The Statesman. (Foyil, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 46, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 22, 1908 Page: 4 of 4
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Watch our advertising patrons.
If you have Catarrh, rid yomself
of this repulsive disease. Ask Dr.
Sboop o! Racine, Wis , to mail you
free, a tiial box of his Dr. Shoop s
Catarrh Remedy. A simple, single
test, will snrely tell you a Catarrh
truth worth your knowing, write
to-day Don't suffer longer. Sold
uy A. Foyil & Son.
The protracted meeting closed
last Sunday night, Rev. Alexander
delivering the closing sermon.
Grippe is sweeping the country
Stop it with Preventics, before it
gets deeply seated. To check early
colds with these little Candy Cold
Cure Tablets, is surely sensible and
safe. Preventics contain no £ui-
oine, no laxative, nothing harsh or
sickening. Pneumonia would
never appear if early colds were
promptly broken. Also good^ for
feverish children Large box, 48
tablets, 25 cents. Vest pocket boxes
5 cents. Sold by A. Foyil A Son.
Don't you think now would be a
good time to renew and subscribe
for The Statesman? We do!
Stop that tickling Cough! Dr.
Shoop's Cough Cure will surely
stop it, and with perfect safety It
is so thoroughly harmless, that Dr.
Shoop tells mothers to use nothing
else even with very young babies.
The wholesome green leaves and
tender stems of a lung healing
mountainous shrub, furnish the
curatrve properties to Dr ftboop s
Cough Cure It calms the cough,
and heals the sensitive bronchial
membranes v No opium, no chloro-
form, nothing hargb used to injure
or suppress. Demand Dr Shoop s
Take no other. Sold by A. Foyil
Considerable winter weather has
been experienced since our last is-
8f* _ -
I wish that I might talk with all
iick ones about the actual cause of
Stomach. Heart and Xidney ail
ments. To explain in person how
weak Stomach nerves leads to.
Stomach weakness, I am sure would I
interest all And it is the same
with weak Hearts or weak Kidneys
This is why my prescription—Dr.
Shoop's Restorative—so promptly
reaches ailments «f the Stomach,
Heart and Kidneys It is wrong
10 drug the Stomach or stimulate
the Heart or Kidneys These weak
inside nerves simply need more
strength. My Restorative is tbe
only prescription made expressly
for these nerves Next to seeing
yon personally, will I* ««■"■'IT1
free my new booklet entitled,
"What To Do" I will also send
samples^ my Restorative as well.
Write for the book to day. It will
surely interest you. Address Dr.
Shoop, Box 8, Racine. Wis. Sold
by A. Foyil A Son.
Read this aid Heed It
Parties who have bees taking the
liberty to get timber for fuel
or other purposes, on tbe Harper
holdings, immediately east from
town, are urged to make other ar
rangements from this date. STor
. IT!! '
Our advertising rates are 10 cents
as inch per week, payable at the
end of each fourth Subacrip
tioos, Ca h
coi£E see :M:E I l
I have for your Inspection aad on Sale one of the Best Lines of
Ever offered in this Market, counting of Dry Ccxjds Clotbing. Grocc-
ries Boots, Shoes, Hats and, in fact, everything needed in the house
A SQUARE DEAL TO' ALL.
I want your Butter, Eggs and Poultry. Respectfully,
Job and Nets Office.
Anything and everything in the
way of good commercial print-
ing. Our assortment ot Job
Type is good, our press facilities
equal to any, and our workmen
second to none in this part of the
Territory. This tells all the
story of our facilities for doing
Job Printing of the right kind
at the RIGH T PRICES.
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The Statesman. (Foyil, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 46, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 22, 1908, newspaper, February 22, 1908; Foyil, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc184581/m1/4/: accessed December 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.