The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 157, Ed. 1, Monday, November 4, 1907 Page: 3 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLA MONDAY NOVEMBER i. 1907.
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for Infants and Children.
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Tho Kind You Havo Always liougiit ia4 Iinrun tlio Mgtm-
turo of Clin. II. Fletcher niul Iuv lrc.i muilo mulot his
pursonul auRorriAlon ftn over 80 jrorr. Allow nc otto
to tli'coivo you in this. Counterfeits Imitations mill
"Jtist-iw-jrootl' nro but Experiment mid endnngjr tho
health of Children lixporlonco ntfiiliiwt Experiment
The Kind Tou Have Always Bought
in Use For Over 30 Years.
At the annual meeting of the Okla.
woman siiffrico nsoi hit Ion held re-
cently In Oklahoma City the follow
ing resolutions woe adopted:
Tho Oklahoma Woman's Suffrag"
association is nni.fnl of the intere t
i.nd aid rendered by tlio members
"and friends and in recognition there.
of be it resolved:
1. That ftf ex pros our gratitude
to the delegates wlio so ourageou.-ly
endorsed and voted for woman's suff-
rage in tlio Constittitlonal Convention
and that the president be instructed
to send a letter to earn momfier In
accordance with this resolution.
2. Resolved that our thanka are
due tho Mlniaterla association of the
T'nited Dretheni Church of Oklahoma
for Ita endor -t of Woman's Suff-
rage as a ract . 'he moral and po-
litical life of o; lion.
;!. Resolved that this association.
In accordance with the principles of
our national organization endorses
the Union Isabel ond stands far equal
pay for equal work a.i a tnenatire of
Jiaflee to the wane earning w'otnan.
and whereas a disfranchised claes la
it menace in Industry be It resolved
1. That the Secretary aend a fra-
ternal communication to the Oklaho-
ma Federation of Labor expressing
our appreciation of the support and
endorsement Riven by the Labor
Unions in the futherauce of Wotuau's
f. Resolvi d that c congratulate
the women of Oklahoma ou the nomi-
nation of Robert L. Owen to the Uni-
ted States Senate. -HiM integrity i.nl
ability aio a conspicuous Ilfcistration
of the hinii character of men who be-
lieve that juMlce is due women as
well as n.tn.
.. Resolved tl'ot we congratulate
the women of Oklahoma on the elee-
tion to Congicss of lord S. MOutri
wiioRe advocy in the past is au earn-
est of his continued efforts for tie'
political representation ol our v
7. Resolved that the thanka of the
hi.it r and Local organiatluiib ate diu
the newspapers of Oklahoma and It;
dlan Territory for the generous pub-
lication of Items relating to Woman s
Suffrage. The favorable attitude and
th' amount of space donated to our
cause ls-nu Indication or the piogres-
slve 'Spirit of the Press of our new
8. Res:dved that the we congratu-
late the Woman's Christian Temper-
ance Union for their political sugaclly
and energy displayed in their cam-
paign In his -Hate and point with
pride to their achievements a a dem-
onstration that women en take part
in the policies of government with
dignity nnd intelligence.
ft. Re nlved that we extend to the
National Association a vole of thank
for their excellent work done in oic
Territory during the past eighteen
months. Al?o wish to especially ex-
tend to Mrs. Rover our moat stir ore
thanks tot her work- in rivaling siu 'i
n feneral sentiment for Suffrage
throughout the Territories during li--i
yeai'a work with n.
MRS. J. A. HURT.
MRS. LILT.tR M ALLEN...
Comtrlltee on Resolutions
Tf hard to please you will like
Satin skin i ream nd Satin powder
The plasterets was the first- ti ai-"1
in Boston. Mass to obtain the Sat-
in day half hulldav. and th- men have
been enjoying it for neaily eleven
years Now it is an stftblished Insii
liltl'Mi in riarirull all of the tiadea.
mja" tuul aim pure.
The critical onleal through which the expectant mother must pass
however i so fraught with dread pain suiTeriur and danger that the
Very thought of it fills her with aurelie:iou and horror. There is no
necessity for the reproduction of Hie to be either painful or dangerous.
The use of Mother's Friend so prepares the system forthe comingevent
that it 18 siiely panted without any
remedy always ap-
plied externally and
Las carried thousands
of women through the
trying cruis without suffering.
SmkI for fr U-'L fo-Uai're infifmiUoa 0t
firfiij4 luioll nj.c 'mil 1.1 .ill.!.
Tka Dr.sdfleld Hegulator Co. Atlanta Qt
f 4iJik Mitfyfn
COUNMIL OF JEWISH WOMEN
(My Associated PrefW.)
Norfolk. Va. Nov. 4. Office and
men hois of the executive Committee
of tlt National Council ot Jewish
Women assembled at the Jamestown
exposition today for their annual exe-
e'tive meeting the sessions of whicn
will continue through the greater part
of the ivk. Among those Who are
assigned to pmmin nt parts on 'the
programme are Mrs. Men den of Savan-
nah tin . Miss Carrie Wise of New
York .Mrs Mack of Fort Worth
Texas. Mis Enoch Raugh of Pitta-
b rg ami Mrt- Henry Solomon of
Chicago honorary piesldent of the
There Is no Reason
why vottr baby should he thin nnd
f i -t fill dining the night. Worms are
the a use of thin sickly babies. It
is nati'1'1 that a healthy baby should
be f::t and sleep Well. If your baby
does not retain Us food don't exper-
iment with colic cures and other me-
dicine but try a bottle of White's
Cream' Vermifuge and you will soon
we y-uir baby have color and laugh
as It should. Sold by-Qs R. RKNFRO
IVWitt's CUrbolixed Witch Hazel
Salve penetrates the pores thorough-
ly cleanses md is healing and sooth-
' lg. Hood for piles. Sold by C. R.
Great deal of dltferanuo between ot
meats and those imported. We do
our own killing. Fr&Kisr'e meat
School Shoes. Robinson's.
School Rooks I School Books! If
you want school books yon can get n
complete outfit with little trouble at
Gray's Drug Store.
CARNIVAL ON AT HOUSTON.
(By Associated Press.)
Houston. '." xas. Km. 4.- Houston V
minnal N' -1 i Oh emnival '""s ''fll-
linnily i-i' 'U In this morning -villi
iiic airii.il cit King Nottoc lollowe.l
eai iy in me nfteruoon by the opening
of the street fair in Fed'iul square
and the opening of tho fall meeting
ot th.- Iloiistiin Fall and Ruclng asso-
ciation. AlieaJy there Is a com.derable a'-
tendanc.f of isltois from over the
atate. Many open air attractions have
been provided and the native element
as well aa the visitors are prepared
to give themselves over to a week of
m rriment and festivity.
Some ol the special attractions will
In' a gorgous . arnlval parade of floats
au automobile parade floral parade
and carnival ball. In ad4lrlon to theso
carnival features the. aUracttons In-
clude the annual poultry- show and
programme of horse rtces. An Im-
mense attendance of vlaitors Is ex-
pected later in the week.
j Thre'4e Use
talking you can't beat Herhine for
tho liver . The greatest regulator
i ver offered to differing humanity.
.If vou suffer from liver complaint.
If you are bilious and fretful its your
'liver and Herhine will put It in its
pioper condition. A positive cure for
Constipation. Hillousncas Dyspepsia
and all Ilia due to a torpid liver. Try
a iMittle and you will never use any
thing else. Sold by C. R. RENFHO.
Ladies' Rubbers 50c. at Robinson's.
ROUtER POUO IN THE EAT
(By Associated Press.)
Boston. Mrimi. Nov 4. The Nation-
al Itrllei I'olo leage? opena its sea-
aop tonight undei most promlKlng
conditions there being evidence of a
marked revival of Interest Ui the
sport. St i our teams lmvt bfeu placed
in Waterbur Now Haven. Hrldgepoit.
New Krttai.i Hart foid Pawtncket
I'tovldence and Boston.
No wouuu't happi-
ness can be complete
without children; it
is tier nature to love
and want tiiem
to love thebcau-
danger. 1 ins great and wonderful
RAR1- TREAT FOR
WILL PRESENT EIGHT
NEW GRAND OPERAS
Successful European Singers
New to America Will
(By Associated Press.)
New York. Nov. 'Iv-Oscar Hammer-
stein will begin his second season of
grind opera at the Manhattan Opera
House tonight. Having gained con-
fidence from the success with which
he met last season. Mr. Ilanimerstelu
haa laid out his plans this year on a
scale that seems to warrant his as-
ertion that one of the most notable
seasons of grand opera ever known
is in store for New Yorkers. He will
present eight new grand operas never
before htard in this country; revive
seven favorites and prodik"e four of
the Wagnerian operas. In 'addition to
the regular repertoire. For the vari-
ous productions Mr. Ilammersteln has
re-engaged most of last yeai'a com-
pany and added a number of success-
ful European singers new to America.
PonchlelU's "Oloconda." with Its
gl ving stage pictures of Renaissance
Venice its elaborate ballet and IU
hr.lf dor en vocal stars will open the
Keap.on with all desirable brllllency.
Mme. Lillian Nordics last year at the
Metropolitan will male her debut nt
tne Manhattan tonight In this opera
and Mme. nervUle-Reache will mak-
her first appearance In America. Oie-
vanni Zenatello th-e Dew Italian tenor
and Abialimo Dldur the new Polish
bass will also make their debuts on
this occasion and Mrs Nncona Mme.
de Clswros and Messers. Venttirlni
and FoasetUi will also be in the ast.
Winter Summer. Fall or Spring
If ailing you may be.
You'll surely find a quick relief
In IIolllBtsr's Rock Mountain Tea.
C u. Renfro.
O TODAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. O
O i o
Suffolk. Va. Nov. 4 -The Peanut
Growers' association of the Virginia
and North Carolina belt which is
mi id to produce seven-eight lis of the
wnrld's crop held a lurgely attended
meeting hero today to discuss prl'c-
and otner matters relating to ih
New York Nov. 4. The Motorboai
Night School of the West Side Y. M
('. A. today opentd a complete boat
bJildJiig shop and engine laboratory
in Its building In West Fifty-seventh
street. The school is the first of Its
kind in the world.
Mojtclnlr. N. J. Nov 4 Tn New
Jersey society of the Uaugnteis of
the American Revolution held llsi
luiinial meeting lure to lay w'tli dde.
gates in attendance from tin- local
chanters tiiiouulumi the stati'. One
of the features ot the gatiiering was
a reception this atteruoou in honor
of Mrs. Ddiitlii Mclean president-
general ot tne mtional society
Richmond Va . Nov 4 Viigiuia
postmasters the ptesideutial .lass
h;un a two da s meeting In Rich-
mond today for the purpose of form-
ing a p'-rn alien: tatu organization.
Several high officials of rhe Postoffice
DepHi'tniem at Washington will he
Iicih tomoirow to address the meet-
Luwlxtu Uemocrat. (Iovtiioi- -ler I
Haskell begins splendidly. He allow-
ed wise judgment in the appointment
of Joel Sandliu. nt l.in-iln couiitv
for )i i ale secretar g.uj it. pays H
distini't and appi'i'cimed complUncut
to tlie Demoeratie Sljjte Press bv be
ing sMoin in by Senatoi l.'Sj. (i
Nlhlack. who is ptesideui of the In
niicmtlc State Press Association.
"Might Have Been."
A strung -r ac-osied ilie Cub f of
Police mi the stteets of Shawnee. Ok .
a few days ago and complained that
he had b-en robbed of a l.ug sum of
ifniicv and some valuable
LiiK-r in the day be reported
lltd Ik en ast.tilt''d hy a hot
and Dial he bad xtablied his uHsallant
to death and b foie another hour had
e)4psed lii- ret tri.i-d with the Informa-
tion tb.it u hid jii-i been waylaid 1 1
an alley by three Indian and rhat af
lei a i'-rlble struggle he had put
them all t flight An InvestUatio i
levealed the 'Set that thi re was not
th" ligi'tei t ii t ii in any of his stnri -
and the oolice co icluded tliat he was
insane Tuii' miuht havt teen sner--ly
a Wichita uewspapei cnireiioeder.r
K C Times.
tYolir liver is n sort of City. Beautiful Club'. '
It is a olpniisor. -
It clonuses our blood and through it your en-
But tho day comes everv onee in a iYvhilo that
your liver ilself needs a eleaiiser.
It is worked out.
(inii't do its work. 'AVts like a torpid snnlco or
W lieil that flaV Conies. tfV irivimr i;- n ilnoo nr ivrn
of that good old "reliable vi-cl.ible liver uiediine
WASHINGTON AS MASON.
(By Associated Cum- I
Fiedericksbuig. Va.. Nov 4. Ma
luinic Ixidg" No 4 ol Ibis ctly. appro-
priately observed today the 1 55tri an-
nlv.raary of Gen. Ueoigc Washlns-
ton's l.ilta.1"!! Into the oider. The Ini-
tiation tmik place November 4. 1S."i2
No unusi'al liplay was made at his
inlli. tlon. and the onl ri-lics of the
occasion handed down to the lodge
are the re ords the Ullile on which
he took the oath the certificate or
check for two pound and ihrev shill-
ings fee for Entrance and the punch
bowl which figured ao conspicuously
at the repast f ullowtng the degree
work The relics aw highly valued
by the lodge and only once have they
bevn permitted to leave its possession.
This was Ave years sgo when they
were taken to Philadelphia for a cele-
bration of the 160ih anniversary of
Washington's Initiation into Masonry.
Widely recommetHlfti for its cur-
ing qualities. Its reputation for su-
perior merit haa stood for thirty
years. Nothing so good for Indiges-
tion constipation rheumatism and
blood as Holllster's Rocky Mountain
Tea. :5 cents. Tea or Tablets.
C. R. Renfro.
CATTLE MOVEMENT NOT
TO BEGIN UNTIL DEC. 15.
Thomas Mortis secretary of the Ok-
lahoma Li. Stock Sanitary commis-
sion states that the open seaaon
for interstate movement of cattle does
not commence in Oklahoma until
December 1.V In former years It be-
gun on November 1. and some cattle-
men are still of the opinion that the
opening begun the first of the mouth
win '. buciuoyepiiegoux.v l
A Mcst Danqerous Diseas. Wtiich
Caaies Serious ReoUlts Unlees
c.n.iiih nt 'In 'tiiin.ieh is mi eiini-
l up .Hid - know ii i 'in nl i in' most
iibsini.iii d.oi'ase-.. vluch wlen ueg-
ei led ill llllpillpi i I. tll-atl'il Willi
cheap ILll'lll llledll'lh' lollies il'lIgH
pi'i: . anil olhei si ( '. t quack Hiuedies
resu't in a IuoIm-ii down institu-
tion and oltiii eoiuun o1 Ion and death.
Catarrh ol the Stomach like every
other disease of the stomach except
cancer is the result of poor IlKesttou.
The digestive oiksim have become
weak th"ie Is a l:u k of K.tslili Jul" '
oin food i- onlj liiili digested and as
ii result on become efTeiied with loss
of appeii'e lues. i and inline--;
after ea'lng beai ilium. VolllilillK
waterbrash. tendeiness at the pit of
stomach slimy tonuue bad taste In
tin- mouth constipatioii. pain in limbs
and flle leeplcsr ll s uatlbCH be'eh-
iue ol uas. diaiili'i.i sick headaches.
dizziness mi ntal d ph'hsIiiii. neivous
eaknes nuii main other s miitmus
If V..1H Oiiiuu Ii nilliK dltfest the
food vou eal. lbn 'be stomach needs
a rest as thai I- the only wa wm
can get rid of '' catairb. inn in
flu. meuiitime umi ii'l needs pleiit .
of noiiiishnieiit Iki i iM- jt'ii niusi ll.
and 111 order i ln u uiusl eat. and
If yon must tat. food must lie
nmiKM I V dteeBleil Mini if Otll ..IDIil.e b
Is too weak to do - work then ou
must get a siibsiiti.i'- that will do the
Stuart's llvsi.i iisu Tablets ;i i . . t b
only known stiiisi.'.i thai will diw i
your food as i is uhv iit-n 1 1 n
atiuuacb. They .hii.iiii vegeluble jtul
fruit tjasences ai-'-p'.'' pepsin i o
test) goldep utal .md diastase the
veiy elements ihi-i'mihi to di( t rt!1
Stuart's l)sap-M Tablets ate not
a secret r med md for th.it u-n
reason thousands it pIivmcijhs '!!
otr the Ihiti d si r. ii i niiin' ml
otr the I'niti d
d obe-f t ohe
- foi 1'iiidi i b of
rfl'-i'sU ot all klliO
h roubles Lipeit-
ments and tests. h.iw proven th.it one
tflaill of I lie iitle I MUl'Ipli. rout U) 111 1
HI these tablet. il'nesl ". ' .I.iltl
Stiuii is li -i . i Ta ill '.. ii . in
the toi in ol il'.i-.iiii la.i.uj; i ili'i I
or locenso- and ate sold In laige flfi-
cent boxes ui al dmi! stores
Soad ns linn i.ai'ii and nldress
and we will b'j r ou a free sampli
package The wii. t mhi will k ' f'v"i
thj truil pjfkafe .iione -will enninn-
otiof the in. 1 1 "I Si um I- IK -pip
nia Tab'ets Add..-- F A KtuaitCo
150 atugrt B'dg Marsaatl Mieb.
FOR CIVIL SERVICE REFT.M!.
(Ry Associated Press )
Muffnlo N Y Nov. 1 llepnilN ie
ci'lvi'd b the committee in chume of
the local arrn.'igementa tiolii) to a
lain and reoresentative attendauce
at thi twenty-seventh annual meeting
of the National Civil Service Reform
Lengiie The sessions are to begin
here Tuesday and' will continue over
Fridnv. Reforms in th(. consular nnd
Philippine offices will be one of the
principal topics for discussion.
There 1 nothing better for stnmsch
troubles- tjbati KODOL. which contaiu
the Mme Jul es found In a healthy
stomach. KOUOL is offered on a
guaranteed plan for the relief of
heir I burn. Uatuleuce. sour stomach
belching of gas nausea and all stom-
ach troubles. So at times when yrtit
don't feel jest rigfct when ytt re
drowsy after meals and your head
aches or when you have no ambition
and you are cross and Irritable take
a little KODOU It digests what yon
eat. It will make you healthy. Sold
by C. It. RBNFR0.
Yes you need a new Fall suit and
0. L "Brooks lias some of the swell est
patterns of tlio season.
Going o build? Ysis! Well you
will flad anything in building material
at the Arkansas Lumber Co.. even to
That norso- of yours now much
better he wilt look with a new dress
of harness. Sen Oalvert at 113 Wee:
My Calf shoes all srlld leather for
from$1.50 te $3.00 In Ladles' and $1.75
to $3.50 in Men's are biq values. See-
these before buying elsewhere at
THE UPWARD TURN IN THE TIDE.
The old current which bus stalled
fioirV Kuropo for the Called States
Hm upwind nioveiuetil in coppei
metal the steadiness of stiel and the
absence of all attempts to stajt inns
on the banks In any part of to coun-
tr tparks a decided Improvement in
business conditions since Monday
morning. Typ factors have played a
piomlneut pftrt In the renewal of busi-
ness agMeHpe. One of these was
the atfttsn 1fttbe banks requiring de-
pisltora to gtve tdlity or jlxty days'
notice jhecordlng to the sine of their
deposits or their withdrawal. Tin-
other was the issuing ol clearing
house ceitinratus Naturally both of
tin hc nines started lii New York.
Thev stalled thi ie license rjiat city
i the country's financial local point
and 'ilso the country's lluaiiclal storm
iintei Ttl.a l the point ivflfere the
scare originated Asid" fioSll New
York tlieie wei no tiaces of the finan-
cial distill bance lllivwhi'le tin the
couiitiv i'X epi 111 Plttsbili).- In Provi
deuce R I . .mil i oi lt othet
lilacs and in all ot tin m. Ilirltidln
New Yoi k tliei. has ii a Htrlkln
liliproveuient 111 the past IWO ol thiee
days In SI. Louis Chicago Sao Fian
cisco and other Western centetrs not
the slightest real fear has len felt at
anv tlnn filobe IU'liKMrat
Siiecial to Daily lcader.
Marlow I T.Nov. 4 Kdwlu Bwlth
of the lulled States Coasi and (Joede-
tic siirve) . at VVasblngion has i-strtb-lisbed
an as't'onomical ohaeivaUjiy on
a iimunuieiit thai wits erected hwre
i it;ht vears ago for the piiiMir- Of
tletet mining the lungitiidt; of u idiiiller
monuiiteut at Fond Criek. Oki.. and
another u Howie. Texas the object
hemic to ue a starling point fom
which to locate and establish the
nliiei y-elghtli meridian
The nriM-ess by which this Is done
I li.oiil on the diffeieuce ill til it
ill.- pa.-. s uie v( tttd Klaia over the
lield of a twlegupe utd in tbe wm k
Tlie nolnt where Uie longitude Is
known is coiineted by telegraph Willi
the nolnt to be determined and an
aim malic eleclilcrtl device With a
i hiiiiimiii let at inched reeoids the la-
iH. of the m'iUH obsei led The
eic. hai' tiUgtapliic comitiuuit a-
tioii hu1 adiust their instruments a'
the proper time the same rKrd be
tug made at both Itoiitts of obsei va
When he dlff'Meiice in lime of the
ir.uihtl of ceriaiu stars over thn two
i itioiiii is knoi the dftfeienci- in
;oiii;lnide i.- ascertained The menu
meat will ie permanent tan4narks.
or cleanser Thedford's Hlack
That will' roue it up and make
it do its work and as a result you
will feel brighter fresher and better
able to do jour own work for
several da.vs 1o come.
V i ili Null nil.
Wi ston. Tenn.4
fv 4 it and this is
soimuW nuii-Y ' navp
LbinKiion Tena. Drauuht and
am thing nni.lt Itctter for the
All druggists sell it in
MEET IN BOSTON
(Rv Associated Press.)
Mosioii Miis Nov I lusliui'lors I
and ai initiates of twent font colleges
i o-ediieatoniil. or toi women are
gathered In this clt to take part in
the twent fifth annual convent ton of j
the Association m t'olleKlaie Aluniune
The deleKHles number neailv I nno
and come Iron) alt parts of the conn-1
Dm lug the four dat Hint the tiiccl-
Inn will It in session piobleuis of col
bge llle and the needs of the pieacni
dav cIvHIxattiin will be dlsi its . .1 In
colhge presidents. piolesnis iml n
little uttetillou Will ItO Mlen lo I be
social ami economic piomiss m the
twent-lie vears that lme eiiucrr
slm-e the association was Inoimht nno
AtnutiK the speakers ate such well
known i dm ii toi'. as Preiidenl Caro
line Ha.aid ol Uellesle) college pies
Ideilt Lelliiinn UllL'gH r Radcilffe
college President William K Hunt-
Ingion pf Hoston I'nlversltv Presi-
dent (Ttarles Ii Van Hlse. of the Cnl
verslty'of WNeonln. and inan otheis
Always Was Sick
When a njui says he always was
lie I -troubled with a cough th.it
lastnl all winter -what would you
think if lie should say he neier was
nick since iitselng Mallard's Hon-
hound Syrup. Stub a man exists
Mi J. C. Clin k. Denier Coloriilo
wild's: "For eis I was troubled
with a severe coupli that would last
nil wittier. Tills iniigh let! tin ill a
u.'isi table condition 1 tried Ilil-
1' d's llorehoi'tid Sjinp and haie not
lind a sick dav since That's wliut it
did lot on-" Kohl In -C R. RHNFHO.
All stvles and leathers in .Men's
and Ladle' $3.00 shoes. The best
values for trie money at Robinson's.
Our stock of STOVKS Is now com-
jT.lete; we can : apply )ou with any
thing you want In the stove II ie
Dm Hrother. 117 West Hanison
Living ye!'.' Prepare to die. Not
pli.tisaut. but nice to think you'rr --
monibeietl. TombstonVs at IMwson D
POOR YOUTH WINS RICH BRIDE.
(By Associated Press.)
chiea;fo. 111.. Nov. 4. -A pretty in
maiic of the pisn young man. tin1
lieautlful heiress of paietital 'ibjeciloii
and Hiuil til.ini'di of Cupid on i all
dlffleultlfs. will have Its culminatloii
in St. Paul's tonight alien Henri A.
tlogatdua leads to the altar Ml.t
Mai Ion IjBveiy. after five jnus of
iuo.it ardent coin i snip.
The bride to be is pioijiuicni in
Chicago Kottet) and the duughiei of
wealtlli paiellts At the beginiiliu' ot
th. rotualice Cii M'rfib ago Mi Ho
Hindus w'n i liuiik clerk wiih u agin iv
rtCucl bilge nouuh foi I wit. TlU'le
w.i ii'i ut ii Ii Mill could be urgvd
at'.niisi ih.. miiiiik man eept Ms fat-
al i but i In-'- appe.iH'd in be an Insur-
iii" Mitaiile obstacle m thi eyes of the
sieiii iiauii' In the louiance.
lie louiig man suw ibai if be
in. lined in the bank and iiroKtess.il m
In i ate he was then ailvum ilig he
would be gray -ha I led before lie could
reach the Income that the ioiiiik
lath's lather was llkeli- to consid"!
sufficient Without hesit.itloii he
QmP& &&& ejy
Malaria is au alnmsphetic poiaon wliii U wc uuconMiotisly breathe in"
sjarysteni. Tliebbxsl m tUiousLint passant-tt nmgli the luiu'S absorbs tne
germs auiltliey destroy the iich. icl ri.rin - . d this it ii ilui.l and n. it. e
1 1 to such u wt-iik wat ryee t ..n lb.it it i u ilie to pion rly nourish tl.e
bsl in ami (li-ca.c ..i a i ' i M. 'I i '-ii I '. c s mpb-'iih . .t M lUru aui u
aspale s.illowci.inpl' i.on w titiliU ) r appi lite d '..uted digesliou.
and tiettiaps ilulK ..ml ! i . w that tlit tt.iul.'t i. aliccung iy uait oi
thr liorli-. Malail.i a'-o . tin ts lilt
re si unl nit i it a 1 m ; " !! ' .' n t I'"
conUiiiitidtni with the poison ibton
pains ami skin aflfci tion-i of v.iito is '.
iliscase if the poison is alloweil tn a un
titles. Malaria must be r niovcl li"tn
and for tins puijMise not Inn ti..n
into the liloxl and ill lie.) out i'. '. "n
n. nlli . ore . Milici S S '. n .'
fu -i !.. it with the In i'-Ii' ' :
l"r pi li ' H M HI' 1
m nth. red flui.l nourish inir the
ee in llllt ' li 1 sill
S. S S. is also the greatest oi ail tonic and build- iij. mil luvip orates the
cn'.nesvsteni whil-Multlin' t)icbl'.l ot the germs tt i.. iua. I'tiMua h
arc t ulleiiim ftoiu VI ilana will 1- pl ised wiib the jinjMi.t atut jjl.-iant ie-
suit pnxiin el by t'le 'i- of S S s and can take it -vmii .oniideoi e becau-d
it nun ab oiiulv sab- .ukI.. m lieiug free front lutm'ul nunei.ilsof any
km.!. lioiA ou "the biot ' autl anv ineilical advue .' n. 1 scat tree to all
who write. THE SWUT SPECIFIC CO. ATIAHTA 0A
vii Kiiilnt- c I .iTimr
has had experience with
what he says:
nsp" in qui or as i-siaeK-
i don t think there is
liver." Tit it.
'J;)e and $1. packages.
O A 25
thiew up 'uk position in the bank ami
accepted (iinep witrf a manufactir
mi' lonei'in t a siieiller s.il.iiv een
than he hud been nceivinnt; Rut ho
ftitliieil that the place ofleied mule
cbaiici' for adviinceiiieni. tnid subso
Uuent events st'iiwed that h. figuied
correctly for in four yea is lime ho
became manager of the concern.
The l.it bat he eiade good coupled
with the so ady devotion of th y'nuur
pair soon oMicame th pn eiiful ob
P ''Hoi The Wf'dlng Inkes place In
the .hutch where the iwo (lis befstim
icipiatnte I five yeais hro 'ien Mi
Hogitrdiis wn librarian in Hie ronicli
and Miss Lnerv a tenchci in one of
the Sllllilin mi hiKll clnsxeu.
Fortil'i and Increase the llfe-glv'tij;
piopi'itpv of l lie blood nnd . mi- vt I
force will be increased and niur sim
tcttl ptoteiled from disease That'-i
what Holllstet m Rocky Moiintilii T.'.i
dons :t"i tents Tea oi Tithl- H.
C P. lie n i ro
(By Aasoclated Prints)
Augusta tin. Nov. 4.- Kcliiuc in
nearly everv respect the exhibition of
lust year the second (leotgiatandlmt
fair opened here today 1o continue
throtigli the iest' of the week. The
liberal premiums have attracted from
all parts of tbii two states an unusual-
ly cIioIch an J elabotate display IIIuk-
tratlng their lesources wealth and in-
duatiies. While the industrial ex-
hibits ii.i'tinilly foi in the most tin
poitaut mii of the fair tlie itileri-iln
llii'l ii le.ilni''. have not be. n o r
looKeil In tin- management Race-
pi iiitei hint's and fie attractions o
inani kinds Iiav4- liein pi-nnPd 'i'"
dsi i iro.id of visltois w a large fei
an opi nliin iU and all iudieat'on
point lo mi immense at len.l.im Lit.
'i. the W..I
t i .Nol.'i Inn i as twell lis l out self.
You ui" d inn suffer from p.i'i . of miu
ot t linn lioiHes lid d nor suT'"-
Tn a bot ib of MhIIhiiI s Snow Lin
tneni 1 1 c ies all pains. .1 M. Ho-
in it- lt.il ei.-lleld. Mo. wiltus: f
have used your liniment fur ten
yeais and flint It to be the In st I h.ne
ever used f ir man or beast Sold bv --
v" H RKNFRO.
W: keep In stock the reliuble kind.
8tudebak"r vehicles outwear the or
dlnary kind. Harness repaired. A
full line of robes '.vhips etc. J. S
For high rlsioS groceries call Phom
ft.lG and .1 K Smith will see that V"i
haVu prompt attention. Satlsfvinii
servi'e Is a pleaauret.
The oldest sod beeL No substi-
tutes. Pure drugs. Our prescript Ion
department Is the best In city llen-
fro's Drug store.
Reliable H.llef for Kyes Tlt V. eif
''.. 51 n'm Kie lieineilv Soi ' e i.
Docitii't Smut. Is An live Ionic
lion itmi rt I. Owen b i' return
to hi liotei i i Mu-koi .. fiom :i
'I i in. .ill's i .-ii in 'be K.ist. H -
h- in i.hililoll las' uiik wle i
1 1". i i. .' itkiii w a it si jited i
I'n nil ii' Rons nli i' the Whii
lloilHi' Me wrjle- tll.H hi) will a
nnd the iiiaugni '' ' union lei. Ie
oil llix HlHteelllll
ailiron: sta of bilious-
the blood bccoiuee) full'
' I'lttrs boils acbts a;ni
-stilt (tuin tins insidio ie
lieiOl to -ufiu n at 1'iau-
Ih'oug'il tlie i Utillal . i
!tc.il r-.iucdv g -S ! rail
tin po.si.ii- and pri:: i-
ic Lusvl of the cuo. b it
a that insti ad of a weak.
nt ll.e s .teni. it bee un
Isxiv ami enabling it to te.iit dis aie.
svar -v JWU A-Z.m
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