The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 51, No. 53, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 28, 1918 Page: 4 of 8
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THE DEADER GUTHRIE OKI. L TBPRSllAT MARCH 28
CAGE FOUR r' 11 - m
TfiE DAILY LEADER
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Call for toSH meetnigt thousand men wnoso noil n lis Blip
thank okitub ';""; .fSKS III" K;ii-...- and his si healthy
lock! mid Uaul. ! '
call f..f bnrrii jmo'tiijigi (eicepi .V ''.'" uiwouinled son with I "i
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tutu UI ne iborgMj for suiwi ni.inti.
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MEMHtf) OF tiit A8KOCIATED the rAl German attack Kor Oe
PRE88. 1IV unable to reach lhl touhtn
Tli- Aaaoctated 1Vm ' MCluslV'WV .
ntltld to the ulw fr republic! loa
of aU nnws dlpWaa crodltiid to n Milaiul
or not otlortrlw Wd la thin imt-r
and also the local newt VUVmW (t
herein I envied tind hated "the KiikIIhIi itei
In the tense I" wlcli we have' I .llipn Nt. higher compllni'Uil
been wont to think of armies
there are no armiee liMhlt atniQ- ;" ' 1 ' ' ' '
git; there are entire nations Blutl than lo tell him that he looked
ormtd. Thut the men who remain like; Cin Kn&Ushman
to till the soil and tnpti the fC-
torles ere no less part of t ie Uvotrd
army that Is in Fian than the a iiiignsn pernapti ua i a
men beneath the battlefiags. To toil much tiiui' lo being "gentloroe)n.N
thlt end the people must draw c.(H.Bj qualiUca do nol counl In war
oIom to one compkct front aoaintt i
a common foe. Tbio nation needs 1 ruwian " J person swukr
all men but it nerds each man ling about the race track was a
not In the field that win most comical English Imitation In droB
pleature him but In thrt endeavor '
that will bsnt nerve tho common
good. Woodtow Wilsoni But as the world lias discovered he
OUfTtCOUNTRY! IN HER IN " " T8 U -V '"" "" Wg '" '""
TERCOUR8E WITH FOHRIGN NA
TI0N8 MAY SHE ALWAYS DF. IN Wellington bo Chokterton nays
THE RIGHT; BUT OUR COUNTRY though! he had disposed of Napoleon
BIGHT OR WRONG." Llftn k. .IH . v ... .
-STEPHCN DECATUK wuon he saw NBpOlOOU IB "'
ii a hniatinvlki It was lucky thai Wellington ntei
ytho are the American nowneviiu
Wed 'em out ' "' ' or8k'Bn " " " ' "' s ' R08
J&ymy ll"' Hermans catt'l make ruined when Napoleon was hardly
UtoPwlk b Monday. U
ll he had met Ute real Napoleon ol
Hlndenburf did nol "top" hit drive an oarlier day tlte story would hai
Oolficallv Rneaking ho morels sliced been different
i ... m " ' The world wonders why German;
It It said morlcaj) Blrplaaie pro jmakoa the expenelye I ly attack
ductloil VUl net bo offcctuftl until on wu roriiuBQ LngiiHti nnoBi in
rf..xt September. Meanwhile toad-ol attacking norlhern Italy In
Red CroBB thought; 11 Bakeg a The answer Is perhaps thai this
tnhful of surgical tlregalngn For eaohjklnd of war Is n matter ol cannon
wounded num. jnumber and weighl of shells thai an
1 " t i thrown.
Wisconsin cltlnant probablj' eS i France and England are munufuc
THINGS THAT NEVER HAPPEN
By GENE BYRNES
jt riDA CLOCK REGISTERS) ' "
Um. I l2 tO FCR DAT TYIO
x M Riot- TINK SIa)
Sk?-x W v eyaeeaa I I
OFFICIAL FOOD NEWS OF
FEDERAL FOOD ADMIN-
ISTRATION FLOYt) E. MILLER
Public Information Director
MUST SAVE WHEAT
IF WE.CARRY ON.
Who's i lie Man for M
BV zor: BFXKLEY
You earn il and you
said Reave earnestly
an more before you'
tired and exquisite it solaced
usl to be there. Especially
Reaves who was Iho porsoulfi
hi the place Ho was always
dress and manners.
He selected n table In a c
ordered a perfectly chosen
Lane would have talked it (n
length ami rather loudly wll i
l waiter and would have had let)
her when It
lull i ou'v
tvor. Miss B
'and you il
ield in nic-
ilght ahead. 0llr
everything I 0
Lloyd r;eo5 told the British work-
ing men tho' ther would havr- to "go1
uu or ko under " Ho mean' that un
les the laborers quit quarrelling and
go down to real work In building ships!
the war would be lost.
Wn might vary this p
I Crltaiu arc engaged in the produe-
I tion of tnanithma ol which ' are
I fcntmllod and ifiOO are national
At Bad station in tU" London
tubes" then- U a cloel to indicate
to the tnotoraaui how mam miaotM
have altpsod since the previous tra'a
lift the station
. Jhe Mls-uuri Pacific ilmad haa
tslilished a fro nohool In Littlo
I !e ir.'iiniujr uf women to
a of mun called into
Mrs o.al llrown Is now probata
j Judge of Doniphan connty Ifamati
ii. March 28 The catu having been appointed by Governor
le public by the war de- : tpper to tQcoAOd her husband who
ttained thirty naatai di- Is la the military service
British Premier and have It read with 1 '"
equally vital force to us. "We must vided as follolwsr l Fcp stomach
lave wheat or go under '' We cannot Killed in action nine 0.160 01 aim- ijm ry QBe 5flfl q( L. AX POO
carrj on; we caanot defeat the Hun) dent one; died of disease four; WITH PEPSIN. A Liquid Digestive
unless t lie spirit of taorlflce in tho woiauied severely two; wounded I Laxattva Pleasant to lake.
matter of food be uicepled by the peo-
ple of Ok lahouia.
Our Alii is snd our soldiers must bt
fed and Wheal is their largest food nam
other toodH either spoil or will pot I earing in yesterday
muka anilahli hmari for soldiers. 6ui mil Private Ti ill V Wl
.1Ha ....! i l v ... ..1 .isinmed' m..1 In Initav'n I rose fair lone u-joiee wit hi DM
. ' '
to eating COm bread and have u
mills to grind it
The Hun will ti rhten bis belt sn
pghX on. We musl do Itkewist Bv
Idoklly we have have plentj of sul
able foods to substitute for wiin:i
i part men! aanounoed that the
ie of Private Tony wlsnlskl ap-
named in todiy't
I (fed whieii rollows:
I K I led In Action.
t 'adei Thomas C Mat ban
I Privates John E Allen
BoerUer Walter T (Join
y. y. y. m m m x y: v. : v. M
MY SOLDIER BOY. y:
Hi y. y. m y. X x y. y. m h x
My lover Is coming from over the sea
lie's coining he's coming from lands
lies coming he's coming Oh hasten
Shall we who (.lay al homo refuse to1-
givo fb" food that mUSl be given Ir
Hers and our Allies if we arf
' Our forefathers often lived
A BIG PROBLEM.
rret. Oh r
von K"ver mils
Henderson ( larence m
Jones Jess l Koopman aibck miuei i
Died of Accident. I f. loves he love.. he love- me well
heat Sargt Huniei raateu I Tho hyacinth rang her pretty bells In
Died of Disease. glee
I Cook Paul Boucliet ; Nehody has told I Ills secret to me.
I privates Robert 8 Cross John W ;
PLemke George W Oldfleld. A little brown elf from the b"art of
of the hardest i Wcundcd Severely. the rose.
problems In the world Is lo get peo
pie to change their habits and psr
tlrularly the eating habit-. HooVel
has the task of changing the eating
habits of I hundred million Aineii j
Amerieaus have been noted for tbellj
adaptability They ean meet the COn
dltlona on the frontier Oklahomanil
in tho early dsys learned the valUt
of food. They sometimes had In
empty cupboard; coal and wood W6r
not obtainable and ihn prairie chip
was the favorite fuel
Privates George K Ostrander He Gently awoke from hi: BWCOt repose
wain K .Montgomery. I Ah! ha! A secret he Joyfully erlod.
Wounded Slightly. j I'M hear it swiftly o'er tho ocean
Private William C Peek Lee A wide.
Charland Percy T Bngelke Jr. Ed-
ward P Grabill John D Perry Tony Ke&otng rolling sea. carry for me
r winion v-n iWPinB MuH- Prayers across the deep blue sea
8 w Burgman Rudolph J Coatello. Whispering wlndn Oh
Ginsberg John Kletzing Wll
liinu. Elon W Tollln
Bear him swiftly safely home to
Swvetloving maid dear trusting heart
The golden sea will never pari
ved direct Safely o'er the bounding billows'
War makes stern demands. IHi'io from fai
ic American! have responded loyally ts each. Why pay more'.' it' yo;i
ami Oklahomans have answered llv
call with enthusiasm We have nol
vet been asked to give up any neres ''
pities of life; have been asked merely I t
to reduce our consnnipflon of sonu'pi
He's Balling sailing swiftly home
Helen Virginia Garland
nav more then smoke The El i
o cigar nix cents Nobbing bet-
ver graces! the earth al any M WBJE Wat
Try one and find II so Phonoi a AS VOU LIKE IT
lar foods thnt musl be shipped M 93 Olsmith Arms Co.
If we are to win Ibis war YVs
on and eat Ihe forbidden food K g w jb ms jr m w aj
lav of reckoning will surely ...
nnmm tho uttn'l hfdnlel Mllll I he Pl'IIS-
sign bayonet will be the forces pigg P
! win kin.
As the town grows oul to his farm
11 fanner Is nol so proud of his V0
alion as he is that the "occupation
thai of owning real estate."
lie weignt 01 tuese eauui
he English line while cai
rioritv remained with I
Prom abroad o
igiug ti f nil exoopl
Vny man who is 1
ountry deserves to talt
The new weapons lin
o Oerntany. The alllc
ectod 1 he Hying machln
mi Intorestlnc toy while
el lln- allies
he wake of
German women musl pay f!).60 a
Br for woolen BtOCkltlgS. One likes all Optimist best bill his
talk may not be as Interesting as that
Exports from the United Stales tojo! a pessimist whose conversation is
Germany for the 11 months ending with apt to be peppery.
When tho Germans embarked from I November were valued at $32715
Bremen in July IsOO. to quell the It needs a big plate-glass window to
Boxer uprising in ciiiua. Emperor fhe canners of the United Btateslgell neckties to men. Practically all
William said lo them: . mi rvtnao In 7!) niMl.MQ.ntiO I man urn "wlndnw shoo era."
"v'o mercy will be shown. No prls
from the V
! Months!' "
'1 Claire tool
l iiuder Hi
nil to A 11 1 u
oners will lie taken. As the H u n "
under King Alttln made a name for alt'
themselves which ia still mighty in
traditions and legends today may the
name of Genoa 11 be so fixed In binn i livi
1 in cana in a year lo feed our army
A little knowledge is a dangerous
thing particularly In the possession
rifle bullet covers about two illiP's of a gossip.
deeds thfit no Chin
ain dare even lo lr
seconds while 011ml travels
lie distance in a shade over
nine ami a
In goir the thrills are all self-evolv-i.
There are no grand stand;.
never ma 1 r;
lug mn chine
wines as fai
Hul our country is this North Am-1
1? r I can continent nol the western
frlng'o of Europe
And Germany will nol settle with
the world until she has settled With
There are hixty five millions n
Cerinans Ins a neHlaibln p.i
WEW GUN SHOOTS 153000 TIMES A MINUTE
Ml I I-
German nskance Open the way for
culture once for all. Peasants on the sloPfll of .Mount' This ean be depended on in the
The soldiers wrote home letters re I I ... .. . ;
. . . vi u i . j Kimi can siill uu water over the household n which a family Bible
lating their deodt which were printed I .
in the Berlin Vorwarts under thej lava that flowed from the volcano dur- j r. poses on the center table. It is nv-
taction "l-etters of the Huns." ing the Bruption of IfllliOl t o; removed lo play poker on the tabic.
So the Germans were dubbed j
'Huns" by the Germans. Fourteen por sunlight the EnglUrhl village
years later these Germans overran . . j
tielgiutn and did more horrible things . . .. l furnl bed
. U 111 . ... !!:.
' ' the British militarv service. Dreariest thing ope does Is to aUJ
Ihe Gtrmaas have made a name 11 1111 " .
. oi ii 1 up an hour or two oncer tor tuO
for themselves that will live In rra- ' "
ditlons and legends. But to keep this' The Bible contains 7T3.748 words sr lo reason thai il is "too early to go
kulture from America we must sup- so reading al a rate of due words per to bed."
port those who are fighting We must minute II would require more than
feed them. And we must feed them i pA (:Vs and nights to read It Usually when a novel is spoken of
well. through. PS "red-blooded" there is something
in it thai should have been more del-
FOOD NOTES. I Nearly 10000 workshops in Great I ieatcly stated.
To call at spade a spade ;s very Ire-
rap-making i quently an error of taste.
strv has furnished 4J300 men to
irry eic ft
arc a hundred million
DRIVE MY JEnDo
r His culture on ihis country
thing stops in this world e
ith while the Prussian pro
1 the Middle Ages carries out
is To believe thai tlios"
ill succeed In tho ehd would
poor opinion of the power 111 it
this earth and of Ihe human
which the earth is owned
n old newspaper man truly
Rub Musterolc on Forehead epl
and Temples ilm
A headache ieinecly without the dan- g
gK. of "headache medicine." Relieves
hcadaclio and that miserable feeling from l111
colds or congestion. And it acts at oik el men
Muaterole is a clean white ointment
made with oil of mustard. Better than
mustard plaster and docs not blister. :'"
I'sc! only externally and in no way Can
it affect stomach arid heart as some in iv
tn aal medicines do. ' '
Excellent for sore throat bronchitis ."
Croup Gtiti neck asthma neuralgia con- any
n-n pleurisy rheumatism lumbago :
!1 n una and aches of the back or Joints
Sprains core muscles bruises chilblains
frosted feet colds of the chest (it often Bad Taste in . rssuth.
prevents pneumonia). When you have a bad la.-te in your
30c and 00c jars; hospital size $2.50 mouth you may know thai your diges
tion is faulty. A dose of Chamber-
lain's Tablets Will usually correct the
I disorder They also cause a gentle i
I movement of the bowels. Von will
I I hid this to be one of the best medi
cines you have ever become acquaint
lie use of talking about
ept the Waf? And what
)f talking about that
E. J. ;ONES and NEW MACHINE GUN
'wo Boston inventors Levi W l.om- M
d and Earl Ovlngton have devised i. ataaolene hv
lew machine gun which they say t:.i 1.!
Wars are no longpr all bullets and
blades; they are also bread and beef I C)
Of the 21.1 beet sugar factories
France had before the war the Ger-
mans destroyed 203. Is leer guy ren-
ton win we must supply the French
One thousand Ford tractors have
been purchased by the Canadian gov- j
eminent at cost and will he made
available for the farmers throughoht
Canada without governmental profit.
lusl now the "Soldier of the Soil"
is as important as the "Soldier of the.
War is making barn the world's
cupboards; the granaries are being
emptied the flocks thinned the herds
butchered the mines scraped War is
making everything dear except human
life; the destructive monster is con-j
sinning more food essentials than It
Is producing. Want follows hard in
the wake of the chariot wheels of
Mars and the whole world is threat-1
ened with hunter the menace of
which will become greater with the
prolongation of uostmtteH. Victory
Will go to the combatant! who are'
host fed and nourished. The food
question is now paramount Food
production is as essential to victory!
as food saving. The spade snd the
hoe must befriend the rifle and the1'
bavonet." British Ministry of Food.
a ted by a mod
mi or by ban
J Will aflnd forth SSO00 bullets a mil
For a Baa coia.
Take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
ra h shows K G Jones oil It has stood the test of time and can
rating the gun. I be depended upon. L
Wm. B. Walker
DEPUTY COURT CLERK
CLERK OF COUNTY COURT DIVISION
You inspect material; befbre you buy.
Then investigate records; BEFORE you
Candidate for Court Clerk.
Subject to Action of Republican Primary
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 51, No. 53, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 28, 1918, newspaper, March 28, 1918; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc618166/m1/4/: accessed November 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.