The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 93, Ed. 1, Tuesday, September 13, 1898 Page: 4 of 4
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VJA1L HUNTER WRITES.
Mouah Htttert 31nitrrt (hit Vrommtlont -
Matcot Ketiirncit Tho Hoy
C'AHP Wikoff. Moutauk N V I
September 8th 1SWS 1
Thk Leader- The Inst days o( the
Bough Rldrri as rrjttuont (la draw
lug to cl'nr ninl next Tuesday will
find thciu free American cltlaeus to tfo
and come where and when wo plensp
Joy and pence reigns supremo. Mus-
ttrlng out papers of U troop will be
finished this evening.
Fred Ileal Corporal Detinnin nnd
Corporal Menr arrived In camp Monday
and received a ht-arty greeting by the
boys. Corporal McClure eatne In Tues-
day The following changes lu noncom
missioned officers wero rsad to the
troop at cboi'k roll call Wednesday
evening Coiporal Moran to be ser-
geant; Private L. R. Love Uarry Holt
and A U. Dennum to be corporals
Sergeant Hands and Corporal McClure
reduced to the milks.
Wo have been unable to not any In
formation as to the whorcbouts of our
brave buglar ritar Wluttnor. The
Inst news was that he had arrlvod at
Slboney hospltallon the 9ml of July
badly wounded tu tht leg. Every
effort 1b being niado to trace him. but
r.o far no trace of him beyond the uos
p'tal can bo obtained.
Cuba "the mascot" was found In
Cuba by one cf the Tenth cavalry boytt
and brought over. He Is now playing
with his old comrade the mountain
lion. The regimental eaglo owned by
F troop is a beauty and as gentle as a
Corporal Long and Private Joull are
in the Rooaeveit hospital in New York
city. Both wore taken sljk with a
mild form of typhoid fever
Lieutenant Carr surprised the boys
by suddenly making his nppearauc n
few days ago He looks no worse for
having felt tho sting of a Mauser rltle
and la just as jolly as ever.
The regimental chaplain and Col.
Boosevslt made farewell addresses to
the regiment last Sunday.
Tho Red Cross sent up ten gallons of
Ice cream to the boys last evening.
The boys thought it must all be eaten
up or the ladles would fuel Insulted
Home of them have hardly recovered
from tho "overproduction."
We will get regular transportation
to our places of enlistment and this
with the extra clothing money and
back pay we get will put us In Hbace
to come homo in true Western style.
We will get half fare on any railroad
we desire to travel on. The boys will
come home like a fl'jck of sheep In
bunches of two and four
Tho boys have been amusing them
selves by riding all the bucking horses
brought to camp. Tho performance
begins at 2 p m. and lasts until all the
horses havo been ridden to a finish.
Largo crowds gather at three perform-
ances and the kodak fiend is on hand-
trying to get a snap shot at the out-
lawed horso and reckless rider.
You need not look for us; you will
hear as coming. P W IIuktkr.
A PITIFUL APPEUj.
Story of Suffering Sick on th lure (Jrotiiifl
Four Itayt Alyerlun Ile'pvnlblt-
A Hoy' i Letter to llli Father
Kansas Citv Sept. lb 1398
Mr. Andrew Wobb.
DtAn Fathkh I have just got ip
out of bed wbero I have been since I
came here. I have been very sick and
under the doator'B caro. I wish I coul 1
tell you what I havo bceu through
since I came baak to the Uulted States
It Is a dlsgraco to .hiuk of trn way we
were treated I laid four deys on the
ground without a bit of medicine o I
got tho doctor to let me come here
They Bald they did not have any mod
Icino at ou hospital so I jiiHt h' d to
lay there. I have been taking so much
medlclno since I came hce that I can
hardly see. The medicine is try
strong. My doct r's bill will be pretty
largo. The best doctor In town h s
attended mo and I am getting better.
Father I wIbIi you could spare mo five
dollars till I can get my money from
the government. I have to .o ti
United Stat a hospital to bo examined
and hive no money to gt there o if
you will lot mo havo ll 1 will -1- i
back when I get mine.
Well I will close for .h's tlnu . 1 u
lovo trcta Okhau)
810 Pork Tonue
Mill Kltlr Cauldy (lleen I imrrll ftlrty.
The young people gave a farewell
Nurprlse party last night to Miss KbnIc
Casstdy at the homo of her parents
1023 West Maubur. Dancing and games
were the pastimes. Refreshments were
served MUs Kssle uucompanled by
her mother left this morning fcr Wich-
ita wbero she will enter All Hallows
Those prcent wore Misses Lizzie
McNeal Bessie Williamson. ICsddle
Kennedy Kva Oregory aud Kssle Cas-
aldy Messrs. Warren Painter Lloyd
Hatnpsell Lyman (ray Fred Rhodes
Boscor Robertson and Enoch Bam ford.
U Hopeful unit .Ciironrili( Outlook for the
A unit 31. Colleye
Examinations aud admisslous to tho
Agricultural and Mechanical college
wore being held on Monday aud Tues-
day of this week at Stillwater. The
number presenting themselves for ex-
amination is unusually large and Indi-
cate a greatly increased attendance
over any former term.
Regent 0. J. Benbon of Shawnee
has placed 8S0 at the disposal of the
faculty to be given fta prizes to the
senior class. These prizes will consist
of 810 -nd S:o each and will bo award-
ed to the two members of the cWss
haying the highest average grade
throughout tho year and the best
standard of conduct-
On Wodneday evening appropriate
opening exercises will bo hold in tho
Rhsembly ball of the college. Addres-
ses will be given by Pres. Morrow and
by Prof. Chandler the bead of the
recently established department of
mechanical engineering. The inuaia
ol the evening will be la charge of
Un. E. O. Stevenson director of the
department of wuslc
For sale one horse one set double
Immeta e&e wagon three plows one
aetiarpntr tools and other article
Cull at 104 Rut Cleveland.
y-U Mrh. m. A KicrjKr
CITV IN BRIEF.
Toys are uheap at Lltlls's 4 rug store
Kaw sailor and walking hats at the
Uutbrlt Cash Store.
Old Motes and the best whlsklas
311. Harrltou Ave. 47-tf
Fob Sals A eood milch oow at tha
Uuthrio Marble Yard.
Found a ladles' silk parasol. En-
quire ct the Lcadeii orllce
In good times smoke Old Times dime
cigar. Mistletoe Bar Harrison Ave. S
The band will glvo an open air con-
cert tonight on the government acre.
In good times smoka Old Tlmesd ime
cigar. Mttleloe Bar Uarriso n Ave.
Have you seen that elegant line of
stationery at Lillic .. Co's. cost sale
for ten dass only?
An elegant line of Initial letter
seals wsx etc. just received at LU-
He's drug store.
Tho school board mot last night but
owing to there being no quorum they
adjourned till Wednesday the 16th.
F. B. Llllle A. Co. received last week
tho largest consignment "of school
books ever shipped to tho territory In
The Woodmen's Circle No. meets
Wednssday evening September Htb
at the res denoc of Mrs. II. 0. Barney
384 N. First Street.
Henry Rltterbusch Is erecting a store
rooiu and dwelling combined at the
corner of Broad and Cleveland. Tha
room will be occupied as a grooery.
Are you going to Omaha and have
you your fall hat ready? If not call
at the Guthrie Casb Store where a full
line of this fall's goods have Just been
Messrs. ''utch Bros. cotton buyers
have rented three office rooms in the
Leader block D. U. represents Love
.1 Thurmond of Ardmore; E L. Is
iclli W K TVrlnr. of HnnRV Grove.
Texas and J F. will buy cotton on his
nwi linnls rThtr nrn nil crnnd rnpn an 1
thorough In the cotton business hav
lng neon raised in mat line.
Cup.aln and Mrs H. 0. Ban es ame
over from Fort Reno this oiornlng foi
a few days' visit with the captain'
parents Gov. and Mrs. Ramus. Capt.
B rnes says they have recelveu orders
to hold thcrasolves In readlneri ti
move as soon as transportation arrive
for the battalion which will be b
Thursday of this week. They go t
Lcxlng.on Ky. The inei went jvlh
with excitement when they hoard i f
the order to move.
Mrs. . v. Keand Is veiy Iclc.
Dan Hyan is here from Shawnee.
W. " Oilling is.down from Winfleld
E. L Vim of Winfleld is in the
Mrs. F. B. DlllK rill vklttha Omaha
Sergeant Paul Foster was reported
some better today.
Supreme Court Clerk B. HegW U
back from El Reno.
Judee . . O. 0. Bier r ' o cour
business at Nuwl lr' .
Wilt Rltterbusch wil' Jo c
slon ..odotiv ''" Dinah. .
Rev. J. 2. Plp-i. .i'urued tod. " r.r
a vis. i tc ftir iliri.Tr Traa.
Mrs. 'Hack oi olcr- do 'C r'u"- I.
uo.e Li ujs 3 u sl-k.- Mrs. A.
Prof Oscar Ljh. .. rattu'n .' ? th j
noon rai f rom HjV "'er. 1- I1..3 j
Score. aiy Joirflj i in Mc--w.'l
wh ire ll1? vill addros .he olt-Icr '
uniou tod a; .
Ed ICin.irn o. t'n t nnou.1 T.'c'.lng
Co. rier .h-ea Tiie'io lllncn la 'Me
10 riai 'no MsiojIJou tr. .h's ror.u.
'r u3 nex ken lu. lo 17 i jlock
r7 in .ho hear o. ne busln.-s ilior-oj-hfarooi
tho city .'lll be lor s;.lo
lowe. th n aty propel ty ever sold lu
.his city. Apply 1 th ) Lhadkii otUco.
expo I ince To'vchoa the value of
Hood'a S..riaparllli. It U constantly ac-
complishing wonderful cures and jo'i1e In
all sections t'ke I. knowing It V.IU1I0 tVem
Hoqu1 '!lla cur all liver Ilia. Mailed
.or 13 c -nts by C. J. H00U & Co.Iwtll.MUH.
the ' bl'c Mihoolt Openul I'eitertUty With
Yet i -.day was a buay day at tho
Ave icncol buildings it being the tlrst
day ot school. The teachers wera kept
busy . li day examining and grading
aud examining 6choler giving them
list of books needed and assigning
them vo the different rooms The en-
rollment yesterday was much larger
than for any proceeding year. Tha
following li the enrollment for each
building: Central 3'JS; Capital 271;
Banner 1S1 ; Lincoln aud annex 143
Superintendent Campbell reports
quite a number of scholars from the
country who want to attend the city
schools. The h'gh school was crowded
tho first day with only 58 seats and
over 60 scholars enrolled.
Superintendent Campbell is an edu
cator ot years Btandlng. He Is a hard
worker aud will put Uuthrio schools
In tha front raaks.
A Oulhtl: Merchant Who U At the Trout
All the Time
While Mr. Joe Sendlebank 10 f the
Fair was in the east selecting his fall
and winter stock bo decided that his
house would need a delivery wagon to
keep pace with the increasing bust
ness of the store and it occurred to
him tout ti horseless delivery wagon
would be the proper thing. The wa
gon wtu be supplied wttu a motor and
be operated the same aa the pleasure
horseless carriages so much in usa in
the east uow. The Fair will deliver
all purchases by the new system as
soot as their wagou arrives.
l'ny Ikiy atthtfort
Yesterday vr aa pay day at the Fort
and almost 8l0n00 was paid to the
men aud oftlcera.
United States District Attorney Sam
Overstreet received today a very Bee
Gordon setter pup froaa a friend la
MUsourl. Saw evidently stourad the
do U kap the wJf frsw'the docv
Itomorratl CVwrWy Committee Ma ng.
There will be a meettnr of the Jeui-
eeratlo county central commit' e at
tha Free Silver headquartert in 'uth-
rle the 17th Inst at 1 p m Import
ant business Jas W. dx i n
J. A Saurbkm. Chahraan
Uff fbr Omaha
A large number of the people of tha
territory will leave tomorrow ami tho
next day for Omaha to be present on
Oklahoma day September 10th. Uov
Barnes and staff and quite a number
of others among them John Goloblu
will leavo ou the afternoin train to
HtdiUt.of-tht-Jtoail lluilUr Tleliet
Sheriff. Otto Hansen; nrobato ludire.
G. O. McCord; county attorney llarvej
uuis ; county dark bum Wairen ; reg
Wtnrof deeds Andrew Potettc: county
treasurer Steve Starr. County com-
mlhsioners First district O. N. 1. r-
kins second I)r Bran ou ; th id (
Richer Justices of the peace Cal
Orner and Judge McCarver. Constables
Artie Daniels and Curly Washington.
DISCUSS MATTERS TWO HOURS
AT SAN JUAN.
San Juan Do Porto nico Sept. 12.
The tn'o cvacucatlon commissions held
nn hour's uesslon today nnd adjourned
until Wednesday. The American com
missioners made known their position
regarding tha cvacutton and transfer
of the Island In accordance with their
THOMES BAYAItD NO BETTER.
Dedhnm Mass. Sept. 12 Mr. Bay-
ard's condition remains practically the
same tonight no appreciable change
belnK noted by the physicians.
Ue Oat the Quarter.
Te had deposited his ticket in tho box
on tho down town station of tho Sixth
avenuo "h" road at Fiftieth street and
was counting his change in a soaroh for
plugged dimes nnd nickels. A qunrtor
full from his hands and rolled along the
di 'form until It ledged under the raised
stu.i whl 'Ji form tho edgo of tho pint-
for" There it lay in plain view but as
uuobtalimbiu us tho Loluen upples of
liespeiideit. T'ie 'oner was tho 1 loturo
'I don't &iro n'out tho blamo coin
ha wiUlfd. "l'o got 'em to burn but
. jib. makes mo mud to see that quar-
ter there uui I oan't got it"
"Qimiuo n dime mister" said a
messenger boy "and 6 cents for ox-
peuhea and I'll got yer niuu. "
Tho man regarded the boy for a mo-
ment nnd said "Go ahead."
Ho returned in a few minutes with
his form working convulsively. In his
hand he hud a piece of scantling. The
crowd wntohid him curiously. From
his mouth the boy took a woll masti-
cated wad of chewing (:uin. He stuck
this on the end of the scantling and
thruHtiug tho stick through tho narrow
spuco pressor' the 3ft and sticky gum
tlrmly ou tho 'ost coin. Then ho deftly
drew it out uui. tu oented tho money to
"Keep tho . holo outfit" said the
mm. "Hoy . ou'ro pouch. Wo live
uT loam " and '10 bouided a trr.tn aid
ucii wicathed in smMes. Tho faoo of
tho boy wait Hiu llarly decora .ed. -Jv
York Mail and 'Cipresn.
Qrvok flro Wi''oh hn' Be em t t'ir
a; mes wile' ire l'quid flro .-et flr
. ud drvi t in doscrintio of itr dojtruo-
.ivjncH ii ...i it .0 liivo boen th) moat
letruotiv) ougiuo 04 "; r iirevior. 1 to!
k'unpiwde Discj-'a. ' u. Oallinloui .
u 2;rirv it viun first used 1 1 the siege
of CuMautinople 073-8 r n at Aleocft
Lippc TIow wondoru'n ohonp
ilothlng is gei-tin tc f el '''roriBors have
corao down ouo-luil.
Ohlpper Ye. jnsu nbout one-half.
Sli'co this biuyolo crazo thoy only come
down to the kiicoa. Richmond Dis-
lu lr (2 r ire broko out in Hamburg
nhich soon piiHsod beyond the control
): J10 Jrcmcn consumed a In-go por-
ion of tho business quarter of the town
aid occasioned a loss of $85000000.
The Hindoo chronology ji tends to
1174 H. a; Bwby Ion 0168U a; China.
6167 u. a
WiAt&i Jwf t 'tu s. JA. -i
A Thrive On It
d Little BooK"lNrANT L
J HEALTH" Sent FREE T
Should be in Every House. W
1 VX CONDENSED MltK CO. W
jl HEW YOIIK. L
HAVE YOU COUNTED THE COST
Of an ill-fitting poorlyinadeauit of clothes as compared with
one which FAIRLY SPEAKS FOR ITSELF0"F
GOOD Workmanship and Sartorial Correctness?
We handle none but the best goods
We employ none but skilled mechanics
We attend personally to the cutting
LEADlft GOTHKXE. OKLAHOMA.
Www wWwWWwwww Iwwl wwwwj
"Take it bAck I
Every man who has once chewed Battle Ax
or who has made up his mind that he will chew
it will not accept any substitute. There is a
peculiar excellence in
it that can only be
understood and ap-
preciated by trying it.
No matter what brand you have been chewing
BattU Ax is better and if you will try it you will
say so yourself.
Remember the name .
when you buy again.
Mimr.gna Bccms to have boon made
tho capital of Nicaragua bocauso tho two
principal citios Leon aud Ornnndiv
woro always llKhtiiiK for the honor.
Leon npproucheH thu most olosoly to the
trno uotropolitan ohnractcr. It covers a
vrido extcut of country. Its puhlio
bnildinga nro ndmlttodly tho finest in
Coutrnl America nnd besides hovlng
s greater variety of raoo in ita inhubit-
Aiitu it is t'io abode of the old aristoo-
racy. Thou it has rouo in for progress
aud eiluontion and though it strikes one
as 11 trirla incongruous to see oven a rail-
way station in u place llko this to pay
nothing of the other ndjunots of civili-
sation there is no blinking tho fact
that these hiuuo adjuuota are there and
that thoy represent nn advance. And
tho cathedral of cut stone it) t maguifl
cent btructnre covering au entire square
and fronting the wbolo width of the
Eraud pi -zo.
Fro; the roof I saw the wide 'V oLk
.Ciinim- like n thin rim of silver r
the western 1-oriznu while stretching
rwuy to .he uu-tlieitst I followed with-
or. ..r ti ig iry eyes tho lino of Los
.JitnibloH wl'i.'h rre nino volcuuoes
omo o .jem 1 1 13 'itly tapcre as on
Urypth 11 p.Tnii ill. 1 uiiagua has a cer-
tain m'v utage in 'cl. situated on the
'.emor cjloref1 hike of J' j snmo name
unu in being Jie sent of 'eminent.-
"Sf Jd W mU
A Story 01 J! Un
I curious tale o Clo 'lu' i )ld in
iOcout book ou iolins and Ylol'n'ata.
t rceui- hat lr 1831 being thejL "1
eurH of ago the .amous violinist vr .n-
do.ed to I'.uia. Tho cholera was raging
ard M' libran singing. Ho went to hoar
her and hi landlord decamped with
aia possessions including his violin
lie wa- speedily reduoed to extremity.
Daring tho last dinner that he was able
to pay for ho made tho aoquaintuuoe of
a remarakblo man. To this stranger
Olo Dull confldod his miseries. At the
conclusion the stranger said abruptly
"Well T will do something for you If
you havo courage and 0 francs." "I
lin 0 both" said Bull. "Then go to
Frascati's tonight at 10 o'clock pnu
through the first room go into the seo-
oud where they play rouge et noir and
when a new talllo begins put yonr b
francs on rouge and leave it there."
Bull did as directed and when his 6
frauos had become 400 took thorn np
after an episode with a woman who at-
tempted to take them. Red continued
to win and had ho loft his monoy longer
he would have won tux independent sum.
The stranger who was present at his el-
bow was Vidocq tho Frenoh deteotive
already a European oelobrity.
Other Business Demands My Attention.
The best location in
W. H SMITH
told you 'Battle Ax."
In Westminster abbey iu the tvd
aisle between the monuments of thot
two great men Warren Hastings and
Hlohurd Cobduu is one of Jonas Hun-
way whoso chief claim to fame is that
he was the tlrst man iu Kugluud who
carried nn umbrella. It if! nut probable
though that this is the reason why he
was buried iu the abbey since he was
also iainous in hi day lis u truvoler and
a philanthropist lie journeyed much
In tho east and wrote it most interest-
ing account of his lifo there. Afterward
be came home and making a tour of
Kngluud wrote bo dull a book about it
that it drew from the celebrated Dr.
Johnson the oharacteristio remark that
"Jonas acquired some reputation by
traveling abroad and lost it all by trav-
eling at home." Max Bennett Thrash-
er iu St. Nicholas.
"I will hunt him to the figurative
ruus of tho earth" said the Bmtouinau
in most earnest tones.
I'sliuwl" said tho other "You are
not ilio first man who bus boon hold up
uud robbod of $ or $4."
"I care not for tho paltry money"
said tho Bostoninn ''but when hu
pointed tho firearm at me tho beast
said 'Stand right where you ure utl' "
And u shudder ran through his fruiu.
Estimates on Application.
LOUIS CHRISEN. iilS.
G. H. LYNDS
Has a few Residences
which he will sell at a
sacrifice. If you want
a bargain in a home
see him at once.
'Phone No. 27
My entire stock of Groceries Dry Goods
Boots and Shoes. ZSveiy thing is clean
and fresh and will be sold at less than first
cost. Fixtures are also for sale Established
Guthrie. Correspondence solicited.
ISWHAI.EVERYBODY IS DOING
oa needn't to Klondike to do it lor right here at liomu
flat is inJUK store --you cen dig tut many do'lars
3 Our stock must ha rtduc. d to lraie room for Fall
. Goods wo have yourJpjCK to help clear away (his
.stock and-you will be surprised .what 70u can do with
a.lfght. weight pocket-bnok.
7HE SHOE MAN
Corner Oklahoma Ave and Firtt St. C uthrle O T.
por Fresh Oysters NOW
tfTn 'i x frn t ti fi '
Kansas Uity pric s govern our
jtanuAtc ui ijuiud ujurg acitoum
tore iiw uarrison avci jc
Residence 421 U Oklahoma Ave
Kealdcuce 'Phone Na W.
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vents lock-jaw tromwounii. QUICK CURB FOk CONSTll'ATION AND I'ltfils! 8 r
Hi Healing Power It Almost Miraculous. Tho Best Family Medicine In Existence.
60 Cent Bottle contains 100 Doses or Two Weeks Treatment for Catarrh.
.00 SOT7XS EQUALS THRMB fiOo. BOTTLSS.
"Brazilian Balm cured me of inveterate catarrh which I had for over 20 veara.
It is the most wonderful triumph of medical scieuce." Gen. J. flirkc Jbstfe-i "In
croup cold and the worst form of irriun we have found Kiv.Tii.n.i linin ji..'i.i.
jno. f. Z.0OOIM jj. jj.j'aitor Del.
lirailllan liaim ana thinks It atu tier much good." Hon. Cias. Ii. Lore Chief Jus
of Del. "One bottle of Brazilian Balm cured a friend of mine of hay fever " ' Thoi
M. Culbert. "I was very deaf for 10 years from catarrh. Brazilian Balm applied
warm in my eara every day soon restored my heariug." Mrs. John Scollen Chester
fu. "It is the best thing for dyspepsia I ever saw Ined." 'Judge Edward Woattcn
"I was worn almost to the grave with a racking cough that all the remedies and thC
doctors hiled to relieve. It was cured vith one bottle of Brazilian Ilauu. It shall
be my doctor through We." Mrs. J. Galloway Ibtislown Jt. "I was fearfully
crippled up with rheumatism could not get my hand to my head. I took ten soL
rent bottles of Brazilian Balm in six months. Am now entirely circ and as nira-
b!?ia.Iw?Vt f?rly.'r'i?w7 BHrreUt asdr S A a(y la Cincinnati was so
afflicted with asthma that during the winter for sevcuteen years she was unable to
loepAying down wa eutlrely aud permanently cured with Brazilian Balm.
01t SrVl.K MY WALLACE &
An Asthnia Cure.
There is no need of aur one suffering
svitu asthma if they will use Braziliau
3alm. Mrs. S. F. Smith. S18 East Kagar
treet. Baltimore Md. says : "One bot-
le ot your Brazilian Balm has done
nore to relieve my little daughter of
uthma than anything I have ever tried
tnd I have tried everything I could
icar of and many doctors have treated
Saved A Boy's Life.
Mrs. Captain H. Hubbard of Milford
Dl. says: "Brazilian Balm baved my
boy's life. He began just like the one
w let with croup. We gave him a few
doe. lie quickly dropped to sleep
ad was Ci right in tse mefnlsg."
( mm t rrkiiaa nuiir aaa tbe
ftlHiu snug Ob.
w mm mmimu i.a
W iBi ook
CASH able buy
need by paving so much a week.
Our furniture stock is complete
consisting of new things iu sofaa
lOlinfeS SiflpVinrlTfIc nnA l.r.r.lr--icao
c. v. v. cj.iiiau uuunua j
THE GREAT SOUTH AMERICAN BALSAM I
It clears the head of rout mnt-mii- lirn1atli
sores and ulcers of the head nnd throat;
sweetens the breath nnd perfectly restores
the seUBea of the tnste kiik11 nmf licarlnir
StOrift llPftrl.lMlf ntlfl f1.s.rmt..rr !. 41tn
throat. Also destroys the germ which causes
PtaUng n perfect cure in a few days. Never
falls I No fatal case of La Guipph ever known
where Brazilian Balm was faithfully used. It
destroys the grippe germ aud quickly removes
all the after bad effect.
I H FA L L I E L E in Asthma Croup Buon-
.ima 1-i.MUIUSY i'NI'.UMONIA DYSPEPSIA
Rheumatism Typhoid and Scarwjt
Frvbr Msasi.es and any disease where
there is Inflammation Fever or Congestion.
Grcutest relief in Consumption ever dis-
covered. i.!T. ... ' ".?' x.tJ.u uay. JtOtlS
slve. Hap. Ch. "Mrs. Lore has used tha
CO. Indianapolis. Ind.
I have suffered the most excruciating
pains iu the side. The Dot tor said 1!
was Pleurisy. The Uronlian Balm gave
me almost instant relief wheu every-
thing else failed and penuauc-ntly cured
me. I took it aud had tome wanned
and rubbed ou strong.
Mrs. Elizabeth Jaucbw
Marcus Jlook 1'a.
Mrs A J. Lawrence of Beatsr Pa.
says: "Braziliau Balm brought iuq out
of a severe attack of pneumonia iu
splendid shape. It is a. wonderful rem-
edy for couchi ud lung troubles. Also
for outward use for bums cold-sores
and cbapped hands and face it cupm
like magic. It i?lubl in tbc
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 93, Ed. 1, Tuesday, September 13, 1898, newspaper, September 13, 1898; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74330/m1/4/: accessed January 20, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.