The Press-Democrat. (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 29, Ed. 1 Friday, April 14, 1905 Page: 3 of 8
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LATE MARKET REP31T.
*ND CONSIDER THE
That in mlilressinp Mrs. Pinkliam you
Ire confiding your private ills to a woman
— a woman whose experience with wo-
man h diseases covers ti preat many years.
Vim can talk freely toa woman when it
Is revolting' to relate your private troubles
to a man - -besides a man does not under-
stand—simply because he is a man.
Many women suffer in silence and drift along '
from bad to worse, knowing full well that they
aught to have immediate assistance, buta natural
modesty impels them to shrink from exposing them-
selves to the questions and probably examinations of
even tjieir family physician. It is unnecessary.
Without money or prieo you ean consult a woman
ivhose knowledge from actual experience is great.
Mrs. Piukham's Standing Invitation:
Women suffering from any form of female weak-
ness are invited to prompt .y communicate with Mrs
lukhain at bynn, Mass. ah letters are received
opened, read and answered bv women only a'
woman can freely talk of her private illness to a
woman; thv-s bus b.'.-n established the eternal
oonfidencebetw. eu Mrs. Pinkliam and the women
uf Aint'ricJi which hu"never been broken. Out
of the vast volume of experience which she
has to draw from, ii is more than possible
that she has gained the very knowledge
that will help your case. She asks noth-
ing-in return« xerpt your pood-will, and her
idvicc has relieved thousands. Surely any .■
woman, rich or poor, is very foolish If she/
does not take advantage of this generous
!lss's^an''i'. Lydia K. Pink ham
Medicine Co.. Lynn, Mass.
Following wo publish two lot-
tors from it woman who accop* ' V°11 kn->w, I wrote you tlir.t mvvYortor
to<l this invitation. Note the h™ r/f 0 ?" °iJerati"nor 1 could n t
rosnlt. 1 then wrote you, tehii^r you Hiy ail.
' inoirtB. 1 followed your udvnv und win en-
r irst letter. tir«ly well. I can walk miles without on
Dear Mrs. Pinkham — 1 r I.()VJ'.° m>T ,ife J'ou a d
- For eight >v rs I hl.ve suffered somethimr ^wkh^verV'suSn - """Pound,
"terrible « . rn..nth v itf. i.., i 'ri \ w r> •uttering woman would read
puins are < vniriat ni'" and I cri! hup iiv' t i < t^-1'11011*81 a d realize the value of writ-
them V . S; f ystin VP l" >',m aml «vour reiueily."—Jrfrs. Mary
to Kubmit to it if 1 ean possibly he!j it When a medicine has been ^successful
whrustVJ1* •llt" "lil"v worai'n
C'upltol St; . HelmingV.u., Wusliiui-t ' t"stuno,,V so utKjurstionable,
Second letter. j vou cann°t well say, without trying it,
1 Dear Mrs. Pinkham:- | " 1 do 1,,.>t believe it ^ill help me." If
"After following carefully vour advice ?,OU ^re, don't hesitate to get a bot-
and unking Lydia E. 1'inkliamV Vegetable , ( Pydia 1\. Pinkliam's Vegetable
Coiajb niiul, I am very anxious to *end you ('ompound at once, and write Mrs. Pink-
nr. t« stim«,nial, that others may know their ham. Lynn. Mass . for special advice-*
▼alueand what you have done for me. I it ik free and always helpful
. ".if Thompson's Eji Water
NEW PENSION LAWS
Ayply to NATHAN RICKFOKli, W14 F bt-,
\\ tid III tipton, Ii. C.
«9n 6n Q V? f! 1
10 $■&«! ti
Zulus Are Great Runners.
The rate at which the Zulus can
run in an emergency is astonishing.
Some will cover as much as fifty miles
in six hours. Eight miles an hour is
o s ('are is th«* best medicine we ever us«J
T — w _ Iy ,-njij «, I f°r affections of the throat and lungs - \vm.
(SarU. Kimball, Chicago Cottage, Kli^htly used, j <- . Kndslbv, Vauburen, lad , Feb. 10 1900
iruarunteed like new: special descriptions and
the B8klD - "rite u>.<Jay. Quicksand
JENKINS'MUSIC HOUSE, KANSAS CITY, IMO. n,,,.,....,, , , ...
UinrksancI is sand readily moved;
a*riling mention this paper.
Write F. A. HIGHBARGER for catalog
114-11 ti N. Market St., Wichita, Karts.
Free Grant Lands
oaths <if March an/3 April. ther°
jnson tin-various lines of rail-
Hundreds of thousands of acres ©f the best
Wheat sind Crazing Lands on the Continent
free to the settler.
Adjoining lands may be purelinked from rail-
way. and land companies at reasonable prices.
"For information as to route, cost of transpor-
tation etc.. apply to Superintendent-of Jmmi-
/ration. <)tta\va. Canada, or to authorized Can-
idiai. Cov« ri.aient A treat —.1. S. Crawford. No.
125 \V. Ninth Street, Kansas City, Missouri.
LEAVES MO SCAR
And All Hurts of
J Wlan or Beast
| DEAN'S KING CflOTUS OIL
t Tlio World's Greatest Healer
' FREE Trial Bottle for IOc. postage
J OLNEY 4 McDAID, Mfrs., Clinton, la.
I At druggists in 50c, SI, $3 and ss Sizes
" I followed the
trail from Texas
On the Trail
1 ™"" dmii ii um i cxaw
'with a Fish Brand ^sh'brand
Pomme! Slicker mOTcrco«wheS
" cold, r wind coot
When windy, a rain coa! when it rained,
and for «a cover nt night if wc got to bed,
and I will soy that 1 licve gotten more
comfort out qi your slickcr than cny other
000 article that 1 ever owned."
(TI"" tn-l ■•Idrrxf of th<- writer of this
unsolicited U iter may !.,• h.,1 r.a ■ppll« ti.,n.)
Wet Wenther Garments for Riding, Walk-
ing, Working or Sporting.
HIGHEST AWARD WORLD'S FAIR, 1904.
A. J. TOWER CO.
CO., Limited •"-
iomoto, cjjiiei fyft gjuu©
N. U.—Wichita—No. 14—1905
When Answering Advertisements
Kindly Mention This Paper.
, CURES WHERE Alt ELSE TAILS
Heat Cougn byrup. TuHtea Goou. I'sa
la tune. Sold by dr
generally it is a mixture of r.anil and
water. Tunnels have been pushed
j through quicksand 1>y first freezing
| the mass of quicksand.
Alar?o So*. paokMe Red Cross Ball nine. onH
5cuut^. Thu Kuss Company, South liciul, lmj.
Dictionary for Directory.
| A city man has to watch or he will
! say dictionary for directory, because
! he was raised in Ihe counlrv and read
j the dictionary for years before is- ever
j saw a directory.—Paul Point.
Mother tirny*. Swoet Powders fort'hlldren,
I Successfully used by Mother Gray, nurse
I in the Children's Home in New York, cure
I Constipation, I-'everishness, Bad Stomach,
j Teething Disorders, move and regulate the
I Bowels and Destroy Worms. Over 30.00C
I testimonials. At all druggists, 2Sc. Sample
FREE. Address A.S.Olmsted,Le Iioy.N.Y,
Limit to Happiness.
i A tittle girl !> years old. having at
tended a soiree, heing asked by liei
mother on returning how she «?njoy-
: ed herself, answered: ''I am full ol
happiness. I couldn't be any happier
i unless I could grow.''
To thf liousewlfe who has not yet
become acquainted with the new things
1 of everyday use in the market and
who is reasonably satisfied with the
old. we would suggest that a trial t.f:
Defiance < old Water Starch bo made
| ;it once. Not alone because It Is suar-
anteed by the manufacturers to be su-
perior to any other brand, but because
each 10c package contains 16 ozs..
while all the other kinds contain but
12 OES. It is safe to say that the lady
who once uses Defiance Starch will use
no other. Quality and quantity must
Nature's Electric Lights.
j Not only is the sun like a great arc
J light, but all the stars in the sky are
! nature's electric lights, illuminating
I immeasurable space.
| The evils which always follow after
| indigestion, biliousness or constipa-
tion will give no quarter. Better fight
! them to a finish with Dr. Caldwell's
(laxative) Syrup Pepsin. It is a
j weapon against these dangerous dis-
eases, which \yill give you quick re-
lief and permanent cure. Sold by all
druggists at BUc and $1.00. Money
| back if it fails.
Said by a Cynic.
i There is nothing more enjoyable
than an animated discussion of some-
| thing we don't know anything about
I with somebody that knows less than
j we do.—Exchange.
Lazy Germ an invited Guest.
The scientist who announced not
| long since that he had discovered the
| germ which produces the disease of
[ laziness may not have been wholly in
error. But doubtless the symptoms
often come first, and the microbes af-
I terward—by invitation.
rows a iiKii u-
TKXAS - i . ..
HOW TWO BEAUTIFUL WOMEN ESCAPFD
PELVIC CATARRH BY AID OF PE-RU-NA.
Female Weakness Is Usually Pelvic Catarrh. Pe-ru-na
Cures Catarrh Wherever Located.
Mrs. Li/.y.ie Kedriing, 3134 H Clifton Place, St.
Louis, Mo., writes:
"I found after trying many different medicines
to restore mo to health, that Peruna was the only
thing which could be depended upon. I began
taking it when I was in a decline, induced by
female weakness and overwrought nerves.
"I began to feel stronger during the Urst week
I took Peruna and my health improved daily
nutil now I am in perfect health and enjoy life as
I never did before." Lizzie Redding.
"Kin-its' ~ 2 :: ?
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LATEST NEWS IN BRIEF.
(Jovernor General Wright and tlio
members of tho Philippine commis-
yon left Manila for Bagnio, the sum-
At Guayaquil, "Rcuador President
Plaza was married to Miss Alvina
Lasso, daughter of the Spanish coil
sill at Quito.
The conunttee of ministers, after a i
thorough eonsideraton, deeded against i
the advisability of attempting to open i
the universities, lyceums and
schools until the autumn at St I
I Mrs. MaJ'le I Bradford, 1'. < hurch street,
i Burlington. \ t., Secretary Wliittier Oratorio
J Society, writes:
> "Peruna is certainly a wonderful rnedi-
[ cine for the ills of women. I have heard it
t spoken of in the highest praise by many,
j and certainly my experience is well worthy
| of a good word.
! "I began to have severe pains across my
! back about a year ago, brought 011 by a cold,
11 and each subsequent month brought me
hi1-'1 j pain and distress.
,, rs lj "Your remedy was prescribed, and the
1 [ way it acted upon my system was almost
A private telegram ri ceived at Con- IE too good to be true. I certainly have re-
Maiitinoi.!,' says that c.eneral ltiza j [ gained my health and strength, and I no
Pasha. a„i, d, , .,,111, sultan, longer suffer periodical pains'and extreme
sanln. Z8t ^ched l la«.itnde." Mable Bradford.
's«uiauna, capital of the province of
Yemen, Arabia. March 2ft.
i he Prince and Princess Arizugawa
departed for (Jermany from Tokio
and the prince expresses the hope
that their visit will increase the grow-
ing feeling of confidence and respect
between the two countries.
Mrs. Benjamin Harrison, widow of
tormer President Harrison, and her
daughter were passengers on the
w hite Star Line steamer Canopic,
which sailed for the Mediterranean.
'i hey will spend several months in
Joseph Ralph Burton. United States
senator from Kansas, will be retried
at St. Louis this spring for accepting
compensation from the Hialt-o Grain
and Securities Company for alleged
services before the postoffice depart-
The Illinois state insane asylum
was damaged by fire to the extent of
$g,000. The flames were discovered
in tlie tower of one of the wings but
the fire was prevented from spread-
ing to the main building. There was
The Allan steamer Victoria was
sighted off Halifax, n. s., harbor on
her maiden voyage from Liverpool.
Great interest lias developed in con-
nection with the Victoria's voyage on
account of her being equipped with
turbine engines and a government do
legation from Ottawa has come to
meet her. The Victoria was built for
the Liverpool-Montreal route, but as
the St. Lawrence river is still closed
by ice the vessel on this trip will land
her freight and most of her passeng
era at St. John.
On April 1 Oxford won the sixty
second annual boat race between the
universties of Oxford and Cambridg
defeating the latter by three to four
At Port au Prince. Hayti, many
sentries stood guard and strong pat-
rols moved through the streets. Ther
were no disturbances. All Syrian
stores are closed.
William Ti. Gould of Baltimore, whe
v.-as appointed by the president as
deputy collector of customs in San
Domingo, formally announced that he
lias declined the place.
Mrs. .lames j. Hill, wife of the presi-
dent of Ihe Oreat Northern railroad
who was taken suddenly ill while with
her husband on ,le];yl island, just
across from Brunswick, (la., started
north on a private car attached to the
Seabyard Air Line Florida Limited
j for New York On the private car
with Mrs. Hill and her husband was a
Lieutenant Frank Marble, formerly
secretary of the general board of the
navy at Washington, lias relieved
Lieutenant fiiiiess as naval attacheot
the American legation in Tokio.
Dr. McGee of the i'nlte! States de-
partment of ethnology and Thomas
Grlnnell of Douglas, Ariz . have or
ganized a partv to explore Tiburon
island, off the Mexican coast in th<
Gulf of California, and search for ,;old
mines. Exploration parties who ban
gone on this mission were reported
to have been killed by the Serl In-
In Colorado Senator Richard w
Morgan will be tred before the bar ol
the senate on charges growing out
of the bribery investigation of the
Joint convention of the legislature.
Thousands of Women Cured Every Year
by Correspondence—This Is What
Dr. Hartman Proposes to Do
For You Without Charge.
"Women who suffer should read tlie
evidences presented here. We have
thousands of letters from grateful
friends who tell the same storv.
Half the ills that are peculiarly
woman's own are of a catarrhal charac-
ter. Female weakness was not under-
stood for many years.
Dr Hurtman deservi s the credit, of
having determined its real character.
Lie has made catarrh and catarrhal
diseases, including pelvic ca-
tarrh a life-long study.
1' e r u n a cures catarrh,
whether of the pelvic organs
or any other organ of the human body.
Pe-ru-na, a Natural Beautifier.
Peruna produces clean, raucous'mem-
branes, the basis of facial symmetry
and a perfect complexion.
The women have not been slow to
discover that a course of Peruna will
do more toward restoring youthful
beauty than all the devices known to
Many a girl has regained her faded
beauty, many a mat ron has lengthened
the days of her comely appearance by
1 n Peruna these women lind a prompt
and permanent cure.
Thousands of testimonials to this pf-
i'1-t are received by Dr. Hart man every
car. The good that Peruna has ac-
omplishcd in this class of cases can
If you do not derive prompt and
satisfactory results from the n?c 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. ITartman, President
of The Hart man Sanitarium. Colum-
bus, Ohio. All correspondence held
st rietly confidential.
Cheese From Soy Beans.
The municipal laboratory of Paris
has been examining the experiments
made by Dr. Vogel, who has manu-
factured a very succulent cheese from
ihe small Chinese beans known as
soy beans. '' The doctor finds that
the pulp of these l>eans contains many
of the caseine c«ualities, and that, the
resulting composition is both nourish-
ing and pleasant to the taste.
"I had III flit mat ory Rlieuni&llKni, but I i\m
•••HI now, thnnkn to I r I M Kenned v '* I u\ rile Keni-
•ti.v It mny best friend Warren IaiibIiik, Troj, n. V.
Length of Letters.
Some letters are long, but you linow
what the wriler means and one let-
ter is enough. Some other letters are
just as long and never understood.
Some short letters are also under-
stood. Brevity and clearness to one
person is a string of words without
meaning to another person.—Earl M
Talking machines—Victor and Edi-
son are the best cash or paymenls, $1
weekly. Write to-day. JENKINS' MUSIC
CO.. KANSAS CITY, MO. .Kl.ouo records in
stock, Mention th;s paper.
Deep Shaft Is Suggested.
A suggestion that, a shaft be sunk
twelve miles for scientific exploration j
has recently been made, hut it lias
been calculated that at that depth I
Ihe pressure must be about forty tons !
to the square Inch, which would pro- '
'libit shaft-sinking by any known
Every housekeeper should know
that if they will buy Defiance Cold
Water Starch for laundry use they j
will save not only time, because it j
never sticks to the iron, hut because
each package contains 1G oz.—one full !
pound—while all other Cold Water !
Starches are put up in %-pound pack- !
ages, and the price is the same, 10 i
cents. Then again because Defiance
March is free from all injurious chem-
icals. If your grocer tries to sell you
12-oz. package it is because he has i
a stock on hand which be wishes to
dispose of before he puts in Defiance, j
He knows that Defiance Starch has
printed on every package in large let-
ters and figures "16 ozs." Demand De-1 "
fiance and save much time and money
and the annoyance of the iron stick-
ng. Defiance never sticks.
It is perhaps better to be In the
soup than io be merely in hot water.
'NEW RIVAL" BLACK POWDER SHELLS.
It's the thoroughly modern and scientific system of load-
\3finch a. Ele USC ?f only,he best materials which make
Winchester Factory goaded "New Rival" Shells give bet-
ter pattern, penetration and more uniform results gener-
ally than any other shells. The special paper and the Win-
chester patent corrugated head used in making "New
shells give them strength to withstand reloading.
BESURE TO GET WINCHESTER MAKE OF SHELLS.
Truflss that Strike Home
Tour grocer is honest an,l—if ],o rnres to do so—can tell
jou that he known very little about the bulk coffee lio
sells jou. How can ho know, whero it originally enmo from,
how it was blended—or with what
- or when roasted? If you buy your
coffee loose by tho pound, how can
you expect purity and uniform quality !
LION COFFEE, ,e leader of
Alt PACKAGE COFFEES, Is ol
necessity unilorm In quality,
strength and llavor. For OVER A
QUAKTLK OF A CENTURY, LION COFFEE
lias been the standard coilcc In
inillloiEs ol homes.
LION COFFEE is carefully packed
at our !artorU-w, anil until oprnrd In
jour home, has no chance ol being adul-
terated, or ot coming in contact wlih dust,
dirt, fjcrma, or unclean hands.
Iu each package of LION COFFEE you gel one full
pound of l'uro Coffee. Insist upon getting the genuine.
(Lion head on every package.)
(Suve tho Liou-headB for valuable premiums.)
SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE
WOOLSON SPICE CO., Toledo, Ol
W ° NEY TILL CURED 28 tansTsUBL™'^
We send FKte and postpaid a 320-page Ireallae on I'lles, Fiilnla enj Dlecuciiof Ihe
jJyjy-W ™"-tre,ll6c • ol Women. 01 Ihe thaunamln rated b;
jnr mild® ISod, none pild aceal ml enred-we famish their names on application!
DR. THORNTON & WINOB. K'o'J'BT
Rheumatism and Neuralgia
Known the world over ns tho
promptest, surest cure for
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