The Oklahoma Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 5, 1907 Page: 3 of 6
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THE LEADER, GUTHRIE, OKLA. THURSDAY, SEPTCMBER 5. 1907.
One Price Clothier
stock in Guth-
rie to select
TRUNKS TRUNKS TRUNKS
Speaking of good trunks—we're at
your service. If you want a trunk you
can depend on- one that will last more
than one trip, you can find it here.
Our trunks are manufactured by the
Lu'St trunk makers in America. Metal
covered, canvas covered, leather covered.
Wood well seasoned, strong hinges,
good brass locks. Iron bottoms, well
bolted. Iron and brass corners--not a
detail omitted that good trunk building
requires. All styles and sizes.
Price $2.50 to $25
This Risr Store
is full of
and Shoes tor
men and boys
Sam Smith is in Perry.
Dan Lentz is in Mulhall.
PM Davis is in Orlando.
Jack Tearney is in Red Hock.
H. I). Bowden is in Ponca City.
.1. R. Jacobs, of Shawnee, is in the
Paul Dubie is here from Oklahoma
Rev. L. J. Parker has gone to Drum-
J. W. Morrow, of Stillwater, is in
John Doolin, of Alva, was in the
B. E. Zartman is here from Okla- Oklahoma Children's Home
homa City. which is nearing completion.
L. H. Adams has returned to Okla- C'lias. H. Rehm and Roland Rheni
homa City. I have returned to Indianapolis, Ind.,
T. H. Hannah, of Sulphur, I. T., is after a \isit in the city with their
in tho city. | uncle, Chas. F. Eisenschmidt, and
Senator E. L. Cralle, of Norman, is j family, at 402 North Broad street,
hi tho city. I President A. C. Scott, of the A. and
Judge M. J. Kane is in the city from M. college at. Stillwater, was in the
Kingfisher. ' c^y last evening. He says the school
G. T. Bryan has returned from Ok-1 has a splendid prospect for an un-
lahoma City. usually large enrollment this year.
Dr. Herbert Stagner is in the city ! J- N- Wallace, tho druggist, loft last
from Coyle. | night for Newton, Kas., where he will
W. H. Rouse, of Oklahoma City, is \ meet his wife, who has been visiting
holds the chair of English in the A.
and. M. college, was here looking over
tho Imogen county high school build-
George Stevenson, conductor on
the Warner avenue street car line,
leaves tomorrow for Illinois to look
after some property interests and visit
R. B. Thaw, a second cousin of
Harry K. Thaw, is registered at the
Royal. He is vice president of the
Electric Bank Protective company, of
G. W. Schlegal, of Chandler, who is
a member of the Odd Fellow Orphan
home board at Carmep, was in the
city conferring with Grand Secretary
H. L. Strough.
Rev. Noah B. Wickhani is here
from Oklahoma City in the interest of
the Guthrie receiving home of the
through the city today euroute home
from attending the national riflo
shoot at Camp Perry. Ohio. Captain
Foster is one of the best shots on the
Oklahoma rifle team.
J. Murtha is in Orlando.
C. R. Wilder is in Perry.
W. H Marten is In Stillwater.
.John Mahonoy Is In Lovell today.
.1. H. Stunipff. Jr., is in Marshall.
C. T. Wood, of Dallas, is In the city.
II. A. Slater is in the city from Enid.
Bert Ward, of Edmoud, is in tho
J. T. Taylor, of Ardmore, is in t«he
Paul Dubie is here from Oklathoma
J. F. Streetor is here from Oklaho-
Arthur Swank left this evening for
Adam Traband has returned from
Ned Cheadle has returned from
W. C. Thompson, of Enid, is a Guth-
Otto Hanson has returned from Ok-
Delegate H. L. Cloud is in the city
Banker Hu&h Adams returned to
Crescent last evening.
B. E. Zartman returned to Oklaho-
ma City on the nooji train.
Frank Dale is in lovell today In the
interest of his candidacy for state
Thomas Nelson leaves tomorrow for
Chicago where he will take a railroad
Ham Bee, official reporter of the
constitutional convention, is here from
Arthur Burnett has taken a position
with the local Wells-Fargo office as
Rev. I. C. Rankin left last evening
for Perkins tp (visit his brother, M.
W. Gerfen will leave tomorrow for
California to locate. His two sons are
Guy Rich and Carl Dennis left this
morning for Topeka to work in the
Santa Fe shops.
Master Tom Morris returned this
morning from a visit in Oklahoma,
City witili friends.
Arthur Tyler, of the Owl drug store,
has returned from a month's vacation
spent in Johnstown, Pa.
Judge W. \j. Eagleton returned to
Pawnee this morning. He delivered
• ii address there last night to a large
Prof. Snowden Farlette, principal of
the Logan county high school, has re-
turned from an extended trip through
F. I). Burns returned last, night from
a week's trip through Kansas and re-
ports that Oklahoma fall prospects
are ahead of Kansas.
Delegate Sam Hayes was in the city
last evening from Chickasha. He de-
livered an address yesterday after-
noon to a large crowd at Seward.
S. W. Keiser, president, of the First
National bank, of Stillwater, passed
throueih the city last evening enroute
home from a month's visit in Kenosha,
J. Wi Rippley, city marshal of
Thomas, has returned to his home af-
ter assisting Deputy Marshal Jacob-
son in bringing two federal offenders
to the city yesterday.
Mac Osbojrne, of Crescent City, the
crack baseball pitcher who will twirl
tomorrow's game for the Guthrie Elks
against the Pawnee Giants, arrived in
the city tihis afternoon.
Rev. L. J. Parker was among die
Guthrie people wiho "attended the
Democratic celebration at Seward yes-
terday and heard the address of Judge
Sam Hayes, of Chickasha.
Geo. Ford came in this morning
from Buffalo. Okla., and Springfield.
111. Mr. Ford says tihat Buffalo is
Krowing every day and that there will
be an auction pulled off there soon.
John Hubatka, ev-chief of police of
Oklahoma City, passed tihroiiKh the
city this morning enroute to Pragt.
with the Bohemian Athletic club,
where they will give an athletic per-
formance .on Labor Day.
Whatever threatens woman's delicate sense of modesty, frightens her.
For this reason many a woman permits disease of the delicate womanly
organs to become aggravated localise she cannot bring herself to submit
lo the ordeal of unpleasant questionings, offensive examinations, and
obnoxious local treatments, which mast physicians think necessary.
Doubtless thousands of the women who have taken advantage of Dr.
Pierce's offer of free consultation by letter have been led to do so by the
escape thus offered from a treatment repugnant to modesty.
Any sick woman may write to Dr. R. ed and is invaluable in allaying and
V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y., in dorfeet subduing nervous rx. italiility, initabil'
confidence; all letters of consultation itv, nervous exhaustion, nervous pros-
being treated as strictly private and tration, neuralgia, hysteria, spasms, St.
eacredly confidential, and all answers Vitus'a dance, and other digressing,
being pent in plain envelopes with no 1 nervous symptoms commonly attendant
advertising or other printing upon them, upon functional and organic disease o!
Such consultation costs you nothing i the uterus. It induces refreshing sleep
wither you take treatment from Dr.
Pierce or not.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription has
been long hailed as a "Goo-send to
women." It makes weak women strong
arid sick women well. It enables wom-
en suffering from "female weakness,"
prolapsus uteri, retroversion, antever-
•ion, and other displacements of the
organs distinctly feminine, to cure
themselves right in the privacy of their
homes. Pelvic catarrhal drains, painful
or irregular periods, backache, freauent
headaches, weak nerves, dragging-down
pain or distress in the lower abdominal,
or pelvic, region, gnawing sensation in
stomach, dizziness, or faint spells, and
kindred conditions and symptoms are j
cured by Dr. Pierce's Favorite Proserin- !
tion. It is not a secret or patent medi-
cine, against the use of which most
people of intelligence naturally object, j
out is, in fact, the "Favorite Prescrip-
tion" of a regularly educated and ex- |
perienced physician in the treatment
of woman's peculiar ailments and who
Is not afraid to publish all its ingredi-
ents, as he does, on its bottle-wrapper,
attesting the correctness of the same
'flvorite Prescription" is the oue
and relieves mental anxiety and des-
You can't afford to accept a urcrei
nostrum as a substitute for this rrto> ui
liK.MKDY OF KNOWN COMPOSITION.
" The Blood is The Life."
Science has never gone beyond the
above simple statement of scripture.
But it has illuminated that statement
anil given it a meaning ever broadening
with the increasing breadth of knowl-
edge. When the blood is "bad "or im-
pure it is not alone the body which
suffers through disease. The brain is
also clouded, the mind and judgement
are effected, and many an evil deed or
impure thought may l>e directly traced
to the impurity of the blood. Foul,
impure blood can he made pure by the
use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis-
covery. It enriches and purities the
blood thereby curing, pimples, blotches,
eruptions and other cutaneous affections,
as eczema, tetter, or salt-rheum, hives
and other manifestations of impure
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In the cure of scrofulous swellings,
enlarged glands, onen eating ulcers, or
old sores, the "Golden Medical Discov-
wTiieh contains ncium—air.uUul et v"has performed the most marveloui
harmful, lialiil-mrH'iiiK limns beinu, a ,.n'r(.s. In m of old
medicine lor woman * drhcate ailments
Which contains n"MtlVf "'''"liul ",'r
barmful, hatnt-tonmng quid's oeing a cures. In cases of old sores, or open
pure glyceric extract oT cur a five prin- i eating ulcers, it is well to apply to the
ciples found in our most valuable native, open sores Dr. Pierce's All-Healing
medicinal roots, is attested by many < i Salve, which possesses wonderful heal*
the most eminent medical writers anil ing potency when used as an application
teachers of all the several schools of to the sores in conjunction with the use
practice. of "Golden MlAical Discovery" as a
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is I blood cl^ansifw constitutional treatment,
a scientific medicine, carefully devised if your Id r up gist don't happen to have
byan experienced and skillful physician, the "AU-HeaTing Salve" in stock, you
and adapted to woman's delicate system, can easily procure it by inclosing titty-
It is made of native American medicinal four emits in V \pe stamps to Dr. ft.
roots and is perfectly harmless in its . V. Pie
effects in any. condition of the female
As a powerful invigorating tonic "Fa-
vorite Prescription" imparl* strength to
the whole system and to the organs
distinctly feminine in particular. For
over-worked, "worn-out," run-down,"
debilitated teachers, milliners, dress-
makers, seamstresses, "shop-girls,"
house-keepers, nursing mothers, and
feeble women generally, Dr. Pierce's ingre
Favorite Prescription is the greatest bottle-wrapper, the same being attested
earthly boon, being unequaled as an as correct under oath.
appetizing cordial and restorative tonic. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets invigor-
Aa a soothing and strengthening ner- ate the stomach, liver and bowels. One
Hne <* Favorite Prescription " is unequal- I to three a dose. Easy to take as candy.
i . n St., Buffalo, N Y.,
e to you by return post,
uggists keep it as well as the
n Medical Discovery."
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Yon^can't afford t^ accent nnv medi*
jtiite for "Ti<ddel/ Medical I >i"c ver\ /'
which Jf a medicine of kkow:^ o
1'oslTioN, having a complete list of
ingretTienls in plain English on its
New York. Sept. 4—No longer Is i
necessary for a man, the surface of
whose head resembles a miniature
mountain range to submit himself to
a phrenologist, so that the meaning
of the various excrescences may be
explained The "automatic electrical
phrenometer" will do all that for him
and do it too in half a minute. Not
only does the machine measure
humps, but it records the exact pro-
portions of the moral qualities corre-
sponding to those exerecence*.
The bump machine Is a heavy steel
helmet s spended from a movable bar,
above the electrical mechanism, and
fitted inside with a great number of
steel pro.igs or fingers. The subject
is placed underneath, the helmet Is
lowered, the steel Aimers close tightly
upon his cranium, a steel prong
catches hold of Ills nasal organ with
a strong a id resolute grip, and there
he is, looking for all the world like a
prisoner in a torture chair of the
The operator winds a little handle,
there is a whirr of the machinery, and
in thirty seconds the bump machine
has not only dissected a character, but
has. by the printing contrivance be
ieatli, put it down in black and white,
o clean paper. Those who have tried
it have found it most ingenious, and
Tills is an ailment for which Cham-
berlain's Pain Hal in has proven
especially valuable. In almost every
instance It affords prompt and perma-
nent relief. Mr. Luke Lad range, of
Orange. Mich., says of it: "Alter
using a plaster and other remedies for
tihree weeks for a bad lame back, I
purchased a bottle of Chamberlain's
Pain Balm, and two applications ef-
fected a cure." For sale by ('. Ti.
ROYAL GARDEN TEAS ARE SU-
PERIOR IN QUALITY. FOR SALE
AT THE BANK GROCERY.
Lincoln, Neb , Sept. 3.—Nebraska's
first direct primary election is in prog-
ress and the result is awaited with
keen interest in political circles. The
voting is for judge of the supreme
court, railway commissioners and re-
gents to the tytate university. The
Republicans, Democrats and Populists
an.d Prohibitionists have put no tick-
ets. Interest centers chiefly in the
factional fighi of the Republicans for
the place on the supreme bench. Chief
Justice Sedgwick is a candidate for re-
election and opposed to him is former
Judge M. B. Heese .
The man who Insures hit life Is
wise for his family.
The man who Insures his health
Is wise both for his family and
You may insure health by guard-
ing It. It is worth guarding.
At the first attack of disease,
which generally approaches
through the LIVER and mani-
fests itself in innumerable ways
And save your health.
large part of the valley
next spring, and the entire district. It
is expected, will be under irrigation
luring the year.
Haskell Club Call.
The Haskell club is called to meet
at 8 o'clock this evening at the pro-
bate court room to arrange to attend
the Bryan meeting at Oklahoma City.
Every member Is urged to be present.
Galen Crow, president; Frank Laux,
there for the past month, and will go
to Colorado Springs to spend a month.
Harry Bradford, president of the
First. National bank of El Reno, has
returned home after attending the
meeting of the Asylum board in the
city yesterday of which he is a
Judge A. C . C. Bierer has returned
from a month's visit in Kansas City
and Hiawatha. Kas. Mrs. Bierer and
children remained in Kansas City for
a visit with Judge Blerer's brother be-
Try the New State flour at Gus
We make, seli, and repair harness.
A full line of fly nets, lap robes, whips,
etc. J S. L YON, Implements, Ve-
hicles and Harness Corner. 120-22-24
Is your throat parched? If so, one
of those cool, refreshing draugibts at
Ed's Place will fix It.
BAY STATE POSTMASTERS.
•a Guthrie visitor
\V. N. Jones, of St. Joseph, Mo., is
a Guthrie visitor.
E. E. Rockwell has returned from
G. A. and F. S. Rogers, of Wichita,
aro Guthrie visitors.
E. T. Reh field is at Claremore tak-
ing tho radium water.
Attorney O. T. Smith has returned
from Sulphur Springs.
Wm. Wilson lios returned from a
month's visit in Texas.
P. R. Finch of San Diego, Cal., is
in the city visiting relatives.
John H. Hutsell drops a postal t? M. E. church, has returned from Okla-
The Leader from Fort Thomas, Ky. J homa City where he attended the
Water Commissioner W. S. Spencer dedication of the new St. Luke's M.
has gone to Colorado Springs for a E. church, which is one of the finest
two weeks' vacation. edifices in the Southwest.
Ora Dawson leaves tomorrow for. Register of Deeds H. A. Herwig
Norman where he will attend the Ok yesterday received a letter from the
lahoma university this winter. i Grand Patriarch, I. O. O. F.. appoint-
P. C. Robinson left last evening for ing him as a member of the auditing
Corpus Christ! and other points in committee for the grand lodge meet-
Texas on a month's pleasure trip. j ing at Oklahoma City, Oct. 15 to 19.
Dr. M. M. Lively returned to his ' Mrs. Wm. Eh*win has returned from I
home in Blackwell last evening after a summer vacation in California aud i
attending the meeting of the Oklaho- Colorado. "Bill" is happy and Mrs. I TO COMMEMORATE
Worcester, Mass.. Sept. 3.—The
Massachusetts state league of fourth-
class postmasters began its annual
J. E. Disch, pastor of tho First convention here today with a good
attendance. The discussions, reports,
and other business of the convention
will cover a period of two days.
I have sold nearly all my city bar-
gains and want to list your property.
Foster the Land Man. Phone 198.
OUR $9.99 SUITS ARE THE BEST
YOU EVFR SAW AT THE PRICE.
COME AND SEE THEM.—TOM.
ma asylum board here yesterday. Ei win is glad to get back to tho lan.I j
J. A. Milne, manager of the Ram- of "milk and honey." Mrs. Erwin
say Bros, dry good store, left yester- says: "Oklahoma is the best country
day fofr Hutchinson. Kas., to attend on earth."
the wedding of an old school friend. | Captain Emory A. Foster, of Com-
Prof. Burton, of Stillwater, who pany "K", of Chandler, passed
The old Ayer's Hair Vigor was good, no
question about that. But your own doc-
the one you have great confidence in,
will tell you that Ayer's Hair Vigor, new
improved formula, is far better. The one
great specific for falling hair and dandruff.
Portsmouth, TV'. H., Sept. 3.—Thurs-
day of this week will be the anniver-
sary of the signing of the treaty of
Portsmouth by Russia and Japan and
it will be commemorated by the -un-
veiling of a handsome bronze tablet
at Christ church in this city, where
the Te Deum was sung by the Rus-
sian priests at the conclusion of tihe
treaty. Baron Rosen, the Russian am-
bassador, Bishop Potter of New York,
and a number of other notables have
been invited to attend the unveiling
MAKE YOUR CHOICE-WHICH ?
WHAT HASKELL AND
ARE STANDING FOR.
For the constitution.
For all the blessings of self govern-'
For the strict regulation of trusts
For a competent railroad commis-
sion with powers to enforce the laws
against, rate discrimination.
For separate schools, separate
coaches tand separate waiting rooms
for the white and negro races.
For the initiative and referendum,
which preserves to the people their
sovereignty and places a lasting check
on every form of special or class
For the assessment of property of
all kinds at its cash market value and
the limitation of the rate of tax levy
to 33% mills on the $100 valuation
in the county and 43% mills on tho
$100 in tho (ity.
For a fellow servants law; for a
mine inspection law; for the abolition
of child labor in mines and factories:
for a compulsory school law and free
For the best system of public
schools that can be devised and for
the liberal support and encouragement
of the splendid higher institutions of
learning which the government has
so generously endowed by grants of
Haskell and the Democratic ticket
stands for everyone of the wise pro-
visions whi' h the people—and by that
we mean tho farmers, the working
men and tho large and small business
men of the new state—ordered by
their resolutions and their votes,
written into the constitution.
Itching, torturing skin eruptions,
disfigure, annoy, drive one wild.
IJoans Ointment brings quick relief
and lasting cures. Fifty cents at any
CANADIAN DRUGGISTS ORGANIZE
Toronto, Out.. Sept 3.—Delegates
representing the associations of drug-
gists in Ontario, Quebec and Pfher
irrovtnees mot in conference hero to-
day to inaugurate a movement toward
the formation of a Canadian Pharma-
ceuticl association. One of the ob-
jects of the proposed organization
throughout the Dominion will be to
make a uniform standard of education,
and to bring about reciprocity among
the provinces wi h reference to diplo-
mas. The association will also en-
deavor to establish a Canadian staml-
ard of formulae for unofficial prepa-
WHAT FRANTZ AND
ARE STANDING FOR.
For the defeat of the constitution.
For tiie defeat of the fellow ser-
For the defeat of the initiative and
For the defeat of statehood and the
promise of a new enabling act.
For mixed coaches and waiting
rooms and the appointment of negroe3
to positions of authority over white
men tand women.
For government by injunction ani
to fasten upon the state without lim-
itation the arbitrary and autocratic
power of judges in every class of con-
Frantz and the Republican ticket
are against everything that the peo-
ple of these two territories have been
demanding of their rulers for years.
They oppose progress and by raising
a hue and cry against features of the
constitution they hope to encompass
Its defeat and put the people of these
two territories back into lite bands of
the carpetbaggers for further looting
Frantz and his party stand for h
continuation of federal control and
Haskell and his party stand for im-
mediate statehood Mid the enjoyment
by the people of every right and priv-
I liege of self government which they
are entitled to under the federal con-
stitution and their owp «plendid char-
ter of liberty.
There are a great many people who
have slight attacks of indigestion and
dyspepsia nearly all of the time. Their
food may satisfy the appetite but It
falls to nourish the body simply
because the stomach Is not in fit con-
dition to do the work it is supposed
to do It can't digest tl>c food you
eat. The stomach should be given
help. You ought to take something
that will de the work vour stomach
can't do. KOtloI For Indigestion and
Dyspepsia, a combination of natural
digestants and vegetable acids, di-
gests the food itself and gives strength
and health to the stomach. Pleasant
to take. Sold by C. R. Ren fro.
Portland, Me., Aug. 30.—The Inter-
nal iona 1 Law association concluded its
twenty-fourth conference here today
with one of the most interesting ses-
sions of the week. The session opened
with a paper l i Chief Justice Simeon
10. Baldwin of the Supreme court of
Connecticut on the subject of the
limits of active intervention by a
statr to secure tho fulfillment of con-
tracts In favor of Its own citizens
entered into by them with other
Other subjects discussed through
the day included the diplomatic pro-
tection of subjects abroad, double Im-
posts. foreign evidence, company law,
and foreign judgments.
For any pain, from top o toe. from
any cause, apply Dr. Thomas' Electric
oil. Pain can't stay where it is used.
GLAD TO SHOW YOU OUR $9.99
8UITS. THEY ARE GUARANTEED
TO GIVE YOU SATISFACTION.—
If you don't register you can't vote.
ONE lTAL'AN BLOWS
ANOTHTR'S CHIN OFF
Silverton, Colo.. Sept. 4.—Suzino
Ludgigo, who at temped to assault
another Italian, whose name is un-
known. was probably fatally shot las'
night bv the man he had attacked.
The shooting occurred in John Dallas
saloon. The bullet entered Ludgigo'^
mouth and penetrated the neck, tear-
ing a wav nearly the whple chin. The
assailant disappeared after the shoot-
Wonderful Growth of Territorv Aston-
ishes Circus Press Agent
J. Edgar Clifford, who was in Guth-
rie recently ahead of the Sells-Floto
shows as press representative, in a
leter to '.lie Show World, a Chicago
publication, writes as follows:
"But greater things than all these
have come to Indian Territory and
Oklahoma within fifteen years. You
can't possibly understand this pros-
perity until you have seen it, walked
through it. as it were, and actually
laid your hands upon it.
"These things the big Sells-Floto
Shows have done and in the laying
on of the hands they have carried off
much of the results of this prosper-
ity. In going oyy " new state the
places which stand out most strongly
in the limelight are Enid, El Reno,
Oklahoma City, Muskogee, Tulsa,
Sapclpa, Guthrieand Chickasha. Each
one is a real metropolitan cosmopolls,
far ahead of cities of the same class
in the east, in every respect. You
never saw so many newspapers nor so
many good ones in towns of this size
in all your life.
"Places where you would think
couldn't support one paper has three
or four—and the best of it is they
are making money. They are not
handled by *ve country editor,* either,
but by real live, up to date newspaper
men who know news when they see
it and who know how to play it up
when they get it. They are not
afraid of a press agent either, and
they don't reach for the chloroform
bottle, as they welcome him. They
are sure of themselves, you see. and
they are willing he should tell his
little story, knowing full well they
will separate the wheat from the chaff
In the end. They like circus s'orles
immensely, if they are good, and they
are fond of pictures, too. While these
newspapers makers have their hands
and their heads full of business they
are never too rushed to greet you in
warm western style, and in the end
if the people don't hear all about your
show it isn't their fault.
"This interpolation about news-
papers isn't the digression frem the
text some people might imagine. It
is but another angle of reflecting the
success and the many gifts of the peo-
ple of Mils country.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications, as they can no*,
reach the diseased portions of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deaf-
ne>-; and that 's by constitutional rem
edics. Deafness is caused by an in-
llamed condition of the mucous lining
of the Ens'nchina Tube. When this
tube is Inflamed you have a rumbling
sound or imperfect hearing, and when
it is « ntlrelv closed, Deafness is the
result, and unless the inflammation
can he i iKen out and the tube re-
stored to i s normal condition, hear-
ing will lie destroyed forever; nine
cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh
which is nothing but an inflamed con-
dition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of. deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot he cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu-
lars free. F J. CHENEY & CO.,
Sold by Oruggists, 7'c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti-
Attack of Diarrhoea Cured by One
Dose of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol-
era and Diarrhoea Remedy.
I was so weak from an attack of
diarrhoea that. I could scarcely attend
to my duties, when 1 took a dose of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera -and
Diarrhoea Remedy. It. cured me en-
tirely and I had been taking other
medicine for nine days without relief.
I heartily recommend tihls remedy as
being the best to my knowledge to:
bowel complaints.—R. G. Stewart, of
the firm of Stewart & Hro, Greenville,
Ala. For sale by C. R. Renfro.
That new attraction at the Empire
Theatre is entertaining and new.
you'll miss a treat if you don't see It
The New Marguerite cigar 10c. at
TO THROW OPEN FERTILE LANDS
Denver, Colo., Sept. 4.—Tomorrow
will be a red letter day for Routt
county, in this state, particularly the
Little Snake River valley, when about
50. MK) acres of splendid agricultural
lands will be thrown open for settle-
mo it under tho provisions of th"
Carey act. The Snake river project
is the first of its kind launched in
Colorado under the Carey law, and
from all indications will be entirely
sccessfcl from every viewpoint.
Many men are now working on tho
canal system, and with the present
rate of progress water will be sup-
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SCHWAB'S PRINCELY GIFT.
New York, Aug. 31.—Chas. M.
Sohwab, the steel magnate, announces
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