The Blackwell Sun. (Blackwell, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 52, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 2, 1904 Page: 7 of 8
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Walnut in France.
Walnut Is only employed In France
In cabinet and carpenter’3 work. In
1902 the Imports of walnut were 2,-
452 tons and exports 5.623 tons. Dur-
ing the last four years the Imports
have steadily declined, while exports
have Increased from 3,COO tons In
1899 to 5,623 tons In 1902.
Milk Stops Flames.
Kerosene or gasoline blazes can
readily be extinguished by the milk
which is convenient in almost every
kitchen. While water only quickens
the flames of petroleum or gasoline,
says Journal de Petrol, milk im-
mediately extinguishes it and pre-
vents all danger.
Freak Walking Match.
A remarkable walking match was
recently witnessed in ICnglaud by an
immense crowd of spectators. The
contestants were a man with one leg
and a crutch aud a man with a cork
leg. The distance was one mile and
the wager illu a side. The cork leg
Good Remedy for Sprains.
For sprains take olive oil two
ounces, of camphor, rubbed well with
a little oil and then added to the
whole, one dram. Very little of this
should be used at a time, and it
should bo gently rubbed on the
sprained part Lefore the fire.
Monte Carlo Winnings,
The winning of the bank at Monte
Carlo, Sir Hiram Maxim says,
amounts to about $6.250.000 a year—
not far from $25 a minute. The bank
gets 90 per cent of all the mosey
the gamblers place on its tables.
Expensive Picture Frame.
The most expensive picture frame
In the world is thut of the •'.Madonna
and Child,” in the Milan cathedral. It
is made of gold, ornamented with
pearls and Jewels, and is valued at
Cuts Off English Novelists.
The British Weekly, London, says:
"Only a very few among the fore-
most of our novelists can have their
stories published in serial form In
America. Eight or ten years ago the
English novelist of standing could
count on receiving more than half his
income from America, and now he can
count on practically no returns at
Gila Monsters Increase.
Since the Indians have been thinned
out the glia (heela) monster Is over-
running the Southwestern territory.
The only antidote known for the glia's
poison, which is fatal in about thirty
minutes. Is a secret of the lltiallpls In-
dians. in Mexico, who think It god-
given. and never have divulged it, al-
though government officials and scien-
tists have lived among them for the
purpose of discovering it.
Harden Metals by Air.
The latest proposals for intensifying
the tfkidizing action of air on ineta’.s
Is that of M. llarmet, and has for its
object the treatment of cast Iron,
producing a refined iron or steel.
Molten iron Is caused to flow through
a fine channel surrounded hv an an-
nular air-blast, which thus forms a
turpere, driving the metal forward in
a fine spray. This spray Is collected
and allowed to flow together again
in a receiving chamber, from which the
molten steel can be tapped.
Spanish Old Clothes Man.
In Spain the old clothes man wears
as many of his old clothes as he can,
because It makes him look prosperous,
and thereby invites custom.
A Good Tip.
Be careful what you do here and
don't worry about what will be done
with you hereafter.—Chicago News.
Farmer* Take Chances.
The liking for a gamble, though the
odds are all against them, seems in-
veterate In English farmers. They
prefer, when selling fa* rattle, to i
their experience against that of tfc
butcher, and to sell at sight Inst - .d
of by weight. At present the total
of all the calttle markets of England
and Scotland In which the "weigh
bridge" is scheduled as in use is only
twenty-one. of which six are In Scot-
land and fifteen in England.
Gold in British Isles.
In a pnper recently read before the
Institute of Mining Engineers In I .on-
don, .1. M. McLaren gave some curi-
ous facts about gold mining in Great
Britain and Ireland. In all. gold < f
the value of $2,094,915 has been found.
Of this England contributed ban 1;
$3,000; Wales, $1,400,000. and Ireland
$145,000. The largest nugg> t. weigh-
ing twenty-two ounces, was discov-
ered in Ireland. It was made into a
snuffbox for George ill.
A prominent club woman,
Mrs. Danforth, of St. Joseph,
Mich., tells how she was cured
of falling of the womb and its
accompanying: pains and misery e -un.5 Mgm. u.. aiw. n»
by Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable »
Hand-to-Hand Fight With a Tiger.
On Monday last a villager plucklly
attacked a tiger that was lying on the
railway line near the Mosul station.
It was a life and death struggle; the
villager was only armed with a cud-
gel, with which he made a desperate
attack on the tiger, but was eventual-
ly overpowered by the infuriated
brute, which tore and bit him all
over and then retired. The unfor-
tunate man has Bince succumbed to
his injuries at Arkonatn.—From the
Hindu. _ ___
Could You Use Any Kind of a Sewing
Machine at Any Price?
If there is any price so tew, any
offer so liberal that you would think
of accepting on trial a new high-grade,
drop cabinet or upright Minnesota,
Singer, Wheeler & Wilson, Standard,
White or New Horae Sewing Machine,
cut out and return this notice, and
you will receive by return mall, post-
paid. free of cost, the handsomest sew-
ing machine catalogue ever published.
It will name you prices on the Minne-
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White. Standard and New Home sew-
ing machines that will surprise you;
we will make you a new aud attract-
ive proposition, a sewing machine of-
fer that will astonish you.
If you can make any use of any
sewing machine at any price, if any
kind of an offer would interest you,
don't fail to write us at once (be sure
to cut out and return this special no-
tice) and get our latest book, our
latest offers, our new and most sur-
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SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO.. Chicago.
One must occasionally be miserable
to appreciate happiness.
The Best Results in Starching
can be obtained only by using Defiance
Starch, besides getting 4 07.. more for same
money—no cooking required.
Few men would care to be done by
as they try to do others.
OVKHHFARH ON THE TIKE.
Vr. K»-y wt.y Ibould |>eopia vlnitluii The Ft-
Stronghold of Dick Turpin.
There is an old house at Buckhurst
Hill, England, reputed to have once
belonged to Dick Turpin, the notorious
highwayman It stands on the top of
the hill. Is one story high, and lias
windows on all sides. The reason
given for Its peculiar construction la
that Dick Turpin could thus survey
the flat country for miles around, and
get timely warning of the approach
of unwelcome visitors.
Essence of Orange Leaves.
A notable industry in Paraguay is
the preparation of essence of orange
leaves. Some one hundred and fifty
years ago the Jesuit priests, who then
ruled that country, planted the orange
forests. Tills essence Is largely Im-
ported into France and the United
States for use In Foap and perfumery
making. It Is also used in Paraguay
as a healing ointment and a hair
Cording for Balloon Nets.
In all, over three miles of cording
are used in making a balloon net
which, as a whole, is strong enough
to suspend a small locomotive, weigh
ing a matter of twenty-five tons
Could the lifting power be Imparted
to the balloon, It would carry the rail-
way engine on a safe voyage through
•• DeahMrs. Pinkham: — Life looks
dark Indeed when a woman feels that
her strength is fading away ami she has
no hopes of ever being restored. Such
was my feeling a few months ago when
I was advised that my p<*>r health was
caused by prolapsus or fulling of tlio
womb. ’ The words sounded like a
knell to me, I felt that rav sun had sot;
but Lydia 11. 1* ink ham's Vege-
table Compound came to mens an
elixir of life ; it restored the lost forces
and built me up until my good health
returned to me. For four mouths I
took the medicine daily, and each doso
added health and strength. I am so
thankful for tliehelp I obtained through
its use.”—Mum. Fi.orknce DanfoBTH,
]00? Miles Avo., St. Joseph, Mich.—
— ttooo forfeit If original of abovt lattar proving
genuineness cannot bo produced.
“ I" It Ml? MlllHCAL ADVICE
Ki ll of the nr**utid», every foot become* an
Mr. F.aoy-‘,Falr, Only fair! l'ray. conduct me to
the nearest drug alure and I prowl** never to
accept a ouboiltule f«»r you or for Alleu’a Fool*
Ease." • • • •
FOOTSQTE— The twain will be made one«» June.
It is difficult for the talkative man to
And willing listeners.
How’s This ?
We niter One Hundred IMiam Reward for any
case <>f i atarrh that cannot be cured by llalt'o
F J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo. O.
We. the tiiideralpiied. ba>e known F. J. Cheney
for the last 15 vear- tmd believe him perfectly bon*
oraMe In all buNlneM transaction* and financially
able to carry out any obligatl<>ua made by hi* firm.
Walihno. Kin nan dr Marti*,
W'holcAAle Druggist*. Toledo. O.
Hall** Catarrh Cure t* taken Internally, acting
directly upon the bluod and iiiucou* nurface* of the
■ynteri*. Testimonial* aent free. 1'rlce 75 cent* per
bottle. Sold l>y all Druggist*.
Take Hall’s Family Fill* for conatlpatloQ.
Floating* capital is a good thing
when attached to a solid anchor.
A;«menTwoSd wS time and Fr«« »° TweniyFIv. Ladles.
much sickness If they would The Defiance Starch Co. will give 25
write to Mrs. IHnkham lor advice ladies a round trip ticket to the St.
IIS HOOII as any distressing swap- Louis Exposition, to five ladies in each
toms Itppcur. 11 is free, una has of the followiiigatates Illinois, Iowa,
put thousands of women on the Nebraska, Kansas and Missouri who
right roitd to recovery. will send in the largest number of trade
| marks cut from a ten cent, lft-ounce
I package of Defiance cold water laundry
starch. Thla means from your own
home, anywhere in the above named
NEW PENSION LAWS
Aiqiljr to NATH \N III! hi'OltU, U14 F at.,
W a.hini; ton. II, (J,
Many who formerly smoked 10* Cigars now smoke
STRAIGHT S* CIGAR
Tour jobber or direct from Factory, Peoria, 111.
Wherrett s CHIGGER Cure
For CHICCCR. SPIDER. MOSQUITO
■nd other INSECT BITES.
PIMPIKB, It tSll.t'RK RLT BRAT,
TIM HON IVV. RCKKMA sad >11
KKUTIVIi SKIN DISEASES yield
quickly to It. auotliiiiK luduence.
At Pruttgl.t*. Trice Si A rente.
The O.C Wherrett Co..Mchiion, Kant.
states. These trade marks must be
mailed to and received by the Defiance
Starch Co., Omaha, Nebr., before Sept-
einlwr 1st, 1904. October and Novem-
l>er will lie the best months to visit the
Exposition. Remember that Defiance
is tlie only starch put up in 16 oz (a full
pound) to the package. You get one-
third more starch fur the same money
than of any other kind, and Defiance
never sticks to the iron. The tickets
to the Exposition will lie sent hv reg-
istered mail Septeinhur 5th. Starch
for sale by all dealers.
Value of Riches.
Riches are valuable at all times and
to all men, because they always pur
chase pleasures such as men are ae
customed to and desire; nor can any
thing restrain or regulate the love of
money but a sense of honor and vir-
tue, which, if not equal at all times
will naturally abound most in ages of
knowledge and refinement.—H,ume.
Grim Relic Long Preserved.
In a square niche on the staircase
of Wardley Hall. Lancaster, repose
a human skull. This belonged to thi
last male member of the Downes
family. He was killed on London
bridge and his only sister had the
grim relic placed in the little niche,
and here it has remained ever since
Nature's Soothing Qualities.
Surely there Is something In the un
ruffled calm of nature that overawes
our little anxiety and doubts; the
sight of the deep-blue sky. and the
clustering stars above, seem to Impart
a quiet to the mind.—Jonathan Ed
U. S. SENATOR FROM SOUTH CAROLINA
or Dyspepsia and Stomach Trouble.
Thomp$on'* Eyi Water
Catarrh of the Stomach is Generally
Called Dyspepsia—Something to
Produce Artificial Digestion
is Generally Taken.
Hence. Pepsin, Pancreatin and a Host
of Other Digestive Remedies
Has Been Invented.
These Remedies Do Not Reach
Seat of the Difficulty. Which
is Really Catarrh.
Ex4snator M. C. Butler.
Jf you do not derive prompt and aatis-
tagtorv results from the use of Poruna,
write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a
full statement of your ease, and ho will
Ik.* pleased to give you hi. valuable ad-
Address Dr. Hartman. President of
The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O.
X. r. S. Senator M. C. Butler from
JE_^ South Carolina, was Senator from
that State for two terms, in a
recent letter to The l'eruna Medicine
Co., from Washington, D. C.. says;
<•/ can recommend rerunm (or dys-
pepsia and stomach trouble. I have
been using ycur medicine tor « short
period and I teaI vary much relieved.
It Is Indeed a wonderful medicine be-
sides a good tonic. ” M. C. butler.
Tho only rations! way to euro dys-
pepsia is to remove t ho catarrh. l’eruna
cures catarrh. Poruna does not produce
artificial digestion. It cur.-s catarrh
and leave* the ktomueh to perform diges-
tion iu a natural way. This is vaatly
better aud safur than resorting’to urti-
lieial methods or narcotics.
Poruna lia> cured more eases of dys-
pepsia than all other remedies com-
bined, simply b.uauae it cures catarrh
wherever located. If catarrh is located
in the head, Perunacures it. If catarrh
has fastened iWulf In tho throat or
bronchial tubes, Poruna cures it. \' hen
catarrh buooincs settled in the stomach,
Peruna euros it, as well lu this location
as in any other.
Poruna is not simply a remedy for
dyspepsia. Peruna is a catarrh remedy.
Peruna cures dysjiepsia because it is
generally depemleut upon catarrh.
WERE WELCOMED TO
DUH1NQ LAST YEAR.
They arc settled and settling on the Grain and
Gra/in* l ands, and are prosperous and satisfied.
Sir Wilifred Launer recently said: “A new star
en on the kkoritoa, and it U towaid it that
every immigrant who leaves the land of hi* ancei*
tort to come and trek u home for himself now
turn* his ga/o*’--Canada. There ia
Room for Millions.
FRKK Ilnim-HtoiMlf* given away, dolionli,
Churrhea, lUllwny*, Market*, Climate,
everytliliii; to he <h *lr«'<l.
For a descriptive Atlas end other Information,
apply t<> Superintendent immigration, Ottawa. Can*
■da, or uuthori/ed Canadian Government Acent—
J. £. l fuwtoid. No. IIS W. Ninth Street, Kansas
FARMERS, MERCHANTS. MECHANICS
cun make from one to five thousand dollar* per year,
with promotion* to mauagurs for thone who are
S E. BARBER. Mgr. Atn. III. In*. Co.. Tojoks, Ks»
Small Chinese Oak Trees.
The smallest oak trees are to bo
found in China. They are not one and
one half inches high, and will take
root In thimbles^__
Some Marriage Statistics.
Minors marry at an larlior ago than
any other class of society. Following
them, in duo order, come artisans, la-
borers, clerks, shopkeepers and farm-
ers. The independent classes show
tho smallest percentage of any.
Mr*. Win,low'. Soothing Ryrnp.
Forrtmdren tivtlilnir. wrftra. lh« ,um», ndw
aumn.ilou.sll.y. I'.lu, cure. wla<l colli;, ‘,5c a buttie.
Tho few men who know themselves
thoroughly keep quiet about it.
Do Your Clothes Look YeliowT
Then use Defiance Starch, it will kcop
them white—10 oz. for 10 cents.
It's queer how all rosy lips look so
much alike and yet tnste so different.
Wiqqlc-Stlck Ul'HDRT iu.DK
Won't spill, break, freeze nor spot clothes.
Ousts 10 cents and equals 90 cents worth of
any other bluing. If your grocer does not
keep it send Ilk' for sample to The Laundry
Bluo Co., 14 Michigan street, Chicago.
One flirtation does not make a sum*
should be In every household, none so good,
besides 4 oi. more for 10 cents than any
other brand of cold water starch.
Ttlp.n, Tahiti*. »n> the tie.t dys-
prpala lurdtrlu* ever ui*de. A
hundred million* of them have
beta *old In the United Hau* In
a single y*ar. Otmtlimtlon, heart-
burn. »lck headache, diisluro*, bad
breath. *ore tbr»at, and every 111*
ne*i arising from a •* disordered
stomach are relieved or cured by lUpan* Tabulec.
One will generally give relief within twenty min*
ute*. Th« live-rent package t* enough for ordinary
occasion*. All druggist* Mil them.
It is sometimes said that the Unit-
ed States is the best field for news
papers, but some of the papers of
Paris have enormous circulations.
The largest are I^> Petit Journal. 8b».-
000, and I.e Petit Parislen, $1,500,000.
Sumatra's Soil Is Rich.
In those parts of Sumatra which the
Dutch have subdued they have cut
down vast tracts of Jungle and laid out
tobacco plantations. Tho rich soil,
tropical rains and hot sun produce
crops unusually luxuriant.
China's Invention of Paper.
Dr. Sven Hedln has furnished addi-
tional evidence of the Chinese Inven-
tion of paper. On his recent Journeys
he found Chinese paper that dates
hack to the second half of ^ho third
century after Christ.
Little Known Sayings of Christ.
Prof. Harnack. a widely-known and
liberal professor of theology In the
University of Berlin, has tnude a col
lection of the savings of Christ not
oontalned In the New Testament.
After a man leaves the marriage
altar it'* a ease of bows or lie bossed.
NO MONEY TILL CURED. 28 vears estabiished.
H*! 4 .p * , L w« l VI t .nd fi.1,.14 • no ,.|t tr«llM u l’ll«*. tad Oilmenot Ik*
Be" 91 , L- TV Rtcluiu: »lv> 100 p,|< Ilia*. IrtallM on OIkim. ol Uonun. - 01 illliauili vaitd
fij f ■ -.ft,. . b> nur ml',I nicih'.d, *<'*• (aid a ir*l ill) .red—*c luri.Hk thtlr r.m . on i,pllc*tl<i*.
■ ■BBBBW DRS. THORNTON A MINOR,I0300ak &l..K*nt*iCili.Mo
HE ONLY PAINTS itui.b* eoleljr f r tbt- i
ati-rn ciiniitie. They *t*iul It - like Ibu
lie that wcii't come off they stay ami
beautify y<>ur home while they pn*te< t It from
the wfather. Write u* f. r name < f urureat agent,
and get a • pedal color Uenlgu without oo*l.
LINCOLN PAINT A COLOR CO.
Whan Annwtrlng Advertisement*
Kindly Mention This Paper.
BEGGS* BLOOD PURIFIER
CURES catarrh ot the stomach.
Man's Great Failing.
It Is a wonder that norae sardonic
Schopenhaur has not before now de-
scribed man as the only one of the
animals that does not learn by ex-
Search for Knowledge.
Every working day throughout the
yenr some 600 or 700 men and women
in search of knowledge visit the rend-
ing room of the British Museum In
* Missionaries in China,
Missionaries are at work In 247 of
the walled cities of Chinn. There nr>-
still 1.500 walled cities without mis-
Treasure Long Unclaimed.
The Bank of England contains sll
ver Ingots whieh have lain in vaults
Daily Papers In Russia.
There nrc only about ninety dul'y
paper* In Ru*sln.
The hippopotamus rejoices ia the
fact that beauty is only skin deep.
Ido not believe Plso'sCur* for Consumption
ha- &d equal for coughs and colds.—John F
Dot eh. Trinity Springs, Ind., Feb. IMA
Marriage is not what it is engaged
up to be.
Insist on Getting it.
Some grocers aav they don't keep De-
fiance Starch. This Is bocauso they have a
stoek on hand of other brands containing
only 12 oz. in a package, which thoy won’t
be able to sell first, because Defiance con-
tains 18 oz. for the same money.
Do you want 16 oz. instead of 12 oz. for
same money I Then buy Defiance Staroli.
Requires no cooking.
The wise man parades his little vices
to conceal his great ones.
If he knows of any better lax-
ative and stomach remedy than
If he is not
in his practice,
he knows what
it is, and if he
is honest, he
will satisfy you
and us with his
reply to your
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Papsln
is not sold in bulk, but all drug-
gists sell it in 50cand*l .00 bottles
and refund your money if you re-
ceive no benefit. Fair, isn’t it ?
L K- Corey, M D . Savannah. T*nn . write,
amlrr date of Aug. 1. iwoo; "I have u»ed Ur.
Oaidwoll'a Syrup P<'|mln In both my own
family and In my practice, and uoheiltatlngly
ktato that I have got better remilU from It
than aDy other form of Jieiwln I have ua«d. I
conalderlt amoatuxoelirnt preparation."
Dr. T. Jone*. of Osgood. Mo., write* under
date of Oct. ». I »u#; "I have uaed Syrup
I’epaln for yome time and find It give* moat
czrellent retulta and It la one of the greateat
aelllng preparation* 1 have ever rarrled la
slock. 1 du nut hesitate to recommend 1L
Your Money *.ok
N H Don't Benefit Yon
PEPSIN SYRUP CO., Montieallo, IR.
W. N. U.—WICHITA.—NO. 2$, 1904
The Sanative, Antiseptic,
Assisted by CUTICURA
Ointment, the great
Skin Cure, are of
For preserving, purifying, and
beautifying the skin, for cleansing
the scalp of crusts, scales, and
dandruff, and the stopping of fall-
ing hair, for softening, whitening,
and soothing red, rough, and soca
hands, for baby rashes and dia-
lings, in the form of baths for an-
noying irritations, ulcerations, and
inflammations of women, and
many sanative, antiseptic pur-
poses which readily suggest them-
selves, as well as for all purposes
of the toilet, bath, and nursery,
CUTICURA Soap and CUTI-
CURA Ointment are priceless.
|ni* ik.authm.i the world. Cuttnnrn I
•old throughout the world. CutUnra hoop V*., OtoU
rut, AAc., ffrooivoni, *Ac (to form of Choculato Coatotf
III*. Ur per vial of Dopota London. If Ch*rtW-
um M . Parle, I Rue d# I* r*l« . Boat<>o. Iff Colum
Potter Ifrng ■ Choot Corp., hole Prop
* hood lor " Alow to Pr**or»a, Purify,
When Answering Advertisements
Kindly Mention This Paper.
Melancholy Begins with the Stomach
We may talk sentiment as much ns we like, but the stomach is the chief seat of happiness in this world.
Above all we should know what foods to eat so as to get the most enjoyment from them and,
consequently, the best digestion possible.
WHEAT FLAKE CELERY
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