The Daily Chief (Hobart, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 521, Ed. 1 Monday, September 7, 1903 Page: 2 of 4
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The Rock Island Bleeding
the Oklahoma Trav<
Public Without R
gard to Decency
It is a well known fa
the Rock Island R
Company or its numa
is troubled with a
commonly known as us
They persistently blee
territory they travel!
give the people less f<
• money than any other
management on earth,
are facts common to
servation of all who p£
their road in the sou
The traffic over thei
homa lines have paid t;
agement and stock
colossal dividends eve
the road was first bit
yet they persistently
the people upon th
provocation. But of
ions conduct of thei
agement the treat 11
their patrons during
cent floods 011 the V
leads them all. Worn
children holding t
tickets were hauled
Chickasha and dumj
there to take care oj
selves for seven days.
appeals of these peo
assistance or aid the j
turned a deaf ear, an
the full knowledge of I
that their road was ot
Continued to sell t
tickets up to Monday
No other railroad 11
ment 011 the face of th
would have treated tin
rons as shabbily as thi
There should be son
to punish these glul
cormorants and compe
to respect the rights a
patrons. A coat of t
feathers for each and
individual connected w
management .of tlii<
would be an honort
not deserve, Kit harsh
ishinent shuukl be met
to them if pissible.
County Assessor Loy has com-
pleted his work, and i report wig
to the county commissioners to
'•The old reliable" Mardw&ie Is
Kolp's, where goods are bought in
A Pull on the Purse
The natural expenses of
life are a great pull on the
You need the care on
vnnr nw/i unrt ns wall oh
ICE! ICE! ICE!
Humbert & Benson, the new ice
and coal firm are now prepared to
furnish ice and coal to the citi-
zens of Hobart at reasonable
*--■ XSUmm-Ijiv, ♦rn/L aoliniia/l
The supply of ice at
still holds out regard
The Boers surre
while Hobart was
bound. Did anythiuj
The Boers have s
dered, and peace reigns
in South Africa.
National Home Buildir
The National Home B
Company, of Wichita, Ka
corpora ted ),will purchase y
home in any city, a farm
part of the country, or pay <
mortgage, and let you pn
each 11,000 at the rate 1
month without interest. S
E. E. Bennett Co.
212tf Sooth Main St
Main street, south of s<]t
Latest Styles low P.
THE turn of life
IN A WELSH HOME.
L08T 72 POUNDS.
Wat Fast Drifting Into the Fatal
Stage* of Kidney Sickness.
Dr. Melvln M. Page, Page Optical
Co., Erie, Pa., writes:
"Taking too many Iced drinks In
New York In 1895 sent me home with
a terrible attack of kidney trouble.
1 had acute congestion, sharp pain In
the back, head-
aches and attacks
of dizziness. My
eye* gave out,
and with the lan-
guor and sleep-
lessness of the
disease upon me
I wasted from 194
to 122 pounds. At
the time I started
using Doan's Kid-
ney Pilla an abscess was forming on
my right kidney. The trouble was
quickly checked, however, and tht
treatment cured me, bo that I have
been well since 1896 and weigh 188
Foster-MUburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
For sale by all druggists. Price, 60
cents per box.
The flowering of civilization Is the
finished man, the man of sense, of
grace, of accomplishment, of social
Hare In Relief for Woman.
► Mother Gray, a nurse In New York, ala>
covered a pleasant herb remedy for women'i
ills, caUea AUSTKALIAN-LEAF. It la the
only certain monthly regulator. Cures
female weaknesses, Backache, Kidney and
Urinary troubles. At all Druggists or by
nail 50 cts. Sample mailed FUEE. Addroas,
The Mother Gray Co.. LeRoy. N. Y.
When a man Is engaged In beating
a carpet it's up to his wife to be
around and see that he doesn't put
his thoughts into words.—Chicago
Can't Wizard Burbank be jnauced to
try his hand on a mosqultoless rum-
The national bank circulation now
amounts to over $500,000,000, very un-
As Mra. Langtry talks of going into
vaudeville it looks as If she is about
ripe'for a pensJes.
In the celebrated case of gasoline
fumes versus mosquitoes Judge Nose
reserves his decision.
USK TH* FAMOUS
Red Cross Ball Blue. Largo 2-0*.
ceau. The Russ Company, South Bend, Ind.
WAISTCOATS FOR WOMEN
Supply the Necessary Bit of Color
to White Costumea
Women who love contrasts will be
pleased to learn that fancy waistcoats
will play an Important part in the fall
and winter fashions. Englishwomen
showed a tendency to adopt the waist-
coat last spring, but the style of the
garment was hopeless from the
American point of view. Recently
Mrs. James A. Burden, Jr., who has
been In the limelight in Newport, and
whose gowns have been admired
costumea was of white serge, to
which a cherry-colored waistcoat
supplied the necessary bit of color.
A straw hat, trimmed with long-
stemmed cherries, was worn with the
gown.—New York Press.
flOBART DAILY CHIEF
There is one thing In favor of the
50-year-old school marm—she is going
to stick to her business.
Grave of Patrick Henry
inquiry is made now and then as
to where Patrick Henry is burled.
The orator lies in a quiet grave on
the estate in Charlotte county. Va.,
where he formerly lived. Red Hill
is the name of the estate, which is
on the Staunton river, thirty-eight
miles from Lynchburg. When Pat-
trick Henry bought the place it com-
prised about 3,500 acres. One of
the nearest neighbors was John Ran-
dolph of Roanoke, fifteen miles away.
Red Hill Is now owned by Henry's
grandson, William Wirt Henry.
The stlgomay is a big mosquito well
supplied with yellow streaks. It means
business in every attack.
The postmaster general has Invent-
ed a new kind of money order. But
It will be just as hard to get as ever.
The early publication of "Fads and
Fancies" is now promised. It has been
well advertised by smart advance
A Pittsburg man has Invented a ma
chine that will make and bake forty
pies a minute. Where is the gatllng
Simeon Ford's chauffeur ran away
with his automobile. The joke Is on
Simeon, but he doesn't see any mate-
rial for a funny story.
A Philadelphia paper says that
"Mrs. Harry Lehr now has a pet poo
die as her constant companion." An-
other whack at Harry?
Picture That Would Draw Wanderer
from Gold Mine.'
Robert Fowler, in a recent book,
"Beautiful Wales," makes this pretty
description of an oia Welsh home:
"The floor was of sanded slate flags,
and on them a long, many-legged ta-
ble, an oak settle, a table piano and
some Chippendale chairs. There were
also two tall clocks, and they were
the most human clocks I ever met,
for they ticked with effort and uneasi-
ness; they seemed to think and sor-
row over time, as if they caused It,
and did no£ go on thoughtlessly or im-
pudently, like most clocks, which are
insufferable; they found the hours
troublesome and did not twitter me-
chanically over them, and at midnight
the twelve strokes always nearly
ruined theib, so great was the effort.
"On the wall were a large portrait
of Spurgeon, several sets of verses,
printed and framed, In memory of
dead members of the family, an alle-
gorical tree watered by the devil, and
photographs of a bard. There were
about fifty well-used books near the
Are and two or three men smoking
and one man reading some serious
book aloud by the only lamp; and a
white girl was carrying out the week's
baking of large loaves, flat fruit tarts
of blackberry, apple and whinberry,
plain golden cakes, large, soft, currant
biscuits and curled oatcakes.
"And outside, the noises of a west
wind and a flooded stream, the whim-
per of an otter and the long, slow
laugh of an owl; and, always silent,
but never forgotten, the restless
towering outline of a mountain."
A crockery trust with a capital of
$40,000tf00 has been organized. It
may be dangerous to start a bull
movement in that stock.
It is to be remembered, furthermore,
that J. Plerpont Morgan can afford to
buy a new suit of clothes every day in
the year, if he feels like it.
A western novelist recently went ti
jail In search of local color. Most
men would prefer to get their local
color in nice fat public offices.
cjoa iuuuu uivnV* 'K.Jpnr crsoau
money If she had conquered her Jeal-
ousy without going to a doctor.
The Massachusetts judge who has
decided that an umbrella Is private
property probably knows who has his,
and hopes the warning is sufficient.
In case her creditors kick at getting
only seven mills on the dollar, Cassle
Chadwlck can point out with force
that they are in luck to get that much.
A bunco man of wide experience
says that "a sucker Is born ki New
York every thirty seconds." Yes, and
when he grows up he gets into the
Perhaps Plain Old Meat, Potatoee and
Bread may Be Againat You for a
A change to the right kind of food
can lift one from a sick bed. A lady
in Welden, 111., says:
"Last Spring I became bed-fast with
severe stomach trouble accompanied
by sick headache. I got worse and
worse until I became so low I could
scarcely retain any food' at all, al-
though I tried every kind. I had be*
come completely discouraged, had giv-
en up all hope and thought I was
doomed to starve to death, till one
day my husband trying to find some-
thing I could retain brought home
"To my surprise the food agreed
with me, digested perfectly and with-
out distress. I began to gain strength
at once, my flesh (which had beea
flabby) grew firmer, my health im-
proved in every way and every day,
and in a very few weeks I gained 20
ponnds In weight.. I -liked Grape-Nnts
so well that for 4 months I ate no
other food, and always fclt as well sat-
isfied after eating as if I had sat down
to a fine banquet.
"I had no return of the miserable
sick stomach nor' of the headaches,
that 1 used fo have when I ate other
food. I am noW a well woman. Aotng
all my own work again, and feel that
life is worth llvfng.
"Grape Nuts food has been a prod-
sen a fo my family; It fcosel? efc.tqd my,
life acd my two littleJ>oya have thrtrf
en on it wbfiderf(itl£" Name giML
hr i:.. .llAfcila. fjy
tyibrv'i I reasrih . ■ «;
Get the little book, "The Road ta
Wellvllle," in each pkg
The Illiaols Automoblltsts' Associa-
tion will ask uniform laws for the
regulation of motorists. Without the
aid or consent of any old pedestrian
Paul Morton and James H. Hyde
danced in the same set at Newport.
Paul will soon feel his salary needs
bracing up or he will be resorting to
As to the monkey that died in con-
sequence of being deprived of its
daily allowance of coffin nails, let us
try to be resigned. It was not a prom-
ising monkey, anyhow.
Philadelphia is bragging that It Is
so big it takes more than one showei
to cOver it. Philadelphia Is also so
sleepy that it takes more than one
thunderclap to awaken It
The Troy, N. Y., baseball team has
gone on a strike. Some of the Troy
"fans" are unkind enough to say that
not before this season has the team's
hitting been worthy of notice.
In one day recently 100 w^cs ap-
plied at the New York police courts
for warranfs, charging desertion on
the part of their husbands. Married
people should keep* away from New
: A man in Pittsbjirf isparins a deb;
Incurred at a gani*' of ,h di^:
ting his regular dai'r ah'imwnia.&r
'.-space.of orio year. His rppearettr* on"1
th>" "treAts PUtftbitr*.-htoevei.
not likely to occasion any rajnerk.
The Patient Walter.
Bishop Ellison Capers, In an ad-
dress at Columbia, S. v., praised the
virtue of patience.
"We may have Industry," he said,
'sobriety, ambition—all the virtues
that make for success; and yet with-
out patience we will accomplish noth-
"A young man was overheard on a
street corner, the other night, re-
proaching a young girl. That young
man was patient. He had so highly
developed this excellent quality that
I shall not be surprised some day to
see him a millionaire, a college presi-
dent., or even a_ bishop.
"The young man said, as thr roung
girl drew near him, on the corner.
" 'What a time you have kept me
The girl tossed her head.
" 'It Is only 7 o'clock,' she said, 'and
I didn't promise to be here till quar-
"The young man smiled a cajm and
mistaken the day. I have been wait-
ing for you since last evening.'"
To a New Baby.
Little kicking, cuddling thing:.
Tou don't cry—you only sing!
Blinking eyes and stubby nose,
Mouth that mocks the budding rose,
Down for hair, peach-blows for hands—
Ah-h-h! Of all the "baby-grands"
Any one could wish to see.
You're the finest one for me!
Skin as soft as velvet Is:
God (when you were only His)
Touched you on the cheek and chin—
Where He touched are dimples in.
Creases on your wrists, as though
were fastened 'round them so
\ Time When Women Are Susceptible to Many
Dread Diseases—Intelligent Women Prepare
for It. Two Relate their Experience.
The "change of life" is
the most critical period
of a woman's existence,
and the anxiety felt by
women as it draws near
is not without reason.
Every woman who
neglects the care of her
health at this time in-
vites disease and pain.
When her system is in
a deranged condition,
or she is predisposed to
apoplexy, or congestion
of any organ, the ten-
dency ia at this period
likely to become active
—and with a host of ner-
vous irritations, make
life a burden. At this
time, also, cancers and
tumors are more liable
to form and begin their
Such warning symp-
toms as sense of suffo-
cation, hot flashes, head-
aches backaches, dread
of impending evil, timid-
ity, sounds in the ears,
palpitation of the heart,
sparks before the eyes,
tion, variable appetite,
weakness V d inquie-
tude, and ^tziness, are
promptly heeded by in-
telligent women who are
approaching the period
in life when woman's great change
may be expected.
These symptoms are all just so many
calls from nature for help. The nerves
are crying out for assistance and the
cry should be heeded in time.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
pound was prepared to meet the needs
of woman's system at this trying
period of her life. It invigorates and
strengthens the female organism and
builds up the weakened nervous system.
It has carried thousands of women
safely through this crisis.
For special advice regarding this im-
portant period women are invited to
write to Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn, Mass.,
and it will be furnished absolutely free
Read what Lydia E. Pinkham's Com-
les, consupa- ^/^n«aqannniiana«iOBaaaaauueuiTKy
IsS T Mrs.AEG.Mi/landj
romenwho Ire VoMailMOBBaO«MO MOaM«0«OBOO^
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pound did for* Mrs. Hyland and Mrs.
^I had been suffering with falling of the
womb for years and was passing through the
Change of Life. My womb was badly swol-
len ; my stomach was sore; I had dizzy spells,
sick headaches, and was very nervous.
Lydia E PfaUuun's Vegetable
" I wrote you for advice and commenced
treatment with Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege-
table Compound as you directed, and 1 am
happy to say that all those distressing symp-
toms left me and I have passed safely through
the Change of Life, a well woman. I am
recommending your medicine to alli my
friends."—Mrs. Annie E. G. Hyland, Cheater*
Another Woman's Case.
"During change of life words cannet ex-
press what I suffered. My physician said I
had a cancerous condition of the womb. Una
day I read some of the testimonials of women
who had been cured by Lydia E. Pinkham a
Vegetable Compound, and I decided to try it
and to write you for advice. Your medicine
made me a well woman, and all my bad symp-
toms soon disappeared. ....
"I advise every woman at this period or ure
to take your medicine and write you for ad-
vice."—Mra. Lizzie Hinkle, Salem, Ind.
What Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound did for Mrs. Hyland and
Mrs. Hinkle it will do for any woman
at this time of life.
It has conquered pain, restored
health, and prolonged life in cases that
utterly baffled physicians.
Succeeds Where Others Fai.
"All wives." says a woman physi-
cian, "should become hypnotists and
put.their husbands under the influ
ence." The great trouble with this',
schemq is that so many menr. ate root
Tou from leaving while you sleep.
Once I tried to look at you
From a stranger's point of view;
You were red and wrinkled: then
I just loved, and looked again;
What X saw was not the same;
In my eyes the blessed flame
Of a father's love consumed
Faults to strangers' eyes illumined.
Little squirming, cuddling thing!
Ere you shed each angel wing.
Did they tell you you were sent
With a cargo of content
To a home down here below
Where they hungered for you so?
I>o you know, you flawless pearl.
How we love our baby girl?
—S. W. Gillllan In Baltimore American.
Gas Lignt roi
Small country homes, as well as
large ones, may be lighted by the
best light known — ACETYLENE
OAS—it is easier on the eyes than
any other illuminant, cheaper than
kerosene, as convenient as city gas,
brighter than electricity and safer
No ill-smelling lamps to clean, and
no chimneys or mantels to break.
For light cooking it is convenient
ACETYLENE is made in the base-
ment and piped to all rooms and out-
buildings. Complete plant costs no
more than a hot air furnace.
During a discussion of Oscar
Wilde's interesting posthumous work,
t'De Profundis," an editor said:
"I had the honor of meeting Wilde
In London on the opening night of
his amusing comedy, 'The Importance
of Being Earnest." A little group ot
us got supper at the Carton and dur-
ing Bupper the subject of epigrams
"To Wilde, as the foremost living
tpigramist, the duty of defining an
epigram was assigned.
"He thought a moment, smiled
slightly, and then, in his low and pleas-
ant voice, he said:
'"An epigram .is a commonplace
cqniched so adroitly that only clever
people can tell what it means.'"
Preparing for Church.
A Kansas City druggist says a
wealthy W^st Side man came into his
store Sunday morning and. throwing a
dime on the showcase, said:
• .."Give ore two nickels for that,
"Going to try a slot machine?" askfd
the druggist, pleasantly.
"No," replied the wealthy man:
, Acetylene Apparatus Mfg. Con
"I'm gdla* to church."—Kansas JS7.BkMfui Ansae, CIICK0, ILL
Times. i . * ^ i ^
make the gap. They are perfect in
construction, reliable, safe and
Our booklet. "After Sunset," tells
more about ACETYLENE—sent free
Dealers or others interested in the
sale of ACETYLENE apparatus write
us for selling plan on PILOT Gener-
ators and supplies—it is a paying
proposition for reliable workers!.'
Instantly Relieved and Speedily
Cured by laths with
Soap to cleanse the skin,
gentle applications of Cuti-
cura Ointment to soothe and
heal, and mild doses of Cuti-
cura Pills to cool the blood.
A single Set, costing but One
Dollar often cures.
■X-Scad lot"!* (.Kit UaaorCun.* lhMn
W.N.U.—Oklahoma City—No. 34, 1905
OnslMi II Waal TI*.flavor ia ^sr«AI«HT 5* ClfrAR'
tool tit! jobber or llraci troa Factory, Peoria. la
d k to Odor and Taste.
lip: don't sou think the
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