The Kiowa Breeze. (Kiowa, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 30, Ed. 1 Friday, October 14, 1904 Page: 4 of 4
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tr J *o cr* of a
iuy-.-ceitJ the cr;-
THCLGHT SHE WOULD O'.E. j
Mr*. S. W. M - «•- ef Cj'c-Jds
Springs. Bfjan te Fei' the Worst.'
Doan's K ^ey P a Sa*rd Htr.
Mr«. Sarah Mirtai
.* p *op>
izd talk j
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•e who fat
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r.« a rufl- !
It ts irr.-
ch. It i
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i co.d or
rn so com
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The diicoTcry br the University of
Chicago« Oriental expedition of the
rums of a Banylafiian temple contain-
•ni vases statue.'. arJ inscription*
.fating -i k to "1 B C , ha« Just b «n
aanounctH The ruined walls auJ
foundations of four temples. built ont* .
al-ov" the other, have l.'een uncovered,
tmrng :h^ ar:!< ! s found are narble
statuei. an tmvavcd marble lamp.
fri-tnen'-1 of white marble, onyx and,
.ands->• - vast-, ar.l various bronze
About the Teeth.
!>•- thi* tet'.h sho'j
' Many women arc denied the happiness of
children through derangement of the genera-
tive organs. Mrs. Beyer advises women to use
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
* "Dear Mrs. Pjvkfam : — I snfferpfl with stomach complaint for
▼ears. I got so bad that I could not entry my children hut live m<...c's,
th'-n would have a miscarriage. The List time I U.-rami- pregnant, my
husband got me to take Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetalile Compound.
After taking the first bottle I was relieved of the sickness of stoma* h,
and began to feel better in every way. I continued its use and waa
enabled to carry my baby to maturity. I now have a nice baby girl,
and can work better than I ever could before. I am like a vtvf wo
man " — Miu. Frank Beyer, 22 S. Sccuiid St., Mcriden, Conn.
Another case which proves that no other medicine ,
In the world accomplishes the same results as
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
" Dear Mns. Pinkuam I was married
for five years and gave birth t'j t'.vo pre-
mature children. After that I took
Lydiu K. I'lnkliam's Veuetable Com-
pound, and it changed n;e from a weak,
nervous woman to a strong, happy and
healthy wife within seven months. With-
in two yearn a lovely little girl was born,
who is the pridoand joy of my household.
If every woman who is curxl feels as
grateful and happy as I do, tyou must
have a host of friends, for every day I
bless you for the light, health and happi-
- . ness Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound has brought to my home. Sincerely yours, JIes. JIak
P. Whaurt, Flat 31, The Norman, Milwaukee, Wis."
Actual sterility in woman in very rare. If any woman thinks
she is sterile let lier write to Mrs. Pinkliain at Lynn, Mass., whoso
advice is given free to all would-be anu expectant mothers.
AvAAA FORFEIT" """t.? forth -Tlth [irrxl-n-e th j orlje! nnl lfltter, ftnd li£ti*tnrel of
V nfinn Ebon# io4timoui U, vrliioU will tbur iil>«..lut« «niiln i i«.
VvlrwU LjfUiu t. i'lnUltMui Med. Co., Lyon. Mau.
*'r*. Wlnelow". F#v.thlnjr Sjmp.
I To eh'.-lT* tMt^lac. tb« trint. lk>
LA2.U.*.. ?^-.CUrti .lilt - i*. • UAU*.
mari onr<* told me
the stf-ppin? tone
l \e heard that before
n't be surprise!.
friend a si-
vised me to
Mis. Within a
tng them I was
bitter that I decided to keep
treatment, and when I hai
uifl a littl- over two boxes I was
entirely well. I have now enjoyed
the be-t of health fcr more than four
months, and words can but poorly ex- Wl
press cv gntitude."
For sale by all dealers. Price EO
rent.«. Kosttr-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
ice 1? g30d
• is a ines-
1th it once
1 of ha\ins
Baby Was Well Packed.
Pett Ridge told an ex
ttcry a- the ladi
r.er of th
For Cupboard Comer
St. Jacobs Oil
Slrvjht. str-r «ur*. lath* best
nocseho.i rerr^cy fir
Price. 35c. and SOc.
When I hear s<«m<
dor if the fool kille
mill talk I vrnn
ii ta-..:ig a va
New Vagabonds' club. A |
be- little daughter were
rough Grusvencr square
carae to a portion of a
with straw. "What's tha*
«i the rhild. which the
M«r<! mj ■' It.
I K1 MOAtor Ai0«rt MtrrlU. ' -'• • ^ • ' • •
FARM LAN OS.
| The farm lar. Is aiors "The Denver
Read" in Northw. it Texas (The Par.
handle) are advancing in value at
rate of 20 per cent, per ann'tm. Oo
I vou know of any equal investment?
told him 1M pf.v for the rire I As our assistance may le of great
It is a pity thar wh-n people reach , value toward securing what you need
the «geV discretion they do not stay or wish, as regards . 'ther Agricultural
• here ' j Properties or Business Opportunities
'and will cost nothing, why not use u*.
mother replied. 'T«e lady who lives
in that house, my dear, has had a
little baby girl sent her." The child ,
walked along for a few yards, and [
then turning back and nodding at the |
straw, said: "Awfully well packed. |
ma "—St. Jatr.es' Gazette.
Murine Eye P.emedv
makes w eal, eye* strong
i ure< *or« evp*.
Oldest Known Piece of Msney.
Chairman l-osmann. of the Soc .'ty
nf Scientific Re:, arch, in Anatolia.'
har-- Just acquired n co.n which is the
oldest known pi"re of mom-y in the
world. It was obtained during a re-
cent journey ir. Syria. The piece,
which is at p 're silver, contains a per j
feet Aramean ii'.serip'ior. of Panamtr.i:
bar Rerub, King of Schamol, who |
reigned Sou years B C Althouph the
I.yriians have beva regarded as the in-:
ventors cf money, this coin now up
sefs that bell'-i* as it sbovs that tw<
centurics before th'-ir tim-- money wa.-
used by the Semitic Arnmeans
Drop us a postal A. A. Gliasor., Gen.
Pass. Agt.. Fort Worth. Texas. ;
A clever woman knows what a man t
means when he ^uya things he d'jesn t;
How we all dislike th- child that
*ias its own way and is impudent!
All of us need a gr-.-at deal of trair.-
Around the World
••I have u ed your Fl«h
Brand S'.ickera for year#
In the hawellan Islands
and found ihem the only
article that suited. I am
now In thi« country
(Africa) and think o great
deal of your coata."
(i«4Mt 0* AP*UCATI0«)
The world-wide r,puU-
Hon of I ower • VV ater- \v4 w
proof Oiled Clothing
assures the buyer of
the rositlv© worth of -
all garmenta bearing /Tui gokW <
tblJ t lgn of tho Fish.
A. J. TOWER CO.
Briton, L'. S. A.
TOWER CANADIAN CO., LIMITED
1 gruoto, Cancda
If vou don't g"t the b'ggest and b st
Its ;..ur v.n fault. Defiance f-tirch
« for sal" e-.-ryv.here and th're U
positively nothing to equal It in qua.-
itv or nuantlty.
If a young man wi
the Hull he shouldn't
that 10 p. m. v. ith th
get up with
tay up later
The further back
his ue^cent the lon.g<
the downward path.
a man can trace-
;■ he iias Letiu on
SifK) Reward, $100.
Tb. r-iu'.-r- of ti. • •
th.i ili'-ir l« :•!** ti'
!, < t>ff n ■' ■■ :i
t *mrrh Hn' '* < i*rrh '
cur< But \ouwn t il. * nir
\jf a rm *tltotl'jn«! <1i
ti(i>«l ' ect. M « 1
trroA 'F artinif djn -s.f upon
•utf*.« « < r tb" • tr.«' • - «l
fylinflit li • t Of ill*'"*' l w
■lren«'h by upt^^: eon^tltuti
Icrf ni'ure In 1«* i i ♦* " *
po n, ■ h fa'.th tn I * • r:.t.ve r «• r-
Ore llt.n-1r *d !>• '.Art t- r «ny < -.-i
Cure. > t- r iM . f t—rln oi.
Ad.lrfw t . .1. « UK .r.V A
l • 1. *- i w:*; I
-e U t.-tt ■ nly
i «, t-*t rnlfj. « tipr'i
re*iuli -« * constU'i
nrrti « <:r« 'h t W«-n Ir
mnlly Pli:* f r <
No matter how siilv r\ weman inn;
bP. she can always lln l a man wh
will let her make a fool of him.
For Thirty Years.
Inclosed find money order -."-j ,
rto'.'ir. for which please s'nd its worth '
ir. Simmons Liver Purifier, put up in j
tin boxes. I l.ave been using the med- |
lcine fcr thirty years."
TliOS. II. REII.I.Y.
No cotr.tnent necessary.
Price 2£c per box.
I.ife Is like a good book. There is |
just as much in it as there is far vou;
to take out of It. Most people only
skim over it. !
Lewis' "Single Binder The richest)
eual'tv eig.'ir .HI till- rrarket at straight : c. ,
Alw.iv- ,bi.-. Vou pay luc f..r cigHt> j
ho i not so good. Ix wis' Factory, Peoria. U.. ;
Allen's Fccl-Ease, Wcnt!;rfijl Remedy.
"Havetried ALT.KN'S FOOT-EASK, ard
find it to bo a certain cure, and give* com-
fort to ene suffering vvith sore, tender avl
swollen feet. I will recommend ALI.KN'S
FOOT-EASE to my friends, as it is
crtainiy a wonderful reu eily —Mrs. N.
H Guilford, New Orleans, La."
When the right woman coni'-s down
the pike she finds a man's hi-art
strings easier to play on than a hand
cures Cut:), IJurur., Brulaea.
The man who is always hoping fo
| the best may never reach r. but h
! has a happy time whi ii'.r.^
The height of some men's ambitions ■
is to be seen on the corner talking to,
tho owner of a saloon.
ill Roads oLDaMOBILE
Afnu for Nortb !•**« ' 1
r Cured. Gives qulch
swelling in tt to 20
UI|WI wa <l*vv permanent ,
kcTr "30 to to day.. Trial l"*"""'
I Or. H. M. Qreen sSons. Bo* S. AtltnU. 0®.
a publication knowu u.-*L rtuiur i>o.
1m described the . . ■
best territory in this country
a.Dubuqtio, Iowa, n<juesnuk
"""j'k MEUUV. Asst. Gen'l Ai.'**"
Get to St, Louis ia the Morning
THE SANTA FE
ST. LOUIS LIMITED.
R«*ch*« the Worta'i Fair City 7 30 A U.
Solid Wide Vestibule Train
with Observation ttleepei*-
WIIiK vssnilL'Ljtl'. EIXITIU0 LIGHTK) TliAIM
Oal.Mton. BoaSton, Antonl#. U llM
•art Port W orth to
1. lOtll. K4HSAS cur asilthe Nerth swl fHt
i4 1' 'e v. J puru it tienlwn. otn.r *l«
biulag C*r>aod U.rvf? Wftlog llftlli *11
W. A. TUI.K*. '.-P. A.. t rt Wurth. 1 i «■
V/. N. U. UALLAb NO. — 41 — 160*
BLINDNESS AND DEAir NESS
CURED AT HOWE
If you Laii w«afc oye«. faiilnff
«yen..r «or9 •>'«•«' ;
catarrh or deafuato. r.to futl.lw-
•crl pel on of <>ur c -h- «..d m irlal
trc*itu0ut will b« )ou
FREE OF CHARGE.
This trial tr^*tru« :it U mll«l and
barmlcxi and tian< «ir -d in
i.r M..,re • ,
twoOownon.Cl.lrt f.f- nd B«r sur*."" • * -
'Jstss: *'■ t
lr ., rroB. eyes Iruvlil'-nf>l l>y '"'J* 4 "'"i wl.
"Makes It Go Way."
We simply can t do w ithout, it. We
*tr^ not goin^ to try. \\ h^n Hobby
stubs or cuts his toe. it's "Ma. where'a
the I.it;hlnins Oil?" When l.i/.zie
burns her hand or arm. it s \\ here s
the Lightning Oil?" When little Dick's
been playing with a bumble bee, It's
"Where's the Lightning Oil?" The
echo of all our afflictions is "Where's
the Lightning Oil?" It's the balm
that makes the pain K 1 way- Sincere-
25 anil 00c bottles
The religion that seems "blve" is
only harnessed by hypoericy wauuiu
to Wick over its own traces.
World's Fair Visitors.
P"rsnns> att< r.dlni! the sr^at i;*r
at .S l.uuU should seenri a roiim vlosc to
th - r-'a!r and ;>i a pa> b-!ok bmMlnK. Ho-
t-1 F.yworth Is all tho i:..r.v«nienc( s nf a
first • * a ^. if '!'rn liotei. -.v:t! in fuur inln-
titcs' walk nt Convention and Administra-
: entrnri . It,it«-s $t y>-r day ai.d up
fur |..d"-hi! M-a -■ at r a«..nubi« prle-s.
|- rom I'n ■ n Station, en t" (Hive atre^t.
topi^-,,- ,,nr.i -\ >.t, coihK wist to
"/G«. Our b v<< mpot all oar?
I ungihcSlo£actear.dBowe!sof j,
Opium,Morpliine nor Mineral.
jiau~ Wrf *
AperTecl Remedy forConslipa-
lion, Sour Stomach,Diarrlioca
V/onns .Convuls loaslovensh
nrss and Loss of Sleep.
Facsimile Stgnaiure of
For Infants and_ChiIdren^
The Kind You Have
Churche should put In special en-
trances for in en that have thi side
Hiinrlrods of d^al^rs say th* ,
quantity and superior quality or De-
flanoo Ptan-h Is fast taklnK idaer- ,,f
all oth r brands. <Hh rs say tb-ey can-
not bell any oth«*r starch
He ware of the featherweight woman
with the welterweight voice!
It TH* HAMt 7 V
Largest Pure 5c. Bar
Many Children Are Sickly.
Mothor Grays Sweet Powders for Children,
used by Mother Gray, a nurse In Children's
Home, New York, cure Summer Complaint,
TeethingDisordifsand Destroy Worms. At
ail Druggists', a."*'. Sample mailed FKEE.
Address Alien S. Olmsted, lioy, H. Y.
| Th< sins of omission are probably
I thore a man would have committed
had lie thought of them.
EXACT COPY 05 WRAPPED.
The World's Fair Way—Cotton Rolt
Route—opcrating fast through trains.
carrying magnificent new equipment Every houseneeper should know
on convenient schedules to the Louisi- t^al if they will buy Defiance Cold
ana Purchase Kxposition, St. Louis j %Vaier starch for laundry use they
For copies of our handsomely iliustrat-j wl)| gav0 not on)y time because it
ed World's Fair Folder con'alnltig an I neTer (0 the Iron, but because
indexed map of the Exposition Grounds | package contains 16 oz— one full
and the City of St U>uis and for poUnd_whll6 all other Cold Water
Information regni i i..o < starches are put up in ^i-pound pack-
any Cot SS Li man or address A. 8. | ages, and the price is the same. 10
Waener Trav Pass. Agt., Waco; D. ] cents. Then again because Defiance
M MorganTrav. Pass.
Worth; John F. Lehane,
Take-Down Repeating Shotguns
Don't spend from $50 to $200 for a gun, when for so
much less money you can buy a Winchester Take-
Down Repeating Shotgun, which will outshoot and
outlast the highest-priced double-barreled gun,
besides being as safe, reliable and handy. Your
dealer can show you one. They are sold everywhere.
' ^ FREE t Our ItO-Ptojc Illustrated Catalogue.
WINCHESTEH REPEATING ARMS CO. NEW HAVEN.CONN.
f gl.flfl PRICE EXPHINEP
FOR $21.00 TO S23.00|MV$,TOO
TOP BUGGIES, •tmllar to on* lllus- "" >^1*5Y V An TT
s. Agt., waco, *-*• j cenis. ineu bkaiu ucvbu™
Pass. Agt., Fort j starch is free from all injurious chem-
ehane, Gee. Pas3. j lcals your grocer tries to sell you a
12oz. package It is becauBe he haa
stock on hand which he wishes to
— 2 5< —
1 always like to help an ambiti _ dispose of before he puts in Defian
young couple along. A groom-to-bel _ _ ^
once applied to me for assistance, i
Storekeepers report that the extrri
ouantlty. together with the superior
aualitv of Defiance Stan-h makes It
ji.-xt to Impossible to sell any other
The sexton rings the church bell
after the young man rings the other
JGCIES. similar f lima.
ftan t—n widsljr M*trtla d. | $34*00 (O $38.00
BUGGIES can B« effarcd at thaaa price* an l
wa can h11 bu«ul«i and ail other vehicle* a*, mil
I mim! to
lower ptieee"u aiiaii other bonne I* all fully as-
plainer In our POUR BIO FRCK VEHICLE CAT-
ALOGUES. Cut tbla ad. oat and aond to us
jr'ou wTu racf ive by raturn mail, Free, I'^stpw.
Four Wf Vehicle CaUlo ruca,ehow!n|C the mo
He know 3 that Defiance Stwak S«s
printed on every package In tefge let-
ters and figures "li o«." Demand
Defiance and save much time and
money and the annoyance of the iron
sticking. Defiance never sticks.
Society women who appear in even-
ing dress are candid—at least, they
don't try to conceal much.
TEXAS AID^SOUTH OFFER.
i. ST^iV. arSlTof Si Ohio rlrer and you will out tbla ad out and aend Itto us jottwlllrecevjiOur
•ay. Uy<BoerUI Catalotrne, called Seutharn Vahkclaa for Southern People. Vrhiela*
Great Sautli Offer. V^ui«iartf\ Alabama, Mlealaalppl and the South,built In a aoutbem factory to
SSiVaoutSii i?idS?fc!S lSl catalogue In colon-, you will also fret Peer athar Blfl Vehicle Catelatuca. We
stand souttarnroans, aowaw" hbrhaatgrade buscloeand carrlasoe built expressly for southern trade All
SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Chicago.
1 TliamDson'i Eye WatM
BEGGS' BLOOD PURIFIER
CURES catarrh o! the stomach*
'larilalion Chill Cure is Guaranteed
(■■■■■J^I^SnS^enincle^nour merchant, so why not try Itl. PrloB 50c.
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Coak, George J. & Coak, Mrs. George J. The Kiowa Breeze. (Kiowa, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 30, Ed. 1 Friday, October 14, 1904, newspaper, October 14, 1904; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc269001/m1/4/: accessed September 25, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.