The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 70, Ed. 1, Monday, February 3, 1908 Page: 3 of 8
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T. W t i 4
TENDENCY OF GOVERN-
MENT TO ISSUE
RiiCORDS DISCLOSE .
Number of Licenses in "Dry"
States as Great as !n
tftipyrtghtt-d by f V U. II.)
Tin prohibitory chumc of all suites
me of eapet ll Interest in Oklahoma
jma now ithuwing how far the forces
ttu lhi mippies-lw or the Honor trtif-
XV have uciTifil In defeating the
will of rim Rrciit iuor tnteiesta of
I Ills aii.l othi nl..los.
nn- thing Hint l nonentity '-
lei Htooil. is thn' tnmi or the local op-
tion stolea tuntnln stricter law
against thi Till- of htjtior where Hio
people or a numb Ipallly or toiinty
Hi'itirrillig to I lie Klflto luy have voted
If out ntul that ilios localities are
uffering from little or tin notation.
our- of tlio i ei ullar 'acts now made
Itnuvvn Ik tli' practical business
man. the priii' mil polltlclnii and
none-limea Hi" .. i ir men of Ilia
Mouth have lieen rflinhillPil to OffecT
the KlinprcgflUiU of the ftiltOOU ill till
hinallei cities This of course wub
mined by the lact the ignorant people
were being made worse -mid the
brawls ami Ullllnga forced the taking
of liquor away from the munller
pip 'pr to enahle tlte local municipal!-
tie to preKorve order.
Government Gives Aid.
Oiio of tlio greatest drawlinc-lts to
the eauHo of protitbltlon la the tend-
ency of tho government to IbSuo 11-
crimes In dlserlminatoly.. .
Tho latest statistical report IbsuoiI
contains tho following Interesting
Many readors will ho astonished to
leartl that tlio numbers ot liquor II-
censen Issued by tho United States
(lovoriunont In liroblbltion states is
mlly us great In proportion to popula-
tion ns tfiey are in the open states
mid the inference is thnfthe partios
who have tnifcn out such licenses
would not continue to do so unless
tjie made monev by It. Tne follow-
ing f wires which were quite recently
Irawr. from the lecoolti of the Nntloi
ul Internal Hevenu Bureau are given
ns the proportion ot such llcemrK
iiopulutlon in hiitli prohibition .. ..I
Kansas One lor every 197 of popu
Maine One Tor ovary -1S5 of popu-
lation. New Humjmhire One for every 2G2
North Dakota Ono for every 49:2
Vermont One for overy 663 ot pon-
illation License States.
rkansas One for overj 1389 of
Delaware One for ovory 427 of
Florida One for ovory ?SG of pop-
ulation. Indiana- One for ovory 292 of popu-
Kentucky- One for every f70 of
MuMsar-husetts -One for every 570
Michigan One for every :tl.r of pop-
Miniiexotti (ine for every 323 of
Missouri- Due tnr every .'!."il of pop-
ulation Nebraska One for overv 121 of
North Carolina -One fur every 11(12
Pennsylvania -On for every 37& of
Tennessee one for everv ini'J of
Txa--One fir every Uu or topu
Uah - Ont- tnr every -141 of jiopn
. iirlnla nie lei every 0?2 of poi-
West Virginia One for overy (121 of
iteeently tho state of (Joorgta Wpllt
into the piohililtloii ink It having
nt (.he time of the eliailKe a nli)on to
mother should be a. source of joy to all but the suffering and
danger incident to the ordeal makes its anticipation one of misery.
Mother's Friend is the only remedy which rolieves vyomen of tho groat
pain and danger of maternity; this hour which h dreaded as woman'
severest trial is not only made painless but all thp dunger ! avoided
by its use Those who use this remedy are no longer despondent or
gloomy; nervousness nausea and other distressing conditions are
overcome the system is made reidy for the coming event and the
serious ucciueius so common 10 uio critical
hour are obviated by the use of Mother's
Friend "It is worth its weight in g9d"
ays many who have used it. $i.oo per
bottle at drug stores. Book containing
valuable information of interest to
be ant to any address free upo
--i. . .
every 1R04 pmiplp Aliltlttitla Is also
making the change luivlhg at the
tlmd or the iififlBfiee of the btjl for uro
hlbUion a nftloon to every ittt po-
Prior to stfttehbod the Fmlarnl rov-
omhient did riot tflRiie llOfillBB to lil-
dlaii Territory iteople ItiairlRilnately.
Btftl at tliib time the afiijfl Inmake
law's in the utnto tirolilbUIJie convey-
ing from ono.i)litco wltlitti fljo aUta to
anotlwr 1b tn& gumtesi Attn to tht
mind of nil who wish u ee tho irro-
vlBton curried otiL best effort yet ttd-
va"iced. The Usual Method.
A in a n reWlog In mis stnlo add
vUo Is really dettrotts to fhtUnin the
depth of tm piohlhtfory laws aia to
Washington for facta and recotvod
the followiiif opinion from ah atlo
tmy of ihternntfonai repute with the
opljjlpn it had not applied to tho Plve
Cl villi ml THlies. and In Ins opinion
mlKht be qiiesUonablo If It applied in
the Sttitv or Oklahoma tqdav.
"A license t0 1 'lUll Hqttors will be
issued to mi pe.titai in any State up-
on payment or JZ to the locaj qgent
of the lTn1ted dtateH Internal F enue
and the Interstate railroads vln carry
llquora to an person In any State ujv-
on thp payment of freiglit thereon."
Tnerefore any person ho chotwes
to sell HqUor In a prohibition state
nas only to take out a license from
the lulled States and he will have
unthiiiK to fear from the National au-
thorities Hit) only care will be to
ke.i clear of the state laws and offi-
cials. It is commonly urged as art ar-
gument against prohibition enact-
ments "that prohibition does not pro-
hibit'" and the ordinary repl to such
an nrgument Is that the stringent
criminal laws do not put a atop to
murder robber? ami other felohlnuA
crimes but that the prohibitory laws
are net essary notwltlirtnndlnit This
Is true enough but the felutlloi'n
trlmoH In question are equally forbid
tlen lv ixth utate nnd national laws
v.iille the Hitle of liquori'. altllottKh
Htrlctly prohlhltutl by state enact-
meiilx w unmistakably authorised And
tlcetis-ii in the prohibition states by
the N.itlonul tloverninent. w that the
laws ncaiiiHl IlijuorH. In tho opinion oi
main do m.t posbphs the name natie
t and tiithurlty given to other peti-hllnto-y
Mtntutex. Within a very re-
cent period the people of the United
Siatr-a bnve been treated to tile re
mnrkuble apertacle .of great rullrofld
(orporntloiiH. delluatfilpJyjHid. know-
Irtgiy violating state laws ami hoink
uphold In audi violation by the Infer-
ior United States colirls and. While
Nticli courts have not been appealed to
by parties holding United States li-
censes to sell liquors In prohibition
states yet tho recent examples set
may encourage such appeals. nnd In
cny case tindor existing conditions
L is not atrango that thor is n glow-
ing disposition to regard tho N'nflohnl
authority as paramount and to con-
sldor i.tito enactment jib of Ihferlor
force rid standing jf Indeed there Is
any obligation to observe them nt alt
Vfhoro there U an apparent disagree-
ment with tho laws of the National
The states which failed to get good
from prohibition wete lown and Kan-
sas ouch malting a dismal failure.
Maine has been considered a suocobb
but the const cities allow lolution
with little effort to stop the unlaw-
ful sale while the Inland cities are
so different from the avirage Ameri-
can ci 't is impossible to comjmre
On the other side is the fatt that
no state of the South Iihh done other
than Improve under the provisions of
their prohibitory clauses' It f not
contended they have stopped the use
of liquor but they have taken from
the brawling element the opportunity
to loaf .'iroujiil tho cheap saloons and
got away from the Saturday brawls
usual In saloon dnys or at least con-
ducive to no good.
The Beer Saloon.
No progress has ever beet) made in
the groat cities largely be-csuao the
foreign population is accustomed to
aln or beer as a bovornge bdforo com-
ing hero using tho drink t the meal
tublo hencu an effort to suppress or
modify tho liquor laws has always
brought the opposition to that tHilla'
tho saloon mou using the club 0lTe4tu
I'oiii'-HUIiH of the couiiUor li tho
group of stales oust of the Mississippi
and north of the Ohio rivers are dry
and the prohibitory clause used and
enforced with salutary effect
It is this local succosh which has
made the prohibitory laws of Kaunas
and Iowa Ineffectual the average
hUIc olili-iii) nut' taking great Inter-
est. Whether or not- theve will be a tend-
eliti to combat the general state law
in Oklahoma Is to tw determined uf
ter the new meuatire Is voted by the
legUluluie mill becomes a lavs.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a
"We prefer ('hamlkerlalii s cough
Itemedy to un other for our tlilld
it'll.' uttyn Airs 1 J. Wondbno of
'twilling. Mich. 'It has also done the
work tei us in hard colds ami croup
and we take pleasure in recommend
Ing U." For sale by (' It Renfro.
OWNBRfl list your exchanges with
us. We make ttmro our soeelalty. al
(hough we conduct a general real es
tnte loan ami Insurance buslna.
The Utiffnay Oouimny.
JSvery mother lecls e
tjteat dml of tjie pft'Ifi
an J danger attendant uj)6n
the most critical period
of lier Hfc. Bocoinlnt?
all woinorf will
LEADER GUTNrtiE r.OKLA.
Ill I HI. !! i.r7..ii .III ' " It I limi
. r ka-t
(Contlntiod from Pflgo C.)
HniTSR fticwiUTTirtN No. ir).
Whereas ftcprfcscntitttvc T ftr-
ncr from Murray county has been
Absent from his scftl in the Repre-
sentative TTall for wevcrtil dnvs.
Whereas it 1ms been reported
tlint he is very sick at his rooms
in Guthrie therefore
fte It Resolved that a committee
of three members of the House be
appointed to visit Mr. Turner at
his apartments and inquire as to
his comfort nnd the state of his
health ut administer such as he
'I he Speaker a);Qtntcd as such
committee Mr. Smith of Custer
Pr. Siiclson and Dr. Baldwin.
The following bills were each
read the second time and reference
made as indicated
fbmse Mill o. 31 b Williams
of Comanche to Kdncatinn.
House' Hill N- 330. by Williams
' Comnnchp. to Kdncntitw
Housoi Hill No. 332; In McRl-
hanev to Public Service Corpora-
lions. House Hill No. 120. by Watrous.
to Manufactures and Commerce.
Ilon.se Mill No. 328. In WatMiis
to Piivate Corporation
()n motion of orvell. House
Bill No. j In Norvrll. was
culled up for third reading and fin-
al passage the same having been
rjd oir two previous scvetal legis-
lative davs 1 he question being :
Shall the bill pav.. Roll calf re
suhed as follows-
Ayes: Allen of Alfalfa. An-
thony. Bowdre Branson Carson
Crouch. Dav Durant Durham.
Iarl Harley. F.vans. Kzzard Har-
ris Ifollaiid Tltiddi. Jnpp Jar-ix-lt.
Jesf JoilOs King. Lock-
wood IA Martin Murdoch
McacIoo. McCalla. Orcutt Reeve.
Rnlliff. Riddle Ridqr. Sands.
Shearer. Sherman. Skccit Smith
of Delaware; Stevens Stettuiund
Stone. Tandy. Tillotson Utter-
back. Vaiidevcnter Whitchurst.
Wilson. Total 46.
Nays: Abbott Allen of Sequoy-
ah ; Armstrong of Choctaw : Arm-
strong of Kiowa; Asllby Bald-
win Banks Bovle Briggs Broom
Casteel Chastain Deyerle Durst
Ellis Faulkner Fisher Harrison
of Hughes: Harrison of McCur-
tnin; Hnrt Hawkins. Ilendrick-
soh Hobdy liuddleston Lindsey
Mantis McFlhaney O'Neal Pas-
chal Porter Ross Spiitli of Cus-
ter; Smith of Grant; Suelson
Stivers. Swengle Tabor Vanda-
vcer Wormian Watrous Whit-
son Williams of Comanche : Wil-
liams of Pushmataha ; Mr. Speak-
er. Total 44.
Not voting: Cope Norvell
Rainey. Total 3
Absent Ballard Beck Brown
Bryan Butler Chappell Fraser
Johnson MQorc McCnnts. Pcn-
dergnift Putnnm Smith of
Dcwoy; Smith of Washita; Stag-
tier Turner Total 16.
The Speaker announced thnt the
bill having failed to receive a ma-
jority of the members the same
A member from the losing side
moved to reconsider the vote bv
which the bill failed to carry.
On motion of Dr. 'Ridgle the
House went into cowittiUeW 'of the
Whole for the consideration of
House Bill No. 206 bv Murdoch
and Sands Ben F. Harrison in
Tlu committee arose reporting
progress and asking leave to sit
The following House Bills wejx
inr.'uduced. each read the fust time
and made special order for second
reading the net legislative dav:
House Bill No. 333 bv Williams
of Comanche entitled " n Act io
amend wet u in 1. of tliapt 4 of the
itsston laws of i.Kgg of Okjilvmia
Territory and to umerd sre 4 of
n act etitlel 'An Ait creating a
itale lianking loard e.slablishing
a slate tlepobitors' guarantee fund
to intone depohittirs against loss
when the bank becomes insol-
House Hill No. 33.1 bv Tiilut-
son entitled " n Act to provide
for the fonimtion of public ruauVj
districts to provide for the blind
ing or improvement of public
roads therein prescribing a meth-
od of paing the cost tliereof by
benefit assessments and the collec-
tion and disbursements of the
funds received as the result of
such assessments and die 'appoint-
ment of officers in reference there-
to their duties and compensation
with an emerfeency clause."
House Bill No 335 by Durham
entitled 'An Act repealing gener-
al sections irjS-6 and 2373 of
Wdoon's Statutes aud enacting a
section' in lieu thereof"
House Bill- No. 336. by Durllni.
entitled "n Ait to provide lor
. i i
MONDAY. FE&RUaBVJA 1
'III- I ill III ! Mllllir lull .11 fl it Till
compensation of count attor-
Mouse Bill No. 339 by Maims.
entitled "An Aet tt prohibit the
owners; nwjl.'lgors aiUl condeclors
01 any puunc unijaio auo poui
room bowling alleys Or Card tables
allowing any miuo fti play bowl
or remain in thts rtffitrl hall tent
shed bulldinff oi'-aiiy part there-
Vlr pYoVldirtg 'a 'ptnalfi' therefor
House Bill N513('bv Maims.
entitled ''Ait Aat tf provide fi
ccruucAuou 01 icnm.icri
House Bill No.rf30 tv Vandc-
venter entitled "Ail
tor me proiccuop mm s.Tictv o
persons u and about tup construc-
tion repairing aUcxritlcSn or re-
moval of buildings Viaducts and
other structures and to provide
for the enforcement thereof"
House Bill No. 340 b Vorvell.
entitled ""An Act defining the du-
ties of the railroad companies or
corporations their lessees irus-
tecs and receivers ill relation to
the equipment of locotiiotne -
gines; f'xing the measure of dA-(
ages for negligently setting 1 1 j
fires: and nrovidintr that ilu- hnt-t
den of proof in certain c:ims shall
be upon the defendant."
Senate Bill No. 1 36 b riinmas. 1
having been read dn Uvo previous
several legislative days was placed
upon third rending mid Imal pas-
sage the question being Shall the
bill with the emergency be paused?
The ayes ami nays wcte railed re-
sulting as follows:
Ayes: Abbolt Allen of Alfalfa;
Allen of Seqnpynh : Anthony
Armstrong of Choctaw Arm-
strong' of Kiowa ; Asliln . Bald-
win. Ballard Batiks. Howdre
Boyle Briggs Branson t arson
Cusleel. ( happell C li a tain
Crouch. Day Deyerle Ihuant
Durham Durst FjtrL. I'.lhs. F.v
aus EzAlrd Faullflier Harris
Harrison of llugh'efi and Pitts-
burg; Harrison of McCurtain;
Hhrt. Hawkins Hendrickson
Hobdy Hollnnd Hnddleston
Hudson jurrclt Jesse Johnson
Jones. KJqp Liiufwy J.ockwo6d
London ' Inuus Martin Atiir-
doch. McAdoo. McCalk McEl-
hany NorVlllc .O'NeaJ Orctilt
Paschal Portejv Rrt'iu&y Reeve
Ratli ff. Riddle aider. Ross
Sands. Shearer Skecn-Smith of
Custer; Smith of Delaware;
kjllll.l KJl VJI.U1- k-lllt--!1 .JttiJJtl"
ens SteUrtltind StivorSii Swengle
Tabor mdy Utterback Arandn-
veer Va'i tlevcnter Wormian Wa-
trous Whiusjutrst Wliitson. Wil-
liams of Pushmataha Wilson
Mr. Speaker. Total 87
Not voting Japp. Total l.
Absent; Beck Broom Brown
Bryan Butler Cope Earley Fish-
er Fraser Moore McCauts Pen-
dergraft P u tuam. Shtn-mAiV
Smith of Dewey; Smith of Washi-
ta; Stagner. Stone. Tillotson Tur-
ner Williams of Comanche To-
The Spenkcr declared that a
constitutional majority of those
elected to and constituting the
amiin ot urautJ sntuson btepn
Ileime of Representative had
vojed for the bill with the emer-
gency and declared the lame dtUy
and legally passed and he signed
the game in opqn session .
Senate Bill No. 15 by BrOok
was read with bc am'cndrtieut
nronosed hv the corneijttee arid the
Hfaise. .- M.r. . Eward movftj t
ndbpt Uio amendments projywed
by the Judiciary committee ex-
cept tliejast. The motion carried.
Mr- "Atitliony movetl to recon-
sider the vote by which section fi
of the original bill was adopted.
M. Speaker pro lent was called
to he chair.
Recess was taken until 1 'JO.
House called to onW Mr.
Speaker in the chair.
Roll Call Quorum present.
Mr. Shaker jro tern was called
to tlte chair.
Tile previous question xvkf or-
dered. The question recurr I up(l Utef
Tii chelc Mil r eoMi or QrlDM with "ITdtWdei"
tnTtaiurdltatforrA(iiaunU. 'A ticipS &kl4
jrltlt fruticj i: laliir Utaa to lt It run od In
Obllgid to euro It tftarwrd. To l tot l'r.
TenUc h Ul euro aim (testily wsiod otfU but
taked earlyat tin aneex ae-tber liMmk or
bead oft then early ooldi. Thtti'i auraly Uttbr.
That' vr by tber are called rrvuttei.
rreventltaro little CUndy Coid Cure. NoQuln.
'Id no tibrtlc noUiUnt tldunlut. Nlca (or th
clillJren and thoronghlr tafe too. II you ImI
ehlllr.lt jrou aoeet!! job aehe all orar. thlnV ot
frareotlet. Promptn(pw'13.'?lo w?a half rtnir
tuual alckiiM. And do6' loriet your oblkl It
tharalt loverlkhaea nljhtorUar Ilvwlaprob.
ablr lies IrTMitti' rreatest eOUiHor Suk la
to boxo tor the pookjt alio la iix halel pt it
rravaaUci. Intiiton your dmgciw illn 7011
Stop That Cold
atlnption of the Anthony mcition.
ttol! call demanded. The fol-
lowing voted in favor of reconsidering-
AoDott Allen of Se-
quoyah: Anthony Armstrong of
t hoc taw Arms'lrong of IGowa;
Baldwin. Boyle Tlrnnson Bryan
Carson Casteel. Cope Crouch
Dnv. Durant Durham Duist
Earl. Farley. Evans Eizard liar-
nsonl dl IMJtQiiHdili ; Hart Hen-
di'ickson. Hobdv Hudson
farrett. Tesse. lohnson.
Lindsev. Maims. Mavlin. McCai
la. MrCauts Norvell. O'Neal Or
cutt. mscnai l'orter Katne
j Reeve. Ratliff. Ross Sands Shear
er. :vmtli of Ctisler; hmiln of
Delaware; Snclson Stevens. Stiv-
ers. Swengle Tabor. Tandy Til-
lotson Utterback. Vandavcer
randcventer Watrous White-
hurst. Williams of Pushmataha -Total
The following voted against re-
considering: Mien of lfalfa;
Ballard. Bowdre Briggs Broom
Brown ( happell Clwstain Dcv-
erlc Fllis Faulkner. Fisher Fra-
cr TTartis Harrison of Hughes.
Hawkins Tones Lock wood. Lon-
Jv.;. Murdoch. McAdoo. McFl-
hane. Riddle Rider. Sherman
Skeen. Smith of IVuri . Smith of
Grant. Smith of Washita. Stell
tniind. Stone. Wormian. "Whilsoti
and Mi. Sjieaker.- 'Iota I 34.
Absent: Ashbv Banks. Beck
Butler Holland Moore Pender
gmft Putnam Stagner Turner.
Williams of Comanche Wilson
Mr. Speaker assumed I he chair.
The Speaker declared the mti
t-'on to reconsider cariied. The
iiiestion then recurred upon the
motion to strike out section 6. The
Senate Bill No. 1 ; as amended
by ihe House having been read
on two previous several legislate
days was put on third reading and
final passage. The question be-
ing: Shall the bill wllh Hie emer-
gency be pnssed? The roll call
resulted AS follows:
Ayes: Atibott Allen of Alfalfa;
Allen of Sequoyah; Anthony
Armstrong- of Choctaw; Arm-slrouw-
of Kiowa; Baldwin Bal-
lard Bowdre Boyle Briggs Bmn-
sOn Broom. Brown Bryan Car-
stm Casteel. Cone Crouch Dav
Deyerle Durant Durham Durst
Earl Earley. Evans Ezzard
Faulkner Fisher Fraser'. Harris.
Harrison of Hughes and Pitts-
burg: Harrison of McCurtain;
Hart Hawkins ITcudricksou
Hobdy Htfddlwton Httdion
Janp. Jarrett. Jesse John-
son Jones King linde. r.'Kk-
wood Indon Mantis Martin
Murdoch McAdoo. Mcf alia Mc-
Cants McElliatiy Norv'
O'Neal Orcutt Paschal. Porter
Rainev Reeve Rnlliff. Riddle
Rider Ross SatHis. hearer
Sherman. Skeen Smith of Dcwev
Smith of Custer; Smith of IVI.-i-
ware ; Nintli nt Oram ; Smith ot
Washita ; Suelson Stephens Stiv-
ers. Swenele. Tabor. Tand. Til-
Lfotson. Utterback. Vandavcer.
ar.dewntct. Wortmnn. Watrous.
lutthu'-st. Whitsim W'illiatns ;f
Pushmataha. Mi Speaker- Total
Nas StiMie To'al 1.
bseM Nsltln. Hanks. Beck.
Butler. ChapfHI. Chastun. Kilts.
Hullainl Moore I Vmleigraft. Put
nam stagner. Strltnumtl Stone
hunt! Williams of l omanche ;
ilson lolal 17
Hit 'sp iket d'diieil that the
bill li.ivni'j iwoni'il 1 legal and
oiistitiiii unl m.ionl llie same
was p.i-.M'd witli tie tuiergcncv
ckuist i-ul lit su'in.l lln same m
I In 1 -Mowing iue-.-.t).i' was re
enci! 1 mi tin Inni 1 nor :
1 .hiItic ( kl tan 31. lootf
Ttt Ihe 1 egislatmc
I have the hoiioi in repoit to
vou 1 honorabli- boh that 1 have
ajiprovctl and sigm-il merhorial to
congrcs urging the revtication of
the 01 tier made In the secretan
of the interior segiegatiag ot
withholding fioni rdlotment cei
lain ntimbv-rR ot townships in Mc
CtirUiti Pushmataha Latimer and
Ltifloie counties lot the purpose
of creating .1 timbei and game t
1.' N IIaskku
House toncurrent resolution No.
lu by Faulkner relating to the in-
scription 011 coins ltavutg been
read on two previous several leg-
islative days whs placed on third
reading and final passage. The
question being: Sliali the resolu-
tion pass? Roll dill resulted A$
Ayes: Abbott Allen of Sequoy-
ah ; Anthony Armstrong of Clioc-
tnw; Armstrong of Kiowa; Bal-
lard Banks Boyle Briggfi Bran-
son. Broom Brown Bryan Car-
son Chappell Chastain. Cope
Crouch DeverJc Durant. Durham
DunuV Earl. Ellis. Faullaur Fish-
er Harris Harrison of Hughes
Some Rare Bargains For To(M:
and Until We Move.
We have during tlie last 10
days received some real bai
gains in rental Pianos anil
Organs that we will close dnt
cliea'p down low to save mov
ifig nd to make room for Qtft
new stock which will begin to
arrive in a few ddys. LOOK
Qne slightly used Dunbar
Qae almost New Kimball
15 slightly used and second
hand .Organs from
25 colordd and flowered morning glory
phonoraphhoms that must go at once
at half price.
Oldest Music House in Okla.
homex Before Buying.
arid Pittsburg; Harrison of Mc-
Curtain; Hart Hawkins Hen-
drickson. Hobdy Huddleifou
Hudson. Japp Jarrett Johnson
King Lmdscy Manus Mtr-
titi. MtirdocJt McCalla Mc
Elhanv Norvillc OJNcal Pan-
McElhanv Norville O'Neal PaM
chal Re vc Ratliff Riddle Rider
Ross Skeen Smith o Cuslrr:
Smith of Delaware; Smith oi
tirant; smith of WashilnJ Snnl
sou. Stivers Swengle Tabor Tan-
dv. Tillotson Turner Vandavcer
N'.mdeventer Wortman - Whife-
huist. Whitstm William of Push-
mataha; WiKnn. Mr. Speaker
N'nvs- Allen of Alfalfa; Bowdr
Dav Jones McAdoo Orcutt Pot-
tt 1 Sands. Shearer Sherman
Smith of Dewe. Utterback. V-t-ions
bsent Ashbv Baldwin Beck
Butler Casteel. Farley Evans F-
anl Fraser. Holland Jesse Loi k-w-mI
ljndon. Moore McCants
I'tn-lergrafi. Ptttnattl Rainey
Manlier. Stephens Stettmund
Stone and Williams of Comanche
I he Speaket atmounced that tile
icst.tution had received a legal and
t institutional majority and the
s.niitt was passed and he cigned the
itiie. in open sesitn.
House Bill No aa. was made
special ordet for next legislative
House adjtjumed on motion of
Mr London until Monday at t P
M ' C II PITTMAN.
Minute t letk.
Neo'ectetl Colds Threaten Uife.r-
tProm 'he tiiieago Tribunei
Uont tu'le with a cold' is good
advice foi prii-ii nt men and woman
tt mav be Mini mi t.3e jf a B1M.
J'roper food iood ventilation and dry .
warm 1 luthim are the proper i.afi-
guardn aalnBi ccliln It' thev flfo
njnlniulne.l Hi rough the chnngoaoie
'readier of autiuAn. winter an.1 pr'jhK.
the chant en of 11 surprise from oral
llttry colds vrtll be allshU But tho dr-
dltinry light colli will become Mrtfyi
If tiBglected and a well tHifablUhed
rtpe cold is to ttw 5fh8 or tltpatWfirla
What floiiey 1h to tUi bee. The rktr
et meiiawi in child life At thts fSr
sm of the year la tho noglooled coidt"
Whether It is a child or adhll th - Ola
slight or severe the very bent trpAU
ninni that can be udopted Is to gti?e
Chamberlain's rough liemedy. It Is
safe and wira The grent popularity
nnd unmenso sale of this plOpfaUBu
lias bean attalund by its remarkable-
eiirea of thlli nlllnent A cold foVr
results in pneumonia when It In given.
For sale by c ft ltenfro.
$15 to 150
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