Oklahoma State Register. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 7, 1905 Page: 3 of 8
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A Happy Home
To have a happy home you must have children, as
they are great happy-home-makers. If a weak woman, you
can be made strong enough to bear healthy children, with
little pain or discomfort to yourself, by taking
A Building Tonic For Women.
It will ease away all your pain, reduce inflammation,
cure leucorrhea (whites), falling womb, ovarian trouble,
disordered menses, backache, headache etc., and make
childbirth natural and easy. Try it.
At every drug store in $1.00 bottles.
An Oklahoman Kills fori
A dispatch from Tonopah; Nev-
A MARKET PRIMER.
It Tell* About the Du teller nnd the
Way He Sella Ills Meat.
, , ; What is the man doing behind the
ada says:—Aman who was known eouuter?
here as R. D. Russel shot and in- j He is selling meat. Let us watch
mtiv killed Miss Allie Watson : him.
5 TT c , , J What is the lady coins up to the
here to day. He was infatuated
with the woman and is supposed
to have been jealous of her. Aster
killing her he shot himself and
will die. He left a note s tying
his real name was Russell D,
Chase and he had a wife and son
living in Chicago. Chase and
the woman he killed came here
Russell Chase was abrother of
O. L. Chase, formerly of Krnsas
City, but now of St. Louis. The
members of his family had not
seen him for many years.
WRITE US A LETTER
Put aside all timidity and write us
freely and frankly, iu strictest confi-
dence, tolling us all your symptoms
and troubles. We will send free advice
(in plain, sealed envelope), how to
cure them. Address: Ladies'Advisory
Dept., The Chattanooga Medicine Co.,
"DUE TO CARDUI
and nothing else, is my baby girl, now
two weeks old," writes Mrs. J. Priest,
of Webster City, Iowa. "She is a fine,
healthy babe and we are both doing
nicely. 1 am still taking Cardui, and
would not be without it in the house,
as it is a great medicine for women."
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To buy meat from the greasy man
with the white apron.
What does she ask for?
A five pound roast of porterhouse.
What does he give her?
A seven pound roast.
Then does he charge her only for
what she asked for?"
No, indeed. He charges her for what
he chose to give her.
Didn't the lady know what she want-
Evidently the man didn't think so.
Can't he tell the weight of a piece of
meat when he picks it up?
Certainly he can. Otherwise he would
never bo able to know that he is al-
ways selling you a piece of meat sev-
eral pounds bigger than you wanted.
For Infants and Children.
AVcgclable Preparation "or As-
similating the Food andRegu'a-
linti ilie Stomachs and Bowels of
, . , Why does the mau do this?
Negroes fcndorsed Mngie
It is impossible to associate oou-
State stantly with greasy things and not be-
* come pretty smooth yourself. Now run
The Oklahoma Negro Baptist uluj piay.—Baltimore American.
Association, composed of dole-j Financially and Otherwise.
gates from every county in Okla-j Teacher—Tommy Wise, what is th«
Returning 3 Times its Former Size
The Only Wild West Fxhibition here this year.
The only Great far East Exhibition in the world
homa, adopted a resolution en-
dorsing the Hamilton single state-
hood bill and declaring for im-
mediate joint sfatehood for
Oklahoma and Indian Territory.
There was no dissenting voice.
Officers were elected and in-
stalled for the following year, to-
wit: President, Rev. J. W. Jones,
| of Meeker, Okla.; first vice presi-
dent, Rev. C. T. Beacates of
Shawnee, Okla.; second vice
president, Rev. R. Breckenridge
of Hennessey, Okla.; third vice
president, Rev. B. J. F. West-
brook of Oklahoma City; record-
ing secretary, L. A. Lewis of
Kingfisher; corresponding secre-
tary, J. W. Capers of Guthrie,
Okla.; treasurer, Rev. T. Nighten-
gale of Orlando.
shape of the earth?
Tommy Wise—Well, from all I hear,
't must be in pretty bad shape.
Mortality of the single of both sexes
is higher than the mortality of ttie mar-
ried. and at all periods of life, exoept
ses of 15 to 41 for women.
Foi Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
ness and Rest.Contains neither
Opium.Morphine nor Mineral.
Not N ah c otic .
f.WyrrffM BrSAML 'EL PITCHER
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Hbfhlllt Snlit ~
stniv Send *
husrnunt - _
lit CtiH.<Kuitf-(otfs *
The Kind You Have
Aperfecl Remedy forConstipa
Hon, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
ncss and Loss OK SLEEP.
Facsimile Sitfnnlure of
. Alb' inivril'hv old j y
}5 Dosis - N t s
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
It Is <5ne tn'e Most nepnlstve nn6
Hideous of Creatures.
A greedy, voracious, relentless crea-
ture is the octopus, and a most formi-
daDle enemy even to man, for it is easier
to cut or tear oil one of those terrible
| long arms with its two rows of suck-
ers than to induce the creature to re-
linquish any prey it has laid hold of.
These suckers also enable it to drag
Its body into very narrow crevices,
from which scarcely any force will
avail to remove it.
Like its beautiful brather the argo-
naut, it defies its enemies by ejecting
ink, but the octopus is so subtle and
clever that he can vary the color of his
Ink according to the color the ground
— 1 caught.
He is an unsociable creature, appar-
ently quite satisfied with his own so-
ciety, as he roams about alone, seeking
what he may devour on rocky shores,
where he may be met with of all sizes,
varying in length from an inch to two
or more feet.
The octopus has one very curious
habit—when resting he coils up some
of his arms into a semblance of the
shell of the argonaut.—Pearson's Week-
A little forethought may save you no
end of trouble. Anyone who makes it
a rule to keep Chamberlain's Colic.
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at hand
knows this to be a fact. For sale by
the Owl drug store, the Eagle drug
store and F. B. Lillie & Co.
Excelsior Brooms at your
Wanted, Men and Women in this and
adjoining counties for home or travel-
ing work, representing and advertising
the Wholesale and Educational Depart-
ments of an old established Manufact-
uring House. Salary $3.50 per day with
expenses advanced. Rig furnished
when necessary; position permanent.
Address Blew Brothers & Co., Dept. H
Guthrie, Friday, September 15
The ot'lv amusement enterprise presenting the refreshingly new
rial and scientific World's Wonders absolutely right up to the hour.
Man's Brain Triumphs over the
Eelements in the only Perfect-
Whose ability to ride the winds is prac-
ically demonstrated, in two daily
ascensions from the huge arena.
The only one ever constructed that
will stand minute inspection and re-
Three Jurors Cured
Cause of Insomnia
Indigestion nearly always disturbs
spond to the will of" its controlling j the sleep more or less and is the cause
, , • . . .., . i of insomnia. Many cases have been
power, as does an obedient child to ; pflrmanentiy cured by Chamberlin's
its mother's voice. I stomache and Liver Tablets. For sale
by the Eagle Drug Store, F. B. Lillie
Over 1000 men and women collected from such quarters of the globe that few Co., and the Owl Drug Store.
white men have ever dared to visit—Picturesque Equestrian Exhibition of
Exceptional Novelty.—The Oriental realism, graphically and vividly presented
by real natives. Nothing like it ever seen before and probably nothing like
it will ever be presented again. Fvery type of male and female inhabitant.
The world's only lady rifle shot who performs wonderfull feats of markman-
ship from the back of a running horse, assisted by California Frank
Habits and Customs of tne Red Men
Illustrated by themselves.
WHOLE INDIAN VILLAGES
Of many Famous Tribes
Painted Warriors, Squaws, Pappooses
Representative Riders with Native
Steed of every European Eques-
These prices are for SEALS
delivered to any postoffice or ex-
press office in Oklahoma. We
can furnish anything in plain or
automatic, self-inking and act-
ing RUBBER STAMPS.
Write for prices on what you
want to the
105-7 North First St.
The Santa Fe have reduced
rates to many points, we can only
publish a few, but any one c°n~
templating a trip, quotations will
be gladly made.
Denver—G. A. R. Encamp-
ment, $14.80. Sold Aug. 30 to
Sept. 4, may be extended for re
turn to Oct. 7.
Denver—Fraternal Order hagles
821.10 sold Aug. 12 and 13• may
be extended for return to Sept.
J.E.Wood, F.J. Best,
Trav. Pass. Agt. Agent
Would you accept a position that wi 1
pay a straight salary of $3.50 per day
($21.00 per week) for whole or spare
time? If so write us at once. This
is no book canvassing scheme, but a
straight forward business proposition,
which will be as permanent as you maj
be able to make it, and will afford at
excellent chance for promotion. No
bond, red tape nor unreasonable re-
quirements. Act quickley as we wish
to employ some one in your locality
without delay. Sprague Wholesale Co.,
Wabash Ave., Chicago.
Many Strange and Peculiar People,
Wierd Music from the Far East-
An Army of Cowboys and Frontier
Dazzling Military Reviews by De-
tachments of the Armies of
First and Only Genuine
"The Divine Land," Ceylon
Native Horsemen from Machuria's
Hills, China's disputed territory
TWO POSITIVE DISTINCT SHOWS
THE WILD WEST with its Plainsmen, Indians, Chiefs and
Thrir Followers, Cowboys, Cowgirls, Scouts, Broncho Busters
THE GRE VT FAR EAST resplendent in Oriental Splendor
wuh Arabs, Russian Cossacks, Cannibals, East Indians, Egypians,
Sinhalese, Hindoos, Filipinos, Boers and strange people from
every section of the Tropical Climes,
Of Cholera Morbus with one Small Bottle
of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Mr. G. W. Fowlerof Hightower, Ala.
relates an experience he had while
serving on a petit jury in a murder
case at Edwardsville, county seat of
Clebourne county, Alabama. He says:
"While there I ate some fresh meat
and some souse meat and it gave me
cholera morbus in a very severe form.
I was never more sick in my life and
sent to the drug store for a certain
cholera mixture, but the druggist sent
me a bottle of Chamberlin's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in-
stead, saying he had what I sent for
but that this medicine was so much
better he would rather send it to me
in the fix I was in. I took one dose of
it and was better in five minutes. The
second dose cured me entirely. The
fellow jurors wtre affliced in the same
manner and one small bottle cured the
three of us.'' For sale by the Eagle
Drugstore, F. B. Lillie Co., and the
Owl Drug Store.
Pawnee Bill's Program - - For Your Information
TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY—rain or shine, under rain and sun proof
canvass. Seats for 10,000 people, in a comfortable manner.
DOORS OPEN at 1 and 7 p. m., to Congress of All Nations.
TWO TICKET WAGONS and no Speculators—The red wagon for General
Admission, The white wagon for reserved grand stand Tickets.
SPECIAL—A down town ticket office with diagram of reserved seats will be
open show day at Wallace's drug store. No increase in prices.
EXCURSIONS ON ALL RAILROADS
A mile of Magnifi c ert Street Tarade at 10 a. m.
Cured of Lame Back After 15 Years
"I had been troubled with lame back
for fifteen years and I found a com-
plete recovery in the use of Chamber-
lain's Pain Balm," says John G. Bisher
Gillam, Ind. This liniment is also
without an equal for sprains and bruises.
It is for sale by the E^gle Drug Store,
F. B. Lillie Co., and the Owl Drug
Watches For Boys and Girls!
FREE! FREE! FREE!
For Getting Subscriptions for tht
Kansas City Weekly Journal
OFFER TO BOYS.
Any boy who will secure ten new subscriber!
for i he Kansas Csty Weikly Journal at 25 centi
per year each, making a total of $2.50. and wil
Bend t he eull amount to together with the nitmet
nnd addresses, we will mail to his address poatagt
prepaid a boautiful watch named "The i'ride,'
Description as follows:
"The Pride" is a model 16 size stem set, stem
wind, lever escapement watch with nickle finish-
ed nmvemen'e. The case is finished in nickle
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OFFER TO (ilRI.S
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The "Lady Juliet" is a six size open-faced stem
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The "Lady Juliet" is a beautiful gold-finished
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Best INVALID'S HOME in the West.
Organized with a full staff of physicians and
surerons for treatment of all Chronic Diseases,
THIRTY ROOMS for accommodation of patients.
Difficult Surgical Operations Performed with
Skill and Success when Surgery is Necessary.
DISEASES OF WOMEN
to treat diseases
of women. Many who have suffered for years
cured at home. Special book for women (RLE
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JL JLIJLJTIaCT positively Guaranteed
Without knife, ligature or caustic
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New restorative treatment for loss ot Vital
Power. Hydrocele, Rupture, Stricture, etc.
CRIPPLED CHILDREN by*"ticprov#4
methods. Trained attendants.
write for fwie book on
Club Feet, Curvature of
Spine. Hare Lip,
Lung, Eye, Skin,
Lewis & Clark Exposition
Portland June 1 to
Tickets sold on following days
August 15, 16, 17.29, 3°< 31-
Sept. 12, 13, 14- 15. 27- 28. 29-
Final limits 90 days.
Stop overs allowed west of and
including Colorado common
I Fare through California ^"".60.10
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some beautiful preuentt by doing a little w« rk in
getting subscriptions, I)<> not lose any time, bul
get out and secure the lists before it is too late.
This offer will only hold good until July 1, r«*06.
Write names nnd addresses plainly, and send
money by postoffice order or draft, and address all
communications to The Kanuas City Journal,
Kansas City, Mo.
Please take note that names must be sent In all
in one list and money must be sent with them, of
we cannot scad you the premium.
THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL
KANSAb CITY, MISSOURI.
'THINGS WORTH KNOWING
Ft. Worth, Tex.
Guthrie, O. T.
Muskogee, I. T.
Sau Antonio, Tex.
Shrwnee, O. T.
So. McAlester, I. T.
Tulsa, I. T.
Oklahoma City, O.T
The Largest Cities in
Texas, Oklahoma and
are all located on the
P. S. —This is a reason why you should
travel and ship freight via "TheKaty"
For deer, moose, elk or cariboo and all
American big game, nu repeating r lies
compare in accuracy or eific.jncy with the
Models 1893 arH 1895
They are made with Srncke-
less Steel" barrel j tor Higl Pow"
less loads, and also, ill . . ) end . -5
with regular steel barrels '.h black powder
loads where cheaper ca..ri^.,.s at : UboO.
These latter use tht tar.. ■ .13 •« and
.38-55 Ballard and Marlin i rrtra ces, which
have great velocity aid accuracy, Klve
good penetratio . and a kill 4, blow.
Have you read tb>- bit- r--in*
in our Experience K "> r ti ^
with Catalogue, for 3 sta. ,-e postage
The Marlin Fire Arms Co.
42 Willow St., New Haven, Conn.
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Golobie, John. Oklahoma State Register. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 7, 1905, newspaper, September 7, 1905; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc111307/m1/3/: accessed February 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.