Pauls Valley Democrat. (Pauls Valley, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 1, 1906 Page: 2 of 16
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JUDGGE BURWELL DENIES PRE
EMPTORY WRIT IN MANDAM-
US NOMINATION CASES
THIS CASE WAS HOTLY COTESTED
Statutes Declares that Petition Musi
Contain Name, Residence, Post-
office Address and Quali-
fication of Petitioner
OKLAHOMA CITY: Sitting in
chambers hero Associate JHstice B.
P. Burwell denied the pre-emptory
writ of mandamus brought by A. H.
Griffith, et al, to compel the board of
election commissioners, consisting of
Goveronr Frantz, S. D. Burke and J.
11. Norris to place the name of Kev.
E. O. Whltewall upon the election
ballots as the Independent candidate
In the Twenty-eighth constitutional
As associate justice Judge Burwell
also denied the writ of mandamus
brought by J. 10. I)lsch of the Twenty-
fifth district; John P. llllby, of the
Twenty-second; Ira Holbrook of the
Twenty-sixth and Aaron Feegan et al,
in behalf of Robert Chowning in the
Iu the case of Rev. Holbrook It
was held that the petition filed with
the board failed to state the residence
of the candidate or the qualifications
to hold office and also failed to give
the postofflce address o£ the petition-
ers. The same decision was held to
affect the mandamus proceedings of
J. E. I)isch andjii the case of John
F. Hilby it was held that the petition
failed to state that the candidate
was qualified to hold office.
The decision Of Judge Burwell In
the case pending/is Important because
of the wide interest in the outcome of
the mandamus proceedings instituted
hero and in other parts of the terri-
tory. In support of his decision
Judge Burwell read section 10 of ar-
ticle 1 of chapter 17 of the session
laws of Oklahoma of 1005, a portion of
which is as follows: "Tho signature
of such petitioners'need not be ap-
pended to the ono paper, but no pe-
titioner shall be counted except his
residence and pg^toffice address be
designated. Such' petition shall state
the name and residence of each of
such candidates, that he is legally
qualified to hold such office, that the
subscribers desire and are legally
qualified to vote £*r- such' candidate;
and may designate a brief name or
title for the party or principle which
such candidate .represents, together
with any simple fljyire or device by
which they may be designated on tho
The petition was held to be lacking
in one requirement in that it failed to
state by express language or by impli-
cation the residence of the candidate.
ITS LEGISLATIVE NEEDS.
Territory Committee Will Present
Them to Senatorial Committee.
MUSKGOEE: The Commercial
Club of Ardmore has asked the com-
mercial clubs of Muskogee, McAles-
ter, Tulsa and other largo towns to
appoint committees to meet for a con-
ference to agree on a plan of pre-
senting to the committee of United
States senators who will be here next
month a definite statement of what
is demanded in the way of legisla-
tion by the business interests of "The
The points more especially at Is
sue are the removal of restrictions
on Indian lands and the disposition
of the coal lands of the Choctaw and
Chickasaw nations, as well as some
legislation that will straighten out
present difficulties in the matter oi
passing titles and getting patents do-
ll vered to Indians.
TAFT AT FORT SILL.
SAVED BABY LYON'S LIFE.
Awful Si^ht from That Dreadful Com-
plaint, Infantile Eczema—Mother
Praises Cuticura Rerredics.
"Our baby had that dreadful com-
plaint, infantile Eczema, which afilict-
ed him for several months, commenc-
ing at the top of his head, and at last
covering his whole body. His suffer-
ings were untold and constant misery,
In fact, there was nothing we would
not have done to have given him re-
lief. We finally procured a full set of
the Cuticura Remedies, and in about
three or four days he began to show a
brighter spirit and really laughed, for
tho first time in a year. In about
ninety days he was fully recovered.
Praise for the Cuticura Remedies has
always been our greatest pleasure,
and there is nothing too good that we
could say in their favor, for they cer-
tainly saved our baby's life, for he
was the most awful sight that I ever
beheld, prior to the treatment of the
Cuticura Remedies Mrs. Maebelle
Lyon, 1S2G Appleton Ave., Parsons,
Kan., July 18, 190." ."
First Persian Parliament.
The members of the new Persian
parliament will be elected by the
agesvotes of all male Persians between
the ages of 30 and 70 who are able to
read and write, are not in the service
of the state, and have not been con-
victed of crime.
G. \V. Farlowe, East Florence, Ala.,
writes: "For nearly seven years I
was afflicted with a form of skin dis-
ease which caused an almost unbear-
able itching. I could neither work, rest
or sleep in peace. Nothing gave me per-
manent relief until I tried Hunt's
Cure. One application relieved me;
one box cured me, and though a year
lias rassed, I have stayed cured. 1 am
grateful beyond expression."
Hunt's Cure is a guaranteed remedy
for all Itching diseases of the skin.
A Strange Awakening.
Senator Bailey, of Texas, in describ-
ing a terrific fight that he had once
seen on tho streets of New York, said
that the hubbub and confusion remind-
ed him of an episode that happened
on a train.
"On a certain train," he said, "a
-very large, muscular man fell asleep,
and annoyed all the passengers by
snoring tremcdously. A drummer,
carrying half a lemon in his hand,
tiptoed over to a little boy who sat
behind the snorer.
" 'Lion,' said the drummer, 'I am a
doctor, and if that man doesn't stop
snoring he'll die of apoplexy. Watch
your chance, and as soon as his
mou h opens a little wider, lean over
and squeeze this lemon into it.'
"The boy obeyed."
We offer Or.e llnndrc l J) >l!r rs Howard for any
• of < itarrh that er.auot bo cur^i by llail'a
< uarrh C ure.
F. .T. CTIEXSY A CO., Toledo. O.
Vfe, t'10 Mnderalfjiicil, l ave known r. Cheney
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i cairjr out .11j obll isMona luftde i>y bit flriu.
W ALU! N'i. F. 1 N N A '.i A: M A It V IN,
Wholesale Dru^jfUu, Toledo. O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure U taken Internally, acting
I'.vrtly up"ti the V d and riucous Hurffuca <>i the
ram. 'IV tlmonl'"? aeot free, l'rlco 73 conu per
. 'tie. S >••! I v ',l Drn'rplar*.
Take Hub's Family P.11 r constipation.
Women Have Pet Snaket.
A great many snakes are imported
into England. There is a brisk de-
mand for snake pets anions rich
lajies. It's a funny kind of pet, per-
haps, but they seem to like them, and
get quite fond of them, 1 suppose
it's because ladies nowadays lute the
unusual. Of course, these pet snakes
are all lionpoisouous.—London Morn-
Net "Just as Good"—It's the Best.
One box of Hunt's Cure is unfailing-
1 !y, unqualifiedly and absolutely guar-
| anteed to cure any form of Skin Dls-
| ease. It is particularly active in
I promptly relieving and permanently
| curing all forms of Itching known.
Eczema, Tetter, Ringworm and all
! similar troubles are relieved by one
! application; cured by one box.
Visit of Secretary of War Arouses
Much Interest in Southwest.
LAWTON: Secretary Taft of the
war department wfll be at Fort Sill
in the near future to look over the
situation relative ti) making the post
a brigade. It was.in the early sum-
mer that he and PVesident Roosevelt
while at Oyster Bay decided to es-
tablish eight brigade posts, abandon
a large number of.the smaller forts
and concentrate tire forces in larger
bodies. At that time Fort Sill was
considered to be one of the most ap-
propriate points in the union for a
brigade post, and it was so designat-
ed. But some one put in a complaint
against the fort, saying that the water
supply was very limited and would not
be sufficient for the. enlargement that
was contemplated. Experts in that
line were sent to Fort Sill In the
fall to investigate fhe source of the
water supply on the military reser-
vation that could be used at the post
proper. When these reports were
compiled and sent to Washington with
a number of vessels containing sam-
ples of the water the report came
back that the quality of the water
was unsurpassed and that the quan-
tity was all that would be required
Wrought Iron Wardrobes.
A German firm is achieving success
In the sale of wrought Iron wardrobes.
They are supplied in four different
sizes. The great advantages the ward-
robe possesses are extreme durability,
convenient ventilation and cleaning,
and easy of transportation. The door
is made of wire netting, and as the
top slopes obliquely tho contents aro
visible at all times.
Laundry work at home would bs
much more satisfactory if the right
Starch were used. In order to get tho
desired stiffness, It is usually neces-
sary to use so much starch that the
beauty and fineness of the fabric is
hidden behind a paste of varying
thickness, which not only destroys tho
appearance, but also affects the wear-
ing quality of the goods. This trouble
can be entirely overcome by using De-
fiance Starch, as it can he applied
much more thinly because of its great-
er strength than other makes.
SAVED THE CUSTOMER TROUBLE
Neat Way Waiter Secured Tip from
There is a waiter in a Washington
cafe, who Is the acme of po''.te atten-
tion, endeavoring iu every way to
save his customers trouble. The oth-
er day a man came in who was sized
up by John as probably a "little
close," but the service was fully up to
the standard. The bill came to 80
cents, and the man handed over a
John then proceeded to help the
man into his coat.
"Where's my change?" the custom-
"Change, sah? Dar ain't none—dat
was mah tip, tank yo', sah!" John said
with a bow.
"But I hadn't given it to you," the
"Ob course not, sah. Ah wouldn't
'low yo' ter go ter all dat trouble,
sah!" John said, with another bow,
and the man went out, looking a trifle
* The pupi'
Infant Trained to Steal.
A woman has been arrested in Paris
. carrying in her arms a four-year-old
| child which has been trained to snatch
watches and scarfpins as its mother
j carried it through tho streets. The
infant was seen to grab two watches
) and seven pins in less than half an
Starch, like everything else, is bs-
I ing constantly improved, the patent
| Starches put on the market 25 years
ago are very different and inferior to
' those of the present day. In the lat-
est discovery—Defiance Starch—all in-
1 jurious chemicals are omitted, while
the addition of another ingre lient, in-
i vented by us, gives to the Starch a
! strength and smoothness never ap-
proached by other brands.
Jacob Stadfeldt, for more than BO
years in the employ of the San Fran-
cisco mint, has resigned. He received
the highest salary of any mint em-
ploy in the glvernment service.
Written by Woman-Hater.
Women may be outspoken, but they
are never out-talked.
W. P.. DOUGLAS
BEST IN THE WORLD
W.LDouglas $4 Gilt Edja lira
To Shoe P'alert:
W. I* Doughs' Job-
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couiplcto In thlseountry
Send for CataloQ
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SHOES FOR EVERYBODY AT ALL PRICfctf.
Men's Sho«s, $5 to $l.BO. B<->ya' Shoes. $3
%o$1.2S. Women's Btaoc*. $4 CO to $1.50.
Miasma' St Children's Slioos, $2.25 to $1.00.
Try \V. I,. l>oii£lus "\Vwiu«*u'b, MUhcs nnd
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tlioy fxcol other makes.
If I could take you Into my large
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why they tiold thoir shape, fit better,
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Fust Color tueletn use</; they will I9$ar brassy.
Write for Illustrated Catalog of Fall Styles.
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Over 200,000 American
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churches and schools convenient; markets easy
of access. Taxes low.
For advice and information address the Super-
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anv au«hoT'*rd Canadian Government A rent.
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