The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 116, Ed. 1, Wednesday, December 7, 1904 Page: 4 of 8
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THE LttADER QUTHRIE OKLA. WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 7 1&04.
The Tj BAKER
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EVLKSL.IE O. NIBUACK.
memmkhITk -rtm AhaoaAfBb PRifog
BUBUhlr0 HATSS I1A1L.T
Per cek br carrier
Per month by carrier
Per rear by carrier in advance
Per year by wall In advance
ne vear .
The leader l a memfter of the AKclated
Press and reccltea the dr telegraph re
port of that great new .itg in'atlon for ex i
elusive afternoon publication n l.uthri.
in-1 30 mile radlua
Th consulti reports tell us that
more dlaminus were imported into the
U. ted States String "he past vear
than 'er ' efnre. the ttal value of
thy eD"i -titr $'fi.5''00ft.
Thise Jet'elr are divided iito tve
olas en aw i".cnt stoma. Of the
fninxr port nlK"i' $15500 000 ver Im-
port e." during ihe perlr"! mc.itlnned
and :t h laMer $ll.tHn1O0 Uncut
diamonds are a !nlitd free f Out y
and because of this there has lieen
con'derab'; l-.ro-ue in thetr Impor
war irv" . Hl chows flpurtn
roarhlii" tl.ose 'f l03. rne year
I'i'i; wi also it cmr.: breaker lr tre.
ItiiMoiratl n .if c 1'inip:ids. on which'
Import du'y wj charged although the'
trn.wth in litis htiainctB was not nearly
equal to the aruwih In the impf.rtatlor
fif wilt t nrs The government fig-
ure .dnw that In 1M3 the United
State? Imported morn of the precious
Broarlrt wiohes t3 'JeiKise King Otto stone than v.r sent In the same yenr
l)pcabe he 1 Insane. Otto will be from the "tpc of Qood Hope to Lon-
$100000 fof nothing possessor) genius
Chat llts her poiullurly for a Wall
Few nooplo who Know Mr. Carnelr
will ielleve that lie would so an far in '
his effort : die P"r na to put bin '
name ti $rnoonu notes without know-
ing anythlrg about the origin of thm;
or taking the trouble to a-ik qmaUoos.
CAPTAINS ON MANY SEAS
NEVER WITHOUT PE-RU-NA.
Mo. & Kas Business 76. Editorial. 09.
irk Valley Business 75. Ed'toral 00
UBDNKHI.AY. DECRM'iH 7 1!"4
'i lio aln- of the uncut dla-
wh.'h I'ame lino this country
10' vat I'rea'er hs a matter
n.i ii f'T any two irevlmi-
i c.nii 'ned. with tt- exception '
1 .Mil ''i Wither of ihne yearn
.wr :'. cnnvlnn'ion with nny
Treeidenl Htieelt hns rtaiimcl
Ifosln?. Pr.iliably settin itnlv to tx-x
conKrw arrnux! soino.
PetMisvlvanla train a-e now
ntel upon the !lock vat em.
two foo sn'jwfnll 'l'Kks them.
mail when he hear of this
Ftcnm hoatcHl ofrlce bulidlnci nre
unld to produce pencururnia Thoie
tlint nre not lira tea produce profan-
Countesa Ciayhnwsltt hna been
Krantetl n divorce. No one enn blame
her for jte'tlnfr' "Id or "a nniue like
Nan Patternm rticuld try to ret on
her next Jury aomu of thote farmer
who 'j:ive hn.'ii somling tor proposal
Dr. Robert S. MaArthtir wnnte the
Panama cnnnl reimmol the Itooevelt
cunnl. Winit ofiloe lu the doctor w
The JapaiHMo will probably have nn
opportunity to lenrn to iwenr when
General Stcossel fnkos his furuwtdl ro-
marka to Port Ar$lur.
it has been mill that th Importa-
tions nf ptecbuts atones enn ne nel
to tmuge the biMlnesi) ctnill'lonii of
'.he Cf-tintr; thnt they ne a soil nf
barometer The jir HUV wna cer-
tainly a iirtwroroii one but Uier" nre
surer met nod f aut'lif nallonui
proaperPy ("'Pi :y dlnnond Importa
Not every one sports dlnmonrts ard
thP'-e Is such a thing as a trreat in-
crease In the luxuries of existence
enjovt: ty the privilege" few. con-
sidered npntt frein n Kenerally distrib-
lne time ahe wan so very rtiy
Che usul to hide her head ahd cry
When I cams try.
Away sh flw to mother's arm
In wildest fear. In swift alarm.
As thouch from some Impending haras.
She heard me climb the stairs; a war
Bh fled nor near m would ha etayj
She said mo nay
When -oaxlng I would mors my chair
Nearer m little lad felr
And try to siroke her curling 1ml r.
Phe puckered u her llttls face
In many a touch me not grimace.
And all the grace
That had so charmed me quickly fled
As does the light when day n sped;
Bho rail and hid her tiny head
A). .w4. what chanst time hno wroiiRhtl
Awe time I want downtown and bought.
And to her bright
A pretty toy itoft lined In fur.
And ever xince 1 du uver
I simply cun't gat rid of herl
Young to'vers ll this Utile versa
Is fair to middling maybe worao
Yet In Its tens
Trtts twixt the '.Ines "oaie reiid with m
The nioral und behold the key
Of universal tlmld-shel
"Giro Mo My Compass and
Pe-rnna and I Will Steer
Clear of All Wrecks."
Ex-Qucon LiMiinlmlnnl Is thinking of
writing another licok. It will bo tllf-
icrent from hor lust booh hich waa
written without thlnldng I
A CTHEH OF HIS COUNTRY.
Whv all lh tnlk nlrtiut race sui-
cide? And who enres ir nrlstocrntlc
Fifth nvnito in New York is lony on
Poniorau'ftn poodlos nud niltshly short
This world Is mndo up of n crapes
Wo have a cold summer nm a mild
wlntor folIowR to snrt of even thlngfl
up. Ohio Is dcluuel wltli rain and
Knneafl oos dry Noxt floor to tho
bachelor vho hams chlldrca Uvea ai
famll of nlno Nattiro flxoe things.
PoiUny foind a iorvnit In I-ovl
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flssssRsSsssf - WFJimS rKcxvJv
OTsgH1' TF' .iisBWP'Sgk
Pe-ru-na Known and
Praised on Land
"A sick sailor is n
pretty helploss man. 1
have found that 1'oruna
will do moro to restore.
ouo than any other medi-
cine I know and I havo
carried a couple of bottles on board for
many soaxons. Seven years ago Peruna
cured mo of bronchial troublo in a fow
weoks and gave me such now life and
nerve forco that I cortalnly bollovo in
telling you of it.
"Give mo my compass and Poruua
and T will steer olenr of wroeks of all
kindd and land In port sato and well
vlth vessel and inon." Capt. I.. T.
Carter 123 JOlh Avenue IVnsacola
Capt.E. A. AVatson.M.K. 48 Elisabeth
street Ottawa Ont. writes:
"Poruua has my heartiest endorse-
ment. If tliore Is any placo that you
are helpless when ill It is on board a
Mother- If 1 catch you chasing thoss i " " " wy um auy
bens again I'll wash your face every ' wtaneo. bomotlmes two or three of
rinv ni.it uitI-i my mon would bcslckatono timo.and
J. PlertKir.t Morynn ! elteres In keep-
Inr the boys ofi" the street. J'ut this
docs not lup'y ti beys with money
who wish to p.ny in Wall itreoi.
sorlouslytjrlpple tho force but since we
Not ib Snmo. I havo learned of tho valuo of Peruna by
A fnt wnm.in mnrcil down the nlsle ' toklng a fow doses they recuperate vory
Drlsson of "lalnipl.l. Conn. Ho Is the of tho sleeping car just as the porter quickly. We use It for colds lung
troublo and kidney diseases and have
also found it very line for la grippo.
Peruna Is always one of the mout im
porlant supplies of my stoamor." E. A.
With a bottle of Poruna aboard sailors
havo a remedy on which thoy can rely.
Commodore V. S. Jfnvy.
Commodoro Somorvllle Nicholson of
ln lT.ill.wt Qlnt. V.RH I. . li. . . . .... . ... .
..... .J...vvAv...v0utT. .. u-iwurau uay nignte oi each month in Ellt in i
183T It St. N. W. WaBhlngton D. O. I H. w Penteco8t B. R.
Spencer's hardware etoro. VI Biting
comrades always welcome. i
G. W. Billings Post Oom.
M. L. Mock Adjutant.
Guthrie Chapter No. 2 Order of the
Eastern Star. Moets In tho Masomo
Temple- every second and fourth Fri-
day evenings In each month.
P. M. L. Ray W. M.
M. Harrington Seorntary.
I. O. R. M. MeetB every Tuesday
night In K. of P. hnlL Visiting chleta
Frank B. Sar'oer Sachem.
H. C. Barney Chief o' Records
Outhrle Lodge No. 1 A. O. U. W.
meets every Thursday night In th
new Masonic hall on East Oklahoma.
Visit In k brothers welcome.
H. H. Ruthven M. W.
W. J. Leatherman Recorder.
Guthrie Commandery No. 1 Knights
Templar. Meets every Wednesday
evening nt 7:30 at their Asylum la
tho Masonic Tomple. Visiting Sir
Knights nlwnys welcome.
The Rclwknh'e will meot overy first
and third Tuosdnys n oach month
Nellie Peterson Minnie BIH'ngs
Secretary. Noble Grand.
Outhrle Commnndary Knights Temp-
lar meets second nnd fourth Monday
nights in oach lronth at their asylum
In A F. & A. M hall. Visiting 81r
Knights always welcome.
Outhrle Chapter IV. No 0 R. A M
meet the first nnd and third Friday
nights In each mouth at A. F. & A. tf.
hall VlsUing companions always wel-
come. Guthrie Lodge No. 426 B. P. O. E.
Meets tho second and fourth fuee
"f iinhpKliMilntrSv tvHnmmwtr1 Dm-
runa to all persons suffering from ca- j
xarrn.- a. Nicholson.
If you do not tlcrivo prompt and satis-
factory results from tho nso of Perunu
write ut once to Dr. Uartman giving a
full statement of your case and ho will
be pleased to give yon his valuable d-
Address Dr. Uartman President of
The Uartman Sanitarium Columbus
rbo Jap are firing from balloons
nt Port Arthur. War is hell but it It
miller queer that the hell falls upon g a cauMO'i
Port Arthur f r mn tho upper rettlons.
An nutomoMlM In Florida wns
wrecked by n dojf. The auto seemr to
be going to the dogs ovn earlier than
the cynic predicted that It .vould.
Tho best cup ot coffee snyp a noted
chef has oil on Its surfneo For good-t
ncss snkc. Is tliore nothing In the world
that the oil trim' docs not get Into? I
The ovticfr empress uf China Is
buildlci: for herself a $4000000 tomb.
She might add to hor popularity by
occupying H Just ns soon as it is finished
only man 'inside of Utah who has
been compellol '" buv soothing syrup
by the enrbov nud high chairs In Jiron
lots. He lies been married three
Mines and the vay triplet ami iv-iu
lme been scntterol throiifli his life
t jroba'tly knows moie
about children nnd wlwit to do for
colic ard whv they crv when It is
physically iiipu&sible for anything t
be the innfci with them than nny
other man In the country As for baby
talk. It should be Lovl Drlgson's
l.o.-i Is the tathoi of forty-three. To
mnko hln: dnul ly prjiid his daughter.
Mra Uila I.eclnlrc. of Three Rivera.
Wis. made him a triple grundfn;hot
the other day
Mr. Rrlsson'? Hock Is scattered over
Guthrie lodge No. 3 I. O. O. ' F.
Meets every Monday night at 7:30'
o'clock at Odd Fellows' hall corner
First and Harr'son avenue.
J. E. Peterson Noble Grand.
H L. Strough Secretary.
Oklahoma Encampment No. 1 I. O.
O. F. Meets overv Wednesday night
at 7:30 o'clock at Odd Follows' hall.
W. H. Kelso P. C.
H. A. Herwlg Scribe.
CANTON GUTHRIE No.' 5 Patrl.
arch's Militant. I O. 0. F. Regular
assembly every socond Thursday night
In each month in Odd Fellows' hall
Visiting' Chevaliers welcome
Walter Whitney Com'dt
F. C. Bones. Clerk
worth ot new guns isvuicntiy tnoso come wuu rnuurec. mu iirisvm t0 ilnlc how little It takes to make
EuroVcan powers which' are getting' faml has clearel the record nnd at BOme people look.-old you"know !jo'ul rNaom.Rejekah Lodge No. 2 I. O.
(l ma man urissuu stninis in a i'ini wonaer now sue uinnnRvn 10 conceal
gavo the "First call for breakfast In
the dining enr" and poked with her
umbrella nt tipper berth No. 10.
"Kitty!" She shouted. "Where nre
you? Is that you up there?"
There wns no response. ;
The fat woman bent n tattoo on tlie
brass curtain rod and shouted again:
"Kitty! Kitty! Why don't you an-
swer me? Kitty breakfast Is ready!
Kitty! I say. Kitty! Are yon there?"
A large red face with long flowing
black whiskers on the lower hnlf ap-
peared at the opening between the cur
tains of upper 10 and a deep husky
"My name Is George!"
The fut woman Ui'd Baltimore Sun.
Ask Your Druggist for Free Peruna Almanac for 1905.
every Friday night In Castle hall cor-
ner of First and Harrison.
L 8. Page . . L..O. Lytle
'J. Foucart- Secretary.
Knights and Ladies of Security
meets tho first and third Wednesday
evonlng of each month In the Masons'
hull. Vlsliing mom'iors cordlully ra
E. B. Bradshaw Jas. N. Anderson
F. A. A.. Guthrie Council Nt). 743
Fraternal Aid Association. Meets ev
ory WtMinesday night In Odd Fellows
hall cornet Harrlvn and F!rt. Visit-
liljf members ajways welcome
In n Tnmtlr
'Ry Jove old chap" said Mr. Mn kin-
brakes with euUiuslnsm "your wife
must have been a mlgbty handsome
snvnntMM states throa ton Itorlos. Can.J woman when she was young! Even
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adn. Moxicn nnd Franco.
So lot Filth ifnnue stick
! In nil tliuuA vndra atin ttntitt't- nliriiirraWi
..' so much though of course It couldn't
i oavfi neen many yuars sincu sue wan
Bulgaria ha3 Just about JS.400.000 poodlos alid deny Itself the Jos that yQunj and hand-lbnt wherj ymi corao
up an arbitration party forgot to In
the ravages that Isn't eJactlv what I
mean bat she's tfoe youngest leaking
Tho Iinltlo ha taken a Christmas Oenoral Kuropatkln lias compelled woman r her (or ber have you got
rush ot Vew nrkcrs to Europe. The' uc .lapanoso to rotlro seven and a1 infttch? Mjr dgar Baa gone ouL
Baltic flct is proparing to take a half miles f-om Mukden. Tho .Tcp
Christmas rush !.om tho S.107 canal .commander ceins to hae fallon holr
over to Port rlhur.
j to the retiring disposition which Kuro-
.-. .. ..." "".'. 1 1. palkln has lately shaken.
Circuit Attorney Folk ha brought -j---------
Doodler Rd Rftlar tnv. and Bd wilt' nuio girl in UllnaM has bound
havo to .strtiut trial Butler Is fully herself out for seven years to learn
convinced new that the report about cooking am' housekeeping. Then .he
u vtfiulon -va a mis-.
will likely as not mnrry some sorry
own and bln herself out for life to
. - . r : the same kind of work
A Londja autograph dealer nyi .
that tbe full name of Charles Dlrkuus When Mrs. Chad wick recovers sh
was rtiHrleK Tob'i Huffiuan Olckeus ' sh ub'- be "1.(11 'n s gool enj:aene'.
Hut Dldkens uk never full enough to
use a) 'hu name fortunately.
Pennsyhaiila is covortxl with snow
tvo feet tfcp Rut there wag no room
In the state fur It until they had count-
ed and swer.t away all the 1 allots oust
for the RerubllcfinB In the resetit election.
in Wall st-ect A woman ho ran get
The tttmble with our people" ex-
claimed tbe popular orator "Is thnt
they too often confuse license with lib-
erty." "I don't know about other kinds 0
license" Interrupted a thoughtful look-
ing man from tho audience "but I can
state emphatically that there Is no
confusion possible betweon a marrlago
license and liberty."
There wore approving murmurs clunr
back to the rear of the ball. Now Or-
leans Times Democrat
K. of R. & S.
Camp No. 3.
of tbe World Guthrie
Meets every Tuesday at
:30 p. m.f In tho Woodmen boll over
8pencer hardwnro storo. Visiting
Wm. Connelly Con. Com.
Hartranltt Poet No. 3 G. A. ft
Meets on first and third Fridays In
each month at 7:30 p. m. In hall ovef
and the now counties In Western Ok-
lahoma also all points on tho Rock
Island System Including Choct&w
Dlvlslon can now bo reached to best
advantage by tho Now Line.
The St Louis El Reno & Western
Trains leavo Guthrie from Santa
Fe (Union.) Station.
O. F Meetsfrfdret third Thursday
nights ot every month in Odd Fellows'
Eva Merton Noble Grand.
Sadie Mathls Secretary.
Co. A First Regt. Ok. N. a Moets
every Wednesday night at 7:30 In
Arraory hall 10 V.'ost Harrison avenue
G. E. Dunnlca Captain.
C. S. Curran Orderly Sergeant
Renfrow Division No. 3 Uniform
Rank. K. of P. Meets second anu
fourth Monday nights at Armory hall
G. E. Dunnloa Captain.
W. T. Warren Recorder.
j: Through Sleeping Car Service i
i via. i
Santa Fe and Missouri Pacific 5
TO ST. LOUIS MO. I
Commencing June 1 1904 Santa Fe train No. 110 will
carry a through Pullman sleeping car from Purcell I. T.
to St. Louis Mo. via. the Missouri Pacific Railway from
Kansas City Mo. The Missouri Pacific Railway has eight
trains daily each pay between Kansas City and St. Louis.
First class service in every respectsleeping par-
lor and chair cars electr'c lights electric fans and elec-
Babies don't need medi-
cine older children very
rarely. Better nourishment
Mrs. Chadwlok'a lawyers aro trying
to settle the oaso cut nt court Theri
must have grudge against the po-1 wjji generally set them right.
jut- wiiuve iinei uujtfui iu mu it tu ui-i
tend nnd road about sensational trials.
Scott's Emulsion is the right
Tho letter of Queen victoria aro to kind of nourishment and the
be publUhexi after being edited by
Irlojuls ot th ioynl family. We hav kind that will do them the
iio doubt that It will b r4ulte fe to .. (T.cinn
Idace the book In the hands of young "ost gd' Scotts Emulsion
contains nothing that chil-
A Now Vcrk ? lge tutu decided that
a drrvsmftVer rn aot rccoier ?io i"'
dren should not have and
a urew ta was ma i tot tight for tii) every thing that they should.
wearer. S loi: or with all hl wisdom. I o
never tackled such Questions as a New
Ywk Ju3gc often haads down opinions
WtU Md WU HBfM tltt.
gCQTT&UQWNU 409 1'm1 SutttJtw '
Muklnic n AVI 1.1 Gueaa.
"On the one baud." said tbe teacher
at the night kcbeol. pointing a loug
finger at Uio map on the blackltoaru
"In the present complication Is RiiriIr
On the othor band" I
Uqre he pausoil and looked sternly at j
tbe shock headed boy. "On the other ;
hand" . jtjj
WnliliT linrnriteil the abnek hnailn.1 ! V
boy helpless with terror.-Chlcagp
lMentr of OptHjrtwitttlea.
In thts era of education of books and
libraries of newspapers and period-
icals of schools nnd unlvcrsrVe. even-
ing schools lectures and the other ond-
less opportunities for self culture
which our country ta particular af.
fords nil classex. there Is no excuse for
Ignorance. It la only will that is want-
Ask your agent to sell you tickets via. the Missoun
C E. STYLES A. G. P. A.
Kansas City Mo.
E. E. BLECKLEY T. P. A.
Guthrie Lodge No. 2 K. of P. Meets I .V.V.V.Vi'iW.W.V.W. W.V.W.V.V. ;V.V.W.Y.VAW.VAi
Shocked Mother JIv boy my bey!
What became of that Witt piece of nle
I left in tho cupboard and toll' yon net
to disturb? Little Osrar I ted It.
Shocked Mother And what would you
call an net like that? Uttlo Oscar
PMwblag the piece I suppose
&ffiffifc$ffi85CSCiB 6CSSSS!aBffiW3 fcffi&?(
Renfro's Drug Store
You will find the only pure and up-to-date CHOCOLATE CANDY and that is
and we have just received a fresh lot of thcae
the finest in the Land.
W guarantor every box of candy we sell if "ot OK we will return yoa your money.
C. R. RENFRO
Opposite p. O. 20G W. Oklahoma Avee.
; We a-e the up-to-date Druggist in every-
j thing. Drugs Druggiut Sundries School I;
' Books and Stationary. !;
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