The Freedom Express. (Freedom, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 23, 1908 Page: 3 of 4
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IM I: EXPRESS.! REASON ron WOMEN'S •NERVES''
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FREEDOM, • • OKLAHOMA
OKLAHOMA STATE NQTES
The Vlnlta city council haa refused
to pa** an ordinance prohibiting the
aal<* of I’no. Pablo, Choctaw and
Jumbo, all ncar*bu«'*i
Stern Parent—I hadn't any of the
advantage* you have had. How do
you ati|i|>oae I have got on aa I have?
Young Hopclcna (intending to make
n soothing reply)—Kr—1 expect the
grass wouldn't grow under your feet,
TWO CURES OF ECZEMA
Baby Had Severe Attack—Grandfather
Suffered Torments with It—
Owe Recovery to Cuticura.
“In 1884 my grandson, a babe, had
an attack of eczema, and utter trying
the doctors to the extent of heavy bills
and an Increase of the dlHcase and suf-
fering. 1 recommended Cuticura and
in a few weeks the child was well. He
is to-day a strong man and absolutely
free from the disease. A few’ years
ago l contracted eczema, and became
an intense sufferer. A whole winter
passed without once having on shoes,
nearly from the knees to the toes be-
ing covered with virulent sores. 1 tried
many doctors to no purpose. Then I
procured the Cuticura Remedies and
found immediate improvement and
final cure. M.W.LaRue, 845 Seventh St.,
Louisville, Ky„ Apr. 23 and May 14, '07."
He spoke his love in German—she
answered not a word.. In French he
tried to woo her—the maiden never
heard. He tried his luck in English,
in Irish—all in vain; in Greek, Turkish
and Latin, and in the tongue of Spain.
And then an inspiration came to the
anguished youth. “The universal
language,” he cried, “I'll try, for-
sooth!” He kissed the demure maiden
and pressed her to his breast; she
understood that language, and—well,
you know the rest.
With a smooth iron and Defiance
Starch, you can launder your shirt-
waist just as well at home as the
steam laundry can; it will have the
proper stiffness and finish, there will
be less wear and tear of the goods,
and it will be a positive pleasure to
use a Starch that does not stick to the
unco prohibiting the sale of Uno wu*
. Central State Normal school of Ed
mund will have a new building If plans
of the board of nornrnl regent* ur«
concurred In by the legislature. An
attempt will be mude to secure an-
other section of land for the school.
The Grade I. Berry hill, 80 merti
with 21 producing wells In the Glenn
Pool, has been sold by the Oklahoma
State Oil company to a company ot
Holland capitalists for $200,000. This
la one «f the largest sales of oil prop
erty mude In months.
State Superintendent Cameron has
received notice that he lias been
placed upon the program of the Na-
tional Educational association whlcn
convenes In Washington February 25.
The subject assigned him Is, "School
Plans for the Youngest State.”
Mall clerks, members of the Okla- 1
Jioma division, will meet in Oklahoma j
City the last of the month. No defin-
ite date Iuih been set but L. W. Hoggs,
president of the association, may name |
the time this week.
The defunct Choctaw State bank !
of Coalgate has liquidated Its indebt-
edness and discontinued business. !
The bank's president, Mr. Christian. |
will continue in the land and invest- |
merit business here.
The Grant county Poultry and Pel
Stock show was organized at Pond
Creek last week.
A charter was issued to the Ana-
darko State bank, which has a capi-
tal stock of $25,000.
Prisoners in the Muskogee city jail
will be placed on a rock pile instead
of allowed to serve out their time sit-
ting in comfortable cells. A ten toot
stockade will be built near the jail.
The county commissioners of Wash-
ita‘county have accepted the new
county jail building, i ne building cost
$20,000 and is built of red pressed
brick. It has three stories and a base-
Wapanucka will have a canning fac-
tory if plans of business men and
farmers mature. The stock has been
subscribed and it is proposed to begin
building the plant in the spring.
In Vary M*ny Cat** It I* W**k*n*d
Mr* Frank Ho**boom, M2 8. Wash-
ington tit., Moscow. Idaho, says; “In- |
hcrltcd kidney trou-
ble grew steadily
worse with me until |
mo nervous I could J
not aleep at night. I
was dizzy and spot* !
floated before tuy 1
eye*. My buck and I
hip* ached and every I
1 cold ■ - I led on IIM
kidneys and made me worse. 1 have |
lined ninny different medicine* and
vo* discouraged when I began with
Doan's Kidney Pill*, but now the j
symptoms that alarmed me are gone."
Sold by all dealer*. 50 cent* a boz.
Foster-Mllburn Co.. Ilultalo, N. Y.
Taking HI* Mt**ure.
"Do you ever drink to excess?“ asked
the girl’s father.
“I never touch liquor of any kind,
“How about tobacco?”
“I do not Htnoke. I hnve never had
a cigar or n cigarette In my mouth.”
“Never. I do not know one card |
“I suppose you swear sometimes?”
"No. sir. An oath has never passed
"Cm. All right. Come out and have
a stick of candy with me."
Sheer white goods. 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 would 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
the goods. Try Defiance Starch and
you will be pleasantly surprised at the
Improved appearance of your work.
His Opinion of the Dinner.
The guests at a large dinner party
did ample Justice to the tempting
viands as course after course w’as
Berved. They were loud in their
praises of the Chinese cook, of whom
the hostess was justly proud. They
declared they never ate more deli-
cious or appetizing delicacies. Final-
ly the Chinaman brought in the last
course, a huge cake heavy with
frosting. He was a converted Chi-
naman, and desiring to honor his
religion he had put a motto on the
cake that satisfied his conscience.
It read, “Prepare to Meet Thy God."
Count your own faults before at-
tempting to enumerate those of your
Better die 10,000 deaths than wound
Local men in Waukomis are plan-
ning the erection of an overall fac-
I ;ory. The new enterprise will employ
abetrt forty people.
Tryon shipped nineteen carloads of
stock in one day during the past week.
AND A WOMAN'S WORK
Robbers entered the postoffice at
Dibble, twenty miles west of Chicka-
sha, and secured a small amount of
money and stamps. The sate was
blown open with nitro glycerine.
Charles Griswold of Guthrie, chair-
man of the district clerk’s associa-
tion of the state, has received over
100 letters of inquiry in regard to fees
since statehood. Under the territor-
ial regime clerks received fees from
six or seven counties. Since state
hood they are limited to the fees from
one county and the fees in United
States cases are now collected
by United States district clerks. The
clerks say, also, that the establish-
ment of county courts has taken away
one-third of the fees in county causes
by giving the new court jurisdiction
in misdemeanor cases.
Surveyors have arrived in Shawnee
to begin work on the Fort Smith,
i Checotah & Shawnee interurban. The
survey will go east from Shawnee.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM
Nature and a woman’s work com-
bined have produced the grandest
remedy for woman’s ills that the
tvorld has ever known.
In the good old-fashioned days of
our grandmothers they relied upon
the roots and herbs of the field to
cure disease and mitigate suffering.
The Indians on our 'Western
Plains to-day can produce roots and
herbs for every ailment, and cure
diseases that baffle the most skilled
physicians who have spent years in
the study of drugs.
From the roots and herbs of the
field Lydia E. Pinkliam more than
thirty years ago gave to the women
of the world a remedy for their pe-
culiar ills, more potent and effica-
cious than any combination of drugs.
Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable
Compound is now recognized as the
standard remedy for woman’s ills.
Mrs. Bertha Muff, of 515 N.C. St.,
Louisiana, Mo., writes:
Complete restoration to health
means so much to me that for the sake
of other suffering women I am willing
to make my troubles public.
“ For twelve years I had been suffer-
ing with the worst forms of female ills.
During that time I had eleven different
physicians without help. No tongue
can tell what I suffered, and at times I
could hardly walk. About two years
ago I wrote Mrs. Pinkham for advice.
1 followed it, and can truly say that
Lvdia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
pound and Mrs. Pinkham's advice, re-
stored health and strength. It is
worth mountains of gold to suffering
"What Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vege-
table Compound did for Mrs. Muff,
it will do for other suffering women.
At Enid. Deputy Game Warden Mul-
ligan confiscated 720 dozen quail last
week consigned to a Chicago firm.
The shipper was the Okeene Produce
company of Okeene, who have been
fined on previous occasions for at-
Clyde Lisman of Guymon, Okla.,
freshman in Oklahoma university, has
received a telegram from Senator Gore
stating that he lias been appointed to
a cadetship at West Point. Lisman
is president of this class. Forest Ed-
wards and Melville Robertson, stu-
dents in Oklahoma university, have
Citizens and business men of Ok-
lahoma City, to the number of aoout
five hundred, met at the rooms ot me
Chamber of Commerce in that
city last week and denounced the oc-
cupation tax and declared by resolu-
tion for a reduction of salaries of
A. H. Adcock of Geary, has brought
suit against the Rock Island railroad
for $1,995 for being forcibly put off
one of its passenger trains December
Charles Garrett was taken from a
car of potatoes at Lawton last week
where he had been a prisoner for ten
days with nothing to eat or drink but
raw potatoes. To secure shelter from
the cold at Ault. Colorado. New Year's
eve he climbed into a car load of
potatoes and fell asleep. During the
time he was asleep the car was locked
and the next time he saw the light of
day was when the car was opened.at
Lawton ten days later.
Stjltk or Ottio. City or Tolido, I
Lucas Cocty. ( '
Frank J. Cuknky make* oath that he la aonlor
partner of the firm of F. .1. Chunky a Co., dolus
tmalueee la the City of Toledo. County and State
aforesaid, and that eald (Inn will pay the eum of
ONE HUNDRED DOLLAKS for each ami every
case of Catarrh that cauuot be cured by the use of
Hall's Catarrh Cork. ^ ^ ^ CHgjygy
Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence,
this 6th day of December, A. D., 1H86.
A. W. GLEASON,
■j iial|. Notary Publio.
nail's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts
directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by all Druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
Plants That Are Poisonous.
Many harmless plants contain
poison. Daffodil and narcissus pick-
ers are troubled with a skin disease
known as "daffodil poisoning.” Gath-
erings form under the fingernails.
They are caused by minute crystals
in the juice of the stems. The bulbs
of the white Roman hyacinth have
similar unpleasant properties.
Do You Itch?
If so, you know the sensation is not
an agreeable one, and hard to cure
unless the proper remedy is used.
Hunt’s Cure is the King of all Skin
remedies. It cures promptly any itch-
ing trouble known. No matter the
name or place. One application re-
lieves—one box is absolutely guaran-
teed to cure.
It Was Real.
“What a beautiful piece of mistletoe
you have on the chandelier, Miss
“Yes, Mr. Simpkins, it is; but do
you know, I’m afraid it’s not genuine.”
Just at this point she discovered
that it was, and the conversation
8bo—But before you married me
you said you were well off.
lie—So I was, but I didn't know It. I
O \V. I'arlowe, East Florence, Ala , j
writes: “For nearly seven yeur* 1 was
afflicted with a form ofa*k!n disease I
which caused an almost unbearable
Itching. I could neither work, rest t
or sleep In peace. Nothing gave me
permanent relief until I tried Hunt's i
Cure. One application relieved mo; I
one box cured me, and though u year |
has passed, 1 have stayed cured. 1 uni
grateful beyond expression."
Hunt's Cure Is a guaranteed remedy
for all Itching diseases of the skin.
The Matter With It.
“What Is the matter with my
poem?" asked the amateur contribut-
or; “Isn't the meter all right?"
“Oh. yes," replied the editor, "the
meter Is excellent.”
“I think if you look again you will
find that the rhymes are faultless."
“The rhymes are very good, quit©
Ingenious, I might say."
“Then why do you decline It?”
“You have forgotten to Bay any-
The Plain Plucker.
If a burn or a bruise afillcts you rub
it on, rub it on.
Then bofore you scarcely know it the
trouble will be gone.
For an aching joint or muscle do the
It extracts all pains and poisons,
plucks the stings and heals the
Hunt's Lightning Oil does it.
“Children make life lots brighter
"Yes," answered Mr. Sirius Barker.
“If it weren't for children we wouldn't
have any excuse for going to the cir-
! cus in summer nor for fooling with
I mechanical toys during the holidays.”
That an article may be good as well
as cheap, and give entire satisfaction,
I is proven by the extraordinary sale of
i Defiance Starch, each package con-
| taining one-third more Starch than
can be had of any other brand for the
Had Its Uses.
“I love to whiff the aroma of the
burning leaves,” said the poetical girl,
as they strolled through the park.
“So do I," replied her tall escort;
“it drowns the odor of gasoline from
Use the best. That’s why they buy Red
Cross Ball Blue. At leading grocers, 5 cents.
We must ever improve our time;
time goes with rapid foot.—Ovid.
PILES CURED IN 6 TO H DAYS.
PAZO OINTMENT I» guaranteed to euro any ease
of Itching, Blind. Bleeding or Protruding Piles In
6 to 14 days or money refunded. 60c.
For he that once is good is ever
pi von(ii, ii'iiiitm
ling tin' Stomndn nmllkiwch,4
Promotes I)i£i'slumf hrrrful
ness mill IVv.Conuint neither
Opium Morphine norMmnL
Not N ai»c otic.
AVyv ,rou nswuumwt
jUk Snmt *
Aperfcrl lU’itwdy forr<«ntlp»
lion. Sour Slomafli.Dlarrtmn
Worms .Convulsions feverish
IK’S9 and Loss OF SBEEP.
ftcSimile Signaiurr of
Atb months old
J5 Doses ~.15^ewts
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
For Infanta and Children.
The Kind You Have
INC CINTAUN COMPART, NTW TOP* OfTT.
Don’t Buy Fake Stocks
Buy Land. The Safest and Most Profit-
able of All Investments.
The Famous Simmons Ranch in the Most Fertile
Part of South Texas is Now on the Market.
Truck Farms from 10 to 640 Acres and ol Amazing Fertility for Sale al
5210 Each, Payable $10 a Month Without Interest.
Read What Others Say of It:
Eckert, Texas, April 16, 1907.
Dr. C. F. Simmon., San Antonio, Tex. , .
Dear Sir:—] have just returned from a tour of three (lays inspection
of your Atascosa County Texas Ranch and I will gladly say that 1 found
equally as good as you claim, and I believe, is even better, at least 95 per
cent, of the land would he fine fanning land.
Well as to the size of the body of the land, it is as fine as I ever saw.
When this section gets a railroad, which it soon will have, and must
have as the country demands it, that section will be equnl in value with
anv section in the state, because you can grow whatever you wish to plant,
and it can he kept growing, with the abundance of water which is obtainable
either in shallow or artesian wells.
1 find sufficient timber for posts, and wood, the balance of the land is
mostly prairie, with some small brush and pear. ^ INDlToLVl ’
Write at once for book of views of the ranch, complete literature and name
of nearest agent.
DR. C. F. SIMMONS,
215 Alamo Plaza, SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS.
In great variety for sale at the lowest prleea by
I WTEKTKIUI MEWBririR ISION, K.n.m Cllj, SUmurl
LIVE STOCK AND
May Change Conditions.
A process has been discovered by
a Shanghai scientist of softening and
degumming the ramie fiber, by which
it becomes superior to cotton yarn
and much like silk. A secret process
does the work in ten minutes. This
is likely to revolutionize the textile
trade of China and to affect Jhe United
States cotton exports.
Many Professional Men,
clergymen, teachers and singers use
Brown’s Bronchial Troches for curing
hoarseness and coughs.
A man who says a mean thing
about another man isn't half as mean
as the man who repeats it.
Garfield Tea purifies the blood, eradi-
cating rheumatism, gout and other chron-
ic diseases. It is made of Herbs-not drugs!
Our great care should be not to
live long, but to live well.—Seneca.
DON’T SPOII, YOUR CI.OTHES.
Use Red Cross Ball Blue and keep them
white as snow. All grocers. 5c. a package.
To bear is to conquer our fate.—
FOR STIFFNESS, SORENESS, SPRAIN OR BRUI8E,
NOTHING IS BETTER THAT YOU CAN USE;
LUMBAGO’S PAIN, RHEUMATIC TWINGE,
YOUR BACK FEELS LIKE A RUSTY HINGE;
SCIATIC ACHES ALL PLEASURES SPOIL,
FOR HAPPINESS USE ST. JACOBS OIL.
■— thing advertised in
its columns should insist upon having
what they ask lor, refusing all substi-
tutes or imitations.
nDflOCV NEW DIHCOVEBYt giro*
fc/irf Kl/r^O W qtlck relief andcurosworstcates.
Hook of testimonials and ID days’ treatment EBJU
bit. U. 11. o It JOHN'S SONS. Box 1L ATLANTA. GA.
FOR SOLDIERS AND HEIRS
All federal soldiers and sailors who served 90 days
between 1H61 and 1866 and who homesteaded less than
160acres bofore June23,1874, are entitled t-ojiddltionul
homestead rights which I buy. If soldier is dead, I1J9
heirs can sell. Talk to old soldiers, widowsand heirs.
Find some soldier relative who went West or South
after the war and homes'eadod government land,
let busy and make some easy money. WrlteHENKV
S. Coi*i\ Washington. D. C.. fo
for further particulars'
PLANTS, SEEDS. Best on earth.
I ^ Free Catalog Intern*! Nurseries,
DEFIANCE Cold Water Starch
makes laundry work a pleasure. 16 oz. pkg. 10c.
W. N. U., Oklahoma City, No. 3. 1908.
STRAIGHT StCIGAR always reliable
The great art of life consists in
fortitude and perseverance. The mis-
chance of those who fall behind,
though flung upon fortune, more fre-
quently arises from want of skill and
perseverance.—Sir Walter Scott.
ONLY ONE "BROMO QUININE” |
That is I.AXATIVB BROM<>' QU1N1NK. LookTor
the signature of K. W. GUOVh. Lsed the Word
over to Cure a Cold in One Hay. Joe.
An ounce of help is better than a
ton of hot air on the subject.
Mr*. Winslow's Soothing Syrup.
For children teething, softens the gums, reduce* tn-
flomiuaUon. allays path, cures wind code. Z&cabotUe. j
Calamity is man’s true touchstone. .
, SHOES AT ALL
^PRICES, FOR EVERY
- MEMBER OFTHEFAMILY,
MEN, BOYS. WOMEN, MISSES AND CHILDREN.
-cp, w. L. Oouglam makem and mail* more
1®“ Zitn’a $2.50, $3.00and SS.BOahoea ***
than any other manufacturer In the
BaaF3" •world, because they hold their
shape, fll better, mrear longer, and
-tssr* are of greater value than any other meg*
W® ahoea in the world to-day. n .
W.T. JHOt^UI..AS^*l*i-ocktoo, At —
The Ellis County bank has beea
opened at Arnett.
You Look Prematurely Old
Because of those ugly, grizzly, gray hairs. Uae “ LA CREOLE" HAIR RESTORER. PRICE. $1.00, retell.
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