The Ralston Reflector. (Ralston, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 35, Ed. 1 Friday, November 18, 1904 Page: 3 of 4
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The Ralston Reflector.
k c. maid, mr>
Caitaiacaats and equate ao cents
worth of any ether kind of bluinf.
Won't Spill or Break
Can't Spot Clothes
DttaCTIONt ron Utll
around in the Water*
New STATE NEWS
In the United States Court st Ryuv
the Jury brought In verdict of
Acquittal In the casea of Henry and
Tom Dosset, charged with the mur-
der of Drew Wade at Courtney, abou;
two years ago.
The United States court house at
Durant was badly damaged by fire
last week. The damage Is estimated
Big Hairpin Factory.
The greatest of the world's mann
factories of hairpins la at Pains wick
a village In the Stroud valley, at the
foot of the Cotawolds. There are no
fewer than three hundred persons em-
ployed in turning out these nines of
the boudoir, 4 hundreds of auto-
matic macb' In constant opera
tion trans miles of wire Into
tons of pins.—London En-
Down to the Soa In Shipe.
Statisticians find that something
like 2,000 vesaela of all sorts disap-
pear In the see every year, never to
bo beard from again, taking with
them lt,000 human beings, and In-
volving a money loss of $100,000,000.
Still we like tp think the world ad-
vances steadily toward the sill-
Men With Feminine Tastes.
Whenever a man Is found to have
tastes commonly considered feminine,
he Is almost sure to be a distinguished
personage. For Instance, 8ir Walter
Scott, Mohammed, Dr. Wolsey, Riche-
lieu. Montaigne, Pierre Lotl and the
poet Gray were all excessively fond of
A section of the Santa Fe bridge at
Purcell, which washed away duflng
the recent high water, was found
high and dry by some section men
near Calvin last week.
J. G. West, a farmer 50 years old,
living near Ravia, was shot and killed
Friday evening in a personal diffi-
culty. Ernest Roberts, A young
married man, has been arrested.
An Honest Opinion.
Mineral, Idabo, Nov. 14th.—(Spe-
cial.)—That a sure cure has been
discovered for those sciatic pains that
make sc many lives miserable, is the
firm opinion of Mr. D. 8. Colson. a
well known resident of this place,
and he does not hesitate to say that
cure is Dodd's Kidney Pills. The
reason Mr. Colson is so firm In hla
opinion Is that he had those terrible
pains and is cured. Speaking of the
matter he says:
"1 am only too happy to say Dodd's
Kidney Pills have done me lots of
good. I had awful pains In my hip
no I could hardly walk. Dodd's Kid-
ney Pills stopped It entirely. 1 think
they are a grand medicine."
All sciatic and Rheumatic pains are
caused by Uric Acid in the blood.
Dodd's Kidney Pills make healthy
Kidneys, and healthy Kidneys strain
all the Uric Acid out of the blood.
With the cause removed there can be
no Rheumatism .r Sciatica.
Walt Till He Cells.
When Messer Trouble comes lurk-
■ Mr down the etreet don't tear out and
embrace him. He may bave bualneaa
In another direction.
Waete Little Time In Japan.
In Japan people conduct their busi-
ness with wonderful celerity and with-
out waste of words. Even a sale by
auction is a very quiet affair. Each
bidder writes his name and the
amount of his bid upon a slip of pa-
per, which he then places In a bo*.
When the bidding is over the box Is
opened by the auctioneer and the
goods are declared the property of the
Kept Out Wltehss.
In England, up to comparatively re-
cent times, horseshoes were extens-
ively used slmost everywhere as antl-
witch charms, and the custom Is not
even yet an extinct one. No witch,
it used to be said, could enter a build-
ing over the door of which a horse-
shoe—or. better still, three horse-
shoe*—had been affixed, prongs
THIB TOUHO WOMAN APPEALED
VAIH FOE HELP.
Arrangements have been made by
Senator George Brett of Ponca City
to ship 16.000 head of cattle from
Mexico Into Oklahoma during the
present open season and feed them in
the Osagfe Indian country thlo winter.
John Philip Sousa, the "march
king." will tour Oklahoma and Indian
Territory this fall for the first time
In the history of his organization.
The band will play In Muskogee on
Thanksgiving night and will appear
at South McAlester on the afternoon
of that day.
The Indian Territory correspondent
of a Dallas paper was dumbfounded
on election day when he received a
telegram from his paper asking him
to send full returns of presidential
election In Indian Territory, as well
as results of the local vote In the ter-
ANOTHER LIFE saveb. —,
Mrs. G. W. Fooks. of Salisbury, Md„
Wife of G. W. Fooks. 8heriff of Wico-
_ , . mlco County,
ll A says: "I suf-
fered with kid-
for eight years.
It came on ma
felt tired and
weak, w a a
short of breath
and waa trou-
eating, and my
limbs were badly swollen. One doctor
told me It would finally turn to
Bright's disease. 1 was laid up at
one time for three weeks. I had not
taken Doan's Kidney Pills more than
three days when the distressing ach-
ing across my back disappeared, and
I was soon entirely cured."
For sale by all dealers. Price SO
(jnta. Foster Milburn Co., Buffalo,N.Y.
Effect of Bee Stings.
Two bee stings suffice to kill a spar-
row in two or three hours. Analysis
of the bee poison has shown that It
contains three principles—one convuls-
ive, one stupefying and one which
gives rise to acute Inflammation.
Write MURINE XYE REMr.DV Co.. Cble «o. If
jour rfel an sot* or InlUmi-d. and (ti
my ICG and fro* a m M Ml KINK. Ileum all nellie.
Realizing the Presence of Dirt.
It is the experience of these fac-
tory inspectors that where the owners
of a factory are prosecuted for keep-
'ng an unclenn establishment the men
Paid for Daughter'a Oppertaetty.
That hla 17-year-old daughter might
get her chance on the stage, a well-
known English stock broker guaran-
teed the whole of the expenses of a
new production, conditionally upon
his favorite being given, and trained,
for the leading role. The venture
cost him over £7,000. but the young
lady has since earned a creditable
Tralta of Women.
The woman who looks as If she
'.hat supply their milk quickly come J w* hurt s^fly ^ckro#ch/t and
to the conclusion that it does_ noti pay wUhout more ,bsn a
to send milk to . factory of that kind. lnvoluntary shudder. It is she
in many cases the defections ha\^ # dar)Dg rcgcue or a
been so numerous that the factory has sho who In emer-
bad to close and go out of buslneas. | lf>s doeg not walt timorously for
Ewall Waterson, son of the noted
newspaper man and lecturer, Henry
Wsterson of Louisville, who has for a
year been living on a ranch In Co-
manche county. Is reported to have
leserted his wife and left tor part*
•inknown. He has been absent fo
Did you ever pause to think how
many people there are to the world
who probably never heard of you?
In. J. H. OUsa. aveeett. *e- Se«[•"*
Max absorbs knowledge as a sponge
does water: and, like a sponge, he
needs occasional wringing out.
Farmers have listened to the cam-
paign of education long enough to be-
gin to realize that high prices for theli
milk products cannot be obtained if
the medium through which they reach
the public is a filthy one.
One would suppose that the farm-
era who take their milk to a factory
every day for tlx months would be
able to realize the presence of dirt in
the factory before a stranger came
along and pointed It out. It la a
queer thing thia realization of dirt.
If an Inspector had not begun legal
action against the factory the farm-
ers would have been content to bring
their milk to the same dirty factory
year after year.
The men that could not realize the
dirt In the factory till It was pointed
out to them do not realize the untidy
conditions of their own farms. If high
prices for cheese made in a dirty fac-
tory are not to be hoped for, neither
can we hope to get high prlcea for
cheese and butter made out of milk
produced In a dirty stable.
Mr*. Wlnilaw'i *00tliln* Syrm.
for children Urttalnii, Mftes* tin *'« •. n-dujes «•>
MmnikUuB, aliajipaln,curaa# '0<lcolU;. ftcabotlift
Drink Nothing with Meala.
Don't drink with meals. If food la
Johnny to get his gun. but gets It and
uses It herself.
Median Age of Negroes.
The median age of negroes Is 19.4
years—that Is. half the negroes In the
United Slates are below that age. The
median age Is four years below that of
the whites <23.4 years), a difference
closely connected with the high birth
rate and high death rate of the ne-
Bualneaa Honor In Japan.
In Japan every dishonored check or
note Is publicly gazetted, consequently
very few are dishonored: In Toklo for
Instance, with Its 1.500.000 population,
only forty-six a month during the year
ended May laat.
That out of hundreds of good llnl- J
ments one Is so far ahead of all the
rest—but It's a fact. Hunt's Lightning
Oil Is In a class to Itself, and way j
ahead of the next best thing.
Aches, pains, cuts, bruises, sprains,
sore muacles and stiff Joint* simply .
quit doing business when it's applied. }
Roots and Silage.
Roots are good for cows and ao Is
silage. In the United States silage is
far cheaper than roots If we compare
the cost of the dry matter in each.
Careful estlmatea have been made of ^ ^ ^
amounts of nutrients in the form ^lldW'and^track'e bwte mover's
eaten slowly and well masticated, it , of roots and In the form of silage that wooden rolier whtch rlcochetted
will soon be possible to eat without j can be produced on an acre of land. >croH the |treM pMge(j through
' A prominent Southern lady, Mrs.
Blanchard, of Nashville, Tenn., tells how
she was cured of backache, dizziness, pain-
ful and irregular periods by the use of
Lydk E Pmkham's Vegetable Compound*
Animated Steal Girder.
A steel girder fell while being hoist-
ed to the top of a San Franclaco
"Dun Mm. Piotcham:—Gratitude
great merit of your Vegetable Compound. I
with irregular and painful menstruatic
and lower iimba, and fitful sleep. I
would only mean suffering to me.
_ me to acknowledge the
,ve suffered for four ytaxa
le. Lydia K. Ptals
t and happiness in a
My aches and pei&a
drinking, and the meal will digest tar j It has been certainly proved that
Mayor Van Winkle of Oklahoma
City haa ordered all the gambling
places In that city closed. The gamb-
lers had overreached their bounds
tnd demanded from political candl-
Jstea their promise of exemption
from prosecution in case of election.
Upon hearing this the mayor took a
leclded stand and ordered their
places closed. Mr VanWlnkle says
:hey must not again open during his
The affairs of the Shawnee Light
ind Power company have been placed
n the hands of a receiver. J. C.
fisher having been appointed by the
,-ourt to that position. The enter-
prise has been a paying one. and It
is Intimated that $50,000 nas been di-
verted from Its regular channel. The
iecretary snd treasurer of the com-
pany. J. J- Kenry. is reported to be In
Denver, and his books are not to be
better than when swallowed and
washed down with liquids.—Exchange.
• A NOTRE DAMS LAOVS APPEAL •
To all knowing sufferers of rheumatism,
whether muscular or of the Joints, wiatl.-a,
lumbago*, backache, pains lu the kidney*
or neuralgia pains, to write to her for *
home treatment which has repeatedly
eared all of these tortures. She feels it her
duty to send it to all sufferers FREE, i ou
cure youself at home as thousands will tes-
tify—no change of climate being necessary
Tliis simple discovery banishes uric •cr
from the blood, loosens the stiffened Joints,
purities the biootl and brightens I he ">"es,
giving elasticity to the whole system. • If
the above interests you, for proof address
Mrs.M. Summers. Box 416, Notre Dume, Ind.
twice as much nutriment can be pro-
duced in the form of corn as in the
form of roots. Then, too, It costs leas
to raise an acre of corn than It does
an acre of roota. The corn Is planted,
cultivated, cut and made Into silage
the window of a crockery store anl
swept a fifty-foot counter clear of l.e
bric-a-brac, cut glass, dinner ao.*,
vases, etc., that were upon It.
Kabo Corsets Get Grand Prise
St. Louis, Oct. 10— It has been an-
by the use of machinery while beets nounrod thM Kabo Cor,et . made by
Id lb. Unll.d BUM. In « will « «• ">« ■>"" l,l,h
of the Old World, where labor is est award by the board of Judges at
cheap the cost of raising roota la, the Louisiana Purchase Exposition,
comparatively lew. Raisers and users
" Better health is all I wanted, and euro if possible.
ham's Vegetable Compound brought me health a_ —
few short months. I feel like another person now. My aches and
have left me. Life see ma new and sweet to me, and everything
nloifinnt tnd otsy.
"Six bottles brought me health, and wag worth more than
under the doctor's oare. which really did not benefit me atalL I
is&ed there is no mediolne so good lor sick women as your Vs.
Compound, and I advocate it to my lady friends in wed of ■
help. — Mas. B. A. Blanchard, 432 Brood 8L, Nashville, Tenn.
When women are troubled with Irregular, suppressed ornelnful
tlon, weakness, leuoorrhma displacement or ulceration of lks w
bearing-down feeling, Inflammation of tbs ovaries, backache,
ftatulenoe), general Ability,
About the Wedding Dreaa.
A boat of superstitions center about
the wedding dress. Some stltchcs
should be set In It by the bride her-
self on her wedding day—she should
"sew her own Joy In It." But the
groom should never be allowed to see
the bride in her wedding dress until
be meets her at the altar.
Britain's Imports of Eggs.
Of the two billion odd eggs a nually
consumed In the United Kingdom leaa
than one-third are produced In Great
Britain. Nearly every country in Eu-
rope exports vast numbers of eggs to
the "tight little island." Russia does
the biggest business in this line.
Rooted Beliefs of Indiana.
The Indlsn, when In bsttle snd fs-
tilly wounded, believes thst If his
medicine man can reach him with hla
medicine before he dies it will give
him Instant relief and he will be able
to escape from the battlefield. He
thinks every man la honest rntll he
finda him out. In which event he loses
all confidence in him and never gets
About the Sweet Potato.
The so-called "sweet potato" la no
potato at all, but belongs to an en-
tirely different family, bavins truly
an enlarged root of a creeping, twin-
ing vine, which has a blossom some-
thing like a morning glory. 8weet po-
tatoes are richer in starch and sugar
than the common potato.
of roots in those countries come to,
the United 8tates and try to do the
same thing, but soon give up the at-
tempt. This la why all the admoni-
tions to raise roots for cows seem to
Oil Little Uaed in Ruaala.
Notwithstanding Ihe large produc-
tlon of petroleum In Russia the use of
lllumluttlng oil In the country la small.
It haa been limited by a tax on re-
fall to the ground without bearing flued oil. Recently tbs Baku reflnera
fruit. It la a matter of finance, it Is have petitioned the government to
by far more economical to get succu- abolish thla tax on refined oil for home
lent feed from silage than from consumption and to subsUtuts for It a
tax on all crude oil produced.
MeWwr ttefs Sweet Nwdsrs Isr CNWrnai
Successfully aaed by Mother Gray, nuns
la the Children's Home In New York, ewe
Up ts Date Machinery.
The termer snd the cresmerymsn
must hsvs up-to-date machinery II ^
they are to get the amount of good j ."1".
out of their products that It Is poaslble ^ yjjg ll(t Destroy Wormi ftwrWitlttw
for them to receive. In the great uaoolala. At all Druggiete, Me. Sample
indigestion, and nervous proatratioa,or are feairt
with such symptoms as dlsslMas, fslatasss, la*
allude, excitability, Irritability, asrvneiass^
fualone "° fcellaga, "*5Sss soft
rrmember there la e
" want-to-be-left-alone "
hopeleaanesa, they shoold re-
tried and true remedy. Lydla S1
Vegetable Cosnpouad at ease _
troublee. Befoae to bay say other sssdMaa, I
Wkn Hope had AI mo. I SottUd tnlo t'Uer
Dm pair H ll*f Cmntm from an
I wipttlnl Bourn,
Mrs. Emma Heidebrsder, of No. 1338
Joy street, Burlington, Jpws.whose hull-
baud is an employee of tne Rand Lumber
Co., tells a story of pitiable suffering:
"For about five years," she aays, "I
had a host of physical ills that kept me aa
invalid and pussled the doctors. Some,
of them thought 1 was B°ing ,nto Co"-
sumption. At times 1 was so weak that
1 could not comb my hair or even wash
my face. Then excruciating pains ran
suddenly up my thigh and I had to bs
carried to lied screaming iu my agony..
I could no longer do my work and the
drain upou my husband's purse was
prv heavy. 1 craved food but what I
ate only gave me discomfort. My liver
was torpid, and often I had to be carried
o the door for air to save me from suf-
"The worst wss Ihe pain Which seemed
as if my thigh were being pushed out of
nir l*>dr The best doctors could do was
' . t - ........ti,,. flnrA thi«V
The two new buildings for the use
jf the Agricultural college at Still-
water have been completed. The
greenhouse Is a fine one. snd the sr-
rangement Is such thst plsnts of
every description may be grown to
advsntage. The dairy building U fully
equipped and work In this depart-
ment has been begun. This la a
great benefit to the college snd to
the surrounding country—to the peo-
ple by msklng a market for the coun-
try dairy produce, and to the college
by bringing the people Into closer
touch with It,
As the result of a drunken quarrel
over S man at 2 o'clock Monday morn-
ing. Florence Madlne of Oklahoma TILL NOON.
City was killed, her throst being cut
from ear to ear. Jessie Young, who the Simple Dish That Keepa Cns Vlf-
wsa arrested for the murder, stated oreus snd Wsll Fed.
thst the cutting was done In self de- \ ^j,en the doctor takes his owa
fense. The women are negroes. medicine and the grocer eats the food
he recommends some confidence comes
Dr. E. E. Cowdrick wss refused sd- t0 the observer.
mission to the Oklahoma State Medi- a Orocer of Osslsn. Ind.. hsd s
csl association at Us meeting last practical experience with food worth
week. While secretary of the terri- | anyone's attention.
bo..-M. i. .. i
.0 mm comp.n«.
to practice whom the medics did not |o ^ np wofh ,n my ltore and
regard as being up to the standard. Jn hct a„ of wor),> for about four
years. The Isst year I was confined to
A. H. Kllpatrlck. claim agent for the be(J nelkrly ot the time, and
the Rock Island at Oklahoma City, i rouch of t|,e time unable to retain
has a pair of horns of a Texas atser | food of My on my itomsch. My
which measure nine feet from tip to, bowels were bsdly constlpsted con-
tip. ' t InnsiIy and I lost In weight from
^ ,_ .. . | 16o pounds down to M pounds.
The Elk City National bank, which 1 when the bottom of the ladder
Tailed some montha ago. has been I , c|,Mged treatment entirely and
able to pay dollar for dollar upon Its I itarte<j on Grape-Nuts snd cresro
Indebtedness. This Is the instltu- fof j^m-i^ment. 1 used sbsolutsly
world of msnufacture It Is found thst
the men thst stick to the poor, slow,
obsolete mschlnes are outdistanced by
the men that put In the best snd most
complete mschlnes possible. The
first stick to the old mschlnes be-
csuse they sre cheap, but their profits
are soon eaten up by the decreased
amount of work they are able to do.
The farmer that uses s hsnd sepsrs
tor or even sn artificial cooler for
cooling the milk wanta to know that
he hsa the best. To this end he
afcould educate himself ss to the reel
merits of rival mschlnes. lTe csnnot
tske the ssy-so of an sgent. for every
agent is bound to spesk well of the
machine he Is engaged to sell. The
farmer has a machine In his cow. Too
many are willing to get along with a
milk producing machine that Is able
to do only half work. The best cow
machine will cost more than the poor-
est, but the profit generally lies In the
Bulk cf Rougn Fsed.
Nesrly sll kinds of rough feed con-
tsln the nutrients the cow must hsve.
The strsw of grsln contains the very
things the cow needa out of which to
mske milk and butter fat. But we
bave to conaider the bulk. One hun-
dred pounds of oat straw would fur-
nish enough nutrients to mske ten
qusrts of milk with s richness of 4
per cent. But no cow could digest
more thsn s third of thst smount In
a day. Therefore straw is of very
little prscticsl vslus in the feeding
of milch cows. We must hsve more
concentrsted roughage, such aa clover
hay or corn stalks. It Is of cours*
different with oat hay. Thst is cut
st s time when the grsin Is In the
dough stsge and much of the sub
stance Is still In the stalks snd leaves
mix Addisss A. 8.Olmsted, LeBoy.M. Y.
The Polltleel Shlrksr.
-I hates." says Uide Eben, "to see
a msn thlnkla' he's dons his whole
doty ss s tsxpayer sa's patriot when
he pins s campaign badgs on his eoat
tlon of which J. A. Mayes, who com-
mitted suicide In s Dallas Jail, was
A gas well five miles esst of Lsw-
to'deaden It by narcotics. Once they ton was accidentally fin d Wednesday
thought I could not live for more than nv«nlng. It spouted a flame 'en feet
two davs. In one of my worst attacks. |n ,Uanf(>ter ,n(1 more thin sixty feet
a frieud said : * Why don't yoo try Dr. . Th<, entlre community aided In my life.
Willi*US*' riuk PIUS? Th-y -r ,b" In smolberln* the flames. ""nrlng
only thing that ever helped my rheuina- never missed
tisni.' „ , Mrs. A. L. Turmsn. superintendent
•• I took hla advice. After nsiug one th<> ,DdUn ichoo| at Lesbsnon.
bos 1 felt better, mid I coutluued l>. use , ^ |Mt we#||
the pills for three or foor mouths with —
steady Improvement until I was well. A tow„|,(a fl„ht wh|ch Involves
For four years I have been Bids to do all M h#)f ^ ^ |B ,be town
my household week, and of Bixby Is on.
to tske medicine for sny serlons trouble .. -
I gave one Iwx ! m s roping contest at Dursnt last
Pills to a man on :r tch«' week 0. T. Vlckers mads the best
wo^Tto bny . box when she wss com- ,lme of five contestants, roping and
plaining of the samn trouble. I heard that t|,|Dg In forty seconds.
,^a^ah"btol<rn^^hrhid g^Trid of Ths first snnusl meeting of the
the rheumatism by the use ot one bos rouien. a fraternal beaericlal order.
tnd non Id not thank me toe^maeh/ for Oklsboms, will be held st Enid
*k" February 11.
nothing but this for about three
months. I slowly Improved until I
got out of bed snd begsn to move
•I bave been Improving rerularly
and now In the past two yesrs have
been working about fifteen hoiira a
day in the store and never felt better
Too Many Starters.
A good starter Is a good thing, but
tho ordlnsry farmer haa too many
atarters connected With his dairy en
terprlae. There is a certain practice
among our farmera that consists in
not thoroughly wsshlng out the sep
arator more than once a week. The
Inevitable reault muat be that the va-
rious pnrta of the machine contain
starters that are all resdy to go to
work both In tb« cream and In the I
ikimmllk the moment they are sep-
arated. There Is such a thing as hat
Ing too many barters Pastuerlsa
tlon would help suck cream, but pas
.. j teurlsatlon Is not at all common snO
the., two tmn hsve : ^ ^ ^ lti ^ ou IU UlUi ,u
-- b' f i,* «^t ,hB bulk of ,h'' m,lk not ,0° ,re,t
Nut. snd cream, sad '• « to ^ u.noiod by a hand separator,
two mesli a Uiy. but tn#> entire break* i _ . .
fast Is siwsj s msde of arspe-N'..s scJ M#nd ||p(r|Mf Crssm.
cream alone. I ntnd separator cream needs to be
"Blnee commencing the use of ( hf> M ^^(niiy as any other kind I
Grape Nuts I havo never used any- , |)f crcWB. progress la this hss been
thing to stlmulste the sctlon of the ma<je but slowly since the Introduc
«nd Bfsi .Contains nellter
nrss end LOSS or SUBM
jou seed the
"Diu Maa. PixEKAa: — I
cured of kvsn fa
the ws of Lytte
ft IsUfaig^.the^w^othg t£2fimyhM**>
For Infttnf and ChlldrBtt.
The Kind You Have
aver Hasty stavche*
llasa and wWts feeds.
Conceit It JastlHai>t
aftsr aslag I
5tarcB. II |
stiff. gtsMT wfcKa ,
lately pars. N Is
k«caass II gets
(rtctrt at * ta.
TW MFIAMCl ITAKHC
alftoeet curative poweraof Dr.WiUlami
Pink Pills for Pale Peor's 'n casesi'
•hauniAllBtM. neermlfUi. i «rvcmi mw
George Brown of Acme, Texas, fifty
years of sge. was ma over by a Sock
t.lsnd train la the yards at II Bsae
bowels, s thing I hsd to do for yesrs.
but this food keeps me regulsr sad In
flne shspe, snd 1 am growing stronger
and heavier every dsy.
"My customers, aaturally. have b« j
interested and I am compelled to an-
swer a great many questions about
"tome people would think that a
simple dish of Orspe-Nuts and cream
weald not carry one through to the
aoeaday meal, but It will aad la the
meat vigorous fashion."
Name given by Postasi Co.. Battle
heek ta eaeh pkg. for the famoas
little heek, "TBe Beet ta Weilville. '
tlon of tke gathered cream system, or
Indeed since the Introduction of the
lisnd separator Coeald<-rlug the
amall volume of gathered cream com-
pared with tlK whole milk system
there seems little reason In every
farm-*! not having a perfect arrange
mcnt for keeping It. Hut It muat be
acknowledged tha| so fsr aa we are
able to learn by far the greater part
of the cream from hand separators Is
still kept In cellars with vegetables
and all kinds of things thst hsve sn
odor thst Is not aa addition to the
lever «r the creta.
Recipe far Coetentmsnt.
tf you wsnt anvthins. earn It. And
If you can t get li even after you earn
It, be happy without It.
Mere Flexible and Lsstlng,
wen t shake out or blow out, by using
DefWni* aterch you obleln better re-
sults than poasiMe with any other
brand and one-third more for aaase
LaeSon as s Bsilwsy Center.
There ere Ml railway paaaenger
statloas within twelve mllee radius
of It Paul's cathedral, London.
F« r any nld enid just use Chest-
hsra's Laxative Tablets. They are
tirda Unable te Fly tact.ward.
Htraage as It may appear. It Is a
ftct that no bird possesses tke power
tt iy btekward.
Detance ttaroh I- guerantsed blggeet
gng beet or money refundM. IS
euaees, lu ce-ta. Try It aaw.
L- [ tot a. tani. mux *■
wm * sat. aatAioiM cm.
If fti art tilllac it* as
a far Nil ttillrtltn Addraaa
V MiuiTNai I*la0i.t.a nif. O T
la * poeltlve cur* for I'llee.
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n. .1 «S««i Uo ••4*1 la -< -k MMHti
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rtor.««. CaUailM.. l saS BmwIws —
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ustwlan is mi
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hiaiist 11. BtMs.
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Nash, Myrtie & Nash, Metta. The Ralston Reflector. (Ralston, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 35, Ed. 1 Friday, November 18, 1904, newspaper, November 18, 1904; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc174305/m1/3/: accessed January 27, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.