The Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 124, Ed. 1, Saturday, June 15, 1907 Page: 2 of 4
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President loosed! Said:
"Texas is flhe Garden Spofl of the Lord"
05000 Acre Ranch of Dr. Chas. F. Simmons
Now On tho Market.
Hero is Your Opportunity to Buy n Farm ol from 10 Acres to 640 and
Two Town Lots In Thi3 "Garden Spot" for S210. Pay-
nblo $10 per Month Without Interest.
Investigation will show that tlili
55000 acres comprises nno of the
flncRt bodies of Agricultural unci Truck
Farming land In tho entire state com-
mencing nhout .16 ratios south of Han
Antonio and about two miles south of
Pleasanton (tho county sent of Atas-
cosa Couctyi and extending t.irough
Atascosa and a part of Mc.Miillen
Counties to wlthlu 17 mllos of my
60.000-acro Uve On County Hanch
which 1 In four months IarI year soul
to 4000 Homo Seekers on liberal
terms without intorost on doforred
paymonts which glvos tho poor man
from his savings a clinnco to oecuro
ft good farm and town lot for Ills homo
In town. I will donnto nnd turn over
to thrco boudod Trusteos $250000
from tho proceeds of tho anlo of this
proporty to tho purchasers ns n bonus
to tho Unit railroad built through thin
proporty on tho Iltio which I ulinll
This proporty Is located on that mid-
dlo plain between Hast Texas whero
It rains too much and tho nrld section
of West Toxas whoro It doos not ruin
Its closo proximity to San Antonio
tho largost city In tho Stnte with u
claimed population of ovor 100000 en-
hances Its Tnluo ns n market for Agrl-
cultural and Truck farm products far
boyond tho vnluo of similar land not
so favorably located.
Level to slightly rolling. Largo
broad rich vnlloys encircled by olo-
vntlons sultnblo for homos; 90 per
cent fine farming land balanco pas
Ash. Kim Gum Hackborry LIvo
Oak Mosquito Pecan abundant for
shade fonclug nnd wood.
About CO per cent rich dark sandy
loam balanco chocolnto or red Bandy
loam usually preferred by local farm-
ers and each with holl averaging from
2 to 4 foot deop with clay subsoil
which holds wuter.
Mild balmy healthy practically
free from malaria few frosts no snow
no hnrd frooros; continuous seabroozo
moderates extremes of heat nnd cold
producing warm winters nnd cool sum-
mers. Avcingo tomporaturo about 02
From tho Oovornmont record It Is
safo to assumo that tho rainfall an this
proporty has been fully 35 Inches per
year which la moro thnn somo of tho
old Stntos havo bad nnd Is plentiful
for ordinary crops properly cultivated
and for Grass Growing.
Improvements and Water.
This property Is fenced and cross-
fonccd In many lurgo nnd small pas-
tures with four barbed wires with
posts about 12 feet apnrt. Also a
uumbor of flno shallow wells.
Also a uumbor of flno Lnlcos nnd
Also n number of flno flowing Artc-
idan Wells whoso crystal streams flow
for miles and mllos down thoso crcoks
whoso broad rich valloya lrrlgablo
from those continuously flowing
streams mnko It tho Ideal placo for
tho Marketing Gardenor who desires
to rnUo from two to three crops of
mnrkctnblo produco on tho samo
ground evory year.
Farming and Truck Farmlnrj.
Seasons nover end.
This land Is adapted to profltnblo
culturo of Deans Cabbage Celery
Cucumbors. Lettuco Tomatoes Hoots
Carrots Onions lladlHh Squash
Strawberries Cauliflower Okra Oys-
tor Want I'cas Knsborrlos Turnips
Apricots Cantaloupes Grapes Irish
Potatoes. OllvoB. Snoot Potatooa lln-
nanas Dates Kngllsh Walnuts Figs
Molons Peanuts Ilarloy Ulnckborrlos.
Hroom Corn Lemons Plums. Tobac-
co Alfalfa Uye OrnngoR Poaches
Pecans Corn Cotton Oats Whont
Page C3 of tho book ontltlod "Honu-
tlful San Antonio" olllclally Usuod by
the Uliginous Men's Club of San An-
tonio dated May 190G says:
"It Is readily conceded by all thoso
who lnow anything about Texas that
the moat prollllc agricultural section
Is that which recognizes Sail Antonio
ns Ita logical center particularly that
portion directly south of San Antonio
with the Gulf of Mexico bordering on
the southeast and tho Itlo Grande bor-
dering on the south and west.
"Within the Inst four or llvo years
In the territory named special atten-
tion has been given to growing vege-
tables they maturing at a time when
they sec u io the maximum prices on
Northern markets which markets they
virtually Invade without n competitor.
Tho profit in growing vegetables in
this territory will be soon by an exam-
ination of the following llgures Be-
en rod from reliable sources showing
Net Earnings Per Acre!
"Watermelons from 575.00 to $200.00.
"Cantaloupes from $10.00 to $76.00.
"Cabbago from $126.00 to $225.00.
"Cauliflower from $75.00 to $225.00.
"Deans and Peas from $100.00 to
Tomatoes from $125.00 to $100.00.
"Potatoes from $60.00 to $150.00.
"Onions from $150.00 to $S00.00.
'Tabasco Peppers from $500.00 to
$000.00 per aero.
"Tho Chicago Iterord-Horv'd pub-
lishing the following individual experi-
ences In South Taxns:
"Mon who enmo horo with $500 and
$G0O a row yeura ago nio now ludo-
"A younr num. who camo to this
country for Jits health bought IS
uoros and in ono year clearod over
$0000 from it which was $333.83 per
"Anothor man 05 yenra old from 79
acres sold $5000 worth of produco
from which Jm realised $53.20 per acre
and then raised a C'ottrn crop on Urt
of It which made him $35 per acre
which inndo tho samo land not him
$08.29 per aero for that year.
"Another man from 80 ncrcs In 1904
realized as follows: From Onions
$2220.91; from Cotton $1800; 200
bushols Corn; 12 tons Hay; 6000
pounds Sweot Potatooa.
"Another mndo $3200 from five
acres of early Cabbago which was
$040 per ncro and grow n second crop
of Corn nnd Peas on tho samo ground
"Another realized $27000 from 90
car loads of Cabbago nvcraglng $300
per enr which wos $207.C9 from each
of tho 130 ncrcs ho had planted.
"Another netted nbovo all oxponsoa
$C0 tier ncro on Potntoes. and planted
tho samo ground In Cotton that year
from which ho realized $35 por aero
which mado that ground ylold him $95
"Another realized $32900 from 230
acres in Molons which was $143.33
"Another netted $21000 from 35
ncres in Onions which was $000 por
"Anothor netted $17445 or $79.25
per ncro from nlno cuttings of 220
ncros In Alfalfa which yield"! In ono
year 2475 tona nnd sold at $11 por
"Anothor received $900 from ono
ncro In Cauliflower; Bown In July
transplanted In August and marketed
Tho samo nuthorlty quotes tho fol-
lowing Htatement from tho Hon. Jos-
oph Dally of Chllllcotho 111. who
owns thousands of ncres in tho Illinois
Corn Holt. Mo says:
"I nm ono of tho henvlest tnxpayors
on farm lands In Mason and Tazewell
Counties Illinois nnd I havo been fa-
miliar with tho conditions around San
Antonio for 12 years. Any thrifty
iiirnior can got rich nnd mnko moro
money off of this cheap land aero for
ncro than any land In tho Stnto of
Illinois that sells from $150 to $225
Como to tho land of beautiful sun-
nlilno nnd almost perpotual harvest.
Whoro tho people aro prosperous
hnppy and contented.
Whoro tho flowcra bloom ten months
In tho yenr.
Whoro tho farmers nnd gardeners
whoso seasons nover end eat home-
grown Juno vegotnblea in January and
bask in mld-wlntor'a balmy air and
Whoro tho land yield la enormous
and tho prices rcmunoratlvo.
Whoro something can be planted
raid harvested ovory month in the
Whoro tho climate is so mild that
tho Northern farmer horo save prac-
tlcally all his fuel bills nnd three-
fourths tho cost of clothing his family
In tho North.
Whoro tho country is advancing and
property values rapidly Increasing.
Whoro all stock without any feed
fatten wlntor and summor on the na-
tive grasses and brush.
Whoro tho samo land yields the
substantial of tho tompcrnto and the
luxuries of the troplo zones.
Whoro tho farmer does not have to
work hard six months In the year to
ralso teed to keep his stock from dy-
ing during tho winter ns they do In
tho North nnd Northwest.
Whero there nro no aristocrats and
peoplo do not havo to work hard to
havo plenty nnd ge In tho best society
Whero tho nattvos work less and
havo moro to show for what thoy do
than In any country in the United
Whoro houses barns and fences can
bo built for Ices than half tho cost la
Whoro sunstrokes and heat prostra-
tions nro unknown.
Whoro sufferers with Asthma Bron-
chitis Catarrh Hay Fovor and Throat
Troubles And relief.
Whoro surrounded by fruits nnd
vegetables which rlpon evory month
In tho year the living is bettor and
less oxpenslve than In tho North.
Where tho water la pure soft and
Whoro the taxes are bo low that the
amount Is never missed.
Whoro Public nnd Private Schools
and Churches of all denominations are
Whoro peace plenty and good will
Whero It Is so healthy that thore
aro few physicians and most of them
to mnko a living supplomont their In-
como from other business.
$1000 Reward will be paid to any
one proving that any statement
in this advertisement is not true.
Write for literature and name
of nearest agent.
C. F. SIMMONS
215 AUuo Plaza San Antonio Ttxai
Tho acquirement of knowledgo la
tho acquisition of powor; the use of
knowledge is tho exorcise of power.
Let us use our past mistakes and
failures as building material for f
ture succoss. Robertson.
TWO RIVAL FLOOK COVERINGS.
Linoleum and Oilcloth Must Not D.
Linoleum Is made with n mixture ol
powdered cork linseed oil resin nnc
n pigment pressed on burlnp between
heated rollers. Tho patterns nro
painted on It and It Is then varnished.
Oilcloth Is mado by applying sev-
eral layers of conrso imlnt to burlan
or coarse canvas finishing with finer
nalnt then painting on tho pattern
and finally varnishing. It can easily
be seen that these cloths finished as
they nro with varnish and paint
should not bo wnshod with strong
wnjw or alkalis and that a careful oil-
ing now and then will suroly bo bene-
ficial. Oilcloths mny bo kopt bright for
voars If properly varnlshod each sea-
son. Tho oilcloths should never bo
scrubbud with a brush but after being
first swept should be ulortnsod with a
large soft cloth nnd cold or lukewarm
water In which has boon dissolved n
little bornx dip a flannel cloth In milk
mid with this wlpo tho oilcloth. Lino-
leum may bo brlghtoned with n llttlo
Molt a llttlo ordinary gluo In water
apply It with n llannol cloth. The lino-
leiim should bo clenn nnd dry before
rubbing It with the gluo water.
GLASS NEEDS TENDER CARE.
Careful Washlnn and Drying Is Abso-
Thero is nothing thnt repays ono
moro for careful washing nnd drying
thnn glass. First ono must havo a
basin of warm water softenod with
dissolved soap which mukos n very
good lnther. Tho wator must not bo
coo hot or It will brook tho glass.
Havo a basin of clear water to rinse
tho glnss In aftor washing It nnd If a
rory lino polish be doslred on It havo
a third basin of cold wator with a llt-
tlo ammonia In It.
Wash oach article soparatoly rlnso
It well and dry with a Boft glass cloth
which should bo made of linen or tiny
luffy partlclos will stick to tho glass
nd spoil itti bright appearance.
When It Is washed and dried polish
with n lonthor kept only for the pur-
pose or with n silk hnndkerchlcf or
with somo soft tissue paper.
For cut glass If tho pattorn bo at
all deop when washing It uso n soft
brush with a llttlo soap rubbed on It
o thnt all tho crovlcos of tho pattorn
aro thoroughly cleansed ltlnso In
:lonn water and n llttlo household am-
monia. How to Make Paprika Schnltzo.
SIlcos from log of voal of medium
tiilcknous out Into pieces say threo by
four Inches or any bIzo to suit. Salt
nnd peppor tho plecos; roll In flour.
fry light brown on both sides. Hnvo
Jour fat hot boforo putting tho meat
In to fry. In frylni voal It Is nlco to
put a llttlo butter with your frying
fat. When brown cover with wnter
(hot) add n small onion n few slices
of lomon n bay leaf n sprig of pars-
ley a desBortspoonful of vinegar nnd
several good slinken of paprika. Cover
and let nil boll till the meat Is ten-
der. If tho gravy bolls down too
much add a llttlo moro wator and let
It cook until thero Is just enough
gravy. Servo on a hot platter with tho
gravy strained ovor tho meat. It Is
n good plan to tasto tho gravy whllo
boiling for salt etc.
A half hour will do for this.
Care of Table Cutlery.
All table cutlery should bo washed
aB soon as possible aftor It has boon
used to cleanse tho knives and carving-forks
of grease tho latter bolng
afterward woll dried and tho prongs
rubbed with knlfo-powder whllo In
cases where knives aro cleaned In a
machine this duty should always If
possible bo entrusted to tho samo per-
son a point which considerably
lengthens tho working powers of tho
knlfo-machlnc. Knives must never bo
kopt In a cupboard closo to hot fluu
or near tho kitchen stovo aR this will
cause tho bandlos to crack. Whon not
In uso cutlery should bo rubbed with
mutton fat and wrapped In brown
Six oggs two cups bar (fruit) sugar
ono-hnlf cup Inkowarm wator two
cups flour ono honplng teaspoon bak-
ing powder. Crenm yolks nnd sigar
togothor add wator then flour nnd
baking powdor thon tho whites bent-
en thoroughly. Hake In moderntu
Icing for abovo cako. One-half cup
butter creamed. Add all tho Icing
sugar It will take In one tablespoon
crenm ono teasiioon vnnllln ono and
one-hnlf imhuhIs nlmonds blanched
dried nnd browned in ovon then roll
nuts. Cut onke In sninll squares
spread with icing and roll In nuts.
A Useful Hint.
Whon washing pnlntod walls or
wood put about two cents' worth of
painters' size (provlously dlssolvod In
hot water) In n pall of water and np-
ply with a soft cloth. Tho dirt will bo
very quickly romovod nnd the paint
improvod in npponranco. Wot tho
bottom part of tho paint beforo com-
mencing nt tho top This prevents tho
wntor leaving dirty marks on tho low-
Removal of Stains.
Stains mndo by medicines and lini-
ment may bo successfully romoved
by moans of liquid ammonia tv llttlo
of tho spirit bolng poured Into n sau-
cer tbu stained garment laid across
it and tho spot dabbed ropoatcdly
with tho lingers until it disappears. It
should then bo rinsed In tepid wator
and waslw-d with strong soapsuds in
tho usual way
PULE WEAK. PEOPLE
MADE STRONG AND ENERGETIC
BY DR. WILLIAMS PINK PILLS.
General Breakdown Gauaod by Defl-
olont Dlood Quickly Corroctod by
This Tonlo Romody.
A fooling of gonoral weakness poor
nppotlto loss of breath after the slight-
est oxorciso nnd brokon sleep nro somo
of tho symptoms of gonoral debility.
You may think that thoy havo no relation
to oach other and that you will worry
along hoping all tho tlmo to feel hotter
coon. This is n mistake for every ono
of tho symptoms Is caused by bad blood
which must bo mndo puro and now
boforo hoalth will bo restored again. A
tonlo troatmont is necessary and for this
purpoKo thero is no bettor remody tlian
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.
Mr. J. G. Havoy of 05 "Willow St.
Chelsea Mass. Bays : ' 'I was sick for a
number of yoara from gonoral debility
and Indigestion. I was novor froo from
stomach troublo and my nerves wero so
shattered that tho least oxcitemont un-
fitted mo for nny sorious work. My
sleep was rostless ou account of tcrriblo
pains in tho small of my back. Thoso
pains would sometimes last for n month
or two. My sight grow weak thero seem-
Ing to bo a blur constantly boforo my
eyes. I couldn't; concontrnto my mind
on my work and tho attempt to do sc
completely exhausted mo.
"I was finally forced to givo up a
position I lmd hold for twcnty-olght
years. After trying several medicines
without holp I read of Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills nnd gavo thorn n trial. Thoj
mndo mo fool bo much bettor and so
much strongor thnt I started In business
for myself hero In Oholscn I luwa
nover had a. rotnrn of my former sick-
ness and cheerfully recommend Dr. Wil-
liams' Pink Pills aa an oxcollont norvo
and blood tonic."
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills havo long
boon recognized ns an excellent tonlo
romedy in cases of Indigestion and gen-
oral debility whoro tho stomach nnd
other organs of tho body aro wcakonod
nnd disordered simply through lack of
propor nourishment. Thoy liavo also
Leon especially successful in curing
wucmln rheumatism nf tor-effects of tho
grip and fovcrs.
A pamphlet on "Diseases of tho
Blood " nnd iv copy of our diet book will
bo sent froo on request to anyono inter-
ested. Dr. Williams' Pink Fills nro sold by
nil druggists or sout postpaid on receipt
of prlco CO cents por box sis boxes for
$3.60 by tho Dr. Williams Modiclno
Company Schenectady N. Y.
KNITTING MACHINE ROMANCE.
Invented That a Jilted Lover Mlaht
Have His Revenge.
Romanco may certainly figure in
many of tho knitted waistcoats and
goreeous stockings worn by our un-
dergraduates of to-day but these have
not so romantic an origin as tho first
of those artlclos produced In this
For tradition has It that William
Lee who In tho sixteenth century in-
vented tho knitting framo on which
both stockings and waistcoats wero
produced mechanically was driven to
this piece of Ingenuity by tho cruel
flouting of tho lady ho loved who hap-
pened to be a stocking knitter.
Enraged at his failure to mako an
Impression en her heart he sought to
make It on her purso by killing her
means of livelihood; and one is glad
to read that all stocking makers com-
bined to frustrate his cruel purpose
with the result that ho fled with his
Invention to France whoro he finally
died of a broken heart whether for
love of his lady or of his spoiled In-
vention tradition does not say. Lon-
SAHARA CROWING DRYER.
French Observer Says the Oases Are
Shrinking and Will Disappear.
O. F. Oautler a French explorer Is
authority for tho statement that the
Sahara Is continuously becoming drier
to such an extent that the oases are
perceptibly drying up and will disap-
pear altogether In a relatively short
time. He quotes hlstorlo rocords and
physical signs to shof that springs
were at one time more plentiful than
now and that the extent of the
patches where vogetatlon flourishes
were much greater even CO to 100
As tho climate of the region has un-
dergone no change In perhaps thou-
sands of years be bolloves that the
dtioppoarance of the water must be
due to purely mechanical causes. He
considers that it is due to the con-
tinual advance of tho great sand
masses to tho north thus forming an
impenetrable barrier against tho wa-
tershed of the Atlas mountains. N. Y.
One Redeeming Feature.
A youthful Now York artist recently
Invited a friend to dinner in her stu-
dio. As tho bachelor maid's skill was
greater in mixing colors than In ca-
tering to grosser tastes the dinner
was something to gnash one's teeth at
and upon. The roast chicken was
tough tho potatoes wore underdone
the plnoapplo salad was pithy. In an-
guish of mind the young hostess sank
to the depths of apologizing.
"The dinner was delightful I assure
you" said her guest a charming wont-
on who would cheerfully have perish-
ed at the stake rather than utter a
tactless word: "I have rarely tasted
such tender gravy."
On her wedding day a young widow
always wonders how many men will
commit sulcido on her account
Promptly nnd permanently Itching
Piles when Hunt's Cure is used.
Never judge what a man knows by
bis knowing look.
8ECRET OF COCOS ISLAND.
An English Admiral Who Believed In
the atorles of Burled Treasure.
Admiral II. St. J n. Pnlllser died
suddenly nt his country houso in t'hl-
chestor Unglnnd recontly. Ho served
in tho Ilaltlc and Illack sea during tho
Crimean war and in command of n
squadron watched Ilrltlsh Interests
throughout tho Cnrllst war In 1871. Ho
was tho commandor In chief of tho Pa-
cific squadron from 180G to 1899.
It was during his command in tho
Pnclfln that Admiral I'alllsor camo In-
to possession of what ho thought to
bo the secret of tho burled treasures
of tho famous Cocos Island nnd on
board her majesty's ship Imperlcuso
mndo tho first of a long sorios of In-
effectual offorts to unearth tho burled
millions. Tho Into Admiral received
tho "secret" from Captain Hnckott
when tho latter was on his deathbed
nnd wns so Impressed by It that do-
splto nil failures ho remained a firm
bollovor in tho oxlstonco of tho treas-
ure. The story of tho Cocos Island trcas-
"rc8Js o of tho most romantic and
tnrllllng character. Ono vast hoard
of valuables is supposed to havo been
deposited on tho Island which lies 500
mllos southwost of Panama by a Ilrlt-
lsh ship which had turned plrato In
1821. Tho second nnd moro valuablo
treasuro was burled thero by tho crow
of tho barkontlno Mary Dior nbout
1S3C. This hoard was supposed to bo
the bullion and Jewels of tho I'oruvlnn
town of Callalo which was threatened
with revolution and plllago. Tho na-
tional treasure was put on board tho
British ship for safety but tho crew
betrayed thoir trust nnd fled with tho
rich cargo. Tho valuo of tho two
treasures Is supposed to bo many mil-
lions. At lenst 0000 worth of valuables
were taken from the Island by a man
called Kcaton. This man died and be-
queathed the secret to Hackott. Since
tho later confided In Admiral I'alisor
somo half dozen fruitless expeditions
havo been llttod out and havo search-
ed tho soil of tho island. Ono of tho
latest was led by Earl Fltzwllllam in
1905 but his party mot with a disas-
ter In tho shapo of n landslldo during
blasting operations and sovon of them
wero Injured. Sevoral companies
havo been formed to equip oxpedl-
tlons but needless to say none of
thorn has ever paid a divldond.
Crust of the Earth.
Hon. It. J. Strutt. F. II. S has gath-
ered rocks from all tho world over
granltos from Cornwall nnd Rhodesia
basalt from Greonland tho Victoria
Falls and Ireland syenite from Nor
way louclto from Mount Vesuvius
nnd has estimated as n result of pro
longed Investigations that not moro
than ono-thlrtloth of tho totnl volume
of tho earth Is composed or rocks
found on tho surface.
As a result of his deductions ho es-
timates that tho depth of tho earth's
rock crust Is approximately 45 miles.
This deduction coincides to a certain
degree with tho cnlculntlons of Prof
Milne tho earthquako expert who has
been investigating to tho samo end
by tho observation of earthquake
tremors and frelr speeds. Prof. Mllnc
concludes that nt a dopth of 30 miles
below tho earth's surface exist rocks
whoso physical properties aro similar
to thoso found on tho exterior.
Mr. Strutt computos tho Interna)
heat of tho globo to bo about 1.G0C
degrees contlgrado at nbout 45 miles
below tho surface. Such n heat lndl
catcs tho molting point of Iron but II
Is consldornbly below tho molting
point of platinum which Dr. Harkei
fixed at 1710 degrees centigrade.
Tho whimsical humor of "The
Crulso of tho Shining Light" is Illus
trated by tho following sccno between
Dannlo nnd old Nick Top whoso high
est virtue is to "stand by" to tl
"'Dannlo lad' ho would begin 'Is
ol' Nicholas Top n well-known flggoi
"'He's knowod' was tho response
I had been taught 'from Capo Race
" 'Standln' by.
"So far bo good; my undo would
beam upon mo ns though tho com
pllment wero of my own dovlslng un-
til 'twas necossary once moro to wipe
tho Bmilo and blush from his great
" 'Is it righteous' says ho 't' stand
"Ho would now loan closo with his
poser: 'Hoes It say so in tho Hlblo'
Ah ha lad! Doos It say so thoro?'
" 'Twas loft out' says I having tc
this boen scandalously taught 'by mis
Twice In Jeopardy.
An old nogro wns recently brought
boforo n Justlco In Mobile. It seemed
that Unclo Mosos had fallen foul of a
bulldog whllo In tho net of entering
tho henhouso of tho dog's owner.
"Look here Unclo Moses" tho Jus-
tlco said Inforntnlly "didn't I give
you ten days last month for this same
thing? Snmo henhouso you wore try-
ing to got Into. What havo you got tc
say for yoursolf?"
Unclo Moaos scratched his head.
"Mars Wlllyum yo' sent me ter do
chain gnng for trying to stoal some
chickens didn't yo?"
"Yos that was tho charge."
"Ait don't do law say yo' cau't be
charged twlco wld do samo 'fonse?"
"That no man shall bo twlco placed
In Jeopardy for tho identical act yos."
"Den Bah yo' des hab ter let mo go
sab. Ah war after do samo chickens
sab." ' 1
Noihitig I Ate
Agreed With Me.
MRS. LENOEA B0DENHAMEB
Mrs. Inora Bodenhamor R. F. D. 1.
Box 01) ICernersviile N C writes:
"I suffered with stomach trouble ami
indigestion for some t me and nothing
that I ato agreed with me. I was very
nervous and experienced n continual
feeling of uneasiness and tear. I took
medicine roui tho doctor but It did mo
" I fonna In ono of your Peruna books
n description of my symptoms. I then
wrote to Dr. Hartmnn for advice. Ho
sild I had catarrh of tho Btomnch. I
took Peruna and Mnnalln nnd followed
his directions and enn now say that I
feel as well as I ever did.
" I hope that nil who nre afflicted with
tho samo sy inptoms w 111 tnlco Peruna as
it has certainly cured me."
Thoahnvoisonly ono of hundreds who
havo written slmilur letters to Dr.
Hartman. Just ono such eur-o ns this
entitles Peruna to the candid conblder-
ntlon of everyone similarly uflllcted. If
this bo true of tho tchtlniony of one per-
son what ought to bo tho testimony of
hundreds yes thousands of honest sin-
cere people. Wo havo In our flies a great
many other testimonials.
A Counter Irritant.
"Havo you mado arrangements to
prevent fraud In tho election?" "No"
answered Senator Sorghum; "I
couldn't qulto maungo that. But I'vo
dono tho next best thing to defeat tho
opposition's Iniquity. I'vo mado ar-
rangements that'll mako their fraud so
insignificant by comparison that It
won't bo noticed."
For Hot Tlrod Aching
Alton's Foot-Ease a nowder. Hr.nrp
painful smarting nervous tcot and in-
growing nails nuil instantly takes tho
sting out of corns and bunions. It's tho
creuteta comfort discovery of tho age.
Makes tight or now shoes easy. A certain
euro for sweating callous and hot tired
aching feet. 30000 tostlmouials. Try It
fwry. Bold by all DrugglMs and Shoo
stores 2.1a Don't accept u nulitttutc. Trial
package FREE. Address
XSLeeti LoRoy.N. y.
Genuine bears aboyo denature.
Hooper's Tetter Cur
mou-i croicii.j is soId by an druggists
on a positive guarantee
to euro Tetter Eczema
Itch of all kinds. Skin
Eruptions Ring Worm
Dew Poison Chapped
Face and Hands Hm-
Eles Dandruff and All
calp Troubles Corns
Bunions Sore and
Sweaty Feet Etc. Sold
everywhere two sizes
50c and $1.00 Bottles.
Does not stain grease
or blister. Mailed direct
on receipt of price.
HOOFED MEDICINE CO Dallas Tuas.
FOR SALE .sa
goods by the owner. Stock and fixtures will
invoice about $4000.00. The finest location
on Main street in a town of 25000 inhabit-
ants. Doing a nice business and steadily In-
creasing. This is a chance of a lifetime.
Owner lias other business and cannot give it
bis personal attention. Don't answer this un-
less you havo the cash and are ready for a
quick deal. Address
J. H. HANKS Shawnee Okla.
hS rooT-usr. v
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