The Oklahoma Leader (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 24, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 30, 1918 Page: 7 of 8
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TTTF LEADER, GUTHRIE, OKLA\, TTtTTRSPAY, MAY 30, 1918. "
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FOR LIFE AND HER VICTIM
oCHOOL TEACHER ON TRIAL
(ririt published in Okla^ma Weekly L'4th day of May. A I>. 1918. Emma
leader, April 25. 1918.) Mason Black filed in the Count*
( NOTICE—SHERIFF'S SALE. Court of the County of Logan and
Whereas, It appears from an Order State rf Oklahoma, a petition prayUm
Of Sale issued out of the District tor Letters of \dministration to V
Court of the County of Logan, an I issued to J K I'aymal upon th«-estate
State of Oklahoma, bearing date the of John Mason deceased 1 at.• of tt.e
17th day of April. A. I). 1918, to mo County of Liman ami Stat of Okln |
directed and now in my hands, that, noma
.on the 15th day of April, A. D, 1918, And pur uant t- an order of said
tin an action then pending in sail Ccunty Court Saturday, the sth day
'Court, wherein the State of Oklahoma of June. \ j).. ir iv ;i? the hour if
was plaintiff and Winnie Lane altas in o'clock A M of said day, that b-
Winnie Lay was defendant, a judg- ing a day of the regular April Term,
inent was rendered in said Court in a !>., 1918. of said County Court, h is
said action in favor of said palintiff been appointed as the time for hear
and against said defendant, Winnie ing said application, when and wh re
Lane alias Winnie Lay. for the sum any person interested may conte
of Two Hundred Twenty-nine ani said petition by filing written opp<.
47-100 Dollars, ($229 47), debt, bear- sitinn thereto on the ground of it.
ing interest at the rate of six per competency of the applicant, or may
cent per annum from the date thereof assert his own rights to the adminis-
and costs of suit, taxed at P fty-four tration and pray that Letters be issu-
and 10-100 Dollars, ($54.10) and ed to himself.
which sums were declared and ad- Witness John Chappelle, Judye
judged by said Court to be a first lien of the County Court of the County of
on the real estato therein, and herein- Logan, and the Kt'al of the Court af-
ftfter described. fixed, the 24th day of May, A. D. 1918.
And Whereas. It further appears (SEAL.)
that it was further ordered by said JOHN' D CI-IAPPELLE,
Court in said action that an Order of j County Judge
Sale issue out of said Court directed ■
to the Sheriff of said County of Lo- (First published in Oklahoma Weekly
gan commanding him to advertise and Leader. May :I0, 1918.)
eell said real estate, with appraise-1 NOTICE.
ment ,or so much thereof as may be State of Oklahoma, County of Logar,
necessary to satisfy said judgment, ss.
interests and costs, and costs of saU\ j LN THE COUNTY COURT
and all the right, title, interest, and In the mattei or tlie estate of W J
equity of redemption of said defend- Dunlap, deceased
am in and to said property or any: Notice is hereby given, that J. M
part thereof, as in case of sales of Carrion, the duly appointed anil
real estate on execution with ap- qualified administrator of the estate
praisement, subject to confirmation of W. I Dunlap, deceased;
by the Court. j Bessie Branson, the duly appointed trial for her life, shot to death Mrs Roberts
And Whereas. 1 am commanded m and qualified executrix of the estate Newman Roberts, wife of Dr Davil,Mrs Roberts refusal •
said Order of Sale now in my hands, of Arthur .! Branson; j " " '' .drive, Knmh~~'ra r t e~Tw7iTmy~a~^~ss
to advertise and sell said premises J. W Martin, the duly appointed p.-y 0flRIIRllICQIflKl fllCrPTC rr mot w,th the committee, to figure
pursuant to the order and judgment and qualified executor of the estate .Ml , MNIllh MINI |Hjfll| J • on valuations
1 • "
Ml - S GKA.CE LUSK,
BRUCE REPORTS SUCCESS
Ft MEETING IT MUSKOGEE
G W Brttce, Grand Se« retar> >
Odd Fellows, returned from H
his morning where he had beea 1
ittendam o upon the annual s ■■ -!- ns
a! the Grand Km ampment ami D
mrtment Council Patr vr< h M illta t
>f the Odd Fellows order
He reports a very successful and
onthusiist •• s<ssion of both
Henry \ Herwig, K L Ha>es mil
\V .1 Barnhart were also in attendance
from this city.
lloth of the organizations will me-'t
ii Guthrie nc'\• May which >\:!i m
four of th• last s> \ ti s-
in this city.
Henry A Herwig was re
bis old position of grand scribe a !
as also elected grand representativ
to the Sovereign Grand Lodge 1 r th<
two year term and in that capacity
ill attend the St Louis session next
September and the one hundredth
jubilee anniversary c< lobrat on an i
ion which will be held in Balti
more, Maryland, in September, 1911*.
1.1(1 I \ • •"I MM I'SI'I \
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•Okl ihoma Metho
iid Acting Cliane
ft lift if y
i' i iu
bll( K1 •
is sottl d, the
down to real
will begin to
work in-, f
Miss Grace Lusk, Normal school Roberts. She In love with th
teacher at Waukesha, Wis, now on, doctor, and she demanded that Mrs
divorce her husband.
of David K Arnold;
of said Court, as aforesaid.
Now, Therefore, Public notice 's have rendered and presented for s 't
hereby given, that on the 27th day of tlement, and filed in said Court thtir
May, A. D, 1918, at the hour of 8 final accounts and report of their a*'- I
o'clock A. M., of said day, at the ministrations as such administrators i Proposed increase in ga other committees will be
North front door of the Court House, and that Saturday, the 15th day of j caus «l a sp°e.al meeting of tin (it> j)Cinted.
In said County of Logan. 1 shall offi-r June, A. I). 1918, being day of a i cfmmlsilon Wednesday evening. Tic, ]t (g bejiaved th" government want
for sale and sell at public auction '.o Regular Term of said Court, to-wit' roqueht foi <i t .n oiai> iat ■ n . tjJ0 Wftr st a nip campaign to take the
the highest and best bidder, for cash, of the April term, A. D.. 1918, at 10 M* cents for a t ousan i t was i J place of the fourth Liberty bond 1
the real estato mentioned in said o'clock in the forenoon of said day. at
Order of Sale, and described as fol- the County Court Room in the City of
.Guthrie, in said County of Logan, has
j Chairman Seelv. through sugges
tions proffered will appoint first an
executive committee to arrange the
! campaign in its entirety Then about
rates! ... .. ... ... .
| Tlv city authorities of all other j
municipalities in Oklahoma which use
lows, to-wit: |Guthrie, in .aid County of Logan, ha* (ap ,,lpp ,inrJ
The West One-half <\V 1-21 of the been duly appointed by the said Court I ,8Q hpl|, meetlngg at the same time,|
South One-half (S 1-2) of the East tor the settlement of said account, M art nir a( (be request of the state cor '
One-half (E 1-2) of the Southeast which timo and place any person in
Quarter (SE 1-4) of Section Thirty1 terested in said estate may appeal
(30), Township Fifteen (15) North, and file his exceptions in writing to
Jtange One (1) East of the Indian the acount and contest the same.
Meridian, in Logan County, Oklaho-1 In Testimony Whereof I have here-
ma; also, an undivided one-third unto set my hand and affixed the seal
(1-3) interest in and to the West One- of said Court this 29th day of May
•half (W 1-2) of the Southeast Quar- 1918.
JOHN D. CHAPPELLE,
ter (SE 1-4) of Section Thirty (30),
Township Fifteen (15) North, Range
One (1) East of the Indian Merididn,
in Logan County. Oklahoma, all sub-
ject to a life estate owned by Alice
Partee nee Moman, in said County of
Logan, or so much thereof as may be
necessary to satisfy said judgment,
and costs, and costs of sale, and all
the right, title, interest, and equity of
redemption of said defendant in and
to said premises, or any part thereof,
as in case of sales of real estate on
execution, with appraisement subject
to confirmation by said Court.
Witness my hand this 24th day of
W. E. B. SHERWOOD
By GRANT REDMAN, Under Sheriff.
(First published In Oklahoma Weekly
Leader, April 25, 1918.)
Notice is hereby given that I,
Joseph Erbs, Jr., convicted in the
District Court of Logan County, Ok-
lahoma, Jau. 2, 1918, for the crime of
highway robbery and sentenced to a
term of 2 1-2 years in the state peni-
tentiary, will, thirty days after the
first publication of this notice, here-
of. apply to the governor of Oklahoma
JOSEPH ERBS. JR
(First published in Oklahoma Weekly
Leader. May 1(5, 1918.)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the matter of the estate of Mrs.
S. E. Ewing, late of the City of Guth-
rie. County of Logan, State of Okla-
All persons having claims against
said Mrs. S. E. Ewing. deceased, are
required to present the same, with the
necessary vouchers to the undersign-
ed, duly appointed and qualified ad-
ministrator of the estate of said de-
ceased, at Guthrie, Okla., in the
County of Logan and State of Okla-
homa, within four months of the date
hereof, or the same will be forever
, Dated the 13th ^ay of May, 1918.
J*. H. BILLINGS,
(First published in Oklahoma Weekly
Leader. May 30, 1918.) ,
State of Oklahoma, County of Logan,
' COUNTY COURT.
^ Notice is hereby given that on tha
CHAIN LETTERS DISAPPROVED
BY TREASURY DEPARTMENT
The treasury department authorizes
Chain letters, which in the past
have been used to get funds for many
worthy purposes and for some un-
worthy ones, have been started &y
some enthusiastic workers for. the
sale of war savings stamps. i
The treasury depahtment has offi-
cially disapproved their uso, and the
national war savings committee wish-
es the publ'c to understand that these
letters were not instigated by the na-
Many Guthrfe people have received
cnain letters enclosing a thrift stamp
and a card. This is the practice re-
ferred to above that the department
CHICHESTER S PILLS
W ™ •: 1M VMON bllUANIi. jT
■ f-'ir*? Aftk y«nr ItriiffgUt f r /\
\ -r... l with Bl-ie Kill-on. V/
lukc no other II.. V of , „,ir V
yc n> known *> , • ,t,Mfc t.Alwtys Kcli.il lo
SOtD BV DRt'GiiMS rVERVPLRF
MWY (avi: SKCONI)
timi: to kei> ntoss
Reports from the teams working in
city and county, while slow in mak-
ing final report^ whow much en-
thusiasm. Heavy rains in the coun-
try districts shut off the work earl/
hut it will be resumed tomorrow. 1 ti
many instances persons who con-
tributed during the first day's drive
have again subscribed. One ma.i
eaid: "I subscribed the first time for
myself, this time I am putting up for
my neighbor, who while better able
financially to help, is what the news
paper terms a 'bum patriot.."
Do it tonight—do it again tomorrow.
The Red Cross needs all the money
it can get. The boys "over there"
will applaud when the folks at hom-j
1 oration commission which has un-j
drr consideration the formal demand 1
of the Oklahoma Gas company asking |
for an increase of 2<)c— at least, tem- j
The corporation commission is not J
disposed to take action until it has
heard from all municipal gas user- !
T nd°r the proposed increase, manu-1
fi cturers must pay cents per tlyni- j
sand and residences and private con-
For Infants and Chi] iren
(rt Use ForOver 3 J Years
I I \ O'CLOCK IH iiS
e rr oi u:n r\i i<:its
Says Matt Duhr: "Th)0 ten o'clock
ers were the queerest bunch of ro
! pious fanatics that ever disturbed
sump's nr. rents jior thousand, th«: peace amongst the Eurhee Indians
the usual monthly discount. 0„ Deep Fork. The sect consisted of
At the meeting h«r« yesterday, I f.ercely bewhi-kered old codger
( tok, of the Pioneer Mills, and Boa
Ct 'il to
I e busy,
and the univ«t
fall seine ter
\ t■ ry large attendant •■. d«
war, Ciiithr.' uul Ii-t i>«
done well b> O M U and I
:i i>' n i
vh as" uted excess pro-
l'-r th" av-t growing out of the
er the law went into effect of
1 ! ••«'n pur<-h:is« d rre-
• ! v jiHt how the term
it mln ' • nnd lumber
' • ! rior !o the law's
ont. hut (h I of afterward.
! * f i ■ iin.' with these
\ re ,i number of others involv-
1 • in >me as ap-
0 th- iii' e t,ix law of 1913,
• not d id. d by tho
R v bureau >fficlals
t -u ports the
i'- tnxp.,vers in
ir\ - for ineome and
profits tat return; to take cost
rlo't \ tiue of goods and secur-
vhifhever is lowr or else cost
It Attorn 'v <;en« ral Gregory
1 th-' decision differently,
i r ill r* 1 inn filed under this
n will hav" t" In- returned to
■ r • for revision.
NON-PHODUCERS MOST STITE WILL REED
IRK OR LEAVE CITY SIX THWSMD MEN
LEASANT \ VI.I.IA
( ItO^s |\ | |\| I
rile council of defense of Pleasant
Valley elected new officers for tho
next three months at its recent meet
Ing. President. Henry Schoihlng;
cretary. Carl Stewart.
Aft'-r the business meeting a fin-'
program was enjoyed by a large at-
tendance: Reading, by Mrs Henty
Herwig; song. "So Long Mother." bv
Freida Nau; reading. "The Lit41
Round Dollar." by Dortha Wi- u-*
song, "Somewhere in France is
Daddy," by Evelyn Hagan; Mrs Hal
Wieks gave three character song-,
dressed in costume to represent In .
songs. The first was "Columbia of
lfUS"; the second was "Top of th°
Morning. Bridget McCue," the third
was "Dago Dick," and sung in Ital-
ian. The Red Cross drill by Evelyn
Hagan, Flora Nau. Margaret Gerhard.
Ruby Kills; Mrs Geo Hagan read I ho
Rod Cross drill, composed by Mrs II i!
Wicks and Mrs Ray Wicks.
"The police department will help j
the exemption board in every wav '
possible." said Chief Mitchell Sunday.'
when the matter of drafting the non-
producers was up for conver- ition
"Pool hall loafers and men without
work must get their working clothes
tin i"!' We are not going to allow sucii
men to lay around here when the best
men in the country are working in the
nrmy." said Ned Holman, member of
the County Council of Defense. "Wo
i xpect the city and county officers to
help i lean up thi con■ munit> of tin'
non producing class The farms %re
suffering and crops will be b t if
labor is not forthcoming.
"My department is ready to 'V-*'
action whenever the Council of De-
fense and the exemption board giv 1,5
the signal." said Sheriff Sherwood.
I The action is being taken In view
111, United States Employment
S.-i vice in Oklahoma h seriously con-
cern-Ml for Oklahoma's wheat crop,
,n cording to a statement issued by
\ i t int Labor Commissioner C E
< uinillv. who is also state director
for the government employment ser-
Aceording to Mr Connally the state
v ill in 1 this season for its harvest
season, about six thousand men. and
t. innot be sir plied from tho
si. i" itself He has recently returned
from a tour of the principal wheat
growing sections of the state and cs-
i ,mites that harvest will begin in the
w | eat belt about June r.th to the 20th,
depending on locations and weather
i t onditions.
Mr Connally urges outside as sist-
;i , e in tile harvesting of Oklahoma's
I (top and a<ks that those looking for
| employment communicate with him
fi r information.
of the orders that have been issued
by Provost Marshal General Crowder J
that all persons who are not. engaged imvrii w < \mi m \Y
in s.uno II . fill ami a.'• .1IOVK; NO WATER
within till' drui'l :iim- will either liavo j
to no to work or I"1 imuieiiiatciy in- ^ w;iter supply at Camp
('.acted into the military service. I)-iii which it furnished from
The action of I i.e. «.r: icii.ls in clcn |/i(n La-ton-ka in conserved, tho
Twonty-flve applicants, two ot out tho loafing elemeni will begin training of troop* at that .place will
whom aro women, will take examina- *>«' week and wlu ''"'"i"1"' ""1 b( impended, according to a letter
tions before tho State Bar commla- "very habitual loafer rocs to work or s,„t to Gov It L Williams by Brig
i ion, which will begin June IS. Th * 1
However, there will be no action >n
TWO WOMEN SEEK LICENSE
AS LAWYERS FOR OKLAHOMA
timo expired May 18 in which appli |
cations for tho examination could he the part „r the police relative to those
I who are not regarded as engaged .n
useful occupations until further In
I struct Ions are received from the war
| , department. Tho men who aro with-
l im n V I OTMI.VI ONLY
in i m \i>s to sin
Kammler. his four daughters and his
fl'iartet of sleepy looking son-in-laws.
They held their religious services
from 10 to I t o'clock every day. They
whooped, rattled tin <pnns, and blew
ccwhorn trumpets. Their uproar
scared all tho Indians and made all
, the dogs of the vicinity to bark fur-
arc lights. Boasen sa>s a | iously during the hour-long disturb-
ance. They left for the Buchee's good
equal to one ton of coal at $4.20 Cttjr for Ki.„m,hlu hil|, ;,,ul a„ ,lv,,
Attorney Smith does not twig to the
figures. The commission took no for-
mal action on 4.he gas matter. Man - j
agor lioasen said the proposed gas :
advancn would increaso his company's
expenses Hi per cent.
. n of the Public Service company
opposed the increase. Boasen claims
ti e Public Service company cannot
increase light rates without a hard
fight, and that an increase to them
of gas charges will he confiscatory.
Mayor Hartman recommended cutting
thousand feet of gas at ten cents is
out work will then be hunted down.
Ten pounds of flour until the first
of September. Not monthly. That's
tho new order. So housewives must
govern themselves accordingly. This
will cause consternation in some
households. Heretofore it was per-
missible to secure I2" pounds of flo ir
with that many pounds of substitute,
j were often disgusted, rejoiced when
i the Ten o'C'lockers departed."
PLANS FOR MONSTER
C A 3 T O R \ A
Chairman Seely, of the county war
slamp committee, held a special meet-
ing of business men at the "war hank"
Wednesday afternoon to go over new j
plans devised by the war department
in this county. The new plan just
issued from Washington applies to the
Flatering reports continue to be re-
ceived by the local Ked Cross execu-
tive committee covering the drive in
Logan county. Almost all townships
have over subscribed tho quota by
from $ti,000 to $8,000.
"It. has Tioen very hard to get de-
hips," said a member of the execj-
A TEXAS WONDER.
The Texas Womlor euros kidney and
!• ladder troubles, dissolves gravel, euros
diabetes, we;ik and lame ba. k, rheumatism
nn.l irregularities of the kidneys nnd bind
der iu both men nnd women. Itogulntes
bladder troubles in • hildren If not sold
by your drnprgist. will be sent by mail on
receipt of One small bottle is two
months' treatment, nnd seldom fails to
perfe.t a <ure Send for sworn testi
Hernials. In. K W. Hall. JU-'U Olive St..
Si Louis, Mo Sold bj drnpfflats
M — Advertisement,
tutting over the war savings fund 4 . . . , '
. . tailed reports from some of the town-
nw cniintv Tho now rtlan inst
live committee. "This is duo to tii >
union. Instead of racing four bil- 1,3,1 roada il,ul ,ienvy rains' w""
linn dollars from the sale of war and 1,av0 prevenle'1 fommlttoe ".orkcrs ...
thrift stamps in one yoar's lini", the «et out a,1(1 'olio, t thf pledge*. Wh in
poverninent has decided to do the 'as^ word is said the country (lis-
job in thirty days and copious plans tricts will show up fine,
for organization have been sent over| ^e(l Holman said: "St Louis gets
the country from Washington. The entirely too impatient. UJs iidpossi
rew stamp campaign is to begin May hie to total up complete finals in a
2S and close June 28. Mr Seely met few hours. Our city and county or-
w it hi the state war stamp committee ganization on the Red Cross drive
recently nnd went over the tplans was one of the best organized ma-
The county is to be organized by chines in the state. Everybody work
All the boys who have reached the
ego of twenty-oii" since June l'.HT,
t ust register on June r.th of this vear
with lheir local board. re to
register is punishable ly .imprison-
ment in the penitentiary.
The registration booth will be open
from seven o'clock in tho morning
until 0 pm. and members of the local
exemption board as well as citizens
who volunteer to assist will be on
hand to aid registrants in filling out
Thfse new registrants will not be
classified at this time. Later they
will receive questionnaires and the
beard will classify them as other men
l.ave been classified. When the new
registrants have been classified those
in class one. will he placed at the bot-
tom of the list and will not be called,
as a rule, until the men now in class
me have been called to service.
The chairman of the local exemp-
tion board has been appointed chief
IHvWS Si I ITM III W \
LOSS l\ TOHWim
The WOO-acre ranch belonging to
Viss Marie Dean. John Dean and 1* J
I ean. located fifteen miles south of
Iiayes City, Kan, was devastated by
the tornado which hit tlv t. section of
Kansas, Tuesday. 'On the ranch was
a fine three-stoiy dwelling house and
many barns. These were completely
demolished by the storm. An auto,
belonging to P J Dean, which was
standing in a garage, was blown away
and has not yet been found Four
hvndred head of blooded cattle have
corn, letelv disappeared. vigilant
oarch for many miles failing to dis-
close a trace of thjem. Only by quick
action on the part of P .1 Dean were
the lives of nine persons on the ranch
saved. The loss to the Deans in pro-
piety is very heavy.
ui H A Miller, in command of the
General Miller's letter follows:
"The training of troops at Camp
Doniphan will from necessity, have
i be discontinued unless the lake
wafer supply can he conserved for
their use it is requested that a pump
he installed immediately for furnish-
it g the slate, fi h hatchery at Medi-
c no park with water from Medicine
The city of Lawton also gets its
water supply from the lake. State
o'.ficlals said th°y understood that the
recent rains had supplied the lake
with a large surplus of water. The
general's communication is to be giv-
« immediate attention by the 3tate
C A ST OR I A
TEN THOUSAND DELINQUENT
Oklahoma City, May 23—List of
corporations in tho state subject to
corporation license tax, now delin-
quent, has been prepared by the cor-
poration commission There ara
about ten thousand of them, among
which is noted the Saloon Keepers'
Protective Association. All delin-
quent corporations are given notice
that by paying all license taxes in ar-
Washington. May 23—In an opinion j
growing out of the collection of taxes j
under the corporation excess s>ct of
lfMW, accrued since that act became!
effective are taxable under its pro-
visions. Just how the taxable part
b to be separated from that previ- j
ously received "is a matter of some j
nicety" Justice Pitney conceded in,
rendering the decision.
The opinion was delivered in eon-
NEGRO BOY WHO ASSAULTED
WHITE GIRL IS HANGED
Beaumont, Texas, May 18—Kirby
Coolsbee. nineteen years old, a negro
hoy, was lynched last night by a mob
near Woodville. The negro was
chargcd with having criminally as-
saulted a white girl near Woodville,
according to advices received here.
osu.i: ( in m y i ii i n
XOW I OK (.liOI OUSTS
townships and districts and th
amounts to be raised, or stamps to b
bought, will be computed on the pop-
ulation and valuation of each town
ship. Supervisors are to appoint com-
r ittees and EVERYBODY MUST
BUY WAR STAMPS.
The quota for Logan county is
000. That is a big stamp order, bu<
the government says Logan county
must pledge itself to buy that amount
of stamps in one month. Tho esti-
mate is about $20 worth of atamps to
each person in the county in the new
d with will and vigor. Thus the city
luota was put over the first day. Some
•ommittees were a trifle slow in get-
ing in returns and we were bothered
n straightening out returns. We d'd
not want to make official reports to
St Louis before we knew where we
were at. T feel highly pleased with
'he results obtained in Logan county
and so does everybody else connected
with the drive. Mr Holman tendered
space in the bank and the services of
his banking force during the drive.
Says Matt Duhr: "Osage county,
Oklahoma, is a rich field for grad-
uated and amateur geologists. The
< Hist of the Osage earth Is a grand
depository of different kind-: of min-
erals and petrifications. Several
strange minerals have been found by
v.ater-well and oil well drillers. Most
of the rocky Osage hills are covered
with peculiar shells and fossils. It
would richly pay geologists to visit, j
examine and describe the queer for-
mations on Mount Palmer and tho
scenic Lover's Leap, close to the park-
like Pawhuska cemetery."
It means a miaerable condition of 31 health that leads to &U sorts of special
ailments such as headache, backache, dyspepsia, dizziness, indigestion, of
▼arious kinds, piles and numerous other disorders—CONSTIPATION is a crime
against nature, and no human being can be well for any length of time while
constipated. DR* TUTTS LIVER PILKS is the remedy and has been used
successfully all over this count™ far 72 years. Get a box and see how it feels
to hare your liver and bowels resume their health-giving natural functions.
Far sale at all druggists and dealers everywhere.
' Dr. Tutt's Liver Pills
BUY "WAR STAJirS" AND SAVE
$ w. M. BRONSON, Pr« . L D BPONSON, «ec. and T- •
H The Oklahoma Mortgage Tru t Company, (Ine.J, Oirthrir •
K FARM I.OANS: Lowest Rate . Interest and principal P M at #«r ■
SS office. Phone S06. Black Building *
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Oklahoma Leader (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 24, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 30, 1918, newspaper, May 30, 1918; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc280070/m1/7/: accessed August 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.