The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 39, Ed. 1, Tuesday, October 9, 1906 Page: 2 of 8
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) 'GMUf&rjf OUJ FASHUMO I
(w Washington Taffy
You can regulate the pi Ice of hnprj
i informing Miinmir an to 'vnat the
tiling is woith He sure to fli.i at! ou
think ought to be asked for It siting
that you get a fair price fi it 1
know HB)8 ft writer In Oin )" ludd
Karroo that some soil then honey
for ft g.al il al less Ihnti th-v think
It'ls worth 1 know eah mn h lp in
rilviduallv In neer asl.inF hs thas
sbat It In worth
. . ..
' Appetite i
I ih'i i. I'hlll I
hi. I i.uiiii- up I
Malaria Came Lest
T !. Old rv in- nil litmcV
T"nir in iv i o it m tl.irl i
the fly- ' i Milil l' .ill
i ir J'i f i ( ii (i-.
iji il i
In tin' nmthwci-t ureal i.i.ik are
i.i ken both in ptc-K itiK ami packing
UnrkeU mid baskets and inan aie all
used and uno imin sas that ho pro-
Wiles Mr pit Kim with coal scuttles.
The one km at object Is to provide
packages from whkh the fruit cannot
K'lidily be poured Into the haml but
which muet lie gently and slowly tin-
parked. BottonileHS bags are used by
The Apron Picking Bag.
some In them the fiult In permitted
to ro'l from the bottom While these
inielu answer with oranges savn the
Itmal New Yotker they should not
be tmeil with first-class apples as the
potulDK Into the bag will surely bruise
them As Prof. Jttdson says t lie HVer-
iu;e plcKi r cannot witlistaud the
icmptntlon to Htanil up aud let them
shiMit oui or the hag when the foie-
mnn'a Iwi K is turned The best pick-
ing bag appeal h in he the one shown
in our llliisiiaiinn This la called an
apion h( liv-iim iiHiially made from a
heavy grain ai k It hangs In from
mvcnient foi filling and is shallow.
ho that the llit apple can be laid in It
without ilruppiiiK Itoth tianiU uie fiee
to pick nnd the bag will hold all that
the wearer can easll) carry yet It can-
not bo poured out unlew the picker
stands on hi head. This seems to be
i lie best way to moid bruising In pick-
ing tuiil handling In the orchuid. The
npplc-H aro put front this apron bug Into
apple boxes. Thone used for orchard
handling have a slot In each nnd for n
hand nml they can he ofislly picked up
jind carried lo the packing shod. Par
this journoj n spring wagon Is used
or If iho distance Is short a atone boat
Is frequently empliyed.
0 igiiutor of new
1 ' JEWtiSffl
ur3irii.-. ."..fla .Km HJr is wWitcttuM
I Mil TWA
Tou much s'arch In our diet in a caue of no end. of
I belitne thnt ill-balanced fonds resulting in iuiproper
nou. isbnient. are at the bottom of the cause leading ui to
We eat quantities of while bread (.starch) potatoes
(starch) pastry (starch; wheat & o.iu. (starch) aud wonder
why we run down aud have bowel trouble.
Hh plain enough on thinking.
From too much starchy f 30 the lotfer digestive machin-
ery wearie and falls to digest it (Starch Indigestion
Then the partly digesteu starch lyi'itf in the moist warm
place in the bowt-K. raturally dfctyj. if as k arise and irrl
lation of the bowel-s ifsults. ghowing in p r nourisltitiot
and vanuu-. ails. What can you do-" Kat Grape Nuts
and Cream insleatl f bread po.atoes paltry wheat oats
ifcc Av . )ecaute m c.r.ipe Nuts food the starchy parts of
wheat and barley have in the procesof manufacture been
transformed into a lonn of sugar perfectly dlgfwtiDle.
btarchy looJ is demanded by Nature to supply energy
aua warinth to the body but it s'tuuld be tu i repared ttut
the human st.tetn can make use ot it without ovtitaxing
the iliistivt- machinery.
"There's a reason" for
YlUll'S R EG ! I PTS LA HG-
I-ST IN HISTORY OF
A NOTABLE CELEBRATION
Brings Together Large Num-
ber of Missionaries.
(By Associated Pros? )
Noith Adam. Mass.. Oct The
nlneii mmIi annual milling of th'
An i mi an Hoaid of Conn till nr fin
Kin 'lii IIhsIi mi omened lOilaj anil
will i I'liin mull Paltiidn iliMilini'
its ' ii m liitvM'in t hlH oil nml
illi. iu low ii Hiii'ti 2'n anil inn
'i I"" ' mi i I't i R Wtii" pii'-"i Ii.
th iij'iihm t ill-. lUliiniinn 'I he
linn 'l m sinn wan opened with devo
tl i ii i vi irlsis lolltiwitig which Ihi'
cmuini ilmnis IiMimii'iI to tile annual
ii ' ! iihtu ited by the tieasntei
K It iKi;in Si'oivtar) C H Pattmi
nf :hi' home ili'iiaitmcnt. and the an-
nual survey of tho fk'ld prosentod by
ltc Hr .lames L. Harton one of the
Ki'oii'iHi'k- A Reneral aumnmry of
I ho nnaiicial report shows that ile
recelptH of the pa't year wore the
liiiKi'Bt In the history of the hoard
am untinic to $1.1 This la a
rbIii over the pretioua year of $101-
n20 n tlnn the year the board re-ilnc-d
IIh debt from $176627 to $S".
TiitilKlit the ami a I sermon is to be
itlilheied by President George A.
I) l). of Pomona college C'nli-1
It i ilia
Othei distinguished divine
.mil ed ntora who are to take part
In the pr feedings of the week (16-
cliiding the notable celebration to-
iiiiiiiow i Haystack Centennial Day)
'in Pitsldtnt Henry ('. King ot Ober-
un roiiegc. rresiaent neury nopKin
of WIIUsts college. President
lam J Tucker of DarlmoHh college.
I and Piof Hailan P. Ileach of Yale
university. Additional to m w wen
f note are a lanje niimoer of return- J
ed foreign mlB-ionarles who bring
Meetings from China Japan Ceylon
TTktj. Alrlca Mexico and other
HOW TO REMOVE THE 81
YEAR RESTRICTION ON
Chtcknt-h.i Times A fair and ac-
curate expiesslon by the voters f
Okhhoina and Indian Territoiy on
the question of prohibition became
in ousftble when congre-B In the
Htatehood enabling act Imported pro-
hibition on Iudlau Territory fcr
Believing that Indian Ten I tory may
remain "dry" for alieoat a quarter ui
cenury busliieM men anil otliera .
In tnat portion or the state though
ncpoMtl to the principle of prohlbl- (
tlcn. uerorthulon will lie moved by
vimtnerrlal reasons to voto prolilbl-
tlon niMin Oklnhoma. They fear that
without prohibition Oklahoac might
lloiirlsh more rapidly In trndu than
InJlaii Territory thnt more state con-
eutious. etc. with their desirable
forms ot plaut life J
JLi X hw
NO MAN 15 STPONfirR THAN
T. tb" r"tst n't) I- i" bst r 'Ii i"'ft
Arid tiK fn ii - ti s vv xiiii nifoti f.iil. Ili.
cat t4Mitli l dfrurd fnm looi f
Hutufe i M4Hcieiit fici4 ho Icim strength
If lie ban n fo'Kl tin iln-n PwKt i CT!
TflTtied ti 'i nntrnii.'i tlirmgh the str.m
ftCh ftrrl linwi I" I' depend n 1 1
tfMiuth of tin 'Vimn'-li to nhit enten
foful eat n l ilU'stid and hHinnlatei
JVoiilo can die of siar itlon x t r Ihm
iliMli'lillJ toiKl tors' wlii li the I'lmii'l 1
and !t iiss.h lute iiriniis of iliirelioti hum
nutrition do leit rr rlorm their lnt
Ton the mtmith l riially th Mtsl or
gnnof the IkhIv If the stiiiriar-h irimik'
Km timli will bewi'nk also teenne it I-
ujioii id- stottvii Ii ili' t'lili r lies tor i
Strength. Aii'l i- tin IhkIv nlisfilere'i a
it itnl- Is 111 uii no of ti- si M ral mem
ber uii I or dans -o ti.e ttiikniM of ill'
bKti us coiisiiiii in of weak ' 'torn
'li till V-n disinliitel iimong the oi
Kins which compose the IkkIi. If Uii
boity is weak lii'i min It ' ill nourili'il
tliA" plin.il .Hkness III lm 'imnd in
all th- rjnns .'art lter Vcldnevi ele
The luer will l torpid ami Inactive
g' I off r to tillioiisii- ssi in- i! appettti
weak ii.rvr fiotiii iii irreiinlsr at tnn of
In ait pulpit it ion diruiest headache
i... k ii' In' mid kindred disturbances and
Mr lwli Para of teiwc. wrllrx- Toi
tears r.fii i mr hlth began lefatl. tot bead
.-fi illir i i.isi (islned aw and mr Momacb
k ire all Ui lime. arblM tTervlliln I
I'lio " nrw ocm to He baarr like toad
.hi iii stomach Tli rtortora clattneil xhtt
i WKHOiinualhetlc uuulilP line in iljsrn'psU
and ri'-"rlt"l for me. and altliouKli I i.
ih'ii odrr recularlr ret 1 n Ii no better
Ml wife adi lse urn iolr Iir I'lerr fi'dd)
Miilli al Iilwuterr -anil atut' tafclne the do-
lot s mull. ion. 4 bouiftit me a Imtil" and
w siih found that t boKan to luipruvn ) I
ki pt up he treatment I touk un fleab nnr
Htomm h iKs-ame normal. thetSicesUTeongan
xorkni nerferilv ami I auun tiegan to look
Ilk' a different person I i an nverrae lo
be t-ratefnl for what roar medicine has dune
for n aii'l I certalnlF give It hlgbest pralsi
Don t he Mheilted by a riinj urahtiing
dealer inti taking inferior iiilistituli s ur
Or Pier-i s moillcioes remmmetklud to
je "Just us guod "
To pain knowledtreof your own body-
in n knesi Hid health nend for the I'eo-
tile'n nmmon Sense Mediml Adiisir A
liook of lljrjH agfs Send L'l one - cent
stamps for pnper covered or .11 stanii.ii
fori loth Ijuimd copy. Address Pr 11. v.
Pierce ut Main Street llnffaln N. Y.
pit' iiiiR" would be ' eld In Oklaho-
ma than In Indian Territory and that
with Ihs restraint r-pon Investment"
capital would be more likely to
choose Oklahoma than Indian Terrl
This condition In Indian Territoiy
ji.int d with the effort In Oklahoma foi
con tltutlonal prohibition rrakea cer-
tain tho fact that tt considerable
numbii of pei'Rona some for bislness
leaaous antl otbera through iinwIllliiK-
tiess to vote against tatehood would
be coerced Into support cf prohibition.
I i inn is utiiiii ni jr uut uiiijr tu m.iit:ir
TKIn In nnnt w v lutl anti . A .! i.hl
mllnPS tlllt m Hie rbrlita a-uar
r n r-
mU.cj v lhe fetlora. COnalttttlon to
every cltlxen of the llnlted States.
There Is no Juat reason why thi-
tlilug should lie done to the e. pie of
Oklahoma a people almost - wholly
i Ami'iiraii-uoiu as niguiy eai:aien as
( gny n the unnt aml ag caijie of
Vlll-)good le4f goveinmeut as those of any
othtr commonwealth.. Thla nrt tet
ove a j)rilicile the rights of
If carried n a legal question to the
irnited aait;. wlnrMne court no in-
telllgent man dmibta that this" Inter-
ference by congress lu the Internal
affairs of the state would be held
other tl an contrary to the federal
conytlt tton And It shuld be car-
ried to the upruue co-rt Dy the
ilme the can? could be heaid It Is
probable huwtver that the vote on
the const it tlon would bavo been held
and if constitutional prohibition were
approved the court prchnhly would
(imlM the oaBCi Bayjng that the pen-
pie had decided it themselves.
Hut the people would not hnve tle-
cld'J It for themselves. They dimply
would have been tiel hand nnd foot
by congresa lu Indian Territory while
lit fli t nh rt a llinti kifl lanafk ItnAat
I 111 -fllimiIl tll7 UllHI IIIU W UCTTIl
ramiinMl to voto for c iwtUiitiunnl
prohibition to eacapu the odium of
voting against statehood and all he-
cnjBU of tho despotic disregard of
personal rights by ndvocnto of con-
No ruuKOiiHble inan foels Hint the
people of the new state should not be
prrmlttetl to vote their lantlmonta.
Any law enacted contrnry to thla
;jacMe freedom would never
The people oi Indian Territory ae
entitled to Jum an n. ch eon.Ma.-a-
tlon as are the people of Oklahoma
If piohibition hho.ld be fastened upon
lh Oklahora slilc of tho atate by
the vote on tin onMi.u.l n. the petv
i i k r .. -r i. H n
Pie of both Indian Tenltoiy and Ok -
1 iiDini would lie deprived inuennitt ly
of un opKrt ulty to say reaUy what
tiny want u proniuuion snouia ue
wept cut of the constitution all the
ot both Indian Territory and
... .-1 I.I 1 .1 I
UHisiiiiiiia ruitiu tie iliac-11 tii nu ritiai
10 "" I
This quality woJd come Iroin the1
demands of Oklahoma's senators ami '
;i'i5ic -smeii that prohibition be re -
.ftai frftin Tmltnn Turrltcrr. to t
-11 the wilo of the state without
tear tv f erclon. say how the liquor
llaHIc should be refc.lattd If prohl -
lattnn Oiimi ImuiIiI riarrv. it would be
cairled by an ultrnnnelled majority
vote aud If defeated would be lost
because a Uiaiority of the people op-
Edna Did our tathei see iiui lov
letter from Ueorge?
Kva Yea He fnd it in the hall
way. Kut I toid aim It was a letter
UUUta Aslronouij .' How could
you tell ch a flb
Hva Thai waau't a tlh deui Vou
see- tleoige put .i lot at h'.ii-. at the
iRiitoin fin klaoes- -C'hlctmo News.
A Winning Wemhination.
Th combination that wink is pi.ta
well bred well Kept utock l'hee ar
Important. Hut ii i& eipwl'v .npie ant
to have the cu we'1 ttainel Uiln
lug habita may he ideal tiNu
A Ctreat Fetd for Cows
Alfalfa la a meat teed foi ors;
It Is a fairly well bthuu;e4 ration
(Sieves pounds af it are equal iw tea
pumds of brau in feeding value.
Dy HAROLD WHITE
emy right WM. by Jvph B
"William." I Mid. fa kindly as ikm-
pibly. It will olthtr hae to b found
or we part company that U the right
expreKsibn t think Isn't It?"
YeB sir." said William Bcooplng up
the I'l'icheon crumbs.
"Hovr the deuce It could be lost
pannes my comprehension!" I added
glan. ing at the vacant space on the
mantelpiece where the photograph !
to stand. I missed It It waa not only
pretty In Itseir but I valued It; time
had (hanged hut 1 nay I valued It.
"PT'aps Mrs. Groom knows some-
thing about It." suggested William
without apparent Interest.
"Nonsense!" 1 replied. Irritably.
"You know as well as I do that Mrs.
Oroom hasn't been near the place since
nlnj thla morning."
William apparently gave It up and
went on with his crumb-scooping .
"Did I understand tr." he said
after a pause "that you was to be
back at tea-time with the young lady
and her aunt air?"
Wltlfom'B remarks generally have a
fllgnincnnce and wi'h practice It Is
possible to gather what that slgnlfl-
nnc s ThU lime I saw at once what
he meant by a certain po ot his head
and the meditative manner In whlcu
be oliked up the t.ibte-cloth.
"Confound your impertinence!" 1
wild "Ixjok here William I'm not
coin to have you .irrange my rooms
ace"-diiig to your notions of propriety
or l.tever It Is. Thnt photograph
win have to be produced and put up
exavtly where It always Btands "
"A jon please sit" said William.
"I will see that It's looked lor "
"Do yon think I want you to man-
age uiy matrimonial affairs?" I went
on I was angry with hlui.
I shouldn't take the liberty sir."
"Who's going to notice the things?"
oh I think they notice m sir.
It's my belief the women see with tht
backs of their lieadK. Besioen. sti H"
natural that they should take stock
com'it.g for the first time."
'And suppose they do?"
"Wei1 sir" said Wllllatu. "In my
opinion whaithe eye doesn't see the
heart doesn't grieve after and least
said soonest mended. Of course si"
that nay be only In my station in life
"Do jou imaglue that anv wom.m
would think that 1 have lived forthree-and-thirty
year without the diversion
of feminine Mxlety?" I put it to him
"Tey nujr not think It str but
they like to believe It."
"Hut thafa noiiRcnse."
"Very likely sir. It's my belief Ifs
very much thla wa. A woman don't
no more than a man imagine things
In a geueral wny; but If sho flndB a
hook eha liaiiflB ft deal on It."
"Uut don't you see William" 1
said "that this entails a life ot per-
."I don't see air begging your par-
don that any man is bound to incrim-
"That Is catMllatry" I said. "Where
William where are your ethics?"
"I don't know. sir. Perhaps I never
had any sir. I'm not familiar with
"If on hud" I said "ydu would
Bee i hut the one great condition of
happiness between a man and a worn
an vho are or who are to become
nu wl'- " perfect eunllilence.
There biiouid Lie no secrets ivoimng
should be kept back."
"Some have tried It sir" said Wil-
liam and ih lined thoughtfully. "1
til.tLf t T uioa tt ruyit tl t ntlwlir
( lit I (in It a f f ttMHi a atiiBBii.
fltnl the photograph In the wardrobe
lu your bedioom. Shall I look for It
sir?" he asked walking to tho door.
"Stop!" 1 said. "You any some have
tried It In your oxporlence?"
"I've lived In imrrrlotl fninlllos anil
I luv8 come across It" suld William.-
"How did It work?"
"Oh! lor!" said William and said
"Hn.v often." I snlil "aro our natu-
rally good Impulses checked by tho
knowledge that If wo let thorn go thoy
will only lead to liunn in tho onil?
lly natural impuhK) It to befriend the
Iietoar In tho Htroot hut I know that
1 shall only be encouraging vagrancy
ami drink and thins. My natural Ira-
pulse under the pretoat (HreuiusUncves
M . Unvft no -uaietoii U inv eun-
honrds. and no photographs concealed
in the wardrobe of my bextroom and
! then u man of experience tells ine
ll fJ let h" lu' "le ;
milt will vei llkoly he aiipalllng. I
1 Blhoiedi wmia.u that the resulU In
' ne Gtl r us were appalling''"
Willi m lifted his eyebrows ant'
Mini advice as a uiun of ex-
P""eme i ... . .n..s ...r HW..P.0.
I u.ll.m liicliljllTvir tllA lkh4htlraikh T '
.. .!. ...-...!.. I
......".... ..- f- -.-....
"Seeing whiit'u written on it "
"rfoelug what's written on it. you
think that on the whole It would be
a wvt I" '' exclude the photo-
but a libertj ir'' said Wil-
J "".l' UMnwWM0 wlu look very
i emul Wihout it." I stiggesuetl.
. Yes sir that's In UtS nature of
. thinaa I Kiinuosa. all' said HI tain
Perhaps It Is as well to get used to
U sir. If'l may make so bold "
"Yea es. And are there any other
Improvement you would suggest?"
No sir." ald William glanelng
round ' 1 'blnk we rhall show up
preitj well as we a."
I will take your advice. William. '
i said. "Anil whau I am married.
William you shall come and arrange
t.l.... ..I..I amuilllllau fd.r 111A '
iihuiiiuu..... B'i""". ...:..-" ...
'Thank you . satt .. .
oouldi. t uiideitakC U.
Ore of Hi Oloomy Maeds.
1 . V tho best policy to b
1 . all. t.i the profeaeor -bat In
of t. u.any ni it la a pol-
1 -l .as a Hitnecdi'i vale.
REPRESENTED IN ANNU-
AL SES J ION OF FARM
EXPERTS IN ATTENDANCE
Will Talk on Pursuits Allied
to the Soil.
(Uy Associated Press.
Koek Island. Ill Oct. 8. -Hundred
of delegates representing tho brains
oi the ngilcultuial Industry in the
I'nlled States filled the Hr. audi
tmlim here this mottling at the open-
ing of the twunty-alxth annual se--slon
of the Farmers' National c n-
gles Tho delegates eame from
eveiy state of tht Union antl among
them woe mini of national reputa-
tion as ex crts In sokntifi- farming.
In dairying forestry. Irtigatiou stock
rai ing aud othei indjstries and pur-
its allied to the tilling of the soil.
Th- Initial Htimlnn began at 10
'oIchk this morning with addresses
of welcome by Mayor George W M:-
Caskln to which response1 for the
visitors wtru made by Joshua Strange
of Marion Ind. and B- A. Caxeron
of North Carolina both officers of the
The feat re of the alteruoon ses-
sion was the annual addre a at the
president Johu Al. Stahl of Chicago.
Pi evident Stahl was lolloweil by
Jaxes Sheukley of Pennsylvania who
siKike of agrlc-'tuie In Alaska of
which teiritoiy he waa commissioner
anJ g vernor for a period of twelve
years during which time he made a
pedal study of the agricultural pos-
sibilities of the territory. The re-
mainder of the afternoon was oc u-
pled with the appointment of com-
mittees and othei routine business.
The congress will be in session un-
til the end of the week. Tho pro-
gram Is regarded a the best ever ar-
ranged fcr n Toetlng cf the organiza-
tion. Among the prominent persons
scheduled for addresses are Governor
C'.'OiinlnB of Iowa Congressman
Jose.ii IS. Itsndall of Louisiana. Glf-
forJ Plnchot hlef of the forest er-
vice tf the United States department
of agriculture; L. Whitney Wntklns
of Michigan Hon. Alfred I)h1Ims.
state t perinte ndeut of public in-
struction of Illinois Ualph If. Searlet
of Nebraska president of the Ameri-
can Feder3tlon of St -tents of Agrl-
cttUure IB. U. Cowglll editor of the
Kansa1 Far.T3r; iourer Governor
Van Saut tf Minnesota and Solon 1
Goode of Indianapolis president of
If v ii Ike eofteo but v.r- drink It ti v
Dr. cUioop's Ileultb (Uih-. It U ttuu
tlmt i-ent Coffie does dlsttub l';o K'o.n-
ach. Health anil Kidneys. Hut Dr.
Slump's Health Cv.'fuc hn not a grain of
I rue cotT'c lu It. Uclna nuiile from
parched Jirnln. innlt et . it foi ma n
whulesom". food-like drlnkK t having
th true favor of Old .lava and ilocha
Coffee. "Mad" In u minute." fall at
our store for u fie sum;le. Sold
OLD TIME TELEGRAPHERS.
(Dy Associated PrestO
Waslilagton D. C Oct. 9. The Old
Time Telegraphers' ajnl Historical as-
sociation and the Bo;Iety of tho
United States Military Telegraph'
corns began their 26th annual reurvon I
In WaJitngton this mornjytg with a
tuBiness session at the Hotel Arling-
t u. Andrew Carnegie Thomas A.
Edison Clntencu H. Mackiy Colonel
Thcxas T. Bckert and L. C. Weir
presld.Mit of the Adams ICxpreas com
pany. ai owe ol the old-time key-
board ex cru "ho are proud of their
imtberslilp In the association. "The
present meeting and reunion will oon-
tlnue tbree ilsys. Ksourslona reoep-tl-.ns
and a banquet are features of
the entertainment program.
Cures bAUya croup. Willis's dally cuts
and brulaen. maminft's snre iiuxwi.
Igrandmu's Unienses Dr. Tlvomas
kvclrlc OH- the great household renily.
COLORADO MeDICAL SOCIETY.
(y Aaseolatsd Peess )
l) 11 v f to.. Get. Th pent.ig this
morning is) t iv aunual ifuetlng of the
1'i.ljialo kUete Jledlcal amirtety Was
iiiHikea bv Urge attentlauiee 01 pre-
. . -. ii ... t J.
mnneni rajwearn nuu Cw.. .. --
I 111 ....I
T.. .. -...h.Hll a..tlvid this nf-
ilBUMI nuunin -
- .;' ";w ... -Bris Un
L Hlwld Ir. O. V Jul -ton of Uould.
if rjr II A Rhtik of IM-hl II. B.
I ';; ' ""' " ' '"dTfrf
!;;;;;' V K Hmx of Oiena Jum-
. tlotl B'1M lr v w Bolatta of l-usblo.
rht)' roMltkB ui be m -aion umi;
' it May.
disease a regular disease; and Ayes Hilrl
vi.Af made from our new improved for-I
lyiiiia.' ouleklv and complttely destroys that!
dlsessc. The hair stopi faUlng out grows!
more rapidly and all d.hdruff ai"PF?;0o
Do. eat 1 auaa or .Uaa tXHuSi:
tTVIVS - v ' ". iilitaMaaataBaaBairaBBBBBaaaBaaBBBaaBBMrTrT1TMS"
when 7.EMO clin llaniil fm nern it ye
will innklv mitf piriitanriitb cine yen'
lri a--y salves ami ci earns mrtnot cure yov
anri Pie rlerirtc neeitta leaves kfiirii
rimpleln Acaiseilli. ft germ ZEMO draws
Iheso terms ami tin u loiins I" the gmface
ri tlieiu leaTiut a moe clnar
ZEfviO is on hones! remeihraiiit has never
failru to cure It i-. rrrugmreil us rite
world'n iireio st eure for all dieaties of tho
akin niui -i nip '
Write fnr unple ami liosWet )Our drutaist
will refund if euiu laili t j cute.
If aRatpni ao If f... May 10 lontt
K. VV R"i r Mmui twa Co. SI I.rli. M
t.rnttnuieti 1 hiRhW indnre your rcn-iiity
f.ir Hie -nrc of all skin anil scalp ilmaaaea
I or the rma ot plluiili a X IH-Iiei jour retli
edy rosily aiirpasM'S anything in the wofltl
toUujr. ouia vem trulv
ItAKR HARP! R. Irraa.
Pvtraaao Om v Dv
C. W. ROSE MEDICINE CO.
3032 011 -e Street. ST. LOUIS MO.
imiMiii Oaaraalrad and Sell) Dy !
J. N. WALLACE.
1 avpfc C Sweet to Eat
L.UA ClJ O A Candy Bwcl Laxativ
I Capital City Cafe f
: Carl Gregg. "Prop. l
i CHOICEST vi andsTn season :
We (a er Especially
108 S Division
Gas lights Gas Heaters and Gas Ranges
Have Wrought for Woman many changes-
Her labor's light less worry too
More Comfoct now ior me; for you.
Guthrie Gas Co.
Weinberger Traiisfer Company
(Successors to J. C. Foster 6 Co) -
Prompt Attentiou Given to AH
Calls for Drayage.
Spacious Rooms For Storage
! Receivers and
CH.r - HvH - r - K - B - I - Hl - I - B - SB'I - B - I - H - l'BB
We have a few more
of the -authorized
THE DAILY LEADER
Boxes are approved by
Uucle Sam. Many farm-
ers were forced to dis-
card boxes last year be-
cause thev were not
"Regulation." Get The
Leader Box and you will
make no mistake.
THIS DATK IN HISTORY. O
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O ii in n t i nt'i o
O l"H i 'Ii ol It. Iln h'hii iy com- O
0 ' n l itiixai.ii i 1 1 Ausiialiin O
OK I V m Ii in- illlilnl torklOWIlO
0 ' I i hi i s tniMii m tit'ea- O
0 n I m in. I June 17. O
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0 i I'niillli 8ilni-sii i. Krrnch O
O lonipnHl lieiii Q
O v ' WlnfliM . on Hihley A marl O
Q Ml li hull it li n O
C Ms M.utl.il I in piiJm'il In O
O I'lpetown O
O ls'1 Whler' ruii.ms Con'eder- O
O ute. iuiIm met with defat O
O at frml mi n Term O
O '"'I The ifioii '''-Ii iif fire con- O
O tinned t mse I'nt ilpM'.roj O
O 1S -President Ilooe velt eoriferr-d Q
O Mltli leaders In coIIcrc athlr- O
' O tic Wit .1 iew of IniprovtriK Q
' O tandarda. O
When a lwrto la so over worker it lies
down nnd in other wnys declares its tn-
atillt to go fnrthor vou wou'A con-
sider tt irlmliirtl to ua force. Many n
mon nf humnne imnnlftea who would
not willingly harm it kitfn la guilty of
cruelty where tits own "tonmeh is cop-
cerned f)eii!ileo overworked whin
what t ne4n la something tlmt will dt-
jt tin food oaten .iml help the atom
ach to it' i upente HnrrcMhtnK like Ki
dul F.i Di p psl.i Unit i sold by O It
Oee. W. Gaffney
lu Theatre Parties
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