The Medford Patriot. (Medford, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 18, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 12, 1903 Page: 3 of 8
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whether It ia chronic,
rcuta or mfuunmitory
of the mdicles or )olnts
I St. Jacobs Oil |
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of th* beat materials and
sold with oar warrant by
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tipon receipt of 15 ceat&. This amount
does not even pay the isietatfe. but it Is
sufficient to show us thai you art* acting
in good faith. Belter send for It now.
Your neighbors trade witii v* why not
you ulso ?
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PREFER ROOSEVELT TO HAGUE.
Washington, Feb. 7.—Irritated by
the note of Minister llowen, Venezue-
la^ representative, addreKH.nl to the
Hritisli ambassador refusing to accept
the ailies* proposal for a selieinc of
preferential payments i y which Ore:*.!
Britain, Germany nn-1 Italy were to
raceive 20 per cent and the remaining
eight creditor nations 10 per octil of
the en stoma of La tluayra and Porto
Cabello, the allied powers have in-
at rile ted their representatives here t.i
submit the question of preferential
treatment for settlement to President
Roosevelt, and in the event that he
declines to uet as arbiter, to take this
and possibly the entire Venezuelan
question to The llai^c.c for settlement,
thereby breaking off negotiations with
The Hritisli ambassador expects to
have an interview with the secretary
of state, whoin lie will sound as to the
probability of the president's neceptane •
of the allies' request. If it is found
that President* Roosevelt is not dis-
posed to allow himself to be dragged
into the negotiations, the instructions
of the allies are such as to permit
them to forego the embarrassment of a
rejection at the hands of Mr. Roose-
velt, and, instead of making known
their wishes t<j him, steps will he
taken to draw up a protocol with .Mr.
Ilowen for a reference of the case t
The Hague, as suggested by him in'his
note of last Mouday.
The British ambassador was the 6rst
of tl*e representatives to receive in-
structions to this effect ami the matter
was discussed at the noonday confer-
ence between the three representatives
of the allies.
"The Hague tribunal," said one offi-
cial of the administration., "has all
along been kept in sight as a port of
safety in case the negotiations here
were not proriu<<live of a final settle-
ment, ami as for the suggestion that
the president act as arbiter, that lias
been a favorite idea of the allies since
the beginning-of the trouble."
Whether President Roosevelt will
accept this invitation of the allies is
liquid called the
ftatrio Juioe. which ia
capable of digesting the 1,
food sad converting it Into
"chyme," which at length
becomes good, rich blood.
The least little ailment of the,
stomach alerts this "gastric
Juioe" and quickly leads to various serious
sicknesses. These ailments max be rsailj
avoided by taking regularly
SOe mm* 01. oo loM«
PENT FREE: Bwhpl* botiln and aa I
teiesting book on stomach troubles.
Mm 3. Par Cant. Though.
Toprka, Feb. 0.—Santa I*'c oondwe-
lorn and trainmen may expect Ui pet
a fair iucreaiie in their wages. Mr.
Ripley exprewned himself an of the
opinion that there wuuhl 1h no slriUc
by tl>e trainmen nor any reason for
one so lonp us they kept their (leiuaaila
to a moclernte limit. "There iviil be
no trouble in malting a settl<«xni
with the trainmen," he said, "so long
as they are reasonable, but 2(1 percent
increase is too much for us to consider,
and me inny as well understand u;
last that it cannot be granted.4*
•Colonist Kstn I'ontlsaMl
Topel.a, Feb. 10. — Notice ha. Wen
given by the Santa Ke of its inUmtion
to continue in effect until June IE the
one way colonist rate of $33 to Cali-
fornia points. This uction is takes as
method of retuliutiou against the
Southern I'aeific which itnnourMod
cheap California rates at wbat the
Santa J'e deemed to be an iuopportwie
Pelee Hull Artln.
Parift, Teh. 10,—The governor of lire
island of Martiniipie in a dispatch to
the colonial ofliue unnounees that the
Mont 1'eiee vol -ano continues active,
that it« summit is eonslantly changing
shape oad that masses of incuiubiseeni
matter are thrown out.
«<ts Avslnat Katlrosds.
Topekit, Feb. — Litigants against
railroads ean no longei chase around
over the state to linil a favorable eourt
in whiah to bring their suits. Under
the old law, a person could bring suit
against a railroad in any county
through which tlte road ran.
Senator Noftager's bill, which liu>
been passed, limits the bringing of
damage suits against railrouds, to the
county where are their general offices,
or in the county where damages to
persons or property occurred.
Evidence All In.
Philadelphia, Feb. T.—After a sitting
of 51 days, the anthracite coal strike
commission concluded the hearing of
witnesses and adjourned ujitil next
Monday, when it will begin to hear the
arguments of counsel representing the
several sides. The arguments will
take up five and u half days, the opera-
tors having been assigned three lays
and the miners the rest of the time.
Today's sessions were taken up iu
hearing the last witnesses presented
by the miners in rebuttal.
Dataware Indiana Win.
Claremore, 1. T., Fob. 10 — Word has
just been received from Washington
that the court of claims has rendered
decision in the celebrated cas«
brought by the Delaware Indians
against the Cherokecs. The decision
provides that all living Delawares who
removed from Kunsasuiul were adopted
Into the Cherokee tribe shall rcceWo 100
acres of land each. All other Delnwa.es
shall receive the same amount of laud
aathe Cherokees, whiah ii 110 aura* of
tl># average valued land. '
Last «f • Famous Craw.
William Hill of Honesdala, Pa., Is
the last survivor of the new Com-
modore Stockton's frigate Congress,
which raised the first United Staates
flag over California in 1S46.
To Cure a Cold In One rtajr.
Take Laxatite Hroino gmnina Tahlsts. All
druggists refund money I f it fails tocure. 25a.
Many a man who poses as a martyr
is simply a dub.
ARK Tnt'R CI.OTHM FADEDr
Use Red cross Ball Blue an! make them
white attain, l.arto J ox. i>ucka<re. 6 cants.
Automobiles and lynching parties
travel at a break-neck *peed.
Mr«. tVln.lnw's Booming Fjmp
F'lf rtllMrcn '' i thine ."firm tiyum,, rfducr. Its
SsilllLftllou. alius * |>< IP, <11 r\'0 wluj cullc. Sit ■ b' tll'i.
The wolf ut the doo.* is sometimes
disguised as a bill collector.
Pis«'s Cure fur ConsinnptloQ Is an IrfaUtbla
med eine [IT coughs and cii'.iI*. — N w. SAiii'iLi.,
Uvrun Ororc, N. J.. Feb. IT. lima
When a fellow marries a girl for her
money it's a sort of safely match.
Dyeing Is as easy as washing whon
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES are
Stolen sweets often cost the mo-t In
Man? Hchool Children Ara Slrkly.
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for Chil-
dren, used by Mother tiray's nurse in
(.iiiUli-cn s Home, New Voric, breaks up
colds iu 24 hours, cure Feverishness,
Headaches, Stomach Troubles, Teeth-
ing Disorders and Destroy Worms. At
all druggists, 25c. Sample mailed free.
Address AllcnS. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y.
If money talks, the change that is
coming to you must be back talk.
Thrre is more ratarrn in tins section or tn
country ihuu all other diseases put toxrthrr
and untII Uio last few years «n supposed to lit
Inrurama r or a irreat many years doeiurs pro-
nounced it a local dUaase. hhU prescribed loi-at
remedies and by constantly falliim to curf
with local treatment, pronounced It Incurable.
Science has proven catarrh to be a constitu-
tional disease, and therefore requires consti-
tutional i reattn«-ut. Hall's Catarrh Cure, man-
ufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo Ohio
Is Ihn only constitutional cure on the market.
It Is taken Internally In ilosts from lOdrnpsuj
a teaspoonful. It acts dlrnrtly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the svstem They offer
Dne hundrad dollars for any CBselt fails to euro.
Sena for circulars and testimonials Address
1" J- CHKXKY Si CO., Toledo, OhIO.
Sold by OmirKisis,
Hall s Fto '
Cure for Whooping Cough.
Pr. Eeurlrauu, a Brussels physician,
announces the : "ess of his serum
for the cure of whooping cough. The
serum Is Injected under the skin, on
the abdomen, and a cure Is performed
In ten days, whereas the disease or-
dinarily runs six to eight weeks.
A man In Athens, who made his
way Into the Greek palace and asked
to see the throne room, has been ar-
rested and placed In an asylum. It
wns as though he had entered the
parliament buildings and asked to
see a government official doing some
work.—Toronto Mail aul Express.
Objccts to Its Being Flattened.
A scientist says that "If the earth
was flattened the sea would be two
milo <1 • r> all over tho world." And
an Oklnlir.nia editor fcives out the fol-
lowing ' If any man Is caught llattfn-
inu out the earth shcot him on the
spot, and don't be too particular what
spot. There are a whole lot of ua
Id Oklahoma that can't swim."
No c romoa or cheap premiums, but
a l-ettcr (jeallty and one-third more of
Defiance starch for the same price of
SISTERS OF CHARITY
RELY ON PE-RU-NA TO FIGHT
CATARRH, COUGHS, COLDS AND GRIP.
>iuili' Pills are the best
Suce -ss is the only road on the map J
that leads to prosperity.
Th* ORR I'ACKAGK.
If "Defiance Starch" does uot please
you, return it to your dealer. If it does
you get one-third more for the same
money. It will give you satisfaction,
and will not stick to the iron.
A popular man often lasts no longer
than a popular song.
INSIST ON GETTING IT.
£omc grocers say they don't keep
Defiance Starch. This is because they
have a stock on hand of other brands
containing only 12 oz. in ;t package,
which they won't be able to sell first,
because Defiance contains 16 oz. for
the same money.
I)o you want 10 ox. instead of 10 oz.
for same money? Then buy Defiance
Starch. Requires no cooking.
A letter recently received by Dr. Hartman from Sister Beatrix, 410 \Y. 30th street,
New York, reads as follows :
T T1 TT|TTTV Tt mmTT n TTTTtJ
A Wise Distinction.
Chinese doctors are very particular
about the distinction between • physi-
cians and surgeons. A Chinese gentle-
man was struck by an arrow, which
remained fast In his body. A surgeon
based upon what they arc going to do. I WQS Bont 'or an<'' " 's "aid, broke off
the protruding bit of the arrow, leav-
ing the point Imbeddel. He refused
to extract It. because the case was
The reputations of some men are
4ACKH FOB BALK OK TRADE.
1 have decided to dispose of all my
breediug stock, anil for this reason am
ofterino- Dies.- jacks for sale, or would
trade tliein for cows or good young
horses. These jacks run from two to
six years old, well colored and well-
bred. one or two of which, I think, are
thi1 best in Kansas. Any one wauting
an extra good animal can get one from
roe at closing out prices.
JNO. A. EDWARDS,
The wise man enjoys what little he
has while the foo! is seeking for more.
clearly one for a physician, the arrow
being inside the body.
8hattu:'a Brilliant Idea.
Representative Shattuc of Ohio sat
In his committee-room busily stamp-
ing his name at the bottom of a large
number of letters with a rubber
stamp cut In facsimile. "What do
you use a stamp for, Shattuc?" asked
Representative Beldler. "Well." said
Shaituc, "if the letters are all right
It makes no difference, and If the
letters are not all right I can say my
| Dr. S. B. Hartman, Columbus, Ohio: i
Dear Sir:—" / cannot say too much In praise of Peruna. Light bottles 3
of It cured me of catarrh of the lungs of four years standing, and 1 would j
not have been without It for anything. It helped several Sisters of Cougha 3
\ and colds and I have yet to find one case of catarrh that It does not cure." i
f SISTER BEATRIX. |
Interesting Letters from I the Peruna was suffering from laryngb
r.tk.i:. l_ • •• , tls, and loss of voice. The result of the
toinoiic institutions. treatment was most satisfactory. She
77 — found great relief, and after farther usa
In every country of the civilized world of the medicine we hope to be able to
the Sisters of Charity are known. Not onl\ say she /s entirely cured."—Sisters o#
do they minister to the Charity.
IHI YO(T|l CLOTH KM LOOK YELLOW
Then use Defiance Sureh, it will I secretary wrote them and
ktep them white—10 or., (or lueents. , stamp"
Knows Value of Caricature.
Joseph Chamberlain appreciates the
fact that caricature sometimes means
for U man In public life a not undesir-
able public attention, and he once sent
one of his most persistent caricatur-
ists his photograph, with thm inscrip-
tion nn the hack, "From the real
Chamberlain to the author of the ficti-
Many Railway Holdupa.
By tho record of the Cincinnati Ex-
press Gazette. It appears that there
were twenty-two train robberies In
the United States in 1902. In the past
thirteen years, according to the same
authority, 328 railroad trains have
been "held up" In this country and 98
persona have been killed and 107 In-
jured, mostly by gunshot wounds, In
the perpetration of the crimes.
Queer Request Made by Governor-
Gov. Aycock of North Carolina has
asked Gov. Terrell of Georgia to Issue
a pardon to Fred Chestnut, a North
Carolinian In the Georgia peniten-
tiary for robbing an express ear, prom-
ising to reciprocate by Issuing a par-
don to any Georgian who may be "do-
ing time" In the prison of the tar
heel state. Gov. Terrell says be
isn't in that aort of business.
spiritual and intellectual
needs of the charges com-
mitted lo their care, but
they also minister to their
bodiy needs. With so
many children to take care
of and to protect from climate and disease,
these wise and prudent sisters have found
Peruna a never-foiling safeguard.
Dr. Hartman receives many letters from
Catholic Sisters from all over the United
States. A recommend recently received
from a Catholic institution in Detroit, Mich.,
reads as follows :
Dr. S B. Hartman, Columbus, Ohio:
Dear Sir:—'' The young girl who used
This youni; girl was under the care of tha
Sisters of Charity and used Peruna for
catarrh of the throat, with yood results aa
the above letter testifies.
f rom a Catholic Institution In Cen*
tral Ohio comes the following recoin«
mend from the Sister Superior.
If you do not derive prompt and *atit-
factory tesults from the use of I'eruna,
write at once lo I>r. Hartman, giving m
full statement of your case, and he will ba
pleased to give you his valuable advice
Address Dr. Hartman, President of Tha'
Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio.
That Cry—"Oh, My Backt
The little missionary, Doan'a Kidney Pills, "free trial,"
carries ease, rest, comfort. Most people need kidney
belp; they who choose Doan's get It — help that laata.
IVrrnrtF-.t-D, Isn —" When I sent, for Aching barks are eased. Hip, back, and
Itic trial box of Doau g Kidney Pills I luul loin pains overcome. Swelling of the
been afflicted for two months with pain iu limbs and dropsy signs vanish.
oil back so bad that I could not get from Thev correct urine with brick dust sedi- '
tho house to the barn. It was called menl, high colored, pain In passing, drib-
njeumatism. I could get no relief from tiling, frequency, bed wetting Doau's
the doctors. I begun to improve on taking Kidney Pills remove calculi and gravel
the sample ami got two boxes at our Relieve heart palpitation, sleeplessness
druggists, and, although 68 years of age, 1 headache, nervousness, dizziness.
I am almost a new man. I wns troubled n 1
good deal with my water— had to get up FREE. CREATED FOR tlCK KIDNEYS
four and five times a night That trouble '
is.over with and once more I can rest the
night through. My backache is all gone.
and I thank you ever so ninch for the 1
wonderful medicine, Doan's Kidney Pills " '
— .Ino. II HiiiKtt. I'resideut Ritigeville,
Indiana, Stale Rauk.
If yon arc thinking uf|
buying at 'ream Separator I
write u- foi Catalogue uiid I
Informal ion. W « maim I
factum the t *st ma. lime I
on the ir.urkel.
Cream Separator Co.,|
«4 to 04 N.Cliutun St.
nr.LDTNo, Mien . Jan. 14, 1!WV? _"I re.
eeived trial box of Doan's Kidney Pills,
"lhey did me lots of good. I ran now go
to lied and lie on my right side —the pain
there is all gone, also the stomach distress
and belching of gas is all stopped, with
tie use of two boxes."—Mrs. E. N Utu#
R. F. D. No. 2. Reading, Mich.
FREE TO WOMEMt
rieas* *nd me by mall, without charm,
trial box Doan's Kidney 1'iila.
V — "■ ana man to
otter-Milburn Ou., buffalo, M. Y.)
To prove the hcalititf and
elran.in,, now-r of I'attlu.
Toilet Antiseptic we will
mail a large trial package
with book of instruction*
absolutely free. TUIs H not
a tinv sample, but a largt
package,* enough to cor*
ylnce anyone of its value.
Women all over the country
are praising Pax ti no for what
,'t hus clone in I oral treat*
.11 f„n ~ *n*nt of fern* e III*, cur ins
I i.>JS?«Jfnni*t!onl,?',,,,,lchaiies. wonderful usa
4ttr?L n^inul.1L0,,chr- for *°re th™t. nasal
m *111 S?i ! w*asl1 1111,1 10 wmove tartui
I • UI do teeth, Send today, a postal cat*
' ...'ifi' b* drnrgl.tft nr Bent |>n«tpal<1 hrm, n*
I Illrl e'.,v.",,L',,"'',lo,, 'u .riutV"
THE K. I AXIOM CO., Itostou, Mass.
3*4 Columbus Ave.
■DLL'S UUPE TORIC CURES CONSTIPATION
Constipation ia the rotting and decaying of undigested food
In UM alimentary canoi. Disease germs arise from this fester-
~ - inf? mass, which find Uieir way into the
blood. The blood becomes impure and
shortly the entire system gives way to
the unhealthy condition.
You cannot cure a case like this by
taking pills or other common cathartics.
A laxative will not do. A blood medi-
cine ia IneJIectire. Mull's Grape Tonic
Is a gentle and mild laxative in addition
to being a blood making and strength-
giving tonic which immediately builds
lilt I tin «. nnln.l I... J.. J . .
THE NORTHWESTERN LIFE and SAVINGS
COMPANY of OES MOINES, IOWA.
All policies required by law to to secured by deponlr with the t # -
innnt of fund.llmitad Ij charter to loans on First Mortgage, oa Farm" wd Sn it?!?tl pilllJE
A Limited Expense Fond.
Compnlaory dlatrlbotloa of tha aandng. aiming If, Pulleyhnldera.
•■.O aaa%.aa IU1I1II lliaUIJ1 UUIIUS
up the wasicd body and makes rich, red
blood that carries its health-giving
■b-engtb to every tissue at every heart
Mull's Grape Tonic Is made of pure
crushed fruit Juices and ia sold under n
_ . positive guarantee.
Doctora prescribe It All druggists sell it at 60 cents a bottle.
UiMrieg MWkla,C., Boct,I«Im4, III.,I.t« tr MUncuinplcbottle.
*,«Ki p ee>|
>WEY TIJUL cured. 20 VEAtS ESUBLISBEB.
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SECURITIES ON DEPOSIT WITH
DtO. SI. 'M,
OIO. ai, ' 7, a 7,447.00
DEO. a., ... •36,720.00
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