The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 270, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 5, 1907 Page: 2 of 8
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THE nKT.AHQMA STATE CAPITAL. TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH, 8, 1907.
Has surpassed all other medicine*, in mgcit,
sales and cures.
It has the abiding confidence of tha people—
the strongest proof of its unequaled worth.
1t pnrifles the blood, curea all blood dis-
eases, all humors and eruptions.
It strengthen* tha stomach, creates aa
appetite and builds up the whole system.
It cures that tired feeling and makes tha
In usual liquid, or In new tablet form
called •anatabs. 100 Doses One Dollar.
Guaranteed under Pood and Dru| Act,
JuosM, 1906. No. 334.
moved the clock
(continued from page two)
constant friendship during every one
of the laborious and eventful days <>f where you can use it twice-a-uay.
the f>9th congress. Some congr.-sJ )iclps the poor teeth; preserves,
have done their work under the stress
of national trial and
KNEW HE SHOT
(continued from page t.wY i
oven national brightens and whitens the Rood
ones and leaves a pleasant alter
taste. Ask your dentist.
In handy metal cans or bottle*. gdfli
Dr< Graves' Tooth Powder Co.
j disaster; it has been our good for-
tune to do our work In a period of
I prosperity bo abounding aa to surpass
all the Imagining* of the past. The
statesmen of the days of stress will
hold first plaee In the affections of the
I people and rightly an. but the men
who with loyalty and devotion strive
to keep a mighty ifitlon In tho path-
way of prudence and common sense
while prosperity abounds on every
corner, have troubles not always un-
derstood or sympathized with by the
I people, hut which you well know of.
| In the two years now closed—years I
organisation of his mental forces and by i eventful in the precedents set In j
that time h#« knew that ho nad done j these legislative halls, and wo hope
something.' , « id bellovo oventful f< r tho good that J Washington, March. 2.
"Therefore, if there had been a brain j may come to the people therefrom— : hug nKKp<j congress
PROBE OT LEADERS
storm he had recovered
time sultlclently to know
Dr. Dvnns nlfo said
Thaw realised he was under arrest when
he akked that his Wife be taken to a
liotcl «11.1 that George Carnegie, his
brother-hi-luw be sent for.
The witness declared the fart thai the
defendant did not ask why he was Un
In this short | your fidelity to your own duty and
what he hud your Intelligent appreciation of duty. ;
! even when It hits crossed some of
thought your cherished purposes, haa my con
-Organised labor j
Institute an in- i
estigation Into all of the fads and '.lr- !
umstanee.-< attending the charges I
gainst Charles Mover, Haywood. F. U
. ITU-era of the Western Fed-
stant encouragement and support, in ,,iutlul, n'„(| Miners and theif depor a-
bidding you farewell I wish to express j tluII l(, ]ttalio to stand trial on rhar*.-
to you my appreciation of this and |0f complicity In the_mi
to wlah you in the future all success ; nor Hteunenberg.
and all usefulness in your chosen I Carina'
(continued from page one) |
ed tli.it the first session should not t x-
cced 150 days. Motion prevailed.
Tli/* delegates, wives and friends will
be entertained tonight at convention hall
ti Mrs. Ardery'a college gills a^xfutcd
by a number of special musical urtlsta.
NO MOKE MONEY
Congress Failed to Allow the
President Murray read a telegram at
the rh se <>f the afternoon session that
«(Ingres*, had turned down the conven-
tion deficiency hill of over $135,000, .ind
the, delegate** turned pale because moat
of them have sold their mule teams,
cows, hogs, horses and .Alfalfa to pay
expenses to listen t• > the "hot air" law-
yers since the last pay day. Jiut. 30,/and
now tii . have not money enough go
home. They begin to realise that they
hired too many clerks at the beginning
who just sat around and drew St .nor
day ;itul making an indebtedness of
aoout •*- «' per dav. Now they wish that
thiy had lens help so they could have
drawn their pay. This also place* Bdl-
tor Niblack in a peculiar position.
To thai end Senator
ntroduced a petition .
- i . signed bv hundreds of worklngmen and
der arrest, conveyed no light aa to his . walks of life. 'eitlrens and also had printed In the
mental condition. i "And now In pursuance of the t )M. disputing opinion of Associate J
Thaw Absorbed In Lett rs qulrements of the constitution 1 1 jllKti,, MrKemia to the opinion of the ou|_ Prohibition Than State With
WM P«yln •to.-lut.ly no .lt«n-! Cl.r« th. '
tlon to Dr. F.vans al
Rather Live in Territory With-
I required to redress the grievous wrong
—- ' | committed against Moyer. Haywood and
Una nrt AutlmritV to I'ettlbone. and to safeguard and pr--; i
Council Haa no Aiunoniy lll(, (.1UzonB of thiH (.,,unlry from legalised
Desicrnate Depository For the; kidnaping and deportations by adinlm
house of representatlv
Ithta while, but j ndjourned without day."
busied himself with reading the letters
he had received this morning As usual j „
ho made notes on each letter after finish- TREASURER RESPONSIBLE
Ing Its perusal.
Dr. Evans wan unable to understand
the exaet relative positions of Thaw and
White before and at the time of tha j
shooting, so Mr. Jerome acted the scene
out for him.
"We'll Imagine M/. Del mas is the vic-
tim" he said, turning suddenly on the
Jerome D scribes the Scene
Mr. Delmaa dodged and the Judge attv
Jury laughed Mr. Jerome explained
with many gestures and described
Thaw's passage down tha roof garden.
his turning to the left and walking twen-
ty-flve feet to the table Where White sst
with his head resting on his hand.
"Then" said Mr. Jerome, "he turned de-
liberately and and eatmly and shot
Stanford White dead
"Does that fact show thai he knew
what he W;is doing?"
• No." replied Dr. Rvsns. hi* calm-
no** does not show he knew but might
"Why. then, did he got out the way he
"I hav no means of knowing whether
his motive was sane or tnsape."
"D'd he know he wa
"t can't tell, hut it I:
believe that he did."
"When he wslked down to th
calmly and turned qulell
"It urt-ma to me. it shows he wo:
|: ji In «n abnormal manner."
"wvml j Institute^ by lh« city In .impel Mr
, !li«'of champsgne shortly before, _ Havlnghorst to comply with the or-
.. mv Influence on the affair?" dinance.
■. d'rertlv. If It !'"d of \ Judge Burford sustnlul the oon-
.:/:,,i„W,f,!c« 'Tat^n .h£ln* Thaw tentlon Of the city treasurer, Uecld-
t ti-.- nlstol close to White's head i Ing that tho city Ind .10 power to
J«nvthleg to you?" 'designate the depository for the
would lea dto the belief that
\VM " was the figure tie was after.
..•%Vhat l« indicated to you. as a so -
rnllflr ma... by Th««'« dMl.rntlon ti. hi.
nife l have wived your life • asked
restrict Attorney Jerome
"The fact that he hud done something
nnd had done It to sav<
.supreme court of the United States that
the court could not Inquire into the cir-
cumstances surrounding the alleged
j "kidnapping" of tho three men.
The petition asks for the enactment
Resolutions adopted by the German
American board at a regular meeting of |
Vspaln Elutracht held at Kl Keno. Ok..
Saturday. February ja. I!H 7. a branch of
E«rVD TUP PTTV FUNDS < f "Mich laws and meaMires as may be j the tjennan-Amcrican Bond of Oklahoma
'U* inXt WiX * s th. i-ricvous wrongwhose members!- at Kl Keno is J10.
order In the future
Scores Supreme Court
The fact that these three men had not
been In Idaho for several years prior
to the time they were arrested for com-
plicity In the Bteunenberg murder i
The treasurer of a city who Is elect-
ed by the sufferage of the tax pay-
ers Is personally responsible for the
funds In his keeping, and th :ity
council has no authority to d signatc
In what bank or banks h-> shall de-
posit the moneys, according ti tho
decision of Judge Burford In the dis-
trict court Friday.
Last spring tho city council of
Guthrie passed an ordinance re.fir-
ing city funds to be deposited In
such banks as the council designated.
lilds were advertised for Interest on
the dally deposits of the cltv founds
and the Guthrie Savings ba-il: was
selected by the city on an offer of
( three per cent. City Treasurer Hav-
■ii.roachltiK iughorst refused to carry out the In-Ice.s of law. The petition
j struutlons « r the council, hold'ng that
reajonable to as ho was elected by the tax payors
and required to give bond for the
tahlo | founds, tha council had nu authority
to designate where the ntonay should
ho kept, as the treasurer nnd hi.*
bondamen were held resnor.s'.blo by
and his law. Mandamus pricejdlnK*
cited. It l.s declared that the decision of
the supreme court that It could not In
quire Into the alleged conspiracy of he
governors of Idaho and Colorado "legal-
ises the crime of Wdtaiplng and puts in
the hands of corporate Interests power
by which they may lay hands upon
lien* of any state,
homes and firesides, deport them to an-
other state and thrust them In prison,
there to remain without trial for months
or years, thus depriving citizens of their
right to life nnd liberty without pro-
rhe petition emphasises the
Miners i.«i "a large and peaceful organi-
zation of labor."
whose membership at Kl Reno is
Ffrst. Resolved that we oppose
bills that have been or will be framed
as law? concerning prohibition measure.
Sm dihI. Resolved that a prohibition
clause In ortr organic law would be
great drawback lor the development of
011 r new state. «
TUrd. Resolved, that It Impairs Its *
citizens of personal liber.y that the con-
stitution of the I'nlted States guaran-
Fourth. Resolved that we prefer to re-
main a terrltorv without prohibition than J
a mate with prohibition. • j
Fifth. Resolved, that the tlertq^n- '
American Iiund of Oklahoma have c.s <
citizens discharged their duty at ihc «
ballot box, the con-titutlonal delegate j
election is proved by Its r esults. ]
Sixth. Resolved that lts«'incmbers are '
them from their 1 keen to observe a« citizens that Okla-
lioma should be one of the foremost
states In the Union.
Personal knowledge i« the winning factor in the culminating contest, of
this competitive age and when of ample character it placet its lortunale
possessor in the front ranks of
The Well Informed of the World.
A vast fund of personal knowledge it really essential to the achievement of the
highest excellcnce in a y held of human effort.
A Knowledge of Forma, Knowledge of Functions and Knowl-
edge of Product* are all of the utmost value and in questions ol lue and health
when a true and wholesome remedy is desired it should be remembered that Syrup
of Figs and Elixir of Senna, manufactured by the California f-ig Syrup Co., is an
ethicJ product which has met with the approval of the most eminent physicians and
gives universal satisfaction, because it is a remedy of ^
Known Quality, Known Excellence and Known Component ^
Parts and hat won the valuable patronage of millions of the Well Informed of the
world who know of their own personal knowledge and from actual use that it is the lust / j
and best of family laxativei. for which no extravagant or unreasonable c.aims are rnade^
1 his valuable remedy has been long and favorably known
under the name of— Syrup'of Figs —and has attained to word-
wide acceptance as the most excellent family laxative. As its pure
laxative principles, obtained from Senna, are well known to physicians
and the Well Informed of the world to be the best we have
adopted the more elaborate name of -Syrup of Figs and
Elixir, of Senna — as more fully descriptive of the remedy,
but doubtless it will always be called for by the shorter
name of —Syrup of Figs—and to get its benehcizj
effects, always note, when purchasing the tull
name of the Company - California Fig SyTup
Co. — printed on the front of every package,
whether you call for — Syrup of F' igs
— or by the full name — Syrup of
Figs and Elixir of Senna.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.,
u.S.A. NEW YORK.N.Y!
LONDON,ENGLAND. INCVV unr\,n*
dees that ,
Number Sevcntecn's Engino Fails
No. 17 south bound Santa Fe noon
train wai three hours lute yesterday.
Engineer McDonoutrli l a gone to Ar-
kansas City to report for duty.
The lotal round house handled 4«t0
feines during the month of February.
No. 11 rfanta Fe due nt "2 p. m., '
fifty minutes late yesterday, delayed
south bound passenger ui Blaek Hear
$100 REWARD $100
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there Is at least
one dreaded dlseuan that science haa
been abla to cure In all Its stage*, and
that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure l
the only posltlv.
meolral fraternity. Catarrh being a con-
stitutional disease, reepwres a constitu-
tional treutment. Hall's Catarrh Cure I*
i«k«n internally acting directly upon the
totaod and mucous surfaces of the sys-
tem. thereby destroying the foimdatlon
of the dis«u*>. and giving the pat ent
strength by building tip tho constitution
■ nd assisting In doing its work. The
proprietors have so much faith In its
ourative powers that ttoey offer One Hun-
drod Dollars for any case that It falls
t« cure. Send for list of teetimonlals
Address F. J. CHUN BY L CO.. To-
Hold kr all Druggists. 75c.
Take Hall's Family Ptlla for constipa-
Engine 436 pulling trains number 17 nnd
died at HI.irk Bear yesterday caused
by a busted flue. Engine pulling 1 1-
ber <21 was dlspa'tched to bring numbi-r
17 and engine i:w to Guthrie. Engine t;!<>
was cut out here and tho ,W;t took number
17 to Purcell. The Uf. is in the local round
house for repairs.
EBNATE LAVISH IN
An Annual Increue of Appro
priatiou For Agricultural
Schooli Among the Features
Washington, March 4 -'Fifty-one mil-
lion dollers have been added by the sen-
ate to the house supply bills" said Mr.
Townoy of Minnesota today while the
housa had under consideration the con-
ference report on the agricultural bill.
"This Is unprecedented. The amend-
ment which the senate Inserted In the
agricultural bill endowing agricultural
colleges mean millions upon millions
Mr. Clayton of Alabama moved that the
house ooncur In tba senate amendment.
The amendment provide* for an annual
Increase of £>,000 for agricultural col-
leges until a total of |60,Pft0 lisd been
reached Discussion on the amendment
continued more than on hour, when a
Suit For Damages
Suit for $r4).000 damages was filed In
the district court last evening ngulnst
tho Hock Island railroad company ."or
the death of Win Downey, aged l'
years near Freeport. Iowa. Daniel Down-
nay, aged 7t> father of the boy Is the i
plaintiff In the cause Yoiiik? Down?)
was killed wn.ie In the employ of the j
company, oil August "i*. 1906. The rahter .
teLs forth in his petition for damages. !
that the statutes forbid the employment j
of persons under 16 years of age by rail- |
road companies for any work where dy-
mlte or other explosives are used. Voiin^ |
was at work repairing a roadbed j
1 i<: ci'iH. a 101,0 1:
. m e^ke I.AXATIVB BSD MO
Sophia Holllday \ s. Julia Thurston < t I ,if
al, damages, on application of the de- | *
fondant a change of Judge was ordered; ciTTPTnTT int<\
cam-e stricken from trial calendar. I ANTI-SUICIDL IDEA
Channell vs. Channeti. order of In- \
Junction entered as per Journal entry
Territory vs. Harry Harris, alias (.-■
Brown, grand larcency; Jury failed to
Kingman-Moore Implement eoinpan> v.
Mi rrla Collar et al. foreclosure of mort-
gage; tailed for trial; evidence introduc-
ed by defendant; continued fur farther
trial hearing and argument
uthorlne Schooner et al. vs 1'. .r. M-
len et al. damages; cause continued tor
a term by agreement.
Terrell G Wright vs. M. 1>. Wright, de-
clare a trust and set aside deed; dis-
missed for failure to revise cause.
Guthrie Building and l.oan association
vs T. 11. Young et al. foreclosure ot
mortgage, called for trial; cause argued
and taken under advisement
W. |\ imager et al. \s. Logan county
appeal from bearu of county coin 111 s
sioners ; "Hod for trial; Judgment as
per stlppulatlon of counsel
Aaron DlUonheck vs M. Nowland «'t ..I
overy of i«*al estate. dismissed by
plaintiff as to U. M. Jones
All petit Jurors were excused until J
Anna ^1 Gerlock vs Cln- F tier-
lock. alimony; demurrer to pet tlon •>
ruled and excepted., defendant glvei
days to plead
Heynolds vs. Reynolds, divorce; d
to divorce on referees report a-.
w K. Patterson VS Anna Snrtli
damages rant. etc.. motion susialii«Ml
and plaintiff ordered to separately ut«
Alta 7. Stapleton vs Tyler ( onunei-
rial college monej . demurrer overruled
and excepted, defendant given 'JO dayi
to plead. j teres ted In tb
PASSED AND SIGNED
The Initiative and Referendum
The following Is the vote on the tinal
passage of the Initiative and referendum
The following delegates voted aye:
Akers, Alderson, Baker, Berry. Bilby,
Board, Bowers. Bryant. Buchanan. <"ar-
ney. Carr. Caudal, Chambers, Cobb. Dal-
toi. Deerin.1,', ivdley. Edniond^on. Gard-
ener, Graham llannity. Harrison, J. B.
Harrison. B. F.; Haskell, llansam. Hay-
es. Hendricks llenshaw. Hill, Hen-ion,
Hughes, Humphrey, James. Jones. J01111-
j st.hi, Kane. kln«. Langley, Lasater. Ha'l-
nien, Ix*e l^eper. i.enoetter. l-ledke
ras I hlttlejonn. McCance. Maxey, Majors,
| Messenger. Mitch, Moore Nelson, New- j pears
jail, Norton. Fnrker. i'litman. Kamsay j
Carl Havighorst authorizes the an-
nouncement of his candidacy for city
treasurer, subject to the action of tho
Henry H. Dodd announces his candi-
dacy for city treasurer, subject to re-
publican primary March 14.
Out for Re-election
In this issue of the State Capital ap-
pears the announcement of Carl Havig-
horst foh re-election as treasurer of the
city. Mr. Havighorst needs no Introduc-
tion to the eltlzens of Guthrie. He has
been identified with banking institutions
in Guthrie for the pa t ten years, and
his ability and integrity haa always be 11
re'agnized as one of the very brightest.
He is the present treasurer of the city
and b^s srved to the satisfaction of all
MAY TIE UP BUSINESS
S iridlln. Sater, Hav-
rells. Swartx. Toch. Tenor. Trac-
Tncker. Turner, Weaver. Williams.
E. It ; Williaias
I..; Wills. Wood. «;
Wyley. Mr. I'resltli
Those voting m
( >!. .**
uinitie Tablets I
t fails to curf 1
is on vac'i box. ■•>0 i
I EXTENDS TO OKLAHOMA
] Special to tin' State «'.i i • i I a 1.
\ Oklahoma « 11y. Okli
I Is likely lhat an uuti-
I such jjs are in vogue
I Chicago ami St, Louis
j lished In this city b
I Army people. It was
i head quarters in this cit> tdday that )
1 Col. T. \V. Scott, provlin iiil ofllci-r
j and Major Arthus Cass, gontral set-'
| rotary of the mid-West provln >. j
I would be here from Kansas City '
Monday to confer with local head-
quarters In the matter. Heceift occur- !
tenets of suicitles and attempts in 1
this city lias atlracted the attention 1
of the Salvation Army members. |
. DANGER AHEAD
Of Being Admitted Into the Uuion
For Police Judge
Issue of the Stale Capital ap-
announcement of Henry II
. nobis foi the republican nomination
for police judge. Mr. Reynolds Is well
known to our citizens, having served in
the capacity of chief of police for two
years, and gaining the enbiable reputa-
tion of being one of the best officers t!.e
city ev<r had in that position. As police
Judge. Mr. Reynolds will serve the <ity
In th«' same able manner.
•11. II. Dodd bas announced his oandi-
for the republican nomination fo-
ci!.' treasurer, subject to the primary
-tlon. M'\ Dodd is well known in the
Special to the State Capital
Oklahoma City. March l -Many candi-
dates are preparing to make .1 <ampaign
for election to city offices h 't--- th s
spring, and Mayor Messenoiugh has al-
ready Issued his proclamaf'in c lllng for
the election to be held April - Hut In
spite of all such preparation. th- r tests
In Hie minds of many, serious doubts ?s
to whether such election will lie legal,
and whether such officers el "■'ted
perform any function of their offi" • with-
out laying It liable to be attacked In the
Hut preparations for the campaign
continues. A new candidate for. mayor
from the Republican able 'n the p'rajn
of C. O. Jones is mention'il. It 's un-
derstood that Mr. Jones wond n -c pt the
nomination and make the ic J. H.
Johnston is making an active campnign
for the nomination, and if Mr Jones de-
clde.s to enter the race, it will be inter- j
Mestenbaugh Wants Out
Just why Mayor Messcnbaugh has per-
sisted in calling an «lec ti >11 this «pHng
has never been fully expla'ned. except
that lie wishes to leave the oITlce. His
professional work as a physician makes
it very hard :o fill both pla-'^s.
But Hie QUestl >11 as ty fe legality 'f
such an election is bccom'mr
ious. It Is said lliat r.ne of
companies, one which has dc
amount of work for the city,
lias contracts for more, lias
ne a large
present administration that it woiiid
make no further move f the elect u
was held, because the officers would hive
no legal right to Issue warrants for p-j>.
ail | and "1al bonds could iv.t be negotiatol.
It is the opinion that the same* e!T-ct
will be experienced in other departments
where public Improvements are contem-
plated. or that will be finished under the
administration of the coming election.
The Law Is Plain
The provision of the deficiency bill,
by which county elections were put off
until next full. when the new state
officers are elected, so far ns the wording
of the measure is concerned, obv'ousiv
api lies similarly to the city elections,
In, itise it does not specify any particu-
lar officers but doe« not "all offices pro-
vided under the laws of the territory.
City offices are provided under the laws
of the territory just the same as .*oim-
tv or state officers. But the provision
specitYrs that congressional, legislative
or -tate officers may he elected at tho
time of votirfg on the constitution.
■ iM I
id F' In Ing the r
ine.su. Mr. Dodd
and will be perfectly f|ualined
is Important "tn • . If nominat-
! \ w ill doubtless be elected,
one of the most popular young
MAY CLOSE STREETS
TO CET DEPOT SITE
depot for this city was mentioned by
President Winohell in bis talk last
night before the Chamber of Com-
merce, in which he said that construc-
tion work on it would begin some
time during the summer months The
company officials are just a bit per-
plexd at this time in the matter of
securing watisfnetory grounds for the
building, and President Winch- II in-
timated that they may be compelled
t-> ask the city to close one or tw.
streets. Recently the closing of one
certain street was presented to the
city council with adverse action, and
the matter was dropped for the time
being Hut Mr. Wlnchell wanted to be
understood as declaring that the d--
pot would be built. It will be one of
the finest in the southwest and will
Two marriage licenses were issued by
Judge Strang yesterday:
Abnor Hall and Myrtle Jenkins, both
Preeley Donapan and Hester Woffard,
1 Mi-sk "gee. 1 T , ..1
ler- I R. l.uwi«•..<• • m.. .. .1
or- j aa, will take up th*« i
I !0 ' Ing the charges agal
master In chancery,
, r9 i by Attorn, v W \ (
per j hearing will probah
... I bulge's private ehajn
tied I "*1 b-v htm lal, r- 1
Judge has a copy c
hitu Chase alleged
tor in chancery, dl
outside pari'. • in if;
irch I.-Judge \\ m. '
Are You Dyspeptic?
eged that Tisdel us nia
f\ dlsennuilllteil •/:
in f: 01 of oil and
Which he. (Tisdol) I
sale of lenses.
They act like Exercise.
fti.t'i rrnrn 1^
pi/o OINTMKNT Ih ftinrauUe.t to cure unj
1 rsiie of Itching, blind, bleed g or Fr. «ruajii|
. k'i;« in 6 10 IA *** "
uionev ref inOed.
bad temper, nervousness, melancholy, and other signs of disordered
nerves, are frequently caiused simply by dyspepsia.
Dyspepsia (chronic indigestion),* upsets the whole system, and
the victim becomes thin, worn, miserable, and suffers from continual
pain and trouble, of one kind or another.
The mere treatment of such a condition, by pepsin etc , to help
digestion itself, is not enough to bring about a permanent cure
What is needed, is a remedy that actually tones up the weak-
ened digestive organs, and at the same time purifies the digestive
canal from the poisons of undigested food.
Such a remedy is Thedford's Black-Draught, for over 70 years
the favorite remedy, wherever known, for all the common diseases
of stomach, liver and bowels.#
G. H. Hash, of Goshen, Ark., writes: "I have had stomach
trouble and dyspepsia very bad for ten (10) years, as all myjrlends
know, and five years ago I was a miserable sight.
I tried many remedies, without obtaining relief, but
finally began to use Thedford s Black-Draught,
which has made me much better. It is the best
medicine 1 know of. for aM stomach and liver troubles. |
Made strictly of roots and herbs. It Is purely vege-l
table and acts safely and promptly. Sold by all
dealers, In 25c and $1 packages.
Some dealers sell imitations. The genuine is
Thedford's. Be sure that you get It.
O. H. HASH
-for the Bowels
, TOLICE COURT
j Jiidgo olA.nl.h ye.ierd.i\ innrnlnK A"*'! |
Andrew Cane ' lf> and cost* f"< wteailng
shoes from c.e Chicago 5 and 10 cent
I Henrv Rhodes. Ohaiged with drunken-
reus was dinviiaried. Hits lieing l.i Hint
I Chief Catra yesterday evening si ir I
north on the afternoon Santa Ke trai l 1 |
pauper. *ho has been the city's gusst f..>r
I lfarry Wlllianv - • rrehted last night
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Greer, Frank H. The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 270, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 5, 1907, newspaper, March 5, 1907; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc126416/m1/2/: accessed December 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.