The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 73, Ed. 1, Saturday, July 27, 1907 Page: 6 of 6
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SONS AND DAUGHTERS
HIRING TO BOSTON
HOME COMING WEEK
Wanderers From the Home
Fireside Will Receive Hie
(By Associated Press.)
Boston .Mas.. Julv 27. Groat bon-
fire will bltuo forth "as beacons ou
the hill or Mnasaohas-ftttS tonight In
welcome to the lens of thousnuds of
sous and daughters of the stato re-
turning for the "Old Homo Week" eel-
thrallou. For sot oral months the Old
Bay stato lias boon preparing for Mio
celebration. All the chief cities and
towns of the state have arranged to
Keep open house during the next seven
daj fjr the entertalninoat of fornior
trans and daughters who thavo found
new homes In tie Wo and In other
pans of the United States and Can-
flda And they are coming by thou-
sands as Is evidenced by the null al-
ready on. to visit again Mio scunoB of
Vielr chlldliobd. to renew old acquain-
tances and to spond a happy weok
with family and friends.
Tim celebration will naturally con-
tor In Boston the historic capital of
the state will oh Is looking forward
to tho largest crowd of visitors In her
history. Tho city lo profusely deco-
rated for tho occasion the state col-
or of white blue and gold predomi-
nating Immense "Welcome" nrohos
greet tho visitors as thoy arrive at
rrllroaJ station or boat landing. The
floral decorations of tho ruinous Pub-
ic gardens have never been surpassed
vtklo In the Common have been
placed electrical fo"iiialns and oihur
fcfti res designed ospoclaly for tiho
occasion. Tho court house city hall
eitrte aouse and other public build-
I iga together with the hotols and
business tiorsos and many private res
tdencos are gay with flags and hunt-
ing Luring tho next seven days there
will bj family school association and
college reunions of all sorts; military
mam .vers and parades civic trados
and eloctrlcal processions historical
M'&rlmaged religious and patriotic
ubsc nances rivor carnivals reunions
i the governors of New Biiglnnd and
01 Ht distinguished gmests. lllumln-
ai'i.us and baud concorts banquet.
It.apection of war ships yacrit races
and ncojimtc sportB and athletic con-
it .ts almost without number.
Tiio various dnys of tho week have
lit en appropriately designated as
Monday: "Patriots -Day." Dedi-
cated to Adams Hancock Ilovaro and
the patriotic sons of the city. Big
New England Fireman's mustor.
T osday: "Greater Boston Day"
and ' Homo Comors Day" dedicated to
tb suburban communities
Wednesday: "New England Dns.'
dedicated to the people ai govor-
nora of tho New Biand states
fiuuul clvfo an J i-adu processions.
Thursday: 'Massachusetts Day"
iledcaf ift tho people uud industries
r Massachusetts. Automobllo parade
(iu I .'Vectflcal parade.
1 1 (day: "Wmh'H'h Day." dedicated
! i.ii- women of tin- city aud state.
H.iturday: Mlliaiy Day" dedicated
! the oVfttirtiix nf ti'ie Gominoii-
vidhh Moiiiiiation and parade of
in- militia nd r iltt command of
u ix-ial Nil-. hi A Miles.
One thine mmUih uh as being rather
( ''!. end tiiut u toe fait that while
t! ic 1b no money in sight to pay the
exp.iicios of the constitutional convon-
f u i President Roosevelt can use
?i" iwmi Or JlOO.Gou m take a ceiisra
Ai.iJ ' at- regular census taking lime li
u .v (lire years off MeAlester Cap
?1 rtwc )2W&
Ely's Cream Balm
This Romody is n Specific
Suro to Clvo Satisfaction.
GIVES RELIEF AT ONCE.
it cleanses soothes heals aud protects tA
d -K3HW--U inmbrano. It turti Catarrh uiij
drives away a Cold in tho Head miiuVly
ltc4tore the Hena of Taste sud Smell.
rby to usa. Goutain no injurious druga.
Applied into the nostrils &ml absorbed.
Jjarg'j Siie CO cents at Druggists or by
mail Trial Size JO cents by mall
ELY (MOTHERS. 18 WnrtnSl. Ntw York
No Alcohol No Narcotics
Zoa-Phora Does Not Now and Never
Did Contain Poisonous Drugs. Nor
Any That Will Cause the
No Higher or Better Proof of the
Merit of a Medlolne Can be Given
Than Found Here.
Wlion Dr. Pengolly first compound-
ed Zon-Phorn he was very careful
In his selection of tho Ingredients to
be used. Having In mind nt all tlmos
tho "drag habit" Is used In compound-
termlned to use no drug that would bo
In ati5 way Injurious to woman's del-
icate organism. His years of exper-
ience In treating all forms of womanly
woaki ess and disease enabled him to
preparation but now oven that bus
Can you wonder therefore that Zoa-
Ptfora Is so successfuil?
No narcotics nor any tlnuc that will
cause what Is commonly known as
the "drag hsblt" ae used in compound-
ing Zoa-Piiorn. Formerly a small
amount of alcohol was used in its
pr enrol Ion. but now even that hns
been nominated loavlng tho valuable
medicinal Ingredients in the prepa-
ration Just as thoy have always Leen
The medicines used in making Zoa-
IViora aro recognised by tho medical
profession ovorywhoro as tho best
known remedies for tho disease and
nllmonts of women. The United
States Dispensatory aM' other medi-
cal liookK of equal promlnonco say.
In legnrd to them ns follows: "regu-
lates the menstrual fun.tlo:i" "em-
plojod by physicians in the treatment
of uterine diseases" 'itias mot with
favor In tho treatment of periodical
sick-headache" recommended In de-
bilitated conditions attended with
loss of appotllo" "has -wctraordlnary
power to control capllary circulation
and remove congestion" 'recom-
mended for nervous hysterical women
with Irregular s pasmodlc pains dur-
ing child birth; pains In Mio menus."'
"This is ono of the most usoful rem-
edies that wo hnvo tho prevention of
premnturo labor In child birth or lr-
rogjhtr after-pains" especially ndap-
tcd fei fomnles who are afflltted
witli diseases of tho ovnrios or
uterus" etc. ott Many other state-
ments of rccommondatioi' for these
ro mod I os appeal in tho most reliable
Is not this proof sufficient to con
vince you that Zoa-Phora Is tho most
dependable and absolutely genuine
medicine for women's "so that oan
bo found? When you add to tho state-
ments of thuse eminent medical au-
thorities the experience of Dr. Pen-
golly in his inoro tihnn twenty years'
'Jvc of Zoa-Phora In private practice
ir.d again ndd the testimony of the
mjitltudos of women In every stato in
the Union ho voluntarily write words
of pralso for this wonderful "woman's
friend" tho proof positive of the su-
perior merit of Zoa-Wiorn. Is India-
p. table. No better stronger or more
satisfactory evidence could possibly
bo produced and none from any high-
er authority regarding a madlclnc ex-
Vou need not sond away for Zoa-
Phora. Your druggist will supply you
with tho medlclno nlroady piopared
otiupOiiuded in Just the right pro
portions put up In sealed sterilized
one dollar bottles Each pa'nge con-
taint -il and complete Instructions
and dilutions for using tho medicine
also a copy of "Dr. Pengolly's Advice
to Wmcn" a booklet containing a
lot of Interesting and instructive in-
formation for women.
Be vory considerate of the children.
Tho mother of Karl Lane ago 10 of
Iaih Angolas refused to b'ty him same
barrios of a peddler aud threatened
to tell his father If ho didn't quit nag-
ging her. Ho then went 'r.to the
houso and shot aud Suited hlmsolf.
Then sho had o Sejj tils father.
"My child was burned terribly
about tho face neck and chest. I ap-
plied Dr. Thomas' Klectrlo Oil. Tho
pain coased and tho child sunk into a
rostfut sleop." Mrs. Nancy M. Hun-
son Hamburg N. Y.
Jenkins Is making money. So are
you when you trade here. Bought
for cash sold for cash. Tom.
A complete line of Men's and Wo-
men's Oxfords all the newest styles
and lathers at Robinson's-.
no It AIl'S POW-
(Continued from page ono)
ed he brought those offloors and
members of tho Western Federation
of Minora together.Tlian he took Orch-
unl uwny from Denver to the head-
quarters of the Woatorn Federation
of Mlnsra. This was done carefully
and almost monotououly. The quiet
before the storm and then Borah's
voice and manner changed He sprang
Into action. Ills voles qulvorliig and
hand upraised llngor outstretched
"Watch them now! Watch tlve live
conspirators! Stauuenbory Is to die
In 30 ?sv and they aro moving on
His Merciless Logic.
The dramatic uttoraiiod and tense
figure of the uleudar sept a thrill
througlLiJie Mur1roauLj4r the nvise
oi ten rocondl TheW'M-tU sllonoei
Then reltulng. Uoruh continued with
his morclles Ingle. He brought Davis
Copley Adams and ISastorly all olfl
cere or members of the Western Fed-
eration of Miners Into touch with Or-
chard. Without n pause he drew
picture after picture of tho men. as
soclatlng togother at various points.
From each place and fresh from ev-
ery crime he brought Orchard back
"home to Denver" and then smllngl
learned towards the Jury to ask:
"Why? Why always buck to Don-
vor unless it was to find there tho
protection and the pay of his em
All those things denounced or
sneered at by counsel foytho defenwi
Tl EtAPIW aUTHMH
j found a bold and brilliant paragraph
of clBfonso In Setintor Borah's Inter-
ludes nntl connrtel for the defense werP
driven tuio a murmur of protest now
under tho lush of pointed snrcnam
and ngsin when undor a tlmd of In-
dignant reproach. Culture Christian-
ity law and ordor refinement the
home hntt tho country found a ready
champion. The state of Idaho Its peo-
ple mid Its chief executive each In
turn were given brilliant eulogy.
Vmler 't all ilnywood himself was
perhaiis the one man In the room who
showed the least emotion. At times
his faco Hushed aud nior? than mice
paled under the attack as Borah
leaching tho cllmnx of tho conspira-
cies pointed nu accusing llngor at
the man who ho said "waB the crim-
inal force behind tho Western Fed-
eration of Minors."
His Strong Peroration.
Senator Borah's peroration was de-
livered In (pilot almost pleading tonus
In strong contrast to tho harsher
voice In which ho spoke of Clnrence
Darrow's argument of Justification.
"If." he snid "this state has point-
ed out to von the men who were con-
cerned In nd executed this crime
then in the numu of the manhood
and the womanhood of Idaho do your
duty without four of any man or rav-
or to nny miin.
"As I listened to tho eloquent voice
of counsel plendlug for their client
there came to me the niemorv of an-
other sCene and another time. I re-
membered again that night In dark
December in 190(1. a night Hint added
fen rears to the lives of some here
now In this room. J felt again the ley
ohlll nittt'- faced the drifting sleet. And
I stood again beside the body of my
dead filend whose life blood stained
"I felt again tho dlsgraco thnt had
come to Idaho. 1 saw n murdered man
that meant more than murder for It
meant the first blow that anarchy
hnd aimed at my stato. Aud on that
night I said to nivself enn time tench
the lesson of this hour?
"Lt you then ho bravo In this su-
preme moment. If the dofondnnt Is
Inhocont'tben lot him go froo but if
not then letOilui tnko tho punishment
that the Inw proscribes.
"You have a higher duty to perform
than over wns asked of a jury In
IdRho. Some of you men havo stood
the tost In the past in protection of
yoi'r homes a.id your ting but you
have never faced a duty that required
a higher courago than now.
"In overy home in Idaho tho
thought of our people are with you
mingling with thoughts of things thnt
made these homes possible and in ev-
ery home throughout this broad land
men and women tonight look to you
ns the brave who stand for right and
At the close of Senator Borah's -l-dross
and tho adjournment of court he
wns surrounded ami congratulated by
nearly every one In tho court room
Including counsel for the dfonse.
$100 Reward 5100.
Tho readers of this naner will be
pleased to learn that there Is at leasts
one dronded dlsoaso that sclonce has
boon able to euro la all its stages and
that Js Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is tho only positive cure now known to
the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional dlsoaso requires a con-
stitutional treatment Hall's Catarrh
euro Is taken Internally acting di-
rectly upon tho blood and mucous
Mirfacos of tho system thereby de-
stroy ag tho foudutlon of the disease
and giving tho patient strength by
building up the constitution and nsslBt.
ing nature to do Its work. Tho pro-
prietors have so much faith in Its cura-
tive powers that they offer Ono Hun-
dred Dollars for any case that It falls
to cure. Sond for list of testimonials.
V. J. CHGNKY & Co.. Toledo. O.
Sold by Druggists. 75c.
Tako Hall's Family Pills for consti-
pation. 300 pairs boys Knickerbocker kneo
pants at 25 pur cent oft nt tho Annex
Buy your Tens Corfeos. Spices etc..
nt tho iNutlonal Toa and Coffeo Co
and save 20 per cont on your pur
Sqo that fine carload or buggies
Just received at Packer's? That's tho
kind Packer always handles.
(Continued from page one)
nnd penalties woiftd cease the case..
.already disposed of In the stat courts
would be carried to tho highest courts
utid the rate luuses could be determin-
ed In October and put into tho su-
proniftioourt of tho United Slates for
final Juilgmoiu by tho first of Novem-
ber. Thle would ho a happy solution ol
the wholo difficulty nenrding to the
stato oojinsol nnd would result In In-
Jury to no one. '
In the case of the ticket agents In-
(Jlcied aud tho Indictments that
are to be mudo hero next weak
against the Soiithorn and its fgents
oasos will be tried before a Judge nnd
potlt jury aud in enso of conviction
tho court will pronounce senteuco and
tlie prlsanors will be placed In the
custody of the shorir of the county
it will then bo up to the railroad to
appl to Judge Prltchard for writs of
May Lose Charters.
As the suprome court of the state
dsclded that tho Southern railroad Is
a North Carolina cornorntton. so far
as itii road lending from Salisbury to
tho Tennessee and Georgln state linos
a dlstauoe of 270 miles. wnB concern-
;. It is within the power of thB legis-
lature to repeal the charter of the
company as a North Carolina corpora-
tion to rsqulro it to wind nn Its af-
fairs iu the stato and to prohibit It
from xerolslng Its franchise as a rail-
road corporation from Salisbury wost-
wurd Governor Glenn tod'iy confirmed the
statement that unless tho railroad
company obeys the law that ho will
cat a spociul sasslou of the legisla-
ture. That horse of ours. How much
belter he will look with a n&.v dre?s
if harness. See Calvert at 113 West
BKUA. OATURDAY JULY'27 1007.
Ml HOPE OF
Member of U S. Ordinance Corps
HadSkinScalp and BloodTrouble
For Four Months Tried Various
Remedies witli No Lasting Effect
Permanently Cured and Says J
"About a year ago I was a sufferer
from skin scalp and blood humors.
For four months 1 imed various reme-
dies prescribed to me for their treat-
ment but they gavo only temporary
relief nnd then the distruising blood
humors were back ns usual. 1 finally
lost nil hoiws of getting cured of this
ailment. But a friend Induced mo to
five tho Cuticura ltemwli"s n fair trial
lo had been troubled vitb the same
disease nnd said he had bee. veimn-
nently cured by Cuticura -o I got tho
whole treatment coiwistl' ' o? t'utlcuru
Soap. Cuticura Olntineit' : ud u'l'.-uiu
Itesoiveut and after I 1aiu '" liui
ment I could see and f'-el t!int it a
sucoees. Tho CutieurA Itesolvenl la
certainly of great value ns it cleunses
the system of nil humor germs nnd mnUes
digestion easy. 1 used two complete
seta of tho Cuticum Bemedles and I
can say this much that 1 was perma-
nently cured by them. I want to suy
further thnt these Bemedles are un-
excelled in curing tho worst form of
skin nnd scalp humors. S. D. Phillipn
Ordinance Corps. V. 9. A. Boek Is.
Arbcnal Bock Is. 111. Nov. 22 1000."
SLEEP FOR BABIES
And Rest for Tired Fretted
Mothers in Cuticura.
A warm bath with (Jutlcurn Soap and
a single anointing with Cuticura Oint-
ment tho great skin cure will afford
instant relief nnd refreshing sleep for
skin-tortured babies and point to n
speedy curoof tho most distressing forms
of eczemas tetters rashes itchings irri-
tations and dialings when all i'Imj Inils.
Guaranteed absolutely pun' under U. S.
Food nnd Drugs Act nnd may b used
from tho hour of birth.
Complete KxtrrnM nnd Internal Treatment tor
flsu of CUtleura Hoin (2r ) lo (teanse Hip Nkln.
l.veryjlumor oi iniania . nuaren ami auuii. mn-
CuUcura ointment (
auc MaiieounuMKiii amnHi
cum HeM)lvcnt l&Oc 1. (or in (he furm t f litx-olata
Outol 1'IIH 2io. pertbt of OIK tn I'urify the HI.kxI.
Hold throughout irn wnrld Toller DruK A Cliem.
Cbrp . Hole 1'rnpA. ItoMout Mn&.
or Mulled 1'rcc. CuUcura Hook on Skin Dlseiues.
We make sell and repair harness.
A iull lino of fly nets lap robes whips
etdj J 8. EYON. Imiftomonts Ve-
hicles and Harness Corner. 120-22-24
Is 'your throat parcheddTlf so one
of thpso cool refreshing fdrnugihtB at
fcd's Place will fix It I'
m i.....3. . .." .
SISOX ' ciiepp. we n
f.7Han rrlost stores. Ton
. - t
'Will meet in the
at 8:30 P. M.
JULY 29. '07
All Democrats and
those in favor oi
HAS K E.LL
Are cordially in-
vited to be presenr.
Lunch and smoker
J. FRANK LAUX
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IMI "CLEANUP" SALE
m l . f WsMuamuc'j'y'- "" W
On account of the backwntd spring season many merchants countorm anded tholr ordors. This loft the
wholesale houses overstocked villi goods. Wo Bccurcd n largo quantity of shirts thus countermanded at
unexceptional low figure and can offor them for sale at tho redloulously low prlce of 50c ii"?!I
You havo paid $1.00 for shirts no hotter.
This shipment also Included a feathor-weight solsotte shirt with collar nnd cuff attached mndo up to tirlgl-
niilly rotall at $l.C0.ne offer those on sole nt $1 Each
A Saving of 20
Cents on Every
Oklahoma City 17 Wichita 2.
.loplln 1 Topoka 0.
Hutchinson 1 1-onvonworth 1.
Sprlngfluld Vi Wobb City 7.
Kansas City V6 Milwaukee 8.
TMIiiinuus1 1 LoulsVtlle h.
ludlumtfipJUii 1 Toledo SJ.
Miiineaj)eJJs 3. St. Paul 6.
SI. Louis 2. Brooklyn 2.
Boston 9 Chicago 7.
Boston 3; Dotrolt 1.
Phlladolphla -1. Chicago 2
SU I quIb r.. Washington 4.
Now York T.-3; Clovolund 7-8.
OOOOOOOOOOOO OO O O
o v o
O DASEBALL MOTES. O
rOvon If tho St. Louis Cardinals can't
win tho ponnnnt this season you must
give thorn credit for holding tholr own.
A successful minor longuo manager
does not always muko a good leador
In a iiuijor Johuo. "11111" Armour of
Toledo Isn -scroeeh" among the mi-
nors whllo with tho big show ho was
something of u frost.
Ituckor of Draoklyn Moron or Phila-
delphia and Uobhardt of Clevolund
aro the tlireo gruutest young pitchers
of tho season.
X'mplro "Silk" O'Laughl'n wants
shin guards but American league fans
hope he will not bo permitted to wear
them. Half of tho fun Is seeing "his
limps" got hit on the shins.
Ty Cobb of Dotrolt was presonted
with a diamond watch fob for making
his hundredth hit.
If John McGraw. Fred Clark and
Floldar Jtinas all quit at tho end of
tho sengon the: v. will be some stroiiu-
011s hustling for cnpablo managers
During tho Chlqsgo-Now York ser-
ies at Chlcsgo recently Al Orth was
knocked out of the box In the first
game and then came back and shut
mi tho Sox In tho second game.
Humor has it that the Cleveland
team has quit cold several times late-
ly when their pltchar was being hit.
but a good many thousund fans will
not bellevo tho Nap would show a
yellow streak after Mip hard Knocks
they have stood In former seasons.
After an active sorvlco of 87 years
as pluyor manager and umpire Chaa.
(Chief) Zimmer had darted the spang
las and In the futuro will manage an
incubator in tho bum-yard league.
"Say" asked tho troublesome fan
"If a ball player Is n laborer what Is n
rod-necked cauckle-headed moon-
"Billy" Lush saya ho would bvr&
It is our aim to conduct a so called "Clean Up" Sale
twice a year giving reductions that you cannot afiord to
"pass up" and tlius enable us to dispose of all odds and
ends accumulated during tho season.
The House of Quality Gives
20 per cent Discount
On Men's Boys' and Children's Clothing- Panama aud
59c? Shir tjSpecial 59
Joined the Cleveland team this season
'had lie not met with 1111 accident to
If reports aro truo thoro is a three-
cornered baseball war now on bo-
twoen the Pacific fcCoast Northwest
and California State leagues. Tho
Pacific Coast and Northwest aro mem-
bers of tho National Association
while tho California Stato loaguo Is
Now York fans hav glvon up all
hopos of a pannnnt wlnnor this sea-
son. It Is tough luck whon 11 team
bus an nvornge of ovor .000 ns havo
the Giants nnd not n chance for the
ling. It goos to show what u wonder-
ful bunch of hnll players the Chicago
W. A. Cummlngs tho fathor of
curvo pitching and now a resident of
Athol Mass. is to pitch in a game or
old timers nt Boston next week. It Is
Just forty years since Cuinnilngs first
used the curve on JnrvlB Field atCani-
. Now Is tho time of yonr when Goo.
Tobonu Is being callqcl numos in three
different languages I.oulavHlo Kan-
sas City and Denver. Every spring
Georgo tolls them In each of tho tlireo
cities what a swoll pennant whmor ho
has for tham. If Georgo over glvoB up
bnsoball he can go to Now YorK and
steer tho "hurry-ups" when thoy luavo
the .Jersey ferry.
Whon thoro is the slightest indica-
tion of Indigestion heart-burn llatu-
lenco or any form of stomach trouble
tako a little Kodol occosslonally and
you will bo afforded prompt relief
Kodol Is a compound of vegetable
acids and contains the Juices found
In a healthy stomsrh. Kodol digests
whtit you eat mukos your food do
you good. Sold by C. nltonfro.
Havo a case of uoer sent up. Er-
longor on draft Best .goods In city.
D. & 11. Weinberger (Old Moaea
Growa Nights and Sundays.
Your money does It Invested In
somo of my real estate bargains.
FOSTElt. TUB LAND MAN.
What has become of tho old-fash-loned
boy who hold his father up for
Hourly everything ho wanted by prom-
ising not to smoke until aftor passing
Plneulos aro for the Kldnovs nnd
Dladder. They bring quick rollof to
baokacho rheumatism lumbago tired
worn out feeling. Thoy produce na-
tural action of the kldnoys In filtering
wasto mnttor out of tho blood. 30
days treatment $1.00. Money refund-
ed If Plnoules nre not satisfactory.
Sold by J. N. WALLACE.
Going to palnL Rain la over. Sum-
mer Is here. Tho Lincoln paints
stand tha testa. Arkansas Lumber
A linailllar ncnlrinnt fa rnnnrlail fmm
Coffevvllle. a imv i.mir i Mm t n.i..
tune and Instead of tuking the rone
oft when he got thoro. tied It around
her neck It rained all day. tho rain
shrunk the rope and when the boy
went for tho cow at night he found
her choked to death
Pb;' I have fllven you good values.
Present: Am makbig on more ararwl
sWqrt future: Yotr will In tlm trMtc
A!) Goods Marked
in Plain Figures.
Thousands of peoplo are dally suffer-
ing with kidney and bladder troubles
dangerous aliments that should bo
checued promptly. Do Witt's Kidney
nnd Bladder Pills aro tiho best remedy
for backache weak Kidneys inflam-
mation of tho bladder. Their action
Is prompt and sure. A week's treat-
2'nt for 2Gc. Sold by C. It. Iteiifro.
OOSOOObC o'o OOOOO
THIS DATE IN HISTORY. O
French dofeated the Ger
mans at Bouvlnus.
1C43 Cromwoll victorious nt
107E Turonno killed nt Sars-
1089 Battlo of Kllllecrankle
1694 Hank of Knglund chnrtored O
1791 Fall of Kobosplerre and O
end of tho Koign of Terror O
1799 Fordlnnnd IV. of Naples O
O 1809 Battle of Talavera.
O 1830 Paris declared In u stato
O ISCfi Atlantic telegraph cablo
O 1S89 Princess Loulso of Wales
married to tho Duke of
1891-n-War declared between O
Japan and Chlnu. So
Now battleship Maine wasjO
launched at Philadelphia.
Tnmorlniio defonted tho
sultan Bajazet near All-
Thomas Cromwell who-
O promoted tho njarrlago of O
fl HnllM 1MT ...11! A....A .r
v "UIJ Ml. MMV rtllllB Ol J
O Clevos bohead&d. ' o
O 1090 Azoff takoh bjCznr Pot or O
O of Russia. V o
1710 English and Gormnns de- O
footed Spaniards ut Almen- O
1760 Jobunn Sebastian Bach a
composer died. O
1790 Forth and Clyde Canal
1904 Hobosplerro and 71 othors
guillotined in Purls.
1835 Attempt to kill King Louis
Phlllppo Iu Paris.
1802 Tho Alabama -allod from
1890 Armenlnn cathedral In
Constantinople mobbed by
O 1S94 Town of Phillips WIS.
destroyed by a forest fire.
Hives eczema Itch or salt rheura
sets you crazy. Can't bear tho touch
of your clothing. Doan's Ointment
euros tho most obstinate caso3. Why
sufror. AH druggists sell It
1?Vfr trv nilfinlnn fnrnlrnrAt Tho
ISIfifiS2 beV'4.uXaUVtt!J1(st atyllli. Our line j
eSrHBtf0i l$M lo daU'- Rhodes QkU
r ihonta AvoT ' D
Summer sausage and the bfi
meats In the city. Wo cater to i
peoplo. Star Meat Market &
eery phono 4C2.
Empire Theatre changes thre tin
Per weoU' Tuesday. Thursday and SI
urday. satisfaction guaranteed
. mc-noy refunded
jujo oiucsi ouu uesv rso suoatl-
tutes. Puro drugs. Our proscription
department Is tho bsst Jn city Hen-
fro's Drug store. i
Williams ShuYlns Stick best made
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