The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 47, No. 108, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 16, 1914 Page: 4 of 8
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THE DAILY LEADER
BY LESLIE O. NIBLACK
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Bualnnw office: No. U9 W. Harrison.
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W. Harrison. To reach all department
'phon extension 7.r..
Clerk of the Courts:
Dan M. William
Aut hot it the-
L a H r to an
Dunce tW he will ht a 'aiMa.t. foi the nomina-
tioa fot Clrrk of the Caurta of Logan Cmintv ub-
mct to tKr rffewhoTi of the Rrpublu-wn piiniaMca.
Bill Slirrwood siithfirwrii The
jnHiero unnounrf r i farii-ti-
da- (.jf nomination snrn
of IxmKfc.l rowitv awbject to ilir wilt af lilt p
Itcan Prima. i-.
Chits. C Srm'k h" auth
unrifjunc that 1c will be n
eAtittMatato. ;. noi ir.atir-n frr 0 canity Altornrv
Aututt 4th prirr.' ".
County Attorney J
Thr Dtlv I.rr)er ts Tc
qucstrd to 4 n n o u n c r
Cheater A. Marr no a
candidate furt-th D-wriorrMM ticket for County Af-
ttirnry. auhirt to the voters' decision At the Aut;-
Ut 4th prwnariea.
William Shearer announce
that hr will be a candidal
for Coitnfv ComrniMtonft
from dte Fifst rCitv Dirttnct the !)rmo rahc
"ticket utibrt to lh will oi the volets at the Ar-
arat 4tb piinianes.
John O'Neill of Mih!:
township will be a candidate
i'rr Conntv Cniiaisi)onei
from the Third CpmmmionM i district . subject to
Hie will oi the votera at the August 4th pnmfliies.
on the Democratic ticket.
- County Clerk:
A A I autlinrireit Thr
I oadrt to anrtotin' hw randi-
darv iir County Clfrk.subtei.
lo the d:Mon of the votera cf tlie Republican
primaries n be held AKtt 4 VtiA.
John Mrihnney preifitt slirfiff of I oKiin
County authonra The Leader to an-
nounre that he will afrk tha miminatMi!
fo sheriff at the Auguat 4lh primaries on ttv Kc-
The Leader I a(ithot!rd to anrwiuncr
tjie- candidacy of Claude Mie. ol
Crescent Otr. as a randida'e f t
Sherilf en the Drmorratir tu kei. aubiect t-
pnminea on Auguitt 4. 114
IiAn D Chapelle au'l ' a
ily ijpant" V firi
judfC of the CoOtifV Cr ;m !.ut)eft '.' I ' rio-
cratic prtama useto b heiu August 4tl
Clerk of the Courts-.
author 1 h '
L. e a d e ( ti ar
oin t that he will b a t and'date for li e nominal
tKn ror Clerk of the ttuita. aiibject to the will u(
ti Detnocrata at the August 4th primaries
The Leader is
authorized to an
nounce ihe uanir
of D L. Moni-iii a candidate for County Ai
trrnv. rubject to the ac tion of the Lrimci&li
Ed. J Obrholjfr .utl.n.
1 ti Daily Ltm .lr li
CotiimitioAei ei lb Fnt or city durtriil a' "
August 4th pnmftritt subjeti to li.c will oi I .
dittncl aulho r t z r I tie.
leadrrt announce tluo li wii. be a tand'dfttc . n
th WrnubfK.an ticket lor nuiieaaten al let August
Hnerta's orders "Mum's
.Huerta seems to be a'id
strong talk hatiit.
ed to !"..
Tieportu from the mo'hers' da. si
ices indicate that there no itr'
diate danger of her allltion.
The worst falil about Vi!'a fr
r.tatiii him as jc-r -ill.- r i li
from the remainder of the 1.;
Why sliouldni the Nk.v ll:iv..ii .
tun have 1ipm m!u imiff
WathlniDon ft (ioirxiim ir u.
It is wr'l enough that the r " ri j .
Slates an .-orr Ut nftl-iUm . l.-!ie
ami replenish it a-iiniriithn ;'.
at the sa'ee t;n;e
S!. Tx'Uj r 'ceTs 'h.r'v 'p. i. cr
ion killed hv s'.-i-et cars
nr thiri - fo ir r ill. 'i iv a it em.b e-
bt the ;eib;j : is :. f 'o -a it- cw;
encbjt.:otls HS o '.v:e"u-'- t1;.-
ure besir gr.-Mc- ;a;rrr.- f. t
e.areftito.inGjp5-S .hauffeu-- or tn
tfje eari-'ssnesF a' !"-f iKporrrin r.'
the Mis-criri rre'ropTt
'o KMieilv'jr4 ehallenre of liec
Sava- l;irid;r s t-!;t'''i-h' cot;
eernlnp Hnu'h Aireri- a !r'...u"t ''r'!.
tiie fi7ivu.jt Iroio V 1-tnuor "II.
ehalb-nre v.stt)ffMt doea b.'
Well. I Hole that s !ar be "ti: .i rne--e-lv
opie1 i'h nrniv folelltv te
sal ent ln"il-it .f tn - v i t. " V-
rleT'K means f;e h.ug 'it t! is -;. p.;
i ntber ha-jee of .b.riari 'e :ir'
BLC OR P'JSIVESS
Ditilrp the --i i . it
iiDier va. ay e i"hi- l'
. - Ex-
fr e slmli no iitii
with jilenty of p.ei;; : -. ii lif-i
There U no ques'ion at tur .. fur
hf -ontet If eude-i e n'.-al! s.ear all
kind of oiaiom "make the e:kisi
Now te4it th fact that orfctvrr
aa been tirooght Into difepn t..
JLook at Me
I am Well.
"I cannot a.iy
too much for l'e-
nina. It hus en-
tirely cured me of
my trouble. Jly
rye lids 't
t li i c k mid red
nearly : all t
timo. Jly eyes
fsnsliive 10 llglit.
Cutarrli w:is my
trouble. : I had
hd my eyes
treated and took
a great deal of
nothing seemed to
help me until I
tried IVruna. 1
always use Peruna when my family
r.eed It. Always find it very good:
it nelps wonderfully. You can use
my testimonial anywhere you wlsli
to." So says Mrs. C. Ski han No.
614 s Leavitt St.. Chicago Ills.
some who essay to praflice it It ln 1
a crime but. on the other hand it has
a legitimate place in ishapms our
.-uiiitical life. H is a fact howeier.
thai the people prnerally nave lefs
anU lin. patience with the htfaliitin
Uraml of oratory and re deinamliiiii
hat speakers il'-al with facts and Juplc
rat'p.er tliuu rhetoric and lucre asser-
tion in other words they nave had
enough Initio ami they want the ora-
tors lo coi down to business.
Kir example it is simple anil -as
enoimh for an orator to stand hefor
an audience and eloquently declare
thai ho is in favor oi relieving the
sufferinu' taxpayer o!" his burdens but
the people of tills stae of the game
will not be satisfied with that: they
want to hear how the reformer pro-
mises to fin about it aud they insist
upon beini shown thai the remedler
advocated are practical. The same
thing is true with reference to every
There was a time when the orator
who eoubi n.ake the eagle scream
turning loose preat chunks of nat-
riotk sentiment and throw iiiB In a
Winch of funny stories for .nood meas-
ure eoiilrt sret away ilh It but tin
'.eople have become more discrimina-
tive and they now want somethirip
mere than mere lung power ami lan-
guage. They may listen to the man
who talks en'ertainiusly. sivlns him
(.looil attention ud eheerinn -when
the are rib-ased just as they do at a
show but when it is over they an-
alyze what has been said and the
speech which produces results must
show a stroiii.' preeentage
coniruon sense and loirie.
ALABAMA REJECTS HYSTERIA
-lovernnient le. hysteria which .
.eoudiated by Alabama when Mr
1'mierwood decisively defeated Mr
lloilson tor tile I nited Elates senate
has t'eeti emphatically rejected again
in t.o- primaries jnt ltel-1 Hendersoii
bea's Comer by a l.i? majority Comer
has kept in a ondition of neuroti
excitement. IJailical aifxl-railroad
leuislatioii was enacted from the de-
vastating effects of much of iwhieli
the state was saved only by the deci-
sions of the late .Tiidae Thomas C
lone? of the I'liited Suites judiciary
State-wide nrohnrtion. later rejected
I'.v a bin majority when siihmiftod It)
the '(i -i! :' a constitutional amejid-
tnetit was parsed by the lepislature
iuririi: ! "e i 'oaier regime without in-
s ! r i ! io n from the ;.opie The eam-
''"'ii r was a bitter attack on
l!if r:iiiroads and an attempt to ( ap-
it:i!ie the il'pn;' proidem
Mr. JTeinl'Tson. the successful can-
e'.daie as pr sident of the Slate Kail-
Aav rommirsjnu of Ala'oama. has gv-
e eviioeiee if busin' ss eapa' itv anil
of s(:;im: i'l.iLT.ent i le urt'eil a re-
turn to peace progress and order!.'.
ent. II-'- as opposed to l.'ie
i erti.u. "t that finds f '.'if"i.-i-
in !b- t:e.s i: an I b-.i.i i-
!e."l '. : iih rot!iin T !"
:! lie - ir jm proven.) r- :.
i ' : str. . hai ti'.i n t!
-i i.e -:' by yflliri.
i air: -es-ilt is of national
T o- .
lb- gro itni.
lien agog on fer-
:ut it vvirhered Th-- state
Hid sickened of it. The
i i toward sanitv is evident
T :e ;eople a --e as (lefer-
!n .r.rt..fi overn-
I -' !a!iy but the mean
o do (
)t or :ly pro i-Miei. in a
:iler.ite manner. Tl ey ar
!-.:!";' 'Alio ar- Illiiltv in
t it ut'.-r neaMings In
AN EXCURSION IN ETYMOLOGY
Wiiie ib ihey ome from these
ao ds I: at i .erv.iue uses that are
pa'f r.f i ci-rent latignage if the
i-or-i ilati.-l .oeli rstoor and if 'earent-
ftge on o i. - a b 1 of a sudden t!io
"r t r. the lips ;' th peoi le. familiar
af old f'.eiojs s'c-t i-gtf- no! unfor-
t'inai'!' not to a 'a-iier uinlerstanil-
'iis. Kur. as a rule. t!n- ter'ns we
have in n. ind ar- terms of contempt
janrl eontumeiy "I hey runnote. in
Auieriran moulhf especially an idea
that one pood American ran beat an?
"Glory to God in the Highest and on Earth Peace Good
RUSSIAN HYMN tt lo it to
.ajjjj. -i u i i.l -L -ir!-Tip-- l'V ! ' -
clar - ions the
where THou reign-cst
From THE AMERICAN HYMNAL jobli.hecl by Th. Centmy Co. New Ymk
"And the I-ord will judgr bnwrrti thr nation; and thrv hall brat b cir wnrds into pinoi-h.
ftum-a. and iheir (prar inio pruning hook: Ration thai I not lilt up tivoni aainit naiion ucun-i
hall thry karn war any
"Lei in Drav for the
Iih the union of ihem all; tor healthful urasom; for abundance of the
peat etui luiics. ' '
(Fruni the daily Knaaian Liturey chauicil in the 40000 vhoalua
lumber of blank Jingoes. They aro
In the befiinnins. Yankee and Tory
ind Mutch I for (lermanl were all of
this general type; so were Canuck and
.)ago and -Sueeny; so likewise Greas-
er and Cringo and Spiggoty. shorten-
id into Sp.ck then Vera Cruz equiva-
lent for a native. It is with these last
:o we would busy ourselves today.
Mow desire "Siitgotj ?" The in-
quiry is not simplified by the knowl-
edge that "Spick" is its shortened
form. N'othing spick-and-span about
Vera Cru.anos and it is unbelieve-
able that our boys so named them
because they were not. "Spaghetti"
has been suggested but that is an
Italian not. a Mexican dish not char-
acteristioallv that is. .liut along
conies a eorrespondent of the Chi
cago Kvening 'Post and suggests "no
spiggoty" and at once we begin to
see daylight. May we not rerard it
as the Mexican's attempt to extend
his linguistic field as an exchange fo:
f'No Sahe"? Behold the .poor be-
wildered peon he throws up hi
shoulders he extends his palms de-
precatinel . '.'o-peaks-de- I-lngHsh."
"No-speaka-de " "No spiggoty.'
Q K. I).
Cringo we say it boldly. Kringo if
not so easy. ( an it be connected with
the Spanish word "ifriego." Klreejf
mm h as we say "It's all rt.ln-ek to
me?" "ilahlar en Criego." to siieak
gibberish. AVe are grateful u the
Springfield Kepublican for the happy
suggestion not a bit more far-fetch-
ed. ;et us add than the accepted ex
planation tiis' would trace "Cringo
ijaek to "Green rw the Hushes O.
a song popular with thoe who fol
lowed i..alker. filitmster of pietnr-
Coughed For Three Ytara
am a beer of our godsend to
.nity mid s ience. Your medieine.
King's N'ew Dlseovery. cured my
"1 ign of three years standing. " Bavs
feiinie Cierurniiig of New Pl-v't Ohio.
Have o i an annoy Inj; eotleh? Is It
st u!i born and won't yield to treat-
S'ew liis. overy todav. What it did for
i ient? Ot a -10-. bottle of Ir. King's
lennie Klemnilng it will do for you
no matter how stubborn or chronic
a enmh mav lie. Ilaitops a cough and
sto- throat and lung trouble. Itelief
or iii'im- hack. Ste and f! bib at yoar
Hu'klen's Arnica Salve for rimjdes
The der; otisn of ustoni is on the
wane V are not content to know
that things are; we ask whether thev
o ifht lo he. John Stuart MiU.
Arrhlents !11 hafpen. nut the best
regulated f.imlliw keep Ir. Thomaa'
t-i-let-tle 'Ml for ttieh PTiRrt-encle""
Two tizr Z'c and 51c at all stores.
See Swearengen for Photos
H Ipcacc-Sunba flDcbftatlon
I. ("rod the AU'pow.er full ' Kin; who or - dainist Great winds Thy
light-flings Thy sworti Skmw forth Thy
Grant tOj ui piare.jp most mor-c
. ta ' ''":
s . f ' .
(rod the All-righteous One! fnan hath defied Thee;
Yet to eternity standdth Thy word;
Falsehood and wrong shall not tarry liesiile 'J'lice;
Gnuit to lis cace ' most merciful Ixird.
!'; . i . V
j God the All-wise! by' t tie fire of Thy rhasl'mnj; )
rartlt shall to freedom and truth he tcr.iorro;
Through the thick darkness Thy kingdom is hasteninc;; '
Thou wilt give jicace in Thy time O l)rl. i
4 So shall Thy children "in thankful devolion
Praise Him who saved thorn from peril and sword
Singing in chorus from rxean to ocean
"feace to the nations and praise to the l.i.rd."
v Henry P. Choriey Arr. by Joiai 1 llcrton i7
more. Inaiah f'-ii
ptare of the whole ftorld; for tb welfare o( l e
ptarc of tht whole ftorlijj
& a siKrt'tts'ssiiaa-i
! MAKE A PEACE (FLAG f .
r FOR 'EVERY SCHOOL
k a? X
I'.'ii is Mav I S in all schools
all iiiiiiiI rji-s. Kvery school can
make its oah iutei national peace
!iag on n (i and use it annually on
1'ea. e Iia.. an 1 at other anniversaries.
Th" ini-ni.iiiimal peace- tlag is made
by placing aiiut fifty national llax
on a hai kgio iiji! of white the color ol
the flag of trace. The design used for
a flag ilisphi.nl at the Hague leai
( ongn .s in and at many other
convention ha three long white
streamers or pennants suspended
from a ru' i-ip. or bow of a hits ribbon.
'"I two or Cese tlio national flags
are sewed. On the third white at ream-
er or riboon are the words "Peace to
aii nations in ualu bUn and aoid
The sci'ionl sewing and art classes
can do the sewijie and -lettering and
the materials may he cheap or expen-
sive according to choi e.
National Hags have been used most
by soldiers and have been saved and
exhibited as mementos of battlefield-:
Thev have been ass-ji inter!
it .'i ;
thoughts of ar past present and
future. Kach one by itself seta up an I
arbitraiy barrier between nations and '
Flaga of truce have been used when
: yt si . .. .. .. a a
Will Toward Men."
Alexia Iworf ibjj
- ' - vi i -4- J i
pit - y
Lord. A - hps.
el I'll- '.'lell
armies wanted to stop killing and
talk about peace. The time has come
when nations want to stop killing and
talk about peace 'inn new eniblom
symbolizes the new international
movement. It unites not divides. It
breaks down the age-long prejudice ot
race and tends lo bring all peoples
"Suffered day and ntsht the tor-
ment ot itching pij's. Nothing help-
ed me until I used Doan's Ointment.
The result was listing." J-lou. John
Ji. Garrett Mayor Girurd Ala.
'i : t. .. y. u. a a a
s I if- ii j
K X Ui X IC W
I wish I were the vagrant winds
The winds you hold so dear
That I might play sweet melodies
For only you to hear.
I ii ring great music through the
My instruments the trees;
I'd draw from out the quivering corn
The tenderest harmonies.
I wish I were the winds you love
That yon might come to me
In every mood and evor find
I wisli I were the great while louds.
That in my spirit strong
I'd wrap you round and give to ;iii
A strength to meet all wrong.
1 wish I were tiie winds of heawn
That I might ever teach
In their vast tongue my love to yo:
Which dies in human speech.
Madge IT. f-.'lder. in Chambers' Jour-
nal. Cure For Stomach Disorderi
Disorders of the stomach may
avoided hv the use of Chamberlain'-
Tablets Many very reiiiarsable cure
hae been effected by these tabb ;
Sold by all dealers.
Mope agtiinst hope and ask till w
We always like these who admrre
us: we do not always like those whom
we admire. La Rochefoucauld.
A little follv is desirable in him
tliat will not be guilty of stupidity
believe women are loved much
more for themselvea than auppoaed
Besldea a woman should be content)
Only Half Price!'
--for this remarkable New
Electric Stove t rVl
Vcs jusl cnc-Iinir of its aclu.'il worth. KYirjilar-
ly .f.j.UO for only .fJ.-'il.) diirino-
May 11th to 16th
You will scldi mi if ever aoain have audi an
opportunity to personally prove the practical ad-
vantages ol' Klectric. (ookin.
VA (ilostovo works Iroiu any lamp .socket
use any ordinary kitchen utensil. No special
K'enieinher one week only.
Call Telephone 11 L and place your order now.
Public Service Co.
What a Bank
The greatest possible service to
the greatest possible number of
people in the greatest possible
number of ways.
THAT IS WHAT WE STRIVE
TO DO AT ALL TIMES.
First National Bank
N. I lolniau President.
if she is loved; that is the point; and
she is not to inquire how far the ac-
cidents of life have contributed to the
res ult. Disraeli.
A faithful and good servant is a
real godsend; but liuly 'tis a rate bird
in the land. Martin Luther.
A healthy man Is n King in his own
right; an unhealthy man an unhappy
ivc. l-or Impure blood and slug
gish liver use Burdock P.lood flit-
ters. On the market 35 years. II .no
Sl.NTK we stem to have eliminate! e1 to the atisfaotion of all
(Save the traveling Kvangelisti the next step in this Progressive
age. may be to eliminate Heaven. And the next to dex-lare Man a
Cod on an equal footing with all tiie gods of the universe. Then what?
No one knows but the robabllities are that people would come and
go. The sun shine and the wind blow where it listeth just the sanio
as It does now. Religions come pass away and other religions
take their places. Hut the principle of Truth Justica and Kight: are
tied. and remain eternal in tho minda of nil mankind. . Without
change and without end. .No matter what their creed may be.
THE AKKOW Cl'T PI AT TOHArvO in One Pound Paila. Is a Good
Smoke Cood Chew and a Cood buy. you save a dime. Price 4i
The New .Model lint CKM SAFETY KA7.0U U Just what you need
fltiy It now. Price II. oft.
HASH n.LIS. Zc luc 2Jo 50c 75c $l.flft. $1.2 each.
Kr any kinf of ( IC Mist or TOnCCo. Mild or Strong. Ixjw !u Price
and High in Q-ulity. llo to fI.SMITH S and get your money worth.
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a m si s r r a g a nn
y. VINSORINE BARBER SHOP
: Vinsorlne is puaranteed to re
'A niovo Dandruff and grow nevrS
y. hair. Come in for a trial. X
I A T. C. Vinson Scalo Doctor M
K K K 1 iff l-E X X K W
Cleanliness and Good Health ia The
Highest Type of Refinement
Oilers Every Opportunity
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