The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 113, Ed. 1, Saturday, December 3, 1904 Page: 4 of 8
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THE LCADEH GUTHRIE OKLA. SATURDAY DECEMBER 3 1W4.
EV LESLIE O. NIULaCK.
gOBimifTI-n KATES DAltt
Per eekbr cartur . 10
Per month by carrier . . .
Per er fev iTier in advance .
Per TrbT matl in ailrance ... .
Dae rear.. ..
The Lt irter l a member of the Awociated
lriS and rnrlvti the dav telegraph re-
port of that great new organisation for ex
elusive afternoon .publication in (Jnthrte
in4 30 mile radian
Mo. & Kas.. Buslnoss. 7$; Editorial 69.
Hrk Valley Business. 76; Edltor'al CO
SATURDAY DECEMBER 3. 1904.
Wh nv redtatrlct Outlirle now?
St 1-ouls will now sharpen 1km pen-
cil and see brv naicU It cufct Iter
The cool man is having; his turn now
at the rate of ff.lv to $8.00 per.
rite poll boohs of the West Second
ward have Hone lo Join' Pat Crowe.
A statehood enabling act will be
jmssed before Christmas or not at oi.
Maryland n electoral voto Is divided
but it doesn't leave tho matter in
Mrs C'naOwIek of Cleveland ill be
Retting herself dramatised ff she Isn't
Sister Chndwldt Is Informed that
meal tickets can not ho purchased
Mils year 8 peanut orop will amount
to -1.000000 bushels notwithstanding
n. H. Hill's rotlrotnont
Oovornor Ponbody of Colorado hns
alnioat becofne convinced that ihe peo-
ple have dtctded ln his case. too.
Caesar had a llttjo Nan. who fleeced
llm to a cjnlt And when he tried to
uhake his pet upon his rramo she lit.
Padcrowskl Is planning to mako an-
other tour of this country. Evidently
lie has faith in Republican prosperity.
If you should hoar something hit tho
earth with a dull thud don't got
scared; Port Arthur Is about1 to full
Tho Baltic fleet Is nuw supposed to
be Bomewhorti ln tho Rod sea. with
Port Arthur still olght or ten thou-
sand mile? away.
Goernor-oloet HIrkIus of Now York
announces that ho woars no man's tag.
It ho keeps on thinking so some promi-
nent men m New York will get to won-
deriri.t before long why they nomlnat-
il Hlgglns anyway. .
ot unwholesome food made witn an
alum Baking powde?
It is worth your while to inquire.
A MERITED REEUKE.
'$wt ra'Htl Woody shirt publication
the St Lout Globe Democrat at-
tempts to rub It In on (he South uo.ng
tlf late election re'urns as a text. It
"The nrpsidfi' Is said to be nnde-r-UI"rt
a to whr.her lie will have a
southern n'un In h!s reorpanlyed cab-
lne or not Hniipily this Is a matter
which can be deferred for a while. The
prealuent owe ro favors to the south.'
except that southern anlhllty and the J
assault" of ii'iihrn men on his har
HiiiT ri'ltt'ii nil imiiiiinin ui UH'inii'MM
.l..i .... t. ....!... I K...Ai.l .
of vnto fo '.mi. In the north and -
. He v -r li have had an Immenao
rnalor'iv. however even if the onth!'
had ailed differently. Ta any
(it-t(in of ihe selection of a cabinet
officer from Dlxtetund is ntt very
' It Is al;l to be 1:1c tntrtitloii of the
president to make a lour Hi rough the
Atlantic sea' oar J states cf the south
In a few weeks. According to
pi'igram he is to make n speech Or
two in Ceorgia and elsewhere. In
one of those addresses he Is it is said
to ninke 111 ixialdnn nn ihe rai-p iMtio
known to the smith. 'I here ! Lot any !
veiv pr.stng need for the president
to do anything of the kind The oouthj
rupit' to Know nil position on mu
cpiestlon by this time. The rest of
.he country knows It. Just what the
rent ii"-th unl wot think or the
president"? views on the rm:o Issuo
can be learne 1 by a ?lunco at the elec-
tion returns of Tuesday N'ovember 3."
Roplvlnx l tills ill-timed sectional
attnek the Atlantic Constitution nd-
mlnlstora tho following dignified re-
"The Glol o Democrat which Is wont
to have bc much to say In condemna
Hon of soiithirn 'bourtonlan.' BVOi Permit. The b.dge felt much as our
tho nwl unhappy exhibition of th1 crUnm 'f -' Jl"'e3 faIt wl?on
same quality on tho other side of the
political fence that It has been our
mlflfoitune to rend In a roprosontatlve
American newspaper since tho oloo-
tlon. it wai net thut fiplrlt that c.ar-
iled MIiBouri for Rouuovelt nor do
wo believe It gavo tho president a
Blngle electoral on.
"Tho American people nro '.ck and
tired of sectional spleen and nectlono.1
narrowness. If nuy existed aa an ap-
preciable factor In the late campaign
either north or south It did not crop
out in the ropresentatUe press. The
'blootiy shirt ' so far as the old war
iBsum ure concerned U as much dtmt
as Julius Caesar and actional preju-
dice perished with It. Tho 'polldlty'
of he s'.u'h hns no connection what
ever with lha bloody shirt. It rofes.
solely to an Internal politico-social
problem which In all reason nnd Jus
tico to the southern state ought not
to be confounded with sectionalism.
''An editorial like tho one repro-
duced from tho Ololie Democrat
sounds like the midnight prowling of
a ghoul In nn indent turlal vault
7 ' vhlrWf
KTr:ft "" sfliHsKl
It disturbs nothing but the bats and
I he cobwel a." I
CRIMES AMD PUNISHMENTS.
When o:e rrn-: Ihe storv of a man
who after pleading; guilty t.i rrati-
slmiehter Is sentenced to six month
:niprion'neit at.d of ar other wh
after nlP3l.nF r.nlltr to me 'rieit c
5'' e.iin U sentenced to three years'
iwnal sfrMtt.de. he find thought 1-t
that mic'i a pair if .-.mtences as that
could 'iilv b pi' "'Mr in a barbarous
and whir inju-Mc' pimI malice mat-
(i'ierade.1 ta ius'lce and rtgbi. X-
"8l m ' In Just su. n mo..
e ln "' -rimlriil cotirU of
- "n"n "" av B coU"le c' '
8K- And r flat is more uiejr etnimtu
'a 'il-irrirrina'ing and inr.eiiift-nt ao-
mlnls'ration of hisihe fr In advance
of the coi-rts of our forefather am!
'in af'vaiT". Inde1 of most of il.
courts of tc dav.
1 The tnurrW r. fitnstion was ommlt
p'' 'n a 1 "' "Osslon by a man of ey
cellent reontatltie who ha I aime!
rathe- t.i f'Hhlen :han to injure tin-
woman whoso life he took. The Judg
felt that ihe crime had brought Its
fcWn l''l"nni. and tint the orim-
nnl wou.d he a better rather than a
worse 1-iorr'iw of .'ocbdy In the future
becau.W "f the awful lesson he had
The theft wns lomtritted by nn nble-
botlled man who nade his lining by
'lihort ciinngliic" shop lrls. Ho had
lieen a swln not nn I th'ef from his boy-
hood find repeated ipntencen. incluil-
ng n prevJoii" ine to three yeai'
hard lat-or had net caused him to re-
form. He was mrfhlfestly a I eaat of
prey and a r.ircian'ent menace to so-
ciety. He -vas nut out of hnrin's way
far as long a term as the law would
apjr "r"" u B"".l " lu fc"
jteuna hubttuil "holdup" man to life
terms in lrlhon.
The modern world Is lenrning that
it has to deal with such n thing as
professional crime which trust bo
punished ln a manner different from
other kind? of crime. Its knowlcdgo
Is tho refuiit of a i syohologieal de-
velopment an Increased insight Into
human conduct. Future irlmlnal
codes aro'bnr.n.' m hnw tho effects
anil it is perhaps not rash to say that
howovor fourlshinsj crime as a trade
.'s today the tlnio will como when so-
ciety wil no more tulerato It iluin It
wouh' cnniballam or the burning
T'urnacee of Panl.
President Roosevelt thinks of tak.
ing a trip through the South Just for
the pni'iioao of finding out whether i'
is as solid ao It Is qracked up to bo.
The New York Woiid says on hon-
est man can live comfortably In that
town on an Jncoino of $100000 a year.
Save your ponilon and go vto New1
Today Guthrio should be the largest
cotton marher In the territory will
somo one advance it reason why
Guthrio shv.ild not resume hor cotton
.According to the goosehone exports
this U to be a cold winter. Well even
1ft they are right they can't do any-
thing now to keep It from getting
Dewey declines to bo a member of
the tribunal that v.lllljecldo the North
sea caso. Evidently "Cousin George"
Is not at present inclined to go out
hunting for trouuio. '
If "Uncle Joe-' has been decorated
with tho crosa of the Legion of Honor J "ow slnco tho Klly went "while" In-
It will bo Just llko him to eniphnoUo stftd "colored. ' And wo'H all tako
his homely Independence by wtariog
it on his watch chain.
And now an Oklahoma man wlshea
to marry Nan Patterfon Someine
sneuiu uurouucB uw amorous guy tpj
.. . . i
nit- uw Miiei. iwa uH'iw cuiiki iw.afi wnn no Ihn .hllfl hannmaa hiurM
arranged for with less fusa.
'Ihe Oklhina Ctt7 "contingent of
lobbyists' has gone to Washington.
But Ah Si I Clarke la In the bunch.
Wuh ClarUe In the party Oklahoma
Ciiy can uot do iood or evil.
In a speech 1 1 his diet the emperor
ot Japan said he expected at the t-ud
of the war to be victorious oxer tho
Russians. .Alexleff will regard this njiv
a.iother piece of rank infoleme .
Preparatlnnn are being inade.foi a
renewal of the. fight on Reed Smoot
when oongrew oihjiie. It will be un
fortunate If the Nan Patterson eos4
can't be dlBpiwwxl of before that ttjsie.
It appearsthatthocanr vmB golni;
to be real liberal to tho Russian pea-
pie when the zeuistvoe foolishly ran
in and made him so rnaa that he can't
grant any concessions now without in--uniiij
hiuiselt It waa ery vnman-
ihtIv of the xemwtvoa
tolUHiius of sympathy have been
wasted on the unhappy lot of Ooai
Iiil Krupe'. who recently died In ex-
ile leaving an estate of only $-t0
Ode. Vhy didn't the old irentleman
come U Oklahoma' He could have
'Olf JAMKS M. MORGAN 17R5
Twentieth Street Washington D.
0. Kx-Licutonant V. B. Navy Kx-
Xlcntenant Confederate Navy and Ex-
Consul General to Australia writes:
Pcruna Medicine Co. Columbus
Gentlemen : "The use of your
fLwitferalnLiJniirv b"' '
AtsMKniW ". Pe-i'it-na
I. - UU. VATL!inli"J"i.' i
HOlt JAMKS M. MORGAN 17R5 I)Zf V I
Twentieth Street. AVashlncton. D. V"" " -V I
Perunn op a remedy or cure for
catarrh by many of my friends who have been
benefited by the same as well as my own ex-
perience as to its efficacy and good tonic prop-
ertles causes me to recommend It to all persons
and you .-e at liberty to use this
If It will give any force to same."'
comfortably hero on that
(Pawnee Courier DIspathc.)
A lot of administration organs re-
ferring to tho election of V. L. Doug-
los3 In Mastnnb'iaetts pay that 'It
pays to advertise." Of course It does
And It also pav? to stand for prlncl-
pics and honestly advocato them
Builds un muscular flesh healthv
Rich red blood clears the
stomach ..kldoys and liver. Tbat't
what Holllste-'a; Rocky Mountain .Tea
will do ? cnts. Tea or Tabieta. Ask
WILL RIDE WITH US.
Guthrie is to have a street lallroad
Not a minute should be lost when a
child shows symptoms of oroup.
chamberlain's Cough Remedy given
lor even after the croupy cough si-
pears will prevent the attnek. It
noaer fsbs and la pleasant and safe
to take For gale by J N. Wallace.
Renfros Drug Store
You will And tlie only pure and up-to-date CHOCOLATE CANDY and that is
and we have just received a fresh lot of these
the finest in the Land.
We cruarantpp pvery box of candy we sell if rot OK we will return you your money.
We a-e the up-to-date Druggist in every
thing Drujjs Druggist
Books and Stationary.
ExLicntenant U iri t e d
States Navy and Ex-
ate Navy tTses and Rec-
Is a Safeguard
4 A. Xl "Til T
Aiiiusi wio ins inci-
dent to Incloment
endorsement and my photograph
James M. Morgan.
HEADLEY DENIES IT.
Hero Is a sample of tho kind of Hob
Bob Noff Is telllnr about the odltor ot
i his groat family Jnuniar: Lew Head-
ley of the Joncii Courier ln Hpoaklng
of a cortnln Irate female In that city.
wrote It. "Her bosom was filled with
rage" but the fool ccmpo3ltor got it
"rags" and now the old mnn Hcadley
is hiding out lu the bushes on tho
cast Ide of the liver feeding on per-
almmnns while a peace commission
s trying to patch up a true that will
enable him to return to town '
J. B. FAIRFIELD
Goods Perched Stored and 'Shipped to Order-
Pnone 20. Office and Yards 407-409 W. K rison
Opposite P. O.
Catarrh of the Head Which Affected
Hearing Cured by Pc-ru-na.
Mr. J. Krnlle Tattguay No. 3.12 John
St. Queltec is Secretary ot tho Jnccmes
Curling Club of Quebec ono of the lead-
ing sporting clubs ln the city. 1 U mem-
bers are composed of young men of tho
best families. Jle writes:
"J.ast winter I caught a evore cold
Which developed into a severe rnno of
catarrh of the head afffctlng my hear-
ing especially. My eyes ran my r.vb-
tem seemed to bo gnprnlly clogged up.
I was advised by a club friend to try IV-
rtinn and did to at once. To my delight
I found a rhange set In for the better
within three dayn and in eight days I
was entirely well."J. Kmile Tanguay.
Mr. Adolph koehlcr. President of tho
North Side TurnprHelmft writes from
Clark at?d LeUnrt Ave. rhieago 111. i
"It is with pleamiro that I cndoQ
Peruna as a flrst-clajs ;netlielne espeei-
ally for catarrhal affections of the throat
and lungs. I hnvo tmed It with much
benefit and sevoral of my friends hav
been cured of catarrh entirely where
Peruna Was used." Adolph Koehler.
"Nothing Better Than Pc-ru-na for
Catarrhal Troubles" Says Con-
gressman C. P. Dorr.
C. P. Dorr Hotel Johnson Washing-
ton I). C Kx-Congrensman from AYeit
"I enu cheerfully recommend Peruna
to anyone who wants a safe nnd perma-
nent euro for catarrh. For throat lung
and catarrhal trouhlo thoro 1 nothing;
better than Peruna." C. P. Dorr.
Colds Lead to Chronic Catarrh.
A common cold Is aeuto catarrh whicb
quickly becoinee chronlo catarrh if al-
lowed to remain.
Kvory cold snap leaves in its 'rail
thounnndsof onmwof catarrh many of
whom for want of an ofleetlvo remedy
will Buffer from thin disease the rcstot
Is there anything thr.tcan be done ta
prevent all this 1
In the first plnce Feiina nised at .
proper time will prevent taking cold.
In the second place Peruna will euro a
cold In from two to flv days.
Again Pcruna will cure catarrh quick-
ly in tho first stages and finally Peruna
will alpo cure chronic catarrh if used
properly and persistently.
Peruna kept In the house and prop-
erly used will therefore not only act as
a safeguard against the ailments which
result from sudden cold waves but
will also prove a sure remedy lor this
class of ailments.
It you do not dorlve prompt and satis-
factory results from the ue of Peruna
write at once to Dr. Ilartman giving
full statement of your case and he wilt
be pleased to give you his valuable ad-
Poruna can bo purchased at any first
fxlts drug store for $1.00 per bottlo.
Address Dr. Harlmun President of
The Ilartman Sanitarium Columbus O.
Dlstrht Clerks' Fees.
(Corb Sarcbet In tho Oklahoman.)
Porharo on s of the most popular
propositions for tne leglslnturo to pass
upon Is 'he plan to curtail tho feo ot
district eiurt clerks and this is receiv-
ing favor In ail parts of tho territory
Under the prescut systom these offices
are proving to be tho moat princely
and remunerative in tho entire ter-
ritory exceeding by far tho best fed-
eral and territorial positions. In some
Instances thoBO offices pay an annual
salary of $10000 to $1(5000.
The Wc.i Side Coal Yard Is the best
placo tc leave your order for coal and
wood. Give me a trial order. T. D.
Marshall Phone 375. Terms cash.
C. R. RENFRO
200 W. Oklahoma Avee.
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