The Oklahoma Labor Unit (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 41, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 3, 1909 Page: 7 of 8
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TWO YEARS OF FREEDOM.
No Kidney Trouble at All Since Using
Doan's Kidney Pills.
FIELDER JONES STAR PASS
RECEIVER IN THE MAJORS
Ex White Sox Manager Received 102
Free Trips to First Base
Li t Seasor.
Mrs. J. D. Johnson. 710 We© St . Co
lumbia, Mo., says: "I was in misery
with kidney trouble,
and finally had to un 1 ><ti , B t
dergo an operation. ! la"' boiis "f <-hl
I did not rally well, | ' "«° Whiu' Stoc king,,. ti,.' leading
and began to suffer J I "■erlver In the American league
1 last season, being tn« one athlete in
major league baseball who pried from
the i>ii< turn more thau 100 free trips
to the starting cushion. The Oregon
timber king got 102 eompllmeiitaries.
of which right were of the Red Cross
variety. Jones, while working the
pitchrrs for transportation ofteuer
than any oilier player iv the Johnson
organization, did not excel all his
rivals in reuching first bases on balls.
Hartsel. the Athletics* tow-haired
guardian ol left field, had HG passes
handed to him. The keenness of
"Topsy's" batting eye is shown by the
fuct that not once was he hit by a
The .left, fielders of the Johnson
league sure were a patient lot, pos-
se^-ed ot ke<n vision. 'Matty Mcln
tyre, 1* ft fielder of the Detroit Tigers,
drew complimentaries, and Josh
Clarke, who played the game position
for the Naps, got 88. These two men
ranked third and fourth in the list of
pitcher worriers. George Stone of St.
smothering spells and
dropsy. My leftside
was badly swollen
and the action of the
■my kidneys much disor-
vy'YV dercd. My doctors
said T would havo to be tapped, but I
began using Doan's Kidney Pills in-
stead, and the swelling suvsided and
the kidneys began to act properly.
Now my health is fine." (Statement
made Aug. 1, 1900, and confirmed by
Mrs. Johnson Nov. 16, 1908.)
Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
THE EXTREME OF ECONOMY.
Illustrated by Thrifty Philadelphia
, Pair and Their Eye-Glasses.
A worthy tradesman of this city
was discussing optics with a customer
the other day, apropos of the latter'i
appearance with his first eye-glasses.
"I've been wearing this pair of spec-
tacles for nearly twenty years now," j Louis wended his way to first through
A LITTLE KNOWLEDGE
Of Painting Requirements Will Save
When one sees the surface of a
house or other building scaling, or
peeling, or spotted or blistered, or
showing other symptoms of paint "dis-
ease," it is evident that a poor painter
has been on the job, and that poor
paint was used—or possibly that a
good painter had been domiuated by j
a property-owner who knew nothing
It is an easy matter to be informed
on paint and painting. A complete
painting guide, including a book of
color schemes, either for exterior or
interior—specifications for all kinds
of painting,—and an instrument for
detecting adulteration in paint ma- 1
terial, with directions for using it,
may be had free by writing National
Lead Company, 1902 Trinity llldg.,
New York City, and asking for House-
owner's Painting Outfit No. 49.
Then, every houseowner should i
make it a point to get only well-1
known reliable brands in buying his
materials. Pure white lead is espe-
daily important, or the paint will
not prove satisfactory. The famous 1
"Dutch Boy Painter" trademark of i
National Lead Company, the largest
makers of pure white lead, is an ab-
solute guarantee of tho purity and
quality of the white lead 3old under
it. That trademark is a safeguard
al.cohol-3 per ce n't
AVegt-tablo Preparation for As -
ft. similating iheKoodaiMlRcgula
jjB | linjj (ho Stomachs ami Howils of
!iiv Promotes Digestion,Cheerful-
!!x iiessandResf Contains neither
Opium.Morphine nor Mineral
Not Xahc otic
Prop* cf oiri DrSAwa rrrc/fw
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h\xkflh Sa/tj -
.4tut St*J *
ftpptrminf - \
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bintrfirn /% or '
remarked the tradesman, "and my
wife a pair just like them for the same
time, and now wo couldn't either of
us see without them, and we nover
had anything tho matter with our eyes
in the first placo."
"What did you begin to wear them
for, then?" inquired the customer.
"Why, you see," explained the other,
Jn a matter of-fact manner, "when my
brother-in law died he left the two
pair of spectacles, and we couldn't
sell them for anything like what they
were worth."—Harper's Weekly.
"Here is a little present for you—a
superb $5,000 necklace—"
"Oh! How nice of you!"
"—that I will let you have for $1,-
A TRAIN LOAD OF TOBACCO.
the generosity of the dingers r>9 times, against paint trouble.
Patsy Dougherty of Chicago grabbed
off <51 lree tickets and Bob (Junley of
Washington 49. Six of the American
league's left fielders, therefore, had
14G hand-outs. That's just 111 more
than the entire Highland team was
able to get.
The New York Highlanders garnered
f« wer gifts than any other team in the
American league. Their nearest rivals
were the champion Tigers, who did
not have to wait and knew how to hit-
The White Sox were the cleverest
collection of pass collectors, the Sena-
tors next. The Naps tanked third, the
Athletics fourth, the Bostons fifth and
the St. Louis Browns sixlh. All tol\l
the American league pi tellers passed
2,877 uthle.tes and hit 884 players, as
■ Hit by
St. LOUIS 34H
New York -! i
'C AperfectRemedy forConslip*
Mr Hon . Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea,
.V.5 ness and Loss OF SLEEP
Fac Simile Signature of
Tiie Centaur Company.
At6 TYiunths old,
35 noils-J5CE NTS
Guaranteed under the Foodanj)
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
For Infanta nnd Children.
The Kind You Have
45 to 50 Bu. of Wheat Per Acr
have been grown oo (arm Undo in
P'JC t from
I he gen.
"Altar* loud in their
praises of the great
crop* and that won-
derful country." -£i-
ccrrtspondfr.it N*Horu I LJilorul
It is now possible to secure a homestead ol 160
acies (tee and anotitet tOOacies at S3.1)0 per acre,
iiundietis have |>aid the cost ol their (arms (il
purchoseil) and then had a balance ol Irom $10.00
to $12.00 i>er acre Itom one crop. Wheat, bailey,
oats flax all do well. Mixed farming is a great
success and dairying is highly profitable. Excel,
lent climate, splendid schools and churches, rail,
ways bring most every district within ea?y reach
ol maiket. Railway and land companies have
lands lor sale at low price* and on easy termi.
"Last ltest West" pamphlets and maps sent
tree. For these and information as to how
to secure loweat ruilway rates, apply to
Superintendent of Immigration, Ottawa,
Canada, or the uuthorixed Canadian Govern-
J. S. CRAWFORD.
do. 125 W. Ninth Street. Kama* City. MusourL
Son—Say, dad; when is tlie free- >
dom of the city given to a man?
Pater—When his wife goes to the
country for the summer.
HUMOR BURNED AND ITCHED.
Eczema on Hand, Arms, Legs and
Face—It Was Something Terrible.
Twenty-four Carloads Purchased fof
Lewla' Single Binder Cigar
What is probably the biggest lot of
all fancy grade tobacco held by any
factory in the United States has just
been purchased by Frank P. Lewis, of
Peoria, for the manufacture of Lewis'
Single Binder Cigars. The lot will
make twent>-four carloads, and is se-
lected from what is considered by ex-
perts to be the finest crop raised in
many years. The purchase of tobacco
is sufficient to last the factory more
than two years. An extra price was
paid for the selection. Smokers of
Lewis' Single Binder Cigars will appre*
ciate this tobacco.
—Peoria Star, January 16, igog.
Needed Her at Once.
When Bonaparte Bluebell annonneed
his engagement to Lily Doe everybody j
in the blacksmith shop congratulated I
him on winning such a hard working j
and forehanded mate. But Erastua
" 'Peared lak you wouldn't never
speak up, Bonaparte. It's going on six
months since you begun to fiddle roun' j
"Dat's so," Bonaparte frankly admit- 1
ted, "but I didn't lose mah job till las'
Editor—This is not a good dialect
Author—On the contrary it is one
of the best ever written.
Editor—Huh! How do you dope that j
Author—If you will examine it
carefully, you will see that not a single
word in the entire MS, is spelt right. ;
If we must be aiflicted with weak,
Bore and inflamed eyes, it is consoling
to know there is such a ready relief
within our reach as Doctor Mitchell's
Eye Salve. One bottle usually effects
complete cure. Have you ever tried
this wonderful remedy? All stores.
Price 25 cents.
The Eternal Marathon.
"Man," declared the old-fashioned
preacher, "is a worm."
"And," said a man who had been
married three times and who was oc-
cupying a small space in a rear pew,
"woman is the early bird."
Red. Weak, Wenry, Wntory
Rollover! by Murine Eye Remedy. Com*
pounded by Experienced Physicians. Mu-
rine Doesn't Smart; Soothes Eye Pain.
Write Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago, 1
for Illustrated Eye Book. At Druggists, j
The Bride—I want a piece of meat
without any bone, fat or gristle.
The Butcher—Madam. I think you'd
better have ail egg.—Harper s Weekly.
Don't stop eating to chew WRIG-
LEY'S SPEARMINT. Chew it after.
It's fine for digestion.
If duty would use a megaphona
more of us might hear the call.
ONLY ONE "BROMO oriMNK "
That .s LAXATIVlf 1UU imo gi'lN! S K hook fo
i mm! the World
The flingers of the junior organiza-
tion had hotter command than their
brethren of the National league, ex-
cept in the matter of shooting the ball
into players' ribs. The Johnson de-
livery men were touched for 290 fewer
passes than tho vets and kids who at-
tended to the National league box-
The American league's most, patient
team would have been made up of
Fielder Jones, "Topsey" Hartsel and
Matty Mclntyre in the outfield, Harry
Davis, Jimmy Williams, Rhody Wal-
lace and Freddy Parent in the infield,
wilh Charley Street and Addie Joss
as the battery.
Jake Stahl of Boston had the dis-
tinction of being winged by the pitch-
trs oftener than any other player in
the junior organization. Hi' was vac-
cinated 21 times.
TO COACH PRINCETON ELEVEN
Captain of Princeton's 1907 Football
Eleven Who Has Been Chosen
Field Coach for 1909.
ibn signature ot K. W. til'ON h. I y
orer to Cure a Culd in One U«J.
lotc is not blind, but tbos# whom
U affects are.
It is bplieveil that before another
year all of the big league clubs will
have baseball scouts on their pay rolls.
The iligging up of young players is a
necessity and I he competition is on
the increase. The Giants have Dan
Brouthers on (he job, while (he High
landers have ihe services ol Arthur
I Irwin. Tow Daly is the Brookl.vns'
j sleuth and Tom McCarthy will keep
:in eye open for the Cincinnati club.
I'al Donovan will scout for the Bos
1 ton Americans. Jim McGuire will
] scout the minor leagues for the Clevc
! lands. Ted Sullivan is agent for the
j Chicago White Sox and .lack O'Connor
I is on the lookout for the St. Jyjvj."
Complete Cure by Cuticura.
"About fifteen or eighteen years
ago eczema developed on toir of my ^
hand. It burned and itched so much
that I was compelled to show it to a
doctor. He pronounced It ringworm.
After trying his different remedies the
disease increased and went up my
arms and to my legs and finally on iny
face. The burning was something
terrible. I went to another doctor who
had tho reputation of being the best
in town. He told me it was eczema.
His medicine checked the advance of
the disease, but no further. I finally j
concluded to try the Cuticura Reme-
dies and found relief in the first, trial. ;
I continued until I was completely |
cured from the disease, and I have .
not been troubled since. C. Burkhart, '
236 W. Market St., Chambersburg, Pa.,
Sept. 19, 1908."
1'oller Drug A Chcm. Corp, Sole Props., Boston.
The Floyd county commissioners, It
is reported, "have ordered ten dozen
suits of pajamas for tho county's con
vlcts." Is there another county In
Georgia or another penal Institution
in the United States that provides
its prisoners with tho fashionable
"nighties?" Who wouldn't rather be
a pajamaed prisoner In that Floyd
county chain-gang than a no night-
shirt freeman on the plains of windy
We nffor One Hundred Dollars Howard for any
case of catarrh that cannot be cured by llall'i
Catarrh Cure. , ^ j
F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo. O.
We, thn underslRnod, have known F. .1- «'hrney
fOr the lust 10 years, and believe him perfectly hon- 1
orable In all business transactions and financially
Able to carry out any obligations made by bla firm.
Walui.no. Kinsa* a Marvin.
Wholesale Druirglsts. Toledo. O.
Hairs Catarrh Cure la taken Internally noting
directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces nf the
system. Testimonials sent free. 1'rlce 76 cenu per
bottle. Bold by all DruuxistA.
Take llall'i Family FlllA for constipation.
A Sure Proof.
"That old fellow hasn't the slightest
suspicion his young wife dislikes
"How do you know that he hasn't?"
"Because I have seen him eat her
The Writer's Child—Pa. what is
The Writer—Penury, my son, is the
wagoa of the pen.
Kill the Flies Now
ocfore they multiply. A DAISY FLY j
KILLER kills thousands. Lasts the sea- |
•on. Ask your dealer, or send 20c to II. ,
Somers, 149 l)e Kalb Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Many a tax dodger would no doubt
hold up his hands in horror if any one
was to call him a thief—but what else
ALL UP-TO-DATE HOUSEKEEPERS
Use Red Cross Ball Blue. It makes clothcs
4san and sweet as when new. All grocers.
A man talks about love as though
he felt ashamed of the conversation.
Mri. Wlnalow'A Soothing Syrup.
For children teeth!n*. softens the gurns, rcduces tn-
QAnimation, allays patn, cures wind colic. 25c a boitie-
Your orthography is twisted, Alonzo.
A woman is not a padded cell.
The Gin That Attracts The Grower
A MUNGER System Ginning Outfit is the best advertisement a ginner
can have. Every cotton grower knows that the MVJNGER System will give
him largest turn-out, best sample and an increased market value for his crop.
Four ginners out ot lite select — nine growers out of ten patronize—the
The MUNGER System gives the ginner the further advantages of greatest
capacity, steady run, greatest freedom from delays and breakdowns, greatest
profit at the season's end.
The MUNGER System gives choice of
Winship and Eagle Gins. No 4 freak features."
stallation. Single machines or complete
equipment. Engines, Boilers, I.inters and
full line of Cotton Machinery.
WrlMf*r**UUfa*| h* Uf«l *olir IllattralUa*. It' Fnt,
Munger, Pratt, Smith,
or two i
rOITIMSSTAL fill (OBriST
tait. 8«. Dallfta, laiaa
Xln(ham. ti*. ■rm|ibla. Taas.
rlalU, I.C. Ilrldf*«altr.li
tddraai aalaa *Baa aaaraat ja«)
Why add by the mental
pencil process, and then
check to see if it's correct
when the fltiivjMat adds
three to five times faster
and does it with unerring
Time saved is money
earned. Anything that
saves time is an investment.
The ftnivtraaf saves time
and money. Invest now.
A demonstration on your
work in your office at our
expense will furnish you
with the proof. Write today.
You need me.
I'm built on honor.
I print red totals.
I sell on my merits.
I am fully guaranteed.
F . T. Miller, Soles Agent
7 Weal becontl Htr*. t. ok lahoma City
'JttUpliOtM 17 M.
Pink Eye, Epizootic
nolaonouairaniiii rrnni th« body. I 'tirt* l i>tami>rr In Doy* and Kheep nnd « I
Poultrv. I-argfKt mIIIiik live stork remedy, lure* i j (7rl|i|x« among litima
" Iney remedy. ami si a l ott!e, st.u
your druggist, who % ill get It furyou.
and In a line
tt. Show to. ....
and Cures." Hpeelal agent* wanted.
j "booklet, '
SPOHN MEDICAL CO.. .MM?. GOSHEN, INO., U. S. A.
"I'm afraid you're not tall onouglt
for a nurse," said the mistress inter-
viewing an applicant.
"Oh, yes, ma'am," replied the girl.
"It's all the better that I'm short; the
children don't drop bo far when they
Sciencc and Culture.
Engineer—I've just been in steam
Lit—Good! You've needed some-
thing like that, for a long time.—Wis-
Just the Thing.
"How is the little bootblack getting
on whom you started?"
"He? Why, he's a shining success." s
You can't stop smoking without a 1
substitute. Don't accept a substitute
for WRIGLEY'S SPEARMINT. It j
makes not-smoking, easy.
A good singer can always make j
women cry by singing "Home, Sweet I
Home." So many people long for a
home, and bo few li&ve one.
Your working power depends upon your
health! Gartiela Tea corrects disorders of |
liver, kidneys, stomach And bowels; over-
comes constipation, purifies the blood-
brings good health.
True thinking, pure living, right act-
ing and accurately stating, are the |
prime foundation for a noble charac- j
Here's something good that bad lit- :
1 tie boys like—WRIGLEY'S SPEAR-
It's easy for a man's wife to dress
well if his creditors can afford It.
pit.em cttred in o to 14 dats.
PAZO OINTMltNT ihguaranteed to cure anr raae
I of Itching, Blind. Blooding « r I'n.'-rudlng I'ilea In
; b to 14 daysor money refunded. 60o.
j Chicken-hearted people are always
' hatching excuses.
Feet Ache— ITae Allen'* Fool-Fane
OTerflft.OOOfchtlnmntaU. Itefune Imitation•- f cnd for
tree trial package. A. S. Oloibled, Le Koy, N. Y.
It takes a has-been a long time to
find It out.
THE CLEANEST •«&*+.; THE MOST
THE LIGHTEST COMFORTABLE
im cheapest in the
end because it
in the purchase of
t is an absolute
guarantee of pur-
ity and quality.
For your own
that it is on the si«h* of
every keg of white lead
NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY
1902 Trinity B'.ildinu. Hew York
Honug Lobert has signed his IMO
contract with tho Reds. He will hold
down the shortstop position.
The National league umpires w ll
report lor instructions at tho New
York headquarters, April 12.
The memorial to the late Henry
, (Ihadwlck, "the father of baseball,"
will be unveiled in Hrooklyn, April
20, the first anniversary of his death.
; "If Allies gets away right this year,"
nays John J. McGraw, "he will un-
' doubtedly be one of the season's great-
It is being rumored that the Pacific
coast outlaw league will shortly go
! out of business on account of its over-
grown salary list.
Sate and Castor
-bad stuff—never cure,
only makes bowels move be-
cause il irritates and sweats them,
j like poking finger in your eye. The best
Bowel Medicine is Cascarets.
Every Salts and Castor Oil user should
get a box of CASCARETS and try
them just once. You'll «ee. es*
Cancarets—10c box—week's treatment.
All <lru2irists. Biggest seller lo
world—million boxus u month.
ELASTIC RUBBER nUUlInU
"Proven Best after 15 YEARS TEST."
fiend for Hamplen and Price*. If your hard-
ware or lumber dealer dou't bundle It -write
ST. LOUIS ASFIIALT CO.,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
illurai and flintier land
Ic. Price t i>«-r acra.
Address 11ENKV UEN11AM, Claco, Teiaa.
W. N. U., Oklahoma City, No. 14, 1909.
IHSi Per Salter's catalog page 129. URSHSfl
Lanre* growers of onion and vegetable
aerds in tho world, big catalog fiee: or,
S'-nd I6c in EtaiiU'8 and receive catalog and
loon kernels each of onions, carrots, celery,
radishes. )?>oo each lettuce, rutabaga, tur-
nips, no parsley, 100 tomatoes, 100 melons,
1200 charming flower Reeds, in all 10.000
kernels, easily worth Sl.oo of any man's
money. Or. send 20o and we will add one
pkg. of Earliest Peep O'Day Sweet Corn.
SALZER SEED co.. Box w. La Crosse. Wis.
lowest prices. easy payments.
You cannot afford to experiment with
Untried goods sold by commission
agents. Catalogues free.
The Brunswick-Balks-Collender Company
*37-639 Delaware St.. Dipt B. KANSAS CITY.
Because of those ugly, grizzly, gray hairs. Use "LA CREOLE" HAIR RESTORER.o PHICE, Sl.OO, retail*
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