Sherman Daily Democrat (Sherman, Tex.), Vol. THIRTY-EITHTH YEAR, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 1, 1919 Page: 2 of 8
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mim DAILY DEMOCRAT
A E. C. HUNTER, riibliahers.
EUT ABIJ H8EB 187ft
Entered at the’ pnstoTfice at Sber-
man as mail matter of tha second
elsas according to act of Congress
.110 and 11!
Britain ami the United Stales li*ve
agreed that they idnvnld reiiohiira-
Fraino for a portion of the itcviiAla
li")l remlt'ieH iH'ii ssitry by the AHiril
cnuqiHigiik. Slrjikeii France, shorn
nr nil intuit ‘ISmIa* fp»m ttu*
enemy. ha* to
furjlier token «»f u«nh1 will from her
loyal :illiov Kimmo* a 1 \\uys lui* Ineii
n nation of honor. r Slu* soek** no fav-
ors ami ti» tio man <I«h*** <ho ileny jus-
STANDS ON SKIDS
’ iris thUa ! aF . ti
SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT-
;a«MHtnf«itt»tot» • out** >HuittiNitni
Members «f the Associated Urea*.
The Associated Tress ts exclusively i awl fitt:#ii« i.illy crippled In
entatted to the pee for repnltficntlnn
«< all1 news dispatches credited to It or
not ftftierwlse erFdifefl In this paper
•ad also the local news published here-
in. All rights of -repnblloatlon of
•fteHal* dispatehes herein are also sc-
t iii- . Iti'iulifi'il Industrially iiM(Nitetil
lomis iif the*|Ui‘posi'd |iencv settlement,
slio is st rtiBglinir'liritvvi.v to .wanf, off
bniiki ii|ifi y. 'Tin* question of grati-
til'll- is nil. on Hie side of Vtiieri' ii nod
Mall sobwrfbers changing local long
Mould give the former address ns well
a« the new one. Mutiscrlliers served by
carriers will ptense assist the man-
agement In rendering- good service by
notifying rhe Demoitrut about irregu-
’aidties and otnisxhma.
Tiic W'leo Times- Ilergi.il says :
daring that four Irnins dally wen
supplied tin* Milwaukee breu'ers dur
ing the Iiniisjiortatioii fpiuiuti.
soldiers tint hi lint Imj sent to ports,
niiij Unit wI l.arrels of wine w re -hip
i its' .i lerberl t 'ofey. i
New York. April 2k- Smokers, lie
mile. Tile pijM'le.ss mini and the eigur-
etless vvomnn will get you it you don't
If just one voter in five will vide
ugaiHst tobaeeo vote the way llie pro-
liiliitiotlists voted against Iwaizc—
liefiie Nicotine already has tli<‘ skitts
Tinder her. That may seem absurd to-
day. Imi pure mathematics is never
really rrdicith^ Tin* aiititoinieco
equation; <1111 la* worked out with the
same eils-e ih-il the ttpli-liipmr prnb
bur was' All Unit 1*. needed is an or-
wheti giinlzatimr of .determined men and
AViinjpti. a little moiwsy- qh-idy of ill-
ti llfgenee and spun* time. Then good-
Any erroneous reflection upon the
character, standing or reputation of
any person, finn or corporation which
may appear in the columns of the
Democrat will he gladly corrected up-
on It being brought to tin* attention of
| |K*d daily hi vessels at the time when
America was striving to y-oop. • |m,| tisx-ii :i part of the Anfl SnItiWt..tal'T-h* "alnir
.and supplies to tin,' friuiJ. Mis. |h i j Icagtn ■« directorate during the last j linn aniimnt. The very
Yesterday I talked with a man who
warping-; The intrenched litjuor fnter-
f*i i'l is l.mglivtt.
"Money tulk«.” said they. “Money
talk -. ’ ■ •'.
Tiny iiersistisl ni • uenuiug dives
which Mere the rcsoHs of tile worst •
ehai uitids. The natural. iniiMnpniiu.'I
Mas flint when tla* |»-up!e got. a chance j
to gi'Y ai such din's th v expunged j
. ’ : tlietii. (fne j»p.fWe oddities of the liiptor j
■ situation Is that in mu ns whieli have I
| iH'i'ti untidily well administered, where !
.scs igiM’d local laws have liein enforevd by i
fearless officials, and where in coii.se-J
qtieiiee ti;*' saloons have been clean and J
respectable; if*.* “wets ' have nluuwr in-|
variably triuUiplicd at cb'ctions. Kast j
orange. \ is a snmtile. The ori- I
ental .< irangeniiiti has always been able !
M'get his drink, in a iptict. clean |ilnee. I
Which eloscil ai a decent iinnr aiith in |
which lie mot pleasant men. Naturahj
ly lie voted for tile cainnuance of f
sucll places. Hut Hie leaguer pointed
out that there were few' towns In which
the In|nor interests had - shown such
i oilsidemti.*ii, or had -uch considera-
tion' forced upon tiiein., .
Im irlKtitally', he said that jfie leagues
eptnprd'gti Tic re 111 New York was a
surprlsiiigly snnft! one. "We did not
receive any coulrilniliim larger titan
lily three of
rich men of
TKuytJayrMay I. 1919
..gi -x iA ”
t#. r.v^**’* *
The Value of Home-baked Foods
If. WIum’Iat. prohibit inn
! hn j fto ffr«f tun
| in flip 4lrivp for tin1 joiopflon of tin*
I stati* \vhl<‘ proUihilipii .•miojohnotit I'*
j tlHX.IVxas rou.yf vt.i)t ion (ill M:i,v ’ 1*4.’*
Tin* host Wji\ Jo' p|vv«»IM |ln* po**sil»il
j ijtv of siu ii hlmuh rs iii ilu**funij*<» is i<»
j wi|H‘ ifir \v1iiKk,v. l nif/ir uui entirely.,
fjliul rr<‘\;ms mIioiiIaI Jo Hu* i>olls on
: I Ik* tilth- n.-imojl •}i!ii| show Jluif lh<\v
oniJor fii»m T'‘" Ih' i‘tMM*niiHl fin.* nntihoo/."J Ymk Tin* UAn-kol'lHors it in I so on j
rt s’ phut of < ;snipjiiirn jttM'l . vturuA'stAMl j - «ii«i i-u»J iri' <• ji t*f*n*. Most of the
that ii inijcht Im* «»H»ily ai'pUt^t fn ofhiy ♦•(.fittihtuions Wrr<» snutH.”
roiortns. It i< ^ttJifnJPuol iof.-tllihli*. fhpro is ia tip for tho sntokors.
■‘All mu ikmmI is'hi.i miifo<l jh*y*. 1 Freiil#.vour tu i^hhor kindly. I»ti’t j
rout tin* votrrs.” sniij hr. “who m ill;j *n»okr yom pijn* on Hie potvh of Sun-
knife* thrir tirkrf—any tirkrt if! dny inorniti** if you -n* him i>(*^itt to
Jim A'ssnry to win thoir fiuli!.” ! ffhirc* aful lirrit* him hr^lu to snort op
fhr pori-h !tr\f door. I u> not this is I
<*u r\iH«t TiM.H'hil ijo pot do not carry j
. , . . * .. n huriird out ciimi- on street rats
fusod to look at tiny other^ttom of any
platform. Tie \ voted for the le^isht
Th(ife is no se.rret jthotit that now, ,
of rotirsi*. Tie* Anti Saloon- leatniers- re- ;
It goes without saying that home-
baked foods are fresher and more
wholesome and economical than
When one remembers how easy
and sure is baking with Dr. Price s
Cream Baking Powder, it is under-
stood why thoughtful, thrifty wo-
men are today baking more than
Health is protected and quality in-
sured by baking home with
W lit it the vis a vis hetrins In t*irn pale
alter inhaiitu: \«nir (’eimeefieut I I'M-
l.hgislnturc | WJlIshy ,w „,rtkiu« i.tii-iiH-se' 70?-, ’ho.'.zk. iCr^'.lml tiillliiVtim I ...... *•*«**'•<•"*■ *f'>•*•*
' (ever. j men who would not piedge ......
whisky find t ly
11u. | live mid eotigi'essinnnl f'Hiididates who j
would pledge tlicins'clves to- .■ vote
j lire for ilbolisllillg wilieL-e milt lliiVlIi'1
Wile- the Nbw- Yrtlk
ti.lJbnriK'd a ft'w week* ago,
Stdilli of Unit state remarked that '-llie
Ilepulilicun nmjpiity in the atoyonhly
gave itself solely to the care of jtrop-
etty anti' property rights. Bv Weir
refusal to even debate humanitarian j ))0(,t
njiutsurcs, leiKling to safeguard the j’lm)rlsl. 'made two joint lecture tour's Utrtfiglit-mit hargaiti with
Hym. the-health and the welfare of ‘ in INKN-ti anil issiMNi. Riley after-1 “In fuel, we did not want
| uiLfds thus interestingly descrihcd j goody-good nil'll us candidati's."
J»'ye us ii. traveling companion“Tin; i the leaguer. “$Ve were aboyt to *'c- j\
person who tlesiMscs
sensitive ears at liall ganres.
mutt DKsnraNKonix |
NYE AS TRAVELINCi PAL i might lie apart from bis pledge. He'+" '
——— j might make, a profession of tmtrtler i •....... .. - .
.Tallies Wliltenmb Riley..“the Hoosier | and arson, hut the leaguers dhl nut " 1,1 ‘"''i.u .1 »■ "id.
and f>rgitr \Y- (Bill) Xye. tile jtu- j cunv The league made .a
know• wjait it is talking about
llii' fragi'a.iit. wood—ran clap 'the lid
in• rfi■ i'l e!11'z‘o v T'1" Aiilj-Salnftn league *ays
' B- aiuf- if you .don’t believe the league
men, women and elifltlren. they otiuu-
elated the (Miliev Hint our great liuninu
resoureetj uiiist take <'are of theni-
Tndests coining from every eonser
vatiVe source sustain this seorehiug
ijudk'tmeut. The tendencies tinis
shown are consistent with tin- latest
Biepuldicau attitude as manifested in
the organisation of eomtuittec's iu
of Mr. i beaten iu
the Illinois legislature when j
Bn! Con do believe ii.
iplailitliess Mill whinisietilit.v
NyeV liunttir was the liofable tiling | a matt could iiot lie descrihcd as
a limit him. It was unaccountiiliic upon i eilgbms- came to our aid. lie had
any jiart ieular theitry, I b jtist seemed j own private, reasons for coining,
nfiturnl for liis niiuii-.tii work at that; "‘I'll help yon skin those
gjtif. lb' reeogid'/cii'the mat ter-ofVfnrt j dcumci.t and fully described wets,' said
view others, took of the tf'iByral prop-1 he.
ositlon of life, and sympathiri'd with! “The city charter of t'iiieagn^ was
it. but lie did mi wilh-a native ten-1 up for legislative action and
FRIEMIS 01 Ci \RK ISK.
If tlii'c's any thing ip. " „
yitiitup t'lark., if . nominated
eon- f................. ....
llomnernts to run for nreshlent in UI'JO,
-lumld win in n walk.Cievelalid and
Mi Ison, the only llemocratie presi-
dents sinie file tlvil
Made from Cream of Tartar derived from grape
Contains No Alum-
Leaves No Bitter Taste
Congress. • -
Republican policies have always | petuate a rhlieulotts ai t with a
placed first emphasis on preservation!'1^" « knowing full w.-lj
. , ■ . , MIjom* wlioxjnv <u* hi'iinl woYiiu In
......................Anr-w* .**e^ ^
SEE rr AND HEAR Il\ TOO.
Edisiiu Expect* Isnir l ife.
Shum.m has oiganized a fifteen Thomas A. Edison passed liis sevi'n-
pit'ct' twtss. huno, and is l iaimed by ic-sccond birthday eti route to liis
McKinney ( oiirirr Ca/.ette to he a j,,,, (1| Fort Movers. Fla.
very noisy organization. It is
of myself, ami JtMSrtl by my nnceatora
l am really not it niidtlle-ngt'd man
now. My great grandfather lived to lie
BM. my grandfutlier wiis log wImn )m
died, ami my futlb‘r reuched M.”
Mr. Edison then made a rapid eaieu-
on-rise *S,oo,or-1 Uie a.o. ooo/.e auiri j. one likewise. Cleveland Mas ehristci,, IParker. I« put oil ti b'i’g pa-' ^pj, ‘^T bigness ontimK't ! httl-..u and said, “I I heir three ages
r rhlhX^ an;,hitSj hutT^i ......—ko,.,tH^ w,th “
: needed to put eifher lull then*. So orff'
new recruit made a bargain 'Vith the , - - ' ... ,' 11 "i|l,'ly
' i hart w 'i ifftcrs ' ' called^- lleatlehttMvp hy lirs
llepnblicnn vle*j||j(t fa(.,, f„r s(ltlM. eiuifinpation of ^.“j'-uj ftlie anfiliiioze bill on tliecal-1V*i't* 'the ^ ' !l^" 1111 ""11 Yather.
nwiltt in-iegishi five bodies are largely j their suspicion tlitit it was time to | eiulai and well help hut the charter
drawn from the employing and
of proiK'ily rights.
•• i ioiitAwffli
j johsSnffl! lie found for., fighters and | ir'inkle, I hope
I workers home front the war if lms(ness i eentury av.oritee.
i men M ill
to maintain (Ids
New York >Suu,
wealthy ('lasses. Men. of this typN
even tliougli perfectly lamest, realize
with difficulty the struggles of the
xVorking masses, aud do not understand
their needs or deuntuds or what'iii jus-
tice fliey luive a right, to ask.
The primary purpose for which any; Kver since the
government, is established is to pro- j vailed, upoii the moiiwh
teef and promote file well being, not 1 thmth Sea Islands t >
canny y. nth saw
lattgli. Tliev Imd to* make up .tlicit' I hill *>u,' said If. They agreed- but j ” l1; t"*1''i '' itlr " l*i«'li
levity in his eoiiMtenama*. As' he '•xvhnld I were, ehildren in polities. -But the new ; ' n “ 11 UL 11 '*■
say. lie did liis Inyghing Vlsi'whcrv.'" | recruit closed one eye: 1 iuib'ini'iit
--— “‘Thev go together.* said he. .-‘or t,7. . ... . .
('I.OTlIES Kll.llNti OFF they don't go.' " : -iml w iiuihm hhn Vma mdre iV’re"'TT
SOI Til SKA ISLANDERS., So that's ,lie way- fl.ieago go. its i s .fa fa, ^^ ,1 ^ !
■ . ------ > charter and Illinois dried up. 1 here ................ ;<• , .
i, I ,, . i U'wnui. Now if tirecedPats count tor
(-Jlmve t een other trades. Railroad legis ;. . ., ■ .. ., .. *.
an.' Hung, says the l.astcin editorial
writer who pointed out
a 11 iter
lt lias justified his
carrying him to succes
01 I) ..... will go right ahead and not stag
Vbclg wllVkV Ivlcainntp affairs by waiting for lower An Inventor has combined a ealcti-
! prices. ! flat' and savings bank,-each date com-
MPUM mi . ii - -i g,. i "I am-feeling great." the inventor I prising a laa'eptaeh* for a (a>in. which
■St Vs "C are S*’ ■ Jn *b® OnOej replied to a (piestion airoijt tils health. ! can only he removed by tYestroylitg tlie
renamno niicinecc-enme i*'I IciVt*
Uierely of the capitalists and wealthy
classes, ilul of all the people down to
rJup humblest worker.
Tite iVmoei'iitio party Juts come
elpser to tlie' common people and has
sought: more anxiously to promote tlie
general welfare. Its foremost aim is
sociir! justice, to improve working
eoinlitions fur the rnnss pf 11m peoide.
By giving its first attention to these
great, cuds, it works for tlie security
of all institutions. Tin; voters in the
country at large wilt not lie attracted
by toiirtpucilts toward reaction which
the Republican lenders of tlie great
state of New York have just manifest -
shirts and trousers, the liativ.o have, wanted and were prepared to pity tliiM — . a,__
been subject vto .sicknesses they : hju! price. On the aufliority of ,'l(' HERMIT ROOSEVELT INDE
ikm'it (IreHiiied of in the days when ! leaguer heretofore piloted, one voter I’KYDFVT nv I’Wm-'K'tt Pixn'
they roained the .isles......shirk luikcd. i in eueii five in the- I'liited States | * _
i lieir condition lias heeoni(> s i hail! could upset the solar • system and're- j -pm, vi-omns ,,.wi U!,
that British nierchiints are protesting|petti law of supply and demand. ! T,.(MKM.v,,]t ;|’s 1 in
a gat list the teaching that natives who 1 lie other four voters eatt lie depend , tVtvork of his four sous is illusti-
want, to go to heaven must keep their jed on to vote straight tickets. The fifth j,, „„ im'.i(l(>11| V'lavin, <
Mhos covered. Tlij-y say the eoeoaimt j mail scratches ruthlessly, am! litis- I*1* Sedgwick Cooper in liis hook "ni ter Ii
groves are iM'ing deserted lieeatise the j way. islanding .South America." 'speakiw 4
workers are dying. »„u\ the leaguer. !l | of the eohmells visit to Soulh Atm-rb 11
the KngliHli'huw imtiportlen the om* in five fa-
stand, same good workmanship.
Give *^s your business if you want
MODEL SHOE SHOP.
North Hide Square.
have always taken pretty good care j device.
D. M. HESTAND, M. D
Second Moor Commercial Bank
In tlie <dd days when
Office Phone 157.
Residence Phone IlUi.
Kuropeau crises come in flocks.
(Juai'iintcc your futnre wifh victory
Trust Mexico to misuse Hie psycho-
logical uiomcnl. ' ■'
How to welcome tlie returned
Hive him a good job.
id rector Wilson, in cliargc of tlie
pom a- oratorio, finds Italy singing off
Italy seems to lie trying to impress
upon the Pence Conference that merely
lying Iteyond .the Alps gels a hit mon-
bishop of N’('«' (juinca could say
truthfully i ..“A hall-of .twine would
eliitlie niy flock of Papuahti,'' .the
people were healthy. They miss their
daily stin haflfs. They used to rah their
I indies wifh eiicoanut nil. which caused
the rain to slide off their skins.ami
also protectee them from the cold. N m
the women do not oil tht'ir liodips. tic-
etntse the "shtne" wouldn't sii'rHgatoBF
how. The eKdliing now worn hy the
niltives gets wet ami causes them to
get pneumonia. The missionaries said
dancing won Id keep them out of
The potilicnl titan
was "a sort of a dream,
old man. far reniovetl from tlie political
eenters. in a non-pivotni state, first
hud tlie dream, tie used to talk hlirtut
it at, prohihitJon conventions until the
people began to regard him as a Imre.
'The (Jenna us thought Hltidehliurg was
a little nutty hefore the war, because
lie talked so, much about tlie Muziirian
Lakes. Tlie other prohibitionists put
their Xcnfidenee in prayer aiid exbor-
Iieaven, so tin* merely sit and tatioii.
broad over their civilized wonililbin. j "Faith.” said tile old man, quoting
-» ..... from authority, “without works is
An instrument lias'-been invented. livK'di"'- We've got to 'heat these liquor
a New York mini .In.determine tlice.ir-1al ’"icir cwn game;”
reel lialam e of aeroplane pi'opidlersj ' '1 iu t lv the anti boozers
ami iniMisi'.n* jMisstliU* <lif(ViM‘m t»s i o-j
tlVtHHI tin* hlados.
fniteil i H "vaziliun coffee magnafi'. hy
’’ vvliotu. Roosevelt was euh'rtained. re-
j,. ,,iyurke'l Unit he was especially im-
..,1 i il.t'"*'. I,,,< ss,,d with, an incident connected
' '■ witli Hu* L*olt»iu*l's s-i»n. Kcnuil. w hra ut
thirt filin' was working quietly ns an
engineer in tliewilds of Brazil One
ninlliilig. Mr. Roosevelt said that lie
was going to take'breakfast, with lii^
son. and for tlie first time it was
'earned that the former President
htuLsi son in Brazil. "Tlie thing tiiat
seeuiwi unusual to us," said the Bra-
zHityi "was that, ii son of a former
President eotild he down here work
tug quietly, 'on his mvn.' a« ii business
man. and no one knowing about if, and
especially asking no favors on the
s*irerrsili of his father's reputation."
IIUltra. 8 a. ra. to B p. m.
Peels Off Corns
You may talk about Italian sunsets
aiid the balmy air of Southern Cali-
fornia. These an' iicrfewt days. Knjoy
them and gel lots of, tiie ticsf air ont
The Great Corn Loosener of the
Age. Never Fails. Painless.
Af corn mashed, squeezed and
crushed, all day long, in between two
toes! You can try the desperate,
" treat 'em rough" way aud try to dla
Enemies of civilization and good
government are hus.v trying to create
anarchy in our own good land aud
country, Bombs were found in %e
uiails addressed to prominent Mien of
our, gpverument. Murder aud terror is
Baseball managers with stars hack
fbom fho Shipbuilding league Will lie
lying awake nights now trying to
11>lpk of souiytliiug they can put on the
liall that will m#ko it hark like a
propellers me amiii
'l'eni'cs tio.i point and is gun to 'practice the new
system, legislators and . eongrcssnien j
j were pledged in advance, publicly orj
j secretly. If they refused to pledge, i
j they were always beaten in tlie end, Itj
might take the league years, but it a!- ;
ways came home witli the coonskius. j
The t'nited States was surprised
wiieii congress voted it dry, Imi the
league was not. The league had known
two years before just what would hap-
pen. The day after the election two
years before the league had been able
jticsay to itself that the Cnitcd States
I would on a known date lie as dry as a
[hired man iu August.
"We have hi'cn aided a great deal
j by Mu' lack of intelligence of the liquor
| men." said the leaguer. "They have
ii('v<mV,been aide lie think within twelve
months of tis."
| lie-gave as an instance of tlie
jbeerish school of tbought tlie recent
j "No beer, no work” slogan in Jersey
land other States. "Just at a moment |
i ciil're.iil '
So-callei] (‘hineso p;ipc»r is riunH*
I f rom tlio pith of «*i Formosan jivo.
Give Us Your
TRANSFER Business, j
Wo ipiul anything any place any time,!
anywhere. If von have anything in (ids !
line Phone 7.'I and you can dppeixl oil |
it Country trips a spe<'ialty.
Eearis' Transfer Co.,
. L K. JOHNSON, Prop.
Phone 73—That's Me
Everything in Seatmn.
Merchants Lunch Served Doily,
11 a. m. lo 2 p. m.
SERYED LIKE YO# LIKE IT.
J^JANY bed-ridden cuffercrs from
The State Federation of Music
Clubs is holding its annual ipycting in
Sherman. Being music eon ter there
should Ik* a love feast, harmony unal-
loyed and those of our citizens who
attend the sessions will find that musi-
cians ore enthusiastic about their art.
The real cultured musician is some-
1 hue* called a crank, lmt he don't
m^iMt that, knowing full well that tlie
<•10- follow lias not approached the
ih'IMits of an art that makes the world
happier W better and dm.
firings earth and heaven nearer.
“Two Drops of 'Ur(»-I(’,—Thai's All!"
rendblcrpea^ulfmJnles^Sa^M^y |«ss.s.<cv' hy the brewers gave to as in
nnd iiss “Gets-It." It's easy for | revenge.
jwlten tlie world is tearing the spread
j of the social upheaval." said lie. "the
ihtewers come in with this threat of re-
llirllion. The iieople Mould pot stand
! for it. It angered litem. In some towns
j I lie 'brewers used to tax all business
I they, did with other merchants 1 per
I cent to pay the cost of their campaign
( against us. Perhaps we made almut as
j much out of that as the lirewcra did.
The angered merchants who had been
"Gets-It" to remove corns in hard- i revenge
to-get-at places. It’s a liquid—at
wonderful painless formula—it has
never been successfully imitated. It
settles on the corn, and dries im-
mediately. Instead of digging out
the corn, you peel it out painlessly.
There's no sticky plaster that doesn't
stay "put", no salve that Irritates or
Tubs off._ You reach the corn easily
.With the little glass rod in the cork
of every "Gets-It" bottle. It doe3
hot hurt the true flesh. Try it, trot
and smile! It’s a blessing: never fails
ps“GetS-lb" ttm guaranteed, moiioy-
back corn-remover, the only sure
way, costs but a trtfle at any drug store.
iM’f'd by K. LuwrenCo & Co., Chicago, 111.
Bold in Sherman and jecmUnjemtcd
aa the world's lawt com “remedy by
UhtHscock Drag t'o, H. f,. Sln'chey.
Keith's Drug Store and earl it. Nall.
Most of tiieni voteil for ns iu
too. arid so did tlleir friends
| They Would not' clona up their own
j business, either. Brewers and dial ill-
; crs alike were m a rued if they did not
provide 1 tetter bear and bettor whis-
ky there would Is' a, revolt, against
them of tiie outraged palates. Yet
“rectifiers"- Meat on “rectifying" in
Ithek roiuns, making Warranted Obi
Kentucky t'oru Lieker out of eologud
spirits, prune juice, earn met syrup,
itlal a fcM- other odds irtlfl ends. Boer
hecnine a cliemieal nightmare. Now and
then wood alqoltol made its appenr-
aiw-i'. I irlukhig men and
and bishop* ffnil stneet car
backache and rheumatic pains owe
their condition to the fact that they neg-
lected the first warning of kidney trouble.
Piompt action at the first sign of dis-
ordered kidneys will prevent much suf-
fering. Keep the blood stream ptire by
keeping the kidneys healthy and the
poisonous waste matter that causes pain
and misery will be eliminated from the
DR. A. H. BRADEN
have brought relief to thousands oi suf-
fering meif and women who were af-
flicted with backache, rheumatic pairs, stiff oi
swollen joints, sore lunacies, dizziness, puflinets
under eyes, floatint specks, biliousness, bladder
weakness, loss of appetite or other symptoms oi
'DISEASES OF CHILDREN.
Office St; Vincent’s Panifaritim.
. Phones, Office 176, Residence 1970.
WHEN BUYING AN AUTOMOBILE
One could consider the merits of all
£ ranging within a radius of a few
hundred dollars in price of the car they are
mostly favorable of buying. Sometimes
it pays to pay a little more and sometimes
it doesn’t pay to invest quite so much.
Buick cars have the reputation of being
the best buy of any automobile on the
American market, also Buick cars depreci-
ate in value less than any other car.
If you are considering the purchase of
a real automobile, better call us and let us
demonstrate the new models to you.
When better Automobiles are
built Buick unit build them.
Grayson Buick Co.
110 North Crockett.
B. M. WHITEACRE.
D. E. HOUSE.
H. P. MILLER.
* ■Mri. Sftm C. Small* Clayton, N. M., writes:
In January I was taken bad with my kidneys
and bladder. I had been in bed two months,
but kept fettintf worse. Then I got so bad some-
thing had to be done. We noticed an advertise-
ment in tue Clayton News for Foley Kidney
rills and we sent for some. They hive done me
more good than all the medicine 1 have taken.
1 a in better than 1 have been lot years,"
* , - Solti Everywhere.
Dirges' Filling Station
OLD FALSE TEETH
We pay as htgli an $.",0.00 for old
false feelii of affy description. Old,
broken jewelry,, Iwidgework, crown,
gold and silver also bought. Why not
Umi them into money'; Mail to
rSKT IWB & BYRENS,
I even suitor* in some cltlos issued' 1019*4 ELM ST^ DALLAS, TEXAS.
Comer Travis and Jones Streets
WITH THE INNOVATION OF
No Wait—No Delay
Oil-Gas-Air-Water Now at Your Service
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