The Mountain Park Herald (Mountain Park, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, June 12, 1908 Page: 4 of 8
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TO WTHHOLO SICNftTURE
GOVERNOR MAMIIL WANTS EX-
RRERRION ON ANTI-TRUST
niNueiu tins' 11116E is siisit
Altar Masting In Oklahoma City a
CNNMNittM Will iNfNTNI IM OOV
•mar •» tha State Club*' Aetian and
View* Regarding Trust*
GUTHRIE: Ooremor Haskell will
poatpoo* signing tha antl-truat bill In
Ha revised form, and aa a substitute
for the fortnar reload bill, until Tues-
day of nait waak. Tha eaecutlva ad-
ran red tha data la order to id an
•ipreaaloa from tha rarloua cham-
bers of commerce aa will* be repre-
aanlad la Oklahoma City at the meet-
lag of federated clubs, there June •
Copies of tha bill will be forwarded
to a large number of business organ-
Italians throughout tha state. In this
way tha Indlrtdual opinion may be
formed and attended discussion here
will be unnecessary. A president of
one commercial club said:
"The measure hat many meritori-
ous sections, and would In ma# In-
stances secure good results, but Taken
as a whole, the proposed legislation
It objectionable, and, we bellere,
ahould be retoed. It prorldes for a
rather too drastic control of concr-
ete Interests and at a time when Ok-
lahoma. through Its commercial bod-
ies. It Inciting capital and outside
wealth Into the state to assist In Its
material development ”
Nawapapar Riant told
OKLAHOMA CITT: The Oklahoma
Post plant, defunct since last Octo-
ber. the sale of which has been j«oat-
poned time and again, was sold to
stockholders of the concern. It I*
said here that the plant will be made
a part of a new (l.noo.noo concern,
and that a new morning republican
paper will be started
Olrl Charged With Horse Stealing
OKARCHE: Miss Jennie Meier
has been arrested on the charge ot
•testing a horse and held on a bond
of 1*50 to await action by the grand
|ury. It wa# her fathegg horse that
she took and from her father's barn.
The complaint la made against her
by J. J. nates, a tenant on the Meier
farm, to whom Meier bad furnished
horses to make the tenant a crop.
Oklahoma Rsspis te Ve.t an Ratling
be baa I Lands
GUTHRIE: In arerdance w.lh
Governor H**':»H's reo-nt call, the
first steps mere taken toward initiat-
ing a hill for th* sale of the school
Isnds. to be submitted to the people at
the nest general election. A ciramlt-
tee of elcren was named to draft the
bill, composed of sis school tsnd les-
sees. to ba selected by themselves.
Governor tliskell. Speaker Murray.
Senator Thomas. Secretary Marr of
the school land commission, and
Prank H. Greer, editor of the Guthrie
The leasee* held a meeting before
proceeding to the governor'* office
and voted unanimously against trying
to Initiate any bill, but after a confer-
ence with the governor, they decided
to yield to hi* wishes In the matter.
The opposition to Initiating s bill la
baaed on the belief that U Will be
vary hard to frame a bill In this way
which can carry at the polls, and the
Idea that U such n bill la beaten at
this time It will render much more
difficult tha effort* to renew agitation
on the subect. Tha leeaees selected
as their members of the drafting com-
mittee J. C. Robart of Orady county.
M. H- WlUams of Lincoln. J. B. Tosh
of Kiowa. J. H. Johnston of Oklaho-
ma. John Goloble. of Logan, gad R-
Mitchell ot Comanche.
Lewis’ Mask Binder costs mere than Are neither riampt from aoma forw
at lee »• cigsrs. NunWers know why. of Itch;
Year dealer er Lewis’ Psetucy, IVona. Ul a distinction may bn mad* !•
Rut tha rich and tha poor must
A cranky bachelor any* that heaven
la probably so called because there
era no mnnrtagaa there ^
Will you buy now. or win you wah
until the good land la nil gone. Prom
1* to (40 acre* and * town lota of
the choicest land In South Texas, for
1*10. at RIO par month. Write Or.
Cbaa. P. Simmons. San Antonio. Tasas.
•cratch Juat the earn*.
O. why should the children of Adam
An affliction so dreadful, when Hunt a
Cura does cure?
All forma of Itching. Guaranteed.
MAY RRRTORR RIGHT
Liquor Drummer Defies Law
McALESTER: A. H. Dryfu*. a rep-
resentative of a Kansas City liquor
house, who has been arrested nearly
100 time* and who Is now under ball
aggregating (SO.OOO, ha* mad" appli-
cation for an Injunction against the,
officials of Pittsburg county to re-
strain the county officials from Inter-
fering with what he term* his "con-
stitutional rights" as a cltlsen of an-
other state. Dryfus contends that
the Oklahoma constitution violates
the Interstate commerce provisions
of the constitution. He has the sup
port of the Missouri brewers and will
carry the matter to the supreme court
of the United States.
Randit Kill* Pamlly and Hlmaalf
KNOX CITY. MO.: Pert McMilan.
reformed member of the Dalton gang
of outlaws, once one of the most fear-
ed desperadoes In the entire country,
bank robber and "bad man" lies dead
te a morgue here, the result of on-
of the most grewsome tragedies ever
enacted In Missouri A,l*r
hte wile, daughter and
satnrited their clothing ^'holVs-d
pr.- to th" house and In the midst of
E ex,nr, tha* were rapMI» destroy-
I,,, hts home, p'itred a re'. Ivor to his
1, -1 m l blew tils hcaln* out
banatac Oora to Undergo Treatment
for hit Kyat
WASHINGTON: Imbued with but a
forlorn hope and with physician and
family discouraging too much confi-
dence. Senator Thomas P. Gore, the
blind senator from Oklahoma, be-
gan a to regain tha ayealght ha
lost nearly thirty years ago.
"There'n Just a chance; that la all"
said Senator Gore. “I am not indulg-
ing In any false hopaa, but I have
consented to the trial. If the exparl-
ment fella I will not taka It to
Senator Gore went to a hospital
where for a week he will undergo
preliminary treatment by an eminent
Washington oculist. If nt the and of
that time beneficial results ace noted
a slight operation will be performed
upon his left eye In the hope of re-
storing the sight.
"Senator Gore has not allowed him-
self to be too optimistic." raid Mrs.
Gore. "Should the experiment fall
ho will not be greatly disappointed;
should It succeed wa will be overjoy-
ed. although both the senator and I
have become so accustomed to his
blindness that U would be like start-
ing in life again.
"The senator has become accustom-
ed to his affliction, and so have I. He
Is not sensitive about his blindness,
unless some oqe grows Impertinent
in asking how It came about. When
g yoars old. while playing with a boy
companion he was struck in the left
eye with a stick. Three year* later
he bought n crossbow gun as a gift
for a friend. It worked Imperfectly,
and. boy-tike, he looked down Jhe
harrfl to ascertain the trouble. The
gun was accidentally dlaeharged. and
the arrow entered the right eye. com-
pletely destroying It”
First Boy—I'm going to study
French this summer.
Second Boy—Wall. I can apeak two
Plrat Hoy—Wbat are they?
Gstiond Boy—English and tool ball.
On assured railroad M miles from
Raa Antonio. Texts, tha man of small
mtana can buy a farm of from 10 to
(40 acre* and I Iowa lota for 1210
Fine climate, good water, rich soil. (10
per month. Write Dr. Chat. P. Slm-
moaa, Ran Antonio. Taras.
Bobby and Johnny were digging t«
the *and under my window. Johnny
raya: ‘‘My grandma'a dead; ahe'a
gona to Heavan; my mother aaya
“I know It" replies Bobby, In n mat-
ter-of-fact way. "Hobby," saya
Johnny, "what do you a'spoee she's
doing up there?" Without an In-
stant's hesitation came the reply:
“Oh. atandln' up, lookin' round,
The grant trouble pith aoma bn
la that they can have ealf-respect with-
out half trying.
iaa vot'N rterww paomot
I'm Red Crora Ball Blue and make them
white again. Large 2 ox. package, I cent*
Thera la always work and tools to
work withal, for those who will—
AGAIN ORCLINRD WITH THANKR.
Wauld-Ra Contributor “Up Agalnat"
tha Misanthropic Editor.
The editor looked up as the callar
came forward, rays the Cleveland
“Sir," raid the latter, "you ob-
jected to the meter of the spring
pacm I submitted to you the other
day. Because of this I have for the
present dropped poetry and turned
my attention to the art of the essay-
ist. Here. sir. la a paper on 'Woman
and Her Defects.' which I trust you
will find to your liking."
The editor stared hard at the title
of the essay.
“‘Woman and Her Defects,'" he
repeated. “Are you a married man.
"No." replied the caller, “I am not
The editor laughed harshly.
“You should choose subjects." he
raid, “with which you have had an
opportunity to become familiar.”
And ha handed bark the essay on
“Woman and Her Defects."
Character at Discharge No Dlflaranea
GUTHRIE: In a recent letter to the
attorney general'* office, the question
was raised by E. J. Dick of Buffalo
county attorney of Harper county, a*
to whether ^soldiers In the Union or
Confederate armies who had received
an honorable discharge wouljJ be en-
titled to the exemptions provided for
In the constitution. After lookinff
Into the matter Asslatsnt Attorney
General Rplllman held that under the
constitution the only requisite for the
exemption l» the service, and that the
character of di«<-h*rg# a apparently
injfcea no dtUwronce.
Right Road Olvaa Strength and Brain
The natural elements of wheat and
barley. Including the phosphate of pot-
ash, are found In Grape-Nuts, and that
la why persons who are run down from
Improper food pick up rapidly on
“My system was run down by exces-
sive night work," writes a N. Y. man,
“In spite of a liberal supply of ordi-
“After using Orape-Nuta I noticed
Improvement at once. In strength, and
serve and brain power.
“This food seemed to lift me up and
stay with me for better exertion, with
less fatigue. My weight Increased 20
lbs. with vigor and comfort In propor-
“When traveling I always carry the
food with me to Insure having It.”
Name given by Postum Co., Battle
Creek, Mich. Read "The Road to Well-
vllle,” In pkgs.
Ever read tha above lattar? A naw
ana appears from time to time. They
ara genuine, true, and full af human
Unbke th* ordinary dried
baef—that aold in bulb—
Ubby’a PctriRRR Mai M
comes in G sealed glass Jar
In which It b packed the
moment it is sliced into those
delicious thin wafers.
None of the rich natural
flavor or goodness eacapaa
or dries ouL It reaches you
fresh end with all the nutri-
UMyV PeeriesB Wed
Bed ie only one of a Great
number of high>grade, reedy
to serve, pure food products
that are prepared in UMl'l
Great White Kilckea.
Just try a package of any
of these,such as OxTongue.
Vienna Sausage, Pickles,
1 Olives, ete., and see how
ferent they are
youths ve eaten.
Positively carad by
these Little Pills.
. They alto relieve Ou-
tran tram Dyepepeia. •»-
d Ige.tUra and Too Hearty
Katin*. A perfect rem-
edy for Dlulneu, Naur
raa, Drowetnera. Ba(
Taote in the Mouth.Coat-
led Ttagu*. r»i“ 1° tk*
laid.. TORPID LIVER.
They regulate the Bowele. Purely Vegetable.
SHULL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL MICE.
Genuine Must Beer
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Roberts, Luther. The Mountain Park Herald (Mountain Park, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, June 12, 1908, newspaper, June 12, 1908; Mountain Park, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc853441/m1/4/: accessed October 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.