The Medford Patriot. (Medford, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 38, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 2, 1903 Page: 3 of 8
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PROMINENT COLLEGE MAN.
EvCongrwyman F. M. ftldy. *ho
may be a candidate for governor of
Minnesota, used to be callod th«
homeliest nan in the Houac at Wait;
laiton, Ant? ha did not become angry
m Miss Gannon, Sec'y Detroit Amateur |
Art Association, tells young women what to
do to avoid pain and suffering caused by
female \reaitness ana me crouDies wmcn so oh«u ucuui -
lend for months with general weakness, and felt so weary that I naa
hard work to keep up. I had shooting pains, and was utterly miserable.
In my distress I was advised to use Ljrdls E. Ptnkham a Vegetable
Compound, and it was a red letter day to me when I took the first dose,
for at that time my restoration began. In six weeks I was a changed
woman, perfectly wall in every respect. I felt so elated rod happy that
I want aUwomen who suffer to get well as I did.' —Miss Gmu Gannon,
860 Jones Bt, Detroit, Mich., Secretary Amateur Art Association.
It la clearly shown In this young lady's letter that Lydto E.
plnkham's Vegetable Compound will certainly cure the sufferings
of women; and when one considers that Miss Gannon s letter Is
only one of the countless hundreds which we are continually
publishing in the newapapera of this country,
the rreat virtue of Mra. Pinkham'a medicine
muat be admitted by alii and for the absolute
cure of all kinds of female ilU no substitute
can possibly take its place. Women ahould bear
thia important fact in mind when they go into
a drti* store, and be sure not to accept anything
that is claimed to be " just as good " aa Lydla
E, plnkham's Vegetable Compound, for
no other medicine for female ills has made so
many actual cures.
How Another Young Sufferer
"Dear Mrs. Pinkham: —I must
write and tell you what your Vegetable
Compound has done for me. I suffered
terribly every month at time of men-
struation, and was not able to work: Your medicine has cured me of
my troutte. I felt relieved after taking one bottle. Ikno w of nomed-
Icrne as good as yours for female troubles. —Miss Edith Gross, 16?
Water Street, Haverhill, Mass
Remember, Mrs. Plnkham's advice Is tree, and all sick women
•re foolish If they do not ask for it. No other person has such
vast experience, and has helped so many women. Write to-day.
FORFIIT It we eananl forthwith prodoea the and ,i,"'Ur<" 01
kv? -wch lt q. mm*.
. Know a Niche.
I know a niche where the blown lake
Upon a rock-strewn shore.
Where the kllldee pipe* on hla mournful
lute .. ,
And the woods are rich In lore.
I know a bay nenr thr fragrant wood.
Along the water's rim.
Where the Jack snipes *klp on tho
And the jocund curlews skim.
I know a spot on the pulsing wave,
Beside the moss-green w.eds.
Where the hooked batraehlan fears to
And the leaden sinker leads.
I know a hole where the plck'rel lie,
Down In the nectared deep.
Where the bar slopes sheer from a snai
low shore , ,
And the minnows dart and leap.
I know a place where the sunrise lights
Are yellow spans of gold.
Where the sunset tints are of heaven s
From a godly artist s mold!
I know where days, replete with Joys,
Are sweet as a babe's caress;
Where the heart buoys free on elated
And it sings In gladsomeness.
1 know a place where the red bird calls
To her oriole mate so gay; . ..
Where the blue-Jay shrieks and the
thrush throat throbs
With a matin roundelay!
I know a neat In the marly brush,
8nug In a tuft of «reen;
Where the blue-bird mother feeds her
young . . t
Near the glltfrlng water's sheen!
I know where cares of a yesteryear
it'iah *b 11 inst h* Wall of Peace,
Women'e Wagaa in Berlin.
Recent Investigations of women's
wages In Berlin showed that there
wore 60,(00 women who averaged
from li.5( to $2.75 a week, and tlial
there wer thousands who got less
A Pause In the Pleasure.
The fart that ft member of tho Four
Hundred got a divorce In twelve min-
utes mutt be read In the light of the
further act that It will not he opera
tlve for six months. The divorced
baked meats will not coldly furnlBb
forth any wedding guests In this In-
Not a Dangerous Malady.
"I hope that Jenkins will pull
through his siege of sickness," re-
marked one friend, "for he was always
such a Jolly fellow.'' "He must be in
pretty good condition and still very
volatile," answered the other friend.
"Tills morning I overheard hla maid
tell my wife th t Mr. Jenkins was suf
ferlog from ammonia."
With Pride snd Alarm.
Kentucky Points with prlds to,
while Florida views with alarm, the
following from the Atlanta Journal:
"If Florida citizens keep on killing
each other, who will be left next win-
ter to rake in the money of the north-
ern tourist?" The feelings of the north-
ern tourist have not aa yet been de-
clared.— Cincinnati Commercial Tri
A member of a prominent New York
firm recently had occasion to commun-
icate with J. P. Morgan k Co. He
told the new office boy at the tele
phone, who was a perfect type of fresh
Young America, to call up Mr. Mor-
gan. Soon his ears were greeted with
this: "Hello! Is this Morgan 6 Co.?
Yes? All right—J. P. to the phone at
once, please, and In a hurry!" New
Indiana's Useful Educators
"I Feel Like a New Han."
MR. JOHN W. MENO.
Mr. John W. Men*. 54 Jeflerson Ave., Indianapolis, Ind., State Representativeo!
Mr. jonn w. meug, %rw — 1
.22 CALIBER. RIM ISt CARTRIDGES.
> Winchester .aa Caliber Cartridges shoot when you want
thfrn to and where you point your gun. Buy the time-
tried Winchester make, having the trade-mark H "
■tamped on the head. They coat only a tew cents more ,
• box than the unreliable kind, but they are dollars better. 4
FOR &ALX BY ALL MtAUM KVBSYWHBSK.
1 FOLLOW TUB FLAG.'
Only Double Dally Sleeping Car
Line to BOSTON.
THE WABASH LINE,
In connection with the Vest Shore and Boston& Maine
baa inaugurated double dally semqe between St Looia and Boston
Leaving St. Louh
Arriving Boston.. ■ ■
Arriving Nov York ■
.9:00 a. m.—S:30 p.
. 5:20 p. m.—9:SO a. m.
.. 3:30 p. m.—7:40 a. m.
Additional Train, ria Wabash and Delaware. Lackawana I ▼astern.
Leaves St. Louis...
Arrives Now York.
... 7:43 a. m.
. .IO.IO a.m.
iots trains carry tbrouh 8l lo.Ca wN.wTor* CI., a* « seav.ala.1
yi^Toyo. 'ttw'tcksMrvU the* trains to all eastern
• ujn at
TloKat Olce, Ollvw and Eighth Street,, M. E. Car,
Dash 'gainst the Wall ot Peace.
While the soul of man. awakening, lives
In a carol of surcease!
I dream a ficene In the office heat.
Behind a dusky desk.
Of the clover red and the forage bee
And the landscapes picturesque!
I see the hore of the chortling lake,
Within the Vale of Rest.
Where a man may He and sleep for aye
The slumber of the blest!
I know a nlcht where the blown lake
Upon a rock-strewn shore
Where the kllldee pipes on his mournful
lute . . , ,
And the woods are rich in lore.
According to Whitelaw Reld, the
girl graduate of to-day would better
learn how to hit divorce in the solar
plexus than find Italy lying heyond the
Alps. Oracle Reid admits with entire
abandon that the rapids are below us
and bolow the rapids is a barbed wire
fence loaded with javelins.
Real refinement, says Mr. Reld, Is
what the young women of this land
should sow In the hot-beds of their
characters, rather than seeds to the
whirlwind of empty vanity and a de
sire to get their busts portrayed In a
society newspaper of a Sunday morn
lng. Whitelaw comes down on the
"vain, pomp and glory of this world"
like a hired man slapping a holstoin
heifer on the back with a wet boanl
Much work must be done, he avows
to rescue us from the eddying whirl-
pools of false gods and fluctuating
femininity. The girl graduate, with
woman's white band, must awake and
pluck us from the maelstrom of na
tional error and boarding house hash.
We need higher Ideals, and incident-
ally, a few more buttons on the back
band of our pantaloon seats; fewer
divorces, fewer shingle nails anl
firmer allegiance to tho old truism
the foot that rocks the cradle rules
the world!" With 654,000 persons
divorced in this country in the last
twenty years, and more bills for ab-
solution of the marriage ties pending,
the domestic statistics are getting so
muddled that no child, however, wise,
can tell Its own father. Mr. Reld Is
entirely right. The sweet girl gradu-
ate In her curl paper frizzes and
taffeta gown should desist in bitching
her automobile to the stars. The
boulevards to the ethereal skies are
already too crowded. What we need
In this country Is a woman who will
guarantee chastity, forbearance and
clean laundry Sundays, Wednesdays
and Fridays, home-made biscuits four
times a week and a cooing disposition
that will tftke the kinks out of dys-
pepsia and make this world happy
though married. Until then we are
sadly and irretrievably lost! Let us
hear from the lftdleB. Are they for
us or against us?
The humorists who met recently
and formed an organization, have
quieted public alarm. They do not
lntefld to strike—not even while the
Iron Is hot. All they hope for in this
world ot trouble and travail is a nice,
quiet meeting where they can get to-
gether. once or twice a year and have
a good, peaceable, sober time. The
fear that has been running rampant
over this great country of ours, lest
the funny men make demands we
could not meet. Is dissipated In the
effulgent light of truth. Cooler heads,
with cracked Ice on them, have avert-
ed a calamity that bade fair to
threaten every "smile that won't come
oJI." Let us. then, return to our dally
grinds knowing and trusting that the
i Jokes we have learned to love, honor
and (nicker at, will, like the star
spangled banner, be "still there."
A Wisconsin paper tells about the
birth of a young son. They most al
wavs come voung "that 'ar way."
Womin'a Cruelty to Woman.
Another illustration of how mean a
woman can be was given the other
night when a young lady was calling
on an elderly spinster who dresses
and acta with unbecoming youthful
ness. The spinster showed her vis-
itor a beautiful hand made lace col-
lar and said proudly: "This is over
fifty years old!" "It is beautiful
purred the girl. "Did you make It,
,ty believe that I owe my line neaitn to .."TT""" "
and change of food and water wrought ha voc with alitor mwtta
i muttered with Indigestion and catarrh ot the atomach. I felt that the only thing
tndo^ssTowlveui,my occupation which I felt very reluctant to do. Saelig
to do wes to give up ^ y pm CMtMrrh I decided to give It a trial, and mead
't faithfully tor tlx weeks, w hen I found that my troubles had all disappeared
llVt ,„ldlulemnew man. I have a bottle of Peruna In my grip all the
time, and occasionally take a tew doses which keeps me In excellent health. —
John W. Meng.
THE most common phases of summer
catarrh are catarrh of the stomach
and bowels. Peruna is a specific for
Hon. Willis Brewer Representative in
Congress from Alabama, writes the follow-
ing letter to Dr. Hartman;
House of Representatives.
Washington, D. C
The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, O.:
Oentlemen—" I have used one bottle of
Peruna for lassitude, and 1 take pleasure in
recommending it to those who need a good
remedy. As a tonic it iseicellent.. Jn the
short time 1 havo u*ed it it has done me ft-
great deal of good."—Willis Brewer.
If you do not derive prompt and satisfac-
tory results from the use of Peruna, wnt#
at once to Dr. Hartman. giving a full state-
ment of your case and he will bo pleased to
give you his valuable advice gratis.
Address Dr. Hartman, President of The
Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio.
THE FREE KIDNEY DOCTOR.
It's the wfto
doubt and Seeom# eurtd
while they doubt who
Klee Uus'i Fills the
Aching backs are eased.
Hip, back, snd loin pains
overcom* Swelling of the
limbs and drop ay signs
Tbey correct urine with
brick <luat sediment, h 1 u h
colored, pate In paieing.
dribbling, Irenuency. bed
wetting. Doan's Kidney PUls
remove calculi and trsrel.
Relieve heart palpitation,
TATLoasviuJB. Mi*. - •• I
tried everything for a weak
back and got no relief until I
•Uftd IlnatVI Pills. "
Fo«UrllUbnm Ob . Buffalo. Y
S wnu o®
The reason yos esa
this trial free Is heeauaa
they cur* Kidney His sal
will preve It to yea.
W ■ bt Brakcb, Mich —
Doan's Kidney Fills hit The
ease, which was an uauaual
desire to urlaste—had to aet
ui Are or six times of a nlcht
I think diabetes was well un-
der way,the feet and ankles
swelled. There was aa In-
tense pain 1q the beck, the
heet or which would feel like
Ettine one's band up to a
np chimnsy * *
the free trial
satisfaction of feellna that 1
am cured. They are the rem-
edy par exoellsnro "
B. F Baixaan.
JOIN THE AMERICAN COLONY TO ARGENTINE.
1" Corn and Alfalfa Land from SOc to S2.00 per acre. For Pa;«ie-U'<
THE SOUTH AMERICAN COLONISTS CO., MINNEAPOLIS, MIMM.
NO MONEY TILL CURED. 2B u«s isuilisied.
tcad Fttt and poitpiid a 1 oaft treatite PtHt. sad Viuaiss sf tke
iectsar alaolW p«f« Illm. treatise on Dutaiet of Wowaa Ot tin Ihouiaadt cared
kt oar liild meltiod, sane said a cest tillcsrtd -*e turnlili their aa«i • sMHcstiea.
DR8. THORNTON ^ M|NOR |()|0 Oattt^Uf^aCllr^
are generally the result of some
form of stomach trouble.
Dyspepsia, Indigestion Consti-
pation, Nervousness, Headaches,
Kidney and Liver Complaints, in-
duce an' 'all gone" feeling, depressed
spirits, loss of sleep and appetite.
Don't feel blue. Be healthy and
makes healthy stomachs. Get a
50c or $1 bottle at your drug-
gist's today. It will make you
your old self again.
.. tnsl bottle eent free
if youi drutfifcl hasn't it.
PEPSIN SYRUP COMPANY.
Much That Every Woman
Desires to Know
About Sanative Antisep-
And about the Care of the Skin,
Scalp, Hair and Hands.
Too mnch stress cannot be pl«ced o
the great value of Cuticur* So p, Olnt-
meut Mid Resolvent In the antiseptic
cleansing of the mucous surfaces and of
the blood and circulating fluids, thus
affording pure, sweet and economical
local and constitutional treatment for
wakening ulcerations, Inflammations,
1 tellings, Irritations, relaxations, dis-
placements, pains and Iriegularltles
peculiar to females. Hence the Cutl-
cura remedies liave a wonderful Influ-
ence In restoring health, strength and
beauty to weary women, who havo
been prematurely aged and Invalided
by these distressing ailments, as well M
such sympathetic afflictions as aiiamls,
chlorosis, hysteria, nervousness and
Women from the very flrat nave fully
appreciated the parity and sweetness,
the power to afford Immediate relief,
the certainty of speedy and permanent
cure, the absolute safety and great
economy which have made the Cu ti cora
remedies the standard skin curse awl
humour remedies of the clTlllte# World.
Millions of the women nse Cotlcura
Soap, aasistrd by Outlcura Ointment,
for preserving, purifying and beauti-
fying the skin, for cleansing the acalp
of crusta, scale* and daudvuff, and the
■topping of falling hair, for softening,
whitening and soothing red, rough ana
•ore hands, for annoying Irritations,
and ulcerative weaknesses, and for
many sanative, antiseptic purposes
Which readily soggeat themselves, sa
well as for all the purposes of the toilet!
bath and nursery.
Toar jobber or airsct from Factory, Peoria. HI.
^ To prove the healing as4
A NEW TOWN
■O ntlM •outhrwt of Mmkofro on M. K. * T
Lot*. MO uDe inducements to settler*.
' • CoramlMl... u. scran,
nsuiou 00WTKacrW,j M'A T. T
! Thompson1! Eft Water
HAS FREE HOMES FOR
Upwsrds of 100.00Q Ameriesnf
have settled In Western Canada
durinf tbe put 5 yeais. Tbey are
AND mOtH KKOUB. ^
and there to room Mill to*
ana w ^1LLlolfg
of wheal and other fjslns. The
beat sraalng 'sfda the eontln^ut.
SSaS DlSlT of water and fuel, good acbi>ola.s*-
celicnt churcbea, aplendld vallwajr _KKB
HOMfSIf AD LANDS Of 160 ACRES ME.
Vkea isswtriag Hdvertisesitnts Kindly
Hcatloa Tki( r« cr.
tho onl cbtr«« for wblcb >• (10 for aatrf Send to tks
"■ * T. m ...J /'...<IUsk fliitarnma
the auVhorUnd Canadian Outeroatent AganW
pAXTI N t
TatIM Aott l>«to we ..._
mall a large trial paeksse
with book of iuatruotlona
ltiMilutely free. Thlxtaaot
_ tiny sample, but a large
pai'kii«c. «nouuh to con-
vlDce anyone of iu value.
Women all ever the country
arc pralung Partlne for what
J^_uaa___BI^lt baa dune In loeal toeat-
•a^^^®is#nt ef female Ills, eurlaf
all Inflammation anil dl«char«ea wonderful as a
clransioK vsgina) douche, for how tbroat, nasal
catarrh, aa a mouth wash and to remove tartar
and whiten the teeth. Send today; a postal aard
*"• do ...
Sold hv drnaslats or eent poetpnld by aa. 50
eiite, large V>i. s«i Isfaetlon goafiatee*.
Tilt B. I'AXTUN CO., Boetoa, Masa
*14 Golunbas A e.
Rikbir Collars ^ Never Witt. ££*>
t"a"i W' oo-:"u.p^.r,n.jrM0si£
w. N.U. WICHITA-NO. a7.1BO
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