The Darrow Press (Darrow, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 9, 1906 Page: 2 of 8
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DAZED WITH PAIN.
BOY'S TERRIBLE ECZEMA.
ABOUT OCTOBER FIRST
-—•sr-*""-* -sa ss«r - - - wS.—■■ -
lous Cure by Cuticura.
L. S. Gorham, of 516 East 4th
Olympia, Wash., says: "Six years am Lv
I got wet and tnnv /J??:
LAWTON: The appraisement of
the pasture lands near Duncan does
not pave the way for competitive bid-
ding, as has been presumed by some
but merely places a value upon the
lands in order that the lessees may
make etitry, in accordance with the
homestead laws of the Vnited States
by tiling with the register and receiver
of the United States land office at
Lawton. If a quarter septkra should
be appraised at $1,200, the lessee is
flat in bed, suffertawSi/J**?11- The sores extend-
tortures with my f, . ffuTckly over the whole body
back Even- mo^Z I I We at once ca,led ln the doctor.
SijT KWf v"" -J'* """> ««■'- loctor.
cuing pain, and fhe f Jut h* cou!d 00t helP hlm- and in our
nersistenrv of it Jl ' despalr we we&t to a third one. Mat- '
hausted me. so that 1 Mad? ^ *** ^
for a time I was ? . his cheeks- Iarge enough Lawton
dazed and stup^ i £ P * ts*r into* The food had to be appr
r>n the , I ^ ^fith a spoon, for his mouth RPPr-.^u «i *i,zw, tne lessee Is
friend I was°,,!/as covered with crusts as thic^ as fnTmakl EI"'*!68® ^ °°minS here
5TDi.rS^^ Dnw ^d whenever--he opene^the hj3 flling b>" 5^8 this
PtHs-^nd soon^U * frfW*to Uetf andisup--i TS ,1 thf hands of the receiver
ticed a change for. the better The purate> also bis eyes. Hands, ® l?. '..and 110 o0ier P®*
kidney secretions had been disordered *7^' fa short ' the
and irregular, and contained a heavy - -W • =*as .-ccJXefed over and
sediment, but In a week's time the e *?ad no rest by day'or night.
urine was clear and natura! again and f S*!*V®r ',aid in bi8* *><**.• we
the passages regular. Gradual!* -the.! £ JJay • ^a?d? down; otherwise ine Pommftfo_ . ,
aching and soreness left my back and ?* ™°lM scratck' h!s 'a™ and make very^^vlTtlZ. t0 **
then the Iamenegs. r «ed"s:x t&xes f £ *rea sor^ 1 mnk his must Tt 2 «« !£, appraisement.
to make sure of a cure, and the trou- .«,itCJled mo^ fearfullyv £ * nlanrJT ** f®rty p6r
• ' • We finally thought 'hotting cou'd ff} apprasement, as was car-
help,, a^ci iptuJv ,i>p futf jjuwi u> ri ™! ^ .t,?ev.Sale of the Lawton
send my wife with the child' to Eu- ? ° ' ^ adopted, placing a-
rope,-' hotflrfcr ;tltafc the ,^Ue Upon each- 1uarter section of
"— • ' & forty per cent of the Value of ano&er
| PUTNAM FADELESS DYES do not
I stain the hands or spot the kettle, except
green and purple.
"Marriage Is sometimes an accMent,"
| says the Cynical Bachelor, "from which
l it takes a lifetime to recover."
You always aet full vain* in Lewis'
Single Binder straight 5c cigar. Your
dealer or Lewis' Factory, Peoria, 111.
First Electric Light.
Electric light was firsfexhiblted out-
side the Gaiety theater, London, Au-
gust 2, 1864.
to make sure of a cure, and the trou-
ble has never returned."
Sold by all dealers.. 50 cents a box.
Foeter-Milburn Cu. Uuffajo,. N. Y..
New Element In Commerce. . j.
Ramie, a species of gigantic nettle
•which produces, directly beneath its
outer bark, a fiber that can be woven
alone or In conjunction with either
wool or cotton, and gives to the cloth
Into which it is woven a beautiful
silky finish, is being produced in
China at the present time to an extent
that promises to make it an impor-
tant element in the world's commerce.
Unlike cotton, it is not an annual
crop; once planted it will produce
tor a dozen years. It does not ripen
evenly, and as soon as one crop is
rulled' the plant goes on producing
again; occasionally, in tropical coun-
tries and it is only in a very warm
climate that it can be grown-one
plant will give four crops in a year.
A good stand of plants will run from
two to three tons of fiber per acre.
son has the privilege of making a
higher bid on fhe land and securing
it in place of the-lessee.
J. H. Thomas, the head of the ap-
praising committee,-has stated that
the committee will take care to be
very conservative in its appraisement.
English the World Language.
Tte new world language. Esperanto
seems to have already won more advo-
cates than the older Volapuk. No
manufactured language. however
eeems to have much chance in com-
petition with English, which long ago
displaced French as the most useful
and widely spoken language and which
Is gaining faster than ever in all parts
of the world. Quite recently the Ger-
man government haa ordered that all
railway officials and employes mu-t
learn to speak English. ' In Antwerp
also the authorities are urging all
Classes to study English and are pro-
viding special facilities in the public
schools; the city has become "almost
an English-speaking port." In- Japan I
all school children are now oblieed I
to learn our language. A few years '
hence tourists from this country will
1 — - Tirr HITt: II L
.cure hjpa, otherwise, he was.to. be -put-
under good medicarbare" there. But,
- Lord be blessed, matters came differ-'
ently, and we soon saw a miracle. A
friend of ours spoke about Cuticura.
We made a trial with Cuticura Soap,
Ointment and Resolvent, and within
ten days or two weeks we noticed a
decided Improvement Just as quickly
as the sickness had appeared it also
began to disappear, and within ten
weeks the child was absolutely well !
and hie skin was smooth and white
as never before. F. Hohrath. Presi-
dent of the C. L. Hohrath Companv
Manufacturers of Silk Ribbons, 4 to 20
Rmk Alley, South Bethlehem. Pa
June 5. 1905."
Will Widen Kiel Canal.
The ever-increasing dimensions of
war vessels has led the German gov-
ernment to conclude to widen the Kiel
canal from 60 to 130 feet, and the '
width at the surface from 130 feet
to 3o0 feet. The proposed improve-
ments. it Is estimated, will cost n&a-
Quarter section of Improved lands out-
! side of the reserve.
It Is learned officially that the sale
of the pasture lands will begin about
the first of October, and that the lands
of the "big pasture" and of the re-
maining portion of the Duncan pasture
will be sold at the Lawton land office.
The tract lying a few miles south of
Hobart will be sold in Hobart and the
tract lying in both Comanche and Kio-
wa counties will be sold at Anadarko.
This information is authentic and dis-
credits the report that a portion of the
lauds will be sold it El Jteno. Filings,
however, will be made at the land
offices in the respective land districts
in which the lands are located.
Give Defiance Starch a fair trial-
try it for both hot and cold starching,
(.and if you don't think you do better
work, in less time and at smaller cost,
return it and your grocer will give
you back your' money.'. ?>.
Ancestry of Dion Bo'uoicault.
| The naipe of Boucicault is French
in origin. Dion Boucicault was the
son of a French refugee who fled to
Ireland and married an Irish girl. He
was named Dion after his father's,
friend. Dr. Dlonyslus Lardner, a noted
; British writer on physical science.
Be'yond Expression. *"**
G. W. Farlowe. East Florence, Ala.,
"For nearly seven years I was af-
flicted with a form of skin disease
( which caused an almost unbearable
Itching. I could neither work, rest
or sleep In peace. Nothing gave me
permanent relief until I tried Hunt's
Cure. One application * relieved me-
one box cured me, and although a
year has passed, I have stayed cured.
I am,grateful beyond expression."
Hunt's Cure is a guaranteed cure
for all itching diseases of the skin
ITS MERITJS PROVED
RECORD OF A_GRUT MEDICINE
A Prominent Cincinnati Woman Telia
How Lydla E. Pinkham'a Vegetable
Compound Completely Cured Her.
The great good Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound is doing among'
the women of America is attracting
the attention of many of our leading
scientists, and thinking people gener-.
yPfrj. Sura lYi/jon
The following.Jotter is.oply one pf
manv thousands which are on file in
the Pinkham office, and p-o to prove
beyond question that Lydia E. Pink-
ham's Vegetable Compound must be a
remedy of great merit, otherwise it
could not produce such marvelous
results among sick and ailing women.
Dear Mrs. Pinkham:—
"About nine months ago I was a groat suf-
ferer with female trouble, which caased ma
THACKERY IS GUARDIAN
For Twenty Years.
Other chill remedies have sprung
up, flourished for a brief season, then
passed away—even from memory—
but for twenty long years Cheatham's
Chill Tonic has been in the field of
action. The reason is simple. It has
the merit. It actually cures Chills
and Fevers, while the majority of
others merely promise to. One bottle
guaranteed to cure any one case.
SAYINGS OF THE SAGES.
Lack of desire Is the greatest of
be able to get a!ong~there~M easily I .-^om^'he gSJJT ^ ^ ^
as on a trip at home. With Grear ' fi??a , German.
Britain. In lia. Australia Canada th* mJ , m daDger who 13 on
United States large iStio^ : "!.° J"h? • *—SJ™-
a#.<— — ^, .. . in tne court of his own consc.ence
Africa using English, what hope
there for any other language?
Children Thrive on Grape Nuts and
A Mass. physician has found a cure
for constipation in children — citin-
fifteen cases—by feeding them Grape-
"Some time ago," he writes, "I be-
came interested in your food. Grape-
! no guilty man is acquitted.—Juvenal.
| He who is afraid of asking Is
1 ashamed of learning.—From the Dan-
V* hen all men say you are an ass.
:t is time to bray.—From the Span-
The only competition worthy a wise
man is with himself.—Anna Jame-
A babe ie an angel whose wfngs
decrease as his legs increase.—From
" iVAAl 1 Uldi.?V* j
Children. HaVmg ^riedTilTmy^wn Use ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE,
family, I have advised it in fifteen
cases in which all suffered with con-
stipation more or less severe. The re-
sult has been absolute relief in all.
"I write this that other children
xnay be benefited."
How much better it is thus to bring
about a healthy action in the bowels
of growing children by natural means,
than to feed then with improper food
requiring some kind of cathartic at
Intervals to overcome constipation.
Grape-Nuts gives energy to the en-
tire nervous system including the
Bervts that cause the natural con-
traction and relaxation of the bowel
SongeS' thSt pr0pel the food 1
It is predlgested also, and theblord '
•UUy absorbs tbe feed as It c«s
bo?r'.storlDs °P luuty
A powder. It cures painful, smart-
rr«' °ervou3 feet and Ingrowing nails.
! its the greatest comfort discovery of
*.ge- XIa^s new shoes easy A
bt all frlT~ '0r sQweatinS feet- Sold
1 FRFP AnfStS- 25c- Trial parage.
^ddress A. S. Olmsted, Le
Sargent's Pictures Rare.
^ Only three pictures by John a
^argent have been offered at auction
in recent years. A head of a girl
wear-in* a red shawl brought $750 at
Christie s. A portrait of Ellen Ter-
ry. which fetched $6,000 and was sold
subsequently fcr $15,000, and a half-
length portrait of a lady aald in 1S03
Department of Interior is Enforcing a
New Policy m Indian Affairs
GUTHRIE: In carrvlng otit its
policy of making the Indian ag&n: the
guardian for each tribe, the interior
department has announced the ap-
pointment of Frank Thackery. agent
for the Klckapoos and Pottawato-
mie, as guardian for seventy Kicka-
poo Indians, who are declared incom-
petent to manage t^ieir own affairs
In so far as their land allotments are
The appointment of Thackery was
hastened by the fact that many of the
Klckapoos have been taken to Mexico :
and that white paries have been ne-
gotiating for deeds to Klckapoo lands
ln Oklahoma. Recently the government
ordered Thackery and George Outcelt,
assistant United States district attor-
( ney, to Investigate the Kickapoo land
matters, and as -esult the immediate
appointment of Thackery as guardian
In tne meantime several deeds,
whereby Indian allotments were trans-
ferred to white persons, have reached
Tecumseh to be registered. The ap-
pointment of Thackery as guardian,
however, absolutely cuts off the sell-
ing of Kickapoo iauds unless further
steps are taken to prove the comp
• tency of the Indian co protest and con-
serve his rights. Only one of these
deeds has been registered, then it
was clearly shown that the Indian was
In the northern judicial district of
Indian Territory there are many guar-
dians of Indian children who, as yet.
have not obeyed the orders sent out
several weeks mo by A .M. Etchen.
mastery In chancery. ak:ng guardian-
ship matters. As a result one guardian
was arrested, dnrlng the past week,
but later release,! under $500 bon 1 to
appear this fall In court and show
cause why he should no« be committed
for contempt of court in not filni?
the reports. The minors for whom the
arrested man te guardian are his own
children. Mr. Ec.hen announces tha-f
all (iellttjaecra will te arretted.
There is no one any prouder than the
girl who has a pretty white neck.
We have noticed that a baldheaded
man has always plenty of hair brushes
Love may make the world go 'round,
but it takes jealousy to make it move
When a man eats a peach In the
dark, is the joke on him or on the
One of the remarkable features of
childhood Is the kind of singing th?t
will put it to sleep.
When a woman announces that she
puts up cherries with the pits in, the
women whl take out the pits think to I
themselves: 'How shiftless!"
What has become of the old-fash-
ioned person, who said, when attend- j
lng a funeral: "I prefer to remember
him as he looked in life, and don't
care to view the remains?"—Atchison
...L.i tciimiD Nuuuif, wmcn caused me
severe pain, extreme nervousness and fre-
quent headaches, from which the dr>ct<>r
failed to relieve me. I tried Lydia E. Piiik-
hain's Vegetable Corn pour i, and within a
short time felt better, and after taking flva
; bottles of it I was entirely cured. I therefore
j heartily recommend your Compound as a
I splendid female tonic. It makts the monthly
periods regular and without pain; and what
a blessing it is to llnd such a remedy after so
many doctors fail to help you. I am pleased
to recommend it to all suffering women."
Mrs. Sara W ilaou, 31 East 3d Street, Cincin-
If you have suppressed or painful
periods, weakness of the stomach,
indigestion, bloating, pelvic catarrh
nervous prostration, dizziness, faint-
ness, "don't-care" and " want-to-be-
left-alone " feeling, excitability, back-
ache or the blues, these are sure indi-
cations of female weakness, or some
derangement of the organs. In such
cases there is one tried and true remedy
—Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
IS M?LFLJ KILLER
"n- >.QX lastf t:.e entire «e«on H,ml5
ne*t and wUl not
•oil or injuro
them onoe ana
roa will never b«
without thera. if
not tspt by deal-
er*. .«ent prepaid
Wanted for U. S. Army £e!r^1,£iinmarT:ei
ci:i,e.is of I'm ted States. ..f guod cfa «e-
ter anutemperare habit* tr he can speak read and
1 Erciish For 1 nfonr.ation appfr to keercfting
Offlcer. Post Office RMjr.. Ok ahocua. Gurhrie, Kmd
Siiawcee, O. T., or jsj, lieJLiester and Muskogee. 11*
60 Bus. Winter Wheat Per Acre
I riifcliliii TiwStlw1 Arluntil Cf . Un
FOR 5HIRT5 COLLARS CUFFSAND FINE LINEN
From Far Away.
Kindly send me a bottle of Hunt's
and force for'the'f^nctions^ ' JdghtEinf 0lL 11 certainly the best
organs Rheumatic medicme we ever used
Children especiallv should ror >,„ *?>? " We remain ln California an-
They should grow into bright, stron"
cheerful men and women. Grape-Nuta
«olve the question of the start a
wholescme af petite win do the rest.
Children s teeth are benefited by
Chewing Grape-Nuts, also. Your dent-
ist will ttll you that a certain amount
of escrclse in chewing firm food, is
^ strong, beautiful
Teeth need exercise Just the sa~e
as muscles, if they are to grow
strong and firm as nature intended
Grape-Nuts gives the eierc1^'- 1
•Iso gives material fix - which
teeth are made
here's a reason " Read the little I
"The Read to tt'elirille.
Mrs. E. E. Smith.
Santa Barbara, C^L
Flshsrrren L'sing Motor Boats.
Ic^:and s Cshormen have taken to
nsins motor boat« In their business
Automobiles a-d motor boats have
a.;.n male their way to Helsingfors.
To prevent tha: OreJ^feella* on
? day—Use Deuance Starch—
saves time—saves labor—saves annoy-
-nce. will not stick to the iron T*#
Ug ic os. pacsage for 10c, at your gr>
WTsea Oe r«i nature of a nmV,
b-xs!n«s Is in ioufc, it Is oXi-a hissc
that he Is a gambler.
Secretary Wennw of School Larvd
Board Subm.ts July Report
GUTHRIE: Secretary Fred L. Weo-
ner of the Board of Leasing School
' Lands submitted to the beard his fi-
nancial statement for the month of
The total receipts for the month
amounted to 123.032.1$. During the
: month 13,063 27 were paid on expense
account and 113.100 transmitted to the
territorial treasury. leaving a balance
on hand August 1st of I6.S6S.J3
The board for leasing school lands
at s special meeting apportioned the
receipts of tbe college fund from Jan
j uary 1st last among the aeve« educ
tlonal institutions to-wJt.
A & M ColK? ~ Stillwater.
University at N^nnao.
Normal Schools at Edmond, Alva
University P^afra^nry Scboot at
Colored Unlwrsrty at Langston.
:-och of tbe *ven Institutions nr-
ce<*iag the aus o( f 1.4IS TE.
CAUSE OF RHEUINATiSIM
*WEAT FLAKE CELERY
With WieoiK^^^°ot^The'2hote ^entiab of th* diet of
rra reguiaior ^the the
CasbsMnr^M. Pui I. . I* ov.n^r a J?? 5^ ***
10c a nackap-o ' •rcw>kta boi,,#t «-^-
a™ PW«g8. For Sai. b, '
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