The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 54, Ed. 1, Friday, July 5, 1907 Page: 2 of 8
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FRIDAY vui.Y 5 1907.
HEROIC REPULSE OF
BRljjhsH BY YOUTHFUL
SONS OF ELI RALLIED
TO DEFENSE OF TOWN
Today va Monument Was
Tlieir Deed of Heroism
(Iiy Associated Tress.)
"New Havuii Conn. July E.Onft
limulonl and twenty-eight yeara ago
todny on July 5 1779 a small body
of beardless Yale sttidcals inarched
bravely out to the edge ot tlio town
to give battle to the ttritiau veterans
who had come to tuke New Haven. To-
day a monument connnamonitljig tho
heroism of tho youthful students was
placed on the spot ag West Ilrldge.
where tho British woro repulsed.
Tho monument coat $.10000 and wo
designed by James Edward Kelly of
New Yorli. Tho monument consists
of three bronze ifigures of heroic size
and dressed In the costume of tho col-
lege boya of colonlnl UmeB. They are
Been derating a ploce Of flold artillery
and tho whole is mounted on a pedeu-
tal of granite suitably Inscribed.
Tho conflict which the memorial
cotnmeir-onalPS wis one of the stirring
Incidents of the American Revolution
Tho British had pie -mod to cause
"Washington to weaken his forces nt
West Point Irt order to defend the
Connecticut const. New Haven then
a. town of 1.S0O Inhabitants was to bo
tho object or tho BrltUh attach. Presi-
dent Stiles from Uio steoplo of Yalo
collego saw the Ilrltlsh Hoot prepar-
ing to sail froniWostHnvon and called
out tho studonts for tjho defence of tho
Under General Onrth ()io BrltlHh
forced a landing hotly onpoaod by tho
Yaluuoys and tho patriots and pro-
ceeded to plunder and destroy. A
pitched battle was fought at tho north-
rsl corner of Broadway and tho de
fenders wcro ovcntwully orerwholmod
by superior mimbors. Meanwhflo tho
British had landed 1600 men at Llht-
iiouo Point and advanced from th
east with tho Intention of forming a
junction with thohe In the town and '
'o.jhlnp nil Jim08Uioj while S8r :
George Coiner nomtmrdwl the town
from the warships in tdie harbor
By this time however the entire
countryside was aroused and the pa-
triots gathered 1n such nimhi-i that
tho Hrltlnli nlthdrew and bur.ied Fjir-
llold. The heroic niuuents of Yale
Crowds of People
Yes crowds of people arc coming lo our
store. They are coining to see the magnifi-
cent new sanitary fountain which wc Iiavu
They are aiso coming to get adrinlfdf
the moHt delightful and dolicious drinks whiCfh
arc being served from our new sanitary foun-
tain. It is a beautiful fountian.
Wu want pvcryono in this; locality to
come in and inspect our new fountiati and be
served out of it- '
Its equipment allows us to give the best
possible service to our customers
The P'osl Office Drug Store
W. B. WHEELEH Mnnngcr
were therefore left
the college town.
'.a pOB-3lou of
$100 Reward $100.
Tho readers or this jwper will bo
pleased to lenm that there is at least
otic dreaded disease that scienco has
been able to euro In all Its stages and
that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Curo
Is the only positive curt now known to
tho medical fraternity. Catarrh bolnga
constitutional disease requires a con-
stitutional treatment. Hall's Caturih
cure Is taken internally acting di-
rectly upon tho blood and mucous
fwrfaces of the system thereby de-
stroying the foHidfttlon of Uie dlsoaso
nnd g'vlng the patient strength by
building up the constitution and assist-
ing nature tp do its work. Tho pro-
prietors 1m vo so miuh faith in its cura-
tive powers that they ofr?" Ono Him-
dree? rioiiars fo' Any case that it fails
to t o. Send for list of testimonials.
V J. C1IHNI5Y & Co. Toledo O.
Sold by Druggists 75c.
Take Hull's Family Pills for consti-
Going to wed? Yog wo can flje you.
Have the furnituro nnd all tho fittings.
Patterson Furniture Co.
Dingy walls? No need of oiu. Wall
paper patterns this ropt:z aro swag-
ger. At Gray's 120 East Oklahoma.
LAND OPENING DELAYED.
(By Associated Prods.)
Washington D. C. .Inly f!. This
wub the dale orlglnnllysot by tho inter
lor department for tho oponlng of tho
Hello Fourche Irrlrullon project In
South Dakota but on account of the
flood In the Belle Fourcho rlvor Inst
May. which did some damage to tho
government works It has boon found
necessnry to delay the opening The
new date of the opening has not been
Grows Nights and Sundays.
Your money dots If invosted In
some of my real ostato bargains.
FOSTEft TUB LAND MAN.
Pabst Blue RlbSon Cup For Hop
The Intestate Imposition of Irri-
gated Lund Products nnd Forest Pro-
ducts to be held In Sacramento Cali-
fornia next September. Is expected to
show tho wondorful pt ogress that has
heed made in developing lands hltih-
orlr; unproductive for agricultural
Immense tracts of hltjiurlp waste
lauds (hat have been rocjnlmcd by
modern irrigation methods havo ma-
terially added to tho resoaTces of the
United States and largo Interests
havo been nvick in see the possibil-
ities of those irrigated lauds in produc-
ing nn exceptionally fine quality of
The Pabst Brewing Company of Mil-
waukee was among flrst to ap-
pelate the pOHaibllitL. of Iplgatlng
lands for" the raising of tho finest
quality of hops. To stlmulnte the hop
growers to nmko ovory effort to pro-
duce ihops of the quality and flavor
that will blow such a beer as Pabst
Blue nibbou Col. Gustavo Pabst lias
offered a $500 Solid Silver Cup for-the
finest exhibition of irrigation grown
hops to be made at the forthcoming
Tho Board of control hsvo already
arranged for some fifteen trophies
ranging in price irom $200 to $500
and these prize will make this Ex-
position ono of the mst miccossful
that has ever been known. Mr. W. A.
Board Secretary of tho Bxecuntlve
Committee of tho 15lh Annual Irri-
gation Cougiess willed convenes In
Sacramento on September 2nd tho
oponlng day of the Exposition says:
"Tho Pabst Bl ie Ribbon 'Oip will in-
sure a mngnlficont hop display at tho
forthcoming Fall. It Is hut ono more
evidence f the fur reaching influence
alrendy being exerted by tfie National
Irrigation Congress and in the Exposi-
tion to bo held undor Its auspices."
The Pabst Blue Ribbon Cup will he
designed by Messrs Shrove & Com-
pany the well known silversmiths of
San Franelso and will be n.ie'of the
handsomest designs this firm has evei
product d The fun is offori'd without
ifstrictlon and with the Intention that
a priio of thi character will stimu
late bile hopjrrrtWcrs or tho Wost to
rival In oxcdjivMio or their hops tho
finost product of foreign lands
Tho Interstate Exposition Will con-
tinue until September 1 Hit the closing
dale or tho California Stnto Fair
which is (held st Sacramento simulta-
neously with the Exposition and It
is therefore anticipated that In addi-
tion to thogo who compete for the
Pnbst Bkio Ribbon Cttp. u very gen-
eral Interust will be awakened In tho
growing of hops on the part of thou-
sands or fanners who will visit Suc-
rnmouto during the month or Sep-
tember. ThOiWKOulB bi peoirto t$ilMly' ShfTofr-
tag with lcluioy and tiT(tutlor tirtuhlcs
-Hlnngerous ailments that should bo
-necked promptly. Hewitt's Kidney
and Bladder Pills oie tilte best remedy
Tor lmckncho won't kidneys inflam-
mation or the blndder. Their action
Is prompt nnd sure A week's treat-
ment for 26c. Sold by C. R. Runfro.
PENNSYLVANIA LAWN MOWERS
THE BEST MADE. AT HIRSCHI &
That liorno of j trs. How much
better ho will look with a now dress
or harness. See ("short at 11!'. West
Cftll Tor Plcrsul's ice eronin. Served
-at all tho bast soda fountains In the
JEWISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY.
(By Associated Prosa.)
Newport It. 1.. July 1. Tho Ameri-
can Jewish Historical society of
which Dr. Cyrus Adler of Washing-
ton I). fc. Is piesldent began Ka
fifteenth antnisl meeting today at tho
rooms of UtQ Newport Historical so-
oioty. ' During' the two days the so-
ciety will roninlii iu session a i umber
of papers- dealing with the hlstoty of
tho Jews In Amerrca will be presented
by Edhiuttd II. .Abrahams or Sa
viinnh Albert M Friedenberg of NoM
York David 13 Heineman or Detroit
Prof. J. II. Hollander of Baltimore
All the World
knows th.it Bnllird's Snow Liulincnt
has no nuperloi for Rheumatism
Stiff Joints Cuts Sprains. Lumbago
and c'l pains. Hny It trv It and you
will always use It. Any bo'ly who
has used Mallard's Snow I.lulmclit Is
n living proof of what it docs. All
we ask of von is to get a 1 1 in I bottle.
Prloo 25c. ftO and $1.00. C. R Ileiifro.
PhOne No. 1 In time and you will
uovot miee yoir train. Baggage
ryiteWy carried Royal B. 11. and
1S00 Pair Sniu ' Hose on br lo-
nlght nt one-thiid less than real raloe
ot Tlra Gntnd Leader.
POOR REFENSE OF PUGET SOUND
(By Assocla ed proas.)
Seattle Wash . July 5. Tho waters
of Pugot Sound iu this vicinity are
to bo th0 seenp during the noxt woek
or ten dnvs of the most extensive nav-
al nnd military maneuvers that have
ever tnken place on the Pacific coast.
In view of the talk of possible wnr
with Japan the uiaueuveis h.ivo at-
tracted much attention. The wnr de-
partment lfciwover announces thnt
the maneuvers are within any special
signleance and are only in the nature
of nrncticp woik similar to that car
lied out along tho Atlantic coast for
seerol onrs past
Thr mancucrs will be pattieipnted
in by the state militia and tho coast
nrtjllory. TJto problem Will be tp de-
fault Sotut'o fivift a son attack. The
fleet composed of vessels from San
Franolsijo nnd other ctmBt points will
attempt to run by Forts Unrdon.
Cnsey and FJnglor whllo land tmops
will attack tho forts fromtho rear.
DESCENDANTS OF THE
iTiy Assooiatod atoss.)
Norfolk Va July 1. Undor the
ftusplccs of the Thomas Jefforson
.Memorfnl association a . notable re-
nlfion was hold at the Jnmcrtown ax-
ltosltlon today or the descendants of
ttt sl&PM of tihe DoeUrfttfon or lndo-
pendnoo. The reunion was largely
attended nnd tho progrnm a most at-
The day applied with n salute rrom
too artillery oh shore nd the vessels
In Hampton 7toadv Shortly nftur
10 o'r lock tthoro was a parade through
tho exposition grounds of army amj
nRVnl forces chic organisations and
school children Tho palriotte exer-
cises commenced In Convention hall
nt noon with the singing or "America"'
b a specially organised chorus of
&"iu voices nnd the audience wtfUeh
numbered several t hitman tl persons.
The exercises wero presided over by
Hon. J Taylor ISllyson. lieutenant
goverhor of Virginia. The speakers
of tho day were lineal ilesceudnnts of
the signers of the Declaration of
Independence representing all or the
thirteen original stntes The speeches
were Interspersed with the playing or
patriotic airs by tne United States
Summer snupa&e and tho best
moats in the cyr We eater to Hvo
people Star Stent Market & Gro-
cery phono 1C2.
s l&P WP
A CERTAIN SAEE
IJvctt if mercury and potash could cure Contagious Blood Poison tile
condition in wlinh these strong mitiernN l-ave Uk hytctu would make tho
"cure worse th.ni 'li disease " But they cwtinot cure the vile disorder;
they can only cover up the symptoms for awhile or mask the dfscaie in
the system but as soon as the treatment ii loft off the hideous symploiia
ulurn Mtrcuty and pot.vdi cat out the delicate lining; of tho stomach nnd
Lowc'.s produce chronic djspepsia by dryinjr up the gastric jiticco cause the
teeth to'decay tmd often completely break down the constitution nnd Vlcre
they are used in large quantities the bones become affected while tho
disease for whuh one has so long taken this destructive treatment has
tot bey cured. Contagious Blood Poison is a disease it will not do to trifle
with lfis a vile dangerous and destructive disorder. When the blood
ccomcs infected with its virus the mouth and throat ulcerate hntr and eye-
brow's came out jrlands in the neck and groin swell copper-colored spots
appear on tho flesh and iu severe cnues sores break out on the body the.
finger nails drop off nnd the sufferer is diseased from head to foot S. S. S."
is the only known antidote for -Contagious Blood Poison the ono remedy
that is Ohio to get to the root of the disease and force out cvry particle ol
the poison so that there nro never any signs of ita return. It is purely
vegetable made entirely from roots herbs and barks of known curative
value. Instead of leaving had after-effects as some medicines do S. S. S.
tones up every part of tho system and puts every part of the body in perfect
hefdth. It will also remove any lingering effects of former mineral treatment
while eradicating the poison from the circulation. Special bonk on the homo
treatment of this disease and any medical advice desired furnished free to all
xvho write. tttv zvttw anvnrtnn nn ttawi n
--' ui j.uu u ww. xi uann jjt
MEMORY OF CARTER HARRISON.
(By Associated Press.)
Chicago HI. July i. With Inter-
esting exercises and In tile presence
or n largo crowd a IumoIc size statue
or the late- Mayor Carter II. Harrison
Who was assassinated Oct. 28. Ih03.
was unveiled today iu Uniuii park. A
tablet on the pedestal or tho statue
bi-ars the following quotation from an
addioss dollveied by flavor Harrison
at the Woild's Fair on the duy of his
"Genius Is but audacity and the
audacity of Chicago litib chosen a star.
It has looked upward to it and knows
nothing thnt it vunrs to attompt nnd
thus farfl has found nothing that It
cannot accomplish "
Malaria Causes Loss of Appetite.
The Old Standard ORCVWS TASTE-
LMSS CHILL TONIC drives out u-
luriu and builds "p the system. Vnr
giown people and Chlldcen 50c.
B0 pair men's Beacon $300 shoes
$2.50 at Robinson's.
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year. When reduced with water ar.H sweetened it is pleasant to
take. Price 25 Cents; Large Size 50 Cents.
Within a few years a
Graveure Of the Delegates composing
the Convention will be
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