The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 37, No. 11, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 1, 1911 Page: 2 of 8
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CLEARS IIP -yjM&Q " f1-
Mrs. Charles ' Anppaugh.-. 11. K.
Klmmell Treble Co. Indiana writes:
Ferun 1ms been a godsend to me. I
era feel safe in eaying that it saved my
life as I was all run down ami was just
jniwrW when i commenced hiking
your reruns but a on tho road to
recovery now. 1 cannot thank you too
Queen Choose Car-
Orer Car During
Many Senators Count Upon a
Vote Before ttie End
FARMERS IN OLD
III GUI FIT
One Man's Wile Takes a Hand
and Whacks Husband's Op-
ponent With Stone
Carlsbad. N. M.( jnh- 1 B. L. Walk
fr and J. F. Hart bad ' an old fash-
ioned mil fight Ewif the Dark Can
yon ramping station without the oldi
B. L. Wallcer lives- or ." a rami near
the wells while J. F. IP I has charue
of the p'.u.j s. For years th vaen
Javc been .ptarreling over water geiv
!5a.l ?t has looked like war"
maty a thee. " Yesterday Walkp- wa
jflriviag wme cattle 'when Hart came
lwiiK wit 3. jmles. . Walltt- bHn
a!-stg yi)t p.iil s'iM k won J
"eel b:m tn time as l -k m -ci! out
Jbia 8U th.-oer. Hart l-s; no turvt in
puiltug Ir.a .krtp and tie Sring net!
Tes-'ea till tie amnun :t".r jt om
u both f kt-a
W'fe to ?t.- Re&cue
Mrs Walker seeing the battle from
the house rushed out. and hit Hart
with a ptone. Only cm bullet tool
effect "Walker being- kit in the head
the bullet entering near the. mouth
and came out in The nee-k back of the"
left ear. Lewis Scott sept-rated the
mei and took their guns from them.
"Wriker was rushed to the hospital.
Iii the wound made by a steel Jack-
eted bullet does not. seem fierious.
Dr. F. ' F. J i ))). who was called
tbmk.s Walker will recover. Peace
warrants have been Issued for both
men and they win be -.laced under
250tj bond - to kcp t'be peace in the
(By Associated rress.)
1-ondon July l The horse Spain
came into his own durinsr the corona
tion ceremonies the pretence of
IK hem llandehora
borne-drawn carrlajj.es and formal liv-
eries being marked in L-e parades.
This revival is largely due t- .the ex-
ample of the king and queen who on
public occasions. inva;iably prefer
the carriage to the car.
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iiit- i tn collates ant; uveitis
However are modest ".flair compar
er with those affected by some ot
meir mapesues BUDjecls and by a
few of the continental ambassadors
and wealthy visitors to Londou. Ex
cept -on state occasions when .either
tie gold coach or the landaus with
brilliant accounternients and accom
pa tried by outriders in royal liveries
are used the members of the royal
family invariably drive out in nnas-
surniug carriages the only dkdln
gutslung features of which are tne
British .-coat-of-arms painter! on the
doors. Tho coachmen wear plain
dark blue or light grey liveries. Some
of the coaches of the aristocracy this
ear on the other hand are most
gnady more so than -those which
were in vogue during the .Victorian
era hut which went out of fashion
after the coronation of King Tdvvard
Vli. Coach mo are again . wearing
vugs and footmen and grooms are
again being clad in elaborate livery.
These dress coaches dome new but
most of them old ones renewed and
redecorated made :heir first appear-
acce at the unveiling ot the Victoria
The motor car remains the favorite
(By Associated TreRS.)
. W;uiIington .'July 1 The Canadian
reciprocity situation cleared to a
marked decree Friday and a canvass
ot the ' situation in the senate was tn
every way assuring to ihe friends of
the rneawnre - With aot more than
dozen pet speeches In prospect an
e.gtit hour cessions of the senate on
vehicle for rapid traveling week-end
vhsits and the theatre at night but
for ceremonial occasions and the af-
ternoon drive in the park the open
barouche and pair with coachmen
and footmen in livery has returned
i For summer diarrhoea in children
h.lwHys givo Chamberlain's Colic
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and
castor oil and a speedy cure js cer-
tain. For sale by all dealers.
PASTOR I A
Meet mo at. crescent July 1th
Delivered within the city limits
in any quantity.
Perfection 43 lb. ?ck fU3
fciwi-r and Gold 48 lb. ack 1.15
Corn Mit 17 1-2 lb. ack 27
Graham Flour 12 1-2 lb. sack .25
Mixed Bran. 100 lb. tack 1.25
Straight Bran. 100 lb. sack 1.20
ICorn Chop 100 lb. tt 1.?5
5t.he!ed Corn per bu. .05
"ats per bu. 5
Our Flour is the best in the
Id. Your money refunded if
v ct our products ahoutu prove
Phone Order to 51.
odd. Milling Go.
British shipbuilding supremacy
which received a severe shock when
American linns captured the contract
lor two Argentine battleships has as-
serted Itself - wain and the press Is
h.H of self congratulation. There is
now being built in or ordered from
Brhish yards- one battleship for lira
M in addition to two recently com
pleted one for Japan and two for
Turkey and it is) expected that two
Chilian dreadnaughts will be con
slructefl in England.
Besides the work this gives to Eng
lish mechanics and the money it
plneen in the pockets of British ahi
builders it has the advantage of keep
ing the yards up to their standard u
useful thing if England should tind
1 neeesiiarv at - any time to accel
e:ate her own naval program. Naval
v liters alao point out that the build-
ing of foreign battleships places Eng-
land in powHei5Biou of a considerable
reserve farce In addition to fifteen
dieadnaughts building for the British
fioet. there are mi the stocks a dread-
nought lor Brazil and a dread nought
(iniser for Japan both of which could
lie rushed forward and commandeered
by England if necessary. In a few
11 ont.lis the Turkish and Chilian ships
will be under construction so that
with these alone Engbmd eoudd c'tni-
r-andeer snips epiat to tne whoh-
tp ead nought strength of Italy and
Outside of Ihe dreadnough building!
at home British constructor are as-
Ming in the rebuilding of the Spate
Itli lleel ami tlocKvarus; nave securcu
aimiiar contract from Bu.ssia ami
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inr negotiating wnn ronugat 10
build a new ar.-t-nal and reorganize
tie program manv
count upon a vote before
When the senate adjourned ai'tf
t.iree hours of anti-reciprocity spci-cn
making by senators (iambic and Cum
ii'ins there was an undcrstaTiUiag
that there would be no further effort
at legislation until after July 4 and
that when business i.-; resumed tlu-re
vill be no cessation until final ad
journmpnt There will bo a brief ses
sion of both houses today put on!.-
to meet the contititutional inhibition
ugalnst either body adjourning for
more than three days at a time with-
out the other's consent.
The recess will .continue until Juiy
The moFt formidable speech still
F be made is that of Senator La
Follette. He -will present his Ion:;
piomised tarifl ameinlinents to 'the
icciprocity bill and will talk for
tiiree or four days discussing tne tar
iff even more than reciprocity.
The only sneechrf promised in hup
port of tne reciprocity bill will bi
riade hy !nators Stone of Missouri
atict Burtou of (thio. In addition to
Senator La Follette Seualors c'app
Bristow (h-onua Kelson Bailey Sim-
mons and others will be beard but
none except. La Follette and possibly
l.'ilstow will talk at great length.
With reciprocity disposed of it is
n-U believed that the session will he
gieatly prolonged. The tiandpat lie-.
punucans are disposed to eon ceo e a
vote on the wool ami free list bills.
The Democratic senators have said
from the beginning they would he
.roll call on the twr.
tfr v -s s&m mm Aw 'i
feL cA Vyi A A 'Ft ..
-iVp-- m 3 . k f '.TV ill
II Au LAV
of the senators II - .4 b?5s T 5"- ' 1 -k Vr-1: a": i r-' ; II
the end of l - -tiS U
d iNatal Day! - -
Celebrate Our Proui
go to vole
satisfied with a
t riff bills JHid there are
that they will let these
without much debate in view of the
threatened presidential veto of both
Urging other tariff legislation and
tie ArUora-Xew Mexico sialehood
bill Senator Bristow of Kansas in-
surgent. said he did "not want; the
impression created that the senate
haa. nothing to act upon but the feci-
piocity bill." i
WE HAVE THE
If Safely arid Satiety
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BIGGEST STX)CK IN TOWN
Firecrackers Pinwheels Torpedoes Salutes Cap Pis bis
Canes Sky-Rockets and Roman Candles (15-ball) for only 5c
MAY ESCAPE BETWEEN COURTS
Refuses Jurisciiction in Indian
Territory Murder Appeal
OKLAHOMAN BURNED AT STAKE
News of Murder of - Robert Swazey
In Mexico Reaches Shawnee
Shawne ok la. .lulv 1 Mrs. Emma
I'.nigman fotimerrc of Shawnee writes
friends bet'fJ' from Fort Sumner X.
M. that her son-in-law Kobert Kwa-
Key also formerly of this place was
burned at the stake by Mexican
bandits June 15. swazey was employ-
el on the Mexhan railway and had
the custody it is said of company
funds which "'.tlu; bandits sought. He
refused under torture to divulge the
whereabouts of the nionev and was
burned to death lie was a Canadian
by birth and Airs. Bingman lias call-.
mi the incident to trie attention of tho
British government. '
NEIGHBORS ARE NEIGHBORLY
Muskogee Okla. July lAfter be-
ii:g under serfence of death for sev-
en years "Kid'' Felly a negro who
has been confined for time in the
federal jail hero has a fighting chance
lot his life. Kelly . was convicted in
Tishomingo in old Indian Territory
for killing a' man named Dillingham
and was sentenced to be hanaed. He
appealed his case to the lerriioriulj
court of appeals and if was fiere
when Oklahoma was admitted a a
state. The state auihoriiips Tel used
to take jurisdiction and the federal
cmrt a!.;o defied jurisdiction.
The sheriff of Johnston county ha-
agreed to take Kelly in custody and
Ji.uge ( ampbeSI or the federal court ;
entered an or.ler of removal. If the
state still refuses jurisdiction Ke!
will be freed.
Lamont Okla July 1 Eighty-five
aires of growing corn were cu'ii-
v;ied yesterday by eight neighbor
farmers of J T. House who was be-
hind with his work . because of the
recent and death of YA-s onlyj
sin. The n-.daiibor.i appeared re..-?r-'
i!ay morning early and by ni-jht.'all
the woi'k v.as done.
flraad !anoe Asc-nsSott and - par-
achute Hrcfp at Crescent July 1th.
Sit a.' t:.
pianos for pals
I 'an company
fie a? Crescent July l-li.
1 ifill "H'fS
Tiff .71 1
Feel languid weak run-flown"
headache? Sioittach "off"? Just a
plain ease of lazy liver. Burdock
Blood Bitters tones liver M "stomach
promotes digestion purifies tuu blood.
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JUDGE WILL LINN.
CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
potcn women Columbia. Mo.
ir. c!1 y.'.i-!C. riei .)..;- ef
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eollfK" tr.iu.-J rjc-.ors 4 l;ir
20 dtn (Mtripus tor outd'-.T
Hftt c' ;. fo-sreet It. L. siel
rf.-rrc! t'e- y.nr b.mk alius!
EAK STOMACH is Htivngth.
cued it I )1 toned lv IL'iid'i' Sar-
s.'tparilla I he medii-ine that enren
dxspcps.a a-i.l POOR APPETITE.
REPORT IS IDE PUBLIC
Restriction of Competition Said
to Be Prime Object of
Wai'iiii.gieu July 1 The lung ev
pc ted an I much dl.-rus.-od leitort
Item tlu bureau of eorpo: ui ion oti
the Fnitc'i t;.t-s Sled i-rpti:iti.i!i
receutlv au'inutted to I'resl.jcnt la!!.
was made jnielie 'trie last r.igl.t.
.k::gfie 1 by Het'Sett Knov Shh''.
. mmi.-sioaer of r-orp.x-athvt-. tae !
i'l-rt makes no le.-.Mti.iicmi.tn -ns aau
s almost whn!!v nanaivc in tott;;
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t he 10 L'alt;e: s of i.e st-i 1 colpoia-
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The Biggest and Best in all Things-Tho Newest and Host Unique
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vrnwuki vi.i.ini i ilo in
ENORMOUS Combined Double SHOWS
3 Great Hords
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Reserved chairs and admission tickets can be
Pharmacy at jarae prices charged in the ticket
Morning of the Exhibition.
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wagons on the show jroun
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 37, No. 11, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 1, 1911, newspaper, July 1, 1911; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc615041/m1/2/: accessed October 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.