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UcvteMBt Charles lVterson, Hook tad
Uitor Co. No. 21, writes the following Jet
Icr ta.Tfc lVrana Medicine Co., from 837
Munt avenue, Chlcao,'Hl..
"La Mr 1 had tvr attack o( la
riff which, left at very weak, o that 1
wa aaable to perform aiy duties. Several
f ay frtendt advised me to build op on
Parana, and 1 found H br far the lineal
tenia and iaviaoralor I hid ever used. In
two week I waa strong and well, and if erer
leaks and iaviforator I had erer uicd.
reek I waa strong and well, and u erer
. exposed to unusual hardship Incident
rith my dutiee at firra. I take a dote or two
f reran and) find that it keepa me in good
it Rawaa-4 fie,
Tfca raadera of this pP will be p1ed
to learn that there i at Icaat one dreaded
u that ackaca haa been able to cure In
all iU stages, and that la Catarrh. Hall t
Catarrh Car l th only posillv cure
known to th medical fraternity. Catarrh
being a conttltutional dlsesse, require it
conatitutional treatment. Hall'a Catarrh
Cura la taken internally, acting directly
upon tha blood and mucous aurfnces of the
system, thereby destroying the foundation
of the disesse. and giving the patient
strength by building up the ronititulion and
aatliting nature In doing ita work. The
rroprietora hsve ao much faith in ita cura
Ive power that they offer One Hundred
Dollar for any case that it faila to cure,
Henri for Hit of tntltnonlila.
Address K. ). Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Hold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall'a Family 1'illa are the beat.
IMPORTANT EVENTS OF THE TERRITORY.
Lieut. Cha. Peterson.
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There are a great multitude of people in
all part of the land who hare entirely loit
their health aa a mult of la grippe; who
bare recovereu irom an aiiacK, oui nna
thrnttelve with weakened nerve, deranged
digestion, and with but very little of their
There ia no disease known to man that
leave the ysUm in such an outragcout and
exasperating rondition at la grippe.
For thia cm of aufferer, reruns i a sfie
riGc. Peruna should be taken according to
direction and in a few weeka the aulierer
will be entirely restored to hi accustomed
Addreta The Peruna Medicine Co., Colum
boa, O., for a free copy of "Facta and Facee."
DO YOU INTEND
to parens a P lano v Organ thl fall? If ao,
wa eaa aav you moner on sane. We are will
! to daaaonatrata ibis to you at aay time
Oaaaalafa GMaJqpr Prm Upum 7.Mt.
leiS-lJssaiaat St., Kiihi city, Mo.
Obtest aa largeat Muate Boaaa Ir & Weal
"Well, air." said the alangy man, "he
made me look like 30 ccnta."
lou ought not to complain about that,
for it i an improvement.
"What do jou mean!"
"Ordinarily you look like a nlekel."
Detroit Free lrt.
The Nickel Plate Itoad.
Dining Car service on American Railroad
haa undergone a number of change in the
method of serving meal in dining car. Many
leading road are now serving from cards
a-li-carte, whilst on the other great trunk
line the popular American plan of en
joying anything on the bill of fare and
paying the usual price of one dollar. In
recent year the "American Club" meal ha
come to the front, by which guests mav
choose from a dozen or more bill of fare,
neatly arranged in booklet form, ranging in
price from 35 cent to (1.00. This latter
plan it adopted by the Nickel Plate Itoad on
its through express trains between Chicago,
New York City and Ilotton, except on the
dining eara of that line, a choice may b
made from varioua club menus, or a se
lection may be made from them all, at
the price of the higher. In fact, it i claimed
for th Nickel Plate Itoad that it passenger
train service i eiual to the best, and that
ita combination dining car meala ia an ex
elusive advantage to patron of the Nickel
"Tibbs. I never hear you make any fun
of vour wife's cookintr."
"Well, no; ou see, ahe belongs to so
many cooking club that I do a good deal
of the home cooking mytalf." IndianapolU
The Ceaaa at 1BOO.
A booklet firing the population of all
citie of the United State of 23.000 and
over according to the census of 1000, haa
just been issued by the passenger depart
ment of the Chicago, Milwaukee A Kt. Paul
Hallway, and a copy of it may be obtained
by sending your address, with two-cent
atamn to pay pottage, to the (leneral Pa-urn
P;r Agent of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
aul Hallway, Chicago, 111.
"I mutt get a new tailaw," said Ooslin.
"Vour clothe seem to fit," commented
"Oh, they fit; but the beggiw actually
want to be paid faw them." Detroit Free
The Best Prescription for Chills
and Fever l n bottle of Gnovr.'a Tastm-km
Cnut. Tonic. His slmplylrannndniilninrln
austulcssform. No euro -no pay. I'rlcryYX:.
Allotment la Very Slow.
Guthrie. The discouraKlnR' report
comes fiom Anadaiko that but little
progress In being made In the allot
ment of tlio Klowaauil Comanche lamlo
otvlntr to the luclc of a nufilelent appro
priation to carry out tlio provisions of
the act of couurrta. A dUp-itch from
Anadarko to the Times-Journal says:
"Hut little progress Is belli; made in
the allotment of the Kiowa and Co
manche lands, owing to the lack of an
appropriation to carry out the provi
sions of the act. It Is hoped that the
necessary Inw may be put through V'y
tlio mlddlo of Jununry but Itrvlllprob
nbly bo Febriirary before tlio neccs
aary laws ate enacted. When tha bill
vrus pased It was Impossible to secure
an appropriation to carry out Its pro
vlftlona. It wns deemed belt just
lo work oa fust ns possible under
the general appropriation, which was
only 20,000, for ullotlngr purposes for
the entire Indian service. The secre
tary, therefore, kaut out a couple of
agents lo prepare tlio roll and get all
preliminary work In order. This ha
been done and a fow allotments have
been mndo, b'lt the agents are now no
l.undlcapped, owing to the absence of
an adequate surveying force, that little
progress Is being made. Mr. Fl.vnn
lipes to get an appropriation through
by the middleof January, but It may
be late In Fobrurary before the bill
becomes a law. It will take a couple
of weeka to put aurveyora In the Held
and two months to make the allot
ments. After that It wilt probably
take alz weeka to approve the allot
ments. Additional legislation will
also be needed to establish counties
and county seats. The bill will prob
ably provide also for a new land district.
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"Do tou know what'I did with my old
wagon i ' "No." "I sold it for a. hearse.
And now people are just d)ing to get to ride
in it!" St. Louis Republic.
To Care a Cold ia Oae Dar
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet. All
It I the easiest thing in the world to
see that wealth it a curse to long a the
other fc.low monopolize it. Chicago Daily
You rannot be cheerful If you have dys
pepsia. You won't bav dyspepsia If you
chaw "White's Yucatan."
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rjna. at JasilaMaUla sail ll aia' traairaaai
Having hitched your wagon to a star, keen
your eje )cel(-d lest the ttar run away with
jour wagon before you have time to c-limo
into the same. Detroit Journal.
Pito's Cure for Consumption is an Infalli
ble remedy for cough and colds. N. W.
Samuel, Ocean Grove, N. J., Feb. 17, 1000.
New rule of the Don't Worry club: If ou
are hungry', don't try not to worry about it,
but trv to net something to eat. Atchison
Bwrat and fruit acids will not discolor
Id by all drugglat.
goods dyed with Fctxam FinraM Dtij
"A thief stole all the harness from mv
stable last night!" "Didn't he leave a
trace?" St. Louis Republic.
If you with to have beautiful, clear white
clothes, ask for Red Cro.t ball lilue. Re
Of ail te practice of love, praise It th
most treacherous. Chicago Daily New.
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THIS FINE RAZOR WILL MAKE A
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Want Carnagl Library Plana.
Outhrle.-The following letter le
celved by Governor liarnei speak for
Washington, I). C, Nov. 7, 1000.
Don. C. M. Barnes, Governor of Okla
homa, Gu'lirie. O. T.:
Honorable and Dear Sir: The chief
of the mlsceltaneou. division, depart
ment of the interior, has called ray at
tention to the photograph which you
sent to him in connection with your
annual report of the plan of the Car-m-gie
Library. It it Is not nakinjr too
much, you would confer a great favor
on Alaska division of the United States
bureau of education if jou would have
made and mailed to us n blue print of
the elevations and floor plans.
I am very much pleased with the ex
terior of the building and think it a
very tins example to copy after in sim
ilar buildings In other parfs of the
United states. Hoping thai you may
be able to get them for us, I remain
General Agent of Education In Alaska.
Full Official Vot for Dole at.
Guthrie. The official returns from
nil the counties liavo been received and
the vote on delegate to Congiesa stand
aa follows: Flynn, republican, 3M&3;
Nrlf, fusion, 33.S3K; Tucker, socialist,
"HO; Allen, middle road populist, 730.
Flynn'o plurality, 4,714; majority 3.I.M
Vote polled 73,33?. Total vote In I8U8
43,831. This shows an increase In the
vole In I wo years of 37,531. Th legU
lature la as follows: House 10 republi
cans 3 democrat. 7 f unionists. Coun
cil i republicaus, 7 detn -crats, 1 popu
list. The returns fruin Heaver i-ounty
show u majority of 30V for Flynn.
From, returns received at the secetary'a
office It la apparent that Hlu-imuu,
whoa election in the ninth repre
sentative distrlet the republicans have
claimed, 1- ilcfmUd by Nesbit, demo
crat, by a majority of 34.
Live) Stock Sanitary Board.
Guthrie. At a meeting of Ihe lira
stock sanitary bonrtl at the governor'
office on the 13th, It was decided to
nnthorlra th governor ui appoint ud
tlttionat quarantln inspectors wher
ever needed along the Oklahoma line
to Inspect and admit cattle. If found
fiee from Texas fever ticks, during the
open season which comprises tha
months of November and December.
This action was taken In compliance
with the heavy demand for the services
of Inspectors and will greatly facilitate
tlio movement of rattle across the fed
crsl and territorial nuarhntlne lines.
At present only three tegular men are
employed by the board. Owing to lack
of funds, tho deputies to be appointed
must be paid by owners of cattle un
less they ileslro to wait for the services
of one of the three Inspectors who are
paid by tho territory. In which case
the service Is without charge. The
coti of the deputy inspectors was lim
ited by the resolution authorizing llieir
appointment, to S3 per day and neces
sary expense. This action of the
board will be highly commended by all
Pending the continuance of the open
season, the address of Secretary Gaudy
wilt be Gttthile, where he can be
rrsehed by wire or letter until the first
The proclamation concerning the ac
tion of the board is a follows:
"Whereas, It has ben found Impos
sible for the regular Inspectors to at
tend promptly to the demand for In.
pectlon from cattl interests of th
Ten I lory during the open season.
"It ia hereby provided lhataa many
deputy quarantine Inspector shall b
employed by the governor, during th
remainder of tha open season, aa may
be found necessary, with power to In
spect cattle, and upon whose report!
of Inspection the aecretary of the
board Is authorized to grant permits,
under the ame rules and regttlutlona
as have heretofore been made by this
board and by the law and such deputy
luspectors shall be authorised to re
ceive from the persons requesting such
inspections such fees per diem for the
time actually employed as aie pre
scribed by the law for the payment of
Inspectors, und their expeuses actually
Incurred und no more; and such deputy
Inspectors shall be required lo report
their action In each case of Inspection
to the secretary, In the same manner aa
Is required of inspectors and in ad-
dlrJn thereto shall report the amount
of fees per diem and expenses collected
from each person applying for such inspection.
"It is further ordered that from this
date until January I, 1001, the scute-
tary shall maintain hit. ofllce at Guth
rie, Oklahoma, and shall be allowed 13
per (Ham and reasonable and nrresaary
office expenses, subject to th ap
proval aud appropriation therefor of
funds by the legislature."
UK .PIOWtlDOK OF CnHBIBa
ha Kaw th 'of th !.
A young woman at a watering plac this
summer made a reputation aa a profaund
linguist in a rather odd manner. 8h
called one day at a Chinese laundry, where
ahe had left a shirt waist, but it could
not be found, at there wa no entry la
the book of hieroglyphic corresponding to
iter pink slip. Alter a halt nour a tetrcn
the Chinaman found the entry. A mistake
had been made, Ihe entry crossed out and
a new set of lueroghphics in tiny charac
ters placed below. She wat told that that
wiiit would be laundered immediately, and
the could have It the next day, aay th
Kansas City World.
The next day the young woman called
for it, accompanied by three other young
women. At the teathore the excitement of
a viit to the Chinese laundry it not to be
deipitcd. The Chinaman to whom the pink
slip wa presented was not the laundryman
)f the day before, and he experienced the
s.me dilliculty in finding the identiiyim
naraclers, finally saying: "Not In bsok."
Tre girl anrwered, calmly: "I can find It,"
and tne Chinaman allowed her to take the
book. Turning the leaves until ahe came
to the one that had hsd an entry crossed
out. tvith nnother in tlnv characters under
It, she handed It to the Chinaman. "There
It K ami. to nis surprise, ne louna it.
"You only lady I know snik Chinese," he
said. And the other girl looked upon her
The Oldest Banknote.
This note is in the posiewion of the Dank
of Kngland. It is dated December 10, 1(99,
and is for G35 pounds, but on account of ita
age same is made very valuable. One of the
nTtleit and most valuable stomach medicines
Ixfore the public is llottetter't Stomach Hit
ter. For the past fifty ) ears it has been the
standard of such remedies for dyspepsia, in
digestion, biliouinets, nervousness or in
somnia. It will effect a cure when faithfully
Comfnrtln-r Poor Papa.
A well-known business man whose head
is bare, yet who wears a luxuriant growth
of whisker, was being railed recently for
being bald by some of his intimate friend
in tho presence of hit small daughter. Lit
tle Mabel didn't understand that It was all
In jest, and craw'.ing upon her parent's hm
Snt her arms about hi neck and turned
efiantly toward his tormentors: "My pap
w'ud ruvver hav' hi ton hair on his chin,
wudn t you, papal" Chicago Chronicle.
Best far th Bowel.
No matter what ail )ou, h-adaehe to
cancer, you will never get well until your
howela are put right. Cascaret help nature,
cure )ou without a gripe or pain, produce
easy natural movements, cost you just 10
rents to start getting )our health back.
I'arrarets Candy Cathartic, the genuine, put
up in metal boxes, every tablet nat C. C. C
stamped on it. Ileware of imitations.
Robbs Too bad about Nobbs. Lost all of
his furniture because of a false alarm of
lire at his house.
Dobbs But if there wa no tire, how
couM his furniture be destroyed T
"Well, you see, Nobbs lirea in a suburban
town where they have a volunteer tire de
partment." Baltimore American.
A Nw City Hall
Oklahoma City. A cliy hall lo col
35, (XX), the latgrxt uud most imposing
building of the hind In Olcliihoius, ia
iiiuler construction nt the northwest
corner of lliouilway and Or-tuti avenue.
The bonds for construction were lniu
ed ami aold under an act of Congress
puMd last June, uutlinrlxln',- cities lu
OUIulioina having u population of not
Ip-Mi tliun 10,000 lu isaut bunds for such
purpose. Tin, building in .10x140 fret
mill tluer stories li'gli, with a basement
Oklahoma Qa Plant,
Oklahoma City. J. A. Jones, au
eaatern rapltullat, !iss decided to put
in u gas plaut at OkUlioiuu City. Tlin
gas will be used for licutlng, lighting
ami for steam fuel. He will employ u
number of new devices thut have beeu
recently patented In the inauufuctuie
of coal gas, ami will greutly cbeupeii
The plant when completed will coil
in the neighborhood of 80,O0U 1 1 Is
to le In opeiatiou lu six month.
Dootors to Moat Again In May.
Oklahoma City. Tlio Oklahoma Med
ical association I In session her. It
Is the semi-annual meeting of the
Ighth session. The attendance I only
fair. Many of those who were to read
papeiawere absent and the program
I consequently greatly shortened. The
association decided to hold Its annual
meeting at thia place the second Wed
nesday lu May, 10UI.
Burclar Work for Nothing.
At Manchester burglars forced ooen
the door of the lladger Lumber and
Hardware company' store and drilled
u hole Into -the door of the safe and
blew It to pUcea. Thar waa no mon
er In the ssfj and lb safe was not
locked i the bojt being but partly turn
ed and they hsd their work for nothing.
Would Ha.v Stat Control.
Tiie Antl-Sloon, league of Oklahoma
hat deulded to aeeure, If possible, Ihe
enactment of the South Carolina die
pentary liquor -law, which provldis
state control Of saloons, in Oklahoma
at tiie nest session of tho legislature,
Mrs. Hill' Acquitted.
KlngrHhcr. A special to the Guthrie
Canltat from here states that Mrs. Hill
was being triad for fairdr such was
not ihe vase. Bhfe w a tried for larceny
tad the jury rtrUrhtd a vardlct of not
"It is a good thing to give thanks
unto the Lord, aaa to sing praises unto
thy nsme, O Most High."
Oklahoma hss been blessed with au
other year of plenty; the garnered
harvest has been tnot bountiful; field
and orchard have yielded au abundance;
our people have enjoyed universal
prosperity; neither fnralne. pestilence
or storm have wrought havoc within
the borders of our territory; an Indi
viduals and as a people, wo have been
most singularly blessed;
Therefore, In grateful recognition of
the great mercies nnd bonntlfnl bless
ings of the Most High and In accord
ance with the proclamation of th
president of the United States, nnd a
custom In itself ao fit Hog aud hallowed
by long and glad observance, 1 hereby
appoint Thursday, Novembdr 2V, 1900,
aa n day of general Thanksgiving sfnd
prsyrr, nnd I do recommend to tlio peo
ple that on that day they assemble
In their usual place of worship and In
joyful reunions Around family hearth
stones, give thanks to Almighty God
for the; blessings with which he has
tilled and crowned the year, aud let
those who have plenty remember those
who may be in want, that the day may
nbouml in act of benevolence and
charity that the hungry he fed
the sorrowing comforted.
Let us observe this day uilh a
realization that tiie stability and
pettitty oi our government and our
Iree institutions rests upon Ihe faith
nf tlm eople in n lilglier power, and
the declaration that all men are created
free and equal, and members of a uni
Given under my hand and seal nt
Guthrie, the capital of the Territory of
Ottlahnma, this 10th day of November,
A. D 1900. C. M lUlUfKl.
lly the Governor, Governor.
W. M. Jknkinn,
Secretary of the Territory.
"What are you nosing around that At
lantic cible for!" said the lobster to the
"Ob." said the latter, nonchallantly.
"merely picking up a few ocean currents."
Detroit Free 1'reit.
Laugh, and the world iUughs with you;
weep, and it laughs behind jour back.
If it wa not for the Australian ballot sys
tem a good many men would not make their
mark in this world. Indianapolis Newt.
Hod Cross Bnll Blue 1 th best In the
world. Largo 3 ot. package cost" 8 cents.
The traveler in s detert it a well-wither.
Chicago Daily News.
A man never get any enjoyment out of a
love affair unlcm he hat company; a woman
ran fall in lure with a prince in a book, but
a man can't. Atchison Globe.
Opposed to Vivisection. Little M!ms
F.thel "And how much are the guinea pigs,
please?" Naturalist "Two and six apiece,
raiM." Little Mix Kthe!-"Oh, but we want
a whu'e one." -Punch.
Bad Example. "My store began wed,"
said the disgusted golfer, "but it turned out
very badly.' "If it heard the language
jou'f been using it ln't surprising that it
turned out badly." Philadelphia Press.
A continued story In a magazine U like
a popular man: It is exploited awhile in
Ihe first psge, with many iiiclures, but
later on it appear in tin back pages with
out picture. Atchison Globe.
"A pointer," announced tlicimi, bring
ing the morning' mail, "from Salnburyl"
"Dog of an infidell" cried the court jeter.
"Pointer, you know. Dog! See? Ha, ha!"
"Hit, ha!" laughed the u,tun, and thought
no more about it. Detroit Journal,
Askit "Whatever became of that pa
tient of your ton were telling me about
last snrinir!" Dr. Soakiin "Oh. he' sot a
loinnlaint now that's giving me a great ileal
of trouble." Askil "Indeed: what is it!"
Dr. Soakuin "It a lomplaint ntwut the
amount of my lull." Philadelphia Prci.
Hints lo Young Mtn. At a formal even
ing nffair it is not deemed polite to ask
lady with whom you have danced but onco
if "lie wear store teeth. At old provincial-Ism-i.
Say shop teeth rather than -toro
teeth, if ton would be thought wHI-brrd.
So Sweet of Her. "I can't have loal all
ii) good looks," raid Mits Northmde to her
Itest friend, Mis Shadsidr, "for I tan still
obtain a sent in a iro wiled street car."
"Oh, well," replied .Mis Slisilyide, "jou
know the men will gltc i-eatt to old agent
well a juiithfnl beaut)." Pitttsjurgli
Crime I Rampant.
A dispatch from Oklahoma Clt.v say
Indian territory papets are predicting
that liislde of three months the terri
tory will again be the refuge of ull out
laws and fugitives from justice. Tlier
I precious little low now In some parts
of th te-illory, and If matters get
much worse every man will have to
look out for himself. A very large per
cent of the people are law abiding and
depreuiate outlaw act. Hut they can
not afford to condeiu misdemeanors
too strongly, when it teems to them
that many acta which are ulasted ai
tnlideraeranora are Just and proper.
The Dawes commltslon finished lis
work at Claremore on the ISth snd at
once proceeded lo Chelsea where It
will camp for one week. From there
it will go to Tahlequuh, where It will
finish the work In th Cherokee nation,
with the exception of the Cherokee
frcedmen, which goes over until next
M. II, Haker wanted at Oklahoma
City for obtaining money under false
prtnfes, Is under arrest st" Norfolk,
Vs. Ha will b brought hack to Okla-
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bUIUJUUlUt id cBvauusueu.
Hor doctor has made a mistake.
flhn InsiAst fftltVt tinnn vtantafiaa 4tia .mi .-. .-i.I.l
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