The Buffalo Bugle. (Buffalo, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 16, 1912 Page: 3 of 8
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NOT A DISEASE
THE FI8HT IS FIERCE
TORRENTS OF WATER RUSH
THROUGH STREETS OF NEW
But a Symptom, a Danger Sig-
nal Which Every Woman _
Should Heed. . j |jj |||y J})[
Backache is a symptom of organic
Weakness op derangement If you have
backache don’t neglect it To get per-
manent relief you must reach the root
of the trouble. Read about Mrs. Wood-
Morton’s Gap,Kentucky.-“I suffered
two years with female disorders, my
health was very bad
and I had a continual
backache which was
simply awful. I could
not stand on my feet
long enough to cook
a meal’s victuals
without my back
nearly killing me,
and I would have
such dragging sensa-
tions I could hardly
---— bear it I had core-
ness in each side, could not stand tight
clothing, and was irregular. I was com-
pletely run down. Gn advice I took
Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Com-
pound and am enjoying good health. It
Is now more than two years and I have
not had an ache or pain since. I do all
my own work, washing and everything,
and never have backache any more. I
think your medicine is grand and I praise
it to all my neighbors. If you think my
testimony will help others you may pub-
lish it”—Mrs. Ollie Woodall, Mor-
ton’s Gap, Kentucky.
If you have the slightest doubt
that Lydia E. Pinlcliam’s Vegeta-
ble Compound will help you, write
to Lydia E.Pinkhain Medicine Co.
(confidential) Lynn, Mass., for ad-
vice. Your letter w ill he opened,
read and answered by a woman,
and held in strict confidence.
Thousands Labor Dry and Night Try.
ing to Save the Levees—Every Avail-
able Person at Work—Army Rescue
Corps Helping the Work Along.
Ko Mora Fesr of Punctures.
Peck's Ku-Rubher, a compound to preserve
robber tire* etui heel ell porous or punctured
hotel In auto, tnoloroyle or htcvle tine, ha*
been used In Wioblta, Kaunas, for H years.
Hundred* of recommendation* from u.rrn
What Wichita People Say About It.
Wichita Auto. Co.,rays: "We believe It make*
the life of a tire longer anil stop* the hole*."
Plreatoue Tire Co., represented by Auto and
Tire Supply Co., say*: "It atopa as lilph ea
one thousand porous holes lu a lire ”
Hockaduy Auto Supply Co., says "It will do
much more tliau you claim for It."
Stafford Gun and Bicycle Shop, enye: "It
does the work, ami preserve* the life of the
tire. Used It In my own tire three year*. Tire
good as new.”
Grant Friend states he treated five thousand
bicycle tires In bve years and Is still treat-
F. 11. White made five hundred eight-pennv
nail holes In one the without deflating it and
New O.leans, May 11.—At 11:30 to-
night the river at the foot of Esplan-
ade street had risen about 7 inches
I and water was flowing into the street
J in a thin stream over the sand bags
j about the southern Paacific feijry
I house. Both' men and material were on
| hand and began work immediately to
i stop the overflow.
Baton Rouge, La., May 11.—High
winds and a heavy rain washed the
Mississippi flood water over a stretch
j of levee here today about as long as
| two city blocks. All earth and sacks
I piled against the levee has been wash-
j ed away.
Is still using the tire.
Wichita Garage says: "Nu-Ruhber success-
ful beyotid expectations.”
Fred Young, wholesale hat man, save “Nil-
Rubber great success. New tires slionld be
treated to get the longer life out of them.”
Dr. Kirkwood says: “Used It In my Auto
tires two years. Still using it in same tires and
Orn McKinney says: "Used In tires of Electric
two years. Tires still stand up. Great benetlt."
Resident agents wanted In every county and
city in the United States. A money-maker and
satisfaction given to the users. Write at
once for particulars to Chas. Pavne, General
Agent, Box bill, Wichita. Kans.
UP TO HIM.
Children Cry for Fletcher's
A fellow can make a hit with a girl
by telling how much he misses her.
; New Orleans, May 11.—Probably the
] heaviest rain in months fell here to-
j night, accompanied by hail and high
j wind. At nine o'clock the streets in
j the business district were flooded with
i rain water.
At one period during tonight’s dewn-
| pour one-half inch of rain fell in Ne.w
Orleans within five minutes, accord-
j ing to the weather bureau records. The
j rain was accompanied by hail and the
wind reached a maximum velocity of
approximately 30 miles an hour.
Every street in the business section
j of the city was flooded and water ran
I in torrents into stores on Cana], Camp
| and Poydras streets.
Dyspeptics, despair not I While there’s
Garlield Tea, there’s hope.
"Do you believe she will love me
"Well, I know she won’t love you
"Blingiey, why does Oldboy refuse
to speak to you? You used to be great
"Yes, when we were bachelors; but
he’s married now.”
"And what difference does that
“Well, the fact Is, I made him a
handsome wedding present of a book,
and he hasn’t spoken to me since.”
“What was the book?’’
Hubby—I’ve waited an hour for you
to get your hat on straight.
Wifey—Well, I’ve waited longer
than that for you to get your feet on
New Orleans, May 11—Heavy rains
j and high winds today have played
j havoc over a large area of the flood
district and tonight many places that
had been considered practically safe
are facing threatened levee breaks and
inundation. The rains and winds are
general over a section extending about
100 miles up the river. At Baton
Rouge and New Roads the situation is
Lashed by a forty mile gale, water
at Baton Rouge, already within a tew
inches of the top of the levee, is to-
night being blown over the embank-
ments into the town. A large force
of men is working trying to protect
It is estimated at New Roads that
four inches of rain fell there today.
Grave fears are felt for the inhabit-
ants of that section who were ordered
to places of safety yesterday, even af-
ter four days of imprpoved conditions.
That town had been a concentration
point for refugees for the territory
farther north, hut yesterday the over-
flow from the Torras break became so
threatening that United States en-
gineers ordered every one out.
Numbers of flood fighters on the
levee had been reduced in the last
few days because the sunshine was aid-
ing greatly in relieving the situation,
but tonight every available man was
rushed to the levees. Materia] to top
the embankments also was sent out as
rapidly as possible.
Captain Logan of the United States
army rescue corps, has collected a
fleet of small boats at Baton Rouge.
The United States revenue cutters
Windom and Winona, due at New Or-
leans Saturday morning, have been or-
dered here because of the critical sit-
uation at New Roads. A number of
vessels have teen sent there to as-
sist in getting the peopel cf that dis-
trict cut of danger.
Mr. Shyboy—Have you—have you
ever been kissed?
Miss Wise—Gracious! Do I look as
homely as that?
DOES YOUR BACK ACHE?
Aches and Twinges Point to Hidden
Have you a lame back, aching day
and night? Do you feel a sharp pain
after bending over? When the kidneys
seem sore and the action irregular,
use Doan's Kidney
Pills, which have
L. Bonney, Eu-
gene, Ore., says:
"I contracted se-
vere kidney trou-
ble through heavy
lifting. There was
a dull ache across
my hips and pains
shot through me.
Pills cured after
doctors had failed
and my back is
stronger than before in years.”
“When your Back is Lame, Remem-
ber the Name—DOAN’S.”50c all stores.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Didn’t Fully Understand.
A New York judge went over to
Ireland recently and met the brother
of “Tom” Costigan, a well known dis-
trict leader in one wing of the Democ-
racy. The judge told “Tom’s” broth-
er in Ireland all about what a great
man “Tom” had become, about his
popularity and influence, devotion to
politics. The brother, instead of shar-
ing the judge’s enthusiasm, looked
anxious. “Before you go,” said “Tom’s”
brother, "please satisfy me on one
point. Isn’t all this attention to
politics interfering with my brother’s j
■ALCOHOL 1 PER CENT. .
A wgelabte Reparation forAs-l
simtlaiing the Foorfand Rivals ]
ting tiie Stomachs andUovvdsqf
ness and Rest.Contalns neitlvr
OpiunuMorphuie nor Mineral.
AperFecl Remedy forCunsfipa-
tlon, Sour Stomadi.Dlarrhueaj
ness and Loss OF SLEEP.
Facsimile Signature of
Tlio Kind You llavo Always Bought* and which has been
in use lor over 30 years, lias borne the signature of
and has been made under his per-
sonal supervision since its infancy*
Allow no one to deceive you in this*
All Counterfeits, Imitations and “ Just-as-good’* are butt
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment,
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare-
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colie. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipatiou
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea—The Mother’s Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
> Bears the Signature of
At6 months old 4
Guaranteed under the Goods
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
The Kind Yon Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years
THI CENTAUR COM—ANV, NEW YORK CITY,
Tired of It.
The four-year-old had taken Ills re-
proof In a gratifying spirit, had ad-
mitted his fault, and sued sweetly for
pardon. Encouraged by his receptive
attitude, his mother ventured to add
a few general ethical truths; but with
the first hint of transition from the
concrete to the abstract a mild re-
sentment dawned in his eye.
"Mother,” he demanded, respectful-
ly but firmly, "when is this con-
versation going to stop!”—Harper’s
besntlflss th* U|
| Proiuotn • laxuri.nl
Never Falls to BeatortTohM
Hair to it* Youthful Ootah
Prevents hair fall ing.
Before retiring, a cup of Garfield Teal
For good digestion and continued good
THE NEW FRENCH REMEDY.fto.1.No.S.K»«.
BHKAT SUCCESS, CItHKH KIDNEY, HLuDDBK D1SRAHH
PILES, CHRONIC ULCERS, SKIN ERUPTIONS—IITHKB
Semi ..IdreM envelope f„r Kit ICE booklet lo DR. I.K C
MED. CO.. UAVKKSTOCK HD.. HAMPSTEAD.LONDON.
SIM16HI&CI6AR always reliable
FOR SALE-100 A. IN DOUGLAS CO., MO.J V0
n. cult.; 6 r. h.; tenant h., large fruit orclMMNL
stink; nr. Norwood. N. Ilaxton. Norwood,Mo.R t»
W. N. U., WICHITA, NO. 19-191S.
“Has Tom made the last payment
on his automobile yet?”
“Lord, no! It has just commenced
The brilliant wit of the Bar looked
at the moon-faced farm laborer and
winked at his friends and whispered,
"Now we'll have some fun.”
“Have you been married ?” he be-
“Ye-e-es-” stammered the laborer,
"Whom did you marry?”
"A w-w-woman, sir.”
"Come, my good man, of course it
was a woman. Did you ever hear of
any one marrying a man?”
“Ye-e-es, sir; my sister did.”
ERUPTION COVERED BODY
LIGHTNING CAUSES FIRES.
When you don’t have to?
are skillfully and fully cooked
at the factory—ready to serve
direct from package with
cream and sugar if you like.
These thin hits of toasted
com (sold by grocers) are
crisp, delicious, satisfying and
“The Memory Lingers”
PottxT Cereai Cm—xr. Lid.
Farr Food Factories
Betti* Cree*. Uch
$100,000 Warehouse Burned in Des
j Des Moines, la., May 11.—Des Moines
was visted by a severe rain and elec-
j trical storm tonight, which caused
j damage running well into the thou-
j pands. Lightning struck the five story
t warehouse of the Davidson Furniture
j company and the flames are beyond
control. Hundreds of basements in the
downtown districts were flooded dur-
I ing the downpour.
; The loss to the warehouse of the
Davidson Brothers Furniture company,
j which was almost completely destroy-
I ed. was estimated at $100,000.
Several small buildings in the:
suburbs were struck by lightning, only
1 small damages resulting, however.
Guests hurried from cafes and ho-
j tel lobbies as the water poured in from j
l the streets. Two and twelve hun-
| dredths inches of rain fell in 45 min-
1 utes The rain was general through-
out central Iowa
BAD STORM AT PARSONS.
Hcutes Ur-eofed and Wire* Down—
One Man Reported Killed.
Parsons, Kan.. May 11.—A hard rain
storm, accompanied by a high wind
did damage estimated at more than >
$50,000 here late this afternoon.
Houses were unroofed, plate glass win-
dows blown in and telephone and tele-
graph wires blown down. Meacer re- j
ports have been received here of heavy
rain at Great Fend and of a near .
cloudburst in Ness county. One man
Is reported to have been killed by the
•form south of Parsons
“Three years ago this winter I had
a breaking out that covered my whole
body. It itched so it seemed as if I
should go crazy. It first came out in
little pimples on my back and spread
till it covered my whole body and
limbs down, to my knees, also my arms
down to my elbows. Where I
scratched It made sores, and the ter-
rible itching and burning kept me
I from sleeping. I tried several reme
dies all to no purpose. Then I con-
; eluded to try the Cuticura Remedies. I
used the Cuticura Soap and Cuticura
Ointment, also the Resolvent, for
about four months, and they com-
pletely cured me of eczema. I have
had no return of the disease since. I
never had a good night’s rest after the
skin eruption first broke out till 1 com-
menced using the Cuticura Soap and
Ointment. I had only used them a
few days before I could see they were
beginning to heal, and the terrible
itching was gone.
’ Those that lived in the house at
the time know how I suffered, and
how the Cuticura Soap and Ointment
cured me. I never take a bath with-
out using the Cuticura Soap, and I
do not believe there are better rem-
edies for any skin disease than the
Cuticura Soap and Ointment.” (Signed)
Miss Sarah Calkins. Waukegan. III.,
Mar. 16. 1911. Although Cuticura
Soap and Ointment are sold by drug-
gists and dealers everywhere, a sam-
ple of each, with 32-page book, will be
mailed free on application to "Cuti-
cura," Dept. L. Boston.
As a stimulant an ounce of censure
Is erten worth a pound of praise.
A Quarter Century
Before the public. Over Five Million Free
Samples given away each year. The con-
stant and increasing sales from sample*
proves the genuine merit of Aden's Foot*
Ease, the antiseptic powder to be shaken
into the shoes for Tired, Aching, Swollen
Tender feet. Sample free. Address, Alien
S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y.
Don't kick till you know Just where
the shoe pinches.
FOR THE WOMAN WHO THINKS AND FEELS.
Some women complain that they periodically suffer from dull and heavy feaW
ln£s, or dizziness in the head, nervousness, pain and bearing-down feelings whiok
should not occur to the normal healthy woman. But most every woman ia snbjssff
to these pains at some time in her life, due to abnormal condition! in life, nek
as corsets, over-taxed strength, bad air, poor or improper food, wet feet, aluggUl
liver, eto. A regulator and female tonio made from native medioinal roots with
pure glycerin, and without the use of alcohol, called
DU* PIERCE'S FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION*
ha» proven its value in thousands of cases, like the following: j
' ~ ... ,^RS- P°.NA M-Maktiw. of Auburn. Nebr., Roots L Bo* 81 am
I thought I would write you In regard to what your medicines b£H
done lor me. I have used them for thirty yean for female trouble
and general weakness with the very beet result, and they have ami
me hundreds of dollars in doctors’ bills. I buy the ‘ Favorite Preterite
tion and Gelden Medical Discovery1 and take them together. I nevsa
was disappointed in your remedies and take pleasure in recommend an
them to any suffering lady. I am now almost fifty years old; at feral
five I took your meditfines. both kinds, and I passed that period Wf
easily and left me fat and healthy. 1 feel like a young girL
If any lady cares to write me, 1 will gladly tell her more al^ta
the good work of your medicines.”
Dn. Piercb’s Grkat Family Doctoi Book, The Peopled
Common Sense Medical Adviser, newly revised up-to-date
edition—of 1008 pages, answers host* of delicate question
which every woman, single or married, ought to know,
Sent free in cloth binding to any address on receipt of SI
oce-cent stamps, to cover cost of wrapping and mailing only.
To show how unconsciously a man’s
business may be in his mind at ail
times, I took a financial operator to a
fancier's to select a dog. and what
kind of a dog do you think he asked
for a once?”
"A water dog. Said he had heard
it was a good stock proposition.”
To remove nicotine from the teeth,
disinfect the mouth and purify the
breath after smoking, Paxtine is a
boon to all. At druggists. 25c a box
or sent postpaid on receipt of price by
The Paxton Toilet Co., Boston, Mass.
The energy some men waste In
making tools of themselves would
make a fortune in any other line of
W. L. DOUGLAS
| W. L. Douglas makes and sells I
I* I more $4.00 shoe* than any other I
” ■ ■ 'P n | manufacturer in the world. I
*2.50 *3.00*3.50*4.00 *4.508*5.00
FOR MEN, WOMEN AND BOY8
W. L. Douglas 184.00. $4.50 & $5.00 shoes equal Custom
Bench Work costing $0.00 to $8.00
One pair of W. t. Douglas S3. OO or S3. SO Boys’sAsm will
positively outwear two pair* of ether makes.
Why does W. L. Douglas make and sell more fine shoes
than any other manufacturer in the world ? BECAUSE: he
stamps his name and prioe on the bottom and guarantees the
value, which protects the wearer against high price* and in-
ferior shoe* of other make*. BECAUSE i they are the most
economical and satisfactory; you can save money by wearing
W.L. Douglas shoes. BECAUSE: they have no equal for style*
fit and wear. DON’T TAKE A SUBSTITUTE FOR W. L. I_________,T_______
cw'D“r ^alcr c,"not •“PP’f W- L. Douglu shoes, write W. L. Doa*lss, Brockton. Mue, far cattles.
Shoes teat everywhere delivery chxrges prepaid. fast Color ITyvIrt. T-,d
Kill the Flie* Now and Prevent
dlfCHse. A DAISY FLV KILLER will do It.
Kills thousands. La-ts all season. 15 cents
each at dealers or six sent prepaid for $1.00.
H. SOMERS, 150 De Kalb A v., Brooklyn, X I.
If woman did not turn man out of
paradise, she has done her best ever
since to make It up to him.—Frederick
Don’t make shipwreck of your health when
e course of tiartieid Tea can cure you of
If monex talks It must be In silvery
tones, for we are told that tllence la
OVER 2 MILLION PACKAGES SOLD WEEKLY
HORSE SALE DISTEMPER
SPOHN 8 la your true protection, your only safeguard tar
(** . yoii, treat all your horses with It. you will soaa
be rid of the disease. It acts as a sure preventive no mtl>
*[• "exposed.” to cents and 11 a battle $1
and $10 dexen bottles, at all good druggists here# roatt
hou»cs. or delivered by th* manufacturers. ****
tPOMk MEDICAL CO, Cheaitts and Bacterieiaenta, COSH EX. ISO. u. LA
Death Lurks In A Weak Heart
to fluttering or week. «re “RCNOVINC.’
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