The Week's Review (Apache, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 21, Ed. 1 Friday, January 16, 1920 Page: 2 of 8
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THE WEEK S REVIEW
A TEXAS FAMILY’S
(UUnM. Tmu -"Aftrr thf flood is
lta> all mjr fsiuih bacantr nut Jowm, dm
to ol brine in tbo water. Ion
DEMOCRATS SEE ALL SORTS
OF ROSY SIGNS OF other Troubles Wlth
VICTORY Fine gesu||j,
PRESIDENT UNO BRYAN SPLIT
of sleep. rto I In*v wi re all frrling Dim
er»bl# and tlir only mrdicinr they took
wraa I)r. I’lrrrr't OolJrn Mi-dusl Din
covrry. Hv the uae of thin they were all
restored to knllk and etrrngtli.
**I always keep the 'Pleasant PtHeU'
in my home, Thry are an eiifllmt r< yu
lator of the atomarh, liver and liowrla.
or for hilioua attarka. I ran aprak in the
highest trrma of all of Dr. I'leri-r'* Modi
lines.”- Mrs. J. W. Moss, :W13 Arc K
Houston, Tex**.—"All ray life ray liver
has given me ronaiilerable trouble. I
have suffered with sick headaches and
have bad yellow blotches appear all over
my body. At one tune I was so bad with
It that I lost all ambition to do my
housework and was really ‘all in' when
'Golden Mrdiral Discovery' was reconi
mended to me by a frond. I took Mi
liottles of it, whuh made me feel like a
iltflerent w oman I consider Dr. I*i< rce's
tlolden Mrdiral Discovery the very beat
liver medicine I have ever known and
have no hesitancy in recommending it to
those afflicted with ehronir liver ail
ineiita” Mia. C. A. Finn, 2314 Wash
Fend ID centa to TV Pierre'* Invalids'
Hotel, ItufT/ilo, N Y„ for trial package
of any of bia medicines.
Over the League of Nation*, Which
Wilton Insiott I* the Paramount
laauo of tha Coming
CONVENTION TO FRISCO.
national convention of 1920 will
bo hold In San Francioco. Tho
convontlon will opon at 12
o'clock noon, Juno 28.
In selecting Son Francieco aa
tho city te entertain tho neat
democratic national conven ion,
the national committee oet a
now political precedent at it
will be the first national conven-
t on of either party hold woa*. of
the Rocky mountain*.
COLD OR COUGH?
Why* when Dr. King’s New
Discovery so promptly
TT'S Dnturnl you don’t wnnt to be
careless and let thnt old cold or
cough drag on or that new attack
develop seriously. Not when you can
get such a proved auc'ceanful remedy
us Dr. King'd New Discovery.
Cold, rough, grippe, croup docs not
resist tills standard reliever very long.
Its quality Is aa high today as It nl-
ways has been and It's been growing
steadily In popularity for more than
fifty years. 00c. and $1.20 a bottle
at all druggists. Give It a trial.
Tardy Bowels, Inert Liver
They Just won't let you put “pep”
Into your work or play. Sick hoad-
nohe comes front retaining waste mut-
ter and Impurities In the body.
Feel right for anything -make the
liver lively, the bowels function regu-
lurly, with Dr. King's New Life Pills.
Smoothly yet positively they produce
results thnt cleanse the system and
make the liver and bowels respond to
the demands of a strong, healthy body.
Ft 111 25c.—at ull druggists. Try them
Constipation Is women’s worst I
enemy. DR.TITTS UYEK PILLS
| regulate and cleanse. The great
remedy for women's special Ills.
The Stingiest Man.
If happened in our office the other
day. It was around the end of the
month and I was preparing the bills.
A client of ours came In, asked to
see my employer, who was busy and
lie lmd to wait. Seeing the bills, he
asked me If his was ready. I told
him It was and went through them
and found his. I gave It to him and
remarked that It would save me the
trouble of mailing It. Then he said
•'I'll take the two cents.”—Exchange.
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every liottle of
CASTOlUA, t hat famous old remedy
for iufauts and children, uud sec that It
In Use for Over SO Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher’s Cantoris
Change In Scandinavian Currency.
At a conference In Christiania di-
rectors of the minis of all three Scan-
dinavian countries considered the
question of replacing sliver with nickel
In the small coins, owing to tho high
price of silver. Before becoming ef-
fective the projwsltlon must he up-
proved by the legislative bodies.
Washington President Wilson In
his message to the Jaekson day diners
here said "the clear and single way”
to determine the will of the American
people on the league was to make It i
an Issue at the next election.
The president's message said noth
Ing whatever shout a third term for
himself snd neither did It say even by
Implication or Intimation that he
would not be s candidate, as had been
Most of the president’s message was
devoted to an expression of his argu-
ment of why he considered It the duty
of the United States to Join In the
league of nations covenant and why
he considered the war not realiy won
I until It did. Another attempt to crush
the new nations of Kurojie would be
made, the president said. If the l otted
States held aloof.
The president again expressed his
i attitude toward reservations, much as
he did at his conference with the sen
ate foreign relations committee.
Bryan Bucks Wilson.
William J Bryan spilt openly with
President Wilson at the dinner on the
question of whether the democratic
party should make the league of na
tlons nn issue at the next election.
The former secretary of state, three
times a candidate for the presidency,
declared the democrats could not go
before the country on the Issue and
I that they must accept such compro
j mines as may be possible.
Standing before the great gathering
of democratic men and women who
will have much to do with the naming
of the standard bearer to succeed
Woodrow Wilson, Senator Owen sum-
marked the achievements of the party
_ j since 1912 In brilliant language and
painted such a roseate picture of the
future of democracy that the Okla-
homa speaker outshone all but two of
the toast list in the applause of the
Jackson day audience.
“We should pass the peace treaty
Immediately,” Senator Owen declared
but he dtd Dot say with or without
reservations. His remarks indicated i
be would accept any reasonable reser-'
vat ions to get the world on its peace- [
The Oklahoma speaker declared for
the repeal of the excess profits tax,
a department of health and a depart-
ment of education in addition to sum
Rocky Mount. Va.—Mias Mae Chit-
wood, of this place, recently stated: "I
have used Black-Draught for colds and
stomach trouble and certainly have
found It very satisfactory.
When I would feel bad and fever-
ish, as though I was taking a fresh
cold, I would make n good cup of
Bluck-Druught ten and it would aoon
art me all right
I ran recommend It as a splendid
laxative and gladly do so. You may
publish my statement.”
When you feel chilly, tired, fever
lah, headachy and fear that you are
taking cold, take a good dose of the
old, reliable, liver medicine you have
heard so much about—Thedford's
Black-Draught. It Is made from
purely vegetable Ingredients, acts in
a gentle, natural way, and by helping
to drive out poisonous waste matter
from your system, It will often, If
taken In time, prevent a chill from de-
veloping Into a cold.
Thousands of people, during the past
70 years, have found Black-Draught of
benefit In such cases.
Try It, the next time you chill or
An Old Tightwad.
I rented of an agent; hud never met
the real owner of the place. The agent
hud promised us u uew furnace.
A little man In overalls came to the
door and said he wanted to ace the
“Now, look here,” 1 said ns I fol-
low *il him downstairs, “when you bid
on this furnace make It a big one. The
owner of this place Is on old tightwad,
but lie's got lots of money, so muke
him come ncross."
"I'm not bidding on any furnace; I’m
the owner of this house," he answered.
CONGHtSS CN THE JOB AGAIN
MANUFACTURE OF PIFFLE
Arrival sf Viewer Berger Expected Te
Be First Waking-up the Ses-
Washington — Congress went te
work Immediately upon reconvening
niter Us fortnight holiday recess.
Without formality, both senate and
house began di.-qmeftion ol bills on
their calendars and within an hour or
to both sides resumed their normal
ap|ie«raa«e of Kant attention during
speech making. Miscellaneous bills
only were conisdered and a lew of the
less Important passed. The senate
started debate on the water power de-
velopment bill, consideration of which
promises to continue Into next week.
There were few developments and
only prefunctory discussion of the
peace treaty In tha wnsts, Senator
King, democrat, Utah, presented form-
ally his set of compromise reserva-
tions and many senators were engaged
tn private conferences on the treaty
situation, but nothing tangible result-
Victor Berger, the Wisconsin social-
ist re-elected after being refused a
seat by the house, did not arrive, but
Immediately upon hts presentation of
reflection credentials, bouse leaders
plan to refuse again to grant him »
seat, ltepiest ntatlve Mann of Illlnoiu,
former republican leader, surprised
house members by announcing he
would support Berger's claim.
Many committees of both senate and
house got Into action and prepared to
grind out the endless procession of
bills and resolutions which are expect-
ed to hold cenKtess here for the next
nine or ten months.
Introduced by “Bayer" to Physicians in 1900
Tow »ut genuine Aspirin—the Neuralgia, Luahogw. lhouaatism.
Aapiria prescribed ay physicians Neuritis and lor Fail gsaarally
for miaow., yoer. Ths samsl mJ (b(|
Bayer mun. tho true, usrld- irl. ^ ^ u#
famous Aapiria, prorod oaf. by B c,*.,-- .
million, of pooplo , safety Bayer wass Oe tbs pack-
. , , lag* sad ua tfle tablets
Each unbrokea package of j
-Bayor TsbUto of Aspirin' <ee *“•
tains prepsr dirsrtioea for Colds, A*te *°*t * tew erota Drug-
liesdociie, Toothocho, Earache, gUta olao a*U larger package*
A tetris it trsdt aarli ef B*/«r Mtaufaslurt Menoaettkaodetief of UhtImmM
SOLD FOR 80 YEARS.
for MALARIA, CHIUS and FEVER.
Mrs. Peck—My Unit husband never
acted like you.
Henry Per k—Well, If you can |*»r-
aumle him to come buck, I'm willing
to exchange places with him.—New
There must he something wrong
With the vision of some people who
do their duty na they see It
THE LATE NEW ARMY BILL
Measures Would Crsate One Army,
Divided Into Thret Branches
“CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP”
IS CHILD’S LAXATIVE
Look at tongue! Remove poisons
from stomach, liver and
“Wlmt do they use Mtts on vessels
for?" "I guess they are to use In tho
teeth of n driving gale."
Even a deaf man seldom overlooks
on Invitation to take something.
IOINF Nltflil end Mornlnd
~ /foe# Strong, Htalthy
/>«•- If they Tire, Itch,
Smart or Burn, if Sore,
Vrviie- CVfC Irritated, Inflamed ot
JUUR LYLJ Granulated, use Murine
often. Soothes, Refreshes. Safe for
Infant or Adult. At all Druggists. Writefor
Free Eye book, fluiat fcjt iuacfrC*_CkLia
marizlng the conventional list of ach
lavements sought by the party for the
Too much evidence as to America’s
part in the war has been submitted,
Attorney General Palmer told the din-
ers for the case to be withdrawn from
the Jury now.
“The great war ta still a living fact,”
he said. "The hope of the world for
peace has been blasted by the jeal-
ousies of men who hold their political
fortunes above the world's need. The
war will not be over in fact, even if In
name, until the Issues which it has
raised are passed upon by the great
court of appeals In America and the
judgment of the people is entered.
In a telegram from Wichita Falls,
Texas, read at the banquet, William
O McAdoo assailed the work of tha
republican congress as a “sorry record
of dismal failure.” and declared the
success of democracy in the presiden-
tial election this year was inevitable
If leadership was wise, vision undis-
torted and sympathy with the masses
"Republican leadership has demon
it rated startling incapacity to deal
with the great problems confronting
America and the world." Mr. McAdoo's
message read. "Nine month of repub-
lican leadership disclose no construct-
ive, humanitarian or statesmanlike
"Peace defeated, war prolonged and
hundreds of thousands of needless
deaths inflicted upon helpless children,
; women and men In Europe—a ghastly
toll to exact for partisan political
William Jennings Bryan was given
credit by Secretary Daniels for laying
l the foundations of the league of na-
tions covenant through the arbitration
! treaties negotiated by the former sen
I rotary of state.
Accept “California" Syrup of Flge
only—look for the name California on
the package, then you are sure your
child Is having the best and most 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 bot-
tle. Give It without fear.
Mother I You must say “California."
You seldom hear a man speak of
the hole In his |iocketl>ook any more.
He refers to It ns the rent.
Bold by All Drwe
"When he had lieen drinking, that
author appeared better able to paint
"Well, now be will have to paint
'em in water colors."
Opening the Floodgates.
"Did Marks take u prominent place
In the late war?"
"Did he? Ask Marks."
An eastern firm is spending $1.0(10
a month in want nds alone to main-
tain an office force of 800.
Washington — Radical changes In
(he present military system will be
niHde by the new army bill, details of
which were announced by Chairman
Wadsworth of the senate military
It would create one army divided In '
to three branches, the standing army,
the national guard, and a citizens' or
reserve army. The tlrst composed of
280,000 men and 18,000 officers would
be used for garrisoning and training
purposes while the national guard
would be available for service within
the states and to reinforce the regular
forces in emergencies. It also would
be use 1 under federal supervision lor
training purpotes under the universal
The citizens, army would be com-
posed originally ol veterans of the
world war vc.1u.pm-i ing to enroll lor
shore periods «i»d later by boys com-
p.eting tho comae of compulsory mili-
tary training, who would be enollol
tor flee years. Members of this re-
serve would not be sub ect to military
service except In an emergency. Com-
pulsory military training would consist
of four months by youths of 19 and
vocation training in appropriate
trades. Veterans of the world war
would be excused from service.
The bill also provides for the or-
ganization of the air service as a sep-
arate combat branch of the army and
for n chief of each combat service in-
cluding infantry and cavalry.
More Sugar Coming.
Washington.—Nearly one million
tons of sugar, harvested in Porto Rico
will be released for American con-
A New York lawyer had a rich
client who was noted for her very
haughty manner. One day while out
in her automobile she ran over a poor
old woman and was arrested.
“Oh, Mr. B—, do you think you
will be nble to get me out of this?”
she said to her lawyer.
"Undoubtedly," he replied, with a
twinkle In his eye. “I’ll prove con-
clusively to the court that you've nev-
er been able to see anyone worth
less than $100,000."
WOMEN NEED SWAMP-ROOT
Thousand* of women have kidney and
bladder trouble and never suspect it.
Women*’ complaints often prove to be
nothing else but kidney trouble, or the
result of kidney or bladder disease.
If the kidneys are not in a healthy
condition, they may cause the other or-
gans to become diseased.
Pain in the back, headache, loss of am-
bition. nervousness, are often times symp-
toms of kidney trouble.
Don't delay starting treatment. Dr.
Kilmer’s Swamp-Root, a physician's pre-
scription, obtained at any drug store, may
be just the remedy needed to overcome
Get a medium or large size bottle im-
mediately from any drug store.
However, if you wish first to test this
greit preparation send ten cents to Dr.
Kilmer A Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a
•ample bottle. When writing be sure and
mention this paper.—Adv.
"Whnt do you think of this egg situ-
Shortages may come and shortages
may go, but there are always ChrUt-
urns trees to burn.
Texas Oil Raise Posted.
Fort Smith. All the oil companies
buying crude in the Texas field posted
notices increasing the price of Texas
crude to $3.00.
One More Farewell To Booze.
New York.—The celebration of "pro-
hibition eve" on January 16 promises
to surpass any New Year’s eve event
in the history of New York, judging
by the rush of applications for reserv-
ed tables at hotels. Managers of the
Waldorf Astoria. Claaridge. McAlpin
and other hotels announced that pat
rons who wished to be present when
John Barleycorn's official "swan song”
is sung, have declared that they in-
tend to celebrate his "wake" in the
manner that has come into vogue since
the advent of wartime prohibition.
Swift's Earning* Reach Big Figure.
Chicago.—Swift & Company’s earn
tngs for the year ending Nov. 1, 1919.
were $27,242,730.88. From this $12,-
507,549.51 was paid a* interest on bor-
rowed money and $800,000 was reserv-
ed for federal and state taxes, making
the net earnings $13,870,181.34. accord-
ing to the report. Dividends of 8 per
cent were paid and $3,806,721.34 was
added to the surplus account, bringing
the latter Item to $88.381.900 33. To-
tal sales were given as $1,200,000,000
and the average profit for each dollar
of sales was figures at 1.15 cents.
Berger Run Out of Jersey City
Jersey City, N. J.—Victor Berger,
Milwaukee socialist, twice elected as
representative in congress, once re-
jected by the house and now awaiting
determination of his status there, was
ordered out of Jersey City by the po-
lice when he came here to address a
socialist meeting. “Who are you?”
demanded Berger, when Chief of Po-
lice Battersby ordered him to leave
town. "I’ll hold you personally re-
eponsible for this. I'll sue you.” "All
right, sue. I’m responsible," replied
Battersby, "but you leave at once.”
The competition that exists
among the hundreds of meat dis-
tributors, large and smaH, means
Rivalry in Prices
Rivalry in Service
Rivalry in Economy
Rivalry in Quality
Swift & Company sells meat
at the lowest possible price, con-
sistent with quality and servica
Our profit of only a fraction of a
cent a pound on all products is
evidence of keen competition.
Swift & Company must provide the
best service to your dealer or he will
buy from our competitors. This means
a supply of fine fresh meat always
on hand for you at your dealer’s.
Swift & Company must keep down
manufacturing and selling costs, and
use all by-products to avoid waste, or
else lose money meeting the prices of
competitors who do.
Swift & Company must make its
products of the highest quality, or see
you turn to others. This means bet-
ter meat for you and a greater variety
of appetizing, wholesome food.
We are as glad for this competition
as you should be. It helps to keep us
on our mettle.
Swift & Company, U.S.A.
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