The Curtis Courier. (Curtis, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 52, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 13, 1906 Page: 4 of 8
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tie Curtis courier
BAXTER 4 SON.
rUUKHDAY. UB' 18. MW*
It ia son Mum likely that lb*
f itntioaal aaaavatiaa win m*k*
am aaaatios ia Mm Ok la
boa a part of the m* state. W»
believe there ia at least tkm-
ebancaa for tbid to om aaainat ii
Tba convention haa almost got i<>
aaaba m« eonolioa oat of tba Ir
dtoa territory part aod aa that
dominates that body, tba eonotie*
will ba aa aaiall aa poas'ble. ao at
to giva tbaai ia tba fataiw all Hi*
adaaataga poaaibla Tba ebaaoa»
are ve»c atroug that it will gi
farther and aat up ibe vn| pat*
of tba aaw elate, bat r»r »br aam
reaaon that small eouotiea will br
■ada io tba eaatera eod, tbeeoon-
tiea oat bare will ha larger. For
inatauea, Woods and tbia eonuti
will bo eat in two, eeriainlv not
■ora than in three perta. Tfc.
aama will likely prevail in Beaver.
Tbia it oar gaeaa about the matter,
to are'efc and tea how tar out
prognostications fail It vonld tie
the beat thing the convention could
do to ant op tba new atate into
oonntiea, ao aa to taka the quea
tioo ont of politica, bat it ebould
Qfo the knife unsparingly, ao there
will ba no farther nee tor it in tbi»
ooo nact ion
The great battleehip Kantae,
named after the aanflower etate, i«
nearing completion at Camden. N
J. The Kauaaa ia 450 feet in
leugtb, or the length of a railroad
paaaanger train compriaiag an eu
gine, boiler, tender aud eix eogcbe«
From her keel to the top of her
■ignal maat ebe ia 140 feet high
New Mexico expects to aak eon
green for statehood tbia wiuter.
Territory wiil adopt a constitution
and preaent it to cougreaa bet nr*
askiug permission to become «.
state. It appeara that the other
way haa become unpopular since
the Indian territory ulique took
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The Indian territory clique will
divide the new stale to suit them-
selves u dearie evident, and the
crowds goiug there to intercede,
plead, prav or cn«a might just
about na well stay a wav and savei
Tba aaaond aunaal abow of lb*
Woodward i'ountv Poultry aud Pm
Htoeb aaaoeiataoa will be bald ta
Woodward. Ok la.. Dee 19,20,21.
22, 1906 Tbia show ia for the
parpoee of getting the breeders o
pat tbelr stock together for a com-
parison and to see and gat poeleJ
oa what it> taken to aooatitatp a
good bird aad to areata aa iateree'
ia aae of tba best paging aod moat
pieosani oeanpotioan ta ba foaad
aad one that ia not already over
done. Another feature of tbia
abow is, we will have space ia our
show room for breeders to pat ibeir
extra stock oa sale, thereby bring-
ing (he seller and the purchaser ia
contact with eaeb other. Wo as
pert every farmer ta taka ad van
• age of tbia feature aod make it a
line to pick oat soma good birds
"■ grade ap tba atoeh tbev may
ImVe Every breeder of pare bred
poultrv or pet stocks io tliie vertigo
of the county should make no sf
rort to be on bund with no exhibit
Oar Aral nunnal abow held last
winter was prononneed a success
bv everyone. Onr second annual
show will be better from every
point of view. W# have engaged
Judge O A. Stoner of Wichita,
Kaua., an expert judge of national
reputaiiou, to score the birds and
place the awards. Premium list
will issue Dec. 1st. Write the sec
retarv for n copy.
C. C. Uoao, Secretary.
Tw Delay Statehood.
Leading members of congress are
keeping close tab on the. proceed-
ings of l he Oklahoma constitutional
convention and the comments are
rather severe. The report ban
reached Washington that the con-
vention is simply burning money
np in the employment of nn armv
of useless employes and that a big
deficit ia almost certain The faot
that the convention declined to in
dorse the United States aonstitn-
lion aa the “supreme law.” and
failed to indorse the enabling act
at all. ia eanaing mneb adverae
criticism io Wuahingtoo. Some of
the congressional leader* predict
that unless the convention aekowl
edges the federal oonvtitntinn aa
the supreme law, that President
Koosevelt will withold hia procla
uiation making Oklahoma a state
swim, fkas wipfuiaa*
I BOOT. MOODV. VSm
oxonua. utiui a. vaw
l n. ran ox. uaw.
Try It Omen
Th-rc ia aqrr aetaal misery and
i*wa real danger in a e»ap of itekipg
akin dissase tbau anv other ailaHW
Haul's earn ia maaafaeturad ea
peeially lor these eases It ra
lieyea ioataailv and care* prompt
lv Abeolwlelv gaaraateed
Kin <4MPh I “,>M"
BLIC HI C. IK I6«i
CBplUI. Surplus and Undivided Profit*. IfiO.CCO.OO.
INTEREST FAIL ON 1 CMIIF'OltS OF
OP DEPOSIT-CREA1 OK SMALL.
Every Accommodation Extended eoit*i*iint with Snfe and
Connei votive Banking.
4^W* iaaac Money Ord*re— Americat* Bankers Aseoeiati«>t> Fi>ta>.
Call and ft" oar Having* Hsi k*.
r#«r Pasivcis. Vtrivi N. OKU beak.
Qivnt A WAT TO POTS Nil FOB
orrrnio ourao or nceacir-
TION8 FOB TUB WBKKLT
Aav bov who will seen re 10 saw
anHscriptioaa for The Kansas Pity
Weekly Journal at S5 rents a rear
each, making a total or 92 Ml. and
will send tba names together with
tba money to Toe Kaaaaa City
Journal will be given aa Air Rill*
pa a present. The rame name of
this Air Btlle ia the King, and it is
eertaialv the king of Air Bifiea
It is mada ot polished steal hand-
somely nickeled Genuine black
walnut stock, peep rser aad Kocky
Mountain front aight Shoot* BB
shot or darts accurately with great
force. Leogtb 81 tnehes, weight
2 pounds. All parts interchange
Now ia the time for the boy to
earn a splendid Air Bide This
offer will bold good nntil Jan 1,
TSeod for sampiea for cap
PDo not toil to write
name aod address plainly and give
yoar nearest express offlee, aa the
Air Hifla will have to he sbippedi
Bend yonr remittance by post-
offloe money order or draft, and
address Tks Kansas City Journal.
Kansas City. Ma.
W. M Holmes, g W Hors.
HOLHES & HOTZ,
- DEALERS IN--
DRY GOODS, Notions,
Boots, Shoes, Rubber Goods,
HATS AND CAPS.
NT. E. €
Five ivilvf south of Curtis.
Twelve yean experience aad guar-
antees satisfaction. Prices reasonable
E O Mcl’iotT, chairman of the
eoramittee ou public printing in
the constitutional convention, has
announced himself as favoriug the
establishment of a state printing
plant, which shall also print school
Citizens from all parts of Okla
boma, representing maov aod var
ied interests and advocatiug coun
tics ot all sorts and sixes, are still
flocking to Gutbris for hearings I
before tbs committee on oountvj
The J. M Guffey Petroleum Co.
is about to build a pipe line from
the Iudiau territory oil fields to
Port Arthur, Texas. The line will
be uearlv 500 miles long aud will
cost twelve million dollars.
Woods county is larger tbanaoy
of the New England states.
Pneumonia Follows a Cold
bnt oever follows the use of Foley's
Honav and Tar. It stops the
congh. heals and strengthens the
longs nod prevents puenmooin. Dr
I 8. Hant, Cnrtie, Okla.
The Farmers’ Elevator Hvstem
was orgnnised at Halina, Kansas,
in 1901. Farmera now own mote
than seven hundred co-operative
elevators in the middle west. The
• otai saving in running expense or
in the cost of marketing grain haa j
been enormous, and is said to be
three milltous in Kauaaa alone. It
appeara that grain growers will
soon he in a position to fix and
maintain a reasonable price on
Postage stamps of the issue.of
1907 pat on sale at 6,000 presiden
tial postoffices will bear on their
face the uame of the atate and city
in which the postofflee is situated
The chtef reason for this innova-
tion is said at the postofflee depart
ment to be the belier that it wall
help to do away with the big post
fflee robberies and* make it much
easier to trace criminals.
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A provision requiring the legis
ature to provide lor the sale of Ike]
surface of all school lauds to the
highest bidder, reserving the min-
eral rights for the state to operate)
and control, and giving lessees the
preference right to purchase the
snrfaoe on twenty years’ time, has
been introduced into the constitu-
tional convention an 1 ia not wholly
a bad measure.
L. P. NORTHUP,
Jewelry, Silverware. Eyes Tasted
SANTA FE R. R.
Train, earryisc pawaaMM d.p*rt trmm tka
CurtU itatloa aa fallow.:
Mall Bad Bzpraaa----------Ml a. at
Aesoanodatioa aad Mall_________ 1:06 a. m
Loeal Pi»l.ht___________________ .: 0. a. w
Mall aad RxprM.___________ U:Ma. m
Aaeomwodatioa aad Mall______(:« p. ■
HARBT STARK. Amt.
W. W. PARSONS,
I Fanu Loans, insurance t
1 MID (OLUCnillS. i
2 Hacen farm loans for the Union Centra) Life ft
ft Insurance Co. and writer insurance for the Union ft
ft Mutual Insurance Co of Oklahoma—the safiet and
ft cheapest insurance. Also, handles Real Estate and S
w makes collections of all kinds. ™
Office la Stark Bulldlag, CURTIS, OKLA. W
lit door East of Drug Store, Curtis, Okla.
Everything the market affords for the table and clean beds for
guests. Give ma a call.
MRS. L. HARDIN, Prop
J. W. COURTNEY & CO.
GENERAL AGENTS FOR THE
Gklfsbarf • Broom * Coro • /Wbiijery.
A FULL LINE OF REPAIRS ON HAND.
- AMO RINOWOOD, OKLA.
OFFICES AT BA<
For short time will work for half price.
First class work guaranteed.
Cures Biliousness, Sick
Headache, Sour Stom-
ach, Torpid Liver and
Cleanses the system
thoroughly and clears
sallow complexions of
Laxative Fruit Syrup plmple* *nd bk*che*-
It la guaranteed
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The Curtis Courier. (Curtis, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 52, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 13, 1906, newspaper, December 13, 1906; Curtis, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc405428/m1/4/: accessed November 14, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.