The Colony Enterprise (Colony, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 22, 1920 Page: 3 of 12
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THE COLONY ENTERPRISE
FIVE MILLION FI
USED IT LAST Y1
"CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP*
IS CHILD’S LAXATIVE
Look at tonguo! Romovo polooni
from stomach, llvor and
Standard cold remedy far SO yearn
•in tablet form—aaie, aura, so
opiate*—break* up a cold is *4
hour*—relieve* grip in I days.
Money back if it fail*. The
genuin* boa Has S had
top with Mr. HUI a
At All Drop Stars*
Why Go Hungry
It raw Stomach to woak and )«■
■after with tedtoootion, — Ml
I gocrtllco yowboauta aad comfort. I
You may oat aaythtog yoo Ilk0,1
I aadnUshlt, ifyoutokoout or two |
DR. Turrs LIVER PILLS I
boa roqalrod. Yob will dims! I
>w food | aoartoh aad baud ap|
treatment of ITCH, ECZEMA,
BING WORM,TETTER or other
Itching akin disease*. Price
75c at drufrglata, or dlroot from
LI lltkorio MMiclat 0*. Ihflasln
COACH SHARPE REPLIES TO CRITICISM
OF YALE ALUMNI AND UNDERGRADUATES
“I will never marry a man unless he
knows how to mnke love romantically.”
“I prefer one who cun make money
Important to Mothora
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA, that famous old remedy
for Infants and children, and see thut^t
In Use for Over 80 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher’s Castoria
No Home for Leonidas.
"Does your husband stay home
"Certainly not,” snid Mrs. Meekton.
“1 Insist on his going with me to all
the meetings I attend."
Accept "California" Syrup of Figs
only—-look for the name California on
the package, then you are sure your
child Is having the best and roost harm*
less laxative or physic for the little
stomach, liver and bowels. Children
love its delicious fruity taste. Full
directions for child’s dose on each hot-
tie. Give It without fear.
Mother l You must say •‘Callfornlae’*
"That quiet little woman over there
Is a wonder."
“What's she done?"
"That's It; she’s quiet."
The numl er of telephones In use In
the United States at the close of 1917
was 11,710,.">20—one to every nine per-
sons or every two families. Of these
telephones. 7,320,858 were operated by
the 145 Bell-controlled systems and
the remaining 4,389,002 belonged to
the 53,089 Independent systems. The
auinber of culls mnde during the year
(vos estimated at 21,840,000,000—an
iverage of more than 200 per capita.
Cutlcura Soothes Itching Scalp
On retiring gently rub spots of dan-
druff sad itcblng with Cutlcura Oint-
ment. Next morning shampoo with
Cutlcura Soap and hot water. Make
them your every-day toilet preparations
and have a clear skin and soft, white
Valued for His 8ilence.
"The Tondvllle Clurion pays a hand-
some compliment to Ellphalet Sogshy,
an old citizen who died the other day.”
“What does the editor of the Clarion
have to say?"
"This: ‘The lion. Ellphnlet Sogshy
sot on the platform at public meetings
In this community for thirty years, and
In nil that time was never known to
make n speech. Ills place will be hard
to 1111.'”—Birmingham Age-llerald.
DR.. AL. SHARK
Although most of the Yale alumni
and undergraduates cordially support
I>r. Al Sharpe In his policies ns gen-
eral athletic coach and director, a mi-
nority 1ms made his life miserable
since the Harvard and Princeton de-
feats by demands that he retire In
favor of Tad Jones, who was head
.•nach three years ago. (loaded by In-
cessant criticism of hls football
coaching, Doctor Sharpe said:
Won’t Insist on Contract.
“If Yale ultimnl and undergradu-
ates really attribute the loss of the
Harvard and Princeton games to my
coaching and want to bring Tad Jones
sack us head couch I shall not de-
mand that Yale carry out my three-
year contract. If my work Is unsatis-
factory and there Is a popular, demand
thut I go I shall go. There have been
There is sport nnd prolit combined
p the latest contests that are engaging
die attention of certain parts of Eng-
und where farmers nnd others have
itarted egg-laying contests to deter-
nlne what class of chickens are the
>est layers and what farmer haB the
jest egg producers. Four hens are se-
ected, the test runs from the first of
October to the first of February, a gen-
irous period of time In the midst of
winter, when the test hns n renl mean-
ng. There nre dash prizes of generous
imounts and many people nre wntch-
ng the records ns they nre mnde pub-
ic. With eggs at 85 cents per dozen,
is they nre In Columbus, hens that
will work fnlthfully during the cold
nonths of winter nre hens worth hnv-
ng and the tests might be held here
with ns much of sport and quite as
nuch of profit ns In England.—Ohio
Jap School Costumes.
A new school costume for three
large schools for girls In Tokyo Is re-
ported In a Japan society bulletin. The
freshmen girls will hnve Jackets fash-
ioned of pink material nnd skirts of
violet. The second year girls will
wear blue jackets nnd third-year maid-
ens, In virtue of their greater matur-
ity nnd ndvnnclng wisdom, will be
privileged to hnve their conts cut from
brown cloth. The Tokyo schools mak-
ing the change nre the Girls’ Commer-
cial school, the Ynmawnkl Girls’ High
school, and AtomI Girls’ High school.
He Hadn’t Hurt Thomaa.
Tompkins put hls parcel on the din-
ing-room table with a casual air.
“What have you got there, Edward?"
nsked hls wife sternly.
“Er—Just a set of boxing gloves,
my dear I” explained her husband. “I
bought them for Thomas. Every
American boy In future should be
taught the noble art of self-defense,
nnd I will tench our son. Come Into
the gnrdeu, Thomas I Don’t be
alnrmed. I will not hurt you I”
Mrs, Tompkins smiled coldly as she
went on sewing. Ten minutes later
Tompkins staggered Into the room and
sank Into a chair.
"Some raw meat nnd arnica, Mar-
la I” he ordered. "I’ve—er—sustained
a little Injury to my eye!”
cliques that were not working for the
best Interests of Yale, and there
was not harmony. There Is too grent
a bridge between the academic and
Hie scientific departments. Yule lost
Its two biggest games because of
Doctor Sharpo was nsked to com-
ment on the statement made by Train-
er John Mack to the effect that, when
an eleven Is on the one-yard line nnd
cannot score because of a missed sig-
nal, something la wrong. Ho un-
‘Tho piny Hint wns cnlled for was
an off-tackle play nnd Ilrnden, who
took the Lull I, went through center.”
"Then llruden disobeyed Ills sig-
"Either that or ho misunderstood
FIRST BASEBALL PAY
Individuals and tonms hnve
won In spite of having the dope
all their way.
The time to Collect Is when
you nre ahead.
The only system that can bent
the races Is to let ’em run for
There are too many folks who
attempt to play with blue chips
before they cun handle the red
The snno mnn Isn’t right all
the time, but ut least he Is rea-
In taking n chance It Is also
well enough to select a soft spot
to land on.
Before plnylng any rival for a
sucker take another look In the
KID WILLIAMS COMING BACK?
One-Time Bantamweight Champion
Could Not Keep Away From Fietlo
Circle—Now a Manager.
Kid Williams, one-time bantam-
weight champion, ns was expected,
could not remain uwuy from the sport
No matter hew loiitf you
have been a coffee drink-
er, you will findit easy to
Jhe flavor is similar.
The only difference is the
certainty that no harmful
after effects can possibly
Sold by Grocers everywhere)
* Mad* by'
Paitum Csraal Co. Bora* Ckwk,Mkh||n
Very long. Do not misconstrue us as
Buying that the Kid will attempt u
coinebnck, for It Is doubtful whether
the grent little Monumental City but-
tler will ever don the gloves again.
Williams, however, will return to the
spot In which he achieved much
glory, us a manager, as he Inis taken
Llttlu JelT under hls managerial wing.
AMERICAN SPORTS IN CHINA
Football and Baseball Successfully In*
troduoed at Telng Hau College,
Looated at Pekin,
American football nnd bnsebnll hnvo
been successfully Introduced nt Tslng
Ilnti college, Pekin, China, according
to Ming 8. Lowo, registrar of the col-
After hls arrival In Chinn he ob-
tained the services of nu American
couch and physical director, l>. K.
Brace, a Bed college graduate, to
conch the various teams then organ-
ized, In a tentative way, In baseball,
American football, succor, tennla,
track nnd swimming.
American football nnd Yankee base-
ball nre among the most popular sports
nt Tnlng Hail college. A golf course Is
■oon to bo laid out near the college.
The Cnrdlnnls will train nt Browns-
ville, Tex., und will go South March 1.
* * *
Knllto nnd Cunningham, pitchers,
hnvo been released to Portland by the
• * •
It Is rbmored thnt Jny Gould hns re-
jected several lucrative offers to turn
• • •
Whnt n vast difference between tho
meaning of the word “boot” as upplled
to baseball and football.
• • *
Herman says thnt he cannot nflford
to fight Jimmy Wilde bpeause the lat-
ter lost to Jack Sharkey.
• * •
Cornell will hnve basket ball con-
tests for every college section compet-
ing for the intramural title.
* * •
Wild left-handers refuse to order
platters In a restuurnnt because they
ure afraid they can’t locate It.
• • »
Among students who find relaxation
In athletics at Cornell nre a one-legged
wrestler and two blind oarsmen,
* • •
As far as the western showing of
the Syracuse football team Is con-
cerned, the Orunge proved to be a
• • •
Vic Rnler, who was out of hnsehall
fast season, Is desired by tho Colum-
bus (O.) club of the American asso-
• • *
The New York club of the*Amerlcnn
league Is anxious to obtnln Bobble
Roth. Manager Huggins would use
him In right field.
• • •
Football hns nttnlned such popularity
In Cnnndn that a movement Is on
foot to form an association of the nmu-
teur clubs of the Dominion.
• • •
Charles Lodrntix of France retained
the bantamweight championship of Eu-
rope by defeating Wulter Buss, the
English buntamwelght champion.
* * •
Football nt Hie New England high
schools was n big money maker this
year, the Haverhill high school alone
having cleared $10,000 on Its gridiron
• • •
Georges Cnrpentler, who won the
heavyweight chnmplonahlp of Europe
by defeating Joe Beckett, has signed a
contract to uppear In a moving picture
• • •
Boh Simpson hns taken up hls du-
ties as conch of Missouri university
students. He Is In charge of the com-
pulsory athletic work of the military
• • *
The return of tho 154-gnrno sched-
ules In tho mujor leagues means thnt
the seasons will open April 14 or 15
nnd that the world aeries will get un-
der way about October (1.
• • «
Commander J. K. L, Rosa, the lead-
ing money winner on the turf this year,
la having constructed n private race
track In Howard county, Maryland,
about two tullea from tho Luurel raca
stfc' A I.. iL * CtVY WA*' / 11 . L„ I. . V r
The largest electric sltffi
In the world advertises
on Times Square. New York
City: It to 2S0 feet Iona. 70
feet hlah. Made op of 17.286
• electric lamps.
Tbe fountains play, the
trade mark changes, read-
ing alternately WRIGLEVS
and JUICY FRUIT, and tbe
Spearmen Mdo a turn.”
This slfin to scan ntahtlv to about
800.000 paopto from aU ovar tba world. #
DISEASE AMONG iORBES -\»h. atoawar to, j
SPOHN’S * DISTEMPER COMPOUND
SPOIIN MEDICAL CO„ QMtM, 1*4* V. i. Am
Big Profits In Pigs.
Tonbridge Co-opcrntlve Plg-Breed-
ng (Limited), an organization started
when the submarine menace became
tcute, has been wound up, the sliare-
lolders having received bock their eap-
tal, with 47 Vi per cent.—London Mall.
ACT TOO OFTEN
If bothered with that form of kidney
trouble which cauees too frequent or excel-
live paeeage of urine, don’t expect relief
from medicine* that lit intended lor com-
mon kidney complaint. These remedies
generally are intended to increaae kidney
Liquid Shu Make *H|uld always be need
where the kidneys are over active during
the day or at night. It is not a cure for
all forma of kidney trouble, but is in-
tended for over-activity of the kidneya of
both children and adulta alike, eapeoially
for children bothered with kidney action
Aek any drugglat for Liquid Shu Make
or enclose sixty cent* to the Shumake
Remedy Company, Fort Worth, Texaa, for
■ bottle by return mail.—Adv.
Wife—I think thut chauffeur' was
under the Influence of liquor.
llusbund—I know thnt he was. He
gave me buck the right chauge.—Re-
GREEN’S AUGUST FLOWER.
Constipation invltoa other troubles
which come speedily unless quickly
cheeked and overcome by Green’s
August Flower which Is a gentle luxa-
tlve, regulates digestion both In
stomach and Intestines, cleans and
sweetens the Btomnch nnd alimentary
canal, stimulates the liver to secret,
the bite nnd Impurltlcc from the blood.
It Is n sovereign remedy used In many
thousands of households all over th.
civilized world for more than half a
century by those who have suffered
with Indigestion, nervous dyspepsia,
sluggish lives, coming up of food, pal-
pita Hon, constipation and other In-
testinal troubles. Sold by druggists
and dealers everywhere. Try a bottle,
take no substitute.—Adv.
, 'Tiling* you worry about nnvor hnp-
pon." "Then It must puy to worry—
a cheap way of stnvlng off trouble."
Th* powerful, heal
Horn • reel
Oaustd by .
-la fact about
le** from Indie*
Million* of p*opit—In fnet about • out —
10—euffer innr* or from Indlgoetle^
aout* or chronlo. Nearly #v*ry one* M
ouinl by Acid-Stomach. .
Th*r* ar* other atomoeh dloorduoe whlet*
*1*0 *ra »ur* *l«n» of Acid-stomach-—beloh-
tnr heartburn, bloat aftor eating, food ro-
peal Ins, *our, gaeey atomaoh, Thor
many ailment* which, while thuy 6
cause much dletreaa In the atomaeh
nre, nevertheleaa, traceable to all
•tomach. Among iboao^af^^norvou
bllloueneae, cirrhosis of
flem,' impovgriehed blood, weakneaq *ny«<
nla, melancholia and a long train et StoP*
leal and mantel. mtaorloe that ^JM*S US
In mlaeruble health y<
to do la t<
Tha right thing
ailments "at their eouro*—gat
stomach, A wonderful modern remedy, ca
nlna year* and hav* epent quit* a aum Mf
medicine, but without relief. After
BATON 1C for
In my bowela <H**|>p*er*d.
*f$our arugg w no* «a
OOo boa from him today,
your monty It you ur* not sal
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W. N. U, Ohlshsm* CHy. Ni* 4-lflB*
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