The Tahlequah Arrow. (Tahlequah, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, September 18, 1908 Page: 2 of 8
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THK ARROW. TAHLEQUAH. OKLAHOMA,
LOCAL NEWS NOTES.
Pryor Creek in to have « new ♦".in. ISev-
50 school building.
Two nice business lots for sale. < n
Muskogee Ave. S*e R. 1?. Bean.
We want to show yon our line of
Shoes. Adair-Wilson Mercantile Co.
KxHtnine our line of shoes, none eijtinl
in fit and durability. Adair \\ ilsoti
Try our fouutaia for one of the
coolest and l e>.* drink* in town. J. W
Work on the Haynes oil well at Terl-
ton is progressing rapidly and is now
down about 900 feet.
When 1 say our suits are made to
order I luean it, a |>erfect fit guaran-
teed or no pay. H. H. Green.
It uielts in your month, and its the
best 111 Tahlequah. We mean our ice
cream. All flavors .1 W. Sutton,
It will pay you to see H. H. Oreen
if yon want a perfect tilting, made to-
order suit. We take your measure and
have them made t>> tit you.
Be sure and see J. 1). Ward liefore
selling your land west of the Grand
river. Office at National hotel, renini ti
or write hiin at Collinsville. Okla.
The summer encampment of the Ad
ventists held near Enid closed with the
baptism of NT converts. Plans wer*
made for several district meeting this
Dispensary is a good thing, if you dis-
pense the kinds of drinks we do. They
are the kind that invigorate and re-
fresh. l-et ns mix you one. J. W.
The second county seat election in
Cimarron county has resulted in a vic-
tory for Boise City, which won by
over Robdy. Both of those towns have
been started since statehood.
Ed. W. Bl.ike. M. D.. office in Stapler
building. Diseases of the eye, ear, nose
and throat and tiiting of glasses a
specialty. Office hours from 10 to 12
a. in., and 2 to 5 p. in.
We can please you with our offering
of matting and linoleum. Many
beautiful patterns to select from, and
the price makes every piece a bargain.
Come and see. F. W. Palmtag.
The controversy between the com-
missioners of Nowata County and the
Prairie Oil and Gas Co.. regarding the
laying of pipe lines in the county, has
been settled and will have the line
down within thirty days.
O. M, MICHEXER
Manager Stewart, of the Prarie Oil j WORST FOES OF THE
Co., nt Nov ita. declared the cotnpa |
ny's lliifs w<>nld take 18.1.000 additonal | Source* of Danger to the Artificial
LEVEES. | j* *
Fine Watch and Clock Repairing
FRESH EVERY DAY
Clean and wholesome.
Banquet orders receive
prompt attention. We
close Sundays. Phone 13
i HOME BAKERY
KILL the COUCH
and CURE the LUNCS
w,th Dr. King's
AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES.
OR MONEY RF^U^TIED.
barrels of oil |**r day within 90 days,
and full production before January 1st.
This means an increase tor there alone
of $55,000 j>er day.
If you are a sufferer from that most
dUtri using tfllicllon, pi If a, anil li*ve
tried many remedies without being
b neHtt"d «,• csn safely fay that
ManZin Pile It <oiedy will bring relief
with the tir-t application. S>ld by Crew
Bros. Drug Sv.ire,
Guy V. Ferguson, of the Grand Ave-
nue hotel. Oklahoma City, and J.J.
0 Ronrke. of the lone, Guthrie, will
represent the Hotel Men's Association
in a conference with Attorney General
West regarding hotel regulations pro
vided in Mie new law.
J. C. Goodwin, of lleldsville, N. C.,
says: ' Bucklen.s Arnica Silve is a
sure enough koocker for ulcers. A had
one came on my leg lust summer, but
that wonderful salve knocked it out In
a few rounds. Not even a scar re-
mained. "Guaranteed for |) iles, sores,
burns etc. "J5\ at Crew Bros', drug
The Oklahoma Graduate Nurse's
sociation was organized at Oklahoma
City last week, and officers elected at
a meeting attended by representatives
from many parts of the state. The
officers are: Miss Roe L. Dessell. Okla
homa City, president; Miss Martha
Randell. Oklahoma City, saeretary;
Miss F. B. Weir, Oklahoma City,
Wood's I,!ver Medicine in liquid
forin for malaria, chills and fever, reg-
ulates the liver, kidneys and bladder,
brings quick relief to biliousness, sick-
headacke, constipation. Pleasant, to
take. The $1.00 bottle contains 2 1-2
times the quantity of the 50c size
First dos; brings rel'ef. Us tonic
effects felt at ouce. Solb by Crew
Itros. Drug Store.
The first official act of the new par-
don board was the refusal to consider
the application of D. A. Mason, of
Pontotoc county, in jail ou the charge
of disposing. Ilis sentence is thirty
days The board also took up the ap-
plication for pardon of C. O. Graves,
of Washington county, serving a ten
vear's sentence at Lansing for man-
Kodol wfll, without doubt, make
your stomach strong and will almost
instantly releive you of all the symp-
toms of Indigestion, It will be this
because It is made up of the natural
dlgfs'.We juices of the stomach so
combined that It completely digests
the food just as the stomach will do
It, so you see Kodol can't fail to hilp
you and help you promptly. It is sold
here by Crew Bros', druggist..
There is limestone in all parts of
Oklahoma except in the Redbeds re-
gion in the Central and Western part of
the state, and near the limestone there
is plenty of clay for the manufacture
or Portland cement. Some day Okla-
homa will manufacture her own ce-
ment and stop paying tributes to other
states. The parties sent out by the
Geological survey have been at work
looking up the limestone and clays.
Kodol will in a very short time,
enable the stomach to do the work it
should do, and the work it should do
Is to digest all the food you eat. When
the stomach can't do it Kodel does
it for it and In the meantime the
1 stomach is getting stronger and able
to take up its regular natural work
again. Kodol digests all you eat. It
makes the stomach sweet and it is
pleasant to take It is sold here by
Gypsum is found in every county in
Western Oklahoma. A report sub-
mitted three years ago by the Okla
homa Geological Survey estimated that
the amount of material in the territory
would approximate 113,300,000 tons.
There are eight plaster mills in oper
ations in Oklahoma at the present time,
but no data as to the amount of mater-
ial manufactured are available. The
location of the deposits has been inves-
tigated the past summer by the survey
and reports will be written on the sub-
When you have a cold you may be
I sure that It has been caused indirectly
j by constipation and consequently you
i must first ff all take something to
j move the bowels. This is
! what has made Kennedy's Laxative
| Cough Syrup so succossful and so gen-
i erally demanded. Ft does not consti-
pate like most of the old fashioned
cough cures, but on the othar hand
; it gently moves the bowels and at the
j same time heals irritatiou and allays
| Inflamation of the throat. Sold by
Banks Along the Mississippi.
"People who know little about our
system of levees, the artiflc'al hanks
built to confine the flood waters that
pour Into the Mississippi, no doubt
Imagine that the heavy rains are the
only enemy with which the levees
have to contend," said D. J. Gerry of
Baton Kongo, La.
"On the contrary, the levees, both
during times of tlood and low water,
are subject to the incessant attacks
of living foes, the destructive work
of which costs millions of dollars.
These foes are alligators, turtles,
muskrats. field rats, fresh water terra-
pin and crowfish. Of all these bur-
rowers that prey on the levees, ex-
cavating within them goodly chambers
or tunnels, the crawfish do the most
damage, with the turtles and terrapins
a good second. The harm done by the
alligators is comparatively small.
"In repairing the banks crawfish
holes are often found of immense size.
It Is these hollow spaces that in time
of freshets cause a caving in and
break of the levees, which of course,
brings on an Inundation of all the ad-
jacent country. The worst part of the
business is that no way of exterminat-
ing these pests has yet been found,
and the only thing to be done is to
try to keep them away from the banks
as much as possible."
Are you just barely geitlnj? around
by the id of crutch'es or a cane? Un-
less you have lost a limb or have a de-
formitj—if jour trouble is rheuma-
tism, lumbago, sprain, stiff ji ints, or
anything of like nature use lUllard's
Snow Liniment and in i o time you can
throw away your crutches and be as
well as miyone, Price 25c, 50c, and
SI 00 !?old by Crew Bros.
A Mounted Nurse Corps.
The American navy has been given
its female nurse corps by act of the re-
cent congress, but now Great Britain
goes us one better by proposing for
its army a mounted nurse corps. Ac-
cording to the Inter-Ocean there is
now in existence a company of young
women which has been trained by a
veteran officer and will be ready for
the test. The Islington Drill Brigade
Girls' Yeomanry, they are called, and
now are five-and-twenty strong and
efficient riders. The girls wear the or-
dioary military rank badges surmount-
ed by a spur and crossed whips. One
had the crossed (lags of a signaler.
The uniforms consist of a red tunic
blouse, with a blue skirt with white
braiding round the bottom; white
gauntlets, black leggings, and a yellow
sash. A red slid blue field service cap
is worn with, a chin-strap. Riding
whins are carried.
Work Properly and Promptly Done.
C. A. Goff, Cherokee Drug Store |
TV 1 i
If you want to sell or lease your land
see me. I will buy or lease your land
no matter where it is located. If you
have already leased, -I will buy yoru
royalty. :: :: ::
Good prices, No delay.
— Office Tahlequah Water Co.,Phone No. 20
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V PROMPT DELIVERY.
CITY MEAT MARKET
All kinds of Fresh and cured meats.
Your patronage solicited. One block
north of Lawrence-Wyly Co.
)• K. MILLER. J. T. BLAIR.
5 • :•*«
To He Happy
you must have good health. You
can't have good health if your liver
is nit doing it's duty—3low but sure
poisoning is going on all the time
under such circumstances, iiillard's
Ilerbine makes a perfectly healthy
liver—ieeps the stomache and bowels
right and acts as a tonic on the entire
system. Sold by Crew lt'os.
Reviving Old Industries.
Several American women who have
married Into Knglish families are
seeking to revive decaying Industries
In their parts of the country. The
duchess of Koxeburghe Is supp^ting
the Scotch plaid industries; Lady Suf-
folk is turning Malmesbury Into a
lace-making town; lace and fine linen
industries In Italy have been revived
by Marchess de Vita, who was Miss
Dunham, and she will have a sale in
London very soon.
To My Farmer Friends
I want to call >;our attention to my line of Harness and
Supplies. If any part of your harness needs repairing
or you need any new parts I can make them, and I
guarantee satisfaction or your money back. Only the
best of leather used, and as I do the work myself you
can save money by buying from me. My prices are
cheaper for the same grade of goods than any house in
town because I deal exclusively in this line, of goods.
Collar Pads. Reins, Bridles, Halters, Buckles, Saddle
Blankets, Whips, Spurs, in fact a full line of everything
carried by a first class Saddle Shop. Come and see
me if you need anything in my line and I will save you
money. On Main Street, next door to Herald office.
Thomas T. Ghormley,
Saddle and Harness Maker
II*ve \oiu IStftby
Then watch it closely. Above all
things do'nt let it sutTsr for auy length
of time with worms—that is fatal, If
it's complexion gets yellow and pasty,
if It is listless, cross or peevish, gets
thin, suffers with flatulence give it
White'- Oeirn V T,r.ifnjf«. The only
cure that never fails and has no bad
effect. Sold by Crew Rros' drug store.
Officer* Are Investigated.
While swimming in the Arkansas
river, near Ralston, a number of boys
diseoverd some object tied up in a [
yellow slip lodged against some drift-1
wood. An investigation proved it to
be the corpse of an iu.'ant. The officers
It Kuorkn MmImMh Out
The old reliable Cheatham's Chilli
Tonic cures quicker and more per- i
manently than any other remedy, j
One bottle is guaranteed to cure auy |
one case. You can't lose. Trv It.
J. HENRY DICK
Tahlequah, = Oklahoma
Will sell you land in Oklahoma, South-
west and Western Texas or Old Mexico
30 days' treatment for $1.00. Satisfaction
guaranteed or money refunded.
SOLD BY CREW BROTHERS,-DRUGGISTS^
For the Kidneys, Bladder
true nunrmonw Mm4
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