The Peoples Voice (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 18, Ed. 1 Friday, November 10, 1905 Page: 3 of 8
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A TRULY IDEAL WIFE THE PEOPLE'S VOICE
HER HUSBAND'S BEST HELPER
Vigorous Health In the Great Source et
the Power to Inspire and Enoonrag*
-All Women Should Seek: It.
One of the most noted, successful and
richest men of this century, in a recent
article, lias said, " Whatever I am and
whatever success 1 have attained 5n
this world I owe all to my wife. ]<'rom
tht day I first knew Her she has been
an inspiration, and the greatest help-
mate of my life.''
To be such a successful wife, to re-
tain the love and admiration of her
hnsbaud, to inspire him to make the
most of himself, should be a woman's
constant stud v.
If a woman finds that her energies
are flagging, that she gets easily tired,
dark shadows appear under her eyes,
she ha,s backache, headaches, bearing-
down pains, nervousness, whites, irreg-
ularities or the blues, she should start
at once to build up her system by a
foriic with specific powers, such as
Iwydia E, Pink ham's Vegetable Com
Following we publish by request a
tetter from a young wife:
Bear Mrs, Pinktiani:
" Ever since my child was born 1 hav<. suf
fen • i - I hop* few women ever have, within
flammatiou, 1- iiBilfi weakness. l>earing-d own
Mains, backache and wn-tehed heada^ hes. It
affected iny stomach I could not enjoy m>
meals, aniHiaif my time was spent in bed.
NOTES OF TWO TERRITORIES.
A commercial club has been organ-
ized at Pawhuska.
A brass band of fifty pieces has
Just been organized at Milburn.
A Hobekah lodge has recently been
instituted at Tulsa. The new lodge
starts off with about fifty members.
Frisco detectives are investigating
car robberies at Afton, and have made
The receipts ot the Oklahoma City
postoffice for the leu months ending
October 31st have been $87,608.
The El Reno gas and electric com-
panies, which have been separate
heretofore, have now combined as one
M. E. Earl of Chicago has been se-
eled is Muskogee's city engineer.
•' Lydia E. Pinkham s \ egi
made me a well woman, and I feel so grateful
that I am glad to w rite and t«l! \ o1! of my
marvelou* recovery. It brought me health,
new life and vitality Mrs.. Bessie Ainslev,
fijl South iOth Street, Taeouia, Wash.
What J.ydi i E. Pink ham's Vegetable
Compound did for Mr- Ainsley it will
do for every sVk and aiiing woman
If you have symptoms you don't un- j an" a "a" "°"ar
derstand writ< to Mrs Pinbham at
liynn, Mass. Her advice is free and
The Shawnee Herald claims that
the cotton crop of Pottawatomie
county this year will be such that ten
per cent more money will be realized
from this season's crop than that or
The Midland Mill and Elevator com-
pany will at once erect a large ele-
vator at Bixby.
Mamie Sullivan, a Cherokee girl at
Tulsa, has made application to sell
ten acres of her allotment near that
towii. She has lc■> it offet d $10,000
for the tract.
Two Oklahoma City banks tho
State National and Commercial Na-
tionals—consolidated last week. The
individual responsibility of the new
consolidation is placed at a
Around the World
"I have u«ed your Fifth
Brand Slicker* for year*
In the Hawaiian Inlands
and found them the only
Article that suited. I arb
now in thla country
(Africa1 and think a great
deal of your coats."
(name os application)
JlkHESTWlRD Willis \ \IK. 1901
The world'w ide reputa-
tion of Tower'.'* ^ater-
proof Oiled Clothing
lion of Tower'.* Water-
proof Oiled Clothing
Assures the buyer of t
the positive worth of f
all garments hearing Af..
this Sign oi the Fish. HW
A. J. TOWER CO., Boston, U. S. A.
TG'.VEK CANADIAN CO., LIMITED,
855 Toronto, Csnada.
Monday, November 13, lias been se-
i lected as the date for the laying of
the cornerstone of the new university
i preparatory building at Tonkawa, Cov-
entor KVi;;uson and a large number
j of well known men from all over the
i territory will be in attendance.
Lindsay's school beard expects to
let the contract this week for the con-
struction of a $10,000 school building.
More than three hundred pupils are
now Enrolled, and the school facilities
are far too small to accommodate 1
MISSISSIPPI CHOCTAW ROLLS
Payment of $40 Per Capita When
They Are Completed
Dana H. Kelsey, Indian agent, has
commenced work on a roll of .Mis
slaslppl Choctaw* In the Choctaw na-
tion for the purpose of making to
them the payment of $ 10 per capita
to which they are entitled, anil In |
which the regular Choetaws and
Chickasaws participated last year.
This payment represents rnonej re-
ceived from the sale ol' town lots in
government townsites. There are
10,200 Mississippi Clioctaws on tho
rolls, and it will take about a week
to complete tho rolls, after which
they will bo forwarded to Washington
for approval. Most of the Missis-
sippi Choetaws live . ast of Durant,
and payments will he made in the
towns most convenient to them. The
time and places of the payments have
not yet been designated.
Hie Idea of Tourists.
Burton Holmes, the famous traveler,
tells of an amusing incident that oc-
curred during a recent trip through
the Yellowstone park. It shows that
the Inhabitants of interesting plaies
are apt to make a distinction between
tourists and people who are traveling
"We were riding leisurely along the
big, fine government, road," said Mr.
| Holmes, "when at a sharp turn we met
One of these •inhabitants' coming to-
ward its on rnuleba<We stopped
Slid plied him with questions about
the park for almost an hour, and a a
we turned to go he aid: EI' I ain't
loo iuijuis'tive, be you fellers goin'
somewhat' or air you jest a-lravelin'?"
Ask Your Neighbors.
Gelatt, Pa., Nov. 6th (Special)— j
Mrs. H. W. Sterns, a well respected
resident of Gelatt, tells in convincing >
words, what Dodd's Kidney Pills have
done for her. She says:
"I was a great sufferer from Ktteu-
matlsm, caused through my Kidneys
being out of order. I was subject to
it for years. It would take lue with-
out warning, and while lite attack !
lasted 1 was so lauio I could not get
around. So 1 had to send for Dodd's
Kidney Pills. I took ;hem for three
days, but didn't feel much benefit, but
on the fourth da> I noticed a great
change, the lameness in my back was
gone, and the pains I used to suffer
were less. I kept on with Dodd's Kid-
ney Pills and now 1 am glad to say
I have no lameness nor pain of any
kind. I feel as If I didn't knov. what
Rheumatism was. 1 shall never he
without Dodd's Kidney Pills in the
house, and I bless the day I first heard
de tho i
Good Teeth fa Good Temper
Are characteristic of the
Atkins Saws always.r
That is because they arc
made of the best steel in the
world — Silver Steel — by
men that know how.
Atkina Corn K. «, l'erfcction Fle«fc
81ripen, etc., sre *old l v all good hardware
dealer*. C atalogue on request.
C. C. ATKINS OX CO. Inc.
Largest Saw Manufacturers in tbe World
Factory end Executive Offices, Indianapolis
Branches—New York, Chicago, Minneapolis
Portland (Osrgon), Sea'tfe, San Francisco
Memphis, AtMntssod Toronto (C snsds)
T Accept ro substitute —insist on the Atklni Brard
vljae.v m vj> v.n*w vao/uuuwvmvmvmvmwmv ' •v'"1 v • " s—
The German aliinus that every
daughter of Eve would rather be beau-
tiful than good.
U8K Till! FAMOl'B
ttort <>pss Ball Hlur F.nryr 2-oz. ]>.i<v ; • a
NJbls. The iiu-,- Company. South ii1; ! inu.
I )■ at n
Life has less
but. it is not so r
Attorney General Simons of Okla-
| homa has gono to Chicago to secure
I evidence in the ease of Dr. C. I). Util-
ity, who is defendant In a ease
| brought. 1>\ the territory to make him
i relinquish his license to practice
j medicine, it is alleged that I>r. Gul-
| lej is a graduate of a mill medical
Negro women at Oklahoma City nrr
i giving the local police no end of worrl-
! meet. Hardly a night passes that
some one does not, report having been
I held up or "rolled" by negro women.
This appears to be u mode of high-
! waj robbery that is hard to break up.
j A. number of arrests have been made,
but nor 'Hough evidence has as yet
j hcer. found against any of (hem.
Atva in the midst of a big relig-
ious revival. Great interest is being
manifested by Uie citizens, and mer-
chants are closing their stores at an
early hour to help swell the atten-
dant'! A. carnival was to have held
forth for a-week in the town, but after
seeing the great interest being taken
in the revival, refused to compete with
lie board of regents of the Agri-
cultural ,ind Mechanic*] college at
Stillwater has awarded tho contract
for the construction of the new build-
ing—Morrill hall—to A. O. Campbell
of Oklahoma City, for $02,800.
S. M Cunningham, county attorney
of comanche county, lias, during his
three years of service In that capacity,
prosecuted eighteen men upon tlie
rhnrge of murder.
If you don't get the biggest and best
It's your own fault. Defiance Starch
Is for sale e verywhere and there in
npsitively nothing: to enual it In qual-
ity or Quantity.
Vs soon as Haney was lush
eage the man whose door was open
i iishcd out. Ho opened the doors to j
'he other cells and the men over- !
] powered Raney, took possession of ihc
Ueys and walked out a1 their leisure.
Cures Rheumatism and Catarrh—Med-
icine Sent Free.
These two diseases are the result of
an awful poisoned condition ot the
blood. If you have aching joints and
back, shoulder blades, bono pains,
crippled hands, legs or feet, swollen
muscles, shifting, sharp, biting pains,
ond that tired, discouraged feeling of
rheumatism, m1 the hawking, spK.iug,
blurred eyesight, deafnens, si. I, m-
ach, headache, noises in the head, mu- !
cous throat, discharges, decaying
teeth, bad breath, belching gas of ca-
tarrh, take Hotanle Blood Halm (,B.
B. B.). It kills tho poison in the blood
which causes these awful symptoms, |
giving a pure, healthy blood supply to
the joints and mucous membrane^,
and makes a perfect cure of the worst
rheumatism or foulest catarrh. Cures
where all else fails. Blood ltalra IB.
B. B.) is composed of pure Botanic in-
gredients, good for weak kidneys. Im-
proves the digestion, cures dyspepsia.
A perfect tonic for old folks by giv-
ing them new, ric h, pure blood. Thor-
oughly tested for thirty years. Drug-
gists, $1 per large bottle, with com-
plete directions for home .■ ui . Sam-
ple free and prepaid by writing Klood
Balm Co., Atlanta. Ga. Describ' trou-
ble and special free medical advice
sent in sealed letter.
Tho Corslcan says: Just as a
good and bad horse both need tlio
spur, a good and a bad woman both
need the stick."
UNCLE SAM—"A Remedy That Mas
Such Endorsements Shoufd
Be In Every Home."
Election Returns That Interest All Parties.
are a necessity to every
Farmer & Stockraiser.
Sloan's Treatise on the Horse,
and Sloan's Advice on the
Care of Horses. Cattle, Hogs and
Poultry. Send your address to ,
OR. EARL S. SLOAN. 615 ALBANY STREET. BOSTON, MASS
A WEBSTER POCKET DICTIONARY
FRXE "WITH EVERY PA?fc,
FROM SIZE ELEVEN. UP
Made Especially for the Busy You
Ones. It has
STRENGTH. STYLE AND COMFORT
DOWN TO A CERTAINTY. IT IS
FOR THE BOYS AND CIRLS.
it's a GLOVER BRAND SHOE.
AsK Your Dealer.
■■ALWAYS JUST COFfrtCCT.
iflrrt!irtmpr-8>nnul0 *Htnr (Un.
LARGC9T TINE SMOS t.CLUS VISTS
ST. LOUIS U S A.
nil rc NO MONEY TILL CURED Ut BuiWinji F'BQTIll A
PILt-O UB C H AS. P. VICrVEBS Olifcoma C;l>, OUa r Q I
s $ s
.,i.i 11K A l CO. Head
l-.ittte, Lotus. ^ '
i andf 'iiuh I'm
, iih'o. OiUri - (1 ll' llly . 1 Cuds
r A 1 RANCHING
:rc!. NoHtnor nerx>i vn^fifH'
_ of pr.KHufl'ftOreal NerreRontoi
er. smo I for FIJI F '. .< 0 irlnl hoftU* If • 1 *
UK.lt. II. KLIKC. 1 in i AiviiHtreet. l'hlla'kli'liia l'
Decision in Cotton
three ^rcat pursuits
hav J /siin shown
u'onck'rft.l results od ,
SAILS 4ND lUNK IIXTlRtS
We buy, sell iu,<l 'xcbanKe nev and
seoonil hand -a't s and hank 'Ixl urt -
Write uk for catalognu and prices.
Haft'4 sold on mmall monlhly Pjl
mmt#. Don't pay big prices for safes.
Write ui today.
F.l. Conger Safe < o., Oklahoma t its
tV/NIKI> rojt HTilM A11U1; b!e
iiBToarriwl between of 21 I'liit cili/eu.
«f United St«tw, ol K"io«t thnraoter end temperate
i Wt., wlio can epebk, rend «u,l write Engli.b tot
tBlormelton «ppl} i JleoriiltinB Officer Poet-
Dftbse Building Okleljoma, Outlirie gkewee.
jr.eld. O. X., «r To'ee, I. T.
kogep expentled Jhs.on for
Itavlnp in ton motitlis. The
is being flVine with brick, anil
I'Otici tn Is fnniishliit; the in;i-
Sliawm * will have a now opii a
honsi AI loaHt that is the purpose
of a lompiiiij iRcontly ohartered tin-
rb r • $2ri.0"rt capital stock.
E. B. Allison, once a leading mer-
chant at Stonewall, nt Ills death,
whli-l: occurred in r. \as scvi ial days
ape. bequeathed his fortune of nearly
$20,0(n"t 'o the Masonic Orphan's home,
to t. built in Indian Territory. The
fund for building the home now
siropur.tfj to about |7<i,0tl0.
Tho Sjianish rhyme has it; "W'i rc a ■
woman as little as she Is good, a pea- ;
pod would make her a gown and a !
Important to Mothers.
Kxamino carefully crery bottle of CASTORIA, j
a nafo aud sure remedy for infante and children, 1
and seo tbat it
lu Ubo for Over HO Vcars.
The Kind You llavo Always UoujUt.
There could b'd no life in Its truest
significance without death.
Taylor's Chorokcc Remedy of Sweet Gum
Coughs, Colds, Croup and t 'onsmnption,
and all throat and lung troubles. At drug-
gists, 50c. aud ll.UO per botJle.
Some churches Uiat claim to b1
working for muu -a* only workint:
FREE HOMESTEAD LANDS
OF WESTERN CANADA.
Mmmiflcentelimute iaruiorsplowingin tlwir
.shir! :''orcsln tho mid^ii'- of Xov< mber.
"All aro bound to be !u r- tb: n pU ased «itl) i
tbc tlnal result!Ot tbe past SI ..-on's harvest."-
Coal, wood, water, bay >, ab nalanrc—schools
churclK-s, markets convenient.
This Is the era of $1.00 w!.. it.
Apply for ifonnu'Jna to SuiwrlnMndeut ol
luiinigrntion, Ol awn 1 a . r tt". authorized
Canadian .:ov u na i.t A . t-J. S Crawford,
No. 125 W. Ninth Street, Kansas City,Missouri.
(Mention thl« paper.)
i , r iur« hti inly i ouo 'o —i*me price ood
'DEFIANCE ' IS SUPERIOR QUALITY.
W.N.U.—Oklahoma C«ty—No. 45, 1905. !flou fovi.
Cotton will be moving rapid-
ly from now on, and you will
have to decide quickly what t'
do with each lot, according to
the i irenmstances of the
Our services and oui facil-
ities are ;it your command, and
you will make no mistake by
shipping to us.
Wm. [>. Cleveland & Sons,.
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