The Canute Leader. (Canute, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 44, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 5, 1907 Page: 3 of 4
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THE CANUTE LEADER
PROOF FOR TWO CENTS.
1. H. SCNEIDEMANTEL, Prop.
OKLAHOMA STATE NEWS
An order has been Issued by Adju-
tant General Frank M. Canton ap-
pointing Jdajor John W . Duke of
Guthrie, acting surgeon general in
The appointment of the state board
of school examiners was announced
Saturday by State Superintendent
E. D. Cameron, on the approval of
Governor Haskell. The personnel of
the board Ijfi Superintendent L. J.
Abbott, Minco; Supt. L. G. Masters,
Tulsa; J. B. Taylor, Oklahoma City;
H. C. King, Durant; 0. P. Brewer,
Webber Falls; Gabe Parker, Academy,
and J. S. Buchanan, Norman. Brewer,
Parker and Buchanan were members
of the constitutional convention.
J^JBS. LIZZIE LOHR, 1155 W. 13th
The Tulsa police believe a firebug is
working in that city. Three fires in
one night, all of undoubtedly incendi-
ary origin, have caused the head of
the department to issue orders to his
St., Chicago, 111., writes: .
_ "I take pleasure in writing you men to be on the lookout for
these few lines, thinking there mav be ' offender
other women suffering the same as I did. |
"I had my complaints for over a year,
night sweats all winter and no appetite.
The local national banks of Ard-
FX ru^wa^^T^ «•
Bit down to do my cooking, I was so I ^ollar/ 'n cashier's checks in one and
weak. five dollar denominations to relieve
"I tried man v different medicines and ^a ®nanc'a' situation.
doctors also. Nothing seemed to do me
any good. The doctors wanted to oper-
ate on me.
"At last I wrote to Dr. Hartman. I
told him Just exactly how I was, and he
told me what ailed mo and how I should
"I did i
Emil Yeseka, who has been elected
captain of the Carlisle football team.
Is an Oklahoma Indian.
A $60,000,000 gas well was brought
f ti J !n by Galbreath & Chestnut in section
^now lam*lc™ed ' , ?'• t0W"h«P twenty-four
-No one can tell how thankful I am 1 railes west °' "™ko«ee last week. It
to him, as I had given up all Hopes of is announced that the Standar 1 O
ever getting well again. company will curtail purchases of oil
"I am a widow and the mother of six ' in the Mid-Continent field from 60,-
email children who depend on my sup- I 000 barrels a day to 12,000.
port. I work all day and seldom get
tired. i The Oklahoma legislature will be
"I took five bottles of Peruna in all. .asked to pass a bill preventing the
"Any Vvoman wishing to know more I trawler of cases from the state to
aboutjsy pase may write to me and I
iwill gladly tell all about it.
t'l thank Dr. Hartman for what he
has done for me."
the federal courts without the consent
of both parties after one of the par-
ties to the suit has been defeated in
a lower court.
insure your health
. on stormy days
\ V 4 «-\\v\ Jy wearing a
' |\ tfEl
Clean - Light
vC> $302 Everywhere
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UrO W qdck relief and cures worst caiev
Book of testimonials and 10 days' treatment FR.SU
DK. U. H.GREEN'S SONS. Box B. ATLANTA.OA.
Just His Luck.
"Well, old fellow, I hear that your
aunt is dead."
"Yes, she died yesterday," replied
the old fellow somewhat sadly.
"It is the way of the world. We must
all die some time, and the old lady
was well advanced In years. She left
a last will and testament, of course?
I understood she was wealthy."
"Oh, yes, she left a will and testa-
ment," still more sadly.
"You were always a favorite of hers.
Your name was mentioned, of course?"
L ^Wes," he replied, "my name was
mentioned. I'm to have the Testa-
One Walter with Sense.
i Twenty newly-elected county regis-
! ters of deeds organized a state asso-
ciation at Shawnee, electing George
Stone of Pottawatomie county, presi
dent, and Lafe Spears of Creek county,
secretary. The object is to adopt a
uniform system of records.
! The first case appealed to the Ok
i lahoma court from the section of the
state formerly Indian Territory, was
filed with W. H. L. Campbell, supreme
court clerk, Wednesday. It is G. W.
j Utterback vs. the Bock Island Plow
| company, appealed from the United
) States Court of the Southern district
e*X Indian Territory.
If You Suffer with Your Kidney* and
Back Write to This Man.
O. W. Winney, Medina. N. Y.. in-
vites kidney sufferers to write to him.
To all who enclose
postage he will re-
ply telling how
Doan's Kidney Pills
cured him after he
had doctored and
had been in two
intense pain in the
stooping or lifting, languor, dizzy
spells and rheumatism. "Before I
used Doan's Kidney Pills," says Mr.
Winney, "I weighed 143. After taking
10 or 12 boxes I weighed 162 and was
Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo, N. Y.
AS SHE HAD BEEN ORDERED.
Domestic Cleared Everything Left
Over Out of the Ice Box.
There recently entered the service
of a Cleveland family a domestic of
Scandinavian origin. She had never
seen a refrigerator before, and the
lady of the house, after initiating her
into its mysteries, Instructed her
never to leave anything old or left
over in the ice-box, but to keep the
refrigerator perfectly clean and fresh
by throwing the old things away each
The very next day the mistress,
looking out of the window, observed
something peculiar in the yard.
"What is that, Sophie?" she asked.
"And how did it get there?"
"That is old ice, ma'am," was the
proud response, "left over from yes-
terday. I t'rew it away lake you tol'
80RES AS BIG AS FENNIES.
productive power op
western canada soil
j Insurance Commissioner McComb
j announces that ■ tie -will require live
stock, fire or miscellaneous insurance
; companies to comply at once with the
i Oklahoma law requiring such compan-
ies to show a paid-up capital of not
less than $25,000. This caRital must
I oe In cash or accepted securities.
A. C. Oilman, who was shot at
Sapulpa, while attempting to hold up
Ira Myers, a young railroad man, died
'rom his wounds recently. Just before
his death Gilman made the statement
that he was under the influence of
liquor when he attempted to commit
the crime and did not know what
he was doing. His home was at Ard-
more and the body has been taken
there. Mr. M^ers has been exoner-
ated of the killing.
Whole Head and Neck Covered—Hair
All Came Out—Cured In Three
Weeks by Cuticura.
"After having the measles my whole
head and neck were covered with scaly
sores about as large as a penny. They
were just as thick as they could be.
My hair all came out. I let the trou-
ble run along, taking the doctor's blood
remedies and rubbing on salve, but it
did not seem to get any better. It
stayed that way for about six months;
then I got a set of the Cuticura Beme-
dies, and in about a week I noticed a
big difference, and in three weeks it
was well entirely and I have not had
the trouble any more, and as this was
seven years ago, I consider myself
cured. Mrs. Henry Porter, Albion,
Neb., Aug. 25, 1906."
EQUAL TO THE OCCASION.
Senator L. K. Taylor of Chickasha,
has drawn up an election bill which
he will introduce in the senate, in-
tended to entirely supplant the pres-
ent Oklahoma election law. It con-
Man in a restaurant, happening in talQS provisions for mandatory prim-
just as a new shift of waiters came on. arles „by a P°1U'C*] p!rti? °An the
And having eaten a verv' modest same day' the flrst Tuesday ,n August
And having eaten a very modest precedln the general election, and
luncheon this man laid down a mod-, for a Btate electkm board of three
est tip, to be exact, five cents. members appointed by the governor
And did the waiter shy off or sniff and to be non-partisan.
at this nickel? He did neither, but on
the contrary he seemed to regard it Governor Haskell has appointed Lee
as an augury of good fortune that his Cruce of Ardmore, a member of the
first customer should have given him state university board of rogents to
something, and— succced E. L. Larsh. a member of the
"Thank you," he said, politely, to old territorial board. Mr. Cruce was
the customer, and as he turned away
he added to himself: "That's a start-
er."—N. Y. Sun.
candidate for governor in the demo-
cratic primaries against Haskell ao4
is a prominent banker at Ardmore.
Laundry work at home would be
much more satisfactory if the right
8tarch were used. In order to get the
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 the
appearance, but also affects the wear-
ing quality of the goods. This trou-
ble can be entirely overcome by using
Defiance Starch, as it can be applied
much more thinly because of its great?
er strength than other makes.
The city council of Tulsa has begun
preparations for special election to
i submit to the people of Tulsa the
i roposition of a commission form of
government. Every city of the flrst
class in old Indian Territory must se-
cure a charter under the Oklahoma
law and the majority of them will
adopt the commission form of gov-
This Servant Girl Was Evidently a
Person of Resource.
As a source of humor the Irish ser-
vant girl has long since fallen from
her high estate, a result probably due
to the better class of young women
from the Emerald Isle who come here
annually to help confuse the eternal
"servant girl question." But now and
again one of the old, naively ignorant
sort turns up in a New York house-
hold, as was demonstrated the other
day to a caller at a house on the West
The girl who responded to the bell
was asked if her mistress was at
home. To this inquiry she surprised
the caller by putting her arms behind
her back and replying in a rich
brogue, as she thrust her face toward
the caller; "Put th' tickets in me
mouth, ma'am, an' I'll go an' see. Me
hands is wet."—N. Y. Press.
There has never been any who have
doubted the productiveness of the soil
of Western Canada, but there are
sometimes found those who question
the fact of its superiority. During the
past season it has been shown that
in grain raising qualities it possessed
the very best. The late spring pre-
vented grain being sown in many
cases before the middle of May. Yet,
a large percentage of that sown at that
time produced excellent yieldB. Had it
not been for the frost early in August,
which visited most of the north half
of the continent, there would have
been a magnificent yield in every dis-
trict in Western Canada Throughout
the Southern Alberta district where
about 100,000 acres was sown to win-
ter wheat the yield will be enormously
large. There are vast tracts of valu-
able grain growing land in Western
Canada that are available for home-
steads, the Canadian Government giv-
ing 160 acres free, and entry may be
made by proxy, by any near relative,
thus saving considerable cost to the
American who may have entry made
in this way. Any Canadian Govern-
ment Agent will give you the partic-
Your correspondent has just re-
ceived the following letter from Cralk,
Saskatchewan, which bears out the
statement made in the flrst part of
"Cralk, Sask , Aug. 1907.
"May 24th we planted a Dahlia root,
which we brought with us from Min-
neapolis. Aug. 12th, 80 days later, it
was In bloom. The plani is now 4%
feet high and covered with blossoms.
We never got half as many flowers on
it in Minneapolis, even during Septem-
ber and October, although we had
more time to attend to it there."
I mention this only as an example
of the great productive power of the
soil here in Saskatchewan. Canada.
A Krank Advertiser.
The new commercial morality has
spread to Ceylon. From one of the
newspapers of that balmy island we
take the following:
"CH. A. HOBSE—Kising seven, fine
mouth and paces, about 15 hands; fine
Lady's Hack; shows a lot of breed-
ing; Beason for selling, bad with mo-
tors; won't go in harness; Jibs when
leaving stables: catches rider by seat
of breeches when mounting; but a
darling pet. Apply, &c."—London
Might Have Been.
When Shakespeare said: "Aye,
there's the rub," we do not know for
certain ho was thinking of the itch.
But one thing we do know— and know
It twenty years' worth—Hunt's Cure
will absolutely, Infallibly and imme-
diately cure any itching trouble that
ever happened to the human cuticle.
is most painful.
Gives instant relief.
^ £ Removes the twinges.
\t USE IT, THEN YOU'LL KNOW
^ ? 26c.—ALL DRUGGISTS—50«.
No action will be considered truly
good, unless the will was so, for by
the will the act was dictated.—Seneca.
Was Holding His Own.
A wealthy man. revisiting his native
village, was telling his old cronies
around the store stove how he )jad
achieved his great success. At the
close of his recital an old village char-
acter that he had known as a boy en-
"How are you, Tom?" said the great
man, holding out his hand. "And
how have you been getting along all
The old fellow shifted his quid
"Wa'al," he said, "when I hit this
town more'n 40 years ago I didn't
have a red cent, an' now—wa'al, I
guess I'm holdin' my own all right."
The Worst Was Yet to Come.
A southern pulpit orator, one Sun-
day morning, was describing the ex-
perience of the prodigal son. In his
endeavor to Impress his hearers with
the shame and remorse that this
young man felt and his desire to cast
away his wicked doings, he spoke
"Dls young man got to thinking
about his meanness and his misery,
and he tuk off bis coat and frowed it
away. And den he tuk off his vest
and frowed dat away. And den he tuk
off his shirt and frowed dat away too.
And den he come to hisself."
Positively cured by
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They also relieve Dis-
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digestion ami Too Hearty
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Side, TORPID LIVER.
They regulate the Bowels. Purely Vegetable.
SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE,
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the duth5 companion
I For 1908:
The Best Christmas Present
Genuine Must Bear
You Pay 10c.
Not so Good.
F.P.LEWIS Peoria. Ill
Going to Be Fined.
When George Ade was a newspaper
reporter he was sent to "write up" an
Irish laborer who had fallen from a
building. When Mr. Ade arrived on
the scene, several officers and others
were helping the Injured man into the
ambulance. Mr. Ade pulled out his
pad and pencil. "What's his name?"
he asked one of the policemen.
The Injured man, who had heard
Ade and who mistook him for the
timekeeper employed by the con-
tractor, rolled his eyes in a disgusted
"What d'ye think o' that?" he mut-
tered. "I'm goln' to be docked for
the few minutes I lose goin' to the
Autos in Prester John's Country.
Even in remote Abyssinia the day
of the automobile has arrived, and
Germany has seized occasion by the
forelock. The Negus has granted to
a German company a concession for '
an automobile line connecting Addis
Abeba and Dlreduna. which are six
days' journey by ordinary caravan.
The motors will cover the distance In
W. C. Rorlshkolb of Carney, E. G.
Moore of Hollis, A. B. Turk of Enid,
I. W. Dodge of Oklahoma City and L.
G. Bragdon of Lawton, Okla., have
been appointed railway mail cler.'ts
The Reason of It.
"Why has that particular actress
more clappers than any other in the
"Because she is a society belle."
State Bank Examiner Herbert H.
Smock has appointed Roy C. Oakes of
Sulphur, as one of his assistant bank
examiners. Mr. Oakes is connected
with the First National bank at Sul-
With a smooth Iros Defiance
Starch, you can launder your shirt- j
waist just as well at home as the
steam laundry can; it will have the
proper stiffness and finish, there will
be less year and tear of the goods,
and It will be a positive pleasure to
use a Starch that does not rtlck to the
His Chronic Panic.
Tm a panic victim," began the
y "Lost your position?" queried the
-fcind citizen, handing over a dime.
"No," replied the other, pocketing
the coin, "but I'm scared to death of
To prevent that tired feeling on
Ironing day—Vse Defiance Starch-
saves time—saves labor—saves annoy-
ance. will not stick to the iron. The
big 16 oa. package for 10c, at your
The Saturday half holiday originated ,
la England in the eleventh century
News has been received that W. J.
Bryan will deliver an address before
the Oklahoma legislature, and will
make suggestions as to legislation for
the new state.
Jas. E. Halmer, who has been in the
Kiamichi mountains for several days
hunting, discovered a counterfeiters'
cave and complete outfit for making
the "queer" coin. He was alone when
he found the cave and made a hurried
examination of the place and left, be-
cause he saw indications that the
counterfeiters were not far away.
The Ft. Smitn and Western rail-
road company has filed with the dis-
trict court of Logan a voluntary ap-
trlct court of Logan county a volun-
tary application for the dtsto'ution of
the corporation. The public !s nr-U-
fled thar the application will be h« ard
January 13, 1908. and that ot.;ecticns
to th" application mu&t be filed be-
fore that date.
The application of F. K. Adams and
others to organise the American Na-
tional bank of Atoka, with a capital
of $25,000. has been approved by the
comsvoUer of the currency.
Had "Coffee Nerves" from Youth.
"When very young I began using
coffee and continued up to the past
six months," writes a Texas girl.
"I had been exceedingly nervous,
thin and very sallow. After quitting
coffee and drinking Postum Food Cof-
fee about a month my nervousness
disappeared and has never returned.
This Is the more remarkable as I am
a Primary teacher and have kept
right on with my work.
"My complexion now is clear and
rosy, my skin soft and smooth. As a
good complexion was something I hag
greatly desired. I feel amply repaid
even tho this were the only benefit
derived from drinking Postum.
'Before beginning its use I had
suffered greatly from Indigestion and
headache; these troubles are now un-
"Best of all, I changed from coffee
to Postum without the slightest Incon-
venience, did not even have a head-
ache. Have known coffee drinkers
who were visiting me, to use Postum
a week without being aware that they
were not drinking coffee.
"I have known several to begin the
use of Postum and drop It because
Jhey did not boil It properly. After
explaining how it should be prepared |
they have tried It again and pro-
nounced It delicious."
Name given by Postum Co., Battle
Creek, Mich. Read the booklet. "The
Road to WelMlle," In pkgs. There's
Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any
case or catarrh that cannot be cured by Halri
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O.
We. the undersigned, have known K. ,1. Cheney
for the last 1.1 years, and believe blm perfectly hon-
orable In all business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations made by his Arm.
Waldiku. Kisnan 4t Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo. 0.
Hull's Catarrh Cure la taken Internally, ai ling
directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Testimonials Bent free. Price 15 centa per
bottle. Sold by all Druggist*.
Take Hall's Family Fills for constipation.
FOR SOLDIERS AND HEIRS
All federal soldiers and sailors who snrvod 00 days
between 1801 and lHfiUand who boruesteaded less t hun
I 1C0acres before June'23,1871, ure entitled to additional
homestead lights whleb 1 buy. If soldier Is dead, bis
belri can sell. Talk to old noldiers. widows and heirs.
| Kind some soldier re atlve who went West or Honth
after the war an 1 homes faded government land.
Ubi busy and make some easy money. Write liK.Mtv
N. Gut r, Washington. I). C.. for further particulars.
$30 AN HOUR
There were female matchmakers
thousands of years before matches
MERRY GO ROUNDS
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1000 Up-to-Date Notes
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2000 One-Minute Stories
Bits of Humor and Miscellany, the
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wish i could put it into every home in the world. When any woman is at my house,
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A Fascinating Game.
A precocious little girl living on one
of the crowded business thorough-
fares of the city was in the habit of
gazing out of the window at the busy
street below for hours at a time.
"What Is it, Gladys, that you find
so constantly interesting In the
street?" asked her mother one day.
"Oh," came the wise rejoinder,
"Just watching the cars go pro and
At the County Fair.
"Doing a land-office business, eh?"
remarked the man from the city.
"What is that you are selling, any-
"Blessed if I know myself, boss,"
whispered the fakir at the county
fair; "It has zigzag lines all over It
and when a woman comes up I sell It
to her as a skirt pattern and when a
man comes up I sell it to him as a
guaranteed and genuine map of Mars."
Don't Take Any Chances
Go Where Living is a Pleasure, Labor is Ligfil
and a Good Income Assured.
Certainly Fair. Never Disappoints.
Of all troubles humimity Is subjeet "Many extensively advertised reme-
to none perhaps causes more acute ! dies are failures when put to tb> test,
distress and more frantic efforts for Hunt s Lightning Oil Is an exception.
relief than many forms of itching skin t Confidence in it is never misplaced
troubles. We will tell you a remedy | disappointment never follows Its use.
that rarely ever falls—Hunt's Cure.
One box is absolutely guaranteed to
cure any one case of itching trouble
—no matter what the name. If it
falls, your money is cheerfully re-
It is surely the grandest emergency
remedy now obtainable. For cuts,
burns, sprains, aches and pains 1 kdow
GEORGE E. PADDOCK,
Buy a Truck Farm on the Famous Simmons Ranch, from 10 to 640 Acres i
Two Town Lots lor 1210.
If people would neither borrow nor lt ,omeUmes happens that a man
lend there would be more life-long 8top8 work after BeCurlng a political
VII.CN Cl'RRD IN • TO 14 DATS.
PA7.0 OINTMENT !■ (naram-<4 to rnn> am rai
•t Itching. Bund. Blrxiiac or Piutradlng Pile* i
6 to 1< «ar> or Boner ryfuixS*-; iSc.
The telephone In France is little used
by the public generally.
BP M isk mi.i. in 11-.
Get Red ("ro Ball Blue, the best Ball
j Blue. Large 2 oz. package only 5 centa.
The statesman leads the masses.
The masses lead the politician.
Dr. J. R. Christian, the well known Phyaicitn of Lindale, Texas, is
writing Mr. T. J. Burrow, of Troupe, Texan, *avn:
_ _ Lindale, Texas, Feby. 16, 1907.
Mr. T. J. Burrow, Troupe, Texas.
Dear Sir :—Yours of even date received, and in reply will aay that I have
just returned from a trip to San Antonio, and the Dr. Simmon* ranch, when
I .pent four daya riding over the prof*rty, and I must say that Dr. Sin-
nionn in hi. pru«pectus has not mixrrprcsented ur overdrawn anything. I not
only found everything as good as represented, but really the half lun not
The railroad quextion is n" longer an uncertainty, and tbe land m aa
rich aa can be found in the atate. 1 have investigated every pba-ie of the
himmona proposition, and 1 am willing to say that hia pri.[">.>sjtK>n is per-
fectly fair, honorable and legal, and the property is now worth morn thaa
the price asked for it, but id not more than two years cannot i - bought lot
lour times the price he offers to take.
.With regards, I beg to remain.
Yours very truly.
J. S. CHRISTIAN. M 0.
Investigate this before it is too late. Land ia selling fast and wili tom
be gone. ^ ^
Writs today for literature fully describing too ranch and pictures showing views on mm,
DR. CHAS. F. SIMMONS.
215 Alamo Plaza, SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS.
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The Canute Leader. (Canute, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 44, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 5, 1907, newspaper, December 5, 1907; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc175045/m1/3/: accessed December 14, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.