The Mountain Park Lance. (Mountain Park, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 5, 1905 Page: 2 of 6
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Learning a Boy’s Ago
While (he agent was selling farm
machinery at the house the friend at
the gate held his horse, and a conver-
sation took place with the small hoy
of the family.
With great incredulity he was say-
ing: “Are you sure you arc only nine
years old? I think there must bo some'
The boy was positive, but to make
sure: "Ma," ho called, “ain’t I just
nine years old?”
After a timo he ventured: "Say,
mister, what made you think I was
more than nine years old?"
"Why,” nnld the stranger, “I could
not understand how you could get so
dirty In nine years.”
Tho first step toward curing a croo-
ed world will be to straighten your
Lest you forget, again we say,
Cheatham's Laxative Tablets are
guaranteed to cure colds.
Wet bathing suits are much more
effective than dry ones in serving
To the housowi?o who hits not yet
heroin*- acquainted with the new things
of everyday use in the market and
who is reasonably satisfied with the
old. we would suggest that a trial of
Defiance Cold Water Starch be mnde
at once. Not alone because It Is guar-
anteed by the manufacturers to be su-
perior to any other brand, but because
each 10c package contains ill ozs.,
while all the other kinds contain but
12 ozs. It Is safe to say that the lady
who once uses Defiance Starch will use
no other. Quality and Quantity must
Why the Dog Wailed
Oplo Hcid and a traveling male W’ho
were filling engagements for an en-
tertainment bureau one day were
standing on a railway station platform
in Texas, waiting for n train.
A negro hov came out as soon as
the train signaled and began ringing
. a bell to attract customers to the
*^^U’ating house. A lank dog tlint had
^^followed howled lugubriously nt the
ringing of the hell. Tho hoy gave
the dog a look of ineffable contempt
once or twice, hut the sad-voiced ani-
mal continued his howl. Finally the
“Whut’s de matiall wld you dog9
Yon donn haftcr cat heah."
Summer heat trouble has many
symptoms of the first love affair, with
no lasting effects.
The World’s Greatest Skin Soap—The
Standard of livery Nation of
Millions of the world’s best people
ine Cutlcuia Soap, assisted by Call-
cura Ointment, the purest and sweet-
est of eniolicnt skin cures, tor preserv-
ing. purifying ami beautifying the
skin, for cleansing the scalp of crusts,
scales and dandruff, and the stopping
of failing hnir, for softening, whiten-
ing and soothing red, rough nud sore
hands, for baby rashes, Rollings and
clialmgs. and many sanative, antisep-
tic purposes which readily suggest
themselves to women, especially
mothers, as well ns for all the pur-
poses of tho toilet, hath and nursery
Juat Why He Is a Tramp
Charitable Old Lady—lint why do
you go tramping through the country
like this, my poor man?
The Vagrant Well. mum. the truth
is. I've heard that those 'ere Pullman
cars i* rather stuffy. The Glasgow
Save Your Lungs.
Don't neglect that rough. One pair
of lungs is nil you'll over have treat
thorn well. Simmons' Cough Syrup
will joothe and strengthen them, slop
the cough and give you a chance tr
sleep in peace.
A man's asceut amongst tho livit *
counts tor more than his descent from
IN MEMORY OF PATRIOT.
Quaint Monument Over Grave of Sol-
dier of Washington.
In the old burying ground surround-
ing the Memorial library at Foxboro,
Mass., amid old slabs of slate which
mark the graves of known and un-
known heroes of more than one war,
Is an ancient and quaint monument
that arouses the curiosity of strang
It Is known as the Howe monument
and according to the inscriptions upon
SISTEBS OF CHARITY
Uses Pe-ru-na for Goughs, Colds, Grip and
Catarrh—A Congressman’s Letter.
It was erected to the memory of Za-
dock Howe by his friend. Dr. N. Mil
Zadock Howe was a revolutionary
soldier who went out from Foxborc
and who was said to have been on th«
body giuml of Gen. Washington.
LittM^ras been preserved of his per
sonal record, but that he was a gal
lant fighter for his country Is gener
The monument is also Inscribed
* To those who view before you'rt
gone, be pleased to put the cover on.’
The cover referred to is an urn which
surmounts the stone and which, fast
enod by long, cumbersome hooks
swings open, and discloses a slate tab
let Inscribed, “The grave is waiting
for your body, and Christ is waiting
for your soul; O niRy this be youi
cheerful study to be prepared whey
death do call."
Tho granite capstone was wrought
by Mr. Howe in 1810. He died iu
1819. It was repaired by his son. Dr.
/. Howe, in 1841. and the whole af-
fair was repaired by tho town's ceo
tcnuial committee in 1878.
Who Can Do It?
Divide this Into four parts of the
«*amo shape cud size in such a way
that there will he In the first part a
hl.ick doll und table, In the second a
white doll and table, in the third a
white l-.er e n i hall, and in the
fo’i iii a hi’ ok hi isc and ball.
In every country of the civilized
■world Sisters of Charity are known.
Not only do they minister to the spir-
itual and intellectual needs of the
charges comihitted to tueir care, but
they also minister to their bodily
With so many 'children to take care
of and to protect from climate and
disease, these wise and prudent Sla-
ters have found Peruna a never fail-
Dr. Hartman receives many letters
from Catholic Sisters from all over
the United States. A recommend re-
cently received from a Catholic Insti-
tution in Detroit, Mich., reads as fol-
Or. S. B. Hartmaa, Columbua, Ohio:
Dear Sin ‘‘The young girl who used
tha Peruna waa Buffering from laryn-
gltle and toaa of voice. The reault of
the treatment waa moat aatlafactory.
She found great relief, and after
further uae of the medicine we hope
to ho able to aay ahe la entirely cured."
—Siatera of Charity.
The young girl was under the care
of the Sisters of Charity and used
Peruna for catarrh of the throat with
good results as the above letter testi-
Send to Tho Peruna Medicine Co.,
Columbus, Ohio, for a free book writ-
ten by Dr. Hartmaa.
The following letter Is from Con-
gressman Meeklson, of Napoleon,
The Peruna Medicine Co., Colum-
have used sev-
eral bottles of
Peruna, and feel
ed thereby from
my catarrh of
the head, and
to believe that
its conti n u e d
use will fully eradicate a disease of
thirty years’ standing."—David Meek-
Dr. Hartman, one of the best known
physicians and surgeons In the Unit?
ed States, was the first man to form-
ulate Peruna. It was through his
genius and perseverance that It was
Introduced to the medical profession
of this country.
If you do not derive prompt and
satisfactory results from the use of
Peruna, write at once to Dr. Hart-
man, giving a full statement of your
case, and he will be pleased to give
you his valuable advice gratis.
Address Dr, Hartman, President df
The Hartman Sanitarium, Colum-
II\I.»I)VV0I!K MAM SSIII I.IOIMS
rfV" Ml Alt AN
(limn ior'° \( in '*\\\m "■ m w\\\ \m
HIM Mllinm IVl-A IIMMIM
Rim it i\ HARD
Phejcant Visits Chickens.
A r 11 was recently seen a-none
c 'lit lens on a Groat Inurirgior
It:', i Lc n,' r];ron.Jod ho bin*
i > tic woo s m tlic h m vicinity
1 h.. net been teen since.
6010. SU VIS, MCSIL AND COPPfS PUIM6
WAND l SON, OKLAHOMA CITY.
^ PISO'S CU R E FOR
n*tt Coujh rt:. *T >rh.J*'t's*
. . unmarried nit<n, between age* of 2t and
B.\; citizen* of United Htatn*. of good character
and temperate hiibits. \\ hocau -peak, rand and
write Knglish. Fur inttu mntt >n apply to Re-
crui---- - ** ‘ ....... '
nee or Outhrie. Okla
write Knali-h. For intoimntt>n apply to Be-
eruitina Oftieer, Pont tilth i- buildiiw. Oklahoma
City. Okla.. or Tul»a, Ind. ier.. En*«l. Shaw-
nee or Outhrie. Okla
W. N- U —Oklahoma City—No. 1. 1905
BEGGS CHERRY COUGH
SYRUP cures coughs and colds.
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Everton, H. G. The Mountain Park Lance. (Mountain Park, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 5, 1905, newspaper, January 5, 1905; Mountain Park, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc853598/m1/2/: accessed August 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.