The Kiowa Sentinel. (Kiowa, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 17, Ed. 1 Friday, April 21, 1905 Page: 4 of 4
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OPERATION fiVnmFR Tf w* *ncounler ■ < ™™
UrtllN I iun HVUIUCU trilect we should auk him whit booki
I he reads.—Emerson.
EXPERIENCE OF HISS MEBKLEV
Mn. Blualnw'a Kimihiiiy dfrm
Wa. ToM That an Oparatlon Wu
Inevitable liow She Escaped It
SPOKE AS A FRIEND.
— „ . TV n avaricious wan life Is ebort;
When a physician tells a woman *uf-'(1e4,h long.
feniig with ovarian or \%« rtib trouble
Ptiperlor quality and extra quantity
must win. This Is why I>pflar.re Htarch
that un operationUneceaaary, the *.-•*
thought of the knife umi tHe o:x-ratiait muM *'"• This I* why I)eflar.ce H
table strikes terror to her bear!, und 18 lukln* tha Place uf all others,
our hospitals are full of wonu n cuiuiug
for ovarian or womb operations.
Once in a while a boy knows
enough not to know more than hi*
A : irf«3ni i:. .11 r. jtnll Blur only
bO'-uts. Tht' I £ u * ."• Compuay, South lu L
A woman isn't half as afraid of a
burglar's revolver as he is of her
timm«« r• -r Mti'i; a-: oo in«. t,.7.u£
U U. lUi**. i.' L, *31 AJvb BUvU. lUiUKjotyhU, it
awful elever to make a
1 is good to h r because
l"* too highly njx.k^n of i
oilmen, 33 Third Ave
ii.. Jun. 0, IWJU.
There an essei where an operation
Is the only resource, but when one eon-
siders the great number «>f eases of
ovarian and womb tnmblo cured l \r
I.ydia JO. Pink ham ** V«Hfotable Coni-
pound after physirians have advised
operations, no woman should submit to
one without first trying the Vegetable
Compound and writing Mrs Plnkham,
Lynn, 2t.a*s , for advioe, which is free.
Miss Margret Merklcy of 275 Third
Street, Milwaukee, Wis , writes:
iVar Mr*. Pinkhtim —
"I^. « f strength. extrom* nerroutnwa
•hooting iiai.'ui through tj„. p,.|Vj,. or^iins
bftannjf down pains .nd rran-fM rut . ".^1
ii « to k iiHtili. nl rtdvl< H '] Ii,. ,| m*tor. after
making un exanunution. mil I I had ov.iriun
trouble and titration and a-lvi-*! MI, .j*rn-
tfon To this I strongly obj.--t«-.| ltn 1 i.
to V I.Tdia !•: i'lf khaui M V. r •«!>!.• <\,ni- '
pound The uli'eratioii quieklv ||. ulnl u]| 1
tho luid Kvmpfoui* disappear.* I an.J J ttU1
once more strong, vigorous and well " I
Orarian an<l womb troubles are stend- '
lly on the increase among women. If
the monthly periods are very painful,
or too frequent and excessive if you
have pain or swelling low down in the
left Ride, bearing down pains, leueor
Affection is pro
by the Judgment
mI, not laid aside,
®*ots.« I#xl0 ■uetCreyon Mela* - • r
fcouthwe.tern ArtuU' AMoc.tUoa. Lil.as. leiA*T
rhiea. don't neglectyours-df try Lyc
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
A woman either loves or hates; she
i has m> middle course.
Talking nun bines—Victor and Ed!-
■on are the best; cash or payments, $l
weekly. \\ i it.- f .lav JENKINS' MU* IP
CO.. KANSAS ClTV. MO. JO .OUO rw-oriU la
otuvk. Mention this paper.
I The avaricious man Is the cause of
his own misery.
So rhrom >« or cheap premiums, hut
h better quality and one-third more
of lM flnnet> Htiirrh for the sumo price
of other starches.
When a woman is plainly bad, then
she is harmless.
•H'r^iith'LHI' Krrr®,,< |,a- buffered
Ltetkl • fkturlt* llrliiBil?, Ilouiluut, 1 II <*X
What ill ran we visit to an avar-
icious man except—let him live loug?
To love and to be wise is scarcely
granted to a nod.
Doctor's Invitation Had Nothing to Do
McLaughlin likes a "wee dhrop"
I ut he likes it often. His heart bp w
weaker as his thlrsl grew stronger.
Finally there came a time when he
l*dt the need of a doctor's advice, and
so he called on one of his friends who
was a phjslcian.
He found the doctor In bis study,
with a cannel Ore at one side and a de-
canter of liquor on the table at his
left The doctor reached for his
stethoscope, and tho patient unfasten-
ing his coat, cant an envious eye at
the decanter. The test being over,
the doctor placed the stethoscope on
the table near the decanter, and said
"Mac, you have a bad heart; a very
bad heart. Nothing organic, my boy.
but you will have to let liquor alone. I
That Is my advice as a physician."
McLaughlin reached for his hat. His I
I ears were realized. He tried to lis- I
| i«'ii to a ' good story" the doctor was
i telling. Hut he was in no humor for
joking and he edged his way toward
Have a little drink before you go,"
j-ald the doctor, as he poured out Rome
of the contents of the decanter into a
"What do you mean? tfemrnded
McLaughlin. ".>idn't you Just tell me
'I -it ii I didn't stop drinking It would
bt 'he death of me?"
"Yes, I did," said the doctor. "But
that was the physidan's advice. As
an old friend, however. I insist on you
W.klng a nip now and then, litre's
your good health."
UYSPEPS1A YIELDS 1
A NINC TEARS' VICTIM FINDS 4 !
HiM£DY THAT 0UEE3. | fi
PSYCHIC IN<FLufcNCE IN DATTLE.
Ccst Koircpatkin a Victory at Liac
yang and Yen-Tai.
says a write
. in suite of i
UP TO THE
t t r T w «i Yr.it * 1 *«i\Vr*k toWork-A Korea
Doctor* Had Tried la Cheek lii<t.ii< .
T.cattnrut That f>urceeUcl.
Al! sufferers fr«mi weakness or disor-
ders of the digestive organs will read
with lively interest the story of the com*
p! '« r. -oTory of Mrs. Xettlie Djtrvoux
from chronic dyspepsia which was j
thought to bo iueurnbie.
" To Iks ailing for nine years is not a
very pleasant experience," sai«l Mrs. j
Darvoux, when inked for some account |
"f her illucss. " Kor two years I was .
critically ill and could not attend to my I Cl
household duties, and at ouo time I was
th" } coa!M,"ot must I so^ht In his attaching too
ion had l
pepsia. I became extremely thin and
had a sallow complexion. i had no ap-
petite and could not take any food with-
out suffering great distress "
" Did you have a physician?"
" Yes, I took mediciue from a dozen
different do tors, but without getting
any benefit whatever."
14 How did you get on the track of a
"A book about Dr. Williams'Pink Pills
was thrown in our doorway one clay.
My husband picked it up and rend it
through carefully. IIo was so impressed
- -B- nussii Iiujirt'.ssed . ..
by tho itateraeutaof those who liad been Inquiring t
—7- I: For Infants and Children.
SfllThe Kind You Have
simllating IheFondnntinccula -
dig Uic Sloanci j and Bowls uf
ileus and Rest .Contains neither
0|)iiim.Mor|>iim(' nor Miucral.
/WyaJvji SrxtL ' .
Ml.X f.fUMt * 1
ILrk. U I
Aoitr .Wrf i* 1
AtCrrminl - )
/it u:rt< I'l.iU. Cir^t j> 1
rrp SesJ - w
Aperferl lioniPtly forronsUpa
Hon, Sour Slouwch, Diarrhoea
Worms .Convulsions, Kevrrish-
ness and Loss of Sleep.
Facsimile Styjnalure of
' il ^
EXACT COPY Of WRAfPER.
COTTON GINNING MACHINERY
We Make the Beat.
Wo Make the Largest Line in the World
have mnro u.'ll pleased itnil liKppy rust. -ni"*. tlinn nil t
maherH eomhiiifil, brv.iuse tin , are unking \ \ ou know the
MUNGER, PRATT, EAGLti, \VI\SHiP anJ SMITH goods.
We mako them. Write us (or prieen utnl cat alogue.
CONTINENTAL GIN COMPANY, DALLAS, TEXAC)
32 YEARS CELLING DIRECT : -
■ Wc arc la- t manufacturers of vehiclos and harness in the v orld soli- " '
; to consumers exclusi\ elv.
We Have No Agents
. - TnrTj
b'.:t ship anywhere
CTT^ guarantct-ing 0«ie dcliv
I\//A ery. V
rc out noth-
tyle, quality and
Btylea of vehicles and
65 styles of ha
Oor Urjt CaUSetv* u
, T&Ll Scad (or it.
KltTr>ar<t Carrlntfe OL Hnrncsit M.V
■o iia , omHaat
ofliplet- lis* no
real meaning of culture.
More Valuable to Possessor Than
Mich marl- in examinations depend
upon a trained memory and a power
of acquiring irrelevant information.
Culture, on tbo contrary, is a sympa-
thetic assimilation of the best in the
realm of thought and achievement.
( ii It ure is a slower process and a
deeper, and it.- reward strikes further
( In. Assimilation of the best thai lias
I boon thought and accomplished afreets
I not merely tho brain but the character
! —the whole spirit of n man. Culture
implies a soil plowed and fertilized,
whore whatever seed falls has the bet-
ter chance for growth.
Information even in vast quantities,
■ o long as it remains more informa-
tion. used for purposes of passing ex-
aminations. reed not affect the man-
ners nor the morals of a man; both
may remain hopelessly lax in an en-
cyclopedlan mine of facts. But cul-
ture affects primarily the manners and
the morals. \ cultured gentleman has
external methods of getting on with
his kind; he has the ir e sense of re-
lationship. i he feeling that all he can
learn to feel or lo be is not for him-
self. but for service; he Knows himself
In a network of human inter relations.
In the end, the test of knowledge Is
not examination marks, it is living.—
Harper's W( ekly.
Mrs. Blank's Club Paper.
Ever since young Mrs. Hlank Joined
the Mutual Culture club the prospect
of Home day having to read a paper
there has hung like a pall over her.
When, after evading her duty as long
as possible, she found herself set
down for a thesis on Neo-Platonism or
Ilabism. or something equally beyond
her ability, she nearly resigned from
There nre wayc, however, of manag-
ing these things, and Mr?. Blank
found one of them through the kind-
no*H of Miss Jinks, a fellow member
who writes for her living. Mrs. Blank
arrived at tho club on tho appointed
day in a new gov She had, indeed,
spent tho time th. ought to have
served to make her more familiar with
her paper in having that gown fitted.
The paper, however, was neatly
typed, and Mrs. niank read it most
impressively till the came to the bot j
tom of the first page. There a word
reemod to be lacking. Mrs. Blank hes-
itated, re-read the line, and hesitated
Miss Jinks popped up eagerly.
'The word is 'syllogism,'" she said
His Voice Needed Filing.
There is a young medical student
living in Westport who has decided
rot to speak to a girl he knows. He
vas calling on the young woman re-
cently and during Iho evening he vol-
unteered to sing. When he had con-
cluded his song he turned to the girl
"I'm thinking of taking voice culture,"
he said. "Do you know of a good
teacher whose charge is reasonable?"
"! know the very one for you," she
replied. "His name is Taylor. Give
n.o a card and I'll write down his
telephone number for you." The young
man gave her the card. Next day he
called Taylor up on the telephone I
*'ls this Mr. Taylor, the vocal teach
or?' he asked. 'The what?" came
the wire "The vocal teacher?"
Naw/ was the reply "I don't teach
I file saws."—Kansas City
cured by that remedy that ho imme-
diately bought three boxes of tho pills
and insisted on tuy taking them."
" Did they help yon nt once?"
" I began to ft-el better tho second day
after I started to tiso tho pills and by tho
ttino I had tukeii tho three boxes I was
eutiroly well. I)r. Williams' Pink Pills
can cure ev. ti vvheu doctors fail, and
they cure thoroughly, for a long time
has passed sinco my restoration to health
and I know it is complete and lasting."
Tho surest way to mako sound diges-
tion is to give strength to the organs con-
cerned. Dr. Williams'Pink Pills give
uavv vigor to tho blood. No other rem-
edy yields such radical results.
Mrs. Darvoux lives at No. 497 Sixth
street, Detroit, Mich. Dr. Williams'
Pink PiB« sold by all druggists in
every part uf tho world. Dyspeptics
should send to the I)r. Williams Med-
ioino Company, Schenectady, N. Y., for
a new booklet entitled " What to Eut
a ml How to Eat."
Tho Oldest American City
It is commonly believed that St.
Augustine—founded in 15G5—is tho
oldest city in tho United States. But
considering Porto Rico a part of the
United States such a belief is not
correct. The settlement of Ponce
do Leon at Caparra is older by fifty-
The exact location of the historical
Caparra was discovered accidentally
by Dr. Harrington of the San Juan
w.athcr ofljce. Hearing from the na-
ti.es along (he road to Pueblo Viejo
of their tradition of tho first Spanish
town In Puerto Rico, ho procured a
guide and made an examination of
the nearly extinct ruin. "Without
doubt," he says, "the ruins I found
vver" those of tho first settlement es-
tablished by tho explorer and colon-
i/.er l'once do Leon. Both local tra-
dition and history name Caparra as
tho earliest town on the island and
agree on the same site near Old Vil-
lage, or Pueblo Viejo.
"Even tho native negroes, some of
whom could neither read nor write,
knew the story of Caparra. My per-
sonal investigations showod me the
correctness of their traditions. The
only remains of tho original town
visible now are the ruins of a church,
hospital and a repaired limestone
furnace. Most of the stone from the
church, house and hospital had been
used, according to tho natives, in the
construction of highways. A his-
torical landmark near Is tho reputed | fj(
and in disregarding the reaction which
the slow but constant advance of the
Japanese produced among his troops
Finally, the disdain of the Imponder-
ables of immeasurable psychical influ-
ences avenged Itself on the comman-
der-in-chief himself by drawing him
down into the whirlpool of the army's
shaken confidence. At the decisive
moment-; en the blood-sodden battle-
fields of Liaoyang and Yentai his com-
I posure deserted him and when only
stretch out his hand to
•Is he yielded them to his
gain the laut
It was only during the nine days'
battle between Mukden and Liaoyang
that Gen. Kouropatkin regained his
lost confidence, and it was only due to
his undying resistance during that pe-
riod that the Russian army was en-
abled to maintain its positions and
even to gain fresh footing.
PRINCESS STARTS A CAFE.
But It Is a Charity Establishment for
the Poor of Athens.
Society at Athens was invited to the
inauguration of the new restaurant
for the poor, or "SyssMon," estab-
lished by the crown princess of
Greece, near the Acropolis.
The ceremony of the inauguration
was honored by the presence of the
king and queen and all the members
of the royal family, says the New
York Herald. Princess Sophie her
self was the first to taste the food
which the poor of the city will have
at a nominal price.
A large number of poor people wore
waiting outside and entered as soon
as the doors were opened, most ol
them being aged men, women and
children. They were served on thai
day by the most distinguished women
The king and members of the royal
family went frequently to the kitchen
and through the rooms and took great
pleasure in seeing the satisfaction
of the poor people.
A similar restaurant for the poor,
called "Syssition," is already in exist
ence in another quarter of the city
near the market, due to the same
benevolent foundress. Princess Sophia
has already acquired the name of
"Good Princess," and ha.^ now made
herself more popular than ever by tho
US'CLE SAM -"A Hifrh Standard is Required ot
Any Catarrh Remedy That Has lieen Endorsed by so
Many Trustworthy and Prominent People."
Will give you best
service in proper
Shoes. Ask your
dealer to fit your
give you Comfort,
The Right Shoe
feet with shoes which .....
Style and Longest Wear.
for all sorts of wear will be found in
ALWAYS JUST CORRECT"
If your particular dealer really moans to gluo you TOUR MONEY'S WORTH
he will sell you CLOVER BRAND. Buy a pair of "ANIGO" SHOES today I
LARGEST FINE SHOE EXCLUSIVISTS '
ST. LOUIS, U. S. A.
gold mine worked by the first Spanish
settlers. Ponce do Loon is said to
have greatly enriched himself by the
compulsory labor of tho natlvo la-
ians in the mines."
Doctor's Wife Was Squelched.
"Late the other night.' remarked
the doctor, "when my wife decided I
must not make any more calls, the
telephone bell rang. She went to tlje
phone and assured the party 1 was
not at home.
Asked to suggest something to
calm a baby patient my wife turned
her head and asked mo what she
should advise. I told her to tell the
folks to give fifteen drops of pare-
goric. Then came the Inquiry:
'What shall I do if the paregoric
Japan in Commerce
In Europe, and in some parts of this
country tho tocsin Is being sounded
n th • matter of the commeclal war
that Japan will mako upon the rest of
tho world after tho war Is over.
Japan Is deficient in the raw materi-1
als that enter Into commerce. Her 1
tillable a ma Is limited, possible not A rontlo.,,an wllo visil,
•« rh " ,lhat ,°f, Calif°lnia; and wlth I Matkm of a city wa.or
much less variety and value of re-
sources. The position of ,i-.pan Is. and
will be. much like that of tho British
i-'les. She must Import raw material
to support any considerable variety
of manufactories, and ultimately must
ok abroad the food of her people.—
'an Francisco Call.
Cortelyou's Recreation the Piano.
Free Grant Lands
During the months of March an 1 April, there
cxr'iriiunnon U"' v. ri.. i«. lit . r;i •
wuy u> the Canadian Wi s;
Hundred* of thousands of sen** of the h *st
Wheat anil (iruzlng LunUs on the Cotittncut
free lo the seitler.
Adjoining land mnvlu- purchased from rail,
way and land compatiu at p-a .unable j r .
For Information as to route, cost of transpnr.
tfttion etc apply l. Supi rlnt.mlf nt ..f Inm.f.
irraiion. ottawa. Cani'.i. or ■ auth; r'.. it in-
ad Iun (lovcrnnK'nt At/rut—J S Cr. iwf. r.l ,Ny
UK. W. Ninth Street, Buu>a« Uly, Miaauuri.
W. N. U., Oklahoma City. No. 15, 1905
\\ f or th« U.^H. Ar my. rxb'.o
LEAR. HEALTHY 8KI.il
an J Bkia Kenedy
Purifies, Then H . -l
■Itirtty* irot Kciema, Ptn
| up 'M«ca«r. I
I £«.00Per Bottle. Sendf.r PR£fc BOOKLET 3
3 Ask jour drainrUt or barber or aud lo
[CAMSaOLM PEUP CO.. Dm Koir? , lor.a I
iral Co .
U'.nists in the
period in his
ler« I makiiiR
ally heavy he r. >• s to his den and sits
down nt the piano in tho dark. Mrs.
I Cortelyou know- when he is beginning
to forgr-!. his ofUclp.! ♦roubles, for then
lie ceases the minor strains with
which he always begins and passes to
more lively mualc, generally finishing
with a triumphant march. Mr. Cortel-
you finds the ft.me stimulus and r e
Ireehment in music that other men
find in drink, drugs or long walks.
Not to tho swift, the rac.-:
N< t to thr strong, tho l.t
not work?' Again my wife look-
ed in my direction and I said- 'Give a
few drops of laudanum.' Once more
my wife repeated my advice. Vexed,
the party at the other end of the wiro
came back with: N
"The next time the doctor is away
from home, if you have occasion to
use tlie telephone and there is a
man in your room, please have the
decency to place your hand over the
receiver of the telephone when you
speak to him.'"—Chicago Tribune.
A Hat Experiment.
A gentleman who visited a pumping
. works was
hown into the engine room. "What
I am proudest of hero is my draff,
said the engineer. "Here it is." He
raised a trap door in the floor, disclos-
ing a black hole about a foot square,
pnd the visitor looked in eagerly.
Nothing was to be seen, but a tremen-
dous draft sucked in his silk hat. "Ila.
.la! cried the engineer, joyously. "Now,
:his is an interesting experiment. Just
watch that tall stack over there."
He pointed to a lofty stack, and as
ie did so Ihe silk hat shot straight
Dut of it fifty feet up in the air. and
:hen, like a big black bird, sailed slow-
y away. "Grand experiment, indeed,"
said the visitor, "ami I thank you for
t. I will now endeavor to secure the
•emains of my hat." And he chased
iway after his property, while the on-
jineer looked on with an amused
a rca LB K rxX2 ra 'SzjjT I j jj.. 4 WJ ay
LEWIS' SINGLE BIDDER'
MCigar better Quality than most 10? Cigars1
I a ct>idled by tboir jvkUi;u - aj-ecw Iron: Yram. JMrflwla'ifectury, t'eoru., iu-
KEY BRAND SHOES
$20 lo $40
uitln.rneU .jWgf if.'S "
of j.hh! character 8 PaP*r
« Citizen* of Ljllteu Sit ut , or
. nd Uniperate habit*, wnoran upeak, ruad .in 1
- K^r .infyrniation *'>ply to R
II ; ti h r s ;• . a
KlmhaTl~ .■!!,'!'''!', .'.;turv
fuaranti .-,1 like I,, v. vlM ,
pti ea l . • Ml \\: c
JENKINS' MUSIC HOUSE. KANSAS CITY M0
Whta Wiittay mention thU paper. '
In writing adve-tlsers, please men-
Put nfton fait'
Com A Kunst ti
to th- R.-al:
> walk In durkn
of th< soul.
- •■■■ •■••• • ti n •,' i. iij
' "T. 'J*' ■ «' luX T.r., Saii SUw
ti., or Guthrie, Of-*
A thousand tlm«s l>>
Tho Syrian hosts ha
A thousand tlnnx th.
Hath ri en tdorltlcd.
Tho truth tho wlso n
Was spokon hy a rlil
Tho alabastor t>. v
Every hcateReepcr should know
If they will buy DeGanco Cold
Water Starch for laundry use they
will savo not only time, becatisd It
j never sticks to tho Iron, but because
j each package contains 10 oz.—ono full
r"-ini! wbllo all other Cold Water
Starches aro put up In ■); pound pack-
ages, aid the prlco la tho same, 10
cent?. Then asalu because Duflanca
Starch Is free from all injurious chem-
icals. If your Krocer tries to sell you a
12 or. package It Is because he haa I inllc
b ftock on banil which he wishes to
dispose of before be puts In Defiance. ' Raises Finest Horseradish.
He l.nov s that llefianco Stnrch has The village of llaiorsilorf, which lias
prir.ted i i: every package In large let 1 die reputation of raising the finest
ers and figured 1C ozs." Temaad j horseradish In Europe. Is about twen-
Deflar.ce *n,l save much time and ; ty-tWO miles south ot Btmberc on the
aa(' aDD°lranc8 ot the iron ljn0 of railroad to JCremberg. Horse-
ng. Deflancs never sticks. j radish Is cultivated almost exclusive.
When at. avaricious man dies then ! Iv n about l.M.j acres of the moist
only does he do rlghtlv ! grounds of the vallej of the river Reg-
* nltz. The average yearly yield
Another's wealth pleases us; ours ! a®0,in^8 1° ahout 55.000 hundred
more agreeable to others. weight (G.050,000 pounds), whieh rep
is more agreeable to others.
When an old woman frolics sho
jokes with dealh.
Like flax, tho lover flames
more by agitation.
i resents a value of $120,000. Most of
the product is exported to Austria,
the Netherlands, Switzerland and
More Flexible and Lasting, •
won't shako out or blow out; by ualng
Deflanr* Starch you obtain better re-
•ults than posilbK- with any other
brand und on«-thlrd mora for a&ma
Time, not the soul, makes an end
Not from m.v torch, tho jflon
But from tht atari ibov • ;
Not from my h. ait lif. s rrln:>
But from th - th pths . r p.v.
—U«nry van Dyke, in The Atluntla
I Courage Increases by daring, fear
I by delaying.
The Call of Duty.
Setllln* down to work onto mo'
Had do holiday;
Government Is safe foh sho',
Clot It fixed to stay.
Flshworm'* 'bout to leave his holo
Tain' foh mo to shirk '
8onny. cut dat finhtn' pole,
It's time to go to work.
I don mahch foh many a mile,
In dut biff parade;
Couldn* he'p fum stoppln' while
All dut music played.
On de river sunbeams shine,
An' do shadows lurk.
Bonny, git dat fishln' line.
It a time to go to work.
Art your sliors stvbcjrou entire satisfaction! Would you like to buy a pair of shoe, tht,
Sprlni-aiMl eajuj ncariiwa comfortable, aood l.iokiaKshuo all Summer, and at the sane-lima
'mrnp wnKi'? "I "l"w,,rj'"" " you want to do this ask to see a pair of
GIESEUKE SHOLs b-foi- ton buy any others. Insist upon xeeinit them btlorc you purcha...
I Hi allow anyone to talk yen out of this. Millions have worn them for over i years and «iU
hate no other. If your dealer don't keep them, write us,
When bnying loose coflfee or anything your grocer happens
t° have in his bin. how do you know what you are
getting ? Komo queer HtorieH about coffee that is hoT.I in bulk
coulit bo tohl, if the people who hatiJie it (grocers), oored to
Could any amount of mere talk havo persuajed millions of
housekeepers to use
the leader o! all packagc coiiees for over a quarter
ol a century, if they had not found it superior to all other brands in
Purity, Strength, Flavor and UnllormHy?
This popular aurecs* of LION COFFEE
can be due only to Inherent merit. There
la no fttronger proof of merit than con-
tinued and incrcntlng popularity.
II the verdict ol MILLIONS OF
HOUSEKEEPERS docs not convince
you o! the merits ol LION COFFEE,
II costs you hut a trIIIe to buy a
package. It Is the easiest way to
convince yourself, and to make
yju a permanent puhciiaser.
LION COFFKE is sold onlv In 1 j;> ■«>. „• t
Md rnche. jrou as p0re .nJdtln ^ ,P
Lion-head on ovfry iiacktge.
fiavetheae Lion-beaJs Rr al«ble premium,
SOLD BY GROCERS
WOOLSON SPICE CO., Xol,,ln n,,„
W. N. U„ Oklahoma City, No. 15, 1905
BEGGS* BLOOD PURIFIER
Cl RfcS catarrh ol th# stomach.
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Vernon, John C. The Kiowa Sentinel. (Kiowa, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 17, Ed. 1 Friday, April 21, 1905, newspaper, April 21, 1905; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc274036/m1/4/: accessed December 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.