Tonkawa Chieftain. (Tonkawa, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 40, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 12, 1910 Page: 3 of 10
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KICKED PASTOR DOWN STAIRS
Hasty Act of Vestryman That Minister
Hat So Far Found It Hard
A certain Episcopal clergyman in
West Philadelphia received « most in-
hospitable reception the other night
wlien he went to call on a member of
his vestry. The vestryman lu ques-
tion was alone in the house, the serv-
ants being out. when he heard a ring
at the hell, doing down stairs he found
an intoxicated negro, who demanded
money for a drink. Highly incensed,
the vestryman went back up stairs,
after ordering the man away, but
hardly had ho seated himsolf when
the bell rang for a second time
A second visit to the door found the
same negro back again, and the ves-
tryman, thoroughly aroused, seized
the offender by the shoulder and
pushed him down the steps.
While all this was going on the
clergyman was walking down the
street, and a few minutes later had
mounted the steps of his vestryman's
house and rung the bell lie stood
with his hack to the door, when sud-
denly, to his astonishment, the portal
Hew open, a man rushed out and be
received a most painful kick, sending
him Hying down the slippery steps. It
requited a lot of explanation and
apology to close the breach caused by
the incident. The clergyman and his
vestryman are still on rather cool
n SILER CITY
LADY A VICTIM
Boy Owing $95.35 Has Assets
of 75 Cents.
Strange Cate Develops Under the Ad-
ministration of “Jersey Justice,"
Which Sends Lad to the
Not Willing to Commit Himself.
The teacher had called upon Fred-
die Brown to give an Illustration of
the proper manner in which to com-
pare the adjective "clean.”
"Mother is clean,” said he faltering
ly, “father Is—cleaner—" Here he
"And,” prompted the teacher.
Freddie was still silent and very
"Haven’t you some othei relative?"
asked the teacher, smiling.
"Oh, yes,” replied Freddie, "there's
auntie—but I ain't sure about her!”
Dr Cook was talking to a Washing-
"The man is wrong in his attacks,”
lie said. “He errs as ludicrously in his
idea of polar conditions as the Brook-
lyn domestic, who said:
"Tt must be a filthy place, that
north pole, ma'am. 1 hear it's full of
ice bugs as big as churches. "—Wash-
A Jolt to Romance.
"How about the young doctor? lias
“Not yet. Papa ruined everything
"How was that?”
"Just as the doctor was pleading for
a peep at my eyes, papa came in and
asked him to take a look at my
Lottie.—Is your young minister so
very, very fascinating.
Hattie.—Fascinating? Why, lots of
girls in our church have married men
they hated just to get one kiss from
the rector alter the ceremony.—Puck.
New York.—Legal red tape and
"Jersey justice" together have fur-
nished the world's youngest bank-
rupt; also, for three hours the world's
youngest Inmate of a debtor's prison
since the old London "Fleet" went out
The bankrupt. Bronislaw Niemas-
zek, Is ten years old and lives at 336
West Kinney street, Newark. N. J
He was locked up in the Newark
jail on a body execution Issued by
Judge Benjamin F. Jones of the
Orange district court for a debt of
Deputy E. Minard of Orange, attor-
ney for the Public Service railway,
Interested himself in the case.
Several months ago young Memos
zek and some other boys were playing
In the streets of Orange when Ed-
mund Wilmanskl, 16 years old, and
several other big boys, began tensing
the smaller one. Finally they grabbed
the youngster by the wrist after throw-
ing his hat away, and twisted his
When Nlemt-szek got free he picked
up a missile and threw it at his tor-
mentors. Wilmanskl was hit in the
Mrs. Gilliland, of Siler City, Was
Left in Bad Shape as a Result
of an Attack of the Grip.
Slier City, N. C.—"I was In bad
shape,” writes Mrs. Sarah J. Gilliland,
of this place, "after an attack of the
grip; wub bothered with womanly
troubles, but since taking Cardul I am
much improved, it hn6 done me more
good than the doctors and I feel it
saved my life, alter all other methods
“I thank you for the good that Cardul
has done to me and hope every lady
who suffers will try It. I will recom-
mend it to my friends.”
You ran rely on Cardul being of bene-
fit to you. Its ingredients are mild
herbs, having a gentle, tonic effect on
tho female constitution. The special
herbs are grown abroad and Imported
by us direct. They are not in the Phar-
macopeia, nor for sale at druggists,
except as put up by us, so you cannot
get the effect of Cardul, except by buy-
ing Cardul, the woman’s tonic.
No other medicine or tonic has ex-
actly the same results as Cardul, no
other has the record of 50 years of
successful treatments of cases of fe-
male weakness, debility and disease.
It is certainly worth trying.
Ask your druggist.
N. n.—Write to i I.adlra* AdVUory
Drill., ('hnttaniMiica Medicine Co., t'hat-
tanouirn, Trna.. fur Special Inatructlon*.
and Cl-puae book. "Ilouir Treatment for
Women,’’ aent In plain wrapper, on re-
If ®he Had Her Choice.
A gentleman who finds great amuse-
ment in telling his wife which lady of
their acquaintance he will select as
her successor when she dies, and who,
one day, had been teasing her with
numberless mock-serious allusions to
the subject, suddenly called their lit-
tle daughter to him and asked her,
shaking with laughter at his own wit:
"Madeline, how would you like to
have a stepmother?”
The child considered for a moment
and then, with great earnestness re-
“I think I’d much rather have a
Cured Right at Home
by ELECTROPODI7*. Hew Electric Treatment.
CUtauuc tnaoif • an<l fine—worn IniUlo
tiivjet. lnrlfnr*te rnttre body. Neryaabacoma ''lira
wire*." I’tfdtiva cure lor KkfUiuAtiRm. Neural* a,
lU^kAklte, Kulney and t.lver complaint*. Pt e
only 11 oo. Your m nay returned ll not aatlmctory.
Guarantee tignadwt'.h each aala. Flactrofodej »rt
mailable. II n t at your Prog gilt* a, aend u« fl-OQ.
State whether lor n an or woman.
WESTERN FLECreoPODK CO.
245 Los Ancclct SU, Los Agarics. Cal.
back and cut. His father brought suit
against the smaller boy and the action
was begun with a warrant for as-
sault. The damage claimed was $500.
When the case cauie up for trial
Mr. Minard was waiting to represent
the Public Service Railway Company
In a suit. The boy came into court
accompanied by his mother, who could
not speak a word of English Mr.
Minard entered his appearance as the
The jury brought in a verdict for
$75 for the plaintiff, which, with the
costs attached, made the judgment
Tho prosecutor asked for a body ex-
ecution In supplementary proceedings.
Judge Jones, to whom the petition was
made, tried in every way to get out
of granting the execution, because of
the boy's age.
He made careful search to find
some authority by which he would
have discretionary powers, and then
he would have refused to Issue the
execution, but he was unsuccessful.
He said he knew nothing of the
merits of the case, because it was not
tried before him, but before Judge
WorraU F. Mountain of East Orange,
who sat for him that day.
Tho boy was taken to Jail.
There was one way to get the boy
out. That was for him to take advan-
tage of the bankruptcy act and to
give bond for double the amount of
the Judgment In ihe meantime. Mr.
Minard became personal surety. The
Inventory of the boy's assets and lia-
bilities were prepared. Here It Is:
One pair of shoes ...........10 cents
One pair of stockings........ 5 cents
One suit ................... 50 cents
One cap ....................10 cents
Total .......................75 cents
Judgment In Orange District
I Court ..................... $95 35
The machinery of the supreme
I court of the state will be necessary to
adjust the nintter.
Betrayed by the Tipping Habit.
"Your friend, the count, my dear,"
said the millionaire to his blooming
daughter, "has an odd way of extend-
ing his hand. Did you notice when we
parted to-night that he held his palm
His daughter sighed.
“I was in hopes," she murmured,
j "that if Alphonse was exposed it
would he found that he was at least a
restaurant waiter—but I'm afraid he
was only a shoe shiner in a barber
Teddy—Sty, what makes yer have
a gun wid auch a long barrel?
Jeddy—'Cause yer kin get closer to
A TRAIN LOAD OF TOBACCO.
Twenty-four Carload* Purchaaed for
Lewis' Single Binder Cigar
W hat is probably the biggest lot of
all fancy grade tobacco held by any
factory In the United Slates has Just
been purchaaed by Frank l*. Lew is, of
Peoria, for the manufacture of Lewis'
Single Binder Cigars. The lot will
make twenty-four carloads, and Is se-
lected from what is considered by ex |
perts to he the finest crop raised In
many years. The purchase of tobacco
is sufficient to last the factory more
than two years. An extra price was
paid for the selection. Smokers ol
Lew is' Single Binder Cigars will appre-
ciate this tobacco.
—Peoria b'/ur, January 16, 1909.
Traveling Man Got Even.
A traveling man called on the man-
ager of a large New York concern the
other day and sent his card in by tho
boy at the outside gate. The boy
sauntered hack lazily and told the
traveling man that the manager
wouldn’t see him.
"Well, you go and ask him for the
card 1 sent in,” said the caller.
In a few minutes the boy returned
from bis second trip. "Say,” remarked
the hoy, “the boss told me to tell you
that he tore up that card, but he sent
a nickel to you to pay for It."
The traveling man was deeply In-
sulted. but 'he decided to get hack as
best he could. He opened his card
ease and drew out another card, hand-
ing it to the boy.
"(Jive this to your boss," he said,
"and tell him that I'll keep the money.
My cards are two for five. Much
The manager rushed out of the gate
to find the traveling man, but he was
too late. The man had left.
When Tempus Didn't Fugit.
Little Helen, during the three years
of her life, had never been separated
from her elder sister night or day for
more than a few minutes at a time;
but at last the time catue when the
sister went away for a whole day.
The child tried every game and occu-
pation that she knew of, and a now
one or two suggested by her mother,
but they all palled.
Finally she gave up and stood and
looked sadly out of the window. Then
site sighed deeply and said:
“It's still the same old day, Isn't It.
mother?”—Woman's Home Companion.
OF THE VIRTUE OP
Lydia E. Plnkham’s Vegetable Compound
What is the use of procrastinating in the face of such
evidence as the following letters represent? If you are a
sick woman or know one who is, what sensible reason have
you for not giving Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Com-
pound a trial ? For 30 years we have been publishing such
testimonial letters as these—thousands of them —they are
genuine and honest, too, ever)’ one of them.
Mr*. 8. J. Harbor sayni
“1 think Lydia E.
is the la'st medi-
cine in the world
I feel it my duty
to let others
know the good it
| lm .4 done n r me.
Three years a go
11 had a tumor
which tho doctor
Is..id would have
to bo removed by an operation or 1
could not live tuoro than a year,
or two, at most. I wrote Mi s. rink-
ham, at Lynn, Mass., for advice, and
took 14 bottles of Lydia E. Pink-
ham's Vegetable Compound, and to-
day the tumor is gone and I am a
perfectly well woman. I hope my
testimonial will bo of benefit to oth-
ers.” — Mrs. 8. J. Hajujek, Scott,
Mrs. E. F. Hnyea nays:
”1 was tiiider tho
ment for a fibroid
tumor. I suffered
with pain, sore-
and could not
walk or stand on
my feet any
length of time. 1
wrote to Mrs.
Pinkluim for ad-
__ directions and
took Lydia E. Plnkham’s Vegetable
Compound. To-day I ain a well
woman, tho tumor was exirelled aud
whole system strengthened. I
Mrs. Georfe May *ays*
No one know!
what 1 hare suf-
fered from ta-
SlMy doctor said
$ he could not giro
niy 1 „
naviso all women who are afflicted
with tumors or female troubles to
try Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable
Compound.” — Mrs. K. F. Hayir,
1890 Washington St., Boston, Mass.
For 30 rears Lydia E. Plnkham’s Vegetable
Compound hsis been tho standard remedy for
female ills. No sick woman duos justice to
herself who will not try this famous medicine.
Made exclusively from roots nnd herbs* and
has thousands of cures to its credit.
Mrs. Pinkham invites all nick women
to write her for advice. She has
guided thousands to health free of charge.
Address Mrs. Pinkham* Lynn* Mass.
S^me anything to
|vi cure it. Through
the advice of a
friend I began
to use Lydia &
table Compound, and the palu soon
disappeared. 1 continued its use
and am now' in perfect health.
Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Com-
pound has been a (lod-scud to me
as 1 believe 1 Bhould have been in
my grave if It had not been for Mrs.
Pinkham’s advice and Lydia li
Plnkham's Vegetable Compound.
—Mia. CiEoroe May, 80 4to Are,
Mrs. W. K. Housh sayst
I have been
of a severe fe-
male trouble by
Lydia E. Plnk-
M want to recoin,
■s'; mend it to all »ut
.M faring women."
— Mrs. IV. K.
IIorsn, 7 East-
view Ave., Cln
____ cinnati, Ohio.
Because your case is a dill)cult
one, doctors having done you no
good, do not continuo to suffer with-
out giving Lydia E. Plnkham’s Veg-
etable Compound a trial. It surely
has cured many eases of female iliac
such as 1 nrtummat ion, uloeration,dha
placements, fibroid tumors, irregu-
larities, periodic pains, backache,etc.
ACertainCure for Sore.weak &InflamedEyes.
MITCHELLS 0* SALVE
MAKES THE USE OF DRUGS UNNECESSARY. Price. 25 Cents Drunghts
$100 Reward, $100.
The reader* nt this paper will bo pleased to learn
that there is at leant one tlmmi-d diseme that wirticw
ha. been able to eurc In all Its scutes, and thnt »
Catarrh. Haifa Catarrh cure la the only positive
rurp now Known to the nirtllral ttaternlly. Cat.irrb
being a constitutional dlacaao. rcqutrra s constitu-
tional treatment. Uall'a Catarrh Cure to taken In-
ternally acting directly upon the bloud and muroua
furfaces ol the system. thereby destroying the
foundation of the dtaeme. and giving the patient
strength by building np the constitution anil use vot-
ing nature In doing Its unrk. The proprietor* have
so niurh ralth in It* curative powers that they offer
One Hundred Hollar* fur any cane that It falls to
cure Send for lint of testimonial*
Address K .1 < Ilf VEY A CO., Toledo, O
Sold by all Druggists. 75c.
late Uan s family nils for constipation.
Two handsome young women, be-
comingly dressed, slipped and fell to-
gether In the slushy pool of the cross-
ing. They arose wet and angry.
"Wring out. wild belles,” comment-
ed an observer, su< h an addition of In-
sult to injury being condemned by all
who overheard.—Philadelphia Ledger.
Important to Mothers.
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTOIMA, a safe and sure remedy for
infants and children, and see that it
A Bright Idea.
Yeast.—It is said that the baya bird
of India spends his spare time catch
ing fireflies, which he fastens to the
aides of his nest with moist clay. On
a dark night a baya's uest glows like
an electric street lamp.
Crlmsonbeak Say, there' a bright j
idea for decorating that keyhole In 1
my front door!
It’s No Wonder.
Aurora.—Why are commuters al
ways so thin?
Borealis.—Probably because they
train down every day.-Yale Record. I
The most practical and economical fence made for yard, law*,
garden, orchard or stock. Sold in 7} and 8o-foot rolls and
painted with the celebrated "Monitor" paint. I.asy to erect
and more durable than ordinary fences. Made in heights of
three to si* feet of selected straight grained yellow pis*
pickets. See your lumlter dealer or write
THE HODGE FENCE A LUMBER CO.. Ltd.. Laka Charles, La.
is Clogged up
That’s Why You’re Tired-
Sorts—Have No Appetite.^
will out you right
in a lew day a.
FREE TO YOU
a cent bos of N smut.inf. Any sul-
lertr Irom headaches, neuralgia, cold*
or Lalirippe. send your address to
EUKEKA MEDICAL CO. South Bend. 1st
for a box of Nm balink free Agents
wanted Good profits
OLD SORES CURED
In Use For Over ,‘tO Years.
The Kind You Have Always Bought.
Called Her Bluff.
"He's a brute!"
“Wliut hap he been doinR now?”
"I threat' ued to leave him mid ho
told me lie would button my gown up
the back If I would hurry."—Houston
"Is hla family well connected?"
"Kxtremely so. They have an ex-
clusive private phone."
Vllt'H CI.OTIIKS I.OOK YKI.I.OWI
••I'ink Kyr” la I'lpldc title.
Attacks the Kyis In the HpnnicUme. Is
Contusions and Culls for Immediate Ac- |
tlon. Mnrlno Eye Kenietiy Affords Bell- 1
lib's Relief. It Soothes, Apply Murine
Freely und Frequently. Doesn't Smart.
Chappie.—1 was Bitting by my bed
wrapped in my thoughts.—
Dollle.—Goodness! Didn't you take |
an awful cold?—Cleveland Leader.
There Is nothing that makes men 1
rich and strong, but that which they
carry within them. Wealth i« of the
heart, not of the hand.—Milton
What Governor Denaan, off IHInala*
Says About It l
isaiocsi, ladigtitioa, and Sick n*adache.
SMALL FILL SMALL DOSE, SMALL MtiCI
GENUINE mint bear signature:
Hookriiul KHM, h»*.an,
>rp«l. k A !>•*ranee, \> .1 •shill ” nil
1>.C. I. >t. r* Bi’it ri’t'h ii« 1
pm!cat to work with air)
atai t lists Glutbet Liegot
0110 who •«! ISiUa4
irnor l>enoon. of Illinois,
(on of Inn'l in Huhkntc!
Cun i l«. He I
"At a u Amerteea I Ml
■lelin'ii. 1 io •*» tkm ra»
TDurk'itil* proireae of
Writ era Cannde. Oif
iH‘o(>lf am flockingocrufl
tho botnuWy In thoe
Hie, and I have l
t ono who adi—_
ho had made a in i stake.
They are all doing well.
There i« eonroelf a non*
_niuuity lu the Middle or
~ VVoatiTh State* tha$ he*
not g representative 114 Mauitofa^
ftonkatchenuu or Alhcrte.'
12S Million Bushels of
Wheat in 1909
Wontorn Onegll Bold orope for
19*4 fill f nrlftlv MOlG tothofaTB
i-r $1 74MHMI.OOO.OO lit mail.
I r«§« lloBMMtmileuf ItMi wr*e,
iiikI |»n*-4 inptlofia lOOerrej
.it * (DO
•<t«oi»eiilo i>rl<’*e. Muny fnrm-
liuve for tli«*lr luiul mil
tin tnle* huvejjgnd for sale
The Tenderfoot Farmer
of il$4« iir*»' iixH of ore « ron.
hpl« ii4lt<l 1 llmoto. k'mmI M-hookb,
I’tK llfiit rnllwity lilt Ice, low
fri liftit nil«*«». H'hmI, outer mud
lumber *0*11? otitAlnrd.
For i.timphl*»t “loot B*»t
f*nrtu tilnrs n« to aultalde loreikm
and low *ottlere* rate, apply to
of 1mm Is; rail on. Ottawa,
Co*** or to Cacudlen Oov'l A goal
Whst Is Truth?
The true itt Ihe opposite of whatever
Is Instable, of whatever Is practically
disappointing, of whatever Is useless, .- ,,.M .
of whatever Is un verifiable and unsup- f ^ *m- 2 !>! p.ckage 3 cents,
ported, of whatever Is Inconsistent nnd
contrualctory. of whatever Is artlfi
iWlJL. J V AU.KN.b-M' >
te the word to remember
when you need a remedy
dal and eccentric, of whatever Is un-
real In the sense of being no practical
account. Here are pragmatic reasons
with a vengeance why one should turn
to truth—truth saves us from a world
of that complexion I'rof. William
James In hla new book "The Meaning
Mrs Vlctlmmlns—Did you know our
plumber Iibs pneumonia?
Mr. Vletlmmtna - No; but 1 am not
aurprlsed to hear he haa; he sent me
a hill yeaterday for 15 hours’ tlms on
(he rold wster leak
A Fitting Fat*.
see they are ranking the punish-
msnt fit the crime In New York.”
"They are going to put th* Irs bins
In tbe cooler
Bear your own burdens first, after
that help to carry those of other poo
to rrnir \ rot t> i> owr i»av
r»k- I.WATIVI ItKttMo yiilnlie- TabtHs.
l4niggl»4 - refund MoiftM If It fall* Ui « ufG 1C W.
lilies M. M alguulur* kiuu l»oi. Me
There are any number of women
violinists, but did you ever meet s
woman who could piny the fiddle?
IIHI 4 k I I Til \T ( Ol till
With Al "i , I ■ it* ft1 ..... On- miHilar faatllr ffat-
fit? 11 «ttr»’h wltrro 111 hr f hnudlu t fall. All *l«*il*
*10. SO Mr II Ull iKitllf.
Every night watchman Is entitled to
his dnv dreams.
It was one of itliese experimental farmers, who put green
spectacles on his cow and fed her shavings. Ilis theory
was that it didn't mutter what the cow ate so long as alto
was fed. Tho questions of digestion and nourishment hid
not entered into his calculations.
It’s only a “tenderfoot” farmer that would try such
•n experiment with s cow. But many a farmer feeds him-
stlf regardless ol digestion and nutrition, lie might almost as well eat shav-
ing* for all tlie good he gets out oi his food. The result is that the stomach
grows “weak” the action of the organs of digestion and nutrition arc iinpu.red
aud tho man suffers the miseries ol dyspepsia and the agonies of nervousoess.
To strrnithtn the ntommch, Nifow the activity of the or-
ient ot digestion and nutrition und brace up the nerves*
use Dr. Pie res* a Golden Medical Discovery, it h> •« ua-
tailing remedy, and haa the confidence ot phyalclane aa
well aa the pralae ot thoueaada healed by Its use.
In tl»* strictest sense “Golden Medical Discovery” is * temperance rm-di-
cine. It contains neither intoxicant* tu>r narcotic*, and is as free from alcohol
a* Irom opium, cooains and other dangerous drugs. All ingredieot* printed on
its outside wrapper. .
Don’t let a dealer delude you for his own profit. There Is no medu ine lor
stomach, liver and blood “just a* good” as "Golden Medical Discovery.
I S. CRAWFORD
^ Vi I to. US 'J. lists Street. I<«us Cltf.is.
(ITog i lilrMi ucGHKt you. I
“I used Casearct* and feel like a new
nun. I have Ix-i-n a sufferer from dys*
jh pt«ia and sour stom ich for the last twd
yrnrs. I have liecn taking medicine ami
other drugs, but could fiixl uu relief only
(or a Abort time. I will recotnmeoa
Cascarets to my friends as the only thiqg
for indigestion and sour stomach ami Is
keep the bowels in good coaditkai.
Thev sre very nice to eat “
II trrjr Stuck ley, Mauch Chuuk, Pa.
n*B«int. Palatable, Potent. Tonte Good.
poCimid Never blcken. Weak»o<>r<»Hpa.
gk . 29s *0c. Never Sui t In bulk. The arte
uin" I ablet stumt'cl l’ C C. Uuartotoad to
sure or ) out utonay back.
W. N. U.. Oklahoma City. No. 11-1I1#.
Home men go to their graves with
out discovering that they w>rc not un
importimt as they thought they ware
Mr*. Winslow'* aonlliliig *ymp.
X,. to hi ul r,.n teethm*. Wiftcnslhr ,ttta«, ml.........
nsiuniaiinn.allar»paln.<-are««intli*>lle. «•-* tsi'tle
\ rrab eating monkey In Slum
swims Ilka a fish.
AND ALL NOSE
AND THROAT DISKAS
Cure* the sink aii't *eU a* a |>r*T*ntlv* for oilier*. Liquid ••
the limit nr. bale fur briH-l ware* anil all other*. Ileal kill tier reiwadJiW
rent* ami II <0 » b«.»tlf; Oh UO and $10 HU Ihe doles Wold l»7 elldnuftMU
^n.l burnt fumlM boUN««, or Mill tiprvM pki<1, bf Ihi»
SPOHN MEDICAL CO, CkemisU. GOSHEN, INDIANA
You Look Prematurely Old
•iMUH of 04000 ugly, griuly. groy holro.
'LA ONBOLI” MAIN RUTOMIN. NI4IOI. 11.00. rololl.
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