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Kever Loses Ifs Strength
Is Uost Healthful,
fholcsoms snd Economical
Subsoilmg in th South.
A farmer rime !o us a few days
it i, saying that you are always telling
us to break the har1 tan and subsoil
nf our land. Ycm are no doubt correct
lut what Is a poor man with only one
horse lo do? This Is our advice to
him and all such farm-rn Take pea
stubble thai Is intended for cotton
Of t year. The leaves and rtiiitiiMi
of vines are now on the ground. They
should be nvfd I'se a six Inch
shovel and lay off the rows cotton
width as far!- as possible. When that
It done, take a tongue or diamond
point plow an J run in the same fur
row. That will break the hard pan
Then do the same thing for the mid
die. leaving the freezes to pulverize
the soil. If lxnd Is Intended for corn,
make the row s proper w idth and run
the furrows In the middle. That re
quires little time, but It wi'.l pay any
farmer cultivating laud. Another
plan for one horse, farmer Is to swap
latr. Ituy twohorse plows and tar
rows tn comteand, and lake Its time
about using tni-ro. They will si.n I
able to buy another Ihtw. Two fartn
ers could thus unite.
The Tee,ihoue t.irl He Hues sh k
ing language." 1 be KSectrW :au. "What
CAUSE AND CURE
Shewn by ruTiereus cure made by
Dcxtd'a Kidney Pills. Tty cur ht
Kidney and the Rheumatism cures
Itself RsmarVabi ess of Maggit
R Kner. Wis.. Jan. 16 (Spe
rlail That rheumatism Is caused b
illsnrdcrod kidneys is proved by the
rutes Iiii4 Kidney ate making
In every slate In the t'ntoo They
cure the K liitiej s snd Ire Khi un atlsm
cure Itself. A cure tbst has caused
do t Interest in this neighborhood Is
that of .Vance K ic-oi.ort. In speak
Ins: of It she says:
I had Hi! my trouble and rheuma
tlnu and was so lame I could not i i
1 could not sleep for I ached all oier
I nt in a terrible state and firmly
hilieve ll.al if I bsd not ured lnnlds
Kblrey ruin I would be !ed. I took
Pil.e l ix i i f them and they have
done me more fund than all the other
Medicine I ever tiok. Now try ai he
oie all gone. I an est and sleep and
I am feeling good. I want all thr
Wnrld to know that lSild a K.ilt vJ
1'illa cured me "
If Hie ostrich knew bow mm h hl
feat tors wire worth wi) would b
prouder than the i tea rock.
i ttHiMttiiii mi tin inrv
1"i'ii i' e-'u it fn e i
S'aii ' i H.r tl l leiKIOUUI
S. .a u v.r 4 M u 1 4 Sav.
It's plcssaiiter to U- bad with ai
eay iihim ii in i' than d with an uu
Iluw'l Thl T
W eSr lljx.lfva tv.tt.t rttHI for i
4 l i4ia lli 4 b ur IIm
1 n s i u i.
r Jl (IIIMrni. T... O
W th ti4 SS- ld"l t J I lt.i
I tt iM t ir ttt4 li:-te fc'nt erfv I f fa
S4 W IT mi e lt Si Sitb.
Sh.',M lrwkVi 1 .4V ft
VU.Vt Cirik cr l lain ia.ttw ttH4
4raa tif a) a 1 1 l-t- abd a'la-a. I It
flu. Ipiiiiii 4ti I aaa lirt. I'lttl if MIS
4 14 av.4 t affllj !' It Oaat I pakUoak
Nothing morn effectually wearies i
girl than to have a ouuk man threat
en to ktsa her and fail to carry out hi
Cold Storage for Set Potatoes.
The Ideal tnethid of keeping seer
potatoes la claimed to W cold storage
IVtaloe thus kepi at the Ohio statloi
hat come put sound and fresh will
no Indication of sprouting and the l
tallty uiilinjalred, even ao lata a thi
1st of June. It la Important, however
that the cold storage room should no
fall below 35 degrees, nor should I
rlso nim-U above 4d degrer. Whei
cold storage I not available, sproutlni
j may bo In aotu measur prevented b;
Dovenog in (Kitatoe ftequeou.
TO PLEAD FOR STATEHOOD,
Eight Territory Men In Washington
to Push Hamilton Bill.
WASHINGTON.-A delegation of
eighty statehood boomers from Okla
homa and On) Indian territory la In
Wa lunlpoii working for tho passage of
tho Hamilton bill. They represent
nearly every city ami town of Import
Mire la the two terrlioib s and amninc
lb mare lawyers, capitalist, editor
and politicians. Kitty of them
reached this city Tuesday tnomlne;
In a cllieis have Men drifting In for
tho pan wek. C. . Jones of Okla
homa City Is chairman of tho deleja
tlon and theer Is an executive, commit
teo composed of theso statehood
Indian Territory V. O. Winn, Ada;
r. F. Umb. Okmulgee; William Jack
son, Wagoner; J. T. Coleman, Ard
more; W. II. Kornegay. Vlnlta: I,aka
Moore, Weloetka; Itoon Williams. Is
high; J. J. McAles'.er, McAlester;
nfupo Taschal, Tahlequah; II. P, Rob.
Ins. South McAlester.
Oklahoma W. H. Hussey, Iwfnn;
J. II. Idaxey. Rhawiic?; Jej.se J. Dunn.
Alva; T. B. Knapp. Chandler; Thomas
If. Doyle, Terry: J. C. Columbia, New
kirk; James K. Kelly. Kldoradi; A. H.
Clastrn. Oklahoma City; Patrick 8.
: WASHINGTON NOTES. ;
Tie postoffic at Mitchell, 0. T,
has bwn discontinued; mall to Mer
The postmaster at St. Joseph will bo
allowed two additional letter carrier
A poiitoffice has ten eMablUhed at
Thurston. I. T, with John R. IX-ntoa
Representative Kin kail, of Nebra-
ka, bas introduced a bill providing for
the holding of federal court at Kear.
R. M. Marsh M nd James J. Sny
der have been apraointed storekeepers
and saucers in the Sixth Missouri in
ternal revenie district.
Repren ntative Sheppard, of Teiat,
Introduced a bill prohibiting tho pay'
meat of mill age to senators and mem
bers who ride on free parses.
Senator Long of Kansas, has In
preparation several amendment to
the statehood bill, affecting U-aees,
etc, which ho will offer la tho Sett'
A favorable report was made by tho
senate committee on forest reserva
tions on the bill for the protection of
wild animals and birds ia tho Wich
ita forest reserve.
Senator Crane, of Massarbusetta, of
fered an aim ndinenl to tho Indian ap
pmprlaton bill, providing for an appro
priation of 4.S'Hl to enable tho n-cro-tary
of the Interior to pay to holjcrs
of Kaw Indian scrip.
C. Jl. Stuart, of South McAlester.
who is In Washington In the interest
of the statehood bill 1 tryinK to se.
curi an ani'-r.iimi nt tn the bid pro
viding for holding terms cf tho dia
trlrt court t Smith McAlester.
Application to orpanie the Arkan
sas Vailey National bank, of lirokea
Arrow. I. T, has leen approved; cap
Hal. IIS.oihV; Ciiia liowman. J. T. Iar
by. W. 8. Hears, Tarns H:br, r. Por
ter and J. I- Iialvbs. incorporator.
Ki iH'li gste In nnis Kly nn of Okla
boma. has armed. accompanlei by
his family, and announced that he
would remain In Washington until the
Statehood t ill is either paied or de
feated, llu Js n -gisleivd at Iho 1U
He present stive 1 )w icv T. of New
York. Introduced a bill M Incorpi-rato
the "Ameririal Medirsl Association
The object of the cornratlon Is stated
to be to promote) the science and art
if medicine arid the public health
throughout the I'nlled States
Tho senate commltee on prli leges
and elections will meet t Ji) ni.
Tuesday to tmunn th. lnetiration
f the protests asainst Senator Smoot
of Utah. Thi sttoineys for Mr. Snioot
will iiH'ii their ra. It Is understood
the te!U'.li nt baa about thirty wit
The prendi nt sent to tho senate
tr.i -stage titMiiri the postage of two
bills providing f ir the reorganlial Ion
of the me.lK sj and onlnsnre cirps of
the army. The bills already had parsed
tho senate. Attention lo thu fact
was called by Mr, Cockre't, who a.ked
that the nii't.ii" be printed.
Thi Stewart bill, providing for ap
pointment by the president of a super
intendent and spevlsl attorney to suc
ceed the isr rotv.nilliiii, whtih
was recently offered as an ami nd
nient to the siatelutoj bill, was recent
ly Introduced In tho senate by Sen
ator Stewart as a separate measure.
The president sent to tb aenato a
communication from tno secretary of
tho Inferior relative to the recnah
lishment of the boundry line betwwen
Colorado and the territories of Ne
Meslco and t)klahoma. A report la
made of the survey, tinder an art of
congross of July 1. 1902. and legisla
tlon Is afked lo adjust the boundaries
tn accordance with this surrey.
Tho postnfic at llland. lleoo coun
ty, Ksn , ba been discoatinuod. Mall
to Ilurton. Harvey t-ounty.
IVIecsto McCuiro will on Tuesday
lntroduco tho bill for tho division of
tho property of tho Osago Indiana of
Oklahoma, but tho term of agree
ment ara not given out yet. Tho sum
of fvifl.OoO I allotted to tho secretary
of the Interior to be used lo closing up
tho unfinished business of the Iawes
commission after July 1. revt, lo
which 110.000 to be added for tho
oao of tho Injector's offlco, India
SHORT MISSOURI ITEMS:
1 ho uieuibers of thu Owl IStJltiS
t'luti of Cartbsirn wears sii'ipins.
IJvery llrou a danca Is gtitn tbey at
stuck for tin regular asstsnnetii,
Kansas City (Mar.
In Michigan tn itiuskrat I deemed
tl epicurean dainty; 2" of the
varmints" were eaten by a s bt club
jt that state a few evenings siure. In
Mltisourl the aum sDJl heads the
Jst-Klch Hill Kevlew.
A Henry county paper has !t an
sdvertlser. The eaitr'r tried to ca'l
(ho adveriiier s place of buslnes a
big store last week and It came out la
tho psper "hue atore." Kansas City
During the year lli'4 Recorder of
Deeds A. U. Cmtrow issued li mar
riage licenses. Tbla Is the ttualle-st
number of licenses lsued in a sir.gie
year by He'order Conrow daricg tbe
six yers he Las been in office Law
Tho directors meeting cf the
Thomas. Oklahoma Telephone Com
pany was held at Huit last week. John
A. Eby was elt-eted president. F. T.
Crowley, secretary and treasurer, and
J. F. Guliey, resident manager. Ijiw
Women are h.J tu t rr-siioct.ble
for the bill which w.,1 be i:i!ro(Iuced
In the next Kansas ligislaturt mak
ing marriage a civil contract of t o
years duration. No do-.ibl it will be
dri'adfully hard on so-r.e ot t!;em to
remain married toene can t.o yia:i.
Walnut Croe Tribune.
We ai worsiiig ai oi pe" en
the rnvcial edi'lon winch e ba-.e ce
cided to not get out u:,t.: a'o it firaw.
berry pickln? tic.e next s;r.:.g. T.'.e
edition will ctiiitain an exbauftn
write up of Mi Ixmald county. pres-nt-ing
the many advantages it ff?t:i
tomebi ekers Anderson Ar; ..s.
The third rural mail route is talked
of for New Hampton. It is plann'-d to
go west from New Hatiptou four
miles, then south but not far enough
south to take in the ponoffice at Kf
fnigham, then east and north. It .
said to l? very good territory for a
new route. New Hampton Hira'd.
A Southwest isoojri nan rfrd a
cow the other day. During 1i:e hr!;i
thnl it took to puil the raffle off the
cow di.-d. Tbe Jx-opk- who bought
tickets are now trying to find out :(
the cow died N fore she changed ou
ershlp. If she did they are going to
demand their lumicy. S;ii,thv ilic Hit
' My laoys killed a c' ejij.rr n.'i'se
tn a fn Id on the farm iM Sji.iiay, ' re
marked J. Ii Maupin, a Ct.:.iti
county fanner. ri-iiiiy, "tirid tLe vr
nilnt was five fi-cl long. The cy a
so nuiih like stinmier t.n e that h i
snaki-i-hip m out f.ir a and 'l.i
not .pt-rt t coilnle wnh tu K-j I
and a tli - Huh Kill Ki ia w.
The annMint ol money expended fo
teachers' salaries in .l:so.iii hs m
rraed ni 1 3 n r ci nt in the lust n
years. Thi. is a gratifying iccnase,
but It is Out in keeping with o'lur v
M-nil!tuiet The pct-ple are s-xpi r.!:ti
moro protxirt innately fi r s 'in 1
houi.es and srhixil pq'.rpment tlaa
they are for li si-h-r' sa.an. s The
Increase In the amixint spent ai.n
in the U.t mx years for all s I p.ir
pohea lias Im-i n .' j per c nt. Km a
WvkkI tlart tte
The tliol e says J plin l r.'.i !. 1
with counterfeit dollars, the I"-: Imi
tation yet made. The coins aie a tri
fle darker than the genuine and art
made with a glass coii.,iii son which
gives uira a ring tl.at U hard to ;;
from tl.sl niade from the gov 1 1 nment
made artiiie. iu i lose ixaiuinawou
the lettering geneially on the words.,
"In Uod We I rust." is t lurreil. Th.se
dollais are of iv; ,t,' and if h t tiiUi
a bamnis-r or throw a on a lard sub
stance. lJ break l.ke a puce of gias.
J II Hethet -itigtou i making a spe
cially of f,ue and pure I til m n I tj ll'k t'SH
and especially the Rhode liai,.l K.s
Ijist year a colony of ught ..ens U:.
an aers, .f yj -gg. they g ,
only g'sx! layirs but evinr.o l r i
and proi.fic. Mr. II. m Id John c.aik
fifteen rggs and they hatched f.fttert
chirks which all aur , taon'laotnnn
ihnks which a.. lived ami au doing
will. If any couniy in the Ms'c .so
heal that lets hear fiom it. The
K.d l- Katon. who i lack to bis
first love, the Gardner datc'lc.
"We hate lo begin our first i':e with
an aiNilogy, lui, the fait ',. we have
rb-een moving and he had little lime
to hustle for .cws. We hope, hoaever.
that by next wk we will have fin
Ishetl our apprenticeship to tbe lark
hammer and secured forgiveness for
the thlugs we said while sttting up
stoves and. so, be able to give our
reader a paier In wbkh there, Will be
less of hoi air and more meat."
II, )t will have a poultry show, ar
cording to the ient;nci. It fa's:
"Fourteen citlsens of Ilarg'ass Town
ship responded to the call of the poul
try breeiieis in llo.n on Wednesday af
lernoon. ttrp were taken for the
8eA.iid Annual Shew, which will la
held In Hovt during the month of hb
ruary the rxacl dale cv-u.d iut be
set and depends U(4vn the time ai
which an expert and t-vimpetent J.idgw
ran l secured. Th e-etry c-
mil tees to carry txit the p:c uudti
iscv.si.loa er i io!titd.'
HOsV ftOBYN WROTE A SON0).
rth of Th Vriody of Uewsusl In
terest t Mus ciSrs.
Horriei,,es the ty ( low a f9
ir a.r lam Ui b- written a alii-i as
lr.t r-tng as tf e srr,g l".f. says the
Nw Vn Hun. Tsle a of "J!
V, as Not Ijl u -ri.fct In the 0;de I
kys." A or;g r:;'y written, n was
not in l he rwe of -Ihe Yankee Cx
"l" at a'l lba at the I rut refci-r!
In i'sitiinn Mr. fisiag comi liel (.i
he d d not lx !;ee tbat tiere was
s r in the pl-c that wyuld make ao la
Alfred Kobyn, the rorcpofcer. lt the
theater slk at berx that llsy and
telephone down to swne frii-iii!s at
Nantuket that be was lotting down
to sfiend the night. The thro esrld
son of hi hostess happened to say
that Mr. Robyn, who has a great r-pj-tati-in
among his friends as an im
Iirovlfcor, was coming. "He the toa
who can make the piano talk f r you!"
she remarked to the child, whereupon
tbe youngster promptly refused to go
to br-d. Try as bis ttrtber mtglt, the
kid stubbornly refused.
As soon as Mr. Robyn arrived the
child said: "Can you make our pii.no
ray 'rapa' and 'rr.arca.ar " The com
poser sat down and having heard of
the situation from the mo'her prompt
ly improvised a few lines of an air
which she sane to tie words:
rxiu't you think that it tima
For you to go to rd.
You curly-heade! little boy."
May Take Engiisn Training.
PKKi.V. A pro;jo4il is now bef r
the rmpiTor of China to fend the stu
dent f tbe naval college to the Brit
ish admiral at Shanghai fir a course
to ct rk A ct-t ir nrr l
Tfck hfi'a v.ib'v r&a.(a A .. Crvr-
r -i rr'ti4 ir ac - !r tl lav a V- i-sre. h. W.
la .-Vt .aiaaw,ne ! aati av Si a &M-.
A Rood man gone wrong i s:mp!y a
tad man J':tt found ou.
Moro Flexible and Lasting,
wen't shake out or bbjw out; by usirg
L-ef.ari-e Msnn u i-l'isin t--t'er re
sult than p:Me wnh any ether
brand and oiif-ii.ird more tr aamo
Nearly ever yspics'.er claims to t-e
single from choice.
Tou never hear any cre complain
about 'Isef anr-e Ftarrh." There is nur
to equal It In quart'.? and quantity. It
ounces. I cents. Try it now and aave
When "the gixd things of life" are
our best things they Ixtttme our worst.
Pise's Cure for OonMiir.plioa ts so taJaT.fbts
meil'.cine fur n.urs,ii coi. - N. W. avaraia.
OirkB tirove. S. J . I'eav. IT, 1-we.
We have no d.fiicul-y in makics
hfht tf other people troublvs.
Yon can ti i! you are in for a iirger
cut sickness as swu as yoa l-?.n t )
tuffr from fceadfci te, cct:j at ion,
biltousr.ess, tr.. unless you qvjl.-kly
take I.ir. Cs'lweils Caxativei ?yrjp
I'epsin. This ir.!t suc--s'f ul cure for
all disorders of jour digestive or
gans, never ftHs to g.ve re! f
from all the irrnsr.t poisons, kept in
by clogged bowels, liver and kidneys.
Sold by all dmg.:is at I-and $I.od.
Money back If It fails.
It Is up t oa man to pay h:s rest or
get a move on himself.
Ina.it on Gs'.tmg It.
Pima grocers say the) don't keep
TsefiBnce Ki4.re-h This Is Sasrsus they
have a ei.wk on hand ut other brands
eonisinlrg only Si os In a
whlrh they won't le able lo -!) nrst.
beeause lseOance contains 1 ct. tr
the same m.-ney.
IH you want 1 os. instes 1 of 11 es.
I for same money? Thn buy Lnnw
Elarxh. liruuiies no cooking
Never aten.pt to smoke a gift c'tar
In tho prentice of the dvwir ui,f
you have perfect s.-lf-conirxv'.
People Looked at Her in Amaieinent
Pronounced Incurable Fac
Now Cltar at Ever Thanks
Cod for Cut cura.
Mrs T IlsrkeH. of 4 Van Burefl
Ft.. Itrooklvq. , V. ssjs: "I wish
to give Ihunks for the marvelous cure
of my mottsr by C'utlcura. 8h had
a severe ulcer, which physictaaa had
I roiioiniciNi tnrura'. le. It was a ter
rible d sfiguri n.et.t. and pi'-opl wmld
stand In an steii ei t snj Kai k after
her. After there was no hope trom
Cociors she begsn nlng t'ut.cura
Soap. Oir.tniect. and fills, aud row.
Ihstik Jod. she Is romplete!y crjrvd,
and her fac la as smoo; h and clear
a ever "
Th man mho puts li4rt (ni. t:
nc.rW a gtt fc.-aj ta it.
AU mws-sa. kr .K. V1 lt.tM,wM I .SJ-ks
f ntlMiMii V. Xk. -Aafl ,A ss.. r
U NI rfEDS T rAT E S
now a fact.
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mi tS a- j UK ki tX Msi
ksafstti ft rt,''-
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t-S ilk M i
vi ;t k i 4 kaMa p-r - r
mm tt h.c4 .ari.4iaa4 '.e,wi
mp l fmr nK v pm9 mmmm M
nt s.a tHit - mm NHtw4 i mAJma.
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ttmmm mj vWr mm wmjnmmmmm
fft a aii Wsitw ft Ibcfttw mmmmm mm
ipft M f ftvi m-M Mt Sl hto S ftwftg
rTTtf l"al li'.-Tai1 tlttjei. I .... a. we
BlIaSti-M.- .t. I Sm.a,-( .,ajte
f wmrttlOO - ku a...1 Inaua,
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Miss Rose Peterson, Secretary J
Parkdale Tennis Club, Chicago, from ex
perience advises all young girls who have
pains and sickness peculiar to their sex. to use
Lydia E. Pmkham's Vegetable CcmpcxL
How maty teautifzl girls dereif? irto r m, lL-t. xi
hoi?k"s xro.n n, gim;i!y becacis rui iett :ii.:i'. Lm i levn fal
to tlitlr jbysuaj develottiiieot. y0 woman is xtrpt Irr.ra ;iysi.4l
ve&tn-s. &nl periodic iljx, a-n-i jovr.g jfirlj j"t bvl iu wsi.tjs
bcxxl should be caref-aT.y gTiiIed jtysically . tU vxs
If yon know of anjyoun; lady or bo 1 sick, and nd nsotb-rly
gdrirr, ask her to write to ?Ir. I'inLhant at L ; ts n, Mas-, wi b iil
give her advice fiw, from a toorc of knowlfd;f m hk h i
iuiilled in tbe country. Io not .ue-witate aUt stjvtiny deu.'s
vt Li h one may not like to talk about, asd which are casaential for
m full underslaii Jioj of tbe fast.
IhtAm 3fR. PrxKna: I ft-el it is tr.y dty to
tnit and tell ym r-f the U-t?Dt 1 have dinvti Ima yur a ivi ami
the use of Lj'dla 1- l'lnkliam Vex"alle CotupotiniL. Tie! rx;c
ii in v tack and womb Lsi al k f: an, and BiV c-ra!.;r.iji3 tp.wbie U
correited. 1 am very thankful tr th ps-d a Ivs, yoa r ml I
th:v!l rt-i-ommt-iel vt.ur tilifif totCl abo wuUer f n'm fctue wreak.'-.
AlibsFaicMB Kmi s,l-i (.Uswr M, L'.tic Uxk,Ait'4ltc. 11'A.'.)
Lydia H rir.Vbam' Vegetable Compound will cure any
woman In tbe land who suffers from womb trouble. tarUistina-U-n
of the ovarle. kidney trouble, arrvoun eiritabiUty. nfrxoua
prxsstratton, and all forms of woman iecial US.
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l-.s WS t , J
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H If , k rsst rM tktM4, W
Also tie New -HOT tPHlN0 ICIAU." !eie at U l Nc-wa.
arrne la Hrt ff i t ttreakfaat. Tkrv.ega S'.-eyrf. Inaer
as! Thair far ta "V So'ta. IJttl R.vk wad U. t Spr-.a.
Tot lv.ebk. lvf asd Pac ftc feast KViats a: 10. v a ai xa4 I J) p. m
Kvr i-t-a aa4 Way t'attoes I :i a as. aa4 J a u.
To jexirgtva. e.'a'.'.a asd Way Sta'.io. I ii x a. and i vkl f. tn.
Letaworta. Atckis.a asd $t JoMpb. t ii. t o. id a ai J t vo a, as
Fw Kiowa, Wkkit aa4 Way S'.attaa. 11 vl. sues, sa.l t ) Ji a tw.
Fvmt lcal Oapoa THkets, Mefia t ar l-ertss 4 a'l lfvr !ua
UNION DEPOT OR CITY TICKET OFFICE
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