The Press-Democrat. (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 41, Ed. 1 Friday, July 11, 1902 Page: 3 of 8
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is because made by an entirely differ-
ent process. Defiance Starch is unlike
any other, better ami one-third more
for 1C eeuts.
It'b usually the man who shakes the
tree who gets the least fruit.
DON'T SPOIL YOUR CI.OTREB.
Use Reil Cross Ball Blue and keep thfiB
white as snow. All grocers. 5c. a package
Even the high liver may be in low
Nothing so effectually cures a man
of the flattery habit as marriage.
Round Trip Homeseekers' Excursions
to the West.
The Great Northern Hallway soils
homeseekers' tickets to Manitoba.
Montana, Washington and all points in
the West, on first and third Tuesdays
of July, August, September and Octo-
ber, at rate of about one fare for the
round trip. Information from all ticket
agents, or F. I. Whitney, G. P. & T. A.,
DR. J. C. BROWN, mc.ic.L.n
Wichita, Kiwis. Eye, Ear, None ie Throat.
Woman's way to health. Home
treatment. Send for ft-.- booklet.
84U Bee Building. Omaha, Neb.
IICYCLES SI2.50. OEM INT. Morcan
BIOIULLO 0!£iJU, & Wright Tire*
HKST Kgril'MKNTS Thr. UKhmit Hilpped
with [>rl\ IW'tfi- of examination "ii receipt of Jl.uu.
Your inouey bark If Jou are dis-HtUlled.
ti. M. I.ITS* N CO.,
Uefer to anv Dank.
fpt) SlPRAINS£ BRUISES
BJulIOIl/li waMiiiiimoii, ■ .<-.
■^Successfully Prosecutes Claims.
n Late Principal Hx&mtner U S Pension Bureau.
V 3 jri m civil war, IS adjudicating i-iiluii , iittj aiuce.
IE WANT YOUR TRADE
You can buy of us at whole-
sale prices and save money.
Our 1,000-page catalogue tells
the story. We will send it upon
rcceipt of 15 cents. Your neighbors
trade with us—why not you ?
CHIC A CO
The house that tells the truth.
He who hunts for wild flowers nay
well go to the ponds and rivers. They
offer floral tribute, the v* ater lily, be
loved of all the world, the blue spikes
of the pickerel weed, the water plaa-
j tain, the yellow water buttercup
j white water crowfoot, and the greater
! bladderwort or popweed. while along
the margins in marshy land the
horned bladderwort wastes its frag
ranee.—Country Life in America.
Her Theatrical Ancestry.
In the McCullum stock company,
which is playing at the Jefferson the-
ater, Portland, Me., is a little miss of
7 years. Fanny Dorothy Davenport.
She is a grand daughter of E. L. Da-
venport, a niece of Fanny Davenport
and a daughter of Harry and Alice
Shepperd Davenport. She made her
first appearance on the stage in
"Miles Aroon." She is the pet of the
Nordica Punches the Bag.
Mme. Nordica, the opera singer, is
mistress of the ungentle art of punch
ing a bag. This is a daily exercise
with her, as she considers that it gives
opportunity for all necessary muscular
training and subjection of adipose
tissue. The punching bag is a com-
promise. She desired to learn box-
ing, but it was pointed out to her that
an accidental blow on the neck or
chest, even with soft gloves, might
wreck her vocal career.
Bullock Has Ingrowing Horns.
A. K. Blundell of Wavyanui, New
Zealand, lias the skull of a bullock
which has a curious ingrowth of the
horns. The left horn penetrates four
and a half inches into the head
through a hole two and one-fourth
inches in diameter; the right horn
just indents the skull. The animal
escaped from the Maoris and joined
wild cattle on the ranges. It was
found by surveyors so weak that it
had to be shot.
MARKETS CORRECTED DAILY
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Choice Prairi <•
K< it is
WHEAT—No 2 Hard 1
St. l.otiU Live S
ST< >(' K EI S \ FEEDEltS
!.U) (<t % S X)
Frozen Meat Causes Dycpepsia.
Frozen meat, whtch has been eaten
extensively in Dirban, Smith Africa
Elnre the ar. Is held responsible for
the dvspeppla prevailing In that town
(tt $ 8 on
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•" v- Kith I OO trial bvC .• mul tn-at .
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Sensible girls are seldom in the prize
76lv ■ beauty class.
' .lust when a girl thinks she is mar
j rying happily all her relations shed
the United States Treasury
Women Also Rccom*1
ti A L VK.VH >N
Wichita (ir ln.
Defiance Starch is guaranteed l ig-
., ,f ! est uni1 hest or money refunded. 10
,u * j ounces, 10 cents. Try it now.
vil is a bles
Open High Ijow Ttxlny V'day
; 1'robably a necessary
sing in disguise.
! A golden opportunity doesu'talways
GOOD IIOrSEKI KPI RS
Use the best That's wb\ they buy Hod
Cross Bull Bluo. At loadinggrocers, •>ceuU
j I* lattery consists of having your
( secret opinion of yourself expressed in
[ the language of others.
Micliittt Live Stoci
H()(iS. .. .
not >1) TO PRIME
NTOCKE :s r.IEDE
TEXAS FED STEEKs
come high but we must have
Some people live
j some live oil the la
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LATEST NEWS IN BRIEF,
Mexico has rcfus
The number of imir
at New York from Jan.
this year is 310,711.
Col. Ilumbre, of the French artillery,
has invented a rifle which will suppress
the flash, sound and smoke.
■ti to make the new
with the I nited
1 to «J une 30 of
The Birthplace of Burns.
Some extensive changes are being
made in the Burns cottage, at Allo-
way, Scotland, where the poet was
born; but assurance is given that the
external appearance will not be in-
jured. and in a way the place will be
made more like what it was in Burns'
day, for an outbuilding erected be-
j tween 1805 and 1819 is to be removed.
There is now an entire electric tram-
; way running past the cottage door.
and a road is being built between
I "auld haunted kirk" and the monu-
Hundreds of dealers say the extra
quantity and superior quality of Defi-
ance Starch is fast taking- place of all
other brands. Others saj- they cannot
sell any other starch.
Refp the rlilor perfectly drr. No
Water cull I en It in nil t n .• M Idle,
out extra wide nod long In the
• kirt. Km* protection at ohnul
der «eatn«. \\ urrantvd w a-
hare them write ,
, for catalogue to
H. n. SAWTtR
k SOU, Sole Hf r ."
—^Ka t Caiabrldfr, Man.
A LAWN SETTEE
and Painted Two CoaU.
THOUSANDS IN USE.
SULVER LUMBER & MFG. CO.
KANSAS CITY. U. 8. A-
It doesn't worry a beekeeper to have 1
Groat Northern Railway sells home- I
seekers' tickets, St. Paul or Minneapo- !
lis, to all points West, including Mon- ,
tana and Washington, on the first and
third Tuesdays of July, August, Sep- '
tember and October, 1902. Rate, one
fare for the round trip. Information 1
from all ticket agents, or F. I. Whit- 1
ney, G. P. & T. A., St. Paul.
A Simple Life-Saver.
It is not generally known that when
a person falls into the water a com*
mon felt hat may be used as a life-
preserver, and by placing the hat 1
upon the water, rim down, with the
arm round it, pressing it slightly to
tne breast, it will bear a man up for
The Troy and Montreal express was
j derailed near Bennington, Vt., July 2,
and 25 persons were injured.
New .Jersey realizes more than
82,000,000 yearly from the trusts which
I take out charters in that state.
The German-Atlantic Cable com-
pany is to lay another cable between
Germany and the United States.
The mill of the Peerless Plush com-
j pany of Patterson, N. J., has been
destroyed by fire. Loss SI50,000.
Cape Town has had a big- fire in the I
heart of the city, destroying- several i
large business houses at a great loss.
On the morning of July the Kan- j
City Journal published particulars of |
about 40 celebration casualties in that I
Steamships from English ports are
now crowded with Americans, most of
whom went to witness the coronation
The good will of a business cannot
be taxed under the Indiana law, ac-
cording to a decision of the state su-
The day of American Independence
was duly celebrated in all the capitals
of Europe, b}* Americans, including
President Roosevelt said positively
that he would not interfere with any
personal interests in any state where
there are sensational contests this
Hall'd Catarrh Care
Is n constitutional cure. Price, 75c.
The airship inventor is usually a
Dealers say this is a backward season
Piso's Cure for Consumption Ir an Infallible
Betllfinefor oou^'hs ami colds. N. W. Sam una*.
Ocean lirofo, N. J., Feb. 17, 1UU0.
In real estate transactions deeds
speak louder than words.
The chronic borrower, like a pood
photographer, is an expert retoucher.
Stops the Cough unci
Works Off the Cold
Laxative B ron* o Quinine Tablets. Price
In the stock market the man who is
"on" hopes soon to be well off.
A man seldom exhibits his temper
until after he loses it
Mr*. WliiAlow'a Soothing Syrnp
F<>r i liliiircn teething, soften* the tniina. reduce* in-
BAmmaUua, ailaypaln cureawlnd colic* 85o a bottle.
Many of the flights of genius
from a high bluff downward.
If a married man would know him- |
self he should get his wife to introduce
Wanted (joofl. I n
• soil our line of High <
NONE ISETTCH < '
PULLY BACKEDBY0UR GUARANTEE
A5H YOUR DEALER
PR EE fAJALOC'JEai OfOABrt^ T5 AND HAT3
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 & $3^50 SHOES IS
\V. L. Douglas shoes are the stan-
dard of the world. This is the reason
\V. L. Douglas makes and sells more
men's $3.00 and $3.50 shoes than any
other two manufacturers.
W. L. DOUCLAS $4 SHOES
CANNOT BE EXCELLED.
JS&. ll,l0:t,S20!l°::oTi.. S2.:U0,0e0
Best imported and American leathers. Hey I'3
Patent Calf, Enamel, Box Calf Calf, Vici Kid, Corona
Colt, Nat. Kangaroo. Fust Color F.y<l«*tM used.
Caution ! *®nulne have W. L. DOUGLAS'
* nam* and price stamped on bottom.
Shoet by mail, 25c. extra. Illui. Catalog free.
W. L. DOUGLAS, BROCKTON, MASS.
Vast Extent of the Seas.
It has been computed by seographers
that if the sea were emptied of its
water and all the rivers of the earth
were to pour their present floods imto
the vacant space, allowing nothing for
evaporation, 40,000 years would be re-
quired to bring the water of the ocean
up to its present level.
Russell Sage and Charity.
About once in so often there bobs
up a rumor that Russell Sage has
made a will in which the bequests to
charity and philanthropy are so great
as to place the name of Sage in the
same gallery of fame with those of
Peter Cooper, George Peabody and
other great benefactors of the human
race. The rumor was on duty again
last week in New York, but the aged
capitalist refused to discuss it. Mrs.
Sage, however, was less reticent and
said: "There is absolutely no truth
in the report.'
Saved the Daby.
New Providence, Iowa, July 7th.—
Little Helen Moon, the three-year-
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. V.
Moon of this place, had a narrow es-
cape from death.
Her mother noticed she semed to
be very clumsy and complained when
she was rocked. Her limbs and faoe
were bloated badly.
A doctor was summoned but she
got no better. He said she had Kid
ney Trouble in the worst form.
Two other doctors were called in
and they agreed that there was very
little, if any, hope. She was bloated
all over, her eyes being completely
closed and her abdomen bloated un-
til it was purple.
They bought six boxes of Dodd's
Kidney Pills and she commenced to
improve at once. She had used nine
boxes before the Dropsy was all gone.
The treatment was continued and
now she is as well as ever.
Dodd's Kidney Pills certainly saved
the little one's life.
Many a man fails because he would
rather make money quickly than hon-
^ ou never hear any one complain
about "Defiance Starch." There is
none to equal it in quality and quan-
tity, 16 ounces. 10 cents. Try it now
and save your money.
The plant of the Capcwell Horse
Nail Co. at Hartford, Ct., is entirely
destroyed by tire with an estimated
loss of between three and four hundred
A census bureau report says that
thcrV is $189,108,'.'04 invested in Un-
packing industry in this country. The
value of the products in 1000 reach a
total of $783,562,433.
According- to a recent act of congress
rural carriers are not prohibited from
doing an express business provided it
does not interfere with the perform
ance of their official duties.
(Jeneral Greeley, of the signal service
has gone to Alaska to st* .-rvi.se the
work of building the government tele-
graph from Valez to Eagle City.
There is no insurance on King Ed-
w.v.*d s life carried by American com-
John M. Burk, an old New York
merchant, has given $4,000,000, the in-
come of which is to be used to assist
worthy men or women of that city who
become wholly or partly unable to sup-
port themselves, by reason of sickness
The St. Louis police commissioners
have taken action to prevent the pro
posed prize fight there between Cor-
bett and Sullivan.
Duties on imports amounting to $10."),.
500,126 have been paid into the customs
at New York city during the past year.
The largest yearly receipts of any pre-
vious year was $12,000,000 less.
The president has signed the act
amending existing legislation to pro-
hibit the passage of special or local
l«vs in the territories to limit the ter-
ritorial indebtedness, etc.
The state timber inspector of Colora-
do reports that the forest fire near
!)urango lias burned over twenty-five
square miles and is still spreading.
There is another Are near Payosa and
5,000 acres of valuable timber is burned
at the headwaters of the Ilueferno
There is no insurance on King Ed-
ward's life carried by American coin-
General Cronje, the Ff ->er commander,
took the oath of allegiance at James-
town, St. IIele --
Paints, etc.. direct to the Threshing
and Farming Trade on a salary or com-
mission Reply with reference and state
territory wanted, and experience.
The Industrial Oil & Supply Co.,
The tongue is a pump used to induce
a How of conversation.
It is so monotonous to be poor. You
never have any change.
WIIEN YOUR (iROCKR SAYS
he dors not have Defiance Starch, you
may be sure he is afraid to keep it un-
til his stock of 12oz. packages are sold.
Defiance Starch is not only better than
any Cold Water Starch, but contains
16 oz. to the package and sells for
same money as 12 oz. brands.
Set your mind on the eggs of pleas-
ure and you will hatch remorse.
A board of health sign won't keep
the wolf from the door.
Homeseekers' Tickcts to the West.
Homeseekers can buy excursion tick-
ets via the Great Northern Railway to
points in Manitoba, Montana, Wash-
ington and the West, at about one fare
for the round trip, on first and third
Tuesdays of July, August, September
and October. Tickets and information
from all Railway Ticket Agents, or F.
I. Whitney, G. P. & T. A., St. Paul.
The proprietor of a fruit stand
should never get mixed in his dates.
When a man contracts expensive
habits his income neetls expanding.
A Great Piece of Railroad Work.
With the completion of work on
the western division, the Chicago,
i-arlington and Quincy Railway Com-
pany will have practically a new dou-
ble track main line through the State
of Iowa. For several years an enor-
mous work has been going on and
millions of dollars have been expend-
ed in reducing grades, taking out
curves, building double track and put-
ting in new steel bridges.
It is usually tomorrow that all re-
markable things are expected to hap-
U ise is the individual who is sensible
of his own follies.
OF AOYANTAOK TO TRAVELERS.
The Missouri Pacific Railway has on
sale through railroad and steamship
tickcts to all parts of the United States
and the world.
We are agents for all the principal
Trans-At lan tic and Trans-Pacific
Steamship Companies. We invite in-
quiries, both written and verbal, from
those desiring information about rail-
road and steamship tickets and rates.
Deposits received for prepaid steam-
ship and railroad tickets from all
points in Europe
Two trains daily from Wichita for
Kansas tity and St. Louis, carrying
Pullman Sleepers and free reclining
chair cars. Connections made at these
points for New York, Roston, Phila-
delphia. Baltimore and all points east.
For full information, time tables, sail-
ing lists, Resort books, and railroad
and steamship literature, call on or
I. R.SII ER WIN,p. AT. A.
MissBlamhGrey, 174 Alabama street.
Memphis. T -nn., .a kociety woman of
"To a society woman whose ner-
vous force is often taxed to the utmost |
from lack of rest and irregular meals I
know of nothing which is of s«> much
benefit as Peruna. 1 took it a few
months ;:go when 1 felt my strength
giving away, ami it soon made itself
manifest in giving me new strength
ami health.'' Miss Blanch Grey.
Mrs N.Schneider, V400Thirty seventh
Place, Chicago, 111., writes:
"After taking several remedies with-
out result. 1 began last year to take
your valuable remedy, Peruna. 1 was
a complete w reck. Mad palpitation of
the heart, cold hands and f -« t, female
weakness, no appetite, trembling, sink-
ing feeling nearU all tii«' time. You said
1 w as sutTeritig from systemic catarrh,
and 1 believe that 1 received your help
in the nick of time. 1 followed your
directions carefully and can say to day
that I am well again. 1 cannot thank
you enough for my cure."'
Peruna cur* s catarrh wherever locat-
ed. Peruna is not a guess nor an experi-
ment—it is an absolute scientific cer-
tainty. Peruna has no subst itutes no
rivals. Insist upon having Peruna.
A free honk written by Dr. Hartmr.n
tin the subject of catarrh in its differ-
ent phases ai d stages, will he sent
free to an\ a Idress hy the Peruna
Medicine Co., Columbus, Ohio.
Catarrh is a systemic disease curable
only by systemic treatment. A rem-
edy that cures catarrh must aim directly
at the depressed nerve centers. This is
what Peruna does.
If you do not derive prompt and satis-
factory results from the use of Peruna,
write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a
full statement of your ease and he will
be pleased to give you his valuable ad-
r Address Dr. llartmant Pesident of
The liartman Sanitarium, Columbus, < >.
Dr. Lleweliya Jordan.
I )K. LLEWELLYN JORDAN, Medi-
■ ' < al Examiner of the l\ S Treas-
ury Department, graduate of Columbia
« < . and who -ervod three years at
U est Point, has the following to say of
*'Allow me to express my gratitude
to you for the benefit derived from
your wonderful remedy. One short
month has brought forth a vast change
and / now consider myself a well man
after months of suffering. l:ello\v
sufferers, Peruna will cure you."
Peruna immediately invigorates the
nerve centers which give vitality to the
mucous membranes. Then catarrh dis-
appears. Then catarrh is permanently
Complaint , Colic, Cramps. Cholera,
Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Flux, Heartburn,
Sick Headache, Swellings, Sore Muscles,
Poisonous P.ites and Stings. Etc., use
MORLEY'S WONDERFUL EIGHT.
PRICE 2 5 CENTS.
Sul.D IIY Al.l. I>lt
I hereby certify that my wife
was cured of a very bad case of Flux
by the use of Mouiky's Wonderful
Eight, the great, Pain-Killer. J. c. (JOIN.
13. llicKh, M. I).. WltncM. Surrounded Hill Arlc
One large dose of Moki.ky s Wonderful Eiohi
cured my mare of Lock-Jaw. It was a won
derful cure and no farmer can afford to
be without "Wonderful Eight," the
best Pain-Killer on earth
E. H. Hardin, West,Tex.
There are but two kinds of
starch. Defiance Starch, which
is the best starch made and—the
rest. Other starches contain chemicals,
which work h rm to the clothes,
rot them and cause them to
break. Defiance is absolute
ly pure. It is guaranteed
perfectly satisfactory or money
back. The proof is in the doing
and Defiance does. 16 ounces for 10
cents. Your grocer sells il
MANl'FACTt'KI D BY
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I L write to N.\ I IIA N
; ( I'lCKHiKl), Washington, |>. C., thr-v
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O. p. A T. A.,
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