The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 150, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 15, 1909 Page: 2 of 8
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Robust and SlronS-.-SpScndiri Appettip.
Mrs. K. ViVM. i:t7 Mam St. Meii:i.-ha ".Vis. writes:
"We liave u.-ed JVnioa in our family f ir ft number (if and when I
pay that U is s (inn medicine fur calm i h and colds I know what i a ni talk ins
"I have iKlU'dif every Spring ami Fall for four yettr. snti 1 find Hint it
kaeps lne robust. strong with splendid iij'T' tit.'. and free from any iUiicm.
"A few "y'curs ftt-o ft cured iiu-of catarrh fcf Hit' stojiiat.di ti Inch Hits doctors
Lad pronounced incurable.
'I am very ujMch jJortsin3 vnih SVrima.'
Bowels and KJniniiSCh.
Mta Mary Junes WIS Iiej Bold Aj?.
Chicago 111. write; .
"I ran recommend IVrnna as a Rood
snedier.ne for chronic catarrh of tiie
bowels and s torn soli. I have been treu!
led severely wiib it for over ilm-e year-.
I consulted two of Chicago's host doc-
tors but none seemed So make any Im-
. "Orw yr fco I began to take Perunn
iba wonderful tonic for women and I
nuticc-d a voudorfnl
Inijirovomt'iU at ncc
1 took PiS bottle n
Pe ru-na a
eiuccession and I ft 1 -wtiyi
have i on hand
to t4te &onc now sad
'Words cannot exuresa my praise fat
si rn pi-i.)
Wbii!(itt.3ii Xay 13. The president
'.:is sep! tho following snvmio itlons !
.. Cscar Fi.i'iiut;- of New York to bo
a;iibHK.-aloi' to Turkey.
WiiiiaiH WV l'.ycSthill. of tli( Di.-dricl
of CfcJua:!i!sr tv he utlasfc'ai!cr t Iiu;!-
Cssrle.j jfX'iiliy of JiidUn-i to be
consul ai Vienna
WilSkin . Hu!;c; of Wl-iconsai.
it ha coesul Rt Hera ui i i ti. Konc
A mod J'. Wil'l-r of wisconidii to h
con.-.iil $taeral at mmsiKbnl.
OitfK'iai I'5 iiililV l.e.ide!'
I'iitean Ok. .Via; 1 3 i tr r ins it fire
Msaf destrojed lite n niileneo l Jari:
Myers at .'Wiiliaimt. it was mcesitHry
to lift Mrs. i1.! u ?i Mid her weekuM
5) a by Uirf.nsh a viinj'.w to reKc.it"
(iieoi from the Mam. ;;. The ffre slar!.
M during (he nl-ltt wliiie the family
iji'as Ksloep. Nua. of the rami. tire
' aaved i'Ai'cjii itif one -tnnik.
A Heaping Saucer
Of Post Teastics wll h Cream!
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" The Taste rAti2ers"' .
Popular pki 10c; Lira i?jni!y sie I3f.
mumn-n .mottaHniCk'uarxxiiL'McjaK unuHBUum-lWBiun
tunic J w'ihcil (oilv niiii-ty
jionnd.s bo fore taking Pcruna now otii!
Ti'uiiiii'i il tjinctc'cn jiomiil-;
' "Any one who Iv.m chronic catarrh
tihoulii try FiTUfta'.''it will hcli" my
one." ' '
CaSarfs of internal Organs.
Mrs. I!. H .lack.ion H. V. 1. ! Kev
nian.tia. writes; "1 have had catarrh
i the . Internal orira.H for mure than a
year. I triwt other metiieiuos without
"I was persuaded to cive i'enuia a
trial aud tho lirst bottle proved a uo.l-i-c-ild
and after lakitu; ten hotlies I have
j-uceived a pormtnciit cure."
Her mother Mr?. John Hmmvnrth
ssys. "'1 feela-HtlKHtjili 1 "iif-'ltl to praise
I'ertnts alxivfl every and any ne'dicine
hu Ihu world for what it has dotio for usy
V.'AfiTS THEM KICKED OUT.
Special to Daiiy Leader.
Oklahoma City. May 13. A motion
t3 dismiss the jist-ty defendants I;.
A Il-irs llr. Jol-n Tlirnadgill. V. .!..
No-tni W. A. f ooks. I. V. Thut-
moivl. S?; F. .Johns am
H. Meek in
the d;iin.i.f( suit of M. King 0Kalu:-t
l. H. lijweth oonipsny Oklnhoina Na-
tional I ilo Insunitica cnmpatiy arui
l be C.dntitlda Hank fe Trust coHiir.v.
wax I'll.1.! xcK'f-r.hiv.
li wfci tin nlk'giiiiiiii of (he phfntif.
Usit he h;d piircliascij stock in the in.
urn a nee company from the orRanizer.
il. li. ibi'Ai'th A;. Co.. and that he lud
tuily .'ni1-' wiieti they misrepresent
t'd t -.pitalization of the1 company.
He further cliiaud th.it they had n?
i't.ttiH to lie bosisiess in the siai 31.1
t. k- fot $e.0uf) damage.
CHISEL DAVIS' NAME IN
CABIN JOHNS BRIDGE
Wasdiinsion. Iday i3 'iiy Slie end
;;f t!;e rc-ciU '.vei !: (ho siat:i" of Jid'
forum .thu'l.s 'wl'.l have been chiseled
aeaiiii Inb: ili. nijin? it! the famous
t "a Ida .Johns )u-lde;. six miles east of
Wa cit.v. ''rei.kleiii. ISoosi'VeK hav
iiij; eji . I histrut'iiumi to thin effect
previiiMii to his retlrenu'iit
liiinns Lincoln's A (Sniln'al ration
and af'or Mr. U.ivls had become presl
d ni of Hie t'otifedenicy. the iattcr's
name w:in chiseled out by some stanch
adherent of tho Union.
'I lie ia rt it'lcs
nidutli liKc ft'iil
ben ir4 not inort:
than that of
i ??. p
A rUeair.inc Jus" Home.!.
:'. T ; mi.! n. Y.;-.r'..s.
l com menec
li (' ;W hi
: ;-f'.'. pi.iii. '
I'.'runa Aiid '.
C( Mi id
i&i: ; !tT. ?.!!(( caa
si?y with ; 'lea.-lire t in; I it h:i.- done irt-irs
ivr me than any utln'r nu'diciiie 1 iiav?
t'Tci t..;ei:. Now 1 ;un as v.cli as ever
i (! all my ov;:i work aud si never harts
me at kW.
"I thujk fenriiTi la a trrent medicine
& ISotiSfholil Remedy.
Mrs. .". U. Walker Ml' Chestnut
Kansas City. Mo. member United Pres-
byterian Church writes:
'1 have been married eihi years and
have two children and have never ia
my life fuuinl any one medicine at val-
uable as u household remedy as iYraina
"My husband took it seven years ai;o
for a cold and catarrhal trouble. I use
it every year as a tonic and give it to
the children 1 n they tcke cold or
have any of the ailments which chiktroa
are addicted to.
"I found that it fs the only medicine
that we need and do not hesitate to rec-
ommend It ft a .splendid household
Could Neither Eat Nor Sleep.
Mrs. ij. I'- l-awler .S ?'. Uroad-
ay I'lttsbureli Kas. writes: "Peru-
jja is a novereijrn remedy for catarrh.
'Ijiialprlnp I i-autrhi a severe cold
which developed into a tier ions case of
catarrh. I felt weak and sick aud
could neither eat nor Bleep well.
"A member of our club who had been
cured of catarrh through the use of i'e-
runa advised mu to try it and I did no
at once in three day k 1 felt much better
aud within a week I wan well. I con-
tinued taking the entire bottle and
within two weeks I was in fine health.'
ftow Well and Hearty.
Mrs. Caroline Daft Route J Bryan
"I can testify to themeriisof I'oruna.
I have taken conmdern.blo of it and one
bot-M of Manalin and they both aro
must excellent remedies.
"I am an well and hearty as I ever waa
In my life and give the credit entirely to
Mow lias Good Appetite.
Mrs. Selina Tanner Athens Oh!c
j "1 cannot find words to express Hi
lihar.ks lor your k..d advice. 1 never
! once thought 1 had catarrh of Ui
"1 commenced taking JPeruna as yea
directed. My stomach continued to
hurt me for about two weeks after I
began the medicine and then it stopped.
'I now have a nood appetite wtii'
before 1 was nearly starved."
AGAINST FHIH EMMA
(Cy Associated Press)
Philadelphia May 15.-Suit was b-
nun her..- yesterday against Emm t
Ktnies who is charged with alienat-
ing the affections of Emillo tie Orv
gorzii. s 1-aritonn in her company. Tin
j complainant la the baritone's wife.
I he prirni rimma was served at the
hotel whore he is stopping here pri r
to het'deparluro for Jijnrope. No l a le-
nient wvs filed and Mrs. de GoR'ir-
it's attorney declined to talk.
Betitio Loewy counsel for Mrs. i
C'OKorzu iit commenting in New York
(onight. on - the . action ukeit in thl;
c'ly to obi ait! service on Mtue. Kann.;;.
"After jdevon yeuru of happine':S
with hei husband my diem hold:;
Mine. K unos ivsionsibI for cumin.i;
between tiiettt. The alienation suit
will be tried in Philadelphia"
After a heavy meal ake a coeple
of Doan' Kegulets and r!vo your
stoniacli liver and how lea the help
they wWl nee!. HegnletH brins easy
ref'llar i':;;.iKes of t.he iKiWlen
(Southwi siei-H I5. ess.)
llerlln. May 15. Tito reiclisinn
passoil the first suiil second reading of
the patent and trademarks asreemenl
between Ciennnny and th Unite I
States. The vote wtis nnauinious and
there was little discussion. Ur. June
i. tun w km lit ilie UKieeUii-iU ulu ilol
cum-'Mnite any grest pracllcU achieve
merit cf (leitnany although It HiKiii-
Fied a tiieoretieiil advance. The Aiuer-iean-.i
re-iped the Ki'eiler advantage
from it for no compulsion j work
patents existed in t lie Unl v.'. States
while under the agreenteti' - Ameri-
cans were now released front the Ger-
man 'Compulsion clause. Whether the
United States later would Introduce
c(iiipuUinn hctuld was uncertain but
lie addcii the possibility that Ger-
many Blight secure some advantage
which hitherto it did not possess.
The 'Jiittent Hg:'eemnt between Ger-
many slid th. United Siates was sign-
ed Kebn ary 2:! iit Wa.diliiRi.on by See-
ret. try Jiacon and (kstuit Henistorff.
the Genuaa nnihiissaihir n nil was rati-
fied byjhe United Biattfa ssnai.o April
ACTRESS AWARDED DAMAGES.
London May 13. Marie Ash a pret-
ty burlesque nclress well known to
patrons of the music halls was award-
ed $'i."i in Hit suit agtinst a mote
cab company for disfigurement of he
face in an accident.
CORBETT APPOINTED MARSHAL i
ijiroko 1 r.iv.; : :."i. :--r;y j
a meeting of the cit y eoua ;i
4('ra:g ''ppoiatrd ('. 'A. " ei-
tdial. lite isomSnid i i; let; cons' ;
I iTTif.OTcn ! Di cancn
. . ! Ill ILUII I Lu ! I LUIULU
m in sin
!:e-iv ('ok). ;1y i; Park Ji.
.Vusser r.ud;r bend to ;'p;ie:r in tha
'.vest side eriaiina! ciairi t- answer
(harpe;; of obtainina money by false
pH-teiisfs preferred by the Thomas ?.
I;al 'n;i tu-y company is u;e!er trie
care of a physicinu Hid i tniiriei
Hie Adams. Ue
fetares t n a
A pretty woman
cause of his desire
lavcsick one. His
bluftim; suicide to
was jjvea as the
to end life by tie.'
needs sr.y he was
brii.'ft her to his
side if it wiis a bluff it came very
near beiuR the real thins. r.s he was
in a precarious condition for two e'-iye.
He cannot letain anything on his stom-
ach and has a trained nurse ia at-
tendance. The romantic part of the story of
self-deKtrvtinn comes with iho ex-
planation of the desire to end it ai!.
Mussoj- was engaged to a beautiful
young woman back IC.ist. He caino
Went idel the eiisiisenient vax brok-
en. He married ami then heciinie di-
vorced. Chance -br 'tight the old-time
lovers ti gel In r in Dearer. Musser
paid ardent mention. The anest came.
iiiiii tnen .wnen tie was bound over to
the cr'niiiial court the young wom-
an did not have such ;i lender fooling
He tre-d u) show that he wjs tle
victim id perseciii ion. etc. but the
yoi.ns l.'idy was nol so e.i.-iiy miowr.
Klie went out with another young maa
the other niht and with a wail that
could l.i' heard all over the hotel
Musser swore he would end it all
He took something which made him
violont'y iil and told the nn.'se he
had taken enough morphine to kill a
horse. The yomi lady swallowed
hook bait arid all figuratively speak-
ItiK. and declared she would remain
true forever afterwards.
A Distinguished Woman
May Lis at (h: commencement ex-
ercises of Ardrey's College here 1 1
principal address will be delivered 1-
a woman of whom Oklahoma should
he proud Mrs. Clar?nce Davis wife
of State Senator Clnrance Davis of
Sapulpa. Of Senator Davis the stale
at large has Often heard because he
Was a most active member of the sen-
rile of both l he First and Second leg-
islatures. Mrs. Davis on the contrary is to an
extent unknown except to 'miniate
friends of her and her husband occa-
sional legislators ami statesmen who
have accident ly observed tiie tremen-
dous force of t'ae little woman who
says "I am just the wife of Senator
Davis." She was in Guthrie during
both the First and Second legislatures
nnd Senator .Davis himself admitted
that. Mrs. Davis was to be credited
with half of his achievements. She
acted as the senator's secretary
wrote many of his legislative meas-
ures aided him constantly both on
the floor and at home with advice
and several times exhibited suca
acute judgment In dlscusslnt? legisla-
tive matters as to command the at-
tention of th. must prominent leais
t; 'ors with whom s-he was acquainted.
She is creiliU'd with liav'r.? one n'
the bos' legal minds which passed
on legislative matf'r nnd was many
limes called into consultation during
private caucuses at Senator Davis'
home when he and other legislators
were mapping out CHinpaipis for fav-
orite bills and Ideas.
During the Inst days of tae Second
legislature she "left her sick bed at
Sapulpa and came to Guthrie to be
with Senator Davis because of many
of the deiails of the tremendous bu'si.
ness of the closing days over which
she 'had watched for her stalwart hus-
band and for w hich she in a measure
A iiooti on itlieiimatistn and a trial
treatment of Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic
Remedy- liquid or Tablets- is being
seni fie" to sufferers bv nr. Sboop of
Racine Wis. Yuii that are well g"f
this bona for some discouraged dts-
liearleue l sutTerer! Do a simple act
of bum.ir.ity! Point out Oils -way to
iinlek tvid certain relief! SuriuiM1
some suffi rer by first getting from
rue the booklet and the test. He wilt
appreciate your aid. Wallace's Sire-
Store. CLEVELAND COUNTY .VEDD1NG.
Special to the Daily la'adcr.
liexiiigiou. May 55. -Mr.
Anderson of mar LexiiiK'
Miss Kvt House of near Carnegie
were happily married at the home of
the bride's sister. Mrs. Kenney ot
Oarnegi"' on Wednesday afternoon.
Rev. M.iyberry ori'lclated. A number
of" friends and relatives wort" present.
COFFEE POT EXPLODED.
Special to Haily Leader.
Newkirk Okla. May 13 i-c Her-
man v.ns serici.tslv scalded about the'
face an.! eys.i by the explosion of a
cori'ee pot. U-j ant! the . family were
out en t f; o t-!v?r. camping. Ik' put a
can of lit-ter ::n the fire with .1 lid on
iithou' first punching holes In (he
Hid. a.1;! the result was disastrous to
the face and comfort of the camp
TAF1. TO VISIT TEXAS.
1 e '.-
! to tV .Dally Lender
bingtov.. May la.Prcsi-dont
:d 1 Rt.pt csentat ivo c'iayden of
1 tat li lie ViStieu inj ooutie
" s:i::!in fji and if ho should
il i.t ::;( ion is Rite as Xovciu-i-
ia ."hi! .1 attend the San Antonio
ed did: ;.': j;i; iriidrc:-:?.
m'. Colo. ytav
-After iiiitii ;-
beivrfeti life and death for ser
vices is TUrs. Manny Halnter Wal-
aged -jj who was widely known
tiie lossessor ot the longest hair
ct any woman ia the world sticcnin li-
ed to a kiag siege of illness. 11 r
body wis shipped tc her old home in
Aurora hi !. ior interment.
For years Mis. Walley i raveled
I kroHKii.uH tiie country with shows of
nearly every description displaying
her heauitful hair. Throu.ahoui (he
United Plates and foreign countries
she has ipetu the greater part of her
life. She' was received at several rov-
al couito while torn ing the country
and off 'is of large salaries were made
to her for exhibitions.
It wa:4 with the ISarnum & Hailov
circus which Mrs. Walley first toured.
She was with it for nearly fire years
tind then left for a show with quarters
With this concern site traveled for
a few yeats. When she visited New
'ork i.l'out two years eko an offer
was mad.' by one of the largest hair
oressiui. establishments in that m. -tropolis.
This was accepted and for
several months Mrs. Walley W:is ex-
hihitiiiir her hair in the parlors of that
She de-eloped Constimiilioii short!?
O'l' arn'val in New York ho'.v
ver an i after consulting sever. I
prominei.t physicians was advised to
take a trip West. She disliked this
idea and remained in the metropolis
but when Kite begun j speedily fail
in healt l site decided to coiiio to" Den-
ver. When th disease wis fully de-
veloped her hair began to grow thin.
Shottly after her arrival she began
to leeover her strength and the hair
ceased o frlli out. So great was (he
change that she had completed ar-
rangements to return to N-w Vork
and fit li ill ..r contract with the hair
tiut a lew days betore she was to
depart she was stricken again and
loiceu nj ner mm. a ptiysicia ti was
mnimoiieii :uu! he orileted her to
change her plans and remtn in this
city. Afeain tho hair began to thin
cut. Gradually Mrs. Walley failorl
(ind since two weeks ago she has
never let' her bod.
She did everything ia her paw or to
keep iho strands from lessening but
all the ifforts were unavailing. She
constancy brooded over the loss of her
hair an. I day and night she would
plead with til? occupants of the hoes-
to do something (0 save her hair and
when all efforts had failed and the
strands v. ere quickly drapping out sh-'
sertiied not. to el re -whether she recov-
ered from her illness.
When the body was placed in the
casket tiie hair was combed down her
back and under her feet the on-;.;
reaching neatly to her waist line
When Mrs. Valley accepted the of-
fer in New Yotk her hair measured
U 2 Inches. At the time of her death
this had shortened nearly two feet.
and you'll nave yours. -If a lot of KutTitriti-?
and trouble. If you have ;t sudncn -hitt
--or taloai col.l if you have colic ermiin
or iliiurlioea ilou't vh'( k iniiuiu-. a'.ike
at. once u l(...s;iooi)i ei of J'ei t y I'nivis-
Painkiller in half a Klass of led water
or milk. You'll he sale nnd on the rluio
lo.ni to iiufck ncnveiy. Then you'll escape
serloim UIiii'hm. lint you ouitlit to have
tilts tried mid proven remeity on luind
ior 1 1 1 1 1 1 ill. i to u.-o. "i-in pi- (.a: . .1 i..
half the buttle when there j.Htn to snli-
tlne. New size boltles Xiv; also in &0-ccnt
DE.ATH AT LEXUNGTOfv'.
Special to Daily Leader.
Leyington May 15.---fiessie the S-
ycar old daughter of Mrs. Uco. Hud-
spcih died Thursday morninj; at ;'.
o'clock lifter a. day's illness.
The fern ral services were conihict-
ia! by Rev. Cordon Barrett :u the U'p
list church yesterday afternoon al .'.
o'clock after which (lie remains wer:1
l.i id to n st in the Lexingt an eons-
tery. Won't Slight a Good Friend.
''If o.'or 1 need a cough inodioin-'
again I know what to gel" declares
Mrs. A. L. Alley of Beats Me. "for
after using (en hot ties of Dr. King's
;mw juscovery ana seeing us exci
lent rest its in my own family nnd
others t am oonvhicod it is the b"
medicine iiado for Coughs Colds an
bins trouble." livery one who trios 't
feels just that vwy. Relief is fell ct
oncrj a:ii" its quick cere surprises yon
For H'l'ouehlt w As! bins 1 leiiiorrluifo.
Croup LatSrlnpe. Sore Throat pain in
chest or lungs Ms sopro..)o. 5(is an a
$'1.0(). Tnal iMittlo fre?. Giutr.uite-m
by all dmsRists.
i! NCR EASED CAPITAL STOCK.
Kouth western Press.)
Denvcf Colo.. Miiv 15 At a meet-
ing of th- board pf directors 1 ' st even-
ing the directors and stockholders of
the Denver fjas find Electric company
the stoea was increased from $:ifitiO.-
OHO to $.10.1X10000. This was done
because it wus necessary to imniedi-
1 fly expend $:00i0'''" in the im-
provement of company holdings.
drying proiuiiratiwn simply devel.
ojitlry i'M unli ; t U -y dry up the secretions
which adhere to t!n membrane and doeoin-
pose caiisin; a far nioro sorions trouble
Hum the ordinary form of catarrh. Avoid
all tlrying inhalants fumes smokes Bud
snuffs and use that which cleanses coot lies
end heals. Ely's Creum Balm will master
rtitnrru or cold in the head easily and
pleasantly. All di'iigvisis sell the 50 cent
sizo. Kly 1'rotbers Dai Warreii Struct
The Balm is rased without jwln now not
L'.'mL. cr v..;: - T - :i '
over an irritat-ed aud angry suriiwo relic f-
ing iiiimediidely the painful iuliammntioi
Ely's Crealii Raliu contains eo coe.u.'lia
tsereury uor oUiur liai'Uiful drugs.
ass1 at fl-arteo
Mjbj? clubs aid reitwraaa sjrc usioj
Hiiiti (lr&) Coium rj
bciase m tw roritv. ermt aH ccW. In
yf ti. ccaeet-cre.s4U!e ruit ot mis
I' li.C-!?. J' f ' S
IC.-r ; (j inarkt-t. It
.vwvwwwswv- m i-n. and l'-id.
Mb. can Uk: L'-lb. t-.-.lcd can. 7?v. Not
how cheap but my ! HOW GOOD !
CHASE A- SAXHORN are the' largest importers
and cofiVt.' roasters in the world SEAL BRAND
is their highest grade. It is roasted fresh every
S'lh; exclusively by
J. O. SEVERNS
ros0 ma 1 rezn.
r o ci
and all vitirposca.
(live us your orders ;
proper attention and
' Telcplume 13 ok
K lino at plant.
'wwiiftii y-nrf-.it'. :
A. II. Eastman President
S. W Kkisku Vice-President
The Oklahoma State Bank
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA .
Deposits in this Bank are guaranteed by the Depositors Guaranty
Fund of the State of Oklahoma.
Mew State Law Provides Absolute Safety to Our Depositors!.
We Pay Interest on Time Deposits. '
SPURRIER S W KFIKT.-W
W. H. GRAY
ITT II W " 11
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Loans Insurance Abstracts.
Duly complete abstracts of title iu Lojrati County. I
ion (i-tv interest aua
uuiebi. and .( arrest insurance aurencv in Oklahoma
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We Store Anything Wc Move Everything
Office 501 W. Okltv Ave Phone 39
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 150, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 15, 1909, newspaper, May 15, 1909; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc617671/m1/2/: accessed September 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.