The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 158, Ed. 1, Thursday, April 2, 1908 Page: 2 of 8
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l?OKCESf SENATE TO RE-
CONSIDER THE FRANK
PASCHAL SCHOOL BILL
AGAIN IN LIMELIGHT
Effort io Limit Compulsory
School Attendance to
No. 81 by PranUiih stnr'ed o vvhnt
"was presumed to be Its last senator-
ial Joumcyt. Wednesday afternoon the
senato boing in session proper the
ltll I on third reading and mini passage
Sonntor IUishoII offered an nmeivJ-
toent concerning tin- ps mmisslun
making it Impossible for any organisa-
tion to control sarnie. The reading
of the amendment wan the opening of
a parliamentary strangle. Franklin
rising to tho point of uder that the
amendmont not being offer d In rom-
mitto? of the whole could not now ho
President Pro Tern Ornliam sus-
tained tho point and Utile naked
that senate return to committee of tho
vvliolo or allow offering or nmond-
irnenls. Mr Davl movd rules bo dis-
pensed with to allow tho amendment
being nctcd upon.
Senator Blair made u stiong effort
to stop sending for sanaors and
bringing them into the reom to voto
few knowing what the question was.
and gavo notice to tho rhatr that he
would opposo them voting In the fu-
ture Tho chair gave notice to Senator
Ulalr that his protest and opposition
would not prevent tho senutors hav-
ing a voto. when they appeared in
tho senate to cast tlm same.
DurltiR tho romalndor or the after-
noon ho more protests were todKe'i
wjtu ma cnalr.
Speaking to his amendment. Camp-
tell HiiBSnll called the Wblo to Ills
nld roIatiiiK the weaknesses of "man-
kind k."d declared that the labor bill
with a board of arbltiatlon c ntrollod
by labor could uever be u board of
conciliation 'r1id chair reversed the
Mo'ltrion when reeoid of amondment
Mr Franklin urged all of his pow-
er against the amendment trying
even to call tho notlt-n on tho agrlcul
tural bill to his aid.
Stanford and ISohols went o the aid
cf Mr. Huswll in lather a strong man-
ner followed by the momentary re-
marks or Koddle and others who had
not been taking a strong part In Uiat
particular measure and on roll call
Mr. Russell was sustained by a voto
of 20 to 19
Tho voto on the bill was SSayes
and no nays; oaiorgenoy olnusw was
originally 3C ayes. 3 nays nil chang-
ing over to ayo savo Llttlo.
air Franklin lodged a ihoHoj. o re-
consider the action on tho Russell
amondment. nun ehnii uloi It must
be to roopen and reronsltW ttio cntlio
bill or none and the former was ac-
cepted in the Franklin motion.
Psschal Once More In Light.
Tho sonata called up House HIU
No. SI by Paschal of tlie house and
Williams of Uie senate for third
reading but Btlkrps huiI Blair again
snade a desperate efrou o make the
threo montiiB term the limit of time
for tho compulsory aUe.nUuoe at
scbool Mr. Rlaii makiuK several re
marks on the topic
' enator Matthew was the mwakcr
f i tho mJoHy. In tatlnK that a-. i.anks ami nominated a stats tleket
h ron ef tho For Stvuth his id were The platform adopted in addition tu
arly formed oil tlie rlgUt (f the in- instructing for Fslrusnhs. enduiWHl
on mia! and : that he too ..n(e ub i joeel t. p poses corporation
luii . 1 trine (.r Ul.nr u.i 1 tributioim to campaign muds favors
iniiups l-tit in this day .nd agp the ecoimmy In i uhllc Kxpendlfwes es
i i Id without an education .t f w.t4ny hl. ani nnd navy. Modi-
biiden excti the common .njumient a Hilo ! tlu- tlimnetal srem. urges
' statanc. hence In. v..i opposed d pI(jHHiv.. program or labor legis-
v any ciriallmtni of the m i ti'iatlnn pledges complete regulation of
wuke a child uui-ml the p .illi hcIiooIs rav'tHliHtic i-oinuilasiuu in the tnter-
Agee and (Jiaham wanted i.he seu- (M r a(le cnunere aa geneial
ae u tke s ess tut Hi. i.urp.me Weltne of the people and urges re-
0 eongratulatliiK Mathes . hw.Ii.k vision of tho tariff by a special sea
i.ne asslsiaucM of the i.iMnU ma sin o1 !. A buteau of mines
Jority on the measmv. in it in Man und luum u vrgetl and waterways
tm member tik bis m uhtomed i iuipnement reeoimaiendeil Alwllsh-
. an nowspaiw. rsfuliiK even io t hw Mm it (It.ndel
Snal It Uncwn that he bad lor the; AnM)llt important state Issues Is a
Ujhs led the foraea of the orm. rwurlug towl onUon isw with the
y-ailon Ui virtory tke vote i.ewiK H to1 ullt The Urlff plank
1. I-. Uie bit allowing th.. flio.l Wlreu Kairlauiks.
board b dt. rialne wbtini th!
nituputwMT torm Iw Ihiee r six Wtt s Kidney and Uladder Pills arw
nioutba prompt ami thorough and will In a
word. Iiattle was frmnlit .. ! me streiiKthen weakKl ktd-
wiither a Hilld tnmu t at s(h...
fuld u tsk.-n before the lud 01
i "t. but the victory remained mrHh
utloftt and llHtchelt who IumI thst
1 t o rni U n out the d previous
11 i lull i- in tided vvsm Missed uud
in io tin- uoiMse for concurronct In
rranwm Got Labor Aid.
n the dUviiasion of tk FtauKho
1 'I the labor Interests Jtad eome
Ox aid of tfa fsned Klu: and tlie
i "Hon io reconsider was put. gtui Inj.
I'x-ujiiuuw jvimuou ami ttaicneii
'io need the Ijvbuy thevt vya open-
w i (.; for HMdtisliieration of the
Only On imoitiGWW&r!S.;tlSi.tii.
f -1 CftWtn One pv n ? ? Pys
Wc Waht Every Pile Sufferer to Tost
Tnlo Great Cure at Our Exponse.
Send Your Name and Addiess
tor t Free Tffal Pack-
age. Wo want to send you tt free trial
of the ursat Pyramid Pile Cure rtt
otioo so you can see with your own
eyerf vlmt It can dt.
You curt yourwdf with perfect aflso
In your own home and for mils ox-
Pyramid Pile Cure gives you prompt
relief. It heals sores and u Icons re-
duces congestion and Inflammation
and takes .viy pain itching Uiul Irri-
tation. After you hao tried tie sample
treatment and you satisfied you
cmHi get a lull reft- nred treatment
of Pyramid Pile Cure at our druggist's
TOr "0 cents. It lie hasn't It. send us
the money mid we will send you tho
treatment at once by mail In plain
Send us ytur name and address at
once for a trial of this marvelous
quick sure core Address Pyramid
Drug Ca 90 Pyramid llldg.. Marshall
Hiiseell amendment. Tho lobby ile-
mandsd that the board of rtbrltratlou
and ccuclllntlon consist as originally
put; three of the employe and Hire
of the employees and was so tnade
by the reconsideration. Hutchett of-
fered a nio'ion to adjourn and was
defeated Tho motion to reconsider
was a tte 20 to 30 ut Thomas weak-
ened. and allowed i motion to pass
bv voting to reconsider.
The leconsMeratlo't was of courso
the strengh of the lobby change nnd
the Franklin proviso to make tho-
board three of labor and three of am
ployees was again placed In the bill
VonRi'iice came en the pnssuge how.
ever the opponents deeatlng the
emergeiKo- section. Sotia'or Davis
loading the radical forces with u mo-
tion to reconsider.
Kennedy's Lnxatlvo Cough Syrup acts
pinmptly yt gently on the bowels j
tiirongii wiiion tno com ib lorrcn out
of (he- system and at tho sum time
tt allays iiifUuiiiiiauon. Sold by C. It.
FARMERS GETTING THE MONEY.
State Making Loans at Rate of $15000
To $30000 a Day.
rcMio loan department of the school
hind commission under the skillful
direction rf Socretnry Mnrr Is now In
perfect running order and fiom $15-
0(H) to $S0.KM u dtiv Is being loaned
to the farmers of Oklahoma on their
lands at five uor cent Internal run
ning for a period of fllvo years Tho
ngregatje amount of loans which hna
been placed by the dowr'mjnt now
exceeds $aeW0 Yesterday was a
till? -iav In '.he department $00&0
beliiK lonned. The nvorage loan made
Is ab -H $1500 Tho de.partment has
loaned to the new counties of the
-tate under the provisions of the
TrHn bill $l7fl5FO nn first class coun-
i bonds thus enabling the new coitn-
Uhh to stirt on a fash basU. Secre-
tin v Man has placed in the hnndB of
Htatc treesiiier. to the credit of the
auto. $500000 In stnte bonds. Th
balance of the $2PMK)'0K of the por-
mlnent shool fnad -vvhlcli has been
drawn from the national treasury Is
on 'deposit with th? state banks that
hso put up first class collateral.
Theie is nothing better thun Kodol for
dyspepsia indigestion sour stomach
belching of gas and norvous head-
aqlie.1 It djgoat: what' yob eat Sold
by C R. Ronftw
COMPLETE THE PROGRAM
tly Associated Press)
ldianaiwlls hid Apiil 2 The In-
Itaua reiro4Hcan vtate convention to-
fotir delegates at )aige to the conven-
tion Instructed the thirty Indiana
iImI. orutiM nBtliinal AAnvat.tt... tt a
i mi w-.i f.. i ...ii..ii.. .r i?.ir.
nr.s nt aItav troubles arising from
iniluinmatluu of the bladder. Sold by
(' K ltenfro.
FLEET SAILS NORTH
t Bv Associated Press )
Mgdsleiia lsa April 2 The ret
i rcl target practice Of tlie Atlanti'
leet in ptobably completed bare and
tbe nxtt sails fcr the North today.
Cppked Food Sale.
The Royal Neighbors will conduct a
cooked tooil sale at the Itostim meat
; ImBJi"- "tTTrtntFygKpA'. j.i;nuRsi4y
NOTES WILL BE
WILL REFUND WITH
SECRETARY OF ST ll
Dcyerlc's Militia Bill Runs
the Gauntlet to Final
The records or tho debates In the
house are to he trniiBCtlbod by the of-
ficial toporter. Attempts have been
tundo in tho liuiiBO from time to time
to have the dubatoa transcribed and
filed as ii public document In the of
flee of tlfe BecrotMT of stnto but
thosD efforts JiuVu been unsuccessful
Fornlorly a member was allowed to
got his own sneech and thnf alone.
Recently Ellis prusentod a resolu
Hon asking that tlie records be trnti
serlbod and it was rofefiod. to the
committee on ruins; ywrerday the
comiultteo roportotl tt substltuto
which wn8 adopted.
Under tho tonus of the substitute
tho notes and debates In tho hnnds ot
the official stonogrnphur tuo to be
transcribed and a committee is named
In tho resolution to look after that
matter. Thoy mo to hnvo clmriro oi
tho records and proscribe rules rotmrii
lag them under which all members are
to liavo accoss to them at all times
any rule or resolution passed by the
Ihjiiho to tho contniry nolwlthsttiudlng
A telegram to Spoahet Murray fioln
tho FarmorB' union of urmly count
asking tho passage of the fish and
game bill was road.
laarly's bill for city fiuptovuiuunta
known ns tho "pnv!ng hill" was re
turned fiom th? senate wJth ciidoue
amendments. 12nrly movod to ngrot
to tho amendments and his motion
carried 'lno bill was then placed on
Its third reading and was placed on
Tho house then wont Into the com
inlltee Of tho whole for tln considora
lion of the Deyeile mllltln bill. Or
cutt In the chair
in the morning Utyan had offeiod
substitute ror Section 33 providing
that one regiment should bo organ
Iced in old Indian Territory. The suit
stllute was lost and in tue afternoon
lie moved to reconsider. Much dls
cusslon followed and finally Saudi
moved to table but this wiib lost and
tho motion to reconsider was car
Holland offered a substitute for all
pending amendments to the effect
that there should bo quo brigade of
two regiments the total not to exceed
1800 men 915 to ouch reglmont. On
a rising voto the substitute carried
The balance of the bill was qulckl)
considered and the committer on
arising lecommuuded the passage ol
the bll which was thun ordered t(
ungrofiauiont nnd final tstssago.
jonos mil to lease sonio school land
to tho Statu Fair association wu
placed on third loading and passed b
a unanimous vote.
Itlddla's bill for the control of de
pondunt children and ostabllshliiK s
Jin en lie court was next brought ui
and read at length. Tills bill has the
booking of practically every charitable
organisation In the state and will
place the new state among the most
advanced along this line of legislation
It was ordered to engrossment without
a slngc amendment.
iH I1IIU1II KltUUll
WM JlitkW p
slufjtyl Infer flia c
whole. The liill pre
Alt nppioprlauon bill by Durant
committee of the
upon Ides for uavlne
ills' dark hire printing an dottier ox
pause of tho constitutional oonven
tiou after the uppioprinttou by con
gress had been exhausted Sevotai
items of the bill were goip over and
tlie house adjoin tied until 1 o'clock
DeWitt's Utile Karl liters the fa
moiu lltth.' pills Sold by V. 1L Hsu
SECRETARY CROSS AGAIN
8TRIOKEN WITH ILLNESS
gpertal to Dally leader
8L Joseph aio. April 3 -William
Cross Oklnhoma's WK-retai-y of stats
sud a member ot a party of Oklahoma
orrieials Including Clovernor Haskell
and Wtate Trtasurer Meaefee while sn
KHite to Dee Moines. la to attend the
annual bamitiet or the low.v sUtt dsiu
oemts Thunnliiy night was stricken
by an acute attack of cougestlon ami
iiitlniumutlou nf'tho bowels here yas
ter.lay and was in n erf I leal eondltloit
He wa put to ihirfl at u hotel and
tilt vsalwtuitu ti at nnllitil
. At Knusaa till ( Jit i CVosn 4WHtl
Inteesely rrom aggravniod imilgeslion
but thoitgbt he would be able to reaah
IiIk .eitliiatloiv although a physician
tiovernor Haskell and other Okht
bomuns KKke at a big mass meeting
here last nig&t under the aiibplces of
tite leinocraU Tlie municipal elec-
tion takes p)ue Tuesday
Assistant Secretary 1a Mysrs re-
ceived hois distance phone from St.
Jowtph this morning stating tlt Mp
Oross had recovered from ytov;lay8
Indlsiiosltloa wifflclentlj io atcomiauy
the governor's partj to Dae .Moines
lo" where they will b the gnestu il
hoHoi at a big democratic RgtlierUijS.
Klntifc U a good word. It
means "powcrto make thingi
go." A fat bank account a
rock on' the edge of a hill
a barrel of gunpowder and
SCOTT'S 'EMULSION all
contain Kinetic energy"
loUhe professor tells us.
Power b stored up In
This force let loose in the
system of the consumptive
gives him the strength to
take on new flesh. is a
AJIDruftutH 50c. and $1.00.
Mail matter remaining unclaimed
In tho Guthrie okluhoma post ollice
for the week ending March M 1008.
When nettling tor any of the following
Letters For Men
Anthony t. c.
Dot kef Leo
Bolser W. H.
Clossen Ira- P.
CollluB A. F.
Eastmaii J. W
KngilBh Low Is
Bthritlgd O. L (2)
First Nnlfi Bank
Hurtraan L. IX
Huuderton & Bennett
Juiuoson W B. (2)
Kolloy J. O.
LOonoy i iles A. (2)
Moredlv A. Dr.
Morrow D. C. (U. S Sec'y
iMurry J. s.
Nichols' P. W.
Parker 15. K. t"J)
&tewurt J. w.
Tho Bfisliiess College
Wictldon 0. L.
WllkorsOh W W.
Wnirf. T. A
Wood 'H.' P.
Lettero For Womeh.
Anderson Miss Hcnrotcr
Bargo Miss Magglo
Bourne Mrs. Dorothy
Bloats Miss Ldla
.Bnwn Mis Llr.Kle
Clarke Mrs. 1311a M.
Chem Miss Btlnu
Holland Mrs. Bill
Mack. Mrs. Mary
Aiartlu Mrs. llyram
Martin Mrs. llortense
Morsier Miss Grace
Woodmausee Miss Lillian
Wrand. Miss Mamie
Cards For Men.
Adair Leo $ .j
Aruntle T. K.
asbury a k mmmumm
Lioom w. is.
Blossonham W. L.
Burch F. I.
Curiler Pub. Co
De-Well Mr. & Mrs. llnrvey W.
Iloqvor rt. A
Jv.hnson .1 W.
King. J. If.
King Itufus B.
Iteci.er U. L.
St Ixiuia Nurseries
Ihompbon. C. C. (2)
AVells T. E.
Williams. V. M.
AVlllta..usoa I 13.
Wilson C. IS.
Woods IBddle V.
Voods. Kdwnrd H.
Wyckoff L. 0.
ards For Women. .
$Dflker Mrs. Uknma
barlow Mrs L. H. (8)
Cleveland Mtea Amy
t Vouch Mi Hsrtha
Detrlch. Miss Leohu
Drake. Misa Alilo
Hawkins Mrs. D.
Ms em Misa Bornlee
iieddeii Mrs. Tuna
nexioad Ml. W. A.
Sud.lei Mrs. P
m PERTAINING TO g
I THOSE ON SICK LIST
' The ll'tlo danpjttar or Attorney
Ueneial and Mrs OJias. Wost Is ro-
poited 10 lie seriously ill wttr- pueumo-
nlii Mrs J J. Dllnu wlfo of Justice
Dunn is on thutiok list
Feel languid weak run-down?
Headache? SJomaeu 'orf"? Just a
plAlu oaso of jaiy: liver. B unlock Blood
Blttors tones lvor and etomach. pro-
notoa digestion piirlWes th blood
rnimm n 1 f ' mm
Save tuoitey bp buying Robn?on
BRAVES HAVE DOUBTS
REMOVED AS TO HOTEL
AND THAT CHARGES
WILL BE REASONABLE
Will Send 1400 ftprcseu-
taliyes From Great Poli-
Spectnl io Dally Loader.
Denver Colo. April '2. Tammany
hull lins been convinced thnt the hotel
rntos in Denver during the democratic
national convention next July will be
no higher than they are accustomed to
pay at national conventions. And what
Is more tho utombors of this great
democratic political organisation are
satisfied that the hotel aocomniods
tions will be aB comfortable as the ho-
tels of any city In the United State.
word cornea from New York that
not less than fourteen huhdied Tarn
nmnyltttB will come to Denver for the
convention. This nnnounconw nt has
staggered some or the republican-
newspnpors of New York and the East
but Uiuko satnu newspapers persist in
saying that tho delognles will have to
sleop on cots or on the floor with no
bedding except a blanket and a pillow
No well informed person bcllovcs
those foolish storios any mote us peo-
ple who travel and who aio familiar
with Denver know that the hotels or '
tills city nro on m par with any in
tho coitntri and that Denver h.ic more
good hotola with modern conveniences
than tho majority of the cities ot lib
slf o In tho Oliltod States.
The reason for this Is plain. Den-
ver is a convention city ami is one of
tho lending tourists' cities on tho
American continent. iuerefote tho
hotol be uess li p.ofltHM.' urnl eon-
sequentl; hotel property Is a paying
A word of explanation about rate?
will convince all ralr minded person
tltat the hotel proprietors or Uenvr
are not charging unreasonable rates
nor have their rates been ralcd. A
case cited by a New York iiewspsK
is an excellent example and an ex.
plnnatlon shows the unfairness ot the
"Tammany will hnve to jwy $11 .
day tor a room that will be occupied
by four persons ' is tlie exclamation of
This is true. Tain many delegates
will occupy many Just such roins but
they aio In three of the best hotels in
Denver. The rooms are large and all
roivo batliB attached. They all accom-
modate four persons comfortably nnd
each person will have a good bod The
regular rate for these rooms is $3.50
a day for one person. This late Is no
higher than the rOto In any hotel of
the sume ohms in the United States.
Thorofoie each of the Tammany dele-
gates will pay Uie regular rato per
day for n room with a bath. If he
camo to Danvor at any other time nnd
Stopped at any oua of these hotels ho
would hnvo tp pay $3. SO a day for this
class 0" 100m. However. Tammany
him ougagod roams at a lower rato
Thomas F. Smith secretary of Tiun-
nmny today wired W. F It Mills
chairman of the hotel committee en
gaging 105 rooms at this time. Tlie
rate per person for some of ti'eso
rooms runs as low as 'i a day and
lit a tow Instances ns high as h p. day
and in no instance is the rate per ier
sou r<ttn. Tlie price is made accord
tug to Ute class Of
is In n!Ordffirbeii
room engaged and
ltll (he tegular lato
Just as tho vnluo ot Borne now
upcouinion iueclmnlcul cloviso la
first called Into question without
trlul bo our remedy ivna first
doubted and decried by those who
thought they know.
Naturally thoro have boon
"Doubting; Thomases' who clad
In armor of old and rusty theories
about medicines buvo refused to
bcllnvo that thorp couleJl possibly bo
any Improvement on tho old doc-
trine But progress never comes
without opposition. It would
have- heen unnatural It thoforco
nnd power ol our proof and mag-
netism of our Buccess had not cap-
tured their reason und forced tho
doubters to reviso their antique
Ideas about couh medicines. So
wo hold before you tho remedy for
Coughs Colds AVhooplng Cough
and Orouji our mody tho buc-
cossful remedy. It Is called Dr.
Gun'8 Cough Itomely
It 5a pleasaut to tdke absolute-
ly haruilosa n every reapoct and
DR. GUN'S COUGH REMEDY
Three Sizes; 25 cats 50 cents and $1.09. C. W Beit Sobs & Co. Proprietors Chicago. '
FOR SAW BY A. R QPAY
of tint hotels making tbe .-ontratt.
The hotels are given the right to
ntillae the full csiwclty of thnii room i.
without oen mulling them in don
vwntlmi times it ti- uHtonnii for ho-
tels In evciy it io the world to iw
the full upiit ot theli mollis and tj
charge the irRulai intf per person
Tll hotl leepets of Denver am liv-
ing up to thclt ngteement with too
national committee and everybody ex-
cept a few lepublliHii i.ew spaiwrs are
( Duiner hotels and apartment houses
lean take care or a iot of from t0-
000 to 7."0j) i topic with ease Of
praarso. If a delegate Insists uihih stop
ping at a hotel that has it rooms
Hlted he will be given the privilege or
sleeping on a cot If he so desJrei. Rut
there are plenty of first class hotcis
In Denver and every one can have h
comfortable bed In a comrortablo
room at a price according to liU
Tulsa Wants to be Shown.
In the supreme court yesterday the.
case of the elf of Tulsa appellants
against the Tulsa Water Light Heat
and Power comjMtny was upon mo-
tion of C. T Ilyrd counsel .Hr appel-
lants advanced on the docket and it
for hearing on April 13tn The tjnes-
tiona involved are whether the dtv
counll had the right In the Indian
Territory to grant nn exclusive fran-
chise and whether a city cotmcH can
by Injunctions as a legislative body.
That languid lifeless feeling that
comes with spring and early summer
can be- Quickly changed to a feeling
or buoyancy and energy by the Judic-
ious nse or Dr. Snoop's Restomtlvn.
The Restorative 1a n genuine tonic to
tired run-down nerves and hut n fv
doses Is needed to satisfy tho user
that Dr. Snoop's Restorative is ac-
tually reaching that tired spot The
indoor lite of winter neaily alvvava
leads to sluggish bow Is and to slua-
glsh circulation in general. The cus
tomary lack of exercise and outdoor
air ties up the liver stagnates the kid-
ue.vs. and oft-times weakobs tho
Heart's action Use Dr Shoop's
Hestorativo a few weeks mid ali wilt
be changed. A few days' test will eil
you thnt you arp using the right re:n
ody You will easily and surely note
tin? ciinngp from day to du. Sold bjr
It -na nr a S3 -A I
Tliey iiro ag bad ns any.
Thorp's no cold like a Marcli cold for aggravation.
Out Keel Spiucc uid While Plue is a guaranteed con'rl
cure yudrantted to cure the cough or you can have your
It helps all kinds of coughs In all kinds of weather.
It's ibod to lake. No sickish taste no after cffecU
Simple and e indent best dcBcribu&il. 2c a bottle.
JL J jLJrlL XXL rJVkJL rf
O'M. Wolamoi Mativager
4 TTW.UUWA5W1 owiiam wiiiuuj
I Prompt Attention Given to All
Calls for Drayage.
cious Rooms For Storage
Receivers and Distributors
nocommondod Wlion-ovor Usod.
Darif Store Co . Oaraj. Mich ayii "Dr Cna's
CoufU Remedy gives splendid talWictiuc to our tradj
and where once tried in a family itscooitant ute is an
asaurcd fact. Pleate tend u (our doaen cacti tue."
D. E. Mallerr Atabo? Mbin. asT Dfc Cfta
Rtmrdy tm the beat aatUfacUoa of aiiy eolrJU ttmed
I ever aaoaiea.
c elixir ?Toeiwa
acts gently vet prompt-
ly on the bowels cleanses
Ibe system eectuttly
assists one m overcoming
permanently. To et its
Ocnejicial! effects buy
pluruucWcd hy tlie
SOLD BYLEADIN0 DRUtWISTS-BOt.BOTiU
Appealed to Supreme Court.
The case of M. It Mentis convict -d
in Kay comity or muideneg Finis t'ns.
fslduy. In the eaily uit f ISMifi In n
general fight in which be Kill 1 'wo
Castddaiyi'g has been appealed to tho
sirpreme court .The evidence in tho
cath Is about 1700 pages of tspewnt
ten tetlinony. Moirls killed P W
Cis8ldn and Ftnts Casstday In a gen-
eral fight with a shotgun. He was
acquired ot the killing or P. W Ca
IF YOU KNEW
Tho merits or the Texas Wonder you
would never suffer from kidney blad-
der or rheumatic troublr - $t bottle
two months treatment sold by Dr tg
slst or by mnll Send for testimoni-
als Dr. 18. W Hall 2020 Olive Street
Men's all leather shoos $1.50 to
$300; for sqrvlec the best at the price.
510 W. OKLAHOMA
ns fur ns Its effective results an
concerned words full to ex press
tho rollet that will bo obtutued
front tho tlret dose.
However Boverc tho cough may
bo. if tnkuii according to directions
Dr Gun's Cough Ilomedy will not
disappoint you. Of course ovory
enso 1h different nnd needB n differ-
ent longth ot time for ti cure; but
the patient mny rest secure In the
assurance that as long uh ho Is
faithful to the trentment he can be
completely relieved .
Try Dr. Gun'a Cough Homedyj
wo any it is par oxcelloncetho
most thorough rapid and effective
treattneut over prepared for Colds
Coughs Croup and Whooping
Cough nnd we say It beciuso of
tho results obtained from Kbuso.
There is no roinedy"Juat as good."
When a druggist says so ho la
thinking of hla profit and not of
your welfare. It la a household
necessity look for picture ot 'Gun
un front and hack of ouch pnekae.
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