The El Reno Democrat. (El Reno, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 16, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 9, 1905 Page: 8 of 8
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FROM GIRLHOOD T^WOMANHOOD
Mothers Should Watch the Development of Their Daughters-
Interesting Experiences of Misses Borman anil Mills.
LOOK OUT FOR MIM
Every mother possesses Information ache J}";',**,i,. my con.luioB, I'aia
which U of vital interest to Iter young writ(n., you."—Myrtle Mills, Oquawka, III.
Dear Mn Pinkham: — (Second l/'"i r l,
•• It is with the feeling olutmost grat' tu™
that 1 wr.te to y< i t<; I' ll >•"' * h«i y< *
valuable medicine has <lnn.. for gie \\ henl
wrote you in regard to uiy ' i . }!
consulted «everard.K-t..T-s, Imt they f'
understand inv caw- and I did not r.<•.!*•
any benefit from their treatment. 1 '
your «dVie., and t.«>k Lvdm E 1ink a .
Too often thi* is never imparted or s
Withheld until serious harm has result-
ed to the growing girl through her
Ignorance of nature's mysterious anil
wonderful laws and penalties.
tiirls' over-sensitiveness and modesty
often puzzle their mothers and baffle
physicians, as they so often withhold
their confidence from their mothers
and conceal the symptoms which ought
to be told to their physician at this
When a girl's thoughts bocome slug-
gish with headache, dizziness or a dis-
position to sleep, pains in back or lower
limbs eyes dim, desire for solitude:
when she is a mystery to herself and
friends, her mother should eome to her
aid. and remember that Lydia E I'iuk-
ham's Vegetable Compound *U. at
this time prepare the system for tli
coming change, aniat-art Vie manstrual
period in a young girl s life without
pain or irregularities.
Hundreds of letters from young girls
and from mothers, expressing their
gratitude for what Lydia E. Pinkham s
Vegetable Compound bus accomplished
for them, have been received bv the
Lydia E. I'inkham Medietas Co., at
Miss Mills has written the two fol-
lowing letters to Mrs. I'inkham, which
will be read with interest:
Dear Mrs. rinkham: —
your advice, an.l
Vegetable Compound and am now healthy
and well, and all the distressing symptoms
which I had at that ti mo have disappeared.
Myrtle Mills, Oquawka, 111
Miss Matilda Honnan writes Mrs
Pinkham as foiiows:
Dear Mr*. Pinkham:— „
" Before taking Lydia E. Pinkham a Vege-
table Compound my monthlies were irregu-
lar and painful, and I always had «uch
dreadful neadachen. . ,
" But since taking the <- ompound mv hwul-
aches have entirely left me, my monthlies are
regular, and 1 am getting itrongand well. I
am telling all my girl friends \vhat Lydia E_
Pinkham s Vegetable Compound has done for
me."—Matilda Horman. Fartnington, Iowa.
If you know of any young girl who
is sielt and needs motherly advice, ask
her to address Mrs l'inkhani at Lynn.
Mass , and tell her every detail of her
symptoms, and to keep n#thmg back.
She will receive advice absolutely, free,
from a source that has no rival in the
experience of woman's ills, and it will, it
followed, p 't her on the right roadto a
strong, healthy and happy womanhood.
Lydia K. I'inkham's Vegetable Com-
pound holds the record for the greatest
number of cures of female ills of any
A smooth grafter worked about a
dozen or fifteen business men of this
town this week and then Jumped his
Ix.ard bill and cut out for a fresher anil
greener field. He registered as W E
Robinson, from Texas, His era 11 is
an advertising scheme. He claims to
have been a newspaper man. He os
tenslbly engaged with the Topeka and
El Reno Telephone company of this
place to work for them an advertising
graft on the people of El Reno for a
share of the swag. While waiting for
the telephone company to prepare copy
for his graft, he went to the El Reno
Sleam Laundry and procured a set of
laundry slips and then circulated ;
among the merchants and 1 to
print an advertising card on the hack
of 20,non slips for $2.00 per card.
Mr. (irafler then ordered us to print
200 for each advertiser Instead ot -0,-
000 Collected the money and skipped
leaving a 15 hoard bill at the Sullivan
house unpaid.—El Reno Democrat
Good enough for the victims! We
■ will warrant that had a representative j
of the Democrat gone to the business
men who patronized the fake game
land proffered to do the advertising
offered by the stranger for one-half
j the price he named for the work few
' of them would have given him an ordet
' and those who did would have
wanted It understood that it was
simply With a view to helping the offlec
Not all business men are of this class.
In fact, we would hate to believe that
one-fourth of tlieni are, but it is this
class of business men who invariably
patronize the strangers who call upon
them and "pass the home office up."
It Is such business men who send away
from home for everything they use
where it is possible for them to figure
out a few cents saved. They are the
penny wise and pound foolish" fellows
who hold back on every proposition
put before them for improving the
trade of the city and building up home
MAN AND WOMAN
Comparing man with woman. Pro-
fessor Chamberlain of Clark Unlver
] sity says:
| He Is more glfled In art
1 He has greater business capacity.
! Me has greater business Intelligence
I He has more genius.
I He is more Intellectual
He is more logical
He Is more gifted in Invention #nd
■om posit Ion in music.
He has more originality
He has greater power of oratory.
We might add:
He drinks more whiskey.
He uses more tohaccoi
He possesses a larger assortment of
He stays out later at nigh'.
He yells louder when he Is hurt.
He has to have more covering on
He is more eager to kill things.
He Is more likely to be crazed by
lie bets more on horse races
He gets In Jail oftener — Chicago
Many Persons Have Catarrh of Kidneys,
Or Catarrh of Bladder and Don't Know It.
j The Farmers' Cnlon of Greer county
has purchased a printing plant and |
will publish a semi monthly edition in
the .—rests Of the organization. Miss
Laura .Moore, ex-county suporinten-
| dent, is the editor. T. A. Putnam,
business manager, was authorized to
ship all cotton belonging to the union
to Houston. Texas, where It will bo
I stored and the farmer allowed to bor-
' row on It at 6 per cent interest. They
will hold their cotton for 11 cents. The
; Greer county organization has already
(First Published, Oct. 10. 1905.)
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
In the District Court of Canadian
County. Oklahoma Territory
Jesse W. Gann. Plaintiff,
... . T aa - t II 11 111 < H Ul LUIW "«
Dear Mm. Pinkham:- (First Toiler) j- jn that tlie world has ever
"I am but fifteen years of age, am depressed, meaiune u it ?
have dizzy spoils, chills, headache and hack -I known. hj J ' . , ..
Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Makes Sick Vvomen Well.
LOVELY VALLEY ITEMS
A REVISED DICTIONARY
Wheat Is looking well since the rain.
Mr. Lewis, who sold out at public
sale Tuesday, will move to Lawton.
Mrs. Burns, of El Reno, spent Fri-
day with Mrs. Canning and Mohler.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wagoner spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Kitzmiller.
east of El Reno.
W. .1 Murray is up again, after sev-
eral day's sickness of grippe.
Harry Wagner came out from El
Reno and spent Saturday and Sunday
with home folks.
Mrs Charles Branley Is on the sick
The farmers met at the school house
Thursday night and organized a farm-
ers' union with seven charter mem-
Sells More of Chamberlain's Cougii
Remedy than of All Others
Thomas George, a merchant at Mt.
Elgin. Ontario, says: "I have had the
local agency for Chamberlain s Cough
Remedy ever since it was Introduced
into Canada, and I sell as much of it
as I do of all other lines I have on
my shelves put together. Of the many
dozens sold under guarantee, I have
not had one bottle returned. I can
personally recommend this medicine
as I have used It myself and given it
to my children and always with the
best results." For sale by all drug-
A family surprise party occurred
last night at the home of Mr and Mrs
Albert Heckes. on South Rock Island
avenue Refreshments were served
and the evening was enjoyably passed
The guests were Mr and Mrs. G
Heckes. Mr. and Mrs David Heckes
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Menger and Mr
and Mrs. Fred Felbetv
o CURE thi LUNCS
I Canal—A body of land surrounded
| with scandal
Grafters—The best of kindling wood
for the devil.
Politician—One who does lots of
dirty work to get a job, and no kind
of honest work afterward.
Army—A body of fools who divide
the lead, while the knaves divide the
Popular Government—A political
organization for robbing the masses.
Synonymous with thief, robber. brV
gand. pirate, moloch. tyrant, devil.
| Ward Heeler—"A fox In the barn
I yard or a coyote In the sheep-fold. A
deceiver in the cloak of righteousness
Chief Executive—One who punishes
innocent men by dismissing them
from public service (as Grownlow, of
Tennessee I and whitewashes self con
fessed criminals like Morton, of the
j Equitable Life Insurance company A
| man elected to office by the boodlers
of the country.
Aristocrat—An all around "damn
Autocrat—A Hybrid, being a cross
between a 'dam phool' and an idiot.
Business—A method of holding up
one's fellow men for all that can be
gotten out of him without doing vio-
lence to the person.
Editor—An ape in action, a parrot
in thought, the lick-spittle of cliques,
knaves and scoundrels. An animal
without a soul.
Honesty—Any kind of pilfering
cheating, extortion and venality. man>
of whom rush to the front pews in
the synagogues; and very numerous.
Partisan—A partyite: a fish of th.
Jelly period, without back^me or
brains; a strong and bull-lieaded de-
votee, and worshiper of a chimera dire
a beast without reason.
Sin—An obsolete word in meaning.
Philanthropy—Skinning and killing
your fellow man.
Political Boss—A pig. either Inside
or outside of the slop-pen.
Town—a place where human hogt
congregate to fill their coffers am.
blindly kill the golden goose that layf
for them the golden egg.
Preacher—A tooter who winks at
the rascals in his flock, and inplicitl>
tells them they are bully boys with a
(First Publication. October 26, 1905)
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Land office at El Reno. Okla . Oct
I 21, 1905.
! Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice
of his Intention to make final proof in
support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before U. S. Land
Office at El Reno, on November 2",
WILLIAM S. THOMPSON
of Leal. Okla..
for lots " and 4. and E*£ S\\ U Sec .,1
T 10 N.. R. 8 W.
He names the following witnesses
to prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz: Lew-
is Boyd, P. L. Eagan. Adam Unruh and
George Forbes all of Leal, Okla.
Frank C. Sickles, Register.
At the Carnegie Library Last Night
Frederick Warde, the great deline-
ator of Shakespearian characters, gave
a reading at the Carnegie library last
night. The audience was not large,
but a very select one. Mr. Warde is
easily the greatest Shakespearian
scholar, and the best elocutionist that
ever visited this part of the new
Southwest. His subject last night was
Hamlet and he handled this great
masterpiece in the most delightful
Mr Warde has consented to be with
us again next Saturday night, at the
same place and under the same aus-
pices He will lecture on the plays
of Shakespear, touching the humorous
as well as the philosophic side of the
character of this great English poet
and dramatist. His subject will be
handled in a way to make the lecture
interesting, alike to the student of
Shakespear as well as the lover of
The prices next Saturday night will
be reduced to only fifty cents.
Our readers, the most of whom are
Shakespearian readers and philosoph-
ers, cannot affort to miss hearing Mr.
Warde, who is one of the uncrowned
kings of the American platform.
D. L. Alley, Defendant
Summons by Publication.
The defendant, D. L. Alley, will take
notice that he has been sued in the
District Court of Canadian County, Ok-
lahoma Territory by Jesse W. Gann,
who has filed his petition therein al-
| leging that the defendant claims and
| pretends to have some interest of re-
i cord in the south halt of the northeast
quarter and the north half of the
! southeast quarter of section fourteen
| (14). in township eleven (11) north,
in range ten (10) west, Canadian Coun
1 ty, Oklahoma Territory, and further
j alleges that such claim is void and
! that the defendant has no legitimate
or valid interest therein, but that a
i record of that purports to be a con-
tract by notice of which the defendant
asserts his claim is of record in the
office of the Register of Deeds of
said county in book four in miscellan-
eous records at page 282 and is a cloud
upon his title thereto, and prays the
court for a decree ascertaining and
; decreeing defendants claim to be null
| and void and forever quieting his title
thereto and for judgements for costs
' of suit. And unless the defendant ap-
pears in said court and answers or
otherwise pleads to said petition on on
before the 2Hrd day of November, A.
D. 1905. the allegations In •aid peti-
tion will be taken as true and judge-
ment rendered according to the
Jesse, W. Gann, Plaintiff.
E. M. Hegler, Clerk District
By J L. Trevathan. Deputy.
President Newhof and War
Correspondent Richards Were
Promptly Cured By Pe ru-na.
Mr C B Newhof, 10 Itelamare street,
Albany. N- V.. President Munteflore
"Since my advanced age I find thai
I have been frequently troubled with
urinary ailments. The bladder seemed
Irritated, and my physician said that It
was catarrh caused by a protracted
enid which <>iild be difficult to over-
come on account of my advanced years.
I took I'eruna. hardly daring to believe
that I would be helped, but I found to
mv relief that I soon began tb mead,
the Irritation gradually subsided and
the urinary difficulties passed away. I
have enjoyed excellent health now for
the past seven months. I enjoy my
meals, sleep soundly, and am as well
I n as twenty years ago. I give all
praise to I'eruna. "-C. tt. Newhof.
Sutlcrcd Trom Catarrh of Kidneys,
threatened With Nervous Collapse,
Cured by Pe-ru-na.
Mr. F. 11. Richards,600 EStreet,N. W.,
Washington, l>. •'., War Correspondent,
will. *: "Exactly si* years ago I was
ordered to Cuba as staff correspondent of
th" New York Sun. I was in charge of a
Sun Dispatch boat through tlio Spanish
American War. The effect of the trop-
ical climate and the nervous strain
showed plainly on my return to the
states. Lassitude, depression to the
verge of melancholia, and incessant
kidney trouble made 1110 practically an
Invalid. This undesirable condition
continued, despite the best of treatment.
1* inalty a brother newspaper man,who
like myselt had served in tho war, in-
duced "me to give a faithful trial to
Peruna. 1 did so. In a short time the
lassitude left me, my kidneys resumed a
healty condition, and a complete cure
was effected. I cannot too strongly
recommend Peruna to those suffering
with kidney trouble. To-day I am able
to work as hard as at any time in my
life, and the examiner for a leading in-
surance company pronounced nie an
In raor Health Over Tour Years.
Pe-ru-na Only Kemcdy of Real Benefit.
Mr. John Nunmo, 21"> Lippincott St.,
Toronto, Can., a prominent merchant <>f
that city and also a member of the
Masonic order, writes:
"I have been in poor health generally
for over four years. When I caughiii
bad cold last winter it settled in the
I,ladder and kidneys, causing serious
trouble. I took two greatly advertised
PRES. C. B. NFVVhOI ,
Suffered f rom Catarrh of Bladder.)
kidney remedies without getting the
desired results. Peruna is tho only
remedy which was really of any benefit
to me/1 have not had a trace of kidney
trouble nor a cold in my system."
Pe-ru-na Contains No Narcotics.
One reason why Peruna has found per-
manent use in so many homes is that it
contains no narcotics of any kind. I'e-
runa is perfectly harmless. It can he
| used any length of time without acquir-
ing a drug habit. Peruna does not pro-
duce temporary results. It is per-
manent in its effect.
| It has no bad effect upon the system,
unci gradually eliminates e.atairh by re-
i moving the cause of catarrh. There are
' a multitude of homes where Peruna has
been used off and on for twenty year^
Such a thing could not lie possible if
I'eruna contained any drugs of a ntr-
[ cotio nature.
| El Reno Lodqe and J
% Union Directory J
11 • +
El Reno lodge. No. 7. A. F. and A.
M. meets first and third Monday of
Clyde Matthews. W. M.
Earl Beebe, Secretary.
L. C. Hickman, President.
Mrs. Peters, Cor. Sec.
U. C. T.
Meets every second Saturday night
E. P. Gallup, Senior Councilor.
L. C. Hickman, Sec, Treas.
Keystone Chapter, No. 9, R- A. M ,
meets second and fourth Tuesday of
C. A. Jackman, H. P.
J. F. McGrath, Secretary.
Ascension Commandery No. 3, K.
T... meets first and third Wednesday
of each month.
C. A. Jackman. E. C.
H. K. Ricker, Recorder.
Mistletoe Chapter, No. 3, O. E. S.,
meets second and fourth Monday of
Mrs. Kate E. Gelder, W. M.
Mrs. Alice M. Miller, Secretary.
j Who are looking for cheap homes or
| nood investments on easy terms, $30
j per acre and up. in northwest Miss-
I ouri, to send for our state map and
land list. We grow, corn, clover,
j wheat, blue grass, cattle and hogs.
G T. KINSE\ LAND CO
| Sixty miles east of Kansas City.
i Rev. Paul Jenkins, of Kansas City.
■ and Van Cleve, of Oklahoma City, vis-
I ited awhile at the Tinkelpaugh-KIm
mel house today. They were enroutf
' to Hydro, on a hunting expedition
A. 0. U. W.
| Meets every Tuesday evening.
J L. C. Hickman, M. W.
j Albert Menger, Fin. Sec.
M. W. A
! El Reno Camp 7088, meets every
! Tuesday night
I J. M. Carter, V. C.
I A. E. Saxey, Clerk.
Mistletoe Camp No. 248. meets
every 2nd and 4th Tuesday at Mason-
Mrs. Margaret Saxey, Oracle.
Mrs. Carrie Thoes, Recorder.
Carpenters Union No. 1431, meet^ ^
0UGHS ani1 50c & $1.00
lOLDS Free Trial.
Surest and Quickest Curo for all
THROAT and LUNG TROUB-
LES, or MONEY BACK.
Fred H. Norcom, of the east part
of the county, lias filed a petition foi
a divorce from Bertha E. Norcom.
NO NEED TO BE ALARMED ABOUT STOMACH TROUBLES IF YOU USE
MI-O-NA. CURE GUARANTEED BY C. R. MILLER.
A case of diptheria developed ir
Yukon, yesterday, A child of Robert
i Fanis is afflicted with the malady.
I Deputy Sheriff Hackett went to Yn
I kon yesterday and quarantined the
Shortness of breath, black specks
before the eyes, furred tongue, dizzi-
ness, belching of gasses or sour food,
weakness and debility are all signs of
catarrh of the stomach. There is no
need to be unduly alarmed, for this
disease can be cured by Mi-o-na. It
is the only remedy that strikes at the
root of the evil and actually cures the
It does not contain opium in any
form, acids, alcohol, or any other
harmful drug or chemical. It is a
pure remedy that heals the irritated
mucous membrane, stimulates the so-
lar plexus, and aids digestion.
Ask C. R. Miller to show you the
guarantee under which he sells Ml-o-
na. It costs but fifty cents a box, and
your money is returned if it does not
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
El Reno lodge No. 6, meets every
J. A. Nichols, Chancellor Com.
J. G. Thompkins, Keeper of Records
I. O. R. M.
Red Cloud No. 3, meets every Wed-
F. E. Rosenberger.
L. G. Adams, Chief of Records.
B. P. O. E.
El Reno lodge No. 743, meets every
W. T. Beeks, E. R-
Charles G. Wattson. Secretary.
I. O. 0. F.
Reno lodge No. 7, meets every Mon-
Leo Nichols, N. G.
J. L. Trevathan, Secretary.
K. of C.
Sacred Heart Council No. 767, meets
first and third Saturday of each month
J. W. Maney, G. K.
A. Gerrer, Secretary.
every Tuesday evening.
A. Shunterman, Pres.
John Gilliiand, P. S.
Favored by Both Parties
Republican and democrats alike
praise Foley's Honey and Tar foi
coughs, colds and all throat and luni;
diseases, as no other remedy can com
pare with it. It is safe and sure. F
T. Slater, merchant, 171 Main street,
Gloucester, Mass., writes: "Foley'
Honey and Tar cured me of a very bad
cough which I had for three months
though other remedies failed to benefit
me 1 f*n highly recommend it for
coughs and colds." C. R. Miller & Co.
Morse's Drug and Jewelry Co.
The Nighswander Realty company
yesterday sold the W. S. Perry resi-
dence property, in Rock Island addi-
tion to E. D. Davlsson, of the O. K
feed yard. The consideration was
$1,600. Mr. Perry will move to Iowa
next spring .
1 try in"' preparations simply dev.
op dry oatarm; they dry up the secretion
C. R. Miller and Co.
F. o. E.
El Reho Aerie No. 220, meets every^
J. G. Strong, President.
W. F. Schad, Acting Secretary.
K. & L of S.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Monday
• ..;,k than
loothcs an I
-eli n remedy
t in tho bend
1 si/ will be
I maucu mi . , . , v \
j 50c. size. Ely Brothers... > Vvai reu • ■
ThB Balm cures without jiain. o. >
irritate or cause sueenng. Bspreaos y
I over an irritated and angry suriaec. r mv.
ing immediately tho paiu.'ul lnf"L"'n '' V,loJ I
I With i.ly's Cream li,.'m you are armed
| against Kasal Catarrh and Hay Fe*er,
which iid'.i ro ; •
pose, c*i'is:nc1 011
tho cmUii;'.ry l - .
ing inhala its, t'" t •'
and use th.it wh ch «' • ■ .
hM1<L Ely1* 1
and will cure catnrrh t.r -
easily and pleftsanily. At
mailed for 10 cents. A'l d
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