The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 32, Ed. 1, Wednesday, August 5, 1903 Page: 4 of 8
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TH 4.EAMR UTHHIi OKLAHOMA WEDNESDAY AUGUST 6' 1W5.
by LESLIE a. niblack.
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Per week br carrier .
Per month by carm r .
Peiear liy carrier n advance
Per year by wall. In advance
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The Leader u a member of thf Awoclated
IX" nlter?0i.n tuWcaUott ft Outhrle
Mo. & Kas. Business 75; Edtorlal 69
Ark Volley Business 75; Editorial. 69.
WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 5 1903.
Tho movement looking to a greater
and bettor Outhrio has sot In.
Present statehood agitation Is use-
less. Congress will not bo overly anx-
ious to act
SIdearms are being Inspected and
oiled up In Mississippi tho senatorial
light having Just reached the "You're-ji-liar"
There will bo a "full house" at the
wedding of Princess Alice of Batton-
berg. Three kings and a pair of em-
perors have promised to attend.
Congressman Cannon's sllonce on
tho subject of tho Danville riots leads
to tho suspicion that tno killed and
wounded belong to tho opposition par-
ty. Russia hns decided upon the expon
dlture of some more millions en fortl
flcatlon In hor recently acquire 1 Chi
Perhaps this is the ... . . ropeatcd doses. There Is no other rom-
. . which aro mombora of tho Barnos .i m.. i.i . ..
best way to prevent war.
Senator Piatt must feel that his In-
Jluenco is waning when he Is unablo to
secure tho reinstatement of a consti
tuent In the navy department at $2.G0
per ny r:
Missouri politicians will fall to tin-
dersUnd why Dlntrlct Attornoy Joromo
should rcfuso a bribe of ?75.000. un-
less ho had reason to suspect that tjio
money was marked.
Now comes Colonel Gartlngton of the
Inspector general's department who
aaya Congressman Llttauer didn't havo
n hnn.i i.. fhnt Irmv nW nonn.ini
Not even a flngor olthor?
Admlrftl Cotton it Is understood is
to recommend that guns bo dispensed
with on futuro battle ships and tho
spaco saved bo mndo Into banquet balls
parlor3 for royal visitors and cham-
tOST BY LOBBYING.
For somo reason or other tho salo
-of the DanlBh West Indlos was not
confirmed and Denmark rofused to
confirm the. trado witb tho Unitod
8talos mode last year.
Tho exposuro of tho lobby scheme
which Tho Journal noted some months
ago doubtless had Its Influence ln this
rejiudlotion of tho propotod salo. Lob-
bying Is a curse to any honest thing
In legislation. Its only chunco is to
l hold whllo tho masses aro unin-
formed; for tho affair Is taint etl be-
yond respect whenever It Is known
that monoy is employed to make legis-
lators voto a certain way and tho
legislator Is always disgraced to the
3samo extent whon such lobbying is
mado plain. Thoro aro prominent na-
tional legislators ntlll allvo who wore
tainted with lobby legislation 'In the
70's and nothing will over wipe out
tho stain. Pooplo havo no respect for
a man. who wll! take bribes of any
sort whoa ho is sworn to do his duty
a an honest man and a public ser-
rant St. Louis ls now struggling with
a gang whoso peculation and dip-
Kraco aro noted from tho Atlantic
to tho Pacific ooftans.'
Although tho Danish peoplo refused
to sell tho tlmo for salo will come ono
ot Utcee days. Tho5o laiands natural-
ly belong to tho control of tho United seaso and giving tho patient strength Springs and Pueblo may bo purchased
States an-i It speaks well for Den- by building up tho constitution nndiat Guthrlo for ?2L60 dally to and in-
xoark that tho llttlo kingdom had in- assisting nature in doing IU work eluding September SO. To Salt Lako
nate honesty enough to slap lobbyists
In the face and repudiate a bargain.
which carried with It pay to comip-
Uonlsta. hero and in Denmark.
Denmark msty heroaftor rt a hlghor
price on hor Island property and if
tho United States was Justified In pay-
ing Spain twenty millions for tho
Philippines on tho othor sid of tho
globe this government may bo ablo
tp afford a llttl more for tho Danish
West Indies Tight at our doors.
Whon Denmark soils hor property to
T T 1j.IL Pure an rich blood carries new "fe t0
JlECiltn. every Part of ie body ou are nvl
orated strengthened refreshed Thars
lut Ayer's Sarsaparillii will do for. you. Take Ayer's
Til J . - L.llt..r.A J.O.ArOe
:-iiis lor cmiNimuiiuii ui uitiuuaiicaa.
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1 us. la ur hopo It will not bo emoftroil
aver with lobby logietfiUdn an was tho
FOR ROOSEY IN DISGUISE.
Local Republicans Organize a D. T
According to a published report
there was nn onthuslastlo mooting of
tho clans at tho Office of Secretary
Grimes last oVcnlng. Tho object being
tho organization of a Dennis Plynn
club In Oklahoma Around this or-
ganUatlon la to cluster Flynn clubs In
every county in Oklahoma and tho ob-
jeot is to promote tho nomination 'of
the formor delegate for tho Unitod
States eonato when the territory be
comes a state.
Thoro was but ono sentiment that
nkpvndAfl Mm mnA(1ntr nnA Minf wfia
Umltmlal Ooler Ehould
corner honor to Dennis Plw tnd tw
slst in every way making pwh.k. no
nomination of Dennis Flynn.
Constitution and By-Laws.
1. Tho namo of this organization
shall be "Tho Donnls Flynn Club."
2. Its purpose Is to advocato the
nomination of Donnls Flynn for state
senator by tho Republican territorial
convention and to genorally promote
tho principles as lalC down by tho for-
3. Tho officers of this club shall bo
a president and three vlco presidents
socrotary ami assistant secretary and
4. Tho club shall moot on tho first
Monday evening of each month and
at such other times as Donnls Flynn
by call shall designate.
5. It shall bo tho purposo of this
club to oncourago and assist In tho or-'
ganlsaUon of Flynn clubs throughout I
fi. All nn.ihiiranB t (hn.J
crowd aro oliglblo and nro asked to
assist. In tho promotion of tho nomlna-
tlon of B.onnls Flynn and tho purposes
herein set out
It Is arranged to hold a meeting at
fhn .. ... .. . . w . . n
bor tho exact date to bo named by
Donnls Flynn later.
Th8 lB a stop ln tho rIgat )1IrcctIon
to BOCUro th(J nomlnat!on ot Donnls
Kiynn oklahomans can always bo do-
pondd on xo do tho right thing for
Donnls Flynn nt tho right time.
n mht bo stated that according
to m being circulated on the
stroot uday that only ono anti-Flynn
nan was found within Uio secrot con-
clavo when tho lights went out and
that was tho well known '"Barefoot"
O SECRETARY'S OPFICE. o
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Tho follownlg chartors woro Issued
The Mt. Carmel Episcopal church of
Mulb.nl with tho following Incorpora-
torsj T. J. Peak. D. R. Brandon W.
Medox iBaao Caldwell all of Mulhall.
Tho First Presbyterian church of
Lambert with the following Incorpor-
ators: H. A. Sawyer H. O. Crostor
and E. W. Wilson all of Lambert.
Notarial commissions wore Issued
today (o the following.
A. G. Hoofer of Driftwood Woods
M. A. Bryan of Delphi Greor coun-
ty. J. E. Over of CHno Beaver county.
Jns. Lynch of Stroud. Lincoln county.
$100 Reward $100.
The readers of thla paper will bo
Pleased to learn that thoro Is at least
ono rauod tfisoaso that sclenco has
boon abI to curo tn a'l stages and
that ls Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Curo
s tho ony posltlvo curo now known
a mwllcal fraternity. Catarrh
bo'nK a constitutional dlseaso. requires
constitutional treatment "Hall's
Catarrh Cura is taken Internalljact-
nC directly Upon the blood and mil-
JS surfaces of tho Bystom Oioroby
tvrwyuu uso lounnauon oi ino
Tho proprietors havo so much faith In'city and Ogden for J30.50 durlnr samo
It" curatlvo powors. that thoy offer
one Hundred Dollars for any cuso
that It falls to curo. Send for list of
Address F. J. CHENEY & CO..
bold by all druggists 75o.
Hall's Family Pills are tho best.
Hobnrt lot ownors who woro recent-
ly damagod by flro will rebuild al-
most In a body.
Produco Chronlcj Catarrh
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Madamo Isabella Ellen Batons j
Madame Isabella Ellen Baveas Life
Governor Grand JLodgo of Free Masons
of England In a letter from Hotel Sara-
toga Chicago 111. says:
" This summer white traveling I
contracted a most persistent and an-
noying cold. My head ached my eyes
and nose seemed constantly running
my lungs were sore and I lost my ap-
petite health and good spirits. Doc-
tors prescribed for me all manner oi
pills and powders but all to no
"I advised with a druggist and he
spoke so highly of a medicine called
Peruna that he Induced me to try my
first bottle of patent medicine t'low-
ever. It proved such a help to mo thai
1 soon purchased another bottle and
kept on until was entirely well. " -
Madame' Isabella Ellen Baveas.
Summer colds require prompt treat-
ment. They are always strave. and
sometimes dangerous. The prompt-
ness and surety with which Peruna
acts ' these cases has saved many
"ve$ A. largo doso of Peruna shou'd
D0 taken at tho first appearance of a cold
n "unimor followed by small and oft-
rellablo and qnlckiniU action as Poruna.
Address Tho Poruna Medlcino Com-
pany Columbus Ohio for a freo book
entitled "Summer Catarrh" which
treats of tho catarrhal diseases peculiar
FOR YOUR SUMMER OUTINQ.
This Eeason thero will bo numorous
opportunities to travel with little out-
lay for railroad fare. Reductions will
ho ma6o oy tho Santa. To to Boston
Baltimore Deirolt Denver. Colorado
Springs Pueblo Los Angeles San
Francisco San Diego and many other
points. Those named below aro rep-
resentative and show the extended
torrl'.ory to which reduced rates will
Natioi.al Educational Association.
Boston Mass. ?41.50 round trip from
Grthrlo. Choice of routes. Tickets i
on. Rale June 30 to July 4 Inclusive.
Original return limit may bo extended
It September 1 1903.
International Convention United
Soclrty of Christian Endeavor Denver
Colo- Round trip from Guthrie 519.20
Tickets oa salo July 1 to 30 Inclusive.
Rotun limit good to leave Colorado
August 31 1903. Reduced rates to
California and Grand Canyon will be
mado d irlng tho meeting for the bono
fit of thoso who may deslro to extend)
Bummer Tours to California Chris-'
tlan Endeavor. During period of sale
of Christian Endeavor tickets (July
1-10). tlckots to California and back
may be purchased at very favorable!
rates. Only ?50.00 to Los Angeles or
San Francisco and return with privi-
lege of attending Christian Endeavor
convention at Denver on going trip.
Excellent opportunity for Endeavorer3
to attend convention and then visit
Grand Canyon and Collfornla.
International Convention Epworth
League Detroit Mich Round trip
from Guthrlo 130.20. Tickets on sale
July 14 and 1C wtlh limit to permit
leaving Detroit as late as August 15.
Grand Lodge B. P. O. E. Baltimore
Md. TicKots on sale at Guthrlo for
138.70 on July 17 and 1C. Return limit
to leave. Baltimore July 25. Provis-
ion has boon made for extension ot
such limit to leave there as late as
Colorado and Utah Excursions.
mound trln tickets tr DAnver. Hnlorado
period. Fnal limit October 31 1903.
Tent City (San Diego) Cal- Special
reduced rate for tickets revering
round trip railroad and Pullman fares;
meals onrouto; two weeks' board and
lodging at Coronado Tent Ctty; also
railroad fare to and from and meals
and lodging at Grand Canyon. From
Topoka the cost Is only $1CW25.
For doscrlptvo literature reserva-
tion ot sleeping car space or further
particulars about events advertised
hero or for ratos to othor points or to
othor occasions apply to
A J. Corklns
Agent A. T. & S. F. Railway
The Loader makes all ktqds of blank
books and furaUhos every Jeeal.ulnqk
required under territorial Jiiws
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206 W. Okla. Ave.
Opp. P. o.
Central I.nbor Union meets every Wednes-
day night at Labor Hall In the Stapleton
block F L Woodruff. Pres. T. 11 Young
Financial becy e.m. Ulalr Kec Secy
Pnlnten Decorator nnil Paper Hanger
of AinprlcH Forty-five thousand Mrong
In the United states and Canada. Outbrle
Union 31B meets every Friday nlRht at 8:00
In Labor Hall. John Jaros Pres. E. M.
T.ool Union No 382 J. II 1 if. of A.
Meets the first and third Monday nights ot
each month at 3:30 In Labor Hall. T. II
Local Union Ola U. 11 or C anil .1. of A.
Meets every Tuesday night at 8 o'clock.
In Labor Halt W U Pulse l'res.
HnrtriKlem International League of Amer-
ica. Local Union No. 60? meets every Sun-
day afternoon ln the Uagles Hall Harry
Scliellers Pres Frank CummlriKS fc-ecy.
ltnllilltiR Laborers I I U of A Local Un-
ion No. t meets 1st and 3rd Frldaysof each
a onth Wm Heed Pres
Itetall ('lork'n Afoclatlnn.- Local Union
No SS8 meets the second and fourth Mon-
day nights In Labor Hall. F L. Woodruff
Pres ; II Lytic Sec.
Ili 11 W.-Local Union No. 301 moets every
Tuesday night. Arthur Carpenter Pres.
T Westbrook Secy.
M I u of A. Local Union No 4 meets er
ery Wednesday night at 8 o'clock third
floor Victor Block.
United Ass'n Journeymen Plumbers flm
and 3tonin Fitters. Local Union Nn 3S3
meets every Friday night ln Htrzel llros.
hall on Second SUeet. Andy lllair Pres.;
It. C. Itecd Secy
. .fc ! W. 1. U. of A -Ijcal Union No
18J meets everv Wednesday night at 8:00
o'clock in their hall. W. E. Billings Pres.;
Hoy James Secv.
J H.C.A of N. A.-Quthrie Branch meets
tbcfltst and second Thursdays at 8:00 p
ai at their hall. Harry Pierce. Secy
J.T U or A Local Union No. 3TO meets
every Sunday afternoon at 3:80 In their
hall 8 OUcn Pren Harris becy.
O. P A Local Union No 873 meets every
Tuesday night at o'clock. W. It. Graves
Pres . Geo French Secy.
Outbrle Typographical Union No 1587
meefi first bundav of each month at 2:30
p. in lu their hail over 107 West Harrison
Ave Chas Main President; U D. Jollcy
Notce to Masons.
Albort Pike Lodgo No. 60 A. F. and
A. M. will confer tho third degree
thlB Wednesday avonlng Aug. 5 1903
beginning at 8 o'clock
Members of tills lodgo are requested
to bo at Masonic tomplo promptly at
Invitation 1b oxtonded to all jnaator
' Lunch will bo aorved during tho
Albert O. Farquharson
W. T. WALKER
RENTAL AND REAL E8TATE
120 W. Okla. Ave. 'Phone 210.
It was just about a generation ago
that Illustrations first appeared In ad-
vertisements. At first tho cuts wore
made on wood and ln tho crudest form.
Tho line or zinc plate and half-tono
havo done much to develop the artistic
Great firms havo done their share ln
giving to tho public tho rosult of work
and money but no firm has spent
more monoy In art than tho makers of
Pears' Soap. Doubtless tho picture
"Bubble" by Sir John MUlals will
Wo have had submitted to us a pic-
ture appearing In tho August maga-
zines whl"h Is worthy of noto. Tho
subject Is tho study of a head which
appeals to all lovers of woman. No
small pratso Is duo this concern and
Its rooroaentatlvoH tho Lyman D
Morse Advertising Agency who havo
worked mutually with tho Pears' con-
cern ln tho upbuilding of art In ad-
vertising. Porry is moving itself to the need
of making the carnival September 10.
tho event of itfi lfo- Porry at tho op
nlns of tbg strip of which tho carni-
val Is tq be the anvlversary celebra-
tion waahM4.a.u8-rten for all the
Cut Prices on
Wall Paper Paints Oils
and Drug Sundries
Linseed OU55c gal. pure. Wall Paper 5c roll.
You will always find the luwest prices and tlie
best goods at Renfro's drug store. I lead and let
the rest follow. Get your Stationery Tabletf.Pens
Inks and Envelopes of us for we save you money.
C R. Renfro
litmus mien wun care anu pronciencv.
Geo. H. Lee. G. P. A.. Little
J. S. McNalley
Synodical College p1f
Thlreleth year opens September 9. Courses offered leading to two decrees Unexcelled
literary soda' science music art and elocution departments. Faculty especially
chosen 11" at possible environment Uulldlnrs Modern. Rates consistent with ad-
vat'taRtfs uttereo. For catalogue and fulthev Information address
ItKV. J. M. SPENCEIt. Pres Fulton Mo.
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f JAy ft y . . y y f SS SSSS
ir If. liJLHBT and A. HAaLAXD Proprietor! Valla; Texas
We teach the celebrated llllss System of Actual lluslness from the start the great
est system ot UookKeepini; nanicinp. umce
Finest snort nano scnooi in me soutn
short hand systems
ness college In the Southwest
The Trenton NormoJ
Will open September 1 1B01 with departments of Preparatory. Teachers'SclentlflcCom
merciU Shorthand. Typewritlnc Telegraphy Llo utl'u. Penmanship and Music; IK)-.
000 building heated by steam and lighted
tlve but unsurpassed
uates low ji.31 pas
Forcatalocue address J c WIllTESfAUV Lit. President. Trenton Mo.
Boonvillc Seminary and Conservatory of Music
A select hoarding school for glrlsand joung 'dlei located at Uuonvllli cue of the
most reilncdand cultured cities of middle Mlsmurl bupcrlor advantages IncollegUtc
work music art elocution and Delsarte For literature and other information cite
DH SHKFI'KY HOLLKIl A It Hoor. tile. Mo.
S Cronrionc Cirnrfr ntu rlinnl nf Mucin. nniiiniAiUIiin S
Q "lleauifulforSltuatlou In the ev
S the West LarKe and lovely umnu
At. modern home conveniences Saul'ary inuiuulng Thorough lice "arj course
HtroL.gest music faculty west otuoiton
mil practice Claviers unenew
Virgil piilClICC CI.IY1CXB. UUC IICW IHU-luailUill rtUU icuai y p (t n v uu uj ntiii.1 r
power One two manual and pedal reed organ One Virgil pedal clavier Audi-
tortum seats I 00 people For Illustrated catalogue write to q
bam Fit Nit taylok. u. v . president uoueec i-iace uoii moia. mo.
Penv learning to no girl whose good sense leads her to It " r
Phenomenal success ano progress. Enrollment 201 Conservatory enrollment 160. M0-
000 00 Improvement. Unique and attractiTe feature of newbuildlug each student her
own bedroom w 1th slttlngroom adjacent for several Sew furniture Modern conTeni-
ences. Same management 19 years. Superior faculty. College nd college preparatory
work. Art Oratory. Payslcal Culture and Domestic srlence In charge of specialists.
Home Department unsurpassed. . .
CONSKKVATOnY OF MOSIO Dr and Madam Edward Hlltz directors; Miss Kate
Stockard Voice Strong Christian Influence. Hates reasonable c)
Address MIBS VaL STOCKAnP. President.
V HUMPHREY & HILL
105 W. Oklahoma Ave
Little journeys to Northern lakf resorts will b2 more popular
this summer than ever Many have aheady arranged their
summer tours via.
Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul
and many more are going to do likewise. Booklets that will
help you.to plan your vacation trip have been issued for those
interested and will be sent on receipt of postage as follows;
"In Lakeland" and "Summer Homes' Be
"Lssckes OkoboJI and Spirit Lake" 4c
M. F- SMITH
843 Main Street - DaJleis.
D. P. A. Oklahoma City 0. T.
nomine ana uusiness practice ever ucvisea
expert teachers of the Pitman and Oreee
The M 11. C Is the leading and largest bust-
and Business College
by electricity Strong faculty Course eleC-
maru. iuiliou aiuirnom rcinunc year oi &
hear t "f the preat Kducatlonr.i Center of !!
iu -t bunuiugs 1-in-ly furnished H
ana new icrx. -iweiuyuvijip
iwo-manuaiaua peuaip pi-irKau ru
College and Fraco-Belgian Conservatory
Nevada.. - Missouri.
Guthrie O T
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