The Gotebo Gazette. (Gotebo, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 2, Ed. 1 Friday, August 20, 1909 Page: 3 of 9
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A Word af Hop* for Despairing One*.
Kidney trouble makes weak, weary,
worn women. Backache, hip pains,
diz/.lneHH, headaches, nervousness, lan-
guor, urinary troubles make women
suffer untold misery. Ailing kidneys
are the eause. Cure
them. Mrs. S. D. El-
lison, X. Broadway, La-
mar, Mo., says: ' Kid- i
ney trouble wore mo J
down till I had to take
to bed. I had terrible |
pains In my body and
Hubs and the urine was
annoying and full of sed-
iment. 1 got worse anu
doctors failed to help. I was discour
aged. Doan's Kidney Pills brought
quick relief and a final cure and now 1
am In the best of health."
Remember the name—Doan's. Sold
by all dealers. 50 rents a box. Fob-
ter-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. V.
Mil I1TICTS Ml
CHAROE8 CONSPIRACY IN MOTION
TO OUASH INDICTMENTS.
TEN DISTINCT REASONS IRE 6IVEI
Papers Filed in Muskogee Court
Charge Five Grand Jurors With
Gregg Is Accused.
Gertrude—The man I marry must
be a genius.
Bertie—Thank heaven we hare met!
Samuel Gompers was talking in the
suiokeroom of the Baltic about a re
cent newspaper uttaek on a rich cor
"It was a cru l attack," Mr. Com-
pere chuckled. "It was as cruel «i
the Jonesvillo Clarion's paragraph
about old Deacon lliram Ludlow
"This paragraph header the Clar
lou's obituary column. It .said:
" 'Deacon Hiram Ludlow of Friable
township, aged 82, pasted peacefully
away on Thursday last from single
blessedness to matrimonial bliss after
a short but severe attack by Maria
Higgins, a blooming widow of 37 sum
mere.' "—Detroit Journal
The universe pays every man in his
own coin; if you smile, it smiles upon
you la return; If you frown, you will
be frowned at; if you sing, you will
be Invited into gay company; if you
think, you will be entertained by
thinkers; and if you love the world
and earnestly seek for the good that
is therein, you will be surrounded by
loving friends, and nature will pour
Into your lap the treasures of the
earth. Censure, criticise and hate, and
you will be censured, criticised and
bated by your fellow men.—N. W.
"When women get to voting." sakl
the man. "they will have a great
many more calls than they now have
to put their hands in their pockets
and give money to further important
The woman looked thoughtful.
"I'm always willing, of course," she
said, "to give money for a good cause,
but as for putting my hand in my
THOSE NEW HATS.
"I never liked Shakspeare until 1
saw you play 'Hamlet.' "
"And you like it now?"
"You bet 1 do.'*
"And why do you like Shakespeare
after seeing me in 'Hamlet?'"
"Shakespeare is so different!"
Mother—Why should we make Wil-
lie a doctor when there are so inany
uew doctors every year?
Father—But think of all the new
CauMd by Coffee.
*7 have been a coffee drinker, mow
•f leas, ever since I can remember, uu
rll a few months ago I became more
and more nervous and Irritable, and
finally I could not sleep at night foi
1 was horribly disturbed by dreams
of all aorts and a species of distress-
"Finally, after hearing the experi-
ence of numbers of friends who had
quit coffee and were drinking I\>stum
and learning of the great benefits they
bad derived, I concluded coffeti must
be the cause of my trouble, so 1 gol
some Postum and had it made strictly
according to directions.
"I was astonished at the flavour ano
taste. It entirely took the place of cof-
fee, and to my very great satisfaction
I began to sleep peacefully and sweet
ly- My nerves Improved, and I wish
I could wean every man, woman and
child from the unwholesome drug—or-
"People really do not appreciate or
realise what a powerful drug It Is and
what terrible effect It has on the hu-
man system. If they did, hardly a
pound of it would be sold. I would
newr think of going back to coffee
again. I would almost as soon think
of putting my hand in a lire after 1
bad oace been burned.
"A young lady friend of ours had
stomach trouble for a long time, and
coatd not get well as long as Bhe used
coffee. She finally quit coffee and be-
gan the use of Postum and Is now per-
fectly well. Yours for health."
Read "The Road to Wellville," in
pkgs. "There's a Reason"
K*rr Mi the nkmr letterf A new
• e aypeara from time In time. They
•e* seaalit, trae. aad (all •( humaa
Muskogee, Okla.—Attorneys for Gov-
ernor Haskell and the five other de-
fendants Indicted in connection with
alleged Muskogee town lots frauds Mon-
day filed motions in the federal court
here to quash the indictments setting
forth a number of Bensatlonal allega-
The motion not only charges the
prosecuting officers with entering into
a conspiracy to unjustly return in-
dictments, hut asserts that live mem-
bers of the grand Jury also entered
into the plot and for the purpose of
securing an indictment against Gov-
ernor Haskell, having previously pub-
licly stated that "they would get Has-
The motion sets up ten separate
reasons why the Indictments should
be quashed, but outside of the charges
against the live grand jurors and the
charges of improper conduct on the
part of United Slates Attorney J. W.
Gregg, Special Attorney Sylvester
Rush. Assistant Attorney J. F. Gas-
kill and Grant Victor, I'nlted States
marshal, these reasons have to deal
largely with the manner of selertloif
of the grand Jury^ the district from
which they shauld have been selected,
with special objection to the exclusion
o_' Muskogee county from the terri-
tory ifrom which the jury was se-
J. H. Dixon of Big Cabin, George
W. Strawn of Wagoner. J. C. BurgeSs
of Pryor Creek. A. G. Dumas of Fair
land and W. T. Bailey of Mayes
j county arc the five members of the
I giand jury against whom the charge
Is made that they deliberately sought
to get on the grand Jury with the
view of returning indictments against
the defendants. J. W. Strawn was
the foreman of the Jury returning the
Indictments, and it is set forth that
Strawu conspired with United States
Attorney Gregg to brow beat and in-
timidate other Jurors into voting to
return Indictments after the Jurori
had first refused to do so.
BOLD BURGLAR ROBS BANK.
Guthrie Bank Loses Package of Bills
Guthrie. Okla.—The Oklahoma State
bank here was robbed of $500 Monday
morning and the Guthrie National
bank was compelled to crack its own
safe Sunday afternoon, following an
unexplained disarrangement of Its
burglar alarm system and safe
Twenty-five $20 bills tied in a
package were mysteriously abstracted
from the tellers window of the Okla-
homa State hank soon after the bank
opened Monday morning, and though
the sheriff's foree has been on the case
ail day they have solved the robbery
no further than that a strange negro
who made change at the bank possi-
bly took the money.
It is supposed that the burglary
alarm of the Guthrie National bank
became disarranged by a ledger fall-
ing Inside the safe, and the bank ol-
flcials say they tried to drill Into tha
big safe with chilled bits because
they dint want to have thatt alarm
raising pandemonium for fifteen hours.
Government Has Cash for Trial.
Shawnee. Okla.—In case Governor
Haskell should honor the requisition
of Governor Campbell of Texas for
Secretary Chapman of the Oklahoma
corporation commission, tho govern-
ment has plenty of money with which
t) prosecute the cases wherein Chap-
man and other Oklahomans are charg-
ed with defrauding Kickapoo Indians.
The urgency deficiency bill passed
in the closing hours of the special
cession of cougress provides that tha
appropriation of $25,000 passed March
1. last, for the purpose of paying wlti
nesses In the state courts In the prose-
cution of alleged frauds committed
against the Mexican Klckap<;o* In
Texas, should be made available for
the payment of all expenses incurred
or to be incurred In connection wltb
the prosecution. The former appro-
priation. in its wording, provided only
for tho payment of actual expenses of
witnesses. The later measure author-
izes the secretary of the Interior to
pay expenses ol all character In tha
"Come Into the (rardr-n, Maud."
Hald fuonlous-inlnded Fred.
"What's th* use?" said Maudie—
"I have it on my head."
Laundry work at home would be
much more satisfactory it the right
Starch were used. In order to get the
desired stiffness, it is usually neces-
sary to uso so much starch that the
beauty and fineness of the fabric is
hidden behind a paste of varying
thickness, which not only destroys the
appearance, but also affects the wear-
ing quality of the goods. This trou-
ble can be entirely overcome by using
Defiance Starch, as it can be applied
much more thinly because of its great-
er strength than other makes.
"Do you think your sister will mar
"If you keep cotnln'."
"Have you heard her say anything
"I heard her tell ma that if you
didn't stop comln' here so often she'd
make things unpleasant for you."
Prepared for the Worst.
"How long had your wife's lirBt hus-
band been dead when you married
"About eight months."
"Only eight months? Don't you
think she was In a good deal of a
"Oh, I don't know. We had been
engaged for nearly two years."
"I might say to you. young men,
that I am a self-made man."
"In what respect?" asked an Im-
"In this respect, if you must know,"
replied the orator. "I made myself
popular with men who had a pull and
thus obtained my present lofty posi-
The extraordinary popularity of fine |
white goods this summer makes the |
choice of Starch a matter of great im- ]
portance. Defiance Starch, being free
from all injurious chemicals, is the
only one which is safe to use on fine
fabrics. It great strength as a stiffen-
er makes half the usual quantity of
Starch necessary, with the result of
perfect finish, equal to that when the
goods were new.
"Johnny, leave me alone and don't
ask me aaother question!"
"Aw. jest one more an' then I'll
"Well, what Is it?"
"What relation is a cousin gertuan
to a Dutch uncle?"-—Cleveland Ireader.
What is Castoria.
/^ASTORIA is a harmless "substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and
Soothing Syrups, It is pleasant It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narootio substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays
Peverishness. It cures DiarrhoBa and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles*
cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Pood, regulates the Stomach
and Bowels, giving healthy and natural deep. The children's Panacea—The
\The Kind Tou Have Always Bought, and which has been In use ftr ovff
30 years, has borne the signature of Chas. H. Fletcher, and has been "mA* under
his personal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive yon 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 Experiments
Letters from Prominent Physicians>
addressed to Chas. H. Fletcher.
Dr. T. Gerald Blattner, of Buffalo, N. Y., says: "Tour CastofiS la good
lor children and I frequently prescribe it, always obtaining the desired
Dr. Custave A. Elsengracber, of St Paul, Minn., says: "I haws used
your Castoria repeatedly in my practice with good results, and can recom-
mead it as an excellent, mild and harmless remedy for children."
Dr. E. J. Dennis, of Et. Louis, Ho., says: "I have used and prescribed
your Castoria In my sanitarium and outsido practice for a number of years
and find It to be an excellent remedy for children."
tr. S. A. Buchanan, of Philadelphia, Pa., says: "I have used yonv Cas-
toria In the case cf ny own baby and find it pleasant to taka, and have
obtained excellent results from its use."
rr. J. E. Simpson, cf Calca^o, 111., says: "I hnve used your Castoria tat
eases cf colic In cLIldrea aad have found It the best medicine of Ita kind
on the market."
Dr. It. E. Csklldson, of Omaha, Neb., says: "I And your Castoria to be a
standard family remedy. It Is the best thing for Infants and children I
have ever known and I recommend It"
Dr. L. R. Robinson, cf Kansas City, Ko., says: "Tonr Castoria certainly
has merit Is not ita aso, Its continued use by mothers through all these
years, and the many attempts to imitate it, sufficient recommendation?
"What can a physician add? Leave It to tho mothers."
Dr. Edwin F. Pardee, of New York City, says: "For several years I havt
recommended your Castoria and shall always continue to do Mb as It has
Invariably produced beneSclal results."
Dr. N. B. Sizer, cf Brooklyn, N. Y., says: "1 object to what are called
patent medicines, where maker alone knows what Ingredients are pat In
them, but I know the formula of your Castoria and advise Its us&**
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
ALCOHOL. 3 PER CENT.
ling (lie Stomachs
ncss and AratjContalnj nettv
Opium .Morphine nor Mineral.
Aperfert Remedy forConsflpt
Hon. Sour StonadLDUntoei
ness and Loss or Sleep.
Facsimile Signature of
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
The Kind Yon Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Getting at the Root.
Fair Patient—Oh. doctor. I'm posi-
tively nil run down and I'm so miser-
able, I have that tired feeling all the
Physician—No doubt. Let me sec
your tongue.—Cleveland Leader.
Rough on Rats, unbeatable exterminator
Rough on Hen Lice, Nest Powder, 25c.
Rough on Bedbugs,PowderorLiq'd,25c.
Rough on Fleas, Powder or Liquid, 25.
Rough on Roaches, Pow'd, 15c.,I>irj'd,2Sc.
Rough on Moth and Ants, Powder, 25e.
Rough on Skeeters, agreeable to use.25c.
E. S.Wells, Chemist. Jersey Clty.N. J.
Her—Oh, oh! Something's crawl-
ing down uiy back!
Him—Well, you'd make just as
much fuss if It was crawling up your
back. Let it alone. — Cleveland
Ask Your Druggist for Allan's Foot.Eat*.
"I tried ALLEN'S FOOT-EASK recent-
ly, and have fust buuKlit another supply.
It till* riirc«l my corns. and the hot. bunt-
ing and ItrhlnK mnsatlon In my feet which
wan almost untiearnble, and I would not
Look at the Names.
In 4 A. P. Kearaidhuch-Fionfashtna
was an Irish king, a "most just and
j good prince," who was slain by his
successor, Fiachadh-Fion, who was
treated to a similar fate by Flnchadh-
I Floiiohiulb, "the prince with the white
cows," who died at. the hands of "the
Irish plebeians of Connaught." Eoch-
airh-Moidineodhain was one of .the
half dozen who died of natural causes,
■ and Flaithheartagh was one of the
two to resign the monarch's scepter
I for the monk's cowl.—New York
Fitted for the Job.
The general consulted the topo-
graphical chart. "You understand,
colonel," he said, "that this charge on
the enemy's fortification necessitates
the most reckless disregard for hu-
man life?" "I understand, general,"
the colonel replied. 'The forlorn hope
that leads the movement will be cuui-
|M>sed exclusively of amateur chauf-
With a smooth Iron and Defiance
Starch, you can launder your shirt-
waist Just as well at home as the
steam laundry can; It will have the
proper stiffness and finish, there will
FOR SHIRTS COLLARS CUFFS AND FINE LINEN
A Certain Cure for Sore,weak A Inflamed Eyes.
MAKES THE USE OF DRUGS UNNECESSARY Price, 25 Cants/?/****/*
* ii.'iij yuji
G R E AT
RA I N
b# without It now.--.Mrr. \v. j Walker. 1 be less wear and tear of the goods,
Camden. N. J." Bold by all Druggists. 25c. and ,t w,n ^ a pleasure to
use a Starch that does not stick to the
Ought to Be.
"Is the man you recommend to us
capable of good head work?"
"Well, he's a barber."
Dr. Blggers Huckleberry Cordial
Will convince the nn>>t skeptical when It
comes to curing Diarrhoea. Dvwnterv,
Children Teething, etc .IVnnd.Wpcr little
All a Matter of Comparison.
In blind man's land a one-eyed man
Is a celebrity.—HaltImore 8un
The more WHIG LEY'S*SPEARMINT
U ey would chew—
The better their digestion grew.
When n woman gets really sick she
begins to wonder if she will look good
in a halo.
THE f INKMT FAHBIC
U roniptrrd with thr hmng of fhehowol*.
IVhen irritated we have pain*, dmrrhvu. oranipK.
Whatever tbecauBe, take Painkiller (ferry liavla >. for rhfltlrra teething, ftofleoa th© gums, reduce*
The greatest evils are from within
' us, and from ourselves also we must
ltx>k for our greatest good.—Jeremy
Indigestion takes wings when the
refreshing perfume of W RIG LEY'S
SPEARMINT is flying around!
When a spinster marries a man who
I is already bald sho doesn't get all
that she Is entitled to.
I AM. I'P-TO-DATK ItOt'MKKKF.PKHS
| I 'tc Red Croas Hall Hluc. It makes clothes
i dean and sweet as when new. All grocers.
Our mistakes of yesterday are re-
MKinsiblc for our worries of to-day.
NO STROPPING NO HONING
KNOWN THE WORLD OVER
NOTHINO LIRE IT FOR
BILLIARD TABLES THE TEETH ^
IOWKST MKSt MINTS, j ^
You cannot afford to experiment with I tooth preparation* chaot do.
Untried goods sold by commission —■ x
Catalogue, free THE MOUTH
The Brunswick - Balks - Collender Company sod throat, pan&n the breath, aad kill* tha |
•s7-438 Celaears St.. 0««i i. k ans*8 CITV. : which coiicct iathe Mouth.
PAAKIft'S "lrWQ" ^ ^ ™
Imnlut (raweL _ . _
«* avjia* _J aad Map the dacharga. ItstM
Tafta Enjoy Summer Home.
Beverly. Mass That the entire fam-
ily or President Taftis enjoying their
outing at Beverly is the opinion of all
who have visited the beautiful country
place where the presidential family is
now housed. Mrs. Taft Is fast recov-'
erlng her health, which Is greatly
pleasing to tho president, resident
Taft, with all his mirth. Is trying to
reduce his weight and is kept buay In
his private gymnasium and on the golf
links, while the "kids" are having the
greatest romp of their lives.
It's as difficult for some people to
let go as It is for others to catch on.
A real nickel for real WRIOLEr8
Wiae is the man who closes his face
before ho says too much.
Mrs. Wtnalow'a Koothln* *rraa>.
-flUrca taolhluit. •ufuaa lb* ttuii*. reluct.
ataimaUua.altatapaIa.curM wlndcollu. feeabutua. |
The man who does his best can
trust the world to do Its part.
Pall In line for better digestion!
Tliue will tell—unless the gossips
beat it under the wire.
OLD SORES CURED
Vllen'a 11 «*en« e Waive raff
Chronic I leara.
fir*, hy sssit Ms. J.IVAl.LKN.itept^A
m,N4 nifui(ina l le«ra.Vaiicoae
■it I'l.frm.Merrurlltl I leera.WhlteXwell
remedy lof uteriae catarrk.
Paxtiaa it a harmlea yet powerful
1—— grTir. in
Uaed in bathing it deatroya edonwid
laavas the body andsepiically dw.
l epi.Al.sul' ul.Minn: fom SACK AT dmuo stomcs^oc.
IV RjG < t V S ZSPEA RMINT
LARGE SAMPLE FREE!
yvm NimTouiflo. boctom. mam.
1 Thomp ««' iyt Vattr I
w. N. U-. Oklahoma City, No. 34-1909. I
You Look Prematurely Old
Bscsuss of thoM ugly, grizzly, gray hairs. Uss "LA CREOLE" HAIR RESTORER.o PRICE, SI.OO, rstslk
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