bowel Cleansing You Ever Had—Don’t Lose a Day’s Work!
Calomel makes you sick; you lose a
day’s work. Calomel is quicksilver
and it salivates; calomel Injures your
It you are bilious, feel lazy, sluggiBh
and all knocked out, If your bowels_
are constipated and your head aches
or stomach is sour, just take a spoon-
ful of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone
Instead of using sickening, salivating
calomel. Dodson’s Liver Tone is real
liver medicine. You’ll know it next
morning because you will wake up
feeling fine, your liver will be work-
ing, your headache and dizziness gone,
your stomach will be sweet and your
bowels regular. You will feel like
working. You’ll be cheerful; full of
vigor and ambition.
Your druggist or dealer sells you a
6.0-cent bottle of Dodson’s Liver Tone-
under my personal guarantee that It
will clean your sluggish liver better t
than nasty calomel; it won't make yog
sick and you can eat anything you !
.want without being salivated. Your
druggist guarantees that each spoonful j
will start your liver, clean your bowels
and straighten you up by, morning or '
you can have your money back. Chi!
dren gla'dly take Dodson’s Liver Tone J
because it is pleasant tasting and I
doesn't gripe*or cramp or make them
I am selling millions of bottles of
Dodson's Liver Tone to people who
have found that this pleasant, vege-
table, liver medicine takes the place
of dangerous calomel. Buy one bottle
on my sound, reliable guarantee. Ask
your druggist or storekeeper about me. J
Watch Your Colts
For Coughs, Colds and Distemper, and at the first, symp-
toms of any such‘ailment, give small doses of that‘won-
derful remedy, now* the most used In existence.
SFOHN’S DISTEMPER COMPOUND .
50 cents and $1 a bottle; $5 and $10 the dozen, of anv
druKKist, harrfess dealer, or delivered by
M’OliN MlfiD ICAI. CO., ChciuUts, Coaben, Ind., U. S. A.
Why bear those pains?
A single bottle will
Prevents severe compli-
cations. Just put a few
drops on the painful
spot and the pain dis-
and Gained 28 Pounds
Spain, of Mario, Okla., one of the vast^number of women who been aaved by
a in priiLsinp this wonderful remedy: “When I be«-an usinR Stella-Vitae I weighed
nd could hardly sit up to be weighed. Now I can work all day. feel better than I have
podaend to Buffering womanhood. It
PROMOTERS OF OKLAHOMA-TEX-
•AS AND GULF ASSOCIATION
MEET AT DURANT.
OTHER NEWS OF THE NEW STATE
Little Incidents and Accidents hat .Go
. To faake Up a Week’s History
of s Great Common-
Dulant.—The.. Oklahoma, Texas and
Oult' ’Highway Association delegates
met in Durant last week. .There were
about seventy-five delegates front Tex-
as and.Oklahuma'pre. cut qnd all seem-
ed very enthusiastic over tin- good
roads movement. Pres. C. O. Johnson
’Pile reports of the* president s' showed
the Gulf highway lo be in ffood con-
dition, even at (his season bf the year,
and each delegate "promised that tin’
roads in Uis county would be in excel-
lent condition by edrly summer to ac-
commodate tourists. Tin; association
authoriezd president Johnson to fca\©
t ho Gulf highway marked from Wich-
ita and Winfield, Ivans., to Dallhs,
Texas, with the association’s colors,
which are a band of gold with a black
band above and below. The route was
changed to include Tishomingo, John-
son county, and a branch highway ,was
Ax tended trow Winfield 10 Wichita!
Kans., which is to make conniption
with the Meridian ’highway at that
Tlie following officer:* were re-nA'ct-
ed: C. O. Johnson, Durant, President;
K. II. Hughes. Denison. Texas, vicq-
president of the Texas division; A. N.
I......sraft, Oklahoma City, yiee-pnssl-
dent of the Southern Oklahoma dis-
trict; W. H, king, Denison, Teax-,
j secretary-treasurer; Julian C. Field,
Denisqn", .Texas, consulting engineer.
Tlie program a-4 as follows: Ad.
I dress of welcome by Judge J. L. Rap-
ppllee, report of county delegates, elec-
tion of officers, address by A. N. Lee-
craft, new highway lav-, address hy
R. H. Whitlow, secretaryof Ozark-Jef-
ferson Highway association, address
by W. A. Durant on what to; expect
from tlie legislature,address by ('has.
F. McPherson on the results of good
roads on trade.
The addresses were received with
and the address by A. N Deecraft, sec-
retary to Gov. Williams, was,listened
to with deep interest, as the dlscus-
siou set forth Iti large measure the
state laws governing the construc-
tion of public highways.
DENIED REVIEW OF HiS TRIAL
Alvin H. Stout. Formerly of Cherokee.
Must Serve Sentence. •
V\ gton.s Appli< ;itIon by .Alvin
H. Stout, president or the First Na- '
tional Bank of Clferokee, Okla., to the
supreme court for a review of his con-
viction of ‘willful misapplication of
bank money was denied by the court.
Convicted At Cuthrie.
Guthrie.—*Alvin II. Stout, whose ap
plication for a review of his convic-
tion of misapplication or funds belong-
ing to tlie Cherokee National Bank
was denied by the United States su*
preme * mi t. as tried and convicted
in Guthrie diirine, 11*11 In 11*10 a fed-
900 Million Dollars in New Wealth
Added in 1915.
Canada ns a whole has enjoyed won-
derful prosperity ip It' 15. front the
products of the farnj, the orchard hiu!
the centres of industry. No country
wrote a brighter page of history in
agricultural and industrial develop-
eral grand jury here indicted Stout for ment during 1915 than Canada. Nearly
misapplication <>t funds belonging to n buuon bushels of grain produced !
tlie hunk "i whii t*lie was presidrnt. ^nxes in Western Canada average $24
The jujv at the same time indicted A. an(j will not exceed $35 per quarter
■] 1 11 ,v ' ;tI ^at ’mu- presi section, which includes all taxes. No
dent, of a milling company in Chero-
kee. The specific charge against Stout
was that he had made excessive loans
to the milling company, of which Titus
was president. The two men were
tried and ctyvicted here. Titus se-
cured a new trial and the charges
against him were finally dismissed.
Stout was denied a new trial and ap-
pealed his case to the supreme court
of the United States.
Stout was ;i prominent nfbmber of
the Quaki?r church organization at
Cherokee, and members of the organ-
ieation furnished money with which
to defray tin expenses connected with
the appealing of ^ho case.
At present Smut is in the insurance
business In Wichita, Ran.* 11»■ is under
sentence to servo five years in the
A. J. Titus is no# mayor of Chero
kee. At the time Titus was arrested
in 1910 he
council and was presiding over4 a meet-
ing of the council at the time the war-
rant was served.
'axes on improvements.
When Western Canada was faced
with her enormous harvest last fall
tho military authorities decided that
soldiers in Canada could giYO the Em-
pire no better service for iho Unis’
being than to assist in harvesting the
( crops. For that reancn leave of ab-
sence was given to Boldiers who
wished to work in $he harvest fields,
and their labor was an important fac-
tor in harvesting the big crops success-
The necessity for incr.easfng tho ag
ricultural production is commanding
even more attention in 1916, and it is
1 now announced that soldiers in Can-
ada may obtain leave'of absence from
their military duties in the spring for
a certain length of time to eiiable i
them to plant the seed for the crops
in every Province of the Dominion.
. , | The fact that the Government roc-
waB 8 m?“ber *’f cltBogni*« the seeing and hatve.tlhg of
j Canada’s crops as being of the first
I importance is perhaps tho best avi-
| dence that conscription or any in-
of taxes which would reduce
tl>o agricultural activity of Canada
MANY RECRUITS ARE EXAMINED ’^Ta,
Major Barney Sure Oklahoma Will will never be considered by the author-
Barney Sure Oklahoma
Provide Her Share of Men.
Owing to the number who have en-
listed for overseas service it has hfflfm
found necessary to* sechre farm labor
in the United States. It is hoped that
Oklahoma City. — One month ago
there was a single Unifwd States army
recruiting station in Oklahoma. Now
there are seven.
Thus the state is brought fac«f to tisement.
face with the most intensive effort
'D get" sqjtfiers for’*the regular armyj H takes a silly woman to make a
that has been known in the nation's ,,,n! "! :i snffcfrt man.
history. All past records for -j.....dy A H|NT ,TO wise women
recruiting must be more than doubled p* ^Vh.n *all female
to meet the demand. troubles will vanish in thin air after using
When congress' passed its fesolu- “Femenina." Price 50c and.»i oo.--A.lv.
tlon to add 25,QfiO men to tin- stand j
Don’t overload it when it is
weak—rather help it back
to it;- normal condition and
thus av-’id a spell id Indi-
gestion, Constipation, Bil-
iousness and weakness. Try
You will find it of great as-
sistance. Get the genuine.
A good conversationalist lets up oo
To cool a burn apply Hanford's Bal-
A 8iicQ£8sful fool, doesn't realize hat
I10 is one.
SAVED MINISTER'S LIFE.
Rev. W. H. Warner, Route 2, Myers*
viiii*. Md.f writes? My trouble was
sciatica. My back was affected and
took tho form of lumbago. I also had
in my muscles,
pressure or sharp
pain on the top of
my head, and nerv-
ous dizzy spells. I
had other symp-
toms* showing my
kidneys wore at
Roy. W. 11. \\ arner
fault, s<t 1 took 1 lodd'a ’Kidney Pills,
fifty thousand can be secured^Adver- They were the means of saving my life.
On Feb. lGth, 1916,1 write to say that
undoubtedly your medicine restored
me to perfect health. , •
Dodd’s Kidney Pills, 50c per box at
your dealer or ,J)odds Medicine Co.,
Buffalo, N. Y. DoddDyspepsia Tab-
lets for indigestion have been proved.
50c per box.—Adv.
NEW SOCIETY FOR PHYSICIANS
I Southwestern Medical Holds
Meeting at Altus.
ing army, brinstag it up to the full
_ ( i ...... force of 120,OOu mqp, the order went
by the delegates, (‘forth from Washington to get men— j
1 and get. them quickly. Major O. N.
Barney, in clmrge*of the Oklahoma City
recruiting station, immediately open-
ed sub stations at Ardmore, Chick-
units, Muskogee, and Tulsu. As soon
as more expansion was possible other
sub stations were placed in Enid and
“The nr my is calling for men,” said
Major Barney. • “The expedition to
capture the bandit VilTa and avenge
the massacre of Columbus, N. M must
be successful. Villa and his outlaw
followers must be crashed.
“Women and .children on tho fron
tier „need protecting border forces
Railroads must be held. Forces fron
other parts of the United States have
bn§n ordered to the Mexican boundary
and these pups must be filled.”
The average man wants others to t We never have much use for people
see him * li«- sim s himself.
u ho are smarter than w<
Mrs. Mattie Spain,
Ctell,,- ».wv, _
! pounds, and could hardly sit up to ho weighed. Now
in nine yeara, and have gained 28 pounds,” Stella-Vitae is
rivea strength and health to the female orRana, acts
up to be weiRhed. Now I can work all day, feel b
ounds,” Stella-Vitae is a godsend to suffering woman
•Rives stranRth and health to the female orRans, acts as a tonic on the nerves, restores viRor and
brings the fcioora of health to cheeks that are faded and pale. It is Riiaranteod. All dealers $1 a bottla.
TK/VCHER MEDICINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN.
You can't gain admission to a man's
confidence by knocking.
IMITATION IS SINCEREST FLATTERY
hut like counterfeit money the imita-
tion has not the worth of the original.
Insist on “La Creole” Hair Dressing—
It’s the original. Darkens yoyr hair in
the natural way, but contains no dye.
Men whose only books are* wom-
en's looks are students of* folly.
Kill the Flies Now ahd Prevent
disease. A DAISY FLY K1LLBK will do It.
Kills thousand*. Lasts al^pe&son. A 1 dealert
or six sent express paid for $1. Jl. SOM BBS.
150 Do Kalb Ave., Brooklyn, N."\. Adv.
Prudery is a wig often used to cover
a bald cha^actef*.
ON FlTSf SYMPTOMS
use “Benovine” and be cured. I*© not
wait until the heart organ is beyond on hand,
repair. “Renovine” is the heart and
nerve tonic. Price 50c and $1.00^- Adv,
. Any girl in school knows that a kiss
is a conjunction.
A woman’s min<f is nearly always on
dress—which may explain the fre*
i quent changes 6f both.
• “YES. I THINK SO.”
Most atiy good soap will do, but Red
Cross Ball Blue is the only. blue.
Makes the greatest difference. My
clothes are a dream—snowy white. I
can't use liquid blue. No, not me% Give
mo Red Cross Ball Blue and I'll show
you some beautiful clothes.—Adv.
Perhaps the best hand a man cah
hold in the game of life is the hand ol
some good woman.
Every Household Needs It.
For cuts, burns'sprains and bruises,
HanforS’s Balsam of Myrrh should
give quick relief. These may happen
any day in any home and thd prudent
housewife will always keep a bottle
When a mftn Is down hit enemies
stop kicking him and his friends begin.
* Altus.—Thirty-five of the leading
phfsh ion- of Cotton, Comsmche, Til-
man, Jackson. Harmon, Greer and Ki-
owa counties have just concluded a
conference here at which the South-
western Oklahoma Medical Associa-
tion was given birth.
At this meeting, which was held in
the county courthouse. Doctor Cherry
of Mangud was elected president of
the new organization and Doctor i’in-
nell of Lawton was selected rfs secre-
tary. Vice presidents to represent the
several counties were selected as fol-
lows; Greer, T...T. Horsley of Man-
gum; Kiowa, L. H. Huffman of Hobart;
Tillman, L. M Mitchell of Frederick;
Comanche, L. A. ^lilne. Lawton; Har-
mon, Dr. Gray of Gould; Cotton, Dr.
Webb of Temple.
The next melting of the nfiw society
will be held at Lawton on Tuesday,
July 11, Id 1G.___
Railroad Rumors at Ada.
Ada.—The rumor is persistent at
Ada that the Kork T imid railway i.
planning to extend ids Asher line to
Ada and then go south and connect
with its other line at Wapanucka.
I According to the rumor the new rail-
road will pass through the ’inland
towns of Maxwell, Bebee, Franks, Pon-
totoc and tonnerville. It would tra-
vel-' sqjne of the fim ** farming land
in the eastern part* of the state, lie-
tween Pontqtoc and Connerville it
would cross Blue river, at Its .most
favorable part dor a power plant.
X.tfet Contents 15 Fluid Drachms,
AFTON SEWER BONDS ARE ILLEGAL
Court Decides Technical Point Against
Afton.—The decision of the supremo
court of Oklahoma knocks out the
•ewer bonds voted here a year ago.
Bonds amounting to $35,000 were voted
by tho citizens of. Afton about a year
ago to build sewers witYi. An injunc-
tion against1 file work was issued, and
on appeal to the supreme cdhrt the
town lost the case.
The case was appealed on the ques-
tion of the legality of the bonds, which
bonds called for a tax of the entire
town for construction of the sewers,
it was held that to vote sewer bonds
districts must be formed and only the
Disagreeable and Dangerous Trouble
is Diarrhoea, hut a speed*’ and certain
cure is found in Mississippi Diarrhoea
Cordial. Price 25c and 50c.—rAdv.
| A lazzy man is a dead one who can t
i be buried.
FROM GIRLHOOD TO OLD
AGE WOMEN ARE HELPED
For any sore use Hanford's Bal-
sam. Adv. ‘
Most, mi'ii who make hay while the
fiun Shines make it for other people.
New Strength for Lame Backs
•nd Worn-out Conditions
Dear Hr. Editor:
I suffered from lame hack and a
tired, worn-out feeling. Was unable to
stand erect and scarcely able to get
around. It would usually come on at
first with crick in smalt of my back.
I took Anuric Tablets and my back
commenced to got better, I did not
have to walk doubled over as 1 did
before using the "Anuric.” It Is the
best remedy I have ever taken for
what It is intended to relieve.
A. G. DRAKE.
NOTE:—When your kidneys get
sluggish and clog, you suffer from
backache, sick-hepdache, dizzy spells,
or the tw’inges and pains of lumbago,
rheumatism and gout. "Anuric” is the
most powerful agent in dissolving
At the first symptoms of any de-
rangement of the feminine organism
at any period of life tho one safe, really
helpful remedy is Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription for every conceivable ail-
ment and disease of a womanly nature.
It is a woman’s temperance medicine
and its ingredients are published on
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription Is
a true friend to women in times ol
trial and at times of pain when the
organs are not performing their func-
tions. For headache, backache, hot
flashes, catarrhal conditions, bearing
down sensattonB, mental depression,
dizziness, fainting Bpells, women
Osage Belle Is Cause of Crime.
I * Tulsa.—Quarreling over a dance
With a belle of the Osage tribe, Bud
Nelson killed John Kennedy at the
home of Charley Harlow, three miles
northwest of Tulsa. The fight occurred
at a dance where a large number of
Indians as well as "white people were
congregated. Bullets from a revolver
in the hands of Nelaon struck Kenned*
in the abdomen and ranged upward
through his heart. He died almost In-
stantly. Nelson was arrested and
taken to Pawhuska.
UrAskCth; ”uggl.tW?oerr"XriC'’*"11 should never fall to take this tried and
up by Dr. Pierce, In 60-cent packages, j true women’s medicine.
To Electrocute Indian Patricide,
Hugo.—Willie Fisher, the Indian boy
who was convicted in the district court
here last week for the murder of Ills
aged parents, was taken to the Afc-
Alester penitentiary. He has been sen-
tenced Go death and his electrocution
i» set for June 15. It js expected, how-
ever, that execution of the sentence
will be deferred by Governor Wiljiams.
Others taken to the penitentiary were
Jack Slayden given a life term for the
property# that got the benefit of the i
sewers was to be laxed. The court j
held that the main sewer system coy 1 fI
be put in at tht expense of the entire
town, but no laterals could be con
structed under taxation of the entire I
town. A ffew election will pow im>st ,
likely be Jield arid the election and ,
bonds gotten up properly and legally
so that the bonds can be sold and ap
ALCOHOL- 3 PEK CENT
siniilatingthe Food and Regula-
ting the Stomachs and Bowels of
Iivj \ni s 'Children
ness and Rcst.C#niains neither
JkdpcofQJd Dr.ftmu PnCHER
Pumpkn Seed -
ALx Sruuut *
. Atuse Seal •
lU -(arhonate Soda * j
Clarified Sugar .
Wuitergreen flavor ./
A perfect Remedy forConsRpa-
tion. Soar Stomaeh, Diarrhoea.
Worms. Feverishness rnul
Loss of Sleep.
For Infants and Children.
Mothers Know That
Fac simile Signature or
The Centaur Company;
At 6 month sold
Exact £opy of Wrapper •
TMC OINTAUR COMPANY, N«W VONH CfTV.
proved by the c»urt.
Government Will Irrigate.’
Lawton. There \yas one long Jubi 4
lee in Lawton following a mesrfhge re-
ceived from Congressman Scott Ferris,
stating that the reclamation comm is*
sion has agreed to begin work immedi-
ately upon Lawton’s Irrigation pro-
ject. The appropriation available
would have reverted back to the gov
ernment, June 30, and business nfen
here were growing uneasy over the sit
uatlon. Two thousand five hundred
acres of land north of Lawton., will be
irrigated, including 600 acres of gov
ernment land near the Indian school.
of experience at once on the farms of
January Gets Life Term.
Norman,—\y. D. January, recently
convicted in the district court nerf*
for killing Milton Keck, ban been sen-
tenced by Judge Swank of the district
court to life imprisonment, the court
overruling a mutton for a new tgial. I
Pending an appeal to the state crim>
Inal court of appeals January will bo
incarcerated in the penitentiary. He
took tlie sentence stoiefflly. He-seetns
dazed by the tremendous strain he has
undergone, and is In poor health. He
murder of Joe Maroney, and George / sald he killed Keck for betraying his
Jones, fifteen years. | daughter.
To replace the young farmers who
have enlisted for the war. Good wages
and full season’s work assured.
There is no danger or
possibility of Con-
scription in Canada.
References required from all applicants. For special railway rates and other Information apply tt
G. A. COOK, 2012 Main Street, Kansas City, Mo#
Authorized CtaidlM Go?«rm*eat A,al
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