The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 116, Ed. 1, Saturday, May 2, 1903 Page: 6 of 8
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Tfll LRADCN. trTMHISC OKLAHOMA
8ATURDAY MAY 2 1903.
GOVERNOR PER I
(Conflnmd (rem PM 1)
possession for only three year. Na
poleon was confronts! by ii' graw
problems; ho n- l-l money; again
be must do something to oppose tin
power of Knglanr' on toe American
continent He e niemly conceived the
plan Of weakening England In the
west ly buildtnK up a formidable rival
hence tfae sale of Louisiana to the
I nitetl Stale j
Jefferson's Prophetic Eye. 1
The' sage of Monticello the great
i fferon with eager eye looked west-
ward to thai undeveloped err-.' t be1
jond tho Mississippi He sar and
fully comprehended the advantage to
the I'nltod States to he Rained by the
acquisition of a land bo rich In natural
resources and so lull of promise. Pos-
!hly not" many citicn- In the United
Suites tBallKOtl the vast possibilities In
Mi Jefferson's purchase Some of
honi even opposed It. declaring such
aci'np to be unconstitutional "When
h' great Jefferson IWcame president
the star Spangled banner of our re
public floated upon the breetse east t
the Mississippi Whon tho sun wt
upon our shores In those day of the
Infant republic nc- starry flag bath-
ed Us folds In his doparting rays west
of tho "Fathor of Waters." When Mr.
Jefferson aftor eight years of oitlclal
Ufo. turned tho ciuntry over to bis
successor that ilag of fnmo and lm-. pines the northwestern prnlrlos the
mortal glory waved proudly from tho contral statt. tho Paclfie slope the
SURVEY IS COMPLETED.
Mrs. Frances Mitchell
Secretary. North Chicago frauen
CntoAoo lu. 1K Wlnnomao Arenas Oct. 35 1M2.
Wlnfl of Osrdul can nlways be relied upon to cure when ererr thinff olso falls. It Is a cortMn cure for fmals
diseases In tbelr worst forms. I sntrtml for years with uloeretlon. Intense pains in the welnb and orarlos and
dreadful headache unfitted roe for my work. Plnellv I jrrew so HI that I had to keep to ray bed. The pains vrero
so Intense at times aj to eause spams and a disagreeable discharge drained my life lorees. In ri"- extremity after
all else Da iaiieu iimu winv 01 ubimui. uvr umag t iur "" i.-vcks i Dtgan 10 improvr m rapidly mat I X6JC
mrl what a rail.
Lhn who hare named tbrouah
such a lee of tlcknesa as I hose -v
will nnoeretann now inn i Tnrav
Wine of Cardtii. It is indeed a.
boon to sink women.
i Santa Pe Finds New Route for Pan
The Santa Fe l.m completed a su
u.y of Its entire Panhandle line trom
Amar.llo. Tex . to Wellington Ka
fur the purpose nf securing a !e:i"T
route In Oklahoma a nen roite en
tlrely has 1-een selected across the
Cimarron ami North Canadian river
fn Woodward count t. to avoid th"
steep grades and harp cirves through
the Tucker hills The toad will lv
remodeled lor hea tra'ftc as a par'
of the Santa Fes new California tin
encouraged to keep up the treatment whloh 1 dht tor eighteen weeks but nt the end of that timet was entirely
net was mine una now new anu ueanium me looaeu 10 mo wnen my neaun wat restored uoly
& YZctt S7Z?Z
Beats the rf N VW HlW khttf BMjf
Fully 1.600000 afflicted American women have lieon cured of f ornate diseases in the privacy of Uiolr tames by Wine
of Cardiii and v en-one of them would pivi it the same pruise Mrs. Mitchell gives.
Every weak woman needs Wine f Cmlui What better present could bo taken to a suffering relative or ft load
than a bottle cf this great medicine? I hat is 4m quickest and most satisfactory wav to bring joy to the despondent
sullerer in jour notue- to really niftKe vour loveu ones nappy uan you react airs. Alitoaeu a letter without tcellng your
responsibility to the sufforers in your home? Wine of Cardui cures disordered and painful incus tnmtion periodieafhend-
ftches. falling of tlif wrul and leucorrhosa. It urci
extreme cases of these troubles. It strengthens jrirU anproachinir womanhood helps bring
children to barren homes makes pregnancy and childbirth easier prevents mis-
carriages and is tho best medicine ever made for use during the change of life.
'Why permit tho good women in jour home to suffer another day? Evorj
druggist has $1.00 bottles of Wine of Cardui.
! Lincoln Is the nam" of a new town
iOn the Fort r..' ati ! Western rail-
iroad between W"i.etKa and Okeemab.
It Is a neirro t-"n ecluslvel N)
.whites are alowe.i to purchase prop-
erty or locate in the town Thl- n
the second neeu town to be es'abluh
ted lu this country the other one he
ling Wild Oat In the Creek nation
resent all the elements that mako up
our social structure throughout tite
United States. From the northern
shores of tfco Pacific aud when the
departing sunllRht fell upon tho glor-
ious emblom of liberty and civilisa
tion tho ovonlhg wjnds breathed gent
Atlantic shores have come the peo-
ple who have bullded so wisely nnd
well in this new commonwealth. Also
from the sotithlnud wlfere tho mock-
ly In Its folds the Irresistible spirit ofllng bird sings and the magnolia
expansion. In eight years Jefferson blooms have come the children of the
had crossed over half the continent j great republic who have cui .U.n
He had reached tho nea H was on the lot with their countrymen from the
14th day of May 1804 that Lewis' and 1 north and. side by side are building
In Oklahoma They doubtless have
gone to that country with a little sec
tional projudlco characteristic of buth
but since becoming acquainted preju-
dice has glvon way t6 a sentiment of
genuine citizenship. In Oklahoma a
man Is not estimated by the geogra-
phy of his native state but bv hlj
qualities as a cltHcon. Th-j desc-onil-ants
of the Puritalns liavo met the de-
scendants of tho Cavalier In that 1 n 1
. "y are friends.
Marks a Golden Era.
It 1ms been well said by some or.e
Clarko loft SI. Louis and puBhod tlielrlwvll tho foundation for one of Uho that the I'nlted States Is a fusion of
way up tho Missouri ana out into tnat greatest states or the Amorioan re- all the poopio of tho world una t!iat
portion of tho continent which was
In tlnlo to becorao one of the richest
portions of the globe .0
Story of Sunny Oklahoma.
Tho last commonwealth to bo carv-
ed out of this groat domain secured
for uh by Jofforson was sunny Okln-
honv? tho wonderful land of tho south-
west. Pourtoon ypars ago UiIb month
tho country now embraced In Okla-
homa was tho homoof tho Indian and
was unknown to civilisation. For sov-
ral yours r.e Oklahoma "boomer"
was a coii-sj'ir i -j is character aloug the
borderland .if the disputed terrltqry.
Ills perst-.iont efforts to force open
that land which lie maintained vas I
sro ernruutft domain have become
matters of history with which all are
conversant. Never was a more heroic
ft niggle iiiojIo than the one made for
the righU of the people who denlred
homo In the coveted land The name
of a Payne of a Couch intrepid lead-
ers thoy were will live long in the
memory of every true Oklaho'iian Af
tr a heroic struggle the cause waa
won. Congress listened to the oice
of the people and on April 22. 1880
the opeuiiiK of original Oklahoma took
place The Oklahoma "boomer" had
passed Into history. Ho gavo way to k
the Oklahoma "sooner" who has been
In evldunco for Bovor.il yoars.
Tho story of Oklahoma roads Hko a
tory of onchartUnent. At noon on fho
22ud day of April. 1889 tho country
waa practically unlnhabltodj. That
night sixty thousand people siofrt with-
in tho bordor of the new common-
wealth. .Tho original oponlngr only
comprlRod a Very small portion of
what is nqwklahotna. From tltno to
tlmo now lnnds havo boon added by
congress. Today the territory em-
braces over twonty-four million acres;
lias a' population of over six hundred
thousand; a cash valuation of over
throo hundrod million dollars; seven
educational institutions under control
pf tho territory; olght educational In-
DtltntlouB not controlled by the ter-
ritory and a system of common
schools as good oa oan bo found in
the United Stajoa.
Tho doTOlopmont mad a by the peo-
ple of Oklahoma during tho short
period of her hlsto.y lion been phe-
nomenal. The world had novor be
foro witnessed such a rapid ghange
from nature's domain of wlldernsas to
a land of civilisation. Yesterday a
land without civic organisations a
land of uncertainty; today a land of
civilisation dotted all ortw with poju-
loos thriving towns antj. jfl(48vvry
part of it traversed by 'railroads ev-
erywhere covered by happy homes; a
citizenship composed of tho enterpris
ing elements from every state In Qio
tinlou a development inVn 'doapajgoars
etfual to that made by most states in
half a oontury. Such la fair Oklaho-
ma tho sunny wondorland of the
southwest the. infant. of tho Louisiana
purchase find a we hope and Relieve
tho noxt 8trt be placed)UnonaUe
azuro field"1 of OI4 Glory Although
younger Uian all tho commonwealths
Hcteba!a s -bot Joost lu importance.
Her climate is Ideal; her people rep-
public. Nowhere in the union do Oklabxma Is a fusion of til :!i neoilo
the peoplo of tho north and south o tho United States.
kriow each other as well as they do It is appropriate that wo srouM as- ment of any country Okl? lomn the
8TmUlohere as represonta .'vi or the
lust territory carved out of .ho IjOuU-
lnna purchaso and lay the cotne scone
of a btflldlng to bo dedlci'ed to the
penlus of American ontorp.no v I the
giandojir of wostorn progresn. 'Hie
structure to ho erected hero will lorm
a portion of those monuments which
ore being raised to oonmieui'W.e cue
of tho greatest achlovomen'x i civil-
istlon that the world has ''r witiies-
ied the transformation of he nest
em wilderness Into one of ie "jnt-
esr wealth producing domains ii n
tl.t map of the world. I'oon :h'P ixw-
uerstone will be reared a structure
which represents the most rapid do-
vuiojiiiiuui. uvur iuuuc in iuu auiiii;-
youngost child of this groat western
omplro the land of wonder tho magic
commonwealth peopled In a day.
It is witn prido in the brief but
splendid history of tho past and hope
nnd assurance of tho future of our be
loved territory that we as citizens i
of Oklahoma assembled her today I
to place a stone ae a memorial and '
to Join with our sister apmmonwealths
in commemorating an event which
Ssantb. Tfrt KM Yihi Hare Always Bfi
rf ll9 WBU lltOIUIBWTIdJS
Are you a JoputJ' United State3
JIarshal or possoman? If so. you
need a day book. ;. SpocM printel
forms. For sale byjTho Leader
Will Cure Consumption.
A. A. Herren of Finch. Ark . writes.
"Foley's Honey and Tar Is the besi
marks a golden era' In the glorious i preparation for coughs colds an : mg
achievements of our republic
'trouble I know that it his c.mI
j consumption In the first stag's '
1 Sold by J N Wallace
Bears th ) The KM Yotl lla8 Always Bod
The Leader has In stock every
blank used in Oklahoma; 1600 dif-
ij Buildings ' ggggg Ugm tqcated on
:GoingUp J Jm i"Main line of
paiiy ft m 2 Ink M-K-& - M
No Better MtBK m. B 1 HH ; frqjrii Kansas
Opportunities iwk t0m H B L 'lty t0 kla'
jnywnere ;: j noma Kity. ;
jil igr feS?i ''
.: : J4p . is8eis mmJ1. jimj-emi t
Thfe new town ot Lincoln County OUlaliomu will control the trade of the rich bottom Jands of the Cuninaron river Bear creek and the ricn prairie
lands of Lincoln Logan and Payne counties 10 miles tjprh of Chandler 18 miles sDuthwost of CushinR. HS miles east of Guthrie ami 55 miles north
east of OkUtuoma City. Tiie w. k. vu u k. nas r
'rqaTveu. nu cres oigrouna lor swurnes. siuint's .ino aivision grounus. An aoundant sunulv of
The trade of -the surrounding country will be sufficient to support a town of.4000 people. Ground Hoor
opportunities JorAU liioas of buslnefis. warranty aef.t conveying perlect title with evejry lot. taie now on ana many wvqe ou the groijpds.
oee me town ana you ure itssuruu ui u. suttctsb.
pure soft water at a depth from 18 to 28 feet
opportunities JoraU kinds orbuslness. Warr?
and Trust Co.
S 1 I
on the Ground
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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/m1/6/: accessed May 18, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.