The Medford Star. (Medford, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 1, 1906 Page: 3 of 8
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
SPEEDY CURE OF MISS GOODE
O* la Utd* W ll by Lydln F. Pink-
b*m'B V*r*tabl« Compound, and
Write* Gratefully to Mrs. Pinkham.
For the wonderful help that she has
feuod Ml*# Cor* Goode, 255 E. Chicago
Avenue, Chicago, 111., believes it lier
4«ty to write the following letter for
publication, in order that other women
tfilioted In th« aamo way may bo
Jl/liis Cora Goode
Eighty People Meet Sudden Death
in a Wreck at Atlantic
City, New Jersey.
benefited as ahe wm. Miss Goode la
president of the Bryn Mawr Lawn
Tennis Club of Chicago. She writes;
D*sr Mrs. Plnkham>—
■'i B ny different rernedle* to
■olid up my ayatem, which had Ixxwme nin
■own from lots of proper rest and unreauon-
•Mj> hours, but nothing seemed to help roe.
Mother is a f rrat adTocate of Lydia E. Pink-
Pf® i Vegetable Compound for female trou-
cms, having oaed It beraclf some yuurs ago
W j «" «■• Bo I began to takeit,
•nd in leaa than a.month I was able to be out
N bed and out of doors, and iu three months
I wes entirely well. Really I have never felt
•o strong and well as I have since. "
.No other medicine has such a record
•f curea of female troubles as has Lydia
8. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
Women who are troubled with pain-
hl or irregular periods, backache,
bloating (or flatulence), displacement
of organs, inflammation or ulceration,
•an be restored to perfect health
and strength by taking Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
Mrs. Pinkham invites all sick women
to write her for advice. She has guided
thousands to health. Her experience
Is very great, and she gives the beuelit
•f It to all who stand in need of wise
counsel. Sheisthedaup-hter-in-law of
Lydia E. Pinkham and for twenty-five
years has been advising sick women
free of charge. Address, Lynn, Mass.
Artistic Marriage Certificates,
the smart wedding invitation or
announcement is ensraved as simply
as possible nowadays, but if the bride
wants elaborate treatment of her
marriage certificate she can have it.
These may be done by hand and beau-
tifully illuminated on parchment or
Japanese vellum, and some brides are
having theirs framed and hung in the
W« offer On. Hnndred Dollar. Reward for any
EJSrrh Cura caanot be cured by Hall'a
_ . F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, 0.
W«, tbe anitantfoed, b«ve known K. J. Cheney
Or ih« lut IS ran, *cd believe him perfectly hon-
vrable la all builnau tranaaAtloun and flmtneUllr
Mia ta carry eut any obligations made by hta firm.
WAIDIXB. KINKAH & MAKTIN,
WkoMaale Druggists. Toledo. 0.
■alr (. alarrh Cm* U taken Internally, acting
Mrectry upo* the t>'< -oi ao't mucous anrfacea of ilia
E!!?®- «T.Vi,mW """ 1'rlce 15 ceau per
fcrttl*. Said by all Druntaw.
Talc® Fublly Pills for constipation.
It takes a lot of common sense to
C*t a man out of trouble a little non-
sense got him into.
•iTS" nWjy* get .fu)I valup in Lewis'
Jnrie Binder stra.ght 5c cigar. Your
dealer or Lewis' factory, Peoria, 111.
A man saves his religion and his
best suit of clothes for Sunday.
Mra. Window'a Soothing Syrup,
mil(Iran taetluua, aofuus tun num. imlurau In
SamwitioB allaya naln.au,™ wind colic. ' S5c a bottlfc
Many a man's popularity is due to
ftla lack of self-respect
The Proved Remedy
For Over 50 Years.
HURLED TO WATERY GRAVE
throi* l.ondiMl Electric Cara Plnuse
••ff DrlrtK** Into Thirty
Feet of Water-Dctiilla
Atlantic City, N. J„ Oct. 29.—A rail-
road accident that was even worse
thiin the Meadow wreck of July 30,
189(! sent about 80 people to a Buddeu
deulh Sunday afternoon, catching t.heni
like rats in a trap. The cars of the
1:30 oleclrlc train of the Wcsi Jersey
& Seashore railroad lines, due here at.
'i.\10 Jumped the track on the trestle
bridge over the Thoroughfare nnd be-
fore anyone could get out they w
hurled to a watery grave. The tres
tie is ahout 15 feet above the water
and the drop to the water required
several seconds, giving time for the
passengers, men. women and children
to see and calculate their fate.
The entire city whs thrown Into a
state of excitement as the news
reached town about half past two ..
clock, a rew minutes after it hap-
pened. Fully 5,000 people crowded the
Meadows and the trestle, many rela-
tives nnd friends crying out In despair,
asking for loved ones. Chief of Po-
lice Maxwell had a cordon of police
swung around the death elide nnd
Chief Black of the fire department
called out his men :ind made them
Forty four bodies were recovered up
to 1 o'clock Monday morning and the
wrecking train Is now at. work trying to
hoist tho submerged cars from the
water, where fully 70 dead bodies must
be entombed. The accident was due
to a rail "turning In." It appears
that the rail which was an outside one
on the right hand side coming down
must have been out of plumb about, an
eighth of an inch.' The sharp flange
of the electric train caught this and
twisted it inwards. Had it spread in-
stead of twisting Inwards the accident
never would have happened. This
twist threw the first car off the track
and Into the water. The result was
that the second and third cars were
dragged with it and while the third
car was descending the rear pprtion
struck a piece of the abutment, hnng
for a short time and then slid into
A number of men and a few women
leaped out of windows and the re-ir
door either Into the water or caught
hold of a post and were rescued. It was
stated that fully 80 to 100 passengers
were aboard mostly all crowded into
the first and second cars. These arc
engulfed. Among the passenaers w ro
20 men of the Royal artillerv hand
who were on their way hero from
Charles Kessler. a merchant, was
the first to reach the scene of the
wreck. He secured an ax, jumped on
top of the submerged car and began to
hack through to liberate the impri-
soned passengers. The task was a dif-
ficult one, and he was unable to res-
cue many. He managed to get some
women out. and above water. T. C.
Smith of Newfleld and A. R. Kelly of
Jeffersonville, N. Y„ who were pas-
sengers on the train got off at Pleas-
autvllle for no othT reason than that
something told them lo change their
minds about coming to Atlantic City.
They heard of the accident afterwards
and came over thankful that they
had not remained on board.
About 15 people got off at Pleasant-
ville, Ihey said, and nearly as many
more got aboard. They said fully 100
persons were on the train, a great
many of them women.
The other man who attends the
brides in speaking of the accident de-
clared that the bridge had been opened
about 30 minutes before the train came
along. A yacht passed through. He
said that he saw that thf- bridge was
properly closed and that the tracks
were inspected. He can not explain
why the rails sprend as they did.
Fn IrlimtkN nt lopekn.
Topeka. Oct. 27.—At the hlggest po-
litical rally in I he history of this city.
Vice President Fairbanks, addressed
an audience of more than 5,000 per-
sons at tho Auditorium Thursday night
in th-> interest of the state and con-
gressional republican candidates. The
meeting at the Auditorium followed a
big torchlight parade and fireworks
display through the principal streets
of the city.
The acts of this life are the destiny
f tl.e next.—Eastorn Proverb.
Lewis' Single Binder straight. 5c cienr.
Made of extra minlity tobacco. \our
Iculer or Lewis' Factory, Peoria, IU.
English Motor Trucks.
"Motor lurries" is the name given
In Manchester, England, to power
trucks. These trucks pay well, pro-
vided they always have full load3 to
That an article may be good as well
as cheap, and give entire satisfaction,
Is proven by the extraordinary sale of
Defiance Starch, each package con-
taining one-third more Starch than
can be had of any,other brand for the
Wrought Iron Wardrobea.
A German firm is achieving success
in the salo of wrought Iron wardrobes.
They are supplied In four different
sizes The great advantages the ward-
robe possesses are extreme durability.
:onvenient ventilation and cleaning,
and easy of transportation. The door
Is made of wire netting, and as the
top slopes obliquely the contents are
risible at all times.
A Good Record.
Out of all the external remedies on
the market we doubt If there is one
that has the record of that world-
renowned porous plaster—Allcock's.
It has now been in use for sixty years,
and still continues to be as popular as
ever in doing its great work of re-
lieving our pains and aches. It. is
tho remedy we all need when suffer-
ing from any ache or pain resulting
from taking cold or overstrain.
Allcock's Plasters are sold by Drug-
gists all over the world.
Playwright's Method of Work.
Mr. A. W. Pincro has an unusual
method of writing his plays. His
work day does not begin until that of
the average city man is over. In the
morning he goes out, preferably on
his bicycle, returning in time for early
dinner. Then he has a comfortable
sleep, and on waking up, late in the
afternoon, he prepares for business.
After a cup of tea he goes to his desk
and remains working at his play until
far Into the night
For Infants and Children.
iWirii.Tfl ,;i,lii„i7.~ri; \ ~ r~
What JOYTHEY BINNG
l.c To Every Home
hiw rnly01/3 hfariS aw? 5",1InS face3 the>' romP and piay—when in health—and
pnL S! ] I 1 U u gamcs in which they indulge, the outdoor life they
Si0 ?7'? " habits they should be taught to form and the wholesome
nnt hi ^ ♦ ?Cy > Pau u" 'enderly their health should be preserved
ou! nrnh? ? niedication, but by careful avoidance of every medicine of an injurl-
natnrl nS ft ' and lf 1 anytlme a remedial agent is required, to assist
and ah i Jf.kn,0Wln excellence should be used; remedies which are pure
Sin ? pS°me and.trulyb,e"eficial in effect, like the pleasant laxaiive remedy
fnmi\ gS' man.ufact'^red by the California Fig Syrup Co. Syrup of Figs has
come into general favor in many millions of well informed families, whose estimate
of its quality and excellence i3 based upon personal knowledge and use
Syrup of Figs has also met with the approval of physicians generally because
they know it is wholesome, simple and gentle in its action. We inform all renta-
ble physicians as to the medicinal principles cf Syrup of Figs, obtained, b'y ?n
origina me.hod, from certain plants known to them to act most beneficially and
rr'n a" 2e? -sy/up ln w!uich the wholesoir'a Californian blue figs are
used to promote the pleasant taste ; therefore it is not a secret remedy and hence
we are free to refer to all well informed physicians, who do not approve of patent
medicines and never favor indiscriminate self-niedication
Please to remember and teach your children also that the genuine Syrup of Fte
always has the full name of the Company-California Fi/ Syrup Co- plainfy
S3 l?nc 5"01?1 rry packaP and Ihat il is for saIs in bottles of one size
nSn^ l y ?! eP offers,any other than the regular Fifty cent size, or havine
printed thereon the name of any other company, do not accept it. If you fall to Pet
1 bottle on rj11 ri°: get it3 Every family should always hale
thenar ? b•^* 13 e^ua,1y. bcT'eficial for the parents and the children,
whenever a laxative remedy is required.
AYcgetable Preparation for As-
Uiig the Stomachs anil Bowels of
ness and Rest.Con tains neillier
AperTecl Remedy forConstipa-
fion, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea
Worms .Convulsions .Fcvensh-
ness and Loss or Sleep.
Facsimile Signature of
The Kind You Have
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
Prica 23c and 30c
Positively cuird by
these Little Pills.
They also relieve Dls-
no from Dysr—s!a. In-
dlg-rstlon and 1 Joirty
Bat leg. A perfect rem-
edy tor Dizziness. Nausea,
Drowsiness. Bad Taste
In the Month, coated
Tongue, Pain ln tbe side,
—I TORPID liver. Ttty
•srnate tbe flowed Purely Vegetable.
MUHHLL SMLUBSt SltjlLPBICE.
A WIp« le«« \<*h l«* V4*na« rt t.
Washington. Oct. 27.—A remark-
able achievement, in wireless teleg-
raphy is reported to the navy depart-
ment from the Pensacola station.
That plant liaa been ablo to keep in
constant communication with the
steamer Preston from the time that
vessel left New York until It arrived
Genuine Must Bear
A Kntionnl HUtoricitl Society.
Washington, Oct. 26.—At a meetins
Thursday night of the United States
Historical society, Harry A. Colman
of Washington. D. C., was elected
president. Action was taken toward
the formation of state branches of the
People sometimes stir up a lot of
trouble by telling the truth when it
would be policy to say nothing.
HAD TO USE A CANE.
Weakened Kidneys Made an Eiwood,
Ind., Man's Back Give Out.
R. A. Pugh, transfer business. 2020
North B street, Eiwood, Ind., says:
"KidDev trouble kept
me laid up for a long
time, and when I
was able to be up 1
had to use a cane.
I bad terrible back-
aches and paia in
the shoulders. The;
kidney secretions i
were dark colored.
After doctoring in I
rain, I began nsing Doan's Kidney I
Pills. Three boxes cured me entirely, |
and 1 am glad to recommend them."
Sold by all dealers. 60 cents a box. j
Poster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
It Is easier to look over another's '
faults than It Is to overlook them.
ALWAYS REJiDY TO USB. NO
DIRT. DUST. SMOKE OR SME1-U
NO MORE STOVE POLISH TROUBLES
depends so much upon her functions,
that the least upset of them affects her
whole system. It is the little things
that count, in woman's life and health.
The little pains, and other symptoms of
womanly disorder, soon lead up to big
things,—serious pains, serious diseases.
It is for just these ordinary, common,
womanly troubles, that the use of a
gentle, strengthening, female tonic, like
has been found so successful, in thousands of cases,
in relieving and curing. "I had been troubled with
female complaints for' 12 months," writes Mrs.
Bettie Arp, of Ballplay, Tenn., "and although I was
under doctors' care for four months, they did but
little good. I took one bottle of Wine of Cardui
and one dollar's worth of Thedford's Black-
Draught. and now I am better. 1 believe Cardui
saved my life. We are poor people, but I shall
always keep it in the house." It relieves woman's
worst pains and regulates fitful functions. Try it.
At All Druggisfs fn $1.00 Bottles
} YOUNG MEN WANTED
J To I elm tftlcgnrhy. write J. 2. TIGHE,
l] care ol Santa Fe R .. Arkansas City, Kan.
What Is the goal of your ambition,
Harry?" "T ain't got no goal. I'm
named after ma's bachelor brother,
who's a millionaire, and ain't goln' to
leave anything to charity."
WRITE US FREELY
and frankly. In strictest confidence, tailing all your troubles, and stating
age. We will send you FREE ADVICE, in plain soaled en-'
velcpe, and a valuable 64-page Pock on "HOME TREAT-
MENT FOR WOMEN." Address: Ladies' Advisory Dept.. The
Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tear- GH53
Fnlhnr of W. K. Stnbbk to Mnrrr.
Wichita. Kan.. Ocr, 27 —John T.
Stubbs, aged 71 years, of Mnlvane,
father of W. R. Stubbs, the politician
of Lawrence, was granted a license
here Thursday nieht to wed Jennie
Cook, aired 50. of Chicago
"me p.rnjn Thompson's Eye Water
—other tarchi!i only Ij eupcos—oame pr,, .: nt:.! ' -
'DEFIANCE'' IS SUPERIOR Qc.-.ury. N. U.. WICHITA. NO. 44, *904,'
••caua* of those ugly, *rlxzly, gray halr«. Uo« " LA CREOLE ' HAIR RESTOR " "ce. Si'.O^retell
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
Wood, E. A. The Medford Star. (Medford, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 1, 1906, newspaper, November 1, 1906; Medford, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc186330/m1/3/: accessed May 27, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.