The Medford Star. (Medford, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 44, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 4, 1907 Page: 3 of 8
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CURED OF GRAVEL.
FIGURES OF A CROP IN WESTERN
Wot a Single Stone Ha* Formed 8lne«
Using Doan't Kidney Rills.
J. D. Daughtrey, music publisher, of
Buffolk, Va., says: "During two or
three years that I hart
kidney trouble I passed
2pounds of gravel
and sandy sediment
I in the urine. I haven't
puasod a atone since
using Doan's Kidney
Pills, however, and
| that was three years
I ago. l used to suffer
I tfie most acute agony
during a gravel attack,
and had the other usual symptoms of
kidney trouble—lassitude, headache,
pain in the back, urinary disorders,
rheumatic pain, etc. 1 have a box con-
taining 14 gravel stones that I passed,
but that is not one-quarter of the
whole number. I consider Doan's Kid-
ney Pills a fine kidney tonic."
For sale by all dealers. 60 cents a
box. Poster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
MUST MAKE TERMS
Employes of Western Railroads Re-
fuse to Consider Propositions
THE SITUATION IS GRAVE
OLD CANNON CAN'T BE BROKEN.
Armament of Old Craft Was Made to
A good story Is being told at the
Mare Island navy yard" concerning a
Ban Francisco contractor who bought
all the old obsolete cannon which wer°
•old at the local yard some time ago.
The cannon were all of the smooth
bore kind, and In order that they
might be easily handled for shipment
to the city all sorts of schemes were
tried to endeavor to break them with
dynamite and blasting powder, but
they were unsuccessful.
An electric drill machine was even
•®t up at the yards and the cannon
were drilled full of holes in order to
weaken them for breaking open with
wedges, but this was also unsuccess-
ful. The cannon were then taken
away and the last heard of them they
were corralled in the hills near Point
Richmond, where an effort was being
made to break them open with dyna-
The cannon which proved to be so
strong were among the armament of
the war craft which sailed, the seas
FURIOU8 HUMOR ON CHILD.
The Men Assert Only Way a 8trlke Can
Be Averted is For the Of-
ficials to Come to
Swan River 8ettler
Itching, Bleeding Sores Covered Body
—Nothing Helped Het^-Cutlcura
Cures Her in Five Days.
"After my granddaughter of about
seven years had been cured of the
measles, she was attacked about a
fortnight later by a furious itching and
painful eruption all over her body,
especially the upper part of it, forming
Watery and bleeding sores, especially
under the arms, of considerable size.
She suffered a great deal and for three
weeks we nursed her every night,
using all the remedies we could think
of. Nothing would help. We tried the
Cuticura Remedies and after twenty-
four hours we noted considerable im-
provement, and after using only one
complete set of the Cuticura Remedies,
in five consecutive days the little one,
much to our joy, had been entirely
cured, and has been well for a long
time. Mrs. P. Ruefenacht, R. F. D. No.
8, Bakersfield, Cal., June 25 and July
A curious point in regard to the new
dogs act occupied the attention of the
Carnorvan county bench on Saturday,
aays the London Dally Mail. The su-
perintendent reported that eight per-
sons had applied for exemptions in re-
Bpect of dogs which were used for
churning, lssard Davids inquired
whether It had not been decided that
to use dogs for such a purpose was
cruelty, but several of his colleagues
replied In the negative. The bench
decided that the owners of the churn-
ing dogs must take out licenses.
ST4TB Of Ohio. City or Tolido, I „
Lucas Coutv. f "•
r*AM J. CmcNRT liulcea oath that be ti senior
•artjer of tie arm of F. J. Chiket * Co., dolus
smlueu Id til* City uf Toledo. County and Sura
Aforesaid, and that said arm will pay the sum of
OHE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every
£ • of Cataim that cannot be cured by the use of
■all1! Cataub Cobb.
FRANK J. CHEMtr.
Sworn lo before me and subscribed In my presonctt
this tth day of December, A. D., IB8S.
. A. W. GLEASOX,
Ball's Catarrh Cure la taken Internally and acta
Slrectly on tbe blood and inucnis surface* of th*
System, bend for tesilm uil.iK free.
F. J. CHENEr * CO., Toledo, O.
Chicago, March 29. — The contro-
versy over a wage scule between the
general managers of the Western rail-
roads and their employes In the train
service can not be arbitrated. The
only way In which a strike can be
averted is for the officials of the roads
to make terms with the men. This is
the ultimatum Issued by the represen-
tatives of the two unions involved in
the difficulty after a meeting Thurs-
day night to consider the action of
the railroads In asking the federal gov-
ernment to try to bring about a set-
tlement by mediation, along the lines
provided by the Erdmann net. The
arbitration move of the general man-
agers was considered at considerable
length by the union representatives,
but the proposition was finally re-
jected and a resolution passed refus-
ing to aibitrate the wage scale ques-
The general managers Thursday
night for the first time, admitted the
situation was grave. The crisis was
Intensified by the fact that no com-
promise had been effected with the
representatives of the 15,000 locomo-
tive firemen, who are here negotiating
for higher wages and an 8-hour day.
Another conference was held between
the general managers' association and
a committee representing the firemen,
but nothing in the way of a settlement
Secretary Slason Thompson of the
General Managers' Association said
"We are waiting to see what the
government will do. We do not ex-
pect to hear directly in answer to our
request that the whole difficulty
should be arbitrated along the lines
suggested by the Erdman act, but we
believe when the labor leaders involv-
ed received word from Washington
that the government has been asked
to take a hand in the matter, that they
will look at the matter in a different
light and will be willing to submit the
iiuestion to arbitration. We are not
looking for trouble, but we have made
all the concessions we can afford un-
der the present conditions and the
sooner the men become reconciled to
this the better It will be for everyone
Benito, Manitoba, Nov. 26, 1906.
At Swan River Valley, In May, 1900,
a settler took up n homestead on Sec-
tion 30, In Township 34, Range 29
West of the First Merldan, at that
time 50 miles from a railway, tele-
graph, school or church. There Is
now a railway within two miles of
my farm, and all these other advant-
ages close at hand. His story is:
"After making my homestead entry
fee of $10 I had 4f .00 total (forty-five
dollars) capital. Through doing
homestead duties in slack times of
the year, I managed to get a start. I
am a married man of 28 years of age.
"I built my first house, or shack,
and broke up 8 acres, putting five
acres in crop the first year.
"This year, 1906, 1 had 80 acres In
crop—G5 acres in wheat, 20 acres of
which yielded 850 bushels, or 42 %
bushels per acre; 15 acres of oats,
which yielded 355 bushels, and one
stack of oats In sheaf for feed.
"Receipts for the year—
Sold 1,755 bu. of wheat for.. .$1,037.10
In granary, 110 bushels 71.50
In granary, 355 bu. oats 88.75
Garden roots and vegetables 25.00
One stack of oats in sheaf... 60.00
A Word for Himself.
The young widow of an old husband
Inscribed the following words upon
her dear departed's tomb: "To the
memory of Mathurln Hezuquet, who
left this vale of tears at the age of 99
years 11 months and 20 days, deeply
grieved at having to leave behind him
the most charming and faithful of
Big Port of New South Wales.
Newcastle, N. S. W„ Is now a very
Important port, with Its 80,000 people
and situated 102 miles by rail or 60
miles by sea from Sydney. The prin-
cipal shipments are coal. Last year
1,779 vessels entered and cleared, hav-
ing a combined tonnage of 2,768,401.
Labor troubles are Its chief drawback.
That an article may be good as wll
ns cheap, and give entire satisfaction,
is proven by the extraordinary sale of
Defiance Starch, each package con-
taining one-third more Starch thin
can be had of any other brand for the
MISS EMMA RUNT2LER
Expenses of year—
I31ue stone for seed $ 1.60
Paid for binder twine 30.00
Paid for hired help 120.00
Paid for threshing 107.00
$ 258.60 Peoria, 111.
Animals With Backbones.
The number of different species of
animals known to naturalists Is,
roughly, 156.000, of which 15,300 are
vertebrates, or backboned.
Oarfi.rid Tea is for those who desire nn
Weal laxative; it in simple, pure, mild and
potent, it regulates the liver and kidneys
overcome* constipation, and hrinstx (i
Health. It 1H guaranteed under the Pure
food and Drugs Law.
Keep your fears to yourself, but
share your courage with others-
Lewis' Single Binder Cigar has n rich
taste. 1 <-ur dealer or Lewis' Factory,
ll'sFamlly I'll,a for constipation.
^ The Cheerful Bohemian.
"I never see you that you arent
light-hearted and cheerful," they said
to the seedy Bohemian. "Why la it
"Well, you see," the Bohemian ex-
plained, 'I ve got no used to never hav-
lag any money, to being always broke,
to realising that I've come to the eud
of my rope and there's nothing left
for me, that I've made up my mind to
make the best of It and take my medi-
etas with * smile."
Bbeer white goods, In fact, any fine
•ash goods when new, owe much of
their attractiveness to the way they
•n laundered, ibis being done In •
Banner to enhance their textile beau-
ty. Home laundering would be equal,
ly satisfactory If proper attention wag
•Iran to starching the first essential
"•tag good Starch, which has sufficient
strength to stiffen, without thickening
the goods. Try Defiance Starch and
yon will be pleasantly surprised at the
Improved appearance ol your work.
Hissed Japaneee Flag.
At the Star Theater, Seattle, the
other evening the flags of several na-
tions were exhibited inteuccession dur-
ing an act on the stage. All except
the flags of Russia and Japan were
applauded. The former waa received
ta silence, the latter waa loudly
Galusha A. Grow Is Dead.
Blnghamton, N. Y„ April Fir-
mer Congressman Galusha A. Grow
died at his home In Glenwood, Pa.,
Sunday afternoon as a result of a
general breakdown attributed to old
age. Mr. Grow was elected to con-
gress from the Wumot district of
Pennsylvania as the youngest member
of that body in 1851, and after retire-
ment from public life for nearly 40
years, he re-entered the house of rep-
resentatives as congressman at large
from Pennsylvania 14 years ago. When
he retired four years ago, his public
srevlce In the house extended over the
longest period, although not continu-
ous service, of any man who ever sat
in that body.
Students in a Wreck.
Pendleton, Mo., March 28.—Fifteen
students of the Blees Military acad-
emy at Macon, Mo., were slightly in-
jured In a wreck of a Wabash passen-
ger train near here Tuesday. Nearly
the entire passenger list consisted of
the students, nearly one hundred in
all, en route to St. Louis. None was
so badly injured that they could not
continue their journey on a relief
Died on Wedding Tour.
New York, March 28.—A despatch
received Wednesday from Tokio an-
nounces the death of James Ilenry
Smith, one of the wealthiest capital-
ists of this city. At the ttme or ils
death Mr. Smith was on a wedding
tour around the world. His nriae is
the divorced wife of wllllam Rhine
lander Stewart. They were marritd
In this city last September.
Salt Lake Road Opened Soon.
Los Angeles, April, 1.--Officials of
the Salt Lake road expect to have the
line open for through traffic by April
10. The expectation is based upon a
message received Sunday from Gener-
al Manager R. E. Wells, who has
charge of the re-const ruction work at
the scene of recent extensive wash-
Nebraska's Primary Bill Paaaed.
Lincoln. Neb.. March 31.—The sen-
ate Friday passed the state-wide di-
rect primary bill with amendments
which the house concurred*in. The
bill, which will to the governor
Saturday, does away with state, coun-
ty and city nominating conventions.
No Opposition for Anthony.
Topeka, April 1.—At a meeting of
the First district democratic congres-
sional committee here Saturday after-
noon It was decided by a unanimous
vote not to place a candidate in the
field against Dan Anthony, the repub-
1C0 acres of land valued at. .$2,500.00
Frame house 20x26, valued at 600.00
Farm Implements 425.00
1 team horses and harness.. 400.00
5 head young cattle 75.00
2 hogs 15.00
Receipts of this year's crop.. 1,015.75
Loan on farm 500.00
Balance to my good $4,530.75
Particulars as to how to secure low
railway rates to the free homestead
lands of Western Canada may be se-
cured frpm any Canadian Government
Best Violin Strings.
The best strings for violins are of
Italian make and are from the intes-
tines of spring lambs, killed in Sep-
tember. The process of drying and
bleaching of the woods and strings by
the hot Italian sun, rather than by
the artificial method used In other
countries, accounts In a great meas-
ure for the superior quality of both
materials. This Intense heat was also
the reason for the slow distillation
of the oils used by the Italian mak-
ers, which always remained at a high
temperature, and the varnish, slowly
soaking into the woods of the violins
beneath the heat of those Italian sum-
mers, produced. In part, the mellow-
ness of tone that gives to a Cremona
Instrument Its value, after a lapse of
200 or more years.—March Circle.
Laundry work at home would be
much more satisfactory if the right
Starch were used. In order to get the
desired stiffness, it Is usually neces-
sary to use so much starch that the
beauty and fineness of the fabric Is ;
hidden behind a paste of varying i
thickness, which not only destroys the
appearance, but also affects the wear-
ing quality of the goods. This trouble
can be entirely overcome by using De-
fiance Starch, as it can be applied
much more thinly because of Its great-
er strength than other makes.
Big Collection of Pelts by a Boy.
The youngest successful trapper in
the country is probably Woodbury
Moore of Kendall, aged 14 years, says
the Denver News. J
The boy has just collected bounty j
on ten coyote pelts atfd during the !
winter has taken, in addition to the !
coyotes, ten badgers, 80 muskrats, 12 i
skunks and about $50 worth of mink
furs. He traps independently, receiv- |
ing no adult assistance.
Important to Mothors.
diamine carefully every bottle of CASTOHIa.
safe and sure remeaj for iufant* and cbildreu,
ud m that *t
Nothing Is Impossible to the man
who can will.—Emerson.
Wtaelow'e Soothing- Srrop.
For.-h!ldr.;n teething, .oftxnn Ihesaraa, reduces In
fl&muiatlou. allay it pain,curoa wloilcollu. aricahotil*
A man may know much and yet be
a pretty face, a good figure, but
sooner or later learn that the
healthy, happy, contented woman
is most of all to be admired.
Women troubled with fainting
spells, irregularities, nervous irrita-
bility, backache, the ' blues," and
those dreadful dragging sensations,
cannot hope to bo happy or popular,
an<l advancement in either home,
business or social life Is impohsible.
The cause of these troubles, how-
ever, yields quickly to I.ydia K. Pink-
ham's Vegetable Compound made
from native roots and herbs It acts
at, once upon the organ afflicted and
the nerve centers, dispelling effec-
tually all those distressing' symp-
toms. No other medicine in the country has received such unqualified
indorsement or has such a record of cures of female ills us has
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
Miss Emma Runtzler, of 63t State St., Schenectady, N. Y , writes: -
4ror a lon< time I wua troubled with a weakness which seemed to
drain all ray strength away. I hnd dull headaches, was nervous,
irritable, ana all worn out. Chancing' to rend one of vour advertisements
of u case similar to initio cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound, I decided to try it uiul I eannot exnresjj my gratitude for the
benefit received. I am entirely well o.nd feel like a new person."
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the most successful
remedy for all forms of I-Vraale Complaints, Weak Hack, Falling and
Displacements, Inflammation and Ulceration, and is invaluable iu trc-
[ paring for childbirth and the Cliamre of Life.
Mrs. Pinkham's Standing: Invitation to Women ,
Women suffering from any form of female weakness are invited to
promptly communicate with Mrs. Finkham, at Lynn, Mjl* Her advice ,
[ is free and always helpful.
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3.00 AND $3.50 SHOES Am I
W. L. DOUGLAS $4.00 GILT EDGE SHOES CANNOT BE EQUALLED AT ANY PRICE. I
SHOES FOR EVERYBODY AT ALL PR WES ■
«' • Shoea.JM «..«! .r,o. K..,V M «' , (f " 5. Wo. m" f
Shorn, 94 to 91.AO. MUm-h* 4- riiildren'H shoe*. !>•!.•« lo 81.00. X
w. I. Douglas shoes aro i.;< oj;nuoil by «X[ erl jn.lKea of footwearS
to bo 1 be best :n style, lit ami wear produced in this country. Each
I art of tlie shoe and every detail of tlio makirR is looked after
and watched over by nkillol shoemakers, without regard to
tnn© or cost. If I could take you into my large factories
Brockton, Mass., ard show you How carefully W. Douglas fH
shoes are made, y u wouU then . nderstaml v by they l.olil their'sha|iiThi"u tit7
wear lm^i-, pnd are of c-.ater value thvi a-v other makes.
~"a 01 !'"• hotloni. vrlm-ii piut.i l* ti* nran-r I -ti
W. 1.. UOI.ui As,
V /! -' ■
W. I~ Duncli
prj""1! h,| Inforiur Ihwk. '1'itke N« Kui.„tliiu..
rait Color Kyrlrlt tiArd ts, iutihiu. Catalog mailed/,
One of the Important Duties of Physicians arA
the Well-informed of the World
is to leam as to the relative standing and reliability of tbe leading mnnui.ictur-
ers of medicinal agents, as tbe most eminrnt physicians are tbe most careful as to
the uniform quality and perfcct purity of remedies prescribed bv the.n, and it is well
known to physicians and the Well-informed generally that the California Fitr Svri-p
0., by reason of its correct methods and perfect equipment and the ethical character of B&L
its product has attained to the high standing in scientific and commercial circles which
is accorded to successful and reliable houses only, and, therefore, that the name oi the
Company has become a guarantee of the excellence of its remedy.
TRUTH AND QUALITY
appeal to the Well-informed in every walk- of life and are essential to permanent suc-
cess and creditable standing therefore we wish to call the attention of all who would
f"]°y, l°°f 1 11!, 7lth Us busings, to the fact that it involves the question of right
, a" .the ,term impbes. With proper knowledge of what is best each hour
of recreation, of enjoyment, of contemplation and of effort may be made to contribute
to that end and tire use of medicines dispensed with generaliv to great advantage but
as 111 many instances a simple, wholesome remedy may be invaluable if taken at tlie
TO,!1™?,: , 'lforn.ia Flff S-vruP Co- feels that it is alike important to present
truthfully he subject and to supply the one perfect laxative remedy which has won
the appoval of physicians and the world-wide acceptance of the Well-Informed because
ot the excellence of the combination, known to all, and the original method of manufac-
ture, which is known to the California Fig Syrup Co. only.
This valuable remedy has been long and favorably known under the name of—
a.vrup of Pigs and has attained to world-wide acceptance as tbe most excellent of
family laxatives, and as its pure laxative principles, obtained from Senna, are well
known to physicians and the Well-informed of the world to be the best of natural
laxatives, we have adopted the more elaborate name of—Syrup of Figs and Elixir of
Senna—as more fully descriptive of the remedy, but doubtless it will always l.e
called for by the shorter name of Syrup of Figs—and to get its beneficial effects alwavs
note, when purchasing, the full name of the Company— California Fig Syrup Co—
plainly printed on the front of every package, whether you simply call for — Svrup of
Figs—or by the full name—Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna -as—Svrup of Figs and
Elixir of Senna—is the one laxative remedy manufactured by the California Fig Svrup
Co. and the same heretofore known by the name —Syrup of Figs —which has given
satisfaction to millions. The genuine is for sale by all leading druggists throughout
the United States in original packages of one size only, the regular price of which
is fifty cents per bottle.
Every bottle is sold under tbe general guarantee of the Company, filed with the
Secretary of Agriculture, at Washington, D. C., that the remedy is not adulterated or
misbranded within the meaning of the Food and Drugs Act, June 30th, iyo6
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
San Francisco, Cai.
U S. A.
New York, N. Y.
Positively cured by
these Little Pills.
They also relieve Dis-
tress from Dyspepsia. In-
digestion and Too Hearty
Eating, a perfect rem-
edy for Dizziness. Nausea.
Drowsiness, Bad Taste
ta tbe Jlouth. Coated
Tongue. Pain In the Side.
TORPID LTVER. ThOT |
regulate tbe Bowel*. Purely Vegetable.
a Dae For Over 30 l'cura.
Th# Kind You linre Alw« e Bought.
Woman Lobater Catcher.
Mrs. Kate Wilson Is supposed to be
the only woman professional lobster
catcher In the state of Maine. Mrs.
■ Wilson has a boat whose motive
power la a four-horse power gasoline SMALL PILL SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE.
engine, and ahe la making a aucceaa ^ MWXrniUC.
of her business.
Defiance Starch Is the latest Inven-
tion in that line and an improvement
on all other makes; It is more eco-
nomical, does better worlc, takes less
time. Get it frum anjr grocer.
Hearing Strangsly Restored.
A man of Witten, Germany, who
had been almost deaf for some years.
Genuine Must Bear
Puzzles the 8mall Boy.
The small boy Is apt to wonder why
a young man has the shoulders of his
recovered his hearing completely after coat padded instead of the seat of
* terrific explosion. his trousers.
NO MORE MUSTARD PLASTERS TO BLISTER.
THE SCIENTIFIC AND MODERN EXTERNAL COUNTER-IRRITANT
EXTRACT OF THE CAYENNE PEPPER PLANT
A OUICK. SURE. SAFE AND ALWAYS RFADY CURE FOR PAIN -=>Rirp
15c.-IN COLLAPSIBLE TUBES-AT ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS (R
TI L L TH EREP AF!lM0,r nSf FC P<$Z1?£ STAMPS DON'^ WAIT
TILL THE PAIN COMES —KEEP A TUBE HANDY.
A substitute for and superior to muatard or any other piaster, and will r.oi
blister the most delicate skin. The paln-aiiaving and curative Qualities of
the article are wonderful. It will stop the toothache at once, and relieve
Headache and Sciatica. We recommend It as the best ar.d safest external
counter-irritant known, also as an external remedy for pains In the chest
and stomach and all Rheumatic, Neuralgic and Gouty complaints A trial
will prove what we claim for it, and it will be found to be invaluable in the
household and for children. Once used no family will be without it Manv
people say "it Is the best of all your preparationa." Accept r.o preparation
of vaseline unleas the same carries our label, as otherwise It is not penning
SEND YOUR ADDRESS AND WE WILL MAIL OUR VASE
LINE PAMPHLET WHICH WILL INTEREST YOU
CHESEBROUCH MFG. CO.
17 STATE STREET NEW YORK CITY
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