The Crowder City Guardian (Crowder, Oklahoma), Vol. 3, No. 17, Ed. 1 Friday, April 3, 1908 Page: 2 of 4
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Crowder City Guardian
A. E. Harrow, Editor
ID ANY SALE
(senate may have state he
tain school land
For thn stato meeting of thn Odd !
Follow* at Sulphur, Aril 14, 15 and
16 a special train will Im ruu from j
Guthrie mill Oklahoma City.
James Nairn, a frenhmnii In th«
1'ii 1 vi-rs11y at Norman, lias accepted
the appointment to AnajMillH proffered
Mm by Senator Uore and will loara
anon to take tin' entrance cxanilna-
Consideration of BUI Indefinitely
Postponed—Senator* From East
Side Want Time to Study the Sit-
uation More Fully
That any hill for tbe sale of the
school lands will meet with determin-
ed opposition In the senate wu made
evident Friday during the debate on
drive at newspapers
THE SIXTIETH CONGRESS
A Jury In the district court at
Guthrie Itaa given a verdict for |4,-
000 against the Gtilhrlu Street Car durant >>111 from too house, pro-
company anil In favor of the heirs vldlng for the roappraim-tuent of the
of Mrs. Mary Archer, who, with her school lauds In accordance with the
daughter, Miss Ikivle Cupp, wan kill- request of the governor, which open
«*l by a street ear In that city In June, up the entire range of the seho jl
1#05. Their horse ran away, throw- que(,tlon for discussion
Ing them under the car wheels The ... . .., , . ,
. .. 1 ho bill pro*:,l,d for the extension
street car >ouipati\ lias Illed notice
„r a! i of leases expiring before April lb ot
this ywir to 'Januarj 1. 1909. The
The school I mill commission has ' of the school land h i.ird had
loaned approximateh s. 000 to th« position thai new leases
counties on improved farms of the 01,1,1 nilu)" wl,ll0'u '
money given by congress to th® new h«" for ,llr^' « d -iskiid this
•late. The dally loan* l4W " 8 temporary expedient,
amount to neat li 130,000. The senate added a new section,
providing fur a complete appraise-
Two batteries of artillery from Fort nicut. Including the securing of statls-
Slll will participate In the annual ma- "cal Information, which caused most
neuvers of the a! Fort Sam of the debate. The draf.ed
Houston In October b)r Senator Kodwlne, provides that
It shall be tbe duty ot the commii-
The Oklahoma supremo cou.t has sloners of the land office to cause
refused n writ of mandamus asked by 'b* making of an appraisement of
Adam Cllne to force Mayor llrldgei educational and public building lands
of ChiekMlMt to call a eitv election, w"t> dewrlpUon. including to*
to elect all officers under the Arkan- numb* of acres In cultivation on
wis statutes, which governed the city l'aL''1 Quarter; the amount of corn,
elections lit former Indian Territory cotton and other crops raised In , .'Ui,
and held that the law di*-; not np- 1'1# c®sh value with Improvements,
plv. The opinion holds that the Okla- lh vlJ" uI u'° Improvements, their
homa election law i- cirrled over In description and kind, the number of
the schedule of the eonstltuton and tJu" Improvements have been
as modified by the llr >ok bill, now ap- "n "ie land, the name of the leasee
At Sulphur Sheriff Henry C King
was exonerated of the charge of per-
jury In his preliminary trial
ttud If sub eased the price -ucli les-
see pays per acre.
The appraisement Is also to con-
tain a list of all land suitable for
towuslte purposes and whether or not
It Is now used for such purpose; It
The Mystic Cave compam at Sul- so. the kind und character of build-
phur has bten Incorporated with a lngs thereon It is also to contain a
capital stock ot liO.OOO It Is tne complete geographical and statistical
pur|Hise of tho company to explore the report by counties 'and such ad J i
cave, which has be n the subject of tlonal Information as may be require
many a newspaper story. by the commissioners of the land of-
The corporation commission ha* is- The adoption of that section seem-
sued an order permitting the M. ed, however to turn * BM Of tlie sen-
Smith Western to charge a 3 cent llHI who had originally favored
passenger rate over their lines lu this hill against it. and a motion for in-
mate upon a showing that the road 1* dotlnite postponement was made. As
losing money at two cents a mile. a substitute for that motion another
was put through r'oviding for a
Order* have been Issued from the Postponement to gi the senators
office of Adjutant Uciier.il Frank Can- from the east side, who professed
ton for the dlsbandment of company their Ignorance o. the who.e matter,
U First regiment. Oklahoma Nation- " ^ance to obtain the desired in-
al guard, at Perry, one of tho oldest formation.
companies In the service. Disband- The house Friday passed a bill -y
ment became necessar* when the Senator StiTord regulating the office
company fell below the minimum << the sta: exn.-ulner and inspector,
number required by law l.kMitonant after the adoption of several amend
IVIaney will be retained on th.' un- went* The most Jnipo'tani cuans
assigned list until a vacancy occurs, was that eliminating from the sen-
ate bill the provision authorizing the
Ross A. Sweet, a business man of ?>™">°r to suspend any official un-
Knld. has filed a damage suit against ?r. <-•' examination
the I tally Oklahomai. at Oklahoma ot hl "founts or intll protecting
City in the sum of flO.O'H) for an ar- security might be obtained.
tlcle published In that paper detailing
a stabbing affray
Another amendment strikes out the
provision that allowed the Inspectors
to name other deputies in addition
to those specifically mentioned.
The part of section one requiring
payment tor examinations to be tnaae
out of contingent county funds was
The state veterinarian ass .".at.on "rlc.ken out lo sec:: >n three was
held a two da\s' * on in Oklahoma added the provision that no county
officer shall be required to discard
any books In use at the time of tae
passage ot the bill, although the duly
of the inspector i~ to pres r;be a uni-
form system of ■ 'ok keeping for all
Kleven state organisations are to
hold their annual meetings n Sul-
phur the coming summer.
City last week
A census recently taken at Corded
shows that ci;>
of J.0JT. Tb
since last July
made to the s
this place a city of :V
George Vanct ti
term •. ?V
der f Waiter S
county .n |?
pre me court for j
At Knld Goo-.: e
l er of the aw ft
Bucknvr. while s>
atairway of the
hts office Is siiua
bold and fell do*
tanee of 16 ft .
Juries Both ■ -
his skull *.i^ f: >
The K.-..M P
cage- has brvvur t
Christian church t
pay meet for an
thai congreg. - a
an Increase of iW
Vp cation :i county treasurers.
ry f r th
n .n Rogei
The penalty attaching to a refusal
to permit the examiner to Inspect the
books Is added to b* making the con
* t.1 v . -is s-.i'ijivt to both a
fine of $1 o >0 ami > :-onaien; >n tne
county Jail for ^ot more than one
\v-,ir The senate bill merely pre
scribes either of these penalties.
The word- "not to exceed werv In-
serted In the s
a >alary of $1."
and $i>00 for > n
one clerk, to pre
ot a succeeding
el which provides
for two deputies
ude the possibility
- - ature changing
Equal zstior Deard to Meet April ^2
GUTHRIE: Apr ' :: ha> b.-en s<t
as the date on *h c!i the board of
i>quali>a:.on J1 to devr*!a#
the assessment of pub c semes cof>
porations Kepr ' n'.at.ies of th*
corporations may app, ,ir before tks
tKvly to pre-eut any , ,i s t?i, . may
have At the meet g of the ird
the dve la* j eis « • w e appolnt«4
last week to cons . ' < matter
of providing i ta\ t In u Terri-
tory lands, will make their report
Three of 'he attorney, a.v o be chos-
en from the ea* - ie of the stats.
Frank McOlothlm. who s charg*4
With th* murder ti the Kev S; 1\ ef
ter Morris, near Ti is: fal has
he«n adm.tted to . n ie sum *f
14,000 The trial of NWilotltlia win
take [vsoe in Ot : y at ths
next term of d - -t . a canat*
of venue having b>vn ired
Governor HasWe.; u.is ->.ie<J calu
for county seat ec - on Juae J in
Coal. KUis. Adair and Atoka oonnuas.
Oklahoma City has promises «< a
glu-s factory Okla ho i acS .Mi -
#ou-i capitalist* are '.u.Vtttg the pr^
the appropriation without receiving
The morning s. ss n was consumed
with a discuss, n of the military bu>.
which w.i> t pern! r i Numerous
amendments were ottered. One by
ktcCalla was ado;'. It provides an
fcoaorable discharge for any member
of the mil : a no\ i c from the
place of enlistment
The Wh:tehu:>t b —.iropriattiK
$',.•.400 for clcct f . was tin
The committee on so'.ool lands re-
ported favorably the F sher hill pre
•crib.ng rules for ti d.spos.t.on •(
A feature of the morning sesstoa
waa the address of Professor Char.e*
F. Gould of the state university on
the mineral wealth of OklsVma.
The McCn'.la >11 flxint -he domicile
of corporations was recalled from
the governor to fix minor defect*
The senate passed the Ashby res-
olution from the house authsr s.ng
the board of health to v. cense phy-
s.c.ans whos . enifica'es nave been
taken away unfair means. If
sh."-wn that an it;..--lee h«d been
done "JTiis is intended to apply pri
msrlly to the case of a Guthrie phy-
sician whi> e Iv w s re > ked by
the board of 1 illh ■ , -ie >ears ago
and the actio* ., ,r approved by tue
territorial •« ;v. . .' .i t.
The senate adapted the conference
report on the res*>lut a directing the
priattBg of 10 #0 o, es of the Hil-
fnps prohtkitioa hill. a. hou^-h only IS
rotes were cast for the motion when
the roll was called, lacking on* of a
majority. Stafford Curd and Blair,
who had voted .a th* negative, cfcaug
. ed Ihelr votes, giving .t a majority.
State Senator* Give the Editors ■
During the dlicusslon of thi Davis
election bill In the senite Phur - lay,
an amendment ;i passed that will
virtually prohibit candidates fr mi us-
ing newspapers to further their "an-
dldacy and shows the newspiper men
have but few friend* In that l-jdy.
The resolution which whk Introduced
by Senator Thomas is a. follows:
"Every newspaper. Journal muga-
line or other publication, accepting
and printing political advertisements
of or for any candidate or candidates
j for any nomination for political office
-hall publish, together with such po-
! 'illcal advertisement at the top
thereof the name of the person, tlrui,
! :i- oclatlon or corporation ordering
-aid advertisement printed, and the
price charged or to be charged there-
for. provided, that it such article or
political advertisement is prluted
free, then said notice printed there-
with shall SO Stat-- The manager of
any newspaper. Journal, niagailne or
other publlcat on falling to comply
with the provisions of this aectlou
shall bo guilty of a misdemeanor."
Following the adoption of this
amendment Senator Stafford made
an attempt to amend the section
which limits the amount a candidate
is allowed to expend in furthering
his candidacy, so as to exclude tne
amount spent for newspaper advertis-
ing from the list Tne section whicn
he sought to amend llxes the amount
candidates may expend us follows:
For United States senator or gover-
nor, $2,f>00; other state officers. $1,-
500: supretno Judge or corporation
commissioner, $1,000; congresaman.
$300; district Judge, $500; state sen-
ator and flotorlal representative,
$250; other county officers $2U0. The
amendment was lost.
The bill, when placed on final pas-
sage, received 41 votes with none op-
posing. the highest *o!e that any bill
has yet received In the senate.
The Williams bill, providing for a
medical examining board, was also
passed on third reading, making three
important hills disposed of during th*
The Thomas bill, regulating county
seat elections, was under considera-
tion long enough to demonstrate that
there would be fierce and determin-
ed opposition to the plans to bring in
men from oatslde the connty to act
as election Inspectors. Senator Blair
was particularly • sorous in his op-
position. characterizing the plan as
a revival of carpet-bag rule. , s a re-
sult of the fight made on It, the final
disposition of the bill was allowed to
go over until another day.
A long step In advance of any ex-
isting legislation is taken by the Kg-
gorman Redwine-Oavis anti trust bill,
passed by the senate Thursday, when
It attempts to place under control
the stato any private business which
is of a quasi-public nature, or any
firm or corporation which by virtue of
the character of its business enjoys
a virtual monopoly.
It was admitted by the authors of
the bill that the provision was an ex-
periment, and It was characterlted
by Senator Cunningham, of Guthrie,
as a dangerous experiment, but all
of the other senators seemed anxious
ta try It. taking the position that it
would accomplish much good If it suc-
ceeded Senator Russell declared
that a condition now confronted the
people which made experiment* of
th* sort absolutely necessary. He
expressed a conviction that moat ot
the experiments would be failures,
but Insisted that tb-' promising one*
should be tried lie declared It as
his belief thnt If all of thcip failed it
would be necessary to fall back on
In addition -o criminal proceedings
the bill provides for receivership pro-
ceedings aga;n«' any c rporation vio-
lating the provl- mi of the act and
the appointment of masters In chan-
cery to take testimony The penalty
for violation Is a fine of not le-s than
$50 nor more -linn $'.•'• • Immun-
ity Is granted to w tmeses who testi-
fy as lo violation- of the act, as it
required hy the constitution. Strin-
gent ant' discrimination provsions
The Ml' of Rep-s - • nt itive .lones
of Ok'ahoma coun^ autb • -'n* tne
lease to the State Fa1- association of
a quarter section of land near Okla-
homa Citv. wu- tbe p'vo- on which
things spun "round ar 1 round" in
the house Thursday. The eventual
disposition of -be measure was In lis
reference to the legal advisory com-
mittee to determine -s cons- rational-
ity. which was attacked by Speaker
Murray, who >-'> n 1 tb.i- '1 leu - v
tare cannot lea-^ tbe land, as pro-
posed by the bill that power being
git-en solely to the state v>! .ani
The speaker found a turn ni in the
lane, which, accord ng to Mr Putnam,
of Ok'ahoma count* led always to
•be b'ock'ne of legls a ti on affecting
Oklahoma City, when he w! bdrew
the proposed instruc: in* wh'ch he
Insisted should be ucked to th* bill
befora It was recommitted
"1 want to aay h<fe" said the
speaker 'b.*t 1 1- e • <ee before
this session ha* ,i !;oumed, ar appro-
priation for two state fairs with the
matter turned over to t e agricul-
tural board a- 1 1 hope the fair for
the west s de will b < cure! by Okla-
homa Citi That's b-w I foe', about
It." He was *p x-ided
The trouble ar - over the speak-
er's quest onl~t be stltu'ional ty
of the meaaure He recommended
that the rent be Increased from $140
a year to $S p< - > r.iv.ia'.ly; that
the association be given no equity in
the land that It m ght continue the
lease aad that the corporation be re-
quired to mote Its Improvement* at
the expiration of the lease preclud-
ing the necessity of the state* pu^
chase of the same
Mr. Jonea taking :t* opposition a*
Irrefutab* move4 to Indefinitely
postpone th* bill
condensed news from the
The Moil Important Items Gatnereo
From Each Day's Session of
Senate and House.
Washington, D C.—When the agri-
cultural appropriation bill was read
for amendment In the house Thursday-
Mr. Macon of Arkansas endeavored to
have inserted as a new provision hla
bill prohibiting the dealing In future
in agricultural products, but the chair
sustained a point of order against it.
dr S. 'tt of Kansas, in charge of the
expressed his entire sympathy I
:!i the proposition which, however,
:i sted should be acted on lnde- I
Kentucky Feudists Clash.
Wlilte burg, Ky, — Two men were |
ot to death and another seriously I
wounded as the result of a feud bat- t
lie near Hemlock Sunday morning
This is the second active clash that
has occured between the Osborn-
Mltchell factions during tbe past
monHi. As a result ot the ;i0 shots ex-
el inged between the factions, lllrani
Mitchell, dr.. and Wilbourn Osborn are
dead and another member of the Os-
born faction Is seriously wounded.
More Trouble for Anarchist Paper.
Washington, II C.—Postmaster Gen-
eral Mey« r Thursday Issued an order
annulling tile second-class mailing
privileges granted In 1905 to "I.a
Question,' Sociale," an Italian publica-
tion Issued by au alleged anarchist
group at Paterson, X. J. The order
was issued because the publication Is
not a newspaper, within the meaning
of the law, but Is devoted what the
editor terms the science' of extolling
a- issinatlon as a virtue."
Banks Must Pay Charges.
Washington, I). C.—Secralary Cor-
te ou has issued a circular announc- \
ing that the amount appropriated by
ci ngr.-ss for the transportation of sil-
ver coin for the year 1908 having be-
come exhausted, "no more standard
silver dollars will be sent to applicants
free of charge for transportation from
the offices of the treasurer or the
several assistant treasurers of the
Free Passes for Veterans.
Washington, D. C.—Free passes
to honorably discharged veterans of
the civil and Spanish-American wars
may be iss ed by railroads under the
terms of a bill introduced by Senator
Capt. Parker to Philippines.
Washington, 11 C.—Capt. John F.
Parker, retired at Piqua, O., has been
assigned to duty as commandant of
the naval station at Tutuila, Samoa,
to relieve Capt. C. B. Moore, ordered
home on waiting orders.
To Keep Gun Factory Working.
Washington. D. C.—The house Fri-
day passed an urgent deficiency ap-
propriation bill appropriating $2,000,-
i i.i f,,r carrying on the work of the
W ashington naval gun factory.
POPULISTS AT ST. LOUIS.
Candidates for President and Vice Pres-
ident Will Be Chosen.
St. Louis, Mo.—In response to a
call issued on December 2 by Chair-
man James H. Ferris of the Peoples
party national committee, the national
p. pulists convention will be held here
■n April in tl.e O'-mplc theater for
the purpose of nominating candidates
fcr president and vice-president of the
United Stat s. and transacting such
other busin* -s as may come before the
Bank of Comrrerce to Open.
Washington. I). C.—William Bar-
rett Ridge!-, comptroller of the cur-
rency. stated Friday that all of the
conditions imposed by the comptrol-
ler's office for the re-organizatlon of
the Nation. of Commerce of
Kansas City w- re being compiled with.
The n.ce-sar.v certificate was Issued
Frlda> by ti e . miptroller approving
the Increase of tbe capital stock and
authorising the resumption of business
on Monday. March 30
To Exchange Wireless Signals.
Leavenworth. Kan —A detachment
of the signal corps r. w on inty at the
anuy service school wi 1 go to Kansas
City. Kan . March 30, under command
of Lieutenant Hughes, to set up a wire-
less signal station for instruction pur-
pose. The detachment will camp on
the signal station grounds for three
days. Messages will be exchanged be-
tween the new station and the station
on the war college tower at Fort Leav-
Wnole Fam.ly in River.
Pacific. Mo—A wagon in which
Henry Gilhouse, his wife and two in-
fant children were attempting to ford
Meramee river, two miles west of here
Sunday, was overturned by the swolien
stream and the four w -e swept away.
Gilhouse and one child aere drowned.
Mrs. Gilhouse and the other child were
-aved by fishermen.
$16 AN ACRE REALIZED ON
CROP IN WESTERN CANADA.
ANOTHER FARMER REALIZES
$22.50 PER ACRE FROM HIS
WHEAT CROP LAST YEAR.
Charles McCormlck of Kenvllle,
"During the season of 1907, I had
100 acres In crop on the S. W. quarter
of section IS, township 35, range 27
west of the Principal Meridian, Wes-
tern Canada, yielded as follows:
"80 acres at 22 bushels per acre,
which 1 sold for 90 cents per bushel;
and 20 acres oats yielding 60 bushels
per acre I sold for 35 cents per bushel
so that my total crop realized $2,004.-
00. From this I deducted for expenses
of threshing, hired help, etc., $400.00,
leaving me a net profit on this year's
crap ot over $1,600."
Thomas Sawatzky of Herbert, Sas-
"The value of my crop per acre of
wheat Is $22.50. I threshed 1,750
bushels of wheat from 70 acres, and
was offered 90 cenLs a bushel for it.
Oats, 15 acres, 500 bushels; and
barley, 5 acres, 80 bushels. I
do not know If I have been doing
the best In this district, but I know
If all the farmers were doing as well,
Western Canada would have no kick
coming as far as grain growing is
concerned; and I further say that if
you want to put this In one of your ad-
vertisements, this is true and I can
put my namo to It."
A Mind Reader.
Pat had got hurt—not much more
than a scratch, it is true, but his em-
ployer had vision^ of being compelled
to keep him for life, and had adopted
the wise course of sending him at once
to the hospital. After the house sur-
geon had examined him carefully, he
said to the nurse:
As subcutaneous abrasion is not ob-
servable, 1 do not think there is any
reason to apprehend tegumental cica-
trization of the wound."
Then, turning to the patient, he
"What do you think, Pat?"
' Sure, sir." said Pat, "you're a won-
derful thought-reader, doctor. You
took the very words out of my
mouth. Tliat'r just what I was going
How Her Life Was Saved When Bit-
ten By a Large Snake.
How few ]>eople there are who are
not afraid of snakes. Xot long ago a
harmloss little garter snake fell on
the wheel of an automobile which was
being driven by a woman. The woman
promptly fainted and the car, left to
Its own resources, .-an into a stone
wall and caused a serious accident.
The bite of a poisonous snake needs
prompt attention. Mrs. K. M. Fishel,
Rout* Xo. 1, Box 40, Dillsburg, Pa.,
tells how she saved her life when bit-
ten by a large snake.
"On August 29, 1906, I was bitten
on the hand twice by a large copper-
head snake. Being a distance from
any medical aid. as a last resort I
used Sloan's Liniment, and to iny as-
tonishment found it killed all pain and
was the means of saving my life. I
am the mother of four children and
am never without your Liniment."
Printer—Where shall I put the an-
nouncement of Alderman Dodger s re-
Editor — Under "Public Improve
Pi?afness Cannot Be Cured
Fri*cs Editor Acquitted.
San Franciscv California. The jury
in the trial of K A Crothers aad
Fremont Older, proprietor and manag-
ing editor. re*pectively of the San
Fran Cisco Bulletin charged with crim-
! nai'y libeling im S Tev.s.
■ wrought in a verdict Friday night of
- not guilty.
Senator Penrose Improve*.
Philadelphia Pa —The condition of
Unittxl States Senator Penrose, who is
; .11 at hi* home here, continues favor-
j able and his recovery is now hoped for.
It is becoming more and more evl
dent that women mean to have and
will sooner or later, gain the suf-
frage. which all thoughtful persons
ot both sexes are coming to see is
only a reasonable claim, but one could
wish that men would accede to tt in
a m re generous spirit, and that worn
en would plead for It in womanly fash-
ion. and without treating man as If
he were the sole possessor of all the
Has to Be Cited.
"Possibly there is something on
Earth that is a surer and quicker cure
for cuts, burns, aches, pains and
bruises than Hunt's Lightning Oil. If
*o. I would like to be cited. For twent*
year* 1 have been unable to find any-
thing better myself." H H Ward.
An easy-going man Is apt to make
It hard goii.g for hi* wife.
If yon v> oeaatiful. clemr, white clothes
ast Ked Cr*w Rill Blue. Utv J ox.
The harder a man works the harder
It is to work him.
Mr*. naftow • fexathlog
•fj* * i.\ gvfv.* IV
• ptifc. ctm WUI«1 00iX XH txHli*.
Of course you never to*k ail vantage
of any can.
Restored to Health by Lyrtia E.
1'iiik ham's Vegetable Compound.
Rmad Who? They Jay.
Miss Lillian Roes. r>30
East 84th Streot, N ?w
York, writes: "Lydia
K. Pink barn's Vegeta-
ble Compound over-
1«.line irretfu larities, pe-
[riotlio 8uC<-rin£, mid
after everything else
had faile<l to help me,
and I feel it a duty to
let others know of it."
Lafayette St., Denver,
I to Lydia E. Pink ham's
I Vegetable Com pound I
for months from ner-
Miss Marie StolU-
man, of Laurel, la.,
writes: "I wasInarun-
indigestion, and poor
circulation. Lydia E.
Compound made me
well and Ftrong."
Miss Ellen M. Olson,
of 417 N. East St., Ke-
wanee, 111.,says: "Ly-
dia E. I'inkhaui'sV ege-
tablo Compound cured
me of backache, side
ache, and established
my periods, after the
be*t l'wal doctors had
failed to help me."
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For thirty years Lydia E. Pink-
ham's Vegetable Compound, made
from roots and herbs, has been the
standard remedy for female ills,
and has posit i vely cured thousands oi
women who have 1 >e«n troubled with
displacements, inflammation, ulcera-
tion, iibroid tumors, irregularities,
periodic pains, backache, that bear-
ing-down feeling, flatulency, indiges-
Why don't you try it ?
Mrs. Pinklinnt invites all sick
women to write lier for advice.
She lias guided thousands to
health. Address, Lynn, Mass.
Huh! Your mother takes in wash-
"You didn't suppose she'd leave It
hanging out forever did you?"
The Entire Family.
Grand Pop used it for Rheumatism.
Dad for Cuts, Sprains and Bruises.
Ma ray for Burns. Sealds and Aehes.
Sis for Catarrh and Chillblaines.. I use
it for everything, and it never disap-
points any of us. It surely yanks any
old pain out by the roots.
Hunt's Lightning Oil is what I am
telling you about.
"The Indian appropriation bill puts
an end to the relations of the five
tribes. I notice," remarked Reeder,
looking up from his paper.
"Humph!" growled Grump, whose
wife's cousin is making a protract-
ed visit at his home. "I wish we
were Indians."—Kansas City Times.
For upwnrds of fifteen years Hunt's
Cure has been sold under a strict guar-
antee to cure any form of Itching skin
troubles known. Xo matter the namo
—less than one per cent, of the pur-
chasers have requested their money
back. Why? It simply does the work.
"That man is a great friend of
yours." said the campaign assistant.
"Which kind of a friend?" mivriod
Senator Sorghum, "one who wants to
do something for me or one who wants
me to do something for him?"—Wash-
Pettit's Eye Salve First Sold in 1807
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uiii;—- or lk .ml lliv.« , liuli.uj, N. \.
How some women do enjoy tBKtng
a whack at some other woman s rep-
\KK Mil It 11 IITHK1 KADKIir
1 Hi i CtwK K, Kim- and nuke tli«-m
white Again, l^rge * pjeka^v. 5 com*
The hardest work some men do Is
Inventing i xcuses to keep from going
1 here i- ruvd :<-r Gnrtield Tea when the
skin is s.iUnw. the tongue >\utoJ. aud
when headui Ik* .ire frequent.
Action to have Its right value, must
be action with a purpose.—Gill.
1 ew * > ugle Hinder straight ,v eicir is
p si qu.ilit\ .ill the tun \ our de.i.er or
Lewis' Factory, Peoria, 111
It Isn't easy to fool the man who
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Barrow, A. E. The Crowder City Guardian (Crowder, Oklahoma), Vol. 3, No. 17, Ed. 1 Friday, April 3, 1908, newspaper, April 3, 1908; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc274232/m1/2/: accessed October 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.