Davenport Leader (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 19, 1905 Page: 2 of 9

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RAISED FROM A DEATH-BED.
Mr. Pitts, Once Pronounced Incurably
Has Been We!! Three Years.
E. E. Pitts, 60 Hathaway st., Skow-
hegan, Me., nays: "Seven years ago
my back ached and I was bo run down
that I was
laid up four
months. I had
night sweats and
fainting spells
and dropped to
90 pounds. The
urine passed ev-
ery few minutes
with intense pain
and looked like
blood. Dropsy
set in and the
doctors decided I could not live. My
wife got me using Doan's Kidney
Pills, and as they helped me I took
heart, kept on and was cured so thor-
oughly that I've been well three
years."
Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
"BUSTLE" GOWNS AFFECT GAIT
The Grecian Bend, It Is Predicted,
Wil! Follow the New Fashion
Soon we s>hall see whether woman's
walk is to be changed by the wires
which an "unimpeachable authority"
says are to be fastened in the backs
of the fall skirts to make them set out.
It is predicted the Grecian bend will
come back with the wires, and that
girls will i;o mincing along on their
toes as they did a decade or so ago.
Next week will settle the momentous
question, for at the meeting of the
National Dressmakers' association
many of these "bustle gowns" will be
exhibited, .and it will be interesting
to note how the models move about
in them. Mrs. Baker, tne president
of the association, says that wired
gowns are the latest things in Paris,
and that all the frocks are flounced
and frilled in a most extravagant
way. Two or three hundred dollars
is a mere bagatelle, she says, for
something to cover the female form.
"Nothing to wear'' will be the pre-
dicament of many unless Mrs. Baker
exaggerates.—New York Press.
An Honest Opinion.
Mineral, Idaho, Oct. 16th.— (Spe-
cial.)—That a sure cure has been dis-
covered for those sciatic pains that
make so many lives miserable Is the
firm opinion of Mr. D. S. Colson, a
well-known resident of this place, and
he does not hesitate to say that cure
Is Dodd's Kidney Pills. The reason
Mr. Colson is so firm in his opinion
Is that he had those terrible pains and
is cured. Speaking of the matter he
says:
"I am only too happy to say Dodd's
Kidney Pills have done me lots of
good. I had awful pains in my hip so
I could hardly walk. Dodd's Kidney
Pills stopped it entirely. I think they
are a grand medicine."
All Sciatic and Rheumatic pains are
caused by Uric Acid in the blood.
Dodd's Kidney Pills make healthy kid-
neys and healthy kidneys strain all
the Uric Acid out of the blood. With
the cause removed there can be no
Rheumatism or Sciatica.
The Mexican Central Railway com
pany has arranged to place forty oi
burning engines on its line.
DAVENPORT LEADER. BOW A FRIEND-
SHIP GREW
\T. II. HON N ICR.
DAVENPORT.
OKLA.
NEW STATE NEWS
Terlton, hi Pawnee county, is to
have a bank—the State Bank of
Terlton.
The contract for the construction
of the new Scottish Rite temple at
South McAlester has been let to C.
W. Clark of Little Rock for $125,000.
A hotel and blacksmith shop at
Mutual were destroyed by fire last
week.
Captain Ira L. Reeves and Fred
Stier, both of Muskogee, will soon
begin the publication of a monthly
magazine called tho Southwest De-
velopment News.
The Story
Whether Hand Sapollo got m more
enthusiastic welcome In homes where
Sapollo was an old and tried friend,
or where It was a stranger, Is a ques-
tion. Where women had come to rely
on Sapollo for rapid, thorough clean-
ing In every part of the house except
the laundry, they commenced without
loss of time, to avail of this new prize.
Orubby little hands, and stained, work-
worn older ones, whitened, softened,
and smoothed out as If by magic, cal-
lous spots disappeared, and com-
plexions cleared. Children ceased
their strenuous objections to the scrub-
bing up process, because It became a
A gambling house In Muskogee was
raided lafit week by deputy United
States marshals and fifteen men and
the paraphernalia were gathered in.
Governor Ferguson last week hon-
ored a requisition from the governor
of Illinois for the return to that state
of Harry Deeds, who is under indict-
ment for murder. Deeds was located
In Caddo county.
More than one-half of tho pig iron
made in the world is bessemer.
Test Its Value.
Slmmon3' Liver Purifier Ii the
most valuable remedy I ever tried for
constipation and disordered Liver. It
does Its work thoroughly, but doe?,
l.ot gripe like most remedies of Its
character. I certainly recommend it
whenever the opportunity occurs.
W. M. Tomlinson,
Oswego, Kas
Italy proposes to exclude all rail
way building material in order to en
courage homo manufacturers.
The United States Intruders' court
at Ardmore adjourned after being in
session a week. One hundred and
twenty cases, involving the possessory
right to Indian lands, was heard by
Judge Bennett, who reserved his de-
cision.
The plant of the Shawnee Light and
Power company has been sold to C.
«. Freuoff cf New York city. The sale
was made by the receiver, J. C. Fisher,
on an order from the district court.
The price paid was $108,000.
Lee Black, a boy of seventeen years,
and Rex Woodruff were arrested at
Lawton upon the charge of selling
liquor to Indians. Black was able to
give bond and was released, but
Woodruff wa- unable to secure bail
and was taken to the federal jail at
Guthrie.
The Washita Valley Trust company
has been organized at Chickasha, with
a capital stock of $100,000. The com-
pany is composed entirely of local
men. Besides doing a genera) trust
company business, insurance and ab-
stract departments will be maintained.
The taxpayers' league of Lawton
has employed attorneys to bring in-
junction proceedings to prevent J. O.
Severns from carrying out a sewer
contract recently granted him by the
city council. The league objects to
the indebtedness. About $50,000 is
involved.
The commissioners of Kiowa county
have voted to release the taxes on
damaged an.l destroyed property at
Snyder, where a tornado did so much
damage last spring. On destroyed
property the taxes were wiped out en
tirely; on damaged property, the
taxes were reduced fifty per cent, a
total reduction of $7,037.
THE DISTRICT SCHOOL
OF SPOTLESS TOWN
ci ass IN ALGEBRA
I,et housewife equal X plus E ; X+K
I,ct E the sign for Sapolio be ; B
For dirt let minus X be had ; —X
Then all these symbols we will add. ———
The x and minus x drop out E B
(As anyone can see no doubt)
And leave what must the housewife please —
The happy symbol we call case.
the hands and could scarcely realize
how soft and "comfy" they felt after
the washing.
Then began the excitement of adven*
ture; what would the new soap NOT
do? A girl tried a shampoo. Her
hair, pretty, soft and silky "went up"
perfectly, with none of the unmanage-
ableness that generally exists for a full
week after the usual process. A man
used the delightful lather for shaving,
and felt no need for cold cream after•
wards. A pimply face was treated
to a dally bath' ^nS with the
full suds, and / promptly be-
came clear. j? Tartar on
the teeth / yielded
to It, / and
feet / that
WHY TAKE DAINTY
CARE of your mouth and
neglect your pores, the myriad
mouths of your skin ? Hand
Sapolio does not gloss them
over, or chemically dissolve
their health-giving oils, yet
clears them thoroughly by a
method of its own.
had a
ency to•
hardening
regained their
tend-
wards
the skin
natural condl-
pleasure. . It freshened up the hands
after dish-washing, removing the most
disagreeable feature of that necessary
task. It was found to keep delicate
baby skins from chafing better than
salve or powder, and the crowning
note In the song of delight came when
an adult member of the family used It
In a full bath, and realized that a
Turkish Bath at a cost of one dollar
was outdone by a small fraction of tho
little, ten-cent, velvety cake.
But, strange though It may seem,
there were people who had not learned
to prize Sapollo. To these the adver-
tising of Hand Sapollo came as a
surprise. Sapollo, a scouring soap,
tlor, till another family had joined the
chorus of friendly acclaim. And so It
Is everywhere, those who know the
"elder brother" welcome the new•
comer, for the sake of the first known,
and those who meet both for the first
time arc plunged Into a whimsical
worry as to which they could better
spare H they had to make a choice.
TRY HAND SAPOLIO.
Its steady use will keep the hands
of any busy woman as white, un-
tanned and pretty as if she was
under the constant care of a city
manicure. It is truly "The Dainty
Woman's Friend," in the suburb#
or on the farm.
Those ugly dark brown streaks
on the neck, arising from tight
collars, and the line where the
sunburn stops, can be wiped out
by the velvety lather of Hand
Sapolio. It is, indeed.
Dainty Woman's Friend.'
'The
THE FIRST STEP away
fr ui self-respect is lack of
cora in personal cleanli-
ness! tha first move in
bulldlod up a proper prlrla
In man. woman, or child
is a visit to the bathtub.
You can't ba healthy, or
firetty, or even dood, an*
ess you are clean. Usa
HAND SAPOLIO. It
ploacea everyone.
Merchants of lawton are fighting an
ordinance passed by the city council
recently. The ordinance in question
is one prohibiting the display of wares
in front of mercantile establishments.
Some of the merchants wore using tho
greater part of the sidewalks in front
of their places of business to show
goods, and the council sought to rem-
edy this nuisance. A number of ar-
rests have been made, and it is prob-
able the law will be tested in the
courts,
adapted for the hands, the face, the
general toilet? Impossible, It would
be horrid. Who ever heard of such a
use? Finally a bold shopper carried
borne a cake. Docs It look like kit-
chen Sapollo? No one Is sure, and a
cake of that Is bought, and comparison
made. Behold a family using both the
Sapolios for every conceivable pur-
pose, and comparing notes I After
easily and quickly cleansing a greasy
pan with Sapollo, Jane thought the
other would be gritty, and was aston-
ished at the smooth, dainty lather.
Another was certain It would harden
Be Alive
If a boy Is to succeed in life's bat-
tle for bread and position among
those at the top he must be alive.
If he is a cigarette fiend he will never
be anything or anybody but a com-
mon drudge, unless he quickly breaks
the habit. Success tells what a young
man must do to win.
"No young man can hope to advance
rapidly who lacks an enterprising,
progressive spirit. Indeed, enterprise
is a resutsite to employment. No
one wants to employ a youth who
lacks push. He must be alive to
and in touch with the spirit of the
hour, or he is not wanted anywhere,
j The enterprising employer wants
every employe to share his spirit.
| The unenterprising business man
feels all the more keenly the need of
assistance from those who can make
| .ip for his failing. Force, pushing,
' dynamic qualities are everywhere in
| eager demand, while tho dwadling, in-
competent, unprogressive wait in vain
(re a start for promotion.
Two tnousand tons of ore per week
iyc being- shipped out of the Tonopaf
| region.

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