The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 5, Ed. 1, Thursday, July 16, 1908 Page: 7 of 8
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TMICKO fCW TABBY.
Queer Thlnox That May Be Taught
Her If Qhe Is Smart.
0:io of tlio most dllllcult tliliiKii to
loach ii cut Is to follow llko it &o.
Ah ii nilo llioy will not follow but oe-
(''iBlotinlly tlioro la im exception A
New York youns lady hns 11 cat that
trnllH so clorely after lior iik to be nl-
most stepped upon. Tlio chlof dork
of the state department at WnfiilnR-
ton has a cnt with tho nanio nccom
pllshment. Ho has owned It for sev-
en or eight years. It will follow him
about tho streets for miles Just llko a
dog and Is excessively fond of going
out for a walk provided Its manter se-
lects evenings for his meanderlngs.
In daylight It prefers not to go on
these rumbles evidently because It
does not llko to como In contact with
small boys and dogs who r-ro then
too numerous on tho streets of Wash-
ington. It has often been observed that cats
really care nothing for a manter i n
mistress but become attached to place
and not to persons. Not so with this
particular cat; for at ono tlmu vrhen
Its owner changed his residence ho
purposely left his cat with friends
who occupied the house ho bad va-
cated but the cat was not satisfied
until it had found wbero the now
house was und took up its abode
there with evident dollght at fading
its old friend and protector.
In tho treasury department at Wash-
ington thero is ono very wonderful
cat. Ills name Is Tom and when ad-
drossed he will quickly respond even
waking out of a sound sleep to go to-
ward tho speaker. Sometimes to con-
fuse hi in tho clerks will sing out
come word or words In which the
syllable Tom Is emphasized and to
that he pays no attention. Hut let
anyone call: "Tom it's dinner time!"
and forthwith he walks across the
room reaches up with I1I3 paws to a
tin pall slaws it down and comes
bringing it In his mouth. Tom is pas
Second SigKt on
The rulo that governs this little
circular bicycle track Is .1 very simple
one and yet there seems to be a mys-
tery about the way in which it works.
Let tho ono who plays tho trick and
whom wo will call tho station master.
A Game with
Co away to some placo from which ho
cannot see what you do. Start an
imaginary blcyclo along tho track at
any station marked by a Hag. Hegln-
ntng with tho number on tho disk op-
posite tho flag at which you start (say
eight at the bottom of tho illustra-
tion) and calling tho next station
"nine" (oven though it is marked
three if you are counting to tho right)
count tho stations as you pass them.
Go as far as you please then return
stopping when tho number of flags
you havo passed coming back reaches
the samo number ns that at which you
stopped in going forward and the sta-
tion master on being shown tho sta-
tion from which nnd tlio direction In
which you started will bo ablo to toll
you where you finished your return
Hegln. for instance at station eight
at tho bottom of the illustration; call
this station (as it Is marked) "eight"
tho noxt say to tho right "nlno"
(never mind what it Is marked) and
so on until you havo gone forward ns
far ns you caro to (say until you havo
counted to 15 that Is at tho dl3k five
at the right near tlio top. Now return
calling the ling from which you start
back again "ono" and reckoning each
Hair you miss ns an additional ono until
you have counted a number equal tot
that at which you left off in going for-
ward (numoly 15) and tho station
master will astonish you by telling
jou that your course is finished at the
disk In this case marked Eovcn at the
4l4tJ Ilk v Jv.
ill xP 'Xiw Y-iSj?
MlfM' lb m J n M PtfJiL
sionately fond of music At thr cry
of "Hnnd orgun ' he rlimbs to n high
window scat but t the words "Hero's
n doj?!" ho ullnki under ft doak.
One of the most accomplished catn
in England hsIotiM to Lndy Randolph
Churchill. Jt a a Malteso Angora
wiihout a upot and with a particular-
ly cunning face. This cnt was brought
for the Into Lord llaudoliih Churchill
during tlmt year or two when bis
strong mind failed and every effort
was madfi to nmitso him. He was
afraid of dons taking a sudden terror
at the Right of them but Miss Angora
Jitnl pleased him. She waft sent from
India by nn officer In that country
I v Ji' y
Tricks a Smart Cat Doss.
who had taken her parents there
years bdfore. Tho mother had been
a watch-rat able to keep guard ovei
a tent miaouing if a strange stop
camo and of course her children
wore very bright. When the Churchill
cat was told to "Go play the piano!"
she would immddlat.oly walk back
and forth upon tho keys of the baby-
grand in tho boudoir. "Now sit for
your picture!" meant to assume a de-
mure position with her paws in lino
her tail neatly curled around them
and her head nicely bent to ono side
38 if trying to "look pleasant."
a Bicycle Track.
Try it and see. The secret of the
trick explains tho Pittsburg Dispatch
Is as simple as the rulo that governs
tho track. All tho station master
therefore lias to do Is to count along
in an opposite direction from that In
which you say you started off as
many stations as are Indicated by ths
number on tho disk opposite the flag
at which you began your course In
cludo thnt initlnl station in tho count.
If thero wero only one starting point
the finish would alwnyB occur at tho
samo station; but ns any stnillng sta
tlon nt will may bo used tho trick
may be mado td appoar more confus-
ing If instend of eight or any othci
number' you should call tho station
Irom which you start "one" and
count forward any number and tlio
same number back again you would
of com so bring up at your starting
point; whereas it you cnll'tho station
from which you begin your .run
"eight" (or any other number depend-
ing upon tho station from which you.
chco'se to start) you will pass It on
your return and go beyond it eight or
as many Stations as will equal the
number of your starting point.
Tho editor wns dreaming in his
"den" when tho door opened nnd e
rather stcrnvisagod woman entered
without apology cays a writer in the
"Will you kindly explain" she bo
gan grimly thrusting a newspapei
clipping under tho editor's ncso "wlvj
your reviewer refers to my recent
bcok as a 'History of Female Suffrage
by a New Historical Writer'?"
"Quito unpardonable" said tho cd
Itor gravely. "Of course tho word
Ebould bo spelled with a '.' "
A KENTUCKY CASE.
That Wilt Interest All Suffering
Mrs. Delia Meancs
St Mnysvlile Ky. says
328 E. Front
ago I began to notice
sharp pain In tho
kidneys nnd n bear-
ing down sensation
through tho hips
dull headache a n d
dizzy spells. Dropsy
nppcared nnd my
feet nnd nnklos
swelled so I could
not get my shoes on.
I was in misery and had despaired of
ever getting cured when I dccldod to
try Doan's Kidney Pills. Ono box helped
me so much that I kept on until en-
Sold by all dealers CO cents n box.
Fostcr-Mllburn Co. Duffnlo N. Y.
Youth the Time to Build Wisely.
Youth Is the best tlmo for tho
building of character and tho forming
of principle nnd tho future depends
on the decisions nnd rftlons of the
present. Kov. O. Dental.
Write for literature and views of
tho richest and best watered land In
South Texas now being sold by me
from 10 to C40 acres and two town lots
for 210 at $10 per month. Dr. Chns.
F. Simmons San Antonio Texas.
Triumph of Mind.
Victim of Delusion Doctor I'm
awfully nfrald I'm going to havo brain
Doctor Pooh pooh my dear friend!
That's all an illusion of tho senses.
Thero is no such thing as fever. You
havo no fever you have no br h'm
no material substance upon which
Buch a wholly imaginary nnd suppo-
sitious thing as a fover could And
any base of operation.
Victim Oh doctor what a load you
have taken from my from my I
bave a mind haven't I doctor?
In the Same Boat.
"Wo get some sad cases" said tho
attendant nt the Lumpton lunatic
asylum to tho interested visitor and
opened the door of tho first cell.
Inside was a man sitting on a three-
legged stool gazing vacantly at the
"Ills Is an unhappy story" sa'.d the
attendant. "Ho was In lovc wjili a
girl but she marrlod another man
and ho lost his reason from grief."
They stole out softly closing the
door behind them and proceeded to
tho next inmate.
This cell was thickly padded and
the man within was stark staring
"Who Is this?" inquired tho visitor.
"This?" repeated tho attendnnL
This is tho other man!" Tatler.
IS IT POSSIBLE?
"And who wero tho people who first
thought of music auntlo?"
"Why chilli they aro considered to
"Oh auntie how well you do re-
member!" THE FIRST-TASTE
Learned to Drink Coffee When a
If parents realized tho fact that cof-
fee contains a drug caffeine which
is especially harmful to children they
would doubtless hesltato beforo giv-
ing tho babies coffco to drink.
"When I was a child In my mother's
arms and llrst began to ntbblo things
at tho tablo mother used to give mo
sips of coffee. As my parents used
coffeo exclusively at meals I never
knew thero was anything to drink but
coffeo and water.
"And so I contracted tho coffeo habit
early. I remember when quite young
the continual uso of 'coffeo so affected
my parents that thoy tried roasting
wheat and barley then ground it in tho
coffee-mill as a substitute for coffco.
"Ilut it did not tnsto right and thoy
went back to coffco again. That wa3
long beforo Postuin was over heard of.
I continued to uso coffeo until I was 27
and when I got Into offlco work I be-
gan to have nervous spells. Especially
after breakfast I was so nervous I
could scarcely attend to my corre-
spondence. "At night nfter having coffco for
supper I could hardly sleep and on
rising In the morning would feol weak
"A friend persuaded me to try Post-
uin. My wife nnd I did not llko it
at first but liter when boiled good
and strong It was fine. Now we
would not glvo up Postum for tho
best coffeo wo over tasted.
. "I can now get good sleep am freo
from nervousness and headaches. I
recommend Postum to all coffeo drink-
ers. "There's a Reason.''
Namo given by Postum Co. Dattlo
Creok Mich. Read "Tho Road to Well-
vU!o" In pkgs.
Ever read the above letter? A new
cne appeare from time to time. They
are genuine true and full of human
1 11 iiArr
ANNUAL SALES OVER NINE
Good rcllnblo quality Is nppreclnted
by tho smoker. Over Nino Million (0-
000000) Lewis' Single Hinder cigars
BOid annually. Tho kind of cigar smok-
ers havo been looking for mado of
very rich mellow tasting tobacco. It's
tho Judgment of many smokers thnt
Lowis' SInglo Hinder straight He cigar
equals in quality tho best 10c cigar.
Thero aro many lmltntors of this cele-
brated brand. Don't let them fool you.
Thero Is no substitute.
I Tell tho dealer you wish to try a
Lewis' SInglo Hinder.
i.ewis l'nctory I'eorla ill. Originat-
ors Tin Foil Smoker Package.
NEEDED A LONG STEM.
"Wot did you do wld dat breakfast
food do lady up at dat houso gave
"It's In mo plpo. I'm smottin' It!"
DAD ITCHING HUMOR.
Llmbe Below the Knees Were Raw-
Feet Swollen Sleep Broken-
Cured In 2 Days by Cutlcura.
"Somo two months ago I had a hu-
mor break out on my limbs bolow my
knees. They camo to look llko raw
beefsteak all red nnd no ono knows
how they Itched nud burned. Thoy
wero so swollen that I could not- got
my shoes on for n week or more. I
used flvo or six different remedies nnd
got no help only when applying them
tho burning was worso and tho Itching
less. For two or threo weeks tho suf-
fering was intenso and during that
tlmo l did not sleep an hour -at a time.
Then ono morning I tried a bit of
Cutlcura. From tho momont It touched
mo tho Itching was gono and I havo
not lelt a bit of it since. Tho swelling
went down nnd In two days I had my
shoes on and was about as usual.
George D. Farley CO South Stato SL
Concord. N. II.. May 14 1907." .
Wore Out Bobby's Patience.
Bobby was on n visit to his uncle
a good old orthodox deacon In tho
country. Tho two wero tho best of
friends and Hobby nlways sat at tho
deacon's right hnnd at table.
At dinner that day graco was long
and Bobby was very hungry. Finally
in tho midst of it his patlcnco gavo
out; ho pounded on tho tablo with his
little fist. "Amen now Undo Hor-
Tbera ! more Cntirrh la thli iectlon of tbe country
tban all ottitr dlieet put together and uotll tbe lut
few jen wi urpoied to be tncurtble. For it (treat
many reara doctors pronounced It local dlieatn and
prescribed local reuiedlea.andbr ronilantljr Tallinn
to cure wltb local treatment pronounced It Incurable
fcclenco baa proven Catarrb U be a cumtltutlonal dla-
eae and therefore requlrea conitltutlunal treatment.
Hall a Catarrh Cure manufactured by F.J.Cheney
& Co. Toledo Ohio la thu only Conitltutlonal cure on
tbe market. It la taken Internally In doiea from 10
dropa to a teanpoouf ul. It acta directly on tbe blood
and mucoua aurface a of tbe lyitetn. They oner ono
bundled dollara for any cam It fall to euro. Bend
for circular! and tcntluionlala.
AddreM! F. J. CIIICN'LV & CO. Toledo Oblo.
Sold by DruuVI'U.'.v:.
Take JIMl'a Family I'llla for comttpatlon.
How He Got It.
"Had comp'ny fo' dlnnah ylstl'dy.
Mali husbnn' stopped at Mr. Green's
storo Saturd'y ebenln' an dono got a
fine spring chicken."
"Yaas?" replied tho Jealous neigh-
bor. "Dat Mlstah Green sho' is do
mos kecrless onsuspectin' man!"
FARMERS WAKE UP. Your lart
chance to buy a farm in tho Garden
Spat of tho United States In Atascosa
County Texas near San Antonio.
From 0 to C40 acres and two town
lots for$210. Wrlto for literature and
vIowb. Dr. Chas. F. SlnimonB San An-
"We llvo in an ago of wonders" re-
marked tho inventor.
"Yes" answered his discontented
spouse; "wondering when tho money
went out and where it's goiug to
"He seems to bo a very thoughful
and serious man" remarked one
"That's an optical Illusion" replied
tho other. "He's merely sitting down
taking life easy and letting his mind
DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY.
.Wrlto at once to Dr. Chns. F. Sim-
mons San Antonio Texas for in-
formation about how to buy from 10 to
640 acres and 2 town lots of tho most
fertllo land In Texas for 9210 payable
$10 per month.
One muBt look downwards as well
as upwards In human life though
many havo passed us In tho race
there aro many wo havo loft behind.
Use the beat. That's why they buy Red
Cross Hall Uluc. At. leading grocer 5 cents.
.Mia n rule the world doesn't pay
nBrro attention to a man whoso wife
claims to havo mado him what ho is.
KITS. PU Vltua' Daiieo nnd Nerroua Dlieaws per-
inanvntlyriiri'd Iit lir Kline's tl real Kcru Itenuri'r
hmiil for HiKIJ ri Ul trial hottlo ami treatlfc. Dr.
U. It. Kline M Wl AkU btrcet I'blUailiihla. 1'a.
Ho that will loso his friend for a
jest deserves to die a beggar by tbo
A BIG MARKET FOR PRODUCTS.
Highest prices nlwnys obtainable Rich
soil Puro water from 10 to C10 acres
nnd 2 town lots of tho richest land
In Southern Texas for $210 payments
$10 per month. Write for informn
tlon Dr. Chna. F. Simmons San An
"Sir" snld tho Imperial ruler of all
tho Husslas. "do you realize what a
gulf of Inequality yawns between or-
dinary humanity nnd an nutociat?"
"Dear mot" answered tho doumalto
in mild Biirprlso. "Is this gulf proposi-
tion a cznrchnsm?"
A farm In tho most fertile pnrt ot
South Texas of from 10 to (140 acres
Including 2 town lots for $210 at $10
per month. You can buy If you ap-
ply at onco to Dr. Chas. F. Simmons
San Antonio Texas.
People novor help n man blow his
horn becauso they llko tho music.
You won't (ell your family doctor
the wholo story about your private
illness you tiro too modest. You
need not bonfrnid to toll Mrs. Pinlc-
hnm at Lynn Mass. tho thhigfl you
could not explain to tho doctor. Your
letter will bo held in tho strictest con-
ildcnco. From her vast correspond-
enco with sick women during tho
past thirty years sho may havo
cainod tho very knowledge that will
help yourcasc. Such letters as thofol-
lowing from grateful women es-
tablish boyond a doubt tho power of
to conquer all femalo diseases.
Mrs. Norman R. Barndt of Allen-
town Pa. writes:
" Ever elnco I was sixteen years of
age I had suffered from an organla do-
rangement and femalo weakness; in
consequence I had dreadful headaches
and was extremely nervous. My physi-
cian said I must go through an opera-
tion to pet well. A friend tola mo
about Lydla E. rinlcham'a Vegetable
Compound and I toolc it and wroto you
for advice following your directions
carefully and thnnks to you I am to-
day u well worann nnd I nm telling
all my friends of my experience."
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For thirty years Lydia E. Pink-
ham's Vcgetablo Compound maths
from roots and herbs lias been tho
standard remedy for femalo ills
and has positively cured thousands or
women who have been troubled with
displacements inflammation ulcera-
tion fibroid tumors irregularities
periodic pains backache that bearing-down
feeling flatulency indiges-
Kcepi the breath teeth mouth and body
ontivcptically clean nnd free from un-
healthy germ-life and disagreeable odors
which water soap and tooth preparation!
aiunc cannot aa jv
fecting and deodor-
of exceptional ex-
cellence and econ-
for inflamed eyes
throat and natal and
uterine catarrh. At
drug and toilet
lores 50 cents or
by mail postpaid.
Urge Trial Sample
WITH "HEALTH AND BIAUTY" BOOK BINT flltC
THE PAXTON TOILET CO. Boston Mass
WIDOWS'fNEW LAW obtained
tlCV(jmXTl by JOHN W. MORRIS
FjEIO.NS Washington V. C
W. N. U. WICHITA NO. 23 1908.
Simmons Ranch for Sale
95000 Acres In the Most Fertile Part of South
Texas Now on the Market.
Tho'Blmmono ranch located 3G miles south of San Antonio has
been divided Into farms and Is now being sold to settlers. You bare
what Is probably tho last opportunity to sccuro a farm of from 10
acres to C40 acres (Includlns two lots In town) for J210 payable flO
n month' without Interest This land will doublo in valuo id a Bhort
Such nn offer has novor boforo been mado and may never b
ftgaln(as good land Is Betting scarcor all tho time.
Write for literature and views of tbe ranch.
' DR. CHAS. F. SIMMONS
215 Alamo Plaza SAN ANTONIO TEXASj.
ITMI TCCNA MAN FY Til I
MLdMii9 - 0tlimUlCm&HlHOH -
Positively curad hf
these Little Pills.
They olio retlars Dla-
tre from Dyapepat a India-eat
Ion rindToo llAarty
Entlnir. A perfect rem-
edy for Dlnlneaa Nau-
sea Drowsiness llad
Taste In tlie Mouth Coat-
ed Tongue Vain In tbt
Hide TOIU'ID LIVER.
rticy regulate tho Dowels. Purely Vegetable.
SMALL PILL SMALL DOSE. $MilL PRICE.
Genuine Must Bear
For Preserving Purifying
and Beautifying the Skin
Scalp Hair and Hands'
for Sunburn Heat Rash'
(Mings and for all the
purposes of the Toilet.'
Oold throujrmut t world. Depot: Loadon27.
Chartcrhouao Hq.J rsrla.fi Hllo do lal'aLx: Austra-
lia. ll.TowBsA Cb.Hrdnfr: Indla)I.K.I'ulCal-
Iutts: China. Hon Kon-j Drug-Co.: Japan. Maruym.
.KL.Toklo; Honth A frlcv l-cnnon I.td. Caps 1 own.
Itc; Ittiuln l'crrrln (Apuka). Mowow: U.H.A-.
oltfr liruir ACIifm Curti-Hol I'rorm. noatwj-tf-1'ost-trce
Cutlcura Booklet on tbo Skin.
What a Sottlor Can Secure In
160 Acras Crln-Growln Land FREE.
20 to 40 Huthola Wheat to tha Act.
40 to 90 Uuihals Oat to tha Acre.
35 to 60 Uuahata Darlar to tha Acra.
Timber for Fnc!n and Buildings FREE.
Good I Jws with Low Taxation.
Splendid Railroad FacililU and law RaUa.
Schools and Churchas Convaniant
Satitfactory Markets for all Productions.
Good Climata and Perfect Health.
Chancea for Prof liable Investment.
Home of the choicest (rraln-proJuclnulands In
Saskntohcwan and Alberta may uuw be acr
quired In tliesn most healthful and prosperous)
sections under tho
Revised Homestead Regulations
j which entry may be made by proxy (on cer-
tain conditions) by tho father mother son
daughter brother or sister of Intending home-
Header. Entry fee In each e.u is 110.00. For pamphlet
best tlmo to go and where to locate apply to
3. S. CtAWrOBD.
Ho. US W. Ninth Street. Ksatss City MlisssrL
DAISY FLY KILLKRpUwiI anywhtr
PtbdMssSKrabA4rUSHyEB aou. ALaoluul
sHll or tip over.
I will not soil or In-
uui MiaKas J lx talk
Afa.t aeeljB a.I
NOTARIES and JUSTICES handlimo
rCnOIUIl ofler to Taunt A WuiIMAi?
Co. ashlngton V. O. (Oyer zTyears experience.)
a IDFI. Sm!!!m.!!mtmmm.
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