The Oklahoma Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 5, 1907 Page: 2 of 6
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THE LEADER, GUTHRIE. OKLA. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1907.
Hobart, OUI|i . Sept. 3.—Clove root'
Haskell aud hiH pari.v reytiai here to-
day, following a week of political c«m-
pHlgnluK. during which flint' they
haw met and addreaned audiences at
Anadarko. Hobart, Mangum, Rocky,
Snyder, Wells'on and Agra. Mr.
.Haskell is accompanied by the candi-
date for lieutenant governor. Mr.
tleorgfe Bellamy. Mr. Bellamy has
been somewhat handicapped in bin
campaign and political work due to
the fact that he is Just recovering
from a prolonged illnt'HH and i« phy-
sically unable to take the ituiup;
however, he has adopted an effective
plan towards furthering his own and
tola party's interests. On arriving in
it town, Mr. Bellamv. accompanied by
his brother. Mr. Charles Bellamy,
make a personal canvass of the busi-
ness men and merchants of the place,
making acquaintance and doing Dem-
ocratic missionary work, and lat«*r
meeting the outside voters of Up-
town. Mr. Bellamy has an extremely
attractive personality, which, coupled
with his well known business capa-
bility and reputation for successful
handling of large Interests, has proven
possibly a better drawing card for him
than had bo devoted his time to the
At every place at which Mr. Haskell
has spoken there have been audiences
which have occasioned surprise both
to him and the local representatives.
At Anadarko I'njly 5,000 people crowd-
ed around an open air stand at the
Intersection of two streets, and
listened for three hours without an
interruption to his address. At Man-
gum the large upper floor of the new
court house was packed like a sardine
box, and hundreds were unable to
gain admittance within the doors
At Hobart the Anadarko experi-
ence was repeated, the streets for
blocks around being filled with wag-
ons, anil vehicles ot' farmers who had
come to attend the meeting The
same was true of every place visited
but it remained for Rocky, a strictly
rural district, to furnish the banner
crowd of the week Here a picnic bad
been given in Mr Haskell's honor,
and he was escorted to the grounds
by the cowboy band, and followed by
over a mile of wagons, buggies, busses
and every description of '/vehicle of
transportation The meeting bad
been well advertised, and the farmers
from as far as fiftv miles away were
present to meet and hear the candi-
date for governor.
The picnic was held hi a small
grove about a mile from the cltv, on
tho bank of a creek During the fore-
noon several local candidates address-
ed the audience; at noon plank tables
were set with dinners for all, pro
vided bv the wives of the farmers.
At two o'clock the entire gathering,
and which was conservatively est!
mated at from ten to twelve thousand
people, gathered to hear Mr. Haskell's
address. The crowd was so dense
and so anxious to see and hear the
speaker that the master of ceremon-
ies was compelled to call the sherifT
and his deputies to aid In clearing the
platform, it being feared that, dangei
might ensue from the enormous press
of people. After a wait of some half
an hour spent in quieting the clamor-
ous crowds, Mr Haskell began his
Tho speaker first took up the quail
fications of the two territories for
statehood, dividing the subject Into
three divisions; first, population,
which he named as one and cne-half
million; second, taxable value and
worth, under which he named Okla
homa as being assessed under a re-
duced scuedule at one hundred and
live millions and Indian Territory at
one hundred and one millions, total
iug taxable valuations at two hun-
dred and six millions of dollars; and
third, bringing out the necessity of
self government, on which topi* lie
depicted the evil conditions ascribed
to beaurocratlc government, likening
the conditions to those of the recon-
struction eva, and proving conclu-
sively the futility of hoping for aught
but the hot end of the stick from
Federal- office holders with no statu
tory grounds for divorce.
The only sensational item injected
into the speech of Mr. Haskell was his
scathind d; t-tribes on the policy of the
Kepublica.i nominee, and the policy
which allowed cabinet officers to neg
lect their official duties while cam-
paigning in the interest of a party
colleague and as guests of the highest
officials of three of the most notor-
iously corrupt and wealthy railroads
in the Southwest. The speaker showed
no hesitancy in branding the free "us*4
of private cars and entertainment 011
lhe part of the management of these
roads to the dominating heads of the
party in power as incipient bribery
for the bestowal of future favors, or a
belated payment of obligations due to
past favors, the latter contingency be-
ing Bomewhat remote, according to
tho usually accredited kings of rail-
After paying his respects to Mr.
Tbe great manned/.*-'!.
•ootblDK and brtllnK "ul-
n.rni KINO CACTUS
OIL never leave* a •car.
No appetite, loss of strength, nervous
ness, headache, constipation, bad breath,
general debility, sour risings, and catarrh
of the stomach are all due to indigesUon.
Kodol cures indigestion. This new discov-
ery represents the natural juices of diges-
tion as they exist in a healthy stomach,
combined with the greatest known tonic
and reconstructive properties. Kodol Dys-
pepsia Cure does not only cure indigestion
and dyspepsia, but this famous remedy
cures all stomach troubles by cleansing,
purifying, sweetening and strengthening
the mucous membranes lining the stomach.
Mr. S. S. Ball of Raveoswood, W. Va.. sajrs:—
*' 1 was troub.ed with sour stomach for twenty years.
Kodol cured me and we are now uairr It In milk
Kodol Digests What You Eat
Vottlesonly. $1.00 Bize holdin 2 14 times the trial
size, which sells for 50 cents.
Prepared by E. C. DeWlTI * OO.. CHICAGO.
ffolfl by C. If P.PDfro.
'King Cactus Oil
pcndtly rurre cuts, apraln* binlana, < Id
aorci, swelling, fruit btn- . cbapi"'d bends,
horned *vir« cuts on animals, taarni'**
I ami saddle galls, mange,llob, and all hurtn
of wan or beattt.
At drugglsta In inc. 50c and •! bottles, #•'!
i nd | di uratedcaae, pr Rat prepaid by (be
raanuffe-turare, OLNEY A McDAID
Clinton, Iowa, If your druggUt cannot
' aupply. _
For sale by
J. N. WALLACE,
Asp, I he champion of the ant i-state-
hood party in the constitution, and
wherein In- branded Asji :is a man
who in polities would accept the worst
of a deal only such reward as would
reap the best of it from his opponents.
Mr. Haskell took up the Republican
platform, and which, with its con-
tradictions and vituperations of the
constitution, he tore it. to pieces, slow-
ly and hit, in a manner which brought
to their feet the whole of the im-
mense audience before him. A more
clear, logical and concise exposition
of the hypocrlcies and legal delusions
of any platform was never presented
before to any people and the reception
it met wlili bore ample evidence to
the apperciation of the people of
After an appeal to the people to
help hlni in his ability to enforce the
laws by supplying lilm with a Demo-
cratic legislature and impressing up-
on them the necessity of bringing out.
'h< entire vote, both from its moral
« ffect on the people of the Union and
to obviate any effort at chicanery or
crookedness on the part of the oppo-
sition. Mr. Haskell closed bis ad-
dress mid immediately t hi* stand
was thronged with thousands who
wished to clasp the hand of the peer-
less exponent of the unreconstructed
Democracy. One old Union soldier. In
the garb el the blue that tinged the
azure peaks of victory in the war
thai now is history, with tears stream-
ing down bis weatherbeaten counten-
ance, exclaimed, between the sobs of
Let ni" shake bands with you.
Haskell.. At last I can vote for an
CURES catarrh of stomacK
MOTOR BOATS AT JAMESTOWN.
(By Associated Press.)
Norfolk, Va , Sept. 4.—The motor
boat carnival and races for which
the management of the Jamestown ex-
position has been preparing for
months iv.st opened today under con-
ditions h it promise well for the suc-
cess of the affair. All the leading
manufacturers of motor boaty in
America are represented an I some
spirited contests are expected.
Reliability trials of the speedy Ut-
ile craft occupied this, the opening
day. Tomorrow will be devoted to
the long distance race, 100 miles up
Chesapeake Hay and return. Friday
will be given over to mile speed
trials, the course being along tin
Elizabeth river. During the remain-
ing davM of the carnival there will be
a series of races in which boats of
the various classes will be pitted
against each other in twenty and
tbir'y mile runs, around the triangu-
To Drive Out Malana
And Build Up The System
Take the Old Standard GROVE'S
TASTELESS CHILL I ONIC. Vou
know what you are taking. The for-
mula Is plainly printed on every bot-
tle. showing It is simply Quinine and
effectual form. Kor grown ,.eop' •
effe tual form. For grown peo>plle
and children 5<c.
Great deal of difference between our
meats and those imported. We do
our own killing. Frazier'i meat
MASON FRUIT JARS. «2 GAL. 70c.
PER DOZ.; 1 QT. 60c PER DOZ. THE
SWELLING JAIL POPULATION.
Violators of Federal Laws Brought to
Guthrie on Various Charges.
Charged with assaulting a Federal
witness in a bootlegging case at
Rals'on. VVIIford Jones was arrested
and brought to the Federal jail here
by Deputy Ed Eshelman I! ' was
held to ihe Pawnee county Federal
James itathburn, a fugitive from
i.iMice and charged with assault with
intent to kilU was brought to the Fed-
eral jail by Deputy Walker of Lawton.
Walker also brought Hank Miller,
vliarged w!th bootlegging.
Don Dickinson, one of tbe oldest of-
fenders in the bootlegging business
in the entire territory, was again
jailed here by Deputy Marshal C. T
Proctor of Pawnee. He was caught
selling whiskey to Indians.
TO ERECT GARFIELD MEMORIAL.
Long Branch, X J., Aug. IV.-—AU ar-
rangements have been completed for
thi« big testimonial to be given in the
Ocean Park Casino tonight in aid of
the fund that is being raised to erect
a monument here In memor.N of Pre,*
iden James. A Garfield. The testi-
monial promises to be a most noiable
affair. Among the prominent mem-
bers of the theatrical colony who
have volunteered their services for
the performance are Mr. and Mrs.
Oliver Doud Clayton, Bessie Clayton,
Mary Marble, Lizzie Hudson Collier.
Charles Orapewin, Arthur Byron and
the Four Mortons.
llerwig Throws a BombQ
Since I withdrew from the race for
the nomination or register of deeds on
August 17, I have bee a overwhelmed
with protests anainst my action from
a I! over tihe county. I deeply regret
that I found this Action necessary,
and I believe it I* 4ne the ivho
express sach |i*ippt*Mi inetu that iMv f
be given my res so is for retiring. The
beginning of the cause dates back to
Dt . ember, KM>4, and January 1905,!
when, as register of deeds, I appoint j
ed my deputies. I first offered tihe
deputy .liip to S. A. Williams, of Mar 1
shall. Okla. His answer follows: i
"December 10, 1904.
"Mr. If. A. Herwlg,
"Hear Sir and Brother: After giv-,
lag the proposition of my appoint-1
ment as your deputy due considers-!
Hon, I have come to I lie conclusion j
that it will be impossible for me to;
serve you owing to the interests I j
have at stake there. I have given thlsj
subject m eli thought since I last saw
you, and I do iot believe I would be
doing myself justice to accept the
position, taking Into consideration the j
position I hold here, the interests I'
have in tf'iis business, and the salary j
Aims and Hands Affected ~ ^ Could
Not Sleep Because ,ot Itching-—'
Suffered for Two Months Until
Two Cakes of Cuticura Soap and
ONE BOX OF CUTICURA
CURED THEM ALL
" I have five boys, from fiye to eleven
yearn f age, who were affected some
time last winter by some Kind of skin
disease. The worst, parts of the l«>dy
wen* around the arms and hands, wliare
small, pimples formed and Itched. They
suffered for two months m> that they
could not sleep at night. I noticed an ad-
vertisement alxjut the Cuticura Rem-
edies and w<* made u trial of one or
two cakes of Cutlenra Soap and a 1k>x
of Cuticura Ointment which gave great-
satisfaction. 1 washed their bodies
with Cuticura Soap and then applied
Cuticura Ointment every other day.
Hint** then they have all been healthy.
A. R. Carlson, Norcross, Travers Co.,
Minn.. Nov. and Dec. 23, 11)00."
Baffled Medical Treatment
For a Year, Cured by
" About four years ago I wa afflicted
with black splotches all over my face and
a few on my body, which produced
a severe itching irritation, ami which
caused nje a great deal of si'lTering. 1
was forced to rail in two of tin leading
physician- of — After a thorough
examination of tbe dreaded complaint
they announced it to Ik* skin eczema in
its worst form. They treated me f. r
a year, but their treatment did me no
good. Finally 1 became despondent
and decided to discontinue their wrvit es.
My husband purchased a complete set
of Cuticura Remedies, which entirely
stopped the breaking out. 1 contin-
ued the use of the Cuticura Remedies
for . ix months, and after that everv
splotch was entirely gone and the af-
fected parts left as clear as ever. 1
have not felt a symptom of the eczema
for three years. Mrs. Lizzie ft. Hk t'ge.
540 Jones A ve„ Helinu, A la., Oct. 28, '0o."
Complete lAtornal and Internal Treatment for
Fvorv 11uiuor <>f Infant*. « liiklrrn. mill Adults
r.-h-ists of Cut II urn Sunn (25c.) to Ojiiim* tilt* Skin.
Cuticura OlmMii-iit (f>0r.) to Heul the Skin. ;•:««!
I'utleuni Resolvent (80c.Mor In the form ofChorolntn
('outed I'IIIk •J.V. |ut vial of 80) to Purify the Blood,
.sold throughout the .vorld. 1'otler Drug A them,
orp.. Sole Props. Uofton. Man.
"I can assure you that it is with
deep regret that I surrender this posi-
tion, but it is impossible for me to
vcrve you .for the consideration
named. lUn (his one thing remember:
Thai if In the future I can serve you
in any way, I am ever at your service.
"Hoping tihat my being unable to
syvi' yo i will not discommode you
In any way. I remain,
"Very truly, yours.
"S. A. WILLIAMS."
A few days after the receipt of the
abov:>. I was waited upon by Mr.
Mabon. and In several interviews with
hlni he wished to dictate to me the
policy of my office. I told hlni that I
should do exactly as I pleased; tihat
1 should do what I thought would be
for the best Interests of our county
and our party, regardless of the ma-
chine I was given to understand then
and there tihat my official life was for
two years and no more.
A few months after this Mr, Will-
iams, the writer of the above letter
became a candidate for my place, and
in a.i interview with him at the Elks)
hotel he candidly admitted tihat he
was being groomed by the machine L
In* that purpose; thai he would split - MaTied lrce. cuticura Buul; nU Skill liuxtiMM
the white vote with me and tihat the
colored vote woi'ld be handed to him much in a few words as I can. and 1
in a package, wljloh could easily bcjdou't want you to thiuk me curt or to
done, because I refused ti) appoint aiconstr.:e anything I have said as vin
colored deputy, and thus beat, me byjdictivo or threatening. I have the
a good majority. I tried to reason kindliest reeling toward you, and hop<
with him. but to no purpose. How- a time will come when I can offer you
ever, ihe moved out of the county, and j my services and 'hat of my friends,
the mantle was transferred to W. E. Us far as they will follow me, in you,
McKean, of the same place. I could behalf.
not very well see Mr. McKean when "With best wishes, I am,
I first heard of it. and so wrote him i "Yours,
a letter, of which the following is the j "If. A. HKRWIC."
carbon copy: He nev■ honored me with An
"Guthrie, Oct. 12, 1906. answer. "tWien the time came I en
"Friend McKean: I tered the race for the second nomina-
I riave received information from ion, basing my claim upon the piece
several sources that you are a full-I dent til second terms and upon my
fledged candidate for register of deeds ( lecord. i did not for a moment be
next, spring. 1 ■ an hardly believe it \ lieve the machine mild consummate
Is true, and hope not, for it would not its threat, for, without regard to par-
be j■:st to you, to me, or to our party, j ty or color, I wes unanimously com
which has always conceded a second mended as one of the most efficient
term nomination to Its first term of- officers the county ever had. 1 must
ficer?. now admit tihat 1 was mistaken as to
"Of course .If there were evidence j the power of the machine. While it-
that as an officer f had proven dis-j action has undoubtedly made me
honest, negligent, or incompetent, it | stronger with the white element, i.
would he tihe duty of our party to re-j has succeeded by its two and one-half
fuse me further recognition. But, i years campaign in uniting and organ-
after having made a record as an of- i/.ing ti!ie entire colored vote against
fleer that all pronounce excellent, and me, with the exception of, perhaps,
having helped bring victory to the'not exceeding five percent of it.
Republicans in every campaign in the I spent days trying to show the col
hlstaory of our country it would be en-, on d people that they were doing
just to o r party to ask it to reptnli- themselves, as well as the party and
ate me by refusing what it has grant-j ounty a great injury by raising the
ed to every one of its members, witih-trace question, especially rigiht on the
out exception and without question.i eve of statehood: that there is not a
l call It unjust, because it would be j place on earth where they have the
injurious. Whenever a party repudi* advantages they enjoy in Oklahoma,
ates an efficient officer it has once and tihat It would be folly to do any-
elected, it is Injured in that It has not thing that would curtail those ad-
only the opposition of the opposing j vantages.
party, but also, to a certain extent, 1 tried to convince them that such
the friends of the repudiated one. ! actions on their part as that, in so
"It would he unjust to yourself to bitterly opposing me on racial grounds
be a candidate next spring, because: j only, was what made wliat tihey
Fir. r. it we,-Id be for only part of a j derisively call "Lilly White" Repub-
term, and the theavy expense would 11 leans and what would eventually
not justify it; and second, having op-1 make for them Southern state. But
posed a second nomination to an of ! the machine had boosters (with influ
fleer, you could undoubtedly expe t | ence) from Guthrie following me up.
fite same treatment extended to you i and the sentiment against me grew
in turn, regardless of your record. It'dally.
is a bad precedent for you to eslab- The colored people are worked to
lisb. ! a point of frenzy in favor of official
"All of our officers will tell you j i eeognition and against me for not
there is nothing in the first term on! having deputized a rolored man. That
account of the great expense of a first! this is true was shown at the great
nomination and election It requires colored convention at Meridian on
a second torni to even up. A frae ! Aug 'st 1ft, 1!W)7. Ami finally, on
tional term is still worse. I August 16th., in Iowa township. The
"I do not believe the rank and file, inao'.iine caters to the colored voters
of our party will stand for the one- tor no other reason than to curry
man power there in Guthrie that is i favors with them, and to control them,
trying to influence you and one or It had power in the naming of census
two others to perpetuate an injustice
white Republicans, and as the colored
turn o t to primaries at least o to 2.
and In some instance 4 to 1. you see
I co Id not posslfcR be nominated
even If I received the s.did white vot\\
which, of cburse, 1 cosld not expect
The legitimate expenses of my cam-
paign. together with the excessive as-
sesajm ut the committee made, would
an*, ur.it to about $Ui n by the time the
primaries closed on August 24. and as
1 could see no possible chance of
winning I withdrew from the race in
order to save 1 hat $- o. This is the
only .reason. Nobody asked me or
tried to influence me to retire.
In conclusion 1 want to express my
heart !«It i ianks to my friends for
their 1 >yal support, and also to fll,
w ithout regard to party, who so hearti-
ly ommeud uiy record and who offer I
their regreis at in> retirement.
I shall always remember you with!
ideas re, and with tihe hope that some
day I may be ..hie to repay you with j
something more substantial than mere
Yo rs, for good service and clean
Good Tilings to Eat
We bave added to our stock a full line of Clocks,
Bu ter and Packing J.irs, All sizes from one quart lo
twenty nve (altona. The larfe auea are Jnst the thing
for pickles and meats Also a full line ot Stone Churns
c. o. v. crocehy co
113 E. Oklahoma Ave.
II. A. HKKWICf.
DeWltt's Little Karly Risers art-
good for anyone who needs a pill.
They are small, safe. sure. little pills
hat do no' gripe or sicken. Sold by
C. R. Renfio.
Official constitution on saiu at the | a
For fresh country butter and eggs
.nd alt kinds of vegetables, call on
ius Anderson, corner Division and
■Register at onec—don't put it off.
COURT ORDERS BODY
Of PERKINS EXHUMED
(By Associated Press.)
Topcka. Kas., Sept. 4.—Judge Sniitn
Mcl'herson, in the Federal court to-
day, iss. ed an order providing for the
exlr:niation of the body of the late
Lucius R. Perkins, of Lawrence, Kas.,
in the suit brought by the Mutual Life
I lsurance company, which company
held a policy of one hundred thousand
dollars on Perkins' life. The insur-
ance compay is desirous of having the
stomach examined for traces of
poison, holding suicide.
(ins Anderson has just received a car
load ' l' Now State Hour and mill feed,
made by the Kremlin mills, Kremlin,
Okla. Tiy It.
Try thr New State flour at Gus
Accompanied by his grandmother,
Mrs. L. C. Wickliam, Louis 11. Ititz-
hau-pt left today for Hillsburg. Cali-
fornia, where he wil enter the Union
Pacific college for the study of med-
(By Asscclated Press.)
Nev York. Sept. 4.—The contents
of the will of Richard Mansfield were
made public here today by his legal
representative. The will was made in
1894. Everything is left to Mrs.
Mansfield. Insurance on his life
which was said to be a quarter of a
million dollars tur ied out to be but
fifty thousand. The balance of the
estate is val ed at fifty thousand. The
will will be probated Friday.
Bergen. Norway, Sept. 4.—Edward
Hagerup CrL^g. the composer, author
of Peer Gynt, the famous play* tea tar-
ed by the late Richard Mansfield, died
here today aj'Ver an Illness of one day.
aged t 4. He was distinctly a Scandin
avian composer and his striving after
nationalism in music resulted in his
gi .ing a decided Scandinavian color
ing to many of his compositions. His
death is onsidered a national loss.
Malaria Makes Pale Blood.
The Old Standard GROVE'S TASTE-
LESS CHILL TONIC, drives out ma-
l:uia and i iltls up tihe system. For
grown people and children, 50c.
The Victor Bar always has an in-
viting lunch for you. They make
you feel at homo while enjoying a
Bound constitutions, (historic), con-
. tains elec'ion ordinance and county
and county scats. Leader Office.
CHL'AP ONE-WAY FARES
California and Mexico
Prom SEPTEMBER 1st to OCTOBER 31st
inclusive Colonist tickets will be on r ale
to California and Mexico.
$25.00 to Los Angeles, San Francisco, Etc.
$24.00 lo Guadalajara, Mexico City. lite.
Ask your nearest k.iilroail Agent lor rale •,
W. S. ST. GEORGE,
on our party. That power came near
wrecking us in the last campaign, and
it certainly w ill do It 1 mihe next if al-
lowed to di late In order to vent it3
y pit t*.
"Now. my friend. 1 have put as
enumerators. II has a fund of $1,200
or $1,:'.00 to nun the primary election
with (about six or seven times more
tihan the Democrats require for tne
same purpose) and the election boards
are, to a large extent, Its creatures.
There are a few more colored than
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Angels smile at and commend the
thoughts and aspirations of the mothei
bendinjr over the cradle. The o: Jcal throu^i
which the expectant mother must piss, how-
ever, is so full of danger and sufTeringthat she
looks forward to the hour when she shall feel
the exquisite thrill of motherhood with indescribable dread and fear,
j Every woman should know that the danger, pain and horror of child-
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TENNIS STARS AT CINCINNATI.
Cincinnati, Ohio. Aug. 31.—A num-
ber of tihe best ra quel-wielders of
the United Stales and Canada are on
hand for the Tri State Tennis tourna
ment which beg n today on the courts
of the Cincinnati Tennis club. Promi-
nent among the entries are Deals
Wright, of Boston; W. C. Grant. K. I).
Little. H. L. Westfsll and Robert
Leroy, of New York; .J. A. Rose and
A. C. Hopkins, of Chicago.
During Uhe coming week Miss May
Sutton will defend her title as tri
state champion Meals Wright will
uoi def id his title as trl-state chrni-
In singles, but -.ill allow that
honor to go t ) the winner of the
lour ley. He will, ihowever, play in
do hie with Little and In mixed
d i. hies with Miss Sutton.
Hound constitutions, (historic), con
tains election ordinance and county
and county seats. Leader Office
Price 25 cents.
When you go to buy your school
books, don't forger that you can find
a full and complete lln|* at Gray
The official constitution is DOW on
sale at the l,eader oqIck
Gen. Pass. iV Ticket A^rt.,
St. Ijjui.s Mo.
Caicrsvllle, (5a., •!. -Tihe an-
nual tabernacle BII "inference here
will be opened tor. rrm morning and
continued thro - the ieat( r part t>f
September. Th pi •• :un this vear is
an uiiusially altra live o ie. Promi-
nent among ti:: reli ious v.or', ts and
\angt li ts to be iMard ai«•: Rev. C.
A. Dlx -, of Nc Turk; R< . Melvin
Trott' f (..and Rapids, M'C.i,; Rev.
and . Hamill. of Nasli.ille; Dr.
Bl vVolf,- of Monticcjlo. Intl.. and
I" renoh R. Oliver, of Chicago.
An Ounce of Prevention
worth pound of cure. There are
ihauy poor sufferers, Consumptives
who are hopeless of getting well—
wh i, if thev had taken care of them-
selves. would now be well. A cough
is the ulation of consumption.
Ballard's " .-t hound Syruo will cure
that cougl: Mrs. S . Cireat Falls,
Montana, writes: I i. • used Hal-
lard's Horehound Syrup in my family
for years—my children never suffered
with coughs. Sold by C. R. Ren fro.
Oh! Yes you tic like those Pies of
Richmouds, everyone likes them. They
can't be equalled any where, but at
Ric..monds; 'Phone 95.
Hello! Is this the Star Grocery?
send up one of those delicious roasts,
and two busihels of those peaches to
can, while they are so cheap.
GOES MOTORING AT 107.
Derby, Conn , Aug. :5L- Mrs. Eliza-
beth Hunt, of Brooklyn, N. Y., cele-
brated her tine hundred ami seventh
birthday today at the home of her
grauddaugilitcr, Mrs. P. M. Wellman,
in this city. Mrs. Hunt belongs to a
prominent a id wealthy family in
Brooklyn and her age, unlike that of
most centenarians, is beyond question.
During her visit, here this summer
Mrs. Hunt I'.vas taken frequent trips on
the Housatonic river. She is also ex-
tremely fond of automobile riding.
T>he oldest and best. No substi-
tutes. Pure drugs. Our prescription
department Is the best In city. Ren-
fro's Drug store.
Tne ".National Tea & Coffee Co., are
now the special agents for that fam-
ous Whito House coffee. G. W. Co-
hagan, Proprietor. Phone 46G.
NEW DIVORCE LAW IN NEW YORK
New York, Aug. ;:i.—-The new di-
vorce law passed by tho last session
of tihe legislature will come into effect
tomorrow. The most distinguishing
feature til the new law Is the provis-
ion which makes adultery a crime in
ihis s t and attaches a penalty of
cither si\ i nlhs' imprisonment or a
fine of ?_ ii or botih for either hus-
band or wife who may be found
If you don't register you can't vote.
SCHOOL BOARD MEETING
Preparing for Atnicipatcd Large At
tendance This Fa >l.
The cltv publis schools will open j
September 23rd. The scliool hoard
has noHtied the county commissioners
tha* at least four additional rooms
will be necessary this fall at the '
Douglas school (ti house the oclored
children, rnner the law tin county
board must furnish the buildings ami
the city the furniture.
Two additional rooms will be re- |
quired «li > Banner school, I wo at
Capitol Hill and two at Lincoln.
The clerk of the borad has been in-
structed to enter into contract with
the countv commissioners for a rental
of $.">( a month for the colored high
•school building, or refuse them its !
use fr. the coming year. The rental
has been only $22 in the pas' The
high schools open next Monday and j
It Is probable the county board wil!
rent other quarters. In this case the
building will be used for the in-
creased attendance in the locality.
HAIi' DALSAM f
. . r> 1 ! • ..•: i.-g tU 11air. f.
j iani j'niwth.
Poi'p ' • KoBloro Gray
r o •• Yonlbful Color.
,. up >1 . hnlMa lqifi. T
If It's a Reputation
you are after. White's Cream Ver-
mifuge has a world wide reputation
as the best of all worm destroyers,
and for its tonic influence on weak
and untrhrifty children. It improves
their digestion and assimil&itlon of
their food, strengthens their nervous j
systm and restores them to health
and vigor natural o a child. If you
want a healthy, he.ppy child get a
bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge.
Sold by C. R. Ren fro.
WEDDED AT NEWPORT.
Newport, R. I.. Aug. .'51.—At the
NcwclilTs Hotel today Miss Maria
Unschuld Edle von Melasfeld. daugh-
ter of the late imperial and roy 1
Austrian Held marshal, Lieutenant
Wlennt I I'nschuld Ritter von Melas-
feld. was married to Henry Lazard,
vice president of the University of
Music and Dramatic Art in Washing-
ton. 1). C. The bride is a gifted
musician and formerly held tihe post
of court pianist to the queen of Rou-
Private money to loan on city prop-
erty. Low Interest. Olds, Lyinon tlraj
k S r*. CKKT«it .t r.r for Hi m Mbnittbu4IIi>i . [
MVfR KNOWN TO FAIL. Hafol Hurel S|««djrI fintU-
#•?" Ouarenircl nr Monrr l(-fui«led. Hem pirpaid
' Pr«' •«*■ Will ii, ml tiifcm on «r*«l.f.i \,3 tiftiil lor
H," l I'-'j l'r«. If jrour druggkl due« not
Sola in Guthrie i$u C. H. Knnfrt
NO CUKE thk LUNCS
AND All. THROAT AM) lUWOIflOUBlES.
OVAR XVTT.S.I-) SAS'I3?ACZ6BT
1 OR MONBY BEgPWEED.
13 THE 8REATE8T
THEATRICAL I SHOW PAPE3
HM THE V;?CRt.D.
S4.U0 Per Year. Slngln Cony, Ifi Cts.
Is;si i:i> \v::i ki.y. i
SA(yiPi.E Cof'Y FREE.
FRANK gUEEN PUS. CO. (Ltd),
ftUiuiT.T noun., f'liu, UK lis,
Mxnaus <7 \v. _ ;.rfi..:(tv ymyr.
Standard .<>medy for Giant,
v.onoirha-a bud K... iiings
IN 40 HOtlff -. Cures KU
nev and Bladder Troubles
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