The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 93, Ed. 1, Saturday, February 29, 1908 Page: 3 of 6
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One Price Clothier
JSTete Manhattan Shirt
cellence of our shirts
I demanded Irom every standpoint. All
Ask to aee
L v rtdborts of Enid is In ihi city.
H Aduiii oi Navlnu Is .In the
.loli ii -.on of Noiman Is In
J W Perkm-
is here from Oklnho-
or Pawnee Is a CSntli-
Dnvld Paberts lias returned fnun a
trip to Kaunas
Kx-tMiatar Das Id Martini of Wood-
ward in In tin- ritj.
Mis. Pair MoirlKon nurl daughter.
Miss Josephine mo down from Ponca
President A c Dunlin of tin Ft'
Htnlth VstP.n is here tjdas. fi Jin
It" Coiu-ial Ust evening over-
. the demuricrK to the indict nieuts
tor minder .iguiiist "Mike' White.
riifntv Ci en. Kruiik Wfllian . Silus
1'nl.itl. KviTtt Mtovois am? H A.
Wright. Tin' lattci i.i chat -ed with
l.lllinr; a n an in tlm Wlcl i forest
i i- while the ot.'iiers art Mom the
The Jnrv in the -case of li'll Dalon.
liarpt-1 with laicivny f ft n. nudity of
I'Mtlx" wire teinrtted a veniii t of ac
qtiittal yestr-nlaj afternoon.
Thi- tase ol loti Hansom bootlegging.
a taken uti nu.l will be disposed of
Tin' United States conrfc for tha
Wi'Hiwifi dbjtili t of Oklahoma adjourn
t.l iate this .ilieiiKHin for toe form.
Motility Jiulge Cotteral. C'loi k Kin-
icy ami Hunter of the rwper-tUe
viourta. with tlu'tr ileputlus Tom f'Hft
V. n't A C I.l.l" lnni' for Oklphom
ltiv where thej convene a three
ni.itli. lenu ut ooutt.
('"rout Oklhoi(ia fit i he our goee
li Kiitil auit l-nston foi a two month's
VB at wrnii i'lai i" Tlu i-onrt will
''It 1m in wwi'in in thuhrU- attnitt liu-
foi a apucial trim until Jan. 2nl
EDISON IS BETTER
w Yort. N- V. FJ. t . Thodaa
b.iitkou i Momewnat imurova u-
ni1- ... .'."g
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BMatr asc yur
ISn .. .. t. . t. raj.
fT?. ZTZ..-.1 t.rZl...t.zT ihnsbtaiirt tofnakftno mistake. ?-a (.
lOWKMHWy A fK "(WH .
'' ii njiiiTii"i f f 1 1 m li ifi.ii -r -'
We are now
new Spring 1908
pattens ' and
styles in t" h e
hattan Shirts and
invite y o u to
come i n and
see them. Our
success in Men's
Shirts has not
been by chance.
and finish and
the general ex
are all that can be
sjuiris lor men wno
L'w-wjiHMrMafyffmBiiimmmhUiiumi mi wvw m
Furrow & Company.
SECRET OF SPEC-
(Continued From Page II)
lead and I wlnh to tnko tltla npnortun-
It) of thanking those wh rendered te
"Thus far. It Itna been n trying or
lwil for Sir. Sthuottor and myaelf but
ut this atf.e of tha rnco I hnvo provud
conclusively that the forolgn ohih can-
not stand the ruckot on the American
tends and that American made cnr$
ar much hotter suited for thoso eon-
dtttonik "Thtt 'honutlful snnw' was our worat
ohatatJle. Hal it not heen for thb oh-
blruoflon I im sure we would hnve
rs-aclted Chlengo much In advance of
the other machines. We encountered
(Ms mwt in Indiana In fact I'm Bure.
from what I ve en that Indiana has
u crnei on all the anow in the unl-
veisr Many times we had nnthinK
hotter than a barn or a pile of hay for
r Led. hut throughout the Honsler
utate hoHpitallty was pix-erhlal He
Hides our phyaicial condition would
liave irade ua vleep pywerfulh well
on t pile o( cobble stones
'Jf HiO mi lea of good road Is granted
us between Omaha and Chicago I shall
be much more than twelve hours
ahead of the forelajn cats. It Is stilt-
ed a favoritism has been shown us In
many casea In one cane a report
e.atd that iwe had heen granted an ex-
clusive pormft to rWe on th tracks
lot the Northern Indiana Interurban
lice for twenty miles. The reason we
were able to do this was because we
were In the lead. We caught the rail
road people napping and stole a rile
before they could stop us. After ve
had gone by they were on the watch
and stopped the enrs that followed.
"I might aay further that we were
entitled to this little stretch of Uch
sud roadway In view if the fact we
hate contiircwUly broken road from
here to Duffiito so that our compel!
torn could get through after us."
SLAYER OF PRIEST
PLEADS NOT GUILTY
(By AaMulitted Press.)
Denver. Voh. S9. tJutnepjie Alio
stayer of father I-eo irieaded not
KMllty to the ehargt of murder today.
Ills trial was set for March 'JiIl
colds hard coughs severe bronchhit
throats weak Iupes. We wish vou would
doctorlf he knows of anything better
"' w for these troubles than Avers Cherry recto
We believe it is the best mediclng you
possibly take Butask your doctor..!
"'""". .'. "?' Tit' VV-
.. . . -t
aw leader ougTOlE QJKI4'. sa'ptoday.
Mrs. Murk Gnudwln enteetnlna Jlnmrt
Sot In afternoon nt her hom ix! ISast
ICthyl Mae Hetinett ctdtAfntt'd Iter
sixth blrthtlny at her homo 40S North
Klrst street when from three to flvo
o'clock 18 of her little friends gather-
ed to honor tho occasion. Tho little
ones enjoyod themselvog to tholr
hearts content playing gnntos of alt
sorts ot 5 o'clock a mtmptuoitR
luncheon of four courses was sorvod.
Tho dining table was lieauttfully dec-
orated th tnnln Jonturo bolng the
frosted birthday enke biasing with
candles and bearing the hostess' nnmn
ami date of birth. Ethyl wns the reci-
pient of many benuUfol gifts from her
fi if-nda. Ah darkness gBUtered Ute lit-
tle ones departed wishing Bthyl many
hatipy returns of the day. AntUig Uie
Kindts wero: Luurn Wolslogle Jtilhm
WeiBlogle George Welsloglo Ixonnrd
Kaitlett Lola llartlett Irene Merton.
Mabel Snnpp Ocll Kane Olive llnx-
ter Zoo Doye Prerle Doyo Mflrle
Doye Lucille Cusiien Ilolen Collagen.
Rl7lna Konworthy Iconard Kn-
wonhy George Konworthy and
Mark Crlmamon of Shawnee.
Mrs. Josephine Tidball and daugh-
ter Ulancho have raltirnod from a two
months vlnlt with relativea at Uulfalo.
N. Y. Mrs. Tidball hns chargo of the
millinery department at Kanuuiys.
Carolyn Davis ot 1882 East Wnrnor
gave a party yoaterdaj afternoon to
fifteen or hor girl frlondfi In honor of
her 13th birthday. Tho- time was
spent pleasantly at gauiee nftor which
light refreshments wero served.
Mrs Hnrry Whitely entertains the
Modem Priscllla club next Tuesday
afternoon nt her home 708 ISast Harri-
Mrs. Wlnnto Fitzgerald who hns
been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs.
L. H. Mntchett Of this city for tho pnst
month loft today for Canada to join
hor husband who 1 engaged In bridge
contract work there.
Miss Ilagar's pupils gave a recital
last evening nt her studio -tlfi Kasl
Cleveland avenue before n largo and
nppreciutive audience. Tho following
pupils participating: Misses Huel
Johnson Gladys Knskin llhou Peck
Dora Hostwic.lt. Jonnle llerry Ulttor.
The nevt recital will be given In two
Miss Georgia Mathls visited horo
today between trains on her way homo
from Oklahoma City.
Tho Spider Web party at the homo
of Mr and Mrs. Chester on Wost War-
ner avenue 1'rldny owning was one of
the social aucceases or the weeK.
Among those present wore: Misses
Zella i'ortet. Haxel Householder Pan-
in Long. Mary Dutch r Ltda Gaftney
t'rleda nellleld Tlllle Ntssloy. ISmnm
DutchiT Lttollo Chovalte Maud Moon
llesfclo WllllamaaC Delia Porter
Ulnnche IloJgo. Mario Householder
MoBdames. Covert und Glen HottSis-
holder Mossers. Wsiter Hoge Chus
Hoge ClilTord Porter Albert Dutcher.
Fred Robinson Fillmore filbert Jones
Flovd Harris John Guffney. Wlgar
Funston. McConnell Glen llotisohold-
r. The evening was spent In music
and games after which delicious re
freshments were served.
The music lovers of th capital city
are looking forward to tho opening
concert' to be given by tho Onthrlo
Qrand Orchestra nt the Ilrooks on
Friday night Marcli uui.
This orgwtiKVtion is comijosmi oi
twenty-four of Guthrie's beat jnuai-
clniiB ami under tno leaajrsmii oi jtoi.
rhiirirt Nltschke. fonnerly with the
Thoodoro Thointw Qrchestrtt. has !
volpnou into a nrsi cnuw numwui wi-
CuthrtffJhouW fool proud ot an or-
s 'ninnha1Fefl4t and Wngnor's soloc-
tlpM vlflolKwlll nppunr on the pro-
gnun nflBtSFrlrfav nleJtt tia there nro
V ...i7f. 1.. A9 rU.ll.Mtn flint nntl
row cuift) mo. w viii"" --
heat ot su6h nn orchstm wlthoiit
tho aid of outsiders
Mrs. Wlllnm Garrison of Oklahoma
CiCy U In the city visiting; friend"
The ilance to be given by the Ad-
ministration club Tuesday evening
promises to be one of the leading
boclal lunctlons of the season The
club though recently organized is one
of the most populur in the city and is
composed of fifty of the energetic
young democrats of the capital city.
Sixty couples have been invited.
Miss Ethyl Jones of Wichita pass-
ed through the city en route to Hous-
ton. Texas and was tho guest of Miss
MolHe Newtoil oer night. Miss Jones
is well known in the capital city hav-
ing been heaI trimmer at the Fair
department store several seasons.
Mrs Mark Goodwin is entertaining
the Smart Set this afternoon at her
home. 41" Bav Noble avenue.
Mrs Judge IJurford gives a six
o'clock dlnuer this eroaing at her
home; 712 Bust Springer avenue in
honor of Judge Burford's fourteenth'
t.iriixiav. 'flie iudee has the distinc
tion of being born on the SDtta of
February. The members of the judi-
ciary will be invited guests.
Tho Columbia Fete given last night
by the ladies of the IJenisvolent so-
ciety waa ono of the most brilliant
and successful events of the season.
leing participated In as it wks bv the
best society talent of the city many
members of tho official family as wll
u members of the legislature. The
scenic effects were splendW while the
Individual tableau "" magniftoent.
Particularly striking were Mr William
Dm ant and HobArt M. Johnon. both
wemlien! of tho lower houa oi the
ktato lsgUlature a Indian Chieftains
Mr. Agee and Claranso uavis ooui
member ot the sunal. acted their
tj . i i
CURE SJIfi KIDNBYS
AND MAKES T II E ftl
MIX THIS 'RECIPE
YOURfcELF AND TAKE
Acts Gently and Cleans
Blood of Impurities
To mnko up ohongh of tha "Dande-
lion f reRttUn"L" wht h Is claimed to be
relieving nearly every suffeier who
uses li for hrtclltudie kidney complaint
sore weak blnddor and rheumatism;
get from any good proscription .phar-
macy one-half ounce Fluid Mxtrr.ot
Dahdollon one ounce Compound Kar-
gon and Utroo oiiincos Compound
Syrup of Sn'caparilla. Shake well in
a bottle and take In teaspoonful doses
after each monl and again nt bed-
time. Those who have tried It claim that
It acts gently hut thoroughly on tho
kidneys relieving backache and blad-
der trouble and urinary difficulties al-
most Instnntly. Many eases of iheu-
matlsm are known to have been re-
lieved within a tow days the unln and
swelling diminishing with each dose.
A well -known local druggist who is
ir a position to know nssertg thnt this
proscription whorever It becomes
kr.own nlways ruins tho sale of the
numerous patent medicine rheumatism
cures kidney urea etc. It is a
recipe which ths majority of patent
mulicino manufacturers and even cer-
tain physicians dislike to seo pub-
lished. Few cases Indeed which will
fall to fully yield to its peculiarly
soothing and healing Influence
PERTAINING TO j$
!fl GTAfPTI niP'PTflTAT.C!
0 UJ.AXXJ UX X J.UXXUJU m
Knglneer'"'hom')son if tho coiporu-
ttou commission of Texas was ucre
this morning conferring with Chll
liitiginuer James dates an I 1'omniin-
slonors iLove and McAlester of tho
Oklahoma commission today relative
to appraisement of railroad conipnntex
Corporation Commissioner A P.
Watson is In Tulsa today where he
delivers an adnress before the Mid
Continent Oil frodncers association
Corporation t'ommlsBlonerR J J. Mc-
Alester and .lak Love weut to Okla-
homa t'ity with tha legislature.
From rheumatism aches and pains.
Your system will bo free.
If you'll hut take n ulgotly drink
Of llolllster's Kooky Mountain Ten.
C. It. ItBNFItO.
PRESIDENT OF FAILED
CONCERN UNDER ARREST.
Cleveland Ohia. Feb 29 The Han-
by Uoalty oomiany fllwl a voluntary
putlttou In bankruptcy todav. The
HsblllUss are three hundred ami fifty
thousand dollar: asset h n quarter of
n million. Creditors toilav obtained
n warrant for th atiewt oi J V llau
dy president ot the concern on the
c.arge of obtaining monev uulr inli-
pretens'. FAIR CASH VALUE
(Continued from Page I )
formerly Indlnn Territory. In hhuHim
all the taxable I unln Teen- N m
pnnttdon mail1 ii this ofllre to tin
Utah informal ion. and li will devolve
utHin the aHi'h- i to do Uie bent be
can and get as nearly as possible all
the taxable laiM As I understand the
law all land nt Indians when-
strlctinns haw been removed all mn
plus of Intel in in led citizen fie '!
men's allotment and dead Indian
lands are taxable
"All lmprovenM iits on unentered put)
lie lauds and I"' - not deeded exi ept
breaking welh- .mil fenlllziug are
"The asses&n nr shall be niaile of
the gross output of all coa' milieu b
tko t. Vtnsblp as 'swor
"Tlie assetuiim nt of all oil and gas
companies yhnl! tx- insjle in the same
manner except ich property as pi'
llns ai that width comas umiei the
hetul of public m . vk tnKrationi
Amonu all Uio "loedK
V Otl tilt? market tllCVc's none
H that nff rcls frU v train-
buildlotf elttnon(8 of
fisbrvaby 29 300s.
r;!!! m b
& FRESH TOPICS - m
$ OF THE TOWN
For Methodist Quarterly Meeting.
The Guthrit" district quarterly meet
Ing of the Free Methodist chui'-h nu
menceil at the Free Mthodlt ihunh
at 1124 West'ManKUi uvenne lanr mslit
and will continue oer Bun.lnx l)i-
trict KUJer C E. Hnrroun It . i- to
charge and other preachers of tin h-
trlct are In attendance.
Jarrell vs. Jnrroll.
Mrs. Rosalie Jarrell fortneih u
uewsptiiHfr woman of Guthrie has filed
suit ngatnut U IS. Jarrell praying thnt
n divorce be granted her alleging ex
jreme and gross nnglect of ituty. Mrs
Jarrell now resides in Muskogee and
Wits a clerk in the constlttiuonal con-
vention. The eottple came to Guthrie
from Tyler .Texas.
When Frosts Killed.
On the 28th of February IftOl the
Klhertas and some other peaches and
tne Japanese plums were nit In full
bloom and on the 3rd of March tho
thermometer fell iu 24 hours almost
to sero. and all fru:t In bloom wiih
killed. And the frosts of March the
25th and 2Cth took the balance except
a few apples.
Knights of Pythias Social Session.
The local Knights of Pythias lodge
held their annual open meeting last
evening In th dr lodge hall on east
Oklahoma avenue. A goodly crowd
was present. Siieechna were made by
Knights: Greer Cooier Anthony Bax-
ter Lytte llraln Crosslatt Steltmund
Skeen nnd Chancellor Comlnnmlor
Walter T. Warron. Fruit and punch
were served. The principal snenkors
Invltod for thu evening were detained
Nurses Will Graduate.
The first graduation exercises of tho
training school of the Oklahoma Meth-
odist Hospital will be held this even-
ItiK at the First M. S. church corner
of Noble avenue nnd Broad street.
Il&v George H. Bradford chancellor
of Kptvorth university nt Oklahoma
City will deliver the address. Four
nurses will receive their diplomas.
They are Misses Sarah Moore Ellon
Lamm. Dorothy Selott and Mlldtod
Carter. Special music will be render-
ed. Friends of tho gradtmltng nursos
Good Garden Seed
Furrow & Company.
THE PERILS OF WINTER COLDS
To catch cold In winter Is such a'
common occurrence that people cannot.
be taught to look upon It with anything
like the grnvlty U warrants. This re-
sult is tho cold is nTtowod to go. "!)
checke.1. the delicate maeoits surfaces
or je throat bronchial tubes and lungs
become acutely sensitive to sudden
changes in temperature and berote
the patient really.es his plight he 1s
struggling In the grasp of the dreaded
While the sickness and misery pro-
duced b the Grip are sulliciei.tly ae
ilous to prostrnte the ruggedest man
or woman. It Is during convalestence
that the real danger lies. The sore in-
flamed surfaces present a particularly
promising field of development for
Pneumonia which If the patient sur-
vives leaves behind broken health and
lingering ills which invite all kinds of
At the first sign of a cold the safe
thing to do Is to take Plso's Cure nnd
keen on taking It till the avmptrtms
have entirely vanished. ISveti in the
most advanced and obstlnae coughs
and colds Plso's Cure will afford
prompt relier and if used persistently
will effect complete reeover)- Used lit
cases or Orlp it speedily restores
healthy conditions ami by strengthen-
ing and toning the delicate uiembuuea
safeguards tne patient against future
Kimt Oklahoma Ave
IVj you want more light? Fee
Olsmith for the newest thing out
The Flsshllght HsUery'
WORK OF THE g
I GRIM REAPER
'I he funeral of the late Mrs leonar.l
i I in. were conducted Irmn the Tamils
ehulerw li 21 West Harrison awnuc
thih afternoon. Interment wan nude
at Summit view eeuieiery i " -
leased died Friday a!t-ino'iii Horn
in bet illonlx
Mrs. Sarah C. Might.
Ilertolutions of SMiipatln an I tehpef t
H.loiited l) Hose Cailli ( . 4 1 1 I. H al
NeiHhbors of Amerlcm Guthrie. Okla
Whereas death has entererl our
cimp for the first time and taken one
of our charter members Harsh
lllght. on Feb. 'l. 190H. therefore lie
Itehoived. that we the members of
llu.e tump. N. 4H"-. reiet hei un-
Mmeh death Slid xtuiil to the be
ieave.1 busbsjtd aud family our stuoere
ii)p(by and can but loiumend tbeni
in their sorrow to Him who is able to
comfort e.id uphold in times of deep-
Ueajhed. that as a tribute of respect
our hartr be dialed in mourning for
tturtj ilsv. that u nipv of these res
olutiiina lx- scut !o the fsmlly autd also
to the local p-ii-ei ' WuihiU and a
opy be spiead on tin monls f our
amp In memory ii our lHri
Our Ooal Inle Is broken.
A apiilt psej away
Our heintM a--e lull of sorrow
Our the Ion of one w love
For God .11 Hi love aud wlsiioiii
Has tkeu a nelgtilKir swa
Has tnJkoti tin- fii hi oi fir imnilx-i
To 4 '" ' ' m) iJ
TiUl. HA t2LUllA.iL
MRS HATTIB BAWKHBI
Hooper's Tetter Cure
(Don't ScralcL) Is sold by druggists
evervwucre on a positive
guarantee to cure Dan-
druff and all Scalp
Troubles Tetter Ecze-
ma Itch Ringworm
Sweaty. Blistered Feet.
Cuts and alt Irritations
of the Skin. Does not
stain crease or blister.
Two Sizes 50c and
$1.00 bottles. Trial
Size 10c. Mailed direct
on receipt of price.
HOOPER MEDICINE GO Dallas Texas.
S SHORT CUTS
g TO THE NEWS J
The lngati county farmers are sow-
ing oats this week.
The Patterson Furniture company
are enstalling a modern show window
in their store.
The contractors erecting 1te new re-
inforced concrete bridge arrons the
Cottonwood rlv?r on Fifth strent an
nnunce thnt the bridge will be com
pleted In 60 days.
Many new residences will be erected
In the ''apltnt Heights addition this
Property owners on oast Cleveland
nvenuo aro fixing their parkings since
the street has boeti paved and nre set-
ting out grass. Cleveland nvenue la one
of the rliiest resldunco streets In tho
capital city and with the imvlng com-
pleted will be one of the principal
driveways in the city.
The paving on Bast Cleveland ave
lute Is nearly completed. The brick Ih
now laid as far as Maple street ami the
street graded to Walnut. But one more
block remains to lie graded before the
pavers reach Capital boulevard.
Business Brisk Today.
Tho streets are crowded today with
farm conveyances bringing cotton nnd
corn to market. The attires are crowd-
ed with shoppers nnd uustness seems
more brisk today among the mer-
chants than It has for some time. To-
day is nn Ideal spring day and tunny
farmers tire buying Implements to imi
in their spring crops. Much seed is
also being sold.
Although the oitly council passed an
onllnutifl moving the city market
plnoo froth the corner of Division nnd
Cleveland avenue to the coiner or
Villi Mid Second street every Satur-
day horses are being swapped nnd
sold nnd household goods auctioned
off t Uio old location wagon loads
ot hay end wood aro also sialloOed at
this coruer causing many farmers who
would bitch in front of stores on Nortn
Uhiidon to hitch turthei kowii t'tt
A weak Stomach menus weak Stom-
ach nerves always. And this Is also
true of the llonrt ami Kidneys. It's
a pity that sick ouen continue to drug
the Stomach or stimulate the Heart
and Kidneys The woak nerves not
the orgum themselves need this help
Tills explains why Dr. Shonp's Resto-
rative has and Is promptly helping
so many sick ones. It goe direct to
tile cuuse oT these diseases Test
this vital truth and nee. All Dealers.
White waitresses. Aplj nt once at
the ULKJB HOTEl
First Methodist Episcopal Church
11 rat Methodist church corner of
W. Noble avenue and Brond street.
Iter K 15. Frchlld. Pastor.
Sunday school at 0:16 u. m.
Services morning and evening.
Strangers heartily welcome.
Prayer nutl pralfco eonrlco every
Thursday at S p. m.
Are vou lanking In health the easi
est thing in the world to keen the
hardest u get7 llolllster's Iloeky
Moutitaiii Tea is health Itse'.f No
itJier leiiiodv so effective Sutlnf
yourself U&e Tea or Tablets C K
S AMONG THE ml
& REPR'RSF.NTATTVT'S '
R.ipre-tentatUe A C! Mai tin of
Miuinl (iituwa (onnts !- miiln III. In
ink lonhii'd to hW loom v illi rbeuiiui
hnlge N'atldeveiitei vs.ik not in lit
teiiillUH ii at the . nun v. letdiis
ihoiigh he Is orit of the nn ml.. Mho
i eldom mini a meeting of fie limine
lie has been at llmtie mIk .ioii.iin;
a meeting of the Iioo-hm mill oi
his home Its
A bettel tlrf Mi. ill llili- ' ilil Ilul
base Ik en seiei ti i n i tin iujj to ok
llhorilU Clt 'I In lie ii he n are expel I '
lug i KiiOil lime jiil i Kii:itiloiiK t.o.
lit llie UillMUel Uilllglil. Also. the will
not bi.- 'home till mniuliiy
Stliers of lltilllei (OlIMV i! 1 io.il
lilinei by profession Id' was t. ii. I
in a section of MIk-mhiiI lli4t him ion !
been fstnoilK fur its co.ll mines juU llie
liriitioh of the new H'aie last be uou I
iu!lh In- home is among the foremost
i oal proiliulng sections ot the eiitlp
sutllhwcst About thioe )ettin UKo lie '
wnx injniv'l iu a mine by a rack fnlliiiK i
uioii his Its and since Una time 'tie i
h- Ih'i ii employed by the niliieiw as!
i ihtiK weigher Mr. Stivers' uitl-
Free from harmful drugs.
Cure coughs arid hoarse-
ness. Relieve Asthma.
ONE NIGI1T ONLY
4 o o I
Sunday March Vj
An Ornate Btao of Clorj
of .Tm iaiity!
Twenty Fijiili Kdltjtin
Richard's & PringiVs
The Big 6 Comedians
Clarence Powell Fred Kimf
son. Prank Kirk. Lee Dentna
Rimer Clay Verier McUunel
Sir Get Parade at
Liv r Complaint
and all other dlseafcts aris
in; from kidney and bl.'td
der troubles cau he quickly
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