The Carter Express. (Carter, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 6, Ed. 1 Friday, May 2, 1919 Page: 3 of 8
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FROM THE LOW
Cheering Message From South
Georgia to People Subject to
Fevers and Other Ills. Try
Odlla, Oa.—Mr. J. H. McNeill, a resi-
dent of tbls place, says: "I and ray
family have been users of Bedford's
Black-Draught for years and never yet
found Its equal for liver and stomach
troubles, It Is without doubt the best
medicine for headache, Indigestion and
such Ills on the market, f firmly be-
lieve If a family would use It regularly
they would never have any fever, as It
kev.vs the liver active and Is so easy to
take. We have never had any fever In
our family since we began Its use, al-
though we live In low country In south-
I use It In broken doses for Indiges-
tion, gas or sour stomach, but for colds
I use a full dose.”
When you feel bad all over, stomach
not right, bad taste In your mouth,
head aches, bilious, etc., try that old,
reliable vegetable Uver medicine you
have heard so much about—Thedford’s
You have read over and over again
the statements from users who fov nd it
of great relief to them in their suffer-
ing. Try Black-Draught for yourself.
Why should It not bring you relief, too?
At all druggists.—Adv.
“An Infernal scoundrel over at Sand
Mush shot Ids brother-in-law tuther
day,” related Gap Johnson of Rumpus
“Well, such things will happen,” re-
plied a neighbor. “That Is about all
brothers-In-Iaw ’pear to be created for,
' “Yes. but after shooting him this
yur dejnon went and writ a piece of
poetry about It for the paper!”—Kan-
gas City Star.
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drug store for a few cents, pour a little
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After several applications the hair stops
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“Why don’t you take charge of that
man who is acting so queerly?”
"I will In time,” answered the bi-
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him enjoy himself for awhile. He Im-
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he sees all the glass In the roadway
he thinks lie’s In the valley of dia-
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Insuring a good night’s rest, free from
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throwing off the disease. Especially
useful in lung trouble, asthma, croup,
bronchitis, etc. For sale In all civil-
A man likes to be called a brick,
but refer to him as a lump of common
clay and he will get mad.
How happy Is he that owes nothing
but to himself.
THE CARTER EXPRESS
Ql'S the demandi
In the Health and Strength \
of the Wives and Mothers
Rfftl ibe Future Integrity
of the Nation.
We muat preserve our womanhood There la need, greater than
ever for strong women. Apparently, the race la not aa sturdy as
formerly or our women are victims of an over-clvlllzatlon and leas
able to resist disease.
WILSON LAYS DOWN THE
LAW TO THE ITALIAN
FEARS UP TREATY OF LONDON
Which Italy Signed With the Alllee
When She Auctioned Off Her
Neutrality and Entered
Paris.—Admitting that tney fully
expected the Italian delegation to
move out of the peace conference If
they chose to take the consequences
of their uncompromising attitude,
America’* peace plenipotentiaries as-
sured newspaper men that such' a
move by Italy would In no way affect
the position of the United States.
The American delegation, they said,
Is prepared to conclude peace on an
equitable basis regardlfess of the ac-
tion of other countries.
This Is the first Intimation that
President Wilson haB planned his
course of action,
May Repudiate 14 Points.
While getting.ready for his depart-
ure for Rome, Premier Orlando began
what had all the earmarks of a
‘‘drive” for the repudiation of any
avowals Italy has made Indorsing the
Wilsonian fourteen points.
Signor Orlando made the flat charge
that E. M. House had told him the
fourteen points were designed “purely
The Italian premier further declar-
ed Italy had always made certain res-
ervations regarding the fourteen
The premier will ask the Italian
parliament for a vote of confidence.
“Italy will not withdraw from the
This flat assertion was made by an
official attached tto the British peace
mission here, following a conference
between Premier. Lloyd-George .and
Orlando. The official added that the
Italian premier probably would go to
Rome as planned, but principally to
explain the situation to the Italian
Wilson issues an Ultimatum.
The crisis came after weeks of
wrangling over the Adriatic situation,
when President Wilson Issued a state-
ment, flatly declaring the secret treaty
of London, which promised Italy both
Bhores of the Adriatic in exchange
for entering the war, was null and
void, and that the Jugo-slavs should
have everything south of Pola. The
Italian delegates at once replied,
threatening to leave the Conference.
Italian military forces will occupy
that part of Dalmatia and other Adri-
atic territory named in the pact of
London with about 100,000 men, it was
stated by Capeain Pozzi,' of Premier
Orlando’s staff. A similar force, the
captain added, would be sent to the
northern region and around Flume.
Premier Orlando's course in the
meantime, Captain Pozzi says, would
be to convoke parliament in special
session and secure from that body the
passage of the measure providing
for the annexation of the Dalmation
and other eastern Adriatic territory
given to Italy by the London agree-
ment, and also of Flume.
Socialists Back Up Wilson
Two thousand Italian socialists have
declared their support of President
Wilson’s statement denying Flume to
Italy, according to a late dispatch
This Is the first Indication that the
president’s appeal to the Italian peo-
ple to stand by his fourteen points
has borne fruit in certain sections of
the Italian population. It also contra-
dicts the oft repeated claim by Italian
delegates here that Italy’s people—in-
cluding all socialists—stand as one
behind the government in its demand
for the Dalmatian port.
British Labor Indorses President.
London—Prominent British labor
leaders have sent a telegram to Pres-
ident Wilson congratulating him on
“your magnificent declaration for
peace based on the fourteen points,”
“We are certain’ that the Italian
workers will associate themselves
with the international workers sup-
QUICK ACTION IF HUNS BALK
All Allies Are In Full Accord On One
Paris.—Any effort by the German
government to interfere with the
peace conference or to block the con-
cluding of peace by tricky diplomatic
maneuvers will result in sharp action
by the allied and associated powers.
Arrangements have been completed
for alternative action In the event
Germany assumes a defiant attitude.
OKLAHOMA STATE NEWS
Stdchokldera of the Farmers’ State
bank at Hanna have purchased the
Rank of Hanna, consolidating the two
At a special election the voters of
McCurtaln county, by large majority,
authorised a bond Issue of $126,000 to
build a county courthouse at Idabel.
Mining claims and mineral locations
cannot be filed upon the 48(^000 acre-
tract of land known as the “Big
Pasture Indian Reserve," according to
a decision made by John H. Cotter-
all, federal Judge, at Enid.
Unknown pereone dynamited the
dipping vat at Ooathlll, three miles
south of Wllburton. There is consid-
erable opposition to the dipping cam-
paign there, hut this Is the first In-
stance of lawless opposition.
By midsummer Tulsa will be en-
gaged In the greatest building cam-
paign In Its history, according to evi-
dences at hand. Bulldng permits are
Increasing every month and permits
for April will exceed $600,000.
Virgil Kittrell, army deserter, must
serve a life term In the penitentiary
for the murder of Sam Scott, former
Chlckasha assistant chief of police.
This was the verdict returned by the
Jury after twelve hours deliberation.
John M. Beck, of Row, was held to
the grand Jury at SUoam Springs,
Ark., by Justice Whiteside on a
charge of shooting N. W. Fields, a
hotel man, with intent to kill. Fields
interferred with Beck killing his own
Will Mays, under sentence to die
in the electric chair In the McAles-
ter penitentiary on the morning of
May 2, was given a new lease on life
by the criminal court of appeals.
Mays was convicted of murder in the
district court of McIntosh county.
Lee Hanks, 17 years old, was lnsant-
ly killed at Commerce, Ottawa county,
when in turning a corner he fell from
the truck in which he was riding and
a passing auto ran over im, breaking
is neck. Te car was driven by a man
and woman, who, after the accident,
“Not guilty” was the Verdict of the
Jury in the case of Chlckasha against
Frank Higgins, former Friscb brake-
man, charged with second degree
manslaughter. HigginB was brakeman
on a Frisco passenger train wrecked
at Norge last December 25. Five
were killed and 25 Injured In the
wreck. Culpable and felonious neg-
lect of duty was charged.
Congressman E. B. Howard Is urg-
nig the war department to allow the
167th Ambulance company, Forty-
second division, known as the Tulsa
Ambulance company, to stop over in
Tulsa for a big reception May' 1 on
the way to Camp Bowie, Texas. The
department assured Mr. Howard that
every effort will be made to have the
company stop over in Tulsa for a big
parade and reception.
Okmulgee Is offering for public sale
on May 12, $305,000 worth of munici-
pal bonds authorized for sale by the
taxpayers at various elections held
from September 8, 1916 to April 1,
1919. Included in the sale are six
different bond issues of which the
public park bonds of $100,000 for the
purchase of the council house and
bonds for $10,000 for fire department
improvements are a cart.
After an absence of twenty five
years Alfred Miller, whose where-
abouts have been unknown almost
ever since he took his departure from
Tahlequah in 1894, returned a few
days ago. Miller left there to Join the
United States geological survey and
has been all over the west, spending
a1 large part of the time in Washing-
ton and Idaho. His son, who was a
small child at the time of Miller’s de-
parture, is now married.
An artillery unit of he reserve of-
ficers’ training camp has been estab-
lished at the University of Oklahoma
and will start operations next Sep-
Governor Robertson has appointed
R. A. Sneed of Sulphur as state pen-
sion commissioner, a place which was
created by an act of the present leg*
islature. Under the former pension
law the commissioner of charities and
corrections was chairman of the board
of pension commissioners, while the
new law divorces this work from the
charities department, and places it in'
the hands of the pension commis-
Samuel W. Hayes, former supreme
court Justice, and C. C. Roberts, both
of Oklahoma City, were named by
Governor Robertson as members of
the board of regents which hereafter
will have control and management of
the State University at Norman.
Others appointed as members of the
board are H. L. Muldrow, of Norman;
E. W. Marland, Ponca City; George
L. Bowman, Kingfisher; Harry Dia-
mond. Holdenville, and H. H. Rogers,
Thousands suffer and thousands
mors art dsstlned to suffer from
that most Insidious of diseases,
catarrh. Nlnaty-saven par cent of
the people have catarrh. It la not
confined to the head, noae ana
throat as many suppose. Catarrhal
Inflammation may attack the stom-
ach, bowela or any portion of the
body whera there are muooua lin-
ings It la no reapector of pereone
or position. Everyone Is liable to
Mrs, Mary Frlcke, 607 Bornman
St., Belleville, III., was one of Its
victims. She says: “I have weighed
n little aa 100 pounds. For years
I suffered with my stomach, cramps
and severe headaches. After read-
ing Dr, Hartman's Health Book, I
decided to try Peruna. The first
“As You Were” Defined.
A British officer who has Just re-
turned from German East Africa tells
an amusing story of the Askarl re-
cruits whom he was training. Mis-
takes In yie drill were frequent, and,
In consequence, “As you were" became
an order rapped out with Increasing
severity of expression. Later the offi-
cer overheard a conversation between
two natives In the squad.
"What does our officer mean by ‘As
you were?’ ’’ Inquired one Askarl.
"‘Asuwer,’ replied the other, ‘Is a
word the Englishman has Invented for
when he wants to say ‘I am sorry, I
have made a mistake.’ ”
"I understand they are very particu-
lar In thnt dressmaking establish-
“So particular that they press all
their mourning suits with sad Arons."
The Wise Man’s Comment
“Women will vote the way their
husbands tell them to." "Guess you
haven't had much experience with
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putting up the ante.
bottle brought good results, but aa
I wm bound to get well, I took
Fifteen yeara ago, I started with .
Peruna and I wouldn't be without
1L My weight la now around ZOO
pounds and I am hale and hearty
at the age of 61. I can do as much
work as my daughter.”
The uee of Peruna for forty-live
years In the American family has
proved Its worth. If you are sick,
do not give up. try Peruna. Write
The Peruna Company. Dapt. B, Oo-
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“Who Is your favorite screen star?”
"A man named Blobbs."
“I never heard of him. What com-
pany is he with?”
“He's at the head of his own com-
pany, and along about fly time he does
a land-office business."—Birmingham
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
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cannot reach the seat of the disease.
Catarrh Is a local disease greatly Influ-
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It la taken Internally and acta through
the Blood on the Mucoua Surfaces of the
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Souud money Is what the organ
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full of snowy white clothes. For such
results use Red Cross Ball Blue.
He has hard work who has nothing
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Cain, George W. The Carter Express. (Carter, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 6, Ed. 1 Friday, May 2, 1919, newspaper, May 2, 1919; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc957103/m1/3/: accessed January 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.