Weekly Orlando Herald. (Orlando, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 7, 1897 Page: 3 of 4
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gestion, bad taste, coated
tongue, sick headache, In- E Jf _ I I ^
somuia, etc. Hood's Tills III
cure constipation and all its ®
results, easily and thoroughly. 25c. All druggists.
Prepared by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Tho ouly rills to take with Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Ole Peterson, who .came here in
August following the opening of
old Oklahoma, awl who lives one
and one half miles east of town, de-
serves much credit for his energy in
putting up commodious buildings
and for the excellent manner in
which he conducts his farm He
demonstrates the fact that straw-
berries, plums, and all other small
fruit pay in Oklahoma.
Patties who lost a fgather bed,etc
wilt call at C. F. Roy's residence
one mile south of to n. prove prop,
erty, and pay for this ad.
The best woven wire hog fence
only 25 cents per rod ^at Cock-
The best assortment of Stationary
in the City. Orlando Drug Co
District Court is in sesbioa at i
i Causes fully half the sickness in the world. It
Ses those handsome Albums at retains 010 digested food too long in the bowels
Orlando Drug Co ~ i — 1""0(lucc3 bUl0usness> torpid liver, indi-
Late reports show a decline in
ihe wheat, cottou, and hog markets.
All you can eat for 15 cts. at Mrs.
Lois of cotton coming in this
Dry Salt Foster backs 1 cts. per
pound at the City M^at Market
O. C. Jamison, ot the Kansas
City' Star called at The Herald
Office last Thursday.
Jerry Simpson, the noted M. C. of
Kansas is to"speak at the Great Fair
atJGuthrie on Oct. 13th.
Our City Meat Market, had the
largest and fattest beef this week
killed hi Orlando for some time.
Paints and oils at Kansas City
prices. Orlando Ding Co
Tne crowd at tending Ringling
Bros. Show at Guthrie last. Friday
were estimated at about 18.000
Parties desiring money at the
lowest rates of interest will call up-
on John Marker, or J, B. Carpenter,
at The Herald Office.
1 he buyers ofcottos at our gin
pay the highest price tor this staple
notwithstanding reports to the
Everything cheap at Orlando
Hon, Joe Bailey, of Texas, one of
the leaders of the Democrats in Con-
gress, will speak at the State Fair,
at Guthrie on the l4tb inst.
Cockruni has bargains in steel
Load after load c t cotton finds it
way to Orlando and tbe gin folks
are piling up the bie bales for
shipment to the wholesale markets.
Please examine our Road Wag-
ons genuine leather trimed, a bar
an at $-38.00, e«r price is less.
A. L. Cockrum.
Ex-Senator John J. Ingalls who
is called one of America's grrutes*.
orators, will speak at the State Fair
at Guthrie on tbe J 5th, of Oct.
Mens overalls, the best in town
for 40 cts. per pair, at Kearns'.
Many boys and young men lose
good positions, or fail in obtain-
ing a«iy employment,, simply be-
cause they are saucy and rude in
Call on A. L, Cockrum, for
Pumps. His price is the lowest
and goods the best.
THE "HAYWOOD" BICYCLE ******
ON EARTH . . . . .
THIS COMPLETE -wp
Model No. 5
No joke.—Not a hundred miles
from acertain street in Orlando a
lady told her boy to hurry and get
an armful of wood for the kitchen
stove. The little fellow started off
alright, but as soon as he saw a
small barrel standing near, conclud-
ed to put the kitten in it, either for
safe keeping or some other purpose,
before he got in tbe wood. The
barrel was about one third full ot
kog's—swill, and by some means,
the boy, while trying to put the kit-
ten in, pitched in himself, head flrsf.
Luckily his mother saw the catas
tyophe nnd resetted her son who was
nearly drowned, from the foaming
hog-slop. Moral for boys: mind
your mother, but don't fool with the
You can gei, bargains of Cock
rum in Granite Iron ware.
Educate Vcur Rowels With Ca6car©t«.
Candy Cathartic, euro constipation forever.
1/4 If C. C. C. fail, druggists refund money.
Remember Swearinger makes a
specialty of baby Photos. Dorit
lorget the place; over McNeal's
Instruction by mail, adapted to every one,
Methods approved by lead- —
and competent instruct- r
ors. Takesspnretimeonly. 1
Three courses—Preparato- \
ry.business.colloge An op-
port unity to better you r coi
aition and prospects. Stu-
dents and graduates
years of success. Full
Earticulars free. _
PRAGVE CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL OF LAW.
04.'. Telephone Building, DETROIT, 21 It'll.
datpmtq s Feb. 24, 1891 Oct. 3, 1893 Jan. 21, 1806
PAifciNis , May 1? 1891 Jan } t8g5 Qthcrs Pending
The "Maywood" is the strongest and simplest bicycle ever made. Adapted for all kinds of
roads and riders. Made of material that is solid, tough and wiry; simple in construction, easily
taken apart and put together; has few'parts- is of such wiry construction that its part.-, will hold
together even in an accident; no hollow tubing to crush in at avery contact; n frame that cannot
be broken: so simple that its adjusting parts serve as its connecting parts; a one-picce crank
instead of a dozen parts: always ready to give reliable and rapid transportation. FRAME—
Improved double diamond; made of ^-incli cold rolled steel rods (toughest and strongest metal
for its weight known); ioined together with our improved steel fittings; a marvel of novelty,
simplicity and durability, the greatest combination of ingenuity in bicycle mechanism known,
to build a frame without brazen joints and tubing, as all know that tubular frames sometimes
break and fracture at brazen joints, and tubes when they are buckled in, cannot be repaired.
WHEELS—28-inch, front and rear; warranted wood rims, piano wire nickel tangent spokes and
brass nipples. HUBS—Large barrel pattern; made from the best quality cold-drawn seamless
steel, with patent reinforced spoke ilanges directly over ball bearings. TIRES- "Gazelle" cvr
"Tiger" single tube, 41 North American" or "Boston " double tube, or some other first-class
pneumatic tires, fully guaranteed. We will furnish, if ordered, "Arlington" hose pipe or
Morgan & Wright quick repair tires for $2.00 extra, net. BEARINGS— Hall bearings to every part,
including wheels, crank axle, steering head and pedals. CRANK SHAFT BEARINGS- Are fitted
with our patent ball cases, which are interlocked and support each other. CUPS AND CONES—
Best quality selected steel, carefully tempered and hardened. CHAINS—Humber block pattern,
high grade hardened centers, rear adjustment. CRANKS—Our celebrated one-piece crank, fully
protected by patents: no cotter pins. SPROCKET S—Made from best quality refined steel, nicely
finished ana hardened; rear sprocket detachable, front sprocket securely keyed to cruuk axle.
PifACH -Shortest, 28 inches; longest, .36 inches. GEAR—<>1 or 72. FRONT FORK—Indestructible;
fork crown made of drop forged steel. HANDLE BAR—Reversible, readily changed to either
raised or dropped pattern, best cork or composition cork handles, lat<st style of I'nglisb tips
and ferrules. SADDLE—Our own stvle "K" high grade, very easy riding; P. and F., Gil'iam or
some other first-class make. PEDALS-Combination rat-trap or rubber; full ball bearing.
FINISH—Knameled in black, with all bright parts, including front fork, handle bar, hubs, ..t
post, cranks and spokes, nickel plated. Kacli bicycle complete with tool bag. pump, wrench
and oiler. WEIGHT—According to tires, pedals, saddles, etc., 27 to30 pounds. GUARANTEE—I!ach
"M'lywood" Bicycle is fully guaranteed for one year. Nai'AVINi- . Wash., Feb. 10, 180B.
I consider your "Maywood" wheel the strongest and safest bicycle made for hard riding and
rough roads, such as we have in this country. They are also light running and easy to adjust.
The one-piece crank is a wonderful piece of mechanical simplicity in
bicycle construction, and with the improvements I understand they
are to have this year, it will be the best wheel made
SAMUEL S. SOMERVIIXE.
* $33 Is our Special Wholesale Price. Never before sold for les«.
V«« quickly introduce the "May wood" Bicycle, we hav decided to
make a special coupon offer, giving every reader of '.his paper a
chance to get a first-class wheel at the lowest price eve »fTered. On
receipt of $2T 00 and coupon we will shin to anyone the above bicycle,
securely packed and crated. Money refunded, it not as represented,
after arrival and examination. We will ship C O. D., with privilege
of examination, for fJR.OO and coupon, provided *5.00 is sent with order
as a guarantee of good faith and charges. A written binding warranty
Pent with each bicycle. This is a chance of a lifetime, and you cannot
«t£Tord to let the opportunity pass. Address ul< orders to
(6» if sent Willi order
fr For MAYIVCQD ■*
* Mo. 6 BICYOi F. X*
Notice to Stock Shippers.
On Tuesday and Thursday of
each week at J1 a. in., a stock train
will leave this point lor Kansas
City. M. N. Cochrell
That Eastern Trip.
Going Eeast. take <lie Santa Fe
Route as far as Chicago,
Most direct line from t!ie South
west generally, and thirty miles
the shortest between Missouri
river and Chicago, which insures
In order to make room for our quick time and sure connections
new stock of Boots and Shoes,; Track is straight and rock
we will close out our present stock ballasted, with very few crossings
at prices that will surprise you. 1 at grade.
A. H. Kearns. Vestibuled limited oxpreases
with latest pattern Pullmans and
Popular Low-Price Califor- ; free chair cars Meals in dinin g
nia Excufsion.s. , cars served a la carte.
The Santa Fe lt<>ute daily excur- j Inquire of tha nearest ag-nt or
onsr o California in tourist sleep, address W. J. Black, G. P, A., A
ng-cars are deservedly popular.; T. & S. F. liy., Topeka Kas-
The service pleases everybody j A ilKUNyUI8AMKNX.
who tries it. Cars are of news The owner wU1 8e,j 160
pattern and very comfortable
having all nect ssary conveniences.
These excursions are patronized
chert]) tor cash. The claim is well
watered, witii timber for fencing
and tuel and is near toe town ot
by many of the best people, and I „ , , T . . ., . a.
J . , , I Orlando. Inquire at this omce as
the ticket rate are low. L . . .
_ , „ . ,. to price and improvements.
The Santa Fe s California line
remarkably picturesque. Itj IIello There!
middle course across thecontineo ])0 yo:i want your hi rsesshod?
avoids extremes ot heat or enid. j 8(, take liiem to Kotjshk's
Fordesjiv j;iva licerita.:o, ad d black-smith shep and have it done
W. J. Black, G, P. A., A T. 6c S in a w. ilrniMU like manner.
F. By , Topeka, Kas, or C, a|
Higgins, a. G. P. a , Chicago,
Hioans Tabules cure torpid lives.
Ripans Tabules: pleasant laxative.
Ripans Tabules cure dyspepsia.
Ripans Tabules cure nausea.
Ripans Tabules cure headache,
moans Tabules: gentle cathartic.
Duu'l 11 >«'.(•> '• Nj.it an-l SaiAa lour l.lfo Away.
To tobacco en .ily an<1 fore* er, bo mag-
netic. ! II of life, nf.rvci iii'.d vitror, ial<e No-To-
Biu>. ti •! wonder-worUc H,ut maki s weak men
si.ro, All druggist.1, 80c or (1, C ure t-uarun-
t'' «l liooklct and sample free. Address
Sterling Co.. CHiianto cr Mew Vack.
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Marker, John. Weekly Orlando Herald. (Orlando, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 7, 1897, newspaper, October 7, 1897; Orlando, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc403943/m1/3/: accessed February 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.