The Curtis Courier. (Curtis, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 23, 1905 Page: 6 of 8
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j MISSOURI HEWS BRIEFS. |
Carthage — Juki Laui. city marshal
of tUrcoile, who shot OoLkUbie Cor
wia Strong here tat* Wednesday even
lag. wav released Thursday under flO,
00b bond signed by tweuty-two lea.)
tag citizens of Sarcozie. Lam was act-
lag ia an official capacity, U la said. It
la thought that Strong will recover.
Jefferson City.—In tbe senate Thurs
day afternoou a bill was passed to pu
the probate judges of Kaaaas Otfjr and
St. Louis on the same salaries as tbo
circuit judges U was claimed that the
St Louis court was paying its judge
93.000 yearly and tbe Kansas City
court about 95.000 to Um probate
Park ville.—Smallpox baa broken
out on tbe Park college campus. It it
cobflned to tbe Olee Club as yet Three
cases are already vary pronounced and
■everal more era apparently breaking
out. The men are quarantined la tbe
Alumni building. The speaker to rep-
resent tbe club at Tarkio March 3, In
the Intercollegiate oratorical conteat
la a vlcfini, and so Is Professor Dean,
professor of chemistry.
Jefferson City.—A boom was started
la the crow brcedlag Industry Friday
morning when Representative Brock
us. of Polk, a preacher. Introduced »
bill la the houae to permit county
courts to fix n bounty to be paid for
“the heads or bones of crows KTlIed in
any way In their counties.” Tho Brock
us bill refuses to bnva anything to do
with anything less than twenty crows,
no that the -mall boy with tbe catapult
will not be in it unless be pools with
Some other boys.
Jefferson City.—Disregarding tbe
great budget of freight rate bills now
pending in tbe senate and bouse, tbe
Missouri state railway commission
within a mouth will put into effect a
sweeping freight rate order that will
wipe out them all. Express rates are
now being scheduled. The express
rate* are to bd* cut a flat 20 per cant,
‘ftie freight rate Hat la to ba gone over
from top to bottom and reductions
ordered averaging about 14 per cent.
The express company’s schedule will
be ready for announcement next waek
Nevada—‘Unde’’ Ed O'Connor, tbe
ordest locomotive engineer on tbe MU
■ouri Pacifl. system, died here Thurs-
day night • Uncle’' Ed began railroad
Ing in New York directly after the war.
helped to build the Joplin branch of
the Missouri Pacific, and ran an engine
continuously up to about five years
ago, when he left the service of the
road on account of old age. Since hla
retirement he had lived at the Hotel
Mitchell in this city, where he was al-
ways the center of attraction among
Canhagc —Jasper county la to hava
two additional electric lines, a. H.
Rogers, president of the Southwest
Missouri Electric Railroad Company,
announces a new line from Webb City
to Oronogo and Alba, mining towws.
and a franchise has already bean naked1
front the Webb City council for an in-
dependent line to extend over tbe
gome route. Ixxac B. Craig U the let
ter applicant. The electric railway bust
aess is a pavlhg investment in this sec
lion. Notwithstanding phenomenal
prosperity, ihe old electric company
recently increased rates between the
principal points on Its route.
Jefferson City.—Anticipating that.
Trenton.—William Belshe, thj
wealthy and prominent Orundy eoun y
former, who was severely shot by bn
daughter. Mrs. George Waite, two
weeks ago, she afterwards making a
aerious charge against him, is in Jail
here awaiting legal proceedings. Shoi •
ly after the shooting Belshe disappear-
ed, and Id spile of his wounds, result-
ing from two loads of shot in his baci>.
made his w.iy to the home of some
relatives at Lonoke, Ark., where b->
was apprehended and brought to Tret:-
ton Thursday night. He stoutly main-
tains his innccenee and hopes to ob-
tain bail. Mrs. Waite is staying at tho
borne of a neighbor, and has not been
the present session will pass a bill ere
ating a court of appeals to be estali
llsbrd at Springfield, Representative
Self, of that city, Thursday morning
Included mention of that proposed
court in a hill which he introduced to
relieve the pressure In the supreme
court. The Self bill provides for send-
ing to courts of appeal all eases where
JU.OOO or less is involved with the
usual section for transferring from the
supreme court to the courts of appeals
all unargued ..ases coming within thut
scope. This bill will meet wflh the
opposition of the members of the su-
preme court, who feel that their juris
diction is being tampered with.
An awkward maa la
ally a thorough brad la
The only caaw
of though many claim it, ia that af
A great many people toll oat the
way a thing is. but tka way UMg
like to have it.
To win in this world you muo
more coi tidciM-e in yourself Ikfl
rtally amount to.
litre U the mark of one wko koaidgt
Search him, and you will
thing to eat in bit pockMta.
Give father credit for one thing at
least at hla place at tba table tkaro
are no wads of chewing gum on (M
When you attend a clrcua turning a
somersault looks eaay, awl whoa you
attend a lecture talking ia publte-
looks easy —Atchison Globa.
Dy Phlla Bwtier
Little drags of ka
Little drops of
Solve the mighty
Of the home e:
Had the little leaksga
Earlier baas check ad.
Then tbe mighty veeeel
Never had been wreaked
Thus the little trilee
Make the aum of Uflp-
Makiag horn# an Kdea
Or an end eaa strife.
lfi cm; Mruw, |
r; alfalfa, l aars;
bara. prairie sold op 39c to Me,
•Mriy good at this im-
»t Bat it was mainly from
r Mods, which has ba
I my light supplied tho pom lew dope.
Near Chicago towns hava broken all
record* In the matter of marriages
during this much of tha year 1104. In
Rockford during the tan months up to
Kovsmber 1. there bad boon <31 n
riages. In tbs asms period of 1PM
there were 544 and la 1902, 490.
The electric railways are la a mi
ure responsible for the lac re eat at
this class of bualneaa. There are now
three Interurbaa litres centering In the
town. They bring In hundreds of
couples from other towns and from
across tbe state line In Wisconsin
The same Increase la notlcable ia
other electric railway centera. Aurora,
although it is not a county seat, gets
a great deal of business of this clam.
Tbe town Is now connected with Chi-
cago. Joliet and all of the Fox river
towns, the third nil system gridiron-
iny tbe most prosperous section of ths
near Chicago territory.
The court officers ara performing
moat of the out of town marriages
Now and then a minister is hunted up
and tbe ceremony mid ia the para
age. A Rockford minister relates that
•MC on t?y a Wisconsin young maaj
gaTe up his last dime to be married in
hla parlor. Ha had saved enough mon-
ey to carry himself and bride bock
home on the trolley line. But 10 cents
of his store of cash remained. Ha
apologized to the minister for his not
being able to offer more, and whan the
parson found that he was giving up
hia last rent he refused to accept IL
tailing the blushing groom that he was
quite welcome to hia services and la
slating that he keep his money. But
the young Badger refused to do any-
such thing; he laid It within the reach
of the good pastor and went off with
hla bride as happy as if he carried
with him a pocketful of coin.—Chicago
Hongkong rates fifth la tha 4
mercial reports of tho world.
Cubans are buying cattle in V<
guela at the rata of 100,000 hood a
Mexico stands oft tho Isaod of
ish-American countries in tho
The United States has 139,117 Sun-
daj schools, or autre «»>— half tha
number in the entire world.
Russia has a per capita iavssi
la Industrial enterprises of 94, while
tha United States baa 9129.
A maa woo a smoking ooatsal !
Paris by keeping • cigar alight fi
two hours sad twenty-nine minutes.
Nineteen pianos, every one of wktafc
area a wedding present, ara la tha pee-
esion of the Prince sad
Nineteen competltoar took part ia a
race in Paris for men with wooden
legs. The winner did a nails a
half in twelve minutes.
Outside the polar regions there ro
amins unexplored Jt lx claimed, about
one-fiftieth of tbe land surface of tha
globe. Fifteen years ago tha unknown
port loon were oneeighth of tha
Brasilian ants make little
tn tha tree tops and sow them with
pineapple and other seeds. Tha gar-
dent are found of all aisaa, same con-
taining n single sprout sad others a
densely grown ball ss large aa a man’s
hand —Philadelphia Press.
ilea: No. l timothy, a cars 99.00.
I com 98.60; No. I timothy, 1 oar 90-00;
Ha I clover mixed, 1 ear 9E.O0; ahaieo
Paslrie, 1 oar 97.M; No. 1 prairie, loan
1730, 1 ear 97.00; No. 9 prairie. I cor
wmInUi tSSZ! SHAT
Choice prairie. 97.790930; Na 1
prairie, 97.0007.90; Na I prairie, 99.00
07.00; Na 9 prairie, 99.0000.00; Na
I Prairia. 94.0004.79; choice timothy,
99.50010.00; No. 1 timothy, 9939Q
L00; No. I timothy, 99-9009.71; choice
slevar mixed, 99.00; Na 1 dovw mix-
04 90-0009.90; Na S dower mixed,
T 0009.00; No. S clover mixed, 99.000
| 7.90; choice clover, 99.00; Na 1 clover.
99.0009.50; Na S clover, 97.000100;
| wfieet sag eat straw, 99.00; rye straw,
, 10.0007.00; choice alfalfa, f 11.50©
17-00; No. 1 alfalfa, HQ.50OU.00; No. 2
aUkUh. 99.00010.25; Na 2 alfalfa, 97.00
Prince Fushimi Feared Bullets.
I bear a story of Prince Fushimi
and Justice Holmes of the United
States Supreme court. When they
met in Washington and the judge |
■aid jokingly: “I suppose the emperor
sent you over here because he was I
afraid you would get killed unless ha |
prevented you from fighting any
“The famous fighter replied serloun
ly: “Well, in the Chinese war I was
really apprehensive of getting a build j
because I wanted to live to achieve
armething; but now I am randy; I de
not care; I feel no apprehension.“—
How a Bet Turned Out.
Teeterday morning an elderly maa J
o? cleriral aspect slipped while eras*
ing Slate street, near Lake, sad sat |
down in the mud.
“Bet you a dollar ha swears when he |
gets up," said a bystander
'•Done!'* said another bystander.
They went out into tbe street and
assisted the fallen man to rise.
Then he turned to them, pointed to J
his mouth, and made a few rapid signs
on his fingers.
But as neither of them understood!
tbe deaf and dumb alphabet the wa-
ger w as declared off.—Chicago Trl-1
••ta Haras's broken Lap.
The difficult and nnnemi task od
setting successfully tha log gg
a boras has bean accomplished by Dr.
A. R. Ward, veterinarian af the uni-
versity of Chicago, and his -ilvts
Dr. C. M. Haring. The hone's leg was
kept in n thick plantar cast for gig
weeks. Today the cast, which was
ovnr half a foot thick, was removed,
am with tho exception, of a alight
limp, which will soon wear off, the
torse is as good aa ever.
Tbe animal on which the university
Surgeons experimented was purchased
from a local butcher for the aum of 93.
The buthcher had the misfortune to
rent the horse from a local liveryman,
and afterward to drive into a swift-
going Southern Pacific local. The left
foreleg of the animal was broken be-
low the knee by the collision. The
liveryman demanded 990 damages and
got it. Then the butcher, thinking
that the horse was a useless burden,
turned it over to Dr. Ward. After sob
ting the broken bones the leg was put
into a plaster cast big enough to pre
vent any movement of tha hones. Tha
bones. The horse got along nicely, ly-
ing down and standing up at will un-
der the protection of the casing around
the injured limb.—Eaa Franc!soe 1
The Judge upon a winters day
Went sleighing in his old bob sleigh.
He chanced the general store to pass,
9»d, spying Maud, he flagged the lass.
He teked her If the'd go with him
(The chance that ibFi refuse was
They had not gone far on their ride
Before the Judge to hug Maud tried.
Because the Judge went to such paint.
The maiden kindly took the relna.
And thus they snugly drove away—
The Judge and Maud—that winter’s
Mothers will find Mrs Winslow's
Soothing Syrup the best remedy to use
for their children during the teething
Fry n young tender chicken, aftat
■elting, peppering and flouring the
pieces. An old hen can be used If it
is parboiled before it Is fried. Save
the liquid for soup. Put th<
browned chicken in a pot half filled
with cold water. Slice and dry two
laige onions and a quart of sllcad okra
with one tablespoonful of flour and
pour Into soup. Add n pinch of red
pepper and boil all for three hours
rve with dry boiled rice.—Florida
She—After tlx weeks of married
Ufa, Arthur, I have reached the sad
certainty that you do not love me.
Sha—It’s no use protesting; you
ghould have married some credulous,
Arthur—Well, darling, I did my
very beet.—Brooklyn Life.
The flowers on hubby’s grave wither
whan the pretty young widow daL
Whan you can’t live without him h>
tha time when you should never see
Cancer of ths Breast.
Fo many people ars dying of this ter-
rible- disease. The disease Is Increasing
with wonderful rapidity Mrs. B. F.
Southard, of Buffalo. Mo, has recently
recovered from n most advanced stage
of this disease by the oil treatment of
Dr Bye. of Kansas City. Mo Mrs Xnn-
F. Billings of West Bridgewater,
ess , was cured by home treatment.
Persons afflletcd should write Dr. Bye
for his free 112 page Illustrated book on
the tieatment of cancer In Its various
forms Address Dr. Bye. 900 Broadway,
Ksiifhs City, Mo.
Grated "Apple Pie—Peal and grate
five large apples; add two beaten egg»,
four tablrspoonfula of melted butter,
two cupfuls of sugar, one-half cupful of
cream or milk, a little cinnamon. Thla
recipe will make two piea.
U- s. G.,HUGHES, M. D
Office—1214 Main Street,
KANSAS CITY, MO.
MSTETRICAL CASES A SPECIALTY.
IA Private Hospital for care of conltnemen
1 easel excluitvMy. Correspondence and pat
. roaage of physicians solicited, and rub es,
instigation la sited.
Or TRE ORKiftAL
“Why Lulu, you hava chicken flm
■upper and I told you te order vaoL”
“Yes ma'am, but I don't like veal."
•AY JT I*
JN TOR WORLD
' Organised with a fall ataf of pbyaldaaaj
eatfeoai for treefast of all Chroal# Dtaaai
Ht/trr ffOSI for accemmodatisB af patten-
BjjLwM tmrgiemi OfrratOmt *
tktmamd Smnmt ssln nsyiy dt —ssisry.
DISEASES OF WOMEN.
.Wan sqalpnsd to treat eiegaass af w
Ry *j». SBPrrod tor 7«*g,cur
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la (ha Warn. I lag Bmlmffasmlaaksaa.
A quiet boa* fori
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Oce or by Utter. SktoQr yeast* axpsrtaaes
. Illustrated Book Free, gtvtag maeh valuable
la form at lea. Call at oBos sr writ, to
DR. C M. COE.
Raoe tha following letten froag
patients treated and cured by Dr. Coe;
they tell their own atory:
huffsrsd for Twenty Years With I4af-
votia Headache—Treated by Dr. Caa
Considara Relief Prom Fain a Blase-
Ing—General Health Batter than It
Haa Baaa for Yeare—Takae Fiona-
ere In Recommending Dr. Coe.
». O. “»
DrrrOMtor:—I M twMT
yaare with a pain In my head, and tried
many remedies and doctors without rtlieL
About four years ago I began taking
treatment from you. aad derived much
benefit from earns. My been and general
health ara better than for ysara. The re-
lief from pain In my head u a bleaela* U>
me- Tou hava always treated me with
falrnees and oenalderatlon, aad I taka
pleasure In recommendin
n recommending you.
i vary truly, J. w. BLAIR.
Their Uttla Girl Entirely Cured of gt
Vltue* Dance—Treated In IMS-Had
Bean Afflicted for tlx Mentha—Waa
Cured la Two Months Tima.
City, Me.. OepL 12. IMS
Dr. CM. Coe.
Dear Btr:—Onr little giri la now e
cured of gt Vltue* dance, by your treat-
ment In UM. She waa afflicted a lx
months. Tour treatment oared bar la two
months’ time, and she haa remained well
ever alnce. Respectfully,
A W. Corner 18th and Aakew ita.
After Being tick for Eight Year* and
Trying Many Doctors Without Per-
manent Relief, She Went to Dr. Coo
and Was Cured—New Well and Oa-
ing Her Own Work—Feele That the
Owe* a Great Deal to Dr. Coe.
Junction City, Kas.. June M, IMS.
Dr. C. M. Coe, Kansas City, Mo.
Dear Doctor:—It Is now two years Bines
f was treated at your Sanitarium in
Kansas City, and I am well and doing my
own work. Have gained thirty pounds in
weight. I waa sick for eight years before
and had tried many doctors, but naves
obtained any permanent relief until I waa
treated at your Sanitarium. I fael that I
owe a great deal to you.
Yours respectfully, MRS. J. T. ROMICK.
Greatly Benefltted by Dr. Cee'a Treat-
ment—Feele Like a New Person-
Treated Four Years Age and Han
Been Perfectly Well Ever Since-
Had Been III for Ten Years Before
Norton, Kas.. June 1(. 1M3.
Dr. C. M. Coe. Kansas City, Me.
Dear Doctor-—I will say that your treat*
ment greatly benefited me, ana made me
feel like a new person. It haa been four
years since I took treatment from you,
and during those years I have felt perfect-
ly well, and have done more work than 1
had for ten years previously. 1 had been
111 for some ten years before I applied te
you for treatment. 1 recommend all suf-
ferers to go to you. Yours truly,
MRS. J. CASE.
Successfully Operated on ;.r Hemor-
rhoids—Found Dr. Coe a Skillful
Operator—Treatment and Accommo-
dations at the Sanitarium all That
Could be Desired — Recommends
Treatment to Other Sufferers.
Woodward. Okla., Nov. 8. 1800.
To Whom It May Concern:
I underwent a mirglc-al operation few
hemorrhoids at Dr. Coe'a Sanitarium,
which was successful. I found Dr. Coe td
be a very skillful operator. His treatment
and accommodations In the Sanitarium
were all that could be desired. I oh-.-or-
fuuy recommend all sufferers to consult
Dr. Coe. j. m. D'LISLS,
Treated for Catarrh of tha Blaader—
Had Suffered for Years and Triad
Many Remedies—None of Thom Did
Him the Good That Oura Did.
„ J^ob Noeter. Mo.. Oct. 80, 1800.
Dr. C. M. Coe. Kansas City, Mo.
Dear 81r:—I take great pleasure In writ-
ing you concerning your treatment and
the good It haa done for me for catarrh
and bladder. I suffered for years and had
tried many remedies, but none ever did
the good that yours haa done for me
Respectfully voura. P. T. THOMPSON.
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