The Kiowa Breeze. (Kiowa, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 8, Ed. 1 Friday, June 8, 1906 Page: 2 of 4
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PERMIT WAS BROAD ENOUCH
Osage™ and Pain of This Critical Period
Avoided by the Use of Lydia E. Pink,
cam's Vegetable Compound.
How many x*o-
men realize tliat
the most critical
period in a wo-
is the change of
life, and that the
anxiety felt by
women as this
time draws near
is not without
If her system is in a deranped condi-
War-Time Reminiscence Illustrative
of the Humor of President
Mr. Linton Park, who Is now an In-
mate of the Soldiers' and Sailors'
home at Erie, Pa., was among those
who Joined in the chorus, "We are
coming, Father Abraham, three hun-
dred thousand more." He enlisted at
Washington, and was assigned to the
rt_ i j« «. n o e 11 i Second District of Columbia regiment,
Ufl£ Indian has 7 or O Small Acrc relates Youth's Companion.
Government Sending out Apprais-
ers and Surveyors
TO INVESTIGATE THE FRAUDS
Tracts Scattered over
half the Territory
Davis, I. T.—Th interior depart-
tion, or she is predisposed to apoplexy [ ment is sending out surveyors and
tl^Xly^obe^e^rtWelnd'wUh appraiser3 thr,JU«h the Chickasaw
a host of nervous irritations, make life l0n to mves,|8ate lands allotted
a burden. j to ignorant Indians where small
At th;s time. also, cancersand tumors
are mori> liable to begin their destruc-
tive work. Such warning svmptoms as
a sense of suffocation, hot flashes, diz-
ziness, headache, dread of impending
evil sounds in the ears, timiditv, pal-
pitation of the heart, sparks before the
ej es, irregularities, constipation, varia-
ble appetite. weakness and inquietude'
are promptly heeded by intelligent
women who are approaching the period
of life when woman's great change
may be expected.
® believe Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg-
etable Compound is the world's great-
est remedy for women at this trving
Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
pound invigorates and strengthens the
female organism, and builds up the
weakened nervous system as no other
Sirs. A. E. G. Hyland, of Chester-
town, Md., in a tetter to Mrs. rink-
Dear Mrs. Pinkham:—
"I had been suffering with a displacement
tor years and was passing through the cbnnce
i! V i " e"°>! (l,'al of soreness, dizzy
spells, headaches, ami w /is very nervous. I
wrote you for n<I vice and commenced treat- I
ment with Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable I
Compound as you directed, ami I am happy
tosay that all those distressing symptoms left
me, and I have passed safely through the
change of life a well woman."
For special advice regarding this im-
portant period women are invited to
write to Mis. Pinkham, Lvnn. Mass
She is daughter in-law of* Lydia E.
Pinkham anil for twenty-five years has
been advising sick women free of
charge. Her advice is free and always
helpful to ailing women.
Only Wanted a Scua'-e Deal.
"Prisoner," said the'judge, "stand
up. Have you anything to say why
Judgment of the court should not be
pronounced against you?"
"I'd like to say, your honor." an-
swered the prisoner, "that I hope you
will not allow your mind to be pre-
judiced against me by the poor de-
fense my lawyer put up for me. I'll
take it as a great favor if your honor
will just give me the sentence I'd have
got If I had pleaded guilty in the first
Hunt's Cure is not a misnomer. It
loes cure Itch, Ringworm, Eczema,
Tetter and all similar skin diseases.
4. wonderful remedy. Guaranteed.
Next Door Neighbor—I was about to
say—what's that terrible racket up-
stairs? Is somebody having a fit?
Mrs. Hewjams—Xo. That's J hn.
He's rehearsing the speech he is going
to deliver to-morrow before the Uni-
versal Peace society.—Chicago Tri-
| tracts have been taken and widely
| scattered. A party is here today to
I view ten and twenty acre tracts al-
! lotted to Elmer Ward, an Indian who
| is said to be an incompetent. He
holds eight separate tracts of land,
and twenty of it is 35 miles west of
I here, ten acres six miles south, and
I the balance scattered over the Chick-
The inspector in charge of the par-
ty was seen at the Hotel Grand and
when asked about the intention of
the department, said: "It is believed
that all such allotments will be can-
celled and the commissioner will se-
lect other land for him. We presum(
some designing per-on induced this )
Indian to file on these small tracts I
hoping to buy cheaply when the title |
could bp made perfect. The Indian j
cares nothing about the land and a 1
'smooth-tongued" fellow probably 1
charged him a good round fee for
making the selection of the lands, 1
and probabiy made a promise to buy |
these Several tracts at a fancy price. I
\\ e find numerous cases similar to I
the \\ ard case and our aim is to re- ;
port them to the secretary of the in- !
terior. He will probablv take steps |
to have these allotments set aside
and other lands allotted that will be
more desirable. It is a great pity
the Dawes Comm;-sion permit-
so-called "grafters" to handle
poor ignorant Indians as they
we are investigating
Mr. Park was then, as now, a vege-
tarian. While he could assimilate ev-
erything connected with his answer to
the call of duty from the stand of pa-
triotism, he could not assimilate the
army pork. It was plain that if the
government wished to do the square
thing by Park it would have to show
broad-mlniedness In t'.e matter of
So he took his troubles to President
Lincoln, and explained that in some
respects he was like the children of
Israel after they set out from Egypt.
He could not forget the leeks and
onions with which he was wont to re-
gale himself back in Indiana county.
Lincoln smiled. "You want me to
turn you out to graze like Nebuchad-
nezzar?" he asked.
"It would beat salt pork." was Mr.
Park's reply. Thereupon Mr. Llnco'n
wrote carelessly on an ordinary sheet
"The bearer, Linton Park," is here-
with granted permission to browse
wherever he chooses."
Mr. Park saw the humor in the note,
and enjoyed it quite as much as Lin-
coln did. He also enjoyed his privi-
lege of "browsing." The note is still
In his possession
"Do you think we will ever be able
to communicate with Mars?"
"Jly dear sir," answered the astron-
omer, "you surely do not think I
wou! J^poll pages of magazine articles
yet to je written by endeavoring to
prove the contrary. It would be v y
Tess—Isn't that Chicago girl tall?
She must be nearly six feet.
Jess—Yes; and if she stood on tip-
toes she'd be seven feet.—Philadelphia
are exceptional one = . but there are
hundreds of them badly scattered. It
is evident that leases were made to i
the designing white man for a mere |
trifle. They will receive the atten- '
tion of the department and. in a !
measure, protect the Indian against I
traud. \\ r have the names of hun- J
dreds who have been allotted in j
small tracts, widely scafttered. and !
every on- of them will be investigated '
and reported for action.''
BIXBY PREDICTS STATEHOOD.
Says Conferees Will Agree on For-
aker Amendment of Last Year.
Tame Piivby, commissioner to the
Five Oiviliztd Tribes, who returned I
Thursday from Washington, where
he was summoned on business p r-
taining to the work of the commis-
sion, says he is dead sure statehood
is forthcoming at this session of con-
It is Mr P.ixby's opinion that the
conferees will agr-e on the Foraker
amendment of last year. That is ad-
mitting Oklahoma and Indian Terri-
t ry and allowng New Mexico and
I Arizona to take a vote on whether
! those territories shall be admitted
I jointly or separately.
today sent to the senate the follow - |
ing Indian Territory postmastership I
nominations: Logan G Hysmith, a: I
Wilburton; Rov W. Lovett, Bristow
and J. M. Delosier at Sapulpa.
This Looks Good.
That Oklahoma and the Indian
Territory are prosperous is shown by
the statement of the banks. Not a
single bank failure has occurred n
the past year There are 142 Na-
tional banks n the Territory witb
DISFIGURING SKIN HUMOR.
Impossible to Get Employment, as
Face and Body Were Covered with
Sores—Cured by Cuticura.
"Since the year 1S04 I have been
troubled with a very bad case of ec-
zema which I have spent hundreds of
dollars trying to cure, and I went to
the hospital, but they failed to cure
me, and it was getting worse all the
time. Five weeks ago my wife bought i
a box of Cuticura Ointment and one
cake of Cuticura Soap, and I am
pleased to say that I am now com-
pletely cured and well. It was im-
possible for me to get employment,
as my face, head and body were cov-
ered with it. The eczema first ap-
peared on the top of my head, and it
had worked all the way around down
the tack of rrv neck and around to my
throat, down my body and around the
hips. It itched so I would be obliged
to scratch it, and the flesh was raw.
I am now all well, and I will be
pleased to recommend the Cuticura
Remedies to all persons who wish a
speedy and permanent cure of skin
diseases." Thomas M. Rossiter, 290
Prospect Street, East Orange, X. J.
Mar. 30, 1905.
AVcgelablc Preparation/",- As-
similating Ihe Food and Regula-
ting tbc Stomachs and Bowels of
ness and Rest.Conlains neither
Opium .Morphine nor Mineral.
Hi iarbonauSoda *
9 firm Seed -
Apcifect Remedy forConsUpa-
Worms ,C onvulsions .Fcverish-
ncss and loss of Sleep.
FacSinute Signature of
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
The Kind Ton Have Always Bought, and which has been
In use for over 30 years, has borne the Kigvatnre of
< and has been made under his per-
sonal supervision since Its infancy.
Allow no one to deceive you In this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Inftuits and Children—Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare--)
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is IMeosant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Iiarcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverisbness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates tho
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
The Kind You Haye Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years
fMC CENTAUR COMPANY, TT HUM NAT STSKCT. NtW TOM* CTTY.
IE WIS* SINGLE BINDER
S(Z,A!6HT54CISAR always reliable
Willing to Oblige.
"Give me the city hall, please." said
the lady to the conductor of the street
"I should be plnd to do so. madam."
replied the conductor, who was a new
man and had been greatly impressed
by the rules of the company, which
insisted upon employes being courte-
ous and obliging. "I should, indeed,
be glad to do so, but the lady over
there with the green feather in her
hat asked for the city hall before you
got on the car. Is there any other
building that would suit you just as
well?"—Detroit Free Press.
A Certain Curt lor Tired, Hot, Aching Feet. a<idr««, a: co
DO NOT ACCEPT A SUBSTITUTE.
on «very box.
Le lloj, V.
He Pitied Them.
A little boy was on his first coun-
try excursion, relates the Brooklyn
Citizen. Some birds wore flying high
overhead, and his hostess, a young
"Look up. Tommy. S e the pretty
birds flvine 'hrough 'he air."
Tommy looked up quickly, and then
he said In a compassionate tone:
"Poor little fellers' They ain't got
no cases, have they' '—Detroit Free
Catarrh Cannot lie Cured
'th LOC AL APPLICATIONS, m th v c.nn t r. rll
tbe < f the dlie—. Catarrh U ft blood t r cootti*
tu:ional<l:«ea-< and la ord"r t" ir It jrou mu«t take
Internal remedies. Ha '• Caiarrli Cure 1* taken in-
tern* v, an ! a- :« dirt-, y n the K - A and mucous
•urfac««. IIa i' Catarrh • jre I* n <t a qu «-k ti edt-
r - > . It wm prefer:*>••.! by .f.e « f the phjmtrlana
In ?ht« country for y*r* nd 1« a regular prescription.
It :■ CMiup m-.l f • he-: t — kv-w;. . u i.inM
a th the beat blood p irifle--*. acting directly <,n the
nr; • s irfa ««. The r ; Vna:' "n of th«
trolundlmttlivlHU product*rach * n-i^rful re-
•Oltt la carlnfl - I for te« * . free.
F J. C HEKE7 A CO., Prope., Toledo, O
Sold by Drjpirt*tv pr< < :v.
lake Haii'i h Ami y l* * f r r■ n ttpat:oa.
Men with ginger help to add spice to
Mn. Wluslow a Soothing Syrnp.
For chli'lrec teetblor- soften* the rum*, reduce* In*
fl*muiailou,a.iayt pan., ruret wind. a bottle.
Mrs. Skimkins—How do yon like
your new boarding house?
Mr. Jobkins—Oh! the rooms are
fair, the table is only tolerable, but the
gossip is excellent.—Hotel Ufa.
tsrilay. The de
er be kn^vn, !>
Cured by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, the
Remedy Which Actually Makes
Ann?niia makes tho patient short ol
breath so that there is often a sense of
suffocation, sometimes there is a cough
and the sufferer seems to be going iuto
consumption, at others there is a tnur
mur of the heart and heart disease is
feared. In tho following case severe
fainting spells were au alarming symp-
tom resulting from " too little blood."
Mrs. George Forrester, of 7 Curtis
street, Watertown, N.Y., says: "Some
time ago I took a heavy cold and it left
me iu a very weak condition. I be-
came worne and worse until finally I
had anaemia. I lost flesh and appetite,
had no color and was subject to fainting
spells. Sometimes they would attacl
nie su^'l.-Mlypud I would fall to thufluoi
with hardly auv warning.
« I had one "of our best physician*, i house and „
ont nftt-r ho had lieen attending me
ah .iit a month without any improve-
in ut in my condition, I derided to see
whp.t Or. Williams' Pink Pills would do.
" The pills were well known to me
for, alxiut two Tears before, members
of my family had taken them with the
b- ■>£ results. I soon found that the pills
Were just what I needed for I soon be-
g^m to iiotireau improvement. After I
had ta ken them awhile longer I was en-
tirely cured, and we all lielievo in Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills end recommend
th in liichly."
DrAVilhams' Pink Pills actually make
tiewr blood. They do that one thing and
they do it well. Impoverished blood is
d"fi- i -nt in red corpnscles. Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills increase the number of these
red corpnscles and in this way send
health and strength to every tis<ne.
All druggists sell Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills or they will l>e sent by mail, post-
Paid, nn receipt of prire, 60 cents p^r
six Kix."s for $*-.50,1 <* the Dr. Wil-
uiuui ili*iiciue Co., Sclitucctady, Jf. V.
I T— Joseph N"
he pioneers of In-
ead at Bruk-n Ar-
St. Clair, one of i
dian Territory, is i
row from paralysis Six year
Mr. St Clair carried the ma
tween Tulsa and Broken Arrow
the Star route. H< was a native
Illinois and was fifty-one years
To the housewife wao has not yet
become acquainted with the new things
of everyday use in the market and
who Is reasonably sv.;?Sed with the
old, we would sjggeit that a trial of
Defiance Cold Water Starch be made
at once. Not alone be. ause it Is guar-
anteed by the manufru turers to be su-
lerior to any other brand, but because
each 10c package contains 16 ozs .
while all the other kinds contain aut
12 ozs. It is safe to say that the lady
wl.o once uses Defiance Starch will use
no other. Quality and quantity must
Kiefer cy liacit.
"That man began to kick th minute
he entered the office," said the hotel
"Yes," answered the proprietor. "Hfc
behaves as if he had always been used
to the worst of everything. "—Wash-
Only Try It.
You've got the real thing wheu
get Hunt's Lightning Oil for Burns,
Bruises, Cuts and Sprains. The most
penetrating and healing liniment
known. Guaranteed. Price 25 and 50c.
Pointer for Percy.
Xell—Percy Vere was telling me
that he still hopes to have the luck to
Belle—Well, Percy will find that It
takes more than luck to win me. I'm
no raffle.—Philadelphia Ledger.
>o Mrs. Nuri. h was held up
J/-> robbed. How did she feel about It
"Oh. she's fearfully mad. Only had
five cents in her pocket book at the
time, you know, and she's afraid peo-
ple will think she hasn't any money."
—Detroit Free Press.
Old and True.
"For fifteen years I have constantly
kept a supply of Hunt's Cure on hand
to use in all cases of itching skin
troujle. For Eczema, Ringworm and
the like it is peerles
I regard it as an old friend and a
MRS. EULA PRESLAD,
One Question Settled.
Ketchum A. Cummiu—Have you de-
cided where you wiil spend the sum-
Hedzl Wynne—Yea; I have decided
to spend them at any darned pla * my
wife and daughters can agree upon.
Saves me a heap of trouble.—Chicago
Double dealing ends in divided dlvl
Our seeking always secures His
As soon as a nation becomes heart-
less Its case is hopeless.
Codtbh culture is never complete un-
til conscience Is killed.
Every time you put out any new
life some old leaves drop off.
Slander Is bad breath: its evidence
«.ppile only to its source.—Ram s
Lawton. O. T Vrchitects
thews and Ruggle- of T'tlsa have s>'
cured a contract to make the plan
Tim to Get T.usy.
Her Husband—I thought you
going to visit your mo'her.
for a modern hotel I His Wife—And so I am.
ma' \ "Well, you had better begin to pack
your trunk at once. The train leaves
in 43 hours —C'h: aso Daily News.
Woman Drowns at Cleveland.
When Your Grocer Sars
he does not have Defiance Starch, you
may be sure he Is afraid to keep It un-
til his stock of 12 oz. packages are
i)ld. Defiance Starch is not only bet-
ter than any o'her Coi l Water Starch,
bu* contains 18 oz to the package anj
sells for same money as 12 oz. brands.
of an oil
and jumped in, the "
er than she had bc!iev
remains were shipped
home in Evans City,
■d it t-
How to Succeed.
Keep your liver in good condition
by using Simmons' Liver Purifier. It
corrects Constipation, cures Indiges-
tion, Biliousness stops Headachcs. gets
your heart In rh? right place so yoa
can smile on your i-elghbor.
Troubles of Spring Days.
These are the ^ays when the old
hen gets in her w.-.r, tss: ::r.r -tie rad-
ishes to come up; when the fotise dog
tee-.ns a system of excavatine in t.^e
flower beds and when the neight>u's
The young man was trying to think
of something else to say when the
young woman suddenly spoke up.
"By the way, Mr Lineerlong." she
said. "I tried to call you up by tele-
phone this v -nine, but I didn't get
"You tried to call me up by tele-
"Ye3; I wanted to ask you a ques-
"Why. I haven't any telephone num-
"O. yes you have. Double six four
Tfee young man made 1 rapid m ntal
Twenty-'hree"' he rasped, reaching
for his hat—Chicaeo Tribune.
"Ah, dearest," sighed y meg Broke-
lel^h. "I can not live without you."
"Why not?' queried the girl with
the obese bank balance ' D:d you lose
your job?"—Columbus Dispatch.
Removal of Restrictions.
(Approved May 21, P May 31^
Applications for tht r- m -val of
restrictions of the t lowing named
persons have been approved by the
secretary of the interior:
John A Cowling. Cov -e-m.
Abbie Williams. S. McAlester.
William E. Forbi«. Garv:ti.
Abr.er H Clav. Fukfata
Edwin Wall Albion. I. T.
Solon Morris. Idabel.
Rosa Eaves, Durant.
David Duer. Durant
Ben Cravatt, Tishomingo.
Looked Pleasant. ■
"Old Squeeze looks mighty pleasant
la that kodak picture."
"Yes. he knew the picture wasn't
going to cost him anyth:ag"— Hous-
Almost Too ro-.Eted.
She—I love all the? is grand, noble,
majestic iU4 beautiful.
He—Thank you very much. Miss
^i.-.-jl^. but—er—really, you embar-
ras me.—Stray Stories.
"Every ro -e has a thorn "
"But that Isn't the worst of it: there
ar lots of thorns without any roses."
—Detroit Free Press.
Women cannot possibly be
strong, while suffering from
any of tbe diseases peculiar
to their sex. Even if you do
not feel weak, tbe eakness
of your system is there, and
is a constandanger. I Put
strength into your frame
It gives you strength,where
you most need it. It relieves
pain. It regulates unnatural
irregularities. It has been
found a most successful cure
for all the diseases peculiar to
women. Try it.
At all Druggists
all inflamed, ulcerated and catarrhal con*
ditionsof th; mucous membrane such as
nasal catarrh, uterine catarrh caused
by feminine ills, sore throat, sore
mouth or inflamed eyes by simply
dosing the stomach.
Buty j surclvcan cure tV.ese stubborn
attections by local treatment with
Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic
* "h destroys the ■ isegerms,checks
discharges stops pain, and heals th#
inflammation ar.d soreness.
Paxtine represents the mist success'J
I il treatment for feminine ills ever
produced. Thousands of women testify
to this fact, jo cents at druggists.
Send for Free Trial Box
Tilt K. PAXTOM CO- Bo wn. M s«.
.johv \r. morril
Wellington, 1>. U
W Succ#«i fuiif Prosecutes Claims.
• . : .-■•i.
WnU Biccford, 914 T St. WiabiSfton, D. C.
N. V., MUSKOGEE. NO. 23, 1&06.
Because of those ugly, griuly, gray lialre. Ui.o " la CREOLE'' HAIR RESTORER. Price, Si.OO, retail.
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