The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 136, Ed. 1, Friday, October 23, 1908 Page: 2 of 8
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TJXE LEADER QUTJTHIE OKLA. VIMDAY OCTOBER 23 1!)0R.
I "IN SICKNESS OR IN HEALTH" the food that gives bounce and buoyancy to mind and body is
t f 'v - A m m & 11 I I I I Mk &."
dUKEMJCU WHUAI J5DLU1J. '
made of the whole wheat steam-Cooked shredded and baked in the cleapesij
finest food factory in the world used by invalids and athletes because it pre-
sents the greatest amount of strength-giving material with the least tax upon the 1
digestion. Try it for breakfast. f
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v ' zFa."Ti -- -js-izf.
W IsJ InP 'LP Sea 1b?
ft Heat in Oven Before Serving.
Oklalumianti hawn't many cnuili
dales to VQte for nt tin? niipid.ichlut
tCcUon but what few ullicutt are to bt
nitod are Important ones Two o
thorn are seats on the Supreme bench
how held by Ohlor Justice Hubert 1.
Williams and Associate Justice Samite
V Httjos. who are candidates for re
elect! n They drew tap short tei-ini
which expire next January Such va.
illo appreciation df tholr services it
the Supreme court that both were i.
mtiilnatoil bj tlio Democrats In thel
lespccthe districts without opposition
lit recognition or lueli able services
tli( oters of th state should pa;
them the coirpllment of a treniondou
to In November
Well do the lawyers know how hard
n task too members of the court navi
had. Taking the oath of ofllce and 01
ganlzlng for business the tory day Ok
lahoma became a Btate the judge
faced a docket of 451 undecided case-
inherited from the old territorial Su
prenie court and the Court or Appeals
cf tje Indian Terrltor. These case
lo-Qitlrel lite application of two dl
verso systems of law and In 'ie bull
of 'hem the decision had long been de
Jayed. Nearly ns many new cases hnvi
born filed sliwo the admission of the
slate many or them Involving dllllcul
constitutional questions and oUiinorini
for speedy decision. i was or fre
quent oecurronce that lentil tangle
connected with the building of ou
statu government were submlited t
tills tribunal of last resort. Hemalnln
steadfastly at their task tho JuiKe
hao spurned to take xni't'llona nni
the lights of tfiolr chambers have ofl
tn hut nod far Into tie. iiIriU As a ri
null of their labors souk 300 ease.
liao been disposed of. At loast lift
new ciscs tlgcldftl inyoled c nstruc
tlons ot tfiiv. Constitution Hiid otho
porpk'itles belonging pocullarlj to tht
'onHtrui'tivo period of the state. Thost
Included such subject as Jurlsdlctlor
or state courts of crimen ojmmlttod be
fore statehod I ice of prohibition ni
tlcle of the ocnsittutlon in rcHtralnlni
liquor trulllc prloi to any tuition by tip
Legislature; ImrmouUIng the Const)
tutlon and the- old and now stntutot
got-crnlng time of eliy elections; con
structjon f the referendum provision
numerous county scat ccntestH dlstr.
btttlou of pi ope it j of uu old count.'
from whoso teiritor) new countloi
were cieatod. construction or provl
si ns ot Constitution prohibiting rail
road pnssoss construction of tho ncv
paving law: constitutionality of tht
depositors' guaranty law; conflict ol
authority between regents of tho Unl
vet-sit nud stale board of education:
causes removable to Perioral courts
etc . etc
Thus It will be seen how rortuunte ' "'" course 01 l "in ureu yours say "V .. '.''. -b -"- ""T" "'.
Ihat (he people oleotail a Supiwui- horo may be 20 or 100 u more of a"Jono I could be wan ea Uy hai
court In full sympathy with the c'onsU- "e austere onelt costing r.o couiv "i eondltlou or the rltlo Is hat Is i.
tutlon the) ndoptwl. C'lilot JuhUm L0 a pago. eory uop since tlioy. that l.u titlo In fee bolouged 1..
Williams nud Justice llnjes and Kane1 Imglunlug ot the snlu ot that laud Is " Ualuuy ot Atoku Pitt that G
wore leading niomhorb nf Uiu Conveu 'recltod in an abstract. A friend ot w- Hi'SB. ot Ornulte. holds a flrsi
Mon whloh diafted the docuniotii Jus mine recently told me of one abstract " "t $100.00. Now suppose M-
tle Dunn was Stato Democratic chnlr-' In the stato or Kansas that cost him "aluey at a later dalu would deslit
man In the remarkable campaign $1100 00 Thero wis nn abstract to borrow $100 00 and he should go ti
wntch rosultod In putting the eonu'ii made out In the City of Mexico a short Itepiesoiiluttw Itohert Johnsons haul
Hon so eoiupeltoly In the 'inuris .. f tin-1 while ago that weighed BOO pounds '" ' town or I'lilcknshn. Mr. John
Democratic part) : while JiisllM Tui mi c0t many thousands r dollars "' woukl ask what kind of land Is li
per was known to be equally in )mim Tii. ...axt step of the purchaser is Ui abKiiati" or "Torrens'?"' Mr. itnlne;
thj with the piovUions of the dom ipn.gem tlut abstruct to a lnw)er and oultl answer It is -Toirons" The.
mcni adopted Nearly eerybid but n.iui jni l(l i00j t ONer ni render! lle would nsk to see the certlfleute
Taft regards um Constitution as a a ug l0 nle uu 'j'j0 juw win n Jelinsoii looked at the ceriiflcati
good chart to milde s siilp or Miati- iv i ur dlP M0 (lllj vtg al 00 thftt I would know the condition of th
ft h one i oi latei all cotmi uuons
n..- io oi tousiuieu mm uiiwm.
baa been tli.tni-d ! Its fuiMtd-. i
Among taoM whj have ub.ei-d tin.
ohiuiliiouh woik ol the court and kept
uini-rsatit with iu ilt-cislons. it I the
tmanlniouH vet.lti t ihat Us judges
hae niad good tuiinemlt good The
people sh ul.l and will gladt) leturr.
ludge Wlll'iuui" anil Hns to tin
bi'iich foi alioiln-i and longi-i tt-iin
Special prljes.wjll bf g. o lUt
t.uthrle Cand) Ui fur the best angel
food devil's tootl and whlti cakes
also till lugli- und dnubli- orum pies
aU io bf pxhiblu'd Hi tit.' Utithiii PaH
Pan oJ.ilnbi i 10 II Voti an R'i
a iMiuuutiv lit' a- h" ltc-alleis' Offtcp
116 wW QJila'ioipa stnue jill'AU' it
mother s bhapeliness All of this can be avoided by the use or
Mother's Friend before baby comes ns this liniment prepares the
body for the Strain upon it. and preserves the symmetry of her form.
Mother's Friend makes the danger of child-birth less and tames her
safely through tins critical
period. Thousands grate-
fully tell of the benefit und
relief derived from the use
of this remedy 1?
Jtouk mailed ttv t. '- nitttmi rnaUitrt
IBB BRAEmm REGULATOR CO
Nnv Uiu' voters tiie beginning to
ttudy statu propuiltloiiB' to bo voted
m Novaiiibor :t. the epeeoh ot Hon
iViii 11. Murnw an Uc Tortus Inn.l
lystem. naio uuaitlbn No. 2. Ml. bo
Gtfntlemen: 1 dosiro to ojcplaln tint
tjstem of land registration knoWn as
Thd Torrens' Land Systom." :v ays-
.em of registering titles as dlstln-
suls led from registering ovldonco of
kltte such aa deeds which system
jrlnss about our ctimboriouie. axpun-
lve and uncertain abstract bwuoni.
The Torroim system had Its -jrlgln In
.Vtistraila In 1S5I. It rirst enmo to the
Onltbd States and received official
notice by Governor Russell of Mnssa-
musotts where It is In force In Us
ullest vigor of any state In the Amer-
ican Union; although It Is In Torco In
aiodlflod form In the states or Cai.-
ornia Colorado. Minnesota. Ore-
;on and Washington nnri by the
Phillppltlo cominisslun and acts of
:ougiess has been adopted In Hawaii
.nd tho Philippine Islands a copy of
vhloh lat laws I liavo In. my posses-
don. It was extended throughou- tho
Jorniau empire by the codo ot J'JOO.
t Is also in Denmark Austrit and
Hungarla and most of the cantons ot
hvluerland tho county or London
anglahd and in most ot the provinces
it Canada; In fact In my opinion the
law as It Is In force In the provlnoo
if OMnrio Is tho best on this contl-
tent. It Is In forco In loino lorm
n all of these states notwithstanding
he stubborn opposition with which U
ms been mot by the abstract com-.
nnies and by land attorneys. When
mce understood it Is Irresistible bo-
fuse it Is tho one law and the only
no with .vhlch 1 am acquainted upon
vhlch tho richest man in the stato as
oil as tho poorest In tho state unite
holr endorsements. It Is true It is
lurtful to tho abstract system and
hey fight it. It Is hurtful to the
and lawyor and of course he fights
t; however for the first generation
t will assist tho laud lawjer. and give
dm an Increased amount of litigation
hat is until tho syBtom is comploU-
y Installed aftor which a land suit
inolvlng titlo Is practically unknown
lulls or cotirso will occur to fore-
loso lions for taxes and for tho loan
f monoy. and also to probato wills
mil estates but tho title Is at every
tago known to every cltlzon who
an road not so with the abstract
ystom. Uy tho method of abstract-
ng generally In force in tho United
Jtates overylhing is uncertain and at-
euded with groat oxnense. iiny
armor or business man desiring to
nirclmse land first domauds ot the
land owner to procure an abstract.
whinti ifMniu. .u ti nn . .m.
tho minimum price of J5.00. there Is
nnn ltiif'1 fni- uvni-Lf tmiuf.. Imiutn
!.. ..' r .. .. .'...... ...'
a KOwl all(l muy H (lbl0Ull
i. ttori.iBM. 1 . 1H11 i1B
KrnM lt u iiimv.Mlt !
build a homo upon lt and after he
Is fixed and feels that ho is safei
anchored otico In a home Years rolled
by; a defocl In the title Is discovered;
the real owner sued htm fur posse v
slon he goes into court is defeated
in the flrsi trial he sells some ot his
personal property and appeals the
case and hires additional counsel; ho
10806 again and goes to the supreme
court where he loses not only the per-
sonal property which he had to spend
for attorney's fees nnri court costs but
loses his ease and Ills home. This U
.....U ...... .. . ......... ... ..w
iiQl overdrawn. Hundred ot occur
renpes ot this kind have hnppoued. 1;
Fvcry woman covetsa shape-
ly figure and many of ihem
deplore the loss of their girl
ish lorms atler marriage.
1 he bearing of children is
oficn destructive to the
ianger of child-birth less and tames her
Is uol an exception oion to tho rule
it is ilia rule. Again under the ub
struct system a nmn doshes to bor
row B0I" 0"t' "ulcIuy l0 8avo h1"''
J'e'hhn?lIni?nc'n ru'n' ?0 "
to the UanTt. the bank is afraid ot tho
'"'f. tIlu ba't 'l!8no ceal "'oaiiB
ot kiowlygrosppclally at the moment
I'orlmpa by reason or not buing able
l0 ''0 lt)!U wll0l "J ''"d tauilpil
Bocttrliy ho meets with financial ruin.
Nwf l"P Torrous' system Is thq rt
vorifc' l8 poi a reglslr.-ttlon or deeds
aul ovldoiico or tit o. It Is an nbboluie
rslrftr of fl tie. First ho won or. tho-e
lm8t bJ n trI' ' dotoi-mlno tin
ownership end thou nil deeds are can
colloJ "! b ocout loans or Hans
"Hon the land: a certificate is lssti'd
t0 tl10 ownor ff Iho decree nud nftoi
tllnt hero Is nevor b"1 e oulstaml
ilS certUlcnte and that certificate
sllnvs cvory condition ot titlo. An
tnan ns soon as ho sees tho cortlfl
fe al"l It 1 marked "Torrous1 Land1
ltll0Ws that it Is good. It Is Just .-u
sound and as saro as buying a govern
"10"t """ J fac. tlio Wall Stroot
;'rt"rnnl1 nst 8tirl8 sai(l "Tllat tut
rorrons Land Certificate Is tho sales!
security that could be made by law."
liavo b rocoutly a lettor rrom the
"ovornor General or Ontailo In one
ot the provlncos or Canada In whlcii
" M'- Of all the. many things ol
wliloli wo are pioud In this provlnct
wo arc inl l)rol"l "' r TorrenV
Lal"l Law- Nw suppose the hold
or ot n Torrens' Certificate desired ti
b"rrow somo money upon a tract ol
lco acr8S ot laud say $100.00 and ho'd
so to Iteprosentattvo Uriggs' bank
ovor tIlu"o nd say 1 deslro to borrow
flOO.00. Mr. Uriggs would say Is youi
lnd 'abstract land or Torrens'?" H
be ahould reply abstract Mr. Uriggs
woull W 1 would Mo to submit thai
l0 11V attornoy first; and perhaps a
the end of a week he might got at
opinion and thou refuse the loan bu
ir b U It's Torrens' ho would saj
lel ""-' sua tho certificate. Tho m
"lert lie looked upon the certlflcat
lle uw ovory condition ot tho till.
without n slnglo cont or oxpense. Now
Uio only thing ho would want to know
would bo the kind or land or abou
wal tho laud wus worth. If he know
r the land ho would bo ready thon
no woum otor ue to mano tue toat
because ho would know the wholt
power ot the state was bohlnd tlia1
proporly to protect tho tUIo. Now
suppobo he would loan the $100.09
the ownor would hae that coriiflcali
cnnctUed ou tho clerk's records and i
new one issued to tho owner whon
wo will suppose to bo Hopresontntlvt
"aiiioy nere. on tno race oi mat cor
HHeato Issjuod to Itaiuoy would bi
tl'ls htntoinont: "G. V. Uriggs holdf
' j flr8t ll0 for 10.lm p.00 oi
Itulnov would show- ilint enrtiflentn 1.
!. kWh u. MU. W . '
t It if and i lie mil) question that In
(iuld wan) to kuou Is whether or no
i he laud Would Miami una more lma
lml dollftrli. It he knew fro in trnvo)
lug uot- the land or from his ipm')
al kiowIedg prelously gnlntd ft U
u? valualile laud he would bo ns read
then as he eei would be to loan ou
that nlecu of land Should ha mnkt
i he Ibitn that certificate would be can
celled nud a new one Issued showing
that land belonged to It. &. Ualnoy
that tlio first lien was held bv G. V
Urlgga. for $100.00 and Uiat y second
lien vtfs held by Uobert H. Johnson
lor Jipgi)5 J)'qw nB Mr. Ualnoy paid
offliat lisai tlm snme prowss of can-
eelllfig the eonilJcato nud tlie lssu-
an or niw onosolltnlimtlng tho nay.
inajUs until all hud Ihmmi paid and iio
iian eMsung tnere w-ouiu not oe any
mimsagok riled but all liens would
9hoW ihemsehes on the fjco nt the
ceDlflcate The Irunsferh mado would
cost the priJUiaiy too. of SD cenis w
$1.00 of. .ssitlns cbiHlfltawuf any
matter or conTes "oi "bWRnlWr WSHlfT
paffcs of su- nlxfter tit tWihh 11 I
just slnniH'. and ludewdwoiiU oh the
same plan of transferring stock in a
conoratlon on the books of the coin-
pan v except the land is transferred
onthe books ot the Torrens' Laud Het
ords by a bonded officer of 7h state.
usually made b tho register uf dieds I
i . .... .
mow opponents ot mis sytcm w neu
tnoy raaKo au argument ugaint it WW ffo of lhelr morU Tligso tablets sell
beglu to recite that tt Is declared un- -r 0Uc WT 00JC or senJ ug -pur namo
. constitutional In Illinois and Ohio aUd aaIreH8 anj ws will send you at
Y. that ts true True because there 01ice by mull a trial package frw Ad-
I was some kind of sympathy. In one dress F A Stuart Co ln stiinit
)ntanee between he lawser mill tfi" Din Morshntl Mich
court in others becaust the state con-
itltuiion. but it lins bVen tcsird befo-e
'He supremo court of Massachusetts
ind has gone to the supremo court or
the Vnilgd States in the case whore-
in the supremo court ot tho United
States has said that it compiled with
he due process or law or the land
mil that It did mil tinlale the coustl-
itiU;u or the United Slates If lt did
ml violate I lie constitution or the
itato. It wits di&hucri iiucoustlt'i-
tlou.11 In Illinois betia'ii'e lliore was In-
liclal ptfwerft llhicdil upon tho clerk
ilthough lt Is In force In n iloroctlve
vvay In Cook couhly IUIiioIh nnd yet
i hold bi-roro mo a book from a real
ifitate ddnlor or Illinois In which theie
ire tho n amos ut some 300 business
ion bankers ronl estate dealers
nilroad i mngnntos capitalists and
ithor citizens of Chicago all stating
lint ilioy wore satisfied with the Tor
ens' land certificate under the 1111-
mis plaft tAeit In Its defective" ftirm
lalltotid prosldentp say in this book-
let tjml thoy woilld accept a Toi tuns'
anil ceitlflcalo in preference to a war-
atity deed backmi up by bond io
guarantee titlo lioeane it is safer nnd
ts you know boudi are tjupposod to
o tho safest thing In Uo hiistussB
Now a word its to :iv tho constltti
ion ot Oklahoma should be amended
tud 1 want to say in that connection
hat from the flobr or the Sonuoyah
-oiuciitlou l had this provision put in
o the Souuaynli constitution. From
ho floor or tho constitutional cOuvcn-
Ion or Oklahoma 1 tried to have 1
uit Into the constitution of our state
ut failed because 1 didn't have voice
nough. To establish tho system
IghlJy requires the establishment ol
i court. If necessary with power ol
ot.t original and stipromo jurisdiction
court for that specific woik. U re
litres tho epresi authority of con
otrlng certain seml-Judlcial functions
.pan the keeper of tho tltlos; lt ro
Uilres epross ntithorlty for the state
a guarantee title. All of these dlf
eront requirements are at least
uestlonablo under the Oklahoma con
itltiitlon and certainly the constltu
lot! prohibits the creation of an
ourt except courts inferior' to the su
Now- a word to tho guaranty prop
sltlon one might soy that lt is sub
'ect and the chargo has been made
o a liability of bankruptcy Itself to
.uaraiitoa thesn lilies. The method
f guarantee Is similar to tho bauV
;iiarantoe law enacted by this logls
aturo. that Is whin the suit Is filed
o clear tho title a cortaln very smal
'cr cent (In Massachusetts one halt ol
no mill) of tho -value ot tho land lv
mt into a fund known us a "Torrens
iMoranty Kuud" and remains there
mlt which to pay tho' owner should
ho cotlrt make a mlstnko In tho laud
ftor It is roglbtored. Tho real ownoi
night turn up and proo that the
uurt erred in its decision but he
vould hao to do tills In the limit ol
line tin most laws within two oars)
r ho ts forovor barred from bringing
ho suit. . It he should do so ho can't
ecovcr tho land hut fioni this guar
mty fund ho is paid the vultio thai
s placed upon tho laud nt tho time
ho title was cleared up by the court
t wo continue the pruao.it method
md wo will hare to do k liuloss we
imond the state constitution ot loan
ng the school fund ou real ostnlo wo
vill run Into oxt imiio danger of Iim
ug a lot of that fund unless wo hud
ory coHtiln system slii-h as tho To:
reus' Laud System would afford us
You May Enjoy
l You Will Dut Equip Your Stomncl
With the Rfuht Means tq
Handle the Food.
If uii go into a roNluumiil uife oi
oiel. where all Our I'lulroniucnty
de Ughis. dtuxliiig linen slhcr cm
(ass music chatting nud hiiighiii).
n)insn seem to roretell t f u ;deasdut
iwili your stomach should not revolt
.'hon you read the menu curd.
Heavy stouks soups oyjtere. en
roes salads etc . sjiouhl hold tio tor
-ors for the healthy stomach and thoj
t A small box i f Stuart's Dyniupsls
Tablets placed in your vest pocket wl
bo sufficient guard against tho uia
rovojg of it worn-out 'stomach
A tablet taken a fow moments nftc
a copious maul will remove any II
Otrccts of food from jour sMTiftcli an
you may eat as gierously as tlio
One of those llttlo tablets will of It
seir soltle all questiuns of IndigoaUui
tor that meal and will place youi
stomtic't nud dlgotrtlvu oiaus In t
bettor condltfvu for tho lio.xt
Youi blood will t)c oiirloheJ and tin
ilbltlsted gastric fluids U1 be rebuilt
rrrrtiiharfii byfliKinsTa. Tablols are ht
"I...... J'SVZ.. W.P'.JiL'J 'i-i.".. .. i ..;'
in tlia H&kLrlo inlets ihn eltments they
lack which eaie tfie stomach i emote
In nation and enrich and stimulate the
All of bese statements mav be
h'f;!" - iftfbut a mi ol
J Will (1V l III Ul V lltVI"'
Every druggist carries Stuart's Dys-
i uvi) uiuhi. qt i
- )(J1)llla Tablets in utook and will
We lined ihe sstem In Oklahoma fn
that reason moie thnn nny othpr Fu
anotlier reason the titles are oun-
that Is transfers hate been made but
a shoit ttmc wo could start out issu
ing certificates upon the three million
acres of school land nnd by that
means start big heavy acreage uiuU i
ihe system at practically no cpeiihi
We could take the allotted lauds and
do tht same wa ho there would 'j3
absolute certain' as to their illle a-id
within a geneintion i-kOi plete ot
laud in the slate would b" can led
into the court and its till- cleared up
by Itself whon the school fund being
loaned upon that would thus be pro-
tected hi brief tho Torrens' Land i
System Is a quick Ininpeuslvo cor-
taln method of ascertaining lilies and
a quick easy method of transfor.
You will ousorvo Hint the amend-
ment propuxeri lii this restitution docs I
not compel the legist till o or the pen '
pie uf the strtto lo t'uni'A ttio KMUem
In ihih si.iic motvly gut's the leuls i-
Mire nowcr to du lt.Jir Uiu npohlo to
do II h) lulil.ilhe pelitlmi If liie legli
Inluro lefuso and thereby render it i
constitutional nnd gho Ihe Rvstcni in I
II not crippled as 11 Is in Ohio 111! I
uols ami as it is iu some of I ho other
stales but iu all Us force and vigor
m that lt will In fuel benefit the
Now I desire io read Hie resolution
lust as I request It to be submitted
lo Dm people. It would become sec-
tion 01 ot article t of ihe constitu
tion an-' would read as follows: j
Section CI. Tbo legislature shall!
liao power to provide for a systom
if adjudicating laud tltlos nud determ- j
ulng the rightful owners of real es-;
ate and shall have power to creato I
the necessary court or courts with I
jurisdiction original exclusive and su-;
iiremo or concurrent; and also to pro I
vldo for tbo registration of laud titles i
md to gunrautco the s.tmo nnd 'o
empower any department of state or
of any legal subdivision thereof to-
taep records or land titles and shall
'iithcr have power to create tho nee
Woman Interrupts Political Speaker
A well dressed woman inteirupted j
poUtlcal speaker recentl b contluu
illy coughing If she had take.!
Pole's Honey and Tar it would ha.
;ured her cough qulekly and expelled
ho cold Irom her sstem The i?'-n
lino Foley's Honey and Tnr ronti'l.i-
10 opiates and Is in :t yellow uncl.age
tetuse substitutes (' 11 Henfro.
Weinberger s smokery carries tht
est line or high grade smoking to
acco In tho city.
Special to Dally Leader.
Wiehltii. Ivas. Oct. 23. Mrs. "W. 11.
Vhlto f Uramnn. Okla.. tiie V m.ut
'roni whose body a pair i sur&edii's
u-lssois ( tiilo-n al a loral hdial
1 K'ltr IK I. ml spilug Ihih ln'cn Ir tilt'
lt liiirilig tile past few wei'kx She
Hid her husband c.iuie hcli- with their
Inughter. Opal Whit-. who wus oper-
iled ou a) tlie Wichita 'uispital for all
Ml'S. Wlilln Ih miiIiI id Ii.ivi iiiih li
H'll it lien It li limn rt'ii' li.nl win ii xlii'
i urrled Ihe nuiguou'.- mishiuh .uuiiinl.
itli hei-. hut hei husbiiiiil snjs hlie U I
uu ery sti .ug el j
Mis W.ilti" wiu hi uu'.it hcii' nn. 1 1
tiptTilteil )ll nbuiit llui-f ciii a nnii j
rii'l she luiil nliiili-d In h i h nut' in
)k alumni xhi' bi'i ami' ill iin.l sulfi i !
i'tl cxtrt'ini' pain Sic w.ix IiihiiIii
liere .igaln uiul the mmiiil w.i- u i
0H)lied The miigi')ii fniunl : pin ui
ulpperti in her body The) hint Uoni '
left in the wound lit the first opeiu-
lion JIj. and Mis While and Imp
daughter who has recjvered will n
turn to lliuniaii t la
duetlal to Hail) Loader
.VOljtcago. Oct. S. During the roui e
of a Hepiibltiau di'inn iMiailoii n few
da ago In s 'p Viigtnlh iuwn i
when a siu-ei paiade wa- a pari of
the piogruiu a siua.l bo sia) ut rested
for earning an iniM iluimi itail li
(appears that the lad huii 1'ared th
I pall upon a long stifk whteh he waved
along tho line or marcn The exhibi-
tion so incensed the (eellngB or the
Kepubllcaus that they made complal.it '
tq the police and had the bo arrested I
It appears that tho tun dinner pall a
no longer an lstue Iu the campalijii.
janrt that Ueimbltcons object to .in
jeferenrr 'Q 'lie ippt jipii j.hi
' n I
Ift-jy-! Hh Jfj.qw.iijtf'rfov w mmvtfiijy m&m!
zu -a y
THE full bell-like tone of the Kimball Piano lingers long :n
memory. It is different richer sweeter more refined than any
oilier. Tlicrc arc reasons for this marvelous quality. It lies in
tnc superiority of material anH in the conscientious care bestowed on
ihe construction of the Kimball by ihe highest class of skilled piano
builders. That is why vc can give you the strongest guarantee for
durability nnd mwiiet satisfaction.
1 he pino jnu purclir to br utithclory. mut tc conttruclnl to willislcnd ihe
charge o( our eculi.ir climate and home liraling ij-lf mi. Tlie Kim'jnll Wll-mrlal
-ovrreil pn blotlt (the lieart ol the putno) ts not only imprrviom to moiilure but n
m:itivfly unifirclrd by heat or cold. 'I lie Kimball patent mclal hammer and
cUrfiiwr flanRC can not lr aflcclol by jtmofphrric chingej. Tlicv things give the
Kimball that iatiing heirloom qrialltu so much desired by ctery purchaser. Let un
send ou our catalogue prices ami terms.
Free: Words and Music "Love's Old Sweet Sonff"
. -Toewrir vnm Mwwrtine lltw hrrtiM.mtt l txwt we will wml a copy cl TI Muw
I UlM ronl mine tt wofil ind raunr of "I r itHd Swtl Snt" smi much TsllnUs
riano tnlnnntlion. f VV will Uo rxpstm oir lirr l lafHi im iMvejr-iavinf s-hn wKrctr
youcsncitum aKMblullbfl a convenient rjalrm of payment.
Read wliat tlic Greatest Musiclana say
Johanna Gadiii writes ikal
Kimball ranks with llie best."
Emma Earns: "I am charmed with
the Kimball's beauuful tone."
Mjrtle Elvyr.: "The Kimball Pianos
tc supcihf tpecimen ol artistic piano
building and furnish tlie most perfect
medium for evtiy pbaso of pisno
Cmil LicLling' "The Kimkll Piano
meets my requirements in eiery respect.11
CaiS a "tini"t '
TlitiiarniolW l kjmb HCo ulii o( every part cfthu creal imliumeal. 180000 KimUH
1 iuiosaretaueuithi.b uiei ' ll.e tei te la ilw Uqd. Vnici3da GctourmoacyiavinKlin
The Guthrie Business University
Jncorpor.iod under the laws uf Oklahoma and you aro protected- Knter
any time. Tlio Greatest Shorthand School in the world. Our btudents are
learnlug shorthand In DVj das and telegraphy In two months. We teach
iiuickly and thoioughly Uookkeeplm; Shorthand Touch Typewriting
l'onmiinnhlp. Telegraphy for It H oporator. Civil Sorvlco Ad Writing K H.
Accounting Higher English nud Matliomatlcs WlItUI.KSS TISLlCailAl'HY
for Gouruuieut Positions. Every teacher an expert. Finest penman in tlia
state. Tako your businoss course at Guth'rlo the Capital ot tho stato so
you can get a High Salary Position as soon as you graduate lt costs but
llttlo more to attend a first class college. It means an increase ot $10 to
l't) to your sal'iiy.
liw nopnrunoiil Ghlef Jusllco It. I. lllhrr3 Is Uoan of the hurt
PiilMiimiiil. Associate Justices .iesso J. Utiiin Mnlthuw J. Kane S. W.
llajes John II Turner mid Judge John II. "Cottor.il U. H. District Judgo
Speel.il U'ctuiors Judifo lnMrcuee Iteferoo In lliuikfrnplcy; Judgi A. H
Huston Jiulgu of iJlstiht Court; Hon. C. G. Hoiuor und Hon. Horace Speed
Thu 11 mombors ut the Dar Commisalou will bo Invited to niako
Spoolnl Locturos. Two jours' course Dogruo LU 11.
Wtlto for largo froo catalog.
W. A. (JUlaMiUatS A. M.. hh O. Pros.
Yntis ('nii'i Huh M pi is -hiv
fli I III V (IiKlmr. IM III Hi I" ill'
llntKTivii Wiinib'i i in il tin ol Iwl
n' .mil 111 nil i li ml li il i ill' I
llll'tlll llil uu I iilli M i II -i Inllii
-.mi 'hi lo ill d ii i i
uu ul I
( l P. W.u. hi I ii i"l
foi ISlild'wlKie Ik ltllt'iexl
for Infants and Children.
'JClio Kind iti IIuv5 Ahvays UoitfjUt litis liornn tho k?rm-
tnro of C'lin. IT. rk'tt licr ami lms beat liiailo tuulor JiU
jjiotxnml piiiHTiisIun for over DO yenis. Allow no ona
ao deceive joit in this. Countei'fclts Itiiltiitlons ami
PJus't-i-KOod'" ro but KxperiniL'tits nul- cntltngcr tlio
gioiiltli. iC Clil)iU-ottlA'Icrlcuqo ngtihist HsnvrlBicut
The Kind Ton Have Always Bought
1 Bears tho
In Use For Over 30 Yearis.
tm UNtiu cvV:t f Mutf Tkrer Mrw city
' . TUT fj
nDeRmUi "Tlic Kimball is ab-
John Philip Sousa- "The Kimball
Piano is first-class in every respect."
Waller Damioschi "The Kimball is
pure refined and powerful of tone."
And icorei oi others add equally con-
everywhcie will tell you thai the
Kimball jvilent combined hammer
and damper flange saves more trouble
ar.dcxpensi that any other one thinj.
J L. Sheldon oi Topcla Kas
one of' the best known tuners in the
United States says: "The Kimball
hammt r end damper fiances entirely
do cway with the detects ol the old
style winch caused sluggishness dis-
'tf placement and raiding
J John 3. Austin ot Minneapolis;
"It nrotones the life of the Diano."
James Parkinson ol Providence
R l.says: "The Kimball brass fiance
is the only one that will keep the
hammers and dampers inexact post-
ion thereby saving lots ol trouble
MURnAY HAS A ItELAPSE
l'i hi iiiiiiBo Oklu Oil ii Hon
Um II Mum i wlill Jh ill luwn t-'n
mil i tn iUiii i i ir i'iii.ilh In ti ell
ni itn i iiniiii-ii iiiii an 1 1 1 ii hs "f
ii i in u li n hijfri i I'll ii r
ill'-- .iiul i- i i iim il in ills bed ii
rws ountr home ueai Ttshomliigi) In
.ill iiiobdbllliv he will bi un.ilile lo g'j
piiu ill' landing" ugam this fall
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 136, Ed. 1, Friday, October 23, 1908, newspaper, October 23, 1908; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc72568/m1/2/: accessed December 16, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.