The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 37, No. 116, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 2, 1911 Page: 2 of 8
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PHYSICAL WRECK 1EST88E0 10
HEALTH IT SflEtT KiE-
1 (eel it my duty to furnish you with
y testimonial M ;o what void remedy
ateintrJtoox did for me when ! was a
do an work a
around and am saUi
not been for Dr. Kil:t
1 would not have
the preparation for c
able to work some
uaed $S.OO worth of
ettdd do a good day
1 wax not
ould onlv fail
Grows hair and
can prove it
i I had
1 Ued j
but Chicago P Hce are Skip-
iica: snd Place Mrs Louise
Vermiiya (Mt? Watch
X. L HTCK3
r. IMS N. I
Or. K'tmer A Co.
Blnghamton N. Y.
Prcve What Svsarr.p-Root
Will Do Fcr You.
send to Dr Kilmer A. Co.. Bing-
hamton N. Y. for a sample bottle.
It will convince anyone You
also receive a booklet o' vaiua
rnformaUon telling all about t
kidneys and bladder When writli
be sure and mention the Guth
Daily Leader. Reeular fifty-cent a
one-dollar size bottles for sale at
imcsgo .nov roiiee here are
pursuing their invest igation into the
.1 nearly half a score of reia-
' and acquaintances of Mrs-
Louise Vermiiya to make certain
the simiiar demises rottSti-
tuted only a remarkable series of co-
incidences as Mrs. Vermllya asserts
Ni!- ieat.is are included in the
knag it with wiiich Mrs. Vermiiya
name has been connected Including
two husbands two stei-cbildren. three
children and two roomers at board-
ing houses she kept.
Pending the report of the toticofb-:
gists who are examining the viscera!
of the last of the persons whose
deaths have occur re. I be
Vermiiya' roof thje polite
600 SONGS ARE ENTERED
will no arrests. No positi'
ibis crime .ias been uncos e
the ters received by the pi
new facts became know
Nevx Facts Brought Oi
That v.-hrie Mrs. Wr;
one of the members of
Iter Kit hard T. Stn
;as only a boarder it
(former roomer asserts
Professor To Pass On
its In Prize Contest
I and from
a an said
W as man
Hair Becomes Soft. Fluffy Lus-
I trous and Beautiful Immediately
After a Danderine Ittic Cleanse
" ' ! - i 0 " ' '
Get a 25 Cent Bqtle Now and
Forever Stop Falling Hair Itching
Scalp and Dandruff
A little Danderine new will immediately double
the beauty of your hair No difference how dull
faded brittle and scraggy just moLten a cloth with
Danderine and carefully draw it through your hair
taking one small strand at a time. The effect is
immediate ai d amazing- your lair will be light
fluffy ard wavy and have an appearance of abun-
dance; an incomparable lustre softr.e-s and luxu-
riance the beauty and shimmer of true hair health
T-v as ou will after an application of Danderine
you cannot find a sjir ie trace of dandruff or a hxise
or falling ha;r and youf scalp williot itch but
wliat will please you most will be after a few v. cek's
use when you will actually sre new hair fine and
downy at first yes but really new lair sprouting
all over the scalp.
Danderine is to the hair whst fresh showers of rain
and sunshine are to vegetation. It goes right to the
roots invigorates and strengthens them. Its life-
producing properties cause the hair to grow abun-
dantly iang strong and beautiful.
Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's Danderine
from any drug store or toilet counter and prove to
yourself tonight - now that your lair is as pretty
and soft as any that it has been neglected or injured
by careless treatment that's all you turely can
iiave beautiful lair and lots of it if you will just
try a little Danderine. Real surprise awaits you.
at Crystal Lake
there dogleg she
experience. She i
Special to the Daily Leader.
Columbia Mo.. Nov. 2 More than
60 entries for the Missouri state
song contest have been received by
W. H. Pommer professor of music
a . i i.:Hn..!... w : . . :
vr lrtrlz Jwith compos
the tr Ate selected last sprine. will
close November 30. The winner will
The committee selected to ju -the
songs are: W. H. Pommer Wil-
liam Schuyler Car" Busch W. F.
Mueller. Charles Galloway and D. P
this as a reas
on why she could discuss the deaths
That R N. Lruingto
Peoria and b
i. a photograph-"otiiL-rin-law
had made love
TAFT IS LIKE I
That there will be littl if nv rn.
1 acted those of
pick tthe -winn'
If all people
of her matrimonial history
desTes to give to the coro:
Smith Died in Convulsions
i mat smun niea in
eoasUpation would result in severe !ettled; but that
na alter drinking some substance week from a
hether medicine or not beim? us- iast trio
(Position among the Reiiub'icans of
J Oklahoma for an instructed delega-
tion from this State for the rennmint
lent Taft is the opin
ion of Congressman Bird S- McGuire
of the First Oklahoma district who
ons i -.iirned to Outbrie during tlie past
two months' pacific
i.h he tion
ent liver troi
Dr. King s N
It's the only
ty would soon tai
e Pills and end i
way. Best for b:
. dyspepsia cbil
it all druggists.
jse of aeath
Mth (n 'jmerous w
it.ng xm wmnaeauai talks be had hin) Ta
ith the widow while he was court- je jraeg
w ne: ts t-xpetiea to aeveiop new-
it.'' was Mr
is very muc
easily for he
Per sou a". 1
with the DOllcein. StJL t . .
YZ?' ? S3ld. Ir" ernil'ya Oklahoma is for him.
tcuu oi uiruuii ueresBiuu. in
j which she was fond of talkiug of
ideath and the many visits it had
made to those near and dear to her.
; He said to the police:
1 understand from news:
ports that Mr. La Kollette
(hided Oklahoma in his itin
I states soon to bo vUite.i. t
Li. v.-ton. Okla. Nov. 2. Education
among the Indians of Southwestern
tribes is ne of une great factors in
the civilization of these clans. Sen-
ator T. P. Gore of Lawton and Scott
Ferris ot Lawton. represontative from
the Fifth Congressianal dictrict are
doing their part in giving Oklahoma
Indians a broader education.
They favor the establishment near
this city at some point in the "Bib
Pasture' reserve an industrial school
taught to till their allotments they
will make respectable citizens but
until that time they will be a draw-
back to the country in which they re-
side i he American Indians with a few
exec tlon are last becoming de-I.hji.'.-
nt upf n their own resources
there lg no longer any land unoc-
cupied or analloted to be given to the
rjNwnnwt Tryfng to fitrilect
$110000 Duly on
Special to Daily eoder
Washington. Ij c Nov. 2 The su-
preme court of the I'nited States iias
taken up f:r : itial disposition the
case Involving the famous $S44000
petrl necklace of Mrs. W. H Leeds
which has been a suoject
since 1 H'kJ over ttie duty to
l he question before the
court i to determine wh
. nited States is entitled t
per' cent duty on the gems
ed as "pearls in their natural state
not strung or set." or whether it is
entitled to 66 per cent on them as
"pearls set .r strung."
Paid the First Appraiaement.
About a week after t.'ie stones were
imported by Bernard Citroen in I90v
and after a duty of 10 per cent had
been collected the government made
a demand for an additional duty of
50 per cent amounting to $l U'.mw.
Utroen came to Washington it is
said protested against the additional
duty and asked for a refund of the
the duty already paid and that he
be permitted to return the pearls to
France. The request was not granted
The additional duty was pai.l and the
pearlg turned over to Mis. Leeds.
The circuit court of appeads held
that the pearls were dutiable at only
16 per cent. The government will re-
ly largely upon Mrs. Leed's testimony
to obtain a reversal of that holding.
In its brief in tne case it quotes Mrs.
Leeds as saying tiiat she wore the
pearls a great deal In Paris in lltufi;
that the purchase wa8 made there
bat that pearls were to be delivered
in America she placed the purchase
price at f344M66 and explained that
she turned over in Paris as part pay-
ment another necklace of pearls for
which she had paid 162666.
D:vorced Firat Wife 3 Marry Her.
Mrs. Leeds who was Miss Nannie
May Stewart the daughter of a weal-
thy Ohio banker was regarded as one
of the prettiest girls in Cleveland
when she was married to George E.
Worthingfon. At first it was believed
that the match had been well planned
but it was not long before their mat-
rimonial bark struck rough waters
and .Mrs. Wortiiington obtained a di-
H 0 W 0 Pj fPfiflff j
if Here is the correct . I
r frWwAflr for men suitable tm I
Unm i the correct
fnnfwAtif for men suitable
lfnr all rvnrflRions.snaDOvand up-to-
date in stvie and finish possessing the
tlmnol in wivirinr fin: llitv. I hev hold their
sha their stylish lines to the end.
Only the very choicest materials are used
in makinc? Maver Honorbilt Shoes the
uppers sole leather linings and trimmings
are oi the very highest grade selected for
their special fitness for fine shoes.
Mayer Ilonorbili Shoes give the greatest amount
oi shoe satisfaction because they are made right
they are "built on honor."
Made in ill styles and sizes fcr men women and children.
To be sure you are get-
ting the genuine lootc
for the Mayer Trade
Mark on the sole. Sold
by leading shoe deal-
ers everyw here. If
your dealer will not
supply you write
i to us.
F. MAYER BOOT
& SHOE CO.
ii fiord to
tion to tl
he Slightest consider
ims of the WTaconsi
a if I wa.s afraid of death."
w Coincidence Developed
A uc w wun lurn. e aevejo(e.i tit "Retub
I day to Lowing the sudden iilniss i staild 'f
.lire v eriuia ner.-en. uen a nor
r living in the house adjjiuina. Mrs.
rjr iwwmiu. u UrU. expediency and the good of th
Mrs. Vermllya tald inquirers m tne 1 ! " .hoJe j rpgar him
y she had never studied medicine : . . .. ;'h " ir....
e rapidly diminishing and
ultimately become suojects
of Oklahoma DUght t
lent Taft not onlv oi
account of state and sectional inter
jests but on the broad plane of part)
doing the most
gcod among tne Soutu western Okla-
homa Indians is the cue near Lawton.
established for th
iches. It is
it was about t hi time that Mr.
Leeds met her and he immedia'ely
became infatuated with the beautiful
divorcee. Unfortunately for his plns
he was already married although he
and his wife had completely dn'ft?d
apart; but this difficulty wis finally
overcomeby the payment it was
said at the time of i million dollars
to the first Mrs. Leeds.
Three days alter the Leeds divorce
vas granted Mrs. Worthi igion be-
jeweiry to the value of more than a
million dollars a mansion on fifth
avenue estimated to be worth twice
33 much and an ocean-go. ng eteim
yacht and it was on one of their vis-
its to Paris that he bought his wife
the pearl necklace.
Mr. Leeds ned in 1908 leaving his
wife an estate estimated to be wc-th
m i c.i.i avlBBBrrr1"USBBBBBBxanitfnn
I)':"!: i i M-irK. on . n ? sum vmamaammtmtm
BpMHK urtjjarT ttm Mayfr Hor.orMIt Shoes for Children
;'-!v 'jgSPr'K We also make Mayer "Martha Washing"
j;" ton" Comfort S!ues and "
Look for the Trade iS.
Mark on the sole 117?
illness she insisted she
WHICH of the few titles
listed would you like to
read? These books are in beau-
tiful bindings and are the best
works of fiction. They were origi-
nally published in the $1 .50 edi-
tions and won the approval of the
reading public. At this popular
price you can well afford to read
the books that you have promised
yourself to enjoy. A complete list
oi more than four hundred titles
for the asking.
When a Mao Marries
Miry Robert Rinehart
A Buthand by Proxy . Jack Steele
Tbe Matter uf Appleby . Francii Lyode
Tbt Fortunes oi lifi
Molly Elliot SeiweJl
Tbe Furnace oi Gold
Philip Verril! Miffcck
Stul oi Tartuf . . Elizabeth Miller
Teat oi tbe Storm Country
(irate Miller White
Rote MacLeod . . Alice Brown
Montliret . . Aliee Prevcott Smith
Hazel of iieatberland
Dimbie and I . Mabel BarnctiGrundy
1 be Bow ol Orange Ribbon
(S Amelia .. Ran
Friendabip Village . . . Zona Gale
Tbe Primadonna . F. Marion Craniord
was innocent and conder
lice for maintaining
Deaths Being lnvestlg;te
The deaths which are
ed into are as follows:
Fred Brinkamp first
Chanel Vermiiya second
died after six days' illness
tiitls" at Maplewood 111.
daughter died at Baarington
ora Krinkamji sycar-old
died at iir.rrington.
arry Vermiiya ste)
Lillian Brinkamp btep-dau
come out strong for his renomina-
tion and re-election. Oklahoma
spoke first In 19'8 and no mistake
was made. To know President Taft
is to love and admire him to respect
and honor him.
In my opinion the tariff question
I w ill continue to be the issue upon
.which the Republican party can take
its aland and safely go before the
ent invoice taken of i
teludtng buildings and
Ig to the school anion
nan minion dollars.
There are about 2u) Comanche In
' the POM
)1 the re-
iroperties. is belong-
dian girls and 1
school. They at
tiling in the wa
and sleeping apat
Fj.iains to a
and it is 1
..- states are
" "' Mr. McCuir
-It was t
monia in ( blcago
Richard L- Smith conduct!
reported to i.e tuird husban
boarded at her home.
Arthur Bisscnette policeman
er to whom she was engaged to be
married. Died of "gastritis ' but
What Caused Investigation
It was the soddeonesi
ette's death coupled wit!
ow's statement that he I
to drink whereas members of the
police force had known him as an
?r that prompted the investi-
and a determination of the
to have lue policeman's vis
cera examined by the toxicologist.
Professor Walter Haines a poison
expert who testified in the Hyde
murder trial at Kansas City is mak-
ing the examination "and expects to
McGuire took particular
scertain the sentiment of
and of the party leaders
is opinion that the roast
for Taft. In this regard
e same wherever I went.
d elsewhere the Kepub-
s were for Talt's renom-
m Anddarko in
e of the school
known as the
ng was to be
not even Law-
ton. A large frame building was erect
ed ;mi ready for occupancy the first
Of January l.siu. Not having room
to establish what
Fort Sill Indian s
Haddon arrived n
seen but native pra
Saved Many From Death.
W. L. Mock of Mock. Ark. believes
he has saved many lives in his 2o
vears of experience in the drug busi-
ness. "What I always like to d
he writes "is to recommend Dr. King's
New Discovery for weak sore lungs
bird colds hoarseness obstinate
coughs la grippe croup
it a number of m
for I feel
Is your husbsnd cross? An irrit-
able fault finding disposition is oiten
due to a disordered stomach. A man
with good digestion is nearly always
good natures. A great many have
been permanently cured of stomach
trouble by taking Chamberlain s Tab-
lets. For sale by all dealers.
enough for both gii
school the first jjr
boys only of whot
torty. The second
were allowed to go
Growing from oik
the twenty years i
has now tive ex
brick buildings wh
tory the boys'
joys in the
i given to
THE OWL DRUG
e& n time t
wouid not i
icr left today to
e to investigate
'etmUya's the death
AGREE ON HIGHWAY ROUTES
Eastern Oklahoma Delegates Plan
Two Cross-State RoaOs.
frame building in
if its existence it
it stone and
ch are the school
the girls' dormi-
house and residences of the superin
tendent and teachers.
The cost to the government to
maintain this school providing books
teachers salaries clothing and food
for the Comanche Indian children is
over $30000 a year.
s the best throat f
that's made." Easy
Get a trial bottle
regular 50c or $1.00 bottle.
teed by all druggists.
would keep her under strict
Torturing eczema spreads its burn-
ing area every day. Doan's Ointment
quickly stops its spreading instan'ly
relieves the itching cures it perma-
nently. At any drug atore.
Challenged for Implied Bias.
Muskogee. Okla. Nov. 2. A confer-
ence between the state highways de-
partments and 400 delegates from
twenty counties in :astern Oklaho-
ma was held here to agree on a ten-
tative rcute for two state highways
one crossing the state north and
south the other east and west.
The north ajwl south route virtnal-
"v parallels the Mi'sour Kansas and
Texts railroad. The east and west
line will run either from Fayetteville
Ark. through Tahlequah into Muiko-
gaa i r from F'ort Smith through Sai-ii.-aw
into Muskogee. F'rorn here the I
agreed route west is through Haskell
sainni!gce.S40kemah and Sbawnecc
to Oklahoma City. The routes rec-
ommended will be referred to the
state highway engineer for examina-
tion and approval.
Easy to put on easy to take
off easy to tie the tie In.
oltitt. vuIt ' oirt!iy. Mikrra Troy !t. T
Perkins Oklahoma Banker
Finds License He Bought
the Wrong Kind
John A. Hicks a young banker of
Perkins Okla. walked into the office
of County Clerk K. M. Hamlin at Still-
water several days ago and asked
for a licence. He didn't state what
kind but stipiiosed that the clerk
would understand of course.
Clerk Hamlin went into tbe vault
emerged w ith a big book and proceed-
4 mowy Awax
Color of eyes?" he asked.
Gray." was the somewhat surpris
ed but smiling answer of me young
itT it in the Bank
MOST FRIENDSHIPS cease when they cost a man
money. Have you ever needed money and asked it of
your friends? What did you get? Have money of YOUR
OWN safely deposited in our bank and be independent.
Make OUR Bank YOUR BANK.
RAILROAD MUST PAY TAXES
of under the "automatic"
'aesed by the legislature
thi book put
I 3 at!
tore the license from
n bis official sea
& G- Loses Application For which provides for thp f.iBQJm
Temporary Injunction rai!road taxeg on an earnjng haiJs
- of the distrirt inlaws e n
Oklahoma City Okla.. Nov. 2- H whleu tthese suits were ttled sat
niprome court has denied tem-) bac at McAlester and after hear
porary injunctions a:-ked by the lf.j 8 the arguments denied the annll-
O. & G. Railway rompany to suspend tton of the company for temporary
the collection of taxes assessed I injunction. The company then ap-
against the company by the state Iealed to the supreme court
."Sli" S con"et . "e cUon of thte eenrt. a-
anOCT. 'I' ". imhm ot me lows the appeals to be heard on their
l 1 11 M il i-Ii 'II' inn lui'livia rtniiiile n..-Ji - . .
i ----- vhk. m jo.id v tiunii ilitr IK WIU t-afiioi
One dollar and a quarter please. I;S"rri 10 proceed witD tne col lee-j grant 'a temporary injuncti
Mr. HfCka cheerfully paid the sum
named it being considerably lower
than he had understood would be ask-
ed and picking up the money left
the office. It was not for long how-
ever. Suddenly the door opened and
Hb ks rushed back in
"Here 1 don't want a hunting II-ceii-c;
i want to get married." be
.' t f ' In nmvnnt ilin .. ..... .. m. .
..... . u. wU-.n iai Liie lenenng with tbe collection of the
sessment Is Ukgal because made taxes by the various county autaoff
der the ad valorem tax law instead . ttfes pending the trial. "-
Only One "3ROMO QUININE." thet U
Laxative Bromo Quinine JL
Cu-es a Cold in One Dey Crip in 2 Days T&jy
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