Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 49, Ed. 1, Thursday, April 20, 1899 Page: 3 of 4
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Before sarsaparillas were known
ago it began
i you can count
tion of the
able to im-
bottle of sarsa-
11a that is
enoueh : vou can
have confidence at once. If you want an I
experiment. Knv nnvVinrlv's Sarsamnlla : if 0
you want a cure you must buy
Important Evonts of Every
Purt of tho Torrltory.
CLYDE SATTOX BECOMES A FUGITIVE
Not.rt Mariterfir Blub. Man TVho Die
Ataitox shun 'that Ma It no Cow-
ard In K.catilne Mnrdarar
Btllla Jlaliii a "Dojttli
II. d" ( onf.aalou
vSthif yt Mil toB i ww
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The S&mpmlla glr
. czrz-jn i
which made Sirsipuilli famous
Mrjrclar.r Atallnjc Kfmpea.
l'onca City Conrlor: Every report
coinliif from the put suets of MuUni
confl'.ctH with evory other report. Of-
Qcerx Jennings and Fioy drovo into
Ponca City about seven o'clock last
(Wednesday) evening. They were nc-
coinpuulod by Oscar Taylor who hud
driven Muitox It Is claimed to the
Knw country. Neither ofllcer .would
(jive anything posltlvo but both gave
the Inference that Clyde hod been
met aud vanqulMicd. Tho Courier hns
infoimrttion however which Is entire-
ly reliable that Muttox made a et
uway of It. The straight of the story
Is Intrd to got at beyond this but that
Clydu uiude his etcapo is certain.
At Kawkiilc. Mm (1ml Sen told
Mends that he had killed Cyde with a
double-ban eled r.liot gun and he gave
the Inference that bomeone else had
been wounded also. Sheriff fierce
wag In close consultation at 8:30 with
County Attorney l'inkham aud it is
currently rumored that other nrrests
will be made. Pierce Is very mysteri-
ous and will tell next to notlilnjf
about ttie case. Whether he and his
po.e saw Clyde or not Is a question
though they weie not very fur behind
him when he entered tho Kuw coun-
try. The officers try to leave the Im-
pression that if thoy did not get him
they cuu put their hands on him at
any time. This is probably let out to
hide dlbcomflture at failure in making
This escape Is one of the boldest and
most successful In modern annals.
Mattox stayed in the Immediate vicini-
ty of tho tioublu uli night and in the
morning as late as eight o'clock when
everybody was stirring he starts out
meeting people ulong the road who
knew his luce well lie did not nvold
the public highways but followed the
most traveled rond anil went through
Kildare u good sized town with tele-
phone couuectloiib three ah ections aud
ofllceis at each end wutchlnr for news
of him. He passed several o Ulcers
looking for htm and llnully niter a
drive of 10 miles through a thickly
settled country and pusslug officers
who weie lying in wuit for him he
succeeded in reaching u point where
he eluded all puisult. All this in
tlnmll. Investigation at an Knd.
Wichita I-Bglc. Tho Logan county
grand jury wur discharged which ends
for the time being1 the Investigation of
bribery charges Implicating ceitaln
members of the Oklahoma legislature.
It Is not likely though that tho in-
vestigation will bo dropped cntlioly.
Through the alleged connivance of
county officials some of the most im-
poiluni. witnesses were permitted to
evade the summons Issued by the grand
jury and It is the avowed Intention of
County Attorney Edgar Jones to have
theso witnesses particularly the par-
ties who me supposed to know all
about the passage of the county
weigher's bill beforo tho next grand
jury. The Oklahoma City witnesses
weio before the grand jury recently
and unless their ovldcnctt was of vital
impoitauce it is not likely that tho
giaud jury will return any Indictments.
Her I. title Joke.
Jones delights in n Practical Joke but
having one ulsjeil on him is a vastly dif-
ferent mtlr ...
The other day hit ml rushea breath-
lessly into the room gapping "Come
llcnrv quick! There's a catamount in the
.lone grabbed his rifle and sprinted for
the scene of action but hia most cautious
reconnoitera faded to discover the animal
" here ib the beast J" he demanded.
"Why Henry dear" hia wifa replied
"Tabby Ins tome kittens and that make
a rat amount doc'ii'l it?"
CIoe observers declare that the roof of
the Jones residence was seen to suddenly
elevate but it slowly settled awin in the
course of 24 hours. N. Y. World.
OVER WORK MAKES
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
Sinner Young Mnn'a Sire Give
Him the Wliercvrltlinl to
"Ilnlau the Uoujfli."
"My ton" said the old rratleman who
Very properly objects to nl'inn "1 luvo
been thinking oier jour request this morn-
ing and I am inclined to think I may have
been & little hasty m my decision."
"Thank jou governor."
"I believe in clearly understanding a case
before reopening it. Now as I remember
the conversation jour call at the office
wis prompted by a detire to 'raise the
"Yes; that is to say "
"Never mind. I ask for no explanations.
I do not seek to inquire into all the trivial
whims of youth. 1 accept them as 1 do the
wild flowers among the grain. They are
useless but they are cheeiing to contem-
plate. There are many things I do not un-
derstand among them being golf lawn
tennis and football. Hut I do not assume
to interfere with jour innocent divers.on
any more than I undertake to keep track
of the current fad If you want to give up
experiments with the chafing dish and go
to work with an oven I have no objection
to oiler nor will I let the mere matter of
expense stand in your way. I was rather
busy when you spoke to me about raising
the dough this morning. I know that I
spoke shortly) but my heart is in the right
place aud I am too generous and indulgent
to deny your slightest request. Here my
boy Is two cents. Go and buy yourself a
cake of yeast." Washington Star.
Superintendent The necktie department
will have to be moved further away from the
"The spring stjles make so much noise
lhat the clerks can't work." Boston Post.
KATY IN LITERATURE.
A Snntoh of Story Wherein the "Cboo-
Chooa" Indulge In a Few raffs
lie (the switch engine) gave a vigorous
push to the west-bound cat as he spoke and
started hack with a snort of surprise for
the car was an old friend an M. K. T box-
car. "Jack my drivers but its homeless Katy!
Why Katy ain't there no getting you
back to your friends? There's 40 chasers
out for you from your road if there's one.
Who is holding you now ?"
"Wish I knew" whimpered homeless
Katy. "I belong in Parsons. I've only been
out ten months but I'm just achin' home-
sick; I want to be in Kansas where the sun-
"Yard's full o' Homeless Katies an'
Wanderin' Willies" the switch engine ex-
plained to .007. "Dunno quite how our men
tix it. Snap around. I guess; nj how I've
done my duty. She s on her way to Kan-
sas via Chicago; but I'll lay my next boiler-
ful she'll be held there to wait consignee's
convenience and sent back to us with wheat
in ths fall." From Itudyard Kipling's
Maud Between us dear I think the
count's compliments rather crude. He told
me the sight of my beautiful face actually
made his mouth water.
Edith The idea! I'm sure vour fae
doesn't look quite that much like a lemon.
The Bishop I hope my dear madam that
tha season of Lent just past has been one
of profit to you.
Mrs. Inchly It has indeed bishop. I
am almost entirely cured of dyspepsia.
HEALTH and beauty are the glories of perfect woman-
hood. "Women who suffer constantly with weakness peculiar
to their sex cannot retain their beauty. Preservation of
pretty features and rounded form is
a duty women owe to themselves.
The mark of excessive monthly suf-
ering is a familiar one in tho faces of
young American women.
Don't wait young women until
your good looks are gone past recall.
Consult Mrs. l'inkham nt the out-
Btart. Write to her at Lynn Mass.
Miss Ed.va Ellis Higginsport Ohio writes: "Dear Mrs.
Pinkham I am a school teacher and had suffered untold agony
during my menstrual periods for ten years. My nervous sys-
tem was almost a wreck. I suffered with pain in my side and
had almost every ill human flesh is
heir to. I had taken treatment from a
number of physicians who gave mo
no relief. In fact ono
eminent specialist said
no medicine could help
me I must submit to
an operation. At my
mother's request I
wrote to Mrs. Pink-
ham stating my
case in every par-
ticular and re-
ceived a prompt
reply. I followed
the advice given
me and now I
suffer no more
II' unyone cares
to know more
about my case I
will cheerfully answer all
Miss Kate Cook 16 Ad
dison St. Mt Tackson. Ind writes: "Dear Mrs. Pinkham
I am by occupation a school teacher and for a long while suf-
fered with painful menstruation and nervousness. I have re-
ceived more benefit from Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
pound than from all remedies that I have ever tried."
I X v
Fire at WatouK.
Republican: On lust Thursday even-
injr tho lhcry barn of O. M. Wood-
worth caught flic iu some mysterious
manner ami burned to the ground. Its
destruction wascomplelu. Twohorscs
perished iu the lltuues. ruio usw sur-
rey was burned. Il!qttli"l liuid ef-
foi ts ou the part of tin UtirMji of the
town to .keep the buildings on tho
south side of the street opuoslte the
stable from burning. rurtunutcly
however no other buildings were
burned. Tlu Woodworth livery barn
wus one of the old land maiks.
Oxrnr 'laylur'. Sturr.
The Ponca City Cornier icportcr saw
Oscar Taylor at his fuim west of the
city. Ho said that yesterday (4th)
morning Clyde wus ut tils house and
had slept witli one of his men. Hu
got up with the fuinily at six o'clock
and ate breakfust. Taylor went out
to hitch up his drlviug horse saying
he was going to Kuw to get a pair of
collars. Clyde suld lm would llKo to
go along as fur as town. Hu told his
mother that he wnw going to Okluhoinu
City and not to look for htm for a few
days. On the way to town he told
Taylor that he hud gotten Into some
trouble and would liho to go by the
town to let it blow over befoie he
went back. So they drove along with-
out coming to town. They drove
through Cioss publicly and were seen
by several. They passed lluoiigh Kll-
date unit diove cast ubou six miles
where they met Marshal Seng und
Jailer Ward in tiic road face to face.
When he saw them Clyde held two
cocked revolver!) pointed under tho
lap robo und the officers saw them.
They allowed them to puss. Taylor
insisted that Clyde should get out but
he refused and demanded that he he
driven across the river. Taylor drove
him across the river and near Chnrley
Claik's place Clyde jumped out anil
disappeared iu the woods.
IMIIIa Hard Lack.
Cheiokcc News: William Mills llv
ing near Pri or Cresk L T. wus stilck-
en with pneumou'a a few days ago
and his attending physician notified
him his doom wus sealed. On the
strength of this decimation ho made
preparations to shuttle off this mortal
coil. After ariangfng for the dispo-
sition of his woildly goods he con-
fessed religion aud made a statement
that he hud poisoned his first wife
who was a sister of Charles McClelland
giving details of his Uendish work.
Now he is on the road to recovery and
the strong arm of the law guards his
bedside aud as soon us his condition
will permit he will be arraigned on the
chaige of murder.
Mm. William. Will Mum Kant.
Purcell Register: Mrs Juuics Will
lams und children iiie in the city for
the purpose of attending the trial of-
C. B. Douglass chuigud nitli killing
the husband and father ut Aidmute
iu June lt97. Mis. Williams has been
living in Doulou Texas since selling
her piper the Chronicle at Ardmore.
Upon the conclusion of this trial she
expects to remove with her enliro
fumily to Brooklyn New York whcie
she will reside vltU her father who
for 20 years has been employed on tho
New Yuik Herald.
ltircell Woman Murdered.
Pu rcell Register: Mis. E. R. Flelsh
er formeily a I'm cell girl her maiden
name being Gertie Roblii&ou was shot
ami hilled by a young man nunitd.
Sandei son near Holtoti Kansas Sun-
duy. Monduy night Sanderson was
lynched by u masked mob of S3 mmi.
lie killed Mrs. Vleibhcr because ho
thought she wus influencing his
sweetheart against him. The lady
was only 17 yeais of age und her hus-
band Is a Santa Fe engineer l mining
between Pnrcell nnd Arkuusas Cfty.
()ra drawers IHated.
Tho grupe growers ao much elated
over the prospect for giapes us nil
buds are sound not having been affec-
ted by the heavy win lei freeze s'.i3's
the Oklahoma City TIines-.Touinul.
They are so lute iu starting Unit there
is no danger from fiost after the blos-
soms arc opened. A good crop this
year will undoubtedly greatly increase
tho number of Tines now growing in
filrnd of Mutlux Arretted
Ponca City coriespoudence: Nothing
os to tho wheteabouts of Clyde Mattox
Is known but it Is generally supposed
that he is with friends In the Kaw
country. Oscar Taylor who ussteled
the inurdeer to escape Is now under
arrest. He affirms that he knew noth-
ing of the killing until he and Mattox
met the officers und that he .is guilty
of no criminal intent.
Tho county commissioners of Kay
county have revoked the license of W.
II. MuKenzle piuprietor of the saloon
iu which the murder occurred.
AllVorti or IV.alh.r.
Norman Transcript: Oklahoma has
been treated to all sorts of weather
the past weehiblUzards freezes vturra
days snow aud sunshine. Saturday
was a nice day but on Sunday a bliz-
zard started in from tho north and
Bunday night und Monday a two inch
sleet und snow fell. Monday was
bllzzardy aud a heavy freezti Monday
ulght got away nitli the fruit; Tuesday
was sunshiny uud warm melting tlu
sleet and snow. Wednesday was
blustery again; an ornery duy with uu
tgly wind from the south.
ormal klchool !trciita.
The board of legents for the terrl
toiial normal schools me in session at
Edmoud ut which meeting the formal
ecceptance of the Alvu school building
will be decided also piobably the se-
lection of a faculty for tho two nounal
schools for tho ensuing school 3 car.
IJ.ilroj. Life nnd I'rnp.rtr
Firo at Wynnewood destroyed tlu
Masonic hall and office of the Republic.
luck Robinson a printer In the latter
place was burned to death. Property
loss S3 000 No Insiuance. Origin of
Cblldr.u S.nt to Orphans' Howe.
Wu ton If a Republican: Thiee little
children belonging to Mis Covey the
woratu who wus recently killed by her
husband In this couuly were sent to
the orphans' home at Kansas City.
They weie to be sent alone on the
train from KluguVuer. The home to
which they were sent was started by
Mrs. Judge Tsrsney.
Newkirk will build an opera
on tho convention hall plan.
Attorney General Cunnlogham lb
trying to get Probate Judge Bower of
Woods county ousted.
The curponters of Oklahoma City
have oiguni-ed a brotherhood with a
membership of CO.
It is caid that the railroad between
Cauey Kansas audBartlottsvllle I. T.
will bo built this summer.
Lincoln Swiuney tho man killed by
Clyde Mattox left a wife anu five
children in poor circumstances
George C. Boggs postmaster at
Shawucc who was recently convicted
of tobbing the malls willtuk for a new
Glen Alston a young roan of Okla-
homa City committed suicide by shoot-
ing himself. He hud been suffering
with la grippe.
William Ryan shot his brother-in-law
James Peters at Purcell on Mon-
day last. The feud was tho icsult of
It is now stated that Cyde Mattox
was given his liberty under a promise
that ho would keep out of trouble.
The federal oUlcials are after him.
By a decision of the Interior depart-
ment Oklahoma recently lost 84
square miles. That much was taken
off the west end of Bearer county aud
added to New Mexico.
Governor liarneo has issued a procla-
mation declaring Weutherfora to be a
city of the first cluss and calling for u
special election to be held May '1. The
population Is given at 2600.
G E. Pierce a lineman of the Mis-
souri and Kansas Telephone company
In attempting to board a freight train
at Mulha'.l for Guthrie was thrown
under the car wheels and ono leg and
arm were cut off. He died two houir
after the accident.
Amrrlcn nnil Germany.
So soon as America showed her charac-
teristic firinnets the German cruiser left
Manila Bav and wc now protect the Ger-
man interest. In a like manner all stom-
ach ills fly before the wonderful power of
llostef.pr's Stomach Hitters. It strikes at
the root of all diseases the stomaeh and
not only cures indu-'estlon constipation bil-
iousness liver nnd kidnev troubles but
cures them quickly and permanently It
nr.Ves a hearty sppetite and fills ths blood
with rich red corpuscles
Tor 45 years we had been imprisoned by
the ire. and our situation wis becoming des
perate. It was not likely that we could hold
out 4j j cars longer.
In this juncture a ship appeared. An of-
ficer disembarked and came to us
"Who are jou?'1 he asked anxiously.
"We arc the Smith party" we replied.
"You doubtless are our relief expedition."
"No" said the oHlccr "the Jones party
arc your relief expedition. e are the re-
lief expedition of the Jones party. So long."
Merciful heavens! If we were not rescued
soon we should be too old tolccturcl De-
llrntnoai Cnmiat lie Cured
by local application!! as they cannot reach
the diseased portion of the ear. There is
only oue way to cure deafness nnd that is
by constitutional remedies. Deafness is
caused by an mtlnmcd condition of the mu-
cous liniug of the Kiiktndiiau Tube. When
this tube gets inflnnird you have a rumbling
sound or imperfect bearing and when it is
entirely closed deafness is the result and
unless the inflammation can he tnken out
and this tube restored to Its nnrninl con-
dition hearing will be destroyed foi ever '
nine cases of of ten are mined by catarrh
which la nothing hut an inflamed condition
of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for any
case of Deafness (caused by catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure
Snd for circulars free.
F. J. Chctipy & Co. Toledo O.
Sold by Druggists 7Sc.
Hall's Family Pills aro the best.
Ills SneccKFifnl ICITort.
"I saw you on a suburban train last night
and jou seemed to be greatly amused at
something an old gentleman was telling
"Did I really look as if I were tickled?"
"es. The story jou were listening to
mtit hsve been something very funny.
"By Jove I'm glad to hear jc i.ay that.
The old gentleman is the father of the girl
I love best on earth and he was tellinc ma
a yarn that I heard for the first time about
nine years ago. Uncago Evening ws.
tVhnt Alnlinalliie" la.
Alahastice is a durable and natural coat-
ing for walls and ceiling. It it entirely dif-
ferent from all "kalsomine" preparations.
Alabastinc comes 111 white or twelve beau-
tiful tints and is ready.for use by adding
cold water. It is put up in dry powder form
in five-pound packages with full directions
on eviry package Alabaotine is handsome
cleanly and permanent. It can be re-coated
and rctiiitcd at slight exnense. Paint deal
ers and drurgists sell Alabastiua and fur-
YOUR KIDNEYS ARE YOUR BLOOD
SSS3ra?fJI3a9i 111 1 mim um
-' ' '"' llljvl IlIM """--t-1 - Bl4i4'(Bfllegi IrrSaw
A Prompt Way to Cure Yourself When Symptoms Show That
Your Kidneys Are Out Of Order.
To Test the Wonderful Merits of the Great riodern.
Discovery Swamp-Root Every Reader May Have
a Sample Bottle Sent Absolutely Free By Mail.
A Funny Gift.
Among the presents lately showered upon
a rural bride was one that was the gift of
an old lady in the nsighborbood with
whom both bridn and groom were prime
Some years ago the old If dv accumulated
a supply of cardboard mottoes which she
worked and had framed as occasion arose.
In cheerful reds and blues suspended bj
1 cord of the came colors over the table on
which the other presents were grouped
hung the motto ''Fight on Fight ever."
Detroit Free Press.
A'kTl'our Duller for All.'. Foot-En.e
A powder to shake Into your shoes. It rests
tho feet. Cures Corus.Uuulons.Swollen.Bore
Hot Callous Aching Sweating feet and In-
growing Nnlls. Allen's Koot-Easu makes
new or light shoes easy. Sold by ull druggists
and shoo stores 'Joe. Samplo mailed FREE.
Address Allcu H. Olmsted Lo Itoy N. Y.
Sprocket Do you have to be examined by
a pnjsician before you join the Wheelmen a
Wheeler No; afterward. Yonkeri
The Heat Prescription for Chill.
nnd Fever Is a bottlo of Gnovz's Tasteless
Chili Tomio. It Is simply Iron and niilnino In
a tae'elcss form. No euro no pay. Prlco50c
Instead of cultivating a more definite aim
for a larger and easier target.
The w ny to be well is to pay attention
to your kidney.
They nro tho most important organs
of the body the blood filters.
All tho blood In your body passes
through j our kidneys once every three
The kidneys strain or filter out the
Impurities In the blood that U their
Purifying your blood Is not a ques-
tion of taking a laxative of physio.
Does your blood run through your
What tho bowel-cleaner does is to
throw out tha poisons confined in your
bowels ready for absorption into your
blood but the poisons which are al-
ready In your blood causing your pres-
ent sickness it leaves there.
There is no other way of purifying
your blood except by mean of your
That is why bowel-cleancra fall to do
their work they fail to help the kid-
neys. When you are sick then no Matter
what you think the name of your dis-
ease Is tho first thing 011 should do is
to afford aid to your kidneys by using
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root the great
In taking Swamp-Root you afford
natural help to nature for Swamp-
Root is tho rnost perfect healer and
gentle aid to the kidneys that is known
to medical science.
Dr Kilmer the eminent physician.
in life the average man wastes bis time in
ing lor a U
To Cnre n Cold In One Dny
Tske Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.. AU
druggists refund money if it fails to cure. 25c.
The shadow of the family tree accounts
for a good many shady reputations. Chi-
cago Daily News.
After six years suffering I was cured by
Piso's Cure. Mary Thomson 29$ Ohi-i Ave
Allegheny Pa. March 10 '0J.
Time may be money but it's hard for a
man to make his creditors believe it. Chi-
cago Daily News.
and specialist has attained a far-
famed reputation through the discor-
cry and marvelous success of Swamp-
Root In purifying the blood and there-
by curing chronic and dangerouc dis-
eases caused byilck kidneys of which
some of the symptoms are given below.
Pain or dull ache in back or head
rheumatism neuralgia nervousness
dizziness irregular heart sleepless-
ness sallow complexion dropsy Irrita-
bility loss of ambition obliged to pass
water ottenduringtheday and togct up
many times at night and all kinds of
kidney bladder and uric ncid troubles.
Swamp-Root I told by all dealers id
fifty-cent or one-dollar bottles. Make a
note of the name SWAMP-ROOT Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root and remember it
It' prepared only by Dr. Kilmer fc Co
Blngbamton N. Y.
To prove the wonderful merits of hia
great discovery he now offers to every
reader of this paper a prepaid free
ample bottle of Swamp-Root which ho
will tend to any address free by mallj
A book about Health Diet and Dis-
ease at Related to your Kidneys and
giving tome of the thousands upoa
thousands of testimonial letters re-
ceived from the sufferers curad alto
tent free with the sample bottle.
The great discovery Swamp-Root la
to remarkably successful tha. our
readers are advised to writ for a sam-
plo bottle and to be tun and pimtion thU
paper when sending their addresses tfl
Dr. Kilmer & Co. Blngbamton N. Y.
"A HAIMDFUI. OP DIRT MAY BI
A HOUSEFUL OF SHAME."
CLEAN HOUSE WITH
1000s oi UNSOLICITED TESTIMONIALS SAY
PnrmmnnnllT f-ur.l .11 lthlDff. Ilnrnlnr.
Scalp and Skin Oliasies. such i Halt llEtuu Ko-
u hosM Uead.CtallbUlns. 1'lles llurui. flabr
lloautirul Skin and Coin p I 1 ton) 11 contain no
Uandrull. lubln Rcalu
irantlmaklnff It port si
All f ao Krunllons (product!
a ooit. vicar.
l..fl Knlnli.ir. n.Bth.rlfl.M or .nTlhlnff Inlurloua
An ettj. ureal toller Lady canranera make all
lo (til a dar DruugliU or mall aoa.Canlll.rls
Maniifacinrlnir Co. N V Aridrft. T. llH-f.
MAMSr'li:i.I. Alt. Ol.ifc.. KIHUE. N. J.
ST tv if-HP-W! aaaaaaaaaaafc
Msud Between us dear I think the
count's compliments rather crude. He told
me the sight of my beautiful face actually
made his mouth water.
Edith The idea! I'm sure your fsea
doesn t look quite that much ilka a lemon
Any Girl Can Tell
A physician who nuke the
test And i& honest about it can
tell you that in many cases.thei
numuer or Tea corpuscles in tut
blood Is doubled aftcT a coutse
of tTeatmcnt with Dt. Williami
Pinh Pills for Pale People.
That this means flood blood
mav not be entirely cleat From
the doctor's otatement. but any
o'itI vtho has tried the Dills can tell '
you that it means red lips. bright
eyes; Qooa appetite. aDsence o
headache and that It trans-
forms the pale and sallow girl
Into a maiden who dlows with
the beauty which perfect health'
aione can give.
Mothers whose slaughter
grow debilitated as they pass
From oirlhood into womanhood
should not neglect the pill best
aa&pieu. ror tins particular in.
Frank IS. Trout of ioj Griswold Are. Detroit Mich. ssysi "At the
age of fourteen we had to tska our daughter from acboot on account of IU
bcaltb. She weighed only 90 pounds wasfsle and sallow and tha doctors
satd she bad anaemia. Finally we gave her Dr. Williams' Fink rills for
Fale People. When she bad taken two boxes she was strong enough to
leave ber bed and la less than six months was something like herself.
To-day she Is entirely cured and l a big strong htaltbr gtrl weighing
I jo pounds and has never bad a sick day since" Dtlrnt ml AVim.
Th genuine Dt William: PmK Pills fot Pai PopW ore
Sold only in poXkagt. the wT&ppcT alw0y bearing
the full name. At &II dTuit ot direct from the
Dt Williams Mcdmne Co.Sf.henectedyrW. 50 'per bo.
A tap worst eaglateaa rat lorasr at
least earns on tha acene after my taking two
CASCAHKT3. Tbla I am aura baa caused xaj
bad health for tha pst thraa Tears. I am still
taking Cascsrets tha only cathartic worthy oi
nollaa by aeeslblo people."
Qso. W. UowLBa Bstrd lias.
Trwoi sunn asawTtNto
Quod Merer Dlck.n we
ol.nt. Taifa flood. Da
eaken. or Qrlpe 10c Sc DOe.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
Sl.ril.t a.a.4; baiij CalMf. MtruI It tU
THE OVERLAND MONTHLY
(KiUbJUbed 1US. by Url lUrU 1
ContlDtrrr month tbr or four empiUttorUsV
M ft rat dCsMjrlitttv article btvlf a duntu origin
rou and twenty pg-i of book rlw currant
oplc 4tni. lntttllnc rbtt-ehftt Alili profuicly
Illustrated. I'rlcaonlr lOcentrj.orU a ar. postpaid
Tba only rtpreintatfvt ma (ratine of California .nJ
tha Oraat Wott. UIMrKIHK .NOW. Ram
Hoatgomarj Blract iAN rUANUkOO. CaUrOHMU.
WiNTFn EN6INEERS l. FIREMEN
Mil I kaV a.ad tsofu. aHp.npamphl.s
d br an iita.
a Lo.rd i( .Dirln. .. Aduw Hosts 1. 1 ILLS a.
U..k..ll.rltS liasi.81 LouL M. N.m.lbU rrr.
font.lnlnaaff.l.torCJae.tlan. ..kvabyan .1.
i.ine io ara i .nam..' ..
aVr CV quick r.ll.t and ear. wons
c.... Hook of tc.llmoniaL and lu day. traat-
a.ot k'rae. DR. II. u. kxskk's suS.i l.ilUua ua.
HEADE'lS OF TIlIS TAPER
DK9IK1NO TO BUT ANYTHING
ADVKUTISKD IN ITS COLUMNS
SHOULD INSIST UFOW UAVINO
WHAT THEY ASK FOB 11EFU8INQ
ALL 8UU3T1TUTES OU IMITATIONS.
A. N. K.-n
OWES WfttK Alt 1131 JFAHS. I
Beat Cough Sirup. Taatci Good. Caa I
iu lisle noia or araa
OTlaaUr HH1TIM) Ttt ABTJHsTUHHM
lkM atala taat yaa saw Ska -AaTartaea'
aaal ! tala prr.
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Daves, N. F. Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 49, Ed. 1, Thursday, April 20, 1899, newspaper, April 20, 1899; Beaver, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc68251/m1/3/: accessed February 26, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.