The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 48, Ed. 1, Thursday, May 11, 1911 Page: 3 of 8
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""" B "u ' senteucu.
"Matrimony my son."
SCALES ALL OVER HER BODY
"About three years ago I was ef-
fected by whlto scales on my knees
end elbows. I consulted a doctor who
tronted mo for ringworm. I saw no
change and consulted n specialist nnd
ho claimed I had psoriasis. I contin-
ued treatments under him for about
fix months until 1 saw scales break- i
UK out. .i over my ooay savo my
face. My scalp was affected and my
hair began to fall. I then changed
uoctors to no avail. I went to two i
hospitals and each wantod to maao a
study of tho caso and seemed unablo
o euro it or assure mo of a euro. I '
tried several patent medicines and '
was finally advised by a friend who
hns used Cutlcura on her children
slnco their birth to purchnso tho
Cutlcurn Horncdlcs. I purchased n
cako ot Soap tho Ointment nnd tho
Resolvent. After tho first application
tbo itching was allnycd.
"I nm still using tho Soap nnd Oint-
ment and now feel that none other Is
good enough for my skin. Tho psor-
iasis has disappeared and I every-
where feel better. . My hands wcro so
disfigured beforo using tho Cutlcura
Remedies that I had to wear gloves nil
tho tlmo. Now my body nnd hands
nro looking flno." (Signed) Miss Sam
Burnett 2135 Fitzwnter St Philadel-
phia Pa. Sept. 30 1010.
Cutlcura Soap (2Gc) and Cutlcura
Ointment (50c) nro sold throughout
tho world. Send to Potter Drug &
Chem. Corp. solo props. 135. Colum-
bus Ave. Boston for free book on af
fcctlons ot tho skin and scalp.
Alice I like Tom Immensely nnd
ho's very much tho gentleman; but
be docs llko to talk about himself!
Grace Yes dear your knight hath
a thousand I's. Puck.
TO DItlVK OITT MAT.A11IA
ami liuiij ur Tin; rvhtxm
UI11IX TOMC You Hno wUl Jva are laklnn.
The formula M plalnlr printed on ertrx bottle.
bowlDjr It Is aluplr Oulnlno nun Iron In a tatto-
es form. The Outnlne driven out the malaria
and tho Iron bnlMl Dp the iralfm. Sold bj aU
Hoalera lor 80 jeara. t'rlco 60 cenu.
What Is passing In tho heart of an-
other rarely escapes tho observation
of one who is it strict anatomist ot
his own. Shelley.
nnn cuoss iiai.i ni.un
Should bo in every home. Ask your Rrocer
for it. Large 2 oz. package only S cents.
What wo nro doing speaks with
greater force than what wo nre Bay-
Garfield Tea purifies the blood eradi-
cates rheumatism Rout and other diteasca.
Go to sleep without supper but rlso
without debt. Talmud.
Don't Trifle With
1 At the first sign of any
trouble take Hostet-
ter's Stomach Bitters.
It has an established
reputation as a health
maker and preserver.
Refuse anything else.
The Bitters is really
excellent and worthy
of a trial in cases of
at Low Prices
Fine quality caslna-a ueavllr constructed
of best material which ctrea greatest M-rur-Inir
quality Hade ly large ludpendent
rubber companj. Hundred of autoUts
uae them continual) and recommend them
highly. Lunrr your tire expeue by usltiff
our (roods. Kltlier Clincher J. V. Clincher
or llunlop. SSlJ-JII 30 30x3 -tli.3S 33l3!
-416.00 jC!i3t ma). S4l3-$l7.7n SOl
tja.es aii4-t:i.J. mi-j.tu Mai-m.so
(31.00 38x5 tX 10. Fine tubes 10 Ir.s
than standard list. Bhlpments V. O. I).
ullowlns examtnatloa. 6 dlacuunt If ensh
accompanies order. Accessories at lowest
prices. Catnldjr upon request.
THECEYER SALES CO. No. 101 Dxjton 0.
DATCMTC fortunes are toads In patents l'ro-
rft ICn 10 tectronrldeji. Oortl pate UxjSfrra.
iriUgentld Co. lox K Washington 1. C
tea ruts cm
I Malarial Disorders S
HERE ARE GOOD SOUPS
RECIPES FOR THREE VARIETIES
GIVEN IN DETAIL.
Clear Beef Another Tomato
the Third Corn How to
Make a Tatty Scotch
Clear Beef Soup. A lean uppci
ihnnk of beef nnd kpucklo of veal nre
used; theso must bo washed thorough-
ly and put Into enough cold water to
rover adding ono onion ono small
I lllced carrot and ono tnblespoonful
of salt; let simmer until tender;
iirnin me meat irom lue iiquiu usints
t for mgh Qr croqucUc8 put tho
liquid through n lino slove nnd then
et 6tRnd n coo pnco for )0urg.
IliA frtt nr Itinn list t-Ami-ivoil In ritin
iiiv litu iii:ia wo cuiu tv mi waaw -
wholo cake and replaced If nil tho
stock Is not used. Uy lcecptng this
I covering of fat on the stock It will ro-
; moln sweet n much longer time. When
ready to Borve reheat cutting tho
cooked carrot In cubes nnd nddtng a
I spoonful of minced parsley some eel-
' ery pepper nnd minced red sweet pep-
! per which may bo purchased by tho
Tomato Soup. Place two level tn
blespoonfuls of butter in n frying pan
d wnen meUcd Rtlr ln two lcvoi (n.
blespoonfuls of flour nnd let brown;
ncn ndd ono cupful ot stranea canned
tomato nnd-n lnch of baklne soda: '
when ths mxturo t3 hot pour in ono
pInt of mllk 8tlrrIng Hntll crearnv i
nnd hot. If it is more than this con-1
.i.t j.i mi e... .m i
i .oh n .. ... i . '
salt and pepper nnd serve.
I Corn Soup. Melt ono level tnblo-
i spoonful of butter In tho pan nnd then
i stir In ono rounding tnblcsponnful of
1 flour Btlrrlng until tho butter nnd
I flour nro well mixed; then add two
cupfulB of sweet milk or If there Is
i soiip stock nt hnnd use n cupful ot
this and ono cupful of mllk. Press
i one cupful of chopped ennned corn j
. through a coarse slcvo and add to tho '
cream mixture seasoning to suit with
. salt nnd pepper.
1 Scotch 8hortbread. Four cnpfjilsof
1 flour ono cupful of butter hulf a cup- i
ful of sugar and ono egg. Heat the
i butter and sugar to a cream then beat
I in tho egg; grodunlly mix in tho flour 'nine teeth to tho malls and they went
Turn tho mixture out on n baking astray. Postmuster General Hitch-
I board and knend carefull ttll n cock received tho following nppeal
I smooth paste. Dlvido It into two from her:
pieces; mako each piece Into a smooth I "Dear Sir I suppose you havo ro-
I round pinch round tho edges prick j ccived n nolo from tbo Camden post-
over tho top with n fork lay on a pa-' master that tho upper plutcs of my
1 rered tin nnd bake In a moderate ! teeth have been lost ln tho malls.
oven for half an hour. Allow to lie on : They were mailed at Camden on Jan-
tho tin until cold. At serving tlmo uary 1. 1 should liko very much to
break but do not cut Into small
Beforo broiling a steak dust Jt with '
salt nnd popper nnd rub It with salad
oil. This will greatly Jmprovo It. i
Toast should always bo thin nnd !
crisp. Cut the slices from a stale tin t
loaf and dry In tho oven beforo '
Tomatoes should be cklnncd beforo
being used for salad. To do this eas-
ily phico tho fruit In n basin and pour
boiling water on them.
Examine the bread pan three times
b week in case crumbs left in should
becomo moldy. These would speed-
I lly nffect tho wbolo contents of the
i In making rnuccs uso clarlfle; fat
1 from tho Boup kcttlo as tho medium
! for cooking tho flour then b'dat In a
fow tiny bits of butter to tho finished
sauce for tho flavor.
I When cutting new bread heat your
knife by dipping It Into a Jug of hot
water. In this way you may cut the
thinnest bread nnd butter from n new
loaf quite easily
A porcelain sink can bo quickly
( owned with paraffin. Dip a flannel
lightly Into tho paraflln and rub the
sink till all the stains are removed
. then thoroughly wash It with soap
and soda water.
A damp room or cupboard may bo
' dried by keeping ln It a Jar contain-
ing quicklime. Tho lime will absorb
i tho damp and keep the air dry and
pure. It must bo frequently renewed
ns it loses its power.
The China Closet.
The chanco opening of a chins
closet door showed a guest n partic-
ularly dainty arrangement of the con-
tents. The shelves were edged with
some of tho better grade of paper
napkins with a design of roses. Theso
were folded square nnd attached to
I tho Bhelf so they fell over the edge
ln points about four lncbcs deep nnd
qulto near together White crcpo pa-
per covered tho Bholvos.
Ten cents' worth of olives; 10
cents' worth of cream cheese; one
small can ot pimentos. Pit the olives
and run all through flno blado of
meat cutter. Mis and Bpread between
slices of thinly buttered bread. Very
When you have either butter oi
lard that has become otrong take a
bit of saltpeter about as much as
will Ho on the point ot a penknife
nd work it into tho butter or lard.
o IaiiAsoundI ;
Made Safe by Lydia E. Plnkham's
Granltovllle. Vt. "I was tinsslntr
through tho Changoof Llfenndauffored
r r o m nervousness
nnd other annoying
symptoms ana I
can truly say that
l.yuia i. I'liiKiinma
pound has proved
worth mountains of
gold to mo as It
restored mr health
and strength. I
never forgot to tell
my mentis what
Lvdla E. I'inklmm'a
VcRetnblo Compound lias Uono for mo
during this trying period. Coinploto
restoration to health means so much
to mo that for tho snko of other suffer-
ing women I nm willing to ninko my
troublo public so you may publish
this lottor." Itns. Ciias. JJaiiclay
U.P.D. Granltovlllo Vt.
No other medlclno for woman's ills
has received such wide-spread and un-
nuallfled endorsement. Xo other med
iclno wo know of has such a record
of cures ns has Lydla E. l'Inkham's
lor moro than 30 years it has been
curinc woman's ills such as inflamma-
t frccratlon. fibroid tumors irreg-
uhrlties periodic pains and nervous
prostration nnd it is unequalled for
carrying women safely through tho
Period of chango of life.
Mrs. IMiikiiam nt Lynn Hfnsi.
Invites nil nick vromon to writo
Iicr for nl vice. Her udvlcolsfrec
nan mwnys ncipitu.
SPINSTER LOSES HER TEETH
Go Astray In Malls and Lady Puts It
Up to the Postmaster
A Jersey spinster intrusted her
bear from you. If you aro unfortunate
enough to have storo teeth you know
how inconvenient it is to havo to do
without them and I have not hail
them even a year I paid 35 for
tbem and I cannot afford to get any
moro Just now. So will you kindly
do what you can for mo and as quick-
ly as possible?
"P. S. They were very good teeth."
The postmaster general put ono of
the best Inspectors ln tho service on
the Job (o find tho mlEsIng ivories.
83.00 RECIFE CURES
RELIEVES URINARY AND KIDNEY
TROUBLES BACKACHE STRAIN-
ING -SWELLING ETC.
Stops Pain In the Bladder Kidneys
I woman t It bo nice nltliln a week or so
to begin to say goodbyo forever to the
I scnlillng dribbling atralnlncr or too fre-
1 qucnt passage of urlno; the forehead and 1
the hack-of-the-head aches; the stitches
I ami pains In the back; tho crowing mus-
cle weakness; spots before the eyes; yel-
low sliln; alusglsh bowels; swollen eye-
lids or ankles; lec cramps; unnatural
short breath; sleeplessness and the do-
j I have a recipe for these troubles that
j you can depend on and If you want to
make a QUICK ItECOVnitY you ought
I to write and get a copy of It. Many a
doctor would charge you 3S0 Just for
writing this prescription but I huvo It
and will be glad to send It to you entire-
ly free. Just drop mo a Una like this:
Dr. A. E. Hoblnson K-KS Luck llulldlng.
Detroit llkh. and I will send It by re-
turn mall In a plain envelope. As you will
seo when you get it this recipe contains
only pure harmless remedies but It has
great healing and paln-conquorlng power.
It will quickly show Its power oncp you
uso It so I think you had better seo what
It la without delay. I will send you r.
copy free you can us It and cure youi-
self at home.
"I heard ho was In bad odor with
her family. Is that true?"
'Draw your own conclusions. It
was a ccntloss mnrrlage."
To restore a normal action to liver kid-
neys stomach and bowels take tinrfield
Tea the mild Herb laxative. All druggists.
1 Nothing chloroforms a church
qulckor than a minister dosed with
lira. Wlnslow's ftoothlng Syrup for Children
teething softena the gums reduces inflamma-
tion allays pala cures wlud colic. 33o a bottle.
It's no uso a church advertising the
Bible when It Is dodging its bills.
Boaus of thot
? 5 $
I I1 .'ml -iiH Wil
The husband of a fashlonablo wom-
an whoso gowns 'are at onco tho ad-
miration and despntr of hor feminine
acquaintances was dUcusstng tho
cost of living with a frlond at the
Union Loaguo tho other night.
"By tho way" ventured tho friend
cr don't you havo n good deal of
troublo keeping your wife dressed In
the height of stylo!"
Tho womnn's husband smiled and
thon shook his head- emphatically.
"Oh no" ho said "nothing to speak
of. Nothing nothing to tho troublo
I'd havo If I didn't."
FEWER DENTIST'S BILLS
Your teeth decay because particles
ot food get into crovlccs between and
around tho teeth and create germs
of decay. Ordlnnry tooth powders
and washes aro entirely lnadequato
to prevout It.
Try Pnxtlno Toilet Antiseptic n do-
llclous harmless germicide. Just a
llttlo in n glnss of wnter and rlnso tbo
mouth and brush tho teeth thoroughly.
It will whiten tho teeth prevent
nnd remove tartar destroy all germs
of decny and Bavo you dentist's bills.
Paxtlno thoroughly cleanses de-
odorizes and keeps puro nnd odorless
false teeth nnd brldgowork. Paxtlno
Is far superior to liquid antiseptics
and pcroxldo for all toilet and hy-
gienic uses. At Druggists 25 and 50c
or sent postpaid upon receipt of prlco
by Tho Paxton Toilet Co. Boston
Mass. Send for n frco sample.
How He Averted a Duel
Tho following is told of former Sen-
ator Joo Blackburn of Kentucky:
In tbo days of his youth tho Ken-
tucklnn was askrd by a friend to sec-
ond him In a duel. Ho consented and
at sunrise tho parties met at tho ap-
pointed place. Now It was this Ken-
tucklan's duty to sny tho Inst words
touching the terms of tho duel. But
although ho faithfully porformed this
duty tho duel never took placo.
A murmur of "Why not?" Invnrlably
goes around whenever this story is
told whereupon tbo answer Is as fol-
lows: "For n very simple reason. When
Jdo finished speaking It wns too dark
for a duel." Harper's Magnzlno.
Much Easier to Handle.
Mnbe! Father's so glad you'ro a
Scribbler Ah llko yourself bo
Mabel Oh no. But you see poets
enn't fight. The last lover of mlno ho
tried to throw out was a football
18 EPILEP8Y CONQUERED?
New York Physicians Have Many
Cures to Their Credit.
New York April 4. Advices from
every direction fully confirm previous
reports that tho remarkable treatment
for epilepsy being admlnlstcrod by tbo
consulting physicians of tbo Dr. Wator-
man Institute is achieving wonderful
results. Qld and stubborn cases havo
been greatly benefited nnd many pa-
tients claim to hevo been entirely
Persons suffering from epilepsy
should wrlto at onco to Dr. Waterman
Institute 122 Eaat 2Cth sL Branch 03
New York for a supply of tho romedy
which Is being distributed gratuitously.
Keeps Horseshoers Busy.
Thero nro used In tbo British army
28500 horseshoes every month.
CS13 AM.KK'8 rOOT-KABK
the Antlhepllo powder to he shaken tnlo the shoes
for Urod achlog feet. It takes the stlog out of onrns
and bunions and makes walking a delight hold
ererywhere Kc. Ittuii tubitUulK. For rUB
trial package address A. S. Uluiited Le Hoy N.T.
nightly employed the reason Is not
a check to piety but Is Its regulator.
It chastens and refines the flames of
devotion In thu human heart but does
not put It out. C. W. Wendto.
Household troubles; Headache Tooth-
ache Knrnche Stomach ache. Hamlius
Wizard Oil cures theso aches and pains
ro why don't you keep a bottle in the
A Real Treat.
"What ye eatin'7"
"A dime's worth o" salt wld some
peanuts In it." Judgo.
that follows taklne n dose of castor
oil salts or calomel is about the J
worst you can endure Ueh it (
gives one tho creeps. You don't
have to havo it CASCARETS
move the bowels tone up the
liver without theso bad feelings.
Try thorn. on
CASCARRTS toe a box for a week's
' ttesttnrnt all drufrtltts. JIlKgest seller
lu the world. Milium boxes a month.
Color more goods brighterandfastercolorsthan
dye any garment without ripping apart. Write
"It tho Jupanoeo want to fight us"
nald the nervous man "why don't they
"Perhaps" replied tbo calm and col-
lected porson "they aro wttltlng for
more tips from our military experts
on how to proceed."
ugly srlzzly.sray hairs. Uaa "LAORBOLB" HAIR 0RE88IN9. PRJOK. 91JOO nUM
Howoll My wlfo 1b a woman of
Powell Hut doesn't sho mako tho
fow work overtime?
A whtit enthusiast wrote and pub-
lished n book on tho gnuio nnd sent
a copy to n fatuous player for his
opinion ot It. In about a weok tho
book was returned to him with tho J
"My Dear Sir. Your favor of tho
10th Instant nccompanlod by your
book was duly recolved. I havo read
It very carefully. It suemB to bo a
very good game bin I don't think It
Is as good a gamo as whist!"
She Too many men expect their !
wives to run tuolr Homes on prnc-
tlcally nothing. They forget that no
ono can mako bricks without straw.
Ho My wlfo does out of flour.
Belter general health Is sure to follow
the u c of the natural Hrib Inmtlvo Uar-
field Tea. It corrects constipation.
A suspicious woman raises a largo
crop of doubts.
The Fountain Head of Life
Is The Stomach
A man who has a weak and Impaired stomach and who docs not
properly digest Ids food will soon find thst bis blood has become
weak and Impoverished and that bis whole body is improperly and
Dr. PtF.RCii'ii GOLDEN MEDICM. DISCOVERY
ntakem the stomach atrond promote tho tlovt ot
digestive Inlcc restore tha loat appetite make
assimilation perfect- Inri&oratea the liver anal
purities and enriches the blood. It la the Great blood'tnmker
tlesh-bttllder and reatoratlve nerve tonlo. It makea rata
frond In body actlvo In mind and cool In lad&emeaU
This "Discovery" is a pure glyceric extract ot American medical root7
absolutely free from alcohol and all injurious hab!t-formia drujt. All It
ingredients are printed on its wrappers. It baa no relationship with secret
nostrums. Its every ingredient is endorsed by the leaders la ail the schools of
medicine. Don't accept secret nostrum as a substitute for this time-proven
remedy op known coMroimon. An Youa nbiohbosj. They must know of
many cures mado by It during past 40 years right in your own neighborhood.
World's Dispenscry Medical Association Dr. H. V. Pierce Pres. Buffslo N. Y.
2-M 3 3i52& 4 Shoes VgJSS
W. Ii Douzlas shoes cost more to make
because higher grade leathers are tued and selected with greater
care. These aro the reasons why W. h. Douglas shoes are guar-
anteed to hold their shape look and fit better and wear longer
than any other shoes you can buy
troEvanr of subittitutes.'i
The genuine havo W. L Douglas name and the retail
price stamped on the bottom which guarantees full value
and protocts the wearer against high prices and inferlorshoes.
REFUSE SUBSTITUTES CLAIMED TO BE' JUST A3 0000'
. '.'. ?u' d"U't cannot stipplr you with the
for kfatl order folAlnv. NIiom mdI l!rt r.
; .j i. ---i 1 "-".".."
loucln 14ft Mprli
Miss Bongs and ft! iss Whiton's
School for Girls
WITHIN BAST ACCESS of all parts of tha city and ot tha great libraries
and museums. Opportunity siren for altsndanoa at publlo entertainments of
educational and urtlstlo value.
THOHOUail AND CONSERVATIVE TIIAININO moral. Intellectual and
physlcnl with expert supervision In every department thus Insuring dentins
and certain results.
FACULTY LAUGH each teacher a specialist; and pupils assured tha Indi-
vidual attention adnpted to their respective nseds.
iUtlMAItV l'nKlARATOIli AND ACADIfiMIQ DEPAnTMBNTB; alo a
unique department known aa the Ul'PCtl 1IOUBI5 for graduate and special
students dcslrlntr to spend the winter In New York In a congenial social atmos-
phere under the most favorable conditions for culture of soolal graces and for
IntelllKent advancement. The Ul'I'EU 1IOUSU Is In a large degree free from
the ordlnnry restrictions of a school.
1IKST AUVANTAOKS of New York available for the study of Music Art
Elocution. Languages nnd Dancing.
I'HYHICAL ICXKHCIHEB. Special attention given with the object of promot-
ing health grace and ease of motion and repose of manner. The gymnastlo ex-
ercises are In charge ot n graduata ot Dr. Sargent of Cambridge Mass. HUM-
MER CAMP In New Hampshire.
TUB SUCCESS OF TUB SCHOOL has been so pronounoed that It has re-
ceived the highest commendation ot the leading educators of the country as
well as of the highest officials of the U. S Government; Miss Bangs and Miss
Whlton refer by permission to the presidents of ten colleges and universities
and to President and Mrs. Tnft ISx-Vlre-Presldent and Mrs. Fairbanks Kx-
Presldent and Mrs. rtoosovelt and the Chief Justice.
any other dye. One 10c package colors all fibers. Theydye Incoldwalerbetterthananyotherdye. You can
for free booklet How to Uye. Ulcach and Mil Colors. MUNDOE I1KUO COMPANY Qulncy III.
TfTTYWTTV ! deceptive disease
V11-'1A-'A thousands hava It and
TROUBLE dont know " " yu
can make no mistake by using Dr. Kil-
mer's Swamp-Itoot the great kidney rem-
edy. At druggists In fifty cent and dol-
lar alzes. Sample bottle by mall free
also pamphlet telling you how to find out
If you have kidney trouble.
Address Dr. Kilmer a Co. Slngbamton N. Y.
Come to moat people and canse many
troubles pimples bolls and other erup-
tion! betldet loss of Appetite that tired
fueling biliousness Indigestion aud head-
ache. The sooner you get rid of them tbo bet-
ter and the way to cet rid of them and
to butd up the lyitcm li to take
The Spring Meiliclna par excellence u
liown by unequaled radical and perma-
Oct it today In umal liquid form or
chocolated tableta called Sarsotabo.
JF YOU HAVE
noaprwtlte tndlgeitlon t'Utulrnce Sick
tleUch"all run down" or lodne llerii you
Imtwhit you nerd. Tlier ton upthowtok
tonuch and bulM up th fUitlnc cntrt It.
44 Bu. to the Acre
It a hearr field bat that's what John Kennedrof
Vl.lHiiHl..a A ltutl Sit. b.-a-. -. ..- n
tKiiiivuwiiinimiia. ri-rii viiaUR KUi inilil JV
n creof fprlnaWbcfttlniyru. lienor. a
Ifwr frum other dlttrtcu In tbitprof
lfntrfiMiltf ucb ii
OUU bnilirU ot wtieol
butlie initio wrtmro
rrmti Ai hist at 1S3
tnialirii of ml to th
The Silver Cup
a t the rerent Spokane
Valrwni awarded to the
A lbna tioTernmrntlor
TtXTfttJalHFB. llfriairiBiir rsllont
TlwitU for 1V10 ccnift alto from
hatkatcbrwan and Manitoba In
l'reo htiiueitffttla nt 10O
nrrra. nml ndlolulnir nr
ettintlolia of llltl Ufreefa
m.. ; i .. '
itioiia or luu utTfia(nt
.erucr)nrf to La limi
HelifMila rnnvntent. rll
litute eicellrnt Mtlt
liniitl liullillnir laniher
rlieaif nelrnsy (njet unit
reaaounlilelii irlro nslrr
jusllr proniirea lulled
1 iiriiitorr. n aurrrss.
Write as to belt place for Set-
tlement settleraloir rallwar
rates detrrlptlTe lllnurated
-jilllr.t Wel"(nl free on
tion to Hup't of Inimlitratlon
(nuira. Can. .or In tne Onadls n
ttuwM comsscd acdit
1. Ul W. Mill Stmt (uui Otr. It.
(Hse address nearest yott.)
W. N. U. WICHITA NO. 14-1911.
AND ALL NOSE
AND THROAT DISEASES
III I Hill
Cures the skin and acts as a preTenUve for others. Liquid g trsn sa
thetongue. Hate for brood marea and all others. I)eftlitdnerrene4M
cents and I1.0U a bottle 1 14.00 and J10.OO lbs dosen. Sold by all druirlsU
aud horse goods bouses or sent express paid by the manufMturera.
SPOHN MEDICAL CO Chemists. GOSHEN INDIANA
than ordlnarr shoes.
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The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 48, Ed. 1, Thursday, May 11, 1911, newspaper, May 11, 1911; Beaver, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc68845/m1/3/: accessed February 27, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.