The Marshall Tribune. (Marshall, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 10, Ed. 1 Friday, July 1, 1904 Page: 3 of 12
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Horses' Only Obligation.
A story that comes from a countrj
region not far from New York concen
n native who was seen stolidly plow
tng a field with a team of weary ant
dejected horses. As they approached
the observer of rural life remarked
sympathetically, that the horsei
"didn't seem to like the work." "Um,1
commented the farmer, briefly, "thej
don't have to like It; they only haw
to do it."—Harper's Weekly.
Problem for Naturalists.
A naturalist has recently pointed
out that in its native forests the hair
of the sloth is green, owing to th«
presence on or even in the hairs of a
microscopic green a'^i. The green
color fades after deatn, as the chloro-
phyll is readily destroyed by sunlight.
The question has arisen as to the de-
sirabllity of restoring tho hair to its
green color in mounted specimens <V
sloths in museums.
The Preacher's Evidence,
Roland, 111., June 27.—Diabetes has
«o long been looked upon as an in-
curable form of kidney disease that
a sure cure for it must rank as one of
the most valuable medical discoveries
of the age. And every day brings
forth fresh evidence that Dodd's Kid-
ney Pills will cure diabetes. Im-
portant evidence in their favor is giv-
en by Rev. Thos. P. Norman, the well-
known Baptist minister here. Mr.
"I had all the symptoms of a bad
case of diabetes and received so much
benefit from the use of Dodd's Kid-
ney Pills that I cheerfully recommend
them to anyone suffering from that
dread disease. Dodd's Kidney Pills
will cure the worst form of diabetes."
Dodd's Kidney Pills always cure
diabetes, one of the final stages of
kidney disease. All the earlier stages
from backache to rheumatism are
naturally much more easily cured by
the same remedy.
The work of creating a new outlet
for the.Hermus was done by Turkish
engineers and Turkish capital. The
new canal was cut through low-lying
plains a distance of twelve miles and
stands as a most creditable monu-
ment to the progress of a country
which has for many centuries been
almost constantly occupied with war,
Fine Note Paper.
It is not a pleasant thought that the
Arilliant white note paper which you!
hand rests upon may have in it the
fibers from the filthy garment of some
Egyptian fellah after it has passed
through all the stages of decay until
it is saved by a rag picker from the
gutter of an Egyptian town; and yet
It is a fact that hundreds of tons of
Egyptian rags are exported every year
into America to supply .our paper
Divers Will Dive Deeper.
The discovery of a London physi-
cian is claimed to have increased the
sate depth for diving and cassion
work from 100 to 200 feet. The sim-
ple remedy is slow restoration of nor-
mal conditions, the evil and fatal re-
sults having been traced to the sud>
den removal of the excessive atmos-
American Goods in Asia Minor.
Articles of American manufacture
which are finding a market in thn
islands of Asia Minor are cotton
goods (sheetings, gray drills, canvas
and calicoes), hardware (carpenters1
tools, locks and nails), timepieces,
cheap jewelry, agricultural imple
ments, machinery and windmills,
sewing machines and various novel
Growth of National Capitol.
When the extension planned for the
ftation's capitol at Washington has
been made, the edifice, including the
works of art which it contains, will
have cost nearly $20,000,000. In 1709
the first building lot on which the cap-
itol stands cost $500. The cornerstone
was laid Sept. 8, 1793, with a speech
by President Washington, a military
procession and a barbecue.
A RIDE IN THE DEEP.
Boston Man Has Devised New Porn
Now there comes a Boston Jules ;
Verne who grimly promises the amute-
ment-loving public a rare "treat" in |
the way of entertainment. In truth, it i
would appear that the most fastidious [
could find no cause for complaint after
trying this thing.
In brief, the affair is a sort of "shoot j
the chutes," except that the car in [
which the victims have paid to ride is |
wholly submerged in the water. Tq
add to the excitement there is no top
to the car boat, the theory being that;
The Submarine Boat.
it will dash through the pond so fast
that the water will not hare time tq
get in on the occupants. The inven-
tor promises to take the first rid© in
the thing if his wife will let him.
CURES WROUGHT BY MUSIC.
Notable Cases Where Sweet Sounda
From the days of Saul and David
music has no doubt been the means oj
alleviating, if not actually curing,
many serious cases of mental disease.
Modern experience has proved this
conclusively, and many instances may
be quoted from ancient history.
Pythagoras commended music in tha
treatment of the insane, and Thales,
when a pestilence ravaged Sparta,
found in music his - most powerful
means of combating it. Henocrates
soothed maniacs by it, and Theophras-
tus held that even the bites of veno^
mous reptiles were rendered less fatal
by subjecting victims to the influence!
When Philip of Spain was in a mor-
bid and desponding condition, Farl-f
neill, the vocalist, was sent for by the
queen, with a party of musicians, to
sing and plav in the adjoining room.
The effect was a speedy and rapid
Both Buckman and Hafeland relate
instances in which music has cured
'•ases of St. Vitus' dance, and Becker
nnd Schneider demonstrated practi-
cally its influence in different cases of
Sir Henry Halford has chronicled
the case of a mad Yorkshireman who
was restored to sanity by the use of
the vini'in six weeks after its introduc-
A First-Aid Motor.
It is a three-wlieeled car, clad in
bulletproof steel. Closed it can travel
at the rate of six miles an hour. When
its wings are opened, as shown in the
picture, it is a miniature steel fort
XYegetaUe Preparation lor As -
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
similating IheFood andRcgula
tittg the Sloinachs andBowete of
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ness and Rest.Contains neither
Opiuni.Morphme nor Mineral.
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Aperff I Remedy forCQ^StipO
Tion, Sour Stomaen, Diarrhoea
ness and Loss of Sleep.
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EXACT COPY OF WRAWER.
TMS OCNTAUn SOMMNY. NCW YORK CITY.
GET A GRASP
ON OUR TRADE. MARK,
GET TO KNOW IT WHEN YOU SEE IT
AND THEN NEVER BUY STARCH WITHOUT IT.
DEFIANCE STARCH IS WITHOUT EQUAL IT IS GOOD.
• T IS BETTER. IT IS THE BEST AND MORE OF IT FOR TEN
CENTS THAN ANY OTHER STARCH.* IT WILL NOT ROT THE
CLOTHES. YOUR GROCER HAS IT OR WILL GET IT (F YOU
ASK FOR IT. „
SATISFACTION OR MONEY _BACK.
The DEFIANCE STARCH CO.,
W.N.U.—Oklahoma City—No. 27, 1904.
catarrh of the stomach.
Best Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. Use
in tirao. gold by drugariats.
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The Marshall Tribune. (Marshall, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 10, Ed. 1 Friday, July 1, 1904, newspaper, July 1, 1904; Marshall, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metapth349666/m1/3/: accessed May 23, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.