Watonga Herald. (Watonga, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, October 20, 1905 Page: 2 of 8
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Analysis of Medicines Open to All.
“There is no public demand and
there is not the slightest public nec-
essity for a law compelling the publi-
cation of the formula of proprietary
medicines.*’ says the Committee oh
Legislation of the Proprietary Asso-
ciation. "Every Health Commissioner
and every Pure Food Commissioner
In the country, as well as every pri-
vate physician or chemist, if he
pleases, has the right to make an
analysis of any proprietary medicine
and to publish the result and to tell
the public what he thinks, and there
is nothing in the world to prevent
such action. But that is not what the
agitators for such legislation want
Their object is to destroy *j\e sale of
such remedies entirely."
A BA8E SLANDER REFUTED
Southerners “Fill ’Em Up” Because
Their Glasses Are 8mall
"You all up north here have an
idea that we all down south drink a
whole lot of whisk}', but we don't,"
remarked a Georgian in a Broadway
cafe the other day. “I’ll admit that
when I’m in New York I drink more
than I do in Atlanta, but that's be-
cause of the size of the glasses they
give you to drink from. With us the
glasses are about half the size of the
ones you get here, and we pour them
nearly full. From force of habit 1
pretty nearly fill a New York glass
•very time I take a drink; conse-
quently fc«Ve I drink twice as much
as I do at home,*'—New York Sun.
Teat Its Value.
Simmons' Liver Purifier is the
most valuable remedy I ever tried for
constipation and disordered Liver. It
does its work tborouglCy. bat does
not gripe like most remedies of its
character. I certainly recommend It
whenever the opportunity occurs.
W. If. Tomlinson.
MAKING RUBIES FOR A DIME
Perfect Gems Turned Out by Two
In a little dark basement at the cor-
ner of Fifth avenue and Jackson
street, two French chemists, with the
assistance of Dr. Horace Byers, pro-
fessor of chemistry at the state uni-
versity, are turning out rubies which
are pronounced as good as are de-
veloped in nature’s laboratory, and
at a price averaging ten cents each.
The experiments have been con
ducted for several weeks, and every
effort has been made to keep the
Some of the gems turned out have
been examined at the university, and
declared to be genuine.
The place of manufacture is fitted
up with modern appliance* for chem-
Until a week ago the chemists
were able to produce a gem perfect
in every respect, except that it lacked
the color of the genuine. It was at
this point that Dr. Byers was called
He took the stone to the university
laboratry and there made an analysis
and discovered the defect. The in-
formation was given to the French-
men and a perfect stone was the re-
The coffee crop of Brazil this year
will be 1,200,000 bags of 133 pounds
! ■» COFFEE NEURALGIA.
✓ • _
Leaves When You Quit and Uee Poe-
A lady who unconsciously drifted
Into nervous prostration brought on by
"I have been a coffee drinker all
my life, and used It regularly, three
times a day.
"A year or two ago I became sub-
ject to nervous neuralgia, attaoks of
nervous headache and general ner-
vous prostration which not only In-
capacitated me for doing my house-
work, but frequently made It neces-
sary for me to remain in a dark room
for two or three days at a time.
"I employed several good doctors,
one after the other, but none o| them
was able to give me permanent relief.
' Eight months ago e friend -sug-
gested that perhaps coffee was the
cause of my troubles and that I try
Postum Food Coffee and give, up the
old kind. I am glad I took her advice,
for my health has been entirely re-
stored. I l\ave no more neuralgia, npr
have I had one solitary headache In
all these eight months. -No more of
my days are wasted In solitary pon;
flnement in a dark room' I do' all my
own work. *wlth ease. The flesh1 that
I lost during the yeai^ of my nervous
prostration has come back to me
during these months, and I am ones
more a happy, healthy woman. I en-
close a list of names of friends 'who
can vouch for the truth of the state-
ment.“ Name* given by Postum Co.,
Battle Creek*, Mich.
There’s a reason.
Ten days* trial leaving off coffee
and using Postum is sufficient. All
MONOPOLY INDICTMENTS GOOD
About Half the Counts Against Pack-
ing House Officials to Stand
CHICAGO: The hearing of argu-
ments on the demurrers to the indict-
ments returned by the federal grand
jury against five of the big packing
concerns and seventeen of their em-
ployees was closed Wednesday, and ‘.f
Judge Humphrey, before whom the
arguments have been made, retains
his present impression or the case,
one-half the number of the Indict-
ments charging the packers with con-
spiracy In restraint of trade will be
sustained and the remaining counts
overruled. When it was announced
that the case had been closed Judge
"As it now looks to the court, the
odd numbered counts are sufficient,
and the even numbered counts insuf-
ficient. The argument has been so
clear that this Is my present Impres-
“I will faithfully read the authori-
ties cited by either side in this case.
When I am readv to render my decis-
ion In the cases I will notifv the dis-
trict attorney and. the attorneys for
The odd numbered indictments
which may be considerd sufficient by
the court charge conspiracy among
the defendants in restraint of trade.
The even numberd counts allege a
monopoly. The first count in the in-
dictment is not to be considered in
the decision of Judge Humphrey, as
to this count the ^ackers arc to plead
guilty and go to trial immediately.
BURFORD MAY BE RETAINED
His Exoneration by the Attorney Gen-
eral May Mean His Reappointment
GUTHRIE: The concensus of opin-
ion is that the letter received by
Chief Justice John H Burfcrd from
Attorney General Moody means much
toward the reappointment of Burford,
whose present term expires within the
near future. Mr Moody says he has
received the report filed with him by
Assistant Attorney General Harr on
the investigation here involving the
judge to a certain extent, and he as-
sures Judge Burford that the Harr
report fully exonerates him.
This investigation was the result of
the arrest of Tom Neal, the brother-
in-law- of Judge Burford, on a warrant
charging him with being sho--t $20,060
in his accounts as court clerk under
Judge Burford. The investigation- was
made by experts from the department
of justice, prior to Neal's arrest. Neal
is out under heavy bond awaiting the
action of the grand jury, next month
CAPTURES FORT SILL
General Baldwin Takes the Fort In
Sham Battle Maneuvers
LAWTON: At 6:15 o’clock Sunday
morning General Frank Baldwin of
Oklahoma City, in command of a bat-
tery of field artillery, two troops of
cavalry and a battalion of infantry,
took Fort Sill in a sham battle against
five batteries of artillery and two
troops of cavalry in command of
Colonel William Howe of Key West
The attacking troops began their
advance from Anadarko Friday morn-
ing, and advanced to within two miles
of the north gate of Fort Sill reserva-
tion. Colonel Howe assembled his
men to the northwest and south of the
fort, thinking the enemy would enter
from that direction by the position
they had taken.
General Baldwin was successful in
making his attack from the east,
where it was least expected, and most
One flank of Baldwin's troops en
tirely surrounded the outposts and
crossed the railroad, showing that
they could destroy the railroad und
telegraph communication in time of
PAT CROWF. BOUND OVER
Waived the Formality of a Prelimi-
OMAHA: When the preliminary
hearing of Pat Crowe was called be-
fore Police .11 idee Berks Crowe
waived the formality, and was hound
over to the dIVr’cf court in $5,000
Attorney English,., js-ho representp
Crowe, naked that his client be giv
ent a trial at the earliest possible
date. It is believed that the prison-
Concrete ties for railroads which
have been tried on the Lake Shore
line have proven a failure.
Titedy Nezvous Mothe
m thi famous
Red Cross Ball Blue. Large S-o*.
cents. The Russ Company. South
The government has ordered the
making of 200,000 dress coats at Phila-
delphia for the army.
See his advertisement in this papet
and write him to-day for free booklet
Diamond drills have bored holes in
the earth in India 2,000 feet. The ob-
ject is to strike coal.
Fur chUdren *
Bammatioa. allays pain, cures wind colic. 2
25c a bottle.
The government of India proposes
to expend 150 million dollars in irri-
gation during the next twenty years.
An observatory in Peru has made a
perfect photograph of Eros, the near-
est heavenly body to the sun.
I am sure Ptso's Cure for Consumption saved
my life three years ago.—Mas. Thos. Robbins,
Maple Street, Norwich. N. Y., Feb. 17.1600.
Last year the value of copper pro-
duced in this country was $105,G29,-
Oil and Oil.
A little oil poured upon troubled
waters has enabled many a wearj
mariner to reach an harbor of safety
A little Hunt's Lightning Oil poured
upon your Burns, Bruises, Sprains,
Cuts, Pains and Aches •will enable
you to reach that harbor of peace and
comfort where contentment is a cer
talnty and happiness a possibility.
MaKe Unhappy Homes—Their Condition Irrttc
Both Husband and Children—How Thousa
of Mothers Have Been Saved From Nerv
Prostration and Made Strong and Well.
A nervous, irritable mother, often on
the verge of hysterics, is unfit to care
for children ; it ruins a child's disposi-
tion and reacts upon herself. The
trouble between children and their
mothers too often is due to the fact
that the mother has some female weak-
ness, and she is entirely nnflt to bear
the strain upon her nervea that govern-
ing children involves; it ia impossible
for her to do anything calmly.
The largest smelter ever built Is lo
be erected in California, and is to
have a capacity of 1,000 tons a day.
Important to Mothorts.
Examine carefully every bottle of CA8T0RIA,
a *afo and sure remedy for infanta and children,
and sec that it
In Un For Over 30 Years.,
The Kind You Have Always Bought.
The Peruvian government has or-
dered a twenty-four knot battleship
to be built as soon as possible.
The Orientals are learning to chew
and smoke tobacco like the Ameri-
Ask Your Doalor for Allen’s Foot-Eats.
A powder. It rests the feet. Cures Swollen,
Sore, Hot, Callous, Aching, Sweating Feet
and Ingrowing Nails. At all Druggists and
Shoe stores, 25 cent3. Accept no substitute.
Sample mailed FREE. Address, Allen S.
Olmsted. LeRoy. N. Y.
The ills of women act like a firebrand
Upon the nerves, consequently nine-
tenths of the nervous prostration, ner-
vous despondency. *‘tne blues,” sleep-
lessness, and nervous irritability of
women arise from some derangement
of the female organism.
Do you experience fits of depression
with restlessness, alternating with
extreme irritability? Are your Spirits
easily affected, so that one minute you
laugh, and the next minute you feel
like crying ?
Do you feel something like a ball ris-
ing in your throat and threatening to
choke you; all the senses perverted,
morbidly sensitive to light and sound;
pain in the ovaries, and especially
between the shoulders ; bearing down
pains; nervous dyspepsia, and almost
continually cross and snappy ?
If so, your-nerves are in a Shattered
condition, and you are threatened with
Proof is monumental that nothing in
the world is better for nervous prostra-
tion than Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vege-
table Compound; thousands and thou-
Mrs. Chester Curry, Leader ol
Ladies’ Symphony Orchestra, 42
•eet, East Boston, Mass., wi
toga Street, ]
Dear Mrs. Pinkham:—
“ For eight years I was troubled w
treme nervousness and hysteria, brought
irregularities. I could neither enjoy 11
* "^»le, n<
sleep nlghta; I was very irritable,
“Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Com
was recommended and proved to be th
remedy that helped me. I have
improved in health until I am now i
well, and all nervousness has
Mrs. Charles F. Brown, Vice-I
dent of the Mothers’ Club, 21 (
Terrace, Hot Springs, Ark., write
Dear Mrs. Pinkham:—
“ I dragged through nine years of misi
existence, worn out with pain and ner
ness, until it seemed as though I shoul
I then noticed a statement of a woman
bled as I was, and the wonderful resul
derived from Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegi
Compound, I decided to try it. I did si
at the end of three months I was a difl
woman. My nervousness was all gone,
no longer irritable, and my husband 1
love with me all over again.”
Women should remember that L
E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compoui
the medicine that holds the recon
the greatest number of actual cur
female ills, and take no substitute
Free Advice to Women.
Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn, Mass., in
all sick women to write to her for ad
Mrs. Pinkham's vast experience
female troubles enables her to
you just what is beat for you,
she will charge you nothing for
“In olden times the doctors bled
people for almost everything.”
“Gee! Don't they do It now? I
had one to perform an operation on
me not long ago, and he bled me for
almost everything I had, including a
savings account.”—Dallas News.
BABY’S AWFUL ECZEMA.
Face Like Raw Beef—Thought She
Would Lose Her Ear—Healed
Without a Blemish—Moth-
er Thanks Cuticura.
“My little girl had eczema very bad
when she was ten months old. I
thought she would lose her right ear.
It had turned black, and her face was
like a piece of raw meat, and very
sore. It would bleed when I washed
her, and I had to keep cloths on It
day and night. There was not a clear
spot on her face when I began using
Cuticura Soap and Ointment, and now
it Is completely healed, without scar
or blemish, which is more than I had
hoped for. (Signed) Mrs. Rose Ether,
291 Eckford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.”
•ands of women testify to this fact.
Ask Mrs. Pinkham’s Advice-A Woman Best Understands a W<
YOU HAVE, IT’S
The Biggest Warship
The building of the new British
battleship Dreadnaught, which is to
be the most powerful warship afloat,
will be begun on Octoebr 2 at Ply-
mouth. and she is to be ready for sea
In sixteen months. 8he wll be ol
1S,000 tons, will carry ten 12-lnch
guns and will be fitted with turbine
The Pennsylvania Railroad com
pany Is about ordering 18,000 addi-
tional cars, most of them to be of
steel. • • * ”
It Is sold antler an ABSOLUTE GUARANTEE, and If yon are not
cured your druggist will refund your money. Made In
regular and tasteless forms. Hold by all druggists for
60 CENT8 PER BOTTLE.
You will will find a largs number of Imitations which the manufac-
turers claim are the same.as OXIDINE. We caution you against
such statements. There Is only one OXIDINE and we are the sole
man u facturers. These Imitators are merely trying to sell their cheap
imitations on the strength of Oxldiue’s record.
$1000 IN GOLD
AN! COOT Or ANALYSIS will be bald to sag person who can find a
trace ef Arsenic, Strychnin*, Morphine, nr any nthcr pnlaonnua nr
injurious drugs In
Patton-Woraham Drug Co.
DALLAS, TEXAS and MEMPHIS, TENN.
mm mm mm3
All country people will be Interest
ed in reading about it in another pari
of this paper.
. 0 CURE THE «HP,
IN ONE MY
IS GUARANTIED TO CURB
SHIP, BAD COLD, HEADACHE AND NEURAL
A F. Werner, Jf. D,, Kanulgeturer.AjyrfncJleM,
A colonial exhibition is to be held
next year in New Zealand.
ei: will be able lo secure a bond. It
is stated at the county attorney’s offi-
ce however, that tn case of Ms secur-
ing bail on the shooting charge that
he will be renrrested on ilie highway
rrfbbery charge filed in connection
with the Cudahy kidnapping. The
original charge was amended to cover
the statute of limitation by an affi-
davit showing that, Crowe has been u
fugitive from justice since the filing
of the original charge and the lssu
mice of u warrant *ot his arrest.
The photographers of the twin torn
lories held a two diys' session at Ard-
•• i •
St Jacobs Oil
who goes straight to work
Hurts, Sprains, Bruises
by the use of
and saved time, pnoney and
gets put of misery quickly.
PUTNAM FADELESS DYE
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