The Prague Patriot. (Prague, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 26, 1905 Page: 2 of 8
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Analysis of Medlclncs Open to All.
"There is no public demand and
there 13 not the slightest public nec-
essity for a law compelling iho publi-
cation of the formula of proprietary
medicines," rays the Committee ou
legislation of the Proprietary Asso
ciatton. "Every Health Commissioner
and every l'uro Food Commissioner
in the country, as well as every prl-
vato physician or chemist, if he
pleases, lias the riuht to malu- an
analysis of any proprietary lnedieinn
and to publish the result and to tea
the public what lie thinks, and there
is nothing in the world to prevent
such action. Hut that is not what the
agitators for such legislation want.
Their object is to destroy 'J:e sale of
such remedies entirely."
■ , - %'
■sometimes to find
v erase orohnrdiBt
Concrete t'es for railroads
have been tried on the Lake
line have proven a failure.
tTSE this i-wntnrs
n> >1 Cros- llall Him Liiiv s-nz. pai'lawf B
VTu1.1 Tlii' litiss tCompany. tli t.'-iul, lua.
The government h
making of 2<t0.00i> tires
delpbia for the army.
s ordered the
coals at Phila-
Tiied, Nezvous Mothers
MaKe Unhappy Homes—Their Condition Irritates
Both Husband and Children-How Thousands
of Mothers Have Been Saved From Nervous
Prostration and Made Strong' and Weil.
A BASE SLANDER REFUTED
Southerners "Fill 'Em Up" Because
Their Gla&ses Are Small
"You all up north here have an
idea that we till down south 'IrinU a
whole lot or whisky, but we don't,' '
r marked a lieorgiim in a Hroutlwey
cafe the other day. "I'll admit that
when I'm in Now York 1 drink nioro
than 1 do in Atlanta, but that's be
cause of the hizc of the glasses the.-
give you to drink from. With us the
glasses are about half the size of the
ones you get here, and we pour them
nearly full From force of habit 1
fill a Now York glass
take a drink; consti-
1 drink twice as much
I am si: i
v lifo tli
every time 1
do at hoiue." Ne.v York Sun.
Test Its Value.
Simmons' Liver i'urllier Is the
most valuable remedy I ever tried for
constipation aud disordered Liver. It
does its work thoroughly, but does
not gripe like most remedies of its
character. I certainly recommend it
whenever the opportunity occurs.
\V. M. Tomllnson,
MAKING RUBIES FOR A DIME
Perfect Gems Turned Out by Two
In a little dark basement at the cor- .
nor of Fifth avenue and Jackson
strei t, two l"'reiioh eliemi. 's. with the
assistance < f l)r. Horace Ilyers, pro-
t'< ssor of chemistry at Hie :• ate unl
vorslty. air tiirnine; out rubies which
are pronounced as good as are Ue-
veloped in liainre's laboratory, and
at a pric.e averaging ten cents e ach.
The experiments have been con
ducted for several week and every
effort has been made to keep the
Some of the gems turned out lan
been examined at the university, and
declared to lie genuine.
Tho place or manufacture is fitted
up with modern appliances for cliem
Until a week tVRO the chemists
wi re able to prodme a getri perfect
in every respect, except that it lacked
the color of the genuine. It was at
Hiis point that lir. Myers was called
Ilo took the stone to the university
In ho rat ry and there modi' an analysis
and discovered the defect. The in
formation was given to the French-
men and a perfect stone was the re
suit. Seattle Times.
The coffee crop of Brac.il this year
will be 1,201),000 Iiih.s of 13". pound -
Leaves When Yru Quit and Use Pos-
A lady who unconsciously (1 rifted
into nervous prostration brought on by
"I have been n coffee drinker all
my life, and used It regularly, thres
times a day.
"A year or two ago 1 became sub-
ject to nervous neuralgia, attacks of
nervous headacho and general ner-
vous prostration which rot only In-
capacitated me for doing rc.y house-
work, but frequently mad< it neces-
sary for me to remain in a dark room
for two or three da>> at a time.
"i employed several g >d doctors,
one after the other, but none of them
was able to give me permanent relief.
"Kigiit months jim s ff cod buji
Rested tfcat perhaps coffee was the
cause of mj troubles and that 1 try
Postum Food Coffee and give up the
old kind. 1 am glad I took her advice, i
for my health has been entirely re-
stored. I hr.ve no n ore neuralgia, nor
have 1 had ore solitary headache in
all these tight months No more of
my days aic willed In solitary con-
finement in a dark mom. I do all my
own work tviih ease. 1 he flesh that
I lost durlrg the years of my nervous
prostration has come back to mo
during these months, and I am once
more a happ . healthy woman l en-
close a list of names of friends who
can vouch for the truth of the state-
ment." Name given by Postum * o.(
Untile Creek. Mich.
There's a reason.
Ten days' trlat leaving off eoffeo
and uslr.s Postum Is sufficient All
li is astonishii
i'.ow little tho
thinks til ilo act mil problems at Issue
with pruning of his trees. An import-
ant' effect of pruning is lo increase
\ igor. Pruning is ah o practiced to
pro.luco larger and better fruits and
(lowt r.s; to keep tho plant within man-
ageable limits; to remove superfluous
ur injurious parts; to facilitate spray-
in• . tillage and harvesting; to train
the plant to some desired form.
i no of the noticeable effects of
■ ere pruning and tho consequent
'i iuri,"ii equilibrium of tho plant
is the formation of water sprouts. The
nppt c.rai'oe of the water sprouts seems
in he influenced more by the vigor of
'he plant anil the amount tpruning
than by the season of the ye&r in
which Iho pruning is done. It is proli-
• hie, however, that fewer water
prouts will arise if pruning is done
ifter midsummer, since at that time
tho growth of the season is completed.
In any ease wale.- sprouts may be re- !
aide I its weeds in the tree top anil :
hould he treated as such. The tend- j w,
:>••>• of plan i; :o \'xo\ from the)i]i- ,
per most buds. By pruning In one way
. his tendency is augmented, in another
it. is checked.
As a rule, in dealing with fruit trees,
the latter end Is desired, since the
principle that checking growth induces
fruit fullness is universally recog-
nised. The heading in of young
•nowlhs tends to d< relop lateral and
■ ' mant. buds or to thicken the top
.^ii that the question of heading re-
olves i' elf into a question of per- j
sonal ideals; to secure a thick topped | Exa-tn
tree it i« necesstiiy. it iias, However,
the further very marked advantage of
Inducing the development of fruit buds
near the borjy of the tree rather than
iar out on the irabs. Tills in ase
of plums and tender wooded , anis
is an Important consideratloii.- Prof
' \V. M. Munson.
ndveitiseiu- nt in tills papei
him to-day for free booklet
Diamond drills have lion
tin earth in India 2,000 feet
ject is to strike coal.
Urn. Wlimlon'H Root hi rig Syrup.
K"i • !i!idr" li t«•«-1 !i 1 •«>-, <if i '. 111• ;. . 11•' , nvlun'* JiV
tliimiuHtloii. allajb pulii t uft s ; 1:f1 col!' . J" cahottlo.
The government of India proposes
I lo expend 150 million dollars in Irri
gation during the neat twenty years.
An observatorv In Peru has made a
perfeci photograph of Fro;', the near
est heavenly body to the sun.
■ ]Msi. se.irc fur Consumption -:iv d
seyour* M*s.Thos. Bobbiks,
rt, Noi'v. i !i. X. v., Feb. IT. tOW.
year the value
in this country
of copper pro-
Jl/lrs Chas. r.'-Brown
JWrs. Chester Curry
: many a wear?
Ill viner to n f.u h:u;>- :' o; sale >
A li:'le Iluir s 1 iglrning Oil poured
upon your Burns. Bruises. Sprains
Cuts, Pains and Aches will enabh
you to reach that harbor of peace and
e'omfort where cont :ita.ei:t is a cei
tainty and happiness a possibility.
The largest smelter ever buiP Is !o
be erected in' California, and is to
hav a capacity of 1,0u0 tons a day.
Important to P/lotli3rj.
" ,-:Ttfnily avery tiottle of C'ASTOHTA,
A nervous, irritable mother, often on
the verge of hysterics, is unfit to care
for children ; it ruins a child'.* disposi-
tion and reacts upon herself. The
trouble between children and their
mothers too often is due lo the fact
that the mother has snmc female weak-
ness, and she is entirel y unfit to bear
Mrs. Chester Curry. Leader of the
Ladies1 Symphony Orchestra, 4" Sara*
toga Street,Kast Boston, Ma*-s., writes;
Dear Mrs. Pinkham:—
j "For eight year- I was troubled witliex-
tivnie nrr\ ■ in si!«- is and h ' i'i'1, brought, mi by
inv ilia"1 ii's. 1 iciiM neiilipr cnioy lifo nor
:.!eep nights; 1 was very irritable, norvou*
the strain upon her nerves that govern-; (tLydin li. Pinkham s Vegetable Compound
ine children involves: it is iinpos. tble wan reeomm- uded and proved to bo the only
for her to do anvthing' calmly. ' rt iii. .Iy that h<-l|rl inc. I have daily
Ulsof u «4brd S ^
upon the nerves, conseciucntl\ nim-j^
tenths of the nervous prostration, ner-
vous despondency, "the blues, ^ sleep-
lessness, and nervous irritability of
women arise from some derangement
of the female organism.
51 rs. Charles 1' Brown. Vice-Presi-
dent of the Mother-.' Club, 'Jl Cedar
Terrace, Hot Springs, Ark., writes:
Dear Mrs. Pinkham:
I driiggrdtln■iiugli ni".n yearsof miserable
Do von experience fits of depression I existence, worn -ut with pain and nervous-
' 1 ■ -- "*1- 1 aess, until it seemed as though I should ny.
r.-nieily for iiifaUs aud cliiltlr'
! ia "Use For Over IIO Yin -e
TUo Kind You lfi.vu Always Uou^ki.
The Pei"ivian government lias or Pf
loreil a twinty four knot battlesh
to be built as soon as possible.
learning to chew
like the Ameri-
Protecting Trees for Winter.
The best way to keep the rabbits
and mice from eating the bark of the
trees in winter is to put something
around the trees that will keep tho
rodents away. I attended a conven-
tion of horticulturists awhile ago and
heard the matter din us?eel. tine apple ; y07c. Hot, Callous. Aching, Sweating Feci
grower showed a shield of laths and ! and Ingrowing Nails. At all Urie gists^and
, . , ...., [ Shoo stores, 35 cents. Accopt no attDsurave.
win that was used in his orcliaul. , s.in,|llc, ni;liU-et FltlilC. Address, AUon S.
Ordinary laths w ere used and common j (Jlu:-<teil, l.cKoy. Y.
wire, which should be copper if it is \ oi,u.n timeTTho"' doetoi-s bled
desired lo have the shields last for ; ,o;. f,ve,.yni!„.g.''
some years. The copper wire will | Uk,v (1() u now? ,
not rust like most of tho common wire
with " restlessness, alternating with
extreme irritability? Are your sp.rits
easily affected, so that one minute you
laugii, and flic next minute you feel
like crying ?
Bo you feel something like a ball ris-
ing' in vour throat and threatening t■'
du ke you; all the sense; perverted,
morbidly sensitive to light and sound :
the ovaries, and especially
bet ween t'ne shoulders; bearing down
pains; nervous dyspepsia, and almost
continually cross and snappy?
If so. your nerves are in a shattered
condition, and you are threatened <v itii
Proof is monumental that nothing in
Ask Vour Dealor for Allen's Foot-Ease.
A powder. It rests the feot. Cures Swollen,
the world is better f
tion than Lydia I'..
I then noticed a M;ii< ment of a woman troa-
bled us I was, and the wiiiiderful results sim
,1 i i\. ti fr. in Lydia K Piiikham's yegetable
Compound, Idecided to try it. Ididso and
at tli ■ end of three mui.ths t wits a different
woman. My nervi usne s w as all gone. I « as
no longer irritable, ai"f my husband fell in
love with me all over again."
Women should remember that Lvdia
F. Piiikham's Vegetable Compound is
the medicine that holds the record for
the greatest number of actual cures of
female ills, and take no substitute.
Free Advice to Women.
Mrs. l'inliliam, Lynn, Mass., invites
a 11 sick women to write to her for ad vice.
Mrs. Pinkhuiu's vast experience with
female troubles enables her to tell
I'inkham s Vege- ; you just
what is best for you, and
table Compound; thousands and thou- ( she will charge you nothing for her
Bands of women testify to tins fact i advice.
Understands a Woman's S!!s.
Ask Rrs. Pinkhara's Advice 4 Woman Best
"t!oe! Don't they
had one to perform an operation on
i me not long ago. and he bled nie for
I almost everything I had, including a
1 ;aviugs account."—Ilallas News.
Any out will understand how to hold
Iho laths together with tho wire.
Fasten the wire to the top of a lath
and then pass it o.er the outside of
one lath and over the inside of the
next lath, then oukh'e again and so
on. The laths should be so near to j
gcther that oven a mouse cannot ge: i
through. The closeness of the laths |
will also prevent the sun shining 011 j
the bark of 'he young trees and thus j
causing what is known as i-unscaid. It 1
will require only a very few laths foi j
each tree. They ;hould be put around j
mo trees while the ground is unfrozen,
no that the ends can be shoved down 1
into the soil. Otherwise the nilee may i , , . .
work under them. Some men protect ! •«-. and 1 had to keep cloilis on It
iheir trees am.lnst. sunseald by tying | day and night There was ...it a elea.
cornstalks about the trunks, but this j spot on her ,aee when I bos-i. uslnj,
em outages .he mice to make a l.oui. j Cntlenra Soap and O ntmc.it and now
under Ike protection of the cornstalks. I it is completely healed, without scar
I do not think it pays to protect trees j or blemish, which Js more than I hail
in that way, unless the tree owner Is
BABY'S AWFUL ECZEMA.
Face Like Raw Besf—Thought She
Would Lone Her Ear—Healed
Without a Blemish—Moth-
er Thanka Cuticura.
"My little girl had eczema very bad
when she was ten months old. I j
thought sl'.o would h" "■ her right car. i
It had turned black, ur. l her face was
like a piece of raw meat, and very
sore. It would bleed when I washed
eertaiu thai ihere are no Held n.lc in
the vicinity; and it is impossible i'oi
most fruit growers lo know tluit.-
Ji ssie Wins hip Clark Co.. Iow a.
State Interest •• Forestry.
There is no doubt that our sUUs
■an well afford to tal e a greater in
terest iu forestry. J. II. llissell of
Michigan, a student of forestry con-
ditions. urges that land laws be so
changed that the state can acquire
all pine stump lands, and that no for-
estry lands shall be .sold except to
actual settlers, lie says that there
are \nst stretches of land 111 Michigan
that the state should rt - laiin and re-
plant. These lands were previously
covered with fore.-'s, were rut over,
and were afterwards burned over.
Without a systematic planting by
: uui. this hind will be ages in r, cloth
Ihg Itself with a tree growth. Tho
..liter heard tin etllelal In Wisconsin
ay that it w.i a practice there among
Ihe lumbermen o ent over a piece ol
land and afterwards refuse to pay
taxes upon it. There were no buyers
for the land when tho tux sales took
place, and so the land would revert lo
he state, where it would remain until
a new growth of sufficient size to he
valuable commercially appeared on it.
Then they would buy it back from
he stale at a 1 ■ -s price than iho taxes
would have been. There seems to be
no reason why the slates should ho
made a parly to this kind of a game.
The development of the dairy cow
is engaging the best thought of our
i Signed! Mrs Ro
St.. Brooklyn, N.
The Biggest Warship
The building of tin new Britis i j
battleship liteailnaughi which is t"
be tilt' most powerful warship ntloat.i
Oetoebr 2 at Ply - j
to lie ready for sea j
will be begun on
mouth, and she is
It U.oM „,..lt-r nn MIMH.I TI « I AliANTFK. nnd If y«,u .,ro....t
50 CETJTS PER BOTTLE.
You will will find a large number of Imltatlop wliieli the nianufuc^
t, ,'rs cittim ore tiie tiure a« "XIDINF- V> c caution you ngninsi
s icli stnfell!ellis, there 1 only one UMHIM- and we are the sole
nniniifiiet.irtirs. These •-iiitatt.is, are merely trying to e.l their cheap
Imitations ob the strength of Osldiue's record.
$|«C0 EN CiOIS?
\VOC08I OI ANAI ISJSwIllbe |>«ld to ant) person
trace e\ \i nit, Str>chnlne, >'.orptinie
Patton-Worsham Drug Co.
DAI-LAS, TEXAS and MEMPHIS, TENN-
l'<i run find «
<tn | oilier poiionou.s or
u m -r §
im M *
I't i ,'sylvanla nailroad eon
i. about or.lerinK 1S.OOO a«l u
T:> GUARANTEED TO CURE
GHil3, m COLD,HEADACHE m LG!A.
10 CUkc THE GRiP
IN ONE DAY
hito HO EQUAL FOR Hf ADAtrtE
} \,m i \ Ul.CirlpIco t i a • r hliti^on i(;uurantrc
i ill (-.r N«.-ir 16.!.< Si IV IT MOX'T CUUE
1*. jJSviiu-r* JJ. Ii.,MunuTjiOturer,Spvi iyfield, Jfiu.
it in another
a in i
of iliis 1
NO MONTY T8LL CURED
1^ a DR">. TtiOW^itOW k MIWOH" ' Q K IT.KA
StHCi tOR rHEC Iliu;. Ti r*Tl3£C«BtCT*l.
l)ij rot5.vfrtm KAMrior Pmonihcht Mem Cuku>
coloniMl • xlntiimon is
,iext vciir n Now Zoalaiul.
Kansas CITY, Mo.(n"Aw« oi«utftr.sr.iotiiajj
HE ATTENDS TO BUSINESS
St Jacobs Oil
who goes straight to wor*
and saves time, money and
gets ou'. of misery quickly.
Price. 25c. «vnd jOi.
by the use of
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES
0n tOc oackjoi' colors all tiben. Th<i( die in colli water better than any other rt e. You can dyo
— - • MONROE DRUG CO.. Unlonvlllo, Missouri.
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