The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 19, No. 7, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 3, 1905 Page: 3 of 4
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we mannfaetnra all Him and.
TMtUata. Writs '
for ratal.? and 4
CURRIC WIND MILL CO.
You Pay 10c
Not ao Good.
F.P.LEWIS Peoria. Ill .
6RAPIIITE BEARIXK . g .
auto if m cried for weckiM ISOT THE CHEAPEST
StrdfwapecUIckxnptionlB lUT Th Dest
DEMPSTER MFC CO.DesHoto'ieu'
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THE OPPORTUNITY OF TO-DAY
The opportunity for the man with MUo mean.
1l probably batter Uvday In the prairie ittlri of
the Bonthwea; than erer before In the hlatory of
the nation. To be tare there li sot the rait
open eluilco of land for the homeateada that ex-
litcd In the TCU. The land then taken tip nnder
Gorernniflnllfiwi are ninr pruaperuna farm and
ranehca. Thero It ntrd of more handa to dorelup
the country. In the Sonthwcat Indian Territory
Oklahoma and Teiaa are raat areaa of anlm-
prorod land not jot producing the cropaof wblih
It la capable. Jracileally the aame UiIuk la truo
of the town. Ytiw llnea of baalneaa are ad
finttel raprramted. There are opeulnta of all
aorta fur irMe-airaka men. Areyuaono?
If yon are Intereatcd tell ua what you want
hoir mncfl jon haro to lnreat and we will gladly
fnrnlah the Information. Write for a copy of
or our paper "Tne Uumlnn
Conntry." lt'a free. Addreaa
ST. LOUIS. MO.
SEPARATOR (-.parity !O0
pounda per liouri SW poundaca-
parity per hour for $2900:
too pounds capacity per nour for
S34.00. Quarantaed tha
auat of Sparetra that RE
TAIL EVERYWHERE at tram
STB. 00 to $13.00. .
OUR OFFER. Rn.:!H
ratoran ourSO daya' trial
plan wltii the Mndlng under-
BUiidlng and afrrfemeiit If yon
qoqoi nnu vj comparifon
te t and va that It will ik.ra
closer Llm colder milk
.kim caier run lighter and
klm one-hatt more milk
than any other Cream Stf
rator made yau can return
tli a Separator t ua at our
xoenae and we will lmme-
dleitelr return any money
charfta or otherwise. Cat
this ad. out atone and malt
tn lift tnd tou will receive
hr retnrn matl. frw postpaid our LATEST SPECIAL.
CREAM SEPARATOR CATALOGUE. You will fret OUT
blr offer and our frew trie! proposition and you will re-
ceive the MOST ASTONISHINGLY LIBERAL CREAM
SEPARATOR OFFER EVER HEARD OF. Atldrwa.
SEARS' ROEBUCK & CO. CHICAGO.
FU ti22 Cream
B Tite 8e
Even the bost bousolcoopors ennnot make- a good cup of
coffeo without good material. Dirty adulterated and queorly
blondcd cofl'oo such as unscrupulous dealors shovel over their
counters won't do. But tako tbo pure clean natural flavored
LION COFFEE the leader ol all package coHccs
tho coffeo that for over a quarter of a century has been daily
welcomed in millions of homos and you will mako a drink fit
for a king in this way :
HOW TO MAKE
I TTn TTflTJ mPPHW. heennan tn not hrat n
I Grind yonr LION COKFKK rathor fine.
I extra for tho pot.' Fint mix It with a little
add w due qf an eg ur gg 19 10 do naea as a bciuer; men ioiiow ono 01 inu luuuwui); ruieo ;
1st. WITH BOILING WATER. Add boiling water and lei tt boll
TTIRtE MINUTES ONLY. Add a little cold water and oct aside live
minutes to settle. Serve promptly.
2d. WITH COL1J WATER. Add your cold water to the paste and
brtnrj tt to a boll. Then set aside add a little cold water and In live
xlnutcs It's ready to serve. .
J (Don't boll It too lonp. .
0 1 Don't let It stand moro than ton minutes before serving.
D0NTS (Don't use wator that hao boon bolloci before.
TWO WAYS TO SETTLE COFFEE.
ltt. With Eam. t'e part of tho whlto of an egg mixing Itwith the ground LION
COl'TEE before liolllng.
d. With Cold Water Instead of egga. After boiling add a dash of cold water and eet
aside for eight or ten minntia Uien serve through a .trainer.
Insist on getting a package ol genuine LION COFFEE
prepare It according to this recipe and you will only use
LION COFFEE In future. (Sold only in 1 lb. sealed packages.)
(Lion-head on every package.)
(Save these I.ion-hcads for valuable premiums.)
SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE
It belongs to
The "Always Just CoiTect"
JUasjt-uL h aaew
31krtlii?tmr-iartfl J&ljni? QIo.
bAROKST riNK SHOK
Baft Cooih bjrrap. Taatea Good. Ua.
U time. Sold br arntalata.
William Warren's Lost Ghost.
Thoso who remember William War-
ren at tho oM Boston museum during
tho sixties will recall the "Warren
Farco" so popular at that time after
tho play. The writer remembers ono
of thoso most ludicrous scenes when
Warren after n seemingly fruitless
search after a ghost exclaimed In hit
Inimitable manner "I'll dlo before I'll
give up the ghost!" Boston Herald.
What Is said to be the smallest elec-
tric Installation In tho world Is to be
found In tho vlllago of Bremen near
Dormbach Thurlngla. It comprises a
slnglo arc lnmp Installed In a church
the lamp being operated by a small
dynamo driven by the wheel of tht
Bunyan In 105 Languages.
One book alone the "Pilgrim's
Progress" holds tho record for Eng-
lish literature having been repro-
duced In 10G different tongues.
Frelly Girl Suffered From Nervousness and
Pelvic Catarrh Found Quick Relief
la a Few Days.
Miss Sadie Robinson 4 Hand street
Maiden Muvi. writes:
"l'cruna was recommended to me
about a year ago as an excellent remedy
for the troubles peculiar to our sex.and
as 1 found that all Unit was said of this
mc.icino was true 1 urn pleased to
' began to use It about seven months
ago for weakness and nervousness
caused from overwork and sleepless'
ness and found that in a few days I
began to grow strong my appetite In'
creased and 1 began to sleep better
consequently my nervousness passed
away and tho weakness In the pelvic
organs soon disappeared and I have
been well and strong ever since. "
Address Dr. S. Jl. Ilartman President
of Tho Ilartman San'taiium Columbus
O. for free medical advice. All corres-
pondence strictly confidential.
- anltit vnil must UFA thfl beat Coffee.
Gmi Coffee I
I'ao "a tablc.jioonful to each enp and one
cnld Meter unnnch to make a thick paste and
W00LS0N SPICE CO. Toledo Ohio.
if vnu want to nv.
CUrtttJcl Ynn Will
J"MI"'WV vu ""
Upon Having this Shoe.
U. S. A.
W. N. U-Wlchlta No. 251905
When Answering Advertisement
Kindly Mention Thl Paper.
'Was everything right this Morn-
"No nothing at all. All that sur-
prises mo Is that ho Isn't here."
"Ho would certainly have been If ho
hnd como home That makes mo
think you have been deceived."
For answer Tony took from his vest
pocket a small shirt-stud of unique
design and handed It to Mrs. Hamil-
ton. "I found It on the desk Just as It
would have fallen If It had becoino
loosened from his shirt front."
"Oh Tony! What does It mean?"
cried Mrs. Hamilton with white lips.
"Whnt can It mean? It is his. I gave
him tho set myself and had them
marked with his Initials. See this is
"I noticed It" said Tony quietly
"and I was sure It was his. Now
how did It happen to be on his desk
this morning unless It dropped out
"Perhaps It was laid there unno-
ticed since he vcnt away."
"Impossible. I have dusted and
put everything In order dally."
Tony's habits of order were Incon-
trovertible. "Cannot you recollect
whether he spoke of missing one be-
foro he went away Mrs. Hamilton?"
"No ho said nothing nbout missing
"Then you will find that I am right"
said Tony. "Mr. Hamilton was at tho
bank last night at about eight o'clock.
Ho must have been detained some-
where and will no doubt be here
shortly. You may expect-to sec him
coming up the street at any moment"
ho concluded reassuringly for ho saw
that she was terribly shaken.
"I hope you are right but I havo
felt worried ever Blnco he went away."
"Oh he's all right sound as a
trump. I wouldn't worry If I were
you" and Tony went down the stairs
but paused to ask "Shall I go around
to tho mill and ask Mr. Carter If he
has seen anything of him?"
"Yes please do and ask Uncle Car
tor to come up to seo me If Vano Isn't
"All right" and he turned away. "I
wish everything wero nil right but
I'm afraid It Isn't" ho muttered.
(To bo continued.)
DANGER OF DUST IN MINES.
Peril Is Pointed Out on a Paper by a
At a recent meeting of raining en-
gineers held In Leeds 'W. H. Picker-
ing British mining Inspector read a
paper on "Tho Dust Danger." Tho Im-
portance of dust as a factor In colliery
explosions was ho said now generally
recognized and understood. Provis-
ions had been Introduced In the coal
mlno regulation act regulating tho use
of explosives In dry and dusty places
and the "exploslves-in-coal-mincs" or-
der had been issued by the homo sec-
retary In a few mines dust was systemati-
cally laid by watering but no wide-
spread effqrt had been made to strike
at tho root of tho danger. Permitted
explosives were only relatively safe
for each one of them was capable of
Initiating an explosion under certain
conditions and It could not be too
often repeated and emphasized that a
dust explosion could bo started in
other ways than by an explosive.
Ignition of fire-damp might result from
a naked lamp or from a damaged or
defectlvo lump or from a spark from
a pick or au electric spark and this
might bo magnified by dust Into a
great explosion. Dust also Increased
tho danger of underground fires.
Obviously tho only way of remedy-
ing tho danger was to keop the mines
free from coal dust by cutting' off the
supply or by other means. As long as
dusty roads wero allowed In the mines
tho coal Industry was under the dark
shadow of a coming great disaster.
The looming danger was recognized
by all and he submitted that this pe-
riod of peace and Immunity was tho
tlmo to take practical steps to avoid
the danger. He believed a discussion
would show that it was reasonably
practicable to keop moist mines com-
paratively free from dust that was
dangerous and this freedom would
conduce to safety and to Jiealth and
comfort as well.
The Teacher Was Horrified.
Tho Sunday school lesson fur the
day was "Joseph Sold Into Egypt"
and the teacher of the Infant class
asked a bright little boy to tell the
He went on with It right until
ho said "His brothers murdered a
Httlo child and dipped Joseph's coat
in tho blood."
"What!" gasped the teacher.
"That's what my lesson paper said"
persisted tho boy.
"So did mine" "And mlno" added
one child after another.
"Lot mo see It" said the teacher
and tho children passed up a regular
shower of llttlo pink lesson papers.
"There see!" said tho boy. "They
killed a kid and dipped the coat In
This actually happened In northern
New England where tho children are
not familiar with goats.
A King's Unconscious Joke.
Landseer says a biographer was
exceedingly fond of tolling tho follow-
ing story cf his meeting with tho king
of Portugal and the latter's unexpect-
At one of tho court balls IandEcer
attended and when the king of Portu-
gal who was also a guest was made
awaro of tho presence of the great
animal painter he expressed his de-
sire for an Introduction. l-andseei
was presented accordingly when the
king in his imperfect English said:
"Oh Mr. Landseer I am delighted
to make your acquaintance I am so
fond of beasts!"
The Man Knows.
Mrs. Crtmsonbeak A woman nevei
knows what a man Is doing when be't
out of her sight but a man generally
knows what a woman Is doing.
Mr. Crimsonbeak That's right. A
man is always pretty sure that a
woman Is talking.
Disenchantment After Marriage.
"Did Chumpleigh marry the widow
that he couldn't live without?"
" Yes and now he's wondering bow
her first husband managed to live
rith her" Town Topics
Their Suffering: Are Usuallr
Due to Uterine Disorder
A MEDICINE THAT CUKES
Can we dUnuto
'fact that American
Vwomcn are ner
How often do wo
I hear tho expres-
sion "I nmsoner-
Ivous it scorns ns If
'I should fly ; " or
("Don't sneak to
-"?? vp nj annoy you and
make you irritable; you can't sleep
you are unablo to quietly and calmly
perform your dally tasks or care for
The relation of tho nerves and ren
erativo organs In women is so closo
that nine-tenths of the nervous pros-
tration nervous debility tho blues
sleeplessness ami nervous irritability
arlso from somo derangement of tho
organism which makes her a woman.
Pits of depression or restlessness and
irritability. Spirits easily affected so
that ono minute sho laughs the next
minuto weeps. Pain in tho ovaries and
between the shoulders. Loss of voico;
nervous dyspepsia. A tendency to cry
at the least provocation. All this points
to nervous prostration.
Nothing- will relievo this distressing-
condition and prevent months of pros-
tration and suffering so surely as Lydia
. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound.
Mrs. M. E. Shotwell of 103 Flatbush
Avenue Brooklyn N. Y. writes:
" I cannot eiprctw the wonderful relief I
have experienced by taking Lydln E. Pink-
bain's Vegetable Compound. I suffered for
long time with nervous prostration back-
ache headache loss of nppeUte. I could
not sleep and would walk the floor almost
"I had threo doctors and got no better and
life was a burden. I was advlaed to try
Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound
and it has worked wonders far me.
" I am a well woman my nervousness is all
(tone and my friends say I look tan years
Will nol the volumes of letters from
women made strong; by Lydia E. Pink-
ham's Vegetable Compound convince
all women of its virtues ? Surely you
cannot wish to remain sick and weak
and discouraged exhausted each day
when you can be as easily cured a
Train yourself to repulso all ef-
fect of everything that has a ten-
dency to depression.
A large 3ir. pacltago Ited Cross Hall Itlue only
b cents. Tho lluss Company South liend Ind.
Pcoplo who are continually talking
are voluntarily tendering tho good of
their mind to their formed hatred.
Insist on Getting It.
Some procers say they don't keep
Defiance Starch. This Is because the)
have a stock on hand of other brands
containing: only 12 oz tn a package
which they won't be able to sell first
because Defiance contains 16 oz. for
the same money.
Do you want 16 oz. Instead of 12 oz.
for same money? Then buy Dellanco
Starch. Requires no cooking-.
The trouble with us all is we give
up in despair before our desires havo
time to root.
"Dr. David Kennedr'a Favorite Remedy
llondout.N . Y.rurt1 tnv atrlouakldnp trouble. I calned
S pounda." B. Wardell BurnaTtlla N. 1. IlolUeatun
HICKORY A GOOD AMERICAN.
Shellbark Variety of Sturdy Tree Will
Grow In No Other Country.
Tho shellbark hickory Is perhaps
tho most interesting tree In this
country because It Is a strictly Amorl
can trco and so wedded to its native
soil that it refuses to become a citi-
zen of any other country. In tho
sturdincss of Its roots and trunk in
the boldness In which it flings out its
tough branches in Its strong Individu-
ality and character and In Its general
frultfulness not Airgettlng tho un-
couth roughness of bark It further
manifests Its strong Americanism. Its
winter buds nro large and Interesting.
Early In spring tho dark brown outer
scales fall away. Tho Inner scales
then lengthen to protect tho growing
leaf sometimes attaining a length of
five inches. These Inner scales are
marvels of beauty both' In texture and
In color. Tho body of tho scale is
thick and leatherly while Its surfaces
especially tho Inner aro soft with a
silken nap gorgeously dyecj In yellow
orange and red suggesting tho chim-
ney corner and the heat which glows
from a hickory log.
SAVED CHILD'S LIFE.
Remarkable Cure of Dropsy by Dodd's
Sedgwick Ark Juno 19 The caso
of W. 8. Taylor's llttlo son Is looked
upon by thoso interested In medical
matters as one of tho most wonderful
on record. In this connection his fath-
er makes the following statemont:
"Last September my llttlo boy had
dropsy; his feet and limbs wero swol-
len to such an extent that ho could
not walk or put his shoes on. Tho
treatment that tho doctors were giving
him seemed to do him no good and
two or threo people said his dajs
were short oven the doctors two of
the best In tho country told me ho
would not get better. I stopped their
medicine and at onco bent for Dodd's
Kidney Pills I gave him three Pills a
day one morning noon and night for
eight days; at the end of the eighth
day the swelling was all gone but to
give tho medicine Justice I gave him
eleven more pills. I used thirty-five
Pills In all and he was entirely cured.
I consider your medicine saved my
child's life. When the thlrty-five Pills
were given him he could run dance
and sing whereas before bo was an
Invalid In bis mother's arms from
morning until night."
If you don't try to be different from
what you are frankness will draw
your friends near; otherwlso they
will have a fear and dread of your
To cure or money refunded by your
Every housexteper s&ould kcow
that If thoy will buy Defiance Cold
Water Starch for laundfy uso they
will savo not only time because It
never 3tlcks to the Iron but because
each packago contains 16 oz. one full
pound whllo all other Cold Water
Starches aro put up In & -pound pack-
ages and the price Is the same 10
cents. Then again because Defiance
Starch Is free from all Injurious chem-
icals. If your grocer tries to sell you
a 12-oz. package tt Is because ho has
a stock on hand which ho wishes to
dispose of before ho puts In Dcflanco.
Ho knows that Defiance Starch has
printed on every packago tn large let
(ers and figures "16 ors." Demand Dc-
flanco and save much tlmo and monoy
and tho anno'yanco of tho Iron stick-
ing. Dellanco never sticks.
Rivers Are Outcasts.
Prof. Chnrlcs W. Gould of Oklaho-
ma University Is authority for tho
statement that tho name Cimarron
borno by ono of Oklahoma's charact-
eristic streams Is a Mexican word
derived from tho Apache language.
It means outcast or wanderer nnd
wn3 first applied to an old Apacho In-
dian who left his trlbo and sottlcd
on tho head waters of this stream.
Kansas City Times.
His Modest Request.
A French speaking operntlvo of tho
Pcppcrell Mill In Illddeford asked his
overseer tho other day If ho could Btny
out for a fow days. Ilelng short of
help tho overseor asked him If It was
anything very particular that ho
wanted to stay out for nnd ho replied:
"Ynaslr I'm golno' to git marrlt tin
I'd lak bo there that all." Kenne-
Thinks Swiss Practice Good.
I should like to seo children In this
country running about nil day In tho
open nlr and not going to school un-
til seven years of ago at tho earliest.
That Is tho practice In Switzerland
which Is certainly tho best educated
country In tho world. Sir John
Dust Behind Picture Frames.
Tho accumulation of dust can bo
prevented to a great extent by put-
ting two small pieces of cork at tho
bottom of tho plcturo frames thus
holding tho frame slightly out from
tho wall. Woman's Life.
He Is BoiJnd to keep Busy.
Lightning set tho bell In n church
steeple ringing recently nnd Brother
Williams exclaimed: "My my! It
sliii' has como ter pass dat do dovll
Is rlngln' folks ter raeetln'l" Atlanta
Mr. VVInslow'a Rnottitnir Byron.
Tor children teething eoftena the gurna redurr. to.
AammaUou allaia pain curea wind collo ;uo s butue.
A "pull" without tho ability to back
It up lasts only until Imposition takes
on tho form of righteousness.
More Flexible and Lasting
won't shake out or blow out; by using
Dellanco Starch you obtain better re-
sults than possible with any other
brand and one-third more for same
If tho mind Is not kept wholcsomo
Its effect will havo moro Influence
than tho good you dcslro to do..
When your trouble with food-digestion
seems to bo Increasing and
various pains like stomnch-acho head-
ache backache etc. beset you; when
your bowels and liver seem continual-
ly out of order what you need Is Dr.
Caldwell's (laxative) Syrup Pepsin.
It Is safe pleasant and far superior
to all pills or cathartic waters Sold
by all druggists at GOc and $1.00.
Money back If It falls.
Mnny people tako an Interest in
your welfnrc when In reality you
know Us only curlosfty.
At tho conferenco of tho managers
of tho Now York Central Lines held
In New York Juno Cth all lines be-
ing represented by their General
Managers and Passenger officials It
was decided beginning with tho regu-
lar summer change Sunday Juno
18th to quicken the speed of tho
"Twentieth Century Limited" so as
to make tho tlmo botween New York
and Chicago eighteen hours Instead of
twenty hours the New York Central
Lines having mado tho twenty hour
time during tho past three years and
having also made tho run between
New York and Chicago In twenty
rourB with their "Exposition Flyer"
for the one hundred and eighty days
of the Columbian Exposition In Chi-
cago In 18S3 twelve years ago.
Tho New York Central Lines mako
tho point that the Now York Central
has had In service tho "Empire State
Express" which has been the fastest
train In tho world for Its distance
40 miles for fourteen years having
held tho world's record for that time
and for threo years and 180 days hav-
ing held tho world's record for a
thousand mllo train In twenty hours.
Tho proposed schedulo of eighteen
hours is simply tho extension of the
time of tho "Empire State Express"
through from Buffalo to Chicago the
tlmo having been mado for fourteen
years between New York nnd Buffalo.
On this new schedule tho train will
leave Chicago at 2:30 p. m arriving
Grand Central Station New York
at 9:30 next morning and returning
will leave New York 3:30 p. m. reach-
ing Chicago 8:30 a. m. following day.
At the same time the "Lake Shore
Limited" will be quickened up an
hour and will make the time from
Chicago to New York in 23 hours In-
stead of 24 leaving Chicago 5:30 p.
m by the Lako Shore and arriving
New York 5:30 p. m by the New
The "Southwestern Limited" train
No. 11 which now leaves Grand Cen-
tral station at 1 p. ra. will beginning
June ISth leave at 2:04 p. m saving
an hour to an bout and a half on the
present Journey to St. Louis and Cin-
cinnati." Don't talk about things you don't
like or you will be degraded to the
realms of your own selfishness.
slmilallng the Food anducjfula-
ikig thcStoinacro nndDovrels of
ncss nrul Rest. Contains ncltlier
Apcrfcct Remedy forConsllpn-
Hon Sour Stomach Diarrhoea
nnd Loss of Sleep.
Facsimile Signature or
tXACT COPY QT WRARPCR.
OUR FAMILY" SHOES'
J7"! Wj&lVr 2? n 7Mr 'mr. nd tha price
;;-" --.-.- V ' riuiT. aiyi. ana anap. aia jour ueai.r ao enow you in. araaiiiy
line. If Dadoes not handle It writs to na direct and wa will sea that yoa are .applied.
Tomato Julienne Con.-jmme Chicken Mulllgatawney or Oxtail will please th raoat
(MtiiUoua. riiey are quickly prepared ueliclou. to eat-alwaji alilactory
Ivibby's oS1 Food Products
Corned Boof Hash Donoless Chicken Vienna Sn-Usag
Ox Tontfuo Soups Ham Uoaf
l'our 6Vocr.U them
Llbby. McNeill 6. Llbby Chloari
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lliUAJKI ' (' U' " VAW Sr.aB-aka- IZ-
is incomplete as lonp;
as you are not using
Try it and satisfy yourself that
nothing makes the clothes so white.
At grocers. Large 2-ounce package
(or 5 cents. Remember the name-
merchant; so why not try
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Havo:
ths nam Nawifi m.
SHOES ARE BETTEI
will pleaaa yon as wall. They are tnane of
n l a p
II A M ATA n I K
never crack nor besoms-
brittle. They last twiea
as lonp; as those laun
dered with other starclies aa
give tho wearer much better
satisfaction. If you want yon
In look dressy to feel coraforl-
ablo nnd to be thoroughly
happy use DUPIANCB
STARCH In the laundry. It
is bold by all good grocers a.1
10c a package 10 ounccst.
Inferior btarchea sell at tha
same price per package but
contain only 13 ounces. Note the 1iffer-
encc. Ask your grocer for DEFIANCE
STARCH. Insist on getting it and yo
will never use any other brand.
mnipainig m!h)a3 M$l
trooMti with ilia BeenlliiT to
tk.4 .aw mmA mm m ilM.llt tm
Utll .. m mvi4.w mm mamm .vwwotj
cetalal. Tnoifturmy cicme i mm atteaa mi raw.
stops dlachxitea basis Inflammation an a.
ssi.seii cures lescotihcea and nasal caUnk.
Paxllne la In powdar form to be duaolrcd In V
wattr and is far mora cleinalnr beall af aaraaVr i itsF
and economical than liquid antiaaptka let all
TOILET AND WOMEN'S SPECIAL UfBft
Kor aalc at dnifgiata W ctota a box.
Trial Bas aad Book el laaUuctltfM Pram
ms au raaveN Commnt Boar-. Mas
W. N. U. Wichita No. iwi
When Answering AdvsrtlsmtB
Kindly Mtntlon This ar.
it? Price 50o
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The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 19, No. 7, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 3, 1905, newspaper, August 3, 1905; Beaver, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc68544/m1/3/: accessed December 8, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.