The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 116, Ed. 1, Saturday, May 2, 1903 Page: 4 of 8
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THE LEADER QUTHRIE KLAHOMA SATURDA'maY- 1B03T
'JJtil-i JLiELALIjJtiJtv fashionables could name half Wlen
:r - z i unpublished histories Just as bad '
Leslie CL Nlblack Editor The oUnger smart Hti seem to be
KP .'Bis traveling the same route A reoior 01
yV he the Church of Kngland. whose datigh-
trs are attending one of the fashion-
MFMItEIl OP THE A99QC1.
jnVi;iBhMl UallT excetrt :
SUMCHtPTItm BATB8 DAllT
One montb ioitrca in citr
one roontb ojmmi
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Bis mnn.hu .
C?e.Ttar tft aatanrt
f t inonvns
Oue Tear .
SATITIDAY MAY i. 1903
The car has a mind to have his
linen Taundried In Manchuria.
w able schools says In the Dally Bxpress
and Mall that It Is difficult to dlstin-
i no mlah hfttween 1Mb etiers ot nis oar-
ibarlan sons" and those of his daUghW
69 tors an "both are full of hockey crlck-
and foot ball terms anl both oqual-
lly reek wlUi slang." One girl writes
that "Mary i a ripping bowler" Nel
lie "Is a ripping forward." atit whon
he wont to visit thorn ho "found girls
In padded gloves playing to tho bawl-
ing of a inalo professor "
Letters from American girls attend-
ing colleges and private schools even
to their parents and relatives bIbo
"reek with slang" Instead of study-
ing the arts and sciences lltoraturo
and tho languagos thy aro absorbed
In athletics with occasional diversions
. . ! In lore making. Where aro the delicate
Andrew Carnegie prophesy an in-
tcrnaflonal court. May he share In ' .
tigui oo ami uuiiiuvtib o tuiu -
British colonfal subjects orb around
putting British squares into hole
In tho hissofl. Intended bb a rebuk
to encore fiends which drove Sem-
trich from tho stage Chfcftgo once
tnore demonstrates its tact.
tho "second-Jlght" prophetic girt at
tributrd to his follow Scots'
Russia never demands territory .un-
less she has it fast in hor grogpHflinec
Uios and tho fine culturo too of the
maids of past generations? Are all
these puro and sweet qualities to bo
supplanted by a coarse mntorlallsta
and a vulgar Imitation of mascnllno
wo may concludo that Manchuria Is
.;. i m" habits nntl vocations? It wJU bo a sad
With kalsor Wllhelm running a la-
bor paper and .tfnclo MarR franna
wearing tho Insignia of a. grpajyhijior
organization things aro surely com-
ing to pass. . .
day uuleou when we begin to rear
female acrobats and athletic champ-
Ions instead of marriageable maids '
There is no shorter cut to Intellectual !
No appetite loss of strength
nervousness headache constipation
bad breath general debility sour ris-
ings and catarrh of the stomach are
all due to Indigestion. Kodol cures
Indigestion. This new discov.ry repre-
sents the natural juices of digestion
as they exist In a healthy stomach
combined with the greatest known tonlo
and reconstructive properties. Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure dow not only euro In-
digestion and dyspepsia but this famous
rer.-.edy cures all stomach troubles by
cleansing; purifying sweetening and
strengthening tho mucous membranes
lining the stomach.
Wall Paper Wall Paper $
SJ8 . l W- V .. .a . U
S raint tor qn.zo a dailon -
Now is the time to buy Wall Paper
"While Renfro it. almost giving it away. We also give you a good
and social degeneracy
and to race
DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT
alves Health to Mie Sick and
StrtngtK to th Wk.
Bottlei only. $1.00 Site holdJnt Z'.i times
ths xrtil ilxe which tails (or 50c
Prejuutd by B. C. DeWltt & Co. Chlc0
Do not let others deceive you by selling you paint for 1.50 to $175 (or v?e give you the
groodsand tee prices we keep the largest and the most complete line of Drugs in the
Territory. If you can't gel wliatfyou want at Renfro's you might as well go h6me for
it is not in the citv.
Prescriptions compounded with
fresh drugs a specialty Opposite P. O.
206 w. Oklahoma Ave.
Hetty Green declare that God has FOREPAUGHSELLS CIRCUS
t.iKKHA.1 1.r In Via cant! a M ffllirt flit I
UlCSiSl'U 4ICI 111 iw oiw -vn ""
J. N. Wallace
ATTRACTS BIG CROWDS Secretary Hitchcock
Will Visit Guthrie
she docs not appear to go so far as to
consider herself .an agent of Provl-
fl0nCQ Today Is circus day In tho city and
i the immonso crowds that havo arrived
It is discovered that English school to witnous the performance this after-
bovs are bigger than tho average of 'noon and evening is proof that a clr-
25 years ago. IJaro's a porhii Wint "cits is ona of the greatest drawing
for Yankee boys to quit clgarottes and oirds t any oity The Eastorn .OWa-
resume growing. ' homn train was crowded with passon-
; gers and ssvoral jaxtra cars wuro need-
Tho childish disposition toHe mayi9) to. accommodate the orowds. Tko
be as MrsT Moord saysj a nia'rk of south hound passenger train brought
literary genius but what about the hundreds from Perry Ponca City and
host of all-around liars who have nover neighboring towns while tho train
H ..iriiiinir utnrnrv frfuii the north was also well filled.
UUI.U IW.JHIII.O Mtu jm . ). . ..
Kingnsnor aisosent a big roprosentn-.wiii ue uiuca on a iuur over mo mr-
tion and it is estimated that several tltory accomimnled by several of the
territorial officials. Tho Itinerary of
the trip has not boon arranged but In
all probability tho principal cities will
bo visited. Ho will remain In tho ter-
ritory sovoral days.
Secretary Grimes Uxlay Issued a
i.hnt-fnr tn tha Hiialar CAtv Tfiwnnltn
1 ." ..... I
company or ouster Olty with a cap-
Iitnl stock of $30000. Tho Incorpora-
tors aro: Frank Stoddard Henry
Stoddard of Blackwell; C. H. Dean F.
L. Lindley and .1. H. Pyeatt of Custer
Notarial commissions were issued
io the following'
C. E Burch of I wmn Comanche
P. A. Hudson of John township Lin-
George C. Boland of Geary Blaine
i . - . . .. . ..
A uard to the rule.
Word was received today that See-
rotarv Hitchcock of the interior lo-
lkrtment has accented the invitation Deafness Cannot be Cured
to' visit Oklahoma tendered him by!"? local applications as they cannot
Governor Forguson and will visit tho
territory immediately after his In-
dian territory trip is completed. The
secretary will loavo St Louis tomor-
row for Muskogee and will complote
his visit thoro by Wednesday. He will
come direct to Guthrie and from hero
Since lSnS. In snitu of the hlch tar
Iff our imports "havo increased from tboimand visitors aro in the city today
mi aR rot- . i nn r.nnipcrt 10 Santa Fo trains will be held until 5:S0
IU1ltftUOU in fl.vuiiuu uo n m
auornoon in oruor
dato the crowds
per cent- To the high-tariff theory
Tionnln thono fl euros must certainlv In-
dlcate that the present tariff rates north nortlons of Oklahoma
should be greatly Increased.
tho east nnd
The reappointment of "Bob" .Myers
as city collector Is a desfrvod recog-
nition of a worthy conscientious of-
fic'al and Mayor Barnes Iff to- bo sin-
cerely congratulated In taking what Is
hoped to bo inarely U.o Initial step In
surrounding himself with competent
subordinate regardless of politics
From a Cat Scratch
on tho arm to tho worst sort of a
burn sore or "boll DeWItt's Witch
Haol Salvo is a quick cure. In buy-
ing Witch Hasol Salvo bo particular
to get DeWItt's this Is tho salve that
heals without loavlng a b-ar. A spe-
cific for blind bleeding Itching and
protrvdlng piles. Sold by J. N. Wallace.
ATHLETICS AND SLANG '
Whether wo imitate the English or
the English imitnto ub thero seems to
be a remarkable similarity In the dt-
CATTLE INSPECTOR EXONERATED
The Wastes of the Body.
Every soven days tho blood mus-
cles and bones of a man of average
size lo8os two pounds of wornout tis-
sue This waste cannot bo replen-
ished nnd tto health and strength kept
up without perfect dlgostion. When
tho stomach and digestive organs fall
to perform their functions tho
strength lets down health gives way
and disease sots up. Kodol Dyspep-
sia Ouro enables tho stomach and di-
gestive organs to digest and asslml-
lato all of the wholosomo food that
may boealori into tho kind of blood
that robullds the tissues and protects
tho health itnd strength of the mind
and body. Kodol cures Indigestion
Dyspepsia and all stomach troubles.
reach tho diseased portion of the ear '
Thoro Is only one way to cure deaf-J
noes and that Is by constitutional
romedlos. Deafness Is caused by an
Inflamed condition of the mucous lin-
ing of tho Eustachian Tube. AVhen
this tubo is Inflamed you havo a
rumbllrg sound or Imperfect hearing
and when it is entirely closed Deaf-
ness Is tho result and unless the In-
flammation can bo taken out and this
tubo restored to its norman condi-
tion hearing will bo destroyed for-
ever; nlno case out of ten are caus-
ed by Catarrh which is nothing but
an inflamed condition of the mucous
Wo will give One Hundred Dollars
for any caso of Deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir-
F. J CHENriY & CO.
Sold by Druggist 8 76c.
Hall's Family Pills aro tho best.
It H Halra. deputy cattle inspec
tor has been ontlrolyooconsratad from
versions and oven In the Ices of both charges of Irregularities In office
the young and old 'sots'' of the two Colonel Dean of the United States
countries ' bureau of animal Industry who has
Earl Russell who has just emerged been carrying on a secret Inquiry thoJjt s ftn J(joal 8prjng jonIc
irom jnu to wnicn ne was neniuuci pssi weeir into ine cnargea proton-em Wallace
Lecause ot nis matrtmonini triuuia- agaum tne deputy by a resident on
tlons and who knows whereof ho Ponca Oity who nlloged that Inspeo-'
speaks declares thnt "the morals of tor HaUn had passed 197 head of cat-' Tnllf Orflf 3 TfifflnlsrS
the smart st-t" in England 'could not tl balonclnir tn F. P. Blshon of Ponca!;allIUl U'a 1WUIJJ1UI3
. .. Ni.ii.i:.."S. i. .t.t'r-"a "!'.. ...... .i.. .. .i.x
UV tVUIBYT V.1IIIUI I'll lie- llilit. i w- vilj iUi 1 1 UitBVJI IUWUI1 UU1 UVQ UIU
ly l'tiow their pnrents Tho parents quarantine lino from tho Ponca rosor-
liave homes but they rarely ever go vatlon to tho pastures In Kay county
to them Thoro will bo no such thing knowing that the aattlo were to be
us n homo Yn 'fWt particular set a shipped to Kansas. Tho federal au-
generation off." But the i-bandonment t hor I ties sent an Inspector to tho tor-
of homes Is not all nor the worst ritor who Investigated the case and
""We opened our eyes In concert he e letter receled by tho board from
continues or the GrtiONllle Go-dnn Cuionel Dean entirely exonerates
case the other day. but uny uno fan I Halm from blame
Whereas th committee who obtained my signature to g
early closing failed to publish the condition upor which o
I signed as agreed and also failed to send me a printed
copy of the exception or condition and also failed to send g
me a Union Card to put Su my window I hereby abrogate m
tne agreement ana will hirealter open at u.oO a. m. and i
close at e.au p. in. exceii-ng baturuays Aviscn the store
will be closed at 10 p. m.
With exception to members of my family my clerks
will not be detained after 6. 30 p. m. excepting Saturdays.
No goods will be sold on Sunday. A large part of my
stock consists of granite tinware and hardware which my
competitors are selling without let or hindrance early and
late. I carry druggists' sundries such as Perfumery toi-
let articles stationery etc. and my c mpetitors sell early
late and all day Sunday. Again I carry rugs pictures
etc. and the furniture dealers are not included in this
Once more the Racket Store is with thd people and
for the people early and lute with the lowest prices.
GEO. B. KING
Cut Out the Wine
(By Associated Prees.)
OKLAHOMA TRAVELERS RETURN.
Boston Mass. May 2. Tho Rev W
Roe nnd Mrs. Roo of Oklahoma arrlv
ed In Boston late Tuesday evening on
tho steamship Comraonwaalth of tho
Dominion lino of tho International
Mercantile Mnrlno company. They
sailed from Gibraltar having been
travelling In Italy and Spain.
the Bowel Troubles of
Children of Any Age.
Atrit nitftHnn. Retfulair
TOWBSRShHH the Bo well Strengthens
Costs Only 25 oats at fnssis teething easy.
Or mtll SS centi to C. J. MOFFETT M. D ST. LOUIS. MO.
Ouros Eruptions Soros Colio Hlvos Thrush. Bomovoa and ProvontSj.
Worms. a?EjEXTE3anTi. COUNTERACTS AND OVERCOMES-.
THE EFFECTS OF THE SUMMER'S HEAT UPON TEETHING CHILDREN.
t f-uW-R -ilrrr ri -
GET DOWN TO FACTS.
the: old reliable
San Francltco Cal May 2 The
grand commandary of Knights Tem-
plar of California has decided by unani
mous voto that horoaftor no wine snail
bo served at Templar banquets. The
Innovation has been .Introduced It is
said so that tho order on this coast
might fall In lino with a gonoral move-
ment ot the same kind In tho oast nnd
because the uso of wins in lodge
rooms for all official functions Is con
trary to the principles of Masonry
APPEALED TO SUPREME COURT.
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
To tho Oklahoma supreme court has
been appealed tho case of W. T.
Shi 'vera vs. the Territory wheroln tho
i P) fcjfjarntlff' appeals from tho district
court of Blaine county. Shlvoru was
convicted of grand larceny at tho
April term of court 1902 at Watonga
yd yas sentenced to two years In
the ltnmng penitentiary. Tho plain-
tiff ullntros that no Indictment wan
over returned to the court Jtnd that the rukd n0 olher
corut had no Jurisdiction to sentence
him. Tho plaintiffs afaornons are
.B. "PnTar ujid Lookabapgk Drothers.
Brother John Lafaoy ot the Bene-
dlctlno monastery at Sacred Heart
trottawatomle county grew a leman
that weighed one pound and was tblr-
ton Inches In circumference The
Read What Guthrie Citizens Say.
Gtit down to tho fact of tho matter.
Don't take a atrangor'a word It la
easier to prove tho truthfulness of
statements made hy citizens of Guth-
rie than endorsements coming from
some faraway place. Read the fol
Mr. E. A. KInnebrew retired former.
of 41D E. Porkins avc says: "About
tix monthB ago without any apparent
cause I noticed a pain Just across the
small of my back. At first It was
moro severe In the morning but by
nnu by It became a constant nagging
annoyance Other symptoms plainly
showed that my kidneys were the
cause of the troublo nnd knowing thl
when I noticed Doan's Kidney Pills
advertised to cure kidney complaint'
nnd kidney complaint alone I want o
J. N. Wallace's drug store for a box
A few days' treatment radically dU-
jiosed of the'attock. 'I 'will be pnlyS--
too pleased to give minuter particu-
lars to friends and acquaintances In
Guthrta who call upon me perionallv.
For sale bft all detfera. Price GO
cent. FostefiMIlburo Co uuiraio w.
EAST 1BH WEST
DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE
Free Reclining: Chair Cars on all Trains
Pullman Buffet Drawing Room Sleeping
Cars Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cara
between MEMPHIS and the
J. t. McNALLY D. P. A. GEO.
Oklahoma City O. T.
u l irt- -
-i v r i
Llttlo Rook Ark.
Y. sole agen(fe.Io the UnlWd States
Remember he name ;Doan a and l
AGENTS WANTED Tfliatablsh per-
manent business. hanjUlngt nqy - at
tractive last selling' specialties.
Sample 14k Fountain rfett 30c; termsl
catulogue free. Address J. E. White-"
ley. Jasper. Colo
e the Wheeling Whirlers at the i
W. T. WALKER
Loans Rencals Insurance
plate glass. .
- f .. STEAM BOILER and
Insurance in Leading Companies
IM WtitOlUloat Ae
Eh r s lilt Etcrc
v Standard tKeatrc.toulgb - '
.tree was kept In a hothoAis " '
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 116, Ed. 1, Saturday, May 2, 1903, newspaper, May 2, 1903; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc72041/m1/4/: accessed May 18, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.