Anadarko Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 217, Ed. 1, Friday, May 23, 1902 Page: 2 of 8
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THE SURGEON'S KNIFE
Mrs. Kohls Stevenson of Salt
I.alio City Tells Mow Opnu-
liuns For (hurhin Troubles
Hay Ho Avoided.
" Hi An Mrn I'inkiiam' I mtfTcrcil
wllli inlhinituatlon of tin- ovimU'h ami
tv imMor over six )vnrn rtiilnrinj' ucIii'n
nnil li.uiis uliieli iimif rnii dicsitn of but
thuc who have liutl the bame uxpc
tuts re kis STnv i'nsov.
rlcncr. Iliindiodsof dolhirnvnti3tr'5
dm tin nud tin druist ' "nN simply
u u Hiking medicine dicht nnd u phis
ii il wreck. My mstcr t chiding In Ohio
wrote mo Hint hlie lmd bicn cured of
womli trouble liv using Ljlllil I?
IMiilcluunTt VokHhMo Com-
Iioiiixl mid cdvihcd inc to try it. I
then discontinued nil other mod Icines
nnd gnru jour Vegetable Compound a
thorough trial. Within four weeks
nearlj all inlu had left niu; I rarely
hud hcadachei and my nei ves were In
u inui'h better tonditlou and I was
cured in tlueo monthn nud tlusnvoidcd
a teiriblo hurgieul opeialion." Vits.
Kcitis Stkviamiv. 250 Si. State St.
Salt Lnko Citj. Vtnh f 5000 forftit If
above testimonial It not genuine.
Komcinlx-r overy woman In
cordially Invited to write to Mm.
l'lnkliam if thero is anything
nliout lir Hi niptoniH .she does not
iindei'htand. airs. I'liikham's
address is Lynn Mass.
' I nmv ho n fmluio' lvinniKcd thu
uiship "hut tht'ic niu no IlicKou mo."
To Iln Mtrunc nnd Itenlthy
ti ATI.AH OATS It builds up brawn
uiutcis uuu uriiui aii crocers.
i:aki.if.st nussiAN mii.i.kt.
Will Jim bo Nliurt of I my I If no plnnt n
iilunty of tli I j prodigally prollllo millet.
a In H Tom nf Itli-h liny lur Acrx.
PriioSOllM $t ft) 100 lb Kl Low frelRlitK.
Jetiu A HnUer Seed Co . I.a CrosseVI V
Tho waitress hIiuuUI bo a fetching
! Tour Foot Aclm nn IturnT
Shako Into your aIiopJ Allen's Foot-
i:se a powder for tho feet. It mukct
tight or Now Shoes fec'l Kasy. Cures
t'orns Ilunlona Swollen Hot and
Sweating Foot. At all Drugglstn and
Shoo Stores 2rc Sample. Bent FREE.
Address Allen H. Olmsted I.eUoy N. Y.
Tim girl who talUs about her swan-
like neck is apt to iniiLo a gooso of her-
silf 'SV&.ttS PENSION
iitv.iviMiki; vtHaniticiou ii i'.. they
mill rnniiiniiiiti1r ..!. It K.i. . it i
jnnii.vviiwuiMriiin;i i omrt II UI1
bluff suih C ortw. Prosccutlnc Claims since 1878
jAll Havana Filler
FlORODORA BANDS are
ofsjrc vluo as tegs From
'star; horse shoe:
"spearhead: 'STANDARD NAVK
"OLD PEACH & HONEY"
dnd J. T." Tobacco.
M'tJJSiv. A- II
tbxasts own toujeth
WiSCH 2 Vr.nAL HOLIDAY IN LONE
i CTArl STATE.
Reparation I nun Mexico Went Form illy
Into I '.fTo a mi 'llmt Day- stronp lloi-
Dment DrHHii Up At l)ecli.ttliin f
I I'cw AniGrkinis ato awnro that In
oue of the greatest statos of the Union
the second duy of Mutch is n legal
holiday. Some would be ni) stilled If
told fmthvrtuoro that this is the dale
of the Declaration of Independence of
one p.ut of the Auieiicnn nation Such
however arc the facts. The state la
Tcas What the Pourth of July Is In
tho hlslotv of the thirteen original
ioIoiiIwi Hip second of March Is in the
history of Texas
The open-in? of the year 1S3C found
Teas In quite an anomalous condi-
tion. She was engaged In atlo light-
ing against Mexico nnd jet stcnied to
have no other Idea than that of 10-
liialnlng a portion of Mexico. In No-
vair.lHr of tho preceding yeai a gather-
ing Known as Hie genual consultation
had been hold at San Kellpe The nnmo
cotiBUlt.itlon was applied to this be-
came the MHieans were piejudlced
against "conventions " This one fact
Dhows how anxious tho Toxtms were
to letaln the favor of Mexico Provi-
sion wns made for another council to
meet tho 1st of March of the next year.
On Kelt. 1 nn election was held and
ilftj-cisht were chosen as delegates to
These assembled March 1 in the pic-
turesque old town of Washington on
the Hrazos Tho next day they unan-
imously adopted a declaration of in-
dependence. It was wtlttcn by (Iconic
C. Childless and is considered a sfvuig
document. The opening lines are as
"When a (ooinment has censed to
P'otett the lives liberty and property
of tho people fiom whom its legiti-
mate powers aio deiUed "
It then proceeds to htate concisely
and vigorously sixteen acpatntc points
in which tho government of Mexico
had failed In Its duty to Texas. It then
states that "these and other griev-
ances were patiently homo until they
reached tho point at which foibear-
ance ceased to be a virtue." it declares
that the Texans then took up arms in
defense of the "national Constitution"
thai is tho Constitution of Mexico
but tint now "tho necessity of self
pi (serration decices an etcinal politi-
cal separation. It closes by commit-
ting tho Issue to the decision of the
".Supreme Ai biter of the destinies of
Tho fust name signed is that of
Richard Hills the president of tho
Satheilug. Then follow the names of
fifty-one others who vveio present.
Sam Houston was ono of these. Last
Mine the nanics of six others who
were elected delegates hut were not
;resent and signed later. Nearly all of
Ihe fifty-eight names aro now perpetu-
ited as tho names of counties on tho
oiap of Texas.
After all however one can not help
feeling that this declaration of inde-
pendence was largely a matter of form.
Piactically speaking the connection
with the mother country had already
boon severed. Theio had been .some
months of actual fighting. The battles
of Concepclon Goliad and Gonzales
had alieady been fought. San Antonio
had alieady been captured by the
Texans and lecapturcd by tho Mexi
cans At the very tlino the convention
ras in session Tiavls Howie Crockett
j.-ul their brave followers wero making
tt.-ur laot heiolc stand at the Alamo.
At ih'nday March 0 tho last letter
fltten by Tiavls was received. When
As president lead the message one
rosmber sprang to his feet and moved
.ajvt tho inemheis of tho convention
ixvx themselves and march Immedlate-
f to the Alatuo to relievo Travis
Rim Houston opposed this. He claimed
.h.nt the Hi st duty of the convention
vets to establish n government and n
constitution. He offcied to collect
troops himself and innich to the relief
This he did but alt too late. On tho
f.lGht of tho veiy day when they woie
Jltcusslng It SuiuM) March G. IS30
-he final attack was made All the
Trld knows tho result Tho Alamo
Mil. but Its gloilous fall made foievor
ycpusslblo tho failure of Texan liulo-
peudenco 6o peacefully declared In tho
rpilot town of Washington only a fovv
11ilnks Crime Ilrrrilllury.
Jailer John L. Whitman of Chicago
r.ald tho other day In a lecture before
a women's club that in his opinion
if tho family history of a bank de-
faulter were examined it is probablo
that some ono of his ancestors would
ho found to have been a shortwelght
grocers or a petty criminal against
oociety. "Crime" ho added "Is n
disease anil Its only cure Is klnJ
I Ono oT tbo hardwt tasks over set to
I su.1 Is to sift the truth out of a lio.
sdmj: tuncinscs in (mourning.!
Two I'lium of the 1'nRlMi Woman'
May of MRnlreitlag Orlf?. !
"One of the things that every little
wUllo gives me a surprise In Kngland
Is the vagaries of conventional
mourning as practiced In Hngllsh so-
ciety" says nn Amorlcnn woman who
lins lived iniuli In London. "I never
inlto know what to expect fiom an
HnglUh woman In mourning
"Last soasoii over there I was giv-
ing a dinner and confided to nn Kng-
HHi frlond with whom I wns qulto
Intimate and who was In drop mourn-
ing my regiet that sho could not be
"Why mj dear" she said. "I'll
oomo directly but I must dine up-
stairs" "So on the night In quostlon she.
In a daszllng effective dinner dross of
black gauze decollete ami sleeveless
was served with dinner in the library
whllo the rest of niy guests sat
through the coursos in the dlnlng-
looni. When the ladies went to tho drawing-room
Mis. O. was there took cof-
fee with us gaily and finished the
evening with tho gentlemen as they
sti oiled In from their cigars.
"This should have piepared me for
any Inconsistency. Hut not very long
afterwaul I could with difficulty le-
picss i smile at the conduct of an-
other Kngllsh woman In mourning
whom I met at tho house of a friend.
A table of brldgo was being made up
and the hostess asked her to Join
"Yes dear" she icplied caressing-
ly "but j on must put me at a mourn-
"In other vvouls she would only
piny with persons who vvcie In be-
leavemont like herself" New York
STILL HAVE BELIEF" IN WITCHES.
Itiiunrlc.ililo Cnse of upcrilltlun
portod from i:nc;lniiil.
Superstition is not yet dead. A few
days ago a lady living In Coinwa.l re
ceived a letter from n woman dwelling
twenty miles away In a lonely coast
village In whose house she had fre
qucntly spent tome months of the
summer months. Tho letter was not
well written but the woman can hard
ly be old enough to have escaped com-
pulsory educution altogether. Yet she
wrote to say that there was somebody
In that coast village who had been "III-
wK)''rfnd was in consequence likely
toj .She had hoaid that In the
to' SU1 vhlch she had addressed her
lej - o was a skillful white witch
wlf ;-' consideration would be
willing to provide the sufferer with
a chat ni which would be a sovereign
cure. She asked the lady to endeavor
to discover the name and address of
the benefactor. That such a letter
should be written In these civilized
days is not specially "urpilslng but
the instances are not worth noting
for those who have had most experi-
ence In the study of the superstitious
beliefs of tho peasantry know well that
for ono which gets written down In
this way thete are generally two or
thi eo vastly moie Intel csting whfdii
aie never disclosed except In moments
of extreme emotion and panic. Lou-
Hlenal for All Nutlotii.
Tor some time a novel ahum signal
has been In use on tho Alps and so
successful has It proved that several
European journals arc now suggesting
tha: It ho made International Instead
of merely local.
The signal consists of a shout or
whistlo or a gunshot which may be
repeated six times. A traveler who
loses his way on the Alps can also give
the alarm by brandishing a lighted
lantern six times at regular intervals.
The essential feature of tho signal Is
that the shout or the whistlo or the
gunshot must bo repeated six times-
no moro nnd no less. An j ono who
hoars such n signal Is bound to respond
Defoie however he goes to the as-
sistance of tno person In need ho must
lot him know that his appeal for help
has been heard and this he Is to do
elthor by shouting or whistling thrco
times or by firing three shots.
What They niil With the Seoili.
This is the season of the year when
each congressman receives from the
agricultural department several thou-
sand packages of gardon seeds. When
a congressman's district consists of
nothing but houses and where thero
aie no back yaius like Representative
Ruppeit's bailiwick the seeds are trad-
ed off for public documents Mr. Rup-
pert however sent a few packages to
his New York city constltJ.i'Kris as aa
experiment. Somo of tve cids went
to peoplo Hying in a model tenement.
A few days ago Mr Ruppert received
a letter from the owner of the tene-
ment. "Please do not send any more
seeds" ho wrote. "The people In my
building have converted all their bath-
tubs Into gardens. The schemo Is all
right so far as irrigation Is concerned
but it is a little tough on the tuUa"
Complete External and
Assisted by Cuticuka Ointment for preserving purifying- and beautify-
ing tho skin for cleansing the scalp of crusts scales and dandruff" and tho
stopping of falling hair for softening whitening and soothing red rough
and soro hands for baby rashes itchings and dialings and for all tho
purposes of the toilet bath and nursciy. Millions of Women use CUTICUKA.
Sor In tho form of baths for annoying Irritations Inflammations and ex-
coriatlons for too free or offensive perspiration In tho form of washes for
ulcerative weaknesses and for many eanatlvc autlrcptlc purposes which
readily suggest themselves to women and mothers. No other ntcdicafcd
6oap is to bo compared with Cuticuiia for preserving purifying and
beautifying the skin scalp hair nmUiands. No other foreign or domcatlo
toilet soap however expensive 13 to'bo compared w Ith It forall tho purposes
of the toilet bath and nursery. Thus It combines lu Oki: Soai at One
Prick tho iikst skin and complexion soap and the hest toilet and baby
soap in tho world.
COMPLETE EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL TREATMENT FOR EVERY HUMOUR.
CooiliUnjf of CuTicum
to latntly allay
THE SET $1 tba blood ASiNuinBETUoflcntuticlenttocurothotuottorturiDgt
dliftffurlng Itching burning aud acaly skin scalp and blood humours
nuhen Itchings and Irritation with loaa of hair when all eli falli. Sold throughout tho
world BrltUh Depot 27-SS Charterhouae Hq. London French Depot: f Kuo do la Pair
Parli. PottkhDrcq and Cutx. Corr flolo I'ropi. Doitoa U.S. A. AUaboat thoBklj'
CuTlconx IIK90LTCNT Pills (Cliocolatn Coated) are a now taeteleis odourlena economical
aubelitute for the cclcbraUd liquid Cuticuka Kesdi.tfnt ai well ai for all other blood purlttora
and humour curci. Kaeh pill la equivalent to one teufpoonfulof liquid Uksolvent. Tut up In
crew-cap pocket vlali containing the sirao number of tioauaaa ft 50o. bottle ot liquid Hb.
eoLTENT. prlco 25c. Cuticuua I'ills nro alterative antteptte tonic and digestive and beyond
question the purest sweetest most suceeetful and economical blood and rkla purifiers humour
cares und tonlc-digcstlves fit compounded
I.Alt nusi: AND tiiiioat!
In olllc'i) all ilnys in thu eek
If you want your Ejes nnd Kan. treutpil or1
hm tiielm lltteil riclit (jo'to .Dlt. JOHN I
HHOHT. Oklahoma l"tj j
yflll V PAP Bottling Plant for Mill (lioan
DUUA I Ul c .1 t'rdlrr.Okliihomiit'iir. '
SOMETHING FOR NOTHING
!0c s COVPOU 10 C
av v will be accepted at v
face vatuot'lo centsapplled on any
purchase from THE LION STORE
(Mention this paper) Oklahoma City
AKCIIITECTURAL IRON WORK
LENTALS BEAMS ETC.
Send us your specifications.
N. S. SHERMAN MACHINERY CO.
Oklahoma City. Okla.
Homolrdnstry fcliipi Quick
Tents A-wning Bows
"Warfon Covers &
mid Ocnrral Canvas and Rubber Good Stall
orders kU cu prompt attention; Get onr prices.
(NYIiolnalo and retail.
OKLAHOMA DUCK & RUBBER COMPANY
I2J Firs bt OKLAHOMA CITY O T
I anirOI r.rmuU for V.klnc W.tUat Powder
LHUIC.01 XBc jAKESrEKRYUaiiaArk..iu
..Uf ESTERN LADY $2.00 SHOE." Bsfofi!L
VH) MadeofDnejoft ipeclslIrselectedKlilforlUhtuj.andbettaus. CUnr??iS?R!SH
H llTcbroraolanntJClt(orhetr wr roBiTlTtLT ociriitud OflUCd t HAT WEsH
Consisting of CUTICURA SOAP
to cleanse the skin of crusts and
ficalcs and soften the thickened
cuticle; CUTICURA OINTMENT
to instantly allay itching Irrita-
tion and inflammation and
soothe and heal; and CUTICURA
RESOLVENT PILLS to cool and
cleanse the blood and expel
humour germs. A SINGLE SET
is often sufficient to cure the
most torturing disfiguring skin
scalp and blood humours ecze-
mas rashes itchings and irrita-
tions with loss of hair when
the best physicians and all
other remedies fail.
SoAr (2ic.). to c1dm the ikla of cruiU aod
th thickened cuttclo; Cuticoua Uixtuint (50a.)
Itching Inflammation and Irritation and aootho
and heal; aod Cuticuim. Uesolyent Tills (Sic.) to cool aodcleanso
WEI WE&IBER COM ORI
There is no satisfaction keener
than being dry and comfortabio
when out in the hardest storm.
IP YOU WEAB
MADS IN MACK Oft YELLOW
rt BACKED BY OUR OUAIIAHTE
J.TOWER CO BOSTON. MA3
V3K. YOUB DEALER
If he will not iuo1v sou
for ottr frea cfttaloqog ot qorments tuvl tats.
IS WHAT YOU CAN SAVC
We mako all kinds ot scales.
Alio D.D. Pumps TV"
and Windmills rucu
3cciman Bros. dcsmoincs iowa.
A Sum I. II
KIDDER'S PASTILLES. SWffl'
STOWKLT. CO. or bf mall 33 e'ili
HBBH Cnirleilowa. If u.
The O II rand will Protect your
Htuck from Thl.v. Acent
Tranled. Addrei. l'.S:V Asso-
ciation. Dalla... Tesua.' or
53" Uuooln Kelirnska.
It afflicted with
(Thompson's Ey Watsr
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Shaw, Preston P. Anadarko Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 217, Ed. 1, Friday, May 23, 1902, newspaper, May 23, 1902; Anadarko, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc81832/m1/2/: accessed November 23, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.