The Dover News. (Dover, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 26, 1911 Page: 3 of 4
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O*on In Massachusetts.
J. D. Avery of Shelburne Falls is
surely the king of oxen in this part
of the country Ai the Prattleboro ti.ir
recently he has bad the most wonder
ful exhibit of oxen, and in all the test.->
of strength for puliling heavy boat
loads- oi stone his oxen have cleaned
the decks. One of the secrets in these
tests is the way the oxen are man-
aged and driven. Mr Avery does his
own driving and is a master at the
business The other day again, as tht
day before, he cleared everything be- j
fore him in the ox pulling ring by tak
ing all three prizes in the free for all 1
class and hist and second in the 3,SOU
The load drawn In the 3,500 class
was about i>,106, while the veteran ox
man made an exhibition pull of nine
feet In the free for all claBs with a
fancy pair of Devons with a load of
IQtfM, which is tbi UnMt load
drawn nt Ilrattleboro since he pulled
over 11.000 with his famous pair of
Hoist Bin."—Hampshire Gazette.
Effective greenery for the dining
room table may be made by plant im:
the seeds of grapefruit. Sow them ;
thickly, and In two weeks, if the earth I
Is good and has been kept moist In a J
warm place, the little shoots appenr.
Two weeks more and the leaves un
fold, and very soon there is a mass of
rich, glossy green, which is not af
fected by gas of furuace heat.—Subur-
Would Arrest Him Anyway.
Serges t — "Ait! Titfte Murphy's
name for tnlkin' in the ranks.
Corporal—W'y, sergeant, 'e weren't
Sergeant—Wasn't he? Well, cross
it out an' put Mm in the guardroom for
deceivin' me Tatler.
Poet—In winter 1 write poems to
keep the wolf from the door.
Poet—And in summer I have to
keep on writing poems so the iceman
will stop at the door.
f laud that tiu
had filed upon t
d the i
rs knew that
When Friendship Counts.
The doors of the deformed man are
always locked, and the key Is on the
outside. He may have treasures of
charm insiile, but they will never be
revealed unless the person outside co-
operates with him iti unlocking the j
door. A friend becomes, to a much
greater degree than with the ordinary
man, the indispensable means of dis j
covering one's own personality. One
only exists, so to speak, with friends.
It is easy to see how hopelessly such
a sensitiveness incapacitates n man
for business, professional or Boclal i
life, where the hasty and superficial I
iiupr< sFion Is everything, and disas j
ter is the fate of the man who has
not all the treasures of his personal-
ity in the front window where they '
can be readily inspected and ap- i
praised. — From the September At 1
The noblest work of God is man, but
you can't make some married women
A woman is apt to regard a bachelor
as a man who Is too much of a coward
to get •married.
Judge—You should have known bet-
ter than drive fast while crossing that
bridge; didn't you see the sign "Walk
Prisoner—Dat's right, Jedge; but
dem was mules what 1 were driving.
The shortest words sometimes carry
the most wight.
U !! in M w
Curfti in One Bay
f Mnnvon's Odd
Remedy will break up nm cold r
vent pneumonia. It relieves tli
throat iind lunu* almost iiiHtnntl)
2" rents at am druBgiMt's. ot sent j
If you need Medical advice write to
Munyon's Doctors. They will carefully
diagnose your case and give you advice by
ma i. ai solutcly Ine.
Address Profit ■ r Munyon, 53d and
Jefferson streets, Philadelphia, Pa.
Sloan's Liniment is good for pain of
any sort It penetrates, without rubbing,
through the muscular tissue right to the
bone—relieves the congestion and gives
permanent as well as temporary relief.
A. W. Lav of Lafayette, Ala., writes: —
" I had rheumatism for five y«ars. I tried
doctors and several different remedies but
they did not help me. I obtained a bottle
of Sloan's Liniment which did me so much
good that I would not do without it
Thomas L. Rice of fcListon, Fa.,
writes: "I have used Sroan's Lini-
ment and find it first-class for rheu-
Mr. G.G. Jones of Baldwins, L.I.,
writes:—"I have found Sloan's Lin-
iment par excellence. I have us 'd it for broken sinews above the knee
cap caused by a fall, and to my gieat satisfaction 1 was able to resume
my duties in less than three weeks after the accident."
is an excellent remedy for sprains, bruises, sore throat, asthma.
No rubbing necessary—you can apply with a brush.
At all dealers. Price, 25c., 50c. & $tmOO*
Sloan's Book on Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Poultry sent free. Address
Dr. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS.
We have a very fine course in phar-
macy," says the president of the col-
lege to the father of the student who
"I'm glad to hear that. My boy ex-
pects to become a druggist.'
Well, we give special lectures on
soap, stamps, cigars, perfumery, soda
water, candy, city directories, tele-
phone books and stationery."—Life.
WILL YOU TRAP THIS SEASON!
ir 50 YOU WILL WANT OUR COMPLETE PRICE
LIST ON RAW FURS ITS FREE
Madge—Was George fooling while
you were playing golf?
Marjorie—Gracious, I hope not?
Why I accepted him.—Llppincott's.
A man may consider himself truly
famous when he has five-cent cigars
and yellow dogs named after him.
DIRECT BUYERS OF FURS
L0TZBR0S 113-115 ELM ST ST LOU IS.
Ci WANTED-County Hepresentatives foi
j\ Success llund Vuniuiti Cleaner. Sui.orioi
f to any Cleaner made,either llandor f'owei
/? n or Stationary Plant.. \V« prove this In any
ft B routes!. largest hotels titling Surest
(LB ( lennorv Hi wst Wind of profit-. Ill Kill.
- MIMIIIi.lUll'i.M, 11 It V* outl M,, W ilklutliurfc, I k.
If You Have a Sickly
Youngster Try This Free
Cnlted States district attorney at Guth-
rie ,the company holds illeg il posses-
sion, and the titles should be ceneele 1,
the ownership of the lands rt
to tin? government.
The young wonu
the land just prior to i
Oklahoma selected quart
that were ciohe to the ranch hous*
headquarters of the cattle eotnapny.
Since statehood old Beaver county has
been divided and the contested land Is
now in Texas county. When the com-
pany (ie-ir d to extend the limit* f
the ranch, the land filed upon by the
three young women from Kansas City
was purchased The comapny has
In rue holdings in that seitioti of the
Quail on Hotel M-nus.
Oklahoma City* Okls. Th< restaur
ant or hotel-keeper who wishes to run
his place a la Broadway. New York,
and who places before his guests a
menu with game animals and gatnt
birds thereon when such gamo t; out
of season, is Just as much a violator
of the state game laws as the m m
who goes out and kills the animais out
of season, according to a state m ut
sent out by the state fish and game
In fact lie Is even "in had" worse
than the hunter, since ti e f*v ♦ lhat
he advertises the game on his menu
Is evidence against him that he has
such game. The statement from the
office of Warden Doolin follows:
"The revised game laws of Oklaho-
ma in article 1, section 12, reads aa
"Mention of game or birds on the
menu of any hote lor restaurant or
boarding house shall he prima facie
evidence that such g.ime or birds a e
in possession of the proprietor of sue
hotel, restaurant or boarding house,
and that he Is offering them lor sale.
"Section 1,'article ;i, revised game
laws of Oklahoma, reads as follows:
"It shall be unlawful to sell, ofefr or
expose for sale at any time, -iny
game, ai.imals, game birds or non-
game birds or the nest or eggs of any
game birds protected by law."
Swanson County Fight All Over.
Lawton, Ok!a.—The Swanson county
fight has ended. No appeal will be
taken from the action of the federal
court denying injunction to prevent
the county's dissolution and the rec-
ords of the new county will be turned
over to Louis Terry, the receiver ap-
pointed by Kiowa county. Mountain
Park men have announced that thei."
next fight will be to take the Klowc
county seat away from Hobart.
Sans Eois Mine Abandoned.
Chant-McCurtain, Okla.—Mine No. 3,
one of the largest mines In the San
Hois fields, has been abandoned by
the Sans Hois Coal company. Four nu i
dred men are thrown out of employ
ment as a result of the suspension
The mine has been operated at a losa
for some time owing to the large per
cent of unmarketable coal it yielded.
Leasing of Land to be Advocated.
Pawhuska, Okla.—The committee
appointed by the Osage meeting last
June, finished its labor and is pre-
paring its report to present to the
council. The report will recommend
the leasing of all Osage lands for the
remainder of the reservation time,
| about twenty-one years. It does not
present a definite plan, but advises
the protection of the surface holder on
agricultural lands. It urges that al
gas found he retained in Osage county
for the purpose of Inducing the loca
tlon of manufacturing Institutions. The
question of royalties was discussed at
length with Secretary Adams during
! his visit Wednesday night, some ( f the
| Indians favoring as high as one-third
I of the production. The report prob-
ably will be made to the council as
soon as the stenographer can trans-
cribe his notes.
Oklahoma Farmer Kills Himself.
Guthrie, Okla.—James H. Hasnich, a
white renter on a farm belonging to
Chief Albert Brcwn of the Osage In-
dian tribe, shot and killed himself fol-
lowing the death of his favorite daugh.
ter and separation froiii his wife.
Name of Trail "Chisholm."
Oklahoma City, Okla.— Alex W. Fain
for many years agent cf the Seminoles,
declares that the name of the famous
trail was "Chisholm' and not "Chism,"
as contended by some in connection
with a controversy which has arisen
over the proper naming of the propos-
ed highway. Mr. Fain says: "I knew
Jesse Chisholm, son of William E.
Chisholm. I wont up the Chisholm
trail from Barrett's ranch, Bell coun-
ty, Tex., 410W Temple, Tex., to Kills-
worth, Kan., In 1871."
Before takin? Lydia LPinkhara's
Xatick, Mass.— "I cannot express
what 1 went through during the change
lot lite before I tried
ll.ydia K. l'iukliam's
'pound. 1 was in such
la nervous condition
II could not keep
still. M v ii tubs
j were colu, 1 had
pJand 1 could not sleep
Vyniights. 1 was finally
V told by two phvs-
jjiclans that J also
^—-Jliadu tumor. 1 read
one day of the wonderful cures made
by Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound and decided to try it,
and it had made 1110 a well woman.
My neighbors and friends declare it
had worki d 1 miracle for na 1 yd! 1
K. IMukham's Vi gctable Compound is
v irth its weight In gold for women
during this period of life. If it will
help others you may publish my
letter."- Mrs. Nathan B. kkaton,
51 N. Main .street, Matick, Mass.
The Change of Life is the most criti-
cal period of a woman's existence.
Women everywhere should remember
that there is" no other remedy known
to medicine that will so successfully
carry women through this trving
period as Lydia K. Pinkham's Vege-
If you would like Rpeclnl advice
ul>out your case write u confiden-
tial letter to Mn« Pinkbam« at
Lynn, 31 ass. Iler advice is free,
uud always helpful.
Is of Scotch Origin.
Ellen Key, who has written n num-
ber of books and has had much to do
with molding public opinion In Swe-
den. is descended from a Scotch high-
lander, Colonel McKay, who fought un
tier Gustavus Adolphus. In 1880 her fn
ther lost all his money, and Miss Key
went to work as a teacher. She then
gave lectures and him for 20 years
been lecturer on the history of civili-
zation at the Popular University of
ALMOST CRAZY WITH ECZEMA
"I, the undersigned, cannot give
enough praise to the Cutlcura Rem-
edies. 1 had been doctoring for at
least a year for eczema on my foot. I
had tried doctor alter doctor all to
no avail. When a young girl I sprained
my ankle three different times, paying
little or no attention to it, when five
years ago a small spot showed upon
my left ankle. 1 was worried and sent
for a doctor, lie said it was eczema.
He drew a small bono from the ankle
about the size of a match and about
an inch long. The small hole grew
to about the size of an apple, and the
eczema spread to the knee. The doc-
tors never could heal the hole in the
ankle. The whole foot ran water all
"My husband and my sons were up
night and day wheeling me from one
room to another in the hope of giving
me some relief. I would sit for hours
at a time In front of the fireplace
hoping for daybreak. The pain was
so intense 1 was almost crazy, In fact,
I would lose my reason for hours at
a time. Ono day a friend of mine
dropped In to see me. No more had
she glanced at my foot than she ex-
claimed: 'Mrs. Finnegan. why In the
world don't you try the Cutlcura Rem-
edies!' Being disgusted with the doc-
tors and their medicines, and not be-
ing able to sleep at all, I decided to
give the Cuticura Soap and Cutlcura
Ointment a trial. After using them
three days that night I slept as sound
as a silver dollar for eight long hours.
I awoke In the morning with but very
little pain. In fact, I thought I was
in heaven. After using the Cutlcura
Remedies for three months I was per-
fectly restored to health, thanks to
the Cuticura Soap and Ointment. I
will be sixty-four years of age my
next birthday, hale and hearty at pres-
ent." (Signed) Mrs. Julia Finnegan,
2234 Hebert St., St. Louis, Mo., Mar.
7, 1911. Although Cuticura Soap and
Ointment are sold by druggists and
dealers everywhere, a sample of each,
with 32-page book, will be mailed
free on application to "Cuticura,"
Dept. 12 K, Boston.
HE GETS AWAY WITH IT
Variety Actor Tackles Second Grava-
digger In Hamlet and Steals All
A company placing "Hamlet" was
forced to find an actor to play the
Second ti raved ig^er on account of the
tlluess of the second comedian of the
company The only actor available
Has a variety performer, who had no
reverence lor Shakespeare ami uo re-
spect for the traditions of the classic
drama The Second Gravedifger was
a comedy part, pnd he knew lhat he
could "get away with it."
When the First Gravedlgger threw
off the first waistcoat, revealing an
other uuderneath, the audieuce tit
tered. The removal of the second
waistcoat brought a loud laugh, and
the third produced a roar. The First
Gravedlgger was delighted. He had
never played to such an appreciative
audience, and visions of good notices
in the papers and a possible increase
in salary hegau to loom up before his
eyes. As he thiew off the fourth
waistcoat he turned partly around,
and the cause of the uuusual hit was
disclosed to him.
The Second Gravedlgger, being ac-'
customed to build laughs on lines and
business of other actors, saw his op- 1
port unity and seized it. As fast as |
the First Gravedlgger would throw ,
the waistcoats 011 the ground, the
variety comedian would pick them up
aud put them on. The new business
was much funnier to the audience
than the old, with which It was thor-
Not content with having stolen the? ■
laughs from the regular comedian in 1
this scene, the new man went fur- 1
ther When the First Gravedlgger I
said to him, "Go, get thee to Yaugh j
an; fetch me a stoup of liquor" (to
which there Is no reply In the text), 1
the assistant sexton replied:
"Yaughan told me to tell you that
you couldn't have any more liquor
Iroui him 'til you paid for the last you
The Very Worst.
Clement J. Drlscoll, at a dinner in
New York, told a number of amusing
stories about his strenuous life as
commissioner of weights and meas-
ures last year.
"A friend of mine," said Mr. Drls-
coll, "noticed one morning that his
grocer looked very sad. 'What's the
matter, old man?* my friend asked
jokingly. 'The weights and measures
man hasn't been dropping in on you,
"'Yes, he has,'snapped the grocer.
" 'But you don't really mean to say,' I
exclaimed my friend, 'that he caught '
you giving only fifteen ounces to the j
"'Worse than that!' groaned the
grocer. 'I've been giving seventeen.' "
Successful Economy !n
V.'.-t houN.'\vlv#Mi uiauni •
I ' • . M «.t' t ■ 1 W I * '
,h u they hM\e t««n . tin .1..
iavr to it kIikM tent—hue wli<-n
K can" baking P<
ti*, A and the |>r< portto
enm are - ' « \ ut an<1
KVIlllY ImWIiU ...me*
\ilumet, a baklnK pow
vaya r. ly upon ' Von
Salve to Conscience.
It was at a concert, where the re !
moval of hats was not obligatory, still
the woman with a conscience wished
to be accommodating. She turned to
the woman sitting beside her and
"Does my hat bother you?"
"Not In the least," said the other ;
woman sweetly, so the woman with a
conscience settled complacently back
to listen to the music while persons
on the hack seats twisted their necks
out of joint trying to see around her !
"What did you lose on that wrest- ,
"About nine tenths of my respect for ,
the human race."
Smokers find Lewis' Single Hinder So
cignr better quality than most 10c cigarw
All the world's a stage, and all the
men and women are merely kickers.
< Mf"'* ™
The t 1' * * *. — mto the
Wooden I lor** outside the wall of
\N e tni^bt be mSmI the first caf
rowdies, they cried facetiously.—
1 00 much depends
upon the stomach
to allow this condi-
tion to continue.
You can tone,
strengthen and in-
vigorate the stom-
ach, liver and
bowels by the use of
PARKERS JUMPING KOHSL- v GREATEST MONFY MAKfR
CARNUJS Alldfcg*ftT. Ut' . ^Cir^THl ACL
ADDRCSS-PARKFR LtAV I.MttUH TM MANSA&
In view of the abnormal weather
which we have had this summer we
think a tribute of respect should be
paid to the memory of Gnbriel Daniel
Fahrenheit, who was born on Septem-
ber 18, either In 1736 or 1740, It Is
hard to say which. Before his clay sev-
eral atempts had been made to meas-
ure the heat level, not the heat, by
r tubes containing oil of spirits of wine,
but It lay with a bankrupt merchant
of Dantzig to show how the feat could
be successfully accomplished.
The first thermometers were made
with spirits of wine; but the ingeni-
ous Gabriel soon adopted mercury as
his medium, and so it has remained
to this day. His instruments speedily
to this day. HI* Instruments speedily
became known throughout the world,
and though a more rational method of
graduation has since been adopted, the
popular mind still clings to the Fah-
renheit scale. Our own Royal society
thought highly of this humble inven-
tor and acknowledged his genius by
making him one of Its fellows. To the
"Transactions" of the society he con- I
trlbuted several papers.—Pall Mall j
"Does your automobile go faster
than your neighbor's?''
'No," replied Mr. Chuggins. "But '
iny danger signal makes a much more
disagreeable noise than this."
. ; ,1 ALCOHOL —3 PER CENT
lit jj AVrfit'table Preparation for As
sjtii I similiilin^lheFoodaticinegula
i ling the Stomachs and Bowels of
j ness and Rest Contains neither
t Opium.Morphine nor Mineral
Not Nahc 6th:
Krtipt rfMi DrSAMV£lNK6SR
Mix - \
h'oihrllr ^ufts • I
Aunt i'tiJ * I
Ahmrnini - \
fiiCnrltnaUStfa • I
. W I
Cl.rSltd Su fir
Minfrrfrrm J-'/mor '
A perfeci Remedy forConsllpa
lion Sour Stonuu h i )iarrhO€a.
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish-
For Infanta and Children.
Ths Kind You Have
Bears tho /.
hiC ncss and Loss OF SLEEF
| FacSimile Signature of
The Centaur Company,
At6 months old . \i
td under the l ooila
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
"They tell me you took a flyer In
"Yes," replied Mr. Lambkin. "For
a little while I was considerably
"Can't say. Before I had time to
figure It up the market dropped and
' wiped me out."
SPOILVS DISTEMPKR CTRE will j
cure any nossihle case of DISTEMPER,
PINK EYE, and the like among homes j
of all ngeH, and prevents all othem in the
paine stable from having the disease. Also
cures chicken cholera, and dog distemper. 1
Any good druggist can supply you, or send j
to mfis. 50 cents ami $1.<X) a bottle. Agents
wanted. Free book. Spohn Medical Co., I
Spec. Contagious Diseases, Goshen, Ind.
Sometimes Not at Home.
Charity Worker—You poor soul! '
Does your husband always hang
around the house all day?
Mrs. Tenement (cheerfully)—In-
dade, no. Half the tolme he's In the
TO DRIVE OUT M \ LA It IA
AMI HI I LI) IPTIir SYRTFM
Toko tho Old Standard GllOVK'M TAHTBLhibS
CHILL TONIC. You know what yon are taking
Sometimes a girl gets confidential
and tells a man that a lot of other
men have tried to kiss her, but he Is
the only one who succeeded.
The family with young children that Is
Without dickness In the house now and
then is rare, and so It Is Important that
the head of the house should know what
to do in the little emergencies that arise.
A child with a serious ailment needs a
doctor, It is true, but In the majority of
Instances, as any doctor knows, the child
suffers from some Intestinal trouble,
There Is no sense In giving it a pill or
a remedy containing an opiate, nor is
flushing of the bowfla to be always rec-
ommended. Rather'give It a small dose
of a mild, gentle laxative, tonic like I)r.
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which, by clean-
ing out the bowels and strengthening ths
little stomach muscles, will Immediately
correct the trouble.
This Is not alone our opinion but that
of Mrs. N. If. Mead of Freeport, Kans.,
whose granddaughter has been taking It
successfully and of Mrs. J. R. Whiting
of Lena. Wis., who gives it to her chil-
dren and takes It herself. It Is sold In
fifty cent and one dollar bottles at every
drug store, but If you want to test It in
your family before you buy It send vour
address to Dr. Caldwell and he will for-
ward a supply free of charge.
For the froe sample address Dr. W. B.
Caldwell, 201 Caldwell building, Monti-
"Sir," said the haughty American
to his adhesive tailor, "I object to this
boorish dunning I would have you
know that my great-great-grandfather
was ore of the early settlers."
"And yet," sighed the anxious
tradesman, "there are people who be-
lieve in heredity."—Argonaut.
BF.AUTIFUL POST CARDS FREE
S *iid 2c fttauip for flvf nawplen of my v<-ry . hon -
est Gold BmboswHl Birthday. Flower ami Motto
Post Cards; beautiful colors and loveliest designs
Art 1'ottl Card Club. 731 .Jackson St.. Toptku Kansas
Shcots Former Wife In Dispute.
Guthrie, Okla.—After shooting ann
probably fatally wounding his divorced
wife, Mrs. Anna Short, on their farm
three miles north of Guthrie. W. J.
Short, a wealthy land owner, claims
he trie-j twice to kill himself with a
shoteun, which missed fire both times,
lie then went to a pond on the farm
and splashed around in the water, try-
ing to drown himself. He made no
resistance when Sheriff Bart Murphy
and Deputy Elmer Spencer arrested
Knicker—We can't carry revolvers
Bocker—But they didn't take away
the girls' hatpins.
All suppression of selfishness makes
the moment great. — Lydia Maria
You may have noticed how differ
ent men are from hogs. The latter
never want to do things that are not
good to them.
>.' • if •' V ' ••: l'X ' • • " '''Kv ,
OVER 2 MILLION PACKAGES SOLD WEEKLY ' v .,>/ >
W. L. DOUGLAS
•2.50, *3.00, *3.50 & *4.00 SHOES
Men and Women wear W.LDougla# shoes
because they are the best shoes produced in
this country for the price. Insist upon hav-
ing them. Take no other make.
THE STANDARD OF QUALITY
FOR OVER 30 YEARS
The assurance that goes wilh an estab-
lished reputation is your assurance in buying
W. L. Douglas shoes.
If 1 could take you into my large factories
at Brockton, Mass., and show you how
carefully W.L.Dou^las shoes are made, you
would then understand why they are war-
ranted to hold their shape, fit belter and
wear longer than any other make for the price
CAUTION Th" Kpn«>,"p nave \V. L. nonplus,,
________ name himI price Ktuuipe«l on bottom £
If you ean-ot obtain \V I* Dougta* "lioe* In ii'n l7 I'ATk of"inyKOVti7 Wi. "ai V.r.bor
v.. r t'ivt.1 wnte r. r eatfi!'^' Shoes -,.|.t dtreot *3. no SHOKS will ixmltlvelv out v e r
lVprepaid, w.l,. TWO l',\ I Its of ordinary l o>.lioe*
UOlOLA\ 146 tspark hi., Brockton, .Ylaa«- Fast Cuiur Lueleti, u^eil C'clutwely.
Constipation causen an<l aggravates many
serious disease*. It it* thoroughly cured by
Dr. Pierce's J'leanant Pellets. The favor-
ite family laxative.
Experience may be the best teacher,
but some people prefer a more fash-
Some of us are apt to take advice
that doesn't belong to us.
Your GROCER Has Just BOUGHT
the best thing you ever saw. A Tapioca
that does not require soaking or boiling.
It is called READY TO USE TAPIOCA and
bears that old satisfactory Label HARVEST
HOME. It is for desserts, puddings and
wherever the old fashioned Tapioca is used.
JETT & WOOD GROCER COMPANY, Wichita. U. S. A.
Imporlsrs, Wholesale Grocers, Coffee Roasters and Manufacturers.
Death Lurks In A Weak Heart
V*«r« !• fluttering r mk, im* "RENOVINC." Mad* hy
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Lower, Sue L. The Dover News. (Dover, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 26, 1911, newspaper, October 26, 1911; Dover, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc107031/m1/3/: accessed February 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.