The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 112, Ed. 1, Wednesday, November 25, 1903 Page: 4 of 8
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THtt LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA WEDNE8DAY NOVEMBER 25 1903.
BY LESLIE Q. NlftLAClt.
BUMCIUITiOK nATBS TIAILT
Per week t carrier
Per month by carrier . .
Per year by carrier In advance .J .
Per rear by mall in advance
Three Month .. . .
The Lt-adet l a member o( the Associated
Press and receives the day telegraph re-
port of ibat great news organisation for ex-
clusive afternoon tubllcotlon In Qatbrte
and SO mile radtu.
JKo ft lias Buslnofw 75; EcHorlal 69
lark. Valloy Business 76; Editorial 60.
WEDNESDAY N0V13M0BII 26 1903.
The Hay-Bunau-Varllla trenty Is all
right so long n Uncle Henry Vatter-
on does not Kick the hyphensout of
Hev W. R Notman of Chicago
urgcu tho establishment of tgmpor?
nnco saloons. Wlint's the mattor With
tho modern soda fount?
To o man up a tree It looks an
though Guthrie's federal building ap
propriation Is tiolng luBKlod and trr
Tho familiar proverb "A bird In the
Land beats two in the bush" appUos
ou!te portlnontlw to tho foleral ti.tlUI-
n appr.'iirlatljii. M p k K
It Is rumored that Itlohard Harding
Davis will bo ono of tho contestants
In Him beauty show to bo held In New
York next month. ' f
We nave yet to ascertain what tltlo
to Immortality 13 possoSBOd by this
Mushmou'h Johnson of whom we hoar
William Hoarat is lyioclclng tho
Cuban bill. William 1ms looked so
long that bo can soo trusts whore
other folks can't oven soo why.
It may bo that Mr Bryan wont
Europo to get after tho Ualsor's po'
pus undor the Impression that It was
somo now brand of octopus.
Tho stock exahango will liiveattgnto
tho "exports" wno itivsBtigatod tho
Shipbuilding Trust. But who will In
vostigato tho InvostlKators?
Thoy Jo say that P. Dunau-Varllla
pinchos hlmsolf ovory now and thou
to make sure U Is not all a Jream.
It Ib posslbio that Outhrldjs foiipral
building appropriation is bolng) used
an a catspaw to pull out of tho fire
tho chestnuts of tho town south of
Again ttie announcement is made
that "work Is to begin soon'' on tho
Guthrto gas plant und tho electric
utreet railway. The Lord lovotliu.a
vuuuuui iirumiHur j ff 1 1
Ono of tho .requirements that rail-
3x)ad companies havo to provide for It?
a supply of timbor for cross ties on
-which the rails tiro laid. It Is be-
coming evident that this Biipply with-
in practicable reach will bo oxhausted
in tho not dlm.futifro and to moot
this oontlngpnoy tho Pennsylvania
woman is fool enough to He In such
palpably transparent ways as this.
Tho phrase "Not at home" docolvos
nobody It is no more a lie than it Is
ffrr a business man to say "Ooar Sir"
to a man whom he cordially dotosts.
The probability Is that woman aro no
mote habitual liars than men aro. A
man does not go around the streets
telling all his aoqualntanaes just what
ho thinks of them; neither doo a
votnnn hut inasmuch as her life is
more largely social than his liar re
served opinions are rather more num-erou-.
T!:Sre Is however one Important
difference between the situation of a
woman before the world and that of
a man. and It was defined some years
ago by a popular novelist. It Is this
As a general thing It Is enough for a
man to do right but a woman's ac
tons must not only lie right they
must look right As thci life ot an
ordinary human being Is ordered. It
Is extremely difficult so to conduct
one's self that all one's nctkns shall
be caimble of no misconstruction byi
the moat suspicious person. Hence
it has comq to pass that fidclbly1 by
gflnerhl fconB0tnL excuses woraon jfor
oyaajQiiajf which prevont unnecessary
gossip aboiH tholr affairs. These
ovaslons may be untruthful but thoy
are mado almost nocossary In somo
' CONGRESSMAN LIVINGSTON"
Says Pe-ru-na Is a -Splendid Ca
COLONEL L. 1. LIVINGSTON.
Colonel L. 1. Livingston Member ol
the Industrial Commission and tho lead
Inj Dontocratlo member of the Com
mltteo on Appropriations In tho ilouea
at llepreeontatlvos whoso homo is ai
Atlanta Oa writes :
Is Headq darters
Also School Books and School Supplies.
Lowney's Fine Candy.
If you waut a good cigar go to Renfro's.
Prescriptions a specialty.
200 west Oklahoma Ave Opposite Postoffice.
He was in the court house at Marshall
MRS. WYATT BROUGHT BACK.
Sheriff Carponter returned today
from I'eiry with Mrs. Kato Wyatt
who has boon hold In custody In tho
Noblo county Jail becauso of a lack
of accommodations for famalo pris-
oners at the local jail. Mrs. Wyatt' Is
brought hack to answer o Indictments
on the charso of harboring criminate
a vory serious offense undor tho Okla-
" take Pleasure III lOlnlnsr WUB In whern In tho nroaenon nf ! Wrire
Oencml Wheeler Congressman ...' . .
vtrrttnmnnrilna I ""' v.v. ..rf .e..v B..u ...VUH.
was presented tq the doctor and Mrs.
Gully as a token of ostoem by those
Brewer and others In recommending
Pcrtinn as an. excellent tonic and
a catarrh euro." Col. L. I. Livingston.
All phases of catarrh acuta or chronic
uo promptly and permanently cured.
It is through Its operation upon tho ner-
vous system that l'cruna has attained
inch a worldw'ld6'reputation as n bum
and rollablo remedy for all phases ol
catarrh wherever located.
Mr. Jas. O Morin 1179 Ontario street
Montreal Canada writes:
" Peruna is certainly a groat catarrh
remedy. It cured mo of oatarrh of thai
head audi gladly indorse it. Canadian!
who wfero largely benefitted during
their 5 yeans stay In thut county.
This maJal waB given to them on
their departure from their old home.
One" state senator ono roprosontatlvo
in the legislature and n nobis Chris-
tian preaaher acting as a committee
for tho donors who numbered a thou-
sand or raoro. Mr. Hodgo will toll you
that a large number of these people
ho Is acquainted wl'h still use Dr.
are peculiarly afflicted with thiB dlseasjGulIey's remedies and that hta work In
liiomo statutes and to being ap .gc- fuu statomont ot your caso and ho -wil"
compiicQ to mo miruorer ana uiga
mist Montgomory In tho lattor's dos-
porato jail break in that sho furnish-
ed thu lattor tho plBtol with wlilo'
Jailor Kmmorson was shot down nnd
killed when Montgomory mado his
dosporato break for llborty. It is al
legod that Mrs. Wyatt wbb in lovo
with Montgomery and had plannedno
marry him In tho ovont that ho suc-
ceeded In oscapo.
and for years tho doctors have tried to
ovorcomeit -with elixirs powders and
plus but Porun a has solved tho quosttoo
and since tho mcdlclno has boon estab-
lished hero hundreds of peoplo hav
beou. cured of catarrh." Jas. O. Morln.
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from tho uso of Peruna
write at onco to Br. Hartman giving I
bo pleased to glvo you his valuable ad
Address Dr. llnrtmnn Presldont cl
'Xhi?llartmuu Sanitarium. Columbus. O
As"k your druggls. for a froo Peruna
Almanac for 1904.
THE TWENTIETH CENTURY
Wo Qtfor Ono Hundrod Dollars ro-
ward for any caso ot Catarrh that can-
not bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Curel
F. J. Cheney &. Co. Toledo O.
Wo tho undersigned have known F.
J. Chonnoy tor tho lost 15 years nnd
behove him porfeatly honorable In all
busfnosB transactions add financially
ablo to carry out any obligations mode
Iuythoir firm. lO
West & Truax Wholosalo Druggists
Waldlnp. Klnnar? & Marvin Whole-
sale druggists Tolodo O.
' Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Intern?
Blesh Prefers Charges. Against. Dr.
Gully Before the Territorial
Board of Health.
Will Make an Attempt to Have Dr.
Gully's License Revoked to Prac-
tice MedlcirieV tThe Chief'
Accusation Is Advertising
Which' Is Uripro?essforiaH
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Ccnduct. .The People
With Dr. Gutley.
DrJ Blesh has preferred chargoa
agalrist Dr. Gulloy wants tho board pf
health to rovpke Dr. Gulloy's Tlcenso
to "pfactlco moilclno in Oklahoma In
hhf Volition fto uIIokos that Dr. Gul-
ally acting directly upon tho bloodji tonslvely ndvortlsos to do things
and mucous trtirfacds of the avStOmtiitnt hn cannot do whlrh nro nnnm.
Testimonials sent free. PrIco'7Sc per fe8B0ntJi '
bottle. Sold by all druggists. ni nnnnro'nf nnhri inv n.i.tio.
- - --r- . . ib a. avj ntiiuaej.wa uuliiiiu jiui u iiuuiidu
. . . T . ...
uu a larKoinuniDor ot sworn tosiimon-
lals and tho Capital has printed one
of the most remarkable circulars wo
ever saw published. r la Justice U Dr.
Gulloy we wIirBaynotjn onejystnugo
jolthor in hlsIrcular pr thonapers has
no over maae a promise to euro any
Hall's Famly Pills aro tho bos'tljt
Continue to Grow In Interest
Clark county Illinois and vicinity Is
still spoken of as one- of the marvels
In the practlco of medicine. No mal-
practice suits or maimed 'or crippled
people or anything of a dishonest
nature Avae ever brought against Dr.
Gtllley In his former home. Col. Wm.
Larimer of .Wost Torre Haute a
woalthy mlno owner callod on Dr
Gulloy last month and In behalf of
the doctor's frlpnds in Illinois propos-
ed to charter a car nnd take his fam-
ily back to their old homo freo of cost.
Tho Only crlmo Dr. Gulloy is chargod
with In Illinois or Oklahoma has boon
mado only by the allopathic school or
medical trust for allowing his patients
to say ovqr their signatures that Dr.
Gulley'had curod them when tho regu-
lar BfShOdl with knife and poison had
fallojl on'irely for years. Wo only
have this to say: Br. Gulloy has been
sulltyiof no wrong. He has a perfect
right by permission of his patrons to
publish their testimonials. The peo-
ple of Oklahoma wll not allow an In-
quisition in Uils twentieth contury;
that tjme has passed and bolongs to
itn ogjj ol threo hundred years ago.
Dr. Oulley will nover ho barred out of
Oklahoma as long as ho pursuos tho
straightforward honorable courso ho
has In tho past.
Tho doctor h?s a first class up-to-dato
natural cure sanitarium whoro
uealttCJintL happfnoss are regalnod by
all who onter thoro. He runs no but-
cher bliop or morgue no malmoJ or
cripples turned out of his placo of
Tho Twentieth Century
T ROOKS' THEATRE
Thursday November 26
The Iving French Company
In a selection of this vear's great comedy sucees
A Runaway Wife
15 25 and 35 cents
Sunday Nov. 29
2 Those funny fellows Wood and "Ward present their
jolly jingling farce
I Two Wlettv Tramos
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rww bunys new suenury new (juuruhub new uunces.
20 artists. 20 novelties.
i5 25 35 and 5o
Tuesdaj December 1
Lincnln J. Carter presents the great big overwhelming
A true story of the south. See the southern mansion
S the beautifully weird dismal swamp the great master
S scenic effort of the century. 4 big specialties 5 big acts.
Prices 25 50 75
Wednesday December 2.
! Maharra's Big Minstrel Carnival
Turkish Bath jinjj Sanitarium oposlto
th pdatofflco lis tho pflJo of Guthrlo.
Hundreda ot our citizens boar vitnoss
and nil are proud of this institution. '
Dr. Gulloy has tho good will of all
the ntrwspaportf of Guthrie and tho
peoplo) rccnorally and Jong Hvo the
Th A nmh. of .mi iTwentietlj century
Intorost In the union revival moot
Ings at the tabernaple continues to als wero from his. Datlonts.
grow. Tho building was filled at both ti10m sav hemBolvfewliat. ttfa tat
Itallroad company baa ontered 4ipon8ervlCM yealorday. The meetings aro mant najj jong for yij'wliffo others
the unslortaklng of 'growing Its own Browing In holpfulness avory .day.f tho rear scnoSf of medicine
timbor to bo ttsad for cutting tios. The Mr wore a largo nUmWor of con (wno havo dared to break the codo of
liest Uo timbor aB shown by railroad versions and oonfosslons last evening. rneJlcal othfeg and odvortlso) do nd
experience. Is tlte rod Oak ot the Mill- Tht subject of tho nddress this ovon-j vortlso cAirqmany hiqurable all-
tfto stutos; but tho oak Is of slow " wm u "ress Jteromv inore ment8. In justice to Dr. Oulley wq
.. 1 .n . .... ..... will lin llnlnn Tlinnlvai.lvlnfv cnultua I ... . ' ... .... . . .. .
Kruwin una win wii buain Buiinuiu
slzo under flf oon to twenty years.
Meanwhile experiments have been
made with other kinds of Urqhar the
most successful of which la said to be
the euoslyptiu which grows quickly
and ilovcIopttjs&r-sofL tough lUirwl trunk
that makes n fairly bervloguble rail-
road tie which i hough much shorter
lived than tho oak nngwOfnnoodT
purpose while It lasjs.
A Vt&n T !. iij? -'-t-.-.l-l'
"w " "" -o - -wm asKj tie ynpraiuaioou punim to pfvjfs'TaklJWiSK"v
at tho tabernacle tomorrow morning. nV8BtlcaeiMa work. h' d'-ctQr has 6lub. said tolfByf ioM tomom-t
Tho Kov. Oliver will preach. The uub-offerod a raward' of GOo (the monev bors of tho Guthrie CommTfcTalMfe
jeot 01 me nuuross last evening was t rtAV . n mminr t u . mihiiHho.1
-HowShall Wo nsonpe If Wo Neglect r fa 0f meJ0ne (or hbafa ot do notJ ffo
health) who will show lust ono half The names of some forty mora
All Who Paid Up Have Not Yet Been
1 ; Placed )n List.
.r TTrrwlflrl lixr Tlill "Vnnnrr nrifl rnrrlfi fnlllnu antrrsr r-on
V - "J J ..(; .. V.VV.. WW........ .Wb...N ... T.T
edians assisted by six comedy jesters and a competent K
v muy cnurus.
4 Free band concert in front of theatre at 7:12 p. m
I Bargain Prices 25 25 z5 and 5o I:
f- . . 1 ... Lr'T ...77.i ! -1
- s s.
to full momberat
ARE WOMEN UIAR3T.
Ouo ot tho fomlplpo itfmtujlal' writ-
ers ot tho saffron press Hscwsos tho
question whether women rff ltars as
stated by Borne mlsogyftjst'Vor other.
Apparently going onthqtilblleal plan
of answering- a rbol abcordlng to his
folly sho replies rtat they aro liars
aad goes on to glyojjrlot of uttorly.
silly reasons why hli Is -sq. -ah
abuses the custom of saying "Not ut
liomo" when literal absonoo Is not
aeaht and says 'that women will'
speak ot their maids and butlers when j
thoy keep but one servant and effus
Irely flatter people whom they really'
dislike Bhe eaya that when tholr in
noccnt children hoar all this -U i$ a.
training lu falsehood
n oubtedly It would bo if tho ch.i
lren aw anything of tho kind bu as
matter pf fat only the exceptional
so Ureal a Salvation?
" I the record he has made. He says tho who havo paid their Initiation
The terrl'orlal offices will lie closed ret jf j8 marvolous success Is "be incluJluB one member of the dbcfigr
tomorrow. uiira vn iln nn hnrm If nn crnnl " Ti Inrv .lllllffB Tiala. Wore Omlttod from
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give the1 public an idea of his success th" last publlsado lsL Numerous
In the healing art In Oklahoma the parties who ore members havo-spolon
doctor came to Guthrie two years ago to me nbout the omission of their
without frlon J and without money pames from the publish? Jist. in $e
a stranifer in a strange land. Ho only 1Q3 er Tho plqb will glvo ouk a
had histlgootl name and the .finest of corroctorfJIst of tha progent member-
j .hjp ffftnq'chiQ laaifqvlays. ando
peoplou niay.so.Eiv.e.tneAMomes 01 mo inreo v
wol orLfoiifi porsons' who havo ref usedkto . A
p'e pay thfllr Inltlatlorf fee-biter agreeing
Children that grow too fast JteajiuQtiiaLs.d.piQnty publish.' iia
ana inose mat seem naraiy riooks show -more than .l.ioo
to grow at 'all both need whohsM been his patron an1
Seott't Fmulslon have talkei too'number of iheso'
Tf mvm fVo VU ?fnl U0t hvo bwri1 nothing but praise in writes o o so. will add hat
r . . I . for fffBWoitouJrho. Guthrlo National on roVembor 3Q J903-the timoCjrj
'nourishment Which IS the j)ahk h& collected notes up Ipto iho'rcqelnt;pharternifmbora vill Mplro. $
secret of all healthy growth thoufanjls of dollar. They will 4eSllan4 qow member will be required o ft
It rounds OUt the long limbs you thal thoro U-lesa dJssaUafactlpnjpay ai additional fee. Tho dlrecjoraj
and helDS children to crow j-"K 3ll patronsa who . pay tboso ard meeting almost ally to consider-
uirhmir ncincr nn nil thfir "ulwn "" '""" " muci imo -mini' prupvnuJY" u ww m" v.. -y ;. a
wunouj using lip an ineir collected hy them. Not oneMn tho city and nvo.oipoct to miko' &&8&S&&&&V&Q&a8Q&Q8&Z&&
Strengtn in growing. jjn lwonty but vhatia glal Ui pay Dr.'sqmeJinpoVtanr annpuncemonts Jn
Mothers OUght tO know Gulb. their benefactor. The doctorf fflw days. t? j
more about the wonderful has never been guilty of a wrongful) " ' '" " '
help which Scott's EmulSJOII act ln Rny way or manner In the two ' Ten thousand demons gnawing at
would give their children. ar" J? a 8lded In Gulbre Ur ""'' yii couan;t !wus!t w
0 W B. Hodge the receiver a the land than tho tortures of tchlng piles Ye'
w'UMalmitttltnHiaNwt. office has known the doctqr for sever- there's a cure. Dotiu'a Ointment nov-
scojr 0WNKor4isuN4vt a lyears before coming to Oklahoma er falls.
We will give to the
first person making
us the correct solution
of the S. S. Puzzle:
FIRST: A handsome
3-piece carving set
To any girl under 12 p
$3.00 in cash. 1
I To any boy under 12 $3 in cash.
All letters should be jmailed to Puzzle
Clerk carq S'penqer Hardware Co.
All answers will be numbered as received and opened De-
cember 20 1903. Ca.ll at our store for the cards and armiic
; yourself for one cvcaing.-.-THREE WINNERS.
P nni jhw m Am a IJr m. La m . . U i-C 1 . aJL
Genuine Round Ok Stoves.
....SPENCER HARDWARE COMPANY...
Make nine plecci
and tit them to-
gether to 'they
II nine pieces.
Synodieal ICollege f
TUircletUycrop;nBi)tetnler CourkenutreredteaainKHf two dricreei. Vaexeelied
t.urarjr socUt fccJtnce nunci art aod elocution Oeprtment faculty etpeciailr
chcen Ut po.slble environment Balldlpjct Modern. Kales coatUtent wlUt 6
Vintage offered far citiloguc and fulther laformatlon addres
jKKV i. A bffcNCKK ire Fultpn M
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