The Blackwell Sun. (Blackwell, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 6, 1905 Page: 7 of 8
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TENT TREATMENT FOR
Superintendent of Large Eastern Hospital Has
Demonstrated Its Efficiency
A. E. Macdonald, L. 1> B., M. D.
medical aoperinteude-nt of the Manhat-
tan State Hospital. East, Rives a
■graphic account of tent life as tre
lsukr Itis direction for a larRe number
of insane consumptives. The follow-
ing extracts are from his paper in the
Directory of Institutions and Societies
dealing with "Tuberculosis in the
United States and Canada":
That consumptive insane patients
may be kept, and treated, to their ad
vantage and incidentally to the ad-
vantage of their fellow inmates, in
•canvas tents, and throughout the se\-
■eral seasons of the year, has been
-lemonstrated in the recent history of
ihe Manhattan State Hospital, hast
The experiment upon the success of
which this claim is advanced has cov-
red a period of forty months.
In all hospitals for the insane the in-
mates are classified according to the
Vorm of mental disturbance. To take
from all these classes any suffering
from tuberculosis and put them to-
gether in one tent was a serious prob-
em This, however, has been very
uiccessfully done. The original plan
was to use the camp only about five
months during each summer
The camp first established consist-
ed of two large dormitory tents—
twenty by forty feet—each containing
. wenty beds, with smaller tents of
different shapes, about ten by ton
■feet, for the accommodation of the
•nurses, the care cf the hospital stores
p-iglries atyl a dining tent for such
patients as were able to leave their
i.et’.s and tents, ar.d go to the table for
iheir meals. Running water was se-
■ urod by moans of underground pipes,
ind the safe disposition of waste and
•ewage was also provided for.
As has been said, it was expected to
ontinue the camp only through the
summer and as far into the autumn
»s favorable weather might render
mstlfiable. But when In the late au-
tumn tt was found that the favorable
•experience continued, it was decided
vo attempt to carry the experiment.
, m a moderate scale, Into, or even
vhroiiRh. the approaching winter. The
•.amp, as first established, had been
■ laced upon an elevated knoll adjacent
to the riverside and purposely exposed
1> the full force of the summer
rccr.cs. For the winter experiment
j-» site was removed to the center of
(he island, where trees and buildings
int< rposed to act as a wind-break to
M.e severe storms from the east and
•i irlhrast which are to be expected in
■ hat locality. The number of patients
vus reduced to twenty, those in whom
Dih disease was most active being re-
1 *ined and the others being returned
Vor the time being, and much against
h'-lr will, to the buildings. One large
•,, -it suffices for the housing at night
f the reduced number of patients.
• ind one was set apart as a sitting
v,m for day use. with the accessory
■ ‘nts before mentioned, and large
• nves were placed in them, here and
• (ere, with wire screens surrounding
•Pern to protect the patients, and a
'.literal use of asbestos and other fire-
*oof material and arrangements for
\V> prevention of fire.
To make a long story short, It has
r.ained in continuous use. not only
• -nughout the first winter, but
mgh the two succeeding winters
•1 intervening seasons, up to the
•o of the present writing. The scope
Its employment has been gradually
. larged until all patients In whom
re arp active manifestations of
• lerculosl*—an average of forty-
out of a total census of about
-• vin are isolated therein, and there
,, been parallel enlargement of the
i p-nenlH of the plant.
The isolation of the tuberculosis pa-
i nts has reduced to a minimum the
v • -( r of Infection of other patients
•( i of employes. The pnttents them-
lvcs have suffered no Injury or hard-
dn. but have, on the contrary, been
• nmtstakably benefited. This is shown,
,• .mg other ways, by a decrease in
. ,ioaih rate from pulmonary tuber-
• osls. both absolute and relative,
, ,( by a marked general Increase in
Uv weight, amounting In the case
i c patient to an act uni doubling of
■ weight—from eighty-three to one
■„tred and sixty six pounds In four-
n months of ramp residence.
Mental Improvement lias as n gener-
• ' rule been the concomitant of physt-
il. not only among the patients in tne
"iicrculosls camp, but also In 'he
k' rs. and In the former <Ih«* this
• (a been somewhat of an anomaly.
MV experience, and l think that of
icrs. has been that when phthisis
-•'.I insanity coexist they are apt to
H'ernate as to the prominence of their
« ral manifestations—the mental
■ I toms being more prorwunced
• list the physical are In abeyance.
■ • I vice versa. Under the tent treat-
have found a general die-
CONTEST WITH NEWSBOYS.
Sat Francisco B*II*H* Has Mat toy-
oattsd by Youthful Union.
San Francisco. July 1—The Billie
tin of this city is engaged In a unique
contest with several hundred news-
boys who have declared a boycott
against the paper and refuse to sell
It on the streets. The boycott is the
result of the Bulletin’s attitude toward
Even at the outset, hdwever. the pro-
tests, whether from patients or their
friends, were surprisingly few, and
latterly they have been more apt to
arise, if at all, over the patient's re-
turn to the buildings when that be- I which wouldT,'ind It "to' *11 four
Mayor Schmitz anil his
tlon. A newsboys’ union has been or froln ,Wo
ganized and the newsboy. *«“,l lncheg Uv dayiight most of the
proclamation demanding tha
Bulletin sign a year’s contract with
SAUNA'S FOUR-INCH RAIN.
Streets Flooded and Streams Swelled
to Danger Point.
Salina. Kan.. July 3.-Thts section
was visited by the heaviest rainstorm
In two years last night. The govern
ment rain gauge showed a preciplta
tion of 1.29 Inches. The rain extend
ed over this whole section of the state,
though probably the greatest fall was
in Salina. The sewers were unable
to carry off the water, and the whole
town was practically flooded for hours
Important to Mother*,
wannlne carefully •rrrj bottl. of CASTORIA,
s ulo slid »(• remedy for tnfioW and children,
f..i eeo that tt
In Uac For Over 30 Year*.
The Kind You Uaro Alwaya nought.
LONDON’S ROMAN WALL.
The question of medication may in
the present writing be dismissed with
a very brief reference. It has been
found unnecessary to extend It great-
ly. and it has been limited mainly to
the treatment of symptoms. Slimula-
tiou—alcohollc and the like—has been
found of but little demand or use. and
the quantities consumed—always un-
der individual medical prescription-
papers to them for five cents instead
As a result of last night’s disorder
and the attitude of the police all Bulle-
tin wagons will be guarded today by-
The violent scenes of
had disappeared. Small streams were
swollen to the danger point all day.
hut they are subsiding tonight. Dikes
along Dry Creek are all that saved
Salina from being flooded again. he
dikes held the water well, and no
especial discomfort has been exper
enced The Smoky HUl began rising
yesterday early today, and Is rising slowly to-
jisuiimj / _____, .,1.0,1 feet, and
were repeated today when the
.I«M. Th. <o»l “*
increase of two feet is e*'
Hu appeared on the streets. Crowds at least an
uv..............— v------ .of hoys seized the papers and tore »ec t ^ ^ accorapanled by a se-
have been insignificant. On the other I to pieces. Carriers were > ' i electrical storm, and many build-
----------------------- ‘ ed by the newsboys and papers taken vere elec trie am, clty wer0
hand, the dietary has been made as
liberal as the Imposed restrictions of
the State Hospital schedule have per-
mitted, both tn
from them and destroyed
The police officials state that orders struck
,1 OLUVUH --” » | | UU Jl' f| IV v UIIIVIW”----
the way of regular hayre ,)een lssuod to arrest any of the were burnt ti
Some barns in the country
The wheat harvest is
diet and extras, and in the leading es- 1 m,wsboy8 who commit assaults and a<^1*Le'was done
sentials—milk and eggs—private do- the Bulletin will receive ample not uiucii
nations have supplemented the regular
supply. But dependence, after all, has
been mainly placed upon the rigid
isolation and disinfection, ami upon
the unlimited supply of fresh air. As
an Interesting incidental fact it may-
be mentioned that not only the pa-
tients, but also the nurses living in the
camp haye enjoyed almost complete
Immunity from other pulmonary dis-
eases. Not a single ease of pneumonia
JOHN F. STEVENS IS
Partition of It it Now Being De-
itroyed by Builder*.
A portion of the wall which waa
built around old London by the Ro-
mans is now being destroyed by build-
ers. The part which has been laid
bare is seven feet in height and has
a thickness of eight and a half feet
and about fifty feet of Its length has
tieen exposed. It is founded on gravel
and at the bottom is a course of Hints
and clay. Upon these are built up
tW(, layers of stout burned tiles, of
the common Roman pattern, and then
cornea rough dressed masonry. The
tilts and the masonry alternate; tn
the seven feet of the wall’s height
there are three courses of each, held
together by cement, which is so firm
that it blunts the tools of the work-
men who are endeavoring to destroy
it Throughout the neighborhood
this wall serves as the foundation for
modern buildings. The ottlees ad-
joining the excavations now compli-
cated by the wall’s presence are In
part supported on It.__
Om Mluita Couth Curo Ami a* ml tow.to
Holy Into Dm stomach, bet lta«ar» la I ho IhrssA. aha*
sot loots, froduclnt tha fsUswtot iomHoi
(1) Rahovastha couth.
(2) Malms tha braathlnt star.
(4) Draws out tha Intlamnwtoa.
(8) Kills tha torma (mlcroboa) a< Jlmum
14) Strsotthans tha mucous msmbraoso.
(7) CWH tha haad.
(I) Rahovas tha favartsh eondltlana.
<*) Rarpovoa ovary oauaa at tha amah ■* ••
■rain oa tho tout*
(10) Enahtai tho Win Is oaotDhuto **»*■»••
■Arlnt anh Wo-auatalolot oaytoo to tho hlooo. Corah
Craw tad all Couth. Lust and Bronchial AlfaaUaaa
Ftaparto by a. a boWitt * oo.. ohioaM
L. & B. Drug Co..__
Physician and Surgeon
hfficb IN mnttywah nlock.__.
Live Stock Salettman.
Advice given in Public and Pri-
vate Sales. Will go anywhera
in the United Statea to 8ell
Washington. July ^.-Secretary Taft
.................... . . today appointed John F. Stevens, of
has developed iq the camp in Its ex-J Chicago, chief engineer of the I’ana-
istenee of over three years, though It I ma ranal commission with residence
causes 131 deaths in the hospital prop- on ,hf. lstlimus. Mr. Stevens succeeds
er in that time. The "common colds" John F Wallace.
so frequent among their fellows living I ^ S(evenlt also will he made gen-
upon the wards, or In the Attendants’ j manager of the Panama railway.
Home, have been unknown among the I ^ wm I)(lt |,e a member of the tsth-
tent-dwellers. I , ranal commission. His salary
The popular idea that the consump- 1 «30o00 a year
tlve is a doomed man unless he can | ^ atpV(.M u n„w tn tho service
at once abandon home and family ana
Mr Stevens is now-
business and betake himseif to some | of the con'-
remote region would seem to be nega- eminent railed inspect
lived by our Ward’s Island expert- atwetion of 1.000 milea, of Fnmpt.
ence. The Ward’s Island camp is but railways about to be bull
a few feet above the tidewater level, ernmenl aid. He was^ to have a
its site Is swept in winter by winds of I companied Secretary I aft tod
high velocity, coming over the Ice- I tbe Philippines but has been nans
bound waters of the rivers and the jerred io Ihe Panama canal work,
sound which surround it. and tt suf- An official announcement was made
fers as much as. or more than, any ,)y secretary Taft today. In part as fol-
other part of the' city of New York I loWB; wllll_________ ____
f.om the trying changes of tempera- Mr John F. Stevens has been ap-. to go to j ^ a rep<)rl on lhe
tore and humidity which are so char poln(ed chief engineer of lhe isthmian ml ' B > construction of about
acteristic of Its climate. If, In spite (ianal wl1h resldence on the Isthmus, t*a. ......
of all these drawbacks, what has been I labe effect at once. The technical
done can be done, and that for insane , dete„nined by the com- pines t Mr Hu.Vens
patients, what may not be hoped from " as a „od, wllh ,he advisory the Rock Island b s' n
the extension of the same methods to . nalionai board of engineers re- was vice-pres i >
the ordinary consumptive of sound j ......„1>Ilnillled i,v Ihe president and ern railway.
mind, anxious for recovery and capa- cen 3
hie of giving intelligent assistance in
whose plans as decided from stage to
Stage will he executed by the ehiel
engineer. With the chief engineer
confining himself to the actual work
of construction and operation nnd con-
centrating upon the execution of the
plans as adopted by the commission
is believed that lhe canal work will
lie more activity prosecuted.”
Mr. Stevens Is to accompany Chair-
man Shunts to the isthmus In the tra-
mediale future and it i« anticipated
all necessary data will he available in
time for the meeting of the board of
consulting engineers September 1. A
meeting of the canal commission will
be held here tomorrow.
Chicago.—Mr. John F. Stevens was
formerly connected with the Chicago,
Rock Island & Pacific railway as sec-
ond vice-president. He resigned Dial
position and was appointed as an ex-
pert for theUnited States government
to Manila with Secretary Taft
Some men try to preserve their dig-
nity in alcohol.
Proved Beyond a Doubt.
Middlesex, n. Y.. July 3.—(Special) I Terms Reasonable......
Farm and Stock Sale* a Specialty.
Years of Experience In tn«
SOME HEALTHFUL RECIPES.
Savory Lent its
Mashed Potatoes Sirin* Beans
Lettuce with Nut Butter Dressing
Roasted Sweet Potatoes
Salad Sandwiches Corn Puns
Bananas in Syrup
—That Rheumatism can be cured has
been proved beyond a doubt by Mrs.
Betsey A. Clawson, well known here.
That Mrs. Cluwsou had Rheumatism
anil had It bad. all her acquaintances
know. They also know she Is now
cured. Dodd’s Kidney Pills did It.
Mrs. Clawson tells the story of her
cure as follows:
"I was an Invalid for most five ycara
caused by Inflammatory Rheumatism,
helpless two-thirds of the time. The
first year I could not do ns much as a
Imby could do, then 1 rallied a little
bit and then a relapse. Then a >ear
ago the gout set in my hands and feeL
I suffered untold agony and In Au-
gust. 1903, when my husband died I
could not ride to the grave.
“1 only took two boxes of Dodd’s
Kidney Pills and In two weeks 1 could
wait on myself and saw my own wood.
1 dog my own potatoes and gathered
my own garden last fall. Dodd's Kld-
nely PHI* cured me."
Rheumatism is caused by uric acid
In the blood. Dodd’s Kidney Pills put
the Kidneys In shape to take all tha
uric acid out of the blood.
Keeping Water Cool.
Slone Jars with tight covers are
the best kind of vessel to keep puri-
fied water in, for they are easily fill-
ed and handled, ami may ho set In an
Ice chest to cool. Once cold tho I
heavy ware keeps cool for hours, j
even when taken from the ice box.
Almost the only objection to boiled I
water for drinking purposes Ih the
difficulty of keeping it cool. This is
rather hard to accomplish in the sum- ]
Business was entirely humi»-u'h-» i mor, unless you put It in a porcelain
‘"r. Knab-1 and the entire population gathered Ui | i|„ed cooler_
*'•■• jf y0u could see aa far ahead aa
ship. When directly over the sity i auccMafu) mPn you would find out
Knabenschue directed his
1,000 miles of railway in the Philip
Prior to his connection with
ST. LOUIS «r KANSAS
•at Far Watt.
TH* UNI TO Till LAUD €■
AIRSHIP A SUCCESS;
FLIGHT OF SIX MILES
^ . o lulv t_One of the most I rectly for the heari of the etty.
Toledo. O July •■ one_ *^ |n an Business was entirely suspended
Tiaas ortMitt w
Cream Barley Soup.—Wash a cup of
pearl barley, drajn. and simmer slow-
ly In two quarts of water for four or
five hours, adding boiling water from
time to time as needed. When the
barley is tender, strain off the liquor,
of which there should he about three
pints: add to It a portion of the
cooked barley grains, salt, ami a cup
of whipped cream, ami serve. If pre
ferred, the beaten yolk of an egg may
be used instead of cream.
Savory Lentils.—Take equal pnrts
of rooked brown lentils that have
been rubbed through a colander to
remove the skins, and bread crumbs
Moisten with a little cream, season
with salt and a very little powdered
sage, pour into a baking dish, and
bake tn a moderate oven until well
browned. A meal prepared by rub-
bing chopped English walnut meats
through a colander, added to the sa
vory h nttls In the proportion of one
cup of nut meal to a pint of lentils.
Just before putting into the oven to
brown, make* a very palatable dish.
When the nut meal N used, water
may be used to moisten the lentils.
When done, Kllce and serve with the
Cream Tomato Sauce.—Rub stewed
or canned tomatoes through a robin
der to remove all seeds and frag-
ments. Heat to boiling and thicken
with a little flour. Add a half cup
of very thin cream and one teaspoon-
ful of salt to each pint of the liquid.
Lettuce With Nut Butter Dreasing.
—Prepare the lettuce as for salad
Rub two slightly rounded tablespoon-
fula of nut butter smopth with two
thirds of a cup of water. Let this
rream boll up for a moment Remove
Horn the stove, add one-half teaspoon-
ful of salt and two tablespoon fula of
lemon Juice. Cool, ami it Is ready for
use. If too thick, it m*y tie thinned
yiMtlnn toward nccord In the mnnlfes j w)(h a lemon Juice or wnter.
'.,( „n* Improvement In both respects Morp lomon ju|Ce may he added V Je-
remarkaldc flights ever made
airship was performed by A- R’ ihe streets to watch the course of the
enschtie, who sailed through the a r b »‘re^n dlrectly over „,e sky
a distance of three mtles. landed on snip.
lop of a ten-story gliding "raf(P downward and alighted on the
five minutes from the H ..... f(.0* t)uiidi„K with the ease and grace of a
they take no chances.
and then returned to the depot
which he started.
The day was idea! for the daring
THE MONTHLY TRIAL 1
...... A round of applause greeted the
,™,r« .............. <*- I headache, mm beahbo-
K——J2 fa. .a............a.. « »"■ I «W PAIK8-
aerial craft directly in fa receiving the congratu-
wind. Two days agoihe dec.ared he friends. Knabenschue
lafleM 12! t 2*
L IaOUif..... 1 111.
10 .lt*. Wk. ........
10-Jl*. mu ••••
Uiillk ■*• .eue.ew*
11 ^OAa Ma «•••••••
11:49*. M. aeeueea#
* : rxiam
started on his trip back, and, going
the wind. Ite made the return
would sail down and alight on the top
of a ten story building. When he left
ZZX'% \tc«D.UwCn hiVthe trip in less '>,an flftcen minutes
distance had been covered, an upp.t
current of air carried him up to a ills
tance of 3.000 feet, but Ihe nervy di-
rector did not lose control of hl« ma
chine for a moment and steered it dt-
BEEF TRUST ALARM;
PUBLIC WELL PLEASED
He declares that his present ship is
far superior to others he has navi
gated, that it is easier manned and
that he has solved the problem ol
York and Chicago Indicate that the
Investigating the Iwu
some facts from
triiHt is aide to get
W l> Miles, of Kansas City. U I*
looked upon as a rank sensation by
ihe trust contingent, that anyotB
could be found to tell H,.- ,ru,h u,‘
dcr oath. But tt Is looked upon as
an expected happening for
New i trust Is being Investigated,
Heneral satisfaction Is being ex
pressed over the news that the grand
jury has found out something and has
been put In the light by a Kansas City
Clooniy predictions ale being made
over the possible outcome of the Chi-
cago effort. Many have little falih
someone! that anyone will he punished, no mat
ter how plain guilt may be establish
ed. They see gloom and have no hope
to he found in the West to explain the
the Host. p i 0f liberating business from Illegal con-
P concerned In <atii grand Jury is not
Motion is mor*
(ll), irol, but the Chicago grand Jury
the only one, and Ihe present does not
control the future. Should Ihe Chi
and beef, and more completely In
meshes of lhe trust and more lrlM .J -------- ---------
cltous that something. In fact, lie note c (>(Tor, ammln( to a fearful hat k.
to force a return to the laws of sup- |nd|ctmenm and no convictions, and
I,tv nnd demand. It Is hard to Imagine r|l(|(ll| |n glvtllg g....d character to in
i.st nubile seal Intent anywhere huh d|Vp|„als and I m nosing a ridiculous
. . nnii.hllna before a grand Jury «,„• on the trust corporalhms, It ran
............. «• .....- —- ’-i
1 * fff*
T -occedlng concurrently and some of
• v discharges from the hospital which
most satisfaction to us at the
. nnd most amurnneo for the pa
nt’s future, were of inmates cf the
tt w-ts apprehended that not only
olght the patients themselves resent
ir transfer, but that similar objec
, might come from their relative.
.....I friends, since innovation*, even
, ■ ugr-st Ive ones, are apt to he
T owned r.ron by those who constitute
■ • majority In the clientele of a P«n-
Us hospital In a cosmopolitan city.
beef eating communities.
Roughly Handled Polic*.
Pour over the lettuce, and
The Spring Pageant.
the I ter conditions
Receive* American Minister.
Constantinople. July 3
Cronsta lt. Jnlv •■• ^"''roughly I" private audience received Mr. Lelnh
workmen paraded here
handled several presented Senator Bncon of Ueorgla
a mann. the American minister, who
SprlKJ'yet' shadl'all her Joyful tuska ful
nutH!(Tl 'li' rier.dy';"*eact, bird know* hh
»en* . ,
(Inch flower has *'»t by heart
Its fslr ol frssntnt part;
And given the surd
Kach bud nnd bird
Will prnildlv loins the lovely pngesnl on.
Have pH lienee; sweeter, sweeter t»l
lAins-hei ed-fOT treasures lire
Than an> we may have without sui h
—Rita Puller Maitland.
finally dispersed by
troops, who ar- Can., Tel, ^hat 3truck Him.
Chllllcothe. Mo., .lulv 3.—J. W. Bad
gfr, of Lock Springs, Mo., was found
Berlin. July 3.—A
A Woman Telia How Slie Has Heroine WsU
■ ud Strong «R,r Years of Misery
Itue to Irregular Kanrtli.ne.
The fact that otto woman 1* bright-
eyed, rosy-cheeked, strong aud cheerful,
while another is |>al(>, weak and de-
pressed, is duo more often than other-
wise to tho regularity in tho one cane
and tho irregularity in the other of tha
functions that are peculiar to the sc*.
When these aro disturbed everything
ones wrong; imiti nod discomfort are
felt all over tho body; the sensations nra
" For four years.’’ said alra. Davis re-
cently. "I suffered indescribable misery
from’ sick headache every mouth, ac-
companied by fuintiuR spell*, shortuesa
of breath and severe pain in my left side.
There were also bearing down pums, at
times so ncute Hurt I could not stand np,
nnd my head wa* full of ringing sounds.
It seemed as if everything wits going to
hit mo in the eyes. I was compelled to
he down With dosed eyes for hours to
get a little relief. When I attempted to
arise everything would whirl around and
it would grow so dark that I could
scarcely see any object.”
•* Couldn’t your doctor help you.
•• Five doctors in all treated iup, but 1
got uo lasting benefit. Besides 1 used a
)ot of advertised remedies. Tho only
medicine, however, that hail the de-
sired effect was Dr. Williams’ Pink Ptlla
and they are truly a godsend to women.
1 did not have much faith in them when
1 began to tuke them. 1 found myself,
however,ao much betteraftsr usiug two
boxes that I began to believe in them.
They checked right away tho decline
into which I was going. My troubles
kept lessening uud finally disappeared
<• |i„w long did it fake for n cure?
"After 1 hail used several boxes my
health was all right. I had taken on
flesh and was strong and hearty. 1 feel
today In spirits more like a girl of at*-
teen than h woman of my years ”
Mrs C 11. Davis’ addroas is Carnal,
Maine. R V B . No. 3. Dr. Williams'
confidently offered tc
10*9*. m. ........
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11:11*. m. .#••••*•
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i Bl. Lo*l*b
Santa Fe Timo Table*
■ V INKffXI-t MR ARCH,
401 P A»en« er. daily * 'n P ^
KinruH make. conn.(U1on w\*a
i ‘ at tha
____________ ____ >* Yl.ia-
pKliTwith' all "trains north,
PAftHgNOKH TR K KFIC DKT’AJtTMKNT
KKPU.'O HYSTKM. ST LOLdiJ.
Ttrk.te on Mila to .11 point, in tlio Unite*
■gin Can.dn and Old Mexico. For furl h.r
Information addrw. C. W Strain, Derwios
4*.nt at Bleckw.ll.
Fink Pill* Nra
graphed to Us Odessa brokers ", h,H aku„ friu.„,.,d n,- h.ts I women lor tlm cure of ai.wmiN^Ulortv
. ...................... as
Ions of Wheat The contract was re
fused but was
accepted today, hence f"""'1 lhn'
he cun not tell what hop-
It la Inferred that Odessa ts quiet.
peued to him
all forma of
by every druggist.
sa* Tonlxawa Freight* j V:II p. m
401 rawangar. dally. •>»• “*
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•Daily emeept Sunday.
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train* south. ___
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.4-4 .heeUcl to all points Free ra-
ellulntf chnlr car. oa all
train* Touriai ami 1 nlltoBU dleapera
an all traaa-eontlaautal train* Fn#
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tall on local agent
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Eisiminger, Jesse M. The Blackwell Sun. (Blackwell, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 6, 1905, newspaper, July 6, 1905; Blackwell, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1139273/m1/7/: accessed February 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.