The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 96, Ed. 1, Saturday, September 27, 1902 Page: 2 of 12
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TH& LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA 8A1
Is a go tl thing' to have.
independence aud self-reliance
other way Have you an account?
us in our home saving's department.
(i?t one of our Hojuf Savings Banks; Its free and
save the amouutywi liiu.il iv spend for unnecesary things.
It will surpriseyou to soe your account r w
'Save only twenty-flyc emts
nort years and you will luve
(i I. 27.SM UltK liJoW Arc In lt
The system is simple. Why not Join the
btxnd of 1000 money so-vers. You can
open a. bark account with $1.
CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK
r GUTUREE OKLAHOMA.
SCOTTISH RITE REUNION
Another Big Class (o be
Given the Degrees
The members of the Scottish Rite
are once moro active making propara
tlonB fur the reunion next month
when a class of 78 will be given tho
tlogreoe. Tho programme of this re-
union is out and the meeting prom-
ises to bo a highly successful one.
The Interior of tho temple has boon
improved tho pant fow wooks and
material additions made to tho elec-
tric plant. Ihe paraphernalia is In
bettor shape and tho work will be
exceptionally woll exemplified. Tho
llrst throe dogroos of the Ancient Ar
cepted Scottish Rite of Froe Masonry
aro approntlco followcraft and mas-
ter mason the degree conforrod in all
bluo lodges. In countries where this
rite exclusively prevails those as
-well as tho succeeding oloven degrees
are given in the Lodge of Perfection.
In the United State the supreme
count lis require that tho first throe
dogroos be exclusively administered
by the symbolic lodges mnder the
jurisdiction of tho grand lodges as the
only authentic power. Tho ineffable
degrees begin w'fJi the fourth and
pxtend to and Include the fourteenth.
Soottlsh Rite Masonry Is based on
two systems formerly existing the
old system being founded on the con-
stitutions and regulations drawn up
by nine commissioners appointed by
the sovereign grand sublime council
of the royal secret. Orients of Par's
and Berlin dated 1708 which aro un-
disputed. The number of degrees was but
twenty five the last being tho royal
secret. The thirty third degree wa.
of course then unknown.
In 178G an amended constitution was
put forth alleged to be issued under
the mandate of Frederick of P ussta
Whether there constitutions w?re ever
known to Frederick or not is of no
valuation. They were excellent and
complete and gave force and effect
iH this rfte to a new system enibiac-
lOK thirty-three degrees under tho
UUUHetlve title of Ancient A' -pted
Scottish Rite. The word "Scottish"
Jiad no place In the old system.
Gives you that feeling of $
that you won't get in any $
Start one todav with
$1 will do it.
each working day for five
Start a bank
1.000 of these
here in Guthrie
TECTORIAL SNAP SHOTS.
Matters of More or Less Interest to
October 1 tho following postoffices
will be advanced from fourth class t
prosldontial offlcos: Chelsea $1000;
Mndil). $1100; Poteau ?1000; Snlll-
The drug store of Tronlos and
Mitchell at Marietta was burglarized
night befuro last and $26 worth of
Jowolry stolon. Nothing olso was
mlselng from tho drug Btqra.
James Cnpps was shot and Instantly
killed Friday at tho home of Love
Simp-on near Vinn. Tho marshal's
office nt this placo was not'fled and
a who sent o a doputy at Sallisaw
who wont and arrested Simpson nnd
toov't him boforo Commissioner
Rrowno for trial.
There was a big jack rabbit chase
southwest of Edniond Inst Sunday.
The occasion originated in a wager as
to the superiorly of a groy hound of
Frank Shopman's ovor a grey dog of
Fiank Doylngton's. The Shopman
dog was given tho decision. After
wards sovoral dogB wer turnod looso
for a general chaso and twenty or
moro jack rabbits were hilled. The
entortainmont attracted a large crowd.
More Muskogee people are Invest
ing in rao horfloe. Musi ogee Is a
Somo of the territory papers are
nrnyliiff for thu rain to otnn Knt lnnir'sort) a Surgical Operation. If therO
ago they were praying for t to start. . s R complaint which entails moro dl-
I tress and suffering upon those afflict-
Lecraft Bros. of Colbort sold 480 . tha P. r hemorrhoid it is
bales of cotion Mnndsv to .Toim Kimr'nt known to the writer; fortunately.
and Co. of Durnt I. T. eonsUlara
Hon. Tarns Ulxby acting chairman
of Uie Dawes commission has receiv-
ed the following from the secretary of
the 'nterior rolatlve to the pending
election In the Choctaw end' Chicka-
saw nations: Washington Sept. 21.
On the Choctaw Chickasaw supple-
monial agreement the department ot
justice in cooperation with the do-
iwrtiuent of the interior will deal
summarily with any government of-
ficial attempting to n any way lnter
fe. . d vectly or indirectly in the mat-
ter of the pending agreement yxeept
far the preservation oi public orur
In accoi dance with specific depart-
mental Instructions and you will give
PRE88 COMMENTS. J
The cold Dloodrd grafting snako
who clnrhos the territorial printing
amounting to 2uj000 annually Frank
Qroer l keeping strict account of all
the nominees for tho legislature in
lila pnpr tho Onpltnl.
Ills agents will be n the heels of
every man elected before the ink on
the election returns are dry. Frank
Greer jr not as smart as he Is per- oil President Roosevelt's condition to-
Blatant. Ho never overlooks a bait clay In nn interesting mannor.
or a bite. HSnld Wave. I "Tho official statement says that
Republican papers say that at Paw-'only perfectly pure serum was found"
nee Cromwell skinned Bob Neff alive j said Dr. llernays. "This may havo
last week and completely punctured ieen a blister nnd would deserve but
his land lessee discrimination argu- Htth attention. I have never bofore
mem. When asked by some one In 'heard the opening of a blister called
the audience to expla'..i the land les'a surgical operation. It is eminently
ee section of the Flynn tntehood ' proper however to have a blister
bill he waved his hands majestically .'opened under antfsopr precaution
and sal: "As for Neff and his land j anil therefore it seems quite the prop-
lessee argument there Is nothing to Pr thing to have our much admired
it. nothing to it" and the barbarous president taken to an operating room
act of "ekinnlng Neff alive" was : M a hospital. If only to open a blister
dosed. j "Recalling the president from an
' .important political tour on account of
First Supreme .Council.
The flmt nn pmp council farmed
under this accepted constltntton at
Charleston S. C 'f May 1801 cov-
ered the twenty-five degrees ot the
'old rite of perfection which had ex-
1 Isted from 1758 as well as igh n; w
degrees making the royal secret the
j thirty-second nnd the thirty third de-
I gree the offlclnl or governing tie-
' grees as It now exists
j Many of the degrees were Quite old
i degrees tit the time of the organisa-
tion of the rite of perfection in 1768
some of them being known In 1713 bo
that the body haj a reasonably fair
j claim to the word "ancient" in iti
The rite of perfection was introduc-
ed into this country ns early as 17671
the present grand lodge of perfection
l nt Albany N. Y . having be in Insti
tuted f. that year. During the period
1802-1813 several supreme councils
were organized including those ac
Pails Milan Naples and Madrid.
The supremo council for tho north-
ern jurisdiction of tho Unltod States
of America to which Onontaf cons!-
tory owes allegiance was organized
in August 1813 and jts territory Is
included in the statos ot Maine New
.Hampshire Vermont Massachusetts
Rhode Island Connecticut. Now York
Now Jorsoy Pennsylvania Ohio
Michigan Indiana Illinois and Wis-
consin. On tho way back from the cemetery
after a woman's funoral some one '
every carriage says: "I wonder if he
will over many again" and all the
rest look shocked though the same
thought had been In tholr minds.
THE STRENUOUS LIFE.
A Great Strain.
No one dHpu.os the fact that we
ara living in a "rapid" age; it is rush
I rush wish from morning until night
'and cotnpotitlou is so fierce that the
struggle does not ceaso until the ma-
i chine Is worn out. Women too even
when surrounded by every comfort
become infected by the common spir
it and what with their clubs and
many social dutios navo no timo to
give thought to their physical woll-
being until thoy aro suddenly brought
to a sharp realization or the fact
that nothing in tholr lives is so lrn
portant as attention to correct or ra
tional living. It may surprise the
readers to loam that women are more
prono to piles than men nnd in moat
cases because it Is difficult to im-
press upon them tho sraportanoo of
regular movements of the bowels; Ir-
regularity mean Btralnlng at stool
and straining moans piles with tho
oortalnty (under tho usual mo'hods
of troatmont) that the sufferer will
"havo them alway with tier;" by "us-
ual methods" is meant tho application
of salves and lotions or (as a last ro-
however these are loarning that
there is a remedy that effectually
cures all forms ot pllos; it is known
as the Pyramid Pile Curo. is in sup-
poaitory form Is applied directly to
the imrts and does its work quickly
and painlessly; It Is bo'1 by druggist
for fifty cents a package or will bo
mailed by the makers to any addroia
upon receipt oi pries. Mrs John H.
Castona 8012 Arch St. Chicago says:
"1 muftt write you that I wa cured of
a very aggravating case of itching and
bleeding pile by the use of the gnat
remedy Pyramid Pile cure even after
several physicians hau claimed there
was no cure except by an operation.
I am well now and owe all to this
valuable remedy I cannot say enough
Marshall. Mich for their llttu book'Ut
on the cause and cure of piles.
'MAY HAVE BEEN A BLISTER."
A St. Louis Surgeon Speak Sarcasti-
cally ofl the Operation on the
St. Louis Mo Sept 27. Dr. A. C.
Hornaya a surgeon of international
fame who predicted McKInley's death
and King Bdwnrd's recovery discuss-'
a blister contain ng perfectly pure
.serum savors romewhnt of politics
T iearrt ot W' ' music hall
i in London but did not think the dis
ease had reached the Weatorn hemis-
phere. Surgery Is a inther clear de-
partment of medicine but wlffln if
gets mixed tip w'fli politics I will
have none of it."
Wishing does no good. How w
wished for rain last summor! How wo
wished for pleasant weather this
The day that the boy baby puts on
his first pants his mothor begins tq
feel that thoro are two men in the
An AtchiEon girl can't raise a pom-
padour and rlie explains It by saying
that people are always patting her on
the head. i
A woman can not bo said to be 1 1-
orarj unloss he has n wasto paper
basket Into which sho has never
dropped sowing ojr fancy work.
Whon a man is kind to his wlfo
sho forgets that ho wasn't kind yestor
day providing ftono of her relatives
are around to remind her ot it.
Outfitters to Man and Boy
114 W Okla Ave.
A veritable sensation is promised to the visitors of the Famous store Saturday
and Monday September 27th and 20th. We have two lots of boys' knee pants
just in from our New York Otty Factory; one of the largest of it's kind in the east
where all our clothing for man and bo' is rightly made so it can be rightly sold
Just at this time when the boys are romping around climbing fences and stone
walls after school is over and during recess time. r
Extra pants for that strenuous young American are an absolute necessity and at
these bargain prices mothers will find it to their advantage to lay in a plentiful
supply of thenVfor future use.
Made of Strong- worsteds
waistbands and taped
For Saturday sxnd
' a. pair ;!
Sold all around town at 35c aud 45c !
Made of all wool Cheviots
Regular price SS. Our price
088 Grand Ave MitaatiKw. Wi- . Manh J. 1902
Only a wifs nnd mother can fully undmiand the grand benefit which
Wine of Cnrdui I in oaes of barrenness nnd pregnant After five
years of married life meet of the timo in ill health with irregular scanty
and extremely painfnl menstruation I became completely discouraged. 1
kept getting worn- and worse. The doctor said that if I could have a
child I would be much belter but inflammation had set in and I was in
roch poor health generally that I was simply unfit to be n mother. My
sister had a beautiful boy and she told me what benefit she had derived
from Wine of Cardui so mv husband decided that we would stop the
doctor's visits and try Cardui. I wish I had only known of this before
What misery I would havo been spared! lint J was grateful for the
speedy relief I obtained and so pleased to find that 1 gradually was re-
turning to health happiness and new life nnd hope. Within four months
I was like a changed being nnd now found that the long hoped for happi-
ness was to be mine as! expected a child. I kept taking Wine of Cardui
all through my pregnancy nnd a lovely daughter blessed our homo. Child-
birth was almost painless and my husband nnd I both thank you a thou-
sand times for the sunshine and happiness Wine of Carduf brought to our
THE gi-eatost ambition of men
and women is to havo happy
homes blessed with healthy chil-
dren. Because wives are weak and
tick thousands of homes are barren
and desolate. Hotf many thre aro
today suffering irregularities and
bearing down pains menaced with
the probability of becoming childless
wives. Thousands of heretofore
childless wives are becoming moth-
ers by having these troubles relieved
by Wine of Cnrdui. This great rem-
edy so strengthens the organs of
motherhood that nervous discour-
aged women who want children but
who fear the suffering caused by
childbirth go through motherhood
with Httlo trouble. By strengthen-
ing tho organs weakened by sick-
ness Wino of Cardui makes all this
possible No medicine can restore
dead organs but Wino of Cardui
does regulate derangements that pre-
vent conception does prevent mis-
carriage does rostoro weak func-
tions and shattered nerves and does
bring babies to homos barren nnd
desolate for years. Get n dollar bot-
tle of Wino of Cardui from your
denier and treat yourself in the pri-
vacy of your homo with this great
remedy. Where digestive disorders
exist a small package of Thedford's
Black-Draught should also be used
Boys' Knee Pants
Made of al wool Cheviots Cassi-
meres and Corduroys with patent
waistband taped seams. Stone have
double seats and double knees.
For Saturday sxnd Monday
'R.egvlarly sold at 75c
Man and Uoy
114 W Ok.
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