Weekly Orlando Herald. (Orlando, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 49, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 26, 1894 Page: 3 of 4
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Royal leaking Powder never disappoints;
never makes sour, soggy, or husky food;
never spoils good materials ; never leaves
lumps of alkali in the biscuit or cake; w hile
all these things do happen with the best
of cooks who cling to the old-fashioned
methods, or who use other baking powders.
If you want the be>t food. ROYAL
Baking Powder is indispensable.
roval 0ak1n0 powder co., 106 wail st nfw okh.
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<9. *t> * -*>- «:> v*
A* Adopted by ii I
/ 2s o round pimW
w hero Iho stake <
) « ou
w ill I>0
eon lo 1 U<
froach t In
con veya nor.
up in : in-w -pa p. r.
No member u ho wear- \mr
mado «•!♦ i.i lies will permit ted t
ttt t he front w induw*.
Members must not swear at 11!• ■
elub w rajipod
servalit ^ as thev
of Kitgli.sli noblemen
1/ ndor no ei rem list a in es \\ ill any • on-
vernation about art. lit future or sci
cnce be permitted on t.he premises.
Any member \ iolatiny" any ol the
ibove rules will l»e prohibited from
i.sini»* the pold ><)Up. }>lat«•.•> f< r one
aioLith. Pittsburg (iispati-h.
A lUre Lid a ration.
••|)ot ^ vour da inr liter >iujjV" asked
"No," replied Mrs. < Hdfan; "\\e have
*aken great puinsin educating- her not
Ciare 11 I i».
A tea Ulster 1 < pt boa', in^r of hU
floi->ch unmerciful I \ and tL«- animal
still r^Nised to g"o forward. I liable to
rndure t be si^'lit of i lie lasher upon ti*
horse, the huly of a neighboring house
rushed out '"Ob. > there any need of
wnipping* him so ^^heiv any u>e of
it?" she in(|uir» <1 1'inidly. patting the
stubborn animals bead. The tenm-
ster dropped hto Jwdr. "No use at all,
ma'am," he said in h tone of despair.
"1 \ e lii'kedlli'll ti! I i!: t v.! o It,
Teree •) udtrnicnt.
Life is too .short to g*et stpiare.
The Icing" can do no wrong"
v* very body knowing it.
IVvsiruism is an evidence of a sour
stoinaeh or of inherited taint.
All tilings codk' to tin \va\ of him
v. ho does not e> p.e -t too inueh
lie w ho has schooled himself to si-
lence has st I his world to wondering.
Itean nev» r be that everybody else
if» wrong* and you alone are right
It is pitiable to see. a poor man
"jruageif' wrong for n small ineouie
\ pipe smells of iloinest ieit \ : ; eigar
of club.-: a eigaretto • >t* \ ieo.
\ lionsi licit is divided against itself
eamint staml outside interfernce.
A man who rcallv love- horses and
dot»"s loves women and ehildrea n< \t
Mandellne Urvis. in .ludge.
,k lla »«soh'h
Warrant. i i nun
iruituui loi it. i'ru
M 11 1
"Have you got any brothers?
•" \ es. one."
• 'I hat's stralige!
to your sister and
had two brothers."
I was just talking
she said that she
n*- < ain iilior I <
• I ;< iii! Oil I \ tfi.Mluill*'
(Culd&on i&o. C.U
Not Within His t \;»»ri«-in
i\ illi (ilyro ine.
'iiri'Mtaiappi'il Hand ^
lar.v i o ,.\.li,iveu,c'!.
i rea -
Swelton. sa4> s he isn't afraid
and it ain't
Tra ltseri pt
a bit of use.'' -Moston
Osier Sure, sor. yer brown hoisr
hasn't eat any oats for three days.
Mr. I ppererust Is he sie'.t?
Osier 1 think not. sor: but the man
at '•io feed store refuses to sell :ui\
more oat s on erodit. 'lexas Sifttngs.
Mi^lit Spoken Sooner.
ICnraptured I.over At last. Minnie.
Ht last, after ail these weary years of
waiVng* and hoping; you have prom
isod to be mine! And now. darling, it
mly remains to nam* the day! Hon t
Miit it oil" too long. Minnie. ( onsider
how long* I have l»eert' trying* to bring
my eon rage up to the popping point,
and be merciful. Please don't pro
Minnie Will to-biorrow*. do. fJferaM'.'
le d f(
1. I hie
he be? lie
to any to find
lyo Kci onl.
Meanest ^ rl.
>\v ii ill I In.1 i: hi
Men ih'St ti
••Yes: lynoli ;i 111:111 an' tile 11 they ea 11
l>i 1 his ividder fur 11 Mibsrriptiiiii to [tilV
for tlie ropi'!"—Mliir'itn Cuustitutiou.
Mxk, (bidders Whiit do you think of
my ncSv onyx eloek'.1
\ isitor 1'eautifnl' l> it 1111 alarm
WiUy ('.adders Ves —
Mrs (ladders Willy. M illy!
j;in 'you tefl sneli an tintrutlr.1
Wijlv (ladders Well, if yoiiihiul seen
low it alarmed I'op when lie ^(>1 the
oill, you would s;iy il was. 1'iieW.
Rrings eonuort and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. The ninny, who live bet-
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
less expenditure, liy more promptly
adapting the world's best products 10
the needs of physical being, will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid |
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy. Syrup of Figs.
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas-
ant trt the t:i-to, the refreshing and truly
benaficial properties ol a perfect lax-
ative; efl'eetually cleansing the system,
lispelling colds, headaches and fevers
and permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions and
m i with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acts 011 the Kid-
neys. Liver and Bowels without weak-
ening them and it is perfectly live from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug-
gists 11 oOc 11 nil *1 bottles, but it is man-
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
IV. only, whose 11 imo is printed 011 evei v
package, also the nai.ie, Syrup of Firs,
and being well informed, you will not
accept any substitute if offered.
A HORSE AS WITNESS.
\V:.. \ iti Important 1 .Itlt-nro In n
It'nur.Ki'f >lur<lfr < a r.
1'ho liorso has been known to act
In the capacity of iv dot.. ve. ac-
cording to tho Boston lb mid. Ihus.
in Shelby county. Ten 11 , a shocking
murder was committed, and tho trial
of tho niurdoror came otl in u dis-
trict which was divided from one of
»n itlu c jur sdiction b tli ■ hwaj
on which tho deed w as committed.
Tho bod was found a few yards
from the road, from which it had
evidently been drau'L* "d. and th«
doubt aro-• as to which civil district
the ninrdoi1 had been committed in,
which gave rise to the probability
that the murderer would escape con-
Several months pusx-d n way lie
fore the trial w a - commenced, when
one of tho witne -»es. mounted 011 tho
horse of the deceased, and aecompa
nled by a number of persons, was
riding toward the court house.
of tho - com- of the murder he began
to sho .v symptoms of alarm, which
conduct grcatlj surprised all who
witiK-s-i il it. for tho other horses of
the company betrayed no indications
of fear. As the party lii oooodcd on-
ward the agitation of the horse iu
creased, and when I10 reached a
point in the road opposite where tie-
body was found his o.\oilenionl, was;
so groat that li■■ lii-eanio iiuiuauagea
ble altogether. 1 ho gentlemen
present came to a halt and looked 011 ;
in perfect astonishment Ilis flesh
quivered, his nostrils dilated, and. |
his eyes glancing into tho wood-
near by, he stood snorting and neigh
ing, a picture of the. wildest excite-
(Inn of the • . lit ■ 111' ' 1 present, u
pocting tho cause of tho hor--o'» j
agitation, suggested that lie should
have a loose roin, which being
granted, tho noble animal rushed
into tin thicket, and coming to a
certain tree commenced pawiny at
its roots. I'le 11 malciii" liis wa;.
farth. r into the forest, he circled
round and returned to the same.spot, ^
where he stood trembling with agita-
tion and pawing until lie was vin
lentlv forced uwuv. and whenovi r
afterward ho passed that same spot
his conduct was invariably the saint-
No blood had ever been seen upon
tho road, and no appearance of any
unusual strugglo had ever boon dis-
covered. If tho murder took place
in tho highway, the horse would
have know n nothing of the trees in
the neighboring thicket: if it was
commit tod where the body was found,
then tlio court had no jurisdic-
tion and the murderer would go scot
I pon the trial this testimony ol
the dumb animal againsl the p-isooer
proved most startling. Ilis sagacity
was proverbial in the neighborhood
where ho belonged, and his attach-
ment to his master was such that ho
followed htm round like a dog. In
unmistakable pantomime ho enacted
the committal of the uiurder.pictured
| the decoy into tho wood, the assas-
I sin's demand for gold and the death
1 struggle under the tree, and thus
the doom of the prisoner was soale.l.
Tht> ( outing Humorist.
Johnnie You ought to give me a
nickel—1 was at the head of my
class yesterdat -instead of discour-
aging m,e with that, sw itch.
.Mother—I'm glad to hear that you
knew your lesson so well.
Johnnie—We didn't have any les
I sons, because 1 was the only ono in
the class. All the rest are at homo
dow 11 with the measles. l exas Sift-
< in imo Aiif r Sitting*.
•\Taek has finished my portrait;
\V.(li'lini of th* Mcltl
pi I kind < "• r*r-
jnly a n oar.
'11 -ear me
1 didn't think that ho ever
He's heon at work on it
me! Isn't •
didn't •hink •
Harper - Ma
i When of th
> tons troii';l<->l \Mit< iiMtmni i. -o.in In iik alioal
;ii) :il:trir i nu por.-i !i >n of ih<- iu-i ioiim tystoth
1 heiknkiDf hand ronfoi onol thttoili. I»i»*«e*
ofwinorj iD't loi of appetite lodloita With
1 u i iliU-|»re«- tn i i «• 1 a\a>?espi o luci*d bv 1o>h
• •I i*l»'r]t which ii unreiiu'itii'ii iiiuhI destroy
j mental equilibrium nliojrt'ther
Man (trying 011
inueh are those gflassi
Salesman They re
the frames 11 alio.
'"That eoat you have on isn't g*ood
enough for regular wear." said Mr>.
•sna:_r;js to her iiushaud. "Why don't
vnu take it forauolli ^' eoatV"
■ Office coat!' replied Mr. Sna^.
• Nonsense! It hti*n t a hide in it yet
I 'ittshurfr« hrouiclo.
» lxMler and
x.tii ih 1111 Hontetter %
> 1 iMiniion s Minc and experi-
. ti 1 \ an-l M« I> line in r:ini»i* «»f
1 . Iumih v\. .1 iiid relaien the
1 • ihim| in 1 \» \tIi 1 eli, by the
; umediiviied iiuuI'Mits ^vill
■fill 1 \ while the at'.ereflVef-of
Mirh i \eii iii>- iiiohi jirejinlicitil I'nder the
influence ol this bentirn invisoraut. appetite,
ili^rei*tioii : 1 ti<I i« i |' i«iurn and bodily lorntort
and lualth are like promoted Ii i^> invaluable
iu chills aud fever, liver complaint, eonati*
patiuil, rli .nnalieand kidney trouble
lborouuIi if 1 \ iiu
^lotnaeli It I
r I - lit 1 •
1 inseiiinin it
i tension of o\•
j way, a resm t
*'I have no\»
had the courage to g*i
What's \ our bus
1 Hi. 1 in only a lion tamer.
' delphin lo r«i.
11 vm s Pi 1.1 < havi
.1 i in 111 y.
"Vim inu^t be a very lonj: lived fa in-
ly," said a jjft*litleniati. talking t»>
woman of ninetv years, in an institu- ]
tion who said that she had a brother j I-1 ' <
Hill sis,,.,- still tivi.u- hot II ..Id. 1 .1 I.I- iiiMOjrt he taste ut .he pl.l.
til.i'i lie. s,.Il | \\ it 1111 ut its ertiea,-\. So cents
"Ves. sir, was the reply: there was j a '"r-
Mo*ht of us. sir. anil my brother .linuny
in as the only one who died \ tiling."
"And how old was he' ' ' \i't«-r you *«aid the undertaker po-
"Onl \ s, \ out \ sir. " Voiith's Com-! Litely to t he doetor at t he doo** as they
an ion * entered Vale Record.
w N.-. V'
V i'ifti'en Cent liuek.
"Cab fards are pretty high thesi
clyys," said Dawson. "You can't. g*e
a cab for less than a dollar whore ve
you want to go."
"I got a hack for lift en ocntsthi
morning," said \\ ithump.
4 •Where P"
"At a Sixth avenue barber
Thi ouhjeet of the above portrait is the up both &olid flesh anil strength aft^r ^riy,
Rev Clias Prn.^ser, a much beloved and most pneumonia, fevers and nthar prostrating
ievout minister 1 »f thoj^OBprd at Mount Car- diseases, "Golden Medical l>iseovcrv" has
rued, Northumberland Co., Pa. Mr. I'rosscr's nonjual. It does not make fat peonle mora
fulness, was. for along time, greatly ira cortailent, but builds up solicr, whotetomt
tmired by a distressing olistinate disease, jle-h.
Ilow his malady was finally conquered l)o ynu feel dull, languid, low spirited,
will let him tell in his own language, lie bavo fullness or bloating alter eating, tongue
5ays *• 1 was a great sufferer from dyspep-
sia, and 1 had suffered so long that I was
4 wreck ; life v. as rendered undesirable and
it seemed death was near : hut 1 came in
r-ontact with Dr. Pierce's Golden Medieal
Discovery and his' Pleasant Pellets.1 1 took
twelve bottles of 1 Discovery,' and several
bottles of the 'Pellets,' and followed the
hygenic advice of Dr. Pierce, ami I am
happ.v to say it. was indeed a cure, for life is
worth living now."
For dyspepsia, or indigestion, "liver com-
plaint," or torpid live.", biliousness, constipn
lion, chronic diarrhea and all derangements
-f the liver, stomach and lx>wels, Doctor
Pierce's Golden Medieal Discovery effects
perfect cures when oil other medicines fail.
It has a specific tonic effect upon the lining
mem bran es of the stomach and bowels. As
an invigorating, restorative tonie it gives
strength to the whole system and builds up
yolid firsh to tho healthy standard, when re-
duced b}T 4i wasting diseases.''
Mr J. P. Hudson, ti prominent lawyer of
Whitcberville, Sebastian Co , Ark., writes:
"Having suffered severely, for ti longtime,
from a torpid liver, indigestion, eonstipa
lion, nervousness and general debility, and
finding no relief in my efforts to regain my
h alth, ! waa induced to try Dr. Pierce s
Golden Medieal Discovery and 'Pleasant
Pellet,-.' Undei this treatment, I improved
very much ami in a few mouths was ablate
attend to my professional duties."
' 5 psa
CATARRH! Have you I atari li? Do
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r Winfields noted La-
. J \. J.^1 1 J tarrh Specialist for his
i ioai k rm i ia tm p:xrr.
A S|ifci;U jiit(» of .S'iTio loi ;! montlis trfiitujent. inelutlii'^ all .Medicines and
Ajipl ..in i--, m.i in-givfit a'l wlm apply before June 1st. It. lias been thorough.
ly cemoiiKtr iteil Hint this irentinent will cure the most obstinate cases in thw
mdiitii- wMc'. iniiidieds of testimonials will show. Write for questiou blank
Addrer:- all letU-rs to
DK, rr. 15. TANDY,
iSDJfSouth Millingto.i street. WINFIELP, KAXSAS
The Ohjeel of i iiarity.
IVamp, pitoous'y -I.'Ioasc help a;
Kind Old (luntlcinaii. Iiatidiiiif him
somo money 141«v— mi : why, ol
course. Ilow urn yo'.i crippled my
Tramp, pock'-Iiiiu' Hi inoin.'\ li-i
liancially, sir. Truth
'I ci He:ir a Ttir.nilr rxt orui in the suti>
lu ;i sotnowhat hpr "iilativu conclu-
sion of a rocunt paper Mr. I*ri•• I
mentioned tho cfTects of an auroral
un t«M< pliono circuits and stated that j
it was not a wild dream to say that ;
w«- may hear on this earth a thun
der>torui on tho sun.
To purify, enrich and vitalize the Mood,
ami thereby invigorate the liver and diges-
tive organs, brace up the nerves, and put
the system in order generally ; also to build
iated, bitter «>r bad taste hi mouth, irregu-
lar appetite. frequent hvailachcs, "floating
spe. lv'. I.ief"i e i yes. nervous prostration and
drowsiness alter meal- (
It you have any considerable number of
this symptoms, you tire suffering from
tiii| id liver, a -ociatid with dyspepsia, or
indigestion. Tht» more complicated your
disease the greater the number of symptoms.
No matter what sta,<;e it has reticlied, Dr.
J'» roe's Golden Medical Discovery will sub-
Nervousness, sleenlesaness. nervous pros-
tr.it "U, nervous debility, and Kindred dis
turbanct s are generally due to impoverished
bl '. The nervous system suffers for want
of j -ir \ rich blood 1" nourish and sustain
it. Purify, enrich and vitalize the blood bv
taking "Golden Medical Discovery" and all
th< - ■ nervous troubles vanish.
The "Golden Medical Discovery" is fnr
IMjtter for tins purpose than the much ad
vertised nervines and other compounds, so
loudly recommended for nervous prostration,
as they "put the nerves to sleep," but do
not invigorate, brace up and ho strengthen
tie nervous system as does the " Discovery/1
tli us giving jwnnmient benefit and u indie* ,
Buy of reliable dealers. "With any others
sotn-'ihing elwo that paj's them l>etter will
probably be urged as " just as good.1' Per*
nap: it is, f<»r llirin; but it can't he, for non.
A Book (136 pages) treating of the tort
going diseases and pointing out successful
men is of home cure, also containing vast,
numbers of testimonials, 'with phototype
porl -aits <>f writers), references and other
valuable information, will be sent on receipt
; ix cents, to pay postage. Address,
"World's Dispensary Medical Association,
Invalid*:' Hotel and Surgical Institute, 663
Main Street, Buffalo, M. Y.
ry> t^k A Il • If ti • ; .1 ' 11 ;it 11 •'.•!« of "I '.»<
' l . I . • nol lliefl my HS-fh.nn
j 'int «• I | h m |Q j.ot |.<• i• .• . »n-|
v. • "It ili.ti am. |, pi to if • [ii.r u «i.\
n li .lid* Snniplc IViltlf, *nf»ly pa- k
i | rr|r,■ I, «.u pt i f V r
RI.K AI'll r.'ni» . - j •..! , .1 nil
I sue that Life has started
•I> tlior- lit t h j ti y that. ,-i
mat I'n \ <4 i think
Aster Ves, 1 know i'„
".M. Texa.i >i fl i nr
Wi-.ii Watkii say, i!. aiu'1 nfi
real heroes nowaday ■
Hungry 11 ijririns — l)oy ain't, eh? I
. right horo in do paper i- a fol-
low advertisin' dat he ain't afraid of
work l'i . is Sift i ir'-.
ISme. A, RUPP'iK r,« t 14th F.t.. N. Y.Cily
V7.N. V. "Winfioll Vol. 7--21
I When An.--v.niiigAcivertisempnts Kind
ly Mention this Paper
W\ I.T. IMPKIt. I W.I. I'.ir'-r re, ri. p.r
.i • i I II lineitf samplf . <iKOtui*
I*. r..ivr I-' I «• mii i \v..Kau«&s City, Me,
Unlike the Dutch Process
— ok —
are used in the
IV. li A K EH t CO.'S
• ■\\ which in nhfittlufrlit
• V.vii purr timl .nolable.
jj It lias morrthan th re*
iU». *rcimlh of c'ocoa mixed
witli Htsrcb, ArroWroot n.
.-^upar, and ih tar more eoo*.
. m.n al, rnT*. / / •; than one crnt -7 cup.
It is Colli e-s, nour;shing, and easily
icld bjrttrcrcr eier^whert.
W BiklLSR ft CO, ^orchctttr, Ma«.
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Ehrman, Ada M. & Townsley, Hugh M. Weekly Orlando Herald. (Orlando, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 49, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 26, 1894, newspaper, May 26, 1894; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc403387/m1/3/: accessed October 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.