Cleveland County Leader. (Lexington, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 10, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 29, 1900 Page: 3 of 8
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COME AND GO
In many forms
makeup a large part of human
suffering. They come suJ leuly,
but they go promptly by the
which is a certain sure cure.
of any kind aro caused by disordered
Kidneys. Look out also for backache, j
scalding urine, dizziness and brick-
dust or other sediment in urine which
has been allowed to stand. Heed these j
warnings before it is too late.
reward will be paid for a enso
of backache, nervousness, fileep-
lef-sni'ss, weakness, loss of vi-
tality. incipient kidney, bladder
ai.d urinary disorders, that cuii-
Dot be cured bj
the preat s«-ionlific discovery for shattered
nerves and thin impoverished blood.
MISSOURI AND KANSAS
people cured by Kld-ne*olds. In writings
Hit in please enclose Htamped addressed
J. W. Towers, Lniinr, Mo.
.llrs. A. li. \V'intern, 520 Porter St.. Moberly, Mo.
/i s M.-.IV A1 mil. N. ClK'nv St.. < 'nJUi< « t !,«■, Mo.
' Mfs M. M. riiristian. >19 R. Ptli St.. Sodalia.Mo.
Andrew .Tacobson, 8J8 Davinic St., Atchison, K:in.
Andrt w Tedaian, at the Soldiers' Home, Leaveu-
Mr. 11. A. Willis, 302 E. 4th St., Topeka, Kan.
Morrow's Kid-nc-olds are not pills,
but Yellow Tablets and sell at fifty
cents a box at drug stores.
*|CHN MORROW & CO., CHEMISTS, Sprjngfie'd, 0
Little Liver Pills.
I Oust Dear Signaturo of
See Foc-SlmKe Wrapper Bciow.
Very naall uud ac c ::ry
to taJuo <u> an* is,
' FOR HEADACHE.
Fi>n TOSPitJ LIVER.
h., ?>ALLoW SKIH.
, . baxtom uu Ti*f«|i«iumr_ ,
IS cthts I furciy Togo 1 aln i./V'.
-Tir-X-.1 !. .. —-• 1
CURE SICK HEAuACHS.
nOADCVNE* DISCOVERY, pives
Jc ■ quick relief and euro* worst
riisru. Jiook «.f teatlmonU* h und to DAYS' treatment
frUfcb. I>K. U. 11. UKEkN'H aO.>H, lioi L, Ailanta, lift.
For the Ladies.
SHOES THAT WEAR.
AnW Your Doaler For Them.
r.-T-",*—II «.l f
Kor.ilr.g; Comfort Powder*.
Coir.foi't powdera are beautiful little
rt u'. v.s or vp"Bo3 of courage and good
cheer, v.-iltti i on small papsrs aud
rolled up l.'.Q powdered medicines.
One Is Lo l'c unrolled, read and en-
joyed each morning. Each one Is a
mystery until Its t::rn comes. And
l*a aurprlse la a part of tho pleasure.
Advice and Kxampln.
He that gives good advice builds
with one hand; he that gives good
.counsel and example, builds with both;
but he that gives good admonition and
bad example, builds with one hand
and pulls dowji with the other.—Bacju.
Two Odd Epitaphs
A graveyard in De Kalb county,
Missouri, has a headstone with the fol-
lowing inscription, dictated by a sor-
rowing widower: "With grief I see
my loving mate is took from me,
though took by one who has a right
to call for me when he sees lit." On
a tombstone at Wayland, Mass., may
be seen this doubtful statement: "Here
lies the body oi Dr. Hayward, a man
who never voted. Of such is the king-
dom of heaven."
You can never worst an ignorant
man in an argument.
When cycling, take a bar of White1's Yu-
catan. You can ridq further aud easier.
Good resolutions and ladies who faint
in a crowd should always be carried
People who drop hints never stop to
pick them up.
Try Red Cross Ball Blue. 5 cents.
When a girl falls in love, she falls
with such a dull, sickening thud that
all her friends are shocked.
Man}'a man has risen in the world
by taking a bull by the horns.
The Host Prescription for Chills
and Fever is a bottle of Grove's Tastelf,f.3
I'hli.:. Tonic, it is .imply iron and quinine in
a tasteless form. No cure—no cay. Price, 50c.
Man isn't the only animal that lives
off his relations. There is the ant-
A railway map is a typical line en-
Luxuriant lialr with Its youthful color assured by
#s;ug IVakkf.i'.'s Hah: Balsam.
Ui.VDLKcoiiNs, the best cure for corns. 15cta.
Men are seldom charitable on an
Only a few of the things we want
are absolutely necessary to our wel-
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, us they cannot
reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh is a
blood or constitutional disease, and in order to
cure it you must take internal remedies. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts
directly on the blood and mucous surfaces.
Hall s Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine.
It was pn scribed by one of the best physicians
in this country for years, aud is a regular pre-
scription. it- is composed of the best tonics
known, combined with the best blood purifiers,
acting directly on the mucous surfaces. The
perfect combination of the two ingredients is
what produces such wonderful results in curing
Catarrh. Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY & ( O.. Props., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, price 75c.
llall s Family Pills are the best.
At most parties there are so many
guests -that there hs no pluee to sit
Horses Snffer in Cavalry Cliargo.
In a cavalry charge the list of casa-
allies among horses is naturally great-
er than among men. At Ta'/vera 290
horses were killed and 240 men, whila
at the famous charge of the Light Bri-'
! gade, at Balaklava, the losses among
horses were 360 and among men 2S0.
Siberian Prisons Abolished.
Siberia is no longer to be a penal
colony. The decree abolishing it is the
result of the building of the Siberian
railroad. Nothing can compare to tho
rapid settlement of the vast plains,
unless it be the rapid growth of the
famous dyspepsia cure, llostetter's
Stomach Bitters. Try it f r constipa-
tion, indigestion, dyspepsia or ilatu-
Some actors mal& a better show off
the stage than on.
Rich, K«<1 Blond.
Morley's Sarsaparilla and Iron not
only purifies the blood but makes new,
rich, red blood. If you have skin
eruptions, boils, abscesses, rheumatism
or scrofula, or if you have a run-down,
tired-out feeling, try this remedy and
not« the prompt results. $1.00 per bot-
tle. Sold by agent in every town.
Mod In Quantity. Ilfst lu Qnalitjr.
Morley's Sarsaparilla and Iron is a
tonic, a blood purifier and a blood
maker. It docs not stop with merely
curing certain diseases, like scrofula,
sores, abscesses, etc., but cleanses and
builds up the whole system. All who
have tried it say there is more cure
in one bottle of Morley's Sarsaparilla
and Iron than in six of any other kind.
Sold by agent in every town.
Poetical genius is often but an un-
common degree of imagination.
Country <3,tKM,eoft acres) to open to ..-moment
Fuli.crlbe for Till: KIOWA cm ti . de votnl t.' Int'.r-
mutton about these land-. One year,$1.00. Single
to. ^. H)c. ltea<l aii'I M ini t > ymr fried Itttek e:rt.
Morgan's Manual uv> |ia*o. Settler*' Guide1 ultb
fine sectional map. 81.00. Map.-5c. All ubove. 81.75,
Address lHck T. Mor.uu. Perry, o. T.
Selfishness is the root of many un
desirable specimt ns of prosperity.
You may be unable to oblige but you
can at least spealv obligingly.
Double Dally Service via Choctaw Route.
On October 7th the Choctaw, Okla-
homa and Gulf Kailroad inaugurates
double daily service from Oklahoma
and Indian Territory to Hot .Springs,
Ark., and Memphis, Tenn.. where
direct connections are made with lines
diverging for all points in the east and
Kend the Advertisements.
You will enjoy this publication much
better if you will get in the habit of
reading the advertisements; they will
afford a most interesting study and
some excellent bargains. Our adver-
tisers are reliable and scud what they
After every wedding ceremony the
guests agree that the march should
have been played faster.
LOW RATE EXCURSIONS,
Via Missouri Paelfle K'y. And Iron
To points in the West, Southwest, and
Southeast, at half-rates (plus f.'.oo) for the
round trip. Tickets on sale Tuesdays Septem-
ber 4th and 1Mb, October ilnd and if.th, Novem-
ber 6th ond 2<ith, and December ith und inth,
HMM). For full information, land folders, etc.,
address any agent of the above lines, or H. C.
Townsend, G. 1\ & T. Agent St. Louis, Mo.
The only safe bet on record—the
An old bachelor says the happiest
a£e of woman is marriage.
To Curo Indigestion.
if you were unable to enjoy your
Thanksgiving feast because of indiges-
tion, take Garfield Tea and you' will here-
after be able to enjoy all your meals.
Success is the cne crime some people
refuse to forgive in their friends.
Be true to your trust—especially if
you are one of the stockholders.
Mrs. W ills low'9 Soothing Syrup.
For children leethlnc. softens the gums, reduces !n-
tlaminatlou, allays pain, cures wind colic. 25o a bottle.
A man who risks nothing accumu-
lates a bountiful supply of the same.
Piso's Cure is the best medicine we ever used j
for all affections of the thro.it and lungs.—Wm.
O. iHNDSLEY, Vanburen, lud., Feb. 10, 1900.
The invalid doesn't necessarily lose
his sense of touch because1 he doesn't
FITS Permanently-Cured. PSofits ornorvonsnoK? aftor
first, day f ot Dr. Kline's C out Nerve Restorer.
Seud tor PH15E ti'nl bottle and treatisa
r>u. 11. H. Kline. Ltd.. 931 Arch St., Fhiladolnhiu. Ph-
If a woman gives a man advice and
can give no reason for giving.it he will
be perfectly safe in taking it.
I3e.it Published FREK.
J. W. GUNNELS, Toledo, Ohio.
The world is like a piano—full of
sharps anl flats.
The contented blacksmith is nearly
always striking for wages.
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES are
fast to sunlight, washing and rubbing.
If a musician utters false notes he is
is used by millions, which is a sure proof of Its
qutiity. Send lor free booklet, ' Inklings."
Audrtss Carter's Ink Co., lioston, Mais.
No man is truly wise who denies that
he ever made a fool of himself.
TO TURK A COI.D IX ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Hromo Qdinink Tablets. All
drut'gisis refund the money if it fails to cure.
K. \Y. Glove's signaturo is on the box. 25c.
Some men are always feeling for the
handle that will enable them to pump
Red Cross Ball Blue is better than
bottle or box blue and also much
cheaper. Large 2-oz. package 5 cents.
But few 'people have enough confi-
dence in themselves to believe all they
Tho ordinary cvory-day life of most, of our women is a
ceaseless treadmill of work.
How much harder tho daily tasks become when some
derangement of the female organs makes every movement
painful and keeps the nervous system all unstrung !
One day she is wretched and utterly miserable ; in a day
or two she is better and laughs at her fears, thinking there
is nothing much, the matter after all; but before night the
deadly backache reappears, the limbs tremble, the lips twitch
—it seems as though all the imps of Satan wero clutching
her vitals ; she goes to pieces and is flat on her back.
No woman ought to arrive at this terrible state of
misery, because these symptoms are a sure forerunner of 5
womb troubles. She must remember that Lydia E. Pink-
ham's "Vegetable Compound is almost an infallible cure
for all female ills, such as irregularity of periods, which cause
weak stomach, sick headache, etc., displacements and in-
flammation of the womb, or any of the multitudes of ill-
nesses which beset the female organism.
Mrsa Civodast wrote to Mrs, Pinkhxrn whan sho
was fa groat trouble* Her letter tests ike resuM*
" Dear Mas. Pinkham:—I am very grateful to you for your kindness
and the interest you have taken in me, ami truly believe that your medicines
and advice are worth more to a woman than all tho
doctors in the world. My troubles began with inflam-
mation and hemorrhages from the kidneys, then
inflammation, congestion and falling of the womb,
and inflammation of the ovaries. I underwent local
treatment every dav for some time; then, after nearly
two months, the doctor gave mo permission to go
back to work I went back, but in less than a week
was compelled to give up and go to bed. On break-
ing dow n the second time, 1 decided to let doctors
and medicines alone and try your remedies. Beforo
tho first bottle was gone I felt tho effects of it.
Three bottles of Lydia E. Pinkliain's Vegetable
Compound and a package of Sanative Wash did
me more good than all the doctors' treatments and
medicine. I have gained twelve pounds during the
last two months and am better in every way. Thanking you for your
kind advice aud attention, I remain. Yours gratefully,
"MRS. E. J. GOODEN, Ackley, Iowa."
Owing to the fact that some skeptical
people have from tune to time questioned
the genuinenersof the testimonial letter?
we are constantly publishing, we have
deposited with the National City Bank, of Lynn, Mass., $5,< oo,
which will be paid to any person wh- n iU show that the above
testimonial is not genuine, or was published before obtaining the
writer's special permission.—Lydia K. pinkham Medicinb Co.
EVH CATALOGUE FREE
Tells all about Winchester Rifles, Shof^ns, and Ammunition
Send name and address cn a postal now. Don't delay if you are interested.
WINCHESTER REPEATINC ARMS CO.
iSo WINCnaSTKR AVENUE .... NEW HAVEN, CONN.
as a rule find it very dif-
ficult to get up their linen
in a satisfactory manner,
chiefly owing to tho
cf inferior starches. By
using Hagnetlc Sfarch
you will find it a simple
matter to turn out as
good work as tho best
steam laundries. Your
grocer sells it. Tryitonce,
It costs only 10c a pack-
age. insist on getting
p":; Requires no Cooking^;-;;
MAKES C0UAR5«" CUfr3
STIFF NICE "WHIM
[FIRST BOUGHT NEW
ONE POUND OF IHIS S1ARCM|
WILLGOASFAR AS A POUND U
AND A HALF OF ANY OTHER
PREPARED FOR LAUNDRY PURPOSES ONLY
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY~
MAGNETIC STARCH MANUFACTURING CO.
Th*« ronl worlli of W.
Ij. Douglas JNW.OO anil
!?;?..' () ttfioea compared
wilh other nmUcft i*
(MOO to 1*5.00.
OtirflMCiilt K<1 jro 1,1 no
raniiot l>«« equalled at
any price. Over
0(M) mil lulled wearer*.
' P,lr of'*• L. Donebj
FAST COLOR . S3or $3.50 shoes will
will pailtivoly outvmr
' two ualrs of ordinary
S3 or $3.56
We are tho largest mnkerH of meira 0.1
and .V) kIioc* Tn the world. We mako
and sell more and fdioes t lian any
other two vnanufaettirern In the U. S.
Th«« r«-|>u(ut|< n of W. L.
Douglti sod 13.5(1 aboe* for
•tjje. comfort, utid wrari# known
everywhere throughout tin world.
They h*ve to *iv« better catulac-
tlon than other tnakea bccauit-
thw atumlard hna aUaja been
plar tl no high that tho wear^ra
a«pe :t more fur their inon -\
than they ran get elarwhere
THE l« I AM~
■hoea are aold than any other make ia becauae 'I'll I; V
A It I' 'I'll K UF.H r. Vuur dealer ah
i W ].. |>. iiglA* #1 an 1 f.H 90
lan any c" * *
B II l>
them i we give one dealer esclaaive aalc In «
Take no aiiliatllute! lnatat on having W. 1,.
Doiiglaa ahori with name and pnee ata.npefl on bottom.
If your dealer w>U not get th« rn lor )ou, u nd dir et to
factory, encloaing rrH-e and JMr rit i tor carriaga.
£tate kind of leather, *iie, and width, plain or ci p too.
Our ahoe< will reorh you anywh re. Cutnloou.-
\t. L. Douglti tlboe Cu. Itrueklun, Auuji
Iv'iicu Answcrinij AJ\crtiscmcnts liintlly
Mcn*JcHl This I*nfw r.
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Latham, George D. & Coombs, Charles W. Cleveland County Leader. (Lexington, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 10, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 29, 1900, newspaper, November 29, 1900; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc109013/m1/3/: accessed July 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.