Davenport Leader (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 21, 1905 Page: 9 of 10
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FELT HATS AT SUMMER RESORT
Rough, With Shaply Cut Edges, and
Worn With Veils
Felt hats have found many warm
admirers in Newport Lenox and otner
resorts. They are somewhat rough
in finish with sharply cut edges and
come in pale shades of red, blue,
green and cream. Newport women
are draping ve'ls of a rather gleam-
ing kind of chiffon about the hat brims
and massing the stuff in loops at the
back to fall over the hair. This is
an approved French fashion. It would
seem the fashion makers in Paris
have fallen in love with the veil, for
they are draping it on almost all their
advance fall milinery. The Misses
Mills, as they whirled down Bellevue
avenue in an auto a few days ago,
wore blue and white muslin gowns
and blue ft It liat3 trimmed with elabo-
rate blue veils. They must have
brought them home from Europe. Al-
though felt hats and muslin seem in-
compatible, the hats are thin and
light in weight, and the effect is not
so startling as might be expected.—
New York Sun.
Could Get No Rest.
Freeborn, Minn., Sept. 18th (Spe-
cial)—Mr. R. E. Goward, a well-known
man here is rejoicing in the relief
from suffering he has obtained
through using Dodd's Kidney Pills.
His experience is well worth repeat-
ing, as it should point the road to
health to many anotjier in a similar
"I had an aggravating case of Kid-
ney Trouble," says Mr. Goward, "that
gave me no rest day or night but using
a few boxes of Dodd's Kidney Pills put
new life in me and I feel like a new
"I am happy to state I have receiv-
ed great and wonderful benefit from
Dodd's Kidney Pills. I would heartily
recommend all sufferers from Kidney
Trouble to give Dodd's Kidney Pills a
fair trial as I have every reason to
believe it would never be regretted."
Dodd's Kidney Pills make you feel
like a new man or woman because
they cure the Kidneys. Cured kid-
neys mean pure blood and pure blood
means bounding health and energy in
every part of the body.
All Saints' church, Sheffield, has
the largest Bible class in Great Brit-
ain. The average attendance i?
BARROOMS IN THE BIG HOTELS
If You Should.
If you should have a Burn, a Bruise, a
Pain or Ache,
No nauseous, noxious nostrums should
If you should have a Sprain, a Cut, a
Bite or Stirg,
Don't get alarmed and take just any-
But use the King of Cures for just
Its name is Hunt's Lightning Oil.
There is a professor in France who
owns a collection of 920 human heads,
repres«nting every known race of
FOR COW OWNERS
The mechanical Cream Separator lias
become a vital feature of every home
dairy just as of every butter factory.
Its use means much more and much
better cream and butter, as well aa
saving of water, ice, time and room.
The difference in results is not small
but big. Few cows now pay without a
separator. Dairying is the most profit-
able kind of farming with one.
93# of the creamery butter of the
world is now made with De Laval
machines, and there are over 500,COO
farm users besides.
Send for catalogue and name of nearest
The De Uval Separator Co.
Randolph A Ctnai Sis
74 Cortland! Street
Arc Being Driven From the Field by
the Boudoir Buffet.
The magnificent hotel 'barrooms,
which were a feature of Broadway life
a decade ago, are being driven from
the field by the boudoir buffet. Old-
time hotels like the St. Nicholas, the
New York, the Metropolitan, the Mor-
ton house, Union Square, Coleman
and others that made New York bar-
rooms something to talk about a few
years ago almost have gone out of ex-
istence. Barkeepers and mixers of I
special drinks that made them famous |
either have gone to another sphere or
into other business, and there are
none to take their places. To cite the
most conspicuous example the famous
elliptical bar in the Hoffman house,
which Edward S. Stokes made" the
talk of two continents, has been taken
away. The collection of expensive
paintings, so famous that a special
view hour each morning was appoint-
ed for women, has been dispersed.
What was once the most magnificent
barroom in the world in now a very
commonplace cafe in comparison with
the more modern New York hotels. I
There is a small barroom in another
part of the hotel which bears .about
the same relation to the sumptuous |
Stokes menage as a pushcart- does
to a pony carriage. This is true of all
the big hotels. The waiter and small
table have put the barkeeper out of
business. In many of the new boudoir
bars if a customer steps up to the
small bar and orders a drink he is
asked to take a seat at one of the ta-
bles and a waiter will carry the drink
to him. This usually involves a tip to
the waiter that approximates one-halt
the price of the drink. The old-time
barkeeper complains bitterly at the in-
novation of the foreign waiter in the
barroom or cafe.
Lullaby, lullaby, lullaby life
Hush thee to sleep, to sleep.
Why should you long lor the struggle and
Stay here and mourn and weep.
When you may sink in my arms and
Pillow your head on the earth's gentle
Lullaby, lullaby, lullaby life,
Lullaby, lullaby, lullaby life,
Close your weariful eyes.
Why should you linger in care and ii.
I'ndcr these sorrowful skies
Come to my arms and win quiet and
Let all your troubles and fretfu iess
Lullaby, lullaby, lullaby life.
Lullaby, lullab.', lullaby life,
Briefly yon spangled sun gleams.
Why should you love all this fanciful
Chasing the phantom of dreams?
Flee from the quest of but vanishing
Come and He down in the arms of the
Lullaby, lullaby, lullaby life.
—Chl tgiJ Chroniclt.
Go Barehead to Church.
The custom of going bareheaded,
which New York women have exten-
sively adopted this summer, has
spread even to the churches. At serv-
ices which are held week evenings a
large contingent of women attend
without hats. "I hope the custom will
extend to the theaters this winter,"
said a West Side man. "Then women
will not have to hold their hats In
their laps. I always feel sorry for
women when they take off their hats
In the theater. Their hair is usually
disarranged, and taking care of a hat
all evening is a nuisance. A woman
tever looks prettier than with a scarf
of lace or chiffon thrown over her
head, and it is no trouble to take care
of that. Women wear them in Lon-
don and why shouldn't they in New
A Sound Indorsement.
The home team having been inglori
ously beaten when It had victory prac
tically in its grasp, the disgruntled
resident of Mosquito Summit, N. J.,
"I'm just getting dead sore on base-
ball because it is so Infernally uncer-
"Yes," coincided his little nephew,
who was on a visit from Boston, "base-
ball, looked at from any point of view,
ts certainly a fluctuating quantity."
VOL havc, IT'S
It 1« sold umler on ■VHSOI.UTE tiUARANTEK, ami if you are not
rill-oil your drti|(i;l"t will refund your money. M d« in
regular mid tustelesu forms, fcold by all ill uBRists for
50 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
You will will And n larje number of Imitations which the mRnufac-
turers claim aro the tame us OX I DINE. We caution you against
such statements. There is only oneOXIPlNE Hiid we are the sole
manufacturers. These Imitators are merely t rying to sell their cheap
imitations on the strength of Oxidino's record.
$1000 in goild
AND COST Of ANALYSIS will be (if id lo anq |>ersoo who can find a
tr#ce of Arsenic, Strychnine, Korphine, or any other poisonous or
injurioiis drugs in
Paiton-Worsham Drug Co.
DALLAS, TEXAS and MEMPHIS, TENN-
In getting beautiful anil harmonious tints
on your walls with
Wriio for sample card of liandsomo
tints. Tell us just what work you have to
do, andseohow we can help you iu getting
beautiful cffccts. Alabastine is not a dis-
ease breeding hot or cold water gluekalso-
mine, not a covering stuck on w!*iji pasto
like wall paper, but a uatural ccment
roclc baso coating. Anyone can apply
it. Mix with cold water. Alabastine docs
not rub or scale. Destroys disease germs
and vermin. No washing of wails after
c neff applied. Buy only in packages prop-
erly labeled. "Hints on Decorating" and
pretty wall and coiling design free.
Grand RapkJs, Mich. New York City.
W. L. Douglas
*3= & $3'5? S H O E S ®
W. L. Douglas $4.GO Cilt Edge Line
cannot be equalled at any price.
troubled with ills peculiar to
their sex, used as a douche i« niarvelously «uc-
stops discharges, heals inflammation aod local |
uoreness, cures leuconLosa aud nasal .
Paxtine is in powder form to be dissolved in pure
water, and is far more cleansing, healing, germicidal
JUid economical than liquid antiseptics tor all
TOILF.T AND WOMEN'S SPECIAL USES
For sale at druggists, 50 cents a box,
T rial Box and Book of instructions Free.
Tmc it, Paxton Company Bobtoh Masi,
BTE7ETC IF YOU ARE AN AGENT,
0 Bv. 5u Cm " ^0" have evi-r cuiivsism d tor
anything or it you want to Ret
(JO U U mln a paying occupation
^ ICCE «-nd mo your adrticss and ti -c
tamp for postage, und 1 v. ill
PD ETC -end you one of mv beautiful,
fllT Efcunbn ukublo MAGNETIC COM.iS
FREE l>y return mall. This comli
makes beautiful fluffy huh', removes dandruff
and cures scalp ailments. Send to-day.
LYONS MFG. CO., 334 Day St., I'ekln, III.
When Answering Advertisements
Kindly Mention This Paper.
111 July C, 1876.
" W.L.DOWUAS MAKES AND SELLS
MORE MEN'S $3.bU SHOES THAN
ANY OTHER MANUFACTURER.
<M H flfin REWARD to anyone who ran
HmUjUUU disprove this statement.
W. L. Douglas $3.80 shoes have by tlielr ex-
cellent style, easy fitting, und superior wearing
qualities* achieved the largest fale of uny $3.50
^:ioe In the world. They are Just as good as
t lose that cost you $5.00 to $7.00— the only
itierence is the price. If I could lake you into
iy factory at Brockton. Mass., the largest In
.*13 world under one roof irakirg men's fine
: hoes, end show vou the care villi which every
ralr ot Douglas shoes is made, you would realize
vhy W. L. Douglas $3.50 shoes are the best
thoes produce J in the world.
If I could show you the dilference between the
shoes maJe in mv factory and those of other
makes, you would understand why l)ot:< la.i
53.50 shoes cost more to make, w hy they hold
:he!r shape, fit better, wear longer, ar.d are ol
reater intrinsic value than any other $3.50
t lioc on the market to-day.
W. Hnifrjias Strong Matte Shoos for
Man, $2.50, S2.UO. Boyn' School A
Drcs* Shooa,$2.6(J, $2, $1.7S,$1.RQ
CAUTION.—I naist upon having W.L.Doug-
las shoes. Take no substitute. None genuine
without his name ami priee stamped on bottom.
WANTK1). A shoe dealer in every town where
W. Ij. Douglas Shoes aro not. sold. «<Ftill lino ol
samples stmt free for inspection upon request.
to at Color Eyelets used; they will not wear brntty.
Write for Illustrated Catalog of Fall Ktyles.
IV. JL. DOUGLAS. Brockton. Muss.
I' AN'i hi) —tor ttim U. 8. Arm?, ablo-bodle-J
)) unmarried men, between og<*s of 21 anl
15 e t\zens of (>nited Siaies, of good character
«nd temperate habits, who can ppeak, rood an i
t\ rits English. For information applr tu iio-
tru ting Officer, Postolliee building, Oklahoma
City, Ok la . or Tulsa, I ad. Ter.. Enid Shaw
aen or (iutnr'.e. Okla.
W.N.U.—Oklahoma City—No. 38, 1906
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In time, rtoid by dmitfgUtt.
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