Cashion Advance. and Oklahoma State. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 29, 1905 Page: 3 of 4
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Lydia f. Pinkham's
is n positive cure for all tho e painful
ailnu-nth of women. It will entirely
cure the worst forms of Kfinale (Yim-
plaints. all Ovarian troubles, Intlnrn-
mat.<ni and I'leeration. l ulling ami
Uibplaeeinents of the Womb ami eon
sequent Spinal \\ eaknesn, ami i-
Pith iai l v adapted to the Cluimjt of
Lift. Every time it w ill cure
It has cured more cases of Leueor-
rhica than any other remedy the world
has ever know i.. It is almost infallible
in such cases. It dissolves and expels
Turners from the I'terus in an early
stage of development. That
causing pain, weight ami headache, is
instantly relieved and permanently
cured by its use. I'nder all circum-
stances it acts in harmony with the
female system. It corrects
Suppressed «>r Painful Menstruation,
Weakness of the Stomach, Indigestion.
Itloating. Flooding, Nervous I'rostra
tiOn, lleadaehe, (Jeneral Debility. Also
Extreme Lassitude. "don't-care " and
•* want to-be left alone " feeling, excit-
ability. irritability, nervousness, sleep-
lessness. flatulency, melancholy or the
"blues." and backat-he. Tires© are
sure indications of Female Weakness,
some derangement of the Uterus. For
nnd Backache of either ew the Vegeta-
ble < oinjMtiiiid is unetjualed.
You eari write Mrs. I'inkhnm about
yourself in strictest confidence.
MIMA I IM.MIIA* ■ ID. CO.. Lyni, Stat.
Most Ptpular Story.
Charles Hickens once said of "Rob-
inson Crusoe" that It was "the most
popular story in the world, and yet
oue which never drew a stuile or a
Well formed thoughts are usually
so deep that many cannot see the bot-
l r DtTld l\ • IIUMlj « I HUTilr RfRMdy^lh*
Weight of Air and Water.
A cubic foot of air weighs a little
more than an ounce, while a cubic
foot of water weighs one thousand
Mm. w itiilow « Smithing *rrop.
} r . f .•••u t. • the M'.tu
Uaiuu.mi.vu. a.. . |>*ln. n
Every day in every year
that comes, more housewives
are giving up their exhorbitant
priced Baking Powders and
turning to K C, the honest and
reliable, which has stood so well
the test of years. They are find-
ing out that
8\ 1/ POWDER
costs one-third the price of
powder anywhere near K C
quality, and makes better, purer, more
healthful baking. 25 ounces for 25c.
Bend postal for " Ilook of Pre&eiits
JAQUES MFG. CO.
Truths that Strike Home
Tour rTocer is honest an<l—if lie cares to do so—can tell
><'ii that be knows very little about the bulk coffee ho
bells )ou. How can lie know, where it originally caine from,
how it was blended—or with what
—or when roasted? If you buy your
coffee loose by the pound, how can
you expect purity and uniform quality ?
LION COFFEE, the LEADER OF
AI.I. PACKAGE COFFEES, Is ol
necessity uniform In quality,
strength and llavor. For OVER A
QUARTER OF A CENTURY, LION COFFF.E
has been the standard colfee In
millions ol homes.
LION COFFEE >" carefully parked
at our factoring and until opened In
your home, has no ehanee ol being adul-
terated. or ol coming In rontart with dust,
dirt, germs, or unclean hands.
In each package of LION COFFEE you get one full
pound of Pure Coffee. Insist upon getting the genuine.
(Lion head on every package.)
(Save the Lion-beads for valuable premiums.)
SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE
WOOLSON SPICE CO.. Toledo, Ohio.
Tea From Tablets.
Tea tablets are now sold. Four-
teen of them make an ounce, aud
from each tablet a big cup of tea is
an<1 all householders will be Interested
in Acetylene Apparatus Mfg. Co. an-
nouncement In this paper.
Irrigation in India.
A great irrigation project, Involv-
ing an expenditure of about $25,000,-
000, has been authorized by the secre-
tary of state for India.
1 do not believe l'lxo's Cure for Consumption
hu* an equal for c-oughM ami colds.—JOHN F.
Hotek, Trinity Springv lnd., Feb. 15, IUU0.
No Paupers in Servia.
There are no paupers in Servia.
Even the poorest people succeed in
establishing homes of their own, and
most of them own them.
When Your Grocer Sayt
he does not have Defiance Starch, you I
may be sure he is afraid to keep it un-
til Ills nto* k Of 12 "7. ptckl|tl IN
fmld Defiance Starch Is not only bet-
ter than any other Cold Water Starch,
but contains 16 <<z. to the package and
svlis for same money as 12 oz. brands.
Action in a miles Travel.
In walking a mile a man averages
r.2t : steps, but when he rides a bicy-
cle of average gear he covers a mile
with an equivalent of only 627 steps.
IglSTflRBRflNO SHOES ARE.BETTER]
Will flt every fool !n your family, and the price will please you as well. They ar® inade of
-■—*— ■ - *ler to nhnw yoo the Family'
I s^e that yoo are supplied.
BB M KiHuii k-wiiL'H ;K'i ikysEftritgi
NO MONEY TILL CURED. 28 YEARS ESTABLISHED
We (tad f-'Ktt tod postpaid a iSl-pagt treatise on Piles, Fistula and Disease* ot the
Rectum; aUo IJ2-paga lllns. treatise on l)liease«of Women. Of toe t ouiands cured by
our mild method, none paid a cent till cored we furnish theirnamei on appllcattoo
n - £, Minor 3969 Oh" Street, BT. L0UI6
Drs. Thornton a minor, ttna loaooak st, kansas cit
SORE SHOULDERS, SCRATCHES
And AH Other Sores on Your Live Stock Are Easily Cured With
DEAN'S KING CACTUS OIL
Heals All Hurts Without a Scar
OLNEY & McDAID, Mfrs., CLINTON, IOWA
At druggists in 50c, 51, $3 and $5 Si/es
CURES WHIHE All ELSE rAllS
„ the"best quality BINDER
SIB*IGHI5'C'G4R always reliable
Your jot t-er «>r direc t Irow Factory, 1 eorlu, 111.
Battlefield Rumort Are Contliotlne >nd
SAY THE .'APS HAVE PAUSED.
The Main Force# Seemingly Are Not
in Collision, But It I' Sr. d the Rus
sian Advance Lines Arc Crossing
St Petersburg, Tune 24. — News
from the battlefield is « xceeUingly I
meager. A press telegram of Tueg- |
day's date speaks of a rear guard ac-
tion, and there are rumors In the city
that the Russian army is retreating:
hut the latest disnatches received
from Lieutenant General Linevitch
bearing the same tlaie, declared brief
ly that ihe Japanese advance had
paused A dispatch from Gunshu
Pass of Wednesday's date says that
the operations of the Japanese ap- |
parently ended after the last fight,
and ih< y appeared to he merely clear-
ing their immediate front.
It is prohahle that the Russian ail
vance lines are crossing the railroad
and will continue their retirement
hurriedly in order to avoid being
flanked and pocketed until the posi-
tions at Sprlnghai are reached. The
main forces seemingly are not yet
Colonel Lodygenskv. one of the
correspondents of the Associated
Press, died at Harhin of blood pois-
(iunshu Pass. Manchuria, (delayed
in transmission.) The operations
of the Japanese during the last five
days, which at first were thought to
he portentous, apparently ended after
the last fight. The Japanese appear
to he merely clearing their imme-
There is now no reason for any
further delay in beginning the great
battle, as the opposing armies are es-
The Russian troops are under the
impression that an advance is about
Washington.—In official and diplo-
matic circles the return of the presi-
dent is awaited with great interest
because of the understanding that in
case there has been any new definite
step in the peace negotiations it
would be announced in a statement
from the White House.
Secretary Taft has a number of
telegrams from Tokio aud St. Peters
burg which he will take to the White
House tomorrow, and a conference on
the general situation and the outlook
for an armistice will follow. In the
absence of the president. Secretary
Hay has been in charge of the nego-
tiations, but all information on the
subject has been withheld at the state
Despite their strong belief that it
would greatly further the cause of
peace if the belligerents would avoid
a clash between their armies pend-
ing the Washington conference, the
president and Secretary Hay are
aware of the wish of the Japanese
that before assenting to an armistice
they receive more definite assurances
regarding Russia's intentions.
Count Cassini, the Russian ambas-
sador, announced at the time of the
appointment of Baron Rosen as his
successor that he would sail for
Europe soon after the arrival of
Baron Rosen, about July 5. Count
Cassini's plans have never been
changed since then. He has not yet
fixed finally the exact date for his
departure, but expects to get away
probably the week following Baron
Rosen's arrival, unless instructions
arrive in the meantime.
REJECTS BEQUEST OF $30,000.
Woman Won't Change Her Religion
for Filthy Lucre.
Davenport, la., June 24.—Mrs, Lu-
cinda Gansan has refused $30,000
rather than change her religion by
becoming a Catholic.
Charles Simpson, a wealthy friend
of the Ganson family, recently died
at Sacramento, Cal., and Mrs. Gan-
son received word that he had left
her $30,000 in his will on condition
that she become a Catholic. In the
event of her refusal of this condition
the money was to go to a Catholic
orphanage in Sacramento.
"Thirty thousand dollars is an im-
mense sum to refuse," said Mrs.
Ganson today, "but 1 cannot think
of changing my religion for any
amount of money, although 1 have
nothing against the Catholic re-
Refused to Accept Resignation.
Budapest, June 20. — It is under
stood that the king-emperor has re-
fused to accept the resignation of the
premier. General Baron Fejervary,
and the members of the new cabinet.
Railway Offers Reward.
Cleveland, O., June 20.—The Lake
Shore Railway Company offered a re
ward of $2,(100 for the arrest or for
information leading to the arrest of
the person or persons responsible for
the wreck of the Twentieth Century
limited at Mentor, Ohio.
500 Persons Are Homeless.
Christiania, Norway, June 2G.—Fire
in the seaport town of Porsgrund de-
stroyed fifty houses and 500 persons
are homeless. The damages is esti-
mated at $125,000.
Rumor Is Contradicted.
Panama. June 21.—The rumor that
Governor Magoon is sick with fever
is contradicted by Secretary Reed,
who informs the Associated Press
that the governor merely suffered
from a slight attack of malaria.
To Present a Bill.
Paris. June 21 — The minister of
commerce is about to present a bill
to parliament according 210 decora-
tions of the Legion of Honor to French
exhibitors at the St. Louis exposition,
including artisis and sculptors.
Every housfieeper should krow
that if they will buy Defiance bi Id
Wtltv Itirvb for liuidry use thej
VU) av%« tt.'t tu Ij ||«M \ urn |
never sticks to the iron bvii because
each package coutauu lti 01 on* mil
pound while all other Cold Water
>tOi k on band
lug. Defiance t
Pigeon s Nest of H.
MISS GEMEVIVE MAY
Keep Your Promises
ake Your Own Gas
A1 . country home Ktore hotel,
i fcur. b . r buildin ' an )>.- as brilliantly
Automatic Generators 1?
Acetylene Apparatus Mf#. Co.,
157 Michigan Ave.. Caltatfc. III.
Miss Geneviw May. 1 <17 S Meridian
^t., Indianapolis, lnd M timber Second '
High School Alumni Ass'n. writes
"I'eruna is the finest regulator u( n
disordered stomach I have ever found.
It certainly deserves high praise, for it
Is skillfull) prepared.
"I was in a terrible condition from a ;
neglected case of catarrh of the
stomach. My food had long ceased to
Im« of any good anil only distressed me
after eating. 1 was nauseated, had
heartburn and headaehi's. and f«• 11 run
down completely. But in two weeks
after 1 took Pcruna 1 was a ehanged
person. A few bottles of the medicine
made a great change, and in three
months my stomach was cleared of
catarrh, ami my entire system in a
better condition." Oenevive Maj
• Write I>r. Ilartiuan President of The
Hart man Sanitarium Columbus, Ohio,
fur free medical advice. All corres-
pondence held strictly confidential.
THE DAISY FLY KILLER
ti, room m l |>la<
MOTORCYCLIST'S RUBBER SUIT
They Cannot Wear Long Suits as
"Nothing could be uglier or more
uncomfortable than the new rubber
suits worn this season by motor cyc-
lists, " said a irian who uses one, but
we must wear them. A motor cycle
will kick up more dust and throw
more mud than a touring automobile,
and land it all squarely on the back
and shoulders of the man riding the
machine. The old style bicycle wasn't
in it by comparison. After a five
mile spin in the country on a motor
cycle a man looks as though he had
been dumped into a dust heap. If he
wears good clothes they are ruined,
and no man likes to ride around in
old clothes, particularly if he is going
tc make a call, or take luncheon at
a hotel. We can't wear long coats,
as automobilists do. So they have
put these rubber two-piece suits on
the market. They are not st) heavy
as a sailor's oilskin sou'wester, but
they are just as effective in keeping
out the air.'—N. Y. Press.
Mrs. Vanderbilt Had no Idea They
Were So Attractive.
With some women the black velvet
bands fastened about their throats
may be symbolic of grief for the pass-
ing of collars, but in most instances
these velvet circles are effective and
becoming. Therefore, of course, they
are in great favor. Many women pre-
fer colored ribbons to black, and the
bands must be of the exact shade of
the costume. The brooches with
which the ends of the ribbons are
fastened together may be elaborate
enough to suit any fancy. Mrs. Reg-
inald Vanderbilt has two which she
picked up in an antique shop in Paris.
They are said to be 200 years olcf. Oh,
yes, they belonged to a noble family.
Rach brooch is a skeleton model of
a dog, outlined in pearls. Mrs. Van
derbilt is much pleased with the
brooches and says that she had no
idea family skeletons could be so at-
tractive.—N. Y. Press.
should read advertisement of Acety-
lene Apparatus Mfg. Co. in another
column of this paper.
Capacity of Nail Machine.
A nail machine in a factory in
Birmingham, England, is capable of
making frore 90,000 to 100,000 finish-
ed wire nails in an hour.
Here it Relief for Women.
Mother Gray, a nurse in New York,
discovered a pleasant herb remedy for
women's ills, called AUSTRALIAN-
LEAP. Cures female weaknesses, Back-
ache. Kidney, Bladder and Urinary
troubles. At all Druggists or by mail
fiOc. Sample mailed FREE. Address,
Tht Mother Oraji Go , LeRoy, N. Y.
It Is easy enough to succeed If you
just understand what you know.
to a grownup person is u 11«-11 > care
less about ke< ung her word with bet
children. Sh< promises whatever Is I
convenient a' the moment, ar.d ap
parently thin\s that the breaking or
ter in which she can please herself. I
aud that her children have no right
to consider hemselves aggrieved il j
she tloes not do so.
Was in a Hurry.
A negro hack driver in Washing
ton was hastening to reach his ties I
filiation with his passenger, when he ;
encountered a funeral moving a'
rapid speed, lie was supcrstith
opposed to crossing between the long
line of carriages, so he tried to out
speed the hearse, but failed. Rang
Ing alongside of the hearse, he shout
ed to the driver: "Say, boss, hold
up an' let me go past. My passeng
er is in a hurry, and yours Isn't "
Celebrate Old Custom.
An odd custom has just been cole
bratetl at Arkutsk, a little village
near Moscow. All the marriageable
girls In the place were lined up on
the principal street, arrayed in their [
gayest fineries. The matrimonially |
inclined young men passed along the j
line, and each chose the girl he lik
ed best. Th© details were subse-
quently arranged by Interviews with
the girls' parents.
Oldest Manuscript Bible.
The exposition of rare old books
and manuscripts now being held in
the British museum includes the old-
est known manuscript of the Bible in
the ninth century.
I ll is Is What
1 I Itlril .More Sturclt.
No premiums, but onc-ihird
more starch than you get of
other brdnds. Try it now, for
hot or cold starching it has no
equal and will not stick to the iron.
- _ S
AYcgetablc Preparation for As
I simulating (tieFood amlReCula
IlNhAN IS.' ( Hll.DKI.N
ness and Rest .Contains neillnir
Opium,Morphine nor Mineral.
V t)U f+\IMCZL/*rWU/
/iTfvim SrU- .
Mx.Smn* * 1
hntMU Smim - I
dru -r tW ' I
Hirff* SrmJ 1
A perfect Remedy forfonslipa
Worms .Convulsions .Keverish-
ness and Loss OF SLEEP.
Fac Simile Signature of
Tho Kind Yon Ilave Always Bought, ami wlnYli lias been,
in use for over 30 years, has borno tlie si^iiuture of
and has been inado under his per-
sonal supervision since its infancy.
Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health of
Inliuits and Children—12iperieuce against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmlenn substitute for Castor OH, Pare-
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narc4>tio
substanee. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worm*
nnd allays Feverisliness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, eures Constipation
ami Flatuleaicy. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Ktomaeli aud liowels, giving healthy and natural sleep*
The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend*
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
LXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
WasMay Soar© it® ©@mro©
Do not fail to uie RED CROSS BALL BLUE. Dobo and you will see your clothes aa pr< ttj a white aa you liava
never Been them before. Your grocer sills a lartfe L'-o/.. pnekittfe fur only cents. UeMH-mbt'r ti If name- anil (fct the i;inuino.
I'ORTA Itl.K nnd drill uny dej-lh. .
by i.ieam or horMi power. |
4*4 DirKKKENT STYLES.
We rtiHlW'nKe rompetltlon.
V re.- Illttalr.1.4 I alaloyu. >0. 4.
KKI.I.V & TANEY KILL CO*
1 I ( hentmit St.,Waterloo, low*.
Thompson'* Ey* Wattr
Prohibit Cigarette Smoking.
A bill to prohibit juvenile cigarette
smoking is before the South Austral
ian legislature, ami will probably be
come a law. The age below which
: moking is prohibited is fixed at six
Write F. A. HIGHBARGER for catalog
114-11C N. Market St.. Wichita, Kans.
W. N. U.—Wiclrita—No. 26—1905
When Answering Advertisements
Kindly Mention This Paper.
cc&sful. 'fhoiuughlycleanses, killsdiseasoeerms.
6tops discharges, beals iQllainmation and Iucaj
#orenes3, cures leucoirhcea and nasal catarrh.
I'axtine is in jx>wilrr form to be dissolved in pir*
water, and is lar more cleansing, healing, KemucuiaJ
and economical than liquid antiseptics for all
TOILI:T AND WOMEN'S SPCCIAL USE?
. Forssle st aruoistsf 80 cents s ' x.
Trial liox and itook ol Instructions Free.
Tkk r. Paaton Company Boston, Mass,
To cure, or money refunded by your merchant, so why not try it? Price 50c.
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