The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 60, Ed. 1, Thursday, October 19, 1905 Page: 4 of 8
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BY l.KtU . NMLACK.
EKBMt or TIQB AMOC2ATZD MUM
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fJhuler banMtnt. 107 Tt Brrtmn
itsom u snfesred at Um Outhrl
rttett m ecna C3m flatter.
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On year to
yjitm ii '" saaaa a. ass sm
Tk Lender 1 a member of the Aim-
fritted rrws and receive the dr tele.
fresh report ct that areat new orranlsa
iim ttrt txrifctlro afternoon pnMltaUon In
mbrte and to mile radius.
New Ycrk Office 1W Nassau St
Chlesoo Offtte Williams Anderson
Mo. Kas. Business 76 Editorial W.
Artt. Valley Business 75; Editorial 6.
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THURSDAY OCTOBER 19 1903.
Cart It bo josslblo ibnt Secretary
McK'abb Is JjUrslnR a nursery grat.?
The next time ibo gsnRStcrs try to
"work" Burke anJ Favor they won't
Meanwhile It would be we" to turn
the spot light on the territorial boanl
WHV it is.
Borne UtUo comment has boon caittod
by tho autlden recradoscenee of the
rani; .hat wn.5 floored at the polls last
fall and Itlu to the mat for n lone
. A day or two since tho official
mouthpiece of the gang hautboys un-
abjo to nroflL byjsortf experience. felt
called upoa to refer deroRaHvely to the
present board Of county corumHsion-
era This momlrgithe saluo unclieck
ed moribund mouthpiece belches forth
another mess of sogy cltulrnp In a
i ke cjltt'Ction the excreseacc this time
belnj; tho combined output ol the gang
srd b'feued ' Taxpayer."
Vndcr (be present banlgn onJ busl-ho-slIKe
county board lue affaire of
Logan county hate bet$'1rutjnlnE so
hiuccihjy that gang method! were al-
mot foTfrotten. Lata fall the pcoplo
dcc-ltlcd they wanted a cleaning up in
tounty m'nlters. They wanted taxes
towered; Uo tfflcos Investigated. The
3Leder pointed out the way. A change
CAine. A sheriff who really actually
Xorltpd wns elected: a county board
thai was actually honest. and business.
Jlke t its aipthods waa olected.
'JTSe rtCfn; PrPWjfpa have been re-
) Vliiat baa been done?
"An experc js now engaged in exam-
ining tbe books of fornur Republican
He has un(-artb'cd an amazing mas1
qf rottonrte-js. ' '
Taxej have boon lowered.
Tha .scwneni Is now 1.1 nulls In
. Hltherlj the as.iefsm?ni has been
fitom lfc ip'0 mlilh.
A decent honest t-cor farm contrai'
t All uunw8iiry ex pen is have been
Kv.ra cl'!v hire fuol lights olcctra
have bean reduced lo the minimum.
Tho only unnecessary yet uim old-
able" expenfce Incurred thus far has
been In tbo employment of competent
attorneys to advlso tbu board on legal
uiaiters because the prent Republl-
an county attorney has boon so busy
knocking (' mmlsBloncrs Burke nnd
J-Yvor and looking artor tb cabos of
Walt WnggJuer and I I'- Jonos that
his viihubli- Dorvlc'b could not bo so-
cur.d by the board.
Tho record "of thy presvnt Dumo
cratir- board Is a splendid one. Com-
mHlono'B llnrkti and Kaor aie up-
right ineu They can not ba bully
ragged. bluifd or brjwboaten by any
gun;; of me:: or any combination of
Uecaiiht uf (his cuod record and alac
Duciuhu th cxper. la dlsina; up
etV)kednM4 tihleh will wnm be maiU
public th" rang awukeH aud laslion
iimoU Into hite heat Tlir gang cut
off (urn Yntft Is a gurgling maolstront
uf bltttarlnic angei' It tears It will no(
get back So it oiways a few Keg a
leelWH Tita I eadei h some revela
tlon in m V however uhiah the gang'
can liavt- by a UtUo inHistocCA
"TAXPAYER'S" PIPE DREM&.
And nm comes the county auorqej
iif Logun county under tbo pseudonym
t "Taxpayer" (ye god!) and leaks
great gdus of" tusplred hustonlxed grief
over county affaire- He lUnks thore
Ib something wrong with tbe Demo-
cratic county a Jmlniat ration. No othor
person outtdde of McGuIre and the gang
bo repretvui including a Doniocntic
tiool plgoon have even dreamed of tho
"crimes ' roferrod to by "Tnxpaol'.'
Ther Is not one bclnillla of truth in
all the column of Umtuyrot dishc-i) dp
lu the office of tho morning sheet for
the purpeve of forming the basis or a
TlieEliniinating-anrl-StrengtlieniDg Clilll Totilt
The effect of the ingredients in Grove's Tasteless ' Chili
Ttfnlc appeajs to every iniwl the Qukitve 4riv6 oi
Malaria and the Iron Builds up tho System. f
Sold' all dalerS for 27 ytytts price SO cents 4
etrnpaign aext fall. Taxpayer; u-bo
by tho way ban never paid any taxes
has attended ocry mpfilng of the
county board In the capacity of t'oun
ty attorney nd knoWa full well (be
holiownesc of the charges mad
gainst tho board. Tho gang has been
dreaming thlcgB. A alrUen years
the tnuntr -was granted; tho graft has
bora cut off; the gang argaos an hgn-
est beard of comrifisldndrs Ib .an Tm.
possibility and in order to deceive the
people trumps up a lot of putrid stuff
which hits no foundation. So far as
The 1 tadcr is concerned lia bnsines
with tho county Is open for Inspection.
Tho Loader is tho official paper of
Logan county and Is now supplying the
county at prices exactly li pav coat
cheaper than ever before. Merely be-
cause the county board Is adhering to
tho platform of last fall and Is doing
business on butlnes methods to tho
discomfiture of tbe gang an effort Is
made to Impugn the boncbty and in
tegrity of thf Democratic members
and Tho Leader Is brought Into tbe
pluy to over up tho grafts of tea years
worked by tho Stato Capitol. Tho gang
will never win a campaign by such
Kcw Orleans Is brightening up al-
though It Ish't nmrly so "yellow" as
A another evidence that It Is striv-
ing to reach American standards Rus-
sia ruports a bad "train wreck."
Maybe Castro's proud Castlllian
blood- will not permit him to flght with
ono of tbo Plebeian Americans.
Being a relative of a life Insurance
president appears to bo among the
"profltible" of known professions.
The President resumed business last
week but will take a "constructive re-
cess" by doing the southern circuit.
''"A California paper sayn that bad
water kills as many people as bad
whisky. Maybe It does but we dpn't
have to buy it at 75 cents a pint.
Keeling that something must be
danc. New York's Republicans seized
upon a group of public men and "nom-
inated them" despite their piteous
oricB of "pi
You Would think that a patriot like
Gomez couldn't bear to hear groaning
jovor tho long-distance telephone when
ho might txs where ho could hear the
groans at first hind.
It begins to look as if Secretary Taft
didn't sit upon (hat Chinese boycott
long enough while In Hongkong to ac-
complish its complctu collapse. He
loaly. squashed It a little.
It begins to look as though soms of
tho McQurdys of the New York life
Insurance coin pan;' might be rcduc'cJ
to working for a HvJng Instead of
"working" policy holders.
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It may be as woll to explain that
Tom Piatt's expressions of dislike for
Governor Hlgglns. are sincere and arc
rot put forward for the ulterior purpose!
of making Mr. Hlgglns popular.
A FAMILY AFFAIR.
The lovoLitlbns concerning tho big
1'fe lu?uraiice companies lu New Yo'rk
hov that (boso who coutrolled them
had marvellous powers al getting their
relatives cnto the pay roll In fat Jobs.
President MoCurdy of Uio Mutual
seenu to have done less of thia than
either President Alexander of the
Kqulfblu or Prosldent McCall or the
New York Life possibly because he dlt
not have enough relatives to go nround
but ho evidently made up for It by see-
ing that the few relatives ho did have
in tho company all got big commis-
sions. Hero In a list of how tho Equitable
and Now' York Llfo were kept "all in
he rajully" as far as possible:
Hqultable"" Llfo Assurance xocloly
J jus V. Alexander president.
It C. . Dunlin dliector rolated by
marriage to Proshtant AKxundcr.
Charles B. Aloxnndor director cou-
sin of President Alexander.
II. Y$. Alexander director son of
William Aloxander secretary and di-
rector nophow of Prealdent Alex.in.Ior
Waller Aloxander oounsol lelattvu
of President Aloxander
John Ollchrist oounael nephew of
Dr. Arthur Poll medical director
brother-in-law of PrO-aldant Alexaudex.
S. C. Boiling superintendent of
agvnclcn relative of Second VIqo Pi est-
doiit Gago B. Tarbell. I
P. B. Aloxanderv counsel relative tt
v. W. Green counsel wlatlvo Tiy
marriage of President Alexander. T
Colonel J. J. MeCook. counsel broth
i r In-law or ProslJunt Alexander.
Balnbrldgo Colby ctjunisel relative
by inarrlagr of Vice President Hyde j?
V. C. Gulliver counsel related b'
marriage to President Alexander.
Now York Llfo Insurance company
John A. McCall president.
Danvln P. Kingsloy vice president
son-in-law of Prosldent McOall. f
relative by Hiarrljteewt vVjco rrnSl-
dent Gcorgo W Wri
Edward n. ra
klnst second vice
' & in
John Chapman McCal t secretary
eoa of PrcsTdcnl McGaTt.' "'
Seymour M. Ballatd. Becretay'rola
tlvcby marriage or Preheat ftftCall.
John A. Ildraa auditor. btther-In-
fatal TlJMi.Vl(irt(t ' -
walker Buckner suporlntujidbnt of
agenclW jnn of Vice !Vc-stdcniBuck
HOTifcD OF CHIME.
Tho press of (he territory used to
roast Guthrie on account of her nlggor
population but the Guthrh tviggcr was
a pretty rcSpocUblq nigger compared
to thd Oklahoma City nigger. A week
never passes in Oklahoma City without
someone Is h?ld up and robbed by
niggers and no effort seems to bo
mado to rid Oklahoma City of the dis-
reputable class of nlgcsrs. Guthrie has
been quietly getting rid of a big por-
tion of her ulggcr population and thoao
that remain thcro are now under police
control. On tbo other hand Oklahoma
City has boon loidlng up with niggers
or the most vicious class until finally
sbo has becomo a hotbed of crime and
no psrson Is safo on the streets of that
town after dark What Oklahoma City
needs Is a cleaning out of hor tougb
niggers and tho whites who associate
with them for a white person who as
soclatcs with a nigger is lower than a
Dyspepsia bano or human existence.
Uurdock Wood Ditter-i cures It. promptly
permanently. Itegulatca ami f tones the
NOVELTIES IN MEN'S WEAR.
l.rnllirr Tl TVtHrrprnnt llala Coata
With "8prl" Brtu In Unilon.
' Autumn hhs worked a startling
change lu the outwnid garb of the man
of faxhlou says a Loudon cable dis
patch to the Philadelphia Public Lcdg
ei The great uorelty In tuasciillue mil-
Ilnerj Is the browu Hotnbuig with a
full plaited bow fastened in tbe very
front of (be hat. A tentative attempt
Is also being made to' Introduce the
beau-rlml In the Inet liable browu but
the hntlrrs are by no means axsured ot
tbe aum-ss of Ibis resurrection. A new
motoring hat uf thin watei proof tweed
has however been bucceaafully launch-
ed. A pair of goggle are ingeniously
fixed In the peak aud wheu tbe.v air
iiot requhed the peak Is simply folded
Many uovel material are being
called Into requisition for the jieiv lies.
Elderly men brani with delight when
(hey pc the knitted and elik embroid-
ered lies of their youthful days. 'There
Is a decided tendency in favor of
(.becks aud spots In the dcalgus. Pop-
lin ciepe de chine leather velvet and
fcpltairielde silk tbe Utter in rlek but
S.lbdned colors are all being used for
tie. Very meat vrbm worn with a sin
gle collar Is the half Inch band of tint-
ed suede or droased leather fastening
III the riont with n plain clasp.
Tli great discovery of the day In
masculine neckwear however. Is the
tle of ctepe de chine for evening wear
J ni little strip of lawn has cost Its vic-
tim many an auxiou mouieut and
sioiled lie. Men bftvc eeu been known
to eacrlfice all pretension to smartness
by wearing the made up tie. As a boon
id a blctHlng Iherefoie. cornea the
u'tt lit- of dead while crepe de ublne
which la fori mid yielding and tlei
Die box plalud shirt is In high favor
wlh the minuter. Tbe plaits tnry
from a pluliead tuck to an Inch wide
box plait. Tbe new hnudkerchier
which Is sudk-leiitly small to slip easily
into the cuff lies a silk striped border.
Tbe frock coat has aluioit vanished
from Bond street much to die dismay
of the west cud inllor w'ho view the
rl'e of the morning coat with sorrow.
The morning coat la worn long aud la
cut away lit the front. The new style
Clienlerneld overeoal in however the
leal novelty of the whiter tailoring
(nuliiuiiK. This triumph of ibe tnilor's
arl for which a future as gloriona ns
tli.it uf the ruglau Is predicted occupies
the central position lu the west eud
windows where II nerer fail to at-
tract an admiring crowd.
Built lu the new autumn browns the
coat fits closely over the shoulders
tapers In at (he waist and has a most
fascinating "spring" at the hips and a
buuTd back tack. The "spring" Is the
really new feature aud the tailors are
warmly recommending It to their fault-
NEW RADIUM BATH.
lnn-nlun of m lorU Doctor )'er
'Irrntiuent ( Hbrnmattlam.
Dr. Samuel G. Tracy or New York
city has Invented a "radio active fluor-
escent bath" for the treatment or rheu-
matism gout and circulatory disturb-
ances. Dr. Tracy describes the bath
Water chloride or sodium chloride
or calcium and carbonic gas are placed
In a large cylinder and are here mads
radio active fluorescrut and efferves-
cent and" tbe solution lu tlieiyllntlcr'fii
thotougbly mixed by paddle reiolved
by un eleetrle motor
The bath caw be taken at any wui
peraturc from 75 to 110 degrees F.
usually between 8H and 00 degrees V
'Hie pa(lv!J is cvvej-ed with a fluid
changing from a light green (o a pale
yellow. After a few minutes or Im
mersion Ws body Is covered with mil
lions or bubbles and he'cxperlence a J
aensutlou as though a mild electric cur
rent were passlug through him. j
After ten or twenty minutes bet
come fiuui the hatb and m thoroughly
dried with hot towels. Ho rest for a
Unic after which he gets massage
When the patient It through with hi
bath ho feels refreshed Qcd Inrlgontt
cd nnd after u erlcs or baths be uo-
tlccHi an Improrumrut In tils gencrn!
The Qulhr'o Nojty UaKri win fcne
ilnsjr sptk-lal 5e sals Saiunluy. Ot 21
one aSr jO.; 'Mlrtr nytmw Vxm
miss this ai'.
nHHCatfy fKiTMmt. OKLA THUrtSDAVi
Manv a poor
mother who foel
that those she
holds most pre-
cious are aradu-
Ipplnff away from ber
he terrible precipice
. would be thank-
know what Doctor
11 acOverT' hat
and wasted -.-al-
dren to complete rounded rosy hcAlthy
activity aim me.
"Plre rears aero this last fall I was taken
down with a rrver and was very bad ror
fceveral montli.'trlti Mr. Henrietta Hell.
reentered from the fever then mr Junes
became very bad. The doctor said I had
consumption and thai he had done all be
could for me and lie did not think that I
could fet wn.1 My fair was a very dancrcr-
ous one. llrcame vrry weak had nlelit-aweau-
k)a a very baa couch. nlcht and day
Al times would sptl blood. I fell as though
my time on earth would be short. Itcmit-jU-d
my hutband to iret me a bottle of Dr. 1M reo's
Uolden Medical DIcoTery. and perhaps It
would help roo. Ilefre l had taken one
boltld mr couch was almost rone. The nest
to disappear were the nlrht-tweatx. I am
almo-it sure that If It had not been for your
medicine t would not havo been hern to-claj-."
If mothers will only write to Dr. Pierce
concerning the ailments of their family ho
will suiid them sound and valuable advice
In a pluln sealed envelope and without
any charge whatever. lilt remarkably
wide experience haaqusllflcd Iilm lodcal
with disease which batlle the local prar-
tltloner. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce Buf-
falo. N. V.
Dr. Pierre's Pleasant Pellets euro con-
stipation. One little "Pellet" Is a gentle
laxative and two a mild cathartic
BURWELL CUTS LOOSE
Ignores Decision of Court of
Appeals in Jury Civil
Special to Dall" Loader.
Oklahoma City Oct. 19. Today J"dg8
Ilurwcll decided to Ignore tho dcolflon of
tho St. Louts vourt of ippouls on the
question of the Icptlity of Oklahoma
Juries In so far n civil (OIhcs nro con-
cerned. He WUI hold court In this coun-
ty unlnir the venire drawn from th-
Juty box for thn trial of civil utses. In
criminal cuaeg. he will tty only those
who will waive tbo ouestlon of tho lo-
gallt of thn venire. No pmnd Jury wiy
ba impanncled and none will be until
rmothcr eltction ouc.irs -or until con-
grejaj hjs pUfeed a;i net curhig the de
ftcts of tho present 'ury venire
For All Kinds of Piles
To draw the fire out of a burn heal n
cut without leaving n scar or to cute
bolls sores tetter eczema and all skin
nnd nsalp diseases uso DeWltt's Witch
llasel Hahc. A n;!col.'lo 'or b'lt d bleed-
ing Itching and protruding plbs. Slops
tho pain Jnstarttiy ami cures perma-
nently. Get the 'genuine. -Said by C.
U. Renfro. '
Remember the S- wile ut thu Culhrli-
Noely lla-ltet Puturlay. AnythliiK l.i
the wlndcw w m Imrsnln ccun er .ost
5c 8atui-d.ty only.
THE FAMOUS SELLS FOR LESS.
The Natlo: al Tea Hi Coffo Co..
placo to buy what you netd.
AFTER MONEY LENDERS
Charged That Indians in the
Southwest are Benin Un-
Special to iJiilly Lender.
'Lawton Oct. 19. It ban beTi brougin
to light lecently that c rlaln niOnay
lenders of he Miiuhwcst rouniry linv-j
been chanrtne many limes' tho legal rate
of Interest on money loaned to red mow
and hbvo tbereVv leuelved noorly all
mans aud property by paying principal
nnd Interosl tufd thro'teh the foreolosure
ol mortgages. Judge Oltlblle. in hi In-
structions to tho grand Jury Insisted
that they make u titorouch'tnvestUfatloa
of tho dealing with In Hunt by the inoai-v
2so mercury no mlnernla no daneor
In llolllstors lloakyiMouiilaln Too. The
greatest family tonle known. Urines
good health to all who use It. SS cents.
Tea oi Tablets. Aslt your drueslst.
TALEN YOUMC WOMAN.
Mitt Janet Curtis of Neosho Mo
Quest of Mr. Ferguson.
fV Jhimh OurMs. f Nfcl ro..
wlio hi In the city the guest of Mr.
T. It. Kereuson. Is a talented newspaper
woman. The Neosho Mtchanto. an af-
tornoou datl hua been pobl shed in thu:
town for thlrt-fiB vears by Mr. Cur-
it the falhr of tb young liul). and
ttluce her graduutlou from m-bool. Mlw
Curtis lias luccensfnlly IttW the so--Clety
columns and contributed many
rt-adnble nrtleles. Miss Curtl Is a
ttiklrg and pn-ti xing i" "d has
'I bar isfffrtd with rll.i for llilrtrjli vti.
Om jr (s Utt Apr I
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Ska pllai ttraa to dliappaar an at lb. and of all
1 plU Waaa to dltDixr and al lha and
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If br ilU uol troubU tn al til Cutireli
hata dost vender for ta
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mU aff of dlwaJi-
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mrm m riercci
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Kr 6 cVri Wcak.n orVfrte. Wc. SW-.Hc. VnS
6 old la bnlp. Th. (tanlD. tbat atarapsd OOO
laaiantaad to ear. or your ovr fcaolc
Stt'liafReBiKlf Co. Chicago or N.Y. MS
ISSStL IMC Tf I MUMS SSttl
OCTOifeR i 1t05.
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At Renfro's Drug Store:"
We are headquarters for Drugs Perfumery and" .Dxaggist
n wealth of golden brown ha r. which
ehc wrar:t ha oml-iglj nnd slinrb brush
od b.vk fron. her fuc hi a -roft poirrm-
dour irrunivi-inent. It is the ur.iblllon
of m life to become u Jouniniim." mild mechanism and operation of tho new
M- Cum to a Lender reporter "t ' field guns and to gain such othor lu-
cannot leme.nbcr the time when l did ' tarmMm as will b oof sorvl co to him.
not have u longing for editorial acoom-i '
pllshmenti.. I will spend the winter In i ""
YvMshiJigton with Congressman ajid Mra.1 T1" "rst copy of tho 1005 ronort
Shurtiv and wllL write siorien for the made by Governor Tom Perguson to
home paper und contribute artkh toltht recretary or the Interior has been
tho ft oh lorn newppapora retnvrdlnff tny I v. ...... - ... . . ...
cxpmlonce hi WnshNram wclotv I m-'lv'3 "M Washington. ?and shows
Miss CurtlH is a most opprorh.ibl;;lnal u wft5 luo Penciled to-lho'Cxtent
and drllchtfully finnk lount hidy. ami
poBnesei a charming personality which
!oethqr with hor t'trefully oultlvnKi:
nattiml ability for jouinnllsm will dovbt.
less plucc her In n cr or two wltli
the foremost yountr writers of AmetlcM.
New Cure for Cancer.
All sirfneo canters nto uoif Vnonn to
be curable 'by Ducklon's Arnica Salvo
Jas. Walters of Du.'Ilcld Va. writes- "1
had a onncer on my lip for y-.ars that
seemed incurable till Uucklen's Ai-nlca
Salvo Iir-.ilcd it rt-d nav- It Is bf'ietiy
well." Guaranteed cure for cuts and
burns 25c at nil. druggists.
Bill Brunner's shops
are crow .ld
The Grand Leader Is reccUipg un-
other whaling big lnotco of fall goods
The Rev. Hrirry'.Oraar Scott 1 a
husller when it comes to doing things
Geo. Bateman Is ovjr from Chandler.
"The recent encampment was a great
success" said he.
Guthrie Is the best city in tho terri
tory and cveryboJy ought to boost t-ny
and every local enterprise.
Six prisoners woro. sentenced to
Leavenworth prison yesterday by
Judgo Townsond at Marietta.
Delegate MtGnire has refused an in-
vitation to address the old soldicnt in
Woods county. He says he is giving
all his attention to statehood.
LlonL Walter 'Korgwson catno ip
from Norman last evening to attond
the reception given at the governor's
altar snjs this is tbo banner yoar fo
the university at Norman.
Ardmore's first annual fair is in
progress. The races arc woll attended.
The winners yesterday afternoon were:
Bonwood Bown Jug Richard Coke
Pttrdani. Teddy Brooks and Cyrrpk
W. Miller Smith or Iximont. in
Grant county. Is hero to confer with
Santa Ke officials petitioning them to
build a branch oi tho 'road from Cnld?
well I;i8 to Lamont. and thencu lo
C.ulhilo Tho town is fourioen mild
vott ( Tonkawa and the sim tils-
ta'ice cast or Pond Creek and baa but
ine road tho Prlsco. Oulhrfe peoplo
promUol Smith thotr united support.
Captain P. A. Logan or the Plrst bat-
tery of Toxa Nntfonnl Guard arrived
ai Fort Sill today from GaJvosion Tojc
and rportol at the headquarters of
Why suffer with your UldnejH? Th
rtlsTitcy of KLbic--Ktte has iwd n
blCKSliu; to thousands of kidney suffer-
trs who lu u hotsi rc'ord lo pijrfeci
iieultli Thtse Ttblit dilv tho dle-
ensed set ms out of thn syi'teci. and w
urg all suReieiv to give this scientific
and- successful ki-lnay teinedy a trial
!5 cents. J N. Wallac- druxyist.
NOW IS THE TIME TO
Paint Your House
Closing Out Paint Below Cost; All Our $1.50
High Grade Paints go at $1.00.
fHIARANTPF' CntnPsed of Fure White Lead Zinc
uUAnArirLLi and Llngced 0Ut will nol reelt ct.ack
or chalk oft.
Also luve a half ton of Old Engl'So Pure White Lead
to close out below coat 0J cents
OF VALUABLE PRESCRIPTIONS
unclerse11 them all.
PfJsfcr1ptions n. Specialty
. R. REN FRO
Colorcl Howe commanding off'cer of
tho Second Artillery regiment. Ho will
tomaln thoro two weeks studying the
of 100 j jges chttlng.lt down to a: book
of Ml pafCB. probably the smnllcst ro-
pon ever printed. It Is fiil of meat.
however. A typewritten statement ac-
eompanrng tho book says the blur
penciling wa done at the order of
ProsiOni Koosevclt to save expenses
t m Ul YoaHirtllwirs BnjU
ALL THE BF.ST BRANDS OF
LIQUORS WlNES CI-
Contloman In Attendance
and BostSorvIco In
uiu wiiy. a
ALL THE BEST BRANDS OF
BEER AND SOFT DRINKS.
.Birr. J.t. ..- L4 l DnulS
tm i:hii nmTicii-M kniiiiih
la KSS u dl4 mu.1I. Ui mW
1 fcl W .M.NWHllKwl ui lIU.
m tt. af y Untti t m4 4TK
t m "UUrrL41siw. r.
.f tmrmUtU. 10HTmtimkli IMH
svatlw Uh mm. SUShwa ill.4 FS
Aa sfeetlet. fm 4 aatt-rtl ars
cratl.a tn a kasss f
4fnLt a imu ?ipxi ajuo-mj
A sars svra l.r KHrMiMi TMtttitU. Qtfhuy
talUsM VksrataJ s4 Catartkat r.TbrMS.
A (TSTeolit al iVaay. Witasslaf Csagb s4
rvmrtiKa auhs sootbulmsi
a kr Ua Mm Katssat Taraat ImU.
lit la is. Mvairr
-U k li lk .t.rr ken.. rla tS C.x.40.
H.r- MttoU C.. Dm SIih Urn
J. N. Wallace's Drug Store.
Los Angeles San Diego San Fran-
cisco and many other Cali-
Clicap isn't it? Passengers get just as gopd service at this low
rate as they do when rates arc higher.
l'ast trains modern Pullman tourist ileepers free chair cars atfd
comfortable day coaches. California trains leave Guthrie at 8:50
a. 111. t
liberal stopovers in California and at many other points en route"
Yottcan buy a ticket to SaltfRivcr Valley and many other points
in Arizona for same price.
Santa Ic is line with block signals rock ballasted track modern
equipment Harvey meals and fast trains. The very best people al
ways use Santa Te.
Further particulars on request.
I - . N v
Come and seeus.
W. Okla. Ave.
BEGGS' BLOOD PURIFIER
CURES catarrh ol the atomacfe.
THE BEST SEKVICJG
IS OFFLIlED nv THE
lonisville & NashvUle
East and Northeast
Cars Daily from
For full information as "to
rates timetable etc. "apply jto
your local agent or addres
N. B. BAIRD
T. P. A. LUtlo Uock Ark
T LOUIS EL RKNO WEtvTEflN
RAILWAY COMPANY. : '
tBUTHRIE ANDCL R2H0
lckit Tims LWMt Pr I
Hobart Atadarkc '
LavsrUm Chlckaaka- ' w
OUter points located o. . U . .li
Island eyctem. MakJit taa
jfr - -- .ttiithrtt-i-" ' '5'"
SJAlLr. KXCEPT 8UNDAT.
Guthrie ...-. ... BH5-A.M.
El Reno ...:...i.-. '11:44 A. M.
Outhrie 1:15 P. .
KI Reno 7:09 P. M.
Kl Reno :... 1:b0 A. M.
Ar. Outhrie .V.. 8:15 A.M.
MLXRJ? TRAIN.'' '" .
Lv. El Reno !u P K.
Ar. Outhrie 4:50 P.M.
V. S. WELLS
Guthrie O T.
F. J. TJEST
EDWARP NKWHS P0P.
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