The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 38, No. 86, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 3, 1912 Page: 3 of 8
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.TIIK LKADER aUTJIRJK. OKhA. WKOXKSDAV A1MML:: l!)12.
DISTRESSING SCENES WIT-
NESSED IN FLOOD TOWNS
Cedar Hapids la.. April ::-Three
more lives five within tliu week
v.orc claimed by the Veiir river bore
last nislit. With the water a night';
torrent mid over the banks in mauj
places of tl city three young- men
V. 'K. Sheets .Tamos Shoulders and
I? corse Meyers started out In a skiff.
At'th( rapids the boat struck a pier
Their crhs Tor heip were heard '
pedestrians and men rushed to the
banks found boa's and tried to go
t6 their rescue but In the gathenir;
dusk t lie swiftly moving current pre-
' lemplils Teiin.
RTeatPBi vo1um' o!
.raring -'down the
the main banks of
inalned intact last
levees are broakins
lpaiu revet nients
with-itand the t"o
April With the
water in history
the water way re-
niiilu. but private
; and wbetlier the
feet or more of
the levees are in bitter shape than
during any previous flood. Hut ii H
pointed out bv experienced Hon it will
be greater than ever.
Two Levees Break
: In the vicinity of Cairo two out
side levees broke. These outlets have
relieved to some extent fhft strain at
Cairo and has Riven those fiph'ins to
hold the water within the 'lounds at
that city fresh hope.
At Point Pleasant Mo. where the
river went throusli several days ago
a. mile of levee is none. The- lowlands
are flooded to a depth of four to She
Iiiida. Mo. is threatened
point ibe bank has caved to
of danger ami every availabl
at work building a s'.orl loop
A I that
1 loan I
the dange one.
Near Embankment Crest
111 the .Memphis district Hie While
river front is glvins the greatest .on-
ecrn. This levn is below the stand
ard size and in .many places new.
Last nibt the -water was near lb"
ereste of the embankinenl and before
;the liiizlii'sl Klagf: is reiedn'I it. . is
probable the levee "ill be topped.
Modoc Ark. "u miles south of He-
lena sent an alanrdng report of
sloughing banks and aid is boiii" hur-
ried to lhat point.
In Tonnep.se the levee in Obion
county which prelects Reelfoot lak
from flood water is boimr topped and
sand bass are being stacked on the
levee in an effort to bold back the
Hundreds Driven from Home
oilllt of Memphis lh levees are
holding but. many thousands or acres
outside the main embankments :ie
under water and the inhabitants hav
fought safely on the hills.
Memphis proper is facing a soriom--situation.
In North Memphis back-
water from Wolf river a tributary of
the Mississippi has overflowed liuyoti
tiayoso. Several hundred families
have been driven from their homes
and a score or more of industrial
plants have been forced to suspend.
Two Thousand Homeless
Hick elan. Ky.. April :! Willi uie
.Mississippi river levees broken o.i
both the Kentucky an(' Missouri
shores the stores here flooded. "Mo-
torics inundated. L'.U'JO persons home-
less and railroad service stopped the
question oPAhelior and food is .lecotn-
ing serious. Owing to the lack oT
train service- .here ;nd at f'oliimbu ;.
ff iits sent bv state authorities did in c
arrive todav and County Judge Xayloi-
Has notified Governor McCreary that
nrovisious for the refugees will be
uliort. In a few (iavs
' Tlie lireak in the railroad levee at
AYcst Hickman was a hundred feet
ton? iin.l u-nli-r iliicli not ver t
reached t bo maximum is up to the
;.ccoml stories of soti) dwelling
Late last uigbt 'be '"vee
Missouri side opposite Hickman ;
way but the farmers had been warned
and escaped to a chu'-cb wbi h stands
on a hill. Tli re they were iiucov-
ered ties morniug and resrime.
This Will Interest Mothers
Mother Cray's Sweet Powders for
Children relieve. Kevcrishness. Head
nche. Had Stomach Teething Disor-
ders move and regulate the I'.oncl-i
and destroy worms. They brak up
Colds in. 21 hours. I'sed by mot hen
for vears. .Ml Druggists. LT.e. Sam-
ple FRi;;:. Addrtss A. S. Olmsled.
I.eKoy N. Y.
RC AL r. STATE TRANSFERS
. C. tilngo'd el uv
al f :au joti I".. 1 1
lo J. U Hill in i-e;
block p.i. W. O.
to J H Hilliir:-
:v all lots i :..
WfJ I. Mill loK t. J.
block 71 K. !.
John Sims ct ux to
-liecj wd Jl.l'uu Stv I I I
A LOWER BELMONT
Chictt Pcabodv & Co. maker; of
1 1 iii i iii i nil -64tu- It
II COMPLETE CURE OF .
I am ideated to testify to Hie met
its ol Dr. Kilmer's sUutminlloot
whidi 1 had occasion to use for bind
dor trouble which my physician was
unable "o relieve.
Kour liftv cent bottles ol' your rein
edy effected :. complete euro.
inrnoi; vam divinsi;
Slate of Michigan
t'ouelv of Monlenlm
The Iwi-e'oliu' tins tils I Hi dav of
.J 11 J v I :(:. been subscribed aid sworn
to belore me a Nolaiv I'ubllc in anu
for .Montcalm county VieiVizun.
FRI01) A (M.KASOX
Dr. Kilmer & Co..
Binghamton. N. Y.
Prove What Swsmp-floet Will Do
Sep to )r. Kilmer & Co. P.sng
liamton N. Y. lor a sau'ide bottle.
It will convince anyone. You vvilj
also receive a booklet if valuable in
formation telling all aboit. the kid-
neys and blurbler. Warn writing
be sure and mention the On brie Daily
Leader. Regular lifty-cetit f.nd one-
duller sie buttles for sale at all
po" ia I
.1)1 i ti i for tin
seven months i;d-
cai s (.!d. saw t lie
having two teeth
waru Kennedy. Ill
light toilay upen
Mr. Kennedy went to a dentist's
beyond human aid by ye .specialists
and bad obtained a pern-' ion from
Ibe blind relief land.
I melon; j'.-ive tip' cause as paraiy .
is i ' t he i pi i;- Pel l e.
M r. Kennedy w ui to ' a den' ist s s
olbce ! iifli'l-iii.; : -evere pain. An ex-
am ilia t ion I: w ei I Inn I -1 1.
an upper ni'.lar and a wiSinjn toolh
were badly ulcerated neeessila t hit;
c I rai f ii i)i. 1 1 a 1 1 i I had t be second
tenia been i'lilliil when Air. Keuiied.i
I can sei
I can see
can sec von''
't'ln- dent el can nol explain
seeircd to Kennedy a miracle
Kennedy i i!l i on -nil. an o
I'here is more Catarrh in
I the last
tiou of the country enui all
eases put together am nut!
J my years was supposed to
able for a great many oars doe-
iors ironoiincrd il a local disease a. id
prescribed local remedies and by
constautlv tailing to cure' ".villi local
treatniciii pronounced it incurable.
Science has proven e.-itirrb to a
.'.institutional disease and therefore
inquires coiislitutional treatuient.
lialTs Catarrh Cure manufactured by
V. J. Ciieney tV Co.. Toledo. Ohio is
the onlv const i'utional eitre on the
laken int'-rnaily n:
(loses from in drops to a tcaspoonful
h acis direielly on the b.oOd aim
mucous surfaces of system. They
offer one hundred dollars 'or a""'
case it fails to cure Send lor eireu
Jirs and testimonials.
Address: F. J. CHI-INKY ti. CO To-
Sold by Driiggist.e T-'k-.
Take Hall's family Pills for consti-
pation. Think of it. All the sweet Spb:os
used ia pastry are put up together
under Till-; ALTON COODS Label
for only pio per package
i' ) i i' tt i1' e e'
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NOTES OF THE THEATRE
M ill ! ! l Ji it it it it
it lit it
. iJ' '.V V
Delia C'arke in "Introduce Me''
Om of the important events of tin1
ioeal theatrical season is he engage-
ment of Delia Clark j and iiev ca U ot
Metropolitan comedians in her charm-
ins new pla Introduce Me." ThU
will be the offering at The Hre"ks on
Sunday next and from the reports oT
the play from places whore it has
been presented it will b as wcli-onm
an allr.K-liiMi uill iho.
INTERIOR DEPARTMENT IN-
CLINES TO GIVING OKLA
HOMA WORST OF DEAL
Washington. April :!.--The depart.
m?nt of interior is divided axatnst
itself on the ipiestion of irrigation in
southwestern Oklahou.a. and til'
divi-sion of opinion is on feasibility
of liit- proposed .projects in that
country may lead to the eventual do-
feat oi assistance fro in the govern.
mcnt. although the state 'of Okla-
homa is probably more entitled to
government aid than any other.
Representative Scott. Kerris "nS
been adi-ely enileavoring to fofcu
some ilelimio Jeeistou ironi tne ue.
part mcnt ever since the demand tor
the systems . was laid before depart-
ment oiticiai.s by Scnateir J. IJIuier
Thomas .1. S. Soule and J. D. .Moore
a lew weeks ago. hs i st ti n t Secre .
tare Adams J it II v believes the pro
jects at l.awtoii West Cache and
aigert and Otter creek are feasible
mil should in the light of recent
ilroutiis anu ercwi laiiures ne union
i least invesugaieu.
On the other hand. Director New.
H ol' the reclamation service is do-
- ing everytiung lu ills power to pre
vent. Oklahoma getting a square deal
lie cannot seemingly convince him.
-elf that the Oklahoma projects are
wortbv. lie declares that ihe char-
eier of the water it containing' a
;reat amount of salt would kill the
rops and furthermore woi.fil event-
Uallv make the land over which it
was Mm valueless. The Oiilahom.
ins nave specillcallv shown that .geo-
ogical survey reports coiitrad'ict
Think Fanners Unreliable.
In addition Newell declares that
even though Ibe farmers of the' at-
.ected region now are willing to
pay their share of the total cost of
irrigation systems due to the drouths
of the past three
allow lb' systems
ruin in. Ihe ea rs
would in it lake tin
leresi in keepim;
years they would
to go to rack and
when there was
lie believes they
same care or in.
up their ditches
should there be a pleulltul natural
supply of water and consequently
argues thai the government would
be throwing away Ihe money. To
this argument the Olabomans have
advanced the statement and peti-
tions signed .by hundreds of farmers
pledging their continued support to
any irrigation systems the govern-
ment may see tit to father. Kurther.
more the '.point out the met that
the several private projects which
have beet! established are prosper-
ing a. id that lieldf before barren
have l.cen mad" to bloom. This al-
so is one ol' their arguments in reply
lo tip' statement that the' characer
of Oklahoma water is such Unit as
to injure the crops.
There is one peculiar fcaturo of
the proposition winch (he Oklahoma
irrigation boosters dislike ami have
not boon slow to express to t.lu de-
Election May Alter Attitude.
The state in past years has contri-
buted to the general reclamation fund
about Jiinni);(.'iO from the sale of
surplus lands of which about $i7.0uu
has been spent in investigating the
feasibility o! Oklahoma systems. In
slates which have contributed a far
less amount the government has
in a profligate fashion
In many of tiie'e
there is a comparative
ly small Indian population. vast
sums have been spent to irrigate In.
dian lire's and now when Oklahoma
comes up befor the department
with a plea lor irrigation projects
(M en though two-thirds of 1 1" e in-
d'iau .population of the country re
sides within her borders Newell
gives iier Ihe icy shoulder. The in-
justice ol the ollicial seems unques-
tioned. This at tit mh) ma alter
somewhat alter -tbe 'v .jiitoident'ial
There is a -possibility that despite
Newell's objections to giving Okla-
homa a (hanee for her white alley
in the irrigation question. Assistant
Secretary Adams and higher o licials
of the department will see fit te over-
ride him and order an investigation
of the project 'proponed. This is
only a 'bare possibility however f''1'
as H general rule the tuperior offi-
cers of the department take tlm 'eo
oiuuicndations of the htads of
smaller division under Iheiri
Fire Losses Reduced.
A reduction of more than J.vi.nnn
in the state lire loss from themont'i
of January niid more than $''. noo
from the month oi February is
shown by the Marcu report ol State
Fire .Marshal C. ('. Hammonds.'
An active healthy livt r
that never shirks its
work is reflected in your
eyes which sparkle and
shine with the joy of life
watch your eyes in the
mirror and take
at the first sign of dull-
ness. At your druggist
sugar coaled or pUin.
WOOL BILL PUSSES
HOUSE; VOTE 189 TO 32
Washington i c Apr'! ''l (-
lleiuocratic wool bill mi.-eem ibe bouse
last cvcni'ii; IS!) to Wl. with MvenM
proKressive Kep'ihlieans votiny; tor it.
Keprrseiitatives l!m Uer 01 Co'lorad-
and Francis of 'Jliio wen lb" only
iicmocrals bo voted auniiel iln. bill.
Why He Was Late.
"What made on mi late''"
"I met Smithson.
"Well that is no reason u
should be an hour lale eitin;.
'"I Know but I asked him 1
was feeling ami iie insisted on
inc about his slolnacb trouble '
"Piil you tell him to take
herla in's Ta blct s
"Sure that is what he needs
bv all dealers.
TO Ett COLDS
Don't Neglect a Cold Ely's
Cream Balm Will Stop It
in the Sneezing Stae.
A '"!.) e'iithIIv at.lA'ln tlm -akr- 1
poM fiffivtiivj tlir rv" (Old r-. in (t-ila"
iel 'rodu'-Hr.; iin.al efilnnb nnd tin '
I I'Mlhlr i ol lins V 1 old 1 . due tn iln in
flniiinin! ion ui lh" ne laorflti'- hum.' Iii" lor
.niv.i.u foid mny b" promptly i-iire.) . l !i
m 1 1 1 1 1 0 t.lv's Cii'.on Itnlno uhi'h iTiim i -ntl7
feliey"-. t li-- 1 1: fbiniriia' ion roel !l lie'
di'it rest. ii-
tie. Ibillll .1'
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leu von v l-y tbi-
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pine. ;o:!:q. ..
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tender :-ee .!"' -..
iti.lll" I I-"- .f . . ! l 1 b .
Iii-ot '.i. ' lo I'll- k ly
' the poismieiis di--!lie
b-ad ma! tic out.
t.' rn Hi s' err. 1
l.lv' t"fim I' din
11 1 id f ff tiuillv he
ehniee whu'b eleef.
eausiii' iho di-i.oe'
dnd blnwiii of the n
onlv diivi-s out the d'.-u-iC": but heal
stri'iiKrla-nn the wc-ikeied meaibroue. thu-
Catiitrli i a tiisliy di-zntiri' i
Don't put up -A-iili ir another ijy. (e-t .
."o i-i nt l.'itth' of I'.Iv's Crarn It'dm from
T'nir liruegit nnil see how oie k'y ym
will be relieved. It 13 pt rfu jly ii irn.l --
Agents Qnl Drug ri'.ore '
Wlio have best
We want to help more. We'd
like to help you
This mint leaf confection
brightens cleanses and
preserves teeth partly by
friction partly by the mint
Yes it purifies breath
sharpens appetite aids
digestion. But we're talking
of teeth. It helps millions of
teeth every minute.
Help yourself your teeth
and enjoy the refreshing juice
of fresh mint leaves.
Buy it by the Box
of any dealer U cmtt lest.
Tliu flavor lasts :
SERGEANT SHOOTS TWO OF HIS
MEN WHO DISOBEY ORDERS AND
THEIR WOUNDS MAY BE FATAL
I 'oil V
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old : n a lion
I and fiat
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larem e I'.ritioli
lie Ye!!ol Stone
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nil men i
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who is rt :
t-" i : 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -;"! h r i
itnre loolv siie.
V a : enillf i!l-i
with Carroll and he
to s In nit i o' h men
TlltS Sf.ldieis' Slat
1 ' '
i '. oil! 'od" in
til June of ei
tinned tin I'D I
side w oi !! 'e
no'.v. 11" tie- Mtia.i
oil from tiie
il as 1! i.t
miit of ne- s
North pole on a
Word as ' ii o - I :
lion by Ibitloii to P
Hill's bond in 'In- Co
liieie to Cod-.
1 ' .
L I t t '. f.i
liHiiL-y ; o
tie- it the
arly Saturday a
'auio lo the lorest
Vaiiti and from
tne wounded sold.
mi n In :
1 u 114s. w
ill be re-
In a. Cody
t li ro
Vea: . . I
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ed by tin
a' t. be Wtkc punish
11 hoi Hies
I COLDS CAUSE HEADACHE
LAN ATI vIC CUOMO Quinine the
' world wide Cold and Grip remedy
! removes cause. Call for full name.
I Look for .siKiiiC.urc K. W. (J HOVE. 2Sc
1 frl'ly 1!' i.ci ii -iIm-:!
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I WOOD J31 birth Ay. 2fiti b
A DAINTY fASTtrt OFFCHING
Mt Iii' !C
VZ AVtr .... 't
PUSHED CIRL UNDER TRAIN
Woman Believed to Have Been Killed
Defending Self Against Attack
Scraiiton I'a.. April .' Louise
Curus 17 years old of 'Moosae wan
found dead today on a railroad track
near Avoca. It L supposed sh? lost
her life defending herself asainst an
attack by some man who Jr. th
sfruRsle imslied her under a passln?
train A man's overcoat was found
near by and its owner lias been '
In il head-on collision between toe
indue of an extra northbound freight
I rain ami a switch eiiRine on tli
main line of the Santa Ko railway tit
Wintield. Monday. V. I. Wilds hi-
iiieor of Knuinc No. 1 m.'.s pulling tlio
extra of ArkansiiH City was killed
and his Mrenian. Ii. V. Smith of Em-
poria was seriously injured.
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