The Prague Patriot. (Prague, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 4, 1906 Page: 5 of 8
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Submarine Boat Experiment.
The greatest depth to which a sub-
marine boat is known to have de-
scended. under full control and with-
out injury, Is 138 feet. That record
was made Iu experiments lu Europe,
liy & vessel designed by the Ameri-
can inventor. Simon Lake.
Of all troubles humanity Is subject !
to none perhaps cause more acute dis- |
tress and more frantic efforts for re-
lief than many forms of itching skin
troubles. We will tell you a remedy
that rarely ever fails—Hunt's Cure. '
One box only is absolutely guaranteed j
to cure any one case of itching trouble j
—no matter the name. If it fails,
your money is cheerfully refunded.
"Did you know Joe White?"
"What kind ot fellow is He?"
"Is he honest?"
"Honest? 1 should say so. Hern
arrested twice for stealing and acqul
ted both times."—boston Herald.
PURSUED BY WILD. eLEPHANTS.
UNSIGHTLY BALD SPOT.
Caused by Sores on Neck—Merciless
Itching for Two Years Made
Him Wild—Another Cure
Hard to Put Into Practice.
An English judge decided the other
day that legally a man and his wife
were one and indivisible. Some one
writes to ask what opinions a railway
company would have on the subject
if a man and, his wife attempted to
travel with a single ticket between
Beneficial Effects of Whistling,
Swedish physicians say whistling
will do much toward the development
of a robust physical frame.
Ask Yo'jr Druggist for Alien's Foot-Ease.
"I tried ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE recent-
ly and have just bought another supply. It
has cured my corns, and the hot, burning
and itching sensation in my feet which was
almost unbearable, and f would not be with-
out it now."—Mrs. W. J. Walker, Camdeu,
N. J." Sold by all Druggists, 5J5c.
Chauncey M. Depew gave it as his
opinion under oath that Jimmy Hyde-
was worth the *100,000 a-year which
the Equitable policy holders paid ihm
"because of his great ability." At
"For two years my nccli was cov-
ered with sores, the humor spreading
to my hair, which fell cut, leaving an
unsightly bald spot, and the soreness*,
inflammation and merciless Itching
made me wild. Friends advised Cuti-
cura Soap and Ointment, and after a
few applications the torment subsided,
to my great joy. The sores soon dis-
appeared, and my hair grew again,
as thick and he.-lthy as ever. I shall
always recommerd Cuticura. (Signed)
H. .1. Spalding, 104 W. 101th, St., New
Solitary and alone a hotel landlord
is a host in himself.
TO crur A C'Ol.I) IN ONi: DAY
Take I WAT1VK HHOMO Quinine Tablet*. }>rii£-
yistf r-«>tmid money If It talls to cure. K. W.
GROVL'b signature In uii each l ox. 25c.
This would be a tha&KW sb world it
we got what we deserve.
Death of a Wounded Bull Saved the
"I was kneeling, while my men lay
flat on their faces," writes C. O. Schil-
lings in his "With Flashlight and
,~j Rifle," of an elephant hunting inci-
dent. "I sent two more bullets into
the male elephant. The whole herd
then gathered around an old lemale
elephant and broke away in a quick
shuffle. Since they turned to the
right I enjoyed the grand sight of
twenty-four elephants passing at a
distance of about 450 feet. The
wounded male iiassed a little nearer j
to me and I could not refrain from i
AND CONSIDER THE
That in addressing Mrs. Pinkhatn you
firing at him once more. The whole ' ^ oonfj(ting your private ills to a woman
herd stopped, took the young ones j—a woman whose experience with wo-
looked around and | man's diseases covers a great many years.
You c«u talk freely to a woman when it
is revolting to relate your private troubles
to a man—besides a man does not under-
stand—simply because he is a man.
Many women suffer in silence and drift along'
from bad to worse, knowing full well that they
... ,, ... ought to have Immediate assistance, but a natural
as my feet would carry me in the R , . , . , . ,,
. , . _ modesty impels tlu-m to shrink from exposing them-
wake of my men, who were running / 1 ,#
selves to the questions and probably examinations of
even their family physician. It is unnecessary.
Without money or price you can consult a woman
whose knowledge from actual experience is great.
into their midst
sniffed the air.
"They discovered us, and, led by
two females, they came to attack us.
The situation became very critical. I
for i.i the long run the animals were j
bound to overtake us. I fled as fast |
You always get full value in Lewis'
Single Hinder straight fie cigar. Your
dealer or I >.'\\ is' Factory, Peoria. 111.
It takes a siront
woman to hold her
T :im sure Piso's Cure for Consumption saved
tny life three years Mils. TH >s. ItouniNs,
last Chauncey has . delivered himself u.iule street. Norwich. N. v., Feo. it. i'joo.
of an original jokc.-Chicago Kecord j R takes a wise woman to conceal
Important to Mothers.
Txatnlnft carefully every bottlo of CASTORIA,
a naf<! and sure remedy for infanta and children,
and Bee that it
>Tr*. Wlnainw'* MoothliiK Syrup.
lor chli'Jrou Hv tlmig. gofU i.t the tfuius, ml lies in.
Ma iti mat to ii. iiil. \ s euros wlml <m>1!c ifx- u (Kittle-
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Tlie Kind You Have Always Boul
Happiness is a thing to be pi-.:'
like the violin.—Lord Avebury.
A Heavy Load to Carry.
Along with dyspepsia comes nerv.' -
ness and general ili-liealtli. Whj He-
cause a disordered stomach does not |> r-
mit, the food to be properly divested, cnl
its products assimilated by the system.
The blood Is charged with poisons which
come from this disordered digestion, mid
In turn the nerves are not fed on good,
red blood, and we see symptoms of nerv-
ousness, sleeplessness and general break-
down. It is not head work, nor over phy-
sical exertion that does it, but poor stotii-
aeh work. With poor, thin blood the
body is not protected against the attack
of germs of grip, bronchitis and consump-
tion. Fortify the body at once with Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery —a
rare combination of native medicinal
roots without a particle of alcohol or
dangerous habit-forming drugs,
A little book of extracts, from promi-
nont medical authority - extolling every
ingredient contained in l>r. Pierce's
Uoldcd Medical Discovery will be mailed
free to any address on request by postal
card or letter. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce,
Buffalo, N. V.
;h often inspire the
n< ver hear any one complain
"Defiance Starch." Th-re is none
til m:i1 it in quality and quantity, IS
uu*., • . 10 cents. Try it now and save
Resembles the Others
,\k!/or Dunne of Chicago has now
submitted to the city council his
tom t plan for municipal ownership
rf tin' street railways. The fourth
plan, however, resembles the other
f.jM^ in the probability that it won't
j "Many extensively advertised rerae-
1 dies are failures when put to the tost.
! Hunt's Lightning Oil is an exception.
; Confidence in it is never misplaced—
j disappointment never follows its use.
j It is surely the grandest emergency
remedy now obtainable. For cuts,
burns, sprains, aches and pains 1
know do equal."
Geo. E. Paddock,
So many men want the earth that
then- isn't really enough to go round.
away from the animal at a right angle.
They knew, as I did. that the ele-
phant's sense of sight is weak and
that our only chance of escape lay in
changing, from time to time, the
direction of our flight.
"We did not dare look around, but
hurried on in breathless haste. The
thundering, dull noise of the pursuing
elephants came nearer and nearer.
Then suddenly a piercing, trumpet-
like sound was heard above the dull
noise. Turning around I saw the
wounded animal falling into a sitting
posture and the rest of the herd in
wild flight away from us."
The Retort Courteous.
The pleasant-faced young man
stood In an aisle of the hook depart-
ment of one of the big stores. In his
hand he held a volume which lie had
some time previously taken from the
counter devoted to the display of the
latest fiction. It must he confessed
that the young man was devoting
most, of his attention to an exceeding-
ly pretty, blonde clerk, who stood
by his side. The pair were, in fact,
so merry that tliey did not observe
the approach of a haughty woman of
middle-age who would probably have
tipped the scales at 250 pounds, and
who wished to pass them, an opera-
tion which, though simple for persons
of average size, was rendered diffi-
cult, if not impossible, by her ex-
The new-comer paused a moment,
but the merry pair, oblivious of her
presence, kept on chatting gayly.
"Can I pass you?" she demanded at
length in tones of thunder, surveying
the offending couple with a glance
The young man turned, surveyed
the speaker, noted her distended nos-
trils and wrathful eyes, likewise her
"Really, I don't know," he
raising his hat politely. "I hope so,
Now, if looks could kill—!—Nev
Mrs. Piiikliam's Standing Invitation:
I Women suffering from any form of female weak-
ness are invited to promptly communicate with Mrs.
Pinkhaui at Lynn, Mass. All letters are received,
ipened, read and answered by women only. A
ivoman can freely talk of her private illness to a
woman; thus lias beeH established the eternal
nontidence betw een Mrs. Pinkham and the women
of America which has never been broken. (
of the vast volume of experience which she
lias to draw from, it is more than possible
that she has gained the very knowledge
that will help yonr case. She asks noth-
ing in return except your good-will, and her
advice has relieved thousands. Surely any
woman, rich or poor, is very fooliyh if she/
does not take advantage of this generous
offer of assistance. — Lydia K, Pinkham
Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass.
1" ollowiiljj '•' publish two let- . „ vou know, I Vi'.toyn,, (but mvdoetor
ters front n woman who nccep- saill ( umBt Ullvu
an o]N rat ion or I couM not
te<l this invitation. Note the live. 1 then wtoUj you, telling you m> ail-
rOSlllt. meiita. 1 followed your ndvire and am en-
| tirely well I can walk mill's without uu
First letter. aehe or a pain, and I owe my life to you ami
11 Dear Mrs. Pinkham:— to Lvdia 10. Pinkham's \ e^-iable t ompoujul.
I 41 For eight years 1 have suffered something I wish every suffering woman would n iid
terrible every month with my |>eriods. The this testimonial ami realize tvalue of wiii
j>nins or©excruciating and 1 eat*hardly stand intf to you and your remeoy."- Mr* >l ii •
them. My doctor says 1 have ovarian and : Dimmick, With nnd K. Capitol Street*, lien-
womb tumble, and I must go through an op- nin£ J'. O., Washington, I). 4'.
e ration if I want lo get well. Id;, Mmil WlPn a medicine has been m ece .f l
to submit; to it if 1 can possibly help it. j .
Flwiso u-li me wbnttoilo. 1 hojie you can in restoring to health so man.v women
relieve me."-Mrs. Mary Dimmiel;, .V.ltti and E. whose test imony is so unquestionable
Capitol . IVimii g I'.O., ^ ashingtou,D.C. J yOU cannot well say, without trying >1,
Second letter. .. j tlo llot believe it will help me. ' If
' Dear Mrs. Pinkham:— yon arc ill. don't hesitate to ffet a bot-
"After following carefully vour a<Tice, Ue ()f ljVlli;l j.; pjnkham's Ve^etuble
and taking l.yilia 12. Hnkh.nns Vegetable ^ atl)lici., and write Mrs 1'iul.-
Comi>ouud, 1 am very anxious to sctiil \ on t , .
my testimonial, that .'.ti,era may know their ''J im. Mass . for special advice-
valueand what you have dono for ,ue. 1 it is free and at ways helpful.
Many years of active practice convinced
Dr. Pierce of the value of many native
roots as medicinal agents anil lie went to
great expense, both in time and in money,
to perfect his own peculiar processes for
rendering them both efficient and siife lot
tonic, alterative and rebuilding agents.
The enormous popularity of "fiolden
Medical Discovers " is due botli to Its
scientific compounding and to the actual
medicinal value of its Ingredients. The
publication of the iiinncn of the inijrcdi-
rnJK on the wrapper of every bottle sold,
gives full assurance of ii- nou-alcoholie
character and removes all objection to
t he use of an unknown or secret remedy.
It is not a patent medicine nor a secret
one either. This fact puts it in u rl/wx
till by itself, bearing as ii does upon every
bottle, wrapper The liadge of Honesty, in
the full list iif its ingredients.
The "Golden Medical Discovery " cures, I
weak stomach, indigestion, or ilyspepsia.
torpid-liver and biliousness, ulceration of I
stomach and bowles and all catarrhal af- j ,'eiii
tactions no matter what parts or organs i havi
may be afl'ected with it. Dr. Pierce's ! "i
Pleasant Pellets arc the original little whic
liver pills, first put up 40 years ago. They 1
regulate and invigorate, stomach, liver the
and bowels. Much Imitated but never ""
equajed. istigar-coated and easy to take i f"r i
as candy, line to three a dose.
Taylor's Cherokee Itenieity of Sweet Gum
anil Mullen is Nature'sgreat remedy—Cures
Coughs, Colds. Croup and Consumption,
and all throat and lung troubles At drug-
gists, 'J6c., 50c. aud ti.UO per bottlo.
Wealth isn t es1:
but it helps some
ntial to happiness,
More Flexible and Lasting,
won't shake out or blow out; by ti
Defiance Starch you obtain better
suits than possible with any
brand and one-third more for
the cup of love contains many
Insist on Getting II.
pro'eers siv tbev don't
• • 1st,in a. i'he. is tn'caus
stoi k <in band of other I
ins ' nl} 12 oz in a pa
ti. y won't lie able to s, 1
■ Defiance contains 36 .
J THE WHOLE LOT %
+ If we don't heed preventior. we will need a cure. . :.c Old-Monk* 3ure #
A peculiar feature about the Co- i
mauche language is the method of
counting. A Comanche will count up
to Id in the 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, S, 9, 10
method, but there lie stops. He (iocs
not use eleven but instead he counts
it as "10 and 1 more," and so on, tin-
til he reaches 19, which he pro-
He then pronounces 20, but starts
in with "20 and 1 more" until he
reaches 29, which he counts 29, then
starts in with 30, like lie did 20, and
counts to 39, and so on all (lie way
Counting is the niosl difficult thin:'
to learn in tile Comanche language,
in fact, by the time a person has
i.'iirn. d to count in that language he
lu s pretty well mastered it.
As there is no alphabet in the lan-
i'uage, the only way to learn ii is by
word of mouth. Any attempt to write
it in tho English alphabet would be
absolutely fruitless, as the proper pro
i.' neiation could not thereby be Iran;
Really a Sad Case.
The Pe-ru-na Almanac in 8,000,000
The Peruna Lucky Day Almanac
has become a fixture in over eight
million homes. It can be obtained
from all druggists free. Be sure to in-
quire early. The 1906 Almanac is al- j
said, ready published, and the supply will i
soon be exhausted. Do not put it off. |
Get one today.
A pickpocket is an artist with a
light and dainty touch.
Might Have Been.
When Shakespeare said: "Aye,
there's the rub," we do not know for
; certain he was thinking of the itch.
But one thing we do know and know
| it twenty years' worth—Hunt's Cure
will absolutely, infallibly and imme-
diately cure any itching trouble that,
ever happened to the human cuticle,
A half sheet of note paper has po-
sition and magnitude, but no weight.
Lewis' Singlu Binder slr.iiirlit cigiu.
Made of extra quality tobacco. Yon,'
dealer or I^ewis' l-'aetory, P.ioria. 111.
Only fools think that they can t
A fir.Mi ANTKI'I) Ct'RK K«l>t F'll.iiS
lt. nIiik 111lu,l III I'roeuilini.' 1'lli-s. lit...
r-Is iin* iiutluirl/i'il lu n-f.1,1,1 .uu,ivy II
(II N I'M I NT luIlN lu 11,re In I III 14 ill..K. Bile.
Some men have so much self-esteem
that it ma I. is them stoop-shoulder, >1
Defiance Starch is guaranti- ,1 biggi't
and best or money refunded, l'i (nine i .
10 cents. Try it now
od in the i
a wood fir
re unopened flowers gather
;reen bud s:ago, smoked bv
■ and dried in the sun.
e.r'.'-cHhompscn'j Eys Wat i
of t In; I
)D. A bt
Mow's This ?
rd for any
F. J. < l'i^
t f, y.MU-. 1111.1 IM'I!
Ily 1'Illri fo
Union Town site Company
Muskogee, i.ndiKfi Territory.
BOY LAND IM
Curious if True.
s curious, but true, that the two
at ions longest identified with
i inaie sex, cooking and dress-
• , sliould each of tin m bet-
i formed by rn^n.—Grand Maga-
ls ready always for all forms of rr.uscuar
IT CURES ALIKE THE WHOLE LOT
. *]i-v J, Iury Til t /"UDfTi. SEND fOR rRtr Iliu. Tb::atim .kRicul
RU nvnLl I lldl* \«UKIL.S./ Di3U3U.WnnNANuorPm i IIINTMt«cunro
DBS TH0RNT0M 5 HINCR-K>3> 0*« 51. KANSAS CITY, MO. (-nn.p., i u l«; ■ 11..,. i>)
PRICE. 25 Cts.
«f3T' Mi. ■) I j -* • '"TV
TO CURE THE GRIP
MAS NO LOUAL FOR HfAWfllE
She dashod lior hand across her eyes
And told her tale <>f woe;
Iiow things w?te worse than they used!
A month or so ago.
i'or then, she said, her only son,
\ blind and helpless lad.
W nt out and bes^< <1 the daily bread,
Jiut now, alas! twas sad.
"And so you lost yur boy?" 1 nsked.
And henee your bitter oligbt'.' '
" Tw:is even wo?s.' than that." she said,
"M> boy regained his sight!"
Mother Cray's Sweet Powders for Children.
Successfully used by Mother Gray, nurse
Sn tho Children's Ilome in New York, cure
Constipation, Peverishness, Bad Stomach,
Toothing Disorders, move and regulate tho
Bowels and Destroy Worms.Over 30,000 tes-
timonials. At all Druggists, 25c. Sample
Hi EE. Address A. S. Olmsted, LeUoy.N. Y.
known Tropical V
fully. 80 to 100 bus
own tho land we an
markets. Land valuer
N« xt excursion .1 in. *1
American Colony and
and full particulars.
MEXICAN AGRICULTURAL LAND CC
: . p. I [0
ill ll pi
lor pi i-
in ii 11 i i ii.
JS GUARANTEED TO CURE
GRIP, BAD COLD, HEADACHE AND NEURALGIA.
Iwon'ttell A..,l-Or,i i.i.. to n ilHrtU,r w i -< viuiri Oiiiu-antre
It. Cftll f'.r >'<iur HON EV llAt'K. IP 11' 1IOVT t'V'UK.
Iticmrr. Al- Mu.
Load Lifted From His Mind.
Mi el; I say, old chap, I'm In shock
ins; had luck. I want money badly,
anil 1 haven't the least Idea where I
can get it.
Beek—Well, I'm glad to hear that. 1
thought perhaps you had an idea you
uould borrow from me -Stray Stories
Stop That Cough.
If you have a cough, cold, sore
throat, or chest, don't delay a moment
—euro It.. Simmons' Cough Syrup Is
a bi,io remedy. It makes you well.
The Girdle to the Corset,
"Goodness, but you are tight!" aid
the girdle to the corset. "Well, you
i e I've been on a bust," answered
the slays, with a merry luugh."—
Wantkh fob i Nirrn
u." ( tilted Htut - of K
IiHbitN, who cit11 -pfitk r
info i in at I on njiply io
Of f it'M Hnild i nr Ukln
Kiiiil, O. T., or I ulsu. 1
'^DEFIANCE" lb SUPEKIOH QUALITY.
W.N.U.—Oklahoma City—No. 12, 190fj
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