The Dover News. (Dover, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 18, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 6, 1911 Page: 3 of 4
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ROCKEFELLER LEFT IN HURRY
Cures all blood humors, all
eruptions, clears the complex-
ion, creates an appetite, aids
digestion, relieves that tired sudden departure of John I). Roike-
SERVANT9 CAUTIONED NOT TO
TELL OF His DEPARTURE.
The Reorganization of Standard Oil
Causes Him to Return to New York
After Arriving Home for Season.
Cleveland, Ohio.—The unusual and
feeling, gives vigor and vim.
Oet it today in usual liquid form or
chocolated tablets called Sareatebe.
•eat prepaid lor 20c.
liu U. ■ alb Ira.
Braatlja, S. I.
CleanMi and beautif.u tba hair.
The Same, but Different.
"When it comes to the task of tak-
fng up the parlor carpet, do you ruy
ft way from the job?"
"No. I beat It."
Captured Her Interest.
"She iR very cold and formal, but i
got her Interest."
"By asking her how she ever hap-
pened to marry her dub of a bus-
feller from this city Saturday was
made so that the oil king could be
present at conferences at 26 Broad-
way, New York, which will determine
how the Standard Oil company is to
be reorganized. His secretary here
admitted that Mr Rockefeller went
East for that purpose;
Cleveland men who are close to the
richest man in the world assert that
it is probable Mr. Rockefeller wants
to have a hand personally In the con-
ferences which will determine the
future course of the oil trust.
This is the first time In years that
Rockefeller has gone East after ar-
riving at his summer home, Forest
Hill, for the season. He Is averse to
taking long journeys In the summer.
His friends believe that something
unusually important led him to take
Saturday night he slipped out of
town, after giving his servants at
Forest Hill strict orders not to tell
of his departure.
AT CIII'S GATES
trainmen stoned and passen-
gers frightened into
MAIL CLERK SHOT TO DEATH
Miss D.. a teacher o% Unquestioned
propriety In ail its branches, was in
the throes of commencement, and to
the best of her ability was entertain-
ing some young men—the suitors of
her fair pupils. They conversed on
some beautiful flowers in the drawing
room. "Yes," exclaimed the old lady;
"but if you think these are pretty, you
Just ought to go upstairs and look in
the bath tubs of the girls' dormitories.
They are Just full of American beat*
MAGAZINE PUBLISHERS NEXT
Civil Suit to Be Brought Against
Publishers' Association in
Washington, D. C.~A civil anti-
trust suit against the Periodical Pub-
lishers' association, commonly called
the magazine trust, will be filed in
the United States court at New York
according to plans of the department
The government's suit Is the result
of a six months' investigation. It has
been represented to the department ^"plac^l" acros# "ha track'
Wreck Attempted on 300-Foot Embank-
ment—Ties Piled on Track by
Robbers Who Are Looting
Mail and Baggage
Erie. Pa.—The Philadelphia and
Erie passenger and mall train, due
here at 10 o'clock tonight, was held up
by masked men and robbed tive miles
east of here.
The mail clerk was shot and prob-
ably fatally injured and the conductor
was struck w ith sevt ral stones and
seriously hurt. More than fifty shots
were fired. The train struck an ob-
struction of ties and narrowly escaped
going down a 300-foot embankment.
The train was held up by twelve
masked men. The mail and express
cars were rifled and two of the crew,
C. H. Block of Erie, mail clerk, and
H. I), jlooney, Erie, conductor, w/.e
Block was shot in the right sid«i aMd
was taken to the hospital In a dying
condition. Rooney received injuries
when he was hit with a stone thrown
by a robber.
The train was due here at 10:10 to-
night. A few minutes before ten
o'clock, when the train was rounding
a curve, the engineer saw an obstruc-
tion ahead, lie stopped with all pos-
sible speed, but not before the train
crashed Into the ties and telegraph
To Lydia E. Pinkham'a
Wash have done me.
1 live on a farm and
have worked very
hard. 1 am foxty-
five years old, uml
am the mother of
MADE BANK ACCOUNT GOOD
Why Uncle Reuben Could Not Meet
Detx He Acknowledged as
Uncle Reuben, the village white-
washer and man of all work, was a
frequent borrower of small sums
from his neighbor. Colonel Aikwright,
and aM ft rule he repaid these little
debta at the appointed time; but on
one occasion, when he had been ac-
commodated with a loan of two dol-
lars and a half, which he promised
to return In a few days, he allowed
two or three weeks to pass without
Rcottrllle, Mich.—" I want to tell making any mention of his Indebted
fou how much good Lydia E.lMnkham's ness, and In fact, seemed to avoid
Vegetable Com* his creditor But one nofitis the
>und and Sanative colonel unexpectedly encountered him
at the poetofllce.
"Hello, Uncle Rube! Didn't you
borrow a little money from me sev-
eral weeks ago?"
"Dat's right, runnel," said Uie old
man. "I sholy did."
"You told me you'd pay it back In
three or four days. Have you had
"No, suh," responded Uncle Reuben.
"I'll tell you how It was, cunnel. I
dlahs an' a half o'
j , , .. .. | — - to put In de Bavin's
Sown paint for them if they will take lmnk, 1t
Has I hare. I am scarcely erer with. rlRht, cunnol , f(J.glt u
Many people think
it strange that I am
not broken down
with hard work and
the rare of inv fam-
ily, but I tell them of my good friend. |
rour Vegetable Compound, and that larked Jes' two doll
there will be no backache and bearing havin* ten dollars to
out it in the bouse.
"1 will say also that I think there is | Companion
po better medicine to be found for
young girls to build them up and main Important to Mothers
them strong and well. Mr eldest! Examine carefully every bottle of
[laughter has taken Lydia E. rink* CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for
ham's Vegetable Compound for pain- infants and children, and see that it i
Till periodsand irregularity, and it has
always helped her.
"I am ulw
mi ready and willing to . -
fepoak a good word for the Lydia E. ,n ' *e For ()vpr 30 Years,
plnkham s Remedies. I tell every one ^ * *■" *
meet that I owe my health and hap.
| iness to these wonderful medicines."
—M rs. J. O. J oilnson, ScottTille, Mich..
Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com-
rKHind, made from native roots and
lerbs, contains no narrotics or harm-
ful drugs, and to-day holds the record
for the largest number of actual cures
of female diseases.
NO CHANCE TO COMMIT SUICIDE.
)ver 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
The Serpent—What's Adam so
grouchy about today?
The Ape—Oh, he says that the ar-
rival of woman means thnt all his
^ilans for universal peace have been
«nocked In the head for good.—I'uck
as arv Icicle
If you want to think of crisp
winter weather and sparkling frost;
if you want to forget the heat anil the
dust and thethirst for real, cool comfort
As sparkling, wholesome and refreshing as a spring
house icicle. So next time you're hot or tired
or thirsty, if you're anywhere near a place that
sells Coca-Cola, go in and give yourself a
DELICIOUS — FEFRESHINQ
' l booklet.
DID THE BEST HE COULD.
Sheer white goods in fact, any fine
Wash goods when new, owe much of
their attractiveness to the way they
are laundered, this being done in a
manner to enhance their textile beau-
ty. Home laundering would be equal-
ly satisfactory if proper attention was
given to starching, the first essential
being good Starch, which has sufficient tells
strength to stiffen, without thickening
the goods. Try Defiance Starch and
you will be pleasantly surprised at the
improved appearance of your work.
of justice that the defendant asso-
ciation practically controls distribu-
tion of magazines and other period-
icals through what is known to the
jobbers and the trade as a clearing
house. It Is said that dealers who
have not charged the prices pre-
scribed by the clearing house have
been discriminated against.
of missouri crops
But Little Change in Ten Years-
Yield for 1909 Worth More
This is a funny little stunt enjoyed
•like by old and young. If one has
never tfled it It Is very amusing to
find anything with your eyes shut or
to Judge distances.
First place a piece of paper on the
floor before you, shut your eyes, walk
backward two steps; then try to walk
on the paper and pick it up. Then
stick a pin in the wall about four feet
up and try to pick it off blindfolded.
Stand about five or six feet away from
a table, shut your eyes; then try to
walk up to It without knocking
against it."—Woman's World.
Washington, D, C.—Areas devoted
to staple crops in Missouri have
not changed much in ten years. The
census report for the state, issued
recently, shows decrease of 4 per cent i
in the corn area and 2 per cent in !
wheat, while the oats area increased
17 per cent, hay 4 per cent and po-
tatoes 2.4 per cent. The total area
in cereals in 1909 was 10,240,370 acres,
1.8 per cent less than in 1899.
The area, yield and value of the
principal crops in Missouri in 1909
are here shown:
Harm in Too Much Exercise.
Dr. Lawrason Brown and Dr. F. H.
tieise of Saranac Lake, in an article
on "Properly Regulated Rest and Ex-
ercise in Pulmonary Tuberculosis," in
the June number of the Journal of the
Outdoor Life, holds that the action
of the poisonous germs of this disease
on the body is very similar to that of
overexerclse. The poisonous irrita-
tions caused by the germs gives the
organs and tissues of the body a dou-
ble load to carry. Drs. Brown and
Heise emphasize the importance of
rest in the treatments of tuberculo-
sis, but also insist that properly reg-
ulated exercise is very necessary.
They state their conclusions thus:
"To sum up, exercise when properly
regulated and systematically graded
is an Important factor in the treat-
ment of pulmonary tuberculosis.
Through it the patient is in many
cases returned to home and family
with lessened chances of future re-
lapse. At the same time part of his
earning capacity Is restored and he
Is consequently financially less de-
pendent upon others, relieving him of
much worry, expense and har4sh\p.*
Area. Yield, bu. Value.
Corn 7,l"J.41ft liu.oir>.:.: :5 $107.im.701
Wheat ....2,014,918 29,8011,58!) 1M.SIM,851
Outs 1,070, "7 J4.I'll 1<
Potatoes .. 9 ;,17:: 7,7-7. :r.o 1.413,91]
Hay. Forage 3.G2J.19J *4,087,720 so-i. 75j
The total value of all field crops in
Missouri in 1909 was $154,701,033.
kansas after bank robbers
J. N. Dolley Proposes to Stop Swind-
lers and Burglars of Banks—
Secret Service Organized.
Topeka, Kansas.—J. N. Dolley state
bank commissioner, has organized a
secret service bureau. After going
thoroughly into the question of pro-
tection against bank robbers and
bank swindlers for the Kansas state
banks, he has outlined a plan by
which he expects to drive this class
of criminals from Kansas.
There will be three men connected
with the bureau, two members on
duty at all times in the field. Should
a bank be robbed or attacked these
men will be ordered to the place of
the robbery by the first train to rue
down the robbers.
When the train hit it was at first
believed by the passengers that here
had been a collision. The next mo-
ment, however, the crack of revolvers
acquainted them with the real cause.
As the train stopped several of the
passengers alighted to learn the trou-
ble. Their presence drew the fire of
the masked men and there was a stam-
pede to re-enter the cars.
An unidentified passenger who,
braver than the rest, cauht hold of one
of the robbers, was picked up bodily
and thrown over a 300-foot embank-
The man's head, face and body were
badly cut and his clothing torn from
his back. Ho was taken to a hospital
fn an unconscious condition.
The spot selected by the robbers was
Ideal for their work. On one side is ;*
large ravine and the other is a dense
woods. It was from this point that
r. 11 of them made their appearance.
Almost before the train had reach-
ed the obctruetion the masked bandits
had taken up their positions at prac-
tically every entrance to the cars.
When the passenoers began nouri 1 ,
from the train there were cries from
the men to get hack to the cars. When
several of the excited passengers fall-
<■>1 to take his advice the bandits
opened fire. They shot along the sides
of the cars, level with the windows,
and this put an end to the curosit> of
w.iujii iue cars there was a panic.
Several women fainted, while the
screams of others caused confusion.
The train arrived here about mid-
night. The passengers were dazed
irom fright and could not give a con- i
nected story of what had taken place.
Many of the women were hysterical
and required medical attention.
Many of those aboard were from
Philadelphia, Buffalo and intermediate
points. The train was made up of four
day coaches and two Pullmaifs
BORDER GUARD REDUCED.
Taft Authorizes Withdrawal of Part ot
Maneuver Division Along Mexi-
''Officer, there is a man fn that flat
who fa frying to cut his throat."
"Don't worry about it; there isn't
room for him to do it."
BABY'S HAIR ALL CAME OUT
"When my first baby was six
months oid he broke out on his head
with little bumps. ' .They would dry
up and leave u scare Tnen It would
break out again and It spread all over
his head. All the hair came out and
his head wrs scaly all over. Then his
face broke out all over in red bumps
and it kept spreading until It was on
his hands and arms. I bought several
boxes of ointment, gave him blood
medicine, and had two doctors to treat
him, but he got worse all the time. He
had it about six months when a friend
told me about Cuticura. I sent and
got a bottle of Cuticura Resolvent, a
cake of Cuticura Soap and & box of
"Is this your ball over hero?"
"Is It In a hole?"
"A deep hole?"
"With slightly overhanging banks
so you can't possibly get at it?"
"Then It's ray ball, all right."
THE TRUTH ABOUT BLUING.
Talk No. 10.
Tie thrifty on this littlo thing. Don't
accept water for bluing. Think of it,
a little dab cf bluing in a largo bot-
tle of water. Give me 10 cents. Well
I guess not.
Buy RED CROSS BALL BLUE.
Best bluing value in the whole world
for the consumer. Makes tho wholo
family smile. Large packages. AT
Some Aviation Records.
Czar Ferdinand of Bulgaria is tho
first crowned head who has made an
aeroplane flight. The aviator who
took him up is the first man who ever
whs knighted in midair. Prince Henry
of Prussia is the first professional
aviator of royal rank. Mr. Roosevelt
is the first prominent statesman to
have made an ascension In an aero-
plane. Arthur J. Balfour is tho sec-
Mr. Bugg — Why, I expected this
message two days ago.
Snail Messenger—It's not my fault,
the company only gave It to rao a
"Hen," said his friend, waking up
from a reverie in which he had been
gazing abstractedly at the shiny ex
panse of Hen's skatln'-rink-for-flics, "Is
there nothing you could do for your
Hen, by the way, la only forty.
"No, lad!" ho replied with de-
cision. "Fifteen years ago I was
courting strong, and I tried lots o'
things. But about that time t' prince
of Wales—Edward, you know—came
to open t' new hospital, and I said to
myself ns soon as I saw him liftin*
his hat to t' crowd, 'Ben, my lad, tha
con give it up as a bad Job, and save
thy brass. If there was owt 'at 'ud
• tire u bald heead they'd ha' cured
Heathen Nations Invent Nothing.
Bishop Thoburn, who has been a
missionary In India for fifty years,
and knows India better than any other
living American, says: "If you visit
the patent office at Washington you
will see six hundred improvements on
the plow. India has not invented one
improvement on the toothpick In two
thousand years. The nations without
God have no inventive faculty. They
Ointment. In three days Jire almost universally the savage,
When He Quit Coffee.
Life Insurance Companies will not
Insure a man suffering from heart
The reason is obvious.
This is a serious matter to the hus-
band or father who Is solicitous for
the future of his dear ones. Often
the heart trouble is caused by an un-
expected thing and can be corrected if
taken in time and properly treated. A
man In Colorado writes:
"I was a great coffee drinker for
many years, and was not aware of the
Injurious effects of the habit till I
became a practical invalid, suffering
from heart trouble, indigestion and
nervousness to an extent that made
mo wretchedly miserable myself and
c nuisance to those who witnessed my
"I continued to drink coffee, how-
ever, not suspecting that it was the
cause of my ill-health, till on applying
for life insurance I was rejected on ac-
count of the trouble with my heart.
Then I became alarmed. I found that
leaving off coffee helped me quickly, so
I quit It altogether and having been
attracted by the advertisements of
Postum I began its use.
"The change in my condition was re-
markable. All my ailments vanished.
My digestion was completely restored,
my nervousness disappeared, and.
most important of all, my heart stead-
led down and became normal, and on a
second examination I was accepted by
the Life Insurance Co. Quitting coffee
and using Postum worked the change."
Name given by Postum Co., Battle
"There's a reason," and it is ex-
plained in the little book, "The Road
to Wellville," In pkgs.
Ever rend the above letter? A new
one apprara from time to time. They
■re urnulue. true, aid (nil of humaa
Washington, D. C.—Leaving on the
Mexican border a military force ade-
quate to meet any emergency that
might arise, President Taft today au-
thorized the withdrawal of the man-
euver division of four regiments of in-
fantry, the I.'inth cavalry and the
Fourth field artillery. The infantry
regiments to be withdrawn have not
yet been selected. The following
troops will remain in Texas: A brigade-
' of infantry, composed of regiments not
Leavenworth Kansas.—W. S. Gear- j under orders to go to the Philippines;
hart, state highway engineer, will I two regiments of coast artillery; part
send an engineer to Lansing to go of the Third and Eleventh savalry, and
over the route of the Leavenworth- j Part of the Third field artillery. The
Kansas City boulevard and eliminate ' Eleventh cavalry will probably be sta- |
after using them he began to Improve.
He began to take long naps and to
stop scratching his head. After taking
two bottles of Resolvent, two boxes of
Ointment and three cakes of Soap he
was sound and well, and never had
any breaking out of any kind. Hia
hair came out in little curls all over
his head. I don't think anything else
would have cured him except Cuticura.
"I have bought Cuticura Ointment
and Soap several times since to use
for cuts and sores and have never
known them to fall to cure what I put
them on. I think Cuticura is a great
remedy and would advise any one to
enlightened nations of the earth."
Why He Quit.
"Haven't I the privilege of making
suggestions to the man fixing the
lawn?" ahe asked, with tears In her
"Why, certainly," he assured her.
"Well, Just because I made a sug-
gestion to him he threw all his tools
In the wheelbarrow in an angry man-
ner and went away without saying a
"Why, what had you said to make
him act like that?"
FEELS LIKE A BOY.
Since Doan's Kidney Pills Cured Him
of Terrible Kidney Trouble.
Sheldon Smith, Prop. Arlington
House, Woodland, Cal., says: "Three
years I was almost
helpless. Kidney se-
cretions scalded ter-
ribly and obliged me
to arise ten to twelve
times a night. My
left limb became so
stiff and sore I could
hardly walk — Just,
hobbled around with
,a cane. I had alinoBt
every complaint that
diseased kidneys pro-
duce, and Doan's Kid-
ney Pills removed them all. At the age
of 76 1 feel like a boy and enjoy health
and comfort. Can anyone wonder at
Remember the name—Doan's.
For sale by druggists and general
storekeepers everywhere. Price &0o.
Foster-Miibuni Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
LF.AVENW0RTH MACADAM ROAD
Warden Codding Says Convicts Will
Begin on Last Seven Miles
"I Just asked him to plant a few
use it. Cuticura Soap is the best that nice dandelions In the lawn."
I have ever used for toilet ilirposes." |
(Signed) Mrs. F. E. Harmon, R. F. D.
2, Atoka, Tenn., Sept. 10, 1910.
several Jogs and hills in the seven-
mile connection to be built between
Lansing and Piper station.
Warden Codding will oe ready to
put a gang of convicts to work early
next month on the two-mile river
Mexico Will Prosper Now.
Kansas City, Missouri.—"Mexico is
the most hospitable country on the
globe. The possibilities in Mexico
are Just being realized. The United
States doesn't want to absorb the
country, but it does need to come in-
to a closer relationship with it. Mex-
ico, since the revolution, will be a
greater and a more prosperous coun-
try than ever before in its history."
Those statements were made here
by C. M. Wellsford, who for the last
15 years has lived in the state of
Died Feeding Chickens.
Garnett, Kansas.—Mrs. Caroline
Bouse, who lived in the western part
of this county, fell dead while feed-
ing chickens at her home. She was
70 years old and a pioneer In this
part of Kansas.
Russia's First Dreadnought.
St. Petersburg, Russia.—Russia's
first dreadnought, Sevastopol, is
launched. The ship has a displace-
ment of 23,000 tons and with 42,000-
horsepower a speed of 23 knots an
Honed at Kerrville. near San Antonio.
The border patrol will not be disturb-
ed, the Fourth, Sixth and part of the
First cavalry remaining at their pres-
ent stations. The twenty-second and
Twenty-third infantry and the Third
cavalry will remain in Texas.
Labor Unions to Aid.
Indianapolis, Ind.—Every member o!
a labor union In this country is to be
asked to contribute 25 cents toward
the defense of John J. and James B.
McNamara, charged with dynamiting
outrages in Ix>s Angeles, according to
a plan adopted by Samuel Gompers,
president of the American Federation
of Labor, and other national labor or-
ganization officials. It is expected in
this way to raise a defense fund ot
$500,000 this summer.
A New Sensation.
Little Jean had visited one of the
large summer amusement parks for
the first time, and with the courage
possessed only by those girls whose
playmates are boys and girls older
than themselves, she had not hesi-
i tated, when invited, to take a ride on
one of the "thrillers" that abound In
I "To her mother, on her return from
the park, she confided the emotions
she had experienced as she swept
round the curves of the "figure eight"
with her elder brothers.
i "Mamma," she said, "when I went
round those awful turns so fast I felt
just as if I had freckles on my
Cannot Be Right.
"What is the right thing to do when
your wife asks you for money and
you haven't got it?"
"Under those circumstances any-
thing you do will be wrong."
The bishop of Manchester, speaking
at a meeting at Church house, West-
minster, said the secret of happiness
was to have a sufficient multitude of
The man who had only one worry,
a blind that would not be pulled up
straight by the servant, or a coal
scuttle the bottom of which was al-
ways coming out, found his way to
the lunatic asylum, but the man who
had no time to dwell upon his wor-
ries because he had to go from one to
another, and back again and round
and round like a squirrel In a cage,
could be a perfectly happy man.
Lead In Salt Industry.
The six leading states In the salt
Industry are Michigan, New York,
Ohio, Kansas, Louisiana and Cali-
fornia, and In 1909 these six states
produced salt valued at $7,714,557.
The salt from these states is obtained
from rock salt, sea water and natural
brine—in other words, from all the CARTER S LITTLE
THE RESORT 0E THE OZARK?
Yours for health or pleasure. Round
trip tickets on sale daily. A beau-
tifully illustrated booklet free, also
rates and information. Write,
C. D. WHITNEY, Traflic Manege*
M. A N. A. I, R,
Eureka Springe Arkansas
Make the Liver
Do its Duty
Nine times in ten when the liver !|
right the stomach and bowels are right
known sources of salt.
Mistress (hastily sticking a finger
into either ear)—Kittle, for heaven's
sake! what does that frightful noise
and profanity in the kitchen mean?
Kittle—Oh, that's nothln', ma'am!
It's on'y cook rejectln' a propos'l av
j marrij from the ashman!—Harper's
Eight Men Killed.
Buffalo, X. Y.—Eight lives were lost
in the collapse of one of the main
buildings of the new $400,000 water-
works at Proctor avenue and the wa-
ter front today. Four of the dead
have been identified and four are still
buried beneath tons of twisted steel
and masses of concrete where it is Im-
possible that one of them could have
survived. Four others were injured.
All the dead and missing were tin-
smiths of this city.
AM) . . ...
T k« the Old Standard UROVB'S TAHTMI.BHtJ
■ • ~ - • IW What yon arw taking.
Diinw-d on «T*rj bi
and tha Iron builds
drttiera tor 30 year*. Price 60 cent*.
OH ILL TONIC. Yon k..
The formula Is plainly ,
■bowing It la simply Qulnl
— _.1tm o
p the ayatam. Sold by ail
"Why don't you get In line for Mies
"Humph! That line's busy."
Mrs. M.—Who did you vote for?
Mrs. N.—I don't remember nls
name. He gave me his seat In the
street car last week.
Mrs. Wlnslow'n Soothing Syrup for Children
teething, aoflena the xuidh, reduces Inflamma
tlon. allays pain, cures wind colic. S5c a bottle.
In being the architect of your own
fortune dCVt Indulge In too much fret-
With a smooth Iron and Defiance
Starch, you can launder your shirt-
waist Just as well at home as the
steam laundry can; It will have the
proper stiffness and finish, there will
be less wear and tear of the goods,
%Dd it will be a positive pleasure to
use a Starch that does not stick to
"I hear one of your exhibits took a
prize at the dog and poultry show."
"Well, keep still about It. I en-
tered a skye terrier and he took first
prize as a Mongolian hen!"
Wichita, Knnwis, June 12, 1911.—The
Farmers and Bankers Life Insurance Com-
pany of this city continues its Hplendid
progress and now already reports that it
has passed the $600,000.00 mark by a large
margin. The success of this Company is
certainly remarkable and also indicative
of the welcome which KAnsaiia generally
extend to home institutions.
gently but firmly c
pel a lazy liver I
do its duty.
and Distress After Eating.
SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICK.
Genuine must bear Signature
For Storing Grain
Tanks of all Kinds
Write for Catalogue
Columbian Steel Tank Co.
1117 W. 12tk St., Kastst City. Ma.
In the Future.
"How did you get your start In
"I got a flying start; I was born In
If you make a fool of yourself don't
take It too much to heart. The world
Is full of people who are kicking
You pay 10c tor cigars not so good.
All mankind loves a lover.-
stack and /v1achiinb
FONCA TKNT A AWNING COMPANY
SOU West Duuflsa Wichita, HuusaA
The Western Iron A Fdry. Co.
Manufacturers, Wichita. Kansas
StMl and Iron Ma-
terial for Bulldlnga
W. N. U, WICHITA, NO. 27-1911.
Death Lurks In A Weak Heart
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Lower, Sue L. The Dover News. (Dover, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 18, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 6, 1911, newspaper, July 6, 1911; Dover, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc107000/m1/3/: accessed August 4, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.