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THE REAVER HERALD. HEWER, OKLAHOMA
An up-to-date remedy for
colds. That is what Peruna
is. In successful use over
Colds are caught In many
ways: Illy ventilated rooms;
rooms that have direct draughts ;
crowded rooms; damp houses;
stuffy school rooms; offices illy
A dose of Peruna at the right
time, at the first symptom of
cold, before the bones begin to
ache, before the sore throat
manifests itself, or the cough, or
the discharge from the nose, just
a dose or two of Peruna before
these symptoms begin is gener
ally sufficient. But after the cold
is once established with the
above symptoms prominent, a
bottle of Peruna, or maybe two,
will be necessary.
Make the Liver
Do its Duty
Nine times in ten when the liver Ii
right the stomach and bowels are right
pel a lazy liver to
do its duty.
end Distress After Eating.
SMALL TILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE.
Genuine must bear Signature
dwan m riki-a.
rUMP iHRIyATlUN deep, tjnblerrsneanlake
pareeofl water. Hlectrle puwer. Ilia markets. 83d
days sunshine 1913. lNMlliel7 health, wealth. ran
lentment, S.ALriLfA IMSaail).. 70tllMrB1 ,(!.
Hair Switches Made figf-a rafttsi.
Yon a sploodld switch. FHcm extremely rrMonublo.
NTrilem. KT1IIC1.DIKHL, Klns ix.au, Kro.
HAD OLD LADY'S GRATITUDE
Stories Boy Had Absorbed May Have
Been Inventions, but She Was
It was on a Wade Park car, on the
lino of 40 angles, and It happened but
n, day or two ago.
A boy of perhaps fourteen suddenly
nroeo from his seat and gave It to a
stout lady. Tho stout lady looked up
"You're a polite lad," she Bald. "Few
boys nowadays would do tho like."
"I guess you didn't read yesterday's
paper," said the boy. "There's a Btory
about a boy. -who gave up his seat In a
street car to a lady, and when she died
last week she left hira $7,000."
"1 didn't see It," said tho lady.
"Maybe ou saw the one about tho
boy who carried tho old woman's bas
ket and she gave him n brick house
and a moving picture theater?"
"No," said the lady; "I didn't eee
that one either."
"There was another one," the lad
went on, "about the boy who had u
lower berth in th' slecpln' car an gave
It to a sick lady nn' she left him all
her fortune. I don't know how much
It was, but It must have been an awful
lot. You see how It Is you can't af
ford to risk any chances."
The lady solomnly nodded her head.
"Hlesslngs on tho man who Invents
thoso stories," she solemnly said.
Cleveland Main Dealer.
SILAGE TO THE BEEF CATTLE
Results Given of Careful Tests Made
With Corn at Missouri Station
The Missouri experiment station has
recently published the results of some
careful tests of corn silage as feed for
It was found that a ton of sllago
was approximately equal to ono-half
ton of clover hay when fed In connec
tion with shelled corn and linseed oil
meal, or with shelled corn and clover
hay, or with shelled corn, linseed oil
meal and clover hay.
Estimated on the basis of net profit
per steer, a ton of dry matter In tbo
form of corn silage yloldcd B0.3 per
cent, greater value than a ton of dry
matter In tho form of shock corn.
A ration In which silage and clover
hay wero used was much more profita
ble than a ration In which silage con
stituted tho only roughage.
One of the most conspicuous feat
ures of tho test was tho notablo su
periority of the ration In which lin
seed oil meal was used and thoso In
charge of the tests concluded that "It
Is desirable to feed some high protein
concentrate In tho ration, If the most
extenslvo use Is to bo made of corn
sllago In fattening cattle."
The results tndlcato that fattening
cattle which receive corn silage as tho
only roughage do not continue to do
well for longer than about ninety days.
A superior finish Is obtained on fat
tening cattle which are marketed In
the Bprlng when silage composes a
part of the ration.
The lot of steers which received a
ration of shelled corn, linseed oil meal,
corn silage and clover hay made tho
No Fair Exchange.
"Sho has such a rich husband."
"And ho such a poor wife." Balti
Ihe wife said, "Bring home
a package of
Toasties are wonderfully
good at any meal, and
somehow seem to match
the. appetite of both home
folks and guests.
Bits of selected "Indian
Corn, delicately seasoned,
cooked, rolled thin and
toasted to a rich golden
brown that's Post
Fresh, tender and crisp,
ready-to-eat direct from
the package. With cream
and a spnnkle of sugar
"The Memory Lingers"
Toasties sold by grocers
When the appetite is
keen and the digestion
normal you can enjoy
your meals without fear
of distress, but how
different when the
stomach is weak and
your food causes I Icart
burn, Bloating, Nausea,
and Costiveness. This
suggests a trial of
Stomach Bit. ers
SEAT LITTLE GOOD TO HIM
Contrary to Attitude.
"Who Is running this thing'"'
"I am, and I propose to make
CAME INTO EVIDENCE
Smart Youth Had It But He Old Not
Proceed Far Toward Hit Des
tination. .An Important-looking and haughtily
acting joung man wus wandering up
and down on tho platform of the rail
road station of n small western city.
He wna Intent on llndlng nn empty
seat In the express, which was almost
due to start. Vainly did he 'search
each cur. Suddenly he assumed an
ofttclal air and, walking up to the
Inst car, he cried out:
"All change here. This car will be
Tho occupants of tho crowded car
uttorcd exclamations which proved.
their dissatisfaction, but hurried out
and packed themsehes In other
coaches. The face of tho )ouug man
assumed a bland and childlike expres
sion as ho settled himself very com
fortably In an empty seat.
Shortly after, tho station agent put
his head In at the door and said:
"1 suppose ou'io tho smart boob
who told the folks this car wasn't go
ing, aren't ou?"
"Yes," replied the bright jouth,
with a grin.
"Well," responded tho station agent,
"you wero right. It Ibu'I. The brake
man heard you culling out about It,
and no he uncoupled It. He thought
you wero an official." I.tpplncotl'a
Excellent Beef Type.
greatest gains In live weight, produced
the moBt economical gains, were tho
best finished and yielded the greatest
SORE SHOULDERS OF HORSES
Young Animals Are Especially Prone
to Collar Bruises Prevention
Is Best Solution.
(By H. T. n.VKnil, Veterinarian, Idaho
With tho advent of spring work
comes shoulder and foot troubles In
horses. Young animals, especially,
aro prono to collar bruises, on ac
count of Jumping around, unoven
pulling and jerking, which olTseta tho
effect of the best setting collar.
First of all, remember prevention Is
the easiest solution of the problem.
The old-fashioned method of bathing
the shoulders with an oak bark solu
tion, alternating with cold water, soy
oral weeks prior to working, thereby
hardening and "tanning" tho skin,
was a good one. This, of course, is a
tedious Job on a big ranch with many
horses, but will repay on colts.
A large collar Is Just as bad as a
tight one, and be careful that It Is
not lumpy. A firm, snug-fitting col
lar, with good pads, of course. Is best.
As a substitute for the oak bark, try
tannic acid In alcohol or glycerine. In
a 10 to 20 per cent, solution. Rub well
several times a day, and alternate
with a salt water solution. Uegln
work gradually, and should the shoul
ders get raw and Infected, the advice
of your veterinarian may prove valuable.
SHEEP WILL KILL W00DTICK
Grazing of Animals on Infected
Grounds Would Rid Them of
Plague, 8ays Government Expert.
That sheep are sum death to tho
woodtlck, cause of the dreaded allot
ted fover, seems to be borne out by an
experiment conducted by Dr. I D.
Krlck, a government expert. Doctor
Frlck placed about 150 wood ticks 'on
six sheep, dividing tfiom equally
among the animals. Or tho vlcks
placed on tho sheop all but six were
found dead 48 hours later, and the six
aro believed to have dropped to the
ground. The grazing of sheep on In
fected grounds, it la suggested, would
rid them of this plague. Twentieth
Century Farmer. ,
AT THE CRUCIAL PERIOD FOR
SUPPLY OF WORLD'S FOOD
STUFFS. The present demand for foodstuffs
In all parts of tho world, and tbo ex
pense of producing It on blgh-prlccd
lands, would mako It seem that west
ern Canada came Into evidence at the
crucial period. There is to be found
the opportunity that will be a large
factor In meeting this demand. With
Us millions of acres of land, easily
cultlvatable, highly productive, acces
sible to railways, and with unexcelled
climatic conditions, the opportunities
that aro offerod and afforded are too
great to be overlooked.
There havo been booms In almost
every civilized country and they were
looked upon as such, and In the course
of time the bubble was pricked and
was burst. Hut In no country has the
development been as great nor as
rapid, whether in city or In country,
as In western Canada.
Tho provinces of Manitoba, Sas
katchewan and Alberta have the larg
est area of desirable lands on the
North American continent, and their
cultivation has Just begun.
Even with a two hundred million
bushel wheat crop, less than eight
per cent, of the land Is under the
ploughs, four per cent, being In wheat.
Less than five years ago tho wheat
crop was only 71,000,000 bushels. It
Is n simple calculation to estimate
that If four per cent, of the available
cultlvatable area produces something
over 200,000,000 bUBhels, what will 44
per cent, produco? And then look at
the Immigration that Is coming into
tho country. In 1901 it was 49,149,
17,000 being from tho United States;
in 190G it was 18D.0G4, of which 07.000 (
wero Americans, and In 1913 it was I
nbout 400,000, of which about 140,000 ,
wero Americana. Hut why havo theyi
gone to Canada? The American farm- j
er ia n man of shrewd business In-1
stlncis, Just like his Canadian brother,
and when he finds that he can sell his I
own farm at from $100 to J200 per'
acre and movo Into Canada and home-1
stead and pre-empt half a section for ,
himself, and similarly for all his sons
who are adult and of age upon lands
as rich and fertile as those he left,
and producing lndocd several bushels
to tho aero In excess of anything he
has ever known, It will take more
than an ordinary effort, to prevent him
from making the change.
!And then, too, there is the American
capital following the capital of brawn,
muscle and sinew, following It so as
to keep In touch with the Industrious
farmer with which It has had dealings
for years back. This capital and the
capital of farming experience is no
small matter In the building up of a
Nothing is said or the great mineral
and forest wealth, of which but little
has been touched.
No country in the world's history
has attracted to its borders a larger
number of settlers In bo short a time,
or has attracted so much wealth in n
period of equal length, as have tho
Canadian prairies. Never before has
pioneering been accomplished under
conditions so favorable as those that
exist In western Canada today, Advertisement,
"Why do they hate each other so?"
'They aro rlvnlB." "Oh, both trying to
marry tho same girl, eh? That sort of
thing certainly does arouse man's pri
mal pussIonB." "In this cose It is
worse than that, They aro both try
ing to marry the same fortune."
No sick headache, biliousness,
bad taste or constipation
Get a 10-cent box.
Are you keeping your bowels, liver,
and stomach clean, pure and fresh
with CascArets, or merely forcing a
passageway every few days with
Salts, Cathartic Pills, Castor Oil or
Stop having a bowel wash-day. Let
Cascarots thoroughly cleanse and reg
ulato the stomach, remote tho sour
and fermenting food and foul gnaes,
take the excess bllo from tho liver
and carry out of the system all tho
constipated waste matter and poisons
In the bowels.
A Cascaret to-night will mako you
feel great by morning. Thoy work
while you Uecp nofer gripe, sicken
or cause any Inconvenience, and cost
only 10 cents a box from your store.
Millions of men and women take a
Cascaret now and then and never
havo Headache, Biliousness, Contcd
Tongue, Indigestion, Sour Stomach or
What Displeased Her.
"So your servant girl loft you
again?" said the woman at tho sales.
"Yes," replied her neighbor.
"What was tho matter?"
"She didn't ltko tho way I did the
Reliable evidence Is abundant that women
are constantly being restored to health by
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
The many testimonial letters that we are continually pub
lishing in the newspapers hundreds of them arc all genu
ine, true and unsolicited expressions of heartfelt gratitude
for the freedom from suffering that has conic to these
women solely through the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's
Money could not buy nor any kind of influence obtain
such recommendations ; you may depend upon it that any
testimonial we publish is honest and true if you have any
doubt of this write to the women whose true names and
addresses arc always given, and learn for yourself.
Read this one from Mrs. Waters:
Camden, K.I. -a 1 was sk-k for two years with nervous spoils, and
ray kidneys wero ufleulcd. I liml it doctor nil tho time and used a
galvanic battery, but notliiuir did mo any good. I was not able to go
to bed, but spent ray timo on a couch or in a sleeping-chair, and soon
became almost a skeleton. Finally ray doctor went away for hi.i
health, nnd my husband heard of Lydia E. l'inkham'K Vcgotablo
Compound ami got mo some. In two mouths 1 got relief and now I
am like a now woman and am at my usual weight. I recommend
your medicine to overy one and so does my huabaiul." Mrs. Tiixib
Watkiis, 11U5 Knight St., Camden, N.J.
And thisvone from Mrs. Haddock:
Utioa, Oki.a. "I was weak and nervous, not ablo to do my work
and scarcely ablo to lw on my feet, I had backache, headache, palpi
tation of tho lioart, trouble with my lowels,and inflammation. Sinco
taking tho I.ydia E. Pinkham's Vegctablo Compound I am better
than I havo been for twenty years. I think it is a wonderful inedi
cino and I havo recommended it to othors." Mrs. Maiiy Ann Had
dock, Utica, Oklahoma.
Now answer this question if you can. Why should a
woman continue to suffer without first giving Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial? You know that
it has saved many others why should it fail in your case?
For .10 years Lydia K. Plnkhatn's VcgctJiblo
Compound has been tho standard remedy for fo
nralo Ills. No ouo stele with woman's ailments
docs justice to herself If sho docs not try this fa
mous inodlclno made from roots and herbs. It
lias restored so many suffering women tobealth.
sflEWritoto LYDIA lM'INKHAM MIIMCINKCO.
MM? rrnNFIllKXTIAI.i LYNN. MASS.. for advice.
"i'otir letter will bo opened, rcail and answered
by u, woman and held In strict confidence.
The Haunted Man.
Again that ringing in his cars! It
was tho warning ho had dreaded, lie
knew his time hud come. Yot, al
though ho had sturtcd at tho sound, hq
seemed Imlf-dnzed luid wholly rare
less of the consequences. Hut still the
ringing In his ears! "Drat It!" he
finally said, nnd springing from tho
bed the careworn commuter shut off
tho alarm clock and proceeded to dress
for the 7; 10 train, Puck.
A man who makes n bluff at hust
ling succeeds In making others tired.
Feed Pigs Separately.
It Is always a good plan to feed
plgi in a separate pen. This can eas
ily be accomplished, by making tho
one adjoining tho sow with an open
ing just large enough for the young
sters to get through.
ALC0MOL-3 PER CENT
Avegttable Preparation For As
ling the Stomachs and Bowels cf
3 1 L'l Vk iWLf 11 I Ul
Drive that cough from your lyitem.
Dean's Mentholated Cough Drop will
urely help you So at all Drug btorea.
"How do they propose to entertain
the convention after business hours'"
"I supposed with canned music "
nessandRest Contains neither
Opiunt.Morphine nor Mineral
Anil 3iJ .
jr.- i t.t.j- .
ff.n. StJ .
A wrft Remedy forConslipa
tion , Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea,
Worms .Convulsions .revxrish
ness and LOSS OF SLEEP
Facsimile Signature of
The Centaur Company,
For Infanta and Children.
The Kind You Have
Guaranteed under the Foodan
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
Immhrratlon flcrures show that ths t
nonulatlon of Canada increased-dur-
ine 191 3, by the addition of 400,000
now settlers from the United States
and Europo. Most of these haye cone 1
on farms In provinces of Manitoba,
Saskatchewan and Alberta.
Lord William Percy, an HntlUh noUeman. i
Th neiilbllltlM and ODDOrtunlUet offered (
by the Canadlin West ata o Innnltolfl
greater than those which lit !r. .gland, .
that it teami absurd to think that peoplal
should ba Impeded Irom coming io wx
country where they can most easily i
certainly Improte Itieit position.
New districts are being opened up. .
which will maka accessible a great
number ot homesteads In OIUrtc!S
especially adapted to mixed larm-f
Ing and grain raising.
For Illustrated lltrrature and
reduced railway rates, apply to
Eupt. ot Immigration, Ottawa,
uanaaa. or to
125 W.eth Street
Kansas City. Mo.
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of this paper
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Why send your furs lOQQinllea frum borne! when ml
can get Jutt as guud prices of us ana bsve jiar
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worth on the market and coarse nu eounnWdou.
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AV and uet In on
W, N. U., WICHITA, NO. 9-1914.
"Let us get up a piscatorial excur
sion." "Can't do It. I've just arranged to
go on a Ashing party."
A conscientious man should back
up the good opinion lib has ot himself.
1 tab., bo sutler
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