Cashion Advance. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 14, 1907 Page: 2 of 8
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STILL MORE PROOF
fb«t Or. William*' Pink Pills Hav«
Cured Even the Most Stubborn
Cases of Rheumatism.
"When I waa a boy of sixteen," Bays
Mr. Otto It Hose. a retired proper, of
1126 Lexington Avenue, Indianapolis,
Ind., "I met with a serious accident
•tiicb injured the lione of my head
•ver the right 'ye 1 recovered from
<Ji«" accident to all appearances, hut
ant many years after I lie^an to have
Intense pains in the Injured bone,
whicti came on every year and would
>Ast from a few days to «r ve al weeks.
"I consulted the doctors who told
.mf that I was suffering from neural-
gia The sight of my right eye was
••fleeted, so that at times I could
•scarcely see out of it, while both eyes
watered constantly During thCFe at-
tacks) I was often dizzy from the ter-
rible pains. The pains came on every
«>firtiing and passed away in the after-
noon I never suffered from the pain
"1 tried without success to get re-
lief until a friend told me to try Dr.
Williams' Tink Pills. When I had
laiken a few boxes I felt the pain
growing less Interine and In a much
Shorter time than I had hoped for I
was entirely cured I have recom-
mended the pills to several persons
•ho have used them with good results.
"My wife i*es Dr Williams' Pink
Fuls for nervous headaches and finds
*Jiern the best medicine she has ever
tsaed as they give relief where all oth-
Or Williams' Pink Pills are sold
by all druggists or sent, postpaid on
«c.el|it 'rf price, f.O cents per box, six
boxes $2 50, by the Dr. Williams Medi-
tine-Company. Schenectady, N. V.
An Instructive booklet, entitled
'•Nervous Disorders," will be sent free
mi request to anyone interested.
TO BE NO TROUBLE
PRESIDENT AND FRISCO AU-
THORITIES SO DECIDE
ONE DAY BEHIND SCHEDULE.
ADJUSTMENT NOT AGREED UPON
But School Question W ll Be Set
tied Amicably — Mutual Unde' i
6tanding to the Effect That Set j
tiement Can Be Reached
For winter irritations of the
skin, eczemas, rashes, frost
bites, chappings, chafin&s,
jtchiiiRs, redness and rough-
ness, especi illy of face and
hands, for I imeness and
soreness incidental towinter
-.ports, for sanative, antisep-
tic < le mslng.for baby.rashes,
ifchings, and chafings, and
<!>i ill the purposes of the
rilet.baUvand nursery ,Cuti-
ih i Soap, assisted hyCuti-
ura Ointment, is priceless.
iuar.mteed absolutely rue, and may
tv used from Uu* hour ol birth.
Washington, Feb. 11 — President
Roosevelt and the authorities of
San Francisco today reached the
mutual understanding that the Caii
foruia-Japauese school question -in
le adjusted without danger of any
serious difficulty with Japan. The
details of the adjustment are not
agreed upon. To arrange tbetn other
conferences are to be held, the next
to take place Monday. It was au
thoritatively stated tonight that the
one accomplishment of today's con
f. retice was a mutual understand-
ing that a settlement could be
reached which would be satlsfac
tory and which would leave no
ground for trouble-making1 com
plaint by Japan.
The California delegation came to
Washington, it is stated, with noth-
ing in the nature of an ultimatum,
but rather open to the consideration
of any basis of settlement whicu the
administration might propose.
The conference took place at the
White House this afternoon It was
attended by President Roosevelt
and Secrt tary Root, representing
the administration, and by Mayor
K. E. Schmitz, the members of the
board of education, the superintend
ent of echo. , and the assistant city
attorney of San Francisco, pepre
senting the educational interests of
The t'aliforniana reached the exe-
cutive ollices shortly before 3
o'clock and halted for a few mo-
ments on the steps, where tney
were photographed in a group. Pre-
ceding their call, the president had
been closeted for some time with
Secretary Root, presumably to talk
over the situation. This over, the
president cordially greeted the Call-
j fornian1, who hail b< eji shown imo
i his ollices and after brief formali-
i lies the conference was begun.
Secretary Hoot remained at the
| president's r< quest, because of the
j fact that whatever diplomatic ne-
1 initiations may arise as a result of
j the decision finally arriv'ed at will
I have to be conducted by the state
No statement as to the results of
| the conference was obtainable at
i ihe White House. It was said the
president would have absolutely
' nothing to say on the subject for
! publication and that the San Fran
! ciscoans had agreed not io discuss
tli<- subject in a public way.
Japs Want No Compromise.
Mnsttji Mlyakawa, representative
of the Japam so residents of San
j Francisco, and the attorney of the
injunction case in the United
l States circuit court of San Francis-
co against the board of edueation.
arrived here last night with the San
Francisco board of education. He
had a conftrence today with Secre-
I appreciate hlghiv." lie said to
night, "the attitude of the president
cabinet and the Japanese emlihs-y
for bringing about an amlcnlde set-
tlement of the school controversy
and I am also satisfied with Mayor
Schmitz and the members of th''
I board of education for their con-
attorney for th
children in the f
afti i lb' .lapane
Hon, and in thb
I am here as the
ib ral court, to loo\
<■ end of the sltua
capacity I wish to
I .ilin II. h l ull.
state that the Japanese want to com-
I promise on the school children
, CuU( Ultt book it'I. 4* l>an««"
Murder in Second Degree.
Positively cuicd by
these Lutie Pills.
Tliev al io relievo Dfct
tn « trim l>yv;u p'U, In- j H,.| i|i;
dlgi •Uimai.d'l lolloartj
lilting, A perfe.-t r ir
city t.ir Dtolm Null" iv
f^owslnehs, I'.jI T .Ui
in tlio Mouth. Conted
Tongiio, I'uln In the SMo,
Tultinn I.IVI'IL Tliuy
r«nilat<i tho Howe In. Purely Voge table,
mi PILL SMALL OOSE. SMALL PRICE.
City, Mo., Feb. 11 a Jury
criminal court here this
• turned m vrdlct finding
Crone guilty of murder in
Genumo Must Bear
I REFUSE SUBSTITUTES.
PFUOIAKI iMIHN W MllltHII I lacked
Wellington, l . r,
tttM)(i« «Vuiiy ProMi ui«e Claim®.
•fn ITIn- lp.i K.nruliifr I . 8. Prnali* Bur***
4EFUNCE STUCK-: ■V.';
.H*lni .!«■< tin. "li'i I IIIHII f -■•III. lirln. .nil
•MrMNCI" I* WfMIOII VUA'.ITV.
mil degree for having killed
How lin, his former sweet
heart, and lixi d his punishment at
ts years in the penitentiary. An up
peal probably will be taken.
Crone attacked Miss Itowlln and
Frank Kern with a gas pipe ont
nl^lil last June as they were sent- I
on Kersey ('oaten drive which ov
lookh the union lation Tin y Wf
found uncoimcloiiH on tho following
morning. Kery lying on the road
way and the girl half way down tho
steep hill that skirts the thorough
fare. I.aler the girl died of h«l
wounds Kern was unconscious for
several days and when lie recovered
Ills sen es said that Crone had h*
Crone Is lit years old mid at the
time of the attack worked at the
One of Crone's counsel was Jess*
.lunus Ji xon of the noted bandit.
Boston Business Man Wanted to Tak*
Time to Catch Up.
Several years ago. when the Univer-
sity of Chicago held Its decennial
celebration. John I) Rockefeller was
its guest for several days A bewild-
ering succession of functions followed
cne another in such quick succession
that each affair was from one to four
At the great banquet on the closing
•Jay, Mr. Rockefeller, in his after-
dinner speech, told the following
"I have felt for the past 24 hours
like the Hoston business man who
lived in the suburbs and came in to
his office every da> One winter after-
noon be took the train for his home,
but a terrific snowstorm was raging,
and about half way to bis suburb the
train was snowed in All night the
pas,;;eugers were Imprisoned, but early
in the morning they managed to reach
a near by telegraph station, and the
Boston man sent the following dis
patch to his office:
" 'Will not be in the office to-day.
Have not got home yesterday yet."—
MIX THIS AT HOME.
Valuable Prescription Which Anyone
Can Easily Prepare.
The following simple homemade
■fixture Is said to readily relieve and
ovetcome any form of Rheumatism by
'orcing the Kidneys to filter from the
olood and system all the uric acid and
poisonous waste matter, relieving at
once such symptoms as backache,
weak kidneys and bladder and blood
Try it, as it doesn't cost much to
make, and is said to be absolutely
harmless to the stomach.
Get the following harmless ingredi-
ents from any good pharmacy: Fluid
Rxtract Dandelion, one-half ounce;
Compound Kargon, one ounce; Com-
pound Syrup of Sarsaparilla, three
ounces. Mix by shaking well in a bot-
tle, and take a teaspoonful after each
tneal and again at bedtime.
This simple mixture is said to give
prompt relief, and there are very few
cases of Rheumatism and Kidney
troubles it will fail to cure perma-
These are all harmless, every-day
drugs, and your druggist should keep
them in the prescription department;
if not, have him order them from the
wholesale drug houses for you, rather
than fail to use this, if you are. af- I
The English language has its own
peculiar terrors. Who would not pity
the foreigner attempting to under-
stand such sentences as "It was put
in case in case it should rain." "The
first one won one sovereign." "I will
come by and by and buy a bicycle?"
And how could you expect a German
to get at the real meaning of the
metaphors in the following sentence—
'lielng unhorsed he dogged hi* man
and soon had him cowed?"
$100 Reward, $100.
Ttie read*." of tbU piper will bo ple.neil to le.rn
tti*; lUerii tiat I''.*l .jiii ill-ended dine*.. tbat .eleue,
ti** >KMt ai>le to cum In a I 1.1 naifaa. .nil that I.
Catarrh Ha i • Catarrh Cur. I« the un.y pualtlv.
cur. 11 iw Itiwwn 10 tlia mejioal fraiernlty. Catarrh
l.ela r - i.il[ ultjnal ill..-a,<3, reijuliea a cuuatltu-
11 .nil treitmeui lla • i alarrti Cure I. laaiu In
tenia! y anuii* tire- i.y upno in. I>i «"l aui uiucau,
!]-' , ... .,f (he .yct.Mli. thereby ileatroytn< th.
f ■ ,nl.ti! *ii - f Hie di-'-at.. and glvluK th. patient
iiniih Py uiiu.lln* up in. c.>n«tUutli,n .od .Mlatr
■ i,^ . ne in n„' Hi it >rk. The pruprl.iiiri ha*.
go ill'Uih taith in 1M curatlvs power, that they offer
fine Hundred 11 ■ ara f ir any caae that tt fall, to
cure ^--nd lor i! - * of testimonial..
A I Ire#. K .1. t llKNKV * CO., Toledo. O
^ .ilin n!l Ilrua^tat#
Ta.e Hall's t- amlir Pllli f ir initlpaUoii.
Young Poet (to creditor who pre-
sents a bill- -Oh, how good of you! I
was looking everywhere for a piece
of paper upon which to write a won-
derful thought which has Just come
to me, and you drop down like an an-
gel from heaven!
That an article may be good as well
as cheap, and give entire satlsfjctioi,
is proven by the extraordinary sale ot
Oeflan' c Starch, each package con-
taining one third more Starch th in
can be had of any other brand for the
He courteous In business Manner*
are as necessary to business as pol-
ish is to a parquet floor.
fti.r. i I it in o to ti ni ▼ .
VA/.* hiIMMKM' n u-iarnnit '« «'«iro an* <*•*•
,f I , h im. II n.i. II «t I'r.Mrudlng I'iIm lo
b u 14 Jaffc • uioi-wf reiuod««l 60f.
While man wants but little here be-
low. he n«ver g*Ha quite enough.
Mri. WInflow'* eoothlnc Kfrnp.
For « hlWlrrn t««*thlO(, Boftena th« fini*. t >
flbuiit.bilou. i itvtptliM'urii wind collo. 'ibctboUl*.
Too bed tbat most good eating If
bad for ou*
PtTNAM FADKIaESS DYES eolor
more g' o«l^, per package, than other*, and
the color* are blighter and fatter.
Sometimes a woman r face ovprdoew
It In the matter of telling her age
to € urn: a < ni.ii iv iiv t: m *
Take I.AX a III I! ItltiMO g ■>■ 1 - - '"n*-
Our Idea of a selfr ti person Is one
who is unable to recmember a favor.
For a time, take Nature's medicine,
Oartielil i'ea: it (leaiiM i- t in n-sti tn. piir-
ifies the blood mid uimiH-s a normal action
of liver. kiilne\-. i-liitiiacli atel bowela. I
Made of Herbs.
A kind thought toward a fellow mor.
tal has but little virtue In it If it be
not transmuted Into a generous deed.
—Kev. J. L. Sptiding
In a Pinch, Use ALLEN'S i-OOT EAS-.
A powder. It enreh painfi) ^
Ing, nervous feet and ingrowing na .
Its the greatest coinfort dist' <>l
the age. Ma,.es n«-w shoe1; fas A
certain cure for sweating feet Sold
by all druggists, liot- Trial packagi
FHKK. Address A S Olmsted. la-
Roy, N. Y.
A Man of High Principle.
Scotsman up for the week enu 'who
has been asked by his friend to go to
a music hall.)—Na. na, man' I/ye no
ken I never visit a music hall on th'
Saturday—for fear I should laugh in
th' kirk on th' Sawhath?—LoDdon
Sheer while g kuIs, m .an, any fi «
urasb goods when mw, owe much ol
their attractiveness to the way they
ar laundered, this being dono in a
manner to enhance their textile beau-
ty. Home laundering would be equal
iy satisfactory if proper attention w. s
given to starchifff, the first essential
being good Starch, which has <ui!fic|eni
strength to stiffen, without thickening
the goods. Try OefianStarch and
you will be pleasantly surprised at the
Improved anpea'anee of your work
All le.d i-ai-ked
iLla UUfcl i
White I.rad and
I.instrd Oil need
no argument, no
selves as the bevt
and most economic-
al paint yet known to
been fur the buyer to l e
alwni ^ sure ol ilie ptircy
of the wiiiti- lead and oil
We have registered the
trademark of tlieJJutch Boy painter
to I* the final proof of quality, gen-
uineness and purity to paint buyers
ever\ where. When this trade mark
appears on the keg, you can lie sure
tti.it the contents is Pure White
Lead made by the Old Dutch Process.
SEND FOR BOOK
"A Talk i n I'alnt." ci ./aln«W tnfiirmj-
ti«.u uu iht* paint Bubj«sct. I rtH> upou rtxjiMHC
NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY
in whtrhn+r of th* foil >t®-
mg rttiea it ti'arr-st yon ;
New York. Hilton. HulTaln. C Hailit
CiiH-innuti. C'hi« ro. St Ih'l*-
dfiphii* (John T I^wl* A llrt>«. Co. P U^
burgh lNtttlon l ].♦**•! 6 Oil t-'o.)
Ely's Cream Balm
Valuable Relics L'nearthed.
Jerusalem papers report that on the
opening of graves at I'ergamos a num-
ber of rare relics were brought to
light In one grave lay a golden ro-
sary. In two other tombs wreaths j tile dim-used membrane. It cures Catarrh
were found, representing artistically- . mid drives away n fold in the Head quickly.
is quickly absorbed.
Gives Relief at Once.
Tt closings, soothe**.
Ileitis and protects
made gold imitations of oak leaves. A
wolf's head in gold was discovered,
as well as various farming utensils,
swords and other weapons The an-
tiquities were sent to the Museum of
Ucstores the Senses of Taste tind Smelt,
Full size 50 cts. at Druggists or by until)
t'riul size lOcts. by mail.
Kl> Brothers, 00 Warren Street. New York.
DEFi&NCE STARCH ti net, t 1h u-.ua
THKEE EPOCHS IN
A WOMAN'S LIFE
MRS. ELVA BARBER EDWARDS
There are three critical in a
woman's life which leavo their mark
in her career. The first of the.se stages
is womanhood, or the change from a
eare free girl to bmi<Hng womanhood,
The second is motherhood, and tho
third is Change of Life.
Perils surround each of these stages,
and most of tho misery that comes
to women through ill health dates
from one or another of these im-
Women should remember thatLydla
R. Wnkham's Vegetable Compound
tnade from native roots and herbs has
carried thousands of %y°UTig girls over
i the critical period of puberty, has
i prepared mothers for childbirth, and
I in later years carried them safely
through the change of life, more suc-
cessfully than any other remedy in
| the world. Thousands of testimonials
i from grateful persons, two of which
are here published, substantiate this
fact beyond contradiction,
Mrs. (Jeorge Walters of YVoodlawu,
111. writes i
l)enr Mrs. I'inkhnm —
"I fowl it. my duty to tell you of the good
Tiftlis K. PinKham's V^potAhie C/imnnund
his iIotia me in preparing for eli ll« I birth.
Aft<*r flufT riui5 and l«isiug my chiMren a
frioud adviwwi rn.j t« trv your vnlnabie timv
dicine. and tho result v us that I hail v«rf
little intHmvwnionce, a quick recovery and
MRS. GEORGE WALTERS
as healthy a child n* can be found anywh«r«k
Lydia 11. l'lnkham's Ve^ tahle <'oiiummiuJ
L a blessing to ail expectant mot hem."
Mrs, Klva Harber K<lwardfw o#
Cathlamet, Wash., writes:
Dear Mrs. lMnkluun:—
"I want to t^'ll yoti how Lydia E. lMnlu
ham's V« i;otablrt ('onuiound carried in#
through tli. critical |M'rio«l of the Change ol
Life without any trouble whatever, alio
cured me of a v ry severe female woaUne«,
I cannot say enough in praise of what your
medicine has done for me.'*
What Lydia E. PinUhatn's Vegetable
Compound did for Mrs. Walters and
Mrs. lid wards it will do for other wo-
men in their condition. Every suf-
fering woman in the United States
is asUed to accept the following in-
vitation. It is free, will bring you
health and may save your life,
Mrs. I'inkham's Invitation to Women.
Women sii ITrrinjf frotu any form of
female weakness tiro invited to
promptly communicate with Mri,
l'inklitini, nt l.vtiti. Mass. From th#
symptoms given, the trouble may
locate 11 ami the <|ulckesl nml surest
way of recovery ailviseii. Outofhnr
vast volume of experience in treating
female ills Mrs. I'inkhuin prolialil*
bus tin- very knowledge that will
help your case. Iler advice is free
During itH long rororrl of tnoro than thirty yearn its long list, ot
actiml cures, entitle* Lvdia E. Piukhiim'fl X'ogetahlo C> mi>oun(l to
tlio ros|)oi't .and confidence of every ftiir tnindeil jierson,
Lydia E. FlnKham's Vegetable Compound Makes Sick Wotncn WdU
IE WIS* SINGLE BINDER
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