The Curtis Courier. (Curtis, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 13, 1910 Page: 2 of 10
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"I *r tl.fi old t»rl > uiithlde oJ
Flunkvilii- till rdllai'ffd
"Y* h, and ibr iu« it council can't
u» di-ibtand It. \Ye had Juat giv«n that
brtdgf a coat of paint. Why, It looked
like new."—IxmU\U1<- Courier Journal.
In all ita form* ani'.iig all arc* of i. r-e*.
a* »»ll .1- il'v * i.11 l it i 1 - in -aiue
atal.it- | ifM-nt.-il frmii In. ii,,. .It. ,.«•
with M’olIVS Dip'll Ml'l li t I UK
K»«i > iiio.-i>n
hntih-a sold la.t j< ir * .Vi mi I $| uo. Any
g,“*l dnin. i-t. or tend to minufactarata.
Airrnt. ia.»ii,' i| S|..iiin Mel.. I t hpec
Cuiitariif-ia Ih«* . ti- -lien, li.J.
It la a rhanie for people who hav<*
In their live* u ct»ixr1out>ti.,HS of loro
and character and courage, to fall In
to the wauteful folly of unhappiness
about the unltnpoi taut. Maigarct lb'
The falwe prophet has both eyes on
WHY NEW CIILHANS SUITS /6JUKST STANDARD OIL
CITY IS LOGICAL POINT FOR
WORLD S PANAMA EXPOSITION.
ACCUSED OF VIOLATING KANSAS
______ ANTI TRUST LAW.
Its Geographical Position and Many
Other Considerations Mark It aa Attorney General Jackeon Allege*
Most Suitable Spot for Dodi- That th#
cation of Groat Work. Vtolatod Slnco ISO*.
There is no use trying
to keep well with imperfect
digestion, dogged bowels
and sluggish liver, 'l ake
a short course of the Bit-
ters. It always corrects
such ills and greatly im-
proves your general health.
These Are the Very Latest
To quick!? In trod tie* our n#»w and npto-dato
lino of 4'iirdft, urn will for the n« xt 20 d»> h send
absolutely free thi« choir* Resortnient t*f 5 Ar-
tistic i'nitls, including Hirthduy, t'hrikttniis.
Kotos Olid Honors. Best WUlies wild flood Lurk.
If yon answer thin r 1 I mined lately and tend 2r
Rtamip for |Mistngo. ThoVo lovely Art I’ost I'urd*
In IteAiUifiil colors And extgulKiio gold cniU>»*t d
designs, comprise thn prettiest and most at-
tractive collect inn ever offered. With each set
we include nnr siksmrI plan for getting u Idg
Post Card AIhuin and 40 additional extra fli o
canls of yonr own •odection FIlKK. TMrfisc
lal limited advert slug offer good only 20 days.
Write Inimedlit* Iv. !’*>»• the coupon below:
ART POST CARD CLUI.IS1 Jicktsn St.Topska.Ksa.
Fnrlneed find Yc stamp. P’ratc send »n« tlm Cuutplrts
ssl of Ays latest sty Is p st cards as described.
Your Health Worth?
You start sickness by mistreating nature
and it generally shows first in the bowel1
and liver. A loc box (week’streatment)
of CASCARKTS will help nature help
you. They will do more—using them
regularly ua you need them—than any
medicine on Earth. Get a box today;
take a CASCARET tonight. Better in
tire morning. It’s the result that makes
millions take them. ggi
CASOARFTS IOC a bo* for • week’s
treatment, all druggists. Biggest seller
w the wot Id. Million boxes a mouth*
WE NEED ™ "™kl" ■"*
and Railroad work. Positions are
waiting as soon as the course is com-
pleted. Write for our new catalog.
ARKANSAS CITY BUSINESS COLLEGE and SCHOOL
of TELEGRAPHY. Arkansas Cily, Kan., Box 2002
, , HAIR BALSAM
riesn«r« and beautifies the hair.
rroiiu»t«s a luxuriant growth.
Never Faili to Bcatora Uray
Hutr to its Youthful Color.
Cure* ffcalp t! eras. « a hair tailing,
__^jc1s_nd 111 ■»at I Yruggiatg_
IS THE NAME
Or THE BIST MEDICINE
for COUCHS & COLDS
Thompson’s Eys Watsr
Public sentiment has decided that
the completion of the Panama Canal
In 1915 shall be celebrated with a
(treat International Kxixmltlon In
ahleh all the nation* of the world
may | urtlri|iate; and the quctitlon of
wiiere Mil* Kx|H>*ltion U to be held
will he settled by ('(.tigress at Its ap-
New Orleans and San Francinco
are contesting fur the honor of hold-
ing thi* Kxpoaltion, and both cities
have guaranteed Immense minis of
money as an evidence of their ability
to finance go great an enterprise.
An Kxposition worthy of the terra
"World's Fair,” such as New Orleans
proiwiseg to build, will he a great ed-
ucational movement. Its success aa
such, however, will depend entirely
upon the percentage of our popula-
tion who can secure Its educational
advantages, this In turn, depends up-
on Its location, as the time in travel-
ing to and from the Kxitoaitlon, and
the coat In railroad and Pullman
fares, are the most Important factors.
Considering these matters. New
Orleans' rlaima to being the "Logi-
cal Point" for this Panama Exposi-
tion, seem to be fully substantiated
by the following farts: —
New Orleans Is BOO miles from the
center of population In the United
Rtates. San Francisco Is 2,500 miles
Within a radius of BOO miles from
-New Orleans there are 17,500,000
people Within the same radius from
Ran Francisco there are only 2,000,000.
Within a radius of 1.000 miles from
New Orleans, there are 65,000,000.
Within the same radius from San
Francisco there are only 6,000,000.
At an average of 900 miles from
New Orleans, there are 70 of our
principal cities with a combined
population of 20,000,000. Averaging
900 miles from San Francisco there
are only 8 large cities, with a com-
bined population of Just 1,000.000.
The average distance of all these
cities to New Orleans Is 792 miles,—
to San Francisco 2,407 miles.
Over 75 per cent, of the people of
the United States could go to an
Exposition there at au average ex-
pense for railroad fare of 112.50, as
ngainst an average of $37.50 to the
Pacific Coast; and for several mil-
lions of our people, the Pullman
fare and Dining Car expenses alone,
for a trip to San Francisco, would
amount to more than all their trans-
portation expenses for a trip to New
This Is an Important public ques-
tion to be settled by Congress at the
session which convenes In December.
Many of our readers will wish to
visit this World’s Panama Exposi-
tion, and if held In New Orleans a
groat many more could spare the
time and money for the trip than
could go to San Francisco. There-
fore, we urge our readers to write to
the two senators from this State and
the congressman from this district,
requesting them to support New Or-
leans lu the contcsL
Topeka. Kansas —Fred 8. Jackson
, attorney general has filed three suits
| (o collect $166,200 from the Ktacdard
Oil company of New Jersey and the
, three subsidiary couipauiea doing
buaiueaa in Kansas for alleged viola-
• tiona of the Kansas anti trust law.
1 This amount Is $100 a day for each
company for 554 days since April 2.
I 1909, when the law went Into effect.
The suits are brought against the
Standard Oil company of New Jersey,
the parent company; the Hlandard
oil company of Indiana, the refining
and aeliiug agency; the Standard Oil
company of Kanaaa, the producing
company, and the Prairie Oil and Uas
company, the transportation part of
the big company In Kanaaa It la
charged that the three companiea and
the New Jeraey corporation have an
agreement aa to the prices to be paid
for oil and the prices at which kero-
sene and gasoline are to be sold and
that there is no competition between
any of the companies doing buaineaa
In this state.
GOV. HUGHES HAS RESIGNED
Queer questions come over the tele-
phone to the newspaper offices. Here
was one that the man who chanced
to answer the phone had put up to
him the other day:
'Say," began the unknown seeker
after the truth, "do you—do you re-
member who it was that killed Abel?"
"Why, Cain, of course,” replied the
newspaper man, who put In several
years at Sunday school. "Who'd Ju
"Well,” observed the man at the
other end In an annoyed tone, "doggon
if I ain't gone and made a fool o' my-
self. Course It was Cain, now that
you mention It, but I made a two to
one bet with a fellow that 'twas
Goliath, and now I’ll have to go with-
out a new overcoat, I reckon, this next
winter."—Cleveland IMaln Dealer.
He Immediately Left For Washington
Whoro Ho Assumes Duties of
Albany, N. Y. — Charles E.
Hughes retired from the governorship
of New York state, submitting to the
legislature a resignation that will take
its place as one of the briefest official
documents on record. It says:
To The legislature:
I hereby resign the office of gover-
"Charles E. Hughes."
Mr. Hughes Immediately left for
Washington where on Monday he ts to
assume the duties of a justice of the
United States supreme court and per-
haps later the exalted office of Presid-
ing Justice to take the place of the
late Chief Justice Fuller.
Through Virginia and Tannosaaa tha
Crowds wore as Qraat aa
Knoxville, Tenn.—Col. Roosevelt
reached Knoxville after a stop at
Bristol, Va., whera he launched Into
a defense of his new nationalism and
told the crowd that he waa fighting
the bosses In New York. He found
the crowds that turned out for him
all the way through Virginia and
Tennessee to be equally demonstra-
tive as those on the western trip. The
former president made brief speeches
from the back platform of his private
car at Chilhowie and Spring, Va.;
Johnson City, Abingdon, Washington
college, Greenville, Norristown and
Jefferson City, Tenn.
SAFETY APPLIANCE AGREEMENT
Trouble in the Troupe.
"They've hnd a frightful time In the
No. 5 Tom company. Hear about It?”
"Dusted an’ walkin' back. That'e
right. Went to smash on the Vin-
cennes Circuit. Utility feller they
picked up at Sawvllle got mad ’cause
lie was doubled as Marks ail' a blood-
hound. an' sawed the legs off the lad-
der, an' Eva fell out o’ heaven an*
landed on Papa St. Clair, an’ Simon
Degree landed on Unc’ Tom, an’ the
real dog bit a hole In Aunt Ophelia,
(in’ there was merry hades to pay un-
til the local manager called the patrol
wagon and had the whole bunch
dragged up the pike and dumped In
the woods. An’ the worst of It was
there was a record house with nine-
teen good dollars In the box!”
A Definite Standard Has Been De-
termined After Years of Effort-
Will Cost Roads $50,000,000.
Washington, D. C.—Definite stan-
dards of safety appliances to be at-
tached to railway cars and locomo-
tives finally have been agreed upon
after nearly a third of a century of
It is estimated that the proposed
changes in equipment will cost the
railroads about $50,000,000. The agree-
ment was reached by a committee ap-
pointed last week by the Interstate
Commerce commission after a two
The committee consisted of 15 men,
equally divided between representa-
tives of operating departments of the
railroads; safety appliance Inspectors
of the commission and railroad opera-
How can a woman he expected to
have any regard for the truth when
she Is obliged to promise to obey la
the marriage ceremonyT
SHORT LIFE FOR KING ALFONSO
Court Physician Admits He Has Mal-
ady That Will toon Result
Madrid, Spain.—It is said that the
court physicians have admitted that
King Alfonso is suffering from caries,
a destructive disease of the bone and
that Dr. Moudre, the noted Bordeaux
specialist, has been able to retard the
progress of the ldease only slightly.
One of the highest medical authorities
is reported to have said that the dis-
ease will eventually wholly incapaci-
tate the king If it does not cause his
death within a few years.
No Fight Pictures at K. U.
Lawrence, Kas.—Acting Mayor W.
E. Hazen gave Instruction! to the chief
of police to atop the Nelson-Wolgast
fight pictures which were to be shown
at a theater here.
SAM) BY THE YOUNGSTERS’A LITTLE TOO PRIMITIVE
Bright Remarks Worth Fra-
serving. That Have Fallen From
A little girL after listening to the
Mb heaven there stands an
ever open door," remarked that there
must be two heavens, "'cause grand
ma d sever had any open door where
•he la.” And a dear little country
laddie, visiting a city Sunday school
and hearing about the "many man-
sions” of the better land, later ex-
plained that they had been “studying
all about ‘Paradise Flats.’ ”
Ecclesiastical mode* and matters
frequently are puzzling to the little
ones. A small Chicago cl tires waa ta-
ken to n fine church, where the music,
windows, furnishings, and all acces-
sories were aa Impreeelve aa the build-
ing. The minister, living up to his
enviable reputation as an orator. In-
dulged la n brilliant rhetorical flight.
”1 know," he declared, "who gilds
the aun and silvers the start and
paints the flowers and tints the aky
and lends to the rivers their beauty,
to the ocean Its glory, to the shies
their perfect light.” and so on through
long and effective periods. Finally
came the Interrogatory climax: "Who
la It, my friends, who performs all
these wonders? Who la It? Who?"
From the front pew where the baby
listener hnd been all eager attention
came a shrill, disappointed pipe:
"You said you knew!”
Managing a Husband.
Men are like children; they want
managing, although you must never
let them dream that you think so. No
child likes to be ordered about, no
man will endure coercion. But man-
aging! It la an art so subtle, so elu-
sive, that few women understand even
the rudiments of It. Slaters mine, let
us reason together, says Woman’s
Life. In every human being there la
a spark of the divine; It la youra to
fan that spark Into a flame—that la
managing a man—It la to get the very
beat out of him there la to have, and
not two women In ten can do It,
Do not think that there la anything
unworthy In managing a man—to
bring out the best la a high vocation.
Only let us aee to It that we are
worthy of It. There are women who
have made angele of men, but at the
coat of their own divinity. There la
room for more than one unselfish per-
son In a family.
A Kansas woman wants a dlvoroe
because her husband throwa bricks at
her. No man has a right to throw
anything at his wife but bouquets and
■bo wins U la simply Ualnln* sad Iron la a t**t*-
l*i* fora.^JTh*, ^nlnTn*^driT**^ o*t th^malart*
Swim' form 7**rm* Vrto* HaUk
Consulting the Playwright
"My star can wiggle bla ears and
whistle through his teeth.”
"Now, can you build me a first-class
comedy around that?"
Inatant Relief for All Eyes,
that are irritated from dust, heat, sun or
wind, PETTIT S EYE SALVE, iic. All
druggists or Howard Bros., Buffalo, N. Y.
If It had not been for his lantern
and the tub he lived In, probably
Diogenes would never have been heard
RID CROSS BALL BLUB
Should be in every home. Ask your grocer
for it. Large 2 oz. package only 0 cents.
A careless philosopher says a man
never knows who his friends are un-
til he hasn’t any.
Itorchlldran teatblu. (often*tb«^:um£ raise** In.
•»M*i*Uonjill**» **Jn.onr*«windouilo. %c about*
Some men try to save money by not
paying their debts.
There are imitations, don't be fooled.
Aik for Lewis’ Single Binder cigar for 0c.
An optimist believes In mascots; a
pessimist believes In hoodoos.
Beth Arrangement heme thing
ef e bheck te the
August Belmont, at a dinner la Sara-
toga, praised the seaside towns of
"Hut some of them," he added, "are
a little too primitive. "1 remember a
story about the primitive town of
Rockford. Rockford had a rough bath-
ing establishment, with a shower bath.
You stood In your bathhouse sad
pulled a rope and n deluge of cool wa-
ter descended from the celling.
“Well, n lady visitor stood one day
In her bathhouse, ready for tha show-
er. She pulled the rope and braced
herself, but no shower followed. She
gave the rope another tug, when the
gruff voice of the sailor proprietor of
the establishment sounded from alofL
" 'Stand a p'int more to the nor-eaat.
mum,' It said. If yo want to get tha
“And the horrified lady, looking up,
saw the old sailor frowning Impa-
tiently through a hole la the celling
and tilting a barrel of sea water for
He Came by It Honestly.
"Iiend me your pencil, Johnny." The
small boy handed It over and teacher
continued to correct the exeroleee of
the class. When she finished she suf-
fered a sudden lapse of memory and
laid the pencil away In her desk. Aa
■be stood up to excuse the class she
encountered the scornful faze of John-
ny* eyea. Rising in his seat ho fixed
her with an accusing forefinger and
uttered the single word “Graft!”
Johnny's father writes for a cur-
r\ <’r \ imi
Mill llivil -i
.uni iin up
111•’ i'.hi ii mil
111 i i'l:t’, r 11, >f | v\ s
W. L DOUGLAS
Mxro broo, «uo, tsjw, asjo, mao, mab
aoYrts.oo.tuo a h.oo '
FOR SO YEARS
They an abeolntsly the
most popularasd bcstshccs
for tho pzteo la Amorica.
when because they hold'
their shape, fit better,
look better aad wear lsa>
for than other nukes..
They an positively the I
Most dcobomIcaI ikon for TOO t
end the n tad price an ataaped
on th* bottom — valo*jniarant**d.
rang no auMrrriiTRi u i
( no (UHTITimI If m a««w
Gtmii&i Mb« Signature
Is judged by his
The stomach It a larger factor la "Hie, liberty aad the par-
suit of happiness'’ than most people are swan. Patriotism
•■■ withstand banger but not dyspepsia. The eoafirmed dye*
peptio " is fit lor treason, stratagems aad spoils." Tho moa
who gone to ths front lor his country with a weak etomneh
will be a weak soldier sod ■ fault finder.
A sound etomneh makes for good citire—sip aa well as b*
health and happiness.
Diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion aad
antritioo me promptly and permanently cured by the use of
0A PIERCE'S COLDER MEDIO XL DISCOVERT.
It SmllSa ip tts body with vmmE flssfi ud
The dealer who offers n substitute for tho " Disoovsry " la
only seeking to make the little more profit realised on tho
■sis of leu meritorious preparations.
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Mediosl Adviser is seat frtt
on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing en/y. Send
21 one-cent stamps for the paper covered book, or 31 stamps
for ths cloth bound. Addreu World’s Dispensary Medical
Association, R. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y.
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