The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 12, Ed. 1, Tuesday, February 7, 1905 Page: 4 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLA... TUE6DAY FEBRUARY 7 1905
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CV LESL1B O. TJIIU.ACK.
rer weefc tor tarrlcr
Per ear y carrier ta advance
Ter year bV mall. 18 raoce .
Curve Mostha ...
par ..... .
The teaoer i wenbrr of the Atuctated
Prrs and receive l oav leircrrvn re-
port of that gre.it news urbanisation lor ex-
aiicrnoou ywuucawiu u usmjuc
md SPra.le radlua
Uo it Kas.. DuslneM. 75; Editorial. 60.
irk Valley. Business 75; Edltorlcl. 09
TTBSEAV ITiBllUAUY 7. 10S.
CAPITAL UNIVERSITY SITES
The Capital nnlwrattv location
which had all along been cofsltlered
mm o.l is o"eln lieforo the iitople of
this city The Fejtan towimlto atldt-
p n people did not come to n final tm-
lrrMandtng uiih Tir. Holbrcrt fthd it
now up to the cty in genera! to ay
whcthei o phtll Mvtf'the tfn'vernity
f r permit It tc go to OUlahonm City or
fop e other point which la offering in-
liuccnirtj conrldf-ably !n exceea of
ihc offer trade to Uie people of Guth-
rie The proportion Id too aoofl it one to
tie Inst bv lelnv on any accoim.. Tho8
having sites for the Institution nie In
U'pil to cotimuutcato at onco with p.
s No'son secretary of tlio fonimcrcln'
club or with Dr Irn A. Hnlhrool; dl-re-t
The on important pnrt Isto act
r t once ' 'i
There are several other oicceftotit
fltep for tin inat'.MiMon and partien
a in such ltes and adjacent lnnn
j .ierg could not make n better paying
nwtnent tlwu t.i rt-raate Biifflclenl
lari' for the location and at o-cc plot
anil sell the umainlnp lota The plan
will make nionev i
Hvery cltv tjio'jrs townil Its college '
nn.l .rowa rapidly making a perma-
nent dwol tug quarter. Dcvclopel
uiong tho proiKiaed lines the Capital
.nUeraitv will make location near It a
prime -onderatlon. Tho .Iwelllns
feature propo'cd y Dr. Holbrork guar-
am peg a big tait In dwellings at once.
There nio eraiothor sites tha'
the one oroposed. Thf hill noithwMt
c I the city near and Including tho
o Ivor nd.Mtlon would bo first clas-i.
'ihe Itainer 'drtlilon and smronndlng
land would bo flno. North and oast
tv.crc nre several slsjhtly plncos. The
northeastern part of Capitol hll over
ntt to fllehland park would bo groat.
if it could bo pocurod. The Curtis
fam ami JlcCoy land aoulh of town
would bo oxcollent. The people Inter-
ested In those various sites should go
tut-other nt one nml submit a nroposl-
lion to the jecretnry of ho club.
The pi-opositlon of the Capital uni-
vcrsitv people wa? prlntel In yester-
day's Loader. From a glance at its
tc-ms It will be veen that thoy offor to
mit up t J'Of.0 forfoit for tho fulfill-
ment of their ptut of tho contract
which ouht to jit onco rolloyo.uy
doubt of tlilr'ciumdeWitcflporisibillty
and earnestness; Jf nny Dno question-
The prorosfRflii' 18 one that uot only
Interests those having plies for tho
nuildlngs hub 'Is of ftteat Importanco
in he wbolplj anilt will not do to
waste any morc-'ftm'c coming- to a-final
niidciHtnnliu; of thet'mnttoc and pro-
pa'.nc fur building oporntlbrfs Tarty lr.
Fifty Years the Standard
ISad8 jrp pre mm of-.;
srter aeriwsiS freiH grapes.
fRICC CAnillC PCWOKR Ct. wHICACO '
AN INSPECTOR OF ACCOUNTS.
uwwi mnr.v .- inrhidiiis Kan-!
mm. have created tin- ottlce of state If
pec.r of iccounts. or auditor of nib
lb accounts occupying A somewhat
etfrrestKHidltur position to that nf
United St-.tes pnetofftce inspector. .
natltmal bank examiner. n sone
states the lnepr-un la very mmut-
and exacting and baed on a cvnplf t -system
of reports covering all offices
handling public f md.
" Varvlng Cfgrw of authority ar
glten to such ffflcera but UMially It
f xtends only to compel Ing delinquent
to inane good and reporting thii case
to pfper prosscuttng o1 leers Ir tK
twit of crttnlnal Hal llltr Too mucli
authority Is tttt b'esome as tenHng uk
much toward centralisation of authorl-
ty. an I n failur-o ghe sufficient ac-
tliorltv would materially hamper suehi
an officer and dtfeat the purpose o
The sv.eral T'tntie-j ind municipal
ilies cf tb torrl'orv lavc been hea '
losors In the imst bv K- Inqu nt offl
w manj of uuom arted their d-
llnnnfnev by mr.r .'Iscr' pancles
whtrh subfetfUenMy drlftetl Itro posi-
tively oHm'nai nets.
The mere existence r.f such an In-
ppctor. or auditor has ill? san v
wholeaome effect on publl" officers as
il has on te employes or prlite cor-
noralinns Railroad companies all
have Inspector and auditors aid keep
ilglit up dally with tin.- busoicas of" refuse to !llevo that tlw
thwe having charge or compary
nonlee both by repocts and inspec-
tion. It shot'ld not be the purposo of such
n flepnrMnyi.t to ooludo any oilier of
floor from Inspections or reports now
l rttjulrod by law. but to secure nnd In-
sure compliance with thj la.v In nl!
This 8Us-.etlon 's I'prely made f'.-
general confh'enitlon. without anv at
tempt to en'er 'nto details Ml tha
precedents necessary can lie found In
ether stnte reports Trie question h
merely will the public savin.; bo In
I excess of (ho cxpeudltuio of the office
bearing m :nlnd tho saltitory fffect in
tho way of pmontlon of crrora and
KANSAS STATE ACCOUNTANT.
AVhat Is a state ttccnnUm good
for' aska tho TopoKa Stnto Journal
and then answers the question
Well Tie was good for that Abilene
Miortngn of $1.10i). Tlio (ronsury got
that back when tho stnto accountant
Uo gained tho slntc $1400 by 'i
quiring "A. R. Drdwn" to pay u't
which "A. R" promptly did.
Then things enmo almost too fast.
The governor has In lit desk or In.
n handy plgeOtilidle a stato account-
tint's showing that $i 1000 was irald
Into tho state school fund but ha
never boon there
How would it do for the govonor Jo
ask his legal collector tho attorney
goonrnl to go after the money for
tho atato school furd?
In extending Ihe export drawback'10 the ""'y oommisfllonor of each
to Canada wheat evtn when mixed t"0mt'- Provides that tho commission-
with a larger ouantlty of American
whwt in tho foim of Xlour. says the
Now York World the trutaury depart-
menfs ruling will mnko flour cost
more In tho Unlto.1 States than in any
There :s a dutv of 26 cents ti bushoi
imported wheat. Canada wheat
mixed with ihe softer American grain
makes more and bettor flour. On all
of this good flour told to American con-
. i j
this good flour Mrim by foreigner th.
jml'W gits a .-"bat oqita' to tit? tariff
The exih.r drawback 1 rf great
aluc to me Minneapolis millwi Then-
sre rom olg'itv n''lilrm "(tier poopie in S
i he L tilled Strtt- wV vould be glal V
to share Its oem-tP.
Match 4 '-ini' in t hy the Htfihltng
act at. th day for adimftT. into th
The aeneml aeltaJloi of freight
rates ir the cause of much waktfulnes
on the part of rallrond magneto.
1 he Kana oil refinery will "lot have
m much t-ntible coming up to tho
standard as dewn to she Standard
Oklahoma has j.atkntly waited neoi
ly sixteen years for utatehnod o hr
. cou-se of training has crali.iy beciuv
Innr onmiotl II
The cr.aollng act reqiiireb the eleo-
tlcn for c ate rfTicrrn to be heM on the
Kr. e dar as the ebvtlon for r.Ulf vine .
The weat he- map ha found It nVc-
e arv to civer rhe lining temperntttry
on ata.eb)C' interest with a liotUeto?
snew to pieent dlrastcr.
I may do colli but the men pnclf
mometers to restoring the emvra-tu-e
nt the Whtlo Hotteo atfcurnlely
Oklahoma certainly Inw had a front
Heat m tho sonntp today and Niore nro
worn! ol her mtplrlng sons wjio Rrt-
mito Ihe looks of tho beat eo well thev
would like to sit there six years.
Glve Your Stomach a Rest.
Cour food nmtt to properly digested1
nd assim'lated to be of any vnluo fo
you. If yi.tr stomach U weak or die-'
eased take Kodo! Dyspepsia Cure. It
dlgeets '"U you ot aid gives the
fetovacri a icm enabling it to recti p'
orate lako on now Ufa at.d grow
strong again. Korto! ensroe sour stojll-
gas bloating heart palpitation
and all dcstiv
C. R. Run fro.
tllsordcni. Sold !)
ON SCHOOL LAND MEET-
Cpuntj Clerks Arc Objecting
to any IIorc Extra
11i9 Beckev scluol Jand bill which U
now befotc the lorislature providing
for the nblolshment of Ihe territorial
achool 'and depnrtmont and turning
the school lands of tlio territory over
r' eacn uu ami m Wl a w .
tar mun)or ot " h t0 00n I
HUer 8cn001 nia "llors. 'or wcn
lh9v infn Umw fronl "10 soho01 flina
hcr 0S!"lHr '' a8 oommlwlonow:
I1"1"1 lnat lIe co1"ty clerk who Is
Ma( "Mrrtary of tho board and re
"lrwl l0 transact tor his county (iiu
Wlr" now uonu ny ine serremry oi tus
'orsltorlal hoard shall recoho com-
" ' th wto of t-.vo dollars
nnd fifty contp (S2.B0) pec day lor oaoh
jay j)tf benrd kitfl and -U thti samu
iur ii'ijr..wu nayi sui)iii(.uai in nouui m.- duiiiu miniuur ui casus as Bockor school land bill. Mr. Hanslna
he year h& iiolng roiuiridto keep his that of the lost torm. Two of the j8 nn onthuslnst over school land mat'-
office open every Snturday for school most important oases to be ttiod are tors and Is ono cf tho boat posted men
land btisipM and alac be paid at thu the Moeks nnd Pnvls "inrder ciaos. I uiong this line Jr. tho territory. Ac-
amo rate lor eomo wMltlonnl days. ' CordiiiK to his way of flcurlnK. If tin'
nccqrdlng to the niunbei- of lessee In
ins onurij. i
The ren:sentntlve of this paper has
prepared ihe following table alter ex-
. if .... ...w....i.i.i i s iiuu'wi i
ivupua -n wen coiiiuv which sr.owa
the number of daw that the cotnmU
aioner can sit li. wieh county nnd the
number of days the clerk tan draw pav
for la oarh coenty of the to-ri'ory.
No Days No. Dav
Count v. CnnmiisHoiier.
Dewey . . .
Garfield . .
IrsBt . . .
5reer . . .
! I .ogati c
Oklahoma ..' in
HOW IS THIS?
We lead them all in Prices and Quality at
Henfro's Drug Store
We sold you goods cheap last year but vre are going to do better for you tliiB.
Come and see what we can save you if you give us a chance.
School Books and Wallpaper a Specialty.
Opposite P. 0.
l'ottawntomlo. . G
Hogor Mills .. 0
Woods . 22 92
Woodwarl .... 12 72
The county clerk can receive no fur-
tber compensation either for himself
o- cletk .lire and mttet make out an
; rases ma.ee nil transfers filo assign-
mnts. keep the mlnutos of tho hoard
nnd carry out all tb busman which
they direct deno ror tho pay allowel
him ftir thoso 8reclflc numker of daV
yrjie commi&sleaiers can draw pay for
Hie specific number of dayf. shown
nliovc ttnd no more no matter how
much of tnclr tlmo in laKor. except
that cnc'i comnilsslonii 1b irnde the
npprnlFor of school land In his com-
nisslone" district and Is allow cd fifty
cents (K0 c's.) for each appraisement
made h4hiv reciulreil to visit the land
and make a cotnpipte description of
same and an itemized list of Improve-!
nmts and to flv the rental on oncl:
No r-no vnuld ever le bothered with'
constipation If everyone knew how nnt-
nmlly and quickly nurdock Blood Bit-
ers regulates tho alcmnoJi and towels.
Moving plctuora nt tho skating rink
every night this weelt. Admission
"Miss Mary Kersey vho has boen vis
iting hor tiHtor .Mrs. Jaok Motris. loft
this morning fcr her homo in St. Louis.
Min Korsey mnde a host of friends hi
Oufhrte who will slnceiely rogrct htc
When Ycu Have a Cold.
The fi.st action when you have a
cold should bo to relieve lit Iung.
This Is bst accx)mplIihod by the free
u bu hi iiuiiuiotiiiiii s ougii Hfiuenj-.
This ltemwly liquefies t:ie tough rau-
cum and causes its oxpuUlnn from ex
pectoratlon and ojtenB tae secretions
A complete euro scon fellows. Sold
" J- N- Wallace.
Moving plcUiers at tho skating rink
every night this woek. Admission
Convene hr Guthrie Next Moo-
day Fb. 13.
The Lognn county dlsttlct court con.
vraw no .iioiiuay jod. x.u ino
grand and petit jurors wore drawn yes-
terlny and Sheriff Murphy and his
doputles will servo notices on thorn
ihlR weolt. The court docket contains
Another Case of Rheumatism Cured
oy cnamcenain's Pain Balm.
The efficacy ot Chamberlain's Pain
Balm in the relief of rheumatism is
being demonstrated dally. Parker
"ipii. "i unguis va. jwy nun
inainuenuin s rain t'aim gave mm
permanent tollef from rheumatism in
the back when everythtrg dee failed
.md he would not be without It For
Kale by J. N. Wallace.
See the moving picture at the
skating rink tonight skating as usual.
WERE MARRIED HERE.
Kansas Couple Made Man and Wife In
Probata Judge Jerry Strang marrlel
t Dairies W Younp-nrfd Mtifa Pocll A
rrt l.l f Hniio w i.f ti
"'' " " "' """'
at his office The young KenpIO. like a
groat manv cthera doslral to he roar-
Had In the 'and of tho fair god. They
left today fqr Palina wliero thw will
walto their future home.
No man mu euro consumption. You
cgn prevont It though. Dr. Wood'
Norway line Syrop eufea ooughs.
colds hronehitle sore thiOat Never
206 W. Okla. Ave.
EMMETT GREGG PROMOTED.
Has Been Made Detective cf Oklahoma
Division of Santa Fe.
Emmett Qregg who has bees local
detective for th Santa !'e for teveral
years has reeeUM wok" that h
promoted to detects c of tho Oklahoma
dMsIon of the lino. Air. Gregg win
make his headquarters In Arkansas
City and will probably move to that
place Soon. John Law who held this
position up until a few days ago lias
boen made chief watchman at Newton.
nre inalnntly relloved aad perfectly
hoalod by Bucklen's Arnica Sa'vo C
nivenbnrV. Jr.. of Norfolk Va.
wrltos: "l burnt my knet dreadfully;
that it blisterod all over. Rueklen's
Arnlcn Salve stepped the pain and
hoaled It without a scar. ' Also heaN
all wotinds and sorts. 25c at all
See the movlnat pictures nt the
fkatlng -rink tonight skating as usun".
SCH0CL BOARD MEETING.
Seml-Mqnthly Session Was He'd Last
mi.- '... .1.1. . . x.
The fiemj-mon ly inoftlnic of tho
citv sch-iol board was he.d last night
nt the Centra' schcol building. B
hides a number of minor matters
uierK warren was empowered to re-
cover the oe s.t present being usel
in the city hnll; Mrs. Rosa was em-
I UlOVOd to trtncll lilivsilfnl piiltnrn nn.l
Cnlgtnen-CB -u th-pubife sfeibols: the
gnvlnfrB ank maUer WBg Vmwl en.
t)relv ovtr 0 Ppt m am u wa8
oci(e( that tlu
Tlognn county high
school should pnv for tho loon of the
school rooms usod nt the Lincoln
Hundreds of thou-nt-ds or neonlo cm'
Holllstor's Rocky Mountain Tea as
family tonic. If taken hlir month It
will keep tho family well all iitmmo.-
If It falls get your monoy tad'- .1.7
Ask your druggist.
FAVORS BECKER'S BILL.
Noble County Leriec
Here t3 Fight
jut-hart Hnnsiiig. prosldont of tho
8choni aT1( 0t8OOB fi00iat0n ot
x(ljie county arrived In Guthrie last
nfpht. He Is huro to fi"ht for tho
worfc 0f the present commlMton wis
put into tho hands of the county
clerks and commissioners It would re-
uuce th expenses noarty ono half. Un -
aw the piefcent system tho territory
j payg irooi jzs.tii'u to ?8e.juu annually
for 'he "xneusee of the school land
commission Mr. Hnnsing
that this is exorbitant and outrageous
To sure Constipation and Uver troub-
les by gently moving tlio bowels and
acting as a tonic to the liver take
Uttla Itarly Risers. These Famous
Little Pill1- are mild pteaeont and
harmless but effective and sure.
Their universal use for many years li
n strong Tuarantee of tlioir popularity
and usefulness. Sold by C. R. Ren-
fro. wauii.r rartirvar t lI
J. McNeil Whistler the artist is
mMt parar about the service at
his table. His dishes are all of silver
tnd the napkins etc. are all of the fin-
..c aa.mask. marked In tae corner
with bis crest the famous butterfly.
KveryUcdv's Hab'e to Pchlng plloa
Rich and pior. ol I and voung terrible
itw torture they i utter Only ono sure
cure. Doan'K Oimment. Absolatoy
jfe can't fall.
We Htxve It
Crxll up Phone
and M us serve you with
tbe BEST and CLEAN-
EST Coal sold.
of Coal for a. Ton
Give the Nsw Coal
Company a tria' order.
T. F. McKENNON & CO.
314 S. Division St.
An Oddity In Cushions.
A new sofa pillow for a den Is mado
it cram colored pongee. In tho flhapo
of a meal sack. ' Tho sack is tied with
crimson rntln ribbon Just vas a meal
j sack would be and tho top is fac i
I with red so that it shows a pretty ca.
trast with tho cream colored pongee.
as -t sprend9 opcn CunnlngIJ
Jng trota the fola8 of thu top ta a
brown velvot mouse so realistic In ap-
poarance as to bo a source of much
amuBoment. a aeann oi wneat ears
a ombroldared upon the .front of tho
-For wonk digestion oolching or
tour stomach use Chamberlain's
Stomach nnd Llcr Tablets and you
will got quick relief. For salo by J.
Famous Hungarian Cheva Player.
The young Hungarian. Goza Maroczy.
the winner of toe first prize In the In-
tornatlonal chess tournament at Monte
uanu wus uuru in ioii tu cxukvu. iiu
Is the son of an engineer who has ac-
quired reputation through boring arte-
sian wells lrv tho great Hungarian
plain. Young Maroczy is at present
employed in tho engineering depart-
ment ot the Budapest municipality. Ha-
has previously won second prize la
tournments at Nurnborg at Hastings
and two years aito la London where
xskar was tho only one who could
. defeat him.
That Tickling In the Throat.
Ono minute after taking One Minute-
Cough Curo that ticking in tho throat
is gone. It acts In tho throat not
the stomach. Harmless good for
children. Sold bv O. R. Renfro.
Dried cord wood 'phono 42S
VITAL POINT NOT THERE.
" Information But Not Just What
'..ow thn "" X?"!LWmn. w.
NOW ' dows sh w a moTengagmg lot
i of the "
How To" books and essays
telling How and How to Not
How to Know the Purple Pansy When
You Meet it in tht Wood:
How to Tell tho Poison Toadstool;
When It la or Isn't Good:
How to RocQinlzo a flparrow Fight-
ing in the Gordon Dirt:
i How to Pick Out Proper Patterns fot
a Woodland Walking Skirt:
How to Keod the Shining Gold Fish;
How to Know the Cuckoo's
How to Deal With Mr. Burglar When
You Meet Him In the Hall;
How to Play at Tablo Tennis; How
to Ping and How to Pong;
How to do Artistic Fretwork; How
to Write a Funny Song;
How to Bet on Running Horses Se
You'll Surely Surely Win;
How to Walic Home in the Evening
After Losing All Your "Tin";
How to Win a Timid Maiden with a
Soft Persuasive Coo;
how to Make Her Think She's Got ta
Leave Her Hsppy Hoiro for
Though I've searched the bookshop
windows high and low from
morn till night.
I have never yet dTscoTerodt
I 10 &eu me stun i write.
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