The Curtis Courier. (Curtis, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 3, 1908 Page: 4 of 10
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I lie Curtis Courier
Where Oklahoma Is Sale And
ISfcXTEK & SON. Publishers.
IHURSDAY. SEPT. Ji. 19iv.
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floods have visited Geor-1 provision;
A Sure-enoutrh Knocker.
J. C. Goodwin, of Reiville, N.
Whatever criticism may b© (*.. says: Huekiin s Arnica
made of the laws passed by the Salve is a surc-enpugh knocker
first session of the Oklahoma lor ulcers. A bad one came on
legislature, there must be unan- my log last summer, but that
; iinous Agreement as to the wis- wonderful salve kn<>cked it out
idom and sanity of this statutory in a few rounds. Not even a scar
HOST MOOBV «■» eat*
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I»V3—OLDEST BANK IN
via Virginia North and South
It shall be unlawful for any
Carina the past week, breaking Person to i>oint any pistol or any
ulll records. The property loss other deadly weapon, whether
am records, ine property n»»»: -----•• -----«-----
runs up into the millions and a'loaded or not. at any other per-
remainded.” Guaranteed for
piles, sores, hums etc. 25c. at
l. S. Hunt’s drug store.
The democrats believe they
WE SHOW YOU
many jjersons lost their|
either in anger
son or persons,
It must be admitted of course,
bills passed by the!that “gun play” has never been
regarded as a joke in Oklahoma.
Whatever excuse the “killers”
Out of 211
lu>t legislature, 153 carried the
emergency clause. The legisla-
ture did not propose to let "the
people rule” to any alarming ex-
have a chance to carry California
for Bryan. The rtate was carried
by Cleveland in 1892 by 44 votes,
but one of the ten electorial votes
was cast for Harrison. In the
three succeeding presidential
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l’he supreme court has decided
that Gov Haskell is supreme
•and that the attorney general
cannot brW suits against trusts
without hi« 0 K.
Whatever excuse the Killers campai?nB the state was carried
of that territory may have made by the repub|icans.
heretofore for indulging the halnt --
STOCK IIOLDKKK UAHU,ITT...........................-.....-
STATE COUNTY AN aSc TY Df.’OSIT BY
Interest Pe’it on Time Certificates of Deposit, Large or bmall.
We l*»ue Moiiev Oi^er*. Aixeiieno Hunker- loti I*• »tti»
CEIL AN3 r.tc cun SAVING? banks
Every Accum.mutation Consistent with Safe and Conservative Tanking.
WE SOLICIT YvUK ACCOUNT.
of diminishing the population, it
is certain they never resorted to
the plea that they "didn't know
Drug stock in Curtis is for sale.
NnwmwiM who really , . 0,.,ahom„
know what a revolver is for. ex-
pressly provide that the dignity |
It has been discovered that the
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5t«te I'nlr/W Oklahoma.
Much interest is being man- , . .
ifested by the different counties ....... n v
of the §’ate ;n the copn,‘.v Ex-
hibits ui Pie State Fair to lx*
'of the "play” shall not lx-debus- hill creating the state board of 1
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led, except for stage purposes, health was changed after it pass-
mi 1...1 :* .... "fun jeprisisture so that the
i 8 fj
in Oklahoma to point a weapon | county health officer is appointed j m I JLW 1 1*
H?Slris?.;*.'.h0st*t!he^!?ii^tead:H llCQCr&l f» CKy&OtflSC
hi;:;:, ouL;,mia c,;aoc:j«-.**«"*iof the tn“
1st to 10th, 1908
The St$te F#ir will attract
thousands of bomesoekers and
investors from the North and
Fast and any county (represented
there will be in a .position to
show their particular industries
and resources at a very great ad-
vantage The Agricultural Hall
will be one of the.c.ihef attrac-
tions of the Fnir. The Associa-
tion has secured many attrac-
tions-of an educational nature
never before exhibited in Okla-
Space is being assigned daily
in the Mammoth Exposition
Building. Applications for space
are coming from manufactors
from all States as well as Okla-
homa. The attractions will be
varied, high class and clean. The
management will encourape all
kinds of legitimate amq^ment
features, but will place a ban on
all things of an objectionable
nature. The idea is to make the
Fair an Educational inst itution,
as well as the coming together of
people for enjoyment and plea-
$250,000.00 has been invested
in permanent improvements and
among the new features this
year is the New Grand Stand
seating 7.000 people. The new
poultry building, the largest in
the West, has a capacity of 4,-
000 birds and will be full. The
new Administration Building will
greatly facilitate the manage-
ment in caring for exhibitors and
visitors. Over 125.000 feet of
cement walks have been built on
the grounds and the Fair will be
held t ain or shine. A number of
r.ew horse and cattle barns have
been erected and every conven-
ience will be afforded exhibitors.
The State Fair grounds are
now reached direct by electric
ing” are not common in the Ok-
It is evident, therefore, that
the lawgiver was inspired to add
the words "or otherwise” in the
“gun law” was legislating for
the future; the day when Okla-
shall have reached that degree
of civilization and culture when
it is regarded as quite the proper
and civilized thing to decide
whether a gun is loaded or
by shooting it at some member
of the family or very dear friend.
If the victim drops everybody is
surprised, but convinced, that
the gun was loaded.
It is a far erv fron the Oklaho-
ma once ruled by the “gun” to
the Oklahoma affording the
world an example of how to
abate the revolver “joke” but
the new state appears to
taken a long stride in adopting
the measure which declares: "It
shall lx* unlawful for any person R. F- P. 3.
to point any pistol or other dead-J
ly weapon, whether loaded or'
not, at any other person, either
in anger or otherwise.”— Kan-
sas City Star.
‘ 1 Was almost distracted by a j
terrible itching which defied all! ^
treatment until I obtained a box
of Hunt’s Cure. The first appli-
cation afforded instant and ab-
solute relief. The one box affect-
ed a complete cure.
"It is simply wonderful in its
‘ ^ | instantaneous action.
not Geo. Gilliand.
Just received, a fine line of Shoes,
Prices and styles to suit.
BOYS’ SUITS AT COST!
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Writ* for 40 pace catalogues
No agents employed. I sell direel
to plauter. Freight paid on $10
worth nr more knd sDiek replaced
have c’l,arCe- Address.
Tbe Orton Nurserie?,
frequently suffer great pain and misery during the
| change of life. It is at thia time that the beneficial
effect of taking Cardui is most appreciated, by those
who find that it relieves their distress.
OKLHOMA THE BEST.
If you are dissatisfied with
I promptly obtained In a countries, or NO
I TRADE-MARKS, Caveats and CupjTigkts regie*
1 temL >end hketvli, >lodci or Fkoto. for tree
It Will Help Ton
Oklahoma and are thinking of
moving somewhere else, just ap- ]
propiate enough money to take a
trip and look over before pulling
up stakes entirely here. That
money will be well spent for you
will be a queer fellow’ if the trip
dosen’t add to your store of con-
tentment with Oklahoma’s pos-
sibilities for those who rustle.
If you have a bad case, go to
New’ England and note the moun-
tains of rocks which have been
removed from the land and which
must still be removed so as to
get a little patch on which to
grow sweet corn, asparagus, and
tered. .nend Jiixici or rkoio. ior ireo i
I excliuirelT. »urp*Ming relfrenceA I
1 Wideawake inventor* should have our bsna-1
1 book onflow to obtain and Sell patents. What in-1
I venUont will pay.llowU>gi'tapartner*and0ther I
I valuable information. Sent free to any address. I
D. SWIFT ft CO.
1501 Seventh St., Washington, D. Cj
car line and steam railway ser- j strawberries. And there you 11
vice. A beautiful asphalt boule-; learn the lesson of industry and
vard now connects the grounds frugality too and comeback in
with the fine 1 oulcvard sv:Her\ better shape all around to get
of the city. ;o’jt of Oklahoma more of the
With the attractions that are g'^xl things there are in it for
booked and others that arc in vou.
sight and with the interesting!
and unique features that are hoy; |
be:ng considered, it is atfe to I will receive Lids for painting |
to say that the Second Annual the school house in D/strict No.
State Fair will have an alter.- 2J8 by Sept. 10 at noon. Bids
/dance of over 200,000
KILL the COUCH
AND CURE THE LUNGS
Mrs. Lucinda C. Hill, of Freeland, O., writes:
“Before I began to take Cardui, I suffered so badly
I was afraid to lie down at night After I began to
take it I felt better in a week. Now my pains have
gone. I can sleep like a girl of 16 and the change
of life lists nearly left me.” Try Cardui.
AT ALL DRUG STORES
FIRE or STORM
AND All THROAT AND LUNGTROUBLES.
OR MONEY REFUNDED.
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, Ok.
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people, .to be lcr work only and two coat
For premium list and entry
i/ianks address Lie Secretary at high
Ko. 213-1-2 West (I c.r.d ' Ave., 'to reject any or all Lids.
MrCair, 3! ht■ »I ■ -T^o2
Board reserves the right u,»
work. House 22x28 and 10 foot *£;
A. 0, Pakiut, Clerk.
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first class work guaranteed’
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The Curtis Courier. (Curtis, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 3, 1908, newspaper, September 3, 1908; Curtis, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc405920/m1/4/: accessed August 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.