The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 91, Ed. 1, Thursday, October 29, 1903 Page: 4 of 8
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BY LESLIE O. yiDTjACK.
yfcMBKH OF TUB A
Ter xtt tX r rarrte
smwcntrripn niTss daily
t carrier .
Per month ay C4rrlr
Per year by carrltf. In advance
Per year by mall la advance
V . H
The Leader l member ot the Awoclatcd
Press and rettlren tbe day telegraph re-
port ot that great news orRanlKatlon for ex-
clnslTe afternoon publication In Guthrie
and 30 miles radius
Mo. & Km. Buatnoss 75; Edtorlal 9.
Ifcric. Valley Business 75; Editorial 69.
THURSDAY (JCTOBER 29. 1S03.
Public oftlco fs n prlvnte grftft.-
RctIscU G O V. Yorslon.
Meanwhile It way not bo out ot
order to inquire ai to tlio status of all
those Raj franchises.
W It Hearst promises to out-13ov-endgo
lloverldge in statehood agita-
tion this fall.
Among tlio Philippine exhibits at
tlio world's fair will be a great pile of
Choolnw-FrlBCO. K Mr rinney wwvts
Guthrio tind Oklahoma business why
doesn't ho complete his road In order
that tho outstanding notes may be
collected. .. .!
Thorp is no use In trying to guesH
Aim s ago W hnve reliable Informs
Hon that she lb on the stage.
The poBtoffleo grafters who toolt no
Jicrcl of the morrow also forgot to
think about day before yesterday.
Japanese have oecupied 1'lng
Much will b forgiven If they
il'ii!i and J .troy Ping Pom;
Col Tope the bicycle king lssuc.1 a
declaration that the horse must ki.
nnd the nt nfternoon Cresceus went
In IV) 3 4
Dorothy DIx tells young ladles to
select their husbands by the color ofe
their eyes. An ovon hotter schomo Is
to consider tuo color of their monoy.
Tho Oklahoma building: at tho
World's fair Is complotod. Thts Is one
of (ho buildings that Jnmofl L. l)lalr
Jloutenants failed to roacli for -tho
In Gu hrl3 the proposition should
ite Keep something doing. Fratern
al societies ait as much Interested In
the town's well holng as tho buslnosB
men These eoclstles should koon tho
ball rolling " J"
Hub n has taken great pains to In
trm tin- worm 'hat It is In fighting1
trim but protests tha 1J1 does not
want to fight but has put ltsflt i
Ilrh'! or r so ft to get what n
IVflT i'1'i'nt flj'iilng tor ll
A nnnn DftAfta tl 1NAI
Senator Asbury C. Latimer oramhfj
Carolina In addressing a good roads
association at Burlington Iowa made
a strong speech In favor of the Im-
provement of tho roads throughout
tho country by moans of government
aid. Hoaldj t
"An effort fs now being made by
some of the most Influential men In
public -life to devlso somo financial
BChome bj which the treasury surplus
now taken from circulation under the
flTilngloy tariff may bo put back Into
circulation. Tho schomo Is to loan
tlitjsmonoy to national banks without
Interest. I am opposed to this and
feel that It would bo far botlor for
the federal government to appropriate
$100000000 of this surplus per annum
for five years for tho purpose of build-
ing good roads. This $600000000 sup
plemented by nn additional $600000.-
000 from the people would In my
Judgment meet all demands necessary
to Improve the roads throughout the
union The result would bo nn In-
creased value of laud throughout tho
United States nnywhere from 10 to
15 per cent on 000000000 acres ot
The senator's plan is certninly.
sweeping and because of its propor-
tions hardly likely to recommend It-
self In Just that way to the "influon-
t' men in puidit lir ' who ara try-
ing to devi-e some scheme for put-
ting the treasury surplus Into circula-
tion .n 1 yet rhll it would scarcely be
practicable t po at the matter In
that large and immediate manner.
ihtTt ni ropio excellent Ideas sug--iisted
by tho -plan. Government Im
iiiovoment of highways will not come
with a rush of millions and effort like
that 'nit we hae little doubt the gov-
ernment will at some timo awaken to
the importance of the question enough
to lencijgroat assistance.
And while for various reasons nny
JprOjoctJolipend that much mnnoy In
that longih of timo upon tho roads
would hardly moot with favor from
Olthor tho pooplo or tho flnanolors at
tho samo time thoro could be no bet-
tor manner In which to put Into cir-
culation a part of tho treasury Bur-
plus than upon highway Improvement
Tho good roads question is ono of
vita' lmportanco not oniy to tho va-
rious s'ntee nnd communities of the
nation but to the country as a. wholo.
While we can scurcoly hope ovon in
this ugo when progress comes with a
riiHb. of accomplishing as much as
Senator Latimer nlshes yet there are
wtlimMi BtiggoHilons In his speech
co a ni'
m Ilmens of Kind In sangn n
VMicnever tho senator g i i
ft Ik ahead be lramedluu-l
nthustnstlr-aiiy and ttnlntiM
Payne county papers continue to
llfllk about Guthrie's Fourth of July
lrnlval Uuthrle long since diamine
d that event us a uon-asses8able funk
id; tho Payno prose will oblige by
Mr Finney of tho Mlgouri. Kaunas
id Toaa. Is at last gottlng oxolted
ffo. Is iucllno to belabor Guthrie. If
Ir FInnoy Is so nnxlous to break Into
lulhrlo with tho itaty. wbv doosn't ha
rocecd Guthrio has tu strings on
lio Kttty To be hui- It wwn's the
load l vu Kaly is trout "uougH to
build Itself vvithuut seeking to hold
JH n small butirh of nnarantors who
itAdc it possible for the Katy to n ach
.a far a- l now U Guilme Is beioni
ns a irtlle lnd pen'ioni now 'I ii
"t Numb an i Wi .ii'in in lieie an I I
I i; 'ini- 'he bumi sh l.tlewls( tin
'"" v . "
The Value of Laughing.
1 iM.dieal Talk )
In t liosiinal for the Instuie was u
i iu i 'it sulleilug fiom melaneholla
Ho nevtr Uughe he neter even
imleil But nil day long he sat or
nlked about will) an unbroken ox
lr s.-loii of gloom The physician in
lurge of tne cam' 'thought at last to
nr) the Influence of laughter upon his
To bring this about he had a blgr
Utart Jovial man come each day and
stand by the patient's door and laugh
a lout doep side shaking laugh a
laugh so Joyous and healthful and in
fectlous that every one around soon
found thomsolvos convulsed with
laugh'or. IS very one but thin patient.
Ho looked blankly at tho laughing
man. not even Biulllug but with the
samo uottloj gloom upon his face the
same Immovable cotintonance
O.ty nfter Uny this wut on- the
laughing man and I he solemn gloomy
melanoliolle patient Finally one day
is he paci'd back and forth through
his room he btopped looked ut the
man outsM.' and uddenl hurst out
lptiiUiIng i lieu hMiking around him
And many other aches to which women
aie peculiarly subject are generally the
result of a diseased condition of the
womanly organism When this dis-
eased condition is cured sideache. back-
ache headache etc are cured also
Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription
establishes regularity dries the drains
which weaken women heals inflamma-
tion and ulceration and cures female
weakness. When these diseases arc cured
the aches they cause are also cured
"I win atop you a lew lines loiloy lo let yoii
know that I am fetling well now." write Miss
Annie Stephens of tlellevltle. Wood Co Vl
Va. I (eel like a new woman I took teternl
bottlcx of ' Farorlte I'rencrlpHon and of the
'Golden Mertital DWcorery I have no head
ache now no backache and no pain In my Mde
nny more No bcAring-down pIn any more 1
think that there t no medicine tike Ifr IMerce'i
I thank vou verv much fnr what mi
June done for me j-our metlicine 1m done me
much good "
The People's Common Sense Medical
Adviser a Ijook containing tooS pages
Is given away. ind 7t one-cent stntups
for expenv of mailing only for the
book in paper covers or 3!tnmps for
the volume oouuil in cloth. Address Ur.
It. V. Pierce Buffalo N. Y
Ily private wire to A. M MeDearmott Com
Co 110 weal Oklahoma .vve up ataira
Is making special prices
this week on
...the best to be .had
"We always keep our slock
"name on EVERY PIECE."
ron SALC DY
306 W. Okla Ave. J
opp. p. o. V
O B I R
One pound package
for 25c. (1 lb pkgs
Chicago III. Oct 29. WHEAT
The wheat pit wits excessively dull to-
day. The trading was solely by pro
fe&Ionals and commission orueri
were a rarity. Cables were Indifferent
andautsido markets participated in
flfo dullness nnd rulod lower. The
nows was not particularly influential.
rflre?t. Louis financial troubles seems
16 btS over and confidence restored In
tho trust companies. Tho demand
from millers and for export is not so
Milium ana uuu ports reports small i
quantities worked and yestordav's
totals woro 45 loads to the United
Kingdom and shipping sales from
here of 160000 bushels. The fall ro-
coipls (it primary points are half n
million tinder a year ago. Tho falling
Off 1C at winter wheat points while
arrivals lie the Northwest are but 100
fears Iftrf'Olttn las seaaon.
COrtN The ma.-ket vn lower and
the tendency throughout the session
was downward. The futures were
without support of cash businoss. The
sharp advance yesterday seems lo
have curtailed the demand and very
little was done today la the way of
shipping sales 13port bids were out
of lino and Inquiry from that quarter
was noVn6Bll urgent. Acceptances
on country bids were moderate.
Bears covered rather freely yester-
day which left the market without
OATS Tha jilt trade In oats wore
light and the 'prices "steady through
ht& early part of the bobsIoii but
turned weak on local sollinz for long
To the little girl selling the
most cocoanut out of a case will
be"tiiven one of the doll houses
shown in our window.
I? Whu i
Drfck Not Defective.
Tho special committee appointed by
. W. Sutton president of tho board of
regents of tho Oklahoma university to
litvostlgato tho quality of brick and
mnerlal now bolng used In tho erec-
tion of the new building at Norman
havo completed their work and sub-
JUH'ed n report to President Sutton.
Hit- commitu.'o finds thai the brick is
not defect Ive. rather iw the report.
It l of h better grade than that re-
quired The report is signed by Kcott
Coom r 3 A Ieighion and Samuel
U i ml i is of the committee
Years fha Standard
ft SI -vw f
3VQS fh 4ia$r ksid tdit ie
Jtfa)iMritos& al tha (&d;
rmcis oAKiNR riw?t.n po.
111 mel 'tu Ivoii i hud in lied t'.i i
the ilom had M.nlHhed an th nun ! Be '"c cf 0'"i'"e"ts for Catarrh that
i tn hi- : ii m I ml 1'ai'. I. i..i ! contain Mercury.
i . i i( ' .s ni ret; will burly destroy the
I mi h a n Mm Klhni ii! ..'i t ' '-'"' """'Ii "d completely derange
. .u and M.iu Moines 1 tub ul i "l wholo i Uem uhon eutenng it
mi tilling i long jn-1 in 1'iroiigh the mucous surfaces Such
ih :'! Ni i mi rpltxliu- i -i 1. I""11'1' aiionia never oe usea exc t
it tuns mm .imii.janees n.- ;i ii "rl rresciiptums fmm reputable physi
i dm sll en n uii 1 nne x g tod Ii u . " ll " ll ""' damage they will Uo U
ism-h Iju.'i that will i-ir up !tn t to the good you can possibly
.ni mtud uiilnat. our body an 1 derive fiom ihem. Hall's Catarrh
oti will be unit i to find in! vour fore manufactured by F. J. Cheney
Monies anil otn iures aie not so ov fu . Toledo O contains no mer-
iiwhelmin tn i .ill Vou will ui I'urj mitl is laken Internally ucting
tealv to ii' t th ui with a lii'jamv tIMwfl) uon tho blood ami mucous
ot -uirit thai v.i!l niiistt; them tiasily Mirfaeos of the t-ysiem In buying
iraitiee laughing Don't let your j Hall's Catarrh Caro be sure you get
iiiotiih i;et so immobile that It is u tho senuiii U Is tfcken Bternally
i i iou.i tak ciiii to smile Keep iijnd mudnt n Toledo Oblo. U F J
ini.tieo goo.i IsHigh will do M I reney & V) Testfcjwtlals free
on i' mhI limn m ilii lite an save om Igold lv dwyBi"!'. pr:ce 75c per bottle
iifi i 'u tii bill j Ilalld t't!lv PilU ara tho best
rite M It. m ! i'os OiMI K see "MlkldV at-the pok Sslur-
sdJliloiiir toiHlnue witli tmaatlo) dayluhtA'rices 85c 35c. 50c and
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tSyrup Pure Fruit
"Faust Blend" and
"Seal Brand" Coffees
S. W. Schmidt
Phone 700. 210 E. Okla. Ave.
A mnrrlago llconse was issued to-
day to Harry A. Keeper aged 32 and
Miss OaiTlo Focbea aged 24 both ot
Never Aok Advise.
Whqn you have n cough or cold
don't ask what Is good for It and get
some modlcine with littlo or no morlt
and porhaps dangerous. Ask for
Foley's Honey and Tar tho greatest
throat nnd luug remedy It cures
coughs and colds quickly: .
Sold by J. N. nllaco.
jBtraiHi tn Uie amount ol$8010 Vr
recorded In tho afflee of Ilegieter of
Deetjs Alabon yesterday
O U3u IS T C3 3TS. Xi
Ural r tate
V HUMPHREY & HILLD V
105 W. Oklahoma Ave
Phone 370 Guthrie O T
Wm 8. Stiles Carter.
J . Vf M Veal Prcs.
A li. Ouckrnm. Vice I'rcslilcnt.
McC.u. -e 3 w MiMealtanil
A L fucltrutn.C H Thonipson.U S.
7iB HII p B j U B i II ? lit)
On tho Stxntev. Fe.
Kansas City to Pueblo. Colorado Springs
and Denver daily beginning June 11
Pullman Observation and drawing-room
sleepers-chair car Library Smoklng-Car
Leave Kansas City in the evening.
Arrive Colorado next forenoon.
Through Sleeper from Guthrie.
Quick Luxurious Convenient Popular.
Another fast Colorado train novv leaves Kantas City oa
the Santa Ke every morning LOW RATU 13XCCU.
SIGNS ALL SUMMER.
Ask for a free Oopy of "A Colorado Sumn
it tollrt all about vaeallen oottngs In Color . i
A V. COHKINS. fion. Agt.. A. T. it. S. V. lty
Oulhrlf O. T.
Bl ? &.
4 Shows Daily 4
Big Bill this week. Estellila. Noted Spanish Dancer.
See the moving pictures.
Barkell & Gabardon Mgrs.
In iMilIco court this morning J. W.
Wilson. Jamos O'Neal and Moornoy
pload guilty to being dnmH and were
loafing will be tolerated.'
ti iwMHnw inw wwys pwgK
0 IN UK IN WW MWjt Mpt BtMStS xjllW WMIWIUWWfflyS
Tho school land board has passed
stringent rules governing tho work of
school land employos. Hereafter all
employee rouet worJt regular and "nojCAPITOL NATIONAL BANK ADOUT
WHY NOT RENT A 8AFETY DC
POSIT BOX IN A MODERN 8TEEU
VAULT AND FEEL THAT YOUR
VALUABLES ARE SECURE? FROM
(1 TO 3 PER YEAR PAYS FOR ONE
ACCORDING TO 8J2E. 8EE THK
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AMERICA'S FINEST WHISKEY
Penna Club Rye
Belle of Lexington
Bought..auil shipped direct out of bond In wood and bottles. Call und see us
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 91, Ed. 1, Thursday, October 29, 1903, newspaper, October 29, 1903; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc72191/m1/4/: accessed December 12, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.