The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 53, No. 68, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 18, 1919 Page: 4 of 8
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THE LEADER OOTHffTC TUESDAY KOYEAfBER18 1919.
Acid - Stomach Make
sons Old Before
Their l ime
.Tbe famous scientist Prof. Metchnikoff de-
clared that people generally become decrepit
feeble aged yean and years before their time
that a person ouht to live well over a hun-
dred years. He proved that the toxic poisons
which form In the intestines and cause auto-
intoxication had more to do with shortening life
than anything clue. Clean out these poisons
and there it no reaeon why human beings
should not live hale hearty strong and vigor-
ous a hundred years or more Such is the doc-
txlue as taught Ly the noted Mi-tchnikoff.
What causes thoee toxic poisons where do
they coins from how do they get into the in-
testinal tract? Bcicnce Rives u an answer In
one word Acid-Stomach.
Acid-Stomach causes food fermentation;
and It is this milts of partially digeeu-d sour
fermenting food passing through the intestines
that creates toxin poUons that are absorbed
into the blood and carried into every part of
the system causing a long train of diseases and
making millions of men and women feeble
haggard arid old looking before their time hen
by right they should bu strong healthy in the
prime of life.
Common sense tills u that in order to stop
those toxic poipoiiH forming in the intestines
jou must get rid of the Acid-Stomach; just as
dentist tell us that we must get nd of acld-
inouth to keep the teeth from decaying. Yi hen
acid forms in the month it eat right through
the. hard enamel of the teeth. Imagine then
the iil effects of Acid-Stomach to the entire
A modern wsy has been found of getting rid
of Acid-Stomach so quickly naturally easily
that it seems almost unbelievable.
Xhis remedy is called EATON IC a com-
riewed tablet that you eat like a bit of candy.
EATONIO leaves the stomach sweet cool and
strong aids digestion and assimilation and so
helps you get full strength out of every mputh-
fulof food you eat. . In cates of indigestion
heartburn blost belching gassy sour stom-
ach food-repeating and that minerable puffed
up feeling after eating EA TONIC affords al-
most instant relief.
Twenty-five thousand druggists sell and
guarantee EATONIC. If it fails to please you
jour money will be cheerfully refunded.
f FOR YOUR ACID STOMACH )
OI.I Rivak Will Contest Vcr
Honors At Edmond Next
Wednesday; Many Guthrie
People To Attend
The Season's Choice Styles in
Ladies' and Growing Girls'
THK DAILY LEAD Kit
HV 1.1 l IK . Mil LACK.
l'!ilvlls!i.tl from The I:ill.r Leader build-
ing Wi"-t llnrrlsi.il nri-mii' und cnti'rvd
;H lli UlKhrtl' pnsloffk US wvoud clusr)
.Iib..i-Im'(1 Sl:iti inplt.-il M.irdi 8 IMllj
O'fi. I.il r.-ipi r ('iiKtiiiiilininl (Viuwutldii;
irfi.;i Hy nwl uint.v :ncr.
('.ills f.ir ki ii ty i!n"'t!ii's ran! of
tlinnki olltiinry nniWn rrwilutinnx
snricly nud rluirdi Nix-iisi lecture ri' t i -
-;tlli fur cliim-Ii iin'itlnci (-x.vit Smul.iy
m'rmii) nre onu(iliTfJ h ailvortisiiij!
sntl will ln i ImrBKl for.
ItAII V l 1IS( KIl'TION KATKS.
IVr month ly currier $ .Wl
lVr jour. Iiy currier In mlvnuce (loo
I'er .!! r l.y until iu iidvmicv
(lit ions nowaday we'll )r han-reil
it we fan soc why.
The Iu-1 Kivcr boundary lis-
pute is at a htandslill. The
Texans stand pat. A new lu-aiui
of Oklahoma sheriff is needed in
the Ked Kivcr bottoms.
New York office
: N. M. Sheffield
X. M. Sheffield Atfoncy.
MitPtni't. office: No. Jul West Harrison
Ooiiiin.sliij: mid IV.'ss rnoii! No. Ki7 y
ll!irr!..n Filltorln! rooms IiYPj w. H.ir
rl.. To re-i h nil ilejwrimeiitfi li..m
America came perilously near
heinj: ruined ly its hospitality to
uiidersiable aliens. For the sake
of its own ideals and its desirable
quests it will be more discriminate
injl henceforth in its invitations.
... tioii i fi iiieipai ot l rane puuiie sciumm
tM ' (Ihiirago says Keds nre entrenehed
Vtn 1 i.' mi h hi- K( tools there four
pupils said they "acknowledged
no iroverinnent" and they refused
j to observe the minute of silence
i on Armistice Day.
"K'llll K OF TIIK AsncitTt:i I'K
r'ie H-io"l;Ue(l T'i'-S!( N ex iesti-elr i
-1 i.. (h.. se f.r riMinlilleMtlon of n!" !
.'. -v. m 0'?! :ii.'iic cr. lited to it or iot oilier
eriMli'eit in (1's puier hih! mIso (he
;0 ni-nn inilill.xhed herein.
No sooner is the coal situation
Jinscraiiibled than the railroad
case jrets itself all crampel in a
Ill N SIY I A(i:s
DKATH: TIUAL FOR
. Paul M Warlmrgr says the
woil.l is living in a fool's paradise.
"Well it may bo a paradise but
Attorney General Talmer says conspiracy
there is no law coverm? utter-
ances and threats of Ueds." "What
is congress doinf
T... I.. i .1 ;.. x-
i iciiiui n uiju i ici ks in t'H
York are oriranizinr a "Middle
Class 1'nion" Ko they can strike
;md l:ave a vnration.
"Glu why should the spirit of
jnortal be proud asked the poet.
And-sfter a Mirvey of world con-hut hud aUemined to bring .p'o:-lves
(ronifnuerl from Tae I.J
j His T'xtecn months' stay in thb looiJ
) rion. th jiilers say the pr:cn"
I had few visitors and kept to himself.
I at no time discussing h's ense e:
; complainini of his imprisonment.
ExDlosive Concealed in Ti.ys
1 In June. WIS. Welzel wa s arrester"
!!wili Albeit Tanl Kricke an Americar
'ltizen and Indicted charged with
to violate Section ? r.t thr
ospionago net a capital offense and
l conspiracy to commit treason. The
indictment against the German nava'
i iff icer was a result of some remark-
htble work on th part of Charhs C
j fe Woody chief of the bureau fi in-
ivoUgation of the department of jus-
iliie. and his asonts. They traced the
liDOVoments of Wetzt-l for months end
('found he had not only tried to con-
jivoy military information to the enemy
into IMS country In toy made in
The indictment handed down by the
federal grand jury charged that Wet-
zel or Wcssels from the time he camp
to this country on November 12. I'Hfi
to October CO IftlrJ while a rcsiden'
of the Vnlted State. and therefore
owing allegiance to th'a country gave
aid and comfort o the enemy.
Military Information Transmitted
It further charged that this nava!
officer had caused to have transmuted
to the German government documents
containing valuable military informa-
tion and that he had received by
fecial metsenrera information of the
ways and means of Rotting explosive
into the United Suites.
Detailed information of the methods
to he used by the spies and plotters
was revealed by the department of
Justice findings. Thr hitth explosive'
were to be shipped from Germany to
neutral country and then forward-
d to th's country concealed In tov
Central State Normal mceis Nor.h-
wenern Normal at Edmond Wrdnes-
day afternoon In a foo ba!l pm J
d.rmtne thj Nonr.ul school cham-l
l.fiJi'h Thl i fh most 'niT''lns!
hanie of ih" i(ek and b h!i- jtam j
or t-f' - iwiscn t!non'.' ccondan
Many From Here Will Attend.
Acoord'ng to "dopti" the 4wo lmf
are about evenly matched. North-
western ' utweigb Central thirteen
imunds '. ?r man hut the bronre and
blue bu 'liorter expect to overcome
this w ight by the r& of their
tthfiy lack Held. Alva U brln.?i'K o
HpcH'.lai raln of rooters and thir oand
The opposing chee r leader wll! hay
nearly an atrenuou a time as (he ftx)t-
ball warriors trying to furnish th
irimmings for th occaaion.
Grat rivalry has always exist!'
between these schools. For the ibi
seven years Northwestern has no'
won from Central. The game hay
been c!oso and hird fotmht. The
Rangt?rs are determined to upset tlu
prewndent and unnex a ;lg ttkln to
the collection if their troi hy rot.m.
All week the Edmond teachcri
h.tvf lit en cryms their slogan domi
oil th? Hangers." Constant pep meet
ings are being held to be clhrnued v
a big bon fire Tuesday n'ght. Th
weather man tun-ma ri-sht and thr
fttajre Is all net for the hig jc! chsf
that Kdmond ha had for somn tim
Ladies' Field Mouse.r Brown Kid Lace
Hoot hifrh gradiki.l turn sole
ana covered Ixmis heel
t welt and
'omen' Black Kid Lace Hoot welt and
tut. i snJeH leather
Women 'k Beaver Brown.
Brown Kid Lace Boots tuedium
tveiu'lit Hides leather Louis heela..
Women's Black Kid Lace Boots loni and
ihort vamps lij.'ht weight .soles
leather Iniis heelri
Women's Black Kid plain toe lace boot
.velt soles leather fct A HA
Women's Dark Brown Kid. Jnc( Boots
medium weight Jloxjlili hoIch
leather Lotus heels
Women's Black Kid Lace Boots medium
weight soles leather . CO Afl
Louis heels VOvU
(trowing Girls Fine Brown. KiJ.'mtliUry
welt soles L
Growing Gitls' Brown
military heel Boots lienvy
flexible 'soles '.
Urowing: Girls' Black Kid
Lace Boots welt soles
Growinff Girls' Brown Kid Lace t( AA
Boots welt soles low heels VjfvU
Growing Girls' Black Kid I.nee
Boots welt solos low heels
Growiii. Girls' Black Kid. Lace tA
Slutcs l)w heels ami heavy no1c;..
Growing Jirls Black Gun .Metal
Lace Khoes round and medium toes
A TEXAS WONDER
For kidney and bladder (rouble
gravel weak and lame back rhetima
tism and Irregularities of the kidney
and bladder. Regulates bladder trcu
blcs In children. If not sold hy dnis
glsta. mall 11.25. Small holt:.- ofte
cure. Send f?r sworn leatimonlnls
Dr. B. W. Hall. 2!5 Olive St. S
Louis Mo. Sold by druggists.
Cold weaLher better roads and the
approach of the holidays have started
poultry moving niarkrtward in large
quantities. Prices have reaw-lner
stable a good demand continues.
High and Low at Highland.
i The Hleb!ani 1s nresentlne a Unl
p ntn? DrocKS inus escaping --ia-!rii m'tol nimm tr Tiih 1
tvcion in passing uirougn neutral embraces high ami low lights.
t 1 111 e tM. - i ri -
r---s. -.k w.
Niimeroiit ether revelations were
-".nd''' about the intricate scheming of;
h" band of spies. .
Accused of Wide Plots.
Federal au'liaritte-j have said :here
scarcely was a p'o of importance
against the United States during the
period of Wetzel's activity thjit he
was not either a leader advi3er or
aymaster. Although an enemy a'ien
Wetzel was charged with treason (o-
the United State supreme court had
inserted in several of its decision-
that an alien owes temiwary alle-
giance to j the United States while a
Albert Paul Fricke was acquitted
last April. He was charged wi'h
conspiring with Wetzel in the plot of
handling spy money and introducing
Vm to persons capable of giving him
information of military value.
nvtiH HNiiirunr w
. Vi t r.r i . 1 m i i it n n ii n n. - i ' v uu jr
' B ' i
Rankin's New Grocery carries the
ct complete line of groceries 1n D
city. Stock 1st replenished fret
daily. Save money and buy your
groceries at Rankin's 115 North Di-
vision. Phono 195.
Drug Stores SelllC
Five million peo
use it to KILL
COLDS X X
Standard cold remedy (or id yeri
in taDtet torm sa.'f iurt no
opiates brck up a cold in 24
hourj relieve crip in 3 dayt.
V Money back if it fails. The
' VAX X genuine box n a Rc4
Eve In a New Role.
ThG T:tjp at the Guthrie theatre
wafl keen. "Woman" la the Tuesday
night offering. "Woman" makes Evt
appear 1n ft new light.
Did He or Did He Not?
Ixcai Republican politicians are ir
a Jiand-to-ltand scrap on the ques
tiou: "Did McGraw hefp Harreldr
Guthrie Business College Doing Well
The Guthrie Business College If
moving along nicely with largo classes
in tfe various department. Student.
are being received from all over Logan
county and many are come from drf
ferent parts of th state. The man
agement of the college is alert an
progressive and "the college is a dls
Unct asset to the city.
Genuine Briar Pipes. Larire stoct
lust received from Factory. Price
2". Cc. 7."c J1.00 and upward. A
Death only a matter of short time.
Don't wait until pains and aches
become incurable diseases. Avoid
painful consequences by taking
with Mr. H.1--
At All Onut Clmrmt
The world's standard remedy for kidney
liver bladder end uric add trouble the
National Remedy of Holland since 1696.
Guaranteed. Tore sir all druggists.
r Um-mm CaU MaJal am mwmt baa
YOU "CANNOT EAT YOUR CAKE AND HAVE IT;"
YOU CANNOT SPEND YOUR MONEY AND HAVE IT. OLD
AGE COMES SURELY TO ALL. WILL YOU SPEND
YOURS IN HAPPINESS AND COMFORT OR WILL YOU BE
PENNILESS AND MISERABLE? -
START A BANK ACCOUNT NOW IN OUR BANK AND
EE SURE OF YOUR FUTURE.
YOU WILL RECEIVE 4 PER CENT INTEREST.
First National Bank
THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN LOGAN COUNTY.
- OLDEST IN OKLAHOMA
jWhat is Breakfast Without Eggs ?
t Particularly those fresh-laid wholesome or.es
inr the kind on which we specialize. You want
- .' . strictly fresh eggs for all purposes frying boiling
.: or baking. And you want them delivered safe
and sound. That's part of our service.
Your Order Will Have Our Prompt Attention
HOWARD FIFE The Quality Grocer.
Try a lack of our Silver ft Gold Flour. Phone 440
Jlsmith'. Take one home with yot
vnd bo glad. Fine lin of awfully
ood cigars at from .tc to c each.
Whi' excessive thiinncwj might be
ittribttted to various and subtle caus-
s In different lndividuals.it is a ell-
nown fact that the lack ot ohwphor-
)us In the human system la very larg-
resix)n8ible for this condition.
It twins to be -well ejtabllshed that
his deficiency in phoit;:lioroua may
ow be met by the use of HUro-Phoa-hate
which can be obtained from any
ood druggist in convenient tablet
In many Instances the ass-imilation
f thSa phoivohate by the nerve tissue
oon ?roducea a welcome change
erve teniion disappears vigor and
trength replace weakness and 'lack
f energy and the whofe body loses its
gly hollows and abrujil angles he-
oming enveloped in a glow ot erfeot
i'-alUh and beauty and 1he will and
renerth to be np and doln?.
CAU Tl ON : Wh it e Bitro-Phosphate
5 unsuri-asped for the relief of ner.
ouanejs general debility etc. those
aking it who do not deilre to iut on
flesh should use extra care In avoiding
John Landon Macadam Inventor of
macadamized roads refused a knight-
hood before his death In 1836.
EASIER NOW THAN LATER.
It is easier to break up a cold or
check a cough now than it will be
later. Persistent coughs that "hang
on" all winter pave the way lor se-
risus throat and lung diseases. L. W.
Day 63 Campbell Ave. K. Detroit
Mich. writes: "Foley's Honey and
Tar relieves one of bronchitis very
quickly." Sold everywhere.
CLASS OF 400 RITE MEN
TO 8EE ROSE CROIX
(Continued from Page l.)
wortf. was held by Oklahoma City
Lod;a No. 36. A. F. & A. ii. b1n-
ning at HiW Twelve Wednesday
August 27t2 1919. and remaining in
continuous teion until Low Tweiye
Saturday August 30 1919. ThJ Com.
municatlon was held tor tbs purposa
of conferring the Master Mason de-
gree upon a of sixtynrne can-
didates. The work was done under
the direction of M. March Wor-
hipful Master A. G. lloge Senior
Warden E. C. Stentz Junior (Warden
O. W. Spencer secretary. The degree
work was done fcry.four teams work-
lag shirts of six tours eacU The de-
grees were put on in full form witti
hut one candidate " and one team
I working at tfme. The candidates
j were not raii.oadedi through but given
Christian Hebrew Mohammed' the the work an hour's time for each can.
followers of Confucius and ZoraMer didate. It was concluded with Che IS
on one common level and they all Fellow-Craft movement and full ex-
unite In prayy to the one God who ts planatory lectures. T4ji. trl used
above all. If brethern of the Blue foj. ti ls occasion is one of ithe Tnost
Idge you would enjoy to the fullest famous in history. It was out from
those sublime lessons- of ttte first an olive tree on tlhe Mount f Olives
three t!vr-ea Scott iih Rite Masonry fn Jerusalem and waa loahed for the
offers you the key. occasion by WKliaoi Noble. 33 degree
1 of thta city. Refreshments were aerr.
An exceptional event In Masontc ed continuously to a large number of
history occurred at Oklahoma City workers and visitors the exercises be.
when the longest Cbmmunt..-1tion ever ing concluded with a banquet and halL
- . . ' ;
Queen Mary's wardrobes are In
sharge of a head robe maid who has
three assistants. Overnight the Oreac
robe and maid receives instructions as
to gowns th Queen will require
and the (hour when each will be want.
d the folJowini? day. and it Is the robe
raid's business to put out each of
flies gowns at the specified time.
The Development of An Idea.
"The Dancing Widow" won a place
duoed in Guthri are more than just
simply four plays. First they are
each New York Productions. The
rhirteenlh O iair The Only Girl
Cheating Cheaters and The Gypsy
TraiL It is quite the common thine
"or mediocre productions especially
when given In other than large cities
bo be characterized us "Xew York"
productions. One thing you can take
fOr granted. If you Have never been
In a town of more than twenty thous-
and you probably have never seen a
olay w-Mch was abonif!de New York
"The Dancing Widow."
'The Daning Widow" won a -place
or Ctereelf In t2ie good graces of Peo
ria theater-goers last evening at the
Majestic in the whlrftr1 hiHlltnn u.
and ftunfkrhlv rAalnnuJ mnolrtal tar.. I
" - - - J . ... . uiueivi tWVD
tihat was repeated at this afternoon's
matinee and will be the bill again this
evening. Mlse Mildred Cecil plays the
leading part and (her voice eweot and
clear made even a greater impression
than Cier dancing. In "Have a Dance
WiiM Me" "Oh You Dancing Widow"
and "When the R.lght Man Comee
Along" she ecored' emphatically. "The
Dancing Widow" comes to the Guthrie
theater eoon. . . - n ' . . ;
C1017 A SIGLI DOGTOEu
MB m HEALTH
Young doctor 27 years old was told by several eminent phy
ici&ns that he could not live but diacovered a
remarkable formula that restored bis health.
Cstcrrh end Dechess
Belna so deaf In his left car. dun to
catarrh that ha couldn't hear Archi-
bald IKriiail Garden City resident
used r. Blouer'a Catarrh Remedy
taold at drur stores) and reirta thai
not only waa uu heart n( reatored. hut
na rot rid of offeneive catarrh. Mrs.
T. Moor waa very deaf hut thla aama
remedy enabled her to hear a clock
tlrktnr !nvnext rooml No stomach
doelng; wonderfuT relief by Inhalliuf
pleaaant medicated vapor. Get a box
-at any busy drug- store to-day. Guar
anttwL Shaw ethers tola aVl
In 1S98 Dr. A. L Reusing of
'Akron Ohio had just completed
his course at medical college. He
had paid his way through medical
college by working nights as a
telegrapher. Overwork and over-
study had undermined his health
and he consulted many specialists
but they all pronounced him in-
curable and said that he could live
only a few months.'
But Dr Reusing determined that
if he must die he would find the
cause since none of the physicians
could diagnose his disease posi-
tively. ' Knowing that without oxygen
the body dies he began a thorough
investigation of the effect of oxy-
gen on the blood. He studied
Prof. Virchow's famous "Cell
Theory" which proves that the
body is only a collection of cells
and that there are twllve celt-salts
that nourish and maintain the cells
oi the body. Just as a flower
droops and dies for lack of water
so the cells wither and die for lick
of their natural cell-salts.
He knew that the red blood cells
carry the iron in the blood and
that iron attracts oxygen just as a
magnet attracts tteeU He learned
that by increasing the amount of
iron in the blood the iron at
traded the oxveen from the air in
the lungs into the blood exactly
as the magnet attracts steel. x He
lound that oxygen oxidizes or
burns no the impurities germs
and torn-down cells that are found
in the blood.
Through careful research he
learned the cell-salts that nature
requires to feed the cells and main
tain health. This led to the dis-
covery that the health of the bod-
is governed entirely by the healtl
of the blood and that if the blood
is rich in oryiren plasma and iron
and supplied with the natural cell-
salts that nourish and maintain the
health vigor and vitality of the
cells the whole body glows with
health strength and energy. k
Relentlessly Dr. Reusing madt
his scientific researches and inves-
tigations until his efforts were
crowlted with success. He discov-
ered a formula which combines the
natural cell-salts that feed and
nourish the . cell of the tissues
nerves fluids brain and bones of
the body and rapidly increases the
supply of oxygen iron and plasma
of the. red blood cells which re-
vitalize and rebuild the entire
body. . -
This formula discovered In
desperate effort to preserve his
own life proved so successful '
that he gradually restored hit
health and soon became strong
and vigorous. Dr. Reusing is now
47 years old and his ruddy cheeks
bright eyes and vigorous health
are irrefutable evidences of the
health-building properties ' of hit
For nearly 20 years Dr. Reusing
has prescribed this formula for
thousands of patients in his private -practice
with wonderful success.
The medical profession has recog- .
nized its therapeutic value for tha
treatment of diseases.
So many people have been bene
fited and restored to health by Dr.
Reusing's formula and he it so
thoroughly convinced of itt there
peutic action by thousands of
case-records in hit own practice
that he hat decided to supply thia
formula which he hat named
"REOLO" to the public through
registered druggists who are li-
censed distributors of the Dr. A.
L. Reusing Laboratories Akron
Each package of "REOLO" eon-
tains 100 tasteless tablets enough
for two weeks treatment It is not
expensive. It only costs $1.00 a '
package and is positively guaranteed
to give beneficial results' or your
money will be returned.
REOLO is told in ... hy
"-' ho art the licensed
Oray'i Drug Etort The Bexall Etore 103 W. Oklahoma Ave
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