The Cimarron News. (Kenton, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 17, Ed. 1 Friday, December 2, 1898 Page: 3 of 4
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Many persons have their good
day and their bad day. Othera
are about half sick all the time.
They have headache, backache,
and are restless and nervous.
Food does not taste good, and
the digestion is poor; the skin
is dry and sallow and disfigured
with pimples or eruptions;
sleep brings no rest and work
Is a burden.
What is the cause of all this?
And the remedy?
It clears out the channels
through which poisons are
carried from the body. When
all impurities are removed from
the blood nature takes right hold
and completes the cure.
If there is constipation, take
Ayer's Pills. They awaken the
drowsy action of the liver; they
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SCHLEY TELLS OP8ANTIAQO.
Two Strange Coincidence* Belated by the
Admiral at the Lota. Olnb Banquet.
New York, Nov. 28.—Rear Admiral
Schley wan the guest of honor at a
banquet given Saturday night by tho
Lotus club, at their magnificent home !
on Fifth avenue. Seated at the board j
to greet him were gentlemen promi-
nent In the Spanish-American war and
well known In professional and com-1
merclal circles. [
Tho banquet room of the club was
richly decorated with cut flowers,
palms and potted plants, and liumedl-1
ately behind the admiral's chair were
draped the Stars and Stripes with the |
flag which the admiral brought back
Seated at the guests' table were Bish-
op Potter, Admiral Erben, Captain
Sigsbee, Gbauncey M. Depew, Colonel
Robert O. Ingersoll, Rev. Mlnot J.
Savage, Captain A. T. Malian and Ad-
When Admiral Schley arose to
speuk he was accorded a tremendous
In the course of his remarks the ad
luiral told of two strange Incidents in
connection with the battle of July 3rd
off Santiago. After stating that it had
been the Intention of Admiral Cervern
to make his dash out of the harbor oil
the night of July 3rd, Admiral Schley
"In some of the strange emotions of
telepathy I felt on that night that an
outward movement had been deter-
mined upon and decided to connect the
after and forward engines of my ship;
yet I feared to be caught in an opera-
tion of nearly an hour, but I ^as told
that the full speed of four engines nnd
one-half boiler was greater than two
engines and full boiler power, so I
risked it. Much has to be risked in
battle. It appeared that at the very
hour I was occupying my mind with
this question Cervera had planned his
attempt to escape.
"Another curious incident followed
their army's retreat to the hills west
of Santiago when our army was clos-
ing rapidly about them. The Insur-
gents took possession of Spanish block
houses to- tjie number of six nnd
burned them. That was the number
of ships in Cervera's fleet and lie
thought it. was a signal to us of their
intended movement, so he thought to
fool the Yankees and remain until the
following day. That little fact deter-
mined the result."
raniiO ron SAI.K in various parts of the
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NEGRO COLONISTS FOR CUBA.
Santiago Paper Upholds the Scheme to
Bring Kansas Negroes to the Island.
Santiago de Cul)a, Nov. 28.—The
Bandeo Cubana, a weekly paper of
this city, takes an opposite view to
the other papers regarding the impor-
tation into the island of negro colon-
ists from Kansas.
The paper says that all that should
be required is that the immigrants
should be of good character and will-
ing to work, and declares further thai
the Cubans have no right to object to
the immigrants on account of their
color, as the negroes have made equal-
ly patriotic efforts with the whites to
secure the liberty of Cuba, and that
consequently no objection should be
made to the coming of the negro col-
General Wood has appointed Senor
Eudaldo Tamayo chief Justice of the
Supreme Court, and Senors Jose Be
rela and M. de J. Mandulay associate
justices* The chief justice will re-
ceive a salary of $3,500 per annum
and each of the associate justices a
salary of $3,000.
At Gibara, there are 160 Cubans in
the hospitals suffering from smallpox,
and at Holguin over 300 cases are re-
Colonel Hood at Holguin has been
puzzled as to the manner In which he
should deal with the cases of a num-
ber of Cuban women, married to off!
cers of the Spanish army, who have
been left by their husbands In a des-
titute condition and who require trans-
portation to Spain. The matter ha*
been referred to General Wood.
PRINCE GEORGE TAKES REINS.
Sultan Objects In Tain to Greek Commis-
sioner of Powers tn Crete.
Athens, Nov. 28—The ministers ol
the four powers interested in the pro
ceeding, Great Britain, France, Russia
and Italy, went at noon to-day, in
royal carriages, to the palace and
formally announced to King George,
in the presence of the royal family ol
Greece, the appointment of his son,
Prince George, to be high commission
er of the powers In Crete.
The prince later received the con
gratulations of the ministers.
The crowds In the Btreets cheered
the announcement of Prince George's
appointment, which has relieved the
popular anxiety which had arisen on
account of the delay in making the
Constantinople, Nov. 28—The Sultan
has telegraphed to the Czar, entreating
him to abandon his intention of send
ing Prince George of Greece to Crete
as high commissioner of the powers in
Turkhan Pasha recently went on a
special mission to Livadla, with the
same object in view, but was unsuc-
WEALTH IN LITTLE THINGS.
Great Fortunes Have Bhi Unlit Up en
It has become almost tn axiom with
the majority that larger fortunes are
to be raised from some simple inven-
tion than from difficult and expensive
inventions that involve a great outlay
of money to manufacture. This is to a
certain extent true. A certain patent
for fastening kid gloves has yielded a
fortune of several hundred thousand
dollars for its fortunate owner, and the
Inventor of a collar clasp enjoys
000 royalty a year as the reward for his
endeavor. A new kind of sleeve but-
ton has made >60,000 in live years for
its patentee, and the Blmple twisting
of safety pins in such a way that there
is no possible danger of the point
sticking in the child promises to en*-
rich its owner beyond any of his early
dreams of wealth. A man one day
turned a piece of wire so as to hold a
cork more securely in a bottle, and
forthwith somebody saw a brilliant
idea, and patented the modern wire
stopple holder, which is now used an-
nually on several million bottles. The
accidental bending of a hairpin by a
woman to prevent it from sliding out
of her hair so easily produced a for-
tune for her husband, who immediately
saw the possibilities of a crinkled hair-
pin for women. Instances could be
multiplied indefinitely of large fortunes
being made from small inventions, but
fortunately for those inventors who
make a life study of intricate problems
of mechanics and disdain to waste
their talents upon trivial, popular arti-
cles of the day, there 1b often also am-
ple reward held in Btore for the prod-
ucts that take years to reduce and
which revolutionize existing methods
of industry and mechanics. Edison
has reaped honors and riches of a
princely character from his discover-
ies; McCormick has realized in his
reaper the fortune of a millionaire; the
Corliss engine brought honors and dec-
orations to its inventor and enabled
him to amass a great fortune in a
few years; Professor Bell found In his
telephone not only the consummation
of his early hopes and ambitions, but
a substantial pecuniary reward; Har-
veylzed steel armor has become syn-
onymous with the Inventor's name, and
it brings an annual income of huge
proportions to its discoverer; Ellas
Howe, the Inventor of the sewing ma-
chine. realized millions from his In-
ventions, and Nikola Tesla, though
still young and rich tn promises, finds
an abundance of money In his work.
THE HARMLESS RATTLESNAKE.
He Hill Not Strike If Gently Dealt With.
I have seen n good many rattle-
snakes—perhaps a hundred or more—
In these mountains, says John Mulr In
the November Atlantic, but I hnve nev-
er intentionally disturbed them, nor
hnve they disturbed me to any great
extent, oveu by accident, though they
were ofteutlnies in danger of being
stepped on. Once, while on my knees
kindling a tire, one glided under the
nrcb made by my arms.
The last time 1 sauntered through
the big canon 1 saw nlxwt two a day.
One was not colled, but neatly folded
in a narrow space between two cobble
stones on the side of the river, his head
lielow the level of them, ready to shoot
up like a Jack-in-the-box for frogs ol-
birds. My foot spanned the spnee
above within an Inch or two of his
head, but he only held it lower, in
making my way through a particularly
tedious tangle of buckthorn. I parted
the branches on the side ot an open
spot and threw my bundle of bread
Into It, and when, with my arms free,
1 was pushing through after It, I saw
a small rattlesnake dragging its tall
from beneath my bundle. When be
caught sight of me he eyed me augrily
and with an air ot righteous indigna-
tion seemed to be asking why 1 had
thrown that stuff on him. He was so
small I was inclined to slight him, but
he struck out so angrily I drew back
nud approached the opening from the
other side. But he had been listening,
nnd when 1 looked through the brush
1 found hiui confronting nre still with
n coine-ln-if-you-dare expression. In
vain I tried to explain that I only
wanted my bread; he stoutly held the
ground in front of it, and 1 was afraid
that If he came nearer he might close
in oil me and strike before I could get
away in such a tangle; so I Just Went
back a dozen rods nnd kept still for |
half an hour, and when I returned \
found he had gone.
THE HUSKING BEE.
All of the street railways of New
York have changed, or are now chang-
ing their motor power to the under-
ground trolley, nnd within a few
months there will be 1B0 miles In oper-
ation. The change has involved a cost
of *30,000,000 or more.
COULD NOT SLEEK
Mm. Plnkham Relieved Her of AM
t'onfeealon of n Millionaire.
A millionaire confessed the secret of
his success in two words-hard work.
He put in the best part of his life gain-
ing dollars nnd losiug health, nud now
he wns putting in the other half spend-
ing dollars to get It back. Nothing
equals Hosteller's Stomach Bitters for
restoring health. It gels at the start-
ing polht—the stomach—and cures dys-
pepsia and Indigestion.
"Isabel, won't you atop shifting a lit-
tle while? I wit ut to tako a nap. "Cer-
tainly, papa: but I wnsn't singing. I wan
practicing my college yell."
DKY liOODS I'.V W All. Send In your name and
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UOLUKN KAftliK, Ititti and Lawrence, DenVer. Colo
"Tlmtnlns Is going to give hla wife 50
cents 'every time she hears him utter an
'bath." "Yes; she Is stone deaf."
feewars of Ointment* for Catarrh Thai
As mercury *111 surely destroy the s«iate ol
smell and completely derange the whole system
when entering it through the mucous surface*.
Such article* should never be used escept on
prescriptions from reputable physicians, ts the
damage they will do Is tenfold to the good you
can possibly derive from thein. Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney 4 Co.,
Toledo. O., contains no mercury, and Is taken
Internally, acting dlrrctly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. In buying
Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine,
it Is taken Internally, nnd made in Toledo, Ohio,
by F. J. Cheney & Co. TestlmonlaUfree. Sold
by Druggists, price TRc per bottle.
Hall s Family Pills are the best.
USE OF THE HOUSE OF LORDS
Prairie Siren Play Havoc.
St. Lonis, Nov. 27.—A special to the l
Republic from Perry, Oklahoma, says:'
Prairie fires have played havoc in Ok
lahoma and the Indian territory for the
last few days. One farmer lost 1,000
acres of fine hay in the field, several!
hundred bales of cotton and 500 head■
of cattle and hogs. He estimates his
loss at $20,000.
Millions of tons of hay in bsle and in1
the bulk have been burned In other sec-1
tions and no less than 100 residences
have been destroyed. 8everal lives'
have been lost In these prairie fires. In
the Kiowa Indian reservation a strip,
of land thirty by seventy-five miles
was burned, causing great damage.
Santiago Dead May Boat at Mom
Washington, Nor. 2&—The Cabinet
to-day considered a request from Rep-
resentative Gillett for the Immediate
removal to this country of the remains
of soldiers who lost their lives during
the Santiago fsmnalyn
It was decided that an effort should
be made to bring home afi sec* re-
sort of Passive Watchdog for the
The house of lords cannot now pro-
fess to make the laws of the nation,
but it can, and does, prevent vast
changes being made in the constitu-
tion by a snap vote or a scratch ma-
jority, says the Spectator. It does for
the British constitution what a writ-
ten document, unalterable except un-
der certain special conditions, does for
other forms of government. But for It
the whole of our laws and liberties
would He at the mercy of any man who
could get control of the house of com-
mons for twenty-four hours. It con-
siders all legislation, and though in
practice it seldom ventures to make
changes, It is able to Insist on a refer-
ence to the country if it holds that a
great and far-reaching revolution Is
being made without the electors be-
ing really aware of what Is happen-
ing. In fact, It views the taws sent up
to it in the light of this question:
"Ought this law, if not amended, to be
rejected until it has been referred to
the nation with the demand. 'Is it
your pleasure that this bill shall be-
come law?'" The house of lords Is,
in a word, an old servant who has
passed out of active employment, but
Btlll holds one very important office
In the national household. The master
has said to him in effect: "You are
past very active work, and I do not
expect you to take any great share in
• the regular routine of law-making.
That must, as a rule, be left, like all
the accounts, to my younger servants.
I should like you, however, to keep
an eye upon them, and if you notice
something being done which appears
to you quite contrary to my wishes
and to sound management, I want you
to help it until I have been asked
whether I really want it carried out.
Of course you must not always be
worrying me with such questions, nor
do I want you to refer things back to
me merely because you do not like
them yourself. I only want to he ap-
pealed to when you feel reasonably
sure that I shall object'to what Is pro-
UNDER THE BLACK FLAG.
Two Women Known to Have Boost Pirates
How New Knglanders Used to Eo]oy
I "One beautiful evening under the
September moon Mr. and Mrs. Pratt
\ summoned the Concord young people
to their farm for a husking," writes
Edward W. Emerson of "When Louisa
i Alcott was a Girl" in the December
Ladies' Home Journal. "We worked
gayly at the piles of bleached gold
leaves and stalks to get out the livelier
! gold within, the lnnterns shining above
1 nud the cows beside creaking their
1 stanchions. After an hour we passed
across the moonlit yard, under the
most beautiful elm in Middlesex, Into
the house, where we washed our
I hands and brushed our clothes, and
were then invited into the kitchen to
1 supper by our hostess. There was a
, long table with a white cloth. In the
center in a shining milk-pan was a
i mountain of whlte-blossoined popcorn,
1 flanked by candles placed in sockets
1 cut In the small ends of huge orange
carrots. Next were baskets of apples,
crimson and yellow and green, round
towers of brown bread and fragrant
soft gingerbread, with fresh cheese
near by. Then there were candelabras
made of inverted multiplex rutabagas,
and here and there gleamed the tan-
ned, yellow faces of pumpkin pies. The
room was decorated with autumn
leaves, probably scarlet and yellow
maple, and blue gentians and asters."
"Why didn't Alice get engaged to that
plumber?" "He would propose only h
few words at a time and then go away."
1 never used so quiok a cure as Piso'* 1
Cure for Consumption.—J. B. Palmer, l
Box 1171, Seattle, Wash., Nov. 85, 18W.
When vines cling brown upon the wall,
The light burns high—the gasman's glad.
While there's life there's Soap—Dia-
mond "C" Soap.
"CoUsIn Fluvllla Is too lasy to live."
"Why do you say so?" "She keeps her
buttonhook on the floor."
Mr*. WlnsioW* Soothing syrup
fror .•hlldrsn teething,softens the fums.redurss Inflan*.
matlon .allays pain, ours* wind eoltc. t cent* a bottle
"Are you getting ready for Thanksgiv-
ing?" "Yes; I've found a place where I
can get trusted for a turkey."
B * II COUGH DBOPS made by Bowman A
Mrs. Mador Babcock, 179
St., Grand Rapids, Mich., had orarlaB
trouble with its attendant
and pains, now she is welL
are her own i
ble Compound has
me feel like
a new pereos.
Before I be-
gan taking it
X was all ron
down, felt tired
and sleepj moat
of the time,
had pains in
my back and
side, and such
all the time,
nlghta. I al-
so had ovarian
the advloe of a
friend I began
the use of LydleB.
and sinoe taking
it all troubleihave gone. My monthly
sickness used to be so painful, but have
not had the slightest pain ainoe taking
your medicine. I cannot praiae your
Vegetable Compound too much. My
husband and friends see such a change
in me. I look so much better and have
some color in my face."
Mrs. Pinkham invites women who ate
ill to write to her at Lynn, Mate* for
advloe, which ia freely offered.
IClae eatlltsrs. Bll toB
"What Is your theory about elevating
the stage?" "I would begin with the
■ I" IlIUKFOHl), Washington, £>. <
■■ will rseelvs qutek rspllss. B. Ill M.
Mas soik corps. Pre*ecirtlag ClaUM rte
In the first installment of his story of
the "Merrlmac" In the December Cen-
tury, which is to be an unusually attrac-
tive number, Lieutenant Kobson lays no
claim to having originated the Idea, of
blocking the channel at Santiago. The
sinking of the collier had been ordered by
Admiral Sampson, but the commanding
officer off Santiago had not executed the
manoeuver when the flag-ship arrived,
and the working out of the plan, as well
as Its execution, wa Intrusted to Lieu-
tenant Hobson. The preliminary steps
are detailed in this number of the maga-
alnc, and in later issues the story of the
sinking of the ship and the capture and
Imprisonment of her crew will be given
I at first hand. This is the only account of
his exploit that Mr. Hobson has written
In the old days, when piracy flour-
ished along the Spanish main and when
buccaneers had headquarters in many
islands ot the West Indies, Mary Read
and Anne Bonny sailed under the
black flag. The first named was an
English girl who had worn boy's
clothing from childhood to hide a fam-
ily secret. For a while she served on
an English warship and then sailed
for Cuba on a merchant vessel, which
was captured by pirates. She joined
the gang and thus met Anne Bonny.
The latter was also disguised aa a man,
and, not knowing Mary to be a female,
fell In love with her, revealing her
own sex. Mary was then obliged to
make a similar revelation. T%e pair
served at their profession for many
years. Finally they were taken pris-
oners by a war vessel. Mary Read was
sent to s prison in Jamaica, where she
ended her days. What became of Anns
Is not known.
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Catarrh and Stomach Tronic
[TSASIXABX] MOTHER AND 3 DAUGHTERS CURED BY "5 DR0PiH
Swanson Rheumatic Cars Co., Chicago, July M, H. .
t think "8 DR0P1" Is the bsst medicine In the world; it has don* me so mooh foot
Before using "8 DB0PI" I could hardly lie in bed long enough to go to (Ism. 1
would have to get up and walk around, or sit no in bed. I don't know what wes the
matter with me, but I was suffering all through me and my body waa so tender that
pert of the time I could hardly lie on the softest b*d. At it haa benefitted me so meek
1 have recommended it to my neighbors. Three of my daughters have sent to yon for
also two of my lady mends. One of my daughters waa suffering terribly
>maoh, and was all bloated up until she weighed 174 pounds, bnt after she
- . her ' | *—iU"-
all right again. Bhe
took "8 DKOPt" her weight came down to 144 pounds—tier normal weight—end she Is
thinks there never was such medicine made. 1 myself think tt Is
MRS. M. A. MATTINGLY, Collbran, Col
Mr. Ira Sargent, Dunbar (Neb.), also writes under date July SB, *98, that he k
enred of Rheumatl*m, Stomach Trouble and Catarrh. "1 want to write yoa in regard
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to my case of STOMACR TROUBLE and RHEUMATISM. I commenced one year age
to take '8 DBOPS' and I can tell yon to-day that though I am 7ft TEARS OLD and past,
I feel like a new person. I don't want to be without'S DROPf.' '8 DBOPff ha* the
praise of being the best medicine on th* market. It baa cured a bad case of CATARRH
here end has another almofct enred. Please accept my thanks for th* favors I have l
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agents. aeaNTe areoiNTao in niw tbmiitoiiv. whits to-day.
•WANBON RHKUIHATIO CURB CO., IB7 Dearborn Bt., Chloaco, lll
It h&s been sit6 of Americ&n* th&t they
are nation of dyspeptic*" and it is true
that few &re entirely free from disorders
of the digestive tract, Indigestion. Dyspepsia,
Stomach and Bowel trouble.or Constipation.
The tne&tment of these diseases
with cathartic medicines too often ag-
gravates the trouble.
the. logical treatment
is the use of a remedy that will build up
the system, thereby enabling the various ^
organs to act as Nature intended they should J 5
Such a remedy is found in Or Williams' Pink
Pills for P&le People J Mere is the proof ^
la Detroit there *re lew soldiers mote pepnlar and eBcient thaa Max
IL Da vies, fir*t irritant of Co. B. His home I* at 416 Third Avenue. For
four yean he was a bookkeeper with Ibe wholesale drug house of Famed,
William* ft CUrk, and he say*: "I have charged up many thousand J
orders for Dr. Williams' Pink Pill* for P*le People, but never knew their
worth until I used them for the cure of chronic dyspepsia. For two year*
I suffered and doctored for that aggravating trouble bnt could oaly be
"I think dyspepaia iaoaeofthe moat stubborn of ailments, and there
I* scarcely a clerk or ofice man bnt what I* more or le** a victim. Some
days 1 could cat anything, while at other time* I would be starving.
Thoae distressed pains would force me to quit work. I hsve tried many
treatments and remedies bnt they would help only for a time. A friend
Induced me lo try Dr. William*' Pink Pill* far Pale People, and alter tak-
ing a few doses I found muck relief and after using several bows 1 wae
cured. I know these pill* will cure dyspepsia of its worst form and I am
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The Cimarron News. (Kenton, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 17, Ed. 1 Friday, December 2, 1898, newspaper, December 2, 1898; Kenton, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc234042/m1/3/: accessed November 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.