The Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 124, Ed. 1, Saturday, June 15, 1907 Page: 3 of 4
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AnadarRo Daily Democrat
(no t-ateu Panacea.
Wa Americana hao a Renins for tlio
Invuntton of euro-alls and for faith
In thorn after they are Invented. Somo
ono 1ms now contrived on nnpor
tlio Order of XebuchnilneMtirltea. Tlio
tnotliod of tho order Ib not to bo as
ono might expect a tllot of grass but
n chnnne from tho upright position to
ono on alt fours. Mcmbors of tho so-
ciety must aureo to oat drink walk
and run en tholr hands and knees.
Thoy aro nwurod by the foundor of
tho'order that they will spoodlly ban-
ish all tho Ills to which human flesh
Is holr. Witness tho vigorous health
enjoyed by tho dog tho ox tho horse
and tho noceasary pig tholr freedom
from dyspepsia neuritis rhoumatlsm
and consumption. Whother thoy bo
Immuno to monslcs chicken-pox nnd
mumps lias not yot boon announced.
It is not disclosed whether this ordor
Is tho product of tho lively Imagina-
tion of a newspaper roportor or n se-
rious Bchomo of n sincere reformer
who Is unablo to master moro than
ono Idon. Tho very doubt ou this
point rosults from tho fact that ovon
buo!' u .'ocloty might find adhoronts.
An oriental lugond rolntos that when
woman first discovered man ho was
living on aU fours. Sho conxed him
to hie fret and induced him to walk
upright. Can It bo that tho twentieth
century will undo tho work of the
jiriniltivo woman? Surely remarks
Youth's Companion the ndhorents of
tho new cult must all bo men: for
fashion has mndo no provision for
woman's clothos In tho new attitude.
"Creopors" designed for the purpose
:annot yot bo obtained and tho mush-
room hats would not adapt thorn-
solves to a polso on tho back of tho
nock. Thus fashion may be stronger
than fad nnd woary man may bo
forced to stand up again to get with-
in sponklng dlMnncc of woman.
For a Change In the New Year.
If an arrangement could bo mado
witii tho almanac makers I would bo
In favor of having tho year begin with
tho 1st of May.
On tho 1st of January I havo no real
sensation of tho beginning of n now
porlod tho starting of a "now deal."
Uetwaon tho last day of Dccombor
and tho first day of January thoro ox-
Ists no substantial dlfferonco. My
.heart. .does.-not-signify by a single
throb that it is aware of Uio change.
Nnttiro docs not turn over In Its sloop
when tho whlutles blow an! tho holla
ring to announce the artificial dawn
of tho artificial year or disturb tho
snow blanket uuder which It hag lain
Inanimate for a month or moro. On
the other kand continues the writer
In Amorlcan Magazine we spontane-
ously signalize tho arrival of the
Bprlng by a revolution In our thoughts
our manners our physical rotations
to tho world our clothes our bouse
and our habits. Nature contemptu-
ous of tho astronomers shakes off Its
cold lethargy and gives us a happy
Nev Year at the flowery threshold of
tho month of May.
Paul Doumer Is an observant
Frenchman who has returned to his
own country after a long visit to tho
United States duilng which he trav-
eled through every section of tho
union. That he kept his eyes open
with intelligent watchfulness and nn
appreciative spirit Is evident from hla
talks In private and public. Deliver-
ing a lecture before unlvorslty stu-
dents M. Doumer paid a notablo trib-
ute to Americans. Among othor things
ho said tho congressional library at
Washington which ho descrlbod I
considerable detail was by all odds
tho best organized best managed and
host regulated In tho world which
coming from a representative of high
lltorary culture Is a notable compli-
ment. A writer in nn oxchango has dis-
covered that tho greatest foo to
boauty In man and woman Is not er-
rors In diot lack of exorcise over-
work or any of tho things usually
classed as enemies of good looks but
bad mental states "anger fovor jeal-
ousy forry irritability want of trust
in ono's sjlf and in tho 'Groat God."
Tho young woman who wnnts to bo
beautiful may eat what sho pleases
nnd work long and hard but If sho
will cultlvato good naturo calmness
kindllnoss gayoty sho may develop
tho dlvlno gift. Therefore choor up
girls says Indianapolis Star bo good
and you will bo lovely to behold and
of course happy.
J. P. Morgan Is tho only householder
in Ncv York below Central park who
has fruit trees In his front yard. At
Madison avenuo and Thirty-ninth
street his lot has cherry and pear
trees besides magnolias which are
now in bloom.
Hank dorks nro oxpectod to handlo
money just as dry goods clerks handlo
laco or ribbons according to a bank
prosldept. The president should visit
n dentist and have his cxpcctcr filled
BACKACHE IS KIDNEYACHE.
Cure the Kidneys and the Pain Will
Only ono wny to euro nn aching
back. Curo tho caus tno kidneys.
Thousands tell of
euros made by
Doan's Kidney 1'IIN
John C. Coleman ft
of Swalnsboro On.
says: "for several
years my kidneys
woro aftoctod and
my back ached day
nnd nkht. I was
languid norvous nnd laino In tho
morning. Doan's Kldnoy Pills helped
mo right away and tho groat rcllof
that followed has been pormnnont."
Fostor-MIlburn Co. Uuffalo N Y.
Sold by all dealers. CO conts a box.
ONCE THE PATH WAS SMOOTH.
Discard That Old Adage About the
Court of True Love.
A remarkable wedding has latoly
taken place at Naples remarkablo be-
cause of tho ex t re mo youth and alort-
nesii of tho happy couple. When Ce-
lostlno Giordano aged 15 with Glcolla
Nappl his choson bride wont to tho
registry ollico to bo married tho com-
missioner was vory loath to porform
the ceromony for tho pair had not
reached the ago limit prescribed by
the civil code. Tho young folks had
evidently expected to liavo to over-
came difficulties to tholr union for
vrhllo the commissioner was hesitat-
ing as to what ho should do they
sprang a surprise on htm nnd settled
the matter by producing a royal de-
cree of dispensation which thoy had
obtained dlroct from tho king. This
helng proved genulno tho children
were joined to wedlock In the pros-
ence of their parents and a largo gath-
ering of intarostod spectators.
BABY ITCHED TERRIBLY.
Face and Nock Covered with Inflamed
Skin Doctors No Avail Cured
by Cutlcura Remedies.
"My baby'o faco and nock woro cov-
ored with Itching skin similar to ecze-
ma and sho suffered terribly for over
a year. I 'took her to a number of doc-
tors and also to different colleges to
no avail. Then Cutlcura Remedies
woro recommended to mo by Miss G .
I did not uso It at first as I had tried
so many other remedies without any
favorable rosults. At last I tried Cutl-
cura Soap Cutlcura Ointment and
Cutlcura Resolvent Pills and to my
surprise notlcod an improvement.
After using threo boxon of tho Cutl-
cura Ointment togethor with tho Soap
and Pilla I am ploased to say sho Is
filtoee&or a different child and tho
picture of health. Mrs. A. C. Ilrostlln
m K. Lincoln St. Chicago 111. Oct
20 and 39 1904."
"Tainted Money" No New Thing.
"'Xay nay nay!' Bald tho arch-
bishop wavluc a white Jowoled hand
ae tae eklef began to dlvulgo somo of
ale larger ylana. 'Tell mo not of thy
wicked acaetaei! Thy methodn I must
centem- utterly bat if thou bringest
He the Moaey well I can at least see
U It that It fee aot used for bad pur-
)oiea. Ami speaking of money we
aeed fr tke wails of tho apse a hun-
dred tags ef gold. Dost think thou
eouldet nuiage ItT'
"'Ay' eald tke Oeatlo Robber aid
tkat algkt ha deipotled nine men
killing tkree tkat resisted longest for
he was a great lover of holy church
and a deveat kellever nor could she
ask of kin aay strvloe that he weuld
not perform." "The Gentle Rokker"
Ghosto of Dead Lakes.
In tho great basin between the
Rockies and tke Sierra Novadaa lie
tho ghosts of many dead lakes. Riv-
era still flow down to the dry edge ef
theso one-time great reservoirs and
are licked up by evaporation and the
Chinook winds. Of all tho lakes that
once lny there only Great Salt Lake
Lake Tahoc and Boar Lake aro left.
Tho Southern Pacific rolls for 1C5
miles across the bod of what was oaoe
Lako Lahontan and tbo passengora
gazing Idly from tho windows may see
tho terraces and wrlukl03 in tho crust
of tho fossil lake which nature robbod
and defrauded of Its crystal treasures
ages ago. Exchango
DR. TALKS OF FOOD
Prec. of Doard of Health.
"What shall I out?" is the dally in-
quiry tho physician is mot with. I do
not hesltato to say that In my judg-
ment a largo porcentngo of disease 13
rausod by poorly solected and Improp-
erly prepared food. My personal ox-
perionco with tho fully-cooked food
known an drape-Nuts enables mo to
speak freely of Its morlts.
"From overwork I sufforcd several
yen s with malnutrlton palpitation of
tho heart and loss of Bleep. Last
lummor I was led to experiment por-
lonally with tho now food which I
used in conjunction with good rich
:ow's milk. In a short time nftor I
:omnicnced its uso thd disagreeable
symptoms disappeared my heart's ac-
tion became steady nnd normal tho
(unctions of tho stomach woro proper-
ly carried out and I again slept as
soundly and ns well as lu my youth.
"I look upon Grcpo-Xuts as a per-
fect food nnd no ono can gainsay but
that it hai a most prominent place In
i rational eclontlflc system of feeding.
Any riio who uses thla food will soon
bo convinced of tho sounCuoss of tho
prlncfiplo upon which It Is manufac-
turer nnd may thereby know tho facts
ao t8 Its tmo worth." Read "Tho Itoad
to iVellvlllo" In pkg8. "There's a
THE NEW INSURANCE AGENT.
Ho Comes In With the New Law Paul
Morton on His Onportunlty.
Tho new Insurance liw of the Stnto
of Now York has opened up n promis-
ing field for both men and womoti
with brains nnd ouergy in tho sale of
llfo Insurance The law now provides
standard forms of policies. och of
which practically bears the hall mark
of the State of New York and this now
order of things has established tho
sale of llfu Insurance on a correct
Tho prohibition against rebating nnd
oxtravngnnt allowances to agents has
drlvon out of tho business tho old
typo of Insuranco agent who In many
cases virtually bought business with
largo rebates instead of selling It.
Ills plnco is being taken by profes-
sors lawyers school teacher? t both
goxos nnd others who And that bolng
a life Insurnnco agent under tho now
system offers greater reward than
tholr previous vocations. Tho law has
reduced commissions 1 at all of tho
commission now goes to the agent.
Llfo Insuranco Is something thab
ovoryono needs and under tho pres-
ent systom Its sale is being conducted!
with becoming dignity and propriety.
Paul Morton president of tho Kqulta-
bio Llfo Assurance Society has taken
the lend In building up nn agency or-
ganization that Is In keeping with tho
demands of public sentiment nnd tho
standard be has set for his company.
Ho says: "Wo want u. ngenta both
men nnd women but none excopt en-
ersotlc ablo nnd truthful pcoplo need
npply. For such thoro Is a splendid
Mr. Morton's policy of Injecting now
and vigorous blood Into tho ngency
force of tho Society Is meeting with
success In all parts of tho country.
"Whiskers" was a word formerly
used to designate the hair on tho up-
per Up. Scott more than onco speaks
of "whiskers on tho upper Up" and so
dooB Defoe in "Robinson Crusoo."
Johnson defined a "whisker" as tho
hair growing on the upper Up or chock
unshaven; a raustachlo." It sroms to
have taken its name from a fancied
resemblance to a small brush to
"whisk" properly meaning to sweep
and a "whisker" havlnr been n par
ticular kind of feather brush also In
tho slang of a former time a switch
or rod. In tho seventeenth century a
"whisker" signified amons othor
things a brazen lie a "whopper."
Btatz or Ouio. oitt or Tolibo I
Lucia cocrr. f
riiirK J. Cuuir inasea oath tUit be la etnlor
Cirtutr of ttie firm or V. J. CiiMir & Co. dulnc
uilneia In tbo Oil of Tmedo. County and Bum
afovId. and that aald firm will par tho aam o(
ON- HUNIMEO DOLLAR! fur each and everr
elisor UATAinn UMeaniielbe aarvdbj tuouieuf
lULL'a Uat-xiui Cm.
Sworn to before lue aad aaaiar Ib.d la ruy preacac
- i A. W.dLIlASOS'
1 fj. I Xst-ut Pernio.
Mall'a CatarrB Ceie li takaa lateraally ul acta
dlraotly an Ilia blovd aaf uikii aarfacea of tbo
lat!. baad (or Ifatlu.alaJl tt.
T. J. oaoTalT CO. Toledo O.
Sold br all DraggUU Tie.
Take fuira faultf rtMa far aaaaatptUao. f
"The naa wke painted tkat spurious
pletura was an artiet at all events"
said the ceaaolMear. "I Uoa't know
about hlni" aaawerod Mr. Cumrox
ruofulfy "but the dealer wke sold it to
Love Is fellew-servfce. Arthur
A Bright Man.
"Yes he Is very brlsat." "Always
says tho ri.ut thins at the right tiino
I suppose?" "Better than that; he al-
ways keops still at the rlxht time."
What's the Use?
Aches Pains Hums Cuts Sprains
and all similar afflictions nro always
Instantly relieved; often entirely cured
by an application of that unequaled
remody Hunt's Lightning Oil. Don't
suffer. Dcn't delay. What's tho uso?
When a woman Is unable to get
what oho wants she tries to convinco
hersolf that It wasn't worth having
To be on pood terms with human na-
turo He Well! Garfield Tea purifies the
blood eradicates ducaie regulates the di-
rective organs ami bring Good Health!
Manufactured bv Garfield Tea Co. Brook-
lyn N. Y. Sold by druggists.
A woman nover forgives a man for
forgiving her for not forgiving him.
The Kln of Terror.
Itching Tiles Ib Instantly relieved
and promptly cured by Hunt's Curo.
It Is frequently easier to bo sure you
aro right than it is to go ahead.
Perfectly tlmnle nr.d Hmply perfect N
dyeing with PUTN'AM l'Al)Kl.KS8
DAKS. 10c per imclam.
Tho bettor somo peoplo are tho
moro violent the reaction.
You always get full value In Lewis'
Finale Hinder lrniht 8e cigar. our
dealer or Lewis' Factory IVona III.
Sho Is n wlso girl who knows
onough not to protend to to know too
Cow Peas nnd Soy Beans.
Owns Thresher will tlireili thorn from
the Unai and mhI. Now rntnlou full of
valuable Information mailed free. Write
for it. J. I.. Owens Co. COM Superior St.
Tho world Is n looking-glass. Laugh
nt it and it Inughs back; frown nnd
your own gloom is recast. Gcorgo El-
ioL To Improve tlio general health tVo
Gnrfieltl Tea daily for a time; it pttrihr.
the blood crudientu rlictiniatiain and
many chronic ailments and keeps tlir
health good. Garfield Te i made of
herbs; it is KU.irantecd under the Pure
Food niul Drugs Lu v. Garfield Te Co.
Brooklyn N. Y.
"Do you bellovo In the hurvlval of
the fltteat?" "Well" answored Sen-
ator Sorghum "I suppose I am like
most peoplo lu that rospoct. My opin-
ion depends a good deal on how fit I
happen to bo fooling myself."
No Need of Scrntchlnn.
Othor ndllctlons may bo moro pain-
ful but nono moro annoying thnn mnny
forms of Itching trouble. Tho quickest
nnd most reliable romodv for itching
diseases of nny character Is Hunt's
Curo. Ono application rcllovcs ono
box guaranteed to cure.
As every thread of gold Is valuablo
so Is evory moment of time. J. Ma-
-. S i
MISS JULIE FLORCNCtt WALSH
Lydia E. Pinkiiara's
H mado from nntivo roots and herb"..
received such widespread and unqualified endorsement. No other nieul-
clno has such a record of oures of female ills.
Miss J. V. Wnlh of SSI VT. 31th St New Yoilc City writes: "Lydia
E. Plnkham'a Vegetable Compound has been of Inestimable value in
restoring my houitli. I suffered from female illness which canted
dreadful liendaohos dizziuau and dull pains In my back but your
mcdiclno soon brought about a chango in my general condition built
mo up and mado mo perfectly well."
Lydia H. l'lnkhani's Vegetable Compound cures Female Complaint
such ns Ilockacho ITalllnar and Displacements Inllaminutlou and Ulcera-
tion and organic dUuuws. It is invaluablo In preparing for child-birth
and during the Change of Life. Itouren Nervous Prostration Ueadacho
General Debility and invigorates the wholb system.
Mrs- Plnkham'a Standing Invitation to Women
Women su-forlng from any form of feronlo wcakneaa are Invited to
write Mrs. Plukham ut Lynn Ua.ua.
Various troubles result from liver disorder. Some symptoms are
coated tongue bad breath constipation.
Livor trouble Is not in Itsolf a dangerous disease but It may easily
If not properly treated. The right thing to do before things go too far. Is
the purely vegotablo reliable liver medicine. It has no bad after-effects but Is non-poisonous and harm-
less. Thla 13 what has made it for over 70 years the favorite family liver medicine of the South.
Sold by dealarx pric 25 cents and $1.00. Try It.
l.AVMLMBenMV.-r?riXL(.lvi VI.1VJ .r.ygi-m
M.UA MMMSV Til I
-. aw iMvitMi a jm wii.i. uuuaj mia as
bgy-DIU-TttOBHTOU B tlrOll'ioaoO-3T.CamaTY.Mo.(i
Wo cannot understand a character
greater than our own until something
congenial to It has grown up within
Good for the Blues.
Is your nppctlto ou a vacation your
energy absont and everything else
out of "Whack?" If bo you had bet-
tor talto something and take It now.
Simmons' Sarsaparllla is the King of
Tonics. It will maku you cat all you
want to pay for. Try It and hear your-
self laugh again.
Work of Trained Oarsmen.
Eight trained oarsmen pulling a
boat exort about two horsepower.
Lewis' Single Hinder straight 5c cle-J.
Made of extra quality tobacco. Your
dealer or Lewis' Factory 1'oona 111.
Talk is cheap It you get It from a
Mrs. Wlnaloir'a Roothlnj; Hjrap
Tor cnliuren teettilne aof teoa tba rural tsdoeea la
-immauoa alliji pala curaa win J collu. Vi a tatUa
The quality of the life of every one
is the same as the quality of his love.
those ugly grizzly gray hairs. Use "
fiouK ArSJI lj
au oitoi.. rm ci nt"
AVcgcl.iblc Prf paralion (crAs
fk'ss and llcsf.Contalns nciaw
Oiiiimt.Miirjiliinc norr W.
Ancrfcrl llcmedv forCtmsflta
Hon Sour Slonucli.UlarrhMa
RirS'iniile Signamrt of
A C W
Exact Copy of Wrapper
k r.r .
Many women suffer in r.llcnco nnd
drift along from bwl to wor&e know
ing well that they ought to hare
How many women do you know
who nro perfectly well nnd strong?
U'hecnuso may bo easily trnccd to
somo feminine derangement which
manifests itself in depression of
spirits reluctnnco to ro anywhere
or do nnytliin backache dragging
ecnsatlond llatulcncy uervoubness
Theso symptoms aro hut warnings
that there is danger nht-ad nnd un-
less heeded a life of suffering or a
serious operation la tho inevitable
result Tho beet remedy for ull
these symptoms is
No othor medicine In tho country has
Her advice is free.
Bajnf a mrtcz at 3 1 laeu
Positively cured by
these Little Pills.
They aleo reUere Dis-
tress from Dynpepsla. In-
(UfciUon and Too Hearty
Eatl-g-. A perfect rem-
edy tor Dizziness. Nausea
Drowtlnees Bad To3te
la tbo Mouth. Coated
Tongue rain In the Side
TOIlPID L1VZK. The?
regulate te Bowels. Purely Vegetable.
SMALL PILL SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE
Genulno Must Bear
In rrral r. rt.tr for aala at lha low.tt prlf.l bx
WU. FLBTCIIEIt fc CO.
AVuahlntlon U. C Kalab.
lauu. Wo lasualeaaauereaafnl.
Ad?loa ana Uuoklal ITitlCK.
LA CREOLE" HAIR RESTORER. Price $1.00 retail.
For Tnfant 5 nnd Chlldron.
The Kind You to
$50 to $15Q
Wc also handle the hlgh-crade Baldwin
Ivers & l'ond I-isc
Sohmr and others.
Ivers & I'ond Fischer Smith & Nixon.
WJJ X33XsJL V JLiJ-Et
at your station. Write for special terms.
Latest Records. Write for terms.
GUITARS VIOLINS BANJOS
From cheapest to best grade.
Sheet Music. Write for catalog.
flpaclal terms ou all leadlne makes SHUT
KKUU at yout station. Satlatactlon or bo pay
Adilreaa DURHAM OX- CO..
310 N. Broadway. Oklahoma City. O.Ta
hr alarehta onlr 1 Of aeaa lama srtaa a4
"OEFIANCH" 10 SUPERIOR QUALITY.
Mi7.V;.d.ri5 Thowpson'a Eye Watw
W. N. U. Oklahoma City No. 22 1907.
backache headache blllouinoss
lead to dangerous complications.
Orer 300000 Amrlcaa
farmers who iara act
tied In Canada during
the paat few years teatC
f r to the fact that Csasa
da la. bvnnd ouaatiaa.
the .reatcat farming; land laths world.
of wheat from the harreat of 1904 means ro4
money to the farmers of Weatcrn Canada wkaa
the world haa to be fed. Cattlt luialar Saiar-
lu and Mixed Parmlns are alao prottaala caJV.
Ings Coal wood and water fu abondaaaai
churchea and achoola coaTeuleat) markata aaajf
of acceat. Taxes low
I'or advice and Information a&raa tae epe-
Intendent of Immigration Ol"! Canada
any authorlted Canadian Ot'l'm .nt Ateau
J. S. CRAWFORD Ns. 129 W. hfk Strnt
Kaoiti City Mlnsnri.
Trr t-tai ai
yaa vtlt )
a.l ana st I
ara. aaat ravau
(or sua. aunulJi aoajsa liBa-IsAn.aalraa.I
ff W ni9
THcecNTAURCOMnr RiarToaa orrr.
'W-.ywmo)wiuij ' y -j' sjr
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