Prague Patriot (Prague, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 3, 1906 Page: 2 of 6
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ATTACKED THE HEART ! PRAGUE PATRIOT
THE CHOICE OF PAINT. RAILROAD MEN KEPT SOBER
PUBLISHED EVtkV THURSDAY.
\Y. S. OVLRSTREET, Editor and Prop.
NOTES OF TWO TERRITORIES
Awful Neuralgia Cau' Cured (o Clay
Cured l-y D"- Williair.s'
Neuralgia in n"> ' 111:1 i':l
When it mtnc-lri the li.• •!«'. ... y
fatal. Ounpiie.il. .1 Willi i:nl." -I. ■ "I
n form tluit atTect'-'l tin- vi::.! < 1 11
threatened sr.'!' '11 -1 11 1 1' ':"
Malice just lep.i.'fceiI■ i . 1 1
Mr. F. I>. Graves, of 1 1 iis.iiillull, J.:i
who tells of his truublu und cu.u tut an ordinate* creating We omc
follows: I commissioner of public wqrfci
i traveled consi derably, was e::o' ■ '1
to all kinilH.if weatlie. nndwas in. i...ir
in my sleeping ..nil rutin". I
this was tin- Ciiu.-e >if ni.v .sick.:. . al
liny rale, in May, I' had i ! '•
thut X was ompoll"'I ' 1 (ll"( W'.:- and
tnlto to inv heil. 1 11 g" "1 <loe!
Fifty years a-'O a well-painted houss
wax a rare sight; to-day an unpainted
bouse is rarer. If people knew tlio
real value of paint a house in need
of paint would bo "scarcer than hen'3
teeth." There was some oxeusc for
our forefath. rs. Many of them lived
in hou3es hardly worth preserving;
they knew nothing about paint, ex-
The Sulphur city council In. p . that it was pretty; and to get a
house painted was a serious and cost-
ly job. The dliTer^nco between their
case and ours is that when they want-
ed paint it had to bo made for them;
whereas when wo need paint wo can
go to the nearest good store and buy
A good flow of gas an 1 oil has been
encountered at Wewoka ut a d"pth of
Heaver county is lo have a new
mid took his medicine 1:. 1111f.111 y hill $10,00.) court house erect.-I tilt! coin-
lirew worse. I gavo up liojio of Kettiiiff
tatter und my n'-igbboi-. thought 1 v.;.
surely going to die. .
"I had ..mothering spells that il i
nwful to recall. My li«-url Untie ' 1 and
theil seemed lo cgusg i " ill 1 o,,'. i couw
not lie oil my left side at. all. My hands
mid feet swelled ami 1 ' 'lid in" !:• ■>
After reading atmut I >. Wi'l.-ni l'nilc
Fills in a newspaper 1 deeiili- I to ny
them and they sailed niyc.se exactly.
Before long I could see an improvement
and after taking a few boxes I en
tirely cured, lain glad to make tins
statement and wi-1. it eon Id c.'m i \. rv
sufferer to try l)r. Williams' Pink i'llis."
Dr. Williams'Pink Pills do iml simply
deaden pain; they cure I lie trouble wiiieli
causes tl.e pain. They (ire guiiratiteed i .
contain no narcotic, stimulant or opiate.
Those who take I hem run no danger of
forming any drug habit. Hiey net
d i recti v on I he blno.l and ii is only I lining 1.
tlio blood that any modlcinu can leach
Dr.Willinms' Pink Pills are snl.l by nil
druggists or will be sent, postpaid, on
receipt, of price, 61) cents per box, six
boxes fnr $2.fi0, by t lie I )r. Williams Mud
icino (Jo., Schuneotady, N.Y.
He Would Lose, Anwyay
There Is a young physician who has
never been able to nmoko a cigar.
•'Just one poisons me," says the youth-
Recently the doctor was invited to a
large d'nner party. When the women
had left the table cigars wore accepted
by all the men except tne physician.
Seeing his friend icfiise the cigar the
boat In astonishment exclaimed:
"Whnt, not smoking? Why, my dear
fellow, you lose half your dinner!"
"Yob, I know I do," meekly replied
the doctor, "but If I smoked one 1
should lose tho whole of 11!"
Guess the Tempo Was All Right, Too
The editor of a paper published In
Dittlo Rock was once in reec'pt of a
complimentary copy of a musical com-
position by an Arkansas friend.
Feeling tnat ho was ea.icd upon to
make some asknowlcdgment of the
courtesy, tho editor did so in this
"As the editor of this paper doesn't
know a demlsemiquaver from a diapa-
son, or a bass clef from a 'high C,' he
will not, therefore, he expected to give
an extendeu notice of this production.
We can cay, however, that the type
used in printing the composition is
clear and plain, and that the paper ap
pears to bo of the first quality of rag.
The design on the front page is most
artistic, and the words are as tender
as a real spring chicken and as po-
ttle as the song of the meadow lark
on a May morning. The melody is
sound and all right, with no windgalls
or collar marks. The harmony, too,
appears to be strictly (). K., with no
patent defects or noticeable blemishes
The tonality is clear and resonant, and
rests on harmonic relations and mcl
odie elements. Tills is about all tho
praise in connection with said compo
n'.tion we are able to evolve from our
The street, waterworks and police
departments of Chickasha wore recent-
ly Investigated with a view of diselo:;
ing charges of graft and bribery, but
no one was found guilty.
A militin company bus been organ
issed al Prague as soon as the required
number of enlisted men are enrolled
they expect to be commissioned as
part of the Oklahoma national guard.;.
Vinita is assured of a Chautauqua
this summer as the required number
of tickets have been sold to guarantee
a success. Five hundred tickets at two
dollars each have been disposed of.
It, in any color or quality ready for
use. We know, or ought to know by
this time, that to let a homo star, I
unpainted is most costly, while a good
coat of paint, applied in season, in tho
best of investments. If we put off the
brief visit of the painter we shall in
due time havo tho carpenter coming
to pay us a long visit at our expense.
Lumber Is constantly getting scarcer,
dearer and poorer, while prepared
paints are getting plentier, better and
less expensive. It is a short-sighted
plan to let tho valuablo lumber of our
housc3 go to pieces for tho want of
For tho man that needs paint there
are two forms from which to choose;
ono is the old form, still favored by
certain unprogressive painters who
havo not yet caught up with the times
—lead and oil; the other is the ready-
for-use paint found in every up-to-date
I store. The first must bo mixed with
The Western Association will open oil, driers, turpentine and colors be-
lts base ball season In the territory fore It i3 ready for use; the other
May -1 at Oklahoma City when the ] need only be stirred up in the can
Joplln, Missouri, team will begin a I and It is ready to go on. To buy
series of three games with tho Okla- 1 lead and oil, colors, etc., and mix
homu City club.
A special messenger from tho Dawes
commission arrived at. Tishomingo
last week with 2,850 patents requiring
Governor Johnson's signature.
them into a paint by hand is, in thin
twentieth century, about tho same
as refusing to ride in a trolley car
becauso one's grandfather had to walk
or ride on horseback when ho wanted
to go anywhere. Prepared paints have
been on the market less than fifty
years, but they have proved on the
whole so inexpensive, so convenient
and so good that the consumption to-
Tho Spencer company, wh'cli was
recently awarded the franchise for a
street car line In Enid have put up
their $2,000 bond and work on the , gallons a year and stl]1 growln
line will commence within a short
Experiments Made to Hoduce Dram
Drinking on Lines in Ger-
I Consul Brittain, of Kohl, reports tho i
rc.-ults of efforts made in Germany to j-
secure absolute safety ou railroads in t
the German empire. He rites the cus- j
j tom of giving railroad employes coffee j
or hot nonalcoholic drinks to take j
the place of beer and dram drinking
that once prevailed. He writes:
During the last summer and winter
the officials of the lJaden railroads ,
inaugurated the practice of serving hot
coffee to their employes at the ex- !
pense of the management of the rail- :
roads or at the expense of tho govern- j
ment. The experiment has been at-
tended with gratifying results. The |
consumption of alcoholic drinks has '
materially decreased as a result of the 1
practice and the efliciency of the work- j
men has increased. It has been ob- i
served that the employes have per-
formed various duties more cheerfully I
and have been more faithful in the dis- I
charge of tne same. This has been j
especially noticeable among the work- j
men in the various freight depart- ,
ments. The powers of endurance not- !
i ably increased. There were also few-
er accidents to the employes, as they I
had better command of their faculties.
In consequence of tho beneficial results
from the experiment the railroad offi-
cials served hot nonalcoholic drinks
to the employee on all the Baden rail-
roads during the present winter.
The practice of serving hot coffee,
tea and meat broth to the employes on
the Prussian railroads has been in
vogue for some time in the freight de-
partment, especially where the men
are obliged to make long runs. On
some lines hot and cold drinks are
sold to employes at the reasonable
price of two pfennigs (one-half cent)
for a portion of coffea or tea or lor
a bottle of mineral water. On some ot
the line3 in Germany tho employes
have been forbidden to take any alco-
holic drink while on duty.
In consequence of the increased
WORKING WOM EN
Their Hard Struggle Made Easier—Interesting State-
ments by a Young Lady in Boston
and One in Nashville, Tenn.
All women work; some in their
homes, some in church, and some in
the whirl of society. And in stores,
mills and shops tens of thousands are
on the never-ceasing* treadmill, earning
their daily bread.
All are subject to tho same physical
laws; all suffer alike from the same
physical disturbance, and the nature of
their duties, in mnny cases, quickly
drifts them into the horrors of all
kinds of female complaints, tumors,
ulceration, falling1 and displace-
ments or perhaps irregularity or
suppression, causing* backache, ner-
vousness, irritability and lassitude.
They especially require an invigorat-
ing1, sustaining' medicine which will
strengthen the female organism and
enable them to hear easily the fatigues
of the day, to sleep well av, night, and
to rise refreshed and cheerful.
How distressing to see a woman
struggling- to earn a livelihood or per-
numter of English and French speak- form ilcr household duties when her
I day is something over sixty million ing tourists the railway employes in back and head are aching*, she is so
«__ jjn- Bavaria, such as station masters, tick- tired she can hardly drag about or
less they had been in the main satis-
10. D Vandergrift of Webb City, Mo.,
has leased one thousand acres of land
on Cabin creek near Afton, where he
factory, it stands to
would have been no
growth in their use.
Mixed paints aro necessarily cheap-
er than paint of the hand-mixed kind,
I tourist season. Scholarships are to
be given to those who make the most
progress and the successful student
will begin the work of drilling for j because they are made in a large way Will bo sent at the expense of the rail-
lead and zinc. by machinery from materials bought ] way management for a holiday in Eng-
in large quantities by the manufac- laU(i to complete his studies.
W. 1., Tlardsley has been appointed turer. They aro neees arlly better
Vnlte.l States court commissioner at than paints mixed by hand, because
Gate, In eastern Beaver county, with 1 they are more finely ground and mora
jurisdiction over western Woodward thoroughly mixed, and because thero
county ! *es3 c^ianco th® raw materials in
| them being adulterated. No painter,
Miss Minnie Baker, aged 17. resid- j however careful he may be. can ever
Ing eight miles northeast of Wanette. ! 'at the mater als ho buys are
. . ... ,, , . ,. not adulterated, but the large paint
was burned to death as a result or her ,
, ,• i . I manufacturer does know in every
clothing igniting from a tire, where
she was burnning trash from the yard
et collectors, guards and porters, are! stand up, and every movement cause
obliged to learn English and French Pain \he or[Sm ot ^ch^due to
in order to facilitate travel during the
T could not sleep and could hardly drag
ilted two physicians without
relief, and as a last resort, I tried Lydia E.
Pi nkham's Vegetal >le Compound, and to my
surprise, every ache and pain left me. 1
gained ten pounds and am in perfect health."
Miss Pearl Ackers, of 307 North Sum-
mer btrect, Nashville, Tenn., writes:
Dear Mrs. Pinkham:—
441 suffered with painful periods, severe
backache, bearing-down pains, pains across
theaUloinon; was very nervous and irrita-
ble, and my trouble grew worse every month.
44 .My physician failed t<> help mo ami I
decided to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetablo
Compound. I soon found it was doing me
good. All my pi ins and aches disappeared,
and 1 no longer fear my monthly periods."
Lydia E, Finkham's Vegetable Com-
pound is the unfailing cure for all these
troubles. It strengthens the proper
muscles, and displacement with all its
horrors will no more crush you.
Backache, dizziness, iainting, bear-
ing-down pains, disordered stomach,
moodiness, dislike of friends and society
—all symptoms of the one cause—will
bo quickly dispelled, and it will inako
you strong and well.
You can tell the story of your suf-
ferings to a woman, and receive help-
ful advice free of cost. Address Mrs.
Pinkham, Lynn, Mass. The present
Mrs. Pinkham is the daughter-in-law
of Lydia E. Pinkham and for twenty-
five years she has, under her direction
and since her decease, been advising
It's a hard matter for a poor man
to convince a rich man th.it he Is iu
A BUSY WOMAN
Can Do the Work of 3 or 4 If Well Fed.
An energetic young woman living
Just outsldo of New York, writes:
"I am at present doing all the house-
work of a dairy farm, caring for 2 chil-
dren, a vegetablo and flower garden, a
largo number of fowls, besides manag-
ing an extenslvo exchange businc -
through tho malls and pursuing my
regular avocation as a writer for sov
eral newspapers and magazines (do-
dlgnlng fancy work for the latter) and
all the energy and ability to do this I
ewe to Grape-Nuts food.
"It was not always so, nnd a year
ago when the shock of my nursing
baby's death utterly prostrated me and
flerangod my stomach and nerves so
that I could not assimilate as much
rs a mouthful of solid food, and was In
even worso condition mentally, he
would have been a rash prophet who
would havo predicted that It over
would do bo.
"Prior to this great griof I had suf-
fered for years with Impaired diges-
tion, Insomnia, agonizing cramps In
the stomach, pain in tho side, consti-
pation, and other bowel derangements,
all tlieso were familiar to my dally
life. Medicines gave me no relief—
nothing did, until a fow months ago,
et a friend's suggestion, I began to use
Grape-Nuts food, anil subsequently
gave up coffee entirely and adopted
Postum rood Coffee at a■ l my mi ale*
"To-day I nm free from ull the trou-
ble* I have enumerated. My dly o'on
Is simply perfoct, I assimilate my food
without tho least distress, enjoy sweet,
restful sleep, nn.l have a buoyant feel-
ing of pleasure In my varied duties. In
fact, I am a new woman, entlr ly mad*
over, and I repeat, 1 cwo It all to
Orapo-Nuts and Postum Coffee.'
Name given by Postum Co., llattle
There's a reason. Read the life
case, because everything he buys goe3
through the chemist's hands before
he accepts it.
Of course thero are poor paints on
the market (which are generally
cheap paints). So there is poor flour,
poor cloth, poor soap; but because of
that do we go back to tho hand-mill,
the hand-loom nnd the soap-kettle of
the backwoods No, we uso our com-
mon sense in choosing goods. We find
out the reputation of the different
brands of flour, cloth and soap; we
take account of the standing of tho
dealer that handles them, wo ask
| our neighbors. So with paint; if the
j manufacturer has a good reputation,
j if tho dealer Is responsible, if our
neighbors have had satisfaction with
it, that ought to be pretty good evi-
j dence that tho paint is all right.
"Many men of many kinds"—■
I Many paints of many kinds;
j but while prepared paints may differ
, , „ . „ ,1 considerably in composition, the bet-
While making a run o a t.> . y Rra(|rg 0f them all ngree pretty
1 ulsa one night ast \u . > to i am , ,.]ose] v jn results. "All roads lead to
attached to the hom> wagon ran Into | Rmn,,;. anil the r:l|nt manufacturers.
several persons on the Btrc. i who were j s(art|ng by (UfTrrent p.lthSi have aU
Unless the property owners protest.
Enid will soon have a number of
her most, prominent streets paved. At
n recent meeting of the city council
a resolution was passed to pave the
streets surrounding the square and
n number of streets leading to it. The
material with which the work will bo
done has not yet been designated.
James II. (livens, chief clerk of the
Ponca Indian agency and George T.
McCandless, president and cashier
respectively of the defunct Citizens
Hank of Ponca City, were arrested
last week upon the charge of bank
wrecking, having been indicted on
three counts by the recent grand Jury.
The bank closed its doors in April,
MAHON KICKS ON YELLOW.
Glass of That Color in Signal Light
Arouses His Eaoial An-
Bome derangement of the female or-
Miss F. Orser, of 14 Warren ton Street
Poston, tells women how to avoid such
suifering; she writes:
Dear Mrs. Pinkham:—
" I suffered misery for several years •tfitti
female irregularities. My back acned, I bad , , ,
bearing-down pains, ami frequent headaches,' sick women free of charge.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vc^nlabic Compound Succccds Wiicre Others Fail.
unable to get out of the way. Two
hoys wero badly injured". One of
them, James Owens was injured in
ternally and it is believed he will die.
The receiver of the defunct Citi/.on's
Bank at Knid has just announced tin1
payment of an additional five per cent
dividend, making a total of twenty
five per cent to depositors.
j tho same object—to mako the best
' paint possible to sell for the least
money, and so capture and keep tho
I There is scarcely any other article
of general use on the market to-day
i that can be bought with anything like
| the assurance of getting your money's
I worth as the established brands of pre-
I pared paint. The paint you buy to-
; day may not be like a certain patent
Dr. W. II Gunn of Oklahoma City, j medicine, "the same as you have al-
who was lined $500 and sentenced to I ways bought," but If not, It will bo
one year's imprisonment by the pro-
bate court of Oklahoma county for 1
making indecent proposals to a
"Wudn't it jar yez?"
Mahon gripped the handle of his
hand car harder as he spoke, relates
the Detroit Free Press.
"Luk at that now. Do yez see th'
yaller glass blinkin' at yez in tli' sun-
light insthead of th' soothing green.
An that's phat they call railroadin'."
The disgust stood out all over him.
"Th" idea av adoptin' a durty yal-
ler f'r a caution signal insthead av a
staliandin' green. It's an insult to
ivery Irishman on th' road, so it is.
"But thin, phat kin yez expect whin
English jukes be's throtten 'roun' th'
counthry pickin' up gurrels wid slath-
ers av coin, squazed out av railroads
by their interprisin' daddies?"
He shook his gray head and careful-
ly jabbed the tobacco into his pipe.
"Aside from tli' significance av th'
color chosen b' th' British madman,
th' yaller light be a curse t' th' en-
gineers at night, th' only toime its
used. Luk-a-here now, on a foggy
night whin th' whistles do be tootin'
who in th' name av al! that's good an'
green can tell th' yaller from th' durty
"Tli' nixt thing they'll be wanting
will be t' have th' section hands wear
yaller overalls insthead av blue. Th'
engineers will be clad in yaller jump-
THEY DOTH PAINT
Kickapoo Says White and Red Squaw
A Kickapoo Indian is in Washington
in the interest of the Mexican branch
of his tribe, who, besides being an ac-
complished Indian linguist, he is a well
educated man. He has some rather
uncomplimentary opinions concerning
the white man's governmental meth-
"Yes; It took me back to the days 0(js but ]le also thinks that the white
of my youth," the old man said, with a j man's wife is a person entirely above
reminiscent, sigh. I criticism—in a way.
"Ah, summer days in the country, j "Not much difference hetweon tho
girl In a lawn dress, birds singing, and ; -.vhite squaw nnd the red man's," he
A hard-headed old Pittsburg manu-
facturer who made his fortune, as he
expresses it, "with his coat off," was
induced by his daughters to accom-
pany them to a Wagner concert, the
first he had ever attended. The next
day he happened to meet an acquain-
tance who liaa seen him the night be-
fore, who asked;
"I suppose you enjoyed the concert
last night, Mr. Brown?
"No, the days when I worked In a
boiler shop in Scranton."—Succe.is
RUNNING SORES ON LIMBS.
little Girl's Obstinate Case of Eczema
—Mother Says: "Cuticura Reme-
dies a Household Standby."
"Last year, after having my little
girl treated by a very prominent
1 hyslclan, for an obstinate cass of
eczema, 1 resorted to' the Cuticura
Remedies, and was so well pleased
with the almost instantaneous relief
afforded that we discarded the phvsi-
cian's prescription and relied entirely
on the Cuticura Soap, Cuticura Oint-
ment, and Cuticura Pills. When we
says. They both paint; white squaw
with white paint, red brave with red
paint. They both have to wear feath-
ers when they're dressed up. Indian,
he wears eagle feathers; white squaw
wears any kind of feathers t-.he can
get. White squaw's not much different
from the Indian."—Capital.
The Plain Plucker-
If a burn or bruise afflicts you, rub it
on, rub it on.
Then before you scarcely know it all
the trouble will be gone.
For an aching joint or muscle do tho
It extracts all pains and poisons,
plucks tbe stings and heals the
Hunt's Lightning Oil does it.
ers, wid yaller gloves, yaller oil cans ( commencpd wlth the Cutlcura Reme.
and russet shoes. And only yaller
because tbe manufacturer has found
I a way of giving you a better article
for your money, and so making more
sure of your next order.
enteen-year-old girl who had entered j ( P. G.
his office in search of employment. ■
has appealed his case to the Oklahoma , There Is everythlnj in holding the
supremo court. : right attitude toward me. People can
i tell whether tnere is victory or defeat
Mayor Chapman of South McAlester ' jn your face and your bearing, win tlicr
has Issued a proclamation asking all
business houses to close on the after-
noon of May 4. at which time Tulsa
and Smith McAlester of the South
Central Rase Bull i.eague play their
Mrs. John Guy or living near Den
nington gave birth to triplets last
week—two girls and a boy all in good
health. The father is sixty years old
and tho mother thirty.
you have conquered or failed, whether
you have winning or los ng material in
you. If you wear the air of tho van-
j quished in life, no employer will want
i you. ihere must be. victory in your
[ bearing.—Success Magazine.
When a woman begins to search
i around frantically for her handker-
( chief, that means the woman talking
I to her has been telling her troubles
The board of county commissioner
of Kiowa county have accepted th
new court house recently erected j
from funds derived from the sale of j
town lots. It is one of the handsoi.le^t
county buildings in the wouthwest.
Of course, there is no future for
stale brains, or ior a man who stands
still and ceases to grow. Ho is old
who thinks he is old, and useless who
thinks he is useless. When a man
has ceased to grow be begins to die,
and mauy people are half dead at fifty,
not because of their age, but because
of their mental attitude, because of the
D the) fat • life. 8uc<« it Mi • w .
The executive committee of the
Chickasha Agricultural and Uv<> stock
exhibit have decided to hold their
annual show during the early part of
October, but definite dates have not I a farmer is always inclined to "shy
been fixed. Already the committee , a little from a man with two good ley
book, 1 Tho Road to Wallville," In p'.tjt. on premium* are preparing their list who carries a cane
dogs will be allowed t' ride in th'
baggage car. Bedad if the bloomers
'ml be satisfied marryin' th' yaller
gals twouldn't be so bad.
"Hey? Late, is it? I do be forgit-
tin' meself. Good mornin', sor."
Trains Bun by Electricity.
"That electricity will be used gen-
erally on our main railway terminals,
and ultimately on our main through |
lines for passenger and freight serv-
ices, I am convinced," says Dion J. I
Arnold, past president of the American
Institute of Electrical Engineers, in
Technical World Magazine. "I do not, |
however, expect that the change from -
steam to electricity will be made for
economic reasons or that it will be
made voluntarily by the railroad."
A remarkable Invention for prevent-
ing railway accidents has been tried j
with success on the western railways
of France. The invention is placed
on an engine. If the driver for any
cause passes an adverse danger sig-
nal the apparatus blows a whistle on
the engine continuously and also
throws up a small light under tho
engine driver's nose. This will ren-
der all accidents, except willful ones.
Dead or Crazy.
A London daily tells a short mod-
ern ghost story. A man was travel-
ing on a northbound train out of Lon-
don. Opposite him was a silent stran-
I gor, his only companion. Between
London and Derby no word passed.
Then as the train drew out of Derby
he said, pleasantly: "Good line, this,
[ sir, eh?" Tho stranger replied: "I
ih'nk It a beastly bad lino. I was
i ki led on it two years ago."
• dies her feet and limbs were cover-
j ed with running sores. In about six
I weeks wo had her completely well,
j and there has been no recurrence of
| the trouble. We find that the Cutl-
[ cura Remedies are a valuable house-
: hold standby, living as we do, twelve mollu;,, USed to turn
I miles from a doctor, and wheO it
i costs from twenty to twenty-fivo dol
l.Vs to come up on the mountain.
Mrs. Lizzie Vincent Thomas, Fair-
j mount, Walden's Ridge, Tenn., Oct.
"Say, papa," queried the sweet girl
graduate, "what is your definition of
the term 'womanly woman '"
"A womanly woman," replied tho
old man, "is one who is capable of
manufacturing a pie like your grand-
Mr*. fVlnsIow'fl Soothing Syrup*
For children teething, #oft 'Ds the^uins, re i'.icei lr
lainuiiition. allays puJn. cui an wind colic, j .c u bottle.
Married women have a feeling of
pity for the bachelor and a contempt
for the spinster.
Church Was Her Refuge
One stormy Sunday morning the |
pastor of a church in a small Ohio
town was much gratified to observe in
his congregation a woman who lived
some distance away.
At tne conclusion of the services the
pastor congratulated the faithful one,
saying: "I must commend your brav-
ery In coming such a distance through
this terrible storm."
Much to his chagrin the woman re-
plletl* ! Important to Mother*;.
"Well pastor, it's this way: My I Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA,
K.i'c a rafr nnd euro remedy for infants and. children,
husband won t go to church, ana he s j ^ '
that cross on Sunday morning after
breakfast that I just naturally have to! near*the
go somewhere to escape him."
\\ hen n laxative is needed, nothing e.in
be more effective than Garfield lea, which
is made of herbs, it cures sick headache,
constipation nnd diseases of liver, kidneys,
stom a h nnd bowels; it purifies the blood,
<.■!■ rinses the system and clears the com-
Why Is a fault-finder like a boil?
He Is never in tho right place.—Jour-
nal of Education.
A Minnesota newspaper olllce once
printed some cloth handbills for a
traveling show. it busted, and tliesi'
bills were never called f..r, and the
thrifty wife of the editor used the
cloth to line little Johnny's pauts. As
tlmo wore by the pants grew thread-
bare, and at school one day Johnny i>u.h.u.klin
accidentally tore the seat out, lenvlng jn (|u, ,
about one foot .if the lining In sight,
and tho boys were surprised fb read
the following words standing out In
plain type: "Doors open at 7:30; per-
formance begins at 3."
la Uoo For Over a.) Years.
Ttii! K'.uu You Uuvc Always bought.
The pert mal.len feels hurt when
her sallies of wit are taken serious-
.1 pli In. I 'u
of a woman a man la
no older than oho chooses to regard
If love would only remain blind after
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Overstreet, W. S. Prague Patriot (Prague, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 3, 1906, newspaper, May 3, 1906; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc116124/m1/2/: accessed March 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.