The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 119, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 6, 1903 Page: 6 of 8
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TrW LEABl OTHRIE. OKLAHOMA.
WEDNESDAY MAY 6 1303.
WALL STREET CONDITIONS
POINT TO PROSPERITY
Henry Clews Veteran Fi
uanciety Takes Optimistic
Yiew of Situation
Correspondence lo Leader.
New York May 6. Wall street Is
ii a restful ami genatMilir iotful
mood It Is not making any superflu-
ous display of enorgy Ju-tt now many
of Ita leading spirits being absent or
Inactive at the moment but It Is calm
y putting its furniture
In order. I
o.lif-nrfullv ncccntins the
and making ready to adjust itself !e -
forehand to the known favorable nnd
vnifuorablo jltuattons -rhlch may
liat' to bo fared between row and
th i Kse of the year
rtnof of all Influence In the under-
standing that next fall an active mon-
pv market me.v be encountered. With
such a contingency prudent mon ar-
careful about ontoring Into 'Ustant j
financial engagements; bankors aro
unwilling to unduly lock up tliolr re-
sources and all through financial cir-
clcs a spirit of moderation provalls good who had been arraigned In the
that promlt.08 woll for the future and Gates avenue court Brooklyn charg-
is the surest safeguard against subbed with abandonment lert the court
sequent difficulties. Behind this dls- room arm in arm with lite wife yea-
jiositlon to caution there is a feeling terday. a complete reconciliation lmv-
of reasonable confidence. Inspired of Ing been effected
course by the numerous teste values' Allsgood Is a young mechanic llv-
liavo successfully endured and by the Ing at No 1077 Fulton street and
probability of another good business three months ago left his wife and
snason sliouM die harvest turn out baby liecause of her temper he says.
. .t'istaetofy. Mrs Allsgood went to live at No. 1S
Hank reserves are rising as usual Olenmore avenue ti as he did not
at this season so that If speculative contribute to her support she lmd him
xBases are prevented easy condl- nrrested for abandonment. Ponding
tlons soom Hkoly to prevail until n hearing he was ordered by the mag-
crop demands bogin. Tho construe- ( istrate to pay ids wlfo $6 n week. The
tion of trust company reserves will final hearing was sot for yostorday
necessarily mnko some demands upon I boforo Magistrate Furlong
the money market but thoso have! "Allsgood vs. Allsgood' shouted the
Tjcen so carefully anticipated that nojcrlor and far book In tho court room
derangement should follow. Some n pale faced young woman carrying
slight uneasiness lias been exhibited
vor gold exports though theso need
occasion no alarm. Gold usually goes
abroad at this season; but. If tho and Alien ho saw tho pitiful appear-
precious metal Is required horo. It will anco of his wire he Toso and sllpplug
probably stay; for our crodit abroad Is his arm around her waist took the
Improving and wo can undoubtedly .baby.
Tim-row In Parfs or elsewhere If noed- Tenderly ho trlod to support hor
ed. without difficulty Fortunatoly but sly) sllppc&l from his arm falling
our exports oontlntto hoavy and tho to the floor In a faint
crop failures In Europe coming when ' She wm soon revived nnd Allsgood
own wheat crop promises to be
sually largo make It almost cer-
tain that we will enjoy unother sea- looked on occasionally wiping away
son of large exports There is there-in fear. Mrs. Allsgood had a good cry
fore nothing adverse In our Inter- j and her husband turning to his coun-
natlonal trade or financial relations sel said:
to cause anxiety; and moderate gold I "I don't think any court proceeding
Bhtpnionte would do io harm so long is necessary"
at bank reserves continue to rise. j "Caso adjourned for two weeks"
Tho franchise tax decision of the ordored Magistrate Furlong huskily
court of appeals had little injurious
effect. ThlB was because tho verdict
Siud boon partly anticipated while
other financial conditions were gonor-
ally sound. Following so closo upon
the decision against the Northorn
Securities Co this was omphatlq tes-
timony of tho strength of tho gonornl
market That Yalues have lately mot
a wholo series of advorso ovonts
"without flinching can only be explain-
ed by tho facts that stocks are in
strong bands that all bud conditions
liavo boon amply discounted by tho
fall slnco last summer and by tho
continued lnrgo volume of gonoral
business. Nothing but easy monoy Is
now required to allow tho pendulum
to swing In the opposlto direction.
Bailroad earnings show gratifying In-
creases indicating tho growth and
activity of trade; labor agitation
Though still ' prevalent Is less rampant (
than formerly; the masses are well
employed at good wages; Immigration!
Ss irpasslng all records; there Is
plenty of work In sight for nil and I
should the harvest prove satisfactory
onr- mora season of large business Is '
almost certain Another good feature j
j8 he subsidence of the consolidation j
cra?e in the Industrial.! Schemes of I
tills class now find no encouragement '
In Wall street unions financed on the '
rtoundest and most ronservathe lines.
and men lhMi bankers arp more uux.-
imis i olofe ouf exihlln; deals than
.i nler upon fre-h one It is (jiiiU'
I.Kt-ly Uat the winding up of some
f ihe older syndicates will sfurd
i.-re relief to the money market tlnn
nnv othor source
nil things considered the maik.r
oftVrs safer and bettor trading oppor
tunnies Uinn usual For some weeus
to -orae good stooks are llkajy to to
a purchase upon tall sharp declines or
anally good Bale upon pronounced
a1ances II Is evident th policy of
tl. btg loaders to allow l.e market
ti harden Itwilf by natural processes
nd thus establish a new aajta ot con-
NflQiieftfc Thi re are no Inlcqtlon of
an exWeino bull market n sight but
sood support ia noUcieable sntn' '-Ul
Umt aUaokiT Tlia prMnwtc. how
ever favor Increased aei -fty 1 a
higher rige of prices V. few Indi-
vidual storks h-w exeeiHtonal
strength; the Indication olntl'ig to
a speclalt.- market for the press it a
least as the most feasible under jr't-
The building and completion of the
new stock exchange lias been coinci-
dent with the advance of New ycfk
city to tfan foremost rank as a finan-
cial center of world wide influence and
power The building Itself in beauty
and completeness of construction I
a further e Idence of the great stiidos
of our whole country toward a pros-
perity never before equalled In the
world's history. American' energy and
enterprise are large factors In this
great result and the members of the
New York Stock Exchange may claim
no small share of praise for their
Parr in me progress in epurimii-
neB ntl equipment of the new I'nW'
ture invite the trade of the world to a
market tnat seems neeunea soon to
lie the leader of the world's finance
HER TEARS IN COURT
REKINDLED HIS LOVE.
Husband Wife and Baby Reunited
uo numc icgcmcr.
New York May 6. With his baby
crowing on his shoulder Lewis Alls-
a baby rose and staggered from
weakness- approached tne bench. Alls-
good was also sitting not fnr away.
and she had a long oarnoat talk while
Magistrate Furlong and the lawyers
.clearing his throat.
ROMANCE BEGUN YEARS AGO.
Coup(e Marred who Were Sweet.
hearf During Civil War.
Gen Ridge May C. A wedding with
a woddlng with a romance took place
nt tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan-
iol A. Ilannau In Rldgowood avenue
In this place Friday night whon .Capt
Josoph Clymor formerly of Brooklyn
and Mrs. Katharlno French of Now
York the mother of Mrs. Ilannau
were married by tho Rev. Elliott W.
Brown pastor ot tho Glen Ridge Con-
gregatlonal church The couple were
more. It is
once. I)o that and the health Mrs. Kinguley writ s
about will soon be ours If you thiukspetial d.
rectiona ore needed in your case address giving
snnptoma Ladies' Adusory Department The
Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Chattanooga Teun
The Ins and Outs
of Soda Crackers
Soda Crackers fresh from the oven are good delicious
if exposed to the air they quickly lose that goodness
much of it in a few minutes most of it in an hour
all of it in a day.
That's why the common kind the paper-bag kind
have lost their flavor before you get them.
In Uneeda Biscuit
there's a difference a big difference
because they are packed at the oven door
in the In-er-seal Package
identified by the famous red and white trade mark design
which preserves the goodness of biscuit;
is airtight and germ proof
and holds within
the oven- fresh flavor of Uneeda Biscuit
and keeps without
the undesirable flavors of all other things
sweethearts at the time of the Civil
war. The brother of Mrs. French
who was William Garvey was a ahum
of Captain Glymor and they fought
side by side in batt'e.
At the close of tho war Captain
Clymer and his sweetheart became es -
trangod and thoy lost sight of each
other until about five years ago when
thoy met In Brooklyn. Both had been
married and had lost their helpmates.
Captain and Mrs Clymer aro now llv-
ing In lloboken.
A featuro of the wedding wag the
fact that JJrs. Hannnu gave hor moth-
or away nnd acted as bridesmaid
whllo Colonol Riley of Brooklyn an
old friend of Captain Clymer Who was
a momber of tho same regiment act-
A Llttlo Early Riser.
now and then at bedtime will cure
constipation biliousness and liver
trouble DeWItt's Little Barly Kla-
ers are the famous little pills that cure
by arousing tho secretions moving
the bowels gently yet effectually and
giving such tone and strength to the
glands of the stomach and liver that
tl' cause or the trouble s mnovod
entirely and If tliolr use Is contln-
uHl for a fow days there wilt be no
rrtnm of tho compm. Soid bv j
FAMOUS HOTEL BURNED.
(By Associated Press.i
Liberty Mo. May C The Arthur
house was dostroyed by fire- at an ear-
ly hour yesterday. Tho hotol was
built In 1850 at a cost ot fCO.OOO. The
Insurance was fllG0"0. The Arthur
was a famous hostelry In early days
and was headquarters for tho poll-
tlclans of tho state wheu here on
peacemaking tours In campaigns
Any Woman May Be Cured.
First Vice-President of the Historical
Club 544 Garfield Ave. McagoILsays
i'liKAuo Iu.. M4 tidrfield Avenue October ). 1SXU
After doctoring for eleven months and takinff fortv-tnree bottles o medicine and finding no relief fur euurrhcea
resulting from irritation of a fallen womb I took ine of Cardui and fourteen bottles cured ma. This seem strange but
it is the simple truth. Wine of Cardui
by friends who lmd tried it 1 felt satisfied
did. It cured me. Took every bit of ache.naiu and headache.crauitw and
v drat; uiuff down sentutioiis away till I felt
a wonderful medicine aud a true friend rt women- ' her. 1 look back on the
mouths of torture 1 had it w mis like n hideous nightmare Wine of I'ardui will wjc
any woman 1 believe I unvi more faith in it than all other medicines combined.
can you refuse relief when jou know theae
a local examination ho will probabU tell
without an operation And this is what you
nf wnineii miserable Whv draff thr lUffh life
erinorwomn well ami strong We ask ou U go 1 1 your
that's one reason why
millions buy Uneeda Biscuit
Ad other reason is the price
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
RAIN IN KANSAS.
(By Associated Press.)
Abilene Kas. May C. An Inch and
a half of rail foil horo Monday night
and soakod aguln the already well
From a Cat Scratch.
on the arm to the worst sort of a
burn sore or boil DeWItt's Witch
Hel Salve Is a quick euro. In
ing .'itch Hazel Salvo bo particular
to get DeWItt's this Is the salve that
heals without leaving a scar. A spe-
clflc for blind bleeding. Itching and
protruding piles. Sold by J. N. Wal-
(3y Associated Press.)
New York May 0. Elsie Barrett
who was convicted last week of as
gault In the shooting of Bessie Palmer
pn aetresv several months ago. was
sentenced yesterday to serve sl.vt
days In the county Jail.
Recent experiments by practical
tests and examination with the aid of
the X-Rays establish It as a fact that
Catarrh of the stomach Is not a dls-
ease of Itself but that It results from
repeated attacks of Indigestion. "How
Can I Cure M; Indigestion?" Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure Is curing thousands.
It will cure you of Indigestion and dy-
pepsin and prevent or cure Catarrh of
the Stomach. Kodol digests what you
oat makes the stomach sweet Sold
by J. N. Wallace.
A killing frost foil In Oklahoma
May 10 1889. This may be used to
confound the hoary pioneers who are
dtclarlng that last frost was the lat-
est Mint ever fell In Oklahoma
helped me from the time I began taking it
tliat it would help me and it
young strong mid kntH once
troubles are tortunug ou are growing worse day after day? If ou go to a ph
you an operation is necessarj- Mrs. lungsley took ir.e of Cardui and she
may do. buooMng pains irregularity inflammation and bearing down pains make
6 never enjoying anyuiingr m mom i ar uiuusuiauo un-t xw ow t-aa. uuu sul-
druggist today and8ecurca$l "'
j DAUGHTER OF EX.GOVERNOR.
(By Assoclateo Press.)
Kansas City Mo May C. MIbs
Clara Eskrldge second daughter of
tho late ox-Governor C. V. Eskridge
jof Kansas died hero yesterday of a
I complication of malaria and lung
I trouble at the home of hor brother-
' In-law John Steele a well known
'newspaper man. Miss Eskrldgo had
buy-'been In Kansas City for the past throo
t weeks. She returned last Novomborj
from California whoro sho had gono
ter hor health.
The burial will be at
The Wastes of the Body.
Every sovon days tho blood mus-
cles and bones of a man of nverago
slsse loses two pounds of wornout tis-
sue. Thfe waste cinuot bo replen-
ished and the health and atrongth kept
up wftliout perfect digestion. Whon
the stoniack and digestive organs fall
to perform their functions the
strength lets down health glvos way
'and disease sots up. Kodol Dyspop-
I sla Cure enables the stomaph and dt-
gestlve organs to digest and nsslml-
late all of the wholesome food that
may be eaten Into the kind of blood
that robullds tho tissues and protects
tho health and strength of tho mind
nnd body. Kodol cures Indigestion
Dyspepsia and all stomach troubles.
It Is an Idea! spring tonic. Sold by
J. N. Wallace.
Tito latest oil discover" at Lawton
turned out to bo a fake. Some ras-
cal poured a bucket of oil Into a well
xtrrep rsotf oq-j no 3nnn.jp S itiq
If marriage Is a lottery
And lotteries are wrong.
Why does the pious clergyman
Still boost the game along?
and having heard it praised no hiphh
i suffering from leu-
pains or t-ramp-'
mo oft arJui ani g t take tt at
9oolety Belles Caused a Sensation In
I Butte's Streets.
Butte Mont. May 6 No greater
sensation was eer caused here tlian
by the appearance on tho street yes-
terday of twelve young women In
.nen's evening dress.
The young women were giving a
"stag party" when it occuired to one
of them that it would be a lark to
show themselves on the street bur.
now that they realise how they shock-
ed the community they ere most re-
gretful of their boldness
As they walked two abreast down
one of the principal streets of the city
they attracted a crowd of boys who
reoognI:d the deception that was be-
ing attempted and finally had to flee
from the gathering tumult to their
The matter has boen taken up by
the leaders of society who threaten
to ostracise the young women who
GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE
In the; U. S. A. Los Angeles Califor-
nia May 21st to Junt 2d
For the above occaston we will sell
drst class round trip tickets Guthrie
to Los Angoles or San Francisco and
roturn at rate of $46.00. Tickets will
bo on sale May 3d and May 12th to
18th Inclusive with the final return
limited to July 16th.
Tickets will be good going via one
route and returning another. Tran-
sit limit July 10th. Stop overs may be
mado at any point west of Pueblo
either going or returning. Tickets
will be oxecutod for return passage
at Los Angeles or San Francisco by
the Joint agent for which n fee of 50
cents will be charged. Baggage
chocked to any point enroute either
going or rottrrnlirg at each stop over
. A J Corklns Agent
The Huff Studio
ALL- ROUND KXCELLENCF.
lilcb-grade Pliotograpay that is our line
Unexcelled tn the city artistic and Hue
rjnlsh mcut elegant style moit correct
Kirst-class execution ia every respect
special commercial work technical truth
1 hW Studio's views and Interiors suit
ntarpassed portraits and enlarging true
Done in a manner sure to pleaMj you
In portrait and picture in views tbat are
Our work satisfies so doe the irlce. (
C. A. HUFF. GUTHRIE
Artist and Manager. O. T.
(First published in the Dally Leader
May I 100S.)
Application for Liquor License.
Torrltorj of Oklahoma County or
Notice Is hereby given that
has this day fljod In the office of the
County Clerk In and for said County
his petition asking that a license be
granted him to sell at retail malt
spirituous and vinous Hquora on
Lot 1 in block 38 Fourth Ward In
City of Gutljrfe In said coanty and.
If no protest bo filed on or before
May 15 1905
the petition will be granted and
Witness my hand and tho seal ot
8ifld County hereto affixed this
1st day of May 1003.
N. J. C Johnson County Clerk.
(First published In Dally Leader
April 57. 1901.)
tn tho District Court of Logan CoUJttjr
Caso No. 4107.
Emma Nelson Plaintiff
William Nelson Defendant
To William Nolson: You are here
by notified that you have bean sued
In the above namod court. That
plaintiff filed her petition In said
court on the 25th day of April 1903
asking that a decree of divorce bo
granted hor against you on the
grounds of drunkenness also the use
of vile and opprobrous language as
well as spanking and beating this
complainant. You are further noti-
fied that you must answer said peti-
tion in said above cause of action on
or before the 9th day of June 1903
nr said petition will be taken as true
'and judgment rendered as prayed for
and costs of this action
Thomas S. Jones
Attornv for Plaintiff.
T. A. NEAL
Clerk District Court.
By C H. Griswold Doputy.
i0 1 58 ADAMS ST.CHICAGQ.
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