The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 146, Ed. 1, Friday, August 10, 1906 Page: 2 of 8
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Sending Truth Titter a Lie.
Verdict for Dr. Pierce
Ladies Home Journal.
R. PIERCE'S TRADUCBRS COMB
It is rti old maxim that "ft l!o will
travel seven leagues while truth is got-
t.ng its boott on." nnd no doubt hun-
tln?oft of thousands of good pcoplo reRd
. . . - 1 " 12 -..2 ......it.
uio unwarrsniou anu maiiowus iumiu
orMt Dr. R. V. IMproo and his "Favor- j
itp rrrscription" published in tho May
(1001 number ot tho Ladies' Home
Journal with its great black display
lieedinga who never saw tho humble
Rt'Vebng rttraction with ibi inconspic-
uous heading published tico months
later It was boldly charged in the
Mlandcrous and libelous articlo that
Dr Pierce's Favorite Prescription con-
tained alcohol and other harmful in-
gredients. Dr. 1'ierco promptly brought
BUit against tho Curtis Publishing Coni-
Jany publishors of tho Ladies' Home;
ournal. The suit was for $20000000
Dr Fierce alleged that Mr. Bok the
editor maliciously published tho arti-
clo containing such falso and defama-
tory matter with tho intent of injur-
ing his business ; furthermore that no
alcohol or other Injurious or hablt-
formlng drugs are or ever were
contained in his "Favorite Prescrip-
tion "; that said medicine is made from
native medicinal roots and contains no
harmful ingredients whatever and that
Mr Bole's malicious statements wore
wholly nnd absolutely fatee.
In tho retraction printed by said
Journal they wero forced to acknowl-
edge that they had obtained analyses
ot Favorite Prescription" from
emtnent chemists all of whom certi-
fied that it did not contain alcohol or
any of tho alleged harmful drugs 1
Tlieso facte alsoiame out in tho trial of
the action in tho Supreme Court. Hut
tho business of Dr. Pierce was greatly
Injure! from the effect of tho publication
of the original libel with its great dis-
play iienumgs while hundreds of thou-
sands who read tho original wiokedly
defamatory nrliclo never saw tho hum-
ble groveling retraction set in small
type and mado as inconspicuous as pos-
mble Tho matter was however brought
before n jury in tho Supremo Court of
New York State which promptly ren-
dered a verdict in tho Doctors favor.
Thus his traducers came to grief. Their
base slanders wero refuted and they
we're obliged to "cnt humblo pie."
During tho trial of tho libel suit Dr.
. Lee II. Smith Vice-President of the
"World's Dispensary Medical Association
statd under oath that the ingredient
of Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription
were wholly extracted from the follow-
ing natives rt'ots: Golden Seal Blue
Cohosh. Lady's Slipper Black Cohosh
ttnd Unicorn by moans of pure glycerine
of proper strength. Ho was asked how
he Knew as a physician and experienced
xnetiicai man mat mo "nvomo rro-
scription" waa a cure for tho diseases
peculiar to women such as femalo
-.ws-kns- 'cacorrhca T.rolrrsuo. lvlro-
aversion and other displacements of the
I womanly organs and ho stated that ho
'i i i ) . . . j jjj
knew such was the fact because of his
professional experience and the many
thousands of women whose ills had
beon cured by this "Prescription."
ThM MKrieneo o J)r Fmlth was corrot-
oratc'. br tho standard Medical Authoriltc
of tho several schools of mcdlclno omlortlnir
the various Ingredient In. tho stroneeist
term. Dr Smith hclrig asked to name somo
ot thoso authorities as to tho curative vyltto
ol tlio abpTO roots read from tho itatidard
works such as the United States Dlspcnsa-
torrs Tho American Wspcnssloryt pnrnle
Medicine. byOrotcr Ooe M. IM Materia
Medlra und Thcrspeutlcs. ur l'rofeisor Fin-
Icy Elltiirwood ot tho Ufnnett Medical Col-
lege of Chlracoi "New Remedies." br Prof.
Edwin M. Ilalc. M. 1).. pf Ch raeoi Toxt-lloole
of Therapeutics Ly Dr. Hobart A. Hare
proressor In CnlTerMty of l'enn'b t Laurence
Johnson M. II. Professor In. UnlTcrslty of
Now York : Prof c&wr John Kin. Author of
"Woman and Ucr Disease"! Wm. Paine. M.
D. Author of "New Bchool Practice of Medl-
clnCt Protestor John M. Beudder JI. p.. Au-
thor of a trcatlo on'Tho Diseases ot wom-
en "j Horatio C. Wood. M. D. Anthur of "Ther-
apeutics": Hobort llartholow. A. JI.. M I).
ltof. of Materia Medica. Jefferson Medical
Collcco ot ITiila.
All theso rocognitod and standard
authorities praise in tho strongest pos-
sible terms each' and every ingrcdlont
which enters 11110 1110" Favorite Prescrip-
tion" of Dr. Tierce for tho euro of wom-
an's peculiar weaknesses and aitments.
In fact the Favorite Prescription "
stands alone as being the only medi-
cine for woman's special aliments
which has any such professional en-
dorsement which fact is generally re-
cognised as entitled to much Inoro
weight than any amount of lay or non-
The "Favorite Prescription " stands
alone as tho only non-secret medicino
for woman's ailments the manufactur-
ers of which are not afraid to publish
their formula broadcast thus courting
tlio fullest scrutiny.
The "Favorite Prescription" has
been on trial in court nnd came out
fully vindicated as containing no harm-
ful or habit-forming drugs.
What other medicine for women could
stand such n test ?
No invalid women can afford to ex-
cept a secret nontntm of unknown com-
position for this tried nnd proven rem-
edy of known composition. Loading
physicinvif. often prescribo it because
they know exactly what it is mado of
nnd that tlio ingredients of which it is
composed are tlio very best known to
medical science for tho euro of wom-
an's peculiar weaknesses nnd delicato
ailments. Sold by all druggists.
i m i gS
FOUNDER OF CHRISTIAN
SCIENCE NOT AS RICH
HER BOOK ROYALTIES
(By Associated Press.)
Boston Mass. Aug. 10. Tho first
authorized statomout in regard to the
wealth of Mrs. Mary Bakor Eddy and
her profits from her book "Science
and Health With Key to the Scrip-
lures" has Just boon Usuod. The
Btatomont is given out from the office
of the publication committee of the
First Church of Christ Scientist and
Is intended as a contradiction or cor-
rection of htorlos recently circulated
concerning the enormous Incorao al-
leged to bo received by Mrs. Eddy.
Referring to thoso stories tho offi
cial statement says In part:
"For oxample it Is said that a re-
cent edition ot "Scieneo and Health
With Key to tho Scriptures' by Mary
Bakor G. Eddy brings tho total issuo
of this work to date up to 488000
copies. Tho correct number Is 404-
000 copies. Tho article quoted alto
declares 'It Is said that the actual
cost of making the book Is loss than
fifty conts' and at tho lowest ostl-
inato sho has made from this source
alone upwards of $1200000. It seems
strange that any sane peron would
be reckless enough to venture upon
so unreasonable a statement and then
seek to glvo the impression that the
retail iprlce of "Science and Health"
Is altogether profit. From this price
ho should deduct not only the print-
er's charges but tho retailer' profit
tho cot of dolivory and tho publish
er's commissions. Wo have no apology
to offor for the onormoits sale of
"Scieneo and Health" nor for tho fact
that It brings Mrs. Eddy a hondsomo
profit for tho book Is well worth the
I9 to lov children and no liotne
can be completely liappy with-
out them yet the ordeal through
which the expectant mother
must pass usually is so full of suffering"
danger and fear that she looks forward
to the critical hour -with apprehension
and dread. Mother's Friend bv its oenc-
trafing1 and soothing- properties allays nausea nervousness and
all unpleasant feelings and so prepares the system for the
ordeal that she passes through
the event safely and with but
little suffering as numbers have
testified and said "it is worth
its weight in gold." $1.00 per
bottle of druggists. Book containing
valuable information mailed free.
THE BRADnUD REGULATOR CO. Atlanta Ga.
(compensation whatever; and lor
muuui BUTBuiuun years sue nas nau no
lricomo except from the sale of her
boo and whatever Interest she may
hac received on her monoy.
Tho writer Is again misinformed
regarding the 'sums she Is supposod
to hnvo mndo during her early career
a a hoaior.' As a matter of facl.
when Mrs. Eddy received patients
though she healed nil manuer ot dis-
eases she refused compensation In
every Instance oxcopt oho whore tho
circumstances seemed to demand that
she deviate from her rule."
Tho statement concludes with a
protest against the application of the
tonn "Mother" to Mrs. Eddy. Many
years ago says the stntemnt tho torm
was introduced by tho Christian
Scientists and as it was simply In
tended as a term of endoarment Mrs.
Eddy permitted it until it became
abused whereupon sho caused a
church bydaw to bo made forbidding
Christian Scientists to tise the term.
WILL RACE IN CANOES. iwill begin next Wednesday nnd con
Unite for one week.
c (Bt Associated Press.)
Frontcnac N. V'. Aug. 10. -The an- ing now in camp and u number of .spends her money In ways that are
Iiual encampment una regatta ot the others are expected before the end of most advantageous to tho cause of
Already many price it boars and It is well Itnown to
canoeists have arrived about 1G0 bo- Christian Scientists that Mrs. Eddy-
Malaria Makes pale Dlood.
Tire Old Standard Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic drives out malaria and builds up
the system. Sold by all dealers for ST
years. Pr'oe 60 dents.
TO BE CALLED "GOOSENECK."
to O O
Irfrcm jwifm-.j.L j ii .u imiii ..nIMi
hmerlcan Canoe association opened tho week. The location of the camp
fdday on Sugar island the aasoolatlon's Is particularly welt adapted for canoe-
hroperiy near Gananoguo. Tho races xiti uutdosob and especially eonvon-
--r. . . .
"We are buttln' m ' tfc but
nly first class outfit in the
irritorietf Write foi samnle
nd gel prices.
Christ nnd the i;enornl well-being of
mankind. Tho 'ialo of "Science nnd
Honlth" Is not 'pushed.' The markod
FQR COOD COAL
Cheap as the Oheapesl
W. E. SHERIFF.
an Sell Your Real Estate or Bsslness
h0 .MAIICR WlltRB LOCATED
lop Hies and Buslaeis of all kiodi old
iw.u f.r -mh m an iiih or ine united
ites linn t wait. Write tcwlar tin crib
I; waat j-jv nave to sell and give cab price
Ypu Want to Buy
l-.ud r nuiioeu or Heal Ktate ant
gF" at auv iirlce. Write mm vnar n antra.
lu b J van save you time aad amn
DAVID P. TAFF.
HE LAND MAN.
419 Ktmai Avenue
lent for tho Canadians nnd the men of demand for tho book Is occasioned by
tho Eastern division which lnoludos Its unpnrallolod valuo as a 'Key to
all of New England. Tho racing In- tho Scriptures.'
torost will bo vory keen this year and "It Is qulto truo that Christian
from prosont appearances It looks ns Solonce lltoraturo is placed before tho
though the ontries would be larger Vibllc and In keeping with the conduct
and contain more of Amorlca's fanibns of all other denominations tho mom-
canoeists than In provjous years. Tho hers ot the Christian Scieneo church
regatta program has been carefully t aro expected to purchase and clrcu-
arranged tho various ovonts includ-jlate IU lltoraturo as far as poislble.
ing all varieties of sailing nnd pad- hut who can complain of this since
dling. with the usual upsot hurry-no one Is or ever hag been compelled
scurry ciuu jour pauming war canoe to buy or soil Christian Science llter-
and awlrotulng ovents.
"Make Hay While the Sun Shines."
There Is n lesson In the work of the
thrifty farmer. He knows that tho
bright sunshine rany last but a day and
he prepares for tho showers which are
so liable to follow. So it should ho
with evory household. Dy3entory
diarrhoea nnd oholora morbus may at-
tack some momb'or of tho homo with-
out warning'. Chamberlain's Colic
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which
la the best known medicine for these
diseases should always ho kept at
band as immediate treatment is
necewnry and delay may provo fatal.
For sale by V. IJ. Ltllle & Co.
According to the Iron Ago an alloy
consisting of two parts of aluminium
and one of zinc Is equal In strength to
good cast iron dots not oxidize or
rust readily and Is of an even whtto
color. It melts at a low red heat but
It is rather brittle and henco is not
suitable for use whero toughness like
that of brass is required. The alloy
Is called "alzene."
J. B FAIRFIELD
WOOD AND STOBAGE
Goods Pa-ckod. Stored and Shipped to Order.
PfionB 20. Office and Yards 407-409 w. rYrlson
slid Your Laundrv to
The Guthrie Laundry Co.
they have between 28 and 30
tnds at work all the time.
Phop 109. 502504 W. Oklahoma Av
nture? Howover the most of thoso
who hnvo purchased 'Science nnd
Health' and have practiced what It
teaches are ready to testify that
asido from the extraordinary spiritual
bonoftts which thoy have dorived
thorutrom it lias saved them a great
many tlmo its value in dollars nnd
eonts by doing awfty with doctor's
"Tho oatlmato which' tho wrltor ot
the article Quoted undertakes to make
of tho amount of monoy which 'Jlrs.
Eddy mndo 'out pf the Massachusetts
Metaphysical collego Is pure gtiow
and ovenhoots tho niRrk since from
liar onrlter 'classo Jlra. ISddy receiv-
ed Almost no compensation and by
means ot free tuition nnd necessary
discounts she always made It possible
for all worthy applicants to be receiv-
ed into her college whether they had
money or not. and from her last class
of seventy she refuted to accept any
Second Congressional District so Named
On Account of Formation.
Okl.ihoma City Okla.. Aug 10. The
"Gooseneck." thi- Second Oklnohma con-
grewlnnnl district compoelnr the coun-
ties of Oklahoma Canadian. BUlnt . Cad
do Custer Dwey Day. Wood Wood-
ward and Beaver 1 pertiapsi the moai
unique Instance of a political gerry-
mander. TS! dlnUlut i-xtmtla acres a count.'
HO mile In lensth and at no place more
than M or 40 miles In width. Henco
the application of "gooseneck." In the
Beaver county portion of the district tt
1 bounded by four states KnnMis
Colorado New Mexico and-Toxns. The
length of the district ts within fifty
mllos of tho distance from Oklahoma
City to Karons City nnd twice as far
a from hero to Dallas and Fort Worth
H'Avfii rTho Innc-th rt tVlA llclrt.t ! ttvn.
I thirds of the distance cast and west
J nerQjS tho new stato of Oklahoma and
j lacks only a few rnllott of beta? eaual to
me instance across norm anu somn.
Many of ihe states do not extend over
tho country In either direction as far as
tWa congressional district. Its agri-
cultural products on account of the cli-
mate range from cotton which Is al-
most an exclusive south Oklahoma cron.
' to corn and wheat raised In the mora
I northern tier of counties because of tre
Ittiuyurmie uur uiviuin kid iri($ia iroiii
the more mild climate of the southern
part of the state. A candidate canns-
slng his district even though accom-
modated with the beet transportation
facilities possible would have to spend
almost tvtelvr or fourteen hour con-
stantly en jhc road to set from one en J
to the other. '
AND CURE THE LUNGS
There Is nothing so pleasant as that
.bright cheerful at-peace -with -the"
world feeling when you lt down to your
breakfast. There Is nothtug so con-
I duvlve to good work and good results
. To healthy man with n healthy mind
and body Is a better fellow a better
workman a bettor citizen than the man
or weman whoso handicapped by son.e
disability however ight . A slight
disorder of thei stomach will derange
your body your thoughts and your dis
position Oct away from the morbidness
and the blusa. Kmp your stomach In
tun and both your brain and body wit
1 respond. Little Indiscretions of Ovr-
I eatint; can be easily corrected and Vu
I will be surprised to see hew much bat-
j ter man yon are. Try a Uttle Kodol For
Dyspepsia nfier your meals. Sold by
' C. Jt. IUnfro.
FQR I OUQIISand
Surest and Quickest Cure for all
IlinOAT and LUNG TK0U33-
I.ES or MONEY BACK.
The Keeley Cure
wuit whiskey morphine eoeaine ui
obacto. Only Koeley Institute tn Texas
Jklaboma and Indian Territory. Eta
1th d in Dallas 18S.
THE KEBLBT INBTITUTB.
BoUevue Plate. Dallas Text.
4. H. KEITH. Proprietor
f (? FRENCH FEtfifltE
A Bam Ctt t it tlcuir for fVrruni Umiminoi.
IRKHQWNTOrAIL ' -"er.) fi.-ir i Ptu.
OB tturl tM Af U( HT HifbndM. ftrnat rrl.f
tcrf.D0rr tx. Will tiii i'i0n trial to U .iirr
b0 rled &nb19 Y fMJ If tiwr druvlat Aa net
55 UNi-tO MEDICAL CO oj T4. tHOTr. Pa
8o!d In Guthrie by C. R. Renfro.
IVonvutrt ft laiunfct pavth.
Never I'alU to Hertoro Qrmy
Hair to Its Youthful Color.
Cum tcujp dlwifti .fc htlr laluiig.
CURB VOUR KIDNEYS.
Do Not Endanoe- Life When a Guthrie
Oltlzen Shows You the Cure.
Why will people continue to suffer the
atopies of kidney complaint backache
u -Inary disorders lamenee. headache
anguor. why allow themselves to become
cbmote Invalid when a certain cure is
Doan's Kidney Pill is the remedy to
use because It gvea to the kidney the
belli tbey need to perform their work.
If you have any even one of the symp-
tom e( kidney dic cure yourself
now before dlubete. dropsy or IlriBht'a
dU seu tn. Read thl Uuthri tcs-i.tof-ay.
UtuU B. Kroesir r.il carrier on R.
P. P. No. 3. Belye addltioe. Quthrle
Okla. aaya: During the laat two years
I havu ba4 several attack of lam bach
never severe enough to cause or to lay
off frara work but exceedingly trouble-
erne. Thar waa also too frequent ac-
tion of the Kidney cecretiona. During
one of taeae snelU Ioan's Kidney Pills
were bromsbt to my notice at J. N. Wul-
laoe'a drag More and I procured a box
anil ueed thtm aeoording to dlroeUont.
I rooelved such mailed benefit from
them that it give we piwuure to en-
dote tbe claim made for your remedy.
I know It i a preparation that do
xactly m repreeonted."
For sale by all dealers. Price K
ent. Foster-Milburn Co. Buffalo.
Nfiw fork sole agent for th United
Itomenber tho- Mme-poWa-taKd
take no other.
Men's and "Women' Genuine Welt
J2.&0 Shoe at Robinson's.
NATIONAL REGATTA ON.
(By Associated Press "
Woixhet.r. Mass.. Aug. 10.- t three
o'clock this afternoon the firm of the
many oarsmen to take part in the thirty
fourth annual championship rrgatta of
the National Association of Amateur
Oarsmen will line up at Lake QulaelM-
amond and will be went away as soon a
pocalble In the opening hint of the oof
of eighteen heat and races tnat con-
stitute the programme The list ot
events is practically the sain tu in for-
mer year with the exception of tho oc-
tuple race wh th has been omitted be-
cause of lark of interest. The programme
coll for twelve race ranging from tno
Intermediate alngle scull sheN to tho
WHiur nKULair-u siiviik. inf onTXy i
list Includei the pick of the umateuvf
oarsmen of Boston New York. PhlU-l
del-ihla Waehlngton ami the mid ale
West. A large crowd on hand to
wit net tr-e race and considerable bet-
ting U being don.
Notice to Farmers:
We will hold a big Stock Sale
on the Auction Corner in Guth
rie on the
SECOND MONDAY OF EACH MONTH
Bring in your stock. We will
furnish free . yard room and
plenty of water.
The sale is free
Remember the day end
C. fl. Grant
T-wtf 1-vl.kr if AmtiAMt m11. a.. .l
lily without bralrrs: no man ever ex-
iated without a digestive system. The
dyspeptic has neither faith hope or
charity." Dey by day peopK- realise
the importance of ctrtng for their di-
gestion real It he need of the use of
a little oanotUve after overeating. A
curroettvo Uk Kodol For Dyepemla.
It digest what you oat. Sold by C. It.
SIXTH YEAR IN OKLAHOMA.
Drc. Clark IUmally the
famous Chicago special-
ists treat Chronl and
frlvate dlseaaet of both
sexes. Care guaranteed.
Offlco over 101 Weal
Itttrrlson Avenue Guthrie Okla. Phoa
Unue until August M. Governor W.tr-
Br ninh-w WHlden Preoldant C. .
aleserve at Shaw university Rev. J. C.
Wovd D. D. of Cincinnati Kev. W. A.
Bite of Petookey and P. B. Leupp.
United States eominteeloner at Indian
aKalrf are an the projnminm.
I Cheao Excursions i
j; To Eastern Canada :
and New England jj
Prom Kansas City and St. Louis via Detroit and the ' l'
;! CANADIAN PACIFIC RY.j
INDIANS HOLD CAMP MEETING.
By AuoelatM Press.)
TCoehBort. Mlrli Aur 10 Th. ...
IsdMn HB meoting held bere anauji'nj
undw the dlreetitn of the MetbedUil
Bplttep.il church opened today to eon.'
THE END OF THE WORLD
of troubles that robbed B. H. Wolfe of
Boar Grove la of all use(ulnes. omme
when he began taking macule Bitter.
He writes: "Two year ago Kidney
troubU caused mo great suffering
which I would never have survived had I
not taken Klectrtc Bitters. They also
cured me at General PabtUty." Sure
cure for all Stomach IJver and Kidney
oompHlnts. Blood dNeAses Ueadaoho
DUdnec and Wosknes or bodily de-
cline. lrlee Mc Ouarnntevd ty all
at One Fare Plus $200 good for 15 day? and plus
3-100 good for 80 days. i
To Canadian points daily June 15 to Sept. 80; to New
England points June 15 to 80 July ie August 8 and
22 Sept 5 and 19.
Trip through the Thousand Islands and Rapids pf the
St. Lawrence at slight additional cost.
Further particulars from
A. C. SHAW
General Agent Canadian Pacific Ry. Chicago.
tVomea' tiM high ssoe ten differ
tt style at llabmcn'a.
4 TRAINS A DAY
CHICAGO INDIANAPOLIS and CINCINNATI
Louisville New Albany & Chicago Ry Co
T3he '.Limited" A New Train leaving Chicago at 11:20
p.m. arriving Cincinnati 7:85 a.m. leaving Cincinnati at
llj25 p m arriving Chicago 7;40 a. m is an especially
popular- train. Carr'es Indianapolis layover sleeper
Chas. H. Rockwell Frank J. R.eed
Traffic Manager Gen Pass Agen
and Return Good for Thirty Days or
J22.40 Round Trip--90 Days Limit
I Take a Rest-Regain Your Health i
Quickest Shortest Line and Best Connection via
JE"CMrt aaaacxi-fcli cSSc "STtessstoaraa.
Leave Guthrie' Daily 7.40 a.m. Arrive There Next
Mo ruing at 7.
Write Call or Phone 773
Jos' P. O'Donnell
Guthrie. Okla jjj!
m General Agent
I Striking Indian Nomenclature.
I; "Muskoka" "Clear Sky Land." "Magnetawan" !Ka.
;. wartha" "Smooth Flowing Water" "Bright Water and J
I Happy Lands" "Temagami" "Deep Water" qre some In-
; dian words that fittingly describe some of the most de 5
; lightful spots for a summers outing on the American con- 3
J tinent. All reached by the
j: Grand Trunk Railway System p
;' .Double track from Chicago to Montreal and Niagara Palls. ?
. Descriptive literature time tables etc. will be mailed 5
1 fre on application to ?
: v GEO. W. VAUX.
5 A. G. P. T. A. 185 Adams St.. Chicago.
s a&offioosffi ggfficofflfflecffi9i
. rm 111
S For the National Encampment Grand Army of the Re
S public to be held as above the Santa tfe will offer tickets
to Minneapolis ana return ai me very low rate or
On sale August 10 11 and 12 carrying a fina return lim-
it of September 80.
We will run one or more special Tourist Sleepers throut h
i1 Guthrie to Minneapolis for accommodation of Guthrie
patrons. These cars will probably move Sunday August
12 enabling visitors from here to go iu a body and
th-ougU to destination wunouc cnange.
Kindly call up Union Station for further particulars.
M. N. COCHFLELL
Agsnt Santa Fe
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