The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 105, Ed. 1, Thursday, September 17, 1908 Page: 4 of 8
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TEE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLA. THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 17 1003. '
im DAILY LE ADJSR
BY LESLIE Q. NIBLACK.
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TELEPHONES 75 AND 69.
.- MONDAY SEPTEMBER li 1908.
WILLIAM JENNINdS BRYAN
For Vice-President. A
.IOHN WORTH KERN it
Rw ' ! '
STATE TICKET. .
For Corporation Commissioner.
A. P. WATSON
d of Pottuwutomio County.
For Chief Justice Supreme Court."
ROBERT L. WILLIAMS
of Dryau County.
For AssoclaJe Chief Justice.-
SAMUEL W. HAYES
of Grady County.
HENRY S. JOHNSTON
of Noble County.
ot Oklahoma County.
Third District. '
of Crale .County.
ot Carter County.
Fifth District. -8COTT
of Comanche County.
OKLAHOMA LIQUOR QUESTION
Throughout the entire United States
the forces for anil attain' the Hale of
lljimr nro at war and It Is only fair
td state that the rank partisans of each
side aro its a rule as unfair toward the
other as It Is possible to bo.
In general It may bufltflttiLtJiat the
slates voting out tho licensed TEflbotv
soliloiu latum to the old inauner of
selling whiskey and there Is not the
slightest reason to believe that a
saloon wllf'over again legally transact
bUHlritars fii the state of Oklahoma.
'Pherc-fls a great deal more than
toInTornnco In this pIiubo of the ensd;
one of which In that when the saloons
were with us there wero too many
fcnlflon kcop'eYs- Indulging In political
gajiies ami -to 'Often good men went
totlefent becadsb' thoy were In favor
ofjjiuaklng; tho jaloon keeper '-'keep
wRlilfr the llmltnllonB of the law mf
O SLAP8 AND SLAMS. O
O . O
For State Senate.
For Representatives Logan County-n
H. E. DERWIN '
If you aro going to nny summer re-
sorts to remain a weelc or more have
Tho Leader follow you. Phone 75.
Also a He:
That text book story
However tho tflxt
change no votes
book lies will
Haskell challenge to Klynn ami Mc-
Ciulro still holds good.
THOSE HIGH TAXES.
One ruso left to lmll Ii1n.il itomUiit-
can Workers Is to have thorn gntjidnln
crowds and "discuss" tho tax rate that
Is to "confiscate" property because of
"Democratic nilsrulo and extrava
Originally this program was started
by tho nowepapur correspondents Mr.
Norrls has on his pay roll but that.
wus round to bo "too hot to handle
and tho mission was loft to the Indi
f Wednesday a Republican 'candidate
for office in a loeql colored harbor
hop wont on to relate that ihc a!-
soesud valuation of hl Ixigau count
farm had been IiictousCil rrom $l.coo
lo $5100 Ho made no attempt t'i o
plain that wo are now listing properly
for taxation at it's full sale vu'.'io and
under tho former rule It was Hover
listed for ii thiid that mini. Hut what
tills candidiito for office did not lehilo.
was the sum total or taxes lie wllllbo
called oi to pay he did not relate
that his state taxea on that laud will
ho loss for this year than last.
If ho know as one should bofoie be-
viimlttg a critic ho was unfair to his
audlonco It being easy to boo he Was"
casting bait for votes. On tho assump-
tion ho did not know. It Is kindergar-
ten he should seek not official posi
In all states tho old systom.of. list-
ing property for taxation at a fifth of
tho cash value; In fact any amount
leas than the salo valuation is rapidly
going out of custom. Wo.llt too; that
this Is true frr whoro tho assessor
cuts down the values tho taxos mount
proportionately in tho other direction.
$pd tho Invostor who prosupios the
tax is on tno inn valuation steers
eloitr of a atato with so high a tax
The candidate who was bo learnedly
discussing the high taxes c f the pros-
lent Oklnliomn purlod unwittingly ad
mitted he was somewhat hardened
when the assessor Is about. The mat.
who nwoars that his property Is worth
tt thousand dollars when It is worth
J half or twice that amount makes a
rojeord tfQ ;iie will envy and our friend
adiiiltvOd ho felt that his properly had
always bSen listed too low prior to
this year; this too. after considering
the fact of not taxing on tho full valu-
ation. And his attempt to mislead
rim nitiniinmii Timn illetil savs nnt!t'8 "ot llavl"K tho same time or op-
A?WaWmA? wrtumiy to -ocnro Information shows
celvod $8000 Ir'm the Dick T. Morgan ' ' Wlng other to get the
. uuil'iMb" mull
The Republican piea Is much per-
turbed over the- IJrjnii fund whlca
iiimut from tbo people. There Ib no
poiturbatlon over tho Taft fund. Why?
Honrv 8. Johnston In his speeches
over 'hi First district 1b showing up
clearly the unvvorlhlneus or one Ulrd
MtCluirt The people evidently take
stock in Johnston's statement thoy
know he u telllug the truth. This Is
vldnil t the great crowds which
u-ej h DiMiiorratlc candldato. Thus
mr SUiGim. imt been unabto to drum
up tin one uudieuet
I'e. uli.ii oiulltlons conti ot ihc
ote nf ilroua (hi m ai It luib
llt'B ill I'Olil) of thi pi opli ilowu
then i i ihihIhIiii thfn ai!ilunh foi
ilic 1 ii 1 1 tit ti I pal I' in nail n.il atlui
ti.intinii and hoptpg ioi s atalionil
'i'hev haw made thai uu d-i rt a
tcrtil' and and the mi 1 1- of tau
ilglhlllllll.il IMItH of I'l ll IlltOI uio
nuw lai in xi ehs ! hi- total r--muii
! .no ulaic idi'o I'd i the
I nl'i.i -a. i- h') Okl ni n i an I Call
loiTii i t 'i' If I the -U iiihoid Tne
mill -. l:iwslv tl It- - mil plaleaub
ut ViUimii jlclj i i m n.t.iut ly In
n t tum tn 'In toll ni 'In- iiiilnidual
ami .-ii i ilnubliiiig .1 ti'ii' 1 com
mei i' ti n i ' thu im '-nuiiy du-
nilWli if In Wui lil bm tlie Re
imfjtii in iiidio.ii) it WuKliingion
lit v1 u t tm appeai-- Im bTatt'hoiMl
and oi i i i".ii i)i'r.
A mm. hhuuld pi nt ii OManqma
Yea arii i M.n i be 'irrit'iiy ql Ukla-
lion i i in i bo :efg' d delegate flf
Iti puti. i tn lailh In uiiK.i'iii lioplMg
li ir !!( 1 1 iiiotiiiizei .ui'i ii wa not
iiiiti i li. in iuoi iiii.- wi''' Uio fjul'fljtltut;
ihj' v won that
HUGHES THE SPHINX
if Governor Charles E. Hughes was
flj'od with pleasure because he secured
tho beeond nomination for governor of
N'ew York his statomont to the proas
doos not aliow It; nor Is there mesHage
from the Empire stato slating ho had
even smiled at the gift of (he Now
York ltdpibllcan. Ui(t uoVon years
out or rao law gcuool wnere ho lectur-
d to the pupils this man haa broiigltt
down tlie Insurance trjist tho race
tnieH jruit. and yhlpped l'rodonj
H"0eeU until tlio proaldent really
uliliiipeied for someone to aid him lit
the attempt to deenpltatu the Xuw
No mummy wa over more silent on
i he times than Governor Hughes! No
one ever accubed him cf relatlpg his
plans to friend or foer he him ngver
paricd from his convliftloijH inuljithat
ie nevrr wiyro (B"a eerttyrttj'. Ho
is great becatise lie I calm and "be-
cause of an extraordinary ability to
nee the weakness of his follows
Whether he will be able to continue
as he lias since coming into the lime-
light. Is a topic for refloctloii. Hut ho
is a new and wholly distinct type in
Anierimn politic. The heneflelary of
the reform agitation an oarthiiialui
i on Id tun Hgiute him; strikingly sen-
sational In his sudden attacks lie
never refera lo vlctcrlen or defeats
after they are through and at thin
time he seems muster ot tho tiolltlcal
niUiatlQii in the East.
thd land. It Is Only the saloon liian
fooling his own people when he un-
dertakes to father a -movement to le-
submlt the Honor question the vast
majority ot the voters being opposed
to the plan and ns the days pass this
Sentiment will Increase rather than
drift tnwatd the Ud licensed saloon.
Thoro aro so many reasons for Mils
an ordinary nowspapor arttclo will not
permit of enumeration but ono leading
cause Is that tho boys do not loaf In
tho saloons and aetpilre vicious habits.
Tho drlnjtor at 'the club must over
subscribe to certain rules the most
prominent of whici Js that the mem-
ber has to restrain self and failure to
flo so losk's ilcnllJdrshlp. i Tlyit the
man -nhfi'was accdstonicit to thrco
drinks each day 1iaa them and will con-
tlnuo to hnvo them is not denied by
pruqtlc' mull; nor. Is it otlitjr than
Hlmplo" truth lo admit the wholesale'
liquor t'ualer flourishes better under
laws prohibiting no licensed xnloojt.
Hut tlie largo cost of keeping tiie pcae
does not ensue; nor la tho tumptation
so general and bo well advortlied.
The busfneaH men make tho politics
of r.ny slato; unintentionally making
;ind.' unmaking ads ot legislative
bodies and ale first responded to in
executive quarters. This Is due lo thu
fact the business man of average In-
telligence Is working 'hard to Increase
the trade territory of hia town and ho
seldom has an axo to grind when ho
speaks on public matters. A body of
Iptolllgcut leiall liUHlncsK muii of a
eiiy can liigiiiuu nny poiaiotii party
Into a course of action and never la
the minister the attoruoy or editor far
removed fiom such lino when the
crucial mumont' uiiH'cs.
Of tho piesont situation tlie radicals
cairuecO'iilpllsU 'Utile on olllior side of
tho case. The man who thinks ho can
aid the saloon cause by ridiculing fail-
ure to enforco the law at Oklahoma
City Muskogco or any other cltyv is
blind to the actions of men No city
Is so fortified as to be ablo to live
down n reputation for lawlessness and
continued failure to enforce the prohi-
bition enforccnieat clause will scpner
or later attract the business men
men who will protest against the con-
tinuation of selling liquor without con-
tributing something In the way ot
revenue toward tho maintenance of the
heal government and tho violators will
reap the crop of tares thoy sow with
heavy Interest on each coupon.
Eacii tiiuo tho radical Prohibitionist
seeks to annoy those who order liquors
lor themselves fn.ni outside points ho
drives a nail In the coffin of Prohibi-
tion; llketvlyo tho saloon advocate who
works toward fnllure to enforco the
law agiliiBt bootlegging lids the cause
of Prohibition and Increases tho lack
of respect the conservative man may
havo for the liquor traffic.
It Is but the old Htory of the average
man liking a square deal and open
controversy. The majority of tho peo-
ple havo the light t say whother or
not (hero shall be saloons and open
sale of whlskoy and so long as that
right Is not driven into the realm of
tho crank Who wishes to forbid hfs
neighbor nt his homo having thiuo
.things which the atorosald nelghbqr
wants and does not disturb others in
using tho majority will fVnd all acn
alblo falr-mlndod men and women
ready to maintain tlie will of the
If. as Is not now true in this (State
t"it pooplo think that bakona are. bona'
ficlal to tho majority they will coino
In "good season without aid frbni .those
So Did Pontius Pilate.
Anyhow JVlr. Sherman will leave a
name remembered lunger than his
"drUldjWOuisas- City tfburnal.
Making it Eatto Slide? J
Come to think tr It Taft can fail
an'd f Kaunas still prosper Tupoka
Haskell Must Change.
Wo aro disgusted with Haskell.
Wo caufprhvv the tariff has aided
slmio people. Carthago (MhaqurU
PreSS. " if'
o o ooooooooooooooo
O MUCH IN LITTLE. O
While numbers add strength as n
rule yet no man Is willing to add to
the tw: In a love expedition "
Mahy exports on finance are at
ranging to stnml off tho coal dealer.
oiW folks oaii guide. ttiij govern-1 Ypiwdl nolu-yft
itstinf4ltbue mfJetIiUi'plow lilulo i '."O "fbt'Apii
ht"Vt;RYDOI)Y CN WAV
ll 11AIK NUW aft t'i
Vvnil wcpkurandii'ii. Im It re
II nofu-alrtai kf-d inti
g5 towhinla tu- afidilo trees.
Kansas "Republicans' think more of
the iarty nnnKTltuIn the platfoJti of
t Speaker Caiiflflileau awoar iiRj.lmii
hl qwir. bubjJLie lOome taking caVo &h
MMSt rtilojt political fences. K JJI
Oh Yes He's Bluffin'.
If Pulton Is bluffing and does net
want to meet Morgan as tho Republi-
cans claim wh not accept tho chal-
lenge and call the Diuixr Wo;dward
Wants Hains to Be Wise.
The Tonncssec man advising Halns
to commit sulcldo must have read tho
Thaw trial. Atlanta Journal.
"Yaller"' Volcanic-Expelled Gas.
Mr. Hearst Is still spouting smoko
and lava In his sOlf-lmposod fask of
defeating Mr. Ilryan. Dallas .Nbvs. ' '
Sccmc to Be the Idea.
Is i to be understood the Republi-
cans of Oklahoma ask outsiders to ac-
cept their doctrine because they sue
Governor Haskell in lieu of disputing
3ils constructive economic Ideas?
r-jluiubra iXSouth CarqltnaJ State.
How to Get Strong.
P. J. Daly ot 1217 W. Coiibiosk at.
Chicago lolls of a way to becomo
strong: He say: "My mother who
Is Old add was very feeble is d"rlMiig
so much benefit from Klectrlc Hitters
Hut I feel Its my duly to ten tmisu
who need a Ionic ami strongtlieuliig
medicine about It. In my inollier's
caso a marked gain In flesh has re-
sulted Insomnia has been ovcicome
and .ie is steadily gr.nvlng alionger."
lOloeirlc ' Hitters quickly remedy
stomach liver and kldquy complaints.
Sold under guarantee at C. It. ltonfro's
drug sloro. f)0c.
O COMMUNICATIONS. O
Some of the Oklahoma west side
farmers think more of aid towaid ir-
rigation than how tho fleet officers
danced at Melbourne
Alfalfa Is the paramount question
in several Oklahoma counties.
llroom corn at $70 per t6n is i mes-
senger for comfort and mortgagelcss
quarter sections of the dry bolt.
O WHAT EDITORS ARE SAYING O
O - O
tliorouglily olworbfj li tin w
mid the limr Boun slii lii
eiTccU of its uomlrrlu'li ex
Inrarnlingnnd lilr roJ' u '
(iifalilfcs. It.4 nlriiHiiiil and
posy 1(7 UQ'-impK apiiiv
Tffio Tlie sobli and liair
celi daf uftlll'tlie
liair bett'ns lo grow
tlwn two or llirop
limes n weolt till
desired rcsiilu are
A lady frun Calitorrua writes
in substnnce as follows
1 Um hrcn mlntf your vi miliar
ful hilr Ionic for ne.eral motuiiR
anil allaal lam nnirlitriisean lui a
ureoitrHlnrlie.hi KiipTb tbe
br&lil U over a luetic around
Another from New Jersey-
Aftrr UKliiit ulit'i IkiIi I
am liuppy to my that 1 it r a
nli-c a haail or luilr as anvouti til
radicals who see not beyond thoir own
Jmtocdlato aiipetllus-fpr"ceftllV things
nnd U rnis of govornmont.
Put tho llquo? question before the
' ui a i' ii n'i an iiisiie
I at '
uf a i i i' i on
fioorti.er Camion- coti ifn iehimrtriS
ueatwA? from hll frlfmj IjUtlerield
over the lesult-i In Maine
. luisbfiu uijou-that Caunim Jvoiild
nierVae UieMJrjaif wealUilfif Volild
end tho line of oominont majle od tha
Cuuuou entry ditto uio inventory tlofift
. If Outhrlu deueiids niilMcOWfe fur
mil hiatehood and Ueiiio federal buildings peoplj will bo using
um will foil w in the wak I.lWluH!rtHWiejurai-.Uiiri)0K0ii U0ftw
! Aicuiiire gets an entire miliums tnusn-
1 ed for lis.
1(jii jiid kukid the tinK)ltiilv trut
incri iinlivlon Let AMionan assort
ibiMi nuzeiiahlji aiul wear fr luj!
A Iiiiiv iudii lus attacked the Im
sir) H jf the udiiilulstraiinii
iiinklri- i warillug i lalm that the
nxipij;! inclined toward mainteaance
it. soffreat that iohh and artirklal
materials can be furnished free by the
government for letui coat than will ob
tutu under the present to stem being
worked by the govenimeut at Wash-
ington However the attack la neu
tral nnd until specifications are made
vyj.i lit -withholding support J!or thU
And now who is the Montana 'Vbl
friend" who reieived the bolster-
booster letter from the preghleut to
aid Taft's waning cnauce of being
Kx-Secretary of Treasury Shaw says
the bank deposit guarantee law is
ridiculous then ho proceeded to talk
four hours against the measure. That
and a policy stated the public will be. j Is evidence '.'Sat Leslie Shaw Is as far
ir ni fuels for a chum as ever and he
iiftK. heeu a lonft -wayti off loo.
oeonle of this; istato Tin tho so called
-. .... -? . t . .
personal iiburmoiauio: advocate tiiem
as necessary fortho support of govern-
ment and the attempt will meet with
the must crushing blow eur given any
quostl. n before the puoilufor approval
Aftonco' albijg tW tlafiillnn theory
I hat t'boho not driiiilraplsJi.ve deserv-
ed consideration; that whiskey and
beer may be sold without resort to
aaloon r lawicssnoKs baekel by tbugs
and haiigiiiH-on. and It might prove
formidable tn an election. It Ih mm-
iwllllcal and alwajs will lie bocause
wholly effecting roiuiiiou apputlto and
desire nnd no elected officer should
or has the right t go beyond enforc-
ing the law on thu question whether
prohibiten- or lo the oontrnry.
At the last general election tho
voters expressed disapproval of
suioous mid the official iiign or low
seeking to prevent 'Jhat vonllcl bolng
eiiforcud doea.j;reatii)ariii to tho stato
and hiff fictlpir s pita It s louder than
words the 'serious error made by tho
voters 111 permitting his election.
It ahoulil be a less n to .those now
weekjiig to tako advantage of the trial
of the new law. In that all state vot-
ing onj fcftljienji.jwlillpf inany.nrQ Juoso
as to the permission of sate "of llitoxl-
ciiu(b; iue wen rttuni0d ti ithe old
syeteni of the lreensed snlodn. The
oaly aid for qnloous so fa.r'Uotl4bss
(icep.' i the ultT-a-PmlilbltloaWtfe; Vio
would wlUlngl) send dulectiveo lo pre-
vent a man taking a drink In Canada
And ir Probibltl n ever falls :he fate-
ful utudeut will be able to see where
the error of the ultra-good have
caused sufficient lenontment to (he
cause ot anti-saloons
They" Take the Kinks OuL
"t havo used Dr King's New Life
Pills for man years with lucreaslng
satisfaction. The take the kinks out
of stomach liver aud bowels without
fuss or friction" saya N' H Brown of
Plltsfield Vt Ouaranteeil satisfactory
at C R P.enfro'a drug more" 'ihc.
Editor 'Uiader: I am In tecolpt of
many lifimlrles from cotton planter-i
nnd others and especially from tlie
heavy cotton producing sections ot
our state saying that the boll vveovil
ladolug more or less damage to the
cot ion. and In some localities threat-
en much damage lo the crop and
much Inqulrj Is also made whether
any effective remedy for the evil had
beun discovered "tind if bo what is 'it
ami where can It be had. Others
want to know what wild 'birds are
Known as weevil destroyer
1 find it impossible to answer those
Inquiries thiougfi the mails aid real-
izing the importance of the subject n
one of the greatost lndustiloa of our
stato that of cotton growing and
knowing that tho Loader visits ovory
section of our magnificent common-
wealth 1 ask that you allow me space
for a vvoi (I or so with the writers nf
those letters. '
So far 'as tho subject has been in-
vestigated and remedies applied in
absolute romedy has yet been discov-
ered though tho damage to the grow
ing orops has beon lessened by cutting
down the stalks the previous fall and
taking these and the trash together
aud burning them. It may be said
jftjlfl absolute certainty that no ef-
fective Insecticide for the boll woovil
lia yet been found. Thore la a cer-
tain species of pedacious ant that
preja upon tho vveovil but to what ox-
tent of destructlveness la not yet ful-
ly determined by the governments
It has. howevor been fully estab
lished from years of close and sclcu-
'tlflc Investigation by tho biological.
survey oi uio unncu oiaios uoparc-
mont of agriculture that forty-two
species of wild birds foed almost ex-
e'tiblvoly upon tho boll woovil when
thoy can gut thorn thus reducing the
damage but not exterminating tin
evil while a dozen or moro species
eat thein with apparent relish it
will thus bo seen how Important it Iw
to protect tho birds. Among tho forty-two
birds of tho first class men-
tioned I will only mention a few: The
large awallow family. Including Urn
bluo marten yellow- billed cjictoqU
woodpeckers (18) orioles (2) liativol
sparrows bobolinks house wioim
certain uf thu black blnl family otc
Inrhuling tho quail If lot alone will
do its full share. It 1b stated by the
biological aurvoy that the birds am
the most Important auxiliary agents
of the planter In checking the rav-
ages of the pen is and reducing tho
damage to tho cotton crop and the
bulletin of the bureau ospcciall) urge
iiixni thu planter to employ even
means possible to protect ami lucrca.se
the number of weevil eating birds in
support of this economic view of the
value of wild birds to tho cotton in-
dustry the department in the last oar
or bo haa established several blnl
Wattcrson to Cannon.
'liUtfavtllb. (Ky.l Cuurhir-JoitruaU
Mr. lJry.in'8 reply to Mr. Cannon's
criticism leaven llttlb to bo said lai'ie
way of argument. It is .'rushing and
complete. It Jh tio necusanry lu iarv
just Why Speaker Cannon has strang
led legislation frlendy to tho Iptetonta
of the vvholn people and Inimical t0 the
lulcrcsts cf criminal corporations u
Is'HiifTlolcul 'to know that hr haa dono
so ills record III tills resnfcl is vth
Out u flaw lie hliH ucv'er pmvrn
trultiir to the cause of (orporale giced
Such lawn as he has allowed to pass
against the wishes of the puul.it' i
rich have been menu urea ot expediency
from the standpoint of the Republican
machine because or tlie public clamor
for their passage. Mr. Ilrjaii goes n
till further than I he bald record which
In Itself makes si caso against Mr.
Cannon that no Jur uuhqught or tin
piejudlcuil could fall to. regard ni
proof and asks perlinentlj : "Wlieio
did ou gel jt V"
Its a pHy when 'sJuk 5)iie drug thn
stomach or cumulate ttio Heart and
kidneys. That Is all wrong! A weak
Stunaoh means weak Stomach nerves
always. And this Is also truo ot tho
Heart and Kidneys. The weak norves
are Instead crying out foi" help TJiIa
explains why Dn Shoop's Restorative
Is promptly helping Stomach Heart
and Kidney ailments. The Itestora
tive reaches out for the actual cause
of those ailmonts the falling "inside
nei-voij." Anyway test tho Iloatbrative
IS hours. It won't cuie so scon as
Tins Great Hair-Gro
Inn Remedy can now
hail nt oil druggitits'iri ihrror.i
25c 50o and $1.
BIO 1D"W !- tUtt
1ntHl(riiir n I r
Knowllon Diadstlei Co CrVoga
uti'l Kir m ihr or ii-impn
to pay i-otLftpcr
h lit M TIFUL 4BBHPft f
i1 in I 1 n ft In .issssssssssssssHHKr&sssssOasssKk UaV
"":w MMTM$)i PHnir
i urn n iiuur fjDS.;aiv . 'M Wgg I
MmlmSk r jifK nntl vc can
mil rSEPWvyiri&.1''t J&BKh$
al iWK3l3tl Ma.
ftaMEVm'jm :sHK l -rm
s$ ' mmm " l immak
!L lf JT 114 ' ' "h.
that but you vvlUsiiroly know tmt
ailng 'tjold liy Wallaces
help Is cotiiiu
was hero yosterila$wTrumi- Oklahoma
O VAGRANT VERSE. O
What walks tho streor- with statoly
Is always heard as well as seen.
And never falls to syiJU JIf ajdeen
On all that's good THr-TWo knookifr. ""
Who imts a damper ou the town
When big Investors ecmo around.
And always llstous with a frown
To all ou say? Tho knocker.
Who'd llko to have the world his way
You do the work ho draw the pay
And sit around tlie Uvulpng day
And kick apd roar? Tho knocker.
Who spills up jiaVjIes cliiirctios
ft lends Jfev
And laugns In gjco urjiearts ho reiids.
Alia al Uio Illsx-nrdMfcu ho aends
Among us all? The? knocker.
Who naeds oOmlpatlfm vvqirso?
what 'set of .clown!) should vu ills-
Whnl class. If any need our eUnw?
That gang of warts.-Tho knockers.
a-:-H-:-ii-a-:-iB--a'j-a'j-K :ebs r
g AND W
Sink- l.lbraiiau S. ti. nawoa lelitrn-
ed this iiuuitlng fruit Mulhall vvhwr
lie delivered an adtlrOiM to a Farmers
union gathorlng mii'tltweal of I here
yciloi day nf lei noon. Pi of." 15. F lien-
noBey.tif this cltyiyits nlsti one or the
Bpon.rtor.8. The twifailtoiul -a fariuer'a
gathering today at jSluiicoUi
S. T. Praiiklln f-jVoifrly fit t-Iil city.
is hpro yoatehlajj
City transaotlng biifti
Otiy Ulclimoud lflll lhst night for
Ilohar whoro ho tflue iVjTOalllon in a
Corporation CkjmmiMloJujyAi SJ'-
Watson loft last night f r AlflTB whore
he atteijds a farmers' picnic tgdy'
'. Van H'Ron is In Mulhall.'
Henry Tourney Is In Red Rock.
ID C Wolfe la here from iWawa.
(!. 11. Wa.le. Ft. Smith & Wttrn
trainmaster. Is horo froni Dustin to-
day. W. S. Purcoll is here froni AHn.
J. C. ISIllott of Pauls all Is bare
tiiilin lie Is a iiienibei of the t-lalo
lioaid of jjgricullutc
Ctiutraivloi V. II lvuby haa iclunirit
fiom a trrp In I. iw tun
1 p l im'n is 'i n fiom Shawnee
I Iain lice r.
i timed troin Aidmord
Altiiruc i 1! Ann's arrived fr in
Oklahoma City mi iu umruliig Irani in
reprcitont ilic Ftlsio npad in thr in
juiutlon suit In the ledurul cutut heir
today to lest the h guilty or the iloml
clU law which piovtd(4 for V rfoltitin
nf the charter of a loielgn coriamition
foi li.insfeirliiK a canto) fiom tlie olato
lo tlie fedeiul coin ts.
Councilman J .1 Kupncdj lictuuud
this morning from N npan.
Aiiiuni. H II Harris Is here from
CI A liilxon lias returned from u
u ni u Dallas Ti a
Chairman I B TliQinpson of ilic
lX'mocr.itli Si.ili i 'iiiilhlttee camct mi
last bight fijni Pauls Viilluj
1. II. Adams Is here from Ottlau ma
Judge Henry M Furman left las
nlgbl for Drldgoport where Ivj ue
livers an address today.
TickJlifB prilri- pougQa. vUl iilllckjy
IoiTsqu wnm if8i5g5nrl "Hho6p Cougb
Remedy And It Is so Oiuroiiglily
liarinlcss that Or. Shoop tells motheis
I r uo milling ohu: ' tWcit Ur very
yoiins'.halrleif Too. vvUioP'Simm greoii
leaves and tender steins of a lung
healing mountainous bhiuh give tuc
etll.lllve pruperlle to Dr Slump's
Cougb Remedy. It calms the cougli
and heals the sensitive lnuiiililal mnin
braties. No opluni. no chloi torm
nothing harsh used tn injtiic ot tui
press pemainl lr Shoup s Aui il
no other. Sold by Wull.u t s dt tig
iaN-;HBaaB. iu-i-s-vr m
TKc Guthrie Business University
Incorporaed under the laws i f Oklahoma and you are protccled' Enter
any time. The Greatest Shorthand School in the world Our students are
learning shorthand in U's days and telegraphy in two months We teach
quickly and thoroughly lloiikkeeping. Shorthand. Touch Tiiievvrltlng
Ponmniishlp Tolegiaphy for It. It. operator. Civil Service. Ad Writing tt It.
Accounting Higher English and Mathemalics WIRBMJSS TUI.KCJltAPHY
for Government Positions. Kvcry teacher an oxpert. Finest penman In he
state. Take your business course at Guthrie tho Cupltal ot thi "tato bo
yon can get a High Salary Iioaltton as soqn as you graduate. Jt ccsts but
liltlo moro to attend a flratplass college. It moans an lucrcaro of $10 to
$20 to vour bal'iiy. '
Law Department Chief duslluq' It. I. iilluii'J Is Dean ot the Law
Penan im':. 'Vvaocinte Justices Josso J. Duuii. Matthew if Kane S W.
Haves. John 11. Turner ami Judgo Jolm II Cutlmal I'. S. ')isrlct Judgi
Special lecturers Judge fiwitmie P feree In llaiikrupli yj Judge A H
Hiuton Judge ot Pistiict Com I Hon Cj G. Humor ami Hou..Horaio Speed
The 11 members nf the liar Commission will bo InwHcd (o uinko
Special l' lurei Tw .it-.' rour'-e Urgroo 1.1 li.
Write for large lac catalog.
W. A. aULLHUaii A M.tLL U Pies
NEWS OF THE
I-h-:--:--:-b-:-b-:-i-:- vb i-vc-M-:-Bsi
J i-lllttll 11lil( laVllVM tIH if tlw
IV UilllvtV IVIl UUItll y 11 111-
Kastora Qkialiujutl. fs back on hU run
after a Con aala? h off spent Avith
ouo at the mouth ot the Mississippi uj famiy i Arkansas Cliv
two off the 'ooadt of Louisiana be-1
sides sin oral on tho Pacific coast ond i ('pndtidlor McKlrpy. who-has been
11 ITU llillM t ..ln..t A 1-. J". j- HvJ!f. .J.irW i tF ..
Mi" " 4 rniiHvinir .vuuuucior rucn ivluiic ixji
already most fiauonug rttmiui imvJ rAii6vJtKjCoududdr Kilojif tfu
been nUtaued. fiblilioova-gie t- ij pklahqjiiairun.Sus fe(ire
ton growers amll fatyofer dhrougltputi t0i i rkaufal CIO If I S ' i - !j
get a movft'-on them mm f mc -z sz. ' " '
Tt Sutith antl SgutJiwcat Toxas Hrst and third
Tuerulay of t-adt uioutlt. Wvito or call for liiuvalurv
inforumUou aa lo lickiita and routing .of sauio will bt
lU'omptly tfium 'n inyuivy
J. H. FUNK
ImmIjiaii6ijAftcni Gulhric Ojilu
Seliuull Jlldp. Rooms 1-J riiuno No. 47.
tj r t
J a t ft v ov
q'ib taatef to
for Vim 'the legislature winch meets I A pioaslng. good high grade truly
in January enact a strong game and flavored amber colored cup of coffee
bird law enn be had and without the nwi pol-v
They have right to demand this foe danger. r damage to heaMhv-b
and li should be headed by the law- simply using Dr Shoois new IsubatF-'
making pqwor. Several excolleut bills j into called 'Health Coffee" Pure
wore introduced In the last leglsla- I wholesome toasted cereals malt nuts
ture anyone of which would have i otc make Dr Shoop'a Health coffee
r1 lL'i WSJ S. L JT
Klveu the neeoTed nroteetion.
J V. JAMISON.
linth hikfiltriful -ill.! untfufvlnw Vr 1(
lihrif 111.MIIMIUI wau ay M ' w
to 30 minutes tedious boiling. "Made
in a minute" fays Dr. Shoop. Jf
Stops earaphe In two minutes: jsorved a roffee it's taste will even
toothache or pain of bum or scald lit trick an oxpert. Test it and s?e-
ijve mluvuesratf.one&s one hour; ' Dank Grocery
muselcaebe two bouril; sore throat l -
iwelvjj hours Dr. Thomas Kclectrlcj For the best II ao of Sq cigars go
Oil taxftwreh ver pain. j to Weinberger's Binokery tt
Guthrie Net Pressing Cli)h
Vfo clean mdiVs'B'yonr cJ(th'tH3rSlii pffr nipnth
Old hats inadu now. Clotlies rallt'd for and delivwiid.
...E. B. METZ...
ROYAL UOTKL BAS:MSTT
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