The Orlando Herald. (Orlando, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 52, Ed. 1 Friday, June 1, 1900 Page: 1 of 4
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THE ORLANDO HERALD.
Orlando, Logan County, O. T., Friday, June 1, 19Q0. No. 52.
|f you wapt bargaips be sure to be at this
Come in and lei me prove to you lhal my store is the place to buy your
hat. Below are a few of the many bargains ottered. They are as follows:
Pla n Sailors, each, cents.
Rough Straw Sailors, each 50c to $1.50.
Fancy Street Hats, each 75c to
Children's Trimmed Hats, each 25c anc' UP-
Ladies' Trimmed Hats, each ■ 75c H"d up.
Wreaths 5c and up.
Linen Roses, loc and UP.
Violets and Foliage IOC and UP*
Wash Veils 25<= and up.
MISS TILLIE TAYLOR,
NORTH SIDE OF MAIN STREET, ORLANDO, OKLA.
PROF. W. E. MCKELVEY,
Magnetic Healer and Psychologist.
Qraduaue of Weltmer's "American School of
Magnetic healing" of Nevada, Mo; also "Chicago
School of Psychology."
Men and women, old aud young; no matter what you
ailment. Paralysis, Tumors, Rheumatism, Dyspepsia, Con
stipation, Cancer, Heart Disease, Kidney Disease, General
Debility^ Nervous Prostration, St, Vitus' Dance. Opinm, To-
bacco, Morphine and drink habits: Mental peculiarities.
Infants and children successfully treated
Call and see me. consultation free, I will save you
money, suffering and life.
Office at FARMERS' RESTAURANT, Mulhall. 0. T.
Office Hours, 8 to na m. and 1 to 5 p. m.
THE ORLANDO HERALD
W008LEY BROS., Publishers.
Entered in the postofflce ut Orlando, Logau
County, Oklahoma Territory, for transmis-
sion through (he mails as second-claSH matter.
'ubliHlK'd Every Friday,
c B WOOSLEY,
e. h DUVfl ll,
(No.6627.—First Published April27*, HWO)
Notice For Publication.
Land office ut Guthrie. () T.. A 1*4144, I WO.
Notice is hereby given Jin" following
nnmc'l netfler luts filed notice of his mien Hon to
make final proof in aupimrf <»t hlPTBhaim, and
that said proof will he made before SlKister and
Receiver of U. 8. Land office at (iulBTle, O.T.,
on June 8, 1900, viz: Jb
GU8TAV HKIEDMANN, H. E fc£rl2,20I,
for the Southwest quarier (U) oWecfion 20,
Township 19 N., Range I Kast I.
He namea the loliow'ng witnesjfr to prove
liin continuous residence upon and tWitivation oi
■•aid land, viz:
itoher Frledmann, of Lovel, (). T ; Edward
Seliger. Marena, O. T ; Edward Biherdoif,
Lo/el, O. T.; Theoder Bergstreaser.'IiOvel, O. T.
JOHN J. BOLES, Regisier
Orders have been issued "tot extend
the Eastern Oklahoma railway from
Pawnee to Bartletsville, I. T.. at once,
giving this city a route a hundred
miles nearer to Kansas City.
Minnesota considers the vice presi-
ilency worth attention. The state lias
already furnished two nominees for
the office ane one of these is ready for
an indorsement at Kansas City.
The Medford Patriot printed a sup-
plimentofthe Flynn free homes bill
in red. This will be found very con-
venient in tiling away as a souvenir of
Dennis Flynn's greatest achievement.
The board of trustees will meet this
evening iu special session.
The Orlando ball team went out to
Marshall Wedneaolav to play the Mar-
There are a good many farmers look-
ing for men to help them harvest aud
wtll pay good wages.
J. F Harrison will soon begin the
erection <>t a new livery bam on the
lots where his barn burneol down a
abort time ago.
Tbe Howe Mercantile company has
I bills out adveroisitig a removal sale.
The company got its bills printed at
The Herald office. This is right.
Patronize home industries.
Mrs. Urinegar, who was reported
last week as being dangerously ill, Is
now cooivalesceut, greatly to tbe sur
prise of every oue, for it was thought
to be impossible for her to reojover.
Our business men should take hold
of the mill question at once and in
earnest, hb we are reliably informed
that there are parties ready to put In
a mill if they can get the proper en
Frank J. Laban and wife, of Ibex,
Colo., came iu ou the late train Tues
day night on a visit with Mrs Labau's
father. Geo R Coowan. Mr. J.aban
owns some property in our town aud
inoiy decide to remain here aud make
thiol their future home.
Mrs. Judge Lane of Oklahoma City,
Manager fo>r Oklahoma and Indian
territories for tlie Viava Co. of Ban
Francisco, will lie in litis city next
week and will meet the ladies of the
city and give a free lecture, using as
ber su bj^ct, "Something woman should
know;" Mrs. Lane wiltoifler manage-
ments in this line oof 'vork to ladies de-
siring good opportunities.
Memorial services were held by the
(;. A. It. p»st in Halter's hall ton Sun-
day, May 2". Jacob Berg, post com-
mander presided. The exercises were |
at 11 o'clock a. m. Ti : following (or-
der w as carried out:
Chaplain, W. II. Webster.
America, sung by the post.
Prayer by Rev. Nightengale, of
Rev. Nightingale was tlio'ii intro-
duced by the post commander. After
a few remarks to the 0old soldiers lie
preached a fine gospel sermon. Rev.
Nightengale is the Hist colored man
who ever preached in Orlando and
those who heard him were well
ooleased with his effort. At the cloose
of his sermon an adjournment was
aken until 4 o'clock. The officers
who t<ook part in the exercises were
acob Berg, post commander, M.
Boyd, officer of t lie day, and II. \N ■
In the afternoon there were speeeh-
s by Isaac Smith. Thomas Taylor,
William Wallace and the chaplain.
There were recitations by Miss Ida
Hysell, Postmaster Howe, and Thom-
as Taylor. The exercises of the day
closed with singing and benediction
by the chaplain.
A Life And !>e 'th Flylit.
Mo-. W A. Bines of Manchester, In.,
writing of his almost, looiooiCulioots es-
cape from death sa.vs: "Exposure af-
ter measles itoduced seri"us loong trou
ble, which ended in coonBumptlooi.
hail frequent loeoooorrhagos aoool cough*
I night ami dav. All oo.y doctors
said I must soon otie. I hen I begaoo
I use Dr.King's Ne«v Discovery which
toollv cured one. Hundreds have ns*
eli it 010 010v advice aioil all sioy it never
fails too cure throat., chest ottiii lu"g
troubles " Regular sue SO.1 aoid SI Oo.
Trial bottles free at E. 15, Cowman's
Two more fat longs were stolen out
of Bego & Hall's pens last Saturday
night. Tills makes about 20 head they
have stolen iu the last year amoouoiting
to about $30D The peculiar part about
it is, no longs are stooien from any other
persons but tbeui, and the thief or
thieves can uot be located. At this
rate they will lone an much or more
than they can make on all the hogs
they buy and ship. Something should
be doolie to stop this stealing or it will
soon be unsafe to have anything. But
just what can be done we cannot say.
Mrs, Sarah Simpkin, living ojie-iialf
mile west oonol twoo miles uoorth of Oi-
lando, cuies consumption, cancer,
catarrh and nil .oilier known di eases
Office in the Scliotl loiiihling, Orlando.
Out of 17,000.000 pieces of registered
mail handled annually in the United
Stated the loss has been one-thous-
andth of 1 per cent, and in the trans-
mission of ordinary letters the loss is
but seven-thousandths of 1 per cent.
Few of the world's business depart-
ments are carried on with so small a
proportion of dishonesty.
No man can work well with a tor-
pid liver or constipated bowels. A
few doses of Prickly Ash Bitters will
quickly remove this condition
~ \ The Greeks
~ ' ' Derived
of form and grace of car-
riage from the ease and
freedom given by the
The deformed and unnat-
ural foot of the present day
with all the Ills which fol-
low In Us train Is the result
of wrongly made shoes.
SELZ SHOE5 give all
the freedom and health of
the sandal, combined with
manded by modem conditions.
We offer you SELZ Shoes with perfect con-
fidence, because we know thom to be the most
scientifically designed and correctly built foot-wear
for the least money
FORt ALE BY POWERS & DESEi.MS
FOURTH ANNUAL SESSION
C. C. B. C. SUMMER
at GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA.
BEGINS MAY 28 AND (LOSES
^ Pay* tlie Tuition
^ J are so exeiemely
^ seo-ure the great
JULY 7 )l
Tuition for the Entire Term. Out" tuition raiea
leinely low that n require* but h paltry sum to
• great at!vantage* to l»e gained from our upeciial
coHumiliations and facilities for Review
aoid Normal work. All Grades of Work are Carried from I lie Third
to I lie High School. Inform yoourselves of our many advantages
and attend the coming session.
$ Qapital Qity
112-114 116 North Division Street.
ro 1—> T-> TT> | Even/ Student having or purchasing a complete *[*
Jr I \ C-otL ! Scholarship in either of our Jlusiness College *
Departments receives Free tuition to the Special Xormal Work «*•
This inducement is worthy of your consideration ' ^
The products of the statisticians
Who earlier in the century placeol I lie
population oof the Uniteol States in
1900 at 10(1,01)0,000 are destined not to
be fultilleot. Prof. II. S. Pritchett,
just chosen president oi tlie Massa-
chusetts Instiinte of Technology,
and 1 iiinde an elaborate calculation in 1S91
make work a pleasure.
Sold by E. E.
Charles II. Marks, while acting in
the capacity of nurse at the Second
Division Hospital of the Fifth Army
Corps at Santiago de Cuba, used a few
bottles of Chamberlain's Colio, Chol-
era and Diarrhoea Remedy for diar-
rhoea and found it to work like a
For sale by E E. Cowman, Druggist.
The abstractor the condition of na-
tional bank of Oklahoma on April 26
shows the average reserve to have been
35.52 per cent, against 35.59 per cent.
Loans and discounts Increased from #1,-
198,190 to $1,336,965; stocks and securi-
ties decreased fjom $169,473 to $46,566;
gold coin increased from $38,117 to $44,-
817; total special from $99,156 to $100,-
941,- lawful money reserve from $148,520
to $169,979; individual deposits from
$1,925,401 to $2,042,295.
Tkadk failures in April numbered
706, with liabilities amounting to$7,-
214,787. In April, 1896, the number
was 1«60 and liabilities $14,920,714.
That is the way the gold standard
ruins the country.
Cheatham's Tasteless Chill Tonic
cures the chills, builds up the system,
and drives away all ills. It makes
strong the week and fatteoiB the lean.
It's the tonic of tonics, the best ever
seen. Fifty cents. For sale byE E
Nothing equal to Prickly Ash Bit.
ters for removing that sluggish bilious
feeling so oommon in hot weather. It
creates strength, vigor, appetite and
cheerful spirits. Sold by E E. Cow
Dr. W. C Phippe, of Mattoon, Ills,
has concluded to locate in Orlaudo for
the practice of medicine. The doctor
domes highly recommended having
bad 16 veara of practice aud Ib a grail
uale of Louisville, Ky. His family is
at Eldorado Springs, Mo., and will
come later on. Office and resilience
at City Hotel for the present.
Rev. Holler iB the new pastor of the
Presbyterian church at Purcell.
One of the big railroads is planning
to raise its own ties by planting out
timber for that purpose. This can be
done, but in all probability before the
trees are large enough for ties some-
thing else will be found to take their
place. This is an age of improvement,
and when a scarcity--yf anything occurs
a sulostitute is soon found..
Backache, SprailoHi bruises, coots,
rheumatism, catan'^, (1 tyrrhoee,cramp
colic, all aches and* pains speedily
cured with Bunt's Lightning Oil
Failing, rnoooey refunded. Foor sale
byE E. Cow, nan, druggist.
Mrs. Harriet Evans, Hinsdale, III
writes, *'1 never fail to relieve my
children from co-ooop at once by usioig
One Minute Cough CotTe. I wooold not
feel safe without it." Quickly cures
coughs, colds, grippe and all throat
and lung diseases. E E. Cowman.
Chief Justice Buford was tbe or-
ator on Decoration day at Seward
Lset fall 1 sprained my left bip
while handling some heavy boxes
The doctor I called ou said at first it
was a Blight strain and would sooon be
well, but It grew worse and the doc-
tor then said I had rheumatism. It
continued to grow worse and I mould
hardly get aroound to work. I wen
to a drug store and tbe druggist rec-
ommended me to try Chamberlain'
Pain Balm. I tried It and oone-half oo!
a 60-cent bottle cured me entirely. I
now recommend it to all my friends.—
F. A Babcock, Erie, Pa.
For sale by E E. Cowman.
the probable population in 1900,
oud his estimate was 77,472,000. The
Actuary in the Treasury Department
Washington) makes an estimate of
77,000,000, and if we increase at ;is
apid a rale in the decade as between
1880 and 1890 ttoe number will be 78,-
187,000. It is exceedingly doubtful,
however, if the rate will be so high.
The late General Francis A. Walker,
siiperiiileuolelit ol ttoe Ninth and leutlt
Censuses, is oue of the best anil most
conservative guioles in our population
statistics. In 1873 he made an exam-
ination of the causes of t he diminish-
ing rate of increase. He foiui.d that
Hie rapid settlement of the public do
main, the conjestion of population iu
the cities, the rise in the standard of
living, were all forces tending to di-
inisli the rapid growth of population
anot the lulling off of immigration
usl also lie taken Into account. Gen-
eral Walker's conclusion iu 1873seems
to be in accord with conservative es-
timates of today. He solid:
This much, however, may with
diffidence lie said, that the best of
probable good fortunes will hardly
carry the population beyond 75,000,000
bv the close of the cent ury."
VV. S. M asset-, Millheim, I'a , saved
the life of his little girl by giv.ng her
A Coming Event.
The coming event of Rojosavelt's
Rough Riders, which is to be held iu
Oklahoma City, July 1-4, is attraci-
ing attention from the press anil pub-
lic throughout the entire country.
Oklahooma City is preparing to outdo
herself in entertaining the gallaut
regiment, its distinguished leader,
aud the many thousands of visitors
who will flock to the city during the
four days. Morning, aflernoou anil
evening of each day there will be free
entertainments of a widely diversifieol
character under the auspices of the re
union assoociatiooii and Oklahoma City
guarantees every visitor his tnouey's
worth with interest every day of the
The drugs in Dr Strumous' Ssrsap-
artlla are so concentrated that the
dose is very small, but nevertheless it
is so scientifically combined that it is
readily retained and assimilated by
the most delicate and sensitive stom-
ach. Fifty cents aud 50 doses. For
sale by E. E Cowman.
F. B. Hoyt, of Chandler, wants to
be treasurei of Lincoln county.
Digests what you eat.
It artificially digests the food and aid#
Nature in strengthening and recon-
-TTuctiDcr the exhausted digestive or-
( hoe Minute Coougli Cure when she wan ° It is tlielatestdiscovered digest-
dying from croup, it is Hie °['lv nnt and tonic. No other preparation
remedy that givos immediate results approach it in efficiency, T*
It i li-
lt quickly cures eoiighs. col-is brooo- .t„ntiIvIreueves and permanently cures
chilis, grippe, asthma and all tloroa Dy8pep8|a Indigestion, Heartburn,
and lung troubles For sale by all, Sour stomach, Nausea,
druggists. i SickHeadache,Gastralgia,Cramps and
The Oklahoma Historical society all other results of imperfect digest.oa
has its annus, meeting .1 Norman
J uue 7, I Prepared by E. C. DeWITT A CO- ChlcaflO
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Woosley, Carl B. The Orlando Herald. (Orlando, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 52, Ed. 1 Friday, June 1, 1900, newspaper, June 1, 1900; Orlando, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc403799/m1/1/: accessed March 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.