The Crowder City Guardian (Crowder, Oklahoma), Vol. 3, No. 43, Ed. 1 Friday, August 28, 1908 Page: 2 of 6
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Crowder City Guardian HdD§tt<g§§
A. K. Marrow, Editor
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«t a total Id
Tho Kal v iiiIIki.hI has closlgnaN <1
;it',on«'r ■> a • 11 \ i on |mi|nt an I a
numher of toxiuih ami men nro at
work prr| iirln« I In- Irani of land iI m iI-
<*«! to tin' company for round Iiohm-,
trarkn and coal cliutrn.
Till" Im w I 111Iii^ fi r oil ivconl was
r '0i lvod l \ Hi i n -, of stai' la !
*«vk li was $ ' >0 and vnuh nulnnlt
UmI l \ \|i|'l«'lon and Coiilpaiiv book
inililhlu'is. as fct for laklnr mil ar
tic Ion nf Incorporation Thf linn was
one of tho HticooHsful bidders ln-foro
'ho state left book com in I don.
Nearly 1,000 full blood Indian . li.ivt-
tlready made applbatlon to have re
Btrlctlonft removed from : sale of
ibetr allohnotitH Tliero were ten of
these applications forwarded to the
secretary of the Interim* for approval
last week from Muskogee They are
tin Seventh IM\ \ <1 vent If t held
their Hist aitinial convention at I nk<
wood Park, near Knld last week Sev-
eral hundred people were In attend
mice, gome of them national leaders
hi that ib nominal ion
\nulaihof new $100,000 oil mill
has been completed and the ma< bin
cry ik now being Installed, 111 readi-
ness for the fall crop
The Labor Hay scries of ball games
between the Oklahoma City and Km I
clubs in tin \\ e> ern V'Miclatlon that
.n to base if . n pla\ • in the intr« r
town b:ive been transfoiied to Okla*
lioma ('Itv The probability of a
larger it tendance is the reason.
mil Texas coun-
aver count \ have
debt of old n©av-
i o $ '1,000, luclud
11. iv• •' Cimarron
ties, crratod lr the i
eritlon out of old lte
Just completed . >•
old county The m t
Inn an old warrant
I If'J ,000. much nt" which Is ^abl to be
lib .] and w 11 n< • b p.ii 1 O
Indebtedness Cimarron ounty >■
kii uies $r ,000, i'i \ i. county $ is.000.
|t« aver county $11.000
Very little it ten' on in y, \en the r<
port that the Snake Indian are ceil•
k Ka'It lie i II t K o \ t if
oi Kivliu; troubb' Chester I low. ibe
\V a-Mint ton atlornex is sti'.l r 11.
c<miik!! on ml ui! it I pre umed t! \t
Iiih inllwenco will prevent and hostile
Prank Itaikev a notorious bud In
it la n. who |s > i u .| with inunlerlnu
Oscar Rutherford m ir Itrakeu \rrow,
about one year a io. h i b «n dell\. i
ed by his bondsmen to the county
authorities and placid In J a 1 lie
was implicated in a stabbing aflfali at
Tulsa a few *i\-< ago and was re-
b e. d on a bond of $ 5,000
While IyIn; flat on tbi
drinking from a poo 1 n
Fred Koark, t;t jours old
b> . iiul that fell from
ment. and smothered to death.
The lni ;est Ninerb an fnd an Is
kous 1 to. a fall1 u !i > weighs
pOUi i ■' He i . yi i - i s
w III b t alien on an exp
on tour of
Vs 1st ant \ 11 orr > r,« <
>ds for 1 r}.< /able t'.
>'ccod -1 W«?: n : Amrv.ers&ry, ar>4
a IF' c " 'bovcr.
D It. Rogers a member of the board
of C Itnilii • 'OV :s >' • ' , v.
died at his home at Sasaki t l i \\n
of typhoi.l fe.er lie \s i ■
old. waa born In Tenucssee and had
been a resi lent of Oklahoui\ i l.uht
Miners Return eg to Work
WIUU'UTON r t il ir.in( are
rapidly ri rn o aliens, and tie
miners a re returning from their vaca-
tions ami going to we: 1 \ majority
0 BM '
tO $l.f 0O an | • \ ar
Miginit dn> demand strictly
t unci innif eutertaluiiients
n ui ibis inaniiei m r. l e called by
at formal name lin;-ad of having
■ • < 'i omary method of cotuluetlug
Ili h parly by gin sing the names
xv lil I« ii on slips of paper, a lioHle.iS
'lid Ibj at a K ent part> There w.n
a largo i ii ; oil the pla//.a Miippo ed to
i ■ |• r« ; e111 the sea It was covered
villi i (iff pnper flab folded light 1)
'•'ron b lb- middle i in i" w.i a brie 4
1,1 ' m the In ad and the name of the
li h wai written underneath Kaelt
ie I wa given a small hook arid line,
and each one was given the name of
■' li h There Win Ml H Cod. Mr.
Shark,'' eti There wa a time limit,
••ml each peisun could retain only the
I'b b( aiing his or her name, all oih
1 d to I returned to the water
in rood condition
Wmi' w.i the Joliie-t kind of a
time This is ,i flue scheme for chil-
li! ii. and a lobe of gold lisli might be
lie following game Is not exactly
new. for there have been flower con
rood one. Here are the questions
I 'I eli a bird to get up In the
W bat flower is most precise?
' loll a little bo\ i<) cry, using In
I \ sweet and another name for
• N rit b man
<• The Scotch word for "inability,"
V \ means nf transportation ami a
Mini of peop|,
s \ bird and an aid to a rider
| !♦ w hat might a certain domestic
animal do in winter '
1° \ wihl animal and part of a
lady a wearing apparel
11. \ word of farewt ||
12 A Christinas deeoratlon and a
1.5 W hat foreign nobleman like j
'o do . |
II A Mower with a commercial
1 • What might a man say to his
sweetheart in a fog"
I'lie answers are 1. wakerohln: 2,
prlni -ose. balsam I. candytuft. 5,
a t?r; ti, canua; 7. carnation. S, lark
spur; 9. cow.slip. 10. foxglove; 11,
forget-me-not; 12, hollyhock; 13, mari-
gold. H, stocks. 15, love in a mist
Flowers in pots, Japanese ferns
tth« > need no water), or flower shaped
pins are all appropriate for prizes
A Beverage Contest.
This be\erase contest was arranged
as a mlxei at the beginning of an
evening at which there were man.x
strangers pre- nt.
l b, programs were In shape of old-
fashioned goblei and the prizes were
glass in a leather
e cocoa (these all
•nu lacs" werosei ved
nous are given b>
| ' The In valid—ale.
Tho preiK-her Sundae.
The boeniake r eobbler.
The undertaker - beer.
The wit. beater liqueur.
The promoter water
Second Wedding Anniversary.
The paper wedding marks tho see
om| year of wedded life, and it may
he made a very pretty affair. Paper
i so deeorativo when used with ar-
Ihcie i; almost no limit to the
p< Utilities of decoration. The invi-
tation a11 i ied In the usual way
with the date of the original wedding.
Chops' whate \. v color is desired, then
in.. 1.• i hades for all the gas jets and
lamps, cover flower pots and Jardi
nn ies and make portkies and draper
les of three Inch strips of crepe paper.
Fanc.v Japanese parasols, fans, dollies
and wall panels may be used with good
effei i also paper napkins and table
BESSIE AND THE FLOWERS
Convention in the
That Did Good.
I Be paper llowei
bonquei; I'aper (
bonbons, i< os and
the tumblers may
as garlands and
ses for holding
salads, and even
bo covered with
dainty frills of paper.
l-'or favors, tho largest size snap
ping motto caps are appropriate and
decorative IMIe them ill the center
of the table, attached to ribbons to be
drawn out by the quests
If the host ai. hostess, as well as
the guests, are attired In garments
of paper so much the nierrlei If this
can be carried out'pass booklets in
which will be written down what char-
acter each one is supposed to repre-
sent A prize of paper may be
awarded The shops are so full of
paper noveltie that the hostess will
he able to -ixc each one a souvenir.
One hostess on this occasion made
darling little baskets by braiding crepe
paper and placed a tiny fern In each
Heseie went into the garden to play
It was tho big flower garden, and
many many of the blossoms were just
c*>niInInto beautiful bloom. Bessie
loved to look nt the blossoms, but she
did not consider their rljiits, so she
began pulling them off and throwing
them on the ground. After she had
d stroy« d i r-at number of the most
beautiful bio. Minis that had been smil-
ing so sweetly at lu r she hoard a
voice saying just at her elbow; ' Now,
little girl, since you have killed so
many <r my beautiful and innocent
comrades, how do you feel? Are you
glad to look at thopc dying blossoms
lying about on the ground? Were they
not much more pleasing to your eye
when they were living and nodding In
the l>r< e o antj smiling toward blue
heaven And how sweet was their
fragrance too. for It floated about In
the air making it delicious to the hu-
man nostrils. Ah. little girl, do you
know how wicked it is to wantonly de-
er roy those dear flowers?"
"Put how can they be dead when
they never breathe?" asked ignorant
Bessie "Flowers don't live—they
"Yes, we do live, little girl," ex-
plained the voice which came from a
tall tiger lily. "We all live and grow.
We eat from tho soil and drink of rain
and dew. We come from tiny seeds
and grow Into flowering plants to
make tho world more beautiful. Did
not your mamma want us here? If
she had not. loved us she would not
have had the gardener plant us and
tend us so Industriously. And here
within a few minutes you have de-
sf roved tho lives of flowers that have
been growing all through tho spring,
patting forth their fresh, soft leaves
A LESSON IN SCIENCE.
Simple Apparatus for Generating Hy-
drogen Explained by Prof. Michaud.
Broken pieces of aluminum table
or kitchen ware can be used for sev-
eral Interesting chemical experiments.
The following Is a simple one: Buy
from a druggist a foot or two of rub-
ber tubing, a stopper with a small
. glass tub<i running through It and a I
few ounces of causth potash or soda
Garden Select a bottle to match the stopper J
and in It place the broken pieces of |
aluminum. Pour ovei them some luke-
warm water and add a few spoonfuls !
of caustic soda. (This chemical is
not so dai gorous to handle as sul- |
phuric acid, yet contact with the skin j
should be carefully avoided). An ef j
fervescenCe will at once take place j
AND A WOMAN'S WORK
on. Making hats out of crepe paper nn<1 blossoms to help make this gar-
Is a good stunt for a party of this kind dtn a Pl',ac© of beauty and purity. See
an < «n Utail.
A Practical Shower.
\ prospective autumn bride has Just
been the recipient of a "shower" that
was not onlx very acceptable, but did
not tax the pocketbooks of the guests,
which. I assure you, Is quite an im-
portant item in these days of elab-
orate and costly affairs that often pre-
The guests, who were all close
friends of the bride to-be, were each
a iked to bring a "Jar" or "glass" of
"something" as best suited their con-
venience "Thimbles" was also writ-
ten on the card. So al! eaine prepared
to a>w The hostess hail provided ma-
terials for all sorts of kitchen towels
and dust cloths, which were all
hemmed and in neat piles by the time
refreshments w ere set ved.
n« i'b l.on ti.a.k' 'Hies marina
lades, cans of fruit, pickles of all
kinds, there was a Jar or two
of imported ginger, and even
peanut butter. The contributions for
the cuter-em > shelf were presented ill
the dlnin room at the table and
< aused much amusement, as nearly
e\er> article wa accompanied by the
recipe, a merry jingle, or a terse bit
M ADA M10 MK lilt I
A Silver Watch Holder.
A new wrinkle for the toilet table is
the xvaich I older n nle like a picture
frame It is of ste rling silver and the
watch flts into the opening, where it Is
clamped Into place . o. when the watch
is not in u e '>\ the woman herself,
there Is a preiiv and us.nil clock on
LYDIA. E. PINKHAM
Nature and a woman's work com-
bined have produced the grandest
remedy for woman's ills that die
world has ever known.
In the pood old-fashioned days of
our grandmothers they relied upon
the roots and herbs of tho field to
cure disease and mitigate suffering.
'l'he Indiana on our Western
Plains to-day can produce roots and
herbs for every ailment, and cure
diseases that baffle the moat si Uljd
physicians who have spent yea. a in
the study of drugs.
From the roots and herbs of the
field Lydia E. Pinkham more than
thirty years ago gave to the women
of tho world a remedy for their pe-
c. . . _ culiar ills, more potent and eftiea-
Simole Apparatus^ for Generating cfomthananycombination ofdtUgS.
Lydia E. Pinkbam's Vegetable
anil will i;: -* for several hours in spite Compound is now recognized as tho
of the tart that the liquid is no longer ; standard remedy for woman's ills,
lukewarm. _ Mrs. Bertha Muff, of £15 N.C. St.,
Hydrogen sas will b" generated, e*
raping through the rubber tube, and
tho gas may be used tor any of thi>
experiments described in books on
chemistry. Tt should not be ignited
directly at the end of the tubo unless
fully a quarter of an hour has elapsed
af r the beginning of the efterves-
Louisiana, Mo., writes:
" Complete restoration
means so much to me that for the sake
of other suffering- women I am willing
to make my troubles public.
" For twelve years i had been suffer-
ln(? with the worst forms of female ills.
During that time I had eleven different
" —• w«: gsafasixsssJii ass
cause an explosion on account of the could hardly walk. About two years
oxygen left in the bottle.
A given weight of aluminum dis-
places almost four times as much hy-
drogen as is evolved by the same
weight uf zinc, and some day, there-
fore, aluminum will be used Instead of
zinc for tho Industrial preparation of
hydrogen. The method Is at present
more expensive than the ordinary*
zinc and-acld process, yet it should be
given the preference in several cases
on account of the following two
points of superiority:
1. The gas is free from hydrogen
arsenide, hydrogen sulphide and acid
vapors. Its gri atest purity becomes
especially apparent when it Is used to
inflate soap bubbles. With the class-
ical apparatus the experiment cannot
be made unless the gas is purilied
after leaving the bottle, because the
arid vapors It carries along break tho
bubbles long before the> reach any
- The apparatus is s mplcrand '.he
Ah within another half h - ir '"I eration easier than In the case of
the zinc-atid acid process There is
no ne. d of a Wolff bottle with a con
triv '.- i a for the gradual addition of
-uiall amounts of one of the reagents.
All thv needed alkali is placed in the
bottle at the outset, and the gas is
a '.l iontii ■;.! regularly
until the last bit of aluminum has dis-
appeared.—Sci' alii. - American.
aeo I wrote Mrs. I'inldiam fof advice.
1 followed it, and can truly say that
Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
pound and Mrs. l'inkham's advice re-
stored health and strength. It is
worth mountains of gold to suffering
"What Lydia e. Pinkham's Vege-
table Coni|>ound did for Mrs. Muff,
it will do for other suffering women.
Placing the Half Wilted Flowers
Dainty Bowl of Cold Water.
FOR THE VERANDA
-u:-- - '
ui the veranda, having lhe advantages of both
•"!- ' 1 "i tor much service, and on this account
<>■ '! \ei.uuia one ot the be-' mat. -Inls is the light and
ic -i'es show ti in the site- > 1'iobanlj more ugly furniture
i: ' n shapes to !>o found, however that are good in design
Man> of the most atuaotlve fori i.:n models are being
<->s . \ v
hewing that good taste and sliuplicit) can be obtained
kind f funtitute in tin e models th.1 less complicated system of
' 1 lie Utllio I. I' ,- attractive wicker piece- are sliowti in the
dravv-ag a n itee and a table—both of excellent design.
II wicker turni i are must le simple and ag: .cable in outline, and wi-K
its cut lot i s uts i v.v ..unreliable A long seal or bench i iaced a! >ng
the wa i is vei eomfonahl it well provided with pillows, or a sw aging seat
1 'ai it >•' may b. ut .-ti flow t; bo\. s klv.' an iipp. riunlty for i
lu111 —'tit it - I..-, of color, aud the flower* should be seiccted with letard to
tivc di "i
how those little blossoms on the
ground are withering under the sun's
tbe.v will be entirely dead. Hut had
you not pulled them from th'dr parent
stem the* w ild have lived in y.
many days, to add b. uity and love to
death other fa :er and broiler hlo
Boms would have been on the same
stein with them to take their place
when their n uf Hi,, was expire 1
Now It 11 in girl, do you realize the in
Jtirv mil have done to tho helpless
though helpful, flowers?"
U. le sie d quite still for a minute,
then sbo replied: "Yes, I've been a
naughty girl this morning; but I shall
ucitr, never kill another flrwer just
for the fun of pulling it off the stem.
Ot course, if mamma says to gather
sumo flow, is for the dinner table or to
carry to a siek friend that will be di:
fervnt Then, with your permission,
go.-d Mr- Tiger Lily, I'll gather a few
of the full-blown bio oms. for they
wouldn't live much longer, anyway."
Flowers love to be gathered to
ad.u-u the (tinlng table and to make the
room of a siek ] erson cheerful," said
tho voice "Thev are then put into
nice t .• h water and d not die for
ever so long a time, and their being in
water prevents them from suffering.
Indeed, thev . njoy themselves very
much when doing good It's only when
being ruthlessly destr. yod-as you de-
stroyed so many of them this morning
—that they suffer "
W. I, li.-ver again will a dear little
bs ssoiu suffer at mj hands," declared
I' sic "And If I could put these \ oor
heads bn.k on their necks again I'd do
so And so saying she picked up the
will ertm: '. mis from the ground
and held them I. ndorly In her hau l-
"I know what 1 can do. though." she
added i: c«n put them in a bowl of
fresh water and set them In a cool,
snady i '.ace In my room, where the\
ni.iy feel 1 ippy In adding their fra
grance—what Isn't already destroye !
—to the delicious morning air."
And then Ressie ran to her room
placing the half wilted flowers In a
dainty bow l of cold water. And altuos'
Immediately they b-a.an to open up
srd lr.lt refn .-lied an I happy Oh.
you dear ihlng;.." exclaimed ltessle. "I
shall love you always and always after
this morning': chat
Positively cured by
these Little Pills.
Thoy also rellere Dis-
tress fr??u Dyspepnla, In-
digestion and Too Hearty
Eating. A perfect rem-
|dy for Dizziness, Nau*
ea. Drowsiness, Had
I Taste in the Month, Coat-
Ied Tonjnie, Pnln in the
ISide, TORPID I IVI it.
They regulate the Bowels. Purely Vegetable.
SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE.
Genuine Must Bear
T.. Douglas mnken nml nelTa mnro
in«*n n mid kIkn'r (linn ttiiy
• flier manufrtrmrer In tli<> uorltl, 1m-
mute they h«>ld tl.eir shr p«*. fit better,
an«. wear longer than any other miiko.
Shoes at All Pr cm, for Every Member of fa
Family, Men. Bov$. Women. Missesi Children
V? L Pon.'ln 14 00 Mil $6 00 GdtEd*# Bho« ruinot
An j pric« r L Doulu 12 CO is4
|2 00 aLoea *re th« b^*t In lt« world
yaoi Kuelrt* I J-Tclu*
or- IttUi' \< S«i ui r. NV. L 1 «>U|T
i pri<** ii fi.imped on I- nmn
': to any
t vit t.t IW. « ■ 1. i ' . . ii • frtr.
W. t. DOluHS. 157 Spick Si . Iirndloo. Mm
How old Is (his lady? What la lirr
faiorito study? Will she succeed**
Answers She la over 40. She Is In-
tent on letters She ig bound (o
with old Tiger
Seeing the Sights.
l.lttle B-iv (to his mother, whll.' both
are on a visit to tondon. po -..line ti.
1'lK lienl—Muvver, do you ee that
big clock over there?
Mother (boamlnf on her little on)
Little l<oy— So do 1, muvver.
Smith (to Jones, who has not visited
his club for some time)—Well, old 1
chap, where have you been all this
Jones -O' I've been doing a bit of
ravelin : lat. ;> and finished up by slo
; Iuk a piece of Africa; and. 1 say, 1
j crossed the Niagara Palls in a—(here.
I was Just going to t.-II you what I
i rossed the Niagara Falls la! Can any
of you fellows guess?
Smith—Never in a boat?
Jones-—No Try nsiain!
Jones—No. Something more aerial
than (hat! Give It up?
Smith—Vet, I suppose so.
Jones (triumphantly -In a dream?
Better Than Writ ng Poetry.
Literary work Is all right, but the
surest way to make your name a
household word is to advertise ext«n
K. .-p the breath, teeth, mouth und body
onliseptieally clean nml frre f„.m un.
he lih, (<i-rdl.|ifcanddivmreenhlc ...lor.,
which water, soap and touili prrpurntiona
olone cannot do. A ^
feeling und deodor-
izin| toilet requisite
of exceptional ex-
cellence and cct n-
for inllamcd eyes,
throat and nasal and
uterine catarrh. At
dru< and toilet
stores, 50 cent*, or
by mail postpaid.
Large Tiial Sample
*'TM "Nt.iTH atauir - aoo>
THE PAXTON TOILET CO., Boston, Mass.
tr*ed in its columns >Koulci insi4 upon
having what they •.'it (or, rciostng aM
fuh&tutes or imilattoru.
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