The Edmond Sun (Edmond, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 18, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 17, 1907 Page: 3 of 8
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THE EDMOND SUN.
*. B. BAILEY.
NEW STATE NEWS
PRESCRIPTION OF AN EMINENT
SPECIALIST IS GIVEN.
Jeanette L. Baker has been appoint-
ed postmaster at Ponca City. Mrs. Bak-
er Is the wife of Claude Baker, prlate
aecret&ry to Congressman McGulre. who
was generally believed to be a candi-
date and against whose appointment
such a bitter fight was being waged.
New Mexico Is holding a constitution-
al convention and will apply to congress
Attorney General Cromwell spent
couple of days in Oklahoma City last
week taking depositions of shippers to be
used In the mandamus proceedings
brought against the Rock Island In Oar-
field county to compel the road to fur-
nish more cars and improve its road bed.
The examination of the Bank of Kiowa
by J. A. Mercer of South McAlester dis-
closes a shortage of 19.000. The cashier.
C. A. Birge Is missing and has been ever
since the bank closed.
The bar association at Antlers has
passed and forwarded to President
Roosevelt a resolution protesting against
the official conduct of Judge T. C. Hum
phrey of the Central district, charging
him with ignorance, incompetence and
favoriteism. He is a candidate for a
Miss Agnes Mulhall, she of equestrian
fame, daughter of Zack Mulhall, the
widely known Oklahoma ranchman, has
signed a contract to appear upon the
ntage for the remainder of the season in
a Wild West act. Miss Mulhall will get
"big money". Miss Mulhall Is said to
possess no little hiattrionlc ability.
Perry has nearly closed the deal for a
large new creamery.
Drilling for oil is to begin at Russell.
Indian Territory, near South McAlester,
The United States senate has con-
firmed the recess appointment of Hon.
John Bmbry as United States district at-
torney for Oklahoma.
Necessary Ingredients Cost Little
and Can Be Secured at Any Good
Drug Store—Will Break a
Mix half ounce of tljp Pure Virgin
Oil of Pine with two ounces of glycer-
ine and half a pint of good whisky;
shake well and use in teaspoonful
doses. A noted authority on diseases
of the throat and luigs who estab-
lished a camp for consumptives in the
pine woods of Maine, declares that
the above formula will heal the lungs
and cure any cough thai Is curable.
It will break up a cold In twenty-four
hours. The ingredients can be se-
cured from any good prescription
druggist at small cost.
Virgin Oil of Pine (Pure) is put up
only in half-ounce vials for dispen-
sing; each vial is securely sealed in a
round wooden case with engraved
wrapper, showing the name—Virgin
Oil of Pine (Pure) prepared only by
Leach Chemical Co., Cincinnati, O.
—plainly printed thereon. There are
many rank imitations of Virgin Oil
of Pine (Pure), which are put out
under various names, such as Concen
trated Oil of Pine, Pine Balsam, etc
Never accept these as a substitute for
the Pure Virgin Oil of Pine, as they
will invariably produce nausea and
never effect the desired result.
Virgin Oil of Pine (Pure) is also
said to be a perfect neutralizing agent
for uric acid.
Can You Answert
If you have a friend who thinks he
knows it all ask him to explain the
dlfterence between an , Alexandrine
and a woman of Alexandria; a masher
and a mashle; adenoids and aneroids
six of oae and a half dozen of the
other; neoplatonlsm and platonic
friendship; macaronic, macaroni, and
Marconi; a referendum and a referee
irrellgion and birreliglon; the jungle
and Port Sunlight; Arminlans and
Armenians; a carpet knight and a rug
headed kern.—Chicago Tribune.
The last person to forget a klndnesi
Is the one who doe3 it.
TO CCRK A COLD IN OKF DAT
Take I.AXA T1VK BllOMuQnlnineT«b eu. Prnr
Kit* s rriuud niuiie- ti 11
ti HuV E S aigiiattire la on each box.
Kindness is wisdom. There is none
In life but needB it and may learn.—
To recover quickly from bilious attacks,
sick-headache, indigestion or cold*, take
Garfield Ten. the mild laxative. Guaran-
teed under the Pure Food Law.
History, the evidence of time, the
light of truth, the life of memory, the
directress of life, the herald of anti
gulty, committed to immortality.—
Section hand on the Fris'co at Holden
ville went on a strike last week on a re-
duction of wages of from $1.25 to $1.00
per day. The track is in bad condition
and the road will experience some diffi-
culty in running trains until the strike
The cigar factory of P. E. Noll In
Shawnee has been destroyed by fire; loss,
A car load of cotton valued at $4,000,
the property of Sam Wiliams, burned a
few days ago at Sayre, on the Rock
Frank Lacey,'recently arrested in Kan-
sas. has been sentenced to two years in
the penitentiary for cattle stealing at
T. J. Loggins was not held to the
grand Jury at Oklahoma City, for the
killing of Henry Sullivan, the evidence
being deemed insufficient.
El Reno expects the Rock Island to
make many Improvements there during
the year 1907, including the erection of
a large modern depot.
"The territory is a land of homes,"
says Governor Frantz In his annual re-
port. "Out of 86,908 families In Oklaho-
ma in 1900. 60,086 owned their homes."
The Missouri, Kansas & Texas rail-
road has secured an Injunction restrain-
ing the city of Shawnee from arresting
the trainmen for the failure of the road
to maintain street watchmen.
Mrs. A. J. Gray of Roosevelt gave birth
to a baby boy on March 2, last, and on
January 1, 1>07, she delivered two girls
and a boy—triplets—making four babies
in ten months. Strange that such a
record against race suicide should occur
at Roosevelt, isn't It?
CLINE'S FIRST WORK
Prepares an Appeal to Interior Depart-
ment on School Land Case
GUTHRIE: The first work assigned to
Joseph H. Cllne, ^cently appointed as-
sistant attorney general for the school
landd epartment. Is the preparation of
an appeal to the interior department at
Washington from a decision by the com-
missioner of the general land office.
The latter official has held that It Is
necessary for the Oklahoma school land
hoard to make affidavit that no saline
springs are included In the 1,050,000
acres of government landd onated to the
new state in the enabling act for college
purposes. Wherever salin springs oc-
cur on government land, this fact makes
the land subject to placer mlplng, and
such affidavits are demanded in the tak-
ing up of government lands by home-
The school land board, on the other
band, holds the lands were not taken by
the territory under the homestead act,
and therefore the board Is not subject
to the provision of that act. In discuss-
ing the matter, Secretary Fred L. Wen-
er said: "The enabling act simply
states that the 1,050,000 acres for col-
lege purposes are to be selected by the
territory, and no mention whatever Is
made of the homestead provisions."
PIONEER INDIAN TRACER DEAD
Always to Be Depended Upon.
When a person gets up in the morn
ins with a dull headache and a tired,
stiotchy leeiing, it's aa almost certain
indication that the liver, or bowels
or both, are decidedly out of order.
At such times Nature, the wisest
and best of doctors, ta.;es this means
to give warning that she needs the
help and gentle assistance which can
best be obtained from that old fam
ily remedy, Brandreth's Pills, which
has been in use for over a century.
They are the same fine laxative
tonic pill your grandparents used
when doctors were few and far be-
tween, and when people had to have
a remedy that could absolutely be de-
Brandreth s Pills can be depended
upon, and are sold in every drug and
meaicino store, plain or sugar-coated
Fiencl. President'* "Doutle."
M. Eallleies was, until recently, be-
lieved to be the only president of the
French republic who had no double
but his counterpart has been found
The man who most resembles him
! hysically is a respectable merchant
->f the Rue Saint Honore, who plays
his part with decorum and dignity. He
vears exactly the same kind of blue
jutterfly necktie with white dots as
he president, the same kind of hat
md exactly so oddly cut a beard. And
in his promenades he is always ac-
ompanied by a frend who could eas-
ly be taken for the president's prl
.ate secretary. D'.gnified and with
ncasured steps, the enviable double
valks through the Faubourg Saint
ilonore and feels overjoyed at being
saluted on all sides.
Novelist's Early Earnings.
A pocket series of Mr. Thoma*
Hardy's Btories is to be published
soon, and lately a complete edition ol
his books in 20 beautiful volumes wai
issued in America with success. Wher
Mr. Hardy took the manuscript oi
"Under the Greenwood Tree" to thf
late Mr. Tlnsley that enterprising pub
Usher offered the novelist the sum oi
$125 down for the book. Mr. Hard>
accepted the sum, although he ownec
that he was "a bit disappointed," add
ing that nevertheless he "meant tc
keep on." Next came his book "A Pair
of IUuo Kyes," for which Mr. Tlnsley
gave the novelist $500, saying: There
Is no money In the book, but I can
see that Hardy Is going to get a grir
Of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, the
Great Woman's Remedy for Woman's Ills.
Not "Just as Good"—Its the Best.
One box of Hunt's Cure is unfailing
ly, unqualifiedly and absolutely guar
anteed to cure any form of SKIN DIS-
EASE. It is particularly active in
promptly relieving and permanently
curing all forms of ITCHING known.
ECZEMA, TETTER, RINGWORM
and all similar troubles are relieved
by one application; cured by one box.
Fine Feat ef Engineering.
The feat of moving a lighthouse
without taking it apart or dismantling
it In any way has recently been accom
nlished at Ashtabula. The range light
weighing (5 tons and standing 65 feet
high, was placed on a lighter and
•owed along the river a distance of
750 feet, and then successfully place
on a new site. It was raised by the
use of jacks and moved on rollers to
ind from the lighter. Guy ropes held
ft In position while moving.
Laundry work at home would be
tnuc*> more satisfactory If the right
Starch were used. In order to get the
desired stiffness, it Is usually neces-
sary to use so much starch that the
beauty and fineness of the fabric 1s
hidden behind a paste of varying
thickness, which not only destroys the
appearance, but also affects the wear-
ing quality of the goods. This trouble
can be entirely overcome by using De-
fiance Starch, as it can be applied
much more thinly because of its great-
er strength tha> other makes.
of life, In girls (at about 13), or
women (at about 45), requires
the help of a pure, strengthening,
tonic medicine, to carry them
over the critical period and en-
sure their continued strength and
for over 50 years, has been a most
successful medicine for relieving
pain, strengthening the womanly
organs and regulating the func-
tions. Purely vegetable, non-in-
toxicating, harmless and reliable.
At all Druggists 024
Hlnta for the Pipe Lover.
The Canadian Cigar and Tobacco
Journal gives some hints to those
who smoke pipes. Everybody thinks
he knows how to smoke a pipe, but to
do it perfectly Is not easy. "Time is a
'teynote of successful pipe smoking,"
ays the Journal, "and another Is gen-
leness. Take it easy. Don't crowd
he pipe to the top of the bowl. Never
-;et a pipe hot. Keep cool, and keep
your pipe cool. You can relight a pipe,
ind if you are an old smoker you will
'ie all the better for it. When you
lave finished do not refill a heated
LYDIA E. PINKHAM
No other medicine for Woman's ills in the world has received such wide-
8Pr To oatDher Tedi^e h^Tch^eord of cures of female Ulnes.es or such
hosts of grateful friends as has Lydia E. Pink hum s Vegetable Compound
For more than 30 years it has been curing all forms of leinale Complaints,
Inflammation and Ulceration, and consequent Spinal \Veakness_ ..
It has cured more cases of Backache and Local Weaknesses than^any ot, e
one remudy. It dissolves and expels tumors in an early stage of development.
irrAimlarities and periodical pains, Weakness of the btomach, Indigestion,
Bloating Nervous Prostration, Headache, General Debility quickly vieldU.it;
also deranged organs, causing nain, dragging sensations ami 'backache.
Under all circumstances it acts in harmony with d
It removes that wearing feeling, extreme lassitude, don t cart and
BaCkThose women" ho*re f u so to accept anything else are rewardedahundred
thousand times, for they get what they want-a cure, bold by Dtuggists
everywhere. Refuse all substitutes.
VH r1" AQ C* I ft A! JOHN W. MORRIS
ja Km Iva W I W Washington, D. C.
Of Succeeefully Prosecute® Claims.
Late Principal Examiner IT. B. Penstoa Bureau.
W. N. U.. Oklahoma City, No. 3, 1907
WHITE for Free Advice, stating
line and describing your symptoms, to
Ladies Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga
Medicine Co., Chattanooga. Tenn.
HEW WHEAT LANDS IN
THE CANADIAN WEST
K nnn additional mliei
J,JLU 0f railway tbia
year have opened up •
largely increased terri-
tory to the urogreaalva
farmer® or Western
Canada and the Got-
ernment of the Domin-
ion continues to *i*«
ONE HUNDRED AND
SIXTY ACRES FREE to every settler.
THE COUNTRY HAS
Coal, wood and water In abundance; cfcnrchM
and achoola convenient: markets easy of ac«"N
*«ta low: climate the 6eat in the
cerate zone. I„aw a nd order pre vai.se very where.
For advice and information address th«
SUPERINTENDENT OP IMM1GRA^10^
Ottawa, Canada, or any authorized Canadian
J. S. CRAWFORD, No. 125 W. Ninth Street,
Kansas City, MUiouri.
CALIFORNIA ,rri,f""rt Pi m"
B . aided ran*). Only 1
l, 16W O'fariel St, San Ftanaksa*
I EWIS' SINGLE BINDER
K STRAIGHT 54CJGAR CICARS^NOT0SO GOOD
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES
Spots before your eyes, dizziness, sick headache, biliousness,
constipation, malaria, chills, (ever, muddy complexion, bad breath, sour
taste, nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, etc., are all signs that your
liver is out of order. These symptoms will surely lead to worse, If you
do not stir up your liver with
the genuine, original, vegetable liver medicine, of which you have al-
ways heard. The favorite for over 70 years. In 25c and $1 packages.
AT ALL DEALERS
The longest distance ever com-
lassed by human vision Is 183 miles,
'lelng the distance between the Un-
"omrarghe park. In Colorado, and
Mount Ellen. In Utah. This feat was
tccomplished by the surveyors of the
United States coast and geodetic sur-
vey, who were engaged, In conjunc-
tion with representatives of other na-
Mons, in making a new measurement
of the earth.
'Nails are a mighty good thing—
particularly finger nails—but I don't
believe they were Intended solely for
scratching, though I used mine large-
ly for that purpose for several years,
i was sorely afflicted and had it to do.
One application of Hunt's Cure, how-
ever, relieved my itch and less than
one box cured me entirely."
J. M. Ward,
Colonel John N. Florer Came From Kan-
aaa With Osagos In 1872
BARTLESVILLE: Colonel John N.
Florer, bkcA 63. a veteran of the civil
war nnd a hlRh degree aaon. died at the
home of his nephew, Mortimer F. Still-
well. He was a trader at Grayhorse,
Okla.. with the Osage for a third of a
century, coming with them from Kansas
in 1878. He obtained of the Osage coun-
cil the blanket lease which resulted In
the development of the oil Industry here.
Intermer' Wis made at Lawrenc. Kan.,
Roman Relics Found In Wales.
Workingmen engaged in diverting
a roadway at Welwyn, Herts, "Wales,
unearthed seven Roman urns In •
good state of preservation, a Roman
spur, two drinking bowls six Inches
high, one smaller cup, a bowl, som«
bronze plate, an iron standard and •
small urn six inches high.
To neglect a cold the results are too
often very serious. Bronchitis, Pleu-
risy, Pneumonia and Consumption are
frequently the consequences. Upon
the appearance of a cold, sore throat
or chest, use Simmons' Cough Syrup.
It soothes the irritation, loosens the
phlegm and promptly cures you.
Man cannot be altogether cleared
from injustice in dealing with beasts
as he now does.—Heraclitus.
Special Trains Leave Chicago, March 19th,
Heart and Nerves Fail on Coffee.
A resident of a great western state
put3 the ease regarding stimulants
with a comprehensive brevity that is
admirable. He says:
"1 am 5G years old and have had con-
siderable experience with stimulants.
They are all alike—a mortgage on re-
served energy at ruinous interest. As
the whip stimulates but does not
strengthen the horse, so do stimulants
act upon he human system. Feeling
this way, I gave up coffee and all
other stimulants and began the use of
Po3tum Food coffee some months ago.
The beneficial results have been ap-
parent from the first. The rheumatism
that I U3ed to suffer from has left me.
I sleep Bounder, my nerves are stead-
ier and my brain clearer. And I bear
testimony also to the food value of
Postum—something that Is lacking In
coffee." Name given by Postum Co.,
Dattle Creek, Mich. There's a reason.
Read "The Road to Wellville," the
quaint little book in pkgs.
Sound Law In New Book.
A. C. Fox-Davis, a London lawyer,
vho has written 54 volumes, mainly on
he peerage and law, has broken Into
he field of fiction with a detective
tory in which he warrants that the
iw is all right. He wrote the book
lust because he found the law all
vrong in one of the best of the Sher-
lock Holmes stories.
Give Defiance Starch a fair trial-
try it for both hot and cold starching,
and if you don't think you da better
work, in less time and at smaller C03t,
return it and your grocer will gi e
you back your money.
The sea level canal from Marseilles
to the Rhone river is to be oompleted
In seven years at a cost of $13,730,-
Garfield Tea purifies the blood and erad-
icates disease. Take it for constipation.
Guaranteed under the Pure Food Law.
Many a man smacks of freshness,
but freshness gets no smacks.
PILES CUBED IN « TO 14 DAT*.
PA.7.U OINTMENT l« iiuarsnwed to elir« any <• «•
of ltohniK. Blind. Bleeding or I'roirudiuf HIm la
ti to 14 dars or monM refunded. Mo.
A man's good Judgment usually
shows up the day after.
Furs! Fur#! Furs!
Write for Price Circular and ship to
McMillan Fur Si Wool Co., Minneapolis.
If you are a gay old dog you have
no right to whine.
Mn. Wlnilow'* Soothing Syrup.
For children teathlng, oft«n* the gumi, redacfi
brnmi'lon. alius pain, cures wind colic. 26c a botU*
Uneasy lies the head that wears a
and Alberta Homesteads.
Canadian Government representatives will
accompany this train through to destination.
For certificate entitling cheap rates, litera-
ture and all particulars, apply to
J. S. CRAWFORD, No. 125 W. Ninth Street, Kansas City,
Beoaus* of those ugly, grizzly, «ray hair*. Use " LA CREOLE" HAIR RESTORER. Price, ei.OO, retail.
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Dailey, A. D. The Edmond Sun (Edmond, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 18, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 17, 1907, newspaper, January 17, 1907; Edmond, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc150082/m1/3/: accessed March 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.