The New State. (Haileyville, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 40, Ed. 1 Friday, December 4, 1908 Page: 4 of 8
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"CORK'S OWN CITY"
MULVANCY'3 NATIVE PLACE A
One of the Diciest of the Centers of
Population of Which Ireland May
Bo.itt — Visitor* Are Ever
I.cavlliK 'III' <1 • -1 >< >| > ii I lit lull and fitdK-
nut inn of llic : 111; 111 • ■ r tow ii h on tho
May soulIi IIii- trnvcler is to
roach I In* llvi-lv rltj of Cork, says a
filler in ilu' N<• w York l'o t. Cork
has enjoyed tin* I'i'iitilitiIon of licliiK
nix* of the niosi patriotic not to sav
i«'Im IIIoiis ri-iitiTH In Ireland, yft no
.|iot w ears' tin* air of having a Krl*'V-
.moo She 111i|>i*iith too busv for that
Hvcry avallalili' industry hooiiih to In*
m | if: .m tlii'i'i*, ;ilt ho ii ^ 11 11 or fine
(junvH hi*"' not a lui'K'* Mi'ii Ira tile.
Tin' i'orkliuiH an* ready to pout" a
newcomer on every point relating to
ilii'lr city ainl iilcasod If tin* stranger
ihovvH any knowledge of It I Hailed
on the Hlvor l,oo during one of their
pleasure trips and tho men especially
took prldi* in dwelling on the «■ it'h
urowtli and fullness of population—
jihine 10(1,0(1(1 and In pointing out
how ilu* prosperous business men
lived in pri'ltv villus that dot the well
Kept roadw along Us flue suburbs, all
I he u a y up to Monk.sto* II
"A good man," s.'iId one, polnihiK
to a spot in Qnoonstown harlior, "don't
know lliat the beach Is named Drake's
jiolnl because it was there the ureal
Hill lor hid with a few little vessels
while a Spanish fleet was looking lor
liliu The harlior waan'1 navigable
iihove ilint in Drake's hay. It has
lieeii dredged for miles ahovo that
nince Many Aiuerleans, too, seem
surprised when we tell them 'twas
from I H ake's point William l'enn set
:.all lo buy I'eniisvlyanla, after soiling
out an Irish e .late which Cromwell
Rave his father "
liui If Ilu* su hurl is of Cork are
charming, I he city Itself can hardly
In* called so SI I'alrlck's street Is a
liroad thoroughfare and many streets
have r.ome modern buildings, hut the
city's older parts are decrepit rather
than diKiillled, and there is a general
;ilr of ambition having outrun achieve-
ment Kxploriiig It:, byways, one dis-
covers a strange discrepancy between
lis Inhabitants, though the came Is
true of all Irish towns.
In Ireland you see people who are
able to control their own destinies and
within a stone's throw of these may
bo found people of the same lineage
so steeped III the hopelessness of lie
copied (lovel l v that tlie\ have ceased
to regard themselves as entitled to
any rights ns Individuals and who are
apparently unaware of the squalor In
which they exist
It Is a hopeless sign, however, that
the worst poverty Is confined almost
wholly to towns and cities In the re-
motest country districts scarcely any
of its worst forms are visible Hvery-
where the people tell nie the same
thing; that the country is much hot-
ter than it has been and is constant-
ly improving. Almost always they
add: "If you think It bad now, you
ought to have seen it "0 odd years
ago, before the land agitation" An
other point they are always ready to
insist upon is that tin* land Is coming
Into their own hands by purchase
through the government
This land purchase becomes more
noticeable the farther south and south-
west you travel. Wherever the land
is of least value the landlords are sell-
ing it. while in the interior of the
country, where the richest land lies.
It is in the hands of graziers.
Danger In Speculation.
The farmer sows his seed and has
no doubt but that the harvest will re-
pay him; but he who embarks In
speculations that promise sudden and
great wealth, knows that he may be
sowing the wind to reap the whirl-
NINETY FIGHT FEET SHY.
Over 20,i)00 hounds are maintained
In Cngland for hunting ptirpo '*s—stag
bounds, foxhounds, otter hounds, liar
i lois and be agli s
11 you Wi-li It-Miitifn'. rli-.ir, "Into clothes
un«' Red (>"••. IJ.iil lilac. I-a rue '1 o*.
package, 0 rents.
It's surpii ing how many fricuds
vou have when they need you.
3QO SHOES 5350
Mr. ti'mty Thank heaven, I'm not
DAD ITCHING HUMOR.
Limbs Below the Knees Were Raw-
Feet Swollen—Sleep Broken-
Cured in 2 Days by Cuticura.
"Some two months ago I had a hu-
mor break out on my limbs below my
knees. They came to look like raw
beefsteak, all rod, and no one knows
how they Itched and burned. They
were 11 swollen that 1 could not get
m> slim ., mi for a week or more. I
M 11I IIv* or six different remedies and
1 get no help, only when applying them
til lining was worse and the Itching
; loss For two or three weeks the suf-
j I'm Ing w as Intense and during that
1 time 1 did not sleep an hour at 11 time.
Then one morning I tried a lilt of
Cullcura From the moment it touched
nie the Itching was gone and I have
not t' It a bit of it since The swelling
w"lit • own and in two days I had my
hoes 011 and was about as usual.
j'Jeorge II Fa 1 ley. f.O Scuth Stn'e 8t,
Concord, X II, May 14, iPOT."
The Language of the Plant*.
"He didn't care to write to lu>r whe*
lie wanted her lo arrange for a secret
1 marriage, so he sent hor a running
What did she do?"
"Sent liini a eanteloune."
\Y. T.. Pouclnii mntces and sells more
men's *3.00 mill fc.1.50 sliot-s than ny
i i hi-r manufacturer In the world, be-
ruiiae tliey liolil their bh |W>, lit better,
ami wear longer tlinn any other uiak«.
Shoes t All Prices, for Evsrv Member of ths
Family, Hen, Boyi, Women, Miises t Childrtn
W 1 Coaglii t 00 cd tS 00 OUt BhOM c*M
mu*11 4 it *37 prlct. W L Douglas $2.50 tad
00 tho«t tho b«at In th« world
Fatt Color Kyelri$ Twd Enclurtrtlyf.
®f- Take Mo Auhitliute. W. L. Douilaa
name and priee !■ •tamped on bottom, dold
everywhere. bhoea mailed from factory to any
rart ot «'ie world. <'aialoifue free.
W L. DOLOLAS, 157 Spark St., Rrocktoa. Miu.
DI1FIANCE Cold Water Starch
m>k les laundry work u plenbure. Id ox. vku lUe.
TV] O CIGAR is so satisfying
1 ^ to the smoker. Made of
extra quality tobacco, wrap-
ped in foil, in packages of five,
which keeps them fresh and
rich to the taste. Their high
quality makes them cost
the dealer more than
other 5c cigars.
There are many
imitations, don't be
fooled, there is no
substitute! Tell the
dealer you want a
Lewis' Single Binder
• -"W «r<*.*
Tliis woman soys tliat. sick
women should not fail to try
l.vdiu II. lMnkliain's YegctnJblo
C ompound as site did.
Mrs. A. (iregory, of Lawrence
St., Pernor, Coi., writes to Mrs.
" 1 was practically an Invalid for six
years, on account of female troubles.
I underwent an operation by the
doctor's advice, but in a few months 1
was worse than before. A friend ad-
vised Lydia 10. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound and it restored me to perfect
health, such as 1 have not enjoyed in
many years. Any woman suffering as
1 did with backache, bearing-down
pains, and periodic pains.sl ould not fail
to use l.yuia U. l'inkham's Vegetable
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For thirty years l.ydia E. Pink-
lmm's Vegetable Compound, liiado
from roots ami herbs, has been tho
standard remedy for female Ills,
ami lias positively cured thousands01
women who have lven troubled with
displacvtnents, intlannnation, ulcera-
tion, tihroid tumors, irregularities,
jHTigdio pains, backache, that bear-
ing^omi feeling, flatu!eucy,indi^es-
tioti,dizziness or nervous prostration.
Why don't you t ry it ?
3Trs. Pinklinin Invites all sick
women to write lier for advice.
> lie lias truitled thousands to
hctUtit. Address, Lyuu, Maw.
WHERE THE FAMOUS
is made. Formerly the
home of the late Col.
Robert G. Ingersol. Pur-
chased and remodeled by
Frank P. Lewis for the
Single Binder Factory
You Pay 10 Cents for
Cigars Not So Good
FRANK P. LEWIS, Peoria, III.
Or.slnator of Tin Foil Smoker Pack-
*• The man who has made
Single Biodc: Straight 5c Cig«r fa-
r?ou_s. among smokers throughout
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