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TULSA. OKLA.. STAR
An Ounce of Prevention
Most people who enjoy a frequent drink
of bcor or liquor (all to realize It'i weak
ening elToot ou Ilia kidneys.
Kldnojr weakness sets up backache, head
aclie, rlivumallo pain, ucrroutneas, and
disorders of tliourfuo and If neglected leads
to dropsy, gravel, and llrlglil's disease.
In the early Biases kidney weakness can
be corrected. Doan's Kidney Tills tono
and strengthen weak kidneys and aro
uxi witu success an orcr tlio cmllzel
world. There's no other kidney remedy
so well recommended.
An Oklahoma Cue
W P. Poorler,
Ultra and Filth Hli .
my. "I endured In
tens pains when
paMlnr the kidney
aerretlons and my
bladder was badly
Inflamed. X bad aw
ful pains In the
small of my ba k
t'in. and they rarely
I ft me A friend
enve me A bus of
I '.ill's Kidney Tills
and Ilia first few
l helped m Ilerora lonr. the pain
In my hi' k left and my kidneys were
fli'd up in K""d shape. 1 will always
r . .n.m. nl Ii .ins Kidney rills to other
k Jn- y suff.-rtrs '
Cet Doan's at Any Store, EOe a Box
FOSTER-MILBURN CO.. BUFFALO. N. Y.
"Hunt's Cure" isguar
nnteed to stop and
permanently cure that
terrible itching. It is
compounded for that
purpose nnd your money
will be promptly refunded
If Hunt's Cure fails to cure
Itch. Ecxemn. Teller. Rlnw
Worm nr nnv ntVtr KLIn
uiscase. ouc at your uruggtst's, or by mail
direct if he hasn't it. Manufactured only by
A. B RICHARDS MEDICINE CO.. Sherman. Texai
Faithful Unto Death.
' Ono of the bravest acts I witnessed
during tlio whole war," said nn ofllccr
of tlio Army of Northern Virginia,
"was that of a young soldier, who was
probably not over sixteen. Wo had
(liouRht of him as only a boy, although
lie went with the regiment on all of
Its marches, and lived with It In all
"Ono day there was a fierce cngagc
tnent. In the midst of It a bullet struck
this boy In the bream, nnd ho fell. Our
colonel ordered his men to dismount,
and as he himself sprang from his
horse, the boy called out In a weak
volco, 'I will hold your horse, colonel!'
"Stopping In tlio midst of tlio storm
rtf bullets to garo In pity on tho white,
boyish face, tho colonel said, 'llut you
can't do that, lad you are dying.'
"'I know I am, colonel,' the gallant
boy replied. 'Hut I can hold the reins
when I am dead.'
"The colonel placed tho bridle In tho
trembling hands nnd went forward.
When (ho fight was over, ho hurried
hack, and found tho boy lying dead,
the brldlo reins still wrapped tightly
round his limp right hand." Youth's
"When may I expect you to pay mo
what you owe mo7"
"At any time when you aro optimis
tic" It takes a smart mother to manu
facture smart sayings for her children.
Helped Wisconsin Couple.
It doesn't pay to stick too closely
to old notions of things. New Ideas
often lead to better health, success
A Wis, couplo examined an Idea
now to them and stepped up several
rounds on tho health ladder. The
Several years ago wo Buffered from
co (Too drinking, wero sleepless, nerv
ous, sallow, weak and Irritable. My
wife und I both loved coffee and
thought it was a bracer." (Delusion.)
"Finally, after years of Buffering, wo
read of l'ostum and tho haruifulncss
of coffee, and bellovlng that to grow
wo should glvo soino attention to new
Ideas, we decided to test l'ostum.
"When wo mado it right wo liked
It and wero frco of Ills caused by
coffee. Our friends noticed the
change fresher skin, sturdier nerves,
better temper, etc.
"These changes wero not sudden,
but Increased as wo contlnuod to
drink and enjoy l'ostum, and wo lost
the deslra for coffee.
"Many of our friends did not llko
Postum at first, because they did not
nmko It right. Hut when they made
Postum according1 to directions on
pkg., they liked It hotter than coffeo
nnd wero benefited by tho chango."
Namo given by Postum Co., liattle
Creek, Mich. Head "Tho Iload to
Wellvllle," In pkgs.
Postum now comes In two forms:
' Regular Postum must bo well
boiled. 13c and 2Gc packages.
Instant Postum Is a soluble pow
der. Mado In tlio cup with hot water
no boiling. 30c and GOc tins.
Tho cost per cup of both kinds Is
.bout tho namo.
"There's a Reason" for Postum.
-sold by Grocers.
VTON "w7 TTfftrr
fir t f' o-KJ
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE
FAILS TO OPEN FOR FIRST
TIME IN FORTY YEARS.
ONLY FIVE FAILURES ANNOUNCED
Government Prepares to Prevent Dis
aster From European War Ar
mour Saves Chicago Wheat
Market From Ruin.
Now York. Tho vast complex ma
chlnory of tho securities' markets of
tho world canto to a complcta halt
Friday for an Indefinite period. It was
an occurrence unprecedented In his.
Will all Europe seemingly on the
vcrgo of war, tho continental ' ex
changes closed soveral days ago with
tho London market following suit Frl
day, tho New York stock exchange
would havo been called upon to bear
tho weight of tho world's financial bur
dens. It virtually had done; so nl
week, for whllo tho London marko
wna open transactions wero nominal
Tho unloading of stocks here by panic
stricken Ktirope during tlio last four
days nnd tho consequent collapso of
prices mado history In Wall street
To continue longer to bear the bur
den, In tho opinion of tho banker
whoso influence determined the coursr
of events in tho street, would have
been hazardous In the extreme. Aftei
a period of hesitation and extoretne
nervous tension, It was decided ten
minutes beforo tho hour set for the
beginning of business Friday that tlu
exchange would not bo opened. The
action closed tho laut great markot
jf tho world. All other American ex
changes except Chicago quickly fol
Five Assignments Made.
As It was thcro wero four assign
ments, thrco of them announced on the
cotton exchange. Tho firms nr
Flower & Company, bankers; S. H. P.
Pell & Company, stock, cotton and
grain brokers; Homer, IIowo & Com
pany, and P. J. Frederlckson & Com
pany, both cotton brokers. With the
exception of Flower & Company the
assignments aro understood to have
been caused by the recent decline In
cotton dealings. Flower & Company
who aro not members pf the cotton
exchange, aro said to havo been em
barrassed by tho break In stocks. No
statement of assets and liabilities war,
Icsued by any of the firms Involved.
Homer, IIowo & Company or Phila
delphia, reported ns unable to meet
contracts In tho cotton exchange after
an hour of trading, was also closed.
It Is tho cmprcsslon that tho worst
of tho storm had passed. Georgo W.
Ely, secretary of tho stock exchange,
said thero was no Indication of trou
ble from any other quarter. Now
York's leading bankors assorted unan
imously that the position of tho banks
How long the stock oxchango will
bo closed was a matter of conjecture,
tho nnswer depending upon the course
of events abroad.
"If n general 'Kuropean war should
como," said ono mombcr of tho gov
ynlng board, "the exchange may bo
closed nil summer."
GOVERNMENT STEPS IN BREACH.
Has a Big Reserve of Currency Ready
Washington. President Wilson and
tho administration acted promptly to
reassure tho country against any
threatened financial dangers growins
out of tho European war situation.
First tho president took stops to com
pete Immediately the organization of
tho federal reserve board so tho new
currency law may becomo effective.
Sccrotary McAdoo, expressing ap
proval of tho closing of stock ox
changes throughout the country, an
nounced that -a $r00,000,000 Issue of
emergency currency waiting at tho
treasury department, would be mado
Immediately nvailablo to national
Tojmakc moro easily accessible the
emergency currency, authorized by tho
Aldrlch-Vroeland net, tho sonato lato
Friday at Mr. McAdoo's suggestion,
passed unanimously nn amendment to
tho currency law modifying tho clauso
providing that banks of national cur
rency association, to avail themselves
of tho Issue, must have outstanding
currency notes "secured by bonds of
the United States to nn amount not
less than 0 per cent of Us capital." 4
Tho nmendment would glvo tho sec
retary of tho treasury authority In h's
discretion to ignoro this restriction.
It will bo passed early Saturday by
the house nnd probably was signed
by tho president beforo night.
Ofllclnl Washington was unusually
optimistic regarding the general fi
nancial situation In the United States.
Secretary McAdoo had no worries over
tho exportation of Amerlacn gold
though ho approved heartily the clos
ing of the stock exchango In order
to check it.
"America Is In n position to take
caro of herself," tho Secretary said".
In tho scnato optimistic notes wero
sounded on oil sides regardless of pap
(y affiliations and Senator Nelson of
Minnesota dramatically declared:
"In ICuropo they moblllzo armies
nnd navies; In America wo mobilize
"Europo Is In n crisis," said Sena
tor Owen, In presenting tho moasure.
"Something should bo dono to preparo
this country to meet any emergency
that may arise."
"There Is In the treasury $1,500,-
000,000 In gold nnd silver," Senator
Owen added, "1150,000,000 In the gold
rcservo and $130,000,000 free gold In
tho general fund. Theso Immenso
funds, with $500,000,000 emergency
currency available, would enable this
country to face any flnnnciat crisis."
ARMOUR SAVES CHICAGO WHEAT.
Grain Firm Sells Heavily and Takes
Over Big Trade. ,
Chicago. Armour's millions rescued
tho wheat trade from panic. Instead
of chaos resulting from a settlement
day In tho midst of a war market with
possibly scores of firms embarrassed,
and a certainty that bankruptcies,
few or many, would ensue, the Chi
cago board of trado was enabled to
maintain Its record of never having
closed no matter how great tho emer
gency. The chief reason that there
havo been no 'failures Ib that seventy
flvo entangled firms and Individuals
on 'change wero freely given by Ar
mour & Company whatever aid tho
necessities of the situation required.
George E. Marcy, president of the
Armour Grain Company, was tho man
who roso to tho occasion. Ho quietly
circulated word on tho floor of tho
board partly In person and -partly
through his lieutenants that any mem
ber In trouble only neod como to him.
Heforo nightfall Armour & Company
bad taken over 8,000,000 bushels In
open trades which, If not transferred,
woro crltlcMly In danger of not being
safely settled In contract time on ex
change. President Marcy ordered tho sale of
,000,000 bushels of wheat In open mar
ket and was thus largely Instrumental
In preventing Chicago prices from par
alleling tho wild upward sweep that In
Liverpool camo ahead of a steep sub
Tho Armour sales of wheat were
supplemented by simultaneous dispos
al of 1,000,000 bushols of corn nnd an
equal quantity of oats. Theso sales
woro afterward covered by numerous
gradual purchases whenever pit con
ditions would allow without disturb
ing tho course of price.
Scattering Rumors From Berlin.
Herlln. Ofllclnl confirmation of tho
reported blowing up by Itusslan troops
of tho railroad brldgo between Grsnt-
ca, Itusslan Poland, and Szozakova In
Galacla, on tho rnllroad from Warsaw
to Vienna, wns recolvod here.
A decrco nroclalmlnc mnrtlnl lnw
and tho prohibition of tho publication
of news of tho movements of German
troops and war material was Issued.
Tho proclamation announced military
measures on tho frontier, armed pro
tection of railroads nnd restriction "of
tologrnpnlc. postal and railroad bptv.
Ices oxcept for military purposes.
Tho Qernian federal council Issued
a dtcreo prohibiting tho export of
grain, Hour, foodstuffs, meats, nnlmal
product:!, automobllo trucks, motors.
clos, petroleum, coal tar, coal oil, offec-
tlvo Immediately. Tho order Is said
to havo resulted from tho heavy ox
ports of the past fow d.fys received hr
tho chamber of commence.
Crown Prlnco Frederick Wllllnm nt
Germany was appointed in tho mm.
mand (if tho first dlvlslpn of tho im
perial guards army corps.
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Worried About Him.
Tho landlord well, tho landlord
was quite unpopular. Thero was a
lime when Irish landlords wero. And
Mlko and Tim wero waiting for him
behind tho hedge.
It was ovenlng and tho long hours
very slowly passed.
- "Mlko," said Tim, when nnothor
hour had gone, "what time 4s it?"
Mlko struck a match and looked at
"Eloven-thlrty," ho whlsperod.
"Is It that?" replied Tim. "An' It's
tolmo ho was here,"
Another long wait followed. Thon
again Tim Inquired tho hour.
"It's ten minutes to twelve"
Tim looked anxious.
"Is It that?" ho exclaimed. "Ho's
latrj ho'B very lato. I do hope noth
In's happened to him."
DANDRUFF COVERED SCALP
01 W. Adams St, Brownwood,
Texas. "I had a severe caso of dry
Itching scalp. Then my head had blis
ters' and pimples all over It and when
I scratched it tho Irritation and Itch
ing woro dreadful. Thoy contlnuod to
hurt and smart and burn. My hair
fell out badly and gradually my scalp
was covered with dandruff as dry as
powder. It was tho samo burning la
my limbs, so bad that I could not
sleep or rest night or day.
"Thon I began with tho Cutlcjra
Soap and Ointment and recolvod al
most Instantaneous relief. I used tho
Cutlcura Ointment freely all over my
head onco a week and tho Cutlcura
Soap for cleansing ns often as neces
sary until I was cured." (Slgnod)
Mrs. Julia Cllngman, Jan. 30, 1914.
Cutlcura Soap and Ointment cold
throughout tho world. Samplo of each
freo.with 32-p. Skin Dook. Address post
card "Cutlcura, Dopt. L, Boston." Adv.
Some people never havo any respect
for gray hairs until thoy havo ac
quired a few of their own.
Cures Old Sores, Othtr Remedies Won't Curt.
The worst casts, no matter of how lone Handing-,
arc cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.
Porter'a AntUtptle Heallnr OIL It relieves
Pain and Heals at the eeme time. Mc, 50c, 11.00.
The display of fancy hoslory Isn't
confined to the shop windows on rainy
Whenever You Need a Oeneral Toaic
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally Valuable as a
General Tonic because It contains the
well known tonic properties of QUININE
and IRON. It acts on the Liver Drives
out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
Builds op the Whole System. SO cents
it answers every beverago
requirement vim, vigor, re
It, will satisfy you,
bjr full Dime
Tir- Coca-Cola Co., Atlanta, ga,
Good' That He Returned.
"Boy, watch my horso till I come.
back!" called a man to a boy loung
ing around tho station, as ho haBtohed '
tobld farewell to a departing friend.
"SuroP said tho boy, taking the)
Just then tho locomollvo whistled
and tho horso rearing suddenly, start-'
ed at full speed up tho road.
Tho boy startod aftor tho floelng anj-.
mal, nnd, as tho owner appeared, ex
claimed with relief: '. i
"It's a good thing you camo now,.Blr,'.
for I cpuldn't havo watched him much
"Constant vigllanco Ib tho price of
enduring boauty," said Lillian Russell.
"Diet, exercise, sun baths, tnassago'.
constant vigllanco," she ropeated, 'is
tho prlco of ondurlng beauty. Many
splendid boauttoa pasa their youth '
recklessly killing Ume. Then, before -they'ro
forty Urao, turns round and
If wo could only got all the kickers
and knockers togethor nnd compel
thorn to fight It out!
Trr Murine K;o Hema.lT for lll. Weak. WilirT
Kjra and Granulate.1 Hj.ua.: No HianlniZ
jut Hr. Comfort. Writ for iloos ofriT7;
br mall freo. Murine K;e Uemnlr Co., Chicago.
Somo pcoplo aro tlroloss la making
Smile on wash day. That's when you us
Red CroM Hall Ulue. Clothes whiter than
snow. All grocers. Adv.
It Is never too late to mend, but It '
Is just as veil If you don't havo to.
Tho moro dollars a man has behind
an argumont tho moro convincing It Is.
your complexion troubles with your
powder puff no need of either
when you uso pure, harmless
"Tue ALL DAY BEAUTY POWDER"
At all rlealers or by mall 50c.
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