Beaver County Democrat. (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 17, 1910 Page: 2 of 8
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Odd News From Big Gties
Sftariaa of StrtMt HmiWI «■ dw
At the Plrst Try.
"What do you think of my douth-1
outs, George V
"Dear, you are a wonder!*
-Do you think o. really, darling?"
-I certainly do. Scientist* have I
been trying for yearn to produce arti-
ficial rubber, and here you do It the |
Erst rattle out of the box."
Historic Barn b Used as a Church
UTM Kidney trouble
JVIE/m upon the mind, dteeoor
AND ST; SS-rSlr-SS
an out of order or dtoeeeed. For toed i
suits un Dr. Kilmer's Bwatn^Kbot >•
greet kidney remedy. At dni|rilt.,lM
church of Roiborough la erertiag
Gothic edifice on the
of Ridge aad Rex
borough areaaea The stte Is a hie-
torlc om as4 vm long revered by
the older mHintt tor the part takes
there dur*~g the revotationary war.
The old e*~ee dweCJag bee beea de-
bet the large harm la the
Is beaag and as a hoaee of worship
of the church
bottle by mall free, alao
Dr. Kllur A Co..
of 1TT7-1TTR, while the Brit-
WF NFFD m KKKa1,15
" « HM"* tolearnTetetraphy
and Railroad work. Positions arc
waiting as soon as the course is coin-
oat (raa the e
the owtlytag dis-
tricts of the city. One December
afternoon. dailag a siomara, a
company of Vlrgtala troopers rode
town Radge STenaet then haowa u
•A# PtymowU road, through Roxbor
c«gh. sad. mtu the specious end
.Tirueg barn, stepped at the house
sstd esketi permisetoa of Andrew
Wood, the owner, to spend the night
tn the barn. Wood was s patriot, and
at once acceded to the request, urg
e a amber of the troopers to spend
the night la the bouse
MMalght passed, and the weary
troops rs were ladulglng In dreams of
from their foes end a
etarn to their own firesides
suddenly the sentinel detected
the approach of s body of horsemen.
Hs had scarcely given an alarm when
they rushed by him. In a moment
the house and barn was the scene of
confusion, alarm and disorder. Al-
ready had eome of the Virginia troop-
ers mounted their horeee and were
hastening to escape by Cere's lane,
opposite the houee, when the British
rushed on to the attack, giving no
Grace Lutheran church, after hold-
ing services In the Roxborough Ly-
ceum hall, rented the Woods' house,
the lower part of which wes fitted up
as a chapel, with 8unday school
rooms on the upper floors. The prop-
erty was subsequently purchased, the
old house torn down and the barn
brought Into service.
«>e.Wwne ■ B—«ai—Syrap.
— ■ «W..MC«uC MM
It seems as though women's styles
change so often merely to keep men's |
noee* down to the grindstone.
non spoil, rom noma.
T* Red Cross Ban Blue and keep them
white u snow. All grocer*, Se a package.
Some politicians are too modeet to |
face the nude truth.
Levis' Single Binder, the famous
straight 5c cigar—annual sale #,300,000.
It Is pleasant to grow old with good
heaith and a good friend.—Socrates.
Telephone Now Used for Advertising
I COT K
THE RIVAL CAPTIANO.
NEW YORK.—A number of boslneee
houses In New York are using ths
telephone Instead of circulars for ad-
vertising purposes. Probebly this will
inset the approval of Uncle Sam. If
adopted wherever practicable It might
extenalrely relieve the strain on ths
postal service. A r tall dry goods
merchant reoetves a consignment of
cholcs lacee. It Ukee only a few mln-
utes to ring up two or three dozen
of his best customsrs who would hs
sspedally Interested In such goods
and ask them to call and examine the
laoea. The flattery of such an Invita-
tion appeals strongly to many persons
Circularisetlon has been carried to
euch an extent that much of Its ef-
fsctlveneee Is frequently lost and
many circulars never reach the buyer
to whom they are sddressed. whereas
the telephone call can usually be a
direct communlcstion. A haberdasher
telephones his pstrons to nots his
latest Importations In neck scarfs, the
newst shirtings or special effers In
silk hose, s clipping bureau rings up
a prominent financier, tells him his
ntma is mentioned lr. the dallies In
connection with an Important rail-
road deal and asks him to subscribe
to ths bureau's extremely efficient
service; a dealer In antiques begs
that madams win call to examine
soms rare old Sheffield piste Just re-
ceived. Such sttentlons have all the
excluslveness of s vsrnlshlng day In-
vitation. and It would be a patron of
hardy nerve who would fall to buy.
A TRULY BENE-
in cases of Poor Appetite,
Sour Risings, Bloating,
and Malaria, Fever and
Ague is Hostetter's Stom
ach Bitters. For over
57 years it has been as-
sisting sickly and run-
down people back to
health, and its friends are
therefore, legion. You
really ought to try this
wonderful remedy at
once and be satisfied that
it is the only one you
need to keepyouhealthy.
**I fell and sprained my arm
and was in terrible pain. I
could not use my hand or arm
without intense suffering until
r neighbor told me to use
Sloan's Liniment The first
application gave roe instant
relief and I can now use my
arm as well as ever."—Mrs. H.
B. Spnnrowt, 9*1 Flora SL,
Elizabeth, N. J.
Is an excellent antiseptic and germ
burns, wounds, and
contusions, and will
draw the poison
from sting of poi-
S5e., Mo. and $1.00
am* poultry sent free.
Chicago Hair Industry Is a Big One 5 Beautiful PostCards
r . . „ _ AV_ These Are the Very Latest j
Dr. Earl 8. Sloan,
, lam, V.S.A.
DEFIANCE Geld WstsrStarch
saaksa laundry work a pleasure, lfl or. pk«. IQa
Tksapssa't Eyo Water
Chlmmle—O'wan. you're no ball
player. Yer couldn't ketch a foul II
It was moultla'!
Patsy—Glttout, you couldn't ketch
a fly If It was stuck on sticky fly-par
per till it was dead as merlasaesl
Randall—How did you like the mili-
tary parade, Ida?
Miss Rotors—Glorious! I never aaw
enough men In all my life before."
When It comee to giving uppercuta
pugilists are not In It with barbers.
A Phyalclan on Food.
▲ phyalclan, of Portland, Oregon,
has views about food. He aays:
1 have alwaya believed that the
duty of the physician does not ceaae
with treating the sick, but that we
ewe It to humanity to teach them how
to protect their health, especially by
hygienic and dietetic laws.
"With such a feeling as to my duty
I take great pleasure in saying to the
publlo that la my own experience and
also from personal observation I have
fbuad no food equal to Orape-NuU.
and that I find there Is almost no limit
to the great benefits this food will
bring when used In all casee of sick-
ness and convalescence.
"It is my experience thst no physi-
cal condition forbids the use of Orape-
Nuts. To persons in health there Is
nothing so nourishing and acceptable
to the stomach, especially at break-
fast, to start the machinery of the hu-
man system on the day's work.
"In cases of indigestion 1 know that
a complete breakfast can be made of
Orape-Nuts and cream aad I think It Is
not advisable to overload the stomach
at the morning meaL I also know the
great value of Orape-Nuts when the
stomach la too weak to digest other
-This Is written after aa experience
of more than 20 years, treating all
manner of chronic and acuta diseases,
and ths letter is written voluntsrtly
on my part without any request for It"
Read the little book. -The Road to
Wallville," la pkgs. There's a
JUST WON DC R
IT | Ah wearW
HAIR - !- ?-
CHICAGO—According to the mana-
ger of one of Chicago's big "hair
factories" his plant Is doing a mil-
lion dollars' worth of business s
rear. Bald Mr. Manager: "Why, the
foreign dealers who used to make
colonial wigs never began to have
the trade we have. Tou can see this
letter from a well-known firm rushing
us on with an order for 6,000
switches, and those tea bead boxes
over there contain exactly $30,000
worth of first quality hair all to hs
sold to department stores. A worn
aa up In Wisconsin has made neaurly
950.000 simply by selling ths hair sbs
has bought from country women all
evar ths state.
"All hair that Is not Chinese Is first
quality hair, but 76 per cent, of the
false hair now worn Is from a China-
man's queue—second quality hair we
call it. When a Chinaman dies or Is
sent to prison his queue, which aver-
ages 40 inches In length. is cut off
and sold at a big auction sale. Our
agents bid for it by the pound and
then ship directly to us. Over at our
laboratory these queues are first thor-
oughly disinfected, the greatest care
being taken, then they are bleached
perfectly white and put through a re-
fining process, which makes them
more like the natural hair. After they
are dyed the ordinary shades they
ceaae being queuea and become
'Then they are put on a hackle, a
board set with sharp steel spikes,
where they are separated Into eren
lengths. For Instance, a 26-inch
switch, ths popular length, must have
every hair precisely 26 Inches long. In
the average switch there are about six
different shades of one color which
must be blended together on the
Theee Are the Very Latent
Post Card Deelgne
To qnkfclr Introduce oar new and op-to-date
lln« of Card*, w# will for the not dayaaend
absolutely free thi* f ho Ice awgrtmant of Ar-
tistle Card*. Including Blrthday. Chriat«aa.
Rotes end Flower*. Boat Wlahaa end Good Lark. .
' if yon an«w«r thia ad Immediately and aend le
card* of yonr own tela etton FREE. Thi**pee
lal limited adrertUiee offer good only day*.
MT POST CMB CUM.N1 Mm StTsssfcaJUa.
E*rImrd «nd fc ttamp. «#• * tenda* theeempM*
**t ti lata* itji* poet card* a* daeenfcad.
City Thrives on the Bermuda Onion
IT nWKV FDR
SAN ANTONIO. Tex.—Thst this city
owss Its great distinction aa a
metropolis of the wonderful state of
Texas to the Bermuda onion as grown
In Rio Grande bottom lands, ths resl-
dsnta are proud to admit.
■even years ago a man named Nye.
who thought he had beea cheated la a
land trade, asksd the agricultural de-
partment what be could raise oa the
land. It was dry aad sandy soil nsar
Sea Aatonla Bermuda oaloea, wss
the answer. This ysar ths Bermuda
onion crop marketed from this dis-
trict exceeded 12.000.000 In value
As sooa as Mr. Nys demonstrated
tut the socaUed desert land nesr
flan Aatonlo would return a profit of
IMO to MOO sa acre In onions. U
slightly Irrigated, semsons tried cab-
bage. The cabbage shipped from this
district brought fl,000,000 this year.
Then other garden truck followed nat-
urally and this brought back t3,-
When truck growing with river lr
ligation proved successful, an effort
was made to get water through bored
wells. Arteelan wells have added
more than a million acres to the cul-
tlvatable land. '
Of course, as the business grew, 8an
Antonio prospered. From the trading
point for a cattle country It became
the dlatrlbutlng center for one of the
richest small farming districts in the
The population of the city was ST,-
073 in 1680. and In 1000 It had In-
creased to 62.321. This year the total
soared to M.641, and. with suburba. It
far exceeds the charmed 100,000 mark.
The nearest rival In Texaa Is Dallas,
with 02,104. What gives ths greatest
Joy locally Is thst sight years ago all
Texas was saying that Baa Antonio
hsd reached Its limit.
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Why take ehances when yon can make art
laf action a certainty by having ua do you
Cleaning and Dyeing
work? Onr ear ilea makea the clothes weal
longer and they look (rood aa long aa they en
I wearable. Mcompetenlemployeestogiveyouf
work proper and prompt attention. Mailorder*
promptly attended to, wrtte today for price Uak
THE PEOPLES CLEANING A DYE WORKS
tn SOUTH LAWRENCE WICHITA. KANSAS
Pergaal aad Seat Equipped Plant in Kama*)
I The Jones HTCHJMIGE
Ford Cars. 8econd hand and used can
exchanged aad sold on easy terms. Ac-
cessories all kinds. Wholesale and retaiL
j IIB-122 N.Topeka 01, Wichita, Kan.
JAMES O. SMiTHTHIDE OO.
•Mf OasffasAve., Wlohitm, Kan.
HIDES and FURS
I Direct all ahlpteenta to oa. Kama will rocnlre per-
sonal aMeattoa. Satisfaction «iiar*nt«Htd. We rank*
prompt ratama. Shipping U«e free to abtppun.
•ALVAIIZED TANKS, All Kinds
•olvulzod Corrvcfltsd Culvorts
•HfAIIZED STACK COVER
METAL MOFim, All Kinds
Write for Circulate.
IIW MARTIN METAL MFC. CO .WkU., Ko.
COINS ANO STAMPS |
atlon almple. .Vrtte ua for partlculara.
Make the Liver
Nise bM ia IN wba dw Eesr b fi^bt As
Stomach and bowel* sra ri^S.
Gonolno aadiMi Signaturo
Thoncaod* ef coin* aad staaapa
that appear ordinar* to pea
command nrratuma. Many art
worth luOtimea laceealee. Yoa
mifht handle mm every day
and no* know it.
Send lor free booklet
ROYAL MONEY 4 STAMP CO.
tso aaaaau btrcct, new voaa crrr
WICHITA ELECTRIC CONSTRUCTION CO.
I IIS a. Hariut Street Wichita, Kamas
OUa. Peliahea. Spark Plui*.
Lamp*. Battensa. Carbide.Xoau.
Pampa, Tue*. Tire fcuadrw*.
ate. Mall order* promptly ttlM.
AMATEUR PHOTOMAraEKS I
1 4eS^a^DaAgLMOTOB Whl ti*
IMC #E| I MoTlnf Picture Macnuif*, i'tio-
pertalnlnc to the Motrlnf Picture Buniueta.
rtrat-elaaa Film* aad Soues for rent and mI*
j nam nuiMmi cl in lImm sl. sicmi. im*
ti—a tor *a team an, erery locality. Utg by
| ITDIO-CASBOa CO.,
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Beaver County Democrat. (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 17, 1910, newspaper, November 17, 1910; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metapth349327/m1/2/: accessed May 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.