The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 109, Ed. 1, Tuesday, September 22, 1908 Page: 4 of 8
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TELEPHONES 75 AND 69.
1ttR3DAY SEPTEMBER 22. 100S.
WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN
Of Nebraska. i '
JOHN WORTH KERN
STATE TICKET. I
For Corporation Commissioner.
A. P. WAT80N
0 Pottawatomie County.
For Chief Justice Supreme Court."
ROBERT L. WILLIAMS
of Bryan County.
For Associate Chief Justice..
SAMUEL W. HAYE8.
of. Grady County.
HENRY S. JOHNSTON
of Noblo County.
of Oklahoma County.
Third District. "
of Craig County
of Carter County.
of Cotnancko County
For State Senate.
Sar Representatives Logan ""County-
H. E. DERWIN
The Torces behind WUUaui Haward
Taft are in full retreat The motley
crew novor could hold togethar until I
the November election. It can not be i
Vorakor I'lntt Root Depow Rocse-
velt yilson and tho stock gamblers
ronld agree ns to the spollf. Ilooao
velt letters-and Joe Cannon speeches
lend net alUo and While Taft raids
tirough the VoRt. pledging to main-
tain the Roosevelt dootrlnea whatever
they may bo. Sherman pledges Wall
street through Cromwoll and Harrl-
man the rp'.gn of Era ft and gambling
pieed of the system shall continue
Oniy the roar of Bouaparto who Is
now threatening to pu'. the main Taft
workers in Jail for violation of all
statutory and moral law keeps tho l)u
Pont work going for tho prosldont
eujnfWtQ-l'e with Ma atoijney general
wanting the. bin nnntlng rqjl poster
notice tliey Kave Jalleii some One for
havlug- taken csre of hijnsitlf under the
law as maile and defended b' the Ite-
imbiirnn parly for the last forty
Of rouiH. t'nrni'gle and his crew of
nmlef.K lors having rohbeil the pro-
ducer UboiiT aud tli- kom rnment
has rofui meil and Is n v .ifnilJ hoiup
one will in ar N.uuul foai to i
for )h Carnegie Hteel In ovii batlli-
ehfpfc nonlt not stand ihc stialn and
'he oll Siotcamau woul.t liel that he
)iad mm ill n-d lus fellow loason i l
the 1 1. mi! Iff baa pi.uusid i.n iiK
adrpii I 1 1 umr '
Hunlv An'ilian iwihins ni mt pre
lontiil so had ii hihh'i.i'Ii- a i hat of
Taft 5 ("oinpupy. Jii-pendt-m for
1irim1nn(irn Up II the n . miI.-IH. It Iiuh
diift I jiIc a ship wliliuui i nd.lcr or
nail ardenntr tinotiRh tlic inditlcal
Koas ik. v. with nose iiuititi'd toward
the Wall elioet rrowd l m n toward the
i-iiii. rv.i'lii' finally t-t ipln at the
idagti' ndie-i w I art of 1taistlsm to
tilm ii iiif idd Itoat ioi the Inbt
lxt h tnist the renilia in Not em-
ber mill tie of tha- nuHiie to throw this
hfdb utaliUi'd a
of e&nml rpit
i. lid wonte-bulll boai ut
i da AvhSii iwlJtiiajIiMUa
n roii' iu eiaim eveiymi
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ivasuiiul'U ut not. In of the past
which all should return thanks.
lasslMna doubtful stat foi 'nft aud
Xlryun tbo two managers agree cn
Illinois are ull luted as doubtful it he
lii ogocedjkl the Republicans have the
inside Waiter Wellman writing for a
"tmUrate of nepubllcun impers blunt-
$ admlu Hrvan is muklng great gains
but Insist 'not sufficient to win dec
The Bryan and Kern negro clubs
throughout tbo Southwest give ovl-
dcuco our African rare favor trial he
re re condemnation The Brownsville
m be a Kfoat ttumbljns
nlxitMi .ttlintWti frt .!il. v.. u.i 'iiU
WnKrS 7.i fn. l iTCrTnSaSiS f ;f '"
jr::s:K-"B.'2'?"V""'"-"r iuitt ncpunu
--..1111 is-uuiiuuuiY-raiiBiiiK 1eiIIO' dTiT to McGllirO'S i
ml. ' - KlTlllA I 'nltfnflila ti.t.ur liilt. .. ..
. . 7n " "..."- grebs. -jaov realize mat ne is an mi;
tMRMMM:5f w siw ysfts
eaileFn Ihft NeV Y6A. Ohlofft.1! lng hlgetf and his iunch In offltP
Q. N I BLACK.
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WEEKLY. . ' B."
'At any rnte Fornker wllT ih'art atmio
fireworks In Ohio. '
Hearst's flippant aiiBWor-fo liaakoll
shows Hearst's cnllbrd all right.
Koosovolt Is butting In early
tluj Republicans are scared' f
It's not text books thnt whrrles the
Republican muchlne. It's Democratic
This Ib a guaranty hank deposit cam-
paign. The Philippine question linn
been relegated to the rear along with
In the moantlmo Klynn nys he
made a million bartering nrtlcleii of
commerce. Some articles of com-)
merce stop with office.
This Is what annoys 'ein: Tho peo
llo are pouring dollaro lntp the Bryan
fund and tho Hopobllcan maqhliie IIiuh
far has boon unable to shako down the
Ych tho medical bill Is lout But
who lost it? The bill was in tho batch
of copy turned over to aRjpublIcan
printing offlco which printed tho ses-
DIok Morgan Is on tho war path. Ho
Charges that not cno cunt of the na-
tional funds sent to the Republican
state oonirulttoe has boon. s'v3n tho
Second congreslsounl district.
President Roosevelt has written tho
Rccoud epistle to the country vouching
for the Integrity of Crown Prince Taft.
But integrity l but one of many es-
sentials for wise statesmanship.
The Standard Oil chargos agalnsl
Haskell; were Jthoroucbly threshed cut
in the prjmary last year The people
dhl not boliovo the chargos then bo-
on u so Haskell was elected by a big
majl)lty. And the people do not be-lletvjj-the
Why not gut in all tho charges
against Governor Haskell at once and
get it out of tho systoni;
It was Haskell net John Wilkes
Booth who assassinated Lincoln;
Huskoll abductod Charley Koss;
Haskell sunk the Malno;
Haskell stole the body of A. T.
Haskell Is Mrs. Gunnc&s In disguise:
HaHkoll shot McKlnloy;
Haskell was tho man who - struck
Haskell Is the grandfather of John
And tho wonder la how HaBkell.
Iiowed under the weight of all thoso
crimes can manage to give Oklahoma
an administration which is clean
decent and upright and which Ib loyal-
ly supported by nil 8elf-regpoctlng
O M'GUIRE AND THE O
O COLORED VOTER. O
McQitlre's plurality In the election
of September 17 1907 over his op-
ponent was only 1391. in the prim-
ary election held August i 1008 't
is estimated that McQuIre lost 1050
negro votes who supported Hainan
By reason of our exposing McOulre'e
congressional record 1688 colored
men voted against McGulure for B. T.
Halner on August 100S. Now a groat-
er number will vote against him on
November 3 1908 Why? Becauso
after six years in congress ho has dono
noticing fpr Hie -l.sOi nugro vol ore of
the HJrsJ congressional district. We
nuiltrst&HUtltal jlghtJhdVo In Jogan
1- 1 T
places paylnjs fl.soo per year but tiff
turned them down. Ahd liowthoy" aro
told not to talk or dchyJiavlug made
NWWW- . 1 .f '
tfjiro minarods ou wnue men
cangtiartijno are op-
election to pn-
forever. A large uuumbor of thceo
while Republicans are opposing Mi-
Oulre secroily Wo boliovo the re-
sults of November election will provo
this position as MrQuIre will be de-
A largo number of white mon reallzo
that under the McGulre machine rule
thoro is no more show for them In an
official way than there is for a negro:
t jhey soy on tho quiet Jot u? de-
feat Mcuiilre this time and reorgan-
Ot course this writs''
Vpnve ndnthnjt)jie! js friuelf wM loglo. Ill
I I Ifheltloi! 4 lj
gigAMaa . QtTTMSIEOTjmESDAY
(Chnrlos W. Bliss.)
Now. Tnft was enjoylnfr
An aeroplane flight.
And skimming around
Like the man-swnlh
whon who should nrt
Holding fast to fiTS;
And salting the sky.
But the man Jrom
Said fat BilMaJPlatto
.Now isn'MhlB great 7't.
Said Brynnr"You bet .
Ib my ruddor on straight?"
Ami the -sfcymt coming up
lYHuTMHght show olftlmWrt'li
TJioyJboth skidded ot3 ' .
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The Ilosovelt entry
' njlttod a ory;
Aifd Bryan supposing
He'd dropped from tho race
iflfjwod up with a horrified
; Jook In his face.
But Tnft was Just floating
"My motor's gone out!
Now hnnd mo a match
When you next come about'"
But Bryan Just laughed.
And he said. "My dear speeder.
Remember that I
AjiU'thp great matchless leader."
'bctofiof fb from the Latin oeto
mcnnlng olght. It was tho eighth
mpriUL of tho old Roman calendar.
TiilafBroitght oysters In at the emlof
AUglret when they had to be candled
ltko ()gg8tland tho Oyster Trust always
cornprod tho supply In cold storage.
But Romo llko every othor nntion had
h rofdrluer not too often for renson-
nblo profits In business and when
Niuna Pomiiilitts enme into power in
710 B. C. he made October the tenth
month and busted the Oyster Trust.
Ho w-ns Idolized by a grateful popu-
lace and was only relinquished -to
private life In hlB later days that he
might grntlfy his desire to limit big
game In Africa.
The presidential race will roach
Threo qmirtors of a mile
And both the Bills will hit 11 up
In g:od old fashioned stylo.
Tho Platte will shnkn his big brognns
And put up dust and dirt
Tho giant Taft will grunt nnd sweat
And rip his undershlit
The plaudits of the multitude
Will rise In mighty peals
And the watchful Teddy Bear Will nip
At William Howard's heels.
Tho pink mudguards of Sunny Jim
will catch tho frost descending and
iurn a flno autumnal red with the
burning aumac blending; the frost will
thin out Mr. Kuril's elaborate thin
thicket and each of these halr-bcarlng
tails will go some on his ticket.
The frost will paint tho sassafrnss a
dnop and glowing red and the farm
hand will resume his howl for blankets
on his ued. The plant oxthioct puos-
phortts will gossamer tho air tho stiff
rhemuntlc. will put on his wind-proof
underwear tho southward moving
ducks will Quack upon tho reeded
lalfen and man will line himself Inside
with buttered flaunol cakes.
Tho women will parade beneath the
big skyscraper hats and guy linos
Strung to stoady them will anchor In
their rats; fliul every time tho wind
tilnwa brlBk with many screams nnd
xquonls they'll all turn turtle nnd will
Tan the azure with their hcols.
Tho camper will unto tho woods
To llvo tho life of Crusoe
Aud tho auall will balance ou a mil
And whistle like Caruso.
Tho );or hay fover patient will re-
turn from his retreat and ovory time
'tis lioso goes off nnd honks upon tho
street we'll Botatublu for tho neatest
curb as fast as wo can dart believing
thnt his lusty sneeze la some skldoodle
Tho candidate will press his suit and
Jell his little Jokes white ho Is handing
gut cigars thoy nnme f:r famous folks;
and notwithstanding all Ihc harm this
sort of smoke has done us we'll ull
wnlu up again nnd try his deadly Mrs.
O mm oss.
After the 2Gth October will bo undor
the Influence of tho zodiacal sign
Sorrplo tho crustacean. Persons horn
In Boorplo are lobsters and aro mostly
notors and base ball players. They
have remarkable foresight. Among
other things they can toll when the
iilretl girl la going to quit ad always
giv her notice tlrst.
fSlw armoured football player will
cavort in padded pants ami .but t to
beat it billy goat while frenzied ihous
amis dance He'll cut tho foe with
glass hid In 1)1 Paderewskl mop and
wjejt they pile on sacks he'll do a
war dance on tho top. The college
inon will all get up and yell like
Kingdom Come the college girls will
swallow six or seven gobs of gum. tho
autumn sun will be obscured by colors
horns and huts the catapulting end
will cave tho othor follow' slats tho
giant centers will collide like two ex-
cursion trains tho guards will paw
the oarth and sonxmblo ono another's
brains: and whon tho ambulance
tlrlvpa up with groat Vociferation tho
Howling mob wHJ give three elisors for
The rirst frost ripened hickory nuts
Will rattle to the ground.
And local option will put on
The blower all around. --
Tho lumter's moan will sail tho l:y
TJio hue will dtioK the clover.
Ami in other wrigui jn prance win
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Tib 'flow-er'-'fof' Octo!fbr"ijJliphW
This- pignlffus lhAt tntia'tatesSnre
against prohibition In ono m'.nth of
tho j ear anyway.
Our gad-aboutlng fleet will throw a
score Into Japan nnd shall the Chinese
coast until they tell the ago of Ann;
nnd old John Rockefeller win observe
Ortuber nine with a big barn dance at
Fcrost HIU and unfermonted wine the
third mouth since he's had to make a
payment on that tine.
And then November1 3rd will come.
When all of tta shall vole.
AmL ono qt these tup Bills wjll feae
Ttf bo OH' Wily Boat n
J Democratic EVeas Skcssu J
wi ma wbii i hi i.n'iwm'l
SOLU F-UH A PRICE
Th fact that the republican press
bureau In Oklahoma has turned Its
iraudfcbatterlSa on the deposftbrs'
r$aJSiT! is proof poxltlvoj ghat
ilitftSEIsa . .... ' lis ...
bklahoma! Rf to be abandoned.! Sloe
NorrIsjt rXspublicnn state chalrnian
and McQulre'e campaign manager
haisftld;Out the republican part? of
Oktan6inafor a campaign fund to be
used n' re-electing Bird Mcdulrii to
congress" from the first district ffhls
Camnnln fnml ntimpa from thflf re-
vivr .. . . . .. ..
puoiican national committee arm it
comes as the price of treachry. Joe
Nprrls Ird McQuIre and the Rny-fnond-Creagor
combine on the tast
side know that ninety-five per cont
of the people of Oklahoma regard-
less of politics are staunch advo-
cates and 1jelevers In the guaranty
law. They know that an attack by
the republican press and speakers on
the guaranty law cah have but one re-
sult andtluH Is to drhc honest re-
publicans ou'C of the party In Okla-
homa. However the republican na-
tional management hopes to be able
to deceive the voters as to Hie real
torltlng of thu bank deposit Kuaran-
ty'law In order to apcorapllsti Mhat
jinrpose they must make It apjpoar
thaj the people of Oklahoma arenot
unanimously approving the law '
WheA-roarNorils aBkeJil for fjhan-
zk .afjrTfTomfiuo' topub'Ucah nation-
al committee the answer yas: 'Dis-
credit C. N. Haskell qnd tlie Okln-
homa bank deposit guaranty law nnd
you can get ull the money you want.
There Is no chance for Taft to (Jarry
Oklahoma and we don't care how un-
popular It makes the party In 'your
Btate If you will only succeed Iu
cooking up a good batch of medicine
that we can uso among the unsus-
pecting voters In other states to con
vince them that the bank deposit
guaranty scheme is Impracticable."
The fact that the republican' press
bureau Is devoting columns of mat-
ter to Tlclou attneks on Governor
HasUolI and the guaranty law'fs noof
conclusive that Morris accepted the
l5 return for a corruption fund to
befnscd in the First and Third V;on-
grerldhal districts the republican
Btltcchalrman has betrayed the 'hon-
est principles or his parly. The at-
taolt on tha bank deposit guaranty
law Is the death signal to republi-
can hopes in Oklahoma. Tho death
;troe is administered knowingly by
the chosen head or that party and to-
ft price. v
ls'or 'laihest Mr. HepuliliSan
ifarmur rtjt Qlnliomn why tlitl J'uft
go to nunipor twenty-ix Wall
atreet md dhooso Ocorge I?. Shel-
don bnnkc'' broker ami trusl. pro-
motor Tor treasurer of his cant"
paign eomtiritteo? Did he do it
because lie thought Sheldon was
I'lOiie to the hearts of the American
fanner mlrworking limn or was it
because lie 'lenen thdt Sheldon wn
close (o the pork barrels and poiket
hooks of Wall ctrect?
In his letter to Dennis Flynn deny-
ing him permission of the state
committee to meet Governor Haskell
In Joint debate. Republican Btate
Chairman Joe IJorrls made the spe-
cific charge that the Ave million dol-
lar school fund donated by the Unit
ed States gocrument to the stato
"was drawn from the treasury at
Washington last December where It
was earning three per cent interest
and deposited in a Missouri trust
Comply where It still remains j with:
It would bo reasonable to assum
that the chairman of the rejiubllcau
state committee In a signed commu-
nication would attempt to ayold an
absolute and apparent falsanood.
That Chairman Norrls In his declar-
ation failed to keep within tho reo-
ont Is made apparent by the follow-
ing testimony from Tuesday's Okla-
homa City Timer.- "Prior to Decem-
ber 1 the republican national con-
(jrqss.gave to the democratlo'school
fund of Oklahoma the Bum of Five
Million dollars for Its Immediate use.
This money was deposited by Gover-
nor Haskell in the national banks of
the state. As soon as the guaranty
law was passed. Mr. Haskell began
to withdraw this sum from the na
tional banks and distributed it among
the various utate banks."
Now Mr. Norrls you are chairman
of the republican state committee
The Oklahoma City Times Is the
most rabid and partisan republican
paper In oWlahoma. Will you kindly
advise tho people of Oklahoma
whether you told a. falsehood when'
ypu said the Five Million dol ar fund
was placed on ueposit in a Missouri
trust company and left or whether
the Oklahoma City Times was sull -
ty 'of prevarication when they de -
dared. uneou'Ivocally that the Five .
Million dollar was deposited by qov
ornor Haskell in tbo n.aUona.1 hanks'
of tho state-? According to-the Qka
jiOsitedsin the hanks of Oklahgbjaibo
fore the passage of the bank guar-
anty law. This law was passed less
than two months after statehood wao
obtulned o thct according to this nd
mlttcdly republlcen newspaper jou
told a dcllhsrsta falnhood when yo.i
said that the Five MUilon dollars had
betn left on deposit In n Missouri
Will you through your press bh-
risau. kindly advise the peoplo uf Ok-
lahoma whether you tola the truth
or whether ya dellbt-rVtely tried to
.ilelr an4 ti4l nt &
SAM U0.D &fr . -
If you wero an honest farmer or
business man in Oklahoma -enjoying
the love of your friends and tho es-
teem of your neighbors and had been
raised to believe In the principles of
the republican party: If yon h'ud tieen
ewaJIowiug the bIUer-dpeffr.ln.Jthe
shape of federal sp(i.Qlnliu(!ltl. fojeed
drfwn your throat by a republican na-
tional ndmlnlOtration for 'chtfien
years wthott ia murmur und jhad
contintrej fovvJte Hie rejihlilldail IlckA
eU'lfyo Wseeii jour' party' rfligr
JUelf against progress and freedom
and declare' nga'hto"rhV ;WflllcatTon
of the con
had still r
and statehood and
the old Ji.ig. vdTfiTi
'rtUz 5rfdt'Jlie rest
of the carhi
rty go tiown in tne1 most
In rli a
overwhelming and disgraceful defeat
In the annals of political history and
emerged from the contest with the
single consoling thought that since
statehood had been obtained al-
though your party was bruised brok-
en and utterly routed that at last
the rule of the carpet-bagger the
torporatlon and the coon lu republi-
can politics was over forever; lr you
and othor honest republican neigh-
bors had talked thn matter over and
with heart swelling with pride at tho
memory or tpttst'chlevements.or your
party Had UeeniliirJ"f to put yqjir
shoulders to the wheel and aid Yu
tne rejuvenation and rehajillltatioiuof
Oklahoma republicanism olA.tl1!lnc
pie that built from tho people up to
the office iustead jq a. system that
operated from Washington donu to
Wouldn't It Jar you Just a little to
wake up some fine ihorilfiig and dls-"
covor that jjourparjy Jif tlfele irst
convention under sldlehord had) been
completely dominated .by he same
old bunch of the carpet-miK graft-
ers? Had nominated a enrpet-bag
federal Judge as their candidate for
associate Justice of tha supreme
court a carpet-bag district attorney
who resigned to be n candidate Tor
delegate to congress wris' I'e-olCcted
made a district to suit himself iu the
enabling act and Is now a candidate
for re-election In the first congres-
sional district; a carpet-bag recolv-
or of the land office ob candidate for
congress in the second cougrejsionnl
district n carpet-bag federal oil .in-
spector who resigned to accept the
nomination in tho third congression-
al district and whose fedfefal iiosltlon
Is still being hold open in order thut
it jnay be restored to hWl'after hts
defeat In November? -And then. If
added to that you should' find thuf
yotl had a carpet-bag chief clerk of
the school land department and lat-
er clerk of the federal 'court Jig chair-
man of the so-called state"'oofnmltj!
tee. and a carpet-bag deputy of tho
district court as secretary of such
committee wouldn't It begin to look
to you -like the sams ojil-gan; wus
In control and don't you honestly be-
lieve that It's abodt time that you
administered to this bunch of politi-
cal gratters so stinging a rebuke that
thoy would be driven out of the party
and the state?
Now honest republicans are'nt tho
conditions described Just about tbo
condition of your party today in Ok-
lahoma? Wasn't J. T. Dlckerson. re-
publican candidate for assoclato Jus-
tice of the supreme court a federal
Judge In the southern district of In-
dian Territory until statehood ended
Didn't Bird McOuIre hold tho Job
of assistant district attorney and
wasn't It tho only occupation that he
ever followed until he resigned to
become a candidate for delegate to
congress? Wasn't DlcK T. Morgan
receiver of the land office at Wood-
ward until he resigned to accept the
republican nomination for congress
lu the socond district? Wasn't C. K
Creagor fodeial oil Inspector at Tul-
sa and didn't he resign his placo to
accept the republican nomination for
congress in the third district?
Wasnt' Joe Norrls for ypars chief
clerk In the school land department
In thfe territory of Oklahoma und
was he not later clerk of the federal
court at Guthrie until statehood ter-
minated his Job and did you ever
hear of his having any other occupa-
tion than that of a federal office
holder? Wasn't H. G. House depu-
ty clerk of the federal court at Ma
rletta until statehood terminated his
Now do you think you and the
other honest republicans are making
in eliminating the
oarpt-bag control of t"he republican
party when every candidate and the
cantpalgn managers are ex-federal
htato Capital lias succeeded an
mMxij lehnbliemi 'fclato com.
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PVP.tt bundi of inoney
j" -j".-vv oa inu .umiiuouiu
'. "' Xiniofi recoitty charged Greer
demanding.' At least GTecr
J. . . .f . W J .
jiius gpeuen tup iioqw gate ot vi-
(iiporrttt'on against Ahi -Democratic
BtAtdadmimHtraKon witli I'Tcnowcd
Pikr-'f. anl ttviildr lias'lt 'Umt some
of tile onifiIb.ySaa Of Jie Sldto Cap-
nai were eaugiu on wie streots nut
week with real money iu their po
VhoR TrIJIws Becoms Troubles.
if any person suspects that their
kidneys are deranged they should take
Foley's Kidney Rorcedy at oncq and
not risk liavlng Brlght's disease or
UlabetCBi Delay gives the disease a
Stronger foothold and you should iot
delay tnklng ro;"a Kidney ReuuftyV
t' t 1
i' i -.iIt
npril.il 'tn rinttv f.onlnr
Chandler OkW Sept. 22.-The nYehV
beffe'bXTif' Twentli'th 'Ontftry llwiftli
assoolnllru under Dr. Guild's man-
agemeut made a gr&iHhjt at tin- opera
houso Saturday Altfnnaljf we nad a
big elreunniUn.biffCapilny schrto
convenltijm flttVlGJrrff w rdunlon .
This meeting was for tho purpose of
celebrating the seventh anniversary of
this fast growing and popular institu-
tion representing a membership of
nbout 8.000 members In Oklahoma
four hundred families in Lincoln
The testimonials given there seem
to be too miraculous to be tfuo at
least a dozen members present stated
that thplr local doctais had pronoitnc-
od them Incurable without the stir
goon's knife with appendicitis tumors
arfd gait stonw no Mope for them
'"OUtexii who had suffered with stom-
aeli trouble tiled' -many (Letors and
climatic t-iianges given up all hope of
rtllaf many others at different chronli
nilihents. representing all ftte nllniejiti
pocuiiar to the climate a;l had arilnei!
a now lenso of Ijfe and were ilibjalthv
anfl' thd' ednttiUon they Hhd Swly
by studying the literature of UlB'hBW
clntlon thoy had gained knowledge stif
Jiclont to keep not only themselos In
health but their qntlre family. At
least nnohour wnfiiuik'fn nn-in linnr.
Ulg thefy inarveloija ppejClenoej Thdre'
was not a member in the house who
would bp willing to part with thotreat
ment fnr any sum a majority if them
said they would not leave the Twen-
tieth Century Health ass elation for
ten times the amount it cost them. A
few members snld they would not at
tempt to try to live without the sys-
tem In their homes.
Mr W J. Pries3 stated that his wlfi
was bedfast doctors coming regulnrlj
gotting no better. doctTfl'aaid opera
tlon. The Twentieth Century lloaltl
association placed her en her feet In c
few days. . .. '' tf M
H. A Waters of Davenport said he
had spent SUOU in cash with local docj
tors all to nc benefit his wffo"'va!?
nearly dead Thoy Jained the Twtm
tloth Cotitury Health association dm
vear ago Sho' is now in hood health.
W. A. Gazlway or Clmndlor. stater
he has snent J2.000 on his wlfo! broke
him nearly up paying-doctor Mils. He
Inlnml tlir. Tuantlnth rnntnrv Mnultl t
asssclatlon ono year ago through tho
generosity of Dr. Oulley he Was allow--ed
to pay for his membership oiuthe
installment plan now for the first time
she Is fii good health for many years.
Many othor such testimonials until
excitement reached fever heat. One old
man who wag ou the shal side of life
who had taatml thtt bitter omfJor Dhys-
icai distress wno iookim-hpou we gruau.of -. Ghorlen
system as uib puysicai savior jttmpeu
to Ills feet and said that it was mttlm-I
posihlllty for the members of the assoc-
iation to evet pay Dr. Oulley in dollars
md cents the debt ot gratitude due
ilni for his kind and gnnerotiB rfuan
aer and tho grout service ho had rejid.-
jrod In behalf of the momberbhlp1. The
sducalion ho 1ms given them is price-
less. H mado a Motion which Was
seconded almost unanimously and car--led
unanimously to the effoct that
the membership sli:uld presont I)r.
GulHy with a lasting t keepsake
n token of the esteem they enter-
tain for him. It was decided that the
orouent should be a high grado solid
sold watch. Tho committee was ap-
pointed to purchase the same also to
make arrangements for the presenta-
tion meeting which will take place in
a few weeks. Nearly ?50 was aubscrlb
ai u. vy uujb lies n.iun uuiu t
JiJ Sohlberg Cashier; O. IL Havlghorst
GUTHRIE NATIONAL BANK.
0 OUTHRIE OKLAHOMA.
Oldest In Oklahoma.
V. C. Guso
J. W. Perry
J E. Douglas
""" jmii Mii.aii I
t rv m
The CSisthrie Business University
Iacorporaed uqdor the laws ct Oklahoma and you are protected. Enter
JU)jv lime Toe G.roaje.st ShPt'thand School In the world. Our studouta me
learning tnortbiinii in UMi days ami
fl.uWkIy lVl thoroughly. Bookkeoplng. Shorthand. Topeh Typewriting
1tenm!")BhP- TercsfcuThx for JL It opcrntcr. Civil Service. Ad. Writing. II. it
Accounllng Higher Knglli and Mnthemnilcs WIRELESS TELKOJlAPHY
for Government Positions. Every teacher an export. Flnost lienman in he
stale. Take your business course at Guthrie the Capital of the "tateso
you can get a High Salary Position ns soon as you graduate. H costs hut
Ilttlo more to attend a first class college. It means on Increase of $10 to
?20 to your fealaty.
Law Department Chief Justice R. I.. lUIHim Is Dean of the Law
Uopanmti.f. AssoolateJuHllis Jesse J. Dunn. Matthew Jt ICuiip S. W
Hayos John II. Tumbr and Judge John II. Cotteral U. 3. District Judge.
Special Lecturers. -Judge- Lawrence Referee In Bankruptcy; Judge A. H
Huston. Judge of DlstrJct Court; Hon 'G. q.JIornor and -Hon. Horace Speed
Faculty. A . '
Tho 11 members ot tho Bar Commission will bo Invited Jo make
gjeclal Uatures. wyears' epnrsp.
te.V within n nw mlnuleS amftho bnl-
nnoii Rttniant wl he prasontation and
managing committee A. A. Harvey or
Guthrie: L. . Brpwn Lewis) Wetzel
cdpt. Klscr. ofOhnthllor: C. R. Yonngo
aieriiilan- J D. Tjllk Prague; L. 8.
M X-- ' lOW8.THlTtx
11 Wo the undersigned had kfown V
J. Chofloy tbf the last 15 yoHrs and
beljevp. him perfectly honorable in all
bislnqss transactions and financially
'able to cany out any obligations made
by his firm.
WALBINO KIN.A'4& MARVIN.
Wholesale J)ru$lsts. 'rblcdo O.
llInlCa'iurrh ptirtfls taken Intern-
fjl1?ahMndlrVct&Viipnn ne blood
and mpcotts surfaces or the '"system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents
per bottlo. Sold by all Druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills Tor constl-
oatlon POOR RICHARD'S PHILOSOPHY
Saturday EvenlnaPost Gives "Ice
Truit" Sherman Jolt In Solar
The Saturday iCvqplng Post found
TO! nV.'.lt.f i
..flTlHHttiyh a en nM oitnnnftaf Af
fisrcJfdenf'Roosevelt tho Post takes
flhejifoUowlng fall out or Ioe-TruBt
jShejmai the republican candidate
''""What ue laborers of the land de
sire" observed Mr Sherman In ac
cepting the vice-presidential nomina-
tion "la tine opportunity at all times
to exchange their brain and brawn for
goo"dpay In good money. A protec-
tive tariff' and the gold Standard both
4he a6hlevements of the republican
party give the laborers that opportu-
nity." About the same time B. F. Yoakum
of the Rook Island-Frisco system
than whom perhaps no one can
speak on the subject with more auth-
ority aalii that tour hundred thous-
and railroad men were out ot Jobs or
oji short pay. How many (hundred
thousand workmen In other lines are
tccelvliiK the same blessing under pro-
tectidi'l ana a gold standard we do not
know; but Mr. Sherman knows as we
klJ0W tllBt .ie number Is large.
Ono of the purposes then fpr which
pthp republican committee needs raon-
workmen an earnest assurance that
thanks to the tariff they aro enjoying
' ' -
o o o o.o ooooooooooo
O THE STATE P R E S 3. O
Editor Tells Truth.
It Is hunlly" probable that if Frank
MonlTett knew a- Hearst says he d!d
ot - wnories n. Haskell's so-called
"close telatlous wlta tho Standard Oil
company" that Monnett would haf
conie to Oklahoma last year and spent
i m nth or two campaigning for Mi
Haskell. N'bt Frank. The Standard
Oil Haskoll IS William C of Cleveland
wjio.does not tlonyilt. He iHn't oven a
tola live ot Charles N. Haskell We
might as well got this rhjht whllo we
aro at It. Enid Morning News (Re
A clover popular Candy Cold Cure
Tablet called Preventlcs Is being
dispensed by druggists everywheri
In a fow hours Ptoventlts are said to
break any cold completely. And Pre-
ventlcs being so safe ami toothsome
ro very fine for children Np
Quinine no la'Aatlve nothing harsh nor
ilckenlng. Box of 4S-
23e Sold by
Wallace's drug store.
- i - rea.; j. v. jrerry Y-freB.: JlouL M
Q. A. HugheB
Henry E. Asp
ii ii m.nniinmu. i
For First Class
215 B. Second
telegraphy in two mnntns. we teach
PtMlfr Pe rhdt-ol DoJIars Re
.tni iui--u(ii wisp qt-iiainrru -tnat can
not bn curedTijfcUalJ's CatkrrhiCuro.
P. J. CHENHY & CO.. Tnlolln. O
ed A.D U28 byBenJamin Franklin
occas1p2aw)roaifciiii of hll0B-
ophWpltby'otJhet jleU of "Poor
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 109, Ed. 1, Tuesday, September 22, 1908, newspaper, September 22, 1908; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc72542/m1/4/: accessed April 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.