The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 100, Ed. 1, Friday, September 11, 1908 Page: 4 of 8
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gHB LEADER gPTHBHS. OKLA. TOIDAY SEPTEMBER 11. 1908.
BY LESLIE G.
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MIUDAY. SBI'TBMIlHR. 11 1003.
k'jtjh DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN
of Nebraska. '
For Vlce-Presldenti j
JOHN WORTH KERN .
of Indiana. '
For Corporation Commissioner.-
A. P. .WATSON I
or Pottawatomie County. !
For Chief Justice Supreme Court-
ROBERT L. WILLIAMS
of Uryan County.
For Associate Chief j;it!ce. .
SAMUEL W. HAYES
of Grady County.
of Noble County.
of Oklahoma County.
of Craig County.
CHARLES CARTER 4
of Cnrtor County.
. of Comaucho County. .
For State Senate.
For Representatives Logan County"--WALT.
H. E. DERWiN
If you are going to any summer re-
sorts to remain a wcok or more have
The Leader follow you. Thono 7C.
By tho way what labor organization
nuked Judge Taft to make It a spocon
on the groat holiday?
Congressman McGuIro must hato o
losn time campaigning whon the base
ball season Is not ovor with.
Doom choap gas for tho capital city.
The. nresont prices are tpo high for
tho Wggest factory purposes.
If Judge Taft does as well this cam-
paign ns lie did when he advised de-
feat of the Oklahoma constitution he
will mako a record as a campaigner.
National Committeeman Clark HoV-
oil of Georgia says thai stain Is not
only sure to glvo Its electoral voto o
Jlr. Bryan btit that fifty Georgia
hjicalterK can be had on call from tho
"Q'raj.njAQf Urn Soujth."
That Fltst- dbJtriot BailioriiiK'of Re-
jhiblltan fhcTOriSed McGulre'sontiro
reconl and 'Ms but cauira. tp pro-i-ume
'this Includes ntrendauco tit tho
baseball gumes whon Oklahoma at-
iiiire art' up for consideration in the
rongr--.- Mrthiire went Bast to it-
ind. And 'in roriioiatlon commission
uicordiiiR i Frank Crwr neds same
Hlifiwl'in tiii-f i eVIdeiuly thinks he
.oi alii i ili" 'inorniinu rommlston
;.-. ei j in- aii is hK bids for state
'r'iilms. fait liouKh thai Ium was an
.into ia-k itio. before iii" goornor
)'. ! (1 'ha' under -laleliood only
"it- i nml ... illoupd ii -in" iupny-
s m. k
'ill i i;.iniir.i'i phmil i tmnil has at
'.iKt th .niuaili's io DKIatioma and
i lu In .iiiii linns tu llir jp pis In this
Mdlo ai-' no woric in.i'i was glvon
liat ii' whn il wnti ilecrtted lliero
should bi- a money short axe ami that
'lie p oili eip id be I might tin le-
.son itiu nan no financial rights
wortli) of reside! Of ooyrfie Jie fall-
ur pr last ytor are the dlrit raus
lP 4hc present nutehjeuoj. Out "Hue
iilumbM limul I.- .so certain of Iwlng
.ible io I'glr .ir'uirs onie Taft lb
.locted 'iii' ii is paving handsomely
io have lilt dy trine ot dlaporu" and
gu4janto 3)6iilr' lleposlt i Utlv was
brought to ThS'Torfe flvel'SftW bere'ra"
! friends exiMicU'd on account of tho
l.tbi nottlr sud 141 ratlibspTend of (htt
idea hst. csu30H the 'plunderburtd o
.idoiif the ides ot matting wild and
ieniKiratg flRlil liJifli.' iijuaiyance-
"""l BwVJBffl'""' ui 'uunfnp bo
.OK- ' W ttWarljiafwlll
li.ililHif smra1dlh people TTsk protc-
il. in agalust i)k muchlnatlons or tho
'vsieni. The pluuderbuud has how-
ever not raokoh'd with its adversary
for tho aBeitts who are to ' start tho
music" lu Oklahoma Mill all Jand In
jail the first round and there will bo
Ho second Midi. To the laity this Is
tt dull itnuu but to the gjmUemon who
arv fpadlui Ittiid QanU6r it Is psr-
tmifi). It Is plaiiio.- than light.
.......... 9 .bO
1334 B. Street S. E.
Tribune Bldg. New York.
Tho actual limit ot party feeling and
nbsahifo.jp'artlsaH bllndnosi'was at
tamed Muy" ino cniti uagier uesuny?
whpn lolbmnly vowed llVrjry John-
ston. Djjniocratlo aspirant for con-
gress 4h. tho. First district." (ls Intel
lecUialffi' Incompetent to fill tho nosl-'
lion to Avlilch ha aspires and for which.'
lie hadHtho ttnnnlmouB indorsement of
his jjawy. '
-Willie Intellectual giants are not al-
waysiho best advisers- In tho way ot
legislation and many of mediocre abil-
ity oulsjflno thotslant Intollpets lu
leglslatlVe' bodlos;j$fll tho attempt ot
tho Enid publication to assail Mr.
Johnston merltB answer without re-
gard to congress or other legislative
Ha sod on study careful revlow of
economics find ability to state n case
clearly and rise above not only mon
but tho presont. Honry Johnston has
no superior wiiiiin ine counties oi um
lahoma. in fact ono of his greatest
defects Is that ho goes too far Into
tho study of governmental sclenco
and allows his enthusiasm to carry
blm over tndbe who have tisi given n
tnousandth part of tho same time and
study to governmental topics.
A comparison ot tho mental attain-
ments or Mr. Johnston with Mr. Mc-
Gulrc would he so Inhumane and so
humiliating to McGulro that Tho
Leader a partisan paper too has no
desire to Inflict such punishment upon
the baseball enthusiast who now al-
leges representation ot tho First dis-
trict In tho congress of tho United
Stales. That Mr. McGulro has friends
aud deserves such Is not questioned
by Tho Leader but hla stoutest sup-
porter -of. common1 Intelligent! nevar
allowed his friendship tosn blind life
reason ns to surmlso nnvono would
bellovo that McGulro was more than
:t very common person who has bVon
ablo to make his political successes
on trivial mattoni and not his own
family or appointees would daro try
and toll McGulro has abilities not ablo
lo bo 'noticed In the avorago Justice
of tho poaco In tho rural districts!
54LjnJity lGnlre may or may not allege
" Hiois representing the First district
5 T another' term In congress but surely
not evon his new and strongost sup-
porters will set up tho' claim that he
U In any manner tho menial otpiat ot
Mr. Johnston; not evon for postoffico-
hope of reward.
A Uepubllcan organ for tho St. Fo
railroad says Mr. Flynn In the Stroud
dobato was dignified nnd maintained
dtsoroot deportment throughout tho
discussion preceding that BVUomont
with ono llko this:
"Turning and shaking his fist at
Haskoll Informed him that wero he
not tho governor of Oklahoma dm.
govornor of nil tho pooplo and hla gov-
ernor ho would smash his face."
Surely that Is a strango manner of
showing dignity! l'orhaps howovo.-
tho St. Fo morning organ feels that It
i getting almost in the respectable
field whon It and Its aids say nothing
worso than that of tho govornor whom
they are authorized to revllo and slaa-
der without reservation.
Wo are ovon told that such dignified
utterances as tho ono quoted "pro-
veijted it riot."
What the people of other statos will
consider dignity and preventing riot
muy differ somewhat from the official-
ly indorsed opinions of the editors of
:lie St. Fo nml coal rtust. It Is possi-
ble too that the people of Oklahoma
prefer a higher brand of "composuro
ami quiet dignity" than such mani-
fested by Mr. Flynn at Stroud. Inso
far ns Governor Haskell IS personal
ly concerned he probably cares not a
whiff what )s said of him by lite State
capital and Dennis Klynn but some-
times the peoplo of Oklahoma desire
a cessation of slanderous usoloss anil
uncalled for attempts to assasslnati
eharanej- and such unpins to us the
iVWHi piyiuu!!! u 'Vii.Jlwi'iv.
Thirty-one thousand mourners cf
me labor union voted to stand as an
'inlt fqr Mr Bryan. Of tUlsJn'umbir
atirall sjidws thai 1E000 wojro orlglnsl-
14 Dontoarai. tlio balancobelng dlvld-
eit between tha smdllBT jiartlos.
lt'18 piliei peculiar that almost all
jf ine expert financiers who managed
o accumulaie from a holt to an ontlro
JilUlLon uilollarg piwtQT& annual law
iiractlt'ia in fBur ye3r. are opposdd'
Oj5I3ovej'notflliikoll! and his priilijl"
pies oi goveriiinpiu.
No sooner had the quarantine
ignlnst the Texas tlcUs boon rulfod
ban the Honorable Cecil Lyon crossed
ho border and since that time we hnvo
men having turmoil and roubIc3 gq-
oro. That quarantine should he olthor
roailUiorlzod or the farmers and wqtk-
Jng people should shoo Lyon back to
iho Toxas bad lauds.
r (rxiutsvllle CoUrWMotirnal.)
The story allowed In a careless sort
of way to drift from Uepubllcan
sources that contributions to Repub-
lican campaign funds are coming; In
so slowly that the leaders are growing
pale In the gills is sweet In sentlmont
and superb In originality. It Is also
somber with pathos yes wo must not
overtook tho pathos. ILJs enough to
toSch'ty lfarTdestgfrnH. 1 ought to
Bring "Salt tears to uie eye ot every
humanitarian. It Is a theme for u
.poet with a lachrymose pen. It offers
.fclpfottu'slng subject for a painter with
tin eloquent ornsn. Tiitnic ot in mo
Uepubllcan campaign managers starv-
ing In the midst of plenty! The puis-
sant tru.l-bustorspf tho Republican
n'Rlmp hungering for wherewithal l3
do more of the sort ot trust-busting
i more or tne sort or trust-DiuHitig
icv have done iff tho pili$tM-oSd fo
mml no?! 'Tpftftho.arch'oneifiy jf
ujporti'cy dfrugl-bropdlng prptec-
toff unit of Jill ithinchf nhltocrhtfc
striving fdr 'oTectfdn nnd the'Tunds
with which to do It aro withhold!
"Money money everywhere.
S'or any plunk for Rumseyl"
It Is ono ot the saddest storlos ever
told. Lot tho orchestra strike up
tremulous music; lot the violin shiver
with melancholy shivering; lot tho
audience bow low with sadness; lot
tho greon lights glow softly ufon tho
depressing tableaux vlvants.
I'lty poor Cornelius N. Bliss nB hat
In hnnd and with nls tnttored ensign
wo mean garments of coiirso on
ho winds his way suppllcatlngly
among tho corporations only to ho
turned down mercllessly.i coldly sav-
agely !vfth but' a taw hundred thousand-
dollars. Heave a sigh for poor dear
AVllllnm Xolson Cromwell ns ho begs
from coaptation door to corporation
dooi. only to got tho Icy slaro and
some checks. Shed n tear shed two
jcai'S for T. Colo Diil'ont the paupor
head-tit 'Uio powtler': trust; who eVen
now is being chased by the attorney
general as a malefactor as ho be-
seeches alms oiily to got a kick n ml
a merO' 'million. Lot your sorrow bb
nnconflnc.i for Brother Charles who
flits from plutocrat 'to plutocrat '.i
his appealing way to be cussed and
stocked with onlj lucre. Weep for the
Onllost George Runisoy htmsolf the
leader of the sufforlng pauper bri-
gade as he slinks from pillar to post
asking for money and receiving noth-
ing but silence cold potatoes nnd
stocks of gold.
"Oh It was pitiful near a wholo
cllyful funds they had none." "Come
rosf In this bosom my own stricken
dear." "For some must weep whllo
othors pray so runs tho world away."
"And who killed Cock Robin? !' said
the Sparrow 'with my bow and arrow;
I killed Cock Robin.' "
The Republicans' hard time 13 tho
most poignantly distressing thing of
the the t
Kvldontly all Joint debates nro off.
Why does not Bird McGulro take on
a debate with Haskell.'
The High Seas of Space.
It wtyjneur- n hm)dred yenrs .aftor
A law of gravltyciVas dlsobvctcd
Komothlug that was an plain ns that
two and two make four before a bal-
loon was built and We considered tho
sclenco of aeronautics entirely now.
Yet when I made nn nsconslon In Slnm
bofiro tho crown prince In Bangkok
I wni much interested In learning
there that a man hnd In tho soventh
fnritnrv nn n ltiiltnt nnnnulnn fllint In
tho colobration of the halt-cutting f fI.aBWng.toiBfiraVaLV..J!Mvo
the' Crown prince whose hair Is ft6vWrftmiica' 'IK'r ' l
cut until he conies ot ago) made a
logceut In a parachute so I concluded
thrtt our "inventions" are not so new
I am led to bellovo that within tho
next qunrtor of a century great things
will be nchlovod in tho line of aerial
navigation and that wo shall have not
only airships for rich men's pleasure
but that thoy will also bo utilized at.
a means of transport for both passen-
gers and goods utilizing a right of
way In tho sky and tho "high seas" of
tho Infinite space. Thomas l Bald-
win In National Magazine.
O QUAKER MEDITATION3. O
tlom The Philadelphia Kacord)
Coats milk should mako strong but-
ter. It's a square deal whan tho cards go
Evon amiable pooplo may be at cross
IC Is better to make your mark than
to bo one.
With the unsuccessful noronaut hla
'nlrshlju Is a soar object.
No man can stand In his own light
Without casting n shadow.
Kven In buckwheat cakos tho bat-
tor doosn t always mako a lilt.
A woman can't always gain hor point
when he tries to sharpen hor pond!.
No Maude dear; for children's mit-
tens don't go to tlio kid glovo counter.
For tho last two nights cf tholr en-
gagement the popular Emory company
hae saved two of tholr Vat plays and
wll .present "Our LIUlo Widow" to-
Jleht Wlh Mtjis I?h$ll8 Dayo ns tho
.wlilow. )ind.some fltteou-ifidslcal iium-
bors will be Introduced. On Saturday
night "lorry's Troubloa" will bo the
play also with fifteen singing danc-
ing and musical hits. '
OOOOOOOOOOOO op o O O
O ' I I I ' ' Q
O BACHELOR REFLECTIONS..f0
O ' O
OOOOOO CO O O O O CO O O O
(Prom The NowYorH rrfla)' ft.l
The' i trouble "With' sart!iE1iik)nov is
ybu'hhvt to 'lend 'tt m sonlftbday who
A man .wants his wife's clothes to be
becoming; she doosn't care whether
ihey uro or not; If thoy ire stylish.
There's nothing women can argue
morn about than what coldr the bab'a
hair Is when It haa'A any at all.
A map can never understand a wo-
tnan puough to understand' why sno
cries when thero isn't a ror.sou tor H
and doesn't when thero is.
O v O
O RANDOM SHOTS. O
OOOOOO OOOOO OOOOOO
The statement that millions ot mi-
crobes llvo on the sidewalks and the
pavements of all cities docs not an-
ply to Guthrie for when our lovely
street sweeper starts downanati)lKc!0
inns uuwuuuqgiiKc .:o
nd the chargeM3fanSlMtqft . Math: UHovSI Terrible. !
artors. And well. ln-WhlUrlTnLusifn .... f0r OYlaltSmfl.1
microbe will stand
fly for safor quart
deed. Is IKthat piir-allolrBpnt of ml- I
r r'LTt.t. l(ii .
nre'so' tuoiigntiui' else we 1
would havd a piiguo
There Is no reason why Oklahoma's
forests may not bo preserved with
.little expense. ..Tho tlmo to protect
the forests Is at the very beginning
it thf v
nnp uy reason far tni.i all property
Utonors nro stmlj'ngithe.tiueatlonas
it may bo nppllfd iff Okmhoma.
Is not a trust paper and wants little
ot politics; In fact Insists tho nay
wont of theblllft owed- by the two'
county central committees would bo
tho host politics the hydra-headed Mc-
Alcstor paper could find Just now.
Tho Kansas City Journal seotfti to
think the fight against Speaker Can-
non "don't' nniount to nothln'" but
wishing to ho polite It calls on Presi-
dent Gompors to cease the work ho
has mapped out.
Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Ro-
ward for onicise of. Catarrh that can
not be eurtM'hy Hall's C.-itarrli Cure'.
P. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O.
W". tho undersigned Jiavo kliowu 1
J. .Clwney fdE tho last 15 years nnd
bnllovo him' rterrectly honorable In all
business transactions and financially
ablo to carry'out any qbllgatians mado
WALDINO KINN'AN & MARVIN
Wholesale Druggists Toledo O
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken intern-
ally acting directly upon tho' blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials hent free. Prico 7fi cents
per -bottle Kohl by all Druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti-
O MUCH IN LITTLE. (J
Most ot tho conventions aro ovor
nnd the man who controls 'all 6f our
section" will have to renew his armor
and stnrt forth on the great semi-annual
The mmnlnln! fli.it Mm Vif.nlo a..
tiplfig too maijy hundred dollar bills'
can not b fcttflfled'at tills stool.
Western .Oklahoma expects the
Canadian Grand -Trunk tracks to bo
built down through that 'section.
After Oklahoma sells hor apples and
cantaloupes the other states can movn
their next best articles to the marl?et.
Tho Onthrla summer .jmd autumn
riion.1 ...in .tW?tal.. 1... XA. ...i .C..
who wish tojrehialu whore.the weather
fo fli.n vll'.. iL. ..ii.. t - in I
'" "" un "i uiu fcur nuu ns won
purchaso a 1161110 'and got .busy hero
in the groatost city of the greatest
county In tho groatost stato of tho
greatest nation on earth.
That Alasfcan wheat discovered at
O VAGRANT VERSE. O
THE CASE OF HIRAM PETTINGILL.
Slost curious man I ever knew was
Ho rati for office hero one tlmo against
Campaign was hst. I tell yott what; J
tnero wn$ni none couiii say
Which sldo was llkoly to git in; hut
Hiram won tlio day.
Most curloiisiati I ovor know; was
long and lanlVoml lean
And when ho staVtod lu to run bis past
wns ck'af and clean; f
He made a lot of promises a common
thing you know;
Tho candidate must promlso well who
hopes to sand a show.
Most curious man 1 ovor know; when
Hiram had got lu
Ho done Just what ho said ho'd. do If
ho'd the luck to win;
Kept every promise that ho'd mado;
but' lot nfo toll the nnd;
Ho sorvei ono term and then got out
with not a sluglo friend.
S. R KIS13B.
O GLOBE SIGHTS. O
. . . . (From Tbo Atchison Globe.)
Somo peoplo might as well bo craz;
they have no sense.
An humble lovor often makos a very
Tress notions are as easy to obtain
as letters of i-ocommoiidatloii.
Gonerally the dearest things aro
those which aro advertised free.
A girl always likes to create .Uio
impression that hdr rolattvoa a're rloli
bltlou but onljf.a few had apljcatlou
A jpsyi eanU toll tbp rw so truth
'tuilN ;lur a ealoUsonian oan't to'd
W Wf m'
war v.s3oHwfBtmilbo 'a
swlfi smoi'u.oss noiseless craft lying
low in tin- wnfor wlta every vulner-
able part below the water line the en-
tire dt 'Ii bo ng glvoa over to the work
of tho sunn. In ihe nlfihi time Ciore
will be nothing tc betray the presence
Of this Invincible fighting demon to
the enemy. This Is the prediction of
norualiieal experts f the navy and
ncepied by almost all naval author!-
i tltw of tho present pprlod.
O SLAPS AND SLAMS. O
Can Not Answer.
Why was that dead dog loft on the
street this morning? Klhgflsher Mid-
get.. ntv and other Kansas nolhTS-rrAlftu
-. a .v ji i .
pioneer. r .
Going to Whack Our Pocketbooke.
It" Is said" a coal famine Is threat-
ened. Shuwnoo News.
?.Who Said So?
itor Owen Is npL safp
. Pomu (jfyy wHirigf.
(Russell Too Independent. - r
The fight S. 1). Itussoll is w;
against McOulre shows the Democrat
ic foot -oc IndepondoncoOklanomn
Safeguard (colored).. .
But Jealous All the Same.
Kansas Is as good as Oklahoma.
Cotters! Is Bad. ' '
Judge Cotter al no doubt had lo do-
cldo for tho Jim Crow law but It Is
bad. Perry Tlmos
CAMPAIGN POLITICAL COMMENT.
That' "rogue elephnnt.'' WUllnm ltan-1
dolph Hearst who represents a certain
tendency towards 'liydrophoblne dema
gogy has recently attacked i.Govornor
Haskoll In speeches which ho fs now
making agalust Democracy. Which
boiig interpreted proporiy moans
first that Oklahoma's govoriior has1 bo-
come ono of tho national loaders ot
j'liiiuwiui; aim eiui.uiii( . miul i
decotit sorU of mmi -JloaWi wti
In thorough sVmpathy'fth'fl'n tti
Democracy; and. second that ho Is a
' From Lhe way Inwhldh'tSc natlbnuf
Ilupublicau party has turned looso
tholr dogs of war tho "Outlook" for
nu example it Is evident that a new
and powerful figure has made Its ap-
pearance In national Democracy.
"no right flfty-ono times out of a
hundred." says James J. Hill tho most
rugged figure In tho history or rail-
1 road building of the world "and all
whl bo well. "Mistakes says an-
other famous man. "aro made only by
the man who does things never by him
wha does nothing'1 .Ye who -would
Judge remember woll the two tru'hs
"Senator Flynn" tfays antobsequIov.s
Republican organ "will open the elab
orate campaign." They referred to the
first gathering of tho Kaymondltes
etc. at Mtmkogee to attempt with "hot
air" to float tho Creager balloon.
"Light-trust" Flynn has "opened" so
many other questionable "deals" that
he Is eminently tho fittest person to
start things at Muskogee.
' Frnnk"I..fln Is an assistnnt United
'States attorney. He recontly wroto an
nttacl: on tho Oklahoma state guar-
anty law. The Kansas City Journal
published tho ultack. The article In-
stantly took first rank ameng the
"faho" storlos which ambitious fiction-
writing correspondents have within
the last five years sent to out-of-tho-
I state papers from Oklahoma. It Is un
derstood that tho odltqr o tnc UKians-
ma City Times is contemplating re-
signing in favor of Mr. I.ee. Wo print
this biography with pleasure being al-
ways roady to recogufzc genius.
"Hammer Haskoll Uho h " says
Cocil Lyon to Dennis Flyifjl nnd Busby
and McGulro. And fcrthwlth tho Re-
publican press bureau liejins nianu-
"Never tell a lie until yoij can provolotior rtoso By this tlmo wo wore al-
" nr.1.1 n tn ... 1 r. n n 1Tmilll.llr.nt1 Ufllfripf .. r a . .
iti" said n prominent Hoplibllcan editor
of the stato at ono tlmo In coaching ono
of Ills subeditors. We commend the
rulo to tho llopubllcan pr'oss buroau
"Villlfylng. Flnn" Is. tho caption
ovor a llopubllcan dopo story i g-iug
around. And how the dlckons could
you vllllfy "LIglit-tnist" Flynn? You
can't paint black anytlarkeiv-
Tho Tulsa World says that bonds
bearing tha Oklahoma postmark can
not' bo so1!. For a pleco of 'deliberate
slander this can net bo oxcollua. Tulsa
within tho last fow months sold $260-
000 bonds at two and one-half per cent
above par. " '
Thore seoniR to bo a natural affinity
between tho Kopubllcan Varty and
traitorous Domocrats Hko Henrht.
Hlrds of a foalhor
Thero liavo boon moro promising
young men ruined by being promoted
t-o quickly than by nover having a
chance. Wo commend this to the
young man who Is nt tho bend of that
moasrol publication the Oklahoma
Nominated because of Raymond's in-
fluonco among tho negrooa ot mo
Tilnl district "Puppet" Creager Is
collecting fUiuls to lit. hi this negro voto
for tho November election.
To be1 a tool Is bad but to' be a tool
of'a man HlioJudge lUymomu irca-
ger; wop5- rffally sorry foryou.
BRYAN COUNTY BONDS.
Duraut. Qkln Sept. .10. Tho Jeffer-
Knn Trust comiiauy haa nurchasejl the
.'.Mrxnn. couoiy school bonds. PJ'!S
i.jjoior mqj.iipmip ; w V9 "v
JPfr-Miui aw. numi. wmw.w. '-
.ilfOm-HmIJl!inuJii--w vuii-iiiob . . ; r
sue Is for 435.000.
JOEL HORSE WON
ST. LEDGER STAKES
Dorcaster Sopt. 10. Tho St. Ledger
Stakes or sivty-flvo hundred sover-
Olgns about on mile six furlongs
nnd ono huudrcd thirty-two yards was
won yostorday by Your Majesty
owned by J. II. Jool.
foy! Infants! and Children-1
""""''-''. ' I' '""" flint
iZlnd Tort nnv? AiwnyffBouyliii lns lionui tltcf Riciia
- 1 a -
turo of Clias. II. lIotclicr nml
personal Hitporvislan for over 00 years. Alloiv no ouo
to deceive you in tills. CotmtcrfeltH ImitnUon.-t nijil
.TiiAtiirrnnr1 ' firrt lush T!vn.t-litntilA. iitil ..iiil.itt.ri... 41
Jft Ifnlth of Clillilrci; Kxpericnco utilnst Experiment.
f The Eiiid. S"ouvHave Alwavs Bought:
y Soars tlio Signature of
In Use For Over 30 Years.
TMf CtNTm COMfN TT MUHMT tTlftT Ntw TOIW ITV
A STATUE OF FREE CUBA.
Monument Twenty-fotir Feet Hioh New
Completing in Rome for Havana.
(From Jie Now 'York Times )
It'onie Next ttOntlftjwill bo ast in
Vronzc the last remaining section of
one or the haii(ltfoiiiqsfiiKniimbnta -f
modern Italian sjrt' foitlp fcew World.
Jt is the statue of "Free dba" Which
uiUstariit In front ot tlioiuionuniont to
tho Cuban patriot Jose Marti execut-
ed hero by tio' Sicilian sculptor Shlva-
Tho wholo monument wjil b twenty-
four feet high. Marti stnmls holillhg n
book In his right hand with the Inscrip-
tion "Cuba 1-lbra." 'Bolow Marti Is a
statue representing the liberation of
Cuba n mngnincont mine woman
standing with arms outstretched after
having broken the chains ouservltu.ile
fiehlr-1 hor rises tho Cubah 'flar. and
on both sides of the base otitic m-uiu
niont there nro high reliefs' one of
which represents tho hero when still
a youth being mado. prisoner and
taken to Sjialn and the other fulling
dead whllo ho fights.
It Is expected that 'tho monument
will be In Cuba at tho end of tho year
and will bo unveiled 4 'j. Havapu In
.Innuary 1000 on the -anniversary of
oso Martl's birthday.
Soncr Qucsatta tho Cuban minister
nt ' Washington who. oa mo to 'Rome
"with his wife and children party to
see the monumont. cabled hi i annroval
to his govornmont. Ko has uowloftj
hero for Venice Trieste Flur.io ud
Genoa whence ho will sail for Barce
lona to complete bis mlssirn 011 ciul'
A Traveling Man's Experience.
"I must tell you my ovpcrlchce on
an Kast bound O. It. & N. IT. It. train
from Pendleton to I.e Grande. Oro.
writes Sam A. Garber p yalL known
traveling man. "1 wasiln the smoking
department with some oilier trn cl-
ing mon when ono of them wont out
into tho coach and came bav'k and
said 'Thoro Is a woman sick Unto
death "In tho car. 1 at once gbt up
and wont out. found her vory 111 with
cramn colic: her hands nnd arms wero
drawn up so ou could not stralghton.
mom ana witn a ucatmiKc iook on nsr
faco. Two or three ladlos were work
ing with her and glVlhS'libi- -whisky J
I. wont to my sun case nr.ci gor-iny
bottle of Chamborlaln's Colic. Cholera
uuu Liiirniut-ii iieiiienj ii nuver iravi 1
without It) ran to the water tank
.... r. ilr.l t iln.A nt .1... ...Aillnlh.. I.. '
IUL .1 lllflliU UUBV VI till? J1ICU11 1(U 11
tho gltss poured some water Into It
nnd stirred It with a poncil; then I
had hulte a time to get the ladies to
let mo give it to her hut I sucreedod. I
I could at once sec tho offer t and I '
worked with hor rubbing hor hands.
nnrl In twflntv mttmlaa 1 i:ivo Iiai nn-
most into i.e uranue wnero i was to
loavo the train. I gave tho bottle m
tho husband to be uspd In case an-
other dose should be needed but by
tho tlmo tho train ran Into Lo Gramle
sho was nil right and I received the
thanks of every ppssenger In the car"
For sale by C. It. Itenfro.
The Guthrie Business University
Incorporaed under tho laws if Oklahoma and you are protected. Enter
any time. The Groatost Shorthand School In tho world. Our students aro
learning shorthand In SB4 days and telegraphy In two mouths. We teach
quickly and thoroughly. Bookkeeping. Shorthand Touch Typewriting
I'ontuntiBhlp. -Telegraphy fdr It. . operator. Civil Service Ad. Writing IL 11.
Accounting. Higher Kngllsh and Mntheinntics. WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY
for Government Positions. Every toachor an expert. Finest ponman in Hio
state. Take your bUBlnosa coui-to at Guthrie -the Capital of tho vw so
you can set- a High Salary Position as soon as you graduate. It costs but
little more to attend a first class collegi-. It means an lucrcahii of flu to
j'-O to your wiliiy.
Uiw Departmout Chief .Jnstleo P.. I.. MUIitr.j Is Doan nt tho Law
Pcpaiimci.t. Aeaoclatf Justice Ji-sse J. Ohm-. Matthew J. Kane. S. W.
Hayes John H. Turner and .Jnd-je John II. Colteral IT. S. District Judge
Swc!al Lecturers Judge l-awronce Referee (n HanUruptcy; Judge A. H.
Huston Judge of Hhurlrt Couu; Hon. C. G. Hornor and Hon. Horace Speed
The 11 monibors of ilu liar Commission will ho Invited to niako
Special Lectures Tw-i years' course. Degree I.I. I).
Write for large free catalog.
W. A. Gl'LLEDGE A M.. LL B. Pros.
k ." fw(
To South and. Southwest Texas first nua third
I Tuesday of 'o'ajch. nipnth..
information as to tickets
i ' ; -. t
promptly given on uiquivy.
J. H. FUNK
Immigration. Agenr p G-4hr1c Okla
Seherill BWf. Jlomrf 1-2' X'Jiono No. 487.
lum liccu iiiado iiikIih Jil
AN UNSELFISH HERMiT
'Tis sometimes good to bo nlono
Deep thinker i frequently affirm It
To soi'k some sipt rtfar unknown
And dwelt there as a very hermit
J ' ' "A' '
For m fin m)Vat all JncllneJ-
Ta frowti" on folUs who go irj hiding
Thi'Vo IhTfiiSturo a tired mind.
Or toscan.e n world too chiding.
indeoil 1 think that loneliness J;
JiisTlead of as somo ay. distressing
is often truly more or less ''
A source of comrort and a blessing.
But I'm ns se'.fish wight and so
When Jim alone I so preparoIt
I linvo.nNirown-cyod lass 1 itiibw
Along with me to sharo It. "
ulrtkeney Grav in Soptoniber Alnslee's.
Constipation. Sour Stomach Sick
Headache. Malaria Biliousness. Tor-
pid I.lvcr and Jaundice are quickly
j'ollfvoil and permanently cured by
Father Williams' Indian Herb Tablets.
They act directly ot the Liver and
Digestive organs causing perfect as-
similation nml Dlgcstiou of tho Food.
Cleanses tho 'Stomach Itcgulates the
Bowols. They are enly 20 cents per
box. and your mouey cheerfully re-
funded If not aswO'represont them.
por salo'by J. N. .yallace.
jj : : ': ' - -
Sunday Sep ISll.
Lecorrvtt & FUsher
(lorgeous Scenic Production
Prices $1 75c and 25c
Seats On Bale at Post Oflico
Write or aU for literature
ami routing of game willtio
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