The Curtis Courier. (Curtis, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 52, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 18, 1909 Page: 2 of 6
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The Curtis Courier »Anmui, mu.u«ni.
Ifctt and Sleep.
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li has finally da ward upon the Few escape th«we miserie* of B*pg&lldtS FfilfdH by Depositors Slate Gtlir^rdee Fdhi
■ lieople of Mis state that if rail- w nter a bad told, a distressing
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roads are built there must lea ctugh Many remedies are recom
than (re in the constitution. Mr. mended, but the one quickest
Dorset I ’arter turns the nuiiler and lie*t of all is Simmon's Cough
ui> as follows: Syrup. Soothing and healing t>
"It is impossible for new lines the lung*and bronchial |>assasres.
__ __ to secure the money with which it stops the cough at once and
. Krra, wriu- „„ for .l„«.„h «* forth* •*.*,„ ,h„ in- Kiv«yoUw.k-OT»re.W„dpen<*-l
\S McNeal of Guthrie has reach-1 ve“U)ni ran not he made to be
eu this oflice. Joseph wants to be beve that short, independent
the republican candidate for gov- lines will |>ay, and unless there
erntir. and it was no use for him ** a I»noh|»ect that the lines can
Iasi OI.OEST HANK IN WUOOXT API) COi NTV I*'*.
fll'KSDAY. NOV lx. 1M».
*• "*4 «t ta* *•«<*■>-• ■. u/.il *.**• a>an»'
e*h.,*k#J *>*r« Tuu**4a, nil i*i i»i
I* *».4 ta a4tao** at tt-'JU ..a tlm*
OI.DfcS r BANK IN *0< M>\\ AKL> CQL,N , y
p. ful sleep.
to send us that puff of himself.
It is not likely that we will for-
lie sold to the older and stronger
companies, the money to build
get him. Likewise the people of them can not be obtained. It is
this county. He was interested also true that the existing line*
in the building of the flimsey can not make extensions, because
court house in Woodward. ; u,uler the constitution, they are
-a- forbidden the right of eminent;
The state constitution provides domain and can not condemn ai
that the state debt shall at no right of way.
'time exceed $100,000. and yet wej "This proposed amendment to I
Ibid that the present administra- the constitution will cure both of > |
tion has an outstanding warrant these evils, and it is confidently
indebtedness of $1,200,000 and a believed that within thenexttwo
(••funding bond indebtedness of
, 1 000.000, says Joseph McNeal.
of (Iuthrie, one of the liest (Misted
men on the state's finances in all
years 2.500 to 3,000 miles of new
rood will be built in the state. E 91
You can readily see what this: *=—
will mean to the people of this Jgj^g
“I know what is good
for young and old peo-
ple,writes Mrs. uara
Dykstra. a trained nurse
of South Bellingham,
Wash., “and will say that
I consider Cardui the best
medicine for girl? and
women. It makes them
feel like new persons, re-
lieves their pain and reg-
ulates womanly troubles.
“Both my daughter and I
received gieat benefit.’*
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STMT* AND COUNT* OCM'iSlT MV
Interest Paid i« Time < Vrt.luatis of lV|i.;t, 1 argi tr Small.
VX’** I •»*»»■ tliilvo, A *t, i i-m ii AI »•••! Kkiih
CMil *NO tCC Oi* OAiINGS LANK*
Kvery Accommodation Consistent with Safe i.;id (onset .iitivo I'i.nVng.
Wt MOUCIT VOUM AfCCUNT
SAFfcfY IhPOSil B< l.v-s FOR KIM
A Boy or Ciir!
Can Ham .as Much as a
community and toothers who are
*’» • . , .in a like condition sufferingfrom
State School Super,ntenden a #f ution faci,j.
( ameron says the report that! ||eH •»
graft was used in locating the'
fourth diutrirt ..Heultur.1 rehool pk1«h«ma will iro republ.cn
is "imfamouH nlnnder." If no « lht "*« «t«e elwtion by at
Kraft was uned in the lectin, of,le*,t major,ty.
'.says Bird S. McGuire of Pawnee,
that school, it is about the only.,, , , „ ,
Mate business that has b,e„ °nKrcsMnanfrorathe SratOk-j
transacted without a .raft 'ahem, dlrtrict Thrp.rlidv;
_ .. and extravagance of the present (
Sensational charges that Mar-j8*ate administration, the unbusi-
low lost the district agricultural nt>88 like management of state
school in the Fourth district be-;affai™ and the extremely high;
cause it refused to put up $1,500 ;taxes resulting therefrom, to-,
of bribe money are made by W. the bad name given !
B. Anthony, secretary to Cover-
The Woman’s Tonic
As a medicine for fe-
male trouble, no medi-
cine you can get lias the
old established reputation,
that Cardui has.
Fifty (50) years of suc-
cess prove that it has
stood the greatest of all
tests—the test of TIME.
As a tonic for w eak wo-
men, Cardui is the best, be-
cause it is a woman's tonic.
Pure, gentle, safe, re-
liable. Try Cardui.
We want boy* mill girl* \vh»* want to rum tuonrx to illicit
jsubscription* t« The Kansas City dieekty Star, i>«»iri hoi-
Jtate lieeause you are youn/, ns you can do the mik a-
!readily »h older jiemoiiH and xve will pay you ju-l the same.
j The Kansas City Weekly Star t h** Ust known week lx-
, newspaper in the West and your tpaiv '.ime sj:c*nt workinj;
j for it will pay yon handsomely, not in toy*, watehr- or
■other hiiuII wares, hut in easlt. AYiite to-day for term*
and full infoiniutioii. Addi-e**
THE KAN5AS CITY WEEKLY STAR,
Kansas City. Mo.
abroad by the democracy will all' - --------
nor Haskell and representative have their effect on election day i . xoncr row real.icatia.n
of Stephens county
in the state
and result in republican suprem- j
acy at the tiolls.
The Family Reading Problem.
t»*pif*wi»n« ut »h» lei»r,*r. /
l.»,d I a • ■< Wuudnor, . Ok.. (
<i-t. ».»>••. I
Si,lit* U ktrvhp C‘V»* tl*»f XV»li*r K. C«rt*r of
Cartia. Okt*.. ati. rn AUv !«. 1»N7. mad* H. F.
S«..... fin N'ihii' J*. t 'WB.hlp S4 K..
It»*(* itw. ri'dWn Mrrltii.n h*. Hlr4 n«t,r* of
iuUuttnn f, m»k* flvu.l riinim'ilatiou |,roof »o
MUhllil, -lalni loth* load »h«io **(prih*<l. hr-
f„r* W. B. Tlpl-n, l>. H. lV>mB,*.i».ar Wr.tern
Id.t , Okt*.. >< Q<i1bI*p, Oku. »■ lhr 7th il»y of
liw*n, lur. IIHh)
ClaimMit linin'. «. wlt«t»M,«: Jiau F. Car
t*r. H.ury |i*v* Huuthlop. Will Old*,
of CitrU*. Okln
•iKO D OltNKK. K.nut.r.
Secretary Wilson has issued a
statement pointing out that the
United States government is| To find reading that satisfies
spending in the neighborhood of |one’s craving for the bright and
$18,000,000 a ye.'r on experimen- attractive, and is at the same
tal work in increasing the yield j time perfectly suitable for inl-
and efficiency of farms of the pressionable young people, is at,
•country. ; times difficult. The best maga-:
;zincs are admittedly published)
After years of courting the for mature readers only. The _
dock Island railroad company ha. You, h'8 Companion alone is for j EftKUfc.fe&tTWSA
treed itself from the hir fine im- al, tht family. While the ««to(*ISRgftSt?TtSXTJUS tSS“.*S
posed on tt in territorial days for: keep in mind u,, degire of; jKa!S'aS^a^,JUU%iSto'fiS:! ■ ■
shipping quail. 17,e> supreme,the you„e fw 0f action^ . .
court found a loophole for the|,nter|>ri,e and ^.enture, thB*i*S»’l5S«“rrViX.,3rSiUl,|llll fllld
railroad company to crawl out. 8torie, in Thp Companion are ao ■ 2 J ■Sat'aMl -r—
well written as to fascinate men I
FIRE or STORM
May destroy your property at any time. Let me
protect you against them. I write insurance.
Chas. G. Baxter, Curtis, Okla.
Representative, Pioneer Insurance Co., Oklahoma, Ck.
the ir* of a roodlawtive, to keep the boweL? open and prevent the poisons of undi^-sted
tood from gettiiiginto your systeui.
biliousness, tick headache, jweriAne», cchc,flatulence’ etc.' Try VF l
KoTICK FOR HITULICATION.
l'*Martm*nt *f th- Int.nor |
l.»nd Oiec *1 Woodward Okla. I
Not. It. ItM |
l* hereby given that WinHel.l M \V»aley i
nf ( urli*. Ok . who. <>■ Nov. tl ISU'.', mad* bulp" !
‘ " T. *i.
Tonkaxva emplovs no teachers , . „ . -,
. , , . and women m all stage* of life s
above the seventh grade and'. ....... , .
journey. And thi* is true not only1
NuTICK roit HlBLICATlOK.
send* its advanced pupils to the
Preparatory school in the same
town. The state pays the ex-
(>en*es of the Preparatory school.
|,*M*rtwenl oi th* lutarior I
IjaUm VftSevnt Wood—atd.Okl*. V i
w*m( l», t»w. ) I
Notie* |* h*rohyglv*n th«« Juha It. It*l«*ir**f ‘
Cartta. Okt* who o* 8ept 4. I00C. made hooi* )
»t**d *atrr No MOW. for ut*4. Mmiiou It Tows- )
• hip ii N . h*B(« It w. Indian M.ndian ha* I
of the fiction in The Companion.
but of the entire contents. The ____________
articles, by famous writers, con-1 ^7.'I
Ivey knowledge that is useful to j •nT^^rd^k^^Vh.^'h i
Fridav the wise8t an<1 mofit experienced 14«Sh£l7TJ5l; uwi. w Bit *
oiirned nardons for fortv-one cor- as wel1 118 10 the immature. In I Stc.4?.'^Au
tngned pardon* for tortj -one cor.- romnanion solves the1 'iKO u 0RK*!K 1
victs (in the state penitentiary. sno“* me tom pa mon solves tne
restoring their citizenship as well, ^ead*n^ problem for the entire ; notice k(»r r::Bi.i<nation.
«oaring their release. ‘'j « 8 fJ^dT^^.j
Governor Haskell on
Kills Her Fee Of 20 Years.
"The most merciless enemy
had had for 20 years,
Mm. Jamas Duncan of Haynea- ''v^cti^': Ca'icn,iar
vine. Me., was Dyspepsia. I * . tu1A ________, , •
Every new subscriber will find!
| »>(ll (•"« »»NM, *• PIT II (V, I .VI,
.. , • . i mad* h«!*<at*BU>**try No. 1W7. f*r **l ■*><.
it of special advantage to send at < •*"<•>!■ 2. «'«»■*•!> » n. Kan*, u «. i»di*n
Moridian ha* died Mil.* nf lnt**ti*n te make
<!■*) Is* jvar | rj.«,f, fn *>Uh)i*ll claim I* th*
Uatl al,»rv described h*frre Krgl.tar and K*
,, jgc|arga once Lbe $1.75 for the new 1910
Volume. Not only does he get the Vu««' u«m,' *i w^iV*N.T>kiil.
••n ii,* h»ih day of Novambar, 19CV.
... , ,, . . . v.v..... ____—____ Claimant ram*, a* alWene* IVarl M*(**n
vile, Me., was Dyspepsia. I fofl lithographed in thirteen! ,,row
suffered intensely after eating or co)org an(J ^ but al, the igsueg n j
drinking and could scarce y ,ftf tbe (_’ompanjon for the remain-; notick p<»r rmucATioN . j
rieer. After many remedies had . weekR of 1909 from t he time t, „ JffwW I 1
railed and several doctoragave'. ..
ine suDscnpuon is receiveo. i N.„.# „ h,reliy rWf. that Mal „ |lanp,,;B
The Youth's Companion. Xl'si ». r^„^\
Companion Bnlg. Boston. Mass. Tl?
New Sulisciiptions Received at ’“rVr TV.
this Office •i,kl-l,nw* at l,i* at tdainlan. Okln , ud ,ha
We are prepaired to han-
dle all kinds of Grain at
Highest Market Price.
We sell Rock vale Can-
We buy all kinds of Live
Stock in marketable con-
dition. Receive any day
in the wreek.
Curtis Grain Co.
R. Ludwick, Stock Buyer.
J. C. Trost, Grain Buyer.
me up. I tried Electric Bitters,
which cured me completely. Now
I can eat an\ thing'. 1 am 70 years
old and am overjoyed to get my
health and st rength back again. ’
For Indigestion, Loss of Appetite, j (Ict your faIe bills printed at
Kidney houble. Lame Back, fe- ^’olJRjER office and take ad-. --
male Complaints its unequaled. vanUge of the notice in the HEE’S LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP’
Only S0c at LS; Hunt ••._ jpaper. For R in this countv i *‘u«»w °°tD*
Andy McGuire lta» sold his Tark the notice i* worth more as an Pinesalve AC1SMum»rtfL,Ct i
LUc’ at Newkirk. advertisement ihen the bills Carnalized rt**f4»»u*iMf£A«
* 4»y of So,*mh*r It'd
t naman *• — ltn,"»«, «.»l»«|.y A. i
1 <(T , I**... J H-fl, Oa*»r A. Danphin hh*p |
», rc I. )I|„« Uttinlioi, tik.1*
, pr.f !• OKKSK »,**..»*r
b la • vmjt MridR mattar Waak
for mm msdtefaM and hm the
wrong cm given yoo. For thie
mean w urge ytn in baying
to be oreful to get the genuine—
The reeatatkm of this eU, reUe>
bio medldnr, fcr constipetion, in-
illreelinn anAUvcr trouble, is Srm-
ly eeMbHahid. It doea not imitate
other meiliclim It ie better then
otbere, or it weald not be The fa-
vorite Krr powder* with ■ larger
ute then all othar* oembiaed.
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National Sewing Machine Ck
* BcMdera. lit *
Pnysician and ^raem.
Spciai Attention (ivca to Chrom* Diaaaoa*
Okoictaicaaod Diaaasoaof woman an* clitMrta
Otticad.y, Thurtdnyt .rom t to I p m. Olfiti
Aayall conaultatioai and «aamiB*tiea«lr*r 01
to* *»iw«»«* ,6 mjl** SoM|bo»*t el Cart,*.
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The Curtis Courier. (Curtis, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 52, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 18, 1909, newspaper, November 18, 1909; Curtis, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc405366/m1/2/: accessed October 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.