The May Bugle. (May, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 19, 1914 Page: 3 of 8
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Peruna Did Wonders
na has done
my boy. I can*
not praise It
“I think It Is
the best medi-
cine on earth. Let me tell you why I
“My son has been afflicted with ca-
tarrh since he was a baby five months
old, so that for years I had to watch
him all night long, and keep his
mouth open so he could breathe, as
he could not breathe through his nose.
“He has always been very delicate.
“Since he commenced taking the
Peruna I can go to bed and sleep all
Since the War Broke Out.
“What’s become of the great basso,
"He's honking for an auto livery."
An effort is being made in Germany
to unify the 40 systems of stenography
now used in that country.
KITTY AND KITTEN
Earthly angels are all right, but
there isn't much excitement in being
married to one.
yOVR OWN OKI (JOIST Wil l, TELL YOU
Try Murine Kye Keniedv fur Red. Weak. Winery
Myes and Granulated Kyelldt; No Smarting—
lust Bye Comfort. Write for Book of the liye
by mail Free. Murine Kye Kernedy Co.. Chicago.
Some people are as quick as powder
and others are as slow as cold mo-
Occasionally we meet a man who
epeaks his wife's mind when he talks.
Arm yourself with a dark lantern
when looking for honor among thieves.
A Home-Made Poison
Uric acid, unknown in tbe days of a simple,
natural, out-of-door life, is a modern poison
created Inside the human body by a combination
of orieat-eating overwork, worry, and lack, of rest.
Backache or irregular urination is the Urst pro-
test of weak kidneys. When the kidneys full be-
hind in Altering out the excess uric ucid, there is
danger of gravel, dropsy or Bright's disease.
Ikian's Kidney Pills strengthen weak kidneys,
but if the diet is reduced, excesses stopped, and
fresh air. exercise and sleep increased, the med-
icine acts more quickly. Doans Kidney Pills
hav« a world-wide reputation as a reliable
An Oklahoma Cass
Telia a Story" A
John Green, Sev-
enth St. and Santa
Fe Ave., Woodward.
Okla., says: “For ten
or fifteen years I
had spells of back-
ache and didn’t seem
able-to find anything
that would help me.
ijSif There was weakness
'ijfr7 and lameness across
f my loins and If I did
any stooping or over-
taxed my kidneys
the pain got worse.
Another bad symp-
tom of the trouble
was too frequent de-
sire to pass the kidney secretions. On
a friend's advice I used Doan's Kidney
Pills and three boxes cured me. The
cure has lasted."
Get Doan’s at Any Store, 50e a Box
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Make the Liver
Do its Duty
Nine times in ten when the liver Is
right the stomach and bowels are right.
fently but firmly com:
.>el a lazy livei
do its duty.
and Distress After Eating.
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Genuine must bear Signature
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fora well located Kansas farm: prefer alfalfa land.
If you are coming to Wichita to live, here s your
Chance to get a splendid homeon a trade. Please write
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Full line Accessories, Odd Radiators,
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We buy or sell
At all points
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TOP THE MARKET
GET THE BIG PRICES BY FEEDING
OTTO WEISS SWEET FEEDS
Number One: Alfalfa and Cane Mo-
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Number Four: Alfalfa. Molasses and
Grain, a balanced ration.
Special: Put up to your own order with-
out Alfalfa and as much Cotton Seed
Meal aa you desire. Price accordingly.
Pay for what yon get and get what you
pay for. Write us for carload prices
THE OTTO WFISS ALFALFA
STUCK FOOD CO.. Wtehiut. Kan
By CLARISSA MACKIE.
Carroll left the ballroom rather hur-
riedly and sought Beclusion on the
sandy beach at
the end of tho
came Capt. Ar-
thur Dacey of the
army, whom ho
had left dancing
with one of the
Carroll could not
that question and
therein was the
cause of his predicament.
Dacey sat down on the sand beside
his friend and lighted a cigarette.
"Thought you were dancing," re-
"Was—but to tell the truth, Rod,
I’m In a mess!” declared Dacey.
"Sorry for you if you've more trou-
ble than 1 have!”
“Listen to this, Rod," confided tho
captain, turning a troubled face to the
other. "I’m engaged to one of the
Atwood twins—and I don’t know
which one it is! Can you beat that?”
“I’m engaged to one myself—and I
don't know which it is, either!’
“Good heavens, Rod, you’re joking!’’
cried the captain.
Roderick Carroll turned a harassed
face to Dacey’s. "Do I look like a
man making a silly joke?” he de-
manded. “It isn’t likely we’re both
engaged to the same one!"
"Sometimes they can't tell them-
selves apart!” muttered the captain
grimly, "They’re playing a joke on us,
Rod, and just at this time I’m not in-
clined to stand for it.”
After outlining a scheme, Dacey re-
turned to the ballroom.
"I have sad news to impart, Kitty,”
j he said, addressing them collectively.
| “Will you come to the conservatory
j for a moment.”
The news must be broken roughly,
| he decided, so when the three were
I standing there beside the fountain he
looked at their anxious, lovely faces
I with some qualms of conscience at the
lie on his lips.
“You will be shocked to learn that
j Carroll’s body has been found on tho
beach!" he said bluntly.
There was a simultaneous cry from
j the twins.
"Oh, Kit!” cried one.
“Darling Kit!” cried the other.
Which twin said certain words Cap-
tain Dacey never knew. Immediately
one girl vanished through the outer
door and the other sw'ooned quietly
away in his arms.
“I am a brute!” accused the cap-
tain fiercely as he dipped his hand-
kerchief in the fountain and bathed
the temples of the girl in his arms.
So Captain Dacey touched the tiny
mole under the long lashes—and it
This was his own girl. Carroll’s
girl had naturally gone out to the
beach, where he was.
At that moment Carroll was having
an adventure of his own.
A light figure had come flying down
the boardwalk toward him, leaning
against the rocks, had cried affrighted
ly when she saw who it was.
“It’s only a joke, Kitten," he pro-
“It’s a very silly Joke,” she retorted,
drawing back from his arms. "Kitten
fainted away when she heard the news
—and I came to see if it really was
true! I suspect that Captain Dacey is
comforting Kitten this very moment,
believing it is I.”
“That’s too bad," said Rod, quietly.
“Dacey is merely wasting precious
time over Kitten; his leave is nearly
over and he will go back to his post.
Of course, if the girl’s he's engaged to
doesn't bind his chains closer while
she has an opportunity, he might—
well, some of those army post girls
are mighty pretty. And just at this
moment, Kitten is some fascinating
"The very ideal” cried Miss Atwood,
incredulously. But Carroll smiled
when she turned and fled back to the
“They must effect the cure them-
selves,” he muttered, as he followed
her at a safe distance.
That night when the Atwood twins
faced each other in the room they
shared together there was rather a
scared look in Kitten’s lovely eyes.
Kitty's eyes wore a hurt expression.
“Kitten Atwood!” said her twin sis-
ter coldly, “you permitted Captain
Dacey to kiss you—I saw you!”
“I hated it,” shuddered Kitten
haughtily. “But when I fainted, he
dabbed water on my face and my
mole vanished—he wouldn't believe
that it was not you!"
“I shall take care that there Is no
mistake in the future.” said Kitty,
gravely. “The silly reason is over—
and we are not really shallow at heart
dear; so we must not play with love
any more—something has told me to
night that it is a very precious thing.’
“Then." said Kitten, humbly, “you
better wash that horrid mole from un
der your eye. dearie, and we will g*.
and make peace with them tomorrow.'
But when peace had been made anc
Carroll and Dacey surveyed the flaw [
less faces of their respective fiancee
there was one bewildering moment o
doubt. Then the eyes of the girl
spoke, each to her lover, and afte
'hat they could never be mistake;
Copyright 1914. by the McClure. News pa
oer Syndicate i
Enhanced By Perfect Physi-
The experience of Motherhood is a try-
ing one to most women and marks dis-
tinctly an epoch in their lives. Not one
woman in a hundred is prepared or un-
derstands how to properly care for her-
self. Of course nearly every woman
nowadays has medical treatment at such
times, but many approach the experi-
ence with an organism unfitted for the
trial of strength, and when it is over
her system has received a shock from
which it is hard to recover. Following
right upon this comes the nervous strain
of caring for the child, and a distinct
change in the mother results.
There is nothing more charming than
a happy and healthy mother of children,
and indeed child-birth under the right
conditions need be no hazard to health or
beauty. The unexplainable thing is
that, with all the evidence,of shattered
nerves and broken health resulting from
an unprepared condition, and with am-
ple time in which to prepare, women
will persist in going blindly to the trial.
Every woman at this time should rely
upon Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable
Compound, a most valuable tonic and
invigorator of the female organism.
In many homes
once childless there
are now children be-
cause of the fact
that Lydia E. Pink-
women norm al,
healthy and strong.
f GETTING DOWN TO THE FACTS
Relic Which Mr. Bradley Valued So
Highly Was Not Altogether
Said Mr. Bradley: “I think a good
deal of this rocking chair. It’s made
from wood that grew on a farm in
Virginia once owned by W. Wash-
"I don't sec anything extraordinary
about it,” said Parks, "except that it’s
big and ugly. How much did it cost
“Nothing. That's the beauty of it.
A friend of mine in Washington sent
it to me. There’s nothing like hav-
ing good friends.”
“No, I suppose not. How did he
"By express. Quite a relic, isn't
it? Wood grew on one of G. Wash—”
“You paid the express charges, 1
"Of course. Wood grew on a farm
that once belonged to George—”
"How much was the—”
“Farm that once belonged to
George Washington in Virginia. It
isn't every day you can—”
"How much expressage did you—”
“Isn’t every day you can see a
rocking chair made out of wood grown
on a farm that once belonged to
"What express charge did you have
“Eight dollars and seventy-five
cents," said Bradley, with visible re-
If you want special advice write to
Lydia E. Pinkliaiii Medicine Co. (confi-
dential) Lynn, Mass. Your letter will
be opened, read and answered by a
Woman and held iu strict confidence*
A GOOD COMPLEXION
GUARANTEED. USE ZONA POMADE
the beauty powder compressed with healing
agents, you will never be annoyed by pim-
ples, blackheads or facial blemishes. If
not satisfied after thirty days' trial your
dealer will exchange for 50c in other goods.
Zona has satisfied for twenty years—try it
at our risk. At dealers or mailed, 50c.
ZONA COMPANY, WICHITA, KANSAS
HAVE YOU ANY?
118 W. SOUTH WATER STR.. CHICAGO
Mrs. Green—Do you ever (latter
Mrs. Wyse—Yes, I sometimes ask
his advice about things.—Boston Tran-
ITCHING BURNING ECZEMA
R. F. D. No. 3, Caldwell, Ohio.—
“When our baby was about two
months old she broke out over her
body, face and head with eczema. It
was bad, about as thick as It could be.
It broke out in a kind of pimples. They
were red and sore. She was very
cross and restless. The eczema would
itch and burn till she couldn’t sleep.
It looked very badly and would peel
off where the places were. Her clothes
would irritate the eruption.
"We gave her medicine, but it didn’t
do any good. We had heard about
Cuticura Soap and Ointment so we
sent for a sample and It was not very
long till she was better. I bought
some more Cuticura Soap and Oint-
ment which cured her completely.”
(Signed) Ii. E. Smith, Mar. 21, 1914.
Cuticura Soap and Ointment sold
throughout the world. Sample of each
free,with 32-p. Skin Book. Address post-
card "Cuticura, Dept. L, Boston.”—Adv.
Reginald loved his wife tenderly and
devotedly, but he had to acknowledge
in the Inmost recesses of his heart
that the hand that wielded the powder
puff lost its art in the pudding basin.
“What pudding would you like to-
night, love?” she cooed at breakfast
“Oh, anything!” he whispered des-
"Anything?” she reiterated, In a
“Well, you know, old girl; anything
light—only don't tire yourself out.”
“You shall have your favorite—cus-
tard, dear,” she promised.
Toward seven o'clock Reginald re-
turned, but the sound of weeping and
gnashing of teeth greeted his trained
“Whatever is It, my dear girl?" he
implored, as he rushed into the kitch-
"O-o-o-oh!” she sniveled on his
waistcoast. “I’ve been making you
custards all the afternoon, and—”
"And what, pet?”
“They all t-t-turned out sponge
cake!”—St. Louis Post Dispatch.
Whom Dodge Hath Joined Together. I
A contributor sends In this clip-
ping from tho Kohala Midget, a paper
published in tho island of Maul, one
of the Hawaiian group. He explains
that “wahine” is Hawaiian for woman, I
"kano” for man, and "pau’’ for
Rev. R. B. Dodge of Wailuku is the
most resourceful man of Maui. Re-
cently a Japanese collide came to Mr.
Dodge with a request iu the sign lan-
guage that he make them man and
wife. They couldn't talk English flu-
ently and Mr. Dodge cannot talk Jap-
anese, so lie conducted the ceremony
"You like wahine?"
"Bimeby no kickout?”
"You like this kane?” to the woman.
“Bimeby no kickout?”
Stockbrokers are having thoir old
shoes half soled. That’s a sign oth-
ers will have a chance to wear new
IS NOW. Don't
neglect or postpone
helping your stom-
ach, liver and
bowels when there
is any indication of
weakness. To do
so only invites sick-
today and let it help
you back to daily
health and strength
' ML-.. Wrj# ■
Greek Meets Greel^.
The two oldest inhabitants were
very ignorant, neither of them being
able even to tell the time of day. A
friend of Uncle Ben’s gave him a
watch, of which he was very proud.
One day, before the crowd at the cor-
ner store, old Pete, being slightly
jealous of such wealth and wishing
to embarrass ills rival, said: "Say,
Ben, what time have you got?”
The other old fellow drew out his
watch and turned its face toward his
inquisitor. “There she be!” he ex-
Pete was almost at a loss, but he
made a magnificent effort and retort-
ed: “Blame if she - ain’t!”—Every-
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ness and LOSS OF SLEEP
Facsimile Signature of
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At6 months old V.
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The Kind You Have
Exact Copy of Wiepper.
Difference in War Declarations.
There was a great difference in the
manner of commencing a war cen-
turies ago to what there is now. Now
the blow is frequently struck before
the word, and there is no obligation to
issue a formal declaration at all. the
act of war constituting the declaration
But in medieval times no war ever be-
gan without a formal declaration by a
herald, who, in a most leisurely man-
ner, breathed defiance on the part of
his royal master, exchanged innumer-
able bows with his enemies, and de-
parted in as dignified a manner as he
Mr. F. C. Case of Welcome Lake,
Pa., writes: "I suffered with Back-
ache and Kidney Trouble. My head
ached, my sleep was broken and un-
refreshing. I felt
heavy and sleepy
after meals, was
and tired, had a
bitter taste in my
mouth, was dizzy,
specks before my
eyes, was alwajs
thirsty, had a
dragging sensation across my loins,
difficulty in collecting my thoughts
and was troubled with short-
ness of breath. Dodds Kidney Pills
have cured me of these complaints.
Dodds Kidney Pills have done their
work and done it well. You are at
liberty to publish this letter for the
benefit of any sufferer who doubts the
merit of Dodds Kidney Pills.
Some warriors, having been at war
quite awhile, were beginning to tire
of the sport.
“There’s glory enough for all!” ex-
claimed the more impulsive among
But others were more cautious
‘Let’s keep on killing and desolating
awhile longer and make sure!” urged
It was the counsel of prudence
which prevailed, the world being noti-
fied that the conditions were not, as
yet, quite ripe for peace.
▼Ml OBNTAUR COMPANY, N«W YORK OITY.
About the only difference in babies
is the difference in their mothers’ per*
Stork’s Good Memory.
While visiting the Berlin zoological
gardens, says Lustigo Blatter, little
Gretchen saw a great white bird
standing on one leg in a cage. She
threw in a piece of candy; the bird
gobbled it up eagerly, and thrust its
head through the wire for more.
Presently Gretchen’s mother came
along. "O mother, see here! What
kind of a bird is this?”
The mother pointed to the sign on
the cage, which read, "The Stork."
“The stork!” cried the little girl
enthusiastically. “O mamma, do you
know, he actually recognized me?”
Most of us need the money because
that is what money is for.
Or His Heirs.
Alice—What is your favorite air?
Betty — The millionaire. — Boston
Dodds Kidney Pills, 50c. per box at I Transcript,
your dealer or Dodds Medicine Co.,
Buffalo, N. Y. Write for Household |
Hints, Dainty Recipes; also music of
For Galls, Wire
Thrush, Old Sores,
Nail Wounds, Foot Rot
Fistula, Bleeding, Etc. Etc
Made Since 1846.
Price 25c, 50c and $1.00
AH Dealers 8-c.HMfaSiiS.c*
* W WI w SYRACUSE.N. Y.
, National Anthem.
All 3 sent free.
Money for Christmas.
Selling guaranteed wear-proof hosi-
ery to friends & neighbors. Big Xmas
business. Wear-Proof Mills, 3200
Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.—Adv.
Ratio in Congress.
The ratio of representation in the
lower house of congress at Washing-
ton has steadily changed since the
17S9, when the Constitution began its
work the ratio was 30,000 to the rep-
resentative. In 1910 the ratio was 210,-
The average woman may not be j 000 to the representative. If the- ratio
much at mathematics, but she does a j did not rise the members of the lower
lot of figuring in trying to perfect her j house would in time become too nu-
figure' J merous for business. It is for the pur-
' pose of keeping the membership wlth-
Some people don’t believe in putting | in reasonable bounds that the ratio is
off till tomorrow the trouble they can made to keep pace with population,
make today. j __
One company alone
lore than 400 automatli
ers on locomotives in this country.
. —----has Installed
Any man can borrow trouble with- i more than 400 automatic railroad stokr
out bank references or security.
To the Woman Who
Realizes She Needs Help
You are nervous. You have “crying spells." You are
dejected. You don’t sleep well. You have backache. You
have lost ambition for your work. You are beginning to
feel old and look old.
These symptoms, more than likely, are produced by some weakness,
derangement or irregularity peculiar to the feminine organism.
Dr. Pierce’s Favorite Prescription
(In Tablet or Liquid Form)
will aid you In regaining youthful health and strength—Just as It has been
doing for over forty years for women who have been tn the same condiUon of
health you now find yourselL It soothes and invigorates. It upbuilds and uplifts.
Your medicine dealer will supply you In tablet or liquid form, or send 50
one-cent stamps for trial box. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
Dr. Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets regulate Stomach. Lber aid Bowels. Easy to take.
Death Lurks In A Weak Heart
If Your. !• fluttering or WMk* u.. RENOVINR." Mad* by V.n
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