Okeene Eagle. (Okeene, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, January 5, 1906 Page: 2 of 8
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THE OKEENE EAQLE
OK KEN E, OKLAHOMA
E. T. REllFICLD
That Virginia veteran who refused
n pens ' n and back pay to the amount
of f7,< •! is the sole veteran of his
A large proportion of the New York
saving'-- bank depositors are foreigners
—chli fly Italians, Gentians, Hunga-
rians and Poles. One Italian, a ke- it-
er of a corner fruit-stand, whose earn-
ings w» re acquired a copper at a tinn ,
lias $2O,0<K) on deposit in a savings
The majority of the New York Ohl-
lu se women devote certain hours earn
day to study. They teach their young
children the precepts of the Chinese
r< llgion. No matter how well edu-
cated a Chinese child may be in the
Atm 1 Tan schools, lie d-avotea a certain
time to the perusal of Chinese litera-
ture ani] the history of his father's
Editors and tailors are not the only
pei i.ns w ho are made happy on occa-
sions by the present of n pair of scis-
sors. A gift of this kind was made to
the Emperor William of Germany re-
cently. and if he was not made happy
by it Mu re has been no Intimation to
the ( m'rary. The fact that th * par-
ticular pair of scissors cost $500 might
Lave made some difference.
Mon: of the Chinese women in New
York s Chinatown have servants to do
the conking and the heavy work of the
household. Negro women arc em-
ployi I two or throe times a. week to
scrub floors, wash windows, and clean
house generally, and the Oriental wife
and daughters devote themselves to
the care of the young children, to
amusements, and the needle-work, in
Which they have few rivals.
Th to are signs thnt the era of the
"skyscrapers” will before long begin
in London. There Is an apparent bar
to its introduction in London, as the
county council's building art prohibits
such structures, but, like all restrict-
ive ne .tail res, It Ih not prohibitive. An
ingenious suggestion for Introducing a
skyscraper In the guise of a "tower”
is made, and It haH additional Interest
from the fact that it come# within the
scope of the by-laws._
It is .almost incredible, yet it is
true, tha', because of recent dis-
clos'.tres affecting the great lift-insur-
ance companies, thousands of policy-
holders have permitted their policies
to lapse. A sort of panic seems to
have seized upon them, and it has
been far more costly to them than
to the insurance companies. In many
instances new Insurance can never be
obtained, and In all cases the*policy
holder has sacrificed the advantages
which accumulate with time.
NEWS OF THE Week
Most. J.npcrtAnt Happenings of the
Past Seven Days.
IrttrMtlnc Items Cliillifrul from All I'nrts
of Urn World Condensed Into Smell
Spare for the Itenetlt of
Carrie Muss, a 14-ye.ir-old girl, was
frightened to death nt Tahle iuah. I.
T., by th£ explosion of torpedoes by
Mrs, A H Dibble, the first president
of the Woman's Christian Temperance
Union, who with Frances Willard
founded that organization, is dead at
her home in Grass Valley, Cal.
Former United States Senator Hard
of California, was seriously Injured
recently In a runaway accident near
Oxnard, that slate.
Louis N. Megaree, a well-known
Philadelphia newspaper man, is dead
Mrs. Stewart Sheldon, mother of Rev.
Charles M. Sheldon, author of "In His
Steps." is dead in Topeka
was 74 years of nge.
\ iscount Slttzo Aoki 1ms been ap-
pointed the first Japanese ambassador
to th® United States. The American
ambassador will be named in the neur
The anthracite coal miners of Penn-
sylvania have decided to present Miss
Alice Roosevelt a ear load of coal as
a wedding present in recognition of her
father's services in settling the great
miners' strike of 1902.
The supreme court of New York
has ordered the New York Life In-
surance company to furnish a list, of
Missouri policy holders to W. D. Van-
diver, state superintendent of Insur-
ance for Missouri.
Tlie office of the Allied Iron associ-
ation of New York was recently
wrecked by a bomb thrown through
one of the windows. The building
was used as an employment ageuey
for structural iron strike breakers.
A factory fire in the heart of New
York's tenement district recently
caused a loss of $500,000.
Tite Hultau of Morocco has refused
to agree to tlie holding of the inter-
national conference on Moroccan re-
forms in Madrid.
According to Andreas Stoekbcrger, a
German emigrant lately arrived in Bos-
ton, the recent bloodshed In Odessa,
Russia, was due to the Jews attacking
'All but one of the building trades
unions of New York "have signed agree-
Kan. She \ nients with their employers fixing
i wages lor from one to three years.
The agreements go into effect on Jan-
The freight traffic men of Kansas
have clodded to refuse to obey the
Order of the railroad board to reduce
As a reward for defending the post ! rat »s, unless compelled to do so by the
office at Emma, N. C., front burglars courts.
S. II. Alexander lias been promoted I A new high record price for a seat
from a laborer to a clerkship in the- on the New York stock exchange
department. was reached recently when $35,000 was
M ij. James C. Lacosto, a confederate paid.
CURE THE HABIT
No matter what the death certificate says, the fundamental cause
[ cf one-half the deaths recorded is constipation. It robs the com-
GRANITE MAUSOLEUM BEING 1 plexion of its clearness, the eye of its brightness. It’s a slow but
ERECTED AT CANTON, o. j sure form of suicide. Cure yourself of the habit, not by drugs but by
eating daily of foods like
WHEAT FLAKE CELERY
Will Stand on a Terraced Wound Sev-
enty Feet High—Remains of Mar-
tyred President to Rest in Sar-
cophagus of Solid Granite.
Four years ago last September the
McKinley National Memorial associa-
tion was organized in response to the
widespread sentiment all over the
country and among all classes of cit-
izens that the memory of our mar-
tyred president should he honored by
some suitable monument. When the ma(je frpm the whole grain &f the wheat,Vhich, if eaten dailv, wil
■ a"8 ™de public and subacrip- hd tQ ovcrcome habitual constipation,
tions asked, the money began to pour r 1
in. not in large amounts, for the large______ mushed with boding milk.
contributions were not sought, h^ in
small sums given by a people v^iosr
hearts were in sympathy with the en-1
terprise. A fund of over $500,000 ha«
been accumulated during the four ,
years, and now it is proposed to go
on and secure an additional $100,000'
as a permanent endowment for the
care and proper maintenance of the
mausoleum when compltled.
Last May the a soriation at a meet-j
ing held in New York approved a 1
design submitted by H. Van Buren
Magonlgle, of New York city, and on
the last day of the same month a
contract was closed with the Harrison
Granite company, of New York, for
the execution of the work, it being
understood that work would he begun
at once and pushed as rapidly as po«-
Nutritious—Palatable—Easy of Digestion and Ready to Ea
Dr. Price, the famous food expert, the creator of Dt. Price’s Cream Bakins Powder and
Delicious Flavoring Extracts.
FOR SALE BY ALL REPRESENTATIVE GROCERS
10 C;n:s a Packs'.:. As much nourishment as threa loaves of bread.
John Was Nervous, and the Mistakes
He Made Were More Than
veteran who took part in the firing
of the first gunH at Fort Sumpter at
the outbreak of the civil war, is
dead at Birmingham, Ala.
John I). Benedict, superintendent
of public schools of Indian Territory,
has announced his resignation to ac-
cept the position of master In chan-
cery of the United States court at
E. E. Snyder, former banker at
Olin, In., whoso failure cost the de-
positors $100,000, hns been sentenced
to pay n line of $100 and costs.
Sarah Bernhardt, the French actress,
has appealed to Ambassador Jusserand
for protection against the American
William R. Hearst, late candidate
for mayor of New York, has announced
his retirement from con,cress at the
end of his present term.
James H. llyde. former he il of the
Equitable Life Assurance society, h o ’ An explosion of gas in a McKeesport,
The New York clearing house, iep
resenting 53 banks, cleared last year
$56.000.000,000. The average dally
clearings were $200,000,000, and the
u\i cage dally balance paid In mottej
was $10,000,000. Tite next biggest
(baring house is that of Chicago, with
clearings of $S,000.000,000. The New
York clearing house is, in fact, the
mosi important business institution In
the world, its traits n (Ions exceeding
those of the clearing house of Loudon
last jtar by six billions.
New York City has nearly half, or
700,000, of the entire Jewish population
of the l nite.l States, or many times
none of t'rs race than were ever gath-
ered before in any single community,
front the patriarch Abrahams days
down to those of I)r. Herxl, the Zion-
ist. From three per cent, of the popu
latIon of the city In 1880 the Jews
have grown to fifteen per cent, in
1905, and their expansion, proportion-
ately as well as absolute, continues at
a hlg t rate. Every sixth person met
on the - tec;* of New York Is a Jew.
A prophecy of world-wide bloodshed
nnd horror during the year 1906 had
been Issued by Mine, tie Thebes, who
■was accredited as court diviner to the
superstitious Napoleon and Eugenie
It is said that site predicted the down
fall of the second empire As her
vaticinations for next year the seeresa
says; ‘Germany is to come very near
to a *ntash early in the year; South
Amt rim will be contorted w ith wild
upheavals, and the United States will
he decimated by an unconqucred epi-
demic," and many other calamltUa
The second highest chimney In
America has been completed for a
plant hi Newark, N. J. It is 35<t feet
high. Just 15 feet less than the stack
of the Ortord Copper Co, of Bayonne,
N. J.. hut it is said to he a far finer
piece of structural work. As Its cost
would suem to Indicate—.$35,090, or
IH " pi ;• foot of height It Is ns com-
pic',, as the best of material and labor
could louko it. Aside from this, Il is
an engineering feat of no mean pr
portions, for it Is built on the trench
nous >a’t meadow* Just to the east
it \ . « ark. _
The meat question Imposing starva-
tion upon the poorer classes of people
totalise of the excessive high price of
mat In Germany ia a atrange condl
turn of clvUllratlon. The German
funnels aecurc I legislation prohibiting
American meat and live cattle, which
gives them the monopoly of trade, bit
they arc unable 6# raise half enough
meal to supply the great population
Indeed no European couoiry can or
does now produce meat enough to sup
p’y the demand. The people of Get-
many appeal In vain to the officials
tor relief to admit Auu rkau meat.
The casualties resulting from the re
cent fighting in Moscow are estimated '
at 5,000 killed and 14,000 wounded.
Uri sident Morales of Santo Domingo
has fled from the capital of the re-
public with a few followers. Several
insurgent chiefs have taken up arms
aynln.-t the government and are in
pursuit of the tleeing official.
He was ejubarrai-sed. ill at ease: she
Was calm, self-passe -c<l, relates the Bal-
“If it were only over.” he wlpt-perod,
excitedly; "I know I 11 do it wrong.’’
,, , , , , “It won't take long, John.” *he an-
sible to completion. That good prog- FW,.|,-d. consolingly. • x-..„ t..
res>8 has been made is evident from
the fact that the corner stone lias just
been laid, and another year will see
the work completed and the mound
on which the mausoleum is to stand
made one of the most beautiful and
imposing 8pots in the country.
Early In the life of the association
You haven't niu h
The minister was speaking: "Kindly
change places with the bride.”
.John attempted to do so. st'pjs-d on
the toe of he.' shoe, and raising his arm
caught h:« (uffluitum in her veil.
"Do he careful,” she implored.
"Oh,” lie groaned: "before all these
staring people, too.”
The minister began the ceremony. John
25 acres of land adjoining Westlawn
American applicants for audiences of I cemetery at Canton () where the re grew more embarrassed, and jumbled with
the Pone mu., in the future be recoin- mains of President'McKinley now lie | ^ ^ pulled out ’i.is
in. by their respective bishop*. 1.....- ■ ... 1 ■ •
The pontiff has recently been irritated
by tHe presentation to him of several
objectionable persons from the United
The Russian minister of finance lias
authorized the issuance of short term
treasury bonds to the extent of $800,-
The business portion of Herndon,
Ivan., including seven store buildings
was recently destroyed by fire.
THE ROAD OF ANTHRACITE
Popular Because of Its Superb Serv-
left New York for Paris to remain for
an indefinite period.
Mrs. Robert Fitzsimmons, wife of
the pugilist, has taken up her re-i-
detice in South Dakota where she will
institute proceedings for divhrce.
E. E. E McJlinsey, n St. Joseph,
Mo., newspaper man has been ap-
pointed American consul to C 11 o,
J. C Russell, of Ann Arbor. Mich.,
has been elected ptesldent ot the
Geological Society of America at a
meeting re ently held in Ottawa, Ont.
Pa., residence fatally burned Mrs. Hat-
tie Sweeny and seriously injured eight
members of her family recently.
A forecast of th" report of Judge
\V. J. Calhoun, special commissioner
to Venezuela, states that the action of
Pie-blent Castro in relation to the
New York and Bermudez Asphalt
company will he upheld.
The Portugese cabinet hns tendered
their resignation- to King Charles. A
new cabinet will be formed in January.
The Omaha grain exchange iias
adoptcil resolutions protesting against
. ; Jjhk
: .i- 'T: U kmI
iiiiiulkerchief and excitedly mopped
The church wan quiet save for the voice
cl tlie iniiiixter.
“If any jierson know- any ju-t rea-
son lie was saying, "why these two
should not lx- joined together, let loin
How speak, or forevei
"1 will!” shouted John.
so naii.road in Tnn would
offer- to the traveler a more picturesque
route thin the Lackawanna Railroad.
Leaving New York the train crosses the
far-tamed -Jersey meadows into the'high-
land- of New Jersey. Skirting ths‘Dela-
ware River the journey lies directly through
tiie Delaware Water Gum one of the most
noted scenic view- in the world. Thence
to the summit of the l’ocono Mountains,
2.000 feet rlxne the level of the sea, the
train indies into Scranton, beyond which
another mountain range is passed fcclore
Binglumtc n is reached. Here the road
skill- the beautiful Su-quehannu River,
running from there into the valley of the
Chemung River and then into that of
the Genesee. Tlie entire journey lies
through a continuous panorama of rip-
pling brooks, leaping cataracts towering
moun ains and hill-sliadowed lakes, which
for diversity of interest and beauty of
landscape i- not equaled anywhere on the
can do no more for llie protection o(
trains than i- furnished bv the signal sys
tern in operation upon the .Lackawanna
Railr Vail. ' Brightly painted semaphore* by
day end colored light- by night n-i-li tlieir
warning to the awift-tiymg trains. These
_ . --- , - , siun.ili divide the line into blocks, and no
Just Wonderful. 1 tram permitted to enter them until
Vc«*ry. Mi—., Jan. 1st (Special).—The preceding trains have passed out of way.
case of Mrs. ('. V . Pearson, who resides Where diverging trucks ate met. a system
here, i« a particularly mlere-ting one. ( f interlocking switches makes the danger
Here is the story told bv Mr. Pearson, of accident impossible. Crossings, grades
her husband, in his own words. I!e and curves are protected by the most
says:— modern equipment for the safety of trains.
"My wife's health was bad for a long |f for am reason this wonderful me< ban-
time. List July -lie was taken terrible bni fails to work, signals are automatically
bad with spr-ms. 1 sent for the doctor, set at “danger,” and not a wheel move*
and alter making a thorough examination until the trouble is ascertained,
of iier. lie said undoubtedly the cause
cf her trouble was a disordered state of
THE M'KINM.ET MEMORIAL AS ft
WILL APPEAR WHEN COMPLETED.
guarded by the soldier sentry, were
Judge William J. Penfleld, of Indiana ihe discrimination in corn rates to purchased. This tract Included a
Baltimore, Md., by the Chicago, Mil- j mound some 70 feet In height, which
solicitor of the st-ite department, has
ha* resigned hi* position with the
Benjamin Ullman. a pioneer packer
of St. Joseph. Mo., is dead aged SI
Edwin (). Soule ex-cashier of on
Iowa Falls bmk recently completed a
waukee A St. Paul railroad between
Omaha and Kansas City.
The s-tatement of Andrew Hamilton,
the legislative agent of the New York
Life Insurance company, now in Paris,
was re .‘ently placed before the Arm-
strong Investigating committee. He
sentence for the embezzlement cf j refused to produce his check book or
$::oihio. He w.ih rearrested at the door any account of the money paid out
of the state i risen on a charge of cm- by him to control legislation, although
bezlement as bailee. j admitting that an agent was employed
Charles T. Yerkes. the noted railway , in every state capital in the country.
financier of Chicago and London, died
recently in lilt- apartments in the Wal-
Tlie United States supplied more
;han one Half of the petroleum pro-
dorf-Astoria hotel. New Y'ork. where he I duced ir. the world in 1904. The total
had l.een ill for more than six week*. j output was 9,803.000.000 gallons, of
Dr. Oliver It. Hart, son of a wealthy | which this country furnished 4,916-
resldeut of St. Ixtuis, who recently UO.M'O gallons.
pleaded guilty In Chicago, df the mur-
der cf a ten-year-old-girl, has teen
sentenced to 45 years in the peniten-
v |«cel Ih nraiia.
In ft rt»ar-#*mi collision nt Mcrii1#n*
Miss, ret ently two men were killed
and three others badly Injured.
An epidemic of spinal meningitis
hits developed among the horses in
Williamsburg. N. Y„ many dropping
District Attorney Jerome has been
furnished a copy of all the evidence
submitted to the Insurance investigat-
ing committee. A grand Jury Is to lie
(.tiled in February to consider the
The annual report of tite mine In-
spector for Indian territory shows a
total production of 2,970,961 tons of
The ikantic government dry dock
Dewey, has begun It* 14.009 mile Jour-
Island to the
was thought to he particularly appro-
priate for the purposes intended, and
upon this hill the mausoleum is being
The de-ign has the unqualified ap-
proval of tlie committee In charge, and,
while of severe simplicity, it is fully
believed that it will prove eminently
effective, characterizing the quiet dig-
nity of the life of President McKin-
it is to be of rink Milford granite,
^circular in form, 75 feet in diameter
*at the base and about 100 f(?et in
height from the foundation. This
structure will be reached by a flight
of approach steps 50 feet in width. In
fout runs, with wide landings be-
tween, constituting a rise of 55 feet In
all. The hill will lie terraced to con-
form with the landings on the stair-
case, presenting on tlie whole a ter-
raced mound, surmounted by the strum
ture proper. At the base of the stair-
case there will be built a pla/.a 200
feet in width, lying trausversely to the
axis of a mall or main approach, run-
ning through the property tielonging
to the association in a southeasterly! #
direction to Linden avenue, that will •
he the natural approach from the J
heart of tite city to the memorial. •
This approach from Linden avenue *
to the plaza will lie about 1,000 feet •
In length. D will he 170 feet in width •
at the pla.-a and 50 fact in width •
ll.i inlet tot i!i pat line i lei «!> bled with the pnrnt modus vivcndl nnd'at Linden tVentte, with a watrway •
to rc(o til e Chief Rogers a- head of iHat there will In* no need of assistance > or "long water," In the center, run- J
the Cherokee Indian nat'on until March iront th< United State* in quelling the ning from the plaza 540 feet south- •
4 next, when the tri' al govt iujucut dlsi iirban< • * in the republic. easterly, this waterway being SO feet •*
cease Filipinos who spoke at a banquet wide at the base of the pla/a and 50
Thu arrrutary of the Navy nml Mrs. i tendered \V. J. Bryan In Manila de-
Bonaparte will entertain the President mantled immediate independence for
and Mrs. Roosevelt at a formnl ihe islands and sold thy were looking
dinner on hoard the Mayflower oil i to him to champion their cause. Mr.
February 6, Bryan made no promises. Ag'itnaldo
According to lnte reports received was among those prrtient.
front the Orient the 1 ..colt lu China I Alter a division of nearly 100 ya trs
has become so Mirim* that a number ( arrangements were completed by the
of American house* have closed their ' committees of the Northern Ureshyter-
door* until the ooartltlona change. Ian and the Cumberland Presbyterian
H. H Leighton Co. stock broker* J eharchea at St. I^ouia recently which,
of IttiMo.i. have a dgned. Their lla- when formally ratified, will unit* G>e
the Kid ttys. Hi* medicine didn't -ec^n
to be doing Iter much good, so a- I heard
about IN dd'« Kidney Bills. I got her n
box ju-i to give them a trial. Well, tlie
effect was ju-t wonderful. I saw that
they were the right medicine and I got
two mote boxes. When she had taken
tlu'-e -he was -o much better that she
bad increased thirtv pounds in weight.
She ;s now quite well and we owe it all
to Dodd's Kidney Bills.”
Those Things We Snv.
M ;s Withers (showing photograph of
her "If i I'm aft .•! it' rather failed
nARD COAL IS USED
exclusively on all passenger trains of thC
Lickuwanrih Railroad. This is of peculiar
intere-t to the traveler over its line, for
the ;no miles of beauty lying between Now
York anil Buffalo may be viewed through
open windows, without danger from flying
cinders or annoying smoke. The roadbed
being Wek-balliisted, there is no dust, nnd
the comforts of the journey are further
assured by superb Pullman cars and high
buck'd airy coaches.
‘‘OKDKIl Wit AT TOU WANT;
par only f r what vou order." i« the apt:
phrase which describes the dining-car sys
tern ‘it the Lackawanna Railroad. Meals
are a la carte, which means that the tr*v-
l-T* judTuVon^Mra? ^iesVC : not^o oHer .melahc-
^ 1 f, ,inv me menu. Tlie car* are stocked with
A Guaranteed Cure for Piles. elmicc-t tiling* a great market like
Itching, Blind. Bleeding, Protruding Pile*. New York afford*, while fruit, milk,
l'rugrists are authorize l to refund money if cream, eggs anil similar article* are sc
BazuOistxiknt fails to cure in 0 to 14 days. 50c cured fre-li every day from tlie vast dairy
♦ - ’ and ..grieultural region through wlmh the
It is better to have children smile at nMI* ,un*-. through ’,,‘ulk‘ ' 1*''!i''
your coming than to have them tremble ! tng zars, whose manage
at tlie mention of your name. j direct contiol 1 f •' .
-ft. ANT RAILROAD AOKNT
Yellow clothes are unsightly. Keep them will be glad to give further information
white with Bed Cross Ball Blue. All in regard to the Lackawanna s?r\ ice
grocers sell large 2 oz. package, 5 cents, which embraces three through trains leav-
ing Chicago at lt>:35 A. M. (arriving at
He needs to wear wading boots who ^eT,TorK ■*',*!. **2, 'i in'inu'
takes short cuts to sue ee-s. _ j '^ndngNeW York *15 ILM.L and full
u-wis’ Single Binder straight 5c. You /o*GeorgefA' Cufien''f?!»n-
piiy 10c for cigars not so good. Y our d nl- L, w...... ............... ami \.t„,„„
cr or Lewis' Factory, Peoria, 111.
An ounce of intention is woith a ton of
end 'Vestel n Passenger Agent, 101 Adam*
The people to whom life is a burden are
usually a burden to life.
In the street and dying before medi- ney front Solomon's
cal attention could be given. Philippines.
lu a recent fire in cVattie, Wash . | Dominican Minister Joubert ha* no-
one man was killed uud 31 horse* were | tiffed Secretary Root that the troubles
burned to death. in Santo Domingo will not interfere
THE. WHOLE LOT
if we don't heed prevention, we will need a cure. The Old-Monk-Cure
St. Jacobs Oil
If reedy elwejrs (or tU forme of muscular acbei or pains, frem
STIFF NECK SPRAIN
IT CURES ALIKE THE WHOL^ LO*.
wide at its KwthMdferly extrem
itv. Flanking the “Ion# water** will be
four rowH of trees paralleling drive-
wave. two on either aide of the water* I
way. thus affording the visitor an mi
htiitii k arc placed at $5<H1.0W.
Tl.r.o hotels iitul several adjacent
huihlltu* were recently destroy*! by
ftrv In Niagara Falla. N. Y„ musing
* Iiivi estimated *t $14o.ihn».
The Japan**** diet was recently op-
ened by tite «nt(icror who made a
speri h from th* thtone.
A PrcshHerlan church at Mornn,
Kan , has rented n faitu and will oper-
ate «lt to rat*c money to pay the run-
ning expense* of the church.
Th* Hoverninent has ordered the
removal of the lund office fl'oiu Taliie-
qtliih, the < o 1 > 11 it I of the Cherokee nit-
lian to a point In the Creek nation.
two denominations In one body.
Seventy thousand ChrlHain F.nd#a\-
or societies with a membership of 3,*
5d0,tt»t(t will celebrate the twenty-flth
anniversary of the organization on
February 3 next.
A tt uvemrut la on foot nniong tbs
r> i irpi Cement of the New Y'ork Mu-
tual Life Insurance company to forer
the retirement of a number of milllon-
url< s who have been compIrlotiH In the
management of the company'* affair*
All amateur boxing matches, spar-
ring contests and pugilistic touramemi
at every variety have lieen prohibited
obstructed view of the main approach 1
and tite mausoleum from the most j
southeasterly point of the association's
pro(>erty. In a word, n person stand-
ing at the junction of Linden avenue I
nnd the mall he. In effect, at tlie base
of the monument. The itjtcii.ir will
be circular. Ml feet In diameter. vegulato tbo Bowels. Purely Vegetable.
1 SMALL PiLL small dose, small price.
IVwItlrelr ettreff by
theto Little 1 HU*.
They also renero TX»-
tress from lAynp- jolx, In-
digestion and Too Ib-art.y
Eating. A perfect rctn-
edy tor Utzttiu as. Natieea.
Prepared for Alteration*.
“I haven't seen your hoy fur some
time. At college m-w, they tell tne.
Lerntne see. If 1 remember right, he
greatly resembles you. Has your shape
of nose exactly, hasn't he?"
‘‘I ditnno, 1 haven't seen him aence
th' last football game." Cleveland
A Hard Thinker.
Redd—Do you ever stop to think
when you are out In your atn unoblle—
Greene -Yen, I often stop and when
I do I think hard.—Yonkers b ate*-
FOR WOtf £N
troubled with ill* piiciilUr to ___
I'rou Dues*. Bait Taste thur »eg» uaed tn * dou-h* Is maivuk)u:..|r *u
,n tho Mouth. Cvt.Nl
•in iaet.’, cares Icucuitacra «..d gssal cat. fib.
PsxtiMe ie In t*>wd«» Pitnluk dit-oived in imr.
water, m.d i« lit ru t* cleni'AlflR, hed.nj. kciuw.uU1
uid rcononkol da.* liquid siuierptk. for sli
lOtU’T AND WUMItN » bPtiUAL
For «.d« st dragxt-M, W> rente s bo*.
Trial Bos sinl bu k of lortfuctlnns Free.
TNI a. Pssfoi* COMSSNV Oo.TC*. MS**.
Tongue, r un to the Mdo.
TORPID LIYKIt. They
Genuine Must Boar
WANTED aimcht man
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1 • h»t4t'r • I « •
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c'U(ylf«*ll'lr, » *
nut a l m Kh\ t ii
CivinttA ' Bw-ainf w»irk nnd rival wn-'c* 1° the
right man. Heferen c rciiulrril. fV»,‘ pnrVlcu-
Inrs aditresv KOCH V. T. fO , Bo, U, Visr.s. Mias.
an 1 wrfflll ih»w foil
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aha.,,..I*.y • ire «ra
f«**l f»a», fftWI Work In
* a«l*1 And »« will
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win s « atiTMi to aiiv»:kti«».m*
Sl««w alMla l*«l ... .aw Iba ASaarilaa-
aiaal la Ibis r«r«r,
A. N. K. —H
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PISO’S-CURE FOR1. -L,
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Rehfield, E. T. Okeene Eagle. (Okeene, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, January 5, 1906, newspaper, January 5, 1906; Okeene, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1172400/m1/2/: accessed March 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.