Garfield County Democrat. (Enid, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 25, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 10, 1907 Page: 3 of 10
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Garfield County Democrat
NEW STATE NEWS
Shawnee Is to have a new amuse-
ment park of thirty acres.
The Laurel Oil company will put In
a one thousand barrel refinery at Sa-
Greater Oklahoma will contain more
churches to her population than any
other state In the union.
Wilburton will agitate the question
pf retaining one division of the fed-
eral court under statehood.
McAlester has had a deadly blow
aimed at its fcndest hopes. The chick-
en ordinance failed to pass.
The black birds of Oklahoma are
already engaged In the good work of
eating up the boll weevil worms.
The Ministers' alliance of Oklaho-
ma City will ask the new state legis-
lature to make gambling of all sorts
It Is not generally known, but it Is
a fact nevertheless that the Rocky
mountains can be seen from Western
The kidneys have a great work to
do In keeping the blood pure. When
^ they get out of order
a it causes backache,
C 3a languor and distress-
ing urinary troubles.
Keep the kidneys
well and all these suf-
*,^3 ferings will be saved
you. Mrs. S. A. Moore,
proprietor of a res-
tauraut at Watervllle,
w J jj0^ Bays: "Before
using Doan's Kidney Pills I suffered
everything from kidney troubles for a
year and a half. I had pain in the
back and head, and almost continuous
in the loins and felt weary all the
time. A few doses of Doan's Kidney
Pills brought great relief, and I kept
on taking them until in a short time
I was cured. I think Doan's Kidney
Pills are wonderful."
For sale by all dealers. 50 cents a
box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
He enjoys much who is thankful for
little; a grateful mind is both a great
and a happy mind.—Seeker.
Kill the Flies Now
before they multiply. A DAISY FLY
KILLER kills thousands. Lasts the sea-
son. Ask vonr dealer, or send 20e to TI.
Somers, 149 De Kalb Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Every great man Is always being
helped by everybody, for his gift is to
get good out of all things and all per-
The Irish secured about half of tha
principal offices in El Reno's city
Mrs. Anna Rugg of Calumet has
been placed on trial at El Reno for
poisoning her husband.
The Fort Smith & Western Is
scheduled to extend Its line southwest
of El Reno in the near future.
S. O. Booth, office deputy United
States marshal at Tulsa, has tendered
his resignation to United States Mar-
shal Leo E. Bennett. He has assign-
ed no reason.
At the present time Checotah is
paying to the farmers about $1,000
per week for one product that can be
credited alsne to the Industrious old
hen of the farm yard.
A mass meeting of the colored vot-
ers of Blaine county is called to Wa-
tonga April 20. The call says to
agree on "some plan as to our politi-
The commissioner to the five tribes
received the smallest selection of an
Indian's allotment ever known. Wil-
son H. McDaniels of Wagoner was en-
titled to 00 cents worth of land to
complete the allotment of one of his
children. He selected a fraction of
an acre in the Cherokee nation sched-
uled at 40 cents.
Easter Sunday 1907 will go down
in the history of the First Baptist
church of Oklahoma City as one of
the greatest days In its history. At
the morning services at this church,
the White Temple, all records ,for
volunteer collections -were cast tjy
the wayside, $7,645 in cash was col-
lected and an additional sum of $15,-
S00 to be paid during the present year
R- M. Ogle, living twelve miles from
Chickasha, would rather not be bo
specially noticed by the elements. He
had a private cyclone recently which
lifted his house thirty feet off of it?
original site, breaking every pane of
glass and all the dishes In (t. His
barn and outbuildings were also dam-
aged, his crops flooded and fruit or-
chard destroyed. No one was injured.
It is a class to itself. It has no
rivals. It cures where others merely
relieve. For aches, pains, stiff joints,
cuts, burns, bites, etc., it is the quick-
est and surest remedy ever devised.
We mean Hunt's Lightning Oil.
You must make it quite clear to
your own mind which you are most
bent upon, popularity or usefulness—
else you may happen to miss both.—
Make Your Own Sarsaparilla or Spring
Mix one-half ounce Fluid Extract
Dandelion, one ounce Compound Kar-
gon, three ounces Compound Syrup
Sarsaparilla. Shako well in a bottle
and take one teaspoonful after meals
and again at bedtime. Any good drug-
gist can supply these ingredients.
This is said to be a splendid Spring
Blood Tonic and system renovator be-
cause of its gentle action in restoring
the Kidneys to normal activity, forcing
them to filter from the blood all im-
pure matter and acids, destroying
micro-organisms which produce ill
health and sour blood.
Everyone should take something to
cleanse the blood at this time of year,
and the above simple prescription is
the most highly indorsed of the hun-
dreds of home remedies generally used.
Mix this yourself, then you will
know what you are taking.
Sheep Raising in Australia.
The greatest industry of Australia is
sheep raising, mainly for the sake ol
the wool, but also in part, of course,
for the meat. Australia now ranks
second among the great sheep-raising
countries, Argentina being first with
92,000,000 sheep, Australia second with
72,000,000, and Russia third with 70,-
000,000. Only a few years ago Aus
tralia was first, possessing no less
than 106,200,000 head of sheep. That
was in 1891. Prolonged droughts were
the cause of the destruction of many
millions of Australian sheep, but since
1902 there has been an annual gain.
Yet these sheep were not indigenous
to Australia. They were first intro-
duced in 1797, being of the Spanish
CARE OF THE SICK ROOM.
NORMAN: Dr. Clark, superintend-
ent of the Oklahoma Sanitarium com-
pany, filed his quarterly report i with
the governor. The report shows an
Increase the first of the year of thir-
ty-nlne patients. On January first
there were 531 in the hospital, during
the past three months one hundred
have been received and sixty-one have
been either discharged or paroled for
a time. This Is the greatest number
that have ever been on the rolls when
a report has been turned In.
Out of the B70 Inmates of the asy-
lum, 48 are colored, 382 are white
male3 and 190 white females.
The prohibitionists oi Oklahoma
and Indian Territory are planning a
his rally In Oklahoma City to formally
consolidate the two departments of
the Anti-Saloon league May 15 and
Iff The latter portion of the last day
will be given to spesches of prohibi-
tionists of national reputation who
will attend the meeting.
Jenks, a new town south of Tulsa,
held Its first election this week, hav-
ing been recently incorporated.
Farmers' Unions Ready to Unite
SHAWNEE: Tha executive com-
mittee of the Indiahoma Farmers' un-
ion was in session here last week.
Arrangements are being made to com-
bine the Indiahoma and Indian Terri-
tory Farmers' unions and take out a
new charter. Two years ago W. H
Murray, president of the constitution-
al convention, led a secession move-
ment which resulted in the organiza-
tion of the Indian Territory union. The
two factions were bitter for some
time, but since statehood iB assured
they have become reconciled and
Great German Socialist.
Herr Bebel, the leader of the Ger-
man socialists, who has been so much
in evidence of late, is a wheelwright
by trade. Although entirely self-edu-
cated, he is one of the finest orators
and debaters in the fatherland and,
distasteful as his views may ba to
the relchstag, whenever he addresses
the assembly he is certain of having
a large and attentive audience. In
such esteem is he held by the social-
ists that millions will obey his will
without thinking whether they are do-
ing right or wrong. Herr Bebel
neither drinks nor smokes, and be-
sides being a celebrity In the political
wold has gained some fame as a
The Kind of Food That Will Keep
The true way is to find out what la
best to eat and drink, and then culti-
vate a taste for those things Instead
of poisoning ourselves with Improper,
Indigestible food, etc.
A conservative Mass. woman writes:
"I have used Gra|>e-Nuts 5 years for
the young and for the aged; In sick-
ness and In health; at first following
directions carefully, later In a variety
of ways as my taste and judgment sug-
"But Its most special, personal bene-
fit has been a substitute for meat, and
served dry with cream when rheu-
matic troubles made it important for
me to giro up the 'coffee habit."
"Served in this way with the addi-
tion of a cup of hot water and a little
fruit It has been used at my morning
meal for six months, during which
time my health has much Improved,
nerves have grown steadier, and a
gradual decrease In. my comfort."
Name given by Postum Cereal Co.,
Ltd., Battle Creek, Mich. Read the
little book, "The Road to WellTllle,"
in pkgs. "There's a Reason."
Above All Things the Walls Should
Ee Kept Dry.
When the bedroom becomes a sick
room there is an added reason why ex-
treme precautions should be used to
keep the room in a thoroughly sanitary
Above all things, the bedroom should
never be damp, it should be nice and
dry, always warm and comfortable in
winter, cool and airy in summer, and
bright and sunny some parts of the
If there is any suspicion of damp-
ness in a bedroom It is probably due,
if there is wallpaper on the wall, to
the absorption of water by the paper
which frequently acts as a blotting pa-
per and holds quantities of water in it.
The use of wallpaper on walls is to
be deplored; it means disease, ill
health and unhapplness. It is fre-
quently the cause of lung trouble, not
only because of Its dampness but also
because of Its power to retain infec-
tion of many kinds.
The desired method of treating a
bedroom wall is to tint it for the ala-
bastined wall is a perfect wall. It
never flakes off, chips or peels. It ab-
sorbs moisture and expels It, It opens
the pores of the plaster and makes a
room livable and breathable.
The floor In the bedroom should
have light, cleanable, dainty rugs that
can bo easily shaken and a floor that
is thoroughly oiled or varnished, that
will not absorb moisture. The cracks
in the lloor should be thoroughly filled
and covered. Woodwork in the bed-
room should be attended to carefully,
window sills should be thoroughly var-
nished or waxed, and the window cas-
ings kept in perfect order. The doors
should be wiped off frequently as also
should be all the standing woodwork
in the bedroom, as the presence of
dust on woodwork is a menace to
health as well as an evidence of poor
He who is firm and resolute in will
molds the world to himself.—Goethe.
Do Not Suffer.
No use suffering from Itching Piles
when one box cf Hunt's Cure is abso-
lutely guaranteed to cure any caae.
One application will convince you of
When a tall man Is broke that's the
long and short of it
Fruit acida will not stain (roods dved
with PUTNAM FADKLESS DYES, and
the colors are bright and fast.
There are numerous toll gates on I
the road to success.
Garfield Tea—the indispensable laxative!
Take it in the Spring; it purities the blood,
cleanses the system, eradicates disease. It
is made wholly of simple Herbs. Guaran-
teed under the Pure Food and Drugs Law.
It's so much easier to tell a lie
j than it Is to make people believe it.
The Timely Time.
[ Last spring our entire family took
[ a few weeks' course of Simmon's Sar-
saparilla and its effects were extreme-
ly gratifying. We enjoyed better
health all summer than usual, which
we attribute to its timely use.
Very gratefully yours.
Do Kalb, Miss.
Chinese City Waking Up.
Nankin, China, Is to have an elec-
tric light system of the most modern
kind; also a new water works.
In a Pinch, Use ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE.
A powder. It cures painful, smart-
ing, nervous feet and ingrowing nails.
It's the greatest comfort discovery of
the age. Makes new shoes easy. A
certain cure for sweating feet. Sold
by all Druggists, 25c. Accept no sub-
stitute. Trial package, FREE. Ad-
dress A. S. Olmsted. Le Roy, N. Y.
Doctors' fees are
MISS ROSE MOORE
When a woman suffering from
female trouble is told that un oper-
ation is r .essary, it, of course,
The very thought of the hospital,
the operating table and the knife
strikes terror to her heart.
It is quite true that these troub-
les may reach a stage where an ope-
ration is the only resource, but a
great many women have been cured
by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound after an operation has
been decided upon as the only cure.
The strongest and most grateful
statements possible to make coine from women who by taking
Lydia H. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
made from native roots and herbs, have cscaped serious operations, as
evidenced by Miss Hose Moore's case, of 307 W. 26th St., N. Y. She writes:-
Dear Mrs. Pinkham:-"Lydia E. l'inkham's Vegetable Compound has
cured me of the very worst form of female trouble and I wish to express
to you my deepest gratitude. I suffered intensity for two years so that
I was unable to attend to my duties and was a burden to my family. I
doctored and doctored with only temporary relief and constantly objecting
to an operation which I was advised to undergo. I decided to try Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound; it cured me of the terrible trouble
and I am now in better health than 1 have been for many years."
'p ll 1 □ n n ' 1 rt ♦ u AM f>*. ,,1, ,1 . 11 _ i A
Women suffering from any form of female weakness are invited to
P promptly communicate with Mrs. Pinkham. at Lynn, Mass. From the
symptoms given, the trouble may be located and the quickest and surest
way of recovery advised.
OUR NEW CATALOGUE IS A MARVEL OF ART
Our Cotton Gin Machinery is all that
the Catalogue claims for it.—Write
us for Catalogue—and tell us what
Machinery you are in need of.
CONTINENTAL GIN COMPANY, DALUS, TEXAS
No "Ordinary" shell
will bring down the
thick quilled grouse.
U.M.C. SHELLS WILL
They are luxury—
quality at necessity—
prices. Primer, Pow-
der, Shot, Wads and
Crimp—just right for
Gam© Lows Free
THE UNION METALLIC
Armey; 3 3 Broadway, N. Y.
Sale* office: San Pranclsc®, Cal
NEW WHEAT Lfl?3BS IN
the canadian west
K flfin additional miles
UIUUU 0f railway this
vear hare opened up a
largely increased terri-
tory to the pro« r*«'8ive
farmers of Western
Canada and the Gov-
ernment of the Domin-
ion continues to scive
ONE HUNDRED AND
SIXTY ACRES FREE to every settler.
TE5E COUNTRY MS
Coal, wood and water in abundance; churches
and Kchools convenient; markets easy of access;
taxes low; climate the l>est in the noithern tem-
perate zone. I,aw and order prevailsevery where.
For advice and information address the
SUPERINTENDENT OF IMMIGRATION.
Ottawa. Canada, or any authorized Canadian
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3.00 AND $3.50 SHOESA^
W. I. DOUGLAS $4.00 GILT EDGE SHOES CANNOT OE EQUALLED AT ANY PRICE.
SHOES FOR EVERYBODY AT ALL PRICESs
Men'a Slioca, WA to SI.SO. Hoya' Mioen, :i lo SI.SB. Wonx n'a
Shoes, W4 in Kl.An. Mlnnf>a'& €-hlldren'a shoe*,H'l.XR lo HM.OO.
w . L. Douglas shoes are recognized liy export judges of footwear
to be the best in style, lit anrl wear produced in this country. Kach
part of the shoo and every detail of tiio making is looked after
and watched over by skilled shoemakers, without regard to
time or cost. If I could take you into my large factories at
ilrorktun, Jlass., and show yon lmw carcfullv W. L. Douglas
shoes are made, you would then understand why they hold thoir shape, lit- bettor"
wear longer, ami are of greater value than any other makes. '
W. L. I>onalft* name Hfid price in Minnpcd on the bottom, which
nrotccti the wcartr amlnst Mull
hp Itenl shoe dealers every when1.
I'OUUI.AM, 0i rock ton. Ma
. His Wipe
coining mont,, ^
Circulars f roe.
J. S. CRAWFORD, No. 125 W. Ninth Street,
Kansas City, Missouri.
WM. FLETCHER. «V CO..
"\Viiflhlnffinn, 1>. C. I slab.
IHiHJ. No fee unless sue ful.
Advice and Booklet *£41.
fflROPSY *KW W'^OVEKYi Klvea
TV I 7 Huu'k r?L,ef and cures wont case?
KS .?f •W.'IMKl'S 5 treatment Kit KB.
I)It. li. ll.UKKKN d HONS. Box K. Atlanta, ua.
AGENTS WANTED to pell hosiery and nnderwear.
Possible bnver in every family. Outfit free.
VICTORIA UN1TTIKO CO.," Dallas, Tex.
W. N. U., Oklahoma City. No. 15, 1907.
SEC |JR I TV
«JolTIVC.LY HEALS _
80AE NECKS OR BACKS ON
' HORSES EEs MULES1
IT HEALS THEM ANYWAY
IN HARNESS, UNDER SADDLE OR IDLI
i 11 L. U.
Put up In 2Bc. OOc and 01.00 Cans
L MONEY BACK IF IT FAILS
,C."B ARB WIRE S'ALL CUTS ""
SECjJRITM ANTISEPTIC HEALER
♦ SINGLE BINDER
54 CI6AK, HAS A RICH TASTE
You naturally would prefer to treat yourself at home, for any form of female
trouble, wouldn't you ? Well, it can be done. No reason why you should not
be able to relieve or cure your suffering, as thousands of other women have
done, by proper use of the Cardui Home Treatment. Begin by taking
Wine of Cardui
the well-known female tonic. For sale at all drug stores.
Jos Moorhead, of Archibald, I. T„ writes: "My wifo had suffered for years from female trouble. On
your advice, I gave her the Cardui Home Treatment, and now she hardly suffers at all." Sold by druggists.
WPITF IIC A I FTTFD today for a fire cory of valuable 64-page Illustrated Book forWomen. If you need Medical
"' III I La UJ ft LL 1 1 L11 ^ovlce, describe your symptoms, staling age, arid reply will he sent In plain sealed envelope.
Address: Ladies Advisory Dept.. The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.
Refuges on Mont Blanc.
Losing one's self on Mont R!anc
will soon be counted among the van-
ished industries. In recent years a
number of fine refuges have been
built in various parts of the mountain
by the Alpine clubs of England,
France and other countries and by
private Individuals. These have made
it almost Impossible for a man hav-
ing a bump of locality of average size
to be lost, in spite ot heavy mists and
blinding snowstorms caused by sud-
den changes of temperature.
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
that Contain Mercury,
as Mercury will surely destroy the sen e of smell
aui completely derange the whole system when
entering it through the mace us surface*, bueh
article# should never lie used except on prescrlp-
ti msfrom reputable physicians, ai the damage they
will do ]s ten fold to the goovl you can possibly de-
rive frointhem. Hall's Catarrh cure, manufactured
by F.J. Cheney 4 Co.. Toledo, O., contains ua mer*
eurjr. and la taken Internally, acting directly npoo
tlio blood and mucin!, surfaces of the Hyitem. la
buylnn Ilall'a Catarrh Cure be «ure j\>u get the
genuine. It Is taken Internally and made in Toledo,
Uhl.i. ly K. J Cheney At To, Testimonials tree.
ft' Id by Drofrgl.ta. Price, ?5c. per bottle.
Take flail's family l'llls for constipation.
Pray to Pigs.
The native of Borneo prays to a pig
on all important occasions. If he fears
enemies, ill luck, or sickness is com-
ing, the pig is brought into the hut
with its legs tied together. A lighted
brand is applied to scorch it slightly,
then the pig is asked about the matter
which the natives wish to know.
There Is one remedy, and only one I
have ever found, to euro r.-.tli it fall
such troubles in my family : i i.ezema,
Ringworm, and all others <.[ an Itching
character. That remedy is Hunt's
Cure. We always use It and it never
fails. W. M. CHRISTIAN,
Bid for Immigration.
New South Wales offers $30 a head
toward the passage money of approved
agriculturists and domestic servants
to that colony, and $20 a head for oth-
er desirable Immigrants.
New York Births and Deaths.
There Is a birth in New York city
each five minutes in the day asd a
death each seven minutes.
Mrs. WlMflow'n toothing flyrnp,
rnr children teething, aofteus the gums, reiturea Id-
damtnatlon. allays rain, oures wind colic. S5c a buttle.
Study of theatrical stars has noth-
ing to do with astronomy.
ALAHASTINE comes in dry powder form, ready for use by mixing with clear
pure cold water. Safeguards health itiitl makes hoiuos beautiful and livable.
Kany to mix. You can apply it yourself with an ordinary flat wall brush.
Insist on go ids in packages labeled " ALAHA8TINE" aiid that your work-
men bring Alabastine in unopen packages and use on job.
If your dealer does not have Alabastino we will supply vou. Write for free
color suggestions aud send us 10 cents for book '• Dainty Wall Decorations."
ALADASTINE COMPANY, Grand Rupida, Mich. New York City.
Booauee of those ugly, grtzily, gray halra. Ua* " LA CREOLE " HAIR RESTORER. Prlco, SI.OO. rotoll.
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