The Marshall Tribune. (Marshall, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 10, Ed. 1 Friday, July 1, 1904 Page: 2 of 12
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W. A. KELLET.
NEW STATE NEWS.
Up to date, the Couth McAlester
l>aso ball team has defeated all op-
The federal government has been
Asked to open a permanent road be«
tween Nowata and Bartlesville.
Bartlesville has let a contract for a
school building to cost $17,230. and
it is to be ready for occupancy by
January 1, 1905.
Buyers are paying from sixty-five
to seventh-five cents a bushel for
potatoes at Shawnee. The local
acreage is more than one-half of what
it was last year, and the yield is
Capitalists from Colorado Springs,
Col., are sinking an oil well at Chand-
ler and leasing large tracts of land in
I he contract for tbe new govern-
ment building at Guthrie was award-
ed to Robert Bulke of Hastings, Neb.,
whose bid of $09,500 was the lowest
George W. Bingham and W. D. Fos-
sett were selected to represent the
territories on the republican com-
mittee which is to formally notify
Theodore Roosevelt of his nomination
for the presidency.
< aptain Prank Frantz, who assumes
control of the Indian agency July 1st,
has selected Ret Millard, formerly as^
distant postmaster at Oklahoma City,
as his chief clerk.
The elevator owned by the Can-
adian County Mill and Elevator com-
pany burned at El Reno last week.
The loss is estimated at $5,000, par-
tially insured. A large quantity of
oats and wheat was burned.
Luke Dearin, a lineman in the em-
ploy of the South McAlester-Eufaula
Telephone company, fell forty feet
from a pole and sustained injuries
which are considered fatal.
While crawling through a barbed
Wire fence, near Mangum, during a
thunder shower, George \V. Mulinax,
an old settler, was severely shocked
by lightning. He was thought for a
time to be in a serious condition, but
it is now believed he will recover.
Mr. Hahn, territorial cattle inspec-
tor, states that the cattlemen of
Woodward and adjoining counties
have been given until July 25 to com-
plete the dipping of all cattle in the
infected district, to rid cattle of
mange. The sheriff of each county
has charge of the dipping station.
Ed Escue was tried before the com-
missioner at Chickasha on the charge
of assault with intent to kill Whittle
McFadden, colored, at Womack. He
was discharged on tire complaint, and
fined $25 for assault and battery.
John Brown was bound over to ap-
pear before the circuit court in South
-McAlester this fall on a charge of
having killed William McCoy in a fist
light. The amount of his bond was
placed at $2,000. No autopsy was
held over the remains of McCoy.
The ninth annual session of the
Greer county normal ins ! is to be
held at Olustee beginning July 18 and
closing August 13. The two last
days will be examination davs.
John Dolan, a soldier stationed at
Fort Reno, committed suicide by
shooting himself through the heart.
The gold of grace does not came
from the greed of gold.
I am suPiso's Cure for Consumption saved
my lifo three years ago.—Mas. Thos. Koiiuins,
Maple Street, Nomvich, N. V., Feb. 17, 11)00.
It's no use praying for your debtors
if you won't pay your debts.
WHY HOT WEATHER MAKES WOMEN NERVOUS,
No chromos or cheap premiums, but
a. better quality and one-third more
of Defiance Starch for the same price !
of other starches.
W. M. Scott of the department cf
agriculture is making experiments at |
Fort Valely, Ga., to find something te j
stop "brown rot" in peaches.
This Will Interest Mothers.
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for Ciiil- I
Aron, used by Mother Gray, n nurso In
Children's Home, Now York, Cure Fever-
ishncss. Bad Stomach, Teething Disorders,
move and regulate the bowels and destroy i
Worms. Sold by all Druggists, 25c. Sample
FREE. Address A. S. Olmsted, LeRoy.N. Y.
After repeated failures by the j
United States government to erect ti
lighthouse and fog signal on Outer j
Diamond shoals, off Cape Hatteras, i
Captain A. F. Eells of Boston will ,
make the attempt, assuming all ex-1
There Is None.
"There may be a better remedy for
cuts, burns, sprains, etc., than Hunt's
Lightning Oil, but if so, I have failed
to tind it. Used as directed it is cer-
tainly very flue for catarrh also."
R. V. MORRIS,
25 and 50c bottles.
Suggestions by Dr. Hartman.—How
to Combat the Nervous Depression
Incident to Warm Weather.
A Pertinent Query
"There's just one thing more I wish
to ask," said the visitor at the arse-
"What is it?" inquired the officer.
"Does the twelve-inch gun throw a
How's This ?
^Ve offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any
case f f Catarrh that cannot be curcd by Hall's
V. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, C.
wc, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney
for the last 15 yean, and believe him perfectly hon-
orable In all business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations made by his firm.
WALDiNrt. Kinnan & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Testimonials sent Tree. Price 73 cents per
bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
Green corn on the cob is said to be
a favorite dish with the czar.
A Well Known Canadian Lady Sends
Letter ot Lndorsesnent to Pe-ru-na.
Miss Mary Burns. 28 Spring Garden
Road, Halifax, N. S., writes: "Having
use'd I 'eruna for indigestion and stomach
trouble and to build up a broken down
system with the very host results, I am
pleased to state my experience with this
excellent medicine. 1 had been troubled
with stomach trouble and poor diges-
tion for some years, and although I
tried many remedies and dieting, noth-
ing seemed to restore, my health until I
used Peruna. Iu three months I had
entirely recovered my health and
strength."—Mary Burns. .
Nervousness is very common among
women. This condition is due to
anaemic nerve centers. The nerve cen-
ters are the reservoir for nerve vitality.
These centers become bloodless for the
want of proper nutrition.
This condit ion is especially noticeable
during the warm season. Every sum-
mer an army of invalids are produced as
a direct result of weak nervous systems.
This could easily be overcome by the
use of Peruna. Peruna strikes at the
root of the trouble by correcting the
digestion. Perfect digestion furnishes
increased nutrition for the nerve cen-
ters. Perfectly digested food gives these
reservoirs of life a vitality which cre-
ates strong, steady nerves, and in this
manner fortifies and nourishes life.
Miss Blanche Grey,a prominent young
society woman of Memphis, Tenn.,in a
recent letter from 174 Alabama street,
writes: "To a society woman whose
nervous force is often taxed to the
utmost from lack of rest, and irregular
meals, / know of nothing which is of so
much benefit as Peruna. I took it a
few months ago when 1 felt my strength
giving way, and it soon made itseli
manifest in giving me new strength
and health."—Miss Blanche Urey.
Pe-ru-na Contains No Narcotics.
One reason why Peruna lias found
permanent use in so many homes is that
it contains no narcotic of any kind. Pe-
runa is perfectly harmless. It can be
used an y length of ti me without acquir-
ing a drug bubit. Peruna does not pro-
duce temporary results. It is perma-
nent in its effect.
It has no bad effect upon the system,
and gradually eliminates catarrh by re-
moving the cause of catarrh. There
are a multitude of homes where Peruna
has been used off and on for twenty
years. Such a thing could not be pos-
sible if Peruna contained any drugs of
a narcotic nature.
At this season of the year we are
peculiarly liable to inflammations of the
stomach and bowels. It is the part of
wisdom to learn how to cut them short
and in the easist and quickest manner.
Perun does this by its peculiar power
over all forms of catarrhal troubles. <
J'y- CURED- 27 YEARS ESTABLISHED,
nne TUnauTnu Vm.m cured Jurnlsh their namos on tppllcjtion!
noc TMnouTni) i u un Si 'n"Vnelr namos on application.
DRS. TH0RKT0N & MINQR, ^
A**TKyjc.- ---- —— J
Many of the breakfast foods upon the market are sweetened with gluside, a drug substitute for sueir
The direct interference with the gastric digestion and the assimilation of food caused the French
Government to prohibit its use as a dietetic substitute for sugar. Children love it because it is sweet
hence the danger. In selecting foods for daily use '
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