The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 16, Ed. 1, Saturday, August 26, 1905 Page: 4 of 8
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J!01' QUTHRIE OKLA SATURDAY. AUQU8T 26. 1W3.
V a """ "" " "l Traaafc
BY (LESLIE G. NIB LACK.
ftCEMBRn OF T1IB ASSOC1ATBD VIIBSS
vU ii i ii- i i i i i
abllshed ever aftern-Km from The
trader bwiWltie 107 Wett Harrison
avenue and entered at the Guthrie
roatoflle as Beeond Class Matter.
Per week by carrier 10
rer montn uy earner .......... . 15 '
rer year uy earner in mtoiwo o w
Ter year by mall.ln advisee 4 001
The Leader la a member of the Aseo-
fiUinl rrs and receives the day tele-
rraph report of that btu ewg orsantza-
Uoa far ejelualve aftemoen puMteutleti In ne
Gut brie and miles radlu. une
Ntw York Office. Temple Court.
Chicago Office b7 Waihlngton St.
Mo. i Kat.. Bulnet 75 Editorial M.
ATK. Valley Euslneu 7St Editorial 69.
MvrirD to BtinsnRlHKIlS.
JiVlS'rSlundearable B the ..ate department
ated. Mierlpers are urged k J"?: '
vaediste complaint to the bsmlneee office
la person by "phone or by maH. I
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SATURDAY. AVGUST 26 19.i
the compre Now f.r the
Tho f mint il muddle
ffltit Ii hh t nu
" " hiiTi a nic rally fh d k nned P"is ri If
it attornej c i the ad.cr oflhe is aip inted to a huh plate In li
T i K v n ill ruToatoi
'im o nmnc to hinwlf
doiilulf K' ep
With the app-rach of ""! weihti a
movement should he placed on foot to
"pen a tioom for Guthru.
Council Attorney Heplm n and Ooitn-
c Imhvi Hixon will now rise and sing.
1 e Cot a Feelln'. fer You "
The Chinese boycott 's unofficial
the eorvcrnment says. What we want
per hero la a boycott that i iner-
Since the Jnps are calling It a "relm-
1 nrsement" Instead of an indemnity
t lb thought tliat Russia w!Jl consent
o pay it.
In Cuba tho Aloderates and the Na
tionallsts have made a political deal
and parceled dut the offices
Cuba Is i
People aro still guessing how much
JoBn !). Rockefeller Ib worth. Mtas
Ma Tarbell suggests thirty cents
Tho Russian envoys have ogre! 1
surrender Port Arthur. Thus Is
Stoessal vindicated after so loni; a
The envoys. at Portsmouth can talk
In four tongues but so fr they do not
seem ahle to make peaco In ono.
The Saratoga Incident shows that
John Wanamaker also has an ambition
to go down In history with Washing-
ton. A cablegram says that two hundred
Americans are stranded In Prance.
There-are more than that stranded I In
tho United States if It meanB that they
An exchango aays President Rooae
velt is using shirt-sleeve diplomacy
with tho peaco envoys. Do you mean
he is laughing In bis sleeve or that he
has another card up his sleeve?
Perhaps It Is Just as well that cir
runi&tancos bavo taken Chaunccy De-
pew out of politics. With La Follette
h the seanta chamber Chauncey would
i.ever again have been reminded of a
funny storv anyway
The 1 iwrence World piiuts an art!-
fit headed If Henry SI Stanley
should Come Here" If Ilemy tf.
Stanley should come to I.areuce It
would make the biggest news Item of
t1 f yen Stanley has lcen dead a
Ili'.sci ii !sam ia)n he want t- live
t "rea h a hundred " Mea iwhlle
howevr i he will continue to leach
twenties and itns and this not een
ii .spin i:" the plebeian uin- dollar bill
i ordiuurv commerce.
What U 1 he effect or uai and iu
(nal di-ordir uiKin R'i-sms exterior
trade an ) inurior indium is showu by
i rcett Washington ri"ii which Maya
ihdt dining the flrst lom months of
(he cal iidai eai iuipons hie fallen
off 27 pei (cm compattd with the
-anift uiuiiihs of the pmeding year
while ixpuiiH lining th same peiiod
iie bin pei tent in imchs of the
imports The decline in iiiiimitd is due
if coui to Hie liiibllns i liny and
ci.nmu . ami a declini in ximjHi' of
rnaiiufftniiu s and the !ii- HntUn
" 'nsul-i n Idpaj meautinii j m itut
'h- tra ! of that coumiv hs been
Riilou I afltcied by ill. ui The
xtra iax buideni are b : uung to be
f- ll b w I lassen of petune
The )n 1 1 ins i in io authorise the ap-
propHo i 5 millions for good
rjada n i lie sidt- of 'aw York which
the pe. i. w II ithtM- accept or i eject
at the n-.i u- t o i has the endorse
nt generally of the oerryapcr of
riai oinKiou wealth. Rome tim ago
f riaie voted J"1 millions to. the
mrw TirTMii miii iimM mum 1111
construction of a bartje canal but the
"howspfcpw exjts tltf opinion dW
tllS trsod roids will do more (or the
stale ttsT) the new eanal system New
York has already spent many millions
of tWllars In Ihe Imnravtrneiif of its
roads wh le whatever encouragement
tft good roads htovetnatit has bad o
Kansas ha ben from private Mure
However the stsle It awing the art
viaimmy oi ennaunp risen in uie cause
of good roads which is tt Itself very
The Tads developed from Hip
Loomls-Bowen itroversy led to the
dtsntlsm! of Rvwen. btit they sIbo
made the continuance of Loomla la
atate department undes.rable. At
time Bowen was dlsmlsst-d the
impress on prevailed anion those well
Informed that it would have been au
ennnlh wise step to have ashed for the
re'Rnatlon of Mr Looml. The ones
tion is now being aslcd in regard in
th latter If bis record makes htm
whv not In the diplomatic service also?
His offense nais the Buffalo Com
1 ii rcial 'were rall
Milan thfe of Bovrn
th'-y showed a
rrr:iwofiil lack of sorinnilr?itv and of an-
'I mm atxn of whar lii- rmntry's honor
'''manded of him The r tlenee ni"j
lii' ha e h"?n stiff cm nt t cunvirt hi n
liitiinninn to.'.i a tirt of juvtirt his ntvi allium
j-iii!)-. nn.i in" esiaiilixb'd hit. ir d
i lolnat C 1l Id '11'
u ur. i n- to h i
- ii w 'I av iliHt
1" 'M mail'- '
is no que i n
tin public will
i in cial.e lias
IN THE WORLD.
No nati in no people no ruler has
The chance to do what Japan Is ex-
pected to do for Ala The great nutb
tion In connection with he war Is-
Will Japan can Jnpnn d for Asia
what all other forces have thus far
failed to accomplish?
It .s hard for the neople of tho Oc
cldent to remember the real condition
of the Orient It remains as it was
hundreds of years ago. except In lim-
ited arens whero Brit sli rule has efe
vated the condition of life. A writer
In the World's Work snys:
"The saddfat fact that the widel;
traveled or widely read man finds on
the earth Is the condition of Asia. The
greater part of the human race live
yet uahelped by the sanitary me-
chanical economic and soolal discov-
eries whereby life In the Western
World has ueen freed to a degree
from plaguos and famines and poverty
and abjectness. Those swarming mil-
lions of our fellow creatures miss most
things that mako life worth living as
we regard Itsuch as reasonable safe-
ty from hunger and want reasonable
labor and reasonable freedom -a
chance for a child to grow to full stat-
ure to live a normal number of years
well clad and well fed and to onjoy
also a fair degree of Independence In
mind and character. During tho few
conturlos that wo have enjoyed these
things. Asia has hardly changed at all.
And China romalns In a similar con-
dition Japan's rise to power mils a
nw force at WOfk a M m
The most Important question that
touches the lives of hundrods of mil-
lions of men Is whether the Japanese
cau do for the Oriental nations what
they have done for themselves and
what no Western people cin do break
up their stagnation and lift them to
the Western level In health In normal
activity and in opportunity They are
akin to the CMiieae race In thought
and language and religion; and they
are much nearer than any branch of
the white race to the other Ab'atlcs
Their ambition too urges them to this
This much at lent h ttue when as
there was no hope of Europe's awaken
Ibk Asia to a healthful and active ox
laience there Is now a chance I hit the
Japanebe may do tins :rfat taak In
the courne of the coming centures
and it Ih the greatest tabk of huunn
htlpiuln that i irtntei in th.-
c .i.lition ol mankinl-io lut half ihe
hmi an race from siaui.sut sadiu -t
Into In ilihful acl I'm '
REV J W."McATEE S FAREWELL
Interesting Program Will Be Rendered
t Biptitt Church
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list In. i li il It . in v II - ii - of
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ldi. - .ii iii J N Kuu
.ilii"- -iiii.i y tchol upcil itvr.Jcnt
t'Urk TenipU ton
Add e from B Y V I' "i P m
ddieg on U-.nlf I A ikl MOviuiy Jr
Oiarge- Ke. Mi te.
t " Ml -lit'V ImmIoii
Hiayer-C I J.lriitfn
Schoal Baai netiaiwea.
At 'bo n.idliui k ofllee Kvhiy in f..
kiikiiiK i"muU woi' r gU'eixt No 1 ta
". ImlubiM-. Ulxiili 1 n 'ayiiu c unity
in Hie nun ..r IttUO. . 1 ou trine 'J-
'itoi H. Woodwind ".iiuiy in ibe -uir
f tl5K No mil .'. .ofiliig I'IhiiKi 1
.Mkl.l ....Hlj IU -UHI ul V
Clierry Pectoral. The
one great cougn medicine for the
whole family Doctors recom-
mend it for colds in the chest
hard coughs the grip and night
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CORSETS FOR THJN GIRLS.
Tliey prt Rf Itylrt Thcmtetvet 'rf'
V.o?K a Remarkable Transftrmatn ''
There la advice RBloro for the tUln
crl who wants to lotrtt plump btit lr
tlo beautifying spetsinttats n tho
wotld canibtned tswi't cut off her
starp angles so well as one good cox
Tho up-todat corset for the too
slender maiden Is a viJoa to dellat
the eye. Its dainty Balances is enough
to make her fat sister envious; ai.J
best of all It does IU business wuil
The foundation of tho stays is built
M the sheerest silk batiste and genu-
ine whalebone. Across tho bust is a
scriea of very "by full pleated frills
edpet' In sumo casos with real lace.
The sarao schceno Is carried out
over the hips only here the frills are
veiled rattier loosely with plaia ba-
tirte. so that the skirts may fit vrlt'i
that exquisite smoothness necessa'y
cen In thij day of very full kirn
The effect of this corset on a th
body is a glorious transforms! lot.
She who has compared her figure to
a well made hatrack need do so no
longer; for with this befrilled ktay
she ran turn out well rounded .luts.
A- d all it costs la from $S up New
One Way to Worry a Credi'cr.
Or.hnarllv when a del tor afpcrj
ttior" a lone-time creditor in f ' t a
go thtie is no qrebtiotung of tiij
i Lrltt Slates ccln in whh the lt
I la tn YA rifllil K if fn i!1a nriol ill".
tts pjpei-sd by an arbitrary crdi-
iin in stipulating Jimt what cn'n a id
in what aniotintB he will rccehe pay-
rrtnt aro enough almost to discourage
Y'ou can't force a mean creditor ta
take raoro than 25 cents' worth of
nickels or 26 cents' worth of copper
cents. If you could get as much as
?3 worth of old silver three-cant
pieces of another generation you
ccnld unload 5 worth on him. Just n3
ho wduld have to take ?5 worth cf the
sl'r.ot flve-cent pieces and V worth
cf tho obsolete J0-cent pieces w"iich
made so much trouble In tha lata
'TO's. Dut you can pay out $10 In rll-
ter dimes end silver quarters anC sil-
ver half dollars; tho trade dollar of
which there aro a few still coming In-
to tho Treasury of the United 3t.itca
fcr redemption aro worth nothing
whllo the standard dollar Is an unlim-
ited legal tender as 1b the old "dollar
of our dads" tho first of which was
eolned In 1701 and the last In 1S73.
Coins that virtually have disappear-
ed from circulation nro gold ?3 and ?1
pieces the trade dollnr of silver tho
nickel three-cent plcco tho topper
two-cent piece the copper half cent
ind silver three and flve-cent plecc.
When He Met Her. '
James R. Keono Is a man of ttfn
words but can be as courteous as a
cavalier or os acridly sarcastic r.s the
late Mr. Whistler. It is told that tho
flt'anclor wa3 cornered In bis office
ontlny by a woman with a social
economy hobby who talked away
much of his valua"blo time aggravat-
ing her offense hy punctuating hnr ic-
murks with "And I know you're a very
nisy man. During a half hour Mr.
Kene had not a single chanco to got
In a word so voidable was Ills visitor.
Rut In telling of a surprise she had
experienced she said:
"Why Mr. Keeno my heart was In
my mouth. I couh3't speak"
"Marvelous!" exclaimed tho big op-
erator rising "I regret It was not my
pleasure to have met you then"
Ho bowed her ouL &
The Woman Bewitching.
"All ladies who eoma to church in
th new -fashioned riding hoods aro
Ct'Mred to be here before divlr.e ser-
vice lest tbey divert the attention of
So rtad a notice lasued by the Kn
ilnctcn vestry ball when "Bed Rid-
ing Hoods" were In vogue. It i com-
fort lntf to know that the Taste- hoi-
net is not the only church disturbance.
It is said that the riding hood used
i.y omen during Queen Anne's r. sen
lo protect plllao riders again Jt lain
fiifibed the name for the story nt
I Ittle Rod Riding Hood." and that
thete hoods made woraun so a tt mo-
th a that tho above notice was uecesa-
try to preserve the dignity of tha
male portion of the congregation.
Russia bought from the United
States In 1903 twen'y million dollars'
worth of goods which Is double 'bo
ncrage of pievious years aiid sold
ihe United State nearly eleven mil-
lion dollars worth which la an In-
crease of 50 per cent over previous
Experiments show that a parsan
tneaktng Ih the open air can he heard
about as well at a distance of 100 feat
In (JOB! as he can at 75 fset to one
kbJ$4pT 30 feet In the rear.
Daring .he last decade American
oortu to China have Inorcued slxtold.
t iii.i'imin j .) luike of u botvi-' nfl
iH'in Kiii-Mil-M uiics. ietun)4 t Jtiy
fnMi. Kn-Kl.rb i wl he i lio.n (
.J. 1 Hib of Kni"1 il soliHi In tlt
Jllta liKou. I uvulry .luriin ihe hll
W4r. V..t IK Mr itt -i.l 1-Ijv Iw.KIHli
t)il)l' Mulling lil nil flit id und ..im-ruk-.
l)r J W l.td- Mi IIusIimi Wat
rsi. ill uf 'a nr n K
it.i -j i J.i in U W 1i".'i
rnltt-d fl'at Tim- hi h-r with hl
Wife. Xtait c 1hft thttvr'a rufenlA. Mr 1
wna Mr. s..'K Sesety Lfut. Whewler
Ha lately b lhitirr ta fVirt t -va-end.
to which point he now tror.e.
A blewlne alike to jrounp and (' Dr.
Fowler's Extrliet of WUfl atrawberry.
Mtiu' a. fpwtrtc for dycmt-y dtarrhoea
and sommet cotfipUint
LAWYERS HOLD MEETING
Bar Association Passes Res-
olutions on Death of
1h Lonvri Cju lty liar Hsoitailo-i
hud a nwetlnj thl i-nornlnB awl papaed
.ipprorrlHtt reaului.ins on the detili of
H.irry Thurston. hc hid bem Id'ntl
rMrf with toe bar fir lxten ye..m. Judex
W. B Hired pieile' cer th m"lng-
The following mribcia were ihnten o
mt n pull Bearfm nt 'o mirtl which
toil plate at 3 o'clrok ihi .iftern ion
.i-o M Green. D L Tit.lxf."" J.i i '
Hir-buni C A Bdiknir J H. Oii.i u
ind T F ItenlMt. Ji.
't hi fun-ral irvl-i! of t- 'lt II H
Triiaiuu wtrc I1 IU Un iun.i.n.i .t i
'lir ' n'ijh it h t-'it I-tiiiit(
hiireh cordi-r d I'v Hi V H R--t i
'I ) Lit n ii h laigo i '"'in' m i tri t i!f
l-il riil.tK'-l tif 111 Ih IfiVfft r ' lll I
lli Itmio ofl-rlnVf till t'lvpioliiH i id
In m'llul rhe t(iiMiii- fto" irrnif I in
fttirntnit ')rw in i ut;
r'.iin I. "bins i n s l boi'i l i.' 1- '
fast .M i Jinn a A 1S5T wn. ii h" I
spi ii i i li KHi ii. ini I Th i(f' ol
iii i ha iiionil with i'ie .Jimlly
in - K.t'ii" Mr "hiiKtiiii w is
iidi i i i.i to th - Ixir al Me iri' of a'"ie-
nii a tinff r-id I iw undt i H A J-w-It
Pirtnet mtmnter to Sprit n unler th
HuihHnaD admlnUiratlon He H-nt four-
teen yenm at Pittabutg going l-xini there
io Califciini.i nhcit he leir lined ii year
At the opening of Oklahoma be It-ft the
Facinc slope und came o tlie irrltoi- on
April iiml wbeie he haf tinea rci"Md.
ROOSEVELT'S DARING TRiP
Descends to Bottom of Long
Island Sound in Sub-
(By Aiaeectatcd Press.)
Oyster Bay Atig it. President Ro-we.
veil late yesterday afternoon made n de-
rent in Long IiMnd auund on Ixmrd tin
ubmurine tcrpado boat Plunger lie wu
aoonnt the vessel about throe hour. Ai
o.in ilm the little bout wua iibme' d
for fifty ml..nt-Hi an In t'nt time w
put tbiouKti oil of the aubmarm feat
of which she la capable. rhe presldem
expresod last nlgM hit. dellaht nt tlu-
novel experlfnco and said tli.it Iip was
Imtnensely Impieastd with the lo.it and
with lh manner In which ahe wos h ind-
led. In thus braving ha da'iK'.rs "f ni.-
rrarlne maneuveritiR tho pyldint h.i
endraretl himself to navil oilire-? and
men the world over and made I.IeiiiP-tant
Charlta 11 Xcimhi commander of th-
Plunner the prendMt and hirp'pt nan
In the lnltcd Sta'es navy.
For Cuts iiurns. Old Sores. Eczema.
Piles and all Skin Dlteases. there Is no
remedy equal to Hawkeye Family Salve.
26 cents. J. N. Wallace
HE JUST TOOK IT
How Tom Jordan Collected
a Debt at the Collins-
H. a Murbank of OUuivlle. I T.
la In the city. He give th iMrttc'il.ii
of the ao-caUnd b.nk m )iry there. Hi'
said: "Tom Jordan walk-d Into the Kirn:
Nat lor ll fti'ih ul C0lllns lllfl ThurtLi
afternoon tt S o'eloek urd dem.u dd
nxiii-y m the amount of H.'.'M which ht
1falnifd tckmsed to him. 1 hlv bciim u-
funtl he look in amount variously !tl-
m.iir at fi'Ji.i Ifuo tu l.:tM) at Die 'Hint
u a .tvol.tr M'er v--vurlti. th nii '
ai" nn.nr. -d a hcirsi. and roCe out t 'ur
p.H)tniv n lilrd ctoett .Inine w-k mju
Joi.t.m nhiip.d iiiie cmle io th"- K.i'i-
. in M muikii j id aold th'ii.. Iart of
Hi' .i ti vtte hiuiHuimU and .oi ."is.
iht prt.ipt.-i of imcthi'i nn IK it-lurnt-d
and It i K.ild Btr.iiahlt-rt-d evtiy-
thlnst "P Komi thins like tl mki of 111"
nioni v r.t"-it-i fr mi th - ftlf 1 tnc i it-il-
shlprtd to i.i'ini City raj ben hIi
up by tli' i oniiiiinlon houim nd i.tti
a fciw otlt-d to ihe Klrt National "link
of this place to be held ludlnt a art l le-
nient is 'o the ownership.
JjitLin to.Jf a toi'iiicr en ploy v and
wint iu tlit link wlifiio Oh.ulta Ct ii
Joi.lun m formci p.iriner wn tu'klrs' tUi-
ii" w nil CjdIw. i loitiiin. n. il if.i.an li J
lii- 1 r.0 Colliiiin deiiiuii"d out loi-
dtn locked hi- icol.-er uiu tto'eultreJ
io kill hlu mil he m tied to til le-
uuirds at une At la-i Juih:. toll' Col-
bum io slvt I ini ulmi waa If leK ind
if It w.ia i.x) muih he would send the
balonco back aa lit only waiived iht mon-
ey that wa toii.h.g to hbn aud not any-
hln Ik-IviikI-is to the tai.K
No Cort was nutUx to upproht-.id liim
a-ul 1-c r-de awav loiter n il-e ev nlnK
a imin by the njim- of Showm ootnie in
and auld ihi.t Jir.lni bad btM at hlx
houie and hid e ii been ivo.d tat li
a. ill HD") il.oii.
Nature's own lemedy for the iii
of Bright' Disease CouKtht'.n of the
Kidoevs. Bladder Trouble im optical
Swellings tiout Uravel Jaini Hit- lu
hU. SJeaiaafidneaa Nerousniss. F.
mu'f (Vunplaiuts anil IrreguUritles .'titl
Diseases of the Kidneys-
Blood and Urinary
Price. 50 Qents
J. N. Wallace' Pharmacist.
Read the Letters of Grateful Women Jryifflft
Cured by Dr. S. B.
Thousands of Testimonials
ceived Every Year.
An Ideal Medicine.
MISS LOUISE MATUBK
lRChurch 8 1. Ilurllngton
Vt. Vleo-rresldent Bnroau of
IJxoli an go wrl tes :
"Your medicine Is an Ideal
woman's medicine and by far
the best I have known to re-
store lost health and strength.
" I angered for several yArs.
My back ached I had tionrtnn
down pains ond frequent head -aches.
"t would often wake from
sleep In snch pain that I would
softer for hours before my oyea
would eloe agftln. I dreaded
the Ions nights as -well hb the
"1 consulted two phyfii-lanB
hoping to get relief. Findiup
that their medicine did not
seem to cure me a friend ad-
vised me to try I'err.na.
" I am certainly glad that I
followed her advice for Peru n a
waa the on-y medicine for me.
Bvery nohe and pain disap-
peared In fonr months and I
am In perfect health now.
"My earnest advice to suf-
fering women s to try Pe-
runa tor I feel sure they will
not be disappointed In It."
Mrs. Ii. E. Tyler Santa
Monica Cal. Secrotary Santa Monica
Musical Society wrltos:
ivas troubled tor over three years
with systemic catarrh complicated by
female weakness and Inflammation.
"This Induced frequent headaches
nervousness hysteria and sleepless-
ness which nothing could relieve until
I tried Peruna.
"I began to feel bettor after I had
tnhon the first bottlofttl and improved
from Week to week until at tho end of
about eleven -weeks I was entirely well.
"I am pleased to eay that I have
enjoyed splendid health now for nearly
a year. I havo a flue appetite enjoy
Bound plt-op and do not suffer from any
more headaches or other pains-" L. K.
Our Stock of
Is now in and we
Lewis & Clark
Portland Ore. June 1 to Oct. 15.
Ticltet8 sold os following days on)'
May 23 24 and 25. June 13. 14. 1
V 2S and 20; July 7. 8. 11 12 II
25 26 and 27; AugUBt 16 16 17 29
30 and 31; September 12 13 14. IS
27 2?and 2D Final limits 90 daya.
Stopovers allowed west of and luclud
Ing Colorado common points
Fare through California $60.10.
F. J. BEST. Agt.
t WITH A
Who Owe Their Restored Health and
Usefulness to Peruna.
Completely Regained tier
Miss Edith Reams 72(1 North Main St.
Dayton O. wrltos:
"I suffered for some tlmo with both
lnng and female troubles.
" had been under the treatment of a
good physician for about nine months
without obtaining any relief when
Peruna uas recommended to me. After
taking twelve bottles of this medicine I
have completely regained my health.
"lam plowed to recommend Peruna
to any one sttCering f mm the above ail-
ments." Edith Reams.
No testimonials published without
written consent of tht writer.
can give you the best
money that was ever offered.
COME AND SEE.
The Santa Fe nave reduce i rates to
many points we can only publUh a
few but nny one contemplating a trip
quotations woll be gladly made.
Summer tourWt sold June 1st to
I Sept 0 good to return until Oot. 81.
Chicago $31.66. Denver $81.60. St. Louis
JJ3.6S. Colorado Springs and Pueblo
$19.15. Bait Lake City SM.60. Glen-
wood Springs ISl.in. St. Paul JI6.C8.
Milwaukee J81.C. El Paso ;H0 and
Denver. 3. A. It. onoampment. Jit 80.
i&ld Aug-uatSO to Sept. 4. Mo;- bo ex-
tended for return to Oocober 7.
F. J. BEST Agt.
J. EX WOOD. T. P. A. Guthrie.
Frequently "bathing is one of the hesl ways to keep cool
and comfortable this hot sultry weather and this is the
pld.ee to come for many things that make bathing a lux-
ury and a pleasure. Toilet soaps of all kinds big thirsty
sponges flesh brushes bath
sprays bath tablet sea
alt and then the bath
cooling soothing talcum
powders toilet waters etc.
OF VALUABLE PRESCRIPTIONS
I J I lllj-J ; i1M.J H 1.. ..-
America is the Land of Nervous
The majority of women are norvotis
becaiiFO they Buffer from somo form of
The greatest obstacle In the way of
recovery Is that thoy do not understand
that catarrh Is the mala source of their
Women who are In doubt aa to their
ailments should write to Dr. Hartman
Presidontof The Hartman Sanitarium
Columbus O. Give him a full descrip-
tion of your symptoms previous treat-
ment and age.
He will promptly reply with full di-
rections for treatment froe of charge.
goods for the least
(OW-" ' aJssBsauWffiffl
oft.' . jBKB'Almihj
206 W. Okla. Ave.
HOT SPRINGS and RETURN.
Good for Ji) days.
Fort Smith and Western Railway
The Quickest Best and Shortest Way
Compare the time with dtber llces
and our Excellent Connections and
you will adopt the "Sans Bole Route"
as the proper route
Call at City riokot Office No. IU
South Division Street for further la-
formation a . we aro
"Always glad to serv'.- you.
Jos. P. O'Donnell
EDWARD NICHOLS PROP.
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