The Kiel Press. (Kiel, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 19, 1903 Page: 2 of 6
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f HE KIEL PRESS.
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J 11. CRIST, Editor nd Prop.
A FoilTY-1 ni'h Yi.iv -Coal of that
thickness lias been discovered nine
miles north of Vinita.
Lkuini.ativk Ci i l:ks.—Clerk hire for
this session of the ten it-rial assembly
amounts to SI 1,17-. In K>01 it was
Tomato Skki 1'i;i r —The Shawnee
Canning company is supplying the
farmers with tomato beed without u
price on it.
For Wati k Systkm Alva is to vote
on issuing £ '..'>,000 « f .six per cent 30
years bonds to put in and recpair the
Pkownko With His lloos.—C. (\
Hunt, whose farm is north of I'onca
City went to Ins pens on the bank of
the creek to save them from the freshet
and fell in and was drowned.
I'kksskd Hiuck at Tkmpi.k -Within
sixty days a St. Louis firm will have a
Ross-Keller pressed brick machine, the
l est that is made, in operation in our
city, sji3*n the Temple Tribune.
Hi'sinkss Ci nhi s.—The inspector
anil collector of the occupation tax in | [riots'.
Oklahoma City has been taking a cen-
sus of the business * f the city and
shows over a thousand business lines.
Higgins (Jets a I'i.ack. -Charles
Curtis has secured the appointment of
William Higgins, former secretary of
state of Kansas, as a special agent for
Indian Territory in the interior depart-
Woi'ld Not Lf.avk His Cnor. — A
North Canadian Valley farmer was
offered a 810,000 job as superintendent
ijimrmitln* mil Finally t<> Hy
Adoptlou of Confirffire Krpurt
Th> hill appropriating f<-r nn rf build
inc- Ht tin* fcdniond normal wmn pa- • «1 by tin-
. -uiii-il hv n vi tr of t«' 1 Pnnubnt AU'xan
tier opiM>-ed tli*-bill ami initio' of a ni«
tloii to r«-con *idfr thi* v<w.
M.Tiikvart'H biiul hill whs kill".
6, in nininiitt*'*' of the whole council.
}uiHseii the hoiw
. • •inmitti ••
stit ut tonal
Tlte hmi-e approved in
providing for < ailing a eon
ti on on tin-plan adopted bj
raneaitat«nood< .... .
I "poll niiuest «>f educatiHl Indian* n l il! is
l* fori- th. house requiring Indian- t" observe
tin- territorial Iuwn relative to marryuitf.
Tin committee of the council appointed to
investigate the charge* of hoodlin^ and hrti..--
in . ••nnectiou with the parage "f the tpiaran
tine and the text hook hills, rii*ointiii inle.l that
till-evidence In-referred to the enuntv at tor
tii v. Ch«irmnn Hnkniu said there was evi-
dence Huffieicnt to convict.
The cotinetl virtuallv killed the Mathews
hi use quarantine hill by amending it hy ex
ci pting the «>*ngc reservation
The council pastitHl a hill providing that nor-
mal school graduate* be entitled to life cer
ti Ilea tea to teach.
Tile house pnssiil the hill giving the hoards
of county teachers examiners live days in each
quarter to hold examinations atul grade pa
jwrs An act was paused authorizing county
commissioners, after a spi-cial ehvtion has Imm-ii
held and a majority of the county has voted
for such matters, to levy a tax not to exceed
lo mills for adv one year and authorizing the
continuance of such levies for a in-riod not ex-
ceeding five veara to create funds f. >r the pur
Ih>si> if < onstructinir court houses and jails
The act was approved by the house whi,-h
creates a hoard of six regents to control all t he
normal scIiikjIs. the university at Norman and
the Tonkawa preparatory school, -f which the
governor and the territorial superintendent
are to be mend ers; also the hill for county de-
iHisitorics providing that county deposits shall
l>e let to the highest hiildei also the hill giving
r to HchiMil superintendents ti divnie dis
The council passed the amended iiuarantinc
bill and sent it back to the house. Thel'hamp
lin oil inspection hill was approved ■ already
tWHMil by the house. The bill passi«d which re
quires retail merchants to give their creditors
notice whenever they sell their stocks.
Councilman Hiekham has a I ill before the
council requiring district clerks to account
for all fees riveive 1 in territorial and ciinimai
eases. I'nder the present law the clerks re-
tain these fees.
The house passed Wagoner - county deposit
hill. It provides that county treasurers every
two years will advertise for bills from banks
for handling county funds. Treasurers may
divide ilepi >sits among such hanks as niak
of not less than'J per cent, the
take bonds from the hank
of a big stock yards, but begged olTbe- Bv Howies' insurance hill which pas-ed the
i ♦ 1 house a Are policy of insurance must lw held
cause he had to look after Ins potato tllrtx tj„. j(iss jf t,.tnl .at the face of the polic>
Also the hill f'.r the organization «>f the na
Contract f.kt.—The territorial nor-j
inal school board has awarded the con-
tract for the construction of the South-
western normal building at Weather-
ford to 11. J. Vandenburg, of (iuthrie.
whose bid was $.14,765.
ti hading (i.vNGH. — Nearly every day
for a time grading gangs have passed i
through Knid on their way to the west-
ern part of the county, and farther
west, along the line of the new rail-
road building toward Denver. At the
rate they have been doing grading it |
will not be long until the roadbed will
W ready for the steel as far as Alva.
of the legislature was in a "hurry up"
condition early in the week. Legisla-
tors seemed to realize that this is the
Inst week of the session. Members are
anxious to get their hills through as
fast as possible and there is not that
long drawn out speech making that
prevailed at the tirst part of the ses-
Mortgage Fn i n. A mortgage has
been tiled . he sum of S4.." o0,000 bv
the Hlacku Knid a southwestern
railway iv v, cover-ng the con-
struction of . t railroad from Black-
well, Oklahoma to Vernon, Texas,
miles. The road was recently trans-
ferred to the Frisco. The holder of
Um mortgage is the Standard Trust
company, of New \ . rk Cit .
Pi j i Cu im - m -i ar es Mitchell,
representing outside capitalists was at
Asher looking over t: c lie Id prepara-
tory to putt in in a fuel e.ai -ai ]>.ant
there or at Romulus, north of Asher.
The company proposes to purchase
large timbered tracts to n anufacture
charcoal for shipment from that p* i t
Si'Utli Pottawatomie conn'v abounds
in large bodies of line timber which
will afford an excellent opening for
this kind of business.
Last Day of C.kai k —Revenue Col-
lector Cobb has announced that the last
opportunity had been offered the cat-
tlemen who arc grazing in the Choctaw
and Chickasaw nations to pay the gra-
zing tax on their catt e. Kleven hun-
dred notices were sent by registered
mail to as many cattlemen giving a
flnal ten days notice liefore retnova
Fn.l of I.ifi —Weatherforo was
never a sleepy town, but it is more
wide awake and full of life than ever
before on account of the building of
the new Normal.
Nvw Tiust i i'mi' v n v, riieCanadian
Valb y Trust I > mpan^ with hea Iqoir*
ters at Muskogee. 1 articles of in-
oorporatioo witli I alted States
clerk at Muskogee. 1 e capital stock
is $100,000 the iarger part of wluch is
understtxxi t*> l e already taken.
Papers Consouhatfd —The Paw-
l een purchased by
the hill f. r the ori?aniznti<
ti on a 1 Runrd: the bill for r.-cordini: miners
claims: for inspection of nursery stock au
thorizin^ the ffovernor to contract for the
kee]iing of collects w ithin the territory.
The council passed the siilvstitnte quaran-
tine bill. It leave- the (Klltf. nation outside
ttie quarnntinc lines, hut includi's the i toe.
I'onca and Missouri reservations It also j « r
nilts ,-little to he placitl 111 oil mill feiilillK pelis
The text K)iik hill has been sent to the £•'>--
i*inor. It is an optional free text Imhik hill but
provides f, r uniformity.
The council passed these house bills anions
others Autin rizin ; counties to vote a iliris-t
til X to bllllil court houses the hill relating to
contract for keeping convicts and for working
convicts on hinhwavs: the bill riilr.cimj the
maximum tax levy forhi^h - hinds from st>. .
per cent: the hill lor protis tn n of nurseries
providing for the national guard.
The house passed the beer inspection hill, the
beer to \h- ■ nspe. t«il hy a territorial insptn-tor
""^' eW.nse relative to nmiil t«-d
ballot*, hut the council refused to concur.
The joint conference committ
antme Mil ih-. i.led to make the
tile lint excluding the ^at' r.
ouarantiii' No o|..n s, ;Vv, ,n w i
the six inih stri]i m Pottawato
jacent to the line. The big i
lnanche count) are exdu h . fr«
The report of the conferciic.
Ill With houses
The council kilhtl the house hill prov
for primary elections. The house hill
piiss,^i to disfranchist any jhts. n for 1 ;
who ntlu r sells or offers to sell his vote.
Thi re was a hot debate in the house ovi
prop. <s«hI appronriation of >4.'.on> f .r nr..
lmildinK at the Edmond Normal. The 1
Czar Shows Frlendahip,
Ti) help the starving fishorfolk of
Brit'any the Czar has spent $(>,000 "as
a testimony of my sentiment* of live-
ly and unchanging sympathy for
Fram e, my friend and ally."
The Latest Chemical Wonder.
An American chemist has Invented
n tube for truth. You speak into it,
the chemical solution changes color
according to the tensity of your emo-
tion. and truth and mendacity are
described as being quite distinct and
Metals and Microbes.
Prof Raoul Pictet has proved that
at a temperature of —200 degrees
acids do not act upon metals, their
molecules having ceased to live; and
yet the microbes of many diseases
subjected to that temperature prac-
tically immured in a block of fro/.tc
air. enjoy good health.
Millionaire Acte as Mctorman.
Alfred ( . Vanderbilt amused him-
self several days ago by playing mo-
torman on ono of the electric cars,
running from his home into Newport,
and presenting the motorman of the
car with a $20 bill for the privilege.
He Means It.
New Berlin. III.. March 1 Gth.—Mr,
Frank Newton of this place speaks
very earnestly and emphatically when
asked by any of his many friends the
reason in '.!■<• very noticeable im-
provement in his health.
For a long time—over two years—he
has been suffering a great deal with
pains in his back and an oil-over feel-
!ng of illness and weakness. His ap-
petite failed him and he grew gradu-
ally weaker and weaker till he was
very much run down.
A friend recommended Dodd's Kid-
ney Pills and Mr. Newton began to
take two at a dose, three times a day.
In a very short time he noticed an im-
provement ; the pains left his back
and he could eat better. He kept on
improving and now he says:
"Yes. indeed! 1 am a different man
and Dodd's Kidney Pills did it all. I
cannot tell you how much better 1 feel.
I am a new man and Dodd's Kidney
Tills deserve all the credit."
Gen. Jackson's Home Restored.
Gen. Andrew Jackson's old home,
the Hermitage, near Nashville, has
on the ijuar
e county ad-
tun's in i'o-
ras airri-ed to
The Czar's Favorite Dog.
T.otki is the name of a large grey-
hound belonging to the Czar This
dog accompanied his master on his
visit to Paris, three years ago, and
shared with him in many of the hon-
ors of that visit.
rais .1 the i
brands of ,,vc sto
A DlSTll.l l.KY.
arc figuring on ti
1>S I !
annexed to Lawton.
V 1st AMI Sl ATlON.—Plans
•at "us for tne nc v Kock Island
ger station and division general
have arrived at Chic
nee Dispatch ha
John 11. slieple
nee Courier, anil
n ow con sol idat eo
under the name
•of the Paw -
are in the hands of general superin-
tendent of bridge an 1 building, Bishop.
The plans show a handsome brioU and
stone "structure, by 1 feet, two
stories in height. The old depot w ill
be moved and changed to a warehouse
and freight depot.
titvAKY Is I.aw Amwxn.—The police
judge of the town has tined soracyouug
men for their part in a charivari.
M. Litti.k Is l) aiv M. Little, a
prominent Kemi ; an itii-ian. dieii
suddenly at Norman of heart failure,
falling from his chair. lie was well
and favorably known in Cleveland
county, having bean a leadli g Sunday
school worker of the territory anil
prominent in Repubi can politic*. lie
was an cN-member of the Illinois legis-
1 ok Fuss Mil l —The l oss Mill and
> \ car
Child Labor Necessary.
Compulsory education has been de-
feated in the West Virginia senate on
tho ground that if adopted it would
destroy Wheeling industries and de-
pitvc man.* t«lilo«s uf iht'ir means of
support which now come from tho
earnings of their yrung children.
The Desert of Gobi.
The great desert of Gobi would fill
the entire Mississippi valley from the
Alleghenles to the Rockies. Upward
of 300.oOO square miles or Arabia are
an uninhabited waste, while the ter-
rible Saraha is vast enough to cover
the whole United States.
The Quarrelsome Wan.
If a man has a Quarrelsome temper.
let him alone. Th< world will soon I
find him employment. He will soon j
meet with some one stronger than'
himself, who will repay him better i
than you ca: A man may fight du- s
all his lift if he is liisp. ied to Quar-
The Latest New York D-ink.
The very latest drink is that of aa
old gentleman at one of the swell
uptown ... s, says the New York
Sur. He takes it every morning It
consists of a pint of a certain spring
water with alternating sips of a Man-
hattan cocktail. This beats the man
who soused his fried oysters v.ita
molasses tho other day.
The Empress as a Cencor.
The strenuousness which marks the
life of the German emperor is being
slowly extended to other members of
his family and now the empress is
going to attend special rehearsals of
all new plays presented at Berlin the-
aters, and such as she does not ap-
prove of will be forbidden. In the
present state of the drama industry
the duties of the European empress
will sur-. iy be found arduous
WAS REFUSED LIFE INSURANCE.
Rejected on Account of "Coffee Heart.''
l.ife insurance companies have fully
established the fact that the use of
coffee causes an organic derangement
of the heart, shortening the long beat
and imperiling life For this reason
habitual coffee drinkers are refused
life insurance in many cases A well-
known merchant of White's Creek.
Tenn proprietor of a large store
there says Three years ago I was
examined for :ife insurance and to my
surprise was rejected because ray
heart action *as at times i ut of place
15 beats in 60.
1 consulted several good doctors
and was invariably asked by them. 'Do
you drink ardent spirits" use tobacco?
Sr.* ns Kxii ai'stki). —"Oklahoma's
quota of secdb fur this year has l>ecn
exhausted," said Delegate MeGuire.
"There is nothing that can be done
along this line hut wait until next
year. Mr. Flynn has had charge of
this matter, and has taken care of as
many of his constituents as possible.
It now begins to look as though Okla-
homa should have more garden seeds
allotted to her in order to supply the
Shot Uiiikrs Kiij.kd.—There was an
explosion in Mine No. 1. of the (treat
Western Coal and Coke Company, at
Wilburton, I. T., in which two "shot
lirers' were burned to death. W. F.
Ilurgcss and his son. .Tames llurgess.
Their bodies were recovered with dif-
ficulty. The accumulated gas was ig-
nited by a kerosene lamp.
lh \t niy Uon Honsi s. — It is being
demonstrated that the Cherokee nation
is peculiarly adapted to the breeding
and growing of horses and mules.
Horse breeders say that no healthier
climate can be found anywhere for
raising horses than in Indian Terri-
Mayor Hi xsi.ky Dkkkai r.n. — Helms
been mayor of El Reno for beveral
years as a Democrat. At the primary
for nominating his successor he was
beaten in every ward on account of the
stand he took for Delegate McGuire
and the statehood question.
No Monky Nf r.dei>.—The removal of
insane patients to Fort Supply will re-
quire no appropriation, it being the be-
lief that the usual appropriation for
the care of the insane will tit up the
buildings and provide for their main-
tenance for the year.
Am. Good Land.—The -180,000 acre
tract south of Lawton, which was re-
served for pasturage, includes much of
the lied River bottoms and is uniformly
good land. There is a prospect of its
being sold at auction.
That $1,000 St uri.t s.—It has been
decided to Keep the surplus of the fund
to entertain the cattlemen at Oklahoma
City intact for the same purpose next
year, and meantime that it be placed
Dynamiti in thi Road.—The city
marshal of Bartlesville picked up a
stick of dynamite which was in the
highway where a horse might have
stepped on it or a wheel crushed it.
Gaxdy Wot'i.n Remain.—.lames P.
Gaudy, the United States custodian of
the military reservation at Fort Supply
is a candidate for the position of cus-
todian under the territory.
Fk.dkrai. Law Ri lj.s.—.iudge Beau-
champ's ruling that territorial statutes
cannot change the federal law locating
county seats in the strip is pleasant
news for Ponca l ity.
Mutual Ti lkphonk (o.—The farm*
ers about Owens have organized with
41 members to construct a telephone
system Si miles long ti
wa and Billings.
passed by the territorii
nates from the normal
-Under an :
I council gr;i
ieatcs to tea,
: Enid to
The Ills of Women Act upon the
Nerves like a Firebrand.
The relation of woman's nerves and generative organs is rery
close; consequently nine tenths of the nervous prostration, nervous
despondency, "the blues," sleeplessness, and nervous irritability of
women arise from some derangement of the organism which makes
her a woman. Herein we prove c< nelusively that Lydiu E. l'inkliuiu'o
Vegetable Compound will quickly relieve all this trouble.
Details of a Severe Case Cured in Eau Claire, Wis.
"Dear Mrs. Pim::iam:—i have been ailing from female trouble for
the past five years. About a month ago 1 was taken with nervous prostra-
tion. accompanicd at certain times before menstruation with fearful head-
aches. I read one of vour books, and finding manv testimonials of the bene-
ficial effects of LydiU E. IMnkliam's Veffeta'ble Compound, experi-
enced by lady sufferers. I commenced its use and am happy to state that after
using a few bottles I feel like a new woman, aches and pains all gone.
" 1 am recommending your medicine to many of my friends, and I assure
you that you have my hearty thanks for your valuable preparation which lifts
done so much good. I trust all suffering women will use your Vegetable Com-
pound."— Mrs. Minnie Tietz, 020 First Ave., Eau Claire. Wis. (May 2$, 1001).
Nothing* "will relieve this distressing* condition so
purely as Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound; it
soothes, strengthens, heals and tones up the delicate
female organism. It is a positive cure for all kinds of
female complaints; that bearing down feeling, back-
ache, displacement of the womb, inflammation of the
ovaries, and is invaluable during the change of life, all
of which may help to cause nervous prostration.
Read what Mrs. Day says:
•* Dear Mrs. Pinknam : — I will write you a few lines to let you know of
the benefit I have received from taking your remedies. I suffered for a long
time with nervous prostration, backache, sick headache, painful menstru-
ation. pain in the stomach after eating, and constipation. I often thought I
would lose my mind. I began to take Lydia K. IMnkliam's \ cpetahle
Compound and was soon feeling like a new woman. I cannot praise it too
highly. It does all that it is recommended to do. and more.
" I hope that every one who suffers as 1 did will give Lydia E. Pinkham's
remedies a trial." — Mrs. Marie Day. Eleauora. Pa. (March 25,1001.)
Free Medical Advice to Women.
Mrs. Pinkham invites all women to write lo lier
for advice. Yon need not l>e afraid to tell her tho
things you could not explain to the doctor—your let-
ter will be seen only hy women and is absolutely con-
fidential. Mrs. Pinkham's vast experience with such
troubles enables her to tell you just what is best for
you. and tihe will charge you nothing for her advice.
Another Case of Nervous Prostration Cured.
4i Dfar Mrs. Pinkiiam : — Allow mo to express to you the benefit I have
derived fr- m taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vejjctalflo Compound. Before
I started to take it I was on the verge of nervous prostration. Could
not sleep night*, and I suffered dreadfully from iudigeston and headache. 1
i heard of Lydia E. l'inkh • wonderful medicine, and began its use. which
immediately restored my health.
"I can heartily r ••ommend it to all suffering women." — Mrs. Pkrtiia
E. Dkibkins. 253^ Lapidgc St.. San Francisco, Cal. (May "1, 1001.)
FORFEIT if rannr>t f rthw:th pr * t<•.* the original letters aiul signatures of
trill prove t ueir absolute genuineness.
l.yilia 1 . I'inkliain Medicine Co., Lynn, >Ia a.
ST£HT k STE&fl LAUNDRY
t wr.. small capital required r.m!
- t: -1n:ont -- ■ W«
s of Laundry Machinery
Paradox Machinery Co., 78) E. Division StChicago.
an institute n
of Lawton. < 'i
Texas, has rei-ei
eminent has givi
S.VJfor I n • i iai
ted in Montag
Kiowa and * > m;.
Win TI:A\ I
junket of the Ol.
of commerce v. :i
of the new tr « <
lioma, Texas a
The trip a- pla
: • have
1 it, and 1
of real ct
Straw Pater Mii.l.—1>
wants one and the farmers of the vicin- I
ity will probably help the town get it-
>i\i> Awa\ 1'or Kiir..—Oklahoma
saloons spend a million dollars annu-
ally with the breweries of the states.
Honorary Mfmri —(lovernor Fer-
guson has named Miss Ada J. Mct'on-
uel. of Kingfisher, and Miss Nona Best,
of Ei Ileno, honorary members of the
world's fair commission for Oklahoma.
i; >th young ladies are now attending
Forest Par.; university in >t Louis.
Aixottkd in Severalty. —The an-
nouncement that the Indian lands of
the Chickasaw nation will be allotted
: in severalty to the Chickasaw Indians,
commencing about April 15. is being
I hailed with a feeling of exultation by
j the Indians.
Tri-State Circuit —The Tri-State
Uacing association has completed the
schedule for the racing circuit this sea-
son which comprises tin- town*-of Shaw-
nee. Oklahoma t'lty. Newkirk; Winfield
and Hutchinson. Kan.. Chicksha, 1 T.,
Dallas and San Antonio, Texas. The
... meeting will be held in Shawnee
commencing on August IT and contin-
uing one week.
New Light Com tan v. — It has been
formed at Hobart and has purchased
the old light plant and will put in a
new one which will be much larger.
Old Color Ttoi rle.— It has broken
out at l. iw'.on. l . P. Harrison, a col-
ored, man. lives in district No. 35 and
Ins three children of school age. The
district declined to obey the law re-
quir.ng separate schools and refused
triet school. lie has now brought suit
i . rents * .o . - of In..!., n. j-s at Port
m THE BEST QUALITY SHIP
SM10.'ilS<:C16AR always reliable
Some men work for a living and
others get married with the same end
it's a cold day for the clerk when he
Pl*TNAM FADELESS DYES are
fast to light and washing.
A busy man seldom has time to real-
ize how happy he is.
Try me just once and 1 am sure to
conn- again. Defiance Starch.
A hen is in hard luck; she is seldom
able to find a thing where she laid it
Mr*. Wlnslow'a Pootbln* Frrrp
Pot children teething, the gams, reduces It*
fieuiiiiA.i. a. AUeytpeia. cures'* ad colic. 85c
Has Served Road Faithfully.
With the probably unrivaled record
of having traveled 1,600,000 miles
Jacob M Zebley will be placed on the
pension roll of the Pennsylvania rail
road on March 1. after fifty-six years
of continued service as baggagemas-
ter. Zebley. who is 7u years old be-
gan his career on the railroad in 1847.
To the housewife who has n t vet
are delicate and
no drastic purga-
tives should ever
be given. Neither
should a mother
give hc-rchild any
If necessary to.
assist Nature toj
move the little
one's bowels give •' ^ ' '
it one-quarter teaspoonful of
Dr. Caldwell s
become acquainted with the new .hiip P1"?3nt 1° ta*tf ~ i0"13'"5
of everyday use in the market and who nothing \s nich Cdn harm the most
delicate organism. Physician swill
testify to the truth of this state-
ment. See pagr 4J1 of our book
f "Proofs." Write for it today.
is reasonably satisfied with the old, we
would supnrest that a trial of Defiance
Cold Water Starch be made at once.
Not alone because it is guaranteed by
the manufacturers to be be superior to
any other brand, but liecause each 10c
package contains !• ozn while all the
other kinds • ontain but 1 .' o.s. It is
safe to say that the adv v h > ou<*e uses
Defiance Starch will use no other.
Quality and quant it v must win.
One Cure for Consumption.
Pr Sarah Barn y 0f Franklin. N
H.. employs a woman to drive her car-
riage. The woman was a consump-
tive patient, whom the outdoor life
has completely cured Incidentally she
has bccoiLi an ixcellent driver.
Mrs. Ailie Jacks
Fnnrer City. 111.,
wr:u*s: "My st vi
.d baby was
tro-..Wed a freat i
> stor.ach and
bowt.s I lia.t tri<
remedie s wnh
n > srood re-its. ur
lost much flesh.
nr.d was r h-
A I no:
• S >"... In rs Syr
procured a 50c
bottle nt u, -- dr.:
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Christ, J. H. The Kiel Press. (Kiel, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 19, 1903, newspaper, March 19, 1903; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc102736/m1/2/: accessed September 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.