Guthrie Daily News. (Guthrie, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 1502, Ed. 1 Monday, June 4, 1894 Page: 2 of 4
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GUTHRIE NEWS: GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA TEKKITOKY, JUNK 4 1894.
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FOUNDED APUIl* 1889.
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mrilNCKII'TION RAT KM.
Ou« mouth (city). * w'
One month by mail
«4i\ih month* ..
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TEEKITORIAI. CENTRAL J'oMMITTEF.
( '. W. Gould, nh'n. I"l;n It. CUrk, Kfi''y.
JiMrph Wi-t.v, ' . A. OalbraiMi.
I |. 11,-nt I . J. .loliDnon,
l! It.' V. Jenuiug . T,?J &%« ,•.
i . .1. Wri«ht m n. Wru jt Christum.
Join. It. (Wk. I,on Whorton,
H. I'. Hrook*. M- Morruon.
K.J. Hay. J. W. Turner.
It. V. Cummin.. K. L. Dixon.
I.. (I. Pitman. John Moore.
J. A. Sampael*
COUNTY CENTRAL COMMITTRF.
.1. A. Samprtel. Ch'n. Ed AUop,
I 'rauk EUih. H. W. Hiokum.
It. I.. Hancock. M. Johnson.
Win. Brown. h. G. Dodd,
•lamex Kobinaon. Joa.oph Oooch.
K. II. Nneeiit. Phil Leramon.
H. T. Butner, A. L.Oockrnm.
\ I.. Hunt. (leorge K. Clayton.
II \\. ItatIllume. Win. Kicker.
T. It. Mi'Mnrry. Wm. Draper.
.1. M. Ti irranee. B. F.Kyle.
<i. oriri- Toihl. W. H.Olll.
COUNTY KXEHUTIVF. COMMITTEE.
J. A. Sampsel, Ch'n. It. N. Reave*. Secretary
John Simmons. H. T. Butner,
1 'Itil l.emmnn, ''0,hl.
Tl e .Ho nth Wester ti ltu inru ( uihg*1.
P.. H, hYit'di. provident of the >tmth
wwlfru Bunlne** Collcgf « f (hi* phtre
mid Wiehitn. Kiih,, in In tlie city to ur-
rnnp' for inure spurious «|iiuilei* for the
fall opening, whieh will otu'ur on the Urd
of next September. The quarter* will he
fittcMl up in regular counting house *t> le.
Bunk.'*, wholesale houses, eominlHsioii (i|neA«cM of the throat and lunps they
house* unci other brunches of practical hhvr ever tried." (tin * *peeific for ermip
business will liecoinlucte I according to aiul whooping eougli. 1 will relieve a
the latest method*. The students of the 1 oongh in one minute. Contain** no
tJutlirie Southwestern Business Collep* opiates. Hold by Wallace & Mull^r,
will do business through the regular I
S. mail with the students of the South- the Christian Endeavor Meeting
western at Wichita as]well as with other I * Guthrie June 1 to a, the Santa Fe
business colleges of the east which l>e)oug Uuute will sell excursion tickets from
« listen. JtUiwrl.
iir. A. L. Armstrong, an old drugkiit
and a prominent citizen ot thii enter-
prising town, says: **! sell som* forty
different kinds of cough medicines, but
have never in my ••xpericnce sold so
much of any one article as I have of Bal-
lard s Horehound Syrup. All who use it
say it is tin* most perfect remedy for
cough, cold, consumption and all
nil points in Oklahoma to tiuthrie at
rate of one and one-third fare for the
round trip. Ticket* 011 sale May .'Ust to
June 3d, limited for return to June 4th.
This takes in points between Arkansas
City and Purcell and points south of
Kiowa, and from Knglewood.
I*. R Delaxky,
1894 JUNE. 1894
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The Public Lands.
to the "Business Practical Association of
America A business education inch as
i* imparted at one of these llrst class
business colleges i* of inestimable value
to a young man or woman, und.all those
who are the most successful iu business
trace tin- source to the thorough and sys-
tematic training received at one.of these
worthy institutions. On Monday, June
4th, a summer school will open. Special
ol.is*.-* In penmanship, book-keoplug, | #h|e> R00ui 85 Beadles Block. 10-1
arithuietic.grumiiiar, spelling, short hand
and typewriting will be organized at the A|jk Vo||r
"Southwestern" over the Capitol Nat-! . . . . .
, „ , , ... . I who have taken
lonal Bank. The terms will be very
reasonable and the school will remain in
session continuously without interrupt-
ion. Oneofthc most important featuresjof
the school is the individual instruction |
which is given to every student, thus
making it convenient for persons to en-
ter at any time, and enabling each to
progress as rapidly as contestant with
thoroughness, no one being ret arded by
others less apt. Another most import-
ant feature is its association with the
Nat ional Accountant and Stenoprapher's
Bureau, through which positions for
graduates are procured. Through the
medium of this bureau every worthy
graduate is placed in a lucrative position
This is a point worthy of great, consider-
ation by onr young people. ('?8-8t
Or. Hughes, dentist, charges reason-
who have taken Hood's Sursapurilla
| what they 1 hillk of it, ami 4!ie replies
j will be positive in its favor. Simply
what Hood's Sarsaparilla does, that tells
j the story of its merit. One has been
| cured of indigestion or dyspepsia,
auother finds it indispensable for sick
headache or biliousness, while others re-
port remarkable cures of scrofula,
catarrh, rheumatism, salt rheum, etc.
lfood's Pills are purely vegetable.
Karl's Clover Hoot, the new Blood
Purifier, gives freshness and clearness to
the complexion and cures consumption.
45c., fiOe. and $1.00. Sold bv P. It. lallie
The recent openin-jB of public land
to settlement have shown the folly of
uur present system of racing for claim*
The manses are disappointed, and the
successful ones are speculators, often
too poor to deyelope land. Home
thoughts have suggested themselves
that seem worthy of bciup adopted into
the future policy of tho government in
opening more land.
First poverty iB not desirable in nuy
form there is too much of il now in
Mecotul, shirkiug the burdens of tax-
ation for five or seven years is not con-
ducive to moral integrity and no hon-
est American citizen should be willing
to Bccept the opportunity to evade his
share of social burden which exempt
Third, the average farmer does bet-
ter with forty acres than with a hun-
dred aud sixty.
Fourth: the first takers of land arc
not t he holders of it any length of
time but give place J to men who have
moans to develop the land and hold it.
It would seem that all public land
should now be reserved aud when dis-
posed of sold to the highest bidder
that all townsites should bo, located by
the government and more restricted in
area than they have l>een heretofore iu
That the quantity of land held by
one person be limited to 40 or SO acres.
This arrangement would .bring men
of saving habits and a horded surplus
into the country, wouljl double the pop-
ulation in the same area, would bring
more acres into tillage iu less time,
wonld make all laud claimed at once
taxable, aud thus do away with the
horde of sharks aud thriftless follow
who evade taxation and throw all the
burden of roads and bridges, schools
and governmeutal expenses upon the
cities anil such neighbors as chance to
have some personal property. It is un-
pleasant to speak unwelcome truths, to
lace a mud mob and oppose tliem iu
their ignorant demands, but the great
evil of the American government is the
power of the ignorant pauper. Tho
wearist tramp whose most delightful
home iB the box car. nameless, aimless,
voluntarily idle, is by our institutions
the peer and political equal of the
wealthiest, most stable citizen, whose
whole heart, energy and wealth are
beneficient elements in his community.
The power, commonsense and wis-
dom of thisbeueficient citizen is neu-
tralized by the ballot of *the aimless
spendthrift mendicant tramp. The1
people will call a halt by-and-Dy when
they have had ruin enough from Li-
cense, misnamed Liberty. Squatter
sovereignity, claim holding without
taxation, and broad acres uncultivated
while thousands starve these are mat.
ters to be mended.
Let us hare a street railway.
Mr Fritzgerald's offer is fair, why
not accept it.
What are we going to do about that
4th of July celebration. (lullirie
d'oould certainly celebrate.
A CREAT REDUCTION
lii Millinery 4 «mhIh ami Trimmed llul*
Till: LA DIE*.
The pleasant effeel ami perfect safely
wilh which ladies may line the California
liquid laxative, Syrup of Figs, under all
conditions, makes it their favorite rem-
edy. To get the true aud genuine arli-
ele, look lor the name of the California
Kig Syrup Co., printed nearlhe bottom
of I he package.
Mrs. Saunders has reduced prices on
all trimmed goods iu the millinery hue.
including bet large and varied stock of
millinery goods. The well earned A So„l( ,
reputation of Mrs, Saunders and the;
class of goods that she carries should j A|V vou bilious, constipated or
make it an inducement for all to take | troubled with jaundice, sick headache,
advantage of this great reduction in | nad taste iu mputh, foul breath, coated
lluckl«*n'ft Arnica sidvc.
The best salve In the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter chapped hands, chillblains,
corns and all skin eruptions, aud posi
lively cures piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale by Seatonian Drug St
tongue, dyspepsia, indigestion, hot dry
skin, pain in back and between the
shoulders, chills aud lever, etc.? If you
have any of these symptoms your liver is
out of order, and your blood is slowly
being poisoned, because your liver does
not act properly. Herbike will cure
any disorder of the liver, stomach or
oowels. It has no equal as a liver medi-
cine. Price 75 cents. Free trial bottles
nt Wallace & Muller's.
At the Southwestern Business College,
over the Capitol National Hank, will
open on Monday morning, June 4th, and
coutiuuc throughout the summer. Book-
keeping. business arithmetic, commer-
cial law, grammar, spelling, business
aud ornamental penmanship, shorthand
and typewriting will be thoioughly
taught at the regular rates. A special
class iu penmanship will be organized at
10 o'clock on the morning <>i the same
day, for the accommodation of those
who desire to take writing exclusively.
The tuition for this branch will be ♦«'*
per month or $8 for three months when
nil is paid on entering. Those who are
unable to pay for tuition will receive a
course of lessons i iikk of charge. The
fri:i; ( lass will begin promptly at 0
o'clock on th«' morning of June 4th.
Only those over 11 years of age are ele
gible to this class. The fall opening will
tuke place on Sept. I. Come and see us.
K. II. Fritcii,President,
ft. W, iiOWMAv, Principal Guthrie
V Million Friend*.
A friend in need is a friend indeed, and
not less than one million people have
found just such a friend in Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs
and Colds. If you have never used this
great cough medicine, one trial will con-
vince you that it has wonderful curative
powers in all diseases of t hroat , chest and
lungs. Each bottle is guaranteed to do
all that is claimed or money will be re-
funded Sold at Seatonian Drugstore.
Large bot tles 50c, and $1.00. 1
The IjiiikI oftheSk>
is not quite sky high, but is just far
enough up from the sea to have a brac-
ing climate. New Mexico is meant. And
i* offers something for the wealth-seeker
as well as for the health-seeker. Beauti-
ful grapes, apples and other fruits are
grown in the lower Rio Grande valley,
and in the Maxwell grant there are
varied attractions for the general
farmer. If you ask Nicholson of the
Santa Fe route, Topeka, he will mail you
a New Mexico folder, which tells most of
World'# Columbian Kxpoaitlon.
" Will be of value io the world by illus-
trating the improvements in the me-
chanical arts aud eminent physicians
will tell yon that the progress in medi-
cinal agents has l>een of equal import-
ance, and as a strengthening' laxativ
that Syrup of Figs is far in advance of
all others. (5)
Captain Sweeney, U. S. A., San Diego
Cal„ says: "Shiloh's Catarrah Remedy
Is the first- medicine 1 have ever fauud
that would do me good." Price 50c. Sold
bv F. B. Lillie & Co. (4
They Said He Would Not
Live a Year
Parfactly Cured - No Catarrh Now —
Hood'* Old It.
"C. I. Hood ti Co., Lowell, Mass.:
"Gentlemen: It gives me pleasure to certify
to the efficacy of Hood's Sarsaparilla In thecaso
of my father, who has suffered for years with
Heart Disease and Catarrh
In the head. The former grew worse every
day, and especially at night time. When he
would lie down a curious feeling would rise
around hit heart and his pulse would stop beat-
ing for seconds. He could breathe well, but all
the air he could Inhale did not seem to relieve
him. He would have to get up out of bed and
stir round until It wore off. We became alarmed,
and our friends said he would not live a year.
The family physician prescribed several reme-
dies, but all to no avail. Finally a physician ad-
vised him to take Hood's Sarsaparilla. He did
so, and before he had taken one bottle realized
that It was helping liim. He has taken over
four bottles now, and Is not bothered any more
with heart spells. He can sleep sound as a
baby. He does not have any more trouble
with the catarrh, and
Is Himself Once More.
He Is 53 years old, and can do as much work la
a day as any man of hh age, since using Hood's
Sarsaparilla. You are at liberty to publish this
for the benefit of suffering humanity, for wa
can recommend Hood's Sarsaparilla to be all
and more than Is claimed for it.r' Miss Axxia
Wbebi.kr, Rondo, Missouri.
'i. W. MILLEii.
Attorney at Law.
ill TiiiiHD Bulldiuf?, llfc". North Sw-
• JUTHRFK, OKLAHOMA;
EDWARD M. DAWSON.
hatf Chiff Clerk, Department of I he
ttorney ani> (ofnskm.ok at i,aw,
I'aclfle Bl'ilir., K£ Fstreet, \Vanbiiijctoii,
' '■ ('• Practice in the Court of Claims,
ilie llxeoutive Departments, and t'on-
pn -i. Sperial attention to Land and In-
diun Busmen* liefore the Interior De-
Hoitd'o Pills are hand made, and perfect
in proportion and appearance. 26c. per box.
Thin and impure blood is made rich
and healthful by taking Hood's Sarsap-
arilla. It braces up the nerves and gives
Headache and ladtgeNttoii
can be cured If you don't, believe it try
Beggs' Little Giant Pills. Sold and war-
ranted by all druggists.
\ sure Cure for Pile*.
Itching piles are known l y mois-
ture-like perspiration, causing in-
tense itching when warm. This form, as
well as blind, bleeding or protruding,
yields at once to Dr. Bosanko's Pile
Remedy, which acts directly on parts
affected, absorbs tumors, allays itching,
and effects u permanent cure. 60 cents.
Druggists or mail. Circulars free. Dr.
Bosanko, Philadelphia, Pa. Sold by
Wallace & Muller, druggists.
Small boy (aside)—-"Gee whiz," but
those Little Giant Pills take the cake.
Sold and warranted by nil druggists.
There is more Catarrh iu this section
of the country than all other diseases
put together, and until the last few years
was supposed to be incurable. For a
great many years doctors pronounced it
a local disease, and prescribed local
remedies, and by constantly failing to
cure with local treatment, pronounced
it incurable. Science has proven catarrh
to be a constitutional disease and there-
fore requires constitutional treatment.
Hall s Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
F .1. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is liie
only constitutional cure on the market.
It i« taken internnally in doses from 10
drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly
on the blood and uiociis surfaces of the
system. They offer oi * hundred dollars
for any case it fails to cure. Send for
circulars and testimonials. Address
F. B. ('HENRY & CO.. Toledo. <>.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Guthrie'* l>elmoni<<< .
Spring chicken and all the delicacies
of the season at Frink's Fancy Ilestau
rant, Second street. Mr. Frink has the
best trade in the city. 3-3-tf
4 Ntirf Car. K.r Pllftt.
Itching piles at e known by moisture-
like perspiration, earning intense itching
when warm. This form as well as blind,
the Drummond Medicine Co., 48 Maiden
Lane, IS. Y., aud they will ship to your
express address two I arte bottles of
their remedy, with full directions for
use. Ajrents wanted.
A Hoimeliolri Treamire.
D. W. Fuller of C'anajoharie, N. Y.,
says that he always keeps Dr. King's
New Discovery in the house and his
family has always tound the very best
results follow its use: that lie would not
be without it if procurable. G. A. Dyke-
man, druggist, catskill, N. Y., says that
Dr. King's New Discovery is undoubted-
ly the best cough remedy, that he has
used it iu his family for eight years and
il has never failed to do all that is
claimed for it. Why not try a remedy so
long tried and tested. Sold at Seatonian
Drugstore, ltegalar size 50c and ti. D
Shiloh's Vitalizer is what you need for
dyspepsia, torpid liver, yellow skin or
kidney trouble. It is guaranteed to give
you satisfaction. Price 75c. Sold by F.
B. Lillie & Co. (fl)
Dr. Price's Cream (taking Powdet
World's F*lr lllgh.it Ai«J«l and biplona.
Shiloh's Cure, the Cirent Cough and
Croup Cure, is for sale by us. Pocket
ize contains twenty-live doses, only 25c.
Children love it. b\ 11. Lillie St Co. (.'I)
Milliard'* Snow Mnlmeiit.
This liniment is different in composi-
tion from any other liniment on the
market, it is a scientific discovery which
results iu it being the most penetrating
liniment ever known There are numer-
ous white imitations, which may be rec-
ommended because they pay the seller
a greater profit. Beware of these and
demand Ballard's Snow Liniment. It
positively cures rheumatism, neuralgia,
sprains, bruises, wounds, cuts, sciatic
and inflammatory rheumatism, burns,
scalds, sore feet, contracted muscles,
stiff joints, old sores, pain in back, barb
wire cuts, sore chest or throat, aud is
especially beneficial in paralysis. Sold
by Wallace & Muller.
There is nothing in this world that
gives such perfect satisfaction for all
blood disorders as Beggs' Blood Purifier
and Blood Maker. It dries up blotches
and pimples on the face, heals old sores
and eruptions, makes a yellow skin < iear
and transparent, and keeps the bowels
and liver in perfect condition. Sold and
warranted by all druggists.
I.ik** a Ureal Hallway
with its branches running in every di-
rection, are the arteries and veins which
convey the blood to every part of the
•ystem. A cold, sudden changes or ex-
posure, may cause poisonous acids to
clog the circulation, and then comes
Rheumatism. Beware! If you value
life, remove the obstruction with Dr.
Drummond's Lightning Remedy. Send
$5 to the Drummond Medicine Co , 48
Maiden Lane, New York, and t hey will
send you two large bottles by express-
enough for a month's treatment—with
full special directions. Agents wanted.
A Dead Open und Shut
and no foolishness. Beggs'Cherry Gough
Syrup will cure where all others fail.
Sold and warranted by all druggists.
i oujfh. Cough, t'ouffh!
If you want to, but if you desire to
top, get a bottle of Beggs' Cherry Cough
Syrup. It will stop your cough iu five
minutes. Sold and warranted by all
Thin Children Brow Faf
fat fo o d s
thin, and remain thin just in
proportion to their inability to
assimilate food rich in fat.
of Cod Liver Oil is especially
adaptable to those of weak diges-
tion—// is partly digested already.
Astonishing how quickly a thin
person gains solid flesh by its use!
Almost as palatable as milk.
Bi-ott A Ilea., M. Y 411 dnmnu.
H, R. THI'rston, GEO. W. FISOH,
TIRSTIIN k FINCH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Itooms 1, 2, !!. ttutl 4, Second ami
Office, Ken.lull Building, opposite I,and
Corporatiou hdiI intturauee law a
specialty. Formerly of counsel for
Seaboard Air Line system of railroad,
in North Carolina.
0, R. PEG
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Room ti and 7. over Hank of IniliaL
<11 T. ltlK, OKLAHOMA.
J. It. KKATO.N.
JNO. H. COTTKIiAl
Willi k COTTERAL,
Attorneys at Law.
Ko m I,unit il, Benjamin IIIiIk., (ti.
Iiutna av.,opp. (T. St. hand Office.
wthmr. c. o, hohkoh.
W1SHY \ HOKNOK,
Koouiri 33-ii over Capitol National Hans
BAYARD T. HAINKIt.
Attorney ;tnd Counselor at Law,
[CITY ATTORN KY.J
ROOMS 11 and 12, ORAY BLOCK
OI'THKII' . . OKLAHOMA.
PHYSICIANS SURCEONS ETC.
RESIDENCE:—Noble Avenue <\c
Dr. G. F. Cotteral,
Office over Bee Hive. Residence No
AOS Vilas av. ('alls answered day or night
109* 104 W.9th St., Kadrm City, Mo.
A Regular Graduate in Mtdicine. Ch*r 27
}'ears' Practice—ta in Chicago.
The Oldest in Age and Longest Located.
Authorized by the State to
treat Chronic, Ntruous and Pri-
uate Diseases. Cures guaran-
teed or money refunded.
Over 3U.00U cases cured.
WW injurious medicines uh _
No lime lost from business. Patients at a
distance treated by mall and express.
Medicines sent everywhere free from gaze
or breakage. State your case and tor
terms. Consultation free and coRfldrutial,
personally or by letter. I permanently cum
Seminal Weakness and Sexual Debility,
(Sfifrmatorrhiiu and Impotency) producing
pimples, nervousness, rushes uf blood to
the head, pains in the back, (oifetflUliei
bashfulness and aversion to society; stop
night losses—restore lost sexual power—
enlarge und strengthen weak parts and
make you tit for marriage.
Syphilis, Gonorrhuia, Gleet, and ull pri-
vato diseases cured for life.
Cf Ufa cured without cutting
IttUIC caustic, bOOftoa Of
sounds. No pain or exposure. Patients
can use treatment at home.
for ooth sexes—80 pages. 4J7
pictures, with jull description
of abeve (HlMiM the « iTects and ••liit-
sent sealed in plain wrapper tor tie. stamps
Sure Cure for Rheumatism. Send stamp
for circular. Fkkk Mcskum ok anatomy.
for above dUcttscathut 1 caunotcure.
DOSE S 25
Cures Consumption, Coughs, Croup, Sore
Throat* Sold by all Druggiat* on :i.< ,iarantee.
For a Lame Side, Iiack or Chrst Shiloli's Porous
Platter will give great satisfaction.—a$ cents.
Mi's. T. 8. Hawkins, Chattanooga, Tenn., says:
" Shiloh'B Vitalizer *SA\ E I) MY 1.1 Ft:.' /
consider it the beat re mtdyfnr a del/ilitaledsput t m
/ ever usedFor Dyspepsia, I.iver or Kidney
trouble it excels. Price eta.
Haw you Catarrh? Try this Remedy, it will
relieve aud Cure vuo. Price iO «i This In-
jector for its success!"til t reatment is furnished
free. Shiloh's Remedies ure sold by ua ou a
guarantee to give satisfaction.
Sold l>v F. B. LILLIE & CO.
Bare, Prompt, Positlvs
Cum for Im/jotance, Lota
of Manhood, Seminal
Nervousness, Self Distrust,
Loss of Memory, Ac. Will
make you a STRONG, Vigor-
ous Man Price £1.00, <J
Boxes, $b 00.
Special Directions Mai'ej
with sach fljA. Addre*a
Ballard Zacw Llalsio&t Co ,
2010 LuuaS Av«.
CT. LOUIS, • MC
STOMACH, LIVER AND BOWELS
AND PURIFY THE BLOOD.
MONEY TO LOAN
Farms and City-
Pi operty for Sale.
Houses & Store Rooms
PIANO FOR KENT.
U. H. LYM)S.
C. J. YATES,
Loans and Collections Made.
All Kinds of Property for K M.rSiile.
A Specialty made of Haumiug
Property for non-residents.
ROOMS—21 and 22, Victor Block.
VV. T. CANNON,
107>i Ok. Ay. 3 doors west Bank of I. T.
WATCH MAKER JR WE LEE
Repariog a specialty—Work promptly
Money loaned 011 valuables, (Business
Confidential.) Constantly on hand and
for sale—musical instruments, organs,
sewing machines, revolvers, watch
chains, rings, and every class of jewelrey
J i • • AT BARGAINS
• OIPAN8 TAWJLE& are the bent M-.ll. •
• fltne known for Indlgcutlon, 1U1Iuu ii<-ii , •
J Headache, Constipation, I>ynpep*lft, Chronic m
0 LtTCrTroubled, Dlcclnea « iiad Complexion, •
• Ujnentery, Offensive Breath, and all din- #
• order* of tho Htomach, Liver and Howel*. ®
• Rlp&ns Tabule* contain nothing Injurious to •
• the most delicate constitution. Are piea*uut to •
• take. safe, effectual, and give immediate relief •
• Price—Box (8 Tialn), 75 cents ; Package (4 boxes), •
• $2. May be ordered through nearest druggist. •
• or by mail. Sample free by mail. Addres
S THE RIPANS CHEMICAL CO.v •
J 10 SPRCUE STREET, NEW TORK CITY. J
Easily, Quickly, Permanently Restored.
Debility, and all the train
of evils from early e.rn i> «>r
later excesses, the re* tilt - .f
overwork. niekne:->, won. .
ele. Full strength, dev. -
opinenl and tonagiveii to
,every organ ami portion
" t lie b'xly. Simple, n
al method*, iii.me.li-.
failure impossible. 2,0(M refer i.< • -. Iw.i
explanation and proofs mailed (sealed) f- i-.
ERIE MEDICAL CO., Euffclc, H.Y.
AND PROSTATIC IRRITATION
« A POSITIVE CURE. •
|OPERATION. . . .
LOSS OF TIME. . .
DANCER or FAILURE
A home treatment. Particulars free.
Address, EMPIRE MEDICAL CO.,
P.O. Box 110 BOSTON MASS.
CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT? For®
foru^Uion concerniag Fateum and bow to ob-
fnAfree- Altoa catalogue of median*
and scientific books Bent free "***-
Patent* taken through Munn A Co recelvA
special notice iuthe Scientific American, and
'""• •'f Ml wld.ly before the public with,
out cost to the inrentor. Tkli splendid paper
•le« n'|r !llu«ir«ie<l. h« br fir the
' 'fcul.tlun ol nr •cientiOc work Iu tba
JV|(i F0k COUGHS,
In raising fl family of uine children, v.y oi.iy i •
®dy for Coughs, Colds and Croup wa^ uuion :<
IsJUit as effect!vo to-day .ia it v ts tony
Now ujy graudohildren take Dv OunnS Onion M v
which fa already prepared end ir.or.- r-le-t«avii lo !ii •
taste Hold everywhere. I.nrg-* Ltottlea 60 c' .v. .
Take uo aubstitute for it. Tlic.v'.i i: :i.. a-j • ooit
Sold 1 v Wallace & Muller, dru^iHts.
% t M P P.O V IS i i
^ <Ur A MILO PHYSIC
ONE PILt FOR A DOSE.
A movement cf the bowels eact day ia necenbarv i^r
health. These pille supply wliat tho systeui.lacna '«
make it regular. They cure Headache, br fhleu J
Kye and clear the Complexion Dritfev "'''"
metlcs. They net mildly, neith. r gnpe no:1 |
other pills do. To convin«-e vou ut doia
. . ",lu rimuw, ruauitnf LUII'ieiS fOSb' W thtt
, MtNN A to., SKW YORK. Jbl BHt>Ai)WAV
To oouvince y
will wail aauplea tree, or a full
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Guthrie Daily News. (Guthrie, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 1502, Ed. 1 Monday, June 4, 1894, newspaper, June 4, 1894; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc280949/m1/2/: accessed October 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.