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U Peruna a Laxativo?
I am In t
colpt of ft letter 1
ic who Is at tbe
head ot a pros
liaB been used
In his family
for a good
ninny years. He
writes as fol
lows: "As you know,
wo have used
Peruna in our
home for a num
ber of years.
V1 An,! U n .
S.B.Hartsaan,M.D. ,inb,e nouBehold
nedlclno In catarrhal conditions,
coughs, colds and grip, and many oth
er ailments to which the family Is
subject. Hut Blnro the change In tho
formula of Peruna I do not find It
quite as useful to myself. My bowels
re naturally very active. I cannot
take a cathartic of any sort. It does
Be Injury to do so. Tho old Peruna
contained no cathartic Ingredient
and was therefore a very useful medi
cine to mo. Hut I notice that the
new Peruna hna a slight laxative ac
tion, which nlmoBt make.) It pro
hibitory for mo to use. I was won
dering If there was not some way In
which I could obtain tho old Peruna
fts you used to make it."
To thlH letter I mado tho following
reply: "Yes, tho now Peruna does
contain n Inxntlvo element. You
should therefore tnlte tho old Poruna
(Katarno) which has no laxative
nuallty While prescribing the old
Peruna I found It quite necessary fre
quently to prescribe tho laxative Man
alln In connection with It. Therefore
Mannlln was combined with Peruna,
In order to meet those cosca that re
quire a laxative. Hut In caso no
laxative Is required the objection to
tho new Peruna you speak of arises.
Many of the people who used to tako
the old Peruna found difficulty In tak
ing tho new Poruna. To meet those
cases I am having manufactured the
old Peruna under the namo of Kntar
no. and If you nro anxious to get tho
old Peruna exactly as It used to be
made you can do so."
Pe-m-nn, Mann-lln and Ln-cu-pla
manufactured by the Pc-ru-na com
pany, Columbus, Ohio. Sold at all
SPECIAL NOTICEi Jinny Hrnonn Inquire
for The Olil-time Frrunn. They wnnt the
Peruna thnt their Fattier a and Mother used
to take. The old Peruna In now called Ka
tarno. It your druggist or dealer dope not
keep It for Mile write the Katarno Companr,
Colnmbui, Ohio, and they will tell you all
"Poor Dickey has nervous prostra
tion." "What caused It?"
"He designed, nit the "menu cards
for his cousln'B pink tea."
A srent majority of summer ills -irfa
due to Mnlnrist in suppressed form. Las
situde nntl licndiiclici me but two symp
tom. OXIDIN" ernilicntes the Malaria
germ and tunes up the entire system. Adv.
"Ought these two articles to go un
der the same heading?"
"No; they nro not on the samo footing."
TO DHIVK OCT MA T.Alt I A
AN HIIILU I'l' T1IK SYSTEM
Take the Old MUndurd (I11UVK8 TArtTKI.KSii
CHILI, TONIC. Vnu know what yuu nro taklifff.
The formula Is plainly printed tin nrrry bottle,
allowing It laslmplr Qulninn nnd Iron In 11 tatele
form, and tho most etfertuul furm. l-ur tf.'-jwn
people and children. W cents. AUr.
"Why do epitaphs always begin,
'Here lies?' "
"Hecauso tho majority of them do."
As a tiitnincr tonic there i no medicine
thnt quite compaiei" w itli OXTDIXK. It not
cnlv builds tip Hip system, hut tnken reR
ulnrlv, prevents Mnlnrh. Hccnlnr or Tnatc
ltss formula at Dt insists. Adv.
Any candidate can jot tliu woman
vote by running on a platform de
manding less courting nntl more marrying.
FOLEY KIDNEY PILLS
Are Richest In Curative Qualities
PON BACKAOHE, RHEUMATISM,
KIDNEYS AND BLADDER
Here's Your Chance
To Own a Cattle
Ranch or Stock Farm
It is the basil for the most independent
existence of the times. Cuttle nro high,
grass is scarce ami cannot bo tensed for
any length of time. The Spur Kanch
(Texas) is a famous old-tlmo r.mch now
being cut up. and from it you can got one
section or fifty, with nny tfcsirctl combina
tion of splendid farming l.ind for raising
winter feed. Prices low terms easv.
Secure your ranch trnct before it is
loo late. Many selections in many sizes.
WejUsooffur straight farming lands. Write
Ckis. A. Jones, Manager fer
S. N. Swciison It Sens, Spur, Tex.
iSestCMtklrro. ThusQvoiI. Use
la Urn,. SoM W Prasiiitt.
W. N. V., Oklahsnia City, No. 47-1111
ANOTHER CHAPTER IN THE CON-
TROVERSY IN THE b6aRD
MISS BRTLEE HOLDS PLACE
Employes Dismissed and WarranU
Approved Behind closed Doors.
Probe by College Com
With the plain Intention of prevent
Ing trouble between Otto O. Drylee
and tho Brewer and Elliott faction ot
the state board of agriculture, the
board held the fifth and concluding
session of & strenuous threo-day meet
ing behind closed doors, and disposed
finally of the affulrs that have kept
tho members on tho qui vlve ever
since the untl-Urewer nnd Elliott moot
ing here tho middlo of October.
Tho six-member brigade carried the
day In tho executive session; decap
itated six or seven Important depart
mental employes; accepted the resig
nation of J. W. L. Corley, member
from Lo Flore county, and forced tho
approval of Miss Dora Hryleo's salary
warrants up to the present time at
least. The Urylne matter did not end,
howover. Matters derogatory to Miss
Bryleo and In defense of O. A. Brewer
were presented to tho president of tho
board, U. T. Bryan, and by him turned
over unread to the five members of
tho college commltteo, nnd tho latter
ordered to Invstignto and report back
at the earliest possible date. The In
structions to the college committed
cover not only an investigation of
Miss Brylee's charges against Brewer
but of Brewer's charges against Miss
Drylee also. In tho meantime Miss
Brylee Ib to hold her place in tbe War
The departmental heads that were
dismissed are as follows: A. F. Howe,
state dairy commissioner; It. D. Me
Manus, Htnto dairy commissioner; O.
Q. Harper and D. S. Woodson, inspec
tors In the farm demonstration divi
sion, and C. V. Faulkner, superinten
dent of the Warner s"hool.
J. S. Essllngor was made head of
the farm demonstration department
vlco Mario Woodson, promoted to tin
superlntendency ot the Helena school.
H. L. Jackson was given Faulkner's
place ns tho head of the Warner
school. Dr. Emery ot tho state board
of health took Howe's place as state
The college committee, which con
sists of members Hnymes, Hinds,
Grlffln, Vincent und Wilson, left for
Stillwater to begin tholr work, which
is to Investigate the books and records
of tho department and the A. nnd M
college and to sift tho Brylee matter
to the bottom. When they hava made
a finding, they will report to President
Bryan, and he will at once call another
session of the board.
It Is not known when this meeting
will bo called, as tho commltteo cannot
tell how long their investigation will
Cotity Electa Board Niaed
Forty-four mon from counties in the
eastern part of the statu were named
by Governor Cruco to act as election
Inspectors In tho county scat election
In Creek county November 20, when
Sapulpa and Brlstow will go to tho
polls for the second time to settlo
their rivalry. The first election was de
clared void by the Buprcnio court.
Tho Inspectors named aro as fol
lows: A. V. Skulton, B. F. Harmon,
O. C. Gaston, R. A. Ityol, W. M. Davis,
3, R. Autrey, H. H. Moslor, T. H.
Bridges, E. J. Taylor and J. E. Dbd
son, all of Okcmah, Okfuskee county.
R. A. Hobs, E. L. Unrrls, Roy M.
Franks, W. J. Castlo, James It. Thomp
son, J. S. Hlckey Jr., 11. E. Cunning
ham, Lytlo Johnson, W. B. Skccn,
Whentnn Johnson, N. V. Leonard, Oub
Peterson, E. E. Grinn, H. E. Thomp
son, R. E. McGuiro, J. J- Bradley, T.
M. Bradford, Frank Shoyor, . L.
Evans, A. L. Snyder, B. V. Leonard,
L. B. Fenton, W. II. Harris, nil of
Wagoner county; nnd A. P. Brown,
Conney Murphy Jr., of Coweta, Wag
J. F. Buchannon, J. M. McGcc, F. M.
Porter, H. A. Roxford, Jim Pcferkiler
of Pawneo, Pawnee county, and B. L.
Wlotlz and A. C. Rushing of Cleveland,
DON'T SUIT TURKS
EVACUATION OF THREE STRONG-
HOLDS PART OF THE
CHOLERA EPIDEMIC FEARED
Rumor Places Victorious Allies With
in Twenty-one Miles of Con
Loses Very Heavy.
Train Success Assured.
The success of the Oklahoma inau
gural train Is assured beyond all ex
pectations. Secretary 3. B. Howard
of the state board of affairs, who has
l; en making a tour of tho stnto Initl
lutlonu, nays that everywhere ho went
ho found number.: anxious to mako up
the party of Oklahoma boosters nnd
was often asked as to reservations.
Electric Company Appeals.
Tho Muskogeo electric light Imbrog
lio reached tho supreme court In nu
Appeal from an Injunction Issued from
tho district court against the proposed
franchtso ot the Muskogeo Otis and
Boardman. Moves to Oklahoma City.
United ' StnteB District Attorney
Homer N. Boardman has moved bis
office ft out Guthrie, where It has been
located since Oklahoma territory wns
established, Into tho new federal
building In this city. Judgo Bonrd
man has also moved his family hero
where he will reside permanently,
In addition to Mr. Boardman and
his own family, tho transfer will bring
to this city Isaac D. Taylor, W. B.
Herod and Georgo F, Zimmerman, the
three assistants; Miss Clara S. Fns
kon, chief clerk; MIsb Josephine
Pratt, assistant clerk, and Russell
Secretary of State, Ben F. HarrUon
has granted th efollowlug char
ters: Retail Merchants' Association of
Oklahoma Cltyi cnpjtal. norm; Incor
porators, T. E. Harbour, Muskogeo; J
M. Phillips and E. I. Leach, Okjnhoinu
Cltyi H. W. Archor, Purcell; and Hol
ds Banks, McAlester. Morris Mcrcan
ttte Company of Boggy; capital,
12,000; Incorporators, John T. logan,
Kansas City; J. L. and Ada Morris of
Bagging and Tie Rates Takctr-Up.
A hearing In couuectlou with tho
camplulnt filed nearly a year ago by
the Oklnhomu corporation commission
against railroad rutes on bagging and
Hub from tho ppints of Galveston,
New Orleans and St. Louis wns con
ducted In tho Chamber of Commerco
assembly hall. Tho commission was
represented by Commissioner G. A.
Henshaw and Rnto Expert C. B. Bee,
the principal witness of the day bo
ing J. M. Aydelotte, who is traffic
manager of tho Cotton Seed Crushers'
association. His testimony was added
lo by Messrs. Bee and Miller beforo
being forwarded to tho Intcrstato com
merce commission In Washington, a
decision being anticipated within sixty
Examiner Settle of tho interstate
commerce commission wnB in charge
nnd C. B. Bee served In a legal ca
pacity for the complainant. Roprc
Hentntlves from four local rea II roads
were In attendance nnd W. V. Hnrdlo
was prcsnt In behalf of tho Oklahoma
Traffic association and F. B. Miller for
tbe State Millers' association.
Banks Have Plenty of Money.
A gooa line upon tho financial,
condition of tho stnto may bo obtained
from tho offlco of State Treasurer
Dunlop, through tho requests of banks
for deposits of state funds. When thero
are many applications on hand for the
treasury deposits, then It rather Indi
cates, saB Treasurer Dunlop, thnt the
banks nro wanting cash, nnd that
consequently money is tight.
When the applications for deposits
nro scarce, then the Indication is that
tho banks have plenty of money on
hnnd, nnd nB a collateral proposition,
that loans nro being paid off and In
debtedness generally reduced.
This Ib tho condition nt the present
time snya tho Btato treasurer. Thero
has nover been a time In tho history of
tho stnto trensury when banks woro
less eager for Btnte deposits than now;
tho falling off of the demand In a
month has been 75 per cent. This Indi
cates prosperous locnl conditions, nnd
lots of money coming Into tho state.
Westfall Receives Pardon.
F. B.'WcstfuIl Sapulpa bankorr, serv
ing a year and a day sentence In
Hie penitentiary nt McAlester for mak
ing n false bank report nB to tho con
dition of tho Creek Bank and Trust
company of 8nptllm, will bo released
November 2 J on nn expiration par
don which was signed by Governor
Cnico. Tho falluro of tho Creole Bank
rnd Trust company occurred nbout
two years ago, and the conviction of
Its president is one of tho few enses
when n bank official wont to tho peni
Bond Issue Declared Legal.
By a vote of three to two the Special
Bupiemo court, appointed by Governor
Leo Cruce, decided that the state of
Oklahoma could legaly lssuo bonds to
tho amount of two and h liulf mil
lion dollars for tho purposo of taking
up wnrrantB which wore legally Issued,
reversing Judgo W. It. Taylor of tho
district court of Oklahoma county,
who held thnt tho bonds could not bo
When tho mntter was appealed to
the supremo court It was discovered
thnt Chief JubMcc Turner und Justices
Williams, Hayes nnd Kano held some
o' the warrants sought to bo funded,
nnd they accordingly dlBqunlllltd
themselves. Governor Cruco then ap
pointed Supreme Court Commissioners
M. E. Rossor, J. B. Harrison and P. I).
Brower and Judgo J. D. Carmlchaol of
Culckasha to sit with Justice Jesse
Dunn aB a special supreme court. Tho
opinion was written by Judgo Brewer,
Justices Dunn and Rogers concurring,
while Justices Curmlchael nnd Har
The warrants In question are held
by t large number of people.
London. Turkey has now formally
appealed to Bulgaria for peace, thus
forestalling the tardy action of the
KuropeiiL' court townrd meditation.
No nrmsticu hnB yet been concluded;
difficulties have arisen nbout tho
turms. It Ih said that Bulgaria de
mnnds the evacuation of Adrlnnoplc,
Scutari nnd Monnstlr ns a condition
of ngreelng to an armstlce Negotia
tions, however, continue.
The cotiborshlp Is ngnln exceeding
ly severe nnd It If difficult to nrrlvo
nt any correct idea of tho mllltnry
position. Tho fall of Adrlnnoplc Is
tumored from both Servian and Turk
ish sources, but this Is still un
Another report says tho Bulgarians
have occupied llntlemknul, twenty
one miles from Constantinople. If
this Is true it Is a very important
capture, as that town Is Nnzlm Pns
ha's staff ftend-quartors.
With regnrd to other points, nn Im
provement in tho weather Iiiib per
mittcd tho resumption of the Montono
grin attacks ngninst the Turkish posi
tions around Scutari with some suc
cess. A battle Is imminent nt Monns
tlr, whore tho gnrrlson hits endeavored
to make terms for Its surrender, but
Imposed conditions which tho Servian
crown prince was unable to grant.
Should nu attack on Monnstlr bo
made, tho Turks arc not expected to
offer scrloiiB resistance to tho com
bined Servian nnd Greek armies, nntl
Its fate Ib likely to bo the same as
Salonlkl's. The Greeks continue their
march toward Janlnn. They have
now taken "vtotsovo, n few miles to
A report through Bucharest places
tho Bulgarian losses In the war at a
far greater figure than haB yet been
estimated, According to thin report
tho killed nntl wounded number be
tween sixty nnd eighty thousand out
or a total of 300,000 melt and It is
pointed out, utter nllowauco Is made
for holding the line ot communication
only 120.000 effoctlvo men lire left
One reason given for the Bulgarian
consent to nu nrmstlco, and to a
peaco settlement, Ib fear of cholera.
Official reports issued nt Constnntl
noplo represent thnt comparatively
few cases aro occurring dully, but
other reports say tho epidemic U seri
ous with a high mortnllty.
Thero Is no development In tho
diplomatic situation but an official
denial has been Issued at St. I'oters
burg to representatives that the Rus
sian government has pronounced It
self definitely In favor of Sorvla's de
mands for nu Adriatic port, or has
sent instructions to the RusRlnn am
bassador at Vienna -to that effect.
Girls Body Found In Bathtub
Boston. Tho body of Miss Mnrjorln
G. Powers found lying fuco down in
n partly filled bathtub In a' west end
hotel Tho girl went to tho hotel
Wednesday urtemoon with a man
who signed tho names of "Mr. and
Mrs. DnviB." Tho man left later. The
police took into custody on suspicion
Ifer employer, Arthur T. ('uinmlngs.
Ho wns detained nt police headquart
ers though not tiiidor nrreBt. Mr. Cum
mlngs Is the head ot a produce con
cern bearing his name nnd lives in
Wluthrop. He is f)3 years old and
Los Angeles Dynamiting Described
Indianapolis. For tho first tjrno
since tho twenty-one pcrtJonB wore
killed in the blowing up of tho Los
Anguies Timep building on October 1.
1910, James 11. McNnmara's detailed
confession to having caused tho ox
plosion wns related on tho stand In
tho "dynamite conspiracy" trial hero.
Ortlo E, McMnuignl testified tho con
fession wns given to him while ho
wits hiding McNumurii In the woods
five miles from Hanover, Wis., whither
they had gene on the pretext of be
Turks Suffer Most.
Athens. It Is announced that 35,000
Turks were engaged In tliu battle
against the Greeks at Ymldjo. Thoy
had forty-two heavy guns. Tho Turk
ish losses numbered 2.000 killed, live
hundred made prisoners and tventj
two guns captured. Tho Grcok lr-'i
were nvo hundred killed and wounJeu
Including fifteen officers,
Weston I'm going to call my prl
vato golf links Bunker Hill.
Weston I can never win on them.
BREAKING OUT WOULD
ITCH AND BURN
Bcllton, Ga. "Some time ago my
feet and ears woro frost bitten, which
troubled mo very much every winter.
My ears would turn red and swell,
with terrlblo Itching and my heel
would crack. I had a severe scalp
troublo and also a breaking out on my
wrists and hands which would Itch
and burn until I could not sleep of
nights. Thero was an eruption on
my scalp with dandrt'T. I had to keep
my hair clipped close to keep dowa
tho Irritation and Itching. I tried sev
eral remedies and cream and two
treatments of remedies which did
mo no good. Then I used Cuttcura
Soap and Ointment and I am now
cured of all my troubles." (Signed)
J. S. Echols, Mar. 12, 1012.
Ctitlcura Soap nnd Ointment sold
throughout tho world. Sample of each
free, with 32-p. 8kln Book. Address
post-card "Cutlcura, DepL L, Boston."
"Did you find Mnbel In, after all,
when you cnllcd?"
"Ycb; that's how I found her out."
Br. Pierce's l'lroMnt Pellets first nut up
40 years ao. They regulate and Invlgursta
stomach, liver and bowels. Bugsr-eustsd
tiny granules. Adv.
The moro tho trusts want the leu
tho common people get.
Do Not Delay
If you are convinced test
your sickness la because of
some derangement or dU
easo distinctly feminine,
you ought at ones bring
to your aid
Dr. Pierce's Favorite PretcrifpJi
It acts directly on tbe
organs affected and tones
the entire system.
Ask Your pnif gUt
The Original Pric of tv
.is trifling'. It is spread
.over a number el.
.years. Lontf after.
.tbe cost is forgot i
k ten the recollco-.
. t ion of quality ,
"The Pen Tr-atEverybody Uses'
TO THE SETTLER
In the now IMstrlete ul
wan and AtMrtaUsie
an and Alberta last
am thoutaaSs of fits
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tettlerwau ai-ed be ewrataea
trnurtwslr )) truss a Itae
iirrsllwar, Mallwar Kales are
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