Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 231, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 29, 1908 Page: 7 of 8
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mm STORE COSPON
THIS COOPOH IS 0003 FOR
FIVE PER CENT REBATE
ON TOW PURCHASES AT THIS STORE
GREAT STATE FAIR
The holder of this coupon be-
ing in out of town patron is
entitled to Five Per Cent Re-
bate on their purchase of Dry
Goods Ready to Wear Goods
or Furnishings at this store
during the State Fair. -:- -:-
211 WEST MAIN ST.
OKLAHOMA CITY OKLAHOMA
Do You Shop in Oklahoma City?
When you visit the Stale Fair Opt. I to 10.
We offer special value every day of the
Fair. Make our store your headquarters
while here. : : -:
SICKARCSON F.1ILLIMERY CO.
208 MAIN ST. EVERYTHING IN MILUXERT
THE MILLER-MITSCHER CO.
WHOLESALE NOTIONS AND FURNISHINGS
Oklahoma lty. KiciualToly wlmlmale. Inr'.ts
the trade u write fur prions.
POOL & BILLIARD TABLES
AMD SUPPLIES. WRITE FOB
0UB FUN OF SELLING.
PATTERSON & HOFFMAN
T!.lt equipped roller of ( hln..rrtlt Ui 'lia
wtiriii Kf.pi.ff both In 11 and ifenl i-nwn. Tu-
llkm for eottr!tnire ;50U). Ui n(!y It. a.
timu tn all our era'luat.. F'l twin be.thi Kit.
It. Writ.- n fi liitwwtlrir llxralii'p A! Mk
A GfK.OKY. N D . D. C . Dua. WILBERT R. OUR-
HY. Strawy. OtUtoru Citr. OUafcoma. Culbaft-
m Bldf .. Cofaar Broadway aad Gna4.
BUT A HOME IN CORPUS CHRISTL TEXAS
The frraift summer and winter resurt In the
world iiulotxon '. eaT It-mi. Aleo farm
and a'd-n land. Write fur Uuavrlptita liter a-
tura Addrem tt Offoer.
C. W. fATKICK. Lot 647. OkUkotna City. OiUku.
PILES FISSURE FISTULA CANCER
ClSEAJfS CF WOMEN
Corsvl without th lit of the kntfe. Pr when turd
Drr Hntt h Latake. Lion Stom B f Oklahoma City.
KERFOOT-MILLER 4. CO.
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS
Call and arc tta durim tht Stl Fair. Olla. City.
Good for the Dentists
"This Is the best season of the
year from a dentist's point of view"
said a Philadelphia practitioner quot
ed In the Record. "You see we are
not so busy in July and-August for
jieople are out of town but that's
lust the point that makes it the best
season of the year for us. During
these two fine summer months green
vegetables sugar corn lima beans
peas and he like form a great part
of the people's diet. Well anybody
who had ever eaten corn on the cob
knows bow the bits of skin will get
caught in the erevics of the teeth.
It's the same thins on a smaller scale
with beans and peas and it all makes
work for the dentist. Yes sir. the
foundation for many a dentist bill Is
laid at almost any August meal and
It Is a wise mortal who will track
right off to his or her dentist with
the Drst frost."
To Establish Ages
Difficulties are in the preparations
that aro being made for the payment
of old ago pensions In Great Britain
and Ireland In January. One of the
most serious of these is the veriPca
tion of the applicants. Compulsory
registration of births was Introduced
Into England in 1S3G but a similar act
was not enforced in Ireland till 18C3
and in Scotland till 1854. It is believ.
cd that in Scotland the old parochial
registers of births and deaths will
serve the purpose. Those in existence
before 1855 were forwarded to the
registrar general at Edinburgh. In
Ireland the difficulty will be more
acute. Many of these old parish reg-
isters have been destroyed or mis-
laid and where they do exist they are
untrustworthy. Apart from this In
nearly every case it is not the date of
birth but the date of baptism that Is
recorded. It seems probable however
that the local committees and the
pension officers will be content to
accept what may be regarded as a
reasonable proof of age.
England Adopts French System.
The French gardening methods by
which an acre of ground Is made to
yield $2433 to $2920 per annum by
the forcing hot bed process has been
Introduced In England. Vegetables
are produced all the year and are
forced by a steady temperature of 90
The Oldest Aristocracy.
Talent ought to have privileges. It
Is the oldest aristocracy that I know
ONE KIDNEY GONE
But Cured After Doctors Said Then
Was No Hope.
Sylvanus O. Verrill Mllford Me.
lays: "Five years ago a bad Injury
paralyzed me and
affected my kid-
neys. My back hurt
me terribly and
the urine was bad-
ly discolored. Doc-
tors said my right
kidney was practi-
cally dead. They
said I could never
walk again. I read
of Doan's X'J.lney Tills and began us-
ing them. On box made me stronger
snd freer frotn pain. I kept on using
them and In three months was able to
get out on crutches and the kidneys
were acting better. I Improved rap-
Idly discarded tho' crutches mid to
the wonder of my friends was soon
Bold by all dealers. 60 cents a box.
Foster-Mllburn Co. Buffalo. N. Y.
LEST HE FORGET.
No Roseate Postcard Without Its
Thorn of Suggestion.
Harold's mother we'll call him Har-
oldwont abroad a month ago leaf-
ing Harold under the somewhat un-
substantial control of his elder sisters.
In spite of the Itemized directions
with which even unto the moment of
final leave-taking she had not ceased
to bombard him Harold's mother wa
far from sure that her efforts would
have any lasting effect. I
Her voyage was more or less dis-
turbed by these doubts but before
she landed on the other side she had
determined on a course of action. Like
all small boys Harold Is most cov-
etous of picture postcards and had
looked forward to a harvest from his
mother's trip. He got It.
Every day she sent at least one
card. And whatever else It bore In the
way of Inscription there was not one
which failed of this Introduction:
"Just as soon as you get this go and
brush your teeth."
Fixity of Purpose.
The man who succeeds above his
fellows Is the one who early In life
clearly discerns his object and toward
that object habitually direct:; his pow-
ers. Even genius itself Is but fine ob-
servation strengthened by fixity of
purpose. Every man who observes vig-
ilantly and resolves 6teadfastly grows
unconsciously Into genius. Bulwer-
Lytton. We Reiterate
That for more than Eftren years
Hunt's Cure has been working on the
afflicted. Its mission is to cure skin
troubles particularly those of an itch-
ing character. Its success Is not on
accotinf of Its advertising but because
It surely does the work. Cne box is
guaranteed to cure any case.
Married life should be one grand
sweet song but the divorce courts fre-
quently make a duet of It
Ynn Trnn't tpll vnnr familv doctor
tho wholo story about your private
illness you aro too modest. You
need not be afraid to tell Sirs rink-
ham at Lynn Mass. the things you
could not explain to the doctor. Your
letter will be held in the strictest con-
fidence. From her vast correspond-
ence with sick women during the
past thirty years she may have
gained the very knowledge that will
help your case. Such letters 'as the fol-
lowing from grateful women es-
tablish beyond a doubt the powerol
to conquer all female diseases.
Mrs. Norman 11. Uarndt of Allen-
town Pa. writes :
" Ever since I was sixteen years ol
ape I had suffered from an organic de-
rajement and female weakness; in
consequence I had dreadful headaches
and was extremely nervous. My physi-
cian said I must go through an opera-
tion to pet well. A friend told me
about Lydia E. Pinkham's Vapetabla
Compound and I took it and wrote you
for advice following your direction!
carefully and thanks to you I am to-
day a well woman and I am telling
all my friends of my experience."
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For thirty years Lydia E. Pink-
ham's Vegetable Compound made
from roots and herbs has been the
standard remedy for female ills
and has positively cured thousands ol
women who have tccn troubled with
displacements inflammation ulcera-
tion fibroid tumors irregularities
periodic pains backache that bear-ins-down
feeling flatulency indiges-
tiondizzinei3sor nervous prostration
' - Mr p 5:.-. U
Two Capitals for Spain
Queen Victoria's complaint Against
the terrible summer heat and the
equally trying winter cold of the
Spanish capital precipitates the ques-
tion of advisability of moving the gov-
ernment to Barcelona Latest Indi-
cations are that the matter may be
compromised; that Madrid may re-
main the fall and spring capital while
Barcelona may become the summer
and winter capital. The reasons for
keeping the government at Madrid
appear to be largely sentimental and
economic; It is the old capital of
the long line of Spanish rulers extend-
ing back for centuries and the oppo-
sition to moving the government Is
deep rooted In national pride. The
cost of moving the seat of the king-
dom would bo enormous and the
finances of the nation ar none too
prosperous. Madrid Is situated un-
favorably from almost any standpoint.
Tb Siirrounding plateau Is treeless
exposing the city to the scorching
south winds In summer and to the
frigid breezes that descend from the
snow-covered Sierra Guadarrama In
winter. In contrast with this uncom-
fortable situation Barcelona's equable
climate due In large part to her po-
sition on the Mediterranean appeals
strongly to the Spanish love of ease.
Barcelona has long been the commer-
cial center of Spain.
Bracclano where Cardinal Merry
del Val has been ordered to regain his
nerve power Is the so-called Capelat
of the Ma rem ma. Among other thing
It Is famous for Its establishment of
mineral waters the oldest In the
known world. A Rome correspond-
ent says It was not until 1852 that
these waters were rediscovered by
some workmen who came across a
vault of Etruscan masonry. This was
soon uncovered and underneath was
found a basin filled with objects of
gold silver and bronze. A thermal
establishment was thus found which
was centuries older than the founda-
tion of Rome. Vicareilo Is the name
of this wonderful establishment of
mineral waters. It Is almost at the
gates of Rome and was so celebrated
In olden times that men traveled
from the then known world's end to
drink and bathe In (he waters. Thrse
waters were and are still called
"Apollinaria." They are limpid frothy
and slightly acid to the taste. They
are excellent to be taken In cases of
dyspepsia neuralgia and nervous com-
plaints. It is thither Cardinal Merry
del Val motors every day.
Because some boys In bathing on
the Atlantic coast had appealed for
help and then laughed at those who
came to the rescue another boy at
the same bathing beach taken with
cramps a little while later called vain-
ly for assistance until he went down
the third time. Then some spectajors
saw that he was not joking and with
great difficulty got him out of the
water unconscious and saved his
life. Other boys in other parts of
the country have not been so fortu-
nate and the newspapers have several
times this summer reported that the
bather was drowned as those who
heard the calls for help thought they
were only In fun. It Is the old story
of the boy who called: "Wolf! wolf!"
when there wa3 no wolf. How long
will it take the boys and the men
for that matter to learn the lesson?
To cheat the government of what is
coining to It seems to many women
but a venial fault. They may have
conscientious objections to a customs
tariff; or they may have found some
Inner self-justification In the fact that
most men swear off their personal
taxes. They will awake to the realiza-
tion of their culpability at about the
ame time that all street car passen-
gers thrust their nickels on the con-
ductor wha has overlooked them. Per-
haps It is not fair says the New York
Mall to apply the penalties for smug-
gling against women so rigorously as
against men until they are admitted
to full participation In public affairs
and have their social consciences exer-
cised and strengthened thereby.
The fact is that the farm Is In a
better way than the town. There Is a
good deal of nonsense about "doing
something for the farm." What is
needed vastly more says the Washing-
ton (D. C.) Times is to do something
for the town; to make Its living con-
ditions better for the unfortunates
whom an inexorable social and indus-
trial system draws to the city.
A woman in the west left the digni-
fied position of dean of the woman's
department of a prominent university
to run a Kentucky mule farm. Many
will criticise the queer ambition of a
woman to manage mules but the cyn-
leal of the sex will retort with the
number of women who marry every
A Terre Haute cow drowned herself
by sticking her nose in a bocket of
molasses. "After this bitter life bow
sweat lg death!" :
For upwards fifteen years Hunt's
Cure has been sold under a strict
guarantee to cure any form of Itch-
ing skin troubles known. No matter
the name less than one per cent of
the purchasers have r quested their
money back. Why? It simply docs
"Ah! Mrs. Newcomb." Bald the nr
pish Mrs. Subbubs "my many sorfial
duties have prevented me from calling
upon you as I should. However I will
surely return your visit some day
"Oh! that doesn't matter much"
renlled Mrs. Newcomb rjromptly. "but
I do wish you'd return the groceries
you've borrowed from time to time.
Catholic Standard and Times.
DEEP CRACKS FROM ECZEMA
Could Lay Slate-Pencil In One Hands
In Dreadful State Permanent
Cure In Cutlcura.
"I had eczema on my hands for
about seven years and during that
time I had used several so-called rem-
edies together with physicians' and
druggists' prescriptions. The disease
was so bad on my hands that I could
lay a slate-pencil In one of the cracks
and a rule placed across the hand
would not touch the pencil. I kept
using remedy after remedy and while
some gave partial relief none relieved
as much as did the first box of Cutl-
cura OintmenL I made a purchase of
Cutlcura Soap and Ointment and my
hands were perfectly cured after tio
boxes of Cutlcura Ointment and one
cake of Cutlcura Soap were used. W.
II. Dean Newark. Del.. Mar. 28 1907."
A Doctor's Disadvantage.
"In one way" said a collector "It
Is easier to get money from a doctor
than anybody else who Is slow pay.
It Is more difficult for him to swear
that Le hasn't been able to make any
colli-ctlons himself since the first of
the year. A doctor's reception room Is
open to all possible patients. A col-
lector with a grain of Ingenuity can
find a way to worm out of the men on
the waiting list Information as to the
terms of payment. After an Inter-
view with three or four persons who
have paid spot cash for treatment and
who have told the collector they paid
it takes a mighty nerve on the part of
the doctor to Insist that he hasn't a
dollar to his came."
TOO TRUE TO BE GOOD.
Pinxlt I have Just finished the late
Mrs. Peck's portrait It's a speaking
The Widower Peck Would It be
too much trouble to er change It a
bit In that respect?
SHE GOT HER MAN HAPPY.
Indian Woman Not Likely to Be Left
Far Behind In Life's Battle.
Writing of the famous Dean Kaye
of Topeka in Suburban Life Paul A.
Love well says:
"Dean Kaye has had Interesting ex-
periences during his soujourns in the
wilderness. Once an Indian woman
came to his cabin. '
"'You marry?' she asked.
" 'Yes' said the dean "I can marry
folks. Have you got a man?'
"Again the woman grunted and de-
parted. About sundown she tetuined
dragging with her an apparently
abashed and reluctant brave.
" 'Got him' she remarked laconical-
ly producing her marriago license.
The man knew no English but the
woman prompted him when it became
necessary for him to give his assent
to the dean's questions. When It was
over the squaw paid the minister his
fee and led her husband away In tri-
umph." 'AFRAID TO EAT.
Girl Starving on Ill-Selected Food.
"Several years ago I was actually
starving." writes a Me. girl "yet dared
not eat for fear of the consequences
"I had suffered from Indigestion
from overwork irregular meals and
improper food until at last my stom-
ach became eo weak I could eat
scarcely any food without great dis-
tress. "Many kinds of food were tried all
with the same discouraging effects. 1
steadily lost health and strength until
I was but a wreck of my former self.
"Having heard of Grape-Nuts and
Its great merits I purchased a pack-
age but with little hope that it would
help me I was so discouraged.
"I found it not only appetizing but
that I could eat it as I liked and that
it satisfied the craving for food with-
out causing distress and if I may
use the expression 'it filled the bill.'
"For months Grape-Nuts was my
principal article of diet. I felt from
the very first that I had found the
right way to health and happiness
and- my anticipations were fully re-
alized. "With Its continued use I regained
my usual health and strength. To-day
I am well and can eat anything I like
yet Grape-Nuts food forms a part of
my bill of fare." "There's a Reason."
Name given by Postum Co. Battle
Creek Mich. Read "The Road to Well-
ville" In pkgs.
Ever read the above letter? A new
one appears from time to time. They
are genuine true and full of human
President Roosevelt has said: "Texas Is the darden Spot of the Lord.
FRANK FRANTZ ORVILLE G. FRANTZl
"PRINCE RANCH" ARTESIAN LANDS
South Central Texas Near Beautiful Healtnful San Antonio. i
"THE EDEN OF AMERICA1'
Do YOU own a HOME which YOU
may truly call YOl'Il OWN? Are
YOU one of the THOUSANDS look-
ing for a HOME? YOU should be
one of the THOUSANDS who are
HOMES IN SOUTH CENTRAL
In the proven Artesian Belt where
panic has no terrors drouth cannut
wither neither hard times come.
ARTESIAN LANDS ARE FARMERS'
BEST INSURANCE POLICY
fully paid up and forever non-assessable
by the relentless decreo of hot
winds and drouth. Contrast this
BEAUTIFUL HEALTHFUL ITALIAN
CLIMATE OF SOUTH TEXAS
with the variable climate of the north
with Its dreary Arctic winters and
scorching torrid summer. In the
country Old Afse bathes in Ponce de
Leon's Fountain of Eternal Youth
blessed with Endless Springtime in a
Land of Sunshine and Flowers.
For years tho famous "PRINCE
RANCH' with its G0.000 acres of
rich black sandy soil Its fine flowing
Artesian well almoBt In the very
center of tho Ranch and thousands
of fattening cattle feeding at Its broad
bosom has been watched with a Jeal-
ous eye by real estate dealers and
farmers a 1 over tho State of Texas
anxiously awaiting the day when it
might be subdivided Into farm-sized
areas and vegetable and fruit tracts.
That day has at last come.
We have recently purchased this
wonderful Ranch In the heart of tlio
proven Artesian Belt fifty miles
south or San Antonio. We are sub-
dividing these rich lands Into small-
er areas and now for the first time
offer them for rale In five acre ten-
acre twenty-acre and la'tjer farm-
sized tracts bringing within vary
reach of every industrious person who
is ambitious to own a home and en-
joy an Independent Income of his own
whether employee or employer clerk
merchant banker lawyer physician
railroad employee traveling Kales-
man farmer and real estate investor
the possibilities of a splendid in-
vestment that Is calculated to double
his money in the very near future
or provide him with a home and a
regular and certain Income of his own.
COTTON CORN OATS ALFALFA
HOGS CATTLE. POULTRY. ON-
IONS. CABBAGE. TOMATOES
MELONS TOI1ASCO. PEt'PERS
ORANGES FIGS. LEMONS.
The profit In growing vegetables
In this section will be seen by an
examination of the following figures
'serured from-the records of the Busi-
ness Men's Club of San Antonio
showing net returns per acre:
Watermelons.. $75 to $200 per acre
Cantaloupes $40 to $ 75 per acre
Cabbage $125 to $225 per acre
Beans $100 to $125 per acre
Peas $100 to $125 per acre
Tomatoes .... to $i()0 per acre
Onoins $16v to $800 per acre
Peppers $500 to $900 ycr acre
Potatoes $C)(t to $100 per icre
A FINE ARTESIAN WELL
is constantly' flowing almost in the
center of the "Prince Ranch'' into a
huge tank covering several acres. The
water is pure and flows unceasingly
coming from a depth of about 700
feet. The artesian water varies from
FRANTZ & FRANTZ
HUGH SCOTT Secretary.
General Office 531 Lee Buildng Oklahoma City.
Offers Exceptional Opportunities to the Women of Oklahoma as They Will Find the
Quality and Quantity of Merchandise that Cannot De Found in the
Smaller Stores Throujhout the Slate.
We have three floors filled with the newest and most up-to-date women
and children's high grade wearing apparel. Our salesmen are glad to give
courteous and efficient service as well as information to out of town patrons.
On the third floor is a well appointed rest room with writing matetials and
in the basement one of the prettiest Tea Rooms in the Southwest where
the finest of every ;Jng to eat and cold fountain drinks may be found.
. SEE THE BIG STORE DURING THE FAIR
THE MELLON COMPANY
204-206 WEST MAIN ST. - - OKLAHOMA CITY
Osprey Hats the Latest
Bills for hats are likely to be big-
ger this season than for many a sum-
mer before If the dear wives and
daughters of America follow the lead
of London where the osprey hat is
the latest freak of fashion. There is
gloom among members of the society
which has worked so hard to per-
suade women not t;o wear osprey
plumes. The graceful sweeping ob-
jects loom large In West En millin-
ery windows. The queen is a sup-
porter of the society but her women
subjects have not let that fact sway
them. Ospreys are the most fashion-
able trimming for picture hats. Such
a headpiece is amazing not only in
looks but in price. -a.-
Gregorian Chants for Funerals
Following out a plan of Archbishop
O'Connell of Boston the music at the
funerals of priests In the future will
consist of Gregorian chants sung by
oiuer clergymen! Fifty priests of
the archdiocese have begun rehears-
als of the music. The movement is
in accord with a mesage from the
Vatican some time ago in which the
pope expressed the wish that Gre-
gorian chants be used whenever possible.
400 to 800 feet In this section.
The International & Great North
ern railroad running from San An-
tonio to Laredo passes within a blind
15 miles of the western boundary of
the "Prince Ranch." Another rail-
road Is to be built on the east side
of the "Prince Ranch" running
south from San Antoulo for which
$300000 Is now on deposit -with A. L
Matlock Esq. trustee . 215 Alamo
Plaza San Antonio as a guarantee
for the. construction of this railroad
which will run through or very near
tho 'Prince Ranch." These funds
cannot bo used for any other purpose
anu the road must be built In the
very near future. It Is understood
that the Terminals in San Antonio
have already been purchased and the
ties are now being cut treated and
made ready for its construction. We
aro negotiating to have this road run
through tho "Prince Ranch" and It Is
hoped to make our new town of
Prince an Important railroad city
whk h will be about DO miles directly
south of San Antonio and hence In
close touch with that metropolitan
With every tract of land purchased
two town lots in the new town of
Prince to be located immediately ad-
joining the Arteslnn Well surveyed
and platted will be included free
one business lot 25 ft. by 140 ft. and
one residence lot 50 ft. by 140 ft.
PRICES AND TERMS: Five-acre
tracts next adjoining the town will
be sold for $150 terms $50 cash bal-
ance $10 jer month ?:'.!!'v:f. interest;
$5.00 off for all cash. Ten-acre tracts
next surrounding live-acre tracts $255
terms $75 cash balance $15 per
month without Interest; $10 off tor
all casth. Twenty-acre tracts next
to ten-ucro tracts $410 terms
$110 cash balance $25 per month
without Interest; $20 off for all cash.
For eighty acre farms and larger
write for terms and prices.
All remittances should bo made
payable to Frantz and Frantx and by
Draft or P. O. Money Order ad-
dressed to us at our General Office
Oklahoma City. Send In your order
with remittance nt once that your
tur.; may be reserved early In the list
and your choice of tracts be among
the earlier ones.
We ask you to be patient with us
allowing us time (o fill your orders
and answer your communications In-
as much as we are behind with an-
swering the many inquiries which
have poured in on us already concern-
In? tho "Prince Ranch" lands.
YOU will never again have such
an Ideal opportunity as this one we
offer you In the sale of the "Prince
WILL YOU BE ONE OF THESE
FORTUNATE INVESTORS NOW?
Or will you neglect to seize this gold-
en opportunity thereby brlnghis t'pon
voursell the fateful regret which is
the constant lot f so many welt
meaning though "iil-starred" people
In this life who are ever obliged to
look back upon golden opportunities
passed up and cry: "If 1 only had!"
"It might have been!"
Write us for full and complete par-
ticulars as to the terms and prices
and we will mail you our circulars.
May Save Pleasure Seekers
After several accidents on roller
costers and scenic railways at so-
called amusement resorts the Chica-
go authorities have deciiX-d that thoy
can step in and save foolhardy pleas-
ure seekers from themselves. Tbt
corporation counsel's office holds that
tho building depaitnient has authority
to condemn all kind3 of man killing
and limb breaking contrivances which
come under the head of "structures."
Two or three years ago a young wo-
man was torn to pieces on a roller
coaster at a pleasure resort in this
city and there was an cproar about
it for a day or two; but the thing is
still in operation.
Old Wedding Custom Revived
In the village of Blackwell (Som-
ersetshire Eng.) has been revived
the ancient custom known as wedding
toll. This consists of stretching a
rope across the road as the bride
and bridegroom are returning from
church and demanding toll before
they are allowed to pass.
Women are fighting in England for
the right to practice pharmacy ITnd
the pharmacists are fighting to keep
them out on the ground that the coll-
ing Is evercrowded already.
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