Luther Register. (Luther, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 29, Ed. 1 Friday, February 14, 1908 Page: 3 of 8
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THE TIME TEST.
NEW STATE NEWS
Municipal taxes assessed in certain
towns and cities of the Indian Ter-
ritory before statehood are eirected
by the recent legislative act extend-
ing the time of payment of taxes due
December 15, 1907, according to an
opinion from the attorney general.
Records In the office of fhe county
superintendent show that of the thirty
nehool districts included in that por-
tion of Tillman county which was
formerly a part of the big pasture,
twenty-five have organized schools
and fifteen have erected school build-
ings. This is done without a school
Hearty white laborers engaged in Jig-
ging a sewer in EI Reno quit work
because the contractor sent a number
of negroes into the ditch to work
with them.' The contractors were
called upon to take the negroes
away, but refused.
Tnat It What Prove* True Merit.
Doan'g Kidney Pills bring the quick-
est of relief from backache and kid-
( ney troubles. Is that
I relief lasting? Let
Mrs. James M. Long,
of 113 Augusta St.,
Staunton. Va.. tell
you. OnJanuary 31st,
1903, Mrs. I^ong
wrote: "Doan's Kid-
ney Pills have cured
me" (of pain in the
back, urinary trou-
bles, bearing down sensations, etc.)
On June 20th, 1907, four and one-half
years later, she said: "I haven't had
kidney trouble since. I repeat my
Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
F^>ster-Milbnrn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
ANOTHER NARROW-MINDED MAN.
Morris, a town twelve miles north
of Okmulgee, is a candidate for the
oounty seat honors of Okmulgee
county. The town has offered to
donate a site and erect a 120,000
Imiltling if the county seat could be
locked there permanently.
Congressman Ferris of Oklahoma 1*
not satisfied with the limitations in
the government's bill to remove re-
strictions from the sale of Indian
larfas. He has introduced a bill to
remove the restrictions on all lands
except the homesteads of the full
Millions In Oats and Barley.
Nothing will pay you better for 1908 j
thnn to tow a plenty of big yielding o.its
ami barley with (Hits at 40c to 50c a liu. !
! rSibe'r's new Emperor William Oats av- I
! craged 50 bu. per acre more than nnv ,
other variety in 1907) would pay imntcnw- !
ly while Salzer'n Silver King I tar ley which i
proved itself the biggest vielder at the
Wisconsin Agricultural Station during
1907 if you had planted 50 acres would i
have given you in 190" just $3,300.00 on 50
actes It is an enormous yielder.
JUST SKNU THIS NOTICE AND IOC
to the John A. Salzcr Seed Co., La '
' Crosse. Wis., and we will mail you the
'■ only original seed catalog published in
America with samples of Emperor Wil-
liam Oats, Silver King Barley, Billion Dol- J
lar Grass which produces 12 tons per acre.
\ Sainfoin the dry soil luxuriator, etc., etc.. I
j and if you send 14c we add a package of j
new farm seeds never before seen by you. |
T<ong Winded Orator (lowering his
voice to an impressive whisper) —
"Have you ever, O, my friends, al-
lowed yourselves to wonder where you
will be and what you will be doing
when another century shall have rolled
Wearied Auditor (In an equally im-
pressive whisper)—"Yes—we'll still j
be here waiting for you to finish your !
Important to Mothers.
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA a safe and sure remedy for
Infants and children, and see that it
Getting Down to Fact*.
"In your opinion," asked the mem-
ber of the investigating committee,
"what is the cause of the evident un-
rest among the Indians?"
Comanche Pete, the noted scout,
blew a cloud of smoke into the atmoB-
Then he took his pipe out of his
"Fleas," he answered.
With a smooth Iron and Defiance
Starch, you can launder your shirt-
waist just as well at home as the
steam laundry can; it will have the
proper stiffness and finish, there will
be less wear and tear of the goods,
and it will be a positive pleasure to
use a Starch that does not stick to the
True life should bo a perpetual
climbing upward. We should put our
faults under our feet, and make them
steps on which to lift ourselves dally
a little higher.—J. R. Miller.
VEI.I.OW CI.OT1IES AH1C IJNSIGHT1.Y.
Keep them white with Red Cross Ball Blue.
All grocers sell large 2 oz. package, 5 cents.
The fox may lose his hair, but not
Hooper's Tetter Cure
(Don't Scratch) Is sold by
everywhere on a poTTtivs
Suarantee to cure Dan
ruff and all Scalp
Troubles, Tetter, Ecze-
ma, Itch, Ringworm.
Face and Hands, Pim-
Eies, Itching Piles, Sore,
weaty. Blistered Feet,
Cuts, snd all Irritations
of the Skin. Does not
stain, grease or blister.
Two Sizes, 50c and
$1.00 bottles. Trial
Size 10c. Mailed direct,
on receipt of price.
HOOPER MEDICINE CO., lallu, lull.
Q PC ft C 4re kiml y°° <*nda-
wLkllO l" on- ( 'atalom*nil
J. J. N. fittMU I Son. Mmwhiii. Mm.'
If Interested In poultry, write for oar new boohlil
20 Years with Poultry
Illustrated. Brimful of facta and ap-to data tdeaa reir
fite advanced poultry ralnor Mil!
«au . U. UUt to., Omaha, Net*.
- uther «tan li"« only 12 ounru—MDB prlca u)4
"DIFIANCE" 18 SUPERIOR QUALITY.
The comptroller of the currency
ha* issued a certificate authorizing
the, Eastman National bank of New-
kirk to commence business, with a
eapjtal stock of 550,000. This is a
eoffliersion ef the Bank of Santa Fe,
De Quiz—What do you call good
De Whiz—Weather cold enongh to
make a man's wife think her own fire-
side a better place than a matinee.
SHE COULD NOT WALK
Halving failed collectively to get an
on the deficiency bill to pay the
cost of the Oklahoma consti-
(ihal convention the Oklahoma
pressmen have now taken another
They have each iatrodiiced a
te appropriate the money direct.
Davenport was the last to get in a
bill. It calls for J214.33&.2K.
There has bee« approved to the
of Oklahoma indemnity school
lang selections made by the territory
of Oklahoma, aggregating 9,39 ..03
acr^ as per clear list No. 12. The
apiOTVed lands lie within the Wood-
ward land district.
TJie next big Indian payment to be
nia^e to the five civilized tribes mn
be "about $306,000 to the owners of
improvements on the segregated coal j
la if si in the Choctaw nation. The
schedule shows over 400 owners of
hum improvements which will net
IhriHi individually about 1750. In ad
dition to this they get regular allot-
ments elsewhere in the nation.
Secretary of the Interior Garfield
reqrimmends that congress give him
autaprity to make a ver capita dis- I
tritjuUon of tribal funds to the Sac i
ami Fox Indians of Oklahoma. He I
alsd asks permission to make a per
caffita distribution of $201 to each j
Kiowa Indian in Kansas and $547 t® j
eaejti member of that tribe in Okla- i
hoiiia. He says that this will equal- j
ize their payments and will wind up j
a tribal trust fund of about $93,000.
Senator Gore of Oklahoma has In- ;
troduced several bills in congress j
that are of interest to hia state. One |
directs the department of justice to
give the federal jail at Vinita to j
Craig county. Another asks for a
survey of the Washita river with a
viejv of putting it in naviagable con- ]
£ it-ion. Another appropriates $100,- j
000 for a public building at Bartles- I
vil'e and $300,000 for a building at I
Shawnee. The other authorizes the |
government to sell a half section of j
Indian school adjoining Lawton on
the north to be used as a townsits j
Representatives of six mutual fire
insurance companies met in Guthrie j
H.st week and organized the Oklaho-
ma State Association of Mutual Fire i
Kangaroo courts held by prisoners J
in the Lincoln county jail were the I
subject of part of Judge Maben's
charge to the grand jury. He de- i
plored the practice and asked that it j
For M«nths--Burning Humsrsn Ankles
—Opiates Alone Brought Slsep
—Eczema Yielded ts Cuticura.
"I had eczenaa for over two years.
I had two physicians, hut they only
Save me relief for a short time aad I
cannot enumerate the ointments and
Iotioaa I used to no purpose. My ank-
les were one mass of uteres. The itch-
in; and burning were se Istense that
I could net sleep. I could aot walk for
nearly four months. One day my hus-
band said I had better try the Cuticura
Rnroedies. After using these three
times 1 had the beettjUghfs" rest in j
months unless I took aa opiate. I
used one set of Cntic'urii Soap, Oint-
ment. and Pills, ami my ankles healed
in a short time. It is now a year since
I used 0"ticitra, and there has been no 1
retain of tip eczema. Mrs. David
Brown. Locl^e, Ark., May II and July
13, 1S 7."
AS YET UNKNOWN TO FAME.
Can Any One Place This Quotation
Louis Jones of the Grand opera j
house had the blues. His brother, a
colored man, usually in good humor,
had 'em, too. Neither knew just why
he had 'em, but they had 'em just the |
same. They talked of the weather,
the times and a dozen other gloomy
subjects. There was nothing sunny
in the soul of a patron or a barber.
Finally both sighed in concert and a
silence fell over the shop—yes, over a
barber shop. The colored man was
the first to speak. After several mo-
ments of silence he gave vent to an-
other sigh and said:
"Well, as de old philosopah says:
'Ef yo' ain't got notliin,' now's yo'
Jones is still wondering who the
philosopher was.—Indianapolis News.
The highest path is pointed out by
the pure ideal of those who look up
to us, and who, if we tread less loftily,
may never look so high again.—Haw-
PILKS CUBED IN 0 TO 14 DAYS.
PA^O OINTMBNT Is guarunt««d to euro any can
of Itchinjr. Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles Id
6 to H days or money refunded. 60c.
Of course there is nothing new un-
der the sun, but almost any druggist
can give you something just as good.
IF VOU USE UAI.I, BLUE,
Get Red Cross Ball IJIue. the best Ball
Ulue. Large 2 oz. package only 5 cents.
.—: . l .
A man's ideal woman is one kind of
a pipe dream.
Fn tTse For Over .'JO Years.
The Kind You Have Always Bought. !
The Sphinx was asking a riddle.
"Why does a man in love always I
j want to call a 200-pound maiden his !
j 'little girl?' "
With one aeord they gave it up.
i The season of coughs and colds is
! not yet past—they will be prevalent
; for some months to come. Do not
neglect or experiment with them. Use
j the safe and sure remedy-—Simmons'
1 Cough Syrup. It heals the soreness
and stops the cough.
Making things appear to prove what |
; we want them to prove. Is one way: j
heving them prove what they do .
prove is another way.
When Your Throat Feels Sore
get a 25c box of Brown's Bronchial
Trochee. They give immediate relief. >
Contain nothing injurious
| STIFF, YES?
WET AND DAMP CAUSE
COLD IN THE JOINTS
1ST JACOBS OIL
TAKES OUT THE PAIN AT
ONCE, REMOVES THE STIFF-
NESS. PREVENTS ITS
RETURN. TOO. FINE FOR
BRUISES, SPRAINS AND
Price 25c and 50c.
Don't Be a Slave
The best swimmer is the first to
Una. TI Inflow's Syrup.
Fer rhlldrcM teetltlne, wofieus the jrn;u«. reduces 1m
lAMRifttiea.aHajif>ehi,cured *la«ieel!c. 'jftca hoitla
Asa man dresses so he is esteemed.
Go Where Labor is Light, Returns Large
and Sure and Life is Worth Living.
South Texas Offers the Homeseeker the
Opportunity He Ever Had to Quickly
Acquire a Competence.
10 to 640 Acres of the Best Land the Sun Ever Shone On and Two Town
Lots for $210 Payable $10 a Month Without Interest.
Positively cured by
thea* Little Fills.
Thejp aleo relieve Dis-
tress from DyapepHia, In-
rtifef.Mtiun and Too Ilejy.ty
Eating. A perfect rem-
edy for Diaziuena, N&u*
*ea, DrowRluesN, Bad
Taste in the Mouth, Coat-
ed Tongue, Pain in the
Hide, TORPID LIVER.
Hrownwoo<l, Te*na, April 26, 1907.
T)r. C. F. Simmon*, San Antonio. lYxas.
Pear Sir: This is to certify that I have visited the country knows as
the Simmons Ranch in Atascosa County, Texas, aiul am favorably im-
pressed with the outlook there. The laml is a deep loam soil with a elav
foundation and is very fertile. The water and the climate eannot be excelled.
it is a good place for an investment. 1 can truthfully say it is just aa
represented by Dr. Simmons. Respectfully,
Investigate this before it is too late. Write today for literature, book of view*
cI the ranch snd name of the nearest agent.
DR. C. F. SIMMONS, -
215 Alamo Plaza, SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS.
.Ord bo handled Terr easily. The nick are cured, and all other* In
unme ntahlo. no matter how "eiinwied,"kept from having the dl*
teaae. hy u Jug HfoilNt* l.iyulo blHTKMrEH CUHK. UWe on
'the toMtfuo.or lu ft-ed. Arts on the blood and eipei* gnrma of
all formu of di«tem| er. Ik*t remedy ever known for maren In foal.
■ . One bottle iruaranteed to cure one rane. 60c an^ ll a bottle; IS and
I I lio dozen ordruKKM" and huineto* dealcni. or Kent expreaa i>ald br
I, / manufacturer*. Cut shown how to |>oaltlee throats. Oar fr*t.
t booklet tflvea everything. I-ocal atrento wanted. Largest gelling
. horue remedy In ti lvtenob—twelve yearn.
SPOHN MEDICAL CO., Qoshcn, Ind., U. 8. A.
I'hey regulate the Bowels. Purely Vegetable.
SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE.
Genuine Must Bear
«>r !lnontiiis and 10 days4 treatment KKKK
Dli. ii. ii. UKKKN-S gdkm. Dcfi U. AiT* xta, Ga
.. , . _ ~ _ - Bold hy the best shoe dealersVverywheroT" Bhoes'inaUedTfrom factory to any pert of the wwrJxL lilua-
W. N. U., Oklahoma City, No. 7, 1908. trated Tat* log free to any addreaa. W. L . DOlJCil'AfI, Bi-ockun, M«aa.
„ SHOES AT ALL
. rPRICE9, FOR EVERY
MEMBER OFTHE FAMILY,
MEN, B0Y9, WOMEN, MISSES AND CHILDREN.
W. Lm DougBam makmm and aefla mora
than any oihvr manufacturer in tho ____
worldr bacauaa thay ht>!U their
ahagHf. fit baStar, lvmar Ion (for, and
see or praater valua than any other
4*1 hoe a fn tha world to-day. wl
W. L. Douglas $4 tral $5 Gilt Edge Shoes Cannot Be Equalled At Any Price
„oar €1 Alt'rioV. W. T Dontclaa name and price la atamped on bottom. Tnlte Bfo Mabatltute.
The ruling of Attorney GenerBl
We«l that in order to be legal all
physicians must re-register by the
11th of February, caused more tliac
1.800 certificates to be issued by the
state examining board.
For the purpose of securing a
baseball franchises in the Western
Association Enid has raised $5,000
and can get more if it is necessary
and possible for her to enter that as-
The Chambers of Commerce of
Shawnee and Tecumseh have per-
fected arrangements for a fair as-
sociation with a capital gteck of $50,-
000 jind to be be known as the Shaw-
nee Central State Fail Assooiatioa.
When you need a medicine for women's ills, we urge you earnestly to take Car-
dui. Cardui is a woman's medicine. It is not for men, but only for such women as
suffer from the ills peculiar to women. Therefore, you should take *
Wine of Cardui .
if sick, because it has helped others who suffered as you do. Mrs. Bettie Arp, of
Menlo, Ga.,.writes: j "I was troubled with female complaint fair twelve months. The
doctors treated me, but did me little good, so I took Cardui, and it saved my life."
WRITE FOR FREE BOOK praraui.' L^"« ,nAdvl
Book for Wemen, clTtos •ymntoma, canto, home treatment and
exercUM, ctc. Sent fr.e on request In plain wrapper, by mail
iiv. Kut UII i«>4ucai ui |iiuu wia^|w. vj I
i* Advisory D*pt, The Chattanooga Medicine Co. Chattanooga, Taao.
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