The Calumet Chieftain (Calumet, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 9, 1919 Page: 2 of 8
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THE CALUMET CHIEFTAIN
• Coughs mid cold* *r weak mil UK.
On rill of I hern u quickly " you
can. falarrh In any form miujh lli«
vitality. Klf.ht It arid HkM It liurd.
•A'js.i* 1m a rcrni'ily to hull* you do It
n mi illrlno of forly-m.-von yuurs
cutahlliihed merit. Try it.
For Catarrh and Catarrhal Condition*
It i>urin«H tho blood. r^tfulatcM the
dltsontlori, uldtt «llrnlnatlon, torn*
up tho n©rv*i centeru iifid ciirrl'H
iH-nlth to nil the mucous lining*.
For the rHlef <>T thonn imliiH in
wtomach ami bowel®, h«l<hlnK. ®our
Htomarh, rheuinutlnm, jisiln® In the
buck, mI 'I<• m /mdloliiM, l'J'J-UU-NA li
PBJ Rp NA mtorei
to healthy ant Ion t he
vital orr'tn® which
nro ho intimately re-
lated to the utrMiKth
nnrl vigor of the na-
There are fourtfpn
ounce® of health kIv-
IriK punch anil i « l>
In every bottle, l'h-
HII - MA 1h it good
medicine to tiave In
Ih • houHo, rawly-to-
lake for emei
II Ih a kooiI remedy
to line any ti trio.
TABLETS OR LIQUID
OKLAHOMA STATE NEWS
HIIADOHH Or (I)MIN(J K V K NTH
Oct. 7 II, A.In Fair.
Oct. lil-Xti. Waukoml® Fair.
Important '.O Nloth&ra
Examine curifully every bottle of
RASTOltIA, that famous old remedy
(or Infants and children, and see that It
In Use for Over .'40 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
iiiu uaiuicui v, . * ••
A Loner's Delusion.
market | Fond Mother—I hope that the young
man never kisses you by surprise.
Iiaughter—No, mother. He only
thinks he does.—Penn State Froth.
Beaufoid Bailey, 20 years old, died
| at McAlester, as the result of lockjaw
I developed from u doK bite on Hept. 15.
Waukomis recently voted $18,000
I for water Improvements which will
provide the town with a waterworks
lyBtem that will take care ol doublo
I the present population Work will
commence on the new system imme-
Jack Berry and J. O. Marsh were
sentenced to serve fifty years at hard |
labor in the stale penitentiary In the
district court at Tulsa by Judge Ited-
mond H Cole. They were convicted
ol robbing rug stores in Tulsa July
21 and 2!i.
Refusing to tamper with the large
bank ol Hillsdale, near ICnid, robbers
lined a heavy Hledge hammer on 27
safely deposit boxes and secured
about $2,0011 worth of Liberty bends.
The door of the vault was melted off (
with a torch.
Forcing an entrance through a brick ;
wall of the vault by means of tools j
stolen from the section house, robbers j
entered the bank of Kremlin twelve [
miles north of ICnid, securing $3,000 '
worth ol' Liberty bonds and a blank j
money order book.
Nearly .'100 automobiles are stolen In
New York city every month.
. To Purify an4 fCnrlrh the Blood
fak* OflOVK'8 TA.STKLE8S 'hill TONIC
irhlch l ■Imply IRON and QUININE «u -
In Syrup. So Fleaaant Kv *n Children
Like It You can soon f«•«;I lis Strengthening,
Invigorating Effect. Price 60c.
It Is said that u full-grown elephant
can carry three tons on Its back.
Knew His Subject.
Two Irish women in the
place of Cork were talking of the new
"Arrnh, Biddy," said one, "did ye
hear him last Sunday when lit
preached on Hell?' " Dont Forget Cutleur. Talcum
"Faith an' I did that same and When adding to your toilet requisites.
sure he might have been born and ; An exquisitely scented face, skin, baby
reared there, so well did he know all
about It."—Boston Transcript.
She Wanted a Brother.
The Nurse—What do you think of
the new baby sister the doctor left for
Little Hisle—I don't blame the doc-
tor for wanting to get rid of it. But
why did he pick on us?
and dusting powder and perfume, ren-
dering other perfumes superfluous.
You may rely on it because one of tha
Cuticura Trio (Soap, Ointment and
Talcum). 25c each everywhere.—Adv.
Plenty of That.
"Is Helen's husband rich?"
"In matrimonial experience;
Ills third wife."
Safety First Music.
"Why do you prefer Ja/. to Ih"
"Hecatise it makes no difference
whether If Is well performed or not If
you don't like It you can dunce and
Rich-Tone Is a friend
of the Weak
"It lias Made Me Strong and Well
Again."— Says J. R. Martinez.
lie writ en i "Hleli-Tone la n wonder-
ful remedy for ! «•« i l«* who are «rnk
/mil ln« kliiK !■ tlli'ir, nml nil fh «r wlio
tlealre to kiiIii ulrfBflli iiimI energy
tahoultl t a Ue thin truly famoiia tonic.
It tin* ghen me perfect health nntl
enreil me or Mlluieut* from which I hud
and £ain new energy
RICH-TON R miikei more red eori m -
elea. cnrlohlu* nod porlf> Ijiu the lilood.
It eontalui nil of the elements flint are
needed mont In mnlotnlnliiM MtrenKlh
m ti ti vigor. Hlch-Tone rentn the tired
uerira, rentorea uppetlte, Induces
hmlthfol aleep—It Khm >011 nil tlioae
thlug* which men ti energy nml well-
ttelutf. tiet 11 bottle todny-—ouly 91.00 at
hII drut ntoren.
A. B. Richards Medicine Co., Sherman, Trxaa
Stock £ Poultry
The old reliable
lor Stock and poultry
Ask your merchant t
JMtrcfuuts • &sk yvurJvbSerit
'jjUamtn >ut See DteJ
Has that good
licorice ins to
Ui'MCV wn.i. ...
IIMt'NT'8 SA1V K f.ll" In tilt
tr* ttuful ITVJl. KlVKMA,
1UNU W OKW.TKTTKR or other
itouina >!!•• «■• rt|M
Tto a( arun«l.t . or direct (r\>:u
ll lltMi M iiiCa Uinulu
During the past six months there
have been over 100 cars stolen from
Knld and nearby towns, and the citi-
zens have taken a hand in the matter
by organizing an Anil Auto Thief As-
I sociallo(i, Willi liugene McKonk as
I president and H. 0. Grassfleld as sec-
Scottish Rite Masons at Guthrie
| conferred the degrees upon J. It. Wll- j
I liamson of Hominy, probably the old- }
i ast man to enter the rite in Oklahoma, j
j Mr. Willianison Is about 79 years old, |
but looks 20 years younger. He is a j
j veteran of the famous Forrest cavalry j
j and has been in the Osage country a j
The right of the Ottawa county
treasurer lo collect $5,000 in taxes
from the Frisco railroad luis been up-
held by the federal court at Muslio-
1 gee. The railroad held that the dls-
| (lilted sum was In excess of the levy.
The rulliiK will provide funds for
! bridge and road work and relieve tho
j county of a big financial burden.
J. R. White and Ray See, bankers,
i nml J It. Hicks, hardware dealer, all
nf Tonkawa, pleaded not guilty when
arraigned before Judge Cot feral at
Oklahoma City In federal Indictments
charging conspiracy in trading with j
Indians. As agents with the title of
"government farmers," the defendants
are involved in five automobile and
three land deals. Their bonds were
fixed at $1000 each.
The present continued dry season!
in Oklahoma has been welcomed by
at least one Industry and that is the
ostrich farm at the 101 Ranch. The
est rich eggs hatch only when such
weather is available and this has
been an ideal season. The ranch man-
agement reported the hatching of sev-
en liahy oslriches, which is a record I
hatch ill the ranch thus far. At tills
lime last year, there was one hatch
Fifty-six criminal cases are set !
down for trial during the October [
term of the Ottawa county court.
W. P. McGinnis, I liited States at-
torney of the Kastern district of Ok- |
lahoma, received word from Attorney ^
General Palmer that Ills resignation
had been accepted and he will be re-
lieved ol his duties October 3t. His
successor lias not been appointed.
\vowed candidates for the place are
C \Y Miller and Archibald Honda of
Muskogee and Carl Monk of McAles-
final action on Oklahoma county's j
assessment f or the current fiscal year
was taken by the state board of :
equalization. Valuations returned by
| County Assessor Heaty on steam and \
gasoline engines were increased 2S
per cent, manufacturing concerns and
! public service corporations were hlk- ;
ed 10 per cent, and law libraries and
| abstract books were increased 100 per
cent In all other respects returns
made h> Peaty were permitted to re-
main permanently. Total valuation as
originally returned by lleaty, was
Cotton seed grinding Is to be start-
ed at the Hominy Cotton Oil & Ice Co.
plant about October 10 This Is a
rather earlj start. The mill has al-
ready contracted 150 tons of cotton
seed cake to stockmen This is the
first time that contracts for early de- 1
livery have been made
Frobabtv an occasional joke is no
detriment to a coiulc paper Put that
does not prove, to some local adver
Users, that an advertising illustration
which tell ^something about the goods
is worth more than the customary
Scores of Women
... homes, stores, offices and factories are not fit to be at work.
They toil on day after day and year after vear suffering
with distressing weaknesses and derangements, hoping against
hope that they will soon feei better, but how can they hope
to do good work or escape permanent invalidism?
Such women are in danger of ck^angement of women s functions. They
owe it to themselves to try that good old fashioned root and herb remedy
Lydia E.. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, which for more than forty
years has been restoring American Women to health and strength.
Here is a Notable Example
Joplin, Missouri. — "I took Lydia Ea
rinkham's Vegetable Compound to
see if it really would do as it was ad-'
vertised and it sure did, and more. I
was weak and could not do much
work, had bearing down pains and had
to go to bed. I learned about the
Vegetable Compound from my mother
and my husband told me to get it.
After taking one bottle I was able to
be on my feet most of the time and
do my work again. I have a baby
eleven months old and I have done all
my own work, even the washing and
ironing since she was three weeks old.
I certainly recommend your great medi-
cine to everyone who complains of
female trouble and 1 am more than
willing for you to use my testimonial.'
— Mrs. Timothy graney.
426 Connor Ave., Joplin, Mo.
Chicago, Illinois.—" I suffered for four
i'ears with pains in my sides, hips and
egs and a terrible backache. I could
not do any work at all. I was treated
by many physicians but they did not
help me. 1 read in one of your books
wjiere other women have been helped
by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound, so I tried it and it nelped
me very much so that now 1 can do
everything in the house. 1 have told
my friends about Vegetable Compound
and you have my permission to use this
letter."— Mrs. I. OVENSTE1N. 902
S. Marshfield Avenue, Chicago, 11!.
Thousands of such Letter#
Prove the Curative
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Penn, S. A. The Calumet Chieftain (Calumet, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 9, 1919, newspaper, October 9, 1919; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc168231/m1/2/: accessed October 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.