Cimarron Valley Clipper (Coyle, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 6, 1911 Page: 2 of 8
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By E. J. GARNER,
- I OKLAHOMA
When the beehive la ready there
will be plenty of bees to make honey.
Edison has Just lost a 35-year-old
■ult. It ought to be out of style by
this time, anyhow.
The Czar of Russia has bought a
newspaper. Now, he'll get acquainted
with some real troubles.
It Is possible to buy a cement house
with a roof garden for $2,500. We sup-
pose the cellar would be extra.
The Elberta peach crop and the Al-
berta wheat crop are friendly rivals,
and both are full of promise this year.
Germany has ordered another Zeppe-
lin airship. Germany must have de-
cided to keep on trying until she gets
a good one.
There Is no use In fighting the In-
evitable. A prominent college Is add-
ing to its courses one to teach men
how to cook. "
Milliners tell us that small hats will
be th^i fashion this year, but It Is nob
likely that the prices will be any small-
er than usual.
Now that Dr. Wiley has taken unto
himself a wife we are curious to know
whether she °can make the pies that
motlKir used to make.
No divorced woman or actress who
has married a peer will be presented
at the English couijt. This, Is very
hard on the actresses.
A woman of 84, living on Long Is-
land, saws her own wood. And no
body rebukes her for entrenching on
man's Bphere of activities.
Vassar college has celebrated her
fiftieth birthday, and has silenced all
cynical critics by not claiming to be
a day younger than she really is.
Pittsburg woman wants a divorce
because her husband treats her sister
too affectionately. Yes, younger sis-
ter; why ask Buperflous questions?
Hopkins professors have discovered
that water Is a valuable anesthetic.
Before long someone may ,prove that
It Is equally good for drinking pur-
Two jjCrench vaudeville critics re-
cently fought a duel. They should
have stufk to the pen, which In the-
ory at 10-ast is considered mightier,
A prominent railroad man says that
Europe feads the United States In the
number of railroad wrecks. She's
welcome to the prize for this line of
0 The report that a Gorman plumber
has been raised to the Prussian nobil-
ity by the kaiser leads us to believe
that some foreign correspondent has
been hitting the pipe.
o "Girl students: aro -smarter than
men” opines the president of Vassar
college. But men made better foot-
ball players, and what Is a college
^without a football tean,?0
The Marys of England are combin-
ing for the purpose of buying Queen
Mary a coronation gift. The Queen
stands a chance to get a manicure
set or a photograph album.
I read In the papers the other day
at a man who got a divorce because
the woman he married was a pick-
pocket. It seems to me that Is es-
tablishing something of a precedent.
What wife Isn't?
A chicken in Ohio has swallowed a
$200 diamond ring and Its owner re-
fuses to have the culprit killed. The
only way out of It Is to set the chick-
en In a ring and wear It.
A Chicago lady wants a divorce be-
cause her husband shut off her charge
account at the department stores. It
probably comes under the head of
cruel and inhuman treatment.
An Evansville, Ind., widow has Just
annexed her ninth husband. Massa-
chusetts spinsters may be Informed, If
they wish to have particulars, that she
is 70 years of age—and wealthy.
A fat men’s club In New England
fias discovered that few fat men are
criminals, and that most good-hearted
and right minded men tend to take
on flesh, for they are naturally men
of stout hearts.
A St. Louis woman left Instructions
In her will that her dog should be shot,
and buried nfter her death, 'flius do
we gradually climb up from the days
when men caused their wives to be
burled with them.
$3.50 RECIPE CURES
WEAK KIDNEYS, FREE
RELIEVES URINARY AND KIDNEY !
TROUBLES, BACKACHE, STRAIN-
ING, SWELLING, ETC.
Stop* Pain In the Bladder, Kldn«y*
Wouldn’t It be nice within a week er no
begin to say goodbye forever to the
scalding, dribbling, straining, or too fre-
quent passage of urine; the forehead and
the back-of-the-head aches; the stitches
and pains in the back; the growing mua-
cle weakness; spots before the eyes; yel-
low akin; sluggish bowels; swollen eye-
lids or ankles; leg cramps; unnatural
Short breath; sleeplessness and the de-
I have a recipe for these troubles that
you can depend on, and if you want to
mako a QUICK RECOVERY, you ought
to write and get a copy of It. Many a
doctor would charge you 53.60 Just for
writing this prescription, but I have it
and will bo glad to send it to you entire-
ly free. Just drop me a line like this:
Dr. A. R. Robinson, K-264 Luck Building,
Detroit, Mich., and I will send It by re-
turn malt in a plain envelope. As you will
see when you get It, this recipe contains
only pure, harmless remedies, but It has
great healing and pain-conquering power?
It will quickly show its power once you
use it, so I think you had better see what
it Is without delay. I will send you a
copy free—you can use it and cure your-
self at home.
News of the World
Mott Important Event, of tb« Pa.t Week
Boiled Down for the Bu.y Reader,
The husband of a fashionable wom-
an, whose gowns are at once the ad-
miration and despair 6f her feminine
acquaintances, was discussing the
cost of living with a friend at the
Union league the other nlgfyt.
"By the way," ventured the triend,
“—er—don’t you have a good deal of
trouble keeping your wife dressed In
the height of style?"
The woman's husband smiled and
then shook his head emphatically.
"Oh, no,” fie said, “nothing to speak
of. Nothing—nothing to the trouble
I'd have if I didn’t."
Sheer whlteogoods, In fact, any fine
wash: goods when new, owe much of
their attractiveness to the way they
are laundered, this being done In a
manner to enhance their textile beau-
ty. Home laundering #buld be equal-
ly satisfactory If proper attention was
given to starching, the first essential
being good Starch, which has sufficient
strength to stiffen, without thickening
th°e goods. Try Defiance Starch and
you will be pleasantly surprised at the
Improved appearance of your work.
Chicken, All Right.
A Canjden lawyer walked Into a res-
taurant the other day, prepared to
order himself a chicken dinner.
The waitress approached him. He
looked at her and said;
“I’m all right,” she answered, cheer-
ily "how's yourself?"
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for
Infants and children, and see that It
In Use For Over 30 Years.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Alice—I like Tom immensely and
he's very much the gentleman; but
he does like to talk about himself!
Grace—Yes, dear, your knight hath
a thousand I’s.—Puck.
TO DRIVE Ol'T :
Takrt the Old
AND 111' I I.I) I V THE RY8TKM
LI Standard OKOVH'H TASTMLHSW
IILL TONIC. You know what you are taking,
e formula la plainly printed on every bottle,
»wlng It la altuply (Julnlne and Iron In a taate-
* form. The Quinuv
leas form. The Quinfne drives out th<
and the Iron builds up the system,
dealers for 80 Tears. Price 60 cenu
Sold by all
"Is your wife still treating you
"Is she? Gave me Ice pudding for
Because fraud Is said to have played
in Important part in the ratification of
the New Mexico constitution, Senator
Dwen favors a thorough Investigation
Df the charges.
President Taft has approved the
sentence of dismissal from the army of
Lieutenant Leo B. Dannemlller, re-
tired, yho recently was tried by court
martial at Fort Thomas, Ky.
Civil war veterans, or their widows,
tfiust reside on and cultivate their
homestead entries for one yefir as any
other settler would be required to do,
according to a Washington dispatch.
Robert E. Peary was Wednesday
commissioned a rear admiral by the
navy department and placed on the
retired list. His commission dates
back to April 6, 1909, the day. on which
he discovered the North Pole.
The federal libel suit instigated by
former President Roosevelt against
Joseph Pulitzer, of the New York
World, and Delaven Smith, of the
Indianapolis News, because of publica-
tions concerning the Panama canal,
was formally adopted Friday,
President Taft is suffering from in-
flammation of the eyes—"pink eye,”
in common parlance—and Dr. Delan-
ey, the White House physician, in-
sists that the president shall refrain
from as much work as possible until
he is better.
He (after silence)—I’ll soon have to
go away on a trip to bore wells.
She (tartly)—Well, I'm sure that Is
a big Improvement over boring people.
fSE AI.I.ES'S FOOT-EASE
the Antiseptic powder to bo shaken Into the ■hoes
for tired, aching foot. It takes the sting out of ooms
and bunions and makes walking a delight. Sold
everywhere, 25c. Uefutt »ub»titute*. For FltKH
trial package, address A. H. Olmsted, L« Hoy, N.Y.
Occasionally or oftener people lead
a man to believe they admire him
when In reality they are only trying
to work hltn.
Constipation cniisr* and ■erinu.lv aggra
vatea many diseases. It is thoroughly cured
by Dr. Pieree'a Pellets. Tiny sugar-coated
It has always appeared to me that
good manners are almost as valuable
an asset In commercial as In diploma-
tic affairs.—Lord Cromer.
RED CROSS BALI. BLUE)
Should be in every home. Ask your grocer
for it. I-arge 2 ox. package only 5 cents.
It's no use a church advertising the
Bible when It Is dodging Its bills.
An oil gusher was brought in twenty
miles east of Vernon, Tex., Saturday
morning' in this countyt near Electra.
It is shooting oil and gas over 100
feet in the air.
Thirty-four rebels were killed and
scores were wounded in a clash be-
tween a detachment of 350 federal sol-
diers and 150 insurrectos at Almeda,
Mexico, Friday night.
Ed Jardine, 38 years old, an adjuster
for a piano company of Chicago, and
6aid to be a member of an old New
York family, committed suicide by
shooting himself in the right temple
last night in his room at a local hotel.
Clarence Dayton Hiliman, the Seat-
tle, Wash., multi-millionaire real es-
tate dealer, convicted of using the
United States mails to defraud, was
sentenced Saturday to two years and
six months imprisonment at McNeill's
Island penitentiary and to pay a fine
of $5,200 and costs.
The Chinese authorities have made
elaborate preparations for the interna-
tional medical conference which began
at Mukden Monday to investigate the
plague. Doctors of many nations are
in attendance, some American dele-
gates and several Russian women.
State Auditor Leo Meyer left Mon-
day for Kansas City and Chicago to
look after the sale of the public build-
ing bonds authorized under the act of
the recent legislature to replace the
public building warrants heretofore
issued. Many Inquiries have been re-
ceived in regard to them, both from
within and without the state.
Attorney General Dawson0 of Kan-
sas is interviewing the county attor-
neys of the state, one at a time and,
in secret. He is demanding of them
that they enforce the laws’ on gamb-
ling, liquor, perjury and tax dodging.
The law will apply to ladles wjio play
bridge whist for money and prizes.
They may be prosecuted if they con-
J. W. Quilty, of McAlester, has been
selected as secretary of the Oklahoma
state board of public affairs, and as-
sumed the duties of the office Saturday.
Mr. Quilty was mayor of McAlister up
to the time of the adoption of the com-
mission form of government there.
Otto Ringling, of circus fame, died
In New York Friday at the home of
his brother, John, as the big show
of which he was joint owner with the
four brothers, was giving its evening
performance at Madison Square gar-
The Maine house of representatives
by a vote of eighty-two to fifty-three
declined to ratify the proposed amend-
ment to the United States constitution
providing for a tax on incomes. It
however, accepted a favorable report
on a bill providing for a state income
In a raid ou the stock brokerage of-
fices in Fifth avenue, New York, occu-
pied by Wisner & Co., and the Stand-
ard Securities company, postoffice in-
spectors charged that irregularities
amounting to more than $2,000,000
had been brought to light. Transac-
tions in excess of $10,000,000 through-
out the country are credited to the
two concerns In the last few years.
Two British cruisers, the Hyacinth
and Fox, were ordered to proceed to
the Persian gulf and crush the filibust-
ers which are carrying arms to the
Persian revolutionists. A battalion of
native troops and two mountain guns
were sent to aid In the work
aouta frame, Wash., became violent-
ly Insane and taking a large caliber
rifle, went out on a county road and
shot and killed the first three pessers-
by, who were John Ranke, William
Ranke and John Ware, all of Belling-
Supreme Court Justice James Aloy-
sius O'Gorman, democrat, of Nfew
York City, was elected United States
senator Friday by the legislature after
the most protracted struggle over this
position ever held in the Empire
state. On the final ballot, the sixty-
fourth, he received 1112 votes, to 80
cast for Chauncey M. Depew.
Suit was brought in the federal
court in Denver Friday 0against an Ok-
lahoma land and colonization company
of Moffat; Col., and Kansas City, al-
leging fraud in dealing with custom-
ers and asking for the appointment
of a receiver. The action was brought
by J. F. Roberts and others, who say
they were defrauded.
Except as an advertisement for their
cause the opposition of the suffra-
gettes to the taking of the census of
London Sunday was apparently a fu-
tile demand given. The midnight meet-
ing which it was supposed to hold in
Trafalgar Square and Westminster
with the object, of marching in pro-
fession to a skating rink where the
women w-ere to spend the nigljt, proved
The Kaw tribe of Indians, which a
century ago occupied part of the state
of Kansas, is to be disbanded. The
few full bloods who still remain in the
portion of Oklahoma and southern.
Kansas which one# was their reserva-
tion will manage their own affairs
hereafter. A, R. Miller, at Kansai
City, who has charge of the affairs of
the tribe, says that its accounts must
be wound up this year.
An English syndicate represented in
Memphis, Tenn., by L. K. Salsbury, has
closed a deal for fifty thousand acres
of cotton producing lands in the Delta
sections along the Mississippi river
in Bolivar cqunty for half a million dol-
lars. England is having trouble in
getting cotton from America because
of legislation against advancing money
on bills of lading and is buying lands
to establish colonies of British and
Swedes to grow her own cotton.
For the first time in the history of
California, a socialist was elected
mayor of a city in this state, when J.
Stitt Wilson Saturday defeated Bev-
erly Hodghead, the republican mem-
ber, by° a plurality of 284 for mayor
of Berkeley. Wilson received 2,750
votes, and Hpdghead 2,466. Wilson
was socialist candidate for governor
last November.o He was formerly a
Governor Donaghey of Arkansas
Thursday signed the hill recently
passed by thd- legislature prohibiting0
the giving away of lunches in places
where intoxicating liquors are sold.
Herberto Cunningham, of Kickaton,
a farmer, in the Catskill foothills, in
New York, while at work in a wood
lot trimming trees, espied a fox on a
stone wall and -killed it with his saw
after a lively chase.
Dr. D. K. Pearson of Hinsdale, 111.,
will celebrate his ninety-first birthday
April 14 by the distribution of $300,-
000 to schools and religious organiza-
tions. This will make his ’total dis-
tributions of recent years nearly $5 -
000,000, most of which has been given
tq, small colleges. * ° ,
Reports received from Montrose
and other places in Susquehanna
county, Pennsylvania, state that Wed-
nesday a peculiar Inky vapor fell from
the clouds in several places, It being
half rain and snow. Its effect was to
make white clothes hung on the lines
and newly washed appear mildewed or
sprinkled with a light greenish inky
0 The California state supreme court
Thursday denied the petition of Ab-
raham Ruef for a rehearing of the mo-
tion, Vacating its original order to re-
hear his appeal against the judgment
and sentence of the trial court, sen-
tencing him to serve fourteen years
in the San Quentin pententiary on a
charge of bribery.
John P. White of Iowa arrived in
Indianapolis, Ind., Friday to begin his
duties as president of the United Mine
Workers of America, succeeding
Thomas L. Lewis.
Fire Wednesday destroyed a large
section of that historic $26,000,000
pile, the state capitol. Three wings
of the building were gutted, the main
structure was badly damaged and its
million dollar staircase wrecked. The
state library _ one of the finest jn the
United States, went up in smoke, with
hundreds of thousands of costly books
and priceless documents. The senate
and assembly libraries caused mone-
tary damage of fully $10,000,000 but no
money can replace the records and
documents In the building.
The bloodiest battle and most im-
portant of the Mexican insurrection
was fought In the Btate of Conora and
ended after two days stubborn fight-
ing, near the towns of Ures and San
Rafael. Although the Insurrectos out-
numbered the federal forces, their
ammunition became exhausted in the
continued engagement while the fed-
eral were able to obtain reinforce-
ments and additional ammunition from
Hermoslllo and the insurrectos were
compelled to abandon the fight
Its Beneficial Effects
Always Boy the Genuine
(MIFOSNIA fid $YftUP(0.
Sold oby all leading
One Size Only, SCf e Bottle
ment on a
lame leg that
has given me much trouble for six
months. It was so bad that I
couldn't walk sometimes for a
week. I tried doctors’ medicine
and had a rubber bandage for my
leg, and bought everything that I
heard of, but they all did me no
good, until at last I was persuaded
to try Sloan’s Liniment. The first
application helped it, and jn two
weeks my leg was well.”—A. L.
Hunter, of Hunter, Ala.
Good for Athletes. 1
Mr. K. Gilman, instructor of
athletics, 417 Warren St., Rox-
buiy, Mass., says :—“I have used
■with great success in cases of ex-
treme fatigue after physical exer-
tion, when an ordinary rub-down
would not make any impression."
has no equal as a
remedy for Rheu-
gia or any pain or
stiffpess in the
muscles or joints.
Sloan's book on
horses, cattle, sheep
and poultry sent
Dr. Earl S. Sloan,
Boston, Mass., IT. S. A.
44 Bu. to the Acre
ofHpring Wheat In I'Jft). Reports
from other districts l u that proY-
nce showed other excel-
lent results—such as 4,-
0UU bushels of wheal
from 120 acres or 88 1-8
bu. neracre. 2fl,80and 40
bnshelyields were num-
erous. Ah high as 182
bushels of oats to the
acre were threshed from
Alberta fleldsln 1010.
The Silver Cup
at the recent Bpoknnn
Fair was awarded to ihe
Alberta Government for
Its exhibit wf grains,grasses and
vegetables. Reports of excellent
yields for bill) come also from
Saskatchewan and Manitoba In
Free homesteads of 160
acres, and adjoining; pre-
empt Ions of 160 acres (ut
#:* ueracreJ are to be had
111 the choicest districts.
Nchools convenient, cli-
mate excellent, soli tho
very best, railw ays close at
band, building; lumber
cheap, fuel easy to get and
reasonable In price, water
easily procured, mixed
fanning a success.
Write as to best place for set-
tlement, settlers* low railway
Rest West” (sent free on
application) n nd other Informa-
tlon, tojBup't of Immigration,
Ottawa. Can..ortotho Canadian
Government Agent. (3C)
ttlUWIt OOVFRNIRKT (OUT
N*. 125 ». Noth Slfttt kuui at,. Mi.
(T>« ndrirpsn nearest you.)
KIDNEY Is ft deceptive dlsra,
____ thousands have It a
TROUBLE don t know u- If >
want good results j
can mako no mistake by using; Dr H
mor’s Swamp-Root, the great kldnev
cdy. At druggists In fifty cent and d
lar sizes. Sample bottle by mall fr
also pamphlet telling you how to find <
if you have kidney trouble.
Address, Dr. Kilmer A Co., Binghamton, N.
,8 a heavy yield, but that's what John Kennedy
Rdmonlon, Alberta, Western Canada, got from
acres of Hpring Wheat i n l'jfl). Repo
Pettit's Eye Salve
tog runs oil
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