The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 148, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 11, 1900 Page: 2 of 8
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THE OKLAHOMA STATE) CAPITAL: THFItSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 11, 1900.
M8. FLYfiN AT
A Most Enthusiastic Audience
Greets the Fres Homes
held ono of th inos
illKH at tlile Iil;<co l;i
po\ii during tiiv <\i cipnlfei
Tv OCT. 10.—
ii T. Flynn
< asful meet-
ening- hn has
i. It was a
great gathering nii'l all applauded the
many telling point* in.i'lQ by Mr. Flynn
In his remark*. The meeting was groat
both In numbeis and lntert. fully two-
thi i ds of,whom wore doniocratH and pop-
nllBtfl itid all uoree that It v u . a decldod
(success and many who have n luke-
warm 1n their support came out openly
and declared that they would support
Flynn In preference to Neff. Many re-
marks were passed comparing the meet-
ing Neff held here a few weeks ago to
last sight's outpouring.
Mr. 13. S. Harries and Chairman Thom-
as Ferguson accompanied Mr.. Flynn ana
both made short speeches during the
evening. Both gentlemen say fhore is
Ho doubt but. that .western Oklahoma
viil give a handsome majority for the,
free homes and statehood. champion.
KNIGHTS OF HYTHIAS.
GRAND LODGE flN SESSION
NEWKIRK, O. •£, OPT. 10.—(SpeoiaJ.)
—The Knights of Pythias f grand 'lodge
Is !n session in this city. • Largo i numbers
of Pythian brthren.are 1 present and are
very enthusiastic 'in* their work, a vast
amount of which has already 'bo<in ac-
complished. Those in position to'fcnow
■ay that it has been the most profit-
able eesslon the Oklahoma grand lodge,
has- ever held. ^
Tonight a banquet-was,given at. the
Hotel Windsor at which 'covers jfor 'm
irere laid. It was a must pleasant'aflalrj
and greatly enjoyed by those present. "*•
Tfc« Went Prenrrptilon f* p Malaria
Chills and FY>ver is a bottle of <1 rove's
TastelQM Chill Tonic. It Is'-almply Iron
and quinine In a tasteless form, • CNo cure
•-no pay. Price 60c.
MEETING AT ANNA,
REPUBLICANS HAVE A xiOREA-T
ANNA, O, T., OCT. 10.-HSpeffla!0^"i
County Clerk Morton and Mr; O. W.VP.
Brown addressed the republicans at CMS
place this evening. The gentlemen pre-'
ciented their views to a^l&rge gathering.
of voter* many of whom .were fulljfc cyn^.
vlncad tha* they presented the truihAand
pipreased themselves • as going i to*sup-
port the republican ticket" both ?county.'<
Corn-h linkers' sprained wrists, -barbed- *
wlro cut*. burne. bruisaq, severe iacerat-
ttona and external Injuries ,of any kind
are proibptiy and \h pplly cured by i*p-
plylng MALLARD'S SNOW UNIH9MV
Price, 7h and 60 centa. J. N. Wallace, the'
comer drug store.
(FREIGHT ^"OARS If JUMP TH E, TRACK*
WATERLOO. O. T.. OCT. 10 —(Special.)
♦-Another -wreck has 'occurred near. h^re
thle afternoon, caused by two empty,
Irtalght. cars.leaving the^ralls and tear-
ing up the rtrack for considerable*^!
tanpe and causing a two hours'delay
to tlsa passenger train. No one was
injured. One of the • coal cars was plac-
i of the track.
THE DUTY GF MOTHERS.
What suffering frequently results
from a mother's ignorance; or inoro
frequently from a mother's neglect to
properly instruct her daughter !
Tradition says "woman must suf-
fer," and young women are so taught.
There i' a little truth and a great deal
of exaggeration in this. If a young
woman sutfers severely she needs
treatment, and her mother hhould sec
that she gets it.
Man*' mothers hesitate to take their
daughters to a physician for examina-
tion ; but no n !her need hesitate to
write freely ab< vt her daughter or
herself to Mrs. lMnkhujn and secure
the most efiicient advice without
barge. Mrs. i'inkhum's address is
The Greatest Political Gather-
ing in Oklahoma Turns Out
to Hear Him.
LAMENT, O. T., OCT. 10.—(Spr rial.)—
The greatest political gathering in tho
history of this county occurred hero to-
The erowd began gathering early In tho
(l.i\i and by the tlrno the speaker of
tho il;i I'ennis Flynn'arrived, the city
was overflowing'with people.
Mr. Flynn w:n met at Jefferson by
a mounted guard of over ono hundred
, <1 many eMisons, uJid he wasbescorted
j.ero^s iho country -for fourteen miles
v\-1;11 iirwit pomp andicercmony.
When the hour for the speaking ar-
rived the throng was greater than ev-
er \ f<>re experienced and it was with
difficulty that those on the outside clr-
ele could hear.
Dennis Flynn vcan count on a good big
mn.iorli\ from-this section at the No-
vt mber election.
Mrs. August Ffalarraf. of Kouth
Byron, Wis., mother of tlie youutf liuly
whOhV portrait wi here publish, wrote
Mrs. Pink ham in January, liWI, sayin(;
her daughter hswl Buffered for two
years with irregular rm'llalrnat.ion
had headache ull the time, and pain in
her Hide, feet swell, and was generally
miserable. Mrs. t'inUhaiu promptly
replied with advioe, and under date of
Maroh, lMttt, the mother writes ajrain
that Lydiu E. PiukhamV Vegetable
Compound cured her daughter of all
pains and irregularity.
Nothing ^in the world equals Mra../
PiuWham's great medicine for retru-
lating woman's peculiar monthly
A Rousing Meeting Held Last
Nighbby the County
ORLANDO,. O. T., OCT. 10.—(Special.)
■The eandklates on the republican coun-
ty ticket • held a great - meeting here
Tho house wns crowded and tho voters
wero very enthusiastic, vociferously
cheering the nianyt , lilts mado by tJio
Tho meeting was addressed oy Hon.
W.,,H. Merten and Judge (Lawrence and
for sound logic, and vivid portrayal of
the principle® of the republican party,
they 'were 'unsurpassed, each of tho gen-
tlemen being In an exceptionally good
Charles Carpenter, James Mabon, and j Qrceley
C. M .Randolph also male short ad-
Orlando township will give a splendid
report of herself at the November elec-
Drinks an Ounce of Laudanam
end is Dead When
RIPLEY, O. T., OCT. 10.—(Special.)—
John Brlqo, a.real estate,dealer at Still
wnter, committed.suicide at the Central
hotel in 'this city today. He swallowed
an ounce of laudunum, and was dead
Brice went to his room about 3 o'clock
ye r-l.'.v ind on his not getting up this
morning, after being called several tim^-a
Li.' iloor was forced, and ho was founu
He leaves n son and daughter, and a
sister. Mrs. Gillette, at Stillwater. His
rash act is attributed to despondency.
Brice claimed to be a nephew of tho
late Senator Calvin Lirlce, of Ohio.
The fetishism of savage Africa make* ! .... . , .
ns shudder, and fill- us With iliw£u*t.
Yet we have fetishes of our own, one of !
them great, widely-worshipped, and in j ] *
whose name crimes innumerab!" are
The n unc of tbit fe-
tish is Igtiorance.
To that powerful
of mothers annu-
ally make sacrifice
of their daughters.
For what is it but
u sacrifice to the
to permit ^irls to
blossom to wom-
anhood, and enter
the marriage rela-
tion without one
helpful hint of the
obligations of that
relation ami its
Just the word
which the mother
fails to & p e i k
would turn the
young girls' atten-
tion to the danger
For it is in the
Ignorance of the mx e ,.vity for regularity
In the periods that^the foundation is laid
for the debilitating drains, the female
weakness, lieaiing-dovrn pnins, inflam-
mation and ulceration that rob marriage
of joy find motherhood of happiness
That " God-send lor women " as wom-
en have named it, Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription, establishes regularity of the
period*, dries up ail unhealthy drains,
cures female disease, and inflammation
and ulceration of the' peculiarly femi-
Women suffering from eli Jesses pecu-
liarly feminine, may consult Dr. R. V.
Pierce, by letter at the Invalids' Hotel,
Buffalo, absolutely without charge or fee.
Each letter is opened in strict privacy,
read as sacredly confidential and to pre-
serve the seal of confidence unbroken,
all replies ore sent in plain envelopes,
bearing no single word of printed matter.
Ilv Walter Vrooroan. Founder of
it ltu kin Hall, Oxford, linalund.
| Whi-n I hear the question. What 18 ^
i the true and best education? I am re- ftJKTn lurr^t pu« bloo®
vtrong nerves and hearty health. Tb.
THE WOOL TRADE.
For Infant* and Children.
tie Kind You Have Always Bought
81GNAL MEN 1IAVR COMMUNICA-
TION WITH PEKIN.
TO CritE A rol l) OKE.DAY
.Take Laicutive Hrpm Quinine'Tablets.
All .druKglirt.s refund the 'tnoney If It falls
lo^cu-e. 10 W. Grovo's signature is on
each box. 25c.
WASHINGTON. OCT. 10.-Get#ml
has received a cablegram from
Cliina saying that the signal corps line
from Tien Tsln to Pekin along the Pel
Ho has been completed. Within a short
time. It is expected the signal corprf line
will bo completed from Tien Tsln to
Takue. making ft through connection ov-
er the lJnln*i Htatoe line from JPekln to
NO speculative TENDENCY and
prices remained STEADY.
HOSTON. MASS . OCT. 10.—Tho Ameri-
can wool and Cotton Reporter will say
of the wool trade tomorrow:
There has been a fair demand fnr wool
during the past week, mostly from th^
smaller mills outside the combine, com-
prising those mak'n* men'** wnf w«r
nr"l woo'ens. l—« <=■< nnrl flr>
nels. Rome of the smaller mills bn/\, it
is- reported, been waiting for the lnrg "-
consumers to take the Initiative In the
matier of purchasing wool, but belns
very lightly stocked, they have con-
cluded to net irrespectively of others and
have accordingly purrhaxed some fair
sized lines of wools, especially territory,
California and Texas and fine unwash
fleeces. The woo'* are purchased to
meet actual rcQuirments there being
st111 no evidence of speculative tenden-
Prices held pretty steady and where tho
consumer really wants the wool the hold-
er can secure practically as good prices
as he could a month ago. Th. Tx>rv4pn
•wool sales on Tufnday of thin
rhowed an averaw/ decline of W- \r
nent on merinoes brea < upuus
ert iv. a- iw ;«r , ^tjt ,
low cross breds quoted unchanged, t/j••
decline, has been discounted some time
The sales of the week in "Ronton
amounted to 2.841,Out* pounds domestic,
against a total of 2 628.MO for the pre-
vious week and a to'al f 4.408.0O0 for
the corresponding week a yiear ago.
Sales since January 1. amount to 101.-
100,000 pounds, against 180,054,100 pounds
for the corresponding time last year.
SIXTO LOPEZ DENIES.
minded of a stranger'who once entered
an American village asking every one
h met kindly to point out to him the
true road. When questioned as to
i where he wanted to go he answered
that he had forgotten the name of the
town, but thought that he might reach
It iu spite of his forgetfuln.'ss if only
some one would be so good us to show j
him the true way. i
In study, us in travel, every road is ;
tho tryo road if only you desire to go ;
where it leads you; the Tightness or i
wrongnrss in every case depending on i
All healthful, vigorous and continu- .
.•us effort of mind or body is education |
and develops the organs or faculties |
exercised. What kind of education is ;
most desirable depends altogether upon j
what kind of n man or woman you
wish to be. The educational problem j
ca inot be intelligently stated (to sa> |
nothing T a solution) until as a basis j
for discussion we determine clearly the
ideal of manhood or special aptitude to
be striven for.
We may discuss Intelligently the
means and routes for travelling from
one definitely determined point to an-
other, but there can be no intelligent
discussion of direction, methods or
routes for going from unlocated start-
ing points to just-better places in gen-
eral. And what con be more absurd
than to suppose that in the complex
and heterogeneous social organization
of the last, years of the nineteenth cen-
tury there is but one type of educated
man, but one true education?
There is not only one, but there are
many true educations, as many as
there are different functions in society.
What should we think of a man who
claimed that the real needs of an unfin-
ished house are a cupola, a bay window
and a third story? To apply the terms
"finish" and "education" to any cut-
and-dried curriculum or process is
equally absurd and illogical.
In coming to college a young man is
often advised not to form any opin-
ions until he has read the great pro-
ductions that fill the formidable book-
shelves shown to him. If he follows
this advice, long before he has thus
prepared himself to hold an opinion
properly he loses the capacity for ever
h?Hng an o^in'on at all.
V/itrer- in every ;;re"t
surest -way to acquire these la by an hon>
Mt ua of thle fwnous medicine, Ho
tetter's Stomach Bitters. For fifty y ri
It has never failed to euro stomach dis-
orders. be*tnntac with oonaUtJJatlon an!
ending with kidney or liver trouble.
See that a rrlvrte ltevea *tu p
\>vcro tuo BMfo °f d;e bottle.
\ Rural News of Oklahoma. \
• • • ♦ •+
SPRINQVAbE. T.. OCT. lO.-'ihe
weather has cleared ofT nicely and cotton
Is being picked fast.
The country was full of democratic
candidates last week.
Mr. T. Wells and sister visited in Bear
The Methodists had a baptising Sunday
two miles east.
Mr. E. E. Williams is on the slckllst.
Mrs. Ford is on the sick list.
Mr. Chappell's child died last week.
Mr. Armstrong's boy is very sick.
A lady In this community whose weight
before dinner was ninety-nine pounds;
after she at dinner she weighed 107.
It. W. Morris picked cotton all day
Jim OoolFby went south Snuday.
A lady v- ill give a lecture to the young
David Smith visited Mr. Morris' Sun-
Jim Goolaby will take a trip to Ar-
of eul- ' kansas this fall.
■ . i
The Giant of Modern
"F3v*ry man phould know something
of la*v, and If he knows enough to 1
keeip out of It he is a pretty good law- i
BRITISH TO EXPLORE TIIE COAL,
PEKIN, OCT. 8, VIA TIEN TSlN,
OCT. 9, UND SHANGHAI (XT. 10.—
The British an planning a small expe-
dition to the coal mine district in the
western iUla to invo«Llg>ato the supply*,
It will leave here Wednesday, October
Chinese who have arrived here from
Talyusnfu assert 'hat <;anera.l Tung
Fuh.Sinn took a large force of his troops
•when he left there. His political is nu*
MONTE CRISTQ WRECKED.
Happiness depends very much on the
condition of the ilvnr and kidneys. The
ills of life make but little impression I leader today received
on those whoa hi digestion is good You j sixt • Lopez in Ttoston,
can regulate your liver and kidneys
with HERB1NE and enjoy health and
buoyancy in spirits. Prioe 60 cents. J.
N. Wallace, corner drug store.
WILL CAMPAIGN Ni NEBRASKA
WASHINGTON, D. C. 0<T. 10.—Post-
master GcneruJ Chas. Emory Smith le t
\V i.-hingt:. n today for Lincoln, Nebra-
L*ampatfpi tour that will cove*
COLORADO SPRINGS, COL., OCT. 10.
—Louis R. Ehrlch, a member of the na-
tional executive committee, imperialist
le of the fore-
most Filipino's and a man who sta
near Agulnaldo denying ^mphatlca;
the authenticity of the proclamation
purporting to have been issued by Agu'-
naiod, January 9th, 1890. In whleh tl r;
Filipino leader instructed hi* followers
to occupy tho house tops along th*: llr.
which the American soldiers should fol
low In entering Manila and urging them
to pour oil and boiling water on the sol-
| dlcrs. The Instructions further incited
i the llfpinos to use spears which would
leave the head of the wearon In the body
of the victims when the shaft was with-
, drawn Slxto L^pez' telegram Is address-
the 13th. b« • j e(j Khrich and reads
■ r 'he multitude "•Vin, hnvinr filled
ihemselves with learning until, lfae u
tin cup with Its bottom burst out, they
can taKe in everything without the ca-
pacity for really possessing anything,
are unable to utter a positive expres-
sion on any subject. As well tell a
man to stop breathing until he has
learned to breathe properly—he would
on be beyond the possibility of learn-
Think, hope, believe and try, always
bearing in mind that vigorous error Is
the only precursor of living truth,
while negation and cynicism lead only
to paralysis and death.
A rustic or a laborer upon looking
through a window and seeing n cow en-
tangled In its rope and being gored or
abiu-. il by another beui:Jt will instantly
hasten to rescue the dun/lb brute from
centration that comes of culture, hio
acts ar directly and easily influenced
by his surroundings.
The scholar, on the other hand, if
his Instincts ar true to scholarly tra-
ditions and good form, on looking up
from his desk and seeing an entangled
brute gor d by its fellow, will seize a
not-book and pencil, with a volume of
bovine zoology, and while writing down
his observations! be heard to murmur:
"Wh t an interesting phenomenon! So
expressive bf brute psychology!"
It is time that we recognize that
there are two different types of char-
acter, one prompting primarily to ob-
servation, the other producing the man
whose acts are recorded.
As a practical remedy for a system
of education that is aimless and aca-
demic I believe in tho establishing of
a number of self-help colleges, in which
every student rhall be a laborer as
well as a learner.
THE STEAMER STRANDED ON A
ROCK-A COMPLETE LOSS,
"VANCOUVER, P. C.. OCT 1ft—The
•teamer Alpha* .from Skeena River today
"brings news of th^ wreck <if the Mi nte
Crlsto, a river boat which has been ply-
ing in the Skeena fer two years In
running down the river the Monte Cris-
to ran on a rock, knocking a help in j
her bottom. She will probably be a to- 1
tal wreck. The passengers were landed
and her freight put ashore. Loss esti-
A "stitch iu time saves nine," and a
do-, of BAWUAKDS HOBEHOUND
SYRl'P ut the beginning of a coid w!«l
save you many wt*ixy hours and even
days of d 1st (H\m*lng and luirrid.sing
cough. Price, !& and 50 oonts. J. N.
Wallace, corner dnig store.
Cleanses the System
Gently and Effectually
when bilioui or costivc.
/resents in tie most accept*Me/ann
t/u 1mjc.i1 i*i' princjpJus u/plants
Jt ti own to a ct mast beneflciajly.
TO CET ITS BENEHCIALCFFECTS
BUY THE GENUINE — MANFO. BY
CALIFORNIA fIG STRUPCft
SAN r«ANCirCO*if CAL.
10UJSVIlifc , ICY. NEW YORK. N.Y.
4? + tr >" - rot
RRIVE9 AT WASHINGTON THIS
WAR. NOTON, OCT. 10.—Secretary
.not returt^ed to Washington this afte-- I
noon, but nut to take up iiny of the af-
HUNDREDS READY Tt") FILB-NO
SPOKANE, WASH... OCT. 1^.—Tho
north half of the ObMUi rMfrvgtion
was opened to white settlers at noon to-
day. Hundreds of men were on the
ground long before the hour. John Falls
Hied the first entry in tho Spokane land
oftloe Just at 13 o'oloek. No bloodshud
Is reported and comparatively few con-
tests are expected.
ston, Mass., Oct. 9.
I "Tho proclamation to which you r^fer
I Is a clumsy forgery which can only be
! believed by bitter opponents. It Is th^
I -work o doubt, of the Spaniarls or Monks
who try to create ill feeling between the
Americans and the Filipinos to the dis-
; credit of the latter No such disgraceful
| nr diabolical proclamation was ever ls-
; sued by Agulnaldo."
Sixto Tx>pez' t . gram was called forth
by a query sent to bin* by Mr. Ehrich
as to the authenticity, of the proclama-
TWO PGLIGIMEN INJURED.
ST JOSEPH. MO. OCT. 10-Ex-Ch ef
f Poll Hltt Rk ! ■ and Con^taM-- I>«fl-
id Hatfield were fatally hurt in a col-
lision of buggies tonight. They had been
In the country on business and wero re-
turning to the city when theywe-e col-
lided with and were overturned by a
A Horac Tamer'i Secret.
Here is a simple recipe, which may
prove useful to country traders for
subduing the wildest and most untam-
able of horses. Its efficacy la vouched
for by a famous breakcr-ln of horses.
Rub oil of commin on j'our hand. Ap-
proach the horse from the windward
Side. He won't move. Pat him. Rub
a little oil on Ills nose. He will follow
you when you move away.
Next give him a little horse castor
on a piece of sugar, and put a few
drops of oil of rhodium on his 'tongue.
II.' will follow you like a dog, and be
obedient and faithful to you while he
0UPPO9O You Try Plr-Co Tables.
' Ku doubi Vf«i ve triad a *-or.< cf remedies or
rfysL rrv tft, constipation and kindred ailment#,
t>ui uate!M you'tried
aover found vh« right one.
1tv.«v fr**brtu the complexion, cure bUlloiMnena
f .i banuh *1^* heoiacSe. At ail druggUt^
SERVADO, O. T., OCT. 10,—Tho weath-
er Is cool.
Cotton pickers are getting scarce.
Rev. H. T. Candy gave a flno lecture
Mrs. George Match Is going to Mis-
souri this week to visit relatives.
James Blackwell is picking cotton at
A largo portion of cotton is going to
Miss Mary ^Blackwell tuhiia -^nc
from the postofflee Saturday, foil off her
horse, breaking no bones.
Mr. Jesse Barton is selling eggs this
Mr. Frank came from Guthrie last
week to pick cotton.
Mr. Morris left the gin Monday to
ga her in his crop.
Mr. Graves Blackwell, a well knoiwn j;
citizen of Logan county and Oklahoma |
county was pronounced lnsano Thurs- j
d-.,\ Many of his friends regretted to j
see him go.
Miss Myrtle Wilson rode horse back to |
a f'Btival Saturday night.
Peanuts will do tr> dig.
Sidney Johnson will make It to the
George Thompson is picking cotton for
Mr. Abbott now
Molasses is still being made and Is,
Mage Blackwell had a tough time of it I
trying to drive three hogs to tho gin. j
and a good many will make it out of
Je«RA Burton went out on the round
What It is:
A very funny Farce well
And enough laughs to
iron out all your wrin-
LIFE & SPEECHES OF BRYAN
1 lie "LIHp" <• written bj Mm. itr> hii- The
Kpeet'iie# .'viand by iir. bryan, hut he Is not
I !cuni*rtly tnteresto)! iu It* puhlii-ntton. A gol
<1*n opportunity for KgetiM. Pon'tmlMit. On
afc'-nt noiil 57 ••opler in one wee*; auotber 67
coj'ua in 10 days; aaotber 17 copies flmt clay.
Kvervboay will buy it beniocmt, Repablic*n.
F'otullet ano 1'rohlMtloiuM. lt e demand exi
it is only necessary tor a ,'«nts lo supply it.
T.r aelltHc eo< bovka In 8 «i*nthii. Other ltb-
tial inducamruis. Will (piamntae g'>ml p
..salary. T>l*tan<« Is no hiatfranrt
!L It. WOODW a HO CO., Baltln«i
KOI ICE—We d-'sire t*i mnploy agents for
took on the "Paris Exposition",
"" vat rated. We also publtah " Life
nnn other campaign books.
. v„. ull7 lllnstrated,
of M. Jilnfef"
noon, but nut to take up any of tho af- , rpr^
faire of the war department. Acting |M
fr ■ • -ti Melklejohn left tonight for |||
Ntbraska where he expects to take an • |f '
at. Live jiart in the campaign.
MARINES AT TAKU WHETO5 TliKV
f-.ailtARK FOR MANIU. a
TIEN TSTN, OCT. 8. VIA SHANGHAI,
OCT. 10.—Tltr American marines from
J'elcln have urrlved at Tuku, where y !
will be potned tomorrow by the Tlon
Twin bisitaJiou and sail on tho Indiana
There is only ONE W)ND'S EXTRACT and everybody know* iu purity,
strength and great medicinal value. Don't Uke the weak, watery
Witch Hazel preparations repreaenUd to be "the Mint as" POND'S
EXTRACT. They generally contain " wood alcohol," which Irritate*
the skin, and, taken Internally, is a deadly poison.
Get POND'S EXTRACT, sold only la amlcd bottle* In huff wrappers.
A Japanese wedding Is a melancholy
It In not considered good form for ine
bride over there to admit that she is
glad to get married.
When she is fold of the prospect she
la expected to howl loudly and long.
Also she must ktep it up by day and
by night, until the ceremony takes
Alter she has been richly dressed for
the event, she must renew her shrieks
and she must hang back until one of
the attendants throws a veil over her
Then an old hag takes her on her
back and carries her to a sedan chair.
When ahe arrives at the bridegroom's
house she Is a wife, the simple ride
in the flowery chair being the only
legal ceremony required, though pro-
fUSM entertainment and • ongratulanions
from assembled guests follow her ar-
Hake, a national beverage, is drunk,
and in the room there are placed some
dwarf trees symbolical of the woman's
beauty, and a tortoise signifying lon-
Doctors and Midwives Recommend i
because it is U6ed externally In cases of the delicate ]
situation of expectant mothers. It is a constant re-
ef, robbing childbirth of its terrors. Internal rerae-
"So, r- n
tier fourth o
and Ic.s |
- T>ie mnthci
r rf three cM'rti
j In. tt!e of • M >
s relieved ^uttkly. All
rt is nothing like it.
rth confinement, and
S«nt by espvess paid on receipt at price, #| per belllo. B^oV.
couuiaiof s>>nsM>le aovke ajid te«t(i
Sold by all Druggists. THE BlUltVICLD BIlGt'LITOR CO., Atlanta, Go.
who have u««f1 ii sgrer thru Ub.it <
JOHN G. PoLHILL. M,
illed free to ladies, !
A cycle factory In Philadelphia wfti
turning out machines last -year ut the
rate of one a minute.
In ail its stages there
should be cleanliness.
Ely's Cream Balm
cleanses, sontUes and hoals
It cares 'catarrh and di i vea
sv. :iy a cold !u tho head
Cream Balm Is plaeed Into tho nostrils, spreads
over the membrane and iB abnorbcd. Relief is im-
mediate and a cure follows. It is not drying—does
not produce sneezing. I-arge Size, 50 cents at Drug-
gists or by mail; Trial SSize, 10 cents by mall.
ELY BROTUEUS. Warren Street, New York.
For County, City and School Bonds,
and furnish and prepare the bonds -witlv-
out cost when sold to us.
Write, or call on,
N. D. M'GINLEY, Sec'y,
Oklahoma Bond and Trust Co.,
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