The Indian Sentinel. (Tahlequah, Indian Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 8, 1898 Page: 4 of 4
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Make it a Point INVENTED BY TESLA.
To Cet the Boat Every Tlmo, When
You Buy Medicine.
Health ii too valuable to l>e trilled with.
l>o not experiment Ci *t Hood'a Harnapa*
rilla and you will have the lx st medicine
money ran buy the medicine that cures
when lII other*- fa. 1 You have everv reason
to exi>eet it will do for you what it haa
done for others Keuieinber
I a America'* Greatest Medicine. Price It :
Hood's Pills are the fuiorilr cathartic j
AN ADMIRER OF WOMEN.
A Matrimonial Repeater Uho (jot
More Knnmurrd with Enrh
I waa riding along the road leading
across Hurricane gup. in th> Pine mount mi
range, thinking oi the peculiar peopl. who
lived in these fastn< Mh. when i was
startled by a voice up the hilixnh railing
to me to come uj- ind give Hoinebmh a lift.
I had no idea who owned tlie vui< «•, but
whoever it wan was in trouble, and I re-
sponded and found a man « t (Ml or more
caught by the foot uti<i•-r a fallen tree and
unable to get away He wasn't hurt, and
I soon had him on hi« feet, and he insisted
on mv stopping further down the mountain
and taking dinner with hun. lie lived in a
well kept cabin with his daughter, and
after dinner we sat in the shatli «.i .1 tnr
in the yard and lie told me about I11 nine it
"Air you married?" he anked, after h<
told me he was a widower.
"No. but I hope to be aome day," I an-
awered, quite sincerely.
"You ought to be; every man ought to
be; a man that ain't ain't ahowin' a right
feel in' to'rda what the lord's done fer him,
thar ain't nothin' on the face uv (iod's
green earth that is a patch in to a wonrin.
1 don't keer what kind she is."
("You're hale and hearty yet," I said,
"and 1 don't see why you don't take aome
of your own advice."
"Don't crowd the mourners, mister," hi
A Device That May Render Fleets
and Guos Useless.
It la A11 rg to lie n I'nn rrfu I De-
stroyer, Ntid Dlatnnce U Ma Id
to Have ho Lffret 011 Ita
Ma* If Itea 111 la.
[Special New York Letter.!
I Nicola Testa, greatest of living elec-
tiiciana, is still a 3011111,' man. lie was
born in the ancient kingdom of Servia,
j '15 > ears ago, and combines w ith the en-
thusiasm of the Slav the dogged per-
sistence of the same race. itcarcd
I ti midst congenial surroundings, and un-
.ler the direc t supervision of his moth- j screwproptlled cruft about four fee
T. "hMc fain.- ... an inventor of loom. |UI1(f, no attempt h..vi..K l„ , ,, t,,
H.Hl Other household drvim it more follow the usual Kharp lines or a tor
than local; and «:-MSti.I in Ills studies I bout The deek was slijfliti/
1..v his father, an eminent preaeher ot j lirt.|,e,| ,„rinount.d i,y three slen
the tirerU eliureli. his natural love lor j (jt-r standards, the center one being
movement and without such reatrio*
tic-ns ns these must necessarily |m-
pose. He requires no intermediate
wires, cables or other form of mechan-
ical or electrical connection with the
object save the natural media In space.
He accomplishes similar results, bow-
ever, by producing waves, impulse* or
radiations which are received through
the earth water or ntmosphcre by suit- j
cble apparatus on the moving body and
causes the desired actions ho long us
the body remains within the effective
range of such currents, waves, impulses
The « •mil Till 11 a
Jonks U going to Klondike for the
j purpose of obtaining wealth enough to
-nuble him to travel in Europe for his
"Why there Isn't anything the inat-
llaving made these experiments. Tea- j'1 r w',') his health, is there.'
la proceeded to demonstrate his the- ! "Not Iber<f "in bv J,he
ones by mentis of a model which m from Klondike."—
exhibited to a representative of the 'U('K1'.
Xaw ork Herald. Tk. a.lf.r.
Elevated on stools in the e.-nter of rhe north „,r(J doth b|ow
h laboratory was a model if | Ar d we soor. shall have r ow.
And what will the golfer do then, poor
Ht- will hunt up iom« chap
Who understands that clap trap
And tslk it a.I day unto him, poor thing
—Cleveland I,<ad< r.
thematics and mechanics was gi
full play. While at school he mastered
half a dozen languages, besides being
recognized as the leader in technical
studies; and consequently had no diffi-
culty in securing a position in the Hun-
garian government telegraph engin-
eering department at Budapest. Th*.
bureaucratic methods prevailing in the
oflice where he was employed did not
pUase him, however, ui:d lie drifted to
I'aris, and then to the United States,
where he found employment iji Kd-
ison's fatuous laboratory.
It is said—whether truthfully or not.
I cannot tell, that the wizard soon grew
jealous of the young man's genius and
suggested that his room would be more
agreeable than his company. Tesla
k the hint, and established a Inborn
"''■■""V.'.'f h" «« if S1 dingo,T nil lory o( Ins own at New Vork, where
•tuck. Boot you crowd the moiirnrrs. 1,,. j... ..,.,1 , „
I m hgger n on sever'l ties vrrv ininnte ' < omluUed .1 nnmher of expert-
and 1 ain't quite shore > it which one to
pick. 1 ve been married four times, and
every time my notion uv women haa got
so much higher that I'll be derned ef I
don t kinder look forrerd to lomn' a wife
jiat fer the aatiafaction uv gittin' another
The idea waa ao entirely new that 1 waa
overcome by it.—Washington Star.
Itelationahlp tinned on Remote Per-
aoungea Una iJIUIfult to
I here ia a young lady not far away who
has a little private school and the other day
ahe overheard the following conversation
among her pupila:
It waa Monday and one of them had evi
dentlv been much impressed with her Sun
day school lesson of the day before, for a>
soon as another little girl came in. sin as
tounded her by the announcement "You
are my sister.
"I B not," said No. 2.
"Non are," said No. 1, "haven'
rather in Heaven?"
'W eli, no have I. Don't that make you tin
No. 2 was entirely nonplussed at that and
No. 1 oorrespondingl) victorious; so whan
another little girl arrived upon the a.-euc
she thought she would try the same thing on
her, too, and watkins up before the new
eoiner announced as before "Vou are my
Now No. 3 happened to be a young lady oi
a very determined disposition and she de
els red just as firmly that she was nothing
of the sort, and the "I'm nots" and You
ares" flew very fast for a minute, until No
1 brought out her knockdown argument
"Haven't you got a Father in Heaven?"
and stood awaiting the answer with a vie
But imagine her chagrin and the teacher*
amazement when the other sputtered forth
"No. I haven't, and you know it I've just
got one grandfather up there!" and strode on
to her sent, lea vine the enemy vanquished
behind her.—Cleveland Plain Dealer.
meiits which will forever give hi
high place in the history of electrical
science. A few years ago his worn-
shop was destroyed by tire, and with
it the results of years of research. This
calamity, which would have discour-
aged most men, only served to tire the
young inventor's ambition. In pa-
considcrably higher than tlj
which carried small incandescent
bulbs, n third bulb being fixed ut tliu
bow. 1 be keel consisted of u massive
copper plate, the propeller und rudder
being in the usual positions. The boat
■1 ths propelllag tnac hlottry,
consisting of an electric motor actu-
ated by a storage battery in the hold,
another motor to actuate the rudder
und the delicate machinery which per
forms I he functions of receiving through
the central standard the electric im-
pulses sent through the ntuiospheru
from the distunt operating station,
which set in motion the propelling and
sucring motors, and through them
light or extinguish the electric lamps
and tire the exploding charge in «
chamber in the bow iu respouse to sig-
nals sent by the operator.
"Now watch," said the inventor, and,
going to a table on the other side of the
room, a u which lay a little switch box,
he g*ve the lever a sharp turn. Instant-
ly the little propeller began to revolve.
"Now 1 will send the boat to starboard,"
he added, and another movement of tne
lever sent the helm sharp over, and
another motion turned it back again.
t you got
A cruel pain—sciatica. Ita cure it sure
use St. Jacobs Oil.
Nothing emits a worse odor than a tainted
leputation.—Chicago Daily News.
To Cure n fold In One l)n>
Take laxative Hromo Quinine Tablets All
tmiggiats refund money if it fails to 1 uie. 23e.
\N e somehow hate !:t t!«• sinners more than
we do big tines. A man with (uoimh moral
strength to be neat!-, r.uht should be alio
gether so — L. A. W Bulletin.
It's difficult to convince n Nchoolhox that
history repeats itself. C hicago Daily News
Cold quickens rheumatism, but quickly,
Surely, St. Jacobs Oil cures ,t
\\ hen a man gets far enough along that he
quits using tobacco every little while, he
may be set down as a confirmed us. 1 of the
weed.—Washington (Ia.) Democrat.
It n woman has « dollar every man thinki
he IK entitled to a share of it, and a lauvci
will take it all Judge
The baby'a little game—Bawl Ciolden
I Jay a.
Mistress (waylaying maid-of-all-
work, who will be so dressy)—Martha,
I'm surprised at you! Now, what
would people say if I went out 011 .1
Sunday afternoon in a pink blouse and
it 11 ii k Rebel Ho*.
The darling little baby boy presented me of
1 love with all a father's fond delight;
And yet the little rebel, quite unnatural to
Is up In arms against me every night.
A S11 use
A Race Anslnit Fire.
' After a ten days' fight to avoid death, the
J crew of a steamer from Spain recently ar-
I rived iu Baltimore, in mid ocean it wan dis-
[covered that liumea were raging 111 the ves-
sel's hold. For ten Iona days the crew brave-
ly fought the Harnea. If men would light as
persistently against disorders of the stomach
and dige:>tive organs, there would be fewer
premature deaths. The best weapon for such
1 fight is ilostetter's Stomach Hitters, it is
Uptown and hi.friend We.Ulde w.r. ! tJoTkldnoVl^bl.l'^d
in a car ou the Sixth avenue elevated orders.
Although it was quite chilly, Uptowr
pushed up the wiudow.
"Don't do tliut, you will get pneu-
monia," expostulated his rfiend.
"That's precisely what I want. My
landlord is a doctor, and if 1 don't give
him something to do pretty soon lit
will raise the rent on me."—N. V
"That child must be taught that it
A Heal Prise.
"If 1 had such a wife as Mrs. Negley I
think I could be supremely happy."
"Why, 1 don't consider her especially good
looking, and it ia easy to ice that she inn't
"! know, but when her hu l>and utartnto
tell a funny story she doesn't assume the
look of a martyr or try to change the sub-
ject. —Cleveland Leader.
Mrs. Reader—What arc the dead lan-
can't have everything it wants,' said o'J.1 . ,,
Mr Blvkina *ter..lv Mr. header- oh, they are nrobalily the
Mr. Hlykins, sternly. 1 ,„1PM t|,al wonien |mve talked to death.—
"Yes," said the mother, "but I don'i Chicago Evening News.
think we ought to devote too mush at ,
t« ntion to that part of his education ' c^e -St Jacob? (p)'J|in""ncuraIgia- It8 sure
After he grows up it probably won't: !
be many years before he realizes, a- Where a woman coaxes a man threatens,
most people do, that he's lucky to get —^ lucago Daily News.
nnything he wants." — Washingtor Denrttenn Cannot Be Cnreil
St«r. , by local applications, as they cannot reach
Are you frequently hoarse?
Do you have that annoying
tickling in your throat? Would
you feel relieved if you could
raise something? Does your
cough annoy you at night, and
do you raise more mucus in
Then you should always keep
on hand a bottle of
.Stnrtliia 111 111 Itlitlit.
lie (after being accepted)—And now
darling, may I have just one kiss?
She—Will you promise never to nsl
ie again if I let you have just one?
lie—Yes; that is, I'll promise not t<
ask for that particular one again.
She—Oh, well, take it. But I don't
e why you want to waste time asking
such fool questions.—Chicago Dailj
The Variety Ceased.
"Mrs. llasher," said the cross-eyed
boarder to the landlady, "I hope you
will not consider me impertinent 1/ 1
say that there is not very much variety
iu your fare."
•Sir," replied Mrs. llasher, "I used tc
serve hash frequently, but the young
gentlemen objected so strongly that i
stopped it." — Pittsburgh Chronicle'
Jimt it Way They llnve.
The girl who keep* her birthday,
When a merry little elf,
Keeps It still when she grows up.
Hut keeps It ( herself.
—Chicago Daily News.
A TELEPHONIC PAItADOX.
NICOLA TESLA. THE WORLD'S OHEATE8T ELECTRICIAN
Hence lie labored and toiled on les
devices, which brought him the means
of carrying on his greater operations.
And now he haa broken his silence by
announcing to the world the perfection
of an engine which, if it does but half
he claims for it, will revolutionize mod-
ern wnr/are and completely change the
position of nations In fact, the dis-
armament of the powers would be a
ity, and war would be so terrible I
that no country could sustain it even I
for a few weeks.
Mr Testa's invention, to describe it ;
11 a few words, consists in an applica-
tion of electricity whereby, without in-
rposition of any urtiHcial medium of j structh.n we have in a t
jinmunicatiou, one man can control . thus controlled, which we can operate
•xuetness the .lay and night, on the surface or b.-
f vessel, bill- ' '
"During, the dnv," explained TeM*, "w«
xliuuld steer our course l>j keeping the
two Htnndardu in line, but at night we
should depend on electric lights." and
11 signal both the tiny bulbs we.o
"Now we will assume,"continued the
inventor, "that the boat has arrived
within striking distance of the vessel
to be destroyed, and the bulb in the bow-
will serve to show that the explosion
i>'is taken place " As he spoke lie
touched the lever again and the light
Hashed and was extinguished. "Im-
agine. if you can," concluded Tesla,
w hat an irresistible instrument of de-
Bobbie had been studying his dear old
grandfather's wrinkled face for a long
"Well, Hob." said the old gentleman,
"do you like my face?"
"Yes. grandpa, said Itohbie; "It's an
invfully nice face. Hut why don't you
lave it ironed?"—Cincinnati Enquirer.
The First Symptom.
"I'm afraid my wife's affection for
tne is cooling."
"When she bade me good-by this
morning she didn't say: 'He sure and
hurry home as early as possible.'
For ten long years we hail not met,
Now by her fide I sit:
My arm steals gently 'bout her wall
She has not changed a bit.
She has r.ot changed? I guess I'm \
That ear. b«> plainly seen—
Just twenty-thjrfe her years were th
THE NKAIt-SltiHTED riSIIF.lt>1AV
"Don't you hear me? J. say this thing
must fee on the dead quiet. On Tht
Dead Quiet!!"— N. Y. World.
Burning, itching frost-bite. I'se St Ja
.•oba Oil—cures promptly Cools the fever.
A peculiarity of the sea of life is that gold
buoys a person up in it.—Detroit Journal.
THE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS
is due not only to the originality and
simplicity ot the combination, but also
to the care and skill with which it is
manufactured by scientific processes
known to the Caufoiixia Fio Svhi p
Co. only, and we wish to impress upon
all the importance of purchasing the
true and original remedy. As the
genuine Syrnp of Figs is manufactured
by the California Fio Svbup Co.
only, a knowledge of that fact will
assist one in avoiding the worthless
imitations manufactured by other par-
ties- The high standing of the Cali-
fornia Fio Syklp Co. with the medi-
cal profession, and the satisfaction
which the genuine Syrup of Figs has
given to millions of families, makes
the name of the Company a guaranty
of the excellence of Its remedy. It is
far in advance of all other laxatives,
as it acts on the kidneys, liver and
bowels without irritating or weaken-
ing them, and It does not gripe not
nauseate. In order to get its beneficial
effects, please remember the name of
the Company —
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
•an nux im o, obl
LOt'UVILLS, K|. Nt:w TOME. If. T.
and direct with absoluti
movements of any type
loon or land vehicle at any distance
that may be desired. From a station
on shore or from the deck of a moving
vessel a torpedo boat equipped with
this device may be propelled either on
or below the surface, maneuver at will
in any direction and finally brought
into contact and exploded at the side
of a hostile ship at any point within
the range of the operator. More mar-
velous yet. assuming that it were pos-
sible to locate the position of the war-
ship to be destroyed, the torpedo boat
could be directed to it. even if the ves-
sel lay in a Kuropean harbor and the
operator were stationed at Sandy ilook
or Fort Monroe
The result of this invention? Let Mr.
Tesla speak for himself:
"War will cease to be possible when !
all the world knows that the most j
feeble of nations can supply itself with
a weapon which renders its coast se-
cure and its ports impregnable to the
assaults of even the united armadas of
the world. Hattleships will cease to be
built ami the mightiest ironclads und
the most tremendous artillery atloat
will be of no more use than so much
scrap iron And this irresistible power
can lie exerted at any distance by an
agency of so delicate, so impalpable a
quality that I am justified in predict-
ing the time will come, incredible as
low it. and from any distance that may
be desired. A ship thus assailed would
lm\e no possibility of escape."
Mr. Tesla further claims that it is not
even necessary to make a close ap-
proach to the vessel to lie destroyed.
At a distance of 100 feet the explosion
of L'UO pounds of dynamite will exert a
t battering effect on u battleship
200 or 300 tons of the explosive,
exploded even a mile aw
a wave that would o
>' would raise
rw helm the
largest and strongest ship ever built.
Mr. Tesla contemplates giving a pub-
lic demonstration of his invention ut
the I'aris exposition, where he intends
to exhibit a model of a torpedo lw at
whose movements are to be directed
from his oflice at New York.
FOOLED HIS OLD MOTHER.
Claimed lie Waa SludrlSg Theology
in I he Juliet I'en I te 111 In r> and
Thus Uot Money.
After John lJuhlheller wrote home
to his mother iu Germany that he was
studying for the ministry in oue of
the largest institutions in the country,
located at 1900 North Collins street.
Joliet, and that he needed money to
buy books on theology ahe remitted
to him generously. It had alwuys been
her ambition that her boy should
it may seem, w hen it can be called into ' preach the Gospel, and she made many
tiou by the mere exercise of the hu-
How iloes the new device work?
Hitherto the only means of control-
ling the movement of a vessel Irom a
distance has been supplied through the
medium r f a flexible conductor, such as
an electric cable, but this system, ac-
cording to Tesla. ia subject to nutny
limitations, such as are imposed by the
Icatftb, weifbt and strength of the con-
ductor. by the difficulty of maintaining
with safety the high speed of a vessel
o * changing the direction of its move-
ments with rapidity, by the necessity
of effecting the control from a point
which is practically fixed, and from
many other drawbacks which are in-
separably connected with such a sys-
Testa's plan seems to Involve none of
these objections. He is ennhled by the
use of his invention to employ any
means of propulsion, to impart to the
moving body or vessel the highest pos
-ible speed, to control the operation of
its machinery, and to direct its move-
ments from either a fixed point or from
■ body moving and changing its dirt •
tion. however rapidly, and to maintain
this control over great distances with
out artificial connections between the
vessel and the apparatus governing its 1
s to enable her to provide hitu
with a gootl library.
Not long ago she asked a friend to
learn the character of the institution
iu which John was studying theology.
The friend found that 1900 North Col-
lins street was the Illinois state peni-
tentiary, and so wrote to Germany.
liuhlhellcP receives no more remit-
tances for books. Buhlheller was sent
to the prison from Cook county for bur-
glary in 18U3. He was released on pa-
role in 1B96, but was rearrested and
sent back to the institution last March
U001I Mea Not NeeileU.
Stranger—1 should think such an en-
terprising. public-spirited citizen at Mr.
Goodman would be nominuted forsoine
important oflice in this community.
Politician He'd run well, but we
don't need him.
"Don't need him?"
"No. We're always sure of a big ma-
jority, anyhow."—N. Y. Weekly.
\ tlaVV I rnlu.
Hrakeman (on southern railroad) —
Pasheugcrs is noi allowed 011 th' plat-
form. nil. when the train is in mo-
Passenger- Beg pardon; I will go in.
1 did uot notice that the tiaiu w*i ia
motion.—N. i. Weekly.
Lu alii ngton—Can't
Heen sitting here for hours and ain't
had a bite. Guess there are too many
tcainboats on the river.—N. World.
The World's Way.
To gobble up an island, at the preaert,
seems to be
The purpose of each potentate snd plotter;
He long* to plant his flag where'er the bot-
tom of the sea
Sticks up above ihe surface of ;he water
-1* A. w. Bu!U n
The Sequeuee of Kventa.
"The doctors hud u consultation yes-
"What was the result?"
"1 understand that the family law-
yers ure now iu secret session."—
I trunk ly 11 Life.
A man may Je«* as well work on.
It makes no difference how small
De task may be Hefo' lt'a dore
He'll wish he hadn't none a; all.
A. O. 1U2.1.
"The Todhums, I understand, an
very distinguished people."
"Well, perhaps that isn't the proper
word, exactly. Extraordinary wouh.
probably be better. They haven't had
a divorce on either side of the family
for two generations back."—Chicago
Won In n Fair Way.
'Why, Jitumie, my darling boy.y u'v«
got tie medal for good behavior thi*
!" said the fond mother, noting
the little silver medal on her son's
'Yes. ma," said Jimmie. "Tomir.j
•land won it, but I told him I'd kuoci-
head off him if he didn't give it tf
Friend (criticising picture) — ^
winter effect is excellent; it fn
makes one shiver to look at it.
Artist No wonder, old man. 1 begat
that picture in December, and had u
pawn ray overcoat to buy the canvas
the diseased portion of the ear. Ther.
only one way to cure deafness, and that is
by constitutional remedies. Deafness is
caused by an inflamed condition of the mu-
cous inline of the (Eustachian Tube. \\ lien
tins tube £cts inflamed you have a rumbling
sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is
entirely closed deafness is the result, and
unless t he inflammation chu be taken out
and this lube restored to it* normal con-
dition, henring will be destroyed forever;
ni i-' b of ten are 1 ausea bj • at si 1 h,
wlix h ia nothing but an inflamed condition
of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for anv
case of Dcafnesn (caused by catarrh that
cannot be cured bv Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Send for eirculara. free.
F. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family I'ilia ore the best.
W illie—Mamma, what does making a bad
' \ ou'd better ask your father, Willie."—
A cold—sore and stiff. All right again.
St. Jacobs Oil did it—cured.
Tt is harder to do wrong than right, if wo
but knew it.—L. A. W. Mullet 111.
We have not been without Piao'a Cum for
Consumption for 20 years. Lizzie Ferrel,
('amp St., Harrisburg, Pa.. May 4, '94.
Life is what we make it, hot there ..re
people who do not even make their own
living. Hani's Horn.
Limp and lame- lame back. St. Jacobs
Oil cures it promptly, surely.
Mn«t h.irherj liave o "rnke nnd amine" Lo""ir'
to net along.—L. A. W. Bulletin. , m
If you have a weak
throat you cannot be too
carcful. You cannot begin
treatment too early. Each
cold makes you more liable
to another, and the last
one is always harder to
cure than the one before it.
Dr. Astrs Cberrg Pectoral Plaster
protects the iiDjs Irom colds.
Help at Hand.
If you have any complaint
whatever and desire the best
medical advice you can pos-
sibly obtain, write the doctor
freely. You will receive a
Address, DR. J. C. AYER,
I FISH TACKLE
AN AFFAIR NATION
^It has been s&id of Amcnc&ns th&t they
are 'a nation of dyspeptics" and it is true
that few &re entirely free from disorders
of the digestive tr&tt, Indigestion, Dyspepsia..
Stomach and Bov-tel trouble, or Constip\tion.
The treatment of these diseases,
with cathartic medicines too often a.a-
grav&tes the trouble.
the logical treatment
is the use of a remedy that will build up
the system, thereby enabling the various
organs to act as Nature intended they should !
Such & remedy is found in Or YMI.*ms' Pink
Pills for Pale People Mere is the proof.
In Detroit iljprr arp few aolriiets morr popular nnil efficient than Mar
R. Davits, first acrgeaiu of Co. II Mis homr is ot 4,., Third Avenue. For
four yearn hr ra , bookkeeper with the wlioleanle drug home of Farrnnil
Wllliama ft Clark, nod he sav, "I have , Yin,,,I „p thou,and
order, for Ilr. Williama' rink Pilla forlnle People, l,„| „,Ver knew their
worth „i,tin,1Se.l them I r theatre of dm.,,, .lv«;,ePsia l or two year.
I Buffered nnd doctored tor that aggravating trouble but could outy be
I think dyspepsia i-ioneofthe most stubborn of ailments i
is scarcely a clerk or office man but what i.«
days I could eat anything, while at otl
Those distressed pains would force tnr to
treatments and remedies but they v.
lore or less a victim. Som;
times I won Id be starving,
it work. I have tried many
uld help only for a time. A friend
■ r < 0
Spaniards comprehend the ti
And heavily it wks;
he Yankees didn't go to war
To pay Homebody's debts.
Cleveland Plain Dealer
DOI in 11 L i OMPM HEN i
r It ti 1
iter golden hair wr.i I
She looked ao young, and fair, and gay,
She felt a sudden tug, and then—alack!—
IU: Kolden hair was gone with Jack the
oni> Doing Omm « r the Tktags,
Janitor (to trarupj—Dun't jou see
the sign that bays no begging and loi-
• ring ih allowed l>ere?
Tramp (iiiUignantly)—I'm not licg.
.iiiK nnd loitering. I'm onlv beeimia
-x. v. World.
t'uultl ISol K\|ilaln It.
Mauler— How tvas It 1 saw you liand-
/ug jour friende iu tlie kitchen my bc t
Mury—t can't tell, sir, for tlie life of
lie; for I'm eure I covered tbi key hole
FinnmcIn I Enterprise.
"FlU Looper ie t close-Uetcd land-
"Close fisted? If he owned n haunted
iousc he would get a spiritual medium
to collect the rent from the ghost."
A abort Pall.
Mrs. Church—I hardly ever see Tom
lucks!id at church any more—he must
h falling from grace.
Mr. Church—Well, he won't land with
nuch of n thump.—Puck.
IhirltMn—Yea, they're married now,
uid living in a flat.
Quizzar—Is his life a happy one?
ilarlein—Oh, yea! His wifd l:ecps it
varus for him.—-N Y. E\euing Journal
? to try I)r. \\ illiams* Pink Pills for Pale People, nnd after tak-
ing a lew doses 1 found much relief nnd sfter using several boxes I was
cured. I know these pills will cure dyspepsia of its worst form uud I am
pleased to recommend them ."—Detroit (Mich.) JomruaL
The genuine p&ik&ge always bear* the (ult n&mt
„„Vk druJ&'stv sent po«pA,a on metpt o( ptiit 50H
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COMB I IN E !
YOU WILL REALIZE THAT "THEY LIVE
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IF YOU USE
"By .ld\e, I'm awfully glad to nee you
here, Miss Brown. When 1 first came
in 1 felt quite nervous—everybody
looked so awfully clever,"—Punch.
er.tenccd to earn
His bread in the sweat of his brow.
Uut the niun who does It is looked upor.
As small potatoes now.
—Chicago L rt..y News.
Mri. Wijfwag (rcudinj; aoclety [mpffr)
—The bride wus au|iporit>d to Ih<- altui
l>} her father.
Wltfwaf—Ve , nnd it's ten to one he ll
l.eep on supporting her.—l'hiladelphu
In the Huuti) t'aeltle I.lea.
Umoopo—The king has ordered his
ehiet cook to seize his majesty's lnotb-
er ln law, and nfter boiling her to past
her through a strainer.
l'iu lopogo — Evidently another ease
of strained relations.—N. V. Journal.
Ill* May III- I >«■ t'c I \ cil.
"How feob< r he ceems to-night,' laid
Caswell to Dukutie, alluding to Spiflln.
"But nppearanees are deceitful " re-
plied Dukane.—Pittsburgh Cbrouicle-
lliave been untng CAM V It ETA for
Insomnia, with which I have been afflicted for
over twenty years, and I can say that Cascarets
have (flven me more relief than any other reme
fly I hare ever tried.
I shall certainly recom-
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Parks, J. T. The Indian Sentinel. (Tahlequah, Indian Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 8, 1898, newspaper, December 8, 1898; Tahlequah, Indian Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc154917/m1/4/: accessed November 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.