The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 82, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 25, 1909 Page: 2 of 8
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0 TRY THIS FOR " 0
0 YOUR COUGH 0
Mix S wu uunci's i if Ciyc.Mi)" sviih
u hu! f... I'K or Virgin oil of fine cum-
poMii'l 1'in-e and a h;i!f pint of sfrailii
tilsky. PftiiSf well urn! ;hh- In !.'-
of a It .isjf.ito.f il ever; . tour hour--.
1 a is mixture iio;-.so m-s tn- lo-aiing.
!i 'Sill. fill i i :.-s nf the I'llies Is it. 1
vl! break cold in twenty four ii-jtsr ?.
iiiH'i curt auy i'otig..i -.ut m en. aide !n
having this formula pil' up t.e :o iv
that JOUi diH.EK'M. llses.Uie gsntlli.le
Viigin Oi: il fine t ompor.iid j. art1.
1 :i'j pa.:! and giiaran!eMi only by the
I cadi Clif-mi.'al Co. Cincinnati n. .
j DAILY FftSHlON TALKS j 0" OP Hip
I BV MAY M ANTON. fill' U J - 1 J
3icla; to the Daily Lecher.'.
Washington Feb. ::. 'Jnlasa the
'"niii'it Stt.s rallies io Hie suppa '
o the tottering republl of "Liberia
i a song ihat w Doefestsder use;! f) I ;
"Ever Kraion He
:'i; Coon? ay hi-come a
Lingerie gowns made in senii-princ
esses style that is v.'ith the blouses
skhis j..ined Ij' means of bands
of inivrtian will lit extensl rely worn
I'ironKhout thi' satire season and are
so charming anl so generally beeom-
ng. that every woman vill be giad
s a iJias :: tc ".gm of th?lr extended pupulcrity
Hte.rat h!ato. This oa includss just the Ions lines
...(.( I liiai Rla lilt uimiwj f a.cii44. ri
" Yh'is agFo government !a tateatened feet end is dainty and charming -with
sv";lin and without. It is about to out ov! iiUc.Tfetioi. It Includes
-.otter from lis own sheer .incapacity i pev? sleeves that are tucked meat
-0 $t ind up; he-sides both England . becomingly snd it is altogether a
an3 Fracce ara eagerly waiting to veiy chamirg gown. The eio-M can
irrtdile it ut) when opportunity offers. ....-. he utilized for various ma
As a .fhiak to his already Bpectaca.ar
afm!nlstratiOia Prcsiaeni Roosevelt
raay send j warship to the scene to
strengthen the bark bene of the re-
public' It ha does It wouia oe a
psrado-dcal situation compared ti his
record tcvranl negroes in the past.
The President l:as asked for an ap-
proiiriation of g20000 to :tcnd a com-
minion t.j Liberia to repoit on what
shall bo done to preserve the tottering
republic. In addition within the pasi
few (lays Confess has been asked to
make an' appropriation to pay tran-
sportation for negroes frani tha Unite i
States who ;tieske to coloniae In Liberia...-
According to c!oi stiicient.?
of political economy in ihe (Tniied
States Fnato this would result (. In
many well educated nej?rce. g'Jing to
Liherii wher? tlse'r irulwence would
mm be Mt.
To protect bondholders the English
tad French governments have loaned
Liberia Che aervlcea ot vheir officers
for the collection of her ctititoma du-
Uo3. .This stemmed the trouble in a
;.!.;!.Mt.-- but it la rumored that the
English and French officers are being
fcerloitsly . . hlmiered by ..the cotrupt ion
and mlKinanaseniont of .the . gov.n-
rnenl affairs. . .
A.i Aujfi'Uan t4'lant.hropy canned
ihe. establishment C the country. tt)
state d.'jarlmetit fVela'that Botm-thing
: fchcmUl l..ii 4knie by the Americans
Bnnf'irh..iJaen over the rough pliices In
self RfvttwnwBt.l -1 -i . !
Liliei !;. setil - a coiniDisaion to U:w
!'4)!j!itcy jo.st swituT in ask ihe Unite-.!
Hdti-s so. guarantee the political and
;piTlU;;kl. utt-grity of the republic.
5; ut aw the United States could not. see
"dn W8t cleat to do that the eonimin-
fit on petitiotii'd the United States ;o
Send theji? eiilebMit ' oltleera to help
raanage tlu-ir -Kovei-jimeiit. and put
their fnanef-K or. a sound basis.
At the :i'-nt time the J.Jberian
ttwtotn fre being run by Knglish cus-
toms officer and the revenues are be-
tag jut into .bdter ahape; the re-
ceipt! of last year beina ?rt.tooo more
than they wer tile previous year.
The Lile-rlau Piilitary forces are bfins
eoiU;and(-d hy EiiKtioit officera and Its
one government vessel is . under the
eoHiiwmd ot. an Kngliiihrnaii. TUIa voh.
ae.l reeentiy iii'eii ttpun a iientmn ship
cjiti It can be readily uuderatood now
?:cb i eomj!ieat!n of nminn&Htle
s l.therien wnrship. commanded by on
RngliBli oilict'r opening up fire on ft
nerro.ui merchantman may load .to
Sntrmuiomt! dtft.'iHm-es. .
. There are aboct rt.':."ji! civilized ne
groes iri i.iberlB roost of tlieui direct
d.-sjcentlents of the negroeb original-
I:; sr-ijl flvor fcy the American .authori-
ses. Tliese ixsopie occupy a territory
eciapriHiiifj 43.(100 wiuare miles and in
''ihe mime sres. there are 1.500000
'member' of ' uncivilized tribes of tie-
gtws. Tlse Liberian part of the poi
ulailon. bave been cut off from inti
mate relations with the rest of the
world for practically three quarters
jf s century. They find it very dif-
f.ruU to control the native tribes or
. in aondnct their owii government -with
any degree of sttcces or stability.
Eng.and end France have possession
i3Kediately adjoining the republic and
are continvally eomplalolna; of t.ne
.; .v.'raresT.i's inability' to keep peace
an the Bonier.
. Tle republic wae . established about
' ;'urt !Usu"te:a of j century ago by
ilty United States as a refuge for tu
negroes with the hepe that it could
nc-iwa tb biack race io thla country
to migrate to the republic and thus
.s'ttie tii. titii probNnw of race
" iiisiinciwii Kulba bcoiiilr.g tcry
. tmwttlod et thattime.. Th pchetne
diiin't work. Tin few thousand ne
grot's w'no were induced to go there
ime bac to this country as soon as
they ecu'd. The negro rice has dora-
onw rated that .it is 8-n bstrct qual-
ity without tho guidance of tha whita
man. nfjon whom ever tsince they
have become civi.i:'d lltey have de-
i ti'lf-d and it i-j highly improbable
that thi y.'-iil ever be capable of hav-
ing a Hag of their own."
teriabs."' The lined or unilned as lik-
ed and consequently suits silk and
tlif thin word fabrics as well as it
f'.-vfl dir.se of linen and It osn be
po-n'-dne l wit 0 this K'-.trt or with f.ny
ti: t mav Rtnt tne fancy. Again it
The Kvuci fjHaJW3s BuiifM
CAR AS&OCIATION' MEETS.
ihiSH'ial icirto iaiiy- i'adei'.
Lalionm. tikia. n-ti. '.he ar-
lii id ("ii'irity lar asa'-ittilon has been
r.'..ri;aiiiz'd r.t iCni!. The fo.)ov.'in
oliieers were elected: ;'r4htdeni. (f
J sturgis; vice president V. If Hills;
secretary C. A. IMsell; treasurer iVj.ltlie MayeH nafe ?l.iHi in
Walker. I ranis were stolen.
Ev iUV fANfW.
6259 Fancy Blouse.
5670 Skirt with Tucked Flounca. '
tail Lies a very good m&lel for that
s'pttrate linserie v.-alst without which
no wardrobe is really satisfactorily
For the medium ill be i'-
tliiired for tli -b louse 3 12 yirds
of material 21 to 2i. 2 3-8 yards 32
or 1 3-4 yards 44 Inches ?.-lde 1-2
.rd of ; -l ever embroidery 8 "-4
at. Is of banding; for the sltirt K 3-4
yards 244 8 yards 32 or 5 1-5 yartls
44 inches wide with 20 yards of band
ini;. A . May Manton pattern if the
blouse JSo. i2ol. slises 32 to 52 inches
must or of the skirt No &70. sixes
21! to "30 Ir.ciios waist will be mailed
to auy address by tie Fashion .'Depart
ment'ol this paper on receipt ot ten
cuts ior each (it in haste fend ad
ditional two cent -stamp far letter
postage which insures raorep rompt
(Wivery.) ..":';'' '
Lver in the bis ory o ugricukure
has there bees sucIj a iorwaid mave-
raent on the part of :ho farmer and
for the :arnier on the ';art of. state
an:l nation aa is noted at the present
titr.e. Prosperity for ...e last decade
has been the constant companion of
the man aha cifitttes and feeds the
n ition. All this gild f .a .-tune that
has. fallen to th eat'tte of agriculture
has not cotte - unsieriied. .Progre;?
I.os been made ad along the line tin
i. olving - the varior.a problems ; dealing
with the .t'.llaw.'of "the toil pad the
production of bountiful crops.
Eaiucaticnally. the farmers ?are a.;t
i;? fa? .behind -tiKdr city Mn?-.dns a-$
one wottt l naturally think end if we
take proportionate nttmitera iato con-
idderalion. thr faraers are head. The
blessings of raodern civilization anil
the ndvasiEge c- -:p-to-aate method.;
and lab.-:r-85v!nK convenience ' re
cjoyer! n'.mcst ac genrel;y by the
country folk as by .Uio&e living hi the
. It seems almost uecleas reptitiot:
to cite htiw through t-.-.- agency of the
telephone tural t:ee (ielivery and in-
lerurban electric railway tne forEier
isolation of the farmer froas the city
! a-j disappeared. All itie.?e modrn
cieveiopiiients have their Influence An
sural icrannnuties for the tetter. Each'
year the tsumber of farmers' sens ami
(Hiughte-u attending our higher insti-
tutions of learning is growing larger.
lAiucational statlsu-.j we are told
disclose that the proportion of. Win-'
i eared students found in the colleges
i-nd universities is larger thin that
it uttulents coming tram ether walka.
of life fither from the weattnv or
t lie working classes.
There is a ve;-y gaod reason for the
iMsenci! nf the farmer's s m and
u.";hier in this halls :if luirn1iig. ARti-
(Ultuiai educaiiou has become tlie fav-
crtte !hcme wills the wideawake tiitn-
( r and his family an I as a result
those iitsiitntions a:e btdng putt'oit-
almosi. to ovcfllowlng by sfadetsls
i ;:v r la tsu.'.lie iripjng their life wocf:.
Nt-W .CoitdllMih.-i' iilt'l: ie- met i it ttr
I. i:ugi e.-siv"i; a.m'.. t.tnili as tbe'ienwrk-
')'. i!i(.ri-ii..e -ot' ocr populHion and' an
ever-inereasintj; demand for farm pro-
t.t ts liigh prices; the rush ot io
ntui.y country people to live in 'the
city impelled by- the erroneous
ilioiii-'ht thai farm life t-t debasing and
t :at urban existence is more attrac-
i:ve than (he monotony of the I'attn.
.ivcressing in Populsrity.
a In- uatui.it. otiic me of this state of
a I 'Irs ia that ugriculiitral education
;s inei easing in popularity and ifie
; gilcuJtural c; liege .is claiming a
uge pe" cent of t : rni-ivared students.
Am only do farmer; leallze thai
i.n ntlng is far r;:oje enjoyalile ami
lu-uch more - or a baanriul . -succeas
.vben carried on as an applied science
latt strange to say many business
men in the city hold tne sime opin-
i m and are -ilso sending their Sons
i i faro schor.ls. .
primary o!ciion on the first Ttiesuny
in Angitsi. in ihe year -J UK the iUiS-
ti.aij oa r: m-.ndn;nt to tlu p-mmi-tci.'on
providing for high lif-n am'
local i.iitii'.ii." i
Lavis Stood Alone. i
Tin. Yeaj-.-r-Strain oi; bili riiJeh j
j. i s to tle-f pip line rompiinh-H tnei
;(! of dififciiiig; iVn h-Iv-h e!ih'-r .
I' ''-f'WJpll ea':-1ei-i-j-j!ii; j i;..-; iij;;ll. .
V. it- opt'osell liy J;iU. .'Oil! i lie iill
nitn'ry. :iti 1 be opti'..si'. it v iliantly.
Tlx- bill . fi . ca.di-e of a pipe Siin'
i.otH'i in (. iii'i-'.sre a ts. a ean lee and
not a pti; i ini.-ier nf lii. ami vhv ver-a.
en:itnf ; liavi:; ;:d ai.e.-it til" . etati?-
iue.il thai Ik-.-would when lit' cih.! his
V.jie !( i!ie bill cast t ie must lelitet-
iii vole l.e.hiid fver casl .n yiiy sim-j.-et
; 1 ier--utsi. hi- i'e.r: f.-" :!) carris-r
roes w aid lie able to- ea:ry Okla-
honia oil to tile state line and there
.' ml no other fi.ncern to '.any it away.
It was trite i;: Texas Kansas and tl
linois will Ik1 trtt!! tiuiil tiler..-- is more
than :.ne mirks; for oil The siinat.u-
i aw no tensor! ta bother nboiii a lin.-
which would deflate itself u common '
'purchaser because it could Hud no
market anywhere any one of a half
.-'.(.sen -ells in the Oklahoma oil field
being capable of producing more oil
tain all the .;o-cri!!ed independent re
..iieriea could care for.
The bill finai v was adopted by a
unanimous vote the Sapulpa senator .
raying tha; it was a foregone eonchia-
siuu. alt ncntfh he voted again-at the
A'nother Local Option BIT! 1
Davis innoduced a carefully pre-
I a red local option bill" proposing to
anend the constitution of the stauv
. contains 31 wcrds. am! in briet
provides fcr repeal of the prchibiiurv
ilause i:: the constitutlcn and tne
vtte to be tsken r.t the genera; elec-
tion ef l!)10. '
Echola Law Killed.
The Kchol. provislou for depositing
state funds in the guaranteed banks
cf the sute suppcrtoi by himself and
ieag!.r was lost -oy a vote of 18 to
indefiniiely Jicstpcne to 13 against
lcc!i Evitiaiu In the debate Mem-
mingir attacked the guarantee law in
titrprisingly ytrcng terms at one
i. mo approaching bitr.T personality.
1 hese Were Recommended.
Williams was in the chair while the
committee of the whole senate was n
eoasidcration- of the following all ot
.v.hlchr were ': rseommended for final
.s-eji.u.e'H:i; No 291 Sohiani of the
ranate and Maris of tin- '.louse provid-
ing fcr constrtiction of bri 'ges over
bti-eams between two counties.
Senate Bill No. 131 .Meramlnger of
t'ie eenatc and Mumpnrey and Duraat
tf the house pioviding for county
cjmrais'h;ne;s buying bridges enetei;
on pubiic higawavj and elsewhere.
.cen.;:ti hiii Mo. isti Newell author
izing cauni: coatinisstoners of any
cmnty in tii.a st.ate to ptiy for re
(instruction or repair of bridges dea-
tt '-yed .l.-y Ho ld.
Senate Mill No. 17. Taylor (by re
iires.;). to enable1 county commlssian-
era ot any c.'.nnty in the sttile jo is-
sue bombs for puiposo of buildicg
i a. ring or neipiiring liridges.
Ifresh: Soda 'Crackers
( H Hi i M M ; ! u : :
''They come to. year tah! jrtnt '.tm crisp and fi:ky
when tht-y left the likkr.-ry.- The . trtiile s.-ulev! w
lined cartuiis keep tht-n: !u perfect ci)litit.ns free fia
dust and nmisture.
Takom:i Iiiscuhs are ntade in -white tiis' ovt-ns
the top flour of a'tnillion dollar bakery -;whera air an '
sunshina uis plifiti'u?.; ..
There is- nothing els like them.
Try a package today T?.V.nm Biscuits arc at yoat
2;ocer's in .ac and l(ic packages.
THE SECRET OF LONG LIFE
'a French scientist has .discovered
Otic secret of long life. IHs method
deal with the blood. Hut long ago
millions t Americans hud proved
Electric Hitters prolongs life and
v.akes h worth living. It pumics en-
riches ami vitalizes tha blood rebuilds
Aasted nerve cells. Imparts life and
lone to the entire system. Its a god
send to weak sick and debiliuded pco
pie. "Ki-.lney trouble hud blighted my
!if for niotn " writes W. M. Sher
man of CushiiR'. Me. "but Eleciric
Hitters cured me entirely." Only 50c
at all druggista.
Threatening foverlphnesa with children
is quickly and safely calmed by pre-
ventics. Tneso iitt'e Candy Cold Tab.
leis should always be tit hand for
promptness is all-Important. Prevent
K-s contain no oniiiino nothing harsh
or sickening. They are indeed "the
si itch in t ime." Carried ii pocket or
purse Prevontles are a genuine safe.
guard against Colds. 2r.e. Sold hy
Wallace's Irug Store.
iOOSE-VlLES BISCUIT COWPANY
- : ?r A
r ; K
i : ..
Hen.ilor Hmllh trftrodnced a Hill
ufsiting salaries aii j fees of ihe di.'.lflct
(ie.'is propcrtioniiti- to Ihe popnla-
iitm . servid -'in ih dia!:ies It was
referred in Ihe proper committee and
v ill be cm; of the last bills on cal-
endar for closing Slays.
KILLED BY FALLING TREE.
Special to the Daily Leader.
'Cleveland. OkhC ' Keb. 21. James
Vitgent "living near. Osage Junction
ji-.it acfoi-i.j the Arkansas river i:t
osage county was Instantly killed
wiiile cutting limb- l;y a heivy tree
filling and striking him across ihe
bead ami shoulders.
. BIG GRAIN SHIPMENT.
.151 Rene Okla.. Feb. !r. A large
consignment of "r.D cara of grain trora
Jmal a and different points in Nebras-
ka to Galveston via Fort Worth are
'lying shipped In train lo:d lots-the
frsi cf which pasKd through El Reno
R0BBS1Y AT MILL CREEK
;--.:M.vial t'.: (lie Daily I.errls-r.
M i ;l Creek !i!a .". --Unknown
persons committed a sysieni-
atc robbery of several bitslni'as
houses here Including C. l-.i. Mayer
lumber office a. t. Dunceai dry good.!
and Ihe ofdees of J. 7. Walters mid
the Waples-prilnter company. From
Only One "BROMO GUINiNE" that it -
I jsx&tlve Rromo Oui&ine 'fi?Lj&
The neaate was In a surpr'.sa-spt.jS
::g mood late Wednesday afternoon
and rocked the cradla oi sialeanian-
hip to "langi i cam .eveia snore ran
vSjil:Hnr's re 3i.:ir.lsMiou legi-aiaiion
anie in a nig resolutbau which where-
tsed and'whyfore.1 to fleet that the
people are possibly dry and therefore
mo whereas and whyi'oie let us on
He firs." Tuesday in August. 1010
ake u pot shot on the que it Ion oi
bow we Khali tike our beer or word-j
t-a that effect.
The rosoiution r.s offereia wllh the
..cidltionr.l provL.n ie.it no licence
rhall b. granted for less tbn ij;20"o
.."Wheivas the cuarate pro Ision of
be constitution- of the state cf Okla-
homa. ir.'oviiliiig for the prohibition of
Iho mauufjcture sale barter giving
away or otherwise furnishing intox-
icating liiptors cf any kind has prov-
en to be expensive and burdensome to
Ui people u Oklahoma; has resuitc-4
in contempt of law; that the Creator
of ' the univeraa -.laa in Hi.-; Infinite
wisdom seen fit a: hstve placed ali-jhol
almost uuiversillv in the food on
Ahleh raankinu suosisis and that this
substance is necessary for the health
and hap'Hjiess of mankind; that the
S'miotir of limnklnd has. coumiiuided
tiua mar: should be temperate In all
: thing! yet .recognizing ' that i:
should i-i a tempeiale way enjo.v the
jt nits of the earth in His lirst miracje
j . It; cli!:iigei rvaler imo winy llint una)
Smrpbt . have g'.3i)ij ciieet and .1 but til
lij'jn befofe tie snfr.ved te ::so I wity
in iliii pen'yrniic.o'':ilA last htirarle
ibus rcfttllng the contention (hit the
temperate use of any of the fruits t:f
the earth is sinful or unlawful.
Whoivrx ihe best tempt ranee Is
c id- bv legal i es rlctiuti and ae.pervis-
lon: "Wher'eiis. '. liijuo.-s cf an inferior
jiiality can now lie jmreisa-ied in any
if the' cities or towns of Oklahoma by
my person man or child that has
'he ltuiiiev tu buy.
"Tii(r-foie li. it. resolved thai the
t nn.i nh.
One of the Best Equipped Planing Mills
in the Southvrest
WE DO EVERYTHING IN WOODWORK
Demonstrate the Merita
Pyramid Pile Cure.
What It Has Done For Others It can
Do For Vou.
We nave testimonials by the hun-
dreds showing r.H stages kinds and
.iegrees of piles which have been
cured by Pyramid Pile Cure.
If you roubl read these unsolicited
letters yon wml.l no doubt go to She
nearest drug store and buy a box of
Pyramid Pile Cure at once price fifty
We do not ask you to do this. Send
us your name and address and we wiil
send you a trid package by mall free.
We know what 'the trial package
will do. In many cases it has cured
piles without further treatment if it
pioves lis value to you order more
frail your druggist at. .'.Oc n box. This
is jair is It not? Simply (ill out free
coupoa belor; and mall today.
FREE PACKAGE COUPON
; Kiil Vint .ihe. i-lank linea. below :
wilh! your name and 'ldretU cut :
out Voupim and mail' to tlie' P'i'RA- ;
MID Ii'UiG COMPANY l'Jrt Pyra- :
mid lil.lg. Marshall. Mich. A trial :
packr.ge of the great Pyramid rile :
Cure will (hen be sent jnu at once ;
by liriiil yi'JiiiC In plcisi wrapper :
City and Ilirtc
Special to the Daily Leader.
Washington Feb. 2S. Those '.vno
keep In touch with the social calendar
of the White House look to ice n
sweeping change instituted when Mrs.
William H. Taft comes into her own
as "the 3'rst lady in the land." The
social pendulum will swing from a dn-li.-rent
angle and the personnel il!
b;: entirely different from the one
wnich now obtains et .the While
House.' U believed.
.The frst change to be made y
Airs. Taft will be to 'dispense with ihe
'.ervk'es of Miss -lielle Hague;'. w.M
v. as social secretary to Mrs. Hoose-
veit. Tiiat this change wiil be made
is thoroughly unlet stood by those who
are in a position to know. -
.JViis.'i Hagner has for Ihe imst live
year:; been social eerentry i Mrs.
o'j.ievea and :l the same lime she
iraew it salary of ?'.i(iu a year a a clers
in the war depart meat . it is a mai-
ler of fact thai tinrlag the. lim ; her
iiatue has been on tin; roll id' Ihe vvar
d.innment. Miss llugner bus never
icpoi'ted for work at the dop.irlinetit
aid it i.-s highly isrobabh: tiiti! she
d.iesn't even know to what brunch ot
de iLoiurlriieut she 1.; assigned. She
ii. ay or may not be a m.nb-l social
semetary but i! la evident that. Mra.
'1 nf t doesn't care for her services.
In expect nicy of some who have
In en out of tin1 pale far some yeais
II (;'( are ihoso who luiva' already b"-
ruii to figure on the return tu Wa-ia-
lirgton and into leading affairs of the
Hellamy Stutets who anniented so-
cial life here when made victims ot
'resident House velt' displeasure.
A change in the army and naval at-
taches at the White House is of
course expected and it is generallv
conceded that the names of Hear Ad-
miral and Mrs. William S. C.owies
...m ...it oimc.ir un freonent.lv Oil Wane
House lists of "those present.
H is also understood that Roo-e
vJCs L'a'vard callers will be replied
!;y these from Yale aa Mr. lait u
VVH XT DOES TH'3 MEAN
Muckogee Paper &:ys Guthrie has
Eliminated Hftrself. x
The following ..tirpr.sing article at)
pears In the Muskogee limes-Liemo
crat under the caption: "Where
fhnl'l !. Re?'
The second gene: at assembly of the
r.ate of Oklahoma will adjourn about
illy -th of March and probably Immed-
i telv ihercafia-r ah'ebodied booms tor
cardial locations will be started by
abimt four passlblv five go-od tow..s.
fach doubtless will convince i'.seli
that it has the ideal site and that the
l.orinsi and s'.ry line nre In perfect nc-
coil as to its being not only the cen-
ter cf culture and expediency but is
the exact center of the eifin. As the
location for a capital tot. soon to be
made ambitious town;; are even now
looking ahead and feettn.? out tb; sit-
uation (iiithrle's indirect though
ciumsiiy executed withdrawal from
further ccnai.lcration simplis tau-
tcrs. somewhn and n"w the race can
be said io he on and may the bei
Modesty alone at tiiis lime forbldi
Muskcgee from telling the people ot
Oklahoma just where to lay thei:
hands upon the best town In1 the state
but mature reflection will make
more than clear where the seat of gov
ernment should be jocatea icr tais
matchless commonwealth.' In jiist a
few vears we can have a state house
whir ill vie for grandeur and stale
lines with those of the older states
and not have to wait for the slow evo-
lution of weary years tot the state ta
get affluent enough to build itself an
imposing Capitol building in tact.
Cklaho; - was horn grown and at one
h-.ip took position among' the proudest
and boniest .jiui ; now in .hoi ttreligtit
and pride feels the need of public
buildings. olMe.tet !iivi ;eh'wwvniry
and proposes to have the bed.
The race is on. and (iutbrie'ti self-
elimination causes all ihe b-'na fide
candidnti's to sit up and mike a noise
like a permanest seat nf g lvernnieat.
Weatherford. Okla- Feb. 25. Mra.
Nannie Robiuson living west of here
ini't with a severe aecmetit la .r Hm
ling. While cooking she raised the lid
I of' keiile and the. ..u-aiu ereaping
J. T. BRIGKNER
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Fire Brick Glass and Painty
Roofing Felt and. Pitch
324-26 VV. Okla. Ave.
WHAT IS MORE ENJOYABLE
Than a oo.i llul Water DnUle ii; a cold lied upon
rcliriti at niglit ? -
Hot vvattfis not only enjoyahle on such occasions hut
it is beneficial as well. No pile should ever retire in a roM
Tom ii and a cold: hed.- A dollar or two spent for a good
lint Water llottk' may save a sick spell and besides the
con-fort is worth twice the cost if you have iicVft tried
the I lal Water Uottlo do so now and se. how enjoyable it ii.
.We have the exclusive agency of the K4NTLEEK
WATER BOTTLES ' SYRINT.ES and 'other Rubber
(ioods atpl every piece is ettaranU'cd for two years. They
are made not upon the how cheap but the liowgood plan.
Will qive satisfaction itt every case.
Call and see the. rockIs and we are sun" yon will be
pleased with them.
POSTOfFICEDRLG STORE Plume 520. 214 W. 0L!.'
POST CARDS CAMERAS AND KODAKS.
k?s. Quicker Itli
"Katy" to St. Louis
Kansas City and the North
W. 1. E
" - -h - i ' 4. - !
W einberger Transfer Co;
. r ... - - '- - - '
Prompt Attention Given to a! Calls for
Spaciocis Rooms for Storage Receivers and
' . ' Distributors . 'j. '-t
PHONE 39 - - - 510 W. OKLAHOMA
I lie one sure safe rrracoly for
tiouhlcs it nKiiirs the hat? Lewiliy
heavy and fj-!y. Use. it every W
and" watch yoiuc !h.air kspsfov.
FREE a sample boiile cf ED. PiHAUD'S H?J?l;TOh"iC CWv
for 3 applications) fur 1 Oc. to pay jslage. and pai-ling.
Write today to ED. PINAUD'S American Cfca.Ed Ptnaud Puildin.
rri iwiAtirve l ir o-Amr t:
Cures a Cold in Ooe Lvy Cito 2 P-ays 00
J .Iiit to Luc p.-'.pK
ot Oidalintua at Up1 I
f.-iealdcl" her face and eyes severely j
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 82, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 25, 1909, newspaper, February 25, 1909; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc616593/m1/2/: accessed December 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.