The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 86, Ed. 1, Saturday, October 10, 1903 Page: 4 of 8
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!THK KKADErT ItUTHRIE OKCAHOMA SATURDAY OCTOBER 10 1903.
BY L. G.
LIE OF AN IRRESPONSIBLE "sir-ECIAL." '
Thero Is a fellow living In this town named Sarchett- -Corb M Sor
chett who ekes out a dismal lMng ly sending 30 tout specials to the
Dallas News and Globe Democrat Ho is a notorious fakir and a standing
reproach to the newspaper correspondents in Guthrie The latest departutp
of this Take penny allner appi-a- In the fckapp of a 'special" o the Okla-
homa City Oklahoman or this morning and purports to give the letatls un-
der the spurious forerunner of IT 1SUEPORTED BTC of a conimpldtjsd
consolidation of th Stat- Capital and Daily Leader litfli" says th Epe-
clal "will work toother In canoots with an Increased capital stock nl
with fall Associated Press reports to the Leader In the afternoon Ills sup
posed that the latter will remain Dennr-ratte Just what is on ts yet
kept in tin- background but that a mer'r of nomo kind in being effect-
ed is the general bellpt
We are unalile to tmeartli tli animtw pt miptlna Mich a miserable lie.
but that it ia a mlsersbl rontemptlblt li w aro quite certain It is
manufactured out of whole cloth and coining as it does at a time when th
Leader Is emerninn from the ashen of a mm llr Is cruel
11 The leader has stiffi ted In the past li
? .iu ihm nt thp lpnttor ncl ( anltal he inu
a swift di nlal to this rp tltinn of the danii .ilil unn Tin re is no eon
templated consolidation - .at aH the nin In n nf Knows and he would
certainly know If such n thln were possibl. or probable there is bo con
templated increase of capital Btock tin re is no contimplattd Associated
Press change the Leader is Democratlr and will alwas remain so there Is
no merger of any kind In view or has th r b en thought of or word sata of
men a thing
Moreover there will be no merger with the Capital so long as Nlblack is
dltor publisher and proprietor of the Leader and owner of the Leader plant
The Imohs documents and papers of the Leader office are open to the In-
spection of anyone and the Leader will pay ?r.o00 iu cash to anyone who
shows any connection whatever or any evldenc of cahoots whatever be-
tween the Leader and Capital Another ?5 OWi will be paid to tne party show-
ing one grain of truth In tne story speclakd out bv Sarchett
The Leader has grown tired of these damnable stories and it doesn't
propose to tie bushwhacked by a dirty lying correspondent
The Leader is twelve ears old It has nlwavs fought Democtacy'a battles
In a Republican city and count and it will remain Democratic so long as
the present minagement owns and a ntrols the paper The Leader's Asso-
ciated Press strvlce is standard The editor of the Leader is a member of
the AasofinKd Prt ss and holds aprotest right and shares In the assocla
tlon The leader expects to make more impro' e.r.ents j soon as th
fire stains ar rmoed an I It will then become mire than r the nopu
Jar home papir ot 'Juthrie Why and how the Sarchett btotj was inspired
e do not know but we do know that we are tired of such rot and refuse
to stand for it longer Wo do not know how such unwarranted Ilea affect
the Capital.nor do wo caro; perhaps tho Capital managoment considers It
M much froe advertising hut In tho light of ovonta wo daro tho Capital has
enough to take caro of without dallying with mergors Howovor Tho Loa-
der does nbt relish mtch advertising;' It stands on its own fee and re
fuses to meekly hoar lying roports calculated to place tho paper in A fals6"
light to Its cllontolo Tho fellow Sajchott stands convicted as a brazon
liar If ho proves hla Btory he cap have fG.OOO.
BACK TO THE OLD HOME. .
Tho Loader la onco mord doing
business at tho old stnnd But tho old
stand hears a now face The Leader
building which was bndly wrecked by
iiro and wntor last month has oeen
oer muled repaired and renovated
The plant has b.H-n reburnished and
placed In older and with th addition
of new mnohlnerj wHich i ti rr plat
the machinery ruined by the fin the
Leader plant lll be compteti once
more Dtiilnr the fl da followirg
the file the loiiipobitlon mil i
work on tti papi I was i in hi othtr
printing off ici f in the clt With ill
exception of thone five di- tin Lea
dor wan issued from its own plant
The Ieadir Job departmi nt lias b i u
In working older for two v i Kh. auj
with the addition of some new typo
will be as before the liest equipped
Job of !Ci in the southwest The Loa-
der binder) was probably the greatest
Biiffoter from the fire. STlie ruling ma-
chine ..set mial other machines
wort ruined onlircrly or badly damag-
ed Orders 3or now i machines have
been In the itictory lor throe weeks
and today tho Loador recolvod word
from tho Hlokook Manufacturing com-
pany of Hnrrlsburg Pa that llto now
ruling machine ordorod had boon ship-
ped Within ten uaj3 the entire Lea-
Fifty Years the
Improves ih fiawsr
i i i i'm illation of sttcn stores
In nh(ts mid we want to enter
tier plant will bd In full blast. The
flro. whllo lrad in lUolf entails great
losses in the way of orders and delays
in getting out rush work.
The total amount of insurance car-
ried b the Leader was $20000
The Leader pays the second largest
rate of an concern in the c'fy for its
insurant?- on account of gasoline stor
age Tlv insurance settlement
far ftom -.atlhfactorv on the losses sris
talned ih total amount of Insurance
roc nd In Inn $ ! imu The Leader's
8to k liivoite alone was $9300 the of-
tier inventor) being verified by insur-
ant adjust 'is The sum of $3000
wa - earned on tnis hiock tne toss
to si x'K was about
an idea of the loss sustained by the
nlant im li Indi1v nfMll
NoMiimt 'iisina)ed tho
sumes luislness at the old stand The
paper will ilv.e out of its misfortune
better than r-ter After a tussle with
Ore and witter Jt reaw'res time to re-
sume the old pace but the Leader will
soon strike It
The batraohfhn eyes 'of Machlavoll
S. Quay looked upon tifolr seTentloth
milestone the otlwr da. Desplto his
three score years' ami ten the sonator
has a shifty side-step and a loft jab
that are good for a few mora rounds
&n& adds io
Qf tits food.
Bono Pains Itching Scabby
1I1HE. Or iMinnlM I'lmplm Scrofula
irmly nf! by UUng Hotanli Mood IbUii
rran i point tf "ir ) JntrnHrtt.
Strtnfthrns i uk Hdnrv and mat gtoi. ' rtrrr
4U I a. ti i" hare orrr ttflOO original simrd lutli
tttMitli cfaira mi y B It. B thai ilvvtrt nre&
1 f h hmr if-ltr aiHt pnlm tn tKmea brk sthl jclnr
lt-tllng Sribtir Skin Jlloixl trr hot or tliln Rnullrf
llali Rlftlug and Bumpf on tbe Skin. Mu d rtrb.
In !Uoutli Si Tttroat l'tniil(t or offtmlre ntpl4ni4
I oir ( olorp! Rpota or rash on Skin alt rnn-donn of
n i vi.nn t liim on any part of the body. Hair or Fr
'rwi fulling ont Cartwlrt or Iloilt lake
Botanic Blood fialm guaranteed
o nire rvFs f ho wtrkt amt niont deep watcd oar whfr
i iirs iwK'tit mrdtrluM and hot tprloga fail llmls
nakt Mou4 para and licb oomplrtelf chanting ttw
ent.r body Into a clean hilthy condition. B. B It
luu rand tbinwanih of eaM of Blood Folaon evea aftw
.rachtnK the kut lafl.
Old llhoinuutlnni Cumrii Komiiii
arc caiued by an awfal rolrafttd oomfltion of the
Blood. B. B. B. ttopt Rawklnc and Spilling Itchlntr
and Scratehlns Ache and faint; sum nuc. aatMm.
Catarrb; beaU alt MokIm Senlw Eraptkma Watery
Bllatcn foal fnterias Sotm of Xcaemat by plTla
Von bealUiy blood Mpply to nffectcd part.
ItotMMa Btoot IMtn Cnret Ouh of alt Kindt
SnppStaMas StrelllnR. RaUnK Sorct 1 amort gy
L'Iowj. It UIU the Qaacer 1'olMn and heala lb amct
or irorrt efler Jwr'ctly. If yon bare a penttunt
Ilmf VTrl SwelUnti Shooting Stlngtng rutaa
take Blood palm and they wilt dlaappear before they
ttrretop lato Cancer." Stany npparenUy hopeleM sort
of caaoar enrl by taking Uotanls lUood Ualm.
lrtcnctlicr litrirc Ivotllc lti iiflta or tv
JfXtrca 'J'like Jtoti'tilc Jlli! Iliilm iti
llrcctul mi Inbct. Jt t nl iijriirchcn tilt
lltflit iiuntlty In tnUkn. it )nn nr tint
cstrcil thn iMirchiito tirlce ulll ho rciftinijwil
Oomplola illictlon for home core will nv h hntfla
Hnmple r It.II.II. IVce by writing III ml Ratal
Oe Atlanta On. Dctcrlba yonr tronbii ami upccial
tree medical ad Woe alto taut u tcaiad .it -
Air Kipling s lateBt poems show
that the crackling cuss word in rhyme
and rythm still holds Its proud place
by the side of the exclamation point
and tho apoitrojiho.
Tho noxt organization wo may loolt
for Is the Amalgamated Association ot
FVolball Survivors. It should ho fornu
cd In tlmo for a Thanksgiving day col
Landlubbers nbottt tho Georgia farm
Sir Thomas Llpton has purchaseil
neodn'U think ho Is going to raco his.
yaohta on it. Ho will probably plantJ
It out in ton.
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that
Contain Mercury. "
as mercury will surely destroy the
sente of smell and completely derange
whole system when entering It
through the mucous surfaces Such
articles should never be used exc jc
on prescriptions from reputable physi-
cians as the damage the) will uo is
ten fold to the gnod )ou can possibly
derive from thira Hall's Catarrh
85 per cnt Tims MXmliwA by F J Cheney
..aii iv the?- roedo' - con1'" no mer
cury and is taken Internally acting
lr"LlJ uyuu iuo uiuuii axiu iiiuihub
surfaces of the systen. in buying
l-tfili u f1ntrth
Cure be sure you get
It Is ta'en nterually
nnd made n Toledo Ohio. B. T. J
Cheney & Co. Testimonials free.
Sold by druggists price 75o par bottlo
Hall's Fanfllyvi Pills tiro Cho boat.
IS SAM PARKS DEFEATED.
Tho re-election of Mr. Duohnnan as
profltdont of Uto International .tsso-
aiatlon ot Bridge and Structural Iron
Workers is gratifying to tho public
arid pljouhl bj" jyelcQinol by the hotly
of organlzedTTtraOr so far as It may be
a victory -for oonservatlsm and decen-
cy In the matter of the election Sam
I'arks uas defeated but by o small
a margin that It may its questioned
whether his evil influence tins been
tnSTnJ USSJI ll ft V t .jM(A.
. Parka aiiUo be can control thjj.ew
secuitv )Mir4. JJ -union wag in
J dnrted iK'the conveotkm in its Bgfit
t 'U tho emi lojcre of Ntw Ycrk and he
i hu''ena to m 0 s
atlmg a strike on th East Rl.er
brllgf P'esldent Uuc'iaaan declares
h i v ii! bo no sj' 1 strlk) The out-
u.iio SUL dtnv: 3 u what extent
fiiiir $w has been repudiated
i ' if it 4hculd develop that Parke is
till acor'cd Rb Ifder by the New
-' m-rn uts of the Iron workers'
unions and its can continue to call
strikes there no matter wltat the ex-
cmhp bosjui or the International as-
socla'ion says what will President
HHuhunnn do" Us has tried suspend
Ing tl)s uaton with which Paiks is con-
nected and has not been supported In
this course. It is not likely that Park
Will take this as license U oontinu
hln disturbing policy.
Parks Is not defeated so long as he
has a considerable body of followers
who will obey htm blindly He Is not
repudiated until the rank and file of
trjr4pl Ifftflfe&t la J ew York reruse
tt IgUpw him lijtie sWp
t iliss Huldah dfilis Polaware ex-
poattolstress wni pleale-look pleasant
at tho gas man after uls.
Is making special prices
this week on
...the best to be bad
We always keep our stock
"' ' nana J mi in i
Crescent CCXD Grocery
Try a bottlo of Mayflowbt Mlssourl'a
Dost bottled boer Is absolutely pure
has delightful flavor. For sale al
Guthrlt Towel Supply.
Towels and aprons ot all kinds fur-
nished at very reasonable rates. Se
ma before you buy. Walter Hammock
with Guthrie Laundry Oo
I hate a tlfty-foot front lot with
fifty feet of trackage within two blocks
of the postofflce upon which I 'ill
erect a one or two-stor) brick buuuipg
with basement for anyone who wiU
agree to lease the same for a period of
not less than one year
W T WALKER
Cures Coldsi Prevents Pneumonia
ri i n
Your Fall and vlnter Suits Overcoats Boys and Children's Clothlntf in fact
every Ihlnj a man or boy wears at a saving of at least 88per cent on what you
would have to pay at any other store. This is because we are going out of bus-
ness. It will pay you toliuy lipre. You cannot afford to buy elsewhere unless
3'ou want to pay the other fellow more money by 884 per cent for the same or
i T N. jf
NAMS ON EVERY PIECE.'
FOR SALE BY
We Trade at the
They Carry the best goods at
the Lowest Prices.
You Ought to Try Them.
One Night Only.
Wednesday Oct' 14.
Everything new but the title
J JT JL-y 14
306 W. Okla Ave.
Opp. p. o.
A Dazzling Spectacle.
A Superb Urbanization.
25 35 50 and IS cents.
C. R. Benfiro
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 86, Ed. 1, Saturday, October 10, 1903, newspaper, October 10, 1903; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc72175/m1/4/: accessed December 10, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.