The Tangier Citizen. (Tangier, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 21, Ed. 1 Friday, April 6, 1906 Page: 3 of 6
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IMERICAI WOMEM RID RELIEF
Tin Oia6 of Hlu Iron* Crosby la On*
of Thousands of Cures made by Lydia
K. Pink hem's Vegetable Oompound.
Ilow many women realize that
It is not the plan of nature that worn#®
bflould suffer so severely.
Thousands of American women, how-
ever, have found relief from all monthly
Buffering' by taking Lydia K. Plnhhams
Vegetable t'omjwund, as it is the most
thorough female regulator known to
medical science. It cures the condition
which causes so much discomfort aud
robs these periods of their terrors.
Miss Irene Crosby, of 31J Charlton
Street, Last Savannah, Ua., writes:
“ Lydia K Pinkham’eVeKetuhl* Compound
b a true friend to woman. It has bean of
crust h nelit to mo, curing nw of irregular
anl laiuful periods when everything else hod
failed, (Uid I gladly recommend it to other
Women who aro troubled with pain-
ful or irregular periods, backache,
bloating (or flatulence), displacement
of organs, inflammation or ulcerat ion,
that “bearing-down” feeling, dizzi-
ness, faintness, indigestion, nervous
prostration or the blues, should tako
immediate action to ward off the seri-
ous consequences, and be restored to
perfect health and strength by taking
Lydia E. 1‘iukham's Vegetable Com-
pound, and then write to Mrs. Pink-
ham, Lvnn, Mass., for farther free ad-
vice. She is daughter-in-law of Lydia
E. Pinkham and for twenty-five years
has • been advising women free of
charge Thousands have been cured
by so doing.
Positively cured by
these Little Fills.
They also relievo Dis-
tress from Dyspepsia, In-
digestion and Too Hearty
Eating, X perfect rem-
edy tor Dizziness, Nausea,
Drowsiness, Bad Taste
in the Mouth. Coated
Tongue, Pain In the Side,
TORPID LIVER. The*
rHE FINEST PHYSICAL SPECI-
MENS TO BE FOUND.
Samoans Also Intelligent and Indus-
trious—Practically Unspoiled by
Civilization — Amiable and
Apia, Samoa.—It would naturally be
among the ao-called savage races that
one would expect to find physical per-
fection; In civilized communities the
mind la certainly trained at the expense
of the body.
lu the very center of the globe's sur-
face, reckoning with the equator aa u
divisional line between north and south
and the Greenwich notutious east and
west, there lives u race of beings who
have a veritable paradise for home and
very Intelligent minds combined with
almost perfect physique.
The Samoan islands have a climate
that Is conducive to languor and Inac-
tivity. yet Its people are a busy race.
They do not labor during the day so
much, but In the early morning hours
they vie with each other In fishing, row-
ing and all aquatic sports, besides gath-
ering their sustenance from the great
height of the coooanut tree, carrying
huge bunches of banaua^ and count-
less other duties, all calculated to de-
velop fine muscles.
The Samoans have been kept prac-
tically unspoiled by the progress of out
Peruna la Exempt.
The Internal revenue commission
•r hat decided that Pc ru na as non
manufactured it exempt from Internal
The highest medical and pharma
ceutlcal authorities In the United
States have passed upon the product,
it must be highly gratifying to the
many friends of Pe-ru na and the local
commercial world that the product
which has carried Columbus' name
Into all continents, again enjoys the
same fixed status ns any other recog-
nized medicine—Columbus Dispatch.
A fellow brightens up when a girl
turns the gas down.
—that Allcock’s are the original and only
genuine porous plasters; all other so-calleJ
porous plasters aro imitations.
This world could easily get along
without the man who never makes a
A Spring Suggattion I
Take Garfield Tea In the morning or be-
fore retiring; its use insures pure Wood aud
n natural action of the liver, kidneys,
stomach and bowels, it has a beneficial
effect on the eutire system. It is mads
ngvtato tDo Bowels. Purely Vegetable.
SMALL PILL SMALL POSE. SHALL PRICE
Genuine Musi Bear
KANSAS BROW* |
AFPII Also Cane. Ksfllr. Millet.
Macaroni Wheat orWolberl
Vkkmw acta Hsetls. Write for srk»s.1
McBETH t Kimtieow. Parties City. Kansas. [
L no matter how
, bad the weather
afforxl to be
1 OILED SUIT
When you buy
look for the
SIGN OF THE FISH
a j co Boston utA
• CO uTQ TOAQS.TQ CA*
W. L. Douglas
*3= & ’3=' SHOES ffi"
W. L. Douglae S4.00 Cilt Edge Line
cannot be equalled at any price.
vaunted civilization; their Islands He
out of the way of the great thorough-
fares of the world and it is only within
comparatively recent years that any at-
tempt bus been made to utilize their
great natural facilities in a commercial
way. It Is not known just when or In
what manner the islands were first In-
habited, but It is conceded to be a fact
that the Hawuilans, the Samoans and
the Maoris of New Zealand were, In
earlier years, one people occupying the
same islands or group of islands.
It seems Incredible that such peo-
ple with little or no Idea of navigation,
no ships but their long canoes and no
Idea of the geography of the earth’s sur-
face, should have become spread over
such an area of space. The Maoris tell
In all their old legends of their people,
tired of battle among neighboring
tribes, setting forth for new lands, sail-
ing great distances over terrible seas
and finally landing In the lovely land of
New Zealand. As to their prowess on
water It is truly remarkable; far out
at sea, perhaps a hundred miles, you
will pass us you go In the great steamer
that carries one to these lands, little
white-winged canoes flying before the
breeze like some Btrange bird.
Nfelther the Maori nor the Hawaiian
has preserved the free untrammeled life
of the Samoans, and with other labor,
other climate and less natural existence
has come a gradual decline of their
The Samoan youth is In his prime at
18, he Is straight as an arrow, broad of
shoulder, with loose muscles that change
with every position; his color Is a rich
mahogany brown, his features straight
and though perhaps somewhat heavy,
rarely coarse. The hair Is coal black
and lips In great waves, the despair of
the fairer races. Their voices are ex-
ceedingly rich. In song they have the
effect of some deep instrument such a
rich bell-like tone prevails.
The women are beautiful and In per-
fect glory of perfection at 14 or 15 years
of age. Their features are delicate, their
hair black, wavy and very long and
their limbs round and beautiful.
Their lives among themselves is ex-
ceedingly happy, they are very moral,
very kind, generous and thoughtful,
while their dispositions are amicable
and loving as a child.
Into this Paradise the white man
enters as the serpent, Incites a love for
gold and a spirit of calculation anil
rivalry that eats Into the simple mind
If Inevitable, may it be long In com-
ing, that change thafiwill convert these
children of nature Into a sordid reflec
tlon of man’s civilization. .
ANNA H. CLARK.
Respected the Machine,
Delegate Rodney tells how a ranch
man friend of his was amazed at see
ing a linotype machine at work. It
was the first la New Mexico and the
ranchman, after gazing nt it for a
while, said: "Groat Scott! Ain’t
that the most Intelligent machine you
ever saw? Why, It’s plumb human."
FiuaUy, overcome by his admiration,
he took off his hat, made a bow to the
complicated mechanism and said: ”1
surely would admire, Mr. Machine, If
you all would cornu out and take a
drink with me.” _
A CURE FOR DEBILITY
Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills A Rollablo
Remedy for the Weak, Ailino
When the body io wi nk anil the blood
thin it iH sometimes difficult to find the
cause unless a wasting illness 1ms pre-
ceded, or the sufferer happens to be a
girl on the verge of womanhood.
Obscure influences, something nil-
heulthful in one’s surroundings or work,
may lend to n slow impoverishment of
the blood and an eufeeblenieut of the
whole body. When n serious stage lms
been reached there seems to bo nothing
that will account for it.
Mr O. E. Legg, of Tipton, W. Vn.,
hasfonud n successful method of treat-
ing weakness aud bloodlessuess. He
Dr. Pierce’s Favorite Prescript ion
It a powerful, inrignratinc tome, impart
til* health atul etrwuglh in particular j
to the organs distinctly feminine The 1
lucal, womanly health is so Ultimately
related to the general health that when
dweae.w of the delicate womanly organs
»r« cured the whole body gains in health
anil strength. For weak aud sickly
women who are "worn-out,’’ "run-down"
or debilitated, especially for women who
work in store, omen or schoolroom, who
sit at tho typewriter or sewing auchioe,
or bear bear/ household burdens, and for
nursing mothers. Dr. Pierce’i Favorite
Prescription has proven a priceless
benefit because of it* health-restoring
aud streugth-giving powers.
As a soothing and strengthening ner-
vine, "Favorite Prescription" is un-
eqiuilcd and is invaluable In allaying aud
subduing uervous excitability, irritabil-
ity, nervous exhaustion, uc-rvous prostra-
tion, neuralgia, hysteria, spasms, chorea,
or St Vitus’s dauco, and other distressing
nervous symptoms commonly ultcmlunt
upon functional and organio disease of
the womanly organs. It Induces refresh- .
lug sleep aud relieves mental auxlcty and
Cures obstinate ease*. “Favorite Pro-
scription” is a iwsttive cure for the most
complicated and olietlnate cases of "fe-
male weakness,” painful periods, irregu-
larities, prolapsus or falling of the pelvic
organs, weak back, lieuring-elow n sensa-
tions, chronic congestion, iullamiuallou
l)r. Pierce'S medicines aro made from
harmless but elltcient medical root*
found growing in our American forests.
The Indians know of tho marvelous cura-
tive value of some of these roots nnd irn-
purted that knowledge to soon of tho
friendlier whites, and gradually somo of
the more progressive physicians cnuio to
test and uso them, and ever since they
have grown in favor hy reason of their
superior cnratlvo virtues and tholr safe
and harmless qimllties.
Your druggists soli tho "Favonira Prh-
•ckiptiox” and also that famous altera
THE WHOLE LOT
If «• don’t hssd prevsotloo, vs will used • ears. The Old-Mook-Cuf*
St. Jacobs Oil
- - * - _ tm-m ad < rm ■ -/ fittimilar at h#> s nr tv&ins. f rCfTI
is resdr slwsys lor all (arm* cf muscular ichss er pstss. Ircrn
STIFF NECK SPRAIN
• IT CURBS ALIKS TBB WHOLE LOT. ^
NO MORE MUSTARD PLASTERS TO BLISTER
DON r WAIT TILL tms PAIN COMBS-JEEP A’TUBE HANDY
— ----- ---- “LISTiiK THE MOST DBUCATE SKIN
DISFE.NSADLE FOH CH1LDHEN
WILL" NOT DL
IS ALSU IN
ttvo, blood purifier and stomach tonic, tho
“Gulden Mann at. Disiwvebt.” Write
to ltr. Pierce about your case. lie is an
experienced physician und will tiv.it your
case as confidential und without charge
for correspondence. Address him at tho
Invalids' Hotel ami Surgical Institute,
Hildalo, N. V., of which ho is chief con-
High heels don’t affect a person’s
Cicnr white clothes ore a Bign that the
housekeeper uses Red Gross flail fllue.
Large 2 oz. package, 5 cents.
Sometimes It Is what n man duesn t
say that puts others in a hole,
Lewis' Single Hinder straight f>c. You
pay Uk- for cigars not so good Your dealer
or Lewis’ Factory, Peoria. 111.
Many a man who takes off his hat
to the flag will dodge his taxes.
Mrs. XVItislow’s Soothing Syrup.
For chlldmi tot-tlilng, soflens the g'»nw, rcluerr !a
UuumsUuu, allay. pain, cures wind colic, use u huiiiu.
VASELINE CAMPHOR ICE
SUPERIOR TO ANYTHING IN USE FOR, CHAPPED HANDS
Und LIF3 AND TO ALLAY ALL IRRITATION OF THR
SKIN. A SOVEREIGN UEMfcOY FOH SUN-BURM
551'MKr ffi.* SJkAW't® S
WELL KNOWN PREPARATIONS CAN BE OBTAINED tKOM
DRUGGISTS AND DEALER’.. OR WILL SUNO BY MAIL
ON RE’CEIPT OF 15 CENTS IN MONEY OR STAMPS,
EXCEPTING CAMPHOR ICE. FOR WHICH SEND TFN CANT’S
CHESEBKOUGH MFG. CO.. 17 State Street. NEW YORK
I need Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills for
weakness caused by a lingering malarial
fever that began in the spring of 18116.
The worst effects of this were indiges-
tion and a hud state of uiy blood. I was
auteinic, us the doctors say. People
generally would say that I didn’t have
blood enough, or that I didn’t have the
right kind of blood ; mine was too thin.
My kidnevs mid liver were out of order.
I was badly annoyed by aour risings
from my stomach. There was a good
deal of paiu, too, in my back and under
uty right shoulder blnae.”
“ How long did these trouble* Inst? ”
“For over two years. For four
mouths of that time I was nuder the
care of a physician, hut his medicine did
nte no good. Meanwhile I learned of
the cures that Dad been wrought fly Dr.
"You owo your cure to these puls?
“ I certainly do, ami I also kuow that
they are helping others to whom I have
recommended them. They have real
merit and I know ofjiotliiug that would
take their place.”
For further information and valuable
booklet address the Dr. William* Medi-
cine Co.,Schenectady, N. Y.
A Fireman 72 Years Ofd.
Daniel Johnson, who Is 72 years
old, ha3 been chosen president of the
Mechanics’ Fire Company of Waynes-
boro, Pa., and the company will issue
a challenge to any fire company in
the state to produce an older fireman.
Johnson has been a member of the
company fifty years. _
Doctors Work in Shifts,
Physicians in Germany propose to
divide the day and night between
them. They object to being subject to
the call of their patients at any hour
of the twenty-four. The patient Is
not to be left in the lurch, however.
His opportunity to spend his money
on medical attendance is not to be
curtailed. The German doctors pro
pose, as a matter of simple justice to
themselves, a day of twelve hours.
This means night and day shifts,
and as doctors need rest the same
as all other human beings, and can
do their Lest work only when they
have it, the change proposed seems to
be as clearly in the lay Interest as In
that of the profession._
Joke on Cannon.
Somebody played a Joke on Speak-
er Cannon one day last week and
"Uncle Joe” 1b looking for the perpe-
trator. When the speaker sat down
at Ills desk he found a slip of paper
asking him to call up No. so-und-so
on the ’phone. He did as requested,
Haying: "Do you want me?" "I
don’t know," came back the answer.
Well, I haven’t time to be fooling
around here; do you want me?” in-
sisted the speaker. "Who are you,
any way?" "This is the government
hospital for the insane," was the reply.
"If you think you ought to be here,’
why come along.”
Farm for tho Poor.
Bolton Hall, philanthropist, lawyer,
sociologist and tax reformer, prompt-
ed by the good results that have at-
tended his experiments In Philadel-
phia and other cities, is preparing to
open a farm for the poor near New
Hew York city on the same II.. .j that
have met with success elsewhere. By
arrangement with the Astor estate
he has secured control of n farm ad-
joining the Morris park race track
nnd will use It for the purpose be has
JULY 6. I»7«
tlfl nnn RERARD to inyM, who CAS
vlU|UUII disprove thu statomont.
HI s»«M take you Into my three targe factories
•t Brock tod, Mats , and show you the Infinite
care with which every naif Ol shoe* Itmmtt.you
r*iM realize why W, L. innig!.** W.SO »tT*T
... Me•»!., (!••; e;!d then I’.i.
lit better, weer longer, and ere ol greeter
Intrinsic \ slue than any other $3.50 shoe.
ML L. Douglmm 31-eng Wade BApee for
Mon. 32.30, SX.OO. Boyo’School X
Or,Mi Shoes. $2. BO. 92. SI. ?Wf. BO
CAUTION.—insist upon haviuK " l .lX'iig-
lns shoes. Tako no substitute. None genuine
without hie imme aud price stamped on bottom.
fail Color Euetcts used; fArt/ will not wear brotby.
Wrlto for Illustrated Catalog.
VV. I„ KOKil.AS, Brockton, Mass.
For Icy Streets.
Knlcker—How do yon get along this
Chauffeur— Easy; Just hitch a sled
j under the auto, so I can watch It all
! the time.—N. Y. Sun.
rBy the Oven Fire
Put the wonderful KC Bak-
ing Powder to the test. Get a
can on approval. Your money
will be returned if you don’t
II agree that all we claim is true.
You’ll be delighted with the de-
licious, wholesome things that
W Vf POWDER
will bring to life in your oven.
. J KC Baking Powder is two-
thirds cheaper and makes nurer,
|V Jh,S55' td| better, more healthful food than
other powders anywhere near
K C Quality. 25 ounces
K C Quality. 25 ounces for
25 cents. Qct it to-day I
JAQUES MFG. CO.
K*nd a postal for
“Kook of 1‘runouts."
“SSfclSH \ Thomjuofl'* Ejt Water
Write Bathos Bickford, rid T Bt. Weahleetn. D. 0.
MOTHER ORA Y’S
HIOH GRADE INVESTMENT.
We offer to a Halted maoibor of BMbocrlber#
treasury stock of amull deaenlaatlon on a
guaranteed profit plan. TkU will moan lo
you not only snfe principal, but sure divi-
dend* out of the earning*. Oct these fuctn,
full particulars und details by returu mail.
A postal will briny them. Make your
money make you money. Not 3 per ccut.,
but large profits.
Kefkhenci -Hlbcrnis Hank & Trust Co., j
Third National Bank. St. Louis, Mo.
Address America* Hire Packiku Co.. 208
South Commercial Street, St. Louis, Mo.
TWEITY-FIVE BUSHELS OF
MEET TO TIE SUE ’
Moans a pro-
This on land which baa «o*t the farmer noth-
ing but the prior of tilling It, telle lu own
The Canadian Government glvei absolutely
free to every eettler 1*0 aorea of such land.
Lands adjoining can be purchased nt from •
to $10 per acre from railroad and other corpor
Already 175,000 tanner* from the Dotted
States have made their home* in Canada.
For pamphlet "Twentieth Century Canada-
an.l all Information apply to Supt. of Immigra-
tion, Ottawa, Canada, or to following authorized
ConniHnn Government Agent—J. S. Crawford.
No. 183 W. Ninth Street, Kansas City, Missouri.
. (Moulton this paper.)
W. N. U.—WICHITA—No. 14—190$
When Answering Advertisements
Kindly Mention This Paper.
Honor for a Nurse.
Hannah Riddell, an English mis-
sionary at work among the lepers of
Japan, has just received the Order of
the Blue Ribbon from the emperor
and her request for better care of the
lepers by the government is to be
dealt with by the diet now.In session.
’’LEADER” AND “REPEATER’’ SHOTGUN SHELLS
Carefully inspected shells, the best of powder,
shot and wadding, loaded by machines which
give invariable results account for the superior-
ity of Winchester “Leader” and “Repeater”
Factory Loaded Smokeless Powder - Shells.
Reliability, velocity, pattern and penetration
are determined by scientific hpparatua
and practical experiments. They are
THE SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS SHOOT
la Creole Will Restore those Gray Hairs
’ Ld Creole Hotii Remoter is a Perfect Dressing And Nesiorer Price $ I 00
To the Point.
Pretty Daughter—Mamma, #dld you
hear what George said to me to-night’
Anxious Mother—No, dear; but 1
hope It was apropos.
Pretty Daughter—It was more than
that. It was a-propi sal.—Chicago
A Peace Offering.
’’Off, mamma, won’t you buy a new
dress for my doll?"
"But why, child?"
"Yesterday I quarreled with her, and
to-day we’ve made It up, and now 1
must give her a new dress!”—UoyaL
**I had dumb chills and fever,'’ writes Edna Rutherford, of Atlanta, Tex^ “and suf-
fered more than I can teH. I tried all the medicines I could think of and four doctors,
but nothing helped until I began to take
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