The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 119, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 6, 1903 Page: 4 of 8
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THC CEADER QUTHRIE OKLAHOMA WEDNESDAY. MAY 6 1903.
Weare going out of business June ist. Wall Paper Paints Glass and
Picture Frames at Factory Prices
Guthrie Paint and Pier Co
Leslie G Nfblack Editor.
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WEDNESDAY. MAY C 1903.
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That winter overcoat it getting a
long nm for the money. A slump In
the moth ball market mar be expected.
Those people who are mow vocifer-
ous In UiPlr denunciation of the pres-
ent cool weather will swear the long-
est and lomipst when the weather gots
How few of ns there are who prac-
tice Mrs. Wlggs' theory 'to put nil
my worries down. In the hottom of my
heart then eet on the lid nn' ainlle."
A United States consul was sentenc-
ed to a day's imprisonment in a- Ger-
man iall. Had the clrcumstanceo
been revorsed what thunderous philip-
pics might not the German press have
poured forth concerning what Ameri-
can newspapers regard as a comic-
opera episode! '
The mo t polite men in (lie world
live in Kana- At Iota a mishand
suing for a dloroe recite in his peti-
tion that "the said defendant has act-
ed In such a way that the said hus-
band has had difficulty In distinguish-
ing her troatmont of him as a hus-
band from her troatmont of others who
bore no suoh -relation to her."
crats has been growing for tome
It is asserted with great posltivfV
ness by some of the best posted politi-
cians in New York that the prostdent
has lost a great deal of popular
strength since he went Into offioe.flfljH
thftt an alarming array of knives ft
flashing for him.
Only a few days ago tho notorious
Lon Pnyn predicted Hint If Rooi.ovelt
wore nominated he would lose his
own state by 100000 votes.
Payn it Is true has a personal
grievance naglnst Roosevelt but tho
fact remains that ho Is one of the
"most knqwlng" of all the Now York
The Independant newspapers of the
state and the Republican ones that
have fallen out with the presldont
nhd there are many of them may be
considered more reliable indicators or
the outlook than disgruntled Republi-
can factlonista and they declare that
when Roosevelt comes to figure out
his election next year he hnd better
find a majority without counting his
The dispute over the situation and
on took in Now York wil continue to
grow livelier from now on to the fin-
ish if the great campaign for which
parties and candidates are now wnrm
You want the children to
q;rov but not all lengthwise.
When they start that waj
Scott's Emulhion will help
thorn to grow right -with
hie plumpness and outward
proportion and with inward
vigor and goad spirits.
The Emulsion increase;
-festive power and strength
ens the vital organs to get
the best and make the most
out of al! the other food. It
'.jives a kind of help that every
growing child' ought to have
Veil tend you n simple Itrt upon leqief t
COTT & HOWNE. rri8tfei. New Vorl
NEW YORK'S ELECTORAL VOTE.
No man has boon elected president
of the United States In forty years
who did not recolvo tho electoral vote
of New York though Cleveland would
linve been elected without that vote In
1892 and McKlnloy both In 1S90 and
1900. ; '"
Tho voto of Now York no.it year
may bo tho pivot of the contest once
again. It Is such a large quantity that
it will haw decisive effect unless tho
campaign shall be much more one-
sided than now seems probable.
A Rreat di-al of talk has been caused
bv the recent labored and. it would
aepm concerted effort of Republican
newspapers to show that Roosevelt
can win without New York
Collier's Weekly says:
"Political statisticians hae been
Oved by the enthusiastic reception
of the president in the west to cal-
culate his chances of re-election with-
out New York. For some reason Mr.
Roosevelt has not besn popular in
his own state as elsewhe. e Vila ma-
jority oer Judge Van Wyck was
small and more recently .Ww York
has shown symptoms of en inlttjlon
to Btep out of the Republican calunm."
After admitting that 'he Kriplro; ; - -
state has shown symptoms of stepping It .will pay you to attend our clos-
out of tho Republican column Collier's ing sale on wall paper paints picture
"Weekly lmstonB to declare Its convle- T'-imoi shados oto.
tlon that Now York Is "no longer a Guthrie Paint and Paper Co.
pivotal state" and proceeds to elect
Rooseelt by a. rousing majority. The fire of genius is more often
Tho Improsslon thnt New York if iut cut with runm than with water.
the election were to occur now. with -
Roosevelt as the Republican candl ToJay was excursionists day into
date would be carried by the Demo- the territory.
' APPARENTLY LACKING
Woman Teacher Permanent
ly Maimed by Rebellions
I Wall Paper Wall Paper j
An outrage Is reported to have oc-
curred in the local schools that should
domnnd the attention of the school
nuthorlUot). As a result of the assault
which can not be termed otherwise a
woman teacher Is wearing the little
finger of her left hand in a bandage
caused by a severe wrenching given It
by a pupil. An effort has been made
to suppress the facts which as near
as can be learned are as follows:
Last week the teacher attempted
to punish the pupil for impudence
and abusive language to her and the
pupil resented the punishment in a
manner unbecoming to n child of his
age. Tho llttlo finger of the left hand
of the tonoher was grabbed by the
unll and in a brutal manner wrench- Territorial charters were Issued to
ed and twUtod until the ligaments juay to the following corporations:
were several and the finger made
Now is the time to buy Wall Paper
While Renfro is alirost giving it away. We also give you a good
& Paint for $1.25 a Gallon
Do not let others deceive you by selling yon paint for 1.50 to 1.75 for we give you the
truuusiinu iee prices we Keep uie largest aim tne most complete line ot Urugs in tli
Territory. If you can't get what you want at Renfro's you might as well go home fo
ii is nui in ine city.
206 w. Oklahoma Ave.
Prescriptions compounded with
fresh drugs a specialty Opposite P. O.
holpless. Tho teacher staggered to
her sent and the matter referred to
the principal of the school. Tho un-
ruly child was reprimanded for his
conduct but was not punished nor
expelled from the school. Instead he
was ordered to apologize to the teach-
er which was afterwards done.'' Tho
pain of the Injured finger became so
Intense that a physician was called
and he Informed the sufferer that the
finger would never be straight again.
The strolling caused by the wrenching
has extended Into the foronrm and
the end of tho finger hns attained a
purple color. The pain can bo Im-
agined. ' '
Tho mayor wns referred to the
higher school authorities but t-s yet
no notion has been takon towards ex-
pelling tho pupil notwithstanding tho
fact that tho rules and regulations of
tho schools are strict upon any. mat-
The Oklahoma Loan and Brokerage
company of Oklahoma City with a
capital stock of $100000. The incor-
porators are: T A. Vaughn S. II.
Drown Kee It. McKee nil of Oklah-
A. B. Nelson & Co. of Shawnee
with a capital stock of $25000. The
Incorporators are: A. B. Nelson P.
O. Nelson John F. Genarl of Shaw-
nee and R. M. Kelso of Ft. Wprth
A notarial commission was issued to
Chas. H. Tetero of Porklns Payne
A Card to the Public
fB Associated Press.
Kansas City Live Stock.
Cut i if 81'uo alow steady.
Name stocrs 3.7506.25.
Cows and heifers 1.7S05.16.
btukers and feeders 3.005.10
Bulls 2 75(S4.00.
CaUes J 508)7.00.
Ho 12000; 5310c lower.
He.ivj 0.67 Vt 0.80.
Light 0.100 C6.
Pigs. 0.10 0.50.
Sheep 3000; strong.
tor where the teachor is assaulted In
this manner. Tho teachor is consid-
ered ono of tho best In the co;ps or
teachors employed In tho schoolB and
her conduct towards the pupils has at
all times beei. kind. It Is said that
this Is not the first offense to have
been committed by the pupil and It Is County and Territory.
(First published in tho Dally Leader
May G 1003.)
Application for Liquor License.
Territory of Oklahoma County of
Notice Is hereby given that
H. C. Rlttorbusch
han this day filed In the offlco of the
County Clerk In and for said County
his petition asking that n license bo
granted him to soil at retail mallt
spirituous and vinous liquors on
Lot 15 in block i8. E. liuthrie Sec-
ond ward CJty of Guthrie In said
g Whereas the committee who obtained my signature to o
early closingfailed to publish the condition upon which o
g I signed as agreed and also failed to send mo a printed R
copy of the exception or conditiou and also failed to send
me a Union Card to put in my window I hereby abrogate &
the agreement and will hereafter open at 0.80 a. m. and &
close at 8.80 p. m.. excepting Saturdays when the store 6
m win oe cioseu at iu p. m. ' g
g With exception to members of my family my clerks Jg
g will not be detained after 6.30 p. m. excepting Saturdays.
O No goods will be sold on Sunday. A large part of my
g stock consists of granite tinware and hardware which my
g competitors are selling without let or hindrance early anil S
late. I carry druggists' sundries such as Perfumery toi- o
2 let articles stationery etc. and my competitors sell early g
g late and all day Sunday. Again I carry rugs pictures.
o etc. and the furniture dealers are not included in tins m
R closing mania. - - " g
g Once more the Racket Store is with the people and 2
w for the people earlv and late with the lowest prices. o
8 Respectfully. g
. GEO. B. KING
WE OLD RELIABLE
reported that It was necessary for the
united efforts of another teacher
while the nupil was a member of her
grade and the principal! of the school
to punish him for an Infraction of the
Thought He Had 'Em
A laughable Incident occurred In a
sfore on Oklahoma avonuo last even
Ing In which a "Voetorn Union clock
and hn electric light wire played con
spicuous parts. Yesterday as the)
olooirlo light llnemon wore stringing
wires In front of the store ono of the
wlros was attached to tho wire from
tho local Western Union office which
rogulates tho time of tho clocks.
Whon tho electric lights wore turned
on the hands of tho clock bognn re-
volving at a rata whin frightened tho
proprietor of the store who Immedi
ately notified the local office ot the his petition will
Western Union that the c'ock had be- license Issued.
If no protest bo- filed on or before
May 10 1903
his petition will be granted and
Witness ray band and tho seal of
Diarrhoea Dysentery and
the Bowel Troubles of
Children of Any Age.
Aids Digestion Regulates
the Bowels Strengthens
the Child and Makes
Or mall 25 eentl to O. J. MOFFETT M. D ST. LOUIS MO.
SyP W SJ JbUbKiSh
Costs Only 25 cenfe'at BrngKfcts.
said Conntyf hereto affixed this Cures Eruptions Soros Colic Hlvos Thrush. Homovos and Prevents
5th day of May 1003.
N J C. Johnson
(First published In tho Dally Leader
May G 003.)
Application for Liquor License.
Territory of Oklahoma County of
Notice le hereby given that
J. S. Willis
has this dnyfllcd1n tho offlco of the
County Cleric In and for said County
his petition asking that a license be
granted him to soil at retail mallt
spirituous and vinous' liquor on
Lot 1 block 2i Third ward Orlando
hi said County and Territory
If po protest bo filed on or bofore
May 19 1008
be granted and
Worms. lTDE3JE3-3?:BCr3TaL COUNTERACTS AND OVERCOMES
THE EFFECTS OF THE SUMMER'S HEAT UPON TEETHING CHILDREN.
THERE iS NO SUBSTITUTE
Witness my hand and the seal of
said County hereto affixed thU
5th day of May 190S.
N. J C. Johnson
come "erasy and wild. When the on. (
erajtor readied the store the assertion
of tke proprietor seemed true The
electric battery In the clock was at a'
white heat and In a few moments
would have caused tthe clock to be In
flames The wires were quickly ad-
justed and the clock assumed Its nor- (First published In the Daily Leader
mal regulation. j May G 1003.)
--..-... ' Application for Liquor License.
The regular monthly meeting of the Territory of Oklahoma County of Lc-
Oklahoma Homo Building association gan ss.
was hold In the orflcos of tho company Notice Is hereby given that
yesterday afternoon. The company H. L. Hunt
now has buildings valued at $05000 has this day fined In the office of tho
under construction and yesterday do- County Clerk. In and for said County
clared maturities on five new con- his petition asking that r. license be
tracts. granted him to soil at retail malt.
spirltous and vinous liquors on
j."ixj ma . .'!??)
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Stylish and Reliable Vehicles
Highest grade carriages at medium prices.combiniug qual-
ity. Finish Comfort and Correct Style. All of our Vehi-
cles are tho reliable John Deere Studebaker and Colum-
bus manufacture. Call in and look them over and ask the
Light one-horse Surreys
Stylish Driving Wagons
Wire Wheel Bike Wagons
all with or without rubber tires.
We have sold vehicles iu Guthrie for 14 years
I S. LYON
Cor. Du and Okla. Ave.
The negro attorneys of tho city 'will Lot l diock 26 iniru warn unan-
dobato at tho SL Paul A. M. E. church do. n said County and Territory
next Sunday afternoon on the subject " no protest bo filed on or before
L"Raeo Problem."! Attorneys Stewart y i. Jos. -
and TJrown will handle the affirmative 8 pouuon win oe graniou ano
side ofthe questloli while the negative license Issued. .
will be represented" by E i Sadler audi Witness my hand and the seal of
(J. A. Anderson. ' 1 s&'l County hereto affixed this
6tl Hoy o.' May ljMtt.
The work on the street paving has
Ibeen delayed by ast evening's rain.
We will sell any artlclo in stock at
aetua cos' until June 1st when our
store wl'l c 'ose here.
G. hrle Paint and. Paper Co.
Rooms furnished or unfurnished.
i Economy grocery 210 . Oklahoma
Tho Vossle Forrell Co. will present
"Rip Van Winkle" Friday night and a
dollars attraction is promised but re-
member that the prices will bo 10-20-iOc
Dad blood and indigestion are dead-
ly enemies to good health. Burdock
Blood Bitters destroys them.
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