The Reporter. (Chelsea, Indian Terr.), Vol. 8, No. 21, Ed. 1 Friday, September 19, 1902 Page: 3 of 8
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ROYALTY HAS ITS LABORS.
of the M>mmr Datlaa That Df
*•!>• Ipon th« Kind and (Ju««
•( Ureal Hrllaia.
BOMB TiaiTORir cxovuion
■f INSOl'RI PACIFIC RAILWAY
To points ia Ohio and Iadiana. On* far*
for tha round trip ulus $2.00. Tickets an
Mia September 2nd, 9th, 16th and 23d. Rood
to return within 30 days from date of sale.
Excellent opportunity to visit the old folk*
at hoae. Call on or address nearest Mis-
souri Pacific Agent for particular*. H. C.
Towxsk.nl>, G. P.* T. Aft., tt. Louis.
Met for Mourners.
"May I offer you a nip?"
"Thank*! But nothing sweet—I am (till
In deep mourning."—Filgende Ulaetter.
Krw Vork and Return $23.H .
Special excuraioos via Erie Railroad, Chi-
cago to New York and return, only $23.30
Good going Oct. 3rd, 4th, Sth and 0th, witb
liberal return limit. Full particular* on
application to Erie R. R. Office, 605 We t-
ern ITnion Building, Chieagov or A. \V. j his task even when forced to allay the
Moore, T. P. A., Erie R. R., Kansas City, . cralUp |n hig finder* by bathing.tlieia
Before May fair is aatir the king ia at
hi to desk, dictating through telephone
meakagea to hi* secretaries at work is
another room, writing such letters as
demand an autograph reply and at*
taching his signature to those docu-
B<«tt> which are ever present with the
monarch, it used to be the boast of
William IV. that he never retired for
the night until he had signed every-
thing' which awaited his signature
each day, and he would persevere in
fHB NICKEL PLATE ROAD.
Traveler* East er West will Gad that tk*
rates by this line are the lewest to be bad,
with every facility for comfortable travel.
Colered porter*, unformed, are provided,
whose special amies are to attend to tke
wants of passenger* without regard to the
clsss of ticksts held, and greatest care is
(ivea to ladies traveling slone or accom-
Knied by children. Modem day coaches,
illsoan sleepiag cars and Dining car serv-
ice ef highest order. Meals en American
dub plaatrom 35 cents to $1.0$ for each per-
son; also s In Carte service. No excess fare
on nny train. See that your ticketsresd via
the Nickel Plate Road.
Not Complimentary.—"He c'aims to have
a sneaking acquaintance with you." "Well,
I aid >>peuk to him once, but 1 don't think
be'u ever tell you what 1 said."—Chicago
Visit the Old Home In the Esiat
In Indiana, Ohio and Western New York
snd Pennsylvania after the harvest. Very
low rates via Erie Railroad Oct. 3rd to Oth
inclusive. Return Nov. 3rd. Particulars
by your home ticket agent, Erie Railroad
Company, Chicago, or a. W. Moore, t. p.
a., Erie r. r.. Kansas City, Mo.
Mr. McCall—Good evening, Bobby, is
vour bister at home? Bobby—i don't know.
I heard ner tellin' ma she expected a pro-
posal to-night, an' if you ain t the feller I
guess she ain t home.—Philadelphia Press.
For forty year* Dr. Fowler's Extract of
Wild Strawberry has been curing summer
complaint, dysentery, diarrhoea, bloody
flux, pain in the stomach, and it has never
yet failed to do everything claimed for it.
To know mankind is easy; but to com-
prehend any one man or woman is impos-
sible.— Town Topics.
Piso's Cure for Consumption i* an infalli-
ble medicine for coughs and colds.—n. w.
Samuel, Ocean Grove, n. j., Feb. 17,1000.
One had better be a first-class ox driver
than a third rate professional man.—n. y.
Two million Amor cans suffer tlio tortur-
In','| n s. l'd.s[mipsia. Nonoedto. 1$ rdock
Blood Bitters cures. At nny drug store.
Obedience sum* up our entire duty.—
RECORD OF THE PAST.
The best guarantee of the future is
the record of the past, and over fifty I
thousand people have publicly testified !
that Doan's Kidney Pills have cured 1
them of numerous kidney ills, from
common backache to dangerous dia-
betes, and all the attendant annoy-
ances and sufferings from urinary dis-
orders. They have been cured to stay
cured. Here is one case:
Samuel J. Taylor, retired carpenter,
residing at 312 South Third St., Goshen,
Ind.. says: "On the 25th day of Au-
gust, 1SU7, I made an affidavit before
Jacob C. Mann, notary public, stating
my experience with Doan's Kidney
Pills. I had suffered for thirty years
and was compelled at times to walk
by the aid of crutches, frequently
passed gravel and suffered excruciat-
ingly. I took every medicine on the
market that I heard about, and some
gave me temporary relief. I begati
taking Doap's Kidney Tills, and thu
results I gav6 to the public in the state-
ment above referred to. At this time,
on the 19th day of July, 1902, I mak'f
this further statement, that during
the five years which have elapsed 1
have had no occasion to use eithe-'
Doan's Kidney Pills or any other med-
icine for mv kidneys. The cure effect*
ed was a permanent one."
A FREE TRIAL of this great Kidney
medicine which cured Mr. Taylor will
be mailed on application to any part
of the United States. Address Foster-
lfllburn Co.. Buffalo, X. Y. For sale
by all drupgists, price 50eents per box.
in hot water, says the Loudon
King Edwurd is not less conscien-
tious than King William and signe doc-
uments with extraordinary dispatch.
Indeed, his majesty does everything
quickly and promptly and will see
through a thing before other people
have begun to discuss it- After state
documents and correspondence hava
been dealt with the king receives min-
isters, ambassadors and official per-
sonages in audience, or there may be
a levee to hold or a function to attend,
or, in these days, some coronation mat-
ter to consider. The afternoon and
evening frequently bring public duties
and always social ones, while in be-
tween whiles the king manages to
dovetail a little purely family life.
Too much emphasis cannot be placed
on the fact that the royal family pre-
serve a real home life amid all the
calls of state and public duties.
It is less easy to tabulate the various
demands on the queen's time and
thought than to describe the details
of the king's working day. In palace,
as in villa, it Is the many littles which
occupy a woman's time and make her
day arduous. Apart from those hours
which the queen must give to matters
of dress she undoubtedly may claim
to be a hard-working woman in virtue
of the unfailing graciousness with
which she accompanies the king to all
public ceremonials, the ready ear
! which she has for the demands of
i philanthropy and the kindly patron-
I age she extends to art, music and the
The queen must often perform her
i social duties in London when a rest at
j Sandringham amid the limple country
life which she loves so well would be
more agreeable. But duty first must
J ever be the royal watchword. It is not
' easy to be always bowing and smiling
1 and saying the gracious thing, eve®
j though the body may feel weary and
I the head ache, and I think it must be
in justice admitted that the queen and
all the princesses show a fortitude in
this matter which few women would
care to emulate.
Milk I no: Front Work for Man.
An interesting application of ths
freezing system in shaft-sinking is
evxhibited at the Washington colliery
in England. When the shaft had been
sunk a short distance, it was found
that n layer of quicksand 80 feet in
depth must be penetrated. To prevent
the wet sand from flowing into t>«
shaft, it wrw frozen solid. A circuku
row of holes, forming a ring over r|
feet in diameter, was made round tLt
shaft, and by means of metal pipes a
freezing mixture of brine, or chloride
of sodium, was caused to circulate in
the holes. This had the effect of free-/,
ing the sand, in a circular wall roun4
the shaft, as hard as rock. On the re-
moval of the soft ssxul in the center,
the frozen wall remained intact, pro-
tecting th.i workmen from the quick-
sand behind It.—Youth's Companion.
THE GENERAL MARKETS.
By active kustlirig aom* people are abls
to make beth tuCi meet, but mighty few
can make then lap over enough to be rivet-
Don't let the little ones suffer from
eczema or other torturing skin diseases. No
need for it. Doan's Ointment cure*. Can't
harm the most delicate akin. At any drug
■tore, 50 cent*.
"I* the manag'r up-to-date?" "Up-to-
ping pong in the halc-ony scene in "Kumeo
Why, he's just introduced a game of
ing pong in the hali
ad Juliet!'"—London Til-Bits.
Klopii tlie Coach
and work* off the cold. Laxative Bromo
Quinine Tableta. Price 25 cent*.
Refinement is superior to beauty.—La
Impossible to foresee an accident. Not
imposxible to be prepared for it. Dr
Thomas' Electric Oil. Monarch over pain.
Cenao and EfTeef.
The Mont Pelce disaster was taken a* a
text by one of the speaker* at a recent
tiesr-by camp-meeting of negro Zionist*.
He explained that the eruption was a re-
buke to the greed of mankind along the fol-
"De earf, my fr'en's. resolve* on axel*,
a* we all know. Some fin' suah am needea
to keep 'em axels greased: so, de guod
Lawd, in His wisdom an' fo'signt, put lot*
eb petrolyura in de bowel* ub de earf for
dat purpose. l)e Stan'ard Oil comp'ny
comes along an' 'strax dat petrolvum by
borin' holes in de earf. De earf sticks on its
axel* and won't go 'round no mote; dere is
a het box, just as tho' de earf wus a big rail,
road train-—an' then' mv fr'en'*, dere am
Mr*. Rharpe—They cjII the bell hoy in the
hotel "Buttons," 1 believe. i wonder why?
Mrs. Sharpe—Probably because he's al-
ways off when you need him most.—Phila-
IN BEDTHREE MONTHS.
All Bodily Aches
Waml lb* product In kaj-opaulng cws TpiJ
akarand ron find tin mast mtli a ft left
us. w* pat tham op la this i
Potted Ham. Beet and Tongue.
Ox Tongue (ttkole), Veal leaf,
nettleit Ham. Brisket Beef.
Sliced Smoked Beef.
All * taral ria ar (Mi Palatable aaS
nlwlaoBr. Your *roc«r tboui<l L . tham. 1
llbbr. HcHelll * Libby. Chicago 4
"How to Ma** Oood Tanaa to Eat" will 5
ba aant fraa it you uku. A
Oolitic, Ind., Sept. 15.—Mr. W. A.
Terry, of this place, suffered for
months with a very severe case of
He was so very bud that he was
almost confined to his bed for three
He tried many medicines but says
* e could not get any relief till he
commenced to use a remedy intro-
duced here some time ago as a cure
lor Kidney Trouble, the name of
which is Dodd's Kidney Pills.
Mr. Terry says that the second day
after commencing' to use this remedy
he could notice a very marked im-
provement in his condition and in a
short time he was able to go about
He is naturally filled with grati-
tude to Dodd's Kidney Pills for the
immen.se amount of good they have
done him and says:
"I would recommend Dodd's Kidney
Pills to every sufferer from kidney or
bladder trouble for from my experi-
ence I am sure they are the best
medicine to be had for all diseases
of this nature."
'OR IRRITATIONS OF THE SKIN, RASHES,
Heat Perspiration, Lameness, and Soreness incidental
to Canoeing, Riding, Cycling, Tennis, or any Athletics,
no other application so soothing, cooling, and refreshing as
a bath with Cuticura Soap, followed by gentle anointings
with Cuticura, the Great Skin Cure.
Millions of Women use CUTICURA SOAP for preserving, purifying. and
beautifying the skin, for cleansing the scalp of cruits. scales, and dandruff,
and the slapping of falling hair, for softening, whitening, and soothing red,
rough, and sore hands, for baby rashes and chafings.in the form of betfea
for annoying Irritations and inflammations of women, or too free or offen-
sive perspiration, in the form of washes for ulcerative weaknesses and many
sanative, antiseptic purposes wbk*h readily suggest themselves, asi well as
for aii the purposes of the toilet, kmth. & d nursery. CUTICURA SOAP
combines deiica.te emollient properties derived from CUTICURA, the great
skin cure, with the purest of cleansing ingredients and the most refreshing of
flower odours. Nothing can induce these who have once used these great
skia purifiers and beautifiers to use any others.
Sold throwe^out the world. British Drpot: F. N«wa**r A Sows «yt CH rterHouM
Sq., LoihMmi, E C. PcrTr« Drug and L h*m. Co*r., Sol# Props., Boatue, U. S. A.
(nftfricht applkri for.
iOT, CORN, POPS and New York Stocks
Bought and sold on a margin of S20 and upvards. Correspondence solicited.
Information FREE. Private Tires. BOYd-SwartZ COSIiniSSinD CO.,St. LOUlS.IIO.
30 @ 40
4 M 7 7".
2 'o 4 >
7 «l fit g 10
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W7t. Da'.igtai *4mi are tha slardard of the wort
W. L. Doiil
pir W«>lt i II*
til monllx of
_ r world.
W. L. Duntlma mailo aid «ol.l mora men', flood.
y r Walt Hand Sanad Proraai .hoc* In Ikaflnit
' I HO.' than air othar manufarturar.
Kb will ha paid to •■)•
ran itlnmi I hi* *latrmrnt.
Beet tmoorfd and American leather . Hryl't
Patent Calf, [namet, B>* Calf. Calf. Vici Kid. Corona
Colt, Nat. Kannaroo. Cut C'olor Ejr«l<-t* OMfl.
Caution 1 Tha ran ulna hava W. I~ DODOLA,
million I nam* asa wtoa .'.-unpad on bo'tom.
Sho>-j by mail, S.'tc. extra, liltu. < aUHoy frte.
W. L DOUGLAS. BROCKTON. MASS.
RCniRb will ha paid to aa)oatwho
. ran dl*pr«T« Ihl* *latrmrnt.
Kansas City. Sfft. 17.
CATTI.E— Bwf sti'ers *"> '"i S 75
Native Blockers *5 *i 4 VO
Western steers 2 90 © 5 10
HOfia 4 W '" 7 77H
SHEEP 3 00 iff S 75
WHEAT—No. 2 hard 64 It 67 4
No. 2 red ®*>
CORN—No. 2 mixed 5S
OATS—No. 2 mixed 30 # 31
RYE—No. 2 48%
FLOPII—Hard winter pat.. 3 25 «J 3 5o
Soft winter patents— 3 25 ft 3 50
HAY-Timothy 5 00 ti 9 00
I'ralrle BOO tr775
Ht'TTER—Choice to fancy..
ST. I,OP IS.
FLOtTR—Red winter patents 3 15 ti 3 25
WHEAT—No. 2 r>d
CORN—No. 2 61
OATS-No. 2 2 •"
RYE 49 ft 4 %
BPTTER—Creamery 16 'ti
DRY SAt.T MEATS H12V/<ill62H
BACON '2 00 ®IZ S7V4
CATTI.K—Steers 4 25 C 8 BO
HOGS—Mixed and butchers. 7 M <ij 7 90
SHEEP-Western 3 50 ft 3 85
FLOPR—Spring pni«nts .... 3 40 ©3 70
WHEAT—No. 2 red 73
COHN-No. 2 5SUW 59
OATS—No. 2 2* H 2St4
RYE- September 4S'>
i.ARD—September 10 S7V«''° !,T' I
PORK—September 16 60 ®16 67%
CATTI.E—Steers 4 15 © 6 40
hogs 7 tt'
SHEEP 8 00 9 3 60
WHEAT—No. 2 red
CORN-No. 2 «**•
OATS-No. 2 32%
Bad breath, dark rings around the eyes, bloated feeling, heartburn,
dizziness, headache, palpitation of the heart are all symptoms of bad
digestion and a clogged condition of the bowels. These symptoms
should never be disregarded as the dangerous ills that aiflict the
body spring from just such beginnings. The proper course is to
purify, strengthen and regulate the vital organs without delay,
and for this purpose the celebrated tonic medicine and purifier
PRICKLY ASH BITTERS will be found to possess merit of the
highest order. It tones the stomach, helps digestion, sharpens, the
appetite, cleanses and strengthens the kidneys, liver and bowels,
thereby promoting harmony of action and regularity in the system.
A few doses will produce a marvelous improvement. Strength and
energy return, the breath is purified, the complexion is cleared and
it exercises a bracing effect in both body and brain. Every family
needs this grand remedy as a safeguard against sickness.
SOLD EVERYWHERE AT $1.00 PER BOTTLE.
Take no substitutes which may be recommended as "Just a* Good." Get tUe genuine. It will produce the results you desire.
A. N. K.-D
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D> time. Mold by druertat*.
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