The Claremore Messenger. (Claremore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 28, Ed. 1 Friday, July 13, 1906 Page: 3 of 8
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ALL HAIL PE-RU-NA.
MisR Marv O'Hrien. 308 Myrtle
Ave.. Brooklyn, N. Y., writes:
•'Peruna cured me In five weeks
of catarrh of the stomach, after
Buffering for four years and doctor-
ing without effect. In common with
other (.'Kitefill ones who have been
benefited by your discovery, . «ay,
All hall to Peruna. "
Mr. II. J. Ilenneman, Oakland, Neb.,
" 1 waited before writing to you about
my sickness, catarrh of the stomach,
which I had over a year aeo.
"There were people who told me it
would not stay cured, but I am sure
that I am cured, for I do not feel any
more ill effects, have a good appetite
anil am (jvi I in^ fat.
"So I am, and will say to all, I am
cured for pood
" I i lianU you for your kindness.
•'Perunn it III be our house medicine
Cntarrli of the stomach Is also known
in common parlance as dyspepsia, i ns-
Iritis and indigestion. No medicine
will be of any perm:inentbenefitexcept
it removes t he catarrh.
A Great Tonic.
Mr. Austin M. Smull. Astoria, Ore.,
writes: " I hiring' the hot weather of
the past summer I lost mv appetite. I
tried Perunn. nnd found it pleasant to
take, a splendid appetizer and a great
BEYOND OUR BORDERS.
An < ffieial estimate places the acre
««e of timber in British Columbia at
present at 182,750,000 acres.
The number of quart bottles of
champagne In the French caves last
year was 100,968,363.
The sugarcane estates of the West
Indies have been made vastly more
profitable by the Introduction of steam
plows and other labor-saving devices.
A London dentist has made a pro-
posal ol marriage In one of the most
novel ways which have yet come to
light. He fell In love with an elderly
patient who ordered a set of falsa
teeth trom him When the teeth were
delivered the woman found a neat pro-
posal engraved on the plate which held
The British Zeltung am Mlttag says
. that a Russian some time ago gave a
ring worth $250 to a newspaper seller
In the Krledrlchstrasse for three copies
of the Zeltung am Mlttag. The period
fixed by law during which the Russian
could have regained possession of the
ring recently expired, and the police
have informed the newspaper seller
that the ring Is his lawful property.
It Is estimated that from 400,000 to
600,000 natives have died In Africa of
sleeping sickness In the last ten years.
The cisease Is, moreover, spreading
with aiarmlng rapidity, yet nothing la
done to check It. The weight of opin-
ion is that no person once Infected ever
recovers. Despite Its name, sleep la
not .in important symptom, as It oc-
curs only towards the end of tha dis-
ease in a small number of cases.
A tjrlous case of museum robbery
Is engaging attention at Weimar. An
agent offered some time ago to the
(ioe'.he-Srhiller museum a series of
Goetiu manuscripts, which on exam-
ination proved to have been stolen
from the museum Itself. The agent ex-
plained that he had received them In
good faith from a well-known anti-
quarian In Berlin. A search of the an-
tiquarian's house brought to light
many other documents belonging to
the W elmar museum.
Up to Him.
Regular Boarder—How many mora
times am I going to see this same piece
Waller—Dunno, sir. The boss told
me to keep giving It to you till you et
It—Detroit Free Press.
There may not be more than twe
Inches of strawberries, but think of tha
alze of the box with the lumber higher
•very day —Detroit Free Press.
THE DOCTOR'S WIFE
Agrees with Him About Food,
A trained nurse aays: "In the prat
tlce of my profession I have found aa
many points in favor of Grape-Nuta
food that 1 unhesitatingly recommend
It to all my patients.
"It la delicate and pleasing to tha
palate (an eaaentlal In food for tha
alcki and can be adapted to all agea,
being softened with milk or cream
for babies or the axed when deficiency
of teeth renders maatlcation Impoa-
alble. For fever patients or those on
liquid diet 1 find Grape-Nuts and al-
bumen water very nourishing and re-
freshing. This recipe la my own Idea
and Is made aa follows: Soak a tea-
apoonrul of Grape-Nuts In a glaaa of
water for an hour, atraln and serve
with the beaten white of an egg and
• spoonful of frnlt Juice or flavoring.
This affords a great deal of nourish-
ment that even the weakest stomach
can assimilate without any dlatreaa.
"My hnaband Is a physician and ha
usee Grape-Nuts himself and orders
it many times for his patients.
"Personally I regard- a dish of
drapa-Nnts with fresh or atewed fruit
aa the Ideal braakfaat for anyone-
wall or sick." Name given by Postum
Co. Battle Creek. Mich.
In any case of stomach trouble,
nervoua proatratlon or brain fag, m
10 days' trial of Grape-Nuta will work
wonders toward nourishing and re-
building, and In this way ending the
trouble. "There's a reason" and trial
Look In pkga. for tha famous little
book. "Tha Road to Wellvllle."
While the Fourth of July Is looked j
forward ".o with positive terror by the j
mothers of small boys and venture- I
«ime girls, not one woman out of a
hundred has the heart to forbid the i
iliservarce of the day by the popu-
larly approved method of noise and |
ihe necessary combination of gun- j
powder and fire. Truly no 8partan
mother was more heroic In sending
her Bonn to the training school and
jsttle *'ian the plucky little American
mother of a pack of patriotic young
people. It Is to be feared that the |
fundamental spirit of independence t
which made the day worthy of re- |
membrance is very often forgotten, or ,
at least lost sight of, in the awful <te-
light surrounding a pack of fire-
But how is It that on this day of
days it other ignores or keeps silent
about her headache; paterfamilias
rises with the lark, ostensibly to pre-
vent his offspring rfom setting Are to
the premises If not to themselves, and
grandfather contributes to the Joy-
uisnesn of the occasion by generous
donations of cash, and even the
grown-up sons and daughters of the
household are wil ing to set off some
nf the larger pieces In the pyrotech-
nic layout? Is all this unselfish be-
havior entirely for the nuke of amus-
ing the children; of letting them have
one day of absolute freedom; of as-
sisting them in firing off the said
dangerous toys in order to prevent
the little people from getting hurt?
Some people have a sneaking notion
that the proper observance of the day
Is not entirely for the pleasure of the
young people, and that paterfamilias
secretly enjoys rousing the neighbor-
hood with a blast of patriotism, and
that grandpa lias been hoarding up his
spare pennies for weeks past and
would have been much chagrined if
his young p-andson had not gen' rotis-
ly Invited h.;n to "set off" a few of the
As for the mother of the family,
would she upon any other occasion
put up with the din and the dirt and the
burns and ruined clothes If she had
not some sympathy for the offenders
hidden away In her Inner heart?
She may laugh at her husband's ef-
forts to become a boy again, but she
is as delighted as the children them-
selves when said husband persuades
her to try Bring off the pistol, and she
recalls to mind that It was not so very
long ago when she was able to hit the
bull's-eye at quite a long range. "I
was Just your age then, daughter."
and she smiles quietly to herself at
tome half-forgotten episode.
Flanagan's oration was the chief
feature of the Fourth of July pro-
gramme of section 10 of the Missls-
(lppl & Western railroad, then build-
ing through one of the western states,
starting at nowhere, and so far end-
ing at nowhere.
This honor hau been accorded Flan-
agan, as it was to his efforts the camp
were indebted for the privilege of
elebrating. Flanagan had been In
the country but four months, but that
was long enough to Imbibe the Amer-
ican spirit, together with a generous
amount of red liquids, and when the
foreman of gang two Intimated that
July 4 would not be a holiday Flan-
agan organized an opposition, and was
ippolnted a committee of one to wait
on the boss.
"Glntlemln and fellow pathriots."
began Flanagan as he fa-ed bis audi-
ence of rsllroad laborers gathered
from the four corners of the world
One little, two little, three little fingers;
Four little, five little, six little fingers.
Seven little, eight little, nine little fingers;
Ten litle Augers on two hands.
Cannon cracker fired off. then there were nine;
Nigger chaser shot off. then there were eight;
Torpedo exploded, then there were seven.
Toy pistol blowed off. then there were six;
I'in wheel flew around, (hen there were five;
Skyrocket whizzed off. then there were four.
Roman candle popped off, then there were three;
Red fire flared off, then there were two;
Flower pot went off, took one of these;
Piece of punk burned out, saved the last one.
Ten little, nine little, eight little fingers;
Seven little, six little, live little fingers;
Four little, three little, two little fingers;
But one good finger on two hands.
The ilgnlng of the Declaration of
Independence at Philadelphia on July
4, 1776, meant more to the world than
me breaking of the bonds between
Great Britain and a rebellious colony
across the seas. The establishment of
a government by the people and for
the people meant an object lesson for
the nations of the old world which has
had Its effect on every day of hlatory
since that Important event.
It marked the downfall of absolut-
ism. of tyranny, of the "divine right
of kings," of the goveraing of men
It defined the Inalienable rlghta of
nan In the Immortal phrase—"life, llb-
"by will and pleaaure."
" 'Tis not muth of a spaker Is Flan-
agan. Yez slnt me to see th' boss,
an' sez 1 to th' boss, sez I: "It's a fine
pathrlot yez are to keep th' mln a-
workin' when it's attendln* th' coun-
try's wake they'd be after doln".
Sure,' says I, 'if 'tis sb h as ye they
be makln' bosses of 'tis a poor place
to be a-coraln' to. Sure now." sez I,
"there's Branagan as Is a-helpin' make
th' laws, an' Branagan sez to me when
1 come over: "Sure, Flanagan, an'
It's no work you'll be doln' on Fourlh
o' July. 'Tls a day ye'll have off fer
takin' a bit of a dhrop with th bys."
An' sure,' sez I to th' boss. It's nary
a pick will Flanagan lift on that day.'
An', glntlemln an' fellow pathriots,
th' wake will be hild in th' cook tint."
The celebration of section 10 lasted
for three days, and was followed by
seven funerals on the following Sun-
day. It is still referred to as a me-
morable day In the history of the Mis-
sissippi A Western railroad.
erty and the pursuit of happiness."
loose words have been the battle
cry of many peoples. They have en-
couraged the races of Kurope and the
east la the battles against oppression,
and tyrannical governments, one after
another have gone down before (hem.
They are to-day the rallying cry of
Ihe oppressed of Russia—"life, liberty
and the pursuit of happiness '
These words are the rock on which
the Declaration of Independence w.ta
founued. They are the rock on which
our government Is founded. So long
aa we keep them as the rallying cry
of the nation government by the peo-
ple for the people wilt live.
LESSON FOR THE YOUNO.
Hatlon's Birthday an Appropriate
Time to Ineulcata Spirit
These are stirring tlmea In the
world'a hlatory. Bring the facta down
to the comprehension of the boys and
glrla, and on the nation's birthday let
Ita celebration deepen In them a spirit
of loyalty and the purpoae to do their
part In holding up the standards set
by the brave men and women who
founded this fraat nation.
It la a fitting time to visit the
places where the struggles for Inde-
pendence was made, and to take the
children. If poaslble, to visit them.
Hlatory becomes a living Interest to
children when It la recounted on the
very spot the famous deeds were en-
Lexington. Concord. Bunker Hill,
Valley Forge, the Brandywlne. Her-
man town. Independence hall, the Bet-
ay Rosa house, the Old South church
and many other spota have a story
full of Inspiration to the boys and
glrla of every generation, for there
were enacted the deeds which war*
tha Baking of a nau>
INVESTMENT IN MOTH BALLS
Manner of Using the Preventive
That Proved to Be a Sigaial
A State street druggist, telling of the
quaint characters whom be encounters
In hi* business, recently salil: "Late
one afternoon one of the 'ould soil'
ambled up to the counter. 'Hov yez
onythlng good to kill moths?' he asked,
relates the Chicago Record-Herald
" 'Yes,' aald I, 'we have moth balls,
the best reemdy known.'
" 'Give me tin cints' worth, thin,'
"I nude up the package, handed it to
him, i na he ambled out again. 1 had
forgotten all about my customer until
about four o'clock the next afternoon,
when 1 was lorclbly reminded of the
transaition ot the day before. After
I had waited on my customers in their
turn 1 walked over in another coun-
ter and was there corn ranted with my
moth-ball investor Without giving
Die lime to make an Inquiry, be said:
"'Are yez the young mon that sold
me turn things yistiddy? showing me
the lemalns of aboui half a dozan of
the wiitte balls.
"I answered In (he affirmative, and
also inquired what the trouble was.
" 'Av all the con games I've run up
agatiiHt In me toime. this bates thlm
all.' he said. 'To think of onvone run-
ning a decern down-town store selling
the 1'ilkes of thlm things to kill moths
with, or onythlng elte, for the matter
of that. They might lie nil right for
playing marbles, but for killln' moths,
nlv r. I may not be as young as yes
are, ycung mon. but I'm just as stlddy,
and I want to tell you wan thing. If
yez can show me the man or woman
that can throw wan of thlm balls
qutck enough to kill a moth I'll not
only ate lviry wan of thlm ye/, have
In stock, hut I'll say nothing about
the plrlure the ould woman and meself
broka in the folne little gam* yes
would have us play.' "
Troubled Badly for Several Years with
Eczema on Limbs—Another Won-
derful Cure by Cuticura.
"For several years I was troubled
badly with an eczema on my limbs and
wrists. Physicians In several towns
bad presclbed for me without giving
me any results. I had often used Cuti-
cura Ointment and received relief
temporarily. In the spring of 1904 I
took the Cuticura Resolvent Pills and
used the Cuticura Ointment for about
five weeks and at the end of that time
there was not a blotch on me any-
where. This spring I took a few vials
of the Cuticura Resolvent Pills as a
precautionary measure. Hnd will con-
tinue to do so every spring simply as
a spring tonic, as they are so easy to
carry with you. and they certainly fix
your blood for the ensuing year. I
now use only Cuticura Soap. The
Cuticura Ointment and Pills certainly
cured me of an aggravated case o£
eczema. St. Clair McVicar, San An-
tonio, Texas. July 6, 1905."
You uvtr make a mistake by talk-
ing to • nan about himself.
Save the Babies.
INPAUT MORTALITY is something frightful. We can hardly realize that of
all the children born in civilized countries, twentytwo per cent., or nearly
one-quarter, die before they reach one year; thirtyseven per cent., or more
than one-third, before they are five, and one-half before they are fifteen!
We do not hesitate to say that a timely use of Castoria would save a ma-
jority of these precious lives. Neither do we hesitate to say that many of these
infantile deaths are occasioned by the use of narcotic preparations. Drops, tinctures
and soothing syrups sold for children's complaints contain more or less opium, or
morphine. They are, in considerable quantities, deadly poisons. In any quantity
they stupefy, retard circulation and lead to congestions, sickness, death. Castoria
operates exactly the reverse, but you must see that it bears the signature of
Chas. H. Fletcher. Castoria causes the blood to circulate properly, opens the
pores of the skin and allays fever.
Letters from Prominent Physicians
addressed to Chas. H. Fletcher.
Dr. A. F. FVpIrr, of St. Loots. Mo., say* "I have pmrrllwHl your Castoria 111
many ckse* and have at ways found It an vlliclent and eiwt-uy remedy."
I r. K. Down, of Philadelphia, Pa., aays: I haro prearrlbed your Caatorla la
my practice for many years wiiu great satisfaction to myaelf aud benefit to mj
I>r. J. E. Waffffonrr. of Chirac. 111., wir* : "I ran moot heartily p^mraenj
your t 'astoria t< the public an a remedy fur children a coinpl&inta. I have tried
It and found It of great value.''
Pr. Edward Punish, of Itrooklyn. N. Y„ say*: "I have used your faatorla la
my own h< u*> jm ;«i with *oo«! n-huns. and hav.« advised aeverai patients lo uae It
for lia mild laxative edeii and freedom from barm.**
Dr. J. B. Elliott, of New York City. eay : * Having during the past six year®
prescribed ynur Castoria f«-r Infant!!«• disorders, I moat heartily comtnena
lia use. The formula contains uolbiag deleterious to the moat delicaie of chlldrci ••
Dr P. G. Ppraffue, of Omaha. Nrh . says: * Your Cnatorla la an Ideal medlrlnft
for child;-!-ti. and I frequently pre^ribe n Wliii* I <1. not advocate the india-
crtmlur.t.- use c.f proprietary Hindu ines, y«i Castoria is an exception for conditions
which arise in the care of children.''
Pr. J. A. Parker, of Kansas <*lty. Mo., nay*: "Your fastorla hold* th* esteem
of tl.e mrdl il I'""* 1 n In a r, r li.'ld lv ti ► nth« r proprietary preparation. It
is a sure and reliable medicine f r infants and children. In fact, it is the universal
household remedy for Infantile ailment*."
I>r. II T Merrill, of Augusta. Me., say*: "Castoria !* one of the very flnest
and most remarkable renn'dVa f -r infanta and chlldr-n. In my opinion vour « u* < ria
ins sov.'d ti: •usands fr<*m an r-ir'y prave. i can furnl h hundreds of testimonials
from this locality aa to its efflclcmy and merits. '
Pr Norman >1 Oer. of Cleveland. Ohln, *ay«: "Purine the last twelve years
1 have frequently r ' i.«!« d > t:r < aatona a- "tie of tn« l est preparations « f the
kind, being safe In the hands « f parents and very effective in relieving children's
disorder* while the ease with which such a pleaaant preparation can be administered
la a great advantage."
Pr. F. n. Kyle, of St. Paul. Minn., says: "It afford* me pleasure to add my
name to the long list of tho&e who have used and now endorse y.<ur Castoria. Ths
fact r f the Ingredients b<Mn£ known through the printing of the formula on ths
wrapper is one good and sufneimt reason for th# recommendstiou of any physiclaife
1 know of its good Qualities and recommend it cheerfully."
ANH'clablc Prcparationfor As-
staNatlng Me Food .nnd nebula -
linrt the Stomachs and Dowels of
iu'ssand llesi Contains nri'.hcr
Opium Morphine nor Mineral.
Not Nam c otic .
n,ny.U .W" ,
. ti \ miur * I
BE* Salts - I
shvw .W/ - 1
JUfimtini - /
lit QvtoxuikSoda + I
Apcifcrl Remedy fnrronslipa-
lion. Sour Slonuch.Diarrhoea
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish-
ncss and Loss of Sleep.
FacSimilc Signature of
EXACT COPY or WRAPPER.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
) Boars tlia Signature of
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
tve ccMTku. mommmmv. n MUBMAV new YOUR e.T*.
Do not stick pins into the enevlope,
even If the balloon is a stationary
Never leave the car while in mo-
tion—especially when at a conquer-
able altitude. It hurts.
Do not throw out empty bottle*
when paslsng over densely populated
urban rural districts; they will only
Should your grappllnfc-lron "grap-
ple" a harmless old gentleman and
lift him off his feet, do not be too
angry with him; let him down gently.
When passing over a friend's estate
try and resist tbe temptation of drop-
ping a sand-bag through his conserva-
tory; somebody may be there, and be-
sides. your friend may he a retallator
and a first-class rifle shot.
C. M. Johnson, of Louisville, Ky.,
"I have used your Hunt's Cure and
It Is flne. '
We have many similar letters.
Hunt's Cure is a strictly guaranteed
remedy for any variety of skin dis-
eases. It stops Itching instantane-
Went with the Suit.
Muggsy — Where did yer git da
(Suffer—Got it wld a suit o' clo'es.
"Aw! go u. de t.uthtn' men ain't
glvln' away no watches like that wld
sulu o' clo'es "
"Weil, dls was a second-hand suit
what btlongeil to a gent what was In
swlmmln'." Philadelphia Presa.
With a smooth iron and Deflate
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,
and It will be a positive pleasure to
use a Starch that does not stick to the
Papa—My thlld. If I shall die penni-
less, are you well prepared to fight the
battle of life?
Ulani he—I think o, father I've
been through three engagements al-
ready. -Washington 8tar.
The Paying Teller (In the Day and
Night bank, scrutinizing check) —
How'll you have it?
Mr. Luahlngton—Jtisht th' same—
on'y don't put so much aelier in It.—
T^wi*' Single Hindrr .trsiglit Ac rigsr.
Made of extra <|uality toliat-co Your deal-
er or l<ewis' factory. Peoria, 111.
If a woman has a really good hus-
band, the neighbors always kay he is
henpecked.-N. Y. Mall.
Mrs. WMow's lain— yr.o.
Par rklMrm Mthlna. wft«n. lb* sura., r.4am to
IsMMloe alUi.sJa.sawswl Ssoiiw. MssMUa.
The king ot Ashantl hai 3,332 wires.
A young Jones is born every 40
The number of known stars exceeds
Contributors to the Ixindon Times
are paid $25 a column.
One man In six In the American
navy Is a total abstainer.
The parrot appreciates music more
than any other of the lower animals.
Over 20,000,000 leeches were used
annually 25 years ago. but now not
1,000,000 a year are used.
The world's largest prune orchard
—in l<os Gatos, Cal.—contains 50,000
trees and yields an annual profit of
Oaio, citt or Tols
« f the Brm of K. J. Ch_ . .... „
buflin« aa in ibe « itjr of Toieu . t < uniy n<t
•I thmM, and ilint Mild rim, win i *v tbe um of .
ON K III M i:u IMH.I.AKS tr rn< U and * *rf
rw of i a i 4MKH that rariDd I* lured (•> it«ru euf
Hall i a t akmu (. i us.
•worn r*fore me sod mmm n .# .1 k u.jr prrs-
e&ce. ttiiatftb day of Uecfinlirr \ l !-•
A. W. (.LI.AtfON.
I f N.itaut Pr*Lic. I
Hair. Catarrh rnr« t. taken tntrrniillr Rl '•
air.-. ; y <>n tlir I ami u.u.-. ii. .urfair. uf tba
Sjr.teiu. heuil I t i.-hiIiii. n' (,i- fr<-*
V ■' < III Ml a i " ToM4u, O
Sold >>r I>r'i«L'|.'. ;v
lake HaW . Family 1*111. tor ( "n.tlpatt"H.
One on the Doctor.
a Baltimore physician who boardpd
a crowded car In Charles street, no-
ticed a woman standing and a big Ger
man sprawling over twhe the seat
area that was necessary to him. In-
dignantly the physician said to his:
"See here! W hy don't yon move a
little so that this tired woman may
have a seat?'" For a moment the Ger
man looked dazed. Then a broad
smile spread over his countenance as
ue answered: "Say .dot's a joke on
you. all right' I lot's my vlfe!"
Best of All.
R. J. Mayher. No. 40t> South Clark
St.. Chicago, III., writes as follows.
"I have kept and used your Hunt's 1
Lightning Oil for tbe last ten years
in my family. It Is the only kind to
have and the best of all."
It cures Cuts. Burns. Bruises.
Sprains. Aches. Palnr.. Stings and
Bites. It kills Cblggers. too.
Oive and Take.
••Ornrious, my dear," said the Brst
society belle, spitefully, " I do hope
you're not ill. You look ao much old-
"I'm quite well, thank you. dear." re-
plied the other. "And you—how won-
derfully Improved you are You look
posltltrly young."—Philadelphia Led-
Let Ms Send You a Package o!
with your next order oi groceries and I will guarantee
that you will be letter satisfied
with it than with any starch you
have ever used.
1 claim that it has no superior
for but or cold starching, and
cheap premium* are given
with 1>KMA\< K STARCH.
but YOU <iST OKtt-THIUU ktjKK
HIM TOt'H HOMEY lllltll of e 11V
l>KFIAN< K STARCH costs
10c for a 18-oz. package, and I
wnl refund your money 11 it
tucks lo the iron.
I he i*rottfrjnaa
I W!U NOT
A Certain Curs ler Tlrsd, Not. Aching Ft*.
DO NOT ACCEPT A SUBSTITUTE-
u Kay, M. X.
For TENTS and AWNINGS
the daisy fit killer
In dining room. •Iceplng room sml |>i e « here
•urn* i 'Imii neat,
will not ol I < r In-
Sm WATER PROOF HORSECQVERS
write C. C. HKNDKHKON, 110 North
Cherokee Street, Muskogee, lnd. Ter.
60 Bus. Winter Whsat Per Acn
Thnf'fl the Rtlivr • Ke.l erneui Hvhrttl Winter
Wheal Heiul ft- In *tainp for free Ml mule of enme aa
eiMtittaltwue «f WlM« r WlieaU, Kve. Harlev. n..reiw,
Tlmoihv, Bulb#. Tree-,e«r for fall riantmtr
• ILSKHaKKUdl., Mae N k Latreeae Wla.
Defiance 8tarch—Never sticks to the
I Iron—no blotches— no blisters, makes
ironing easy and does not injure tbe
You can generally stee up a man by
tbe iblnga lie doesn't do.
A Square Deal—81st
flance Starch for 10c.
InJPant variat? for at Ihe Ion
A. r.kKUuiMi ■■nararftneo.. it m. a*
"TOO GREEN TO BURN"
Hanson's Talent Oil (an Indkater
Sample bj man 10 cla. Will sail or Irada
oi «ell on royalty.
j. a. atweee, - oKAtaaat
„ The O Rrss4 will Praia et year
V -fJk Slock from Tt>l«*M Aerate
!2 I waafU. AdSraaa T. A P. laae.
nj Dallas, T
TVa OS3 Uueols. Mabraaka.
Boms ties are not as white as tbejr
Tkonpioa't Eya Waltr
I W. *. v., MUIXOOBX, MO. M, 1906.1 Batfcaa aaM. tur at. Wi
You Look PrBmatursly Old
•eoauae af thaae ugly, arluly, Sray halra. Uae " LA ORBOLK" HAIR RK8T0RSR. Prlea, ai.OO. ratall.
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Constant, J. A. The Claremore Messenger. (Claremore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 28, Ed. 1 Friday, July 13, 1906, newspaper, July 13, 1906; Claremore, Indian Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc178111/m1/3/: accessed October 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.