The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 15, Ed. 1, Friday, August 25, 1905 Page: 2 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLA.v. FRIDAY AUGUST 25 1S0S
FROM PARENT TO CHILD
The laws of brreditr arc invariable
and tlit diseased blood of parents is
handed down to children ih the form nf
Scrofula. Being thus deeply rootedJ
tibthing can reach the disease but a csnl
6titutional remedy. Tbeeryioumianan
of the blood . diseased and until it is
purified and made strong those who are
born with a scrofulous tendency cannot
have the blessing of robust health.
Cleveland O. 120 Brownell Bt.
T Inherited Berofulafroro my ancestry.
ana tm mean 01 couro "h'
blood anrt a run-down debilitated con
dllton ol the system. Treatment Of phy
iiko ii e
dllton ol the system. Treatment or
stciansdldnotdome nny thine lik
rood B. S. 8. dtd last winter when I
ft. TfcvtvftmntAa ntmetite end dlaetv
..... -..-. --;- r' :::. 7.:u. ..j
Rives atrenffin una enrirj-. ouuui up
onerai ncaitn in orery wj du in
addition to belne an excellent blood pu
rifier it adds to its success as a remedy
for Scrofula. It did more ror me tnan
HEPBURN GIVES VERSION
City Attorney Claims He
AViis l?iill Justified ifi
anvtlilnr T hfkVA uaed. and with nleaB'
urn I recommend It. 8. S. 8. completely
cured me oft hi bllrflitlnir cUbphko.
MRS. LOUISE COHEN
S. S. S.. the kins' of blood purifiers is
the medicine t'-it isrenulrcd because it
changes the quality of the blood by
cleansing it of all poisons and itnpuntios
building it up and strengthening the en-
tire system. When S S. has restored
the blood to n healthy condition and
forced out the scrofulous deposits there
is a eure return to health. No remedy
bas ever been found to equal this great
vegetable preparation for the cute of all
JB jnk from a diseased
)H (B or impure blood
t-sjf. .tm . simi supply. II you
have Scrofula or
a n v tendency
PURELY VEGETABLE that way write
us all about your
case and we will send you a book describ-
ing the disease nnd give without charge
any medical advice you may need.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. Atlanla Ga
Live Stock Sanitary Boards
Will Meet in Guthrie
Tha following Is the programme of the
7tTtli annua! neetlnc of the Interstate
J . jsJt!"" of r.'ve St" Sanitary boi.rds
L hel.t a 0"U.rfc reptemiier 12 to
VS. The officers of the .usoclatiMi are
W. P. Smith. Montteello lit. president;
W. J. Moore Ban Antonio. Texas vlee
president and S 11. Ward Si 1'iul. .Min-
nesota secretary and treasurer
Address of welcome on b'-hnlf of ter-
ritory. Gov. T. B. Ferjjueni.
Address of welcome on behalf of city.
Mayor J W. Duku.
.Reply. Dr D. P. Luekey State Veterl-
t ary of Missouri.
President's annual add'eec W. P
Sn 1th. .Montlcollo IlllnoW.
SccTelarj'-treasunjr'B annual report.
Appointment of commltteees.
VMcuIar Erantliqmn. Dr C C Lamb
Stnte Veterinary. Colored-
Stale Control of Tuberculosis Dr.
Leonard Ponreon State Veterinary
O Inflnturr. Dr. D. F. Luckey. Stat
Tho Importance of the nupport of the
county tnttWlaU to tho elate Veterln-
nrvvn. Dr. J. O. Ferncyhouijh Veterinary
Malleln test as a dtngnoetlr In Inclpl
ent Glanders. Dr. L. C. Tttfiiny. umlnlant
stato Veterinary. vwinois.
LoOo nwl lnveetiftutlon Vr "! II
Glover Fort Collins t-nloradn
Reports of Committees
On Mullein toet Dr D F Ln. k.
Statistic ne-traniiiinliilUy of Tii-
berct lorlu from an'mrls in m n T't "
A Can uhrrt Ala.
Llhe and open aeason Hr I F I wk-
Five minute talk of I. Ho Stok Coi-
dilioriM In Various utat' be. trvmtiei k
Election of OTieere
Place ot next mcetlne
Tjlx.Uve Broiro Quinine the worM wide
Cold Cutis removes the cause. Coll for
the full name and look for aignatur of
E W. Groe tte.
Editor nt tho Qinhrle lally Leader
Ieiir fir In reply to tlio article In
oiir p.iper of yeterdav ovtnlnR headed
'Mr. Hepburn llacttpednln 3ies d l-
low and then ruenww himself ' 1 doom
thi t In Justice to myself u well ne to
the public tenemlly true explanations
rerdlnR the pnent troubles existing
In the City Cnum II are neceesary
1 win Inrorind jejU'rtlav afternoon
oor tho telephvwo by Dr Hlxon tlm: he
in renponelblo fr nnd would stand be
hind tho nrtlile in jriterdny evtrlng's
Leader. Thrfoio liolli!ns that me ob-
)tt of .he Lender Is to anlve at tho
truth of thf hol m itter I take this
method of itdvM ijr votir r-'idtra of tho
facta as I am oopeniini wltfl them A
to ilie trouble In the council. In tMt I
h.ie taken no pint wh.itexer bellevlngr
it to h a ptrenni.1 matter bet Weo W. T.
Walker en the one lde and O i uv
md Dr Hlxon on the other. 1 have ttl-
alwaya done all In my power to naalst Dt.
Duke and his Hd-nfntxtrntlon In ron-
diictlng the arTfllre of the city of Quthrf
In a manner that would b a credit to
th'in and an honor to those ;ho elcet-
d them. M astoclHtlon with lit. Mlr-
on have bc-cn nios pleaeunt ar.d asxpe-
nblo. and why ho ulthout Hr.y no' Ice
should vmt hl iplccn uixn rro throuirh
the cohimiid of tho Lender In his most
choice BininKKPite Is nomcthl-iff "'t I
In his article In ysirdjy ifternoin's
Lender Dr. Hlxon nuikc sivcril t-
uunls nmong which aio ih- followlnn
"The fliets are smpl it"e it the lnt
in ret In of th citv co'mcil Hepburn
wae nuked as to the Irim.ltv of nurjc-
Intr the separate city fund Into one reu-
erul fund He said It would bo un easy
wi.y out of tho difricu;t nnd would be
all right. He said this to Dr. Hlxon. the
city treasurer and six other counclltnen
!Tpon tho advice the back bills were al-
lowed and an o-llnunce drawn covering n
gereral fund for the piyment of all
hack bills. The city attorney whs present
rtntll the end of the aokslon. lit Hlxon
auggoeted that no warrants Ik Jrnwn by
th citv ckrk nntll a wiittin opinion
bo h.id from the city attoim for the
prf.ei'lni cf the cuunt'l .ind trcasvrer
Thin wis atisented to by the o.her coun-
cllnien " No such stuteinepts were
ci: made by rae. Th staton.ont mad
by Ir Hlxon to the repn "ntatlVe of
the Lonr to thnt offt it Is nbsoltr'ly
u qtutllflodly and maliciously false and
the falsity of Hi statement was well
known to Dr Hlxon nt the time It as
made Farther on In his artiste In thtt
Leader Dr. Hlxon sjjs. 'Herburn ap-
pears to be a lobster " "He balls up
everything he. does " ' He niuirt be In-
competent." "After ndvlfcln? that tho
conned was lytteeedlnE: legally lie waits
several day ard cotns ocroen w'th' tha
oplnlcn fiat we cannot enrc-r the ncwir
ate funds into a general fund und Issuo
warrant. Tills means that the council
rmtat hold another session awl o e'l lt
work over before creditors: cm got shelr
An to the statement tljat I advised tho
city council tha It w proceeding legal
ly In the matter that Is absolutely false
ae above itated As for the charge that
I am a "lobster" and "incwnipetent" I
am of the opinion JudBi K trom Hlton'a
nctkuie obl a councllmun tor the past
few months and ep.cinlly from his 'at-
tempts" in the mttter 3f these clilms
that he la a fur better uuthorlty on
totute; than on "coinpeienc) " My
t tlona aji .i public offlclul have aluaya
t on open an J aboxe bo-ard mid I fully
r.nllre that as a public servant tiny re
nil urn to comment
The facts regarding the allo anew and
pnwnent of UHk !aitns aRHlnrt th. t it
of Guthrie und the connection the iliy
if'omcy or lir Hlxon la hid In the
nmttr are j. followi"
IT Hlson his repeatedly made the
statement and makes the stun ment row
Mint he Is lr fa. ci of turning all laims
uguinet the city of Guthrie for ihe uuei
nionths of the fhcal jtjir 1U4 nto judg-
ment Ho Is in favor of these clilms
b I tig so disposed of knowing tin t at
present and for the past sral weeks
theje liaw bet n cash on hand In the city
treasury to pay two-thirds of these ont-
kt.inding claimK and well knowing that
there will bo nough co looted lrom de-
linquent tax' of 1M1 to jay all or mar-
ly all of the htlunce of suid clilms Di
Hlxon has i.piutedly infoimid me mil
others that part lea holding claims
igilnst the city were wiling to wait un-
til theee laxck eie collected ruth.r 'hur
IO take Judgin nt ugnlnst the uy ;.nd
iiol.i the une for three a s Aft r
Hit Bowel Troubles of
AMt nitft(lnn. Ptfnlla
ECTHIrOWlIHsi)yM Ihe Bowels SficnAiiM
h.- it- k -j . the Child and Msltta
wfs wij a vmm m rn&mi. teethino easy. v
Ortnslt SS csats U O. J. MOFPETT M. DM ST. LOUlS. MOJ
Mothorl Hesitate no longer but save the health sntf lllfe ol
your enua as znousanaa nave one oy giving tnose powaera
TEETHINA la easily given and quickly counteracts and over-
comes thoolTcctsor the summer's heat upon teething children.
MfcfsvStmt knI B m m m 1 1 k Lwi
narntory. openg Sept
cuollon pipe organ
open I'm en is onn
Htocklioff plnno. Towers voice College and College Pre-
U Sheltlld. vtle( Hurff vlolta MeKte gymnasium; elo-
Anmi C. Cairns St. Louis. Summer music sohoel now
telegraph and enter daughters at otiire.
ii ll' III i . mm .
W.iM. BfOnson. L C Bronson.
BRONSON & BRONSON
farm Loans Insurance Abstract
Utiy complete abstracts of ttle in Logan County
ju pay ii-tereat and principal at our office.
UiclL'st aui -'rijest insurance agency in Oklahoma
aadwsAvc. GUTHRIE OKLA.
THE F.YAN-GARDNER FIGHT.
(By AsbocJated Prosa.l
Colma Cat. Aug 25 Jimmy Gard-
ner the New Bngltwd feather wght
ami Duddy Uyn ot Chicago the bard lh" mfc "'" n'-11'' 'f 'P-.tedu i.i
lowing something bs than ?5 009 of
th se Wi!. and ord' ring the city clerk
to draw warrants for tnc same uion the
monej Ihen in the hands of the 4lty
troauri r Immediately upon the passage
of th oidlname Dr. 111 ai e nd
mHle the FUgg-etlon tc the tmnc tha'
there was no use of Uviiik a meetlns; of
the citv council next Thursday evening
and that he desired the council to ad-
journ until aTwcok from Thurmluy. Tho
council at that time wna Informed b tho
city attorney that it could not adjourn
oer a rcgulnr meeting and Immediately
thereafter the council adjourned. Vvith
id two minutes after the adjournment
Dr Hlxon without any authority In-
strrcteJ the 6ity clerk not to issue the
warants provided for by the ordinance
Jutt pawed until he had seen the city
treasurer In the rror'lntj
T'teaday evening the day following
the meeting of the city eouncl. the city
treasurer came to my office and pre-
sented the following letter1
Guthrie. Ohla. Aug. 2!. 1MK
Hon. James Hepburn C'-y Attorney
Guthrie Oklahoma. Der.i Sir. I hav
'liecn notified by the city !erk of the city
or Guthrie that the city council In special
scselon held nt the city hall at S o'e.ock
p. m. August Jl IMS patted an crdl-
luvnce transferring bulajiree remalnlnir
to the credit of the H series funds In the
amount of JI.S31.S3 to the ere Jit of the
general fund with the oblcct in view of
Issuing warrants against said goneral
fund ti partially pay claims which Iiavo
been passed uron nrd nllrwed by said
council as a whole in rwymeti' for ser-
vice perfonned for said city of Outhrle
during the killer part pf the Fiscal year
Your official opinion nnd advice In
wrttlrig is requerlod as to the ptoper pro-
cedure in this matter and In the eent
tho transfer above spoken of Is made I
would like your Instruction us to the
proper disposition of future tax col-
lodions of tho year 1304.
You will fuvir me by giving ynnr opin
ion at the earliest possible moment cry
truly yours. C. II. Havtghorst. City
After reading the letter I Informed the
city treaturor that the clt louijcll to
expedite matters and ae him con-
siderable woik had ddnf z his nugcs-
tion In thf . at of tne claims and
thai he well knew whon ho and Dr Hlx
on submitted tre proposition tha: It wu
tccluticnjly II egjl and t) ild only go
through !f no otjetioi p n d by
the holders of thse I iim bi niN'Stlf
The i ity treasurer informed m tha" ;o
carry out his own proposition he de-
sired the baiking of the r-it attorney.
and was Informed that he would ge" no
backing lioni tHs office to c r-y on: an
111 giil pioponltlon Imn 1l..ttl 1 trtms-
mllted t th. city trensu"i a letter oi j
which th. following is a .npv
C It Havlghorst Esq T y Troas.
Guthrie O T Dear Sli Yoars of th
22nd Inst Informing ni' that ym )ao
bn notified liy the city clerk of the city
of authrle thit the city council in pc luj
session held at the city hall 8 00 p m.
August 21st lOciR passed an ordmi in o
transfeiTlng balance remnlnlng to the.
redlt of the ' 11" eerie fund In th
amount of 4 3S1 IS to th crclt of thi;
general fund with the ob t 'u mini of
issuing wuriants against
fund to partially ra claim.
ui outstindlng lpdcbtedni ss
1 believe this covers all the questions
ubinltted to me In your letter of tho
2Jnd mst.. however If yon should dislie
inything further In this or any other line
icgurdlnit the duties of vour office I
shall Oe pleased to assist vou at anv time
Veiy truly yours JAMBS HEPttFttN
These are the fnc's '3 f:V ns hc
relate to the city attorney on this mt-
tcr. Now !et t.s sea what c rtion
of Dr. Ilixon is in the matter. Dr. Hlx
on Insists that tt.OOO of claims against
the clij should be 'urntd into Judg
men .nt the city of O.ithrle pay swvn
per eenf interest Upon the same whldt
would amount to something like St 240.
ahtl I?r. jrtxofi also laVists tnat the hold-
era Of thtse clalma thnll ell their cli.lmt
agulnat the city of Outhrle to an OIla-
noma City concern at a discount ci ""
per cent which means a graft of 460
to lie taken out of tha pockets of thos
holding claims against the city at a time
wnen there Is money In the tre mirv
practically suillclent to cc.cr all eut-
etandrng dot n. tr. Hlson Is an hon-
est man. Ha was elected upon a n torm
ticket. He Is honest and he admits It.
therefor proof Is muieccsMary but Dr
Hlxon luta enter Into a deal with n
OkLihoma City conorn without author-
ity from tha olty council without on-
suiting the) other tneinbofla of the finance
committee as the two other members
know nothing whatever ns to this deal
Thi deal of Dr. Hlxon'. wn eonce'ved
in Iniiiuliy and born In a Hack room el
an Oklahoma. Cty lioiol. uid is si d'-al
that will skin (ho city of C.utbrie out
of $1260 twhl cash as well as robms
the claim holders of tllo olty out of JIM
that tdo are Justly cr-UUtU to nnd this
is done at a time when the monev is
lying idle In the olty treasury suiilclent
to pay two-thirds of these cl ilms and
well kr.Owihg ta.-'t there will no enotieh
come In from 1904 tnxos to pay the bal
ance In cash
Dr Hlxon sas In his nrt'cla of yester-
day that Tlix n his done more hnrd
woik u settle up tho old eltj ind' bt-edn-'
than any other man." I h iv no
aeslro wuntrve. to pit cl: any laurels
from the brow of ni n lend Ilixon bu
if itus viatiniint is ti ae why d!J he
Ititi'diii and ' w- piwil nn ordinum i
ul ' i ' iirf liioitii d b the lty alioi-
.m t) n i tli in. -non was referred to
tJ i ij tttorii- iii i written oplrlon
tic wi uht h.i lo I lir. me malt-i il-
! ill' K i" 'ni tl - n 1 did Dr Hixor
n'nidii ' l It old n in well kno ins
tl .t ii wiitt n e pirloii was to be ie-
inumli il f mil tlie it y attorney next day
oittlOK fighter who his been wtaa ng
btttles durinK tho lsat few
''lie i ity i nunc 11 uul ellier. Dl
I Hlxon as iinlrm.tn ol the na.'iiec nun
many btttlw rturins tho It few mUt lt h ol tglttii
months will fight here tonight before? n. t .ni iiow .noaKii . ( nt ia
the Lolmt Atmeuc club at 142 pounds I ""'" io . n.-vomj nn m. m i
Th.. niim will tut SA Kitfi net. n.jnt "f 'h " ' "' '" "" n '-ui
. . . . loctefd for the flee il ) u i'4 I ixt
to Gardner a. wiut-r. owinE to h' rtalAj MBln4 1r H WM
last fight with Rufe Turner ' m . u Uilm . m
-' ihi- ti
l 1! U I
'1 I I ill i:
i le Ik I 1
M ii t mi
i n t.tni-
t tin H il ir in
'ii 'h. -i nun
his i t iik in good faith and
i tl it an Tinion Mia to bo
ti did in i Htruct the clt
tin i i t r ordinance iu-
Mi itv link to iasue cettau
mil to i-Mi tti in un'il he w is
'h- i tn.inurcr lo do so
Hi K of the dry crun-
1 n in ..URCst whin
the bilK (jr Jul xiioiiid hive been al-
lowed a J people were waitng for thtlr
mot i i ui tie tuuiiive committee hud
met .iii' iHuU.d all July e lafms Di
Hlxon as I'luii.nnri of the tlnanoc citn-
mlttee demanded a week's further time
to make hit report for the solo and cnl
reason that he was unable to ngun up
Ul genua) a column of figures and get thu same ic-
wliii h ) ie Mill- twin In succession
been ;jasd ill on and ullow.il b ii 1
coum I .m i whole in ruynunt ot ni-i
iti fiilniniul fir said ci'v it i.mii i
rle duiint luMer pari of fl-cal u it(
I am nry that the pleu mt reli'o-ii
he re tc for. elslng b twi" ncse'f ini'
t ii othei inombers of Dr Duke s ofliinl
ul) have beon leip'urid h uy fn-n 1
ilixon wii'diy unit dullb.iaUly Iciac' on
iluit .ci i.eiuegi ni officiirmo but t Dr. Hixon lias thrcWH dowM
idM i in willing i to tic 'h gauntl t I am able und willing it all
Pale Delicate Women and Girls.
Tha Old Standard limvt i Tat. !
Chill Tonic drives out mala: i.t and
builds up the system .old by all uV ti-
ers for 3T years Jiee Su oents
l . ly tl'.lSUtel e" i
I : -I l "Il el i i I av il' t'n
h . id incJ u'l the moiii tluit
1 i le I flc i l 1( llllyi ill I IX.
n'iceo into one gcieul fund
ii i on
won l 1h
i i Weil
ml w ii
ii thi matter ant ini'i'riH to pi K It tip . I hie found by
wfi r ibove . pol-1 n e f ' expeiiem i on evrul occcsIoik i n
Iil like a? m-tiii tlmw puoli ofil iai can ever iimke mistalt
ltt 'm i of fut in t.iJh tellini- the lax payci- ! the i" ii
! 1 i i itn lie truth the w ul IMH ' '.
1 1 I J ill i I clll I g b'lt the l-Utll J leie tfll'b
will i. -Ii. iiv ...iai- o.ir J4M12B HKfULR-x-
First Day Important I
Re-member that la it highly Impoi.ant
that pupils enter eehool at the ery be-
ginning of the term Rr. Joseph's Aoa-
deiriy will reopen Tuesday September I
This is the olde-tt Ac.ideiny of lesaminCT
In the Territorlee and hn an eetabtjebed
nai.io for thorvUgb work ind remjed
training. Terms very reaso table and ac-
commouatlons excellent Ihe additional
room ired by the 'New Addition" and
the con lenience aftsvrded liy other IMS-
provemen's will actd much to the com
fort of ail A large number of students
he ye ailieady secured accommodations.
For itiuWgue or inform it ion aides
the aiOTintR uurBRion.
fit Josepi'i Academy Outhrle. Oklcx.
MURDERER BONE HANGED.
Rom4 Op. Aujj. S5 Jack Ikwiw.
wlayew of Zaeh Hall was lianncl hre
today Done hod hew tril for stay-
ing Zaeh Hall three Unies and finally
ws aentenieed to h hanKxl by Judge
Kite of the district eourt.
i lit m Ii iwn 111 11 It 11 rfinciil t ml to
J 11 the hack bills in qinMlm in Hlx-
11 liek Ihe II 11 11 ip H inr ar 11 lhe
1 v lllll I flu ' in.. 'ill I mi 1
1M Hlceit and iln in'm . l il i .
tr. iM.rer tk it th 'islttn Ii lei ro
vl.Kd the procemre hi whl.h 'n. e UIU
hoyld be paiel ant il M ihe nu.ite r
suggtted by hi 11 M hi '.iiiK II
I ilvn n
ol- I opinion ul
the e t
is made n w
as to the 1 '1 i
1 oil 1 Mini 1
It aiis-w 1 0
rmire 1 pioi.ejiu
ill lias in uittioiiti to m-Mi'. thi ity
IiiiiMiru to place ..n moucji to the
lle-illl of the (f.llelal tUllii fol the n.ein
I'lil till 11 Ul Il ' 'l. eej I1..1 V t-
nt 111 ii nt 'n (mills und 1 i1. ur
till pixlM( . ' I t ihe llt Olllli i Mild
1 iaki a !e ii h e ir tor thc-c f'i uli
it tleo prolde- that ail mon.is oolhit-
id .ni'l pseev'd ov r to the citv trcaauier
shall be by Mm apportioned lo the .ni-
logul Or Hlxon p eeiiiint'on Wi thnt'u funds thereby created In proportion
It would slnipbf mm i i id .ne -hi ' the various levies for the year for fjARg for each and evary nase Of Ca
eiiy Treasure r u gr. e il out til iim- ! wiiit-ii oce lam wei ji. ui in HiuT e h
State of Ohio City of Toletlo. Lucas
Fraxii' J Cheney makes oath that he
Is senior pa'tnvr of tho firm of F J.
Cheney & Co. (loins business in the
OKj of Toledo County and Stata
foresaid and that said firm will pa
the sum of ONE HUNIOFUiD TOL-
SOMETHING YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR
m rouwinr woik and the he bill wmiii' be
pulii miich eiuliku than t ley w niul b-
b follow Ing the riHiilrii nlil mil by Min-
ute I Infortneil In Hixor that al-
though his mctooil mi .lit l.e the be t ami
quicker It was teihiil Hi lie g it b t If
the holder tf these eli mis nui.ie no ob-
jections to this method that i iiij
itloiuey would mime iii ol j.K'lii'iiee pro-
ildtd the matter Han not r.feired lo mc
tor a. legal Jplnton. but it stie-h wire dune
I would Vm compelled lo luiiil thi t M "Vukl
ioi be legally Uone I'vmc this imler-
ilumlliig nod inn i mini il heb u annlous
O see tlitiese 0I4IUIS paid as apuilv as
sslble the cll eoiiiii II met ind pusm il
in ord in une C K d nv . r Hlxon n
tutlrman of the ttnume commllt al-
m Kswia i sssjssMaaaJS njfj jcpgt
liuiv Vigor. You know
nrnu heiip nHHc iivni u.... v
- AfO. -- " V.4 IIIVIII) JfleSld V
0JF 'Mm C " your looks! Then restore the
color; keep young! Ston vour
hair from fallinc out and make it f
nrmv Inna anr4 tiaout 1 C. IverCa.t
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IBr.1i IVikI eenh lia nueail Kv tbA lias
now 111 your hands colli etl for the n -
v sho-ud be. by o 1 appoiiione-1 to of Hall'a Catarrh Ctire
the varloua funds of thtt Keur in pro I FRANK J. CHHNEY
portion to th. ev- of the yeat itu4 Th' Sworn to hefere me and aubiorthed
city council U also authorised t stt'-jn wy prcsflnoe. thl8 fJth day of D
uto that In all cases wi.eie tne iv 1 . ....
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A. W. OLIWSON
(Seal ) Ni-tmry Ptthiic.
HtH'a 'Catarrh Cure U tftlort icter-
bahiiioe of money r-nvilnliu tc the- cred'l
of an one eif tie ild funds '' t!.i 1 t
mid uiinre einary fot tin1 ivii)lm of h j
expenses legally charge ible ! -1. 1 1 ml
and in r the obitganons ..u j naHy and aqts tJIrooily cm the blood
in msw.r u cm- - 1 mW .saiq for e6li8nlala free
10 pmie.1 dispoiitioi 'f run 1 t.x ci- P J OHENBV & CO.. Toledo C
i..iion ..f -he M 1 1 1 1 m - i 1 1 soi-1 by all Prvjatfcts 15c.
ii meme-iv ...ii ng bno v mi ii i i.i f..n i rave n8ig Farnlly Pills for coast!
tax roiii-iimm- lor m let (ill im let
by you apiioi 1 1 ml n -.u nui-
ln piupoitlon 'o h i i.e k.iin for
lhai ye i Wbe i ill outkisiaJi ig ihlrn
have liern pant a eliiM mij (cml i
lUlill ( 1 h 11 1 14 .1 111 'el !- I
1 Jlillv I 111 it! f. 111 M.l.cl flll.il I Hli
ImlilU 111 it lU Of lie Hi veiUlle ll tO
IllSHll I Mill t i e -I I )l .Ml! 'Il- l 111
Uei lllle! tl tll'ill I j eHy 1. Ij. fi
or ftiiielv kiii -' (.ii uli i'ii i i j
You Make No Mistake
When you ue m In your kitchen It
kseru Ui tereacuj of Ve dtllv moi.l
The beet for 11k'" O beet for fuel-
It is i great ej)terrl fer Outhrie and
U- ahovM. be liberally patratttasst
Somth-ing-Ilvery Business Man and
Farmer Finds Need of Every Minute
FACTS - FORMS
A Hand Book of Ready Reference
Offered Free to Subscribers of
The Daily Leader
Oklahoma XOeeKly Leader
This offer is to Mail Subscribers only. But Oity Subscribers can have the book by sub
scribiug Three Months ensh in advance.
Every person sending $3 00 will receive the Docily Leeuler one year and one
copy of "FoLcts and Forms."
Every peiSon sending Fifty (50) Cents will receive THE OKLAHOMA WEEKLY
LEADER one year and one copy of "Facts and Forms.'' Old subscribers to either the Daily
or Weekly can avail themselves jjf this offer. ' Those in jlrretirs are eligible as soon as all ar-
rearages are paid.
This is a Great Offer
It Holds Good for Thirty Days Only From August i5
A Neat New Practical
Reliable and. up-to-date little .manuel
of leoal and business forms with tables
welfjhts measures rules methods of
computation and miscellaneous Informa-
tion valuable to everyone.
Describes the. Banking System of the '
U. S. Obligations cf Landlord and Ten-
ant Employer end Employee and expos-
es the numerous swindling schemes
worked en the unwary. '
Reduced cut of book.
Full size 4x inebes.
A Saverof TimeandMojiey
for the busy msn of whatever calling. In
fees for advice and tojal forms In cor-
rectly estimating the amount of material
required for building the weight or con-
tents of bins boxes or tanks; In measur-
ing land I urn bee logi wood etc.; and In
computing Interest wages or the value
of anything at any given price.
Some of VVhaa "Facts and Forma" Contains
BOOK-KHHriXO BY SINGLE AND DOUBLE BNTltT. FOIU1S OF EVERY KIND OF BUSINESS LETTER FOHMS
OF OltDEnS. HOW TO TtITE DEEDS. NOTES. DRAFTS. CHECKS. RECEIPTS OONTHACT8 LEABES. MORT-
GAGES. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. BILLS OF SALE AFFIDAVITS. BILLS OF LADING. ETC.. ETC. HOW TO WRITE
ALL THE DIFFERENT KdRMS OF ENDORSEMENTS OF NOTES CHECKS AND OTHER NEGOTIABLE BUSINESS
Qulldlno and -orn AsteclaHons
Collection of Depts Contracts
Interest Rates Deetilrg c( Pi-epeety
Employer and Employee
Landlord and Tenant Neighbors' Animals
Line Fences Property
.. . Subscriptions Transportation!
Working on Sunday
AND MANY OTHER SUBiECTS
Painting and Mixing Paints
Governing the Finding of Lost Property
oGxernlng Chattel Mortgages
Rapid Addition and Muitlpllcaton
Ditcountrg Notes Comp- ting Interest
Flrnllng the Gcntetnts of Barrels Tanks
Cisterns Cribs Bins Boxes Unythirg
The Amount of Brick Lime Plaster
Lath required for Building Wail or Ceilsr
The Number of Shingles or Slats
required for Roofing.
AND HUNDREDS OF OTHER THINGS
A SWINDLING NOTE BE ON YOUR GUARD HUNDREDS HAVE BEEN CAUGHT.
One year after date I promlsa to. pay to John Dawson or bearer Fifteen Dollars wlt-i I sell by order Five Hundred
and Seventy-five Dollcrs (5576) woth of. hedge pltnt tr value reewved with Interest at even per cent.. Sa d Fifteen
Dollars when due Is payable at Newtcn. Kansas.
GEO. W. ELLSWORTH
Agent for John Dawson
SEE "FACTS AND FORMS'' FOR F.iLL EXPLANJtT:oN.
Value of Foreign Money
Distances and Fares frcro New Yo k or
Chicago to Principal Cities of U. S.
Wages by Week or Month Ready Reck.
Cords of Wood In Pile ind Value
Value of Coal Hay Straw etc.
Interest Laws and Statute of Limitations
Interest and Builders' Tables
Business Failures . U. S. -. 19C3
Immigration to U. S. Cost of Wars in
U. S. Army and Navy Pay Roll.
Civil War Statlsties
Union and Confederate Losses In Battles
' ef the Civil War
Religious Denominations of the World
Cities In U. S. of 25.000 and Over
Money n Circulation in U. S.
Here ere a Few Questions Fully Answered and Explained in Fa.cts and Forms
Are yea a lleiloex Man and cannot answer :bemv If you cannot setter get a Copy!
How is money tent Uy ttiSKrapli'
How do you determine the leneth of rafters for a roof?
How do yen; fuid the eeight of a tree?
la miking paints Tvhat colors do you use to set bottle green?
What are the requirements for enlisting in the U. S. Army?
What Ave thine are noeeeaary U constitute a valid contract?
I a husband bound to pay for necessaries furnished nia wife tgalan his orders?
Wfcat oontro-ete carinot be enforced?
What contracts must me in writm-'
If ft Prp ts Uked fer a oertalu time and before the time expires i dismissed without cause can he recover
for the vrhnle term for which he was hired?
Under wlMWt-oirs)iaiaace may letter ctitute a vontrtt'
What is a negotiable irtHe? How le it nesoUated? .. .
Is It neceeswry to present a nolo tor payment 'n ccder to make its maker liable?
What should every receipt show?
What tea raised check?
ID wUat case will the drawer' of a cheek be liable fee a rasped amount paid on it by the bank?
In what tbreo states it New VH's day not s Usral holiday?
Wfcea is a notice t unit aeofry to make tenant j;le up posaesaion?
Is 'he ae-cei.tnce of a rank check by a creditor a payment of the db'
rtter what clrcumoes Is thu jnner of a nl4neAii e animal responsible for any damace lt may do? ...
Rhat It the ctneral tow at to the rHhta anS dutieu of the Under of lost property
Is a laborer bound to work on legal heMoJuV
How e "be wmfitim- mm mutual 'UvjeMSO" worked T
Wht le the name ef tho trreoteet Awerlcsm truet. and whac la the amount of Its credit?
What is discount?
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