The Dover News. (Dover, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 16, 1911 Page: 2 of 4
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THE DOVER. NEWS
Mr*. ftu« Lo«*tr, Pub.
i « OKLA
THE olotime parlom.
taking liquid phytic or bl? or Hrtto
yiils, thai which mai« y'n
instead of curing. Cathartics don't
jure they irritate and weaken the
bowels. CA9CARET3 make the
bowel* strong, toot the muscle* to
Tb*r« use4 to be la alAoa* *t«t7 r-> they crawl and W'lek—when they
fral bom* In the country a *a< red t-sab do this th*y lit hzulukjt prtxluunff
—th« "parlor " Every reader 1 prob- right results. 91
ably familiar wit * it, for It st. 1 exists. c*f*>irr«i^H
• hour*. not ao universally aa It 414 Ji'TaT^
yearn a^o. wben ao botoo Is tbe land,
1n villa**, barr: If, or on farm. as
considered complete or well-equipped
without tbla dliual apartment—<care-
fully shattered In against air and aun
light; a jar of waxwork </n the can tar
tabla; a collection of curious odds arid
and* on the what-not In tb*: '-ornar;
vnottoa and cbroinos cm the wall, a vlv-
When a Man
"'AUr/iOP °f TMC CIRCULAR tSTAlRCAOE"'
the:nan In lower ten. etc.
$1,000 Profit per Acre
Jtmn Wllat r
It*4 time flv
of jn,rtda. Ws
> r*s far ma b -
mllea from P-n
i carpet on
r festivity aal
u of thla par
the floor The soun
dom penetrated th« g
lor. says the Philadelphia Pre* At
rare Interval* dlsUr.i * fcd visitors
•rare received In It— wltn*ssea of wed
tflng or funeral. It wai never *
pleasant room; It ■mailed daifcp and
dusty; the chlldns twjd In aw* of It;
£r d yet It wu tbslr mother's i>rl<J«-
Happily ihe day of tbe pent up,
aavory parlor Is fast passing away.
The children, going out Into tbe hi*
ger world with observant «-yes, have
returned to th« homestead and Insisted
upon flinging open the dn"r% and win-
dows and admitting a burst of sunlight
and a ruah of pure sir. They hav«
tuado a living- room of a tomb. In
their childhood the kitchen wis ths
most comfortable pla<e in the houae; It
wan scrubbed every day, ventilated al-
and boa pit
bidden precincts «of the parlor were
exp<fsed to sanitary search not oftener
than twlra a year—during the Inev
Itabls spring and fall houaecleanlng.
1'm rr-H' uwri joillm t r tru < grow
PtaiAceta stAinr compact. p«at*c«ia. f '<
DOWN ON HIM.
in* •ip*" t
* Kat I'B tr.e
r* to < «!• brats
■ Jimmy as ^
Iromy w«« '
sr. r.fr rul:r
Ml to be taMel
y r f'. t«) t/>
!a Kltt Mr
!.. . W-T".
An.rt..,, clv'!* .rrl-.-
f.. awli,( - ■.. Jl '
my uk«« Kit In*'
to 4*vt % lofna w
r.ot |#%rn that h<
<>pp"«e4 to I' J
rofjfldvrw • ' • *
ti that his aunt
"Why not ail the mtalsT Mai stf- , L>aje-
gestisd T hope you re not going W be . ^*c
ninall about things, Jimmy "
"It ought to be easy.** Jim persisted,
ignoring the remark. Tor nine reaaon
ably Intelligent people to boll egg
and make coffee, which la all we need
for breakfaat. with some fruit-"
"Nine of us!" Dallas said wickedly.
I looking at Tom Harblaon. who was
'Ait of earshot. "Why nine of us? I
' thought Kit her*-, otherwise known as
Itella. waa going to ahow off her
It funded, however with Mr Harbi-
on writing out a lot of slips, cook.
Mwllery maid, chamber maid, parlor
main, furnace man. and butler, and a*
that left two people over—we didn't
bad to ball the a*~ggactios with )oy.
and to otter his assistants, and Jimmy
I had to take Max • stare of the fur-
1 lace tYes 1 had broken the police-
; man to item gee ti y Of course, Anna
•aid at once that be was the thief,
jut they found him tucked In and
tound asleep aith Ms back agvr.st
i In the first place." Mai eald. stand-
! '.ng Importantly in the middle o< the
room, "we retired between two and
'tree—nearer three. So the theft oo
J currad between three snd five, wben
A.nne woke up. Was your door locked.
The door Into the hall was.
but the door into the dressing room
was open this morning "
"From three until five." Max rw
pcated "Was any one out of his room
during that time?"
-I waa.*' said Tom Harbieon prompt*
|y, from the foot of the bed "1 w as
prowling all around somewhere about
four, aearchinf"—he glanced at me
•for a drink of water But as I don't
know s pearl from a glass bead. I
hope you exonerate me "
Everybody laughed and said. "Of
course " and "Bure, old man.' and
changed the ubject quickly. While
that excitement was on. 1 got Jim to
side and told him about Bella
^ ^ The wonder of bak-
in (j powders—Calumet.
1 Wonderful in its raising
,' powers — its uniformity,
it* never failing results, its
Wonderful in iu economy.
_t Oits less than the hi^h-price ,
trust brands, but it is worth as
much. It costs a trifle more than j
the ch> ap and big can kinds— I
it is worth more. Hut proves iui
real economy in the baking.
Ui CALUMET—tbe Modern
At ail Groccrs.
Re auicfMrt* that Kit gUr '/• ' #••■1 f- |
(,n< f r«It Mrs wiirs r-rr' K
'.ot Is fln -lv prevailed
part Aunt Us Una irrtv ^ and ths
w| aa pls^in*-<1. ia sr s
count Aunt Belina—be added another His good-natured face was radiant at
furnace man and a trained nurse. Bet first.
The Cynic (with Incipient wumt'he)
Mjf! Lady footballers, Indeed! Why,
The Cynic (with
_ of! Lady foot ha JBL
1. nil,7'and"''airy"and"clean 1 don t .uppoM half of you know what
II -KH- IV.as «hnMtlv for- "louch down' meADS. pr*-<11'>am*n' the women sh«d tears ths
able .bile •>.. «ba ur for Vour ^,1 girl doe. If S;-r..-n.l-l.r if .
ty Mercer drew the trained nurse slip,
snd. of course, she was delighted. It
seems funny now to look back and
ill hi* f*"- i covsr^-o j think what a dreadful time she really
had, for Aunt Belina took the grippe,
Bella j you know, that very day.
J|E ftrS B was fate that 1 should go back
to that awrful kitchen, for of courae
my llp said "cook" Mr Harbiaon
waa butler, and Max and Dal got the
furnace, although neither of them had
) Is be-
ing taSsn away In the amhul
Inaiats It Is Jtm Kit tells *
an'l Is In t>.« house Bella
t Jim she wantel t' but Taaa-
hlra. the Js^ e. vant, *ia wished to
■ ' .r* hla isnl-w Harhlw-n s'epa out
on ttie porch af.<l dlik'ov^rs a mar. taoklr.*
A rtr'1 'in the d' 'if He 'lernar.'la in e*-
plftnat1''r Tha man polnta the p'.n^arl
an-! Harb1S"n e«-'-a the word ,,Brnallp *
printed on l The men tells him he Is
an offlrer of the li«.ard of health and
te11n Mm th% h .wse la under quarantine
and that the yueats will have to remain
"I suppose she did come to see
Takahlro. eh. Kit?" hs asked delicate-
ly. "She didn't say anything about
"Nothing good- Rhe said the house
was In a disgraceful condition," I said
heartlessly. "And her diamond brace-
let was stolen while she took a nap on
the kitchen table"—he groaned—"and
—oh, Jim, you are such a goose. If I
could only manage my own affairs the
ever been nearer to a bucket of coal ; way I could my friends'! She s too
than the coupons on mining stock sure of you. Jimmy. She knows you
Anne got the bedrooms, and Leila waa adtfre her. and—how brutal could you
parlor maid. It was Jimmy who got be, Jim?"
n d po*' ti'
apra eo l a r aet, 4
« l.' 1 ' • MSI al«rnj-«i
Young Lady—Your best girl
you ever kissed her.
cured her baby of eczema
r.b-ada with Kit to t«-ll him th«- real situ
Stlon of thing*. Bhe finally teds him Of
Bella's Incarceration In the basement
CHAPTER VI. (Continued.)
■ ' "I can't tell In words how happy the
It l only recently that they have dls- word 'Cutlcura' aoundu to me, for it
icoeered a way of canning decayed
eggs, and there are bakers In the large
cities who are so devoid of honesty
that they would as soon use rotten
egga aa fresh onee Thus a market Is
created, and but for tbe fa<'t that the
state under Its pure food lawa can
step In and condemn this product aa
unfit for consumption, the problem rre«
sled by cold h tor age would have been
rendered mors complex as the year go
by, says tue Rochester Herald. It la
bot beyond the bonds of possibility
that meat which baa been cold-stored
to ihe point of deray la treated In the
sfcinn manner No one ever hears of
It being thrown awuy.
And now tbe Ixindon police have
discovered that the prisoner convict
ed by finger prints, and who, It waa re-
ported, had established hla Innocence
by Indisputable evidence that, being In
the army at the time, he could not
have been guilty, was, after all .a
fakir. He stole the array records of
another man to bolster up his defense
and came very nearly getting away
cured my baby of Itching, torturing
ef zema. It firat came wben she waa
between three and four weeks old,
appearing on her head. I used every
thing Imaginable and had one doc
tor'a bill after another, but nothing
cured It. Then tbe eczema broke out
so badly behind her ear that I really
thought her ear would come off. For
months I doctored It but to no avail.
Then It began at her nose and her
eyea were nothing but sores. I had to
keep her In a dark room for two
weeks. The doctor did no good, so I
stopped him corning.
"For about two weeks I had used
Cutlcura Boap for her every day,
then 1 got a bog of Cutlcura Ointment
und began to use that. In a week
there wan a marked Improvement. In
all I uaed two cakes of Cutlcura Hoap
und one box of Cutlcura Ointment and
my baby waa cured of the sores. Thla
was laat November; now her hair is
growing out nicely and she has not a
scar on her. I can not praise Cutl-
cura enough, I can take my child any-
where and people are amazed to Hee
her without a sore. From tbe time
she wan four weeks old until she waa
three years she was never without the
but now, thanks to
with It Tbe police urn doubly pleased 1 twrrlble eruption,
Cutlcura, I have a well child. (Sign
at the discovery, since It prevents a
guilty man from escaping and re-estab-
lishes the finger print theory sa Infal
11 bis* at leaal so far aa experience has
gone. But for a time the fakir bad
both the London police and tbe finger-
print theory "groggy."
Secretary Dickinson has Just Issued
a report on the mllltla of this country
that shows how little the mlnda of
Americans are turned away from
peace and toward war. He announces
.that In 1910 the strength of the organ
Ised mllltla forcea of the nation Is only
119,660 men. an Increase of but 3.113
In seven years, aays the Boston Globe.
Jin does not add that there are almost
to a thousand as many clergymen.
ed) Mrs. II V.. Householder, 2004 Wll-
helm St., Baltimore, Md , May 10, 1910.
All the world's a atage
tbe greatest on earth.
The very best adv
whenever a laxative
take Garfield Tes
Aa a Reminder.
Ills Wife—John, do you remember
what took place Just three years ago
Her Husband What! Is this our
Ills Wife N no. Three years ago
today you bought mo a new hat.—
In Brooklyn a few weeks ago a Sun
At half past four o'clock w«- gave up.
"It's gone," I said "I don't believe
you wore It here. No one could have
taken It There wasn't a soul In this
part of the bouse, except the police-
man snd he's locked In."
At Ave o'clock we put her to sleep
In the den. She was In a fearful tem-
per. and I was glad enough to be able
to abut the door on her. Tom Harbi-
son-that was his name—helped me
to creep upstairs, and wanted to get
me a glass of ale to make me sleep.
But I said It would be of no use, as
I had to get up and get the breakfast
The last thing he said was that the
policeman seemed above the average
In Intelligence, and perhaps we could
train him to do plain cooking and dish-
I did not go to sleep at ftnee. I
lay on the chlntr-covered divan in
Bella's dressing room and stared at
the picture of her with the violets un-
derneath. I couldn't see what there
was about Bella to Inspire such undy-
ing devotion, but I had to admit that
she had looked handsome that night,
and that the Harbison man had cer-
tainly been Impressed.
At seven o'clock Jimmy Wilson
pounded at my door, and I could have
choked him Joyfully. 1 dragged my-
self to the door and opened it, and
then I heard excited voices. Every-
body seemed to be up but Aunt Belina,
and they were all talking at once.
Anne Browne was In the center of
the group, waving her hands, while
Dallas was trying to hook the hack of
,her gown with one hand and hold a
| blanket around himself with the other
No one was dressed except Anne, and
|she had been up for an hour, looking
in shoes and under the corners of
rugs and around the bed clothing for
her Jeweled collar. When she aaw
me aho began all over again
"I had It on when I went into my
room," she declared, "and I put it on
the dressing table when I undressed.
1 meant to put It under my pillow, hut
I forgot. And I didn't sleep well: I
was awake half the night. Wasn't I,
! Dal? Then, when the clock down-
stairs In the hall was chiming five,
the scullery work, hut he was quite
crushed by this time, and did not
protest at all.
Max waa in s very bad temper: I
suppose he had not had enough sleep
—no one had. But he came over while
the lottery was going cm and stood
over me and demanded unpleasantly,
in a whisper, that I stop masquerading
"Fair," he said. "1 may have un-
discovered depths of brutality that
I have never had occasion to use. How-
ever, I might try. Why?"
"Listen. Jim," I urged. "It was al-
ways Bella who did things here: She
managed the houae. she tryrannixed
over her friends, and she bullied you.
Yes. she did. Now she's here, without
Angelfood cakes seldom make boys
Take GarfielJ Tea' Made of Herbs, it is
puie, pleasant and healtb K"
"What's the bearded lady so mad
about?" inquired the armless won-
• Somebody sent her a catalogue of
a safety razor factory." fcaid the living
And in the Meanwhile.
Lady—Can't you find work?
Tramp—Yessum; but every one
wants a reference from ray last em-
Lady—And can't you get one?
Tramp—No, mum You see, he's
been dead twenty-eight years.—Lon-
Pink F.ye# Epizootic
*■% Catarrhal Fever
horMaatanv era lufaoU#
.,n Hi* SlooJ and «Jl«nd fspa's Iba
in t>.. a and Htiaop ud < fcolara ia
I a Oriap* among huaian i>«iaga
it, .nd Ifo a do.m. ( ut thi.aut
Jt u. t rea Booklet, "lHatasMsa
60shen. imo.. u. s.j.
How Pat Proved It.
An Irishman was once serving In a
regiment in India. Not liking the
climate, Pat tried to evolve a trick by
which he could get home. Accordingly
he went to the doctor and told him
his eyesight was bad. The doctor
looked at him for a while and then
"How can you prove to rae that
your eyesight is bad?"
Pat looked about the room and at
last said: "Well, doctor, do ye see
that nail on the wall?"
"Yes," replied the doctor.
"Well, then," replied Pat, "I can't."
Simplicity of Expression.
A story was told on Martin I^omas-
ney at the Cape Cod commercial trav-
elers' dinner by Representative Pope
of Leominster: "Last session Lomas-
ney was seen talking to someone in
one of the corridors, and as I passed
I heard these words: 'Shall I write
him?' 'No,' said Lomasney; 'never
write a thing when you can talk, and
never talk when you can nod your
bead.' "—Boston Record.
The Chief Need.
A pale, intellectual-looking chap,
wearing eyeglasses and unshorn hair,
visited Tom Volk, the athletic in-
structor, not long ago and asked ques-
tions until ihe diplomatic athlete final-
ly became weary.
"If 1 take boxing and wrestling les-
sons from you, will it require any par-
ticular application?" he asked.
"No," answered Volk, "but a little
arnica will come in handy."—Clove-
Had His Uses.
"You don't make very good music
with that instrument," said the inno-
cent bystander to the man behind the
bass drum as the band ceased to-
"No," admitted the drum-pounder,
"but I drown a heap of bad."
OM.Y ONE "BROMO GriNlNE."
t it I, A X A I I \ K IIHOMU yl 1N1SK
-ruiinre "t1 I-' W I v;J tho Won4
Mrs. Beans -How rapidly Emerson
Mrs. Cod—Yes; he will be in short
specs very soon.—Harper's Bazar.
Toll the dealer you want a Lewis' Single
Binder straight 5c cigar.
"Papa, what Is ilatterly?"
"Praise of other people, my son."~
The Farmer's Son^s
Be small About Things, Jimmy."
orintern manufacturer., grocem, butch- dry school ti ach«.r imk.-d hlH daaa of aomethlnR rouaed mo. and I nut up In
-ra au'norraiiher. nr maaon. In tho hopefula thla rather debatable que. I II w« mill dork, but 1 pinched
nation oa there are cltliun .oldler. Hut
lb* fuct la true
A Ilutto man who la tielni? «ued for
treach of promlM l churned by tha
plaintiff with havlnK called her "My
XJear Tobacco." No wonder .lie want.
$10,000. elnee he wa. nol explicit
uuough to miy whether .he wu of line
cut, or a mere pluK
Return* from Ihe New York public
library Indicate thii fiction fell off In
demand na compared with buokn of n
lilatorlcal or aclenilllc nature Thla
■bould .pur the Indiana achool of miy-
ellata to renewed efforte or .ome
A Ban Franel.00 man nay* he will
rot before he pay. alimony to hl di-
vorced wife, but II la believed he will
change hie mind before decomposition
gota a Ann bold on him
It may ho theoretically poxalble to
tranaport 10,000 men acroa. tho Alpa
In noroplanea, but with the eiample
of Mol.annt and Hoxley In their mlixlx
the chance, are Hint 9.000 of them will
refuao to ho tranaported In thai way.
China will aacrlflce 2no.oon,ooo
aueua for the artificial hair market thla
fl)ar and all will be sent to America.
The Joke on the Chlneae In that Ihey
don't know that puff, have jone uut of
The man who experiment" In fruit
growing may produce a .trawberry .o
big I bat It will AH a box by Itaelf, and
leave no room for
When a real l ndon desperado *eu
Into action ho put. a Rocky mour.
tain train robber Into tho amateur
Chicago la trying to furnl.h lu
achool children with a two-cunt weai
Cut one cent j
"Who will tell me what Is the chief
end of man?"
From the most attentive pupil came
forthwith this answer: "To glorify
God and annoy him forever."
His Wish Gratified.
M. Jean Koble. the celebrated Bel-
gian artist, died ut Brussels tho other
week aged 8!). He was the son of a
blacksmith who worked at his father's
forge early In life, and afterwards de-
veloped a taste for painting. M. Hoble
was also famous as a horticulturist,
and was nn authority on roses. He
used to say: "I want to die among my
roses," and his wish was fulfilled.
Praln as Day.
A man recently visited the art
museum In Chicago and wandered
about, looking at the paintings with
more or less Interest. He finally
stopped In front of a portrait which
showed a man sitting In a high hacked
chair. There was a small white card
on the plcturo, reading:
"A portrait of E. H. Smith, by him-
The man rend the card and then
chuckled to himself.
"What fools theso city folks are!"
he said. "Anybody who looks at that
picture would know Smith's by him-
self. There ain't any one else in the
Dal and said there was somebody In
tho room. You remember that, don't
"I thought you had nightmare."
"I lay still for ages, It seemed
me. and then—the door into the hall
aw another man's wife and generally
making a fool of myself—which In the
way he put it. And 1 knew in my
heart that he was right, and 1 hated
him for It.
"Why don't you go and tell him—
them?" I asked nastily. No one was
paying any attention to us. "Tell
them that, to be obliging. I have near-
ly drowned in a sea of lies; tell them
itliiut•• rough* ntel | r«
Urli.- l'rof Muu> "it, r. r«t
Ht . Phils •
ml J. fliTHna
for tuvJIcal uti*
turned on tho light over the bed then
and the room was empty. I thought
of my collar, and although It seemed
ridiculous, with the house sealed as
It Is, and all of us friends for years -
well. I got up and looked, and It waa
No one spoke for an Instant It waa
a queer situation, for the collar whs
gone; Anne's red eyes showed It was
true. And there we stood, every one
of us a miserable picture of guilt, and
tried to look Innocent nnd debonair
and unsuspicious. Finally .Ilm held up
his hand and signified that he wanted
to say something
"It's like this," he said: "Until this
thing Is cleared up. for heaven's sako,
let's try to be sane! If every fellow
thinks the other fellow did It, this
house will bo a nice little hell to live
In. And if anybody"—-here he glared
around—"If anybody him got funny
und Is hiding those Jewels, I wnnt to
say that he'd better speak up now.
Later, It won't be so easy for him. It's
a mighty poor Joke."
But nobody spoke.
We Make an Omelet.
It was Betty Mercer who said she
was hungry, and got us switched from
the delicate subject of which was the
thief to the quite iih pressing subject
of which was to be the cook. Aunt
Belina had slept quietly through the
whole thing we learned afterward
that she customarily slept on her left
side, which was on her good ear. We
gathered in the Imllas Browns' room,
and Jimmy proposed a plan.
"We can have anything sent In that
we waut," he suggested speciously,
"and if Dal doesn't make good with
the city fathers, you girls can get
some clothes anyhow. Then, we can
have dinner sent from one of th*
closed I heard the catch click. I | (hftt j am not only not married, but
that I never intond to marry; tell
them that we are a lot of idiots with
nothing better to do than to trifle with
strangers within our gates, people
who build—I mean, people that are
worth two to our one! Hun and tell
He looked at me for a minute, then
he turned on his hoel and left me. It
looked as though Max might be going
to be difficult.
While I was Improvising an apron
out of a towel, and Anne was pinning
a sheet Into a kimono, so she could
take off her dinner gown and still be
proper, Dallas harked back to the
"Anne put the collar on the table
there," he said. "There's no mistake
about that. I watched her do it. for
I remember thinking it wns the solo
reminder I had that Consolidated
Traction ever went above 39."
Max was looking around tho room,
examining the window locks and
whistling between his teeth. He was
In disgrace with every one, for by
that time It was light enough to see
three reporters with cameras across
the street waiting for enough sun to
snap the house, and everybody knew
that it was Max and his idiotic wager
lbat bad done it. He had made two
or three conciliatory remarks, but no
one would speak to him. His antics
were po queer, however, that we were
all watching him, and when he had
felt over the rug with his hands, and
raised the edges, and tried to lift out
the chair-seats, and had shaken out
Dai's shoes (he said people often hid
things and then forgot about it), he
made a proposition.
"If you will take that infernal fur-
nace from around my neck, 111 under-
take either to find the Jewels or to
show up the thief," he said quietly
And, of course, with all the people In
the House under suspicion, every one
your Invitation, and she has to stay.
It's your turn to bully, to dictate
terms, to be coldly civil or politely
rude Make her furious at you. If
she Is Jealous, so much the better."
"How far would you sacrifice your-
self on tho altar of friendship?" he
"You may pay me all the attention
you liko, In public," I replied, and
after we shook hands we went to-
gether to Bella.
There waa an ominous pause when
we went into the den. Bella was sit-
ting by the register, with her furs on,
and after one glance over her shoul-
der at us. she looked away again with-
"Bella," Jim said appeallngly. And
then I pinched his arm, and he drew
himself up and looked properly out-
"Bella," he said, coldly this time, "I
can't Imagine why you havo put your-
self In this ridiculous position, but
since you have—"
"Put myself In this position!-' She
was frantic. "It's a plot, a wretched
trick of yours, this quarantine, to keep
Jin, gasped, but I gave him a warn-
ing glance, and he swallowed hard.
"On the contrary," he said, with
maddening quiet, "I would be the last
person in the world to wish to per-
petuate an Indiscretion of yours. Per
It was hardly discreet, was It, to visit
a bachelor establishment alone at ten
o'clock at night? As far as my plot-
ting to keep you here is concerned, I
assure you that nothing could be fur-
ther from ray mind. Our paths were
to be two parallel lines that never
touch." He looked at me for ap-
proval, and Bella was choking.
"You are worse than I ever thought
you," sho stormed. "I thought you
were only a—a fool. Now I know you
—for a brute!"
(TO HE CONTINUED.)
Why wait f
perl! y ami Indej
buy land at
e uI>n iitin
"Were you angry when that man
sat on your new silk hat?" "No,"
replied Senator Sorghum. "It was too
modern and shiny, anyhow. A silk
hat doesn't look as if It belonged to a
real statesman until it has been
blocked and Ironed a few times."
"J suppose your sister Is busily pre-
paring for her wedding?"
"Yes, she is up in her room now de-
stroying all her old letters."
Can Be Overcome in Cases.
The influence of heredity cannot, of
course, be successfully disputed, but
it can be minimized or entirely over-
come in some cases by correct food
and drink. A Conn, lady says:
"For years while I was a coffee
drinker I suffered from bilious at-
tacks of great severity, from which I
used to emerge as white as a ghost
and very weak. Our family physi-
cian gave me various prescriptions for
improving the digestion and stimulat-
ing the liver, which I tried faithfully
but without perceptible result.
"He was acquainted with my fam-
ily history for several generations
back, and once when I visited him he
said: 'If you have inherited one of
those torpid livers you may always
suffer more or less from its inaction.
We can't dodge our inheritance, you
"I was not so strong a believer in
heredity as he was, however, and, be-
ginning to think for myself, I conclud-
ed to stop drinking coffee, nnd see
what effect that would have. I feared
it would be a severe trial to give it
up, but when I took Postum and had
it well made, it completely filled my
need for a hot beverage and I grew
very fond of It.
"I have used Postum for three years,
using no medicine. During all that
time I have had absolutely none of
the bilious attacks that I used to suf-
fer from, and I have been entirely
free from the pain and debilitating ef-
fects that used to result from them.
"The change is surely very great,
and I am compelled to give Postum
the exclusive credit for it." Name
given by Postum Co., Battle Creek,
Head "The Road to Wellville," in
pkgs. "There's a Reason."
Ever rrad Ihe above letter? A new
one Bpprnm from time to time. The?
■ re Kruolne, true, and full of human
that tho number of settler*
the II. I
''MnnVVaruitrn have pal<1
for their land out of the
arret and pre-einimoi
l«U acres at ta.oftan .
Fine climate. Rood ••'hools,
excellent railway facllltli
low freight rates; woojl. w
ter and lumber easily ob-
For pamphlet '*La«t Bi
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- ■ ggrwto
Can , or to Canadian Gov't Agent.
WADI** GOVEIMKNT 4GEXT
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Csn quickly be overcome by
—art «urely and
is, snd Indigestion. They do their duty.
Small PU1. Small Dm«. Small Pric*.
Genuine mu tbe&r Signs.turo
ttre; tools donated; nasi lions
manirranti'ii. *cht>«rzoHT t<
of llarbtr' 'ollctfrs. 711 K.l>oi
Consider your personal
TOOLS and CUTLERY
The very lines made. Ask your hardware
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Ksntas City, Mo. Oklshoms City, Okla,
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