The Cushing Herald. (Cushing, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 40, Ed. 1 Friday, April 21, 1899 Page: 4 of 4
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No old time doctor discards the medicinc which cm show «n
unbroken record of
Fifty Years of Cures.
To those doctors, who went up and down the country in every
kind of wind and weather, faithful, patient, and true, Aver s Sarsa-
parilla owes its first success. Today any doctor of repute who
prescribes any Sarsnparilla prescribes Aycr's. We have thousands
of testimonials from doctors all over this land that it is the one
safe Sarsaparilla, and the doctors know what it is, because we have
been giving the foruvula of it to them for over half a century,
*1 his 13 w'ly
is "the leader of them all, not because of much advertising nor
because of what we put around the bottle, but because of what
is in the bottle.
ft is the one safe spring medicinc for you.
Vedette Bicycles for 1899
columbia bevel-gear chainless. It
the running pflar takes care, of itself. Nothing lo euta: p
because it has no chain. The best hill-climber because bevel
or twists under strains. t'r, e $75.
columbia chain models hav^ in
fiame connections, specially cut sprockets whlc
vent sliding of the chain. 3/16-inch chamfered
black and pold rims and other new and distinctly
ures. IVi $SO.
o t ide because
i! the clothing
and are in ev
desire the fir
■ adapted to those who
325; Ladies', $26.
An Catalogue of tny Columbia dealer "r by miil lor one 2 cent Hatnp.
POPE MANUFACTURING COMPANY, Hartford, Conn.
One reason ull
tliey can fool ull in
keep their mouth
Ihev think nbo.it.
i- dead sure
l is that most men
shut as to what
. the sta<
e of luedi-
i-i l<-a tiiul (lermuiiy.
boon ti 5
i America bliowetl her firm-
riuan cruiser left Manila
t now protect their inter-
l:i ii li
ke manner till stomach ills
e fort' 11
ic wonderful powerof Hos-
r's St on
nach liitters. It strikes at
all diseases, anil cures in-
constipation, bi 1 iousncss,
itter of usefulness women
imo where alor.y with door-
Qsuiiiption it ti
1 in luv house,
z, t'u., Doc. 11,
..■11 would l<e a
ut ho v highly th
HAUNTS IN THE WILD WOODS
And Ulj rta.es for
Either or both, car
the lines of the (.'liica
St. Paul H'y in Wb
be found along
;o, Milwaukee &
I Flplonditl Ilurl.il or ti (iypif Onprn.
A gypsy queen named Minii Berga
was burled In Austria nut long ago.
She was the wife of a wealthy horsa
dealer, it seems, and lay in state after
her death in n handr-onie metal coffin
with massive silver ornaments.
profusion of jewels was buried with
the body and, in order that she might
not lie in need, a purse full of coins
| was placed 111 her hand. The hearse
I was drawn by six lior.es and followed
I by torch hearers.
Ull It oil St ii t on Fori, i
The thirty forest r<
United States einbrac
000,000 acres In thirte
ritorles. Seven are
t Ui nci v it loll.
servations of th#
^ an area of 10,-
•n states and ter-
in the state of
California, the largest of which, the
Sierra forest reserve, Includes 1,006,000
acres. Within the past thirty-llvo
years It is estimated that 11,000,000,000
| feet B. M, of timber
have been destroyed
i public land
forest 11 res.
stirs i,,i the mos
I'tlllK Alli'll'H I'm
only euro for
Hiirning, Sweating Keet,
a powder to be s
At all Dniggisti
-i and Shoe
Samples sent ]
Allen S. Olmsted, l.e
Hoy, N. V.
■r what the sea
son is it al-
iv ays i
i to n man that
i res se
d at t
he wrong1 end.
Keep* t^oth rlJt-r anj s ulj lo p<
frctly dry in the hard*
Substitutes will JlsApp<ilnt. Ask t
i8i>? Fish HrunJ l'or.i;iu-l Slu kt i
your tow ii
Kilent « f I'm
rnnada needs only
miles to be as large as
tlnetit of Europe. It
11 elu lid
he whole eon-
i nearly thirty
large as Great Britain and
and Is 500,000 square miles
1) UUP. II
lo U> i
(, uaiau'. d
I'm* ltitf ti for uiumtui<\l
I dU< il.lltii H, III tlllllllltut lt>lla .
J ii riiati 'iih or iii.■i'ratioiin
of mill unit iticiubliiticN.
„ _ I'Aitt u'hh, and not Mti in •
„tfu\lTHt£v*NSCHt«l0*LC0. «' nl or iioUonom.
VOINCINXATl.O.ri—H *,,|d ,,T
lent ill plain wrnprt-r
U , r. ul i •••ut .hi i«iue«t
lncri>i«*« In Minor Crimen,
The British home office report for
1S97 shows that while serious crimes
tend to diminish la England, there Is
m great Increase in minor offenses. By
far the larger number of criminals con-
victed during u year huvo been con-
victed of some crime before u fact
that led the home office to conclude
"that neither penal servitude nor Im-
prisonment serves to deter the habit-
ual offender from reverting to crime,
and It Is the habitual offenders who
form the bulk of the prtson i>oi>uU-
the I'nlted States.
bring fine birds to the
| milliner's table.
1).| Your Fr l Aril* mill lliirnT
j Shake Into your shoes, Allen's Foot-
Ease, a powder for the feet. It makei
tight or New Shoes feel Easy. Cures
Corns, Bunions, Swollen, Hot and
I Sweating Feet. At all Druggists and
Shoo Stores, ur.e. Sample sent FREE,
i Address Allen S. Olmsted, LeKoy, N. Y.
Kaslcola is guaranteed to c
nud Indigestion. It contains
that digest starchy food. I.V.
a license to b.
| Northern Michigan, Iowa and the Da-
| kotus. Among the many delightful
summer resorts are IJelavan, Wauke-
sha, Oconomowoc, Elkhart Lake. Mar-
quette, Madison, Kilbourn, Minocqua,
Star Lake, Lakes Okoboji, Spirit I.ake,
Clear Lake, Big Stone, Frontenac,
White Bear and Lake Minnetonka. In
the north woods of Wisconsin, in the
forests of Northern Michigan and
Minnesota, and in the far stretches of
the Dakotas true sportsmen can fish
and hunt to their heart's content. For
pamphlet of "Summer Tours," and
"Fishing and Hunting," apply to near-
est ticket agent, or address with two
cent stamp, Geo. H. Heafford, Gen'l
Pass. Agt., 505 Old Colony Building,
T.oftf Inline,I roak*.
The Mauna Loa or Hon, Hawaii,
Sandwich Islands, a volcanic moun-
tain, rising directly from the sea, in
the form of a truncated cone, height
13,950 feet, is supposed to be the high-
est isolated mountain in the world. The
peak of Teneriffe Is another example,
11!,182 feet, the top being In the shape
of a cone, which is in consequence
called the Sugar Loaf. A smaller and
more perfect one is Strombuli, on one
of the Lipari islands, height 3,100 feet
above the sea level. In all three cases
these mountains form the central part
of the islands, their bases being used
for the habitation of men and for cul-
Tlie Snuke Nut.
The "snake nut" tree is a native of
Demerara aud Guiana. The nuts are
about the size of a walnut, and when
they are opened the kernel displays a
wonderful resemblance to a snake
colled up. There are the head, mouth
and eyes, so complete that any one
unacquainted with the nut would be-
lieve it to be an imitatiop by human
hands and not a freak of nature. This
wonderful resemblance to a snake has
Induced the natives to consider the
nut an antidote to snake poison. Tha
tree appears to be peculiar to the low-
er part, of tlie River Essiquibo and its
flolil Minna In Groat Britain.
Near IJolgelly, in Wales, there !• A
gold-bearing district which yield*
about £300 a year. That Isn't much for
a gold mine; but It's more than mo3t
people imagine there is in the wholo
of Great Britain. Then at LeadhilU,
In Scotland, soino gold Is to be found
—some of it In quartz, in approved
South African fashion, and soma loose
about the place. Ireland has a fair
share of the spoil, and County Wicklow
is the richest in gold. The entire
amount taken therefrom wouldn't
make one big Australian nugget prob-
ably. Silver, of course, is to be found
111 some quantities in the Cornish sil-
Mluuurl StuilcuH OruiTliiK TClilakcrt.
The students of Missouri university
have organized a club to promote tha
growth of whiskers. The by-laws,
which were adopted on Feb. 14, are
rigid and exacting. No student will be
permitted to shave before next April,
and something more than a moustache
Is required. The student who has the
longest beard at the close of school la
to be rewarded. Tha club Is said to
owe its existence to the fact that the
pupils became distressed at the re-
marks regarding their extremely
Suntl .Mi 11*1 in 1'eiiimyKuril*.
There are all kinda of mines In
Pennsylvania. Tho greatest are, of
course, tile iron and coal mines, but
few people would gue3s that the next
extensive mining industry are th#
sand mines in western Pennsylvania.
These mines are rarely underground,
however, and many of them arc viewed
with wonder by passengers on th#
Pennsylvania approaching Pittsburg,
Whole mountains are being dug away,
and tho granular rocks forming them
are being reduced to sand for the man-
ufacture of glass In and about Pitts-
EALTH and beauty are tfce fflorie# of perfect woman.
h°Women who suffer constantly with weakness peculiar
to their sex cannot retaia their beauty. Preservation of
pretty features and rounded form is
a duty women owe to themselves.
The mark of excessive monthly suf-
ering is a familiar one in the faces of
young American women.
Don't wait, young women, until
your good looks are gone past recall.
Consult Mrs. Pinkliam at the out-
Etart. Write to her at Lynn, Mass. Mnc
Miss Edna Ellis, Higginsport. Ohio, writes; Dear Mrs.
Pinkham—I am a school teacher and had suflered untold agony
during my menstrual periods for ten years. My nervous sys-
tem was almost a wreck. I suffered with pam in my side and
had almost every ill human flesh is
heir to. I had taken treatment from a
numbes of physicians who gave me
no relief. In fact one
eminent specialist said
no medicine could help
me, I must submit to
an operation. At my
mother's request, I
wrote to Mrs. Pink-
ham stating my
case in every par-
ticular and re-
ceived a prompt
reply. I followed
the advice given
me and now I
suffer no more
, during menses.
If anyone cares
to know mora
about my case, I
will cheerfully answer all
/ " Miss Kate Cook, 16 Ad-
dison St., Mt. Jackson, Ind., writes: "Dear Mas. Pinkham—
i am by occupation a school teacher, and for a long while suf-
fered with painful menstruation and nervousness. I have re-
ceived more benefit from Lydia E. Pinkham s \ cgctable Com-
Any Girl Can Tell!
a physician who makes ihe
test and is honest about it can f
tell you that, in many cases,the i
number of red corpuscles in the
blood is doubled after a course
of treatment with Dt Williams'
Pip.K Pills for Pale People.
That this means good blood
may not be entirely cleaT from
the doctor's statement, but any
girl who has tried the pills can tell
you that it means Ted lips, bTight
eyes, good appetite, absence of
headache, and that it trans-
forms the pale and sallow girl
into a maiden who glows with
the beauty which perfect health
alone can give.
Mothers whose daughters
grow debilitated as they pass
from girlhood into womanhood
should not neglect the pill best
adapted foT this particular ill.
Frauk B. Trout, of 103 GriawoUl Ave., Detroit, M'u h.,sflys: "At th*
age of fourteen we hail to take our daughter from school 011 account of ill
health. She weighed only 90 pounds, wag pale and sallow and the doctor*
said she hud anaemia. Finally we gave her Dr. Williams' Fink Fil*; for
Pale People. When she had tak.cn two boxes she was strong enough to
leave her bed, and in less than six months was something like herself.
To-day she Is entirely cured, aud is a big, strong, healthy git 1, weighing
130 pounds, aud has never had a sick day since."—Detroit Everting Xtws*
The genuine Dr Williams Pink Pills vot P&le People trt
Sold only in p&ik&jies, the ^TappeT always bear
the toll n&m«. At &ll druggist*, ©t direct from the
Dr Williams Medmne Co. 5>ihenutady,fl Y, 50fper bo*.
Are now using our
International Type-High Plafas
They will sav8 timfi In your composing
room as they can be haudled even quicker
No extra charge is made for sawing plates
to short lenytl's.
Send a trial order to this office and b®
WESTERN NEWSPAPER UNION,
iC90«ee« a&& « •«
FOH 184 GEMTS
Wewi*U to gftin this 2^)0^009
ut Free. Dr. II.
y. ni'ir ouKinnifr.i, nrii iicuwo uuer
lPk*£. 13 Day Uidixh, Uo
1 Pkjr. Marly Hint ( obbiige, ' 10c
1 "T Karliest Ued Bert, lCo
Lrng Lijrhtu'e; t'weumbor
C'aiif Jgiia f ig Tortiato, fll'fc
.ttiit Flower iSeedt, 15q
Worth 11.00, f>r14ecnt , IJTX-O
Aborp 13 pUcrk Vift$1.00, we will
jnail you fr«its tnci'tli'-r with oar
grfcab PUqt and Catalogue
postage. Ww j - --xt
t.OW ,vbf U ,,n 'WXW&te
bCf d ,y<'\. v/ii'.novAfitct alcugwli
* tntra. <ijiionnenu6l"~ "
falkkk~KF.EI> i u.7 la ckosse.
a. O'lioii Sct d <
up n lb, k'otatoi-i
n. Bill. Catalog abm
! if si
golden garrulity must
' 1 UT.EDO,
Frank J. Cheney niiiki s oath tbat bo Is the
senior partner of the tlrm of F. J.Cheney &Co.(
| Uoinff business In the City of Toledo, County
and State aforesaid, and that said tlrm will pay
the sum of ONI'. HCNDUKD DOLLARS for
each and every case of Catarrh that cannot bo
cured by tho use of J lull's Catarrh Cure.
l-'KANK J. C1IKNEY.
Sworn to before ine and subscribed in my
presence, this 0th day of December, A. D. 188b.
(SEAL.) A. W. O LEA SON,
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally, and
acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system. Send for testimonials, free.
1«\ J. ( II KNi : V A. CO., Toledo, CX
Sold by Prujcjrlftis, *V.
Hall's family Pills hi- the best
ivod from Dr. C. A. Jackson tho
icy, Xeb. fiis Jotter, with other.,
, Tlie p-
■j ml 1
elf-niftde man is
SHl/.er's Seed Corn.
! Does your seed corn test, Bro. Farmer?
I Snl/er'fc does—it's northern Rrown, early
mul Rood for 80 to 15(1 bu. per acre! Send
1 this notice and IIV- for Scorn samples and
r prices to John A. Halzer Heed Co.. 1,0
" ITrado Mark.]
Tlio nhovc stntemeut luis just l>ooii
wrll-kiiown I'liysiclaii nn«l Suiycou ol'
is printed below:
, , , , Kearney. Xeb.,March 20, 1S99.
.1 srnilnaie nf ilm t.nlrenlry of Rweden, ami ha', e been In active prao-
i«t cuntcHs Hint ih> remedy bus no utonUheil me lulls nirei n« Voilr ")
> huiuli-etla of mv patients wbn have i ten h Mlctcd with llhenm.i-
aru cured, lvludiy tend uie Ihe "5 DUOPS" as directed.
Very truly you™, ( . a. Jai k/to.f, it. d.
Oxford. Chenango Co.. X. T., March 20 1 St]'•
Dear Sir:—I thuiFtht T would write a statement of my r ase and how 1 v.-aa whan 1 commenced ',«la«
your wonder! u I "."i IHiOl'S. ' I lind Klii'mnutlsin s . Imd I bud Mulvo tip. M-, little sli'l 'lul tocoml) mj h ■li-
as I could not move my nrm«. 1 could nut turnover In bed without mv wlfe'a help. Then 1 tot the I a (Irltine
ami icave up hope of ever netting well. All the doctors I had d ,1 not'do me anv i-ood ■ In.',-'I I sean ' - li'lro;
your "« Dltol'S" I have been gelling better every day and though I could not worl; io - r,. i .■ tiwinlb, I nil
rlthoutaiiy help, "a DROPS" !• tlie heat medlctu*1 ev r
Tours vet r truly,
Dear Sir: -I am a Physician a:
tlee for more than .'10 years, but 1 tin
DliOPS." 1 have recommended It t
tIhin and they Inform me thai they
. .1 DliOPS" I have h
v rto my cliorea unit tend to mystnek v
j used or heard of, aud 1 am thankful for what It has done for u
i. 1>. Ittyrov.
Him. WlMlow'l RdolllUlt *jrrii|>
children ti-cthlag.softens (he guma.reduccH Inllsnv
m. allays pain, curest wind colic. Jl.'t cents u Luttlc,
Mounted on Bled*.
S A e
Gcntienieu: This la lo certify that I have worked at blackimlthlttg for forty v..<r« Ara ns* slitr-
four years of age. Thought I was past work being all broken down ivlih Kidney 'trouble, >>uruicl*.
Il y Kevnr and Asthiim. Suffered liitenaely with pain ultnott constantly through,, u icy whole bedi'
Took I.il tlrlppe which luM me up badly. I tried aliuosi j i Iclmlaof rani dl s, but gra t o.',ty urew iri£
until 1 tried • IJHOPS •• Caed your Inhaler also. In t lireo week.' time i tnuat ai i - ■.Tine •'l
I'llol's" I fet'l like a new ulan. Pain all gone, appetite Improved wonderfully. I can ■'oc> -in r'rhl
sngth right along. Am now working every day lr — ' '
y In my shop, succen to your grtnt pala
Michael 1). Wild iihs been mad#* sec-
retary of the Bulttmore and Ohio South
j Western Railway, sticceeding Edward
The Canadian government, in order | Bruce, and ussistant secretary of the
to have tlie movements of its artillery ~
mnde quick and effective, has mounted
many canon on sleds so that they may
be swiftly drawn over the snowy
wastes of the country.
rrilnif to tlie >
expressly t" 1<
P otr of,
Most Chinese luandarins pass the
whole of their lives without taklnj? a ! Boston has
glngle yard of exercise. Under no exchange,
circumstances whatever Is a mandarin
ever seon on foot In his own Jnrlsdto- ! 1*'^° 's '
tlon. ' everybody
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, with
headquarters nt No. 2 Wall st.. New
York. For several years Mr. Wild lias
'held a very responsible position with
the Baltimore and Ohio Katlrond in
Baltimore, and tho change Is a pro-
motion and recognition of his valuable
and aoi gaining a .
remedy. ".1 DUOPS
| If you have not sunirlent rnnflUei.ee afterreadlng the.e letters to tend for a large bottle, send 10 renU
for a sample bottle, u hlch contains auftlclent medicine lo eonvlneo you of Its merit. I Ills noudei rnl our*'
ttve give, almost Instant relief and I; a permanent t tire for Klieiiinul lam. NolulicH, Neurrtlglu, i>ya-
1>«'P I«. Hiuljnchi'. A.thnm.llay lever, «'iitnrrli. Mleepl.-Hane.ti. Nervoosmsa N'.Vr.oni
iind Nenriilglc llendacliea, lle.irt Weakmaa. Toothu. In-. Kararhe. Cioui., "1, UrlDpe.3
Mulnrlii. CreepliiK NiimbneaH. llroiK'hltla and kindred illaea.es.
j "KIVK DROPS la the name and dose, l.arge bottle (300 doles,, ti00. SI* hollies ".no. Sf rent
n e vTtcr r I to" prepaid by mall, lOcenta. Sold only by us aud our ageuts. Agents appointed la
i "e" "nW'aNSON rueumatic cube CO., 107 UliAllllOItX 8t„CHICAGO, 11,1, '
"DON'T BORROW TROUBLE." BUY
'TIS CHEAPER IN THE END-
bljy poker (fame in wl'icU ,
Is l)alliii|Tr H'c loser.
WASTKD Case of Hd Health that K I P A X S I
Vffll Tint heneiU. Send .1 trntu in Itlpuai « hem lea)
0 j. yaw York.for H) «Ati>k\e pud l.u.10 tentlmoulrU
Thomr son's Eve jfatw
"La Creole Will Restore those Cray Hairs of Yours
If your merchant doesn't handle, send u$ $1 and get prepaid to any part U. 8. or Canada.
Is a pcrfect hair
van vleet-man9field drug co., memphis
Overstock Mint II* tioeUOa*
•TlJiDAKU 'W ftODiM
gnai anteed, AU.75 to
810. Shopworn A m
ond hand vrheclt, good
as new, S3 to
Great fketory elearhit thl*,
V'e cl.tp to inTi.m c* eparjtel
tk t*ui wiikou/ a «9ntl«
hy h*:pln| bi ftAfcrtll* e ■ tuMrb !ine «|
• 1. etoh .«* FRBB U8H
nnte at csae iot our apouiai u£ a
MKiB < ft IK COSPAXY, lhlc«T9.
am k rara^m
m "5 mm" Has Cured
HUNDREDS OF MY PATIENTS,
W.N. U.—WICHl TA--NO. 1 I8 B
VVhro Aas\vcrini| Ad\trtlscnirnt't Kindly
Mrnfion TI:" I'j-ijr
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