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THE OTTTimiE DAILY LEADER, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1015.
A Galley o Fun !
ft;;:i...5 '." WHO?,
.yVho is. it who always finds fault With
4 the' playx...;.. ,. . ;
And lay it's a city, alaaf
That the theatre, yes, sir I has seen
t us best day?
.Why the man who goes In on
v pass. 1
J' Who is it who always picks flaws Ifl
B, . fclSi ,htll.ll ; '
f f ' And scoffs at its present estate!
M"And . where, is the church-membel
I I free from a smirch?"
:f Wy,' the man who puts least la
I j t me piate.
Who is it who's ready to knife htf
And talk of the much that it lacksj
"We need public spirit; no wondei
we're down"? .
Why, the fellow who dodges hi
Who is it who rails at the Govern
And calls it "a deuce of a note"
That we have to be ruled by a dis
.Why, the insect that won't , even
Walter G. Doty.
Impatient Guest. Waiter. I must
catch a train and I'm in a hurry
what are the chances of my getting
served at oncer
Waiter. About one to one, sir.
'Impatient Guest. I Ket you one
dollar to one waiter. Here you are!
,,. ,. , Then and now.'
Warren ' Chambers. So Cashier
Morral has gone wrong? They say
he has been stealing for fifteen years.
Barclay Murray. Why, when they
investigated his books a vear ago 1
thought he came out of the ordeal
Warren Chambers. He did, but
they ve spotted him now.
Sunday-School Teacher. When
Jephtha vowed tosacrifice the first
thiog he 'met coming out of his house
after b,e returned, what "did he exi
peer to find?
. Willie. Some fellow calling on his
SHE LOOKED AT HERSELF.
The husband had waited an hour, he
For his wife to prepare for the
The carriage was waiting, the tickets
But the wife was not ready to go.
He begged and implored that she
hurry and dress;
It was getting so late. But, alas!
She; quietly turned, with her vain
i Consciousness, '
. -Just to look at herself in the glass.
The husb'airfet then patiently buckled
' ' her shoes' j ;- . ; :, ",: , ' :"-.
--And hooked ' up her dress in the
t ' back, ,.
And hurried about, with no moment
. . 'V to lose .' ; :
To bring in her "cloak from the
Then he urged her to hurry and put
on her clothes
- Before all the evening should pass;
But she turned once again, just to
" powder her nose
And to look at herself in the glass.
"he was finally dressed and 'most
ready" to gc;
Her hair was all carefully banged.;
Her waist was now hooked and her
skirts didnt show,
For all had been oroperly hanged
Then she painted the last touch of
rouge on her lips;
And he thought that was all. But,
i he powdered her nose and then
pushed down her hips,
"As she looked at herself in the
.glass. " - ' j
Hut now, as he thought, she was
ready at last;
" Shi. had donned her entire array;
The toilet was made and the mirror
: And no chance for a further delay.
But she turned once again, just to
touch: up her lip
And to powder her nose with one
Afi:-;strniKhteai her hat and to
Uti i-pashA dowifc her hips, , i.
And to look at herself in the glass.
A TERRIFIC CONFLICT.
Caller. By the way your husband
s carrying on in the next room he
must be rehearsing one of his heav
Actor's Wife. Dear, no! He is
having a frightful ivental struggle.
He wants to have the baby's pictures
aken, and if wc do some of his own
lill have to come down. .
Quickly Stops Sour Burning Feeling sr.d
Make Digestion Palnlete.
The most universal use or innsrnw'n
oy pliynlclinm ami meclalllH In tho treat
ment of stomach troubles. Is due to tta
fuct thut It stops food fermentation antl
jirutntUxc: t'e clilthft direct cause i-f
nearly all atsmauh troimles. tli many
forms of tnajjrnesia, such tts oxklea, cit
rates, rarhonutfrt, ' Kiilptmtew, etc. the
most suitable and efficient and tlie one
nrrscrllivd by leading apticlHltats I
hlnumtPd imtiffneslii, a teaHpimnful n
which In a llttlo warm water Immediate
ly aft'T eating' will Instantly neutralize
Ilia acid, etop fermentation, anil thus
t'naure painless normal digestion. Cnro
slionld ) tuken to get 'biMtrutcd nine
nesla, a Its action Is Infinitely more ef
fective. It la nlso, ity th way, usually
Blocked y dniKKlsta In convenient com
rirfssed tablets aa well as in Hie ordinary
powder ' form, stomach fviifferera and
dyspepticg who follow this plan and
'avoid the use of pcpnin, charcoal, uoila
mints, druga and medicines are Invari
ably astonished to find that the stomach
relieved of the Irritating acid and rus,
eoon regains Its normal lone, and can do
its' work alone without the doubtful aid
of artificial uigestnnts.
knocks ou r Dorisu:
TAX AS ILUXJAL
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE)
ilty. Mann alleged In Ma petition
:!iat County Treaaiiror iConnull lltoi
ers ha.s Leon collcctlii!? lij i er cent
penalty on ull dolinniient 1-xcs up tc
"""eLrtKiry G, 1!13, ti )Pi cent (rom that
late to June It, and 1 jior rent from
that date. iMann rontendnr tJiat tho
iovornnr intendod to sot nsida the V
per rent penalty until June K
Jtidso dofiraffenrlod helJ In favor
jf .tho plalnlifr, Saturday. The de
cree applies to city, county and sr:e
taxes alike, but does not apply to pav.
are troubled with heartburn, gases and
a distressed feeling after eating take a
before and after each meal and you will
obtain prompt relief. .Sold only by us,25o
Gray's Drug Store.
' CITf NEXT 1,
Special to Tho Daily Leader.
- Ponca City, Olda., O t. 19. What
was a few weeks ago, presumed to be
only a small .gathering or fctirmers
next Mo-iday, October 25th, gives tul
pfomtse of itelng the biggest gather
ng of Shriners and Masons ever tele"
In Oklahoma. Altdar Temple of Tul
sa is coming Sunday afternoon lr
their own ' isi.:eeial all-stel Pullmai
train, fladla Temiile of Oklahorar
City and Mtdian Temple of Wichita
will arrive Monday morning at 9:'Mi
each In their own special train o
eight sleepers each. A sight seeing
trip to the oil fields is planned for
Sunday afternoon, while oa Monday
morning, an excursion to the 101
Klanr'h will e made, where Millei
Bros., will stage a real wild west ex
hiibitlon tor all the visitors. The
arade at 2:30 in the afternoon is
destained to eclipse any circus parade
ever held. Eighty novices who will
rod the hot desert saids at the ev
ening iceremonial, will be seen in the
:arade, riding many of the wild ani
mals of the jungles'. Two (bands,
three patrols, and one thousand
Shriners will also be In the parade
At 3:30 occurs the exhibition drill
on the streets open to the general
public. As these three patrols art
fresh from their tri; to Imperial
'otineil at Seattle lant month the':
work gives promise of being the host
ever. All shriners are expected to
.participate in the day's festivities.
The general puhlic and all 'Mosonfi
particularly are given a hearty invi
tation to ee the fun.
When you nave an achey .stretchy
feeling and jou are dull, tired and
discouraged it is a sign of approach
ing malaria or chills.. , You should
act quickly to ward off an attack.
HEftUlNK offers you the help you
need. It destroys the malarial germ,
drives out all Impurities and makes
you feel bright, vigorous and cheer
ful. IPrice 50c. Sold by Owl Drug
K CELEBRATE TWENTY-FIFTH i
IS WEDDING ANNIVERSARY.
On Saturday evening, Oct. 1G, Itcv
ind Mrs. D. O. Franklin celebrated
he twenty-fifth anniversary of their
narriage. The rooms were tastefully
Oecorated for the occasion with white
chrysanthemums and ferns and pot
flowers. ; , ' " i.
A large arch was decorated with
vwhite chrysanthemums and ferns and
he couple were seated underneath. Ar
irch was also placed over the punch
lowl. Beautiful pot flowers were seen
The following beautiful presents
were received: Silver butter knife
Mrs. E. M. Windsor; silver gravy
-.poon, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Burkes; sll
ver salad fork, Trof. and Mrs. A. J
Scales and sou; Bilver gravy spoon
Dr. and Mrs. T. II. WrlsUt; mivei
sugar spoon, Mr. tin I Mrs. Geo
Franklin; silver berry spoon, Mr. and
-Mrs. H. V. Kcton; tAO silver table
ipoons, Mr. and Mrs. S. Terry; silvei
offering, Rev. C. Lune; silver offering.
Rev. W. Iirown and Mrs. U C. Brown;
jllvcr cri'd meat fork, Prof, nnd Mrs
D. G. Horton; sot 'silver 'knives ant
forks, J.Ir. and MraT. C,,Yii;u;i; se
silver orange spoims.-duthrio Snving
Rank; silver manicuring set, Mr. nnr"
Mrs. C. A. Chambers, Miss C. M
Chumbers nnd Mrs. C. A. Buchanan
silver butter knife anil sugar spoon
Mr. 'and Mrs. M. Melon; silver olivt
fork and butter' knife, ltcv. and Mrs
S. Neal; silver sugar spoon nnd bulte
knife, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Smith; berr;
bowl, Mr. and Mrs. O. Donahue, Dnvis
Okla.; sot silver spoons, Mr. and Mrt
Win. Graham, Ardmore, Okla.;'silve
berry spoon, Miss Minnie Wrlghl
Wichita, Kan.; silver berry spoon
Itev. Miller, Ardmore, Okla.; pitcher
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Williams.
Out of town guests wero; Rev. am'
Mrs. Brown of Anudarko, Okla., ant
Mrs. O. Donahue of Davis, Okla.
The following program was render
d; Vocal solo, "One Fleeting Hour,'
'rof. A. J. Scales; address, Rev. f
'..ane; vocal solo, "My Heart," Miss E
j. Franklin. The marriage ceremony
which was revised to suit the occasion
was performed by Rev. W. Brown ant
lev. Iirown of Anadarko, Okla.; voca
olo, "A I'qrfwit Day," Mrs. T. II
After the program refreshment
vere served by Mrs. Warefield assist
id by Misses Evlyn and LIHiar
Tranklln. The cake was beautlfullj
lecorated with white roses and silver
U a late hour the guests departed, all
expressing themselves as having hat
in enjoyable time. "A Friend."
' "I Don't Feel Good"
That is what a lot of people tell us.
Usually their bowels only need cleansing.
will do the trick and make you feel fine.
We know this positively. Take one
tonight. Sold only by us, 10 cents.
Gray's Drug Stora .
Yellow complexion, pimples and
disfiguring blemishes on the face or
body can be gotten rid of by doctor
ing the liver, wJch is torpid. HER
BINE is a powerful liver correetant.
t purifies the system, stimulates the
ital organs and puts the tody In fine
Iforous condition. Price 50?. Sold
by Owl Drug Store.
MM PEOPLE U
POD FUEL OIL BIDS
Washington, D. C, Oct. 19. The
general purchasing agent for the
Manama canal, has asked for bids on
150,000 barrels of fuel oil to bo deliv
ered at Balboa, and 200,000 barrels tc
'e delivered at Cristobal, during thf
year beginning January 1 next. The
specifications provide that the oil shall
iK.t be heavier than 1C degrees nor
lighter than 24 degrees Baumo, at. 0C
degrees Fahrenheit. The price shall
X; based upon a price per tyirrel of
12 gallons. The quantity of oil re
quired will vary from 30,000 to 60,000
barrels per month. All bids must be
lubmitted at tho office of the general
purchasing officer of tt. i anania
"anal, Washington, D. C, not later
than 10:30 o'clock a. m.p on November
Interested '. or ., prospective bidders
nay obtain copies of the circular No.
377, calling for fuel oil bids by writ
ng to the assistant purchasing agent
f the' Panama canal In the Commer
ial Club building, Kansas City, Mo.
For Your Skin
No matter how
severe the itch
ment of rashes,
ples and dan
druff a hot
bath with Cu
ticura Soap fol
lowed by Cuti-
cura Ointment lightly rubbed
on will bring immediate relief
and point to speedy healment
when all else has failed.
dittruni So&p Mid Olntjnfnt sold tvwj wlKit.
Liberal Mmpto of erb mailed free with 32-p. boutt.
tMnm pottrcanl "cuUcora," Itapt. 10. Uumcu.
ra.l DEAD AND
G Rl Dl R 0 N
AMI ItlC.W i'.OYS HAS l!!v-
v.x x i i:aii:si
Rock Island, 111., Oct. 10. Keith
)ooly, a player on tin independ nt
ootball team, Is in a critical condition
ib a result of breaking his shoulder in
game here Sunday.
lies of Broken Neck.
Moscow, Idaho, Oct. 19. Floyd Cil
ert, captain of the Grangville high
chool football team, died here Mon
lay from a broken neck suffered In a
;ume ut Nez Perce Saturday.
Ilinois Boy Hurt.
Gulesburg, I".. Oct. 19.-MVilliani
'oedoseh, captain of the Lombard col
ego football team, was reported Moti
lity to be in a serious condition from
njuries to tho spine received in a
:anio Saturday. ' ',
Jurry's Condition Critical. ' "
Appleton, Wis,, Oct.. 19. Irving
lurry, a Lawrence university fresh
nan football star, suffered internal in
urles in a game with I he Stevens
Point normal eleven last Saturday. His
ondition is critical.
St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 19. Bryan
Icott, a Knox college football player,
vho was seriously injured in the
;ame with St. Louis univosity here
Saturday, was thought to lie almost
leyond hope of recovery. His spine
vas dislocated and his arms are com
Died From Injuries.
New Orleans, La., Oct. 19. rierre
)ueos, halfback of the Jefferson col
ego football team,, died here early
Monday as a result of injuries receiv
ed in a game between the Jefferson
ollege eleven and Louisiana state
tniversity reserves at Donaldsonville,
Saturday. In attempting to tackle
i Louisiana player Ducos was struck
n the back by the runner's knee andj
iccording to physicians, sustained a
racture of the Bpine. The faculty of i
refferson college at Convent, La an
lounced Monday the remaining games
)f this season's schedule had been
Never take pepsin and preparations
ontaining pepsin or. other digestive
ferments for indigestion, as the more
vou take the more you will liave to
'Ake. What is needed is a tonic like
"harnberlaln's Tablets that will en
able the ptomach to perform Its func
tions naturally. Obtainable every
where. OSM OPERATORS
Washington, I). C, Oct. : 19. Secre
tary Lane, Commissioner Sell3 and
F;.pert Welsh of the bureau of mines,
conferred hero this week over the re-
I leasing of tho eastern part of the
I Osage nation for oil and gas purposes.
It Is understood that the department
is awaiting a letter from Superintend
ent J. George Wright of the Osa
agency, before making any announce
ment as to the acreage to be allottde
to the present Foster sub lessees.
It is said that no decision has been
arrived at as yet as to the disposi
tion of the gas lease on the 050,000
acres now covered by the Foster
blanket lease, although it is still pre
sumed that the large bulk of the acre
age will again be awarded the Indian
Territory Illuminating Oil company.
"Uist vinter I used a bottle; of
fhsmberlaln's Congh Remedy for a
tad bro;".ch!a' ceneh I felt IN h
efieial effect Immediately and before
I bad finished the bottle J was cured.
I never tire of recommending this
rerredv to my frienehi." wr'.tes
William Bright. Ft. Wayne, Ini.
tainable everywhere. ,, . i -., i
In Pursuit cf a Millionaire.
In the November Woman's Home
Companion Fannie lleaslip Lea begins
another of her delightfully entertain
ing serial love stories entitled "Chloe
Malone." The story portrays the life
and character of a charming Southern
debutante. Chloc's aim in life is told
in the following extract: ,
" 'Do you know what I'm going Into
Soft, Curly, Wavy Hair
Now Easy to Have
Beautiful, flurry, muunil-locklnt; curls
or waves, without tlie ue of th ruinous
curllnir iron, nr-1 now noasihltt fvtr evsry
wtmiaii. Vch, nut only poswlblo, but
Mery eawlly ui'kuil'Cii over niK'it, and
Willi benefit to I Ue lift) ami lie.iltli of Ilia
Imir. It U only peer RBary to IM'I'IV u lit
'tie llfjulil silmeiliia hftfure retirinH:. tia
Ihm; u 'U'xui tooth' iirul for the purpo&d,
tliiiwiiih' this douti tlie full letiKlli ot tho
trenspa from iut .to tii. Jn the tnorniitr
the hair will hava a most dellKhtful curll
iiess anil lutire, without the leawt Blur
centlon of KreHBO or sllcklnrns unit will
Ix unite cotit rolUiblo, no niatlor how tlio
tinlr lsi ilono up.
An liquid silinerlim In procuralilo nt
iny dtuK Ktoro unit u.i, a few ounces of
it will lust fin ninntfiS. no woman n"ed
put iii with Hint Mat. lank, aiink ni;enr
iince of the luilr which Klves such un un
wholesome look of plainness to most
(he world for, tonight?' she demanded.
'I'm going to look for a millionaire, a
lice, Rculle, bnld-heuded millionaire
with bagslmd lmgs of money. And
when I find him I'm going to marry
him, so that I can give you a limous
ine, and accounts ut. all tho shops
youM like, but can't afford now, nnd a
mi Id to bring you your coffee In bed
every moriling -ell ? Thai's what I'm
:;oing lo do. I'm sick of being poor;
I'm nick of seeing you drudge to keep
up appeuruucoii; I'm sick of knowing
that my clothes and my hats and all
I have ,come from the sacrifice of the
things you love most in the world.' "
When Baby Has the Croup.
When a mother Is awakened from
wind sleep to find her child who hrr
jone to hriil aimarerttly In the best of
ialth struggling for breath, she Is
naturally alarmed. Yet if she ran
ncop her presence of mind and givt
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy every
ten minutes until vomiting Is pro
duced, 'juick relief will follow anr
'he child will drop to sleep to awak
en In the morning as well as ever.
This remedy has been in use for many
years wlt'ii uniform gucesa. Obtain
Loiter files for sale at Tno Leader
office. Price 3uo; 3 for $1.00.
STUB'S 1! FBIEliO
IN CHARGE OF POST
Kansas City, Mo., Oct, 19. Frank
P. Walsh, a Kansas City lawyer and
chairman of the federal industrial
relations commlsnlon, today assumed
the sole direction of the editorial and
business policies of the Kansas City
Post, an afternoon newspaper. The
announcement is .rondo that Walsh is
attorney for the owners of the Post
and will have full charge of its poli
cies. He recently gained national
prominence when the industrial rela
tions commission held hearings in
various cities and questioned many
prominent men, including John IX
Rockefeller, Jr. The Post has been
owned by Fred D. Bonfils, the owner
of the Denver Post. Donfils bought
it about seven years ago and spent a
fortune in rejuvenating It. It is
rumored that only recently has the
paper been on a paying basis. It is
a red letter paper and lias bad trouble
with advertisers, at one time being
under a boycott, another time declar
ing a boycott itself against certain
interests. Walsh has had the warm
support for many years of tho Kansas
City Star, the opposition afternoon
newspaper. He was the attorney for
ilu late William It. Nelson, owner of
(he Star. , ' ' '
Wash Your Hair
bow quickly and
freely It lathers in hard
cr soft W3tcr; how
quickly if , thorourihly
deans the heir and
sca'r; linzes cazliv and
' (saves net c- trees 'cf
"(?3ap to altrict dust.;
1 Pcrfccf fcr bzth
CwT DCw'cr Sells It
fr-iTfr -""i-'ufTn rtr
g0 r -mm
lb HAILtll fib
i nnnin nrsin! 1 wish ,n inr''m y f sreat
fl I II II U U hi I h,'nnnt 1 havo derived from the use
H M II II I ,l lij Iicf Swamiuitoot. I 1,'id been a Suf.
II UUU U1 UL.I1 U I lerer for more than twenty, .yours
,;oss;:i iiu:ii: ii.s .vm:
i nm.i u Willi coimkv
AM) TimiYi: IN Ml l
Uv Associated l'ress.1
retrofe-rad, Oct. .!:.. - The early ami
jicrslntctit rainy seu.uin over t!ie
Sieutor part of tlie llglitlns front Is
taken iby the lUussIiin peasants as n
sign that the tet Inscribed on t'.ie
regimental statukirds "Xlod Is on O!1
r-'ide" s not misplaced. The 'Uus
slan places great faith lu the defens
ive merits of hi2 rainy season, es
pecially In tho marshy se."tlons,
where Intimate knowledge of Cae
logs will enable local guerilla lunula,
.'inner tno skilled leadership of p'.rk
:d Cossack daredevils, to keep u.)
coi tlnneil harassment ot the Gorman
flanks and rear.
The local poi.sar.try alone is fam
iliar wila the shifts and tricks of the
marshlands, especially in the trench
en. us i'lnslt district, for '.here the
Iols vaiy ith tho seasons and ac
cording to the rainfall. A ciso has
already Leen reported from this dis
trict !n which a German column war
tiinnfnily surrounded by a small
force of guerillas, who crept by sec
ret wajs across the swamps and
raised nn alarm on all sides at once.
The csimy, tcWci wi'h ranle, en
leavcrcd to find a way out and the
whole column disappeared In a trench
erous morass .which seemed a pos
slide road to safety from the un
no'.vn strength of the attackers,
It 3s still somewhat early for tfcc
appearance of the guerillas, whose
lest opportunity will come when hc
snow obliterates the landscape tor
all save the native-born. ,
COLDS DO NOT LEAVE WILL
INGLY Because a cold Is stubborn is no
reason why you should be. Instead
of "wearing" it out, get sure relief
by taklru llr. King's New Discovery.
Dangerous bronchiel and 1 lung ail
ments often follow a cold which has
been neglected at the beginning. A
your body faithfully battles these
cold germs, no better aid can b
given than the use of this remedy
Its merit has b en tested by old an
young. 50c and $1.00.
96,19 IN LOSSES
'London. Oct. 19. Tho total ol
i'lillsli casualties at the Dardanclle
t :p to Oi-tober t, according to officia
figures given here today, was Wl.SM
Of this total tlie number of men
killed was USA)", cf whom 1,1 S.
Casualties ot the Australian contin
gents were C!I,1E1.
Announcement of the great loss ol
the 'British .'forces at the Dardanelles
follows Lie sensational speech in the
Hoiice ot Lords last night of Lord
i.VIiIner, who is said to have charac
terized the expedition as hopeless. ITe
j suggested withdrawal of tho troops
from OallipoH (Peninsula and their
transfer to some other front. Txird
Lansdowno responded for the gov
eminent that it was Impossible to
give an undertaking that the troops
would continue In the Dardanelles
operations or would le withdrawn
from them. The figures given out
today do not toll the full story of
what It has cost the allies to attempt
ti force tlio Dardanelles. Tn add!
tion to these British casualties are
tlie lo ses cf the .French, concern
ing wnicn no rename information i
available. The British total, howev
e bears out despatches from corres-
rnpelentg this .front, .-. win have
described tbe.'o.-:? of l!fi? as frightful
In some instances, according to these
"dvlces, trenches Snd galleys have
rcoi choked with the dead. Turkish
losses . f.lso have been described as
Swellings of the flash caused bv
Inflairimat'on. cold, frnctnrcs of the
bone, toothache, neurabria or. rhett
traliRin can b relieved bT aurvin
n LLAJlIV3 SNOW IrAIMENT. ' It
should be well rubbed in over the
part afferted. Its great healini and
penetratin? power rases the pain, re
duce swellln? and restores natural
conditions. Price 2. Bftc and $1.00
per beittie. Sold by Owl Drug Store.
APPLES AND PEARS rOR SALE.
Apples and pears for sale, 30 cents
and up per bushel at It. Albrecht's, one
mile east of University building.
liom kidney and liver trmillo ''and
was almost constantly treated l;y tho
most eminent physician-who could
only give me lempnrary rei'i-f. if
hud been In t,et ten weed's when l
lavan tho use of iSwampiltoot. In
side or twenty-four hours I could sen
that 1 had been greatly benefited. F
continued the use Swanip-itcol until
I had used several bottles when I
really felt that my old trouble was
completely cured and I am positive
that any person suffering with k'dney
or liver trouble can be cured by the
use of this preparation.
I am row in the best of health, .bet
ter than I have been for ten years or
more. I eio not know how to express
myself as strongly as I eleslre, In fav
or of Dr. Kilmer's iSwnmp-Itoot, as 1
am sure that It saved my life wnd
Hist my good health Is due entirely to
this great remedy. 1 heartily rerom
tnend it to every sufferer and am con
fident they can bo benefited us I have
heen. It is a plasurn for me, gentle
man, to hand you this recommenda
tion. MRS. If. .1. PlItl'CB.
HOD Center St. Portsmouth, Ohio.
Il'orsonally appeared before me this
1.1th of September, V1HW, IMrs. H. .1.
Price, who subscribed the above state
ment and mado oath that the same is
true In substance and in fact.
U. .A. CALVd'TlT,
Or. KI'mer A Co
llnnhamton. N. Y.
"rove what Swamp-Roct will do for
Rend ten rents to Dr. Kilmer & Co.
Ilnghamton, N Y fcr a sample size
ottlo'. It will convince anyone. You
vlll also ree'elve a booklet of vtilu
ble information tell'ng shout the ktd
icys and bladder. When writing, he
aire and mention the Guthrie Dally
;.esder Regular fifty-rent and one
lollar size bottles for sale at it) dr'g
Tulsa, Okla., Oct. 19. iForty- per
cent of the 10i ii5 wheat, crop in tho
Vrl n.isas valley is still in bins and
will not bo jiii', on the market before
the last of the year, according ito the
;rain buyers who say 'the farmers
aro confident ot prices for wheat la
ter on that will duplicate (be bis
pricos paid for the 1014 crop to faose
who held on. It Is lelaimed, also,
hut Oklahoma has not more than half
ilhe wheat crop .claimed for this state
by the government and that .there
was less than 20,000,001) buBhuls of
marketable wheat saved. Practically
every farm In h!s setitioj 'pf the
state Is now equipped with adoquate
sotrago room for grain. The acreage
sown to wheat in evory county in the
Arkansas valley will be from a third
to a half less than a year ago, as
practically every farmer is convinced
O'klahoma is in for a cycle of good
corn years. , .
Feel languid, weik, ran down?
leadaehe? Stomach "off?" A good
ea edy Is Burdock Blood Bitters. Ask
our druggL t. Priee $1.00. ,
The materials, needed are Junket,
one tablet; chocolate, one and one
half squares; sugar, one-third cup;
salt, one-eighth teaspoonful; milk, ono
quart; vanila one-half teaspooaful.
Directions: Heat milk just blood
warm di ssolve junnet tame, in oiio-
half tablesixionful of milk; molt the
eorolalo over hot water, add sugar
and one-half l:np Of milk. When this
Is in a smooth ipasto add slowly to
milk, add salt, add junket tablet very
slowly, stirring all the time and van
ila. Pour immediately i.ito dis'j or
cups in which it is to be serve! ; al
low !t to stand in a warm place uniil
"set" then chill. Serve with whirred
Four tablespooufuls of liqui 1 may
be used instead of junket tablet.
SWARDED goco weoL
SAH FRANCISCO CXPOSITIOt
You Drink ' " 9 i .
You Use Water
Co You Use 1 '
PUEE PARK WATilR?
L. Ji. Hillings will "keep
you siipplic.l with (Ji'th
rio mineral wafer. Also
Herf'tilcs. Pliijmicnts to
;-ll parts of the country
L. L. BILLINGS
Adilrefs 123 N. Broad