The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 173, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 27, 1907 Page: 3 of 8
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THE LEADERt GUTBIE OKU.. WEDNESDAY MARCH. 27 1907.
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WRITE US FREELY
and frankly In strictest confidence telling all your
troubles nnd stating your age. We will send you
FREE ADVICE in plain sealed envelope and a val-
uable 64-page Book on "Home Treatment for Women.'
Address; Ladies' Advisory Dept. The Cliatta-
nooga Medicine Co. Chattanooga Tenn. a ss
Is a universal evil of all warm climates and Is common In the hot
season everywhere. Its effects are quickly felt In that sleepy drowsy
tired feeling headache loss of appetite constipation sick stomach
poor blood pimples sallow complexion nervousness Irritability melan-
choly etc. all caused by the bilious acids acting on the blood the
cure for which Is a quick cleaning-up of the system with
T1 theword's nn
Absolutely no other remedy superior to this for all tho common hot climate liver
diseases. For over Seventy (70) years Its sale has steadily Increased until now It s
the standard vegetable liver medicine. Its merits may best be proved by Its flock of
spurln's Imitations. Every druggist has been Imposed Upon by salesmen and has one
or more Imitations In stock. Be sure YOU get the genuine Imitations are Injurious.
Look for the namb "Thcdford" on the yellow vrspper for If you get tho genuine It will
never disappoint. Try It.
At All Druggists 25c and $1.00
j'lvo $200000 enn bo kept In tlmo to
work wonders of relief.
If yon "Will contribute; cyon In mod
crntlon ami semi by chock postal or
express nitmoy ordor to 105 lllb'o
House New York yon niny rest ns-
xiiretl Hint ninuoy will bo Wlsoly used.
Christian Herald Chlnuao Famine Ho-
lief Fund has tho endorsement of
President Hoosevelt nnd of. Secretary
Root who added liberal checks to
There U no field for generosity oport
todnv In which your gift small or
large will do as much In the way of
KAvitiK Ilfo and nhnlluft suffering.
15. It JOHNSTONS.
Extract from the Roman Daily Howler
((52 I) C.)
It la with pleasure thut tho Howlor
announces tho ouiidldncy.of Qulngqlo-
rxl Spondullx for treasurer of the
reboot board subject to tho decision
of the Republican caucus. Mr. Spon-
dullx Is the handsome and popular
teller of the XXII11 Natlonnl Imnlt.
which hasn't had any of tho school
filmic since Julius Caesar was so foul-
ly dune away with by tho Anthony
Trust company crowd some years ago.
The XXUId National bank Is one or
the solid financial Institutions of Homo
and durluK Its prosperous career of
over 400 eurs. It hns bad but ono ac-
cident. That was when an escaped
Hon from the Coliseum entored tho
building Jind devoured. Uip cngldor
cadh. Tho cash was rocovotcd but
tho cnshlor was not. We bespenk Mr
Mr SimndulU a liberal tupport ut
tho iiolls which open on tho Idas of
March. He Is nlreedy passing around
coppor medals of himself which nro
Intondcd to bo worn on the toga as
nn advertisement and has subscribed
for three coplca of tho Howler. "Hah
lor Spondullx I
Tho winds of Smrcli have no terror
to tho usor of DoAVltt'H Cnrhollsssd
Witch Hazel Salve. It quickly heals
chapped and cracked skin. Good too.
fo" 'iollrf nnd bruises and undoubted-
ly tho best relief for Piles. Sold bora
by C. R. ltenro
National Coffee & Tea Co saves
you 20 per cent on coffeo and ton and
gives a promluui cncclt with every
purchase. Spices extracts etc
talents 7S dontirrl fn
WORSHIPPERS OF DEVIL
Revival of Cult Whoso Scan
dnlotis Orgies Shocked All
Paris Years Ago .
(lly Associated Press.)
Paris March 27. Tho cult ot Devil
wgrohlppers. wJioso- scandnlous orIcs
Shocked nH Pafls some youra ago has
been revived. A quiet cafe appears to
havt been selected as tho temple for
tho carrying out of tho blusphomous
ritunl associated with the worship ot
Satan An upstairs mom was fitted
up In Imitation uf a church. Anony-
mous communications acquainted tho
police with what was going on.
The Vorshipers were In the habit ot
assembling nightly itt tho cafo. After-
wards they proceeded to the upstairs
room which had been lilted with thick
doors and Iron shutters and further
protected from prying eyes by the ad-
dition on the Inside of hoav curtains.
Tho police Inquiries brought to light
the fnct that tho "black mass" was
colebrated nightly. Thoro was nn
altar covered with black on which
was set no w offlgy of tho Devil. Tho
wltolo ceremony was a travesty on
Tho Dovllworshlppors appear to
have boen made nwaro of tho Intended
raid. and bo they iled in time thus
evcdlng tho police. All they left be-
hind were a number of documents
dealing with their ritual and n luxu-
liousy fitted room.
The Pacific Coast lenguo will start
the season with only four clubs Los
Angeles Por'lnud Oakland nnd' San
Francisco. All four cities nro line sup-
porters of tho gnmo but tho P. C. L.
leally needs two more clubs to be-
come a well-balanced organization.
Saved Her. Son's Life.
Tho happiest mothor In tho lltllo
town of Ava. Mo. Is Mrs. S. Ruppoa
Sho writes: "Ono year ago my son
was down with such serious lung
troublo that our physician was unable
to help him; when by our druggist's
advice I began giving him Dr. King's
Now Discovery and 1 soon noticed
improvement. I kept this treatment
np for a few weoks when ho was per-
fectly wall. Ho lias worked steadily
sinco at carpontor work. Dr. Klng'c
Now Discovery savI his life." Guar-
anteed best cough and cold cure by
all druggists. 50c and $1.00. Trial
Tho great reduction sale is now on
at the "Novelty Racket." US North
Division St. Tho opportunity of a
llfe-tlmo to get china waro cheap.
Springtime Is coming Anna dear.
"Why not clean up. Wo have tho
palntu. Cluis. Rcufro drug bouse.
My School Shoes are the best. A
trial will convince ycu. Price $1.00
to $2.b0. Robinson's. "s
WILL CELEBKATE CEN
TENNIAL OF BIRTH OF
OVER TWO DAYS
Don't Let Millions Starve
Crumbs From the Great American
Loaf Will Sava Hundreds of Thou-
sands of the Starving Chinese
Founder of University Made
Huge Fortune in Erecting
CIVIL PROCEDURE BEFORE
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE
So io io 3o So
A .Valuable Work that should $
be in Every Law Office!. and v
Business House in Oklahoma $
and Indiaa Territory. Compiled $
by Hon R. A. eff ft
PRICE. $2.50 X
Concolvo If you can tho condition
of a country In which prices are tpiot
cd of elm bark and grass root a as
articles of food; whoro the ration Jor
a day to muvo a man woman or clilld
from death by starvation cousls h ot
a Miinll bowl ot soup In which the
grain is to tho wa'cr as one to one
hundred; where tho hungry of today
inttflt look forward to hungrier tomor-
rows and millions of tlioni. to death
by starvation as the only poiwlble ohd;
where effort Is Impossible horrible
Buffering constant tho wall ot chil-
dren luMtalunt hideous wrvthodtioaa
AJI advluoa from Klangpab tho fam-
luo stricken ditdrlct (10000 sipmro
mlhw of it) of Cblnu. agree In piotlir-
lug provalllug ojilltloiia oh liulosqrib-
ably awful. All agreo Jtu placing the
present dally death roll In the thou-
sands AVitli the certainty of huge in-
rreoco as tho woftry Wfoks drag on.
The people Who ara suffering the
cream at Boston Meat
Of Telephone Servicer is Small
compared with tle Re J
Make Hie telephone a factor
n your business . 't
Victor Bar Now stare Bar Elka
IJai tho three best In Guthrlo; tho
poopio's choice. Puro bottled goods
for family uso.
Call the loqal manaper for a
representative of the contract
Telephone & Telegraph. Co.
Ixignn Co. Bank 1cacn your chlldti
the vnluo or a bank account Deposit
your money at this bank for Barotytert'
reliability. N. E. cor. Okla.; Div.
The Beamer Grocery
The Houghton Grocery Company
Goods Delivered to all parts of
Plurhe 8 Cor. Glh SI. and Noble Ave
That Hows is' bottled
at Eurelrtt Sprincs.':
resort It is shipped
ft ft ft
Leader ' Oifici
Dy Associated Proas.)
Ithaca N. Y.. Maicb 27.-Arrnnge-ninnis
for tho celobra'iou of the cen-
tennial of the birth of Kara Cornell
founder of tho Cornell univer-
sity and the dedication of the
new hutldihtfs of tho Now York state
eolii'Kc of agriculture have been coin
ple'i'd. The exeioises will bo held
oho mouth from today and wyi ex-
tend over two days. The first day will
lie devoted to tha Cornell centennial
eeii brutioii nnd the second day to the
dedication of tho new collego build-
ings. Andiew Carnoglo of tho board
of trustoes hue boon soloeted to do-
liver tho principal address on Kzra
Cornell. Tho faculty have selected as
their spokesman Andrew D. White
first president of tho university and
the a)umni committee hns selected
Senator Joseph B. Foraker class of
"Gil nnd Dr. David Starr Jordan class
of "7 president of Loland Stanford
Jr . university.
Ezra Cornoll whoso memory It Is
proposed to honor ou so elaborate a
flcalo won the gratitude of postority
not only founding the groat univer-
sity which bears bis namo but by oth-
er works as w'oll. Ho was born on a
farm at Westchoator Landing N. Y.
Jan. 111X07 and wns of Quakor on-t-estiy.
As a youth he followed tho
several occupations of millwright ma-
chinist and fanner. At tho ago of 21
he walked from Do Huyter N. Y.
whither his family had movod soon
after IiIh blr'h to Ithaca where ho
continued as miller and mechanic for
lie had a prominent part in the
erection of tho first experimental tolo-
?ruph lines lie was 34 years old
when be made tho acquaintance of a
Mr dmlth of Portland. Me. who had
the contiact to lay under ground the
lend pipe containing the four Insulated
wires of tho projoctod Moras tolograph
between Washington and Baltimore
'orntII already had displayed consid-
erable Inventive genius and nt Mr.
Sniith'u suggestion ho put his mind to
the tnsk of producing a niuoliliio that
would excavate a narrow trench about
two feet In depth lay tho wire wltnln
it and cover It ovor. all at ono opera-
tion This led to nn ucQualnUnco with
Prof Morao and luter when It was
found Imposslblo to havo perfect in-
xulation Cornell suggested to Morso
thut the telegraph wires be strung on
pole.. This suggestion was carried
out. nnd Cornell began to mnko money
-vi t of his contracts to oroot telegraph
lino He built the Hue between New
York and Albany and when ho had
made enoiifiti money to carry out his
plan ho built sovaral lines fn tho
tortures of hunger and exposure and
who nro wolglttud down by tho awful
hopelessness of a widespread calamity
are nether .oollusp.iupar nor mendi-
cants. Thoy rank In Uiolr own land
as peasants of I-'ronec Gormany or
Italy do theirs or us tho smaller
faruioia of our own country ranked
until our unprecedented prosperity
raised tbolr classification. Those
Chlueso sufferers in tho mass are
worthy and so graterul for help that
distributors o' foreign relief tell of the
gratltudo with teura of appreciation. .
Tilings must of necessity grow
worso in China until the crops of
summer can bring betterment. Hellof
funds from America or -food bought
with contributed .money stand be-
tween millions of the datiorvlng and
(loath la Us most dreadful forum.
Already through tb American
preso and tho renders tbareof thou-
sands ot dollars hnvc- lieojj subscribed
for the starving Chlcu-so sent to the
Orient and carefully and adequately
But the need is sore for added gifts
The Christian Herald has fcent $100
000 nnd veHiHinsc to its appeals en-
courages the b'llit tha' Us promise to
all over the country
if I'd i1 rapidly' gain-
ing" favor among dis-
Natural or carbonated
also from this water
is manufactured the
now famous "Ozatka"
Olnger Ale which has
on every drop. Ask
for "Ozarka" and get
a pure food drink.
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