The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 279, Ed. 1 Sunday, March 22, 1903 Page: 2 of 8
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Five Men of Tug Crew Went A Thorough CWiiag of the Systeka
to Watery Grave. __ , '
Now IS the Surest Protection Against
CLLNG TO MASTHEAD
by Heoroic Vltor: Those of the
Crew Who fcicaped Mere
*«ir *si*t p
)• tfc*- !**■>**■ ■■ r- .Tr, off Mv-
> <r?i&aa nazi;*- <icknown
To* WlnllrH m ti#wjr.
Jr . |",r Ar ti j r T &.>
U; liiJt ti y mS bt'AJD* fo| bound in
)>*iaw*r i*a/ on Tt-ir^jay Tti«- tij«s
Hk* h 4 towM rjj* ron<*mauKh an<J
ifflMw Wfolfrsd froa tb< incbor-
Wlnifrwl «u •
Spring and Sumner Sickncss.
No jjorxi boti.se keeper e\ " r.-- > - -- ;':' ir.
With plentyoi soap&ad water, tar . .cr-l • :r.-/ar.d - /r-
iuif, sunlight sad'air, she soon pets rid of a!l
musty odors, germs and microbes, and the dust ar.d
dirt thit have acconiujated Gur.n;' the long winter
months. But when the house has been put in order,
•iod the premise* cleared of all old plunder and tr . n|
the great majority oi house keeper feel that Spring
cleaning is over, and forget that their ysfcxs may be in a mrse condition than the We
and t.iat Uebad feelings, debility, Jo- of r.; •, , nervousne . an ' leeples—- fr< -1 wh: h
they are mflenng are due to negiect of the more important and necesskiy work of Physical
house cleaning. A dean hotr does not injure .-.. una c. . e. but a clean system does.
Th<- and humors engendered within the body, the v.- te matter tha' is cloeeine
the system and contaminating and vitiating the b:-«d, ar, far more dangerous to With
than the dirt and du.-t of our hor.H- . In the winter time we give free rein
and eat more and oftmcr than ;. for our g
offices and rooms, takv little or no exer
i disease-bearing germs, and our blood i- 1<
able kind; and no wonder that Spring t:i
physical condition, with vitality slv.vlv . ;i
and all the bodily organs over- . • -j;~J
thorough cleaning, anu the blood purged
some serious di*v;rder < r end in chronic ii
and humors break out th jugh the
tormented with bf.ils. itchy ra. he . ,rt
pustular and sc ily eruption:..
Phy it al house cleaning ■ houid lx-
cned, and when a stream of pure, r '1 hi-.
system, the rubbish and di / a e-produc
channels and avenue of the Ixxiv ; -
and complete. S. S. S. clean < , th- bioxl
bi' h from the s-stem. It 1 to ti:
; ■ - ION IN OREGON
r run manof CoI
• , M RtM til
> th«9 f'til!ippin«'i
-in to our appetites,
Y\ ■■ inhale the j/>..uted air of badly ventilated
. and our bodies become a veritable hot-bed of
' v :::ipun'.:c zr.'l poisons of everv conceiv-
i often Si : time and finds lis in such poor
n; .. . ay, our uij. • t: n impaired, the liver torpid,
I ill s our systems are given a
: ra; t malady may develop into
• :i the pent-up impurities, poisons
1 the Spring and Summer you are
iinp.c.- and all manner of ugly
h the blood. It must be purified and strength-
; t'lr: -i jut,> r ] 1 , nooks and corners of the
I' : ■ vii'. . f.ut, and the congested
: 1 1"' ' : -ailing i-. r.iade thorough
n<! expels the waste and rub-
id water are to the house. Nothing
noves the stubborn, deeply-rooted
t::;.t are destroying the purity of
i::g the avenues of health and life,
of S. S. S now will put your system in
r:::d fortify you against the debilitating
: ,;j, :}.in troubles that are sure to
, c „ . - j phj-.-.ical welfare has been neglected.
t i m',13 11 vu'j[ "le be*1 "f a" blood purifiers, but an unequalled tonic and appetizer.
builds you up, improves the aptx-tif-, and ai'ls the digestion and assimilation of food,
,:id keeps, the system in a healthy, , ,r„us condition. S. S. S. is guaranteed purely
vegetable, and can M taken by the old, middle-aged and young without danger of anv harm-
ful effects. S. S. S. is a blood purifier and tonic combined, a perfect Spring medicine and
se cleanin - Write ns fully about your rtise. No charge
THE: SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA, GAo
nu out oi repai:
an-1 purified, the
ivalidism, and oi
3, and all throug
•') Dumps uiid
(•mrnaii'i ot tbf 'Hclispcns.'iole 111 Physical llOU:
• • ii- inr. d-t lor medical advice.
Ti* m nr. A coi.u in km, ti \ v
T«lf 4r>fnu-^ultiin< TaMrta TMt I
THE DUAL LIFE
JJCCTURK UKRK TOMORROW
NldllT ItV (JARVKH
Robert Ixniiu HtevooiknrH grna' atory,
"Dr. ami Mr. Hydt, ww tin-
hubjnr t of a dramatic lecture l y leon-
ard Oarrer In ihe auditorium of the
Younic M« n'H ChrlMtlan u.imkiut!< n y<*M-
terday Tho narrative heir] the rluae
a4teui|<in of tJn- lur** audliiu< for |r
wa« ilellvn-d in a thrllilnr manner
After Um (i^iili w cue, i|ji< l rturer gave
th moral meunlnK of tbe atory, nhow
In* bow each man ma> rl («* to the . |r-
fu«a of th« one or Hink to tjie v\< <m of
th other - San Kranciaco, tCai ) Ki-
AID ro SUFFERERS
THRKH THOl.':!A NI) Af
TO BE CURED of rhmimatlmn,
with itl I 11 - IUHM Vf I'!,' and
fMiirix, take llood'n harsnparillH. Voii
inunI Ihj Kure to GET HOOD'S.
RECALLS SLAVERY DAYS
nirmtnahnrn Ala. Min Ii :i Rotv rt
M KrMnklln, Wm T JnWr I. A i n.
g.tn, Ji !> •• I.ori'l' fi arid Jofin M I hkI«I
ntl of iioixlwwo r. ('<><taa <<iunl>', wr«
Ifouahl l« Ihe United Hiilin inuri In thin
«It y I lii« morning liv M'O->uiIh
If <illiHiiti Hymn Trammel ami I!. It
< ji i «ir y
The men. nil wlilo- hi« (harvd with
kldnapfilria miullmin KhvIh . n< km, Imni
July and noIIIcik him to K71ljah Turner. '
who Ih a.'ler*-d !• have •Imrir «• ,f limit
w rk near « a lela. Ala. Th-v « • ■ all un
tl -r Itulw Irncni
It Iw nll-ir*«l l,v l avln that tin-re arr
twenty a *ven «>tli r mfrwa "united In
tli Pio kutif Hi ' .iI'1m nn<l k< |,t th. r.- In
|n\olunlai y n< rvltml-
The men unci*r Imllrtmanl ar iimoni
fhi- ln xfllfH" * CltlX<*fi • oT «;■ • lK!ili-l I
Jfaa« iy.ndoii ItHfiK n Jil"ll< .,f t ti.- p. n. «•
t«r«d h A iiro||Hrt a bulllfT. The other!
urn m*r< hoiiin
D4\1PER OIN CONVEMTIOfN
w Or lea
Bpe< iai Dinpatf i to the Stale Capital.
Vinita, I. T . Mar' h _'l —The commiii-
alon to the Kie Clvillxed Trlh<- ha-*
decided to [>ermlt t!ie Jnterrnarri«*'l < \
izen* of the Cherokee nation to file
on tlie.r lands in the Kamo manner h*
doubtful 'I ti sen* ar«- permitted to fll«-.
the land being; held a« a rnafrvation f« r
them pending <ifl7.«'iiHhl| arid the Je-
cialoti of the « ( urt « f < laimn tr, d*• >-r
mine their HtatuH. All Intermarried < it-
icena of the nation Htand In the name
altitude uh ciaimantn to t ItlzenMhlfi and
the matter may xtand In thin condition
f„r y, «r. Tbrm th„,i« n<l i> opl(> - KllubMh Sianion. .Mr.,. 1'att,
thli am afn-i-u liy I his „r,l, r Anna Shaw and olh
There are about '.'.(I'M) intermarried
IzeriM whone dtlzenflhlp In tinfpi'ftt
ed, it I Mi i it &00 r-ttHen where <|ei-|Hioii>
yet to he reached i y th« commit on
and ahout l,WK rawn already reje. t.-i
but in many case* the <'ommlH*ion'H a< -1
Hon hait not been affirmed by the in-
March 21.—The onl
National Huffra^e coi
\ent|on Uxlay was the annoiiki «-n -;
from Arizona that the governor ha
vetoed the equal «uffraK'* bill. TI
morning session was devoted to a dli
< iiMHion on increate in members!)]]
Stat let lea showed that for the first tlm
Miaalasippl has paased the payments t
the rauiu*. while 23 atatea niade Kain
In membership. The afternoon k-*--io
was a memorial meeting In honor t
i fJllmer read a
were several addn
WILL VISIT UTAH
ROOSEVELT WILL SPEAK IN THE
WILL SOON HE m'HMlTTED
Special Dispatch to the state Capital
Muskogee I T Mar h 21 Hon J<h
eph Taft, who htn rharge of the «■
gregatiou <tf the Choctaw coal lands,
ha* finished his work and made his r<-
port to the I la wes commi <ulon today
The government set aside r < " <K o good
uer«n of roal lands. The r«|iort of Mr
Taft ban not li'*en made pubjlc, hut It
known here that It will Include ahout
Titi.ooo acroa Ichh than was set aside hy
the government That much of the
area was found not to be coal lands.
T2teGdPiD 2 pn, /. on,v^
Take Lazativn firoao Quinine TableU \Q* bo*. 25c I a : ^ ,
Washington, March 21.—Senator
i Ke rens of i tah, was at the white bouse
aoday. He t ays the president's ar-
rangement for his visit to I tah are
, complete. Th« chief feature of his
vlnit. will he an address at the Mormon
tabernacle In Salt I^ike, I'tah, and an-
j other address at Ogdea the some <lay.
ONE PASSENGER OK ELECTRIC
I/O* ngeles. Calif. March 21. A
Santa Monica electric car was held tip a
quarter of a mile outside the city lim-
its tonight. In a fight between the
paKsi-iiKers and three marked hlghway-
in< r one passenger was killed two
wounded and one highwaymen shot
supposedly fatally. The
ecured no booty.
-hamplin savr she escaped the knife
THE GOVERNOR ,s :
i iki*d aaj-eftei aur-
I ti 0
A BOLQIET FOR
IT IS P7 EJENTED TO HIM ET THE
H m : .-ri;,'..•*.
•--..t 2... .. . r-rardln*
my .*■■■ cr tii • asii :d* _aT>e m-
fcX'd ] bn>Te I am cured L<*K: £M<-cib-
ber J r.i • .r y. r i j have y* v r
*la * " ~ • rrd for ts< *- TfT r^ar* and
•t th- tot I %r J ctevs birth
. > an<l t!-- . J?it- artth tLf
•Ars ' -i "• :► «. h^odfui J
s ■ 'r.rsD Kick ar,3 I *vff -r*d
• ' "ig and if •rt/jr ,v_ 3
■ ,-g bat an operation wooid er^'
rn*, bat 1 rfe. 4 o! your
-r.. I :1 zr., r.o ba/;d to ,
-*'1 ai?! 1 w<H W «t e i! * trial bttora
©rsei\.r.g to Ui^ kt.fr tnd thank* be to
• woadcrful medicine, I was aav^d
.r• rn th ' T-ratln* tab>
► — v \, r* • "jfl rlr? trr-m tt it
rti haafcar^J and rnr *!f b^r of w r>-
■ t • J u--. >rln du:: I J «t
■ 1 • Pynn t.j Cure.!
; box i of P . ran ,| ., ntm.r.r 1
'*• Mass « I'vramid Hil« ar.d I waa.
I ri'jpt- r-.rnpi*!Hy cured If th^r \
w the atii;;it«5t return 1 will certalnlv
rt-t more m«-4k in# t ut I hardly '
h.r:k I * ill i, ti r rn'f* T',r It will t.. 1
■ * l th*m a->d that mak« it t n rr ' nth* ;
DEAD IN COLORADO
I •• - M
" '• - Id by drusstxtn
ickag* ■ >r will be mailed
-■n reoeipt <f j<rJf • by
MarahaiL V r r. Wr t
tilae kjti r~.ik* iu pow r fell. Coabi nch
jt tr^ : cuoMtni hart- been
teroii^fct Into etSlmw In June last. «~
*•)«• ■ thai tb# i^*l famine mi|ht have
b--s a,,-iNi Certainly ih KijfTzr;:*
r- . might have been fc-ieatly
Theae awartls and razificatiotui consn-
tfc- V-i-:.-? ;.art f the rep-«rt The
' ' ■■;***. and by >>*a odds tne larv r
;■ " ■ the are devoU-d ;■ a r -.
• - if the rKrovoray wfcJch j*d to ih<
tj * «r. appolndi* the cosnirl- -
iip-.LUr.e«t ajid to the
conunlatioa dsrfcjj .:j
• -r t - «jt *fton of d?!v-r Tntni*ory
the commission states that durloa the
-rttntwr-'- of th« la'# rtrflt# dUtoede-
— •« ,uibd to a**ns-
'• « ntr jt. no<3 trrrun jh*«f fti®
ie ; enod. ("oruir uinjj. the ruminlftr. _a
-• f-.«lro.tr#d :hert thla dHnrd — ?u-d
incident to the sfrtk >
• i* - lalned with not aad blomi-
«hed. evlmlruitinc In three n—ili mt. ur -
save by Q e laut that 'ft th^
■' *w ' a'.sert.ria their r^aht to rk.
r ano*..**er, a> -BVer of the law *
i ■ r* -rr - l- • dor?-- In attempUng to pr -
M*-r. a-h'. r+war- to r—
• - wh> rfeffii }r.ed at work a* - ..
- r. 2 • r -attn.,d. ar.d thejr and th« )r
".-rr r;8 J and h.t;rrifaSat> ,i. In
*--.'. •-« th* hou^a ot surh
'Krrvtj w*-r# or '*h^-wri>—
*:i*d and .'iwei* "f women ^nd .-.ildr^a
•> ri} f imsd pnarda em—
to prot"n the colli-rlta and ti*©
. • . mm tmm sppaar not to h&r
■ir.n#**eaKtry precautlor. a- -
" " f tli« stat-. waj«. as tf e <-vtder e
' ' ' "h«- bb'.'.'Ii n mo*- Juatlfi- J in
K -lit th. - ildter* to preserve •
recent went r-zprecsed by many per-
tbe presence of the armed
t an-- .in l mli'.'la of the atate <Jo « not
•fc- h f, r tne p*.i/-eahfc- Uiaracter or
<•' - . -i p-r.- .ri*. No peaceable
• :''z' r; has reason to It or
or :«- ent the presence.
- > ■ ' .• justic- requlrea the
tha' h# i<-adere f the <<r<ant*-
i at which •■•Kan ar.d conducted tha
atrike and notably its praaMent. con-
Jerr. J all \ i A -r.«and exhorted their lo!-
r 1 ' • "t-r;ety and moderation It
v* ..I i- m. h ver. that the subordinate
ty ■■ izations and their leaders were
an." rable to «uch counsel" as to
; - ' tbl r' rr, talji'- occurrence® te
at • r«-feren<-e« has been made.
I'■ " akt.iif this arralffnment. we are
r ' -1 lful of what app'-urs to be ti.-
ti.at the mine workers of the .
'f r - f'li'in are in the main weU-dl--
rul u ,.| cltlaens of Pennayhj-.
aaj| ' minority of lex*
* HE PHILIPPINE INVKSTMENT COM-
popularly known aa the boy
I of evil om«-n and unhapi
f -rm of eoerclon by which
- tin fr.im «f«ial .,r busiix -
■ d to the extent sonv tirn
M DOWN IN
fContlnned from pa^e one )
TWO MEMBERS TO ELECT
DUNTRY HAS TWO MEMBERS OP
CITY SCHOOL BOARD.
who live within the dini
ed on th. ho
it that two
) Mem- ;
onsiKned to Mayor j j
' M< mphla will pay for tht-in and I
•it tIi* \ are returned after use."
•rn r 1^ \i« of Arkansaa. teleKtaph-
•rii Little Rork as follows:
I 'ondltlona ulona th- Mis |
rr. .-r in our state are had We
no t. nt in armory for dietrlbution.,
•■w.i.-d first expr-f!> luu tents to
l 'errlrk, Marianna. Arkansa.". for
f floo<! suffereiH I pledK'- honor
t iiiat same will >e carefully cared
.-I when no loiigf r needed will be
r < of . harge i., Jefr.-rsonvlll.. Ind
rir-h terita, ax demand is presaiiiK
"V i" \""j co®Ply,n,f wl,h r"
for tfi. 'i iurtermaater K'"tteral. im-
graphed Inatructions to the
■rniast-r In charg* ..f th- depots at
• i ari l Jeffarsonville, Ind , to send
tire utmo.-t di*>iatt' h t Mt common!
• '..I twenty hospital t> nta to Mem-I
• tin.. ;iinl ninety i ommon tents and j
ipital t'-nts to Marianna. Ark.
atarrh In thl>c section
of the country than all other diseases put I
together and until th - !a-t f,-w !r- was
suppoaed to be lncursbl> For a ureat
many years doctors pr .rioun< -I It a local
disease and prescribed local remedies,
and by constantly failing to cur- with lo-
cal treatment, pronounced it in* rahi .
Science has proven catarrh to i. ;i con-
stitutional disease and therefore requires
i onHtltutlonal treatment. Ha ; h «'• ;. rrh |
Cure. manufaet«ir''d by F J <"h- ' • v a- !
Toledo. Ohio. Is th<- only < onstitutlon- I
a I cure
It acts direct!
us surfaces <
rhey offer one hundred
as., it fails to cure S«
ind testimonials Addres
F J CHENEY A <
Sold bv DriiRBists TV
Hall s Palmily Pills a-.
PROVIDE!) FOR BOUNTY OP ONE
CENT ON BEET SUGAR.
Olmpia. Wash.. March 21—Gov. Mc-
Hridc tfKlay vetoed the bill providing
for h bounty of one cent per |a>und on
all b.-cr tigar produced withlnjf the
late. Th.. governor has vetoed other
liillh < arrylng; appropriations aggrcgat-
BIG TINE WITH
J. J. HOUSTON RETURNS WITHOUT i
ANV KIND OF AN APPETITE.
; bernhip in any lal or orfraniration and
th'-rr- shall l . r dlscrlmli.at -n against
| or interferen' - with any employe who i.-
: r.ot i rn« mt*er of any labor organization
I hy members of such organization.
All contract miners shall he rc-
O'Jireo to furnish within a re as riable time
■ t- each pay day a -tat-ment of the
amount <1 money due fr.,m th. rn to their
r" -'- and - . h -urns shall I - deducted
■ m the am"ur.t due th- contract miners
paid dlr-'t to <> h laborer by the
ompany All employe, when paid shall
.urnlahe,. with an Itemised statement
I of account.
XI. The awards herein made shall con-
ie !n force until March 31 1306 and
tny - mpioye or ifr.,'ip of employes violat-
■ t-K a r y f the provisions therr of shall be
sur.Ject to reasr.nal.le discipline bv the
•■rnplovers, and further the violation of
• provision of th.-se awards ♦ 11It-•- 1
"mpl. yer or employe shall nut Invalidate
any provisions thereof
The comm:.ssiori a.- . also makes -i num
:"r " ' "n.m, • datl MM w. h D v I .
summarized as follow*
I he dls'-ontinuanr e of the syst-m of em-
ploying the ' coal and iron poll.. because
this force Ih bellve«i to have ,>n irritatitiK
• ffect and a reseort to the regularlv con-
stituted peace authorities ln case of ne-
A strict enforcement of the laws In re-
lation to the employment f children
That the state and federnl governments
should provide ma-hlner> t-rr the making
of a compulsory Invent liratlr> > r\t .inc.
> ultles. similar to the in*
this <ommls*lon has m d,
The commission u;,r,Mo the opinion
that with a f« w modi?! -tlons the federal
a t of i ctob«. n-js. authortzlng a . „p
mission to settle controversies h.tw< t.
railroad corporations an.i other rnm ,ri
. rrler*. could be mad- th- bast- of
law for arbitration In the mthra< tte , al
to iilng bufiness Th. • ommmslon. how
-r take a ■]• > Ided position against com
-ory arbitration. tin this point they
o ,| * | tj it*- H lengthy • rnmentary, which
' **ez In the following kuignim:
I Ie- <'hfef b- neflt to l.e derived from
il e s .jKpe.- tion herein made lies in placinir
- real fa t- ar.d Ihe responslbllty f..r
• ■ . >• oritativelv bef,„,. the
people, that the- public opinion may cry.---
it it* a cruel
id Its use immoral
•sin iai. and the concerted at-
a. i ompllsh It Is a conspiracy a)
aw and merits and should rr -
punishment due t-. auch a
NOT SATISFIED WITH REPORT.
Scranton, Pa.. March -1 - T. D. N. h-
i. district president of the United Mir-
Workers . f America, is dissatlstled with
the report of the coal strike commission
lie regarde the question of paying miners
KY weight as the most Important bef,.te
the commiasloners, and says th« ir neg: t
to meet this squarely will greatly detra t
from the otherwise favorable reception
with which the award) will be rcc-ived
Ira H. Hums, counsel of the Independ-
ent operators, said he regarded the award
as eminently satisfactory. He found his
principal .source of satisfaction in the r., -
ommendation for a board of i onclUiation
to interpret the commission's findings 11.
belivcd that eventually the non-union men
will g, • representation on the- boards
ana thue ztrenathen their poaitlom.
.lane s K Mullahy, one or the officials ■ '
the firemen's union, regards the awards
of the commission a* one of the great vi -
torles of organized labor, as it mean* four
ttr "nrT '*''S8 ar^uoua to1' i"-'r <Iay for tha
DECLINED TO DISCUSS IT.
Philadelphia. Pa. March 21—fjeo F
H.ier iiresldent of the Philadelphia 'ami
K "ling railroad oftmpany. decline*! to
discuss the award of the strike commit -
«' K Henderson, general manager of the
iCeadlng Coal and Iron company, when
a k>-d for an expression of opinion, said-
•'t th- commission desh-ed to aid the
i • in keeping up the price of 1
t could not have succeeded better."
Officials of the Pennsylvania railroad
rnpativ and of the independent cntripn-
1 having h' .idquartera here would i.ot
discuss the arbitration.
i; ' '""v. Mich. March 21.—President
Mitchell ot the mine workers p ft
'■ 'us afternoon, the conference .,f
, Ml miners an<l operators having a«i-
without reaching an agr.enie. •
Ihe operators had grante<l an nlcr-.u-e f
ten ot nta per ton on pi.-k ininh ■ and
! • 'its per cent on dead work ar d
o i laboi. but refused to concede the t>a\
in, ,. tli-manded by the nun for t.ushinK
<ar> Ihe mines will close April 1 unless
ta< ! tnintTs and o|n rators reach an agre -
al appropriations made hy the i
lature amount to I
land leasing I
eysterday with Mrs Ho
week's sojourn In Garnett. Kan., visiting
the parents of both, uncles, auntn. cousins,
and other relatives. He says ti)"- meal.;
came so often and bo " w|uar« that he has
lost his entire appetite and that th- most
tempting dish, s fail to fa/., him. An
aunt of Mr. Houston. Mi- Area <" .lotn.
ston of Pittsburg, l'a.. returned with them
H spend several weeks h' re.
THOMPSON IS BETTER
Siet Machine Warning
MILLS NOVELTY CO., Chicago,
,1 l,,r«. « M, frl i., .
I >• t' ti t of I
* iiitrml t'l (irutr, u
EX-UNITED STATES MARSHAL RE
MOVED TO MISSOURI.
iprlngs have heret
•operate. It Is b
:gain to recover.
Is flic joy of ft* hooreboM, for without
it no hap|>inessciin becanplctu. IIow
swoet tile picture of mother and babe,
angels smile at antl commend the
IhooRhc* m.,1 aepimtiotts of tl« mother
bandmtT owr the < r dle. The ordeal through
which the expectant motlier n.u t |K( .
ever is so fcil ot danger Buffering that
, , , shc '""'s forward to the hour wlien site OiaJl
fee.1 the exquisite thrill of motherhood with indescribable dread and
.. EverJr w"man should know that the ckm,-.-,. P!im aiKi |.,„r„
of child-birth ran be entirely avoided by the w-v of Another's Friend
a « .ent.f'c Hniment for external use oojy, which toughens and render.'
pliable all the parts, and
assists nature in its subHme
work. By its aid thousands
of women have parsed thi«
trrest crisis m perfect safety
and without pain. Sold at $1.00 per
bottle by druggists. Our lxx>k of priceless
value to al! women sent free. Address
osuoftelo regulator oo^ ah arum. om.
nai use only, wtwcij toughens and renders
CJ. H. DODSON. Vice-President.
L. H. LOHR, Sec'y and Troas.
OKLAHOMA IRON WORKS CO.
- Cor. of Vine and Cleveland. GUTHRIE, OKLA.
Machihinists, Plumbers and Steam Fitters
estimates and specifications given on work in any part of the territory.
i.LiiH for Waterworkn, Hot nt( r or Ilotil in^ turuislicd on short iiotico, Asrciits for t • a
—— Reaves Engines s Separators
'Iro I'.rick, UoltiiiK, I'ackin^ unit KiifniH- .Suppli, . Always in Stm-U.
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Greer, Frank H. The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 279, Ed. 1 Sunday, March 22, 1903, newspaper, March 22, 1903; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc125028/m1/2/: accessed July 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.