The Mountain Park Herald (Mountain Park, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 39, Ed. 1 Friday, October 1, 1909 Page: 4 of 8
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bop* for wot
operation. I k*p>
taking Lydia £.
M* Compound, and
1 can now any I am
a well woman.**
N«w stats worm*
Tk* omwcil of Maria* ha* ordered
lb* staking of a dang «dl to enppie-
moot (A* Uiinwti water aeppt> of
raw lor A<
*4 far aajr
bad the )o«
(bat baa bo
at daatb |
“Well. Miranda. thefT* fouad the
iba daatb raaard raaeblac only Ngb- __.
■ay! Where did tbey tod Itr
District Jadca W. N. Mabea of HUMOR BURNED ANO ITCHED,
Pottawatomie eaaaty. under auapea-
aiao pending trial on grand Jury In-
dieemeate charging tba acceptance
of bribe* baa forwarded hi* resigna-
tion to Governor askell from Sham-
___an Hand, Anna, Ufa and
Fee# -It Waa bamatbing Tarribta.
Complete Cara by CaHanra.
Chicago, I1L — “I want woman to
know what that wonderful medicine.
Lydia K. Plnkham’a Yegotabis Com
boom, baa dona for me- Two of tba
beat doctors in Chicago aaid I would
dio if I did not bars au operation, and
1 neear thought of aceltig a wen day
agda I hada amall tumor and feme)*
troubles ao that 1 suffered day and
right. A friend recommended Lydia
ir ptnkham’a Vaaetable Compound,
and it made asa wall woman^Sra
Ainu Bnauw* U Langdoa 8t.
Uon, and nereone prostration It coats
anppnr, the aUa* aod same*
an4 MeMao ■»■■■*!»■» that tee.
tar* the tlrttm at ttw teoofclea
naU wfeea yea nr HI TTi
rtn la the Seem •» a eel**,
•wr te a**lr, *a* bea will
ewe* lb* owst *b*Haal* rter. It
tan* r*ar matp win b* daw
fatly rattan**. That** *ar
pl»aa* *t r—**»*«•». ear gaar.
aal*» that ■VIST'S Cl UK wtU
Mr. a h*>
At All Drug Store*
a A Mcnaaa* aiotcmi *•..
Tba city oosaeil of Wapouekn has
awarded tba contract of its wsior aad
light plasts, tba Iowa haring recently
voted a W.000 bead iatne for the Im
pror*ment. Instead at building a
■ across tba nncarum dandy, a
well SI fact la diamstar will b* sunk
for tba water supply.
Dillon C. 'Looter. ami ■lint atdto
printer, an Bounces that h«* will be a
democratic caadldato lor aUte print-
er east year. Clint Wsrrai will aot
b* a caadidate.
Architect! Smith aad Carr of lie-
Ale*ter bar* drawn the plans tar the
tlM.oa* building for the Girl's Indus-
trial school located at Chlckaaha.
J. W. Ksysar. edit at of tk* Morn-
ing Journal at Chlckatha was mar-
ried last weak in Wichita. Kansas
to Miss Grace E. Murdock, dangktor
of John R. Murckle. a prominent
Kansas City attoraer.
Professor Evert Rhode*, who re-
cently was gradaated from the North
western state normal at Alva ban bean
elected superintendent of city schools
“About flftsoa or etgbtera years
ago ecaama developed oa top of my
hand. It bmrnod and Itched so much
that 1 was compelled to show It to a
doctor. Ho pronounced It ringworm.
After trying hla different remedies the
disease laeraaaad and went up my
arm* aad to my lags and finally on my
face. Tba buratag was something
terrible, t went to another doctor who
had tba reputation of being tho best
la town. He told mo It was ecsetaa.
Hla medicine cheeked, the advance of
the die****, but no farther. I dually
rand ad ed to try th* CuUcura Reme-
dies and found relief tn the drat trial.
I continued until I was completely
cured from the disease, aad I have
aot been troubled since. C. Burkhart,
IM W. Market St, Chambersburg. P*..
■apt. 1*. IMS."
Pans* One a can,. Cm*, m ms*. Mu
Boa Its ttsry.
“Before ho went fishing, said the
tow* story-teller. he swallowed
’bout a plat an' half of snakebite r
edy, an' of course you know whnt that
la* Well, after the snake bit him.
the reptile cut nil sorts o' capera, base
the remedy went straight to Ita head.
Last thing It tried to do wuz to swal-
ler Ita tail, an' it got Itself In the form
of n hoop, an' I'm a liar ef the chil-
dren didn't roll It around all day!"—
By a vote of more than two to one.
Enid adopted the new charter recent-
ly drafted by a board of frec-holders
embodying the commission form of
State Superintendent Cameron last
week received word of the death at
Sulphur, n member of the Southwest
Normal school. Mr. Campbell fell
from a car which was being unloaded
ar.d the whoela paased over him, cut-
ting off his head.
30 ft. Bowela—
Biggest organ of the body—the
bowels and the most important—
It's got to be looked after—neglect
means suffering and year* of
misery. CASCARBTS help
nature keep every part of yonr
bowela dean and strong—then
they act right—means health to
yonr whole body. «i
Speaker Ben Wilton of tho Sec-
ond Oklahoma legislature and A. E.
Phillips of Yukon headed a delegation
In Guthrie last week from Canadian
county to lobby for the location of a
secondary agricultural school In the
riclnlty of Yukon.
On the petition of Hilton. Tows
creditors, the Ardmore Traction com
pany was placed In the hands of a
receiver, C. L. Byrne, president of the
company was named as receiver and
the lines mill b# oparstsd as formerly.
OLD SORES CURED
The Mid Continent Oil company will
have three hundred crude and refined
simples and a car of fuel oil. which
*111 b* used Ui running machinery at
the Oklahoma state fair.
They Didn’t Hava ta Chang*.
During the years In which our pure
food lairs have been put Into effort
there baa been a great hurrying and
scurrying on the part of the food man-
ufacturers to change their methods to
make them conform to the law.
Tho Quaker Oats Company la a con
apicuoua exception. It was admitted
that Quaker Oat* was as pure and
clean aa possible and that It was an
It la ao cheap that any one can af-
ford It and ao nourishing that every
one needs M. The result of last year's
experiments at Yale and other points
where food values were tested la that
Quaker Oats has been adopted by
many persons as their food on which
they rely for adding vigor and endur-
ance of muscle and brain.
This splendid food Is packed in three
ways—regular else, large size family
package and hermetically scaled lint)
The latter especially adapted to hot
Bh* Took a Pair.
“IIow much are these shoes?" asked
the lady who had ibe reputation ol
being a keen sbo|>|ier
"Those shoes arc not for sale,' re-
plied the salesman, who bad tome
thing of n reputation, too; "we're giv-
ing them away with every pair of
shoe laces at 13.50."—Judge.
Tba devil likes to bear the preach
log that would make It appear that
God bate* a stall" .
At the attorney general’s office tu
Guthrie a statement was given out
denying the report seat out f.W i
Saawnee to the effect that Attorney
General Charles West would drop
further prosecutlolu of former Olitrlct
Judge V.\ N. Maben on account ot | it tuned and gotng.
the latter having retimed from office
/ - me delicious
/ 'flavor of real mint
«i leaves is fine for
• teeth- finer yet
nri tor pound
auntauy wall coating, to
guaranteed to cover more
wall surface than any hot
or cold water lcatooroine.
Buy only in package*
The SunHanrVUl Canting
AISbasNaete asllsMs As *M sa eUrtseef
waits, *n4 tSUiis bftek or esms
Slit nUas Is*a sletartee aswSsr re*4»
I, mis with SfM watsr as* rasir »™
s wall kntsh.
non acres of irrigated Government Land
in Arkansas Vslley. Colorado will l*
tlirownapenforlettlemafltOctober it. 1909
under the Csrer Act Opportunity to get
sn irrigated farm at low cost on easy pay-
ments. Only short residence required
Send for book giving full information
Te* Butts* Irrlgztisn snd Rtstrvsir Csstpssy
lOWffST pmett. -BASV OAVMgNT*.
You cannot afford to experiment with
Untried goods fold by cocunimioa
S^ente. Catalogues free.
tngMCelesare It. MU.KANSAS CITY. M<V
Cheap Home* for the Niltioa
Kansas City Southern Rjr.
In Missouri. Arkansas, Oklahoma, Tessa
Wrlio for copy ot * l urrrnt Evtau *
Gulf CohM hni'h etc-, to
r.e. ROC MAIL UodCeimn MfsMf.KC LRy.
KANSAS CITY. VO
If Your Eye* Bother You
get * box of PETTIT'S EYE SALVE, old
reliable, met iuvre*,ful eve remedy nude
All druggists or Uow«idOro,..B<iffu!o.N Y
Don't hang yonr harp on tho Wil-
lett’s, no matter what happens. Keep
Just Lather snd Bhara
NO 8TROPPINC NO HONING
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IIFUME STAMM &PiSS?
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Rhodyback, Vernon L. The Mountain Park Herald (Mountain Park, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 39, Ed. 1 Friday, October 1, 1909, newspaper, October 1, 1909; Mountain Park, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc853508/m1/4/: accessed October 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.