The Mulhall Enterprise. (Mulhall, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 45, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 13, 1897 Page: 3 of 4
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Did you ever know a ^o«xl farmei
who was a rihhI politician?
You tan bee something niee in any
man who ffWea •
Any man wko holds a purtie«larly
food job, has a <li»tii»gnished look.
It it the author more than ihe dip-
lomats*, who makes nations love one
man when he
is now in p<>-
It is said, to con
loses his money, ti
•ition to find out who are hia frien
1 hat is no consolation: a man is hap- ttio to tnil her confidentially what
niest when lie doesn't have to know
Who liia friends are.
1 lie worst man you
think s he is the best.
Lunatics arc as rare among Jews as
among bald headed men.
Mrs. Haddington—"I don't like her j
at all, dear. She Is a deceitful woman. |
The other day she tried to get me to I
say something against you."
Mrs. Bubbtngton—"Sho did? How?"
Mrs. Caddington—"Why, she asked
probably ,SANTA FE HELD IP. GOING TO KLONDIKE
TRAIN ROBBED AND THREE
Ilandlta 1'aed I>jrnniulte Freely—Graut
Station, Near Albuquerque, N. M., the
Koene of the Holdup—The Dlaek Jack
(i»n| Suspected — Officer* In Pursuit.
really thought of you!"—Puck.
Hunyadi Janoa is to be (riven a mon-
ument by the Hungarian Nation. Why
Isold Epson Salts being neglected in
this cruel manner?
It is claimed that as much as 00 per
cent, of (•erman paper is now manufac-
tured from cellulose or wood pulp, and
the reign of the rag seems to be ended.
Whenever we see the word "Crisis"
In the newspapers in big fiaring type,
we always skip the item, knowing that
It will be something very uninteresting,
tame and dull.
Very few men have clothes good
•uougli to wear to a wedding, but
nearly any woman can rig up a dress
lit to wear to a wedding or reception on
two or three hours' notice.
When Leavnworth children have
learned.how to spell City Clerk I'ryz-
bylowiez's name, their parents think
they have had enough education, and
they are sent to boarding schools for
K<-h<I i lie Advertise meiita
You will enjoy this pubi
better if you will get into
reading the advertisement
afford a most interesting
will put you in the way
some excellent bargains.
Albuquerquk, N. M., Nov. 8.—The
passenger train of the Santa Fa which
| was held up at Grant's Station Satur-
Wo Edge on the Cat. j day night, reached the city at 11:30
"Just look at that kitten, will you?" o'clock Suuday morning. Conductor
said Mr. Lushforth. "What satlsfae- ' Aldrich states that just as the train
tion do you suppose It gets in chasing enme to a halt at Grant's Station a
imaginary mice?" j fusilade of shots rang out, and as far
"I don't see why you should ask me," i as ho coulJ seo several men boarded
said his wife. "You know more about j l!ie traln« one on tl,e engine. He and
that sort of thing than I do."—Indian- | kngiiieer U- McCarty were on th
:i tion much
a bit of
tliey send what they
tisers arc reliable
Every hour in the day you hear some
"one abusing a merchant. In nine eases
out of ten, the trouble arose over an
account; over the merchant giving
credit, if we could get rid of the
credit system, we would get rid of a
third of our troubles.
Talker—"Yon shouldn't feel so sore
at Jones, lie did Just right in holding
you and preventing a disgraceful fight. I
What if he had let you go?"
Bluffer (caressing a black eye)— I
"Darn it! that's what the fool did."— :
First Furglar—"1 11 have ter get •
Second Hurglar-"What for?"
First liurglar—"Well, if I don't I'll
soon be known to dp police as dr only I
man In de perfeah what don't ride,"— j
One Thing I.mklnj;.
"Well, Tommy, you've got your new
bicycle at last, and I presume you are
"Nome. I'd like to have the flxln' of
the weather now. They's too blame
much rain."—Chicago Tribune.
Smoke Sledge Cigarettes, 5i0 for
If took four l»ig ocean steam ships to
carry Harnuin & I5a: y's t show to Eng-
land. It will stay abroad about three
To Care Constipation Forevff.
Take Cascarets ( andv Cathartic. lOo or tSo,
If c. 0. <'• fiiii t<> cure, drawl h refund money.
down by n
there is no
usas City has
In making for himself a great name
Mr. IYyn.sklentsky. the Russian pianist,
had the advantage of a very good start,
See the advertisement of "5 D-ops,"
Swanson Rheumatic Cure Company, in
another column of this paper. Take
Bdvantago of their splendid offer,
which is open for the next thirty
\Yh:.t has be come <>f the •»■ • I fasl ilo'n-
ed preacher who had nerve ei
preach aganst card playing?
After a man gets mnrried, he takes
more criticism from his employer with-
out sliowii g a disposition to talk bach.
"There is no such thing on earth a®
"Why do you say so?"
"The person who leaves flypaper Of
a chair is never the one who sits down
on it."—Detroit Free Press.
Wanted a Monopoly.
Miss Asklns—"I'm sure you had a
fine tinie with all those young ladies
at the seashore."
Tcodles—"Not very good. There waa
another man there."—Puck.
lie Was On to Iter.
Wife—"Why, Reginald, these trous-
ers have no pockets in them!"
Husband—"I know. I expect to save
enough by not having them to pay foi
the whole suit."—Judge.
Not That Kind.
"Fay, Rill, didn't you say that
matches were made in heaven?"
"Well, ycr can't fool me on the smell
of that one."---Life.
ii- The easiest story to start is a mar-
to rying story.
: Any man who holds a particularly
good job, has a distinguished look.
Did you ever know a good farmer
who was a good politician.
V T V"
or Colds, for Asthma, Bronchitis, Croup, Whoop-
ing Cough, and all Throat Troubles or Lung Dis-
eases, you can't beat and you can't better
^ 'Y' y ^ ^ i
Half size bottle, 50c.
platform, but ran and caught the
train as it was moving out. The lire-
man, Henry Abel, was compelled, at
the point of a revolver, to pull the
train up to the stock yards, about two
The conductor, fully realizing that
something was wrong, left the train
at the stock yards, where the robbers
had ordered the train stopped, and ran
back to the station, telegraphing the
news to Division Superintendent Hub-
bard at Gallup and Sheriff llubbcll.
In the meantime, however, the rob-
hers, who wore false beards and were
| unmasked, cut the mail coach, day
coach, chair car, and the Pullman
sleeper from the engine and express
car, and the fireman was again ordered
to pull the latter further up the road.
They commenced dynamiting tho ex-
' press car. and the third explosion blew
: out one end of the car, Abel being
, forced to assist the robbers.
| Once inside they picked out a safe,
' which they surmised contained con-
siderable money and valuables, and
placed on it a stick of dynamite, a few
: lumps of coal on tho dynamite and
; then attached a fuse, which they lit
I and blew a hole iu tho sufo. They
helped themselves to a number of
| packages containing gold and silver
1 coin, which they placed in a sack, and
then left the car, going in the direc-
tion of the Malpoi rocks, where their
horses wore picketed
| Tho express car was on fire, nnd
Abel thoroughly frightened, and after
seeing the robbers at a safe distance,
backed tho engine and express car
| !nto the other portion of the train left
standing at the stock yards, and in
consequence the express car, day
coach and chair car were telescoped
and all three destroyed by fire.
Express route agents state that the
robbers did not get into tho most val-
uable safe, which, with two others,
were badly warped and damaged
by fire They think, however, that
the robbers secured several hundred
dollars, but the exact amount will not
be known for soino time, as all the
papers and records of the car and safe
were burned in the fire. The baggage
was all removed beforo the fire got
under headway and saved.
The passengers were not molested.
United States Marshal Foraker is
satisfied that the origiual Rlack Jack
gang of desperadoes is responsible for
this crime. He says there are eight
men iu the band, and last week he
had informatton that they had re-
turned from Mexico and were in Ari-
It is feared before their arrest can
>e effected the Rlack Jack trang will
Aave reached their mountain hiding
place and be free from arrest until
Mexico can be prevailed upon to con-
sent to their extradition.
r V ^ LA1HAKHC ^
Is prevented by "vacclnaiion.- Mortality in U. S A. during
last 2 years reduced to one third of one per cent. Thousands
of Herds successfully vaccinated. Testimonials, etc.
PASTEUR VACCINE CO.,
56 Fifth Avenue, Chlcafto.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. NONE GENUINE WITHOUT OUR TRADE MARK.
Save Your Shoes
"Shoe-Saver" makes all ehoee wear longer—
prevents cracking—send five a-cent stamps and
we will nuil you enough for a do/en pairs of shoe*.
Household Necessity Co., New York City,
A new Metal, guaranteed 10 wes
K-e. or m-iid SO etn for ti S|mh.ii
yt. M, liarlford Silverware C
want Agents t<> Introduce
1'kritvian NILVKIt wakk
il to wear .*) years. Circular*
ii sdooiih with your Initial.
Ask your dealer for
AshGroveLime .The Best on Earth.
BET RICH v;11»j;f^;iy.w^3.ror
UHH. AK TATK&ll'ilII». N.Y.
'V* Thompson's Eye Water
Mullets Can't Pierce It
New York, Nov. b. — A public exhi-
bition was g-iven in the Twenty-ninth
Regiment Armory in Brooklyn yester-
day by W. Leonard Footo, inventor of
"the bullet-proof autodynauiio ar-
mor," and was witnessed by several
foreign officials and others interested
in armor. A Winchester and a Krag-
Jorgensen rifle were used in the test,
and a block of the armor, about two
and a half inches thick, was used. A
number of bullets were fired at it, but
in no case did any of them go through
or leave a mark of entrance.
Florida Hotel Hurned.
St. Augustine, Fla., Nov. 8.—The
San Marco, one of the finest and most
commodious hotel properties in this
city, was burned to the ground this
morning by incendiaries, entailing a
loss of about $250,000, with less than
850,000 insurance. Tho incendiaries
had cut the fire bell rope and steam
whistles had to be used to call out the
I'neblo Hank Cashier a Suicide.
Pueblo, Col., Nov. 8.—Hiram L.
Holden, cashier of the Central Na-
tional bank of this city, committed
1 suicide by shooting himself through
tho head. A coroner's jury rendered
a verdict that tlie act was committed
while Mr. Holden was temporarily in-
sane. Examination of his books show
: them correct to a penny.
Webb City Man Aasaaslnated.
Webb City, Mo, Nov. 8.—George
! Patten, a well known young man of
this city, was assasinated at 6 o'clock
i yesterday morning by being shot
| through tho right breast, causing in-
j stant death. The coroner is holding
an inquest and several suspects are
! held pending the verdict.
Steamship to Carry » Tarty of SOO
rroin New York.
! New Yohk, Nov. 7. -The steamship
I City of Columbia, which will leave
this city for the Klondike gold
region via Cape Horn on Decern-
ing 1, was visited yesterday at her
dock, foot of East Ninth street, by
over 5,000 people, half of whom were
women aud children. Nearly all of
the 300 uien and women ulready
booked for the passage visited the
steamer during the hours it was open
for inspection, besides a large number
of invited guests. Among tho latter
i were II. A. Herbert, former secretary of
the navy, General II. V. ltoyntou, li. V.
Catnack of Philadelphia; the vener-
able ex-secretary Nicholas Kiddle; C.
I'. Huntington utid It (). Mills and a
delegation of seventy-live business
men and bankers of 1'hi I adel phi a. who
arc interested in the project of scud-
, ing out the Columbia
Kixty of the p 'gors already
booked are females, me majority o!
whom are married women. There are
a few widows among them. The men
in the party include six lawyers, one
banker and twelve Yale students, who
have abandoned their studies for the
perils of the Klondike. The passen-
gers come from all over this country
STEEL ARMOK MONOPOLY.
The Carnegie and lletlileliam Companlea
Have Secured Krupp's I.ateat Patent.
Pittsburg, Pa., Nov. 8.—The Car-
negie and Bethlehem steel companies
have no idea of abandoning their ar-
mor plate plants, erected at a great
expense, and have, in pursuance of
this idea, acquired tho new Ivrupp
process for the hardening of nrmor
plate. The use of the llarveyizing
ovens at Homestead will be abandoned
unless purchasers of armor plate
specify that procesa
European military establishments
have been interested for several
months in a new process of finishing
urinor plates perfected at the Krupp
works of Essen, Germany. The pro-
cess is a secret thus far to tho public,
but its use, it is claimed, hardens the
surface of a plate to a greater depth
than the llarveyizing method, it is
said the Carnegie aud Bethlehem com-
panies have acquired the exclusive
right for America to use tho Krupp
In that event theso companies will
be able to monopolize the arinor plate
business in America, provided the new
process nttains the superiority claimed
for it If Congress should decide upon
the erection of an armor plate plunt,
I tho government will not bo able to
obtain armor made in accordance with
! the new process invented by Krupp.
The price paid for the Krupp process
is being and will be kept a secret.
IMPEACHMENT FOR A CHIEF
laparlieclier of the Creole* Formally Ac-
cused of Various Misdeeds.
Muskogee, I. T.,Nov. 8.—The IIouso
of Warriors of the Creek nation has
voted to file articles of impeachment
ngainst Principal Chief Isparhechcr,
charging him with being a particeps
criminis with the warrant committee,
who approved 8811,030 in fraudulent
warrants. There are several other
charges against him, among which are
that "he paid N. B. Moore 81,000 with-
out an appropriation being made by
the council; that he misapplied 8-1,000
which was appropriated and placed in
his hands to be used in removing in'
truders from the nation; that he re-
fused to authorize the second chief to
take his place in the executive office
during his absence in Washington,
and that he appointed and commis-
sioned two delegates to Washington in
violation of law."
A committee lias also been appoint-
ed to examine tho accounts of Treas-
NO SPANISH NOTE NOW.
The President Will Reaerve the Anawet
to Woodford for Ilia Message.
Washington, Nov. 5.—The full text
of tho Spanish reply to tho note of
United States Minister Woodford
reached the state department and is
now under examination by the ofli-
cials. So far as can be learned it is
I not the intention of the administra-
tion to make it public now, but it is
j said that the President will make this
i note and the correspondence leading
up to it tho basis for ono chapter of
; his forthcoming message to congress.
■ Meanwhile it is no4 believed probable
I that any radical change in policy will
■ characterize tho correspondence be-
J tween the two countries unless some-
| thing unforeseen shall occur.
Will Keep a Doctor Out o1
the House Half the Year.
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largest i.al« ever known. Kor your vest p<
t>..ttli> |ir#v#nta M5 eoitla after ospoanrc. w
lar In pa|>#r and mall at our rlak. THt moat'rtmc
nhlr rheumatic rtmrdy tvtr vrtxlucrd Hy mail 01
A. Thompson, M.O.. 1002 N. Broadway, St.Louii.l
Bur direct. (i#t lh#
b#«t. At Fnctorj Price#.
Warranted 10 )#arai ail
attachment* for tanr?
work. A'o Af»n#y <r» ati-
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to |19 Cos regular ji
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Band for lam#cataii
ELY MF'O CO
iMwt Couyh syrup.
—' you buy, and aav# monay.
307-309 Wabash A*#., Chicago.
In tlmo. Hold by druiudat*. ■
Three Glrla and a Hoy Hiuln by a Tramp.
Montreal, Nov. 6. — Near Kawdon,
Montcalm county, province of Quebec,
a farmer named Nully returned from
a visit to find his three daughters,
aged 18, 10 and 14, and his lu-year-old
son murdered. Three large parties
aro searching the woods for a tramp
supposed to bo the murderor.
Cuban Financial .Scheme.
Havana, Nov. 5.—According to a
dispatch from Mndrid, tho Spanish
government intends to enter into a
contract with the llank of Spain at
Havana, under which tho bank will
undertake the management of the Cu-
ban treasury, tho lottery and the
other financial concerns of tho island.
lilanco Undoing Weyler'a Work.
Havana, Nov. 0.—Captain General
Blanco will shortly issue a decree
abolishing for two months tho import
duties on cattle. He will also abro-
gate tho decree as to concentration of
country people In the cities.
Fatal Ksploalon at Milwaukee.
Milwaukee, Wis., Nov. 8.—By an j
explosion at the Illinois steel works |
last evening five men wdto injured, j
A It«*k;iiI»t Ion French Duet.
PARIS, Nov. 7.—a duel was fought
yesterday between Albert Carre, man-
ager of the Theater I)u Vaudeville
and M. Servanines, editor of the Paris.
The former received a scratch on tho
arm. The encounter grew out of an
article published in the Paris, con-
taining allusions to the private affairs
of M. Carre, which he resented as in-
Democrat# Give Up Ohio I.eglatiatnre.
Columbus, Ohio, Nov. 8.—The Dem-
ocrats have apparently abandoned all
further efforts to contest the election
of Republican representatives in close
countics. The Republican majority
of five on joint ballot in the general
assembly will probably not bo changcd
unless the fusionist members in Cin-
cinnati vote with the Republicans.
Arizona Hill I# Dead.
Woodward, o. T., Nov. 8.—W. ii
Grought, known all over Western Ok-
lahoma as Arizona Hill, was found
dead in a dugout near here. He
lived entirely alone, and had died of
hunger and exposure while sick. He
is believed to have a family at San
Senator Wolcott Arrives.
New York, Nov. h.—Senator Ed-
ward O. Wolcott, of Colorado, and
General Charles J. Paine, arrived here
last night on the steamship Campania
Senator Wolcott asked to be excust
from saying anything of his miss,
A mau who is really clever, never
talks about times being dull. If your
buisness is dull, don't admit it; the
real clever men spend the time others
devoted to whining, to attempt to iui-
prve their buisness.
Here is another funny thing about
marriage: A man and his wife will sep-
arate, after years of qurreling, but us
soou as the husband commits suicide,
bis wife hurries to get a sight of the
body, aud "take on" at a great rate. If
a woman keeps away from a man
when he is alive, she should keep away
from him when he is dead.
The Kansas women who play whist
in the day time claim that they do not
neglect any of their household duties
in doing it Don't you believe it Wo-
men say lots of things you are not al-
lowed to deny, but the law gives every
man the right of his own private opin
The Cherry sisters declare thej
going to Klondike. It is well. With
fifty cents apiece, they are rea-
sonsblv sure of respectful attention.
When a woman goes to tha depot to
take a train, we can tell how far she
is going by the size of her valise.
You can pat a boy on the head with
propriety until ho is twelve, but you
must stop patting a girl on the head
wheu she pusses eight.
slain liy I'olaon.
Not the |>oiaon tbat tho covert aranaain n lmm
lst#rs in the drink, thr food, or aotne other tMliec.
but the )>oiaou of malaria shorten# tho llvi-s of
nayrlada. There ia a aafe anil certain anliilot.-
Hoatetter'a Stomach Kilters, which not only
fortitlea the system ngnm*! malaria, but r ota
out Its seeds When they have K'-rmmntcd l>>>
pei'Sia constipation, rheumntic. liver and kidney
troublo are conquered by die Hitters
A church woman never feels that she
has squared herself for attending ser-
vice at some church other than her
own, until she bos apologized to her
There \h mora Catarrh in tills section
ef the country than all other diseases
put together, and until the last few years
was supposed to be tncurabb . l*'or a crcut
many years doctors pronounced it u io.-al
disease, aud prescribed local remedies. atv«
by constantly falltiiK to cure with lo.-al
treatment, pronounced it Incurable s.
•nee has proven catarrh to be a constitu-
tional disease aud therefore requires con-
stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney At
Co. Toledo. Ohio, Is the only constitu-
tional cure on the market. It Is taken
Internally In doses from 10 drops ti- a
toasooonful. It acts directly on tho
blood and mucous surfaces of the sya-
tam. They ofTer one hundred dollars for
any caiie it fails to cure Send for circu-
lars and testimonial*. Address
F. J. CHF3NEY & CO.,
Kent's commentaries: "When the
spirit of liberty lioa fled aud truth and
justice are disregaded, private rights
can be easily sacrificed under forms of
The villages of Ramona and Lost Spr- '
ings in Marion County. Kas . are singu-
lar in having no vacant houses, no idle
men or boys, no tiplers aud better than
all, no dogs.
The professor of poetry at Oxford uni-
versity is dead. The cable dispatch does
not say wheather be was shot at or
treated for appendictis.
Twelve pounds is rather an unusual
weight for a new baby but it must be
remembered that the Clevelands are
not ordinary people.
An English juror once asked the
judge, after the verdict was returned,
whether the fact that he differed from
his eleven brethren justified their
knocking iiim down with a chair!
About 100 years ago starch was used
only for stiffening tho frills around
the necks of the ungodly. Religious
people called it tho "devil's liquor,"
and regarded its use a» highly repre-
The lack of room in Rhode Island
was made painfully apparent last
week when a cow in that stale swal-
lowed a foot ball.
Kvil must come upon us headlong if
morality tries to get on without relig-
I dread the losing hold of forms.
There must bo forms, yet I hate the
need for so many sects and separate j ^
To decry one original poet iu order <
to magnify another is like despisiiiK an ' I
oak tree because you prefer a beech and ! '
almost as sensible. ^
\ ice sometimes appears to me as tho
shadow of idleness. I do not feel hor-
ror when I see sin and misery bud
| shame for the sake (»od.
All the magazines and daily newspa- j
I pers which pounce upon everything i
I they cun get hold of demoralize lit- j
j era t lire. The pgo gives an author no'
time to ninture his works.
The higher moral imagination en- j
| slaved to sense is like an eagle eaught
j by the feet in a snare, baited with car-
rion, so that it cannot use its wings to
Provklenee <-vt*r a credit for
taking care of a fool that should be
given to the fools wife.
NN hen you hate a man, and say mean
things slmut him. you ought to hear
what he says about you.
Times are so good in the Short Grass
Country this year, that a millonaire
out there now has us much as eleven
or twelve thousand dollmrs.
W hen a man looks prettv well, hotel
clerks say he has a "nice front"
\N hen a man's wife does not behave
herself, he can't return to his mother.
A Kansas City telegraph messenger
is named Quick.
Leadville, whose mining district is
only a few miles square, has produced
since 1870 over ~oo million dollar's
worth of gold, silver, lead, etc.
Microbes should be eaten with red
pepper and a dash of lemon according
to the statement of a Chicago scientist,
why says that the oyster is simply an
aggregation «>f microbes.
A man whose principal pleasure in
life is eating, soon gets the dyspepsia,
and cant enjoy that
A man who speaks only kind words
of people, seldom talks to much.
Kvery woman secretly envies the wo-
man who can get out of work by
falling over in a faint.
When a sensible girl gets hold of a
good position, she never resigns, never
marries and never dies.
ps both rider and siJdle r>.
fectly dry in the hardest storms.
Substitute, will disappoint. Ask for
iB-17 Fish Hrand I'ommel Sin ker—
it is entirely new. If not for sale in
•• for catalogue to
■I TOWI I/. Hoston. Mass
mily Pills are the boat.
Tho power of practical creation seems
to be utterly ignored now. This mod-
ern realism is hateful and destroys all
poetry. No man with an imagination
can be tied down for his ideal.
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sarint of charming flgurr-pleces, faithfully copied In
colors snd embossed In Kold, is recognized every
where us a moat charming piece of color-work.
Every new subscriber receives it without sddltionni
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The more a careless man tries to in-
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hopelessly ho becomes entangled.
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To men (plain envelope). How. after ten
years' fruitless doctoring, I was fully re-
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Having never married, changed her
occupation, or died, a certain Atchison
Kansas woman doesn't know if she is
popular, or not
Educate Tour Rowrla With Caecareta.
It is essv for a woman to win a place
where she will be long and tenderly re-
membered; all she has to do is to be
generous in cutting pie for the boys.
I believe my prompt use of Piso's Cure
prevented quick consumption.—Mrs. Lucy
Wallace, Marquette, Kan., Dec. 12, '95.
A satisfaction in not being a member
of any lodge or society is found in the
fact that a man thus misses any reso-
lutions being passed upon his death.
TO CtTRK A COLD IN ONR DAT.
Take Laxative Urnmo Quinine Tablets. AH
Druggists refund the money if it fails to cure. 25c
It is a clever man who can write a
satisfactory obituary, but it requires
great genius to write a satiisfsctory
notice of a wedding. We never knew
a man who could do either.
No-To- Bac for Fifty Cants.
Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes weak
Ben strong, blood pure. MJc. 91. All druggists.
A boy has his best times when no
sttempt is made to entertain him.
Star Tobacco is the lending brand of
the world, because it is the best.
You can,t make a boy smart by nam-
ing him for a president.
*ra. Wlaalow's Ssstklsg Kyrup
For children teathlng.aoftsas th« guaia red urea Inflam-
atloa, allays pala, cures wind eulic. Xd cent* a bottle.
Education, as we call education,
would have spoiled John ISright
In a war we English do not listen to
arguments until we sre victorous.
A poet needs inspiration for his work
and an undcitaker experation.
el propo-ition was made not long
n^ii to the Receivers of the Kultimore &■
Ohio Railroad. The H. & O has a branch
running from what ix known as Alexandria
Junction, near Washington, to Shepherd's
on the Potomac River, where a car ferry
is operated iu connection with the lines I
leading south from the Capitol. A pro
fessor of an eastern college desired to lease |
this short stretch of track for the purpose j
of educating voting men iu practical rail- j
l oad work fu his letter lie explained that |
he thought there was a wide Held for bright
and energetic hoys who could be thorough-
ly well grounded in the practical side of
railroading, provided they could be edu-
cated on a regular line of road. He be-
lieved that by the employment of veteran
railroad men as teachers that the boys
could profitably spend 2 or JI years work-
ing as trainmen,Hroinen.engineers, switch-
men, station agents, and iu other capaci
ties required in the railroad service Ah
this branch of the R. \ <>. is of considera
lile value the Receivers were compelled to
decline the offer
Lodging house keepers in Germany
have to give notice to the police imme-
diately on the arrival and departure of
any of their guests.
Everybody Hays 80.
fascaretR Candy Cathartic, the most wonder-
ful medical discovery of the age, pleasant and
refreshing to the taste, act gently and positively
on the kidneys, liver aud bowels, cleansing the
entire system, dispel colds, cure headache,
fever, habitual constipation and biliousness.
Please buy and try a box of C. C. C. to-day; 10,
2.ri, N» cent. Sold and guaranteed to oure by all
When Major Andree started out for
the North pole the last time he ought
*0 have taken some one along to iiud
hi in if he got lost.
Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoke Your Life Away.
To quit tobacco easily and forever, be mag-
netic, full of life, nerve und vigor, take No-To-
Bac, the wonder-worker, that makes weak men
strong. All druggWts, 60c. or 11. Cure guaran-
teed Mooklet and sample free. Address
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or New York.
Malvern, Ark., savs:
Used Dr. M. A.sInimonH
Liver Mi'diclne 10 years,
and lind it a great deal
bolter than "Zellln's
Regulator" and "li lack
Draught." It baa been of
great benefit to my I >11 ligh-
ter ami Niece during their
monthly troubles for Ob-
There should be no home
The Tu 'n of tlf«. _
The cessation or mo menses wmnuyoA*
Cnrs between the ages of fortv and fifty,
tircnt irregularity takes place in the periodlo
discharges for some tlmo before tho final
cessation, tho female usually experiencing
sudden flushes of heat, fullness in the head*
headache and other evidences of constitu-
tional disturbance. The nervous system
discouraged aud baa a wenaoof fullneaaor
At no tune in her life does a woman need
more constant care and watchful tender-
ness, nor has more need fir a remedy to
invigorate and strcngthe- 1 Tho bowela
should be kept regular witb * I. A. Sim*
loons Liver Medicine,and if Dr. Nlnimot
Squaw Vine Win
©f this critica
The report that I dislike Americans
is wholly without foundation, though
it is true that I have proteated against
the manner iu which aome of the
American publiahers have pilfered my
no Wino is used during the whole
ical period, it will invigorate and
cnricn ner blooi^ soothe und strengthen her
nerves and thus relievo the suffering and
enable her to past* saftdy through the dan-
gers, prolong her life and afforducr itflflflgtli
And Joy in her declining years.
Pine bluff, Ark., wrlteti
I>r. M. A. Simmons Liver
• _ Medicine has been a God
I a send to myself and family
I ■ for 20 years. It cures Chill*
and feveri, Itlllona Fev-
ers, Sick Headache. I
think there is no compart,
son between It and "Black
| Draught" aud "Zellin't
Fullneis of Blood in Head.
Where there ia great determination Of
blood to the head, the blood vessels of the
brain become greatly congested, and there
exists flushed face, giddiness, especially on
Stooping, and throbbing pain in the head,
increased by movement. It may be cansed
by living too froely; tco late rising in the
morning, combined with an inactlvo life.
Menstrual derangcmenU iu females will
often occasion it. I>r. Simmons Squaw
Vine Wine ia especially xnado lor Una, tad
FOR 30 DAYS YOU CAN TRY IT FOR 25 CENTS.
CATARRH, ASTHMA, LA GRIPPE
up, Sw elling, I.
E claim and can prove our statement that morn cures have been
effected by " CT I \i C H P A DO" during the last two
years than ■ I V C UnvrO other remedies
combined. It cannot fall More than 1,000,000 People Cured. As a
positive cure for KheuniMlliin, 8ciatlea, Neuralgia, l>ynpep»la. Itack-
clie, Anthuia, Hay Fever, CMtarrh, ttleepleainesa. NcrvoiunVn, Ner-
ous und Neurwlifie Headache*, Heart weukneHS. Tool liMehe. K.arache,
\ Urlppe, Malaria, Creeping Nuuibnens, etc., etc. '?» DKOPS" has never
ips" Is the most concentrated and powerful specific known. No dis-
Istbo deeply rooted or painful toyleld tothis wonderful medicine.anil relief is usually felt the
very tlrst night. What it hus already done to relieve suffering humanity Is told in letters of grate-
ful praise from thousands of hearts once sickened aud heavy with pain, now painless and happy.
(ientlemen 1 can har<tly And words to •xpreim mv icrititude 'or what your "5 PROPS" ha* J»ue for
dip. 1 hate taken but <>n« bottle of th« mmllcino, anil I feci Ilka a nfw vernon. I liavo tnk<-n all kin/a of mcnl
clnet, but aU together did not do ina aa niU' h ifoo<l at tlio ilrnt dona of your •• 6 l)R< >| s." I rec *.unended
your mcdii'lna to nm of my neltfhbom ami It helped lilm right away, lie had been ualnff medicine* and dor
torlnic but nothing seemed to do him any good. I believe tha Lord haa aant your medicine, and if they will
only have faith, It will cure them of their rhaumatinni. 1 almost believe It would bring a dead mau to life
attain; such It my faith In tha medicine. 1 am now 9t yeara of age. Very respectfully yours, C. H. B.
CKOSBY, llowers Hill, Va.
e a day Is a dose of this great remedy, and
tTerers to make a trial of Its wonderful
curative properties wo will send out during the next thirty daya 100,000 sample
bottles for is cents each, prepaid by mail -send to-day. Even a sample bottle will convince you
of Its merit. Best und cheapest medicine on earth. Large bottle (300 doses) 11.00. Not aold by
druggista, only by u» and our agents. Agent* wanted in now territory. Writ® us today.
Tor Thirty Bays. 3 Lane Bottles, for $2.50.
8WANSON KIlKtMATlC' CL'KK CO., 107-lUtf Dearborn St., CHICAGO, ILL.
Remember thia V/
^ St. Jacobs Uil*
Coses Rheumatism, NcunaLOiat
sctsuis, LUMiAao, Sprains,
Bnuiece, •oacMtas, STirrntas,
Kvery homeoeeker should address althar J. P.
MKltKY, A. U. P. A.. Manchester, Iowa; W. A.
KKt.I.i>ND, A. O. P. A., Loulavlile, gy., or S. O.
HATCH, P. P. A.. Cincinnati, O., for a free copy of
II.I.INOIS tlNIKtl, It A I l.ltOAD'8
KOU I'llI'.KN llOMKNt.KKKR** OVIDK.
GET THR OEM IS15 AMTICI.lt!
lili.e | III* Hon and llknil
Nkiiiiaska City, Neb., N
Kalpli Van Horn, n farmer, li
I'madlllu, shot his 5->'car-ulUBi*nnd
then committed sulcido. Horn
\vw 'lightly derunged
Walter Baker & Co.'s
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious.
CoBtB hcaa than ONl$ CENT a cap.
Be sure that the package bears our Trade-Mark.
Walter Baker & Co. Limited,
(Rstablished 1780 )
. ' His O for uunatural
I diNrbiirxtts, liitUniuiHtioai,
r Ulrei all'.os
i.W'hn, und nut aatriu«
UTHEEvANSChEMICAIGo. K'-Ut or poisououa.
Mold by ■
Write CAPT. O'PARRBLL. Pension A|Mt,
|425 New York A venue, WA5MINQT0N, D.C.
nUUrlNb^r,"""* - "
.Samples fTSe FA*
uited SuSst tutos for Plaster
■amlu aeormu os..csm<sM3.
W.N.U. WICHITA. NQ.4Q.—1«97
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Scarr, James H. The Mulhall Enterprise. (Mulhall, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 45, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 13, 1897, newspaper, November 13, 1897; Mulhall, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc286285/m1/3/?rotate=90: accessed October 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.