The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 19, Ed. 2 Friday, January 28, 1898 Page: 4 of 5
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FVIj/ii f/ic Jmluftrial Xtivx. latklon. Mich.
The subject of this sketch is fifty-six years
of age, and actively engaged in fanning:
When seventeen years old he hurt his
tboulder and a few years after, commenced
to have rheumatic pains in it. On taking a
elight cold or the least strain, sometimes
without any apparent cause whatever, the
trouble would start and he would sutler
the most excruciating paius.
He suffered for over thirty years, and the
last decade lias suffered so much that he
was unable to do any work. To thi-- the
frequent occurrences of dizzy spells were
added, making him almost a helpless in-
TO TUB FRONT FOR TRUTH,
Ranger; Ga., writes: Twclr«
yearsngol had Heartburn,
Kidney Disease, Const!
paled Bowels, Glimmer-
ing Be l ore my Kyes,
Belched up Gas, and oth< r
troubles. Was completely
run down and in bed most
of the time. Ilad a Dee tor
attending me, but nothing
did me any good until I quit
^ everything e lse? and used i r.
HI. *A. Simmons I,iver
Medicine, which completeiy cured me. I
have tried *'Ulaek Draught,"but think Dr.
M. A. Simmons I.Ivor "Iciiicine is aiiedd
of that or any other medicine.
Palpitation of the Heart.
Whenever one bccomos sensible of fh©
beating of their own heart, thev are liable
to be frightened and imagine they have
eome form of heart disease. If they really
have palpitation, Dr. Simmons Squaw Vino
Wino ia a certain cure for it, but in the
majority of feucii cases the tronble arises
from some form of gastric difficulty. The
Btomach, distended with food and gases,
will derange the heart in some persons,
While indigestion with its many variations
is responsible for very many so-called heart
troubles. The digestive organs jieed to be
stimulated by the use of Dr. M. A. Simmons
Liver Medicine, when the general health
will improve and the heart renew its normal
Athens, Ga., writes: 111
1872 I had suffered for
vearsfrom Hi lions Hend-
I ache, Dizzy Spells, with
I Black Spots before 'ny
eyes, tiail Taste in
mouth, very little appe-
tite. Two Packages Dr.
M. A. Simmons Liver
Medicine cured me, and
for 10 years I never had an
annoying symptom. From
^ living on river I contracted
Malaria, which it is now
curing. I have used Zeilin's "Red Z" and
Thedford's "Illack Draught" and found
such a difference between them and M. A.
8. I,. M. tha , I did not like tliem ut all.
gp^ad thiTifews. Tell it far and wifla
that . medicine composed of chcap material
ar,(j improperly compounded is a dangerous
thing to fool with ; the old proprietors of the
article now called "Black Draught, and
J. n. Zoiiin & Co., proprietors of an imita-
tion® jailed "Simmons I.iver Medicine,
both have injunctions against them, enjoin-
ing them from using the words composing
onr tra.io name, but we learu those articles
have been sold aa " Just the same - ss ours,
while neither of the proprietory in their
advertisuwvUW cUiltt WW) W Vv VU« (WW
Cnlon Pacific Money Worries the Knnks.
New York, Jan. 24.-Not a little
uneasiness is discernible among a
large number of the banks regard-
ing the very considerable amount
of Union Pacific money which the
government has now in the city banks,
and which the treasury department
shows no inclination at present to
withdraw. Recommendations will be
made to Secretary Gage to act in the
matter. The amount is $30,000,000.
An Appointee Accaied.
Council Bi.uffs, la., Jan. a«.—Gov-
ernor Shaw's appointees include How-
ard D. Carbee as deputy game and lish
warden. It is charged that in 1887
Carbee was sentenced here to the
penitentiary for two years for having
obtained money under false pretenses,
and again in 1894 at Sioux City for
three years for embezzlement, early
release following good behavior. It
is also said that he deserted his wife,
whom he married while in jail here.
It takes a smart man to deserve a
consulship, but it takes a smarter one
to know' how to pronounce the name
)f the place where he goes.
Hawaii and .Japan.
Dispatches from Waal In Uon state that there are
About to be important developments ill tl?e .l: j>-
anesa imbroglio with the government of the lln
Wuhan Islands. However this may be, certain it
ie Hint the disturbance of the stomach caused l>y
s:ir|.le indigestion will develop into chronic dys-
pepsia unless rheckmat' it at tin start The linest
stomachic is llostetter's Stomach Hitters which
ptotuptly rectifies grast'e tronble, and does away
with irregulaiity ot the bowels and li?#r.
When a head swells it doesn't hold
Women are judged by their accom-
plishments and men by what they ac-
Sometimes the girl helps her bash-
ful lover out and sometimes it is her
fti All Sorts of Weather.
He tried the best physicians but without
being benefitted and he used several specific
rheumatic cures, but was not helped. About
one year an 1 sixi months ago he read in
this paper of a ease somewhat similar to
his which was cured by Dr. Williams l ink
Vills and concluded to try tliis remedy.
After taking the first box he felt some-
what better, and after using three boxes,
the pains entirely disappeared, the dizzi-
ness left him, and he has now for over a
year been entirely free from all his former
trouble and enjoys better health than be
has had since liis'boyhood.
He is loud in his praises of Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills for Pale People and will gladly
corroborate the above statements. His p^-t
office addre-s is Lorenzo Neeleyf Horton,
Jackson County, Michigan.
All the elements necessary to give new
life and richness to the blood nnd restore
shattered nerves are contained, in a con-
densed form in Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for
Pale People. All druggists sell them.
Koses for Senator Allen.
Washington, Jan. 24.—On the desk
of Mr. Allen, of Nebraska, at the
opening of to-day's session of the Sen-
ate was a stand of American .Beauty
and Brides' roses — "a testimonial
from the ladies of the departments for
your noble and brave defense of a
woman's honor,". Mr. Allen champ-
ioned the cause of Mrs. M. E. Roberts,
who was summarily dismissed from
the pension office.
The home rule party in this country
consists of women.
No man was ever so tender hearted
that he interfered in a rooster fiprlit.
When a girl goes around at revivals
coaxing young men to be saved, how
her brothers sniff!
Deb« to Follow (irosscup.
■Topkka, Ivan., Jaji. 2 4.—Judge S. P.
Grosscup of Chicago, who granted the
injunction against the American Rail-
way union strikers and sent Eugene
V. Debs to p-'is'.u for violating it, is to
speak V.'-it>re the State Bar association
meeting January 29. Debs will speak
here February 4, and his Topeka
friends hope to hear him say severe
things of Grosscup..
Suing for HI* Diploma
Warrensburg, Mo., Jan. 24.—At
the semi-annual meeting of the State
Normal regents yesterday the board
again declined to issue a diploma to
W. J. Atkinson, who was not allowed
to graduate last year because of unbe-
coming conduct. Proceedings will be
commenced in the circuit court to
compel the board to issue the diploma.
To Make Window G'afS at lula.
Andkrson, Ind.. Jan. 24 —Kansas is !
to take a place among the glass-produc- j
ing.states The 1'nion .Window Glass '
company, composed of Chicago capi-
talists and jobbers, now operating' a
plant here, will take the lead there.
A short time airo natural gas was
struck at lola. 'J he reservoir is lim-
ited, ln)t it is thought there is enough
for one or two factories for several
years. The Union company will erect J
a'ten-pot window glass plant at lola
and begin the manufacture of window
glass. This plant will supply the
Western m'arket, w)nl<j the Anderson
plant supplies Eastern and Central
M r«. \Y iitftlow'a Soothing Syrup
For children teething,softens the gum8.reduce* inflam-
ition, allays pain, cures wind colic. 25 ten is a bottle,
A misplaced switch is apt to wreck a
woman's train of thought.
K<hu'at« Your How els With Cascaret .
Candy < 'atliartic, cure constipation forever.
10c. i.")C. Jf C. C. C. (nil, druggists refund money.
The more we think of some people
the less we think of theiu.
an open letter to mothers.
We are assenting in the courts our right to. the
exclusive use of the word "t'ASTOHIA," and
'•PHVHEK'SCASTOKIA. ' as our Trade Mark.
I, Dr. Samuel Pitcher, of H.vanuis.•Massachu-
setts, was the originator of "PITCHER'S CAS- j
TORIA," the same that has borne and does now I
bear the fac-slmile signature of C11AS. H. |
FLETCHER on every wrapper. This is the
original PITCHER S CASTORIA" which has |
been n-ied in the homes of the mothers of
America for over thirty years. Look carefully j
at the wrapper and see that it is "rtie kind you j
have always bought." and has the signature of
CHAS. II FLETCHER on the Wrapper. No j
one hus authority from me to use my name j
except The Centaur Company of which Chas. |
H. Fletcher is President.
March 8, 1897. SAMUEL PITCHER, M. D.
The ardent lover is all at sea when
liis best girl throws him overboard.
FITS PermanentlyUured. Nottts or nervousness nfter
first da) - use «>t Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Reel
Send tor FREK $'4*00 trial In.ttie mid treatise.
nIL R. 11. Kline. Ltd.,931 Arch St., Philadelphia, pa j
If you rattle money in your pocket,
you will always find a borrower.
Star Tobacco is the leading brand of I
the world, because it is the best.
Love is a game in which it never pays
to bet to the limit.
I'iso's Cure for Consumption is our only
medicine for coughs nnd colds.—Mrs. C.
Beltz, 4,'i'J 8th aye., Denver, Col., Nov. 8, '9">.
The Lord isn't near so deaf as some
ministers seem to think.
NOiTnBic for Fifty OiiIn.
Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes weak
nep strong, blood pure. f 0c. $1. All druggists.
The more innings a man lias the bet-
ter lie enjoys his" outings.
It is a wise contrivance of nature that
I prevents a nian'.-j slumbers from being
| disturbed by his own snoring.
It is a rare friend who does not try
to make a profit on yon.
If a man turned over a new leaf every
time his wife wanted him to there
wouldn't be anything left of him but
t lie. covers.
Many people spend more for bait
than lish would cost.
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys-
tem effectually, dispels colds, head-
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro-
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac-
ceptable to the Btomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50
cent bottles by all leading drug-
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro-
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it- Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYMJP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
LOUISVILLE, KY. NEW YORK, N.Y.
VERY MATJY KNOW
ST. JACOBS OIL sciatica
Then all must know how easily and surely it CURES ALL PAITfS,
RHEUMATIC, NEURALGIC, OR LUMBAO'C,
Many Itngus Passe# Found.
Chicago, Jan. 24.—While looking
up evidence against W. II. llloss, a
ticket broker at 202 Clark street, the*
police found in one office bogus passes,
mostly editorial, which apparently
represented 0,003, that had been
secured from unsuspecting strangers.
The discovery has led to the belief
that a band of swindlers in the guise
of ticket brokers is in existence in
Chicago and reaping a harvest by the
sale of bogus tickets.
Cherokee Jail Hird* at LarRO.
Tahlequah, Ind. Ter., Jan. 24.—
Fifteen Cherokee convicts, including
some desperate characters, escaped
from the national prison here by tun-
neling through the basement wall
last night, leaving only ten prisoners
in jail. The ffigh sheriff was absent.
Piano Company Assign*.
Cincinnati, <>hio, Jan. 24.—Th«
Ilockett Puntenny Piano company has
assigned to Charles II Stephens. The
assets are placed at $175,090, aud the
debt at 8200,000,
y C Vegetable
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UPON RECEIPT OF
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General Passenger and Ticket Agent, M
Chicago Great Western Railway. >4
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Gray hair warns us of old
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1 " Earliest Rea Beet, Itlc
Bismarck Cucumber, 10c
Oueen Victoria Lettuce, 16c
Klondykn M *lon, lfic
Jumbo (Jiant Onion, o lf>o
brilliant Flower tieuds, 16c
Worth #1.00, for 14 cents.
Above 10 pkcrn. wortli HII.OO, wo will
mail you fr<-e, tOK^ther our |
great Plant and Seed Catalogue |
upon receipt, of this notice and li-' "
at ago. We invite your trade and
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