The Peoples Voice. (Norman, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 20, Ed. 1 Friday, December 16, 1892 Page: 4 of 4
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O® not allow jour. lf to b* lm>o.rd ] rriTB; FARM A\l) HOMK ! that, silnso many other einw, th r« la I
a.bjrth.D.«y ,,vo1 . ""'U AAU UUME" an atom at Sewtof truth In the poaltlou
lug now and uatrlod <all<Hl cough rein*- t . . . „ , ..i i
Urn-, tut .tkk to lb. oU reii,UK Dr. „„ taken by the farmer., us to the value
— — - OF of acids in aiding the digestion of pljf*.
Hull's Cough Syrup, tho un 'uiiiu;; cure (or
all U odious of the throat and cheat.
It In claimed that tl-o avorti^o AmericaD
vugar beets ure richer iu actual Kicchariut
mat tor than tho.se of ltus> in, Ceruiiny or
Anyono in pos-*es*iou of rente ran go
to the neaie.tt dealer in me li lues and
procure a bottle of Salvation Oil aud bo
cured at one* of Itheumati.-m, Neuralgia,
or auy paiu or achr
We offer Ono Hundred I
• ny cos<■ of Catanh ti at cannot
ilalTtC.v ... < . ■ „
V. J ( .v t o . i
We, the unfit; *
Cheney for tho la- I > •
perfectly honorable In ail i i-T r
and financially .. ^
lion made hy then Hi ,
Wk«t A Tr^ax, v>: ■ .
O. Waldino, KI.Nnan I'. MAI.w
DrujftfUU, '!'-do, < > • *
Hall's Catarrh Cine Ik ti.' mi Internally,
acting directly upon l < I : ni mi:- . us
surfaces of the system. I* ; i buuic,
bold by all Prupulfct!- Tc ..Ik)« Ine.
The lat« Qnoen .if Wurt-?ni^urg loft
Lk: curcd by
' | ■ 11
W '■ i-
. I ■ lieTs him
ir Drinking Water Con-
uihi Hour 5111k for
It is claimed that (in <
been discovored iu in li
tlueneo a magnetic in '1 •
•etrie plant hn9
which will in-
!ift foot distant
The Uockfmd I'low < nij ny, 1 < ' f«>r !
111., has assigned with n-:■. : t . <-tiinatrd
at$ll0,0MJ ami liabilities -id,000. '1 ho
manager* wish to close up bind n.-A
"One of my iu-i-,!tl.ors, Mr. John
Gilbert, lias li.cn . i; i r a |..i:j;
time. All thought liim] .1 ti > viy.
He* was borril)Tyvm:ii iutl In-vi the
inaction of his liver and kid : s.
It is difficult to <lc-■ : i': lii ; :!p|i t-
ance and the miserable state of his
health at that time. I h ip i: .in any
•ource seemed impossible, lie tried
your August Flowcr and the eli' <.1
upon him wasnu ,r a1. Itresti :• 1
linn to perfect health to the |; i it
astonishment uf hi f. • llv an i
friends." JohnOuibell, II !i, i;:it.y
C'nntaiiiiiiiitlon of Wtlls.
A scientific experiment of great in-
terest and Importance has" boon made
in Europe to demonstrate from what
distance impurities can be carr'ed by
percolation through the soil from a
distant point upon it*surface to a well
from which a family's supply of water
is obtained. A salt of lithium, which
can readily be tL'totod in water, was
sown upon u plot of ground -T«0 font
from a well—a matter of ~'7 rods. The
water from the well was daily exam-
ined, ami on the 18th day the unmis-
takable presence of lithium was ap-
parent in the water. Now L'7 rods is a
ion# distance from a well us one
counts distances about his house, and
yet iu less than three weeks a sub-
htau e from the surface of the ground
had been washed into the soil and had
been tarried along the sloping,i.aturai
drain pipes, if one may so spruit of
tiiem, that c\i>L in tho soil, aud had
thus found iu way into tho water of
There is au impression prevalent in
soul*.' quarters that even though i*u-
p irities may e ■ i upon the surface of
the earth about ouj's premise*, that
all drainage from them roaks directly
the soil, uml is therefore
rendered hariule ... Tho
just mentioned shows how
tenable is this i.le:i, s.tys
<i •ntleiuan, and ought t
into earnest thni'it w
■ r*f ,
of cod-livcr oil presents a
easy of assimilation, and
an appetizer; these arc
everything to those who
arc losing llesh and
strength. The combina-
tion of pure cod-liver oil,
the greatest of all fat pro-
ducing foods, with 1 lypo-
phospnitcs, provides a re-
markable agent for Quick
Flesh Building in all ail-
ments that are associated
with loss of llesh.
Take Care of tho Children.
Mothers bo enroful of tho children
When they complain, attend i • the mat-
ter. Do not be satisilcd with tolling them
that their trouble is ^rowing I'an-. "
This may bo tho cose tin I it may be
serious Beo that tlioy liroatho properly
and are able to take long, deep full
breaths. If they cannot d«> this they uro
in danger. Above all, av -id ptilnnmary
trouble. Ho not I t tlu-m eat U n ' ml
then lut it run until il em!.
iuohL disgusting of all tic
tie of Hold's (Jornian ('<>
Cure, end when they t.«Uo
them. It contains nothing
It is the only Cough lb in
liot of which it c
ble to take an o>
* iu cutarrh, tho
ises. Get a la it
igh and Kidnoy
cold, givo it- to
delctei tons and
>dy on tho mar-
bo said, it is iuipossi-
•thue. Ask vour drug-
gist for it uu I d-'n't let him , ivo you
anything in place of it h iuall bottl
cost twouty I'.vo ceut lai m m, fifty
bVJiVAN KKMDDV CO.,
Guaranteed ti cur : ' i Attai'ks, Sick-
Headache and «'oai tli'ui:<>ti. i0 la c.ict
bottle, l'rlco vJ3c. Fur bu'.o by dro, . U
lieturo M7, 17, 70" and sample duso free.
J. f. SMITH <& CO., hvnrutors, NEW YORK.
' H| GREAT) Jr
Tli ron t.
I Luae.Sbie, ; < r< ■- t Shiloh's Porous
Plaster ^ill^ivc cteat:
f 2 riMSiNS
Heiid for fv.veiilo^ : 1 \ . i .
■emltorDlH -' i l*i .'i n MVUU,'
ValRlCS O FAEBEL^ - v. /. . ...Ci vOJi, C. v
of water su il-
To uu.lerstuiid how such
is has boon mentioned is
cnowlcdtfe t f tiie geolog-
re of soils from thestirfa-e
down t«i ^ rent, depths is of importance.
The soil of the earth, it is to be re-
membered, has been forme I bv tho
disintegration of ro.-k formations,
v\ hieh most commoaly existed in the
form of laver.-., laid down either in a
horizontal or an incline I p isition. It
is also to be remembered that tho lay-
ersdilTered greatly in ohara tter, which
can i the layers ol «gj formed,
from them to differ als • greatly iu
character. A layer of sandstone may
have overlain a layer of uhofl, so that
as a result of disintegration we get a
layer of f>atitly soil underlain
hy a subsoil of clay. Many of
these layers are light an I porous,
and allow water and solid matter
in solution to pass iVadily down
through them. When, however, this
water, laden, perhaps with impurities,
readies a layer in >re or less impervious
it is either held there if the imper-
vious layer form* somewhat of a basin'
or spreads out in all directions if Un-
lay c r is liori/..nital, or flows along its
surfaic in one direction if the imper-
vious layer is at all inclined —as it is
quite sure to be, as level formations
are comparatively rare. Only invest!
gallon by cutting deeply through the
soil will show the exact ntiUiro of the
formations underlying the region
about one's house, but there are some
surface indications that give consider-
able light on the condition of tilings
below the top of the ground. Sloping
ground very commonly indicates a
bending down of the layers or strata
in this experiment it is maintained
i that where pigs are fed on clabbered
milk as against sweet milk the gain on
the clabbered milk was 1.80 pounds
; per day, while on the sweet milk a
gain of .07 pounds only wot made per
day. The experimenter also claim4
that recent experiments in Germany
show that lactic fieiil, like many of
j the vegetable acids is an nid to tliges-
tionnnd has real feeding value. This
I is another of the points that needs to
In* gone into carefully by our experi-
ment station's. Wc want to ascertain
tho truth and tho whola truth that
may bo underlying the beliefs of
! farmers on this and every other ques-
llrund Tire* Muku (iouil Itomb.
The narrow tiro in general use
j should bo taxed out of exi steiico for
( heavy hauling, cither by iucreasod
: toils or county tax. They damage the
roads over which they travel with
heavy loads ITX) per tent more than
moving double tho amount of freight
j would do if broad tires were used,
j The general Turnpike a't, which is
still in force iu Ihiglaa I, regulates the
weight to bo carried by the width of
the tires used on wa. o is, carts, et •,
' A wagon with u 1) iin li tire is allowed
to carry ti1; tons, tho,a with a ti inch
tire 4^ tons and those with Il; inch
tire 4 3^ tons. Overweight is charged
by the turnpikes when tho loads arc
above statutory limit.
If this plan was adopted, requiring
heavy load < ti be carried on broad
tires, the turnpikes aud non-inacad-
umixed roads would last much longer.
In the ub.scn o of legislative ena*t-
mont, if the turnpike companies would
allow wagons using broad tires a re-
duction in tolls, or charge no toll at
all, this concession would induce the
use of broad tires instead of the nar-
Another suggestion has been pre-
sented— that of increasing tho length
of the front axle so as t prevent the
wheels from tra -king. This would al-
low a wider wagon b x, as it could be
built to within two inches of the rear
wheels. It, would facilitate turning
and would prevent collisions which
would be in >ro apt to occur if tho roar
axle wa* lengthened. — Industrial
Rleighiag is on In Mama
Ruraiaus are "of age" a; 29.
tiladitonn wai an M. P. at 23.
Claat lined irou tubing it new.
New York has 100.0UU Italians.
l uMoiu baa axiled 2^0,U0U Jews,
k'iugapor*, Asia, has a trollery ioa«
Japau has "JJ.0U J cotton operatives.
China has 27 American merchants.
Indians first dom wticatcd tho turkey.
Clrua's Kinperor i< learning Kngliih.
A Vienna brewer is worth $10,000,000.
daily and weekly
l aria has 2,000
is taught in
Home of tho
A ustrian public
liusslan* are still killiug
In France 2,000,000 couples have no
Qui eu Victoria has won 447 prizes nt
cat'.le shows, «
The 1' vptiuns nml tho rhtruicians are
joint claimants for tho houor of inven-
lit n of water craft.
During tho coming year Franco will
tpend ^I,'.00,000 for arias and umuuiui-
Uon for lb cavalry alone.
A bicycler of ltedditch, England, was
borne to his grave on four bicycles, bis
club forming an escort.
The population of many South Sea Is
lands maniifacturo thoir entire suits from
the products of palm trees.
rof. Huxley says tint r
far moro complicated piece ti
(ban tho finest (Swiss watch.
i oyster is a
noekod into a cockot hat, a.i a proverb'
might be brought down t date by mak
lug it into a grand at her's hut.
f the four Dutch universities three
don, rtrocht uu I Amsterduui—are
upon to uftmtoij.
l inn Hints.
Make as inucli manure on tho farm
tienerally a medium sized horse is
the best for the f irmer.
Tho best results are sccured by com-
bining the plow and pasture.
Parents that are greatly dissimilar
in their breed ami shape should never
be muted to breed.
The real test of a go.nl milk cow is
her performance after tho first two
three months in milk.
if slock are matured aud fully
developed before breeding they bring
1 of stock for the
is that which suits
and his market the
>f which the
the drainage from the stable could by
no possible means get to the well,
While any drainage from the house
would naturally bo drawn off
towards the barn. In tho ease
where buildings are on level ground,
there are few, if any, surface in-
dications of what may bo the danger-
ous condition of the soil that is shown
below the surface. There all the
drainage that soaks into tho ground
about the barn and house will natural-
ly settle iu the direction of tho well,
provided one of the strata be some-
what impervious to water. The dan-
r of such a situation must be ap-
parent, especially iu the light of tho
results obtained in the lithium experi-
ment. A depression between two ele-
vations of ground indicates a basin
like formation of the strata, which, if
an impervious stratum is present, may
carry the drainage of the basin into
any well that may be situated in it.
A consideration of all these things
show that unless intelligent care is >'x-
ic location of wells,
f any possible source
orcised either ii
or ic the reinov;i
may readily be:
ease, und so (.
menace to tin; h
me a source
stitute a pe;
.f dir.- 1
Sweet and Sour Milk
Nature feeds the pig on
ivcds it warm and feet Is it
tu re, therefore, teaches
of sweet milk fed to
enforces the same lessi
growth' of the calf and
animal. No mother who i
to feed her child out .
would ever think of gi
that was iu the least Bon
"blink," savs the Western
nul. Lest * so n • of „
may not understand the \n
we might here remark I
ug it milk
inoj'e and better
Tho best kin
farmer to keep
him, his farm
In no way «an land be improved
faster than by judicious pasturing, or
more rfcadily injured if carelessly
With the Western farmer at least,
whatever else may engage his atten-
tion, the live stock must receive its
The comfort of tho cows in winter
is a very important item, especially if
they are expected to *glve milk regu-
l'uro bred stock costs a little more
at the start but, once well started on
the place they will ptvjvo a lasting
Hy having a good variety of crops
and stock, the failure of any particular
! one will not a IT e t he financial pros-
pects 89 much.
The host means of making the farm
profitable is to turn everything to a -
j 'xwnt iu some way and allow nothing
! to really go to waste.
j Theri is a general belief that a
I general purpose animal is au impra*-
! ileublc. one and, as a rule, uu animal
j that is good in everything will bj first
j class in nothiug.
I Undor present conditions pi. flti a *o
j very small, even und ?r the best svstci
; - f management and wire!-; any m
i management i allowed no pro!
| whatever can be exp • *to I
I Onions and apples are the pcculi;
■ aecontplniment of a goose.
If you have something hot on ti
tli and it turns white, drop
[ tie spic ts of camphor aud rul
i d-y cloth.
A tit;*'toy when well cooked should
b« evenly browned all over, ('rani
s.'.uee o • currant jelly is the proper
ac.com pan iiuc nt.
To prevent red napkins or towels
with colored borders from fading add
a little borax to the water in which
they ar « washed.
• n oil
>n a lit-
It that it is. we
i word, tlesig-
a -id t •• that is
ig in fact, the
acid it v. She
t ity, where
; is served
It is better to 1
a cupboard rathe
as it would be a;
heavy in the latt
Finger bowls o
at ordinary lunc
-ep baked pastry in
than a refrigerator,
L to get damp and
not generally use I
■ >as but if fruit is
; art < I the meal they are
required, and it is proper
To keep jellies from tut
i them over with pulverise
i he depth of a quartet
Tliey will licei> for yL-;i
Tin vessels will be sure
IseCL'Ute worthless in a f
they iv i >i4W*ot on the stov
sun to become ""thoroughly
15oiled p.uldingi arealwaj
when eaten directly after
taken up; but if you hav
tin doubt,fdi y
to use them,
;d sugar to
of an inch,
rs if this is
seem to *
• or in the
■ays the best
ir they are
any left af-
ter ti*.tiner is over it can be sliced and
.-.et in the oven to heat tho next day,
and v/ill be good with hot sauce.
A 1 andy recipe for curing haras is
! this: Take four quarts of salt, font
pour da of brown sugar dissolved in
v att r. Pack 100*weight of hams
clost-ly tog.-tlier and pour this pieklo
i vor tin i. I t theai remain 10 tlavs
:--n«l then sm ;Ue
\ •• ecu of beef weighing ten pounds
requires two hours to roast. Allow
ten minutes t every pound over or
under this weight The second cut of
te sirlo n the second cut of the ribs
i1 nil the back of the rump are consid-
Ihe bcsl part lofb f roostIq^,
The World's Fair managomont expects
roali o .SI75,000 from franchises for the
rale of pop-corn at tho Exposition
HE WAS AHEAD OF THE CAME.
.1 Denver Sinn Was Knguffori to u lilrl
llefyro Ho I'roposcd.
Fivo or nix of tho liotS guests wore
tended out under tho trees ono even-
ing talking about tbe folly of long
••1 toll you what "sj ©ko up a young
man, pulling lii-^ hat ortsr his eyes us
•i-o la ily swunn- In tho hammock. • I
was only engaged to my wife two
month-*, and wo wero Tiarrioil three
months afler wo met."
•'My sister," returned a pretty girl
"only know her husba'iQ three weeks
ted they wero only engaged two
•is alio happy?"' tislc; I soma ono.
•Oh, perfectly. Tho young man
inot hor on tho street ono day and de-
clared that £ ho was tho very girl for
^iiin. Oh. it wus co romantic!"
••This only helps to prove my theo-
ry," said an old maid of tho party,
with a reminiscent look. -It is a
'mistake to wait too long."
• Ono of my friends " chirnod in a
uprightly voico, "itnswored a personal
'in a Now York paper and three
'days later tho couple met by appoint-
mont. Would you bolicvo it, they
wero married tho next day!"
• 1 know a truo story that beats
that " spoke up a Western girl, who
[evidently wished to keep up tho rep-
utation of her slate in tho slory tine.
A m.'.n whom 1 knew well was going j
from Austin. Texas, to a town about
forty miles distant. In front of tiim
eat a prctly girl, with whom ho struck '
•up :in acquaintance. Tho girl in-
tended to change ea *3 at tho station j
which was the youc£ man's dettina* |
,tion. Hut just think of it! When
:lhoy reached thut town they stepped
tdT tho train as lively us you plea*o.
^jot a license and the knot was tied in
n jilTy—loss than an hour after tho
A blonde young man in a labor-sav-
ing attitude, who ha i boon listening
.with considerable luierost drawled:
"I know of a ease that in its way is
<|Uito as intere-ting. It started out
well. 1 never heard how it ended."
, "Do tell it!" spoke up several at
once, a i £ho young man seemed about
io relap-o into thoughtfulnoss again.
• A girl I know was engaged to a
rfellow an hour before he was engaged
••Impossible!" o claimed several.
"How did it happen?"
• Well, ho lived in Denver, she in j
lloston and she answered 'Yes' by
OUR ST. LOUIS LETTER.
A Lojsl Wlft—Illlud Asylum to b%
Muted — Grucral Activity Iu Dull*
■ ess Circles.
st. Louis, Mo., Dee. c.—The faitlifai
little wife of Ed. T. Koland, the for*
mer State Treasurer of Missouri, who
fell Into bad company, got to playing
poker and embezzled money from the
State, is in u fair way to get him par-
doned, although ho has been in the
penitentiary only a fow months. She-
lived in luxury while he was the treas
Brer of tho State. Now she keeps a
boarding house here and does the
housework herself. She hai been
moving heaven and earth to got hiin
pardoned before liov. Francis goes out
of office, and i* is generally under-
stood that ho will do this, possibly as
ono of the Christmas pardons which
are liis prerogative.
The business men of St Louis aro in
high itpirltn. It has never been so
easy to i-ake money as now. The
bank clearances during the past week
exceeded by over £4,000,000 those of
any previous week iu the city's his-
tory, and the iccipts of the custom
house for last month were Bore by 17
per o at than those of the same mouth
last year. This prosperity has a di-
rect elY-'t t on the man of small means,
who wants to build a home for his
family und is huutiug for cheap
money, as well as on tins projector of
big street railway and suburb-building
ing enterprises, whogots his money by
tho hundreds of thousand dollars.
ICight per cent, is regarded as a re-
markably high rate of interest here.
The St. Louis Asylum for the Blind,
whence, by the way, some of the most
useful inventions for the use of tho
blind over perfected have come, is to
bo moved. The asylum wao estab-
lished where it now stands years ugo,
when the prop -rty in tho neighbor-
hood could be hail for little, the city
aot building that way very fast. Now,
rapid cars run past mil factories havo
crown up ill around it, until the land
and the buildings arc worth several
times more than they cost the State.
The institution will be taken to a
quiet place in tho suburbs, and tho
ground and improvements will be sold
for more than enough to pay for tho
now site and buildings.
"Well, how do you like St. Louis?'
wns asked, as usual, of a clever woman
from lloston, w ho had just joined a
f.ishionablo West End church, follow-
ing her husband's business fortunes.
"I think I shall like it very much,"
she answered with a smile, "when it is
She then explained that the day bo-
fore she had been out driving over tho
city and she had never got out of sight
<:f new buildings. This is tho thing
about St. Louis that strikes most visit-
ors. '1 ho report of tho lluilding Com-
missioner for this year will astonish
the people of cities that have stopped
growing. To say nothing of tho thou-
sands of dwelling houses that are going
up, there are now twenty-six large
office buildings being erected at an ag-
gregate cost of $14,000,000. Each one
of the e buildings is a small towu in
itself, story on story, hundreds of
offices, and scores of employes to look
after the property.
Tho very light young man is a heavj
:><> YOU KNOW
That Mermofl A Jaccard's, of Broadway and
Locust streets, f-'t. Louis, Mo., I* the largest
and grander ,i< wt'ry establishment iu the
world nml the iutrcst priccd house in Am-
crica for Jhic 'JooiIhT
They 'till snid you free (be sure to write
i i: r. .;imm<>ih eatalngiu of 2000 lllu-ti*
■ ■ - of the i.-Mi-t beautiful things In Jewelry,
wat dies, , I ii . . nnnle boxes and silverware,
Hiotving ho ■. brautlful and (heap they are.
For u - i hngfc and presents, visiting
i" d ' . i : e^rut, and C'liristin s present*
• main tologrnph offleo has 3,030
A Uiril.n KN.IOYS
The pleasant flavor, gentle action und
soothing effect of Syrup of Figs, when
in need of a laxative, and if the fatliei
or mother be costive or bilious, the
most gratifying results follow its use
so that it is the best family remedy
known and every family should havi
Lord St. Leonards is the grundsot
of a barber.
•heat crop in Europe is reportti
v than iu ls'.il an I worse than ii
1 ho Cranberry crop
but of good ipiality.
I'n idont Harrison has sn
half his salary.
3d more tha
Irregularties in t o wator o.Uce havi
ost Chicago $ >01,000.
telegraph." i Tho Hopublican elephant will soon havi
Tho blonde young man rooked ro- to pack its trunk.
J'ectively at the crowd. 'J'hcy looked j i
mournfully at him. und ono by one Douglas plays tho fiddle to sootbi
they tulo Into the hnlej. 1 h!> «gln nerrw.
.Do You Wish
the Finest Bread
It is conceded that the Royal Baking Powder is
the purest and strongest of all the baking powders. ;
The pun st baking powder makes the finest, sweet-
est, most delicious food. The strongest baking pow-
der makes the lightest food.
That baking powder which is both purest and
strongest makes the most digestible and wholesome
Why should not every housekeeper avail herself
of the baking powder which will give her the best
food with the least trouble ?
Avoid all baking powders sold with a gift
or prize, or at a lower prico than the Royal,
as they invariably contain alum, lime or sul-
phuric acid, and render the food unwholesome.
Certain protection Irom alum baking powders can
be had by declining to accept any substitute for the
Royal, which is absolutely pure,
dtm Xmm «qnlrmlaff
\nd ii H p in that uimi you to tqulrmf
Rhcuumiiflui «lll make'any ono wince Cou -
cr itt tit, %« yo'i tan readily do, at the outset
vita tlllellSI'B Moiaach Hitters, which ei-
><•1* lliu ilu'i.inulic virus from the blood and
promptly rttkrn the tortures that It pro-
lutes th j ovideuo* In lit brbalf on this
pclnt is auipic and touclualve, and «mk racca
the deiiberatu afflrnu'loaa ol many Bieilkal
practitiuucrs Idko all bianrtjrd pruparatiuns.
tho Hitters deserve* a pi isisient trial, ohlt'h
f it o ceiviH, the happiest sad most IhoroLich
rosults may loniMrntly anticipated. For
nsUrlal. Uuliiey and liver romplalrita. neu
r.tlut.i n^rvonxriebS ind^RCBtlon aud loss of
1<*sh an t apiH lite It |> a moiIiI famona rem-
dv t'"H > jl' hi rm o afti-r tk-hiillatliM ad-
2.-nti la lu ii It facilitated by it
Tho pyrometer measures boat in do
Important to Fleshy 1'eoplo.
Wo nnro nntlorO h |>r jr. article lo the I tally Ghim
>n reducing weight lit a verjr i>mall expense. It
• ill pajr our render* t-> send two-cent utainn for
>'PT U> A.ins Ctri ulaUug Library, IU tituto ctreot,
FROM HEAD TO FOo;
you feel the good that's done by Dr. l'krce
Golden Medial Dfcn.-overy. It punlk tb
blood. And through tho blood, it •dcunae
reiaiirs, and invigorutca the whole nystem.
Iu recovering from " La Grippe." or i:
eonvaleoconeo from pneumonia, fevers, o
other wa.stiag disra.ses, nothing can equal i
an appetising, reatorativo tonic to build u
•l fleah ana
FITS vii iu ,
KIMO -|(,|| II.
*•**«• Mid to In
ii embedded iu comeu t
uow color, i* a reddish
' II .
it« Si« n IInr."
old t't ft en l.i'w w \ i:i.i« « !•• •< tup frmi Ihe rn|
itulsiul viipr ii projna-nm-'<>f i-iiCirnt writers
• :nl ai fi'- «lnit aril. i>' Hii'c'i Tut Vortii's !'•>*
i n toiinres. 11 relnlns lis pUce tn VMi.it)t
teuilll''* l v ili«« \ fi-oitllliy snt I lie liuirun iVeniMn
>t h item'•! it srtleio*. the hi„-h < h«raetrr of all
lories, tie brightuc s ..f II* llins;rsilon« Then ti
" in .« evi-ry ■ •!(, . n.l Otir Ki t* s great «len| for
l 7"> i« year I he price stmt «t once * l.i emit e you
o lb. piper in .tin. isn A ti ti I0ii«, Ins YUVTt't
loHNNlux, Il< >lon, M*- .
Hereulit?, t'.io French explodvs, Is ti
lowerfnl that ha'f a poun I of it. In a ro
•cut test, displaced n utorlo weighing 30
nennl'nw, exercise, and diet nrt the
'atdin.il vii tues of good heu.tli. Take rate
I the lir t two, ami if you know wh.it und
iow t) eat, yo-i need never he it. It is
rluimed Hint tiarliebl Tea, a simple herb
"•nedy, overcomes the result of wrong
Beetled" flesh and strength. It roim over
«>rgan into natural action, promotes all th
bodily functions, end restores health an
For every disease that conic* frcm a torpt
liver or iinpuro blot^l, I Jyapepbla. Indigent..,u
BiliousnoM, and tho nioKt stubborn Shtn
Scalp, or Hcrofuloua affections, tho " Diacc"
I ery " is the only remedy ao certain thut 1
can bo gvarunt'ecd. If it doofn't benefit o:
rure, in every cose, you havo your mcnet
For a perfoct and permanent euro foi
Catarrh, tako I>r &|6i Catarrh Remedy
Ita proprietors offer f.VK) reward for at
Incurable caoo of Catarrh.
Unlike the Dutch Process
— or —
uro used In tha
W. IIA K Kit Si t'O.'S
William ('. Furry staled to the Western
New York Horticultural Fociety that
there were 43,350 acres of vineyards in
F« r ltroiicblnl, A*thmnt!c nml
t'u Inioimrv < «>inpbil ntH, lliown'h
Itronchhil "Troehe." hnve remarkahlu cura-
tive properties fold only in boxes
The Louisiana Inw providing sepnrato
?onipartineuts for blacks and whites on
railrouil cars is hold to be constitutional.
Jack Frost stimulates travel. When
lie touches our ears, we think about
California has the ideal winter cli-
mate—just far enough south to bo dun*
hiny and frostless, and yet with suf-
lieicnt tonic in the air.
Santa Fo Route takes Jack Frost's
hint, nml hits arranged a series of ncr-
mally conducted weekly excursions
to Culifornla. Full man Tourist Sleep-
ers, furnished with betiding, toilet
irticles, etc., leave Chicago und St.
Louis every Saturday evening and <
leave Kansas City every Sunday morn- j
ing. via A T. Si S. F.,and A. & l\, line
for Los Angles and San Francisco, on I
fast express trains.
Special agents aud porters in attend
loco. Second-class tickets honored*
\ small charge for use of tourist
sleeper. Kverything ueat, clean and
Inquire i t' nearest ticket agent, or
write to T. Nicholson, ii. F. A T. A.
ianta I'e 1 unite, Topcka, Kansas, for
copy of folder describing these ex- i
Jorusa'.<*m and Jatfa aro now connected
il7ilf/i Is ii i el y ,
piiro and soluhlr,
l hn^ more f/oinIA use limes
the i 'rentfth of ( oeoft niixetl
with Htnreh, Arrowroot o.
Sugar, and Is far more eci>-
Inij /est than one cent uyij).
it Is delb'tus, iioiirishlng, and easily
Sold by dronii f tcrytllitrs.
W. BAKER t: CO . ftowbatiy^a
NO CURE, HO PAY.
piles and fistula PfeiiFECTLY and
PtRMANtNtLV Cured without knife or
Consultation und examination free,
Cull oil or advlrcSt
DK S. K. WILLIAMS.
803 Main Mr<ft, • Winfivmi, Kaf
[HE EMERSON SANITARIUM.
For the treatment of all MFlHCALand
SFIK1ICAL DIM-'.A^FS (except insunitj
and contagious diseases.)
This lnsliluii in is litted up with all the
luxuries and conveniences of uu decani
home With every upnliauce for the treat
nicut of all classes of IMseanes and <uccess-
flii work in ail lines ol Surgery. For iwr-
tlier ill formation, addre>s,
THE LMERSON SANITARIUM,
WOlfM NICHT AND DAY,
Ihe woril nip*
Ely's rream Palm
yt'It ULV cuHiy
GOLD IN HEAD
- J^vOW My •
-^QWv Blood? *
Iiaii 1 le ihe New I'utont I'hemleal
ink Krnnltig l'"nell Agents mi.iIomj $30 P'T wi-ek
i Cru#*e, Wis,
u Krnner £!auufselurlinf t.'fl
FAT FOLKS REDUCED
m l no bad offeefs Si rlrlly ronf ilentisl.
i M<-Vlok#.r ~m.|.. Olitrnao IIL
I had a malignant breaking out on my leg
below the knee, and waacuredsound and tvell
-.villi two and a half bottles of _
Other blood medicines had failed KaturkrooU <"
o do me any good. W ll-l C. IIf.atv, ^ j ^
Arnold Automatic Steam Uooksr
M iny of our I f| 1,1 i| fTft Rell r no «..|ih p« r month.
A It Hi Ii I n
lui lerin.i in *1U 1.111 1 IJ ,\t i,. 11. i • „„ki-rt u , < 'ninlta.
Pnld In prtxea f r Totm
_ on Kslei bt uiik'« Prai,
- tienU inn'ill lor eireulnrs to
*1 Johu .No* Vork.
I was troubled fr >m ehildV.o- d with m a.*-
ravited can of Tetter, i nd tlireo bottles ti
citrod mo permanently ^
„ Walla r ft
J ■ Mimoill* . '• T
; on Mood and Skin Di«e.-.ses mnnei'
:;\vin Bi'KeiFio Co., Atlanta, <: a.
f mi eminent |<l:y*lidnn. Ilnw to prevent
men suiK 't'oiiilU free. si«r*
i.Mo. Koumlei! IS35. lismar>es.
Mor>'good |• ij■ r..i K-"
llrv'i Nurkrry I u. (Lolll.-la
CiilHQfSfl f'lireil in 111
I OriyM DH.'j'. SI LI;H L rli. Li L.'iLnlohi
W.N. U. WINFIRM). Kn., Vol. B. No 51
has a Nov/ Series of tho Famous Brownie3
"The Brownies'Round the World "
AN entirely ntw rtrt^j of Adventured cf Ihe funniest little men in Ihe world
*• will be niven in liieir first tr.p around tho world. Tile amusing little b ind
will visit all the leading countries, exploring tho _
London Tower, climbing the Alps, gamboling
acres* GcoMand's heather ancl Ireland's green,
repairing the sea-washed dyke3 cf Hol-
land, sailing up ihe Danube and tho
Rhine, and finally ]>cnetrating the land of
th; Esquimaux and tho North Pole.
Their r.ports and adventures in strange
countries will be the most nHVubiri^
their history, und P4r. Cox has made for
the srncs the funniest drawings ever crcatcd by him.^
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Ross, A. T. The Peoples Voice. (Norman, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 20, Ed. 1 Friday, December 16, 1892, newspaper, December 16, 1892; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc116224/m1/4/: accessed August 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.