Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 34, Ed. 1 Friday, May 19, 1905 Page: 7 of 8
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Extracted From Forest Plants
Nature's laws are perfect If obey
them, but disease follows disobedience.
Go straight to nature for the cure, to the
forest; there arc mysteries here that we
can fathom for you. Take the bark of
the wild-cherry tree, tho root of man-
drake) stono root, queen's root, bloodroot
and goldon seal, mako a seientllic, non-
alcoholic extract of them with just the
right proportions and you h«ive Doctor
Pierce s Golden Medical Discovery.
It took Dr. Plorce, with tho assistance
of two learned chemists, eight yoars of
hard work experimenting to mako this
vegetable extract and alterative of the
Just tho sort of sprint? remedy ywi
need to mako rich, red blood, and cure
that lassitude and feellnr of nerve ex-
haustion. Dr. Pieroe's Golden Medical
Discovery bears the stamp of public
approval and has sold more largelv in
the past forty years than any other blood
uurltier and stomach tonic. The refresh-
ing Influence of this extract fs like
Nature's Ii uence—the blood Is bathed
In the tonlc'ivhlch gives life to the blood
—the vital fires of tno body burn brighter
and their Increased activity consumes
the Ussud rubbish which has accumu-
lated during the winter. Doctor R. V.
Pierce, the founder of the Invalids'
Hotel and Surgical Institute, and a phy-
sician of largo experience and practice,
was tho first to make up an cuteratlvt
extract of roots, herbs and barks, with-
out a particle of alcouoi. or nar-
cotics, which purifies the blood and
tones up tho stomach and the entire
system In Nature's own way. The
"liolden Medical Discovery" is Just the
tissue builder and tonic you require
when recovering from a hard cold,
grip, or pneumonia. No matter how
strong the constitution the stomach Is
®pt to bo "out of kilter" after.a long,
hard winter; lu consequenco the blood Is
disordered, for tho stomach is tho labor-
atory for tho constant manufacture of
blood. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis-
covery strengthens tho stomach—puts It
In shape to muko pure, rich blood—helps
tho liver and kidneys to expel the poi-
sons from the body. If you tako this
natural BLOOD purifikr and ton10
you will assist your system In manufac-
turing each day a pint of rich, arterial
blood, that is stimulating to tho brain and
nerves. The weak, nervous, run-down,
debilitated condition which so many
people experience at this timo of the year
Is usually the effect of poisons in tho
blood; it is often indicated by pimples or
boils appearing on tho skin, the fact *
ippcaring on tho skin, tEe face be-
comes thin—you feel " blue." Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery cures all
blood humore as well as being a tonic
that makes one vigorous, strong and
forceful. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery stands alone as the one
medicine for stomach, liver and blood
disorders that has the ingredients printed
upon tho wrapper of every bottie leaving
the great laboratory at Buffalo, N. Y.,
which curcH in nature's own way; not
oniv does it stand ai.one in respect
to its ingredients but also as the only
soring tonic and reconstructive whica
absolutely contains 110 alcohoL
"I was taken with a severe cough, weak-
ness in my back, a glimmer'ov«r tho eyes,
had a bad breath, and stomach was out or
order," writes H. Gaddls. of 1423 South Tanna
Avenue. Tacoma. Wash. «I felt sluggish,
did not care for anything, had no life, it was
almost misery to mov«, appetite very poor.
I read Dr. I lerce's Common Sense Medical
.-J itT.,1""11°,",' If" away and purchased
two bottles of bis 'Golden Medical Dlscov-
ero. and before I had taken >11 of ono bottU
I felt totter. If any doubt the truth of this
testimonial they may wfite to ine.w
, Or. Plcrce'a Pellets Cure CoasUpatioa.
COTTON GINNING MACHINERY
We Make the Best.
We Make the Largest Line in the World.
We have more well pleased and happy customers than all other
makers combined, because they are makinp money. You know the
MUNQER, PRATT, EAOLE; W1NSH1P and SMITH goods.
We make them. W rite us 'for prices and catalogue.
CONTINENTAL GIN COMPANY, DALLAS. TEXAS
Truths that Strike Home
Tour grocer is honest and'—if he cares to do so—ran tell
you that he knows very little about tho bulk coffee La
sells you. How can lie know, where it originally came from,
how it was blended—or With What
—nr -wliea roasted? If you buy your
coffee loose by tho pound, how can
you expect purity and uniform quality t
LIOJV COFFEE, the LEADER OF
ALL PACKAGE COFFEES, is ol
necessity uniform In quality,
strength and llavor. For OVEI A
QUABTE* OF A CENTURY, LION COFFEE
has been the standard collee In
millions ol homes.
LION COFFEE Is carefully packed
at our factories, and until opened In
your home, has no chance of being adul-
terated, or ot coming In contact with dust,
dirt, germs, or unclean
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-heads for valuable premiums.)
SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE
WOOLSON SPICE CO., Toledo, Ohio.
There are'but"two'liind of
starch. Defiance Starch, which
is the best starch made and—the
rest. Other starches contain chemicals,
which work harm to the clothes,
rot them and cause them to
break. Defiancc> is, absolute-
pure: It is guaranteed
perfectly satisfactory or money
back. The proof is in the doing
sod Defiance does. 16 ounces for 10
i Vents. Your grocer sells ic
THE DEFIANCE STARCH CO.,
NFW PEUCinU I AU/Q SENT W-N-U-~0klahoma city—No. 20, 190s,
I"™" " OlOlw LAnO FREE When writina advertisers kindlv mark
Apply to MATH AN I<I<KF<IKO, 014 J;lit- " " 9 aave™sers "inaiy meiv
Washington. i>. C. tion this paper.
STRIKE TO BE EXTENDED
Demand Made Upon Employees to
Deliver Goods to Boycotted Houses
CHICAGO: The strike of the
teamsters Is expecteil to spread rap-
idly during the week. At a meeting
held between the teamsters and ibe
Joint council, which is the govjinlng
body of the local unions of the team-
sters, and representatives of the
Team Owners' association, tho latter
informed tho representatives of tho
employees that their business de-
manded of them to make deliveries to
houses which had been boycotted by
the unions, and that they would do
bo, heedless of the fact whether or
not a strike existed at such places.
The council was urged to agree to
this proceedure and avert a general
trike. After an extended debato
imong the members, the teamsters'
council decided that it would not con-
Bent to the delivery of goods to any
of the boycotted houses by union
men, and that the strike would be
called on every man who Is dis-
charged for refusing to deliver goods.
Among tho members of the Team
Owners' association are many of the
largest firms in the city engaged in
the transportation business, and
some of them employ several hundred
teamsters. The members of the as-
sociation have the contracts in a
large measure for the hauling of
goods between the large business
houses of the city and the railways,
and they heretofore rather sided with
the teamsters rather than with the
They decided, however, that they
could no longer refuse to make de-
liveries, and when the teamsters'
union refused to agree to this pro-
cedure, the matter was laid over, to
be placed before the joint council.
This body" having decided that no de-
liveries shall be made by union men.
the situation has reached a point
where practically all the team own-
ers In the city are lined up against
the teamsters' union. The number
of men now on strike is about 4,500,
and is is expected that the strikes
that are now sure to come will more
than double this number. It means
that practically all of the truck
drivers in the city will be on a strike
within a few days, and that deliveries
between many houses not affected by
the strike at this time will then be
cut off. There Is also great danger
that the city's supply of food may be
seriously curtailed, for the reason
that the members or the Team Own-
ers' association do most of the haul-
ing for the commission houses in
South Water street, which supplies
fresh vegetables for the city.
Members of the teamsters' council
announced after their meeting that
they confidently expected the strike
would now spread until it involved
every union teamster in the city.
NEW TERRITORY LINE
Canadian Valley & Western to Begin
Construction at Once
MUSKOGEE: A new railroad,
running from Chickasha through Old
Stonewall, Bvers and Purcell to
Lehigh, is to be built. It win be
known as the Canadian Valley &
Western, which has filed plats, maps,
etc., with the Dawes commission.
The contract for the construction
of the road has been let to the Can-
adian Valley Construction company.
The work is being let to sub-contrac-
tors in twenty-mile <ots, and work Is
to be commenced immediately.
The road will make connection
with the Missouri, Oklahoma & Gulf,
sixteen miles west of Lehigh, lor
Muskogee, thus giving this city a di-
rect connection with the section of
the country the new line will pene-
trate. The right of way for the new
road runs through a fertile section.
It is better to believe than to sus-
The chief of police of Muskogee
raided the gambling houses in that
town Saturday night and arrested
about thirty persons.
Piso'i Cure cannot be too highly spoken of u
• couch euro.—J. \V. Oilman, 322 Third Ave.
N., Minneapolis, Minn., Jan. 0.1U00.
This world owes every a man
chance to earn an honest living-
The astronomer studying the heav-
ens may be busy when ho hasn't an
earthly thing to do.—Philadelphia
Mm. Wlnalow'n ffoothfnf? flyrnp.
For children Uwthlug, suftrun the riiius, r<'«luce« t
ftMOiuuiiun, allay § p Un, euros wind colic, tec m buttift.
The weak chain wastes the strong
"Dr. David Kcan« <ty'i
Jf**" ■( prompt and eompliU
rrllpf from «ly*|H*pkla aiwl
der*uitetu«ut." D. T. Trow bridge, liarlew U.K. N.Y.
Many brave men have boon shot in
Actual Sterility in Women Is Very Rare—Healthy
Mothers and Children Make Happy Homes.
Try me Juat once and I am aure to
come again. DeUitnce Starch.
A woman may lose her mind, but
she is never at a loss for wordB.
Talking machines—Victor and Edi-
6on are the best; CMh or payments, (t
weekly. Write to-day JENKINS' MUSIC
CO., KANSAS CITY, MO. 30,000 records iu
stock, Mention this paper.
The center of dramatic emotion is
usually in tho gallery.
When Your Grocer 8ay%
tie does not have Defiance Starch, you
may be sure he Is afraid to keep it un-
til his stork of 12 oz. packages are
sold. Defiance Starch Is not only bet-
ter than any other Cold Water Starch,
but contains 16 oz. to the package and
■ells for same money as 12 oz. brands.
Few people are
strong enough to
Many women long for a child to bless
their homes, but because of somo de-
bility or displacement of tho female
organs they are barren.
Preparation for healthv maternity is
accomplished by Lydia *E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound more successfully
than by any other medicine, because it
gives tone and strength to the entire
female organism, curing all displace-
ments, ulceration and inflammation.
A woman who is in good physical
condition transmits to her children the
blessings of a good constitution. Is
not that an incentive to prepare for a
healthy maternity ?
If expectant mothers would fortify
themselves with Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound, which for thirty
years has sustained thousands of
women in this condition, there would
be a great decrease in miscarriages, in
suffering, and in disappointments at
The following letters to Mrs. Pink-
ham demonstrate the power of Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound iu
Mrs. L. C. Glover, Vice-President of
Milwaukee Business Woman's Associa-
tion, of 614 Grove Street, Milwaukee,
Lewis' ''Single Binder" straight 5c ^is., writes.
cigar. The highest price 5c cigar to Dot Mrs. Pinkhum:—
the dealer and the highest quality to .J,! WMnlftrr!e(i for several year* and no
. . .. children biassed our home Th« d<v*tnr nairl
the smoker. Lewis' Factory, Peoria, 111. I bad a complication of female troubles and
, I could not have any children unless I could
Some people are so anxious to ho cured. For months I took his medicines,
spring a joke that the/ seem to have in Vftin for a but at last my hus-
band became disgusted and suggested that I
"Don't Lie Down."
Spring is here. Your system needs
toning up to fortify against the long
Bummer's debilitating influences.
Simmons' Sarsaparilla will build you
up, make you strong and carry you
through without that usual "Want to
lie down" feeling.
The song that reaches the heart sel-
dom stays there.
the spring fever.
try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
pound; this I did, and I improved steadily In
mv<h, and in letw than two years a beautiful
child came to bless our home. Now we have
something to livo for, and all the credit it
due to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
Mrs Mae P. Wharry, Secretary of
the North Shore Oratorical Society,
The Norman, Milwaukee, Wis., write*.
Dear Mrs. Pinkham:—
441 wiw married for five years and gave
birth to two premature children. Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Coni[>ound was recom-
mended to me, and I am so glad I took it, for
it changed me from a weak, nervous woman
to a strong, happv and healthy one within
seven months. Within two years a lovely
little girl was born, which is the pride and
ioy of our household. Every day 1 nless
Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound for
the light, health^and happiness it brought to
If any woman thinks she is sterile,
or has doubts about her ability to carry
a child to a mature birth let her write
to Mrs. Piukham, Lynn, Mass., whose
advice is free to all expectant or
would-be mothers. She has helped
thousands of women through this anx-
Women suffering with irregular or
painful menstruation, leucorrhcea. dis-
placement, ulceration or inflammation
of the womb, that bearing down feel-
ing or ovarian trouble, backache, bloat-
ing or nervous prostration, should re-
member that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege-
table Compound holds tho record for
tho greatest number of actual cures
of woman's ills, and accept uo substi-
Many Women Have Been Benefited by Mrs. Pinkham's Advice and Medicine.
AVegetahle Pre paralionfor As-
tlng the Stomachs and Bowels of
iNKVN I S/( HIJ'.DKKN
. ness and Rest.Conlains neither
Srium.Morphine nor Mineral.
h6np Se*d -
A perfect Remedy forConslipa-
Tion, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea
ness and Loss of Sleep.
Facsimile Signature of
The Kind You Have
unmarried men, between ages of 1^1 nrvl
85; citizen* of United BiatoH, of good character
t\n<l temperate habits, who can npeak, read and
writ* Kngli<h. For information applv to li
•ruiting Officer, PostufYlue buiklinc, Oklahoma
City, Okla , or Tulsa, lnd. Tar., Eulil, Shaw-
nee or Guthrie. Okla.
W.N.U.—Oklahoma City—No. 20, 1905
Exact copy of wrapper
ELEVEN BODIES RECOVERED
II But Two of the Unfortunate
Miners Have Been Found
WILBURTON: The bodies ot
eleven of the thirteen miners who
were entombed in the Missouri, Kan-
sas & Texas Coal company's mine
No. 19, as a result of an explosion
April 30, have been recovered.
Tho other two bodies have been lo-
cated, but on account of the gaseous
condition of the mine, may not be
taken out for weeks. The explosion
was undoubtedly the result of gas in
the mine. But whether it was the A man who ls unable to write his
accumulated gas of the mine or was 'never has to listen to tho read-
caused by a shot opening up a pocket 'n£ ^'s E'">" l(-t'ers in a breach ot
of gas which had been confined for promise suit.—Chicago News.
ages cannot not/ be definitely dcloi-
The Leach Windmill
Co.. Joiiet, 111., U.
tmb ocarraua eon pan v. new tour crrr.
"The Wonder City"
Hidden away in the
foothills of tho North-
ern Ozarks' slopes, In
the midst of Kreen
forests, lies Eldorado
Springs, Mo., an Ideal
health and pleasure
resort. Blnce the dis-
covery of Its now
famous Springs, thous-
ands have received
benefits from the heal-
ing waters, and have
gone away eloquent
testimonials of their
During the summer
tickets will bo sold to
Eldorado Bprlngs at
GREATLY REDUCED RATES
To those seeking a
QUlot, ideal placo In
which to spend a
summer vacation at a
Eldorado Hprlngs oilers
ftookleta and full particular!
•a t« train anrflcs, fntea, etc.,
may be had of any j&aty Agaut,
or by adtlreaalDtf.
A. C Miner, T. P. A., Stdjfla, Ma
B. Drrw, & T. A., Pirvms. Km.
W. C Kiwwlrs, D. P. A., OkUhoma City
Ocorgc Mortal, G. P. (I. A., St. I ails. Mo.
Large Reward for a Murderer
GUTHRIE: Twelve hundred dollars'
reward has been offered by citizens.
In addition to the $300 offered by tho
governor, for the arrest and convic-
tion of the assassin of Ray Shaver,
the dry good merchant who was killed
liere three weeks ago by a footpad.
Secretary Wilson in Oklahoma
OKLAHOMA CITV: Secretary Wil-
son, of the department of agriculture,
and party visited this place last week
and gave talks to a large number of
farmers who had assembled from all
parts of the twin territories. Tho
secretary says the agricultural and
dairy interests have a great future
in Oklahoma. He assured the farm-!
ers that his department was ready at
any time to aid them in any way it I
could. His talk was highly appreel-'
tted by all.
"It Will Stay There."
In my family medicine chest
remedy is permitted to remain unless
it proves beyond doubt the best to bo
obtained for its particular purpose.
For treating all manner of skin
troubles, such as Eczema, Tetter, Ring-
worm, etc., Hunt's Cure has held its
place for many years. I have failed
to find a surer remedy. It cures
R. M. SWANN, Franklin, La.
Tho harder becomes the battle of
life, greater will tho iron grow into
Wherever there is
must be a defeat.
a victory there
These Shoes were Awarded
Crand Prize at St. Louis World's Fair
Tho PATKIOT 8HOK for Uea I. mule from ,11 leathers,
over ntyllih yet comfortable lieta, «o flt ny foot. They are
Uootlyeur welts, which uieaDs flexllrt® soles, with no wax or tacks
to Irritate the foot. Tho MAVKI.OWKIt BHOK for Women
Is ma<lo n welts sn<l hand turns. Is stylish, durable and oomfortable.
Ask your dealer for them. If he does Dot handle Iheso ehoea,
write OS direct. They will please yoo and you will safe from 60
cents to }l.fiO per pair la prioei usually charged for ihoes of
BRAND SHOES ARE BETTBP "
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WO MONEY TILL CURED. 28 tears established^
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DR. THORNTON ft MINOR, smj" 1W0 o'al st.'gl. jlaAa CI j?1, ssi)
used every washday will make your clothes white as snow and as beauliful as when new. The most competenl housekeepers in the
country me l<ed Cross Bjll Blue and no other. Just try it once and you will see the diflerence. All grocers sell it. Largo fickago Sc.
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