The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 104, Ed. 1, Monday, December 11, 1905 Page: 2 of 8
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BO YOU - WANT
Kelp Male oi FsnlaleT
To Sol! FermT
To Sell Hcutetald oe)1
A Husband op Wlfst
A Boy or Qlrl? ;
A landy ManT
Or Anythlno Else
THY THF LEADER THRHS.
LINK WANT THREE TIMES
j i :
rOA SAX.K -A scholarsb'a In the Morse
School of Telegraphy Cincinnati Ohio
$3t00 cash. Address Leader Co.
FOR SA1.B Fifty d.illat scholarship tn
Oklahoma City Business eol'ege
(Draughou's) for 135.00. Full courso can
bo ten either In person or by mall
Address Tho Lender.
FOR. SAJL.B Two SIO scholarships In
Carman BustnesSjUnlvarsIty of White-
wrlght Texas for JIG.OO. Address the
FOB SALE- Burns savings banks 75c
each. C T. Cherry Cnpltol National
FOIt SALE On easy payments liar
fixtures now and second hand bil-
liard and pool tables billiard and bowl-
ing supplies. We lead In cheap prices.
The Brunswleke-BalkB-Coltender; Co. 637
and 539 Delaware St. Kansas City Mo.
I HAVE some special bo renins to offer
la Coryell county lands In tracts from
ICO to 3000 acres. If you want a home
In this part of the Btate write for prices
and description. F. F. Cardwell Sites-
FOB SALE-360 acres of good farm and
wood land JnQ i.'rea In cultivation; 2
eoodtrucic farmis good Improvements
good orchards good pasture etc. sur-
rounded by five good markets and Bit-
aated five miles from Many La. on
railroad $20 per acre. Brumloy & Lilos
Many Sablno Parish La.
FOR SALE Eagle Hotel 316 W. Har-
rison Ave. Price Is reasonable. Call
on mo at this number M. C nice.
FOR SALE I HAVE 10 SHARES OF
Prcferred Stock In a largo and old
established Mercantile Institution whlch
Is now paying semi-annual dividends at
the nito of 8 per cent and has been
paying dividends at this rate for years.
WJ11 sell one or mere shares on account
of financial reverses and will allow a
Kferal discount for a quick cash
Address "Financial" caro Leader.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Improvements
and relinquishment on 160 ucre farm
4 miles from railroad. Value 31500.
For particulars address at ones "Im-
provement" caro Leader.
Toung Man wants plaeo to work for
board and room. Call on or phono
Capital City Business college.
WANTED County warrants.
"C T." Leader office.
WANTED Clean cotton rags at Lead-
er press room.
RIGHT PLACES Hundreds of thorn
paying 31000-35.000 waiting for right
men. Wrlto for booklet and stnto posi
tion desired. Hnpgoods 917 Chemical
Building. St. Louis. Mo.
Private funda to loan on chattel nnd
real estato security. Jus. 8. Oiadlsh
WANTED FARM ES
Who are looking for cheap homes or
good Investments on easy terms. 330 per
acre ami up in northwest Mlesou'l. o
send for our etato map and land list We
grow corn Clover wheat blue grass
catlls and hogs. Wrlto today.
a T. KIN8EY LAND CO..
Sixty miles east of Kansas City.
:i vw -prT-k. TiBF W "w.
jxo x 2.rx
AJLL THE HBST BRANDS OP
LIQUORS. WINES. OI
Gontlorrmn In Attondnco
and BfStSorvloo In
ALL TIIE BKBT BUAMDS OP
BEER AND 80PT DIUNK8.
KEEPINtt WARM AT CHRISTMAS.
18 oot bard (a do j u um- oi from
Iv F C&etwtie's yard. i. posiin the
!)VMv of HlVing mt a gritr degre
of rent Ir prrllfi to Um )uanUty
W") Mia fey htuMbid ftil yet dis-
covered la tWs iiiet twr to
coal y.t mlBl tlt Is so ommiiel
and so ssttftOry. Build your Ares
-witti this coal and you will have jut as
fcet a time a rou will ever wan. i
Thono . N. P. CIOBADIA J
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aauimateJM. tAMtanasaKaMf . jt . Mmtejc .
A powerful candle
That lights the way
To Houses To Let-
It burns to-day..
FOB HBNT (Joed C room
Baal ueVcland fafl m. I
FOIt IIBNT Two furnished rooms with
bath and nil conveniences. 320 East
Nobl0 Ave. Phono 121.
FOR BENT v'od five room cottage on
622 East Noble.
For information apply
FOR RENT Six room house and lirjr.
3U Ncrih First St. Inquire at 614
FOR RENT Tw rooms furnlshe.1 twe
rooms unfurnished for light house-
keeping between Division and First on
Harrison. Every convenience. Soo Oids
10$ West Harrison Rooms 1-2-3 up-
istairs. (First Published in Dally Leader
ttember 6 15.7
Notice of Application tor Liquor Ltcene.
Territory of Oklahoma Logan County
Notlco Is hereby given thnt B. II.
Bowman has this day filed In the- office
of tho County Clerk In and for Bald
County his petition asking that a II-
censo bo granted him to sell nt retail
malt spirituous and vinous liquors on
Lot t. Block 66. Fifth Ward Cltr of
Guthrie lr said County nnd Territory"
If no protest Is flledjpn or before Dec
20 1905 his petition will be granted and
Witness my hand and the seal of said
Uounty hnroto affixed this 6th day
of December 1905.
(SEAL) H. E. TBAPP
(Flrst Published In Dally Leader
comber S 1905.)
Notice of Application for Liquor Llcsnte.
Territory of Oklahoma Logan County
Notlco is hereby given that Ceergo
Meohlar lias hls Jay filed In the office
or tho County Clrk in nnd for said
County of Logan. hlav petition asking
that a license bo granted him to sell
at rotail malt spirituous nnd vinous
liquors on Lot 10 Block 58 Third Ward
Ci of Outhrle In said County nnd
If no crotoai oo filed on or before Dec.
Sard IPO: tils petition will bo granted
and llaenso Issued.
Witness my hand and the seal of said
County hcroto affixed this 8th day
of December 1905
(SEAL)- M. E. TRAPP
FOR GOOD COAL
as Cheap as the Cheapest
W. E. SHERIFF
We are '-butiln'
in tte jut-
Only flrsi class outnt in the
torritorlo Write foi sample
tud gel prices.
and see us for figures be-
fore j'ou have your
We will save you money.
We Jiave the Clieuptuit
Q 121 N. First Si
Tt . -in rv
No advt. recelTed for less than Beta
"Situations Wanted" Vrtv.
MALE HELP WANTED.
WANTED 1 hare postttot ror rood
salesmen. See rr.e for terms. V. Bow-
ers 10 West Harrison. OuthrU.
DnUOQIST wanted for wholesalo drug
housa Stnto experience; referenco re-
quired. Address Box 383 Pauls Valley
Managers wanted nvorywhere for ap-
pointment of agents. New Scientific
Oamo f6r drinks and clgarst replaces
forbidden slot machines; played with
'nickels and pcnnlesi rented or sold on
oredlU paynblo after sold or If operated
on percentage In publlo places you re
mit 'one-tnth of earnings monthly Un-
til pafd. Samples loaned Managers free.
Address Manager Department 6S 16S0
Lake street Chicago
WANTED By Chicago wholesale and
mall order house assistant manager
(man or woman) for this eounty and
adjoining territory. Salary Q and ex-
j reuses paid weekly; oxponso money ad
vanced. Work pleasant i position ernfa-
nent No Investment or o.rpvrlsmce re-
quired. Write at oheo for Ull particu-
lars aha enclose self -addressed enve-
lope. COOPISI'. & CO
Its l-ake St.. Chicago 111
(First Published In Dally Leafier De-
cember 9 18W.)
Call for Warrants
Oflia of Treasurer of Lpgan Coimtj. O.
T. Guthrie O. T Deo. 3 1905.
Notice Is horqby given that there- rre
funda in possesion of tho County Troas-
UCAP JlfTlf.t.tnt f. ..n.r (. fnlf .!...
ts; " "'." -. "-
All warrants on salary fund up to nnd
Including No. 15 Aug. 1 1905.
AJt warrants on court fund oxcrjpt
No. 62 for 31 J This Includes all reg-
istered "court orders."
All warrants on supply fund up to nnd
Including No. 17 July 21 1905.
All warrants on '-Inking fund.
All warrants on contingent fund up
to and Including No. 68 Oct. 2 1006.
All warrants on road nnd brldgo fund
up to and including Ho. Sept. 1 1905.
All warrants on poor nnd Insano fund
up to nnd Including No. 67 July SI 1905.
A'l warrants on sepcrate school fund
up to Mid including No. CGi Aug. 9 1905.
Interest ceases 30 days from date.
itumrie neat rrcuin club. :
I have lately Installed the steam
cleaning system for cleaning and
j presning clothes and am now pre-
pared to do the most modern up-to-
date work expeditiously and well.
" Will call for and deliver your
uuiuo uciuco anai'ressea
Ladles' Clothes given special
ERNEST B. MLTZ.
Reysl Motet Biicoteit.
ONTARIO WINTER FAIR.
(By Associated PfeSs.)
Ouolph Ont. Heo. It. The twenty.
Second annual ekhlbltlon of tho Ontario
Provii.n.'al winter fair opened today and
will continue until the end of the week.
ino sxniims are more numerous thun
at former exhibition and are pronounced
or exports to he of the IilghMt class.
Tho livestock ewlne. poultry and dairy
departments are well filled. Tho rail-
roads have granted reduced ratea and
a largo attendance of visitors dulng tho
week Is oxpectod.
A Fearful Fats.
It Is n fearful fato to havo to onduro
tho terrible torture of I'ilos. "I can
truthfully say" wrltos Harry Colson. of
WaBonvllle la. "that for Blind Blced-
Intr Itchlnir and Protrudlnff Piles
Bucklln's Arnica Balvo Is tho best cure
made." Also best for outs burns and
Injuries. 25c at all druggists.
(By Associated Press.)
PlUkuui-g Pa Deo. ll. Tho profcH
sliiii hockey Boasoti is soboduted to
open tonight and promises to bo ono
Of tho most successful slnco tho sport
was first Introduced into America. Tho
cities embraced in tho league aro tho
Canadian Soo American Soo Calumet
Houghton and Phtsburs. The sched-
ule provides for twsnty-fpur names for
oaeh team. Both the American and the
Canadian teams are stronger this sea-
son than last and the enthusiasts ex-
pect to toe a high grade of snort.
Torture or a Preacher.
The story of the torture of Ilev. O. D
Moore pastor of the Baptist church of
irarpcrevllW N. Y im interest you.
lie. cars: "I suffered ironies because
of a persistent .uh resulting from
the grip I tad to sleep sitting up In
bed. I tried many renwi without re-
lief until I took Dr. King's Hew DU-
oovery for Consumption Coughs and
Colds which entirely cured my cough
and saved me from consumption." A
grand cure for diseased conditions of
Throat and Lunge. At all druggists;
price 60c and Ji.oo guaranteed. Trial
HUGO KELLEY VS. YOUNQ MAHONBY
(Br Associated Press.)
Indianapolis lad. t-c 11 The In-
dianapolis AtbletK club has arranged a
.promising card for its Initial boxing
show of the season tonight The main
Vent wDI bring together In tea -round
bout Toung Malon of Milwaukee and
Hugo Kllo. wbo tins a decision over
PhUodviphia iavk O'lk-fcn to his tixdlt
Kelley and Uahouoy fought a rattling
eight roursj dtuw In Milwaukee eoine
time ago I
The season or indigestion ia un ns
Kodol IJrspepsia Cuiu for Indrgeition
and dyVpsla wfll do everything for the
stomach that an overloaded or nvor-
wtud etoniach can not Jo for lis.
Kodol Digests what you eat ls the
KtJniacb a rest rciletee your nootacll
belefaUg Uttait-Uuin. Indigtsikn. etc
9oUi by a 11. Rewfre.
Sewlon Machines Repaired by a man
who Hnpwa jow It ought to b done
and de It Find bjm at OUmlth's.
4THE MttT OF THE BEST FOR
THE LEAST." PATTERSON FURNI-
MONDAY DECEMBER tlf 1&05.
HABIT-FORMING MEDICINES AND DRUGS.
Whatovor may bo tho fact as to many
ot tho go-called Patent mwllclnos con-
taining Injurious Ingrallonts as broadly
published In omo journals of moro or
less intluoneo this publicity has cortalnly
been of great bonellt In nrousliij? noednd
attuntion to thH subject It ha In a
considerable measuro result In tho
most Intelligent people avoiding such
foods and medicines as may bo fairly suv
poctod ot containing tho Injurious Ingro-
dlonts compiainwl of. Rocognirtng this
t wmo tlmfi ago. Dr. lMorcosof Uullalo
. Y. "took time by tho forelock" as It
oro. and published broadcast all tho
"rcdlnnts of which hU popular mcdl-
ci.iM arc composed. Thus lie has com-
pletely forestalled all harping critics and
all oppoMtlr-v that might othorwlso bo
urged agalnu SI modlcincs bocauso they
are now of Kjjowk com it itio.t Fur-
thermore from the formula printed on
every bottlo wrapper It will bo seen that
theso mndteinns contain no alcohol or
other hublt-forralng drugs. Nelthor do
they contain any narcotics or Injurious
agents their Ingrorilonts being purely
vegetable extracted from tho roots of
medicinal plants found growing in tho
depths of our Amorlcan (Rrostr and of
well rocognlwd curative virtues.
Instoad of alcohol which ovon in small
portions long continued as In obstlnato
cases of dleaos becomes highly objec-
tionable from Its tohdohcy to urottuco a
craving for stlraulants. Dr Plorco om-
ploys chomtcally puro. triple refined
Kiycorlno w Ich of Itself Is a vnluablu
remedy In many eases of chronic disease
being a superior UemulcOiit antl-wptlc.
anti-ferment and supporting nutritive
It onhances tho curative act'on of tho
Golden Sal root.stono root lllack Cherry-
bark ami Itloodmot contained In" Golden
Medical Discovery" in all bronchial
throat and lung affections attended with
severe coughs. As will bo seon from tho
writings of the eminent Drs Grover Cos
of New York: llnrtlralow of Jefferson
Medical College I'hila.; Scuddor of Cln-
elnttntl; Ellln'wKl of Chicago; Halo;
of Chicturo and others who stand as
leadf-rs in f'.'-ir several schools of prac-
tice. Tho tor.-vning ugonts are the vcru
bast Ingredients that Dr. Pinreo could
have chosen to make up his famom
"Discovery" for tho euro or not only
bronchial throat and lung affections
bUt also of ehrortfc catarrh .n all ita
various forms In whatever part of the
By reading tho writings of thoso emi-
nent medical men contained (n the llttlo
booklet recently compiled by Dr. B. V '
Plerco of Buffalo N. Y which will bo
sent free on request by postal card or
iottor addressed to him. as abovo tho
roador will tlnd that all tho several
natlvo medicinal roots ontorlng Into tho
"Goldon Medical Discovery" as also Into
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription for
woman's wcakuessos and peculiar ail-
ments aro very highly rocoraraondod nnd
raised as cures (or diseases for which
ir. Piorco advl-es those famous medi-
cines of his preparation.
Dr. Elllngwood says of Golden Seal
root which Is an Important Ingrodlont
In both " Favorlto Woscrlption" and
"Golden Medical Dlscovory" "It Is an
Important remedy In dlsordnra of tho
womb." Ho continues: "In all catarrhal
conditions especially in flabby muscular
relaxation and general onfeobloment. It
Is useful." Prof. Scudder. late of Cln-
clnnatl says of Goldon Soal root In rela-
tion to Its general olTect on tho system
there la ho laedlclnc In ur about
teftfe; there U such general untmtmUu of
opinion. It is univcriaUu regarded as
the tonic useful in all debilitate I states."
Dr. Bartholow says that Golden Soal
root Is "valuablo In utcrino hemorrhage
(blooding) hemorrhagla (Hooding) and
congestive dysmenorrheca) painful mon-
struatlon)." Prof. John King nuthor of tho Amkrt-
CANisi'BNBAToitY. says of Black Cohosh
root another ingredient of "Favorite Pre
TOD SLOAN NOW AN ACTOR.
(By Associated Press.)
New York 0oc. 1L Tho sporting men
and others who frequent Upper Broad-
way aro expected to turn out la full
foreo nt iho Victoria theater tonight to
wl'ness tho stage debut of Tod Sloan
the famous Jockey. Sloan realizing that
his diys as a Jockey are over has de-
cided to emulate the example of vari-
ous prize fighters and others who hve
taken to the boards to their own financial
profit if not to the edification of tho pub-
lic. The program announoes that Sloan
will give a. monologun based on incidents
In h's racing career in different paras
of the world.
We auarantee all our shoes; you can-
not lose anythlno by trading with us.
White House Shoe Store 114 W Okla.
RENFRO'8 FOR SCHOOL BOOKS.
OF THE BEST FOR
BETTER GOODS FOR LESS MONEY
AT THE FAMOUS.
RENFRO'S FOR FINE CIGARS.
MONK GIBSON TRIAU
(By Aseoilated Press.)
8an Antonio Tex. Dec. 11. The oast
of Monk Gibson the negro youtli
charged with the murder of the Conditt
faintly at ISdna last October wan called
for trial today In the Thirty-seventh dis-
trict coure. Owing to the sensational
character of the crltno and the subse-
quent escape and recapture of the al-
leged murd. rer the use has attracted
widespread uttentloi and many visitors
are In Ban Antoulo to at lend the trial.
lWellleMlJlMIWMemjlJlMWWIM.sl-fUJIIJJlUJlJ IUIMIIM ! I !! ! Ill Kl III mil J11JWIIJMwmM
In So frequently settle on the lungs and result In Pneumonia or Consumption. Do not take chances on a cold wearing H
E3 away or take something that only half cures it leaving the seeds of serious throai and lung trouble. H
mm I uttEcoueH WB o-b I
jtll i o jtly
scription" "in dysmonorrfuca 'painful
porfodfl) It Is surpassed by no other drig.
being of the greatest utility in IrrltatUo
and congestive conditions of tho uterus
and appendages characterized by tonslvo
dirfgtrlng pains resembling tho pains ol
rheumatism" Uo continues: H is a
good remedy tffl iho rcr. (Mdo aclks
of unmarrlpd women." Ho alv recom-
mends it for uterine iQucorrheea also for
sterility JIo further tays "Ite -nion is
slow bt If tfftcU are jjcmmtit Ho
alto recommends this Hgent for St
Vltns's da ceo also for many rheumatic
conditions as docs ftlfo Hobart II Hart.
M I) professor In the Med lupl.. Lnl-
versltv of Pa Other agents entering Into
tho "Favorite Prwcrlptlon " aro equally
praised in the little book of extracts from
prominent medical authors whoso pub-
lished uorks aro consulted by physicians
of all tho soerat schools to guluo thoui In
"Golden. Medical Discovery ns also Dr
Plerco' Favorite Prescription may bo
relied up n to cure nil tho diseases and
moro than all tl'at their several Ingre-
dients are represented as curing by the
abovo eminent physicians for they aro so
compounded that each Ingredient -cts In
harmony with all the others and also
enhance their curative action They
may bo taken conjointly In alternate
dons with great advantage.
The most Intelligent peoplo arc fast
coming to tho inclusion that It docs not
pay and l not safe to report to medicines
of doubtful icmposltloti when there are
those In the market cry Ingredient of
which Is publiM.ed on their wrappers and
which aro so Urongly praised and en-
dorsed by scores of those most eminent
In the medical profession Secret nicdl
cinos can of course havo no such prv
In favor of Dr Plrrco's medicines Is
the frank confiding open honest state-
ment of their full conipooon giving
overy Ingredient In plain Siiulish with
out tear of successful criticism and with
confidence that the good senso of tho
afflicted will lead them to nnproclate this
honorable mnnner or con II (ling to tlum
what they are taking Into their stomachs
when making usepf these medicines.
Dr Piorco feels that ho can afford to
toko tho afflicted Into his full confidence
and lay all the Ingredients of his mcdl
cinos freely before them becauso these
Ingredients aro such as aro endorsed and
most strongly praised by scores of th
most omlnont medical writers of all tho
several schools of practice as cures for
the diseases for which those medicines
Your druggists sella the "Pavokitb
Pnssciui-noN " and also that famous
alterative blood purifier and stomach
tonic tho "Goi.i)P.jt MnuiOAt. Discov-
eiiv." Write to Dr Plerco about your
caso Ho Is an experienced physician
and will treat jour caso as confidential
and without charge for corresjiond-
enco. Addrosa hlni at the Invalids'
Hotel and Surgical Institute Buffalo
N Y. of which he Is chlof consulting
It is as easy to bo well as 111 and
much moro comfortablo Constipation
is the cause of many forms of Illness
Dr. Plerco's Plcasint Pellets cure con-
stipation They aro tiny sugar-coated
granules Ono llttlo "Pellet" Is a gentlo
'nxatlve. two a mild cathartic AH
dealons to medicines sell them.
A gocd medical' book written In plain
English and freo from technical terms
is a valuable vork for frequent consulta-
tion. Such a Avork is Dr Pierce's Com-
mon Senso Medical Adviser. It's a book
of 1008 pages profusely illustrated. It
Is glvon away now although formerly
sold In cloth binding for fl.fX). Send 21
cent In one-cent stamps to pay for cost
of mall'ng only for paper-covered cony
nddresslng Dr. B. V. Pierce Buffalo
N. Y.: or3l conts for au elegantly cloth-
PENNSYLVANIA STATE GRANOE.
(By Assoclntod Press.)
SanbUry Pa.f Dec. 11. Many dele-
gates ero arriving for the thirty-third
annual session pf the Pennsylvania
Stato Orange which will bo called 10
order in the armory hero tomorrow
morniag. Tho Importance of tho nub-
Jccts slated' for discussion combined
with the large an reprbsemuitivo at-
tendance gives promUo of ono of tho
if tho state organization. .
Nothing will euro Indigestion that
doesn't digest the food Itself and give
the Eitornaeh rest You oan't expect that
a woak stomach will regain Its strength
nnd get well whi n it is compelled to do
tho full work thai sound stomach should
do. You wouldn't expect a slok horse
to get well when It Is compelled to do
a full day's work every day of the week.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Is a perfect di-
gostnnt nnd dlgesta the food regurdleus
of the condition of your stomach. Be
lieves Indigestion Belching. Sour Stom-
ach nnd ail stomach disorders. Sold by
C R. Itenfro.
A LITERARY TREAT.
The combined forces of tho Christian
yuunp people of the churches "of Mils
city undsr the efficient leadsrahlp of
Miss Browne are accomplishing much
toward a higher lana of citizenship.
They havo In storo for tho peoplo of
Outhrle some rare (treats along this
lino. One of these is tho leoturo of
Prof J. 8. Buchanan professor of hls-
tlry in the University of Oklahoma. on
tho subject of "ISduoated Citizenship"
Tills lecture will be given Tuesday ev-
ening December 13th at eight p. m. at
the Christian olulroh. and In order that
kit inry attend the union lias arranged
to have it free to the public. Prjf. Bu-
chanan Is an earnest and educated talk-
er and a ful house '.a anticipated. Ev-
eryone Is invited to attend. Admission
Stops the Cough and heals the lungs and prevents
Pnmmmm anui ISonseisirsption
C. Unpcr. 211 Maple St. Champaien III. writes:
"I van troubled uith a hacling cough for a year and
I thought I had consumption. I tried a great many
remedies and I was under the care of physicians for
eeteral months. I used one bottle of FOLEY'S
HONEY AND TAR. It cured rne arfd I have not
been troubled Flncc."
ThrM Slzav-25e BOc $1.00. The 60-cent slz cealalns Iwo and one-half
U Md th $1.00 bettte afaaott six iim) M much. REFUSE
SOU m lECOIHHEIUNEO IY
FASHION CENTER IS A
HOTBED OF CONNUBIAL
DEVIL -REAPS HARVEST
Idle Ricli (Regard Marriage
as Pleasiiig Pastime.
(By Associated rosf.)
Newport R. I. Deo. ll.$Jte term of
the Rhode ftlnnd superior eUurt. now in
session 'In this city Ir notable for the
presence of a largo number of wealthy
or socially prominent persons who are
The romance of Mrs. Itohert Lois Ar-
mlt formerly Rve'yn Bralntree Adams
the daughter of Al Adsms the mlllon-
aire po'ley player who recently left
Sing Sing Is expected to end here this
week when she will receive a final do
oree oi tuvorco. tier nusonnd was a
former tnlne ownor in Guanajuato Mx-
ioo. tsno ten mm in Mexico after a
yoar of wedded life to go to her father
in his trouble. It was reported after her
husband had told her she must choose
between himself and her father. Mrs.
Armit and here sister Miss Ida Adams
camo to Nowport and rented nn ex-
pensive cottage to establish a legal res
idence of ono year which would enable
her to file her suit for divorce. Non-
support and desertion are tho chorgoa
and Mre. Armtl asks for a final decree.
Whldo If. Stearoe and his wife who
was Miss Iconta Chescbrough a sister
of tho formor wlfo of Roland B. Moll-
peaux aro to settle their marital troubles
at tho present term of court after a
number of threats to bring suits and
withdrawals and reconciliations. Mr.
Stcamo Is wealthy and he and his wife
havo divided their -time between tho
fashionable summer colonics and expen-
sive apartment hotels In New York City.
They lately lived al a fino villa In
Jamestown Just opposite this city and
entertined on a large soale Mr. Stearne
still lives there. The present suit 1
based on a charge of desertion.
Another notable case up for dcC-.iOU
is that of Mrs. Pauline Onatavla Town-
send who after a long estrangement
seeks n final decree from. her husband
John R. Townsend tho well known club-
man a nephew of Edward N. Tnylor
and n cousin of T. Sufforn Tnylor mid
Mrs. Robert It I-lvlfigston. Mr. and Mrs.
Townsend were married thirteen years
ago but separated soon after their
honeynjoon. Mrs. Townsend did nth seek
a divorce .or many yours but now arks
a final decree on tho grounds of In-
tompornnoe and non-support and asks
for the custody of her twelve-year-old
Indigestion constipation dyspepsia
kidney and liver disorders nnd sil
stomach troubles positively cured by
using HollUter'B Rocky Mountain Ten.
31 cents Tea or Tnblots. Ask your
TO TRY ASSISTANT PAYMASTER.
(By Associated Press.)
Washi..;" Doc. 11. A court coiv
venod nt the Washington navy yard to-
dsy for tho trial by court martial of
Past Assistant Paymaster George A.
Deerlng U. S. N on charges growing
out of ulleced Irregularities In his ao
counts. Rear Admlrnl Romy Is presi
dent of 'the court.
Croup Coughs Colds Whooplng-
Coush etc. ha- no terrors for children
or adults who evacuate tho bowels with
Kennedy's Lnxntlvo Honey and Tar.
This remedy expels all cold from the
system and strengthens tho throat
lungs and bropohlal tubes. The Origi-
nal I-rxatlvo Couch Ryrup nnd IljuI'I
Cold Cure. So'd by a R. Rcnfro.
GARRISON CENTENNIAL EXERCISES
(By Associated Press.)
Boston Mass Dec. 11. Historic Fan-
cull hall cohoed today with the words of
praise and ulogy spoken in honor Of
the memory of WMInm I.tcyd Oarri.Mn
tlie noted abolitionist. The occasion whs
the oorcluslon of the tw: dus' imgrara
of exercises in celebrut'on of the Gar
The morning exercles were conducted
by colored veterans James II Wolff
commander ot the drand Army ot. thf
Cured Homorrliarjoe of i'to Lungs
A. .M. AkJ Wood Ind. writes: "Several years
since my lungs v.xo so badly affected that I had
many hemorrhages. I took treatment with several
pliy-acians uthout any benefit. 1 then staned to take
FOLEY'S HONEV AND TAR and my lungs are
now as tound as a bullet. I recommend it In ad-
vanced stages cJ lung trouble'1
ATTORNEY AT LAV.
Attorney .at Law.
Office in Adlw Block South iJo OWt
ORVILLE 7. 8MITK
108 Harrison Ave. Tele hen es
Special attention lo (he law ot Cor
Pt'ratlona. Real Property nnd Insur
once. Outhrle Okla.
u. a. EnixoN c. n. meggem
ERIXON & HEGQEM
Rooms 6 and 7 Spurlock Bltlc
PERRY T. MoVAY
"THE STRAIGHT LINE."
The 81. t oult El Reno 4. Western.
GUTHRIE TO EL RENO.
QUICK SKUVICE AND THE BB3H
T. L. Wolf Traffic Manager.
108 1-2 JJ. Okla. Ave. Guthrie Okla.
THE ROYAL HOTEL.
Van Duyn & Baton Props
RateB 12.00 and $2.50 per xt
Loading Hostelry lnGnifcrIc
J. HkCasall Prop.
Rate: $400 Week; $1.25 Day.
South First Street.
J. D. CRAY
Guthrie Towel Supply.
Towels and aprons ot all kinds fs
nlHhpd at vorj reasonable rnte JPm
ine before you buy. J. D. Cray.
INSURANCE AND REAL E9TAT2.
R. R CARLIN.
Largest Insurance Agency
Phono 436. Room 1
OKLAHOMA DISTRIBUTING AGENCY.
Systematic dlstrlbntorsot alt kinds of Ad
vestiblng matter vtr: Circulars Cards
Samples tacking signs etc. contracts so-
licited. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Rooms IS 204 B. OVla. Arc. Outhrle. Okla.
Republic for Massachusetts presiding.
Mrs. Julia Ward Howe was ono cf tho
Tho afternoon exercles were under tho
nusplcoa of the Boston Suffrago league.
The evening uxerplse Qro to be preccued
by a parado of tlie colored Veterans and
other organizations along the route over
which Garrison wai dragged by the
"Broadcloth" mob in 1835.
In Mad Chase.
Millions rush In mad chaso after
health from one oxtremo of faddlsm to
another when if they would Only eat
good food and keop their bowels regu-'
Lar with ! King's New Life Pilld
tlilr troubles would all pass away
Prompt rlf and quick cure for I ver
and stomach trouble. !& c at all drug
lime as mucb as Ine twsH
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