The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 113, Ed. 1, Wednesday, April 29, 1903 Page: 4 of 8
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THE I.EADEH GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA WEDNESDAY APRIL 29 1S03.
Leslie a Ntblack Editor.
MEMnfR of tub AsoriATgb pkkss
PuWsici uaiiy except sumtoyi bv tiw
rtnenii'Wh tettvertd id cut
one TBirub or mall
Three mc iths . .. -. .. . ..-.a
Bxcii-n:h ... ... 'JMk.'i-.
One tar in advance
Six tiuntnii ...
One Tear . .. .
WEDNRSDAY ArRIL tt 1803
Wheat comos tip smiling After the
ting rid of its present It intern prob
lorn without eaterlng upon new and
Immensely greater oner In ChlniU
tion a crop of 8000000fl bushels Is
cnAftfelttly Counted on.
1 the nxt two weeks this Immense-
ly THluabl crop will be out of (laager.
With a winter wheat crop Amount THE FADING DECLARATION.
ing to :.o ortn.ooo tinaheN an averagal 1 . uews from "Washington la that
vleld of spring wheat will carrv the the Declaration of Independence Is to
grand total of our wheat production pass f room "the public sight. This is
to 800 000.000 bushels or more ot a step taken In the hope that the
The largest crop eTer grown was immortal Instrument will than pass
that of last year when the agg Tate from the public mind as oomplotoly as
reached 7Mfl?! 73 bushels
j Wall Paper Wall Paper
Opinions differ as to whether tie
Prince of Wales Is "tho earning man."
There Is strong rivalry these days
between collectors of odd pieces of
age crop of the last ten years has
barely exceeded 500.000000 bushels.
We exported last year no less than
156000.000 bushel'- of wheat receiving
therefor about $113000000.
it seems to 1m e slipped from the con-'
sciences and convictions of a large
number of our statesmen and politlcl-'
The Declaration Is fading. lis Ink
proves loss lasting than Its originators
The preliminary races between Re-
Ijfiuro and Shamrock HI are conduct-
ed n cable.
Tl-ar railroad tnus will noLbo rais-
ed by sitting still and Waiting for 'your
neighbor to do tho work.
Llttlo Japan Is proparlng to make
the Russian Bear realize thajt ho hns
stirred up a hornet's nost In Ohlna.
It teems practically certain that we meant Its sentiments to be. An so It
will go Into the retirement of a light-
proof vault to be brought forth only
at Intervals for photographic measure-
ments of Us decay.
Thoro Is encouragement In tho an-
nouncement that the teat of tho docu-
ment fades less rapidly than the sig-
natures. It Is a grief of course that
the firm "fist" nnd flourish of John
Hancock which "John Dull can read
without his spectacles" have almost
disappeared. But men anu autographs
must parish ever whllo great prjnci-
will have quite as much wheat to sell
No other country ever exported
wheat or any other agricultural prod-
uct to such enormous value and vory
few countries hnve ever had the total
of their surplus crops to leach such a
magnificent total us the sales of our
wheat abroad did last year.
And It is likely that 'even this su-
perb record will be surpassed this
There are many gooHipaMfyi& tq oxi
206 w. Oklahoma Ave. 4
Now is the time to buy Wall Paper
While Renfro is almost givinjjtt away. We also give youayooil
ei& Paint for $ 1 25 a Gallon at
Do not let others deceive you by selling you paint for SI. 50 to 1.75 for we give you the
groodsand tee prices we keep the largest and the most complete line of Drugs in the
Territory. If you can't et what you want at Renfro's you might as well go liome for
it is not in the city.
Renfro Drug Co
Prescriptions compounded with
fresh drugs a specialty Opposite P. O.
Guthrie Is orttltjed to havo tho boat
street railway system procurable and
no fra.'-chlso should bo granted oxcopt
on this consideration.
pect that the phenomenal prosperity
which has blessed our country during
the last four or five yftars will oon
ttnue at least for tho nexf yoar or two.
One of the best nesuranaos of title
prospect Is tho magnificent yloKl of
whoat that is now matur!ng.
When it comofl to chost measure-
ment Governor Ferguson's military
s'aff will Blzo up wltli any of the uni-
formed warriors in the big parade at
St Louis tomorrow.
'The United States la a child among
nations." says tho County Robort do
Montesqulou-Fozonsac safely back In
Paris A fast-growing child at any
rate where France Is scarcely hold-
ing Its own except possibly In tho
production of singers of tho "ghosts
Do your duty and you make Gno-
mics. Wo believe In an bltlolar whose
honesty Is known without a label. A
political boss opposes men who havo
tho ability to become too pig for them.
Senator ftfeMwMrfv"W Pekin's'
Courier-Journal: If Mr. Bryan could
get tho presidential heo out of his
bonnet tho polHon of oratory out of
his blood and could oarneaUy nud Jn-
lelllgently sit down to a study of
truth or hotter could travel see tho
world and loam a llttlo outside his
on? barnyard he would be at once a
more useful anil a happier man a
founder and a builder and not the em.
blttered architect of ruin he thrertens
to become. ..
THE LAND OF PLENTY.
We have tho promise this yoar of
tho groatost crop of wheat on record.
A now record was mado last year In
winter whoat the aggregato reaching
411000000 bushels. But the jros(jnt
prospect Is wholly unprecedented.
There aro two million moro acres In
wheat this year than there were last
and the condition pf the crop la re-
markably high. On tho fltjt of April
that condition was !7.8 as against 78.7
n year ago whon a groat crop was
produced Tho avorago condition of
the wheat crop on tho llrst of April
for tho last ten years has been 82.1
On the present acreage and condl-
HOT CHESTNUTS IN CHINA.
From Washington comes tho intlma
Hon that England Is looking to thlfti
country to tnko the Initiative In pro-
test t0 Russia over' Manchuria as t-hB
"open door" In that section of the
Chlnoso dnipiro is vastly more Impor-
tant to the United States than to tony
other country. At the same time It is
said that American trade with that por-
tion of China is growing ratfujly "nnd
U Is still In Its infancy."
It Is scarcaly necessary to point out
that a trade yot in Its infancy can
hardly bo regarded as ot Mich vast Im-
portance as to warrant Uie United
States In taking the load in an affair
so far from homo as that In Man-
churln. It would doubtless bo ngreo-
able to England and Japan for the
United States generously to volunteer
to pull thulr chestnuts orit of tho fire
In tho East. Undoubtedly tho United
States would profor that tho Integrity
Of tho Chinese omplro be maintained
and will do all diplomatically that
can bo done to that end but If the"
graat omplro of tho East Is as Bpoms
Iikoly nbout to be partitioned this
country with no desire to participate
In the scramble for tenitory can well
afford to direct Its chief' 6fforiXtbget-
plos founded on truths which "we
hold to be self-evident" shnll oihlure.
iThore Is no danger that wo shall fgr-
Igot Hancock even without his big
and Bold signature and there Is great
satisfaction In tho thought that as to
the body of tho documont something
batter exists than any fnc-slmlle.
Jlowevor an authentic photographic
copy of the Declaration well develop
ed would not bo bad for purposes of
official reference and reminding In the
Philippines in tho White house and In
want to get fat and fat people
want to get thin human
nature. If you are fat don't
take Scott's Emulsion. It
will make you gain flesh. If
you are thin Scott's Emul-
sion is. just what you. need.
It is one of the greatest
flesh producers known. Not
temporary gains but healthy
solid flesh that will fill out
the body where it is needed.
There's nothing better than
Scott's Emulsion for weak-
ness and wasting.
We'll tend you a unplc (ret upon rtqocit
n S KOWNE 4. rrl Str.M New Vc
There's nothing better in creation
Than Little EJftrly Risers tho famous
They always offect p cure and save
LitUo Early Risers are different from
all other pills. They do not weaken
tho system but act as a tonic to the
tissues by arousing secretions and re-
storing tho liver to tho full perform-
ance of Its functions nnturally.
J. N. Wallace.
F. A. Ashton of Chandlor who this
weok assumod charge of tho office Of
territorial oil Inspector has begun th
inspection of oils coming into tho ter-
ritory and tho work thus tar is report-
ed satisfactory by Mr. Ashton. Jfr.
Ashton will appoint deputies at every
tank station of which thero are twonty-
soven in Oklahomn nnd thus hopes to
be able to detect any poor oil that
may be shipped In by tho several oil
oompaulee. Tho names of the depu-
ties will be announced as soon as the
list Is completed.
Due Notice Is Served.
Due notice is hereby served on tho
public generally that DoWItt's Witch
Hnsel Salve Is the only salve on 'ho
markot that is made from tho pure
unadulterated witch hazel DoWltt'a
Witch Basel Salvo has curod thous
amis of cases of piles that would not
yield to any other treatment nnd'
this fact has brought out many worth-
less counterfeits. Those persons who
got tho genuine DoWItt's Witch Hazel'
Salvo are never disappointed because
J. N. Wallace.
Notice to Water Consumers.
From now until further" notlco Is
given wator will bo pumped from tfio
H. C. Barney
IBj Associated Press.
Kansas City Live Stock.
Cattle C.000; steady to lower.
Native steers 4.76(3)6.40.
Cowb and heifers 2.25(fj4.76
Stockers nnd feeders 3.104.00.
Hogs 0.000; 510c lower.
Packers C. 66 0.90.
Pigs 4 C0G.62.
Sheep 4000; strong to higher.
Kansas city Grain.
Cash No. 2 hard 67(8)08.
No. 3 6607.
No. 4 6105.
No. 2 red 6g06fA.
No. 3 O60GS.
Cash No. 2 mixed 30 87.
No. 2 white 3737M
No. 3 3G36.
2 white 33.
No. 2 mixed 32 33.
No. 2 4546.
Receipts of wheat 106 cars.
Kansas City Produce.
Dnlry fancy'is .
Eggs frash. 12.
The local corps of tho Salvation
army raised ?130.00 for thoir solf-dc-nlal
fund this year; Tho officers wish
lo thank tho friends and ovory one
that assisted In raising tho amount.
Ensign L. Whitson.
To some people truth is stranger
than Action because they have so lit-
tle to do with the former
A Card to the Public. !
Whereas the committee who obtained my signature to g
early closing failed to publish the condition upon which o
I signed as agreed and also failed to ssnd me a printed "
copy of the exception or condition and also failed to send g
me a Union Card to put in my window I hereby abrogate k
the agreement and will hereafter open at G.80 a. m. and bc
close at 8.80 p. in. excepting Saturdays when the store g
will be closed at 10 p. m. o
"With exception to members of my family my clerks "
will not be detained after G.30p. m. excepting Saturdays g
No goods will be sold on Sunday. A large part of my
stock consists of granite tinware and hardware which my k
competitors are selling without let or hindrance early and g
late. 1 carry druggists sundries sucn as .f ertumery ten- o
let articles stationery etc. and my c mpetitors sell early
late and all day Sunday. Again! carry rugs pictured
etc. and the furniture dealers are not included in this
Once more the Racket Store is with the people and
for the people early and lute with the lowest prices.
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Thursday April 30
Fred Raymond presents his latest melodramic success
F. O. Ireson Francis Owenand other well known artists ins
the cast. A grand scenic production. New and startling me-
chanical effects. The famou? "Blu Cut" hold up. Mob law
in Arkansas The jail breakiug icene First clas specialties.
25 35. 5e 75
This elegant hostelry has been
refitted and refurnished. They
invite your patronage.
Where we will be-glad to welcome our friends and customers. ' Will continue to sell at Factory Cost until we move back to
our new building. Our saes have been heavy silIce we've been selling at cost but we yet have the best selections in Furniture
to be seen in the city. Visit us in our "little store" and see th6 good things we have to offer.
nailand-Telephone Orders Receiye PromRt Attention.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 113, Ed. 1, Wednesday, April 29, 1903, newspaper, April 29, 1903; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc72038/m1/4/: accessed January 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.