The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 108, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 31, 1905 Page: 2 of 8
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THE LtTADCR QUTHIST. OKLA
WEDNESDAY. MAY 11 130
ED BROM CLEVELAND
; Was the Motive
Fear or Affection?
Cleveland O. May : rr C K
Bryiint a well known
siclsn hue Just computed n May mov-
ing Job that Is posslblv without i pir-
nileJ In this part f the country He
has moved an entire fifteen-roomed
house fiom Cleveland to Indian Teirl-
tory. Why? W II het eue he vt is
moving his wife s mother was m-iviiig
to hl new home with him nnd she
wanted her old homestend to go with
them. Bo It went.
This remarkable feat waa aeeompllsh-
ed quietly smoothly and successfully j
an without any blaring of trumpet or
th heralding of curioua but dubious
neighbors. There wa no dermmstration
no trouble no delaying of traflc and
creation e excitement the Invariable
accompaniment of even such trifilna;
moving aifalra the hauling of a rest-;
dene out of the lot where It w built.
ncroas a few streets and Into the posi-
tion which It Is Intended to occupy
thereafter. Really this task which seems
so Hercalean an undertaking mvm per-
formed so easily and prosaically an al-
most to destroy the romance that one
feels surety ought to belong In the pic-
Was a Fine Oki Menslon.
The house that traveled from Onlo'a
metropolis to a distant part of the great
Southwest without no much us batting
a figurative eye stood on Harkness
avtuuo in the East end It number
was 143 a few doors of Bmlid avenue
Tot many year It has been one of the
prettiest of houses on that pretty Kaat
end street. It belonged to Mrs Austin
BeckWith widow Of the late Wells Beik-
wll'i It waa her hum for thirty-five
years She bought It when the original
liarkneas. now dead laid out his farm
In allotments and built what is now
It was a beautiful home even In this
netghbornoon of beautiful home. Across
the street from it stands the house that
was the home of the late Judge Henry
C WWW. Without going further Into
thia Obituary of the Beckwltfl homestead
jmfrtce it to aay that the IleeKwlth fam-
ily towed It was attached to It from
antlmantal reasons aad reasons that
were r.fl sentimental. It was their home.
It was pleasing to the eye and a charm-
ing place to live in How to transport
It to Its scene of future and anticipated
usefulness? Simplest thing In th world.
Tear It dawn and ship the pieces.
The house was torn down very care-
ful was the demolition. Frank Brown
who packed the furniture that was In
the house was given the task of de-
molishing the struct w It wan torn
down with as .nuch care as murks th
moving of a fine piano out of the fifth
story of a fiat. Its atoms wire. Indexed
classified tied tog-whir and pu.k-d -vltli
as much solicitude for projecting orners
and exposed spots as though it win a
valuable hall clock and not a htg dwell-
ing bouse that was going Into the pack-
"When It arrives at its destination If
It Is not already time these pieces tU
be unpacked remitted together and
presto there is No. 343 Harkness avenue
standing on a street In the city of Itus-
logee Indian Territory Just as naturally
as though It had grown there.
t Ail on One Freight Car.
Only two men were employed actively
.on the work. They worked slowly but
with precision and accuracy. By Mon-
dr o lust week the house was de-
molished." The "debris" stood about the
premises ranged In neat and orderly
bundles of boards ttmb re joints
frames etc Tneae were bound togeth-
er with straps of metul with wire and
In the conventional packing cusc meth-
od. As each came out of the house It
was numbered. In what Nntcm la
known exactly by Uiown It la a nys-
lem that will be explained to the Mus-
kogee builders and with it us their
chart they can iiubkly reassemble the
On Tuesday the lunib r wits bauUd to
the railroad at Wanhington htrot
There it was p-uk. i Into a singh filKlit
oar and on Wedniadav It tir'd lor
lt destination a oinpmhd b a Ha-
ter car whlih won loadi d with th houi -bold
A La Nautilus.
Mrs Betkwlth at whone ruimst thin
strung form of moving vim adopitil i x-
pb)n It in Hi In w iv
"We liked the old houM- of course i
but It wasnt sev'ment lon. that made
us move it in miv mi wan moving u
Inuuu. "rii. r yto lm llnre prrman
tmllj and we waninl to dlHpom of thu
property on HaiknesM avium. We void
the tod and the pi op I. who bought it
did WM Want the l.outi' tf iourm- they
offered to buy It but they would li.ii"
had to tear it iluin and sell It for old
lumber. Quite nutuially they wie not
Wttllug to pay for It what It wuh worth
S a house
"So W dee Ida d that i would tnk
It With US. If it wat onlv g.d ti' Km-
ber anyway and hud to bi imn down by
somebody we thought that we might
be the ones to tear It down Only We
would keep the pl.a Tin house will
be rebuilt In Mii-kuK"- i. w as it
stood in CUveland Wi will moji-iiilte
It aomewhai and udd a l-w Improve
n i m Hint It iwr hn ! b'lt other. i
Bttt Of ShApf
I Hi' Dukwi.h nouxei tlvy found th It
as In rrrftct condition The lumber
ros of the tet to start vlth end it w
built In ths days When only perfect
mntlrtnl went into houses and stent In
Mltht The nclc i n good as new said
one of thr employed In t e work of
detr ' i
Th t luii l i ml In i l liotight In
it wli-vl it i liswi invnro'e illte
)jh it i fi In 'h in -1 I'n" 1 t
'doubt if miu ouid n-t tint good lumber
f it in p l' T t I Inil o m iff i .rot Ing
Imrdir . tnd and to m- ivti. var
Evry .'iok of It l straight grninod irnd
rUl-ss a.id If nnvthln Is better than
It nit thp dny It went In"
v n H-lc stuff will be left behind.
l-.r intmi 'h lithlng wns ruined by
j.ivinc off thf the plutei nnd salvaging
th iniportimt puts of the li ime Be-
sulcs lath l clmip and would not pay
n The snmgies too
Vn the frmiidtit on did not go wun
the r-ot Th eellar wis aim l"ft undls-
'tuilifd Bryant will hive to ilia: n n'w
on- wlxti he put the h u to. tin r In
)it thr fiirnoo lip " th flooi 1 unl"
' th- ldboud tin J 'hi tli toof th"
Mnr tl .!! mJ tl Ini'l i H'Dil
voik In f.i ' thi i win ft i"' i "
biilMlim w r 'iiiikI in I'll" fiHnloi 1'
will onl iim.m.i ii !o tin' 1 I low
liiK llilns to It wio i I' K'ti! to Ini'l in
Dig i now i II ir buhl m found it Ion
and nw clniim V put m raw loof r -
Cheaper to Move Than Build.
It is claimed by the Biytmt family that
their new home will hm e coft them
1 a than had they bought new lumber
nnd mill( ( b'Hn( nPW house in their
nw nomo in the flrat place every foot
. mntpr1(1 lg nag.) perfectly la
t d nd to put in Uni' la perfectly
plalnned Moreover tnuiaportatkwi
costs less than lumber The oi ly tool
necessary in erecting the house after It
fc . hammer
AV . maybe the house may need
a coat of paint after It's up.
Myriads of nails had to be carefully
dealt with because to yank off a board
in the ordinary way would mekii either
a spilt a cracked comer some ugly
nail holes or a scarred surface Especial-
ly was this true In taking apart the In-
terior woodwork the window casements
the cupboards and the footboards. Tht
ftortis. likeklie. had to be dc-HaMely
handled That every board piai tic illy
Is in perfect shape tentlflcs strongly to
I the workmanly manner that character
ized the dlrsettlnn of the big house
And when we ure settled In our new
home It will be aotne satisfaction to
know that we are still In our old home"
sry- Mrs. BecUwith
Nursing Mothers and Malaria.
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
Chill Totile drives out Malaria and bul'dn
up the system. Sold by all dealers for
it years. Price 60 cents.
FRISCO BRIDGE RUINED.
Forty Dents Washed Oif tT Canadian
Themat Okla. May JL Forty bent
were swept from the Frisco bridge over
the South Canadian liver last night The
river is raging and there are 10 means
of transferring passengers The orldge
Is about a mile long and It Is nearly a
Saved By Dynamite.
Sometimes a flamli g city is saved by
dynamiting u space that the lire can't
cross. Sometime a cough hangs on so
lorg. you feel m If nothing but dyna-
mite would cun It. Z I". Gray of Cnl-
houn Ga. writes "M alfe had a very
aggravated cemgh which kept her awake
nights. Two phys eluns could not help
her- io she took ))r King's New Dis-
covery for Consumption Coughs and
Colds which eased her cough gave her
leep and ftnully cured her." Strictly
scientific cure for bronchitis and La
Grippe At all druggists price 60c and
U00; guaranteed. Tiial bottle t'ea.
he Southwestern business University
of Oklahoma Oity has on account of its
Increased attendance been forced to move
iccently Into new quarters 111-120 North
Hroudway. Tl is institution has under
lis present tnanair.ent grown very rap-
idly until at the present time its en-
rollment during the year runs up into
hundreds. Anyonu wishing to prepare
hlmvelf for tho best position offered by
the commerc .u world can make no mis-
take by enter ng this institution. Its
citu'pn.t'nt Is second to none in the coun-
try and Is surpiisd by none In thO
Southwest ThU Institution Is offering
a speilal rate daring the summer months.
Anvone wishing nformatlon concerning
a com nercll education should write to
the outhwemin Kusliifss U-ilvorslty
Of Oklull.'lllH '!'
Have yoi'i .lr.trii8 (1 aiud and
ed I w II be In to n (( i a f. w days
onlv Clt i ilng vvlih nit rniptvlng the
!. If not -atbfu'iiv no pay I'hone
Utonns r. rKuu.ii t v li NUUoU.
Observation cafe earn now In service
" Yab.ih day trails buvvetr Kansas
..... and St l.ouis both lll t- t Ions and
1 on Waouln New Vo.k fum mail tram
Insure against wind storms with W.
CYCLONE AT COLBERT
Qrsat Damage to Property
Colbert I. T. May tl II l ni'inlng
at 45 a. ylou visited this pldvt hav-
ing in its wuke a terrible loss of propvr-
t but no Ions of life nor Injury of limb
The property damage ii ver In aw
The Presbyteilan church a li. indium.
new UUiture Is completely dlxtiovd
The home of (' l" I.yous ( olorvd n
total wriik A lurge windmill boloniiinK
Hair Vigor. You know
gray nair aaas iwenty years w
your looks! Then restore the
color; keep young! Stop your
hair from falling out and make It
grow long end heavy. iArMM.'
The Worlds Greatest
The World's Sweetest
Sale Greater than the World's
Product of Other Skin Soaps
Sold Wherever Civilization Has
MUHons of the worlds beat people
use Cuticnra Soap assisted by Cuti-
cura Ointment the great skin cure
for preserving purifying and beau-
tifying the skin for cleansing the
scalp of crusts scales and dandruff
and the stopping of falling hair for
softening 'whitening and soothing
red rough and sore hands for baby
rashes itchings and chafings for
annoying irritations or too free or
offensive perspiration for ulcerative
weaknesses and many sanative anti-
septic purposes which readily suggest
themselves to women especially
mothers as well an for all the pur-
poses of the toilet bath tnd nursery.
Cuticnra Soap combines delicate
emollient properties derived from
Cuticnra the great skin cure with
the purest of cleansing ingredients
and the most refreshing of flower
odours. No other medicated Boep
ever compounded ia to be compared
with it for preserving purifying and
beautifying the skin scalp hair and
hands. No other foreign or domestic
toilet soap however expensive is to
be compared with it for all the pur-
poses of the toilet bath and nursery.
Thus it combines in one soap at one
price the most effective skin and com-
plexion soap and the purest and sweet
est toilet batn anu nursery soap.
BM thraaghwt tat niM. Cpttesr IkMhmt .
Us form o Csowkn OWhO l
Manual. Ste-Smil Shi. tin Hi
ivw sm. sir tmi i
pfaMiatal le ftp Sc Dynu i boaaaa IT Chum-
raMta i PvKKi.
Oeft fel Prapa.
rt Brttf Hmbom."
Jlw9w rirflvf Prer .
or- Sud lei " III
nmr iirer vatai e
:w k Oart
to A N Lcecraft was blown to pieies.
The mill was within fifty yards of the
iJwMIiik but the family escaped harm.
Prof If V. King had his outbuildings
blown down and carried out Into the
Htreet The residence of P. M Hurst
was broken In two and the home of Jess
Hunnon taken oft Its foundat.on nnd
The front of the general store of
Bacon & Hurst Was blown down and
carried out into the street.
W. it. Rose C. K. Bacon and many
otbers received much Injury to barns
outbuildings etc. Telephonic communi-
cation is cut off from the Interior. It
Is feared that loss o! life wUl be re-
ported. The damage to crops fences etc. can
not Ik? estimated at this time but It Is
known that all crops have sutler Ml e
peclally potatoes and cotton.
Terrific Ras- Vlth Death.
"Death was fast approaching" writes
Ralph F. Femandes o( Tampa Fla.
describing bis fearful race with death
as a result of liver trouble an dheart
disease which had robbed me of sleep
and of all interest in life. I bad tried
many different doctors and snveiul med-
icines but got no benefit until I began
to use Kiev trie Bitters. So wonderful
was their effect that m three davs 1
felt like a new man. and today I ajn
cured of all my troubles." Guaranteed
at all druggists nics 50c.
SMALL COTTON DECREASE.
Acreage of Oklahoma Nor
Prom official sources the report
given out that the cotton acreage :n Ok
lahoma this season will be decrvuned
under last year only 17 to 19 per cent
In some counties. Indeed the acreage
is Increased over 1904 notably In Lin-
coln county ous of the most productive
cotton counties In the territory. In
Voodward Beaver Dewey and other
northwestern Oklahoma oouutles there
will be a considerable Increase. Cotton
was planted In these counties for the
first time last year and the crop was
satisfactory This aieounts for an In-
creased acreage for 1S05
In the big cot ton -grow ing count!
hownver with thr exception of Lincoln
thi if are less acres pi mud than lai
year This is true In tJreer Comanche
and Kiowa and also Pottawatomie
whtre a considerable cotton acreage is
planted lo potatoes
Mother Cray's Sweet Powders for Chil-
dren. 8uc.ee aful!y used by Mother t3 ray nuise
in the Children s Home In New Yolk.
Cum Keverwhness Bad Stomach Teeth-
ing IUsordeis move and regulate th
Itovvds and Destioy Worms. Over 80 Ui'O J
tiDtinionliUs They novsr fail. At all I
diugglsts 25c. Kiemple FREE Addles
Alien A. Olmsteud Le Roy N Y.
Can You Take 'Em.
Have you room for visitors? Will
you help entertain N. E. A. delegates"
Rooms are wanted. Call up or write
E P. Bhlnn tare Quthrle club.
Insure against wind storms with W
r. Wsttter. I
Holuirl Nos-R' imbllcui Duiing th
courses of h" itmurks. Cany Nuti
the ollur evtiilus used languuge Hi '
was unlit to lie tuurd If a nesii.ip i
would iiliit It I'll- pcojiic would tin ivv
nil tlu It arms in li in or una xtiy tlut i
i.ii w m no' Hi to go Into the hoim
li his In . ii i-.u.l In I hi luilpll of li i
lull th it iln ii was not a IMP'! iil
li-lnil in ihi iu that was ttt for tl
In in. t nil itlon k talk ii long i"
i' t in I i thr dunk h itut and ih
l.'kuuUik i i Ihe ll.juol tiuffli In vim
gMd it ceitHinly dot a no on' anv huliii
hut some of hn Illustrations the oth i
cvinlng were iiLMMii a vulgar as w
ewr he-ttid 01 read What Carry said
niA) be' tl ue and may be good Illustra-
tion but bi church in the preseooe of
women and children is a mighty poor
puce to treat such subjects
O THE WOVAN BEAUTIFUL O
O (Wiittsn for The Leader) Q
WOMAN reaches the top notch of
cleverness when she n share the sec-
rets of others sn 1 ! P hc own to her-
self. RBADEI! ti'- t i nvr - na nn-r
be usod on mm-lii'iv Rl iv u nl hs
It v." kf tru gl.t off tiring i .lirkcn-
Ing Hgtnt "f pronoimi. 'il s utiK h If
vour lockfi arc of the lnon or lilo'k
type this forrnul i can b uwJ with ex-
cellent reinlts One-half pint of biv
rum. on--hulf pint of sna;e t-a ono-lmlf
ounce of llmture of canthnrldri tmnty
grains of blstilpnate of quinine Appl
to the sealp nlghtlv also ' mornlnglv'
If jou haw the- time to spare For moult
ing topknot there l nothing better than
i course of clecirlc massage treatments
which will enliven circulation and en-
courage the eland to nwtfter letlon
Q I it to Iti idir veil will fl nl
a formt'li foi i hilr kmiwi If 'i
would like the kiihic kind of tonic ml1 U"
thi sage t i ui the follovvim. ' six-
teen grali of blsulbhate of nuliune
four oun of ah ohol otn hilf oiph i
of glvcerln oiie-lKlf nun' " of lnv rum
and watu 'o make one pint. Kiip In
mind ph ise. that whin the Inn fill"
bud) there Is some ltlinite i nii ami
thin cnu- should be r movid Neivous-
nes. l epltss n ! overwork and wor-
ry wouM have made Samson bald-heudcd
In a wei k or two
O F. R Keep your soul above the
petty trifles of life. If you don t vou
will nevi know a contented moment.
You might just as well look upward and
ahead If you keep looking backward all
the time you're sure to stub your toe
or fall into a ditch. Every time you lose
your temper you dig a line In your face
Thus are beautly Ills self-infected. A busl
ness girl should not wear fiills and
flounces and Jewelry during working
hours. It would be quite as rational for
a man to appear at his office clad in
evening clothes and white kid gloves
HINDOO HOOI.KT HIP are not i-i
style. If you possess the kind ihit
won't come off let It be suggested thit
you Join a gym class and work off vmn
unnecessary adipose tissue bv good h in!
exercise. A simple method of home
treatment is that of touehlng the n n '
without bending the knees first Ining-i
Ing the hands well above the head Io
this for five or ten minutes night ami
SALESGIRL Read reply to O F R
A plain black everyday froek with short
skirt and shi't waist nnd white turn-
over and cuffs in the most appropriate
gown for a working girl. Don't spend
your money for gilt belts and fripperies.
Save it for good supstantial things to
eat and durable clothing to wear.
MME. QUI VIVE.
Most of the patent medicine testimonials
are probably genuine. The following no.
lice recently appeared in the Atchison
(Kas..) Globe: "Joe Tack a well known
engineer running on the Missouri Pac-
ific between 'Wichita and Kiowa lately
appeared In a big one with a picture
and when he was In this offce today
we nsked him about it. lie says he
hail terrific pnlns In his stomach and
hought lie- I id oncer His druggNt
recommended Kodnl and he mi It cured
hlin He" recomme ided It to otlnis who
we e nNo cril ' ivulol lo ip pU me
digests what jou eat and cures all stom-
al h irouMis Sold by C E Ken fro
Costs Only 25 ceots at Brtrsb.
aL IJr 7 vy2'ra
Or mtll 25 certs to C.
Mother! Hesitate no longer tut save the health and life ot
your child as thousands have done by giving theso powders.
TEETHINA Is easily given and quickly counteracts and over-
comes tho effects of tho summer's heat upon teething children.
GAS! GAS! GAS!
We sell Gas Ranges and Hot Plates
at; cost and connect them free simply
to encourage the use of GAS.
GUTHRIE GAS COMPANY.
Many people who are
dotting towards Bright' s Disease which is
A HEALTHY it
Is the one that can rightfully boast of pure blood. When
the rich red wiire of life is coursing through the veins it im-
part vigor and strength to the bod' and healthy action to all
parts of the system. A healthy family is a wealthy family ;
it niay be poor in worldly goods but possessed of a priceless
jewel that all the riches of earth cannot buy. A healthy family
may not carry in their veins the blood of titled nobles or dis
tinguished ancestors but vigorous health is always an evidence of thecsi
best and purest blood for the vital fluid contains all material neccssaryj
for the making of bone and muscle and the growth and development or
the body and upon its purity
body is fed upon weak sickly blood the system languishes growth is stunted disease
enters without hindrance and the simplest maladies are apt to develop into serious sick-'
ness. In so many ways does the blood become contaminated that the fewest number succeed!
in keeping this life-giving health-sustaining fluid in a pure and natural state We inherit
the disease-tainted blood of ancestors parents transmit to their children such impoverished
and weak blood that their lives are a continuous battle againt disease and from earliest
infancy are harassed by sores and the most . M m
ir 1 1 L- J t 1 . Notvwk Ohio May 28 1008.
dreadful Skin eruptions and heirs tO Some Some ton yoars ago I used your S. S. S. with tho most
old family disease. No one has a right to satiffB0.tory ""J ts: rojn ohimhood nP i had been both-
A. J .. e u r . j orod with bad blood oharactorlied by skin eruptions antV
tlirOW Upon the ShOUlderS OI posterity a dlS- bells esp'oolally bad In the summer. For Ave or six sum-1
ease that might have been cured or allow m x haa boUs "anBlne from Ave to twenty ia number
. . j .. ' a . oaoh season. Our looal physicians presoribed for me bub
the DlOOd to remain impure Without ail etiort nothing they gave me did away with the annoying skin:
tO restore it tO health. Rheumatism Ca- eruptions or prevented tho boll from appearing - TheJ
.. i e ' burning aooompanylng the eruption wag terrible and 1 hadi
tarrh bcrorula and many or the severer ns high as six boils at one time. My condition was truly at
forms of skin diseases are frequently iuher- pitiable a whea J began s. s. s. it seemed to be just-
.. A j 1 .1 ..ii.. tho medlolno needed In my case. It drove out all impnrl-
lted and only the most thorough COUStltU- ties and bad blood and restored the circulation to Its orIg-
tional treatment can remove them. Bad l?al strength and purity giving me permanent relief from)
. . -iir mi t- lit. ii. the skin eruption and bolls. This has been ten years ago1
blOOd IS responsible tor more 111 health than and I have never had a return of tho dlsoase. Iwouldstate
all other causes combined; it absorbs the als0 that my husband has taken u with good results.
.1 . .t. ii. i J ii MRS. J D ATHERTON J
poisons that gather in the system and the ...
germs and microbes floating in the .air find their way into the circulation and old sores?
and ulcers Eczema Boils Malaria and a long train of other diseases follow. j
If you do not come of a strong and vigorous family and your blood shows evidence of im-
purity nothing will so quickly bring it back to a healthy condition as S. S. S. the mostl
widely known and popular blood remedy on. the marlcet. It purifies and builds up weakj
flpH iVH lK
taken by old and young without any bad after effects or injury to the system. As a bloodj
purifier and tonic at this season S. S. S. has no superior. It puts the blood in good order.!
removes all poisonous accumulations invigorates all parts of the system and prevents that
debilitated tired feeling common to this time of year. Keeping the blcod healthy is thej
secret of all healthy families. Write us if in need of medical advice which our physicians
will furnish free of charge. Book on the blood and its diseases mailed free
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA. GA.
Are You Going Eatt?
In making your arrangements for your
vacation this summer It would lie well
to consider convenience and savin? of
time. The Wabash with Its own rails to
St. Louis Dsti-olt Toledo Pittsburg and
Buffalo is the shortest l.ne makes the
best time anil furnishes the beat accom-
nodatlons. Through service to New
i'ork and Boston.
Ask your local ticket agent for tickets
ver the Wabash they all sell them.
J1 1 1 r r .t .ill IU i i hi rid iv nnd
lriliv Jn H 1 mil - Moi ton ud Per-
me it Mill ne-y Pitlom 117 V.. Osla-
hni . a i nut
the Bowel Troubles of
Children of Any Aon. '
Aids Digestion Regulates
(he Bowtls Strengthens
the Child and Makes
J. MOFFETT M. D ST. LOUIS MO.
neglecting symptoms of
stops irregularitles strengthens the urinary organs and builds up the worn-out tissues
of the kidnevs so thev will oerform their functions oronerlv. Healthv kldnevs strain out
i- the imnurities from the blood
the poisonous waste matter is carried by the circulation to every part of the body
causing dizziness backache stomach trouble sluggish liver irregular heart action etc.
it you nave any signs of Kidney or Bladder Trouble commence taking rOLliY'b
KIDNEY CURE at once as it will cure a slight disorder in a few days and prevent a
fatal malady. It is pleasant to take and benefits the whole system.
Hew to Find Out.
You can easily determine if your kidneys axe
out of order by setting aside for 24 hours a
bottle of the urine passed upon arising. If
upon examination it (e cloudy or milky or has
a brick -dust sediment or small particles float
about in it. vour kidnevs are diseased and
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE should
SOLD IND RECOMMENDED BY
rests our chances for good health. When the
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kidney trouble hoping "it will wear away" are
kidney trouble in one ot its worst forms.
as it nasses throutrh them. Diseased kidnevs do not. and
Sixes. 50 Gents and $ 1.00a
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siuggisn Diooa ana stimulates inc circulation ana tnus
rids the system of impurities. S. S. S. contains tonic asl
'.veil as blood purifying properties and builds up thej
general health improves the appetite and digestion ind
tones up the nerves while ridding the blood of all poisons
and humors. Nothing reaches old chronic blood troubles-
like S. S. S.. and beiucr a strictly vegetable remedy can be.'
State Agent American Surety Company of New York.
Bonds of all kinds furnished.
is of all kinds furnished. C
Come and Secure the Bargains at
5 riarrison Avenue.
$l53J iiCiI!!!:-! 4ivW)W?iiiBMaK
G. D. Burhana Tostifios After Four Yoarss
G. B. Durban of Carlisle Center N. Y. writes:
"About four years sgo I wrote you ststiog thst I had been entirely
cured of s savere Money trouble ty taking lass than two bottles of
Palsy's Kidaey Cure. It entirely stopped the brick-dust sediment and
riln sod symptoms of kttiney disease disappeared. 1 am clad to say that
have sever had a return of aoy of those symptoms during the four
years that have elapsed and I am evidently cured to stay cured and
heartily recommend Foley's Kidaey Cure to say one tufftrlog from
kidney or Wadder trouble."
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 108, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 31, 1905, newspaper, May 31, 1905; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc72473/m1/2/: accessed January 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.