The Okarche Times. (Okarche, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, June 28, 1912 Page: 3 of 8
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Freed From Shooting Pains,
Spinal Weakness, Dizziness,
by Lydia E. Pinkham’s
Ottumwa, Iowa.-“For years I was
almost a constant sufferer from female
trouble in all its |
shooting pains all j
over my body, sick j
weakness, dizziness, [
depression, and j
everything that was 1
-smv. horrid. 1 tried many
V doctors in different
i\ parts 0f the United
States, but Lydia E.
- Pinkham’s Vegeta-
ble Compound has done more for me than
all the doctors. I feel it my duty to tell
you these facts. My heart is full of
gratitude to Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vege-
table Compound for my health.”—Mrs,
Harriet E. Wampler, 524 S. Ransom
Street, Ottumwa, Iowa.
Consider Well This Advice.
No woman Buffering from any form
of female troubles should lose hope un-
til she has given Lydia E. Pinkham’s
Vegetable Compound a fair trial.
This famous remedy, the medicinal in-
gredients of which are derived from
native roots and herbs, has for nearly
forty years proved to be a most valua-
ble tonic and invigorator of the fe-
male organism. Women everywhere
bear willing testimony to the wonderful
virtue of Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegeta-
If you want special advice write to
Lydia E. Piiikliain Medicine Co. (confi-
dential) Lynn, Mass. Your letter will
be opened, read and answered by a
woman and held in strict cunlldeuce.
JOHN L. THOMPSON S>N» 4CO,.. Troy. V V
LANDLORD KNEW THE GAME
Spared His Tenant the Enumeration
of the Time-Honored and
“I* have called to collect the rent,
said the landlord.
“Yes," replied the lady of the house,
“come in. Now, tiefore I give you
the money this month, I—”
“Just a minutfe, madam,” said the
landlord. "I can save time for you.
I know the parlor isn’t fit for a pig
to live in. the dining room wall paper
is a shock to people of refinement, the
kitchen walls are a‘disgrace, and the
bark porch is a menace to life and
limb. I'm also aware that you won t
stay here another month unless the
barber-shop wallpaper in the back bed-
room Is changed to something In a
delicate pink, and I’m next to the fact
that you’re ashamed to have people
look at such gas fixtures as I have
provided. I’m going td paint the front
and back porches and let it go at
“Thank you very much,” said the
lady m. < l;!y "You have saved me a
lot'’of trouble. That is all we really
expected to have done, but t was
afraid ttiat I should have to make the
same old bluff to get that much out
of you."—Detroit Free Press.
FORM NEW PARTY
ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING OF FOL-
PLANS LAID FOR ORGANIZATION
IN EVERY STATE
“Thou Shalt Not Steal" Will be Slogan
of New Party, Says Roosevelt in
Speech—Will Organize In All
Chicago.—Former President Theo-
dore Roosevelt was nominated for
president on an independent ticket
late Saturday night In the dying hours
of the Republican national convention
In which he had met defeat.
The followers of Colonel Roosevelt
gathered In Orchestra Hall, less than
a mile from the Coliseum and pledged
"Do you think Hiffels will ever
reach a green old age?"
"He surely will, If he lives long
enough and doesn’t know more then
than he does now."
Now Gets Along Without It.
A physician says: “Until last fall 1
used to oat meat for my breakfast and
suffered with indigestion until the
meat had passed from the stomach.
“Last fall 1 began the use of Grape-
Nuts for breakfast and very soon
found I could do without meat, fur my
body got a if tlie nourishment ic • ••<-
sary from the Grape-Nuts and since
then I have not had any Indigestion
and am feeling better and have in-
creased In weight.
“Since finding the -benefit I d- r v I
from Grape-Nuts I have prescribed the
food for all my patients suffering from
Indigestion or over-feeding and also
for those recovering from disease
where I want a food easy to take and
certain to digest and which will not
overtax the stomach.
"I always find the results I look for j
when I prescribe Grape-Nuts. For
ethical reasons please omit my name."
Name given itv mall by Postum Co,,
Hattie Creek, Mich. '
The reason for the wonderful
amount of nutriment, nnd -tie easy
digestion of Grape-Nuts Is not hard to
In the first place, the starchy part
of the wheat nnd barley goes through
various processes of cooking, to per-
fectly change the starch Into dextrose
or grape-Btignr. in which state It Is
ready to be easily absorbed by the
The parts In the wheat and barley
which Nnture oan make use of for re-
building brnln and nerve centers are
retained In this remarkable food, nnd
thus the human body Is supplied w ith
the powerful strength producers so
easily noticed after one has oaten
Grape Nuts each dny for a week or
"There's a reason " and It Is ex
plained In the little book. “The Hoad
to Vellvllle," In pkgs
fr,er resit thf nheve letter? A new
one npnenre front time to time. They
lire genuine, true, soil rail of buiuua
tlieir support to the former president.
In accepting the nomination, Col.
Roosevelt appealed to the people of
all sections, regardless ot party afilili-
ations, m stand wKh the
the. new party, one of whose cardi-
nal principles, he said, was to be
“Thou shalt not steal.'
At a later lime, probably early in
August? it is Intended that a national
! convention shall be held,
j The formal nomination of Col.
! Roosevelt was said Jo he chiefly for
: the purpose of 'effecting a temporary
; organization. Beginning tomorrow
when a call is to be issued for a state
convention in Illinois, the work of
: organization will be pushed forward
rapidly.' state by s' ate
Col. Roosevelt, in accepting tht
I nomination, said be did so on Hie
understanding that he would willingly
; Biep aside if ii shfiuld be the desire
of the new pnrtv. when organised, to
Belect another standard bearer
Within 24 hours nfter the nomina-
tion of Colonel Roosevelt, a call was
1 issued for an Illinois convention of
Roosevelt supporters, at which a state
organization will be formed. Medil!
McCormick of Chicago said that calls
i in other states would he issued in
rapid succession anti that within a
few weeks the independent. party
would be organized in every section
of the country.
In states In which Hie organizations
are opposed to Colonel Roosevelt, it
is planned to name entire new tickets,
probably under the emblem < ! the
The method of operation
various states is stiil to b*>
upon, in such cases .the li<
candidate for state end nut
tices, with exception of preshh
vice-president, will bo indorse!
the idea of preserving tin* st.
publican organizations which
sympathy with *<<• Hon •vl'
In such cases an effort will b
to pledge th» delegates for »
to vote for Roosevelt without
. to the Republican national »
i Success of Tent Scheme Last Sum-
mer So Pronounced That It
Will Be Repeated.
Mothers of little babies that suffered
much from the intense heat in the
early part of July last summer will be
Interested in the success of the "baby
tent” scheme adopted in some of the
The tents are placed on flat roofs of
tall buildings and in open lots, with
sight little cradles or cots in each
rent. When all was ready mothers
I of babies under two years were invited
to leave them at the nearest available
tent over night, so that the young-
sters, in addition to enjoying the privi-
lege of sleeping out of doors, could
also receive the attention of trained
nurses and doctors free.
Some of the tents have a perforated
iron pi re extending along the ridge
pole and connected with the city water
supply. On very hot nights the water
was turned on and allowed to stream
down over the canvas. Ry evapora-
tion it greatly reduced the tempera-
ture Inside the tents. Some of the
; tents were also kept cool by the use
of large blocks of ice in tubs before
1 the entrance. Electric fans blew the
cold air from the ice into the tents
sufficiently to keep the babies comfort-
This Is the wav some of the poor
babies arc* being cared for, but the i
ideas could be utilized by any one who
had the welf .e of the baby at heart.
BURNING ITCH WAS CURED
“I deem it my duty to tell about a
cure that the Cuticura Soap and Oint-
ment have made on myself. My trou-
ble began in splotches breaking out
right In the edge of my hair on tho
forehead, and spread over the front
part of the top of my head from ear to
ear, and over my ears which caused a
most fearful burning itch, or eczema.
"For three years I had this terrible
breaking out on my forehead and
scalp. I tried our family doctor and
be failed to cure it. Then I tried the
Cuticura Soap and Ointment and used
them for two months with the result
of a complete cure. Cuticura Soap
and Ointment should have the credit 1
due, and 1 have advised a lot of peo- 1
pie to use them.” (Signed) C. D.
Tharrington, Creek, N. C., Jan. 26,1911. [
Itching Scalp—Hair Fell Out.
"1 will say that 1 have been suffer-
! lng with an itching on my scalp for
the past few years. My hair fell out
In spots all over my head. My scalp
started to trouble me with sores, then
the sores healed up, and crusts
formed on the top. Then the hair fell
*out and left me three bald spots the
shape of a half dollar. 1 went to more
than one doctor, but could not get any
relief, so 1 started to use the Cuticura
Remedies. I tried one bar of Cuticura
Scap and some Cuticura Ointmeut,
and felt relieved right away. Now the
Children Cry for Fletcher’s
| ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT
simila ling ihc Food anil Rcgtila
ling the Stomadis anlilowlsol
ness and Rest.ContaIns neiiltcr
Opium .Morphine nor Mineral.
jUx. Strum *
A use bed *
ftporrminf - _
10 iark>M..s. Sjda*
h’a-‘Ti Sttd -
Ctr.'tfltd Sir*t •
Anerfert Remedy forCOnstlpa-
Hon. Sour Stomacli.Ularrtaa
Worms .Convulsions .reverts#
ness audLosS OF SlLEP.
Facsimile Signature uT
Tho Kind You Have Always Bought, and which lias been
in uso lor over 30 years, has borne tho signature ol
_* — and has been made under his per-
SV sonal supervision since its infancy.
Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and “Just-as-good” are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Caatorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare-
goric, Props and Soothing Syrups, it is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Nnreotlo
substance. Its age is Its guarantee, it destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness, it cures Diarrhcea and v\ jml
Colic. Ii relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
nnd Flatulency. It assimilates tl.e Food, regulates tho
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children’s Panacea—Tho Mother’s Trlend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
i Bears the Signature of
WENT BACK ON THE SHELVES
Crowning Insult to His Beloved Books
Was More Than the Professor
Perhaps the bitterest moment In the
life of a lover of books is when he
finds that his treasures are valued by
no one hut himself. Tile lute Prof.
, ('burton Collins once tried to weed
out his books, after he had become
convinced that either the surplus or
tlieir owner would liav. to move out
) of the library.
| The weeding was a painful process,
| hut at last* the second-hand book-deal-
er was invited to name his price for
the uprooted "weeds." “They re no
j good to me,” was the disconcerting re-
"What, none of them.”
“No. not one."
Some one suggested that as the
| books had to go, tile dealer had bet-
ter have them for nothing. It was a
I hitter moment for Mr. Collins, but
and felt relieved right away. Now the I finally he ass< nted The man then ri-
bald spots have disappeared, and my "marked:
hair has grown, thanks to the Cuti-^ Ti:afH ()e half a dollar.” •
cura Soap and Ointment. I highly j “What do you mean? What for?''
recommend the Cuticura Remedies to exc|ajmc(] the victim in a restrained
all that are suffering with scalp trou- j (onp Qf vojc(v
bit.” (Signed) Samuel Stern, 230 j - To take them away,” said the man.
Floyd St., Brooklyn, N. Y„ Feb. 7, j
1911. Although Cuticura Soap and
Ointment are sold by druggists znd
dealers everywhere, a sample of each,
with 32-page book, will be mailed
free on application to "Cuticura,
Dept. L, Bosi on.
Hi, Mistake. *
Gertie—Angry with him ? Why, he
wrote a lovely poem to her.
Rose—Yes, but she never read it
She tore the whole thing up in a lit of
anger He called It "Lines on Mabel s
That was too much for Mr Collins
The dealer was driven fortli with oh- I
Jurgations. after which, with a sigh of
relief, the owner replaced the hooks
upon his shelves Youth's Companion
The First Consideration.
At St Andrews some years ago an
old farmer and his plowman were
carting sand from the seashore They
were behind the target on the rllle-
range, but hidden by a bank of sand
from a party of volunteers, who were
then on foot, at practice. A stray bul-
let struck the plowman on the leg.
and he Immediately dropped, exclaim
Mr. Spat—Now, if you'll just listen
Mrs. Spat—Oh, you can't convince j
Mr. Spat—Probably not, hut if we re
going to fiivenfl the rest of Hu-
night in argument l want my share of :
Makes a Difference.
"As you see, it Is a budge demanding
votes for women."
"You wearing such a badge?"
“Rut you always tohl me you could
never see any reason for women's nuf-
"Yes; but I didn't know it was go-
ing to be onto a *ther stylish fad "
Talk is so cheap that barbers are
now- giving it free with each shave
The Shorter Route.
i ,ad> l luff i lotion, at a luncheon at
Sherry's In New York, tol^ ah knee-
dote apropos of ItK-'dlVtirdf* evil.
Two girls," she said, “were chat-
ting over a cocktail and a cigarette.
“ 'Marriages are made in heaven,*
said (lie first girl, and she blew a
cloud of smoke Into tho air and re-
garded It with dreamy eyes
The second girl with a light laugh
" Yes. that is true; but, thank
goodness, to unmake them we have
to go only as far os Reno.’ "
"Son. i hope you are engaged to a
“Oh, she's very practical, dad. Sho
drives her own car, and she can take a
motor apart as well us any expert in
Settlement Worker Since meat Is
. ho high why not use vegetables?
Mrs. Grogan—They don't do a black
i eye no good.
Yet Solomon in all his glory never
wore an opera hat that would open
Years ago Garfield Tea was introduced
and since its nppemwnct* tins won hearty ap-
proval because it does what is claimed for it*.
i Some* philanthropist should offer a
reward for a college that dotmffl need
Mrs Winslow*h'Smithing Hyrtip for ChlWIreil
teething softensthe gutnn| reduces Infleram*-
Uou, allays paiu,cu%*» wind colic, S5c a Untie.
IT a man has common sense he sel-
jnak< s uBtf of It in a love affair.
uG£ruEssrvai^ ...... „ farmer
hen. lit us Hunt's Light, ,ng (Ml ...... " *' «•'" ,h' ' "mf'
v,.,v minute it is rubbed on the im- scrambled up the bank and. w:mng
proveiuent is noticed 1' r over thirty | bis bunds to the voltUtt.-.-rs shouted:
' years this* Liniment has been acknowH "Hey, lads, stop that, will ve
edged to be the t:e..-t lor these troubles. | You’ve shot
I! -1 1 0f-
• ic in
druggist \n ill
!5c and Ouc per
| been the hors*
man. and it micht hf
•'" I.<>ndon Tit-Hits.
yi-e that they
Needed No More Help.
thirst that Coca-Cola coulJn’t
satisfy. It goes,' straight as an
arrow, to the dry spot.
And besides this,
| 1 i * * 1 l '
ith a Freud
us to acquir
The A meric
;ald that if h<
es to 111 ill he n
got he- I
who was j
TO t>un K OFT S,\\VV
I'd HO thf Oil Ml lulu rtl old
CU1LL PUNU i ’
Tli- •f<»ru mn ’• l’.i niy prun
* Till **Y
•V h - I'A'T
. RECORD BREAKING
Twelve Nation* To Have Competing
Stockholm -The number of en-
tries for the Olympic mr* » .■ great-
er than on any previous occasion.
Seventeen heats and two qualifying
rounds will be necessury to reduce
the field of IF. entered for the 100-
meter dash to the six men entitled to
eomptte in the tinol.
The 1,000-metei run has attracted
thus far 82, and the high hurdles 60
Atlanta Wint* Convention
Atlanta, da Atlanta is in the rnce
for the national convention of the * w
"progressive” party. Tho White
I.#*ague of Gelrgla" telegraphed to
! rolonel Roosevelt and Senator IMxon.
Monday that this Is suitable as a jdace
j to begin tlie campaign to break intd
the "solid south” and Invites them to
hold their convention here. The league
has nominated Roosevelt and seaborn
Wright i»f this state for president and
?( ( e president, respectively. Wright
is the prohibition leader of this part
of the *ou< h
man when l
then I was
ian for sc
I English fi
I to lecture
jehed in tl
all time 1
from Ills t
1 t hir
from the French*
ut finally a letter
i so many
o come at
The Taxlon Toilet C>.‘ of B"
Mass., will send a large trial !>on
Paxtine Antiseptic, a d* lightful ch
ing and germicidal toilet prepare
to any woman, free, upon request
"This enterprise is a promising e
"Is It? Hut what I'm looking f"
a paying proposition.''
! 118- j
paring tf» gn
A tm>mi\1 ciii'l to Garfield I«'ii t o
TD, >. *
_ ________ I'.rwok-
ui^ for sample will repay you.
If you would discover a woman’s
weakness, kei p quiet and listen.
One way to avoid spending nmney
foolishly Is to not have any.
your gardens this
most of us have i
and Times •
satisfies to a T the call for somethin!?
purely delicious and dcliudusly pure and
t ' Our tteur Iwit.klFi, (rising of #
m -w ^ lor u*c iuking. ..j
a* iniulr by VVhrnrrFf
H-A CO. AT,.“ “
bA. * Dxilud. i C
prmand I hr Gtouint
row ii already.
? What's that?
The Lesser Half. •
HeniKM'ked Husband Is my wife
going out, Dora?
Henpecked Husband Do you know
if 1 am going with her0
PI RirCT HFA11IC
Tutt't IMIU keep the »y«tem In perfect order.
They regulate the IxiweU and produce
\ VIGOROUS BODY.
Prmrdv for kick headache, constipation.
DAISY FLY KILLER
V1 THE HOMESEEKING FARMER
ji| iM.kiug tfl wurderlully pimiuctive
Gettings things without paying for
thorn Is some men's idea of economy
in healthy « limate perfect title from
hrvt hands, tan have details h r the
asking Large body f<>r selection
Any g cxl farmer can make this
land pay itself out on our low
prices and eai»y terms. Address
SPUR TARM LANDS
SPUR DICKENS COUNTY TEXAS
Sold t>» dealers or
__ 6 Mnt prepaid fer It.
■ AR01.I) BQMERI. 150 D#S4lb Br.»«»lya. V Y. W. N U ,
Oklahoma ,C'ty, No. 26-1612.
You Look Prematurely Old
Bocauso of thoao ugly, grizzly, gray
s*ii ?" 11 v mm . ; % .
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