The Snyder Signal-Star. (Snyder, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 32, Ed. 1 Friday, July 8, 1904 Page: 3 of 4
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Worn Than Woman'* Hat*.
A »jh • tator In a Japaneao theater
on payment of a amall extra fee. I*
permitted to aland up. and the per
non behind him cannot object, al
thoual: the lattrra view of thr per
foruiaiica U obatrurfed.
All Up-to-Dato Houaakaapara
uae Defiance Cold Water Hlareh. be-
i-autr it la better, and 4 or. more of It
for aame money.
A NEW ENTERPRISE.
The Grand Trunk Railway System
have opened a new City Ticket Office
at 308 North Broadway, 8t. Louis,
and are now operating through car
service dally between St. I-ouls, Mon-
ti eal and Toronto In connection with
the Illinois Central R. R. This ar-
rangement will afford excellent (serv-
ice to passenger* taking advantage of
the low excursion fares to points In
Ontario, Quebec and Nova Scotlu that
are on sale at the present time from
St. Louis and Kansas City.
GEO. W. VAUX. A. O. F. & T. A..
133 Adanm St., Chicago, III.
The Inspectors' Dilemma
General I'hler's hint that the steam-
boat Inspectors' fines have frequently
been remitted through political influ-
ence ought to be followed up with
names and specifications, Such a
state of things w’ould go far to ex-
plain the complete demoralization of
the Inspectors. What can a man no
when he finds, on the one hand, steam-
boat owners willing to pay him for
leaving his duty undone, nnd on the
other Ills chiefs ready to make a fool
nf him for doing his duty?—New York
Moat Powerful Port Light.
nivlur a flush of 160,000 candle-
power. the most powerful port light in
England, beams from linker pier, Sun
World'* fair Zrromluodatlnns.
llrlluMr Mini r*-iiwin*tile »cromm<Ml*tloii»; ad-
join*. World h l-'str ground* on the Mouth "i'll*,
with private yule. direrl fmni I'nion Slotion by
tlsrkct *ireei ear. Write for re*erv*tion*
t.roud View Kri.tr noil HuU-1, M. Louin. Mo.
To Maka Glasa Opaque.
If you want to shut off the view
from any window you can do it verj
cheaply by dissolving In a little hot
water as much Epsom salts as the
water will absorb. Faint over the win-
dow while hot, and when dry you will
huve a very good imitation of grouuil
aumlxT of volume* that have boon
ollm-ted sine* that lime by thw MO. I
ciy. The Meal of the society naturally
uccuplas lh« central place, the pr**-
Jotnlualltig feature of the seal, how.
ever, being the early seal of New
York atatc, showing tin beaver on the
larger part of the shield, surmounted
by the royal crown.
Bo far as la known, three two hook
plates are the only ones designed for
and In actual use by the numerous
patriotic or beicditary Modotlo* that
have multiplied so rapidly within re-
cent years. In view of the fact that
-onto of the larger societies, as the
8on* of the Revolution and th« Sous
of the American Revolution, possess
comfortable libraries, ll is quilo possi-
ble that tho desire to possess distinc-
tive book plates may result in several
additions to the list of book plates al-
ready extant, thereby enlarging the
Held for the patient collector of these
library plate marks.
Important to Mothors.
Examine carefully every bottle of C AS TORT A
a safe and sure remedy for liifoot* and children
and pec that it
In TJto Tor Over 30 Year*.
Thu Kind Yon Uavc Always bought.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured -
4y local application#, as they cannot reach the df#»
rased porti n of the car. There Is only one way to
cure deaf lie; and that 1« by constitutional remedies.
DeafneM N t umbi'cI by un Inflamed condition of the
mucous ]>':nr f the Kuntachlan Tube. When this
cube Itt In.!. 1 you'have arumhllug Round or Im-
perfect branii and when It Is entirely closed, Deaf-
ness 1b the reau and unless the Inflammation can bo
taken out and ti. • tube restored to Ita normal condi-
tion, hearlDK will be destroyed forever; nine canea
nut of ten are caused by Catarrh, which la nothing
out an Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces.
Wc will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of
Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot he cured
by llaU’fl Catarrh Cure. Send for circular*, free.
F. .1. CHENEY Sc CO., Toledo* 0.
Sold by DrugRfut*. 76C.
Take Hall’s Family Fill# for constipation.
Loyal to Their Ally.
One result of the Anglo-Japanese
allianco Is that the gardens of raany
Buddhist temples in Japan have di»
plays of English flowers.
ked cross iiall blub
Should be in every home. Ask your grocer
for it. Large 2 oz. package only 5 cents.
How to Become Japanese Subject.
Baron Suyematsu. lu an address be
fore the Japan Society in London
said that one of the easiest ways ol
becoming a Japanese subject was to
marry a Japanese woman. Thou the
husband became a Japanese subject
Every houseKeeper should know
Ihat if they will buy Defiance Cold
Water Starch for laundry use they
will save not only time, because it
never sticks to the Iron, but because
each package contains i6 oz.—one full
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 because he has
a stock on hand which he wishes to
dispose of before he puts in Defiance.
He knows that Defiance Starch has
printed on every package in large let-
ters and figures "16 ozs.” Demand
Defiance and save much time ana
money and the annoyance of the iron
sticking. Defiance never sticks.
Women's Chief Desire.
Women have always aspired to be
beautiful and have painted their faces
and "tired their heads" since time Im-
memorial and in all countries. ThG
geisha of Japan changes the color of
her lips three times in one evening,
and no little Japanese lady ever misses
an opportunity of whipping out the
rouge pot and mirror, which form in-
dispensable parts of her toilet.
Troubles of Wealth
Paterson Fete—I dreamt last night
dat I had a million dollars.
Stacked Oates—Did you enjoy it?
Paterson Pete—Nit! I wuz sued
fer breach of promise, operated on fer
appendicitis, an' mentioned fer de
vice presidency 'fore I'd even got it
coun ted.—J u dge.
50 CENTS FOR YOU.
"Show us" whether this paper pays to adver-
tise- In by mailing us this adv. and the dale line
within ten day*, and wo will send you a eerltti-
eate Wurth 50 cents to anyone who visits the
greatest ot all World's Pairs. It may save
them *10 or even more. We will also send a
free map of the World's Pair. We give clean
heds tn clean rooms for 50 cents a day and up, if
reserved at once. No llre-lraps, but substantial
brick and stone homes. No parly too large,
hone too small. One to ten thousand accommo-
dated. Our references are Hon. W. B- Stevens
Secretary World’s Fair; Hon. Lon V. Stephens
ex-Governor of Missouri; Vice President Mis
sour! Trust Company; \V. J. Atkinson, ex
President United States Trust Company; Gen
li. G. Farrar. cx-Assistunt Treasurer of tht
United States. Write lo ,
ST. LOUIS ROOM CO., ST. LOUIS, MO
At Dothan, In upper Pulestine. Is a
pool which lias refreshed the traveler
for centuries. It Is the well of Joseph.
Its environs foim a dreary enough
prospect—above It a low, insignificant
hill, upon whose summit cluster a few
miserable mud huts, and at the base
Is the sordid anachronism of a pufllng
steam mill, while away from It
stretches In all directions tho faint-
toned, almost hnelesp, expanse of the
Syrian landscape, long reaches of pal-
est blue and gray ami yellow, with only
an occasional blotch of brilliant color
Iti the foreground. Dreary and waste,
and sad. indeed, is the scene to the
eyes of the flesh; but, to tho eyes of
the spirit, that squat, bald hill becomes
a veritable Mount of Visions—visions
a thousand times more real and vivid
than the spectacle of mud huts and
steam mill, and rocky wastes.—N. \V.
Woodrow, in the Metropolitan.
Judge Was to Blame.
There is a story of an English
Judge, newly appointed, who remon-
strated with counsel as to the way he
was arguing his ease. "My lord,"
said the advocate in question, “you
argued such a case in a similar way
when you were at the bar.” “Yes, I
admit it," quietly replied the judge,
"but that was the fault of the judgs
who allowed it!”
Moving flower gardens are a famil-
iar street sight of Gibraltar.
Is It Not Worth While
if you travel, on business or pleasure,
to get the best service for the lowest
rates? Ask the Erie Railroad Com-
pany, 555 Railway Exchange, Chicago
for full information. Booklets free de-
scribing Summer Tours and the Beau-
tiful Chautauqua Lake Region; also
Farm Laborers in Liberia.
Farm laborers in Liberia rdfceivt
front $2.50 to J-i.50 a month and ra
tions of rice and fish. Men do all
tho work done elsewhere by horses
because horses would cost more.
Best in Existence.
“1 sincerely believe, all things con
sidered, Hunt's Lightning Oil is the
most useful and valuable household
remedy In existence. For Cuts. Burns,
Sprains and Insect Bites it - has no
equal so far as my experience goes."
E. G. Huntington.
25c and 50c bottles.
Canceled Draft Came Back.
Last spring during high water E. A.
Davis of Bethel, Vt., had a general
cleaning out at the bank and dumped
several barrels of old papers, among
them being a batch of canceled Bos-
ton drafts, into the Connecticut river.
In early April Frank Ladue went fish-
ing in Lynn harbor. On his return he
noticed a piece of paper near the
shore. He poked it with his oar and
saw the name of E. A. Davis on it.
Knowing Mr. Davlf, he was interest-
ed, and examining the paper, found
that it was a Boston draft. He sent
the paper back to Mr. Davis, who
states positively that it was one of
the canceled drafts that he had
dumped in the river.
Starch from Sweet Potatoes.
“The day will, I believe, come when
ihe sweet potato will furnish the
starch of the world." So said Dr. Har-
vey W. Wiley, chief of the Bureau of
Chemistry in the Agricultural Depart-
ment. in reply to the appeal of Con-
gressman Brantley of Georgia, that
the government, having developed the
possibilities of the sugar cane syrup
industry, should make a somewhat
similar study of the sweet potato.
Hawk Knocks Out Old Man.
Freeman Lane of Sayville, L. I., SO
years old, was attacked by a hawk in
the woods on his farm. The bird
awooped down upon him and struck
him squarely in the face, knocking
him into a gully. The hawk continued
striking him with its wings until the
old man. exhausted, could not move,
and then the bird, with a screech of
victory, soared to its young.
Cannot Trap Gray Wolves.
The gray wolf is very destructive
to cattle in Montana, and sometimes
overpowers and devours the strongest
steers. No trap yet made has been
able to capture one; the .animal seems
to shun all traps instinctively.
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COW AOOPTE A COLT.
Welch** With Equal C*** 0«*r It and
Mm* Own Calf.
A row oenrtl It* John llrEeman
who ha- a -mall farm m-nr Danbury.
Conn , ha* adopted a roll e Ire day*
old and l* hr Inc ini; I* M' along tali h *
calf of about th" Menu- agr Thr
mother of the roll, which wa* a vain
able brood mare, fell a few da)n ago
and broken one of It# lege, with the
rcault that It wan rrer*»»ary lo *hout It
The expedient of bringing the roll
up on a Ixitlle waa adopted, but the
little animal did nut lain kluilly to thla
no un* of livelihood. Mr. Ilrffcrnan
found Ihe colt following one of hi*
cowa contentedly about the paature lot
with a calf whlrn la'of It* own age
The cow watched over the two with
Impartial inotherllneioi and mii< hied
them iKJth when they cot tiled her lu
their own way that they were hungry
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COITIIEITIL III OOMPH!.
The Month of Rote*.
The favorite month for weddings Is
Interred at Night by Light of Torch
A funeral attended by unusual cir-
cumstances took place at Mount Heb
ron cemetery. Winchester, Va., at 8
o'clock one night recently, when the
body of David A. Fries, whose death
resulted from exposure in a storm, was
laid to rest.
Mr. Fries was one of the foremost
men of the county. He left directions
that no minister should officiate at his
funeral, nor should any religious rites
be held. Hundreds of his friends
waited at the house several hours and
then accompanied the body to this
city. At the cemetery gate they were
informed that the burial would not
take place until late at night. The
body was placed in the mortuary
chapel, and at the appointed hour the
pallbearers, carrying the corpse, wend-
ed their way through the cemetery and
silently interred the body by the light
of a torch.
World’s Oldest Man.
In Germany there are 77S persons
who claim to be 100 years old or more,
in France there are 213, in England
140, in Scotland 46. in Norway 23, in
Sweden 10, in Belgium 5, and Den-
mark 2. In Switzerland there is not
one centenarian, but on the other
hand, there arc 401 in Spain, and as
many as 575 in Servia.
Tho oldest, man in the world is
said lo be Bruno Cotrim of Rio Ja-
neiro, authentic documents showing
that he is now in his 150th year.
(•rat'l pmmmIIw, but *•• gMtt'iig
wnrwa lie aaa vary low
He read In a i»ew#p«p*r how l*» 1 »
Kidney till# were ru'ing «-**••* "f
Kidney Tlt'Uble, llrighl * l"»>«* a'ld
Hhrunteliam. nnd though I be would
try them He took two Imam, and boa
be I* quit* wall Hr ray*
**1 can no* work all day. and 0"t
ferl tired IP-fore using Ihidd ■ Kid
ney Fills. I couldn't wa k arrow Ike
Mr Ktisseira la the moat wonderful
ilM a*er hnoan lit t'hl|-|w*rn I'ntm
ty. Tht* nr* rau'*.|y UwM'r Kidney
l*!l!* I* making *ome miraculous
cures In Wl»r 'UMln.
Nu**etl Magi' say# that fifty rmle
la all a man ehoulil pay for a straw
bat, whlelt only *how* that I'ncle
Rung hat no *tock In n hat factory —
Insiat on Getting It.
Some grocer* say they don't keep
Defiance Starch. This Is lier-aune they
have a stock on hand of other brands
containing only 12 ox in n package,
which they won't be able to cell first,
bemuse Defiance contain* 16 oz. for
the same money.
A scientist saya that a man's Irmly
Is fully 80 per cent water. Of course,
this percentage doesn't apply to n
Kentucky man.—Chicago News.
An expert Is a mnn who doesn't get
confused when cross examined.
The Waste In Tobaco
As everybody knows, the dhIi left on
burning tobacco Is considerable and.
as a matter of fact, the mineral matter
of the tobacco leaf frequently
amounts to as much ns n fifth part of
Its weight. Thus, a ton of toabcco
leaf would yield four hundredweight
if ash. which represents valuable min-
eral constituents withdrawn from the
soil which have to Tie replaced by
abundant manuring, ft lias been eal-
culatef. that a ton of tobacco with-
drawn over a hundredweight of min-
imi constituents per ncro of land. In
1901 the home consumption of tobac-
co In the United Kingdom was at the
rate of two pounds per head, or a total
of about 40,000 tons, which represents,
at what Is now a probably low com-
putation, approximately 8,000 tons of
ash annually committed to the winds
or dissipated In some way or other.
On the face of It there would seem
;o bo a fortune In store for that indi-
vidual who could devise a successful
means for the collection of tobacco
ash. and it is a great pity that so
much valuable material should be for-
ever lost to the soil without any at-
tempt at direct restoration.—Kansas
Every tidy housekeeper appreciates nicely Starched
clothes and linens. No starch under the sun gives
to good a finish as Defiance Starch. It is absolutely
free of the chemicals which other starches contain. It
never sticks to the iron or causes the clothes to
break. U docs not rot them. For 10 cents you get
16 ounces of the best starch that can be made.
THE DEFIANCE STARCH CO.,
Attired for Automobiling.
The new goggles and tailor-mad*
blanket which are being worn by pet
dogs when they go touring.
Deer Had Free Winter’* Fodder.
C. H. Greene of White River June
tion, Vt., had several tons of hay
stored in a bam in a thinly settled
part of East Plainfield, N. H. One ol
the doors would not close. An em
ploye of Mr. Greene's visited the barn
not long ago and two deer In good con-
dition bounded out of the door and
made for the woods. There were In-
dications that they had lodged there
during the winter and fed upon the
The Last One Helps the First.
A sick coffee drinker must take two
steps to be rid of his troubles and get
strong and well again.
Tho first step is to cut off coffee ab-
That removes the destroying ele-
ment. The next step is to take liquid
food (and that Is Postom Food Cof-
fee) that has in it the elements na
ture requires to change the blood
corpuscles from pale pink or white
to rich red, and good red blood builds
good strong and healthy ceils in place
of the broken down cells destroyed by
cofree. With well boiled Postum Food
Coffee to shift to, both these steps
are easy and pleasant. The experi-
ence of a Georgian proves how im-
portant both are.
"From 1872 to the year 1900 my
wife and I had both been afflicted
with sick or nervous headache and at
times we suffered untold agony. We
were coffee drinkers and did not know
how to get away from it for the habit
is hard to quit.
"But in 1900 I read of a case simi-
lar to ours where Postum Coffee was
used in place of the old coffee and a
complete cure resulted, so I concluded
to get some and try 1L
“The result was, after three days’
use of Postum In place of the coffee
I never had a Bymptom of the old
trouble and in five months 1 bad
gained from 145 pounds to 163 pounds.
"My friends asked me almost daily
what wrought the change. My an-
swer always 1b, leaving off coffee and
drinking Postum in its place.
"We have many friends who have
been benefited by Postum.
“As to whether or not I have stated
the facts truthfully 1 refer you to
the Bank of Carrollton or any busi-
ness firm In that city where I have
lived for many years and am well
known." Name given by Postum Co.,
Battle Creek, Mich.
"There's a reason.”
I,ook in each pkg. for tho famous
little book, "The Hoad to Wellvllle.”
Out of Touch
The Liberty Bell, says the LotljBvillc
Courier-Journal, bus no boodle ring.
Il must be out of touch, so lo speak,
in both Philadelphia nnd St. IaiiiIh.
Do You Want the Lowest Rates
either one-way or round-trip excursion,
to any point east of Chicago or St.
Louis? Ask Ihe Erie Railroad .Com-
pany, 555 Railway Exchange, Chicago,
for complete Information. Three last
trains dally from Chicago anil St.
Louis through to New York, Boston,
Uuflalo, Pittsburgh and other eastern
points. Slop-over without, charge at
Niagara Falls. Cambridge Springs and
Beautiful Chautauqua I.ake.
She—When I set my race against
anything I mean It.
He—Would you—er—mind setting
your face against mine?—Chicago
Seeks No Further.
"No more nauseous noses of quinine
and the like for me. Cheatham's Laxa-
tive Tablets are surer in effect and
far more pleasant, and convenient to
take. I seek no further for as afe and
sure cure ofr Biliousness and Mala-
ria.” ISilw. Dubois.
Baton Rouge, La.
25c per box.
"Is Sunday base ball sinful?” asks
an exchange. We don’t know, but we
have seen sonic weekday base ball
that was positively criminal.—Wash-
Why It Is the Best
is because made by an entirely differ-
ent process. Defiance Starch Is un-
like any other, better and one-third
more for 10 cents.
The coining man is seldom noticed
until after his arrival.
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The formula of* noted Boston physician,
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