The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 149, Ed. 1, Monday, February 5, 1906 Page: 3 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHfllE OKLA MONDAY FEBRUARY B 1604.
Every part of the body h dependent oa the blood for nourishment and
strength and when from nny causethis vttpl stream of life becomes impov-
erished or run-down it invites disease to enter No ne can be well when the
blood i3 impure; they lack the energy that is natural with health the com-
plexion becomes pale and sallow the vital energies are at a low ebb and they
suffer from a general broken-down condition of health The system is weak-
ened and unable to resist the diseases and disorders that are constantly assail-
ing it. The Liver and Kidncj-s. failing to receive the propnr stimulation and
nourishment from the blood grow inactive and dull und the waste matters
and bodily impurities that should pass off through these channels of nature
are left in the system to pioduce Rheumatism Catarrh Sores and Ulcers
Sktn tit&c-ises or some other blood disorder When the blood is in this weak-
ened and discaszd condition it should be treated with a remedy that is not
only thorough but gentle in its action. S. S S. ft purely vegetable remedy
made of roots herbs and barks is just what is needed. It not only cleanse
the blood of all impurities and poisons and enriches and strengthens it but
$ 5$2s O &? O bust health
PURELY VEGETABLE. PromPt'y and gives better results than any other
medicine. It cures Rheumatism Catarrh Sores
and Ulcers Skin Diseases and all other blood disorders and cures ilieiu per-
manently. Our Medical Department will be glad togive advice without
charge to nil suffering with blood or skin diseases Address
THE S VSFT SPECIFIC GQ. A 71AKTA GA
Guthrie Ixxlge No. S I. O. O. F.. iitoets
every Monday night at 7-30 o clock at
Odd Follows' boll corner Harrison and
P. V. SMITH. Koblo Grand.
It V. STKOUOH. Seerotary.
Ilenfrow Division No. 3 Uniform Ibtnlc
K. of P. Meets second and fourth Fri-
day nlghtii at Masonic hall 119 East Ok-
G. E. CUKNICA. Captain.
V. T. WAItKEN Recorder.
Hartronft Post No. 3 G. A.-It. meet
1st & 3d Friday ntsbm In tch month at
"j:30 p. m. In Odd Fellow hall corner
Broad and Harrison.
LEWIS VAitl'NEn P. C.
M. U MOCK Adjutant
Hartranft Corps No 23. XV. K. C
meets 2nd & 4th Friday nights In Oftch
month at 7-JO i. nl in Odd Follow hall
comer Ilroad 'and llurrlson.
ANNA JU 1.1C8TKR Pre.
MAT VAMPNER. Str.tar-
Oklahoma Encampment No. 1 I. O. O
F. Meets every Wednesday night at
7:30 o'clock at Odd Fellows' hall.
U U BILLINGS C. P.
BD MERTEN. Scribe.
Co. A. First Rent. Okla. N. G. Meet
every 'Wednesday night at 7:3C In Arm
ary hall 10S Wast Harrison av
G. E. DUNNIOA Captain.
Woodmen of tho World Guturle Camp
. No. 3. Meets every Tuesday nt 7:S0 i.
in In the Woodmen halt over Spencor
hardware store Visiting Woodmen
WM. CONNELLY. Con. Cora.
V O. R. M. Meets every Tuesday nlgltt
In K. of P. hall. Visiting chiefs always
FRANK B. SARBER. Sachem.
II. 'C BARNMY. Chlew of Records.
1 Outhrle Lodge No. Z 1C of P. Meets
every Friday night in M.iuoiile hall ll
East Oklahoma uvem e'
XV. XL FURKOW C C.
L. 3. PAOE. K. oX R. & ri.
Guthrie Chapters No. 2. Order of
Rastern Star. Maans In the Mai
Temple every secgfnd hrtd fourth FrisVi
evenings In aaeh month.
HORTENbB UOYR XV. M.
ALT IIIXON. XV. P. "t 'i
P. M. L. RAY. Secretary- ' ' '''
'meets 1st A 3rd a&wdajrs .In meat h at
A. F. & A. M. Bids;.. Okla. Ave.
Visiting Compn4onn Hlwnys weltomt
OALEN QROW H 1'.
a A. BRADWI Weeretaiy.
Barrel of 'Money.
9 I hsxve a Barrel of moneyto Loanon! Farms .4
$ in Loan Lincoln and Payne counties a.t the
Lowest Routes and the Most LiberLl Prepayme t
privileges over offered the borrower- When you
$ want the best of treatment sxnd Quick result
write me for an application or call and see me.
Lhave also a Fine List of Lands For Sale and
several choir tracts in Eastern Kansas and
Missouri to Exch.ne for Oklahoma property
108 W. Hocrrlsorv Ave p
V O. Gdsb Prest. Puakk PAtK V-Presldent. J. XV. Pkiirt. V-fxeit. 2
Koiii. BonLBEHG Cashier II. W 1'ainteh N Mh.vh.li Cabtib. Aut. OiaBleri 3
GUTHRIE NATION L BANK
OLDEST IN OKLAHOMA.
0. 0. auss. u. A.
J. W. Fkrut
J. B. FAIRFIELD
' " i
) IW1. II IS SI ....HI
Goods P.ckd. Storttd
mm n mm m ywu 407-409 w. x-lii
WEAKENS THE SYSTEM
AND INVITES DISEASE
gently builuo up tnet entire system by its hue
tonic effect. S. S S. reinvigorates every mem-
ber of the body gives tone and vigor to the blood
nnrl ns it crrips to ilit ilifTirniit rmrta rarriiMi m.
and strength. S. S. S. acts more
Canton GutUrlo No 6. Patriarch's Mili-
tant.. I. O. O. F. Hepiiar assembly cverr
eeond arid foitrt Thursday nfKiit it
each month In Odd Follows' hall. Vis
Itlng Chevaliers welcome.
n. A 1JONE1 Com dt
W. J. BARNUAJVp Clork.
Guthrie Lodo No. 426 B. P. O. 1
Moets the sccot.d and fourth tueeda.
nights pf each month In Bllt hall.
II. XV. PENTECOST E. B
J. FOUCAKT. Secretary.
Naotnl Rebecltnh Lodge No. m I. o. O.
F. Meets first and third Friday nights
of C iry month ln'Odd Follows- hall.
LAURA A. I1ARNSIARDT. N. G.
SAPlrS MA 'PHIS Secretarr.
Guthrlo Lodge No. J A. O. TJ. XV
.Meets every Thursday night In the new
Aiusunio nan un laisi uKiauoina. visit-
ing brothers welcome.
E. II. RUTHVAN M. XV.
W. J LEATHEKMAN Roeorder.
F. A. A. Guthrie Council No. 70
Fraternal Aid association. Meets 07en
Wednesday night In ISaglea' hall ever
Houston's hardware store. Visiting
members always woloomo.
Gu.urlo Camp No. t(t
Modern Woodmen of Ameri
a meets ovcry Tuesday ev-
ening In I. O. O. r JL
cornor of Harrison and Broaa
Visiting Neighbors oorCUIl;
D. M. TIBBBTTS Consul
J. E. BREWER Cleric.
KnloliU and Laaiet ot
Security meets Sad and
I h Friday nlchts of each
months at the Odd Fel
low hall. Visiting mem-
wirs always nelc9in. Lit
David mvcRt President; J. M. Ander-
sou Financial Secretary: T. E. Qoreka-
don. Corrtspmidlng Secretary Meeting
called to ordur at 7 30 o'clock.
Lodge No. 32S A II. T A. Meets on
Friday nxht pit-cedinc full moon of eacb
XV. D. JENKINS. Pr-ildent.
J. M'- XgMfES. Secretary
Guthrte'Commanry No. 1 meets t
Msond or' fourth Mondays In tho montu
"at A F. A' A' M. BtdK Oic'a. Ar. "Vts
ltlns; Sir liskghts always wt!r:tm
. 1 4 "i B' ?- "!
M" HAMTORD KecoTdM.
J flutlirlo Loa No. 8 A. F." St A. M
In luonth. iit A. F. R A. ft. BWt. OhV
IAV0 . - .
OR. XT. XV. RUCKS W. M.
B. M.' liAMiFORO. Soeosrary.
9a .' '' "i'
Huchsi. Hinny E Asp.
H. W. Paimtui.
and Shipped to Order. I
HW tkSll &B
DEMOCRATS IN SENATE
FORM SOLID COxM-
TO' OPPOSE THE TREATY
Of Santo- Domingo is the
Washington Ffb. S.-LHjmocrat'c sen-
ators lime perfected what tht-y believe
to ho n compact firgunla.it Ion to defeat
in? Sunto Domingo tre'ity and place the
minoilty li a poMtlon to compel a strict
pntiy vote on otht cuestlous Ilkclv to
ur' during the pre"it sP(lcm Two
ri'-'jlutlons were udopte I at thn oaucus
(iiittnuInK five hours" wblt-h. the demo-
crat naBrt. not ont will dinposo of the
I imlnli'nn treaty but will furnish tho
ir indent for demanding uni'cd ar-
ts ote on ull qiientio-i tlmt mny lx
oonildfr'Sl partisan of their i-liaractor
vfli'n two-ihlrds of the doinoernilc sen-
ators o decide.
"Resolvrd. thtt we ought not to d--
(i -id consent to ;he treaty between
tlip I'nitod 8. ate and the republic of
:intr Domlngn now pending Uooro the
"Rosolvsfl. If tno-thlrds of the cnuowg
shnll ote In faor of thr forrgolnc res-
olution. It lia.H be tn duty ot every
domocr.itlc senator to otc agnlnst the
ratification of the slid treaty."
Those who co ulisent werr. nrry
C'l.irk of Mont in i Geurln. McLiiuriu
find Sto-ir ull out of the cl y. Patter-
son wlllidrcn beon- the vto was tak-
en. Tt'll.'r voted for tl flist rcmlu-
tlon and w- x(mi 1 Impui voting on
the secotnl u id McEm ry and Tnllifprr)
:ib(cnlid th'tnsehrs nl lioti! i xplmia-
tlon Tho ftrf t rfolutton w ndntted hj a
ote ' '1 to 1 Clarki' of Ar.tann.i8 vot-
ing th negative. 'Tin- cond ivas
adopted -5 lo 4. Cl.trko of rkanws
D.ialel Foster and Milloij ot1nc in
The position of the absentees on tho
tr- aty a represented in the caucus
gives 39 nguinst tho treut. with tho
position of Clarke of Arhansna MclBr-
ery P.itterson and Taliaferro not known
save for the public expressions of Pnt
tersoii In tho senuio in favor or the
American policy. Tho sentiment mani-
fold In th caucua And volcd by several
Ic.idin. m'nator" in emphatic expression
nftei the ciuuiH adjourned wna that tbli
action meant that ihe democrats of tip
annate would have united party actio i
on mnttdrs determiuV'd by two-thlul).
of .heir number on auestluns affect ur
party policy. Those who do not u''i l
li- i julIId dticision villi not In' rcgai'l I
at dem'K'r.i'B h'hI the folnt will be ru -nl
.igilnt them tn futine caucuses of
Mr. attoison ile 1'ned lo mk it
xplaniitlnii uf hi Knwim the cuuru-.
It Is nupiMit(l tliaL .ill u' the r'put u
o'e r lr r i Illicit Ion mid tli i
fi'iir dioioiiitie o(t'i .ii necessary
t. n. Its i it n. (! i 'lh ii .ire 8H Ken
.itorn tlu'i.' In Ini; ie .i aticy fiom
1 Iiw.' and pril ilily one vote Uui-
t" n V ill not be e it or lulnd Tliere-
foi" it ot'' me mciyir' foi rallflcv-
i"ji Tl- rtj tiliili me hii f" wltt i u
l!uil6ii arl tow i fro ii 'he oppwl-
tloii will slve Hi' in the leuuutd to-f-ljds
in rtoi'iutie leaderx do not lie-
IUe th-ie foil' voti- will be. fnrth-
lominir und it:ivi ihi hope that iHPtia-
torB Vkho iii' he l.ni.ibly dlpOtl to
ward the li.'iU w II tij boiMli Uy the J
caucus action. :
Nearly every xrtwUur In ttttftBdance
"liad' somethriig 'to iay 'trt tile TObJoct. of
Littakluir tiuititj a uuv4tiua of prty pol
icy. Si'Til snu''ira declared that thti
roppbllcin air' ady hod made t po-
fiilnloan treaty A party question by untu
lug for Uf support and on this ground
argument wtcre made lht If tha ml-
ifortty hopd to accomplish anytbmg a
a party It lehooyl them to amutate
I'm i-tpvbi'-unft nd re-ejitaWish party
principle. Sinator Bailey wan one of tho
fhlef Mieako-s vol -In g tills sentiment.
Sonuto' Tellwr said ih-'t Uh wu OPJKed
lo the rutl'liMtton of the triuity. but at
tho Kumn'.trai d did imt oar" to bind the
party by i.meui. action ou 'realy u'h-
tlonf Senator I'l irke (Ark) Hsld that
Iih w.ni ed riiuio information comierninv
the tren .! nl whit It wilt do before he
lomiiiltn it hlniin'lf io a. vote uu It at
ull Heiiators (.'iill.erfjjii iMnlel OuboM
ii'id Patterson wia.i at Unftth. tie- last
nt" no d tukiiiK the fct nd that tn itien
Hhiiulil not b eoiisidered Hi tueiln
The Yellow Fsver Germ
ha recently t.f a lbe.vi P'd It ""'
a clow reiemblnn.e v the m ilar.a
Bern. To free the vtem fiuir. due- .
gerwH. in iniuii em u.e p im .ij i it
Kinc'w N W l.lf" 1'IIIk iliuimntied to
cur all J.i;i'.' d'iu t inaUrla fl'on
nnd coiirtiiputkin ii' ut nil drug stores
WALL PAPBB AT RENFRO'S
O FRAIpBg WILLARD
O ON SOCIALISM. O
(Pruftt sddrensi at the National W. ('. T.
V. cf veatin at Hufri In tftn
toxik about yu; th trfduetH of labur
are on very litmd; yu e&uld not main-
tain for a sooment a wall-ordereu llfa
without them; every olijert In your room
ha 1m II. lor discerning eyes titm matk
of ingenious tooU und the prsfur of
tabor" a hand. Hut l it wit tlie ta-uetost.
Injustice for the wealtlir. whose live
are surrounded and emlelllhM by l-
bor"a work to have a uuperalinditiiM of
the money which repr... . r.ts th aggre-
gate of labor in any country while tho
laborer htmsetf la kept no steady at we
thflt he liftj no time to onulre the eJ-
uvitWin a..d reftseoMrtt nt life that
would maka Um awl hit (anally agree-
able owiiwalons to tie rich unU cul-
The reason why I nra a. soelaHAl comas
In Just here. I would take not by foree
but by the slow lrocoa of lawful ac-
quIslUon through better UxUIatlon us
'he outcome of a wiser tallot hi th
8TOMACH ON THE DRAIN.
What If a Man Oaln the Whole World
and Loss His Appetite?
The man with n wrll-trthAVMl stomach
never thinks about It. Ilo e-tts what he
likes and likes vrh.it he cats lie knows
he'll enjoy It beoniise- he known he haa
& Stomach that will easily dlcest 1L Al
things look good to him; he will sit
close to the table and with it merry
twinkle in his oyfe and a worM-po
expression be wilt "start" on the deli-
clous tucul before hfm.
Rut the tnatt Wtth the bad. brftshy.
irorBly s'omach Is the man who hi niwayi
thlnklnc about It. lie can Mkbim eat
what he tnddt Ukes and eldmn Uka
T"-ha.t h rftls. in stomach werrlea blm
IMfore tneabt after meals and between
iftetlls. It 1 oh HIS brain. It robs him
At hht eber and thferfereo with ids dally
work. Around htBi in a dark spirit which
presses Itself forward In his thought
crylns: "1 um agony I am disgust. I
am nuuien. I dm slckne-8 lansuor
worry. I ntn oonMlved in nutck lunch-
es and puppy food and nourished by
etilIV msala. 1 rob brains of their force
and bodies of tft4r life. I steal away
narvt and Vim. t bring heart disease
and apoplexy. I mk the world tt pit
of weariness and dm knees I am woe
I am de.itkv I am dye.ippila. But
yet I bring Una hope light and fu-
ture health because by my gloomy pres-
ence I give yon wamlnr and u clia it
to escape me."
This to A bad dream but It Is the dally
dream of th tlyswtte. lr It were not
for the while we ooiililo t till th black
If 11 were not for dynpin'a. we eouldiVi
know the Joy the happiness of a woll-
ordered digestion. All the world locks
bright tollman of Jfood heiUh. and Rood
health Is Impossible wRhnut a good
hardy stomach And any sick or weak
stomach can Uo madrt a good strong
one by Just taking something which will
digest your food for you Instead of let-
ting your tired stomach do It. Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets are tn most effec-
tive tablets In the world for this very
thing- If rou feel Moated after eating or
you ltave nautoa aversion to food
brash Irritation tour stomaoh heart-
burn or ily?epln Htuan'a Dysperlo
Tablets will stop It becamo due Kratn
of an lnaredlent of these- tablets wilt
digest M0 grains of food.
Your stomaeh U overworked. Lei It
take a rest. You're not youraeir when
vou have a bad gtomach. These tabietb
do the work that the utomach had to do
and make you feel bright think clearly
and give vou amibltlfm and power to con-
centrate viur ntte-it'on on your work.
You 11 feel Rood. You should' always
have a box of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab-
lets on your dining taklo. They will
make you get all the good possible out
of ever:hlng you eat and you'll enjoy
Hands of tn n ami noinen the entire
plant that we call civilization nil that
harf been achieved on tlds continent In
the four hundred years sine Colum-
bus wended Irta way hither and mnk"
It the common property of ull the po-
ple reuulrlng nil to work ouough with
th. Ii twtda to give them h finest
phj -li it development but not to i ano
liiiiui iimiiiii In any case and pcriaililnK
.ill m -'in. .illke the advantage uf
i dm i'i in ii .1 ii in mont. I believe Ihls
1. 1 I. (i it.. 1 1 ti able indie.I. that
mi oiin n th ill ii "mply ii relic of
l. it l ii !- '
' T 1 1 1 . tl. ii
II 1' U--tl ' "N'
lb. nl i II- I I 1" 1
1 1 lc i In doomed
IKl "I'J'l't id tO
ii- i i i" i li . r ' mil th it
i i ii r li i ' u ih It and
n . ! itn i-. ' lit nil tin'
I . I ' y lillllli'l'i
i. i il iu tli it the
ii i : ixuild i' intml
ii I " 1 itlirddi'K tlt
1 v In the hlghi r
iiii' iiintve-i fur u mi-
ni's IlllO UU1 IM I MlUV
I I I
Ii o Chrlr-t h Knpi !
Notliini. iIm will i- ! imthlng else e 111
biltig tile Rl id dii. "f ii. iiviib.il litutli-
i ' n vl
(tli (I'll I Vv". vmi'iif 'iilo .mil i
nc'ild h-vi mv 'if It 1 1o1k v .
out of li v.ll'U v 5" mil lnu tin tiuiii-
l"d land H i the mmv mui w of
rhrlt' fwpi'l It ii riiTintlniiii up-
T4ie TCew (to ugh Syrop (he uric thttt
acts ns n m'ld r.ithniilc oa the bowels
is Kennedy's iixatlve 1 looey ana Tor
It exDi'h" oil cold from the aystem cuts
"the phlegm oat ot the throat strength-
ims the mtu-ous iuemhes.ne of tl bron-
eDIal tube and rUeve croup whoop-
ing OOUJl. eUi. (Tblldren lave It Sold
by C Ji. Itenlro
" - -? -
TONS OF GOLD TREASURE.
Vut Slore or WealtU limplleil l'rnu
New V. oild iHtu QIiL
It baa novir lici'u told tiow rnt waa
th troiiatuv tint vta-i emjitliil front tlui
tiow wurlU lulu the old it) the KlorUiuu
ilo.v of On Hii nisli iloiniiilou. We can
wily JuJifo or li..vv j;rMt it '0 ly cl-
Uitirul evlilcni'f 'lUo ImkiUi' of t'orteg
uiui I'lz.irrti um- fuuiMU In anu.-iln of
new wurlU lu-tury. lu tbero wo uiiia
lon.l liow the Mildlerii of tbi' former
r-iulcd uwi -; y u smstll intrt of the
Uu tov.res !'M)lt'il nt Uoxli-o yet were hj
iu uloil down with Hlok'ti wUi tlmt
when tin j fell 1 mm the uaUM-way Into
( tin- I .1.1' in 11 e I IBOntble Telre.lt fl'olli
M vl . t;K i . k ulj jri..l u6
I wo w luinn.Ct Of lend . aim.
Vke ri-4il hi w i rro es.iilod s n trlli
utc lor lite II umtiuu at the Itt .1 Ai 1-
hlllpt) cold I'1-" lUletl tu the ili'.'illi of
cvera) ioH i r in gcroutpii fin-t wltlv
hj twenty two feat lt ami tbnt va
valuwl ut 1 MxMJOO u-so U'or ihe
oqiilvulent ut tii4rty $15J5m of our
Vben Prake billed tho aouth tea In
OMli (Jolden Himl Himt Ilia piratical
voyiunt of on unuHivtituB la tl
jeafi lS7t-7Ul ami wlteu ho cupturail the
UMtra Senora deJUi VMncept-wa ur-
naiuwl the Caeafue or )llflri nf Ctui
Srni Praiicteoo. It toK lhr Oayu to
transfar lht intuniru from (he ij-
turetl hli to his own lu that single
haul tliwe wm raMstl a 'purehasi'"
uu It wa called ot over twenty alx
ton of Mlirer lKtkJtw eiihly poumlH of
virgin Rata thlrtcaii cheat or tilectM of
olght qoulalnlBK ovor $1000000 Ju
lnotuiy anil an euitrwawt amuuiit of
Juwols aiul piale
Upon the ttvlilefigo of Jehu Urako ne
rtnil Uiat when tba Ooldwi Ilhwl lakl
hor courae tor KughiiMl. by way of Ibfl
Oaiie of Oootl liotip. slro rrm ho haayUy
"trallaslwl" with pure silror tlmt she
"rorte xcfetllnsc tlitep In th WMter."-
Tbe Kut'le lodtje -will giro w naaner
ado UU1 on .February U at thp 4ty hall
A pwrai Invitation If extended 'a alt
to attend and have a exxi time. Maelca
ou) be etcured at tho Who What XVbta
atpr. Cor. Okla. Ate ana Vine St
on the payroll of th12
On Charges of Larceny Em-
bezzlement and Forgery
ChlWBO Feb. 8 Twnly-rtvo lnair-
uionU wer rt'turnvd tkktUfdu.r nigM !
agalnsl John A. Unn clerk at the c i
cult eotirt nnit for lght years clerk of
tht superior oourt. The eonrgos against
llnn am ctnbosslernent larceny and j
forgery A short lltno nfter lh return i
of th- Indictmr-nts Unit In company '
with his Attorney railed at the offlce of j
Bt.iUt's Attorney Kcaiy and gnvo bonds'
for $2B(MH). In addition to the charge
of financial Irregularity I-tnn Is tvoeused
In one Indictment of ooncplrlng to keep
from the trrnnd Jury n witness whos
evidence rnm Important In his ease; he
i ii lo charged nith the retention or the
records of his olMiv and refusal to tur.t
them over to his successor.
Of the indictments relating to flnnn-
clal transactions one charges that Linn
while clerk of the superior court of
CooJc eouniy put "dummies" upon tbe
yrol ot Juror ttnil In thlg nay de-
frauded the county out of JW.OOfc Tho
specific statement Is made In nnother
Indictment that various sum of money
aggregating $5 ooo disappeared from the
cash drawers of the clerk's ollloe. The
remainder of the Indictments covr
clutrges of larceny In connection with
stuffed v Tolls. Ten Instance are
mentioned In the Indictment where Linn
Is h.i Id to luive endorsed city rrnnU
to pay for en'crlnir the city In case
nnd then pm-ketert the same.
The emhesslemtnt chitrge rbiles to
noney which was rightfully In Linn's
temporary pfi-icsfllon and which he I
said to hae retained. The Investiga-
tion of the aff.ilrs of the office of clerk
of the superior eourt hu been In pro-
gress for iicurly a fortnight.
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for Chil-
dren. SuceooBfully usel lir Jtotlier Gray nurse
In the Children' Honj In New York.
Cure KuverUlino Bad-Stomach Teeth-
ing DUwrtlorH. move and regulate the
bowelH nnd Destroy "Worm. Over SO-
000 teattmonlsJ. They hever fall. At
all Dnirfglsts 26c. Harople PRI8B. Ad-
dross Allen S. OlRMteod. Ic ltey. N. T.
DETTER GOODS FOR LEGS MONEY
AT THE FAMOUS.
WALL PAPER -tc AT RBNPRO'8.
OR W. H. BETTS
R.cojJriized as ltho Losa
inti Lrvd Most Success
fers of treatment. Rem-mber I give yur case perscnai attention anoj
my treatment Is prepared to meet all conditions and requirements 1 can cure la the shortest possible time Lilt
I will not mislead you by promising tocure you In a few days wv 1 any reputable physician will t.i yen is Im-
possible. My treatmfH It a perfect cure and not an injurious stimulant.
My abtolutaly pain! cure for
Stricture can not be C-ipliva'-rd ''
any other physician although man
imitations are every day aUempieu
I eM'e ytti jnt'y "it v'tbout atten-
tion from businaa. My special cura-
tive reartadse eyileKly dissolve th
trlature and gause tMelr nbsorpUon
and remaval taavlng the urinary
channel free and natural.
Z I want to talk to every man who has the slightest symptoms ef any Disease peculiar to the sex- I w'll gladly
7 make an examination and give yeu my expert opinion and advise for whWi I make no charge. Thoee residing out
A of town who can not eall thou'd write for complete question blanks and learn about my successful method of horn
I Strength and Vior Restored
I All Diseases and Weaknesses of Men
. Includind Nervous and Physical Dobility. Premature Decline. Errors of
! Youth Varicocle and all tho untold miseries resulting thore-
' from quickly and Perma.nently cured.
I have practiced my specialty for forty years. Eighteen years' successful practice In Dallas. All medicines com-
y pounded In my own laboratory especially for each case. No experiment. No sure-all nostrums feature's own rera
edies used. I guarantee a euro incvery case I ascept. No Incurable esses taken. CONSULTATION FREE at eV
& ce or by letter. Call uron or address.
Holidays are oven Lot ustleati
Carpets and Curtains
The Guthrie Laundry Company
SI W M. Dronoon
BRONSON & BRONSON
farm Loans Insurance Abstracts
j uy complete abstracts of t'tlc in Logan County.
ix pay Interest and principal at our oflJce.
Uid.'at aui rfjeat lusuranca agency in Oklahoma
118 West Okla Ave
A Beautiful Line of
Temple of Economy
115 West Hsxrri3on Avervuc
Geo H. King Proprietor.
tin Ib for onPttf
I..1UUUM ir olmihilv
of mneont membrsotr
rr..to rctau4flfl. tlnl.. nt.il nnt atrll
SfKlfVlNSCUCMIMlCC. cnt o.- pclaiumn.
. OMIIn..WafjB Bold by MniBOUts
nt nnt tn pltls w.-TV
! -?- urrtikld. IJ.
urnuuf ioi 'ii rea
Cl'W m nini iMottflet d hik.
iom Jmurfunt pvlb-
lt& VftulhfVil cidI .
Cuna kIj J.wura k Mir MUM. f
ui.frtlsliOf' nrrtyr t
Entrust Yoir Ked-llh to a Specialist Who Undor
turvd Your Case Thoroughly.
Those suffering from any form of Chronic Disease should (Jive musli serious
consideration ta the question 'ef proper treatment.. It Is net sufficient to
knew that yeur deetor is a flood physic! aw but the Important question I
whether or net he Is therouahly u paule of intlllsnti treatlny the spec
lai disease with whloh you nre .itfllcted.
livsi7body reoegnu the ftehat this is the age of speehillem.. The
wlaa man ue not undertake to do many things but to do one partcular
thng. and do It well-rperl' If. poesibU. The physloiin who will en-
deavor to maattr the tJlaneo of medicine In Its entirety may meet wth a
measure of tuoceei if hi it especially brilliant find competent. But there
Is sure to be soma rtlMBf vyMoh.some other phyjlclan who ha made a
study of It oan tfaat mare suoccsafuiiy and hence moie i.itifnctoriiy to
the patent. -
I have bcn a sptslalltt fcr mors than forty yar restricting my prac-
tice to the treatment of Chronic Olseao. to which I have devoted my en-
tire time and talents.. For each disease I have perfected a" ifleolnl plan ot
treatment whleh has eured seme cf the most obstinate case after other
doctor and rameuies have tailed my practice It the tnott extensive' of
any other physician In th United States at I have patients in every State
In the Urluii.. Many difficult caaet are sent to me by other physicians who
reeognlie my superior ability in my sp'claltief
I do FLestore Woa.k Men
Men who aie suffering from Losa of Vitality er a weakening of their
manly functions should realize the impartjnee of promptly correcting A
condition which will afflict t lie. r health and future happineis nuni serious-
ly then any otrer disease They need not e.pot a cure Iron the widely
advertised nostrums ready mnde medicines and deceptive q.nck cure bf
I DO CURE VARICOCELE
I cure Varicocele safely painlessly
and permanently. My metnod of run
it.iv teen ud In thousands ef tho
meat acgravatsd cases without onu
sinul failure or rocurrenc. Under
my treatment tnitry ua of weak
n and a qulatity d'TOprears
all drain of vigor cease the weak-
ened duct are ktraflghUned a
healthy otrcMlatton ef pure blood It
THE RELIABLE SPECIALIST. BALUS HXA
504 W. Oklahoma Ave
Li C. Bronaon. U
GUTH3IE OKLA. j
m- hwtsrs & -isaiss-wapgjei:
G. W. Bruce
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT
Rooms 2 4 6 Billirjgslcy
Bulldiuff Guthrie O. T.
SpecL I attention given to the exam-
ination of County Records
ltcfcrencei; Hoard of county com-
nilnlonors l.o.tn county: Dosrd of
county oommUsloners UswcyCo.;
Uourd of county commlisloner.
Ulalna countyi Hoard wf Comnillor
era. 1'oltowstomle county; any bank
I DO CURE BL090 POISON
If you have any of to ymL t
so t p "iplcs blotcles -or throat.
p "1 11 the bones fai. .(j hair and
any -yinptons which yen do not !
dsrstaiid it It Important that you
should consult me .it once and learn
positively whether or not you have
th disease. Remember guarantee
a permanent cure tno disease never
ta return in a qplak If not quicker
time than any known treatment.
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