The Snyder Signal-Star. (Snyder, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 42, Ed. 1 Friday, September 15, 1905 Page: 3 of 4
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IKE ENURE SYSTEM.
let at #n Olll^l It.
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IVii«t«»ti < »rtii «* writ**:
•' To my mind I hr re /» no -emedy
tor tatarrh tom par able to Verona
11 not only *lrlke* at the root of thi
malady . but It tone* and ntrengthen*
the *) *tem In a truly * omltrrful
nay. That ha* been It* hUtory In
my (fir. I rlin rfullv a ml unho*i
tu'iti|flv m'ltiumcnil It to thoM*
nfttirtnl jm 1 liftfv brcil. '—I S.
|for<««!ibR I.J U»%r*t|*af«>. ihr «]
t|i tiily foaiitl lb** nirtl loo l.oi
miiiv from »br Nrlltr, mi it«ri
tarry off iha m wt-ll m I
Tito owner of the k«
In* loenlei). ind rnlher
flak of fortlirr trouble
in run the
•* owner of
Ihr doc derided to M*nd the nnlvunt
Into the rountry for m Hum*. In hop*
that ll ran be broken of the •t«allt»a
The dni la antarl. la n court rancor
and hunter, and I* \*!unl»l«\ «’xr«'|itlnc
for hl» habit of Mfrulltic every thing he
run ruirv Hi I'aul |)l»|<utrh.
' I*an you hark yet
I aiu over niy a
both bins and hla
the lady In the
If you «lo not drrire prompt and Mill
factory n *ulli» from the um* of IVrtinn,
wrlU* at once to I>r. Hartman irlvlnjr a
full statement of your caoe, anil lir will
l*e iiItummI to give you Ida valuable ad-
Addreoa Hr. S. II. Hartman P real dent
«*f Tbr Hartman Sanitarium, E'uluin-
C CUTTING k, :
Thu purpose of a »*w Is tn out.
It should out folly, rut rlounly,
ami «*ut with every mutemeut.
I prefer *u Atkins Haw. lu h!*<le
la **8ilvrr Run*I"v rrroanlxrd the
world over a* tho flneti cruleihlr
upoI over innde In »wi*m • • r i ru
tinio It la harrl. rlofiov-rainr<l and
tough. It holds a sharpe,it in.g *d|
l<>ng»r tlifin any other haw.
•ng*r than any oilier haw. its
Hade talers perfectly front thick to i
thin, from handle to tip. Thus it
tnakra leeway far iUtlf. runs easily
oud does not buckle. ]ta temper is
perfect. When lient by a crooked
tbriifct. it spring* into .shnj*<* without kinking. I
The AtklneBawcate iDddoti It beet of any, I
tt <• make all tjlies aud sixesc f sawb, but oalj I
one grade the best. f
Atkins Saws, Corn Knives, Perfection Floor I
Kcrapera, etc., are aold by all good hardware I
dealers. Catalogue on request.
E. C. ATKINS OX CO.. Inc. |
Largest Saw Manufacturers in the World.
Factory and Executive Office*, Indianapolis, Indiana |
BKaNCHKS New York, Chicago, Minr
Portland. (Oregon , Heaftle. Sun Krai
Mrinplilt, Atlanta anil Toronto, (Cant
Accept no Substitute—Insist on tlie Atkin* Brand j
SOLD BY GOOD DEALERS E\OTi\\HKRlC
Positive, Comparative, Superlative.
“ I have used one of your Fish Brand
Slickcra for five years, and now want
a new one, also one for a friend. I
would not be without one for twice the
cost. They arc just as far ahead of a
common coat aa a common one la
ahead of nothing."
(Name on application.)
HlflHBST AWARD WORLD’S FAIR. 1904.
Be sure you don't get one of the com-
mon kind—this Is the
TOWER CANADIAN CO., Limited,
TORONTO, CANADA. 352
Mahers of Wet Weather Clothing <t Hats.
mark of excellence.
A. J. TOWER CO.,
Mark Twain wax one ili» bext pilot
on iIn* .Mlxxlxxlppl ami ho never tires
of river xlorlex mut xtcnnihnol yarns.
At dinner on the I'rlnz Oxear, from
<!• non lo New York, lie
apropox of a fox:
"The worn boat on the Mlxxlxxlppl
—Ihe only had hoot on the Mlxxlxxlppl
In my time wax the Stephen .1. Mill
Thlx iMiat'x tintldlnoxx wax only
equaled by her alownexx Only strang-
erx. only the lenderfoot. used her.
"A eotixln of mine look tho Stephen
.1. Mill to come lo see me at Mnnulhnl.
In the afternoon a thlrk fog drifted
down. Hnd the Stephen J Mill had to
heave to for the night. Ax she lay
there, swathed In gray, uiy snuxlu
said tn the captain:
■' ‘It lx loo had we’re going to he
“ 'We ain't goln' to he late,’ Ihe
" 'Hut I thought,* said my oouxln,
‘that we hail to lie op to this bank
here all night.’
•' 'So we do,’ said the captain, ‘but
that ain't goln' to make us late. Wo
don't run so close to time aa all
Consolation in Cold Waves.
We Americans are always talking,
about our mountains of gold and coal
and Iron, of our fat fields of corn and
wheat, but few of us ever realize that
we have in our climate a great ad-
vantage over all other nations. In
the cold wave which in summer and
winter so often sweeps across the
land and sends the thermometer tumb-
ling thirty degrees in almost as many
minutes we have a constant, a never-
diminishing asset of priceless value.
The wave acts as a tonic, but. unlike
any tonic made by man, it carries no
reaction. No other land has cold
waves like ours. To the cold, dry air
of this periodic cold wave, which
brings extraordinary changes of tem-
perature, we owe much of the keen,
alert mir,d, the incessant, unremitting
energy of our American race.—Ceil
What H, Didn't Understand.
Thorn*- t IMImou had ftnlxhc-d an
automobile tour of I’• nnxylvanla and
wax rond'-innlng the IVntix,Ivanla
t«ia«lx. which to* declared to Ire the
wore! in ihe country.
The topic of roads led naturally lo
the toptr of traction and Mr. Kdlson
recalled a Fijian who had oncu In-
spected a railway with hint.
Mr. Kdlson took the KlJIan all over
a railroad yard and described every
aid one ulght j thing A railroad lecture two hours
long wax poured Into ihe chlcfinln'a
"At the end Ihe uxual question.
Now do you understand?’ wax asked,
and Ihe KlJIan nodded in assent.
"Hut at the Mine time lie pointed to
a freight that wax sliding hark and
forth In front of him. the locomotive
first pulling the train up the truck
and then pushing it down again.
"I understand everything." said the
KlJIan. "One ixilnt, though, lx not
quite clear. J.ook at that freight train
over there. Now I understand per-
fectly how the locomotive pulls the
cars down the track, but I cannot
comprehend how the cars pull the
The World’s Standard
600.000 In Use.
All Others Combined.
lavs $10.- par Oov
Eftry Yoar of Uoa
Brevity tattlRf Byatama
and $5.- par Caw
Bond tot saw Cstalorue.
THE DE LAVAL SEPARATOR CO.
Canal A Randolph at* . . 74 Cortiandt P»rsst*
' CHICAGO I NEW YORR
oral i.oon u««rnw and local aobmciib
Toledo, St. Louis & Western R. R. Co.,
“Clover Leaf Route.”
St. Louis to all Points East
Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York
R. J. McKAY. D. P. A.. St. Loui,.
^oft hands and glowing skin is the rights of
every woman. You can have these by u^ing
DR. LYONS’ BEAUTY BRUSH.
Clever invention which every girl and woman
wants. Develops the form: tills hollow places:
removes wrinkles, tan and freckles. Aunts
wanted. Full instructions and sumple 25c.
Write to-day. Lyons Mfg. Co., 333 Oay St.. Pekin. III.
W.N.U.—Oklahoma City—No. 37. 1905
M „ CUBES WHERE All CLSE FAILS.
K9 Best t ough Syrup. Yaarea Good. (7ae
Snake Rang Door Bell.
Mrs. Hughes, whose home is In the
Spring street section, heard her door-
bell ring tho other day. The ball is
rung by an electric push button. She
looked out of (be parlor window be-
fore going to the door to see whether
it was a peddler or g solicitor for sig-
natures from an Improvement asso-
ciation. What was her horror upon
beholding a snake standing almost
erect and pressing the button with his
Site says the snake rang two or
three times and then glided off the
piazza around to the back stoop.
The iceman had just left tho day's
supply at the outer door. The suake
mounted it, coiled up and weot to
sleep, apparently in great enjoyment.
When Mrs. Hughes' hoy came home
from school the snake was dormant
and easily killed.— Boston Journal.
I knob* are th. fe in liny i*tAbd*
' lit,r ixi'li litI#en ivrklu’b* a
torv tinagi r Nllmlrt jw«flWlil»
. tote hr. a iliiron a da Ih< i will
run iu'm inHiinn* I* a i•»«*ra
anywhere of a dtseiaah' from
one of those thoiisanatll'ons of
door knob uirne In ail*’ year*
To Ibis writer ilu loti is of
I some Inlcrcat; for. Ifkni-I-' aro
unsanitary, there are hiru - that
| should In* fatal With last w-ik
| bin bar** hand has la rontart
| with omnibus intis runs so am*
j tn mi r seals, bat itsttai populous
' -Iti lint- pHtoOtf ix, i ., av
carriage handle*—yoi complete
I the 11*1 of tho romar*. busy life
j with life. This has blur on for
ronu yearn now. wllllnt of dis-
aster, Max* yon evt anybody*
suffering from doorklisoiling?—
Cure to Stay*.
Wui do Iowa Sept (Special)
—One of the most table curca
ever recorded In laCountj !■
that of Mrs Minnie llihls place.
Mrs. Mart wax In for eight
months and when xheible to sit
up she was a!I tlrawtu one side
and could not walk a the room.
Podd's rvidney 1’ills rter. Fpeak-
Ing of her cure, Mrs tajs:
“Yes, Dodd's Kidney cured me
after I was In lied fibt months
and 1 know the cure \mplctc for
that was three years nd I have
not been down slneefour weeks
from the time I
I was able to mak
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1,4 || t« tot
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l««4 of 19 Of
Hr iiH'iif v i a* *t
It.qulrr* |w ««
)n thi Heaving
K»... ns- r Wksl
had lor *ii|>|m r
ml* W Hi
i man in ih4t
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ti%«* ll np
Kx—nant 1 tn
IM*% o 1 Will.
IlNt 1 *•'
i iui* at that ti
I,- i‘ourl,*r Joitrhx
W. L. R0SEB00M A CO.
Riant «*« *r»rt m.
I.tlivral wmodm #•% ««aa»gamaala.
Oaaia 9b _
I piles it? *f?.s.y th a art* ■» fibtula I
Collars and! Cuffs
|U •*• 111
Imeorttnl Bo MotHort.
fiiRi'.iu* ta»rfu»!jr rs*ry f,I *'V-Tf»KM.
t Mff 0141 r ra mu.«*1j tot l«>fa.iU oaU 'kWHO,
m4 Hr lhal It
la Ik Kef n»rr 30 Y*«i»
lb* bowl Ye* U*»c Alwsyi lk*tk
Hts Idea of It
•'I don't think that new doctor [
that'* Jc**l moved In cures mumps nr I
anything like ihni." said Tom uy.
"Why nol?" domandrd Hobble
■ My pa says h<-x a good family l»-*>’ |
"That's jest It. A family phy-lclan
is Jest one that supplies families lo
people."—Khilaib Iphlu Kress.
t uin Min- Klxo'st'ure for roaxumpl n ■*'"! ,
Riy life Ihne years ago Max. Till*** KoSHtss,
UutJe Street, Norwich. N. V I eh. I,, tux.
Never Had Them.
A teacher in one of our east side
public schools In the course of a les-
son on "Natural History" was explain-
ing to her class of boys the harm that
bad been done to the trees, etc., in the
city by worms, and then went on tell-
ing how the English sparrows had
been imported to kill the worms, and
that the sparrows had increased so
In numbers that they had become as
bad as the worms.
Noticing the boys were not very
attentive, she said to one of them.
"Tommy, which do you think are
the worst, the worms or the spar-
“I don't know." said Tommy: ' "!
never had the sparrows.”—New York-
A Young Logician.
When President Hadley of Yale Col-
lege, was a child he was very precoc-
ious, and 1 often hear many of his
quaint speeches quoted, says a writer
in the New York World. The follow-
ing I heard told by Prof. Verrill, of the
•Sheffield school. After return from
:hapel service one Sunday morning,
young Arthur said to his father:
"Father, are religion and science in-
"Why do you ask?” said his father.
"Because I have observed that very
few of the scientific professors attend
A Canny Guid Wife
A very young Parliamentary candi-
date for a Scots borough, visiting a
shoemaker and his wife, took the lib-
erty of kissing tho "guld wife mid
xt/iaking them I (dipping a couple of sovereigns Into
k^arden. No- I |lf.r hand. Me wax for a moment not
body can know* hoikful I am to sure what effect would ho produced
be ettrpd or how ji ft-el I owe
to Dodd's Kidney ij
This ease agalipts out bow
much tho general j depends on |
the Kidneys. CuraKIdneya with i
Dodd’s Kidney Plod nine-tenths
of the suffering liman family is
heir lo, will riisappf
Drier «Tu«’k iMir raream
britth*. They lout iwiM
It* lota# mm Ihtifca' Iimim-
«lcr«'«l with *»th«*r alBrelieaand
Ifivt* the wenrer much hctlrr
inflation. 1 f you want your
liimUml. brother or rob to
l«x>U dreamy, to f»H*l roaiifort-
1 able and to be thoroughly
happy um; 1) K F I A M O M
HTAltCIl in the laundry. It
in nold by nil tfood grooM* “9
10c a package—16 nances.
Inferior stare hex x»*ll at the
xuiiic- priii- per package but
contain only l'J ounces. NoU* the •lilTcr-
ciiec. Ask your grocer for DKKIANCB
STARCH, insist on getting it uud yon
will never use uny other byaud.
Then the "guld wife" slowly stniletl
upon hint 11s she slipped fhe gold into I
her pocket, "(iin ye like, ye may kiss
my dochfer too!” she said.
MhiniG© SSatrelhi Oompaiti^ Omaha, Web*
IMMENSE TOBACCO PURCHASE.
A woman who lies a select
school for girls, itsuig over the
copybook of little 1. aged eleven
years, discovered envelope ad-
dressed 10 that ytiady.
"1 iiope, Fanny. 1 the -teacher,
holding up Ihe epe. "that this
does not contain a letter.”
"Why. what an ' replied Fan-
ny; "i have outgi all that fool-
ishness years andrs ago.”—Chi-
Has Vanity of Sex.
Once upon a lime, as far back as
the '50's. Susan B. Anthony wore
bloomers, but she declared it "mental
crucifixion" and gave it up. She is
very fond of pretty clothes, but only
buys one new dress annually and
never wears flannels or furs. Her
silk pefticoats are marvels of prettl
ness and she is most dainty in all he)
Confirmed Before Sailing.
Bishop Heigh ton Coleman of the
Episcopal diocese of Delaware and
Rev. Dr. Wylyss Rede last week made
a hurried trip to New York, where
they administered the rite of confirma-
tion to a steamship captain in the
cabin of his vessel thirty minutes be-
fore it sailed for Europe. There was
no time for a church ceremony. The
bishop declined to give the name of
either the captain or steamship.
Wonderful Changes Night—In a
Month Face Wear as Ever
“I had eczema ib face for five
months, during wttime I was in
the care of physic My face was
so disfigured I ooult go out, and it
was going from I to worse. A
friend recommendCuticura. The
first night after I lied my face
with Cuticura Soad used Cuticura
Ointment and Re.-nt. it changed
wonderfully. Fronat day I was
able to go out. an a month the
treatment had rem all scales and
scabs, and my fams as clear as
ever. (Signed) T. otb, 317 Stagg
Street, Brooklyn, N’
Tremendous prep is being put
on Governor Doug of Massachus-
etts to wear out a - of $3.50 shoes
by running againThe governor
says he will not—he is said to be
much moved by Unanimity of the-
Forty-Eight Thousand Dollars Paid
for a Fancy Lot of Tobacco.
The biggest purchase of high grade
tobacco ever made in the West bv
a cigar manufacturer was made last
Wednesday by Frank P. Lewis, l’eo-
ria. 111., for his celebrated Single Und-
er cigar. A written guarantee was
given that the entire amount was to
be fancy selected tobacco. This, no
doubt, makes the I.ewis factory the
largest holder in the United States
of tobacco of so high a grading.—
Frankness is a refreshing and com-
mendable quality to possess or culti-
More Flexible and Lasting,
won't shake out or blow out; by using
Defiance Starch you obtain better re-
sults than possible with any other
brand and one-third more for same
All institutions dealing with the
public depend upon Its confidence
for continued successful operation.
W. L. Douglas
*3^ & »3^° SHOES *%
USB TUB FAMOUS
Red Cross Hall Bine. Large -i-oz. pm-lun
cents. The Russ Company. SoulIi Bend.
Diamonds Advance in Value.
Gen. G. W. Mindil, United States ap-
praiser of diamonds that come into
New York, declares that they have ad-
vanced 30 per cent In value in ten
years, and that the increase will con-
Delights of Travel.
"Yes.'' he said, "for seven years 1
have been a mail carrier on the Cross-
Cut rural roule and in all that time I
have never missed a trip."
“Such a life must be delightful,”
rejoined the impulsive city girl. "I'm
never so happy as when traveling."
Japanese Honor Slain Soldiers.
At the Shokonsha festival, which is
held in Japan every May, the names
of all soldiers who fell in battle the
previously year are officially printed.
The soldiers who succumb to disease
are not thus honored.
There is a man lfe in the Brazos
Bottoms of whom s said he only
smiled twice in hlfe—one, when
“Jollying" indicates a lack of sin-
cerity. He who is not sincere with
himself is not so with others.
W. L. Douglas *4.00 Gilt Edge Line
cannot be equalled at any price.
FOR WOMEN jP
troubled with ills peculiar to
their sex. used «• a douche i* marvelously no-
ceireful. Thoroughly cleaaaea, kills disease feviM.
•tope discharges, heals inflammation and local
•-----rbcea and nasal catarrh*
form to be disoolvcd in pnwu
cleansing, healing, octuaKuhl
uid anlifciptk4 for sll
soreness, cures leucorrhcea and nasal catarrh*
Paxtine is in powder form lo be dissolved lo pnu
•rater, and la far more cleansing, healing, f------1-1
and economical than liquid anl^ptk4 for S<1
TOILET AND WOMEN’* SPECIAL USES
For sale at druggiots, 50 cents a box.
Trial Box and Book of Instructions Proa,
ft* paxrow Com mar ftoarow* B>aa#.1
117ANT8D — For rn« U. 8. Arm), ftblo-bodiod
Vf unmarried men, between ages of 21 aaA
itizen* of United Staten, of good Tharuetor
i apeak,read and
ion apply to ft*
. ’oHtoflloe building, Oklahoma
TmIhu. Ind. Ter . Enid. Hbsa
City. Ox la
gil'D. sor mro
fruiting Officer, Foetoflh
' i. or '
or Guthrie. Okie.
the pain. Use it
bruises, aches and
make you happy, be- | 3
“It’s Oil Right.”
It may not smooth the waters, but
It surely soothes
on cuts, burns,
pains. It will t
cause it makes you ------ — ^
Lightning Oil. _
If a woman takes a ride on a
ferry boat she speaks of having been
away for the summer.
- W.L.DOUOLAS MAKES AMD 9CLL*
^10 nnn REWARD to anyona who can
$ I UjUUU disprove this statement.
W. L*Douglas $3.50 shoes hove by their ex-
cellent style, eusy fitting, end superior wearing
Dualities, achieved the largest sole of any $3.60
xftoe In the world. They are |u*t as good as
ihoic that coat you $5.00 to $7.00—the only
difference Is the price. If I could take you Into
iy factory at Brockton, Mass., the largest In
'ie world under one roof making men a fine
.‘toes, and .show you the care with which every
air of Douglas shoes Is made, you would realize
*.hy W. L. Douglas $3.50 shoes are the best
.* '?oes produced in the world.
If I could show you the difference between the
shoes made In my factory end those of other
makes, you would understand why Douglas
53.60 shoes coat more to make, why they hold
(heir shape, fit betUr, wear longer, end ere ol
greater Intrinsic value then eny other $3.50
».hoe on the market to-day.
W. L. Dougtam Strong MmdmShomm for
CAUTION .—Insist upon having W.L.Doug-
j shoes. Take no substitute. Noi
Isa shoes. Taka no su
without his name and price stamped on
■ u i w. I.. Douglas Blmos are not Kohl. Full Hue
Hunt's taniplea sent freo for Inr-peutlnn uimn request.
r„st Color E14rlr.lt ustd; lhr.14 will not wear brassy.
Write for Illustrated Catalog of Fall Stylo*
W. X.. DOUGLAS, llrockton. MiU*.
his moiher-in-law d
It will cure any
other form of m:®.
guaranteed to do
the other when
tic cured his
s ague, or any
If wishes were Ifs the majority
of them would belong the also
FITS Pennan*,nt,ly Vf
er. HemYTo^FKKK »-:3l0 f-rin
DK- K. H. KLINK. I.M.. v:tl Arch Mr.*
bottle nnri rrt*
t. l'hll<uiH)iiiia. Kh.
I CAN SELL
Your Real Estate or Business
So Mailer Whrre Loulrd.
ProjHTllea and bus Inc**
of all kinds Mold quickly
W.N.U.—Oklahoma City—No. 37, 1906
Decision in Cotton
Cotton will be moving rapid-
ly from now on, and you will
have to decide quickly what to
do with each lot, according to
the circumstances of the
Our services and our facil-
ities are at your command,- and
you will make no mistake by
shipping to us.
Do not aspire to prominence hy at-
tempting to belittle others. Force
ycorself above* them.
State*, pon't wait,
w hat you have to
' t*a*h prh
You never liear any uie complain
about "Defiance Starch." There is none -
to equal it in quality and quantity. 16 j
ounces, 10 cents. Try it now and save ^ p_ TONE WH.S0N, Jr
j *el! and
give 'H.-h price on same.
If You Want to Buy
a biiMlnPMA or property of
any kind, anywhere, tell
11* what yon want and
where you want It. We can
fill your requirement*, do
It promptly and wive you
time and money.
Ural Estate Specialist.
413 Kiniai Avenue, Topeka, Kanaea.
Cleveland & Sons,
The Best of Evidence.
Managing Editor—But why are yoa
so sure the war is really over?
Cable Editor—They've let one of
our war correspondents get to the
The London lancet says a German
doctor has discovered a new and val-
uable anesthetic. It is called ' hydro-
chlorate of benzoyltetramethyldiaa&a-
PI a itatib n Chill Cure is Guaranteed
Toure, or money refunded by your merchant, so why not try it 7 Price 50c.
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