The Blackwell Sun. (Blackwell, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 6, 1905 Page: 3 of 8
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J. W. Walls, Su-
perintend ent ot
streets of Lebanon,
“ “” Ky , says:
"My nightly rest was broken, owing
to Irregular action of the kidneys. 1
was suffering Intensely from severe
pains in the small of my back and
through the kidneys and annoyed by
painful passages of abnormal secre-
tions. No amount of doctoring reliev-
ed this condition. I took IX>an s Kid-
ney Fills and experienced quick and
lasting relief. Doan's Kidney Pills
will prove a blessing to all sufferers
from kidney disorders who will give
them a fair trial." *
Foster Milburn Co.,'Buffalo, N. '•>
proprietors. For sale by all druggist9,
price 50 cents per box.
Use your own originality in con-
clusions rather than other talent on
LATE MARKET REPORT.
Kanawa City. •
I NATIVE STEER* .........1 * 2' <*
HO<US-Heavy...... •....... 5 *! *
WHEAT—No g «
| CORN No. 2 Mixed ......... —
H A^rhoSee Timothy * *»
EGUS........................ . ®
Clilcma Lies Stock.
GOOD TO PBIMK 8TKKR8 t 5 *
STCX KER8 * FEEDERS 2 40 U
HEIFERS. ................... i J’ *
HOUR........................ 1 35 «
Chicago Cash Grwlu.
St. I.oul* Live Stock.
...» :t 25
... 2 (»
. . 2 50
Superior quality and «*» I
s’ttaa- s’V.bro.efoi"." 1
Follow your own advice and If It*
value Is seen it won t he asked free
Mn. WIMlow i soothing aymp.
The little thoughts that do us good
can be made larger by thinking them
I am sure Pino's Cure for Consumption saved
my life three years ago 5,h-s- Th.is. Bobbins,
| Maple Street, Norwich, N. Y.. Feb. IT. WOO.
Scoundrels are a good deal like
carpets inasmuch as they are hard to
■ JOHN W.JIOHRIJ
I itn udiiliH. lSadjuiicaUu* I lam... atty *t“<>*
USE TUB FAMOPl
Red Cross Hull Blue. Laiye 2-oz
_________________ yl. pacing 8
The *Huh8 C’omimny, South Be ml. lud.
NKW YORK .............. ««'>>
| "' i' oHN —
Some people would like most any*
thing if it were a fad.
Those Who Have Tried It
will use no other. Defiance Cold TYa-
ter Starch has no equal in Quantity
or Quality—16 oz. for 10 cents. Other
brands contain only 12 oz.
If you don’t realize things without
being told you arc ignorant without
Every housekeeper should kcow
that if they will buy Defiance Cold
Water Starch for laundry use they
will save not only time, because it
never sticks to the iron, but because
each package contains 1C oz.—one full
pound—while all other Cold Water
Starches are put up in %-pound P80’*'
ages, and the price is the same. 10
cents. Then again because Defiance
Starch is free from all injurious chem-
icals If your grocer tries to sell you
a 12-<iz. package It Is because he has
a stock on hand which he wishes to
dispose of before he puts in Defiance.
He knows that Defiance Starch has
printed on every package in large let-
ters and figures “16 oza.” Demand De-
fiance and save much time and money
and the annoyance of the Iron stick-
ing. Defiance never sticks.
More Sorrow Than Anger.
Sweden views Norway's secession
more with sorrow than with anger.
If the peace societies don't decorate
Sweden with some commendatory re-
solutions they will fall down miser-
ably. _ _
ATTEMPT AT SUICIDE.
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Wn-lilln l.ive Htoek.
•r. Bend for FB
Da. K. R. Xu**,
Some of the girl graduates, with
the desire to get up so high, seldom
notice the cobwebs on the celling.
No chromos or cheap premium*, hut
a better quality and one-third more
of Defiance Starch for the aame price
of other starches.
A tight shoe is a cure for all other
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LATEST NEWS IN BRIEF.
Could Net Dear the Humiliation and
Torture Thrust Upon Him.
The must startling of all Constant g
revelations is that describing Na-
poleon's attempt at suicide when
Mormout, Bertbler and the rest left
him naked to his enemies. Constant,
in one of his earlier volumes, describ-
ed a tailsman wrapped in silk au 1
leather which, ever since the Egypt
Ian campaign Napoleon wore round
his neck. It contained, according to
Constant, the poison which the em-
peror took Immediately after his sig-
nature of the deed of abdication. He
tlun sent for Constant, and thus ad-
dressed him. "Constant. 1 am dying!
1 could not bear 1he torture any more,
and the humiliation of seeing myself
surrounded by foreign agents. Th 'Y
have trailed my eagles through the
mire. Marmont has given me my
final blow. That Bertbler should
have forsaken roe cuts me to the core!
M.v old friends! My old comrades In
arms!” However, either the weak-
ness of the poison or the skill of
Yvan, the doctor, saved his Ufa.—
From T. P.'s Weekly, London.
IN COLONEL'S TOWN
From the home of the famous "Keyh-
cel Keeyartah of Cartersvllle," away
down South, comes au enthusiastic let-
ter about Hostuin:
"1 was tn very delicate health, suf-
fering from indlgc stlon and a nervous
trouble 80 severe that I could hardly
sleep The doctor ordered roe to dis-
continue the use of the old kind of
coffee, which was like poison to me,
producing such extreme disturbance
that 1 cculd not control myself. But
such was my love for it that 1 could
not get my own consent to give It up
for some time, and continued to suffer,
HU tny fnther one day brought home a
package of Postum Food Coffee.
"1 had the new food drink carefully
prepared according to directions, and
gave it a fair trial. It proved to have
« rich flavor and made a healthy,
wholesome and delightful drink. To
my taste the addition of cream great-
ly Improves It.
"My health began to improve as
noon as the drug effect of the old cof-
fee was removed and the Postum < of-
fee had time lo make its Influence felt.
My nervoua (roubles were speedily re-
lieved and the sleep which the old cof-
fee drove from my pillow always came
to soothe and strengthen me after I
had drunk Postum—In a very »bort
time 1 began to Bleep better than 1
had for years before. 1 have now used
p,>etum Coffee for several years and
like It better and find M more benefi-
cial than when l first began. It is an
unspeakable Joy to he relieved of the
old dh tress und sickness. Name
given by Postum Company. Haiti*
There s a rrasen.
Hr*'! the little book. ‘‘The Road to
WulIvlUc" In ttc'j pVg-
The Vicksburg, Mirh., Exchange
bank closed its doors. President IS.
L. Page has been taken to the asy-
lum in Flint suffering from brain
The governor of Moscow has post-
ed notices of the forthcoming mobi-
lization of troops, exhorting the peo-
ple to he calm. The mobilization is
expected Juno 29. ,
The convention of Modern Wood
men of America came to a close at
Milwaukee, Wis., with the installa-
tion of officers and the adoption of the
Terrific rains fell In western Ne-
braska. The Burlington tracks arc
completely submerged for several
miles near Cambridge. All trains are
eight to twelve hours late.
Delegates to the great political par-
ties, Ihe Constitutionalists and the
Progressives, will meet at Tokio to
discus:, peace, and will then memori-
alize the government on the sub-
President Cabrera, out of his per-
sona! funds has decided to establish
a practical school of sciences, arts
and agriculture under American pro-
fessors. The tuition will be given
in the English language.
The disturbances in Eriwan dis-
trict. where Tartars and Armenians
have been pngaged in a race war,
have broken out afresh. In a series
of riots 250 casualties resulted. Troops
were unable to preserve order.
It is officially denied that Presi-
dent Roosevelt is losing his eyesight
Such a rumor was caused by his de-
cision to go to ar oculist to have his
glasses adjusted to meet the change
of nerves by Ids growing older.
Formal announcement of the crea-
tion of the new nation of Norway
reached the Slate department front
the American consul general at Chris-
tiania transmitting a note from the
Norwegian minister of Foreign Af-
fairs. No action toward recognizing
the new net lot. has been taken.
The uncompromising element In
the Riksdag is actively prosecuting
a campaign in favor of presenting to
Norway demands representing Swed-
en's irreducible minimum and ob-
taining guarantees from Norway be-
fore passing a bill conferring to the
government powers to negotiate
The story has been started that
General Miles Is to be married tc
Mrs. Kuth Shlppen Hudkoper of
Philadelphia. Miles laughs and de-
nies the story. He says: "There Is
absolutely no truth in the story. It
is not true in regard to this lady or
any other. 1 am not In that mood at
Meager reports received from Lodz
say disturbances have again broken
out and that the situation Is serious.
One hundred men are said to have
been killed on both sides. Work-
shops and factories have been forced
to shut down. •
A fatal case of bubonic plague oc-
curred at La Bora, Panama. The
constant arrival of steamers from In-
fected South American ports which
are received at La Boca without any
extra precautions being taken I* u
source of contagion.
Edwin L. Gillette, a prominent
merchant at Niles, Mich., tcok a pil-
low and a revolver Into the cellar,
laid his head on the pillow and shot
and killed himself. A warrant charg-
ing him with assault on a thlrtetn-
year-old girl had been Issued.
The convicts In the prison ot Ltau.
Russia, mutinied and. with the as-
sistance of a mob of roughs, demol-
ished eight cells. The police and
military restored order, using their
rwords. Twelve persons were wound-
ed in the riot.
The trustees of ihe Hawaiian
Sugar Planters’ Association trot and
appointed a committee to Interview
Governor Carter and assure him ot
their confidence In his administration
| and the.r continued support The
1 committee also will ask the governor
to reconsider bis resignation.
It Is amazing how many mothers
will give their children medicines con
talnlng violent and dangerous drugs
for bowel and stomach disorders,
when better results, with absolute
safety, can be obtained by the use of
a pure, pleasant, harmless remedy
like Dr’. Caldwell's (laxative) Syrup
Pepsin. Try It at once. Sold by all
druggists at 50c and $1.00. Money
back If It fails.
This world Is pretty large and each
occupant has a duty to fulfill to keep
their own atmosphere pure.
Profits of the Packers.
There has been a great deal of dts
appointment because the Garfield re
port shows that the profits of the
packing industry only amount to
about two per cent of the volume of
business transacted. There Is no
doubt, However, that the report Is cor
The census reports compiled by the
government In 1900, before the agita
tlon regarding the "beef trust began
throw considerable light on this quo;
tlon. It appears from ihe census that
the packing Industry !s conducted on
a smaller margin of gross profit than
any other Industry in America. The
gross margin of profit of 871 flour and
grist mills in Illinois, in the census
year, was nearly seven per cent on
the volume of business. The Rross
margin of fifty one wholesale slaugh-
tering and meat packing establish-
ments in Illinois was only about one-
third as large, or a little more than
two per cent on the volume of busi-
The millers have not been accused
of beln: In a "trust,” and combina
tions would seem Impossible in a busi-
ness where there are several thousand
mills in the United Elates competing
actively for the flour trade, but it ap-
pears that the gross profits of the '
ers are larger than the gross profits
of the packers. It may turn out that
the agitation regarding the packing
Industry will show the same result as
the devil found in shearing the pig:
“All squeal and no wool.” — American
Women Obtain Mrs. Pinkham’*
Advice and Help.
6h* Has Guided Thousand* to Health.—
How Lydia K I'Inkham'e Vegetable Com*
pound Cured Mrs. Fred Meydel.
It Is a great
satisfaction lor a
woman to leel that
she can write to
another telling her
the most private
detaila about her
illness, and know
that her lettei will
be wen by a wo-
man only, a wo- ]
man full of sym-
pathy for her
sick sisters, and
above all. a woman who has had
more experience in treating female Ilia
than any living person.
Over one hundred thousand cases of
female disease* come before Mrs. Pink-
ham everv year, some personally,
others by mail, and this has been go-
inif on for twenty years, day after day.
Nurelv women are wise in seeking
advice from a woman of sueh experi-
ence. especially when it is absolutely
Mrs Pinkham never violates the con-
fidence of women, and every testimo-
nial letter published is done so with
the written consent or request of the
writer, in order tliut other nick women
mav be benefited us they have been.
Mrs Fred Sevdel. of 412 North 54th
Street. West Philadelphia, Pa., writes:
Dear Mrs. Pinkham:—
•• Over a year ago I wrote you a latter asking
advioe, ns 1 had female ills and could not
carry a child to maturity. I revived your
kind letter of instruction* and followed vour
advice. I mn not only a well woman In con-
geuuriire, but huve a beautiful l>ahy girl. I
w!*h every suffering woman in the land would
write vou for advice, as you have done so
much for me.”
Just as surely as Mrs. Sevdel was
cured, will L\ dia E. Pinkhain’s
Vegetable Compound cure every
woman suffering from any form of
No other medicine in all the world
has such a record of euri-s of female
troubles us has Lydia K. Plnkhaui't
Vegetable Compound. Therefore nc
prudent woman will accept any substi
tute which a druggist mav offer
If you are sick, write Mrs Pinkham,
Lvnii. Mass . for special advice, it U
free and always helpful.
Made of the
PowerSd. Rum Is
wind and quiet
light wind end quiet w
fia gear, ere made from
cut fear pattern* wil not
auffcr if not died the week*
Send for epecml
I hot m mam
troubled With iUS PSCudD 20
■ I..,, khz us(4 M A 4otck6 ii BiirvHiwa**/
and economical than liquid
TOILET AND WOMEN’*i SPECIAL b*E>
™For aale at druffi>l,,»«'‘'«*l'<>m.
Trial Boa and Booh of Instruction* Pea*.
,*IT razraa Co-rant Boavoa. Mm*
v O Separator
PPIC t ? N C t NTS
»ur _ _
rater ill »ur 10 Rayo fraa trial
alan. with the bind In* under-
!£iul1»« and azreomeut If you
— - do no* ntidby cutnpartenn,
taet and u»e (hat It will aklm
closer, *k>n» folder milk,
fiklm eaoi.r, run lighter and
Bkltn one half more milk
than any other rreatn H»*|«a-
rator umde. yeu can return
this ad. out at taut* and mall
For Preserving, PurtfytnC
and Beautifying the SklnJ
Scalp, Hair, and Hands:
Cutlmre 8oap romhlnee drllrete Medicinal end Ml*
lleot properflve drrtved Iron* Cutieure, Ihe treating
Cur., .Ilk .he aurvl <* ••
,1 end Toilet *»«P lae
Jure, with the purv
,Meases the moat particular housewives. It clears, whiten- and purifies the clothe, to
gsocer sells it. A large 2-ounce package for 5 cents. Remember the name so that you will not be deceiv^j
Air castles tumble down
they have no foundation.
Thoughts formed into good Ideas is
the art of helping one’s seif._
More Flexible snd Lasting,
won't shake out or blow out; by using
Defiance Starch you obtain belter re-
sults than possible with any other
brand and one-third more for same
Where there is little effect there
has always been little said.
n e tuy M friend.-' O.rr.lt 1-au.lu*. rruy. N. I.
Anything you are undecided about
can be made clear If you can read the
lines between yourself and nature.
lad adurece an a poelel cars ref ear urp
wmcntsTER aw* c*» *w «wu. eg*.
Plantation Chill Cure is Guaranteed
To curot or money .refunded by your merohanyso why not try It? Price 600#
Constipated All His Life
I „ , . . . . „ .11 his life — msny doctors treated him, but all filled to even help him —
Wilbert Thompson never knew a wt\\ dsy he i d P . tre.tment for her husband. Wc thought the esse too seriou.
MR. and MRS. WILBERT THOMPSON,
801 Main St., Peoria, III.
MULL'S GRAPE TONIC CURED HIM.
ipe Tonic Cured Him
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Thom p*on h*. been '"•"f b\Veq!se»* “We want to wit Mall. Grape
We promptly a,I VI**>1 th*t * *'.** ..J .. 1)U, «k . iMetie i« no object lo u» when a human Ml* t* at atake.
Tonic,beca— w* know II .Taute « I,wf*« rnmlli a reliable eperi.h.1,not the-adver-
Grape*ToakTaadoa w. received the fotlow.n, letter from Mr* Thompmm ;
“You will remember that I wrote to you laot January In regard'
huehand'a hoalth. It le tour monthe elnoe he quit taking Mull a GvepeTonlo fo
conation which he suffered from elnoe birth. Me took |uet 24 bfjttlee of It
and la oerfeotlv cured. Me lo much stronger and hae gained oonalderably' •
floeh I cannot thank you enough for Mull's Grape Tonlo. It Is worth Its
rn iold.’ Juet *12 cured him end he has spent hundred, of dollars with
o.h„ At A Him no wood. It did all you olalmed It would.
MRS. W. M. TMOMPSOM, GO! Main SL, Paorla, III.
He has been completely curetl
Very rMp«otfully your»v
... J&.W3S- 'ssi s.s--“a s=Krr.’.r^,
a permaueot cure.
let us give you a bottle
For Hot Weather Ills
. _ _ . . * aweeikls L11k*eisr h
StomtcH Troublss. ln«ll#sstlon, Ovspsp-
sts, Blood Poison, thin Olsosass,
Soros. Buddsn Bowol Troubls,
Dlarrhsa, Cholars, Etc.
Bo one who*, bow-
el, are healthy *«•' *r-
live contract* there
ably they arq the re-
sult of Conatipallau
which mean* decayed,
poisoned snd dymf
bowels or iutaetinea.
Check diarrhea and
you are liable tu falal
blood polwn aphyetc
t heae terrible Kirwnech
and Bowel t-oubtee
herauM- II cleanaea ihe
BU«,d and m,k« the
new It teed* the
starved conditioti and
bring* them back lo
til* nothing e 1*e wilL
make* you wore#
There ieoulyone right
couree and that t* to
treet the cause. Re-
vive and strengthen
ihe tv.wei* and lnte»-
tiuee. IV* will prova
to you that Mull’s
(.rep* Tonic cure*
ConMlpsiton and all
WRITI FOB THI* FBI* BOTTL* TOOBV
Good for aitinf chlldrea and nur*l»f moiher*.
•nrsrss s z ■*> ^ *■*»■*■
Send thi* coupon to Mull's Grape Tonic Co.. 147
3rd Are., Rock Inland, III., snd receive an order
on your druggist for a free bottle of Mull's Grape
Tonic, Blood Tonic and L’onatipation Cure.
Writ* Her* sad r»ur dru««ist a sam* sad add roes stately ss a
•asarata site* at saoer sad mail at ass* with this cesses.
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