Pauls Valley Sentinel (Pauls Valley, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 29, 1905 Page: 6 of 18
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ADDS TO SPLENDOB
MEN OF BUSINESS RECOGNIZE
ADVANTAGES OF ACETYLENE.
Famous Summer Hotel, the Grand
Union of Saratoga, Has Installed
This Best of AM Artificial Lights-
Means Increased Comfort ana
Saratoga, June 27.—The very name,
"Saratoga," brings to every mind
health-giving springs, unsurpassed
hotels and beautiful drives. It
ha3 been for many years the
Mecca for all who admire nature,
enjoy good living, and are searching
for health, or are simply taking a va-
The Grand Union, the largest sum-
mer hotel in the United States, set
among gTeen trees with its long wings
enclosing a court with fountains and
flowers, grass and trees, music and
light, is throughout the season throng-
ed with guests. With the progressive
spirit always shown by its manage:
ment, the Grand Union has again add-
ed to its attractiveness by introduc-
ing acetylene gas to make still more
brilliant the evening hours. The ge-
nial proprietors believe in furnishing
their guests with the best of every-
thing, and now, after investigating
and finding that Artificial Sunlight
can be had, they have installed a com-
plete acetylene gas plant to produce
it, and have connected upwards of six
thousand acetylene burners in and
about the house and grounds to this
little gas plant.
Like many discoveries of recent
years, which are coming into popular
favor, acetylene, one of the most re-
cent, is very simply produced. It is
adapted for use wherever artificial
light is needed and the necessary ap-
paratus can he understood and oper-
ated by anyone.
The generator in which Acetylene
is produced by the automatic contact of
carbide and water might be termed a
gas plant, as it performs all of the func-
tions of a city gas plant. The acet-
ylene generator can be purchased for
a few dollars and in any size, from
one adapted to furnish acetylene to
ten or a dozen burners for a cottage,
up to the large but still simple ma-
chine such as is now furnishing
Acetylene for sif thousand burners
in the Grand Union.
Outside of large cities the use of
Acetylene is guite common. The
cwner of the country home now de-
mands running water, gas and other
conveniences which a few years ago
were considered as luxuries, and
acetylene gas has met his require-
ments, afid gives him a better and
cheaper light than is ordinarily fur-
nished in cities.
It is well known that rooms lighted
with Acetylene are more comfortable,
because cooler, and more healthful be-
cause the air is not vitiated.
Flustering the Teacher.
"Now in order to subtract," ex-
plained the teacher to the class in
mathematics, "things have to be al-
ways of the same denomination. For
instance, we couldn't take three apples
from four pears, nor six horses from
nine dogs." A hand went up in the
back part of the room. "Teacher,"
shouted a small boy, "can't you take
four quarts of milk from three cows?"
It Murders Laziness.
"Take a few doses and watch yonr
energy increase—also your appetite.
Work will be a pleasure and pleasure
not an empty name. Life has new
charms to those who use Simmon's
f rasaparilla for it supplies health
from which all happiness must spring.
Use it and feel yoursell grow."
"I don't see what you find so attrac
tfve in that young man," said one
girl. "He is neither handsome nor
intellectual." "No," answered the
other," but he has the reputation of
buying lovely engagement rings."—
Battle with Weeds.
/ have always considered the battle
with weeds the principal one for the
farmer to fight on his arable land.
The more he fights weeds the more
is the ground kept stirred and the soil
water saved for the crop. In the cul-
tivation necessary for the destruction
oi weeds he is at the same time gain-
ing a double advantage over the con-
ditions that would grow worthless
plants in the place of valuable ones.
An old farmer looked over my fence
one day and said to me, "I regard you
as a pretty good farmer, but I have
noticed that there is one crop that
you never seem to be able to grow
successfully." I asked him what it
was, and he replied, "the weed crop."
I was glad to find out that I had won
the reputation of being unable to
grow a weed crop. I really believe
it is easier to keep down all weeds
than to keep down most of them. If
all of them are kept down there is a
feeling that the crop of whatever is
being grown has all the possible ad-
vantage that can be given to It.—
Amos Dibble, Clinton Co., 111.
Early Blight of Potatoes.
This is a disease that is widely prev-
alent. It is confined to the leaves
and the green stems and begins to ap-
pear at about the time the tubers be-
gin to form. It may be suspected
is the home where good cooking is
loved, where the family enjoy the
finest of biscuits, doughnuts, cakes,
and pies and other good things every-
day. The baking is always delicious
and wholesome because
K C Baking Powder
—the baking powder of the wave
circle, is used.
Get K C to-day! 25 ounces for
25c. If it isn't all that we claim,
your grocer refunds your money.
Send for "Book of Presents."
JAQUES MFG. CO.
[STAR BRAND SHDEI ARE BEITER
"OUR FAMILY ** SHOES
SL.J 5 T r and tbe price will please you an well. They sr<? wade of
lltn t# 55^1.? . haTP and snap. Ask your dealer to show you the "Family"
line. If ha does not handle it write to ns direct and wo will tee thai you oro supplied
f?06LRTS, JoH D sxBa U
COTTON GINNING MACHINERY
We Make the Best.
We Make the Largest Line in the World.
We have inoro well pleased and happy customers than all other
makers combined, because they are making money. You know the
MUNGER, PRATT, EAGLE, WINSHIP and SMITH goods.
We make them. Write us for prices x catalogue.
CONTINENTAL GIN COMPANY, DALLAS, TEXAS
earlier if the plants seem to be grow-
ing slowly. It is first noticed on the
leaves by the formation of grayish
brown spots, which soon become hard
and brittle. The disease progresses
slowly, the spots gradually becoming
larger, especially along the edges of
the leaflets. At the end of ten days
or two weeks half of the leaf surface
may be brown, withered and brittle,
while the rest is of a yellowish green
color. The tubers stop growing al-
most as soon as the leaves are at-
Spray with Bordeaux mixture as
soon as the first signs of the disease
are seen. This is made by dissolving
4 pounds of copper sulphate and 4
pounds of fresh lime in 50 gallons of
water. The addition of 8 ounces of
Paris preen will destroy the potato
bugs at the same time.
The Coming Dry Time.
The dry time in summer
may be made one of the
most useful times of the year.
Then is when the fields may be ex-
amined to find out where are the
springy places. When the whole land
Is wet one is likely to be deceived as
to what are the wettest places, but
not in the dry time of summer. This
Is the time of digging ditches for
drains, and for this work there is no
other suitable time except the dry
time of summer.
NO MONEY TILL CURED. 28 YEARS ESTABLISHED",
We (coil FRfcE and postpaid a JS^-pife treatise on Piles. Flitult aad Diseases of tbe |
Rectum; a'so 112-pije IIIhs. treatise on Dl«cas<< ( Women Of the t on-ands cured by
on m id method, none paid a real till cured -we furilsh their ramea 01 applicatua
DfSa Thornton & Minor; and9idkl otk8st°,fkANT8AsQciA. moJ
Made a Satisfactory Trade.
An Osage man traded his next-door
neighbor a good horse for an old
piano Monday. The horse was worth
twice the value of the piano, but the
man figured he is ahead because he
has the instrument now where it can
not be played.—Kansas City Times.
This Is So.
"There are numerous forms of skin
trouble; many of which produce al-
most intolerable itching. If afflicted,
you are not looking for a name for
your trouble, but a cure. We can (ell
you—Hunt's Cure. It is the one quick
and sure specific for any kind of skin
disease and all forms of itching known.
One application relieves—one box ab-
solutely guaranteed to cure."
The cn)y time we feel important is
when we are on a train going through
i little town, and the train doesn't
When Your Grocer Says
ho does not have Defiance Starch, you
may be sure he is afraid to keep it un-
til his stock of 12 oz. packages ars
sold. Defiance Starch Is not only bet-
ter than any other Cold Water Starch,
but contains 18 oz. to the package and
for same money as 12 brant's.
troubled with ills peculiar to ti"'■ i
their ser, used as a douche is marvelouslysuc-
cessful. Thoroughly cleanses, kills disease germs,
(tops discharges, heals inflammation and local
soreness, cures lencorrhcea and nasal catarrh.
Paxtine is in powder form to be dissolved in pore
water, and is far more cleansing, healing, germicidal
nd economical than liquid antiseptics for all
TOILET AND WOMEN'S SPECIAL USES
For sale at druggists, 00 cents a box.
T is! Box and Book of Instructions Free.
The «. Paxton Company Boston. macs.
AN r ttD.-For the U. S. Army, able-bodied
H unmarried men, betw«en ages of 21 and
(6; citizens of United Stales, of good character
md temperate habits, who can upeak, read and
h rite Engli-ih. For information apply to Ho-
fruiting Officer, Postoffice building, Oklahoma
City, Ok la , or Tulsa, Jud. Ter.. Enid, shiir
lea or Guthrie. Okla.
U afflicted with
Jore eyos. Mae
[Thompson's Eye Water
W.N.U.—Oklahoma City—No. 26, 1905
£ PtSO'S CU RE FOR
CUHJ.WIIm nil list OILS.
. laaie G<*xi. I
1 by druggist*.
Beat CoubIi Syrup. Tastea'G'
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