The Capitol Hill Weekly News The Oklahoma Fairdealer (Capitol Hill, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 20, Ed. 1 Monday, January 31, 1910 Page: 7 of 8
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FOR THE GRIP.
IIUDGE HOLDS SECTION OF BIL-
j LUPS LAW UNCONSTITUTIONAL
REST SAKS OISE WILL BE APPEALED
| Caldwell’s Activity Held Void Because
of Incomplete Statute—Judge
Maben Declined to Make
Not the Proper Atmosphere.
Overheard outside St. Aun’s church
First City Man—Are you going in
to hear the archdeacon to-day?
Second City Man—No, I think not.
It puts me in the wrong frame of
mind for business for the rest of the
Associate with men of good judg-
ment, for judgment is found in con-
versation. And we make another
man’s judgment ours by frequenting
IJO YOUR CLOTHES LOOK YELLOW!
If so, use Red Cross Ball Blue. It will make
them white as snow. 2 oz. package 5 cents.
To learn to work and, work cheer-
fully, is the central lesson of life.—
Some cemetery janitors, unless
closely watched, raise vegetables In
the rich graveyard mold.
PILES CURED IN 0 TO 14 DAYS.
»Vo 14 »lay» or aiouey refunded. 60o.
The world is all gates, all opportuni-
ties, strings of tension waiting to he
Lewis’ Single Binder, the famout
■traight 5c cigar—annual sale 9,000,000.
Health may be wealth, but that isn’t
what makes the doctors rich.
Shawnee, Okla.—Nine indictments
| against Former District Judge W. N.
Maben, eight charging bribery and
] one charging embezzlement, were
Squashed by District Judge Stilwell S.
| Bussell of Ardmore at Tecumseh
I Tuesday, on the ground that that sec-
i tion of the Billups prohibition law
' i which confers certain powers upon
! state enforcement attorneys coequal
with county attorneys is unconstitu-
tional. Attorney General West, just
before leaving for Oklahoma City
Tuesday, announced that he will ap-
peal to the state criminal court of ap-
The presence of Fred S. Caldwell,
state enforcement attorney, in the
grand, jury room during the delibera-
tions of that body while investigating
charges against Judge Maben was
the basis of the motion to quash,
which was filed by counsel for Mn-
ben. The motion held that at the time
the county attorney of Pottawatomie
county was qualified to conduct the
investigation, was in the county and
was ready and willing to act.
Four members of the grand jury
were called as witnesses Tuesday and
each testified to the fact that Cald-
well was in the jury room and exam-
ined witnesses. Caldwell was also a
The opinion by Judge Russell holds
that the constitution defines the pow-
ers and duties of the county attorney
and specifies the conditions under
which he may become disqualified to
act, and that the legislature has not
authority to enact a law that will limit
or abrogate those powers. The opin-
ion practically nullifies the power
granted to state enforcement attor-
neys under the prohibition law.
Judge Russell also held that, the
law giving powers to the enforcement
attorney was incomplete, in that it
did not create any such office, and
that if it had created such an office
it would have been unconstitutional.
He talked at some length on the sane
tlty of thJ jury room and the stat
ute's demand for secret proceedings.
Arguments for and against the mo-
tion to quash were continued until the
introduction of the testimony of the
jurors. Those examined were: J. H.
Woods, foreman; T. C. Holt, of Shaw-
nee; W. P. Brooks ,of Shawnee; and
,T. C. Fisher, of Shawnee.
Judge Maben declined to make a
statement regarding the opinion.
For Remarkably Quick Action on Colds
This prescription will frequently cure
the worst cold In a day's time and It Is
a sure cure for any cough that can i. ■
cured. "Two ounces Glycerine; half
ounce Concentratec Pine; Put these
into half a pint of good whiskey and
use in doses of teaspoonful to a table-
spoonful every four hours. Shake bot-
tle well each time." Any druggist has
these ingredients In stock or will quick-
ly get them from his wholesale house.
The Concentrated Pine is a specia1
pine product and comes only In half
ounce vials each e"closed In an air
tight case; But be sure it is labeled
"Concentrated.” This formula cured
hundreds here last winter.
INSULT TO INJURY.
Unci* Eph Had at Laat Cnt Idas *» I
•tew His Hogs Might Have
1 pile K, hralm had two .. ->gs. which
ue kept in a pen at the rear end of his
little lot. They wer« of the "razor-
back" vuriety, and although they were
fed bountifully with kitchen waste,
It seemed impossible tO put any fat
on their attenuated frames. One morn-
ing when he went out to feed them
they were not there. They had dis-
appeared, leaving no clew- to the man-
ner in which they had made their es-
"What’s the matter. Uncle Eph?"
inquired a neighbor, noticing the deep
dejection with which the old man was
looking down into the empty Pen j
"My hawgs is done gone, Bah.’ he
"No. sah. 1 don’t see no signs dat
anybody tuck ’em.”
"Did they climb out over the top?”
"No, dey couldn’t ’a done dat."
"How do you think they got away?"
“Well, sah,” suid Uncle Ephraim,
“my ’pinion Is dat dem hawgs kind o’
raised delrselves up on aidge an* crope
through a crack."—Youth’s Com-
Shoemaker—Well, if that
right. Instead of paying my bill, he
kicks me down stairs, and with the
new boots I’ve made him, too.
Relief from Distressing Kidney
Trouble Was Found.
Accidents Will Happen
And when they do—they hurt.
HUNT’S LIGHTNING OIL is the
one instantaneous relief and cure
for all wounds, bruises, sores,
cuts, sprains and abrasions of the
skin. It forms an artificial skin
covering, excludes the air instant-
iy, stops pain at once. There are
many oils, but none like HUNT S.
The action is different, and the
effect as well.
. . HUNT S
N G OIL
Always have it in the house. Take
S t™ XThuSK
Enid Boy is Rhodes Scholar
Enid, Okla.—Ray L. Lange, athletic
director and instructor in mathemat-
ics in the Enid high school, has just
received notice that he has been se-
lected for the Cecil Rhodes scholar-
ship from Oklahoma. The honor has
beep conveyed to Mr. Lange through
President A. Grant Evans, of the Ok
lahoma University, through whom
Lange made application for the schol-
arship. It was thought for a while
that Oklahoma would have no repre-
sentative in the famous English
school this year, as all previous ap-
plicants had fallen short of the re-
quired qualifications for entrance.
However, the report of the Cecil
Rlfbdes secretary and faculty of Ox-
ford which examined Mr. Langes’ ex
amination papers, which has just been
received, was favorable.
Mrs. Elizabeth Wolf, 388 W. Morgan
St., Tipton, Mo., says: "Inflammation
of the bladder
reached its climax
last spring and I suf-
fered terribly. My
back ached and
pained so I could
hardly get around
and the secretions
were scanty, fre-
quent of passage
and painful. I was
________the time and very nervous. I
began using Doan's Kidney I’llls, and
after taking a few boxes was cured
and have been well ever since.”
Remember the name—Doan’s. Sold
by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-
Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Jim’s Cost a Dollar More.
Richard Le Gallienne, the noted
poet, was entertaining a group of
magazine editors at luncheon in New
To a compliment upon his fame Mr.
Le Gallienne said, lightly :
"But what is poetical fame in this
age of prose? Only yesterday a
schoolboy came and asked me for my
autograph. 1 assented w. .ingly. And
to day at breakfast time, the hoy again
" ‘Will you give me your autograph,
sir?’ he said.
“‘But,’ said I, T gave you my auto-
“ 'I swapped that and a dollar,’ he
answered, ’for the autograph of Jim
An Educational Problem.
Little Margery has just begun to go
to the kindergarten, and is filled with
due sense of the importance of her
studies there and the solemn value of
the attainments that have thus been
put within her reach. The other aft-
ernoon, after coming home from
school, she remained In a brown study
for a time, and then said: "Mamina,
do 1 know as much now as 1 don't
W« oner One Hundred Dollar* Reward f»r **J
enee ot Catarrh Ui»t canuol be cured by HUH
Syrup of Figs and Elixir of
Senna appeals to the cultured
and the well-informed and the
heakhy because its component
parts are simple and whole-
some and because it acts with-
out disturbing the natural func-
tions, as it is wholly free from
every objectionable quality or
substance. In its production rt
pleasant and refreshing syrup
of the figs of California is unit-
ed with the laxative and car-
minative properties of certain
plants known to act most bene-
ficially, on the human system,
when its gentle cleansing is de-
sired. To get its beneficial ef-
fects, always buy the genuine,
for sale by all reputable drug-
gists; one size only, price
fifty cents a bottle. The name
of the company — California
Fig Syrup Co.—is always plain-
ly printed upon the front of ev-
ery package of the genuine.
(ali/omiafo Syrup (6
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
NEW YORK, N) T.
We. the unders
for the last 15 yen
in all bus
F. J. CHENEY * CO.. Toledo. O.
indersianed, have known F. J. Cheney
1 believe him nerfectlv hon-
orable In all business transaction* and (man
able to carry out any obligations made by nls u
Warding, Kinnan * MARVIN,
Hall’s Catarrh Cm
directly upon the blood
......... perfectly I
ilness transaction* and financially
, Kinnan .
holesale Druggist*. Toledo. O.
Is taken Internally, acting
and mucous surface* of the
it free. Prlc
amlly l’lll* for conitlpatlon.
75 cent* per
cmiaren, uuu bcc *
CLIP THIS OUT
For Sale by All
A. B. RICHARDS MEDICINE CO
? :: V.Ksb.::.\:.\::*
1 •• Turnip..........
1 “ Lettuce.........-
ROBINSON SEED A PLANT CO
218 Pacific Ave. Dallas, Texas
JHIJK. A-A ▼ — — -
A convenient and
S. &. S. Come to Oklahoma
Oklahoma City—Conditioned upon
Oklahoma City guaranteeing a bonus
of $300,000 within 30 days and a satis-
factory agreement with Morris k I o.,
the Schwarzchild & Sulzberger Pack
ing company of Chicago, has entered
into a signed contract with the Okla-
homa City Chamber of Commerce to
establish a monster packing plant up-
on lands acquired from the Stock
Yards company in Morris addition to
The contract was signed Tuesday
night by Ferdinand Sulzberger, pres-
ident of the company.
According to a statement of Presi-
dent Sulzberger, the S. & S. plant pro-
posed conditionally is to be equally as
large as the Morris plant, if not larg-
er, and will cost approximately $3,-
Renowned Doctor’s Prescription f
Rheumatism and Backache.
"One ounce Syrup Sarsaparilla com-
pound; one ounce Toris compound;
Add these to a half pint ol good whis-
key: Take a tablespoonful before each
meal and at bed time; Shake the bot-
tle before using each time." Any drug-
gist has these ingredients in stock or
will quickly get them from his whole-
sale house. This was published previ-
ously and hundreds here have been
cured by it. Good results show after
the first few doses. This also acts as
a system builder, eventually restoring
strength and vitality.
"That," said Senator Tillman of an
opponent’s argument, “is an amusing
“In fact,” he continued, “it is as
bad an exaggeration as the story
about Ben Johnson's height. They
said of Ben, you know, the candidate
for sheriff, that when he made a stump
speech, instead of getting a stump
ready for him to mount, they would,
because he was so tall, dig a hole for
him to stand in.”
..tie. Sold by i
lake Hail b Ft
All in the Name.
Phyllis (up from the country)—But,
Dick this is just like the last piece you
brought me to see here.
Dick.—My dear Phyllis, don't be ab-
surd. This is "The Naughty Girl of
Nice," and that other was "The Grasse
Widow.” Surely you know that Nice
and Grasse are two entirely different
Important to Mothers.
Examine carefully eveiy bottle of
CASTORIA. a safe and surti remedy for
infants and children, and see that it
Signature of //, , w
In Use For Over 30 Years.
The Kind You Have Always Bought.
Spoiled the Story.
Tattered Terry—I'm a newspaper
man, but I can’t get a job.
Lady of the House—Indeeu! Why
Tattered Terry—You see, I saved a
train from a terrible accident once,
and all de editors have been sore on
me ever since!—Puck.
"Does you believe It’s lucky to see
de new moon over yoh right shoul-
"Sho 1 does,” replied Mr. Erastus
Pinkney. “Dese here stormy days
you’s lucky to see any kind of a moon
The Secret of Youth
Do you ever wonder how y#u can remain young, or
why other women older than you, look younger than you dor
The secret can be put in a few words:^ Preserve
your health, and you will preserve your youth.
By “health” we mean not alone physical hea th, but
nerve health, as, sometimes, magnificently strong-looking
women are nervous wrecks. , , . .
But whether you are weak physically or nervously,
vou need a tonic, and the best tonic for you is Cardin.
It builds strength for the physical and nervous systems.
It helps put flesh on your bones and vitality into your nerves.
The Woman’s Tonic
L. Adcock, of Smith-
is passing through the
“My mother,” writes Mrs. Z.
ville, Tenn., “is 44 years old and
change of life.
“She was irregular and bloated and suffered terribly.
My father stepped over to the store and got her a bottle
of Cardui, which she took according to directions and now
she is up, able to do her housework and says she feels
like a new woman.” Try Cardui In your own case.
Write to- Ladies’ Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga Medicine Co.. C attanooga. Ter
far Special Instructions, and 64-pace book. “Home Treatment tor Women," sent tree.
Children Who Are Sickly.
Mothers should never be without a bo* of
Mother (.ray's Sweet Powders for Children.
They break up cold* In 24 hours, cure Feverish-
ness, Constipation, Headache, Teething Dis-
order* and Stomach Troubles. Over 10.000
testimonials. At all Druggists, 25c. Ask to-
day. Sample mailed FREE. Address,
Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y.
Fuddy—Well, I suppose men and
women both have their troubles.
Duddy—Yes, and I've noticed that
the chief trouble of one is generally
One. Much UniecMUTT Suffering
r ____________*-*p* rue HU
m ski mnwK m
Give* iiul»nt leBef-Todhe* childly
All Druggists, 2!5 cents.
Will Fight Savings Bank Bill
Washington.—Senator Heyborn lias
taken a stand of fighting attitude re-
garding the postal savings bill, and.
it is believed, the measure will have
no little opposition.
Indians Receive Pay
Muskogee, Okla.—The goverhment
paying party making the equalization
payment to Cherokee allottees has
been out three weeks and ha3 paid
out 4,141 shares. There are yet 30,-
000 Indians to be paid, and at the
present rate it will take lour months
to complete the work. The pay
party has found that they can get
more full blooded Indians to come to
Tahlequah than any other point to
get their money, and a second pay.
inent will be made about Feb. 14th.
Work Is the grand cure for all the
maladies and miseries that ever beset
mankind—honest work, which you in-
tend getting done.—Thomas Carlyle.
ONLY (INK “BROMO Ot lNINF "
His Broad Charity.
Imogene—I know papa is cross and
surly sometimes and says things that
are unjust, but you should judge him,
Philip, by his best.
Philip—Oh, I do, dear. You’re his
There Is no conversation so agree
able as that of a man of integrity, who
hears without any intention to be-
tray, and speaks without any intention
The Modern Polonius.
"Pay your debts promptly, my son.
"All right, dad.”
“Then when opportunity knocks you
won t be afraid to go to the door.”
Before she is married to a man
woman always wants to think of him
ahn WJintR to think fOI* It 1 III
II ever ,uu wished for ahom* in California s<
tion. colonizing ami home-making
micppsh in irrigating 400,000 acre* in the 1 w
250 000 acres in the Hacramento \ alley, tseuu
‘“.X™! H. L. Hollister, I
Do it Now
1 I ™
rnu wisher! forahomeln CsllforafajMd for fw tnformatfan ttl^Atl-^g^ thelr Kr*a,
colonizing aiirt Fall^^m^Dt^^IU»ho,^th^K^mm^ajie^lrrl*»Uii^
. K, 205 LaSalle St., Chicago, 11L
I L FOR
over to Cure a
id in One
Can quickly be overcome by
new, and indigestion. They do their duty.
Snr.U PUL Small Doae. Small Price.
GENUINE must bear signature:
Tomorrow A. M. too late. Take
a CASCARET at bed time; get
up in the morning feeling fine and
dandy. No need for sickness
from over-eating and drink-
ing. They surely work while you
sleep and help nature help you.
Millions take them and keep well.
LRKT8 ioc a box for • week'*
lent, all druggist*. Biggest seller,
world. Million boxes a month*
"ASH FOR PROPERTY wherever I oca tad. 14
voii want to buy, wll or exchange write as.
BORTMWWTKRN BlNINKhH HI KMT, Mlonrapoll*, Ilaa.
"ASSSlSai Thompson’s Eyo Wltor
Oklahoma City, No. 6--1910,
lu the world.
W. N. U.
We would all write our names on
the scroll of fame but for the innum-
erable tribe of elbow joggers.
Clear white clothes are a Bign that the |
housekeeper uses Red Cross Ball Blue.
Large 2 oz. package, 5 cents.
It might improve the pound cake to
hit it with an ax.
Many who used to smoke 10c cigars srr non-
smoking Lewis’ Single Binder straight 5c.
A friend is merely a person we can
tell our troubles to.
PUTNAM - _________
To act with common sense, accord- :
ing to the moment is ihe best wisdom i
l know.—Horace Walpole.
will cure miwfn®* ?r?Hh«Sd.?uioneoftboM *tnl«-
Combination Wood and Wire Fence and Corn Cribs
_ *.’!_____... a.., unit economical fence made for yard, lawn.
Time cannot remove
from a grateful heart.
The most practical and economical fence made for yard, lawn,
garden orchard or stock. Sold in 75 and 8o-foot rolls and
painted with the celebrated "Monitor" paint. Easy to erect
and more durable than ordinary fences. Made in height* of
.three to sir feet of selected straight grained yellow pin*
pickets See your lumber dealer or write
THE HODGE FENCE & LUMBER CO.. Ltd., Lak* Chari**. L*.
You Look Prematurely Old
grizzly, gray hair.. Ua. “LX CRRQLE” HAIR RESTORER. PIUOE. #.X>0. retalL
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