The Okarche Times. (Okarche, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 39, Ed. 1 Friday, January 27, 1911 Page: 2 of 8
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neglected juhpj m[
very WEAK III KILL EDITOR
Dad Cough. Tried Many
* Remadiea. Restored
Mrs. A. S. Rucker.
Mrs. A. 8
Rucker, R. F, \
D. 2, Brent- !
"I wish to
tell yon what
P e r an a has
done for me.
I was very
tick and so
weak I could i
8 c a*r c ely be
• up. I wan
. alarmed at my
. “1 had a bad
sortie time and
I tried several
c 1 n e s, but
grew worse all
the time. I
knew If I did
not get relief
1 would soon
Ro I decided to
DAVID GRAHAM PHILLIPS IS SHOT
DOWN IN NEW YORK
IN SERIOUS CONDITION
Assailant, Who Is Believed to Have
Been Insane, Fired Six Shots
At Victim then Kills
go Into consumption,
try Perurta. I had confidence In It be- \
fore I took It and I found It was Just
the medicine I needed, for In a short
time my qough ceased and my strength
“I have enjoyed better health since
taking It than I had for several years
previous. !Wlnon I see1 any one weak
and run down, especially \Wth a cough,
I advise them to take Peruna."
Ask Your 1) uxx/st for n Free Peruna
Almanac for / >11.
WHERE GALLANTRY CEASES
One Thing That a Woman Has No
Right to Expect From
a Man. > I
1 *» I
”1 always believe,” ho gallantly
•aid, “Wi ylejdlng to the ladles.'*
"I suppose you always j;lve way to
your wife when you and she happen
to have an Argument?” f ,
"And you never fall to relinquish
your sent In the’ car wljep It happens
that ft'otne woYnan would to stand
unless yrttUflld so?” : r
Certainly.**'* """ *
”I)o you taRfc hTTyhiir hat when you
get Into Art ^levHtor wfcerd 'there are
ladiesr 1 ' T •*'v ‘
“I never falt to do that."
"If you had secured the last lower
berth In a sleeper would you giye U
up to a lady who Would otherwise•(
have to occupy an upper?”
“Of course. I have done It fro
“In case you stood In Ilntf in front
New York. David Graham Phillips,
| editor, publicist and novelist, was shot
| six times Monday as he approached
the Princeton club, by Fitzhugt Golds-
j borough, a Harvard man, who imme-
diately after committed suicide.
Phillips Is at Bellevue hospital in a
critical condition, but as relatives ex-
press it, with “a chance for life.” The
body of Goldsborough, whose career
at Harvard was brief, lies In the
morgue. Apparently insane, he had
a fancied grudge against the. airthor,
..nil sought His life. He was only III
years old; Phillips Is 43.
“There you go,” said the assailant,
ns he opt bed fire, “and here C go,” he
echoed, as he sent a bullet into ills own
brain. * He used an automatic pistol
I and ajl six shots aimed at Philipps
took A ffect. On • of them perforated
the abdomen; another* pierced the
right lung and came out at the back;
a third •shattered the left w rist and
a fourth* tliilled the right thigh. Two
of ;fh« in ‘dropped from the wounded
mania cletliin'g as he was being un-
El ret*syd "fiie le ital.
•TIim-*e 6f »!..•* bullets was so
erratic JFHTf.dheMo w as sue li doubt as
to whe^'^te wounds were points of
entrance ’awl which points exits,
surgE nns ' wfr-rE* unable to ascertain
whe ther he had been shot fEiur, five or
six times, but their best beliE*f MEmday
night was six. The most dangerous
wound Is thought to be that through
the lung. . • .
Septicaemia or pneumonia are the
tWE). sa$on<|ary E»flectH most ‘ feaYeEj.
The robust constitution of tjiejpatient
borer iitin through the loss of Tlb>od
and shock well, and his first rerpiest
to “his physic ians w as that no alarming
reports bev.given, out.
“My. motlior,” he said, “is an old
lady, .and the shock might kill lier.
I'm young and strong; 1 muy get well.
Make the best of it and I’ll try to
bear you oyl.”-
Tha six. sliots broke the quiet of
one of 111 * ■ moi t a rist ot rat ic n<
hood8 of old-fashioned New York. Tho
Princeton Ejlub, formerly the home of
| (tie iyto .Stanford White, fronts cm
(Trumfercy Pu/k, and at two o’clock E>f
a bright afternoon, Phillips, who lives
nearby at Hie National Arts edub, was
sauntering along the streets. A po-
lieoiruui stood not 100 yards away.
Two foot passengers had passed the
■ 0 W3?
v, "•=. ■*?’
Backache In moat cases Is kidney-
ache. and usually accompanied by ir- |
regularities of the urine. To remove I
the pain and weakness, you must cure
the kidneys. Do so j
with Doan's Kidney j
Pills. J. E. Dunlap, I
Kennet, Mo., says:
"My condition was |
terrible. I was In
bed (or six weeks i
and could not move
owing to intense pain
in mVT>ack. My feet
and ■finjhs were swollen and urine
srant and distressing. After taking
doctor’s .treatments without relief, I
began with TVnn'fl Kidney PUIs. They
straightened mo up In a hurry."
;. Remember tlve name—Doan’s.
For sale by all dealers. 60 cents a
box.” FosteV-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. V.
Back, Then, to the Farm.
Richard Croker, during his visit to
New York last month, discussed with
a reporter the high cost of living.
"The farmers are all right,” said
Mr. Croker. "It Is the people who In-
sist on living lu the towns who find
everything too dear. In the towns,
you see, the expenses are as bother*
some as the children.
"A little boy In a tiny flat looked up
from his drum one day and said:
“'Mother, Adam and Eve lived in
Paradise. What was it like there?"
“'Like what it is here,’ hlB mother
answered, 'when you eight children
p-o ai] at school."
.A MTUe 5 G 1/'.vVHOGSj
TO REDUCE EXPRESS RATES SHIP HORNET IS DETAINED
CANADIAN AND AMERICAN COM- SAI LO RS FROM GUN DO AT TACOMA '
PAN IE3 ANNOUNCE CUT | ON BOARD THE VESSEL
Charges Between Towns Where But Wireless Dispatch Received by Navy
To the brilliant Episcopal bishop of
Tennessee, Dr. Thomas F. Clailor, a
Memphis man of rather narrow views
complained about charity balls.
"I doubt If It be quite reverent,
bishop,” the man said, "to give a hall
for the purposes of charity."
But Bishop Bailor, with a caving
burst of common sense, laughed and
Why, my dear fellow. I’m sure, If
It would do anybody any good, I’d
Jance the whole length of Memphis In
J full canonicals.”
“D, e<s it cost much to clothe ft
family?” asked the economical man.
."Not mine,' replied Mr. Slrlu*
Barker. My only daughter is a bare-
foot dancer and my only sdh is •
Avoiding the Executioner.
"Why does a hen cross the road?"
"So as to avoid getting into thft
One Company is Represented
Will Be Considerably
Department from Commander
Cooper of United States
Navy Confirms Report
New York.—Oiliccrs of Canadian and Washington.—The report that the
American express companies, in con- Hornet, General Bonilla's revolutionary
lerence here Friday, announced a re- gunboat which has been promoting his
duct ion in through rates soon'to take cause along the coast of Honduras, has
effect between II >1 thft Unlti 1 " .......ded by a fofee from the
States and many ot Canada. American gunboat Tacoma, was con-
All the important express conn t “rn.....
were represented. Including the Adams.. ,b.y tbe “fy department Sunday from
Canadian. American. National, South-1 ot tUe L,lUe"
ern, Northern, Western, Pacific, United
States and Wells-Fargo and the New - .
. . . round uccc; sary to place a tor* •.* on
lork and Poston Despatch. . \ ' ..
• hoard in order to detain the Hornet,
In explaining the new schedule the and added that details would be re-
companies instance the present rate ported later. The state department is
between Plainfield, N. J., aud Poston, j anxiously awaiting continuation in cir-
which,#under the new rule, will be .>;> der to determine its future course.
States ship Marietta.
The dispatch merely said it had been
of n ticket winElow, would you be , , , ... ...
.... . » i . si . ‘ lub as Phillips was seen approaching
willing to go away back to the end .
«o that some woman might have your ' . .
• I Nobody saw anything to attract at
p ,1C, . . . ..a , • _ tention in the well dressed Cioldsbor-
“Say. what do you think I am—a , , .
. ougli, who was walking in the oppo-
00 _ .Eite direction from Phillips. There
I was no argument ns they met, no quar-
rel, no opportunity for self-defense.
cents, a saving to the shipper of
The announcement made at the
close of the conference foljows:
“A decision was reached by the prin-
cipal cypress companies which is of
far reaching importance. Instead of
two companies which muy handle an
express package, making a separate*^10 Tacoma in boarding the Hornet
charge on each line, the charge will
be the same as if one company had
carried the package from shipping telling blow,
point to destination.
Art in the Nude.
The photographer’^ lady was very
preoccupied showing some samples of
work to prospective sitters, when a
:al! and raw-boned individual, appar-
ently from “the land,” stalked solemn-
ly into the studio, and intimated ihat
he would like to know what the “pic-
ters” were worth.
"Like that, $3 a dozen,” said the
photographer’s lady, handing him one.
Tbe farmer gazed*lf'rtg anti earnest-
ly at the photograph of A Very^rftall
oaby sitring in a* waft linkin'.
“And what would it rn>t "with iny
clothes on?” he finally askeff. N r
“For over nine years I Buffered with chronli
constipation and during this time I had to take
an injection of warm water once every 34 hours
before I could have nn action on my bowel*.
Happily I tried Cascarets, and today I am a well
man. During the nine years before I used
Cascirets I suffered untold misery with internal
piles. Thanks to you. I am free from all that
this morning. You can use this In behalf of
suffering humanity. li. F. Fisher, Roauokc, III,
Pleasant, Palatable. Potent, Taste Good.
I)o (iopd. Never Slckon,Weaken or Gripe.
. 10c. 25c. 50c. Never sold in bulk. The gen-
uine tablet stamped C C C. Guaranteed to
cure or your mouey back. yjQ
, Father's JVoca-l T^Pent.
Eddie's Aunt Kfnmrr,'who'had*r<beon
'.raveling in-^Strrope» was expected to
roach the. honed at mitlrHnhL ami Thi-
ll© begged to be allowed 10'stay up to
5reet her- But his mother refused to
^ive cptisEint.. ”*No/’ derid-*
?dly, "It would he fiv« Jong. afO
*r your- bedtime,.raild..*oqm* couldn’t
possibly, stay ,awake aa(-loo«, as that.”
"Oh, vcs,. I can,” Fdijie.wailed; “I
:an If papa will sjpg to ire”
Constipation causes' ant! so^iAuslv npgra-
•att*H ina'ny flisefisE's. It‘ift fiVoroiiL'lilv curc-1
Cade Appointment Meets With Favor
Oklahoma City.—The appointment
of W. S. (’ado of Shawnee as United
State* marshal, aniiEJunced Saturday
afternoon, meets the hearty approval
of the people of Oklahoma City and
the state generally. «
The attorney general Is investigating
whether the Hornet has violated tho
neutrality of the United States, and
pending the result the state depart-
ment announced that the vessel Mould
not be permitted to commit any actual
hostile a< j, against Honduras.
The action of Commander Davis* of
is assumed here, was based upon an in-
tention of the revolutionists to strike a vat<»« nwfny• di^eAst'^. it i* fi»o*ponu'lily cured
telling blow. The naval ofll. era in ’ gra^uW “? ”t;ar-,-'a4te'1
Honduran waters were given consider- « •-!—-— --———
able latitude in carrying E>ut tli^lt* in-j True charity will seek to purify the
struetions to*prevent an assault by the | well and not rest content with paint-
Hofnet. • lng the pump.
The Hornet sailed from New Orleans I -----
ostensibly for Cape Gracias on'tho f'l cfRE a rnit) in one day
norlheastern coast of Nicaragua. It ; t.‘H5'S,Si».T,,tlTi.
has nE)t. been established where the ^Eigmuureino11 eacbbu*. '&*-
vessel reEcived her guns. After Clen-
|eral Bonilla captured Ruatan Island, off
the coast of Honduras, he appointed of-
ADVICE TO THE AGtD
Aee brings Infirmities, such as alugg’ah
bowels, weak kiJneys unJ torpid liver.
b. &l v n y fiiui H \
I money if it
s ugnuiuro 13 on t arh bux.
Mr. Cade received the announce-
ment of his appointment Saturday al- ficials for the government of the island.
Then, it is said, the Hornet wtfs
Some turn their backs on ordinary
principles to gaze at heavenly pros
pects. * »
Margery was playing school with
her dolls. Tho class in physiology
“Now, children,” she said, "what are
four hands fqr?”
To keep clean,” was the prompt
"Yes,” repeated the little teacher,
“hands were given us so we could
keep them clean, and ’member, too.”
• lie added, *'w« must keep our feet
clean, ’cause tlmre might be an acci-
“1 hate to see a little country buy
lng Its first battleship.’*
“Reminds me of a boy taking his
The shiny barrel of the pistol glinted
In the* sunshine, a thin haze of pow der
spat from the muzzle ami the reports
of shots punctuated the air with great
1 > * | lips* staggered but did not fall
He lurched against the Iron railing
thnt surrounds the club bouse yanls,
with one hand to his body and the
other grasping for support.
Troops Cut to Pieces
El Paso, Texas. Arrivals from
Mexico report that the federal
tmops under Colonel Rabago, that left
Casas Grandes early last week have
been cut te> pieces by insurrectos in
a two-days battle between Galunea
and Kt Valle. *
"It came as a complete surprise to
me,” Bald Mr. Cade. “I was not look-
ing for it. I have only received a
brief telegram.to the effect that I have
Mr. Cade has bf^n a residEmt of
Oklahoma for eight years, and has
lived that time at Shawnee. He is
now' postmaster of that city.
Ono of the worst things under th#
•ufl Is a plwiEly reputation
CHEATED TfOFt YEARS.
Prejudice Will CJipat Us Often If Wc
Tou will be astonished to find how
lArgely you are Influenced in every
way by unreasoning prejudice. In
many rases you will also find that the
prejudice has swindled you, or rather,
made you swindle yourself. A cus«
“I have been a constant U8E»r of
Grape-Nuts for nearly throe years,”
•ays a correspondent, “and I am hap- nate.
Cade Will Have Hard Struggle
Washington, D. (’. W. S. Cade, the
newly appointed marshal fE»r western
Jklahoma, promises to have a fight
in liis hands If he wants to bo con
firnmEl by tho senate. Representative
B. S. McGuire Is the shadow that Is
plaguing Cade, and, at tlm Pawnee
nun’s Instatu'e, President Tuft Mon-
jay sent word to the senate not to
lake action In the matter for tin*
present. Mr. McGuire seems to think
hat a compromise can be entered
«nto satisfactory to nil factions. He
kE> informed the president Monday.
Hence tin* president’s request of the
Representative Morgan, who
May Succeed Norton.
New Ye rk.—There were rumors In
the financial district here today that
Charles I). Norton might be considered
ns a possible successor to President
Paul Morton of the Equitable Life As-
surance Society. Confirmation was
lacking, however, and there seemed to
be little basis for the report other than
the faE't that# Mr. Norton was luonfln-
ent in lifo Insurance circles before be-
coming President Taft’s secretary.
Andy Seeks to Locate Stars
tional $10,000,000 to the Carnegi(> Insti-
| lute of Research by Andrew Carnegie,
! the founder, was announced today.
Coupled with the fEirmal announce-
ment was a declaration by Mr. Carne-
gie that the work of the institution
j had cleared from blame the captain of
) a British ship who ran his vessel on
j the rocks, by proving that the British
admiralty. E-hart by which the captain
| was guided was two E>r three degrees
transferred from her owners to, the
revolutionists for a consideration of
one dollar and a mortgage on the ves-
sel. The Hornet was immediately
transferred from American to Hondu-
ran registry and raised the Honduran
flag, but the Honduran papers were
issued by tho Bonilla appointees. The
validity of these papers is one of the
questions that are now being looked
] them as irregular.
.AM. I P-TO-I1ATF. IIOr*EKF.r.lM:ilS
Use Red Crews Ball Bide. It make* clothes
dean and sweet as when new. All grocers.
Hiding a tallow' dip under a bushel
does not make it nn arc light.
py to say that 1 am well pleased with
the result of the experiment, for such
It has been.
“Seeing your advertisement In ’a!
most all of the periodicals, for ft long
time 1 looked upon It as a hoax. But I
after years of suffering with gaseous i
• nd bitter eructations from my stEiin- |
acb, together with more or loss loss
of appetite ami flesh, I concluded to
try Grape Nuts food for ft little time
and note tb« r*
"I found it dellcloui, and It waa not torporatlon at Snyder. Gkla.
tas stood by Cade thmugh the fight,
will see t he* president Tuesday to
ulk over the situation.
Damage Suit Filed
Chlck&Bha, Okla.—I). A. Roberts
’lied suit In the district court against
lu* Chickasha Cotton Oil company for
jamages to the amount of $10,000 for
personal damages which he alleges to
long till I began to expE*rlence the
boneflrlal effects. My stomach re-
sumed Its normal state, the eructa-
tlone and bitterness ceased and 1 have
gained all my lost weight bark.
“I sin so well satisfied with the
result that so long ns I mny live and
retain rny reason Grapo-Nuts shall
constitute quite a portinu of my daily
Rend “The RE>ad to Wellvllle," In
pkgs. “There’s a Reason.”
Kvi*r rend the nliovr letterf A new
•nr appeiarn from time to time. ii«« *
are acmulue, true, uud full of huuiu*
Boundary Fuss to Be Settled
Washing! >n. Secretary Ballinger,
if the interior department, lias recoin-
mended to congress legislation pro-
vldltig f»»r tl - ai ; til* <*t a ce
mission to fix Hie* boundary lint* hu
tween Texas and Hu* Chi* kashaw Na
tion. lie would have a commission ap-
pointed for this purpose, one each by
the gEivernors of Texas ami OkluhEumi
and Etna by tin* pri'shi* nt. lu the opin
ion of the secretary, thin Rglslation is
essential to winding up the uffairs of
the five tribEs
1 Dates Fixed for Bankers’ Meeting
Enid, Okla.—The annual group
meetings of the Oklahoma state banks
have been announced by Secretary
Harrison of the.State Bankers’ asso-
ciation a8 follows: Group 1. February
22. Chickasha; group 2, February 21,
El Reno; group 3, February 20, Guth-
rie; group 4, February 21, Claremore.
Parmalee Makes New Record
San Francisco, Cal.—The San Fran-
cisco aviation meet produced a new
American endurance record Sunday
when Phillip O. Parmalee, piloting a
Wright biplane, remained aloft for
three hours, 29 minutes and 4 0 1
The best previous endurance per- ;
formance was that Eif A. Welsh of St.
Louis, who established a record of i
throe hours, 11 minutes and 55 seconds .
A crowd of more than 25,000 persons
cheered the birdman as ho circled !
above them and when he finally des-
cended he was given a rousing ovation I
Several enthusiasts, among them Eu-
gene B. Ely, hoisted I’armubm on thoi 1
shoulders and curried him in triumph
to a stand in the middle of Self ridge 1
field,0 where General Tasker H. Bliss,
other army officers, and a host of la- I
dies crowded uIm^i the aviator to con |
“1 could have remained up longer,”
said Parmalee,” but my seat grew so
hanl and my hamis and feet so numbed
a*small fire In another section of .the. with tin* cold that I ci<»ET«l«»Ei tE> come
town. BefE>r»* apparatus arrived the down after clinching the American
fire had gained serious headway. record.’ 0
Have u specific effect on these organ
BtimutMtinii the bowels, gi\es nut oral actio
and imparts vigor to the whole sy tsem.
Wa t» 11 you how; and 1
I B»y *,••» niftrktt prlc«i.
Writ* for rcfertacfti and
wft«kly price Hi*.
M. SA3EL & SONS,
Ull ISVIMJt, fcT.
I>«*ftler» In Fiirft, IEhEm,
<J\VAiYfp_ Is not recomnit nded fnr
everything; but If you
ROOT have kidney, liver or
bladder trouble it will
found Just the remedy you need. At drug-
gists In fifty cent and dollar sizes. You
I I |p
ful now discovery by mall free, alsE>
pamphlet telling all about It.
I Address, Dr. Kilmer A Co., Hingbamton, N. Y.
# One Dies Under Falling Walls
Clarksburg, W. Va. One person ia
believed to have met death under
falling walls ami a financial loss of
$300,000, caused in n fire which de-
stroyed the Traders' Hotel block, and
the Grand Opera hEius** here, Friday
The fire started In a servant’s mom
of the Traders’ Hotel, and spread
l rapidly. When the blaze was eIIscov-
ered thd tire department was fighting
“ I have been a suf-
ferer from rheumatism
for about two years, and
have used many lini-
ments and patent medi-
cines which gave me no
relief. A lady friend of
mine told me she had
used your Liniment and
found relief at once. I
got two bottles and they Cufied me. I think it is the best l iniment a person
can ha\'C in the house. I shall always keep a bottle in my house as long as I
can get it.”—Mrs. E. R. Wallace, Morrisons, Va.
Mrs. James McGfaw, of’12i6 Mandeville St., New Orleans, La , writes 5—
*• I take pleasure in writing to you that I had a pain in my ajm for five >ean*
and 1 used
Tennessee Row is Interesting
Nashville. Tcnti.- Thc tenth ballot
ftir United States senator, taken In the
legislature Friday has left political
I leaders more at sea probably than they
have been sint'o the assembly con-
vened. McMIllln could get no more
than fifty six votes, although yesterday
he received slxty-tWE>, and the p«»l 1 of
Knloe tin' same as yesterday. K. P.
MeKellnr E>f Memphis, who announced
his candidacy, received eight votes.
More new names are expected on the
ballot to be taken Monday.
Wireless Flash from Aeroplane
San Francisco, Jan. 21. Lieutenant
W, Heck, E)f the United States signal
service, demonstrated Saturday to the
army’s saflsfaE*tlon the practicability
of BE*nding wireless messages front a
scouting aeroplane te> field headquar-
ters. Flying with Philip Parnmlee in
a Wright biplane equipped with a
wireless sending instrument ami with
| a wire antennae a hundred f«*t long
training from tlm car, Lieutenant Bock
transmittc«l half u dozen ntE*ssui;es to
the* wireless station on the* aviutlon
for one week and was completely cured. I recommend your Liniment vwy
Sloan’s Liniment instantly relieves
stiffness of the Joints, Sore Throat,
Hoarseness, Sprains, Neuralgia,
Sciatica and Lumbago. Better
and cheaper than porous plasters.
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Sloan'i TrMtli* on tb* Itor** »**nt Fr*#. Adiirm
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