The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 113, Ed. 1, Friday, November 27, 1903 Page: 4 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 27 1903.
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Per monln by carrier . .. 4
Per year by carrier. la ailrance ... . tt M
Per rear by mall. In advance ... I... 4 00
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sire aiierooon puoucauan in uuinnc
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ko & Kas. Business 76; Bdtorlal 69.
jLrlc Valley Business 75; Editorial C9
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 27 1903.
T.if delay fn starting the construe-
lou of Uuihrle's federal building 1b
tow unlv too obvious.
Uuihrio's appropriation as Speaker
Cannon has emphatically declared his
policy to bo tllat of curtailment rather
than of expansion In public building
expenditures; so that all this vexati
ous delay In the construction of the
federal building In Guthrie will avail
nothing inoro than1 to permit Mc-
Gulre to play poanut politics to curry
favor with the Oklahoma City crowd.
I BARBAROUS 8URGICAL
For the 'Cure of Piles.
IN THE PHILIPPINES.
Brigadier General Wood whllo
Iftttftn fl. Tlnthlinno nnil ntfinra nrn n.
Wfinijiftrtg to trpw the kibosh into him
m mc senate committee on military
nrfalrs hag taken his troops over Into
Jolo and sent three hundred natives
Into that section of tho happy hunt-
M grounds where tho Moro complex
ion is fashionable.
Is not only Intensely painful dang-
oroua to life nnd very expensive but
In tho light of modern medicarre-
soaroh. and slnco the discovery of
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ossary. '"If you havo any drjbt 9n this)
poiii Kintuy read the fp.ti.wlng letter
from ono who knows that the claims!
regarding thenerlts of the Pyramid
fPIror$ire Wo Uorno out by facts.
rof a long time I suffered with
blind piles. They gave mo bo much
pain and uneasiness that they almost
dlsqua(lrfloa;7njo for .doing anything.
I -aw -an ad In tho Atlanta Journal
of Pyramid Pile Curo and ordered a
60 cent box. J used thom and tlmv
We do not kndw whether this la
DnrtlOlliurlv calculated to tllnnan thn'iivr. -. -u-r. i.. .
4t " 'Y "'") mm. uncuuragea mo
........ uuu .. "'. i luutuit uinnu 1 uougnt anothor 00 cent box and
two tlioiisnn.l troops by the American they cured me. Oh how clad thai 1
army In the Philippine nrchlpolago.
Tht administration so lovlauly cllncs
to fcJltf pretty fiction that no fltate$)flj
war tfxisis in ino lsianus niat wo-aro
rather at a loss to determine just how
this roport of battlo in which two
thousand armed mon reslstod tho
American flag over got by the official
censor without gottlng edited Into a
Borlq's pffeklrmlshes with ladronea and.
baud.. It la a great question whther
I the powers that bo greatly care to
fSim-f Himtich of the trouble stamped
nut at all if It haB to be done at tho
prlco of revealing that there Is still
active rebellion in progress In the
islandflr Instead of desultory attacks
by a Bpeclos of highwaymen who do
not hnvn thn anntltnunt of nnv ennui. 1.
forablo nurabors of the native popula
tion bohlnd them.
Tho war In the Philippines was of-
flafoily stamped out many many
months ago. Official manifestos to
that offoct hjjvo repeatedly emanated
from Washington. Wo have solJom
Been ono of these statemonU liow-
ovor which was nots folio wed in Uio
courfb of a few weeks by tho roport
of a fight.
Why will not tho government frank
ly admit what ovory ono who thinks
about the subject at all knowd tn im
Mio Standard Oil checked any incl-'true. ThaLa state- of war more oj-
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1 Prcak'ent Mnrroquln wires Germany i
tat t'nele Sam Is "loo blame prompt"
Vankee trolley cars In St. Potors-
vsrg aro now running over the ono-
gged veterans of the Crimean war.
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.1 r ii&zniuiuiuiia iius ..ruunuiy iobi inu i
i.ecessary punch but he Is the
1 1 rand old man" of tho ring novortM-
fhey seem to bo wise In spots but
ken as a rule tborolsi something
ong about the South American bol-
bats or something.
3nthrIo has been gulled so often by
pposcd friendB that the more mat-
of being buncoed out of a $100000
rral building oxcltos scarcely a
rmur J '
'hloves at Ottumwa Iowa broke in-
tho morgue and stole tho cork log.
m a body. If a one-legged ghosq
s not. knock on tho hoads of tho
jvca' beds it must bo becauso tho
dltlous aren't right.
m w iiiiiiiiiiiibiimiiiiiibi ag
am well again!"
"The Pyramids rnrtt ma n-.i t .
satlsneir tgjj vgiUcuro anybody else)
wno is surroring as I was. If inoy will
"You may use this In any way you
see proper if my oxporionco will en-
courage any sufferer to use voiir Pvr.
abilds I shall .bdlglad." H. K. Hlnka
The Pyramid Pile GuroVs sold hv
drugglstB for 60 cents a' package and
its merit is so well known that the
sales exceed thoso of all Blmliar rem-
edlea combined.' ' - '
Write- Pyramid Drug Co.. Marshall.
Mich. for their llttlo'book on tho
causes and cureoCpllos which is sent
iroo for tho asking.
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? Renfro's Is H tr rter DRUGS t
Also School Books and School Supplies. $
Lowney's Fine Candy. ..... $
If you want a good cigar go to Kenfro's. O
Prescriptions a specialty
Renfro Drug Co. 1
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uuumin I.UUNIY ItAUHERS.
Hold Interesting and Instructive
Tho Thanksgiving soSBlon of tho
Logan County Teachers' association
Wimbe held at 'the Central school
building tonight ami tomorrow. A
very interesting and instructive pro
gram has" been arranged. At 8:30
this evonlng President David II. Boyd
of tho Oklahoma university at Nor-
man will deliver an address.
Tha following Is the program for
tho two days:
Evening session 8 p. m.
Piano iSolo Miss Stella Clayton at
Guthrie ally schools.
Jloadlng Prof. Don Honnossev of
it panic among Us stockholders by
Inring a whalo of a dividend and
Ing tho prlco of oil a couplo of
just for good measure. Standard
stock is pretty safe!
jgan county gu.d McGnlro nearly
10 majority; Oklahoma county
his opponent. Cross 500 majorl-
nd yet McQulro dallies with Quth-
most vital Interests In order that
jilght Ingratiate himself with the
iftoma City crowd.
baudy Ilros' successful flying ma-
touched a tree a llttlo too hard
t descent ond wont to plecos like
rned boat Flying machines may
1 right but tho distance up from
round of tho second story double
iws Is high enough for us to falhj
newly arranged time schodulos
Santa Vo Eastern Oklahoma
io Denver Enid and Gulf aro
y to tho advantago of Quthrlo's
interests Under the noyiar
mnt3 the country trade can
to t.io city In tho morning at-i
o their business and shopping
Hum home tho samo evening.
concession In freight rates mauc
io Jobbem by the Ft. Smith and
rn railroad whoroby tho local
; 'a are placed on tho samo foot-
th the Fort Smith trade marks
ginning of this city's advanco-
as Oklahoma's wholesale trade I
Furthermore It Is a magnlft-cruon-itratton
of the reiterated
Hons that tho Fort Smith and
n would prove to ba Guthrlo's
less guorllla'-ln character Htlll exists
in various nartH of tho Hrchlnolnmi?
It would bo do .much easier to put an
ond to It If thoro had- never" beoh any
concealment attempted. Wo have
islands; wo are going to keep ihom;
we are going to stamp out all armed
resistance. Why not face thoso things
frankly and thereby glvo our array
In thoso possessions greater sunpoftT
Kvor since tho government first took
up with the Action that there was no
robolllon thoro tho military arm has
been" HUbordlnatod to a sort of civil
Roromment which In reality depended
for Its oxlstonco only on that snccles
of moral support given by the pros-
enco of an armed force. Conditions
aro without doubt bettor there now
than "they were and aro Improving.
but the fact remains that non-rcoounl.
U of thoireal condition of affairs has
hamiiored tho armv from tiir. n-ar in
jjs (offorts (o root out tho troublo anil
win continue to nampor It. The army
Is. ;ltill the real foran In thn iihflltu
pines'! and if ( were frankly rocoi:-
njieds such -JllngB would be
'sucn a uasis that tho remnants of
.the 'wa: would bo stamped out much
Why not toll 'tho tmth about it and
;haraby got rid of tho trouble moro
Fort.SmIth and Western Places Guth- LKBn 0qMnty hlgh 8C10oL
rf? dft Equality With Ft. Smith. Address-Prosldpnt David R. Hoj'd
... ' of Oklahoma university.
Guthrie Jobbers liavo secured valu-l Voonl So-ilrS' Harry K
ablo eancoMRlnnnr frfim tl.n a .11. I Gllthrle.
and 'WsUJrir railroad In the matter of
ThesQ concessions hmve
been granted as a result of the recont
visit of General Manager Mahoney and
General Freight and PassenAr Aftont
Gibson. ..The ngremeat reached gives
ine jocai jobbers jobbing rates
through to Vie Sralth'and tho rnmmVirt.
ty Tju$ & "tli ondg of the lino havo
beon. illscDntliiued. The concessions
granted by this road are considered
the greatest ever ..secured by tho cltv
handwlir.moan rriuch In placing Guth
rie products to the front.
A large amount 61 business along
he entire Ft. SrrjIthlneMs' sure to
-afelllt. The IOC.nl Inllliorn nrn irrnnttv
. ' O J
oloased over tho result and express
'hemsolves as highly elated over tho
concessions made by 'iho road. Tho
Ft Smith and Westers has already
become a paying proposition and
large shipments aro boing sent out
jver this road ovory day.
Two Forrners deceive Heavy Damages
gainst a Bridge Company.
WHAT IT MEANS.
nnnu'tiiHoment that Delegate Mc-
has tu'roduce 1 bills In congress
riatmg $250000 each to Uulh-
Oklahoma City for federal
gs only confirms the suspicion
In Tho Loader recently. Jo tho
ha the Guthrie federal build-
iroprlatlon was boing delttierr
iggled for an ultorlor purposp
more mere is naraiy a gnost
jw for the Oklahoma City ap-
Lion nor for an Increase In
A smnU bottle of Scott's
Emulsion costing fifty cents
vill last a baby p. month a
'.cv: drops- in its' boltJe eafch
lime it is fed. That's a small
ruitlay for so large areturn of
lieal th and comfort
. Babies that arc given
Scott's Emulsion quickly re-
:pond to;itsKelpful action.
It seems to contain just the
fieinqpit cj ntiFQrishment n
b.1l)v needs most.
Ordinary fud. frequently
'acl'Slliih '..i . Scott'b
"ilinuiiittfti v n
John Caey and Charles Casoy. two
prnters hyhs; on.tha lino of this and
UUngtUftifr cbuntres have recojved
Judirninntfc in thn .flctrint A.- t
or. Kliigflsltpr county tho first named for
$4000 and the latter for ?2.B00 against
the Canton (0hlq) nrldgo company.
The plalntiffli wore injuradfby tho
falling uf iRbrfage eroctod byaiie de-!
fenant cofnpatiy on tho county lino
and the case Is one whoreln the
anoriir or Kingfisher county triod to
bring tho agopt of the bridge company
J. W. Hoover of Kansas City Mo.
back to the territory to answer to tho
L. W. Baxter Guthrie.
Morning session 9.30 a. n.
Round TablePutnam's Physiology.
led by Prof. W. fl. Calvert of Logan
County high school.
Drawing (a) Its correlation In the
primary Miss Ida lPelt principal of
(b) General work In drawing tors.
Lavina Smith Seward.
- -Afternoon Session.
Music. i J
Roll -Call momborti responding by
Roadlng Miss E.hyl Anthony.
A-ldron "How May a Teachar En-
courage Eighth Grade Pupils to Fin
ish lite Course?" Prof. J. H. Boworso.
DIsciiBSlon Prof W. A. McNally of
Goyle; Prof. S. A. Carson of Mdrdian.
Round Table Maxwell and Smith's
English concluded. Prof. J. A. Mc-
Kolvey Ixigan County high school.
Addrossl'IntJUBtrlal and Commor-
clal Education for the Colored Youth."
Prof. G. T. Ohlldnsiw Logatu County
Reading Prof nen Hannes8oyIo-'
gnn County high school.
T ROOKS' THEATRK
The Irving French Company
AN IRISHMAN'S TROUBLES
For 15 25 and 35 cents
Sunday Nov. 29
Those funny fellows Wood and Ward present .heir
jolly jingling farce
I Two Merry Tramps f
New sougs new scenery new choruses new dancts.
20 artists. 20 novelties.
i5 25 35 and 5o
Tuesdaj December 1
Lincnln J. Carter presents the great big overwhelming.
1 Down Mobile
iAnes.t9rof te soutb- See the southern manaion
.j the beautifully weird dismal swamp the great master
$ scenic effort of the century. 4 big specialties 5 big acts.
I .rflces 25 50 75
We offer One Hjindred Dollars re-
ward for any case of Catarrh that can-
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Cheney & Co. Toledo O.
We the undersigned; havo known F.
J. Chonnejr for the last 15 years and
bollevo him perfectly honorable In all
Wednesday December 2. I
1 iVlaharra's Big: Minstrel Carnival I
k Headed by Billy Young and Gordon Collins singing com- $
Jg edians assisted by six comedy jesters and. a competent $
$ lady chorus. l 9
2 Free hand concert in front of theatre at 7:12 p. in.
I Bargain Prices 25 25 35 and 5o
business transactions and financially
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Pl.nr nt nnt .. ... . "WB v" """ "" u" uuiikuuuub mUO
c! n K n W".B th? I We8t & Truax. Wholesale Druggist.
aeddant. The governor of Missouri Vo -.
HS ?0 WuWon of the - Klnnan & WboIe.
r Z UK'a"oraa' fl0'an8 ' sale druggists. Toledo. O.
"r6 Ony-a01 n.lh? "W"" ot ball's Catarrh Cure is taken Intern-
ally acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaoes of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75a p.r
battl. Sold by nil druggists.
Hall's FamJy Pills are tho best.
ales OBtyforjJhe Jirldgo opmpany.
and the court iih the damage suit alBo
o held eliminating Hoover from tho
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orgot the matlnoe at tho
Brooks tomorrow. PrlcQs. ohlldren 10c
bon't forgot tl
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two Merry Tramps" do not
oome alqno but 'will bring 18 other
comedians with them.
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I J. Foucar t Wood Co.
.inu. wi. in. rtticc-L unu oprtnger Ave.
Guthrie Short Line Railway (10c round trip.)
m Cord WOOd delivprprl fo nnv nnrt nf tl lf.. -- en. .
S dry or green cut to any length to suit you split for coolr m
CTAiri rt iinnMn- . --.n t.
bif. vi iivi'wn aiuvc
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Moth Gray'g Sweet Powders for Children.
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ff- iu .... i ..- . ..I Successfully used by Mother Gray.
be enough dry land Jn the republlo-of""188 n tno Children's Home In New
Panama to worry about anyhow. York Curo Fevorishnoss Dad Stom-
i-i 1 : tioh Teething Disorders move and
Ten thousand demons gnawing nt regulato tie 'bowels and Destroy
on.'s vitals' couldn't be much worse Worms. Over .30000 testimonials.
than thn t-rfllWta nf t-ilnfr nllacl Vof Thaw a -.v fnll A all --. - 4Cn
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irving ftrepcjv. wv at tho Brooks there's a cure. Doan's Ointment nov- Sample FREE. Address Allen 8. 01m
theatre tonlgfrt.Prfccg. 15-25.35C or falls. 'ated.! Roy N. Y.
"Two arorr Tramps" will be the
big farco comedy event of our theatri-
cal season. Manager Brooks ha reg-
istered It In his date book an ihB
laughing night of 1003-4.
INDIAN STORE .
Cor. Harrison and Second St.
Indian beads. Indian "nvoHiL-
Pancy tyd work and Indian
puiows. ' call nnd see us.
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