The Seminole Sentinel (Seminole, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 48, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 5, 1920 Page: 2 of 8
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THE SEMINOLE SENTINEL
THE MERITS OF
Ini TMr latttn
Mrs. Martha G. Dal«, R. F. D. 1,
Cannon, DcL, writaa: “I am en-
tirely cured of chronic catarrh of
the stomach and bowels by PE-
Mr. J. Bayer, Glendale, Oregon:
•There is no medicine like PE-RU-
NA for catarrhal deafness.”
Mrs. Kate Marquis, Middlsburg,
Ohio: “PE-RU-NA cured me or
catarrh of the head and throat”
Mr. J. H. Collins, Wesson, Mis-
sissippi: “PE-RU-NA makes me
feel vigorous and able to work
without that tired, weak feeling I
usually have otherwise.”
Mrs. P. Ludvigsen, Austin, Min-
nesota: “I got rid of my liver
trouble and can eat anything since
Mrs. L. Hearing, 283 East 169th
St., New York City: “For catarrh
of the head and stomach, I have
found PE-RU-NA better than any
Mr. W. H. Edgar, 49 Cooper St,
Atlanta, Georgia: "PE-RU-NA
cured me after I had suffered
fifteen years with rheumatism.”
Mrs. Leona Dodd, R. No. 3,
Medon, Tennessee: “PE-RU-NA
b a grand medicine for coughs and
So many diseases are due to ca-
tarrh and catarrhal conditions,
makes PE-RU-NA the best medi-
cine in the world to have on hand
for emergencies and general health
protection. Thousand* of families
are never without a bottle of PE-
RU-NA or a box of PE-RU-NA
Tablets in the medicine cabinet
That Is the safe way.
You can buy PE-RU-NA any-
where in tablet or liquid form.
“Can’t you dig up anything for
“Sure; Til make It spades.”
“Yes, and lie’s an ace, too.”
WHY DRUGGISTS RECOMMEND
For many yean druggists have watched
with much interest the remarkable record
maintained by Dr. Kilmer*! Swamp-Root,
the great kidney, liver and bladder medi-
It ia a physician’s prescription.
Swamp-Root is a strengthening medi-
cine. It help* the kidneys, liver and blad-
der do the work nature intended they
medicine has so many friends.
Be sura to get Swamp-Root and start
treatment at once.
However, if you wish first to test thia
gnat preparation send ten cent* to Dr.
Kilmer k Co., Binghamton, N. Y„ for a
■ample bottle. When writing be cure and
mention this paper.—Adv.
Some men have a regular Sunday
morning attack of homesickness when
the church bells ring.
starts with a CoM
Kill tha Cold. At tha
Standard cold remedy for iO years
—in tablet form—eale, ture, no
opiate*—break* up a cold in 24
hour*—relievea grip in S days.
Money back If it faila. The
genuine bos has a Red
top with Mr. HOl'a
At All Drug Stars*
Tli, powerful. ht*]lug w«rmthl
of Hunt', Lightning Oil ,*<,*1
Irwt.i '.nil |«.eUI,e relief from
throbbing nrrve reeking lain-
of HSoum.ll.iM, Nour.ftfl.l
bmiUrhg. ete. Wound 7ftc leittl.M
Soap 25c, Oistmnst ?5 sad She. Tslcem 25c.
Money back without question
If BUNT’S SALVE fails in tha
treatment of ITCH, ECZKMfc,
RINGWORM,THTTOR or other
itching akin dlaeacea Price
«c at drwgglaia, or direct from
UlMefi MWn Ca.Ihwm.Tsa
&TJZST PWe“ t. mill wf**££
Uses ptoesaot te tefce. Ask your dra«iat fog
PI SO S
EPITOMIZED NEWS OF
IMPORTANT NEWS OF THE EN-
TIRF WEEK REDUCED FOR
BOTH FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Carefully Prepared for Those Who
Deeire to Keep Themeelves Post-
* ad on Events
The Italian railway unions have
voted by a big majority to call a gen-
eral strike, a dispatch from Milan de-
Paul Deschanel has been elected
president of France by the national
assembly. M. Deachanel received 734
votes out of a total of 889 cast.
Lettish forces have captured Re-
Ahitza, a railroad center about sixty
miles northeast of Dvinsk, according
to an announcement of the Lettish
The loss on all Australian common-
wealth railway lines for the financial
year ending June 30, 1919, amounted
to nearly $700 000, it is shown in fig-
ures in the annual .report of the rail-
Typhoid fever in epidemic form Is
spreading throughout Ukraine, accord-
ing to a dispatch from Czerowitz.
From other sources It Is reported that
20,000 persons are ill with the dis-
ease in the government of Kahrkoy.
Georges Clemenceau, former premier
and minister of war has handed over
the ministry of war to Andre Lefevre,
the new war minister. Immediately
after turning over the portfolio to his
successor M. Clemenceau left the min-
—■ Q —
With the disbanding of the supreme
council without a settlement of the
Adriatic question Premier NitU of
Italy declared he stood by his ultima-
tum that if the Jungo Slavs did not
accent It.air’s terms he would with?
draw his compromise.
The dutch government refuses to
•urrender the former German emper
or. In a note to the supreme council
made public in Paris, the Netherlands
government declares It can not be
found by the terms of a treaty to
iwhlch it is not a party.
A statement issued on behalf of Pre-
mier Lloyd George says there is no
■truth in reports that the British war
minister, Winston Spencer Churchill
and the general staff advocate the
sending of troops to the Caucasus or
any other part of Russia.
Japan’s object In agreeing to co-
operate with the United States in sup-
porting Czecho slovak troops in Si-
beria has been attained and the with-
drawal of Japenese troops from Si-
beria will follow, it was delcared at
a meeting of the advisory diplomatic
Russians who were deported from
(the United States were given what
might be termed an official reception
'Just outside of Tlyoki, Finiland. In
the crowd that greeted Alexander
'Berkman, Emma Goldman and their
comrades, was M. Zorlen, member of
the all-soviet executive committee.
Development or a new anesthetic
“which eliminates pain without loss of
consciousness and produces virtually
no nausea" was announced
Sir Thomas Llpton’s challenge for
America’s yacht cup probably will ba
officially accepted March 25 at a meet-
ing of tha New York Yacht club.
The judiciary committee of the
; South Carolina senate has reported
unfavorably the resolution to ratify
the federal woman suffrage amend*
A campaign to organize a junior
chamber of commerce of the United
States has been launched at the
national caucus of junior civic bodies
in session at St Louis.
Tha two buildings of the Buffalo
Evening Times have burned with a
loss of $500,000. The newspaper will
te issued temporarily from the plants
oi two other evening papers.
The open ahop, as It prevails In
Michigan, keeps that state virtually
free from labor wrangles, insuring
high-speed production, according to
Governor Albert E. Sleeper of Mich*
More than $3,000,000 worth of
whisky and spirtuous liquors have
been confiscated by the New York
international revenue officers here
since the eighteenth amendment went
Chicago’s health department is
swamped with appeals for nurses to
combat the spread of influenza and
pneumonia. Health department offi-
cials declared the city needed at least
10,000 nurses to handle the situation.
Three wagon loads of beer of var-
ious alcoholic contents and other bev-
erages valued at $10,000 have been
dumped Into the Missouri river by the
Kansas City police. The liquor dur-
been seized in raids by the police duo
ing the last two months.
Agreement on a constitution for
what would be the Methodist church,
to be submitted to the general con-
ferences of the Methodist Episcopal
Church and the Methodist Episcopal
Church, South, for ratification was
reached by the commission on unifica-
tion, (In joint session at Lewisville,
At least two lives were lost and
several persons were injured In a fire
'that destroyed the Main Hotel at Dal-
las last week.
All the 271 passengers on board the
disabled army transport Powhatan
have been transferred to the trans-
port Northea Pacific.
Ice and sleet on trolley wires com-
pletely paralyzed interurban traffic be-
tween Dallas and Fort Worth and Dal-
las and McKinney last week.
A general advance in discount rates
on commercial paper, Liberty bonds,
Victory notes and bank acceptances is
Announced by the New York federal
The embargo on the movement of
grain to and through all gulf ports,
which has been In effect since last
August have been canceled, It la an-
nounced by the southern export com
mittee at regiedal railroad headqoar-
iters at Atlanta, Ga.
Black-Draught Is Used by Virginia
Lady for Colds, Fever and
Other Troubles With •
Rocky Mount, Va.—Miss Mae Chit-
wood, of this place, recently stated: “I
have used Black-Draught for colds and
■tomach trouble and certainly havr
found It very satisfactory.
When I would feel bad and fever-
ish, as though I was taking a fresh
cold, I would make a good cup of
Black-Draught tea and it would soon
set me all right
I can recdtnmend It as a splendid
laxative and gladly do so. You may
publish my statement”
When you feel chilly, tired, fever-
ish, headachy and fear that you are
Sablng 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, present 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
Will Leslie of Sherman was elected
president of the Texas Hardware and j
Implement association for the coming ;
year to succeed W. A. Clampitt of
Kingsville. Other officers elected
far 1920 were Oscar J. Rea, Clifton,
first vice president; J. A. Johnson,
Estelllne, second vice president; Sam
Crowther, San Angelo, third vice
president; A. M. Cox, Dallas, Secre-
tary; Bland Smith, Bonham; C. B.
Hocker, Clarksville, and Moss Philip
Terrell, directors to serve three years
The disabled transport Powhatan,
which has been fighting heavy seas
and terrtfflc gales since Sunday, it
again adrift off Halifax.
Twenty-two articles of food reached
record prices in December, according
to the bureau of labor statistics, being
2.6 per cent higher than In November.
Camp Dix New York, has been
closed by quarantine because of an
epidemic of Influenza and dlphtherU
with many cases of other diseases.
Attacks on the ’’porkless’’ river and
harbors appropriation bill failed In ths
house and the measure was passed,
with its appropriation of $12,400,000.
Although reports received by the
public helth service shows at gradual
increase of influenza cases over the
country, Surgeon General Blue wye
there is no real cause “for people Jo
get panicky,” and that state and city
health authorities apparently had the
situation well in hand.
From now until the night of March
15 the annual returns covering income
for 1919 will be figured out and filed
by citizens and residents, together
with payments of tax due.* The bur
den of fulfilling this obligation Is laid
by law squarely on the shoulders ol
those who are American citizens or
Delegations from the western states
have apepared before the ways and
means committee of the house in sup
port of a government bond issue foi
$159,900,000 as an aid to reclamatloa
and irrigation, the fund to be n reim
burnable one, and the government t«
be repaid out of revenan front ths
Dots it Catch Yea (r t&9 Bsdt?
It may be that yon are mysteriously
attacked by pain in back (lumbago), or
nmba, “neuralgic” pain*—shooting any-
where. Backache of any kind is often
caused by kidney disorder, which means
that the kidneye are not working prop-
erly. Poieonoua matter and uno and
accumulate within the body in
abundance, over working the aick kidneys.
Perhaps you have become nervous, ea-
Cholly—Your daughter is all the
world to me.
Gotrox—Take her, with my blessing.
Cholly (to himself)— Gee whiz I I
got that so easy I wish I had asked
for more.—Detroit News.
THE CRACK 0’ DOOM
FOR NASTY CALOMEL
Polka Abandoning Old Drug for
“Dodson’s Liver Tone,”
Here in 8outh.
Ugh! Calomel makes you sick. It’s
horrible I Take a dose of the danger-
ous drug tonight and tomorrow you
lose a day.
Calomel Is mercury 1 When It comes
into contact with sour bile, it crashes
Into It, breaking it up. Then is when
you feel that awful nausea and cramp-
ing. If you are sluggish, if liver is
torpid and bowels constipated or you
have headache, dizziness, coated"
tongue, If breath is bad or stomach
sour, just try a spoonful of harmless
Dodson’s Liver Tone tonight.
Here’s my guarantee—Go to any !
drug store and get a bottle of Dodson's j
Liver Tone for a few cents. Take a
spoonful and if It doesn't straighten you
right up and make you feel fine and
vigorous, go back to the store and get
your money. Dodson’s Liver Tone is
destroying the sale of calomel because
it can not salivate or make you sick.—
Just before a man succeeds in get-
ting sll be wants in this world the un-
dertaker gets busy with bis person.
spondent, rick, feverish, irritable, hsvs
■pots appearing before the eyes, ban
under the lida, and lack ambition to do
thing*- The latest and most effective
means of overcoming such trouble is
to drink plenty of water between meals,
and take a tingle Anuric (anti-uric) Tablet
before each meal for a while, or until
Simply ask your favorite druggist for
Doctor Pierce's Anurio Tablets (double
Send 10 cents to Dr. Pierce’s Invalids’
Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., for trial package.
Yoakum, Texas.—"After using different
kinds of medicines
for kidney and blad-
der troubles will say
that I have given
Dr. Pierce’* Anurio
Tablets a fair trial
and waa greatly
benefited, and doff
I to all persona suf-
fering from kidney
I and bladder trou-
Route 4. Box 158.
I Could Not Walk
Rich-Tone b Making Me Strong and
Healthy.”—Says F. Maese.
“I was so very weak ski nervous, hai
loot all my appetite and had become la
sack a had physical condition that at
times I could not walk. I saw year ad-
vert iaeae cut on Meb-Tono and am now
taklaar It. I feel so mack better that I
take pleasure la recommeadlaa Rteh-
Toae to all say Meads as the very ktsf
goals la the world.”
and gain new energy
Rlch-Toae saakeo snore ted eorpaselea,
onrlehlaat aad pari tying the blood. II
contains all of the el*meats that aN
needed meet la maintaining strength
aad viger. Rich-Ten* rests the tired
nerves, restores appetite, Induces
healthful sleep—If gives yea all these
things which mean energy aad well-
being. Oet a bottle today—esly |LN
at all drug stores.
A. B. Richards Medicine Co., Sherman, Tern
SAFER THAN OIL STOCK
INDUSTRIAL STOCK OF MERIT
Owing to the Increased demand (or TRUCK
BODIES In the State of Texes, tha otdast-
Mtabltahed Wheel and Body Works In tho
State are offering a limited amount of their
stock at par, $10.00 per share. It la desired
to Increase the oapaclty of tho plant to
double Ite present output.
A contract now on hand necessitate* en-
larging Its pratent building, a* remunerative
order* hav* been refused owing to lack of
•paefi. • —-
At tho present price* of labor u<L ma-
terial tbs Investment will pay from II to
*Sro*r furthor Information addroso
BURTON WH**t, * BODY WORK*
1101-2101 N. Akard St. Dalian. Tessa,
The powerful, healing warmth of
BuntV Lightning Dll gives Instant
aad positive relief from throbbing,
terse -reeking pains of Rhmuna.
tlsm, neuralgia, Headache, eta. At
your drugglete, Me and 10$ a bottle.
Don’t stay stuffed-up 1 Quit blowing
and snuffling I A dose of “Pape’s Cold
Compound” taken every two hours un-
til three doses sre taken usually
breaks up s cold and ends sll grippe
The very first dose opens your
dogged-up nostrils and tbs air pass-
ages of your bead; stops nose running;
relieves tbe headache, dullness, fever-
ishness, sneezing, soreness, stiffness.
“Pape’s Cold Compound” is tbe
quickest, surest relief known and costa
only a few cents at drag stores. It
sets without assistance. Tastes nice,
Contains no quinine. Insist on Pape’s!
Physical courage can be bought
cheap, bnt moral courage Is
(Gamble at say price.
mr most mo m aorrut-ntsifkoo*.
Easy to Accomplish.
Bank Cashier—You will have to be
Lady—My friend here will Identify
Cashier—But I don’t know her.
Lady—Oh, well, F1I Introduce her.
—St Louis Globe-Democrat
Ths use of soft coal will make laun-
dry work heavier this winter. Bed
Cross Ball Blue will help to remove
that grimy look. At all grocers, 5c.
“The poet sang to his love, “Drink
to me only with thine eyes.*”
“She must have had liquid eyes."
R tYt3 Granulated, voes
I Sooth*s. KsMshs* 8fH
it or Adult AtaUDraggiets- Write far
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Stone, Harry N. The Seminole Sentinel (Seminole, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 48, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 5, 1920, newspaper, February 5, 1920; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth555576/m1/2/: accessed October 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Gaines County Library.