Mangum Sun-Monitor. (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 14, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 2, 1903 Page: 3 of 10
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the story. We will send ztuipun
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repealed III All
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laaltin, or ImIoiv the eouru, kliinptr*
aa well aa eArrler* may be liifluil.il w
' Tit# federal rlrimil guurit an-
given power to Interfere by snuiiiiary
prucrM to prevent departures from ilir
publl»|ird rate* nr oilier discrimina-
tions forbidilen by law.
Greenville, Mlsa. Mir. 31.—Only six
block* Are aIiovc «Aler. All oiglit the
police arhh returning |>artie» were ut
work bringing people from the flooded
•list rict, tuanv hotiaes being under
water to a depth of M-vrral feet. From
the great pUntationa about the
orevHtme Jit I.a (Srauce cornea re|K>rtAof
heart remling mxmivm. Ilumlredb of
negrooA have been brought to Oreen-
»llle for nafety and the town 1m filled
with htoclc taken from the pluntationii.
>Botli electric light planta are sur-
rounded with water.
DAN GR0SVEN0R SAYS:
MPt*r«>aa it an Excellent Spring Catarrh
aa Well at Ever."
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blA »>« and notiHng A Hill# tab
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Th# Pearl Pithing Inbwetry.
TUa pAAfl flalilua arAAOQ baa Jual
cowin.ni ■ ! In Knat luduia aatrr*.
and aiaUatlra abw« the enortmnia
Dumlier of oyAiara already bAiiillwl in
mnli for the ««sna l£«|>erta eaii
mate thai the Indian bank* Along the
n>ABt line of Ceylon and Houthern In
dla hold 7l.WUb.ooo pearl ben ring oya
Lady Beauoamp'a Fan.
Seventy ladleA of New South Wolee
hate aent a fan to Ijidy lleau<bAin|i
The fan la made of white oatrlth
feaihera from the als yearold llarra-
rlough o*trl«h farm at South Head.
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Ilan allv«>r. while the hatidlu pivot anil ' Hon. I»an A. Graavanor, Ifepuiy Auditor (or the War Department, in a letter
mounting* are of Auatrallan gold. ' wiiten Irom Washington, U. aav*:—
~ "Allow me to express my gratitude to you for the benefit derived
A Sydney0"N,ns haa or ,rom one bott,e ot pcruna. One week has brought wonderful changes
dered fi.uoo worth of American fla«b «*«# / *m now as well as ever. Besides being one of the very best
and 2,000 icrosa of fourth of July but spring tonics It is an excellent catarrh remedy."—
ton*. Ixjoka aa If they Intended to j D N npn<VFXnB
have a good time down there this . M . UAN A' OROSVbNOK.
year. All they will need la a few cop- to/ «««'«"« ^ say.
les of the declaration of indopen i "/consider Peruna really more meritorious than I did when / wrote
dence, a supply of fireworks, ami you last. J receive numerous letters from acquaintances all over the
some serious accident to make a real j country asking me If my certificate Is genuine. / Invariably answer
yes."—Dan A. Grosvenor.
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lot TAAM* laalllv
I «■!«•« ttell In a '
aty bAAfiy ind>>t>#ror
tUm. It a C. Ablaxi
Washington, t), C , »nie>
"I am lully coaviairtl thai )<«i temady
ia aa «a<ellAni ionic. Many < I m. Itienda
llAV A UM*I It Wllhlhr Rfil brfwlt' -II Ii-aulta
for coaaba, coldaaod caiArilial ifoubW
111 C Al'laitt.
Mr*. I* line, l-'leminit, orAtor at Hf-netvo«r
Council So. loM. Norihttekirm l.r^ion of
Minn , writea from
Honor, of MinneApoli
I'"Ik ad ret, S i-
Mrv Elmer Memitig.
7H£ MAN WHO WEARS
reputation extending over
S>X(Sk aixty-six yeara and jaur
'tfuorantee are back of
v vevery garment beirino tho
>3IGN OP THE FIIH.
•There are many imititicnc.
" Be sure of the nasnc
r\ TOWER on the buttons.
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TOWER CANADIAN eg. LmiW. TORONTO. CAN.
8nn Antcnio, 'l'ex., Mar. 30.—Three
paaaeugers were burned to death ami
nineteen persona were injured in
rear-end collision at La Costa station,
twenty miles west of hereon the South-
ern Pacific railroad. The limited
crushed into the Kagle Pass express,
which was running as the first sec-
tion of the former train. The Pullman
sleeping ear and private car of General
Ueroniino Trevino, military commander
of the dc|>ai'tinent of the state of Nuevo
.Leon, Mexico, were splintered.
Good WbMt Proapecta.
TopeUa, Mar. 30.—The fact that
.practically not an acre of the large
area sown last fall has been plowed up
for corn or oats is evidence that the
farmers are satisfied with the situation.
Last year hundreds of thousands of
acres were plowed up long before this
date. Then the subsoil was dry and
dust blew from the fields until late
April. 3faw the wheat fields ere wet
•on top and the subsoil is soaked from
the heavy rains of last fall. The con-
dition is general.
I« Temporary Hard Luck.
In Paris statistics are published
with respect to the professions of the
men admitted to the municipal night
shelters. During the twelve months
ending February 15 the seekers after
shelter Included ninety-five actors,
sixty-four lyric artists, fifty-one musl
clans, twelve pianists, eleven chem-
ists. id* authors, two lawyers and
captain in the merchant service.
A County Conimlanloner'a I .otter.
Hob. John Williams, County Commis-
sioner, of 517 West Second street, Duluth,
Minn., says the following in regard to
"As a remedy for catarrh I can cheer-
fully recommend Peruna. I know what
it is to suffer from that terrible disease
and I feel that it is my duty to speak a
good word for the tonic that brought me
immediate relief. Peruna cured me of a
bad case of catarrh and I know it will
cure any other sufferer from that dis-
A Coatrratmiin'a Letter.
Hon. H. W. Ogden, Congressman from
Louisiana, ia a letter written ai Washing-
ton, D. C.t says the following of Peruna,
the national catarrh remedy :
' 1 have been
ironblod all my
hie with tuiarrh
in my head. I
look Peruna for
mnniha, and now
think 1 am per-|
manenily < uiod. i
I believe that (or1
caiarrb in all its)
lor ins Peruna iv
ilie medicine of)
ihe age. It curesi
when all Other
rcmedira (ail. 1
can bcariily recommend Peruna
calarrh remedy." -Mrs. Klmer
Treat Catarrh la Bprlng.
The spring is the lime to treat catarrh.
Cold, wet winter wt-aiher o(ten retards a
cure of calarrh. If a course of Peruna ia
taken during the early spring months the
cure will be prompt and permanent. Thete
can lie no failures if Peruna is taken intel-
ligently during the favorable weather of
As a systemic calarrh remedy Peruna
eradicates catarrh from the system wher-
ever it may be located. It
of the stomach or bowels with the
certainty as catarrh of the head.
If you do not derive prompt and satis-
factory results from the use of Peruna, wrila-
st once to Dr. Hartman, giving a full stale*
ment of your case and he will be
to give you his valuable advice gratis.
Address Dr. Hartman, President of Thar
Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Obia
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES color
more goods, per package, than others.
DonH. waste your time. You will
" it all before you die.
K|rCT**n,*n"lt'r cured. No fits or nerronnieaii after
rite first day's use ot Dr. Kline's 11 rent Nerre Hester-
ar. Send for FHK E M3.00 trial bottle and treatlrah
OU.R.M. KUNl.iad.. Ml Arab Street. Philadelphia, I'a
An intellectual feast depends largely
upoa tiie menial digestion.
Stops the uougn ana
Works Off the Cold
Laxative Brcp-o Quinine Tablets. Price 25c.
Wexie there knight «chools in the
Women forget a lot of things they
never would forgive if they re mem-
BBD CROSS BALZ. BLUE
Should be in evory home. Ask your grocer
tor U. Large a or. package only 5 cents.
A girl isnt ashamed of her old shoes
if she has small feet.
eVHKK lot'It (IBOl'KK HAYS
he does not have Defiance Starch, you
may be sure he is afraid to keep it
until bis stoek of 12 oz. packages are
sold. Defiance Starch is not only bet-
ter thou any other Cold Water Starch,
but contains 10 ok. to the package and
sells for same money as 12 oz. brands.
START k STEAM LAUNDRY
Ml capital raqoira* aad
big returns on the Investment aaaurad.We
, make all klada of Laoatry BEaahiaary.
Paradox Mmohlnmry Go., 191 K. Division St.,
nDHDCV NEW DISCOVERY: five.
BW \J * ^9 ¥ quick relief and curea worn
What SHE thinks of
If she says it is
the best remedy
she evertried for
you invest 50c
If you want to know what
others think of it write for our
book of testimonials.
!Los Angeles, Cali., Mar. 28.—Owing
to the shortage .of transportation facil-
ities growers of citrus fruits in South-
ern California are confronted with a
serious .condition. The demands for
refrigerator .cars was never more
urgent tb.aaa«At present and the short-
age never snore pronounced It is es-
timated by some growers that thq
existing conditions may entail a loss
Th® Plague Aboatt Over.
Mexico City, Mar. 28.—Siqueros is
the only plague point in the Mazatlan
district that is causing any anxiety.
There are 18 pat'ents, some of whom
may die. In Mazatlan the situation
continues bright The number of pa-
tients id the hospital is reduced with
no new cases. The charity committee
of Mazatlan has a cash balance of
8135,000 after paying for houses burned
and maintaining the poor who have
been thrown out of employment by the
cessation of businesa.in the city.
•)od(( Ide Ketnrna.
San Francisco, Mar. 30.—Judge
Henry C. Ide, one of the members of
the Philippine commission, arrived on
the Korea. He returns after two years
spent in the islands. Judge Ide'i
health haa been impaired for some time
and he recently spent three months it
Japan in an effort to recuperate from
the effects of the trying climate of
Manila. Failing to secure any perma-
nent benefit he determined to return to
America where he hopes to find com-
Mr* it R rvtuJer. »a. tm Cook Am. 8t
Loala. mo., aodrr date of Oct. 15. 1801. writes:
' Ifcava been toosUpatod tor the pant 1
! n- Mafl
Joliet, I1L, Mar. 31.—A Are at the
peniteatiarv broke out in the broom de-
partment. WArden Murphy, the guards
and oonvicta fought the flames, bat
tber threatened to spread and the city
fire department n»« summoned. After
two boor*' flgbting the fire was extin-
guished. The low Ia estimated At
three Ihonaad dollars. Gaaae of fir*
Delicately formed and gently reared, women will find,
in all the seasons of their lives, as maidens, wives,or moth-
ers, that the one simple, wholesome remedy which acts
gently and pleasantly and naturally, and which may be
used with truly beneficial effects, under any conditions,
when the system needs a laxative, is—Syrup of Figs. It
is well known to be a simple combination of the laxative
and carminative principles of plants with pleasant, aro-
matic liquids, which are agreeable and refreshing to the
taste and acceptable to the system when its gentle
cleansing is desired.
Many of the ills from which women suffer are of a tran-
sient nature and do not come from any organic trouble
and it Is pleasant to know that they yield so promptly to
the beneficial effects of Syrup of Figs, but when anything
more than a laxative is needed it is best to consult the
family physician and to avoid the old-time cathartics and
loudly advertised nostrums of the present day. When
one needs only to remove the strain, the torpor, the con-
gestion, or similar ills, which attend upon a constipated
condition of the system, use the true and gentle remedy-
Syrup of Figs—and enjoy freedom from the depression,
the aches and pains, colds and headaches, which are due
to inactivity of the bowels.
Only those who buy the genuine Syrup of Figs can hope
to get its beneficial effects and as a guarantee of the ex-
celtence of the remedy the full name of the comoany—
California Fig Syrup Co.—is printed on the front of every
package and without it any proration offered as Syrup
of Figs is fraudulent and should be declined. To those
emo know the quality of this excellent laxative, the
offer of any substitute, when Syrup 0f Figs is called
for. Is always resented by a transfer of patronage to
some first-class drug establishment, where they do
not recommend, nor sell false brands, nor Imitation
remedies. The genuine article may be bought o( all
reliable druggists everywnere at 50 cents per bottle.
SECURED OB FEB RETURNED.
opinion as to patentability
tide Boole and What to Invent,
toaat publications Issued for free distribution. Patents
gecunat bv ua advertised free In The Patent Re
SAMrxjetiorr Frek. EVANS. WILKENS4s
HOO F Street, Washington, D, c.
IC SIM PENSION
3 quick replies. :
I.IRIIY LUNCHEONS made ready in a
fear moments. The Wafer Sliced Smoked
Beef. Pork and Ilc.-ins, Veal I^.al, Potted
Chicken, and lots of ifood things to eat.
Are I. S. Government Inspected
Keep in the house for emergencies— for
suppers, for sandwiches—for any time
when you want something uood and want
it quick. You simply turn a key and
^CylataaaD™stantn M *
Libby, McNeill & Libby
Chicago. III., t. S. A.
will be paid to anyons who
can dlaprovo this atatament.
Because \V. L. Douglas
is the largest manufacturer
he can buy cheaper anil
proJuce his shoes at a
lower cost tfian other con-
cerns. which enables him
to sell shoes for $3.50 i
S3.00 equal in every
way to those sold else-
where for $4 an«l S5.00.
rffiw°^*r 5*»" T »*«a world.
have mora than doubled the Mat tom
1^£. >ta superiority. Why not
•"* "■ t DoiwUa shoea atrial and aava money
*r?'ir,'»ereaas flww Sales: st.tas.sss.tl
* aaln of a*. «M, A AO. 7A tn roar Years.
**-°° CUT COOS LINO*
worth Se4» Compared with Other Asms.
M»r (wBofftf Ml America* /rtf/ri HwmTm
wnJss ^tiavs^ W^JL. DOTOIAI
W- •- sot ui.Aa, last atus. AAaa
w. w. U."WICHITA—WO. 14. I9C3
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