Oklahoma State Register. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 48, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 30, 1905 Page: 3 of 8
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THE "DODGINQ PERIOD
of a woman's iTfe, is the name often given to the "change
of life." Your menses come at longer intervals, and grow
scantier until they stop. Some women stop suddenly. The
entire change lasts three or four years, and is the cause of
much pain and discomfort, which can, however be cured,
Stony Hill Mode beautiful
PERRY. OK.. TREE MAS DIDN'T
FORGET THE CEMETERY.
, It Seems ns ir tlie Worst PIikv That
I Could 15o Found Had Been Picked
us a Heating Place for
i rees For school tlouiei
HOW MR. IilTTI.K KXPKR1MENTED
AGAIN IN OKLAHOMA.
Offered Saplings to All the Districts In
Noble County—Pleasant Valley \c-
ct'ptttl ami Now It lias a Itailri-
hi£ Surrounded by 'lYees.
(Kansas City Star, Oct. 13, '05.)
Woman's Refuge in Distress.
It quickly relieves the pain, nervousness, irritability,
miserableness, forgetfulness, fainting, dizziness, hot and
cold flashes, weakness, tired feeling, etc. Cardui will
bring you safely through this "dodging period," and
build up your strength for the rest of your life. Try it.
At all druggists, in $ 1.00 bottles.
WRITE US A LETTER
Put aside all timidity ftnd write us
freely and frankly, in strictest confi-
dence, telling 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 Oo.,
Chai tunooga, Tenn.
"EVERYTHING BUT DEATH
I suffered," writes Virginia Bobson,
of Eastou, Md., "until I took Cardui,
which cured me so quickly it surprised
my doctor, who didn't know I was
taking it, I wish I had known of
Cardui earlier in life.'
Cinder heaps, broken fences and
yards grown high In weeds mar th
appearance of ninny -country school
houses. In rural communities in Okla-
homa school yards with nourishing
soil 1 trees are rare; usually they are with-
out trees of any kind, unless it
From Little's Oklahoma.
(Kansas City Star, Oct. 10, 05.)
.Kast of Perry Is a stony hill, its
sides yellow and furrowed with ra-
vines, and its surface generally so poor
and sterile that even the commonest
weeds have a desperate struggle for
an impoverished existence. Th
is said to be the poorest within P^rry^s fragments maimed by trespassing live-
dominion. In new o soma stock. In furtherance of his devotion
1 people seem controlled often by soma
strange obsession In choosing such
places for public cemeteries. Useless
for any other purpose, they are
deemed good enough for the resting
place of the dead. It was in keeping
with this custom when citizens of
Perry chose this ragged forty acres
for a cemetery. The gauntnesr
to the planting and growing of trees
in Oklahoma W. T. Little two years
ago wrote to every district school
board in Noble county offering to give
shade trees to each distrtct which
would agree to plant and cultivate.
The directors of Pleasant Valley
school, district No. 27, accepted this
of the black
,l , '. , ,,.i„„ nnmsand ofter. The necessary trees of the black
the place emphasized its loneliness and ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ |lim.h(lBed by Mr.
melancholy appearance jjttle at his own cost from the Perry
Fortunately for his to n W. r.1 btKiril.B nurfH,ry patk. whlch
Littles gospe o 1'1 be established, and arlven to T.
sade against ugline s nd lt was n Uol)lnson, ot the P,easant Valley
evltable that h. ^°uld t"rn '° the sctlool board. Plea8a„, Valley school
forlorn waste set npart as a cemete^; ^ eleven miles
and that he should nttempt ts Im ( _ Those trees were
forlorn waste set apart as a cemetery,
and that he should attempt Its
provement by the planting of tr
Four years ago he told the town coun-
if several thousand seedling seedling
were planted in the ceme
□f 90 p<
growth would leave enough to repay
the Investment. Thi success of the
On kst Thursday afternoon the fol-
lowing preamble and resolutions were
unanimously passed by the members of
the Paw iee county bar a3 a mark of
their consideration for Hon. John H
Burford chief justice of the supreme
csurt of Oklahoma:
Whereas, The members of the Paw-
Bee county bar hare just enjoyed a
term of court under the administration
•s the Honorable John H. Burford as
presiding judge, and
Whereas, We a[ preciate the ability
and fairness with which he has admin-
tatered justice in court and the courtesy
with which he has treated the members
•f the bar,
Be it therefore Resolved, unanimous-
ly, That we express to the said Honor
able John H. Buford, our appreciation
•f his courtesy, his ability, and his fair
nessasa judicial officer, and that we
recommend to the president of the
United States his reappointment, as
chief justice of the supreme court of
Be it further Resolved, That a copy
•f these resolutions be engrossed and
delivered to the said John H. Buford, a
copy sent to the president of the Unit-
ed States, a copy filed in the archives
«f this court and copies furnished the
A. J. Biddison,
C. J. Wriohtsman,
E. M. Clark.
Pawnee, 0. T., Nov. 17, 1905.
Eggshell Farms in School.
The course in agriculture to be adopt
for use in the common schools of
Oklahoma has been announced by the
committee recently appointed for the
purpose by the territorial ooard of ag-
riculture. The course as outlined first
for the instructien of the teachers, in
order to give them more familiarity
with the subject than many of them now
possess. The work for the teachers'
benefit will take the form of a reading
plan seemed so lacking
that his offer to plant t
their cost and the cost of labor was
not accepted. Two years later, by
unanimous vote, the council gave him
authority to make the planting, but
because of delay in surveying the
cemetery no trees were planted until
Again it Was Little's Strategy
school hoard. Pleasant V
is on Red Rock creek, el
ncrtn of f
pi inted in the Perry nursery park as
irs ago last spring. The
accompanying pictures show their fine
growth and the excellent manner In
which they have been cared for b>
Pleasant Valley school interesin.
"Persons who avail themselves of
such offers usually are ones who have
good schools." said Mr. IJttle. "This
district was organized in 1894. and
built its school house in 1895, issuing
a bond for $1X5. the legal limit, due
in ten years. The work of construction
was done by patrons of the school.
I who charged nothing for their service*
j The bond was paid last spring. Th*
old school house became too smal'
and was sold in 1903. In its place wan
i $900 building, one of the best
finished rural school houses in the
Tho Kind Yott Have Always Bought, and which has Stem
in use for over 30 years, has borne tlie signature of
- and has been made under Us per-
sonal supervision since its infancy.
.Allow 110 one to deceive you in th!&
A1! Counterfeits, Imitations and " «Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger th a health of
Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment.
Whet is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for CasSor Oil. Par©,
eoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance, lis age is its guarantee. It destroys Worm®
and allays l^e v et'isli 11 ess. It en res Diarrhoea and YViitd
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, e'A'es Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the F regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacca—The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
Mr. Little, however, had bt-Kiin an
experiment two years ago at his own
expense to convince the council and I ^
his townsmen that the county. The district always has had
ing trees in the ceme er • ■ - seven months of school, paying its
hopeless. Secretly e co « . ' teacher $50 a month, and never has
100 seedling ce< ars grow1 tL«r*vlbeen without means to pay all ex-
soil near the Cimarron ' i ' penses. There has never been a war-
miles away. ie set < in n rant registered since the district was
| and planted las * pn . P« . worc organized. The school tax last year
be made for on y sue. f , ' / | was onjy ten mills on the dollar.
"Retween Mr. Robinson and another
Noble county farmer lays the honor
->t winning the gold medal for al-
falfa at the World's fair at St. Louis.
The tags were lost, and it enn never
be determined which of the two won
The Kind You Haye Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
circle, where the topics to be taken up
la'er in the school room will be review I a]lve the following September. Or-
erl j>nd discussed lando WalkllnK, n homesteader who I
Following each meeting of the teach- [ marketed^ 1,00(1 ^ j
ets they will take up the same suDjei-t; mgr agree(1 to dig ana plant the trees
in their respective schools, in the line i ^ half price when he learned that
of short talks to the pupils, localizing little purposed giving them to the
their lemons as much as P^sible. and clty.^ dpc]ares th;lt the most deapic-
making sure that the pupils look up to . ^ ^ hear(i Qf \n Noble
the required references in the books county was committed at the time of
provided for that purpose. All teachers lhis planting. A storm late in the
i« Oklahoma are required to attend ,0'^ ^rP^I oV
these meetings, and every school dis | ^ young cedars were left in the
irict is required to place the books and ( cemetery. in the night they were
bulletins selected for this course in its i stolen.
hhrarv Required Little Water.
uorary. . With no care of any kind during the
The bulletins issued by the depart- j flrst peason one.haif of the fifty trees
ment of agriculture at NVasnington ana p|ante(j almost two seasons ago have
the experiment station at Stillwater survived. They are robust and from
will be used for texts whenever practi- three to five times ^elr origlnal
.„d .a, * ,h. ss, sj
overall other works. The first part of j gons that treeg C0Uld be made to grow ^
the course takes up the subject of flow j ln such an unfavorable place as j from' all Stations to Certain points
i i j l... li. .u.. n,,n;ia tirill oomniorv nlthnusrh not knowing that —
Cuba & Florida
Will sell, daily until April 30,
1906, low rate round.trip tickets
The Famous sells for less
Sorcery of the West.
Mr: and Mrs. E. A. Merriman, who
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Douglass when attending the National
Editorial association meeting in this
city, have sold their paper, the Madison
Bulletine, of Madison, Maine, and in
ers and weeds, and by it th pupils will
be taught how to fight and eradicate
the bullnettle, sunflower, Johnson grass,
"loco' weed, and other vegetable pests
wh'ch farmers have to contend with.
Specimens of the weeds, roots and gen-
... .1 ..uv. neigui, wcic jimccu m i"u"•'—
eral characteristics, together with the | grQUnd at reguiar distances along the
question of the soils in which they
cemetery, although not knowing that
many evergreens require only 15 per
cent as much water as many decidv*
The council instructed Little to be-
gin his planting, and last April 702
Scotch pines, only a few inches in
height, were placed in plowed sod
What Is Gambling.
What will the Guthrie card clubs
to preserve their conscience?
Newspapers all over the state of Iowa
are in receipt of a letter from the post-
master at Des Moines apprising them
their farewell state they are going into tymt tjje postoffice authorities at Wash-
a "distant locality," but do not say j jngton have held that reports of prize I and bottoms of the holes, which per
whe.e. j winners at euchre and whist parties I mitted subsoil Irrigation. Then Llttl.
From the day they were in Guthrie J w;u suffice under the anti-lottery law
they have continued to write the story to exc]ude any newspaper from the
of the "Marvelous" West, two columns ; mail3
each week, and just fnished it back in j 0ne state paper reports that its
their home town in last week's issue. ] pre33es were stopped one day last we< k
driveways. The last Sunday in June
only three trees had died. The loss
undoubtedly has been greater during
the later months, but Little says that
if one-half the trees live there will be
more than enough for the purposes | D. C. PARTINGTON, T P. A.
The method of cultivation was fa-
in Florida and Cuba also to cer
points in Alabama, Georgia,
Louisiana and South Carolina.
Return l'tnlt June 1st, 1906.
Through Sleepers and
Hred Harvey Meals
Let us furnish you rates, sched-
ules, descriptive literajure and
vorable to vigorous growth. A post
hole digger was pushed down on the
upper side of each tree, and the open-
| ings, at intervals, filled with water,
l'he scorching sun cracked the sides
Oklahoma Citv, Okla
E. CLARK, D. P. A, Wichita,
and thirty minutes delay ensued in or-
to remove from its columns, a state-
ment that Mrs. Jones had won a cut
glass water pitcher and Mrs. Jones had
won a chafing dish at Mrs. Johnson's
The Des Moines postmaster,
took advantage of an opportunity. The
holes were filled with old manure,
which was tamped. The manure was
flushed with water, and carried down
into every crack and crevice made by
the sun's heat. This treatment Is con-
ducive to deep rooting, by carrying the
roots of the young trees away from
the sun-baked surface of the ground.
Next winter the soil will be loosened
and mixed with humus, that it may
absorb rainfall more easily, instead of
letting it escape, as It does on hard
after j The Reservoir and (He liny.
carefully reading his instruction, de- Scotch pines in the poorest soil
y , b . ,, , , portions of the cemetery were chosen
cided that such reports should exclude , by T ittle for special cultivation, to
. . n,, fo-ma a newspaper from the mails quite as ascertain how much greater their
"Wealth production on e t. ' much as the report of a raffle, lotte.ry growth would be than the growth of
the United States in 1905 reached the | b, devjce He te,e. those receiving ordinary care Uphill
highest amount ever attained in this 1* from each a reservoir holding 12
.. :ni graphed the department at ashington qUarts of water was dug, and covered
and was advised by it that his construc- Vvith a single flat stone on which was
tion of the postoffice rules literally cor : heaped hay weighted with smaller
rect, but that the department had never ptones. The hay protects the tree
' from the intense reflection of the sun s
rays from the stone, while the reser-
voir, filled with water, carries the
root-growth constantly downward and
away from tfle sun.
Little has driven to the cemetery
twice a month and filled their reser-
voirs. Pne tree was a stem six inches
in length when planted. Up to the
first Sunday in August, this tree had
been trimmed three times, removing
all new main branches. The total
length of fourteen branches was five
feet and two Inches. Since that time,
"observing the progress of this pine,'
said Little, "and remembering the
eleven-foot growth of a single elm
branch in the court house park, and
the total branch growth of thirty-one
feet from a branch smaller than
lead pencil, all in a single season, that
it pays to care for young trees be-
comes an axiom."
The city council, to aid ln cultiva-
tion of these trees, constructed a dam
at considerable expense. Water is
hauled In wagons from this reservoir
to the trees. In five or six years the
most beautiful cemetery ln Oklahoma
will be at Perry.
They do not say whether they are com-
ing to Oklahoma or the Northwest, but
Maine has lost two good citizens be-
cause of the sorcery of that West that
no one who has set eys on can resist
and some other locality has gained
them. We hope it is Oklahoma.
Farms \ ielding Wealth.
or any other country—6,415 million
In his annual report Secretary W il-
aon presents an ari ay ' aeen fit to enforce the ruie as against
statements representing ; report8 of society card games. That
and profits of the armers o e cou the question open, and the Iowa
try. which, he admits ^rea™®0,. , editors are asked to secure the inter-
wealth production could hardly equal | Qf ^ congreS8men
Four crops make new nigh value re- j
COrds; corn hay1 wheat and rice, al-
though in amount of production the
Kildare, O. .T. Nov. 10, 1905.
Lessees of Oklalio na, l ake Notice:
Organize your counties at once into county organi-
zations that are not already organized, and be prepared
to send delegates and per capita to Perry, Okla., on the
first Tuesday in January 1906, at 10 o'clock the regular
meeting for the election of officers of -the United Lessees
Union of Oklahoma. All county presidents are mem-
bers of the Executive Committee. Get a move on you
and come prepared to do business.
Would like to see a good attendance at this meet-
ing as matters of importance will come before this meet-
* Ter. Secretaty U. L. U.
All papers friendly to th^ lessees please copy.
Denver, Enid & Gull Railroad Co. 3
THE ALFALFA ROUTE &
A modern railroad traversing the most picturesque part 0
of Oklahoma. n
Carrying only first-class equipment ov:r the smoothest
and b'-st track, through a territory rich in live stock %
fruit and agricultural products.
Thi Alfalfa Route Cafe and Dining Hall at Enid is
, 1, gently furnished and equipped, service unexcelled r7
Fir telass rooms in connection, 49
corn crop is the only one that exceeds
previots yields. In every crop the gen-
eial level of production was high and
that of prices still higher. Besides the
enormous yield of wealth, the secre-
tary est mates that the farms of the
country nave increased in value in the
last five years to a present aggregate
of 6,133 million dollars. "Every sun-
get during the past five years," he says
'•has registered an increase of $3,500,-
000 in the value of the farms of this
This increase value, the
country. lma ~7 h bronchitis and la grippe,
secretary suggests, is invested better, ;
thin in bank deposits or even in
Saved by Dynamite.
Sometimes, a flaming city is saved
by dynamiting a space that the fire
can't cross. Sometimes a cold 1 a gs
on so long, you feel as if nothing would
cure it but dynamite, Z. T. Gray, of
Calhoun, Ga., writes: "My wife had
a very aggravated cough, which kept
her awake nights. Two physicians
could not help her; so she took Dr.
King's New Discovery • for Consump-
tion, Coughs and Colds, which eased
heJ cough, gave her sleep, and finally
cured her." Strictly scientific cure for
At 11 drug-
the ' g'8ts. Ix'ttles 50c and $1.00 guaranteed
gilt edge bonds of private corpora
The Famous sells for less
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
No 3 Leave Guthrie 5:30 p m Arrives Enid
1 " " 9:10 a m
1 " Enid 12:00 a m "
No 4 " Nashville 1:15 p m
4 " Enid 2:20 p m . "
2 " " 6:30 am "
All trains arrive and depart at D. E. & G. depot; foot Indepen-
dence ave., Enid and Union Depot, Guthrie.
J. J. CUNNINGHAM, G. P. A., Enid. C. J. TURPIN, G. A.
7:40 p m
11:25 a m
12:55 p m
2:12 p m
4:25 p m
8:30 a m
105-7 North First St.
Anyone lending a *ketfh and description may
Quickly ascertain our opinion froo whether an
Invention Is probably T'«' i',n^om'^1
♦tons strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on 1 atwits
sent free, oldest agency for Hecurintr patents.
Patents taken through Munn A C,o. receive
tptclal n ttice, wit hout chan/e, in the
a handsomely Illustrated weekly.
r. I.nrpest olr-
J. Terms, f.'l s
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361 Broadway, |
«T H' BU Wasbluafo
^ 101 & 103 W. 9TH ST., KANSAS CITY. MO.
Chronic, Nervous and Special Diseases.
Tlie Old Reliable Doctor—Oldest lu Ape «n l Longoat Located. A
regular Uruduaie In Medlelae. Over .10 Years' Special Fraction—
Over 27 Years In Kaiiaan City ESTABLISHED 1867.
Authorized by the
Stale to treat all
Cure* guaranteed or money refunded. All medicines furnished ready for uhc—no
merourv or Injurious medicines used. No detention from buslnt s . Patients at a dist ance
treated l v mall and express. Medicines sent everywhere, free from gaze or breakage.
Chartrefi low Over 60,( 00 cases cured. Age and experience are important. Stato your
case and send lor terms. Consultation free and confidential, personally or by letter.
Seminal Weakness and
follies and excesses—causlnf night losses
and loss of sexual power, pitnples and
blotches on the face, confused ideas and
orgetfulness, bashfulness and aversion to
society, flto , cu.ed for life. I Btop night
losses, restore sexual power, nerve and
brain power, enlarge and strengthen weak
parts and make you fit for marriage,
for free book and liat of questions.
Radically cured with a
new lufallible Home
■ I _ a Treatment. No In*
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detention from business. Cure guaranteed.
Book and liat of QuesUona frse—sent aealea.
Hydrocele and cured
Dkirnneie few days without pain
rnimosis or danger. Book free.
\/4 ioaoaIa Enlarged veins in the
V dilvUvvlw scrotum—causing ner-
vous debility, weakness of the sexual sya
tern etc., permanently oured without pain.
CwmIwISc! That terrible disease. In
9ypnill9| all its forma and fit ages,
cured for life. Blood poisoning and all
private disease* permanently OUted*
D f\f\g£ for both ww par^a,
Dvvf\ pictures, with full description
of above diseases, the effects and euro, *
sealed In plain wrapper-free.
this Bosk for Us tafenufloa tt ea
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