The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 35, No. 112, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 12, 1910 Page: 6 of 8
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TnF usATvrcn. nnTinuE okla.. wi;i)Xi:si)AV oomnKi? 12. inio
v.I 'v!uautti!ii (o .
Among the Women
i a - f?. t.v.. .' .? -r.-
& tj uz 'V. i'.- -V.
1 nn i
HLrtfi I mcl
Ry Barbara BiyJ
M r.iy '! 1'itle w.iimlyirl is facing
' il i rtiiHT vv j -1 f it I eyes ;t problem
vi n U'Ji li;r inexperience doesn't know I
liow 1() miIv: Sll" Stands alum? ill
r ft titnl nil t !. ylirf girLs -Ida;
lug or she siis at her desk pre-.
Xendirg to study but hungrily wateh-J
f 1!u! fim RoUig OH.. Slii comes"'1
"titid pt;c's wilH scarcely a ve;eomiu: j
ird Jiom icr schoolmates certainly i
-wil .4 . of tin- ecstatic greet'iii j
M'- !i ir . ut3 of the '-girts locicvo. -.
t-Uif wants ti bo in it 'wiili the pi tin. 1
but she doesn't k:to bow to .;.:oiit- i
! H.-di this. U is -nil the harder if she I
conies trout a heme where she bits
reliniotl ti";n in the "hearts pf her
father e;j.! -'mother. Slio c.Tn nut. uu-
.IcciDutd why in this new a: il she
i tint accorded the same place.
'It'i-4 a problem H will flo the little
neiioojgi i a jot of good to solve.
H 'S.-ti lesson of as much value to
her as any she will g!;au from t ie
blip' she tunics ur.diT her arm
bo must iirovij liciwor'ui !i lii'n
liowiwdnd. In the how she is l.vt't
l)ict.jsi' she U win bhe U. Site is
hiWil i: f.ii:.' or her fault.-. In the
n-luxd-wotid the ui'.it!: be .IKeable tn
lit? iili?4 If rh succeedH til imikinft
her !niirt'.snio!i here wile w ill suececd
whea hhe -(X's out into the liii'ser
world beyotid the scho.) putC'. Kvei)
it .-ho f.iils in innliiK the reurt ot.
her .FChoelinateH her very faihir;' may
iic ij lier to sitteceis later. If uses
it as she biiuu'd.'
It in indeed ;i bi;? and a rUu: yuvh-
lent facing many a t.hioit;irl jiwt
mow. 1'arents eau help jiiuch to solve
he irobleni happily. If they reeog-
nize hew much more tliere !s to a
Kiri'a school l)f than the mere ' tud-
ies they can by sympathetic hitere.-i
itiij counsel help many a Kirt to win
tuo place he longs for in her sehool-
'. villi her
int an at.-
oelji the jrirl who is
it-bsor. it fiteu JiiK-N-
tiMnle. ef nl(. toward the clrl u-h.t
!;eir. ar n It Li ivitfi dresx vu.4 0.1
a !-l:e other;. ..
It i.m'i always e-..!v 'for -a .!r to
lo ' tMese tliluss. Moral 'tirveiiKlh
e;.niea My with' hard fousht. batihy.
f.ut even In school dny. u beKiniKiijj
in be in.ide to t:iKe o:;e' own sliui.l
:.;id to li jld .li. to be true to one's
.onvic(!o;is ret;ardle-d of Hie kiIh-h
or liiiiiiJy exprcsst'd op'nionfi of the
o-her tfru. Ant! t how frank and
!'ow won are the opi-iions of
fir!u.e! ivvh How tli'. ir words ami
art o:i i o cut sometimes-
Little by little even the Kye.st girl
ea: thus makf her impiession: at
lift by a k'udly act here n bright
no.-d-moni.is; tneto. u sup.serttlon to
some ismab proun necdlns a leader.
In time this tells. nm beiore nhe
kens it sac hr.o a ho.?t of triends.
The itrlKJol'-oom wakts u;i kimio day
t i f nd t;mt they all like hor. and to
ncj lain) her the popular girl ;f her
c'as. .And tills is the popul.n l:y ton.
tin i. nsj.. bound each R'.ri
U; her by fouio real tie ar.1 some of
the friendships thus formed may
I ri.igl ten tiJ(. svhole of Per alter life
11AKIIAUA riOVU. "
i . .'V: A
Catarrh . Cannot be Cured
with LOCAL AITLR'ATJOXS as they
cannot reach the seat of the dieae.
Catarrh i.j a blood or constitutional!
disease (li!d in order to cure it you
must take inte rnal remedies. Hull's '
Caianh Care is taken internally and!
acts directly on the blood and mucous!
surfaccR. Hall's Catarrh Cure k not
a q;i.;-li niodielne. It wtw prescribed
by one of the best physicians hi this
country for years an 1 is a reirnlnr.
It Is com nosed nf the
mates' hearts ami thus to so on to bwt tonics known combined with the
u.t iarser u;id with confidence be-1 heat blocd purifiers acting directly on
cause so far she has been a success. ' the unnous surfaces. The perfect
" To be enc with her schoolmates. ' ee.-.Mn itlon cf the two ingredient.) is
b Klrl must enter into their i'Jti'K -its. J " hut produces such wonderful re
hue iiinKt coniribuie ner -reire notn mi.is in curing catarrh. Send for tea-
to upholdiuK the cood name of the
class by being a good sfudent. and
to the fun that is RoinR. Girls are
ho full of life so bubbling over with
iiigh. spirits that as a rule the most
ui iiieui care more lor a -.good tlnie
than they do for their lesson. The
girl who provides good times in the.
"way ct tii'4-reHint; oilv iraifies "trr
jc-ceiS or" by lavltUi uv g.rls to
hn home arcr htliuui or by getting
u: .ioliiik-atioiis of same kind is apt
1o be poimi.tr. Hut If this is all she
dues it wi.l net be a popularity tiiat
lasU. or that is widespread. Paivuts.
tu time will ebject. srfcoolmates v. lit
be forbid n to her lionie and she
will defe-it the very end she aim
"i'he ptrl flho asilrc.i to bo a favor-
ite nin a be a good sr. cleat o that
the i .:iher fiirls will admire her and
)n proud that she 1"? onus to their
clas.;. Hut fhe mil' 'n't be priggish
or conceited ahou'. it. She
entrr-with as niuen zest into
: i tiif 'Uffils lire.
New York. (r. i Wif'tt'tl doubt
!.he most. Imporut'it Catiio!'-; prelate
that -.as vi;-:lU-d tin; I'nlt.'l iUale
In ' recent years ii Cavtii'tal V.itiiiii-
i ! who eon sec -a ted the KI. i'at-
r;ek's ratliedi ;:I in this dry rt.'c:uly.
raidina! Vauiuttelli mueh taller than;
ai: average niun wa3 alt Imposing.
U-ui-e ft all t'e events called 'in his
I o"er and when ho reaches Home.
I considerable interest will be taken;
jin his report to t':e pop as well as
I the consistory of the saerc l college .
wH-h E3 been called for l.it.:r in the
me Questions For pitt3bgrg.Xa.An. ..ear - - . -- i
A M'';idi''rtK''fn 'WUh-lrwicict)' if No--Vvt'x
and Newpcrf nre liiterested and
tll.ell.u'l lliem Jiie !-oi;lal i'.et.S of the
re.it of tile (Oiiinry .! th:l of Alias
iieiie Slo niiaii Who vil) ni.tily L;lw-u:ii'i-
). ii'lV'pie iiilj ililrniion at
the 'Newpoi". h.illli' of he (illlaT All.
Wiliiaui Walls Sherman . .'lie-
ol lim li'-hlt' I'- til It'll I. lee most tif
which wa--t worn U InV moijier ni H"i'
mvii weifdiii'. li Mts m.n.e In 111..
corniry and t 'aid to b" Die iiw.-t
Ml liable wcddMlg gotyn linvlny; i-.'M.
fai nun liial. was cut worn by bride
in this ft; ti it t ry . The' Sin -rniaji lwi;s
as 'he ;ti'rs are called .ilttt.njjih the;
ate not twin j are known in llils come
iry and abroad as verj beuiiiiful Am-(-hail
gir :!. IWdh the young women
a e expert whips mid lai:t Die o:t I
in ai'. -ports.
i When Buying Vegetables.
An old housekeeper warns ymn
I hnuseki-epers not to buy vegctab'.ej
t that have had the tops removed.
These Im !ni? withered betray Die age
of ihe vegetable - tiie man removes
III' in. A ik for thc.se that lime fresh
green tuns at'd the vegetal) e. will be
wi.ii c.o.iiU. Housewives should
'.renilter Dia' sour.' vc;xeta'ile boiled
in eohl water will leave their juices In
tne Water. The valuable sails are
int:.-; not used at all but are throw. i
out in the w oiie wn'.t r. .
' E rxk Wdl Be Much Worn.
j 'Hit re are sii to be sj many fam-
illtis in i.ii.urning inls yar Lia. in 1-
lim r in ever the counliy have niaile
a .-;ee..iUt.v of tit. tirriiig h.ii in-t'teir
oiiie..- l::.m I'r.iis. L'ack wili bo lite
i intist ' I. sltlonable crnor. if il r-.ti l.'C
' ral (d a col r for hau- t;u n or
! t cn ft r l.t si; v. Ivt aiv ii'jt unlvi'iit..'
a'i enoiitii t j iia-.e 'o wen auniriiii 8.
; Will Orfjsnue Cammiiteo.
i Mis Ki.te . tioiiitn ot Ne.v O -
l-ans. who 0;jfj ::;! the I''' I c'.'ib of
tliiit city nas been .elected to
i7.e I tie ntii'ii ' i.n-e ef the IV.H
aaia expt.s.t on lu case it s '.r.ii ; be
held fa Xcw Orl'-.'.ns. 'I in- pri'.-o.
di'i'.iiii-.e jind v-a tV -v itcm ol t..e eily
which will make il immeao fro n yel-
low fever It it ho'cd ii clue ti h'-r
- !f. rts.
d renin lil Missotn'l;
The Cfiends of the Coy ''
Cliristlne 'I'erlitine llerrlck ttnggests
liiiit dioys litt al.owed to bring their
l i b nils lioine to meals one ooy at a
lime perhaps; .If tliere are several
1 . ..-In ihe fdnlily; th n cacli may
lui.e iiis I urn ilringiig f ft'iend iioino.
Tlicie Ii no beiier way to get. Into the
':!! fidt nee ol your hay than by know-
ing. I Is ffhrd . A cordlitl welcome
atid liien'y in eat Is all the boy guest
wants mid he will not. be at all crUi-
.ej.''J 'V' hev yesiiert and your boy
wlii )c'7'"'l and h"a"py-in entertain-
fHEVEV & CO.. Prop?. Toledo 1
l y Prugs'sts' price 75 cents.
Halls Family PU:S for con-
A. J. Nnc1' Wiiies a comprehensive
rer.ume of tie recent revelations of
erart in Pitt -burg for De. ().ober
American Magazine. His article is
particularly interesting as he was
losdy cmine-ted with the publb'.
spiiiied men who undertiKik th-- work
of coiIcciig evidenee. Air. Nork. at
the closy of his article puis the fol-
liwing fpieslinis win.. 'i lie sas Die
awakened cilt.ens of Pittsbing
ixvinning to ;:sk mie auolher:
"Is any amount of tariff in tiled ion
"IT BEATS ALL."
This is tpioied from a letter of M.
Sicckwell Hannibal Mo. "1 recently
u.-ed Fo'ey's IJaney and Tar for the
f ist time. To say that I pleaded does
not h df express my feelings. It beats
ail tii" reined ie.j 1 ever used. I eon-
Ir.ieted n bail cold and was threatened
with pneumonia. The first dose gave
1Vi great relief ai d one bottle completely
emeu me. I onian;: no opiat.es. j.
M'rll' having nt a
Dalz'H o'lver. and
llllIRt 1 i.. I rjlv ninclil
their j ! If tvnrth hiivitur ltn
tin- --.-.is n- .'ire ui.us uiiu tura si'"i-bucl ci! conditions
ie--. ihe must be alive all over. She viihlji
must be honnaoie and straight and I v8 it w'-orth. having at the
rivai! in nit tier ueaiiugs wnn uer ; a induslrlal civilietion
i nuu.s. i ntier it an. must. ih joiin-1 ...aiiii
' I.I.. lit. ...tl I
I Lee Cruce will rperJ
tctouer IS at 8 p. m.
A Ne Experience. '
II seems to nave been .Die -proper
thing to report being robbed Dii 1 pas':
summer at the resells in the Ha-t or
rn board the s't r.iners Tlita seems
to be a new idea of profusion:) h to j
board steiiiners and d" Dudr rabb it!;
but ho wdo they get on Iraird when j
Dice who have a .Iglit in be Dure
find it :o dilfieult? j
Not to be Daunted. t
IYince--s PolgoiuM still i Spec's to!
;;et un aer'li pilot's' licen e iililriinh
she bad it fall Die. other day imi d'Mis ;
picked U)) hi the J'ttlos of her m uo-plai.-e.
Site was not ns ll'igblein'ii
i litis'- who niw her fall. iinl dec u res
that as Hon sis '. can get i maehiiie
ciie will try It again.
Made Some Exci'lemont.
Home of Die women at tin: prison
coagh'ss Die oilier day almost prerl
li.iei a discus-loll of the siitfra:;c
ipaeKtUin by demanding that the woids
"male an. I lemnle be used liefore the
v.(;id iadgc In rcfeiring to the head.i'
j r.f ddiiitpictit c-urK. Mfs. Kiln Flux!
Mmiic funcinteilent of the ciiin.
ltd' t'libaga. stld that she disliked Lie
! words 'male a. d female" and did not
1 st c way '.ley uilnht not say men and
An. Kr;; I lima u speaks of the "ghast
1 t iimniipeteiice of women" as houne-
i.tept-.s urging it a an excuse for
i Ids l ick of desire to marry on the part
of Ihe men.' Some of the unmarried
. men sre no dount tpiile as "ghastly"
j j. the liritsa is kept by the man as
'well as Die w'omar and certain du'les
! wl: f h I e'nag to the men find them
i-u i . bit as I icompetciit as those
iwhith la'l (.; Die wcman' share
I The Folllci of Kings.
! Whin- cr heard of a woman with a
ihrc ae Ij'-ing It berar-e of some man's
I .'. rp: ii v in r to d i foolish things? It
! Kve nad been 'a' Die hcud of Die bouse
' leM In i'arit Use t')(. ;1u l A drill wru .1
' rever h.ii' bi-en d-iven out of it. it
i Is a ; liy tjitt'i ti Ann1 ie. could : or. have
'ktp; fir ti rone ot Portugal until her
i an i learned illscreiio:i if it liiul taken
! I:i.:i : I Irs life to i.T.rn it.
! Try the Apple Curj.
j ihe W. 0 T. I' in Chicago lias
I stnttrd on a eauipaWn in behalf of ap-
ple eating having been -inspired to il
by' Lie tb-c ara'ii.n cf an Iowa physi-
cian that apple- are a sure cure for
:' unVdncss. All Dm is neee-tsary
is to eat .'in appie evt ry time you want
a d"!rk ho i-jvs to the man possessed
of' the tltltk mania. The apple is
good for ai. sorts of people as well its
The Daily Fashion Hint.
j-'f-nic one a that the "diekie" is
c ii'.ing ' bn li again 'hat stiff cl.eijf
isK'.te cf linen that always hsiked so
nice. I lit butt s i terribly. Tint Toby
ft i Is are to be laid Upon the shelt
Ill's niaU'i- aiKi hilt iiei'kwear lo rule
- d the oni per.-tiii-t who w ill be glad
lho-e wills scratt uy necks.
ii" km p ti I . .
da'. on of kliidUuess a wil ingt;ess to
ns exist in
of the kind
THE VALUE OF A MORTGAGE
Frpert Mcdiol Sclintists Announce
Etsrthnq Fnr.v'.3 Obtained by 6enpin.
New Yu.k: 'i'!.iu ai'.i.s air laUi.iK
rtilvnntigi- i ?' e-r.i' nt'i v niaile iy
" ?""; iare too enervatt-d
I "I rt. 1( L . 1 i ' I I'lll l!l
p. kuR.' of K' i'i-it.- . ! truMt ib -ciivi ty
for A.-lliina. li..y ' i ih
-iil.ii-i-li. wliirh l. in. 01 -d i'
io liii wiiii -a i-i : - in
tli..i;.i;anl nf (lie In .
In'ik. s .n ili'f.Ti hit
In ( ii f m'ferlns er how
i"imli. i.imi rue vvl.e-r:
ill eiii" yen.
ltt JjOU IU.Vf X!i I ilm nli d v '.t'.i
tr .uiiii atsi uiid b av' fnit''l to fitvl
ilu li.'t ! iliseuuiaifi'il Iut mint
trial f ti ls wimili'i fal tr.ily ni
"is indiojtiial stinreniacy worth hav-
ing when overstrain exhausts the
whole working population into abject
"Are the great endowed technical
schools worih having if they only tar
the nevt batch to n greater industrial
"efficiency" than the present?
"Are t'-.e magnificent libraries art
galleries chinches and ine.uc l-alls
worth bavin1.' if the people thev serve
to look or listen
"is Die ii-on-cliitl militant 1'rotestan-
e-iiiiis. iind pf'tii or rit'siiurg worth bnving if ilia
nf eiiai i r t y has to feel its wav toward el.
nientai'y oclal Christianity under the
1 aders -ip of a Jew?
I'. It I i mint;
vaiaa.niu e ih-s h
uu Iwiif :. ei lian-
t'll'l'i. til' l illnutii'
yuli She eii ine
n-tiH'dv wlili-b i
OiKi'iiri.-fl ly ii
1 n'mi-iitv tunl i
li Hi'ti'iiiiilc roninmitiil
t'M.ifey.an- .f 'ii-ima
bi ini rn.oniMM.inli d -by
household and Kitchen
Furniture Bought and
Sold or exchpriced.
Cash paid for Second-hand
' v ';' ' Goods. '. .- V
. 2!2 5ot.lh 2nd ticet
You aro not experinienltiig on
yourself when you take Chamber-
b in's Cough Remedy for a cold as
that preparation lias won its great
reputation and extensive sale by its
remarkable cures of colds and can
always Lv depended upon. It is
equally valuable for adults and cbll-
ureu and may be given to young
ebllilrcn with implicit confidence as
it contains no Larmful drug. Sold
b all dealers.
How Swinburne Worked.
Pelails cf Swinburne's method of
work sire gradually becoming known.
His last book to be published in Am-
erica "Three Plays of Shakespeare"
appeared in Harper's Library of Liv-
iig Thought about a year ago. Swln-
burne'H literary executejr Theodore
Vi'.tts-Dunton has j-.lst made public
some comments cn the pact In which
he says: "Swliburue was the most
'ssDdSon of corrector w ith a system
of punctuation of his own in which a
co.nina. ii. itead of a peuii'-olon was
treated as a vital matter. After a
manuscript hud been finally corrected
bv is he wind of '.en give it to me as
ii kind of acknowledgment of my la-
bors In .connection with it. Some-
times it occurred however that the
editor of a lnagaJne would a-k to re-
tain tiie niauiscript or some other
f- iends would sk for one."
(lly Clara Keesf.i
That's wiirt keeps you alivi
Hie morigagt !
'that is what keeps a great many
faltering morials alive ami kicking
- -ihe mortgage a 'civ of extreme
meeting. If II. were not for the inort-
gage nad loads prd respons'blit tes
eveiy fourth funeral would be that i f
an adult instead of an infant as In the
recent labuation. U is Die burdens
and caies that prolong life. No con--cieii'ioiM
inort-il wantM to go lo kleur-
iL.ni come tii.lil ihe ui-rtyage is lifted
and tin1 load distributed.
liny sure prolonged by reason of Die
si length Mid sttengili comes only
tiiiaiii.h exercise- tliioiidi toil hard
labor and much uphill ciiinbing and
hauling The mortgage when noi of
too overpowering a claim lias been
known lo put the bieath ol JH into
lis v'ctinis as the death gnp seeKs ap-
parently to sulTocaie. The time lo d i
hiii":! i w In a the claws are itiaderii.g j
circulation.'' The time to d:e hard is j
when he backbone is creaking and I
the kie e.i g'vi.ig i1.1 a.v .
1". ctner werda. don't d'e at al' take
all Die good life Thnt is coming to you
steady brace ni':.i rally of strength ;
and jiurpose and iway with choking
pressure on henrt the weight In tnu
heels! it la Hi1 jiitirtgae the loads
and Die reppotisiidiuci? that make
giants cf some folks. Take all the
.ike that Is emnirg to you ar.d never
go under a inlnaie D.o iooa. '
I' is Die fan'ily yi u have .j your j
hitii.U L'aat mala uat i i.-c eul.. audi
f . " ' i' i'ii- . i: i ... . tt . -. t"i
iuriese Die will to compier ar.d
suiiuie-i your moulders lioiils y tir
iie.nl siraight. Wiilonl the Ic.cei.t'.ve
of tut i icsnons blitv vo.i litlghl il.ve
! ui ic. .or ueil yntrniicbt aave been an
j id ee wuh Dabby mue;e.j a weary do-
ir.y icpte; T.i:nie c the human ive
! f.uc tne lesp'.m-iirj Des have
i cur siivhUo.:. !ne.. ave bee.i t.ie
I ue-d to camtai t me dependent oae to
'i.rciact the near and' dear ones to
! tove iK'd lo ch .-! -a. Strength ha.i
; oeen ntaltiplietl in your case pair-
j del: raiely kill but on t'ae contrary
J piclong Une ..ay-- tspodaUy w here a
iviieerlil: spirit of service accompanies
i ho uctual labor.
P is much the same with the Mort-
gage. There arc sf rue bh'salngy in
Die train ot ibA. apparent evil li.-
diutiy aid thiift ni" st be encouraged
as habifs there must .Ik1 sonic eeon-
omy and .perhaps a utile sell saennce
tne eituct r.mst b'1 jac.eu
In Guthrie Another Triunph for Women
j Almc. Curie the French cheiiiLI
has anu:)tiuei:vl that she Pas al l.u;t
epa rated tiie new element railtmu
fio.n its rail" whicii were h1. ii lof.;re
the only fiirm in which tin: ohm-Mil
toidil be f nad. She iiiid li -r husband
wire also Die discoverers tf. the sails
of t ail in in. '
Ptc'er Husbands to Missions.
tl 1 ITJT7
Patience Sometimes Ceases to
Be a Virtue
NEVER AT THIS STORE!
Our Salesladies never get out of patience
with you. $: '
If You Only Want
Yon arc always wclcoiiif here and you will have
the best salesladies in this store at your serviet'.
hkiw the lieadv-to-W'ear hiisiness 'nun A
bw on iiatieiiee. The hap-
to Z and thev
them a chance
their lives is when you
show vou our Ieadv-to-Weai
.Mi s (!: dwi-.l. r.eakh.g as a dea-
c?'i!'ss of a col ego for girl mis.-iouar-;
b ii nn'il th.it niariiage very often a'-
' tract' d Dic:u from the work. She said
one of Dm college solids was "Where
jo Where are the Junior drls?" aid
t. ; ;-. -'.'er Snfe and Secure lit Ihe
Ami' of .Men."
The Youngest Aeronaut.
Mine. Harf went up in a ballon al
l.iicernt' the oDier da w' h h'r lor'-
b'oid end with Diem wns their L'-yi-ar
ol.i con. wh. tiios 'leconux the youtr;-
t t nrruii-.nit In the world. A brvliier.
aged ll was also with lac family parly
Women Fsvor Suffrage.
Mis. I. W. Knefler M-crt tary of the
St Louis Sal; age l.riyuc. who had
(litrge of the sniflnge booth at th"
1'n ilana (air s:i tiiar s'.e found wom-
en iud Htient and nei inlormed. but
she d! n t mei i a div.'le wotnaa w ho
was opposed to votes for women. Hhe
sjiyr 'he addresu op Mrs. Itobert A-kia:-on
w as-the mo r I'mdly applauded
i f any i .' the program tci ' seemed u
btieg crnvleikn to' niii:y' woaicn.
"The suffrage-can-e ' has eoiue ' to
iUty" -he said "it k no longer a
WILL WIN IN
Man Years' Experience Causca Mrs
Eclls To Think She Can
liiliiinv.si i due to a disordered
condition of Die 'lontat-li. Chamber-
Iain's Tabids are essentially a litoin-
aelt midjcine inlended especially to
act oa Dial organ; lo .cleunso it.
.-1 lengthen p fuie and invigorate it
lo ri tail ite the liver and to banish
lelioiiuccs poaitlve-ly and effectual-
; !y l'or sale bv all dealers.
(lariiieiits. Vou will he just as enthusiastic
over them as they are and always remember we;
haven't an old iiarnient in this stove.
1 Nil RIF f fl
v'. j j. $i fi :;. . g! .rfiA y.. .?. .id A.
-ii ittS? 5JV e'f?t? t';-!1 fjf 't 'A' c"44" i'tfi" S4- tJi'Vai'V Ji 3?
New Hartford. Iowa. "I think I urn
well ipnillf led." writes Mrs. L. lOella
of this place "to recommend Cardui
bed ! .a ctriiiuOv ndvi-p nil women to cive
it a trial. For the pasi ttl yearsi I
had been afflicted with trouble' pe-
culiar to w;.nteu. They umdu life 11
lui'den for inc. I tried home doctor
and vatioiM reineilics without relief.
At last 1 began' to take Cart'ul
ccrdlng to direction tunl uov 1 am
entirely cured of all my af filet ions."
finding lot physical system nnpre- u u-'rccliti and .riienial 'irnil 'iibyrfical
XUt bearln? of children 13 frequently
followed by poor health for tho
mother. This .mprcnia crista of Ufo .cored
pared for the demands of nature 1 tcre!e oe devoied toward the finiil
leaves lier with weakened rcsiativo ; jfng or'clearliig away of the loan
powers and scinetiiiics chionic all-'Tije mortgage bs inane some of tiie
mcntS. This Can be ! avoided iftitnest atrudiest farmers In the-land.
"I I'rimd is nscd before the comiiyj of baby and the tsalthy woman cans t ias developed characUr liroughi
a fcciHhf mother. It Is the only remedy that perfectly and thoroughly 'pUdgi'i out of wcakne-s induced
1 tho eyntcni for healthy motherhood snd brliigs about a -tutural and j iventlve genius and put h.imls and
uuinatieu of the trm. Wonieu who u;o Motber'a rriencl are Mways brains to goodly win k as no otner
X fil'ecta or unonic troubles.
.1 by using Mother's rriciid
'ring h"r phywcal condition
. T Of mothfiili'iod. This
i n (f ! nt dree lnr.
t fro? boolc for expectant
Every expectant motLer slwld safeguard gage has kept you alive has perfected
I your strength ami given you me cour-
tage of a dozen -t rung men.
Tnere jue tiK.rtgagi ': and inoi lgages
anil liuiilt ns aial ntiiiiiiiis. ran l is
.Mte to sai that the ordinary run of
Die load. a'nl rcapo. dbiiMlcs keep
Do you sufftr from .any of lliose
: rouble' to which all women ure li-
fible? ' If so. bow i would vou .like-to I
de aide to siiy "No' 'itdll'etiUreiy
cured or all my afflict ions" like .tr..
Lelb. does. ' .
Take Cardui the woman's tonic
For more than half a century. DiIk
purely vegetable gentle-acting wom-
an's remedy has been in stiwcssl'iil
ne In tbo trout inent nf lnt unci
troubled Not only lias it helped sick
women to health but as a streng li-
giving tonic for weak debilitated wo-
men it has been fauad ot more than
Keep Cardui convenient In the clos-
the Fall of the Theatrical
Syndicate Means to the Public
far uiiderostlma'ed "Importance
. to the public ad over the country
lis the til" of. the Theatrical syndicHo
t an.' the end of Klaw & Krlauger's ties-
I pi.tie couDtd ol Die Dieairo. Waller
I'rifhard Kastin writes most lnteresi-
t.giy about it in the Ocinhor Aineric-
an uiag't'ae. Mr. K.ist'in oelii'ves tiie
' new era ot tae independent managers
aril i.c .:pc ; door is 01 proiuunu
importance lie says:
'Whether tr.e syndicate it uver able
to be hi it a rival chain of tiieivtrcs
or no" however the lree stage ni''fiiis
that hosts of small towns wl 1 now
-co plays and players which In recent
yoni s have not been permitted to visit
Uieni. It means Dial afitr Die season
which Is just commencing at jtny ra'c
I hey will probably see mo-it cf the
Drst-lars productions sent out from
New York it-stead of half lint If
means still more that the country at
targe wil have a c'lai.ee ' see more
iit-iv work b. native uut'aois tried out
thsn ever bef are i i the lilsiory of our
theaire. picked it .id mounted by a
greater number of men. It means lint
Mi.! day of the young author and the
i-i.nall manager and Die ambitious ac-
tor has arrived. Al t) we may have
$I..Vo seats again!"
A Remarablo Spy r the Civil War.
The eaiecr of Timothy Webster h
Federal spy c'c'ely n.-sociated with
Mr. Lincoln's office presents oae ol
the-most remark able stories of cour-
age and ilciug in the annals yf the
Civil w;ir. The story h fully told
by V '. D. (leynier in the October llar-
pei"s niiu.r.lne. The extreme peril
of Wei: --tor's poslt'on nt all times was
that lie was ostensibly serving as a
spy for Die Confedera.' unn.v and In
danger of being caught and bung as
such by ' federal -officers who were
WitonV'Isrnwaiit'cf 'lijio true al.egjatice
lo tlt"i'orHi.i Miti ciioer. ;visiOtiv
eentlumtrt'oiitiaeo 'of peril and splcii-
appreciate the lair treat-
ment they receive at this
uaraue wneu 11 comes 10 re-
pair work. We have the it
mosi experienced and relia-
ble machinist in the South-
west. Open day and ni.uht
jo supply you with anything
you want in the way of auto-
the More gc f act
so ' good
BRUNHER & HALL
hone- 113. 106 E. Clcvdani
Some Difficulties in Bible Translation
Translating the Hlble into the ton-
gues of primitive peoples has occa-
sioned In the jiast and still occasions
many curious difficulties owing to a
variety of .cause- incident to the
r;-VLii. ttuti lAiotutiia Hi caial lilii'o.
!r. A. F. Ch.uiiberlnin assistant ptoies
ror cf anthropology. Clark university
lias written an Interest i.ig account of
lie whole inatier In the October Har-
per's. Ho cites many curious inntun
ees of diflictilDes that arise from the
i.angi'st of causes and (lie various
A. V. MOWHETILY
TYPE Wn ITER
MACHINES AND BA-
BY BUGGIES TIRES
KLY5 OK All KINDS
In rfnr of F. l.r
l)iy r.iHiil. Co. ' '
3 . .. . ;
GUTHRIE LIGHT &.
CALLS AND DELIVERS
221 E. OkUbnms
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