The Peoples Voice (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, June 10, 1898 Page: 7 of 8
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Nervous and Tired1 "KR0 0F MAmA-
Was Not Able to do Her Work Until
Hood's Sarsaparllla Cured.
I was troubled with headaches, ner-
vousness and that tired feeling. I read in
the papers about Hood's Srrsaparllta and
began taking It. I am now able to do my
work, as Hood's Sarsaparilla has relieved
Mrs. T. F. Rica, Hampahire, 111.
Is America s Greatest Medicine. |1; six for |5
Hood's Pills cure indigestion, biliousness.
Hie happiest days of a man s life
booms to be in the near future.
Tti« ( liluetic M |
Is a very queer looking- affair. It rep-
resents the most grotesque of preen
ti ramona on a yellow ground. The lat-
ter is suggestive not only of the na-
tional complexion, but also that of a
sufferer from biliousness. To remove
this, use Hostetter's Stomach liitters,
which will speedily regulate your liv-
and prevent malaria.
1 rue friendship between women is a
matter of doubt to most men.
1 he ihower that spoils a woman's
I new bonnet is a rain of terror.
Uncle .Sam's blister will no doubt
capt. cridley let LOOSE
the first gun.
Led the Action Against the Spanish
Ships nnd Forts From the Conning
Tower of the Oljrmpla—W«s Horn nnd j
Raised In Iudlann.
a month. Sixty thousand troops re- I
peatedly went Into the field in the war
within four weeks. Within twenty j
days the states of Ohio, Indiana, 1111- ;
nols, Iowa ant" Wisconsin sent to the 1
front 90,000 Infantry. America can re- J
peat these achievements. If necessary.
A $2,000,000 BOOK FOR 812.
THE WIFE OF J JPCE DAY.
make the Spanish fly.
COSMO IDTTMUUU TOILET MAP
makes the skin soil, white and healthy,
"A soft answer tnrneth away
wrath," and soft soap dirt.
It is fashionable for a girl to loolc
•pensive and frequently sigh, indicating
that she has a lover in the army whose
daring will tmike him a mark for Span-
APT. Charles V.
der of Admiral De-
wey's flagship, the
highly pleased did
he know how the
people of Erie, Pa.,
his home town, are
celebrating h 1 s
brave conduct In
the great battle of
Manila Bay. Capt. Qridley is an In-
diana man, but his wife was a Pennsyl-
vanlan, the pretty daughter of John P.
Vincent, and Erie has been his home
ever since 1872, when Miss Harriet Vin-
cent became Mrs. Gridley. It was the
Olympla that fired the first shot of the
attack in the battle of May 1, and Capt.
Gridley was in the conning tower of
the ship watching the enemy and ex-
posed to their shells. This was not
ihe first timo the brave Gridley was
in the smoke of war. He was In Mo-
bile bay on the Oneida, and though
then a young man, distinguished him-
self In the light. His conduct was
praised thus by his commander: "The
conduct of Acting Ensign Charles V.
Gridley Is beyond all praise. He had
<"harge of the masters' division and as-
sisted in conning the ship from the
top-gallant forecastle." In 1872 Capt.
Gridley was assigned to the steamer
Mrs. Day, who formed a life part-
nership with the new secretary of state
about twenty-three years ago, is the
sole surviving child of the late I>oul8
Schaefer, long a prominent figure in
Ohio. She Is a woman of exceeding
loveliness of character. Since her
marriage she has lived no life outside
of the lives of her husband and chil-
dren. So Intense has been her devo-
tion to him and them that she has
taken no leading part in the social de-
velopment of Canton, although fitted
by every grace of mind and heart to
adorn It. She is a reader, omniverous
and discerning. Fiction, history, tra-
vel, biography, sociological essays,
are all devoured with equal avidity and
assimilated with equal certainty. She
is an accomplished musician and pos-
sesses many other accomplishments to
make home the best place in the world
for her home people. She is not a
woman's rights woman, and has never
gone In for the new woman fad, hold-
ing that the place of her sex is under
the family roof ire-; and by the family
hearth. Secretary and Mrs. Day have
four children, all boys, and all much
given to athletics. Mrs. Day's father
was a lawyer, a wit, a reeonteur, a
bon vlvant and a public spirited citi-
zen. lie enjoyed an enormous law
practice and died a wealthy man. It
was related of him here that he did
more to build up Canton than any one
man who ever lived in it He was a
'1 lie season has arrived when it is
too hot for hugging.
"r WtMlow'l Nonfiling Nyrnp
For rhlMrrri towtlllng.softens thefums.reduceo Inflam
Mluil.sllsjrspaln, uur wUd ooliu. Si csnua bottle,
What a terrible time people do have,
I trying to have a good time.
There is nothing going on now ex-
cept rain and war talk and no one
ever before saw the like of either.
[ Don't forget that when you confide
: In a married woman you are probably
| confiding in her husband also
I rovidence takes care of some fools
py giving them wives to look after
I believe mv prompt use of Piso's Cure
prevented quick consumption.—Mrs. I.n-
cy Wallace, Marquette, Kans., Dec. 12,'9o.
. ^hen a man inherits dishonesty that
is about the only tiling he honestly ac-
When an only son comes down town
earlier than ten in the morning, lie
looks as though he hadn't had liis sleep
A bath with COSMO HI' I TERM II K
fcOAl, exquisitely scented.is soothing and
beneficial, bold everywhere.
I here s a limit to the beauty a wom-
an may acquire but homeliness is un-
Three Women Relieved of Female
Troubles by Mrs. Pliikham.
On* Dollar Down aud On* Dollar In In-
•tnlluirnU Buy It.
Evary person that can read should
: own a dictionary. Every one that owns
t dictionary should own the very best •
[ dictionary. I'ntil Quite recently there
j had been a very wide divergence of
opinion as to the best dictionary. Wo
believe that the advent of the Standard
Dictionary settles the question for a
century to come, at least. Its claims to
superiority over other lexicographical
and philological works may be briefly
summed up as follows: (1) It Is simple
In its explanations and is not burdened
with encyclopedic information. (2) It
defines the word first and then gives
the derivation. (3) It gives the com-
mon meaning first and follows with the
historical order, according to usage at
other periods. (4) It locates the au- I
thority on which Judgment is based.
(D) Disputed pronunciations and spell-
ings are settled beyond doubt. (6) It
contains Illustrations to enable the stu-
dent to gain a clearer knowledge of the
words. (7) It reduces the compounding (
system common to other dictionaries.
(8) Obsolete words are omitted, except
In rare instances. (9) It groups handi-
craft and terms under one heading. (10)
It gives antonyms as well as synonyms.
(11) It capitalizes proper names or
proper terms only. (12) It contains over
800,000 words—more than any other
As a whole the Standard Dictionary
Is a colossal triumph of the best schol-
arship of our times. Its editors include
( many of the most learned men of the
I century. The cost of producing such
a work must necessarily ruu up into
If one fcopy only had been printed and
■old, and at a small profit, the publish-
ers would have to charge at least $2,-
000,000 for it. Yet all this valuable
Information has been placed easily
within reach of the most humble.
For $1 down and $1 per month. For
particulars see advertisement in this
As soon as a couple's love affair ends
in marriage, the people look around
for aorne one else to lau;rh at.
*etul a boy on an errand and before
he reaches his destination he is acconv
panied by four other boys.
reeds coaxing, not crowding. Dr. Aycrt Pilla stand with-
cut a rival as a reliable medicine for liver complaint. Thev
cure constipation, and they cure its consequences, piles
biliousness, indigestion, sick headache, nausea, coated tonpue'
foul breath, bad taste, palpitation, nervousness, irrita-
bility, and many other maladies that have their root in
constipation They are a specific for all diseases of the
sound heaUh ' ^ lb° bo<ly in a conditio of
"I have used Ayer's Pills for the r 't thirty ream r.nd
ennnder them an invaluable family medicine. I know of no
better remedy for liver troubles, and Uve alvrav, found
them a prompt cure for dyspepsia."—Jamu> (juinn, imj Middle
Mreet, ilsrtlord, Conn.
When a man is up late at night he
should be piven only half his regular j
wages for the next day's work.
hvery time a man does anything he !
shouldn't he makes up his mind that
when other men do wrong he will not
be the one to talk about it.
Ill If a ~n I I I. .
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tuns C1UMS MI COTS STIFF AM ItlCI
■ u wmh fiust b3udht hew.
CNt POUNO cr THIS STARCH Will GO
AS FAR AS A POUND AND A NAi.f
OF AN* OTMfN STARCH. |
mW4UTACT .HI0 o*Ly ty
^J.C.HUBINGER BROS'C? J
V KlokokIowa NtVrHAVtLW
has many imitators, but no equal.
This Starch IS"?,.™
j pics, by men who have had years of
experience in fancy laundering. It
restores old linen and summer dresses
to their natural whiteness and imparts
a beautiful and lasting finish. The
only starch that is perfectly harmless.
Contains no arsenic, alum or other in-
jurious substance. Can be used even
for a baby powder.
ask your grocer for it and take mo other.
From Mrs. A. \V. Smith, 59 Summer
St., Biddeford, Me.:
" For several years I suffered with
rarious diseases peculiar to my sex.
W as troubled with a burning sensation
across the small of my back, that all-
gone feeling, was despondent, fretful
und discouraged; the least exertion
tired me. I tried several doctors but
received little benefit. At last I de-
cided to give your Lydia E. Pinkham s
Vegetable Compound a trial. The ef-
fect of the first bottle was magical.
Those symptoms of weakness that I
was afflicted with, vanished like vapor
before the sun. I cannot speak too
highly of your valuable remedy. It is
truly a boon to woman."
Michigan at Detroit, and in 1874 was
assigned to the Monongahela. He was
promoted to a commandership in 18S2,
and in July of last year, after having
meanwhile won a captaincy, he was
given command of the Olympla, with
the Asiatic squadron.
A MICHTY FORCE.
From Mrs. Melissa Phillips, Lex-
, lngton, Ind., to Mrs. Pinkham:
"Before 1 began takingyour medicine
I had suffered for two years with that
tired feeling, headache, backache, noap-
petite, and a run-down condition of the
iSVstem. I could not walk across the
room. I have taken four bottles of the
Vegetable Compound, one box of Liver
Pills and used one package of Sanative
Wash, andnowfeel like a newwoman,
and am able to do my work."
From Mrs. Mollis e. Heishel, Pow-
eli Station, Tenn.:
"For three years I suffered with such a
weakness of the back, I could not
perform my household duties. I also
had falling of the womb, terrible bear-
ing-down pains and headache. I have
taken two bottles of Lydia E. Pink-
hams Vegetable Compound and feel
like a new woman. • I rceommend your
medicine to every woman I know." '
TIE BEST F0H
With Volunteer, and RcC„lar Our Am,,
n Ulgger Than Great llrltain',.
With the 125,000 volunteers and the
61,000 regulars, according to the terms
of the army reorganization bill, the
United States has armed and equipped
a larger army than Great Britain by
30,000. England's active army is less
than 160,000 strong. America's posi-
tion among the powers of the earth
when she has finished with Spain will
he similar to her fine state at the close
o the civil war, and for several years
■ iter. Any European power or powers
who want to Intervene with the idea of
putting pressure upon the United States
In this little difficulty with Spain would
etter do so before this war is over.
Afterward we will be in the pink of
condition to take care of old world
With the regular establishment re-
cruited up to tho full of its newly au-
thorized strength and with the volun-
teers In the field the combined army
larger by 3,000 than the total volun-
teers and militia in service July 1,
1861, two months and a half after
Sumter surrendered. It is almost as
large as the army of the Potomac In the
spring of 1862, when McClellan began
the Peninsular campaign.
When the civil war opened the reg-
ular army was 14,000 strong. At no
t me In the war did its strength ex-
Divided according to the arms of the
service, the volunteers will make a
splendid army of 113,000 infantrymen,
a brigade of 5.800 cavalrymen, and an-
other of 8,300 light artillerymen. And
another of 4,000 heavy artillerymen. In
the regulars over half of the 61,000
are Infantry, so of foot soldiers we
have altogether nearly 150,000. This
i almost as many n« the total number
of Boldiers who fought on both sides of
the three-day battle of Gettysburg. If
we should have to put another army in
the field, Spain, by studying our his-
tory a little, may be sure that we can
do it quickly. After the disasters on
the Peninsula of 1862 over 80,000 troops
were enlisted, organized, armed, equip-
ped aj-4 '«nt trt- the l ld <n less than
Democrat of the Democrats, and dur-
ing the civil war was so outspoken in
the statement of his beliefs and in
criticism of the conduct of the war
that he made on an average from ten
to fifteen good active enemies a day.
For them he appears to have cared
nothing at all and went on his merry
and brainy way as If he had the legions
of the south at his back. All of this
inimical feeling passed away before
from factoryto user.direct
one el be has true moral courage. ■ — make fine sunw* Rti*<>i«. m—. ... .— " •
One day you hear that a woman is
seriously ill and may never recover
and the next day you see her down
town fussing with the dry goods clerks.
Oo.Vt Tobacco *ptt mid moke Your Life Away.
" o quit tobacco easily and forever, be inaqr-
ciw of l}te' nPrve a,1<1 vigor, take No-To-
liac. the wonder-worker, that makes weak nu n
■trong. All druggistH.ftiic.orJl. Cure guaran-
teed. Dookli't and sample frpr. Add test
btcrlinif Kerne lv <v . f*hWaairo or New York.
When the heart is sorrow-burdened
sympathy is more appreciated.
For a perfect complexion and n clear
healthy skin, use COSMO JJU1TEHM1LK
SOAI*. Bold everywhere.
It is safe to say that you don't know
the names of half the people you know.
C<lnrat« Vonr Kernel. With Canonrel.
Cathartic, cure constipation forever.
10c. Lie. It c. C. fall, druggists refund money
It b difficult for some men to mean
what they say.
••■bject O," m"" ">wh'r'
well. All at WYll am m i,nirt "" "
KmvAKii'iv' VW'M'""• i'SK" "w',uu ,r*
" ' " " caiuua.,1. < ,!„ oosufe.V. INDIANA.
"THERE IS SCIENCE IN NEATNESS."
BE WISE AND USE
There has Just been erected In the
Mount Clare shops of the Baltimore
and Ohio Railroad at Baltimore a new
high pressure steam boiler for the pur-
pose of testing locomotive boilers un-
der steam pressure. Heretofore a lo-
comotive had to be hauled to the out-
Blde of the shop, fire built in the fire-
box and steam gotten up in order to
make a test, this method consuming
much valuable time. Under the new
arrangement all this Is done while the
engine Is standing in the shop, a sys-
tem of ste«m pipes having been ar-
ranged so that the engines on any
track in the erecting shop can be test-
ed without being removed.
Woman's chief aim seems to be at a
target callcd man.
ron riNf t>uxo*r mow
Requires No (oomnc
LAUNDRY WORK MADE EASY
• KEITH'S ENAMEL STARCH,
It puts on that enamel. Rlox.y that is so desira
hie. It ma.ces Shirts, Shirt Waists, Collars and Cuffr
look like new. Keith's Enamel Starch is tue mos
economical starch made. It will do more work, do It
with less labor and do it better than any other starch
If it does not give you entire satisfaction T„„r Kroe.e
w U refund your money. I-arire paekaBe. lOeentm ■mall
package, 5 cent.. If your grocer does not hava it, please
r,®w 1 '' ai,dress and we will send you an
Manufactured by KECE1PT "°°K iot ?our
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Shake Into lour Shoe.,
Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder for the
feet. It cures painful, swollen smart-
ing feet and instantly lakes the sting
out of corns and bunions. It's the
greatest comfort discovery of the are.
Aliens Foot-Ease makes tight-flttiri"
or new shoes feel easy. It is a certain
cure for sweating, callous and hot
t.ied, nervous, aching; feet. Trv It to-
day. Sold by all druggist* and shoe
stores. By mail for ^5c in .tampV
l n\ PREE- Address, Alien
6. Olmated, Le Roy. n. V.
is the busy woman's
his death, and he went to his rest uni-
A Peculiar Problem.
The Longbow gives some amusing
Pieces of Lewis Carroll's humor from
the forgotten pages of Oxford pamph-
1' . DunnS the election at Oxford in
1865 he gave vent to the following Eu-
clidean definition: "Plain superficiali-
ty Is the character of a speech in
which, any two points being taken,
the speaker is found to lie wholly with
regard to those two points." a note
is also given on the right appreciation
of examiners: "A takes in ten books
and gets a third class, B takes in the
examiners and gets a second. Find th<
value of the examiners In terms r,f
books; also their value In terms when
no examination is held."
If von want to make your white,
dresses, skirts, shirt waists/collars and
cuffs look white and glossy ask your
grocer for Keith's Enamel Starch, and
take no other. Insist on getting the
If your grocer does not handle It send
his name and address to Keith Enamel
Starch Co.. Chicago, III., and get book
Of recipes for fine laundry work for
F.i I In re*.
A man marries a lovely creature !„.
te satin and then lives with a wo-
man who wears Mother Hubbards and
dr s*!n" w k"—Atchison Globe.
Kin are never satisfied with the way
you conduct your affairs.
A lie of any kind is now called a
"yellow" in polite circles.
Some people never feel just right in
the spring until they have undergone
medical treatment; others until they
have been fishing.
Snakes and slanderers
things to avoid.
" ill soon be here. Thev are the
pleasant est and they come at a time
when the system craves for a change
In manner of living, A pleasant place
for a few day. outing is Island Park
W infield, Kans.
The Winfield Chautauqua Assembly
, meets there June
H 23, 1638, and the Santa Fe sells
Round-Trip Tickets at
Dates of sale are: June 13-13, from
points in Kansas and Oklahoma from
which one way rate is St.50 or leas;
Juno 13-19 from points in Kansas and
Oklahoma from which one way rate is
• <.00 or less. Address nearest Santa
Fe agent or
VV. J, black, g. p. a.,
'ARCOtt ra ■*- ... . .
of 21 Years
Columbia Cham ffbu.'i,
Tadetw B.cjsjm, - (40 and 35
Miihtnea and rrtcea
When a woman calls her husband a
fool he wonders if he is a fool because
he is her husband or her husband
cause he is a fool.
vsaoi maah mojstzitco
A clarionet player always seem, to ^ ^ ^ """
PATENTS, TRADE MARKS
Clanon.t player, particularly if he Llc... tu
standi up and play, solo., ",T
S JIifl STEAM LAUNDRY
BEST work at LOWEST rate«.
tW~ Agents wanted. Write u>.
Aak your aeaier lor
Ash Grove Lime .The Best on Earth.
AGENTS WANTED In erwy town for (fee bMl
MUCII I O ielllDg w r *nd Houaohold Sd.cUjuj?
It will pa7 you to wrlto ua. o*ja*B u%. c«., taieee*. Bu.
(Thompson's Ey« Water
If afflicted with
•or« eyes, us«
Doet Cou«h t?yrup. Tul
In timn. 8o|<j l
W. N.U.—WICHITA.—NO. 24-.-I898
tSia Answering Ailurtiscmeots KUdly
Ncctioo This Taper.
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