The Darrow Press. (Darrow, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 20, 1905 Page: 2 of 8
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A VETERAN OF THE BLACK
HAWK, MEXICAN AND
THE CIVIL WARS.
AN OMNIBUS MEASURE
CAPT. W.W. JACKSON.
Sufferings icerc protracted and Severe
— Tried Every Known Remedy Without
Relief—Serious Stomach Trouble Cured
by Three Bottles of Per una !
Capt. W. W. Jackson, 705 G St., N.W.,
Washington, I). writes:
"1 am eighty-three years old. a vet-
eran of the Black Hawk. Mexican and
the Civil Wars. 1 am by profession a
physician, but abandoned the same.
"Some years ago I was seriously af-
fected with catarrh of the stomach.
My sufferings were protracted and
severe. I tried every known remedy
without obtaining relief.
"In desperation / began the use of
your Peruna. I began to realize im-
mediate though gradual Improvement.
"After the use of three bottles every
appearance of my complaint was re-
moved, and I have no hesitation in
recommending' it as an infallible rem-
edy for that disorder."—W.W. Jackson.
Address Dr. S. It. llartman. President
of The llartman Sanitarium, Colum-
ought to bn ducorated and made baauttful
and healthful by using
A Rock Cement SKSWSSS
Destroys disease germs and
f i " "
not rub or scale. „
vermin. No washing of walls after onc ap-
plied. Any one can brush It on— mix with
cold water. Plain tinting and whitening, and
the most elaborate relief, stencil work and
frescoing mny be done with It. Other finishes
(lwuring fanciful names and mixed with hot
water) <lo not have thucementlneproperty
of Alabasttne. They are stuck on with
Kin© or other animal matter, which rots,
feeding disease germs, rubhtng, scaling
and spoiling walls, clothing, etc. Such
finishes must lie washed off every year-cost-
Iv filthy work. IJuy Aluhnstine only lu
five-pound packages, properly labeled.
Tint card, pretty wall and ceiling design,
"Hints on Decorating, and our artists' ser-
vices in making color plans, free.
Orand Rapids. Mich., or 105 Water St., N. Y.
The name and address of your
shoe dealer and 15c to cover
cost of mailing, etc., willsecure
one of the handsome rolled
gold pins illustrated above.
Enameled in colors and will
wear for years. These pins
were secured by thousands of
World's Fair visitors.
Only a few hundred left.
Roberts. Johnson 6 Rand
SHOE- CO. ST. LOUIS
"STAR BRAND SHOES**
W.N.U.—Oklahoma City—No. 29,1905
troubled with ma peculiar t®
tltir sex, ased is a douche is ma.rs-e:aasly «cc-
tes*ful. Tfeoroufhlycleanses, killsdistasewnns,
itjpi diackugei, beais inflammation sci i . j
sort cess, cures leactirrh®* and taial catarrh.
Piutii.e is in powder form to be dissolved in jxre
water, and U Ur more Cleansing, beal-.n;, aermitiual
and Economical than liquid antiseptics f ur i l f
TOILET AND WOMEN-8 SPECIAL USES
For sale at druggists, SO cents a box.
T rial Box and Book of Instructions Praa.
* c H. Past©* company Boston, Mas*.
A Washington Paper Predicts that
A Measure Will be Forced
WASHINGTON: An editorial in the
Evening Slar, an independent paper
of this city, gives perhaps a correct
view of the statehood convention in
Oklahoma. It says:
'The resolutions adopted at Okiaii'v
ma City recite nothing that is new,
but much that is interesting and
worthy of attention. Surely, there is
material for a new state out there.
People In such numbers, and with
such resources, should be permitted
to enjoy full fellowship In American
opportunities. They know what they
Avant and ask for it in terms of con-
fidence and self-respeci. And their
wishes should be gratified.
"Unfortunately, however, the situ-
a'ion remains about as it was last
winter. The people of Oklahoma and
of Indian Territory are somewhat at
the mercy of a political maneuver.
Their case stands bracketed by the
politicians with the case of Arizona
and New Mexico. It is not permitted
to stand on its own merits. The reply
to their appeal is, 'Yes, you are all
right and deserve statehood, but we
must at the same time settle with
Arizona and New Mexico. We must
clean up all the territories at once.'
and New Mexico object to being
fused. Each aspired to statehood on
its own account. But. neither, con-
sidered singly, Is worthy of the boon.
Taken together, even, they are hard-
ly worthy of it. They are poor, both
in people and resources, as compared
with Oklahoma and Indian Territory,
and the country has had several les-
sons In the unwisdom of creating
states out of poor material.
'The contest in congress last witv
ter over the matter was sharp and
the result left both sides bitter anil
determined. They separated with the
view of renewing the struggle at
home, and have done so. Presum-
ably. the lines have been kept tight,
and when congress meets we shall
witness the same marshaling of forces
under the same leadership On the
one side will be the advocates of
fusion for Arizona and New Mexico
for admission as one state, which,
with the admission of Oklahoma and
Indian Territory as one state, would
add two stars to the flag. On the other
side will be those who insist upon
separate statehood for Arizona and
New Mexico, and fusion for the other
two territories, and hence three new
stars for the flag. This fight is not
going to be the least interesting of
the coming session by any means.
This Is the view I most frequently
take of what certain good souls call
my notoriety: a great clock, which
jokers have bung upon my back, and
which, every time I move, begins to
strike, to attract the attention of im-
beciles and puppies.
Education is simply the art of cr
Every housekeeDer should know
that if they will buy Defiance Cold
Water Starch for laundry use they
will sa^e not only time, because it
never sticks to the iron, but because
each package contains 1G oz.—one ful)
pound—while all other Cold Water
Starches are put up in %-pound pack-
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-oz. package it is beca-.se he has
a stock on hand which he wisher to
dispose of before he puts in Defiance.
He knows that Defiance Starch has
printed on every package in large let-
ters and figures "1G ozs." Demand De-
fiance and sav2 much time and money
and the annoyance of the iron stick<
Ing. Defiance never sticks.
Costly Hats for Men
"Talking about expensive hats,
said a promlent hat dealer, "the most
costly hat that was ever made wa3
presented to General Grant while in
Mexico in. 1882. ft cost $1,500 in
gold. It is now in the national
museum at Washington.
"Panama hats used to be frequently
sold as high as $300 each. I re-
member selling four hats at that
price in a single day in 1872, but such
hats are no longer to be obtained. The
most expensive Panama I have sold
In years was bought by a banker of
this city last week for $100. It was the
last fine Panama in stock. Such hats
are still worn by the hidalgos in
South America. They are not made
in Panama, but got the name beraus*
that city was formerly the greatest
market for them. The finest hats
come from Peru. They are made of
the fiber of the pita or pineapple
nlant, which is as soft and pliable as
nilk, and some of them are so fine
:hat they can be folded up and car-
ried in one's vest pocket."—New York
The wise husband will encourage |
lis wife to dipe at her club at least
.wice a week, in the hope that on the
sther days the home dinners ma> I
show a great and generally not un j
aecessary improvement.—Henry La |
GEN. W. W. BLACKMAR DEAD
FROM SAME BOX
Where the Foods Come From.
"Look here, waiter, honest now,
lon't you dip every one of these flaked
sreakfast foods out of the same box?"
'Well, yes, boss, we duz, all 'cept
3rape-Nuts, cause that don't look like
'.he others and people know 'zackly
what Grape-Nuts looks like. But
•.here's 'bout a dozen different ones
aamed on the bill of fare and they are
ill thin rolled flakes so it don't make
any difference which one a man calls
for. we just take out the order from
This talk led to an investigation.
Dozens of factories sprung up about
three years ago. making various kinds
of breakfast foods, seeking to take the
business of the original prepared
breakfast food—Grape-Nuts. These
concerns after a precarious existence,
nearly all failed, leaving thousands of
boxes of their foods in mills and ware-
houses. These were in several in-
stances bought up for a song by spec-
ulators and sold out to grocers and
hotels for little or nothing. The proc-
ess of working off this old stock has
been slow. One will see the names
on menus of flaked foods that went
out of business a year and a half or
two years ago. In a few cases where
the abandoned factories have been
bought up, there is an effort to resus-
citate the defunct, and by copying the
style of advertising of Grape-Nuts,
stjek to influence people to purchase.
But the public has beeu educated to
the fact that all these thin flaked
foods are simply soaked wheat or oats
rolled thin and dried out and packed.
They are not prepared like Grape
Nuts, in which the thorough baking
and other operations which turn the
starch part of the wheat and barley
into sugar, occupy many hours and re-
sult in a food so digestible that small
Infants thrive on it, while it also con-
tains the selected elements of Phos-
phate of Potash and Albumen that
unite in the body to produce the soft
gray substance in brain and nerve
centers. There's a reason for Grape-
Nuts. and there have been many im:
tations. a few of the article itself, but
I many more of the kind and character
Some people think to redeem a bad j uf advertising Imitators are al-
day by dreams <>f heaven at night. . ways counterfeiters and their printed
j and written statements cannot be ex-
It is a good sermon that stays with pected to be different than their
j a man when he is swapping horses. goods.
| This article is published by
Commander-in-Chief of G. A. R. Was
Touring the West
BOISE, ID.: General W. W. Black-
mar, commander-in-chief of the G. A.
R., died here of interstitial nephritis.
His wife was with him during his
illness. The body will be embalmed
and taken to the home of the family
in Boston. The general arrived her
an the 10th on a tour during which
he intendend to visit Grand Army
posts throughout the Northwest. He
was 111 when he arrived and gradual-
ly failed. The seriousness of his con
dition was kept from the public at
the request of his wife.
General Blackmar was born July
25. 1841. at Bristol. Pa. He enlisted
in the Fifteenth Pennsylvania caval-
ry and subsequently joined the First
West Virginia. He served with dis-
tinction throughout the war, and at
Five Forks was promoted on the field
by General Custer to the rank of
captain. Throughout three adminis-
trations those of Governors Long.
Talbott and Rice, he was judge ad-
vocate general of Massachusetts. At
the last national encampment of the
G. A . R., he was elected commander
Ready money is the root of the '
Don't Be WitfeMt Them In Yonr Horn*
Tbey Are Always Ready to Serve
Lunch Tongues Veal Loaf
Boneless Chicken Dried Beef
Brisket Beef Soups
Jellied Hocks Baked Beans
jKjK yottr Grocer
The Booklet "How to Make Good Things
Libby, McNeill & Libby, Chicago
M STARCH 11
FOR 5HIRTS COLLARS CUFFS AND FINE LINEN
Facts Arc Stubborn Things
Uniform excellent quality for 0V8T a quarter of a
century luw steadily increased the sales of LION COFFEE,
The leader of all package coffees.
is now used in millions of homes. Such
popular success speaks for itself. It is a
positive proof that LION COFFEE h*s the
Confidence of fite people.
The uniform quality of LION
COFFEE survives all opjooBition.
LION COFFEE keeps its old friends and
makes new ones every day.
LION COFFEE has even more
than its Strength, Flavor and Qual-
ity to commend it. On arrival from
the plantation, it is carefully roast-
ed at our factories and securely
packed in 1 lb. sealed packages,
and not opened again until needed
for use in the home. This precludes
the possibility of adulteration or contact with germs, dirt,
dust, insects or unclean hands. The absolute purity ol
LION COFFEE is therefore guaranteed to the consumer.
Sold only in 1 lb. packages. Lion-head on every package.
Save these Lion-heads for valuable premiums.
SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE
. WOOLSON SPICE CO.. Toledo, Ohio. .
never crack nor become
brittle. They last twice
as long as those laun-
lered with other starches and
rive the wearer much better
satisfaction. If you want your
husband, brother or son to
look dressy, to feel comfort -
' able and to be thoroughly
happy use DEFIANCE
STARCH in the laundry. It
is sold by all good grocers at
10c a package—10 ounces.
Inferior starches sell at the
same price per package but
contain only 12 ounces. Note the differ-
ence. Ask your grocer for DEFIANCE
STARCH. Insist on getting it and you
will never use anv other brand.
No crted that i
shorter than a lite An umbrella Isn't particular as to
I the company it keeps.
l OXT FORliKT
You would be
espair of him.
When Answering Advertisements
Kindly Mention This Paper.
dun a man than W.N.U^—Oklahoma City—No. 29, 1905
ars<* Tor. puokajr ' Ritl Crrv*« Ball Blue. only
any. south Bend. lad
Performers in the limelight have |
Postum Co at Battle Creek Addition-
ao excuse for being slack.
j al evidence of the
plied in quantities.
truth caa be sup-
The Best Results in Starching
can be obtained only by usinc D. -
Sanc- Starch, besides getting 4 ,,z ,
rr...re for same money—no cjoking re- '
quired. 6 |
,. cam «im iu im rails.
I Best eoutfb Syrup. Twiei Gooa. Cn j
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