The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 32, Ed. 1, Wednesday, August 5, 1903 Page: 7 of 8
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and Cotton Culture
Lo?aT Happening of City and Terrl
THE -tADEr UTHMB OKLAHOMA WEDNESDAY AUGUST 6 1903.
"One of the greatest drawbacks to
BUTPssftil cotton culture is the almont
&!Folut' luck of system In the matter
of sr-cii selection. If no more effort
Vroro made to select good teed corn
tbna fa usually iiiriIp In the selection
of cotton seed for planting the yield
and quality of t'" product would !
r-ry unsatlgfactory "
Thus spoko Secretary Thoburn of
Ur territorial board of agriculture.
this morning in reply to inquiries con-
cerning tho cotton condition and pros-
pects of tho cotton crop lu Oklahomn
this year. Continuing Mr. Thoburn
"Tho usual method is plant tho Becd
regardless of quality quite thickly In
tho row and later on after the plants
have come up to go through tho field
with a hc-o and 'chop out' all superflu-
ous plants aiming if possible to leave
tho strongest and most vigorous plants
growing at regular Intervals In tho
row Sometimes and Indeed not fre-
quently it happens that a wetut puny
plant must bo loft to preserve the In-
terval and these servo to reduco thft
aggnato yield of tho field. As a mat
ter of fact there is no more reason why
inferior cotton seed should bo plented
than thero Is to warrant tho plavllng
of Ill-formed or unnatural seed con.
"A promlnont resident of ono of tho
cotton growing counties of Oklahoma
was talUUg with mo on the subject
tho other day. Ho stated that tho
fault was largely on tho part of tho
ginners that instead of saving the
first and best seed which is ginned
early in tho season it wa invarlubly
Bold to tho oil mills while the 8ed
from later pickings including that of
tho frost bitten bolls was saved up
and sold out to tho planters from
which to grow tho next season's crop.
Often too tho seed has been cared
for very ind'fferently allowed to be-
come damp heated and mouldy in stor-
age thus greatly reducing tho per-
centage of vitality. Tho com breeder
advises that tho sod corn bo solcctod
at picking tlmo if it Is desired to grow
more bushels from fewer acres. Grow
lng cotton for seed Is practiced suc-
cessfully by a few plantors and thotr
example is worthy of tho general emu-
lation which their uniform succcoss
Last spring tho cotton farmers and
planters of Oklahoma paid tho glnnors
at ho rate of $80 and $8Brper ton for
cotton seed when tho cash valuo for
the same for commercial purposes (oil
mill demand- wns only $18 por ton.
Thero is a splendid opportunity for tho
soed deaHrs to make a specialty of
Bavlng and selling cotton soed of an
approved standard of vitality and gen-
eral quality. Tho limit of productive
capacity can not bo reached under a
method of seed selection which in any
other lino of husbandry would surely
lead to deterioration. Tho cotton
planters must learn to plant tho best
eood If they hope to gather the best
End of Bitter Fight.
'Two physicians had a loug and
stubborn fight with an abcoss on my
right lung" writes J. P. Hughes of
Ou Pont. Go. "and gave me up. Every-
body thought my tlmo had come. As
a last rosort I tried Dr. King's Now
Discovery for Consumption. Tho ben-
efit I received was striking and I was
nn my foot In a fow days. Now I've
entirely regained my health." It con
quers all Coughs Colds and Throat
and Lung troubles. Guaranteed by
P B. Llllto and Co. Price 50c and
$1 00 Trial bottles free.
The El Reno American says: The
Guthrio Loader announces that J. A.
Masters who built tho electric pi' t
hero hae applied for a franchise at
that place to put in a gas and olectric
plant He la back by Senator Hanna
of North Dakota. If Mr Masters
builds as good a plant in the old town
as he did hore Guthrio will profit by
the granting of the franchise. The
plant here is the best In the south-
wit. and ex cell s anything for the size
of tho town in the west.
Eczema scald head hives itchiness
of the skin of any sort Instantly re-
lieved pcmanontly cured. Doan's
Ointment. At any drug store.
It Is not improbable that a park
commissioner and forester will bo up-
pointed by Mayor Barnes during the
next few weeks. The first work to be
considered is repairing and regradlng
Nohlo avenue which le nearly three
miles in length stretching from one
sldo oj the city to the other. In ad-
dition to working on Noble avenue it
Is expected that some work will be
dono on tho parks. There Is consid-
erable talk of paving Noble avenuo
from ono end to the other and peti-
tions oro now being circulated r that
.Purpose- the cost ot paving would of
course be charged up to the property
owners but it Is believed that a mv
iarity of them wiUmgrec to It
Miss Gannon Sec'y Detroit
Amateur Art Association tells
young women what to do to
avoid pain and suffering caused
by female troubles.
" I can conscientiously recommend
Lydla E. lMuklinm's Vegetable
Compound to those of my sisters
suffering with female weakness and
the troubles which so often befall
women. I buffered for month with
general weakness and felt so weary
that I had hard work to keep up. I
had shooting pains and was utterly
miserable. In mv distress I was ad-
vised to uso Ijytlla K. Plnkiinm'H
Vegetables Compound and it was
a red letter day to me when I look the
first doso for at that time my restora-
tion began. In bIx weeks I was a
changed woman perfectly well In
every respect. I felt so elated anil
tnTt thnt I want all women who
suffer to get well aR I did." Miss
Gtnr.A Gannon 350 Jonr St Detroit.
Corresponding Sec'y Mich. Amateur
Art Association. tSOOOforfttt if original cl
about Ittttr proving genulmncts cannot be prorfi" tU.
It is clearly shown in this
young lady's letter that Lydla 12.
Pinklinm'fl Vegetable Compound
iviH surely euro the sufferings of
women; and when ono considers
that Miss Gannon's tatter Is only
one of hundreds which wo have the
great virtue of Mrs Plnkham's medl
cine must be admitted by all.
Judgo Durwoll of Oklahoma City
has been assigned to tho district pro-
aided over by Judgo "Gillette of Law-
ton. Chiof Justico Burford of Guth
rie is relieving Justice Hainor In tho
Perry district while tho latter is tak-
ing a vacation.
Not Over Wise.
There Is an old allegorical picture
of a girl scarod at a grass hoppor but
In the act of needloaely troadlng on a
snake. This Is paralleled by tho man
who spends n large sum of money
building a cyclono collar but nogtecta
to provide his family with a bottle of
Chamberlain' Colic Cholora and 31-
arrhooa Remedy as a safeguard against
bowel complaints whoso victims out-
number thoso of tho cyclone a hun-
dred to ono. This remedy Is every-
where recognized as tho most prompt
and rollable modiolno in use for thoso
diseases. For sale by tho Eagle drug
P. H. Wright returned yesterday
from a wook's visit to Genoral Wood-
son at Paola Kas. Ho reports tho
genoral as Improving slowly; his left
Bide is completely paralyzed but ho Is
ablo to movo his limb a little and in !
a few days will gn to Mineral Wolls
Texas where ho will take a short
treatment and on his return trip to
Paola will probably stop In El Bono.
El Reno American.
Tho startling announcement that a
preventive of stlloldo had been discov-
ered will Interest many. A run down
syetom. or dospomloncy Invariably
precede atilclde and something has
been found that will prevent that con
dition whloh makes suicide likely. At
the first thought of self destruction
tnko Electric Bitters. It being a
great tonic and nervine will strength-
en the nerves and build up the sys-
tem. It's also a great Stomach Liver
and Kidney regulator. Only 60c. Sat-
lsfactton guaranteed by F. B. Llllle and
It costs at least ten tlmaa an much
I to live according to the requirements
IUI IWUI U nn II UWa W 4V M4.U1UIU
to the demands of nature.
All of this can be avoided
however by tho use of Mother's Friend before baby comes as this
great liniment always prepares the body for the strtin upon it and
preserves the symmetry of her form. Mother's Friend overcomes all tho
danger of child-birth and carries the expectant mother safely through
this critical period without pain. It is woman's greatest blessing.
Thousands gratefully tell of tho benefit and relief derived from the
we ot this wonderful
remedy. Sold by all
druggists at $r.oo per
bottle. Our little
book telling all about
this liniment will be scot free.
Ik iMaW hcitf Gl lhUv l
waw) wHnwwawV wfwwwf waa MVvw-wf aw
tory Briefly Told. j
Frederick Bonstosdt and C. L. Allen !
or Uie United State geological survey
ai In Denver county. looking for poe-1
ill le reservoirs along different ati-mra
t yen sed lit storing storm water. The
o ly suitable place found at this tirm
w 3 on the Coldwater a mfle weet of
The South McAleeter News says
that Secretary HItohcook withdrew his
order for tho removal of J. Blair
Slioenfelt aftor Senator Quay Senator '
Warren of Wiyoming nnd Senntor 181-1
1:1ns made a personal appeal to Pres
ident Itoosovelt In bohalf of Shoenfelt
who will manage a campaign for Quay
adn is a brother-in-law of Warren.
Genuine pluck has been shown by
tho people of Hobart ou tho occasion
of thj recent flro calamity which over-
came that town. Tho morning after
tho blaze circulars wore quickly dis-
tributed over tho streets announcing
thnt tho big etroot fair for which
preparations have been making all
summer would bo held. It Is rumored
further that tho class of buildings to
be erected will bo far superior to
thoso which woro burned.
Charlie Mann who 1b doing some
prospecting in tho Wichita mountains.
Is ono of tho old timers in southwest-
ern Oklahoma. Ho drovo a bull team
there as iar back as 18C holped lay
off the sections of tho Comanche res-
ervation In 1874. and knows tho coun-
try about as woll as anybody now liv
ing. He spoalcfl tho language of the
Filipinos fluently and recently re
turned from the far east where he
acted as Interpreter for Uie American
Tho town of Karoma Is on wheels
and tho towns of Alvarotta and Busk
will start this week all moving .to
tho now town of Goltry giving the
new place a population of G00 as a
starter. Every citizen of Carwllo has
signed an agreomont to movo to Hel
ona boforo Soptomber 1. These
changes aro caused by tho building
oi the Frisco west through Goltry and
Puts an End to It All.
.V grievous wall oftltnos comas as
a result of unboarablo pain from ovor
taxed organs. DIzzlnoss Backache
Liver complaint and Constipation. But
thanks to Dr. King's Now Lifo Bills
they put an end to it all. They nr
gentlo but thorough. Try them. Only
25c. Guaranteed by P. B. LHHo and
S. M. Broslus representing tho In
dian Rights association has been
traveling In eastern Oklahoma. Bro
slus Is not always' an agreeable vIp
DeWItt Is the Name
Wlhen you go to buy Witch Hazel
Salvo look for tho name DoWITT on
evory box. Tho pure unadulterated
Witch Hazel la used In making De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salvo which is
tho best salvo 1 ntho world for cuts
burns bruises bolls eczoma and
piles. The popularity of DoWltt's
Witch Hazel Salve duo to Its many
cures has caused numorous worth-
loss counterfoils to ho placed on tho
market. The gonulno bears tho name
Sold by J. N. Wallace.
Not the Events
In reproducing an article roforring
to the Guthrio club published in The
Saturday the clipping
i credited to the ISveute of Enid
'credit rightly belongs to Colonel Jim
Duffy who has been looking after the
destinies of the Wave during Col.
Guthrie has a commercial club that
went to work and actually got a re-
duct Ion on coal rates from Indian ter-
ritorv tvoliUs to that nlaos of forty
I cunts per ton. That will amount to
-MSlBU7I UIO URniVJ " w.w vuntB- - -
'year Wichita Eagle.
Every woman covet
shapely pretty figure and
many of them deplore the
loss of their girlish forms
after marriage. Tho bearing
of children is often destructive
to the mother's shapeliness.
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JJUSTORBAilThe Kind You Have! Wifll
Agcldble Prcporu:onror As
ling Uie Stomachs awl Bowels of
Opium.Morplimc nor Mineral
Aperfccl Remedy Tor Constirvi
lion Sour Stomach.Diarrhoca
nnd Loss of Sleep.
Fac Simile Signature of
PMiiini1 1 inn n
EXACT COPy OP WRAPPER ffl II jfttt Ij I Wfj I H I Jf&
J. BB FAIRFIELD
I Phone 20 Office and Yards 407409 W. Harrison
SAVED ON FIRST COST
$50 drop head high grade "moreet (Domestic) Sewiwj
machine for $25. Terms $5 nsh and $4 per month. Ten
Book of instructions and all attachments. Nineteen
of these machines already sold in this vicinity and nine-
teen satisfied buyers endorse these machines. Do not be
joled by lying agents who defame these machines to
.vnsl their own at fancy prices. Remember your money
back if not as represented. Come and get a machine and
save money. These machines are very heavy castings
and not of "the light order that can be sold at less money
and dear at any price. The sale is now on for August or
until the consignment is closed out. Your opportunity.
NEW YORK RACKET
115 West Harrison Avenue.
i. n -m' -m
W. M. Bronson
farm Loans insurance Abstracts
Only complete abstracts of title in Logan Coumj.
You pay interest and principal at our oflice.
Oldest ai.i largest insurance agency in Oklahoma.
L Black Building
f 118 Wast Okla. Ave.
REMEMBER YOUR EXPERIENCE
Of ltst winter. Now Is the time to buy
your COAL. Any kind you want. v
N. F. CHEADLE.
The Kind You Have
ft Jr - 'n
r T Afa
iuw a m affiaa-fe & m m
THC CINT.IH COMPANY ftCW TOH CITY '
.' . - - . laam HIIWIMT1.0 Ml
Office and. Yards
424 West Oklahoma Ave.
THE MOST INTERESTING READING
for the business man Is tho bank book.
It should have a greater fnsoinatloa
for him than the ups and downs ot
To possess ono ot those absorbing
books H easy. Doposlt the dally re-
ceipts from tho business cheques
curroncv etc.. with
THE GUTHRIE NATIONAL BANK.
Tho money will bo absolutely safe
In our modern vaults. Your account
will bo carefully Itopt. and payments
can bo made anywhere by means ot
101-103 W. 91b St. KANSAS CITY WO
iRegirlar Cradcat la Mad kin. Oytr 30 Ycartf
Practice. 24 Veara la Kaataa City.
Ua Oldest la Aaa aad Laaaetl Lacatrd.
Autbotlicd br the Btata to trtit CtlROMC
nLRTDUS AMI SH.CIU. DISUSE.
Carat rmriknttfKl ormoiwT tcfa&a
ad. JJ1 meaielaat fn tanned readr fa
ua no tnercnrr ar Inlarlom tntdt
cinsi oif d No denntlon from buit.
neu. Patlentt at a dULnce ittu4
by nail and aioreif. ltdtolnM ltia
tTerrwbera.frref rots gua or braatat a. No tndicl
teatt O u anleMDaitsayiantwItboriler. Ctui
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The retain w
and Sexual Dobllltv 5 ToU.T i
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I el.i1 brain power Ontario and alteniitbea weak parUI
i and make jon flt (or matrlace. Bend for book.
' StriCtlirO nadlranyentedwlthanawen
Unu UlOet No Initrumentt no pals nooa-
trntlon from buelneee. Car rearantced. Pook and
Hit of queiUoni free eealad.
Si.iit Ulaod polionlng and all prl rate At
ypnillS eeeee nermananllr cared.
Varicocele Hydrocoto and
Dlilmrtaile l'ermerfentlr cored la a lewdagg
fniniOSIS wltboat palaordanier
nrjrjK for both eeiee tg paet XI pletnra
""" with foil description of abora dlteeial
-the effeota aad anra eent aealed In plain wnpjvO
We are '-buttin' in" the but
Only first class outfit in the
territorie-. Write for sample
and gel i)rh:es.
Gnthrie's Leading Inel
Eaton & Van Duyn Props.
Rates I! C0anlW60ncr dar. All mod
Young middle aged and
elderly If you are hcx-
ually weak no matter from
what ( aub" undeveloped;
liave Ntrlcture varloocele
etc my 1'erfect Vacuum
Amillanrc will cure vou
No druga nr electric fty n.ooo cured and de-
veloped io da) trial send for booklet
sent sealed Guarantied Write today. V.
V r'mmrtt smT.iixx lIS Denver. Colo
Vie Big U for nnnatarat
Irrltatlont or ulretattoui
fit inuoone memtranea.
I.lnl.a. .nit nnt aitrin.
TlitmCntMeitCa. g.nt or pol.onom.
Mold 17 DrlllCIIU
or tent In tUln wraptev.
by azpriHie prepaid for
II XK). or S bottlee II.1t.
Clroular eeut ou rojuecU
'BROADWAY AND 630 STREET N.Y.CiTY
1 n:i I'.riioNK in km.ky iiimmi
Rooms $1.00 per day Upwards
A flae llbrirr iff I Tnr I mi ire has
cboUv literature for Inik i Uvor-
i tbe exrlualro uae of i U tj : i dbikU
our if.uei.ta I imt i ti Mtrop-
UeatrfUruHt noted for Hie ravellt'iiex) of
It'a on I lie it'a efflloclaut htvIcb 4ml Hind
Prnai fjrand 'an
tratt nation Ukr
A greatei number
of treet tar Hueii
Km Ilotai Banpire
aa aaj other do-
tal I U city
car tnaricaa "tirxaa
wv to Kort L Ver-
rr" and reach Hotel
Km pi re In aoTsn
From all Fcrrlu 6MoamUau and Ocean
Steamer wait ati&rl blck to Klerattd Kail
way and take 'ut Arn to soth Ntraat"
from '.ThicS Jtqtel la one snlnute Walk
lOMIautea to prlnrixal Iheataraanilehoaa
W. Johnson Qulnn Prop.
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f BAt 1 atrlotart.
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