The Snyder Signal-Star. (Snyder, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 33, Ed. 1 Friday, July 14, 1905 Page: 3 of 4
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and Beautifying the Skin,
Scalp, Hair, and Hands.
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.*u, b.alp,t*d Hill.*
The Chief Cause of lllnec*
A famous jihyalclan. upon .brlug
’-askfiil recently what was tho chief
rauKo pf ill health, replied: "Thinking
and talkliiK nhout It all the time. This
ceaseless Introspection in which si
“but I il<
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liu' I owe too flinch lul'O1 Y,”
Hut. HI- hard. you'ctt tlod a lartt
rr tiebl then an.sme • !••*. '
“That's true*- disorhd Itlchird
•lint Ood ain't puahmn pie." It* • tor
MARKCTINQ POTATO CROPS.
In line with tin- claarlq cuso ol tho
oyster shippers, cited liy I'l^sldent
It ad ley of.Yale I'nlv.rsltji In lit* hook
dn IUilroa<! Transportation Is the case
of the Aroostook potato growers
brought by, I’raajdfnt Ttittle of tho
Ilosh’ii nnd Malid Railroad hefoie tho
Setintp Cominlflpt <\n Interstate Com-
merce. Nothing could better show
bow a raflf(hid H-orlcs for; the Interest
of the localities which
A main di'pcndence of 'the farmers
or the Aroostook r glob Ip tho potato
crop, aggregating annually eight to
ten million bushels, which find a mar-
many of the rising generations of nor- |
vous folk indulge Is certainly wearing I Uet largely In Boston and the adjacent
........... .................................thickly settled regions of New Ivng-
themr out. When they are not worrying
as to whether they sloop loo much or
too little they arc fidgeting over the
amount of food they take or quantity
of exorcise necosHarx tor health. In
short, they never give themselves a
The Lott Ring.1
lived in Rackltisack,
Woman ....„ ... .
ringworm on her back;
Said she wouldn't care- a pmatcfl, but
was where she coujdi^'t Bcrateh.
Therfore she could not endure, had to
have aid quick and sure.
thickly settled regions
land. The competition of .cheap water
transportation from Mulncjto all points
along the New Kngland coast keeps
railroad freight rates on these pota-
toes always at a very low lewcl.
Potatoes are also n considerable
put of the truck farms of Michlghn
their norma) market bcfng;obtalned ,in
and through Detroit add Chicago and
other cumtnuillTieif of'that .region.
Not many years ago favoring sun
and'rains brought a tremendous yield
of -potatoes frtim* ffie' Michigan fields.
At normal rates and prices there
would have beeu a gjut of the custom-
One box of Hunt's Cure, price 5pc,\dlil | ary.- markets and the potatoes would
have rotted on the farms. To. help
I the potato growers the rgjlkoads from
I Michigjm made unpreeedehfodly low
! rates on, potatoes to evetp-j reachable
! market, even carrying thc*4i in large
i quantities to a place so repibte as Bos
ton. The Aroostook groWors had to
reduce the price on their potatoes and'
even then could not dispose of them
unless the Boston and Mainfc Railroad
the work. It always does,
The automobile has many slnsi to
answer for. New. Jersey truckers a>c
complaining that' their strawberry
patches have been ruined with dust
raised in the nearby roads by the liv-
The h.,=b»„ editor o[
Sun got down at the paragrapher's
desk long enough to obsetve that "no
matter what pi teller th'O-Russians p'ut
in, the Japanese promptly bat him out
of the’box.”' ■ ‘ '
The name and address of your
shoe dealer and 15c ta cover
costof mailing, etc., will secure
one of the handsome rolled
gold pins illustrated above.
Enameled in colors- artii: wijt•
wear for years. Thesre' pihs
were secured by thpusan^s of
Worlds Fair Visitors. ' •-
Only a few hundred loft.
Wj-ite Quick. “ 2 '■
I^OBBKTS. JOHNSON &l^AND
SHOE CO. ST. LOUIS
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THE DAISY FLY KILLER
lome-In dining-room-, sl*»epln}<-roO!u nml plan s " litre
H will nut -***•!i or rv*
1. it l*o
l| T*y toem ofi«*e.
voottUl mwf :•«»
not krpr hr
Sanif .w. UfllH’-a'I.
4if.,Ilrl0»lj0.V 1 •
making possible low prices, the potato
crops of hot-lt ' Michigan and Maine
were finally marketed. Everybody
•eats "pota'foek; and' that year every-
body bad all the potatoes he wanted.
While the Michigan railrctfads made
rates that would have been ruinous to
the railroads, had they been applied
to the. movement-, of all potatoes at all
times,' to a»‘ place?, they helped their
«Tj patrons to -fitHl '.titnrttcts then. The
Boston and Maine Railroad suffered a
decre%sf. jn its revenue from potatoes,
•but it enabled the Aroostook farmers
to market their prop and thereby to
obtain money which Ihey gpept for the
varied supplies ' which the railroads
brought to them. If the; making of
rates were subject to governmental
adjustment such radical and prompt
action could never have ."bedn taken,
because it Is well established that- if-
a rate be once reduced bV a railroad
contpany it cannot be restOTe^'.through
. thife. red tape of governmBntaP'^roce-
If the Michigan railroads and
tji? Boston and Maine K&ilnriad‘had
been subjected to governmentibtjjmi-.., 1,
- - - - - - —-n<f 4
itaUion they would have felt obliged
ft'K^ep up their rates as do the railroads
-of France and England atjiid Germany
under governmental limitation arid-let
the potatoes rot.- E han i«. •
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Nothing nnUies a*, man angt*y* a»
to have some' follow swi^e taft. iun-
brella that be. has j;ust borrowed from
the original ' o\vn?r when ,jhe wasn:t
looking. ' | .
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No man has more frie-ndfe thab Uo.
During the courtship a young uxtEfi.
is never out of danger unfil tfce gir
s?yi "No” three times. ^ ,
(celt and «n# tioipti tif*
Hlr Waller H«*>u ••• an nqi of
ilimra man, •< li« bad bran a iranip-
Inc boy. aay« MH’Inr**”*. It la Impoa*
aibln to 'hink of him arlihou\ hi<f
bnraaa anil do|« Ilia <lullr>a aa- ab.-r
Iff icMik him a< roaa rnumry contln
ually. and hi* alaraya bail l^orn monlba
out of Edlntiurfh that lit It. notmlth-
atandlnc bla court rlrrk.blp II*' *»«
thus In rondant contact %lth Stflrh
life and rountty. and hit’ never I oat
or relaxed bla first Impulse to know
mid red with bla eye’s, so far aa eyea
could see It. all the local Iflatory. lie
wna also In love with th* genlua of
Scotland a* It was stamped ^ the
people of all sorts und i niuJultinn lift-
man nature, the rough. Itgrib uttlqie
free from Its alloy of the town, waa,
treasure trov-* to hltn On thos^-an-.
nual “raids into l.lddi silale," and on
many another journey, he made him-
self master of this book of triitta out
of whlrh came so much of the char-
acter, nnecdote and phrase that art
most sterling, real and huinorsome Ju,
Tat* Piyfmp G<rl
ca nowntiriu i
who haa t'.en r«
Ha 0*1 on
f I o|0 t'l
h iilfally tUn
1. Th«* Idle
n i' find hi*mu
i miii ifii ,t r<
*•1 »It** lil« muii. a
(•niic^ vl IntviiiDi f4
• t|»< vrfor# It
lllt.e* 44 iittN fi
nf «Hti pet viler t«» f4ft*
«• the •■Vt.e of
lilimlt 4« It dtir« nf Ik
I’tHard* r. t lirfI'fufi*. Is
the lorn run.
the 4«*<44l hmI to lh*«
i onsun.er of
«lir|i Nllill'fl II
Ibnii 1*4 linnet
would Id# Ch#4|» liml
|,^a Or 1 li,a Ilf till |l Si |H| |*l|
»lf»« |*n* tier*
l(|H w t ;. A, h< d
itv)i r i n*f nn’rti miwi
4n«l 4ll«1, 40||»rflt||« • ft‘
!?«•%% 4tl«| 4lk4*
Hue. 4it*l 4lff«M
n? nlfb Tl»«)
4r* ni'irr of uotform
Why not buy a pcrt*~ t|y wholc.omn
t aking powder like I'aiJiuel. tliat i* i*
the Milne time moderate Iti price nnd
One ahlch ran I**- relied upon* t'alu-
Tiiet l« always tin
Inltely and clvea
tlie e*Sik tl.u bast
A|ut(rrl Ib-ineiJv forfoiHltfax j
lion. Sour Slnuxa li I h uilsa-o \
IM-** fuai l,imHor sum'
far lusilc Si(iwiui< of
EXACT COPY or WRAPPER.
View of Happineaa.
I have been trying to fignrti oaf *a
general condlllon of happiness, und I
reach tho conclusion that jt consists
mainly In the ability to march with
one's own generation, neither dcpUpv |
lng the progress the generation makes,
nor grumbling because It doesn't make
more, says Frank Putnam In tho Na-
tional Mugazlue. We can understand
best the men and women of otig, own
age, or near It. Dr. Osier spok'e't’rffth
when he said that most men
bo reccptivo to new 'Ideas
hence our eiders in the 50s
and 70s. say, who hav?-ably
the affairs of thf world durin
decades immediately ahead of us
often seem to us to mave less
than wo think they should, to
new Industrial conditions,
generation Immediately behind
the restless chaps in their 20s, ard
putting more pressure upon us from
the rear than wc are able: to believe
is wholly justified.
lll.ujk, | pan' toj n»k it fnv-.rl
I ipiW 'Six l ib It.i pounds aud [
ttlng piwlllvclv thwhy I wa 1
I qld iffuf <|>n| ha*t .i ''a>' of redtf lug
( vourf < cutltNr. niff had lorn tw>-my .
j 'loumls in a month llof db^ yotf, do j
III?” . . — i
I The mtfn iil-1ih<-d nnd ji'led, to sld' -
' *t? i) h< quest loat ami tin young wo-;
.i:ai\.*iiudt>te<l ou an »ns\A-r
'•Well.” salil fhi- ilesncrati* mniij-
auipfilng Ills foreinad. ''j'll tell you. i
If go; on Iti*- wagon l**r a mouth/'
y* Ahd.'lfotf'lhey ifcr Wiii speak ns they
pass by.— I^ilmh News-TJ-llmne.
■ « •, ' IT “* ^ 1 1 w—“»
Arriyjpg at a Verdict.
■'Kiishcqiisj. Pm. July 10.-+(Special)—
Skiultiy Si Ik ad Toucher Wouldn't
von 111.*- to dW»ll in lieivin. Julinny?
1 Johpny Not. ma'am WV'vo movetl
throe fftiu-a aln-aily llilk y<-«r. an*!
I'm gi-ttltiK tired of lieiifln* pack up
BABY'S VERRIBLJE SORE
Body Raw With Humor—Caused Un-
told Agony—Doctor Old No Good
—Cutleura Cured at Once.
"My child was n very delicate baby.
A terrible sore und humor broke out
on Ills body, looking like raw flesh,
and causing the child untold agr-ny.
My physician prescribed various rem-
edies, none of which helped ul all. 1
became discouraged and t*.ok the mat
iPiLfeS »,?«SB£X HMdfgRJBffBgi
In this Mellon of 1’ennsylvnnla there | «er Into my own hands, and tried Cull
Is a growing belief Hint f^r such Kid-
ney, Diseases, iu> v Kliqunkuttsin und
Lame Back there is onw one
-curt* and-that’ la*D<nbl's Hldney I’llls.
This bflief grows from sip-h cases ns
igvbuin of this
1,1 or ' herself us
cura Soap und Ctilicura Ointment
with almost immcdlnle success. -He-
sure fore tho second wdek had passed the
soreness wus gono, not leaving a trace
of ahything. Mrs. Jeannette H. Block,
281 Rosedale St.. Rochester. N. Y.”
find that Dodil's
, 0one m^ more good
crl have [ever taken,
fed with J-ftmo Back
And u#;. that m.vjback hasn't
nd uss *. ffiihi*itptfji*pJiiii<'c I took (Dodd's Kid-
-(Ton^hlfplfig that Mrs. Igivlson only
ookytwq..?ihxcK of Dodd's Kidney Pills,
‘i.'Ofei^tWould he considered wonder*-
"H(r seems to have gone to the Imil
'.'Yes; I bilieve lie found himself be-
tween the devil and |bri deep sea,
■and- he . realized that he couldn't
swim.”— Philadelphia Ledger.
h A Kipling Souvenir.
Of an interesting Kipling relic,
Charles Warren Stoddard writes:
“The object .that ,8rat caaght my
eye wa's an old desk, black with, age,
and no doubt rheumatic in every jiArnt.
Its lid was a solid panel, but curved
in the fashion Of a roll-top desk-
AcrJJss-the. length of it, cut deep in
large letters,'Such**as sqtroojboys love
to carve wa? this legend:
“'Oft was I weapy'.vTieh I tolled'at
“So sang the galley slave in: a
faultless verfee; and so. in the hour
of triumph, Rudyard Kipling graved
upon the cover -of* jthfe->desk at which
be. .won his- fame.”—National Maga-
4 '■ -V 1
Some anonymous individual .witbj
poetry. In his soul has written to a
New York paper epoiplalning of a
whip-poor-will that bothers him at
.night,' and . another anOnynfous indl
Vtdnal who ha£ in bis. soul no innatq
love of liirdS suggests: '
‘If Pater Faxnilias really desires to
drive the -whip-pQQr-win from the tree,
the foliowing- is a recipe guaranteed
to cause it to quit the place:
R: One dozen romap candles.
D,ose; Three each evening on retir--
ing (TOfll* p. m.) exploded through the
tree. This has .been, known to cure
he rrtpet 'aggravating;" cases.’*
_________ace saw tli^ t\'cstlan(?
s ^fandeur by the sc^ ,
a Susky tadi&n prlncie^
•as’'fairest flower to see.
E’er the. paleface saw
. In- 1fs ^handeur b;-
Lfved a dusky tadi
Fair • as fairest flower To see.
Bv Columbia's thundering'cascades,
'O’er thOa beauteous uplafld plain,
\Vanderedi lone the fair Wal-lu-lah
Chanting e'er some wild r
AO'er UiQl beauteous upli
Bv Oulumhia's murnuirifig cascades,
-.’Ij-eT-v a*xl torre her tirW.-ss -rmest.
Now akc Sleeps, but still awaits, him.
with Ji«C /ace toward. the Weil'.
still her. spirit Hues and murmuip
I* Cc-laraiiiiCS wild .rofiain. <■ • *-
,a-".t It■ifr.nvjlt in N- jv V-o.-U H'-ra!d.
Docs this weather make ioq ■want. The ^ycatcsl Trouf hatchery in the
i . ^ __.k a- —. M %-s n t/iWq f rt,l 111* T li n
and stay set. Iiods’yvmr
iRgust you? If so. jtou .ared
ns Sa aparilla. It picks you
ps you up, aud the grocery bill
tvl.s aheut j ou.5 gppetite. '
s’omi* ciris proceed to ra;rdf on and
marry—then implore the * divorce
judge to help hem let loose aggux.
Greatest Trout Hatchery.
werM' will he ToV'ated .by the govern-
nTTmt oa the <>rand Mesa, about twen-
ty-five miles ^orth of Delta. The an-
nutFl dutput of fish wilt pot fall be-
lpyv ^.OOO^Qti .jlvithiP.a kJtar a^.er the
hatfdiery is comph-ted^.. Tli*V5e ^fr*lo*
will be distributed afl oxer the west.
6j*fir-re not that others are re-
jptfnljfh Uni icsulis daily. Kushe-
i* -ml arriving at a Verdict that
"Dodd's -Kidney Pills are tie one sure
cure for Rheumatism.” ; ,
Giles—Thift clhhp acros
,vas the lightweight champion in
lay. _ j * j..
Miles—You don't say*' 'Ht>-certainly
Joes not look like a prize fighter now.
. Gijes-i>QJJv he wasn't a prt/.e.ijghter.
He formerly w;:;s a_ coal dealer.—tat.
Every honsekeener should know
that if they' Will buy Defiance Cold
Water Starch for laundry use they
will save not only time, because1 it
never sticks to the Iron, but because
each package .contains 16 oz.-.one full
• pgpfid-i-Svhll® .all other Cold Water
fitat-ehffs atq -put up lh % -p-*und pack-
jgqs. -and the priqe.JSi.the: same! id-
cents. Then again because Defiance
,ij>tprch Is free-from.qll Injurfous ehem-
rc.ils: ’‘If your grocer tries to sell you
'ifWo-i pacli.l3e.iMs because he has
a stock on hand which he wishes to
dispose .df.ltefore he puts in Defiance.
He 'k'nbW’a Uh'at Defiance Starch has
prinie* on ip.very package in large ldt
ters anR figures "16 ozs.” Dernafid U4
fiance and save much time and money
and the .Annoyancerof. the iron stick-
ing. Defiance never stt-ks.
Is displayed by many a poor invalid,
crushed under the weight of chronic
troubles, like constipation, biliousness,
niurraigla. heailacli*-, stomach trouble,
etc. But such suffering, tliottgh pra-vo.
Is quite unnecessary, for Dir. Cald-
well's (laxative; Syrup Pepsin will
surely cure ail these diseases, drive
nway all the unpleasant symptoms,
and restore every invalid- to Health.
Try it... .Sold by all druggists at 50c
and $1.00. Money back ir tt. faflsi -
"Let me see,” said the minister
who was filling but the marriage cer-
tificate and had forgotten the date,
"this in the fjfth,. Is, it not?”
"No, sir,” said the bride, with some
indignation. "This Is only my third!"
. It Will Stay There.
“In my family medicine chest no
remedy Is permitted to remain uhless
It proves beyond doubt the pest to be
ohtai6ed* for-(its particular purpose.
“For treating fill manner of skin
troubles, such -as Eczema, Tetter,
Ringworm, etc., Hunt's, Cure, has held
its place for many, years. I havd fail-
ed to find H-surer remedy. It cures
.. .. - ■ • ,R. JI--Swann,
.t »: * ——.—---—■. *.
he cashes h:s brains- I
Say Plainly to Your Grocer
Tli at. you want LION COFFF.E til wav a, nml lie,
l>oiu)f a tufuare mini, will not try to sell you any-
thing else. 5fou may not euro for our opinion, but
What About Ihe United Judgment ol Millions
of bouHokoopcrH who linvo used LION COFFEE
for over a .quarter of a century ?
Is there any stronger proof of merit, than Ihfi
’ Confidence of fhe People
and ever Increasing popnlarlly ?
LION COFFEE Is carclnlly se-
lected at ihe plantation, dtxlppcd
direct to onr varloos lattorlcs,
uhere 11 Is skillfully roasted nnd
carefully paclked In sealed pack*
«fjcs unllkc loose collee. which
..ti exposed to germs, dust. In-
sects, etc. LION COFFEErcaches
you as pure and clean as when
It Icll the laclory. Sold only In
1 lb. packages.
Lion-head on every package.
Save llieso LioR-hendu for valuable premiuma
SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE .
WOOLSON SPICE CO., Toledo, Ohio.
At bachejor nevef figures. on mar-
ryifirg a widow, but when a .vfjidotv^hould
figtii-es oh marrying, a bachelor -it’s a
sure sign of a wedding.
for a' Ilv-Frfe.” *. 1
"I don’t doubt it. He has a reputa-
tion for trying to pass plugged
^»oB^/'-H®otrblF' PW* Press.
be in every household, rcono bo'
groodj .Resides 4 <>z. more for* 10 cents
than aby other, brand of cold
star61}; i‘ i * , • » ;
wdinan nevor . seoms surprise
when a man makes a fool of himse.f
ovei* her. . /
, - J7^E THE FAMOUS
• rVffcsiJaIf i-o/ S
.'l_cefits. . 'fhe iSiks Cdtnpany, South ifend, Ina.
Ask Your Dealer for Aden’s Foot-Easeu.
A powder. It reststlye feet. Cifres Swol-
len,Sore, Hot,Callous. Aching.Sweating1
fPeetamd Ingrowing1 Nails. At all I)rug-
gtsts and Shoe stt>r$s, 23 cents. Accept>
tid ^Svftistitute. Sample mailed RRHB. r
Address, A 8. Olmsted, LeRoy, N. *• ,flts. Th..
i, .VJJX, «--|K .
"It Is'-hard' to tell whom you can -4fTn"atc
trust,” salt! on*-, -grafter. “Yes," an- ' . . .
fwered the. other. .".Sometlnu-S I thlqk '*'*' ^ J .'.ow he-vcplicd," ‘bul.
there Is no such thing as honesty. ^ ou 1 -Not 3Ui,t no J
never know w hu-dq- jtb, '
state's evidence"* ’next.”—Waslffngfdn
Star. • -••'■ -•*
Nothing pleases the eyh so much M
a well uiade, dainty
If properly laundered.
To get the best results it
is - necessary , to use the
best laundry starch.
heiastwAI. "have yoq really
‘Not just non;
’furii fexpe.-i’ V,, Lave* »n<? To -h*.i tly
after the beginning of- the next scs-
.. . v - - . -- - t .- '
tc Thompson’* Eye Wafer
gives tliat finish to the
^ej.otbcs thv.ut all ladies
desire and tfhpuld obtain.
It iri the delight of the
Once tried'tj^ey will use
no other. Tt-is pure and
is giiaranted not to in-
iure tlie most delicate
fabt-ic. It is sold by tho
best grocet^ at 10c a
package. Jfoich package
coutiiins t0 ounces.
Otlier starches, not nearly good, sell
at the same price per piu*kii|jv, but they
contain only 12 ounces of sthreh. Con-
sult your own interests' Ask for
DEFIANCE STARCH, get it. and we
•know you will never use any other.
W.N.U.—-Oklahoma City—No. 26, 1905
writing advertisers kindly rhen-
tion this paper.
ANTED —For the U. 8. A^iar, ftb!o-todiod
»]>G*k. reatl and
iimnarnod ruen. between lifH of 21 and
Bo ; e:ti <eui of Ucirini Staten, of £o<>d oharaoter
md tempir»»« Uabtta. who can i. ‘
For mtorm.-amn to Ro-
fcej, PoHtoftJca budoToif* Oklahoma
r Ttilna. Tud Taf^Kmd. bhaar
a-Fit a Eucl^h.
! City: Oh:a or TtiUa.
| ■MWtittihtM* ■Oklt.
To cure, or money refunded by your merchant, so why rot try it? Price 50c.
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Allison, W. M. The Snyder Signal-Star. (Snyder, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 33, Ed. 1 Friday, July 14, 1905, newspaper, July 14, 1905; Snyder, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc497690/m1/3/: accessed July 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.