The Oklahoma Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 15, 1906 Page: 4 of 8
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THE LEADER, GUTHRIE, OK LA., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1906.
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BY LESLIE O. NIBLACK.
WB-MTVTHOF THO ASSOCIATED PRESS
KEEP OFF ALL
BY TAKING PE
PuNlihM every afternoon from The
leader building 107 West H rri*w j
avenue, and entered at th* Guthrie
Ponomce > Second Cfcuia Matter.
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Per week by aairler
ear month by mttIt . .•■••••• "
Par jear . y carrier. In adtanaa K' "•
f-ar year by mmll. In advanae *
•ma ljeader l« a member of lh«
auiwl Preaa and rtcelvi* the day Itle-
eva^ii report of that great IWW"..( ,V' w,
Uon for ex(laalve Hftemoon publlaatlon In
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*" NOT1CB TO 81TB8CRIBEHB. ,
In the event of delivery bell* linperfeet,
,r aapera belli* rolled, twlotetl mutll-
Had, aubaerlbers are nrned m m.ik. I n
!,e.liate oomplttlnl to the bualneaa office
- per«r,n It* phone or by niall
Till KSIi.W. I'KI IK I A It V i:
Governor Hinging says thut wo must ....
have honest and capable men In every j VV llPI V/VvJ
public office. We arc now looking lor
New York's governor and United
Slates senators to hand in their n «iw-
President Roosevelt Is said to ap-
prove <if the Hepburn rate bill. Tills |
is enough lo canine Unci,, Pelo lo
worry for feat' that HQiuethinK will slip
somewhere before the bill Kets
Attorney General iladley suys that
ho Is sure Mr. Rogers will nnswer
those questions. Meantime Mr .Roger*
Is thinking that he would have saved
himself lots of trouble liy forgetting as j
much ft3 those othtT fellows did.
It is wjdcrstooil that President
Roosevelt wants a cnnal constructed
from New Y rk to* Oregon. It might
be a good Idea for him to wult, though,
until he sees the finish uf that one from
Panama to Colon.
71i? HENRY JCHROEDER.
Sms™, ^cmdt^*v P„
ru-na a Household Friend.
Mr. Henry Schroeder, Route 2, Napoleon, O.. writes .
I suffered for almost ten years with catarrh of the stomach and all
doctorint? was of no avail.
I took nine bottles of Per una and two of M una I in and am now entirely
"I recommend the mcdlcine to all who arc afflicted with this disease.
It is my household friend.Henry Schroeder.
Pe-ru-na Always on Hand.
Mr. Prod Srhnell, Lakeview, Erie Co.,
N. Y., writes:
"I had been a sufferer for more than
thirty year* with catarrh of the Intes-
tine". I had used a great deal of modi-
cine to no avail, so I decidod to try
Peruna. . - - -
•/ have now used thirteen bottle* humanity.
. -1... ,1.1!.., raj that.
Pe-ru-na a Necessity in the Homo.
J. It. Alexander, Publisher of the
"Fruit and Floral Guide, A Magazine
of Horticulture," published in Hartford
City, Ind., §aysof Peruna:
"I was alllietfld with catarrh of the
throat and hftftd for over ton year*. I
wan treated by many physicians, but
jjrew worse until I win seldom able to
go out ill cold-weather. i Thave'nomore trouble- / always keep
"Aboutone y. «r a«o I was advised 10; Peruna on hand."-Fred. Schnell.
try Peruna, which 1 did, and 1 ant now ,|.|1U p,,,,pi„ generally are very much
entirely well of the catarrh. misinformed us to the nature of catarrh.
••Peruna Is a necessity In our home. I to h« enn-
W'lth the first „ mptoms of a cold we ' atarrh Is usually believed to be eon
use it. and arc never afflicted with ca- lined to t e bead, nose and throat. I.at
tarrh. K'fly w
"I advise all who are afflicted with th
catarrh to try Peruna. There is cor
and can give you the joyful tidings that
Had Catarrh Thirty Tears.—Pe-ru-na
Mr. Gustav M. Schmidt, Spring Valley,
441 had catarrh of the head and throat
for over thirty years. It becamo worno
"Aboutthree months apol commenced
to tako Peruna and Manalin, and now I
&m entirely cured of that troublesome
sickness. Your medicine is surely a
blessing to mankind.
44 You can truly say that you have not
lived in vain. Doctor, and 1 thank you
for the good you have done me. May
you enjoy a long life to help suffering
" -Gustav M. Schmidt.
A. Farmer's Talk to Farmers.
tuinly nothing equal to it us
medicine."—J. B. Alexander.
As Congressman Long worth Is a
constant playt'r upon the violin, it Is
now easy to understand why his neigh-1 P''1
hjirs are so enthusiastic over UU com-1
lag marriage. He won't have time to
play the violin then.
Po-ru-na is a Systemic Remedy.
If Peruna will cure catarrh in one
•, it will cure it in any other place,
because it is a systemic remedy.
Dr. Hartman Makes Personal Use of
In speaking of his own personal nse
of Peruna, Dr. Hartman says:
"For a number of years my profos-
.10 Ueau, nose ana uimai. 1 «ional duties have compelled mo to be
ierly wo some limes hear of catarrh of . much on the road, traveling long dis-
tho stomach lad catarrh of the bladder, tanees by rail, night and day, exposed
Seldom if ever, do we hear of catarrh of ! to all kinds of vicissitudes, sleeping and
any other organs. (eating in different hotels continually,
It is not because thee organs are not and through it all I liavo preserved my-
subject to catarrh, nor that catarrh of j self from any derangement of the body
these organs is not a very common dls-1 resulting from catching cold.
ease, but simply because It Is not gener-: "At the slightest evidence of a eold, a
ally known that affections of these few doses of Peruna invariably checked
organs uiay be due to catarrh, i it,"
Before Dr. Hartman began the study
of medicine ho was a farmer boy. He
was brought up on a farm in Southern
lie belonged to that industrial, suc-
cessful class of farmers known as the •" "corn
Pennsylvania Dutch, the bc,t 'armers "P^. '
in the world. Tin' sensible farmer does not think of
It was here that he early learned the eutting ofl the tops of weeds to kill
lesson of pulling obnoxious things out' ■*
by the roots.
Dr. Hartman's Method of Treating
Naturally, when ho began the study
of medicine his mind turned instinctive-
ly toward the removing of causcs. lie
could not content himself with doctor-
ing aymptoms any more than his enter-
prising father could have contented
At Work on the Farm.—Praises
Jeo. H. Thump-on, Raleigh, Miss..
" 1 have haen cured of catarrh by your
medicines, Peruna and Manalin. I had
been affected with catarrh of the
stomach about all my life, nod wo
takon bad every spring and summer
" I used scvernl kinds of patent medi-
cines, but they did me no good. I then
took a treatment under an >!. D., which
did mo but little good. By this time I
had got where I could eat nothing but
In other words, Dr. Hartman ap- L little soup. I had severe pains, had
plied the common sense of the practical 1()gt in we|gi,t and could not do any-
iarmer to medicine, and after much ,lltn
I began talcing your medicines,
Pernna and Manalin. 1 then weighed
126 pounds, but after taking 17 bottles
of Peruna and oiw bottle of Manalin, I
w eighed ltti pounds.
*•1 am now at work on the farm and
feel well all of the time. I eat all I
diseases, believing that obnoxious symp-
toms would disappear if the cause of the
disease was removed.
them. He pulls them up by the roots.
Dr. Kartnian Interested in Faming.
Notwithstanding Dr. Hartman's bus7 „mMM ....
professional career, he still continues to i want to and my friends say that I look
bo interested in farming. Ho is the better than ever before. I will ever
owner and manager of oneof the largest praise Peruna for Its heahng power.
farms in the Stale of Ohio, with several Oeo. H. fhompson.
thousand acres of the best tilled land in M „ ,fl modern np.to.dat,
the Middle West, .nd with hundreds c , ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ Jn iipfion
prisms 1UII.C1 X""'" " '« the best blooded perc eron lorse j and sure to overcome constipation. It
himself by pulling off the tops of weeds imported or raised in this country. ls an enicient cathartic f.,r adults and
to eradicate them from tho soil. j Dr. Hartman relies upon Peruna e " „hildren tlU<0 n r(.adilyi Pull directions
The Doctor turned his attention early tirely in case of sickasss in his own tt(,eompany each bottle.
*** science of removing the cause of 1 family* ^
i Stafford of the Oklaluuuan may be ex- twtos, who are hunt'°B , h"me"
. . f , pected to arise now and spoak a few whore no questions will be asked and
Senator Piatt says that he feels -Kansas City Times. I where the conscience may not be
graatly hurt at those cruel criticisms | pricked continually. It is quite the
being heaps*! upon him. The public.' .lUuatches from "i""1 hopeful «lgn for Democracy,
however, will Had it hard to believe ^ t ' ' . Texas morality and real religion that has ap-
that he is hurt much so long as he 1. Washington thai he c dm , f Kx.s ^ ^ ^ ^ 9ome t,me
to give the news as plainly and truth- Hons might unite and come together in
.... lli4, „ «kill pariy form. His uomiuarion is rec-
fully as possible wit has little offense
oRnized ut 1
as possible. He also shields many a |t|Ni
ainonK tin- posBibil-
of the town I
able to sit up and hold on to his job.
against tho federal government for • ar0 mov;ng. Keep up (man who "dasaent." If you do he Is
frontier defense ami for other things > stahles likely to demonstrate very forcibly
Alfred Henry Lewis has an interest-
j .«-i i ho cleaning of the Augean stables
i„ Tint includcjl In the urgency deflcl-
Alfred nenry ix?win una « i,,,v"v*v
lag story In the February number of |ma(,e that' The Chicago Record-Herald asks to
i^teh^r^slatlor^wUdrawsthe this claim 1« not supposed to bo urgent. "what is th™ Improvement in the gov
Biaienoou itfBioiut.wu. tUlx m n in WashInaton nnUn^.c and reD lei
homo that the gossips
would gladly ruin, he often keeps1 Frank (>. Lowden, who has announced
quiet when the whole world wonders iiis candidacy to succeed Congressman
... ' Hiti. who is to retire at the end of his
why he does .but never play him as a ^ lg a Slln.|n.lnw of lhe „lt0
(leorge M. Pullman, the car manufac-
forclbly turer. Mr. Lowden wiie an unsuccessful
candidate for th«> republican nomination
for governor of Illinois two years ago.
picture of the Arizona* attitude and
shows up the influence wielded by
Herein the wise men In Washington
are at fault. We have been talking
about the "good condition of the state,
financially," and this elaim is included
In the supposed assets which make the
condition, good. "We need the money,
Secretary Shaw has written a letter
to Mr. Jacob SchifT in which he points
out the errors of Wall street's curren- says the DallaU News.
cy views. Mr. Shaw need not hope
1 hereafter for the support of Wall atreet "We are In the hands of the tariff
In his campaign for tho presidential robbers." saiif John Sharp Williams,
. nomination Democratic leader in the house of rep-
. - resentatives, "and it Is the part of coin-
President Caceros insists that he mon sense to get off with as little rob-
■ will resign the presidency of Santo l>e,y as we can. I argue that there
Domingo, This confirms the popular should be no tariff between these he
finplclon that Morales swipe* all the Philippine) islands and the United
coin of the Island when he jumped his States, but because 1 believe that murt
Job. There's nothing In the presidency I throw away my chances to get what
down there now. th«ra U ns low p08S'b1^
__________ I If I am held up by a highwayman who
demands $100, but finally ofTers to take
$20, shall 1 refuse to give hitn the $20
be robbed of the $100?"
ernment's finances due?" and repliey
art follows: "In part to reduction in
military and other expenditures, but
principally to large Increases In re-
ceipts from ciiBtuans and internal rev-
enue sources. During January the ex-
penditures were about $2,750,000 less
than for the same month last year,
while the income was much larger. The
gain In customs receipts alone over
Junuary, 1905, was over $4,500,000."
That this increase Is not a m«re acci-
dent ls indicated by the fact that .since
July 1 last the cuHtoms receipts have
exceeded those of the corresponding
ported of last eyar by $22,500,000. The
gain has been continuous and normal,
^n I no reaction is anticipated "t this
Clarence Douglass In his Muskogee
Phoenix is attacking the antl-McOulre
nepubllcan leaders by giving credence an *
lo n story that they control lhe Okla-
homa City Oklahoman, ;m<l by alleg- Wo have a greit many exiles in
lng that the Oklahoman is seeking to America wbo we:e banished from their
defeat statehood in order to destroy native lands becuise of political oi-
Delegate McGuire. This is a long way lenses. Public scorn and social
around, but Douglass finally has caH cl-m
his political fortune with the McGuire aide
Kepublit.ua> in Oklahoma Editor Roy loins
likely to demonstrate very
that he "dast."—Mason, Iowa, Demo-
CHAMPIONS OUR INTERESTS.
The Senate listened with rapt at-
tention to the speech of Senator
Bailey of Texas, made in answer to
one by Senator Patterson of Colorado
objecting to the control of senators
by party caucus.
friends declare this speech to be the
strongest of his career. He complete-
ly annihilated his opponent, who
showed himself unworthy of his steel.
Mr. Patterson contended, 111 the main,
that a senator has a right to follow
the dictates of his conscience rather
than lhe demands of his party in all
I Mayor David S. Hose has announced
I Iiis candidacy for the Ilfih term «m mayor
of Milwaukee. Mayor Rose "made Mll-
! waukee famous" by coming out for the
I democratic presidential nomination two
i years ago.
The Municipal Ownership league of
Senator Ilailey s «-" '« "s nominated a full ticket to be
- * ' - - - — mlng -election In that
THE EDITOR WHO "DASSENT."
A whole lot of people seem to ini- sllou](1 Jjoid themselves responsible I Whenever tf.me ambitious politician
ag ue thai the editor keeps certain . ^ confessed him-1 ootes diss.MlsHed with the editorial
Ihings on, of lhe paper jus. because ! f ^ ^ # ^ conten(llnK ,bsi ' ^ ^ «r^t • ,
he "dji sent publish anything that I mn„ be \ n°uly to l'atnth an utgan that he and his
voted for at th -
territorial press. Thire is not a nev
paper man in the territory but
knows what ii means to have a bunch of
disgru ltled politicians break into his field
with an "organ" for which there is no
other excuse for its publication than to
boost some pisheaded statesman into
political fame: and the politician
,"s- j erative union of America, which has
•ho I -000 local unions in Oklahoma and Indian
Territory. and lodges throughout th
south and west, will began an actlv*
fight against price juggling by specula-
tors February 2i. The date was selected
because of tho Washingtonian spirit
freedom wlflch is supposed to be
poiuicai lainr. uii"
are behind the new dally at Oklahoma strongly f«-lt upon that day.
. _ .. t t .... ... • i .. A r>nw.l a in ti t inn him hp^ll
City will find the republican press of '.I
territory deserting their political craft
lik«> rat< from a sinking ship.
The pn.ple of Oklahoma City are ac-
accre<Vr- ' with their whole share of
business judgment, and it Is dougtful if
the a! >on "Buttinski" will meet with
a pleasant look in a commercial way.
If the Times-Journal has cast its lot
with Impossible political leaders (and
what newspaper hasn't at times followed
some false god?) it wftl in time right
proclamation has been Issued by S
O. Dawes state president, from Shawne«
declaring Washington's birthday s
"Farmers' Independence Day." and each
local union will hold a meeting and the
scale of prices, as decided at the national
convention of farmers held In Texarkana.
December 6. 1905, will be read and adopt-
At the national meeting It will b«
agreed that the farmer has the right to
price his own products, that such prices
Itself without the assistance of an- shall be uniform all
other republican afternoon «r morning
El Reno American: The Times-Journ-
al refuses to get excited over the rumor,
that a new republican afternoon paper Is
Luau iuc ucium.ua w. soon to be started In Oklahoma City.
matters regarding which the two may 1 The plaut and machinery are one of the
I least valuable assets of a newspaper of-
confllct. flco and |t wouu require an outlay of
iMr. Hailey's reply was based upon $100,000. together with years of hard
tho theory that all senators are under I work and capable business management
tU ~ to build up another newspaper in Okla-
obligations to obey conscience rather honia CUy wUh tho lnfluenoo thilt olth.
than caucus, but that when in doing or phe Times-Journal or the Oklahoman
so they antagonize their party they now enjoys.
should hold themselves responsible] Whenev^v rr-m
concerns certain people. Mistake. No
editor with backbone and there are
qultl a few wit't much more backbone
ire banishing from our lnhospit-1 than paople give ihem credit for will
shores quite a bunch of our cap-1 keep things out of the paper because
„• industry, life insurance mag-1 he "dassent" publish them. No ties
fifty Ifozircs Sistndstrsi
me ^ ^
W® m hlv 1
the majority in any party must be j
| permitted to prescribe party policy, | political
always leaving the individual the right
to leave a party with which he affili-
iates. He suggested i! Patterson was
not willing to follow the dictates of
, the caucus lie leave the Democratic
I part y.
Senat )r Patterson was unfortunate
in that his record showed that he had
been present and participated in tho
Democratic caucus in 1903 in which
the rule bin ling Democratic senators
by a two-third vote of the caucus had
Patterson it seems has been a very
. warm friend and admirer of President
correctly, what not, to put in the «a«,ov prnrpsaed ni«
Roosevelt and Bailey expresseu nis
Among those things are the
innocent little children of the brutal
husband, who, mercilessly beats his in-
•gan that h
rontrol. Such a
nts to anything
falls to stir up
city where bur-
paper at Oklahoma City.
SUIT AGAINST THE CITV
Mrs. Catherine Markwardt, the own
er of a ten-acre farm just north of the
city of Guthrie, has appealed to the
Oklahoma supreme court h<-r suit
against the city, asking $3,000 damages
because the city's sewer system was
connected with the Cottonwood river,
that the river water was ren-1 with gi
kinship or busi-
jness will prevent the average sensible
editor from publishing the news. No
I club that any church, lodge, clique or
jbusnless interest may threaten to
j wing over him will keep him from
| publishing legitimate news If he is any
■ man at all. But there are a few things
that the average man does not consid-
er when he is figuring out what, or
*3 at the la
slon, and the
p Its toes to th
•If in the hand
who runs It o
osting for soni
| offensive wife, or the faithless wife
I who openly violate
opinion that the President must have
used very persuasive arguments lo
secure the support of Mr. Patterson,
' stating that the President could roar
her marriage _ ... „
and exposes her shame to the
like a lion and also coo like a dovt
<>f tile politlclal pr
orgun either turi
daisies or else finds it:
of some newspaper ma
a broader basis than I
The pol'ixlan who cannot facs the
of the American press will
a short time In the arena.
jet is such as to meet with
I of an always critical pub-
\ he needs no personal organ; and If
s movements will not bear a close
•rutlny, a change of personal organs
• political domain will
The launching of a third dally news-
per In Oklahoma City should not and
111 not meet with the approval of the
If his cond
I - ... „ T, ; and that he applied honey to the Demo'
pltl ess scorn of the community. The .
,, , . i rats and waved a hig stick over im
rascal who preaches his honesty, beats i
... ., - t.m | Republicans.
his creditors wUh impunity and other- th6 stronges „ f
conducts himself in a manner 1 ' . , JUII CI CI 3 HeartDisease.no
, criticism in the pres. 1. ' and hi"B . , mailer ot how lougstandin
T ■ • and in close proximity to | ,
i that d'
SWsmsHg From Grapes
In any case of Can-
cer or Tumor, inter
"en i ^iiffprprc a ' l>xternal-
0l,s | 3UTleicrS Heart Disea
matter ot how —„
Ihlelded from exposure because I" """ laI|V chronic stoma eli trouble, I
i, honorable father and Oklahoma, has many warm friends and | S(.nd „u. meuns of Home
dered useless for live stock and that
the stream has become a menace to
health. She lost the case in the lower
From Noble county la appealed the ,,
suit of H. B. Bullen vs. The Arkansas
Valley & Western Railroad company, lit
In the lower court Bullen demanded lu
$7,200 damages from the company, al-
leging that the railroad wa.s construct
dong a business street, in front of I '
his lumber yard at Perry, damaging pr
property and his business to that |
extent. i ke
From Garfi Id county is appealed j th
the case of T. an:l H. Smltfi & Com- j 1
piny, of Pe';in, Illinois1 vs. Frank Thes-
mann, wherein the company seeks to
recover the sum of $1,230.50 for a bill
of merchandise alleged to have been
sold to Thesmann.
The case of C. W. and Ida F. Martin
vs. Charles Gassert is appealed from
Noble county. In the district court he
secured a judgment against the Mar-
tins for $1,084.14 on a promissory note
and for the foreclosure of a mortgage
beat. No. 2 red, pei
1, per to:
irn, per tot
>ed, per ton
over the nation, ex-
as governed by freight rates for
moving to market, and that no union
farmer shall sell for leas, under any con-
The following is taken from the letter
of Instruction issued to the members of
In accordance of that concurrence of
opinion, the delegates from every state
of the south and west, suid some of the
northern states, agree on a schedule of
of prices and adopted that schedule
with a resolution calling on every farmer
In the United States and especially In the
Farmers' union to hold their farm pro-
ducts for that schedule of prices, and to
which flows near her home, and she 1 not sell for lees. The prices are here-
and you are earnestly re-
endorse them and pledge
•If by resolution to stand by them:
, alive, per cwt., $fi.50 to 0.00
e, alive, per cwt.. $5.00 to .. r,.oo
• plan outlined to maintain these
h Is to sell any time you can get
prices and to refuse to sell when
are offered l -ss, regardless of mar-
quotations. To aid in maintaining
urged to organize a
ry falrslzed 'own In
unty; and to place a manager In
charge of suchclearlng house to sell your
product for you at the top notehof mar-
ket Quotations. Have all the farmers
make out a list of all the produce they
will have to sell and leave it with your
manager, as soon as he has a place to do
business in, then have him find a mar-
ket for this produce and sell all your
produce through him. Arrange to col-
lect a small commission, say two to five
per cent., on every dollar'sworth of goods
sold for each farmer through the clearing
house, and place that commission In a
fund to pay the Incidental expense* of
i the clearing house, such
L. A. Biggere appeals from the dis-1 gaiary, rent „r otflee,
trict court of Garfield county his suit
against the board of county commis-
sioners, wherein he seeks to recover a
sum of $82.40, which he claims to have
or erroneously paid the county treasurer
void tax sale.
he has an a
j Christian mother living in the com-
1 niunity who would read the truth
should it be told about their son. And
i why should lhe newspaper humiliate
[that young girl or her manly young
brother by publishing the truth about
their disreputable father, n erely to
punish the otd man, A thought flashes
through a sensible editor's head be-
fore he allows anything of the kind to
be published In his columns. He seeks
admirers in the territory, whose inter- Treiltment and cure.
ready to champion.
among the politicians.
The mention of Congressman Nicholas
Longworth for he republican nomination
for governor of Ohio Is meeting with
considerable approval from the press of
the Buckeye .*tate. While his public
record does not measure op to the high
standard of preyJou* governors of that
state, he is ivctijpiised as a dsslreable
compromise on whoiu u e various fac-
St0Lte Your Case. Tell me
where you receive your mail.
Send rvo money Enclose
three 2 cent stamps to pay pos-
tage, and address,
DR.JW. H. GUNN,
Bos 1198. Oklahoma City, Okla
FARMERS GROWING ACTIVE
Organization to Fix Values
Of Products and Stick
The Indiahoma state union has Issued
an appeal to the farmers of Oklahoma
and Indian Territory.
The Farmers* Educational and Co-op-
tting up s
advertising expense, etc. Such a clear-
ing house well conducted and conducted
solely In the interest of the farmers, will
soon extend Its usefulness and enable the
farmers to get the standard scale of
prices that are here given and that must
be maintained. Do not soil for less.
ig house established as
send to your state sec-
uphlet on how to organ-
and systematically and
control the markets In
your own town, and you will soon control
them all over the world. And with this
foreword you are onco more urged to
use your best endeavors from now until
April 1, 1006, to get every reputable
farmer of your acquaintance to become a
membor of this great Industrial, educa-
tional and co-operative organisation^
Most respectively submitted.
soon as p(
begin at i
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