The Hollis Post-Herald (Hollis, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 21, 1907 Page: 7 of 10
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NEW STATE NEWS
The Cherokee land office was re-
cpened March 11.
Craig county, In the Indian Terri-
tory, has announced twenty-one can-
didates for office thus far.
The Reek Island road has pleased
Shawnee by beginning the erection of
a new passenger station.
Towns are growing rapidly in Okla-
homa. Many farms used for growing
corn last year are this year being laid
out in town lots.
Muskogee's city administration pro-
poses to vote a salary of $3,000 per
annum for the mayor.
Tupelo was visited recently by post-
office robbers wh> blew the safe and
secured some funds and valuable ar
IT 13 MOST EFFECTIVE.
.■fetters of incorporation have been
issued to the Beaver County Farmers'
institute of- Beaver City; incorpora-
tors, W. T. Quinn, Thomas P. Braid-
wood and John Nichols cf Beaver
City; H. T. Spear of - Hibbs and
In Comanche county a farmer's
wife kept account of her butter, egg
and milk money and for last year it
amounted to $4SO.
The high mark for land In Wagoner
county was set. last week, when a
farm near Wagoner sold for $65 an
Sapulpa has raised a $4,000 bonus
to secure a $80,000 opera house.
Indian Inspector Wright has been
■ informed that the bonds issued in
South McAlester tor water works and
school purposes have been approved
by the sercertary of the interior.
Active preparations are being madt>
by the Orient to close the gap be-
tween Altus and Clinton. Division
Engineer Smith advertised last week
for 150 laborers to begin unloading
100,000 ties which have arrived.
Chickasha is going to build a cot-
ton mill. That is the thing to do.
Oklahoma shouldn't ship out raw cot-
ton and freight in sheeting.
Oklahoma City is breaking the rec-
ard on setting out shadte trees this
spring. If she forgets the cottonwood,
It will prove no blunder.
Fallis came near emulating Chica-
go. This time it was a cat that kick-
ed over the lamp, but happily the
blaze was discovered in time to safe
both the town and the pussy cat.
Leading property owners of Ard-
more instituted mandamus proceed-
ings to compel a city election on April
2. It was contended that under the
Enabling act the Oklahoma laws are
In force in Indian Territory.
■ Oklahoma City residents to the num-
ber of thirty have reorganized 'the
Country club and have secured forty
acres of desirable ground for their con-
A. B. Brown of Carnegie loaded a
car with corn for Texas destination.
Thirty days later the consignee com-
plained that he had not received the
cora, and asked Brown to trace the
shipment. The car had never been
moved from Carnegie.
The board of agriculture at its meet-
ing last week voted to allow the Ok-
lahoma Jamestown Exposition com-
pany to use its exhibit of fruits and
grains for that exposition. The com-
pany is required to give bond to re-
turn the exhibit in good shape, and
to reimburse the board for money
ixpended in its collection and prepa-
8ays It Will Break Up a Cold In 24
Hours and Cure Any Cough That
A noted authority on diseases of the
throat and. lungs, who established a
camp for consumptives in the Pine
Woods of Maine, and whose remark-
able cures there have attracted great
attention from the medical world, says
that his entire treatment consisted of
,'resh air, nourishing food and the Pure
Virgin Oil of the White Pine Trees
mixed with Whisky and Glycerine, in
the following proportions:
Virgin OH of Pine (Pure)..% oz.
Glycerine 2 "
Good Whisky 8 "
Used in tcaspoonful doses every four
It is claimed that the above mixture
will heal and strengthen the Jungs,
break up a cold fn twenty-four hours,
and cure any cough that is curable.
The ingredients can be secured from
any goo<^ prescription druggist at
small eost and can be easily mixed in
your own home.
Inquiry at the prescription depart-
ment of a leading local pharmacy
elicited the information that Virgin
Oil of Pine (Pure) is put up only in
half-ounce vials for dispensing. Each
vial is securely sealed in a round
wooden case with engraved wrapper
with the name—Virgin Oil of Pine
(Pure); guaranteed under the Food
and Drug Act, June 30, 1906. Pre-
pared only by Leach Chemical Co., Cin-
cinnati, O.—plainly printed . thereon.
Only the cheaper Oils are sold in bulk,
but these produce nausea, and never
effect the desired results.
MARKER ACTED IN MAST*.
Man Whe Came to "Start
Was All Right.
Harker was in e fierce humor <ha
other morning when the front door
opened and in walked a stranger un-
"I came," began the stranger, tak-
ing off his coat end rolling «p fcie
"What!" thundered Harker. "You
didn't come in here to start anything,
"I did," replied tike stranger, coolly,
But he got no further. With • • -
age whoop Harker grabbed the in-
truder around the waist end deposited
him on the sidewalk. Two keurs later
hie wife returned.
"William," said she, "•ae there
anyoae here during absence.?"
'Yes," snorted Harker, "there <aae
some lunatic here who said he came
to start inomethinf, but I just bundled
him out on -the sidewalk before fe*
had time to make a move."
"William, you are the'higgest goose
"In what way!"
"Why, the man came to start the
elock that hasn't been running for •
week. He is a clocksmith."
Never Overleeked e Cfcaneg.
When Bishop Talbot, now of the
central Pennsylvania diocese,
"the" cowboy bishop" of Idaho a&A
Wyoming he never overlooked en opi
portunity of securing contribution*
tor tie missionary work in which be
took such delight. On one occasion,
while attending a meeting-of church
Jignitaries in St. Paul, he was chatting
with some other clergymen on the
steps of his hotel when several ho-
boes came along. One of them a -
proached and asked for aid. Bishop
Talbot took him aside end after
short but earnest conversation tie
other tramps saw something
from hand to hand. "What did he
give you?" asked the other hoboes
when they all started away. "Didn't
give me nothing," was the disgusted
reply. "I gave him a dollar for hie
blamed new cathedral In L*rm*Ja."
THE WHOLE FAMILY.
There are disputes over the posses-
sion of about fifty farms in the big
pasture recently filed on in Oklaho-
ma and trouble is threatened. On
each f the farms two or more fam-
ilies have settled, each claiming to be
the rightful owner. More trouble Toi
the land office.
The city council of Sulphur has cut
the salaries of city officials for the
ensuing year which will result in
saving of about $2,000 to the city.
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES do
stain the hAnda or spot the kettle, except
green and purple. 10c per package.
It is hard to form a correct opinion
of others on what is said about them.
ran tithed in e to ia bati.
PAZO OINTMKNT l« guaranteed to cur® ant eaao
in IloQ n*. Blind. llirvditiK or J'rmrudlng Fllaa IB
Bio U d ) ormuuaj refunded. Wd.
No man ever asks a truthful woman
what she thinks of him more than
Garfield Tea has been famous for years
i< a remedy for constipation, liver and
kidney diseases. Guaranteed under the
Pure Food Law.
Large Incomea from Pew Rents.
Several London churches receive In-
comes of $7,500 to $10,000 from pew
In a Pinch, Use ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE.
A powder. It cujes painful, smai>
ing, nervous feet and Ingrowing nails.
It's the greatest comfort discovery of
the age. Makes new shoes easy. A
certain cure for sweating feet. Sold
by all Druggists, 25c. Accept no sub-
stitute. Trial package, FREE. Ad-
dress A. S. Olmsted. Le Roy. N. Y.
Pestage Stamp Paper.
All the paper for the millions of
postage stamps used in the United
States is manufactured at Mechanic
Falls, Me. Once t month the firm re-
ceives a requisition for 1,000,M0
sheets of the paper, aal each sheet
will make 381 stamp*
Catarrh Cannot Bo Cured
With LOCAL APPLICATIONS, •• they cannot wvft
the scat of tlie dlxeaM. Catarrh la • blood or conitt-
tutkmal disease, and in order to cure It you muit take
Internal reinedlea. Hall'i Catarrh Cure la taken In-
ternally, sud art* directly oa the blood and mucoua
surfaces. Hull'# Catarrh Cure la not a quack ffiedt-
cine. It vii prescribed by one of the b«at phyilclat*
n this country for yenr« and Is • regular jreacrlpttoH.
It Is ci>nip >sed of th* best tonics known, comDlaad
•wltli tin best blood purifiers, actlns dlrcctly oa tb*
mucous surface*. The pcrfect combination of the
two lnicredlentt li what produces such wotidarful re-
mit* in curing catarrh. Send for testimonial!, trea,
F. J. CHENEY A CO., Propi., ToMto, O,
fold by Drugalst#, price "Sc.
TaJU Hail'* Family l'Ult fur coMtlpetlcw,
Obituaries of Noted Men.
Interesting comparisons Ore ea&>
plied by n clipping bureau regarding
the articles printed in tbe newspapers
about the deaths of prominent men.
No other man in America had ao
much printed ebout his dentil in the
newspapers es MpKinley. Carl Schure
has received thus far 12,000 obituary
notices, more then eny other man
since McKinley. John Hey and Jon-
e'ph Jefferson bad 10,000 each end
Mart Hanna S.OOO.
Worth Knowing About.
If you need a first-class laxative,
there is nothing better nor safer than
that old family remedy, Brandreth's
Pills. Each pill contains one train
of solid extract of sarsaparilla, which,
with other valuable vegetable prod-
ucts, make it n blood purifier of en-
cellent character. If you are troubled
with constipation, one pill et night
'ill afford great relief.
Braodreth's Pills are the same fine
laxative tonic pill your grandparents
used. They have been in use for over
_ century, and are for sale every-
where, either plain or sugar-coated.
Took SeneWe View of Life.
Lindley Murray, the grammarian, S
native of Pennsylvania, who died in
1826, had views of life that werw
quite es correct as his principles of
English grammar. He wrote: "I
"was persuaded that e truly sincere
mind could he et no lose to discern
the Just limits between n safe and
competent portion end e dangerous
profusion of the good things of life.
These views of the subject I reduced
to practice, and terminated any mer-
cantile concerns when I hed acquired
e moderate competency."
First, that nlmostevery opfration
In our hospitals, performed upon
women, becomes necessary because ,
of neglect of such symptoms as
Backache. Irregularities, Displace-'"
ments, Pain in the Side, Dragging
Sensations, Dizziness and Sleepless-
Second, that Lydla E. Pinlthara's
Vegetable Compound, made from
native roots and herbs, has cured
more cases of female ills Jian any
other one medicine known. It reg- .
ulates, strengthens uud restores women's health end Is invaluable in
preparing women for child-birth and during the period of Liiatigo
° Third, the great volume of unsolicited anil grateful testimonials on
file at the Pinkham Laboratory at Lynn, Mass,, many of which are from
time to time being published by special permission, give absolute evi-
dence of the value of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and Mrs.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
For more than 30 years has been curing Female Complaints, such as
Dragging Sensations, Weak Hack, Falling and Displacements, In-
flammation and Ulceration, and Organic Diseases, and it dissolves
and expels Tumors at an early stage.
Mr* Pinkham's Standing Invitation to Women
Women suffering from any form of female weakness are invited to
Write Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn, Muss, foradvice. She is the Mrs. I inltham w
has been advising siclc women freo of charge for more than tvven y
years, and before that she assisted her mother-in-law Lydia L. ink-
ham in advising. Thus she is especially well qualified to guido sick
women back to health. Write today, don't wait until too late.
Positively cared by
tbeae Little Pills.
Tliey also relievo Die
tress froSa Dysprpsla, In-
digestion and Too Hearty
latlof. A pertect rem-
edy for Plzzlnesi, Nausea
Drowsiness, Bad Taste
in the Month, Coated
Tongue, fatn In Ola Mi*
TOHPID LIVER. TiMp
regulate the Sowefe Purely Yuetabla.
nmtwtL Muawst «ittnmt.
it storms -
KW WHEAT LMDS II
THE CIRiDUH WEST
I MM additional nillee
•|U o< railway tlii?
year have opened up a
largely ine rased°teirl-
lory In the jirovreaelve
farmer* o! Westers
i Canada end the Gov-
ernment tif the Detain,
'tort continues to s,v*
ONK HUNDRED AN
SIXTY ACRES PfcEE:to every aett'ler.
THE C00HTRY HAS
Co*t, wood and water 1? bund nce; ctiurchte
aclio'oU convenieat-. marketa easy of acecsa;
I...I low;«li«atethe.l*at in tkenorthern !«■ -
unit aone. l„aw a d®*dei prevailaevervwaara.
Kor advice and information addrtse
■UP«RINTENi>ENT - OF IMMIGRATION.
Ottawa, Canada, or any aalktHriamA-Kaaadfaa
J. i. CKAWrOIV, laUlf.M
We want a man In your locality to demonstrate
and take ordera for the IHU VUTTEI CHURN,
We prefer a mm who can furnish his own rijr.
Oar aaackine ia ■omethinf entirely new m the
way •#. a churn. If you want to make money
and lo«« of if, write to-dar for our proportion.
We furnish m «mpl« outfit free to atent* who
c « famish rood r*f«reRc«*. GEO. W. DIKN^.M
Mro. CO., TT Weat I,ak« Btr«t, CHICAGO, IU..
T« eeaviaee aay
woman that r x-
improve her beeltk
and do all claim
for it. T 'e will
send her absolutely free e lar e trial
bo* of Paxtlne with book o< In truc-
tion s and genuine testimonial*. Send
your annie and addrei* on a portal card.
at e as ■
— braae a#-
faetiont, such as H&*al catarrh prlvle
catarrh a Ad Inflaaanatkia eaused by feint-
niae Ills; sore eyes, sore tkreM an4
moutk, ky direct kx'al treatatent lteewr-
ative pewer over these troubles is extr*
ordinary and give* iaiawdhtta relhf.
Thousands of worara are using a*4 ree-
enunenJim It every day, te e«nte at
drucL'Ists or by mail. Ke vea*bor, howew r,
IT (XMIT£ YOU XOVttlWO TO THY IT.
tU *. fAXK OK,
send her absolutely
bo* of Paxtlne wit
tions and genuine
your name and addri
M Successfully Preaacut— Cl*me
Lata PrtaclHJ Kuwluir U. S. Pciwk* Itma.
OCflANCC RTMCtt ■tare
P •larclica cloiliM alc-aoC
and Bantifyinglhc Skin,
Scalp, Hair, and Hands.
Cuftm Nf MftMtw MM
|irop«rtlv« derivrd from Cutiowm, Uft
r.S.A., rfCil'iwHn Arc, l'MMalkuf aeMMfi
MimM.) Is sold .by all dru|(istf
en s positive guarantee
to cure Tetter, Eczema, ■
Itch o! >11 kinds. Ski*
Eruptiens, Bins, Wer«at
Dev Poison, CkaMs#
Face and Hands, Ptaa
pka, Dandruff and eli
Jkalp Troubles, CeendL
Kunitnt, Saee a*j
Svesty Feet, Etc. , Sek|
Aite 'aad l—
Mail (fite ad. «
and we will-sen# ye«.<|
trial be4tte free.
m\tm co„ itim, i<n
nnninr saw wai *w« giee
UNilW W qalck relief a^eaMawM-ataujA
W. N. U., Oklahoma City, We. 11, 1
LE W l S^SINGLE BINDER
STOU6HT51CWAR'iux1,8. O OO^OOtt
A quarter section of land in Beaver
county, which c;uld hardly have been
given away ten years ago, sold last
week for |5,800.
An election authorizing the issuance
of 1260.000 in municipal bonds f r the
purpose of extending I-Awton's water
system, extending her storm sewer
system, and placing her streets to
grade preparatory to paving, resulted
in an overwhelming victory for the
bonds, more than <#0 votes being east
for and less than 100 cast against.
Mother Finds ■ Food for Grewn4Jpa
and Children m Well.
Tood that can be eaten with Mllih
and benefit by the children a* well
as the older members of the family,
makes a pleasant household commod-
Such a food Is Grape-Nuts. It not
only agrees with and builds up chil-
dren, but older persons who, from bad
habits of eating, have become dyspep-
A Phila. lady, after being benefited
herself persuaded her husband to try
Grape-Nuts for stomach trouble. She
"About eight years ago I had a se-
vere attack of congestion of stomach
and bowels. From that time on, I
had to oe careful about eating, as
nearly eve-y kind of food then kaown
to me, seeocd to cause pain.
"Foir yMtrs ago I commenced to
use Grape-Nuts. I grew stronger and
better, and from that time I seldom
have been without It; have gained in
The IBs peculiar to women, take different forma
Some ladies suffer, every month, from dark rings rand Ihelf eye*, on their skla ad W-
teeling. Ottwrs suffer agonies of pain, that words can hardly eipres*. _
Whatever the symptoms, remember there Is one medicine thai wtl go beycod mm* qrmpfcxna,
«c! en the cause of their trouble*, the makaasd womanly or* aa
Mrs. M. C. Austin, of Memphis, Tenn., write-: flm(5> y«ars I suffered wi.th mfj s
af frmab diteaae, but after using the well-known C^:^u Home Treatment. I was entirely we*.
Korean Women Advance.
The Korean Ladies' club heU a
meeting a short time ago at which it
was suggested that changes should be
attempted in the dress of the Korea*
women, that the matter of education
should be held In abeyance for *
time, but that special efforts should
be made along the line of life insur-
ance, so as to protect the interests of
■women in case of the death 4( the
husband.—Korean Daily News.
••Meter's Wife Skillful HaryM.
When Mrs. W. A. Clarke, wife ef Ota
Montana senator, entertains la their
Massachusetts avenue fce^a M«*
Clark glree her gueets a feaulae treat
la a harp recital. She is a cultured
masiciaa, especially skillful ea the
"Nails are a m!ghty good thing—par-
ticularly finger nails—but 1 don't be-
lieve they were intended solely for
scratching, though I used mine largely
for that purpose for several years. I
was sorely afflicted and had it to do.
One application of Hunt's Cure, how-
uu c irccii _,i llt u_,v e ever, relieved my Itch and leas than
htal'h and strength and am now heav- one box cured me entirely.
an.* owe •• «•*« at
Tkat * LAXAT1VB BKOMU Oulmne. S allMty
named rftnivdrea sonaetim«« deceive. 1 he trnt %nd
original Cold Tablet is a WHlTIEl*ACKAUK *U1
black and red lettering, aod bears tbe sifnatura at
K. W.liliOVtt. ttc.
No cord or cable can draw so
forcibly or bind so fast as love can
do with a single thread.—Burton.
Feperfallv worthy of notice ie Garfield
Tea, Nature's remedy for constipation,
si«k headache, liver and kidney derange-
ments. It is made wholly pf Uerbs.
W. L. DOUGLAS
&QO AND <31 BO SHOESt^oM
I L S4.00 GILT IKI SWK8 CAMMT IE EQIMUED AT m PWCt.
-U fM mRVMfr AT MU. MUOfMi
riKsk-se, an t. m ST Bo,a- Sk«a, as • ei^B. Wejaem-e
ika^a M(o 9Ql.fi#. M M €hil4r«n'i I# S1.#0.
: 1 \ n,/t<raur,f fnAfVAar
|gs ^ (o p|,M. ■ 1 MPT as l/lliiwcpii m ------
L Douglas shoes are recognized by export judges of footwear
to m the best in style, fit and wear produced in this country. Each
no-t of th# • Anti tvory detail of the ia lookad aftar
* . .11 v.- l .Iw^makorc TA^ard tO
nrt or tn arw* a«u vt?rj ucwu ui — -
■lid watched over by skilled Fhaemtfcers, without regard to
time or cost. If I could t*k« you into my lane 'actories at
Brockton, Mass., and show you ii w carefully V\ . L. ^ouclas
shoes aro made, you would then understand_whjr they^hold their
noes aro mwioi y ** w• • * •* .
.... lnntrer am] are of greater value than any other malces.
pr^. nrt /nt. W. I.' bOlOl.AH, MrochC.SC.
fml Color EyeltU utrd t
The socialists of Dewey count,
meet at Taloga April 11th for
purpose of perfecting a thorough
ler ti an I ever *as.
"My husband was also In a bad ccn- I
Ution—his stomach bccame so weak
tiit he could eat hardly anything with
comfort * got him to try Grape-
nu*s. and te soon found his stomach
troubl bad dirappeared.
"My girl and boy, i> and 9 years old.
I do not want anything else for brrak-
thf^ j fast but Crapc-Xuts, and more healthy
* " found." Name
J. M WARD.
When doctors disagree it is well fof
the patient to get up and s< e if any-
thing really ails him.
Every flay In thy life Is a leaf to
Mr*. WlnaloWa Snothlo* Syrup.
For children teething, softens tbe guns, reduces tB-
Hamn.tnta allays pain, cora# wind colic- £>c a butua.
All thy virtue dictatee, dare to do.
U YEASS SELLING DIRECT
•ahicies a a narneaa rave ww i..r. — * ~
rot a (hird of a cantary. W« hip U* nun i a> ti oo ao
luaruMiah dthrary. Vo. u* M autklac U ututetf
aa to «yle. qaality aad pica.
sell'nr to the cosivbc* ettliaively. We rnaka 10# styles •€>
VrfJcl* • eyaa of Ham . -
k. Elkart C«Tlaft a narns** Mil- Co,
r—.MS. Qkhast. l««a— HS.M.
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