The Kiowa Breeze. (Kiowa, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, June 9, 1905 Page: 2 of 4
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THE KIOWA BREEZE.
Published every Friday by
MR. AND MRS- GEO. 1. COAK.
NEW STATE NEWS
th«- <l> par'i
Owlnr to n
of the We-'**
ha* be<-n r«i
•chool land I
May shows r<
381.72 and tt
8«ven of th* injured v
recent cyclone a' Sm
removed to tie Imptul
Mri P Br jdz 1, lf« of P Bruaz«U
■tock de\.*r, resident* 2111 Granl
Ave. Everett, Wash.. «ay : Kor flf-
teen years I iufferea
with terrible pain :n
my back. 1 did not
know what It was to
enjoy a eight's rest
anl arose la the
and ucrefreshed My
The Czar's Stables.
Th Czar of Ku-s a ha* four
"Mr-rices" of horses and car
cans*!j\ the Ru$ :an. Er?:; h
and r<>!* *e:s. Each set com;
leas'. fl?-y horse- The Res
accompanies the tij+ror wh«
go**, and at Ga'- m :: .*
geiher with the Erg ,:h ,r' 1
housed a: 8'.. P* ■ r- .re r. • :
Peace Is Now the Talk. f|[fj WEAKNESS GONE
Russia Tires of Conflict
H°T 1 "cONQUEBED AT LAST.
boa or air
kiiow tx* e
*+79 a :
ilr«. Murphy Tell# Her Fellow-Sufferer#
How >h« Got Hid of Serious Trouble®
by Simple Home Treatment.
•« I had been bothered for several
years," said Mrs. Murphy, "by stomach
disorder, and finally I became very w^ak
aiid nerrooa. Flashes of heat would
pass over me, and I would feel as if I
was sinking down. At such times I
could not do any household work, but
would have to lied wn, and afterward*
1 w >uldhave very tryingnervonsspells."
" Didn't you have a ductor ?" she was
•' Yes, I consulted several doctors but
my health did not improve. Oue day a
friend asked me why I did not try Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills. She assured me
that they had proved of the greatest ben-
\ was eflt iu the case of her daughter. In fact,
i tin ire *he praised them so enthusiastically that
his my husband got me a box."
!:ng to the
ual of his
■ v and old
each or her
a: the ad-
i that the
> to Japan
t!ms of t\
A commandery of Knight*
Jar was organized af La won last
week. This is th ' firs* romman
to Coimoc bfl conati
In Oklahoma 8ixf<en charter m*m
hers were Initiated
Little Nellie Mlll'r of Kingfisher
Is eleven >« ars old and -h- ha Ju-t
finished the flfrh y<ar of h<-r am*n
dance at school and t hi - lit f S«- mi
bears the distinction of no' being
absent or tardy during that < n ; ♦
Hallway traffic in the terr!torl
has resumed it norma < r lin ,
after several da* - r>f demor i r on
by reason of washout Nearlj
trains are running on schedule tim -
The Ardmrir#- f'ommprrhl ''!■ f
extended an invitation to Ki-natur
Chester I, Ix>ng of Kans'i*- to vi-it
Ardmore n«\t month tv'tia'or I.Mr_'
will make an addt ha at Oklahoma
City June 9.
Th" normal inntitute period In tie
counties of Beaver, Logan, (iria.;i«n
Cleveland. Grant. Kay Kingti ::•• ,
Pawnee, Pavn* an: Roicer 1. b« •
gan June and continue* until the
30th. Teachers' examination v. i I !)<■
held on June 2U and
his every ■ -he -ra n en'.-rs a
tunne.. Ia a':~r years he takes a
MILK CRL3T ON BAB/.
Lost Ail H * Ha Scatcned Till
Blood Ran—Grateful Mother
Tells of Hia Cure by Cute
cura for 75c.
"When our baby boy wan thr* «
months old be had the rr. !k rr ;?t very
badly on his head, so that a : the hair
came out, and :t itched so bad he
would scratch unf;I the t'.ood ran. 1
^ ' :t •. of < in Soap asd a box
of ( r: jra Ointment I appi.^d the
Cutlcura and put a thin cap on his
heaJ, and before I had used hall oT
the box it was entirely cured, his hair
commenced to grow out nicely at?ain,
and he has had no return of the trou-
ble. (Signed) Mrs H. P. Holmes,
"It dfdn't kill rm
would if it had not
Cure. I was t: r- :
well nigh used up w
using it for an old
of Kezema Oi x
and one box cur- 1 ir.
n be! m H int i
form of itchi;.^ r
I think P
Theygrt Sns Csjidr t L ve.
Moravia, N V, .n- 5—X!r Bfct'a-
x!n Wilson at.ehlr re«peod res.ient
of this place, came very near iosing
his wife and now that sh-3 is cured anc
restored o F'.o-i i.ra.'h r.:«
knows no bounds. Ke (•ays
"My wife ha* f iffereo everything
wl'h Sugar D:abere it.t- r.«- -en
; «lck four years. She doctorcd with ,
two good docrors but ^ prow:r.g
worse. The do -.c-rs ca. . she co-ild
not !.ve. She ia. ■. trcm . .s
down to 130 pounds. This w'a- her
weight when th- uegan to use Lx>d : s
Kidney Pills, and no* ^he Lts ISO,
is well and feeling s-ror.g<r exery
"She used to have rh< ,tr. 'i'rr. «o
bad that it would rai- gr^a' t> ::.:ps
all over her body anc this ii a., guue
"Dodd's Kidney p.. ~ are a r,c .--nd
to llWM who nfsi mm t...
Thej are a:: that ..... . f . Wt at ;
The Hamburg Bourse.
Hamburg's lir-' 1-
nee with tha
j- ct of Count ("as-
tender of g(x>d of-
T >tat-il In ad-
■>n 1 «• Ros-r
n a \Va ;
the opinion that
ir.ed to continue
rer. His Majet-
a! !y was trans-jur
ia-* nisht. Ba- ti.
■ee S C :n- Cai?-j Vi
And what was the result?"
14 B*'fore I had taken half of the first
box my condition was greatly improved.
The quickness with which they reached
and relieved all my troubles was really
surprising. After I had used only thr a
boxes I had no more bent-flashes or
I)'i * Alexander weak spells. Thanks to them, I have
j*- f • *• ; brother- become a well woman.
Mrs. Mary D. Murphy lives at Xop
1S03 Force street, Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, the remedy
which she found so satisfactory, furnish
directly to tl>e blood the elements that
aster to the R i>- an fleet was the most give vigor to every tissue of the body.
• mpr mi.-ing a i\ a- - of war to They can be depended on to revive fail-
:.,,r I has jo :i i (Jrand Duke iu strength, and to banish nervous-
!:mir. unc • of the Emperor, in
.r* vi .j i, . . ■ . >te : ■■ wields a gr at-
er persona! inrtueuce with His Majes-
tjr than any other member of the tin*
per.a! family an ! who, until the dis
s-;counseling the conclusion of peace.
Comrr.ittee to End Chicago Strike.
Chirago June 7.—The teams
Frau Wagner Finicky.
As Richard Wagner's widow de
clared that the noise which th
caused was out of harmony with th
poetical atmosphere of Bayreth, th<
municipal authorities have prohibiten
motor cars from entering tho town.
The Muskogee* < onfe* ler-tt. bl von ic
ba^ been organized with el^! ?e. i
members an'l Col. I> \I. Wi-dom re
elected commander The honor u ,
conferred upon him though h* wa-
tfx> ill to attend the rn- tin^
The board of n*-; for *h .•>,[ i
university at Langston. l«t th- con
tract to C-ontraetor Hyde of ( < > ••
for $2,000. to er ct the addition to
the mechanical building of the- r hool
The last I'-ei-I it in «• apuropriati-d f jn -
000 for additir n;ii buildinu and J
000 for a water*ork v. in at rh.
A party of r.uthrie negroc
info the offlre. ,,f n Okluhom
a negro paper puhii ned by
Perkins, siole the forms of an tin
issued paper and tirn-w then* into
the river. There i a factional fight
among the negroe at tha' plat- ;ii,.|
Judge* perkln < aims i; i t wo ,
of "imnioi .i i
Owing to all-
Inspector it Jnv.'hfi
fle . at Kingflsher
By an ord# r nia
court at Vinita o
of the- department
prisoners from t h«
of Indian territory
after to the p"neti
City potfofflce w
same month last
gain is the great«
the office. The pi
the present fisca
23 per coot
1" in the federal
f Justice all male
will be sent here-
'•ntiny at Atlanta.
at the Oklahoma
re IS.lifM); for the
year $i;.2S.r . The
t In the history of
eentage ( ♦ gain for
year over last is
The n^w cmhalmer n •
effect September !♦ and the' board rt"
sirc-H to get the records straight be
fore that time Krnbalm.rs holding
certificates under the board of health
ar«- requested to .end them to a K
Bracken f>f Kingfish'r. - cretary of
the new board and new certificates
will he l* >ied without c<,S' This
will enable the board to work undei*
the new law.
Mr. Carnegie says nothing about
pensions lor newspaper men, but hope
is not dead.
We still are puzzled to know how
Prof. Arnold discovered that most
women's knees are ugly.
Never kick a man when he is down.
And try never to let a man kick you
whi n you are standing up.
Even If baby Prince Humbert's nose
1a put out of Joint, he will still be heir
apparent to the throne of Italy.
Just D tcrimination in Railway Pate*.
All railroad men qualified to speak
on the subject in a responsible way
are likely to agree w't.h President
Samuel Spencer of the Southern Kail-
way when he says: "There is no di-
vision of opinion as to the desirability
of stopping all secret or unjustly dis
eririinatory devices and practises of
what soever character."
Mr. Spencer, in speaking of "un-
justly discriminatory" rate - and de-
vices, makes a distinction which is at
one#? apparent to common sense. The re
may be discrimination in freight rates
which 4s Just, reasonable and impera-
tively required by the complex com-
mercial and geographical conditions
with which expert rate makers have
to deal. To abolish such open and
honest discrimination might paralyze
the Industries of cities, states and
whole actions of our national terrl-
This distinction between Just and
unjust di.-.' rimination is clearly recog-
nized In the conclusions of the Inter-
national Hallway Congress, published
"Tariff* nhould tie* bnfted on commer-
cial principles taking Into account 'lie
•l e-( in I r.(minions wtil !i be*ar upon the
commer. ml value of the* H«-rvl< cM ren-
dered With the* re-m r\atle n that rate-*
m Int 11 be charged without arbitrary dis-
crimination to i'H shippers alike under
llk - i-owdltlous. the making of rao-n
h)'>ul.| ms far as possible have* all ti.6
elasticity neccH«ar> to permit the dev. 1-
opment of the tiafhc ai.d t«. produce the
Hi * atent i • • su 11« io the public and to the
r a 11 road a I hemselves."
The present proposal Is. as Mr.
Walker 1). Hines of Louisville showed
In his remarkable testimony the other
•lay before the Senate Committee at
Washington, to crystallize flexible and
Justly discriminatory rates into fixed
government rates which cannot be
changed except by the intervention of
some government tribunal, and by this
very process to increase "the tempta-
tion to depart from the published rate
and the lawful rate in order to meet
some overpowering and urgent com-
mercial condition."—New York Sun.
Tic never learned to enjoy little
things, to see the uncommon in ihe
"Many extensively advertised reme-
dies are failures when put to the test.
Hunt's Lightning Oil is an exception.
Confidence in if is never misplaced—
disappointment never follows its use.
It is surely the grandest emergency
remedy now obtainable. For cuts,
burns, sprains aches and pains I know
Geo. E. Paddock,
a low -r n
bourse a! -
ron side rat.
tance to a.
Ra s rtg the Hat.
Th"1 no! r_ of
to a lady dates hark to v
chivalry, when knights nevei
In public execp'
the house of a
room in wbii
eamr the ci
iipss. Their tonic properties are abso-
As soon as there is drap, or dizziness, 01
pallor, or poor circulation, or disordered
digestion, or restlessness, or pains, or ir-
rs' regularities of auy kind these famous
The -ror-t.j A"-o jr-t of Voney They j.,;■ c , moil .is- niaht appointed a pills should be used. They bare cured
the most obstinate cases of ansemia, dys-
pepsia, rheumatism, neuralgia, nervous
prostration and even partial paralysis.
If you desi.o information specially
suited to your own case write directly to
the Dr. Williams Medicine Company,
Schenectady, X Y. Every woman should
r ,n. i • -a •> d.i> s ago have a copy of Dr. Williams' "Plain
Talks to Women."which will be mailed
fn*e to any nddress ou r^jnest. Any
druggist can supply the pills.
Fitzhugh Lee's Successor.
It is said the Eoard of Trustees of
the Jamestown exposition will offer
the presidency of tho exposition, re-
cently held by the late General Fitz-
hugh I,eo, to former Governor Charlea
T. O'Ferrall, of Virginia.
1 :n< n' r
Socltv will be more satisfactory to
ail concerned when It Includes In Its
invitations tin* particular clothes it
wishjs to attend lu affairs.
armor. 'in er:*• r.l
ch there w«-r« lad • - .•
istom for a knigh* t< r<-
mo* • his helmet as a s._r. 'ha* • nc
In the presence of fri' nds, :.e wj..- .-a:
Edward the Shrewd.
Commenting on thf f;<■ • tha' K l'
Edward's father ud to be ref'-rr-
as "Albert the Good," a French >vr::«i
says that, the present sover* ln. of
Great FJritain should be called (Ed-
ward th^- Shrewed." The rt •- - ad*!-'
"Since his accession tf throne
King Kdward has no' made in in.er-
national affairs a single ni'-'aK'.
which Is more than can be said for
his nephew and nephew-in-law of Ger-
many and Russia."
FEED YOU MONEY.
Feed Your Brain, and It Will Feed
You Money and Fame.
"Ever since boyhood I have teen
especially fond of meats, and I an.
convinced 1 ate too rapidly, and failed
to masticate my food properly.
"The result was that I tound my-
self, a few years ago. afllictfd w 'ti
ailments of the stomach and kidnevs
which interfered seriously with u.v
"At lust I took the advice of f: < r
and began to eat Grap< Nu i - ■ ad
Of the heavy meats, etc., thai 1 : con-
stituted iny former diet.
"I found that I was at mice l..-r.< IW <•
by the change, tha' I was sik r. re • v-
ed from tjje heart-burn and the :i i-
gestion that used to follow my mea.s.
that the pains in my back from my
kidney affection had ceased, slmwlng
that those organs had been hi aled.and
that my nerves, wnich used to he un
steady, an<l my brain, which was slow
and lethargic from a heavy diet of
meats and greasy foods, had. not in a
moment, but gradually, and none ;ne
less surely, been restored to normal
efficiency. Now every nerve is steady
and my brain and thinking faculties
are quicker and more acute than tor
"Alter my oljl style breakfasts I
used to suffer during the forenoon
from a feeling of weakness which hin-
dered me seriously In my work, but
since I have begun to use Grape Nuts
food I can work till dinni r time w ith
all ease and comfort." Name given by
Postum Co., Battle Creak, Mich.
There's a reason.
liead the little book, "The Road to
Wellvllle," in each pkg.
■ was about s mu's no
chie committ d snicid
Tin " lay morning III !
en him to de.-pondenc;
In two train "wre
JJich. T11 • - - ay morni
washouts, t wo men v,
four scrim sly injured
> se home
ee wi'h full powers to settle
• an I today a conference will
:ged wI ti the employers. The
- n' of the committee follow-
announcement of Attorney
i ■ .-I- .iking for the Employ-
hy no more conferences would be
i wi'h ti.e nil n unlf~s 'he com.-ait-
j '■'-•* n,e 'ing with full pow-
' J :. l tlii- ihi'.ver inU'?: be ex-
plici - a 1 In writing. The team-
p. ,...is' 1 to appoint the commit-
tee ni-i: before last but instead of do-
ing so. sent a committee to arrange
"lemmts with a number
dry goods houses. This
1 completely, the employ-
nounci I that no separate
rould be made, and that
if • strike was declared off it must
be declared off In every direction.
I"' £ in their er.'u; s to effect a1
-f -n with the stores yesterday
t!;f> t an s , rs' council appointed the
eomn.lf. e which i: had agreed to ap-
p i '-ti four hours tarlier. It is
compos, i of on.- repr. sentative of
ear-h cnion envoived in th ■ strike and |
is load- l by W. c. (;.i)!)oiis. president
of the teamsters' Joint council.
Heavy Deal in Mexico.
City of Mexico: The Mexico I-ight
and Power C.mpany a Cannadian ecn-
tun operating here, has purchased all
the liglr ut:d power plants of this city.
This is the biggest individual ileal in
; the commercial world of Mexico dur-
ing the history of the country. The
iamount paid the Mexican Gas and
EVi'ric Company is and to
the lidefcnso Company $l,uit0,000 in
siock and 3j.''oo.hoh in bonds are given
.'or the purchase i
Virginia. H ■ Is
imruer home In
g a location in
E'ery housekeeper should know
that If they will buy Defiance Colli
Water Starch for laundry use they
will save not only time, because It
never sticks to the iron, but because
each package contains 10 oz.—oue full
pound—while all other Cold Water
Starches are put up in -Vpound pack-
ages, and the price Is the same, 19
cents. Then again becauae Defiance
Starch Is free from all Injur.ous chem-
icals. If your grocer trie- to sell you a
lJ-oz. package it is because he has
a stork on hand which he wishes to
dispose of before he puts In Defiance.
He knows that Defiance Starch iui
printed ou every package in large let-
ters and "igures "16 ozs." Demand
Defiance and save much time ana
money and the annoyance of the iron
sticking. Defiance never sticks.
Valuable Jefferson Letter.
John Wirt Randall, of Annapolis,
Md„ has the letter written by Thomas
Jefferson offering the presidncy of the
Cnlv rslty of Virginia to William Wirt.
IS OF VITAL IMPORTANCE.
A large part of their timo is spent In the
schoolroom and it becomes tho duty of
every parent and good citizen to see to it
that the schoolrooms are free from diseasa
breeding germs. Decorate the walla with
COMPLAIN OF IRREGULARITIES.
Vardeman in the Saddle.
J o' -on. Mi.-- : Mississippi has turn-
ed down 'heolfei of Andrew Carnegie
to site imo for a State I'niversity
library, provided the State raised an
eipial amount. Governor Vardeman of-
ficially announced the unanimous re-
Jectlon of th • board of trustees. "Mis-
sissippi is no mendicant," declared
Governor Vardeman. "anil I am op-
Same Source as Usual Makes Com-
plaint of Department Figures.
New York: Richard Cheatham of
Atlanta, secretary of in* Southern Cot-
ton Growers' Association, who Is in
this city, has declared his intention of
calling President Roosevelt's attention
to what lie considers gross irregulari-
ties in bo h preparation and the pub-
lication of th« government cotton re-
port, is -sued last Friday. Mr. Chea -
ham will make no charges of bribarv
or any other crime, but his intention
is to ask for a rigid investigation audi
that the real nati n of one of the lm-1 T- AH/. . .
To Add to Masonic Home.
poriant • niployt s in the statistical bu-
reau of the Department of Agrictulture • ' 1 ^ meeting of trus-
bc demanded, it is understood that! J?*.? ''' Home near thi.s
he charges some on in th? department ' " ' '' ' OI ,,I1!' "n^ an additional
Cleanly, sanitary, durable, ar-
tistic, and safeguards health.
A Rock Dement delicate tints.
Does not rub or scale. Destroys disease
germs and vermin. Mo war-'hi tut of walls
after once applied. Any one can brush it
on—mix with cold water. The delicata
tints aro non-poisonous and are made with
special reference to the protection of pu-
fon, Carnegie .^M^ond^^fflfnrkaK^
bearing fanciful names and mixed with hot
water. Buy Alahantine only in live
pound packages, properly labeled.
Tint card, prettv wall ana ceiling design.
"Hints ou Decorating." and our artiata
services in making color plaus, free.
Qrand Rapids, Mich., or 105 Water St., N. Y,
or other rich men. This state is amp-
ly able to build and equip a library
lor the Stale I niversity whenever it
dormit017 for the women and girls
was abandoned, and Instead an annex ■
to the dormitory for the women and |
girls will be built to cost in the neigh- j
borhood of non. \ committee to se- j
Ipci plans for the construction of tho ;
new building was appointed.
Dementia and Strychnine.
Merkel: Mrs. F. F. Clark of this city
died last night from Strychnine poison |
feet, a! a cost of >IS,000. It is the in-'at her father's home, ten miles north
tention of the company to build an of town. Mrs. Clerk's mind was Itn- j
addition to Its produce department, ptlred and she hail gone to her fath-
and also to erect a modern up-to-date er's. thinking it might benefit her Sho !
informed her father before her death 1
that she had taken poison wiih her !
with having manipulated the figures
and given them in advance of publica-
tion to certain brokers for use in de-
pressing the cotton market.
> it Is mighty few men who can make
a really artistic job of love-making.
To Make Candy.
Fovt Worth: The Southern Cold
Storage Company has purchased a lot
adjoining i's lot on the east, 100x200
rr.nooi slpplies. i
BUST noons AT I.OWKST MARKET PRICED.
Wbi-a you «rr mady to buy, wrltp or phnne
tor lull il.tcrtpllve catmloftiei .u<l luit'bi.
C. A. BRYANT & CO..
409 Main St. Dallas, Tex...
candy plant The candy plant will em-
ploy at least fifty hands at the begin-
ning. The new building to be erected
•will cost in the neighborhood of $10,-
own hands. Mr. Clark moved hern j
with his family fiom n< ar Waco and ia 1
a very influential citizen. , I
Handsome literature free
S.J.TUCKER, C. P. & T. A.
Main & Akard St... DALLAS. THX.
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