The Red Rock Opinion (Red Rock, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 6, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 14, 1907 Page: 5 of 8
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Going to build?
WE HAVE EVERYTHING IN THE
WAY OF LUflBER -■
Doors, Sashes, Windows Lath
Lime and Cement, paints,
oils and varnishes'
WE ALSO KEEP COAL.
FOSTER LUflBER CO.
COLEMAN & BARR BROTHERS,
Contractors and Builders.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON APPLICATION
'PAKE YOUR HOME PAPER FIRST
THEN SUBSCRIBE FOR
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Address The KANSAS CITY STAR
Kansas Citv, -Mo.
a regulator is needed. Harbino will put your liver in the con-
dition it should bo and you will not suffer from headaches.
A POSITIVE CURE
FOR CONSTIPATION, CHILLS AND
FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, MALARIA
AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS.
Has Done A Wor*' Of Good.
Mrs. C. D. Philley, Marble Falls, Texas. 'ten: "I have
used Harbine and find it the best liver correc. e I have ever
trifxj. It done my family aa well as myself a world of good,
and I r^nommond It to all my friends. I never suffer Irota
SOc WILL BUY IT.
Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
500*503 N. Second St., ST. LOUIS, MO.
PICKING WAV ACROSS PAST
There Is Some Sport in Finding
Path Ovar Mountain
Picking a way Is good fun. You
must first .scout ahead in general. Then
you determine wore carefully just
where each hoof is to fall. For In-
stance, says Outing Magazine, It is a
question of whether you are to go
above or below a certain small ledge.
You decide on goinij below, because
thus you will dodge a little climb, and
also a rather slippery looking rock
slide. But on Investigation you And,
hidden by the bushes, a riven bowlder
There is 110 way around it. So. then,
retrace your steps to the place where
you made your first choice. The up-
per route again offers you ^in alterna-
tive. ^ ou select one; it turns out
well; forks again. But you discover
both these forks utterly impracticable
So back you must hike to the very be-
ginning to discover, if you can, per-
haps a third, and heretofore uncon-
sidered chance. Then, if none are good,
you must cast In review the features
i of all your little explorations in order
| to determine which best lends Itself to
j expedients This consumes time, but 1
I is great fun.
Lost and found.
1 Lost, between 9:80 p. in. yesterday
aud noon today, a billias attack, with
nausea and sick headache, This lots
was occasioned bv finding' at Cltas.Fra
I sers drug store a box of Dr King's N'ew
Life Pills the guaranteed cure for Bill
iousitess, malaria ai d jaundice. 2">c.
Nutting In Old England.
In olden times il was the custom
iu England to give one school holiday
avery autumn for (lie children to go
nutting. An old manuscript speaks nf
this, and says the young Etonians
were obliged to earn their holiday by
writing verses on the fruitfulness of
autumn and the bitter cold of wlnter,
and nfter they had done this and gath-
ered the nuts they were expected to
bring them home as a gift to the dif-
Beer to Kill Absinthe.
ho would believe it? France this
year holds the record for the consump-
tion of beer. It Is estimated that by
the end of the year four milliards of
bocks will have been drunk. The con-
sumption of beer has Increased more
than 40 per cent in five years. The
consumption of absinthe, however,
shows a decline. A blessing on beer if
In the long run it triumphs over inur
derous absinthe!—Le Matin.
Do no'H suffer
Tho liver is the main-sprine for fcne v/holo body. To oxpecf;
keep ino liver in good order. To do bo,
Sold and Recommended by
C. A. FRASER, Red Rock, Oklahoma
t) VV. Parlour, hinst, Florence, Ala
writes-: "For nearly seven yeajs 1 was
afflicted with a. skin disease which
caused an almost unbearable itching
I could neither work, rest or sleep in
peace, Nothing gave me permanent
relief until 1 tried Hunt's Cuie. One
application relieved me; one box cured
me, and a' tho a year has passed, I have I
stayed cured. I am greatfull beyond |
Hunt's Cure is a guaranteed reined j
for all itchiug diseases of the skin, j
POINTS ABOUT THE MAYPOP j
Little Known Southern Fruit Posses-
ses Medical Virtues Recently
A new fruit that seems likely to !
prove of considerable value has been i
developed by the cultivation of the j
common "maypop," a plant which Is 1
very familiar In the southern states,
quite ornamental, easily grown from
seeds and affords a handsome cover
for art>or.3 and >erandus It Is known
to botanists ai passiflora lncarnata.
The fruit In Its Improved form la
somewhat bigger than a hen'3 egg
and decidedly palatable. It looks like
a May apple.
More important, however, is the rec-
ognition which the plant ha:? recently
obtained as the source of a harmless
drug which Is utilized by physicians
he a sleep producer and nerve soother
Unfortunately, most nerve soothing
and Bleep producing drugs mate hah
Its which ate difficult to throw off anil
Ir. (heir after effects they are liable
to tie injurious. But the fluid extract
of the maypop, which Is oblalntd from
the leaves and flowers, while wonder-
fully effective as a soporific, has no
Nemesis. The Improved fruit of the
maypop is available for use both fre:-<h
and preserved. In all likelihood it
will make Its appearance before long
In our markets.
Surprise for Treasurer Noyet.
Treasurer Noyes of the Newbury
port (Mass.) water works sent out his
annual bills this year by mall In the
coruer of the onveiope Was the cus-
tomary request: "After five d3ys re-
turn to Newburyport water wotks,
Newburyport, Mass." What was his
surprise to have a woman come Into
his office five days afterward and pass
hlra an empty envelope, with the re-
mark: "Here Is your envelope, but
what you want of It la more than I
Rstc'a Client In 3 Ccw Cose.
Assistant Attorney-General Charts
H. Robb. who tecarae famous for Us
work In running down the po3tal
grafters a couple of years ago, began
:he practice of law In a small village
In Vermont. He knew all the people
of the ttfwn, a a well a3 many of the
farmers In the soorraunding country.
"One day." said Mr. Robb. "a tall,
tank Yankee came Into my office It
seems that he had got into trouble
as a result of trading a cow. Ha
had succeeded In palming off on in
unsuspecting neighbor an uncertain
looking animal which provod t.<7 bfl
stone blind. In addition. It wa9 lean
and run down generally (Jfl llndln?
that the cow couldn't see, the farmer
who had been Imposed upon brought
suit against my client. t Questioned
" 'Did you tell this farmer that the
cow was blind?' I asked.
" 'Indeed I did,' protested my client,
with a sheepish look. '1 told him that
-he didn't look well.' "—Boston Her
Followed McClintock'i Order*.
A young man who afterward be
came a successful reporter on a Bos-
ton daily relates one of his first ex-
periences in endeavoring to get worx
"I walked Into the office of John
N. McCllntock. editor and publisher
of the Granite Monthly, a New Hamp-
shire magazine, and asked for an op-
portunity to show what I could do. i
was asked what I could write about,
and with a John L. Sullivan con-
fidence replied: 'Oh, I can write about
anything.' Like a shot came the re
sponse: 'Well, tight about face, then'
That settled me. I did."
Have You Ohills?
It cured your pa and also your ina
of ehills in the long airoand it will cure
you now. It h..s been tested by time
and its merits have been proven. \Yt>
guarantee one bottle to cure auv one
aee«of c'lills. If it fails vour inonev
sc heerfully refunded ind its name
is Cheatham's Chill Tonic.
Sells Shoes "Broken In."
One clerk who had yarned the repu-
tation of being the best Saleswoman 1 a
the shoe department wus asked the
secret of her success.
"I sell all the shoes that have been
returned," she explained. "The other
girls are afraid to show them, hut I
find them the best sellers. Our house
is liberal In its. treatment of dissatis-
fied customers, and we get back a
good many pairs of shoes that have
been worn around the house until they
are partly broken in. These shoes are
much more comfortable than a brand
new pair. The soles may be a trifle
soiled, but the customer who puts ease
above ever) other consideration does
not mind that, consequently I sell
shoes while the other girls only fit
them 011."—N. Y. Globe.
An American Most Likely.
The "Seeing London" automobile
rolled out I'lcadllh in the direction 0/
"That, ladies and gents." shouted
the guide, as they passed an ancient
edifice surrounded by a high brick
wall, "tha; is the tnwu house of the
duke of fJba, one of our largest land
The yes of the beautiful Aiiierlcan
on the back seat were Illumed with
"Who haded iilm ?" sbe cried.
Health in the Canal Zona
The high wages paid make it a
mighty temptation to our young arti-
sans to join the force of skilled work-
men needed to construct the Panuiua
Canal. Many are restrained however
by the i'ear of fevers and malaira. It is
tha knowing ones—those t\ho have us
ed Electric Bittern who go there with
out tills fear, well knowing tliev are
safe from malarious influences with
Electric Hitters on hand. Cnrrs blood
poison too, l)illlousness, weakn#ssand
all stomueh tJouble, liver and kidiicv
troubles. Guaranteed by ('has Fraser,
Kept $50 Bill 40 Year*.
Forty years u^o. when Martin CaJy,
a railroader, was married he pre-
sented his wife with a $50 bill, the
wages he had earned for a month's
work. Mrs. Cady saved the bill until
today, when It was given In part pay-
ment for a tombstone for her busb'and,
who died recently.—Fairmont corres-
pondence Pittsburg Dispatch
fame lit' an Alp or fwo.
rc Hit AT.eric'.fl. And he haa
! been -Cr.rofc. TVhon- Bo r<?
; turned Uf EhJifllnopollStifi'S. Gn„ a
friend at#f full Of in4nirlea. "Did
you cxy&pfe Alps"" aslsed tt friend
I "Well," fofnea tho tratolid one. 'now
you call my attenti^fl to tho fyrt. I
guess I did p.tss ovor sorno ria'.n*
! ground."—LondOft 6lobe.
Seeds of Kindness.
j A kind word, a .Jttfnrlp art. a modest
' demeanor, a loving smile, are as 30
many seed:; that wt) can sua'ter every
1 moment, of our lives, and which will
j always sprin? up and Ijoar fruit. Hap-
py are those who have many around
them: they are rich in opportunities,
ind may sow rlcntcoinly.
A Humme Appeal
A humai.e citizen of Richmond Ind,
Mr U D Williams, 107, West Maine 8t
1 sevs: 'I nppeal to nil persons with
j weal: lungs to take Dr Kings XeW Dis
covery. the only remedy that lias help
ed me add lu[ly cora. 3 up to the piopri
etors reccome tidal ion." It saves more
lives thnn all other throat and lung
remedies put together. L'sed a<u cough
and cold cure the world over, cures as
thnia, bronchitis, croup, whooping
cough, quinsy, hoarsness and phthisie
stops hemorrhages of the lungs and
Viuilds tlaniup, Guaranteed at Frasers
drug sure. 50a and Si.00. trial bottle
Ring Tells Profession in Brazil.
"One of the conveniences of Bra7.ll
! is the ease with which you can tell the
j particular line of business a prof**
j slouai man is in." remarked A. V. Nes
bitt, who recently returned from a Ions
jta.v lit Brazil.
"At graduation each professional
graduate Is given a ring with u certain
I kind ol stone for his particular pro-
fession. For instance, an engineer
I .vlil have a turqiu lse, a doctor an
j lmethyst, and so on. If you know the
j ring that belongs to each profession
j von don't have to ask a man his pro-
I 'esslon, but Just glance at the ring be
So They Dot
"Some people," said t'ncle Josh thh
j morning, 'bez good ideas, but advo
1 cates 'em In sleh a dum bad Way ess t'
1 make people oppose 'em Jest fer spite,
The Pla'n Plucker.
i if a burn or bruise afflicts yen, rub
j it on, rnb it on.
1 Then before yon scarcely know it all
the trouble will lie gorm.
For an aching joint or miisole do the
It extracts all pains and poisons,
: plucks the stingy and heals the lame.
limit's Ligiiietiing Oil does it.
Fly in th* Ointment.
"Senator, how does It soem now thai
! you have attained wealth and Influ-
"Well," replied Senator Badger with
a far-away look iu his uyeg, "It's re
lleved me of a lot of worry, but lt'i
getting mlglity tiresome trying te
make n fork take the place of a
Movement Ever Forward.
Inexorable law sets the young
against the old, the new generation
against the older, forciug It In tho
teeth of its own protesting tendernes
and at the cost of Its own aching sym-
pathies forever forward and onward
Into untried paths, not always to it*
own Immediate gooj, but alwav#
toward the ultimate advantage of
more defiant generations yet to como.
—Grace h'llery Chaunlng.
Dream of Wealth.
The master plumber had become rich
and was going abroad fcr his health,
tin 'ha voyage a school of whales wa«
olgntej, and the plumber was seen to
rub his bauds lu ecstasie?
"Why Is he so hippy?" asked 1
"He can't help It," whispered tfei
captain "He Imagines uach spout ij
a burst watar pipe, to be repaired bj
him at his uld rat«3."—Chicago Jour,
Fr«-,nce doners Amer'c: n Womsn
Miss Florence Hayv.ar.;. who l td
supervision <•' the collectloa uid <■ <.
laboratlon c' the hiaton.- d■>?>: seats
and relic exhibits of tin* St 1
exposition, his Iimh signally honored
by the Free eh government by (lection
to membership in one • f the five
academies constltutlnt"- tho famous In-
stitute of France. A decoration Is con-
ferred with the appointment.
A Popular Officeholder.
Henry K. Smith lias served cotitluo
ously as probata judge of Goat:?a
cotiDty, Ohio, since Feb. 0. 1807. He
was raised in I'arkman township.
! (jeauga county, and will bo 70 years
1 ji age August 10 nest. Scon aftfcr be*
inp, admitted to th* bar he was ap-
pointed to the vacancy caused by the
death of tho clerk cf courta of Ge%UF9
county. > .nd hfclcre tils? tenn *'83 Co-
tshed be tas elected prosecuting at-
torney and served six years, aod wa
theu noitlnatid for probate Judoe and
was elecrei Tii« remarkable feature
of his official earner le that ho liia
always been nominated hy acclama-
tion, no other candidate carlns to ajy
pear agaiuat him ou account of |)jt
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