The Marshall Tribune. (Marshall, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 19, Ed. 1 Friday, September 2, 1904 Page: 3 of 12
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A Dual That Never Came Off.
Senator J. C. S. Blackburn is never
fct a loss for a word, and la ready to
talk at a minute's notice. His friends
like to Joke him about his garrulity,
and recently a colleague told this
atory at a dinner at which Senator
Blackburn was to give a toast: "In
his younger days my colleague, Mr.
Blackburn, was very chivalrous. Ask-
ed by a friend to be a second In a
duel, Mr. Blackburn readily consented.
At sunrise the parties met at the ap-
pointed place. It was Mr. Blackburn's
duty to bay the last words about the
terms of the duel. And, gentlemen,"
continued the speaker, "do you know
that duel never took place?"
A murmur of "Why not?" went
around the table.
"For a very simple reason," con-
tinued the speaker. "When Jo; finish-
ed speaking it was too dark for a
Mexico's Water Power.
Of the great abundance of water
power with which Mexico Is supplied,
It la estimated that not more than
250,000 horsepower is being utilized
or is in course of development at the
present time. The potential horse-
power has never been estimated witV
any degree of accuracy.
Kentucky Man's Duty.
Jamboree, Ky., August 29 (Special).
•—After suffering for years with pain
In the back Mr. .T. M. Coleman, a well
known citizen of this place, has found
a complete cure in Dodd's Kidney
Pills. Knowing how general this dis-
ease is all over the country, Mr. Cole-
man feels it is his duty to make his
experience public for the benefit of
"I want to recommond Dodd's Kid-
ney Pills to everybody who has pain
in the back,'' Mr. Coleman says. "I
suffered for years with my back. 1
used Dodd's Kidney Pills and I have
not felt a pain since. My little girl
too complained of her back and she
used about half a box of Dodd's Kid-
ney Pills and she is sound and well."
Backache is Kidney Aclie. Dodd's
Kidney Pills are a sure cure for all
Kidney Aches, including RhPiima-
Professor McKay of Iowa is credit-
ed with the statement that there are
probably not more than ten silos in
Iowa. This is surprising in view cf
the fact that silage Is one of the best
foods in the world for dairy cows.
The maximum feed of silage for dairy
cows Is 40 pounds and an acre ol
good corn will provide the rough feed
for a cow for 750 days. Think of it!
And the cow will eat the entire stalk
of the corn up clean when it is served
to her In the form of silage. It is
surprising to learn that in some of the
states of the Union this great saving
Is ignored. This is especially the ease
in Iowa and Illinois. There are states
in the Union where silos are nuiner
ous, notably Wisconsin and New York.
Professor McKay says that in Iowa
milk is produced as expensively as it
was 20 years ago, in spite of the
steady advance in price of the land
and the consequent necessity of pro-
ducing milk more cheaply. It is safe
to say that if every farm that has
dairy cows on it also had a silo, thous-
ands of the cows that now do not pay
their board would be kept at a profit,
because the feeding of high-priced
feed to poor cowb is one of the surest
ways to lose money. We have advo-
cated the letting go of the poor cows,
but if the farmers are determined to
hold onto them they should at least
stop feeding them a high-priced feed
out of which the cows find it impos
sible to return a profit.
"Wanted, a strong horse to do the
Work of a country minister,' is an ad-
vertisement which appeared in a
f|TQ permanently cured. No fit* or nervousness aftef
■ I I d flret day's use of I r. Kline's Great Nerve Kenton*
er. Send for FKKtS $4.00 trial bottle and treatise.
Da. R. 11. Kxoxb, Ltd., 921 Arch Street, i'hiladu Iphia, Pa
No Rare Japanese Stamps.
Japan has no very rare poslagj
tamp9. The most ever paid for t
specimen was $50.
Many Good—One Best.
"So many Oils and Liniments are
advertised it is hard to decide which
to buy. I tried a number before using
Hunt's Lightning Oil. After u&ing it
once, however, 1 realized I had found
the best there was. and it was useless
to look further. If it fails its 'all off.'
No other liniment will hit the spot if
Hunt's Lightning Oil fails."
C. G. Young,
Okeene, O. T.
25c and 50c bottles.
Continue to Parafflne Cheese.
The Canadians are continuing the
paraffining of cheese in spite of the
fact thRt some of the consumers of
cheeso both in Canada and England
are objecting to it. This course is
advised by the Department of Agri-
culture of the Dominion of Canada.
There are a number of reasons why
paraffining is desirable, one of which
is that the cheese is less easily affect-
ed by the conditions through which
it passes as to molds. A cheese that
has not been paraffined may be placed
where it is exposed to mold and in a
short time the mold will affect it so
seriously that It will be unfit for con-
sumption. There are numerous con-
ditions of this kind that have to be
faced; for the cheese are sent to many
parts of the world and into all sorts
of neighborhoods. The paraffined
cheeses will go into such places and
be unaffected. The molds cannot
pierce the paraffiine, for they find no
food in the medium through which
they must go. Molds do not go through
substances except as they grow
through. If the protecting coat be of
a substance that will not furnish food
for the development of molds, those
minute plants caunot live and thrive.
In the United States paraffining has
been adopted at some of our experi-
ment stations, but we believe has not
been generally adopted in tue fac-
tories where most of our cheese is
Needs Them In His Business.
If the man you are with is less than
15 years old, and you ask him for a '
dyspepsia tablet, he will generally take
a little bottle out of his pocket and !
mechanically give you one— Somep
Capacity of Toads.
The toad Is exceedingly greedy. It
feeds continuously throughout tho
night, and in twenty-four hours con-
sumes a quantity of insect equal to
about feu" iti stomach capacity,
The "bird In the Hand."
He is no wise man that will quit a
certainty for an uncertainty.—Samutf
It Will Stay There.
"In my family medicine chest no
remedy is permitted to remain unless
it proves beyond doubt the best to be
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. I have fail-
ed to find a surer remedy. It cures
R. M. Swaun,
50c per box.
•Joint Propsrt j of the two Methodism «.
Intends to bo thorough in scholarship
and helpful and rollglouj* in spirit.
Ten Head Professors, the majority of
whr/n have tanghl in such universities as
Northwestern, Vanderbilt, Ann Arbor,
Chicago, Columbia, Leland Stanford, de-
vote their entire time to tho college of
liberal arts. Full corps of Instructors in
Academy and Music, Elocution and Art.
Large campus of fifty two acres beauti-
fully situated. Modern buildings. Physi-
cal. Chemical and Biological Laboratories.
The first session begins September T, 1D04.
President It. B. KcSuain, Oklahoma. Okie.
SCHOOL of MEDICINE
The Medical Department of Tort Worth Uni-
versity will begin Its eleventh annual soMlon
(.n Octobers, lii04. Oldest Independent nedleal
school in tbe State. A lour year graded course.
Large and able faculty. Abundance of clinical
material Kvery facility afforded students pre-
paring for State Medical Hoard examinations,
rii'isual advantage.* offored to members of
tbe graduating class. For catalogue or Infor-
mation address FKANR UltAY, M. !>., Dean,
Kooiu toi Wheat building, Fort Worth, Texas.
WET WEATHER. WISDOM!
l ™E OR,GINAL 132
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Goggles for Chickens.
Among the recent inventions which
poultry fanciers find interesting at the
world's fair is a pair of goggles to be
placed on chickens to prevent them
from picking out the eyes of one an-
other. Pugnaciously-inclined birds on
a farm can do a great deal of harm
to the others, and, as a protection
against damage being sustained to
the eyes, it is proposed to equip the
members of the flock with the goggles
Wood Lighter Than Cork.
Only one wood is known which is
lighter than cork. This is the marsh
anoua of Brazil.
N tyf fW
BLACK OR YELLOW
WILL KEEP YOU DRY
NOTHING ELSE WILL
TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE*
. LINE OF GARMENTS AND HATS.
A. J. TOWER CO., BOSTON, MASS., U.S.A.
TOWER CANADIAN CO.. LTD., TORONTO, CANADA.
[Ibisoivra Washington, D.C.
"Successfully Prosecutes Claims.
Late Principal Ex&miner U.S. Pension Bureau.
3 yrs in civil war, 15 adjudicating claims, atty siuca
Oklahoma State Military Institute.
A High Grade Prepara-
tory Military School
Under Government Sup-
Only military tchool In both Tarritorios; thoroughness in everything.
!ow. backward Kludentt receive xpncial uttunlion; high ataudurd of
study nnd moral*, firm *nd whoiuwome discipline; charaoter building
combined with intellectual training; army officer, graduate of Wes".
Point, detailed bj war department moderate eipenee, begins Sep*. 7/01
epplication blank md illuatrnted catalogue address
K. DUNN, Superintendent, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
5$Ci&ar better Quality than most 10? Ctears1
vjppUed by their jcfcbM.' ur iLrcc'. ilum Il'rauk f Lewis' factory, JL'eorla, LU-
W. L. DOUGLAS
Best Kind of Scrub Cloth.
Nothing makes a better scrub cloth
than old stockings or socks. When
too far gone to mend cut them open,
lay two seams together and run by
hand or machine till you have mada
a square. Cut off all loose endi.
The;' are excellent also for use with
mop-handle, taking up the water thon
oughly and with little exertion.
Salting of butter Is a practice that
,'s very old and until recently has
been very popular. in fact our peo-
ple have come to believe that butter
without salt is of little value. Yet in
Europe unsalted butter is being used
to such an extent that salted butter
[3 looked upon with suspicion. It is
said that salt is put in to disguise the
bad qualities. That of course is not
30 where the salting of butter is ex-
\ 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 07
Bride Kept Long From Mother.
When a Chinese girl marries nh«
must wait four months before eti-
duette allows her to pay her first visi?
ti her mother,
People easily take cold when a cold
iraft of air is allowed to blow over a
sweaty surface, that is, a surface that
Is both warm and moist. The over-
rated horse must receive attention
is soon as his hard exercise is at an
sod. It may seem a hardship to
blanket him when he is already hot,
but this will be a kindness end will
prevent other sufferlntt. ns tt will per-
mit him to cool off gradually.
$3.50 & $3 SHOES meii
5.00 and $4.00 Custom Bench Work in ali
the High Grade Leathers.
$2.50 Police, Three Soles. $2.50 ano
$2.00 workwomen's, be8t in the world.
$2.50, $2.00' and $1.75 Boys, for
Dress and School Wear.
W. Tj. Douglas makes and pHlsmoremrn'ii
93>50 and 83.OO shoos than any other manu-
facturer in the world. The reason they are
the greatest sellers is, they are made of the best
leathers, hold their shape,fit better, wear longer,
and liavo more value than any other shoes.
\V. L. Douglas guarantees tlieir value by stamp-
ing his name and price on the bottom. Look for
it — take no substitute. Sold by shoe dealers
everywhere. Fast Color Eyelets used exclusively.
"AS GOOD AS $7.00 SHOES."
Heretofore I have been wearing $7.00
shoes. I purchased, a pair of W. L. Douglas
.AO shoes, which I have worn every day for
four months. They are so satisfactory t do not
Intend to return to the more expensive shoes."
WM. GRAY KNOWLES, Asst. City Solicitor, Phlla.
Brockton Lea dm tho Mon'a Shoo Fashion* of tho World.
Vt. J,. Dnuirla* ukcs Corona Coltskln in I Send for Catalog giving full In-
hi* $8.50 dimes. Corona Colt I* ronrerif (1 structions how to order by mail.
to be the fluent Patent Leather made. I W. 1. Douglas, Brockton, Mass.
ripans Tabule' are the bf t dy
Sepsta medicine ever made. A
undred millions of them Uavij
been eold In tlie United States Id
a single year. Constipation, heart-
burn. sick headache, dizziness, l<ad
breath, sore throat., aud every 111-
nei.s arising from a disordered
•tomach are relieved or cured by HI pan# Tabulet
One will cenerally etvc relief w ithin twenty mlu'
utes. Tbe. flve-cent package Is enough for ordinary
occasions. All druggists sell then.
W.N.U.—Oklahoma City—No. 36, 1904
-i* PISCES CURE FOR
CURES WHtRl AIL ELSE [AILS. „ .
Host Cough Syrup. Tastes Uoud. Uw I
BLINDNESS AND DEAFNESS
CURED AT HOME -
If you have weak eyes, falling
•Uht,granulated lids, scums over
the eyes or sore eyee ot any kind*
catarrh or deafness, write full de-
scription of your case aud a trial
treatment will be seat you
free of charge.
This trial treatment is mild and
harmless and lias cured mau v severs
__ cases. Pr. Moore wa* appointed by
two Governors. Chief Eve aad Ear Surgeon to the Mil'
sourlbtite Institution for the Blind, and was alse Pro*
fecsor of the fcye and Eaclutbe American Medio* 10©!'
* re. Cross eyes straightened by ne>
rite to PR. J. HAriVEY MOO?
Cross eyes straightened by new painless method.
te to DR, J. HA&VEY MOOBB. Eye and Eai
I Institute, Suite 39, OcUUfellowa' Bid*., 81.Ijou1 .
BEGGS' BLOOD PURIFIER
CURES catarrh ot the stortiach.
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