Cashion Advance. and Oklahoma State. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 29, 1905 Page: 2 of 4
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THE CASHION ADVANCE
D. U WOOllWOHTU. r«fc.
Ntw Banh it Lamont.-*- eorop'
mil©r of the currency hat su'horl ♦ '
llin Pirnt National bank of f-arnont.
Ok la to begin hu lue*« witn $2>.0©«
Na*.onal Ban* Opene—T V\.
Cat at Eufaula.—I . !«r a' Eufa I
hav> -Turk a strong flow of gas af a
depth of 2.200 feet. The town I* ♦ x
cited over the And
Flynn'® Going to Europe—I"'
T. Flynn Hill leave Oklahoma Jul;
3 for a si* weeks' trip to Xapl"* and
other point* In Europe. Ills wife and
daughter, Mr- Dorothy Richar : on
of Wa .'.ington, will accompany him
Was Deco/ed Away —
given Geronimo permi► Ion to leave
the fort and attend ti- HI xh
tion on Sunday last. </«*ronirr.o, i
asserted, w;i decoyed away from th*
talk about his trip
Needs More Than a Month. — 1'
Corn ;i ijrh «• . • ♦ >
docket has bcc« rr.*- "inc 'ha'
Ave of the leading attornej • f U1*
ton went to ti ithrie to go hefo * th
supreme cour* and reach -ome agr« *
nieut whereby ' omarehe ran hav
more than one month cf <<■1 • rt t\
Big Gatter at Tulsa. — A gas *'
producing .'.'"mm-4 ruble f♦ • t 'f ira-i
wan brought in by the Cherokee Na
tional Oil and Ca* Compare The ga
sella to manufacture, at cent ;*r
thousand feet the people's tins ' oin-
l atiy buying 'he- production for it-
local pipe lin - Thin Is the third big
well the company ha* developed
Trbal Official* Summoned — V
Ardmore Governor John non and pr u.
inent tribal official* have been ► irr.
moned to appear before the grand
Jury, and pensational developments
are expected Only recently I'nlted
State* Indian Inspector Jenklna. of
Washington. mad- a special invent:
gallon in the Chickasaw nation.
Killed by Lightning. — 'i
Bchroeejer wa* killed In a *torm by
lightnln*r He lived on h farm elgh
mile* south went of Shawnee and had
spent the afternoon In the city on
business and started f'-r hi* hom
early In the evening, but was over
taken by the *torm Mr. Schroeder
was about 42 -ear* of ar> and lea *
i wife and five children, 'he . ini '
Just two weeks old.
Citizenship Court Legal.—'I :
dian Territory cour* of aj■>/*■ hand
•*d down a decision affirming ti •
tlon of the lower court In the cas -
of Wallace v* Adam*. The chief cor
tentlon was touching the con 'itr
tlonallty of the act of cong cpa'
Ing th cl i/. r. hip court of the Cho<
taw f'hlcka-aw na'mi, ! ■ x r
send held in the Southern di.-'lrct tha
congress had the power
Candle Fell in Powder — At <
gate, I T John K< ; • and Henr -
Walowlesky, Slav miner*, were so
badly Injured by a powder «-xpIo*,' n
that l oth died a few hours la • -r Th*
men were preparing charge* for th' r
shot* when Kopeck's cap and candb-
fell ff Into the |K)W«ler I • « xploe!
Ing It and burning the two men *e
verely. The inhalation of the gane-
from the explosion i* a ugned a- th'
cause of their d*a h-
Care of the Incorrigible—'\i /en
of Anardako are prepaiing to submit
to Governor Ferguson a proposition
for the care and maintenance of in-
corrigible youths in a home to be
built on land to be given for that
purpose by the town of Anadarko
The last legislature appropriated
$5,000 a year for the care of Incorri-
gible youths, but the territory has
never been able to execute a con
tract with a company prepared to
give satisfactory service.
Fir«t Half E.ida.—At. r.u'hri* Jure
17 closed the first half of the nor
mal Institute, and so far the Institute
ha* been very successful In Interest
Bank Dividend. — Receiver Jami
A Willoughby announced that the d«
funct National bank of Hollenvllh-
the failure « f which in March, 1901.
was partially responsible for the fail
tire of the Capital National bank, w 111
pay a dividend of 20 per cent next
month. The bank failed for llfiO/KM)
He also announced he would apply
to the department of Justice for an
additional federal Judge to astilst in
Jlsposlng of bank failure ca • -
Negro on Fi*h Hook.—While Jim
Ilallard, a local fisherman was run
ning his trot line across tbi Cotton
wood river at Guthrie he found the
dead body of Washington McCoy, col
ored, attached to on* of the hooks
Ballard fled in distnay and notified
the authorities McCoy wa am ■ >1
for creating a disturbance in the river
district. He escaped from the policc
and ran rapidly toward the rfw r It
is supposed that in bis (light h« ac« i
dentally fell Into the ri\«! and wa
Cu*ter County Harvest. — WI.ev
harvest Is on and will lie finished be
fore next week. Quality of grain I*
a surprise to dealers. It tiring graded
as No. 2. Local dealers will handle
between 300,000 and 400,000 bushels
of north Custer county product
William Work Surrender*. — Wil
llam Work, who 1* charged with hat
Ing shot and killed Char'* Robe
son. his brother in law. mai I'erurn.
several days ago, surrenderi-d to l'ni
ted Stmtei Mm ihal n- nm tt at ifm
kogee. IV)th parties were Chero-
Sail For Philippine*.—Troops A 1!
C and G of the Kighth cavalry, tin
der command of Lieutenant Colonel
Kingsbury, departed from Fort Sill
on two special train* for San Fran
clsco, at which pi i ih' will iii
on July 1 for th♦ Philippine i lands.
Chautauque Opens.— \t ti, lahoma
City the open r. - re of ti
Chautauqua w re attended by :«" '•
people A gre^t many prominent men
with their famill from tlie t v\ n tt r
rltorles n 'd Kan a ar« ■ amplti_- up-
on the ground . 1 « urofitabb week
ADDS TO SPLKND0B
Worked on Sect en at 70. —
Planner*, ared TO years, a sec
Bank Nationalized. — J- '
lank Com mi < ner Paul C<x#pef
ounced 'hat the Bank of Ijin
Vr Mo^e to Medford — • K
II. one of El Reno s oldest bu-
ien. is packing Bp Hi* tm eri*e *
Tie W"-ea? Harvest.—
K ed by L gntn ng — ■
to Lo.ate. — -
MEN OF BUSINESS RCCCCNI2C
AOVANTAGEi OF ACETYLENE
Fimoia SuTirrer Hotel, t*« G^and
In on Saratoga. Has Installed
Thia Be*t of All Artificial L snts—
Mean* increased Comfort and
THE MISSING NAN
Bv MARY R P. HATCH
Author of " The Bank Tragedy**
Copyright. lK9t. I>f L * sad *hip«rd
C*tr tr % Matter* at t*e Ba-k.
Constance was left a prey to anx
*ar: • ajill bu . : :.g, a I ng. low-
-Ti' ire on the rtver back.
Tony a-red to Mr. Carter, and
is airected to his office a comfort-
ut that no irreeu
r been discovered,
to find any. Mr
r. Car' i
[ ed. aiu! he talked la his *leep • food ,
deal tne sixht hefcre he vent away." j
• Ah" Mr Bruce appeared In'rreit J
cd What did he talk about?" |
-Of carryiaK heavy loads, and h*> I
xplained 'hat nobody would help
h:ra I can't *'and It. It is too much
too hard.' he ea.d over and over again (
I thought he referred to his business
which is very difficult to manage, for
my uncle and Mr Henderson are b*>th
i >po*ed to leave all the details ti
Probably >x n are righL Wtat
M Han * t. * « and h«
e _ and looked at h.- note-bot-k Mr
Bruce promptly closed it and put it ic
You were raying. I think he sa*d
suggestively; but still he heg.tated.
"After all, dreams amount to noth-
r.g—<tray scraps of fancies, conver
what it would be too much to cal'
"I understand you," she said, keen
Von hink what he saiii may be
f consequence. 1 think so. too; bu*.
to recidleet that when my hus
and spoke a womna s name in h:s
- tep 1 d.d not mi>*rust Lis hv :u r.
for he perre
I tell me what he
squarely in the
ed he had a worn-
::mon?ec«e " deal
>ne wall of a well
Osborne a farm
K ed. —
i* at w
He a- killed instan
a* nor recovered 1'
To Conduct Re
eronlmo, of he A parr.
lot|e. the Kiowa medic
• jiaring o «rart r>n a
Farmer AdjudQed Insane —
sanitarium a' N
' • • B a •
and hi* mind ha
Freight Tra n
on the San a Pi
iged in-ane and c<-n' to
i a* Norman Higgins
lutie gas plant.
l.j/.e rr.any overf rec-r.!
favor, acetylene one of *te n. st re-
light is needed an'l the ne< *-r*ary ap-
paratua can be understood and oper
a ted by anyone.
j The generator In mh. h Ace'ylene
,. .1 * i'-. r k . •.• be '. rmed a
.a- ;'.at.t as t* perf ■"n.- a., of the fanc-
* ion* of a city gas ; an- The a^et-
;-.*ne genera' - an t.e ; .-'ha**! for
f * d • ars and in any siz«* from
ne adapted to fur:, -h ace'ylene to
• n or a doien burner* for a cottage,
.p ' the arge but . s.mpiv ma-
iar. . s runn.r.g wa' -r
onventence* mhich a
came r ack
ie.- Grovedfcle, was rife with a tun j
red rum^r- At the station when
Car-er - e all there, waiting ani
•• tc little purpose About twenty
peo, ^ . Lu Vane was net
vance See where yo i are stepping.
Clare For Heaven - «-a*- look cheer•
Cc:.-ta- • 'in an undertone th.s
Where d« e - he gr
ar in Maj '
pe ther*1 - no an?4-
ene gas bas
Ne## ln*urance Com^an/ —
merican Mu* :1 Life Ir.Miranc-
Ferguson at Carthage — '
H' w ran I look cheerf il? asked
j r- v • *anc drawing down her veil.
• tha* « 'kV ' be come to-morrow. Uncle
►.e. or Carter" a-ke Perley.
v - ("a." • * - • • -a 1 - w r. - • r.f man a* the «.*a
. . ... -a\ r.4 he ha. gone « H
Worried h->' Wei: Henderson wi-.h th- .-reen headed woman?"
v - i- r- - wf • a • - d • a • i woman'* what do you
I' ---".I we m j w.• ■ r. -an.
•.%. happen- . to h m. &r . -a; . I hear: him Do people ever have
go .p to see Constance if we green ha -*
away r hi* where a • " ' **• man wa *alk ng so to plague you."
,or. ■ a - . -* ■ r. a * - r M" N< h- - 'a'king to another man
Carter followed Ton v. ar. i I •erheard bine
< . r.-*.-tnr- w .. *:•'% -r- ■ r.-.n V- j mi.-* have understood with
Cheer up. Constance.
■.er. to morrow; if not,
9 and 12.
K *tpoaed hi
Pulp ts Are Exchanged —Iir
K ha- who has ! een pa.stor of th
First Methodist church of Oklahoma
, Cfly for the past two • *ht has O'-
: cepted a < ail lo the Meihoill t college
of Albion. .Mich and will go to that
P a< in SeptemI • • I r I'rlch, A
I don, will succeed Iir. Day.
Fight Counter Prescribing. — \t a
' meeting of the phvMcians of Ardrnoi*
and neighboring towns strong resolu-
tions were adopted denouncing th*
drugg..- s for refilling preweriptloi
and counter prescribing. The ph>
"Iclans threaten to fill their own pr
| Hcrlptlons If the practice I* not stop
Dead at Fort Supply. — ''ian-m*
I Kllpatrick, a farmer ?1 years of age,
j died at Port Supply of Injuries r*
eel\e«i yt \ eral years aK« In 1 ! f 1 he
had several bones I roken In a run
away and a year later was strlck«n
j with typhoid f«\er and appendicitis,
1 for which he was operated upon. He
left a wife and four children.
Seized W th Cramp*.—The | \ > f
Jack Me!, -.s who was drowned in
flrand river, wan found. Belew was
, bathing in tti«- river with two com
rianloi. , when he was seized by
• ramp- In an attempt to sa\« him
i tha ethei young men narrowly escap*
ed drowning Heb w was Li years
-ild ;in«l proprietor of a «onf« « fionei
store in Miiskogti
Web Worm* Killing Corn. — TI
w<b worn N working great damage
to th« corn In the Osage nation, and
many fields have been wholly do-
! stroyed. The worm is doing the
great**st damage to the late corn,
j Much of the corn in the nation was
replanted after the Moods of early
-prlng and this Is suffering Many
farmers are planting for the third
W ieat at 101 Ranch.—(I« uric Mil
|er and lor Miller of the 101 ranch
were in (iuthrie In speaking of their
wheat harvest and the prospective
yield the\ -aid that thev were ahout
j twothlrds through cutting and that
j th< yield would be poor, probably not
: half what thev exp* < ted They have
Grain Inspector Resign*. — AH
.larkmati territorial grain inspector,
>f K1 Heno, hand* 1 his r> slgnatlon to
Governor Ferguson and will take
| charge of a line of levators. His
| succe or has not been appointed
D cin't Shallow Any. — fhe four-
| >ear-old on of Arthur Liming, who
II v on the Hilling!.am farm < i of
; liolfc acvl and took a -mall quantity
in h iii* ntI. I.nt f ilunatelv did not
Coi *.ty Farmer*' Irstitute. — The
a full • f of oflieer- and at-
!e all the oth -r k.r. If ",rr^ n • it
7* It i« safe ' - Ti-
r. e Deflar^ *■ 'tar h will uf-
trier. Quality and quantity must
THIS RAZOR CUTS GLASS
D *covery of New Steel That W II Cut
A new steel that will -ut glass 1. •
a diamond, carve a railway sandwich
with impunity, slash a knotty billet
of redwood and yet retain an edge
keen enough to accomplish an ea.-.«
shave is the latest invention of the
Sheffield steel makers.
The new steel is made by a water
hardening proc-e.-s and is guaranteed
lo maintain Its ke e nness of e-dge long
er than any steel now in use- Piles
made from this steel will last four
times as long as tho.-e made at pres-
ent. w hile* in pocket knives and razors
the- new ste el promise - a durability
and keeness that the makers say will
prove- a veritable blessing to man
The steel i* to be put on the- mar
kc t in July.
Forgot to Sell Winning Ticket.
The city authorities of Lemberg
Germany, had some ticl.ets In this
year's Vienna lottery, but decided • >
sell them, and an oflieial wa dl
recteel to do so. He forgot and n« '•
Lemberg flnils itself w i.in-r of the
first prize, fr.nppn
Of Wide Interest.
Breed, Wis.. June -Specie -
Chas. Y. Peterson. Justice of tht Pi
for Oconto Co has >.• r.ered a ju
mc'nt that is of int«T -t to ti . wi.
I'niteel States I'ut briefl> 11. •'
mi nt Is. "Ilodd's Kiel • I' lis ar - ' I.•
best Kidney ri -. i me « ti the mari.et
Anel Mr Petersen gives his rea-< n
for this judgment. He sa>- Last
winter I had an aching pain in in;
back which troubled nie ver> much
In the morning I could I ardh straight
en my back 1 did not knew what it
was but an adve-rtlfcnn nt Ie«l me to
try Dodd's Kidne> Pills- Aftir taking
one Ik)* 1 can only Fay ti e \ have* done
more for me than exp- r'oi ; - I fe - : .i
we ll now as e\ er I did I efore
Pain In the hack i- cm 'I tin f «
symptoms of Kldr.e y di.-« as« If r.<■'
en red by Ilodd's Kldne\ pills it i a
develop into Bright Pises.-• 1 >. t
betes, Kheumat, in <>:• soit< if 're
Other deadly forms cf K:<:r.e\ h;-«-a• <•.
It Is hard to build up our own ron
fldence w hen you ar - umb i the
ftuence of some one eL.
Novel Theory of the Eye
\ : nv( 1 t , 1 i •
with regard to th«' human • It i
eyes; while near the equator, or
sandy lands llki South Africa wi..
the eyes take a rich, dark >« '.low ht
as those of Kaffirs and Mala> 1"
iaus and Spaulards.
I will He said 'Lenora—Nora—•
P you an * an;-, ne raxed Le
No. I do sot, and I have nevei
heard c*.y husband speak of anyone
> you think yo : an explain it
I can see that, he said.
P :iiap> tha* yould be too much to
-a. Mrs Han.: ""3 arose went to
- • -• ar. :•-.-:* her -tn>m a
. !ume of Poe s poo its.
* r - r:. nr.uch. and I
• jnd a book-mark ar Ignore.'"
Mr Bruce took the book and read
. *.w. r.< ...attractive accent:
H A ' the r * ..il the'. L e rrad?—th«
r. >m Ikw fung-
jr.-. th*- e-^il e-♦ by yourt
th - slar.derou* t. ngue
1 h*t <i i to dtath th - Innorence, That
: rJ. .:A died fO v-ur.g."
T'oi s- ver>e is very melodious, but
at - one- • f hi- poorest poems. Still
n.ifch* have ha mted >• Jr husband's
After a few more questions, Mr.
tool hia i e ■ a '• c unrlni Mrs.
Hi.rr/. 'on that without doubt, tidings
■a .id be gc>t of her husband before
Then he went straight to the Esses
-e to learn what he could about
•n >*range lady who had spoken tc
Mr Hamilton on the street, for he
ad heard the meeting commented
(To be continued.)
Now, rr.adam, have you any idea where your hu6band has gone?
'apTvne-d to Van* ' -he- exclaimed, as
-oon as she saw him.
(ih. no. Constance-. I e i -- net. 1
guc:-s he had husine-- at the hank,
something c onnected with the deposit
vault in Boston. He* may have been
hurri'd, and didn't want to alarm
Hut after h' had spoken to Tony,
mcle. he must have? known I should
y.s, o \«hi would. Vane ought
0 have thought of that but men are
r.consid' rate Very incc nsiderate
•nen ar* my dear
"Van* isn't He would know I
A-ould worr> 1 am sure something
la- happened to him.
"Ca.i you write anywhere to find
1.. lmvc me an address In Boston,
h«' -un.e I alwavs write to when he
v aw;-. t 'it it amounts to but little."
p.ccau • as Vai.« explained, he
nigl t h niiie awa> though in the
com cjI a week a letter so addressed
was pre ;t . sure to reach him.''
"We !. a we e k will so. n pass. and.
r.n oui t Vane will return safe and
•veil. But let me advise you. Con-
stance Question him al-out his jour-
wh r. ; • :ues. You have a right
I had decide ! to uncle. for. as
vi, i pay. I I.;.-.• the right to know-
\v I have said, the time did not
pa iii ver> quickiy, for time lat's to
' . arts wearie-d or worri* : Constance
.ispatched 1 * r 1< rter to th- Boston a i
■ an I inquiries w. re made in
Gr«.\ tale conr *rning Mr Hamil'< n's
app* a ranee there on the twnt> «
ne of Ma> which wa the time al-
l'-ged b> \oung Osborn as the.* date
wi ■ n he -aw and spoke- to him.
But no one had seen him, or any
l . ; on j art < v r- ■ ' : • t. t lis *• .
fcloii.e people in C.rovedalf disc -dited
Osborn's statement. While othi rs
itve-ried that he must have i • en ti
taken, though ithe It • ti
-aid, c though h«- was < •• ' in
'h* day after, surely, he said, kindly,
tor he noticeel that she was deadly
l-a!< "But what could the boy have
meant about the green-haired worn-
People who had mono in the m
Institution got wind of the matt-
tin pas Ar , It. can t- eon..
"Doubtless it is known that a wom-
an with curiously tinted hair spoke
to Vane on the street the morning he
went away She was a stranger and
traveling north, but they left town
ahout the sajne time."
Oh yes, that explains it. The man
was joking. I thought so.''
The bank examiner was sent for,
and a detective engaged to look after
the missing man.
Mrs Hamilton was very much tin
nerved when Mr Bruce was shown
nto the- sitting room, and seeing this,
he did not immediately open the busi-
nes* of his call, but chatted pleas-
ant:. with Clare, who was just begin-
ning to take- music lessons, and was
struggling with her "scales.''
Fine children, madam Little girl
tak- after her father, the boy after
The". ;ir* good children, and their
father is a good man." she said proud-
1 do nor doubt it; and now, if you
l least • • • will go over this matter as
< i.refully and calmly as possible."
( "Wry ae, 1. Clare, you may take
><-ur brother into the garden."
As soon a- the children went out,
Mrs Hamilton turned an expec'ant
face toward the detective.
"Now. madam, have you any idea
where \onr husband has gone?"
None whatever '
I am told that every year since
your marriage he* has been away in
the month of May and staved two
Once h- stayed but ten days; at
i• other * ir: • h- was gone' fifteen."
Ha\ you any knowledge of his
life i revious to his marriage?"
I know I birthplace It was Ki-
rn ira N V I knew his mother. He
was r.* on'. child. His fathe r died
niih wa once exceedingly wealthy,
II:.*-.' r hut V.tue, when 1 mar-
i I hir v.a < nly moderately well-
How d • your husband appear
en ho coe- away?"
he s n:s troubled, at
ti* • cMiite cheerful. But this
il.- pt • ired more worried than
■ H< -« * • i very ahsent-rnind-
SAD SIGHT IN INDIA.
H.! I men Stagger Under Burden cf
No sa der sight i- to be seen in
In- ia than the sp*-etacle c f The
Men With the Planks," staggering
along under their burden. Here is a
. in:.v pathetic p.'ture of them, drawn
by Sir Frederick Treves:
They are billn;* n of the poorer
-« r* who carry planks of sawn wood
into S r. a K ' h beam is fr< :n tw< hf
to fourteen feet in length, and twe
or three make up a load. The men
are : ' ad ami the -un and rain
have tanned them and their rags tc
the color of brown earth. They bear
the plann- across their bent backs,
and the burden is grievous. They
come from a place some days' journey
toward the snows They plod alone
from the dawn to the twilight. They
seem crushed by the weight of the
beams, and their gait is more the gait
of a stumbling beast than the walk of
a man. Their long black hair is white
w ith dust a«< it hangs by each side of
their bowed-down faces. The sweat
among the wrinkles on their brows is
hardened Into lamentable clay. They
walk in single file, and when the path
is narrow they must needs move side-
ways. . . The path is in a soli-
tude among bare and pitiless hills;
the road is as old as the world; and
in the weary dust of It many hun-
dreds have dropped and died. Along
it steals this patient line of groaning
men, bending under the burden of the
planks upon their backs. Behind
them a rosy-tinted light is falling upon
the spotless snows, and it needs only
the pointing figure of Pante on one
of the- barren peak? to complete the
picture of a circle in Purgatory."
Willie and the Impecunious Boss.
Willie was a sweet boy. with a
cherubic face, and he was temporarily
in the employ of a hustling but im
pecunious attorney who was busj
dodging collectors. One morning the
Impecunious Attorney chlded Willie
ungently. A short time afterward thf
form of an Insistent Collec tor with a
bill for $4fi appeared, and the Impe-
c inlous Attorne y hastily clambered
into the miscroscopic closet which
contained the- washstand, clambered
on top of the wash bowl, and pulled
the door shut, motioning frantically to
Willie to tell the ubiquitous collector
that he was out
i want to see Blank!" snarled the
He 's out, sir. said Willie, smiling
sweetly, hut I expect him in in a
short time. Won't you please take
chair and wait?"
' Thanks. Yes. I'll wait."
"He's just been gone a minute and
I expect him hack in a few minutes
Won't you look over the paper while
The collector accepted both the chait
and the paper and reposed himself tc
wait comfortably And Willie resigned
hurriedly without waiting to tell any
on- about it and never returned for
Gold From Formosa.
The and of Formosa produced $1
4< 'Mio in gold last year. The moun-
tain ~ districts running through the
middle of the island are believed to
contain rich gold deposits, but they
have not been explored yet.
Is Artist in Tattoo.
Chyo Is the master of the tattooing
art in Japan. Some of his pictures are
- ::id to be marvels
WHY THEY ARE HAPPY
rwo kotabu: Rreomns rr.on
EX i arm; debiuty
Husband • Mrruftb Ha*! IW<ii W i i«, !.-r
Tbrt-v l tn. • >uSer*r I iu
friual* Ui«klir «
•*My sfreugth had dwtn . - t at I
a*'ui t appiv m.velf t - hit t -
w :i a y %. ,\-t \ :* w t -
ill the time, mid Mr v.i d-: i
I wear : heU cumplei* • UM-i i j bv
my day w >rk. ami when 1 £ t up m
... • • 1 ' I
La i awfal headaches t^*4. and r y kid-
neys gt ,>ut t ontor and cau^-d ti > to
ha\e severe nun* m the bci> .-x At v i.o
t. i.-* 11- * .•■ s* feeble thai I o ;;.d iiv t
>: rl. n U-l fvr three w •
Mr < • - .. y ; . i i
tilt u 1 -t r- . a i: :m of
h:> t wu. H - iu - were itu rmMtl
| y . . B wil vraa hi tr.-iu
btit.g r bo>: Mr v -. :n siy-
y r tw >y ar* I h.t 1 btvu . of
*'. 8 MS IWM \ to
Mf r we* k* m mcotmiam uudet a phr-
•ii'acan 1 . ..... - Irwiiy
noabhi jiaiu kb ut the ImiH anvi many
m :e ui. s\i rtable sympt ::is cvu-
l * d with t weak< -> : which uiy
s ;: }*• aiu: y f v.V; :
. •.. Ie had iuv.i . . - househ 1
a:. . i iu it iu just the y«ars that
; U- ti.e \ • ry hapv u >: Piiy%:. an
v . I u t tt 111:. ;n h w to g« : rui f tt
• I was u: :< rty dw miageti, mid Mr
Gv . .ii ' Then the urgvuey of sow?
i. h . il me t « try a b. --d and uervt
remedy whi. h was sa:d to be wouder*
fa.ly Withiuamouth there
wc-reuum:>:akable sigusof improvement
ia my coud ti u. aud within a year I
was completely well. Through the u>e
f Dr. WUlauus' i^uk Pills 1 have now
ti-- - -ti health as lever hud in my life. '
Mrs. Goldstein adds : " Tht wonderful
eff t that Dr. Williams' Pink Pills had
m the case of my husband led uic to try
them aud they helped me even more
quickly thau they did him. One bux
Uiade me decidedly better aud a ftw
mouths' treatmeut cured me."
Dr Williams' Pink Pills urc the best
Ionic and regulator, they make pure,
rich bloed and wheu there is g ueral
weakness and dis^irder that i what the
system need- Mr.audMr> H. Goldstein
live at Guve st re-et, East B< stoii. Mas*.
Dr Wiiiiains' Pink Pills a:e svid by
A persc n may he firm and y- T very
sensitive to influence-.
C*F THE PAMOn
Pf-,t Crom Ball HI ie I^ri?« t-oz (Mcfcaire 5-
o - Th Rum npaa S i Brad Ind.
Activity in life moans lessons from
Try m Just onr* and I im sure to
come again Defiance Starch
The really good things you know
you le arned yourself.
should Investigate Acetylenc C.a? See
:i i c f Acetylene Appara" . Mfg. Co. in
A deaf e ar to reason i- a mask tc
AsV Your Dealer for M en's Foot-Ease.
A j> wder. Itreatathefeet. I urea Swol-
l.-ri.s r- Hot.t ailous. Aching.>wt-atinj
Feet and Ingrowing Naila. Atall Drug-
cri-t> ami shoe stores. cents. A • *-pt
no substitute. Sample mailed 1 K'.fcl.
Address. A >. Olmsted, LeUoy. X. i.
If a man amounts to anything he is
ne \er called upon to prov it.
UNSIGHTLY BALD SPOT.
Caused by Sores on Neck—Merciless
Itching for Two Years Made
Him Wild—Another Cure
"For two years my neck was cov-
ered with sores, the humor spreading
to my hair which fell out. leaving an
unsightly bald spot, and the soreness^
Inflammation and merciless Itching
made me wild. Friends advised Cuti-
cura Soap and Ointment, and after a
few applications the torment subsided,,
to ray great joy. The sores soon dis-
appeared and my hair grew again
as thick and healthy as ever I shall
always recommend Cuticura (Signed)
ft J Spalding. 104 W. 104th St., New
People who have succeeded hava
no time to give free advice.
By the use of a perfect baking pow-
der the housewife can derive as much
economy as from any other article
used in baking and cooking. In select-
ing a baking powder, therefore, care
should be exercised to purchase one
that retains its original strength and
always remains the same, thus mak-
ing the food -weet and wholesome and
producing sufficient leavening gas to
make . he baking light
Very little of this leavening gas is
produced by the cheap baking pow-
ders. making it necessary to use dou-
ble the quantity ordinarily required to
Manufacturers of cream of tartar
powders ask about twice as much
for their goods as that paid for any
other baking powder, and food pre-
pared from these cream of tartar pow-
ders contains large quantities ot
Rochelle Salts Ask your physician
what the results would be from the
constant dosing of Rochelle Salts.
A baking powder that is recom-
mended by lending physicians and
chemists, and which is both perfect
in quality and moderate in price, is
therefore suggested—one that has
been found to be "best by test"—
"Calumet." From the standpoints ol
purity. wholesomenesB and economy,,
there ia nothing to excel It.
Food prepared with Calumet is ab-
solutely free from Rochelle Salts,
Alum. Lime, Ammonia, or any in-
Our success in life depends upor
our ability to lin * ourselves with,
thoughts that will benefit and ad-
Muslin Gowns the Vogue.
Muslin yowns are extremely
l.t -hiontiM' this • ason — white and
colored, plain and figured, and there
are man; new designs that are effec-
tive and smart Both lace and em-
brolder\ are fashionable trimmings,
and an often combined on the same
gown, while ribbons of all descrip-
tions play a most Important part.
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