The Marshall Tribune. (Marshall, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 2, Ed. 1 Friday, May 5, 1905 Page: 2 of 12
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WANTED HER TO BE PROMPT
Mrs. Johnson Was There With Ui«
Goods, But Tardy
There is a country parish in Eng- j
land where the question of race siu
clde is not worrying anybody. J. K
Dobson, the actor, tells of visiting
the parish church once upon a day,
mid finding week day meeting in ses-
sion. The rector was explaining to
the members of his flock the impor-
tance of having their infants baptized |
early. "A baby's first going out should
be to the church," he said, and he was
glad to say that the parishoner% did
not neglect their duty. One thing,
though, they left undone, which they
ought to do, and he proceeded to call
attention to it. "Next Sabbath morn
ing at 9:30 o'clock, dearly beloved,"
ho said, "I shall celebrate the sacra-
ment of infant baptism. Next Sun-
day at 9:30.
"If Mrs. Johnson is here, will she
please to stand?" he said. A moth-
erly looking woman stood.
"Mrs. Johnson," said the rector, "1
phall celebrate the sacrament of in-
fant baptism next Sunday morning at
half past nine. Noie the hour care-
fully. Last year, and the year before,
you were late."—Washington Post.
W. A. KELLCT.
NEW STATE NEWS.
Guthrie's street cars are expected
to begin running sometime next week.
The big oil well on Osage lot No. CI
has been gauged and shows 3,800 bar-
rels a day.
A citizens' alliance has been formed
at Muskogee to control local labor
While in the field burning brush
with two other children, Virgie, tha
nine-year-old daughter of S. A. Vails,
living near Durant, was fatally
A Great Discovery.
Clayton, Tex., May lst.-r-(Special)
-—That a genuine cure for Diabetes
has been discovered is the opinion of
Mr. J. H. Bailey of this place. Speak-
ing of the matter, Mr. Bailey says:
"I believe Dodd's Kidney Pills is
the best remedy for Diabetes and the
only one that has ever been discover-
ed that will cure Diabetes:
"1 have a genuine case of Diabetes.
I have taken seven boxes of Dodd's
Kidney Pills and am still taking them.
They have helped me so much that I
am now up and able to work some. I
believe that if I had conformed strict-
ly to a Diabetes diet I would now have
been completely cured."
llodd's Kidney Pills have cured hun-
dreds of cases of Diabetes and never
once failed. It is an old saying that
what will cure Diabetes will cure any
form of Kidney Disease and that's
Just exactly what Dodd's Kidney Pills
do. They cure all kidney diseases
from Backache to Bright's Disease.
Queer Cause for Damages
Damages have been awarded in a
London court to an engineer's litter
named Mansfield, who, as the result
of a sudden muscular strain, had sus-
tained an effect ion of the heart which
caused it to emit a musical murmur
loud enough to be heard at some dis-
Double-Tracking the Santa Fe.
It would be a colossal undertaking to
double track the Santa Fe all the way
from Chicago to California and the
Gulf of Mexico.
To seriously suggest it now would
provoke a smile from men who know
the cost of such a project.
Yet it may happen some day, if busi-
ness continues to increase as rapidly
as in the last decade.
This plan of two tracks from the
Great Lakes to Pacific Ocean does not
necessarily imply that the tracks will
,be laid side by side. In many cases
cut-ofl's will lie used, thus saving in
mileage as well as train operation.
Using the term in its restricted
Eense, by (lie end of 1905 the Santa Fe
will have more than 300 miles of dou
bio track in operation. Second tracks
are now being built as follows: To fin-
ish the gap between Chicago and Joli-
ct; between several points in Missouri,
aggregating 40 miles; to complete the
Emporia cut-off; cast, west and south
of Newton, in Kansas, and on both
Bides of Raton Mountain, in Colorado
and New Mexico.
A census of Enid just completed
gives that city a population of 12,480.
The Commercial club has been claim-
ing only 10,000, and the result is very
Kingfisher's fourth annual Chau-
tauqua will be held from June 1 to 11.
Croat preparations are being made to
have this eclipse all previous meet-
United States Marshal Fossett has
announced the arrest at Oklahoma
City of three Chinamen, Ah Quan,
Wah Hop and Wong Gin for violation
of the exclusion laws. They are the
first ever arrested in the territory.
Ninety acre3 of land has recently
been taken into the city of Durant. It
will be made into one and five-acre
The Greer county melon growers'
association, at a meeting held recent-
ly, pledged the members as to the
number of acres each one should plant
to melons the coming season. Four-
teen members agreed they would
plant seventy acres.
Only 204 of Oklahoma's settlers in
1904 were arrivals from foreign coun-
tries, and this was a decrease of
thirty-six as compared with the pre-
vious year. Oklahoma's foundation
is being laid with the best of Ameri-
Thirty-five government schools in
the Cherokee nation may ba unable
to complete the school year, owing to
lack of funds to continue them
through the month of May.
C. F. Smith, a Kaw City hotel man,
will probably accept a job on the
Panama canal work, at a salary of
$200 a month, as a shovel engineer.
The annual meeting of the Oklaho-
ma and Indian Territory Millers' and
Grain Dealers' association will be
held at Enid, May 17-18.
A 2,000,000 cubic feet gas well has
been struck two miles north of Clare-
more. Pipe has been ordered and the
town will be supplied with gas with-
in the next ninety days.
Sometimes no luck is the best sort
Robert Robinson, charged with the
murder of James Hatcher, near Du-
rant in October, 1902, was convicted
of manslaughter at Atoka in the fed-
eral court, and was sentenced to three
years in the penitentiary and lined
Dealers say tnat 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
A superstitious man is one who
imagines that others think as much
pi' him as he thinks of himself.
II. W. Ererson of Cleveland is the
inventor of a new appliance for the
improvement of paddle wheels on
boats. He claims for his invention
that the same speed can be secured
with one-half the power used on old
3tyle wheels. He has made applica-
tion for a patent. This news should
Foul Brea th.
Foul breath is caused by foul stomach
attondod with torpid liver, bitter or bad
taste, furred tongue, loss of, or irregular
appetite, heavy or full bloated feeling in
stomach, "water brash," or sour eructa-
tions of gas, sick or bilious headaches,
disposition to despondency, or "the
blues," irritable temper or' peevishness
and kindred symptoms. Not all of these
symptoms are present in every case.
To tone up and invigorate both stom-
ach and liver and start tho digestive pro-
cesses into healthy action, there is, to say
the least, no superior agent to Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery. It is prepared
without the uso of a particle of alcohol,
from the activo medicinal principles ex-
tracted from the roots of native American
plants, and Is an honestly made, safeined-
Iclno that any one may take without fear
of forming an appetite for stimulants.
Its benefits and cures are lasting and not
simply tho temporary exhilaration some-
times experienced from strong alcoholic
No man is stronger than his stomach,
therefore, when tho stomach is weak it
should be promptly toned up and put In
order to tho end that It may properly di-
gest and prepare for nroper assimilation
the food which otherwise can not
strengthen tho body. You cannot find
a medicine that will do this more promptly
and permanently than "Golden Medical
Discovery." A whole train of bodily ail-
ments result when the stomach becomes
foul, torpid and weak, and, naturally
enough, when the stomach trouble is
cured they, being dependent thereon, dis-
appear; hence it Is that rheumatism,
blotches, pimples, eruptions, scrofulous
sores, kidney affections and various and
diverse appearing maladies yield to the
potent tonic and alterative properties of
the "Golden Medical Discovery." Bear
In mind that tho " Discovery is an ac-
tive, potent medicine and not a beverage
to bo taken for its exhilarating effects.
It is made to cure disease, not to appease
a craving for stimulants.
Don't oe wheedled or over-persuaded
into taking something else which may be
said to be "just as good." Take only
"Golden Medical Discovery" which has
more than a third of a century's record
embracing many thousands of well-at-
tested cures. As it has cured thousands
j it is likely to cure you, if you give It fair
trial for any of tho maladies for which
we recommend it.
Alter Physicians Pail " Discovery " Cures.
Dn. IJ. V. PiEliCE, Buffalo, N. Y.:
Dear Str— About two years aso 1 had an at-
tack of tfrlmiu which left im- in a very weak-
ened condition. My stomach was in bud
shape; could not eat a meal without bellii;
greatly distressed, ana the taking of food
j was frequently followed by.vomitingor loose-
! nes.-t of bowels. Had headache and catarrhal
trouble, llad a physician but he did not help
i mo. After I had been suffering like this for
| some time, a man who bad used Dr. Pierce's
| Golden Medical Discovery, told me about tho
medicine and I procured a bottle of it. I felt
a slight improvement by the time I had used
tiie first bottle, so continued the uso of the
"Discovery" for several weeks until I was
I myself again. It is an excellent prepara-
tion and I am glad to tell how good it Is.
Thomas W. Springer,
511-513 Main Street, Buffalo. N. Y.
(Manager of the Enterprise Millinery.)
flalarial and Liver Trouble Cured.
Dn. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo. N. Y.:
Dear Sit—I was a victim of malaria so com-
I tuon in the Soutii and also had liver trouble,
j Doctored for some time but my condition
continued to grow worso and I began to des-
pair of recovery. Finally Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery was recommended and I
am happy to say that a course of treatment
1 with this remedy was most effectual. I soon
began to improve, appetite returned, my
I complexion l>ec a mo clear and bright, I re-
gained my good spirits and was soon restored
to heal tli. 1 cannot say enough In favor of
your medicine. Yours truly.
Miss Lucii.k Duval,
2C-'j St Charles Ave.. New Orleans. La.
Young married people should read tho
"Common Sense Medical Adviser." Send
to Dr. 11. V. Pierce, Buffalo. N. Y., 21
one-cent stamps, for the book in paper
covers, or 31 stamps for a cloth-bound
ter of good
health, and good health is largely a mat-
ter of healthy activity of the bowels. Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets euro constipa-
tion. They are safe, sure and speedy,
and once taken do not have to be taken
always. One little "Pellet" is a gentle
laxative, and two a mild
cathartic. They never CZ
gripe. Iiy all druggists, i CH ICLDi
Let Common Seise Decide
Do you honestly believe, that coffee sold loose (in bulk), exposed
to dust, germs and insects, passing
through many bands (some of
them not over-clean), "blended,"
you don't know how or by whom,
is fit for your use'? Of course you
is another story. The green
berries, selected by keen
fudges at the plantation, are
skillfully roasted at our fac-
tories, where precautions you
would not dream oS are taken
to secure perfect cleanliness,
flavor,strength and unilorimJy.
From the time the coffee leaves
the factory no hand teaches it till
it is opened in your K itchen.
This lias mndc i.ION COFFF.E the LEADER OF ALL PACKAGE COFFEES.
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-heads for valuable premiums.)
SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE
"SVOOLSON SPICE CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Pitcher Was Still Serviceable.
The Rev. Nathaniel Pitcher of the
North parish and the Rev. Nathaniel
Eells of the South parish, Scituate,
Mass., two celebrated preachers in
their day, were each riding horse-
back, when the former's horse stum-
bled and threw the rider to tho
ground. The latter, upon lifting him
up, exclaimed: "What, is the Pitch-
er broken?" The former quickly re-
torted, "Not so but what it will hold
A woman is never quite happy with
a man who refuses to argue with her.
To Indulge in the things wo can't <
afford is the average man's idea of j
Save $10.- Per Cow
EVERY YEAR OF USE
Over All Gravity Setting Systems
And $3. to $5. Per Cow
Ovsr All Imitating Separators.
Now is the time to make this most
important and profitable of dairy farm
investments. Bend at once for new 1905
catalogue and name of nearest agent.
The De Laval Separator Co.
Randolph & Canal StS.
74 Co/tlandt Sltetl
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