Foss Enterprise. (Foss, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 10, Ed. 1 Friday, January 10, 1908 Page: 3 of 8
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OKLAHOMA STATfc NEWS
A Are In the business section of
Boynton last week destroyed property
to the amount of $5,000.
Lamar Jackson, a full blood Indian,
has been appointed a cadet at West-
point by Congressman Carter. This
is the first full blood Indian to re-
ceive an appointment to the military
Bchool. JackRon lives at Atoka.
Chickasha may have a special elec-
tion to'vote on a |100,000 bond prop-
osition for a high school building and
Enid has been offered $17,.">00 for a
library by Andrew Carnegie. It d
expected that this offer will be ac-
cepted. Four years ago this city
turned down an offer of $10,000 from
the same source. One of the condi-
tions of the offer Is that the city will
gurantee an endowment of ten ppr
cent au-nually of the cost of con-
VIRGINIA MERCHANT RIO OF A
VERY BIG GRAVEL STONE.
Another Remarkable Cura af Serious
C. L. Wood, m prominent merchant
of Fentress, Norfolk Co., Va., was suf-
fering some months
ago with frequent at-
tacks of hard pain in
the back, kidneys
and bladder and the
scanty or profuse.
1( failed to cure him.
At last," says Mr. Wood, I began
using Doan's Kidney Pills, and before
one box was gone, I went through four
days of Intense pain, finally passing a
stone, one-half by five-sixteenths of an
Inch in diameter. I haven't had a sign
of kidney trouble since."
Sold by all dealers, 50 cents a box.
Foster-Mil burn Co., Buffalo. N. Y.
DEAR LITTLE CHAP.
Five hundred negroes of Muskogee
and Eurruunding country held a meet-
ing at Muskogee last week and do'id-
ed to carry the jim crow law to the
supreme court of the United States.
They claim the law is unconatitu- |
Oonal and is in no sense an emergency
After drilling to a depth of 1,035
feet drillers a few weeks ago aband-
oned a well near Knid. A few days
ago a small flow of gas was noticed
escaping from the well. It i^ quite
probable that will iinduce the parties
doing tho drilling to take up their
Fifty-three suits by the government
against purchasers of Kickapoo In-
dian lands have been filed in the fed-
eral court of the western district at
Qutbrie. These are the cases that
have been attracting the widespread
attention recently. They probably
will not be tried during the January
term of the court.
—Say, ma, were men very
scarce when you married pa, or did
you Just feel sorry for him?
DOCTOR SAID "USE CUTICURA"
A snow white quail, with a tinge of
red on its tail and wings, is the latent
curiosity found near Vinita. W. P.
Lloyd captured the bird. He Intends
to have it mounted.
General Manager Allen of the M.,
K. £ T. has issued orders to train-
men that the trains on the Katy road
must be run on time. The action has
been taken in order to prevent the
necessity of running specials to pro-
tect the schedule of the regular trains.
In obedience to the order of the state
Chief of Police Sims will receive
$500 due him from back pay as a
member of Shawnee's police force.
Mayor Stearns refused to sign war-
rants awarded Sims for the time he
was suspended. He was cleared of
the charge against him and Judge
Maben ruled that he should receive
his back salary. The time limit for
suit of mandamus against the judge's
ruling has expired.
. Burglars in Oklahoma were appar-
ently working overtime last Friday
night as two banks and one post-
office reported visitations from rob-
bers. The State Hank of McCurtain
was entered and relieved of between
$2,000 and $3,000 in currency. The
Bank of Fair mount had a loss of
$1,200 in currency. The friairdware
store of the J. L. Barba company at
tyostoffice, was ciitered by thieves
and money and stamps taken to the
amount of $50.
A 320 quart shot of nitroglycerin
was accidentally discharged in an at-
tempt to shoot a well on the St. Louis
Oil company's lease In the Glenn oil
field last week. The well and rig were
wrecked, and two wagons were blown
to splinters, while several fleeing by-
standers were injured by flyiny debris.
Report of the explosion was heard
tw«ttty miles away. Ten thousand
dollars is the estimated amount of
Assistant Atorney General Fielding
Lewi^, in answer to an inquiry from
the staite insurance commissioner,
gives the opinion that all insurance
oompanies upon which a tax of 2 per
cent of the premiums, less cancella-
tions, is levied by the constitution,
mu£>i pay this tax beginning November
16, the date of the admission of the
In Bad Case of Eczema on Child—
Disease Had Reached a Fearful
State—His Order Resulted
in Complete Cure.
"When I was small I was troubled
with eczema for about three months.
It was all over my face and covered
nearly all of my head. It reached
such a state that it was Just a large
scab all over, and the pain and itching
were terrible. I doctored with an able
physician for some time and was then
advised by him to use the Cutlcura
Remedies which I did and I was en-
! tlrely cured. I have not been bothered
with It Blnce. I used Cuticura Soap
and Cutlcura Ointment but do not
J know exactly how much was used-to
I complete the cure. I can safely say
that Cuticura did a lot for me. Miss
Anabel Wilson, North Branch, Mich.,
j Oct. 20. 1907."
The Golfers' Limerick.
• A well-known Derbyshire doctor has
Just resigned his membership of a Mid
land golf club, his letter to the secre-
tary of the club reading:
I A canny old Scot writes to say
That at golf be no more will play;
He thinkB nowt of the game,
So please strike out his name
And his wife's from the club right away.
The secretary of the club was not to
be outdone, and he sent the doctor the
A canny old Scot like you ought
To play golf like a Vardon untaught; i
As I've now got to rub
Your name from the club
Tour subscription amounts to 0.
—London Daily News. I
Catarrh and Headache.
Mrs. Z. E. Goforth, 2119 Holly Street,
Kansas City, writes: "After using a
sample bottle and two 25c bottles of
Hunt's Lightning Oil, I am almost well
of Catarrh. It stops my headaches. It
is the best medicine I ever saw and I
just can't keep house without it." She
Whether our crosses are bearable
or not depends upon our method of
carrying them.—Elizabeth Gibson.
Why Sloan's Liniment and Veterinary
Remedies Ars the Best to Use.
Let me tell you why Sloan's Lini-
ment and Veterinary Remedies are
the safest and most practical on the
market to-day. In the first place. Dr.
Earl S. Sloan is the son of a veterin-
ary surgeon, and from his earliest in-
fancy he was associated with horses.
He bought and sold horses while
yet very young. He practiced as a vet-
erinary for 20 years and has battled
successfully with every disease to
which that animal is subject.
All his remedies are the result of
experiments made to save life or re-
lieve suffering while he was practic-
ing his profession.
Any reader, by writing to Dr. Earl
8. Sloan. 615 Albany Street, Boston,
Mass., will receive "Sloan's Treatise
on the Horse." free This book tells
how to treat horses, cattle, hogs, and
Office Boy's Little Coup.
The office boy in a downtown office
has framed up the following schedule
of the firm's office hours, which is dis-
played in a prominent place on the
wall: "9-10 reserved for book agents
and people with various things to sell;
10-11 for Insurance asents; 11-12 bores
with long stories; 1-2 solicitors for
church and charitable institutions;
2-3 discuss sporting news with callers;
3-5 miscellaneous social visitors. N.
B.—We transact our own business at
night."—Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
Xlocal application*, aa they cannot reach the dl
eaae<l portion of the car. There I* only one way to
cure deatnei*. and thai la by louatliutloual remedial.
L>ea(ue . L « aimed by au Inflamed condition of tha
mucous Untax of the Kuatartiiau Tuba. When thlt
tube is Inflamed y u have rumbling sound or Im-
perfect bearlnn. aud when It Is entirely closed, Deaf-
ness Is the result.and unless the Inflammation can be
taken out and tins tube reatored to Iti normal condi-
tion, hearing will be deatroyed forever; nine eases
out of ten are eauaed bjr Catarrh, which Is nothing
out bd Inflamed t jodltluo of the mucous surface*.
We will give One Hundred l> >Uara for any eaae of
Peafuaaa (caused bjr catarrh, that cannot bo cured
by Mali's Catarrh Cure. Send for circular*, free,
c 1.4 t r\ . CHKN K V * CO., Toledo, 0.
6old bjr Drunlits. ~iSr.
TaVe llall's family PI lis for constipation.
"Do you think the scheme of Am-
undsen for reaching the north pole by-
using a team of polar bears is feasi-
The returned Klondiker looked
doubtful. "I don't like to queer the
game of a scientific gent," he said,
"and I'll say the scheme Is at least as
feasible as crossing the seal with the
arctic snow goose and harnessing the
result to a sledge."
Ths Pe-ru-na Almanac In 8,000,00b
The Peruna Lucky Day Almanac has
become a fixture in over eight million
homes. It can be obtained from all
druggists free. Be sure to inquire early.
The 1908 Almanac is already published,
and the supply will soon be exhausted.
Do not put it off. Speak for one to-day.
Hubby Gets Suspicious.
"John, do you love me?"
"Do you adore me?"
"Will you always love me?"
"Ye—look here, woman, what have
you been and gone ordered sent home
Try It Once.
There is more actual misery and
less real danger In a case of itching,
Bkin disease than any other ailment.
Hunt's cure is manufactured espe-
cially for these cases. It relieves in-
stantly and cures promptly. Absolute-
It Will Stay There.
"In my family medlcino chest no
remedy is permitted to remain unless
It proves beyond a doubt the best to
be obtained for its particular purpose.
For treating all manner of skin trou-
bles. such as Eczema, Tetter. Ring-
worm. etc.. Hunt's Cure has held its
place for many years. I have failed
to find a surer remedy. It cures Itch-
R- M. SWANN, Franklin. La.
But Not the Same.
Mushley—Indeed, yes, he's very
tender-hearted. I really believe if a
beggar approached him and he had
no money about him he'd actually
take off his coat and give it to him
Crabbe—Well, I'm not tender-heart-
ed, but some of these nervy beggars
make me i'eel like taking off my coat
and giving it to them-good and
Don't It Jar You?
To have a cough that you can't leave
off—even when you go to bed? Put
It away for good by using Simmons'
Cough Syrup. It heals inflammation
of the throat and lungs—gives you rest
and peaceful sleep.
At Least Not Profane.
A decided brunette, by n«m« Pli-klns.
Was arrested for stealing some chickens.
When they asked her to swear,
8he replied, debonalre:
"I only know 'deuce,' 'darn' and 'dick-
ens. ' "
The Other Side.
Landlady—Are you so particular
about having a quiet room because
you sleep In the daytime?
De Toot—No, naam. I practice on
the flute several hours a day. and any
other sound jars on my sensitive souL
• thing advertised in
* columns should insist upon haying
what they ask lor, refusing all su
lutes or imitations.
Cleanss* ,„j bfsuiifl^ u,
1 Vol notes a laiuriant now
FITS, St. Vitus Dance nnd all Nervous
Diseases permanently cured by Dr. Kline's
Great Nerve Restorer. Send for Free $2.00
trial bottle and treatise. Br. R. IT. Kline,
Ixl.. 931 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa.
It Is by loving that we win love: It * ~— ■«
Is by making others happy that we DEFIANCE STARCH—14 0',ne** ••
find happiness ourselves.-Mountjoy. KSIi'VH
"DIFIANCK" IS SUPERIOR QUALITY.
Brink Carlield Tea at night! It insures a —
normal a. lion of liver, kidneys, stomach TDECC Kr^W^Efir'n-lNaSiSufc
and bowels, and overcomes constipation. ■ ''""W Denver, Colo. A Ken (a Wanted.
Nevada seems apt to forgo to the
first place in the production of pre-
"SS. ; Thompson'! Eyo Malar
W. N. U., Oklahoma City, No. 2, 1908.
This Is What
Wos.~One«ThlrU More Starch.
"Well, my child?"
"Why doesn't pa gild his dome?"
That Dry Hacking Cough
needs attention. Ask your druggist
for Brown s Bronchial Troches which
will quickly relieve the cough.
No premiums, but oncthird
more utarch than you get of
other brands. Try it now, for
hot or cold starching it has no
equal and will not stick to the iron*
Be proud of the achievements or
others. Their success is making your
work worth while.
Governor D. H. Johnston of the
Cbickasaws has announced that he
will convene the legislature soon a.*ter
the holidays. The only action that
can be taken by the legislature will
be of an advisory nature. Memorials
will be s'ent both to congress and the
state legislature relative to the dis-
position of the tribe's affairs. Par-
ticular stress will be laid on the re-
moval of restrictions. Congress w-ill
be asked not to remove them on tho
land of minors.
ONI.Y ONE "BROMO QCINIKE'1
That la KAXATIVK BKOMO (JI1N1NK. look for
tho alitoatura ot M. W. UKOVK. LsSd tho Worfd
srer to Cure a Cola In One Day. 26c.
No man is born without faults, but
he lives best who has the fewest
IK YOU USE BAM, III.I K,
i Get Red Cross Ball Blue, the best Ball
Blue. Large 2 cz. packagc only 5 cents.
Sometimes the man who was born
a fool gets bravely over it.
Lewis' Single Binder straight 5c cigar
made of rich, mellow tobacco. Your deal-
1 er or Lewis' Factory, Peoria, 111.
Too many people feather their nests
J with borrowed plumes
YELLOW CLOTHES ARkJ UNSIGHTLY.
Keep them white with Red Cross BaJl Blue.
All grocers sell large 2 oz. package, 5 cents.
Put It out of the power of truth to
give you au ill character.—Marcus
Lewis' Single Binder straight 5c. Many
smokers prefer them to 10c cigars. ^
dealer or Lewis' Factory, Peoria, 111.
Every woman thinks she has a right
to make a fool of some man.
PILES C('KKl) IN « TO 14 DAYS.
PAZO OINTMKNT Is iruaranteed to euro any case
of Itching, Blind, Bleedlns or Protruding Pl"c. In
e to M days or money refunded. 60c.
Only a stupid woman doesn't know
when to act stupid.
Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup.
For children teething, aoftena the guru, reduce* In-
flammation, sllaya pain, cures wind colic, ftc a bottle.
Political conventions seldom go un-
NO MORE MUSTARD PLASTERS TO BLISTER
THE SCIENTIFIC AND MODERN EXTERNAL COUNTER-IRRITANT.
EXTRACT OF THE CAYENNE
PEPPER PLANT TAKEN
DIRECTLY IN VASELINE
DON'T WAIT TILL THE PAIN
COMES—KEEP A TUBE HANDY
A.9.UJ£K:SURElSAFE AND ALWAYS READY CURE FOR PAIN-PRICE lSr
TUBES MADE OF PURE TIN—AT ALL DRUGGISTS AND
DEALERS, OR BY MAIL ON RECEIPT OF 15c. IN POSTAGE STAMPS.
A substitute for and superior to mustard or any other plaster, and will not
blister the most delicate skin. The pain-allaying and curative qualities of the
article are wonderful. It will stop the toothache at once, and relieve Head-
ache and Sciatica We recommend it as the best and safest external counter-
irritant known, also as an external remedy for pains in the chest and stomach
and all Rheumatic, Neuralgic and Gouty complaints. A trial will prove what
we claim for it, and it will be found to be invaluable in the household and for
children. Once used no family will be without it. Many people say " it is
the best of all your preparations." Accept no preparation of vaseline unless
the same carries our label, as otherwise it is not genuine.
Send your address and we will mall ou- Vaaallna Booklet d.acrlblng
our preparations which will Intarast you.
17 State St. CHESEBROUGH MFG. CO. New York Clt,
Farmers in the vicinity of El Reno
ere Interested in a proj-oot to
stralgnten the Canadian river in
parts of Canadian county. An engi-
neer has given his opinion that, the
course of the river can be changed so
as to save thousands of acres ©f
tend to tbe farmers.
You Look Prematurely Old
•f those ugly, grimy, gray hair*. Use "LA CREOLE" HAIR RESTORER. PRICE. 91.00. retail.
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Darnell, E. E. Foss Enterprise. (Foss, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 10, Ed. 1 Friday, January 10, 1908, newspaper, January 10, 1908; Foss, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc269254/m1/3/: accessed November 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.