The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 156, Ed. 1, Monday, November 16, 1908 Page: 4 of 40
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ANHIVEBSART EDITION THE LEADER GUTHBIE MONDAY. HOY. 16 1908..
SBS 33 AILY
BY LESLIE Q.
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MONDAY NOVEMBER 16. 1008.
' A WORD AT THE FIR8T 8TATE MILE-POST.
Commemorative of the first anniversary of statehood. Tho Leader o mes
to Ite riders I'oday befirlng abundant evidence of tho now stale's prosperity.
One year ngo today Oklahoma territory after years of travail jelned the
sisterhood of s'ates. Filled with optimism and1 tho resources with which to
back up this silrlt of elation. It flouted tho pessimists picked up its burden
and iprccecded tc- occuiiy tho Nation's spotlight. Whcrcforo we arc sur-
Tp Use the vernacular of Uio Street Oklahoma hnB "delivered tho goods."
One year of statehood u.idor a twentieth century constitution and a business
administration makes tho twelfth month glance 'backward vibrant vlth pride.
Uhospectlvely wo pay homage t- Ullllken tho god of luck and good fortune.
Lifting tho veil of tho future reno dlscorn tho God of Bolter Things. Oklahoma
bolng groat xvfhy should wo not extoll hor greatness? iln a word the Infant
state of tho Union possesses all tho resources and all the 'brains necessary
to dovelep these resources natural and acquired owned and prldcfully
oatelled toy each and cvory other state of tho Union. Therefore Tho Leader
la pleased to chant the goodness of Oklahoma and Its capital city
And In passing Tho Leader has no apologies to rffcr for Its humble
.contribution to tho upbuilding of tho territory and state. For fifteen years
The Leader has been on tho firing lino while history has been warm In tho
making. The Leader Is of for and hy Oklahoma. It has gtvwn from a
gaso'.lno engine that didn't work and from a wood Jotter "O" that required
operation to make a "C" to a state Institution possessing all modern
ifacllltles and a cllentelo that novcr wnvers Tho (Leader has kopt even
pace with tho development of territory and state. Its. euccobs Is duo to
Oklahoma loyalty; It has thrlvon on merit anj undying persistency. A
Democratic paper In the very nest of Ucpubtlcanlsm The Loador has passed
through countless adversities. Its struggles havo ibecn hard. But The
Leader has ono on. For fifteen years It has been under the eamo owner-
hlp and management Tho Loader has mado no spectacular fan fares or
flamboyant displays. It has not anight to force normal conditions Into
abnormal channels to Its own hurt and tho consequent harm to tho city. Tho
Leader has persistently and zealously labored for tho 'betterment of Guthrie.
Logan county and; Oklahoma. If nny ono has suffered In this uplift The
Leader grieves but It cannot tarry to hind Imaginary wounds. Tho march
forward for the -state Is relont!bs. It novcr halts; never sleeps nnd Tho
Loader now m In tho vast Is In the vargunrd on tho firing line.
This Issue of Tho Leader comes as a testimonial to the people who
havo maJo Oklahoma great!
Oklahoma has been tho tepic of
much writing and many suggestions
within tho past year. Tho vast ma-
jorlty of top writers havo won their
groat knowledge of tho state by travel-
ing through on somo lino of railroad
ami hastening homo to explode their
opinions eo-c&llcd 'Decauso Oklahoma
is courteous nnd expects to bo mis-
represented by honost folk with good
Oklahoma can endure hurden of
misrepresentation It tho author ho fair
ami honest. What ho says of us that
he does not understand can bo refu-
ted; iwhat Is right vUI win our appre-
ciation ami good will .
We aro tho 4aby state and as such
must expect much advice from tho
older commonwealths and havo our
(errors well advertised. If In tho nota-
tion of our faults our virtues be men-
tioned tho state will not tako excep-
tions. In fact Oklahoma haB room for tho
progressive man; If ho havo capital
ho can make it ourn great returns; If
je has not tho capital but tho energy
nsi ambition to secure a llfo's com-
petency we also havo that and nil who
v-an become nsuful are Invited any
.rgel to Join us in the making of an
Te net state can 'with ease sup
port ten millions of people and until
o get that numhor the "latchstrlug"
ill bo on tho outside for whoso will
join uh and aid In tho honest up
.'Ulldlsig of (ho state.
One of the greatest features of tin
vw state ami one soldoai mentionot
he'-uuse of the Army or diversified ad
.niuugu. w have oivr itio majority of
mates 1 the llmitte. No state In the
nloii ami vte refer to the govern-
ment roponts has so equitable climate
as Oklahoma. We have little cold
weather women ware their llghi
summer gowns In Guthrie last wlntor
almost oiory Sunday until the second
vi-fik in February and the heatet
period Is temporcd by tho cool nlghi
wlnde making It comfortablo to sleej
wider a light cover In the hot days o'
he year The wlntor .months nrc
ideal tho first frost to kill plants com
ing in October after whloh wo as
rule havo the uplonajd "Indian sum
nif-r" often lasting until ithe last weol
in January. Snow bothers but littlo
and. so far as Guihrlo Is ooi-.cornur'
b oneo dreaded "Norther" of tbf
plains lb a etranger whose visits wll
tioor be by Invitation.
There aie four dlrtlnoi ollinatli
zones lathe wtato. Tho smellost owet
Its peculiarity for being at the far-out
foothills of the Or (irk mountains and
rx'etulK southwest to the foothills ot
hu Arbuckle moumalns of Southeast-
ern Oklahoma. It Is tho great rain
belt and the winters ero mere noted
for tho falling rain than for any oth
er one 1tom This bolt has a western
dividing lino at or near Bartlesvlllo !
and extends sotuhwost almobt to Ada-
the county -seat of Pontotoc county i
Southern Oklahoma as It Is termed
Is broken oft from the southwest b
tho Wichita mountains. It tins tbo
(.amo climate of North Texas and has
hotter nights than tho remainder of
tho state This eectlon extends north
to 4he Art-uckhj range of mountains
eud does Tot xeach the ewt end of the
tste on account of thj? )ow mountain
chain whloh breaks tho oast winds
t'ontral Oklahoma comprises the
original countlos oponcd and goes
west to tho 100 meridian Alva bolng
considered tho boundary. This sec-
tion Is tho borderland between the
rain belt and the dry short grass eoc-
tion of tho state and Is Ideal In
aomunt of rulufall and the climatic
blosslngs. Seldom is there an unpleas-
ant day and the sunshine has won for
tho section tho appellation of tho
"Land of the Fair God." It Is beyond
doubt the most pleasant climate found
within the domain of theso United
3tates and tho great fertility of soil
win meat ouvamageB maue it one of
he Ideal polnls of tho Republic. To
he west ombruclng all of the short
;rass country vlth a rainfall onre cou
ildured llko the desert but now sut-
Iclont to ralso almost any profitable
jrop Is tho great section we call
he soratarlti and across thoso plains
;ach woctlon and aJntost each quarter
ectlon Is tho other and last climatic
ono In Oklahoma. There tho rain
eldomr falls In tho spring or autumn
Od the winters are llko that of the
'ontral division save when the gulf
vlnds spoedlng northwest meet tho
real oast winds of tho Hocky Mourn
alns. the sudden change and fall of
emporaturo cause tho droaded
Norther" although wo aro spared the
iwfH damage thoy do south and west.
Tho bad days of tho Central and
Vestorn divisions vIll not total ten In
Uhor division and the sunshlno
ottnl sroutiit tho world. TIs a land
f promises and promlsos fulflllod; has
rodnoed nioro wealth In proiwrtlou
Uio labor and monoy oxponded than
11 othor division of states of tho
'nlon and Oklahoma claims to he
best climated stato ot tho Union
nd Colorado a seven-months climatic
ronderland and paradise wishes no
In fact Oklahoma can compaTO to
er credit with any fertile land bo-
eath tho domain of God. It has tho
ills and tho minerals climate and
-onory and her pooplo. tno most cos-
tojwlltan Jn All tho United States
sk and Invite progrosslvo peoplo to
;ake this tholr home; to Invost with
s and aid to make tho baby state
io groat ono. And In ton years Ok-
thorns will bo tho most populous
tate wost of tho Mississippi and da
ot forget this prophoey. for it is as
ure as if inspirod.
IBNBY'S BLOODSTAINED RECORD
Tho man who attempted to kill
ranels Heney at Sun Franolsco may
ae been a wretch of low degree
my ha" walked In sin and been
.ilof counsel to thoso who will inhabit
jo vullev of darknobS and bo happy
u tho misery ho has hurtled off to
e but thoro can be no man accord-
m to those who were In tho vnlleyu
ml hills ol tho American desert somo
ew years ago so lowly and bo vile
s the oni. who has (according to tho
vldcnce submitted)) been the mam-
ley of righteous effort to punish tho
:rafters and emplre-wrocberu at
Those who walk in the West the
olden West or bretthe In health and
tapplness In the Oouthwest ara re
guorant of tho desert In reality as
ire thoso who tread tbo "Great While
Way" iu New York or stand gazing
nt the waters of Lake Michigan.
Tho desert Is a strange place were
rrrn ha .J gone hflcauso tho law of
-nturo nhnws there Is no other place
frr them or because beneath tho soil
of tho desert 'Is supposed to bo the
harvest of "AU-and-Then-Somo."
Heney nns of tho deseru Ho cerao
from that land an red-handed a mur-
derer ns we havo record of. Ho had
been accused of stealing tho affections
Of another man's wife. 'In tho desert
tho law m tho law of each defending
self nn.1 that which Is his. Heney
knew tho law when the two men met
tho one which deported added to the
classified directory list of Arizona an
addition to tho "Widows' column.
Utah furnished more testimony of
like nature "and thon Heney left
the desert. Look behind the Frisco
record of tho man who shot Honey
and self nnd you will And he Is a
'Desert Child" and tho law of the dc-
Berl doth not change. 'Twos tho law
In the any of llmelokar; 'tis still a
law. And 'twill be when thoso now
on onrth ore gone.
WHY OKLAHOMA 18 DEMOCRATIC
Oklahoma Domocracy has been fa
vored' hy the decree ol fate and it Is
an exact and Incontrovertible truth
to state that the defeat of tho party
In pas4 years throughout Uio state
was ono of the caubes or building an
indestructible Democracy In Oklahoma.
The rulo of the Interior Department
In Indian Territory was suITclent
cause to damn Republicanism for a
quarter of a century. What tho mon of
Republican faith do not understand.
Is that thoso who havo suffered 'oecn
nnnnvaM nnd tilundcred by as usolcss
members xt a governmental forco
as was evor known Urovo from tho
ranks of the dominant party all tho
mon Whoso Inherent faith was ground-
cM In tho principles of tho Republican
Th6 home-builder and tho homo-
makes of tho eastern portion ot Okla-
homa will "novor bo guilty ot openly
supporting tho causo ot a party which
Intmlllatod made him depenlent and
then laughed at tho wrongs Inflicted
upon him nnkV his loved ones. A party
that gave to the negto the right to
alienate his lands and refusud that
booh of citizenship to tho iproud Semi-
nole Choctaw Chorokoo Chlckasha
or Creek Indian has not hope of win-
ning much. It may sing the siren
song of prosperity or pleasure; may
united with ottmr ivllonvmaKers or
the gospel of expediency and salute
nnd Balaam tho Red. man but ho
who asked no more than tho proud
prlvllego of American citizenship and
In anawcr to that noblo request was
told to go home and get his snocs
and his iprovendcr fo- his offspring
through tho Indian ngont who charged
a percentage for looking after the
property that was worBo off bocauso
ot nls rule and reign he wo repeat-Twill
not support that party though It
come ladcticd ivvith tho cornucopia In
(ho fullest sense of tho term.
Tho sottlers of tho west half of this
stato are cuualw iJlvtled as to politi
cal faith. Tney havo tho Inherited
tendencies of tho states from whence
thoy camo and tho samo Ideas as aro
round In the states left. But tho In-
dian hath not this to mako him even
listen with rospect to tho song of the
politician. Ho nsktsl for tho boon
of citizenship and was reviled. Ho
asked to he allowed to assume tho
mastery of his own household and
was bcornetl. He asked to be allowed
the prlvilego of assisting to mako the
law governing self and In defense of
tho Tequest read tho Declaration ot
Independence and tho history ol tho
causes which lent to tha nr against
Mother England In answer ho wpa
malJo secondary to tho black man.
ana was retubcd a hearing In tho
courts on an equality with other men.
Tho Indian Is .proud. "Whatever his
faults his seir-respect lb superior to
tho white brother antf friend and
homo moan more to him than to tho
man o any other race ot coU.
The morning of November 10 one
icar ago this day meant liberty to
the red man. He had fought under
the banner of tho iDlxie land and 'with
tho Southron ho had gono to dofecU-
hlo slaves liberated atJ sont to dwell
In superiority over him In the land
the "Great White Father" had given
Tho Domocracy is the party of the
Indian. Ho will stand an true and
brave to the cause as man can stand
and 1111111 that union Is dissolved Ro-
publlcanlsm In Oklahoma Is but a
drpain without hops of realism.
Numerous accottllng to n Domocra
Me Journal as aro tbo othor causes for
Oklahoma Democrac) carry with jou
tho memory that the white man end
the rod man Domoorats front oppor-
tunity nir choice will novor break
that union-blosseid chain of allegiance
so long as rlnht Is rlsbt and truth tho
Our first mllo-post.
One year old today.
Let's build tho city.
Muskofioo Red is at largo.
Yob tho constitution is geod!
Oklahoma first in everything.
Kaiser Wllholm Is ready for Norman.
Nobody Is making a practloe of tiles-
Is Roosevelt fcollng all the peoplo
all the tlmo?
Every time a saloon oixins Ic Mus-
koseo It clobes again.
"Ho who falters is a dastard; be
who doubts Is damned."
The Leader refuses to take any hand
In the selection ot Rill Taft's cabinet
BOm IT MM I II
Hearst says "Uio Independence party
Is growing." Hearst Is a 33-carat dub.
The country "will watch with Interest
the attempt to Ue a van to Joe Canuen-
'.".;.: 'v:r.." jsj
Oklahoma 4s b three-story ostmtry.
Keep that fcofore the prospective set-
Much of ho charltyt that begins at
heme Is teo feeble to g but of the
Diversified crcps? Vest Direct the
(JlsapiKiJUled Eastern farmer to Okla-
homa. It develops 'that iDennls Flynn
worked overtime with a pair of raw
ii i "i
Moro .power to the Corporation com-
mission. Let tho' coal combine ibo
One .year of statehood under Dem-
ocracy. A great state a great party
Nothing is calculated l worry a
pessimist moro than Bao noise made oy
people who shout for Joy.
Chairman Joo Morris wants a copy
.( tho laws of tho Modes and the
Persians bound In .buck-ram.
The governor ot Kentucky says ho
will borrow a million dollars If neces-
sary. So will we if wo can.
Scrlbncr's magazine has located the
blrthplaco of Elsa Elslnga. The niaga-
zlneo certainly do great work.
Carl McGee ha? Incurred the dls-
ploasuro of the Tulsa World by being
elected to the Tulsa school board.
No one knews what Congressman
McGuIre "thinks" about tariff revision
Many know what ho "says" about It.
Nat Goodwin declares that ho knows
tho marriage ceremony by heart. Well
It Is an nffslr of .the heart. Isn't It?
Dick Morgan's facial lainbrlqulns
n-w bloom and blossom as the rose.
Dick's our rosy posy
Okmulgee Jumps hit the limelight
as the Springfield. Ohio. Illinois and
Missouri of Oklahoma. Boose as
It Is ns ossontlal to bring farmers
to Oklahoma as manufacturers. The
now state offers room and opportunity
for both. '
RecalllnniythologyT Sisyphus was
rem polled to roll a stone uu a hill.
Sisyphus probably had mado a ftenk
Are there-any Nobel prizes for
vitalizing a constitution; for making n
great state? It so pin one on Gov-
Since the election Congressman Mc
Quire has been placed on a Cascaret
dlot. He now works white ho sleeps.
Ho never worked before -r behind.
rinirpflmim. CrcaKer complalue of
tho way some of tho Republican cam-
paign orators spill their nfln"Wes.
Crcager ought to bo thankrul they
didn't split the party.
To tho man In tho East; Are you
discouraged: aro )ou 'blub' ould
you lead a better life? Then Icavo
ntt taking Peruna and Wine of Cardtil
md come to Oklahoma.
Amos Ewlng hae Just figured out
how the Venus Ue MUo came to lose
her arms. His version Is that bko
broke them off trying to (button hor
siiirt waist up tfae back.
We arelTred or tho ory ot "grait"
by a lot of foeap sensationalists. It
Is a word used t o recklessly. Our
people are as iionest ami su "I'ly
ns nnydntne union uMuuw.a .w
Times. J ' - . .
Thon for goodness sake shut up.
Governor Ha3kell has 'been attacked
and vllllfled. He has been charged
wltb evorj thing itnder tho sun. but not
i.xtinMn i-hiimnaiaa been nr.vcn. And
.rw----""- -r ..io
yet. despito tnese niniu-iuuo nuvo.
Governor Haskell hau gone on In the
even tenor of his way making good.
The work of imttlng 'wheels under a
territory and rolling It Into a suite
with tho manifold cxactl-Jns incident
is no light duty. Tho vitalizing ot tho
twentieth century constitution hy tho
executive and (lis colleague will go
down In history as an event to be
oarded in Gothic bold.
Tho rumors prihled In the news-
paper about the threat ot lynching
tho lad. Johnson hocause tho United
States Court grantel a habeas corpus
writ Fridub night was bosh puro and
simple. Tho prisoner has been ap-
polnteil te die by authority ot tho law
twice nnd each tlmo escape was had
because tbo limit of tho lw was not
reached and all talk of using vlolouce
but disgraces the t6tc. One thing Is
cortaln that an Oklahoma mob will
Ijavo to look sharp to avoll the hang-
hinn's norwo It Is fairly well un.lor-
uteod taat none or that nonsense Is to
bo had in this state and the mob
whloh takes the ltw from the courts
must hang and high"? than tho eter-
nal and much-advortlaod Mr. Human
Thsl is a sovereign state and
through hor courts tho law good or
bad. will 'bo administered. We never
aw .the loador o fa mob who vMJ not
provoke nature and play scurvy trick
on his follqw-bolnge for not being born
dead and that Is the truth eternal as
God would glvo It.
Tho reason no ono has ntn' any
serious statement about tho "New Je-
rusalem" proposition as to locating tho
capital In the' center of tho stato
whore tho stato Is to get land' lay off
samo Into town lots soil awl save the
money to buy other trapping with. Is
wholly and ialoly hocauso the proposi-
tion contained neither a proposition to
act nor one legal method of accom-
plishing the result being voted on.
As state.1 it was a vote to decide
iwhen ithe capital Is located if they
would lio so In cunformlty with the
describe! or attempted to
described in this so-calloJ Idea.
U Is not an amandracnt to the con-
stitution; nor Io It a -way of chooalcg
a capital slto. It offers no more than
the csrprosslon of; the voters as fo the
way of choosing1 a eapkal and Is tho
wildest dream of an impractical
Wreamer. If there were tha least rea-
son hebtnd the proposition "that might
in any manner have to do wth state
affairs the proposition failed because
It had' no constitutional tnajoHiy. But!'
It needed none. St could1 mo as well I o
with ono vote as a million would bo
as binding pasted against tha fence as
on a ballot. It can bo state! in kindness-
thnt tho kit-earn was well planned hhU
fell down because thoro was no way
for It to win.
Got tho Idea out of the way about
the Now Jerusalem tattered dTcani of
tattcrekf -days ami shining only as ono
of Campbell Russell's jokes .having
Introduced tho bill to jolly those sen-
ators with Ideas that their cities would
tnko tho government homo with them.
So the proposition Is successful only
because It would not ofTer anything
to Jdeclde no matter how the people
O REFLECTIONS OF o
O A BACHELOR GIRL O
oooooo ooooo oooooo
Real luck In love consists In being
ablo to get out of It gracefully.
The less confidence a mart has In hla
ruling powers the more ho insists on
au outward show of deference. The
Turtt isn't afraid to let his women
wear the trousers and simke cigar-
ettes. Nowadays no gentleman will stoop
to tempt a woman especially If he
can Induce her to tempt him and
thereby shift tho responsibility.
The hardent task a mother h.-iK Ik In
teach hor child to bo patient with his
Now Is the tlmo of the ear when
tho lurky bachelor c:ngratulatcs him-
felt that nolwdy Is coming homo to
discover that he split Ink on tho parlor
rarpet broke the 'best coffee pot and
loft the windows open for the rain to
ruin the curtains.
Tho fly that seeks the sticky fly-
paper is a wise and Intelligent being
beside tho man who makes lovo
simultaneously to two girl chums.
A woman doesn't object to being
'(Used so much as she objects to a
ran thinking that she decan't object.
In the lovo game a woman plays to
win a man just to play.
O POINTED PARAGRAPHS. O
A dollar you find iookj twice as big
as one you earn.
If carelessness Is a sin wo aro all In
ho sinner class.
There is more or less of thtjraftor
u the average man.
Thore's nothing llko a candid opin-
ion for eliminating friends.
'Men wh- hare too much money usu-
.Hy manago to got a lot more.
If a man geU next to his tolly he has
tcqulred just that much -wisdom.
Wo flatter oursolves that peoplo fio
latter us arc tho ones who understand
js. Chicago News.
HOW OKLAHOMA WAS SETTLED.
It would take books to tell of tho
'lappcnlngs in what Is now Oklahoma
'n both or elthor Oklahoma and In-
dian Territories Incident to the open-
ing of tho splendid resourceful com
monwealth to settlement.
David L. Payne the "Fa'.hor or Ok-
lahoma" to whose memory a monu-
ment Is soon to be erected In the cap-
ital city was instrumental In securing
the proclamation of President Benja-
min Harrison on April 22nd. 1889
which permitted Payne and his fol
lowers to make settlements In Okla-
homa (originally six countlos) and'
make 60.000 sottlers happy; which re-
ally began the history of our present
Oklahoma Territory had an area of
9030 square mlleo and tho Indian
Territory 31100 making a total area
Ono hundred and five years jigoj In
1803 the new state was a part ot tho
Spanish and French territory. Tho
larger portion ot tho state ' camo
'hrough the Louisiana pvrchasc;
tome through tho admission Of Texas
'nto the Union.
Since the opening In 1889 wlun
'0000 homeseckers made a rush Into
he promised land or free homes thero
ias been added to Oklahoma as fol
Beaver county. 3681.000 acres edded
tt 1891. The samo year tho Sac ami
Fox. Iowa and Pottawatomlo 1ml Inn
reservations were opened- for wMI-
tuont with 1.282.434 acres. The Chey-
enne and Arapnhoo reservations with
1297771 acros. were oponod to sottlo-
ni nt April 19 1892. and ou Soptombor
IS. 1893 tho Chorokoo strip consist-
'ng of 6014239 acros was opanod at
noon and; settled In a tow heurs with
x groat raco for homos.
On May 23. 189C. the Klekapoo res-
ervation 206662 acres was opened
with tho usual race for froo homes.
Oreer county supposedly a part ot
Texas by on pre me court decision with
ioll.(iri6 acres became a part of Ok-
lahoma March 16 1896.
On August 6 1901. the Kiowa
Comancdo Apache and Wichita reser-
vations consisting of 4.000000 aeros
of land was opened to settlement.
Thua wo see thoro has boon clgat
openings of public lands for home-
stead settlement during tho eighteen
years ot Oklahoma's history.
We offer Ono Hundred Dollara Re
vard for nny csso of Catarrh that
cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh
F. .1. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo O.
We. tho undersigned havo known F.
J. Cheney for tho last 15 years nnd
believe him perfectly honornblo in all
business transactions nnd financially
cblo to carry out any obligations made
ty his firm
Waldlng Klnnan & Marvin
Wholesale Druggists Toledo O
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter-
be.'ly - acting directly upon tho blood
and mucous surfaces ot tho system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents
per nottic scia ny an aruggtsts.
Take Hull's Family Pills for const!
AM the ladles and stbtrs whe are in.
ttrattorf In art In n" work arc
Invited tecall at 1M Cast OitUhema
avenue the new quarters of th Art!
OOOOOOOOO O'O'O O O O
3 WHAT EDITORS ARE SAVING O
Ferguson Compliments Hackcll
Ulaekcll is a fighter. Tho attack
that has been mado upon him and'
especially coming from so high i a
source as tho Whlto House would
have tmt most men down but ho really
scorns to enjoy It. Ho has been roast-
ed skinned cartooned "knocked down
and dragged out" from orte sldo of tho
Nation to tho other yet ho "comes up
mulling" and always with "dukes
up." ExGovernor Ferguson in Waton-
Amen Unless 'T would be Wicked.
Sure enough the Republicans car-
ried tho three carved"-to-order north-
cm congressional districts of Okla-
homa. Novor mind boys when the
Democrats got an opportunity to re-
district tho stato after tho census of
19.10 a Republican congressman from
Oklahoma will be a greater curiosity
than a two headed iman In a Ulmo mu-
seum. You musn't howl about gerry-
mandering boys you tried It and it
is working so well that wo will follow
your example and perhaps go you
ono better tAda Democrat.
Constipation. Sour Stomach
Headache Malaria. Biliousness.
pld Liver and Jaundice aro qulcklj
rollovd and permanently cured bj
Fath Williams' Indian Herb Tablets
They let directly on tho Liver and
Dlgestivo organs causing pprfect as
slmllation and Digestion ot tho Food.
Cleanses tho Stomach Regulates the
Rowels. They arc only 20 cents pet
box and your monoy cheerfully re
runded If not nB wo represent them.
For salo by J. N. Wallace.
O BACHELOR REFLECTIONS.. O
(From the New York Press.)
A man and his political prophecies
are soon busted.
A girl makes lovo to a man by mak
ing him do it to her.
Tho thing that makes a woman hap
py Is to Imagine she is.
Women put on tholr stockings fTrst
bo that if anybody shou'd como In
thoy will feel dressed.
No matter from what point of view
you tako a fat woman In all of her
seoms to be on that side. '' - '
Yatos Center Kas. Sept. 18 1908.
After my doctors gave mo up to die
Halls Toxas Wonder cured me of Kid-
noy nnd Bladder trouble it is the best
medicino on earth. Mrs. H. S. John
son. Sold by all druggists.
noooooooooo o'o o obo
O VAGRANT VERSE. O
The .leorbell uroko the other day
Pop coul In t make it ring.
Said be: "I'll have to get a man
To tlx the blamed old thing."
My mother uahl. "Oh 'don't do that
Think what youVt' have to pay."
And thon she took a hairpin out
Anl 'fixed it right away.
We loot tho back (door key last week
'Ttvas when the door was locked;
Pop fumed around and said things till
Tho neighbors were all shocked
Then Mom she got a hairpin out
An' poked an" pretty quick
She had tbo bolt turned in tho lock
I Tho hairpin did tho trick.
There's nothln' much that Mem can't
' With halrplnB seems as like.
One iJay she'll fix Pop's busted watch.
An' next 'twill bo my bike.
If we wus poor I'll bet that she
Could make hard luck take wings
By going 'round the city with
A hairpin flxln' things.
Foley's Honey nnd Tar clears tho
air passages stops the irritation In
Sue throat soothes the Inflamed mora-
liranos. i-nd tho most obstinate cough
(lisappoars. Sore and Inflamed lungs
tno healed and strengthened and the
cold Is oxpolled from tbo system. Re-f-.se
tin v but the gonulne in tho yel-
C. IL Renfro.
LOVE SPAN8 DISTANCE.
(By Wilbur Bortraml Hinds.)
'TIs quite ionoly In tho gloaming
niten I'm far away from homo;
But a whisper from a love! ono
comei to mo:
"Be of cheer our heart goes with you
wherever you may roam:
And wo mention you at bedtime
whon wo pray."
Then ray thoughts aro tender bettor
and the picture grown apace
Of a hearth ani scenes as dear as
tcar can bo;
Dlstaiiac seems to vanish 'UU ! hear
as face to face
?c communion with the heart that
beats for mc.
Vast mountains rise above me really
tow'rlng to tho sky
Chasms yawn and torrents roar in
Storms loiii proclaim God's awful
penver In thunder tones on
Still como the tones that name me
wcn Love doth pray-
So I'm itoirJerlng believing that the
day is almost hare
When tho mystic ot mind shall yield
the far-off mental message wire-
loss swift and clear.
Will then pass in accents known
from boul to wml.
Notice lb hereby fcfyen to anyone
who puts any Improvement or any la-
bor or material oa any of my property-
known as 616. 518 and 530 South Vine
street 3ball not receive one cent pay-
ment from owner unless nott&ed by
her In person.
I ETHEL WALKER 217 S. Trcmont
O HOWOFl OF THE DAY".
O O 0 o o OOPOOOOOOOO
to society a woman is kntu'n by the
lypclfrenijr company she keeps.
A teacher otter patiently defining
words in u. spelling lesson gave tho
word "grucsomo" from amonst thorn to
be put Into a sentence with this re-
sult front tho bright littlo girl In the
class "I cannot wear my last sum-
mer's Mrcsses because I grow soma"
Youngty Did u ever nollco that
thy matrimonial proceps Is llko that of
making a call You go to adore you
ring a belle t-nd you glvo your tramo
tea nial.1. Cynlcus Yes and then
yoli'ro taking In. Boston Transcript.
Teacher ehnny can .you intern
tho class as to haw the ngo of a chlft-
ken is dbtermlned?. Johnny Yes'm.
By tho teeth. Teacher Why. Johnny
chickens have no teeth! Johnny
No'm. BUt we have. Tho Bohemian.
"It's silly for anyone to suspect ma
ui -isuiiu6 uitiu mo iricay coai man
"Miy weight Is honost as the day."
"H'm!" remarked the housekeeper.
"Tho iaya aro getting shorter as tha
coli weather approaches." Catholic
Standard r.ntli Times.
"Very well sir." orled Dr Kwaofc
after his quarrel with tho undertaker
"I'll make you sorry for this." "What
arc you going to do" sitcorcd the un-
dertaker. "Retire rrom practice."
The McSklnner Twa iihlllln' to
gang to Itolborn! Nay nay. Bat
weol I'll toss ye. doubto or quits
Sporting Cubby Well. I'm coin' that
way any ow so 'ere goes. 'Ends! Tho
McSklnner Heads? Wool yo'vo won
So 111 Jlst lmo to walk! Puai-u
"What we want." said: tho euthunlast
"Is somo ringing speeches." "Yes." an-
sworcd the man Who Is collecting cam
palgn furifu "some speeches that Will
mako tho cash register ring." Wash-
Benevolent Old Gentleman I am
sorry Johnny to seo you havo a black
u-o. Promising Youth You go home
and De sorry for your own little boy
he's got two! Philadelphia Inquirer
"Can a fellow marry comfortably on
a sahfr of $500 a year?" asked tho
Orrlblc Orator Gentlemen wither
are me drifting? What are w com-
ing to? Little Man in tho audienco
To that part of tho programme where
tho man on 'he platform is taken out
and floated' on the horse trough. Chi-
cago Dally News.
"See here" growled tho patron In
ho cheap restaurant "this coffee's
-eld." "Hat so?" retorted tho polite
and IntellTent attendant. "Well dls
Is a. (ulck-Iunch joint; so If do coffoo
wore hot yor wouldn't drink t In a
hurry." Catholic Standard.
SAID ABOUT THE LEADER.
'More than 60.000 copies of thU Issue
of Tho Leader .sUll be circulated. Tho
resultant good is already credited to
Holdcnvilto Tribune: Thero Is one
fearles3 -consistent Democratic paper
In Oklahoma. That paper 13 the
Guthrie Dally Leader. Brother Niblack
is certainly one ;.f Oklahoma's Institu-
tions. Custer County Newa: For straight
Democracy direct from tbe shoulder
:ommend us to the Dally Leader. It
Is state Democracy's solid standby
Sayro Tribune: Tho people of
Beckham county read may papers but
wait for the Dally Leader t. baso their
estimates on The Leader is tho beat
paper In the state.
Wewoka Democrat: Politicians como
and go and newspaper change but the
Guthrie Dally Loader never falters
Niblack is always t the baU
Waukomls Hornet: Tho Guthrie
Leader used to maliciously draw the
fire ef all the newspaper boys In the
territory. Fir many years the Leader
lias ibeon the first paper grabbed In
nowspaper sanctums Thero Is alwaj-i
"something" In Tho Leader. There is
no denying Its popularity Since fhe
Leader mado Logan county white throe
years ago and elected Its owner to th
senate. It has not been so mallcloush
irritating. Tho Londer thai roaliv
achieved moro by supromo moilt than
any tthor paper to say nothing of
putting Agco to sleep.
Hobart Chief: The. Guthrie Leader
has tho best standing t any -paper In
the htste. Aa on indication of how
The Loador stands It may bo said that
Senators Owen and Ooro .both spok
In this section One opposed the
Vrooland bill; the other fav red It
Yet eaoh la his speech said a g od
word Tor The Loador. NIblaoh and
tho Loader have always anado good
E.k City Democrat! There are
papers in Oklahoma that have per-
haps a larger iiarbor sfcop circulation
than tho Guthrie Dally Leader but
none is stronger or more widely read
than the Leader which goes to every
county in the state and is recAgnlcec
as the state paper par excellence.
"I hr lulTertxt trllb pH for thirty li years.
tirifftiMiApni 1 ixjf
tn Uklac Ourtrtti
for eonallpBtlou in tit 4coar of iwV t netlc4
ih vlleg iMicsrt to d)tptr and tit lh end of lf
rttuipuiou in 11
le iMicsrt to din
iiisvdld link t
!k.i llmr did not trouble mi m
ha ilnnat Mrunrltri fo
ilon wonders for int. I am ntlre)rtur4Jan4
ffcol 1 1 -! w Loan. ' Uooia Krjrdtr. Kmj1oh O.
4 in bulk Tb couU til.!. tMtia OOO.
rat.l w car er yunr mour bMk
Stortf-tc Remedy Co. Chcco or N.Y. tj
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