The Edmond Sun--Democrat. (Edmond, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 1, Ed. 1 Friday, July 9, 1897 Page: 2 of 4
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No 463 i ocalm-iiilit daily cxc
" 40V, Oklahoma Express.
'• 4lf., Texu? Kxpress.. .
1:00 l) in
001 NO NORTH.
No406. A'Untie F.xprcp? . ..6:0T a
" 4i'^. M'" nrl ltlv< i Expms . !•
"420 1 o< nl l ;t '.lit flails . v,. | tS. .11 :10 n
Trains4 Sand 4o6 dally • ury
tweeii Denver and Km • :i <
kansas City and K insas (Mtybetw c*
H. w. Corky.Agent,
THE FAIR GOO
Smiles Most Lavishly Upon
the People of Oklahoma,
The Territory Blessed with an
THIRTY MILLION BUSHELS
Of Wheat Is Staring the Farmers
In the Face.
An Era of Ciood Times is Now
Mailfrm the nortli arrives at l:4J p
12 01 a. in.
n Mall from the south arrives at 5 a m and
V :(!H p in
Mails close JO minutes before the arrlvalof
Fostofflceo ten from 8 a. m.to0:8o p in
9 a. m. to 10 a. ni
M S p.m. 10 3 p.m.
For farm loons coto th
An exchange refers to CJovernor
Barne'r administration as the second
(iuthrie, Ok., July 3rd. One ot the
grande.Ht sights west of the Mississippi
, Joe I river, or in fact, anywhere in the Unit-
ed States, says the Capital, can now bo
witnessed in the territory cf Oklaho-
ma . The boasted artificial scenery of I
the east, the snow-capped mountains
of Colorado, the vineyards of Californ-
ia and tho cotton fields of the south all
pale into insignificance in comparison
| with the golden fields of grain that
everywhere greet the eye of the tourist
in tho rich productive soil of beautiful
Oklahoma. Solomon in all his glory
was never so great as the wheat fields
This year will mark the era of a
great revolution in Oklahoma. What
was once the hiding place and homo
of the dr saded outlaw is now the peace-
ful abode of the honest farmer, sur-
rounded by fields of golden grain. In
a remarkably short space of time the
territory has been transformed from a
howling wilderness into a veritable
l , v' : 'f
The turncoat who is after "any old' garden of Eden with Adam and I've
lllRh Dulln on Button*.
The button manufacturers, present
and prospective are unusually greedy
In their demands for tariff duties. Mc-
K In ley duties are entirely too alow for
the button infants. The following la
part of a statement made by button im-
The proposed duties on buttons, as
per schedule of the finance committee
of the senate, are aa a rule prohibitory
and would prove a severe hardship in
goods used by the poorer and middle
classes, and also to manufacturers of
varlouH garments used by the maws of
our people, such as low priced shirts,
It is interesting t" nad how presi-
dent McKinley, weary of delay, has
dashed off a currency reform mess:r. e
atid can only, with ; i eat. diiliculty, I <
dissuaded by Mark Hanna from earn
ing out the campaign pb'tjge immedi
I nfortunatcly, however, the aton
has too much of' the merit of brevity.
It omits too much. When, for instance,
did Mr. McKinley develop a conscience
nsitivo to departures from his
GORE CONSUMPTION i
Nothing could be fairer, more philan- .
' thropic, or carry more joy in its wake •
than the offer of T. A. Slocum, M. C.,,
of *J.S Pino street, New York City.
Confident that he has discovered an
absolute cure for consumption ar.d all
pulmonary complaints, and to make its j
u'reat merit; known, he will send, free,
three bottlia (the Slocum new system
of medicine) to any reader
who is suffering from chest,
throat and lung troubles or consump-
j He invites those desirous of obtain- j
' ing the remedies to simply send him
heir express and postofllce address,
' and receive in return the three free i
Already this "new scientific course]
• >f medicine" has permanently cured *
thousands of apparently hopeless
underwear, clothing, etc. The follow- j promised policy?
Ins dau will Kive some Idea of the In- ,f JIr M„KlnIoy i8 goingtourgo the
equalities of the propo.ed duties' ,mmedlate reform
Agate Buttons—Present duty also ! , . , ,
. in or , , , what does he favor
McKinley bill, 25 per cent; pn posed J
duty of one-twelfth of 1 cent p r llii" J or a silver man? He bad talked for
per gross, plus 15 per cent ad va/oreqa, I both sides up to the time of his
Is he a gold man
thing" generally gets it where the
chicken got the axe.
The man or set of men that are the
recipient of a favor from a friend, and
then for self perservation strikes bun
Is not only disloyal, but commits an
act of base ingratitude.
Now, let your binder stand just
where you get done using it. Then
next summer when you find it played
out from the ravishments of tho
weather, cuss the country and buy a
new one.- Enid Wave.
If liiedler could be induced to re-
turn to Oklahoma City and do the cry
act, tho precipitation of moisture
caused by the old man's presence
would be such, tho chances are the
corn crop would bo saved.
Gov. Barnes, Secretary .lenklns, and
M. C. Hart have decided to recom-
mend A. U. Woods for postmaster at
Mulhall. Woods is a farmer living
near Mulhall. J. Ivrees received an
endorsement for the Cresent City post
The (iuthrie ball club defeated the
Edmond club Saturday in a close'
game. The scoro was 7 to 9 in favor
of our boys. They were treated roy-
ally by the Kdmond club and arc high
m prabe of our sister city's ball boys.
Clarence (Jilkey, of Shawnee skipped
out lor parts unknown, on Tuesday,
with about $2,000 of employer's money,
a Mr. Hlair, agent for the l'abst Brew-
ing Company. (Jilkey was engaged in
the livery business some years ago
with liobt. Galbreath in Kdmond.
The coal miners of tho eastern slates
are on a strike. If the strike assumes
anything like the magnitude it is cx-
• pectetl to, tho industries of the country
will be paral}zcd. Such a condition
Of things is to be deplored; but it seems
from current reports that the miners
are justified in tho course they are
Detroit will give a reception to the
ltcpublican league on a roof two hun-
dred feet above the ground. It is sup-
posed that an effort will be made to
shake hands with prosperity; we be-
lieve that it will be necessary for the
reception committee to go up in a
balloon it they expect to get a glimpse
of the long sought for c >. unodity.
The United States Senate, on Mon-
day by thcvidcs of twenty-four republi
■ cans :;iul one protection democrat, Me-
Enry of Louisiana, decided to impose
a tax of 25 per cent ad valorem on bi-
bles, in every language printed. All
tl;o democrats save Mcllenry .voted
against it, as did nearly all tho popu-
lists iucluding Senator Harris of Kan-
AVith this issue commences the ninth
volume of The Sun-I)emocrat. We
certainly appreciate the liberal patron-
age that we have received in the past
from the citizens of Kdmond and sur-
rounding country; we will endeavor in
the future as in the past to confine
ourselves strictly to facts, publish
the news and work for Kdmond and
ind the tempting apple thrown in for I would averaf0 from 07 to 1(il p#r ccnt; inatlon. Though his platform sj:
bearing heaviest on the class oI goods
that make up the great bulk of the im-
portations. The following chedule,
taking tho styles that .sell, slows the
WHITE LENTILLE8 ON C/ ED SOLD
TO JOBBING TRAirE.
Present Pro- Equals
duty, posed ad vul.
No. Lines. Price. 25 p. et. duty. p. ct.
good measure. Prosperity and con-
tentment with the enormous w ieat
crop, the most of which has already
been harvested, will place Oklahoma
upon a high moral and financial piano
never before enjoyed by a territory.
The antics of tho festive cowboy,
the daring deeds of the bold highway-
man, and the familiar iorin of the
deputy marshal with his white, broad-
brimmed hat and shining winchester,
have become a thing of the past and
the only allusion to their existence is
found now in the yellow backed novels
sold by tho train boy on the railroads,
or when some ex-deputy is cussing
Marshal Xagle for shutting off his fees.
The reputation and standing is advan-
cing higher and higher, and people
front all over tho United States are
easting their eyes toward Oklahoma
and her productive soil as a place for
investment and permanont homes.
Three years ago this was not no, but a
sho;t time has worked wonderful
changes. This year Oklahoma is the
w onder of the world, aud 2,1,030 peo-
ple will be added to her population ere
another summer's sun kisses the gold-
Tho big newspapers of the east arc
sending special oorre.nondent. into! , Ho™ Buttons (to sew on) lYosent
, . . ., ,. . duty, o5 per cent; McKinley bill, ;.0
Oklahoma, not tor Ihepurpose of writ- per propoi,4 ,lu(yi from l0
ing up train robberies and murders, 194 per rent rwa w„ ia
but t" 11 ie actual ractsand lljrurei • ••1 «« manufacturers of cheap under-
of the enormous crops of all kinds that j ehildrcu's waist:;, corsets, cloth-
are being raised here as nowhere else
in the world. A conservative estimate
of tho wheat yield of the territory
places It at .10,000,000 bushels, to say
nothing of the wonderful yield of fruit,
cotton corn and other cereals. A
He considers it ids rellgeous duty- a
duty which he o wes to humanity—to
donate his infallible cure.
Offered freely, apart from its inher-
ent styengtht la enough todomtnendp
it, and more so is the perfeet confi-
dence of the great chemist making
lie has proved consumption to be
curable disease beyond any doubt.
There «vill be no mistake in sending
—the mistake will he in overlooking
the Doctor's generous invitation. He
has on file in his American and Euro-
| pean laboratories thousands of tesi-
j e j monials of experience from those cured
| in all parts ofthe wo rid.
1 Delays are dangerous: mail your ad
j ress to T. A.slocum, M. ('., 98 Pino
hreet, New York, and when writin
I he Doctor, please mention rcadin
for gold, he showed a strong aversion
for the word. In fact, he never used '
it if ho could possibly help it.
Since his election ho has done 110th-1
ing for cither silver or gold. The , *8 article the Sl x-Demociiat.
hypocritical talk about international
bimetallism constitutes no exemption. The L,ver Keeps People Well.
For, if there were any real chance of
01 success, then Mark Hanna would
01 lever have permitted the envoys to
~ tour Europe in that way. But, on tho
-1 other hand, Mr. McKinley's efforts at
t!7 gold-standard reform are limited to
MANi'FACTURlNt; I favoring a tariff that would contract
TRADE IN BULK. the currency but for its certainty to
Mineral ....14 0.138 0.034 0.160 11* cre„t, a deficit of revenue.
Ivory 16 0.145 O.OSO 0.182 12", , , ,
Leutillo ....18 0.103 0.038 0.203 1,12 I u °ea he believe. Doeshebe-
lieveanything? Could he write a cur-
rency message that would not make
school boys roar with laughter? Will
he exert himself to alter tho present
condition, so that "a dollar in the
hands the workingman will be as good
as a dollar in the hands of anybody
else?" Or will Mr. McKinley have the
cunning to erown his long career of
double-facing by sending out a mes-
The Si < l)i •«,. rat desires to rail the attention f its reader.- to u re
| inarkable elu!>bing offer which it i:- now able to make for a snort time
ihrougii a special arrangement with the NMIONAi. kix« Rb|.K, the
i popular scientific journal ol the lountr) , «lt "ted to inventions-, inu • '
progress and new ideas. . ,, ,
I'hk Kkcoklikr has organized a wonderful prize competition lull)
scribed below, , nd ior the muii of 51.50 -ent to the editor ol the Si n
I chat you will receive the Sun Democrat and the National Kfo>i l>er tor
! one vear, and a certificate entitling you to compete free of chaige in ie
word contest described below. If yon are already a subscriber to either pa^
per your subscription will be extended one year, litis offer will renujij
open but a short time and should be promptly accented.
$7,300 Given Away
The Natioxai. R -ohdkb lias W4)n n place in the van of nil journal* devntrd
tcii iK-t- and lndiiKtrial lU'vidoi'inent.. It liut roa«l. rh by tin- thousand* in overy btat« « f tlioCBK'tj
and ii.Hbi.oM overy vUla«e and ba.nb t nrr it w ants m.miu Flu-re tt i.oc.iintry iu H eworltl
win'if ii'v« ntivo Koiiius ih w, coinn.only cliaractei i*tic of t he 1 < ojdj-, yoi.i.u' and «,l«i, anu no
cinii.lry win r«- mv'ia.iticii of bright idi-nc i-oirc* m> promptlv 1 hr NA'l ionai. Km
neat iwHiftanci- to inventors and to all who wish to ki-cp np w.tli tho ti.r.<^.
with at. cnuiiiion,- amount of valuablo information not procurable f.om unv otli«-r lf « urcc. i«ij*i
llien- is mi r«>a*on why half a million iwn.ple 1 l.t.uld n< t numl>ei< 11 atn« u
A UJnnrlorfnl it* rtadeu-within the next few mouths To hpcihc Ih"^"' reader* tin « --
p Worvdcrtvjl (1 I.,,, u .in), (lht.6 tt) distribute the tie1 most itcnerou* list < t piH *
pr;,„ nffr>r' petition bat-fd htrictl) on intelliKence and ipiicl. w it ever■ d,-\ .m a ' n J
Knze Utter, (.j,, lunstanceh. Thepricon amount tofi.:*"'. and an; nearly all paid h'KoW
coin. The c« in|.otiti«.n will close November 1. l"he award of the o pri*c
wil lie in the l.nii,,s of a s; • i (h1 board composed of nu-i of national ii |.uta.H u anow.'ines-
tioued inN'iM it j. iiic.udiiiv' three prominent members of ( oimrcfs. Ihe high leputalion ol
(fiMitlexr.en guarantee# fair treatment for all coutu*tauts.
tiij; pki2;j;s roi,i;ows.
One thousand dollars in gold coin
V trip to Europe
A trip to California or Mexico from any part of the United States
l''ivc prizes of two hundred dollars each in gold coin.
A year's tuition in any technical, trade or industrial School, or
in any college in the United States
Ten prizes of one hundred dollars each in gold coin .•••/•
One rosewood upright piano, delivered at any railroad station in
the United States
One hundred cash prizes ol ten dollars each in gold coin
Ten $ 100 bicycles for ladies or gentlemen
Seventy cash prizes of five dollars each ill gold coin
One hundred and twenty-five cash prizes of two dollars each....
Three hundred and twenty-iive prizes amounting to
'ran or otl."r trifles, pur-
The majority are in hard
•ii.iiu.i iiiopc , •>. ,•• .... ...irth every penny of the estimate given.
it is a very simple matter to w in one of these prizes. All you have t'i do in to make up n
liM ,.f the luiV'-t muni" 1 of \void*you can spoil from the letter.* hi tln«
n. 1 C- 1« 1 In ;t-i''• P \ 11 \ r A iToiiM.* WiainKUHCUN." n*iiiK each letter only as often a*
Of\ly Oimple |t li(. .,ir>lll ti,,. pUrase Tliem- words are uM-d because John VVedderburn A;
Rules ' 1,1 «d\eili*e their business, and the publicity which tlieKhavo
alreadv given to it tliroui;!i ti.e newspapers helps the
spreading abroad the news of this great competition,
rs. Wedderlmrii \ < o. linve decided that tliev will add fj'ii) in go)ti to
ccurinK the $l.t*.o prize, so that tins fortunate individual will receive M
ding iu the largest list, will recefvo theflJiUU cash i riz« 1
will be awarded to ti.ot
arranged above. No conn
each person must send the
deration whatever n
•um mentioned abovi
Upon receipt of J
10 0.145 0.030 0.182
18 0.153 0.038 0.203
These buttons are not made here, nor
are they likely to be made. Flrat, be
cause little or none of the raw material
required baa been fuuud here; second,
because the total sales being limited to
this country, would not warrant the
Investment of the necessary capital in a
plant needed to make the various styles
wanted. It is evident that tho Intention
is to exclude these goods in Ihe Interest
Of soiuo higher cost poods. Tho pro-
posed duty would be a real hardship
buy "china buttons," as well as on the
manufacturers of cheap shirts, under-
bcar heavily on the class of people who | Sllg(' "lilt w ill advocate the free coin-
ago of silver with the perservation of
the single gold standard?
The truth can not be known .until
Mark Hanna gets through his Ohio
campaign. K. C. Times.
Manufacturers Against the Tariff Hill.
One of the most striking indications
of the growth of sentiment against high
protection and of a liberal sentiment
upon tariff matters !b the movement
TWELVE REAGONS WHY.
The St. Louis Republic gives a do/
en good reason why newspaper read-
ers should read this paper. Here they
When the Liver is sluggish all other
organs are involved. Y'ou Buffer from
Constipation, Biliousness, Jaundice,
Headache, Indigestion, I'ain in Hack,
Chills and Loss of Energy. You will
never know how promptly these trou-
bles can be cured until you use Her-
bine. It euros quickly when other
remedies utterly fall. Regulates Ihe
Liver, Purifies the blood. Herbine is
a Harmless Vegetable llemedy that
gives new life and energy almost from
the lirst dose. Price 7-"i cents. Free
Trir.l Dottle at J. W. Howard's.
Machine Oil at Moore & Howard's.
NOTICE FOll rrilLlCATION.
Land Office at Oklahoma City, Okln,
June 7. 1HSI7.
Noticcis hereby given that the following
named settler l.asflled his intention
to make tii.nl proof in support of his claim and
that said proof will be uuulo before Kegistei
aud Receiver at Oklahoma City, Ok!a., on
Aug. 21' is; 17, viz:
Andrew Hitman. IIR 5777, for the lots one and
two (I an 12) mid the east of northwest
of sivtioi. ,sivo:i in u.wnslilp thirteen north, of
h lists in the ordi r in which the prizes are
e l to compete t\.r these ,-rues except that
, year's subscription to this paper and to
Tiib N vVVonac iii:. i.Ki Ki! i ponHVei|.t of your remittance we will send jou a competitor s
ertilicate with full particulars and directions for making the list of words. 1 here are no
hard rules to comply w it'.i and no conditions that •. tru-yeur-old boy or girl cannot meet.
Remenil er, then prizes, the suiuliest of which will repay you .imply lor the I una spent
making upa 1 i ^ t, while the largest pri/e is a small fortune, and the other* mean lots or com-
ort and luxury for maii> moellis to coine. The trips to Europe, California and Mexico, ami
the tuition in the schools and colleges mean a liberal education to thoso who win
opK them. If you don't succeed in carrying off the big prize you need not be <hsu|>-
pointed', for yon have hundreds of chances of securing the otheis hemeinln-r,
Mam Win 'bat uobooy has any advantage over anybody el-e. It is a competition of hrain#
J ,ay nn.I industry only, llecause you are not an quick-witted as others i- no reasou
why ;ron should not wiu a prize, liegiu at once and take your time, for the com-
petition does not close until November l The issue of certificate* may stop at any time how-
ever. The names of all the winners will he published iu Thk Nation ai. KkcoIiukb im soon a*
, the compel itioi.'is decided, and in tlie meantime all the quest ions r
. answered through ltn columns. There will be no changed in the
They are all given lu re, and jour tusk is nn easy one.
I ileinit in stamp* or cash, money order or registered letter.
Chronic Dyspepsia Cured,
u upon and cultivation
11 r,, j11 ai (). McLean, of Cdmond, Okln
('has II. Lacy, of Oklahouri City, 0\iu,. Job
A Wilev. of C.lmoinl. Okl.,., Iiiam limit, <
Kdmond, Ok la.
II. M. Dilloy, Register.
special correspondent sent out by one I against tho pending tariff bill by the
of the large daily papers of Xeu York Manufacturers' Association of th< Unit-
wrote to lua palter that Kuy counlv Slatos' 5h A PorQull"r' "" c"
■ I i , ' tensive manufacturer of axricultural
would produce more wheat this year, I B.rlll„ery o( Y(,rki ,.a ls
according to tho size of tho county, I of the movement.
than any county iu the world and tliel It Is veil known that In the manu-
balance of the counties in tho territory I fHCt,ire of agricultural implements and
are a close second to Kay cjunlv I nuu hlu™'r Am«rlcan„ «ro u, |„
. . , , , , vance of their competitor* in any other
I here is not a bushel of wheat that j innd and that the product of their fa, -
will bring less than 50 cents per bush lories may be Been in the fields all over
>1, which means that tho "poor down thR civilized world. These people need
trodden" farmers will have to borrow
their wlve's stockings to hide $15,000-
000, to say nothing ofthe "other stuff"
that will bring in a few millions more
on the side. -Wichita Beacjn.
no protection and are well able to take
tare of themselves. All they ask is
to have untaxed raw material, go that
they will not be placed at a disadvan-
A groat list of other industries are
practically in the tame position and de-
sire free raw material more than they
desire protection. It is also significant
that the manufacturers, In their peti-
tion to the senate, declare that their
bility to employ American labor will
That the man makes his own fortune
in tho majority of cases and is not the
plaything of blind chancy is exempli-
fied by the career of Mr. Llpton, the'be greatly Impaired by the passage of
man who contributed anonymously tho tarlfl bill. They ask that the Chi-
twenty-fivo thousand pounds to th*e ne8e waI1 that ,8 obst™ctlng the for-
committee which had the Jubilee Uio- ^1^^,? C°'
ner. to the l.oudon poor iu charge. Tllc V;M(„ , , for
He was oaee poor himself, and twouty ; years by tho prutunlonUta- namely,
years ago began business in a modest I that protection Is in the Interest of ! evor introduced by a newspaper. Thous
way in tilasgow with a thousand dol- Am"k*n lnb°r—ila shown by census ; anils i>:itroni/.o it
lars which he had saved by dint ol I 10 " "HT' 01 '' The dady and Sunday st Ixmis lie I "'Vit
•; persons employed In manufacturing In ! uauy anu >umi.i\ louis lie- J;^k
economy and hard work. Now he has the United States It Is shown in the pe- I lu,l)hc is |t*. per year, $;> lor .six months i: im.
1 The itepublic is tho greatest | "n„i
2 It has a cable news service over j
the entire civfli/.nd world, which no ;
other St. Louis paper can secure. 1 t
3 special correspondents in all tin* <•
large cities and capitals of Europe. | '
4 News IJureau in New York City ' - -
and Washington, 1). C.
5 Special correspondents in every u„f „
city and town in the Western United i".',!1
ti Member of the Associated Pres;*.
the greatest news gatherer in the
7 Publishes daily the market re
ports of the world.
8 Issues a magnificent colored mag-
izine cover with the Sunday paper. j
0 More noted writers and artists
contribute to the Republic than any |
10 Issues an unequalled four page ;
comic Weekly with each Sunday paper '
11 Publishes pages of interest and
value to womankind.
l'i Its 10-cent Dress l'attern De-!
partinent is the popular most feature
by tfivci that John Hillelxand
i to sell at retail or wholesale,
id spirit'tus liquors at lot 20,
ni. Oklahoma county, Ok la hu-
nt flint license therefor will be
.•'love named applicant after
f t\io weeks from the publica-
i c i *, if there be no object Ion in
i I lilod tu the issuance of said
llko candjr. Tliejr
I the broMtn sweet ami
• perfumed, it H a
I real pleasure to take
i theiu Instead ol nuu-
utils or cannon-ball pills.
P15RFI Y Inml'i-oiitiiiii"mt'me'i^
I Unci. I leiiilal I.r other in In-
3 mado of the hit-
' never befuro put toaether Iu
I'l T.LlCATlOX NOTICE.
TEHitlTOHY OF OKLAHOMA
H iriliu Kite}", riaintiff^
The Milwaukee Harvester Co., Defendant, i
S.iiil defend.nit TIpj Mil vaukee Harvostor
liiniilii'd ill liars an 1 must answer
tllod 1 herein by said iilaiutiiT tm
' ti id day \«ivfi:t, A. J). lViT. „r
aid petition will bo taken a.strtio.atid a jud^e-
• nt f"i 11• I plaintill in said action for One
lundr. d doUars an I iu the attachment there
ii Krautod, will b roudered aceordin ;ly.
Attest: (i. W. Stephuiison.
(L. 8.) Justice of Peace.
eT^ suffering for rearly thirty years
from dj spepsla, Mrs. II. E. Dugdalo,
wife of a prominent business man of
Warsaw, N. Y., writes: "For 28 years, I was
a constant sufferer from dyspepsia and a
weak stomach. Tho lightest food produced
distress, causing severe pain and the forma-
tion of pas. No matter how careful of my
diet I suffered agonizing pain after eating.
I was treated by many physicians and tried
numerous remedies without permanent help.
Two years ago I began taking Dr. Miles'
Nervo and Liver Pills and Nervine. Within
a week I commenced improving, and per-
sisting in the treatment I was soon ablo to
| eat what I lilted, with no evil cffects
I keep them at baud and a single dose dispels
i any old symptoms."
Dr. Milt s' Remedies |
j are sold by all drug-1
gists under a positive I
puarantee, flr-t bottle I
bene fits or money re- I
funded. Book on dls- I
eases of the heart and I
nerves free. Address. I
Dli. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind.
are untlseptlc. 'l'lint
means they atop un-
digested food from
souring iii the stem-
} scli, prevent fer-
ment nt Inn In the
bowels and kill dls-
1 that breed and feed ln^he nys'tem? a,'y
itremrilien the ho*.
'Is nn I put them Into
comtltlon, in a ki ni;
safo laxative for tile babc-ln-arma.
.... CA8CARET9 ^
«ircn|kl Tllev1"'!.^1 te |
Rood nnd u > iimwl *
THE CHILDREN S
cramp*, ai d k
drive Mir worms, am:
all kh.dn et para.
site* (hot live In ihe _
bowels of tho .trowlnK child.
... OASf'A Rim, t
taken |iatlenti>, per-1
teed to i'm re ..11v i!use j
chase money will he f
cheerfully lefimded mm 7
by your own ilrutvist.
.... CASCA H I'.TN „
' HEALTH j
1 ";:i ron io cents J
box will prove
nu rlttied put y
the M. Ill road i
health. I! I
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
nd Office at Oklahoma. O. T . June 8,1^9"
• i liercbv ,*iven that the f«dh
■ I ettlcr boa tilednoUeoof his mte
n supinirt of his claiii
sixty stores iu London alone nnd nn tit ion that less than 200,000 a ro om-
cnoriuous trade throughout iSreat Url-
tain. For his American trado he has a
packing house in ChiCago and GOO rail-
way refrigerator trucks to cany his
produce throughout the states. Thou-
sands of men leave England for tho
newer countries of the world because
thev think there is no place for them
in the crowded walks of their own coun
try. Kven in America there are many
who think the avenues of enterprise
are so crowded that they have no
chance. Such careers as that of Mr.
Llpton show that there are still chanct s
for those who are capable of taking
I and if 1.50 for three months. The
i Twice a-Week Republic is $1 a year
; 104 papers, two each week.
of «||| be ii ade befo ...„
I . •. I ..ind OlH.ro at Oklal..
II I N,,. :i;o, f„r the lots
,. I li and smith '« of noith-
of section llvo in towuship
y inuoii- resideuco'jpoo aud cultiva
-S..|. .lack, -if Kdmond. O T :< arl d.
■f I d a. ud.O. I . I'll,lip K. llolllll o uf
nl, O T. ; Philip L. Doplois, of Kd-
N Need of Pain.
Man's most painful afflictions are
promptly relieved by ilallard's Snow
Liniment. You will never know all
that a liniment can do until you try
this one. Cures Rheumatism, Neural-
gia, Sprains, Hruises, etc., as by magic.
Dr. L. L. Lewis, veterinarian to the
Lxperlmental Station has prepared a
valuable bulletin So. '27, on Texas
fever, glanders and anthrax In cattle.
lie believes the fever may he prevent-
ed by keeping th< cattle free from
ticks by Ihe application of oil. (Hand
ers lie . ni, ;tiers a | raclicilly incura
ble disiase and recommends the kill-
ing of any animal affected with it. He
thinks the loss to Oklahoma cattle!
from symptomatic anthrax is greater ^nM,r'cni1 M. Uomero, Mexi-|
than that from any other disease limn !1 ;in to the l.'nited states con-
idrantageof them in what are consul- .l
er, ,l the '"8t nnprouiiilng of Held... in'ia'Vbun'tho'i!oiT V wheilule*" If that
It is not givcu to everyone, however, is true, how did it happen that when
to become a multi millionaire in twen- secret Information of the subcom-
ty yt trs, but fortunately it is not net- mlttee'8 W0lk «ot tnto th« possession of
,■ a ,. , . , , certain brokers Sugar stock went up
ess.,ryto accomplish that in order to geveral polnts? shrewd opcrator8
be successful and happy. that stock seem to have differed with
— ... - 1 1 ' Mr. Aldrlch on that point.---Washing-
... , , , ion Star.
ro the duly number of the Xorth
ployed In occupations subject to actlvo
foreign competition and C 10.000 in
occupations subject to moderate for-
eign competition. The remainder, over
4,000,000, do not come at all In com-
petition with foreign labor.
It Is very plain that the Dingley bill
is not designed, any nioro than any
othor high protective measure was de-
signed, to protect American labor in-
to produce revenues for the govern-
ment. it is designed primarily to
protect tho tru:-.?s nnd to foster monop- i
oly.—Baltimore Sun. ....
„ .. | devised. 1 his case is but one c f (o_
A (juestiou for Aldrlch. thousands: "1 had a severe attack of J1
Mr. Aldrlch la represented us stating Rheumatism. Could network li|_
that the sugar schedule adopted by the • , . , , ....
sub committee of Ihe finance committee - ®'*l h> 1 hrec ;'PP1:
is less advantageous to the Sugar nations of Ilallard's Snow Liniment
cured me within 34 hours." C. \V,
I I ord (of 1 yon Supply Co.), Ft. Worth
l c\. Sold by J. W. Howard.
Notiee i> hereby «;iveil that the Jollov
; nanied nt tier ban filed notice of IiIh intent.
make final proof in support of his claim
! that i«aid proof will be made before lie
; aud Receiver at Uuthric, O.T.ou July 2ti, IM
I John !•'. Houchen for the northeast 'i «
I foction thirty-two iu towimhip fourte
of ranae tUlee west.
He iiaiueitthefoHowinii wituessew to prorohia
1 cutitiiiuoiis residence upon and cultivation of,
i Haiti land, viz,:
Hicl.ard Ii I'ottn, of Kdm .tiil, O. T ; Nelson
11. M. Dillcy, KeeiKter "
A. N. J. Crook. Uoirister.
NOTica fou runMc.vri in.
Lanil Office at Guthrie, Okla., June i1-D7
Notice in hereby «iven that the fo|h>wlnc>
allied pettier ha h lilod notice of his intention :o
.ake Hu ll proof in support £of his cLnni anil
liat said proof will be made before Ketrister
I Keeeivor at Outlirie, Okla , on ,1 i!j :i'.
Th Trust's Warm I rl«nd.
Senator Aldrlch has always been a
n' I truly good friend ..f the Sugar trust,
lexas level. It can be prevented by «rlbutea an elaborately prepared article ind It Is apparent that this friendship
vaccination or by avoiding low wet .1 "The United States aud the Libera- not srown oold' 1Jost"n Herald
pastures during the season ot the year
es." the independence <>t the latter' a living and 1 1 1 <•: also. Hunt
Hon of the Spanish-American Colou- It is too much to
having been achieved, he declares, sole- ct
ly by their own efforts and without as- c;
si lance in any pi-p.'li.Ml manner from 1 ^
the I'nited States.
e will not help
e. Imi! \ 'lll surf
in the for me
• the Itch, Tet
r.ro Easily Cured.
Helt, U.K. No. ir-i,
ijiiHrterof toetioii ten iii t
north of ratnre three e-t.
nntr.es the following witn
•ptiuuouH residence upon a
Natuic li.ts provided a specific fot of« idian t
, 1 1, ; ,1 , 1 , .Matthew kanaly of I'Mmoad.Okla • it obi
pile*. It lb the active principle of the P Connor, of K.hilnud, okia N II,
common buckeye. This principle i- m^d?Okla'<)kltt' AIbort M ,,ni 110,1 «'• f 1
extracted by a special process and in ( Register.
combination with other remedies
forms Tabler's File Ointment.
This ointment cures nothing
Piles, but it cures blind, blcedin,
protruding Piles every time. It n
It isn't to be won-
dered at that
the rente so til u ny
sick and half-
Most of them
suppose their '
by the physi-
cian. That means local treatment and |
examinations. No wonder they hesitate. I
An 1 hesitation gives disease a strougei
The truth is that local treatment and
examinations are marly always un-
necessary. They should not lie sub-
mitted to 'till everything else fails.
cures painful menstruation, irregular!,
ties, life-sappiug drains, falling of the
womb an<l flooding, it cures all the
pains and trouble:-, by making the
feminine organs perfectly strong and
healthy. Its action i i wonderfully bene-
ficial to girls just entering womanhood,
and to women passing through the
period known as the "change of life."
No need to hesitate now. Cure can be
had right at hom .
their action easy nnd natural.
^ ^Don't judge CASCABET3 by other mcdicines you have tried. They ;
( are new, unli'ce anything else th at's sold, and infinitely superior.'
J Try a !Cc box to-day, if not pleased (yet t
9 Vwl Tho | your money back! Larger boxes, 25c or 50c. (
^Beware of j Sample and booklet mailed free- Address |
imitations ! sterlimo remedy oo..
I DON'T SACRIFICE ...
JjJ Future Comfort for present seeming Economy, but BUY
$ the Sewing Machine with an established reputation that
S guarantees you long and satisfactory scrvicei
ITS BEAlJTirDtLY FIGURED WOODWORK, |
DURABLE CONSERUCTION, |
EINE MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENT, t
foupled with the Einest Set of Sleel Attach*
ments, mokes it the w
MOST DESIRABLE MACHINE IN THE MARKET. |
Dealers Wanted hero %vo are net represented.
White Sewing Machine Co., |
Send for our bMutiful half-tone catalogue. CLEVELAND, OHIO. «,
I W WALTERS, PRESIDENT.
VV . S PATTEN CASHIER.
General Banking :: Easiness
operations needless; cures wheno
ations fail. This is why ph\>i(
ic< ommrnd it. Uottle* 50 ccnt.
|-c« iu! tubes for hands applit ai
75 tents C iin be -enIb\ mail.
f \ J W /low.ud,
Doa't Tcbacco Bpit
If you want to quit tobacco using« a^ily
and forever, be made well, strong, macuot u:,
I,.l lull of new life and viiror, Uko No-To-Il; c'
tho wonder-worker, that makes weals m t
strong. Many pain ten pountls in ten "I:r :•
< )eor 400,OUt)cured. Buy No Tn-llac of yo.n
tlruKKht. under guarantee to «m-p, .vV' ei
1 ii - j?I .in*. Booklet and saniplo maik'il tiv<< A.!
sterling KeutodyC'o.,Uiua«oirNew V.oi ..
[i needs I>r. Mllut' Puiu Pills.
.Machine Oil ut Moore & Howard s.
SOLD AT *1.00 A BOTTLE
EvervlnHly f=ay§ So.
Ca«careb Candv* Cathartic, the mo«t Trnn-
derful imtlicnl di teovcrvof Uie ago, pleas-
sat and refreshing tt the taste, acl geutlv
uii'l jH'Hltb(hr on kith • s, liver nnd bowi a,
«!• miitinii the entire t-v-Mii. di |>e| col-U. >
cut 1' lieadM-ho, fever, baMtn.d «i nbtlpalioD
ami biMoUM-ots. Please 1 y and try n box
cf (' t". C. to-day; JO, «; .. u,« m.h. rfold and
Buuruntecdtg curc by ali drui-gists.
HOTEL DE HOSS,
i'eed, Sale and ExcKar\ge Stable.
West Second Street. . .Edmond, Oklahoaa,
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