The Herald-Sentinel. (Cordell, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 5, 1911 Page: 8 of 16
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S3.50 RECIPE CURES
WEAK KIDNEYS, FREE
RELIEVES URINARY AND KIDNEY
TROUBLES, BACKACHE, 8TRAIN-
ING, SWELLING, ETC.
SANK ORDER8 ARE ISSUED
REBEL FORCES ARE DEFEATED
Uniform* System of Bookkeeping Mutt
Bo Installed in Nationals
the forced liquidation of the Quanah
National bank of Quanah, Tex., ten
da? ago, caused the comptroller of
Jke currency Thursday to Issue an or-
der directing every one of the 7,200
national banka in the United States
to Install what practically amounts to
a uniform system of bookkeeping.
Investigation disclosed that the
bank had been doing business for the
last two years, although undoubtedly
insolvent, and although Inspected at
negular intervals by national bank ex-
aminers. Within that time the exam-
iners were'unable to learn the bank’s
trne condition, largely because the
management refused to keep a proper
record of its business transactions.
It also showed that the entire capital
ef $50,000, and probably some of the
$$8,000 surplus, was paid out to stock-
holders as dividends.
In a statement Comptroller Murray
sara his examiners were hoodwinked
for two years by the way the bank
handled its notes.
"Within these two years,” the comp-
troller says, "the bank carried com-
paratively little ‘past due* paper, all
«f the notea having the appearance
ef having been probptly paid or re-
newed. The bank had no discount
neglster and the various earing ac-
■ousts were kept in such a manner
aa to make It practically Impossible to
"By this method of accounting the
bank, without detection by the exam
iaer, had doubtful and worthless notes
renewed with the interest added to
the note at the time of renewal. This
interest on worthless paper had noi
been collected and was credited to
some one of the earning accounts, and
aa the dividends were regularly paid
«hls resulted in paying the capital eut
to shareholders as dividends.”
Mai Paisa, Revolutionist Stronghold,
Falls Before Federal Troops
Mexico City—Mai Paiso, said to have
been the stronghold of the revolution-
ists in the state of Chihuahua, was
captured Thursday by the federal
forces, according to telegrams receiv-
ed late at night by government offi-
The officials told the Associated
Press correspondent that as soon as
troops under General Luque Joined
those of General Navarro near Peder-
nales Thursday, plans were made to
advance upon the position held by the
rebels. In accordance a reoonnolter-
ing party under General Gordillo Es-
cudero of about 100 men, was sent in
the morning to locate the position of
The troops advanced toward Ma!
Paiso and were fired upon from the
sides of the canyon by the revolu-
tionists. Colonel Escudero ordered his
to advance upon their position
Stop* Pain In the Bladder, Kidneys
Wouldn’t It be nice within a week or so
to begin to aay goodbye forever to the
scalding, dribbling, straining, or too fre-
quent passage of urine; the forehead and
the back-of-the-head aches; the stitches
and pains in the back; the growing mus-
cle weakness; spots before the eyes; yel-
low skin; sluggish bowels; swollen eye-
lids or ankles; leg crampe; unnatural
short breath; sleeplessness and the de-
I have a recipe for these troubles that
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It will quickly show its power ones you
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self at home.
and after a sharp skirmish the revolu-
tionists fled, leaving the pass in the
possession of the federal forces.
No details of the casualties were
given in official dispatches, but it is
thought several on both Bides were
The federal troops are now engaged
In repairing the tracks of the North
western railroad and the telegraph
lines which have been out of call for
The messages reporting the capture
of Mai Paiso came direct from that
point to Mexico City.
Officials here said the taking of Mai
Paiso was a death blow to the insur-
gents as that point had always been
considered the strongest possible po-
sition that they held, and by its cap
ture the government would be able to
supply its forces operating toward
Ciudad Guerrero. It is believed the
next encounter will occur at Guerrero.
GOT THE BEST OF THE ELDER
Apt Quotation of Brer Reuben 8av«d
His Mule and at the 8am« Tims
Elder Harris was making another
attempt to Induce one of the members
of his flock to trade horses with him.
"Pat peny o* your'n. Brer Reuben,"
he said, "Is jes’ what I want, an' my
big hay hoes Is Jes' what yo’ want. I
kin git ovpr de grcun* faster wid de
pony, an* you kin haul a bigger load
wld de boss, lilt’d Ik a good trade fur
bofe on us, 'ceptln' dat It'd be a leetle
better fuh you dan It would fur me.
Yo take de bay and give me de
“De pony suits me well ’nough, el-
der,” averred Brother Reuben, for the
twenti th time. ”1 den’ keer t’ make
“But I jes* natchelly got t’ have dat
ponv, Brer Reuben."
‘‘E’dcr." spoke the other, after a
period of profound thought. “I been
wantin’ t* ast yo’ a question for a long
"Well, what is it?”
"I know w’at one o’ de 'postles save
’bout de law bein’ done away with, but
ain’t we still livin' undah de ten com-
"Brer Reuben," solemnly averred
Elder Harris, ”we air.”
“Well, one of dem coraman’ments
says we mustn’t covet anyt'lng w’at
b’longs t’ our neighbors, an’ you’re cov-
etin’ dat ll’l chestnut sor’l pony o'
mine, Erer Harris!”
Then the elder gave it up. Clearly
the tenth commandment was against
ALCOHOL-3 PER CENT
AWfttoblc Preparation for As-
similating (he Food and Regula-
ting Ihe Stomachs and Bowels of
I N’t AN IS ? OhILUKI N
Vlnita Firm Gets Contract
Dennison, Tex.—Announcement If
made here Monday that the contract
has been let to Roberts and McSpad
den, of Vinita, Okla., for the comple
Mon of the $250,000 road contract lr
the pennison precinct. This contract
wan abandoned by the original con
tractor, Dennis McNerney, of Musko
gee, Okla., after work to the extent of
$10,000 had been done. The present
eon tractors expect to complete the
work in twenty months, although they
are allowed two years. The new con-
tractors will begin work January 2.
Assassin Shoots 8ulphur Banker
8ulhpru, Okla.—J. D. Anderson, one
•f Sulphur’s richest men, Interested ir
one of the Sulphur banks, was shot and
seriously wounded by an unknown as
saseln about 10 o’clock Monday night.
The shots were fired through a window
and struck Anderson in the back
Battle Expected at Cardoba
Mexico City.—A special received
Thursday night by the Mexican Herdld
from Cordoba, state of Vera Cruz,
aald an attack on that city was ex-
pected before morning. The telegram
stated that aa armed body of men,
numbering about one hundred, at
tacked and took San Felipe de la Pun-
ta and Omealca, two mountain towns,
daring the day. According to the dis-
patch the government office was looted
and arms were taken from private
Nsw Hoad of Province Has Big Job
Spokane, Wash.—Rev. Father James
Rockliff, of Spokane, appointed recent-
ly as head of the California province
to All the vacancy caused by the death
of Rev. Father Herman J. Goller, pro-
vincial, has'the largest jurisdiction In
the gift of the Jesuit order. His erri-
ory extends from the Pacific coast to
he Dakota Minnesota line and from
Alaska to Mexico.
Stranger—My lad, I’m looking for A
Mr. John Smith—”
Kid—I’m Mr. John Smith.
BABY’S HAIR ALL CAME OUT
"When my first baby was six
months old be broke out on his bead
with little bumps. They would dry
up and leave a scale. Then it would
break out again and it spread all over
his head. All the hair came out and
his head was Bcaly all over. Then bis
lace broke out all over in red bumps
and it kept spreading until it was on
hlB hands and arms. I bought several
boxes of ointment, gave him blood
medicine, and had two doctors to treat
him, hut he got worse all the time, lie
had it about six months when a friend
told me about Culicura. 1 sent and
got a bottle of Cuticura Resolvent, a
cake of Cuticura Soap and a box of
Cuticura Ointment In three days
after using them he began to improve.
Ho began to take long naps and to
stop scratching his beau. After taking
two bottles of Resolvent, two boxes of
Ointment and three cakes of Soap he
was sound and well, and never bad
any breaking out of any kind. His
hair came out in little curls all over
his bead. I don’t think anything else
would have cured him except Cuticifra.
"I have bought Cuticura Ointment
and Soap several times since to use
for cuts and sores and have never
known them to fail to cure what I put
them on. I think Cuticura is a great
remedy and would advise any one to
use it. Cuticura Soap is the best that
I have ever used for toilet purposes."
(Signed) Mrs. F. E. Hannon. R. F. D.
2, Atoka, Tenn., Sept. 10. 1910.
Ended the Controversy.
On the steeple of an old Universal-
is church in Eath, Me., there is a
wooden figure of an augei. It is not
a remarkably fine specimen of art. and
has always been somewhat laughed
about, especially because of Its high-
heeled shoes. The Bath Enquirer re-
calls the story that a former pastor of
the North Congregational church once
accosted a devotfd Universallst with
the question: “Mr. Raymond, did you
ever see an angel with high-heeled
shoes on its feet?” “Why, no,” an-
swered Mr. Raymond, ”1 can’t Bay that
I ever did; but did you ever see one
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8eats of the Mighty.
"Have you investigated
charges against Biggun yet?”
the intimate friend.
"Not yet," answered the
guished statesman who was a mem-
ber of the investigating committee.
“All we have done is to hold an in-
formal meeting and decide that he
A Discouraging View.
“We must investigate this affair,*
said the rural official.
"What’s the use?” responded Farm
er Corntossel. “I never saw an inves-
tigation that changed anybody’s per-
sonal likes and oislikes.”
Caa quickly U owes— by
—act turdy as '
More Riots in Garment Strike
Chicago.—Riots of the striking gar-
ment worker* which ceased the week
before Christmas, were resumed Wed-
nesday. Five hundred strikers, most
ef them women and girls, braved
snowstorm, marched to the tailoring
■bop of Hildebrand * Company, and
shattered molt of the windows. The
eries of the women were added to the
■boats of the men that the non-union
employes of the place come out and
Join in the strike. A riot call brought
several wagon loads of policemen, who
rushed the strikers.
Flight Made Over Mount
Los Angeles.—Arch Hoxsey of Pas-
adena, Cal., holder of the present
world's altitude record of 11,474 feet,
Thursday flew over Mount Wilson, the
highest peak of the mountain range
which rims the valley in which Los
Angeles, Pasadena and the towns of
the orange belt lie. Under ideal
weather conditions he soared 10,005
feet into the sky and cleared the crest
of Mountain Wilson with 4,200 feet
to spare. _
Oil Men Debate st Tulsa
Tulsa, Okla.—Fify prominent oil and | gone the rounds of the
gas producers from Cljelsea, Nowata,
Muskogee, Bartlesville, Okmulgee, In-
dependence and Coffeyville, attended
a special board of directors’ meeting
of the Oklahoma Oil and Gas Produ-
cers’ Association to discuss matters ef
state and national legislation.
Dlaaatroua Fir* Sweeps Canadian
(Ira at Canadian Friday destroyed prop-
trty valued at $12,000, including teh
Odd Fellows’ hall, the Belt company’s
sash and door warehouse, a hardware
store, a barber shop. Origin of the lire
We're All Her Friends.
A pretty story of Miss Ellen Terry
and a gallant young playwright has
Miss Terry attend'd in New York
the first night of this playwright’s
latest work and at the end of the
third act he was presented to her.
She congratulated him warmly.
”It is very good." she said. ”Yonr
play is very good. Indeed, and I shall
send all my American friends to see
In that case,” said the playwright,
with a very low and courtly bow. “my
little piece will sell 90.000.000 tickets.”
TO DRIVE OCT MALARIA
Ainu SULD ir THE SYSTEM
Take the Oil Standard ubuVBti TAsTbLfcv.1
(MILL TOMO. You know what you are tating.
Tire formula I« plainly printed on erery butiie.
•bowing it U simply yninme and Iron in a taste-
less lortn. The Quinine drives ont the malaria
and the Iron bnllds op the system. Sold by a-J
dealers lor X years. Price 60 cenu.
“I think that chauffeur had great
nerve to make love to his employer’s
"So he had—motor nerve.”
GOOD HOrSEK REFERS.
Use the best. That’s why they buy Red
Cross Ball Blue. At leading grocers 5 cents.
The test of piety comes not In the
pews but in the press of dally life.
"Me madder t'ougbt id bet cap’n of
“You missed it. eh?"
“Yep; I became a major general of
Fate—Did you call?
Opportunity—Yes, but she sent
word by her servant she wasn’t in.—
A Sounding Nome.
"Who Is that girl in furs who seems
to be the big scream?’’
“She? Oh, she’s our sleigh belle"
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The Patient Townsmen.
So you got to work in spite of the J
Yea. But I don’t see why the city I
(oiks should not follow the example of
|» Rfftflon From 0ns Big Mins
Spoken*, Wash.—Mighty iMUIor-dol-
lars’ worfk of lead sad silver has been
nkw from Werdaer Hill In the Coeur
d’Alene district of northern Idaho, 128
mils* Cast of hers, sloe# the beginning
of systematic development work. *c-
wttfng to Stanley A. Eaton, manager
ef the Banker Hill end SqHhran mine,
who fM? De statement in Spokane
Tuesday. The grace output of the dip
trim from 1888 to dote ft eetfmated at
Fire Work of Incendiary
Philadelphia, Pa.—Fourteen firemen
and policemen, according to the latest I country people and put up
count, are known to have been killed, j ^ g,^ roads.'
and more than forty Injured bo severe-
ly that they are in hospitals aa the
result of the collapse early Thursday
of the walla of the burning five-story
factory of Dayld Friedlander.
Every Man Should Fence His Yard
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The Ice-bound" nils. Kill cont.ln I C*"'
.J bod „t Charles Edlmab. »h. |. [ dab. HI Jaeb™. S»- Wto, K-a
known to be dead, and possibly the
bodies of several other firemen, who
are reported missing.
William Glazier, who was held fast
in the ruins for more than thirteen
hoars, I* fa a hospital suffsrin from
pneumonia, but physicians have hopes
of saving his life.
- Planed beneath an immense iron
girder, Glazier exhibited great forti-
tude and endurance. When ho was
found *My*. held down-by tons of
debris, physicians wanted to ampu-
tate hi* legs to remove him. Ha pro-
tested. salng, "HI get out ell right
and In plenty of tl»o. What good
would 1 be without mj legal
“Do you know why we can this day
‘‘Maybe it’s because so muck blue-
tof is used.”—Judge.
How can n man come to know him-
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It la right to he contented with what
wo have, but never with what wo are.
—Sir James Mackintosh.
No oao can measure the fortune of t
the etas who leave* many friends.
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Gunsenhouser, M. H. The Herald-Sentinel. (Cordell, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 5, 1911, newspaper, January 5, 1911; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1041898/m1/8/: accessed March 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.