The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, October 5, 1917 Page: 2 of 8
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THE LEXINGTON LEADER
HUNDREDS HEAR NEWS OF THE
RER TESTlMMfl STATE CAPITAL
Mrs. Harris Grew So Despondent
She Gave Up Entirely,
OCTOBER 3 DRAFT QUOTA
IS ONLY TWENTY-FIVE
GAINED 35 POUNDS NEWS FI10.M STATE OFFICES
•1 Believe I've Told Fully Four Hun<
dred People In Person About
My Recovery on Tanlac,"
"T am not only n strong healthy
woman Instead of n nervous wreck like
I was before taking Tanlae, but I have
actually gulned thirty-live pounds In
weight besides," said Mrs. Emma Har-
ris, wlibse husband Is In the transfer
business and who resides at 5811 Hei-
fer slreet, Dallas, Texas.
"My health had been gradually fall-
ing for several months," she continued.
"I Just hud to force down every mouth-
ful I ute and I fell off until 1 weighed
hardly more than n hundred pounds.
I wns tormented by bolls and eruptions
all over my body and suffered agonies
from rheumatism that made my bones
ache like they would break In '<wo.
My nerves were In such a state It wits
C Imply Impossible for mo to get any
leep and I felt so downhearted and
hopeless that I Just gave up entirely
and took to my bed.
"One day a friend told me about
Tanlac and advised me to try It. I
sent for a bottle nnd by the time I
had tused up half of It my appetite re-
turned and " was soon up and about
and able tor take up my housework
again. ?at anything I want now, my
food gives me strength, my blood has
cleared up, my rheumatism Is gone
and I suffer no pains, I sleep like a
child and feel fresh nnd line when I
wake up. i believe I've told fully four
hundred people In person, about my
recovery on Tanlac."
There Is a Tanlac dealer In your
What He Wished.
Titles of books are confusing to
fliose who study them, and even more
so to the parents who have to buy
them. A few days ago the Greencas-
tle public, schools opened, and S. C.
Bayers of the store of Sayers & Ham-
ilton, was stunned for a few minutes
when a school patron asked for
"Physic and Health and a Compound
Arithmetic." He thought for a min-
ute and handed the woman a "Physi-
ology and HeiilHj and a Complete
What the State Officials and Depart
ments Are Doing—Items of In-
terest About the Stat#
Oklahoma Bent 3,980 selected men
to the training camps October 3. Thlis
is 25 per cent of the state's quota,
plus 90 men left over from the last
It was Intended at first to send 40
per cent of the state's quota October
3, but Adjt. Gen. Ancel lOarp received
a message from Provost Marshal Gen
eral Crowder directing him to cut the
quota down 15 per cent and not to
tend any negroes, as was Intended at
Oklahoma City will send more men
October 3 than in any previous detach-
ment, 179 in all having been called.
The men are divided among the Okla
homa City districts as follows: No. 1,
37; No. 2, 73; No. 3, 69. From Okla-
homa county, 64 men will go.
Tho number called from each din
trlct for the October 3 quota follows
Adair, H: Alfalfa, 69: Atoka, «: leaver,
65: Beckham, 73; Haine, 73: Bryan, 54:
Caddo, No. 1. 2N. Caddo, No 21, 53; cana-
dian. 40; Carter, 87: Cherokee, 20; ( hoc-
taw, 9; Cimarron, 0; Cleveland. S3; Coal,
.',7; Comanche, 0, Cotton, 27; Creek. No
1, 101; Creek, No. 2, 29; Crali-r. 0; Custer.
5S; Delaware, 0: Dewey, 50; Ellis, 4S; Oar-
' neill, fil: Garvin, 0; Grady. No. 1. Iv
Crndy, No. 2, 31; (Irani, <52: Greer, 7;.;
Harmon. 60; Harper, 0; Haskell, 0:
Hughes, 36; Jackson, 61; Jefferson, 2,;
Johnston, t'.r,; Kay, 141: Klnittlsher. 12;
Kiowa, 127: La'imer, I.eKore, Llneoln,
129; lxiK.'in, 31; l.ovc, 47; Major, May#.,
0 McClain, 51; McCurtain, 0; McIntosh.
I Marshall, 17; Muskogee, 0; Muskogee
I <i-lt.v>. No. 1. Muskogee (city). No. 2. 0:
Murray, 0; Noble, 71 Nowata, 0; Osage.
34; Ottawa. No. 1, 139, and No. 2. 141:
Okfuskee, 30; nlunulK'M-, 122. Oklahoma,
Nu. 1, 26; Okuhoma, No. 2. 3S; Oklahoma
city. No. 1, 37: Oklahoma City, No. 2,
73; Oklahoma City, No. 3, 69; Pawnee,
77 Payne, 196; Pittsburg, No. I. 0; Pitts-
bun,', No. 2. 0. Pontotoc, 137; Pottawat-
omie, 124; Pushmataha, 0; Uoger Mills,
60 Rogers 74; Sequoyah, 0; Semlnol
23; Stephens, 44; Texas, 0; Tillman, 131:
Tulsa, 134; Tulsa, city, 101: Wagoner, "
Washington, 28; Washita. 123; Woods,
Voodward, 70. Total, 3,980.
With the Fingers!
Says Corns Lift Out
Without Any Pain
Sore corns, hard corns, soft corns or
any kind of u corn can shortly be
lifted right out with tlie lingers If you
will apply on the corn a few drops of
freeziuie, says n Cincinnati authority.
At little cost one can get a small bot-
tle of frcezone ut any drug store, which
will positively rid one's feet of every
corn or callus without pain or sore* pharmacists, as follows:
Pharmacists Take State Examination
At the regular quarterly meeting of
the Oklahoma state board of phar
rnacy for the examination of candi-
dates for certificates as registered
pharmacists was held at the capltol.
A class of twenty-seven for the regu-
lar registered pharmacist examination
anij ten for the assistant pharmacist
examination took the examination:
Out of the class of twenty-seven for
the regular registered pharmacist's
examination eleven made grades en
j titling them to certificates as register-
I ed pharmacists, as folows:
William H. Gray, Ermond; Fred C.
Ilopkin, Cement; C. E. stanley, Chatta-
nooga. R. C. Love'aee, Byars; M \\.
Phillips, Supply; Boyd williams. Stigler,
K i, Gregory, Muskogee; William S.
'Pool, Duke, M. P. Winters. Stringtown;
W. '/. Neal, Wetumka; lluiph M. Wlll-
: hour, Tulsa.
Out of the class of ten for the ex-
j animation as assistant pharmacists.
' nine made grades entitling them to
! certificates as assistant registered
ness or the danger of Infection.
This new flrug Is an ether compound,
and dries the moment it is applied and
does not Inflame or even Irritate the
surrounding skin. Just think! You
can lift off your corns nnd calluses
now without a bit of pain or soreness.
If your druggist hasn't frcezone he can
easily get a small bottle for you from
his wholesale drug house.—adv.
Much amusement was caused In the
house of commons by the oftlclal ad-
mission that "by a regietnble clerical
error" the national service depart-
ment bad notified the speaker that
they proposed to transfer him to
new employment al Wolverhampton at
alKiut ot\e dollar lu'r day. with a week-
ly war bonus of a little more than a
dollur "on the ground that such em-
ployment was deemed of greater nti-
tlotial Importance lima that on which
he was uow engaged."
STOP. THAT HACKING COUGH.
Mansfield (formerly Hungarian)
Oough Balsam heals the Inflamed and
lacerated membranes ami qulels the
tickling nerves that lie underneath the
Infected portions. Invaluable for ba-
bies. Price 25c und 50c.—Adv.
Need to Be Nagged.
If we were a woman and had to
live with some men we know we'd ung
John 1*. Bishop, Carrier; Walter Cor-
liss, Oakwood; I'. 1.. Huddleston, Kona-
wa; Charles 10. Putnam, Poeassett; Julius
S. Wells, Yarnaby, John 11. Brooks, Nar-
din; A. L,. Dougan, Gate; Levi P. Murray,
Milfay; Jamea A. Pryor, Avard
The following named persons were
granted registration by reciprocal ex-
change from other states:
William C. Alston, Checotah; S. S. Ca-
sey, tirontenae, Kan.. C W. Uprdner.
Okmulgee; l.loyd M, Guthrie, Kenelick;
| II, \\ Sterling, Duenvveg, Mo.; William
! P Brown, Muskogee; Thomas C Carlos*.
Hoffman; S. G. Gary, Blackwell: r\ 11-
I Miller, Wirt; Charles K. Wells, Kayatte-
Camp Bowie.—Things have been up-
set in a grand reorganization plan
which is being put Into effect in order
that the 36th division may bo made
ready to take the field. The First
Oklahoma infantry will be no more
after October 1, according to informa-
tion at this camp. Instead It will bo
a part of the 142nd Infantry, 36th di-
vision, army of the United States.
Thus will pass from state identity the
only Infantry unit sent from Oklahoma
to take part in the trench lighting in |
The First Oklahoma will be consol j
idated with the south Texas infantry j
according to the plans announced, and j
the two will go to make up one of tho j
new regiments with a total strength j
of more than 3,700 men, almost double j
the strength of an infantry regiment j
under the present organization.
Another change which is contem- ■
plated and which is of the utmost im- j
portance to the regiment Is the fact j
that It will be taken out of the 61st
depot brigade, commanded by Brig
Ceneral Roy Hoffman, and placed In |
the 71st infantry brigade commanded j
by Brig. Gen. Henry Hutchings.
In the same brigade with the Okla-
homuns are the First and Second Tex-
as infantry regiments, which will be |
consolidated in a similar manner In J
other brigades and the entire camp is (
upset from one end to the other.
The First Oklahoma machine gun
company is to bo separated entirely |
from the balance of the regiment, go-
ing to make one of the four machine
gun units In the 131st machine gun
battalion attached to headquarters of
the 361 h division. Other machine gun
units in this battalion will be the com-
pany from the third ana fourth Texas
Attached to the 71st Infantry brigade
of which the Oklahoma infantry is to
be a part, will be the 132nd machine
gun battalion formed of three machine
gun companies with the First Texas
machine gun company as a nucleus.
The four engineer units from Okla-
>ma are among the few that will suf-
fer no change in the new arrangement.
They will remain one battalion of the
llltli engineers of which four com-
panies of Texas engineers form the
other battalion,' completing the regi-
Perhaps the hardest blow of all fell
to tho lot of the First separate squad-
ron of Oklahoma cavalry, commanded
by Major Donald R. Bonfoey. The
four troops making up this squadrsn
will be transformed into the 111th am-
munition train. The moibr section of
this train is to be skeletonized frdm
the ejitlj-e division, mechanics, drivers
and others being selected at random.
Practically no change comes to the
fc'irst Oklahoma Held hospital company
other than ;the loss of its name. In the
future, after October 1, it will be the
144th Held hospital company
After the consolidation program has
been carried out and it is found that
there are still vacancies Tn tho ranks
of the enlisted men necessary to com-
plete the division, men will be called
here from the draft camps to fill up.
An effort Is being made as far as
possible to keep the men of Oklahoma
In companies together and to have the
same officers with the companies they
organized. In spite all of this, how-
ever, there will be a large number of
officers, especially captains and ma-
jors. and a few lieutenant-colonels,
who will have to be transferred to
Under the new arrangement General
Hoffman will be without an organiza-
tion in the depot brigade and It is
likely that many of those extra officers
will be taken to make up the commis-
sioned personnel of thrs tirlgado The
exact arrangement for the regiments
hnd the companies as well as the of-
ficers who will be attached to this or
that command has not been worked
out but Is expected to be complete
some time before the end of the week.
Calomel Salivates! It Makes You Sick and You Lose a Day's Work—Dodson's
Liver Tone Acts Better Than Calomel and Is Harmless for
Men, Women, Children—Read Guarantee!
Every druggist here, yes! your druggist and
everybody's druggist has noticed a great falling-
off in the sale of calomel. They all give the
same reason. Dodson's Liver Tone is taking its
"Calomel is dangerous and people know it while
Dodson's Liver Tone is safe and gives better re-
sults," said a prominent local druggist. Dodson's
Liver Tone is personally guaranteed by every
druggist. A large family-sized bottle costs only 50
cents and if you find it doesn't take the place of
dangerous, salivating calomel you have only to ask
for your money back.
Dodson's Liver Tone is a pleasant-tasting, pure-
ly vegetable remedy, harmless to both children
and adults. Take a spoonful at night and wake up
feeling fine, no sick headache, biliousness, ague,
sour stomach or clogged bowels. Dodson's Liver
Tone doesn't gripe or cause inconvenience all next
day like calomel.
Take a dose of calomel tonight and tomorrow
you will feel sick, weak and nauseated. Don't lose
a day's work I
Dodson's Liver Tone is real liver medicine.
You'll know it next morning because you will
wake up with your head clear, your liver active,
bowels clean, breath sweet and stomach regulated.
You will feel cheerful and full of vigor and ready
for a hard day's work.
You can eat anything afterwards without risk
of salivating yourself or your children.
Get a -bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone and try it
on my guarantee. You'll never again put a dose
of nasty, dangerous calomel into your stomach. Adv.
An Ambitious Collegian.
She—Are you a freshman?
He (confused)—I try to be.—Bruno-
How's This ?
We offer $100.00 for any case of catarrh
that cannot be cured by HALI.'S CA-
TARRH MEDICINE. HALL'S CATARRH
MEDICINE Is taken internally and acts
through tho Blood on the Mucous Bur-
" ices of tho System.
Sold by druggists for over forty years.
Price 76c. Testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
A Big Man.
"Her husband Is a big man In the
"That so? A producer?"
"No. Bouncer In a downtown bur-
"Don't you like hot water In the
"Not when I'm In It."
A Wise Orang-Outang.
Prof. William T. Hornaday. the
noted animal preceptor, cites this In-
stance of ape sagacity:
"I once became quite chummy with
an untrained, caged, menagerie orang-
outang by the name of Dohong. lie
was a son of the jungle and intensely
concerned In matters that came Into
his. narrow life. All that he learned
outside of his Inherited Instincts he
leiirned himself. His cage contained
a number of horizontal bars attached
to brackets on which he took consid-
erable solemn exercise. One day he
concluded that the bars ought to come
down. Bracing his feet against the
solid wall of the cage, he pulled every
bar from Its fastening and flung It on
the floor. Larger bars were substi-
tuted. which the ape vainly tried to
remove. After straining bis back In
this futile effort, he Walked up and
down In his cage and was apparently
Intently studying the situation. Event-
ually he procured the crossbar of Ills
trapeze and using It for a lever, he
not only pried every horizontal bar
from Its brackets, but he likewise
pried the Iron bars of his cage apart
so that he could stick his head
through the opening and sntlsfy his
curiosity regarding his neighbor In the
A NEGLECTED COLD
Is often followed by pneumonia. Be-
fore it is too late take Laxative Quint-
dine Tablets. Gives prompt relief in
cases of Coughs, Colds, La Grippe and
Headache. Price 25c.—Adv.
Compliments of the Day.
Soldiers have to do their own mend-
ing, when it is done at all, and it ap-
pears—although few persons would
haye guessed It—that the thoughtful
war office supplies them with outfits
for that purpose. Otherwise, this Joke
would be Impossible.
Everything was ready for kit In-
spection ; the recruits stood lined up
ready for the officer, and the officer
had bis bad temper all complete. He
marched up and down the line, grimly
eyeing each man's bundle of needles
and soft soap, and then he singled out
Private Mac-Tootle as the man who
was to receive his attentions.
"Toothbrush?" he roared.
"Huh! You're all right, apparently,"
growled the officer. Then he barked,
"O, very well, thank you," said the
recruit, amiably; "how's yours?
Journal of the American Medical As-
Adruco Barbed Wire
A Lost Cause.
The man who would rather be
ular than right usually
vvlnds tip by
Big Well Ordered Plugged.
A well in Kay county Which ha.i
been producing from 10,00;000 to 25,
000,000 cubic feet of gas arid 26 bar i
rols of oil each day, was ordered to be
plugged and kept closed by the state
The well is on the land of A. G.
Barrett. The oil rights are held by
the Duluth and Oklahoma OH Com-
pany and the gas rights by the black-
well Oil and tias Company.
The oil and gas conservation agents
of the commission asserted that both
oil and gas was coming from the well
in such a way that the gas could not
be saved. Enough gas was being
waBted each day from the one well to
| supply Oklahoma City, It was pointed
! out In the commission's order.
Some time ago the Blackwell well
was Investigated by the commission's
oil and gas agents and an order was
; issued calculated to mako possible the
separation of the oil and gas, but in
practice the molhod outlined by the
commission was found Impractical,
j The well was drilled at a cost of
New Map Shows Oil Development.
! A map twenty five feet wide and)
"What did Bill do when you told him
you wanted him to dance at the ger-
"He took French leave."
you going to fight or
A woman's Idea of economy Is to
have her husband waste $3 worth of
time puttLng up a ten-cent shelf. '
"Little of both, suh," replied Eras-
tus PInkley. "I's glneter git my chick-
en coop well populated an' den I's
glneter hang right over It wlf a shot-
DOBBIN HAS A DAY DREAM
Faithful Old Horse Will Have Regular
Thrill When He Casts Off
When the automobile and the tin
Lizzie shall at last have relegated the
"hoss" to the limbo of things obsolete,
will the noble animal degenerate and
hark bnck to his ancestral type, or
will he simply disappear like the dodo?
asks "Zlm" in Cartoons magazine.
It has taketr a lot of time and pa-
tience to develop Dobbin from the
primitive models such as the hydraco-
therfum. the pachynolophus and the
eohippus, to make him "whoa," back
and "gitap" and take his meals out of
a nosebag. In the process of civiliza-
tion he has gradually lost his toes and
has had to accommodate his feet to
the horseshoe. Does he still dream
perhaps of the delights of having toes
—of sinking them down Into the green
sqush of the tertiary era and feeling
the cool goo trickle up between them I
If so, how glad he will be some dny
to look down nnd see his long-forgotten
toes beginning to sprout once again!
His will be the thrill of the small boy
on the first warm day of spring when
he can cast off his shoes and go bare-
When the "hoss" discovers for the
first time that he can again wiggle
his toes, he will doubtless radiate a
smile of solid comfort.
Quite Appropriate Motion.
"Thrones are rocking these days."
"Quite right, too. A rocking throne
Is the cradle of liberty."
Huntlhg Mishaps To Court Martial.
An epidemic of Minting accidents it.'
which the vctms snigularly have been
men.called to servce under the select-
ive d(aft, has resulted In Adjutant j
Goner.il Ancel Earp recommemllng,th9 i
holding of courts-martial for three of
the mpn. He has directed that they
be senjt to Camp Travis under the
guard of deputy sheriffs.
One of the men'Is from Hhorokee
country. He shot bne of his toes off
alter being called to service. Another,
a Canadian county man, after, being
called to report for duty, went on a ■
hunting trip and shot himself through
A thrd man reported with a toe |
missing, having lost it a tew days be- j
fore In a hunting accident. The physi- I
clan who attended lnm asserted that
the man must have had his shoe off
when the shot was fired, as povvde.
burns were noticeable.
A man from Garvin county has been j
sent to Camp Travis with Instructions J
that he be court-martialed. He has a :
severely crushed foot which was
caused by being run over by a train.
Twenty Cent Gas Rate Denied.
Tho stale corporation commission
thirty feet long has been installed In j denied an apllcatlon for the Consum-
the office of Art L. Walker, chief ot ers' Gas Company for a 20 cent rate
the state oil and gas conservation
bureau. It shows the oil and gas de-
velopment of the state minutely, tak
in the Mid-Continent field and
for gas furnished the Vinita Gas Com-!
pany, the distributing company at J
Vinita, and fixed the rate at 15 cents, j
The Consumers' Gas Company Is al-
showing all of tho oil and gas leases j lied with the Quapaw Gas Company I
In Oklahoma, except the Healdton I which in turn is controlled by the j
field. Walker says Iho map Is the ilonry L. Dohert.v interests. A num-
largest one in the stale. In order to her of northeast Oklahoma towns,
get it Installed In the state conserva- among them Miami, Bluejacket,
t|on bureau's office. It was necessary i Wann and Welch, are served by the j
•o rinse one entrance tu the office | Consumers' Company.
Eat More Corn!
When you eat corn instead of wheat you are saving for the
boys in France.
Corn is an admirable cool weather food.
Whether or not you like corn bread, corn muffins, "Johnny
Cake", or corn pone, you are sure to like
The newest wrinkle in corn foods—crisp, bubbled flakes of
white corn—a substantial food dish with an alluring smack—
and costs but a trifle.
Make Po$t Toasties Your War Cereal
"It has been a remarkable summer."
"Yes. I don't recall a summer that
has given people so many things tp
talk about besides the climate."
A weak mind Is like a microscope,
which magnifies trifling things but
cannot perceive great ones.
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