The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 68, Ed. 1, Friday, October 14, 1904 Page: 2 of 8
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THE LEADER QUTHUlE OKLAHOMA FRI3AY OCTOBER 14 W04.
MR. IIAYDEN'S VIEWS
Gives Hit Oplnlcn of the Beet Treat-
ment for Paralysis.
Declares That Dr. WllllaW Pink Pills
Restore the Use of His Limbs When
All OlHer Remedies Failed.
The prpcoirt f modern life creates
Fo sreni ft at rain that lew aro tret-
from th- dread of using up th u ip
ply of n-v. mis energy and thousand
sro alriady crippled an rtuitirlv dl
All iuch will wploonm the rcconrt
hero Riven of an Instance of romplet"
rueovery fiom n paralytic's helpless
ntato by nl'iiple moans within tho
rotrh of ei.-ry m.fforcr. It Is nenrcely
necessary u wy thai a nmodv wlilrl
-will --mra ai! advanced and complim
ted onsc mny bo ewployd wit It still
urcatcV confidence where the- premoni-
tory symptoms rr recnfniixd vi'
trcatoionl begun Ht once. TIich vtp-
lorn8 are r.rlefly Tremnllne; of th-1
bands: Midden Ium of power In amis
akin: severe rains dfflculty In
side of the body; staggering: partial
or entire Inability to use tho flnKer1
dlstottlon of the features sometime
an uncontrollable quivering of tb
"I wan well night despairing of evor
rpcoch. Frofl'iontly tho first warning
la a vnguo feollng of headache vtrli
go and Muscular wonknoss.
In u iccent tntervloy Mr. W. J. L
llayiln gnyo tho following account o1
blfl own sufferings and curot "I tmly
think. suld ho. "that William' Plnlt
1'JIIs are a gloat moalclno for thoy
cured me wlien physicians and other
lomodles had failed to glvo me tho
slightest relief. I had boon giving
loo closo tit 1 on t Ion id business and
overwork brought on nn attaok o'
rmmmnosfc which finally developed
.Into parul"ls- There woro times
when It was Impossible for mo to
movo my hand or to got up front a
chair. U utlior tlmofl I bad partial L
control of my limbs but I was afraid
to go fnr lrom tlfe houso for four i
might suddenly bocomo helpless and
Jinto to bo carried homo.
"Whllo 1 wna In this nttsurublo con-
dition I una strlcUou with malarial
Jover and confinud to bed for four
monihs. I had ho best physicians
but whllo i hey relieved my fever
'their treatment did not enllroly drive
th mnbirln from mv system and they
did not lirli iry pnrsljrsls In the lentr.
"I vie well nigh dlspalrlng of ever
being on rod when a frlord porauade.l
me to try Dr. Williams' Pluhj Pill
I'm a Jolly good fellow and like the
To their whims nhtl fancied I'm al-
And wbenever I can I flatter their
To make tberi believe me I ever do
flnv pft :oe ard kiss ir and troa:
They boast on my teeth and my balr
and my eyes;
They love me ah yes and let this
write mo sweet letters of
"lovliigest ' size.
llu-v pined "O Dmr Jobn buy a flno
With glistening etB and n bracelet
And then "0 my John" with suaveneae
ON THE SAFETY OF OVER EATING
The Ru!e of ChoosInQ the Letter
. . Two Evils Applies to the Way
t w.;t o Know bow a nwin in
knor when be ha bad enough?
The Pilgrim Father s I belie'v -au
a .mtibit savlnt to the el'eet that yii
should always life from ?no table fe!
ing a If jou could eRt some more.
Hut Mie quMo!i Is how rr.iich
Just when to stop7
That's tie it&t.
The rule is wrong because It's no
rule at all
It Is Inexact uiid untctrntlfe
It Is likely to iead tc tho dtu'genui'j
habit of onttng too llt'le.
And eating too Utile or digesting
loo little which amounts to tho same
thing Is '.be causo of n'no-tcrtths of
We'lt love yr. the mote ano npver.the diseases fom which lumanlty sut-
Local Happenings of City ana Terri-
tory Brlsfly Told.
.Vetch the cotton matkeL
Ctuhlng's gas wells are quiet.
Pawnee ir not stlrttng polniCBiij. i
A. -a has no malaria this fall at all.
A Ocmtm college has been star ed
HIpley is getting idto the Prohibition
prove false O'
I escort them to parties and nil
To the fairs and the frolics and so-
Ard gentlv and kindly thoy say "!
Their ntfection for mo ar:d don't
hint mo any.
"He' Ho!" they arc- langblng to some
of their chums
"We've n dandy on hands and ho
Pretty nearly Just so he's one of our
And really bc'x caught on our
ivl freely nm' copiously goes my
All for tho girls' Ah yon. they're
Rut what's tho diff'ronco I'M their
pet and tholr honoy
So roll on. O World without any
Anil th"n creeps nlong just another
Who look?) pretty good to thoo
Would you think It? those creatures
Unit to hlr. mellow
Anil catch him qulto fast as he calm
Then In my folly I go cringing along
And hogging of them Just to hiss
"When I had finished ono box I could And mrelyfor pustlmo they chont mo
teo results tlmt oncouragod mo to their song.
buy n snoond box. My condition kept And mal:o mo tholr low as they do
nteadlly Improving and wlien I had other men.
takon seven boxes I y.& rured of
paralvsls and the ninlarln was com- Hut what would you name mo In Eng-
pltlely .Irlen out of my system. For lWu my friendT
two years now I have onjoyod tho bos' j Now spoak It with tho smoothest of
of fo-illh and have atlondod to nul- tongue.
ness without any Interruption." 'Am I a dunce or n fool? No but to
Mr. Ilaydon's homo Is at Wo.
West 39th fctroot. New York City.
Williams' Pink Pills liavo cureu many
timilai- casos nt paralyalc alt-o loco-
motor alayla. 'I hoy aro sold by all
druggists Wrlto tho Dr. Williams'
Medldno 'Jompnny Schenectady N.
7X for dotailu of other cases end fnr
valuable booklet on tbo treatment
of nervous disorders.
I'm u lobxter and ought to be hung!
The best for light Tho beBt for
fuel t.eavo your ordors for gas now.
Guthrie Gaa Co.
Notice to Members of A. H. T A.
Tho Antt-Horsj Thief aBioelatlon
wilt meet on Saturday. October 18 at
2 o'clock p. in.
All vtsltlmj memuerti tit tbi city on
that day .tie n-qiiHSteJ to attend as
buflnenn of in portjnee rctjHrdliig
Utand Uau noting October 19-20
Will be dlf 'iisietl.
J E. Freeman Secreta-v.
WOMAN WHO CLAIMED
That She Was J:(y Gould's Widow I
Burllnuton N. Y. Oct. 14. Mre.
Jj)in Anell Mho efected a san'aitlon
a few years ago by bringing suit
against tho halt of Jay Gould saylns
fiho wa the widow ot tho multi-mil-llonaire
and demanding a share of his
prcporty. Is load at Rouge's Point.
She was aocut 70 years old and had
lived In Koine's Point all her life. The
caso wo? discontinued in 1887 and ono
-woman who hal participated in pro
moting the case was found guilty ot
attempt 'blackmail. Mrs. Angell ad-
inlttel bbe m 1 neer seen Jay Gould.
A young man at Teoumseh wns
struck on ho head with a brick and
ho looked up and smiling said: "It
must be lialili-g. '
Ko such thing as "summer com-
plaint" where Dr. Fowler's Kxtract of
Wild Strawberry is kept han. Na-
turo'o reniedy for looseness of' the
For thi- Lawyer. .
For Sale Soven (7; Tolumes of do-
:I&Ions of the department of the Inter-
ior relating to public landB.
Qne volume Taylor's Pleadings and
Praotise (Kaneas). Address The
Loader Guthrie Okla
FARMER KILL8 HIMSELF.
Imaglne's'Someone Has a Dad Opinion
Pond Creek OXIa. Oct 1L Yester-
day morning about five o'clock Orant
Van Sickle a fnrmor living seven
miles northwest of here committed
Milolde by shooting hinuelf through
the heart with a shot gun. Ho had
betn acting very peculiar ror sovoral
weeks and it was rumored about the
nolghborUood that ho was becoming
demented. "Ho soomed to thnk thai
tho neighbors woro suspicions that
ho had committed some crime" said
a man living near the VanSloklo homo
this morning. Ho was considered by
tho neighbors however ns a man
whose word was as good as his note.
Tho arrangements for tho funeral oor-
ces have not leen completed.
The jar jar jar of constant coughing!
Hammer blows stead'Iy applied break the herdest rock. Cough-
ing day after dcy jr.rs and (ears the throat and lungs until the
healthy tissues give way. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral stops the
coughing. Nature repairs the datntge. You are cured. tZAVHSz
What is disease?
It ii simply uneven balance between
waste aud lepnlr.
Homo organ lacks strength '.a carry
on the soeclal work for which It wan
Where shnll It find the strength It
Ten thousand times NO!
Bettor dlo than beiome a hopeloss
No; In food.
'Rut" you say "I oat a plenty of
good food everyday!"
True dOiir frlond but you don't
And food undigested is more pois-
on. So. to make food do you good you
must taito Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets.
The great thing about Stuart's Dys-
popila Tablots is.that their action
does not doponJ upon sjimulatlvo
They cannot creato a habit
They contain no Ingredients ta
"pick you up" "tone up your nervon'i
system" or furnish whip oneigy by
calling out your vital reserve foroe.
They create new strength force and
energy- out of your food.
If taken starving they will do you
no good at nil;
So oat to llvo and live to ont with
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets.
Tho curse of cur present civiliza-
tion ta exhaustion.
And exhaustion wholhcr of brain
nerres physical strength or vital
forco Is caused by starvation.
Of two evils. It is better to overeat
fand prevent indigestion with Stc-
' art's Dyspepsia Tablets.) than to rle
from the table not Having eaten
enough to ropulr the exhaustion of
yojr vl'nl forces
For Lxhaustien or starvation leads
to tbo most varied forms of aicknos
or disease brought on by inability ot
tho weakened vitality to counteract
the dlsoaio poisons and microbes.
"Whereas me well-fed and well-nour-
felted porsou without ever feeling tho
worse for it can expose himself to
dangers tho moro thought of which
would drlvo the weak standing dys-
peptic Into n panic fit.
Good food well digested Is the
great secret of a healthful existence
hero on earth.
So cat heartily overy day'gf.;thp
best food you can ger and i emulate
tho working of vour dlgebtlvo machin-
ery with Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets.
As a result vou will be astonished
to find how much stronger and livelier
yoi feel how much moro and bettor
work you can do. how much more
pleasure you will get out ot life nndi
how your enemy that chronic trouble
which has fastened upon your weak
spot wherever It Is will up and away
and ever aftur leave you In nenoe
hesltu anil ouiutort.
Theie's more truth thn poetry
Try it once
Perkins is lucreatlue
Klngftshor county Is lo have eigh-
teen now bridgeu.
Yale In Payne county has two rail-
roads and It still wantJ moro.
Another flood Is reported to be com-
lug down tho South Canadian rlvor.
Lawon has a ooet who poetizes In
the eolunu.8 of the News-Republican.
Tho prosecuting attomoy cf Kay
tounty has been charged with gnmb-j
Mrs. Fred Ku'tuk of Perry is In
the city toking treatment for her
Logan county cotton fields will
aversgo thioo-founhs of a. bale to the
Thcro Is an organization of little
girls in Kni-J called "Tho Little Rose-
buds." A lo'tool quarter near Dlachwell
was sold yesterday to a Georgian for
Stillwater thinks It h tho bast town
in Payne county to which Gushing
Twenty-five applicants wore recent-
ly Dx'amined for admission to the bm
Llpo Mjers. forn.erly of Stillwater
was married lost night to Miss Mlnnlo
Urink of El Reno.
Mr J. T. Gregorio of Perry was in
Guthrie ye&torday "visiting friends and
doing some shopping.
Prohibition IB growing rapidly in
Indian Territory and has taken root
In Oklahoma "considerably
A man at Ingalls picked 070 pounds
of cotton one day last week and sns
ho can boat tlmt day's work.
Thy Kind You Havo Always BougM ami which has hecti
in uso fo-. over 30 years has homo thn signatnro of
mid has hcoiiniadoumler his cr-
TZyt'Jls soual supervision slnco its nfnticy.
Alt Counterfeits Imitations and " Just-as-Kool"i..e bat
Experiments that triflo with and ciHlunprrtho h. tilth of
Infants nnd Children Exr-critiJfo against Experiment.
What is CASTOR I A
Costoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Parc-
Koric Drops and Soothiirg Syrups Xt is rrcosant. It
contains neither Opium Morphino nor other Narcotic
suhstaiicc. Its ngro is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
nnd allays Fovcrishucss. It cttrcs Dinrrhuua and "Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food regulates tho
Stonifch and .Dowels giving: healthy and natural sleep
Tho Children's Panacea -Tho Mother's Friend
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Boars tho Signature of
The KM You Ha?e Alwar: Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
THI CCMTJtUH eOOMIIf rT KHIIX
V BSKsfr-sfSBlBllL9?MBBKKV V
It you will pay a vist totbe
Carriage and Wagn Works
322 S. Divisiov St
We -will show ou how we.
tinlltpn lnncp rerrtf .m finJ U..rr..
firpc ttt i Vi ri 1 1- .ii J.. l.l: ij ... -.. hb Jf
...v. nuUUkkUlllUBl wciuiuy ana neaxmg tnem thus rreserv
ng the wood-work from Injurya wonderful invention which
cost a large sum of money in order to be up-to-date. O x shop
r1. ' cV Henderson T're Setter in this section of the
United States. We also have the verv latest Goodyear Rubber
Tire Machine. We put first quality rubber tires on any whee
that rolls buggy or wagon. New vehicles made lo order Rs
pairing painting and trimming our specialty. You are invited
to visit our factory the best equipped la trie Southwest.
First class Horseshoing SCHICKR.AM WICKMAM
UOLLLGE OF DCTUAMV
THE SISTERS OF DC I rl M IM Y
unaer Auspices of Episcopal Church TOPEKA KAS.
Forty-fourth year becins Sept. Mtti Willi courses in Arafleml ami Collece Deca
SrfnJ' Silp-p1Sii8lone bu'1llnE- -Med. with I.eauUful campus of fci
Catalogue from HENRY L. McOLELLAN. M. A..tRejent.
John P. Hloliam. ot tho PcrUlus
Journal says that he makes n re- S-C--
pootaMo llvlDR out of his paper. i&JrctZW hJ fMTs v!k 1
TJ - . . . v ...
IGUTHRIE NATIONAL BANK
OLDEST IN OKLAHOMA.
.''"K" A. J. SBAT HBNJtr E. Asr.
T W PSV :V'UVl.T3 J- " COXTWOHAll.
- - . u. mwiM nun. souumo
n4Arl iVnl tliiivf .mlfrt Yiort n tnm?0- 1 'rWWf''WW
yJ A LVU IUHV VII V J U II1U C UWVAT I
ful tncotlns. '
Crosct City ol.Jccts to bclnw link
ed with tbe double murder that occur-
icd sever miles from here InRt Sun
Thn Garfield county Sunday School
convention closed today nnd it is re-
Lincoln county has the raixirt out
thet fully three fourths of its farms contnotn'r nartUw
Are planted to eotton this yenr. n
that Is tm. But still bettor most of
the ootton Is the best In the territory.
Connor and Hisgs were arrested thlb
ycok at CroscenlmlpSrasdshrdlulu
week at Calumet for selling liquor
The Civic Leaguo of Tecurtseh Is
forcing the city council to fix up th '
sidewalk st0 clean the streets for
which the Leagut ia aetting iniu'h
The two leading brass bands of In-
dian Twrltory have combined the
Cavalry band of Troop A and the Mer-
chants bond of Muskogee being the
A man in the Kingfisher Smr ha
the audacity to advertise that Iij
lost a purse containing JGf and a Ji
TO CUR A CCLD IN ONE DAY ohoolf- Someone will bo sure to tin I
Tako Lnxatlvo Hromo Quinine Tab-Ilt nCvt but the a" will n-ver
lets. All druggists refund the money !fccl hs fl(it-'-
If it falls to ouro. P. W. Grove's sig-
nature lu on each box. 26c.
Tho prosecution of the grafters In
tho various oecutivo departments of
the government is oo a par with the
prosecutions of the "bad" trusts. Tho
who). Republican administration is
oue of falte pretense and Pharisaical
SELECT A RAILWAY AS
YOU DO YOUR CLOTHES.
(MISSOURI KANSAS fc TEXAS RAIUY.)
Suggests CcBdrtiii tail Ctnnnlint Tfftis
THE "KATY FLYER" AND
KATY DINING STATIONS.
Metis Utdtnfe la Pries.
IlDurp5l Ii Qitllt ut Senrki.
AtJPfct- ?!l5Si. 11
A Maryland eongressmau is mak-
ing speeches all over his dlslriet si
luiiltaneoi8ly by means of phono-
reph wtih iiic-eaphone attachment
This may he accepted as an earnest
of the horrors of t.e political oain-I
lMlgtt of tho future.
Costa io cents and equals 20 cents
worth of any other kind of bluing.
Won't Spill or Break
Can't Spot Clothes
DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
around in the Water
M U wIo Groceu.
J&cSfy ffwSi KS
fc t stf BssssssssssssssrsssssssMfcsssTTssssssssVsssw
Here's Your Coal Madam
Put into your bin with no in
convenience or annoyance to you.
Bin filled up with clean honest
toal all ready to last half the
Orders filled in Summer are apt
to be just a little bit better at-
tended tooif that's tlOSBi'hlp fnr
for I am not quite so buisy at that
Any time you want an honest
measure of honest coal come to
NF. Che&dle Phone 6.
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