The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 116, Ed. 1, Wednesday, December 7, 1904 Page: 2 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLA.. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 7. 1904.
STARVED TO DEATH.
Our text today Is the story of th
miser vim (ancht his as to Ht on
rtraw if winch h pae Mm a smaller
portion t w v 'lav
Just a the miser had sxt him so
trained n i eat unc straw a day
the poor n- dird.
He is an ti who ri irves himself to
death -as thousand " ''"i'ic mlMed
by foolish iiathcrs- 1" 'vnm' h-lr
htomar-h har been no too weak
Ihrwiltth noutert (ll-ra.f- to do thp
work which nature h.is provided for
tbt'tr stiiiinchs to do
HecatiHP the en.rne Is out rf pear
would vi u consign tt t' the junk heap"
Why no' Mend Itt
Commit slow suicide because you
dlpestlvo i-gatis leak?
Crta .y not' Ta'e Stuart r. D? i
One tiling ! sure b shooting.
Yon cnti neer get h new siomach
You must mend It. or It will lead you
a miserable existence.
The only way to mend It is to take
Stoat" Dyrpepsla Tablets.
This has been practically and scien-
tifically demonstrated tv tbo Jiany
UionsanlB whom Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets have positively cured aftet
every othr treatment or medicine
mineral waters pills and slow sui-
cidal starvation bad fatict.
.These methods ore nil unscientific
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are sci-
entific thetefore truo. and successful.
Having cured so many thousands-
many of whom doubtless h&ve mfl
ed more than you do do we clal'
loo much when we say that Stuart' J
Dyspepsia rnblts will surely i'o good
Especially whon we make It Dlnin
that no promise is tun le to cure more
than one disease Dyspepsia.
SUmrj's Dyfliepsln Tablets are a
ro3ltlvo euro for jus! this one- JIB-
enso. They am a scientific comhlnntlon of
ingredient which search out tho weak
spots lit nil tho digestive organs and
mnkc them strong and well.
riioy hae nn lmmodlnlo dfRoetliro
action on undigested rood and thus
while curltiK weak organs they at the
name timahelp them to do their work.
They I hits stand for all that is good
In the riiaillcal treatment of DyvpopKin
and for in thing 'hat Is bad.
7 hey ate not u fad bit a fncr.
Tbev nr.' iaic pleasant certain and'
permanent. Hiid can be tan by tho
most delicate Invalids without fear of
M AVhito. contractor will build cis-
terns at forty-flvo conts per barrel of
300 barrels otpacity and up. All kinds
of mason work. Reo me at Santa Fe
House. Prompt attention given.
WILL ADDRESS INSTITUTE.
Secretary Thoburn Minnies With Lin
co:n County farmers.
fiecretary J. B. 7holurn of tho board
of agriculture loft this mon.lng for
Chamllor to Jellvcr an address bofore
the Lincoln County Farmers' Institute.
His subject IneluJf"? tho Irrigation
fltioptltin nnd ho will talk principally
on that top'c
Tho insiltttte opened yestoidny and
closea totlav. It la reported that a
)argo number of people are In attend
ance a ml i reat deal or Interest Is
being mnnKs'.od in tho work of tho
Koch day the farmers' wives bring
lunch which makes the affair a regu-
lar picnic as well as an educational
tncet'ng The farmers of Lincoln
coiiDH an progressive and up to date
BiBBBi liWll 5
HfitOBT Isw aPg.
They act directly on the liver. You will need
only one each night for a few nights. Your indi
gestion and biliousness
tUd by th J. O. Ay.r Oo.. Lowtll U
AUo iauiuA.etUf.rs of
Tor tt fcilr.
fifeVjH the blood.
FLIES IN KAGK AT MERE
Over Oklahoma Bill Which
is a Perfect Outrage
New "York. Deo o- Mere nan cime
in for a rmm.l or ab-i.te at the hands of
loi.fle wo'nan yesterday afternoon
when the LwUttnve league met at the
Murriv Kill iK.tel to discuss the Okla-
homa statehood bill.
The dimnusitn was preliminary to
protest uv'tst the lanse which re-
ohi'les all Inhabitant from the prtvl-
legos of citiienshlp for the disability
r sex. criminslby or Insanity
Mrs Charlotte V.'llbour ho is tho
president of Sorcsls. said that .-lie was
so rirhteously Indignant kite hesltn'.ed
to express herself lest she suy toj
Wht-n I think how I have worked
for woman flitffrage for fifty rears"
she wild "this seems tire Inst ttraw."
'We arc always classed with crln:
Inals and Idiots" added Mrs Lll'Ie
"It Is an undeserved insult" crluJ
Mrs. Clark Hell framing the resolu-
tion of prrtost
Only one voice was raised in man's
"I do not consider it an risnlt." said
Mrs Charles Lloyd. "1 dm. i ueneve
any man would try to Insult rce. I Is
just (h form tired In all statehood
But sho .vas cried down by a storm
"Tho women of this country." aiiid
Mrs. Philip Carpenter president of Hie
Stalo Federation "are Atiuur.ns and
mora powerful than lho Amnions of
old. No body of mon cares to meet a
doturmln'Kl body of womoi "
The protest will ask i.tat the ob
Jocllonoblo clans bo stricken out
HEADACHES FROM COLDS
Laxative Hromo t)ulnlnu removes the
cntise. 1 o got (ho gonumo call for tho
full nnmo apd look for signature of R
T. onOVR. 2Pc
O SECRETARY'S OrflCE. O
(p following chnrters were grantefl
Tlie Progress Social club of Okla-
homa Citv. with a iapltai stock of Jl-
U0O. The ptirposo of this association
Is to hnve 'lbrary nml club rooms for
iheJr membere. Tho incorporators
iro: D. W .Ford. H L. Norton and T.
J. Ulv nil o. Ohlnhoma City.
Tho Standard Mining nud Smelting
company of SnyJer with a copltal
stock of J l.OOO.dOO. lho principal
plnce of busino&s will be nt Snyder
with a branch office at Qiiannh Texas
The Incorporators am: A. J. Froes of
Chlldors Texas' J N Donuhoo of
Cnuyon O.iy Ttxas: Frank Aycock
of Altus O T. J. F.. Ledtctter of
Quanah Texas; J. C Vaughn and
Lola M. E-iwarda of Snyder and Otto
Stalley of 'lain view Toas.
A notarlu commission was Issued (o
M. Gallagher of Oklahoma City.
Twenty-one cars of cotton twolvo.
cars of cotton seed five cars of wheat
two cars of cattle and three cars of
hogs were shipped from Itlploy dur-
ing the month of Novombor.
What I Another 1
"Vertigo" the doctors call I
it. You natiirally fear it is brain
trouble nervous prostration
But your doctor will tell
you it is your liver. A slug
gish liver means a poor circula-
tion a congested brain a dis-
ordered stomach constipated
Ayer's Pills are liver pills.
will quickly disappear.
AYBR'S CIIHRRT PBCTORXL-For COUtlil.
ATEU'8-AOUB CURK-Foi nuUtu ASl icne.
Melliri's Food is endorsed by the phy-
sictarm. Hundrr & f of doctors are
using Melbn's Food in their own fam-
ilies for their own children. If Mel-
lin's Food is good for the doctor's baby
it ought to be good for your baby.
Let us know if you would like to try
Mellln's Food and we will send you a
sa'nple bottle free of charge.
MBLLIH'S POOD CO. BOSTON. Mty-
VERY LITTLE INFECTION
Inspector Says Cattle Are In Quad
Condition In Oklahoma.
Dr. C. A. Llawson of Oklnhcma Citv.
Inspector of tb bureau or nnlmnl in-
dustry was In Omhrle today talking
over some bushier matters with Sec
retary Morris Dr. Clnwson oys that
there Is very little i.ifectlon now pre
valent and that Oklahoma la Id liefer
condition in this regard thin It has
been for a long time He left this if
lernoon for Itussell to Inspect n herd
Local Hannenlrns cf City and Terri-
tory Briefly Told.
"Mnton has a cotton seed oil mill.
Daonport wants to incorporate.
The Ripley Times ms some style to
'Five rural routes are running out of
Of coiir Pouca City is growing.
Comancho couaty people have Mex-
Temintsob will lVok nice with n. can-
J. T2. Carson of Bliss owiw 320u
acres of -whuat.
WltnoM the signing of tho city hall
contract nt Lawton.
Wdtoton scares her hoboes otlt ol
town with dynamite.
Midlothian will not stand It to be
without a town hall any longer.
William Fields Iiqb resigned his po-
sition as Jltor of the Hobart Chief.
Tho No-man Democrat-Topic pleas-
antly state that "Democracy must nd-
At El Rano thlovos go Into preach-
ers' houses just as thoy do Into any-
Sonator John P. Hlokam of Perkins
advocates a pqtiaro doal in the county
Tho fellows who recently broke
Jail nt Grand wero cortalnly no ro-
Bpectors of jailers.
Dr. R.H. Tullls. of Lawjon has tho
namo of being the champion hunter
of tho now country.
Creicont olalmt to bo the biggest
:itle town in tho torritory. Who can
guess its popuinuon
If Ttetiptsuli had more hotels sha
would he complaining because mora
peoplo weren't stepping there.
The Lawton brooot factory through
the aid of the Denioorau cau make a
cln s rep of the new country
State .be St. &ouls papers have
wrttten up Charley Moor the tovn ofltrt"v aaXtt nutarl ut"
Waiikwis hardl big enou?h tori""01- hw " rewore1 Td you
bim Tmif. ait -ipht piiariev !i t " entirely well. i
Uiera but tha santa
Trvoa has hecn trvin' for a ton1
dam in ln naaea In the famtlv hut
there Is n -muss' start! now that
won't check it appears. Oa man is
onuslng all the trouble by threnUnlns;
to put tha bur? out of business.
The Prague News has tha followlag
startling niw of reading roattar In
its liut waeVs lsuo: Plcc T. Monjan
who recently flopped from the Damo-
oratlc party Into the Rsmibltean party
was male retrlster of tha land 3loa
"'f Perry wasn't worrylnp so mush
or.-r will cut on lan.ls she might hgv
bad a street car svtem b.- this time"
H a eltlteu fro-n ta plare yeate-
dy "ou tind'rsand Oiuhrie mtU:
tha stret ear ay item first and then
BrtA nftar llta nil nn.1 r.k ' '
Rev. Anna Howard 8haw..
Rov. Anna Howard SMw prcsldeut
of ibe NiOrpa' Atnertcan Wnrnaf Suf
frage aswohtUon wr.-. will pppak In
the Chrltiii (liiirch Frblay I'vei.mg
Dec. .tn 1 corilr.a t "I lahon s upon!
the 'arncit i-it.ttiim of thp sti'liag-
Im it ;lu "rri'nrv lit tbn IrHet of
tontlttit!o!itil ri'Tra'."' for (trpn
wncn 'n Nitic.iai convent I"" ai
In nrgres in VHhtngtrn last V 'tm-t'.-v.
i here came must nrtrent lot t i
frrni Ok'ahomt I h from men and
women beegtni' ih- association to
set-d some nf it ypenkere Into tha.
The asoolnttun rosiirnded by send
ing Miss Gregg at once with th
promlrc thst othr siteakers would
Miss Shaw has been making the
rounds of the state conventions this
fall and hs traveled thousands of
miles; bu4. she reserved lYi-o closing
two waefca of her Itinerary for Okla
homa refusing seteral Important
"bureau'' lectures to do so.
Dr Shaw has been for years ono of
the most 10 pu In r speakers of the Red-
path Lyceum bureau' her service be
ing In demand both for lectutes antl
One of Jit markel characteristics is
her eveMlir ;ooJ humor It has been
said hat exery trngcdv lias some
comedv n. it. nnJ every comedy haBi
some elt-menta of trngeily but it has
alvnys 'teen Miss HHaw's pood for
tune to oe the humorous side even
i In the most commonplace events; and
so whatcve- happens. Miss Thaw al-
I ways meet? It v.b a smile md her
ul ' ;'ng mltth cti.tl vales her nudl-
ences even 'bo'igh they may not bo in
syn-iHitliy with hrr cause.
he lias t-ood for manv years by
U.e side of Suan B. Anthony sharing
I her labors ntd hardships; but no ad-
j verse circumstance have oer dls-
' cottragetl oer or worn off tho kr.een-
ness of Uer hunor
Sho Is tt thorough optimist and al
truist and w.tl. n firri faith In the f nal
triumph nf Justice ?ho meets defeat
with fortitude nnd gees on her way
still smillntr. Unovvlug that tho right
wM win In tiro and.
TO CUR A CCLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Lnxnttvc Rromo Quinine Tab-
lets. All dritgglstk; i-efund the money
If It falh to euro. E. Groro's sig-
nature to on oach box- 25c.
A Urlpue Event.
One of the unlino ovonts of tho so-
nlnl QAaciin tft n hn fTir Pnn-nrtll
hmWf) pover.y ntM iQ hQ gvon &t
tht homo of Mr. nnd Mr. Charles Mar-
tindale 808 -past Clevoland Friday
AS GOOD AS A BANK.
F. B. Li'lle &. Co. Give Bond :hat Ml-
o-na Will Cure cr It Ccsts
If Mi-o-na does not cute you of in-
dlp.eHtlon or any form or stomach
trouble tt will not coat you a cent.
'Whon you buy the remedy from F. II
LHHe & Co tiavr them sign the follow
mg bond .'uot. as i;ood as a bond issued
by any baak stating definitely that
tho money will be refunJed It Ml-o-na
dejee uot cure
O Guarantee Bond. O
O We hereby rtgroo to refund tho O
O money paid for Ml-o-na on return O
O of empty box If the purchaser O
O tells t .that It has failed to cure O
O Indltjesflon or stomnch troubles. O
O This suarantee coveis two boxes O
O or a mouth's treatmonL Price. O
Q 50c per lOX
O (Siftned) F B. LILLIE & CO. O
Ml-o-na nets upon an entirely dif-
ferent princlpl from any other rem-
edy for intlisestloii It mingles will
the food you eat Helps it llget
strengthens th" nervei of the lotnach
and five health to the whote diges
live system Instea-l of the dose b.-
ing increased 'rom Umo to Ume It U
nr-n tl. UW of Ml-o-ia to-bsy wl'h
the signed promise of V B Mills &
Co that it wt coat you noting un-
It cures 'I ho (toeislcn as to who
pays 'or tha remady reU entirely with
vou and shoul'l you lsh your money
back your wort will not bo inesllon-
ei Could anything be more fair than
ALL THE BBST BRANDS OF
LIQUORS WINES CI-
Gentleman In Attendance
and Best Service in
ALL THE BEST BRANDS OP
BEBR AND SOFT DJfKS.
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I JAmdtf& m For Infants and Ohildren.
!iSir0 Rl jS 1 The Kind You Have
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ffirWP WEN YOU TRAVEL
Svll 1(A i &ELCCT A RAILWAY AS H
(irWtjMi IT YOU DO YOUR CLOTHES M
1I1B KATY SERVICE I
It 'ilnA Bl 'MISSOURI KANSAS. I TEXAS RAI1"V H
H I miUlf il 11 SKtrts Coafoi-table mi Courenlent Tr B
I F?flli III THE "K-ATY FLYER" AND
I T iY I'll rwi-i s-iyaixi. simiiwivoi
lyrl ylajjv Bssurpasied In Quality and Senlcs. jflr
After Dec. 8d trains will leave and arrive at Guthrie as follow:
100 bif 506 105
L'v Gutnrle 7:06 a.m. I L'v Outhrle 2.80 p.m. Ar Guthrie 10-10 a.m. I Ar. Guthrie 63Gp tn
Ar Falll8:l&a.m. Ar. Pallli3.S0p.rn. I Lv. FallU9: a.m. I Lv. Fallls 4-sa p.n
No. tOfi connects at FalllB for polnti North. Nil. 506 connects at FallU for point
South. All trains shown above carry passengexs.
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The Missouri Pacific Railway
The favorite line between Kansas City and St. Louis.
Five trains daily each way; first class trains n every
respect and the fastest time. See that your tickets
read via the MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY
The Sure way to Reach your Destination f
quickly and with he Greatest Degree of Comfort.
Takes you direct to the World's Fair Grounds.
C. B. Styles A. G. P. A
Kansas City Mo
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The Rock Island will' sell excursion tickets
to Memphis. Birmingham Savannah and many
other points Bast on December 20 21 22 -and 20
al one fare plus 52.00 for the round trip.
Why don't you go norae and visit the old
neighbors and friends? Here is a low railroad
rate and there is a warm welcome awaiting you
over East Think about it and then get particu-
lars from the Rock Island Agent.
J. A STEWART. GenereJ Agent
Kansas Ciy Mo
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THtClHTiUHCOMMNV N IW VC. CITY
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