The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 156, Ed. 1, Monday, November 16, 1908 Page: 3 of 40
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AOTTTVJSKSATIT ElOTIOK THE LEABJCft QOTHRIE MONDAY. NOV. 16 IftOfl
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1 II MEMORY DF COWBOY LiS SOB-
T GHA5S D NT HO LI
ie Oklahoma ?
If so -write an
I .JLaw W &$ sMvt? a W JLJUJI
(By Vernlc Earle Banner). looking after ltn Interests men whom
There is perhaps no li" of the 'ho cattlemen could control with a
new 8i.i that will give to the hlstor-l llitie moi.p The cattlomeu saw
Ian of the ruturo nnv more traditions! their Jays nvarlv gone saw that lth
of general Interest than will mat see- ma seiunieni or tno country tneir ipst
lion corauonly known as tno Bnon
praRs country." Here indued less
than a generation ago the. buffalo and
the wi!d horse roamed about in all
i heir native freedom undlstrubod
knvn for nn oconsloiial sally forra
fi n n.i Indian hand for Oils was out into tho cattlemen's
the last gient "hunting ground for the become r.ore firin and lltUo by little
t .lim .it iim fnr ivr.ui " Hero tho Rmal! townr began (o snrliiu uti Lit-
coyotes live and reared their youne lie by Utile the settler begun to llnd
unmolested. Hero the pralrlo dog that tho "great desert" whs mostly
l.Mlded hit town. Here the partridge". a dream. Utile by little the cowman
and the jiialrfo hen baslwd and wat- "saw hid finish. Great fields of wheat
lowed In the fifun. cnl hafn' and maize began to super
Hut the traditions or' moat Interest wdb M10 n1(l8 of short grass. Utile
concerning thin section of tho now ny mue tnu great river uouoms oi
male am not of buffalo and wtrujtbe Cimarron and Canadian veie
imiuuor nou ironi ranges to news oi
jollow corn. Today the cowman not
yet citiljto extinct Is pretty much of a
tcsort wus gone When tho sunorvl
bIoii of the gotoriimont passed to the
territory condltioits wero alow to
As Iho years wont by'tho tSelerml-
nalion ot tho settlers who ventured
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I Clean -Ip GasSi Sale
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Monareli ' Ooois Co;?
I WILL BEGIN
horses nniS coyote and partridges
but are ll.o traditions of tho cow-
nniii wlinsn n:irt in the maltluc of (ho
biwiorj of this wonddrful now com-iC'rlnualty
t iiinweulih can never he Jorgotto.
Tin- -' nrt grass country" occupy'
Ing the greater part of tho northwest'
Tlut whutever may he tho final de
M'ltipmoht of this great section of
Iho now stale tho fact will always
uuZlcLu .."""".. .".'iiemaltl thtl It was-orlslnally the ical
V. - l'v .. ." ... Vnlu 'J'nrt of Ihc state that has Klven rl.
h7o have tha Iwrjfi list of faf n lands in Uiio soction ranging
in price from $10 to $75.
-Farm Land3 fosr Salo or Exchange.
City Property for Salo or Exchange.
fRoom-10 Oray Building
Phono No. 758.
Loans Eentals assd insurance.
ALLOW BUTCHER FROCEDIGi SAID NEGRO WAS JUSTIFIED.
Cordolh yov. 1C Tho jury in tho
oaso Qf State vs. John L. Taoltott
charged with assault with Intent to
Jslll T. A. WItton using a hulfe for
that purpose brought In a voiiiiet At I
simplu assault and assossod the.pwn-1
lshment at TfS.OO. Tho punlament is t
tho llgheot tliut could bo asaffJ.
. Raw Lungs.
W.'ian tho lungs nro horc and Innam-
oq thd germs of pneumonia ui)d win-
Mimpllon find lodgement and multiply
fr'otoy'a ljiifiey and 7ar kills tho cough
Kerms mro'H tho most obstinate rack
tn cough heals tho lungs and tiro-
ento inirleus rslultn. Tiio gpnuluti la
In iho yollow packago.
C. St Renfro.
Co dell Nov. 10. Will Hunt the
negro ohugad with killing his hrothor
on a farm near tho river ft few days
ago. was tried anj acquitted by thf
Jim . The '.efenso uns justlflablo
hoaiac! .. Tho defendant claimed
that his brother wvin about to shoot
jlm when he nml th faUl shot.
Winter blasts causing puuunimiln
filutirlsy and conMinijitlon will sooi bo
hero. Curo your cntitdi now end
irengthin our lungs with Koloy's
l.mioy ond Tar. Do not risk starting
I lie wind f with weak lungs when Fo-
ley's Hone;- and Tar will cure the most
Jbyliuato coughs and colds and pro-
.in suiIdiis results
C. It. Kuifio.
UVill lilt IUVvJ A .V..- .-. t llll.... t
f i l imo u i L. m r"Mt nr"rlts MiA ""ilulatlng plains
quartor. 1 ars a rr lntlon the s a.o wlmnflhl Ultf0 ni1(1 coyo(07U(1 UlP
cons tic. ably slnillar lo i lid re lotion h f
estern Kansa B boa to that . a tato Jh unvn.pcarn.1 with the
When tm koourlv was open d co iHai)Pm.t
for sotthmient tho Greater Part of he tho settler
Ht'CIJUU Iin IIIUUl' HVUll.unv i. vii n"
"""". ""'": Vim i . in i ini cnmo- '"' Prairie hen niid the coyote
low of iho armor liu t tho i la id had d domestic fowl
ecu under an unmolested control oi .
iieen iiuuer uu iiiiiuuibiibu tuuuui wi . .
tin cownnn. whom the settlers had 01a"""0'8.-
dilven f'ora tho fertile vnlloys ot that
Tho passing of tho cowboy Is nl
'" "V '" " n "Z r T mm' 8 Md a thought as Hint of
pmi or the slate nrat oiioiiod for sot- h
tlement. refused to w 11 ng y vacate
"The i.nort grass country
SZ an!iiin wa" a 0or. happier set Mian thoy.
fiom the fact that the soil Is in . .. . .. . .. ..:..
many Places thin and otor carcc. i d ot
tins causing ho pass o-grow short. MMij. c0Un0lf wU)0Ut )nw wlU(llt
Ibis seeton Is In tho heart of what
lCMralnt without homo save a blanl.ei
uas one looked umn as a great n mu fl BmWp f(ji R w
('c"'erl' Tho great hunting ground of the
F!fle.Mi ears ago tilt njeniories of iannH 9 no molo. t WHH tuken U
the hardships expurleneod by settlers tjle Cownn n Tho reservations owr
of old wi'tiern Kansas wore frash 1 HliFali the cowmon for so many years
the minds ot every mnn In tho West. nienl!d aro no more; tho Incessant
hiorles ot doalh front thirst and otnr- nilI8try of tho home builder has fur-
vation. whether tnio or false weie iWed k.t way across thorn and they
upon tho tongue of those who wel-ive blo.uoraed Into Holds of shilling
corned "ery now coiner. Long Hea-rnn (;at j'jjg ot Hn)t jlnvo jc
sous ot nought nuide it haul ovon for iscovorol In thoso portions not (It for
the cowmnn for his stock had to culttvatlou. which the cattle and the
have at.T Ltit water they always jffno nnd doer have frequented for
siemod ir find and ho becdine almost Ccuturla3 perhaps. Thoso are bolng
tho solo rnlor of tho land. FrecpionllyM(velopol. Groat buds of gypsum
ihe KOiriinient would sand men in imvo been found and this Is holng pul
'o ansWM the complaint of n lono sot- to UROj Largo amounts of granite
tier who nan tiareu to mco uio uu utvo he-i unoarthod and this is bolng
ft voi able conditions for a home usu- piaparod for buildings. So this sei
tion of the now state rich In trndl
We must unload several thousand
dollars worth of Winter Merchandise
in the next IS days.
All the Men's Suits in our store will be cleaned
up at '. $10.00 $12.50 and $15.00
$20.00 .$22.50 ant! $25.00 Suits lor $15.00
$13.00 $10.30 nml $18.00 Nuit$ for $12.50
$11.00 $12.50 and $15.00 Suits for $10.00
All the High Grade $5.00 and $0.00 Pants on sale
at -. w ...$3.98
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WILL GO TO FLORIDA.
Sraclnl to Dailv Leader.
Oidlahonia City Okla. Nov. 16.
Tlev. J. J. Thompson who has resigned
as a dispensary inspector announces
tsnt he will go to Florida to malco a
flgnt for state-wilo prohibition. Until
recontly he ns State auiwrlntendunt
of the Antl-Sntoon longuo with head-1
liiiv some one who hrtd heon unfortun
sic In Milling a "claim ' in tho first
iiisli. Hut somohow tho cowmen
would get the host ot the bargain
and pprhaps tho sottler would then
be compelled to move awny and give
the cownun the lfeld.
Itetiirnli f perhaps to I1I3 old homo
111 tho Noith or East tho sottler would
liavo a stoiy to toll that was by 110
moans encouraging. Tho result was
mat sntthrs stoerod clear ot tho
Short gn .s country" while Iho cow
tlolio of the past is now rich in tli
producls of the present.
Men's IQe. (Irev and Blue MixoiL Sox 6c.
Men's 15e. Plain Color Ualf Hose Blue Red Green
Purple Black and Tan 9c.
Men's 10c. Canvas Gloves . 7c.
Men's C5e. Fleeced Underwear 39c.
Misses' $5.00 Panama Skirt ...$295
Boys' 35e. Fleeced Underwr r . ... ..19c.
Ladies' and Children's Underwear Veatfj and Pants
also Union Suits . .. .. ......55c.
Misses' Coats at First Cost.
Children's Coats at First Cost.
Boy's Clothing to Closo Out at Cost.
Remember This Sale Starts Wednesday Nov. 18
The nbovp Is tho namo ot a. Ocrman
thomlcal. which Is ono ot tho many
valuable Ingredients ot Foley's Kidney
Romody. Hoxamothylonototrnmlno Is
i 3cognlzort by modlcnl toxt hooks and
authorltlo as a urlo acid solvent and
antlsoDtlc for t'lo urine. Tako Foley's
men continued to fatten their hords I KUinoy Ho nedy as soon as you nonce
" . . . . . i 11.. nnv IrrnmilnfitlnH nnil nvntil n urMlotiR
inacucniy inimoiesieu. uccaBiununy
'jzmmrmv y MiLj.ujjMaMuaikKiKMiimaitgigjKa
For First Class
any irrogularitlos and avoid a seilous
C. R. Kcnfro.
If You Are Over Fifty Read This
Most i.eoplo past middle-ago suffof
from kldne and bladdor dlsordors
which J-oIcy's Kidney Homcdy would
cuiii. R'.ni Iho drain on Ihe vitality 1
and restore newded strength and vigor. I
Coinmoni'o taking Foloy's Kidney Re-
medy 'oday. i
U II. Renfro.
a sottler would vontviro In. only to
have his hut burnod or his "'dugout"
"Hod up and his foncos torn away.
!f the settler wore aione ami roiusou ooOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
10 oe semen uy uiena uuiiuiib mu ii"v q q
uemon woum nuu a way aim i.mi.y . Q 0ver 5000 Bae at Adfli Q
lalos not good to hoar wero told. It 0 0
ho hud a family he would move hack I Q s.oclal to D:iy Leader. O
.0 whem ho ramo from or hunt a loss i 0 u-OU;i Nov. i6.Ada Is he O
dangerous abiding place. 0 comnR ft cotlo celltori neport O
Tho owmon woro entourngod a o from all Industries liore show O
god de.;l by tho government first q that tho rcc&LptB to date aniouin O
hecdiiso they had leases on tho laud o to C00O bales O
fiom the governmoiit and second be- q q
(auso the government had rascals u-it 'ooOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
phv' 1 livery
mmSwmMM hoover bros.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 156, Ed. 1, Monday, November 16, 1908, newspaper, November 16, 1908; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc72587/m1/3/: accessed March 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.