The Dover News. (Dover, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 22, 1911 Page: 3 of 4
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••DEAF" BEGGAR COULD HEAR I
Incident That Struck Householder at
Being Along Slightly Humor-
"Many funny thing* happen In a
flat durlnf the courae of a few
months, aaid a Milwaukee flat dwell-
er, "but one of the best things 1 ever
aaw happened yesterday
\ was suddenly roused from my
dumber by three loud knocks on the
Nk>or Jumping to my feet and into a
bathrobe, I hastened to aee what was
wanted. 1 opened the door in tlm«
to see a young fellow half way up th«
flight to the next floor.
•"Hello, there!' 1 yelled at him.
"He turned around, hastened back
and handed out a small envelope,
pointing to the Inacriptlon. 1 glanced
at It. It was an appeal for aid be-
cause the applicant was deaf and
"Say, I was mad enough to kick him
down atalra. Then the Joke atruck
me and 1 alammed the door In hla face
and went back to bed laughing."
•UFFER'.O FOURTEEN YEARS.
In These Columns
You will find the open•
ing chapter of our new
A Terrlbla Caae of Dropay and Hew
It Waa Cured.
Mra. W R. Cody, 603 Tenth Bt.
Lewis ton,Idaho, says: "Fourteen yeara
1 suffered from kid-
ney trouble. I waa
ao lame and aore I
could hardly move.
Headachea were fra-
quent and my whole
body bloated. I had
chille and hot flashes
and my anklea were
ao swollen I could
acarcely wear my shoes. The kidney
accretions bothered me and ray nerves
were unstrung. I began taking Doan'a
Kidney Pills and soon the awelling
diminished. The backache and other
troublea quickly disappeared and 1
waa completely cured."
Remember the name—Doan'a.
For sale by druggists and general
etorekeepers everywhere. Price 60c.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. T.
It was prescribed by an old super-
stition that If those who were affected
with ague would visit at dead of night
the nearest crossroad five different
times and then bury a new laid egg,
the disease would be burled. If the
experiment failed, they attributed It
to some unlucky accident that may
Have befallen them on the way.
$532,500 in Its First Month.
Wichita. Karma*. June 1st. 1911—A most
remarkable rc.onl has been ma.le by it'
j'arnit rs and Bankers I-tf« Insurance Co
of this fitv, during lt« first month of husl-
■y ss A splendid total of SM'2.500 of busi-
ness was written In May. which record
has never been exceeded by any company
as conservative!) managed aa is tnls Com*
pany. Wichita and Kansas may well be
proud of this splendid Company.
Little Willie—Say. pa, what is busi-
pa—There are two kinds of busi-
ness courtesy, my son. One is the
kind extended to people who pay cash,
and the other is extended to people
A good dish for
tents of a tin of
Sausages in the
frying pan and
serve with baked
Easy to Berve
—fine to eat
Look for the Libby
label which means
Libby, McNeill CR. Libby
Women iuffering from any form of
Illness are invited to promptly com-
municate with Mrs. rinkham at Lynn,
luiuiaie nun ...... •
•iass. All letters are received, opewd,
read and answered by women. A wo-
man can freely talk
of her private ill-
ness to a woman;
thus has been es-
tablished this con-
Mrs. IMnkham and
the women of
America which has
never been broken,
ivsu s finjlham Never has she pub-
11 shed a testimonial or used a
without the written consent of the
writer, and never has the Company
allowed theae confidential letters to
vet out of their possession, as the
hundreds of thousand® of them In
.heir files will attest.
Out of the Tast volume of experience
which Mrs. Pink ham has to draw
rrom, it is mors than possible that sh
Has (tallied tlia fery knowledge need-d
In your case. She asks nothing in re-
turn except your good will, and her
id vice lias helped thousands. Surely
any woman, rich or poor, should be
gla'd to take advantage of this gener-
ous offer of assistance. Address Mrs.
Pink ham, care of Lydla E. linkham
Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass.
Every woman ought to have
Lydla E. Pinkham'ft 80-par®
Text Book. It la not a book for
general distribution, aa it is too
Bxpenslve!. It Is fro© and only
ibtAlnablo by mail. "Writ© for
HARD ON CHOLLY.
Slie—a Kirl should look before she
He—She should look pretty or she
may not get a chance to leap.
George Ade, at a luncheon In Chi-
cago, paid a gallant compliment to a
well known actress.
The actress wore a harem skirt of (
the new flame color and Mr. Ade said
! "It is pretty. And what an odd
color it is! Tell me the name of the
! "Flamme de Vesuve—flame of Vesu-
vius," the actress answered,
i "He jabers," said Mr. Ade, "ye make
a vurry purty crater."
The Herb laxative, Garfield Tea. over-
comes constipation, giving freedom from
sick headache and bilious attacks.
A magazine poet refers to a baby
in the house as a wellspring of pleas
ure. According to his theory triplets
would be a deluge.
Lewis' Single Binder gives the smoker a
rich, mellow tasting 5c cigar.
God pays, btu not every Saturday.—
Eradicates scrofula and all
other humors, cures all their
effects, makes the blood rich
and abundant, strengthens all
the vital organs. Take it.
Get it today in usual liquid form or
chocolated tahiets called Sarsatabs.
SECURE A CAN OF THIS
FINE SYRUP MIXTURE
One of the most
amusing stories you
have ever had the
pleasure of reading.
cnlE. "untby sorghum and
SVRUP WITH CANE FlWC
On the eve of a visit
from his affianced
wife and when all
the world seems
bright, Harry Swif-
ton suddenly be-
comes involved in a
maze of circum-
stances that threat-
ens to wreck his fu-
Harry didn't think it
funny, but you will if
you read this story,
which starts in this
paper next week.
Parson—Boys, don't you know that
you shouldn't .play ball on Sunday?
Jimmy—Oh! that's all right. Parson.
We ain't playing; we're practicing fer
Tea Time in Chile.
Either tea or yerba mate is served
in Chile at 4 p. m., not only in the
homes, but at clubs, restaurants and
hotels, and many business houses. A
cup of tea and a roll or small cake in
the club or hotel cost from eight to
twelve cents United States gold, while
the business houses serve it free
rather than have the clerks leave their
work to go out for it.
WANTED TO SLEEP
Curious That a Tired Preacher Should
Have Such Desire.
FOR SALE BY ALL RETAILERS
Can quickly be overcome by
—act surely and
gently on the
ne'ssMnd Indigestion. They do their duty.
SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE.
Genuine must bear Signature
STACK and MACtHIINE
— Write uh
rOVCA TENT & AWNING COMPANY
loo Wt'it Douglas Wichita, Kaiuai
"JSSSSSI Thompson's Ey« Wattr
This Story Alone will
be worth A Whole
as It runsforan even
to - day
And get the opening
Chapter NEXT WEEK
A minister speaks of the curious ef-
fect of Crape-Nuts food on him and
how it has relieved him.
"You will doubtless understand how
the suffering from indigestion with
which I used to be troubled made my
! work an almost unendurable burden;
and why it was that after my Sabbath
duties had been performed, sleep was
a stranger to my pillow till nearly
| "1 had to be very careful as to what
I ate. and even with all my care I ex-
perienced poignant physical distress
i after meals, and my food never satis-
| fled me.
"Since I began the use of Grap*
Nuts the benettts I have derived from
! it are very definite, I no longer sufTei
from indigestion, and I began to im-
! prove from the time Grape-Nuts ap-
I peared on our table.
"I find that by eating a dish of thli
food after my Sabbath work is done,
j (and I always do so now) my nerves
1 are quieted and rest and refreshing
! ileep are ensured me.
"I feel that I could not possibly do
without Grape-Nuts food, now that I
| know its value. It is invariably on our
1 table—we feel that we need it to make
the meal complete and our children
i will eat Grape-Nuts when they cannot
' be persuaded to touch anything else."
Name given by Postum Co., Battla
Head the famous booklet, "The Road
to Wallville," in pkgs. "There's a
Ever rend the above letterT A aew
one nppears from time to time. They
nre icenulne, true, nnd full of human
Cholly Chumpleigh — Would you
leave your happy home for me?
Miss Caustique—Yes, if I saw you
coming and the buck door webut
FREED FROM SKIN DISEASE
"Our boy was born in Toronto on
Oct. 13, 1908, and when three months
old a slight rash appeared on his
cheek. What appeared to be a wa-
ter blister would form. When it
broke, matter would run out, starting
new blisters until his entire face,
head and shoulders were a mass of
scabs and you could not see a par-
ticle of clear skin. Other parts of
his body were affected, but not to
such an extent. We tried about every
advertised remedy without avail, in-
deed some of them only added to his
Buffering and one in particular, the
Remedy, almost put the Infant
into convulsions. The family doctor
prescribed for him and told us to
bathe the baby In buttermilk. ThlB
did not do any good, so we took him
to a hospital. He was treated as an
out-patient twice a week and he got
worse, if anything. We then called
in another doctor and Inside of a
week the boy was, to all appearances,
cured and the doctor said his work
was done. But the very next day it
broke out as had as ever.
"We decided that it could not be
cured and must run Its course and so
we just kept his arms bandaged to
his side to prevent his tearing his
flesh. We left Toronto and shortly
after our arrival in Duluth, the Cuti-
cura Remedies were recommended.
We started using them in May, 1909,
and soon the cure was complete. You
would not think he was the same
child for Cuticura made his skin per-
fectly clear and he is entirely free
from the skin disease. There has
been no return this time. We still
use only Cuticura Soap for baby's
bath. Robert Mann, Proctor, Minn.,
May 3. 1910."
Jlggs -That marriage broker wai to
get 10 per cent, of the girl's estate for
arranging a match with a t rench mar
quia, but he did better than that—ha
took it all.
Jlggs— Married the girl himself.
A Heartiest Father.
"I need some help with my household
duties,'' announced a woman when her
husband came home the other night.
"What's the matter with our daugh-
ter?" the husband wanted to know.
"Our daughter? The Idea! Why,
Jim, you know she's awfully delicate,
and' she would die if she had to do
any houaehold work. She has her
"And what? Her teacher's report
shows that she isn't doing a bit of
"But she is the star member of her
basketball team, and you know sin- Is
eager to tako the prize at the gum
nasium contest. But that's Just like
a man—wanting a delicate girl to en-
gage in rough, hard labor, lie asham-
ed of yourself, Jim Jenkins! You
have no feeling."
THE TRUTH ABOUT BLUING.
Talk No. 8.
Avoid liquid bluing because it's at
best only a weak solution of blue in
an expensive package. The customer
pays the cost of glass bottle and
heavy freight charge by getting half
cent's worth of bluing.
Buy RED CROSS BALL BLUING.
Best blue, nothing but blue. Makes a
basket of clothes look like a snow-
drift. ASK YOUR GROCER.
Historic Event Celebrated.
Australia recently commemorated
the one hundred and forty-first anni
versary of Captain Cook's first land
ing. It was in 1770 that H. M. S. En-
deavor, a barque of 370 tons, entered
the inlet first called Sting Rays liar
hoi, but afterwards Botany Bay, from
the beauty and variety of the plants
growing about its shore. The vessel
I remained eight days, and before she
left the British flag was hoisted. As
is the custom on each recurring annl-
I versary. the flag was again unfurled
upon the spot where it was first tils-
played, and was saluted by the guns
of the warships In the harbor.
Th Old a*|
Miss l.lllUl. II Howe, HI at. •!
tisemvnl writer*' dinner tn lvu\
said of the harem skirt
It will awn be no widely wnrn ti...
the old yug. perpetrated In the .tn on i
n.eii may profitably be revived lor
v.omen victim*. i
Some sharper, you know, will r«
vlve the HKt! by advertising tn the
I i .atlles' Own—
Send ti and learn how to keep
1 yt.ur harem skirt from becoming ;
I tringed at the bottom.'
Thousands of dollars will pour In,
ard to each victim the sharper will
•• "Wear knickers
I When Btlktns was away from home
I on a long buBlneaa trip, he got u letter
from hla wife that still putslea him. ;
it ended thua: —
"Baby la well and lot* brighter than
she used to be Hoping you are the
same. 1 remain, your loving wife"— j
1 b#l<«> u tot uin I Ire*.
Mrs Knlcker Will your furniture !
go In the new flat?
Mrs. Hocker It will after It'B
Keep your heart high; that is the
sum of philosophy Victor Cousin
It's a Great
has proven a great help
to those in need ol a
tonic, appetizer and
health maker. Try
bottletoday for 1 leurt-
Fever and Ague. All
ALCOHOL-3 PER CE
AVj'taW' Preparation for As
vmilfltmS Ihf Food and Ursula
ling Ihf Slomachs and I low
He Got the Pass.
I "1 want a pass."
"Pass? You're not entitled to a
i pass. You are not an employe..
j "No; but here the anti-pass law says
free transportation can be granted to
j 'necessary caretakers of live stock,'
I poultry and fruit.' Well, I'm going on
I this trip with an aunt that's a hen—
j there's your poultry; a girl that s a
peach—there's your fruit; and a
I nephew that's a mule—there's your
| live stock. Gimme a pass."—The Way-
]l nrss and Rest Contains neilhtr
Opium.Morphine nor Mineral
Not N ah c otic
xwpw tfOM DrS*.w£irm/ru
Jlx St*mm • \
ftxktll, SmMt .. I
S:J < I
Uirm Sud - I
tttnkrfrtff Flavor '
: A perfect Remedy forConslipa-
lion. Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea
•i|c|j Worms .Convulsions .Feverish-
ness and LOSS OF SLfX*'
facsimile Signature of
TlfE CENTAL!! CoM.'ANY.
For Infant and Children.
The Kind You Have
^fmaranlfetl under the Food a
Exact Copy of Wrmpp««
TM( uimua *•*
flnm cur* and poalttv* pra
Pink Eye, FlplsooHo
bk Catarrhal Fevar
howhornaaaiaayetaira ara Inforta*
Vr^o'oi "iha toniua acta on (ha Blood a.d Olanrta
Cai:aeaand < urm '• Hpaclal Agent* wanted.
SPOHN MEDICAL CQ.i A1* ri"i*«i'iia
Free to Our Readers.
; Write Murine Ey« Hemedy Co.. Chicago,
for (U nto;.- Illustrated Ky.- liook 1 I' •
Write nil about Your Bye rroublei und
tlif-v will advlno uh t«> th> 1 rop«*r A.ppll «
j tion of Hi-- Murine Eye i«ll vou
Special Your Druggist will Ml you
I that MurlnV Kollcv«-8 Hot*; Ky«"H, Strength
1 In* weak EyeH. Doesn't Smart SootheH
ttle Pain, and Helix for Mr. Try It n
Your Eyes an<l in Haby'x liyes for S al>
Eyelids and Granulation.
j He—But couldn't you learn to love
! she—I don't think I could, Harry.
He (reaching for hlH hat)—It 1h as
I feared—you are too old to learn,
j Harper's Bazar.
Good maxima are germs of all good ;
! firmly impressed on the memory, they
! nourish the will— Joubert.
Post—There are as good fish in the
uea as ever were caught.
Parker—Hm! 1 guess you haven't
heard Thompson's latest flfch story.
GOSHEN. 1ND., U. S. A.
Garfield Ten will net tin- liver right. ,
correct constipation, cleanse the svxtein, j
purify the blood und clear the complexion.
Speak kindly to all. It lies in God's
hands whether or no that spoken word
nhnll be the last you utter to the one
you are addressing.
Uoii. allays p«
i isnotmntr Syr
i« thf gums. re.
You complain of ingratitude; were
you not repaid by your pleasure in do
"Now that you are married, my son.
listen to m%.M
"What is It, dad?"
"Try to be a husband, not merely
TO DRIVE OCT MALARIA HYSTFM
the Old Htandard QBOVB'H TAHTBI.WW
HULL TONIC. You know "but you nr.. takm|.
lho formula 1« plainly printed i.n **err bottU,
-'-jply gulmn« and Iron In * ta t«-
i 60 i
bold bj ail
lealers for UU yeara Prlc
"Why did Humpty Dumpty alt on
"He probably thought he could hold
Fads for Weak Women
every day by # #
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
It Makes Weak Women Strong.
Sick Women Welt.
oVhome. It .n.kc. unnece .«ry the di,.|tree.ble quc.t,on,n^ eMmin«l'o« M
local treatment o universally insisted upon by doctora, and ao abhor
every modest woman. .
We shall not particularize here as to the symptoms ol
thoie peculiar affections incident to women, but those
wanting lull information as io their symptoms and
means of positive cure are referred to the Peop e s f.om-
mon Sense Medical Adviser-1008 pates, new y revised
and up-to-date Edition, aent fret on receipt ot 21 one-
cent stamps to cover coat ol mailing only; or, in clotn
binding lor 31 stamps. v
Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N.Y.
^ BOO Bnahols from 20 acres
of wheut will thr lli.rsl.rr i
return from w I^loyU-
n linvter fin n. In the
i snu'iii iw i.i .nn
dKliirV^fl 1 fteldsinthm iiavwrllas
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Iron, (lie 1- UK K
11 () M K S I I A 1) IA.NDS
of Wfil^rn C uimiln.
This en-rlU-nl hhow.ii^ r:,nhf
prices t<i uilvHiirif l.mni , .lues
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lions in :i.oil | . r :t.Tf wllli;
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). W. ROGERS
125 W. Ninth St., Kansas Citt. Wo.
I'l.«se write to the s^enl nearest
USB ALLEN'S FOOT-EANE
he Antiaepilc powder u> b« abaknn Into the aboes
lor tlre<1 aching feet. It taheathe atln® oat of corna
ind bunlona and makea walking a delight. Sold
•▼erywbere, 26c. Rtfuit aubaf For Kit KM
rial package, addreaa A. B. ol mated. La Hoy, N.T.
If it were not for their long faces
tome people have an Idea the world
wouldn't know they were religious.
A self-made man? Yea, and wor-
ihips his creator. Henry Clapp.
He not angry that you cannot make
others as you wish them to be, since
you cannot make yourself what you
wish to be.—Thomas a Kempis.
The satisfying quality in T>ewis' Single
Binders found in no other 5c cigar.
Friendship is one soul in two bodies.
Take Garfield Tea to regulate the liver
and overcome constipation.
Ix>ve is selfishness in two persons.—
THE RESORT Or THE OIARK^.
Youra for health or pleasure. Round
trip ticketa on aale daily. A beau-
tifully illustrated booklet free, alao
rates and information. Write,
C. D. WHITNEY, Trslllc Manager,
M. A N. A. ft. ft.
Eureka Springe ArltMMe
For Storing Grain
Tanks of all Kind#
Write for Catalogue
Co umbian Steal Tank Co.
1117 « t2tt St.. IU«la CU,. Ho.
Write today lor price. «nd Agent,' discount# oa
AND HAT WORK
Biggest and Beat in the Soathwfil.
The P«*ples Cleaning and Dya Worka
211 ft.Lawraaca Wichita, Ksntss
. HAIR balsam
I N« or ralla to H«rtor« Oi*y|
I Hair to ltfl Youthful Color.
W. N. U„ WICHITA., NO. 25-1911.
Death Lurks In A Weak Heart
"RENOVINC." M*4« by Van Vlaat-MansdaM #«■ Ca., Maaipkla. Tann.
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