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THE GTTTttRIE DAILY MCA PER. MONDAY, MAY 11, 1914.
PA OK FIVE h A Shares $10.00 f Each Cimarron AL LEtR ANNOUNCES FOR COUNTY CLERK ai Leer, present deputy county rierk has announced for county clerk. Al Leer piobably one ol the best i- now n ii in in iitt county and he popular, Always courteous and i Biitrf'.ii.inK. he Iihs made a legion ol ,c l. LKKIi. rrittndk. During the hast two yeari h? has devoted his entire tun1 to the wort, uf the county clerk's office and tSjs an) led btmsell Intelligently. There no better official In the county court bouse than ai Leer, He should receive the nomination with out an effort Dull Fetltng Swollen Hand! ind Kect Due To Kidney Trouble Your kidneys need help when your bands and feel thicken, swell up, and you fed dull and sluggish Tam Foley Kidney Pills. They an' tonic, tlnaulatins and strengthening and restore our kidneys to healthy nor ma! action Trv them. Foi sale b ail druggists. The first spring i icing m.it ii Will be held al Klectri para, Mas Ml A good program has been arranged Tr lieartef Van' id jSfcVENBARKSi a Sure aiiu oarc wmeavror DYSPEPSIA and all STOMACH TROUBLES. Seven Barls, which is the i stract of Bootsand Herb, will Mass y airfond ateeat, baiiifh Heaaaehes, r. .-ulnte font lives timl Kidaeys, ctve yon nW lite, Slid ke, p fat We!'- ftBS 60 eta, a lxttle st. all druggists or ; from the ptostti) 'er, I rwtm Srwli. Unarm S4.HklVwSrWv THE CIMARRON VALLEY DIE COMPANY Little Later W (he snows fall on your head: when the vears rise m to dim your eyes; when time takes vou to the old arm chair, and: S corhpels you to sit and wricli others wfk. 3 vVWri opportunities thai ure knocking at yojir door today J fhnrr,v hy tomorrow; wheju it is a long pull to the office, to the 1? Hop to t tie store in the morning, and a much longer tramp uphill, S on oiiry way home (it night; when your afhffity to do is limited; when the natural demands for your personal comforts have in- creased, yon will willing listen to some good advice, sonic practi.-" cal suggestions on how to make money. i ; .Most people are willing to accept advice alter it is too late for service. Most anybody has an overload of regret. Most any f body has his heart and his hands full of might-have-beens. All X folks have plenty of hindsight. Plenty of folks have some lore- sight. But very few folks have the faculty of present sight. X Present sight is the ability to see things as they arc not as they were, not as they are expected to be, but as they are now at the moment. X With the elimax of the trouble in 'olorado, with war in Mex- ico. with a iiolitical under-current aaainst us. with the railroads w ' i , tang almost wrecked, with investors inclined to wait, it would appear X that Everything, Everywhere has about reached bottom. With all X the had news on hand arrived here, it would appear t hat t his is the . hour of Opportunity, thai this is the time to lav away some sub- & stantial security for the days when the snow falls on your head. X True, it takes more courage now than it will take when things k tlhaugc lor the better, ami we all know that tiling- must change 2 for the better soon. If you would rid) elbows with Hie winners, if yon would make money, you will not wait for the residue, the m leftover, the little chance:- thai remain at 1 he last. You will nor do what the little men are doing now Stampede. You will buy M$ Vallev Oi onii.anv s shares Bu with lull faith in the resources quietly advancing everyday. Authorized Capital $100,000 I invite corresponded e CHARLES S. CRESSER, L Convention Will last for Three Days; Feature Will Be Clinic on Hookworm Preparations lor the meeting Of tap State Medical association here have been completed, rhe meeting i ill open tomorrow morning and t on- tinne three dais. I nr. i c. Mahr, Btate health officer, I will deliver on address on th physi cian as a health officer, in whl ll he expects to show the great advance that ha Icon made in prevention of disease and to Illuminate (the neces sity lor the family physician becoming i health officer In his unofficial ca pacity The meeting is to be very fargely attended, and the subject t" be disenssed are alive with interest to tile public. One feature la to he a clinic on the lookworni that la expected to attra i much attention from the physicians, A ret i -tit ex, i tnin. 1 1 ion of the tmeil . In Armstrong Academy, a school ror the Indian boys In (he southwestern leirt ot the state, slums an tilarnitti--ly high percentafe of hookworm in that institution Thi is because if' hois are from the oldest settlement in the slate mil of the tribes tliit fere brought to this country from Georgia, a state that has had the hookworm inieetion for many year Or, K c Adams DaktlSt, " :!! I. 3. ;..ir'ii;k Ii ill, I -t ; rpone IS. MADAME LILLIAN NOROIClT" FAMOUS SINGER. DEAD Batavtn, lava., vu, ii Mn1am4 ordii.i is dead Pneusaonla, con J acted Iron) the shock and sposurf it a ship wreck on Thursday Island n the Antipodes, end, d Snndaj niht the caranr of one ot t ie world I MSI famous singer.--, f ist M hs started uinn what she planned son . r farewell tour of the w;irld Lillian Nrdi-a was an American ,ins r of world-wide fame Her ad mirers ranced from the men o: I ;t . vt section of Vpw Tork, when iiic had sung at mission meetings at KUM each TODAY. of tin.-, company lat is jfe Issue a. $40,000 J Guthrie, Oklahoma, ft tic most critical box holders of grand opera houses ill all of the World's i!t at musical (enters. Tile puritj of lit-!' voice, employed in many ton1 guea bad delighted hundreds of thousands since the day, forty years ago, she Ural appeared in public as joprano soloist at Grace church in Boston Tile remains will he started f if the United stales May Iftth, Mail boxes for snie at The Leader office; price tl.no. GOVERNOR "LICKED" A BLASPHEMER Portland. Ore.. May 11 Resenting on behalf of women present the offen sive language of a man cursing tic mechanism ol a motor tar In front of a hotel here. Governor West, w!i was vtslUpg Portland tot a day, re Muted to blows in carrying into ! tf wittilt give .him S I tinned his profanlt: The profane mo overmatched after kw.iv at nigu speed. Governor West then notified tht police station of what he and done but he was not arrested. ti i will find It at the RacKeL Mulhall Couple Married. Ben T. Iloedit ket. 1'.". and tjra"' Kemp. .'4 both of Mulhall were married Saturday ntrflii by Jndfll Str a n . to i Ount v eotirf . flatter tfellvorod. 4S" mo 0Bb Nadine J; Facc Powder f In r,vtn h ... On't Krepft Th Complexion Bcnuliful S"fk and vrlvrtv. Mnnry bck ff nt n ttretr p1aed. Narltnr t pufe nd harrn lr"v A(Ih-re unt'I VMMlMd iT. ptevrnt sunburn and flurn of di-1irlinn. A million rlrlightrd uter prove it value. Tint: Flh, Pink, Brunrltr. Wlnt- Br Toilet Countri nr Matt. 50c. National TotUt Compni, Pan. Ts-nn. r E 0 GUTHRIE. IS SELECTED FOR MEETING PLACE NEXT YEAR; OFFICERS ardmore, Okla., Mnj a fish In in 'hi k club grounds, Ihree lit' more, the Oklahoma s socintion i loaed Its ann Saturday evening with siorj oi iite com mod io overlooking the lake, selected as the next having hut slight coin, hands o! Shaw ni'e supt The following offlcei lor the ensuing year following country I mill Vol tit V I'll I lllll nque ? Illlt III) i Cam I hell, vv aiikonils, presidi Foster. Wanner, fi rnl I Mrs. V tiller rfergusi second ice pfesident . Atia, third vi e presldcn ion lor several years r realdenl heloKec i Norrell, 8 Kt i (ll l,n nl i he organi'atibh, wa - re elected. The exei utlve committi a i as Col lows, one member beinj; from each congressional dlstricl i Hurr Gib lions. Tulsa; K, Hee. Guthrie; less Curd, Hugo; Will (leers, Tishomingo: John Hlnklp, Stillwater; Col. lit. iL. Sht parti. I.'iwlon lloraeo Kheppard, Alius, Charles Wilson, t'herokee, The following commiltees made their reports this afternoon Reso In Hons slid momortals, Horace Sheppard, Waller Ferguson and V" It Anthony; audHlBg, Smith. Chandler Tribune; Geot ; Kvans, Chlckashn Kx press, ami W C, Troul wine. Thomas Tribune, credentials and new member VV i Old, Idabel Ga.ette; .1 Muir fjlhhons, Tulsa, and John v. Knight, Pgwhuifka. The rerun of I he rOHOlUtloHS noil mil lee brought about ;i heated tlis ciiBslon of the regional hank situation in Oklahoma The resolution Indors Ing i he action of the 1 tklahoma dele iration in ('ont'.ress and comiplVIng With wishes of Ihii .M't'iitive hoard oi the Oklahoma State Backers' as social ion pleeetl I lie entire stale Of Oklahoma In the Kansas ( ity rtistriei I The principal reason advanced In behalf ol the resold! Ion was t-bai southern Oklahoma needs money to move the Cotton 'top at the lime ilial Texas needs financial tor the same purpose It thai 'be crops ol lha nori of the way at thai time. : WIS heltl tl Okla boms can therefore gel amid" al more readily from the Kansas en hunks. The resolution unchanged, Sunday, the editors a a trip ovei the new rai t ,,li n Rlnsline of 'in Ul was adopted re taken for nail luiilt by (sine to the new town of Rln tin;, from point 'hev made i trip throi Healdton oil field A Wg bi was served the newspaer n Rlpgling The Ardmon onventlon s oio of the moat s ii and nynetlngs in the hi ory ' latioti. the pflOPh of I city of soutbet n Oklshot ploneei xt ending itnlily. a genuine south Or Strattnn of the State I ni editors by Ion ! Batnrda' Mori tnovetl from Hit stern In till tached made hi. address, wnien was i iainiy nnnrd by the editors al the Other end of the hee. Nrvt) Modern Dsncino The leading Kxperl and Instro 10 In Vow York 'it wrlten: "Dear Sit I have used Mien's Foot-Kise. tic ittt(ftpU podei In be shaken Inte the shoes for the ist ten years I' ix a Meanine to all who are r tunnelled t be on their It'' I dance eight i.n hour dally, and find that Allen. Knot Kane keep - m feet tool, t - the friction Iron- i - .-hoe. prevent ' tirn and Sore V Mni: feet I Pee omtie nd ll to ill n pupils ' (fllgnedl K KI.KT'H' R HA.IA.A viottK Sample I'HKK lddr Allen S. Olm Jted. l,eio. N V BOY SAVES LAWYER'S LIFE IN COURT R00IY Honolulu. H U H 11 'Ta .1 Mi Pride, an attorn. as saved beinit shot tht'fc.: the heac i I'n tfld Matol I" ' Attornei l. f yeaterday thniiiah the Mrifl actine of a txiy wttnea!. Viel aril and M - Brlde ere oaposlns stUN a in j feder.i' trial In - '.t 'inarrel M - i'ain thrust a rgvol er against Hermit Roosevelt Going to Madrid to id S m I i V- i ii .::.:3afa.tirti,'i..-.;- . . ... V-.-tt -V Kfi mil lion r t ii will arrives ul Mftlinn frnm Routli ttiHrlna on iM;i 'M for his ti VVillnrd, dn Wlllard The Ftoosevell party on Its return from South Annie. i will separate at Barbados. lOrmii Roosevelt will 'atke steamer ihere for (Lisbon, while Colohel Booi eveli will pro eed n v,. vol i, the lllard famil) Hiink he will remain In fw V'tul, foi lee days oi two weeks ami will then atari for Madrid where he will n I his son about .lime S The ma friage III ta ke plai proh ably In the second week of tunc In the Kplsconal church In the building of the HrltlHh embassy in Madrid I tei.le s In east ami pull, d Hie I n rhe hut leaped in i ween I hem. I h ii in It SUfthl tile pistol ha in 1 1 1 1 i prevented live explosion ol the rldite. .viii'.mi Httrrendernd it 1 olli e ami was iharged with as in commit murder, idler files fit tie tit The Leader flC $i nn. MAN SHOOTS AI CAIS ANU WOUNDS NEIGHBOR Krankltu'l KaiiH,. May II. A bu'- let Hue ii.nl evidently glanced Btr Herbert Solomon el this place i venlng The billloti, B 23 tfalll entered bis rlghl leg aibove tho k ami naased ihrottxli the flesh, i 'nine from a rifle in the hands of .1. I'' .Mild, who was ahootlng slra eats. T odge Directory The offtcera ol the t;. A. i art a follow'! laaae Clark, poat rommandar; C ii iteiav. senior v. e commaniar; K Stafford, ii or nice COWOl uuter, 'n(..ti . h I1 Burllngame, surgeon; Bi v ii vi ibotas, i haplaln; ;eo v Billinga, 1 1 . 'i ii vi ills. o. CI.; Bd PlattS, S. VI : ir.v MiVav, l.i ob Amber.g M. H vv ;i u n may, I t.tiyr? No. ,if. A. F. & A M lew offieerB of Outhrle -d pattei on, I S treasurer ; c E ie i etsrj . Royal Air.h Chapter. No. 6. The new officers of Royal Ar"fc hapter No. g are a - fORows: ll H. tiok II. P . I VV IniUns K . C. .1. Han ngOfl ribe l"e Willis, treas in i . John Schmidt, recorder, K. M. Baniford. P B IMtn Williams, C. of ,lra lUtin. thai lain; Mrs K4ns Kd t 'i.. iin.n e rnditor; Mrs. Btetls iam, tect'iil keeper; Mrs. Uphs leu on. NiKt ermimander; Vlri. Helen lulOW, cantaiS of the guard; Mr. Jyrtle PcHHSaWay, color bearer; Mr die Monte, 'olm bearer; Mrj an n Kssite, sentinel, vi-k r.mma Iron i;-j. jtitket; .Vll., Laata Smtth. out n m ntmel Eaitern btar lino With Mis:; Hrllt , May Mitchell. W M lakaanr, vv. v., huth Bi foka Heal your skin witEl treasurer; vdil;,. Ixtwther. t , of; lifli,., , ii I pjnr , , c. , Bertha uunttng, huplaUi; Mc. R. ,i. t 't. inn it i . in trahul; tlertha Limb u in, inn organist; Mr, Hoy Worthing ten. Ada, Mrs. is W . Trgpttell, Ruth; Mrs Bertha McBride, Kstber Mrs. C. c. Clothier, Martha; vie- v. n. Hifmphrey, Klneta; Mrs, J H Bhsarer, wurrfen: ), S Ralrburg, sentinnl, Albert Pike LoOfla Ne. 1(2, The new officers of Albert Plkt lodge No. U :il, HH follows Win Bti kelt, vv m.. v i h ,-v West, 8. vv 1 1 w I'eatheringilli i vv,, ic i; pr P A. Iierr. sr. re- lary; 11 HJ I tops oi s 1 1 VV .1 fithbena, ,i l).; tl W vit . 'Innahan 9. S; Li A Ralnsl urg. .i .-i , .1. it I isthy, chaplain; Ii ,-i Mil. hell tiler. online Commtndary, No. t. tlborge McGregor, K ('.. Daa Will i ms tienerallsslnto; .ins. i,. Jenkins, 'ttpt .en . John" .i hniuil, set retal'.v , oe Willi:, tICtlBUler. ' ibi fellows VI. VV. Kohelny, V G Sttagitar, V. CI.; ll A I in. i ;. ii nrwlg, .-ice, ami chns it. Taylor, treasurer. The officers ttf the l.inl'es or the .1 V R, are as followa: Mra .1. M Whltted, prealdont; liftle rienman, senior rice prtraldentl Mi .. N vi Carter, Junior trice itrco- ttent; Mrs A mot) Iffwlng, treasurer; rtnby Hiiber, re Lary ; Rmma Miller, chaplain; Minnie (Jlgglns, conductor; idt PH v i 'l . It IMMJOK ,.G OIHTA Effort Before the time of Western Union Day and Niht Letters business men used the tele graph in emergency as a final effort. Today, many of these same business men take advantage of letter length at telegraphic speed and minimum cost, and make that final effort first with astonishing results. THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO. hull mformufitin giaJly aaMM at amy alfict V esmol No matter how lonp you have been tortured and disfivriired, iv itching, burning, raw or scaly skin humors, just, put a little of that Boothing, antisep tic Resinol Ointment on the sores and the Buffering stops tijrht there! Healing begins that very minute, and in almost every ease your skin nots well so quickly u positively feel chained of the money you . . trew awav on teaious, use- ss I real men Is. hrtlnol Olntmmt ov nd St ml. unci Riw- irwl, , It'ttr ttwnv ittmpli. hltwK- "1 .imiitr'tfT. S"ld ity AtXdrasststti, For trial sis 4f PHt h t rt rHt to RMlnol.Dspt S Baitlmon, Md. Trr Rnainol Shain Stick Kt all dettlra or rril ! on M n,i l illnuin, A. Con . Jul laitt.a, Mi N. K Gregory, A. O ; Mrs. II Herod, patriotic iiiatrintor. c club ..Meets every week at bath house. Crochet club, Mem- 0, E. Officer!. frank ll Karber, worthy pramdsnt; !ti. i he 'i.'tiif worthy rtcs presl 't ni , i i! Mile, worthy 'haplaln; i r i-wiet. wort by se- retary; ('has. I Rider worthy cundUCUke; C. X, I'n ..ion. in ids guard; A. O, Ptttltl mi Ide giiat'd Dr J. I.. MoutSWOrUV ,' i ie phi sit fan Kni0hts of Pythias. u m I . auddiirth, C. C.; O. Wi Con wav. V c; g. wtbstsr, 1',; Ci I. Winch, M uf VV.; .1 C. Templeton, K ll .v H. ; I. Ms Sinlthson, M. of K: I, S Pug", VI of K : VV. i. Holenm;., H .ti v . Paul Barnes, I. G, and Tom Kai i. -II. tl. G. Pnlted t'ommerclsl Travelers As Boi'lntion Meets third Haturday nlghl eat h month, I 0.0 K. hall, r i' Gai' heii, senior Councillor; Ttinev I'Tneli, Set reliirv ami Tresa- urei , , tinier ol Owls, ii n I.ITH. meets ' very Monday evontng at S;.iii o't I ick al IIS I 2 North nivislon Slice. VIs- ititiw owla always welcome. Off!- eel'S' G. P. Ucllhrook, PreMldent, A. B. Wt lion. Past P eaident; Kilt .lames, Invocator; A. t". Moore, Vice President; I' S. IP niieks, TroaKiirer; Prank K Mater, Secretary, and Dr. t. P Ootteral, n- t Physician. MAKING bitkei., A. Hi