Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 29, Ed. 1, Thursday, March 29, 1888 Page: 4 of 4
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YlNITA. - INDIAN TEIUUTORY.
Up thro tht mists of childhood'! tender mem-
Floats desr vision which I often sect
Morn noon nd night with gentlo benediction
On sea or shore It kindly visits (no.
At morn between the sleeping nnd the waking
It comet and hallowa all the day for me.
Arms me with high resolves my strength re-
newing! Mr father'a face then fondly do t see.
At noon. In all hit rugged manly vigor
Wearing the marks of anilous toll for me.
Hearing the "heat and burden" cncoropl.'iinlnff
That lorlng face again I aeem to e t.
And In the twilight when the day U fading
The-chlldren'a hour thenbrlnga him sweetly
Ai at our fireside toll nnd caro forgotten
1 aeem again tu hear hit wordi of cheer
Ills tender counsel rise nnd truo and lorlng
Ilia 'Ji In ours hla grief at our pslnt
Yea In the twilight at the children' hour
'Neath father'a root-tree I'm a child again)
And when the twilight deepens cro the dark-
nen Folda mo and tnlne'ncalh covering wings o(
I ee him bend berora the old homo altar
And all my soul la quickened with tho light
Of hla bowed head hla locl:a of tnowy white-
ness Hla folded palms and reverent solemn air.
As from the Hook be lovea he roads the met-
ago Or Kada ua near to Heaven's gate In prayer I
And though the floweri hare grown between
For long long yeara all flowera can never be
a fragrant a the memory of my father
Whoae tainted face In tlilon oft I aeel
Ellin Knt'ght Bradford tn Coeil Ilotiitltrptnj.
1ST MABY nABTWEIi CATHXB700D
Aumon or "CnAQcr o' Dooit" "BrcpatM
GtrrnniE" "Tun Los Man's
Cadi.v" and Oram Stob ns.
ICcpfrlghttd JW7 ly t A. .V. Kitten Xrvtpa.
CIIAPTEH 11. CoimxtiED.
"Now Mils rheebo let us havfc ' ut verb
conjugated beforo tvo blunt our minds with
Fhccbo thcreforo plunged Into German
conjunction nnd afterwards produced her
exercise from her pocket; ho examined It
"What's thisl This Is too ambitious. A
good student keeps his eye on tho structure
of tho language ; ho doesn't run after senti-
ment." "It's the last part of Bchlllor'n 'Diver'
and Is familiar enough to every body but
me" said rheebo. "I did enjoy It. Tho
ncnso of much of It ramo to mo without tho
"Yes I don't doubt HI" commented the
master dlsscntlngly snorting. '-Let mo
hear you pronounce now."
"It bears ono along" pleaded rhcobc
"oven tho foolhanlincss which took him
tmdor tho water a second tlmo af tor ho had
brought up tho cup In safoty once"
I Tho master listened to herrcadlng giving
vent to gulteral corrections whilo she took
her momentary stand In his book alcove.
Tho rash there was not so docply Imbedded
In logs as were tho other windows and such
late light as still straggled across tho clear-
ing illuminated her and her German text
Mrs. Darker drew back her own chair from
thetabloand announced with housowifoi;
formality that supper was ready. Orcutt
having suspended his ciphering to hear
Fhcebo'a exercise cow briskly laid asldo
his slate; and tho master was willing to
postpono f urthor drill until he bad filled tho
pUtos on tho table.
"Como Miss rheebe" said he. "Bomo
day with constant practico and tho chanco
of conversing with Intelligent Germans
you may get n fair grip of tho language."
"What's tho matter childl" exclaimed
Mrs. Darker. "What do you soo out thcrol"
" Oh nothing nothing" replied Phcebo
coming swiftly away from tho window.
HUAT'S THE MATTEIt CHILD I"
"May bo I fancied one of tho diver's mon-
tors had come up out of tho whirlpool and
Was grinning at ma I wish I could plungo
Into some place and bo hid and yulct for-
ever." She put her hands over her face but not
In tlmo to stop a stray sob.
Mrs. Barker put her arm around rheebo
and potted tbo girl's head against bor shoul-
der. The master with his lists clasped tho
thumbs pointing upwards ono at each side
of tho pllo of plates glared sternly at his
"You'vo been worried out" ho pro-
nounced. "Tho children of that wholo dis-
trict need killing. I've said so repeatedly.
They're a noisy scandalous set"
"Oh no" said Ilicobu.
1 "Yes they do. Rome of them ought tobe
skinned slowly and hung up In the sun to
dry Adam and Mojo Guy for instance."
"Adam and Mose Ouy ain't children"
piped Orcutt "and they don't go to school
"Tbey used to" maintained tho master.
"I can't coiitrol mysolf vory well" plead-
ed l'liccbe drying her face. "But nobody is
"Bho has to carry too old a head " said
Mrs. Barker putting her guest In tho gilt-
backed chair and spreading her napkin.
''She ought to bo thinking of young folks
and a good time and here sho Is worrying
to save money nnd studying Dutch between
whiles. Next tlmo you come Mr. Barker
shan't hold a school examination over you "
"Do let him ! How little I shall over know
If Mr. Barker does not train mo. And I
have been seeing young pooplo."
Bbe began to tell about Psyche Fawcott
and talked rapidly while tho meal lasUxl.
After supper the master and his son went
Into the twilight chopped wood and
kindling fed tho pig and carried fodder to
and milked the cow. In the midst of those
homely cares and whilo tho master's bass
reverberated among solemn trees with Old
Hundred l'bccba's volco and prosonco
broke Into his hymn. Hbo was standing
wrapped in her scarlet shawl ready to go
"Oood-nlght Mr. Barker. I must hurry
" But you ore not going homo now. You
aro going to spend the evening and may bo
Uy all night."
"I miul go" said iticcbe ' .
"Walt till I've milked tho atrlpplngs
then" commanded the master. " You can't
go alone. It's dusk."
Hut repeating good-night rheebo was
already on the path through the woods when
Mrs. Barker ran out of the cabin after bor.
However tho matter had scarcely carried
his frothing palls into tbo houso whoa Mrs.
Bsrtii camo back drawing her shawl to
(oeui over her nose.
"8e wouldn't let me go a piece with
Her" said tho master's wife. "I don't
know what pouetfpt that child to-night"
Who looked anxious as the hung her wrap
en the docrantier.
"I'll Just step out and ovortako her"
said Mr. Barker.
"Hut tho oughtn't to goalono through
k wood ought thol "
her just out of tho clearing. That's why I
In mod back. I saw sho Wanted mo to."
" May bo It was her brother or ono of tho
"It was a stranger. I took n (rood look nt
him nnd enough worse looking ho Is than
her poor slmplo brother. I don't ljko It
And her getting so oxclted before suppor
ns If sho saw something out Of tho window
"I don't llko It elthor" said tho master
rubbing his grizzly head.
Tho man took sovcral steps bcsklo rheebo
boforo cither of thuc voko. Bho drew her
shawl closo around hor and shrunk oft from
him but she did not look directly at him
but glanced sldowlso puckering her faco In
Ho was a grotesquo crcnturo with tho
various pieces of his clothing shabby nnd
unmatched; but tho most skillful of tailors
could scarcely hnvo molded him In gar-
ments suitable to his faco. It was emaciated
and withered though neither by dlscaso
nor ago. Ono corner of his mouth twlstod
downward ns if in n continued Jeer nnd
norvous spasms enmo nnd went over ovory
ntom of countenance which could bo moved
and distorted. Whenovor ho becamo ex-
cited In talk this singular Infirmity played
faster nnd faster llko ovll lightning over his
"Weill" said rheebo In it high ngltated
"All right" said her companion. "You
saw mo beckon to you through tho window."
"You know 1 saw you."
"You wcro a long tlmo getting out If
you hadn't como pretty soon I'd bolted in
nnd asked for you."
"I know you would. What do you want
"What do I want now!" mimicked tho
twisted mouth. "When you ain't seen mo
for two years. Whcro'sThornoy I"
"Ho's near me of course" replied tho
shaking girl "Why tun't you lot us alonol"
"What should I want to let you alono
for. Ain't I got my rights I"
"Your rights" said I'hcebe fiercely. "O
you wicked millstono;you want to drag us
under forever. You know when I whs
sorry for you nnd tried to holp you. But
you ran't Imposo on mo any mora. And I'll
defend Thornoy against you."
rheebo began to sob aloud swallowing
piteously nnd using her hands against
her throat to press back tho exploslvo
"You look like defending any thing I"
laughed tho man. "Don't do that now.
You never mado any thing bellowing at
mo. Didn't you know I'd drop around somo
"Ohjros I know It you always do there's
no help nnd no csoupol"
t ell then shut up your doleful racket
I ain't going to hurt you."
".o; rm past being struck with your
fist now but never past being robbed and
Tho man broko off a bltof bark and chewed
It ns ho kept pace with her.
"Jlow much money uavo youl" ho In
"ioull doc Thornoy end mo lust tho
same If I givo It to you. I'vo bought you off
lor tne last time."
"You'll givo mo what monoy you havo.
I'm clear down. If you don't I'll mako a
stako tho way you despise and I'll tako
I'licebo faced about and they stood still.
with tho path between them.
"There's a hundred other thtnes I can do"
added tho man. grinning. "You know you
don't want to own mo around hero."
"ot n drop of my blood owns a drop of
yours" burst out Phoebe. "I havo lived a
blameless life. You do your worst I won't
givo you my earnings and you will lea vo my
brother Thornoy alone too."
Bho walked rapidly ahead Into tho dusky
woods. Ho was at no pains to overtake her
but let tho sparo widen between them
thrusting his hands Into his tnckcts nnd
breathing a crook-mouthed whlstlo on his
I'hcebe feeling frozen In her last mood
und carrying her defiant head erect en-
tered the familiar sitting-room whero Mrs.
Holmes was rocking the baby to sleep. Bho
entered us ono who beard tho cry of wolves
behind her and knew tho wolves might yet
burst In (..id claim her notwithstanding an
able-bodied man like Gurloy was at hand to
"Mr. Ourley has called to seo you." said
rheobo had stopped at tho sight of Tod-
dlos going to sleep. It hurt her to remem-
ber how lately sho had rocked him herself
feeling utmost ns safo nnd happy as if well
through with the world.
Bho turned and met Mr. Gurley with a
dignity ho ooukl not add to her sincere and
credulous image and whilo sho spoko sbo
wondered how soon herpursuer would en tor
Mrs. Holmes silently thought hor too
scarlet In choeks too dazzling in her eves
altogether too powerful and pretty.
"lvus Just about to traco you" said
Gurloy. "Miss Fawcett has changed her
programmo Instead of having us later In tho
week she wants us this ovenlng and as tho
little party's so Informal I hope you'll bo will-
ing to substitute my escort for the other
arrangement wlduh was mado for you "
"I should llko to go to Miss Fawcott's"
sakl Phoebe choosing for herself like a
princess. Bbo thought sho heard a now step
in tho kitchen.
"My horse and phaoton are ready" said
Gurley. "I camo curly to make up for tho
look of notico by giving you plenty of tlmo
to get ready In."
'Oh I urn always ready for any thing. I
might wash my hands and beg Mrs.
Holmos for a bit of geranium. I havo just
ono dress" explained I'hcebo. "And that
makes It so easy to bo ready."
Ourley laughed out with approval but
Mrs. Holmes secretly shuddered at such
flinging o' one's poverty at a man's sympa-
thies. Bhe had kindly planned decking
l'hacbe for this party in somo of her own
finery and felt Indignant at being robbed
of such feminine pleasure and the self-approval
which would have been consequent
on it At tho very least hor laco bertha or
a sash might have relioved the girl's som-
berncss but now she felt too outraged to
add oven the bit of geranium.
"You are In foot an Ascensionist" com-
mented Gurley "and go about all tho tlmo
becomingly robed for the day of Judgment"
"You havo sakl It exactly" riuubo told
blm smiling holding her tears sternly In
their cisterns. "And you havon't uny idea
what u feeling of companionship you can
havo towards a gown that is liko yourself
alone in the world."
"Yourbrothor wants to seo you Miss
White" said Handy speaking at tho kitch-
en door a shade of patronage coloring her
tono to the sister of such a brother.
I'hcuoo oxpandod standing quite croct
end high. -
"Ob does he! Bring him to mo then.
Bring htm directly In here."
Itaudy withdrew bar one-eyed counte-
nance and Mrs. Holmos carried Toddles In-
to his nursory.
Instead of the figure which tho girl had
braced herself to meet however Thornoy
White came in sniffling and downcast too
timid to lift his eyes as high as a strangor's
faco let too doggedly indignant at tho
world In geuenU to avoid all encounter with
It Ho seemed ready to fall apart so slight
a hold bad his garments on each other's
support; and his hay-colored hair hungover
a silly fiu-o which expressed nothing but an
appeal to his sister. His spraw'Jiig boots
were heavy with such moist earth as ho
lutd boen ablo to collect upon them during
his tramp across tho Hollow; but barnyard
odors ralhor than broath of the spring
woods saturated his preseuco nnd spread
uround lmn 'i'be block wool hat which hod
gathered dust undisturbed since I'hcebo
brushed it Inst was worried down to bis
oars and propped by them; and his hands
appeared well along on their Journey to-
ward hU knees in yawning trowscr pockets.
Tboniey's chin evidently put on at an of tor-
thought and scarcely belonging to his face
hung In moments of vacanoy toward his
breast but jutt now foaling the presence
of unexpoutcd society he raodo suocottlvo
eilorti to hold It up and swallow 4 audibly
In tho struggla
Ourley thought he bod never ee a more
rcpultlYO creature. But If Thorney jad
been a shining and firm aagoL I'boebo could
not havo run to blm with swifter change of
countenance and manner. Bbe turned him
towards Gurloy maternally at both vouch-
ing for hint and challenging Ids opponent
"This It my brother Mr. Ourley" sbo
said. "My good little brother though be Is
older thau I am and looks so tall"
Gurley advanced his hand and greeted
this goal little brother
'BU!io hands Tbornoy" prompted. h
sister In a quick low tone "and say 'how
do you do.' I"
Thorney shufllod forward a step and
thrust his moist and dirty hand Into Our-
loy's palm with mumble but without tak-
ing his eyes off tha floor.
"Ho's so bashful" explained Thccbe In
the tone a mother uses whon she snys "ho's
cutting his teeth." And sho added a snlft
admonition to Thorney to Iccep his hands
out of his pockets and stand stralghtcr.
"Ho's worso than MoArdle" Inwardly re-
marked tho young gentleman. "Poor llttlo
mother hen I What unnatural chicks sho
has to scratch fori"
' And what was II Thorney!" Inquired
Phoebe "I'm going out this evening to
stay until after our bed-tlmo. You won't
"Tills is ir DttoTitr.il."
mind coming to tho school-houso to-morrow
after school will you I Wo can talk it
Thorney perhaps had his attention oc-
cupied by tho disposal of his hands; or he
was too dull to seo how sho hastened to bar
his telling what it was. Thrusting one fist
under his chin to support It and sliding
the other behind him whonce it soon wan-
dered to tha familiar pocket ho complained
that Thnno was around ng'ln.
"Never mind I" exclaimed Phcebo.
Thorney muttered that ho did care
"Como after school" repeated his sister.
"I havo very much to say to you Thorney.
And you can tell mo all about It then. But
go homo now won't you I And don't stop
to speak anybody In tho woods; don't linger
nround whero anybody can got hold of you
"As If sho wcro admonishing Red Hiding-
hood" thought Gurley. "What prowler
would want this beautiful object!"
Thorney howovcr absorbed all tho solid-
tudo his sister could pour over him and do-
parted thenuslf his Injuries wcro but halt
salved l'hocbo leaned forward In tho phae-
to.n as It turned from Holmes' gato to watch
his slovenly figure plodding into tho woods.
"But Mr. MeArdlo" said Phoebe rctur-
Ing to Gurley.
"Her mind reverts to her other dependent
chicle" thought ho.
"Miss Fawcett said ho was to bring mo
and take mo bock."
"There's many a slip betwixt tho cup and
"I don't believe you llko him" sho ob-
served. "I havo noticed you taking him up
"Taking him up short onlyl Consider
how virtuous that is of me when I suffer to
beat nnd kick him."
"And ho so Inoffensive" laughed rheebo.
"Ho never Injured you any way did hoi"
"No" replied Ourley "I wish ho would."
McArdle In dress-coat and pumps was
tho second person Phcebo grcrjed on enter-
ing Miss Fawcett's parlors. He stood talk-
ing with a young girl.one hand resting on a
chair-back the other hanging gracefully by
his side and sclf-contclousncss radiating
from him. h'o other member of the class
was In evening attire.
Gurley saw with satisfaction that Phcebo
was Instantly admired. Bho moved daunt-
lossly Into this llttlo social sea feeling that
llko nn Iceberg she carried sevenfold of her
bulk of cold misery below tho surface. Not
for her were tho timid vanity and erratic
carriage of young girlhood.
"How alluring your Miss White Is Cu-
pid" said Psycho honking her finger on
his arm In tho library. "I wish I had black
eyes and a racy color that moist pcach-llko
richness of tho skin. They are so easily
and simply dressed to. Bbo looks as dis-
tinguished as a queen."
"I accept your approval as a personal com-
pliment" said Gurley. "Now cast your eye
"Why should I cast my eye on Mr. Mo-
Ardle I You know ho sets uy teeth on
"Psyche" said Ourley with gravity
"hadn't I better bring our old engagement
ring hack to youl There are some subjects
on which our harmony Is utter."
"Itlght there our harmony would break In-
to discords. I never felt as kindly toward
you in my llfo as I do to-night and it's all
because tho annoying engaged feeling Is off.
I can't seo why girls take pride In such dis-
comfort And If an almost endurublo creat-
ure llko yourself hampered me Ob con-
sider what It might hnvo been with that
wraith of manhood yonder us tho party of
tbo second parti"
"I shall always remember gratefully
Bwansdown that you rate mo a littlo above
MeArdlo. McArdle denied boforo the'fellows
to-day that he had tha slightest acquaint-
ance with this young girl when I hod seen
him tako money from her hand which she
had earned by hard days' work. Ho didn't
want to Identify himself with her or bring
her out at nil; ho only wanted to make use
of her good-will."
"Jock why do you set me to despising
pcoploln my own bousot Ills so Inhospi-
table I didn't pull you In hero to havo my
temper excited but to ask you how to break
that stiffness. Oh ta nil the girls and
young men in Greensburgstabd up llko that
and freeze each other's marrow for iwlltc-
ness' sako whon tiny moot at an easy
"I om afraid thoy do" responded Gurley
"They nover used to do It" mourned
"We're trying to bo polished" said Our-
ley. "And when wo don't danco wo tiosr
und drop on occasional word to each
"Dancol If thoy only would. But yor
told me half the men aro divinity students
and not dancing men at alb"
"Besides" added Ourley "wo are In
some awe of our present hostess. Wo be-
lieve she comes straight from courts and
occupies herself comparing us common
clods to duchesses and counts and so on."
"What shall I do I I would actually get
upon a table and cut a caper If that would
mako them comfortable."
"Is this the way you help mot" exclaimed
Psyche Hashing hor rings as If through
thorn sho discharged her surplus electricity
"I would just Iovo to blto you liko I used to
whon wo first fought each other."
"Yos I carry tho engraving of your lovoly
fingernail under my right ear yet" observed
Gurley with enjoyment "But I was going
to say that when wo Orccnsburgors waut
to relax und Umber ourselves thoroughly
we tako to charados and tableaux."
"Oh how easy" said Psyche. "Why
didn't you say so beforo 1"
" And then wo end with college songs and
go homo blessing our entertainer."
Tho comiany was accordingly soon divided
In twain ono soction chatting expectantly
on rows of chairs tho other wrangling und
eager In a greon-room to which tho house
wardrobes were mado tributary. Psyche's
aunt a quiet lady wlio scarcely Impressed
ono's memory was mado manager of stage
Miss Fawcett and Phcobe who were to
appear as the captive Queen of Boots and
one of her Marys remained together whilo
the rest of their company went forth to
open tho act
When thoy had completed their own fan-
tastlo adornment they scC down to wait and
Psycho smiled at Phcobe.
TO ht COSTIXCED.
All the food elements of skimmed milk
are digestible. Its nlnoty per cent of water
Is no more than Is contained In several kinds
of roots and It Is mote valuable for weight
than any secles of turnip or root at It bat
quite threo times as much albuminoid food
at most of those and nearly thrco times as
much as the richest of all tbo roots.
- i . mm
A cabpet of a liugo flowered pattern Is Is
poor taste and does not harmonlzo with any
vlilng. Tho colors In a carpet ouould bear
out tbo general color of room.
Food and Morality.
Prof. F. T. Miles of tho faculty of I Tho greatest doctors In Europe don't seem
tho University of Marvlnm! dollvorol to know what nils Unsor Fritz."
nlocture to it largo nudlonco of young ' "l5rih"flel11 5" Tt.?pI0'5
w -..... i Jl ..r.i .i iiir repented ahd publlo confldcnco 111 "export"
mon rocontly on "Food nnd Dlgos- medical knowlcdgo Is ngnln thaken.
Hon." In tho conro of his locturo . Tho effect Is n revulsion.
Prof. Miles In spooking of tho offbe's ! Blnco tho fatnl days of 16S3 many of tho
of nn lnsulTlcIont quantity of food doctrines of tho schoolmen concerning ox-
said! "ThofntdlsMmonrs first thon l"nIvo medication havo been nbandoncd.
t. .... i- .-- i.-w ... i n it- nni1 n" schools of practico are moro nnd
tho musulcs wnsto awny nnd finally moro relying upon old-fashioned slmplo root
tho bones como through tho skin. Tho and horb preparations nnd careful nursing
brain tho spkinl cord nnd tho norvos thoonlyrellnncosknowntoourancostors.
nro nourished to tho Inst Llko n king Theso mothods nnd reliances ore Ulus-
In n bolosguorod city to whom his loynt trat'1 to-ffly.n n 8crl.c18 ' old-faMiloncd
.iii. i . n.i .. ii. k.ii.. roots nnd herbs preparations recently given
subject givo up tholr food tho nobler l0 th0 wrM b tll0 wol.known pio-
orgnns nro longost nourished. In tors of Wnrnor's snfo euro -preparations
starvation thcid Is not slmplo hunger mado from formula possessed by many of
of tho stomach but htingor of tho our oldost families and rescued for popular
wholo body. It Is not strnngo that o nnd Issued under tho happy deslgna-
1M. t... ... .i. t. tlon of Warner's Log Cabin Remedies
w cu hunger pressco on pooplo thoy .My gon) 0cmlnlC(1 a vcnernUo woman
will do strnngo things. It produces lo tho writer when ho was n boy "my son
insanity and thoy havo bcon ilrlvon to you'r ycllor nnd palo nnd weak liko lookin'
eating what has bcon called 'strnngo
flesh;' Hint Is to cannibalism. Thoro
nro millions of pcoplo who hnvo not
enough to cnt. It is nt tho bottom of
nnnroliy. Tho pollco mny givo them a
lonf of bread but tho wholo body Is III- general provalcnco of tho uso of such a
nourished nnd n restless fooling ro- preparation ns Log Cabin Barsaporllln ox-
mitt. Nnt ... on l lnn will. .! pl?lnstho rugged health of our ancestors.
stilts Not much can bo dono with tho
grown-up pooplo of tho criminal
classes hut tho child criminal comes
first Tho criminal classes nro called
dirty lazy nnd ugly. Of cottrso thoy
nro. Thoy nro dirty bocnuso thoy havo
no sparo heat to lot go; lazy bccaim
tiio muscles aro weak nnd nnturo tells
them to keep still when hungry.
You would bo nstonlshcd to know how
ihuch of tho beauty of tho fairest
womon Is mndo up of fat. Tho crim-
inal classes nro ugly becnugo thoy havo
no fat How could n child whoso mus-
cles nnd nervous system hnvo bcon
partly starred bo oxpected to Imvo nil
tho sympathies and instincts of n tiigh-
or cinss oi sociciyr An ovcry-iiay ono-bath-school
with n breakfast beforo tho
lesson would bo n capital thing for
poor children. Somo say tho poor
themselves aro to blanio for their con-
dition by living too luxuriously. Ono
of tho most lntcnso cravings of tho
Grccly Arclio party was for sweet-
meats. Ten nnd collco do moro good
than harm. Thoystlniulatonotonly tho
brnln but tho activities of tho wholo
body. Thcro will bo n grant mission
to tho poor somo dny to soo that thoy
get enough good food. Ilallimorc Sun.
A Famous Indian and a Still
Famous Indian Fighter.
Wo give below n plcturo of KrrCAit-
son tl.o famous scout nnd Indian
lighter whoso thrilling exploits sur
passed in Interest and adventure thoso
of nil other frontier heroes. Kit s
Tini-irfii mn'i innr nn t.-na n x-nrv- linn
portrait shows that ho wns n vory Hon
in courngo nnd stern determination
and nlso n mnn of flno Intellect Ho
was in truth tho Ideal American hero
of tho wild Western border.
COLONEL KIT CAIWOH.
Kit's Inst great contost with tho
Indians occurred in 18G7. tho roar be-
fore his dcatli when Kf.i Knife n
porfect Indian fiend suddenly attacked
Iho defenseless settlers of tho remote
frontiers. A most irrnphic spirited
nnd thrilling nccotint of that most ties-
pcrnto stnifclo is linwbolni: published
In tliu Now York Ledger under tho
tltlo of "Hed Knife; on Kit Causon's
LastTkail." Ued Knife ns will bo
. sr '- ..
seen by tho plcturo of him which wo
wns a typ'cnl Indian wnrr or nnd cut-
throat Tho history of his raid and
of Kit Caiuon's skill and horolsm In
meeting tho perils of tho occasion is
bogun In No. 7 of tho Now York
Ltdjjer. KonEirr Hoxneii's Sons havo
issuod millions of samplo coplos of
this number of tho Ledger but thcro
arc probably persons who havo not
yet had n copy and wo aro informed
that nny ono who has not had ono of
these samplo copies can got ono fro
of expenso by simply sending Ida
namo nnd address to tho Ledger office
nt tho corner of William nnd Spruco
streets. New York. This Is certainly
nn easy nnd cheap way to get a speci-
men number of tho groatost Indian
story over published.
Hypnotism Is attracting much at-
tention in Kurope nnd remarkable ox-
pciimenls nro mndo upon porsons
whoso nervous system renders them
sympathetic. Tho royal family of
Spain latoly attended n soanco given
In tho place by a colobrnted Italian
doctor whoso stibjucl wns n young
lady well known In Madiid society
who wns a total stranger to the
hypnotlser. This young lady it is
said nto witli plonsuro n wholo rnw
potato It having boon suggosted to
her that it wns preserved fruit Sim
also smelt tho strongost smelling snlU
without hor eyos watering for moro
than n minute tho Italian doctor hav-
ing Inspired Iter with the belief that It
was entl do Cologne.
Tho llrooklyn brldgo enjoys nt
presuiit tho celebrity of being the
greatest brldgo In tho world hut when
tho glgnntio viaduct now in course of
erection over the Firth of I'urlh In
Seotlnud Is completed nil other bridges
will ho cntt in the shade. Tho llrook-
lyn brldgo It 802 feet long ami has n
span of 1000 feet. Tho brldgo norots
Iho Forth will inrasuro 8091 feet nnd
there will bo two great iirchos oaeh
1710 feet In lougth.
Mrs. Cntsldy "Why don't you
como down and see mo Mrs MtGln-
nls?" Mrs. McGinnls " And It's you
that's talkln' Mrs. Castidy; nnd not n
tight did I seo of ye since last Alttherl
Sure if I lived ns near to you as you
do to mo I'd be droppln' in every
mt 9 mw
Somebody suggests that it Is uso-
less to go to tho expense of buying
works on Volnpuk. Tho dialect sloiles
in tho magazine will unswvr nil prac-
At JL . & VJfLllIIKt.il
Tho Lcss-on. of "Unser Frlti" Case.
you'r noodln'n good slinking up with somo
A Jug of spring snrsnparllht was just as
necessary In tho " winter supplies" of fifty
years ago ns was n barrel of pork and a
famous medical authority says that tha very
Wlilio Warner's l-off tauin Barsaparllln is
an oxccllcnt remedy for all seasons of tho
year It Is particularly valuablo In the
spring when tho system Is full of sluggish
blood and requires n natural constitutional
tonlo nnd lnvlgorator to resist colds nnd
pneumonia and tho effects of a long winter
l'hllo M. Parsons clork of tho City Hotel of
IlartroiM Conn. was prostrated with a cold
which ho snys "seemed to settlo through
my body. I neglected It and tho result was
ray blood becamo Impoverished nnd poi-
soned Indicated by inflamed eyes. I wns
treated but my oyos grew worso. I wns
obliged to wear n shndo over them. I feared
that I would bo obliged to clvo up work."
"Under tho operation of Warner's Log
Cabin Hnrsanarllla and Liver Plus" ho
says "Tho soro and Inflamed eyes dlsap-
no-.l. Mv blood. I know. Is In a hcntthler
condition than It has I ion for years. I havo
n much better nppctito. I shall tako sovcral
more bottles for safety's sako. Warner's
Log Cabin Barsaparilla Is a great blood
purifier and I most heartily recommend It"
A f o w bottles of Warner's Log Cabin Bar-
sanarllla used in tho family now will savo
many a week of sickness nnd many a dollar
of bills. Uso no other. TM l th oldest
most thoroughly tested and tho best Is put
up In tho largest sarsnpartlln bottlo-on tho
market containing 12) doses. There is no
othor preparation of similar namo that can
equal It Tho nnmo of Its manufacturers Is
a guarantco of Its superior worth.
Whilo tho great doctors wranglo over tho
technicalities of an advanced medical sclcnco
that can not euro dlscaso such slmplo prep-
arations yearly snatch millions from un
Licenses for Engine Men.
Tho Baltimore I'rcss wants Congress
to licenso locomolivo engineers as the
stniploitt solution of tho problem "how
t c.irrJ. thousands of lives with the
smallest posslblo nvcrago of fatality."
It urges with nit tho improvements on
tho locomotive nothing has been done
since Stephenson's day to Improvo the
runners of tho machine mid snys;
"Tho majority of engineers nro not
nhlo to repair tholr engines; thoy know
practically nothing nbout steam gen-
eration or expansion; they havo never
. been apprentices In locomotive shops
where Mono it is po9slhlo to secure nn
ititimnto knowlcdgo of tho component
parts of tho intrlcato maclilno tbey are
" If a woman is pretty
-1 o roo ftl no niatur
lie ilia blotido or hrunMte
ho sbo Ivts mo look at her."
An unhealthy woman Is rarolr. If ever.
beautiful. Tho peculiar diseases to which
so many of tho sex aro subject are prolific
I causes of pale sallow faces blotched with
unsignuy pimpics uuu lusteness oyes ana
emaciated forms. Women no nflllctrd can
bo permanently cured by using Dr. Fiorco's
Favorito Prescription; nnd with tho restor-
ation of health comes that licauty which
combined with good qualities of head and
heart makes women miccls of loveliness.
"Favorito Prescription" Is tho only inedl-
clno for womon sold by druggists vmltra
oiUn fitiul from tho manufacturers
that it will idvo satisfaction in cvorr case
or mono".vld bo refunded. This guarantee
nn fsawtn '
has boon printed on thabottlo-wrupperand
faithfully carried out for mauy years.
Pome men aro accused of belntr t'ght
wncn. In fact It is their pocket-books that
are f ulL" i'onltri btattwtai.
How's Your Liver?
Tho old lady who replied when nsked how
her liver was "God bless me Incvor'ieard
that thorn was such n thing in thoiiv.a''
was noted for her amiability. Prometheus
when chained to a rock might as well havo
pretended to ba happy as tho man who is
chained to n diseased liver. For poor
Prometheus there was no escape but by
tbo uso of Dr. Fiorco's Ploasant Purgative
Pellets tha dlsagrocablo feelings irritablo
tompcr constipation indigestion dizziness
nnd sick headache which aro caused by n
diseased liver promptly disappear.
A comdixatiom lock makes a good chest-
We would bo pleasod to know of a man or
woman who has nover had hoadncho or been
subject to constipation. Ai thoso seem to
bo universal troubles a llttlo ndvico may bo
in order. Why should porsons cram their
stomachs with nauseating purgatlvo pills
etc. which sicken and dcbllitato when such
a pleasant and storllng remedy as Prickly
Ash Hitters will act mildly and effectively
on tbo liver kidney stomach and bowels
nnd at tho tamo tlmo tono un nnd strength
en tho wholo system causing headacho
constipation and all such distressing evils
to quickly dlsappoar.
Prrnirs no nrtlolehas been so frequently
"weighed in the balance and found want-
ing" as cost
FHEr.l A 3-foot Frenih Glass Oial
I ront Mckel or Cherry Cigar Cnso. Mek-
chants ONI.V. It W. Tansiix & Co.Chlcogu.
Sous rivers must have feet as well as a
head. Anywny wo recently read of ten
tows on the Ohio river .Yorrlitown Jltrald.
Evsnr lady should read advertisement ol
Iiat'l Medical Dispensing Co. la this paper.
Tiiet'll never more Lo tntsurt tho suc-
cessful fair who dare to leap In lbMB.
Iroflllcted with Horo Kycs uso Dr. Isaac
Thompson's Eyo Watcr.DniggUUsollltSSo.
THE GENERAL MARKETS.
KANHAS CIT V. March 21.
CATTLn Shipping ttMrs .. 3UJ ( M
Ntttlreouwi 10 in
HullierV sitters .. J 01 alio
IKXJB-aoo.1 to ehulss hoar i 14 ft o as
No. I soil . TT U n't
OOItM-No.J AS ft 42't
oA'ra-Ho. ii m& w
HYB-No. 0) 6s
FI)UII-FanMr mU .... I tfl Q SO)
HAY-llaUxi H A 7 0)
lIUTriilt-CliolMcreamsr... 1 fi ;C
CHMrHsK-KiillcrtKun It ft U
UUUfi-titjoto) 10 O 1HI
UACU.S-IUni 10 6 IDs
Bhouldsrs 7 ii 11
UM Hf 0
I.AI1I) 7.J 7S
PUTATOUS ii 74
CATTLK-Hlilpplnisstaar..... ISO Q ID
lluttm'ator.... 3 1') a
HOUS-I'oekbig 1U a Hi
BHIIIU'-Falrtocholoe 4 0) & SO)
KMIUII-Olioteo t 1) O mi
WIIHAT-No. I rl on tO
OOKN Ku I iViVA it
oats-.vo.j sift am
ItVU-Ho. J 01 A Clli
lltm'lilt-Crer.racrjr II O iw
POI11C II W OMW
OATTI.K-Blilpplnsslcer 1 5 Sid
IlOUU-Pocltliigandthlppinj.. 5 U) Q in)
BUEIU'-Fiilrlo eholee 4 OJ (a fa
FLOUIt- Winter wheat IN O 10)
wui:AT-No.'.)ra ) a m
COIlH-No.I IS a i
oath-No. a o w
IIVE-N).! MO Mil
pouit jaw ii90
OATTf.R Common to prims. . 4 It B M
HOCJS-CJood to choice .. .. DM a IN
FLOIM-Cloodtoctiolcs .... S7U to 4 ft)
WHHAT-No. tred . ... IB't OJ
COItN -Ho. 3 ... I.3!ift W
OATtf WtsUrn mlied MO la
UUTTUII-Crcatncnr - ... . a
pome . . !ai0Q
Nothing Mko It 1
Every day swolls tho volume of proof that
as a spccllla for all Mood diseases nothing
equals Dr Plereo's Oolden Medical Discov-
ery. Itomcmbor this Is nn old established
remedy with a rec rd I It has boon weighed
in tho bnlanco and found fulfilling every
claim I It has been tested many years In
thousnnds t enses with flattoring success I
For Throat nnd Lung troubles Catarrh
KIdnoy disease I.Ivor Complaint Dys-
pepsia Blck Mond&cho nnd oil disorders re-
sulting from impoverished blood thoro Is
nothing llko Dr. Plereo's Golden Medlcnl
Discovery- world-rcuowncd nud over grow-
ing In favor I
A rtuunin never nsksi "Is It worm
enough fof yonf" Ho Just hands yon his
bill nnd watches the perspiration trickle.
Tho Dftmnn of Ihn M nrsli
Tho ovll spirit that hovers nbout stagnant
pools and Inundated lowlands Is no material-
ized bogey no phantasm of a disordered Im-
agination but a ixiwer of evil far moro urn-
llgnnnt than nny familiar nnalhemntlzcd by
Cotton Mather. It Is Malaria which has for
Its destructive progeny fever nnd nguo
bilious remittent and dumb nglip connucr-
ablowlth Ilostettcr's Htomach lllttors ns
aro dyspepsia constipation livor com-
i - -
Tun church belle Is sometimes found In
tho choir. Jloiton Jhtlltllii.
It Nerec l'atls
Durnng's Ithcumatio Hcmcdy will euro
nny cuso of rheumatism on onrth. It Is
taken lntornnlly. Wrlto for frco pnm-
phlot to It. K. HELriiEN'TlNr Druggist.
Washington D. C or ask your druggist
To bnKAM nt n bnnr botokons mlsclilof
which your vision shows you Is a Iru n.
Von strengthening and clcarlngtho voice
uso "llrown's Ilronchiul Troches." ' I havo
commended them to friends who wcro pub-
llo speakers nnd thoy havo provod out remo-
ly sorvlcoablo." litt. JUnry Want lietchtr.
Ursine aown tne youngster mnntn in
early mustacho time. Waihmjton Critic.
Halc's Honeyof HorchouudnndTarcurcs
Couphs nnd bronchitis nnd consumption.
Pike's Toothncho Drops Curo in ono minute.
An angry dog Is an animal of cur-rago.
It prepared solelr for Iho
coroof cumplslols wblcn
alttlrt all woaisnklml. II
rlrcs tone anU strtnglh to
h. niarin. nrnni. anfl
eorrfcti dangeron itliptac-niciits ant IrrrKUltrl-
tin. itiorrfiTiinrhsnrornro. inoutooi i
nancy preaii j rriio.piiiw iiii.vi hkiuivi ihi nu.
rromolrt tpccrtT rrcoTorir. It assists nstriro lo
tttlr mVo tho critical cban;o rromsrlrlhim.1 to
srntnanhoml. lUipi-aiiant 10 Oio title anil mar te
taaen at all tlmn with ptrrct aareir- I'rlce 01.
rnn-Aix iit tu nRVimirr. .. .
Tho best and turest Itrmrdy far Curo of
all diseases caused by nny derangement of
the Liver Kidneys StociAch and Bowels.
B Dyspepsia Sick Headache Constipation
Dillons Complaints and Jlalarlaof all kinds
yield rtadlly to the beneficent Inflatnco of
It Is ptfa.sa.it to tho taste tourt np the
njstcm restores nnd preserves health.
It la partly rf table and cannot fall to
proro bcncflclal both to old and young.
As a Wood Farlllcrlt is superior to all
others. Sold everywhere at 81.00 a bottle.
rOR ALL DISOIIDEIIS OF'XHE
fBt1 and Bowels
Cms CoNSTtraTiov iMiiioisTtoK.rirsPErsru
orArrmn Uiuoun.viBS Ninvorasrss Jai x.
Dies. Ktc. l'llltn as outk
r'ACIFIC MAHUFACTURIHQ C0..ST. LOUIS.MO.
Neuralgia Headache Soro Throat Sprains
Drulses Burns Vounds Lnmo Uack
And All Pains 01 tn Inffammalory Naturo.
Hold hy Jniclate. COe. and Ul.OO.
fiOXO nOOIX JXAILED F11KC
Addroao WIZARD OIL CO.
L'Art Do Ln Modo.
6 t'lll.llltKII rl.ATIJl.
six ins ntrT rtait nu n
rvOnl.r II of ruurNrws-iltat.
tr br spud UA n-iits for Isteil
uu niter to
y. J. SKlllslL r.lll.V.r
Ely's Croam Balm
nirc. rrlleT at unca Tar
COLD in IlEAJy.
CVUIJ) I -
Miw hoi a Liquiu or onun
S(CT -Apply Halm Into cachnostrlL
. i-ki (iiun.ssur.niricncrn t
8 k -ANTI
THE QRKAT ENOLIQU IlEMEDY
''"'. niw iwiimiion tr ynt from Mrr am
onUln. onlr lur. lrt.tilo InirrvdlrnU. fntL
ur.vKU mfiin. a tit n r. Mii"ii;iioT """
UOlB5 a V
To Iloutfkfrptr nnd
I'unnfrt.- Ills Itnpor.
tanl llial lbs Hods jroil
om ahould U WW t a nil
1'ur lion aa allalulUr
aubiUnM uaad (or
food. To Iniur ob-
lalnlng onlj Ika'-Arm A
Hamur' krand HoJa
bar It lo "pound or
half pound" cartoons
wbUh btar our nama
and Irailo-mark as In
ferlor Rood! ara aome-
"ArinlilUinmtr ' Irinl
bn bought to bulk
I'srtlM miiis llaklng
I'owdsi should riaoi.
bcr Ibat Ut tola rlsln
property consists orb:
THE LEADING REMEDY.
THE TRADE SAY8 SO.
Ths SafToring Class Saja 8o To Tho Trai.
ITS VIltTIlICS AllK ''"KNIIMKHAl-
1TS CUIIIM AUK MA11VICLOUH.
Curonlo Casts 40 Yenra'fllandlnt; Cared
BoM lv flrunqtiti nnd Deairri lrmhere.
tha Charles A. VmalsrCo. Hallo. Bids
Ths onlr nno calf SKI Bitmli- Sboo In Ins
worMniadnwIllmill lnM r nniu. as siriirn
ami UuraUwai thoso co.lmir fnrfrlanl hsTlnno
iscssonislls Hi wcnrthnHKOmiMT hurtttio led
...k. l.ai Jv.mfnMntiln Aliit Wcll-flllltltf aS a
hand Mwal sbo. Ilur tho l-fit N.inopnnlniin.
: . a .. ..... h II t. lLiiiiUa 1. 1 fclhfut
"v?l- lioroi.AH St Hlior Iho orlslnsl
anil onlr hnnrt .fwr.1 well II . "blcU equals
c7V"o'i;iiIH"'t1.ao Hliiii: 1. mo
V.'Kr'KoY'riWH 80 Hlior. I. worn brail
llovs and Is Iho Ih-.i -rbool thoo In tho mrW
All tin aboro anon are mado In Conrc. Iltnion
sort l4c Tvi If not .nl.l br your ilralar wrtw
W. I DOl'lll.AH Ilrocktou Must.
or-siMft iou r.rsa .ti u !
W WILBOIVS COMPOUND OP
PURE COD LIVER OIL
.AND PHOSPHATES OP
Cures C:i3.nni3i. Ccosu. Coies Astimji Bioci.to
uuiun WAtmi O.iujij m ill Scurnoss Hui-su.
Almoftairtltkt)l rmm. It fin b talttnlth
pifiarhjiihrt faeronnl C tUlrcn. hi fir
udnirlt rTrr funl cf it. It nimiiatr vitU tli
f o.i. tncraiti tb flh and apdt. build up tb
nor rout jitin. rtiturr rnrjfy tu ml ft J !! bod
r4t nr rt-h tQslpur Uvdlnf4.trtJurc'nAt
ThI frtprfttion h far tmperief to ll thtr rTr
tino(t !LtTtr Oil ft h inftnr linltttor tut no
equal The rcaolta follow tnff It niaaraltabMCito-
(mm"ndatl'iia. iur airnd valnttjrourhtaltb a.nt
(;t tli irnuin. Kinuf&cftirvsl only br Hit. A Lift P.
VlLViaU C'hfniut. Ilostnn. Mill. tn tor illutrtrJ
ctrcuur wblci. will U mailed tr. JHntte thlipaptr.
OF PDEE COD LIVER OIL
Almost as Palntabloas Milk.
Oho only rrfparatlon of COD I.IVKR Oil. thai
can Ixt taken rrvlily uil tclcrated lor a luj tlma
bj dcllcata aluusrlis.
aii as a hi nun nm imhi tiithis
yiuiiuuns iniriuiMv. oitiiu ;t...
i:iUI. Ill.lllllll. tlllllllS AM) liilinil' lr.
Il(iii) n..l all UamImi lnviiihl'h-s ol'
IIIILIMIIN It I. kisrtilloos la lis rnalli.
X rw.nl.rU aud endor4 bj tha hul I'lijslcUns
u. uio counines or mo svoriu.
f .r Sal. l.r all llrall..
07-Sndfor rsniril'.lon Wi.ttn lllaoSM Ad.
an mu'lT t JIOU'.M Aaiv York.
We srlll sup-
or any other
Cut shown ln
Hook nt or
A. N. KELLOQQ NEWSPAPER CO.
ineio cngrarars. i.ieciroirrrs anil Hip i.nrrav.r
Ka aTrW.Mr.of th? lm MIob "' If Itl.'H
ivrJv.11 I"J. "I . ibis ami lb con.
....iu i.iuiujvn.. Anyone ran .ll lu ll.autlrul
isr tiltr.T..J.'.' :'A.N'iAiifi jiooK
--.- .w . niKisi niisjrsi vniCUIWi AU
rXiHI Till tATlt .; ttM .
TO TC-8E LADIES !
raos rui tinguL isuiml msraitisv tosriii.
Wa asilaK Inaalllha all.1 1.. .... .
-- - -...--.. .- Piimiwii vi wvwrj nisirriii itvit
lQthlf4tothw ni iHiMru ift.Utirtilori
Drattrutt far Waia.ii. Vim .li ik. i. ' J
ftr married Udjr (Und for ur vlrultr It coati
thlnvlual.li. NATION AI.MKIHi'AI. iiuiu-vm.
lUCum'AN.x.. itrl.ra mu MtmimVUi
leupoon rul of I ba "A rut
luuinrr ' brand of
Hoda inltdllb aour
mill tquils four loa-
'pooufula of tba Ut
Uskinii I-owiitr saslng
l. nly llinas Ha ooiC
beildra bring much
btltlilr btcauia II
ilora not contain any
audi as alum rra alba
log Itowders ara mads
l4lrymtn and Kirmirs
should oulj Ihe-Aru
Ji Ilnumcr " brsnd for
rlunlng and kwidag
Illlk hoi Kwttl and
14 mZ& jJTAw
"? .-.VsN . Jt Tif rsPM -spu.
St - C9 V ..BSf
ihites of Lime & Soda
n-hi irsmrnt of mnnr thousands of eitSM
of thoso clironlo ncnkiictsct and illstressloa;
ailments noeil""" ? J"11?'1-?' B1i8IlIfJllA
1 Intel and Burglcol Inst tuto IliilTalo K. V
lias nffonlmrn tast oxperlciicolnn ccly mlspt.
Ing and thoroughly Icstlnir rcmodlca for tho
cum of woman's viiillnr maladies.
Mr. l'lorco' Favorite rrcacrlptlois
Is tho outgrowth or result of this jrrout amj
valuablo experience. Thousands of teatlmo.
nlsls received from patients and from pli)sl.
clans who Imvo tested It In tho moro pgirra
voted nnd obstlnnto rases which had baffled
their skill prove It to bo tho moot wonderful
remedy over dorlsed for the. relict aiul euro of
turrcrliig women. It it not recommended aa a
"cure-nil" but ns n most pcrfoct PpeclDo for
woman's peculiar ullmenls.
A n powerful Invlnornllnn; lonle
It Imparts strength to tho wholo system
and to tho womb nnd Its appendages in
particular. For overworked "worn-out"
'rnn-duwn" debilitated teachers milliners'
dressmakers seamstresses "shop-slrls" houso.
keepers nurslmr mothers nnd feeblu women
generally lr. l'lcrco's l'avorlto Prescription
is tho grentest earthly boon being nncqualcd
nt nn nppctUIng eonllnl nnd rrntnrntlvn Innlo.
A a soolliliiK and alroiiRIIieiiliiif
iiorvlito "Favorito l'rrtcrlpllon" It uno
nuakM nnd Is Inraluublo In nlmylnir nnd sub.
ilulug nervous oxcltabllltr Irritability ci-
bauttlon prostration hysteria spasms ond
other distressing nervous symptoms com.
monly attendant upon functional and organic
dlscaso of tho wrmb. It Induces rcfrcslitnn:
sleep nnd rcllow.1 ruoutal nnxlcty nnd do-
spnndeney Ir. J'foren'a rnsrorlto rrescrlpllon
la it IcRlllmnto iiicillclne rnrcfiilly
coranoundeil by nn experienced and skillful
physlclnu and adapted to woman's dellcata
organization. It Is purely segctnblo In its
composition nnd perfectly hnrmless in Its
effects In any condition of tho system. For
morning slekn" or nnuson from whatever
causo arl'lng wunlc stomach. Indigestion dys-
Scpela nnd kiudrol symptoms. Its use in small
osi- will prove very beneficial.
"tnvnrllo I'rcserlpllon Is a pool
f tvo curo for tha most complicated nnd ob-
stlnnto cases of leiicorrbcn exeesslie llowlng
painful menstruntion nnnatiirnl suppressions
prolapsus or falling of tho womb weak back
' fetnalo weakness" nntovcrslon retroversion
bearlng-dnwn sensations curonlo congestion.
Inflammation and ulceration of tbo womb. In-
flammation pain nnd tenderness In ovaries
accompanied with "Internal heat."
As a rcRiilntor nnd promoter of func-
tional action at that critical period of chnngo
from Girlhood to womanhood "Favorito Tro-
icrl(Uion"is n perfectly rafo remedial agent.
and can prodiico only irood results. It Ii
equally efficacious nnd vnluablo In Its effects
When taken for thoso disorders nnd derange
ments Incident tn that later and most critical
period known as -"The Chnngo of Life."
"suvorllo Proscription" when taken
In connection with tho uso of Dr. I'lcrco'a
(lolden Medical Discovery nnd (moll laxatlvo
doses of Dr. l'ifrco'a l'urpntlMi Pellets (Uttlo
Liver Fills) cures Liver. Kidney nnd nladdcr
diseascs. Their rorablned uso nlso removal
blood taints and abolishes cancerous and
scrofulous humors from tho system.
"rnrnrllo l'rocrlpilou" Is the only
medicine for women sold by druggists under
n positive Riinrautoo from Iho manu-
facturers. Hint It will give mtlsfnctlon In every
caw. or money will bo refunded. Thin guaran-
tee bna lieen printed on thq bottlo-wruppcr
and faithfully carried out for many 3 ears.
I.arco hollies flOO doses) $1.00 or nix
bottles for 92.00
For larfre lllust rated Trcstfsoon Diseases of
Women 1160 paga paper-covered) send ton
cents ln rtamp.i. Address mj
World's Dispensary Medical Association
G03 main fit BUITAI.O N. 7.
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Cnro of mind rnndrlnff.
Any book Imrnrtl la une rendlnv
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THE SOLDIER'S PAPER.
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Adair, John L. Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 29, Ed. 1, Thursday, March 29, 1888, newspaper, March 29, 1888; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc71013/m1/4/: accessed November 18, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.