The Kiowa Sentinel. (Kiowa, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 48, Ed. 1 Friday, November 25, 1904 Page: 4 of 4
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To Prove what Swamp-Root, the Great Kidney Remedy.
Will Do for YOU. Every Reader of this paper May
Have a Sample Bottle Sent Free by Mall.
Weak nnil unhealthy kidneys are responsible for more
■lckness and siillerlntf tLuii uuy other dlseuse, therefore, when
through neglect or other causes, kidney trouble is permitted to
continue, fatal results are sure to follow.
Your other organs may need attention-hut your kidneys most.
beoaiiNC tbey do most and attention llr.it.
It you arc sick or "l'eol badly," begin taking l r. Kilmer's
8waiup-Itoot, the great kidney, liver and bladder remedy, because
as soon as your kidneys begin to get better they will help all the
other organs to health. A trial will convince anyone.
| RUSSIA WILL FIGHT IT OUT
I Hold That the Prestige of the Coun.
I try Is at Stake—Russia'. Statement
WASHINGTON: "Russia will pur-
Hue th* war in tho far east to the bit
ter end. that in, until Russia has
I The.s « ar«- the opening words of an
j "rnphatlr Htah-rwnt, niado at the Rus-
sian embassy by Cocut Casslnl, the
J Of late it has been rumored that
he powers would likely Intervene
between Russia and Japan, but this
'b emphatically denied by Count
•"asslnl. Continuing his statement
I "Russia c an ro more admit of Inter
r«-n«nr«' than Ureat Britain could in
'h«* Transvaal war, or than could the
I nlted Htatos in her war with Spain
| Wln-re tho prestige of a country i at
<take nil other considerations an* and
mist be put aside Some people may ,
hink that financial conditions will
Influence Russia to end hostiliftfs
•>ueh an opinion is based on the false
iSHumptlon of Russia's financial r. ■
i wurcei. i hen I no doubt that ftus-
da, whose annual income is Immense.1
cannot be influenced in her attitude
toward the outcome of the war by tin
amount of war expenditures, is it
uot altogether out of the question
hat Russia, who did not expect war.
diould. in the moment when she has
mobilized her army, and is sending
orps after corps in lighting readiness
:o the far east, suddenly call a bait
in hostilities, particularly after she
has for nearly a year, without any
j llfflculty or recourse to extraordinary
measures, been able to carry all the
STOPS SALE OF L '♦JDS
1 Rule Making $10 a Month Payments
Hurts Indian Territory
Ml SKOCiKE" Unless Secretary
Hitchcock modifies his rule compel!-
ins: Indians to accept pay for their
• sod in Installments of $lu a month
the sale of lands in the Creek nation
will be entirely stopped within a few
weeks. Realizing this fact, and de-
siring to spare the Indians much
trouble and financial embarrassment,
Indian Agent Shoenfelt has requested
rhe interior department to make some
changes in the rule Mr. Shoenfelt
believes the problem can be solved
! by allowing him to pay out the money
from land sales to Indians as fast as
they can show their need of it. leav.
ing the amount of <-ach Installment to
his discretion. He says the 110 rule
in working hardships upon some In
dlans who. when the rule was promul
i gated, were building houses. The
contraetors who w r<* doitig this work
ej;ported ro get their pay out of tho
funds realized from the sale of a part j
"f the land owned by the Indians.'
hen the rule was made known they
stopiM ; work, and took mechanics'
liens on the buildings. As winter !
is coming on. some of these Indians
will be Inconvenienced very much,
and some of them may suffer.
Less than one-tenth as much land
Is now being advertised for sale as be
fore the $io rule was made. Most
"t these petitions come from Indians
who do not read the papers, and who
do not know of the now regulations. I
It takes a woman to trust what is
not to be trusted just becauso sho
Tho mild an.I immediate effect of
Swamp-Root the great kidney and
bladder remedy is soon reali/td. It
Stands the highest for its wonderful
cures of tho most distressing eases.
Swamp-Root will set your whole system
right, and the best proof of this is a trial.
63 CorrAus St., Mei.rosb Ma- ^
' Ever Hiiuv* I was in tho Army. I lia.l m.n* or
less kidney trouble, und within the past \.;ir It
became *<> nov.-rc and compile;'.!- I ih.r I
suffered everything uud wusmm h ulunm i mv
strength ui.tl power was fast It uvnu' iim- I suw
an advertisement of Sivamp-It •• a ami wi..n«
anktng for advice. I lava a the ti - of t li.-
medicine and noted iv deeid.'d impr-.v. mnit
after taking Swauip-Root only u >li.a t. tim.-
T opntlnued Its us.-and am thankful t
that I atn entirely cured and strong liV .M i. r
about this, I had a doctor exati
to be very sure anout min. i Had a d.>ct r e\atn
Inn some of mv water to-day ami b«- proin
It all right and In splendid < • >i,.ti t i««n
I know that your p v .
table and does not contain any huiinfui d. . .
Thankitm you for mv complrto pv,,\ -iv ..i, l
veconunendintf SwampRoot to all auflertis
lam Very truly your^.
I. 0. RICHARDSON.
Swamp-Root is not reeorameuded for
everything but it promptly cures kidriev.
liver and bladder troubles, the symp-
toms of which are—obliged to pass your
water frequently night and day, smart-
ing or irritati m iu • issing, brick.lusi
or sediment in .,ne urine, headache,
backache, lame back, dizziness, poor
digestion, sleeplessness, nervousness,
heart disturbance due to bad kidney
trouble, skin eruptions from bad blood,
neuralgia, rheumatism, diabetes, bloat-
ing. irritability, wornout feeling, lack
of ambition, loss of flesh, sallow com-
plexion, or Ib ight s disease.
If your water, when allowed to re-
main undisturbed iu a glass or bottle
f< r twenty-four hours, forms a sediment
or settling or lias a cloudy appearance.it
is evidence that your kidneys and blad-
der need immediate attention.
Nwamn-Root is pleasant to take and
is for sale at drugstores the world over
in bottles of two sizes and two prices—
tiftv cents ami one dollar. Remeuil>er
the name, Swamp-Root, Or. Kilmer's
Swamp-Riiot. and the address, liiug*
bain ton, N. V., ou every bottle.
EDITORIAL NOTE.-In order to
prove the wonderful merits of Swamp-
Boot you may have a sample bottle and
a book of valuable information, both
eent absolutely free by mail. The book
contains many of the* thousands upon
thousands of testimonial letters re-
ceived from men and women cured.
The value and success of Swamp-Root
are so well known that our readers are
advised to send for a sample bottle. Iu
•ending your address to Dr. Kilmer \
Co., Binghaintou, N. V . be sure to sav
you read this generous offer in this
paper. The genuineness of this offer is
E WW YOUR NAME
Please write or till lnt'.iis coupon with your
nam.' ami a Mr, «, ami l r Ktliwr A <o/will
. 1' ; ' Sample hot tic ol Swamp-Wool
tin tircut Kidney Keniedy.
St. and No. .
City or Town
Mention ihla paper.
Paid for Daughter's Opportunity.
That his 17-year-old daughter might
get her chance on the staire, a well-
known English stock broker guaran-
teed the whole of the expenses of a
new production, conditionally upon
his favorite being given, and trained,
for the leading role. The venture
cost him over £7,000, but tho young
lady has since earned a creditable
Traits of Womerv
The woman who looks as If she
would not hurt a fly Is the very one
who would face mice, cockroaches and
sudden death without more than a
first Involuntary shudder. It Is sho
who will effect a daring rescue or a
Ftartling collapse, she who In emer- I
genclcs does not wait timorously for t
Johnny to get his gun, but gets It and
uses it herself.
Median Age of Negroes.
The median ape of negroes is 19.i
years—that is, half the negroes In tho
United States are below that age. The 1
median age Is four years below that of
the whites (23.4 years), a difference
closely connected with the high birth
rato and high death rate of tho ne-
Business Honor in Japan.
In Japan every dishonored check or
note Is publicly gazetted, consequently
very few are dishonored; in Tokio, for
instance, with its 1,500,000 population, 1
only forty-six a month during the year
ended May last.
That out of hundreds of good lini-
ments one is so far ahead of all the
rest—but it's a fact. Hunt s Lightning |
Oil Is in a class to itself, and way
ahead of the next best thing.
Achcs, pains, cuts, bruises, sprains. 1
Bore muscles and stiff joints simply ;
quit doing business when It s applied.
Animated Steel Girder.
A steel girder fell while being hoist-
ed to the top of a San Francisco 1
building and struck a house move's
wooden roller, which ricochetted
j across the street, passed through ,
the window of a crockery store and
swept a fifty-foot counter clear of the
| bric-a-brac, cut glass, dinner sc-.s,
I vases, etc., that were upon it.
Kabo Corsets Get Grand Prize
Sf Louis, Oct. 1G.—It has been an-
nounced that Kabo Corsets, made by
the Kabo Corset Co., Chicago, have
I been given the grand prize and high-
est award by the board of judges at
the Louisiana Purchase Exposition.
If )'■. ■ ^ "-V'-v;>•
A prominent Southern lady, Mrs. L
Blanchard, of Nashville, Tenn., tells how
she was cured of backache, dizziness, pain-
ful and irregular periods by the use of
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound,
, ?EA> "3' — Gratitude compels me to acknowledge the
Kth i y"i'r • eFe.taljIe Compound. 1 have suffered for four years
with irregular and painful menstruation, alsodizzine- - -1' ■-
Rliii atrpr litnitu onrl .i i .« . % ..
-o-..- .—. uiciiou u
and lower lnnbs, and fitful sleep,
would only mean suffering to me
« i*u : . „ 11 T
jus, paiiia iii the back
I dreaded the time to come which
LOGAN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL. GUTHRIE. OKLAHOMA..
To be ready for occupancy Decemberlst, 1904.
COULD NOT TAKE AN OATH INDEBTEDNESS WIPED OUT
nnd will send yoti prospectus
Mm<inC/cSFUL C0L.D' SIL)(ER' COPPER, LEAD, ZINc" AND "uiCKSILVER
Soldiers Cultivate Gardens.
In the French army soldiers are al-
lowed to have gardens in any spare
barrack ground and grow vegetables,
which help out their rations.
Don't It Jar You
To have a cough that you can't
leave off—even when you go to be I?
Put it away for good by using Sim-
mon's Cough Syrup. It heals inflam-
mation of the throat and lungs—gives
jou rest and peaceful sleep.
Happiness Thrown Away.
There's enough happiness thrown
|way to make the whole world con-
Alk Tour Druggist for Alien's Foot-Eas®.
"I tried ALLEN'S FOOT EASE r*.'.-wi-
ly, and have just bought another supply It
has cured uiy corns, aud the hot, burning
and itchlag sensation in my f.-ot whit h was
almost unbearable, and 1 would not l - with-
out it now -Mrs. \V .1 Walker. Camdeu.
J." Sold by all Druggists, >i6a
Paper Printed In White.
The latest thing in Paris journal
ism. a paper bearing the tltlo ef L'ln
visible, made Its appearance on tho
boulevards on October 5. It is printed
In white luk on black carbonized pa-
$100 Neward. SHX).
Th* rftleraof tbl* p p«r l br j to Wn
Chat Oiert; Mt ItM' ■ ne lrrtflr.i : .
abl« to cure tu .i iu itagc*. an 1 tUt t.
< atari ti. Hall'* « a a-rh « ]r* tht •. , p.xito-
curt* Dow known to tLe uied'ia'i (raterultt • alarrii
t;c 1 utc a cooatltutlunal <Ji a«- n-j i ■ • . a r .
llona: treatment. Hail * catarrh « .re I- tak i. ;•
MfMllf. acting dlrec-.jr upon h- I .1 una ••
surfaces f die ayatetn :Her v d v i,k •:
founJatli'n <1 the i .- • i ^n w
strenictli by batl'llng 111- ;he . 1 - uu: n at 1 a i!*-
trig nature In \ dng l' «. i he j.r ; r • .m I ! ■
so mucb fa:tb lu Ita < ura;:*-'p •«. r« ti.a • \ r t
Ods Hundred I- -liar. 1 r ..nv . tbsi It fal.. t
cure. Scud fur ,i t rt-.ttn.
Addrsai V .I IIKNkV <V c . I O
<>ld bv all I ru^K :« y.. .
Take Hal:'# Family Pius f.ir con tlp -;: -a
Pelt Pity tor the Hens.
Harry was visiting in tUe county
end, seeing soino feathers scattireij
In the poultry yard, ho said: "Grand-
ma, can't you do something to keep
your liens from unraveling?"
When Babes Learn to Walk.
Nearly 10 per cent of children learn
'to walk before they are ten months
A good fellow will lavish "smiles"
when he would not think of giving a
hungry man a sandwich.
Qualifications of Dublin Voter*.
To vote in Dublin one must occupy
at least a room at a certain Cental,
and the law authorities have decided
jthat the room the voter occupies must
ihave a ioct, P^tleres wjll not 6uf-
NO MONEY TILL CURED. 27 THIS ESTABLISHED
Hi linif FREE and ooili.M > 23?-,"s(i trutlji on Plln. Filial, mil Dlium ol Ik.
'"i ; •' "•••'" •< • .«. 01 ih.
•irnilla m ' C,B 1 'I'1 «<"> • furnlih their oimn on iptllcaliin'
DRS. TK. RHTON & MINOR,
Duration of Life.
Of 100,000 children ton years old,
80,032 will be alive at twenty-five
years old and 31,243 will survive to
the age of seventy-three.
Horses, Mules Harness; One and
Two-Horse Uaggage Wagons; Lan-
daus, Berlins, Hansom and Four-Wheel
Cabs, Victorias, Ten-Seated Passenger
Coaches, at reasonable prices for
cash. This is surplus equipment pur-
chased on account of the World's Fair.
Address D. Jamison, Superintendent
Passenger and Baggage Departmt
St. Louis Transfer Company, Broad-
way and Spruce street, St. Louis. Mo.
Cheap Municipal Tenements.
The cheapest municipal tenements
are those owned by Dublin, where two
rooms can be rented for 50 cents a
Might Have Been.
When Shakespeare said: "Aye,
there's the rub," we do not know for
certain he was thinking of the Itch.
But one thing we do know and know
it twenty years' worth—Hunt's Cure
will absolutely, Infallibly and Immedi-
ately euro any Itching trouble that
i\er happened to t^io human cuticle.
It's guaranteed. 50c pei box.
European Food for Powder.
In time of war France puts 370 out
of every 1.000 of her population in the
field, Germany, 310; Russia, 210.
Insist on Getting It.
F me grocers say they don't k^ep
Pet!ancp Starch. This Is because they
have a stock on hand of other brands
containing only 12 oz in a packuge,
which they won't be able to sell tirst,
because Defiance contains 16 oz. for
the same monoy.
Do you want 16 o*. Instead of II os.
f r suine money ' Then buy Deflanc*
Starch. Requires no cooking.
World's Most Beautiful Things,
The three most beautiful things la
tho world are roses, white butterflies
and a woman's .heart.
Loyalty to Religious Belief Cost
One Man His Position
Ml'SKOGEE: Loyalty to ills re-
ligious belief will probably cost one
Indian Territory teacher his Job. un-
less he retracts from his decision not
to take the oath required of teachers
t>y the government that he will sup-
j port the constitution of the i'nited
I This teacher has charge of a little
school near Fame, nnd he belongs to
he Seventh Day Adventlst church.
When J. D. Benedict, superinten-
dent of schools in Indian Territory,
last month asked him to take the
with of allegiance he surprised the su-
perintendent that he could not con- j
Bcientlous?.' (Jo so.
"My religion teaches me that it Is j
wicked to go to war." said the teach-
er, "and If I should agree to support
the constitution 1 would have to
fight for the country If called upon to
Increases Bonds for Criminals
Ml'SKOGEE: The criminal term
Df court, in progress here, has demon-
it rated that Judge Louis Sulzbacher
believes in making bonds so high that
there will be fewer of them made for
the purpose of affording a "defendant
j : vehicle to escape the law. The
bonds required by him are very much
I higher than has been the rule of the
: Mher territory judges. A court of-
| fleer stated that if the system of re-
quiring high bonds is to be continued
I If will be necessary to build n stock-
ftde around the federal prisop in the
i western district to hold the prisoners
who will be sent in. because they will
not lie able to make bond. The in-
crease of prisoners is already very no-
General Manager Mahoney Dead
Gl'THRIlC: A dispatch received
here says that .1 J. Mahoney, general
manager of the Fort Smith & West-
ern railway, died at Fort Smith sever-
al days ago of paralysis of the brain.
He was formerly general superin-
tendent of the Winona & Western in
Wisconsin and was prominent in rail-
road circles. Mr. Mahoney was 5."
years of age.
World s rair Managers Have Made
Final Payment to the Government
ST. LOl'IS: The sum of $101,850,81.
'he last installment on the federal !
loan of $4,000,000, made to the man- '
agement of the World's fair several '
months ago, has been paid Into the
I nlted States sub-treasury by the of- ;
licials nf the exposition. This.is the
eleventh payment, the previous re-
fundments having been made semi-
monthly since June 1. The first two
payments made on the loan were 40 i
per cent of the gross receipts of the '
exposition during the periods immedi- 1
ately previous to the payment. Tho
ne.;t eight payments were each the i
minimum amount stipulated in the !
congressional enactment making tho
appropriation, or $.">00,000.
Oil Little Used in Russia.
Notwithstanding (he large produc-
tion of petroleum in Russia the use of
' illuminating oil in the country is small.
It has been limited by a tax on re-
j fined oil. Recently tho Baku refiners
have petitioned the government to
abolish this tax on refined oil for home
consumption and to substitute for it a
tax on all crude oil produced.
Mother Cray's Sweet Powders for Children.
Successfully used by Mother Gray, nurse
In tho Children's Home in New York, cure
Constipation, Feverishness, Bad Stomach,
loething Disorders, move and rctrulato tho
Bowols and Destroy Worms. Over :JO.OOO tes-
Umonlals. At all Druggists, 25c. Sample
t likJu. Address A. S.Olmsted, Lelioy.N. Y.
The Political Shirker.
"I hates," says Uncle Eben, "to see
a man thinkin' he's done his whole
duty as a taxpayer an' a patriot when
he pins a campaign badge on his coat
I1"',1', £ a" ' wanted, and cure if possible. I.ydla E. Pink.
fewshort mo^hi° I'fTr't""1 1'.r;mKht mo and happiness in a
"L 'f, e llko ilnotlll>r person now. J]y aches and naina
pleasant ami easy Seem3 U"d 8Weet -erythu.gS
iinH rSthobrttt;le9 ,^rought nw health, and was worth more than months
under the doctor s care, which really did not benefit me at all I ™ sat.
* 7 medicine so good for sick women as yoSr 'VegeIXfc
S&an I advocate it to my lady friends in need offfl
help. -Mm. B. A Ulan-chaud, 4-2 liroad St., Nashville, Tenn
" — w ith such symptoms as dizziness, faintness, lag-
Btude, excitability, irritability, nervousness,
sleeplessness, melancholy, "all-gone" and
want-to-b'-left-alone" feelings, blues and
hopelessness, they should remember there is one
tried and true remedy. Lydia E. Pinklium's
Vegetable 10111 pound at once removes &uch
troubles. Refuse to buy any other medicine, for
you need the best.
A Severe Case of wnmr> Trouble Cured ^
In l't r>hia.
"Dear Mits. i ... .. «. — I have been
cured of severe female troubles by
tho use of Lydia £, Pink ham's
\ e^etal)lo Compound. I was
nearly ready to give up. but seeing
ymir advertisement I purchased one bottle
rms\r\ flint t *%<• i j , your medicine, and it did me so much
mnro vaSt6H a !jer' and tlm result was so satisfactory that 1
novfr be wUh(mt ft IS'hn^ T ?0W fe,eIi"B like ,a n?w woman. I shalj
that vour Wii.tihU C ■ • m,y testimonial will convince women
Cheerfully given to every ailing woman who usks for it.
He that does K**od to another, does
good also to himself, not only in the
consequences, but in the very act;
for the consciousness of well doing
i is, in itself, ample reward.—Seneca.
LEVIED ON A FREIGHT TRAIN
A Branch of the Rock Island Tied Up
by an Oklahoma Constabl«
LAWTON: A Hock Isinii.l fr-iRhl I
irain was levied upon by J M. Den-
nett, a constable for Beaver town-
ship, just as it was about to leat'e j
Waurika. Several months i^o .*nnie
catile belonging to persons Ihin? in,
the Indian Territory were killed by a 1
train. These persons came over the
line Into Oklahoma and instituted suit
for damages before 0. M Tucker,
justice of the peace at Corum. They
obtained Judgment on threo counts.
Ili<- railroad company permitted tho
matter to go by default and the con-
stable was ordered to attach certain 1
property belonging to it. The en-|
gine to 'he freight train was chained
down as a result. It is believed by
some that Hie cases have been ap-
pealed, but If they have the constable
r.nil justice of tho peace are not aware !
of it, ami the engine is still being I
held. Meanwhile the single freight
train on the Enid Waurika road is
tied up and the dignity of the court
I Sa'T,keTr ^"ed iUnited Cour •« Mult Valley
cafst", klVlel I t:;'' PAI-L8 VAM.KV: The criminal i
,cal sport, kill, 1 Ulley Morgan, a term of the r„, ,,i States dlstrlct'
Mexican saloonkeeper, at Violet, fif- court opened her for a three weeks'
; leen miles south of here, in this conn ; session, with Judge J. Dickerson on
|ty. Morgan ha,I just been released ; the bench. Twenty prisoners were
i from federal custody on bond, nnd brought up from tho federal lall ar
j Stranphn went at him with a knife. Ardmore, and these will be iHn.i •
■ He fl- ' « ' - mea
A\cgctable Proporalion Tor As
slmilatin6 the Food andllce ma-
ting the Stomachs and Bowels of
lM IS.**( Hli.DKl.N
nessandRest.Contains neither |
Opium.Morplune nor Miners I
fanpkin Seed - .
Jlx Smvui * 1
Amaetmd + V
A perfect Remedy forronstinn-
ITion, Sour Slooiach, Diarrhoea
y\ orms,(/onvuisions ,Fc vensli^
ncss and Loss of 9leei
Fac Simile Sigrfature oP
For Infants and Children.
I The Kind You Have
Exact copy of wrapper.
tm® eawTAua company, new voni city. •
Evtryj housewife J floats
afterjusl n g .Def iance
ness to the clothes
them. It is abso;
lutely pure. It is
the most economical
because it goes
•nd costs less than
others. To be had of all
grocers at 16 oz.
THE DEFIANCE STARCH CO,
m1 five shots into the Mexican's iiiK the present term.
I am sure Plot's Curo for O0n|Uir.ptiop Saved
my 11f« tbrco years ago. —Mrs. Thob koYhin*,
>up.e Street. Komrk'li. JJ. V . Feb.
T^ars and solitude are the philoso-
T'mi : ver hear any one complain
about "ijeflance Starch." Th< re is none'
to equal it tn quality and quantity,
ounces, 10 cents. Try It now and iatlf
The drilling of thr oil well at Spen
cer has been suspended for some
An Indian mummy, discovered in
tho Wichita mountains by Dr. iiruwt r
of Lawton, has developed Into a gold '
mine. The doctor sold it to n Mr. I
Studebaker for $.150. It Is now being !
exhibited throughout Texas nnd Lou-
isiana, and it is claimed that a profit j
of $600 was made in one month on
the mummy show.
The Hebrews of Ardmore are ar-
taiming to organize a congregation,
and they propose to build a temple
wherein the Jews may worship.
F. P. Travers and Elmer R. Kerbv.
both of Lawton, have received civil
service appointments under tho gov-
eminent as taggers in connection
with the bureau of animal industry.
Recipe for Contentment.
If you want anything, earn it. And
if you can't get it even after you earn
it, be happy without it.
More Flexible and Lasting,
won't shake out or blow out; by usln*
Defiance Starch you obtain better re-
sults than possible with any other
brand and oae-thlrd mure fur aaxn*
GOLD, SILVER, MCML AND (OPPIR PLATftO
WA\D 4 SON, OKLAHOMA CIIY.
if TOO oi
|)l . . '. i r nn ^ioiitnn t ourta
' ,^ . w,"lnK "ork to [..j bo.id f'.i.itui(i. ■ .
Wri.l , '"<->■< *• H.ilro.. tu, ,..id
wntw toHaj f«r fuU r irtic*!-— ••• v
>• M Mil. -
The full form of tho I'nited States'
court li Mi been begun at South Mr- j
.Alerter, Judge W. 11. H. Clayton pr«
siding. Several murder cases are to
be tried during the term.
ladian Territory, so f„r this season
has ginned bales of cotton!
against iit'>,823 bales last vcar. Ih^ro
are 4ii9 gins in th,- territory, an in-
crease of twnety tivg over last year.
He who is the picture of health
should be in an enviable frame ol
London as a Railway Center.
! There are 391 railway passenger
stations within twelve miles radiul
! of St. Paul's cathedral, bocdon.
i For any old cold just use Cheat- '
ham's Laxative Tablets. They are t
j Birds Unable to Fly Backward.
Strange as it may appear, it Is ■
fcjt Ui^t no bird possesses the power
to fly backward.
Aoai dlty. 0
Is a positive cure for Piles.
Joint property of the two Met bod Urn,. I„
Lnll r.U th°r""Kh « •choU..hlp od helpful
und religion* in.pirit lei, he«.l l>rofe. or . tWe
majority of wham have Utight in -uch univeril-
nn Vandvrbilt. Ann Arh"
Chicago. Colnmbu-, Stanford.
.-.u_ iiiegu of liberal nrta. I
'« in Academy and Muaic,
. , l-*rga t-ainpua of forty-two
p".'f i. "? ■',"«t d. Modern buildiaga.
r .v.lcalf Chemical nnd Riological I^boratortw.
The lint .ea«|0„ begin- September 7, 1 04.
President B. E. McSwaln, Okiahonn, Okl .
corpa of in>tructc
Elocution and Art
Defiance starch is (tuaranteed biggest
♦nd'.byt or. money refunded. It,
ounces."10 ce-ta. Try It na .
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W.N.U.—Oklahoma City—No. 47, 1904
\y 4NTKTV—For the U. s. Arinr, able
te habits, whoqan spn k, rV.TV^i
ti. Frrr '"fnmn.ut. >- -
BECW CHERRY CQlld
SYtm> cures cougtw and cwl
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Vernon, John C. The Kiowa Sentinel. (Kiowa, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 48, Ed. 1 Friday, November 25, 1904, newspaper, November 25, 1904; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc274209/m1/4/: accessed October 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.