Oklahoma State Register. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 24, 1906 Page: 3 of 8
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can attick a woman, viz: falling of the womb. With this,
generally, come irregular, painful, scanty or profuse periods,
wasteful, w akenlng drains, dreadful backache, headache,
nervousness, dizziness, irritability, tired feeling, Inability to
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and troubles. We will send free advice
(In plain, sealed envelope), how to
cure them. Addressi Ladies' Advisory
' Dept., The Chattanooga Medicine Co.,
"I SUFFERED AWFUL PAIN
iii my womb and ovaries/' writes Mrs.
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"also in my right and left sideband
my menses were very painful and
irregular. Since taking Cardui, I
feel like a new woman, and do not
suffer as I did. It i < the best medi-
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out; Wa itinerary, and ha announeeait
may be lata in the aeaaon before he
can make the special inspections.
Four weeks ago Mr. McNabb sent to
each nurseryman, whose name appears
on the official list in his office, a blank
application to be filled out and filed in
his office. But forty-nine of the nur-
serymen have made returns. Mr. Mc-
Nabb reports the number of nurseries
gradually on the increase.,
Pay Fare or Walk
To the Conventions.
'Pay fare or stay at home," is the
ultimatum issued by the managers of
all railroad* in Missouri .to politicians
who desire free transportation to the
Democratic and Republican conven-
tions soon to be held at kxcelsior
Springs and Jefferson City.
The announcement that the railroads
have decided to "pass up the politic-
ians" on the pass proposition this year
means a saving ta those corporations
according to one official, of $75,000.
A. G. Cochran, vice president and
general solicitor of the Missouri Pacific
and Iron Monntain railroads, said that
the railroads would probably make a
low rate for the various conventions.
"We have concluded, however," said
Mr. Cochran, with quiet emphasis,
"not to give any free transportation
"That is not only our understanding,
11 but that of all the railroad companies.
1 think the rule is the best for all con-
! cerned, both the railroads and the poli-
tlation of Insects^
Robert Wight in the Outing: It
is astounding to think of the re-
sult of this mutual, and yet inde-
pendent, working. Every sh.ule
of color, trom pile yellow to the
richest blue; every peculiararity
of form, from the flat shape of
the buttercup to the intricate
windings of th^ columbine; every
degree of s-weetness, from the in-
sipidity of many flowers to the
rich sugariness of the huney-
suckle; and every kind of scent,
from the foul odor which attracts
vulgar flies to the most delicate
perfumes that delight the bees, all
have proceded from this connect-
ion of insects with flowers.
Afrents WanteJ: —San Francisco Earth
quake Disaster; Thousands killed and
injured. 5500,000,000 worth of prop-
erty destroyed. Full and authentic-
story told by survivors and eye witnes-
ses. Largest and best book, best illus-
trated, SO per cent profit to agents.
Freight paid. Cred't j.;iven. Outfits
free. Send 4—two cent stamps for
postage. Address COOPER & CO.
134 Lake Street Chicago, 111.
.Vegetable Preparation 'or As-
similating the Food andRcg ula
Unii the Stomachs and Dowels oi
SECRETARY HITCHCOCK WANTS
I INDIAN LAND RESTRICTIONS REMOVED jt.cians
I "As to the reasons impelling the rail-
* i , , ads to take this action, I hardly
— I .Lir.k they need be stated."
Secretary Hitchcock sent to the would not stand sponsor for it because
House Indian committee a bill in which f,e did not favor the proposition it pre-
are embodied his ideas as to when and sents. Mr. Curtis seemed to think
how the restrictions on Indian lands in j that, such a method as that suggested
the Indian Territory should be remov- j by the Secretary would mean the re-
ed. The bill was submitted by the ; m0Val of the restrictions would be post
secretary in reply to a letter from Rep-; poned indefinitely as the ill fixes no
resentative Curtis regarding bills re-j time within which the inve tig t on is
moving restrictions introduced in the t0 be completed. He added that he
House by Representative Murphy and jjj not know what the In iian commit-
Delegate McGuire in the Senate by j tee would do with the bill.
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Mr. Curtis asked the secretary for
his opinion of those measures. Mr.
Hitchcock replied that they would not
do at all, because they provide that the
restrictions shall be removed witnin
the coming year. He said that he h.id
gone over the Indian territory situa-
tion carefully and that he had come to
the conclusion that if the lands wer
thrown on the market now they would
be taken by syndicates at prices that
would practically be robbery.
A LONG DELAY THREATENED.
The bill submitted by Mr. Hitchcock
appropriates $50,000 to be expended by
the Secretary of the Interior in an in-
vestigation to ascerta n what lands in
the Indian territory are coal, oil or gas
lands. Having obtained this informa-
tion, the Secretary is make a report to
the President who is then, by procla-
mation, to declare the lands segregat
11 WON'T SUIT THE TERRITORY.
The p an of the Secretary is certain
to meet with a storm of protests fiom
the Indian territory. Not on'y will it
be oppostd by the land owners, but by
the oil mer. and coal operators, who
wilt contend that under it the mineral
Guthrie Corresp. ndent to the Okla-
homa City Oklah >:r:an:
F. A. Ashti n, territeri.il oil inspec-
tor and a resident of Chandler, thinks
that the holding up or ihe appointment
of John mmbrv as Uni'ed States attor-
ney is not only a great injustice, but a
persecution of the Chandler lawyer.
"1 have known Johr. Embry for fif-
I teen years," Mr. Ashton said, "and I
To Print Cherokee Books
The Cherokee Baptist associa-
tion has made an official request
to Chief W. «J. Rogers and ihe
Cherokee national council asking
that the Cherokee type now in
the old Cherokee Advocate office
ar Pryor Creek, be turned over to
the association. The Advocate
was a national paper, printed in
Cherokee characters, at the ex-
pense of the nation. The Ad\o
cate w..s abolished as a tribal or-
gan March 4, and the Baptist or-
ganization wants to get control of
tins rare equipment in order to
carry on religious work amorg
the fullblood Cherokees who can
read no other language.
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placed more than ever under the ccn
trol of the Interior department'.
The opinion among those interested
in Indian Territory legislation is that
owing to the short time before ad-
journment there is slight probability
that the bill will be passed tnis session.
The Secretary's letter mad it clear that
the plan he submitted was only the
plan for the removal of restrictions
which would be acceptable to the In-
In the House Chairman Sherman of
the Indian?commlttee introduced a bill
ed. After this"segregation"has''been providing that the adult heir of any
made the restrictions are to be remov- deceased Indian to whom a trust or
ed upon the other lands of mixed "thsr patent containing restrictions
blood*, except homesteads. upon alienation has been issued for
Secretary Hitchcock in his letter in- lands allotted to him may sell the
dicated that he expected Mr. Curtis to lands inherited from «uch a decendent
itroduce the bill. The Kansas repre-! subject to the adproval of the Secre-
sentative said this afternoon that he j tary Interior.
Unless Crapsey Retracts
In 50 Days He Is Out.
The verdict in the heresy trial
of Rev. Dr. Algernon S. Crapsey,
pastor of St. Andrew's Protest-
ant Episcopal Church at Roches-
ter, N. Y., was delivert d to the
accused minister. Four of the
five jurors signed the following
"That the respondent shall In-
suspended from exercising the
functions of the church until such
time as he shall satisfy the ec-
clesiastical authorities of the dio-
cese that his belief and teachings ^he tnai began April 26 and
coaform to the doctrines of the' many prominent lawyers figured
Apostle's Creed and the Nicene [ for prosecution and defense.
Creed as this ehurch hath receiv
lands of the Indian territory will I a j want t0 say there is no foundation
to the charges. As a man he stands
head and shoulders above the three or
four Chandler citizens who : re causing
him trouble. If I had been there 1
certainly would have signed the reso-
lutions condemning Assistant United
States Attorney Cassius M. Peck for
his action in continuing an investiga-
te n which long ago exonerated Embry
of wrong doing."
Mr. Peck spent Sunday and Monday
in Chandler, going over the books in
the probate judge's qffice. He claim-
ed that he was inquiring into the Em-
bry matter but Mr. Ashton said that
he had received reliable word that the
documents investigated were along a
different line altogether.
"It will take a whole lot of argu-
ment to convince Embry's neighbors
and friends that Peck did not wire the
department at Washington that he had
more evidence," Mr. Ashton said. "The
truth of the matter is that he has two
Vermont friends on the committee that
is inquiring into the United States at-
torney matter, and through them is
holding tilings up. Peck came to Ok-
lahoma from \ ermont to accept the
position as assistant United States at-
A man who is close to John Emory
said that I'eck asked f®r reappointment
wnen Speed was turned down, but was
given no satisfaction. This is regard-
ed as his motive for fighting Embry.
The statement of Mr. Ashton car-
ries considerabe weight because of the
fact that he has never been particu-
! larly aligned with either Republican
tunes that had ever bef.iilen man- j crowd in the territory, although a Fer-
" I guson appointee. He is just a plain
Republican who is continuing in his
present position because he has placed
the office ou a basis never before ob-
against Dr. Crapsey were based
on sermons he had delivered, in
which he declared the following
1. "Jesus wai born of parents
belonging to the middle ciass."
2. "He was born of a simple
father and mother."
3. He was the son of a car-
4. The fact that the early
Christians predicted a miraculous
birth of Christ was to be regard-
ed as one of the greatest misfor-
HA ) A CLOSE CALL.
"A dangerous surgict 1 operation, in-
volving the removal of a malignant ul-
cer, as large as my hand, from my
daughter's hip, was prevented by the
application of Bucklen's Arnica Salve,''
says A. C. Stickel, of Miletus, W. Va.
"Persistent use of the Salve completely
cured it." Cures Cuts, Burns and In-
juries. 25c at all druggists.
Some malicious person poisoned
Marshall Abernathy's dogs last week,
proving fatal to three, among them a
female gray hound he valued very much,
as it was the one President Roosevelt
fell in love with when hunting in the ' *
pasture. The dogs were in a wire fen-
ced lot and bothered no one, and Mr.
Abernathy wonders much what manner
of person could take out h sj revenue in
killing innocent dogs. Whoever it is,
he or she had better not be found out.
THE GREAT HEALER 3
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j]I10USANDS of grateful in
every state attest the V. ONDERFT L
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It cures cuts, sprains, bruises, son-*, swellings,
lameness, old wounds, lumbatro. chapped hands, f • ost.
bites, etc.. and Is the standard remedy tur barbed
Wire cuts on animals, harness and saddW- iral!*,
•cratches, urease heel, rakeduidder, itch, mange, etc.
It heals a wound from the bottom up and Is
thoroughly antiseptic. KING CACTUS OJL ts
thoroughly antiseptic. KIXU uc/lj vil is
sold by druirglsts in IRc., WV.. «nd $1 buttles. M and
96 decorated cnn*. or km it prepaid by the manura'-
turers. OLJVEY 6 ytcViilV. Cti* ten. loVa, 1/
not obtainable at yc i druggists .
SOLD BY 1. N.WALLACE, GUTHRIE.
FAMOUS STRIKE BREAKERS.
The most famous strike breakers in
the land are Dr. King's New Life Pills.
When liver and bowels go on a strike,
they quickly settle the trouble, and the
purifying work goes right on. Best
cure for constipation, headache and
dizziness. 25c at all druggists.
GUTHRIE NOVELTY RACKET
GLASS WARE, QUEENS WARE,
CHINA WARE, TI
ml S|t cli.l Sales
(i It KAT llAIKiAIN
OVERALLS AND WAISTS, WORK
SHIRTS, FANCY SHIRTS, HOSIERY
TOWELING, NOTIONS AND TOYS
| Of Every Description.
D. WEBBER in E. Okla. A
If You Were
ed the same.
"However, we express the ear-
nest hope and desire that the res-
pondent may see hjs way clear,
during the thirty days that under
the canons of the church must in-
tervene before sentence can be
pronounced, to establish to the
full satisfaction of the ecclesias-
tical authorities of such conform-
ity on his part.
"W. C. Roberts,C. H. Boynton,
C. S, Burroughs and John Mills
The charges against the minis-
ter concerned only his teachings.
His morals and his private life
were admitted by the prosecu-
tion to be exemplary.
"This fact," they declared,
"makes his false teaching more
dangerous than if his life were
WcNabb Is After
Secretary C. A. McNabb, of the ter-
ritorial board of agriculture, is after
the nurserymen of the territory with a
barbed stick because fully half of them,
up to the present time, have failed to
make application for an inspector, al-
though under the law such application
must be filed by June 1. Of the one
hundred nurseries in Oklahoma, appli-
cations have been received but from
forty-nine of them, and the time is get-
ting short for the others to get under
The entomologist of the A. and M.
college, at Stillwater, is the acting
nursery inspector for the board, and he
will start on his inspection trip June 4.
The cost of the inspection of nurseries,
on this initial trip, will be apportioned
among all nurserymen, who have ap-
plied tor an inspector by June 1. Oth-
erwise, it will be necessary to send a
special inspector to visit each nursery,
not applying by June 1, and the cost
of the entire trip must be borne by the
tained. His record as oil inspector is
higher than any of his predecessors.
In closing a discussion of the Embry
investigation Mr. Ashton said:
John Embry will certainly be con-
firmed before statehood comes and I
am not a bit pessimistic concerning the
passing of the statehood measure."
The three Lincoln county men who
are known to be leading the fight on
Embry are C. A. Filsch, H. M, John-
son and "Larry" Rooney.
The charges of false teachings Iowner Thd inspector is now mapping
A YEAR OF BLOOD.
The year 1903 will long b« remem-
bered in the home of F. N. Tacket, of
Alliance, Kentucky v as a year of blood;
which flowed so copiously from Mr.
Tacket's lungs that death seemed very
near. He writes: "Severe bleeding
from the lungs and a frightful cough
had brought me at death's door, when
I began taking Dr. King's New Dis-
covery for Consumption, with the as-
tonishing result that after taking four
bottles I was completely restored and
as time has proven permanently cured."
Guaranteed for Sore Lungs, Coughs
and Colds, at all druggists. Price 50c
and fl.00. Trial bottle free.
'Bred in Old Kentucky"
You should take advantage of the
TO LOUISVILLE, KY.
For the occasion of the
June 13, to 17, the
Will operate through Cars from
Rate, one fare plus $2.00.
Tickets sold, June 11, 12, 13,
From all station. Limit 30 days
OPEN TO EVERYBODY
For full information see the
Frisco agent, or address
F. E. Clark,
Div. Pass. Agent, Wichita, Kas.
D. C. Farrington,
Trav. Pass. Agent
Oklahoma City, Okla.
DENVER, ENID & GULF R, R. "Alfalfa Route"
DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN SERVICE BETWEEN GUTHRIE, 0. T„ AND KIOWA, KANS.
lie Short line between Oklahoma points and Kiowa, Harper,
Medicine Lodge, Kans., Alva and Woodard, ot C k ahoma
and the Panhandle of Texas.
A P K i L 2 9TH, 1906.
E F F BCTIV E
ally Leaves Kiowa 2 30 p.m.
• * Enid 5 25 p. m.
u Kiowa 5 45 a. m.
•• 41 Etiid 8 37 a- m.
"ex.Sun. Kiowa 7 2<> a. m.
"ex.Sun." Enid 110 p.m.
illy Leaves Guthrie 6 15 a.m.
" Enid 8 45 a. in.
•• * Guthrie 4 50 p. m.
Enid 7 14 p. m.
"ex.Sun.41 Guthrie 7 20 a. m.
• ex.Sun. " Enid 1 00
. Enid 5 13 p.m.
Guthrie 7 4u p.m,
Enid 8 27 a.m.
G uthrie 10 50 a m.
Enid 12 05 p.m.
Guthrie £ 2t p.m.
" . Kiowa
8 31 a.m
11 25 a.in
7 04 p.m.
9 5u p.m.
11 36 a. rn,
6 05 p.m.
Trains 10 and 11 are mixed freight and passenger
I v; ,l- i t h ',11 Santa Ee trains, at Enid with all Frisco aud Rock Island
p. "jfh .d «..h !« K* T .C.R.I *P„ Oklahoma
Eastern and * ort Smith «v western.
The most convenient way to get to and from Oklahoma City and G"thne
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OKLAHOMA CARIAGE WORKS
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