The Herald. (Orlando, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 8, Ed. 1 Friday, July 26, 1901 Page: 1 of 12
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Orlando, Logan County, Oklahoma, Friday, July 26 1901.
THE ORLANDO HERALD
HERALD PUBLISHING co..Publishers.
J. H. OGLE,
E. R. DUVALL.
In the appointment, of the Commis-
sion to conduct the drawing for the
opening1 of the new country a good
selection lias been made Which
insures perfect honesty in thin matter
Governor Richards has been tr.ved
during U»e\ tjme o.f registration and
found not wanting CjI D. P. Dyer
stands very high iu his own state he
is a man with a uatunal repretation
Ex clieif justice Frank Dale is well
favorable Unowen by His people of
Oklahoma and need no comments by
FARMERS BANK is thoroughly
wired wsth the witberall burglar ala-
rm system aud also carries full liue o
old lioe burglar Insurance giving de-
positors every assurance that ihier
interest wil 1 be protected at any cos
Prof L.A Evens of Indian Territory
has been visiting with his father 5
miles north of town this waeb.
\.l„ COCKRUM, ol the FAR-
MEiiS BANK cau make yon a loan
on your farm at.a low rate, see .him
before you make a loan
Fred S Gum ot Perry came down on
the noon train wednesday and urove
ous iii tiie coui.tr> wliii A.L Coekruui
to apprase some iand "ij which they
are making a loan.
N E A Detroit Mich July S to 1:2 ron
nd 'rip tickets $ M 41) v-a Hau.a *">
gui.a unitt July lo wiiii pin Urge ■ xu-
unoii of limit through skepers and
cimir e«r<- (or description fouler appi>
to agent at Santa fe depot.
L. II. Butgwan tell in• ay night
fnl Kllt-no and will itniulu untlll
after the opening.
You can never cure dyspepsia bv
dieting. What your body ueeds is
plenty of good food prop-rly iligriieii.
I'heu if your stouiacli will not dgest
il, Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will. It con-
tains all of the natural digestants
ln-nce must digest every class of food
aud so prepare it that natura can use it
ii ijuui lelilng thebodv and replacing
the wastrd tissues, thus giving 11 f»•,
Health, »tienglh, ambition, puie blood
and good healthy app-tite.
E E. Cowman.
Scholarship For Sale.
H KKALI) ha;, a complete scholarship
in The Capital Cit> Business College,
which we desh'H to s»'ll, aiid VVlucb
will be sold at h figure considerably
below what they can be bought else-
where. Notice the ad. of t his school
on another page. It's THIS school for
young men and young women who
wish to secure a good practical busi-
ness education, quickly and cheaply.
We will have it issued to you at any
time—now or this fall. Come arid see
u» or write us iminndiately if you de
sue to secure this scholarship.
Stenography, Hook-keeping, Pt |i
inanship and Telegraphy are taught
at trie. Capita I City Business <Vllcge
lS.'''ool in cession t|ir"iigi'"iit the i cur,
Fall term bi-gins S-i'leinbnj !i 19h]
A few reasons why you should spe-
nd it at Eureka (Springs, Ark.
Because I lie rate is so low. Because
first class accomodations are so reas-
onable Board from $5.00 to 810.O l per
Because it's waters are conceded bv
all to he absolutely pure and mo-t
beneficial to ttie health.
Becau-e it's advantages for fishing
hunting, picurcing and all out d< or
sdorts cannot he excelled.
Because: Loc.ited at the top of the
OZAli-KS'' the days and nights an*
always cool aud the breeze most flesh
Itecause There are no flies to annoy
by day nor mosquitoes to disturb
one's rest at night.
Because It is situated contiguous to
the Vast mineral district of Arkansas
and presents many opportunities for
prospecting along this line.
Because health wealth or pleasure
Eureka Springs can't be heat.
THE FRISCO LINE is the mi'v
direct route to tliir famous result
and during the remainder of the
summer will have low rates and pop-
ular p'ice excursions >i • all tunes.
For fu'her information apply to the
nearest Frisco representative or add-
ress either of the umlersiued.
B. F. Dunis, District Passeng-r Agent
Bryan Snyder Ge n ral Passenger
Agent. St L*uis \in.
Cnls aud bruises are healed by
Ch iiiiberlai' 's I'ain Balm in a b. ot
one third llie time any o her tieni-
ment wolllil require becaus- of ii* »n-
tisepiic qualities which catl-e the
par s lo Ileal without ilia I lira tion.
For sale by C E Cowman
.Save the coiiY»ons found in
can 1—- they are valuable
Athens, Tenn., Jan. 27. 7801.
Ever Bince the iirnt appearance of niy
menpep they were very irregular anci I
sunerecl with great pain in my hips,
r»ack, stomach and legs, with terrible
bearing d^wn pains in the abdomen.
During the past month I have he«'u
lakir.g W ine of Cardui and Thecifor<i's
Black-Drunght, and I pastel tho monfh-
[ Iy period without pain for the first time
| in years Xujie Davis.
What is life worih lo a woman suffer-
ing like Nannie Davis suffered? Yet
Ihere arc women in thousands of homes
to-day who arc bearing those terrible
menstrual pains in silence. If you are
one of these we want to say that this
j will bring you permanent relief. Con-
sole yourself with the knowledge that
1,000,000 women have been completely
cured by Wine of Cardui. These wont-
I en suffered from leucorrhoea, irregular
menses, headache, backache, and
bearing down pains. Wine of Cardui
will stop all tnese aches and pains
lor you. Purchase a $1.00 bottle of
Wine of Cardui to-day and take it in
the privacy of your home.
For A<Wic« and 1i»emtur«,ivMron«4 Riving nymp-
l-adie*' A'lviw.ij I
Hit' Chattanooga Medicine lo.. Chattanooga
To the home stfaders of Noble and
Garfield Counties. The Herald tias
been made the official paper for the
purpose of publishing notices to make
final pro f for all the lands situated ne
arer to Orlando than to any ot her town
that has a paper, the home sleadtrs
When wanting to advertise to mahehiB
filial proof cuii Collie to our office aud
have his paper made out witli out any
cost to him other than the regular fee
for publishing aud they need not go to
tile iandoffice until the time set for
tlirm to make final proof thug saving a
triptothw land office, these arrange
ments will be convenient for Ibem and
•ire them a long unnecsary trip, as
wel! a» tlie expellee of such a trip.
Tie 8e wanting to prove up tbi9 fall
should get there notice iu the paper at
once for the lain) offices are three or
four tin >nt lis tie 11 i 11 <1 with their work
anil after harvest there will be a great
rush to make final proofs
A lame shoulder is usual lyctt used by
rheumatism of the mu-e'es, and mav
be cured by a few applications of
Chamberlain' Pain Halm For aale
by E E. Cowman.
The fall term at the Capital Citv
Business Col ege will begin on Mon-
day morning September 9th.
IT DAZZLE* THE WORM).
No Discovery in medicine has ever
Created one quarter of the excitement
that has been caused by Dr King's
New Discovery fur Cunsump ion.
Pneumonia, Heinorriige, Plmn.-\ a• <1
Bronchitis, thousands of win. m it
lias restored In perfect henlt''. For
Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Croup. May
Fever, Hoarseness and Who .ping
Cough it is the quicker l, sorest
cure in ih« world D is s,,ld l>v E.
E Cow nan, who gllai h." tee sal i-f.-.c,
lion or refund nionev, Lug" l>ot,l |. a
50c andl.oO Trial loltbs (ire
A POOR MILLIONAIRE.
Lately starved in Loudon because
he could not iliaest his food. Early
use of Dr. King's New Life Pills
would have saved trim. They slreng
then the stomach, a'd digestion,
promo'e assimilation, improve appe-
.etti Price 25c. Money back if not
satisfied. Sold by E. E. Cowman,
To those that wait e"eo now and
then aches and pains, Rheumatism
Cataarh Neuralgia and everv thing-
tlnitlinrt- limits lightingoil keeps ..fl
evervt hiog exc.'p n'i| - • «| .fe>iih
Try it 25 mi l 50 cts Satisfacl!on Mr
iii' itie\ n fninled
Digests what you eat.
It artificially digests the food and aids
Nature in strengthening and recon-
structing the exhausted digestive or-
gans. it is the latest discovered digest-
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in-
stantly relieves and pei aianently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea.
Sick Headache.Gastralgia,Cnitnps at d
all other results of imperfect digestion.
Price 50c. anil $1. Large size contains tiujes
small sue. Boole all aboutdyspepsiu malieti 1 rt e
Preoaredby E. C. D«W1TT 4 CO. Chlcogo
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The Herald. (Orlando, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 8, Ed. 1 Friday, July 26, 1901, newspaper, July 26, 1901; Orlando, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc405062/m1/1/: accessed November 18, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.