The Edmond Sun (Edmond, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 17, No. 43, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 2, 1906 Page: 3 of 10
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Intuition comes easier than seri-
ous contemplation; that Is why womei
READ AND YOU WILL LEARN
That ths leading medical writers and
teachers of all the several schools of
practice endorse and recommend. In the
strongest terms possible, o«li and every
lngradlont entering into tho composition
of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
for the cure of weak stomach, dyspepsia,
catarrh of stomach, "liver complaint," .
torpid liver, or biliousness, chronic bowel
affections, and all catarrhal diseases of
whatever region, name or nature. It Is
also a specific remedy for all such chronic
or long standing cases of catarrhal affec-
tions and tholr resultants, as bronchial, i
throat and lungdiseas<vt(e.\copt consump-
tion/accompanied with severe coughs. It
is not so good for acute colds and coughs,
but for fingering, or chronic cases It Is
espoclally efficacious in producing per-
fect cures. It contains Black C'herrybark,
Golden Seal root, Bloodroot, Stone root..
Mandrake root and Queen's root—all or
which arc highly praised as remedies for
all the abovo mentioned affections by such
eminent medical writers and teachers as
Prof. Bartholow, of Jefferson Med. Col-
lege; Prof. Hare, of the Univ. of Pa.;
Prof. Finley Kllingwood, M. D„ of Ben-
nett Mod. College, Chicago ; Prof. John
King, M. D., late of Cincinnati; Prof.
John M. Scudder, M. D.. late of Cincin-
nati ; Prof. Edwin M. Ilale. M. D., of
Hahnemann Med. College, Chicago, and
scores of others equally eminent in their
several schools of practice.
The "Goldon Medical Discovery " is the
only medicine put up for sale through
druggists for like purposes, that has any
such professional endorsement—worth
more than any number of ordinary testi-
monials. Open publicity of its formula
on the bottle wrapper is the best possible
guaranty of its merits. A glance at this
published formula will show that"Golden
Medical Discovery" contains no poison-
ous or harmful agonts and no alcohol—
chemically pure, triple-refined glycerine
being usea instead. Glycerine is entirely
unobjoctlonablo and besides U a mott
useful Ingredient in the cure of all stjm-
ach as well as bronchial, throat and lung
affoctions. There is the highest medical
authority for Its use in all such cases
Tho "Discovery" Is a concentrated glyc-
eric extract of native, medicinal roots
and Ls safe and reliable.
A booklot of extracts from eminent,
medical authorities, endorsing its ingre-
dients inailod free on request. Address
Dr. K. V Pierce. Buffalo. N. Y.
RUSH TO OSAGE PASTURE
Number of Cattle Shipped In Will Ex-
ceed Previous Years
PAWHUSKA: Contracts have been
made by the Midland Valley railroad
with southern cattlemeq, whereby it
will haul l,45.ri cars of cattle into the
Osage reservation, for pasture, during
the summer months. These cattle
will be unloaded at Pawhuska, Nela-
gony, Foraker and Bigheart, figuring
an average of thirty-three head to the
car, this would mean 45,015 head, to
be brought in by the Midland Valley
alone. In addition to the Midland
Valley contract," many thousand cars
will be brought in by the Santa Fe
and Missouri, Kansas & Texas, which
also cross the reservation. Osage
nation cattlemen claim that there
were 125,000 head pastured In the
reservation laSt year, and that the
number will be largely increased dur-
ing the present summer.
All the cattle must be dipped ir.
crude oil before they are placed in
pasture. They are standing the
dipping well, with the exception of
those from some parts of the Texas
Panhandle and most of the cattle so
far brought in are doing well and fat
tening on the grass.
SEVEN YEARS OF SUFFERING
Er.dod at Last Through Using Doaa's
Mrs. Sellna Jones, of 200 Main St.,
Ansonla, Conn., says: "If it had not
been for Doan's Kin-
ney Pills I would
not be alive to-3ay.
Seven years ago I
was so bad w th
pain in ths lair,
and sd weak that I
Too many men sit down in saloons
and wait for something to turn up.
Qtmuiatlju. alUuri rui 0. wlod rollc. -V * liotUa.
It is a hard matter to a*ke a woman
believe that a man ever goes into a
saloon to buy sodn water or oigars.
Garfield Tea, the herb laxative, i« mild,
effective, health-giving a faultless prep-
aration. It cures constipation.
Some men do an awful lot of hard
had to keep to my work looking for an easy job.
room, and was in ! ~
bed sometimes six I^owl*' Single Binder stralglit Bc cigar s
i —j —m—ii — xour dealer or
weeks at a spell. I u11 l-he
Doan's Kidney Pills, the kidney weak-
ness was soon corrected, and inside
a week all the pain was gone. I was
also relieved of all headaches, dizzy
spells, soreness and feelings of lan-
guor. I strongly recommend Doan's i
Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
Foster-alllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
ewis' Factory, Peoria, 111.
If a woman believes in her husband
in the blind, right sort of way, she
believes htm when he gives as an ex-
cuse for staying out late that he was
attending a mothers' meeting.
If it wasn't for Sunday the average
married man wouldn't have anything
to look forward to.
Garfield Tea is Nature's remedy for liver
and kidney diseases.
We are more sensible of what is
done against custom than against na-
All Want Restrictions Removed
MUSKOGEE: Since it luis become
known that tho restrictions will not be
removed from Indian lands by the
Curtis, bill there has been a general
rush in this department at Union
agency, and Indians pf less than full
blood aro making application by tho
hundred to have their restrictions re-
moved through the established chan-
nels. Lists of persons whose appli-
cations have been acted upon favor-
ably are being posted daily at the of-
fices of the Dawes commission now,
and it is likely that the numbers will
increase as time passes.
The larger part of the great for-
tunes of this country have been accu-
mulated after their amassers have
passed forty. In fact, the first forty R°y- N. Y.
| years of a man's life are the prepaid
tory years, the years Oi training and
discipline. A large part of this time
he is laying the foundation—just get-
ting ready to rear the superstructure.
Many of us stumble around many
years betore we get Into the right
plaae, and then, for additional years,
we make many mistakes. Most men
do not get wise until they have passed
forty. They may get knowledge be-
fore this, but not mucn wisdom. Wis-
dom is a ripening process. It takes
in a Pinch, Use ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE.
A powder. It cures pMnfuI, smart
lag, nervous feet and ingrowing nails.
It's the grea'est comfort discovery of
the age. Makes n;w shoes easy. A
certain cure for sweatln-j feet. Sold
by all druggists, 25c. Trial package,
FREE. Address A. S. Olmsted, Le
A Hyphenated American
Hypenated Americans have come to
be considered seriously as a social
problem, but the wildest of immigra-
tion alarmists have not conceived of
an extension beyond a g'.ngle liypen.
That hypenation can be extended in-
definitely, however, is shown by tho
testimony of a teacher in one of the
schools of the lower East stde in New
York. This instructor was question-
ing a class of children in regard to
"And now, Maggie," she said to a lit-
tle girl of unmistakable Irish extrac-
tion, "tell me what you are."
"Sure," said Maggie, promptly, "I'm
an Irish-American - Roman - Catholic-
Tammany Hall-Democrat."—New York
If you want to be interested, visit a
family where there is but one baby,
and two or three old maid aunts. Sis-
ters always love each other in a way
to attract admiration, and an old maid
loves her sister's baby almost as much
as the mother. And away down deep
in her heart an old maid thinks the
baby loves her as much as it loves Its
mother. If we could have our wish,
we would wish to be a baby in a fam-
ily where there are two or three old
maid aunts; then we would receive
If you can't speak the truth keep a
stiff under jaw.
It is foolish to fix an age at which
men become comparatively useless.
Some are young at seventy, others are
old at thirty-five.
W.N.U., Oklahoma City, No. 18, 1906.
PENSIONS SFNT FREtl
Write Nathan Bickford. 914 ¥ Bi., Naahtngton, D. Q,
Wanted fob Unitku .States Army: able-honied
uninaVrin.1 men, between ntc«w of 21 ukI 35; oitumi*
of United States, of good character and temperate
habit.-, who can apeak, ruad and write English. "
to Recruiting Officer, Post
a, Guthrie, Shawnee, Enid, O. T.,
fufy doaraiTtmUnd aid
SI6N OF THE FlSHl
CHICKASHA: The four big school
buildings of Chickasha are so crowded
this year that the hoard are up against
the proposition of more room lor next
year. The increased attendance this
year over last has been about 350,
which has taxed to the utmost the
present buildings. The question of
another new big building is now be-
ing discussed and some action along
this line will be absolutely necessary
at an early date in order to have the
necessary room for the accommoda-
tion of the increased population.
Increase in Governor's Allowance
WASHINGTON: Governor Kraut?,
and Delegate McGuire, 6f Oklahoma,
appeared bofore the senate judiciary
committee and had a hearing on a
proposition in favor of an increased
allowance of what is known as the
contingent expense fund for the gov-
ernor of Oklahoma in tho legislative
appropriation bill. The expense fund
includes allowance for private secre-
tary, stenographer, etc., and is in-
creased with the development of the
territory. The committee will report
an increase of $1,000
COiJfVTTt AJTOWER C«.
Trouble Expected With Miners
DU BOIS, PA.: The strike situation
in the Clearfield region is threaten-
ing. Notices have been posted by the
operators of the Buffalo, Rochester
and Pittsburg. The Bufalo and Sus-
qttehannah and the Falls Creek Coal
companies giving tho scale of wages to
be paid and the word has gone forth
that an attempt will be made to re-
sume May 1. The scale is that of
1903. The miners aro holding out for
recognition of the union and collection
of check-off by operators. If an at-
tempt is made at this time to resume
trouble is anticipated.
The federal grand jury at Muskogee
concluded its work last week returning
191 indictments. The Investigation
of the Creek roll scandal occupied
several days ef Uie jury's time but
no Indictmants were returned in oon-
ijectlon v<ith it.
Want Restrictians Removed
MUSKOGEE: A mass meeting was
held here for tho purpose of asking
President Roosevelt to take a haul in
the removal of restrictions from alien-
ation of Indian land. The meeting was
largely attended by Indian citizens,
and F. B. Fite, an Indian, presided. A
resolution was drafted and wired to
the president asking him to send a spe-
cial message to congress asking that
restrictions be removed from all In-
dian lands except homesteads and
lands belonging to full bloods.
Burglars Enter Stuart Postofice
STUART: Monday morning the dis-
covery was made that burglars had
entered the postoffice at this place.
The thieves tore the stock in the store
in which the postoffice is located to
pieces in their endeavor to find valu-
ables. They secured a number of
stamps, a small amount of money and
other articles. People here believe they
came west on a Rock Island train.
You can't convince a stubborn man
that it is impossible to convince
Al Harpster Refused New Trial
NEWKIRK: In the district court
Judge Hainer has refused the motion
of Al Harpster 'for a new trial and
sentenced him to serve a life term at
hard labor in the penitentiary at Lan-
sing. Kansas, for the murder of Mar-
tin Julian at Ponca City last June.
I go nt.what I am about as If there
was nothing else in the world for the
timo being. That is the secret of all
hard working men.—Charles Klugsley.
Important to Mothers.
Examlno carefully every bottle of CASTORIA,
a p&fn and pure remedy for infants atul chlliin-n,
end seo that It
In Ueo For Over 30 Years.
The Kind You llave Always Bought.
It has been said that the drum was
Look around the world today and the first musical instrument in use,
see what some of the men who have but how any one discovered that it ls
long passed the "dead line" are doing, j a musical instrument is still a mys*
and what they have accomplished.! tery.
Look at the young old military leaders
In little Japan who conqmered great
Russia. Oyama was twenty years past
this fatal line when he won his great
victories, and all his corps command-
ers were past fifty. The Marquis Ito,
the grand old man of japan, her great-
"Many extensively advertised reme-
dies are failures when put to the test.
Hunt's Lightning Oil is an exception.
Confidence in it is never misplaced—
disappointment never follows Its use.
est statesman, and the one who has " '3 surely the grandest emergency
MANY PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBE
W. L. Douglas
* 3= & *3 = S H O E S me"
W. L. Douglas S4.00 Cllt Edgo.LIno
cannot be equalled at any price.
Lydla E. Pink ham's
done more than any other to make
Japan what it is today, is still active
In the services of his country.
The less, interesting a man's experi-
ences have been the more likely he ls
to tell the story of his life.
Don't cultivate that habit of looking
for something to worry about. You
A good joke on a friend wouldn't ma>' so" day have your search re-
be worth a cmile if on yourself. warded.
remedy now obtainable. For cuts,
burns, sprains, aches and pains, I
know no equal."
Geo. E. Padilock,
The wonderful power of Lydla E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound over
the diseases of womankind is not be-
cause it is a stimulant, not because it
is a palliative, but simply because it is
the most wonderful tonic and recon-
struetor ever discovered to act directly
upon the generative organs, positively
curing disease and restoring health and i
Marvelous cures are reported from
all parts of the country by women who
have been cured, trained nurses who
have witnessed cures and physicians
who have recognized the virtue of
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
pound, and are fair enough to givo
credit where it is due.
If physicians dared to be frank and
open,hundreds of them would acknowl-
edge that they constantly prescribe
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
pound in severe cases of female ills, as
they know by experience it can be re-
lied upon to effect a cure. Tho follow-
ing letter proves it.
Dr. S. C. Brigham, of 4 Brigliam
Park, Fitcliburg, Mass., writes:
" It gives mo great pleoiura to soy tlint, I
havo found Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound very elYlcackms, and often pre-
senile it in my nractii-e for female difficulties. 1
"My oldest (laughter found it very benefi-
cial fora female trouble aome time ago, and my
youngest daughter is now taking it for a fe-
male weakness, and is surely gaining in health
'' I freely advocate it as a most reliable spe-
cific in all diseases to which women are sub-
ject, and give it honest endorsement."
Women who are troubled with pain-
ful or irregular periods, bloating (or
flatulency), weakness of ergans, dis-
placements, inflammation or ulceration,
can be restored to perfect health and
strength by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound, v If advice is
needed write to Mrs. Pinkham, at
Lynn, Mass. She is daughter-in-law
of Lydia E. Pinkham and for twenty-
five years has been advising sick
women free of charge. No other living
person has had the benefit of a j
wider experience in treating female
ills. She has guided thousands to
health. Every suffering womau should
ask for and follow her advice if slio
wants to be strong and well.
W.L.DOUGLAS MAKES A SELLS MORE
SHOEii THAN ANY OTHER
MANUFACTURER IN THE WORLD.
CI ft nnn REWAHO to anyone who can
<5 I U|UUU disprove this statement.
If! could take you Into mv three targe factories
nt Brockton, Mass., and show you the Infinite
.are with whicht-verv palrof shoes Isinadt* you
would realize why W. L. Douglas $.t 50 hoe
cost more to make, why they hold their nhape.
tit better, wear longer, and are of greater
Intrinsic value than any other $3.50 shoe.
W. L. Douptao Strorn Mado LJtoaa for
Man, $2.BO, f.'.OU. Bo' tt' School A
Dream Sfnmt, $.?. UO, S3, fl. 7B, $ I.BO
, CAUTION. — In.ilht ujHui having W.L.Doug-
IfiB Hnoea. Take no siilmtitute. Nona gtniuin®
without liin name und price ntuinpe«l 011 bottom.
1 hast Color Eunlels used; they will not wear brastu.
Write lor Illustrated Out it log.
\\. L. DOUGLAS.ttrockion. IMaia.
utaivl.ui* cloiiici ii leant.
Often |'the coming man" has a lit- There are very few women who can
tie bill he would like .to collect. j ln°k at the''" husbands without giving
; the Impression in the glance that they
If a man owes you money he is al- believe they might have taken their
ways ready to laugh at your alleged eggs to a better market.—Atchison
jokes. j (Kan.) Globe.
•or* e yea, ti bo [
Big Interest OnYour Money
AM profits paid in dividends. Others hnvo
niada one hundred per cent in name business.
Suro income for life—and valuable legacy for
family. Keal estate deeded to Philadelphia
trust company for protection of investors.
Beautifully illustrated booklet nnd paper free,
Writo at. once. I. L. nnd 1). Co.. Dept A, 7^5
Drexel building, Philadelphia, Fa.
The Best R«ute to Travel
IS VIA THE.
To Kansas City
Wo tender for your comfort the best
ORAIH CABS a <l PUMPMAN SLEEPERS
and ths "Frisco" is the only haii.riuu
in ths Territories that operntee DINING
Why not make your trip a p'eawtre? The
only way to do it is to patronize Our Lino.
When rr* ar<* in tJie Torri'ories you aro
near the Fri-«o. us it is all ov«r.
Any inforntuUoa yon wWi will glsdly l>o
furniibo'i by * nr Mentor y application to
D. C. FAU*lKGl«ON, F K ft LARK.
Tr«v P*M. Agt., Div Pa-H. Afffc.
Oklahoma City. Wichita, Kunn.
IDIS F^ N0 MONEY TILL CURED
IBr DR5.TH0RHT0N & MINOR Q3t Oak St, KAI
lUCAdtA.WlTH IUME3 Of PftOHIMLHT MtN CURED
i KANSAS CITY. MO. (p«*mn or net AT3T!LOW3J
Lile Weary Women
brought to despair through the suffering caused by female diseases, should
take heart. There IS a cure for all your pain and misery. Mrs. John A.
Keeton, of Cephas, Va., writes: "Life was a burden to me for years. All
that my dear doctor did, brought no relief. Cardui helped me more than
all the medicines I ever
took. Now 1 am well and
happy, and have all the
pleasures of life before
me," It relieves pain and
regulates the functions.
To make any gains some outlay is
Before raising the dust with an j
automobile it ls usually necessary to i
raise the dust for one.
Book learning is about all a man
needs in this world—providing he
spends his time in jail.
Only a very lazy man is afraid to
earn money because it may be tainted.
From Dreadful Pains from Wound on
Foot—Sy tem All Run Down—Mir-
aculous Cure by Cutlcura.
"Words cannot speak highly enough
for the Cuticura Remedies. 1 am now
seventy-two years of age. My system
had been all run down. My blood was
so bad that blood poisoning had set in.
I had several doctors attending me,
so finally I went to the hospital where
I was laid up for two months. My
foot and ankle were almost beyond
recognition. Dark blood flowed out of
wounds in many places and I was so
disheartened that I thought surely my
last chance was slowly leaving me.
As the f&at did not improve, you can
readily iMagine how I felt. I 'was sim-
ply dis/usted and tired of life. I stood
this pain, which was dreadful, for six
months, and during this time I was
not able to wear a shoe and not able
to work. Some one spoke to me about
Cutlcura. The consequentes were I
bought a set of the Cuticura Remedies
of one of my friends who was a drug-
gist, and the praise that 1 gave after
the second application ls beyond des- j
cription; it seemed a miracle, for the
Cuticura Remedies took effect immedi-
ately. I washed the foot with the
Cuticura Soap before applying the
Ointment and I took the Resolvent
at the sam6 time. After two
weeks' treatment my foot was
healed completely. People who had
seen my foot during my Illness
and who have seen It Einee the
cure, can hardly believe their own
eyes. Robert Schoen-hauer, Newburgh, |
N. Y. August 21, 1905."
A bird in the hand may be worth
two in the bush, except from the bird's
point of view.
" It's a Fact.
When depressed and out of spirits
the chances are that your liver is to
blame. Try that greatest of all liver
remedies, Simmons Liver Purifier.
Put up In tin boxes, price 25c per box.
The discrimination against the male
sex has no end. When a scarecrow is
built, ever notice that it ls patterned
and dressed like a man?
Thrrc is more Catarrh in this section of the country
rtian nil other dtheahCfl put together, and until the laH
few years wan supposed to be Incurable. For a treat
many years doctors pronounced It a l« cal disease and
prescribed local remedies, and by cOnntantly falling
to cure with local treatment, pronounced It Incurable.
Bclocice huM proven Catarrh to beaconstltadonal dl«*
ea e and therefore requires constitutional treatment.
Hsu's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. .1 Cheney
_ ;e., Toledo, Ohio, Is tho only constitutional cure on
the market. It ls taken Internally In doves from 10
dr.tps to a teaRpoonful. It acts directly on tho blood
and mucous aurfaces of the system. They offer one
hundred dollars for any case it falls to cure. Bend
for circulars and testimonials.
Address: F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio
Bold by Druggists. 75c.
Take Hall's F aiully PI Ik for consi Ipatlon.
I worked in a church once. I used
to pass the plate. I lost my job, how-
ever. They got a one-armed man to
pass it.—Al Lawrence.
"My honest conviction, based upon
my own experience and that of my
friends, is that 'Hunt's Cure' will
cure a larger per cent, of skin trouble,
especially of an itching variety, than
any other remedy. Certainly those af-
flicted with any form of Itch should
J. 0. Monroe,
A writer says: "Nothing is best
achieved by indirection." The work-
ings of a corkscrew would seem to
refute this otherwise plausible theory.
50z more cream
from same cows.
Don't accuse your cows of being'
unprofitable. Givo them a square deal
and they will pay you well. If you are
not using a centrifugal
cream separator from 20
per cent, to 60 per cent,
of 3'our cream is thrown
away with the skimmilk
— just wasted — and the
cows accused of not earn-
ing-their fetid. In addi-
tion your own time and
labor are being wasted.
Why not get a DE
LAVAL cream separator, stop Ihese
leaks, and double your profits. A DE
LAVAL machine may be bought upon
such 1 iberaJ terms that it will more than
earn its cost while you are paying for
it and still be g-ood for 20 years more
of clear profit use. As compared with
oilier separators the superiority of the
I)E LAV A L is seen in the fact that over
700,000 I)E LAVAL machines, ten times
the number of all others combined, have
been sold to date. You may have ample
trial of a DE LAVAL free of all cost.
Now is the time to get a DE LAVAL
while cows are making the largest
product, and savings count biggest.
Write to-day for free catalogue and
The Be Laval Separator Go.
Randolph A Canal Sts.
74 Cortlandt Street
Never send a man on a fool's errand.
Garfield Tea purifies the blood. Gar-
field Tea cures sick headaches.
As a rule the head that wins a hat
is too big to wear.
I.ewis' Single Binder cigar—richest, most
satisfying Binoke on the market Your
doalur or l^ewiB' Factory, Peoria, 111.
A woman never feels a day older
than she thinks she looks.
That Delightful Aid to Health
Whitens the teeth — purifies
mouth and breath—cures nasal
catarrh, sore throat, sore eyes,
and by direct application cures
all inflamed, ulcerated and
catarrhal conditions caused by
Paxtine possesses extraordinary
cleansing, healing and germi-
cidal qualities unlike anything
else. At all druggists. 50 cents
_ LARGE TRIAL PACKAGE FREB
The R. Paiton Co., Boston, Mass.
W.N.U., Oklahoma City, No. 18, 1906.
TWENTY-FIVE BUSHELS OF
WHEiT TO THE 1CRE
Means a pro-
d ucti ve ca-
pacity in dol-
lars of over
$16 per acre.
This on land which has cost the farmer noth-
ing but tho price of tilling it, tells its own
The Canadian Government gives absolutely
free to every settler 160 acres of such land.
Lands adjoining can be purchased at from ftt
to $10 per acre from railroad and other corpor-
Already 175,000 farmers from the United
States have made their homes in Canada.
For pamphlet "Twentieth Century Canada"
and all information apply to Supt. of Immigra-
tion, Ottawa, Canada, or to following authorized
Canadian Government Agent—J. S. Crawford,
No. 185 W. Ninth Street, Kansas City, Missouri.
(Mention this paper J
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