The Guthrie Daily Leader (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 49, No. 29, Ed. 1 Monday, August 23, 1915 Page: 2 of 8
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HOW TO HtAL
A ISaltimore do tor
irslfc ht J.!ai 'l9 r.d
boin Ut-ttmr.ul ir ';
Hurra. ii d
lrjilUr li .hl. Urn-
In ok in trouid'-is.
At B y flwtle
rii-irit jfl r
of fft(noJ ointment
sold ' of r-l-iti)
I'WIi. Tr.MC r nl ( ail i'tj.M-
v 'Wltu tbc rlt ' od ri
waitr bathe lb .':bd par! lr-
onghly. until they r fr ff
-u-.ti and the skih i o?i-r--!. If?
very ent!' ;ircad 0.0 a I.Vn lajer
nt the r-iol ointment and -r
aith a lltririt bandage-- If n-feaary to
protect Cie clothing. Thin Uiw.H b
ttoM twW a day. T-iII- tae dbv
trelng SUalng o1 burning i 3
alt.1 fft IremtrnenH and f.
nWm oon heroin char and b-iihy
again. ' a?j!e r. I-wpk I ft.
Htklnol TJaWroore Md.
IN PROBATE MATTEflS ;
AKERS OFSEBUM- m ADMISSIONS ;
Oi of Interest to Our RelKJtr. . .
splILL OPPBSIas OF SOCIAL
!;.!) it t frt &.r:. mm
ui i l;uio hoc; Mirv 00
10 CAI'IIOL ON HOl.LU
.11 IT 1 1 .ft
Oklahoma "lty. Okl.. Au. 23. In
ftr that would b aOcttd ty life
pri-l order of the federal depurt-
ni'tlt of agrlcui'ure that would prohibit (ti ixn
(ii! .:jr !-: of hog In Ibe open
market for iwruin manufacturing pur-
poiws are combining to make ar&u-
mlDt aeairmt it. A committee of
-rum manufacturer will be fw.-ut from
M-Tral center to Washington to ap-
pear before the bureau of animal in-
1u;ry In opposition to tb proponed
order. Tli theory of the gmt-rnm-Jit
in that tlx? reret.t new ouitxak of foot
tire in ww-ut sw " a";
foli't(K irn of a Ojtr:e
n.aa ii f o:.:.r.i-4 '!-r to
A. Guff. T. B. d;!- fflAraaaJ. '
t '.:. ;..t Vs A-... Gotarie a..: i
"I 1 1 r4 t - r.-.'i!; frc.Ti kMtev ;
Xt-jJA't atd ''' fon.jint hair
'a. i: itjn aft-l t xonirv u ail kind ;
of at)kr. My J.-k b1 loa.i ;
m re ittf-im' !? painful aJ I " ;
! j: Wc tu bo!U around. The
liJ!i- -'.-:i.OS. ' - ol- '
i-fl. wi-t aa) burned io paeiax. Ij
wned ail kind of in("!k Sn- ia i -f-1
!rt iu Kt ri;.ef. bat U l"?' '"f j
lin K Amy I'iKi to brin t;e de-1
:.- I r-ii!s. Ti cared t.i -'t-1
iski'ohts ii:i.i.s ic.ni:i)iisi.i;
STOIIV or I..IM-SMS
Kana ity. Mo Aug. 23. !:..! j
ir.s of hri'.j ry of court a and U -g'la-
An irrifT rohfirnilnK nalff of r
..... i .nll. fli'i.'juu 'Vllktffl 1r
waa irdc In Hip rour.tr tourt Hahir ' ''" r"-ad tl.rouU l.o !..I(ra
....... .. ..1 in bvtltll J
day. Paulliie Itrowti bwanift th pur-"'
hawr of an titidlvld.-d one-half l-r- """" "'"""
in the Mutbwfat uartr of ---opinion .! t'.y will st-k to prtv.-m
.rm aevnto-n. In lnnli fWt ;' "r" r na" Kr "fJ
rf.nh ruori...HtiI1..an.o(iniv. "al ' '' "rum im
for the aum of tm Ml. Klzonia Morrl. kioi Kyaru
i ha admlnlatratrlx of thrt fitUite li propoic-d
ta-k and dxrtaz tiw- 'ar :.!' nave
flnw tad. I f.a-e had no rk'ia j tures. t-oaifpiracy the ctpioiution
of the Iro'iU."
l'K- !-'). V S O f"A-'frNAI.I.V.
V ;;!; T i i S TWO H A K .-5 l-A T-
KH. Mr. ;o!' i!d: ' Wsmi-vtr
l':l!(b rn- on m a rer-ill of
too iii'i'h barU ' ridin?. I mm-
Itoan's. Kid l".!ia. Tiiey toon put
to In foo-J ahai."
r;i t'r. fcl ai dalcr. fi.n't
lm;lK aak for a kidney remedy K;t
I loan Kidney I'ills ts aanie that
Mr. Golf bas tui'fi publicly r';::orn-m-ndcd.
t'ot-ter-Milburn Co.. l'rof)..
Iluffa'.o. X. Y.
TO MANAGE HOTEL.
Ollton. flkla.. Auk. 23 f'ol. Vol
Hayrt' for ntvc-ral year manaK'T of
Ibe Norwood hotel at Kliawncc has
nin to Dillon to tako the nianai?(-
merit of the Hoicl Hoyal JurI complet-
ed hero and to be opened thin week.
Ktory brick Hixty rooms with
ond in comply with the.
order they would have to
ij ... ...! i i.! n.'rMaii!in oiner nianta remote irom mm-
W MltnmK 'lpP.I mutt :
... ...i.i i .. .i... ...... bIo kvard anl would liave to organize "
!new buying alaffa for the Kiippiy oi ;' ' .
'luifs in be Ufd In the laboratory l''('-
j j 1
i. . . - in ..i i.i .... r work. - i
11.. -"i I... I
tir ...i...ui..i i.i .. i -i nit com urii'k on mi-n iii
bate In the county court Kuiurday and; heavy low?r
h'ltera lealamentary litmied to Olivier j H" eii
i. !Hle who wan named In Hie will B!ltMn "Krv tnai "i woumi hi ";vVILLAM8 ARRIVES AT BOSTON
eftcutor to nerve without bond. jto 10.000 a year In that city. More; inf ..Man. Auk. 2.i-!ioi ernor
than 2O00(if) iok are hoiikiii every ( u u Wi!li!im of Oklahoma is aiming
K. H. Kpralnxn MdmlnlHtralor of lheye!r In that market for the '""- e gtftt til( KOvrnor of (he
etalfl of Jack Harnlllori nold at public j racttire or Kerum. vwme vanona .ui(!a t0 -inV(. . ;. rofern.
aal Satunlay to tbi hiKheat bidder j ''"" ailvanred us lo the caune ; ( l(r( nxt W(.ck Th(i mhl'
Oin Mat half oMlie rlht c;uarterof Ip njiread of f.ot. and moiHIi iurtm XMnuve. mys Mu MtlU. h v.
U-ane the iteruiii people alleRe Hint It
in effect. The Kanaa Cllyj
would amoiilit ;
siii-llon f weiily Hiree township rcvcii
tten range lwo WeKt In liKan county
t..m iia mi M .r tt nun no t-unh in hutnl
iStKin payment and (ilachari?e of alii J'reHhlcnt Frank M. Gfliilt of (he
Kli.rluv Ihn lllli of Kenfcinhcr . Oklahoma l.ouni oi agrif-iuni ia on
Ua not poHcilile fi have been aprcad by
jllielr product a.
ervthlni; that '.ManBachiietti has ex-
cejit the Hcahhorc and can hnaxt'of
Kevcnil things not found in this 8 late.
l!US at 19 o'clock a. m linn been
fixed for hearing the return of Hale.
(.William Wllnon guardian ( Annlu
lleuruin filed Katurduy lu lliv county
court hia annual ruport.
lu the matter of lha enliile of John
Wittier deteaited a decree of aettlo-
ment aud dlatrlhution waa IhhiiciI
Saturday ( by JudKu Chappelle of the
AHintr court. Tpou the filing of
proper vouchers In the court 0i exe-
f lor wll receive hl final dlcharge.
I FOLEY KIDNEY PIUS
I ((IK UAfrKACXt KlUNkrU AND ULAUUtO
vlnced that tho government l on the
right track and aaya the order onght
to he eKtahlhilied. lf"J will do what he
can to bring (hi about
i.i:.ni;i wants DKixn. results
FOLEY KIDNEY FILL?
MM BAtl'.V i Kii5 tuft ttj
MOTHERS SHOULD KNOW THAT
George A. Maker 23 Waterloo
lk. A . Lit.... 10
jtiaia. aim mary unvu oiuipnioi in
.- P. Uron 29 Gulhrle Okla. and
.Mareuce I.. Miller 20 Guthrie Okla.
'; ICarl Terry 25 Guthrie Okla. and
May Ilillinga 17 Ctithrle Okla. Mar-
rled hy Judga John II. Chnppelle.
Deiponiiency Due to Indiaestion
"About three month ago when Ij
mffered from U'dlentlon whlcn caus-
ed headache and dizzy spell and!
made me feel tired and denpondenti
I began baking Chamberlain tab-(
leta" wrltf (Mr Geo. lion .Maeedon j
N. Y. "Thl medicine proved to ne
the very thing 1 needed ( an obo day'
treatment relieved me greatfy. I
used two hn(i: of 'lianilx'rjnln'j
Tahletn and 'they rid me of thl :
trouble." Ohtulnahlo everywhere
Tea ia poliion to a Iwby.
nor.sfii ar.d children the crrjployr.i'-nt
t gu;:iri n the noppft-alon of other)
v.cial r;ir:ts agi.'nut lalKir are made :
;n taint part of the repirt to coiiares j
framed by.lUrria Weinnlwk. Richard j
H. Aishton and S. Thurston Ballard
of the I'nited State conamiiuiou on In- j
dustrlal relation according to a state-
mont given out here by Krank P. j
Walsh ehairmtn of the corrniission. j
The cotKnifi.tion'a reportu to con- i
im i( which there are three were j
signed In Chicago recently by the dis-
nciiling groupt of the commission. The
coi!imSHlon was made up of three rep-r-entative
each of the public the
! employer and the employed. Mr.
j Mallard Mr. Weinatock and Mr. Aifih-
! ton were the representatives of the
"The revel.it lona In the Welits'ock
r'port" Mr. WalHh ald "will come as
a shock (o that employing clans that
has been busy denouncing the advance
xunfmary of the main report of the
comii'lKiiion aigned by myself and three
other members of the communion as a
pro labor finding. As a matter of fact
every admission or concession con-
tained in tho report of the representa
Uvea of the employers was based on
'findings of the -itaff of Investigator
jupon which the mail; report Is based
and (bene admissions and confessions
support In every particular the find-
i Ings which In the main-' report were
hailed In New York as radical and ;
sensational labor propaganda."
I Mr. Walsh' statement was In answer j
to a btatement Issued roeetitly by Mr. j
WeinsliM k dealing with the dissensa- j
Hon of the commissioners as to thuj
reports Mr. Walsh said. . I
In everv walk of life t
yoi'il find good old "Bull" Durham
Merfof action men with red blood Li -their veins who do the
world's work and do it well !eam to appreciate things at their real
worth. They are not fooled by frills they demand honest value.
These are the millions of men all over the earth who find com-
plete healthful enjoyment and lasting satisfaction in "Bull Durham.
s SMOKING TOBACCO
These fresh fragrant cigarettes they roll for themselves; wKtheir)
own hands to their own liking from ripe mellow "Bull" Durham
tobacco suit their taste better than any ciga-
rette they can buy ready-made.
"Bull" Durham hand-made cigarettes are
a distinctive form of . tobacco enjoyment
wonderfully comforting and satisfying. Their
freshness and flavor are a revelation. Roll a
cigarette from Bull Durham today.
An Illustrated Booklet show-
ing correct way to "RollYoui
Own'' Cigarettes and a Pack
age of cigarette papers will both be mailed
j;ec to any address in United States on postal
request. Address "Ball" Durham Durham N.C.
THE AMERICAN T03ACCO COMPANY
No meat should
be given to a child
Piece of raw potato clean an In-
fant' feeding bottle better than any-
An insect In the ear may be floated
out by putting in a few drops of warm
FOLEY KIDNEY PILLS I
0K SAfcKACHE KI0N&yAHQ BlAUOiK '
8XJ5555!lJ8KJ5E;3'SaaS2) roaked. He saw the storm coming (The suit involve the property on lots
! LOCAL .MOMENT
McAlenter has passed an. ordinance
prohibiting any person under (Hi years
of age driving an automobile.
IM inches "of rain fell in I.og.-in
If I Iv.VAtVJ
A.h for FREE
mnrhttrm of ' 'iMDfn"
aacA 4c lack
t . fir1 n. . .-v .
-J .4.' IIW -1
si'.d made an extra hard effort r. 1 and 2 block 38 Capitol Hill
b'?at it to town and says he would
have succeeded were it not for t!:e
fact that his. machine went dead Just
58 the first drops began to fall ai:d
'.vhen the alluring lights of the city
Children should not. be hotter than
adult tliv temperature should be
from Sfj.G to 93 degrees.
An organization of
of Plljtrihi.irg county
(it Crl Bow OnM
i No child should sleep on the floor
as all heavy impure air sink to the
aoft and vclvnty. Minify buck if not en-
tlralr P'i. Nndlna la tur and harm-
le. Adharaa until waiihad oflt. PravenU
unburn and rnturn of diacolorntlona.
A million delighted uaera prova M valua.
Tlnlai Flffh Pink llrunctta WliUa.
' By ToiUt Counlort or Mml 60.
Naliimal ToiUt Cotnpanr Paris Tann.
Kan Aiitonii Tex. Aug. 2:1 iK. (i.
.MilllliHii fotnmrly of (liitlirle Okla.
wa shot and Instantly killed at T :'.'
o'clock Saturday morning. ' I'. I'. Swedliih mothers put money ' Into
Bennett a traveling aleman rejire-1 their child's first bath believing thai
lentliig the Hi m iiton i Hardware com- this bring future wealth.
pany of St. l.ouls was arrested by
the pollen. Dennett rei'used to make Green wallpapers should never be
anv statement other than the shout- j used- In a nursery as some contain
i lug resulted over fau lty trouble. laisenic. If a piece on being burned
'I The nffray occurred on the side-j suiellu of garlic arsenic Is present.
walk In front of the International;
: And Great Northern hotel. ' Two FOil SAl.K Business college sthol-
i allot were fired. One struck .Mini-
kail In the In-art and he fell In the j
door of the hotel. The other shot j
went wild. I
the poultry n;en
was . perfected
Saturday. Egg and chicken will
hereafter he shipped to the markets
In car load lots. Some sense to that.
ariihipa at Leader. office.
THE IHEIKODISI UNI
VERSITY OF OKLAHOMA
College Academy Kindergarten
Training Komestle Science Art
Oratory An I'nexcelled Music
m iioiil. Faculty of Expert Choice
Athletic sport and Intercolle-
giate contest. A acliool where
merit win. Kxpcnsc low oppor-
toultle the best wholesome mor
al environment. A. It. graduute
granted . life certlficatea by the
ute. First Pcuiester opens Sept.
7. Addrcsi The Methodit Univer
sity Guthrie Oklahoma.
u..$10t Reward $100 -. '
! Tha romlT of tlila papur will b
pbUMei) tu b urn thit lliern la at b ant nnu ;
Ucailod IIm.i tlmt cl.-ico ha bi-on
nlilo to euro tn all l lUagna. and Unit la
Ciiarrli. Hall' t.'aturrh Curu In tlio only ;
fHinlllvrt cuii now known lo tho mcdlcul
ralernlly. Catarrh being a conHtllutlon.il ;
OlKcfiBo require a cunstltuilurw.l trout- (
inc-nl. Itiill'n t.'atarrli Curo In tnkdn In- '
ternally a.-tlnir ilirwUy upon tho Mood i
and nun-mix urfiu-i-i of ttm r.vt'-n. th'-r'-
by tjtro'lng llio foundation of tbo dla- t
eiiiin and giving tlio pail.-rit aircngth by i
bullillnir ur tlio cont-tlintlon ami anlllnir
nutiiro in lining its work. Thn Troprlr-tora
hvo tn mil. h faith In !' eurativ.' rw-
rri that lli' V erf'-r Oun Hunilri il Jollar i
for nay rani that It fall to "r0-. '-;lJ
for lift of t'wtlmonlals. !
Ad.lma S. J- III Nl i CO. Toledo Ohio. 1
rel1 I'T nil Tmpi'l'.'. V. I
laka liall a l-'innilr 1'iUa lor eoDatlpa.ltoa. j
l'rieu."e cm-he as for butter by
r-inoilni; pi's and si'ols from outside
''living pe;l on. Drain off juice uflr
conking. Add three cups of cane an-
gut to eui-h five cup of juice. Loll
ilown to desired thlci.ness bottle ard
c ili Some danger of siKiiling during
varm weather when left open as if
('unary syrup. This ayrup is the eipial
of mupli; syru;i and far better than
i.::rglniiu.-l). II. II.
of Sorts a ;
P K 113
Mr. and Mrs. Ailoljih Huentlng re.
turned last night from Colorado.
They made the trip In their car. j
Miss Hess Kvear accompanied by j
Misses Marguerite Thomaa and May j
Dunham tet'.irnetl this morning from ;
Tonka wa where they spent the week-'
end with Ilev. and Mrs. Mallard. '
Miss Eva I.azoby is here fro r
Roanoke Va. a guest of the lone ho-'
tel while taking a treatment of mill-;
eral water baths at Municipal Hath-
house. !. Y. Williams Is here from ('.run-
Ito this week taking mineral water'
baths. 'Guthrie Ii certainly tho'
cleanest looking city 1 have visited
lu many days and tho mineral waters :
are Just splendid" he said.
Return from Tour of West.
Dr. K. 11. Sharp and Mrs. f-'ii;-r.
have returned from four months' t "i '
by automobile tLionsh the west. "W
(trta'nly had a'dnpt delia':tful line-
and a iprofltable one as well. If ther-:
is any point of Interest in tho moira
tains or idains of the west that 't-
failed to see it isn't on Ihe mai
said the doctor today.
Drowned In Washita.
While attempting to swim the Wa;:h
i'a river which is swollen from .ne
leceut rains Silhy Thompson 1 was
race War Averted
A race war wis
hi attempted as
sault bv a negro on a white woman.
v.v Ue a moh was forming the ne
vas hastened to Pert Hill and pla't"!
Li charge of the soldiers.
Receiver Appointed to Collect Rents
In the case of the Vuited Stales
Savinns bank vs. Marley V. and Alia
M. Smith Judge Hnippelle in district
conn today appointed A. II. Armstrong
--.. vnr for the purpose of collecting
rents until the case is finally decided
F. foot e Is
tonga on legal
GRAY Hi DAR
Judge .1. J. Carney is
looking alter some legal
the federal court.
business in '
Look young! Nobody can tell if you
use Grandmother's simple recipe
of Sage Tea and Sulphur.
3. The at-;
ii n opinio;; j
lien V. payo of .ltd-
regard to seizure of j
other vehicle used
RULING ON VEHICLE
Oklahoma City Aug. i
'orney general hss given
lo county judge
feiaon county In
In tram ii'iitatiiiu of liipior contrary
to law. The county judge desired to
I: now whether seizure and confisci-
lull coiiid he made under the Inf.
The opinion wis not de-isive us to
('--( lie Ihf law In favor of the ctaie
nn! it was siiKgcsled that the attorn-
ey general' office would be glad to
In it from
the trial of any
When everything: loei
wrong; and the future looks
I black instead of moping
around go right to your J
druggut and ask for j
You will find this a short
cut to happiness because
they will remove the cause
of your trouble which is
nothing more than a slug-
rases arts- gish liver. At your drug j
j gist -sugar coated or plain. j
A. 11. Ilunneweii oil operator In
the lllackwell field is here looking
after sole leases northwest. "I
heard that oil had been struck here"
ho Bald. i v
Towels and aprons of all kinds fur-
bished at very reasonable prices. Se
neforo yon buy. J. D. Cray.
K TOPICS OF THE
I TOWN AND 8TATE.
Almost everyone knows that Kage Tea
and Sulphur properly compounded
brings bm k the natural color and lustre
to the hair when faded streaked or
(:rii ; ulo ends dandruh" itching scalp
and stops falling Imir. Years njro the
only way to get this mixture was to
make it at home which is iminsy and
troublesome. Nowadays by a-king at
any drug store for Wyeth's r-age and
tMilpliur Coinpomid" you will get a
lare bottle of this famous oid recipe
for ubout 00 rent.
Crercent Woman Won Shoes.
Mrs. Howard Gooch of Crcsreni.
von the Bi:oes that were given at the
lli'own Dry Goods store .Saturday. A
l umber of ladies competed in ti e lil-
ting. An appreciative crowd witness-
ed the Cinderella event.
" oc! Does Carbolic Acid.
Veruon Dillon despondent over the
refusal of a girl to marry him. at-
tempted suicide at Oklahoma fit..
S.mday hy taking a dose of carhoiic
a id. He may live.
El-.ippde Select Elbertao.
Frank Hewitt shipped a 'bushel n! j
rhidce Elherta peaches to his Ito ii- i
er Dr. H. W; Hewitt who lives at
I.Micolu. Nell. today. The leaeiies.
. ire selected from an orchard ip-i
.arh measured more than 10 in "lies.
Spending Vacation in Kansas. !
Miss I.illisiri Vlektrs .stenoKrapIic-T1
in th: oil'ice of I'nited States marshal
in the federal building is -.spending
her vacation with . relatives '. at iun-
Appointed Field Deputy. 4 .
T. D. Iloystou has -been ap.oiuti.d
as one of the Held deputies in the in-
erne tax doparuiteal by internal Hev.
enii!: Colkytor Hubert Ilolen. Mr.
'.ojsi'.m was lonmrly vity audit'. r
of Oklahoma City. '
papers for sale at The Leader
Mix ;he (cntcnts of one pint cau cf
lrt-ah crnte 1 coru with one-hall pint
'.-f milk six level tablespoons biUieiv
lvo eggs one -quarter teaspoon Pep-
per ont-half teaspoon salt one-ljiviE
I '.it flour or cuougrt to make a.douga
that is easily handled ona teaspoon
l-akini? powder. If corn is juicy 'drain
tear off sonu pieces of the dougii ill'."
iSe of a butternut and roll between
tho palms of hands droi into snink-
iiig hot fat and cojk until nieely
browned. Serve with tomato or brown
Try a Leader Want Ad.
BE PRETTY! TURN I Tf.e Gutbie Tent & c0.
113 SOUTH SECOND ST.
MANUFACTURER OF STORT. AND OFFICE AWNING3 TENTS
PORCH CURTAINS PORTABLE HOUSE TENTS HARNESS AND
Will Prove an Aid in Build-
ing Up That Worn
.u.'..d 9 .3
stay gray I Trv il! No one
can possibly tell that you darkened vonr
hair as it does it Ho tuitnrally "and
evenly. You dainmn a snonee or aofl
f. y. 'A : y. :k y. : k s :. s: as x )tuh with it ami draw thi. brmiKh
your hair taking one sinnll strand uta
. :. i . . . . '
Clsen Gets Beautiful Ducking. I. ' . "s vw Fra?
"I'l" . "ii nui r anotiier application
or two your hair lieeomes beautifully
dark thick and elosiv.
For sale hv
('has. Olsen was caught In th'j
btavy rain storm Saturday night
v bile returning from Cojle ulid get
Owl Drug Store.
THE HOT SUN OF SUMMER CN PE OFFSET BY USE OF THE
COOLING EFFECT OF A HEILMAN AWNING
TRY THEM. GET PRICES AND THEN GET RESULTS.
THERE IS NOTHING SO SATISFYING IN HOT WEATHER AS
AN AWNING. i i ...... ..
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