The Curtis Courier. (Curtis, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 29, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 13, 1912 Page: 4 of 8
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Kr* Curti« Conrier
A DARK IIOh'AE?
End* hunt For Rich Girl
^UTI t A SON. I'uhliahcr*
1‘IIITRSOAY. JIJKR 13. 1912.
I *«4 M tw ixHman ti aaowod-. usa'i*
TkoiUti it |! h« int
I* p«ij li a4v»»«* «r *1 t> •• Ha*
Political forecaeters in Was - Often the hu*t for * r>h wife
i ivton declare that the prouder- ends when the rr*r r^et« a wo-
tal bourn of Conareuctnan Ur.der- man ti at km a Fieri- ic BiHe*-*.
wtKid u making aueh huuiwuv as. Her strong nerve* tell in a bright
ti iieiturb the bucket a of both brain ard even temper. Her
Woodrow V\i:wji» anu Chui.u n* •ch-hlmm complexion and rubv
■•■T MO***' «.« hn
to oiaucm »•« e»«
itAA MAUCA. •« •
r+tm—T- « e «wTCMiH«ei
to ttAuct imi *••• .
D*ps.il#r5 fritted bj Bfoss'tsrs Vale Cair^nlee F«*1
l»«.t Ul.UEST BANK INi WOODWARD COUNTY 1*11.
Car'.;. Until a few weeks agut e result fmm t ure bW; her
Official County Paper
I! |'tillin' olfitisal*, min of t,rent
w.-alili, tin corpora lion*. »re diahonest
with (he in i'le. I nhi.ll keep after theni
» l»i'K ah I can. You are not going to
gel honesty union* you insist that a man
Im tiomst toall."- Thtodore Km aevelt
mohgan for congress.
I to re by auuounce mynalf aa a randi-
late lor n nomination for Con|-re*s in
il» Second D.atiut. subject to the de- I
os.on of the Republican primary. I am
ili* ply gia'i fill for the high honors the
KcpoUicaii* have heretofore conferred
o|Hni me and 1 a ill highly appreciate
(lieu continued mpport.
DICK T. MoKCAN.
I v .sh to announce that I am a ran-
•tuUte fm the nomination for Ch-rk i f
Woodward county, subject to the will
•I the Ki | uhlican voters attheprimary
•U < lion Hi August.
Rosa I). Do.ikkrty
I v. sh to announce that I am a randi-
>1aie .oi ri i.ouaratun ns Clerk of the
thanict Court subject to the will of the
Republican voters at the primary elec-
tion in August.
prestt ential candidacy of .*ir. L. - bright eve* from rentful aleop;
d iwooe. was not lookotl u|*on veiy bar elaslic s»ep from firm, free
tKfiioufclv ui tne taut or North. muscle*. all lulling of the health
Within the past tew week?, lu w- and strength Electric Bittern give
ever, he has succeeded in captur- a wf.man. and the freedom from
ing more than 1U0 delegate* thru- indigestion, beckache. heahnehe. ;
out the South, while it is authoi- fainting and dizzy spells they pro-
itatively slated that I’amniaqy mote. Everywhere they nre wo-
forces in New York have been man’s favorite remedy. If weak
making overtures to him and or ailing try them. 50c at C (*.
wouid prefer to see him i.oniina- Baxter’s,
ted ra'her than either W ilson or! * ... ,
Ciark. The tact that a two-thirds J Ihi* County
vole is required in the democratic ....
national convention, while neilh* aoford*n^® w ith the election
cr Speaker Clark or (e.veinor pre.bibltK'n election can-
Wilson will have within l(J0or2(HI n0* ”
OLDEST BANK IN WOODWARD COUNTY
t a pita L
Sckpi.cs asp I’sixviPKr. Promts________
STim KHol.DK**> liability__________________
1 OTA I. -
_ 2.'i tnH» m»
_ 1175.01X11®) >•
We arc r.utlidi izt-d to announce W.
W. Mandiford us a candidate for the
iiihiiii ation for County Clerk of Wood-
*anl county, ruliject to the will of the
Kepubikan voteia in the primary olec-
(ion in August.
Wi- are uulhorixed to announce the
i(ii<lidncy of Geo. M. Cr« ano for re-nom-
uiulion hn Register of Deeds of Wood-
ward county subject to the will of the
republican vol# rs at the primary elec
liuii in August.
We tm authoriztd lo announce W. B.
White, of Pfirgey, Oklahoma, ssacan-
aidute for the nomination lor Assessor
d Woodward County, subject to the
will of the Republican voters atthe pri-
m-ire in August.
We are authorized to announce D. H.
Cowers, ot Quinlan, Okla., as a candi-
i'ile lor the nomination for Treasurer
>f Woodward county, subject to the will
>1 the Republican volets as expressed
in the August primary.
We are authorized to announce W. B.
Tipton, of Woodward, as a candidate for
the nomination of County Assessor sub-
ject lo the will ot the Republican voters
it the f rimary to be held in August.
We are authorized to announce W. L.
1‘itimr.n as a candidate for re-nomina-
tion as County Superintendent of Wood-
ward county, subject to the will of the
Republican’voters at the primary to be
held in August.
We are authorized to announce C. E.
Iones as a candidate for County Weigh-
er of Woodward coonty, subject to the
will of the Republican voters at the
primary election. August 6th.
We are authorized to announce F. A.
While of Curtis, as a candidate for re-
uomination as Commissioner from the
First District, subject to the will of the
Republican voters at the primary elec-
tion in August.
votes of this amount, makes it all
the more probable that a dark
horse will be nominated by the
democrats. Should Congressman
Underwood go to Baltimore with
the support of a greater part of
the South and with New York’s
ninety votes favorable to him. he
would be a formidable factor.
POTATOES PROMISE WELL.
Potato growers in the Arkan-
sas valley have commenced to look
held sooner than two
years after the laRt election
was called. This time re-
striction is not recognized, how-
ever. by the people in recommend-
ing Hunt’s Lightning Oil for
Neuralgia. Rheumatism, Head-
aches, etc. For thirty odd years
it has been acknowledged to be
the best. Sold everywhere in 50c
and 25c bottles
IntereAt Paid oti Time C'ertificAtt* of DepoAit, I »nre or Fir-all.
We Dmh* Mhiiim Older*. Alii’tii'Mii llm.k'i* Aaaoi'IkIU'fc ti'ito.
CALL AND ACC OUA SAVINCA SANK*
Every Accommodation ConniAtent with Safe and C'onserMitive Bank "g.
WI SOLICIT VOWS ACCOUNT
SAFETY Lbf*')SiT BOXES FOR PENT
Oliver typewriter ribbons at the
Postoffice Drug Store. Price 50.
for nicker* and expect to (jet hun.|Jfie Gang’s All H»e
dreds of them from the berry I mtmammmmmamSrnms--
fields of Northwestern Arkansas
where the strawberry picking is They keep stringing in dav
now’ about over. The new potato1 a^ter d&>’- N° doubt many of
A convention of the Taxpayers
League will be held in Oklahoma
l’i l v to consider some means to
lesson the excessive taxation of
the present time. If a few dozen
of the unnecessary office holders
were deprived of their fat jobs it
w ould help some
crop will begin to move Jane 20
and most of the growers are ar-
ranging for pickers at that time.
Most of the potatoes w ill be dug
and shipped during the two weeks
following the twentieth of the
There are about 5,000 acres of
potatoes in the Fort Gibson-Web-
bers Falls district and they pro-
mise a big yield, though a little
rain w ithin a week would increase
the yield Pickers make from
$1.50 to $2.50 per dav picking and
sacking potatoes and frequently
there is much difficulty in getting
pickers during the short season. J®’
This will not be the case this
vear, however, # because of the
large number of available men
from the Arkansas berrvfields
where the crop attracted an un-
usually large army of itinerant
III TO SISWALWIT ST.,KANSAS CITY,MO.
Tht OM BiAatli Doctor OWut In Md UrimI local*A. A
rtfui* Orcduct* In .Modlt Inc. Ov«» .O V»»rV hpacljlpractice -
eOLM Ov#r 32 years In Kaarm City. ertarLiShc j IAA7.
£u!r«^trM Chronic, Narvous and Special Diseases.
CnrAA (MrintcoA or m"»*z rcfuartcA- XU ni*<tieiDc« f*rni>-h« d rcci.y for u»«— no
■acre dry or Injurious me li.it.e- iiitril No <tel«at:un 1 rain hus a«M. rotien: - At adt-taoe*
ire-tu-d by wail and cipr.ci. MedlcIneR i*«ot orcry whee. f-»* frain r«*ei«r broaLaai
Oh trcoclow. OverUi. meuoeuroil. Xf* aadoi**rifne« or* luio< nar.t. State you
ea*« and »ood tor itrms. l uuouUAtlon Into an J «ou04auu«1. i> rtona.iy ix by letiar
Seminal Weakness mn
fullloA aad oHM-oa—rau»lai oiitlit totroa
and Iorr ot iaauoi powar, plwptoa aad
blotehn no tba face, ooatuaed Idea* aa4
torreKulnoat.bARhri' a«M And • vvralon to
Noelety, ote.. oared tor ltfo. 1 »wp otchi
losoca, reatora oexual power, nerve and
brain power.rnlarfe atidatreifth-n weak
liarta and make y..u Hi for tuarrU,#. Seud
for free book aad lint of question*
detention front btselnees.Cure ytiarantcrd.
Book and Itetof que.tlon»freenent sealed.
cur<d i a o
few dtt«o wi bot.t i'»iu
or dabiter. Book fn-u.
▼out debility, wcakaeha of tbo iriual are
ten •to.,peraiaaeiitly cured witboutpal*
Stinhllla That terrlbl* dloeoao,
aypnms, All ill forme nod »io*r
__ ______________id itofrl,
fund for ilf* Hlood poitonlet and ail
print* dlteaaee permanently cured.
ROOK fer Ma*A a*i*0-D« p**e*, r
"-wWw picture*, wlik lull danciipllou
of above df-a-c, tba < feet * aad euro, oaot
nealed In plain wrapper —free.
CT leal All Beet tm tU hit
the Itfsrnada ft Mtuiu.
FRtt Murium or Xnatomt For minOi.lt
the fellow s you know’ have their
clothes made here. They cer-
tainly do if they have any inter-1
est in keeping up with the pro*
cession of progressive men w ho
like to look the part. If you
want the latest in style, the best
selection of fabrics, and a per-
fect fit in clothes, then follow’ the1
Have'jtst received my spring
and summer samples, comprising
about 900 select woolen fabrics.
Have all the latest weaves and
colors, over a hundred different
styles that they can be made up
Come in and inspect my
line. Satisfaction and a fit
FXUMttRS' HOR8K RKMKDY pO.. Central Bid*.. Kanrai City. Wo.
GAI.I. RKMEDY RurpaaeeR all others, harness, interfering, quniter
ooioa, ote. ft Ac Ter Box; ti Boxes $S A0.
COLIC RKMKDY, 6pa*raodtc. Klalulunt. rellevod with one dose; a *reat
savar. Il f.# fer Box; ft Boxes IS 00.
BYJC WASH, 60c I‘er Box; < Boxoa I2.0D; cash with ordor. Agent* Wanted
the pee of A troodlaxxtive, to keep the bowels open and prevent the poisons of unlisted
food from zotUngtntu yyjr system.
TIm* It test product of science is VELV’O Laxative Liver Syrup, purely vegetable, gentle,
reliable and ot a pleasant, aromatic taste. Volvo acts on the liver, as well as on the
stomach and bowels, and is of ti.e greatest possible efficacy In corvttpajtiofi, tndigestk-n,
biliousness, sick headache, feverishness, colic,ilatulence, etc. Try VF 1
B. C. BAXTER
Governor Cruces states that the
erection of the state capitol will
be commenced at an early date.
Commenced, ves; but finished
when? Oklahoma City will never
erect the state capitol building as
agreed. It is just a little strange,
however, that a few stones have
not been laid in the form of a
foundation ere this. When a few
loads of rock are placed on the
ground then watch for further
work to cease until the state fur-
nishes the money to proceed. It’s
all n bluff. —Pawhuska Capital.
TO TEST PROHIBITION LAW.
, IVT. ZD
Two miles South and three
miles east of Curtis Calls an-
The arrest of M. N. Cochrell, j swered Night or Day. Phone con-
general agent at Guthrie for the; nection.
Santa Fe railroad, because of his
refusal to open the company’s
books and reveal the names of the
persons to w’hom liquor is assign-
ed. is the origin of a test case to
the United States supreme court
for a decision of that section of
the Oklahoma prohibition law
which provides a penalty of fine
and imprisonment for agents of
railroads and express eompanie*
w’ho refuse to show’ their books
and records. Cochrell. following
his arrest, was released on his
GRAIN AND POULTRY nARKET.
Move On Now!
says a policeman to a street crowd
■cai. Active Ok *1
ThRM >rt the things which
will Make ■ man ot jour boy.
Secure his lively Interest and whote-
l's desckipmcnl by giving bln
Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturers
Book on patents. “Hints to inventors.” “Inventions needed.”
“Why some inventors fail.” Send rough sketch or model for
search of Patent Office records. Our Mr. Greeley was formerly.
Acting Commissioner of Patents, and as such had full charge of
the U. S. Patent Office.
The AMERICAN BOY
PUIrg vita fine reading wrildi fascinates boys.
Excellent Maries «f adventure, travel, history
and surrent events. Photography, stamps, slee-
trnlcd, and every lino la hanoeeiy with refined
home training; endorsed by no, KM be ye and their
parents. sZ£d |i.ea for a full year. On sol* at
all nce’»-atand«att»e*nta. *
INI SRtoUf PlMUSRWC Cfl. IM MlMIe Mg. MrsH MB.
( hanged every Wednesday bv
H. M. Covert.
Shelled Corn, per bu. _____________74c
Kaffir Corn, per bu............... 65c
Young Chickens, 11-2 to 21b. 17e
Chickens, lb............................... 08c
Butter, lb............... 17e
Eggs, dez.................. 10c
Cream ................... 19c
and whacks beaus if it don’t.
“Move on now.” says the big,
harsh mineral pills to bowel cog-
jestion and suffering follows.
Dr, King’s New’ Life Pills don’t
bulldoze the bowels. They gent-
ly persuade them to right action
and health follows. 25c at C. G.
Froth, lollaMo, Fata
ioaranttoA to Pitta*
Every Gardener and
riuaUir should leal the
superior merits of Our
Northern Grown Seeds.
FOR 10 CENTS
«e trill sen . postpaid «nr
I pkfr. Cu Pa* Iawria # # * * to*
I |4|. IftfAto Hut! I a It • * A a lOe
I teterf • • *
I |»h l .uh Arr.« k<n.l(tMMifA a a • Ik#
I |ll Llllfrth* RttiH IfHAAf • e * It**
xiwc ti UrtvlitlCMS Hotor 8—d» e . | tk*
Write UxWy’ N*irsd 10 r#nte te he1| p%f |wMa» and
parhiuf hut] rrthtv* Ih* »ht>v* ‘'Fanu* • rdriUrima,*' |o>
■ *4Us i *ith our New m»4 Instruetive n fluid*.
OKKAT MOBTHKKK SKEO C t*.
!Rt Mum- Ot RorkfonL lllinole
Persons having any kind of
,s!f,rk to sell should see McNeil &
H. M. Covert pavs the highest
market price for hides, furs and ^UCTRIC
GREELEY & lSFINTEE
WASHINGTON, D. C.
DR. A. TURNBULL.
E^wls prepared to do all brant hr a of Ltontlatry
Crown and Bridge work a sj*c.t>lty. All wor
warranted, fitve him a tali.
ornci otir MaATiveoK t inn,
J. B. Robinson,*********
• Professional ?
Made A New Man Of Him.
“I was suffering from pain in ntf
stomach, bead and back,” writes fTT
T. Alston, Raleigh, N. 0., “and my
lirer and kidneys did not work right,
but four bettiee of Electric Bitters
made ice feel like a new m-tn."
PRICE 60 CTt. AT ALL DRUG STORES.
S. B. LAUNE.
£ riuicssiuiiai :
i Embalmerand 9
x Undertaker, | Attorney-at-Law/
i WOODWARD, - OKLA. 5 _ . . . ,
The Bret Tonic,
JITTraS Family itrifefu?
All work done on sciectifle
principles and charge reason- ^
nhle Phones—Store No. 106.
Residence No. 127.
Practicing in all courts.
Over I*. O., W00DWiR9. (&
'i>LHLxL>i> • Oxixlxjqjqj
l Br. King'* New Discovery
- RILLS THE COUGH. CURES THE LUNGS.
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