Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 20, Ed. 1 Friday, February 3, 1911 Page: 3 of 8
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DactorsSaid He Would Die WESTERN CITY
A Friend's Advice Saves Liia
I wish to §pcak of the wonderful cur©
that I have received from your noted
ffwamp-Root, the great kidney and blad-
der cure. Last suramet I was taken with
severe pains in my back and sides. I
could not breathe without difficulty and
was nearly wild with the desire to urinate.
Was compelled to do bo every ten min-
otes with the passage of pure blood with
the urine. I tried all the different doc-
tors from far and near, but they said it
was no use to d<Tttor as I would die any-
way. I was at the end of my rope and
was so miserable with pain and the
thought that I must die that words can-
not tell how I felt. One day a frigid told
me of the wonderful help she had received
from Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root. She gave
me one of your pamuphlcts which I read
snd determined to try Swamp-Root. After
taking half a bottle I felt better. Have
now taken ten bottles and am well as I
ever was, thanks to Swamp-Root. I wigh
to tell all suffering people' that have kid-
ney, liver or bladder trouble, that Dr. lv.il-
roer's Swamp-Root is the best medicine on
All persons doubting this statement can
mite iO do and I will answer them di-
rectly. Yours very trulv,
CLYDE F. CAMERER,
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
23rd day of July, 1901).
VERNE TOWNE, Notary Public.
Dr. Kilmer * Co.
DlnRhtrnt N. T.
Prove What Swsmp-Root Will Do For You
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham-
ton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. It will
convince anyone. You will alsp receive
s booklet of valuable information, telling
til about the kidneys and bladder. When
writing, be sure and mention this paper.
For sale at all drug stores. Trice fifty-
cents and one-dollar.
FOR COUNTRY-WIDE EFFORT
Foes of Tuberculosis Have Plan to
Use Most Powerful Weapon
April 30 has been set aside this yeai
as "Tuberculosis Day," and will be ob-
served in 200,000 churches In the
country in a manner similar to that
of "Tuberculosis Sunday" in 1910,
when 40,000 sermons were preached
on the prevention of tuberculosis. In
the first official announcement of the
occasion, made by the National Asso-
ciation for the Study and Prevention
of Tuberculosis, the leaders of the
mevement state that they hope to en-
list all of the 33.000,000 (jfiurch mftn-
bers in the country.
In one respect Tuberculosis day will
differ from Tuberculosis Sunday of
1910. Instead of requesting .' the
churches to give to the tuberculosis
cause a special Sunday service, the
national association is going to ask
this year that meetings at which the
subject of tuberculosis and its pre-
vention can be discussed, bo held on
Sunday, April 30, or on any other day-
near that date, either in the week
preceding or the week following.
"What wo want," says Mr. Living-
ston Farrand, executive secretary of
the National Association for the Study
and Prevention of Tuberculosis, in a
report on this movement, "is to have
this whole subject of tuberculosis dis
cussed in all of the 200,000 churches
of the United States at as nearly the
same time as possible."
HOUSE FOR FRISCO FOR PANAMA
NO MONEY fOR IIS AID
Race Wat Exciting, and West Coast
City Gets the Republican
259 to 43 .
Washington.—The house of repre-
sentatives Tuesday by a vote of 1S8
to 19 decided in favor of San Fran-
cisco and against New Orleans as the
city in which an exposition to cele-
brate the opening of the Panama canal
in 1915 shall be held. This vote wag
taken on a roll call to determine
whether the San Francisco resolution
or the New Orleans bill should have
consideration in the house. On a final
vote the San Francisco resolution was
adopted by a vote of 259 to 43..
The advocates of San Francisco are
expecting Tuesday night that their
fight is won and that the senate will
ratify the action of the house.
San Francisco won by capturing the
republican vote in the house. New
Orleans support came from the demo-
crats. Only thirty republicans voted
for New Orleans. Thirty-six demo-
crats voted for San Francisco.
The San Francisco resolution does
not ask for government aid in any
form. It simply authorizes the presi-
dent of the United Stales to irtvite
foreign nations to participate in the
ROBIN TELLS BRIBE STORY
Banker Declares He Bribed One State
New Ygrk—Joseph G. Robin, alleged
wrecker of banks, must stand trial on
?ight indictments charging larceny in
the first degree. Although five alien-
ists testified that in their opinion lie
was crazy, a jury before Judge Swan
thought otherwise, and returned a ver-
dict of "sane," Tuesday.
On the stand Robin gave a ramb-
ling account of his affairs and beliefs,
ranging from.alleged attempts on his
life to a declaration that he had bribed
M. W. Hutchins, chief examiner of the
state banking department, to pass
upon securities covering tu«es held in
1907. by the Riverside branch of the
Northern bank of New York, one of
Robin's institutions. As' pjoof of his
statement he exhibited a check lor
$4,000 dated May 1, 1907, made pay-
able to Mr. lltttchins and endorsed
with what purported to be Hutchins'
Mr. Hutchins Tuesday declined to
oomment on a statement which he at-
ributed to a "crazy man" but Tuesday
night issued a written statement, giv-
ing his side of the case.
$3.50 RECIPE CORES
WEAK KIDNEYS, FREE
RELIEVES URINARY AND KIDNEY
TROUBLES, BACKACHE, STRAIN-
ING, SWELLING, ETC.
Stops Pain In the Bladder, Kidneys
"Wouldn't It ba nleo within a week or bo
to begin to say goodbye forever to the
•caldlng, 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 cramps; unnatural
■hort breath; sleeplessness and the de-
I have a recipe for these troubles that
you can depend on, and if you want to
make a QUICK RECOVERY, you ought
to write and get a copy of It. Many a
doctor would charge you $3.&0 Just for
writing this prescription, but I have It
and will bo glad to send It to you entire-
ly free. Just drop me a line liko this:
Dr. A. E. Robinson, K-2C4 Luck Building,
Detroit, Mich., and I will send it by re-
turn mall in a plain envelope. As you will
geo when you get It, this recipe contains
only pure, harmless remedies, but it has
great healing and pain-conquering power.
It will quickly show Its power once you
use It, so I think you had better see what
it is without delay. I will send you a
copy free—you can use It and cure your-
ielf at home.
| Guthrie, Okla.—Attorneys for for-
i mer Governor Charles N. Haskell
! Tuesday night gave notice of appeal
| to the circuit court of appeals in St.
Louis from the judgment rendered
I against him Tuesday by Judge John
H. Cotteral of the United States cir-
cuit court here for $42,000, eleven
I years' intefest amounting to about
$20,000, and costs, which bring the to-
tal .judgment to approximately $G9,000.
The principal represent# the amount
Btill alleged due from Haskell to the
Illinois Steel company on a loan to
Haskell in 1898 to promote the Lima
and Northern railroad in Ohio.
Knicker—Jones has a bad memory.
Rocker- His mother never knew
what were trumps, and his father
couldn't remember, anything on the
Duncan, Okla.—In the preliminary
trial wherein Deputy Sheriff Spenre
Kincannon was charged with the kill-
ing of a negro, Sherman Keith, Mon-
day, County Judge Admire fully exon-
erated the oflicer.
Bailey to Speak
Oklahoma-City.—A formal communi-
cation was received Tuesday from Sen-
ator J. W. Bailey of Texas, accepting
the invitation to address the Oklaho-
ma legislature in joint session. Sen-
ator Bailey stated that matters in con-
gress are now in such shape that he
could not yet set a definite date, but
that he certainly would be here before
the legislature adjourns.
Guthrie, Okla.—A jury Tuesday
night in the federal court returned a
verdict in favor of Charles Taylor of
Odc*!l, Neb., against the Santa Fe
Railway company for the death of hia
son, James Taylor, who was killed
uear Bliss, Okla., two years ago.
TO DRIVE OI'T !W A I.AIIIA
AND HI I I.I) I' TUT. SYSTEM
Tak« the (HI yt.uUu \ l.ltUV ICS TASTKI.KSU
CHILL TOMO. You know nhat you are uiklr.K.
The formula is plainly printed on every bottle,
fhowlng It is simply (,uiinlne and Iron in a t a sto-
ps s torui. Th<* Ouinln.i drives out tho miliaria
and the Iron Pi'ikls up the sysrtci. bold by uU
dealers for 2>0 years. I'rice MJ eenis.
There Is no surer way to friendship
than the honest and sincere apprecia-
tion of the good qualities and merits
of others.—Henry Lee.
IF YOU IJSK IIA 1,1, II I.I E,
Get Red Cross Hall Blue, the best Ball
Blue. Large 2 oz. package only 5 cenU.
No man ever knows how much he
misses when he loses a chance of giv-
Washington,—President Taft has de-
cided to appoint Judge (leorge E. Mar-
tin of Ihe court of common pleas of
Lancaster, Ohio, to tli< United States
court of customs appeals, to succeed
Judge William II. Hunt, who was mada
a m; tnher of the new court of com-
Election for New County
Oklahoma City.—Following a con-
ference Willi a delegation headed hy
ITeprt-seniative Dan I'< cry of Carnegie,
Governor Cruce Tuesday morning is-
sued a proclamation calling for an elec-
tion on the proposed Soger counly. The
election will to held March The
new county is to bo taken from Caddo,
Kiowa and Washita counties and will
have a population of 16,055 and a tax-
able area of more than 450 square
miles. It will be named in honor of
Colonel John Seger, who established
the first Indian school.
'Every Picture Tells a Story'
PAC- & THE PACKAGE sughtly «tOVJCCO
BURDENS LIFTED FROM BAD BACKS
WearjT is the back tliat bears the burden of kidney ills. There's no rest or peace for the man or
woman who has a bad back. The distress begins in early mornin?. You feel lame and not refreshed.
It's hard to get out of bed. It hurts to stoop to tie your shoes. All day the ache keeps up. Any sudden
movement sends sharp twinges through the back. It is torture to stoop and straighten. At night the suf-
ferer retires to toss and twist and grown. Backache is kidney ache—a throbbing, dull aching in the kid-
neys. Plasters or liniments won't do. You must get at the cause, inside.
DOAN'S KIDNEY PILLS CURE SICK KIDNEYS
GIVEN UP TO DIE.
Mrs. M. A. Jenkins, Quanah,
Tex., says: "I was bloated al-
most twice my natural size. I
had the best phy-
laa Bicians, but they
^8 failed to help me.
\ ^ For ®vo wce'ta 1
™ *■' was as ' helpless
as a baby. My
atid tho kidney
in terrible coii-
■ . ditlon. The doc-
tors held out no hope and I was
resigned to my fate. At this criti-
cal time, I began using Doan's
Kidney Pills and soon was cured:"
How To Tell When The Kid-
neys Are Disordered—
Painful Symptoms: Backache, sideache, pains
when stooping or lifting, sudden sharp twin-
ges, rheumatic pains', neuralgia, painful,
scanty or too frequent urination, dizzy spells,
Urin ary Symptoms: Discolored or cloudy
urine. -Urine that contains sediment. Urine
that stains the linen. Painful passages. R!<>od
or shreds in the urine. Let a bottle of the
morning urine stand for 24 hours. If it shows
a cloudy or fleecy settling, or a layer of line
grains, like brick dust, the kidneys arc proba-
A TRIAL FREE
Cut oat thiscoupnn, mail it to l'oster-Milburn
Co., Jfcuffnlo, N. V A free trial package of
Doan's Kidney Pills will bo mailed you
A CASE OF GRAVEL.
Harrison A. Sturtevant, G and
Maple Sts., Tulare, Cal., says: "I
was in bad ehapo with kidney
trouble. Too fre-
compelled mo to
urine at night, my
bladder In eatne in-
flated and I tiiif-
ferod severe pain.
When I li'tyian us-
ing Doan's Kidney
Tills 1 passi d a
gravel stone three
quarters of an inch and variegated
in color. After this my troublo
liw il/ S'San.-
Sold by all dealers. Price 5o cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo. N.Y., Proprietors.
THE USUAL RESULT.
PUTNAM FADELESS I>Ti
murooondi bristlier and (aster color, than «nj other d> . One 10c osckaoo color, all libers. Thm dwlii cold water better than sr.y ether <1 e. You can d;
BU garment without riopins IPVt Write lor Ires booklet-How 10 D«o,Ble cli and Mi* Colon. MOHROE DRUG OO., Qulncy. illlncls.
So Stockbug has been on the
street, has ho? What is he speculat-
"Just at present, I believe, ho is
speculating on how much longer he
will be on the street."
An Invariable Assumption.
"It must be dreadful to have any of
four relatives become involved In
"Yes," replied Miss Cayenne. "The
inly possible compensation is the ex
;ent to which it causes you to be Im-
mediately written about as a member
)f the most exclusive society."
In the Blood.
Willis—Are those Kentucky horses
you bought scared of autos?
Gillis—No, Indeed. They never no-
:ice a train either, but I can't get
them used to a sprinkling-cart to save
aiy life! — Puck.
In all its forms anions all aRes of horeefl,
is well as dogs, cured and otners in Mine
ital'le prevented from having the disease
n-ith H'OI I N"S DISTEMl'l'.lt ('IRK.
Every bottle guaranteed. Over GOO.IWO
Jottles sold last year $..~i0 and $1.00. Any
rood druggist, or send to manufacturers.
\(?ent« wnnkd. Spohn Medical Co., Spec.
Contagious Diseases, Goshen, lnd.
Painted While Asleep.
It Is the craze of the pretty ladles
of the Tiergartenstrasse's plutocrat
society to be painted while asleep,
writes a Berlin correspondent. The
Austrian Countess CzJvek started the
bright idea. The well known portrait-
ist who had given her an appointment
for the sitting has a vivacious habit
of making you wait. Tired of turning
over French novels In an antecham-
ber, the beautiful countess fell asleep.
At last the procrastinating artist turn-
Entranced by the unexpected vision
of sleeping beauty, he threw off a
lightning sketch and as the countess
(iWoke, held it beforo her astonished
eyes. The drawing was so dainty and
seductive that tho delighted sitter in-
sisted upon a complete oil portrait
painting while she simulated sleep.
"Every two weeks," writes Mrs. Lucy Cantrell, of Big
Sandy, Tenn., "I had to go to bed, and stay there several
days. I suffered untold misery. Nothing seemed to help
me until I tried Cardui, the woman's tonic. Although 1
had been afflicted with womanly weaknesses for seven
years, Cardui helped me more than anything else ever did.
It is surely the best tonic for wtJhien on earth."
Weakness is woman's most common trouble.
Catdui is woman's most reliable medicine, because it
overcomes that weakness, and renews the womanly strength.
Vagaries of Finance.
"I understand you have paid the
mortgage off your place."
"Yep," replied Farmer Corntossol.
"Then why do you complain of hard
"All the neighbors have done the
sa-jie thing. That leaves me with
money on my hands that nobody
wants to borrow."
Where Every Ear Is Stretched.
Knicker—They say listening is a
Docker—Ever live in a flat with a
Diphtheria, Quinsy and Tonsilitia lie^in
with sore throat. How much better to
cure a sore throat in a day or two tlmn to
j be in bed for weeka with Diphtheria.
-lust ketp llamlin.-i Wizard Oii in the
"Do you tell your wife everything
fou do while she is away?"
"No; the neighbors attend to that."
The Woman's Tonic
Cardui is a good remedy—for women. It does the
work. Made from purely vegetable ingredients, that act
gently on the womanly organs, Cardui brings strength in a
natural manner; it is pleasant and harmless to take, and
seems to go to the sick spot and coax it back to health.
In the past 50 years, Cardui has helped a million women.
It has relieved their aches and pains, and has mads
many miserable invalids well and happy.
Get a bottle today, at the nearest drug store, and be-
gin its use, for your troubles. It will help you.
The one who faces the world cheer-
fully will In tho long run accomplish
much with his life.—Punshion.
ONLY OM: "IIKOMO Ol'IMM'.'
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tfjiJ signature . r I . \« <. I!< A i , I .1 iLo \
over to Cure u CuiU lu Uno i uy. 25c.
I had rather be kissed hy an enemy
than wounded by a friend who enjoy-
ed the job.
Mrs. Wlnslow'a Soothing Syrnp for Children
teethltif?, Boftena the gums, reduces lnflmnma
lion, alluya pain, cures wind colic, 25e a bottle.
Be a live wire, but don't burn your
Ijov.is' Single Binder, Ft.raight 5c—many
smokers prefer them to 10c. cigars.
Mnnv mistake soft words for tender,
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