The Tyrone Observer. (Tyrone, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 2, Ed. 1 Friday, June 2, 1905 Page: 2 of 4
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ATJKIA 'ISf CURJBLf
EEPORTED CORE ETAHD8 TEST Of
A rormrr \letlw of -<
.Nun i W fr «i "lilt" IHg
.trtltvl) at Wwk.
••Yen,"wild Mr .Wiii km* i" i* report#*,
•• II i«i It ii' I hill I have I mil "f
•ton a by Dr. William*' I'mk Pill*-"
••Am run Mire v..u bad locomotor
" The dm-tum tbMtuK-hrc* told m« no
Bond--. I recogniw-d tin- MiuptOUia."
•• What were they
" Wi'll, thn fir-,r indication* wrrt n
ttilTi" sk nbonl thf> knee Joint t lint milli-
on about four yearn ago. A fow month*
after that app*nn-d, my wuik g <t • > l o
nurcrlaiu, ithaky-lilii'- I MoouMini1#
in my power to ooutrul tin- movements
of my log*. Ourc, when I wim in tlia
cellitr, I started to pick up iwn w ulili-a
of coal, nn'I my leg* itnrt way nuddctily,
ami I tumbled all in a h<-ii| in a basket.
1 conlda't clomt niyeti-* and keep my
balaine tt> *nv luy life Then I liud
fearful pain* over my whole body ami I
lost control over my kidney a Mid uiy
" How about yonr general health !"
" Sometime* 1 wan mi weak lluit I lnid
to keep uiy bed uud my weight f«*li ofl
twenty pounds. Things looked pretty
bud forme until I ran acrnM a young
man who bud beeu cured by Dr. Wil-
liams' Pink Pills uud w hu udviw d mo tc
•'Did thus© pills belp ynn right away?"
*• 1 didn't ace much improvement un-
til 1 hail ummI kix Ikixi-n. Thn IIi m Itene-
111 1 noticed wan abutter circulation uud
a picking up in strength iiihI weight I
gradually got confidence in my iibility
In direct the movement* of my log*, and
in the course of seven or eight iiioiitlm
all the troubles had disappeared."
•' Do you regard yourself us entirely
well now J"
" I do thi- work of n well innn nt any
rate. I emu clone my cvt-s uud ataud uj
all right and move about tho sumo hi
other men. Tho puins urn ull gone ex
copt mi oceiiMouiil twitch iu thu culvci
of my leg*.'
Mr. JamesH.Watkins residesat No. 71
Westerlo Rtrei-t, Albany, N.V. Dr.Wil-
lianis' Pink Pills ran be obluiued nt any
drug store. They kIiouIiI be unci I an soon
as the first signs of locomotor ataxia ap-
pear iu u peculiar uuwbiK--. of lUu fuct.
Many selfish thoughts aro spoken
through an unknown Inlliii.-nce.
should bp In every household, none ao
good, bcxidi 4 oz. more for to cents
than any other brund of cold water
TAKE PAGES IN DIRECTORIES.
8ome of the Most Popular of Euro-
Numerous us arc the members ol
tho Smith family, they do not occupy
an prominent a place in European dl-
lectories as they do In those of Biig
land or at borne, though they lake
up much room in the Berlin direc-
tory. five thousand Schmidts being
registered. They have to give room
however, to the SchulUes and Mill
lers. In Brussels the Jansc-n family
■Is tho most numwi.in.ly represented,
while the gronter space in Ihe Paris
.directory is given over to (he Marl I-
Morelil and Vitelll are the names
mast numerous iu Naples. and here
ihe Smiths sink Into significance, but.
like the Word ''hello,'1 the name of
built h is heard around the world and
ib represented in practically every di-
rectory published, more than may be
said of any other surname, whatever
The Tyrone Observer-Leader
It. W. HILI-, Krtltor.
Stabbed to Death. —- At a country
dance near Tishomingo Abe Clement*
was stubbed in death. Albert John-
won, his axMNilant. surrendered lo
l ulled States Marshal Colbert.
Wright Expects Commutation.—H.
A Wright, sentenced to be hanged at
Anadarko. July 7, was brought to the
federal Jail at Ollthrie. H«- believes
President Roosevelt will commute bis
sentence lo life Imprisonment.
Court Convenes.—The xprlng term
of the federal court convened at Ard-
more with Jiidi!'* Townaend presid-
ing. Tho violation of the liquor law
was touched upon by the court In the
chai'K<- to the tirand Jury, and Ihe
JiiiIkc was unusually hard on the
practice nf carrying pistols.
Geronimo Will be There. — Word
has been received from Washington
gtvltiK (leronlmo, the need Apache
chler, permission lo visit the joi
ranch on the occasion of ihe Indian
celebration nt which the members of
the National Kdltorlal Association
will b« the gucNiH nf Ihe owners, Mil-
Confederates to Louisville. — Wil-
liam Cross, adjutant general of ll.e
Confederate • Veterans of Oklahoma,
estimates that there will be 1.000
veterana at the national encamp-
ment at LiniUville, Ky, June 11, I"-
and in. Oklahoma will have head-
quart i rs apart from Indian Territory
at this encampment.
Collecting Oklahoma Fossil*. —
Cheater A. Reeds, a graduate of the
University of Oklahoma, has been
presented with a scholarship to Yale
university, the first honor of the kind
ever awarded an Oklahoma boy.
Reeds devoted most of his linn.- In
college to geology and he will fill
the position of paleontology nt Vale.
Ho will spend this summer making
a collection of Oklahoma fossils for
200 Families Homeless.—The engi-
neering corps of the nationul guard,
which has been on duty at Snyder,
has returned to Lawton. The civil
authorities now have police mallei's
well In hand. The amount subscrib-
ed to the police fund to date Is about
$21,000, ami the relief committee has
sent out another appeal for aid. Two
hundred homeless families aro still
occupying temporary quarters in
tents and sheds. The terrtorlal
health officer Is here superintending
the work Of limitation. About forty
patients are still at the hospital.
Natural Gas at Eufaula. — Natura)
gas was struck at Eufaula. The well
had reached a depth of 840 feet when
oil sand was brought to the surface.
Thirty feet of this sand was gone
through, when gas came up from be-
low with such force as to be notice-
able to the bystanders for some dis-
tance back from the mouth of the
well. The drillers had Intended to
put In casing, but the well filled with
about 000 feet of water. Drilling is
still progressing anil the casing will
be put down at once.
EVERY WALK IN LIFK.
a farmer, living thrM
n t o n.
qu'ekly I but :
I Whs oblige
TO Isv off ,
Work mi nc
count of the
aching in my
Us- k and sld «. For .
able "i walk .if all.
shitt I !rlm| and a;i
too;, bad not the bimli
Inn I. eontlnnod to grow
I lie; .,n takiuu Dunti's
and I most ay I .i
prlsi'U and gratified t<
ache iiiHiinitt-itrinf ,,i
film lis- slopped "
Dos us Kidney Pills
r* or hy mail ou rsi
cents pur h<.g. Fbt
Buffalo, N. >
I was un-
e nif-illclne I
-t effect. My
more than sur-
notlce thu back
initially until it
•old by all deal-
eipt of price, hu
Some typographical errors compel
a coiTi-ctlon, A Tennesee paper that
announced the introduction of a bill
to put a tax of l^iiiu on dealers in fur-
niture hastens to explain that it
meant dealers in futures.
Are the Packers Receiving Fair Play7
When the tiarfleld report on the
biislnens methods of the packers ap-
peared. after eight months' investiga-
tion It was severely criticised und
roundly denounced. After three
months of publicity it Is significant
Ihut those who attempted to discredit
It have failed to controvert the figures
contained In that exhaustive doc
mi nt. The public Is beginning lo no-
tice this omission, and the feeling Is
rapidly growing that the sensational
charges out of which the "Beef In
vestlgatlon" arose were without foun-
dation. If lIf official statements of
tho report an- susceptible of contr;
diction, a good many people are- now
nsklni? why the facts and figures are
not furnished to contradict them.
The truth seems to be thai most of
the charges contain unfounded sensa
tionaf assertions. A flagrant example
of this appeared in a recent article In
an Eastern magazine, to tho effect
that "forty Iowa banks were force
to close their doors in 1903-4 by the
Beef Trust's manipulation of cattle
prices." Chief Clerk Cox, of the bank-
ing department of the Iowa Stato An
dltor's office, has tabulated Ihe list of
banks given in the maga/lne article
and has publicly denounced the state-
ment as utterly untrue lie gives
separately the reasons for each fail-
ure mentioned and officially states
that they have been caused by unwise
speculations and by reckless banking
methods. It may be well to "Suspend
judgment upon Ihe packers until the
charges against them are proved.
Thomas Creamery —On« thousand |
pounds of bultiir are made In a v e, k
a- the Thomas creamery.
Rain la General. — A heavy rain.
I>i"ting twelve hours, bei-nn to fa,l a:
Ciurbrte. The ram la general In ihe
Want Weather Station.—The town
tnilldcr* of Hobart will endeavor to
ha.i He- ><ovornincpt make that point
a weather station.
Moving Townaite. — Jet ,w'ill .be
moved by Its resident* from tho pres-
ent *|t« to one a mile ami a half west.
The Denver, Knld and (iulf wouldn't
crime in Jet, so ji-i goes to the Den-
ver. tin Id and Utilf.
Flynn Will Banquet Long.—Dennis
Flynn, ex-delegate from oklahoma,
will give a banquet in honor of Sena-
tor t'lii-sti r I Long at Oklahoma city
on the night of Juno Prominent
Republican politicians from every
county In the territory will be Invited.
Senator Long delivers the graduating
day address at the Cnlversiiy of Ok.
lahoma on the morning of June ti
Got His Money's Worth.
A gunner's mate on one of the ves-
sels in the United States navy receiv-
ed n good dollar's worth a short I imo
ago when be wrote to a fortune teller
of New York asking for his horoscope.
The " professor ' 'wrote hack ''You
will be an admiral nt ;:l'; will marry
a rich widow and win money in y
BOOK OF BOOKS.
Over 30,000,000 Published.
An Oakland lady who lias u taste
/or good literature. ' <■!Is what a happy
time she haO on "The Koail to Well
ville." She says:
"i drank coffee freely for eight
years before I began to perceive any
evil effects from it. Then I noticed
that I was becoming very nervous,
and that my stomach was gradually
losing the power to properly assimi-
late my food. In time I sot so weak
that I dreaded to leave the house—
for no reason whatever but because of
the miserable condition of my nerves
and stomach. I attributed the trouble
to anything In the world but coffee
of course. 1 dosed myself with medi-
cines, which in the end would leave
me in a worse condition than at first.
1 was most wretched and dlscourag
ed—not 30 years old and feeling that
life was a failure!
"I had given up all hope of ever
enjoying myself like other people, till
one day I read the little book "The
Road to Wallville." It opened my
eyes* and taught me a lesson I shall
never forget and cannot value too
highly, i immediately quit the use
of the.old kind of coffee and began to
drink Postnm Food Coffee. 1 noticed
the beginning of an Improvement in
the whole tone of my system, after
only two days' use of the new drink,
and in a very short time realized that
1 could go about like other people
without the least return of the ner-
vous dread that formerly gave me so
much trouble. In fact my nervous-
ness disappeared entirely and has
never returned, although it is now a
year that I have been drinking Postnm
Kocd Coffee. And my stomach is now
lika iron—nothing can upset It!
"Last week, during the big Con-
clave in San Francisco, I was on the
go day and night without the slight-
est fatigue; and as I stood in the im-
mense crowd watching ihe great par-
ade that lasted for hours. I thought
to myself. This strength is what Pos-
tum Food Coffee has given me!' "
Name given by Postum Co., Battla
There's a reason.
'Hie little book ' The Road to We.:-
vl;lo" may be found in every (kg.
Kelaey is Sworn In. — Dana II
Kelaey, recently appointed Indian
agent at the Union agency, succeed
Ing .1. Blair Shoenfelt, resigned, took
the oath of office as Indian agent
lie also prepared his bond of $200,000
Mr. Kelaey stated that it will be some
weeks before he will assume charge
of the office possibly not before July
1, Ihe end of the fiscal year. All
bonds and property In charge of
Agent Shoenfelt must be checked up
before the office Is turned over, and
this will require some time.
Has bought Wild Steers. — Zack
Miller of the 101 ranch has returned
to the ranch from Texas, where he
went to buy steers to be used in the
roping contests which will take place
In connection with the Indinn cele-
bration for the entertainment of the
National Kdltorlal Association
June II. These animals are the
wildest that have been on the prairie
of Oklahoma for many years. The;
come from close to the Mexican lin<
and know nothing of fences. They
caused a pretty row when they were
first taken from the ears. The rop-
ing contest will be the best that has
been seen In the west for years, anil
the prizes will be the most valuable
that have ever been offered.
Says It's a Fraud. — Secretary of
the Territory William Crimes has is-
sued n letter to insurance agents in
which he states that the Farmers'
Mutual Insurance Company, doing
business In Oklahoma, is n fraud. It
is understood that persons represent-
ing themselves to be agents of the
company have been working among
the farmers in various parts of the
June 14 Flag Day.—Governor Fer-
guson Issued a proclamation declar-
ing June 14 flag day. He recom-
mended that on that day the Ameri-
can flag be displayed over every
home, church, school house, and pub-
lic and private building In Oklaho-
Medford Will Celebrate.—A meet-
ing of the citizens of Medford was
held at the Commercial club rooms to
consider the subject of holding a
celebration In the city July 4. Af
ter much discussion a motion pre-
^ailed unanimously to celebrate.
Whiskey Kills a Child.—Carrie Hall,
a 5-year-old girl, died at Woodward
from the effects of drinking whisky
she had found in the house while her
pareuts were away. A sister. Goldie.
is in a critical condition because e'
a drink from the same bottle.
Cotton Compress to Open.—It was
announced that the cotton compress
in Muskogee, which stood idle last
season, will be opened at the begin-
ning of the season this fall. The
compress has been leased by tne Gulf
Compress Company which owns foriv
seven compresses In the soutb.
When You Talk.
Eloquence is saying the proper
thing and stopping. La Rochefau-
ULCERS FOR 30 YEARS.
Painful Eruptions From Knees to Feet
Another of those remarkable cures
by Cuticura, after doctors and all else
had failed, is testified to Jiy Mr. M
C. Moss of Gainesville, Texas, in the
following letter: "For over thirty
years 1 suffered from painful ulcers
:ind an eruption from my knees to
feet, and could find neither doctors
nor medicine to help me, until I used
Cuticura Soap. Ointment and Pills,
which cured me In six months. They
helped me the very first time I used
them, and 1 am glad to write this so
that others suffering 11s I did may be
saved from misery."
For every ill-spoken word a dart
is sent through conscience.
To her children is one of the most
beautiful tilings in life. When they
are sick, the wise mother, who has
taken the pains to study their best
interests, promptly gives them Dr.
Caldwell's (laxative) Syrup Pepsin.
It quickly relieves pain and fever,
and can never do anything but good.
Realization is lessons that are well
Insist on Getting It.
Some groci-rs nay they don't keep
Defiance Starch. This ia because they
have a stock 011 hand of other brands
containing only 12 oz in a package,
which they won't be able to sell first,
because Defiance contains 16 oz. for
the same money.
Do you want 16 oz. instead of 12 03.
for same money? Then buy Defiance
Starch. Requires no cooking.
Many weaknesses are as secretly
acknowledged as openly hidden.
1 a Pinch, Use ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE
A powder. It cures painful,smarting,nerv-
ous feet and ingrowing nails. It's the
greatest comfort discovery of the age.
Makes new shoes easy. A certain cure for
sweating feel. Sold by all druggists, 25c.
Trial package FREE. Address A. S.
Olmsted, Le Hoy, N. Y.
Mentally you are on the same foot-
ing with every mindful object.
"I>r. l>nvld Kmnedy-n Favorite Remedr
, ',7*1 m.-. tUrlKbr.l.!«. ,Ablepb.Tlloliuu
tailed Mr E I' Uluwr. Bur Mll. O. II oh butU«.
Many things you can't see through
are not given enough light.
IION'T FORI JET
A lav 2 o/ pockapi- Red Cross Ball Blue only
Seems. The Kuss Company. South Bend, Ind.
New Game Warden.—W. H Martin
of Pawhuska, has been appointed by
Territorial Game Warden Watrons as
warden of tho Osage reservation, lie
has quite a number of deer under his
protection and will keep an eye on
hunters In that country. Violations of
the law are punished by confiscating
all the property that hunters have
To Vote School Bonds.—The elty
school bi;ard of Tahlequah has taken
steps looking to the submission to
the people of a f 15,00(1 bond proposi-
tion for a public school bulidltiR. Tho
matter is In the hands of tho proper
committee. The committee is to re-
port on the advisability of such an is-
sue at the next board meeting, if
found advisable the council will be
petitioned to submit ihe proposition
to a vote of the people.
Victim Alio Had Family. — Judge
Clayton sentenced a large batch of
prisoners. Among the number was
Jerome Wilson, convicted of man
slaughter, who made a tearful pi
for mercy on account of his family
The Judge fixed his sentence at eiv;li
years, reminding him that the man
he killed also had a family. Mrs
Mary Davis, a well dressed woman of
(TO years, was sentenced to ten months
In jail for selling liquor.
Gambling Devices Banished. — By
order of District Judp;-.- Burwell, Sher-
iff Grace visited Shawnee to Inspect
all saloons, concerning an order
abolish all bar screems In conform-
ity with territorial law. He found
all screens removed and no arrests
were necessary. For Ihe second time
in her history, Shawnee a city of
20,000 people, has no screens, and all
gambling machines have been hidden
away. Law and order leagues are
Cross a Candidate.—Hon. Bill Cross
making no secret among his friends
that he will present his name at the
next Democratic tA-rltorial conven-
tion for delegate to congress from
Oklahoma. Prominent Democrats re-
siding in 23 of the 26 counties In the
territories have written him letters
urging him to become a candidate
and assuring him of their hearty sup-
port. in the event Oklahoma docs not
secure statehood prior to the time for
holding the nominating convention.
Gas Plant For Arapahoe. — A con
tract has been let. to the Acetyline
Contracting Company of Minneapolis,
Minn., to put a gas plant In Arapa-
hoe. The plant is to be in operation
ithin ninety days. The laying of
pipes will be begun the first of next
ek. This, with the water works
that are now being installed will make
Arapaho a very up-to-date city. The
large tank that, will serve as a stand
pipe is nearing completion. The en-
gine that will pump the water has
been ordered and is expectcd to arrive
at any tlmt.
HISTORIC CHICKAM AUQA PARK
ABLAZE WITH ILLUMINATION.
United States 8y tem of Lighting Mill*
tary Pott Pronounced Gratifyingly
Successful—Six and One-Half Miles
of Mains—Smty-Five Street Lights.
Why worry over other's burdens
when contentment lies in your own.
Mr«. IVIn.low-1. Soothing Syrap.
P..r ;,i „r,n teething, the vmi. im-M | .
fluniueuou. all*}*pattucunaK Wind <• tbollla.
Every time you lose your temper
your self-control goes with it.
I am sure Piso's Cure for Consumptioa saved
my life three years a v Mrs. Thos. Roimtxs.
Maple Street. Norwich. N Y., Feb. 17,1HXJ.
Be master enough in yourself to al-
lovtf" nothing to effect you.
DETECTIVE WORK-UMM IKyrmn. 9 not
fctcn-i Service Men-more twin,.- udrd every <Lt.
|3bJ<i jeur i am,. Advice t.y it,free. Add*;*
&3*enc&n DetMtiva A j.oci uoii, Indjinipolii, Ind.
Character counts for little where
there is an absence of frankness.
To Return Their Deeds.—Secretary
Hitchcock sent a telegram to the
Dawes commission to notify all per-
sons in the Choctaw anil Chickasaw
nations holding deeds to allotments
that have not been approved by the
interior department to return them to
he Dawes commission. As fast as
iltese come in the commission wiil
forward them to the secretary of the
Interior for his approval. The com-
mission sent notices of this kind to-
day to the Indian governors and to
nch newspaper in the Choctaw and
Chickasaw nation for publication. It
Is believed that most of the allottees
who hold unapproved deeds will re-
turn them at once to the Dawes com-
mission when they see these notices
Outlining Irrigation Work. — A
corps of engineers is now in West-
ern Oklahoma at work upon the pro-
posed Irrigation system which, when
completed, will cost the government
$1,500,000. E. Kirby, of Lawton, of
the United States geological survey
headquarters, left for Hobart, Ana-
darko, Mangum and Granite, to gauge
the flow of streams for the proposed
Hurt in Collision. — A westbound
Rock Island train, running twenty
miles an hour, collided with a switch
ngine in the yards at Shawnee. Both
engines were damaged and thrown
from the rails. One woman was
Court Opens at Vinita.—The regu-
lar spring term of the United States
court for the Northern district of In-
dian Territory was opened at Vinita.
I. T.. with Judge William R. Law-
rence on the bench. The grahd jury
and petit jury were organized, and
the court is now ready for business.
Secretary Shaw Talked.—Secretary
Leslie B. Shaw, of the treasury de-
partment. has accepted the invitation
of the Ardmore Commercial Club and
will arrive on May 24. A public re-
ception is to be tendered Secretary
Shaw. Among the speakers wiil be
Consressman John Stephens, of
Permanent Organization. — The
Coyle Oil Gas and Mineral Company
lias formed a permanent organization
with C. H. Lee as president, Ol Mears
as vice-president, and C. S. OWon as
secretary and treasurer.
Chickamaugu Park Ga., May 31.—
The L'nitoii States government has here
in operation one of tbe largest acety-
lene gas plant* In the world The mili-
tary post at the entrance of the histor-
ical Chlckamauga battlefield where
thirty thousand linlon and Confederate
soldiers were lost in the nu moiablu
battle of Sept. 1ft and 2li. 1863, contains
about one hundred building*, the
-leverity five principal ones of which are
lighted with acetylene To aecom
pllah this alx and one half miles of
mains uud two miles of service pipes
are In use. while slxty-flve street
lumps brilliantly illuminate the ave-
nues of the post.
In 1903 the War Department in-
stalled a test acetylene plant at Fort
Meyer, Virginia. The results were
so gratifying and tho (superiority
of Ihe illumlnant so evident that the
government, March 20, 1904, placed
^ the contract for the Chlckamauga
plant. In which every citizen of the
United States should have Ills pro
rata of pride.
Hut the government has not con-
fined its acceptance of acetylene to
this military post. Since becoming
satisfied of the efficiency, superiority
and economical advantages of this
particular Illumlnant, the United
Slates has Installed a number of
plants In Indian schools and other gov-
Acetylene gas is one of the simplest
ns well as the most perfect of artificial
lights. It Is made by the contact
of wafer and carbide, (a manufactured
product for sale at a nominal price),
is absolutely safo and gives a beau-
tiful white light soothing to the eyes
and nerves. It can be produced any-
where in the fann home, the village
store, the town hall, the church—and
Is so easily maintained as to
be practical for all classes.
It Is a matter for national congratu-
lation thai in beautifying so historic
a spot as Chlckamauga, nothing but
the best, including the lighting sys-
tem, has been deemed good enough
for the American people.
"HEART OF THE HOME."
In Those Words Clubwoman Aptly
Describes the Kitchen.
"Domestic science seems to be the
solution of several vexed questions,
such as the servant problem, divorce,
and temperance. If more money were
expended by cities In introducing do-
mestic science into the schools less
money would need to be spent on in-
sane asylums, poorhouses and peni-
tentiaries, '' said Miss Ella G. Neave
in her address on '' The Progress of
Domestic Science '' before the depart-
ment of the household economics and
education of the Woman's Club.
'" The kitchen is the heart of the
home. The woman who holds the
comfort of a man battling with the
world In her hands has responsibility
as great as that of a commander of a
battleship. The only remedy for the
evils of bad cooking and lack of good
homes Is in the schools of domestic
science which are established in the
public schools.'' — Cincinnati Com-
Population of British South Africa.
British South Africa has a popula-
tion of 1,133,756 white people and
Organix* Park Amociation. — tne
Ardmore Fair and Park Association
was organized with a capital stock
of IMti", which will Im- Increased
Colored Leaguera Meet.—The ti-rrl
lorial convention of the Kpworth
League, colored, la in session at Ard
more with a larg* number of dolr
Played With Matches. — James
Booth, n years old, while playing with
matches in a haymow, sei lira to the
hay near Tryon, Lincoln county, and
was burned to death.
At Epworth Univeraity.—The first
annual commencement exercises ol
Kpworth i'nlversltv will occur thla
week and the institution will close a
most successful first war.
Man'a Neck Broken.—John P, Par
sons, a retired farmer. ii5 years ol
age, was found dead In bis garden at
Perry. Ills neck was broken, it it
supposed he grew weak from exhaus-
tion and fell.
Law Cauaed Shooting.—.). M. Sav-
age, a Roger Mills county cattle man
living near Klk City was daugerou ly
shot by Clint Turner, a farmer, over
herd law troubles. Turner claims
Savage's cattle damaged his crops.
Fundings Bonds Regiatered.—Audi-
tor Baxter today registered ten bond
of the denomination of $500,110 each
for Harrison township, Kiowa county.
The proceeds when the same are sold
will be used for funding purposes.
99 Years for Murder.—Jim Woods,
arrested at Shawnee for killing Mrs.
Ames and iilram Jackson and wound-
ing Delia Burton, was given ninety-
nine years by a Lincoln county Jury/
Deposit .of .Foundry Sand. — At
Tulsa, I. T., In a search for sand suit-
able to make rough castings, local
parties have found a deposit of valu
able foundry sand. Iu the past, all
RUch sand has been shipped from
points east of the Mississippi.
Hamilton May Attend.—C. ti. Jones
chairman of the single statehood exe
cutive committee, received a lettei
from Chairman E. L. Hamilton, of the
commit tee on territories, stating that
the writer would be glad to attend Ihe
statehood convention to be held July
Copper Near Tulsa.—Professor S. S,
Stephens, a geologist, says he has un-
earthed a large deposit, of copper ore
in the vicinity of Tulsa. Professor
Stephens refuses to disclose the loca-
tion. He thinks there Is enough iron
also in the territory to make its refin-
Library Not Yet Opened. — Tht
People's Carnegie library has not as
yet been opened to the tax-payers of
El Reno, who are paying for its main-
tenance. The building was finished
some time ago. but for some cause or
other the people have not been invited
" ' to enter in.''
Cupid at Encampment.—At Lawton
perhaps the most touching incident
of the G. A. R. encampment was the
impromptu wedding of a veteran to
a comrade's widow. Oscar Right mire,
nf Guthrie, aged G3. and, Mrs. Jennie
Allender, of Anadarko aged 59 years,
were married by Chaplain Ferguson
The average c urner of baking
powder does not kn> w that a reaction
jccurs In tho process of baking, Food
prepared with a cream of tartar bak-
ing powdtr does not > ntaln any
"ream of tartar. A loaf of b. ad mat!«
from a quart of flour leavened with
ream of tartar baking powder contains
forty five grains more of Rocbello
Salts than Is contained In one Seldllts
powder. Some eminent Ho- um physi-
cians testified against the healthful-
ness of Kochelle Salts.
Therefore, why ahould the consumer
pay fnrty-flv# or flfly cents per pound
for the cream of tartar or Trust link-
ing powders when the best baking
powder In the world can be made to
retail at twenty five cents per pound
Itlie price ankcd for Calumet Bnklug
Powder I uud leave a fair manufactur-
11n- manufacturers of Calumet Hak-
Ing Powder have for years made a
k< a nil lug offer of One Thousaud Dol-
lar- for any subMance Injurious to
health found In food prepared from It.
Bread made from Calumet Raking
Powder Is entirely free from Rochellu
Salts, alum, lime or ammonia.
Raising Foxea for Pelts.
Sealskins to Ibe number of 3,128
i re shipped from Alaska last season.
An industry pursued Incidentally with
llml of sealing oti the I'ribllof Islands
is that of raising the blue, fox for hla
pelt. These animals, under the sys-
tem In use, are fed and cared for as
In Record Time.
Piney Flats, Tenn., May 29th.—
(Special)—Cured in two days of Rheu-
matism that had made his life a tor-
ture for two years, D. S. Hilton of
this place naturally wants every
other sufferer from rheumatism to
know what cured him. It was Dodd's
"Dodd's Kidney Pills are the grand-
est pill on earth" says Mr. Hilton,
I would not take any sum of money
for what they did for me. For two
years I had what the doctoi'3 called
rheumatism. I could hardly walk
around the house. It seemed to be
in my back and hip aud legs. I tried
everything but nothing helped me till
got Dodd's Kidney Pills."
"Two days after I took the first
dose all pain left me and it has never
come back since. I can't praise Dodd's
Kidney Pills too much."
Rheumatism is caused by uric acid
In the blood. Healthy kidneys tako
all the Uric Acid out of the blood.
Dodds' Kidney Pills make healthy
You are beginning to advance when
you learn something every day.
Contentment is barred where il]
thought and selfishness exist.
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
with LOCAL APPLICATION'S, as they cannot rearh
tin- teat of the dlseai-e. Catarrh Is a blood or const!
tuttonat disease, and in order to cure It you must take
Internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken In-
ternally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous
surface". Hall's Catarrh Cure Is not « quack medi-
cine. Itwaa prescribed by one of the best phyalclaus
in t Ills country for yearn aud Isareuular prescription.
It U composed of the best tontcs known, combined
with the bent blood pnrlflers. acting directly on the
mucous surfaces. Tho perfect combination of Ihe
two Ingredlentsls what produces such wonderful re-
lulu in caring catarrh. Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. C1IKXKY is CO., Props., Toledc, O
Bold bv OniEKl."
Tako flail's Fai
Our home and ourselves should
each soothe and quiet the other.
A child and a pup make an unsel-
Many Children Are Sickly.
Mother Gray 's Sweet Towders for Children,
used by Mother Gray, a nurse in Children's
Home,New York, Cure Feverishness,Head-
ache, Stomach Troubles, Teething Dis-
orders. Break up Colds and Destroy Worms.
At ail Druggists'.25c. Sample mailed FREE.
Address Alien S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y.
'' The dark and narrow path '' is
not so long when properly lighted.
Nothing will give so much enlight-
ment as purity in thought.
All Up-to-Oate Housekeepers
use Defiance Cold Water Starch, be-
cause it Is better, and 4 o*. more of it
for same moncv.
Sheffield Heavy Coal Consumer.
In proportion to Its size Sheffielc
cons-u-m-ers ab-outmfwy mfw mfwyn
consumes about eight times as muct
coal as London.
Male Prisoners to Georgia. — An
order was made in the federal court
at Vinita, I. T., on recommendation ol
the department of justice, that nil
male prisoners hereafter sent up
from the Northern district of the In
dian Territory be confined in the
penitentiary at Atlanta. Ga.. instead
for Fort Leavenworth, Kan.
For Glorious Fourth.—Arapaho wil
celebrate the Fourth of July right, a.-
she always does. Over $5(h have
been subscribed by its citizens for en
tertaining visitors. The committee in
charge have secured the services of
an advertising specialist to see that
the event is properly advertised. Ev-
ery number on ihe program outlined
so far is a novel and up-to-date one.
Cutting Potato Crop. — The con-
tinued heavy rainfall in the Creek na-
tion this spring, according to well
posted planters, will curtail the po-
tato crop at least 50 per cent. Where
the yield last year was from 200 to
300 bushels to the acre this year it is
said the average yield will not exceed
seventy-five to 100 bushels. It is be-
lieved, however, that potatoes will
bring a better price this year than
last, and that the loss in the end will
not be great.
Hardware Men to Organize. — July
11 and 12 the hardware and imple-
ment dealers of the two territories
will meet in Oklahoma City to take
action against catalogue houses doing
business in the territories. .The hard-
ware and implement men will also
organize a mutual insurance camp.
There are at this time 975 hardware
and implement dealers in the twe
Shawnee Compress Leased. — The
Gulf Compress Company of Memphis,
has leased the Shawnee compress,
which handled 70,000 bales this year.
Proceedings to dissolve the lease are
now on trial.
Two Buiidlngs at Stillwater. — At-
torney General Simons gave
opinion that the intention of the law
was that but two buildings were tc
be built at the Agricultural college
at Stillwater. The wording was am-
biguous and the board of regents con-
tend three buildings were intended.
Goes to New Zealand.—Rev. Hugh
T. Morrison, of the Christian church
of Lawton, has accepted a call from a
church in Wellington. New Zealand,
a city of 60,000 people. He Will prob-
ably leave in two months to accept
Thought Himself in Danger. —
imagining that someone had designs
on his life Charles Stineman. agent
for the Atchison. Topeka & Santa Fe
railroad at Briton, five miles north
of Oklahoma City, barricaded the de-
pot and threatened to shoot any one
who went near. Officers from Okla-
homa City finally took charge of
Briton and he was adjudged insane.
Patrolling Santa Fe. — The Santa
Fe railroad track between Curtis and
Waynoka was patrolled for several
nights last week. Obstructions found
on the track led to the precautiar
FIXING RAILROAD RATES.
Making railroad rates is like play-
ing a game of checkers or chess. Com-
munities to be benefitted, producers,
manufacturers or shippers to lie aided
represent the pieces used. Every pos-
sible move Is 'studied for its effect
on the general result by skilled traf-
fic managers. A false move In the
milking of freight rates may mean the
ruin of a city, of a great manufactur-
ing Interest, of an agricultural com-
munity . Railroads strive to build up
all these so that each may have an
equal chance iu the sharp competi-
tion of business. So sensitive to this
rivalry are the railroads that iu order
to build up business along their lines
they frequently allow the shipper io
practically dictate rates. Rate mak-
ing has been a matter of development;
of mutual concessions for mutual
benefit. That If. why the railroads of
thi? United Slates have voluntarily
mu'io freight rates so much lower In
this country tliau they are on the
government-owned and operated rail-
ways of Europe and Australia that
they are now the lowest transport*
tlon rates In the world.
Novel cf 106 Volumes.
The longest novel which has ever
been published is the '' Story of tho
Eight Dogs." It is written in Japan-
ese and is published in 10G volumes.
The novel contains several hundred
characters (not counting the dogs),
and they are all dead by the time the
last chapter is reached.
Why It Is the Best
Is because made by an entirely differ-
ent process. Defiance Starch Is un-
like any other, better and one-third
more for 10 c^nts.
Her First Falling in Love.
It takes several rehearsals to make
a girl letter perfect in the little game
of matrimony. The first time a girl
falls in love all she knows about a
man is that he is a good waltzer and
wears proper collars, that his hair
curls at the edges, and that he doesn't
tread on her frocks.—Helen Row-
land's '' Digressions of Polly.''
Meaning of F. O. B.
The letters F. O. B. are an abbre-
viation for a commercial term '' free
on board," and signify that in the
case of goods bought for shipment
they are to be placed aboard train or
ship or other conveyance for tranship-
ment to destinaiion, without expense
to the buyer.
THINK OF IT!
This Pretty Matron Had Headache and
Backache and Her Condition
MRS. M. BHICKNER.
99 Eleventh Street," • t
Milwaukee, Wis. -* f
• 'A short time ago / found my con-
dition very serious. / had headaches,
pains in the back, and frequent dizzy
spells which grew worse every month.
/ tried two remedies before Peruna,
and was discouraged when I took the
first dose, but my courage soon re-
turned. In less than two months
my health was restored."—Mrs. M.
The reason of so many failures to
core cases similar to the above is the
fact that dis-
eases peculiar to
the female sexi
are not common -
being caused by
< atarrh of one organ is exactly the
same as catarrh of- any other organ.
What will cure catarrh of the head will
als<> cure catarrh of the pelvic organs.
1 Vruna cures these cases simply because
it cures the catarrh.
If you have catarrh write at once to
Dr. Bartman. giving a full statement
of your case, and he will be pleased to
give r->u his valuable advice gratis.
Address Dr. ilartman. President of
Tbt Ilartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O.
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