Oklahoma Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 19, 1901 Page: 7 of 8
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THI LEAOER, GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1901.
A\cgetable Preparalionlor As
ling die Stomachs and Bowels of
Opium,Morphine nor Mineral
A*yt afOU.JlrS.IKl TL PITCHER
fitntfJcut Set J -
Rotkell* SmlU -
stlUAr Seed +
A perfect Remedy for Conslipa-
Tjon, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish-
ness and Loss of Sleep.
Facsimile Signature oF
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
I Grat County News: Tho ltepubii
can party of Oklahoma is in a torry
plight. The disgraceful conduct of
officials and the bitter factional tights
j make Oklahoma a target often tired
on and seldom missed. Statehood is
| the only remedy which will relieve the
| people from the grasp of the greedy
i political grafters now in control.
j Kingfisher Free Press: Why would-
j n't it be the thing to do, now that so
j many contradictory stores have been
told about it, to give that alleged j
I sanitarium Jenkins Jobes-contract to
j the newspapers. A certified copy of |
i It is said to be in the Guthrie National
1 hank vault, and persons who claim to
! have seen It, assert that it does not
I comport with statements which have j
| been made concerning Its contents.!
| The literal reproduction of that inter
j «3ting document would settle some
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S S I OVES TO BURN *
But He W o villi Rather You Would Burn Them. &
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER
V YORK CITY.
NEW YORK TRIBUNE FARMER.
A NEW OLD PAPER.
For sixty years the New York Weekly Tribune has been a national
weekly newspaper, read almost entirely by farmers, and has enjoyed the
confidence and support of the American people to a degree never attained by
rnv similar publication.
The New York Tribune Farmer
10 made absolutely for farmers and their families. The first number was
issued November 7th, 1901.
Every department of agricultural industry is covered by special con-
tributors who are leaders in their respective lines, and the Tribune Farmer
will be in every sense a High class, up to date, live, enterprising agricultural
paper, profusely illustrated with pictures of live stock, model farm buildings
an4 homes, agricultural machinery, etc.
Farmers' wives, sons and daughters will find special pages for their en-
Regular price, $1.00 per year, but you can Duy it with your favorite
home weekly newspaper. The Oklahoma Leader one year for $1.25.
Newkirk Republican News-Jouniel:
j We hate to divulge it but earnestly
j believe that statehood will be a bur-
j den to the 26 agricultural counties eon-
jstituting Oklahoma, hence we believe
in single statehood, one large state of
| both territories.
j Tecumseh Standard: Ever and
! anon the faint, far-off cry, like th<i
! wail of a lost soul, or the howl of the
| last lone wolf on Unalaska's shor?,
| comes treinbling athwart the ambient
J are demanding the reorganization of.
| the Democratic party. From whence
this cry cometh no one can tell, but'
| it passes on and Is lost in the echoless ;
I hills. It is hard to understand why,
j any one, even the most diabolical idiot,
j should think for a moment that the
| Democratic party is not organized
and very much alive and alert. If it
is not organized, how can it be re-
Send your subscriptions and money to The Leader, Guthrie, Oklahoma.
Send your name and address to the New York Tribune Farmer, New
York City, and a free sample copy will be mailed to you.
WHAT MAKfcS ME SMILE!
From a Hotel Landlord.
| Dear Sirs:—I had no faith in testi
monials or advertised medicines un
til I took Dr. Caldwell'3 Syrup Pepsin,
my attention being called to it by a
letter from some one who had been
cured of what he called ch'onic con-
stipation. and I began taking it for
my case. If any one who reads this
has Constipation or Stomach Trouble,
I earnestly recommend Dr. Caldwell's
Syrup Pepsin. My one experience
and complete cure prompts me to
promise that you will find it will do
all that is claimed for it. Resp.,
L. D. Gurnee,
Prop. Hotel Paris, Dubuque, Iowa.
Sold by F. B. Lillie & Co.
STOVES AND HARDWARE
ave •iiime (it tii
beati-rs. burn i<>.i
wood, niclii I rim*, i
ests and door piai
verv fancy pattern. I
an t t lit* best t hint; m 11 t
kind manufactured. It will
|>le.is ■ us tn uavt \ iiti
lunula nee of
I lie 11 immii'tis,
I lie finest line of stet
ranges iu Oklahoma. They
have all the latest improve
iiients and modern conven-
iences. The high warming
closet The best cold
I steel, asbestos lined,
immense oven, patent bal'
a nee door See them.
Hill I ny.
The Price Is Right.
CU I LERY
We .ii o carry a full
bro t-iily complet
(looda and Cutlery. We luivt
H \ ti
lie i ret 11
tiuthrie li t ■ been
received bv u
O.i II and see
Here is a Cracker.Jack.
A 3 Bladed Beauty
it rv. Thev .ii
Save Money—Shave Yourself.
A m in un it ion
ii i v(
rels of it.
whirl. We will
tre.it V->u "ight
r i! it
The Best of its Kind.
If Hirschi sa\s its good,
Its the truih.
jLm. THirsctri •
Guthrie's Leading Hardware Merchant
PRESIDEN TRIPLEY TALKS
ON PASS REGULATIONS.
I CLAIMS A BIG SHARE OF MONEY.
; Ottawa, Kas., Man Interested in Nor-
j Ottawa, Kas., Dec. 14.—E. W. Dowd,
a real estate dealer of Ottawa, as-
serts that if Madam Nordica, the
i singer, wins her suit against the gov-
renment for a sum between $3,000,000
You would smile too if you had had the an(1 $4,000,000, he will come in for a
Is "nd Fever> and after trying vari- share of the money. Madam Nordica's
ons Chill Tonics and had finally been ad- claim is for money paid the United
vised by a friend to use Scuaap'S Taste- States by the French government for
less Chill Cure. j "le destruction of ships that belonged
j to Ichaboa Norton, an ancestor. The
It is the remedy for Chills and Fever, money, it is said, has never been paid
Dumb Ague, La Grippe, and all ailments over to Nolton's heirs.
due to malaria. It is guaranteed to cure ! Ithabo(1 Morton was the grandfather
or money refunded. Your druggist sells °' grandmother. according to
. . „ a record in Dowd's possession. Dowd \ that it is certain to be terminated.
Rfc 1 or (.floe, an will furnish you says jje ^as always known of a claim | "As far as the Santa Fe is concern-
free, a sample dose of Schaap s Vegetable that his family held agains tthe gov <'d, I can say that tnere will be no
Liver Peas. Prepared by John Schaap, ernment, but had never made any ef-1 change in the issuance of passes for
Santa Fe Not to Make Any Changes
While in Guthrie a fe wdays ago
President E. P. Ripley of the Santa
Fe, in conversation with the Leader
made some very interesting and im-
portant statements concerning tha
policy of the Santa Fe relative to the
issuance of free passes.
"Eastern roads," said Mr. Ripley,
"have finally gotten together on an
anti pass agreement. From what I
know of the arrangements which have
been made, I should say that the
agreement would hold, and that the
day of free passes in the east is about
"As to the Santa Fe, it, with other
western lines, will have to wait awhile
before we can stand together on an
anti-pass agreement. The west is
young yet, and the roads are not
bound together as strongly as they
are in the east.
' I anticipate, however, that within n
comparatively short time, the issu-
ance of free passes ,an dthe inter-
change of passes between western
roads, will stop. Indeed, I believe
AN UN APPRECIATIVE PARTY.
Charges against public officials iu
Oklahoma are altogether too common.
In all these Republican wrangles,
Democrats have steadfastly held aloof.
Charges against Republican officials
liave been made by Republicans.
THE X-RAY INSTITUTE
Dr. John Waldorf Kekii lias just 10-
For turned from Chicago, where he spent
weeks a mean fight was waged against two weeks in studying tho practical
Chief Justice Burford. The Leader
t HOLIDAY EXCURSION RATES
TO THE SOUTHEAST
And all points in Illinois. Iowa, Wisconsin, Minnesota,
North and South Dakota, Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas, Ne-
braska, and Colcado.
GOOD TO RETURN 30 DAYS FROM DATE
Chair Cars, seats free
Home for Christmas
Over thejiew route
Call on your ticket asrent for full information
Tickets on sale December 21, 22 and 25, 1901
At all principal stations
Without transfer at Memphis
O ur service
Texas to all points in the southeast
For further inform itinn write to John V. Tedford, Trav.
n ?? Oklahoma City. K, D. Rodgers, Trav. Pass. A^t.
Dallas, '1 exos. Geo. H. Lee, Gen. Pass and Tkt. Agent., Little
fort to collect it. J 1902. We will follow the same old
Another Kansas heir and relative of j line trying, of course, to hold down
Nordica is Mrs. J. D. Bowersock, of the number of free passes as far as
Lawrence. Mrs. Bowersock and ' possible. As to when we will be able
Dowd's mother are cousins. Dowd to institute anti-pass rules similar to
says there are several other heirs in those in the eact, I am unable to say.
The action of eastern roads will have
great influence with the west in bring-
ing about an abolition of the wholesale
distribution of passes."
There is a well founded story in
You and we are both insured agatnst
loss, for the manufacturers agree to
refund the purchase price if you do I circulation at the Santa Fe offices
not realize what they claim for Dr. j that President Ripley recently ad-
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin in cases of \ dressed some very pointed letters on
Constipation, Indigestion. 8ick Head-1'he subject of free passes to some of
ache or Stomach Troubles. Sold by; the officials of the road here. Mr.
| F. B. Lillie & Co.
Attorney McLoud Says Actual Work
Will Begin in Thirty Days.
! J. W. McLoud, the general solicitor
Ripley notified these officials that too
many orders for transportation were
emanating from their departments,
and that during the coming year there
would have to be a scaling down in
When asked to say whether or not
is not defending Republican officiate.
If they are driven to the extremity
of requiring defense they can obtain
it from papers of their own faith. But
the Leader cites the case of Justice
Burford as an instance. Burford re
quires no defense. He is not a R
publican judge nor a Democratic
judge, but an impartial one. Burford
can never be accused of ladling out
unfair political justice, yet despite
Burford's clean record he has been
publicly attacked by men in his own
party. These things hurt the terrl-
j tory. In the light of Jenkins' remov-
al is it fair to presume Burford would
j have received a reappointment had
his record been tarnished ? The
judiciary, of all things should be free
from ungrounded attacks. Burford i
has been identified with the Okla J
homa bench for twelve years; he has |
written much of the law and cured
more than half. Some of his decis-
ions are authority. He has done the
territory good. Such men as Burforl
should not suffer the attacks of po j
litical bootleggers. Of course, thr Enid Wave: The impression ha.1
Leader would like to see a Democrat- gone abroad in the land that nearly
ic chief justice. But since this can every governor the territory has had
not be, we are unable to see where has been removed, when the facts arc-
good can flow from turning down that all have served the full terms fot
tried Republican officials for Republi- which they have been appointed ex
can brigands. What surprises us Is cept Steele who voluntarily resigned,
that Republican politicians and papers and Jenkins who was bounced.
do not appreciate the worth of men |
like Burfoid—men who adhere strict-
ly to their duty, who have no political
business irons in the fire, and who
give to Uncle Sam I he full measure
of their time, ability and education,
application of the X-ray treatment.
It la necessary for every upto-date-
doctor to go to the large clinics onco
or twice a year to keep abreast witb
the latest methods discovered in his
profession. In his new office the doc-
tor has all the apparatus to cure
Varicocele, Paralysis, Consumption,.
Cancer, Nervous and Sexual DebJUty
and Blood Poisoning. In order to-
convince patients that he has an ab
solute cure for Asthma he will offer
to sufferers a free sample ibotllej
Call or write and enclose 10 cents for
postage and apeking. Symptom
blanks will be sent to out of town pa
tients. Address, X-Ray Institute, 118-
E. Oklahoma avenue, Guthrie, Okla.
Hours, 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4 p. mi.
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin Is
pleasant to take. It is a pleasant
laxative. Sold by F. B. Lillie & Co.
Enid Coming Events: If Dennis
Flynn desires the friendship and sup-
port of the city of Enid he had best
keep his finger out of the contest
over the Enid postoffice.
Garfield County Democrat: No, we
do not believe that sanitarium stock:
is quoted over at Ford Chapman'?.
Board of Trade. But the tendency is
downward and we would not advise
our friends to invest in it at this time.
j of the Choctaw railroad spent Satur- j this report is true, Mr. Ripley avoided
j day in this city in consultation with a direct answer. eH said:
1 the board of directors and made a "There will be no change in the
| definite proposition which brings the policy of the road concerning the is
Choctaw road Into this city and work suance of passes this year. I do not
J will be commenced within thirty days, konw that any other statement can
| A mass meeting of the business be made than this."
men of Guthrie is called for Tuesday
EXPORTATION of COTTON-
The United States exported in January, 1900, 719,862
Bales of Domestic Gotton. January, 1901, 717,327
Bales of Domestic Gotten. January, 1902,
Bales of Domestic Gotton ?
Don't Do It.
night at 7:30 o'clock at the Guthrie!
Commercial club rooms.
This is a ver yimportant meeting Do not take Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
and the merchants and business men Pepsin unless you have Constipation,
are urged to attend. Indigestion, Sick Headache or some
; form of Stomach Trouble, such as
A lazy liver makes a lazy man. Bur- Dycpepsia. Biliousness or Heartburn,
dock Blood Bitters is the natural, for these are what It Is guaranteed to
never failing remedy for a lazy liver. ! cure. Sold by F. B. Lillie & Co.
CAN YOU FILL BLANK SPACE ti (
CASH FOR THOSE WHO CAN. <
VH.3REIT RSIS DDI7CQ If a tie occurs the value of prizes tied
I Kflll rfll£Eat# for will be equally divided among con-
==^===== testants whose estimate forms such tie.
Contest opens October 1,1901, and closes January 51,1902. Particulars free
from U9 or your druggist. Sooner you get them the better for you. Don't delay.
THACHER MEDICINE COMPANY, Chattanooga, Tend.
Manufacturers of DR. THACHER'S LIVER AHD BLOOD SYRUP.
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