The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 114, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 25, 1908 Page: 4 of 8
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TEELiaADEByGinCHIgBIOKLAM iTODNESDAY MARCH 25 1908.
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T HJS- DAILY. LEADER
BY LESLIE G.
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TELEPHONES 75 AND 69.
WEDNESDAY MARCH! 25. 1908.
DEMOCRATIC CITY TICKET. i MAY SAVE US MUCH.
If tho Intent of tho Ellfs-Tlllotson
fard Por mombir of council
z; for member of school
"SBCBHir Ward For member of coun-
ell Ralpu V. Smith; for member board ternlty and all other hospitals bo car-
Charles Adler. jrled through tho state of Oklahoma
Third Ward For inembor of coun- may never bo called upon to hear tho
ell O. E. Dunnlca; for member school awful tales wmui como from tho older
boart J. J. O'Rourfte. states whero tho helpless are ungues-
Fourth Ward For member of coun-1 UoUably maltreated
cltl P. R. Finch; for school bord w. I In seven states at thin very tlmo ln-
B. Kraest. vestlgatlons aro bolng held the ltoen-
Flfth Ward For member of coun-'era of. tho state Institutions charged
cl) Ed Hutchlns; for member ofvlth igravo offenses and In two in
school board h. F. Lavcrty.
BE FAIR AND CANDID.
An article In the Oklahoma City
TlmHJournal leaves the Intimation
that The Leader seems friendly to tho
American Book trust. As tho question
Oi sure not a partly one. and as all
men In )? state at least mako tho
claim tftey aro enemies to trusts. The
Loader feel3 that for once In tho his-
tory of tho publication the Times-
Journal might discuss p caso without
trying to misrepresent The Leader.
Tho Leader does not presume thori
ia a responsible newspaper In tho state
who would favor turning tho text
j books of tho state over to tho manip-
ulation 0f the Amerlcuu concern. Nor
does. that imply thut tho concern Is the
onljpne wanting to got a strangle
com oiinj) ucnooi oooks or tho Btate.
in fact tho article which the TlmoK-
Jourual chose to apply as u favorablo
omen for tho American concorn was
writum to warn uiat thoro was more
than ono of theso predatory monstoru
Boekiug business in our state and
thoro Is certainly no honest mail who
wishes to Btato that thoro is but ono
Tho Leuder certainly feels thnt
whero tho whole people aro concerned
nn4 political linos wiped out tho presB
&fho Btato should bo bravo and truo
te-no common wenl and Tho Leader
'4h ask no newspaper to go out on
tllbf irlng lino to do battlo with a trust
that It will not bo at tht -amo hour
and tho same placo roady to servo Its
constituents the reading public of tho
Btato of Oklahoma
And Tho Leader 'does not seo In tin
disposition of tho Oklahoma City press
as fair a discussion as seems necos-
isary. Oklahoma City has long beon
a battlo ground between the two groil
tniBtB. Only back In 1905 tho Issue
was fought thoro under different
names it is truo and tha principals or
tho schools retiring and coming In
had their names mixed In tho doal.
Which side they wero on does not
matter but that they wero arrayed In
b&ttlo togs there can bo no denial.
And now when tho Oklahoma City press
hurls charges or oven Intimates that
tho newspapers of other cities are un-
fair and show a disposition to go over
to any trust is a trifle more than cir-
cumstantial evidence warrants accord-
ing to our humble view.
And it may be added also that If
ihe people of Oklahoma City havo as
strong newspaper champions against
trust invasion and occupance as havo
the cthar ratio throughout this great
Btate then Mr. Tlmos-Journal. the
trusts .wTfTnot got us for at least a
The olectlon of .-. fcennstt. In Mub-
liogee for mayor will aid tho demo-
crat ovr there. If they but accept the
lesultg as disapproval or two men try-
ing to run for office on tho democratic
ticket Jor tho same offlco and at tho
The local republican organ Is not
sure who to bo uppolntod superin-
tendent of tha state dispensary. How-
over the organ eeems ready to aeoept
whoer la appointed an It offers no
name for consideration.
A gftflUemun In the city or Baltimore
brought suit agsinat tho municipality
bet-auge he was bitten by a licensed
dog setting up the tlalm that th city
bad assumed roaponslbnity for the ac-
tions of the pup when it took money
for the llctjiiv
i '': i .. uj
The American officer Just returned
from thtt PbJJtpplnea who nays ho dis-
covered a tribe of wild' hum In one of
the smallor tjrteti atnl that' air offhe
tribe ar voH shovlf "Jwdi slime
good Keeley insiltula "prolo&tor 'and
take the treatment at once.
The very best information we wro
able to get from Washington refute
the Ktory that Hunter was trying to
get ua appointment for ISdltor W. H.
Btert'fttt of the Ardmore Statesman.
The affrctlaa between Mr. Btorrett
and Chairman. Hunter is of the David-
Jonathan brand but the war-like
chairman tears that to have Mr. Star-
rett learo the strip would deprive htm
of a able sad v capable lieutenant
sooMrtWu to b eeaahjared right in
Out clnU of a oamwilEu
act regulating tho office of commls
slonor of chanties as to inspection .ol
loll state cliarltablb and penal Insutuf
tlons. Including correction houses ma-
stances murder is tne enmo auogeu.
If the act as offered by Messrs El-
Hs and Tlllotson Is oxecutcd in tho
"the V.sUormVy not talk
wllh the victim real or alleged.
Those who havo through tho blight
of mentality or tho curso of ovll deeds
oe " behind the bars .to remain
ther oarthly lives no matter what the
cruel disciples of tho dark ages Btate
ind think aro entitled to the heaun-
rlvlnc privileges wo glvo to our do
mestic nhlmals and the state of Okla-
homa has. beJ call for tho best work
along these humane lines.
Tho maudlin sentiment whion car
ries flowors to tho murderer In his cell
and weeps when ho with tho blighted
Intellect still retaining human form
and physical powers is being sont to
the asylums for safe-keeping ends
when tho object of that pity has passed
from vlow. But tho humano person
who has seen tho evllB of tho great
placca of segregation; noted often tho
Indifference ami sometimes tno Dm-
tallty of tho attendants can but Join
hands with the loglslatlvo hody In
passing such a measure and tho good
fruit of tho work will bo attested each
year fiB wo Journey towards tho final
roll call and preparo to havo our
clouded titles cleared for tho last in-
spection. And W us trust that tne provisions
of this act will bo burned In tho mem-
ory of those charged to carry It out
that they may never forget tno solemn
And now wo nro a prohibition Btato
sure enough. Tho ordor has gone
forth to oboy tho law and enforce it
to tho letter and that ordor was not
sent for tho moro purpose of keeping
tho reading public feeling good. Tho
elected officials owe a duty to the
state and tho party and tho party and
tho ontlro people have saw mat prom
bltlon must be onforced.
Beware of Ointments For Cctirrh
That Contain Mercury
as mercury YlH Burely destroy tho
sense of smell and completely dorango
tho whole system when entering it
through tho mucous surfnees. Such
articles should novor bo used except
on prescriptions from reputable phy-
sicians as tho damage thoy will do
Is ton fold to tho good you can pos-
sibly dorlvo from them. Hall's Ca-
tarrh Cure manufactured by V. 3.
Cheney & Co. Toledo O. contains no
mercury and is taken internally act-
ing directly upon tho biood and mu-
cous surfaces of tho system. In buy
Ing Hall'B Catarrh Curo bo Buro you
got the genuine. H is wuen iniernnuy
and made in Toledo Ohio fcy F. J.
Cheney & Co. Testimonials freo.
Sold by Druggists. Price 75c per
Take Hall's Family PUls for con-
Btlpatlou. Bulldlriga For Sale.
On Saturday April 4th. I will ro-
celvo sale bids for tho buildings on
Rook Ialand right or way Boutb or
L. N. DBADLBS. Agt
(Continued from Pago L)
plea'lBd nor proved It will be presum-
ed tlwt svoh lawB are tho ame as
thosv or our domlotl.
2. Undor socUoua 4593 and 4594
Wilson's Statute. Judgment where
there ha not been provlous prooet
or proceeding upon confession by an
attorney au be entered only when
authorised to that oud by warrant of
atlpspoor knowledge or provott as
OttnTpyanoes. of lands .and further de
fendant bus previously flip! before
tho court statlug concisely the facts
on which tho- Indebtedness arose nud
.fe amount of itfJebteXinoas Justly due
and owing by the defendant.
3. Whore judgment Is sought upon
tho transcript of a Judgment rendored
In another state and It- r-tlrroativoly
appears therefrom that the proceed-
ing weie not ha'J tn nocoiManco with
said sections (4598 & 454) there bo-
lng no proof that the lafws of the
other state were different from those
in force in Oklahoma Territory no
recovery can be had upon xuoh judg-
fj. MUCH IN
S LITTLE i
havo about ' 200
miles of railroad.
Tho water consumed In London each
yenr would flU a trench 2400 miles
Ninety-three per cent of tho theo
retical hent or coal Is wasted and only
GO lier cont of that o? Ml.
All snakes aro shortsighted being
un&blo to see a distance of more than
ono-qUartor their own length.
A rubber tree rour feet In diameter
yields 20 gallons or sap making 40
pounds of dry India rubber.
Tho currency taken from mlBdlrdct-
d lcttors nt tlto dead letter offlco
last yeilr amounted to $C771G.C9.
England sprmla $40000000 a year
tor oggs-aiid poultry for ono-half of
which sho Is dopondont on foreigners.
Sheet Iron is rolled bo thin nt tho
iron mills that 15000 Bhcots aro re-
quired to nntko a slnglo Inch In thick-
ness. Light shines as readily through
one of theso uhepts as through ordi-
nary tissue paper.
It has bodn agreed by the Methodists
of tho United States and Canada to
orcct amoitumcratto BatasHeck
the "Mother of Anrerican retheulmn."
Scott Cummins Is tho poet lauroato
of Oklahoma. Ho has been a soldier
scout trontlotsraan and pioneer set-
tler In Wostorn Kansas' and In Okla-
homa. Ho lfves at Winchester and
ho looks like nn Indian.
With an officially stated population
or 570000 Milan contains 31 coopora-
tlvo associations with a membership
or 5523 and a comblnod capital of
$157000. Thoy can bo dlvldod into
building Industrial and workman's
A good-looking girl can do a lot of
foolish things that an ugly girl would
be criticized for.
Not nil tho married women in the
VTld aro as happy and as freo as the
average old maid.
And to think of itl This glad hand
business will continue Until the polls
close In November.
Every man is apt to notice tho faults
in hlf neighbor a groat deal Booner
thau ho docs In himself.
No man who knows that his mother
Is a bettnr conk than his wifo dare
to toll his wjfo about It.
Anywny. Ihe woman with flory red
hair usually has a complexion that
doosnt require Taco bloom.
H Hetty Green could mako money
out or all tho freo ad Jc'rtlslng she gets
her stockings wouldn't hold tho pile.
A girl begins to look at lire seriously
only when sho arrives at tin ago when
sho no longor makes an event or her
A man Is olton as much disappoint-
ed when ho goes back to whero ho used
to bo as ho Is when he goos back to
what ho used to do.
Tho magazjnos make famous a lot
or men and women whose verses
would bo too bad to appear on tho
back pages or an almanac.
A scientist asserts that if a man Is
healthy his Hkln will keep clean with-
out tho nocesslty or bathing. It Is
oasler to bathe howovot 0
Lite ladles 1b mostly a matter or
praying for a huBhand and thou regret-
ting girlhood gcltles.
When thohonoymoon Is over there
is mighty little hapulnesu in the home
that hasn't a good cook.
It Is the duty of every good wife at
this season of tho year to help ner
nusband savo up for the Easter bon-
net. Evory man knows of a Job paying
thrico as well as hlB own that he could
fill far better tlian a prosont lnoum-
bont i . -I.
Many a manwho atando'-uu and
fights for his rights with a man will J
Bhow the crawfish In him -svon a wo-
man scolds blm.
In a Pinch use ALLEN'S FObT-EASE
A powder for tired aching swollen
foot. Wo have over 30000 testimon-
ials. All druggists 26c Don't accept
any substitute. Trial package FREE
by mall. Address Allen S. Olmsted
Le Roy. N. Y.
OVER THE STATE
Charlos Warren a tank builder li
In the Tulsa hospital with a skU oav-
d In. caused by a fall In the oil fields.
House breakers are t arldeaoa at
Stlgler Is enjoylns a bulldlug boom.
Peter George aged St. banged him-
self to a ratter in tho barn of his son
Thu ladles of Ardmoro are trying to
make tho husluosa men of that olty
take more pride in their plates of
business. Beautiful Ardmore Is the
Tulsa Bends lit boomora oast to
boost Jthat enterprising olty.
Shawnee 1ms a commerdia club that
Is trying to start a building boom.
Ardmoro Is trying to Jooata a cot-
tan mil! and offers a bonus.
The jmnntmnamant that tha Ttnok
J Island U to further throve Jt nepa
( nt El Reno has caufidd that Httlo city
tp get4Hls)tlh4Jt.908 boom.
Marietta has two now buslnoss
firms two business houses' contracted
for and has commenced to get proud
of tho way things aro moving
Dprant has sold sower and water
bonds and Is going to Improve the"
city on a rather largo scale.
id with bootlegging
Officials raided a Tulsa
tho net or
caught the bavtender in
selling a half-pint of whiskey.
Foley' Orlno Laxative Is Bold under
n positive guaranteo to cure constipa-
tion sick headache stomach trouble
or any form of Indigestion. If It fails
tho manufacturers refuud your money.
What nore can any ono Io. C. It.
See my ladles' $1.35 $1.50 $1.75 and
$2.00 Oxfords before buying elsewhere
you wllf save money at Robinson's.
JOY KNOCKS HARD AT
JESSIE BUS LEI'S
Special to Dally Leader.
How York March 25. When Joy
signifies Its Intention of paying ii& a
visit mqst or us are more than willing
to meet It half way. This argument
doesn't hold good In the case of Miss
Jesslo Busley the Frohman star who
has been touring the ohe-nlght Btands
In "The Blshbp's Carriage" which she
hlrdd at Channlug Pollock's livery.
Joy knocked at Mtsa Busley's door
in tho Criterion apartments No. 30
West Tentli Htreet. early yesterday
morning anifshe refused to let him lo
The ho tried to kick his way In and
ho kept on kicking until the kicks of
the other thlrty-iwo families In the
house landed him hi a pollco station.
It was a Tew hours bororo cereal time
when tho rrst or tho tenements were
(aroused by' tho noisy .plea or Joy to
uo admitted to hi wires apartments.
"Oome QJ Jess'" Unbutton the
gato!" ''Lomnio In Joss!" "Tht 's
a good girl now Blip tho bolt!" ''I
know you'riTlnnhero alright." "Come
on get In the gamo or I'll spray the
carpet with splinters!"
But the Heroine Only -Slept on.
Theso were only a low or tho rat
Hues which Joy hurled through the
key-hole whllo he accompanied them
with a lieel-and-too tattoo on the door.
The answer that was watted back
through tho key-holo indicated that
thoro Ib music In Miss Busley when
sho sloops and rurthermorc that she
Is the possessor or a series of tones
that are technically described as head
"TJot up anU let that big mutt in
Joss" yelled a tenant on thu floor
above. "If you don't wo'll throw him
"That's tho ticket" came In a chorus
rrom thtrty-ttwo doorways. "Why don't
thoy got a thetro to rehearse In?"
Tho uproar awakoned tho elovator
man and ho was ror ejecting Joy until
he surveyed his bIx reot or troublo. He
beat a rotreat and returned reinforced
by the Janitor and tolephone boy.
Thoy graubed Joy and ho shook them
off as though thoy wero snowflakes.
All three were ovorcomo by Joy when
Policeman Drlonio reached tho scene
In responBO o a telephone call sent to
tho Mercer street station.
"I'm Ernest Joy officer. I'm the
well known theatrical manager and
booking agent and I'm the equally
well known husband of tho woman in
'We'll seeV' said tho cop. slapp'ng
MIbs Bvley's gate with his night
stlok. "There's a man out here named
Joy. He says ho's your husband ahd
he appears to bo In earnest. Vfaiat
Shall I do with him"
"Take him to the pouud for all l
care" said a sweet voice. "That's tho
place for lost packages."
Whereupon Joy was taken to the
lock up. In Jpfforson Market Court
later In the day he convinced Magis-
trate Wahlo that he 'as Miss Busley's
regular husband and that he had a
perfect right to abate her apartment.
"Let Joy b nnconflned" said the
We are fortunato indeed to be able
to profit by the experience of our
neighbors The public utterances of
Quthrlo residents on the following
subject will interest and benefit thou-
sands of our readers. Road this ytate-
mont. No better proof can bo had.
II. K Matthews living at 515 North
bl vision 8L Gutlu-Jo Okla. says: "I
wjis bothered for set oral . years by
kidney trouble The kidneys did not
perform their functions proporly and
my back was raruly freo from pain
t finally procured P box of Doan'a Kid-
ney PIIU at J. N. Wallace's drug
Btqre and by tholr use waa relieved
In a Bhort time. Tbey did mo wore
good than any other remedy or the
kind I evor trledA
For sale by alt dealers. Price r0
cents. FosturvMlllburn Co. Buffalo
New Yorkole Agents for the. tinlted
Remember the name Doaa'a and
uke no other
VAGRANT VERSE g
The Dearest Lips.
Ah rosy lips of blushing maid
Thnt thrill the lover on his kncp;
Oh neclnred honeyed lips of youth
Tho lush warm lips of ecstnsj
t Itrtw nw lioml In ftinnirli'u nf tlmrt
Fnr'dqw.njthe hetaitig cleft of Tl
I Eaze .With Ypnrnlnerayo of ace
And Weave thy rapjuro Into rhyilje
rtnn jei v wine u -.lunc-iune iovo
Iconoclast 1 break iiiiy away
To dream of lip nh! dearpr far-i
Tho lips that kisseu-tjio tears away!
Ah mother lljis I know- or yore.
Oh lips o Boft arid clinging -sweet
1 give to thee tho truest love
To thee tho homage most complete!
When nil the world v?asdark and cold
When all tho sun wa3 chilled by
Thy lips O mother gone for aye
Whero lips that kissed away toy
They came with comfort swift and
'And when upon my eyes thoy lay
With Iovo nnd feeling all divine
Thoy klsod my falling tears away!
No more .when worldly wounds aro
Sho comes to kill my weeping eyes;
No more sho scourges pain and foar
Shu sleeps at roat In Paradise.
Ah rosyK)llps of blushing maid.
Tholdlpnydu yl61dcd in tho dusk;
Ah. Bffrlen lips tho JipB of troth '
The lips whoso petals hint of mus.
Thy glories shimmer On and out
Thy ldssea Tade to oithor gray
O GodJ I dream of mother's lips '
Tho lips that kissed tho tears away.
court hiding behind the gavel to
smother a laugh. . '
Miss Busley waVat homo to tjie
newspaper mat? JKp called yesterday"
to ascertain' why spe vas so heartless
as to keep her hutJbanti outsldo tt0
"Joy full and Joy empty are two
different propositions" h0 said coyly.
This Is not the first time that Miss
Busley and Mr. Joy havo furnished
copy to the .papers. They wore the
principal actors In an exciting 3cehe
In tho Hotel Hevlln Cincinnati last
November. A night watchman learn-
ing that Joy was In the actross's room
ordered him out. When the rest of
the hotel force rushed to tho watah-
man's aid Miss Biulcy with a full
realization of the dramatic value of
tho situation ran . to her husband's
side and triumphantly waved a marriage-
A month later Jessie was starring
"lit tho Bishop's Carriage" at Fort
Worth Tex. Joy was manager of tho
show. On Dec. 17 as Miss Busley
stepped out of a carriage nt the stago
door with Harry Elinor advanco agont
for tho "Peggy From Parl3" company.
Mr. Joy leaped frgm. tho shadow and
took two shots at Elmer. He missdti
was arrested and later released for In
Texas It la proper for a husband to
shoot at a wife's gentlemon friends.
8ince tho latter affair it is Bafi tho
couple havo not lived together. It was
reported yesterday that the actress
had begun suit for a BfeparaMon. but
her lawyer aald ha had no knowledge
of any bucIi action.
Flash Lights at Ols-
Let the women
Protect tho schools.
register at once.
THANKS HIS REDEEMER
( Continued front page l)
ernor or Oklahoma since that tlmo to
get a pardon Tor her son.
Mattox killed a man In Oklahoma
CHy In the year or the opening and
his mother went all the way to Wash-
ington to securo a pardop.
Mother an'J son called at the gover-
nor's offlco this afternoon and tho son
wIio'bo hair is now beginning to turn
gray Jlko nla mother's told the chler
executive his life's career and promis-
ed that he would from this time on
endeavor to lead a useful life.
To a Leader roportor he eald:
"I propose to start over and devote
my ontlro energies toward a uaaful
Wo." he said laBt nigbL "I feel that
I bavo-jpoen unfortunate. I committed
a crlmo'whlch saved my own life but
I recognlzo the fact that I will have
to overcome aggravating circumstan-
ces. U am a photographer and a fairly
good olectrlclan. Io do not fear but
that D-wllI get something to do."
Mattox killed a oattio rustler Lin
coin Sweeney at Ponca City. March 4
1S98. die escaped through Mexico and
went to Los Angeles Cal.. where he
ns captured and brought back to Ok
lahoma lor trial He iwse sentenced
.for 18 years but was pardoned March
15 by Governor Haskell as a result of
good behavior. The trouble between
the t!wo men arose over grand Jury in
vestlgatlons for horse-thievery which
Implicated Sweeney. Sweeney bellev
ed that Mattox was responsible tor the
tato suspecting him and for several
months according to Mattox heaped
insult and abuse upon him whenever
opportunity ofTeied. Finally in Ponca
City at tho McKenzle sjt.oon Sweeney
who was drinking. Bjaitpad Mattox In
tho tact? and darod him to reseut
wbereuijon filattox stabbod him to
Mnttok In XB$9 dwrlflB a rreo-for-all
polltfpj fight on VW Reno street'
shot an'd killed John T'. Howard. In
this battlo Mattox was shot throe
times. He also killed a negro In 189S
striking him with alargo stone.
Mattox Is a young unassuming quiet
looking foHrtw. He talks Intelligently
and indicates that while he regrets
bis record be feels that it is Justified
Lrft the women
Protect the ohools.
register at oucu
end strictly prohibits
the sale of alum
So does France
So does Germany
The sale of alum foods
he been made illegal in Washington and the District of Colum-
bia and alum baking powders are everywhere recognized as
injurious. jQ prokct y0ursef against alum
when ordering baking powder
and be very rurc veil get Royal.
Royal '.z the c:tiy Bakiog Pov.deij made from Rp yal Grape
Cvear! ct Tartar. Ii adds to the digestibility and whole--ucrncotcs
cf he food.
Q O.O O O O0 OOOOOOOOOO
o ' o
O AT THE THEATRE. O
o r a
Making a Big Hit.
Tho Payton Sisters- are more thaa
making good with tholr repertoire
plays at tho BrookjJthl8yeok. Last
night's presontatlonr "Otalt w as wit-
nessed by another large audience.
It is by far tho most pretentious
stock company eeojhero this season
and their plays alb put on In a man-
ner that would do credit to the aver-
age ono night stand company playing
at advanced prices. Thoy wero seen
Monday night In "Tho Mnn Outside."
last night in "Utah-" two splendid
plajB and a now ono is Announced for
each night during the Wok with mat-
inees Saturday. Tho plas arc us fol-
lows: At thu mntlneo today. "Tho Fa-
tal Roso of Red" by Arthur Irving
Pinero ono of tho foremost writers or
tho day; tonight "In tho Power or
Love" a powerful melodrama of'inod-
crn llfo; tomorrow night a dramatiza-
tion of Oulda's famous.nqyol. "Moths:"
Friday night the Julia Murfo'wo ver-
sion of "Salome" Satutday matlneo
"North Carollnd' Folks" Saturday
night the groat detective play "Tho
Mysterious Mr. Raffles."
The company lo"cluJesCa number of
unusually clover vaudeville artists who
appear between the acts of each play.
School Books and
Drugs and Druggist
and Paint Brushes
Lowneys Fine Candy and Cigars.
A-ll at the Lowest Price that can be
made on First Class Goods.
20B W. Oldalioma Avenue
Pistols Guns and Ainiiuniiiion
Fishing Tackle and Sportsmen's CJoods
Cigars ipes.Tobaeco anl rndker Articles
buritojth-lRa " iuM r
v?ays ready lor
. Your health should be pre-
served by having your clothe
laundred at the
QUTHRIB LAUNDRY COMPANY
' rKr 199. 902-504 W.01Lhm Av
Thoy are changed at each pertormttoto
and constitute a pleasing featunt
"The Holy City."
The management ot The Holy ritj
wlshos sincerely that every minister
Sunday school teacher Bible student
public school teacher and literati of
tlilB city as well as tho youth and
children will witness this heart
stirring drama the deepest and dark
est as well as the highest and holiest
in the wot Id Cuch plays touch "u
dor chords and trond lives Godward
"The Holy City" will bo produced dt
tho Brooks on Sunday.
How Cough Germs Multiply.
When tnt have a cold tho mucous
membrane Ir. inflamed and th'e disease
gorms which you brentbo llnd lodge-
ment and multiply especially tho
pneumonia faerm. Fclevs Honey and
Tar sootnes and heals tho lUlnmod
air passage stops tho cough and ox
polu tho -cold front your system Ro-
fuso bUbsfltiltCB. C. R. RtiNFRO.
o t o
O HOME MADE DQUGHNUT8' O
O From O
O GOLD. .MEDAL FLOUR O
O FRED SLEEPER. O
O 'Phone 1024. O
Sundries. Paints j
' t IC
M ih I II If
Oh'tnith Artn Co
115 S.Dlv. St.
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