The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 48, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 22, 1905 Page: 7 of 8
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THC LEADER. GUTHRIE. 0KLA..
WEDNESDAY. MARCH 72 '9
WHEN A CHOPPER SHOPS
New Things in Seasonable
Fabrics Designed to En-
tice Lovely Woman.
l"ho '.'i o'lts o' viy f'.i ex "
ere .im nig ihe i lioh est wi.rr ntn'tv
Tin . i ino In I'e-Vim desl-rnx ill .'T1''
inrs pss'tl 'i-irles. ind u e iii.vnr
i. f-w riiimn ifiiodo that tun be dp
f -r u slllt slip no they hrve the nppoar-
nnc cf the veri floe i hntltc
.1 "-P ci. md ci" n l.il M 'Vil-
li .nl. -I il mil the h ' Jin "lii-i ki- In th"
lis .ilii if n hi ;ln line el g Mill nil
f -vhl h unite In j i lee from .0 nii tn
Tl-iu alt nil. wn"' Spiins
! h (it. aMii' itlng tl.iim
Vli nutrition i.'i hhaI'i.
I to pir to ruuigl t on utlvlig
And bruit u ut in lmsms
Buying Easter thing
The unlversnl n .ihulv cull d imig
. vi r has the cnnv.it Inn cITi'ii unon .ill
.-in eneniit"t wth the txrcpiioii ui ih.it
if-i-vd for shopr'ng. and like the iri-M
; id fljwsrs ttat blossom out iifresh with
.lie u.ilng of Mnrch opd the showing
li. the stir-" of the latest in hleveinents
of tli maniMACtu.-t ts.
rn spring ootls this vent .ire hardly
1-ss beautiful t'mn the early blossoms
iit'h fimhkn rules that thy sh.il! tmu-
1 iip thr fine' Ann- goods intludlng tis-
mes orgindicf Ilrussels nets inousscllne
d sol- and u'h fabrics having th-
Hinltfd terdent y to U-rgr flm-al design '.
the plain effect being almost effeie.
The stock In Ih local markets while
of iminr not as large .is In the great
titles Is without ilotibt the most exten-
sive f irly showing setn here and the va-
nrtv n ill ess goo Is alme exceedingly
First on thr list tomes tne line of goods
for fir sy wenr In the new designs while
tn-w come under the bend of wash ftb-
t cs they are too exr-etiBive and dc licit"
of fabric :o he Included In the list and
s.re such onlv !n text ..re All high cliiss
material should be dr - cleaned In order
for It to retain Its exquisite freshness Its
The expression "simple mtiRlIn drew."
vsed almost exclusively by the uninitiated
musciillne will likely !e revived us mus-
llus nrle to fce very much worn However
muslin are only slir.pl.' In looks and that
In simple t-legunec as the price are high-
ly complicated and justly so most of the
patterns being Imported and of good
width. These words the softness of which
i- the kevnote cf all t he -prlng and com-
ing summer goods come In all the deli-
cate tints and -tre embroidered in white
ih disKs t;ce do;s oi rings or In white
or M.ick gromvls with tinted embroidery
No.it: of the tli'n gi ds have plain sur-
f.tceK he'ng oitln t tnibroldered or sprln-
K'd with Poinpadt.il'. rolIy Vurden lus-
iii Ida few P.u' ' signs. All .htse
i:k tin. fron the V to the lawer-i
lilces h.'e tho advantage of timing the
nti p of olegiinci'. given them Vkhii by
tcxturt mid deu'n They should be made
tver cotton linings either of flue lawn or
pun glasK us tin stlk ilnlngs give the
lard "ffct and take away the dainty soft-
ness the prevailing note of the fashions.
The emhroideicd voile come In all the
bluiJes. and In white with the nhade em-
t'oldery anil are excellence and very de-
t.niblc for early spring dress wear being
tommendnblo for their durability and
ecner.il usefulness The lavendtir ''pale
.r.iy and soft hades being mint appro-
priate for church or afternoon wear.
Among the dalnttca novelties seen was
tin domestic wea'-e In Imitation of the
Philippine good and pineapple cioth to
l: used exc!ulvel for evening wear.
That which will compare n detail with
the veil hut Is of still daintier weave is
the lollnn cloth emcroldered mostly In
The silk embroidered nub tissue" In Chi-
nese pattern come In delicate greens and
hi jes ind arc novelties that will be very
" !.e wash goods wlih h ire Intend'-d for
lie tiih lange ''i prlt i fiom 35 c'in ti
"to n- d i'i" n sttt ' f tp' "I ' l"X-
i t ha' l' .iit . ni m -' m. - '
ml- f.n i ! ixp.nsiM 'ii iifti i i'hv
i. Imm i vt i sli-il Fir iiori.. g dtrs.
it 1 .i n t nii'l all i e rtcr thi y
Mill ieiRn luprfnif1. mmif up 1'ito the
i r-popul r sh'it waist s ilt. Them '
' are i rid" mr"P fan-lfully this juir
Willi the i'fl"ttior of the nt ntk-
and f .H
"i !.(' i . nut h n d 'i1'! give th'
.1 ifl on i ui" i i ill ' daln He-
taa'e i'I in he do'iiffl !;li'iit the
iMitt 'touliu' nt tl'ix In 'nt f.il.itn
liive becu re t'trft.t Id.. t viae .n J-
nfist tnvl In a still cas cs e. fly as
he env'.il IlllHCUlInc
I i his . ne Hnu come the fluted frIIW
r pi 1 1 ii l"i. i. Ilnctrte collar and cuff
- Piln. ' In s irf!. s'nuks and sets
i filnte d . li i-iil-enibrolderetl
t h"niietti ilni". ill hon ird lace stoiks
ml fn-ni a id I'nuiiv li o and Irish
(inf In 1 i el it . 'id i rT sets.
The 'tiiik l nip- In pr'ie fi-om Jr ctnts
' 1.7" n-d tin ts nf .'lienilwtes with
1 1 IT frrni . t" 1J hut thev are lht
i st n.Mtlin frrm a woman's stind-
lie'ii' tiii' 1.". h. en put upon the market
.ml will In utilised 'or ill occasions.
Kilter 'll he i te this ear but the
leMnn r arc In Ing prepared already and
i i i'iv .ire 'leg.nnlng to r.:ako up their j
m mmrr wnrdnitie before the modistes be-
torne o'tr niKhed ind the weather gets
lii tomi for etmifortiible shopping.
-eat and T n . nrr- or tl.e datntv
ii"kles i ml i nlTi "le sii ts will bi nppro-
pllnti for mist in '-nr
Whilt Unl'ta. wlih the colored center i
doi .ire mil ng the r.eutlful Imported I
v ..li f.ii.ilc and tin -ol 1 'or '0 cents 00000000000000000
id .iixii e Also in i..Sfn are the linens O
.f imi- m.iii frtui th. open mefh with O
the ruth aid silk embioidi i an exquisite il
Mid itlr"ly new novelty In oinpndour
Cn foi J'ts or Kip. i rule skirt to be
vnm with sheer white wnlsm etas' s
In plnln and mercnistd and nub. la.it is
ihe ofrHhot effc ts and tin plain old-
fashioned lined suitings which i o-ne.
iwiwi'w lliii year in all the dellcat"
sli-'des. pink light blue ni'e eri"ti and.
most efffctlvp and modlsn of all th-
merlt in H Muty shaihs
Wlih these tinted l'neii irn'ks which
ic to the verv ultra 'he finishing touch
'i. the costunv will be the n w light
mils of cycle en-ntoldery The eonts
rie to be male either three-quarter
1'iigtli in' lato lilfjsis. nnil worn over
the American Beauty tints In tho linen
i.u.iet tills of 'he shirt waists of the
soft taffetas. They are exceedingly stylls'i
There lb i potltlve t nibrolder)' erase In
the TCast for the d-1 land for the ma-
il rial here has sJread;' reached excess
Tho eyelet embroidery has ven in fa-
vot for dress trimmings and ltngetie gar-
n'ture In the past but It Is now ex
I loited In outer garments of every des-
i.lptlon. New and modish whole gar-
i.i. nts embroidered In old English eyelet
fashion are among the prettiest and mo?'
i xpenslve noveltler but the exritnsc is
lt-itled by the fact of 'he excelien' rjura-
1 lllty and washabtllty ol the goods.
The embr ildere1 wash wa.sts are hav
ing an Itninmw popularity from thu deli-
cate French lingerie cmbroidtry to li
i. in nine volk t latter being fine im-
lt...ion of tl- 'd made :'nd v 1' liipll-
iatf ill the patterns a.id be used
Neckwear of Brcde Ai. girls i.r' alio
shown. In .'act tie display of nvekwear
txcels In elaborateness and beauty any-
thing seen here before even tbe cheaper
and tailored effects being what has been
luretofore considered elalKinite. This
i cckwear however has vhe advantage of
fixing the castiime a tone thi.t some of
the handsome whole suits tall to effect
dainty accessolus always being the kcy-
r.iie to tne costume.
'i'he tailored goods ore made of linen
the stocks being ot white or natural cor-t-r
bound with the del'catc shades of
liren or workeu ""around the edges with
The dressy goods coma mostly in sets
und are very delicate In workmanship and
elaborate design. The Uyron collars have
the stock :nid of sheer embroidery the
uppcr-edgus with natrr-w .il and the
lifter edge frilled with a two-inch frill
cf the same rtatten of lace.
Ilandnome chemisettes' of hand-em-
Wr-Y THS JAt WON.
ffi'ular. owtig to tlrlr newness and the J bioldered linen very her or of dainty
atildtir shading of the embroidery. tmbroldery and lace insertion have the
0 O O O O O OOOOO O O O O O O
During tn war wl'l Spain the United
Otitis tin I . TI.imMi ii'fii lr the field. Less
than 3fK) wv. Uilliii in battle. While 3.-
;; died frum dlsmse In other Words
foi evj man who as killed In battle
ten died from dlre.ise. In the Ihllip
1 hie insarnttion ni..e who died In bat-
tle or froti wound numbeied 1095 whili
the (Viths 'nun d's. iri amounted to
-''. The tiii ! df.ilh In tn'th campaigns
tuiulier'.fl m.nlv 'i.iiim iiiusi of these re-
Siil'lng froi.i ili-t i"t. Hf these J4r died at
l''i ikifnauRua an I -45 nt J.'fkBonvllle.
J lot 1.1.1
li Ociii r:i Oku' army o' about 1"0.-
i(K. only foity deaths from tlis use were
reported up to DeccmLer 1 1904. Of :.'.-
(4J (vh of sickness treated 1S.S0O re-
(overetl in the field and returned to the
l.tnks while the O'hers eoeve'ed in the
t ospltals. American Mculcinc sas. "lf
Oka's arm was only half so lurge us
oi rs the fgures would M'''ik loudly
tor the foresight nr.d metliial skill of the
.iiipiinese. 'I hl marvelous suing of hu-
man life is due to ihe thorough-going
riecuutiona of tha Jannnese goentment
and Its medical officers ;o irevtnt dls-
ej xe In the f rmy. W Amei leans are by
re. irtetfns the only nation needing to have
the leHon brought home. The English
i lid French armies trr n the same sad
I llpht niu" o a lesser degrc tin German.
Ve huv" ill iwed he half-seamed 'vel-
1. w men' In surp iss us In tnilitarv hy-
Klene and metllcliie and t.i hstun should
imt so iin'.n .Itu '
The lenon whli h the J.ip.mes have
l.iurht Is ;he value of prt paredness.
''ley lrii -o lnifte st.ui imp ami) . thty
hnd fought 'e w.iis In engaging
n gain si Russia nt .rl al! the J ipanese
w'dlers s-iw War for the first time. They
ni simply organised tstrvs some
thing after Ihe plan of tho state troops I
t.v National Gunrd of th- I'nlted States.
1 hey were t.mjht hnw iO be soldiers
lit.w to drill and march ani aneuver
how to take care of themselves 4 camp
end field. The sciem e o sanitation was
taught by txperts. while thorough In-
htructlons were given In the hospital
nuartefmaster commissary and trans
I ol tat ion departments Jajnn did not
uieer at her "tin Koldieis" but saw to
I' that they were wtll trained in time
o. peace. "Vhen war came they were
tetdy and asionls' ed the world by their
caiov and (raining. Valor does not count
for much without tralnlr.g. Ignorance
shins soldiers. In time of peace Is the
time to train soldleis. The cos of train-
ing wholly nrHr inn in .time of war is
Uuible. This ha been demonstrated In
With Wine i f farclui on ! at erwy draff; stare any woman ran secure nlicf from tho ilistrrnsit.o; pains of
female weakness. With this (rfeal woman's tonic painful periods and hearing down pains can ho avoided. Who
would uffcr tintiecossary menstrnal pain?
Wine i f Onrdui curps menstrual disorders in ninctvm cajns out of every twenty ami no woman who has
suffered frui i (his nihnent has ever taken Wine cf Cardni without securing great ixncfit even when her troulde
wBcorn plicated with more teriotis ws.ilmer-.
Wine of Tardui has cured ell manner of female weakness for three-quarter of a century and a woman who baa
tried it has confidence in itshe vill use no other because slie knows Wine of Cardui cores.
Ask your Druggist tor Wine of Cardui and b sura he glm it to you.
Wine of Card'ii costs lmt $1.00 n bottK It is within the reach of every woman. 1 1 brings positive rr Inf
where the tfcatinrnt cf the best specialists fails and a specialist's treatment is expensive.
Wine i f f'ardni h a cheap tiv jvtneiit cheap because tho cure is quick and certain. If you are trying
other treatment and have failed to secure rclirf. Wine of Cardui is the medicine you should takt.
I have 1-ec n Kufferina since last summer with chance of life
commenced taking ine m Cardui and Thedford's Black-Draught. Before I commenced taking them 1
my washing done and now I can work all day and never tire. I think Wine of Cardui a blessing to
cannot praise it too highly. I wish all tho suffering women would use the medicine and get well.
Fhekmax Iitd. March 2 1904.
I hare doctored for it but found no relief until I
had to hire
MRP. KATE VANDEVENTEIl.
the country nnro in in ran War uu-
I'JIv conns Kurtm-iil) 'I Ik re Is little time
for prcp.i"atluii Tne heipcst and wisest
Itdlcy for this eourittv Is to maintain
weH-lralnd state troops. Crtalnly the
Japanese at" not superior to a ican
boys. Ihe lesson is plain. It lies In train-
In. In prt parcel nt us.
O THS CALL Or THE WILD. Q
OOOOO OO OOOOOOOOQ
A FAMOUS ENGLISH PHYSICIAN (WHO RE-
QUESTS THAT HIS NAME BE WITHHELD
FR.OM PUBLICATION) SAYS OF
Nobodv who believes In a square deal
will begrudge the President the pence and
ml'tude he will soon seek In the wilds of
Texas says the Washington Post He
lias ciiincu ihe ngh to tuckio another
kind of game. After three and ii half
n.aiilh'i of hune1-to-hand eiuountem with
tht "gra" nrolvcs of the senate" the
av'han shades cr the Panhandle will ''II
fcertlv upon a tlrtd soul There where
piltKlv peat ami il. miulto weave a clink-
er t.f shade over sequesttrttl water holes
and the dapph d wild shout calls to his
fellow t..c howling and snatllng will seem
lnr away as In a dream.
Pob-cits with t.isscled ears bears of
at-sorted sins and divers colors Mexican
;i guars peccaries in. I two distinct varie-
ties of mob ts are e;gens of the unex-
rkirtd countrv Into which the President
will retire. Thee also are to be found
turkeys. iimll muskrats and small deer
Hut there are no wolves.
Unless the law of compensation Is sadly
out of joint the President will bag a lot
of game. When a spitting bob-cat scat
tors the gravel in response to the sting of
the Presidential bullet will It not go far
toward consollrg the Nimrod of the White
Mouse for the toss of the arbitration
tieailes? Disappointment over the post-
ponement of rnilroul rute legislation may
be assuaged by the extinction of a oouple
of shaggy oeaia ny or a boar with
lo.nilng tusk. As for the lapse of the
danto Domingo treaty perhnps there will
hi no sol ice Mhor'. of the capture or de-
Mitictlon of a massive and sunguinarj
Tn is nibble But surtly In those popu-
luviH wilds thire will be diversion and ob-
livion. Ihus. in the Idyllic chapparral siothed
h" ihe mystic ciles of night the Presi-
dent will gather Htitnglh or contest.!
uu'i innri ivagt foes Ills veins will
"II with health and "uisjlt of the Jaguar
and rusoibaek :II tlirhtcn his fagged
slutws like tne cortl of u well-strung bow.
Tl.tn. wheg Oct bcr comes and the
wolves gather In trie i-lm.lowy recesses of
the Capitol thtre will be a tight a light
u at might enc-lly caie thti whole Texas
I ii nafilli with u l.tninious howl and d -Jnt'd
t id. Into the deepest shadows of
iiintliien" of the western world It unl-
tfte not tha' Jupiir from the orv begin
nil f of this era of Hs enlightenment has
com'ed the t'ntttJ States as the closes;
o lrlends. Tht so facts weigh for noth-
li.R ngiilt.st the bugaboo that Ja)ian Is
now to Mart oit on a catecr of world i
cuiiottfst and tht the t'nlted States will j
ic her first and easiest victim j
V c;n rr-vly lie admitted that If Japan I
(nd the t nlled States ever should go t i
mar the Philippines would present a verv
strloas ptoblem to us. But us much mlgnt
I" said ! ccse we were to war wlih Eng
land. If we are going to be compelled to
keep a ivivy its big as Japan's in Phlllp-
flne wntura. In addition to a big home
1 1 vv. It will not be long before wo are
i.orry we ever learned that Hie Philippine
Hut we hnve no more reason to fear
that Jap in will strike for the Philippines
Hunt England has to fear that she will
strike for India or Frame that she will
stiiVe for lmlo-i'hlno. The magnitude of
the industrial and financial work that
Jii.iiii has liefoie her In Korea and China
pilmiild nl me b fficient to octupv all
ni i em rg't s for a k aeration or two to
Mir'-ivjlv-1i?vjs CHIs3h5 KrBesasSt&SGp
f l" C. f.rss. Prest. Fmask Dai.s V President J. W I'stiBT V lves
T Robt. biiHLSBiui Csstiler II W Paintkh. N Mm.vti.LK Cahtkr. Ast t55cr
GUTHRIE NATIONAL BANK
A OLDESl IN OKLAHOMA.
g Capital $150000.00.
g GUTHBIE OKLAHOMA
& P. P. Qrss. II F KnWAMPS URSRT V. Asr
W J-ltASK DA LB. A.U C 1IIEI1BH. II W PAISTSlt
g J. W. PEHRT. A. J. SrAT KOBT. bollLBEK.
rS'rWrvWrTWsTOs .S J
w'In cases of slow digestion lack of stomach
tone and debility this food is invaluable."
NOW FOR THE REASON:
Strikes Hlcfrien Rooks.
When your ship of lienlth at"ke the
hidden rock of CommmpUon Pneu-
monia etc ycu nro lot !f jcu don't
get help from Dr. King' t w Dis-
covery tor Ooninrr.pt ion. J. W. Jfc-
JClnnotL of TnUitdoKn Sprtitps Ala.
write: "I had bean rety Ml with
Pne'jraontn under the care cf. two floe-
tors but wnc seltluc no better when
I begarl to' take Dr. Klngg New Dhi
covery. 'Hie flrtt (lo.-o gnre rallef ami
tine lott! curprt mo. " Sure cure fo
pore thrrmt bronchitis courlis and
colds QtMranteed at H 'Imie stores
price 50c ntl $1. Tr'tl bottle free.
Do It Next Wssk.
fttt Dr. Hull to refract y.nir evts now
a ne lea vi n nxt Saiiuday for eather
frit' to Im gone four weks.
O DiORCB AND SUICIDB. G
occooouo o. .
Look I uoski
You who wa'it ood glasses to pro'ee
w.'k strained roused and dcffftlve
i'vi s come neM week as my oniif" (di
Wallace's drag store) will be closed
fit ni Ma'iti :'5 until April U.
It you will pay a vist to tlj
Carriage and Wagn Wori
822 S. Division St
we will snow vou r.ow i
tiuhten loose wacon and Lunil
-jw "- - a
tires wituoMt cuttin; welclinrr and.heating them thus jreseTj
.ny; the wood-vorlt tiom iniury-"a wondenul invention win
cost a lartre sum of money in order to be up-tc-date. O x shj
bas the Onlv Henderson T'ro Setter in this sectur of
United States. We also have the verv latest Goodyear Uubr
Tire Machine. We put first quality rubber tlxes on anv wh
that rolls buircv or wntron. New vehicles made to order I
pairing painting and trimming our pecialtv. Yo-i are Invit
tta visit our factory the best equmped la ' re South west. c
First class Horsesholng SCHICKRAM ffi) WICKMA
Jlnde promptly on good Ttesddence
and Business Property
t maLm ilW i
Be A ttTU ' ti i isj Rn Tsr Tjt ' t milsxen UwstTiiriTWt.
ffi NlVtRRHOWHTOrAll. f' "wi Hi.-i. i hi.- H
He ftv tir inijui-i ui i i in if 1 H4iiipr'it4 Ti
H fcTfinOH V i I . tlleiln. till .t bs I far I
I U when r-uc r-M ;i ilrir II ui dibtgct! iti h 11
H uhr to MtDtCAt CO . wok T4 LiNexicw Pa m
Sold In Otithrle by Chaa. I ten fro.
he Q nth rie hltr U gaining a pregt
reiiiititlrn on tta flo llqtiorH. Thev
handle only tbe beet and have tho ex-
clusive right on their brandt..
Harry's haok lino aoaarves yota
patronage. Onlb promptly answered
OWHhoma Ava. Stabloe OrlsBom 6
Smith. Phono 72.
r.on't wult till I'm gone but coma
nnw for neit Unturd.iy I leate for four
vetks. Yours to plvass W. B. llule op-loiiietrist.
For Stook Raisers
The great bulk of human food is starch in some formbread pastry potatoes rice; cereals
such as oats wheat; rye. barley etc.
This class of food supplies "energy" if it be properly digested but there's the rub. Starch
and sugar in food are digested by the liver and intestine. ' When these organs are overworked
or become weak then the food is not entirely digested and lies in the warm moisture of the body
until it decays producing gas and therefore 'disturbance and incipient disease of the 'liver and
intestines and frequently appendicitis
To meet this trouble Grape-Nuts food was invented. In it the starch part of wheat and
barley is transformed by long soaking warmth and time into sugar just the same method as the
body employs in digestion. Hence when one eats Grapjs-Nuts he eats a pre-digested food ready
for Immediate digestion and assimilation supplying the body with the needed food elements in a
soluble and delicious form.
The London "Lancet" says:
"Tho features worthy of note In oir Ov.na.lysfs a.re the
excellent proportion ol protoid minartxl matters txnd solu-
ble ca.rbohydrev.tes per cent- 1 ho minero.1 master wtxs
rich ih phosphoric txcid 'Gra-pe-Nuts' is described as a.
braJn and nerve food whatever that may mean. Our
a.na.lysis. at any rate shows that it is a nutritive of a high
order since it contains the constituents of a complete food
in. very satisfactory and rich proportions and in a.n easily
Tbe food is naturally pre-digested by beat moisture and time. The diastase is thus pro-
duced and the transformation of starch into sugar accomplished.
A perfect food tor persons with weak iaiestinal digestion and who need but cannot fully
digest ordinary bread and starchy food.
For athletes brain-workers or the weakest babe.
For Infants pour hot water over three or four teasppcmfuU of the food. Ue that
water with a trifle of the food dissolved In it.
"There's a reason"
(Kansus City Journal )
t'nhappincrs Is the loot from which
sirl)igs suicide and divorce.
At st time when the general prosperity
o" the cour.try has seldom been equaled
Lt lore -ind when the gentrul good wilt
.s.Minisf.i.ouid b. fruitful of a grc.u r J Md Urtnera journal Hut will no-
eigiet of happiness In i lie heart and I
I ne of the Am. n. in peoi'I' . 'tier. eome j Quaint you With Condition and Oppor-
nie of wt.e in th. statistics of suicide tunreg in the great buttling IhisUuir
and dtvor'M which weil-nlgh rend the
I... t ef hit who long- ...1 plays for b.i-' Southwest. "The bann" monthly. .1.
1. 1 thing. I hut rated. 25 els per year. Sample
i viicic.. eiune "n i'in4 there w re j opy mailed on requeal Ton'll want
'. iii initeid Arxeit nu avi'rjge or J'K)
i.i i.ifh st it '-I ih. I'liii ii It even puts
I in m mi in Krii'iiv 1 1 ' urn o t ii yen .
It-fint vv'kii i " '7 pitM-ns lotik their own
llis Ii.sLiti i. i.r Iwisted ('lirlmliinlty. jOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
Miliide In sli-adlly on the Inerease in our
ti.untr There wtre If te n times is I .. -.
...v su..11-. It. Itfll ... in mi lO NEWS INTtHg.T IN THI BIBLE O
AIhiii' ive.y ani' ije s -trav'e iu l.e un-
fit nil it iMiiiue- I'e.irlug the wold "lTn-
hii pliiess' for to tht.. i.iiihi i.m le-
I .K-d ever" sulclilc NVh. I cuust d the
iiiil..iplnt'ss is .inolhi i" stlon
he r. mil' ! tm d i-n i-iiims (i
1.1(14 is mi len itbt' iiiitig Jiid d! ou; .iit.nn
than tbit of the l!t of suicide.
THE KEELEY CURE
ie and ti-
Cures vthiskev morphine mi'
bttin Onlv Ke-rtt-v IiiKtltuie
i)kihiiin.i and in.luii Icrrliorv
co lu uausk ism
thk ki:i:m.v institi'tk.
Ucllcvue PIblc rv.lM. Texas.
J. II. Keith Proprietor.
Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets
A By Mrstisise fr Bay t'tcolc.
Brings QjlJca HssJUi si RMa-vsj Vlgcr.
A speclflo for Onnstlpatloa. lodlge-Hloo. I.Iva
sod RKlMi- Troubles lluiplss. KoreinA linpure
Blood. Ilail Brvwlb. Slil-tgllli Bowels llewtni lie
sad Haclttvh It's Hooky Mountain Te-i in ihIi-
let form M osnts a bur. (lenuine ttuulo t
HuUJSTIK Ilsca Cout-xnr Madison Wis.
GOLDEN NUQGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE
ALL TUE BEST TiK AND -.
LIQUCltS WINKS. ( I
Contloman in Attondar
and Bast Service In
ALL THE BEST URANUS
BEKll AND SOFT nuiNh
t isB eOfrrnil
-'if r ani.. nF-iv
1.. I! It. Otlt It U
c ii u.flltnr
ri..-41 rMik.lM 1 . ijii nle
tlHtlViUJtHlMtCill. grnt r:. i;il
. ClrWmSlilOCJEn Kold by lnrn;l
tir s.Erfi P' I
t " crl ill 1 1
i. i-it ;ui -:
vrt?H bs Jb
fmWy him ir--V
tF&X ftwiii-ii sa
VTCM-Srv r a i arr.
i It when you tea It. Addrtsae The Earth
1118 Rs'.lwayEschanie Cfaleaao.
O JAPAN AND THE PHILIPPINES. O
Of all the vag irirs of thought tlw.it have
1- tn born v)ut of the jHp.tnc-w victorle-s
In M.inrhurla. says the Ch'eago Krini-
Ii. mid. one of th. most extreme Is tie-
id. a that the Tinted Htutes iimi-i now
t.ili he.'d lest Jitp.in w.ir upon us and
1 r 1 1 1 up Of the riiillpplr.t-H A few d-ivn
i go liugh r. lit. i .i rettr.d .ii'nv .nl
'fie! guve etrpr-Msion to his fours and
no rongrMMiiitn Hull of Iowa thulrimin
of tho house '.mnilitct- tm mllliury trt-
f.urK. ventures the pud.ctlon lii.it oiir
tui'i of trimble will i-oiiit vtHlnn ll't.. i
If matter pil tu mill uLlnl''. a.
iii i ihat J. .Mi. retold In .U ie i K'
tu. : Urns sltn UussU ri-ui bc-ni u-i '.
slf-rest mint sK-ounirol and iiHK.eni-
il.ui It matters not th.i: hr ilcto-" !
il.i result more of the moral uuillthH
. ' h.r people ihun of .uiy o- iri.i f fj -ir
1' matti-rB inl ilmi J.ipin li.ix h
i mliLif ."iiL'tion lo a ' i.i ' ill- rifpti'
! in i the Ouc.iiro Tost )
' n ' .1- iieen of late n iiotlcable ln-
iiuvi i' inter st In the study of th
I'-iile. due j rt!y 'o t geiitiul icvlval of
i.etlvlty alin.p religious lilies und partly
to fithi r n Nons.
I'uruig tin greater pirt of Inst year
il.re v. .i dlsilnft .iHak. ning In re-
iuii us elr l s wnlcli In Mini. icalltlM
.In. i I li-." in m I" ill. Wth this
i ..lis. ning ii'i. tfiisifu it tiliK'oas en-
'I ii-l mm lulntllv would go a measur-
1. 1.1. intrt.ise In BIWi reading and Blbls
I. nt this tenewed Interest In the Blblo
) nut wlinllv dloitfd b rellgliius liii-
i!m or rell-rlnis unrest Hevtral classes
I. v. he. n mm sti'l ite t-oinluittng th.ir
Hiii intlnlv up f from the litigious
An sbsoliits tpttllic and snli-i-pt.c prcp-
srstlun lor sll kinds si
B1M PLY A OiaOLB. fERrEOTLY HAEMLE88.
A ihfi cure lr ltarscnes TonHlltU. ("ulny
In Isaitd Ulcerstsd and Cstsrrhsl SarrThrsst. f
A pr(vrntiv ui ursup wnsopmg uuign an-i
I't'ltlfYIN'O MICAI.INn hOOTIIINO
JIsSmMd by IS Most Kmlmrni Tkrti Smwil-
Isis In insctfaairr
&T ulS fee kspt Is rvsrr bam Price S Cent!.
Her 4lsxllsll C. !) SIuIum luwa
J. N. Wallace's Drug Store.
M I1' J1 iiW tttl1 JWll'1r'iV '' I1 ' '
The m v
Ing itiri l'
nu' yuur iij till
ruhli ii.l i.r tl
; saw .hi t pi i i
or nicvciu i iig i!
Iltvvr In i'h iHti.inliv of .ouisv ucupts
It US Ills gjldi .till lull -i' it hut it is
i Isu ' hfK-i with vtMili in- student or
I t r of Krigll.'ii II 1 1 -1 1 in nr of history
i.irirnit offcid t In unfi' ill.tr Who
f.in uiiflersti.itd the Ijuk'i"'! 'h-sslt s If lie
ilivi not know the l.i t n( ' 111111'
Whe'h. 1 the HHilt- b - .iilied us .1
int. J .mil 1 thlcnl icuidf hi us -t literary
(liis!--. ih lesult i'miiii i lail to Ue bene-
r. uil to Hit undent.
Night Prtw'ing Thieve.
Cifitin .-tf 1 S honplng C01 git come like
a thief Jr ; in uight fcieaUa.? In to
fallen tic fan of uiort.il dlaeaao up-
Ion the i' i'.!;. n as they peacefully
taUo it to Olcrol'h's
V'e rt-i a!r most anvthiug
broken he-art f r thti bicak 1
OLSMITH ARMS CO I
China ammunition 0sh n
and aoo:tp.ens k ' C imiJ
co pipea and playir-t t ar.'i
I .p t bid s-i.jf.idH I Ii sj.i. t m una
" -- ' . i. .!.... 11 1.. i...i. Lr.-....'.
.. . rir-j tu iu?ll ii l i'--t.i-.. cv-.nu-F47 .
1 1 l.i iclv.fi First l it iiinv 1
1 lie r'puliriutl.ii of tlie "Wgher crltl-
If mi ' H ond the necessity of knowing
I 1 i-ll.Ic in Ih- tide to understand and
. ininv fie best in Knifllli literature.
lint wfi t.n pur benuty und rl h
i.f- .' "h i! "mi I'lilrd tin pt.ietle.il
1 r i" r.il 1 I'le i'Io'i of tin- Kiitpturts in
. 1 I iv 11' I 14I1 1 vt 'ie 1 n li.T-
. ..!.. l.1 a LiminAll .--li IK.W ri
uln td fmmt-roi.rt. body of religionists.
y. t . fur nil tip point of grt.ii'it l:n-
I '.inn- 'h.it the 151M i-i l-li'g ruo
11 .1 ill '' I-. more fwiii.ini m-day
1 . . It l.i .. n sline the felt J.une-j
. . - -10.11 t ir T.ie b-'-
Ijtxathe llont-v 1 Tar the new dis-
covery for Coughs ami ( 'Id will drive
out tliwc ilfdih l uliiu '''-tuoci beftrn
llu- I'dt'tfir i-ii'i a '.n" It iirofectg th.
ilnt and h-u.ih of ''n Uttle uae-j
runtaiiu in i i..i!.-i Ktp it handy
Hold ty C K. Kt;nfro.
AND CURE THE LU
wm Dr. King
fn nowviAPWH pi
rilH a OUCKSanJ SOc
MnrMt oaU Uuii;kos:. trrl
THROAT and IWw TJ
IJB or MONEY HA- jX
Again On a Strike
il..r. li ." I In vvuil.'
if i inr jtf.ii'i ' u
nflii Ijl WilS si ' ..'i
i li. .1-1-1 u 1. 1 -it i - tn
nflaaBBKr sB r-"1
' ' HH&-aB-'vc' f pi 3 '
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 48, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 22, 1905, newspaper, March 22, 1905; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc72413/m1/7/: accessed September 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.