The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 36, No. 115, Ed. 1 Monday, May 1, 1911 Page: 2 of 8
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THF LEADER QUTH3&B ORLA.. MONDAY MAT 1. 1011.
Hood's Sarsaparilla mil
hat puts a new life into your veins a new strength into your musics
i new JightneSs into your step; makes you feel better look better eat
ind sleep better; strengthens your shoulders for the burdens they must
; and makes the hardest work lighter and the darkest day brighter.
There is absolutely nothing like it for building up the whoe system.
Every claim that is made for it is verified over and over again by ac
experience with it. It is the medicine that makes a new person of
gives you vitality vigor and vim makes you well.
Hood's Sarsaparilla effects its wonderful cures not simply becaus
contains sarsaparilla but because it is composed of more than twenty g
Roots Kerbs Barks
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nu it 1 1 Bl !
Heavy Abandonid Acreage Shown Kansas City Park Expert Ad
I By Board of Agriculture vises Development ot Guthrie
! Monthly Bulletin I Park System
rendition "l wheat but n vt-r
.. ki miotic! iicreasr. is hIiokii
i-oara ot agriculture issued today.
1 I e general condition of wheal over
it lie slate is reported as lir. per cent
.nu! the ercentaRe ol tile wheat
iirreage abandoned as 41. The most
h tnarkaiilc showing of the bulletin
in connection with the wheat crop
is an a'lai.iloned acreage of 100 per
rent in Woods count v which is usual-
-so combined and so proportioned as to be raised to their hig-hest efficiency.
These specifics are the very remedies that successful physicians pre-
scribe for diseases of the Blorift Stomach Liver Kidneys and bowe's and
for low or run-down condition of the system; but they are not all found
in any other medicine.
Be sure to take Hood's this spring. Tn usual liquid form or choco-
lated tablets called Sarsatabs. 100 Doses $1. Accept no substitute but
insist on having Hood's and get it today. Sold by all druggists.
0 OOO 0000 00006 OOO Ol DRY FARMING
m rncon lunua U- a rpP lal to n.'iiiy
0 THE TOWN O
The Fiic Underwriters' association
la after tire Chief Mark Kesler ot
Oklahoma City. The charge is made
that Chief Kesler is not "energetic
e rough '
Thest Will Be The Candidates
In the event of the adoption of the
charter the following will be candi-
dates fc the cominissionerships:
("has. Renfro Harry Ardery N. M.
Carter. V. C. Cues F. E. Buck Wm.
pnrlock. V. S. Spencer T. J. Tay-
i;r John L- Calvert James Kirk wood
Councilman Dunham W. H. Coyle K.
A. Gaffncy. Jack Sexlas A. H. Boles
A. O. C. Bierer.
Wants Indian Hospital.
Lieut. Krnesi Stacker of the Kiowa
Comanche and Apache reservation
ha tanked the Indian office for pertris
ftlon to go to Washington to urge the
construction of an. Indian hosipital
at 1'nvton in order that tPJSjDoma
and consumptive victim uiay be iso
lated and thus prevent the spread of
those much dreaded diseases among
the Indians and whites of Western
Oklahoma. The work Is an important
one and it is proposed to use Indl-
qn money with which to construct
the hospital If the Intertior depart-
ment an be Induced to K the un-
dertaking. Representative Ferria is
looking after the matter in congress
but expresses the tear that nothing
can be done at the extra sessinon ot
congress because thre is no author
Ity tor the Indian committee to pro-
ceed to business during the present
bWO-A NEW FROCK FOR
it.v May 1. The in-
ng congress special
train operate! by the Rock Island
Railroad company in Colorado Kan-
sas Oklahoma New Alexin) and Tex-
as held .rS meetings traveled 2-
!!84 miles and was attended by f3-
In Oklahoma the train made 7J
stops traveled s;s mile and
people attended the lectures.
Next to this record came Tcxa-.
with 33 stops. 171 miles traveled and
11610 people attended along the
In Kansas the train went X04 miles
but drew only n.755 people.
ln Colorado (1710 and In New Mex-
ico irto people visited the cars.
Davis $iim mine.
Outline $:i.iHn tnineral
MusUeee- -$rii.unii invesl
Oklahoma 1 00000
company $fo(Hi electric
$ 1 00 otv.ti cotton company
I'age f:io000 lumber c
Sapulpa -$100.1100 fuel
Comanche makes the best showing
It.f any ci unties which have any con-
siderable acreage planted to wheat
w th si; "er cent. Of the big wheat
counties Carflp'd shows fif per cent
condition. Or.mt. 44 Kay B Major
Id. Woonrard 14 and Noble 8.''.. The
abandoned acreage In (larfield coon-
Ity is 26 tier cent Conianche lti
1 (Irani 89 Kay 2fi Major S6 Wood-
The growing condition of oats is
j reported as 88 per cent alfalfa S and
porl) 14. The corn acreage shows a
tHght decrease being only 95 per
heavy I Gtithrie had made a
y the in the development or
state aIl(' should by all n
... . W. II. Dunn superiutt
' I at Kansas City yes!
la rue crowd a tllighli
system under whi ii
grounds are built and
value of improved open places to the
people generally and the glowing ad
v rising there secured Mr. Dunn has
for fifieen years been the builder and
keeper of Kansas City's 24H) acres
into consultation In other cities.
He was long associated with F. H
Kessler who laid out Highland park.
Mr Dunn spoke here under the m-
pices of the park commission and Un-
voting men's civic federation. He
viewed the entile park system and
the city generally and gave it as his
opinion that the peop.e should perse-
vere ami vote the $100.0011 bonds pro
posed in bpdntng his speech he aW
itect but a nark builder.
'With the sn ail amount or money
your park commissioners have had.
i they have done remarkably well."
said Mr. Dunn "Hot this is only a
starter You have the makings hen
Ot a great and beautiful city. Start
For Cliff Boulevard.
reuse is also shown in
possibilities. By all means you
d acquire that property now so
that when you are able you may
moint of land In cultivation mi( a bolevard. Such scenery as
company; the a. rc ige in all crops bein
; $25000 .)( j excess of 1010
COMPRESS FOR ELK CITY
- Special to Daily Leader.
! viu- rilv. Okla . May 1.
- to have a cotton compress in ti
; handling the present season's
1 Recently a committee visited
tot to inspect compresses a
ported favorably on one that i
And n woman loves to have her located iieie Of similar type
husband's judgment go wrong so that thousand dollars has been st
I she can sav ; "1 told von so." J H
JJ5000fl oil and gas
A smart and simple design devi-
ating somewhat from the general
blouse effects. The surplice fronv
opening over a shield Is very becom-
ing. The Gibsop tucka at the shoul
ders giv breadth to the figure. The
mode is suitable for bordered goods
for soft woolens and all washable
fabrics. The pattern is cut in 4
eles; 8 10 12 and 14 years. It
requires yards of 44 Inch material
for the 8 yijat; i.e. A pattern ot
this illustration mailed to any ad
dress on receipt of 10 cents in silver
WON BY MULHALl. PUPILS
The county declamatory contest
held in the county high school here
ban 4jeen won by Wiliard Jones first
prue of Miilh&U. The third prize
ls 'Yent ti Mulhw11 being won by
and the simplest way. Ask
for them by name -and the good
ness will take care of itself. Buy
The World's Best Soda Cracker
Then no mure soggy stale or exposed
soda eraekers. Uneeda Biscuit come
in individual packages that hold
just enough tor each soda
cracker occasion. Fresh
when you buy them.
Crisp as you eat them.
In the moisture-proof
this can not be built and it should
lie seized before quarrying destroys
it. HJvery bit of nature in sinht
should be secured while it is possi-
I hie to be secured. Yon have not the
same need here that we have for I
boulevard system through the city.
I because there are wide shady streets
here. Hut the cliff boulevard over-
looking the city should he huilt
with promontories for pedestrians
'With the wonderful mineral water
land your beantiiul parks yon should
I be aide to make a system here that
will bring visitors from over the
world nd cause people to urge dl
travcers to see toe Guthrie parks.'
j Parks a Necessity for
! Health and Growth.
"Parks are a necessity for the
health of the people and the growth
of the city and no city can afford to
neglect this vitally important phase
of city building. I have within the
last few years visOed many of the
liffer American cities for the pur-
pose of studying their park systems
and a city that is going to keep In tie
procession must not negleci park
Enhancement in Value.
"II Is a fact that the enhancement
In value of property abutting the
oouelvanls and parka in Kansas City
H more than MM ler debt; that the
Increase in alue in the business
district alone due to the impetus siv-
en to business growing out Of the
establishment. Ot tbe park and boul-
evard system exceeds the entire cost
of the park and boulevard system:
that the enhancement or taxable val-
ues due alone to the establishment I
of boulevards is more than the entire
coat of the park and boulevard sys-
tem and thai the total increase in
values of real estate both business
and residential creatd by the park
and boulevard improvements exceed.
aeveral times the cost of those Im-
provements. .Sow this may seen Q
strong assertion yet no one who is
laminar with tne conditions in Kan
sas City questions the statement. In
fact. I am compiling now for the next
report of our board statistics taken
from the assessors' books of the as
sessed value of properties prior to
the beginning ol the park work in
Kansas City and the assessed value
of the same properties after those
park Improvements were completed
Hie record on the assessors' books
that the enhancement (n value- ;v
exceeds the ost of acquiring thost
boulevards and the Improvement ol
the tlW). It l by applying the sell-
ing lube of those properties prior to
the park improvements and the i.res
en selling price that we arrive at
the fact that the enhancement in
value is 2 to :i times the cost of the
Park Building a
"I will present the question to you
in a strictly business way.
"ln the matter ol park improve-
ments and ln the manner of accom-
plishing them Kansas City now occu-
pies a enviable position among Am-
erican cities In 8 little more than
t years and without the Issuune 1 ol
bonds with a single exception of one
issue of $"00'OO. Kansas City has
created a park and boulevard system
costing in round numbers $10 .00 (1000
every cent of which has bn p;
for by assessments on land and not
including the improvements on that
land and that cost has proven of the
greatest value as an investment V-a
in Kansns City fully appreciate that
park improvements are not a tax but
charging costs on benefitted property
make the property owner a partner
lifyonr bitlnH. He participates in
the cost and. therefore appreciates
the Improvements much more than it
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 36, No. 115, Ed. 1 Monday, May 1, 1911, newspaper, May 1, 1911; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc614306/m1/2/: accessed November 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.