El Reno Weekly Globe. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 48, Ed. 2 Friday, February 10, 1905 Page: 4 of 6
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AN OLD MAN'S TRIBUTE.
An Ohio Fruit Raiser, 78 Years Old,
Cured of a Terrible Case After Ten
Years of Suffering.
Sidney Justus, fruit dealer, of Men-
tor. Ohio, says: I was cured b> Doan's
Kidney Pills of a severe case of kid-
ney trouble, of
eight or ten
I suffered the
other palna In
the region of
These were es-
siiinkv Justus. to lift anything,
and often I could hardly straighten
my back. The aching was bad ill the
daytime, but just as bad at night, and
I was always lame In the morning. I
was bothered with rheumatic pains
and dropsical swelling of the feet. The
urinary passages were painful, and the
secretions were discolored and so free
that often I had to rise at night. I
felt tired all day. Half a box served
to relieve me, and three boxes effected
a permanent cure."
A TRIAI. FREE.—Address Foster-
Milburn Co.. Buffalo, N. Y. For sale
by all doalers. Price 50 cents.
The most agreeable people In the
world are those who never have any
jplnlons of their own.
Insist on Getting It.
Some grocers say tliey don't Veep
Defiance Starch. This is because they
have a stock on hand of other brands
containing only 12 oz In a package,
which they won't be able to sell llrst,
because Defiance contains 16 ox. for
the same money.
Do you want 16 oz, Instead of 12 os.
for same money? Then buy Deftanca
Starch. Requires no cooking.
CAME NEAR GETTING IT
■ pinpnn ST C A 111 T! 'n|i°'pn' sor' of 'nClvldual lay | BRIBERY IN CALIFORNIA
tAUbnO A I i AUL I down one day In the earry fall under
j the branches of a tree laden with Money Is Influencing Legislation
I ripe plums. He soon fell asleep and the Golden State
Ills mouth Hew open. In a little while SACRAMENTO. CAU: As an ou' |
Dcrncifjr a rlpo plum fell from the tree and fell come of the bribery scandal in the
SNAKE INDIANS NOT REF j plump between hiB jaws it waked state legislature. Joseph 8. Jordan.
THEIR ALLOTMENTS I him an(J fln(1|ng t)je luscious fruit in the alleged agent of the accused sena-
tes mouth he concluded that he had tors, has been formally arraigned on
' discovered an easy way to get a llv- a charge of felony. I he specific |
ling The next day he came again, 1 accusation is that he obtained 11,650
PROVES TO BE PLOT ON PART OF LEADERS lay down on his back under the tree from Ceorge N. Tlchenor ou the rep- j
j and opened his mouth. In a few rain- lesentatioii iliat he would Improperly ,
I utes, Instead of a ripe plum, a large influence the action and votes of |
BISHOP OWES HEALTH
AND LIFE TO PE=RU=NA.
Ministers of All Denominations
Join In Recommending
Pe-ru-na to the
Constitution Guarantees Every State
"I guess it Is now pretty veil set-
tled that we will have a republican
administration for the next four
years," remarked Representative
Uede, of Minnesota, "and I am re-
minded of an incident which liappon-
edin my state a number of years ago.
A republican candidate for congress
met iiis opponent In one of the back-
woods districts to discuss the issues.
Mr. republican spoke llrst, followed by
Mr. democrat, who tlayeil everything
save the constitution. He floundered
around in great glory, and was evi-
dently making friends and votes
among the people, when tte republi-
can requested him to answer just onu
question. Mr. democrat said ho
would. 'Well,' said the republican,
fully determined to offset anything in
the way of vote-making his oppenent
had accomplished, 'you declare the
constitution says this and says that.
Now, sir, does It not say that "The
United States shall guarantee to
every state a republican form of gov-
" 'It does," answered the democrat
with a rather despairing look and
"'Then, sir, why do you preach
"This was a poser, and the back-
wods men yelled for the republican
and they voted for him, too."—Nash-
A FELLOW FEELING.
1 Certificates Returned to the Depart-
ment Without Knowledge of Allot-
tees—This Discovery Throws New
Light on the Action of Snakes
MUSKOGEE: Mr. Shoenfelt, the In-
llan agent, has discovered what ap-
I pears to lie a plot on the part of the
leaders of the Snake Indians In the
Choctaw and Chickasaw nations to
hold tip allotment certificates which
have been sent lo the allottees and
return them to the interior depart-
ment. This lias evidently been done
against the will of the allottees, as an
Investigation made by Mr. Shoenfelt
revealed the fact that all of Ihe Sniilc*
Indians thus far seen In regard to tie*
matter claim that they have never re- ,
celved certificates, and did not return
them to Washington.
H. C. t'usey of the appraisement de-
partment of ihe agency, went to
twenty-six of the Snakes who were
supposed to have returned I heir cer- j
titlcates and every o e of llieni dls-j
claimed ever havlns received the cer- j
titlcates. They said that they wanted
title lo their allotments and are not j
opposed to accepting land from the j
government A number of these we;-e
living on their land, and some were
This discovery throws new llglii on
the opposition of the Snakes to taking
Mr. Shoenfelt believes that Iho
Snake leaders have In some way In-
tercepted Kie certificates in the post-
offlces and have returned them to the
Interior department without consult-
ing the allottees.
The interior department has recent-
ly received more than 300 certificates
of allotments which have been re-
turned by the hnakes. The Indian
agent here has received hundreds of
these certificates during the past few
juicy worm fell Into his mouth. As
he spat it out with disgust he ex-
claimed: "There are exceptions, but
as a general rule a man had better
keep his mouth shut."—Mail and
WILL ENFORCE LAWS
Why She Felt Lenient Towards the
A great deal depends on the point of
view. A good temperance woman was
led. In a very peculiar way, to revise
lier somewhat harsh judgment of the
poor devil who cannot resist Ills cups
and she is now the more charitable.
"For many years I was a great suf-
ferer from asthma. Finally my health
got so poor that I found 1 could not lie
down, hut walked the floor whilst oth-
ers slept. I got so nervous 1 could not
"Specialists told me 1 must give up
the use of coffee—the main thing that
I always thought gave me some relief.
I consulted our family physician, and
he, being a coffee Rend himself, tolu
rae to pay so attention to their ad-
vice. CofTee had such a charm for me
that in passing a restaurant and get-
ting a whiff of the fragrance I could
not resist a cup. 1 felt very lenient
towards the drunkard who could not
pass the saloon. Friends often urged
me to try Postum. but 1 turned a deaf
ear, saying, 'That may do for people to
whom coffee is harmful, but not for
pie—coffee and I will never part.'
"At l"St, however. 1 bought a pack-
age of Postum. although I was sure 1
could not drink it. 1 prepared it as
directed, and served it for breakfast.
Well, hitter as 1 was against it. >
must say that never before had I
tasted a more delicious cup of coffee!
From that day to this (more than two
years) I have never had a desire for
the old coffee. My health soon re-
turned; the asthma disappeared, 1 be-
gan to sleep well and in a short time
I gained 20 pounds In weight.
"One day 1 handed my physician
the tablets he had prescribed for me,
telling liim I had no use for them. He
stayed for dinner. When I passed him
his coffee cup he remarked: 1 am glad
to see you were sensible enough not
to let yourself be persuaded that coffee
was harmful. This is the best cup of
coffee I ever drank.' he continued;
'the trouble Is so few people know
how to make good coffee.' When he
got his second cup I told him he was
drinking Postuni. He was incredu-
lous. but I convinced him, and now he
uses nothing but Postum in his home
Hnd has greatly Improved in health. "
Name given by Postum Co., Battle
Look in each package for the fa
mous little book, "The Road to Well
Officers In Kiowa County Serve No-
tice on Gamblers and Saloons
HOBART: Sheriff Hay and County
Attorney Connor are determined to
enforce the laws relating to gambling
and Sundav saloons, and have served
the following notice upon all offend
To Whom It May Concern: This
is to give notice that all gambling of
whatsoever character in every I own
and place in Kiowa county, public or
private, behind closed or open doors,
upstairs or downstairs, must at once
"All gambling machines. Inst ru-
inents and devices remaining and dis-
covered in Kiowa county after publi-
cation of this notice will be taken and
destroyed. No windows or fronts of
saloons must be screened or in any
way obstructed on Sunday or any
"All good citizens are urgently re-
quested to aid and assist in carrying
this order into force and effect.''
Stoessel Now a Jew
I According to newspapers published
In the Far East, General Stoessel, de-
i fender of Port Arthur is of Jewish
origin. His grandfather, Abraham
' Stoessel, a goldsmith by trade, went
to St. Petersburg from Monravta
about 1835. His son on reaching man-
' hood embraced the Russian orthodox
faith and he whose name la now I'a-
mous the world over was brought lip
I In the same belief.
THERE IS JUST ONE SURE WAY. j
Dodd's Kidney Pills build up Run.
down People. They make healthy
Kidneys and that means healthy
people. What Mr. and Mrs. J. L
Nora, lnd., Feb. 6th.— (Special)—
That the sure way of building up
run-down men and women is to put
their kidneys in good working order is
shown by the experience of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph L. Duffey of this place.
Both were weak and worn and dis-
splrlted. They used Dodd's Kidney
Pills and to-day both enjoy the best
Mr. Duffey says: "I was very weak
end almost past going. I tried every-
thing which people said was good but
got no benefit till 1 tried Dodd's Kid-
ney Pills. They helped me in every
way and I am strong and well now."
Mrs. Duffey says: "I was so bad
that if anybody would lay down a
string I felt I cottld not step over it.
Since taking Dodd's Kidney Pills I
can run and jump fences."
Healthy kidneys insure pure blood;
Dodd's Kidney Pills insure healthy
An Absent-Minded Statesman
Representative Byrd of Mississippi,
has established what one of his col-
leagues termed the "long-distance rec-
ord for absent-mindedness.'' The
other day when the house adjourned
and members were flocking to their
committee rooms or for eapitol exits
Mr. Byrd hurried out with his over-
coat buttoned up about his chin, but
with no hat on. He was evidently
making tracks for the nearest car
line. A doorkeeper spied the rushing
bareheaded statesman and gasped
with astonishment. Then he sent a
page flying in pursuit. Mr. Byrd was
overtaken before he left the building.
"Mr. Byrd, you've forgotten your
hat," panted the page. 'Mercy sakes,
so I have," said the Mississippian,
placing his hand to his head quickly.
"Run back to the cloak room, son,
and tote it to me."
Senators Bunker. French. Wright and
Edmonds in the investigation of
building and loan societies. The pro-
ceedings against Jordan were Insti-
tuted at the instigation of the tlU-
trlct attorney of Sacramento county,
Mr. Seymour, who entered the ''a"" I anlon(ftheir class,
unexpectedly, and Ills appearance n peruna has bee
the matter is said to have caused con- ; ftm0ng them
siderahle agitation among the men j
There are rumors that Jordan ha* j
made a confession to Seymour or In- |
lends doing so. It has been repre-
sented to the prisoner that be Is to
be made the scapegoat of the scan- j
da), and that the legislators under j
suspicion will declare he was merely
n bunco operator, working with their .
names as his capital.
The investigation committee of the !
senate resumed Its session and heard ]
a number of witnesses, whose testi-
mony was corroborative of that al-
j ready given.
A GREAT PUBLIC AUCTION
Public speaking especially exposes
the throat and bronchial tubes to
Breathing the air of crowded assem-
blies, and the necessary exposure to
night air which many preachers must
face, makes catarrh especially prevalent
An Illinois Legislator Makes Serious
Charges Against That Body
SPRINGFIELD. ILL.: An upheaval
In the Illinois legislature, possibly
rivaling that of the recent hoodie
scandal 111 Missouri, may be the out-
come of an address made by Repre-
sentative Frank D. Comerford of
Chicago to the students of the Illinois
college of law a few nights ago. The
general assembly has appointed s
committee of seven to investigate
the charges made by Mr. Comerford.
which art reported as specifleally al-
leging that "the Illinois legislature Is
i great public auction, where special
privileges are sold to Ihe highest bid-
ders. and that without respect
party affiliations grafters seem to be
In the majority.
become justly popular
ship lor Peruna.
' r fi/SHOP t.tt.flALSEY. J pe^ehrheatlp,
^ claimed for it.
The Friends of Pe-ru-na.
Despite the prejudices of the mediea.
profession against proprietary raedi
cines, the clergy have always main
tained a strong* confidence and friend
discovered by personal ex-
.t Peruna does all that i*
claimed for it.
ARDMORE: The following teach-
ers passed the examination held by
the board of examiners for the Chicka-
saw nation at Tishomingo last week:
A. Adams. Springer; Cecil Cockrell.
Madill: Fayette Copel, Chickasaw:
Mattie Crawford, Paucaunia; G. P
Selvhlge. Ardmore: John I). West.
Ardmore; Ramona Bynum, Ravia;
George H. Chance. Mill Creek; Mela
Chestnut, Minco: R D McManus, Ber-
FEAR OF NEW TRIAL
Failure to Pass Sentence in Vickers
Case Causes Speculation
MUSKOGEE: The courts have
failed lo pass senlence on Joe Vickers.
a negro convilted of assault and rape
upon the person of a while woman
living in the country, and it is g n
,rally believed that there will be a
new trial. The Cnlted States marshal
and his field men fear that if a new
trial is granted the jury will withhold
sentence of capital punishment. They
say that there have been a good many
crimes committed In the section
the country where Vickers assaulted
(he woman, and by a succession of
unfortunate circumstances the crimin-
als have been slow In receiving jus
tice. This lias bred a mob senti-
ment. and recently two 1 ynchIllgs
have only been averted by the deter-
mined action of the officers. '1 he\
fear that if there is any clemency
shown Vickers that at the next oppor-
tunity the people will take the law
Into their own hands.
A well developed conscience will
make a hero of almost any man
A Woman's Martyrdom
Is too often her own fault, simply be-
cause she won't take sufficient trouble
to try a medicine that so many thou-
sands of women enthusiastically rec-
ommend, viz.: Dr. Caldwell'*", (laxa-
tive) Syrup Pepsin. This bla^d, sooth-
ing. curative medicine, regulates dis-
ordered functions of stomach, liver,
bowels, etc., and soon restores sick
women to perfect health. Try it. Sold
by all druggists at 50c and $1.00. Mon-
ey back if it fails. ^
Exchange of Royal Gifts
Every Christmas the kaiser sends
to King Edward the head of a boar,
and the king sends the kaiser turkeys
and beef raised on the royal estate.
$100 Reward, $100.
The readers of thin paper will br pleased to learn
that there !• at leut one drt-aded disease tbst srlenre
but bwn able to cure In all lie sta^e*. and that la
Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure la the «.nly poelflve
cure uow known to the m«;dlcal fraternity. * •l*r.r
being a constitutional disease. requires a constitu-
tional treatment. Hall'a Catarrh < ure la taken In-
ternally. acting directly upou the blood and mucoiu
surfaces of the sratem. thereby destroying the
foundation of the disease. and gltlng the patient
Btrength by building up the constitution and assist
Ing nature In doing Its work. The proprietors have
ao much faith In Ita curatl>e powers that they ..ffer
One Hundred Dollars for anv case that 11 falla to
cure, send for llat of testimonials
Address F. J. CHKNKY & CO.. Toledo. O.
Sold by all Druggists, 7Bc.
Take Hall's Family nils for constipation.
Servants Well Fed
Most London servants are served
with food no less than seven times a
I1V day, says Hearth and Home. They
„'r 1 partake of tea. like their mastei
■ s_ IJ 1 i' ■% fi # i f Kn
s Accused nf Practicing H:s
Art on the Indians
GI'THRIK The secretary of the
interior has ordered Lewis F. Dodson
summarily removed from the Osage
reservation because of ihe allegation
that he has been practicing the art of
hypnotism on t he Indians. W. 13.
Jeckson. the marshal, has been de-
lailed to notify Dodson of the order.?
of the secretary. Dodson refused
to be transported, on the ground that
such a course could noi be taken
without a trial, in which sufficient
cause should he shown. As a result
of his refusal to leave the reserva-
tion Dodson was placed under arrest.
About a year ago the alleged hyp-
not isl took up his residence In Paw-
huska and secured a license to trade
among the Osage Indians. In the
meantime, it is charged, he estab-
lished himself in an office for the
purpose of practicing magnetic heal-
ing and hypnotism. The case was re-
ferred to the interior department,
with the result stated. This Is the j
first case, it is believed, in the ills- !
tory of the territory wherein a man's
magnetic powers has been the cause
of his removal from an Indian rese.--
The Bishop's Strong Tribute to Pe-ru-na.
! L. H. Halsey, Bishop C. M. E. Church, Atlanta, Ga., writes:
> "I have found Peruna to be a great remedy for catarrh. I have suffered
! with this terrible disease for mora than twenty years, until since I have
* been using Peruna, which has relieved me of the trouble. ,
! '• 1 have tried many remedies and spent a great deal of hard-earnett
! money for them, but I found nothing so effectual In Ihe cure of catarrh as
I the great medicine, Peruna.
■ "/ feel sure that Peruna Is not only a triumph of medical science, but
It Is also a blessing to suffering humanity.
"Every individual who suffers with respiratory diseases will find I eruna
nagniheent and sovereign remedy."—L. H. Halsey, Up. C. M. 1'- Church.
Peruna is the most prompt and sure
remedy for catarrh that can be taken.
Many a preacher has been able to
meet his engagements only because he
keeps on hand a bottle of Peruna, ready
to meet any emergency that may arise.
We have on file many letters of recom-
mendation like the one given above.
We can give our readers only a slight
glimpse of the vast number of jfrate-
ful letters Dr. Hartman is constantly re-
ceiving, in praise of his famous catarrh
Peach Stone Fuel
In California it Is found that peach-
stones burn as well as the best coal
and give out more heat in proportion
to weight. Large quantities of the
stones taken out of the fruit that is
tinned or dried are collected or sold.
Apricot stones also burn, but not as
well as peach, and do not command
as high a price.
DIVERSIFICATION IN FARMING
Farmers Near Durant Are Goinp
Plant Less Cotton
DI'RANT: Diversification setms
to have taken deep hold of the farm-
ers of this section, and they have de-
cided to cut down the cotton acreage
about 25 per cent, and will give muni
attention hereafter to rrult. veg
tables and stock food. The farmers
at a special meeting here, place,!
heavy orders for seeds of various
kinds. Ten car loads of Irish potatoes
awakening. Breakfast In the room
for the upper functionaries, in the
servants' hall for the lesser. Is a sub-
stantial meal. At 11 o'clock, beer or
milk and light refreshments are set
forth, and bridge the time till a
heavy repast al 2 o'clock or so. Ten.
and then an elaborate dinner, and
refreshments or light supper about 10
o'clock bring the number of meals up
Some people dislike to call It the
Itch, but candor compels me to admit
I had It. and had it badly. Your
Hunt's Cure, however, cured me after
many other remedies totally failed.
One box completed the cure—the first
application afforded wonderful relief.
My advise to those who have to
scratch Is: "Use Hunt's Cure."
H. C. Balmore,
Medford, 0. T.
Many a fellow ha;> been disappoint-
ed in love who thought the girl had
A man never kicks if his name is
mispelled in the police records of a
Oklahoma City Grocer Suicides
OKLAHOMA CITtf: J. W. Dodgln.
.. grocer, was found in his room with j
the lop of his head blown off and a !
shotgun lying by his side. It is sup- j
posed he committed suicide. He
leaves a wife and five children. The
family came from Texas to this city
a few years ago.
CONVICT CONTRACT SIGNED
Kansas Will Care for Oklahoma's
Prisoners for Two Years
TOPEKA: Governor Ferguson and
Attorney General Simons of Oklaho-
ma were here to sign up a new con-
tract for the care of Oklahoma pris-
oners at the Kansas penitentiary.
The contract was signed by Governor
Ferguson for Oklahoma and by Gov-
ernor Hoch for Kansas. The attor-
neys general of Kansaii and Oklaho-
ma saw that the papers were in due
form. The contract runs for two
years. Kansas is to receive forty
cents a day for each Oklahoma con-
vict confined in her penitentiary.
■ We cannot build a prison in Okla-
homa until we have statehood." said
Governor Ferguson, "so we have to
do the next best thing and pay our
neighbor to care for our criminals."
NO SLEEP FOR MOTHER
Baby Covered With Sores and Scales
—Could Not Tell What She
Cure by Cuticura.
"At four months old my baby's face
and body were so covered with sores
and large scales you could not tell
what she looked like. No child ever
had a worse case. Her face was being
eaten away, and even her finger nails MRAI6HTS*'
f.,u „fr ti itched so she could not \ saIc • •
WHAT'S THE USE OF
SAYING "GIVE ME A
5 CENT CIGAR," WHEN
BY ASKING FOR A : :
YOU GET THE BEST
5-CENT CIGAR IN
"Th World's Largest Seller"
fell off. It itched so she could not
sleep, and for many weary l-lghts we
could get no rest. At last we got
Cuticura Soap and Ointment. The
sores began to heal at once, and she
could sleep at night, and in one month
she bad not one sore on her face or
body.—Mrs. Mary Sanders, 709 Spring
St., Camden, N. J."
The czar sometimes wishes pri-
vacy. In his palace at Peterhof there
is a summer dining house, so ar-
ranged that there need not be any
servants present during the meal. A
bell is touched at the end of every
course and the table and all of Its
contents descends through the floor,
to reappear laden with the dishes for
the next course.
STRAIOHf 5* CIGAR 1^
Tour Jobber, or direct from fartorv. Peoria. IU
, National Oats'
Greatest oat of the ceotnry.
Yielded In Otilo 187, la Mich,
i J31. In Mo 156. audio N. Dakot*
I 810 bu«. per acre.
' You can baat that record la 120S.
I For 10c and Uils notice
[ we mall you free lota of farm
\ aamplvA and oar big catalog, tell.
I log all about tbit oat wonder and i
' tbousanda of other seeds.
IOHN A. 9AL2ER SEED CO. .
„ La Cross#.
^ w*u Wka.
.1. S. Weeks, nn atlorney of Mus-
kogee. han just been notified thai by
judRnient in the New Yorl: courth
he is entitled to about $100,000. which
Is due him 011 an interest in a paper
mill which he sold some years ago
to the paper trust.
Applications have been granted for
the incorporation of the following
named Indian Territory banks: The
Klrst National bank of Kolan. with
$26,000 capital; the American Na-
tional bank of Holdenville, with $25.-
>00 capital, and the Antlers Hank and
Trust company, to be converted into
the Ki'*st NaUonal brnk of Antlers,
with a capital ot' $:10.000.
Half a loaf may or may not be bet-
cr than no bread. It depends *lto-
?ether 011 the maker.
A. K. HAWKES, Optician
Headquarters for U. S., Atlanta. Georgia
Oldest and larg? f optical house In the south. Travels 14 man. Growth of the JsaaJ-
31dest and larg?M optical house In the South. 1 rarHs 14 man. UrowtQ or t ae hswk*« dqsi
dpm phenomenal. Demand fur Hawltes* nlas«e« marvelou-tljr lnor^aaing. Our 10.000 merchants
now handling lUem eicluslvely. Moat profitable line for dealers. Sold to oaly «ne dealar n •town.
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