Mayes County Republican. (Pryor, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 11, 1919 Page: 3 of 10
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MAYES COUNTY REPUBLICAN
before tbe war
c a package
during tbe war,
c a package
THE FLAVOR LASTS
SO DOES THE PRICE!
DEFY TIME BY KEEPING FIT
Lang Lift and Health Offered to All
Who Will Oboy a F«w Simple
But Imperative Rule*.
When one has bean overworking,
■adersleeiilng, overdrinking, overeat-
ing. and umlerexerclslng, germs mul-
tiply rapidly because the “white
wings" of the human system are too
tired to clean them out.
A long Illness follow*.
Some day we will tell the truth In
death certificates and report* will be
made like this:
“Died after thirty years of over-
“Smothered Mtnself to death. Work-
ad and slept In unventilated rooms.”
“Bunted out. Slept ouly six hours
Good health Is a luxury we all can
enjoy If we are willing to play the
game on the long law of averages.
Bat lightly, drink lota of watpr,
breathe fresh sir every night and day.
get plenty of sleep, keep clean Inside
and outside* and Father Time will
paaa you by.—The Fortunn Magaslne.
What can yon do In a case like this?
A Newton man took his wife to the
ball game and watched the Ued gox
win. During the game he became
rather excited and shouted In bla
wife’s ear “Hooray, their pitcher la
la a hole.”
“Tour eyes roust deceive you. Fred."
said hla wife. “Only a few minutes
ago you told me he was on the mound,
and he's still there."—Boston Pont
NATURALLY IT PLEASED HIM
Author Could Not Hslp but Bs Proud
of Compliment Which Woo Sc
A young woman who had spent
s few years In tbe bookkeeping line
and who wished s different kind of
work, found employment tn Uie book
store of s downtown concern. At the
start she naturally was not well ac-
quainted with the usual customers In
the magnxlne departmext. But the
wns there to please, sbd what ah#
lacked In acquaintanceship she tried
to make up In boosting wares.
“Looking for something good to
read?’’ she queried of a limn who was
“looking around." He replied rather
Indifferently llmt he might find .some-
thing that would Interest him.
“Well." she pursued, “there era some
good stories In--Monthly this
month. At least they Interested me.
There Is one particularly good story
by Meredith Nicholson."
“1 am glad lo hear yon say that,"
replied the customer, with a smile,
"because I am Meredith Nicboleou.”—
•nd coffee-drinking are closely
linked together with many
If your case is like that, try
m-a wholesome cereal drink with
a really rich coffee-like flavor
that meets the test of taste, just
at the beverage itself meets the
test of health.
Economical, Ready Instantly, DeUcum
IN THE TROUSSEAUX
Get instant relief with
"Pape’s Cold Compound’
Don’t stay stnffed-up! Quit blowing
rod snuffling! A dose of “Pape's Cold
>m pound" taken ovary two hours *»-
ill three doses are taken usually
breaks up a cold and cuds all grlppa
The very first dost opens your
clogged-up nostrils and the air pass-
ages of your head; stop* noee running;
relieves the headache, dullness, fever-
ishness, sneezing, soreness, stiffness.
“Pape’s Cold Compound” is the
Quickest, surest relief known and costs
| only a few cents at drug moraa. It
sets without assistance. Tastes nice.
Contain no quinine. Insist oo Pape's i
The Time fer It
“We ran over an old friend the
“Wss he glad to see your
“Indeed be was, when we got him
'nr enough out from under the auto-
'GLAD I DIDN'T TAKE CALOMR"
You Never Wake Up Weak, Gripy or
Taking "Dodson’s I^ver Tone”—Listen t
HURRY! YOUR HAIR
Set rid of every bit if that
dandruff and stop fall,
The little company of hue rubrics
A* underthlngs which women usually
consider when fhe trousseau must be
plunned Include batiste, nainsook,
wash silk, satin and crepe-de-chlne.
But crepe georgette had only to knock
at the door end It was admitted to
this charming company; the sheerest
and daintiest, bnt the least practical
member of it However, It Is there
among the others and destined to atny,
for In spite of Its delicacy It Is not
fragile. This Is one of the new de-
psrtures In the styles for undprthlng*.
Another Is the use of colors Instead of
white In materials and printed as well
as plain patterns.
For the purpose of decorating, lin-
gerie laces, ribbons and needle work of
various kinds have not found any ri-
vals. Little chiffon roses find a place
on the sheerest garments and narrow
ribbons are used In frills and shir-
ring* on them. But these are for lux-
urious and little-used garments. On
those that are more dependable,
rosettes and bows that can he pinned
on and ribbons that can he easily
taken out or pat In. with the usual
lingerie laces and stltrhery, are used.
Not all undergarmeuts are frilly and
r very plain
things, slmpls sad tailored, that con-
tent themselves with hem-stltchlng and
perhaps a single prim little bow for
But not to this class belong the
night dress and envelope chemise
shown In the ptdurp. Batiste and al'.
the silks available for nndergnrments
sre to be hod In printed designs sim-
ilar to that used for these two pretty
garments that are the glory of the
trousseau. Here they are made of
flowered wash silk, with frills of Ince
hibout the neck and sleeve openings
end frills of ribbon about the bottom.
Pretty bow knots made of shirred rib-
bon. having chiffon roses set In them,
are set on the front of both the night-
dress and the chemise. Light pink Is
tbe favorite color for undergarments
but other colors sre used. The sheer-
est fabrics sre not often chosen In
white, but cottons and silks that are
to be often laundered are better In
white than lo colors. Batiste In light
pink stands tubbing well and has
made an Important placs for Itself In
American made lingerie.
Ugh! Calomel makes yon sick. It’s
horrible I Take a dose of the danger-
ous drug tonight and tomorrow you
loao b day.
Calomel Is mercury I When It comet
Into contact with sour bile. It crashes
Into It. breaking It up. Then is when
yon feel that awful nausea and cramp-
ing. If you are sluggish. If liver Is
torpid and bowels constipated or yon
have headache, dizziness, coated
tongue, if breath la bad or stomach
sour, Just try a spoonful of
Dodson’s Liver Tone tonight
Here's my guarantee—Oo to any
drug store and get a bottle of Dod-
son’s Liver Tone for a few canto
Take ■ spoonful and If it doaanl
straighten yen right up aad maks yon
feel fiat and vigorous, go back to the
store and gat your money. Dodaua’s
Liver Tone Is destroying the ml# at
Calomel bees use It can not salivate an
make yon sick.—Adv.
To stop falling hair at once and rid
(he scalp of every particle of dandruff,
get n small bottle of “Dsndertne" at
any drug or toilet counter for ■ few
cents, pour a Uttla In your hand and
rub well Into the scalp. After several
applications all dandruff usually goes
•nd hair stops coming owt Every hair
In your head soon shows new life, vigor,
brightness, thickness and more color.
When a mule climbs Mount Popo-
catepetl he takes over 5.000,000 steps,
but we don’t kuow how many over.
*f*RI8 Isn’t one of thane take free treatment
A offers you have seen so many times. Wo
don’t offer to give yon something for nothing—
but we do guarantee that yon can try thin won-
derful treatment entirely at our risk, and this
guarantee la backed by your local drnggtat
This makes the offer one which yon can ab-
solutely depend upon, because the druggist with
whom you have been trading would not stand
behind the guarantee If he did not know tt to bo
an honest aad legitimate ana.
Hunt’s halve, formerly called MunVa Cura,
has been sold under absolute money back guar-
antee for more than thirty years. It la especially
compounded for the treatment of Imams, Itch,
Ring Warm, Tetter, and other Itching akin dis-
Thousand* of letters testily to Ha curative properties. H. Tlmetito a
reputable dry goods dealer hi Durant, Oklahoma, says: -I suffered wttfe
Eczema for ten years, and spent fl-DOOiOO for doctors’ treatments, without
result One box of Huntie Cura entirely cured me."
Don’t fan to give Hantis Intvo a trial—price 73 canto, from your local
druggist, or direct by moll If he does not handle It
A. B. RICHARDS MEDICINE CO.t Sherman, Ten^
When Tartars Cslsbrsts.
Probably the flrst known Intoxlcnm
was the fermented milk of mares and
It Is st the present time a favorite
with the Tartar.
cJJtata of Ohio. City at Toledo, Loess
Prank 1.' Cheney main* oath that ba la
wnlor partner of the arm of P. J. Cheney
* Co., doing business la the City of To-
ledo. County and Btato aforeaald. and that
ISIlTcTt.'Si.SW.d’WS. - “
__ _ t . FRANK J. CHENET.
■worn to before me and aubaertbad In
"rDPru£nC*’ tbla «th day of December,
oa Internally and ecu through the Blood
on the Mucous 8arface* of the BysUm.
F. J. Cheney * (Xk, Toledo. Ohio,
r. 1. Cbeney A Co.. Toledo, Ohto
Some people spend all their lives os
wet nurse to s mortgage.
Ignorant petqfie are born critics.
For MALARIA, CHIliS aod FEVER.
SOLD KM BO TKAM.
ALSO A riNE SENCnSL STBENST
MG TONIC SaM by AB Bsng B
And all disease* of th* bora*
cured; colts and horses In the same
lag them by using
often cure. 8sfe for
all ages and condition
aPOHICS la eold by
•POHH MEDICAL CO, Mtva* I
Write far Mlaetaelppl Map sod Romeeeeker*’
Oulde. Ad. Oeethere Lead Co.. Meridian. Ula.
rHOTOORArU rontn frean A ay net*
or postal Abeolslely gaetanteed. ( ler S**|
IS far lit! Toor picture retaraed
harmed. Mall Photo with remltuoe* to
The Ptriere Shop, Boi ML Chlchooh*. OUa
W. N. U, Oklahoma City. No. to-tttB.
A man mbs himself If .he does not
make tbe beat of his time.
The moat xertoui hazard the woman
golfer encounters Ip the camera.
Pottum Cereal Company
Silk and cotton, chamois or wu»l>-
tble kid gloves, are preferred for
gloves that must be often elesned. and
they are the rnly practical kind* for
businem women, or other* who must
wear them every day. Chamoiaette—
doth that look* like chainol* skin—
I* made In all the glovo colors and
white, and It Is the most satisfactory
material for everyday wear. Gloves
made of It should he washed In luke-
warm water with a bland snap, rinsed
and hung up to dry. If stitched with
black It Is better to wnah In cold wa-
ter; nqueese as dry as possible In ■
soft towel and dry quickly tn keep the
black from running. Piece* of turk-
l*h towel muffed Into glove* of (his
kind will help to prevent the color
from spreading while they are drying,
and also prevent drying In rireuka,
which eninetimee hnp|ieiia alien the
glnves are hung up to dry without
this precaution. With glove* a* with
mocking*. It I* best to have several
pain* «nd wear them In rotation, wash-
ing them when soiled. Three go Ira
will Insure "lean gloves for a week,
even In the smnke-lnden sir of ritle*.
Cotton and silk glove* may be very
successfully darned, using I glovo
darner In Ihe Angers. Double Anger
tip* tn silk gloves are worth Ihe extra
price they bring, for It is mere diffi-
cult to darn silk gloves than cotton
Hew to Cara far Kid Slave*.
Thera are right and wrong way* of
putting on gloves. Th* right way
does not Injure them; the wrong way
wsakena and tears th* skin nr fabric
In a very short time. Black kid glove*
should be kept la paraffin nr oiled
paper- A black glove la a white akin
painted. This paint will harden qnd
da U not property cared fur. All
gloves should lie kept away from salt
or damp air a* much as possible.
They should be kept dry, but away
from heat. Time and great car*
should he taken In putting them ou
the flrst time, no that tbe aeams may
not be stretched.
Cleaning Kid Olevea.
After the gloves have been cleaned
w-lth petrol or benzine, and they are
quite dry. place them on tbe hand and
stroke firmly with a bon* enltsponn,
beginning at the Anger tips and work-
ing down to the wrist. This smooth*
and polishes the kid. and the gloves
keep clean much longer.
Mending the Gloves.
Dee cotton thread for mending kid
gloves, as silk thread will cut the kid.
Do not uae the over stitch, as It al-
ways shows so plainly. Take a stitch
on one aide of the seam and then a
stitch on the opposite side, end draw
Ihein together. This keeps the regu-
lar seam Intact and conceals tbe fact
that the glove I* mended.
Ta Keep Evening Olpvee Clean.
To keep evening gloves clean In a
street car or train draw a pair of
loose white silk or Hale gloves over
the kid. The outer glovea may ba
easily drawn off and slipped tala
muff or pocket. ,
Long Olevea, Cut Off.
Cut off the hand part of long glovea.
The arm pari la perfectly good. Take
It to a glove factory, and have a abort
pair of glove*, that match In color,
sewed an the arm part or you can da
It yourself, tiring a feather or em-
Children Cry For
What is CASTORIA
and Soothing Syrups. Itiapleaaaat It toutalifSS?o£C
Morphine nor other narcotic substaaca. Ita ngg fc Jtg ma
For more than thirty yean h haa teen in —mi mb :
relief of CooBdpetioB, Flatulency, Wiad Colic
•Ilsylaf Frvarishnees aristae tharafrwn, and hr iMBlaths Mm
2X 2 2SS
genuine CASTORIA always
b Use For Over 31 Tears
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