The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 93, Ed. 1, Saturday, February 29, 1908 Page: 2 of 6
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UNDER TJJHiUS OF DUll-
ANT BILL CONSIDER-
IiD IN HOUSE
QUESTION OP R2NTAL
LEFT TO COMMISSION
ProlecliOfl for Any Prefer
ence Right Now Held
i" " .
Tha Durtint bill regarding the np
pralsemcnte of school lands was before
the botiso yostnruay afternoon. This
1)11 was drawn according to tho recom-
mendations or Governor Haskell in a
n nodal mossagn somo tlmo ago. The
message urged Immndlato ncUon on
tho part of tho loglsIaUiro for pie rea-
son thnt tho tlmo -was near when a
largo number of cases wahl oxpiro
mid tbcro had boon Do provision mndo
10 reappraise the school lands so that
the rentals might bo Increased or do-
vronsod according to the valuation of
Thtiro was considerable discussion
when tho I'Hl appeared In t'to hoiiBO
yestorday and It wo Anally sent to
n special committee for revi Ion. Th
Mil originally provided that all leases
rSplrlng January 1 108 'shall at
tlo option of tho lessee be extended
tutll tlio first day of Jnnuary. lSWfl."
The bill also "provided for an Increase
of lyenty-ftve per cent In tho rental
htt stated that If any Individual lessee
G'lt aggrieved nt the Increase ho
might present his objections to tho
commissioners of tho land office who
'ehJl havo power and nnlhorltj to
adjust tho rental In ucjj cases oqulta-
lily." J Tlio special ronimltteo so amended
tho sorond noctlon that louses OxpIrtnR
between December 35 100? and Janu-
ary i. 10OS. shall bo extended until tho
firm day of noxt January without fur
thor action on the part of tho commis-
sion and tho commissioners are to
have the power to rtilso or ldtyor tuff
-.renta. for ihat time.
Section 8 give the romuiiaatunfu
of tho land offlci row or to renew -'U
Ttonsos uxplrlnjr Jauimry 1 1!)00. to
tho rontnls and to establish rules .C.
jcBulntlens. piovlded tbnt notiUnR in
tho bill slmll impair any preference
jiBht now VJd by any lesseo umlrr
tho existing luw or by any extxt'ng
Af.T some .nneii.imeuls and cor
lection; tlu bill ft as ordered to en-
frrossinoiit. A Distinguished Visitor.
l)rt Iyman Abbott or New York. Is
1o b the t r Oklahoma univer-
sity filareh 5 i 0 ami the senate paw-
on" a Joint resolution asking lilm ti
NildrotB tho IftRlslatuie at W convonl-
enco. The resolution came before the
THE VALUE OF CHARCOAL
Few Reoplft Know How Useful It Is
I nPrescrvh.S health and Beauty.
Costs Nothing to Try.
Nearly ovoryboay Tutors that char-
coal ts tho safest and most offlclont
disinfectant and purifier In natoro.
but fow realise Ite valuo when taken
lnttt tho human nystem for tttd b.vjie
Charcoal Is a remedy that the mora
you tako of it tho bettor: it is uot a
dniK at all but simply nbBorha tho
asea nnu. Impurities always present
In tho stomaelc and intestines and
currlee tliem out of the system.
f'harctti sweetens the breath after
titnoklns drinklnK or after oatlng ou-
Jtns and other odorous vegetables
clisrcoal riffectually clears and Im-
Itoob tiie complexion It whitens the
teeth and further acts as a natural
and pmim utly safe cathartic.
It Absorbs tho Injurtow sassos
sbkk coiioct la the stomach and
Iwwete it dininfecu the mouth and
tl inat from the poison ot catarrh
AH dniRslst sell charcoal tn one
form or another but probably the
i st charcoal and the most for the
H"ney Is la Stuart's Charcoal Loieu-
pei ; they ore coiniood of th tlnost
jwwdared Willow charcoal and other
harmless antiseptics In tablet form
or ruther In tho form of lar?o pleas-
nnt Uujtlng loiongae the obaroal be-
iug mixd -witU honey.
The dnly tH of thoso loconges w 111
fioon tell In A much Improved condi-
tion of the Bttnsral health bcttr
ootnpleKloR sweeter brenth and imrT
Mood. Mid the beauty of It is that n
jost4bu harm can result from
their oUnutxl us. but on the con
Umj Kret benefIL
A iiiffalo phj-sfdan In speaking of
the l uatlltH of oharooal says: ' I
dr Htuait's Charcoal Ix)enjioe lo
till m lb w WBffarg from gas In the
ium'-it and bowqle and 0 clear the
coHxpl xion sjjd parlfy brflath mouth
Mttd throat I also boltovo Uio liver
h hc- a'ly tHMteQtod by tint (Jally use
u U " they cost but twanty-ftvo
uU ')x at drug store and al-
thousii n some sense a paUrtii prej)'
l.ratkt. et 1 beliava I get more ajid
l .(.! tutrcpal n SiJuart's Chnrooal
i " " tun in any af Utp ordi-
j y .urcoal tsbiat."
4e i ywr aajM tad addreaB today
Ur a fa trtl ppg pd i tort
youiWJt. r a wtturt uo Hi suart
p4j.. JU1I Mlfa.
Mr. and Mrs. CUrjsliaji
Geisler of 3434 A Street
philailcluMa pa. Have Just
Ccieto-atea Tlieir GoWen
Wedding Mr. Geisler Has
Bcsii Cured of Clironic Bron-
chitis JUrs. Geisler of Grip
and' Indigestion by DuffyJs
J?uro Malt Whiskey
In a letter ju.it received Mr. Geis-
ler wrote: 'Iliad a very bad caic
of chronic bronchitis. After trying
other remedies Ww cured by Duffy's
Tute Mult J.Yhiscy. My wife had
grip and indigestion nod is bunfi
rtpMly restfcted to health by Dufiy'a
Pure M nit Whiskey. Wc can sec a
dally improvement in bcr We have
been married pycr fifti years I spnt
you this testimonial with pleasure as
I wish others to be benefited by
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey as wc
have been. I heartily Indorse: It as a
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
is nn jibsohucjty pure distillation of
malted grain great care being uscid
to iUVC CVCQr Jtcrjicl thoroughly
malted thus destroying the genn
unci nr'oducine a nrcdhrcstcd liquid
footlin the form of a malt essence
which is the most effective tonic
?.t i..... ;....: . I .
Miiumant aim inviguiiuur rhuwii iu
science; softened by warmth and
moisture its patatability and freedom
from injurious substapecs render it
to that it can be retained by the most
Sold by druggists grocers and
dealers or direct. $1 a bottle. Illus-
trated Medical Hooldct containing a
fcjv of tho mny convincing tcti-
tjionials received from grateful men
and woman who have been cured
ana doctor's advice sent free. Duffy
Malt Whisks? Co. Jtpch'cstcr $ Y
liousp ns a part or the senate 1pUsIi(-
anil was passed by a iinnnliniia voto.
A comihllteo will 1) nppolnted to qx
lend the Ins nation.
Evans Gets the Pen
uftoi tho passage of tho Kvans bill
for county teachon' in.tltulos Allen
of Alfalfa moved that ISvnna bo given
tfcu pon wlUi which poahor Murray
sigiKxl tho bill ami tho motion Ortnled.
Hopso IMU at. liy Cnsiwl and King
Wun ramo Laelj to tho Unuse ns
mnondwl by ;v special comui! :e This
kt tile bill providing for tho transfer
ut te-o.il.. ttlc '" divided counties It
" Issued to n
rouient and tuiru
"Mother Hubbard" Locomotives
Sennto 'Dill N HW. by Frunklln
vas imiiftnltnly ipostpontil It was a
bill aealnst the use ot "Mother Hub-
bar.1" locoimitlst'K by railroads. It
was. assorted tint t litre nro only four-ti-i.ii
; them lu us in th state. The
cor.s! !; jtloa of th" bi! was pofti"U"d
foi the reason that the corporation
c mmlsslon has full iiower to deal
with the matter
benator Franklin's bill ns to the
transfer of cases was somewhnt
amended ami passed to engrossment.
Tho bill contain a a number of techni-
cal mentnieitf tl a bill for the same
p-rpose unmed before the holidays
mid relate only to courts In tho In-
dian Torrltoiy. Later It was placed
an roll ctill ami pasted bv a unanimous
Assets and Debts of Divided Counties.
The oommltteo subatltuto for all
Dills relating to division ot the assets
nnd liabilities of dlvidod count Ii was
taken up. A larjje number ot Iheso
Willis had been olferod most of them
before tho holiday?- Tho substitute
confcis original ami exclusive Juris
diction on the supreme court as ui an
cases arising out of the division ot o
b't and liabilities of divided coun-
ties The supreme ourt Is to hear
and di'turmlne all actions along that
line and maki- a fair and equitable dl
vision ot the assets liabilities and
urouertr of the new and parent coun
ties The bill UX"S a penalty for tin
lawfully WUboldliiK any mime) be-
longing to an of the counties or their
Allen of Alfalfa desired t . make
the old Woods comty hbJi - liool tbf
Joint pioperty of Major Woods and
Alfalfa counties and offered an
amemlmint to that effect However
his amendment wsa tablel Tue bill
was then ordered to viiKrossme.it and
The ttat auditor appeared ana pre-
senteil tlio membois warrants foi
tneir per diem.
Speaker's Fair Play Ruling.
Murray made an tiwpoitant rullun
ah to bouse aud nenato busiiiess A
cminitte bad had under consider-
tioH a bous and senate bill both
dialing with the awe sutyeof TM
b nate bUI lu btwu paasd by the ien
ne but the Uuime commit recom
im nibni ibat it do not imss aud tecoin-
. . .. . 1. i....... t.iii
ivi'Miueu iut iHWHii; " ue "v"
bp.'sUer Murray ruled the report or
imininttice out f de' ataUag that
when the seuate twMWl a bUl Orst he
would tulo thai the wa)ta bill oul
v-ouM be in order tls house would
. im t the senate lo aecortl It like
nt'iUm.ut tmaer gtinUflr oli'cuni-
Xh the biwise goes to Oklahoma City
tin- at t i noon. It adjournod until Uu
t guai uour Monday
RAOE 15 lijJSyED
(jBy Assoojaiel IrsM
rhicejra FiU ftt.4-1) Alparioan
or leader Jn the Kf Yaris-PatjB
re lft hero tkla aomfuf. The
ainar eouttKUt wtf mU feft.
swj' ' i J'" ' nfiiii.iWHn .iils1 :. .f
with iyt$jiu$n:tpN the
OBJECT OE ATTACK
SENATORS ON RECORD
IN 40-MINU1E TALKS
epnsjitutionalily Qf Com
mitiee'Bill Subject of
In the lato afternoon session Prldny
the eetiato l!ui?!god In ten mlnulo
speeches on tlio merits ot tho booze
Hlalr Ci.nnlngham emith nnd
many othors dufendod tho measure
Mr. Itoddio malmig tho second man
stating that It was cortstiliitldnal olt-im-
mtrir.?itv. 'Willi "Mr. Ullhtns ho
figrcoii i xmg possllilo to put fn force
0ery part of tho mw.
Messrs bCitftnlnslmm and Stanford
delated their teftdlnosa foi tho prohi-
bition inotfiure both declaring opposi-
tion to tho dispensary. Mr. Cunning-
ham was caustic fn referring to young
men determined to reform the world.
Mr. Stanford caused a smllo When he
declared tho ddctrlne of personal lib-
erty "no law should evoi curtail tho
Individual so long as that Individual
dqes hot ftunoy or trospasa asalnBt thn
convenience and llbirty of hm nolgh-
iKir.'' As tills Jofforsonlau atntemont
was heraklrnl the democrats cheorod.
Franklin Stumped Reporters
Notmo took JfrnnUllire speech there
fore It wua reat. It brako tho tenso
Doing1 nud. rts did LUtlo tho day bo-
Wrt. brougl't thcr sumito and all In
hearing Inlo cheoin. Ho compnrotl
Davis Little Taylor Blllnps ami Rod-
die to all' tho groat Crooks Persians
aud Hindus who hail oor mado Hfo
tuoro oaay by tensoti of their philo
sophy. and imrlod Orook and uatin
and Texan all 'comblnsd until tlio
nudlouce shouMHl with Joy. Jt wna
Impoeelblo to monograph tho rouiarki".
It was clean and as sarcastic as had
t.ccn nearn uinl when tlio speaker de-
tlaifd ho had "listened to hours nnd
di.ys of olo'pionce nnd up to this
time do not know how the speakers
intend to vote." he censed but tho ap-
plause was geneuius even tho anna
tors who hnd buen Jngnlllzod Joining
Russsll ir Henry Clay.
H nrv Clay was no greater compro-
miser than iH'sseil who declared his
ptrsoiiRl antipathy to tho dispensary
but was to support it ns beat that
could bo obtained.
Mr 15grimnn In ought a storm ot
dlsappioval when he moved to accopt
al' but the emergency section with-
drawing IiIb motion wbon ho ascertain-
ed a doien amendments wore to bo of-
foroil. After Hafchctt had grilled tho meas
ure. Uavls Joined nillups und down
tho lino tho s&cllons woro shot in
run 111 HIlQCOSsloil
Uedwlno rled to amend ano ipsi
and Hlllups offered ono amendinOnt
stating UintUatiirr houso bill bad cored
for the proviso stricken. Mr. Davis
also offered a section to romovo coun-
ty officials falling to porform tholr
duties. Various "other minor umond-
mrut4 were made.
Another Debatlnn Hitch.
Mr Tayttu: offered an amondmont
making it uunecossHiy for the anoriit
t hae a warrant In certain cases
Mid was votd doti-n. llatcliett taking
the lead In opposition
Mr Mhols brought applause In nn
Impassion' ffforT to strike out ins
stc.Mou empowering r-illroad oenduct-
oih to make arrest. Mr. IDCltols de-
tlund no man not under bond should
he empowered to make arrests and
Mr Stafford backed the proposition
tin being niiestioncd by Blllnne
Eol.ols declared it was Indecent to of
fet any man the right to an est an-
other without maklr.K htm responsible
to some one aud in sonr manner
Stewart moved that the "timmlttee
rlne and report the motion prevail-
ing Houso Matters
The house repnrttd asieenwnt on
Fort HiiKily hlum ainendinents; also
jo No 1W the lustitute meusuro by
Eans. of Alfalfa county. Senate Cou-
carent Resolution No 17. by Tuotna.
wan approved by the house. Senate
INN No. 108 was ineaflkiHely postpon.
) being the bill requiring use of cer-
tain typ of etiglnea by I'VaiikJIn
SI i WVnue offerel a concurrent res-
olLtiou to uiemorlallie congress to
pass a la-w on the subject of poly-
gsoty. COLDS CAUSE HEADACHE 1
LAXAT1VW BROMO QUJNINHlj ro-
moves ths cause Used tlio world over
to Core a Cold In One Day B. W
Ckuve'sslguature ou box. 25c.
INIQUITIES OF FEE
SeeiJ to wily Leafier
Muafcoge OkVs. J'eb JS.-WusUoe
or tae paaoe aud Qaustauieft in the new
state work on trie. This makes them
unaaoally afthe good laeuy U).
m ALL USE
.ill-Hr . 5l;:
:r nr j(lPil
111: I wWil
(MRS. ANNIE: BLWmr
1 TEscrt: yy
Now Cats and Sleeps Well.
Mrs. Annie Tcsrh 337 23rd
Avenue 'Milwaukee Wis.
writes: "Wbon I wroto to you
for ndvlco my health was a
total wreck. I could not sloop
and thought I would die
as thoro scorned to bo no help
for mo Hut I followed your
ndvico and took Permit) and
"I am now cured I can cat
and sleep well and onjoy life.
never will be without
Pcruna should any of us bo sick.'
Catarrh ot Worst Form.
Mrs. Amanda Long 7237 Scoloy
Avonuo Chicago 111. writes:
'I bellove that I am cured of catarrh
of the worst farm and of lone standing.
"Iwas almost a total wreck. I tried
almost everything and doctored with a
number of dado-fa but thoy did mo no
"I tried Portma ns a last resort and by
tho timo 1 had taKon ono bottlo I could
seo that it wis helping mo nud bo I con-
tinued iakln! H. I Can say now that I
havo not folt ttao slightest symptoms for
thrco months and I think thero la
nothing ilk" Pornna. I still koop It in
tho houGo and think thero is no mcdl-
cinollkoit. X cannot praiso it too highly
and bless tlu dny that I learnod of it."
Mrs. Judgo J 3?. Boyer 1 121 Sherman
Avenue JSvanston 111. writes that ser-
ornl complications upltcd lu pulling lior
down and alio thanks I'oruna for new
llfo and atrongth.
For two years Jit Hartiiinn nnd his
assistants havo incfjnntly Inborcd 'to
cronte Peruna' in tablet form and their
strenuouslabors have just been orownpd
with success. 1'uopjo who object to
liquid mcdloInoXcan npy asura Purufia
tabtote; JSach tnblotls equivalent loonc
nverago dosu 0"f IVruna"
stances und a constable and JtnUtro of
the neace dobie team work can nuijku
an arrest and One stick on most any
kind of a charge For Instance the 1
other day thero weru four tnon ou a
Prisco train between Miu.kogce and
Tahlequuh playing pitch to kill time
They were not plavuiK for B"py. ')"
a constable who hoarded the tiain nt
Hastings saw Jt was a card frame so -.
le arrested them and at Tahlequah I Muskogee Okl.i . Feb. 2!' A land
they Were fined ?2t: andosH. ''lnle swept several hundred yardr of
A farmer who lives at Barron hitch the Midland Valley track into Bird
ed up his te.un. one Sunday morning cieuk at a point tbred miles north of
and drove to a place that he had Pawhuska. nnd the south bouml pas
leased last year and brought back a dinger train narrowly escaped des-
few bushebi of corn. Ho was arrest- tiuetlon. The rocenf heavy rains had
od by the constable and fined by tho loosened the sWe ot a hill where a
J. P for vlolatftiir tho Sabbath. ng cut hnd boeu mad nnd during
. . the ntghr bundrede of toivft of oarth
PILES CURED AT HOME BY .a"1' atones altpnad down tho side ot
NE ABSORPTION METHOD. cut nuttlttt the track over into
if ou suffer from bleeding. Itching. wwfc and partlnlly buryliur .t.
blind or piotrudlng Piles send me Whan the passenSor train rawe
r n. oi n.irf..o n.1 i win foil along Uio engineer saw tho debris
JUtll US4(I 11I1U iituta . Vtll M ! -
you how to euro yourself at homo bylid tried to atop the traln'ut tho
the now nlwrptlon treatmonl; aud ! Swtf.ti? l1"1 anost
Jipmedlate relief njid pormnnent ottro
assured. Send uq money but toll
ttUltl J Wit l V ilVMItJ tUUUHRVVl
others of this offor. AVrlto today to
Mrs. M. Summary Box P South Bend
TITSWORTH ON TRIAL
Spocial to Dally Leader.
Muskogee Okla. Fob. 20. Ben Tlta-
worth is on tnul here charged with
the murder of Itemit.v M'arsbal Sum
Roberts at Prum last auinmer. lfiugetio
Titswoith and Tom Patton are liidlct-
ed on the same charge This ts one I
ot the most noted murder cases thnt
the state Inherited from tho federal
Keeping Open House
iBvoryiiody it wolcomo when wo
feel good; and wo feel that way only
when our dlgoiUvo organs are work-
ing properly fir King's New Ufe
Pflls regulate pie nation of ston.ncb
l.ver and bowels bo perfectly one
can't fiieij) fepJlUK I'ood wiion ho
usee these pills. 380. nt C. U. Iteufra's
INDIAN CONVWED OF MURDER.
Special to Dal))' JftRder
MuHkonet Okla.. Feb. 29 Tom
tl.al.nl f..l( atUJ P.Aall l.l.lln. IUUI
'". 1UUMHWMW v.jc mmii ...
iinlri.ul iJ ilia miininr of Mlpkftv
ftuiiah at EaiatiltiaiibetuMtatMt'Hentauoe
-" -" -" -- .--
has not been liH(i. XaholifeAiinut
umh?ratand a llQrd af-Bifgilah and th.
proceedings t Jie trial had to be In-
terpieted for 8.fm
' t ' "
Many ills ceFne iwm Impure blood.
Can't have pura blood with faulty dl-
gesiimi. lazy llval- and aluggish now-
els. linrdiKl: JJlpod Bitters aiiug-
thens stomach inwclB anil liver and
purtflw the bloedi--1"
Only 0 "BSO GWINi' ii:
laxative BrwBg Qjiu
Cma CfoHli) 9m tW C"9
i .... iffrin t iiiiMMi ifw
PHUNA INf OUR
Who is best able to iudgo
housewife who has used it in her homo for yearsi or prejudiced
sensational writers who have never used Pe-ru-na in their
lives? it will not tako any fair-minded reader a minute to
decide which is tho best evidence Thqnolhcrs of tho Up-fted
States believe in Po-ru-na Tho halt million women who
praiso Po-ru-na recoivo no pay for doing so and tho half
dozen editors who dispatago Po-ru-na got big pay for doing
soi Which is tho beSt evidence?
Sore Throat for Years.
Mrs. C. Dashol 8S1 Irving Avonuo Chicago .(11. Curator
Natural History Society wrltos: "
'I am glad to bo able lo recommend Teruna for chronic soro
throat. I had boon troubled with sore throat jfor years hut
could llnd nothing to help me. I ltad an.wful
Mr. John C. Jlussoll S10 County
Street Portsmouth Va. as rites
regarding his wife's coso as fol-
"I thought It would bo donijr
but Justice to yrtur gteatmodidm
to tell you. what it has done for
"Two years ago the doctor called
at onr house on an average thrco
times a week in attendance upon
my wife who was suffering from
acuto indigestion. Her sutfering
was so great that nothing but
morphine would glvo her relief.
"While on a visit to some f ricniH
In Korfolk she had an attack and I pre
pared to go for
tho doctor wbon
our frlonil proposed
Pornna. I gavo her
adobe repeating -it
In a I1.1U hour and lior p.ilns passed
away. Since that time my wife has
galnod thirty pounds.
"Woaro never put of Peruna. When tho
j ohUdwn or I h.avo aeld jv o(alyHmeof
I mamma's Pecuna. JflnduTiaSoul my
doctor blil clow a to almoal nathing."
TD AIN'V NARBAW nrAIC
axiii u ijMvvyu uvni 1-
LiindsliUo Scpt Several
Hundred Yards of RaihoatL-
Track Into Cicck
i . .u.
US nro nov transferring passeng-
at tile alldo and a ulg wrecking
- . . .T .... .1. .
"Viw" "JLSS X:
J The Midland . Valley creeps along
the bank of Bird creek for -several
miles hugging' the sides or the big
hills. Yho softening ot the ground
caused the break On this hillside ami
the water from Bird creek which U
out of its banks makes the wreck
haul to cifiaiv The Midland was fur-
ther embarassjDd this morning by a
wreck Just north of Keeftuh where a
couple ofeoal cars went Into the ditch
and tltd up the line Ucireial Super-
intendent arris is worktug w recking
crews night and day to clear the lino.
8ufferln0 a"d Dollars Saved.
M. S. Loner ot MurlUa N. Y.. nays
"I am a carpenter and hao had many
severe cuts healod by Bucklon's Ar-
nica Salvo. U line saved me sulfur-
lug and dollnrs. It is by far the
beet holding salve I have over found "
Heals burns soros ulcers fver
sores enema aud idles. 2fc at C.
It. Itofro'ift 4r"6Bnt. .'
TO CALL ELECTION
Special to Dally leader.
Muskoge. Okla. Feb.
23 A pell-
. . . . .. . .ll .
' H011 aKIIlM utivaraor nancii o u
- . . .-...... . ... ..
apeciai fiocuun in ;niitiHS" utiuw-
d lately waa signrd today by pver 1000
votora and will le forwaideii to lutn-
rie with a request foi lmmadiate c-
it tho govuruor calls an eiectiou it
wilt lie under the new luw wliKih
makes Muskogee a cltr of the llrat
ela. The dtj will aa to be ro-
dUtilcled in wards ami PfedjicU aud
Ibis wRl lie done without delay. Jt
will sb' t out several addlUonR- rooent-
v -.-4 f ."- -J OCT f- fc
f iHr .r. !f&. ttiu-iSPw T6WBiffi!.IJ.
9 : mL VH&
ll' W.imt. .-XBS&iM - SftiAXeZPSl 1 rv-w .
g?i.'-J- W2sWr!!' msistsilflxxi 1
raPAi- wmxrr .Mimmu
VK&I .imm?? Jffif8IKtffllhZ.
ws&mi ?jKis . ummmmii
A &? i".
V V V I! yJ
of tho valuo of Po-ru-na? Tho
In tho morning and was subject to
spoils 1 could not draw a frco breath
and lifo had no plopsuro for me My
throat was dry and parched.
"I supposed I was doomed toflpend
tho rest of my days in "this con-
dition wbon I hoard what jjood
I'cruna had boon to others so I
tried a bottle of it. After using
it I was much bettor and six
bottles ot It cured me.
"I cannot say too much for
Pcruna and I hope that some
poor sufferer Jiko my-
self wll sue this ami
7vw yS given atrial."
Pc-ru-na for Her Willdrcn.
Mrs. Alice Boglo 603 Clinton St.
Clrclevlllo Ohio writes :
'I want to inform yon what Pornna
has dono forme. -t?-
"I havo been afflicted wllh catarrh
for sovoral years. I havo tried differ-
ent medicines and none seemed to do
me any good until I used Poruna. I
havo taken six bottlw and can praiso it
very highly for thpgoodlhjisdono mp.
"I also. flndvlt of groaV bOucllt to'niy
1) brought in by n republican admin-
istration and populated lury-iiy by ne
groes. ??! M
Rome unusual eoropllcaflons have
ari"en. The major lias nlreat'v Issued
t. call for an election April 7 Tho
democrats propose to hold an lection
before that time Under pre nt con
ditions this Is a republican oity If
the drmociatg can rtxllstrlct It they
ran make three .of tlio four wards
democratic and elect tho council. Un-
der the old law mombers of the coun-
cil Aere elected at large. Under tho
new law they will bo elected by wards.
There Is one ward where the nogroos
will outnumber tho whites. Tho no-
srnoH mav dPcliln to elect tw mem
bers of the council und If thoy do tho
chnnccs are thoy cannot be "topped.
B-oWltt'B Cnrbollicod WltCl Hazol
Salvo is especially good for piles. Sold
by C. llr Itojifro - ' -
fflfM&k M iJmm
Did you tliink all pills were made the same -all
quinine pills for instance?
No more so than all flour is alike
Some manufacturers maite quinine pillRoftio
more" medicinal value than Sawdust pills would be.
We use the greatest care in buying all our pills
(other drugs no less) and know that they are
f hey will dissolve.
If your physician prescribes piils come to us
Our pills are all Xresh.
Stale pills become insoluble.
I Weinberger Transfer Conigj
Prompt Attentlou Given to
.Calls for Drayage.
i Spacious Roomfc Por Slon
I Receivers and Distributors
I JCtl.OIX 3i 510W.OKLAH
VJVftp A 1? T E t FUTILE
FIGUT TO AMEND
HUMOR OF RES Ate
Pokcs Goodnatqfed Satire
at Colleagues Taking
Part in Debate i
It wna certainly a rollef from tlio
tense days Spent In consiliums tho
booze bill Thursday afternoon when
Mr Uttle who had led tho ddsperato
fr.iniilr fltrht in KtilUo nut tho iillofreil
unconstitutional clause in a spirit of
levity with the Hist humorous speech
of the session acknowledged defeat.
and giaeetully accepted sumo Tho
spenti deserves being preserved and
the 'tlrmk room" has preserved It lo
be sent to tho senator aft a procont on
bis wedding day
I am heartily In accord with this
-ec tlon nnd 1 wont to say that this is
one tlmo that I agree with tho senator
lrom Coidell This is a serious piopo-
sltion I say to you Mr. Chairman:
what r.ioro heinous crime could bo
tnouRht of or Ininglned in the most
htraiiud imagination of man than tho
-tenllnq of A pint of whiskey?
"Wo liavo spoilt hours ami hours
anl (!as and nights seeking to thiow
around some protcitlon of tho "whip
koy wo havo In this state. Wo "created
a great bead superintendent located at
the capital of Ibis state and wjm has
under him numoioiuj sub-superintendents
scattered throughout this great
land of ours. Not only vtlmt Mr.
("halrmnn but wo go farther thtiti tho
conbtllutiun allows us to go In our do
.lro to uoo Hint thoso who deserve It
shajl havo whiskey. Bccauso thy
want whiskey; n my friend Blair has
said when tknoy want it thqy must
pave whiskoi and thoy will have it
And then to Imagine It you caii Mr
Chairman that after they liudsotteu
this whiskey thathonuj acoundrol was
atrjow down nB to stiouk around and
utnat i. r wiv when ho gets so low a
that ho should go to tho penitentiary
and thero servo tho balance of bis da a
nt haul labor.
"Now Mr. Chairman I say that this
is the most righteous clauso lu the bill
and wo want it to stay thero Let u
remed this bill In any other wny.
but don't let us change this aoctlou ono
bit as we want it Just as it is And
as 1 said nt the beginning I do not
lmngine what more heinous crime a
man could commit than to steal a
pint of whlskej ?"
Senator Smith- "I would like to
suggest Mr. Little thnti you are talk
lng so fast tnut the leporlor Is not
gottlng all you say."
Sunator BlUuna: "Yes I would sug
gest that you spoak a little sfower as
i ui certain uio Boiuiemun wmus u
thU spocch to be toad throughout his
Senator LUtlo: "I thank tho gentle
. (Coullnuod-on jiago. 4)
" Wolainoi MsLiagcr
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