Kiowa County Democrat. (Snyder, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 24, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 12, 1906 Page: 2 of 8
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PATRICK DOLAN EXPELLED | Women in Otir Hospitals
FROM THE ORGANIZATIONl
Pittsburg, April 7. — Gradually the
i situation In the soft coal mining fields
| Is assuming n normal aspect, especi-
ally In the Pittsburg district. Forty-
three of the mines of the Pittsburg
I Coal Company were reported In opera-
| lion and with the adjourning of the
district convention here It Is expected
It will be but a few days more when
' all the mines in this district will be
in operation. This was said to apply
i as well to the independent operators
, who liuve heretofore fought the
I granting of the advance demands by
the miners as to those operators who
' have already signed the scale.
The district convention, which has
been In a tumultuous session for sev-
eral duys, adjourned, after taking a
vote to expel Patrick Dolan and
Uriah Dillingham from the organiza-
tion. Dolan was present and declined
to yield up the ofllco, claiming he was
re-elected last January and was le-
gally entitled to the presidency unt|l
March 31 i 1907. It was said later that .
no decision will be reached lor sever-
al days as to what steps to take to
regain possession of the district head-
quarters. books and moneys now in
the possession of Dolan and Belling-
Elsewhere about the bituminous
field the situation remains unchang-
ed. At Roscoe, Pa., 2,500 miners re-
turned to work, while Irwin, Somer-
set and Johnstown still remain threat-
ening storm centers. At Somerset,
where 5,000 miners are out, there was
a small clash between the union and
non-union men in which several min-
ers were Injured by thrown stones.
All mines of the Somerset Coal Com-
pany are being run as usual. More
men returned to work at Johnstown,
and several of the mines were report-
ed in operation, the injunction obtain-
ed by the coal companies having had
a pacific effect.
••My Endorsement of fom-ffff
is Istsf Os Ho Merita."
I'j Albany, Ind.,
Ex-Mayor of Now
writes from Ml E.
"fly endorsement of Parana la
baaed on lta merits.
“ if a man la aide he look# anxiously
for something which will euro him,
and Parana will do the work.
“ I know that It will cura catarrh of
the hood or stomach, Indigestion, head-
ache and any weary or sick fooling.
“ It lo hound to help anyone, if used
according to directions.
“ I also know dozens of men who
speak In the highest terms of Peruna
and have yet to hear of anyone being
disappointed in it.”
Mr. Crutnim, In a luter letter, dated
Aug. 95, 1904, nays:
“My health In good, at present, but if
1 should have to take any more medi-
cine 1 will fall back on Peruna.”
GERMAN HOTEL FALLS;
MION ORADE INVESTMENT.
We eater te a limit** aumteer #r sateMrlteen
lr,l,—r Meek ml Maall OaaamlaaMea ea a
■aaraataeo preSt »lan. This will WM to
raw aat aat» satte prlMlHb teal sere *•»•-
SeaSsteaSar the earalas*. Qel these fte«U,
mil parllealare eaS detain ter relent well.
A a—lei will Mis Mie. Make sear
Third National Bank, Si. Louis, MO.
Address AHlalCAK Rios Packing Co., tffi
South Commercial Street, St. Uralsk Mo. '
It matters but little what you think'
of a man, provided that yo do not
Ths Bast Guaranty of MsrH
It Opra Publicity.
Every bottle of Or. Pleroo's world-
famed medicines leaving the great labo-
ratory at Buffalo, N. Y., baa printed
upon Its wrapper all the ingredients
entering into Its composition. This fact
alone- places Dr. Pioree’a Family Medi-
cines fa a close all by lAemselves. They
cannot be classed with patent or secret
medicines because they are neither. This
1a 'why so many unprejudiced physicians
prescribe them and recommend them to
their patients. They know what they
are composed of, and that tbs Ingradlaots
are those endorsed by the most eminent
The further fact that neither Or.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, the
wrest stomach tonic, liver lnvigorntor,
heart regulator and blood purifier, nor hit
•'Favorite Prescription" for wank, over-
worked, broken-down, nervous women,
contains any alcohol, also entitles them
to a place all by thcmaelvea.
Many years ago, Or. Pieros discovered
that chomtcally pure glycerine, of proper
strength, Is n better solvent and preserv-
ative of the medicinal principles resid-
ing in onr indigenous, or native, medl-
einal plants than la alcohol; and, further-
more, that It possesses valuable medicinal
properties of its own, being demulcent,
nutritive, nntiaeptio, and a most efficient
Neither of the above medicines con-
tains alcohol, or any harmful, habit'
forming drug, as will '
. bo soon from n
gismo at the formula printed an each
bottle wrapper. They are safo to use and
potent to cure. ,
Not only do physicians prescribe the
ahovo, non-sneret medicines largely, but
the most Intelligent people employ them
—people who would not think of ueing
the ordinary patent, or secret medicine#.
Every Ingredient entering Into tho com-
position of Dr. IMerco's medicines has
the strongest kind of an endorsement
from leading medical writers of the
several schools of practice. No other
medicine* put up fhr like purpose* bet
Rny each protnuional endorsement.
Dr. Pierce e Ploneant Pellets cure con-
stipation Constipation Is tho aaute of
many diseases. Cure the cause and you
mire the disease. One "IVIlet” Is a gentle
laxative, ami two a mild cathartic. Di
fists sol) them, and nothing is
•■4." Ea*y to Uko as ouufy.
The best preparation for the tutur*
la the present Well seen to, the tail
tuty Well tfoffif.—George Macdonald.
Nagold, Little Black Forest, Ger-
many, April 7. — The Hotel Zum
llirsch fell during the progress of a
fastive dinner. There were 200 per-
sons present, most of whom were
buried in the ruins. At 10 o’clock 55
dead bodies had been recovered and
100 injured were taken from the ruins,
many of them in a serious condition.
Twenty persons still are missing and
probably aro dead.
The accident Is attilbuted to care-
lessness on tl.e part of those who
were making reoaira on the building,
which had been raised five feet from
the ground. In order to give more
space for the lower story. The work
began early In the morning and was
supposed to have been finished at
noon. The keeper of the hotel invit-
ed the workmen and a large number
of townapeople to a grand dinner. The
company assembled in the middle
banquet room and was drinking the
health of the builder and landlord
when suddenly a crash was heard
above. A score of those in the. ban-
quet room Jumped from the windows
and doors in time to escape, when tho
house came down.
The town presents an indescribable
scene of horror and grief. There is
hardly a family but has lost one or
more members. The villagers and
people of the surrounding country are
inquiring for their relatives. The
dead are laid out in the town hall ad-
jacent to the scene of the disaster.
The work of regcue is still proceed-
ILLINOIS NEW PRIMARY LAW
HAS BEEN DECLARED VOID
Going through the hospitals la onr
large cities one is surprised to find such
S large proportion of the patients lying
on those snow-white beds women
and girls, who are either awaiting
or recovering from serious operations.
Why Bhould this be the ease? Sim-
ply because they have neglected them-
■elves. Female troubles are certainly
on the increase among the women of
this country—they creep upon them
unawares, but every one of those
patients in the hospital beds had plenty
of warning in that bearing-down feel-
log, pain at left or right of the abdomen,
nervous exhaustion, pain in the small
of the back, dlaalneaa, flatulency, dis-
placements of the organa or Irregular-
ities. All of these symptoms are indi-
cations of an unhealthy condition of
tho female organs, and If not heeded
the penalty has to be paid by a danger-
ous operation. When these symptoms
manifest themselves, do notdrsg along
until yon are obliged to go to the hos-
pital and submit to an operation-*
out remember that Lydia E. Pink-
ham's Vegetable Compound bee saved
thousands of women from auagloal
0IWh*nwomen aro troubled with Ir-
ragular, suppressed or painful periods,
weakness, displacement or ulceration
of tho organs, that bearing-down feel-
tng, inflammation, backache,i bloating
(or flatuleney), general debility, lndl-
The following letters cannot fail to
bring hope to despairing women.
Mias Buby Mushruah, of Bast
Chicago, lnd., writes:
TWp lira Pinkham:—
111 have been a great miffersr withlrregular
to have an operation. My mother wanted
me to try LySSa E. PtekW« V#g#tabto
Mrs. Alice Berryhtll. of 313 Boyoo
Street, Chattanooga, lean., writes t
^^TiJnJe" yoamago life looked dark to mn
1 had oloeratlon and Inflammation of the
female organs and was in a serial* condition.
“My health was completely broken down
and the doctor told me that if I was not op.
•rated upon 1 would die within six months
I !>tm I would tave no option tat
A favorite way of aaylng mean
things about a husband Is to Bigli and
look resigned when his name la men-
tioned, and say nothng.
Springfield, 111., April 7. — Illinois’
new primary election law waa declar-
clslon of the jmpreme court. Governor
Deneen telegraphed to Lieutenant
Governor Sherthan at-,'Hot Springs,
Ark., and to Speaker Shurtleff at
Haren^o, III., Informing them of the
declsjon of the court, and the govern:
or issued the call for a special ses-
sion of the legislature to be held In
Springfield, April 10, to enact a new
.. Chairman Roy O. West, of the Re-
publican state central committee. Is-
sued a call for the state committee to
meet in Springfield next Saturday to
rescind the call for the Republican
state convention called for May 14 in
The decision of the supreme court,
without a dissenting voice, declares
that the following provisions of the
primary law are unconstitutional:
That candidates for party nomina-
tions must pay a flllng fee In order
that their names mhy appear on pri-
That political parties polling ten
per cent of the total voe for presl-
counties containing a jgjpijlatlon of
.125,000 or over, 20 py cent of the to-
tal vote is required.
That It provides for a primary .vote
on candidates for governor, but makes
no provision for other state officers.
That It provides that in senatorial
districts containing two counties, not
more than two legislative, candidates
shall be selected from any one coun-
ty,' and* that in districts comprising
three or more counties not more than
one legislative candidate ;• shall - b*
nbiplnated from any one county.
The supreme court also holds that
voters of the socialist party, which
challenged the constitutionality of the
law, and which had tmen debarred
from holding a primary election un-
der Its provisions, had lost none of
their rights because the tine for hold-
ing a primary had passed, and fixed
upon Baturday, April 21, as the data
upon which the party may hold a pri-
(or flatulency), general debility,
Mon, and nervous prostration,•<
it with such symptoms ascUzsinos
Itnde. excitability, irritability, as
_ _ __________ Within five
lit relief but was not entirely cured
and began to use it faithfully
yaTTelt relief but was not
itU I used it for some time.
• nil-gone” and •• want-to-he-leit- men to write her for aai
iow mare than a noses who had
female trouble* and who today are aa well
and strung as I am Hunt using jrour Vege-
Lydia B. Pinkham’s Vegetable Com-
pound at once removes such troubles.
Refuse to buy any other medicine, foe
yon need the best. ...
Mrs. Pinkham, daughter-in-law of
Lydia E. Pinkham. invites all alck wo-
men to write her for advice, Her advice
OUR NEW CATALOGUE ISAM)
guir Cotton Gia MadGnery'O all
wry you art In nwd of
Omtmental gm (farm Dallas, texas
GRETTOWN 1$ THREATENED I ~
IT MINT HOSTILE SUDS
‘.'A'ltt&ukh the dlgnlflsd’iyRm'tnay not
know 'much, he has tifjbe yefy care-
ful of what,little;he does.JInow.
If dying rich is' %•»disgrace, why
| doesn't somebody-'jp-ove It?
I Curas Cancer, Bleed Poison and Rhsu-
If you have blood
; eruptions, plmph
glands, bumps t si
Itehlng skin, copper-colored
rash on the ■kid, mucous i
mouth or thrpa't. falling I
paint, old rheumatism or foul ca-
tarrh. tabs Botanic Blood Balm (B.
i B. B.) It Mils the poison In the blood:
soon all sores, eruptions heal, hard
! swellings subside, aches and pains
at*n sail a ihhefanl nttuh la in^|
pimples, ulcers, swollen
ipa > and risings, burning,
, copper-colored spots or
skiff, mucous patches In
Greytown, Natal, April 7.—The col-
onial field force which was concen-
trating at Impanza, 12 miles north-
west of Greytown, for operations
against the Insurgent chief, Bambaa-
tu, (he deposed regent of the Grey-
town district has been compelled to
abandon Its laager after heavy fight-
ing nnd retire to Greytown.
A portion of the force sent to rescue
the women and children Isolated at
Kcatcs drift, succeeded In so doing
but while returning was attacked by
rebellous natives. A running fight
was kept up for six miles, the Sulua
continuing the pursuit until within a
mile of Greytown. Three of the col-
onial police were killed and several
44,000 Miners Out in 9ranee.
Dens, France, April 5.—The strik-
ers in the mining districts now num-
ber 44,000. Seven arrests have been
made on charges of exploding dyna-
mite nnd atoning tho police nnd non-
strikers. The strikers made • demon-
stration against the nrrests, hut the
cavalry charged nnd dispersed them.
Tho coal companies are discontinuing
the workmen's trains and the (Meting
against the companies is Increas-
■top end *-perfect curb Is
sores, ugly ulcers, persistent pimples
of all kinds, take B. 8- B. It destroys
the cancer poison In th* blood, heals
cancer of all kinds, cures the worst
humors or suppurating swellings.
Thousands cured by B. B. B. after all
kmntM—Ml”' n CfiT°*<"i °n pU|f*
th* blood pure and
were wounded. The remainder are
safe at Greytown. The police report
that the rebels are In strong numbers
and flushed with victory aad the offi-
cials fear further excesses, A strong
force of artillery, Infantry aad mount-
ed men Is moving out of Greytown
to operate against the rebels.
A laager has been formed here and
every preparation has been made to
defend Greytown In case of attack.
An assault on the town, however, Is
Considered unlikely to occur, the Sul- ! medical’ advice also sent
us preferring to fight In the rugged ' tor.
country outside. Every woman believes in heredity
The British field force at present t0 this extent: That her children In-
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next 24 hours.
trouble and free
In sealed let-
Thlsvea Loot a Monastery.
Roslof, Province of Yaroslav, Rus-
sia, April 7.—Thieves looted the
Trortse Wnrnttzki monastery off the
night of April 3 find got sway with
126,000 and a guantlty of vffluabl* Ar-
ticles. ' .
•arina Beaaififf •peat*
Mexico City, April S. — President
Dlaa oprnied congress for Itg spring
session Sunday evasdng, Aorll 1.
I Nfft -Jffot a* Ossa*'—it’s ths Ussi
Oh* bos of Hunt's Ciira It tiafalUnff-
| Ip, unqualldsdly nnd absolutely guar
i tntssd to euro any form of akin 41a-
i gnaa. It Is particularly ‘active In
promptly rsllsvlng end permanently
ffuMfiff all farms of Itohlna knows.
Ecsems. Totter, Ringworm aad nil
almllar trouble! nrs relieved by oaa
Application; cured by on* boa.
All of gfi Are willing to psy for
aestu at th* theater to listen to the
troubles of people who would bors us
Don't Oe( Wet!
ffriO hasp pug dry aa
they an the product of
the beu material) aad
seventy yean' experi-
ence la manufacturing,
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