The Oklahoma Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 29, 1916 Page: 5 of 8
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TTTE T/RAPER. 0FTTTR1K. OKI.A. TTIFRRDAV. .TrXF, 29.101fi.
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I'KHSONS l\ IHMIIIN
One of Interest to Our Readers.
Good news bears repeating, and
w hen it is confirmed after a lar.s
lapse of time, even if we hesitated to
believe it Ht first hearing, we feel se-
euro in accepting its truth now. The
following experience of a Guthrie
man is confirmed after two years.
A. (J. doff, IJ. S. deputy marshal,
213 East Vilas Ave, Guthrie, sa^s:
"I suffered terribly from kidney,
trouble, caused by constant horse-
back riding and exposure to all kinds
of weather. My back and loans
were intensely painful and 1 was
hardly ablo to hobble around. The
(kidney secretions were highly col
ored, scant and burned in passage. I
used all kinds of medicines in iry ef-
fort to get relief, but it was left for
Doan's Kidney Pills to bring the de-1
London, Juno 2*!.--Perhaps none sired results. They cured the* at-
outside his immediate family was *arIt anfl durinc the years which have
mere grief-stricken at the news ut "lnoe Pa*"Pd' 1 have h <l no serious
....... , . , return of the trouble "
Lord Kitcheners tragic death than .. ,-SKS l>0AVS OCCASION .W.MV
Qjieen Alexandra. The attentiveness MORE THAN' TWO YEARS LAT-
o.' the soldier to the Queen-Mother KR, Mr. Goff said: "Whenever
bad long been notable, and there was backache comes on me, as a result of with the rank of aviator at $ 1 r t* a
too much horse-back riding, I use uonth and allowances, which make
V >an'B Kidney Pills. They soon put a „ „al (0 about d yi.ar
. * in Rood sha|H>. . . ' . ... .
Price rftc. nt all dealers Don't Under the new biU ,he ttviali°n
simply ask for a kidney remedy—get section of the signal corps is much en-
noon's Kidney Pills—the same that largod and made more attractive, but
thetic in the lonely bachelorhood of Mr 1r,<?ff l,as twir0 Publicly recom- the probability is that within a year
men. ed. l oster-Milbum Co., Props , r two aviation section will be de-
Buffalo. N. Y.
tached from the signal corps and set
Up ag an independent corps and made
.in more attractive. Young men
FAT JOBS TO interested
a very strong bond of sympathy be.
tvuen these two, undoubtedly two of
the loneliest figures prominent in
Indeed there was something
torxt; wivroits \\\\
i;\H\ $150 \ MONTH
Fort Leavciworth, Kan. June Js
A fine opportunity tor young aviators
v.-co want steady employment Is open-
ol up by the new army bill. A pio
v.,-ion permits the appointment oi
Civilian aviators to the signal corps
in purity first
is what you
There are many
why—but try a
can and see for
the war secretary, wlio occasionally
to his intimates dropped remarks
bearing on his lack of home and near ——^
relations. Not a week passed during mi <hine gun lire followed them
tbe war in which he has not paid a their way back to the support "1,0 «et in on tl,e ground floor now
visit to Marlborough House, where ho trenches, taking a final toll; then the Rre likely to profit considerably when
would remain for long visits with British guns turned their tornado on tl,al change is made.
Queen Alexandra, and come away with the Germans in their new positions ^ *s s0 ^ar 88 ',a-v *8 ronrprntM'-
a long list of those combatants of and the support trenches blazed their aviation section is the elite corps
whom her friends had made special rifle fire into German charges. of ,hp army. The corps after July l!
inquiries. However pressing the de- Another officer in another farm consist of one colonel, one 1 en
nands of the campaign 011 the various house—this one from British Colum-
fp°nts, lie would always return with bia. lie is pleased with the coat he
in a few days with the desired Infor wore when he went through a curtain
ir.ation. I of fire.
Lord Kitchener had promised to be
the Queen-Mother's guest during the
coming summer at Sandrlngham. lie
A piece of shell had cut a big
rent und<|r tine arm without even
penetrating through his undershirt. i
'Some luck ,eh!" he said. "I had
tenant colonel, eight majors,
twenty-four captains, and 114 first
leutonants with enlisted men of var 1
ions grades who do the mechanical
and other work as well as learn to
operate the machines.
Each officer of this corps receives
j \r\\i si moors i\
>11 \l< o RE IM oki I
110 \l\o \ | < IIOO Mil
.< 1 t«
PRESIDENT WILL USE ARMED
f-URUE UNLESS CARRANZA
June 2S l'nless
Oldest Piano ffouse in tieMhsf
Pianos *2005'150 PlayerPianos •373v>S600
"Why you should buy now of us who arc
manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers.
First—The magnitude of our business enables vis to
place a price on our instruments that small dealers
cannot duplicate, quality considered.
Second -Our guarantee for 25 years is the strongest
offered and is backed by our entire resources of
$1,000,000.00 and by our 57 years of experience in
the piano business.
Third—Our easy payment plan, monthly, quarterly
or annually, mates it convenient to buy for people
of moderate incomes.
Fourth—Our direct Factory to Home selling plan
eliminates all dealers' profits and saves you over $100.
Write today for free illustrated catalog and special offer to first buyers In
your locality—it means dollars to you.
f SCHMOLLER k MUELLER PIANO COMPANY
Dept. C • ' 1311-13 Famam St., Omaha, Neb.
constantly had ladles to lunch at liis a huncl) lhat , W()ul|| th I an addition of per rent or his
seat In Kent, Broomo Hall, near €nn- an r)g|lt whf,n , 8||)r|r(|., (1 •> Junior military aviators will
terbury, on Sundays, and would show
tiem how be was developing his gard
in? and dilate to them on the beauties
of his china. Younger women wen-
His orders were to go up in rein-
forcement. He wen I. One shell struck
in ihe midst of a platoon and got
..... ., only one man. That was "some luck"
conspicuous by their absence at these .. r
.. .. ' loo. Men fell but the command went
the Ixird Jesus Christ and
lead you straight to glory.
Regular services this week
been announced. Tonight b
sure (o bring
times, the guests being chiefly peer
ebsea and experts on gardening as
well as the wives of men who had
served under him in various cam-
At York House, St. James' Palace,
ht gave a number of dinner parties
to men only, the military element he-
ll.? not alway* conspicuous at these,
lie liked doctors, though cared noth-
ing for actors or musicians. Several
o*' the higher clergy In London enjoy
ed his friendship and hospitality.
Ixird kitchener was personally well
known to he owners of many of the
more expensive curiosity shops in
London. He would bargain over pur
chasse, but did not possess the com-
mercial sense, and in the end would
a ways pa> a good price, usually on
his own initiative. The dealer gen
erally received a check the day after
0 per cent increase in thgir
pay. and military aviators, who must! n'ght so be
li .ve had three years' experience, re flowers you can.
ciived 7-". per cent addition to their Whe<f<tr announced la si night that
pav. the pay. however. I cing graded ; be expected to speak on the subject
upon that of the ne xt higher rank |r,f -UHl with her mouth open" Thurs
For instance, a second lieutenant, day night Americas greatest need
giaded as a military aviator, would This is the sermon in which he ban
1 eria nl> get il hot, said another of- draw a first lieutenant's pay and 7.*. ((i,,.s the question of amusements Fri
tiecr. ha eli company in the thick ,,r (.,,nj additional, or a first licuten-1 day night The unpardonable sin
ol it thinks for the time being lhat it ant holding Ihe same grade would t The Business College will march in
is lighting the whole war. Its easu draw captains' pay and 7"> per rent j * body led by Ihe principal, from the
college to the Wheeler tabernacle.
011 to the counter attack.
"Those who are in the thick of it
Carranza surrenders the twenty thro
American troopers held at Chihuahua
City before Wednesday night, Presi-
dent Wilson will go before congress
Thursday to ask for authority to
rescue them by force. Pending I heir
release the United States govern
ment will not consider any olfer of
mediation or arbitration.
No Intimation on Reply.
The State department had no inti-
mation Tuesday night as to when a
reply to I he note sent Suuday demand
ing immediate release of the soldiers
might be expected, it was delivered
Monday at 11 a. m. Special Agent
Rodgers has been unable to forocatn
the action of the de facto authorities.
Congress to Comply.
Prompt compliance by congress
with any request 1 lie President may
make as to Mexico was foreshadowed
by the calm which prevailed in
both bouses. Although measures
designed lo prepare for war were un
Her consideration and the corridors
of th<> capitol hummed with rumors
there was no excitement and discus
Bion of the subjei t on the floor was |tn|jans Retake Vnntaijc Points,
avoided. The legislative branch of I'arlf, June :'V The Austrian# iti
the government was plainly waiting t<> ||1( resion southaest of Trent are still
do ils part when what the- majority ruling hack before the advance of
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fi^nt today by the Italians who are
a>!./ancing like an avalanche. Three
mere towns were captured this morn
iny and many prisoners taken. Ger
r an troops sent to aid the Austrians
failed to stop the on rushing Italians
Another German Ship Gods Down.
Paris. June lis Another (Scrman
fh'p was sunk lu the North Sea yes
ti rday h> an allied torpedo. The crew
\ us saved. * S)
lo 1 back the Italians by a eoncen-
t "ited artillery and machine gun lire
but the Italians would not be denied.
On 11m• front in northern Russia the
Ctrmans have bombarded Russian
positions ami followed them up with
i -iiintr> attacks. Petrograd says that
all the attacks were put down by the
The official statement issued by
tin Russian war office places the
number of prisoners captured by flen-
cral Brussiloff's army between June
I and June 'at PJS.1'72 officers and
i..in The number of heavy guns,
mm bine guns and bomb throwers
reached more than one thousand.
l our (iorinan aircraft have been
1 rouuht down by Hrltish airmen :n
ia! ti; lit The Mrltlsh lost one
alty list looks pretty bad. Hut when additional,
you take the losses of a division as a
whole you are surprised at the small1
regarded as inevitable should come.
lOlisco Arredondo Mexican ambas-
sador designate said he had received
no intimation of the course his gov-
ernment intended to pursue and had
not even been advised of the receipt Viigc
of the American note. On bis own paks
II,•<linns who have recaptured nunier
(is important points of vantage.
The towns of Posina and Arslere
i ? in have fallen Into the hands of ,,a"- ,J
!!> • Italians while in the district of K'""'
Vtige and Hrenta rivers, numerous urban,
ml mountain positions have affair.
"No slackers wanted." if you're not
there, you will miss a treat. City
o'clock, Thursday. Oil, fair,
Is. farm demonstration, inter-
IJy the Indies. Not a "man
Hot ii sexes.
K £ :* y X k x * x x
responsibility however he sent to the
State department two eommuniea
COLD HA^G ON tions. One complains against Ihe en
forcenient of a general embargo on
delivery, the check being quite often information issued tod.i
i "The Chasm of Character." Luke
' It!:26. This message was a success-
Kansas City, Kan June 28.—June sion of warnings and admonitions to
will be a record breaking month in h.th saint and sinner. She pictured
Mid-Continent field, according to the gulf so plaily that one could al-
BAD 1 O HAVE
Pon't lot your cc!d "ians r-n. rnc'<
vour svstem and heeonie ehron'c
I.when Dr. Bell's Pine Tar-Honey will shipments to Mexico; the other recites
1 help yon It heals the Inilamiiia that Mexican citizens have been ar
Mrs. Wheeler yesterday afternoon t'on. soothes flic .'ouvh and loo-ens rested without cause in California
gave a stirring address to an at tent o'' ^ I * T'' H < • J r "*1 n ^ 'F a'r°l I en e v ^ *i < 'a i""1 Arizona. They warn Secretary
ive audience, taking for her subject ]aXative Tar Syrup, the pine tar bal Lansing that the present situation b
sant heals the raw ..pets, loosens tlte tween the two states can not fail to
■mucous and prevonts irritation or . „r.....,lv .,„L,r.lv..
the hronrhlal tube- .In I get a hot Kra l> aRKra^a
tie or Dr. BellY Pine-Tar Honev to "'rs' although tin
day. it's guaranteed to help
tnen retaken. I
The Austrians, a<-eording In the < '
Italian war oirice, vainly attempted to pod
oil n- I program is being map-
CHAIRMAN WHO PRESIDED AT ST. LOUIS
post-dated a month or two.
REAP HVFl L TOLL
ON WEST I IIOM
by Henry H. most see it. She said it exists here
Tucker, Jr., president of The i'ncle in this life only, it is not fixed now
Sam Oil Company, from • independ-
ent oil headquarters in this city.
1 Operations are characterized by
lu after death it is fix
W. () Uothe, (Lovell to Lottie B.
Miss Mack delivered a fine sermon lieep, Oklahoma City.
the same conditions as during May, to the people of the east side jester-} J W. Harris, J.~i, Oklahoma City to
li'ace M. Berry. Oklahoma City.
('ay afternoon at three o'clock.
when the greatest drilling activity ev-
er known resulted, though the wells
v ere. for the most part, isolated rath
er than congested, while the work cov-
ered wide areas.
The objective of producers is cen-
tered upon unearthing large poo'• Jo ai d all is coming our way but that
make up the subsidence at Cuslvn.', i is a different thing when all seems
They could not fire back at those now producing approximately forty to go against us.
guns thousands of yards away with |,pr (.pnt 0f j(R maximum output. l,f
their rifles. No one was showing his tp.deum seems pretty sure to reach
head in the German trench opposite, tLe "talismanic $2.0ft mark."
'CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE)
a good word to say anout the Ypres
salient except the peasants. The soil
And They Stuck.
"We had no orders to go," said the
officer. "We stink."
I>ast night Wheeler took his text
firm Acts. 16:81. "The Way or Sal
vation." lie first showed how nice
, it Is to live a christian life when
e\er.vthing is going smooth and easy
Floyd M. Ilarr, Oklahoma City lo
Anna Ryser, 28, Oklahoma City.
Will II. Ferguson, 27. Crescent, to
l.ucile Adams. Mulhall.
d by these mat-
sumes that local authorities, not the
State department were responsible for
Lansing Not Advised.
So far as is known the State depart
ment has not been advised of the de
tention of the Mexicans. It is an open
secret, however, that a practical em-
bargo on commerce between the
United Stairs and Mexico is being en-
forced effectively by customs and
army officers without Ihe authority
iof a formal proclamation.
Another Clash Reporter.
I Mexico City, June 2N. There has
been a clash between Mexicans and
northern Sonora, ac
Two Important producing fields,
which remain potential rather than
actual, are the new Jennings district,
o* the northerne xtension of Cushing
pool, and the Carter-Stephens- Grady
Garvin territory, or the northwestern
extension of Healdton. These fields
are very rich in promise, and based
upon Initiatory results, will yield vast
if a man leaned over a section of
parapet remaining to fire he and it
might be blown away by another shell.
The only thing to do was for each
man to find any kind of cover he
could in a fresh shell-hole if no para-
pet remained and wait. Messengers
in such instances be it the British or
German side, have one chance of five
In surviving if they try to go or come jreasuroR 0f 0j| an(j gas
from the rear.
Five hours of this! Then at 1:30 in
the afternoon orders to retreat, did
arrive. - <1*
That officer from Toronto gathered
the remnai.fs of his command under
the showers of shrapnel bullets and in
the midst of geysers from the high
explosives. Just as he was starting
the tornado suddenly ceased. This
meant the German infantry charge.
As the Canadians started taking what
cover they could in a half obliterated
communication trench they had a
glimpse over their shoulders of the
Germans arriving. ,German rifle and
Arrows From Wheelers Bow
(lod is not dealing out snaps
you. He wants men with character hilr's Tab
pud manhood ,muscle and brains tojwhere
II God was to hand out a bunch of
snaps they'd he ginger snaps and
mostly ginger too, believe me.
1 have no easy gospel to preach to
you. It takes all the manhood in you
p us the power of God to live a chris-
If you're looking for something easy
One of the most valuable leases he- just go with the devil, do nothing and
ing developed is the Postoak allot g(- to hell for your pay.
ment in the Red Fork district, with : Rome people praise God only when
nine consecutive successful wells, they feel like it.
four others drilling, and locations for Don't trust your feelings, they are
seven to follow. It 1° believed these as changeable as the seasons.
To The Public.
"I hav been usine Chamberlain's
Tablets f^r indigestion for the past
six months, and it affords me picas- Americans in «. .
ure to say I have never used a rem- mrding to a report received from
c !y that did me so much good " - Mrs.
Riley, lllion, N. Y Chamber
• ts are obtainable every
governor of Sonora.
No details were
tv.fnty wells will steadily produce up- The Lord is fixed and unehanse-
wt.rd of two thousand barrels a day. able. Serve Him with a determined
The Postoak allotment is owned bv m.nd and heart and a firm rosolu-
The Uncle Sam Oil Comnany. whlcii H^n.
DISTRIBUTION IS DELAYED
| Oklahoma City, June 28.—Work < '
sending pamphlets and vrguments
relative to measures that are to 'bo
submitted to the people at t'he pri-
j mary election is somewhat d« laved
in failure of the secretary of state
to receive lists of voters names from
| the county registrar. These pamph-
lets and arguments have bet n mail-
j ed to voters of only 11 counties, as
those nre all the counties sending in
! the lists irp to this time. It is possi-
hie that other counties will tbe
in within a f w days when the work
will be resumed
a so controls more than one thousand
aires of favorably-flocated area h'.
ment to It. 1 III!
TOWN AND STATE
No Decision Yet.
The judges on The Leader $■"•. Her-
cules have not as yet given a decision.
Bin Civic Dinner at City Hall.
Who's who's will be definitely set-
tled Thursday (tomorrow). Place,
city hall; time, 12 o'clock; subject,
dinner; object, boosting. In charge,
We never know how much imper
fection there is in us till God draws
v. through the fires of trial and temp
God wants gold tried in Ihe fire and
I'e will have nothing else
Don't try lo live to please men.
Tf all men spoke well of me I'd be
on mv knees asking God what Is the
matter with me.
If you half lived your religion Ihe
v or'd would be crying out "What
must I do to be saved
Never pin your faith to an even- '
erl.st's coat tail, he might lead you Bargain* In Leader. He Says.
a'-tray. ' Henley, farmer of near Mer-
Pome evangelists are so rotten and r < k is in Guthrie today shopping. I
corrupt and their lives so black that *v.\e been taking the Leader for many
thev would bake a black streak on a years and I want to renew,' he said,
piece of tar paper. j ' • find «ome good bargains in The
Pin your faith to God. Believe on Leader, that's why 1 am here.
"o* -el fnmrlaint* in ln<f'a.
In a io'ture at one of the Dos
Moines, hwa. churches a missionary
I from I * '1 ia told of going Into the in-
' t^rior of India, where he was taken
sick, that lie had a bottle of Cham-
j herlain's Colic, cholera and DiaT-
I on i Uomedv with him and believed
that it saved his life. This remedy
'-5 ns"d sueri ful!v in India both as
i pre entive and cure for cholera.
, You mav kno'v from this thai It can
•n defended upon for the milder
forms of ho vel complaint that occur
in this country. Obtainable every-
< i n: iu (.in s
ON HI S I KM I ION
or IJQI'OM (* \Ml
(CONTiriUfcU FROM PAGE ONE )
dertakes to suppress what it is fret-
to regard as a public evil, it may
adopt such measures having reason-
able relation to that end, as it may
deem necessary in order to make its
Mr Wheeler asserted that the bur-
den of pronouncement by the co :rt,
slate and federal, was against the
liquor traffic. Speaking on the suh-
jid. The Court's Part in the Solution
of the Saloon Problem," Mr. Wheeler
I "Federal laws prohibiting every
phase of the traffic doubtless will be
manufacture for sale of Intoxicating
"The court has done more than con
s( ue laws and establish rights It
has pointed the way to civic dutv.
Ft lightened citizenship cannot escape
th" logic of these decisions.
"In these days of sncoal for at-
r'otism and preparedness, let us lis
I t< r to the logic of the court. F'rst
I i 1 the liquor traffi". This will tafe-
c. nrd tne public health end ni >rnls.
ard protect the wealth and hanplness
of the people. It will insure the per-
1. Miity of a creat nation, a power or-
dained of Cod to advance civiliza
All in Line
Fvorv member of th
ii| held when our federal constitution < omine and every citizen of
is given jurisdiction over the sal" and I Guthrie should attend the big get
together dinner to lie given by the
women of Guthrie and Logan county
at City Ilall, Thursday noon, to raise
money toward paying for the Woman's
building at the Cimarron Valley fair.
You will be helping yourself by get-
ting one of the best dinners you have
bad for many a day, helping the town
and county by getting together with
•be other town and county boosters
and talking and planning for bet' r
things for Logan county and also help
the women get their building at the
fair, which will be a big thing for
them, the fair, and tbe eltv and
£X GOV MARTIN
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