The Blackwell Sun. (Blackwell, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 6, 1905 Page: 2 of 8
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The only high
at a moderate
plies with the
pure food laws
of all states.
Trust Baking rowdeni
m<ll fur 48 or SO dnts per
pound nnd m»y »»' Wen-
tilted bjr Uils exorbitant
price. They uro u menace
to public health, as food
prepared from them con
tains large quantities of
Rochelle salts, a danger-
ous cathartic drug.
French Authorise* Fire Usual Salute
and Extend Courtesies — Remains
Will be Embarked at This Port Im-
To Explore Alaska.
Accompanied only by Indian guides
and Interpreters, Dr. George 11 (Jor-
don, curator of tIt** section of Ameri-
can archaeology and general ethnol-
ogy of the Kr**e Museum of Science
and Art of the University of Pennsyl-
vania. will spend the summer among
the wild tribes of unexplored Alaska.
l)r Gordon, whffis to travel more than
4,000 miles, is being sent out by the
department of archaeology to tiring
hack specimens for the museum.
A large S or puckaif- lt«d fro** Hull Hint• onlv
• oeui* The Kusa CVMnpouy. South Ikuid, bid.
Defense With Wooden Leg.
A cripple In Newry. Ireland, had
some trouble with two policemen, and
he defended himself by unscrewing
his wooden leg with which he knock
ed out his foes
Insist on Getting It.
grocer* say they don t
Some grocer* say they don't keep
|Defiance Starch because tliev have *
•to,-a in hand of I-' ox brands, which
they know cannot Is- sold to .1 citato-
mer who has once used the Hi ox.
pks Defiance titareb for same money
• Half Rate for Veterans.
Most of the Western railroads have
answered favorably the request of the
dcpiirtmeni commander of the (!. A.
iR, that veterans tic granted a half
fare rate The Kansas legUlaturi
last winter requested the railroads 'o
make such 11 rate, and the (J. A U.
-will push Mi nuttier. It is expected
that the rule will soon be pul Into i f
The World's Greatest Skin Soap—Ths
Standard of Every Nation of
Cherbourg. July 3.-Tbe American
squadron, consisting of the armored
cruiser Brooklyn (Mag ship) and two
protected cruisers Chattanooga, I a-
ramo and Galveston, which was de-
tached from I he North Atlantic Meet
and placed under the command of
Hear Admiral Slgsbec to escort to the
United States the remains of Admiral
John l’aul Jones, arrived at this port,
where the remains will he embarked.
All the vessels were granted pratique
by the French authorities upon their
Upon entering Ihc harbor the Brook-
lyn flred a national salule of tweut.’
guns and after the return or ibis sa
lute from the arsenal the flagship flred
fifteen guns In honor of Vice Admlra.
Besnon, commander in chief of the
French northern squadron.
The passage of the war ships was
made at hii average speed of 13 knots
in all weather, nearly the entire run
being In an area of low barometric
pressure with consequent thick and
rainy weather. The squadron mala
tained Its formation In column
throughout, stopping only once and j
then only to transfer some men from |
the Tacoina to the Brooklyn.
The Brooklyn communicated by
wireless telegraph with the Ham-
burg American line steamer Deutsch-
land, eastward bound, late Monday. |
and with the American line steamer
New York, westward bound, at about
the same time.
Under the management of the bur-
eau of equipment, interesting ex-
periments were made In wireless
telegraphy, various types of receivers
being installed on board the Brook-
A message from Cape Cod was re
reived 1,040 miles at sea, although
the weather conditions were not fa
During the voyage Hear Admiral
Slgsbec communicated the signal to
the squadron all details for the land
ing of a guard of honor as an escort
to the remains from Fails to 1 her
bonrg This escort will Include more
thnn 500 men under arms.
on board the Brooklyn a catafalque
was constructed on the port side of
Hie gun deck Immediately forward of
the cabin. The casket will rest on a
wooden dais. Mourning curtains are
draped In double Adds, and the can
opy on the Inside is decorated with
French and Russian ensigns and an
American jack, representing the three
naval services In which Admiral Jones
held command. The caskel will h<
draped with an American ensign and
the catafalque with a silk American
Mag provided by the Daughters of the
American Revolution, through their
president. Mrs. Donald Mel.ean
Tornado Insurance Claim* at Philipa-
burg Already $25,000.
Phllipsburg. Kan., July 3.—Sixteen
houses, valued at about $25,000, were
destroyed by Tuesday evening's tor-
nado. Outbuildings, barns nnd live-
stock of equal value were destroyed,
while thousands of acres of wheal and
corn are a total loss. Crop losses can-
not be accurately estimated. Claims
for Insurance are being tiled rapidly,
and now aggregate about $25,000.
There are rumors that four persons
near the Nebraska line are missing,
and are supposed to have been killed.
The death list remains the same as
yesterday. T. Nelson, whose home
was destroyed, bad $800 In cash in the
house, and tills was lost. The tornado
is known to to dipped again after hav
ing passed over tills city, and some
damage was done in Brooks county,
but no loss of life is reported, and but
little destruction of property.
Will Let Takahlra Anil Komura I’raxent
HU Demand* at Conference— Meet
Auguit, to tl»« SaggMtlon of President
SECRETARY HAY DEAD
Newbury. N. II..July 1.—Secretary
of State Joltn Hay died this morning
at 1 The signs immediately pre-
ceding his death were those of pul-
monary embolism. Mr Hays condi-
tion nil of Friday had been entirely
The bulletin of Secretary Hays
death was signed by ( buries L. Scud
dec, M. IV. and Fred T. Murphy, M. IV
Mrs. Hay ami Doctors Seudder and
Murphy were at the secretary’s bed-
side when the end came.
PECULIAR JUDGMENT OF COURT,
Man Musi Kiss His Wile Once Each
Day And Send Her Flowers.
Brooklyn, July 3.—George Lindsey
of this city was before Magistrate
Higginbotham today charged by his
wife with having abandoned her and
"1 sentence you to spend one day
a week with your wife and child In
Prospect Park or at Coney Island,
Magistrate Higginbotham said. "You
accompany your wife and watch the
baby play. Don't speak to each other.
All you have to do is watch the baby
"Yes. sir," Lindsay said, fumbling
1 "And. IJndsay. you are further sen
| fenced to kiss your wife once each
day." continued the magistrate. "You
might also take her a hunch of Mow-
ers once a week, so that she will have
some thing pleasant to look at. 5 <>u
are also to pay her *0 a week for four
weeks. This sentence must lie car
rled out. If It Is not you will be in
contempt of court and I shall punish
"You and your wife are to come
back here one nionih from today and
, let me know how the court’s sentence
is being carried out.”
In addition to the sentence Magls
(rule Higginbotham specified that all
mothers in law were to stay away
from the Lindsay home.
Washington, June 2fl.—Russia lias
given reassurances of its intentions in
the peace negotiations bv placing the
president in possession of the tenta-
tive seleetion of her plenipotentiaries
as follows: M. Nelidoff. Russian am-
bassador at Paris, and Baron Rosen,
the newly appointed Russian ambassa-
dor at Washington. Russia thus hav-
ing taken the initiative, it is believed
Mr. Takabira, the Japanese minister,
during bis call at the White house
informally told the president that
Japan’s selections also tentative, were
Baron Komura. the Japan minister for
foreign affairs, and Kogoro Takabira,
the Japanese minister at Washington.
Official announcements of the names
of the plenipotentiaries is withheld
for several reasons. Nelidoff s health
may not permit him to make the trip
and pressure of official work may ne-
cessite the presence in Tokio of llaroii
Komura. Mr. Takabira and Baron
Hoscn are regarded 11s the certainties,
and the belief is that unless something
unforseen should occur, both Ihissia
and Japan will consent to the official
announcement of the personnel of the
Washington conference within a few
davs. In any event both missions will
consist of many adviser- including
army and possibly naval officers and
officials from the foreign offices in
Tokio and St. Petersburg. It is ex-
pected altogether each mission may
number ten or twelve. Should six
plenipotentiaries bo chosen, both Rus-
sia and Japan have names under con-
sideration which will enable them to
announce their third plenipotentiaries
Dainty-Dellciou* Attractive to the Eve
and satisfying to the appetite
Ox Tongue. Potted Chicken. Deviled Ham.
Dried Beef. Brisket Beef. Lunch Tongues.
Soups. Corned Beef Hash-all as good as
they are wholesome. Ea.sy to serve
Th* liookM. "tfcv t<> Make (iood Tttingt to faf »<-»« frte.
Libby. McNeill & Libby Chicago
—int dcdi vualii 1 m TB. mm » -»^
STRAIGHT 5*016 AR -always jreliab le
Dealers supplied l»y tlieir jobber or direct from * rank I .
,TH£ UMIT IN &ATHEBJ
Simply the Limit.
IT S IN A CLASS BY
ITSELF. IT HAS
WAVE RED FLAG.
Rioting Numerous In Many Peris of
ARE LOOKING TO OYSTER BAY
Millions of the world's best people
whc Uutlcur* Soap, assisted bv 1 utl
curs Ointment, the purest and sw.-.t
est of cmollcnt sktn cures, for preserv-
ing, purifying and beautifying tho
akin, for clcsn-lng the scalp of crusts,
Beales and dandruff and the stopping
of falling hair, for softening, whiten
lug and soothing red. rough and sore
hands, for baby ra lies, itching* and
cbaMnga. ami many sanative, antisep-
tic purposes which readily suggest
themselves to women. > specially
mothers. II* well as for alt the pur-
pres of the toilet, balli and nursery.
Transport Logan Sail*.
San Francisco, July 3.—The l tilted
Slates army transport Logan sailed
for the Philippines She carried 150
passengers. 171* enlisted men of I'om
panic* A and B, Flnt battalion of
engineers: JG4 enlisted men of the
First squadron of the Eighth eavalry,
«55 men of the Third squadron of the
Seventh cavalrv and iwo companies
of the Tenth Infantry.
Diplomats Anxiously Await the An
nouncement of Plenipotentiaries.
Washington. July 1.—Diplomats in
Washington are looking to Oyster 1> (>
for the official announcement within
the next few itays of the Plenipoten-
tiaries who will represent Russia and
J a pan at the Washington conference.
The president I* in communication
wjth the Russian embassy and the
Japanese legation by telegraph, and
it is learned tonight that progress I*
being made, but that no definite dale
for the announcement ts suggested.
Mr. Pierce conferred today with Mr.
Darling, the acting secretary of the
navy, regarding Hie entertainment ot
the envoys on board the Mayflower.
Warsaw, June '-’S. Disorderly crowds
ire thronging the streets. I bey
erected barricades at Ogrodovva.
Krocbmaina and Wronfa streets, on
tup of which they placed red flags.
The police and soldier* stormed these
barricades and ten persons were
wounded by bullets or bayonets. An-
other affray took place at Zela/na
street, where Cossacks charged the
crowd and wounded three persons.
In the central market a crowd at-
tacked a patrol with revolvers, to
which the patrol replied with volleys,
killing a boy and wounding three
Lodi. — Since the proclamation of
martial law the situation has become
The rumor of an approaching massa-
cre of Jews has caused 20.000 of them
to leave the town.
Scattered i*a*«*s of riolin^r reNtilt
of the insurrectionary spirit continue.
One of these occurred in the old I’m
testant cemetery, when a patrol was
flred on from behind a wall. The pa-
trol charged and killed twelve per-
sons. Business is at a standstill and
all traffic has been stopped.
A ease of disaffection among the
troops was reported when the officers
if one regiment informed their com-
mander that they would refuse to tire
an defenseless jnsiple. *1 he regiment
was at once transferred to another
.......... NO COMPETITION
It is ALL Style, Service. Comfort, and is the Top Notcher of Lie
“ALWAYS JUST CORRECT”
CLOVER BRAND SHOE
$rr%unfr-£niarts $1)0? <£fl.
____— _. .. — cmoc fxGlUSIVISTS
tARQEST SIN* SHOE CXCtuSIVI»T3
ST. LOUIS. U. »- A.
ST. LOUlt- U- »• a. |
IF YOUR HAS NT ITWTUTE TO U&J
Conviction Follows Trial
Saw Wood and Say Nothing.
l,ooints was guilty of grave India
crotiou So was Bowen. Loomis
kept quiet and hi* offense was con
doued Bowen raised a row und was
flred out. Moral «»»’ wood and say
«o know the great merit* «f Alabartine. the
fla iltary Walltoatlng N• >t a hoi or cold
vrntrr dtara breeding kah-"U»lne, hearing
a taocttul name
LET US HELP YOU.
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d r-.ni* i* »>"
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JUSTICE SMITH RESIGNS.
Become* General Attorney for the
Santa Fe Railroad.
Topeka. Kali.. July 1. W. R. Smith
resigned «* associate Justice of the
Kansas supreme court to become gen
era! attorney In Kan*** for the Atoh
Ison Topeka At Santa Fe rallruad. He
takes the place of A. A. Hurd, who,
becomes special counsel of the road.
Governor Hoch has appointed Silas
Porter of Kansas t'lty to lie associate
Justice hi Mr. Smith's place
ARE BURNING COBWEBS.
Killed by Lightning.
I’etitralla. Mo.. July 3. — A heavy
rain fell here lust night and today
accompanied by a wind storm Scv
oral mules and cattle were killed by
lightning. The prospects for a largi
yield of corn Is the best here durin,
the Iasi twenty-flye years,
ROOSEVELTS NEW CAMP.
When buying loose coffee or anything your grocer
to have in hi* bin, how do you know what yc_ -- -
dettinff ? Some queer stones about coffee that i* sold m bulk,
S lJ [old. if tho people who handle it (grocers), -red to
8l>eatid any amount of mere talk have persuaded millions of
housekeepers to use
er happens I
you are §
ild in bulk, I
i), cared to I
Purity, Strength, Flavor and llnilormity /
Three Burn in Hotel.
Licking. Mo. July 3.—The ('oilier
hold, a two-story frame building burn-
ed Inst night. Mrs V. 1.. Sbelp and
her 4-year-old daughter, Harriet of
Holla, and Emmet St leer, a blacksmith
from Willow Springs, burned to death.
Thin popular auecraa ol MON^Ther*
run be due only to Inherent merit, rher*
r„o stronger pro,,! «•
Untied nnd Increasing popularity.
II ||ie verdict oi MILLIONS Of
HOUSEKEEPERS docs not convince
you ol the merits ol LION COFFEE,
It costs you but a trlllc to buy a
package. II Is the easiest way to
convince yoursell. and to make
you h PERMANENT PURCHASER.
I |oN roKFKK in noltl only in 1 lb. liftakAipu,
Mlj ruartkao you M pore mil i*U*iu» as wlu o it lofl oar
Uoii-boail on «vrry packagi*.
Ha>o thoAp Eion-braili* for vitlusihlr |>rrimum*.
FREE ZONE IS ABOLISHED.
SOLD BV GROCERS
WOOLSON SPIl’K CO., foledo, Ohio.
A Rock Cement
u on-ndi with cold water. OH . r #1. *h-
es tulxist with ruber hot or cold wut.r,
So not have tliacciui nung propep-
ty of AlabaaUne. Tbry are stuck oa
-Ith glue, or other anlnval inaiter
whl*. rota, fccdlnfl disease flcrnis.
* ‘ i«li
Orsad UapU*- Mkh.. or *os *o,,r *•
Started a Fire Which Sorrad and De
ktroyrd Much Property.
\niliM'h. Calif. July 3. — Angelo
SicffHii. while burning cobwebs In bis
lioiil house, started a tire tndav which
spr.a.l to adjoining buildings. J. IJn
d«'Ut»rl KtM At i'O h HUltHOIl I'UIIH* i y.
cold storage plant, six hundred bar-
rel* of canned salmon and twenty
tlsbing bont* and one launch were
burned. Steve Uarruse, who was
sleeping In the freight house, was
severely burned. The loss la estimat-
ed u( $ 160.000.
Has Purchased 150 Acre* of Land in
President Roosevelt tins Just pur
chased 150 acre* of land and a frame
house about seven miles from Scot is-
vtllc. in Albemarle cimniy, Ya. I be
pluee ts one of the prettiest In Hie
beautiful county of Albemarle. It Is
in the Piedmont section and near by
arc a number of beautiful home*. At
present the place can not boast of
anything more than a beautiful MU’
for a home The house now there Is
comfortable, but tl bt small and plain
1 it Is understood that the president
will use h »s a camp. United States
Senator Thomas S Martin has a
handsome home five miles from that
bought l»y the president.
16 Mile Strip on Mexican Border
Where Duties Were Light.
El Paso. Tex.. July 3.- The Mexican
free tone, sixteen miles wide, on the
American border, was abolished.
When the free xone otitaineo, mer-
chandise could be imported r.L 10 per
cent of the regular Mexican customs
duty, but if It was then emit over the
xone luto the interior tho other 90 per
cent had to he paid. In this way goods
were sold in the border towns of
Mexico much cheaper than they could
be sold in Interior towns, or In Ameri-
can border towns ami this made busi-
ness for the Mexican inorchanls, but
Ihc collection of duties on all articles
taken from free xone towns further
Into the republic killed them as manu-
Kalla (Mil, July 3. Cossack* dls
persed with thetr whip* a crowd
which attempted to make a demon-
at ration with rwl flags In front of the
church of the Hernardlues.
Vienna. July I A dispatch from
l.od* »aya the authorities threaten tn
bombard the city If there Is further
tiring on troops l>y the sirlkers.
PlbO S CIJRF FOR n,
( ONr, UMPTION
The Strike Continue*,
jar Petersburg. July 3. The strike
at Voxnesensk, province of Vladimir,
continue*. The town resembles a
military camp. Infantry and eavalry
are quartered tn the houses and court
yard* and are blockading In the
Berlin. July I - According to the
Morgen Post, General Marmusoff com-
mander of the troops at Lodi. h«»
luH'n assassinated. The rebels at
tacked the general while he was drlv
log through the city dragged him
from his carriage and stabbed him
through the heart.
FOR SHIRTS COLLARS CUFFS AND FINE LINEN
Decline to Accept.
81. Petersburg. July 3. it Is report-
ed that M. Nelidoff. the Russian am-
bassador at Paris, has deellned to ac-
cept the position of peace plenipoten-
tiary and that M. Muravleff, the am
bassador of Russia at Rome, will go
In hi* place
Goea to American Company.
Port Au Prince, Hayti, July 3.—The
chamber of deputies voted to au
American company u contract for the
building of a railroad from (lonatve*
0AY5TAB BRAND SHQIS AI£ BETTER
-“OUR FAMILY** 8HOFS-
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