Chandler Daily Publicist. (Chandler, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 138, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 10, 1904 Page: 3 of 8
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Condemn* Top Hat*.
The London Medicol Pros* thus Is-
*ucs a call fer heroes: “The top hat
Is ugly, unhygienic and embarrassing.
Its sole claim to support is the ap-
pearance of respectability It gives. If
only a few medical baronets would
drive to their consultations In Pana-
mas and cloth caps they would break
the tyranny of habit over health and
comeliness, and at the same time earn
the undying gratitude of their Uumb
COULDN'T LIFT TEN POUNDS.
Doan's Kidney Pill* Brought Strength
and Health to the Sufferer, Mak-
ing Him Feel Twenty--ive
.ft- .'.m; wH’^nninTTT'"^vanrwr.
J. B. Corton.
Deppe, N C.,
says: "1 suffer-
ed for yea, 4
with my back.
It was so bad
that 1 coulu not
walk auy dis-
tance uor even
ride In easy
buggy. I do
not believe 1 could have raised ten
pounds of weight from the g.*ouud, the
pain wls so severe. This was my con-
dition when l began using Doan's Kid-
ney Hills. They quickly relieved me
and now I am never troubled as l
was. My back is strong and I can
walk or ride a long distance and feel
Just as strong as I did twenty five
years ago. 1 think so rnuen of Doan’s
Kidney Pills that i have given a sup-
ply of the remedy to some of my
neighbors and they have also found
good results. If you can sift anything
from this rambling note that will be
of any service to you, or to any one
suffering from kidney trouble, you are
at liberty to do so.”
A TRIAL FREE—Address I'oster-
Mllbum Co., Bu^alo, N. Y. For sale
by all dealers: price, 60 cts.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
Bears the / «
Signature / A W
Corn Planting in Argentina.
Aside from lack of cultivation, the
principal mistake of the Argentine
corn grower is his unwillingness to
give his plants room enough to grow
and get air and sunshine to mature
end ripen, says Frank W. Hicknell in
a report to the United States Depart-
ment of Agriculture. As previously
stated, most of the corn is planted
with a machine attached to the plow,
and the rows are generally about 20
inches apart—simpiy drilled in, re-
sembling very much a field of fodder
corn in this country. A few of the
farmers are learning better, and per-
haps 100 American corn planters have
But no check
and there is so
It Will Stay There.
“In my family medicine chest no
remedy is permitted to remain unless
it proves beyond doubt the best to bo
obtained for its particular purpose.
"For treating all manner of skin
troubles, such as Eczema, Tetter,
Ringworm, etc.. Hunt’s Cure has held
its place for many years. 1 have fail-
ed to find a surer remedy. It cures
R. M- Swann,
60c per box.
Smallest Monarchy on Earth.
The sovereign who reigns over the
smallest monarchy In the world is the
king of Cocos, d group of islands near
Sumatra. Theso islands were dis-
covered about 300 years ago by tho
captain of the Keeling, but were com-
paratively little known till 1825. When
Mr. Ross, an Englishman, visited them
he was struck by their beauty and
tr^ok up his abode there. It is his
'p-andson, George Ross, who now
holds sv. ay over the Cocos.
AVcpciaUe lYeparationtor As-
tiiif, UviSbmadts andUowis of
Uf ' ' v$A \y©i
I Mrs. Elizabeth H. Thompson,!
of Lillydaie, N.Y., Grand Worthy
Wise Templar, and Member of
W.C.T.U., tells how she -recov-
ered by the use of Lydia E.
Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound.
* Dear Mrs. Pinkiiam : — I am ono
of the many of your grateful friends
who ha^e boon cured through tho uso
of Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable
Compound, and who can to-dey
thank you for the fino health I enjoy.
When I was thirty-five years old, I
suffered severe backache and frequent
bearing-down pains; in fact, ,1 had
womb trouble I was very anxious to
get well, and reading of the cures your
Compound had made, I decided to try
it. 1 took only six bottles,but it bnilt mo
up andcured me entirely of my troubles.
“ My family and relatives were
naturally os gratified as I was. My
niece had heart trouble and nervous
prostration, and was considered incur-
able. She took your Vegetable Com-
pound and it cured her in a short time,
ind she became well and strong, and
home to her great joy and her hus-
barfd’s delight was blessed with a baby.
I know of a number of others who
have been cured of different kinds of
female trouble, and am satisfied that
your Compound is the best medicine
for sick women.”—Mrs. Elizabuth II.
Thompson, Box 105, Lillydaie, N.Y.—
Opium.Morphine nor Mineral.
Not N Ait c otic.
been sold in Argentina,
rowers were seen,
little cultivating corn two ways that
it is still spoken of as a curious thing
—this “North American checkerboard
plan" of planting corn-—and scarcely
a farmer in the country follows that
plan. The Basques, the most indus-
trious and successful class of Span-
iards. go In for better methods. The
Catalans, from tho Province of Cata-
lonia, Spain, are also engaged in corn
growing in the Province of Buenos
Ayres. In somo sections, notably to
the southwest of the city of Buenos
Ayres, where some of the best corn
farming is done, it is noticeable that
the better the farming, the more ex-
perienced and successful the farmers,
the wider apart the rows arc, and
occasionally a field is cultivated both
ways. The rows in the better culti-
vated sections are from -4 to 30 inches
apart, and the plants in tho rows
about 20 to 24 inches apart. Corn is
hardly ever planted farther apart than
this, and the greater part, in fact nine-
tenths, is in rows 20 to 22 inches
apart, and the plants no farther apart
la the rows and generally much closer
The Argentine Department of Agri-
culture has tried to teach the farmers
the benefits of planting farther apart,
hut they are hard to convince. Men
have been sent around in various sec-
tions saying to farmers: “Give us a
hectare of land and we will plant it
and cultivate it the way we think it
should be done; we will bear all the
expense and you may have all the
crop." These experiments have al-
ways resulted in producing twice as
much, or more than twice as much, as
the farmer raised alongside in the old
way, because tho corn was given
plenty of room and was well culti-
vated. But the ignorant farmers have
uot always been convinced. When
asked how they were going to plant
next year, some of them said they
intended to go on as before. When
asked why, and if they had not seen
' For Over
A perfect Remedy forConslipn-
Hon, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea
ness and Loss OF Sussi’.
Facsimile Sigrudure of
WITH THE RUSSIAN TROOPS.
Home at the World’* Fair.
D c. Kolp, ex-Chicf Clerk o( Iowa House ot
Representatives, is manager Hotel Alta Vista,
near Agricultural entrance and la prepared to
entertain guests with rooms at $1.00 and cots 50
cents. Electric lights, toilet and bath rooms,
cafe. Market street cars direct from Unioa
Station. Highest and coolest point around St.
Louis. Official mafts of Fair and other informa-
Uou scut un application. Make reservations now.
Soldier Writes of Amusing Adven-
tures in Manchuria.
Letters published in ltusslan news-
papers from soldiers in Manchuria
five some vivid pictures of life in
the Russian ranks. A private .named
Veruinan writes from Port Arthur:
"Two Poles, Catholics from Warsaw,
got white all over when the yellow-
faces began to shoot. Our Jew, Yanko,
fold them amulets made of leather
of a dead man’s boot to keep off the
Jap shells. Thank God, we orthodox
believers are not afraid of shells. The
Poles asked Yanko why he did not
wear a charm himself, but ho put
choir money in his pocket and said,
'This is charm enough for me.’ There
are hundreds of fellows hero trying to
do us soldiers, but one fellow got left
badly by Yanko. Yanko had a 10-
ruble note which he said the ‘Makaki’
(Japanese) forged; he bought it for
a ruble at Harbin and kept it as a
curiosity. A rcan tried to sell him
a gold ring made of brass for a ruble
and Yanko pretended not to know
the difference and paid him with the
Jap note, getting nine rubles change.
Next day the man came back and ask-
ed for his money, but Yanko threat-
ened to get him flogged for trying to
swindle poor ignorant soldiers, and
we all laughed. Afterward lanko ex-
changed the gold ring with the ma-
jor’s cook for a bottle of vodka and
treated ns all, which is quite decent,
considering he is a Jew.”
Automobile Fishing Boats.
Fishermen on the Lake of Neuchatel
are using automobile boats. They are
driven by a benzino motor and light
ed by electricity. They are flat-bot-
temed, glide noiselessly over tho
water, do not frighten the fish and arc
a great success.
Don’t you know that Defiance
Starch, besides being absolutely super-
ior to any other, is put up 1G ounces
In package and sells at same price as
12-ounce packages of other kinds?
Needs Them In His Business.
If the man you are with is less than
45 years old. and you ask him for a
dyspepsia tablet, he will generally taka
a lit tie bottle out of his pocket and
mechanically give you one.—Somer
5i Ci&ar better Quality than most 10* Cidars
svpiiUed by they: .tuani' at- hyoct it oil: imuli i’LewUI’ Factory, Feorto, III-
EDUCjtTl OM ML
To Exterminate Tuberculosis.
Norwegian experts believe that by
the establishment of sanatoriums con-
taining each about twenty persons il
will bo possible to exterminate tuber-
culosis in time, just ns leprosy, once
sc prevalent In their country, was
Seldom Take a Bath.
The Merionethshire (Wales) offlcei
of health, says the quarrymen seldom,
If ever, bathe themselves all over. In
feet, this was a weakness in the dis
trict, and there are thousands ol
grown-up people In Festiniog who had
Ll’WuM II UNIVtKhITY,
Joint Property of the two Methodism «.
Inten Is to bo thorough in scholarship
end helnful and religious in spirit.
Ten Head Professors the majority of
whe/n have faugh*- in Bitch univcraitiefl
Northwestern. Vanderbilt, Aim Arbor,
Chicago, Columbia, 1 eland Stanford, de-
vote their entire time to the college of
liberal arts Full corpfl of instructors m
Academy and Music. Elocution and Art.
Large cauipuH of fifty two acres beauti-
fully wituoted. Modern buildings. Physi
cal. Chemical and Biological Laboratories.
The tirht session begins September T, 19u4.
President It. R. McSwain, Oklahcfre, Old*.
00TT0N GINNING MACHINERY
If you want any, write us.
We are the leaders. We make the
the good results of the
methods, they have replied: “Oh, that
was just luck; you couldn’t do it
again.” Until recently corn was sim-
ply sown broadcast, by hand, covered:
in some primitive fashion, and nothing
more done with it until it was gath-
ered in the fall. Even now much of
this is being done in some parts,
though not in the districts where
corn grows best.
BUKGER, EAGLE, SMITH, PRATT AND WINSHIP
Same Idea Variously Expressed.
It is curious to trace how similai
ideas have taken root in different lan
guages and the various modes of il
lastrating the same thought. To take
for instance, one or two familial
proverbs in our language. We say
)“A bird in the hand is worth tw-o in
the hush.” The same idea is express
cd by Italians when they say, “Bet
ter an egg to-day than a pullet to
morrow,” and the French proverb if
■still more significant, “One her?-it-is
'is better than two you-shall-have-lts.'
Hundreds of dealers say the extra
quantity and superior quality of De-
fiance Starch is fast taking place of
all other brands. Others say they can-
not sell auy other starch.
Catalogue and prices furnished on application.
We furnish everything needed in a modern Gin Outfit,
The Medical Department of Port Worth I'nl-
versltj will begin Us eleventh nnnual Res dun
ou October .1.11*04. Oldest Independent medical
school in the state. A four-year graded course.
Large and able faculty. Abundant oof cliuical
material Every facility afforded student* pro-
paring for State Medlc.il Hoard examinations.
Ln'isua! advantage* offered to members of
the graduiitlng class. For catalogue or Infor-
mation add n'-«* FRANK GRAY. M. i>.. lean.
Loom 4<ii Wheat Building. L-rt Worth. Toxas.
There are words in the Chinese lan-
guage which have as many as forty
(/ Woe S3.50 & S3 SHOES M
$5.00 and $4.00 Custom Bench Work in au
ItiSr the High Graoe Leathers.
■ \ $2.50 Police. Three Soles. $2.50 and
uii-d \ $2.00 Workingmen s, best in the world.
\ $2.50, $2.00 and $1.75 Boy3, for
\ Dress and School VJear.
*\V •* - \ w. I.. Doiiglan iimken anil Bella more men’*
7 ' 'fall 1 93.50 uiul Sid.00 bIi m-h limn nny other manu-
i v J* J \ farturcr In tlio tvorlil. The reaton they are
Ay* y I tlie crr.TtuNt <4fllurs in, they me made of tho l*eal
mQSiwPl I leathers, hold their shape, fit better, wear longer,
n I and have more value than uny other shoes.
I I \V. L. Douglas guarantees their value by stamp-
.>*• I f Ing his name and prico on the bottom. Look for
*• - J . is dei levs
jfWp/ “AS COOD AS $7.00 SHOES.”
\ $77 '' Heretofore’ I hnua been wearing $7.00
\ t -.. •/ shet.-. I purchased a pair of W. L. houjgtns
-SA\ V’ -ftpe SS.So shoes, which I haua worn every day for
y ——four months. They are so satisfactory t do noi
intend to return to the more expensive shoes.**
IVM. GRJIY KNOWLES, Jisst. City Solicitor, Phtta.
pen rtetan / I'll, In fha Afcn'a Shoo fs eh ions of tho World,
Vi. I,, rinmrla. w-on Corona Colt,kin In I Seed for Catalog giving lull la~
hi- $t:t 50-horn. Corona Colt In conreili-il rtruction* trout to order bg mall.
to lie i hr ttneat Patent l.raihrr tna<le. I V. L. Douglas, Brockton, Mas*.
The ePar.ut as a Field Crop.
The peanut is assuming every year
more and more importance as a field
crop. Its natural home seems to bo
lu tho southern part of the temperate
zone, but it grows far north when
properly cultivated. It is successfully
cultivated as far north as the Great
Lakes. We are not sure that this will
not yet become one of the successful
field crops of tho sandy regions of the
middle west. Wo have been treated
to so many surprises as to the adapta-
bility of plants to large areas of coun-
try that little in this line now sur-
prises us. if the peanut can be grown
in largo quantities on our very sandy
land, it will prove to be a great boon
to our agriculturists. Belonging to
the leguminosae it has roots that car-
ry nodules in which live the bacteria
that gather nitrogen from the air.
The edible portion of the nut is there-
fore very rich in nitrogen. An analy-
sis of the edible portion shows it to
contain, in per cents, water, 9.2; pro-
tein, 25.8; fat, 38.6; carbohydrate,
24.4, and ash, 2. The protein content
is therefore iremarkably high, and
makes the nut very good food when
it is ground to increase its digestibil-
ity. It is an improver of the soil, us
are all the legumes. There is no daiy
ger of growing too many peanuts, as
the surplus can always be used as
food for swine. One man declares
that the peanut can be grow-n in ev-
ery state in the Union and even In
Southern Canada, and asserts that it
is now being grown as far north as
the lower peninsula of Michigan. If
for any reason a crop of peanuts
should fail to ripen, it would add nitro-
gen to the soil by being plowed un-
WET WEATHER. WI5D0M!
\ jVO5) THE original I32
- , A SLICKER
\ K# &LACK OR YELLOW
T %W1 KEEP YOU m
NOTHING ELSE WILL
Leprosy in India.
India Is the great leper country ol
the world. Here there existed in 1902
over 250,000 cases of this frigbtfu/
Much Tea Drunk In Japan.
Tea-drinking is a constant occupa-
tion for a Tibetan. In every tent and
in every house the tea-kettle is al-
ways on tho fire. Tho laws of hos-
pitality bind all to present tea to
their guests, and every Tibetan car-
ries with her a wooden bowl of
Himalayan maple by way of a tea
M rli eEj I
.jo Book »r.. n
Wife Drove Pests Away.
A Yorkshire man whose poor rela-
tions pestered him continually, mar-
ried the worst scold in the county in
ordet to have a guardian who would
protect him from the Importunate
legacy hunters. The venomous and
incessant vituperation of the womar
I ad the desired effect.
I do not believe Plso’s Cure for Consumption
has an equal for coughs and colds. —Joun F.
Doyeh, Trinity Springs, Iud., Feb. 15, 1900.
TAKE NO SUBSTITUTES
VV^ CATBLOGUra FREE
SHOWING FULL LINE OF GARMENTS AND HATS.
A. J. TOWER CO., BOSTON. MASS., U.S.A.
TOWER CANADIAN CO., LTD., TORONTO. CANADA.
Refreshments in Church.
Family pews were introduced at the
beginning of the seventeenth century.
Somo of these had a table and fire-
place, also curtains and window
blinds, so as to secure tho utmost
privacy. This led to abuses. In
some of tho closed pews card playing
was not uncommon and the tedium ot
n long service was sometimes relieved
by light refreshments.—The Reliquary.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing- Syrnp.
For children teothlnL-. ooftens the gurna, reduce* tn*
Utkimiutium, allays pula.curoa wind colic. ^caIaiIUo.
tr«-Ar* irf T**» t-.vd* irw* on *v""y <"*•«•*•
The Japanese system of letters Is
railed Iroha, from the names of the
first three letters, "i,” ‘To,’’ and ’’ha."
on precisely the same principle as
that which gives to our own system
the title ’alphabet.”
They Always Make Friends.
“Since using one box of Cheatham's
Laxative Tablets we have been
friends. They cured me promptly and
thoroughly of a had case of chilis. Any
one needing *a remedy for malarial
troubles will certainly find them satis-
“They are also convenient to carry
and pleasant to take.”
25c per box.
Uses Aniseed on Dog.
It was found in London that a stolen
dog which failed to identify Its owner
had been dosed with aniseed by the
thief. Aniseed destroys the sense oi
smell temporarily. The dog did no I
recover for two or three days.
Basest ToMaBhRNETT Dallas Texas
ST. LOUIS and CHICAGO
THE FINEST DAY TRAIN IN THE WORLD.
Leaves St. Louis Union Station - - 11 :QO A. H.
Leaves World's Fair Station - - - 1 1:14 A. M.
Arrives Chicago.........7:00 P. 1.
Leaves Chicago........11:03 3. ML
Arrives World’s Fair Station - - 6:49 P. M.
Arrives St. Lcuis Union Station - 7:93 P. M.
TUpani Tabules nro tho host dr**
popsiti medicine e\er made. A
hundred mllllciia ■< tb< l h.-.ye
^K. TU*x burn. *lck headache. dlz7.1ne.«s haj
breath. Here throat, and every U-
nen* arjulnsr fr-'in n d1«-»rderod
!ch are relieved «>r cured by Ulpnn* Tabules.
ftlir penerallv give relief within t won tv min-
The llve-eent package I* en-'Utfb r.»r ordinary
lout*. All drutfclots Bell thcui.
permanently n:rod. Vo htner nervrn*ne*« rvftor
or. senilTiVV^'ltEK 0V.OU trial Lot;, • and tn au-u.
lML 1.. li. Illlsb. Ltd., 831 Arch Street, 1'lilUdBlphlJk, i'4
Silk From Wood Pulp.
Silk Is now manufactured from
wood pulp, and the only difference
between natural silk and the artifi-
cial silk so produced is that the latter
exceeds the former in luster and
takes the dye more readily, affording
more permanent colors.
BLINDNESS AND DEAFNESS
, CURED AT HOME
If you have we:\k cy?r, failing
1® •lKht,grnt .v.!-.toa lids. «oun t ■ •
No Rare Japanese Stamps.
Japan has no very rare postage
stamps. The most over paid for r
specimen was $50.
When a garden can be placed under
rrigation conditions the results will
oe very encouraging, as the crops
can be controlled. Many times, no
Matter in what state of the Union,
crops of lettuce, radishes and other
garden stuff are lost by reason of the
drouth checking growth. A good
many gardeners in tho country are
placing irrigation plants so they can
be effective In Insuring a crop. This
Is proving both pleasant and profit
Dealers say that as soon as a cus-,
tomer tries Defiance Starch it is im-
possible to sell them any other cold
water starch. It can be used cold or
* Successfully Prosecutes Claims.
Late Prluflpal Examiner I’ S Pena'on Bureau.
Jr» m civil war, 15a^judicaUu^claini8, ally unc*>
Bride Kept Long From Mother.
When a Chinese girl marries she
must wait four months before eti-
quette allows her to pay her first visit
tc her mother.
or of lh« Kyt>
The "Bird In ths Hand.”
He Is no wise man that will quit a
certainty for an uncertainty.—Samuel
lu.tllutu, Suita Hit. Ouu Follow a
W.N.U.—Oklahoma City—No. 3G, 1904
W.N.U.—Oklahoma City—No. 35. 1904
CURBS catarrh ot Hie stomach-
The man that follows mixed farm-
ing can grow crops and feed them on
his own farm, thus sending off tho
farm only the things t’ at tal a least
«f the fertility.
To cure, or money refunded by your merchant, so why not try it? Price 50c
' in" i s
State Military Institute.
A High Grade Prepara-
tory Military School
Under Government Sup-
Only militory achool In both TerrttorUej thoroufthuoM la •rnrrLhlnfl
■ low, 1'iukwnicl Btu<t**nt« receive kpeciMl ellenlloni high Mtannerd of
etudy nnd amreU, firm wnd wholeeoine discipline; cbnreoler bulldlaff
cos.l ined with Intellectiinl treiniiiK. «rn»y offluer. sreduiue of We#»
1’oint. detntled t>j war dep trdueet luodereie ni|>SUh«, WeijiuM Sept. 01
ap|ilicstlon blank and illuatrated catalogue uddreu
!•;. IIUNN, Suprtriiileutlniit, Okluhomu City, Oklahoma.
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