The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 201, Ed. 1, Wednesday, January 18, 1899 Page: 3 of 4
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TEW LlAMUi GITITOUG l OKLAHOMA;
Our HJd-Winter Term
DURING THB BLATORB THERE WILL BE
SOME HOT TIMES IN THE 'OLD TOWN.
THESE "HOTTIES" WILL BE REPORTED BY
IN THEIR ENTIRETY. KEEP POSTED.
J W McNEAL Preddent
Guthrie National Bank
Ilo&rd of Directors
in addition to officers of tank
H T. l'LYNN
W. J HORSFALL Cashier.
CHANDLER. O. T.
Fine Repairing a Specialty.
Live btock journal.
THE PRAIRIE FARM "R-a
"weekly Agricultural and Live
Stock Journal om doil.r a
year. It is admit'edly the le id-
er of the agrKultu al and live
stock journals of tlie Unit d
States it covers th entire
field of agriculture dairying
live stock breeding anil live
stock feeding. It is edited for
western farmers and st ckmeu
who canyon diversifl. d work
in fact it Is Hie farmer's news
paper Tlit rej;ular suhscrip
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but in order that every one 0'
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i i . . ii i lK"" scenes is
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raid via Araaosas City or Wichita and
it. PDTL'fin i i.in
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In the wo. Id. also reclining chairman
nd; oarbei on all through trvlns.
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folly furnished by either B iOKVL
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GUTHRIE O. T.
SPEC fA LIST.
Ail Medical and Surgical DIs.-hs 6 of
the Bye Ear Nose and Th oat
I'lrst Published lii D lly Leader January''.
Territory of Oklaboma i
County of Logan J"
I I'rohue Court.
Notice Is net' b given Mil n toe 7ib la
of 'January. A. D. lb 6. D..rr s II. Sirado'
tiled In the lr lJ4(C court nl I r Ciunty ol
Logn andTrrr t ryof ikuhopj t ih-iI-lion
praylnr (or et rrsnf iitiulnutratlon to
be IsiUKl to Dorcas A -trader upon ibe r
U e of Mtctuel Strmlrr decearn. ate nf te
county of Logan and Te rlmr. of Oklaboma
A d pursuant to an order of said n oliate
couri weanesuay. me itin a ay oi January
A. 1) IK'J at the hour of 9 o'clock a m. of
said day tbatbcliiea !' of the retu.ar Jan
uary l. rm. A u itw .1 alil jiroliat court
basbeeiiapiwi nt.dtbe time f..r hear'ntrsald
vi i 4..uit vucn aim nucK any periori in-
terested may contrat ald petition by oltn
writtm opposition tberet on the fttmhdof
incompetency of the applicant or may as-
sert hi. own right to tbe administration
and pray that lettrrs be issued to himself
Witness J. C t-oster iudge of the
skal probate cort of the count of Lo.
gan and tbe seal of tbecourt arar-
ed. the 7th day of January A. D IW.
J O. FObTKU.
First published In tbe Dally Leader Occcm-
ber . IDS
To Whom It May Concern
Notice Is herebrelven thatfleorre K xic
uun bas mi day Bled bis i rtltion to sell t
retail spirituous. vlnmaand malt liquor li.
i puiuAii iugau cnuruj. UKianorca aim
I unless objection be tiled on or before
I 7lhly ol January. A O HW. said ietl
I will n pranl.n
Outbrle.Okls.nec . 1K8.
It EMMETT KTKWA T. Count Olert.
Ily U f. GAHHETT. Deruty.
Charleston S. C. Jan. 17 The rsnspo t
Saratoga sailed from here for Matanxas
at noon today with a cargo of provisions
camp equlppsge Jd four oompa&Xe ot
tho lHh Indiana voluntas.
. 1 tt Q 551
IHIVN AT DENVER
Two Urtat Snm'lu'B by i.u Sil-
Denver Jan. 17 Colonel W. J. tirvtn
made two public spocobc in r anvcr to-
day both of rchlah vrca listened to by
audiences only limited by the capacity
of the auditoriums. The . rat was nt 2
o'clock In the hall Of the housu of rpro-p-matlvt
to lrtoh cdy tho fortunate
tee wfro hold tickets were admitted
lha other wan at 8 o stock at Xtleom
hall tho largest -com in the cttj where
thousands struggled' for siindlnff i-oom
whllo other thousands wsr tinned away
disappointed in even gottltiK a glimpse
of tlie crcnt silver champion.
In his nddrcss before the legislature
Mr. Bryan devoted most of his time to a
discussion of legislators nnd other pub
lie officers whom ho designated eervanti
not masters of tbe people.
After this address Mr. and Mrs. n.-M.n
repaired to tho rcsidonoe of Oov. Thomas
where thoy wcro cntertnlned at dinner
to which n tinlf dozen of the leading dem
ocrats of the state InoludlnR ex-dov--nora
Oram nnd Adams and a number cf
Indies were guests.
The srowd which pretted Mr. Bryan at
Coliseum hall tonight began gathering nt
4 o'clock four hours beforu tho time set
for tho meeting. At 8 o'clock when lljn
Milton Smith called for order there wire
8.000 porsons In the hall and ns ma
moro on the outside pushing for iiilm'i
slon. Oovernor Charles B. TlMjmas wi-
presented as Chairman of tho meetmr
nd in an eulogistic speech ho Introdur.'.i
Colonel llrynn who was received wl
prolonged applause. Mr Bryan spolo i'
part ns follows:
"The Ulble torts us tnat Ahnh in ... I
wanted the vineyard of Nnboth imrt t
orely grlevad because the owner tin'- f
refused to part with lhe Inherltim i
lite fathors. Ttien followed a j'l'H i
false rtmrgaa wrre prefer rod flKal't n -both
to furnlnh an excuse for getting iM
Thou slinlt not covet. 'thou shalt n t
bear false witness" 'thou slinlt not ltl I '
thrco commandments broken and still
a fourth 'thou stonlt not trteal' to br
brokon In order to get a Uttltf groirid.
And what was tho result 7 When fie
king w-cnt forth to take possesion ISi.-
Jah. that brave old prophet of tho early
days met lilni and pronounced against
him tho sonUnco of the Almighty. 'In
I tho p'aco where the dogs licked tho blood
of Naboth Rhall dogs lick thy blood even
Neither his own exalted position nrr
the lowly station of his victim could save
him from tho avenging hand of outrastd
Just'ce. Ills caso was tried In a com?
where nclthor wealth nor rank nor pow-
er can shield the transgressor.
"Wars of conquest have their origin in
couvetousneps nnd the history of the hu-
mnn raco has been written 'n characters
of Mnod because rulers have looked wlrh
longing eyes upon the lands of others.
Covetousness Is prono to seek the 't'd
of false pretense to carry out its ovr
plan but wbnt It cannot secure by per
suasion. It takes by the nwnrd.
SPEAKS OP TRLLBH.
Senator Idler s amendment to th'o iv
tervent.on resolutions suvud the countr
from couvetousuesa of those w-no are si.
an.NloUfi to secure possesion ot the Island
that thoy are wl.llug to deny tho trut'i.
of tho declaration of our own congress
that the pooplu of Cuba aro nnd of right
aught to bo freo.'--- - -
Mr. Iiryaji then proceeded to apply the
story of Nnboth to tho Philippine quri-
tiuu and argued that a war of oouquust
would bo wrong In principle as well as
expensive and as harmful to the peo-
ple of the United States as to the Fili-
pinos. He spoke nt considerable lent!.
nnd concluded as follows:
"Imperialism might expand the nation's
territory but It would contract tho if-
tions purpose. It la not a step forward to-
ward n broadei destiny; it Is a step back-
ward tho narrow views of kluga and em-
perors. "Dr. Taylor has aptly expressed 't In
his 'Creed of the P'ag' when he asks:
Shall wo turn to the old world again 7'
With the penitent prodigals cryf
"1 answer never. This republic Is not
a wayward son; It has not spent 1st sub-
stance In riotous living. It Is not realy
to retroco Its steps nnd with Bhamod fnro
and trembl'ng volca solicit an bumble
p'nee among tho servants of royally. It
has not slnnod against heaven and Odd
grnnt that the crowned heads of Europe
may never have occasion to kill tho fat-
ted calf tj commemorate Its roturn from
reliance upon tho will of the pooplo to
dopendpneo upon the nuthnrllv wh'oh
flows from regal birth or suporlor force.
"Wo cannot afford to enter upon a co-
I lonlal policy. Tho theory upon which a
government Is built is a matter of vl'al
Importance. The national Idea has a con-
trolling Influence upan the thought and
character ot tho people. Our national
Idea Is self-government and unless wo
are ready to abandon that Idea forevo.
we cannot Ignore It In dealing with the
"This idoa Is entwined with our tradi-
tions! it permeates our hlsUi-y; it Is a
part oi ir 1 'eraturo.
"The Idea has given eloquence to the ora
tor and Insplral'ou to the l'O'K. Tuke
from our national hymns the (lire wmnU
freo freedom nnd liberty and they
would bo as meaningless as wimd be our
flag if robbed of Its rod white nnd blue.
"Other nations may dream of wars rf
conquest and of distant dapt.tdasi.iea
governed by exterior force; not bo with
th United States.
"The fruits of Impernllsm must be left
to the subjects of monarchy rills Is l'o
one tree on which the citizens it a re-
public may not partake It Is rhe voice
of the serpent not the voice of OAd thnt
bids us eat"
OPPONENTS TO PEACE TREATT.
Washington. Jim. 7L The jlemocrntlc
opponents to the peaee treaty were In
conference teveral hours today dev'sln?
ways and means for conducting their eon.
test. They resolved to Insist upon an
amendment n'aclng the Philippines on tho
seme foot'ng In their relation to tho
United Mates ns Cuba and to make a psr-
its ten. right If this concession was not
A SOCIALIST KESPONfllPLH
Berlin Jan. 17-TIerr Sehmldt a so-
cialist member of the rlehstag ba wl-
untarlly Informed the put Us praseeutor
at Madgenburg. .hat ho was solely re-
sponsible for the publication In .he so-
cialist Volks Htlmme of the arttoJe pur-
porting to be a eonversatlon between the
prince of liegdad an'- bis tutor on ac-
count of which the editor. Ilerr August
Mueller was senteiw d lata week to -months
imprtsenment on the charge of
less majesty. Tho whole case must now
TeaMii llv btotk Aaorltllon Mtellny
Qalvestnn. January 17.1809 For the
sbovp necss'nn a round trip rate of
!O0nfrrn Outhrlo to Oa'ves on and
t urn will b rasde. "icetaoB Sale
for train leaving lil" p T aquary 10
good for return wl January J2ad.
11. f CorU?. Agent
To Gain I'lenh to Sleep T to HhtixlVlmt
Appetite nnd Good Ulgesllun Menu
MAICi: A TEST Ot 8TUAKTS UYBl'IirsiA
No trouble Is moro common or more
misunderstood than nervous dyspepsia
l'o plo havlnff It think their nerves are
to blame. ai.l are surprised that thoy
aao not cured by nor.- medicines The
real eoat of the mUehlot Is lost bIrM
of. Tho fttomneh Is tho orsn. to be
look oil after.
Nervous dyspeptics of ton do not lmvr
any patn whaturor in tho stomaiH noi
perhaps any of the usual symptoms &f
Btomaoh weakness. Nervous dyspepsia
shows itanlt not in tho ktomach r-c
much ns In nearly every orjrtn. Ir
some cases tho heart palpitates aud It
Irregular; in others tho kidneys urt
alTectud; In others tho bowels are con
btipated. with headaches still others
l'KOl 11LNUY U IIF.('Kl:lt A M
are troublud with loss of llesti and up
ielitc with accumulations of Ras Bour
Itlshafe to say thut Stuurl's Dys-
oophlu Tablets will euro any stomach
weakness or disease except cancer of
'.lie O'omai h Thoy euro sour stomach
as los of ileal! and appetite Bleep
I'fRnese pnlnltatlon henrtburn con-
.ilpation nnd heulnclie
Hetid for valuable llttlo book on
.tnniach 1 Isensen by nddrcfialrR p. A
iumrl Co MnrHhal Mleh All drup;
rista sell full s zed packages nt Bu
erite l'rof. (lonry W. Jlucker A M.
he well known religious worker anc
vrlter of St Louis Secretary of tin
UI' n board of tho German Method
nt uhureh chief clerk ami exuort nc
nuntnnt for th Harbor nud Whnrt
ommlsslcin public secretary for the
i . Louis 8 -hool Patrons Asfioclalior
mil the district conference of steward'
f the M 12 church; a so takes an ne
've part in tho work of the Kpwortl
L"H;ue. nnd to write on rollglous nnc
liiiuilional topics for nooral tnopn
allien How ho found relief Is best tolt
11 his own words:
"Soma wetiltH ago my brother hfur-
in Ray somclhlni; about IndlKCstioi
ml titU lnjr a bo.t from his pocket sab
.".llr.v Sl.mrv'. Tablet's' I .did -nut-
vsh promptly relieved . Then 1 luvor-
Kat tithe nature of tho tablets anr
-cm' hutliillod tht thoy wore mm
f just the right things nnd In just tli
Ight prop Ttinnn to aid In the asslml
Htlon of food. 1 heartily endom
hem In all respects and I keep then
lonstntitly on hand "
I N I) Uh'J UlAli KaTEK VMSEt
Hers Oft'nt Imluccmun.R lot
Cnpiul in llio i'liiiiunlncH.
Ban Francisco Jan. 17 The Assort rci.
rTess cories)ondiit ui Manila nntes j.
.okjws rugnrutng the bpportunltles to- 'n-
rueimenta In the l'niitpptiiwi:
lie says that Industrial enterprises .dfei
the beet Inducements and that AmarU-un
abor bus nu chance tu oumpoto with tht
native laborers who can stand tlie ci
mute can live on the uallvu foods m.'i
are In every other way moro lifted to
perform the labor of tho country th.i..
Americans and laboring men arc wa.'nd
to gtvo the Philippines a wide berth '11
their search for new fields.
Modern atroet car lines and modern rail
roads would earn bib' dividends. Only the
locomotive affalrH now oxlnt nnd even
though their cars ur uncomfortable nml
slow they are crowded from mornitu.' !
night with the exception of a fy njurs
during the hot part of the day. Con-
struction would be comparatively vny
and oheap owing to the level nature of
tbe most settled portions. Bleotrlo power
would have to be genpruUd by steam.
MecJianlcs skilled In their trade would
do well In the growing country. Tlie na
tive mechanics are very skillful but work
only wth th crudeet of tools inolirn
applLaneen being almost unknown. Tho
are only two blacksmiths In Manila.
Five American carriage makers with mod
ern machinery could do na much wo-k
In n day as thirty natives. There are
no Use than J00 Filipino catrlhge Nhipe
In tbe field and thoy all do well Ameri-
cano would have little difficulty In art-
ting oontrol of the trade. An elabornto
Ice plant Is becoming a necessity. Tho
manufacturer gets two oents a pound frr
bis product. A good American hotel Is
omo of Manila's most urgsnt needs. Mod-
ern beds and fixture nro a necessity.
Many private residences are now throv 11
open to transients beoauoa lhe publle lie
tela are so poor.
American doctors homopathlc and oth-
erwise will find a good field for the oxsr-
eise of their skill. The place is very un-
healthy and the native dootors aro ry
pAorlv skll'cd In medicine.
Madrid. Jan. 17 The premier Bennr 8a-
gasta. In an Interview this afternoon
declared that he only awaited the United
States senate ratlneailon of the peace
treaty to convoke the oortea.
It sppears .hat upon the occasto.i o
a recent vlsK of tho premier to the pal-
ace after his r covery from tho sick-
ness which oonflned hl.n .0 bis tod for
some time the queen regent whose tac.
In legislations! 1 atters Is well known
drew cttemion t the clause In tho t eoco
tr aty providing that while It should be
signed by r resident MeKlnley and rati-
fied oy the United States senato on th-
Spa'ilsh side U should only be sign
by the queen recent leaving out Its rntl-
fleatnn by the oortes. Her majesty there
upon Informed he premier that I wis
her real pleasure a at the treaty should
be ratified by tbe cc tee as she is net
Justified In signing It alone and thereby
Incurring ne consequences of Its effect
upon public feelings.
A 3TU.a.ftHt bhavt
Oo the California limited Ssta Fe
Route; there la a barber shop In the
buffet smoking car: ent re train eleo
trie lighted; through U3H days Chi-
cago to Los Angeles
8TILL AFTER IILlsS.
Hon. Fgrtn Again ktnflR .i
Army '('"turn 4 d r
Washington Jan. 17 Discussing Oon-
eral Miles statement that he wonted
eompleto rations sent packed Instead nt
In bulk General Eng.in said he never
saw any sueh rcquesus and If ho had
he would hnvo regarded It as "extraor-
dinary as there Is no such thing as send-
ing rations otherwlso than In bulk."
"If General Miles can explain to yeur
commission what tho difference Is. he
will do moro than I th;nk him or any oth-
er man can do nnd I respectfully ask
the commission to note this ns one of
tho things bearing on tho entire subject
Taking up General Miles tostlmony that
tho food wna one of the serious cause
of sickness among the soldiers Oenera'
En pan denies thjs and points out that
General Miles give It ns hla Judgment
"H ("cause ho merely expressed his Judg-
ment that way I cannot take further
Issuo with that question than to dis-
Genral Uagau declares that General
Shatter cabled his ttppreolatlen of the
character of refrigerated beef to Santi-
ago and says:
FINE (T) CATTLE.
"You hnvo before you reports of var-
ious officers describing the character of
tho superior nnd flno oattlc (?) that Por-
to IUco has furnished to the United
States at tho low prices mentioned by
General Miles bulls stags rounts de-
formed cattle which means o'd work
oxen a class and clmrneter of beef -.hat
the subsistence department never pur-
chased In this country nor anywhere else
If it could get good rofrlerator beef."
I'pon thr question of the refrigerated
tpir General Engan says:
"Oenral Miles teatMcd thnt SE7 tons
of this rofrlgernted boet might bo called
"imbalmed bf." This statement means
in regard to calling It "embalmed beef."
ruptlon on the part of the mon who fur
nlshed It. Ti.at Is whnt I hava to sav
'n regard to callln It 'embalmed beef.' "
General Eagan says General MMcs giver
what purports to be a statement of four-
ton officers expressing dissatisfaction of
tho canned fresh beef.
"General Miles" says ho "does not In-
form tho Investigation commltteo how be
General Eagnn kubmlts that such .n-
vitntlons to crltlclzs nro npt to procire
tdverso criticisms and would bo taken
's ovldcnce of desire for adverse reports
AN INSPECTOR GENERAL.
"In this connection. It Is proper to s.t
hat thero Is what Is known nn an It
pector general's department in the arm
vhose official duty ts when directed
iroper authority to oxamino Into matters
f this kind and make an Intelligent "t
iponslblo report. A report that can be
net nnd refuted If It Is false n repi.-i
hat If untrue tho author can be he'd
General Eagan repeats his former ntni.'
nent of thankfulness that "this land
ovor gnve and never will thank God
ho purse In addition to the sword to nr
enernl and whenever congress permit
ny general to bo whomsoever ho may
o control tho pruie ob well ns to wield
ho sword that day tho mistake of thl
ountry will bn mniln: nnd that dnv. do
'lining men with military command and
'ho purse of tho United States at their
'UP4)aa)4.jnay scbcmsolves up nnd o
hlngs in a I wis coflnlry Is nnd alwayr
have ben afraid to do."
As to the presence of an "experiment"
'harged by General Miles In omnrellin
with tho tinned beef Oenoral Eagar
PIIETENSE FOR EXPERIMENT.
"General Miles In saying that this 'ood
was sent to the army as a "proteose for
xperlment" says that which Implies
corruption which nlnoty-nlne out of ev-
ry hundrod peoplo will take to mean
corruption because It was a 'pretense
it experiment' ho says not evon giving
"redlt to me for furnishing It as an ex-
norlmont but that I furnished It under
the 'pretense of an experiment' This Is
t serious charge should not be msde
by any man lightly nor without nmp'e
svldenvo to support It Taking the elite-
ment In the sense that was probably In-
tended the sense that has beon accept-
d by tho press of tho country Indeed
some of that press because of H rill
for my dismissal from the army nnd my
court martial I nnswor that it was not
turnlshod under tho prilcnio of an ex-
nerlmont nor oven as an experiment 'lis
statement r ell acts upon the honor cf
vory officer In the dpartmnt who line
contrsctd for or purchased till ment
snd especially and particularly on 'he
commissary general myself." In son-
fusion General Eagan declares on oath
thnt tho secrwtary of war bad nothing
whatsoever to do with the furnUhlng of
refrigerated beef or tinned meals '"or
has be In any manner controlled or at-
tempted to oontrol contracts the awards
or purchases of thee articles."
General Began sums up his wholo
in conclusion and finishes hoping th 11
this statement "will offset the staiemsnts
made by General Ml lee und will. In some
meaaure at least do lustlco to those who
have been wronged."
FIVB II0T8 DnOWNED.
Kcranton. Pa. Jan. 17-Ftve small boys
were drowned today at South Olbton a
small country hamlet near Foster. They
nerei MorrMt Ilodgers son of Dr. V.
M. Ilodgers; Oaylord Prltehard. Jerry
Tripp Willie Holmes and Myrtle Howell.
Their ages were from seven to ten years.
After the morning school session he five
mentioned and another boy got oa to a
big sled and coasted from the roadway
down a abort steoy hill at the foot of
which Is a small pond. A thaw had weak-
ened the lee and It broke under the
weight of tho sled. The sled and all but
one of the boys shot under the lee tev-
eral rod 4. In his excitement th- lad who
escaped lest valuable time by running
back to the school to fdve tho alarm. In-
stead of Holifylflg residents near at hand.
Four bodies have been recovered.
NO TEST Of STnaNQTH.
Lincoln. Jan. IT Today's vote for Un-
ited States senator Is aet regarded as a
test of strongth of tbe candidates exeert
In the eass of senator Allen who re-
ceived the vote of every fulenit pres-
ent. Complimentary votes wore ast for not
lees than eight repaMlan. nost of whom
are expeted to be dropped at piloting
in Joint session temor w. I- to eleo gen-
erally asmltted that seme of tbe andl-
date who are serious fa tors la tbe rae
would not permit their ful 'strength to
be developed and their total fotlowlog
may not be dlslosed ror a number of
days to ome.
A POSTAL CONTRACT.
Washington Jan. 17 The postofflco de-
partment today made a contract with the
Paclfl. stesm whaling ci ipany with
offices at San Francisco tor mail service
along the scutbern coast from Sitka to
Unalaska Including all Intermediate
points'. The distance between these points
is 16X1 miles and every point oa that
stretch will now have monthly service
during the entlro year. The present con-
trast Is supplementary to existing service
not new applicable to all points and Is
especially Important In vie'.? of the possi-
bility of securing In connection with Jt
an ovedtnnr route to tho Yukon wholly
within tho United States territory.
A. Now Lino For Arkansas
Tho Choctaw Oklahoma & Galf
railroad company has awarded con-
tracts f r tho construotlon of one bun
drcd and slxtvfonr miles of railroad
through one of tho best ngriculterat
cottons of the ma -nlBeent state of
Arkansas Work has already com-
menced and tho line will doubtless bo
m operation by October 1st. 1S0&
Tho location of the lino will be as
folio v a:
llegincing at Howe 1. T. the pres.
ent eastern termlnnB of the road and
running cast to Munroe entering Ar-
kansas at a point near Hartford where
largo deposits of coal "novo been found
nnd where mine will bo operated
thence to Manotlold where conn etlon
will bo made wl h the St Louis A San
Fronulsco rallraadi thenco to Echo
ituouvi.ie Magazine Marvlnvlile
Oanvllle Ola Casa Houston aud
Ksau and thenco on tho south side of
ho river to Littlo Itoek where con-
nection will be made with the Choctaw
fe Memphis ( ormeny tho Llttlo Rock
A Memphis railroad but which will
iow b come a part of tho Choctaw
T&teni) thereby putting under ono
nunngFiucnt a great cast and west
lne of rollway extending from the
Mississippi river to Wcatborford Ok
1 diBtnneo of nearly Bbc hundred miles
ttid passing through the state of Ar
Kansas the Indian Territory aud pen.
etratlng .uto Oklahoma Territory for
ne hundred nnd thirty milts.
Tho net" lino patses through tho
following counties In Arkansnu-
COtt 13 035
"Ron .. SO 784
Veil 18 016
I'erry .... . 5 539
Pulbski .. .. . 47 829
Total 104 201
And will etiuso tho establishment of
several good radluij points nnd a few
iargu aud Important towns duo notice
uf which will bu given later.
Tho new lino will control tho trafllu
f the Petit Jean and Lalurche la
Favo river valleys the most produc-
tive valleys of the state of Arkansas
producing this year over 6U.00O bales
f ooltoii and tu usands of bushels of
orn und other farm products tunil
an bo bought ch. aply thereby offer-
iug exi-ellu t opportunities for oiter-
jilbing farmers to procure homes In a
vuil su tied country where good
tnhuo h u (1 oburolus are alieady
ilubl shed Tho mounla n ranges
'Ivldlng the vaileya lire covered with
agnllluent forefcts of tuosL excellent
voilow pine and the lower rldves and
lopes uru covered with large quantl-
tea of wbitu oak b ckory. mu and
ihor "arletles of excellent hardw od
inber. It Is thcr. foro certain that
ne ! mbor industry will bo ca rled on
xtentdveiy. 'iho western port on of
ne Hue In t o Italian Territory and
klahmnn now furnishing a market
'n a.mio.ooo f 01 of piuo lumber per
iinnib whluh Ih coming from TexaB
l.ouiBlfti.u anil Southern Arkansas but
vlh en all bo furnished from mills
tn the new portion of the road; In ad'"
itlon t which new markets will bo
iiuiln In Oklahoma and ICinsn-i via tho
1 liferent Hutu of railway crossing tho
Imctaw A f(llVH j
Kansas Ity. Pittsburg & Qulf rail-
oatl via Howe auiK'tlou I T
8t Louis & 8an Francisco railroad
la Miujbll.ilri mid Mter Junction
Mifefcntirl. KansHS A Texas railway
la South McAlosler I. T
Atehlsnn. Topelca A Santa Fe rail
ny via Oklahoma City Oklo
t hlaago Itoek iBland A i'aclflo rnll-
vav via Ii!l Horio Okla.
II. Wixu. .1 P. Holden
leuerul Mnnairor Troflle Manager
South MeAlrfcter. I. T
Ailtlril Till Briltan
liarbur bhup and ladles observation
r on th California L mltcd via Son-
a l'o tloutej Acrvluo liner than ever
William'Q Kidney Pills
llus no iHiual In dl&caBca of thn
'Kldnoyuaul Urinary Organs. Hava 1
a.vou nejieeu'ti your Kldueytt? Have'
f you jvortvorlrcU your nervous sy-( I
i tem nnd cruised troitblo wltji your .
V Kidneys nnd HliuldurV Have you"
r pains In tho loins isldo back.groliia I
ami umuiierr Unvoyoiittllubby np- .
penrani'O of tho fnce o&pcclnliy I
under tho eyc? Tew frequent tic-. I
sire pna urluo? VJUhm's Kidney .
I'illa will impart nowllfo to thodU-1 '
cbmmI organ tono up tho syBtera. 1
and lnulta n. liiuv man nf vnti ltv'
mail 60 ct nU per box.
ttu.ias aitj. iu t'rnpa. cieveisad.O.
Por S.ile by Sftoi-lan Dru Co.
j : 1
bss demomtrsted tea thonitnd
Units tlii it Is sbuoit lafslllble
irreulrllles sad deriugvavsats.
t bss bciouw) the leading rsrutdy
far tbls elm of troubles It eitrts
a wonderfully hculing. trngtbn-
lag and auotUloK luUUKOco upon
the Mu.tnul uriftot It cures
"whites" SD'ifsl.mrof the womb.
It slop Aoodlug sad relisits sup-
?r-d sod pn'nral msottrustloa.
or C bangs ot Life it If the bt
tuidltlne ti.ido It Is Lcsflclsl
dunog prrkneoey. sod helps to
bnug chiulrea tuto homes birrso
ftr yun It lasitorstes stimu-
lates siivagtbeus (be whole sy-
tm. Tiile L'rtt remedy la otfrJ
tu all sUlicted woaiea T""f lu
sny woman sutftr suoths uilaate
with certain relief within reach!
Wine of Cardut onlycoala fl.Mer
bottle st your drug state.
let a&rttt. in ttuit nqulriftf tptcial ton
(ton. a.Wrfj (rfp-KJ tyniptfHa IA "lAMtt'
jH'ifry Vnninouul." 'J U CattoM Mt-
H. 1-W SUITH Ca' tin S. .. teyai
"Ui it uttd Wine ol Cartel tlkeine
tor talils) ol Ut uatnto aa4 H eMirelf
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