The Watonga Herald. (Watonga, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 29, 1906 Page: 3 of 4
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November la the month of falling
temperatures. Over all the temperate
regions the hot weather has passed
aa4 the first rigors of winter have ap-
peared. As the great bulk of civilised
l ls located in the Temperate
W» Cksagiag Tem-
ONE OP THE MOST REMARKABLE
JOURNEYS EVER TAKEN BY
A CHIEF EXECUTIVE.
Father and Five Children Suffered far
Two Years with Terrible Eczemn—
Wonderful Curs by Cutieura.
Zones, the effpet
of changing sea-
sons Is a ques-
tion of the high-
When the weath-
er begins to
from warm to cold, when cool
. its succeed hot nights, when clear,
Jd days follow hot. sultry days, the
hwpan body must adjust Itself to this
changed edndition or perish.
The perspiration incident to warm
weather has been checked. This de-
talas within the system poisonous
materials which have heretofore found
escape through the perspiration.
Most of the poisonous materials re-
tailed in the system by the checked
. petipiration find their way out of the
baity, if at all, through the kidneys.
Thjb throws upon. the kidneys extra
labor. They become charged and over-
loaded with the poisonous excretory
materials. This has a tendency to in-
flame the kidneys, producing function-
al diseases of. tbe kidneys and some-
times Bright’s Disease.
'• Peruna acts upon the. skin by stimu-
latlng the emunctory glands and ducts,
thUh preventing the detention of pois-
onous materials which should pass
ou^ Peruna Invigorates the kidneys
encourages them to fulfill their
Ion in Spite of the chills and dls-
aments of cold weather,
runa Is a
the test of time.
Many of these
remedies have been used by doctors
and by - the people in Europe and
America for a hundred years.
Perupa has been used by Dr. Hart-
man in his private practice for many
years with notable results. Its efficacy
.has been prqven by decades of use by
thousands of people, and has been
substantiated over and over by many
thousands of homes.
Pe-rtMie Is a World-
American Expert .Leads World.
Gardner F.-' Williams, the American
mining engineer who dlrecta the dia-
mond 'butput of the world, was born In
Michigan, but became a resident of
California at 16 and 'a student at Cali-
fornia college In Oakland, afterward
the state university. He perfected
his education at the mining Academy
of Freiberg, among the lead mines of
Saxony. He was assayer in the mint
at San Francisco two years and spent
some tifne In practical work in the
mines of Nevada and northern Cali-
fornia. He then went on an exploring
expedition for the Rothschilds to Ma-
eehonaland and -made the acquaint
ance of Cecil Rhodes. He took charge
of the mines of the De Beers company
in 1886, through the Influence of
Rhodes and has been at their head un-
til recently, whefi he returned to
America, leaving his son, Alpheus Wil-
liams In his place.
RHEUMATISM STAYS CURED
Mrs. Cota, Confined to Bod and lit
Constant Fain, Cured by Or.
Williams’ Pink Pills.
Rheumatism cull be iuherited and that
fact proves it to be a disease of tbe blood.
It is necessary, therefore, to treat it
through the 'blood if a permanent care
is expected. External applications may
give temporary relief from pain but as
long as the poisonous acid is in the blood
the pain will return, perhaps in a new
place, but it will snrely return. Dr. Wil-
liams’ Pink Pills cure rheumatism be-
cause they go directly to the seat of the
disorder, purifying and euriohiug the
Mrs. Henry Cota, of West Cheshire,
Conn., is the wife of the Tillage ma-
chinist. “Several years ago," she says,
“I was laid up with rheumatism in my
feet, ankles and knees. I was in oou-
stout pain and sometimes the affected
parts would swell so badly that I-could
not get about at all to attend to ray
household duties. There was one period
of three weeks during which I was con
fined to the bed. My sufferings were
awfnl and the doctor’s medicine did not
“ One day a neighbor told me about
Dr.Williams’ Piuk Pills and I decided to
try them. After I had taken them a
short time I was decidedly better and a
few more boxes cared me: What is
better, the cure was permanent.”
Remember Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills do
not act on. Hie bowels. They make new
blood and restore shattered nerves. They
tone up theetomach and restore impaired
digestion, bring healthful, refj-efhiug
sleep,give streugth to the weak and nmke
miserable, eomplainiug people strong,
hnngry and energet io. They are sold by
all druggists, nr will be salt postpaid, on
reoeipt of price, 80 cents per box, six
boxes|2.50, by the JDr.. Williams Medi-
oine On., Schenectady, N.Y.
Tradition That An American Preal-
dent Must Not Visit Anothsr
WASHINGTON: Completing a re-
markable trip to Panama during which
he traveled several thousand miles by
sea and visited not only the isthmuB,
but Porto Rico as well, and voicing
his thorough enjoyment of the entire
voyage. President Roosevelt returned
to Washington Monday night.
As the Mayflower pulled into the
dock at the rear of the office of the
commandant at the navy yard. Mias
Ethel Roosevelt, the president’s daugh-
ter, with a companion, w.ere -waiting
to greet the party. Miss Roosevelt
Immediately rushed on board as soon
as the gangplank was laid and affec-
tionately greeted her-father and moth-
The president landed within ten
minutes after the arrival of the May-
flower. To those, who met him he
stated that he had )iad a delightful
trip and that he was feeling fine. The
president and Mrs. Roosevelt Immedi-
ately proceeded'to the White House.
Speaking of hls trip, the president
“We had a very pleasant, very en-
joyable, time and I am deeply im-
pressed with the United • States navy,
with Panama and with Porto Rico.”
• The Panama canal, it was stated by
the president, will be the.subject of a
special message and consequently <
that subject the president will say
nothing at this time.
A cabinet meeting was held Tues-
day, the first since November 8th.
when the president left on his trip.
Investigation of Townalte Frauds.
MUSKOGEE: Inspector W. D.
Foulke, who is conducting the inves-
tigation of alleged fraudB in the mak-
ing of Creek townslte schedules sev-
eral years ago, has commenced the
examination of witnesses. While a
number appeared before the Inspec-
tor, the main'object of receiving the
testimony was to secure more speci-
fic Information of the charges, and
persons said to be connected with
them. The proceedings are of a pri-
vate nature, nothing regarding them
being disclosed by the special Inspec-
tor, M. L. Mott, national attorney far
the Creek natldn, will represent the
nation in the Investigation.
"My husband and five children were
all afflicted with eczema. They hgd
it two years. We used all the home
remedies we could hear of without
any relief, and then went to a ptaysl-
cian and got medicine two different
times, and it got worse. It affected
us all over except head and hands.
We saw Cutieura Remedies advertised
and concluded to try them. So I sent
for $1.00 worth, cosistlng of one cake
of Cutieura Soap, one box of Oint-
ment and one vial of Pills, and
commenced to use them. I do not
know how to express my joy In finding
a cure, for two of my children were so
bad that they have the brown scars
on their bodies where they were sore.
Mrs. Maggie B. Hill. Stevens, Mason
Co.. W. Va., June IS, 1905.”
“THE MARRYING SQUIRE.”
Justice Gee. E. Law, of Brazil, Ind.,
Has Married 1,400 Couples.
Records of Wagers.
Betting Is neither so general nor so
promiscuous as it was 150 years ago,
when books for recording wagers were
always kept on the tables in the much
frequented coffee houses of London.
Seme of these books are still to be
found among collections of antiques,
and they make interesting reading.
All manner of bets are entered there,
on marriages, births and deaths, on
.the duration of a ministry, on the
length of the lives of prominent per-
sonages, on the possibility of earth-
quakes, and even on hangings.
Justice Geo. E. Law, of Brasil, Ind..
has fairly earned the title of “The Mar-
rying Squlye.” by
which he Is known
far and wide, hav-
ing already married
some 1,400 eouptes.
Ten years ago he
was deputy county
treasurer. “At that
time,” said Justice
Law, "I was suffer-
ing from an annqy-
we lng kidney trouble. My back ached,
my rest was broken at night, and the
passages of the khtney secretions were
too frequent and contained sediment.
Three tc*es of Dpan’s Kidney Pills
cured me In 1897, and for the past
nine years I have been free from kid-
ney complaint and backache.”
Sold by all dealers. 50. cents a box.
Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
be^>dy«d0^wit h'*CPUTN Aiif ^ A DELeSS
DYES, fast, bright, durable colors.
If you must waste time waste your
own. Do not waste other people's.
Smokers have to rail for Lewie Single
Binder cigar to get it. Your dealer or
English Labor Party Active.
In England the Labor party is ask-
lag all the affiliated unions to double
their subscriptions to the parliamen-
tary representation fund. It Is bow
two cents a member.
The season of coughs and colds Is
not yet past—they' will be prevalent
for some months to come. Do not
neglect or experiment with them. Use
the safe and sure remedy—Simmons'
Cough Syrup. It heals the soreness
and stops the cough.
In the Shade of the Sphinx.
The Egyptian pyramids will proba-
bly lose much of their magnificent
County Officials hfcjld In Contempt
GUTHRIE: County Attorney Freel-
lng. Sheriff Grace and other Potta-
watomie county authorities who were
cited recently for contempt of court
in the Blakeney divorce case at Te-
cumseh, were called to Perry to an-
swer to the contempt charges before
Judge B. T. Halner, who issued the
order against the officers several
weeks ago, while sitting in the dis-
trict court at Tecumseh. They are
charged with contempt In allowing
Mrs. B. B. Blakeney to secure pos-
session of the child which Judge
Burwell In hearing the divorce case,
had awarded to the custody of other
SUNDAY SCHOOL INSTITUTES.
New Plan Work to Be Adopted by Ok-
GUTHRIE: The Oklahoma Slate
Sunday School Association has com-
pleted all arrangements for the hold-
ing of a series of Sunday school in-
stitutes In cities of the territory dur-
ing the month of December. Six Sun-
day school specialists will make up a
party who will tour the state and con-
duct these Institutes, the work being
under the direction of William Rog-
ers, general secretary of the State
Sunday School Association.
The dates and places for holding
the Institutes are ak follows:
Hobart, Deoember 4-5; Anadarko,
December 5-6; El Reno. December 6-7;
Shawnee, December 7-8; .Oklahoma
City, December 10-11; Guthrie, Decem-
ber 11-12; Perry. December 12-18;
Enid, December 13-14.
One of the striking features of the
moment la the Venetian embroidered
bands seen on several Paris models.
As the word Venetian might Imply,
these trimmings are not In gold and
•liver, but the designs of the sixteenth
century simply copied in silks and
wools of neutral shades to suit the
taste of the day. A dainty visiting
gown In silver gray crepe de chine has
an antique pattern of silk roses and
foliage resting upon a band of dark
gray velvet. This trimming la 'also
used extensively In ball and dinner
W. L. DOUGLAS
Laundry work at home would bs
much more satisfactory If the right
Starch were used. In order to get the
desired stiffness. It Is usually neces-
sary to use so much starch that tbe
beauty and fineness of the fabric Is
hidden behind a paste of varying
thickness, which not only destroys the
appearance, but also affects the wear-
ing quality of the goods. This trouble
can be entirely overcome by using De-
fiance Starch, as It can be applied
much more thinly because of Its great*
er strength than other makes.
Legal Giant to Dafend Thaw. -
Delphin Michael Delmas, regarded
as leader of the Pacific coast bar, has
been retained to defend Harry Kendall
Thaw, Indicted for the murder of Stan-
ford White in New York. Mr. Delmas
will have charge of the case In every
particular. He was admitted to prac-
ttiee In the state of New York recent-
ly. and in any event will take up hls
residence In the empire city at the
conclusion of the Thaw trial. He has
a striking personality and is regarded
Ss one of the most resourceful, aggres-
sive and magnetic lawyers In tbe coun-
try. In facial characteristics he bears
a wonderful resemblance to the first
Disobedience Brought Death.
An Italian prince had strictly for-
bidden one of his daughters to smoke,
but so great a hold had the habit ob-
tained over her that she secretly en-
gaged in the practice at every oppor-
tunity. One day she was indulging In
a cigarette as she reclined on a bal-
cony attired In a dress of the lightest
muslin. Suddenly her father appeared
on the scene. In the hurry to hide the
evidence of her disobedience the
princess placed her hand with the
burning cigarette behind her back.
The result was startling and tragic—
her frock was immediately In a blaze,
and she was fearfully burned from
head to foot, dying after suffering In-
North Carolina a Woodworking 8tate.
“North Carolina,” said C. J. Field,
of High Point, "Is rapidly becoming
the greatest woodworking state in the
country. We are now second only to
Michigan in this particular industry
and at the present rate of Increase
will soon pass that state. In the city
of High Point we have 60 furniture
factories and make everything from
a hall rack to the finest bedroom
“Nine hundred solid carloads of fur-
niture are - shipped out of High Point
every month. Our trade is not con-
fined to the United States, for we ship
furniture dally to China, Japan, Aus-
tralia, Cuba, England, France, Ger-
many, and In fact to nearly every civ-
ilized country in the world."—Wash-
A DOCTOR’S TRIALS.
and legendary appearance in the near hundreds
future. The. Egyptian government has
given permission for the erection of
homes and hotels In the vast plain
stretching from Eskeblch to the Nile
and covered with the ancient sphinxes
and structures. Already several soci-
eties have been formed to avail them-
selves of the picturesque View for the
building of large hotels. All around
the pyramids of Ghlseh there are to
be erected real American skyscrapers
from nine to ten stories In height.
A physician, writing to the British
Medical Journal, says: “To-day thou-
sands are taking ’aspirin’ without a
doctor’s prescription. If we had al-
ways prescribed It as ’acldl sallcyllcl
acetic!’ very few would have remem-
bered the name; the same applies to
Net "Juet aa Good"—It's the Best.
One box of Huat’a Cure is unfailing-
(y, unqualifiedly sad absolutely guar-
anteed to cure any form of Skla Dis-
ease. It Is particularly active in
promptly relieving and permanently
curing all forms of Itching known.
Eczema, Tetter, Ringworm and all
similar troubles are relieved by one
application; cured by one box.
It taxes a man with strong will pow-
er to listen to reason when he Is
National Fare Fa
All ths , .
tho Purs Food ssd
Garfield Tea far
The Hag of the almighty 1
appreciably tp, ths.,
derives from her-
Par chit Ur bo ttHhing, Bml
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The deepest lovp Is thifr^hfafci ji4i
fosses leash . 1 . *-./■: ■ ...: iL*s
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Important to Mothors#
limine carefully ewrjr bottle of CASTORIA,
a nafe and «uro remedy for Infants and children,
and see that it
Is l’n Tor Over SO Tor*.
The Kind Yea Uave Always Bought.
Many Like This,
A. B. Richards Med, Co.
Gentlemen: I take pleasure In stat-
ing that 1 have long used your Hunt’s
Lightning Oil in my family, with most
gratifying results. For burns, cuts,
8tiff and sore mfiscles, neuralgia and
like troubles I have never found an
equal, and take pleasure In recom-
mending it to anyone who desires tbe
best and quickest acting liniment that
money can buy.
J. R. Campbell,
Justice of the Peace,
Prect, No. 1, Grayson County, Tex.
Vanderbilt Popular with Comrade*
Cornelius Vanderbilt Is slowly but
surely earning hls way to the front
In the national guard of New York.
In 1901 he wan elected a second lieu-
tenant In the Twelfth regiment and Is
now senior first lieutenant In the or-
ganization. He has been detailed to
the captaincy of one of the compan-
ies and will soon become a regular
captain. The members of the regi-
ment show no jealousy over this pro-
motion, as they say it was earned by
good work as a soldier.
The Original Poroue Plaster.
It’s Allcock’s, first Introduced to the
people sixty years ago, and to-day un-
doubtedly has the largest sale of any
external remedy—millions being sold
annually all over the world. There
have been Imitations, to be sure, but
never has there been one to even com-
pare with Allcock’s—the world’s
standard external remedy.
For a weak back, cold on the chest
or any local pain, the result of taking
cold or over-strain, nothing we know
of compares with this famous plaster.
Master of 8eventy Languages.
Jeremiah Curtin, at present living
at Bristol, Vt., is the master of 70
languages. He began life on a farm,
but by diligent study acquired one lan-
guage after the other. He Is at pres-
ent doing special work. Besides hie
many translations be is the author of
a large number of books. He gradu-
ated at Harvard and shortly after-
ward President Lincoln appointed
him secretary of the legation at SL
Reynard’s Hiding Place.
During a run of the Essex Union
Hounds at Great Burstead, England,
the fox took refuge in a brewhouse,
-and seated Itself on the copper of
boiling- water. Finding bis position
too warm, and being bard pressed by
the hounds, It fled to tbe roof and
•Bought safety among tbe rafters.
Chairs were upset, plates and
dishes broken and paint pots over-
turned by tbe hounds, until the arriv-
. al of one of the whips, who caught the
fox and liberated 1L
For Cougk Cold, Croup,
Sore Throat, Stiff Neck
At all D«aUr*
PrlcB 25c 50c, & »IjOO
"Sloan's Book on Horses
Cottle. Hogs & Poultry
Address Dr. Earl S. Steen
\ 615 Albany St. Boston, Mss*.
Q. W. Farlowe, East Florence, Ala.,
writes: “For nearly seven years I
was afflicted with a form of skin dis-
ease which caused an almost unbear-
able itching. I could neither work, rest
or sleep In peace. Nothing gave me per-
manent relief until I tried Hunt’s
Cure. One application relieved me;
one box cured me, and though a year
b*B passed, I have stayed cured. I am
grateful beyond expression.”
Hunt’s Cure Is a guaranteed remedy
for all itching diseases of the akin.
Diet of Americans.
Die "Woche, In a two-page article,
tells Its readers “what Americans
eat,” taking as a type the average
New York business man. Hot cakes,
quick lunch dishes, pie, Welsh rabbit,
Ice cream, grapefruit, oyster cocktails,
pork and beans and many other pur*
ly American dishes, and Ice water, are
referred to as Indigestion promoters.
“All this.” says the writer, “the Amer-
ican eats with relish. They are the
dishes of the city and of the country.
Ha balks, at only four things: Frank-
furter sausages, sauerkraut, butter-
milk and limburger cheese—these he
calls ‘Dutch foods.’ ”
‘‘I wrote you for advice, ’’ writes Leila Hagood,
of Sylvia, Term., ■ ‘about my terrible backache kpdl
monthly pains in’ my abdomert arid shoulders. '
had suffered this way nine years and five'doctors
had failed to relieve me. On- your advice l took
Wine of Cardui, which at once relieved my pairts *
and now 1 am entirely cured. 1 am sure that
Cardui saved my life.” )
It is a safe and reliable remedy for,jaM ferfujp^
diseases, such as peri-
odical pains, irregulari-
ty, dragging down sen-
sations, headache, diz;*
ziness, backache, etc.
•* A r\ ■ •. .
At Every Drag Store in $1.00 bottle*.
•. • li11-
Ha Sometimes Gats Siok Lika Othar
Purifies Water for Boiler.
Two locomotives on the North I«oa»
don railway have been fitted with res-
ervoirs containing oak liquor (oak
obipa and caustic soda), through
whloh the boiler feed water Is passed
tor purifying and aoftenlng purposes.
For the Kitchen Window.
Hava h bunch of chlvaa and parsley
growing In pots In tha kitchen win-
dow during the winter. Chives are
moro donate than onions and are a
delicious addition to the potato or lot-
tuco salad and fine for flavoring soup
or hash. It must be chopped fine. A
teaspoonful is enough for a salad.
The Santo Domingan rebels agreed
to surrender and be good, and then
went back on their word and took
to tbe warpath. The habit seems to
bo chronic and incurable.
Queen ef Pudding*
, One Quart sweot milk, one pint
bread cruabs, one eup sugar, one-half
sup butter, yolka of two eggs, grated
4 of lemon. Bake, then spread
£th jelly; beat the whites of two
froth. ed.< one cup pow-
juice of a lemon;
tho jolly and brown
EVen doing good to people la hard
work If you have too much of It to do.
No one knows this better than the
hard-working, conscientious family
doctor. He has troubles of hls own—
often getB caught In the rain or snow,
or loses so much sleep be sometimes
gets but of sorts. An overworked
Ohio doctor tells hls experience:
“About three years ago as the result
of dotng two men’s work, attending a
large practice and looking after the
detail* of another business, my health
broke down completely, and I was lit-
tle better than a physical wreck.
“I suffered from Indigestion and
constipation, loss of weight and appe-
tite, bloating and pain after meals,
loss Of memory and lack of nerve
force for continued mental applica-
“I became Irritable, easily angered
and despondent without cause. The
heart’s action became Irregular and
weak, wjth frequent attacks of palpi-
tation during the first hour of two
“Some Grape-Nuts and cut bananas
came for my ’ lunch one day and
pleased me particularly with the re-
sult. I got more satisfaction from It
than from anything I had eaten for
months, and on further investigation
and use, adopted Grape-Nuts for my
morning and evening meals, served
usually With cream and a aprlnklo of
salt or sugar
“My Improvement was rapid and
permanent in weight as well ss In
physical and mental endurance. In a
word, I am filled with the joy of liv-
ing again, and continue tho dally use
of Grape-Nuts for breakfast and often
for thq evening meal.
“The little pamphlet, ‘The Road to
Weilrille,’ found In pkgy., Is Invari-
ably saved and handed to some needy
patient along with the Indicated rent-
■edy.” Name given by - Poatnm . Co.,
"TfiBtB'g ft raft*
CMwrrb Cure. ^ CHI!riT * CO.. TolsSo. O.
W», tb. underlined, have known V. J. Cb»n«T
for tb. lut IS tun, ud b«U.f • blm perfectly hon-
orable in .11 Dnatn.,1 tmnKilOH and Sunnelelly
nbl. Io carry out any uhll*ntlon* mode by kli era.
Wboluole Drnceittn. Toledo. O.
H.X*. Catarrh Cora It taken toteruelly, acting
directly upon the blood and moeome lurf»oee of tbo
system. Teetlmonlele tent free, price eaote par
*°Taka M^V/aally'rSTe Vor eonetlpattoa.
Artists Dislike Solitude.
Mint. Bernhardt and Signora Duse
have mutual horror of being alone
while traveling. Caruso, the tenor, is
of the same temperament, always
avoiding solitude. He Is always ac-
companied by some friend, who ar-
ranges traveling and other details for
him, gives the singer advice and takes
all slniilar responsibility from tho
With a smooth iron and Defiance
Starch, you can launder your shirt-
waist Just as well at home a* the
steam laundry can; It will have the
proper etlffnees and finish, there will
be less wear and tear of the goods,
and it will be a positive pleasure to
use a Starch that does not stick to the
Anticipate Honor for New Yorker.
Rev. Dr. Magnes, recently elected
assistant rabbi of Temple Emanu-El,
In New York, la spoken of as the next
president of the American Federation
of Zionists; at present Dr. Frl den-
wald, of Baltimore, la the official head
of the federation.
Give Defiance Starch a fair trial-
try It for both hot and cold starching,
and If you don’t think you do bettor
work, In leee time and at smaller cost,
return It and your grocer will giro
you back your money.
Plequart’a Army Nickname.
Gen. Plcquart was always so gentlo
In hls manner while about bis regi-
mental duties that bie nickname in tho
French army was Georgette.
In one pound of coal there la enough
coloring matter to dye 600 yards of
flannel magenta, to dye 120 yard*
aurln, to dye 2,600 yards scarlet, and
265 yards Turkey-red.
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If more than ordinary skill in playing brings the honors of thft
game to the winning player, so exceptional merit in ft remedy
ensures the commendation of the well informed, and as a rea-
sonable amount of outdoor life and recreation is conducive to r
the health and strength, so does a perfect laxative tend to one’s
improvement in cases of constipation, biliousness, headachSS;
etc. It is all important, however, in selecting a laxative, to
choose one of known quality and excellence, like thft *YSr
pleasant Syrup of Figs, manufactured by the California Fi0
Syrup Co., a laxative which sweetens and cleanses thft system
effectually, when a laxative is needed, without any unpleaaarit
after effects, as it acts naturally and gently on the Internal
organs, simply assisting nature when nature needs assistance,
without griping, irritating or debilitating thft interna! organs in
any way, as it contains nothing of an objectionable or injurious .
nature. As the plants which are combined with the figs in
the manufacture of Syrup of Figs are known to physicians to
act, most beneficially upon the system, the remedy has met
with their general approval as ft family laxative, a fact well
worth considering in making purchases. ^
It is because of the fact that &YRUF OF FIGS
is a remedy of known quality and excellence, and approved by
physicians that has led to its use by so many millions of well
in/ormed people, who would not use any remedy of uncertain
quality or inferior reputation. Every family should have ft
bottle of tho genuine on hand at all times, to use when a
laxative remedy is required. Please to remember that thft
genuine Syrup of Fig* is for sale in bottles of on* six*
only, by all reputable druggiste, and that full name of thft
company—California Fig Syrup Co., It plainly printed on
the front of every package. Regular price, 60o per bottle.
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California Rg Syrup
........ 1.........**i» frra*ni««al fcal. "***"
IV J»VT« FT.
Wsgss ef New Zealand Clerk*
Clerks In dry goods end grocery
■tores in New Zealand earn from M
to $17.60 a week.
lewis’ Single Binder Cl|
taste. Your dealer or
Jigar hoe a rich
He who hurries cannot walk with a
stately step.—Chinese proverb.
JOINTED POLE COTA
1bo«i»ftn,» Cy* Water
W. N. U.. Okiehome Bft*. N»L • ftv
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Nation, O. R. The Watonga Herald. (Watonga, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 29, 1906, newspaper, November 29, 1906; Watonga, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc496502/m1/3/: accessed December 2, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.