The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 73, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 11, 1901 Page: 2 of 8
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TnF, OKLAHOMA PTATF CAPITAL, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY n, 1901
;N9 MAIN 3S STRONGER
WANTS RECEIVER i ™ \m stomacm.
Lease of 0. B. Stanton
The stomach is the vital center of the
I body. It is the orpin from which all
, other organs uri- fed. A weak stomach
omj man -vith a weak stomach. What
1^ '-ailed "wenk stomach " is in general n
diseased condition of the stomach and
other organs of digestion and nntrition,
Which prevents the proper digestion of
tin- food which i.-> taken into tin? stom-
ach, and so reduces the nutrition of the
ITT, O. t., JULY 10. l,0,Jy When ail food is taken away the
body starves. When the food eaten in
r Leo. proprietor «f ( only iligaitxl (lid aistmilaU.) in |airt it
I ' l - t ill 1 "I • ! I :ily noumli,-, till* l,;«lv in I«rt, and wj
til" body is partly starvwl And linn
starvation is felt in every organ of th *
body dependent on the blood which is
mad" from food
The great vurietv of the cures per-
formed by [Jr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery is due to its remarkable
u.vv.-r to liral diseases of the stomach
1 allied organs It cures through the
seeming! v remote, but
origin in a diseased
lition of the stomach and the other
• rJF U8 of digestion and nutrition.
cak " heart, lungi, kidneys and weak-
ik-ss of other organs is c.ued with the
cure of the weak sUanach
Mr Thomas A. #warU, Ilu* n. , Sub Station
C. OUirih.i,. Oir.v w,i«. uken very
t with kvw h* a«-lic. 1 lien craiup* in the
« l ' : \ !>. .111 . lapi] |.J not iii« • thru ki'lne
" "'ill 1:1 v !• \c\. 1 a wrjk h..
c.< n,\ %carr-.y pt ^uuii.5 Tile more 1 • Ix.-tored
v" *c I #t unlu vrar* pnv« ii I i.k! I*
«■ 1 ii- ■.'> i «4t,| 1 "i.i> v. „ in tbe houte
! • the ai.l of « . hair, ail J 1 got im thiy I liu I
K1 /. up t Ju, ihlaking t jiAt 1 cuulil not U-
( • -.1 Then .lie «),' in/ iu..- -.tNirs Hi.id Take
!' ►"•ice • 111 iltI:t Medic.il ')i.. >.t i•. mi'! niuk'.-
n new man out <>f vo.irwlf' The'tirat bottle
I thoiitfhr t would gel another, ami
iiht liottte.s I wa* \n 4;t,ct|
'tlie Hotel Lee,
up-to-date hotel building in tie- city,
lms brought suit in the district court
1 > have the louse of O. B. Stanton
can. riled. In his petition Mr. Leo ; l
1 <s that the hotel 1m not prep, rly
/ventilated; that he has engaged white
ItnnileH in the diuing room; that the
defendant in absent from the buildim: i v'.j|'i'!^C'j,,*'1
and leaven It In the core of lncom|>e- I
'tent hired men: that the gu<fts •
: uway from the hotel hungry. Mr. L
' nsks that Bald lease bo nbroffated and i
the hotel turned over to him before
'•e reputation is entirely ruined.
GAVE HIM THE DODGE
rrrt'TY porson makes hi ; ks-
t API; from officers.
OKMIXQEFJ, T. T., JULY 10.-(Spee-
Inl.— Deputy United Btates M.iishal
Dohson and Deputy United States
Ti .nHhal Van for whom warrants were
■worn out for their arrest on the
on iharge of felonious ossuult upon Ed
Fatum with Intent to kill, were arrest-
ed yesterday at Muskogee by city
M.-iiphal Farr of Okmulgee and Dep-
uty Mark Moore. Van was brought to
Okmulgee where ho will be arraigned
before Mayor W, ('. Mltehener as
acting United States Commissioner to*
DoTtann, the real offender, wns held
1n Muskogee on the pretense of being
ettbpoened an a witness in Commis-
aloner'a court In Muskogee yerttcrday
rni Deputy Marshal Moore at the
(.olieitutlon of Dobson's friends gav
I had t.'lie.
an<l fouo.l I ha.I
to ilay. i
I hive .lone iui
«t eleven inoiitha lliau
. and I am an toni aud healthy
J'ltrasaut 1 .llets cure
. : X - \TH iNAI, TESTIMONY FROM
JI JaiE t.JF THE SUl'REMli
SKATTLE. WA8HN., JUI.Y 10. -
Judge Arthur lv Orlffln. of the Htip«r-
lor < o'url, told at the preliminary hear-
Mm nueh privileges that hu made hla i ing ..f tb< fonsldine - < • • today for
e~eapo and Is gone. | the fhnt time vine.; the tragedy bis
Hlaens of Okmulgee are anme*
baffled and have various theor
to bow It happened. They will,
er, spare no effort In effectliiK
hla i. t. Rut It. Is thought that Dob-
nm will bo bard to find as nil of the
r >od biding places In the territory are
t« him an open book. Dobflon Is
l i d man and is wanted here on var-
NOT A LAW RECAU8W NOT PATT-
FIED RY CREELv TREATY.
MUSKOGEE, I. P., JUfY ■••).(—
(S;i..-,:i il.)—Chief Pleasant Porter
'the Creek nation is In reeeopt of a let-
|ter from the state department at
^ hintfton annoimcuk that tb.« Creek
Itr. i.iy w;m proclaimed by the presl-
d. it on June 2.r and that in aeeord-
Jnr-, . with Its provisions the treaty he-
ft..me a law on May 25, the day on
I which it was rnitlfled by the Creek
Council. The proclamation refers spce-
|l. ily to paragraph M of the treaty.
I which is known o.s the Seminole clause
land announces that said clause Is not
[ft law because of Its failure to lv spei -
lally ratified by the Creek council,
i Affairs In the Creek nation are now
! expected to settled own to a stable
PT'TTAN'T FARMERS PAT TIT AT
CROP JS IN RAD SHAPE.
DURANT, I. T. JULY 10.— (Special.)
—Several farmers were in town y,•.-.• r_
day and reported that the cotton crop
was In a critical condition on account
of the prevailing hot winds. They s
that there will not be a fourth of
corn crop raised.
Ail Excellent Combination
The pleusant method and beneficial
effects of the well known remedy,
fSYKUi* or Flos, manufactured by the
(ai.ifoknia Kio Syrup Co, illustrate
the value of obtaining the liquid laxa-
tive principles of plants known to be
medicinally laxative and presenting
t. . in iu t he form must refreshing tot he.
taste und acceptable to the system. It
is the one perfect strengthening la\..
tive, cleansing tho system cfTeelua l\ ,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
fcently yet promptly end enabling one
toOTerix>me habitual ^onstiputiou per-
manently. Iu n-?rfect freedom ft..in
t very objectionable quality and sub-
stance, and ita acting on tlie kidney .
liver and bowels, without weakeni'u-'
or irritating them, make it the id-al
In rUe process of manufacturing figs
are used, us they are plea,ant to ti,-
taste, but the medicinal qualitlesof the
remedy ure obtained from senna and
other aromatic plants, bv a method
known to the Camporkia Fift 8vkui>
'• only. In order to get its beneli. ial
eiTeetaaad. to aroid imitslions, please
resiembee.thfi full name of the Com pa ay
prbiiod an the fluid of ttvery pac kage.
tALIFOBNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
k • HA.H rBAJfCTlBOO,,CAL.
- i^arnsyrLUB, JCY msw YOEK, u T.
|>tmu • bf M imuiiiBlg.—PriceKfc. per bat.la
fHUic BUiiHirD WuMEfll
EGUHU 10 QUI I
INDIAN TKRRITOHY MINI
' ' ' '
SOUTH Me A IV!
rlskle ana u;iuKht
rlskle was burt
I shoulders and ub
fortunately, but sh<
thin of the bullinir inud is slm-
ieiui, aud makt
| daughter were just finlflhiUK a three year
the world. Their sun and I
at the l.akc Hotel, resting comfortably.
ill on .Mr
f ti V
Slth .1 |
I Mr Wrl*hr tin
in the offlt
L;;. i(in HAPPENINGS
Ibis reply Is th
i the oderif
.It 1. Y 1
ugainst F. 13. | «
-taerUua that l la
lentiy c.iiMpiretl with one lieiic
ent hiiu from tllini; upon
Hon of land ill Oklahi
Territory which hud bceu declared at
d by the interior department, which
subsequently tiled on by Miss
pies of the ehu-rg
McKin'e.v. who rjpllod n de'.ail, hubniit-
tniK a sweeping denial and corroborative
proof. Mr. AiUuiif was then culled
further evidence which today
will be taken up by Cominis-
sioie r Heimaun h. «. few days. Jf ti.
proof subinittoil by Mr. Adams is sufflc-
spcciaJ agent will be sent to (iuth-
rle to nuike a t borough InvcsUgatlua
llion he sent hi
whs such th
. ! Int t lu le should U
d In fr
I this brought forth I
ing out whether they want him to
hool mooting w
ti July 0
Mr. J. 1. Hazel wood
lcrk of the district. A levy of
tbe Judgment In
WAB RcVENUE HtGclFTS
r< d man In this city
Jenkins, and believes that
I faithful colored
1'he question is
Hal about th
July 13, 1HU8, the date act went Into
fleet, to May 31. l'JOl, actuated to t
UofS.^oS, aa fellows:
Schedule A. (documentar>
ment ? 108,72^,674
Schedule R. proprietary .-n.nnpe l-'.t.'J.lJs
o l.augston, buy
and hfip us build
\N lien (leon
Mans Held, McM
ys fur Ho
asked what th
poxed to do about It be
bad thing. So ttu
h KANSAS CYCLONE
I: K -V 'AS CITY, KAN.. JUI.Y 10
lay there was a small cyclone
ity and In
r tii > size of the whlrler It got
1 shape. The only
hi' h is northwest of the
DESPEf ATE flGHT
ST! I.T< RECrciYIXi; INfll.'RGl'.NTS
WHO WANT TO SURRENDER.
retwkkn pmpl'ty MARSHAL
v\'l> whisky i'KItDI I l;
VINITA. I. T.. .11 T V M
just re tched h
Thompson, deputy marsh.
st some whisk
and they resisted
MANUKA, JUI.Y I' -Arthur Ferguson,
t u*y of the United States
Philippine commission, has been appoint-
tary to Civil Qovernor Taft,
formerly inspector of the
pollco of Manila, lum been arrangod
barged with embezzling from the police
Fifty mora Insurgents have surrend
I T. J. Wint of the Sixth
ulry in Albay pr
iu the «ky when the
It originated in
patch and aft
few vines grabbed the
I left it a complete
in K ns were killed and
■ i.l the yard was ruin
thought it would be tui
not strong enough
I honipsun fired at hi
in the arm, and also flreil
If|c butt It
OSAGE LAHOS m
ARE NOf TRUE
BTVK THOUSAND ACRES DISPOS
POSED OF AT TOPEKA.
r from the foundation
ItICPORTS OF LOSS "OF I
RAM At IB AT PORT 1..
VICTORIA, TEXAS. JI I
ports of gi
aft In ti
TOPEKA, KAN. JULY 10.
morning th? remaining
the Osage Indian reservation In Elk
'hautautiua, (Greenwood, Cowley, "Wll
son and Woodson counties were sold
ale of the lands was obtained at
5 per acre. A similar sale
ducted in Dodgo City
in a north
KEPC3T UNFOU^'J !l
1 T. JUt.Y 10—(Special.)—The
lud here that _ .
d in the
l yesterday uf-
STOCK OF OENKRAL MERCHAN-
DISE! DESTROYED AT FORT
FORT SILL. O. T., JULY 10.—(Spec
lal.)—'The store and large stock of g
il merchandise of George Paschal,
Indian trader, at Fort Sill,
id by fire yesterday evening. L
about $.0,000, insurance about $12,0u0.
i bitlhh g In
m vol! M IMMUNE?
Tf! S i.iRPfc CAS:
JULY 10. -(Special! 1
Wil l. II XI
CH/CAUU 2. PHILADELPHIA 6.
CHICAGO, JL'l.Y l'J.'—Philadelphia won
ir. the o]H-ning inning today, jumping on
Wuddell lor two singles and two tiipltss,
this hitting, with an error, yielding four
runs. Att« ndarce WW. Score:
Chicago 0 00011000—2 51 a
Philadelphia 4 0001010 0— ti 7 o
Wadded and Kllug; Donahue and Mc-
PITTSBURG 1; BOSTON 0
PITTSBURG. l'A., JULY lo.—Today's
a one of the moat remarkable
of the season. Boston lobt lu the twelfth
inning by two wild throws, the llrst by
Ixiwe, the other by Dlneen, letting \\ ag-
nt-r swrii. Attendance Score:
it II E
Pittsburg ....0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1— 1 4 1
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0— 0 15 4
(Jheabr o and Zimmer; Dlneen and Kitt-
CINCINNATI 4; NEW YORK 3.
CINCINNATI, O., JULY 10.-Taylor
bad the locals at his mercy aud did not
allow a man to see tldrd base and one
man reached second. Halm, too, was
effective, but miaplays counted against
him. Attendance 2,Ut>j. Score;
Cincinnati 0 0000000 0— 0 4 2
sew York 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1—o 9 2
Halm and Bergen; Taylor and Bowtr-
ST. LOUIS ;t; BROOKLYN 1.
ST. LOUIS, MO., JULY 10.—St. Louis
bunched liita with Brooklyn errors In
the nrst and second Innings making three
wldch brought them victory. Har-
per and Hughes both pitched line ball.
Attendance 2,000. Score;
R H E
St. 1 jouls 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 Ox—3 8 1
Brooklyn OOOOOOlOe— 1 7 2
Harper und Ryan Hughes and Mu-
Doctors and Midwives R-jccnunerd S
" tfo, r vm nt> ft in "
anil leak paiLlul. "
Sent by express ptld on rec
y.rrnvee it ia vd externally In case.-, of the delicate
titration of tzffctHKt no'.htra. It isaconbtnnt re-
lief, robbing cijfldbirtfc rf i-a t - ror«. Internal rcn-o-
uieg are danreroat. ->|.r'r K:i?nd" Is a blewinr
•n a bottle. 1 here Is nothing li*e it.
The mother of three cl '' 'r«n, w!to
s relietr J quickly. a.i moiljcrs who:..
r— i ir*r1y'u th. bl
Pjr t « r r lc«. Book, M MotberhMil," nsilod free to Isdles,
TME BIUDriKLD lirctLATOH CO., Atlanta, ti a.
. ^ uiwu.rrr.Li HtbULATVK CO., Atlnata, Co. .
could not. Attendance 700. Score:
R H E
Dee Moines 0 3004020 x— 9 16 3
St. I -aid 0 10002000—3 14 4
Butler end Kloinow; Cogan ur.d Wil-
WE8TRRN LKAOUE STANDING. *
:.msa« City :y 22 .639
Omaha :tl 20 a>i.J
St. Paul 32 29
MlnneaxKills 30 2s .517
St. Joseph :il 29 &17
Colorado Springs .26 31 .4St
I)ea Moines 23 33 .411
Denver zi 34 .3W
FOUR THOUSAND PASS THROUGH
OKLAHOMANS WHO HAVE BEE>C
1'LACED ON THE ROLLS.
State Caltal Bureau 610 Fourteenth St,
WASHINGTON, JULY 10.— The foU
lowing pensions were issued to resi-
dents of Oklahoma:
Original—Chas. liulsey, Milan, J8.
Increase—James Hillan, End ra, $14.'
i higina, widows, etc.— Elizabeth!
Hurt, Gaiber, J8.
NATIONAL LEAGUE STANDING.
Pittsburg 39 25
New York ... o2 25
St. Loins 36
OMAHA, JULY 10.— Pour thousand
Kpworth League rs passed through tlii;
city today. Added to the great number
of Epworth Leuguers was an unusu-
ally large travel of summer tourists to
Colorado and other western states, at-,
traded by the low rates. The Union
Pacillc during the past twenty-four
hours h;us sent extra passenger trains
west, besides additional equipment on i
all regular trains.
Included in today's party was a del- I
egation from Pennsylvania that re-
quired four special trains, which was
run In sections as a part of the Union
.554 I Pm>'f'c California express.
.547 Other roads report unusually heavy
.523 travel, most of them running from
'.w: thm' to sIx extra trains carrying del-
.4:;.j I , l?ates to the San Francisco conven J
Ooruenni Attire for I>cll«,
.Tnpanese dolls are usually most clab-'
on,te and gorgeously attired, for tho1
princely families keep these toys and'
pass thom down to their descendants,.
The brocaded Bilks for the doll robea
are specially woven in miniature pat-;
terns on small looms. The woodea
dolls are often beautifully carved and
enameled. Resides the dolls them-
selves the Japanese toys include the
most wonderful array of dolls' furni-
ture, trinkets, toys, musical instru-
ments, houses und gardens.
story of what lie saw In Guy's drng
t-ti'iv ut ti. time of tile killing of Will.
L. Meredith by the Connldlne brothers.
None of tho-e who witnessed tlie
tragedy und have testified, was as em-
phatic as was Judge Griffin In tho
M lenient thut Meredith was shut | ,liS(
while he wui In a condition making
defense Impossible. The Judge told ni
the weakening of the kn.-es of the mur-
dered in hi as blows wer • showered on
him frin the gun In the ban.Is of Tom
Conaklrfie and dec lared his belief that
thin weakeiielng in the knees was the
relaxation of the muscles, not a move-
ment on the part of Meredith to reach
down and draw a gun from his pock«*i.
Judge Griffin also swore tlint whll"
Tom (^onsidinc was beating Meredith
over tin- bead John Considlne called to
hill* he j[.'ve it to him, Tom: hit him over
the Ion's or thing to that effect.
The flint shot th.' Judge heard u.n
one fired by Meredith through the
door of the drug store. II,. did not heap
any shot preceding that one.
Mrs. < 'Ivet Beldiii|; :-ani'H positively
that she heard six shots fired.
The Best Prascription for Malaria.
bill* and Paver H a bottle
ast'liKs ''hill Tonic. It In simply Iron
:id qulnlr# In m taste less
THOSE ('ONTKM PLATING PILING
ON OKLAHOMA LANDS MUST
GO TO THE NKARK8T PEN-
KANSAS CITY. Mo. JULY 10.—
tpecial-1—Sp nal Pensioner Egamlner
Ij. Arnold had to throw tip his
inda v« ^terday morning early. lie
wt,a pelted by telegrams and stormc 1 I
hy p i • i 'ii a I and telephone calls from :
v> tcrans of the civil and Spanish wars
wli.' v. nied him to supply them with
(let lui at ory atatvmeiits.
I have ii . ulan
Ai n dd, "and will have to
these aoplU r.nts to Mr. 1|
;ui:t, Hail Uu'.lding. Kuiisas City, or
tn some other pension agent. Thew
a«;enla will supply them with blanks
siun agent in the town where the pros-
for a nominal f, . If there 1h no pen-
i ■ • ' ti' ' live<. then lu- should g.
tu some attorney who has in cess to the
United Waters statutes, and have him
■ r.'u .(ff a ,,pv «,f the we
ti°n relating t > soldiers' land rights"
Almost <m.j hundred requests were
Arnold yesterday for
BALTIMORE 5; WASHINGTON 1.
WASHINGTON, D. C. JULY 10.—Fore-
gilt edged pitching and bis teams
superior batting gave Baltimore today's
game. Tho visitors bunched hits. Lee
pitched a fair game but tho locals failed
at bat. Attendance 2,117. Score:
It II E
Washington 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0- a 1
Baltimore 2 u u 2 1 0 0 0 0— 5 11 3
1-eo o-nd Clarke; Foreman and Rubin-
BOSTON d; PHILADELPHIA 13.
BOSTON, mass., JLL. Y 10.—Ilarry
Davis batted himself (Into the chief place
in the Philadelphia victory over Boston
today, with live hits out of a total ot
eleven. Tho game was loosely played.
Lewis, who pitched tor Boston for «ix
innings, was wild. Attendance 4.U48.
It H E
Boston 3 0110000 1— 6 11 6
Philadelphia 3 0110412 1—13 17 2
Lewis, Mitchell, Criger and Schreck;
Praser and Powers
MILWAUKEE, WIS., JULY 10.—After
fighting for ten tailings against strong
odds, Milwaukee succumbed in eleventh
inning, the Chloagos making three singles
In succession. The visitors outbattod the
homo team 3 to 1. Attendance 1,2oj.
Ii II E
1000021000 0— 4 b 2
hlcago 2 001000100 1— 5 16 4
Sparks and Maloney; Callahan and Sug-
CLEVELAND 4; DETROIT 7.
CLEVELAND, O.. JULY 10.—Cleveland
>st again today, Dowling pitched good
purpose and Cleveland's mis-
as they were, helped to in-
> score materially. Attend-
It H E
1000100 2— 4 12
WANT SHERIFF REMOVED
The Lift Cnre.
TJie ladies of New York have dis-
covered a new kind of cure, says the1
Montreal Star. It Is called the elevator
cure. There Is some sort of idea ob-j
tained from somewhere that the mov-'
ing elevator has something to do with
the improved circulation of the blood.
Elevator men in the districts of New
York where there are the moet high
buildings report the people seeking the
elevator cure to bo noticeably uu tho
COLORED PREACHERS IMPOR*
TUNE GOVERNOR STANLEY.
TOPEKA, KAN. JULY lo. A dele-
gation from the colored Ministerial Un-
ion of Kansas is here endeavoring to
persuade Governor Stanley to remove
Sheritf Everhardy of Leavenworth
county, from office. They claim that
the hill-rift' was guilty of malfeasance
in not attempting to rescue or protect
Porter Alexander, the young negro
who was burned at the stake by a
Leavenworth mob on January 15, last.
The governor and attorney general
ore carefully considering the evidence
presented, and It is expected by some
that the officer will be removed.
To the Major-General Oummandlns*
This in to give notice to all concerned
that illegible miracles is uovr being
performed by bare men in belly c
great gun, contrary to astringent ci
ders Issued by my lord god. Therefoij
your petitioners pray for correct dia;
nosis of same, and removal from cai
ton ment boundaries with exhibition
not to miracle any more.—From M'if
Steele's "Hosts of the Lord." w. |
SIX OP THEM ARRIVE TO
PART IN BUNDES PEST.
FRANCISCO, CAL., J t LY 1'
I he best ritle shots In the Unl
arrived hero t idav. They i
the advance guard to the national Burn
Fest, which will held in this city n«
Good Mnrket for Omnii
Fouth Africa is a good market fo
cement. All public b«#ldlng , stor-''
and dwellings are coated with comen
There are few wooden bulldlnfs erect*
ed. The masons in South Africa urt
mostly Malays. They are skilled V
TAKE their trade and do the work ut&m
i Cement is also largely used In tn
construction of aijucducts,
chimneys, walls, etc. " * u
Tho prize of the N«
• rps, the oldest shoo'
York has arnl
FOURTH CLASS POSTMASTERS
State Caltal Bureau 610 Fourteenth St.
"WASHINGTON, JULY 10—'Thomas
Leasure was today appolntf
A P«trtQed DUnvtal Mas,
Trot Gorganovic Kiamberfer
Agra university, claims to be the di*
coverer of the "missing link" In th
shape of the bones of a petrified dtlu
vial man. The bones found, be con
tends, would be the eye bones am
i ranla of ten men wbo In all jwoba
bility were ape-like, but show the
elusive characteristics of men.
" o 2 1 • ii 2 2 o— 7 8;; master at Cloud Chief, Washita county moliier s thUth.
Ma ron* D ly W*a I Iboral.
Mrs. Marcus Daly «xplalns tbo r
cent mnrrtag-i of hnr dnugMar by i
Ei>1hcop«J bishop by saving tbai
though Mr. Daly was himself a Cat
ollc he waa liberal and aJlowod t
rhiMron to be brought up lu their
Dowling and Wood; Miller and Bue-
AMERICAN' I.KAlit'i: STANnlNG,
8T. JOE «J. CO LOR AI
S Pit I NOB (
BT COAL OiL ROUTE
oi mm n,'iE
; i v roff
I • • 'IAN TERRITORY
FF, 1 V JULY I'; (Hpe.lal ) —
• early hour this morning
fire cKiuired III this city \vh|ch I
oyed .iver j^o.i.OO worth of prop-
aii'l •!.■ i . ..• | foii-i ' •: able inoif j i
flr« broke ->ut in the building «f[W*NP lt. Indi§e«ii«s, 1 tn-iiipaiion, FUlfl«
in ..ill R . rs, o. . up i by Dr. j ®*! lV Wdlirld, le>er(ind Ayur. Ir> it
iuid the Tribune and rapidly
1 until two new bricks were
sumed. Only about Jii,000 iusuruiioe j Uee that Our Private Die Stamp is
Tho human system while a very compll-
ritfd organism, is abundantly ablo to
take care of liself if the laws of nature
ore not vtnlat1''! It Is natural to bo well;
It Is unnatural ta be sick; Indeed tbo
human system in normal condition is
"Immune" ;rom di.sea^e even when there
Is direct expos? r>\ Ii i« only when the
laws of nature have been violated, low-
ering tho vitality iic1 eloping a weak spot,
foil ing Home of tho oin^iis tu Ing bcbi.idi
or causing eipvre blued that disease ven-
tures forth tu stta k, It is only then It can
gain a footholii
If you would be nn "Immune" never al-
low yourself to run down." It ia then
ois«**e will attack you, all the more dan-
gerous dlffasca «,i the world are caught |
when peopls ir. tva down Take l r
Darter a Iron Tonic i"on the least aign rf
weakness and for m.y anatural pa:a or
i*U Druggists errd bfierjl teaieis belli
J th# neck of t e HaMI«.
ju is represented by \
attorneys Siteed nnd |
Attorneys Harris an l
"4 after the interests |
p«' l-de. of whom
there are sevt ral tnllllona In the w orld and
who are too often t trial to themselvos
und friends need only tuke Dr Ilar-
ter's Iron Tin!,- t• r.jtaln strength and
vigor aud to |.< on?.- • Immune from dls-
and the 'Wu-vi" as w I!
l^ojs of appetite, of ambition,
voushess. pains in mo head,
bark, kidneys. limbs muscles,
etc. nr« all cured bv Dr R.ir-
ter's Iron Tonic. Prepared by The Dr
Darter Medicine C" . Dayton, Ohio, and y
has i . n the market fur ITi yoani. A
ounieb'ct g uruntou til' lis great merit.
ST. JOSlOt'iI. MO., JULY 10.—The hard
hitting ef St. Joo und the poor llelding
ti i''.l<>rudo Springs were tho features
of the game today. Score;
St. Joe 6 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 x— 9 10 7
Colorado Springs ..0 11100012—6 6 8
Mc Fad den and Dooin; Ream and Don-
KANBAS CITY 15; DENVER 9.
KANSAS CITY, MO., JUDY 10.—Long
hilling i liaracterized today's game, three
home runs, live triples, and seven sec-
ond base hits being Bcored. 'ITie batting
>f Miller ai d Mc.llnle were features. At
tendance 700. Score:
R H E
Kansas City 0 5202132 *-15 22 3
Denver 2 1 1 1 0 3 0 1 0— 9 lo 4
Ewing und Messitt; Butler and Jolut
MINNEAPOLIS 8; OMAHA 7.
OMAHA, NKB, JULY 10,-Wlth the
r« 7 to 3 against tluun, the Millers fell
lion Herman's curves In the ninth and
attcd in live runs, winning the game.
...0 0000300 5—8 4 2
.11 1 0 8 0 1 0 0— 7 11 8
(,'unnell; Herman and
i cvitl v\vry.Mharo.
ST. PAUL n.
I MO IN RS, IOWA, JULY 10.—Dcs
s had away Ihe beat of a slugging
i todaj in that they could make
i iih rn^oj* hasi-j# uud til. i'aui
vice Frank T. <
Daly, to all donomlnatious.
gave, aays Mr
Not a set of flat irons or a
^but your money's/wort'-'
The first chewing
tobacco ever guaran-
teed. Your money
back if you don't like it.
// i/our dealer hat not H>|-
more\ Ileal i. ut to c u,
Jor u found pluj.
M. C. WKTKJ&RE
St. Louis, Mo.
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