The Lamont Record. (Lamont, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 2, 1910 Page: 2 of 8
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LIQUOR CASES DISPOSED OF
BOOTLEGGERS GIVEN SEVERE
JOLT—MUST BE GOOD.
Criminal Court Say* Appeala Must
Be Properly Made Here-
LEWIS’ "SINGLE BINDER."
A handmade cigar fresh from the
table, wrapped In foil, thus keeping
fresh until smoked. A fresh cigar
made of good tobacco is tho Ideal
smoke. The old, well cured tobaccos
used are so rich in quality that many
who formerly smoked 10c cigars now
smoko Lewis' Single Minder Straight
6c. Lewis' Single Minder costs the
dealer some more than other Dc cigars,
but tho higher price ennbles this fac-
tory to use extra quality tobacco.
There nre many imitations; don't ho
fooled. There Is no substitute! Toll
the dealer you want a Lewis ‘‘Single
GOOD AND WARM.
Chi!brie.—The woes of the gentle
bootlegger were considerably aggra-
vated when Justices Doyle and Rich-
ardson, of the criminal court of ap-
peals, cleaned the docket of sixteen
cases, some of theifi carrying sen-
tences somewhat appalling, with sim-
ple per curiam opinions affirming the
convictions of the lower courts, or dis-
missing the appeals, which has the
same effect as affirmation of sen-
| tenoe, because I he attorneys for the
bootleggers neglected to file briefs.
Tho court makes it plain that boot-
legging appeals must be properly tak-
i en and looked after in the future, or
1 else the convictions will be affirmed
! on the record.
Mob George of Coal county draws
seven months and $300 fine in the four
cases affirmed against him; Tom
Talley of Okfuskee county, four
months and a $300 fine; James La
Force of Caddo county, 108 days and
a $300 fine. Other cases affirmed are
- I as follows: Campbell George and
"Our little daughter, when three George McGinnis, both of Coal; Merry
months old, began to break out on the Stringer and Sam Smith, both of
head and we bad the best doctors to Grady; Mill Jones and John Ronner,
treat her. but they did not do her any both of Carter; Wm. Mlerholtz, Meek-
good. They said she bad eczema. Her ham; Deak Hokey, Pittsburg: James
scalp was a solid scale all over. The Horton, Lincoln; C. M. Nichols, Wag-
burning and itching was so severe that oner.
she could not rest, day or night. We : _
had about given up all hopes when we
read of the Cuticura Remedies. We at PrePare f°r Capital Vote,
once got a cake of Cutleura Soap, a Secretary Will Linn of the state
box of Cuticura Ointment and one hot- election board began sending out bal-
tle of Cuticura Resolvent, and fol- lots for the special election to be held
lowed directions carefully. After the June 11, at which time the capital re-
first dose of the Cuticura Resolvent, moval and railroad amendment prop-
we used the Cuticura Soap freely and osition will be voted upon. A total of
applied the Cuticura Ointment. Then 423,000 ballots were sent out, or 170,-
she began to improve rapidly and in 000 more than were distributed for
two weeks the scale came off her the last general election about two
head and new hair began to grow. In years ago.
a very short time she was well. She la The increased number is to cover
now sixteen years of age and a pic- the natural increase of voting popla-
ture of health. We used the Cuti- tion, and it is also expected that an
uiarly. and then w. could notTelUte ; i'ng"to’the’-wlSS»}S!d’,InielR.8<?i!i
had been affected by the disease. We questions to be voted upon. The bal-
used no other treatments after we lots are sent to the secretary of the
found out what the Cuticura Remedies election board of each county, and the
w ould do for her. J. Fish and Ella M. precinct inspectors must call for their
ish, Mt. \einon, Ky., Oct. 12, 1909.” quota of ballots at least four days be-
That State Spelling Bee.
Guthrie.—State Superintendent ft.
D. Cameron lias appointed a commit-
tee of ten county ftupenhtendentH to
take charge of*tin* arrangements for
the proposed state spelling contest, at
which a state champion will be se-
lected to represent Oklahoma In a
national contest at ihe N ft. A. meet-
ing. The committee is composed ui
H. G. Menncft of Hugo, Miss Meat!
Mradfleld of Pauls Valley, ('. M. Jacob-
son of Medford, Mrs. Mary I). Couch
of Oklahoma City, W E. Gill or Paw-
httska, J. T. Davis of Miami, L. E,
Christian of McAlester, M. M, Denman
of Guymon. T. H. Hubbard of Cordell
and Mrs. Sadie Zimmerman of Wood
ward. The committee lias been failed
to moot here In the neat' future, at
which time preliminary arrangements
will lie made. The contest will be
held in Guthrie, probably some time
First Office Boy—I hear your boss
made it hot for you yesterday.
Second Office Boy—Yes; he fired
BABY’S SCALP CRUSTED
Federal Building at Chickasha.
Chickasha. The senate at Washing-
ton passed the bill providing for the
erection or a federal building at Chlck-
asha at a cost of $173,000. When the
bill, "as called up Senator Galligher
of New Hampshire voiced opposition
when he declared that cities larger
than Chickasha were receiving muen
less money and In the connection
singled out ti city in his own state
which showed a population of 10,000
nt last census and for which only $90,-
000 was appropriated. Mr. Gore ex-
plained that the appropriation takes
into consideration the future as well
as the present growth of Chickasha,
whereupon the bill was adopted.
SURELY NO PLACE FOR HER
In the Presence of Such Magic There
Seemed But bne Thing for
Maid to Do.
Prof. Porcival Lowell, the eminent
Martian astronomer, said In a recent
Interview In New York:
"The Martian cntials urc not Pana-
nia canals. The word ‘canals,’ you
know, really menus ‘lines.’ It
shouldn't bo taken literally, ns the
servant girl lu Boston took the parlor
"An amateur magician In a Beacon
Rtreot house was going through his
I irks while a maid passed In and out
“The magician was reading letters
placed under n rug as the maid
brought in a tray of lemon Ices.
"’W'liat Ih this?' a spectator naked.
“ ‘That Is H,’ the magician an-
swered; and, sure enough, his answer
“The maid looked with astonish-
ment ut the letter which had been
hidden under the thick rug. She
turned her gaze on the handsome
young magician who hail read It.
Then, Retting down her tray of ices,
she bid her rosy face in her bands
and ran out of the room.
"‘What's the good o' me clothes?'
"Why—er—yes,” Miss Goodley ad-
mitted, "pet haps you did hear me tell-
ing the minister 1 was only twenty-
"Oh, I’m surprised!" exclaimed Miss
Gad diet, “and you a Sabbath school
"Hut," Miss Goodley protested, "the
minister has told ns it's always better
to understate a thing than to exag-
Such a Difference!
"Your daughter plays very sweetly
on the piano.”
“That's my wife playing."
“I know It."—Birmingham Age-
fore the election.
Probe Is Ordered.
In response to a query from Bank
Commissioner A. M. Young, Attorney
General Wpst forwarded the commis-
IF you I si: im.i. hi/ue. sioner an opinkm recommending that
Get Red Cross Ball Blue/ the best Ball if U apf)ear that the Phoenix Invest-
Blue. Large 2 oz. package only 5 cents, nient company of Oklahoma City had
tatotahK “TfT T iS “V ' 'nTbatirgirL?l|anI8Vw,tC
ures*on* having aCsteady°job. "eV°r -nntt ** be
* J I turned over to the county attorney
Guymon Is Sure of University.
Guymon.—That Guytnon will have a
univerity now goes without saving.
A. J. Welty has secured the signa-
tures of 24 of town's men to
checks in the sum of $100 each, which
secures the land offered and puts the
entire 100 acres in their hands to he
disposed of at their option. Some-
thing like 200 lots were subscribed for
but as the matter seemed difficult to
put through the original way planned,
hence the change. With the men
now backing the proposition it is no
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrnp.
Forchildrvn tpetbin*. Eoftsne the gums, reilurpjln-
Uamiuatlcm,allajr5P.iin,i:ureswind colic. 2i,ua untie.
Toii, says the proverb, is the sire of
at Oklahoma City.
Constipation causes and aggravates manv rertoni
£is«‘u.sf*>. Jt is thoroughly cured by l>r. Pierce»
Pleasant Pellets. The lav,rite family laxative-
Those who are untrue to themselves
are false to others.
Germania Gets License.
State Insurance Commissioner
Miles Lasater granted a state license
to the Germania Life Insurance com-
pany of New York, a company with
about $40,000,000 of business. The
Germania did a large business in Ok-
lahoma territory but withdrew at
STOCKERS & FEEDERS
Choice quality; reds and roans,
bought on orders. Tens of Thou-
sands to select from. Satisfaction
Guaranteed. Correspondence Invi-
ted. Ctme and Bee for yourself.
National Live Stock Com. Co.
Kansas City, Mo. St. Joseph, Mo. S. Omaha. Neb.
DAISY FLY KILLER
»ai, clean, ornamen-
l.v%tg All Keaton.
Made of uictai.caiiiiot
•pi'l or up nrer, vrilj
ii"t soil or injur** any-
thing. <»'j a rant *•*■■♦ .-f.
f«*c;iv*». Of all <|pfii<-rs
or i nt prepaid for20c.
IIa KOI.li Mini lift
160 llekaib Av«*.
Brooklyn, Mew let*
WANTED AX!) WOMEN for quickest
fVMli I UI selling household special ties on cam
Every woman buys on sight. Experience unneecs-
sary. (joid-, sell themselves. Write today
HKUbM.uisrtuun to., i«o t. am, st.,.Wl.rtug.
Railway Cases Continued.
The corporation commission post-
poned to*June 27 hearings on the pro-
posed class and commodity freight
rate orders, the switching rate order
and the order requiring railroad com-
panies to print the price on tickets.
Convention Is Called.
Guthrie.—Janies A Harris, chair-
man of the Republican state central
committee, has issued a call for a Re-
publican state convention, composed
of 700 delegates, to meet at Guthrie
June lfi, to frame a state platform
and to elect an entirely new state
committee, Including the chairman and
other officers. This is made neces-
sary by the discovery that all laws
providing for the selection of commit-
teemen at the primaries or at any
other time have now been repealed.
Dates For Teachers’ Institutes.
Guthrie—Teachers’ institutes will
he held during June and July at nine
state educational institutions and in
practically every county of the state.
State Superintendent E. D. Cameron
estimates that 8,000 teachers will lie
in attendance and that no other state
in the Cnion will offer as many oppor-
tunities to teachers for self-improve-
ment during the summer months as
will Oklahoma. State Institutes will
be held from June 6 to July 13.
At the Funeral.
“He has been not only a minister,
but an editor.”
"You don't say! Then h!s chances
of getting to heaven are even.”
"No, Ids chances of getting to
heaven are not quite so good. He was
an editor only a short time—not
enough to make It an even thing."—
$100 Reward, $100.
Th- n-fld'Ts of this pspor will he plawMol to loam
that there Is at least one dreaded disease that seienee
bas been able to cure In all Its staees, and that Is
Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive
cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh
belli* a constitutional disease, requires a constitu-
tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken In-
ternally. acting directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the
foundation of Ihe disease, and giving the patient
strength by building up the constitution and afclxt-
Init nature In doing Its work. The proprietors have
so much faith In Its curative powers that they offer
One Hundred Hollars for any rase that It falls to
cure. Send for list of testimonials
Address IT J. IIII. V ICY A CO.. ToUdo. O-
Boid by all Druggist*. Tie,
Take Had a Family Fills (or constipation.
Limit to Woman's Suffrage.
Women have obtained the right to
vote in Kraitl, a province of Austria.
They will be allowed to cast their
ballots in person and not by proxy.
There is. however, one limitation im-
posed on them. A special time of the
day has been allotted to them for the
exercise of this right.
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for
infants and children, and see that it
West Triest to Sell Oil.
In a letter to George D. Getty, Los
Angeles, Cal., Attorney General West
stated fhat he is trying to induce the
Waters-Pierce Oil and Gas company
to buy its oil in Oklahoma, at least to
the extent of the Oklahoma supply, an
arrangement which the attorney gen-
eral says would tend to greatly in-
crease the price of oil here. West also
explains how the Enid decision in the
Waters-Pierce case was a victory for
Fourth Suspect Is Arrested.
Guthrie.—Walter Sposs, the fourth
member of the quartette accused of
being involved in the robbery of about
fifty Bulgarian laborers near Stroud
two years ago, was arrested by Paw-
nee county officers. Cyrus Raspberry,
George Askins and George Lilly, the
other three men involved, have all
been convicted and given heavy sen-
In Use For Over 30 ’Years.
The Kind You Have Always Bought.
Not His Fault.
“I refuse to accept these photo
graphs," said an irate woman to u
photographer; "my husband looks like
"I can't help it, madam," replied
the photographer; "you chose him, 1
Reward for Allen.
Governor Haskell offered a $200 re-
ward for the apprehension of Norris
Hardy, for the murder of Denver Al-
len at McAlester, in 1908. A requisi-
tion was issued on the governor of
Missouri for the return of J. M. Berry,
under arrest in that state and wanted
for embezzlement in Pottawatomie
county. The governor also honored a
requisition from the governor of Ar-
kansas for Henry Thompson, wanted
for grand larceny in .Miller county
and under arrest at Ardmore.
Old Beaver Shows Farm Results.
Guthrie.—That farming can he suc-
cessfully undertaken in the Panhandle
section of Oklahoma is shown by the
1909 agricultural statistics received
from that part of the state recently
by the state board of agriculture.
J he total value of last, year's crops
was $186,053, as compared with $63,-
161 for the previous year. The pros-
pects this year are for a much larger
) ield in all crops. The report shows
that all the farms in what was former-
ly called "No .Man's Land" is being set-
tled lip Vapidly, there being 682 farms
in cultivation last year, as compared
with 1,050 the previous year with an
increased acreage of 50 per cent.
Last year's corn yield was 12,350
bushels, a gain of 3,840 bushels over
the 1908 crop. The 1909 wheat yield
was 11,809 bushels, as compared with
1,788 for the previous year. Last
year 101,364 bushels of milo maize
was raised, as comparen wun 20,349
bushels in 1908. The value of animals
sold for slaughter last year was $20,-
284, as compared with $8,122 for the
All Tired Out,
Do yen feel dull, occasionally—out of
sorts? Headaches and Dizziness? The
fault is either with your stomach or your
liver, i he safe, sure and easy way to get
rid of either trouble is to take NATURE'S
REMEDY. Take an NR Tablet to night—
it will sweeten the stomach and regulate
the liver, kidneys and bowels. Easy-sure
to act. Get a £,c Box The A. H. Lewis
.Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo.
Where a woman can get fooled on a
man is thinking that because she can
make his brains work wrong she can
also make them work right.
The success of a scheme depends
largely upon the man behind It
Contains double the nu-
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impurities so often found
in so-called fresh or raw
The use of titty's In-
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Libby’i Evaporated Milk is
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air tight until you need it.
Use Libby’s and tell
your friends how good
What Governor Oonoan, of lllliMlt*
Says About lift
ir Denebn. of IlllnoU, own. a b,
of land in Saskatchewan,
Canada. Ho ha* Mid is
“A* an Amerlaan I am
delighted to mo the re-
markable progress of
Western Canada. Oar
people are flocking arrow
the boundary In thou-
aanda, and I have not yet
met one who admitted
ho had made a mistake.
They ere all doing well.
There ia scarcely a com-
munity In the Middle or
Western Statee that hu
a representative in Manitoba.
Saskatchewan or Alberta!"
US Million Ntnholt tl
Wheat in IMS
,JE?e*tern Canada Held crop* for
1908 will anally yield to the farm-
er 817 0,000,600. OO in null.
r reeHomeatemUof inOurree,
and pre-emption, of 160 acre*
at 83.00 nn acre. Railway and
l^eod Companies have land for sale
at reasonable price*. Many farm-
er* have paid for their land out
of the proceed* of one crop.
Splendid climate, good school*,
excellent railway facllltlm, low
freight ratee, wood, water and
lumber easily obtained.
For pamphlet "Lout Beat Went."
particulars oe to suitable location
and low eeulem* rate, apply te
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Can., or to Canadian Gov't Agent.
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(0«e addrem nearest yon.) Jl)
after taking salts or cathartfo
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of your hands sweat—aud rotten
taste in your mouth — Cathartics
only move by sweating your bowels
—Do a lot of hurt—Try a CASCA*
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Dr. Pierce’s Favorite Prescription makes
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Mt establishes regularity, subdues Inflam.
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