The Oklahoma Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 26, 1906 Page: 3 of 8
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THE LEADER, GUTHRIE. OK LA- THURSDAY, APAIL 26. 1864.
HEAD AND SCALP
Bothered With Itching for a Long
Time —Found No Relief Until
Cuticura Was Used —Kentucky
Lady Now Completely Well.
WISHES SUCCESS TO
"After using Cuticura Soap, Oint-
ment, and Pills, I am very glad to say
I am entirely relieved of that itching
humor of the head and scalp which i
was bothered with quite a length of
time. I did not use the Cuticura Rem-
edies more than three times before I
began to get better, and now I am com-
pletely well. I suffered with that humor
on my head, and found no relief until I
took the Cuticura Remedies. 1 think
I used several cakes of Cuticura Soap,
three boxes of Ointment, and two vials
of Tills. I am doing all 1 can to publish
the Cuticura Remedies, for they have
done me good, and 1 know they will do
others the same. With best wishes for
your success " Mrs. Mat tie Jackson,
June 12, 1905. Mortonsville, Ky.
12 YEARS' SUFFERING
Cured Sound and Well By Cuti-
cura Soap and Cuticura Oint-
ment at Expense of 75c.
"1 had been suffering for twelve
years with a sore on my limb, and had
physicians give me treatment, and none
gave me yny relief until I got hold of
the Cuticura Soap and Ointment, and
I was cured sound and well with one
cake of Cuticura Soap and one box of
Ointment. 1 have confidence in Cuticura
and I would not take ten dollars for one
box if I knew that I could not get any
more." D. M. Robertson,
Sept. 29, 1905. Newton, Miss.
Complete Extornnl and Infernal Treatment for
SENATOR BAILEY'S POSI
TION IS UE-
t, dOc. (In f<
of *>), may beliad of alldruguUU. A ► 1 ngI•' «•« ofti-n' urea.
Potter Drug* Cl.- in. C orp., Su'e Pru|;*., Norton, A
1ST*Mailed Free, -'How to fait for Skin,Scalp,audiiair,"
tad " JLloW to Cure 'i'orturlug Lttciua.''
IN THE NATIONAL GUARD.
Washington, D. C., April 21.—Weeks
ago In these letters Senator Bailey's
position cn the court review amend-
ment to the rate bill was analyzed as,
after all, a review as to whether the
rate or order that the commission may
make Is within the constitutional limi-
tations. Bailey had said that he
would not deprive a railroad or any
one from testing any rate or order of
the c mmission In the courts of the
land. This rather general statement
has resulted in placing Senator Bailey
in the list of senators who favored an
unlimited court review, as is contend-
ed by the Aldrich faction, and also in
placing him in the list of senators as
favoring a limited court review, and
in polls of the Senate on this subject,
his name is found in both columns.
The limited court reviewists would
limit a test of the commission's orders
on constitutional grounds only while
those, like Aldrich and Foraker, would
have the courts pass not only the con-
stitutionality of the order, but upon
its wisdom, as well. Senator Bailey,
immediately after his flrst declaration
on the boor of the Senate in favor of
throwing the courts open to the test of
every act of the commission, clearly
established his position in an inter-
view with a dozen newspaper corre-
spondents who had called on him for
an amplification of his broad state-
ment, by poiuting out that the differ-
ence between hint and the Aldrich
supporters is that would have the
courts p ss on the reasonableness of a
rate, wh reas the other faction want
the court to pass upon the degree of
reasonableness. Yet leaders for and
against the limited court review each
counted upon Bailey as a supporter.
The latest development, of course,
settles definitely and unmistakably
Senator Bailey's position in regard to
the court review, and places him in
line, as was contended in these dis-
patches at the outset, with the limited
court review idea. To demonstrate
just h w absolutely Senator Bailey
would limit the extent to which the
courts should review an order of the
commission it is but necessary to con-
sider the answer he made when Presi-
dent Roosevelt sent him word that he
and his friends would acccpt the
Bailey amendment suspending the
power of inferior courts to enjoin a
commission order if Bailey would ac-
cept the Long amendment. The
answer was that this is agreeable to
him (Bailey) provided that the words
"farrly remunerative," be eliminated
from the bill. This would leave the
appeal based on the purely constitu-
tional requirements that the rate must
be reasonable and not confiscatory. It
wiped from the lists of supporters of
the Aldrich and Foraker contentions
the name cf the junior senator of
It is regarded as a serious question
whether either Bailey or the Presi-
dent can deliver the goods contemplat- j
ed in the compromise that was sug-'
gested from the White House, but fo'
lowing Senator Bailey's great speech
which elicited the avowal of conver-
The Best Guaranty of Merit
Is Open Publicity.
Every bottlo of Dr. Pierce's world-
famed medicines leaving the great UU>-
ratory at Buffalo, N. Y., has printed
upon its wrapper all tho Ingredients
entering into its composition. This fact
alone places Dr. Pierce's Family Medi-
cines In ti cUun all by thmwlvea. They
cannot be classed with patent or seem*
medicines because they ar«- neither. This
is why so many unprejudiced physicians
prescribe them and recommend them to
their patients. They know what they
are composed of, and that the ingredients
are those endorsed by the most eminent
The further fact that neither Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, tho
frreat stomach tonic, liver invigorator,
leart regulator and blood purifier, nor his
"Favorite Prescription" for weak, over-
worked. broken-down, nervous women,
contains any : !. < hoi*also entitles them
to a place all by themselves.
Many years ago, Dr. Pierce discovered
that chemically pure glycerine, of proper
strength, is a better solvent ami preserv-
ative of the medicinal principles resid-
ing in our indigenous, or native. medi-
cinal plants than is alcohol; ailu. further-
more, that It possesses valuable medicinal
pro|>ertie8 of its own, tieing demulcent,
nutritive, antiseptic, and a most etlicleut
an ti ferment.
Neither of the aliove medicines con-
tains alcohol, or any harmful, habit-
forming drug, as will lie seen from a
Blanco at the formula printed on each
bottle wrapper. They are safe to use and
potent to cure.
Not only do physicians prescribe tho
above, non-secret medicines largely, but
the most intelligent people emplov them
—people who would not think of using
the ordinary patent, or secret medicines.
Every ingredient entering Into the com-
position of Dr. Pierce's medicines lias
tiio strongest kind of an endorsement
from leading medical writers of tho
Several schools of practice. No other
medicines put tip for like purposes lias
any such prufcsxlonal endorsement.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure con-
stipation. Constipation is the cause of
many diseases. Cure the cause and you
cure the disease. One " Pellet" is a gentlo
laxative, and two a mild cathartic. I )rug-
gist.s sell them, and nothing is "just as
good." Easy to take as candy.
WORKED OWN DOWNFALL
New Equipment for Militiamen—Gen-
fn order that the members of the
Oklahoma National Guard may be-
come thoroughly familiar with the sol-
diers kit and equipment, Adjutant
General Niks has decided to distribute
all supplies now stored in Guthrie to
tho different organizations. Hereto-
fore tho equipment has been used only
:.t annual encampment.
Fifty complete soldier's kits will
be sent to each of the sixteen organi-
zations of the guard. The goods are
now being packed and will be sent by
the end of the week.
The adjutant general announces
that company marches this summer
will be of special importance from the
fact that the men will take part in
full equipment and will receive in-
structions in blanket folding, etc.
The equipment to be distributed
will make a total of 8<>0 outfits, each
valued at $(., | on thg floor o[ (he Senate by
Tho adjutant generals decision to ^ <)f Mftln(, thu accept.
1 distribute among the companies jfj^ ^ ^ ,ald down by
the Texas senator on the part of the
Coyle, Ok la.. April 21.—M. E. Whipple
went to Guthrie this morning on busi-
ness. Mr Whipple will start next Mon-
day for New Orleans, Memphis and other
southern points and will return by way
of Washington, D. C.f and Indianapolis.
He will be accompanied by F. W. Rot-
ternuui, of Muskogee, formerly of Coyle.
Mi-s Rosa Metzler came out from
Guthrie last evening for a visit with her
father and friends In Coyle.
Sam Dennison and C. A. Harrison ar
here from Goodnight on business.
H. F. Markland left last evening for
Friend, Neb., in response to a telegram
announcing the serious illness of his
mother at that place.
Mrs. Guy Howe went to Guthrie
morning to visit friends. She was
merly Miss May Pulliam, daughter
. x-Deputy County Clerk rulliam,
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Atkinson went to
Guthrie yesterday to viist friends. Mr:-.
Aikiuson recently returned from Beav r
county, where the family moved
Sheriff Hart Murphy succeeded in land-
ing behind the bars this morning John
Williams, of Mu-kogee; Ella Alexander
and J a*. Goodwin, of Guthrie, charged
with robbery and conspiracy, AH are
colored and succeeded in obtaining from
the Dank of Commerce of this city |80o
through the woman who, it is allt£>-«l
represented herself to be Lottie Ellx,
a negro-Indian student at Langstt n uni-
versity. little Elix owns valuable land
in the vicinity of Mound, I. T., in the
C. M. Bradley, a Mu kog-e real e.-ta e
dealer, teem* to l e the heaviest loser
in the transaction. Mr. Bradley was in
the city h s morning working on the
case. It seem* that J hn William* was
it here by Bradley to buy a quarter
tlon of land near Mound from Lottie
Elix. Williams brought with him a let-
of recommendation from a Musko-
gee bank telling the people of the Hank
'onimerce of Guthrie to pay Williams
$800 in case the deed for the land was
igned by Lottie Elix. Another condi-
tion was that Prof. Page or some other
responsible party connected with the
kingston university should witness the
signature of Lottie Ellx and hould pos-
itively Identify her in the presence of
the Guthrie bank official*. Wlllams came
Guthrie last Friday and went immedi-
ately to Langston. He talked with Lot-
tie Elix concerning the purchase of the
land, but she firmly refused to sell na-
iler any con-1 deration. Then Williams
returned to Guthrie. He fell In with
Jim" Goodwin and told him his mis-
sion *o this part of the territory. G >od-
win, It is said, proposed the plan where-
by they could secure the $s"0. Will a me
took to the proposition. Then they be-
gan to look for a negro woman who could
take Lottie Elix's place. They decided
upon Ella Alexander. Very little per-
suasion was necessary to get her to be-
come an accomplice to the deal.
Tho next day they went to the bank
and succeeded In convincing the officers
that the transaction regarding the sale
had been successful and that everything
was satisfactory. John Matthews, a
Guthrie barber, identified the woman, it
is said. The money was turned over to
Ella Alexander and the three departed.
They went to Oklahoma City tlrst. There
tho two men, It is claimed, formed a
conspiracy to secure the woman's portion
of the boodle. Her share was 5300. Good-
win placed her In a boarding house there.
That night they proceeded to celebra e
In the way of drinking and tho next
morning the woman was $200 short.
Several Oklahoma City negroes, it is
said, secured part of thi-.
in the meant imo Goo.1 win purchased
new toggery from head to foot. He then
left for Crescent City where, with an-
other negro woman he h.red a livery
rig and started west. The livery rl?
was not paid for. At this Junctur
iff Murphy stepped in. Ho obtah
dnce that G
deputy there. Orvllle Smith, who start \
$150,000 Spent For Novels
HE ST. LOUIS SUNDAY POST-DIS-
PATCH has purchased the latest work of the World's
Great Masters of Fiction—twelve novels by twelve men
and women who have earned by successive hits the right to
lead the army of romance writers of today—Robert Barr,
Mrs. Burton Harrison, E. F. Benson, Mary H. Wilkins-
Freeman, Eden Philpotts, Anna (Catherine Green, Ian Maclaren, John
Oliver Hobbes, Max Pcmberton, Amelia E. Barr, C. J. Cutcliffe Hyne
and Gertrude Atherton—six American women and six English men.
These novels will bo printed in the St. Louis Sunday Post-Dispatch before
their publication in book form. Each novel costs tho publisher as much as a
splendidly stocked farm or a city mansion, yet each one will be given free lo nil
x-eaders of this incomparable newspaper, in special supplements. K;i h supple-
ment will contain one-fourth of a complete, unabridged novel.
The first novel of the series is by lvobert Barr. It concerns a poor Ameri-
can girl, who suddenly falls heir to KIFTKKN MILLION DOLLARS, a mys-
terious rock island, a British naval officer's folly, a prince who refuses to be a
princo, a mystery you cannot solve till the last chapter, and an international
Mar. It contains the sweetest love story you ever read. It is entitled
A Rock In The Baltic
And Begins in the St. Louis
died of ptomaine poisoning. In tha
and his parti
he had h d
he came upon
icr. They were pin
joodwln was searched I
or spent his part of
vas brought to Guthrie a
THE TENNESSEE DERBY. i bank officials discovered tho fraud af-
majority of cases identification was j j'er Ben Wilson had started to Will-
impossible, owing to tho mutilation of Memphil, Tenn., April 23.—Unless ^otta with Woods, and Keyes and
the features. A systematic search for pre.se i prospects tall the largest field (Combs were sent in hot pursuit. WIN
bodies of the victims of the earth- in the history of the Tennessee Derby iH°n wa.-* unconsciously aiding tho man
quake and fire is being made today by will face Starter Dade when the nn- to defraud him. While the hank was
the coroner and the state board of ntial renewal of that classic is called , secured in lite I an, its prosecution
health inspectors. The city has been tomorrow. The blue ribbon event of was started to protect Combs and Wil-
iivided into sanitary districts and the Tennessee turf will likewise hear I s°n who had been trapped. Woods
squads of Boarchers Tiave been sent distinction this year as tho richest -toitly asserts that, he possesses tho
out to every quarter. The ruins of race offered and contested for in the stock, but up to this time ho has fail-
tho burned buildings in the business West by three-year-olds as its* $ 10,000 to mak«> good. He has, however,
repaid a portion of the money. Woods'
wife also claims ho Ins tho property
dence the body of a baby was found, neighh rhood of $12,000. The best of
tho Western Derby division are enter-
ed for t^o race.
dwin IkiJ . iart d fur Cr <- section have been sufficiently cooled added money will insure tho gross
i:nme«ii;i ely i-h l h ", i0 make rescue possible. In one resi- value approximating something in th
Orvllle Smith, ~|g 1
A. W. Sheen
Thy will leav.
home In Howt
y and family arc here this
Mrs. Sheeley's parents,
next week for their farm
II county. Missorui, where
they w-11 make their future
tend the ec
iird. editor of the Goodnight
i.f the Cimarron Valley Cllp-
> Guthrie this morning to al-
um y press association mcet-
President anil his adherents is uu
I doubtedly the crowning and spectacu-
I - i . . ,,,r «?lne eomp:uiy's shew this week as to who
of the last encampment 1 lar f°aturc 1 11St ^ _ ' J was the most popular lady in Coyle, Miss
. , . 'modern days in the United States : p,,-,.,. won prizo. which con-
I Washington, D. C., April 21. Dur- j
' leg the past week or two there have , si'l'iwVm
been scores of western visitors in t'.ie j lm„.nlng
jnation's capital, some on business, but j nart is
.fcjraost of the men a pleasurable side trip . <*■>*■ •"
the t . i x* - v ..,1. I .ibiiitj.
or a business mission in New xorK. (
! They have been impressed with many
iho guard comes as a result of
belief that a militiaman should be
more familiar with the soldier's out
In a report
of tho Oklahoma guard which was
lield at Chandler, Lieut. L A J. Chap-
man of the First cavalry in Ills com-
munication to the war department rec-
ommended tho equipment ho kept
with the organizations. This report
-was made last February.
Tho official order issued by
adjutant general is as follows:
General Order No. 4, A. G. 0 I (M about washington, but the most
All company, troop, battery and de-! ^rik)^ impre=slon that those who
tachment commanders who have been ^ visilea New York carried away
or who will be furnished w"^ ^lan" I wUh them is the Biowneag of tha place,
kets, ponchos, meat cans, ves'| ^ reBtftll holiday atm0sphere perva lee
forks, spoons and tin ror the use ^ ^ department stores which, ex-
of their commands will keep the same ^ ^ rarf, occ5s|ons, do not know-
securely locked and packed In their i cru8h ari(, jl)3lle o( flrRt olass dry
armories at all times when they an j a(ore ()f (he average city in the
not in use by the command on target I Southw6C( ]n tho whole
practice, practice marches, camps ^ ,hPre is b„t a single lunch stand
Instruction, tho annual encampment j y()U oan Kash ,iow„ a piece of
or when ordered >nto actual set vice. I ^ glass of milk while th>
Blankets will bo carefully folded j caghler is maklng change, without
and properly packed In moth ba'ls Icre9ttng comment, and tu this place
at all times when not in use an I ,h" j|h(,re js a cont!mial grumbling because
boxes will be closed In such a way ■ ^ waller ,g too zealoug in his efforts
that will avoid all danger of the^blan- ■ ^ brugh away ,he crlmlbs an,i carry
out your dishes.
It. M. Teal has moved Into his new
property on the hill and J. L. Foster ha«=
moved into the residence recently va-
cated by Mr. and Mrs. Teal. Both fami-
lies are pleasantly located.
In the contest ;it the Gohl.-n Belt Medl-
ver set of 37 pieces. Eight
entered 'n the contetA.
.1 George K. Moore of
through "here this
to Guthrie. Mr. Do-
nt democratic county
>ro Is an abstracter of
friends of Guthrie.
is now In the county Jail. Wllllan
arrested at Oklahoma City, as w
Ella Alexander. On tho latter tw<
$351.07, which Sheriff Murphy do]
In the Bank of Commerce to the
of C. M. Bradley, the Muskogee real
estate dealer, who is the heaviest loser
in the transaction.
Ella Alexander was largely responsi-
ble for tho location of her two accom-
plices. When she •found that she I ad
been robbed of $200 she told the Okla-
homa City police, which resulted In the
capture of all of them.
The preliminary of the three was held
this afternoon - ;it 3 o'clock before Judge
mi win i There was nothing by which it could
:l un" I bo identified. It wes learned, how-
ever, that a number of people had
camped at this place and it is pre-
sumed that tho child died and was left
when tho party was forced to move.
Three bodies were found today in the
MARMADUKE FERGUSON DEAD.
Chandler, Okla., April 21.—Marma-
duke Ferguson, a conspicuous member
if tho Fourth Oklahoma legislature,
O -A. O *7? O XS. JCI. .
Bonmu *9 U fc.ri Itrni E
Signature , ZjSrf-,
The Alexander woman was bound < ver
to tho grand ury In the sum of $500,
Goodwin in the sum of $1,000. and Wil-
liams wfto plead guilty, was held under
$1,000 bond. None were able to fur-
nish bail and all were sent to all. John
Matthews, who wa« also arrested for his
part in the deal, was placed under bond
of $300 for his appearance on April L'7.
credit j ruins of the house cn Harrison street today. He was prominent in
between First and Second. They had ,irawing Oklahoma's system of drain-
been burned beyond all possibility of ,lgu ]aw3
identification. They were buried on -
the north beach at the foot of Van'
The body of a man was found in
the middle of Silver street, between
Third and Fourth. A bit of burned
nvelope was found in the pocket of
the vest bearing the name "A. Hous-
At noon today reports have been; ^
made by deputies sent out by the
board of health of the finding of twen
Ask for Allen's Foot-Ease, A Powder.
It makes walking easy, Cures Corns.
Bunions, Ingrowing Nails. Swollen and
Sweating Feat. At all Druggists and
Shoe Store", 25c. Don't accept any sub-
stitute. Sample FREE. Address,
S. Olmsted, I-o Roy, N. Y.
■S. E. W. Mears, wife of Druggist
went to Guthrie last evening for
it with her mother and sisters there,
holds the distinction of being the
lady to pass the -territorial phar-
• examination nt the la-t meeting
You feel tho life giving current the
minute you take it. A gentle, soothing
warmth, fills the nerves and blood with
life. It's a real pleasure to take llolUs-
ters Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 cents,
Tea or Tablets. C. R. Renfro.
l.ets being Injured by mico or rats.
Meat cans knives, forks, spoons
•and tin cups will also be packed and
kept In the chest prepared for them
when not In "so by the command and
company commamders will soe that
In contrast with the genera! slow-
ness of things, however, is the pace
which funeral processions in Washing-
ten frequently set. It is no reflection
on a man to be run over by a funeral
* - , uu a moil
they are keipt. properly scoured ®nd | proces8i0n ln this city. This is l.ot
preserved in the same condition t ie> j necesgarjjy due to the slowness of the
were when Issued to them. J man wll0 hag been run over, but often
Company commanders and others, ^ tb(j hugtIe 0f the hearse,
to whom equipments of the kind men- j gtrangcrg d0 not aiways get to see a
tloned in this order are issued will be j Washington funerai procession In the
JAIL FIGHT AT PERRY.
Tramp Prisoner Biffed Ira Terrllt Over
Head With Bucket.
THE HERBERT DECALOGUE.
Ewing Herbert li:n
ritten n r
but tho interested ones made a couple
of trips to tho farm with her and silo
failed to produce it, claiming that she
was afraid to realize on It beenjiso
her crazy husband might rob her.
And there Is the Interesting, pa-
thetic sqttf l Woods Is either insnno
or ho is i-'hammlug The charitable
ones c ir ml that tbo grief over the
dead' rf! I. II months old daughter
last March has unbalanced his mind.
He came to Sparks last Friday, hired
Ben Wilson to drive him to Meeker,
where he triMl to adopt some orphan
children. He frequently exhibited a
large roll of money on the trip. Some-
how or other a kidnapping story got
started at Meeker involving him, but
we have been unable to secure the de-
tails. Wilson drove him to Chandler,
where he purchased a $100 monu-
ment for his baby, a $M gold watch
for Clara Wilson, a suit of clothes for
a little ragged urchin aud other ex-
Returning to Sparks Woods did not
give the Wilson girl the watch. Ho
gave her only the box and the sack
in which the watch was wrapped.
LITERALLY COOKED TO DEATH.
Fallis. Okla., April 21.—The four-
year-old son of Mrs. Charles Cramar
fell backward today into a tub of boil-
ing water and was literally cooked to
death, the skin coming off with the
held to strict accountability for them
and there will be no deviation from
By order of the governor and com-
ALVA J. NILES,
Brig. Gen., Adjutant General.
Be r. the ^1 he Kind Vou Have Always Bought
IF. J. Matthews, a pro«p?rou farmer
who resides near Meeker, broke John
Abernathy's record on the wolf ques-
tlom^nvJille hunting near his home. hJ
visited a doaerted .house, and discover-
ed two old wolves and eight ?ounff ones
beneath tho oor, all of which he shot.
course of their brief stay, but the per-
son who watches a long line of car-
riages, headed by a hearse, roll along
their way to the cemetery at a
comifortnble picnic jog, experiences a
momentary shock and feels Uke asking
the man at'the reins, "what's 'he
Don't tie a cough or a cold up In your
system by taking a remedy that bind*
the bowels. Take Kennedy's Laxative
Honey and Tar. It Is different from all
Hher cough syrups. It Is better. It
ipens the bowels—expels all cold from
tie nyat^m, relieves coughs, colds, croup
whooping cough, etc. An Ideal remedy
r ymjng 'ind old. Children like It.
Sold by C. R. Renfro.
WHERE ROMANCE TAILS.
(San Francisco Town Tulk.)
They say farewell.
She decides never to pee him.
She says she Is not in.
He sends roses.
Still she remains obdurate.
He sees her at the theater.
She bows coldly.
He writes, craving forgiveness.
But In real life—
They say farewell.
He goes to his club.
She remains In her room.
He calls on other friends.
She listens for the doorbell.
He attends the theater.
She spends her evenings alone.
He iii^ts another woman.
Sho waits for a note.
He sees her at a restaurant.
Ho bows coldly.
'h writes to him.
Ha does not reply.
Perry, O. T., April 23.—The
the Frisco station was robbed
day at 2 p. m., and $-1 taken. '
was blown open with dynamlt«\
cal police force got busy Immediately up-
on being notified of tho theft and gath-
ered up fifteen hoboes, four of whom
were found with burglar outfits among
their belongings. The quartet thus arm-
ed were locked up ln the conuty nil, one
of them being confined In the ccll with
Ira N. Terrlll. The famous prisoner and
tho transient bad man became on gaped
In an argument ami the late arrival
picked up a water bucket and biffed
Terrlll one on the head. A big black
negro, who Is under indictment for mur-
der, left his cell and entered that of
Terrill, and with one blow knocked
TerriU'g assailant to the floor. The three
other bums escaped from their cells and
mixed with the negro in tho hall In
general fight. The black man apparently
would have dealt severely with the three
tramps had not the officers appeared on
tho sccne and quelled the disturbance
by separating the offenders.
not go away from home
to do thy trading, thou, nor thy wife,
nor thy suns, nor thy daughters.
ty-threo bodies in various paTts of the Thou . j i patronize thin- own
city. Some of them could bo identi-1 mechanics, nl u the printer, and they
fled. Tho bodies were buried in vari- 11:1,1 patronize iliee.
. .. . i ;t. "Tjiou shalt patronize thine own
cus plaoes and the graves numbered, i !1M.rch,in!s lh:it th,.y may not jK! drhVM
Five Hundred Bodies rrom their homes to find food for Heir
Have Been Buried, little onea. ;iy thy b]|ls promptly | Then he proceeded to adopt tho
y be good In the land
thou dwell- st and thy neighbors
500. No complete record can be had sjiau Km t thee gladly.
at this time as many bodies have been "Thou siuilt not knock prop< from
buried without permits from the cor-
oner and the board of health. The h;m
searchers of the coroner' and the : c. "Thou halt not incline thine <*ar to
board of health departments today 'lie vole- of prhle nor permit vanity to
found not more than twenty bodies, j 'n^Z"' Zlt'Zl«4 tl-y nrnings at
They were buried immediately. uome. that it may return whence they
Few of these bodies could bo iden- came and give nourishment t- *uch as
tifled and the graves were marked by com*.- oft-r tin e
numbers. It is impossible at the pres-1 tlwa "vhen'm thlm '.iwHie^
ent time to obtain any sort of death ljut Bhau w,.ii of it in ti:
list or even to make a reliable esti- all men.
mate as to the number of casualties. ■ "Thou shalt not cov. t thy neighbor
Whenever a body is found it is buri-
The total number of bodies recover- 1 rhou
. , i v* i« Mhat thy cn
ed and buried up to Sunday night is
order to be re-
est thou perish
Sparger children, buying them clothes,
and had taken theni home wlifn ar-
Ho was acquitted of murder at
Tecumseh recently on the ground of
self defense. It Is said that ho used
| to hear the name of Elwood in large
cattle speculations at Stroud. At one
lime he was well fixed and enjoyed
the confidence of everybody at Wil-
zetta, where he lived for years.
Devil's Island Torture
is no worse than the terrible case of Piles
that affile;?d me 10 years. Then I was
advised to apply Bucklen's Arnica Salvo,
and less than a box permanently cured
writes h. S. Napier, of Rugles, Ky.
Heals all wounds. Burns and Sores like
magic. 25c at All Druggists.
vhoat, nor his
rllng, nor his m«
of In th.
s and t<
jin of the r«
It keep the
h them to
and thy children's children,
third and fourth, generation, that they
may be made to flourish and wax rich
when thou art laid to rest with tlty fath-
SEARCH RUINS FOR BODIES
San Francisco, Cal., April 23.—Two
hundred bodies found in the Potrero
district south of Shannon street in the
vicinity of the Union Iron works,
were cremated at the Six-Mile House
yesterday by the order of Coroner
Walsh. This information was obtain-
ed at the board of health headquar-
ters todny. Seme of the dead were
the victims of falling buildings from
the earthquake shock, some were kill-
ed in the Are, but It is estimated by
tho board of health that the majority I shawnee.
ed immediately without any formality
i that is in tin* crib, hut whatsoever th
whatever, and as these burials have .h sirest thou shalt buy of him that hath
been made at widely separated parts to sell, and thou shalt pay the price
of the city by different bodies of '
searchers who do not even make a ,
prompt report to headquarters, con- t
siderable confusion has resulted in
the estimating of the total number of
casualties and exaggerated reports
The health of the scores cf thou- Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for Children
sands of people camped In the open Suce. ssfully used by Moth r Gray, nurse
air is. under the circumstances,
markably good. Thero have been, of j|jg I>isor<i(.,v mmv and regulate the
course, several cases of pneumonia re- Rowels and Destroy Worms. Over 30,000
ported and colds are quite common, ] testimonials. They never fall. At all
but there Is nothing like an epidemic yA"
of pulmonary troubles. The board of j
health reports that there is very little
contagious disease and for the treat" ^COUITIlD Of JuLRDLR
ment of those cases special hospials j V
have been provided. An interesting j
Item from the Golden Gate park <lLs- j
trlct toda ywas the report of the birth j
of eighteen babies. These cases have Woods, a Wlllzetta farmer, was ar-
recelved prompt and efficient atten- rested at Willzetta as he was trying
tion and the mothers and children re- w ma](e escape f r parts unknown,
moved to the various maternity lios- ,, was nwule by Deputy
pitala. j Sheriff Keyes on complaint of the
— ' State Dank of Sparks, from whom
A Lucky Postmistress 'woods had secured *150 on a fraud-
Is Mrs. Alexander, of Cary, Me., who has ulent mortgage. Tho bank was safe
found Dr. King's New Ufe Pills to be the jn tije transaction for the note was
best remedy she ever tried tor keeP,nB ! 8ecured by B. S. Wilson and J. W.
the Stomach, Liver and Bowels In per- j ... ,,,„ flf,„ h„,,,
feet order. You'll agree with her If you . Combs, in addition to the fifty
try these painless purifiers that Infuse j of cattle which Woods pretended to
new life. Guaranteed by All Drugget .: [jUj jjj T]()t own
Price 25c. | The circumstances involving the
I transaction are somewhat amuslug as
Mrs. N. C. Lane Is here today from | ^ ^ and 1)athutlc. The
What good does It do you to eat if your
stomach fails to digest the food? Non®.
It does you harm—causes belching, sour
stomach, flatulence, etc. When th
i. ii. r his stomach^..falis a Utile Kodol Dyspepsia
t Iiomt. nor he corn I Cure after each meal will digest what
Spsrks, Okla., April 2.1.—Charlie
eat and makes the stomoch sweat.
C. R. Renfro.
KILLING NEAR NORMAN.
Drunken Indian Shot and Killed Joe
Norman. Okla.. April 23.—The report,
reached Norman abou* nine o'clock of ;t*
shooting scrape taking place at tho
slaughter yards about one mile and u
half out of town in which Joe Hrennon,
a meat cutter, was shot and Allied by a
drunken Indian. The story U as <ol-
luws: Br. nnan was at work when tho
Indian, who was on his way home, came
up and without any words pulled his gun
and began to shoot, before Brennen
could protect himself the Indian shot him
and rod a away The news was brought
to Norman by a boy who was helping
Brennen with his work. Brennen was
about 16 years old and a boy of indus-
trious habit.i and the affair has aroused
much feeling among the people here.
The name of the Indian is unknown
and a sheriff's posse is now scouring the
country for him. Many complications
may arise from the affair, as the selling
Of "liquor -o an Indian is strictly forbid-
den and tho seriousness of this affair
may bring wrath and punishment upon
the guilty saloon man.
FORAKER TOUGH PROPOSITION.
Pawhuska. Okla., April 23—The Hitch-
cock sale at Foraker, the new govern-
ment town, on May 1, will be a frost.
Tho town hits practically been grabbed.
It Is said. Moreover, If people who buy
lots are forced to wait for deeds they
will not buy many. The deeds to Paw-
huska lots have not been received yet.
and those who buy at Foraker must wait
six months for ther deeds, and cannot
huld on ther lots until their deed's a -o
ln hand. > _
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