The Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 14, No. 80, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 5, 1905 Page: 3 of 8
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A QUICK RECOVERY.
A Prominent Topcka Rebecca Office
Writes to Thank Doari'a Kidney
Pills for It .
Mrs. C E. BunjKardncr a local ofll'
cer of tlio Rebeccas
vt Topeka Kans.
Room 10 812 Kansas
Ave. writes: "I used
Doan's Kidney Pills
during the past year
for kidney trouble
bnd kindred ail-
ments. I was suffer-
ing from pains In the
back and headaches
but fcund after the
use of one box of the
remedy that the
disappeared so that
before I had finished
a second package I
was well. 1 therefore
(Slyned) Mrs. C. E. ISumgardiier.'
A FREE TRIAL Address Foster
Milbum Co. Buffalo N. Y. For sale
by all dealers. Price 0 cents.
Man speaks of woman's vanity as
aoructhlng which Is a part of every
Oil and CM. "
A little c!i poured upon troubled
waters has enabled many a weary
trarlner to reach an harbor of safety.
A little Hunt's Lightning Oil poured
Upon your Hunts Bruises. Sprains
Cuts. Pains and Aches will enable you
to reach that harbor of peace and
comfort where contentment !a a cer-
tainty ai:d happiness a possibility.
To Socthe a Bruited Finger.
If In hammering In a call you by
mistake hit your finger or thumb ho'i
the injured member in water as hot ai
you can bear for a few minutes. Thli
draws out the inflammation and re-
lieves the pain In a wonderful way.
Don't you know that Defiance StareV
b'PtUi'B being absolutely superior to'
any other Is put up 16 ounces In pack-
age and cells at same price as 12-
ouuee packages ot other kinds T
" Many commanding men are easily
controlled by those who seem to be
other than commanding.
GHOSTS IN ROYAL PALACE.
Hampton Court Said to Have Visitors
From the Spirit World.
At Hampton Court palace near Lon-
don are according to report Feveral
ftosts all of which belong to the
Tudor period. "First Is Jano Sey-
mour" eays a writer "who clad In
white garments and carrying a light-
ed candle ascends the queen's stair-
case on the anniversary of the birth
of her son. Edward VI. The ghost was
laid by the opening up of the stair-
ease. Mrs. Penn the curso and foster
mother of Edward VI is the most per-
sistent ghost. Since her grave was
disturbed In Hampton cburch her
Esunt figure in a long gray robe has
walked the vicinity of her old rooms
ar.d the whirring of her splnning-
wbeel has been heard by several peo-
ple. The board of works Instituted an
Inquiry and discovered a walied-up
room with an old spinning-wheel the
tieadle cf which appeared to have
worn the oaken flooring. The third
Tudor ghost Is Catherine Howard who
Is reputed to haunt a gallery about to
be opened to the public."
But Did Joseph Knox?
Joseph T. Buckingham ot Boston
one of the best writers and grammari-
ans of his time said that "not one
scholar In a thousand ever received
ihe least benefit from studying the
rules of grammar before the age of
15 years." Lynn Item.
Ignorance Is the step-mother of envy.
THE SIMPLE LIFE.
Ways That Are Pleasant and Paths
That Are Peace.
It Is the simple life that gives
length of days serenity of mind and
body and tranquillity of soul.
; Simple hopes and ambitions hound-
ed by the desire to do good to one's
neighbors simple pleasures habits
food and drink.
Men die long before their time be-
cause tney try to crowd too much Ir to
their experiences they climb too
high and fall too hard. A wise woman
writes of the good that a simple diet
has done her:
"1 have been using Crape-Nuts for
about six months. I began rather spar-
ingly until I acquired such a liking
for it that for the last three months
I have depended upon It almost en-
tirely for my diet eating nothing else
whatever but Grape-Nuts for break-
fast and supper and I believe I could
eat it for dinner with fruit and be sat-
Itfled without other food and feel
much better end have more strer-gth
lo do my housework.
"When I began the use of Grape-
Nuts I was thin and weak my muscles
were so soft that I was not able to do
eny work. I weighed only 108 pounds.
Nothing that 1 ate did me any good
t was going down htii rapidly was
nervous and miserable with no ambi-
tion for anything. My condition Im-
proved rapidly after I began to eat
Grape-Nuts food. It made me feel
like a new woman; my muscles got
solid my figure rounded out my
weight Increased to 12C pounds In a
few weeks my nerves grew steady
and my mind better and clearer. My
friends tell me they haven't seen me
look so well for years.
"I consider Grape-Nuts the best
food on the market and shall never go
back to meats and white bread again."
Name given by Postum Co. Battle
TherVs a reason.
I-oolt In each pkg. for the little
look "The Road to Wollvllle."
wasted Farm Forces.
There Is too much wasted force and
enerpy on the farm. Of all the wastes
of the farm this is the most exhaus-
tive most destructive of its resources.
The most vital values of the farm's
resources are essentially in the active
mental and physical forces of Its oper-
atives. Deplete these and the produc-
ing capacity of the farm has oeen di-
minished in relative proportion. The
farmer himself Is the one directly re-
sponsible for the unnecessary expen-
diture of forces that could be utilized
to better advantage and so sacrifices
lnca!cuiable energies by waste and
misdirection that tend to Incapaci-
tate both iitmself and his farm. Not-
able among other wastes Is the un-
necessary power expended in doing by
hand by "main strength and awk-
wardness" after the manner of me-
dieval ways the things that can be so
much more expeditiously and cheaply
done by machinery and Improved tools
and Implements. Only In Instances
tnat are exceptions can It be con
celved why such conditions exist a3
are found over all the states where
not only energy and strength are
wasted but time which to the farmer
as well as to the manufacturer has
an appreciable money value that
largely contributes to the final deter-
mination of profit or loss. The Im
proved tools that are offered to the
farmer at fairly reasonable prices are
both labor and time savers therefore
money savers that make for profit
Manufacturers expend large sums of
money for advertising to call the
farmer s attention to agricultural lm
plements and various wares that he
may know that such are made for
him by whom and where. It will cost
but a penay for a postcard and a mo-
ment of time to write it to secure
elaborately Illustrated descriptive
matter that will give him detailed In-
formation about any of the things de
sired or that he Is open to conviction
that he needs. With most of these
descriptions of Implements and sup
plies will be found conclusive evi
dence of the economy of their use
The farmer will in all this matter
come In contact as a pure matter of
business with claims of the "best"
and the "only" but he will do well to
remember that In this day of near-
perfection both In Invention and con
struction that there are greater or
less numbers of standard and reliable
machines and Implements and that
it Is dependent upon him to select the
one that his Judgment may Indicate
as most suitable to his needs.
Back to the Land!
The trend of the country-raised boy
Is all too irresistibly toward the city.
while there has been no counter-vail
ing current Impelling the young peo-
ple of the cities to fill his place in the
country. The problem Is one for the
most serious consideration of our best
statesmen th'a constant and un-
stemmed movement which Is over
crowding our centers of industry.
However there are subtle forces at
work year by year becoming better
organized and with a broader power
whose tendency is to overcome this
hurtful condition and induce migra
tion back to the land and away from
the teeming cities. In all of this the
influences of industrial and agricul-
tural education are playing an im-
portant part. Nature study courses
and city school gardens where child-
ren are taught to know something
of the soil and plants the real wond-
ers of nature working around us on
every hand are no longer looked upon
by us as fads; although the results
are as yet not greatly in evidence and
the influences constantly and increas-
ingly advancing may seem practically
latent the effect of this work and this
education will eventually substan-
tially and effectively materialize for
the betterment both of the farm and
Barrels or Boxes for Apples.
Would not consumption be doubled
if apples were put up In small pack-
ages like other fruits so the consumer
could get them la the original pack-
age? If the advance in the price of
barrels is due as many think It Is
to a pool or trust "and I will say
there are rea3ons for this belief" and
there is plenty of timber the remedy
lies In the apple-growers of the coun-
try through the National Apple Grow-
ers Congress or some organization to
put machinery In operation cutting it
into cooperage. We are not assum-
ing that there Is any trust but we
notice each recurring year that bar-
rels can be had if we pay the ad-
vance in price. It is a question how-
ever if we could secure barrels at
25 cents each again whether It Is the
package we should use. We are of
the opinion that the extended dis-
tribution in a retail way necessary
for the consumption of our large ap-
ple crops cannot be reached by the
use of the barrel. It may be said that
for storage and export trade we will
have to use barrels. If only barrels
are used for this It would relieve the
barrel situation that much. Still would
not a case holding half a barrel once
In use be more satisfactory for stor-'
age and export? G. T. Tippin.
Change In Market Demands.
This change In the demands of the
market Is characteristic not only of
the beef consumers but also of all
other kinds of products and Is easy
to understand. Away in the lumber
woods or on th fishing craft duality
counts for little. 'Jbere thick fat pork
and beef is the food of the much-exposed
and hungry men. But In the
cities indoor employments take the
keen edge off the appetite and a lean-
er finer grained class of pork and
beef Is needed to satisfy the wants
of a more delicate palate. Moreover
the days of the tallow candle are no
more and as a result fat Is not now
of the value It used to be being worth
but 2 or 3 cents pound In contrast
to values of 10 15 20 cents placed
upon good cuts of beef said a speaker
at a meeting of cattle breeders.
Adulteration of Food.
This is the only civilized country
In the world that does not protect the
consumer against the open and flag-
rant adulteration of manufacturers.
This Is a question of great Importance
to every citizen of this country to-day.
It affects not only the economic policy
of the home but It of a necessity
grasps and Jeopardizes the very life
of each Individual member of the
Shall we continue to feed adulter-
ated candy to our children and place
upon our tables the most dangerous
acids and adulterated foods known te
the scientific" world? In a pall of
cheap Jelly is sufficient acid to eat a
hole through your hand (if extracted
and concentrated). The same state-
ment will apply to adulterated vine-
gar. What we want is a national pure
food law requiring that all foods that
are manufactured shall be marked
showing the proportion of ingredients
One of the marvels of the age is
the dexterity with which ambitious
manufacturers are adulterating oi
actually marking certain substances
by the employment of drugs and col.
orlng matters wholly foreign to th
real article Itself. J. C. Ware.
Champaign County Illinois.
In a state of nature grass Is thi
first thing eaten by the goslings. Out
breeders take the hint from this and
provide grass for the goslings raised
In a state of domestication. After thi
little ones are a week old they should
have a pasture of grass. As grass Is
largely nitrogenous moistened corn
meal acts as a good balance and is
given the young goslings. The provi-
dent goose raiser also looks out thai
they are supplied with all the gri
and sand they are likely to use. A
mash that contains cooked vegetable?
is a good food to be fed once a day
Any of our grajns ground are good
and meat in some form is highly desir
able. In a wild state the gosling geti
r.ot only grass but also animal food
which It early learns to find.
Saving a Few Cents on Plants.
It does not pay to save a few centi
on plants if thereby a poorer varletj
Is to be obtained. It is true tha
sometimes high-priced plants are men
worthless novelties; but that Is no.'
the case as a rule. Plants of th
standard varieties that are hlgh-price(
are so for a reason. There is alwayt
a tendency to cut prices among agents
of nurseries but the man that geti
what seems to him a bargain musl
look out. Perhaps the other fellow li
getting even by repurchasing pool
Btoclc from some nursery other thai
that he represents. Saving a fei
cents !n the first cost of the planti
may cause the loss of a few dollars ii
the years to come.
A Few Varieties of Strawberries.
Though a man may try many varie
ties of strawberries he must ultimate
ly settle down to a few varieties foi
market purposes. The varieties dlf
fer so much among themselves thai
it is not at all easy to thorough!)
learn any one of them. When a mari
tries to get thoroughly acquainted
with a hundred varieties he is at
tempting the Impossible. Moreover
he cannot easily diversify his treat
nient of them and so most of the va
rieties get a treatment that does not
give the greatest possible results.
Too L'ttle or Too Much Feed.
From English sources we hear com'
plaint of some poultry keepers feed
ing their birds Just enough food to
keep them alive and without any re-
gard for profits. We believe that In
this country we have little to find
fault with In the limited quantity ol
fcod given. The great abundance o!
corn and Its comparative cheapness
leads to Its lavish feeding. Some o
our poultry keepers would mak
money by cutting down the ration.
Giving the fowls too much corn re
suits In weak bones. The fowl thai
has a ration rich in protein and has
lime In some form with plenty of grit
will develop a bone that will stand al.
most any ordinary use. Jumping
from a high perch will not then result
iu a broken leg.
Do not make the mistake of think-
ing that you can "over-fit" your fields
for a seed bed providing always thai
the soli Is in proper condition for
working. Go at it hammer and tongs
cut and re-cut It to furrow depth with
tins disc and finish off with spring
tooth spike-tooth roller and ulank
drag until the field Is as fine and mel-
low as an ash heap. This cultivation
In preparation will tell in the crop.
If more care were used In the feed
ing of growing horses more of them
would be marketable to foreign buy-
ers at a good price. Such buyers fre
quently express a distrust of the qual-
ity of American-bred horses on ac-
count of the very loose methods used
Ths type of hoic the trade
Is gradually undergoing a change. We
cannot be sure what kind of a br
the market will demand In ten years
irom now. -
PE-RU-EJA CGHQUERS CATARRH T!
The Population of
' the Earth is
Die Annually of
LL over the world Pernna Is
known and nsed for catarrhal
diseases. The Peruna Girl has
traveled 'round the globe.
Her face is familiar everywhere that
civilization reaches. '
From Africa to Greenland from Man-
churia to Patagonia the face of the
Peruna girl is familiar and the praises of
Pernna as a catarrh remedy are heard.
Successful la Nortb and South.
Peruna crossed the Eqnator several
years ago to find in the Southern
Hemisphere the gam triumphant suc-
cess that bas marked its career in the
Peruna la a -ndard catarrh remedy
the world ove .
It cares catarrh by eradicating It
from the cystem.
Perm a" eat Cure.
It obviates the necessity of all local
ereatment and its relief is of permanent
Without a Peer.
No other remedy has so completely
dominated the whole earth as Pernna.
la Every Tongue.
In all languages its glowing testi-
monials are written.
In all climes the demands for Peruna
Usually the hand that rocks the
eradle can't hit the side of a barn with
"Dr. David Kennedy' Favorite Remedy Ik
txoellcnt for tbe 'iter. Cured roe after .ltrhE years of
jullertatf." 6. 1'tprun AltM&jr Y. V. World Uraou. u.
Weather prophets have mors homo
competition than honor.
I am sure Piso's Cure for Consumption saved
my life three years ago. Mas. Thos. Rodbins
Maple Street Norwich. N. Y. Feb. 17. 1600.
It Is better to patch up a quarrel to-
day than face It tomorrow.
Mr. Wlaalow's Soothing- rlyrrip.
For children teetblnn iofleni the Kiirot reduce h
amnnihUuq Uaf pain. c;;.a wtad colic rc . txiiu
A snob Is a man with money who
would be a slob if he didn't have it.
USE THE FAMOUS
Red Cross Ball Blue. LarKe 8-oz. packape S
cents. The Kuss Company South llend Ind
A woman is always grateful to the
man who gives her a chance to refuse
Many a girl Is wearing a solitaire
diamond because she bought and paid
TO TI RE A COI.n IS ONE DAT
Take Luja'.lve Bromo Wulrdne Tablet. AU driiir-
refund the in.mej if it !!! to cure. E. W.
Uruve't giKnaiure t ou each box. ttc.
An old bachelor says but few men
are disappointed In love unless they
HOtuerOray Sweet Powder for Children.
Successfully used by Mother Gray nurse
!n the Children's Horn in New York cure
Constipation Feverishness Bad Stomach
Teething Disorders move and regulate the
Bowels and Destroy Worma. Over 30000
testimonials. At all druggists 25c. Sample
FREE. Address A. S.Olmsted Le Roy.N.Y.
When Day Begins.
The Romans and the ancient Egyp-
tians reckoned the day from midnight
to midnight while the Hebrews
Athenians and others reckoned it
from sunset to sunset. Hipparchus
an astronomer who lived during the
second century beforo Christ reck-
ored the twenty-four hours from mid-
night to midnight.
r..T-SfGroist0Ck- farm implements.
this ityl and
mini others ai
U V ROD. low at Ibis arlca.
pry ' 4i
Iffi I 1 I i I
up at Iwlf -ot th
enormoat bright wt
of one of th larw
mfivtmnti hfre who
U reuriiiK from btisl-
nu. w hicli we navo
rauhlofred thin month
at ih low-tit prf-e
you ever brum of.
A nt tfMlity fT fW
catalog ot evetyituiok
POPE MERC. CO.
fiO.OOO CO CAP.
SUft ft. Firhta t-t
T. LOl IM MO.
1 km tbtm ba r:UbkK"
DEGGS' BLOOD P0RIFIEB
CURES catarrh cf tho stomach.
An Extensive Lcborttory.
To supply this remedy to the whole
world taxes to the utmost one of the
best laboratories in the United States.
A Ward Prm Australia.
Walter H. Woodward Bomadler
Royal Australian . Artillery Hobart
"I suffered for several years with a
distressing condition of the head and
throat caused by continual colds.
"My head and nostrils were stopped
np most of t'ie time and there was a
discharge and my sense of smell was
"After two weeks use of Peruna I
found this condition quite changed and
so I continued to use this remarkable
medicine for over a month.
"I am very glad to say that at the end
of that time I was curd and felt in
flno health generally and am pleased
to give Peruna my honest endorse-mont."
Le! Common Sense Beeide
Do you honestly believe t&at coffee sold loose (in bulk) exposed
Thi hM made LION COFFEE the ItAuUl OF All PACKAGE WITEES.
Millions of American Homes welcome LION COFFEE daily.
There is no stronger proof of merit than continued and increas-
ing popularity. "Quality survives all opposition."
(Sold only in 1 lb. packages. Lion-head on every package.)
(Save your Lion-heada for valuable premiums.)
SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE
COTTON GINNING MACHINERY
We Make the Best.
We Make the Largest Line in the World.
We have more well pleased and VP' customers than all other
makers combined became they are making' money. You know the
MUNGER PRATT EAGLE W1NSHIP and SMITH goods.
We make them. Write us for prices and catalogue.
CONTINENTAL GIN COMPANY DALLAS TEXAS
ttraud New AurtmBt at Keer4
PLOWS down to - - - $2.05
CULTIVATORS down to - - 2.29
WIRE NAILS mixed 100 Ibt 1.55
FELT ROOFING Rolls .65
SEED SOWERS - .83
HEW PEf;SiO:i LAWS E22
lJiljrtO K4TH AN BK'KKiKUbVU f &U
IE WORLD OVER.
Prince Jonah Kalanianaolo delegate
in Congress from Hawaii writes from
Washington D. C as follows :
"I can cheerfully recommend your
Peruna as a very effective remedy for
cough s colds and catarrhal trouble."
A Cubaa Mlalster.
Senor Qucsada Cuban Minister to the
TJnited States writes from Washington
D. C as follows :
"Pernna I can recommend as a very
good medicine. It is an excellent
strengthening tonic and is also an
efficacious cure for tho almost universal
complaint of catarrh." Gonzalo Do
From All Quarter ol the Qhbe
We have on file thousands of testi-
monials like those given above. We can
give our readers only a slight glimpse
of the vast number of grateful letters
Dr. Hartman is constantly receiving
from all quarters of the globe in behalf
of his famous catarrh remedy Peruna.
to duat germs and insects passing
through many hands (some of
them not over-clean) "blended"
you don't know how or by whom
is fit for your use 1 Of course you
ts another story. The green
berries selected by ' keen
lodges at the plantation are
skillfully roasted at our fac-
tories where precautions you
would not dream of ere taken
to secure perfect cleanliness
flavor strength and uniformity.
From the time the coffee leaves
the factory no hand touches it till
tt ts opened tn your kitchen.
WOOLSON SPICE CO. Toledo Ohio.
f Oft 1.
Nf) Highest grade Eatey
&U 13 tU Mam A Haiiihn. Stort
C'lurii Kimball ChloaKO Cottage slightly uwtL
suaramced like new; ipenial jUf'scriuUoua imd
prices tor the asking-. Write to-duyT
JENKINS' MUSIC HOUSE KANSAS CITY KX
t W'beu writing mention ttiis paper.
PATFNTS that protect
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