The Orlando Herald. (Orlando, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 8, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, November 3, 1899 Page: 1 of 4
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Orlando, Logan County, O. T„ Friday, November 3, 1899.
HOW DID YOU SLEEP LAST NIGHT?
Well you are just the ones we want to see, Now, we expected cold weather, therefore we pur-
chased during the summer while they were cheap-a large line of Blankets and Comforts. Of
course, we have sold some of these already, and those who are using them report a warm time
in the old town each nipht." This week we will make a special elfoit to pkice this line of
Blankets and Comforts before you. Alsc our beautiful stock of Hoods and fascinators. ou
will find our store hanging full of them. Don't Fail to price and Examine Them ! As
to nrices we do not maKe a specialty of Cheap Stuff, but of good, substantial Goods. And
when a merchant advertises a 50c blanket for 35c, and a 75c blanket foi oOc and so on,
people know there is something wrong. They are judges of value and when we te 1 you
we have a Good 10-quarter Blanket worth 50c for 50c and worth 7.>c ior 7oc Etc. ttc.
they expect and know they will get their money's worth-no more, no less.
Call on Us and Judge for Yourself.
WATCH OUK WEST WINDOW.
Terns for G-ccd G-ccds,
The Home Annuity Association.
Orlando, O T., November 1, 18)9
Editor of Tub Herald,
A copy of the Cushing Herald of Oc
lutier 27 lias been handed rae, and
therein I nee, at least, » column article
relative to tlie Home Annuity ns-ocia
tlou "f St. Louis, the same association
which organized some months ago in
Orlando with such a blare of trumpet"
that we all thought here ia a "good
thing," until an investigation was
commenced. The editor of the Lush-
ing Mieet says that in a former Ibsub
of hie paper nil item rtlUcling on the
Home Annuity had appeared because
a letter had been writteu by "James
Vandeveliter, a saloon keeper, who
bad beeu expelled from Hie association
and further comment was unnecessa-
ry." I beg to ask the Cushing editor
why is further eommeut unnecessary ?
Did I write the Cushing editor any-
thing or solicit him to publish any-
thing derogatory to ai.y assoclatiou?
No, but on the other hand the Cush-
ing editor Wrote me a personal letter
requesting me to write him full par-
ticulars about this association, and
reading hie letter between the lines, il
was too clear that the said editor
was for sale, I declined to answer his
letter. My conjectures were cornet.
Now, Mr. Editor of the Cushing
Herald, wheu did you learn so much
about the insurance laws of Missour.
that you boast so much about exam-
ining? Why did you not publish th«
letter from the Commissioner of Insur-
aucu of Missouri in full? Why don't
you publish what the Fourth Nation
ul bank of St. Louis says about the
deposits of tlio Home Annuity ussocia
lion? Have you seen any report
from the commercial agencies relative
lo this "outfits" financial standing?
Coine to Orlando and examine a few.
You intimate that I was expelled
Who expelled me and what for ? Did
I lie Orlando assembly expel me? If
so when diii ihey meet and do it ?
Don't you know that the Orlando as
setuhly has no more meetings and
has not hail any since this investi-
gation commenced. Why did W. H.
Howe, of the Howe Mercautile Com-
pany, discontinue Ills support ? Why
did J H. Ogle, J W. Powers, J. 8.
Diehl. D. A Bowman and others drop
the Houie Annuity association after
taking cut tbtir policies? Wetej
II your liver i3 out of order, causing
Biliousness, lick Headache, Heart-
burn, or Constipation, take a dose of
On retiring, and tomorrow your di-
gestive organs will be regulated and
you will be bright, active and ready
for anv kind of work. This has
been tine experience of others; it
will be yours. HOOD'S PILLS are
sold by all medicine dealers. '25 eta.
these men who are gilt edge mo-ally,
financially, and in every other respect,
expelled? You made inquiries at
Stillwater. Why dou't you publish
the tesull ? You telI your readers
that you have examined the printed
matter, "by laws, elc." Why dou't
you publish the "pink" note and the
"white" note arid let them speak for
themselves and not apologize for
theui ? Why did you not publish the
sick belli fit receipt, Mr. Editor? Will
you deny that tlie sick benefit receipt
does not turn up as a note? 1 dare
you to'publish the sick benefit receipt
and the one Dr. Taylor sent to Cush-
ing for your inspection. Nosubstitute
goes. You may have some piuk ink
I will say further that Mr. Oeorge
Jausen who organized the lodge here
promised to furuish a full and com-
plete statement regarding the finan
cial condition of the Home Annuity
association, This be has failed to do.
Misemer, who seems to own this in-
surance company, agreed to furnish
proof of the solidity of his company,
and 1 have been uuable yet to find
anyone in Orlando who knows any-
thing of them. If the Anuuity asso
ciatiou Is all right, why don't they
show us? It certainly would not be
expensive for Mr. Misemer to furuish
proof to I lie merchants of Orlando who
took out policies as to llie stability of
his Company. This seems to me to be
cheaper tliau buying cheap editors.
Why did the merchants anil business
men of Orlando drop tlie Home Aunu
ity association if it were a solid com-
pany ? The business men of Orlando
have examined for themselves and
have quit tiiis association.
You say Mr. Editor of the Cushing
Herald, that you have rtoieved a copy
j of the new by-laws and "have a
j supply for distribution." How much,
| Mr Editor, do you get for distributing
| the supply ? Have you been receutly
| elected on the governing council you
speak so much of? Can you furnish
: us with a copy of the II. A. A. held
October 2,? Is it uot a fact Mr. Editor,
j that all the stufl you have published
In your last issue was furnished you
| by Misemer in person? Answer this
j Mr. Editor of the Cushing Herald
I Where this discussion bear an it should
end. It began in the Cushing Herald
and the presumption is its editor
should be congratulated upon making
a ".--take" for a perusal of bis paper
shows a dearth of paying advertisers
and I do trust that this extraordinary
•knight of Ibe road" will be able, at
least, to pay his board bill.
J. H. Van Deventer.
Swallowed Concentrated Lye.
Last Tuesday the three year old son
of J. U. Kirk, living six miles north
of Orlando, swallowed a solution of
concentrated lye and water Tlie lye
) and water hail been put ill a jug for
the purpose of cleaning it, and the
child drank a portiou of the mixture,
but not enough to effect it seriously.
Infant mortality is something fright-
ful. Nearly one quarter die before
they reach one year, one-thinl before
they are five, ai.d one-half before they
are lificeu ! The timely use of White's
Creuiu Vermifuge would save a major-
ity of these precious liv'is. Price 25
ets. 13.13. Cowman.
Norn—If E. It. A. Misemer will
furuish me conclusive proof that his
Home anuuity association is a solid
institution, I will have the same pub
lished iuThe Orlando Herald and
guarantee the same shall not cost him
five ceuts per line in advance.
J. H. V,
Used by British Soldleis in Africa.
j Capt. C. O, Denison is well known
all over Africa as commander of tlie
forces that captured the famous rebel
lialishe. Under date of Nov. 4, 1S1I7,
from Vrybnrg, lteehiianaland, he
writes: "Before stalling on the last,
campaign I bought a quantity of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di-
arrhoea Remedy, which I used myself
when troubled with bowel complaint,
and hud given to my men, and iu ev-
ery ca.tg it proved most beneficial.
For sale by 13. K. Cowman.
A. II. Frost's Oimtrjr Folks
A. It. Frost, tlie artist, has under
ski ii what is thus far his most ambi
tious and sustained piece of work, iu a
I series of eight paiulings, entitled "A
| B. Frost's Country Folks." The series
| will present the best'of the American
rural types in the difl'ereut aspects of
(their Bocial and neighborhood life.
Each painting will be distinct, aud be
| given a full-page reproduction iu The
I.adies' Home Journal, the seiies iuu
i iiing through that magazine for eight
issues, begiuuihg with tlie Christinas
Appreciates the Herald,
A. J. Hartenbower brightened The
Herald office for a short time Mon-
day afternoon by his presence and
word? of encouragement aud the pay
m-'iit of a year's subscription in ad-
vance. If more people looked upon
newspapers in socouservativea way as
Mr. Hartenbower, the editor's path
would not be so stony.
The kidneys are small but import-
ant organs. l'ricldy Ash Hitters is a
successful kidney tonic and system
regulator. Sold by E 13. Cowman.
i Pupils whose parents reside outside
of the district, will not he allowed to
attend school without paying a
tuition fee of $1,50 per mouth iu ad
C. E TaYI.ou, Secretary.
If you are siiiferinir from drowsiness
Die day time, irritability of temper,
sleepless nights, general debility,
headache, and general want of tone
of the system, use llerbine. \nu Will
get relief and finally a cure. Price 50
els. 13. 13. Cowman.
1 will sell at public auction at my
ranch [one mile north ami one-half
mile east of Orlando, on
THURSDAY, NOVEMBERS), 1890,
the following-described personal prop-
Fifty-live head of cattle, thorough-
hied and high grade, as follows: 28
head of cows; 20 head of calves, all
sired by Red Polled Durham bull; 0
No. ! yearling steers, also one Red
Polled Durham bull two years old
past. Nineteen head of mules, 3 of
them broke milles and 10 head two
years old past. Six head work of hors-
es; harness for same. Two wagons.
Fifly-live head of slock hogs in good
flesh. Five lircoil sows in pig from a
registered Poland-China boai, One
Poland-China boar, best in the coun-
ty. Farm machinery and implements
consisting of bindei, mower, hay rake,
sulky plows, stirring plows, cultivat-
ors, etc. One good top buggy and
single driving harness. Household
and kitchen furniture. Sale begins at
10 o'clock sharp.
Terms of sale: A credit of six
months will be given on all sums over
$10 with approved security without in-
terest if paid when due; if not paid
vvlier. dne, interest at the rate of 12
per cent, will he charged fioni date.
A lunch will lie served on the ground
free lo all customers.
This will be the only opportunity
for investors lo secure a bargain in
high grade stock.
Henry E, Glazier.
J. R. Miller, Auctioneer.
W. H. Howe.
A "Cash Expansion Sale" is a new
wrinkle iu ineacaulile circles, 'the
busy store of W. II. llowe will give
you an idea of an expansion sale. See
his big ad. on our local page and if
any of his bargains suit you go to his
store and you'll lie (reared all right.
Kidney disease is tlie enerr.y wo
have tlie most to fear as a result of the
feverish restlessness of oar much-
vaunted modern civilization. It is a
treacherous enemy, working out its
deadly effect under cover of the n.ost
trifling symptoms. The first indica-
tion of changes in the urine, frequent
headaches, digestive troubles, should
be the signal for prompt remedial
measures. Prickly Ash Hitters is u
kidney remedy of superlative merit;
it is soothing, healing and strengthen-
ing, quickly relieves the aching or
soreness Hint always appears iu tlie
advanced stages, checks the progress
of the disease and through its excel-
lent cleansing and regulating effect
in the sloniuch, liver and bowels, it
brings back the strength and ruddy
glow of vigorous health. Sold by E.
A fine line ol' air-tight heaters at
For burns, cuts, bruises, lacerations
or injuries of any description, Hal-
lard's Snow Liniment is n sovereign
remedy. It never fails to do good,
and so promptly that its wonderful
euralive properties frequenly create
surprise. Price -5 aud 50 cts, E. E.
Irregular bowel movements lead 10
chronic constipation. Prickly Asli
Hitters is a reliable system regulator;
enres permanently. Sold by I'. L.
Constipation means tlie accumula-
tion of waste matter that should be
discharged daily, and unless this Is
done the foil 1 matter is absorbed and
poisons the system, Use llerbine lo
bring about regularity of the bowels.
Price 50 cts. 13. 13. Cowman.
| Call at Miss Tiilio Tajlor's aud see
I tlie up-to-date stieet hats.
It is too inui-li to have to scratch f r
a living and for relief also, Hunt's
| mire will not help you in the former
j case, but will sure cure the itch, tetter
or ringworm, itching Piles, or it costs
| you nothing. Price 50 cents. E. E.
Subscribe for The Herald.
Died, in Itiusas City on last Thurs
day, Mis. Frank Hunt. Her reuiaius
were shiped home to Hennessey and
buried last Saturday.
Get your axes and axe handles of
Coekrum. Black Jack axes and sec-
ond growth hickory bandies are the
beat the market affords.
You have a cbanoe lo show your
loyalty to home by trading with
home merchants, and being a patron
of your home uewspaper.
Cockruni sells corn shelters for less
money thau anyone ill tnwn. and they
are the best goods, too.
A Famous Woman's New Position.
Mrs. Margaret E. Sangster, who for
over ten years has been the editor of
Harper's Bazar, has resigned that
position and j lined the editorial corps
of The Ladies' Home Journal, in
which magazine she will hereafter
conduct a prominent department.
The drouth was broken by a three
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Woosley, Carl B. The Orlando Herald. (Orlando, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 8, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, November 3, 1899, newspaper, November 3, 1899; Orlando, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc403148/m1/1/: accessed July 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.