Texhoma Argus. (Texhoma, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 2, 1911 Page: 2 of 10
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The Texhoma Argus.
Jo* L. Buckley, Pub.
TEXHOMA. r : • : OKLA.
IfII OF NEWS
PICKED UP FROM EVERYWHERE
Interesting items Gathered From All
Parts of the World Condensed
Into Small Space for the Ben-
efit of Our Readers.
Shakespeare has been rejected as
"licentious, unclean and objection-
able" by the Hammond, Ind., high
A petition asking for the dissolu-
tion of the United States Steel Cor-
poration and some of its subsidiaries
has just been filed in the United States
couil in Trenton, N. J.
Negro robbers in St. Louis bound
and gagged a young girl and left her
in the cellar of a house they had rob-
Prayer has been substituted for
picketing in the strike of shop em-
ployes on the Illinois Central rail-
road at Chicago.
A $1,000,000 increase in the capital
stock and a $1,000,000 bond issue were
authorized at the annual meeting of
Santa Fe railway directors in Topeka.
All gold dredges in the Nome dis-
trict still are in operation, an unusual
condition for this time of the year.
Leading progressive members of
both Democratic and Republican part-
ies are working together on a plan
for a national presidential primary
An amendment to the constitutiou
repealing statewide prohibition will be
submitted to the voters of Oklahoma
A special "suffrage car" amply
equipped and bearing a number of
capable speakers will tour the West
The books of the United States land
office at Springfield, show that only
1,340 acres of public lands now remain
for settlement in Missouri.
The Department of Justice has en-
tered upon an investigation of the Mc
Namara dynamite cases.
A party of officials of the Pricso
railroad have left St. Louis for New
Orleans in special cars to be carried
on a boat down the Mississippi.
Formal objections have been filed
against the tobacco trust reorganiza-
tion on the ground that the plan will
not restore competitive conditions be-
cause ownership of each of the new
companies is practically identical.
The traveling men of Wichita are
planning the organization of the One
Hundred club whose object will be
to boost the town.
The biplane of C. P. Rodgers, the
coast-to-coast aviator, was wrecked
near Spofford, Tex. Rodgers was un-
A burglar was frightened from a
home in San Francisco by a dummy
figure, after hitting it with a "black
President Taft has signed the
proclamation declaring the neutrality
of the I'nited States in the war be-
tween Turkey and Italy.
Lee Guthrie, shot Minnie Haynes,
of Joplin, Mo., in a rooming house at
Pierce City and then suicided. Miss
Haynes had refused to marry him.
Mlllersburg, Mo., by a vote of 97
to 54 decided to form a special eight-
mile road district.
Muttons will be manufactured from
Neosho river shells at Iola, Kan.
About 75 persons will be employed.
Wyandotte county commissioners
fcegan an investigation of the jail de-
Railroads connected with the Cen-
tral Passenger association at Chi-
cago are planning to attack the two-
cent fare laws in Ohio, Indiana and
The Kansas City and Ft. Scott
Electric railway has been organized
and a charter applied for in Kansas.
Gov. Hadley will reduce the sen-
tence of all county prisoners worked
upon the state highway.
Columbia, Mo., is to entertain good
roads boosters with a big dinner.
Oklahoma minerals are to be de-
veloped by a company just organized
for the purpose.
The corner stone of the new li-
brary building of the school of mines
at Rolla, Mo., has been laid.
Louis L. De La Barra, brother of
Mexico's provisional president, will
meet President Taft at some point
before he returns to Washington, with
a message from the Mexican govern-
Francisco I. Madero announces he
will be inaugurated president of Mex-
ico November 5.
The town of Milpa Alta, Mex., 30
miles from the capital, was almost
destroyed by fire and dynamite by
Dr. F. A. Cook, the Artie "explorer"
attempted to lecture in Copenhagen
and was run out of the hall by the
excited Danes. He reached his hotel
under police protection.
A mysterious theft of bars of gold
valued at $26,000 consigned to the
Swiss National bank by London
houses took place at Berne, Switz-
The German foreign office sub-
stantiates the French report that the
Moroccan negotiations probably will
terminate this week.
Because of failure of his plan for
the municipal ownership of the gas
company, M. Mouchet, mayor of El-
buef, in Normandy, killed himself.
Pierre Lepreux, chief of the loan
department of the Suez Canal com-
pany, has left Paris with $400,000 in
cash and securities.
Ten strange accidents in the French
navy within a year have led the gov-
ernment to suspect treachery, and a
quiet investigation is on.
Fire broke out on the German cruis-
er Von Der Tann starting in the tow,
oil and alcohol storeroom.
It is said the date is set for the
outbreak of the Reyes revolution in
Mexico. The outbreak is to occur
in the state of Tamaulipas.
Eggs are selling at 20 each in
Guaymas, Mex., and other foods are
correspondingly high because of the
The main army of the Chinese gov-
ernment under War Minister Yin
Tchang, 20,000 men, was totally de-
feated at^ Kwang Shui, Nu Peh
province by 15,000 rebels.
Not If He Knew It.
"That's a nice little game you
played on that girl in not showing up
at the church when you were to be
married to her."
"Well, it wasn't a tie game."
"What did you lose on that wrest-
"About nine-tenths of my respect for
he human race."
Sometimes a girl gets confidential
ind tells a man that a lot of other
uen have tried to kiss her, but he is
:he only one who succeeded.
Cured in One Day
As a rule, a few doses of Munvon's Cold
Remedy will break up any cola and pre-
vent pneumonia. It relieves the head,
Munyon's Doctors. They will carefully
diagnose your case and give you advice by
mail, absolutely free.
Address Professor Munvon, 63d and
Jefferson streets, Philadelphia, Pa.
Sloan's Liniment is good for pain of
any sort It penetrates, without rubbing,
through the muscular tissue right to the
bone—relieves the congestion and gives
permanent as well as temporary relief.
A. W. Lay of Lafayette, Ala., writes:—
" I had rheumatism for five years. I tried
doctors and several different remedies but
they did not help me. I obtained a bottle
of Sloan's Liniment which did me so much
good that I would not do without it
Thomas L. Rick of Easton, Pa.,
writes: "I have used Sloan's Lini-
ment and find it first-class for rheu-
Mr. G.G. Jones of Baldwins, L.I.,
writes:—"I have found Sloan's Lin-
iment par excellence. I have used It for broken sinews above the knee
cap caused by a fall, and to my great satisfaction 1 was able to resume
my duties in less than three weeks after the accident."
is an excellent remedy for sprains, bruises, sore throat, asthma.
No rubbing necessary—you can apply with a brush.
At all (loafers. Price, 2BOm, BOOm £ $1.00.
Sloan's Book on Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Poultry sent free. Address
Dr. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS.
An appeal asking the pardon of
August Roehr, now serving sentence
for counterfeiting nickels at Fanchon,
Mo., was sent to President Taft.
John Dawson, attorney general of
Kansas, obtained district court injunc-
tions against 11 more liquor sellers
S. M. Butler of New York City was
almost instantly killed near Tlfton,
(■a., when his motor car which he
was driving in the Glidden tour was
Orville Wright, in an aeroplane
without power, remained in the air
ten minutes and one second at
Manteo, N. C., breaking all records
for gliding machines.
Pleading guilty to swearing at his
wife August Carrado, a deaf mute,
was fined $10 in police court at St.
Samuel Simon was killed and four
others injured when their motor car
was struck by a street car in Chicago.
Herman Stettmeyer, a German Just
over, 16 years old, is In jail %^Mus-
We have a very fine course in phar-
macy," says the president of the col-
lege to the father of the student who
'I m glad to hear that. My boy ex-
pects to become a druggist.'
Well, we give special lectures on
6oap, stamps, cigars, perfumery, soda
water, candy, city directories, tele-
phone books and stationery."—Life.
Madge—Was George fooling while
you were playing golf?
Marjorie—Gracious, I hope not?
Why I accepted him.—LIppincott'B.
A man may consider himself truly
famous when he has five-cent cigars
and yellow dogs named after him.
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The family with young children that la
Without sickness In the house now and
then Is rare, and so it is Important that
the head of the house should know what
to do In the little emergencies that arise.
£j£lldwWilth* a Be1riou ailment needs a
doctor, It is true, but in the majority of
-1 *ances; BS any doctor knows, the child
suffers from some Intestinal trouble
There Is no sense in giving it a pill or
a remedy containing an opiate, nor Is
flushing of the bowels to be always rec-
ommended. Rather give It a small dose
ufi ♦ bowels and strengthenlnr the
little stomach muscles, will lmmedlatai£
correct the trouble. "nmeaiateljr
,axrnoiraI,?-ne ,our opinion but that
of Mrs. N. H. Mead of Freeport JCnna
dren and takes ^herself. 'St^ YokMn
fifty cent and one dollar bottles at aver?
drug store, but if you want to test It
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Buckley, Joe L. Texhoma Argus. (Texhoma, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 2, 1911, newspaper, November 2, 1911; Texhoma, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metapth352795/m1/2/: accessed April 22, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.