Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 45, Ed. 1 Friday, July 31, 1908 Page: 2 of 8
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Lexington Leader. | HEARST PART! NOMINITES
MEW STATE NEWS
After * period of several months
t (lack work, there are nutji more
men employed in the Shawnee
•hop* of the Rock Island than at
any previous time since the shops
were located there.
GPremor Haskell has commuted the
sentence o! P. L. Saunders, of Kiowa
county, convicted of conveying liquor
within the elate and sentenced to
thirty days' imprisonment and $u0
fine. The jail sentence is cut off.
It is slated that Governor C. N.
Haskell, of Oklahoma, has been ten
dered the treasurershlp of the demo-
cratic national committee. Formal an-
nouncement, carrying his acceptance.
It is said, will be made when the
committee meets for organisation in
A petition has been filed with the
corporation commission by County At-
torney Hepburn of Logan county, for
Injunction restraining the Pioneer
Telephone company from putting Into
effect a 20 per cent advance In rates
nf which It has notified its patrons.
Three state banks were chartered
in Oklahoma last week: The Okl r
boma City State Dank, with a capital
Ktock of 925,000, the (Farmers and
Merchants Hank of Shattuck, with a
110,000 capital stock, and the First
Btate Hank of Idufcel, with (10,000 cap-
IB an opinion rendered at the re-
quest ol an Oklahoma druggist. Attor-
ney General Charles J. West holds
that under the provisions of the Bll-
lups law it would not be legal for a
druggist to fill a prescription for pure ;
alcohol, and that such a prescription
would have to be tiled at the dispen-
The session laws of the last legisla-
ture probahly will be ready for distri-
bution in about two weeks. The codi-
fying committee has now completed
Its work and Is reading proof on the
copy. The plan is to print 10,000 vol-
umes, which will sell for 50 cents in
paper binding, and J) in sheep.
While the regents of the state
school for the deaf have created the
position of bookkeeper and steward, at
a salary of $1,200 per year, they have
decided not to fill It for the coming
year, but will require the superinten-
dent also to perform the duties of
bookkeeper and steward, thus saving
Complete retnrns show that Altus
won the Jackson county seat contest
by ft majority of 74Ik Altus received
2,093 votes, Olustee 1,363. The vole
Is shown to have been a heavy one
when It is considered that in the last
general election ouly 3,070 votes were |
The assessment of real estate for
Cleveland county has been complet-
ed and Is four times the amonnt of
the assessment last year. The as-
sessment this year totals $11,012,271,
and of this amount $2,791,134 is lev-
intf against railway and telephone
The training of horses for the cav-
alry at Fort Reno, will begin imme-
diately. A gang of forty-two animals
were received at the Fort from Mon-
tna and will bo put into training.
There is stable room enough at. the
Fort for about 600 horses, and the fa-
cilities will be taxed «.b rapidly as a
eupply of fresh horses can be had.
When finished, these horses will be
tent to the cavalry of the army.
It is reported that the proposed
Coalgate, Sulphur & Western electric
railway line will become a tangible
certainty within a short time. Work,
it 1s stated, will begin at once out of
Bulphsr toward Oklahoma City.
flatt Carr, a prominent farmer near
Lawton narrowly escaped death at the
hands of Steve Johnson, a neighbor,
who suddenly went craby and while
working for Carr attacked him.
Flora, the four-year old daughter of
C. W. Vohon. a prominent wholesale
and retail coal dealer of Chattanooga.
ron over by a loaded wagon and
killed. Both wheels passed over the
ehitf s >,ead, smashing it Into a pulp.
Captain F. B. King, of Lawton, has
been detailed as inspection officer for
the purpose of making the annual
state Inspection of the Oklahoma na
Clonal guard, and will take up that
work at once. He will be accompa-
nied on the Inspection trip by Major
William Black, U. S. A., who was re-
ceuty detailed as military inspector
tor the Oklahoma national guard.
The school board of Kl Ileno has let
the contract for two new school build-
ings to cost $56,000. The school pop
nlation in that place baB almost dou
Wed in the past two ytait and all the
■shools are crowded.
E. A. Kdmondson. of Holdenville,
t,as been appointed deputy kt.ate exam-
iner and inspector by Governor Has
McAlester will vot« on a $163,000
bond proposition, August 4.
INDEPENDENCE PARTY SELECT!
CANDIDATES AND PLATFORM
HISBEK m GRIVE5 HUE THE TICKEI
New Party Declares foe a Central
Bank Over the Head of Members
of the Committee—Hearst Makes the
"Key Note" Address
CHICAGO: Thomas L. Hisgen, of
Massachusetts was nominated on the
third ballot as the candidate of the
Independence party for me presiden-
cy of the I'nited i',tales. John Tern
plfc Graves of New York was named
But little work wcj ac--m pushed at
the first session because o; a protract-
ed debate among the members of the
resolutions committee j*s tj how the
currency plank should be expressed.
The tentative draft of this plank pro-
vided for the issuance of all money:;
by the government. The platform as
presented the country demanded the
creation of a central governmental
bank through which the currency
should pass to the people.
The feature of a central bank was
strongly distasteful to several mem-
bers of Ihe committee, some of whom
declared that they had leit the repub-
lican party because of Its adherence
to this principle, and if :ne independ-
ence party was going to advocate the
same doctrine they might as well re-
turn to their original faith. The plat-
foim was, however, accepted by Ihe
convention, with every demonstration
of enthusiasm and the utterancei. of
the party as expressed therein were
W. R. Hearst, in his speech as tem-
porary chairman of the convention ar-
raigned both old parlies, saying:
The republican party Is the open
and avowed handmaiden oi the trusts.
It scorns those *ho woina rescue It,
repudiates those who would reform it.
and glories brazenly in itv profitable
"The democratic party is merely en
vious or its sordid sisters;' ill-gotten
finery. It upbraids her at one elec-
tion and imitates her at Ihe next.
"The republican leader? are the po-
litica. attorneys of trust and moriop
olies. the representatives iti public life
of those giant corporations which
have superseded the people in this re-
public us the soiirr." of power and the
seat of authority.
"The democratic vanguard is a IV
staff's army. It is led by a knight
arrayed in a motley of modified pro
fesslons, and compromised principles,
of altered opinions and retracted
Mr. Hearst at this poiunt in his ad
dress mentioned the names o Sulli-
van. Hopkins, Murphey, McCIelian,
Taggart, Ryan, llelnioirt. Bailey and
Williams, describing them a- offlo#rs
of ihe democratic van guar a, and <Jes
touting them In uncompHS«nt*Py
8HAWNBB: .ludge J. h. 8heperd.
alio IS clearing up the title to tile h
dian lands, is expected in this city
soon to probe the famous Kickapoo
graft. It Is of the Kickapoo graft
that Judge Sheperd's instructions the
In strike and s|.are no:. It is freely
predicted that several of tlie largest
holders of Kickapoo land Will be dis-
posessed and the lauds given back to
A state organization of county
treasurers has been formed and J. H.
Miller, of McIntosh county, was elect-
ed president, Connell Rogers, of Mus-
kogee county, vice-president, and Wil-
iani White, of Wagoner county, secre-
tary. A genera! meeting of all the
county treasurers in the state ho.;
been called at Oklahoma City, Septem-
ber 4 and 5. and at that time a perma-
nent organization will be effected.
ANOTHER BOOZE RULING
State Officials Restrained From Seiz-
ing Interttate ShlpmenU
ENID; Unjoining stato and county
officials from seizing shipments of li-
quor in transit In Oklahoma until each
shipments shall have been delivered to
consignees. Judge .lohn Cottera! in
the United States circuit court here
issued a temporary restraining order
In the case of ihe Harvest King Die-
tiling company of Kansas City, Mo.,
against Charles West, attorney gener-
al of Oklahoma: Hoiiert Lozier super-
intendent of the t^ate liquor dispen-
sary, and officials of the counties of
Logan, Stevens and Custer. In grant-
ing the injunction Judge Cotteral held
that the state of Oklahoma had power
to regulate llquo- shipments as re-
lated to domestic commerce rinly. and
that the stale had not the right to
Interfere with interstate shipments.
Numerous shipments of liquor com-
ing trom Kansas and other states have
been seized In various Oklahoma
towns of lute by county and municipal
authorities upon arrival at the differ-
ent freight depots.
LITTLK ROCK. ARK.: The several
suits pending against the Waters
Pierce Oil "Company In the circuit
court, Chsiicing violation of the ant.
trust laws of the state and illegal dis-
crimination. terminated Monday when
the attorneys for the defendant com-
pany accepted a compromise penalty
The prosecuting attorney. In accept-
ing the compromise gave as hla rea-
on llie improbability of securing con-
viction. should the cases be brought
e i: Ijh a
Oklahoma state News
Bl/sV Rt ADtR4
FIRE AT GOTEBO
ALLOTTEES DOUBLE PRICE
Who'e Business Block is Burned— Indian and Negro Owners Pool
Loss is $50,000 Double Price
GOTEBO: Kfve ^originating in the MTSKOGEE: "Stung by the RTaft-
buildihK occupied by A J. Miller & jng allottees,'* is the way the land
Son. destroyed one whole busineps buyers are summing up the sequel to
block and threatened the destruction removal of restrictions in eatsern
of the entire, business section of the oklahoma, and, while the Indians and
city. Lack of lire apparatus hamper-
ed the volunteer firemen iu their ef-
forts to control the conflagration. The
loss is conservatively estimated at
V>0.00('. about one-half of which is
covered by insurance.
Those suffering loss arc: A. .1. Mil-
negroes are giving the prospective
buyers the laugh, they have proved
themselves past grand masters in the
art of grafting and have put a quietus
to the much heralded sale of lands by
pooling their lands and doubling the
& Sons, general merchandise; O. I price.
Mlnton & Bro„ hardware, Imnlf^; Following the time when the restrio
ments and tinware manufacturers: H. j tions were removed it was expected
II. Wodel, dry goods ainl getters! liter-1 that thousands of acres would change
chandlse: M. L. Albritton (rcstaurant, hands as the laiul giaftets anj their
and bakery; S. 1). Chambers, drugs; j agents supposed they had a line on
W. K. Chapman, dry goods and no-;a great amount of the land offered. In
tlons; Mike (Irani, building: Chester! fact m.iny who thought they had a
O. Read, building; II. D. Chambers,1'i cinch on land and who have prac-
bulidlng: 1'. .1. Becker, building; J.jtically been keeping the negroes for
P. Dellinger, building. | weeks with the hopes that after the
new law went Into effect they would:
for a small amount of moneny, obtain
possession of valuable land were sur-
prised at the turn of affairs. In many
instances money had been advanced
by Ihe land grabbers in order to se-
cure the land when the law removing
| restrictions became operative. Com-
lerrd and the advanced price placed
MRS. CARRIE PRESTON HELD ON
CMMES TWD-WEEKS-OLD BME TO CELL
Coroner's Jury Returns Verdict Find
ing Woman Guilty—Crime Dented
by Woman—Victim Slam While He
HOLDENVILLE: Clutching hei two
weeks old babe to her breast, crying
hysterically and declaring her inno-
cence, Mrs. Carrie ♦Preston was placed
in jail here, charged with rcurdeit.n*
her husband at Hanna, a small town
in the eastern part of llugoes county,
Preston was killed while he
asleep. At 3 o'clock in the morning
the slayer placed a gun t iote to his
temple and fired.
Mrs. Preston declared that she w: h
sleeping when the assassination oe
eurred. She claimed to have heard
persons moving about outside their
home just after the shot was fired.
The coroner's jury, however, re-
turned a verdict finding that Preston
was killed by his wife.
AIMS AT KANSAS COMPANY
West Says It Must Quit
Down Oklahoma Law
QUTHKIE: That Attorney General'
Charles .1. West's tight on the Prairie
Oil- and Oas company j* also inciden-
laliy directed against the Kansas Nat-|; ,v(>1 fpw
urn 1 Can company, wlilcn supplies
Kansas City and Joplin. Mo., and most
of the larger towns of Kansas with
gas. I.< made e\lden; by a letter writ-
ten by him to J. (.'. Stearr, of Vinita,
and made public.
Mr. West claims to have positive
Information that the Kansas Natural
land by the allottees has put
purchasers out of business.
FOR VOTERS' INFORMATION
Oklahoma Election Board Send* Out
PamphKt to Voters
Cas company is practically out of gas., or.nm,E: ThP official oamphlet
lie assei 's that if the company can;!of |Ute quMt,ong to Emitted to
not break down the Oklahoma law and
territory within the next two
„ vote of the people a* Ihe general
develop some j e]ectjon ca Xovembei 3 has been is-
sued. The pamphlet contains a sam-
yeurs, I1 W have i.> go C>it c but-i- ll0t. a eoi^ o!' the proposed law
Idmi. He Intimates thai the Kansas
Natural Qti company is therefore;
really m party 10 1 lie oil |)i|"- line,
Another pieee of information made,
public by the Attorney general's >o:-
ler Is Ihe positive statement that tiie.
Texts eonjpaiiv will within the ne\;
two or three da.\s organize an Okla-
homa corporation tor building !>i|ie>
tinee in Ihe state
BRIDGES ON BfcMVAL Pf.AN
and an argument upon each of the
five questions that ve to be submit-
ted. These pamphlets are being mail-
ed by ti i' supreme election boarrt. one
with each ballot liiflt is to be used In
the primary elect inn 011 Aug.1st 4.
Ench man who votes at primaries
will get one of these booklets to studv
before ihe general election. The fol-
lowing questions, v. ill lie voted on:
The dispensary system. Torrens JanS
system, location of capital. New Jeru-
salem plan, sale of school lands.
Some ef the Counties a*dopt Par
tial Payment Goverruneni W«ntt> a Site
PAWHUSKA: The rental plan of; MUSKOGEE: The government has
bridge building in Osage county Is t ! a,ivertised for sealed proposals for
be followed. The plan has been rec- j ^)e pUrcnase 0f a site for the new fed-
nmmended by state authorities to the j eraJ building for which the last con-
counties where the legal indebtedness! ress made nn appropriation of 250.-
has practically reached the limit 01 j This is laken as an Indication
Under the j
the tax levy last year
rental plan contracts <
with bridge companies
certain amount may be paid eacfi
year until the entire cost of construc-
tion is paid, when the bridges are for-
mally turned over to the county. In
I that the government proposes to be-
1 be made | . congtructjon 0f the building this
Fire at Foss
FOSS: One entire stone black In
i Foss, except Herring & Young's bnild-
Osage county, as well ns in otherF. j .ng. was VnirnPd Siindav morning. The
the spring floods washed away many flre' invovea the loss of Ball's restau-
bridge-s. These could not be purchas-1 ranf th0 Foss potoffice. Washita
ed with funds available, and the gov-1 nar(lware & Implement company,
ernor and attorney general ""* al'-1 Mayer's drug store. Galloway Hroth-
pealed to for advice. The leg:,..: I p|.g. gf,npral merchandise, and the
ture had adjourned and there was no pin)t Nationa]. Bani,. i,0hs J.'iO.OOO,
plan of relief. The rental plan was j c(m,rP(1 hy insurance.
Says Quit or Aek for Receiver
May Confiscate Berr I (jfTHRlE: Assistant Attorn"} On-
OKLAHOMA t'lT^ Representing | era] Spilnian ha? concurred in the
the state as a special attorney, under | opin|0n of Bank Commissioner
the BlUnps "booze" law. Fred j Smock that the Oklahoma State Loan
well, of this city has filed applies-1 rompany cf Oklahoiua City is \loIat-
tlon In Justice court for Ihe confisca-1 ,nR stale law. and that the bank
tlon of about $7,000 worth of beer j commissioner should notify the corn-
found In the plant of the Moss Drew ))any to quit business or go Into the
Ing company here. A hearing will b«l|iall(iR of a receiver.
had in ten days on the application. I
The contention will be made by the | (}overnor Haskell has issued a
brewery that the barrels contain tli« proclamation calling for a county
government stamp and any attempt 1 SPgt ^p^tion for Pittsburg county,
by the state to confiscate their con- September 26th. McAlester was made
tents would put the state up against 1 ()lP temporary county seat by the con
the federal government. j gtltiitional convention.
Mine Exposion at Miami First Conviction Under Boo/e Bill
MIAMI: Jess Bennett, of Cartervllle. HOBART: The first conviction un-
Mo and Kd Reynolds, of Miami, were der the provisions of the Hlllups
killed in the premature explosion or j boone bill, which makes the possession
ten Htirk.s of d\namit in the Kinma of a license piima fa< i<'
Gordon mln. They wcie placing the evidence of an Intention to sell liquor
exp)oHive in a hole preparatory to j wan. had in countx camt liere + en
blasting Reynolds was completely Ruck Mack, a prominent citizen was
decapitated, bits of his bod> being | convicted. Mack was arrested as r.
scattered for yard.- Bennett lived j bootlegger because he was carrying u
minutes arter the explosion. | government license around on his per-
"hot hole" caused i son. He has appealed the ease ann
i will carry I: through the higher courts
Jury Convicts Kansas Banker
GRKAT BEND, KAN.: After delib-
erating two days and two nights, the
jury In the case of Edward Bocke-
mohle, president of the defunct bank
of Ellinwood. returned a verdict find-
ing the defendant guilty on one of six
counts. This count charges him with
receiving money for deposit after the
limit of thirty days given the bank "to
try to extricate itself from Its bad
financial condition had expired. The
passage of sentence was deferred! His
punishment, though, may be a sen-
tence of from one lo five years In the
penitentiary or a fine of $5,000, or both
fine and sentence.
Woman Held for Manslaughter
FREDERICK: Mrs. Margaret Steph-
ens, Christian scientist, charged with
manslaughter In the second degree, be-
cause she did not summon a physician
when I.eland Dodson, eight years old,
was bitten by a snake, has been bound
over to the grand jury under $1,000
bond. Christian science sympathizers
sent out dispatches from Frederick to
the effect that Mrs. Stephens h«d
Convicted of Manslaughter; Apptala
GUTHRIE: William II. Rhea, aen-
tenced from Canadian county to 80
years Imprisonment for manslaughter
in the first degree, has appealed his
case to the supreme court. Rhea kill-
ed Arthur Newell at El Rer,o On March
17, 1907. He called Newell to the
door of bis place of business and ghof
him down in the street. He claimed
that Newell hail ruined his hcit< and
pleaded tue unwritten law.
Ohnhemr 8e Qlesnly
GUTHRIE: Oklahoma is soon <0 un-
dergo & thorough house cleaning ac-
cording to the edict sent forth by T
J. C. Mahr, secretary of the_ Btate
board of health and secretary o: the
pure food commission. Immediately
upon his return from a trip of obser-
vation through Kansas and to Kansas
City. Dr. Mahr announces that he
will Immediately make war on all
kinds of nncleanllness in cities and
towns of the State and attempt to
drive out all adulterations and subter-
fuges in foods and dairy products sold
In the state.
NOT ONLY COULD, BUT DID.
Mr. Grandon Abie to Bear Testimony
to Wife's Accomplishments.
Sometimes there is a drop of regret
In the cup «f joy served by fate to the
husband of a brilliant talker. "I
should think It would be a privilege
to sit at the table with your wlfo
three times a day," said one of Mrs.
Grandon's ardent feminine admlrerB.
"Only twice a dav." said Mr. Gran
don, with a bow, "I do not go borne
"Too bad'" said the admirer. "We
could not get on without ber at club
I'm sure. Why, I believe she could
talk Intelligently on a thousand top-
"She can—and does." said Mr. Gran-
don. and with another bow he slipped
out just as his wife appeared. —
Kind Gentleman—My poor man, ot
all the bad scrapes you've had, whfch
was the worst ?
Rambling Rupert—De worse serai*'
I ever had, sir. was when 1 got shaved
in a barber college.
CUTICURA CURED FOUR
Southern Woman Suffered with Itch
ing. Burning Rain—Three Little
Babies Had Skin Troubles.
"My baby had a running sore on hie'
neck and nothing that I did for it took
effect until I used Cuticura. My face
was nearly full of tetter or some slm
liar skin disease. It would Itch and
burn so that I could hardly stand It.
Two cakes of Cuticura Soap and a boi
of Cuticura Ointment cured me. Two
years after it broke out on my bandr
and wrist. Sometimes I would go
dearly crazy for it Itched so badly. 1
went back to my old stand-by, that
had never failed me—one set of Cut!
cura Remedies did the work. One
set also cured my uncle's baby whose
head was a cake of sores, and another
baby who was in the same fix. Mrs.
Lillle Wilclier, 770 Eleventh St, Chat-
tanooga, Tenn.. Feb. 16, 1907."
What is known a
Custer County Hat $1,100 Due
OUTHR1K: A discrepancy in the tc
counts of the treasurer's office of
Custer county, which has become an
! heirloom. having evidently been
Tobacco May Supplant Cotton
MUSKOGEE: Will tobacco succeed j
cotton as ,1 Staple product of OKls
homa? This Is ti question that Is be
Ing asked in a good niuny <|uartei> funded down from some Incumbent t
now. Experiments In sev eral jj.irts ot office eight or ten ; ear* ago. is
eastern Oklahoma have been remark (a be investigated by Stale Examiner
ably successful, and t bile the old tin. and Inspector Charles A. Taylor. It
ers are loath to give up the cotton |s evident that none of the recent in-
fleld with Its rich return for any other! cumbents of the offi'-e are responsi-
crop. the new farmers coming in art- t,!,. and X M. Sauudeis. of Kingfisher
not, so settled iu their w:iys and they | rounty. nns been appointed « special
because of difficulty In W are rea(jy t(, irv tobacco or any thlBg' deputy t (ttv#*ti#at« th* books The
( <*E8a •vi<Wn<«. •• «1m mm jpromliO- inmt i r<ne- ^tf;mn «a.a<'y it smW 1* «b<M t AMM
Work on the Rock Island yards In
El Reno has been resumed and 200
men are at work there, while instruc-
tions have been issued to employ all
who apply on the job, that the com-
pany may use the yards and shops
within the next 60 days.
Corporation Reports Due In 1909
GUTHRIE: In reply to un icqtiiry
from the state auditor. Assistant, At
torney General Spllmati holds that the
evident intent of the gross revenue
tax law is that the first reports as to
their receipts to be made by corpora-
tions under that law shall be submit-
ted to the auditor on October 31, 190H,
as the law does not become fully elf
fective until next year. Provision is
made for a report on October SI, 1908.
but this Is held to be an error, as the
remainder of the law shows the In-
tent to have been for 1909 instead of
CUHTAIL THAW'S PRIVILEGES
Officials Allow Only His Wife and At
torneys to See Him
POUGHKEBP81E, N. Y : Harry K
Thaw's privileges in the county jail
have been curtailed until he is kept
constantly confined in a corridor
where there are 110 other prisoners.
He Is permitted to receive as visitors
only his attorney and his wife, and
is not allowed the free use of the jail
telephone, which he had up to a short
GI THRIK: In an opinion 'o the cor-
poration commission. Attorney Gener-
al West holds thai the printing of the
orders of the commission should be
paid for out of the state printing fund
and not from thf $33,000 specifically
appropriated by the legislature for
that purpose. He holds thn: the law
puts all pubic printing under the con-
trol of the printing board. Including
this particular class of printing, and
that the buai'd could expend this $3.-
000 only by reason of its judicial auth-
ority in 1 a-<es which >*• men t« it to
bo of an <hmh£ i>' 5 eh*,-i .t«j<,
Pigeon Joins Recessional.
A little fellow who Rings In tti*
eholr of a Long Island village church
Is the happy possessor of tame |)i
geons. One of them follows him to fcha
pretty vine covered place of worship
and during the sermon coos and fltn
Vers among Oie crimson ramblers >.
the open window. One recent Sunday
when the recessional began the biriS
flew Jn and circled about the little
fellow's head until he reached th®
choir room door. It then flew out an«i
waited to escort its email owner
fa Spread Temperance Caus%
Mrs. Katherine L. Stevenson j>hj
been commissioned by the Internal®
al Woman's Christian Temperano®
Union to make a tour through China.
Japan and Hawaii. She is to visit til©
most important educational lustito •
tions of the three countries and ex
plain to the faculties and students the
temperance measures adopted by the
Woman's Christian Temperance Union.
"1 was almost distracted by a ter-
rible itching which defied all treat
ment until I obtained a box of Hunt'n
Cnre. The first application affordeo
instant and absolute relibt The one
box effected a complete cure.
"It is simply wonderful in its in
Manitou, O. T.
The Spoiled Child.
"No," growled little Willie. "I doift
want that big pink necktie on."
"It doesn't matter what you want,"
replied his mother, "you must have it
"Well, if you pnt it on ine Ml cry n?l
over it and that'll spoil it."—Phlladei
ft Does It.
The remedy that cured your mother
and yotir father of chills twenty years
ago is sure good enough to cure
you and your kids at the present time,
Cheatham's Chill Tonic did it and will
still do It. It's guaranteed.
More Than Proof.
Cantious Official—Has your friend
tact and administrative ability?
Enthusiastic, Indorser—He never
umpired a baseball game yet where
to wkive orT mm akja
A.Nil BUILI) 111' TIIE SYSTEM,
Villi' Ul« Old S'.AIll.Mvl OIUIVKH TAJSTKLKbS
i-llll.I, TONIC. You know wli t yon 1.1> taking.
l'h« ti,mm la In plainly prlnU'il on i vnry botll*
BbowLnii Itli, dimply gulnlno and Iron In a (lint'.li'Kv
form. 11 nil Mi,, 1110H effectual torn.. Cor . 1 win
and children, fctk.
The eyes of a man looking for n
wife rest longer on the girl who can
manufacture a pie than on one whose
long suit Is piano thumping.
Your DruQgist Will Tell You
Hi.it Murine Eye Remedy Cures Eye*,
Makes Weak Eyes Strong. Doesn't Smart.
Soothes Eye l'ain and Sells for 50c.
There is at, least one woman in tbe
world for every man in the world to
think the world of.
*1.1. rP-TO-DATB HOVtEKBRPEHS
Use Red Crops Bali Blue. It makes clotliee
•iean and aweet as when uejv. All grocers.
Tbe fear of deatk Is never strong
,ic hiue win* *ias learned bow to Wee
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Fox, J. O. Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 45, Ed. 1 Friday, July 31, 1908, newspaper, July 31, 1908; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110323/m1/2/: accessed February 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.