The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 53, No. 21, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 20, 1919 Page: 2 of 8
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TMR LEATiEl?. OITTITflfE. nRf.A.. r .iTftnn a v u'liTKM TlVU inio
1 " 11 ' - - - . Y at . a m w -
-Tltegil. Vary Cemmon It It a 8 rloui
Pmiw WorU art Thif Season.
It is' an Inflammation of the mu
cot membrane causing a d.sr barge.
- an-f fit aggravated by colds and sadden
chtagts of weather but de-pcpd on
a impure condition of the blood.
Whee chronic ft may develop Into ron-
loa by breaking do a the ilrH-
cwts tang tisanes and impali-lnt to
pejrn treatment with Hood ?r-
separpla t one. This medicine vert
ttea the blood remoTos the cans 9 of
Details" of Propaganda Told Uj
Agents; Many Arrests
.. Ar Made
Vienna. Se-jm ? Follow ftig the dis-
covery of a '.'lot to restore the tnon-
areuy in ..Hungary and the arrest Of
n:o.'u:'ib!s afent at A?ran. the p
ftaJ of Jugo-Sutvia. detail were r.lrt.ti
thai difsse; nd lfrtprtnnetif re- today of a plot for the restoration ti
the monarvny tn AuMria u a.ch wit
litf. It b been entirely satisfactory
to f hree jrcneration.
If a cathartic is needed take Hood's
rjK;4hey ar gentle and thoroih.
nlt. Uic liver regqtato.tae bowe!.
.Uinnvd for ssVptcmiM-s il t a niet
line of th sold'erV council aai the
j Volk'wehr. "
' : These plan- w- wtti-Schitic and
NEW-WORLD'S RECORO FOR I modelled on th- same l:an as the rc
ALTITUDE IS MADE fn? -:;t u reestablish the moo
7' . iarchy in Hungary. The tvjidquar
x. .""..T". - ... of the plot were in Vienna and
-rMk .ltitiM. nnrd f tirfi.-vtd toi10 o.ncr BaTe
. . . v . -f complicity in it. Many nonarcnist
Slit ni owuo urrp j rsinm.' v u
j w 1 . ' . .. jasf'n? arrived rwat!T from Swltier
. .. .Aland and started ft Tiolent prw tanv-
aak a ai rail r 1 .uWnM mv atvaiil xl CltH
- . k!. Psm ha of .r.mpror Kari.
rtficta! barasjavh. In "i minutes.
" 1 Tht fcaat AaVertiaement
Tfci bwt adtertifiement any filer-
chant cas i a ta-Jsfied cuMomer.
Ko gTeatr rwonjTneedatioo can be
f .ten o articl than the folloirtnj
If E. B. Mfldtmi. Pron.. tlnlbn Prajt
More Cuioo. Ark. '"Wo hare ao!d
CtminborUln'a . Cocsa Rmedy ft
ye4 tad haw aJarart found that ft
fir (xwftet lisfactkc
In every Loaie wV.ere taere are cbil-
dren thore should be a bottle of
WHITE'S CRKAM A'ERMIFL-OK. It
destroys worn; and acts as a tonic in
tc debilitated ytero. For sale by
mi rotts cut orr
(Be Awaetated Pr
Zurich Saitx Sept ?vTbe Poles
nave qceedd in catting railroad
comauniciijon tetrea Kier and Pf-
trograd accord las to dispatches from
Minsk. Tiiey are seakinK Important
rrosreaa toarard !i Dnelper Mohilet
and One. '
I IK THE XEALM J
OP THE BAT 1
At toe tw tof tj Madero reroiU-
fon i 1910 tfee Various railways of
Jeiko wvrw beffindnx: to te con-
crtitr In b naVInff cf enrrert and
R h understooxl that most of the- con-
cftt cultrrts" and bndjrcs bniH at
that time bars wtthfood the bandits
attacks and other injuries trhlle the
wood aad tetl "ttnictun? bare been
.TO StttP WELL
: . Tk ntt'n ah j t-hph '
' In cJasa of trater ot ntght. injures
rertful tlcep. . i
Two OkhUxoma mother were arrad-
tuted from the Central Normal school
fo Edtnond In tbe uuk class wi:b
tbair children. One bad three daujh-
tara as classmate and the other stood
between her two sons when sbe r -ceired
W. I Pet.
Chicago tT 4 v4
aaehrand 4 W f.5
Detroit .... 75 ft l
New York 7 I ..l
Boston CI: . li
St Loots U .
Washinjrton .53 t
W. L. Pet
Cincinnati i3 4
N-w Turk SI CO .S
Clkoaprt ; .... 79 C .MS
Psttsbtlrch 6 .Ml
Brooklyn :! S .4
Boston CI 7 415
s: Lout si
fnl&delunia. ' 4 -5 SI .331
V. L. Pot
St Paul " .S
Kansas City 7S M ."f.:
U'ulsrille 75 r
l:nnwoli!' 71 .I7i
j Columbus 7." .I7i
Toledo .- 55
TkGoa Trials AD
Yea Ned Fcj Year Sib
Batke wi'b Caticwa Soap
anrf itJr th imra. if Brot of pamm.
rrdnna or rvttattMx pntmt Miar
tri'tr with Catxvra 4tarMt bMarr
batfciaf tn ;h ni hJ Fmsiir h! o
few sraiM of the eiouswfKir orrlumS
Cuticsra Tak-vM. laca the p.acc nt
hcpniaafartakua. Thrr arr aj
wj and for ail IDiirt nurOM.
NHITE HITS Hi'D
tn ras heeded
II ED 0
ONLY SEVKX OtT OK MO
VIIKIUCIN AVIA TOHS
KILLKll IX U All YET
l'ari. ei.t f ih one hundred
acd fifty American aviators who mt
d-a!h in aortal combats there are on'r
seven wbone graves hate iut ?-n to-
tatea. rhA srartti for he burial
plates of the heroes of the air U he
i:.a conducted by an army offi'-r and
a representative of. the Amvrian Red
Cioss and thousand of Vikmie(er
have been coveted in France and Or-
in cundred aid forty craves have
ben defrted aicorrf ns to the rule
iti forte in the American "xpid tkiu-
cry force and j hotojtrj; hi hare her
sent to the relative of he dead. Toe
seven remaining graves r being
sought wiih i-srtH'atsr are
c.am . s;
B)f btd fry-)
Jowa City. la. Scsh . White rta
and sruinea V.?4 are being mti in; Jjtt writ sh Nteati:
espertmeni to deteraiino projwr food "i as((d UiHl ot Csambf rlains
for babies now being conducted in j Tablets some time na and ih.-y srov-
the Child Welfare Research station fd to be j j?t what t rr-i--d." write
tb Uniyeri'.y of Iowa. Their roo.iMra. Volta Bankcr. Chill'cothe Mo
"Tbey no( n!r r-! . vi) nie of indi-
rection but tonej u;i my liver and rid
of batii.u he and o.iine.-i ihst 1
Kid been sabjrct'.to Ur urr.t t'me
Sold by ail drtssLu.
Is weigheii. te5ted and measured ou !
wna me greatest rare and the re-
sults on the ra's and !!? as tar-
fc'.ly noted. The research work i
being Wone under th 9u;er;svioa cf
Dr Amy taiaiels.
Tb experiment? hav h'.n that in
ht majority cf cases fox on whii a
the rats thrive l cwliy pood for lw-bjes.
' THE li
ltcai Connty. sg.
rrant J. CAency makes oa'h that be
is senior partner of he firm cr F. J.
Cbeney A Co. doing business in the
cmj 01 Toledo County and State'
aforesaid and that eid firm wilt r-y
tba mm of OSE HUNDRED DOL-
LARS for each and every case of Ca-1
tarrti that cannot be mred by the ms j
of HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE. '
FRANK J. CHENEY. '
Sworn to before me and subscribed ;
In my presence this Ctb day of De-'
jccbe.rt. A.0...3-!S4..'-- - -
' A. W. CLEASON i
fSeall Notary 1Mb! ic.i
Hall'a Catarrb Medicine Is tsken Jn-'
teraaily add acts tferoasb the Blood on
the Mucouj Surfaces of the Systfiu. i
End for testimonial? fre. )
F. J. CHENET t CO To!dd O.
Sold by all druggist. 7So. i
HaU's Famtly PlHs for coustlpaUoa
Far tlio to!t!i.'h and KWfl disonlerg
Cf baWes MciVEE S BABY ELIXIR is
a remedy of gfnxne meHi. It acts
qu'ck'y. is pure wholesome and pSvss-
snt to take. Sold by ail druggists.
and Farm Sales
GaUirie Okla. Phone FK-55
1 v. .aVVv'i . A Vv T TTakaaJaaCV
yht Cigar Supreme
At the firice rue de MELR is '
ie:terbijjgr and more pleasing
moil eny au.u Havana cigar.
CoO.SA OM IflC CtHCH Silts
Sciscns srzt 1 J Dtrmesr PvcSi .
Ask wur dealer or vour favorite lizt..
If ywir deaier cant supply you. writ it- '
I. LEWIS CIGAR MFC CO Kewarfc.N 1
iarjeat ItAtfwndcflt C-Jiar factory in the Wpr'st
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SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 2t.
"TME GIRL ALASKA."
The first and only photoplay ev:-r
made on Alaskan soil. A poor par-
entle pirl dons hoy' clothes and
start for Alaska to wake her for-
tune in fhe gold fields. She has no
lda of th scries of i-icitiue adren-
tores In store for her. "The Girl
Alaska." is a thrilling picture of the
life of love and hazardous experiences
in the great north country. It's some-
li'n; which baa never before ben
i?n on the screen. The scenic beau-
ties of the picture alone are an ex-
traordinary treat Don't miss "The
Two rel Big V corned r. "His Home
Sweet Home" featuring Larry Semcro.
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 22."
"THE PROBATION WIFE.
At the opening of th picture we
se her as an tnniate of a noforion
csfe. She i yonne. vtbratins w"t
life and with an inner refinement
which makes this lite repulsive to her
and Norm Talm.vlk is he eirl
wru can wake tou feel all
j things. The ca'e 5 raided and Xlis
I T.aIiraiJere.. a.s Jo. i- a-1u.1i9.Ah4 r-
I forroatory with th rest of the c'rts
Jfor three years. . Here we have thV
alen'ed Seieft star in another role.
In p'r.eham dres and tonsled hASr. '
she scrubs floors and drud?e most I
of the twentr-fcur hours every dav.
t'unnir th year. Sb Is voting an-l(
wants to Hie. She reb against the I
lot f-Jfe has rhoen for her and after I
two years tn the reformatory she
macaeeg to escape. Sh meets Harrl- i
son wane and otrers nersetf to r.tm
tn return for whatever b? deem fit
(o give her. Come and so the rct.
I'ltivrrKal Sjn'cil Piftur.
Moiv than au onlinary pn-
Who yoti 'tt-p. -tubcr as . the
curly hemle lrher h
wa .MtTanjJvTlte Heart;
if Hiimauiix? 'Tlfif is a
tiiclypi. ttirraiffUt .. i to
uotv uiij vilTrpietsc. (Joiue
a ml see tJs5oeI.'"'V-
Pratident Caationt Senators Who
Oppose the League; the
(By Mt. Clemens New Bureau "
Abrl president Wilnop'a SiwciaJ
Train.--Betoie roming into California
which mark I ho hallway ur t in h
long ji uicijcy and whuh is iHi(Ktlant
a! twin ue it Is th st of lliraiw
Jvhnmir u ot the thiwf opponenta
of the Uagise 01 Naiiuga roteiianu
PrtsWent Wilson "ai the hu ol bit
friend-"' deUteted ou (4 the roost
poverlttl addresses tf his tour. This.
wa in Pottlund. Oregon whre. in-
spired by a tuniuisotis m'eplion along
the ciij'a aUet-ts and then or silly
lades of the famotia Columbia high-
way and ncHy in the big auditor
iuni th President ae elixjeni uic
to ha( was not only a strons appeal
for (ne- satinaikn of the pact but a
challenge to !boe who opioae if. und
at the same tstne an intimation that
he wouNi not be averse to certain
minor reservations tliouch he-conjfd
t-red tiiera enuieJ nuoei flutwi
At the beginning of his Portinnd
ddrea Mr Wlisiiu read ih in!!...
ing Qj'Jtatioa which he sid express
ed his views exactly; "Nation tuunf
uniie as Hien unit in order to pre-
serv iw.-4ce und order. The eift
natkm luu-'t be so united as to be
able to to ar.y single country
'You must nof go to war and they
cn say that effectively hen ihe
country declaring war knows thai Ihe
torce which the united nations place
behind peace is irresistible. In dif-
ierences between individuals the de-
cision of a court is Bnal. because' 'in
the ltst resort Hie entire lorce of the
commwH'y is behind the court s de-
cision la differences between nations
which go beyond the ranjre of arbitral
questions peace can only be man
ta;sed by putting behind it the force
oi united natrons determined to up-
hold and prevent war " The audience
warmly iipplaudcd ihe ."entlinen ex- )
pressed in Ue ruf.'t:.:.B. Them t ;
burst into cheer and laughter as the I
Piesklent explained. "That is from an
Address delitered at I'ni-on Colleg in
June. 1X19 she year that war began.
by Mr. Henry. Cabot 1xU-e of Massa
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
oltfful in UUahoma
-To those trho hmtor m tritk their
rtmfidcncc end tnnntit trr tfirt' in
.rttum CourUtii Efficient N rvk
ami the fktl hair fit of onr ail e ice in
fin(lnckil nutters .eluitcrnr it'ii
Tkc vnhj Sat hunt Hank in Ia)jvhi County
THE FIRST. NATIONAL BANK 1
tint It t ic -
ctuaetl. 1 entirely concur In Sena-
tor. IrfKfje'f conctttston and I hope I
shall hate his co-operailon in bring-
ing about ihe desuiHl result." .
Is looking to America for leadership;;
let the gentlemen beware how thyv
betray the ktimeuiorial principles ot
lite Cnited Siatfs; if we want a
Inltoducetl by Republican mayor ' league of nation we must takn tnia
the President appealed to btli his s league of nations for there is no way
tellow lieiuiKiats and to the riepulili- j in wiiw h another i-t ubiainable. All
raus to f(?rjrH iolilics when consider i aver the world ieole. are looking to
ing the league. " If anyone allows 'us with confidence our rivals along
himself hen thinkine oi this matter ! with the weaker nation. I pray Uod
to think of the elections of mo." Mr. that the gentlemen who are delaying
COLLEC.E PAGE ANT J
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SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 20.
Famous PVvers LasSwy Corp. pre-
sents Beautiful Little Li.'a Lee
A dandy Western Comedy drama of
rive reels j
"RUSTLING A BRIDE."
Extra added atrract'on "iJaumont
City. " Ambrose
er's 7Ionologne." Eight ret4s of good j
cntertainmenc Tt possible has been!
on some machine before but I
here before Oklahoma j
s Comedy." "Fletch-i
Huh c -)ttl(();
j i a-.mU aw- k
. r 11 Ut -ilO.T UhwmM U Id. J
" ' iua mi mm arttae . "Pv
an .mi A5K roua raveu aaaua o j
-&AKUKC- WHMTKMt aotxx. SS. ASM
. air"-"!- - j
TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 23.
The wildest most harom-gcaruin
jolhert and at times ptthetie
chAructer of the screen is
in her second picture
from her own studio
Successor to '
"DADDY LOWa LEGS."
10 Kary Pickfords you
have never ssn
In this story of Ihe adventures of
a spoiled tittle heiress who .
goes ti lire in tbe slams.
v;vy J.v sit i. srAxcASTj
Two RrH-i tutur Coiiiclv.
"A LION IN
TEN and TWUTTY Cents.
8 UND AY.
. The grandest picture of the
entire season. Brand netr
playinp ahead of release date i
DOROTlir rniLLU'S in
"THE RIGHT TO K
Xioe hifr reels in this picture.
Consideretl by our het an- I
thority as the inaster picturo j
of the year. It coMs h much '
money. Ve are not advanc-
ing the price on it hnt-vcait
until Oklahoma City plays it
and see ti hat they do to yon.
Matinee starts prompt 1 v at
Prices: TEN and TWENTY v
III ail.. .
ilsou said. "I want to declare that
I separate myself from him."
The President referring to his sen-
atorial opponents said Hie great dan-
cer from them was that they m.xht
so change the meaning ot" the peace
treaty as to make necessary the re-
considerat;on of it by the other pow-
ers. .including Oermany 'and - it
would sil very ill ui-on my stomach
to take It back to Germany." "Let
Boiali take it bark" some one front-
ed. "I have ssid 1 do not e a siucla
phrase In the covenant which is of
doubtful meaning but if they want to
say ia other words that that ttrnloubt-
e! meaning ins provided they do not
chanse that undovib'el meaning. I
have no objection." Tremendous ap-
plause was evoked by a statement of
Mr. Wilson's concerning the Industrial
situation. He declared. "I am going
io fight any effort to have any min-
ority rule this country. It doe not
make any difference which minority
It is; whether it is capital or labor;
no sort of privilege- will ever be per-
mitted in this country; it Is a partner-
ship it is a mockery in a final chal-
tence." To hi opponents the Presi-
dent aaid '"Let gentlemen bewar
bow they disappoint the world wblch
(his thing may presently see it In A
different light." The President de-
clared again that Germany wan tak-
ing new courage from our delay la
ratifying the treaty that her news-
papers and public men were again
becoming outspoken and that ih pro-
German propaganda was rearing it
peart once more in America. .Ha
urged his hearers to combat all thia
so that k American soldiers saved
Europe American cttiicna may saa
(he world. ;
Sanraneisco. where the President
Is to"ietuain lor two days gave him
hearty cheering reception seeming to
demonstrate once more thai no mai-
ler what the politicians say the plsm
people are for Mr. Wilson and the
A TEXAS WOlTOEIl.
The Texaa TPomier tor kidney sad
bladder troubles travels diabetes
weak and lame back rheumatism and
Irregularities of the kidney and blad.
aer In bo'ta men and women. Regu-
late bla-.tite troubles In etfliret. It
not sold by.drtgslsts will be tent by
mall on reecM of 1.23. One small
tou la is two months' treatment and
fteo cure. Send for sworn testimo-
nials Dr. K. tV. Hall. t2K Olira Rt
DASHING TOM MIX in hh
latest hip Fox . Feature
Some picture to he sure.
AVi'4 siiftied new contracts for
all the. fnirons Fox priHlne-
tions for the yrnr of lf19
trnd 19211.- Some wonderful
pictures are Muiu;r. Tnie
their price ij. now out of
sight lut they have Ihe
poods. win pi a - them at
TEN and TWENTY Cents
just as long "a we can.
Miss titadys Gerriah. j
M;s Gladys Gerrish a co-ed in the
University of CaVfornia in Berkeley'
ha been selected to manage and di-
reel the spring Partbeneia for 1920J
where s!l the jrirl students of thr
tmirersity wiil appear in all their
ler.!ity and jrrace. It ts a woman's
festival performance which ia one of
! the most notable productions of tb j
'collegs year. 1
S Rose Bud Face and Scalp Cream.
X Will remove dandruff and stop
X hair falling. A cleanser and arti- X
X fidal skin food. Electric Face X
X and Scalp Massage Scalp Treat- SI
X mem a Specialty. 4HaIr Cut S5c X
A Mineral XYattr Shimpoos a Spa- X
X daily. t- . SJ
X . " T. C VINSON ' X
X 111 S. First St. Gnthria. - B
40- Acre Farm For Sale
Nicely Ifx atttl a mile and a half northeast of
.-ia4lMie-Amt4rktiaia44&kefr oiktv Hve
Mr. llcmy George fP lr. Cilcii Uoucliolder at
Iho T .utr SstAii
MARSHALL & HARPER (J
114 So. Division St.
Office Phone 202.
Residence Phone "213.
CALLS ANSWERED PROtlPTLY
DAY AND NIGHT.
:08 1-2 W. Okie-Awe. i
Over Rucker-Borten Dry Oooda Oe
An Electric Fan adds comfort in the office shop
or home this hot weather. Sec our Hue of
Fans -The-' General Electric; Fixture Vacmmi
Cleaners'; Fans and Eleitrleal Appliances sold
on monthly payment plan if desired.
liciic Ssrvice G.
212 D. Cilslssia Aveau. . Phone 111
; Ffccr.3 10
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