The Dover News. (Dover, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 20, 1910 Page: 3 of 4
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OLO SOLDIER WISHES TO HELP LEFT TO A
SUFFERERS FROM KIDNEY, LIV-
ER AND BLADDER TROUBLES
WORSE FATE A TAAIN LOAD OF TOBACCO.
MUNYON'S RHEUMATISM CURE
The Army of
k Growing Smaller EtM7 D*y.
•nly give reliu
Sck kIxUcIu, s.n„ ar«.
shall P1I.l, small dose small pricb
thousands greet special.
Livestock and Dairy Demonstration
Train Finds intense Interest
Altus, Okla.—Between five and six
thousand people greeted the live stock
•j and dairy demonstration train dr in*
its tour through Comanche, Swanson
and Jackson count Us Two-thirds of
the number were interested farmers
and their families, who drove from
miles about to their nearest station to
i be informed by .state and federal ex
pert lecturers on how to raise more
| and better live stock.
At each scheduled stop made hun-
dreds of school children visited the
train in a body and learned things of
I practical value by inspection of live-
i stock and other varied exhibits which
were explained to them by lectures.
At each of the stations the crowds
were po large that depot platforms
were faxed to full capacity, and far-
! mers mounted hox cars at many places
to be able to view the live 9tock and
Bales of Cotton Ginned.
Guthrie, Okla. -The Oklahoma state
j board of agriculture issued a supple-
. mental report of the number of bales
of cotton ginned In the state to Octo-
ber l. They found that there were
ginned to the first of this month 117,-
| 2"#S bales, counting round as half
- ~ ; ''ales. Tills includes 115,6.r>3 square
Wichita Directory jba,rs and 3-2n rou d ^les. Quite a
number of ginners failed to report at
THE BEST MEDICINE
ror coughs 6 Colds
I sm frequently troubled with kidney and
blsdder trouble, especially in the Spring
Fsll. Being an old veteran of the
Civil War, a little exposure or cold settles
on my kidneys, and then I am laid up
with kidney or bladder trouble. Yoar
Swamp-Root waa recommended to me a
number of years ago, and 1 took a number
oi bottles of it and was more than pleased
with the results. I consider Swamp Root
the greatest and best kidney medicine on
the market, and it never fails to give
quick results in kidney trouble, bladder
trouble and lame back
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root has done me
so much good that I feel if any words of
miue will be the means of relieving any
poor sufferers that you are at liberty to
use this letter aa you see fit.
Yours very truly,
GEORGE W. ATOHLEY,
Dfes Moines, la.
State of Iowa )
Polk County f
A. R. Hansen, a retail druggist of this
city, being first duly sworn, deposes and
says, that ho ia well acquainted with
George W. Atchley, who gave the above
testimonial; that said Atchley made and
signed said testimonial in my presence
and that I have sold said Atchley a part
of the Swamp Root referred to in above
testimonial. Affiant further says that
George W. Atchley is a well known citi-
ten of this city and an honorable man
and that it was Mr. Atchley's desire to
give said testimonisl.
A. R. HANSEN,
Subscribed to in my presence and
sworn to before me, this 23rd of March.
E. J. FISK, Notary Public.
Dynsmlter, Himself s Married Men,
Knew Whet Awaited Forgetful
The business man was sitting In his
office, thinking of starting for home,
when a suspicious looking person
came In with a leather bag in his
"If 3'ou don't give me $26," said the
visitor, coining at once to the point,
"I will drop this on the floor."
The business man was cool. "What
Ib in It?" he asked.
"Dynamite," was the brief reply.
"What will It do if you drop It?"
"Blow you up."
"Drop it!" was the Instant com-
mand. "My wife told me when I left
home this morning to be sure aud
send up a bag of flour, and I forgot
It. I guess It will take just about as
much dynamite as you have there to
prepare me for the blowing up I'll get
when she sees me!"
He threw himself back In his chair
and waited for the explosion, but It
did not come.
"I'm a married man myself," said
the dynamiter, and quietly slipped out
The great Mexican Dieh.
easily made wltli Dym'e Chile
Mixture. The Mexican Chile
- ia- . Maker. For sale at your (rro-
cer at 10c and 2ftc, or send lOo for a can and book
of recipes to w. A. DYE. Wichita. Kai. CHILE SUPPLIES.
At B!« Discounts. WRITE TO-DAY
RIBBON8 AND 8UPPLIE8
wichita typewriter exchange
108 8. Lawrence. Wichita. Kama.
the proper time. The n«xt report re-
quired of the ginners will be Novem-
ber 1, at which time they will be ex-
pected to report on the morning of the
BANKERS KNEW THEIR MAN
In His Customary Condition, and No
Further Identification Waa
One day a big city bank received
the following message from one of Its
country correspondents: "Pay $25 to
John Smith, who will call today." The
cashier's curiosity became suspicion
•when a cabman assisted Into the bank
a drunken "fare" who shouted that he
was John Smith and wanted some
money. Two clerks pushed, pulled
and piloted the boisterous individual
Into a private room away from the
eight and hearing of regular depos-
itors. The cashier wired the country
"Man claiming to be John ffmlth Is
here. Highly intoxicated. Shall we
The answer read: "Identification
complete. Pay the money."—Success
Dedicates School Building.
Fairfax, Okla.—The splendid loO.OOO
school building was dedicated with
State Superintendent E. D Cameron
of Guthrie, as speaker. Previous to
the address by Mr. Ca.meron, J. J.
Quarles gave a short review of the
history of the district, telling of the
settlement of Fairfax loss than a year
ago. its rapid transition from a wild
western plain to a splendid modern
town and Its one-room frame building
with a single teacher, to the handsome
building of today, with a superintend-
ent and eleven assistants.
Prove Whst Swamp-Root Will Do For You
j Bend to Dr. Kilmer A Co., Bingham-
ton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. It will
convince anyone. You will also receive
a booklet of valuable information, telling
all about the kidneys and bladder. When
writing be sure and mention this paper.
For sale at all drug stores. Price fifty-
cents and one-dollar.
Election Fraud Trial Begins.
Oklahoma City, Okla.—C. U Butler,
an Oklahoma City precinct election In-
spector, who was recently Indicted on
the charge of committing fraud In the
August 2 primary election, was placed
on trial. County Attorney Reardon
told the Jury that the state would seek
to prove that Butler organized the
board into two divisions, placing him-
self at the head of that division which
counted ballots cast on county candi-
dates. as a result of which certain can-
didates received more votes than the
official returns showed.
su> vK£r°jrjy <VTALI MY
uim JPTZ °e <n&a
TJi£ THAT I CAN'T
if 'CAV&STYUJ&trW Tlirij£
Normal Regents Meet at Edmond.
Edmond, Okla.—The board of state
normal regents, consisting of State
! Superintendent E. D Cameron, State
Treasurer James Menefee, Superln-
| tendent Scott Glenn of Shawnee and
A. S. Wiley of Tahlequah, met here.
N'o announcement of any important
official action was made. Among
others present at the meeting were
President C. W. Rrlles of the East
Central State normal at Ada. and
MoseB Oaskell, athletic director at the
Southwestern State normal at Wea-
The Place of Honor.
Farmer Hodge was of the good, old-
fashioned school, and he always gave
A feast to his hands at harvest time.
It was harvest time and the feast
was about to commence.
Giles was the Oldest hand and'the
ZiOBtess, with beaming cordiality, mo-
tioned him to the seat by her right
hand. But Giles remained silently un-
"Come," said the hostess, "don't be
bashful, Mr. Giles"—he was just Giles
on ordinary occasions—"you've a right
to the place of honor, you know."
Giles deliberated a moment, then
"Thank you kindly, Mrs.
Waurika First C!asf City.
Guthrie, Okla.—The proposition hav-
ing carried by a majority of five votes
| at a special election held at Waurika
| on October 4. Governor Haskell isswd
a proclamation declaring Waurika to
j be a city of the first class.
Three Residences at Altus Burned.
Altus, Okla.—Fire destroyed three
frame residences on North Main street,
two of them belonging to R. A. Chand-
ler. and were occupied by F. C. Rus-
sell and Mr. Pierson. The other be-
longed to Robert Klzralr, who occu-
pied it. The houses were valued at
$1,200 each .with a total of $2,400 in-
surance on the three. Practically all
household effects were saved.
History of Red Cross Seal.
"Charity stamps," first used In
Boston In 1862 for the soldiers' relief
funds during the Civil war, were the
orlglnnl forerunners of the Red Cross
Christmas seal, which will be used
this year to bring happiness and cheer
to millions. The Delaware Anti-Tu-
berculosis society in 1907 for the first
time in America made use of a stamp
for the purpose of getting revenue to
fight consumption. In a hastily or-
ganized campaign of only three weeks
they realized $3,000. The next year.
1908, the American Red Cross con-
ducted the first national tuberculosis
Btamp campaign. From this sale $1.35,-
000 was realized for the anti-tubercu-
losis movement. In 1909, under many
adverse conditions, $250,000 was rea-
lized from these stamps. This year
the slogan of the tuberculosis fighters
and the Red Cross is "A Million for
Tuberculosis From Red Cross Seals
HIS HANDS CRACKED OPEN
"I am a man seventy years old. My
hands were very sore and cracked
open on the lnsldes for over a year
with large sores. They would crack
open and bleed, itch, burn and ache
so that I could not sleep and could do
but little work. They were so bad
that I could not dress myself in the
morning. They would bleed and the
blood dropped on the floor. I called
on two doctors, but they did me no
good. I could get nothing to do any
good till I got the Cuticura Soap and
Cutlcura Ointment. About a year
ago my daughter got a cake of Cutl-
cura Soap and one box of Cutlcura
Ointment and In one week from the
time I began to use them my hands
were all healed up and they have not
been a mite sore since. I would not
be without the Cutlcura Remedies.
"They also cured a bad sore on the
hand of one of my neighbor's children,
and they think very highly of the Cutl-
cura Remedies. John W. Hasty, So. Ef-
fingham, N. H., Mar. 5, and Apr. 11, '09."
Twenty-four Carloads Purchased foi I
Lewis' Single Binder Cigar
What is probably the biggest lot of
*11 fancy grade tobacco held by auy
factory in the United States haa jiwt
been purchaaed by Frank P. Lewis, of
Peoria, for the manufacture of Lewis'
8!ugle Hinder Cigars The lot will
make twenty-four carloads, and la se
lected from what is considered by ex
perts to be the finest crop raised in
many years. The purchase of tobacco
Is sufficient to last the factory more
than two years. An extra price whs
paid for the selection Smokers of
Lewis' Single Binder Cigars will appre-
ciate this tobacco.
—Peuria Star, January 16, 1909.
Popularity of Thala.
"Every other young actress Is call-
ing herself Thais," said Henry E. Dlx-
ey at a dinner at Mauquln's. "Thais
McGlnnis, Thais Endlcott, Thais
Sclunldt—the thing Is universal.
"Universal and ridiculous; for they
who have read Anatole France's story
of 'Thais' know that she was a very
naughty little girl, Indeed. I am quite
sure that no real reader of Thais'
would ever, under any circumstances,
consent to be called such a name.
| "It makes me think of a man who,
, taking his Infant daughter to bo bap
j tlzed, told the clergyman to call her
I " 'But I refuse to call her Venus,'
said the clergyman. Indignantly. 'Ve-
i nus Is the name of a pagan goddess.'
" 'Well, how about your own girl,
j Diana?' said the man."
May Sell 100,000,000 Red Cross Seals.
| Twenty-five million Red Cross
Christmas seals have boon printed
and are being distributed by the Amer-
I lean Red Cross, and arrangements
have been made to print 100,000,000
| If necessary. It is expected that this
number will be needed. While the
| sticker Is perforated like those used
last year, it Is Intended for use only
; as a seal on the back of letters The
i seal Is one Inch square with the con-
ventional Red Cross In the center
! and the words. "Merry Christmas.
! Happy New Year. American Red
I Cross" In a circle about It. The col-
ors are red and green. The design Is
by Mrs. Gulon Thompson, of Water-
bury, Conn., who received $100 as a
prize for her sketch.
More to Be Pitied.
Tramp (to lonely spinster)—Come
Missus, arst yer 'usband If *e ain't
got a pair o' trousers to glvo away.
Spinster (anxious not to expose her
solitude)-—Sorry, my good man, he—
eh—never wears such things.—Punch
OF THE VIRTUE OF
LyriJa E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
What is the use of procrastinating in the face of such
evidence as the following letters represent? If you area
sick woman or know one who is, what sensible reason have
you for not giving Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
pound a trial ? l'or 30 year* we have b 1 n publishing such
testimonial letters as these—thousands of them —they are
genuine and honest, too, every one of them.
"If you refuse me, Miss Glndys, I
shall get a rope and commit sui-
"No, colonel, you must not do
that. Papa said distinctly ho would
not have you hanging about here."
A Biased Opinion.
"Do you thlpk buttermilk will pro-
long one's life, Col. Soaksby?"
"Ahem! I have no doubt, Miss
Plumper, that If a person had to drink
buttermilk every day It would make
life seem longer."
he said, "but if it's all the same to
you, I'd rather sit opposite this pud-
Arapaho Indian a Priest.
Watonga, Okla.—Rev. Sherman
Coolidge, a priest of the Episcopal
Hodge," | church and a full blood Arapaho In-
fSome men expect others to agree
th them even when they don't agree
Can be made of many ordinary
"home" dishes by adding
Ths little booklet, "GOOD
THINGS MADE WITH TOAST-
IES," In pkgs., tells how.
Two dozen or more simple in-
expensive dainties that will delight
"The Memory Lingers"
Poatum Cereal Company, Ltd.,
Battle Oreok, Mioh.
dien, has arrived at the Whirlwind
mission, near Fay, to take charge of
the mission work conducted by his
church among the Indians of that
Sheriff Accepted Birbe.
Anadarko, Okla.—Sheriff Tyre Ba-
ker of Caddo county, was indicted by
the grand Jury here, charged with hav-
ing accepted a bribe from Logan Bil-
lingsley, who It Is alloged conducted a
joint in this city. Baker gave a bond
in the sum of $1,500.
The man who is not thankful for
the lessons he learned In adversity
didn't learn any.
There must be plenty of thankful-
ness In the world if those who have
loved and lost could know just what
they have lost.
"Why are you giving thanks? They
took $10,000 from you in Wall Street
a little while ago, didn't they?"
"Yes; but 1 got out with $20 they
didn't know I had."—Judge.
News to Her.
He—Concerning love, everything
possible has been said and thought.
She (coyly)—But not to me.—Flie-
Laura Jean Libbey, discussing In
Brooklyn her successful appearance
on the stage, said:
"I talk In my monologue about love,
marriage and the other Interests of
the heart. On these subjects women,
especially young women, are strangely
"They really make me think, you
know, of the little girl who was asked
by her teacher:
" 'What can you tell us about Solo-
" 'Solomon,' replied the little girl,
'was very fond of animals.'
" 'And how, my dear,' said the teach
er, 'do you make that out?'
" 'Because,' answered the little girl,
'the Bible says he had 600 porcu-
When Rubbers Become Necessary
And your ahoea pinch, shake into your
shoos Allen's Foot-Ease, the antiseptic
powder for the fen. Cures tired, aching
feet and takes the stint? out of Corns ami
Bunions. Always use It for Breaking in
New shoes and for dancing parties. Sold
everywhere 25c. Sample mailed FREE
Address. Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy N y"
Mrs. 8. J. Harbor says;
""" "V'J t' ■ M
; is the best niedi-
! cine in the world
1 I feel it mv duty
to let others
know the good it
has done tor me.
Three yer. 4 ago
I had a tumor
which the doctor
, , said would have
to be removed by an operation or I
could not live more th.m a \ r,
or two, at most. I wrote Mrs. Pink'.
ham, at Lynn, Mass for advice, an I
took 14 buttles of Lydia I-:. Pink-
ham's Vegetable Compound, a-nl to-
day the tumor is gone and I am a
perfectly well woman. 1 hope my
testimonial will be of benef't t«> oth-
ers."—Mrs. 8. j. 1)aiibeh, Scott,
Mm, E. F. Hayes Hays:
"1 was under the
ment for a fibroid
tumor. I suffered
with pain, sore-
and could not
walk or stand on
my feet any
length of time. \
wrote to Mrs.
Pinkham for ad-
vice, followed her
took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound. To-day I am a well
woman, the tumor was expelled an i
mv whole system strengthened. I
advise all women who are afflicted
with tumors or female troubles to
try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound." — Mrs. E. F. IIayi.s,
18D0 Washington St., Boston, Mass.
For 30 years Lydia K, Piiiklimn's Vegetable
Compound has born tlio standard remedy fop
female ills. No sick woman doe.# justice to
herself who will not try this famous medicine.
Mad* exclusively from roots mui herbs, aud
lias thousands or cures to its credit.
Mrs. Pinkham Invites all sick women
to write her for advice. She lias
guidod thousands to health free of charge.
Address Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn, Mass*
W. L. DOUGLAS
•3 '34° A 'S4 SHOES SH!oBI8
BOYS' SHOES, 2.00 $2.SO AND $3.00.
W.l.Oouglas $3.GO, $3.60 and $4.00 sAoos
aro postilvoly tlio box I mado and mos I non-
ular shoo£ for tho prico in Amor Sea, and aro
tho most (H.onoroiu.!/ ahooa for you to buy•
Do you t lint my •Iiofh have I I lio HlaudHrtl for over
30 y«ars, that I initko and nell more S.'l.oo. S.t.AO and S<-l.no
.a yotl'"r munufaetiiM-r |n ti,.. I.H.. «n.l Mint
LAR i'OK I>OI.I. Alt, I C |t,\ IIANTF.K M Y SIIOI S to liold their
"hapo. l«"k and lit batter,and wear lmig< r I Intii any oilier S3.00,
93.50 or IftJ.OU HhooM you can liny ? Ouullty counts. It Iium
Mrs. George May sayst
'No one knows
what 1 have suf-
fered from fe-
My doctor said
he could not giva
me anything to
!l|cure it. Through
the advice of a
friend I began
to use Lydia E.
Pinkham h Vege-
table Compound, and tho pain soon
disappeared. I continued its use
and am now in perfect health.
i s Vegetable Com-
Lydia E. Pinkham s Vegetable Com-
pound has been a God-send to ma
as 1 believe I should havo been in
my grave if it had not been for Mrs.
Pinkham's advice and Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.'"
-Mrs. (i kor(; k May, 86 4tn A to,
Mrs. W. K. IIoiisli sayst
"1 have been
of a severe fe-
male trouble by
Lydia E. Pink-
want to recom-
mend it to all suf-
-Mrs. W. K.
Housn, 7 East-
Iview Ave., Cia
Because your case is a dilllcult
one, doctors having done you no
good, do not continue to suffer with-
out giving Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg-
etable Compound a trial It surely
has cured many cases of female ills,
such as inflammation, ulceration,dis-
placements. tlbrold tumors, irregu-
larities, periodic pains, backache.eto.
ou Sr.'—-T A OKR "<) >* TI IK VvOIlL i>*
There are' people who would do
great acts; but, because they wait for
great opportunities, life passes, and
the acts of love are not done at all.—
F. W. Robertson.
TO DRIVE OUT MA LA III A
T k« mMP 'FW?.,' I'TIIK SYSTEM
Tli#. formula Is plainly print, d on every liritl,.'
~ It Is Klaiii'v Oiilnlrit- and Iron In a Uste-
ih<,i.Vu' n?u,lrlT',h oul n,: iuiin
Iron hulIds on the system, bold liy all
I'rine Ml ivnl.
showing It I
ill be )il« lifted when you liny my •hoes bccittuie of the lit u..„
anil when It coiiich tline for you to purclm* > another pair, yon will he mo
jde -ed U rantje t he hint one* wore ho well, and gate yon mo much comfort.
CAUTION !n\rarw';"::r'iM1%' '.:K;,;.TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE
l lyy...i with W. !„ noinrl.i. Si write f r Mall Order tiauUoy.
I.. m |iu..A-., II.. Nj 4 rk Street, Urucktou, Mu.i.
It your denier <
"Yes," said Miss Passay, "1 found
a very nice boarding house today, but
the only room they had to offer me
had n folding bed In It, and I detest
"Of course," remarked Miss Pert,
"one can never hope to find a man
under a folding bed."—-Catholic Stand
ard and Times.
) years. Price 60 c
The word "tired" Is much used and
It is never polite to contradict a
girl, except when she Fays she doesn't
want to be kissed, and then It can b<
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Love hltn and keep him for thy
friend, who. when all go away, will |
perish at tho last.—Thomas a Kempls
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Like the Other Kind.
It was In a "down east" village that
the young man met his sweetheart, a
charming country beauty. When he
returned to the city he sent her a Jar
of cold cream to keep her cheeks as , .
fresh as the budding rose. i £dPr^'illiWo^iSffiSKn^Cb.£?(|ii6!«.<14u,rirri«e05nN'.xTHl\ a!!,
On his next visit ho asked her how amwV^loo Ki?pBQoni£S&
she liked his little gift. j PlanolnourOmuha. Nebraska, or&lnjMapoUiitoreb cu b towt
"The taste was very nice," she 55 Big Prizes FREE for Solving This Rebus--55
said, with a rather sickly smile, "but 6 r OUU3 aa
I think that I like the other kind of p* ^ p D ^
cream best, dear."—Llpplncott's. — u ^
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>' ifooa situiu oh cu ti lowurda the purclmio of uiiy i
Boy Dragged to Death.
Gage, Okla—A son of Mr. Fred
Rtuckey, p prominent farmer living
about two juries north of Arnett, the
county seat of this county, mot with
a horrible death. It appears that the
boy, who was about 12 years old, was
leading a mule, when the halter strap
became entangled around his arm, the
mule began to run, dragging him over
the plowed ground until life was ex-
tinct. When found the baek portion
of hi& skull was torn awav.
Organized Ministerial Alliance.
Bartlesville, Okla. -A county ,m!n-
isteria alliance to fight the constitu-
tional amendment or local option bill
1ms been perfected here with the fol-
lowine officers: Rev. Snodgrass,
president; Rev. Dixon, vice president;
Rev. Alexander, treasurer, and Rev.
R. D. Macy, secretary. A campaign
committee was also organized to con-
sist. of the following: Rev. Dlvon, Rev.
Macy, Rev. Charleton, Rev. Fenn of
Dewey, Rev. Kennety of Romana and
Rev. Snodgrass, the latter being .made
president of the committee.
COFFEE WAS IT.
People Slowly Learn the Facts.
"All my life I have been such a
slave to coffee that the very aroma
of it was enough to set my nerves
quivering. I kept gradually losing my
health but I used to say 'Nonsense, it
don't hurt me.'
"Slowly I was forced to admit the
t*\)th and the final result was that my
whole nervous force was shattered.
"My heart became weak and uncer
tain in Its action and that frightened
me. Finally my physician told me,
about a year ago, that I must stop
drinking coffee or I could never ex-
pect to be well again.
"I was In despair, for the very
thought of the medicines I had tried
so many times nauseated me. I
thought of Postum but could hardly
bring myself to give up the coffee.
"Finally I concluded that I owed It
to myself to give Postum a trial. So I
got a package and carefully followed
the directions, and what a delicious,
nourishing, rich drink it was! Do you
know I found It very easy to shift
from coffee to Postum and not mind
the change at all?
"Almost immediately after I made
the change I found myself better, and
as the days went by I kept on improv-
ing. My nerves grew sound and
steady, I slept well and felt strong
and well-balanced all the time.
"Now I am completely cured, with
the old nervousness and sickness all
gone. In every way I am well once
It pays to give up the drink that
acts on some like a poison, for health
Is the greatest fortune one can have.
Read the little book, "The Road to
Wallville," In pkgs. "There's a Rea-
"Mrs. Wadsworth, I am very glad,
indeed, to meet you. But, haven't I
had the honor of being introduced to
you before? What was your name
formerly, If I may ask?"
"My maiden name?"
"No; your name before you were
"How did you know I had been
"Why, hasn't everybody?"
Beautiful Poet C rd Free.
Send 2c stamp for Are samples of our
very best Gold and Silk Finish Birthday,
Flower and Motto Post Cards; beautiful
colors and loveliest designs. Art Post
Card Co., 731 Jackson St.. Topeka, Kan.
The Way It Looked.
Mrs. Benham—How do you like my
Benham—You mean the one with
the mayonnaise dressing?
Uctory, an1 to accomplish I n
of America's greatest lUlng artists .and
"For months I bad great trouble with my
stomach ami used all kinds of medicines.
My tongue has been actually as green as
grass, my breath having a bad odor. Two
weeks ago a friend recommended Cascarets
and after using tliem I can willingly and
cheerfully any that they have entirely
cured me. I therefore let you know that I
shall recommend them to anyone suffer-
ing from such troubles."—Chas. H. Hal-
pern, 114 E. 7th St., New York, N. Y.
Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good,
lio Good. Never Sk'ken, Weaken orGripe.
10c, 25c, 50c. Neve*- sold in bulk. The gen-
uine tablet stamped C C C. UuaranUtod to
cure or your inooey back. 923
Brocm Gem Shippers
or Broom Corn Associations
CorreHjiond with uh. We want Broom Corn.
Authorized s.-llim; Agents for The American
Society of Equity on this market.
160 South Water Street CHICAGO
How's the crop In your district?
do. Our plaiios are endorsed by
to learn Telegraphy
anJ Railroad work. Positions ara
waiting as soon as the course is com-
pleted. Write for our new catalog.
ARKANSAS CITY BUSINESS COLLEGEaitdSCfflOL
of TELEGRAPHY, Arkansas City. Kan., Box 2002
DEFIANCE Cold Water Starch
makes luuudry work a pleuHurc. ia oz. pk*. llto-
Our plan of seiling pianos direct from factory to home cuts oul the uiiddk'iuun.
HOW TO DO IT ^y'^'ho Etfw enrcfuiiy tb«i inite (be answer
n«-iitn««s count. Hi? suro anil r-nrlose a self addn-hM- l .
lost In tho mall. Addresa
(iOOriOKI.MIOMA FAKMM -Small rash
m«-nt. Itu . luili-cnip payiui-ni r«-i
wan led. Wo have It. Fir.t I <>au <ivrt«
IP YOU TSE BALL BLUE,
Get Red Cross Ball Blue, the best Ball
Blue. Large 2 oz. package only 5 cents.
ini will not be ml si
SEGERSTROM PIANO MFG. CO.,
PATFNT ^Ol R IDEAS, They may bring roe
r* I Eli I w.-altb. 01-page Book Irei-. Km. fW
b 1 ugerald ft (jo-. i' LAlty Box K. W ashing I on. b.U
W. N. U., WICHITA, NO. 43-1910.
, PUTNAM FADELESS DYES
be takes more chancos from year to , VM einVraanvlarmlet without r I?i#f f0!!!'2*1? ?n\0,h*r ®na ,0c e*cka0a color, all fibers. Thay d>e In cold water better than any other dra.
year than any dozen men who work 'or Ire* booklet-Ho* to Dye. Bleach and Mi* Colors. MONROE DRU3 CO.. Qu/ncv. Illinoim.
Inside at a salary.
Considering what most people are
willing to do for mouey it's a wonder
A critic is a man who by the light tllere are not more millionaires.
of his own experience explains to i
others why they, too, have failed.
Life is a grind, but the world is full
d ii . tte.roH#h,Jr our,,d hy Jir, Pierce s
Pleasant I el lets. The r.v r. to lumlly luxa it< .
To accept defeat gracefully, start
your retreat In time.
AND ALL NOSE
AND THROAT DISEASES
tu fnrBi tb® akin and nets as a preventive for others. I (quid given on
tne tongue Safe for brood niaren un.l all others. Bi-hI kidney remedy ;60
centa and 11.00 a bottle; If,.00 a..,I f io.OO the do/en. Hold bv all riroRirUts
aud bunte good* hou.sea, or aeut exprenn paid, by the uiauufactnrera.
SPOHN MEDICAL CO., Chemi.t., GOSHEN, INDIANA
You Look Prematurely Old
—— I ' I III I I I 11 I I I Li ' • ... r '
- *' nairs. use la gheqlk" maih restorer, price, $1,00, retail,
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