The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 23, Ed. 1, Friday, July 24, 1903 Page: 4 of 8
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THB MIAMK UTHl OKLAHOMA
FRIDAY JULY ?4 1903
BY JVESLIE O. tflBD.
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Per week br CffT'rr
Per taonth liv carrier
Per year liy carrier. In advance . ..
Per year in mall In advance
Three Months .. .. . .
Me. la this comparison GftlYDsldtt j
tied 08 an Illustration bttJOjMraia
is but a pa-t of itioVhorn ttWfni'iixW.
Tho gulf ehoro frontago of Texas is
54 380 miles and thero aro other itorta In
prospect These porta aro to bo built
and there Is every reason to believe
4 OJjthnt with tho extensions of Texan ratl-
rt roads which roads aro but a part of
it o Braat systomo there will bo other port
" I Improvements on tho Texas coast
The Leader In a member qf the Associated
I're8 and receUe the day telegraph re-
port of that great new organization tor ex-
clnslye afternoon publication In Guthrie
and Sum Hen radios.
t . .
Mo. & Kas. Business 75; Edtorlal 69.
Ark. Valley Business 76; Editorial G3.
which will result In traffic coming this
way. Tho fact that Georgo Gould is
arranging nn Atlantic seaboard outlet
will not detract from tho gulf porta.
The Gould Interests nre in Texas and
In Louisiana aa well and the lines
must bo protected. Texas with her
lon coast lino will get much of this
business. It Will pass through this
state In fact. Is passing through to-
day. Tho groin shipments which
Will all tho old iokes In cold Ktnrnzn fonnerly ight other outlets aro to-
nleaso hUDOh up a Httlo closer to mnko dtty and hrvo boon for two yoars pasa'
room for tho summer girl's engage- RS through Texas. Next year tho In-
nwnt Jokos It's about ready to rotlro orcaiK5 wl11 bo Prcator
ine ausjrpuon oi uio ucnirai Dy uie
ltock Island would have had much to
Details of th Killing
. of Conductor Clay
FItlDAY. JULY 21 1903.
Wouldn't It bo a good'joko on the
other naUona If they should And on
entering that open door In Manchuria
that Ilussl'i has nailed down every-
thing but tho rod hot stoves?
Is It not etrango that the postofflco
departmen keeps on runnlngthough
PostmastK" General Payne Is away on
a vacation? And does not this fact
suggest something to Mr. Roosevelt?
Several scientists have announced
now cures for tho' mosquito evil this
Bummer but many of us still cling to
tho old sty o slap with the bare hand.
do with Ircrcaslng this business to
Toxas. With p. lino from tho Great
Lakes to tho Gulf tho Bock Island
could bring mticb through Toxas. ev-
ery car of which would add to tho
business tirough a Gulf coast harbor.
Tho Tra-ns-MlssIssIppI congress has
boon a good Influence In this Increase
of business to tho gulf and it will be
a greator one. It Is Increasing It Im-
portance every year and as Its inllu-
enco bocowes stronger Its boncflts
will bo greater.
CHIEF PONCA GOES TO '
Traveling Incognito under tho namo
A young woman at Bath Hojch a'e
a fntnkfii'ter and lrvivod. it Ib
rnthftr singular therefore tint sho
died the next dav then her sweetheart
Tho Oklnhoman referring to tho
death of Conductor Bort Clay at Ok-
lahoma City and which was reported
In yeslordpy's Leader says:
Doath In a most horrlblo form cao:9
yestorday to Bert Clay conductor of a
local freight train In tho Santa Fo
yards In this city. .
From ai! tho Information obtainable
rolatlvo to the sad affair it appears
that two lltUo. boys tho son of Mr.
Penbody. who conducts a bakory on
tho southeast corner of Broadway and
Bono nVeiire. were tho only eyo wit
As they rolato tho story tho local
froJght train had Just started to pull
out and Conductor Clay In attempt
ing to got on tho front of tho caboose
at a poln'. porhnps fifty feet south
of the Reno avonuo crossing appeared
to havo heon struck by something
by what and how thoy can not any
and fell.rndor tho wheols of the ca-
booso arid was Instantly killed.
They caVed to tho roar brakoman of
tho trnln find told him a man had bon
run over fnd ho ran back to tho point
Indicated and found tho body of Clay.
whero.lt lad been cut In twain on the
west rail of tho track tho wheels hav-
ing crossal tho body just above the
hips and his left arm was crushed at
tho oJbow while one sldo of his head
appeared an If It had collided wlt'i
some obcct giving riso to tho supposi-
tion that ho' may havo boon strtiok
by something and rondorod uncon-l
solous before falling undor tho wheols.
A wntc i carried on Clay's person in
Renfros lttidSummer Sale
is now on in Drugs. Wall Paper
Paints Oils and Drug Sundries.
The Only Cold Drinks in tho City
200 W. Okla. Ave.
Opp. P. o.
C R. Renfro Drug Co.
8 Prescriptions tilled with care ahd proficiency.
Payne Would Die
of Chariot Pappon Chief Ponca. th"' .. :: ' w" '"
.. dloated that tho accident occurred at
recently elected head of the Ponca In . .. .
1 : 34 o clock In tho of ternoon.
dians in Oklahoma pased through
Kansas CIV on his way to the reser-
vation of the Omahas says tho Kan-
sas City Star. With the chief were
two Omahu Indians Daniel Webster
A few moments beforo meeting
death Conductor Clay whoso geniali-
ty made him .nany warm friends
among his associate bad been nmong
a group of railway men standing on
Rather Than Quit
Washin3on D. C July 24. Whllo
the serious condition of Postmaster
General Payne's health is fully appro-
elated by his friends Lore' it is not
bolioved ht will resign unless actually
compelled to do so by physical Incapac-
ity. In no event wlH ho resign until
tho preset investigation is ended. It
Is bolioved hero that Mr. Payno would
dlo In tho harness before ho would
withdraw from tho cabinet at present.
It is known tho prosldont would not
object to receiving Mr. Payne's resig-
nation now although it was not de-
sired a few weeks ago. Tho utterances
of Mr. P no havo caused tho presi-
dent to fool that his rotlromont would
not bo an unalloyed misfortune.
I Tomorrow Is the last day on which
counsel fo August W. Mnohen th
Indicted formor superintendent of free
dollvery can file a domurror. His
Iawyor c;iarlos A. Douglass who has
YitMi In ATfkvttn tr ixt vttAatta aIiikti.
tho platform at tho depot laugh ng and i . . . .. . ... ..
. ..... ' f od last nlpht His roturn at th la t me
convorslnx with tlicm and had taken i . .. . . . .....
. . . suggests tho probab llty that there
a package of cigars out of lis pockot' . . ... r .
. . .will bo somo action In tho Machon
In tho 0- ent thai Mr. Douglass docs
and n.lSHftfl thfim nrnnnil 14nt Hva '
minutes Intor those frlonds were ten
derly picking up his remains and plac
ing thorn in qu ambulance.
Tho remains woro taken to a local
undertaker ostabllshmont whore the
Prof. Laugloy of tho Smithsonian
Ja about to put to tho test his flying and Guy Stnhlor who wore taking him
machine upon which he has labored tholr People. Stahlor had'ehargo of
twenty years and spent 120000 of his n carload of ponlos which Chlof Ponca
own monoy It Is now ooraploted and w111 Presont to tho Omahas on IiIb ar-
aboard a specially constructed house- rival.
boat the purpose being to start it Chlot Ponca could only apeak a fow
from tho water. It weighs 1200 wordB of Enu!..oil. Ho is a heavy sot
pounds am' its motivo is a gasollno on- man of ntodlum height on his counto-
gliio of twenty-flvo horse powor. It Is nonco is p'leoaant. His costume how-
cxpecled t give It momentum enough over was In keeping with his fclalooay iat bMIX preparod for shhmoni
ur a. sinn oy placing It on a car to !"" " "" '" i" " imn
run on w.OO foot track built on top wlth a 'arB wlt feather flUiok
of th bont Whon tho flying machine through the band. His hair hung
or a rjdromo as It Is called ronchos I'so over his sllouldem. Tho most
the jumping oft placo at tho ond of tho striking feature however was a large
nl. it- -...it Lm...a i . - ii nftlrn linrf11nrrtlif af mttfXrftl H1i lirtl. I " rlnfmtifl Hi (rnrortimant
m . ... ..v u. uua euro oi u- " " secotul desreo Mason an Odd fellow.!""" rt V 7 .7 . .
self In ho air or tumblo into thai "ant hum! flowers on a white back-1 . . .. .. . .... The fedcinl grand jury which took a
grourid. Panlel Webster who acted ... ... . rocess Tiii:r8day will resumo tomor-
. . . . 'and bolonced to tho Order of Railway v . . ... .
OB Interpreter for the chief was Wg. . .. . row Its investigation in tho postof-
. . . ' ? 'ConducloM It is said tliat ho carried .
and fat Ho was In a pleasant mood . TT . . flco cases.
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uu uuiiHijg u. uiu oui.iu w .ur u.u..
to Guthrie whore tho deceased roeld-
od having recently removed thero
from Arknraaa City Kns.
Conducur Clay loavoe a widow and
an Infant dnughtor. Ho was a thlrty-
not file tomorrow a domurror to the In-
dictment? against Mnchen he may on
account of his absonco- from Washing-
ton ask tho court to oxtond tho time
In which tho demurrer may bo filed.
It Is probcblo tho samo action will bo
taken In tho case of tho Grofte who
aro also under indictment both for of-
fering a bribe and for conspiring to
The navy department has an official
report frou Surgeon Hoater that of-
ficers and men kept in tho Phlllpplnos
longer th? r. a year aro affocted physi-
cally and mentally and are not cap-
able of performing thoao duUo3 to
which they aro assigned. Whothor this
Is. a theory .or tho Information was
and laughed frequently. A pair .of
brass rlmn od spectacles over which
ho lookod. heightened his Wobsterlan
aspect. Pntilel Wobster told: .
"Wo have boon down many days
Visiting the PuncuS. Wo went to sco
tho groat f.un dance whore Chief Pon-
i-lned by a nructlcal demonstration iq.cawas mado chief. Wo are taking
not known Texas .sent a fow mon to him back to visit tho' Omahas. Wo
the Philip lnes and ono of thoso spent will glvo a big celobratlon for him and I
two years thero' during which timo he bo will stay a month tnaybo more.
commondei a garrison helped And Gll-i The big chlof said through his In-
xnoro civtrzed a fow of tho natives torprotor.
and returns to be mado adjutant gon- j "Yoa. l m chl?f- li !s '" STat honor
oral of tho state. Other Toxana re- and I llko It much. I will visit tho
turning f'tru tho Phlllpplnos ore In Omahas who speak tho samo tongue
pretty gool mental and physical condl- I w' ' :hlot fr B3von yoa.-.Uicn
tlon. Either the Texuns aro more wo havo another sun dance. I gave
hardy than others or tbo Burgeon's sixty ponlos away and I oxpect to be
theory is wrong. However ono man elected ngrln."
under chargos will uso tho surgeon's! Tho chief and Daniel Wobstcjoft at
report as a dofonso Jn a court martini. 10 o'clock over tho Missouri pacific.
Counsel for Assistant Paymaster De- Guy Stahlor Is still here andvljl go
lano. cour. martlalod for failure to out tonlgh.. wIUi Uie horeos. Moils
properly discharge his duties pute In w" educated and was much rnJSjji&t-
tho defense tho rooort. mado to the ed In tho accounts of Uvo groatjfloM
r secretary cf the navy by Surgeon IIIjI
Hcstr- Hcw'sThls? ff.i"
" j We offer Ono Hundred DollariJRe
THE GULF PORTS. ward for any ocuje of Catarrh tiajmn-
Tho Lc-joer ytwterday published a not bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Citro.
stat mn. compiled from government V:'i: Ghonoy & Gi Propa..To!aaai0.
1 1 reports shelving that m exiioru Wo. the us.dersljtied have known
thr junh p. its on the gulf are Increas- P. J. Cheney for the lost IB years and
ine he UiifflbTielnK dlvertwl from tho WHove hlm-perfeotly.honiitabla. lq all
soa urd. the lncroase beln.so mark- business transactions and flnanclay
h! tRat it is sufficlrtnt to attract at- able to OAriy tiUt any obllgaUons made
ten iun. In the report on breadstuff" by their flrm.
oait.-rn pu'is have In almost every In- WMST & TRUAX. Wholesale Drug-
stancr eufcred a decrease while gulf gists Toledo 0.
part. Now OrleanB and Galveston WALDINO KINNAN ft MA11VIN.
Jjae enji-F.d nn evident increase. Gal-' Wholesale Druggists Toledo Oo.
Scatn flgjxoe adranoe from $7.000.000 ' Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Intorn-
.o $t'.4Ky0. and New Orleans from ally acting directly upon tho blood
.JIT.Tmo.'Iio to $24800000. On Uio and mucoud surfaces of tho systom.
Jther hand a decline Is noticed In tho Prico 75c. per bottlo. Sold by all
j ano of Atlantic and Pacific ports. In ' druggists. Testimonials free.
' rn the strao thing la shown and In ! Hall's Family Pills aro the boat.
i wheat wlnlo Now Orloans hau done ; -'
i tothlng n.r th?ji hold her own. she j Mayflower bottled beer has won the
' weeded New York'B flgttres by 400.- title- Missouri's Best. That moans lhe
For aale at William
i eniWi'iW Increase of C.OOO.OOO bush- Tlarrlngor'v
71 If TJf Ayers Hair Vigor makes the hair
1 YA U JLJiCtir 8row because ft Is a hair-food. It
jf feeds the hair and the hair grows
that3 all there is to it. It stops falling of the hair too
and restores color to gray nair.
jr. O. Jgrtr Oo. LewtU Uui.
yoars and was promoted to a conduct-
torhlp In 1830. Ho was a mau among
mon and "as bolovetj by allx who
HORSES WILL MEET.
Robert Shaw Will A
Probably Suceed Root
Washington D. C July 24. It sooms
to bo a general understanding among
officials of tho war department who
McCh-ssney and Water Boy Are Go-
ing at Saratoga.
New Ycrk July 24. Tho weights
for the last of the great spring and
summer handicaps tho $12000 Sara-
toga handicap at ono mllo and a quar-
ter for three-year-olds and upwards
to be run on tho opening day of tho
Saratoga Racing association's sum-
mer mooting. August 3 havo just been
announced but tho two most talked
of horaea f tho season Water Boy
ought to know that thonumo of Robert und Mcnjhesney aro on equal terms as
Shaw Oliver who has Just been ap
pointed nstlstnnt secretary of war
will bo favorably considered for secre-
tary of war whon Secretary Root re-
tires from tho cabinet. It has been
known for somo tlmo that on tho com-
plotlon of certain Important matters
which Socretary Root has In hand ho
intends to return to New York to re-
sume the practice of law. Just when
this might happen has boon and is
still very indefinite. Secretary Root
will sail for Hngland tho last of August
to take hlit place as chairman of the
American commission In the Alaska
boundary case. It la understood that
he will continue as secretary of war
during th time ht ia abroad. In case
the affairs wh(oh have been under his
especial charge and In which be Is
very much interested are etlll unset-
tled when he shall return to this
country i. is expected that he will
continue as secretary of war. There
are other considerations which may
prolong hU stay as a member of the
cabinet until after tho next session of
congress flhall adjourn. The fact that
he in familiar with overything pertain-
ing to Philippine affairs with the ad
ministration in Oubaand with tho man.
agoment of all military waiters since
tho Spanish war. all of which sub?
joots may be considered by tho nest
congress may oauio him to continue
until then !n hlB present position
Secretary Root returned to Washing-
ton at a late hour tonight from OjUr
By. where he Has been Ir conference
with the preeUlent on various war de-
partment natters. A number of army
promotions and retirements were de-
termined on while the secretary as
at Qystor Bay and these will be an
nounced Iw a fow days.
tho top woights at 127 pounds. Her-
mis gots four pounds loss weight.
TOOK AN EARLY START.
'fly Associated Frees.!
Sayville July 24. President RoVoso-
volt started from his uncle's home for
Sagamoro Hill at 4 o'clock this morn-
ing. Ho was on horseback and was
accompanied by his son and nephews.
Don't buy sportlug goods until you
have seen our stool; and got our prices
Base hall Goods
Raaore. tue best mado only from 50c
to 13.00 eh.
Pipes Tobacco and Cigars to suit
Come and bo us.
OLSMITH ARMS CO.
tthU4rt ft were Mm eit
College and Fraco-Belgian Conservatory
Nevada.. - Missouri.
Phenomenal success and prrprcss. enrollment lot. Conservatory enrollment ISO. 20.-
000 CO improvement. U.ilqne ardattrjctlYe feature of new building each student ber
own bedroom with rIIi lugroom adjacent for seTeral. New furniture Modern contenl-
ences. Same management 19 Tear. Superior faculty. College and college preparatory
work. Art. Oratory. 1'hTslcal Culture :ind Domestic science In charge of Rbeclallsta
Home Department urxurnassed.
nn&.r. ...... n..... ah'......m n . ... a . .. .
uunatiiYAumi u wubiu it ana Aiauam toward unit directors
fitockard Voice m rone Christian Influence
MISS VAL. 8TOCKAHD. President
The Trenton Normo.1 and Business College
"Will open Scptembei i 1WB with Of fart merits of Preparatory. Teachers'SclentlflcCom-
merclal. Shorthand 'i ypewrltln. iviegrai hy Klo utlon Penmanship and Music; tJO-.
000 building heated b) ntcam and r.iihted by electricity. Htrong faculty. Course elec-
tive but unsurpassed nates iw; tlSApays board tuition and room rent one year of 48
weeks. Forcatalocue Idrr-- .r n wiiiTESCAUVEH President. Trenton. Mo.
Thlreleta year opens September S. Courses offered leading to two decrees. Un'Seelled
literary social science music art and elocution departments. Faculty isjeclally
choien. llest possible environment Ilulidlngs Modrn. I ats consistent with ad-
vantages offered. For catalogue andfulthcr information address
KEV J. M. SPENCEK Prcs Fulton. Mo.
Boonville Seminary o.ndConscj
A kelert Uiardinc Kliool tor Elrls and Tounn 1. dtt k. It1
uHUTf-u ritirndi niiouie Mihtoui- r-uje ur aavaniaees in collegiate
atory of Music
l d at Iluonvillc one of tht
most refme'i an'l i ulttuni rttieR.if midiileMlsKiuii rut ur udvamaeesi
wort music art. elocution and Delsarte For literature and other liifrmatton
UK. 8IIKFFEY IlOLT.KIt A II . Boonville. Mo.
Stephens College and School of Music colTmbiVmo. 5
"Ueautiful for Situation" In the very heartof the great Educational Centerof
the West. Large and lovely camnus MaRniOcent buildings. Finely furnished
ah mtKicrn noineconvciiicDccH. sanitary piumoing inorougu literary course ri
v irgii iratiicc ciariers. uoc new iwu-manuai anu peoai pine organ run uy water r
SAM FHANK TAYLOH D. D . President. College Place. Columbia Mo
power One two manual and peal reed organ. One VIrcil pedal clavier.
loriura scRts i' uuiivuiue ror liiustraieo catalogue write 10
'Hnnv tuirnlnn f. t.r. .Irl xthi um ni B..n.n ln.ln fo.. 4. t. ' 9
HILL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE stia'
Pupils plaeud In profltublc positions quickly. Our plan of individual Instruction
and most modern method m Shorthand Telegraphy UookkreplDg and Pentnan-
nhiphas made our Institution THE P.ECOUNiZKD SCHOOL tlF THE CENTRAL
WEST. 350 students since September iVnrk and environment the best Good
board at low price. I can help you Wr te ant? see
JOHN M. IIII.l.. President. Sedalla Mo.
NEW YORK RACKET
A Beautiful Line of
25 cents to $2.00.
SHOES! SHOES! SHOES!
Closing out our Shoes at
prices to save you money
NEW YORK RACKET
115 West Harrison Avenue-
REMEMBER YOUR EXPERIENCE
Of loLSt winter. Now is the time to buy
your COAL. Any kindyou w&nt. V
N. F. CHEADLE.
Olflce and Yards
424 "West Oklahoma Ave.
Oklahoma Elks' Mascot
In telling of tho visit of 9lRht.n6oing
delegation.! of Elks the Vrashlngton
"Thfe Oklahoma delegation oarrlad
wltli thoo aa a mascot a Httlo buy
eleven moo' ha old. It tv.-ut dressed In
the purple of the order and was pro-
teoted by : guard of honor or six Hlks.
each one mora than six feet tall. The
LllCtle quo's mother Is tho wlfo of ono
?(f Ho de'egatlon's prominent mem-born'
NO SYMPATHY STRIKE.
(By Associated PresB.)
Chicago III. July 24. Tho Toam-
6tar" union last night abandoned lb
sympAthet .' strike agalnat Uio Kef-
lopg Switchboard and Supply com-
pany. Complete and unconditional
Surrondar of the taa.raatjra underlies
tho action which appears to avert all
possibility of the general labor w.ar In
Chicago which Albert Young prosU
dent of th Teamstora National union
declared ho would precipitate. ! v r
n ! ai m wr ptWm'lll'l''WWMm''lti??..
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