Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 33, Ed. 1, Thursday, January 11, 1900 Page: 2 of 6
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Official Paper of Oklahoma Territory.
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THURSDAY JANUARY 11 1900.
In his last victory General French
won by a typewriter.
Yks everything (s closed. The only
thing left to gamble on is the gover-
KoWKVmii wo presume that tho lo-
cal gambling houses ara not clasod for
Tom Fujioubon in congress would bo
every bit as much tit home as was Cal-
lahan And just as picturesque !
Buy a fow elephant choolts and get
into the gubernatorial ousting gamo.
No four-Hushing goes and hunches
If you aro a natural born diceman
yon may as well move on. Gambling
halls havo been chained up and th?
town is filled with aimless Othellos.
An exchange observes that under a
Democratic administration gold cx-
portiVwcrocallcdpanic8rV Under the
McKlnlcy administration gold exports
aro temporary loins.
It is said that the local gambling
houses today looked like the British
after tho battle of Moddoropruit. The
fangs of the law reached out and coy-
ly gave thern tho'Oom Paul hook.
Bv holding up German schooners on
Treasurer Ritterbusch's bar the Okla-
homa Afrikanders evidently hope to
make an international -muddle out of
this antl-Germanic office-holding cru-
tf " -
v The Btory that Oil Inspector Ewing
haBbsen' exposed to tho smallpox is
doubtless a Standard Oil lie. Amos
has nover been exposed but his Baum?
gauge has received a lot of hard knock
' ' ' w
0 It. Fkoan is doing good worK as
president of the Guthrie clubi Be is
quick and active and works on busi-
ness principles.' Mr. Fegan will score
a prouoUnced Hit if the Rock Island
road is pushed through during his ad
ministration of Jtbe club
Thb charges against Barnes
not compiled by GrlajtmUl Jop6
McKlnley.it is aald.is not up on
netlc spelling. Howevcr.desplte bis or-
thography GriBtmill managed to pul
through tho lasl legislature by pervert-
ing tho prophets and purloining the
Indkoisivk news comcB from "Washing
ton saying that when Gristmill Jones
entered tho presence of the president
at Washington the other day and told
of his achievements as a member of
tho .Oklahoma legislature tho execu-
tive chamber became still enough to
hear a gum drop. One dose of Cham-
berlain's cough and cold remedy eucod
him." Other testimonials on applica-
tion. evuouL LAyn hkvknvks ao .v.
UO W8 JItSIIXISTUA TJO.V.
Since the establishment of the school
land department the auinof SS8i.Ot8.riJ
has been collected from tho leasing of
school lands. The major portion of
credit for thle phenomenal showing is
duo to tho administration of ex Gov.
Jtenfrow. Whtro Renfrew took bis
office the sohool land department
amounted to absolutely nothing. With
his .energetic commissioner. William
Bllncoe tho governor at once set to
work and in two years' tlmCi despite
spiteful attacks brought this depart.
went of the administration up to a
high state of development. The sya
tens 01 boons now Being usea uy noc
retwy Filson was originated by Mr.
Bllac6e lie had no precedents to go
by fcut w prked oat Ms own saltM 1
All tbst the schocl land deparloeat lf
today is due to tho originality Inven
Befo-. a Fait."
Some proud people think
they have strong constitu-
tions and ridicule the idea
of disease. Such people
neglect their health let the
blood run down and their
stoma :h kidneys and liver
become deranged Donft
be foolish About your health. Use Hood's
S&rsP&rifA And yon will prevent the fl
And SAve your pride
Jlddor Troubles- "Hood's Sat
sap Arm a has done me so much good for
my stom&ch And bladder troubles that J
want to recommend It heartily to others.
Jam in better health than J have been for
the past 20 years." Rev. E. J. SMonroe
Impure Bood " n troubled
with pimples resulting from impure Blood.
Since taking four bottles of Hood's Sar-
saparHla the pimples h& disappeared
and I am well." W. H. malltns
Rheumatism "I had rheumatism
three or four years. Could not dress or
undress. Hood's Sarsaparilla did me
good and 1 am now able to do all my
work." Fannie L. Derricoite Athens Ga
Hood' l'HU cure lWerl the non-lrtltaUngand
only cathartic to tTiie with ittxid a Saranparllla.
Flood's Sarsaparilla is for sal? at the
Eagle Drug Store.
tive genius aggressiveness and indom-
itable spirit of Bllncoe and the stabil-
ity of Kenfrow
Under Steclq and Scay everything
was graft ; nothing was done. ?. hen
Renfrow was inducted Into otlico he
turned his attention immediately to
school land revenues and within three
years over 7000 quarter sections of
land were turned from vacancy to rev-
enue producers. Tho immense revenue
now rolling into the department U the J
result of wise and judicious leasing of
lands during Renfrow's administra-
tion. The big school land notes aro
just falling due.
According to the report of School
Land Commissioner Filson just issued
under the Oklahoma law a total of
S072.130.41 has been collected for the
usoof district schools 3102871 45 for
colleges and 8104594.71 for public
In addition an annual rcvonue of
S3 000 is collected from sections 13 and
33. which is held in trust until Okla-
homa becomes a ntatu. The public
building fund has grown at a rate of
S80.000 per year. At tho government
pric the school landH uro valued at
S3 000 000 but tho actuul value is sev
eral times this amount. During tbo
year just past many acbB of land in
Kay Garfleld and Grant couuties wero
condemned for railroad purposes. Tho
value of lands In those counties at the
value of 830 per acre appraised for
these railroads amounts to the high
figure of 80000000. New Mexico has
adopted Oklahoma's rules for leasing
school lands and already reports good
Iu after years when the students of
Oklahoma set about to commemorate
some special Oklahoma day they will
not forget to lay special stresB on the
gotd work of the Renfrow Democratic
administration which jerked the
school land business from the hands
of grafters perfected a revenue pro-
ducing system and made it possible for
the eduoatlonal institutions of tho ter-
ritory to profit from the proeeeds of
school land lenses.
Wo off or one uundrud dollars rtwad
for any ease Catarrh that eanrnt be
aurod by Hall's Caturrh Ltirw
F. J. Cheney A Co prop Tolodo. O.
We the underfcignod have known F.
J. Chenoy for tho Jast 16 years.and be-
lieve him perfectly honorable in ul
business transactions and flnaclallr
able to carry out any obligations umde
by their firm.
WeatTraux. Wholesale Druirgtsts.
Toledo O- Wa'dlng. Klnnan . Mrvin
Wholesale Druggists Toledo O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken lutern
ally acting directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of thesyiitem. Price
75 cper bottle. Sold by all druggist.
Good residence property in Oklaho
ma City and a 160 acre
farm on the
inquire of T. A. Nal.
Dla.riot clerk's ottlce.
North Canadian river
A. T. 8. IV-tt. I. & V
Chirm MteiHl ItntlNKut MeotlllB Uljflral
In response to a call for a public
railroad meeting at the Guthrlo olub
rooms last ntght the attixens turned
out despite the slush. The rooms ware
crowded with the repratentaUvi citi-
zens of Guthrie.
President 0. It. Fegan of the olub
oalled the meeting to order and stated
Its objret. lie mado a talk for tho
road and for Guthrie that was to the
Jndce Green C. G. llornor. J. W.
McNeil F. II. Greer J B. Beadles
im Henry IS. Asp oacb addressed the
meeting usir.g tho most oonvinclng
arjjnmoyts in fayor of the proposed
The road will be buttt antl cars will
bo running from Guthrie to Kingfisher
by July 1 of this year. The proposi-
tion in brief submitted to Out arte Is
that the citizens of Guthrie raise by
subscription or otherwise $15000 to
be used in purahaaing right of way
and sixty acres of ground in Guthrie
for terminals. The clnb raised SO.fiOO
at the meeting last night and commit-
tees were appointed to call on those
who were not present. It is safe to
say the full 915. coo will be made up
this week Last night's subscriptions
J. B. Bead-fS 8 500
Coyle & us9 .... .. BOO
V. II Greer BOO
J. W. McIVeal 500
W. R. stap'eion - 500
W. L. Rhodes 800
0. E. Bilingsley boo
J. M. Brooks 500
Williamson-IlalseilFrasier Co. . 500
L. I Be' and 250
W. M. Sp.rlock 250
O. It. Fegan 250
J. O Foster 250
J E. Ball 200
Horace Speed 200
Luther West 100
Leador Printing Co.;....- 100
George S. Green..... loo
H. D. Hagan 100
Frank Da'e '. 100
John Havlghorsti - ........ 100
A. A. Humphrey 100
W. R. Moffett 100
Mose Weinberger...ft...M.....; ....4
Felix Ad ler w......wv Jf)0
A. G. 0. Blerer 100
O. P. Cooper icO
W. H. Merten..
A. P. Saunders
N. B. Smith
J. W. Scotborn.........
S. S. Lawrence. .......
W. R. Welch
M White ...
B. W. Jones
Tingle fe Dolph 00
U. J. Vandenburg.;
Hirsch & Kaufman
W. M Broneon
Scndloback .Bros . .MM...M
Capital City.BuslneBJ College;....
O. W Wh'te. .. uj:
J. M. Young. ....... .......
A. J. Corkins - -'
J. E. Oliver
E. C. Dodd ..
D. R. Cotton -..
Mabon & Meek...
J. V. Calvert
J. J. Nelson...-...
A. H. Huston
H . R. Pearson 25
E P. Barnes - 25
W.J. McCord 25
Schmidt & Derr 86
L Christen - 25
S.A. Sorlbnor 20
E A. DouglaB . 85
B- H. Knght 26
Johnson & Wheeler in
A. Traband . .... 25
J. J. Kennedy t . . 1 5
E. Turney . - .'..... 10
H.T. Swearinger 10
D W Buckner.
H. C Miller.
M. Garman ........
G. F. Eubanks...
H.A. Cole ............
W. S. Cyoper lots 9i H and
Block 95 Guthrie Proper
This list will be kept standing and
addod to dally.
The ward committees appointed tc
solicit subscriptions are:
First wardW. 3. Coyle W. M.
Spurlock A. A. Humphrey and J. M.
Second ward J. II. Davlghorst. F.
H. Greer J. E. Ball L. Weat and W.
Third wrd-Frank OUmith George
Dodsou and Gcorgo S. Green
Fourth ward J W. McNeal F. E
Uoughton. 0. G. Hargls J.L. Cfvjvert
and J. 6 Severn.
Fifth ward Jack Tearney. Joe Wll-
Ols. J. W. Rov. M. White. Richard
Uiives and M. Collar.
Logan county E. 0. Dodd and Tom
Tho colored worlc in Biggie Berry
Hook Is an immense aid to berry grow
urs It shnws tho leading ber-
ries tn" lize Bbapo and color
They t -irst carefully painted
by an b-rienced artist and then re-
produced by lithography at a cost of
over one thousand dollars. Aside from
th color work there are scores of re-
productions mtde directly from photo-
graphs of berries so that the reader
may have an accurate Idea of them
See publlrthera. announcement In an
other col'um. "The price' Is 50 cents
free by mall; address the publishers
WUmerAtklnson Co. Philadelphia.
Theqnjy real genuine minstrel eg-
grefoatJon ia Beach & Bower t the
Brooke theatre tonight.
WiMr2F4fcJP Mew mam
Borden's Condensed Milk Co.. New York
l JtSSiNO KATICS.
Mm. afar MorrU and Mr. Itanle Delight-
fully KulortHlu l'rleiuls.
Mrs. Mac Morris and Mrs F. S.
Bsrdc entertained yesterday afternoon
uttho trmer's home. 3 tO North Broad
in honor of Mrs. IS. J. Tuttle of Kansas
City mother of Mrs. li&ide. The Mor-
ris home was beautifully decorated
with llowers and palms' and the Man-
dolin club furnished the musi .
Mesdame Morris and Harde were
assisted In entertaining by Misse
Jennie Sherbourne of uxford K..
Bloekie Jaujisou tlolen Green Ida
NIblaek and' Sadie Paine The refresh-
meats sorved were elegant and appro
The entertainment consUtod of a
guessing contest oalled ' Twenty-flvo
Kates" and each guest was to supply
wofds onding In "eat" for which
prir.es ware presented to thw winner
Mrs. .). R. Campbell secured first pri?.
and Mrs. A. 15 Nicholas the second
Iluvlxliorsfn Oil anil On Wolt (Hvpr Ou
Ultto Itiivtiit SplltA.
.v While oil and gas havo not been
gtruek aB yet at Llavighorst's deep well
a superior quality of sulphur wator
Qontalning medical properties is How
ing from tho vtfbll. This water Is
equal to the Bunyadi water of Buda
Pest a.i 1 is also a rlne faco lotion.
Local doctors and many itbmiltc? aro
now using the water and tbo demand
in rcases daily.
fersons can nave tnis water tree oy
leaving their jugs at tbo following
UI1LCO UGAVIU bUIUUIIUU UWUU. A.I.U
jugo wiii bo taken to tue well lined
and returned free of charge; Hewitt's
drug store. Felix Adler. M' Weinberg-
er uarringer two uuarues.
New York Commercial
The Vogeler company of Baltimore
haa failed. There are many persons
perhaps who do not recall just what
the Vogeler company's mission v?as
and yet ten years ago it was perhaps
better known than any other adver-
tising concern in America. By keeping
itself constantly before tho people as
the manufacturer of St. Jacob's Oil.laB
lone-authority declares It simply coined
money. Its reputation was as wide as
the world. By aggressive advertising
alone it succeeded in making the chief
commodity which it manufactured a
staple article in nearly every house-
hold. And then believing itself to bo
so strongly entrenched that the public
would not forgot it it became conserv-
ative withdrawing its announcements
from the newspapers and depending
on moro primitive methods of catching
the public eye. As a result of this
conservatism ono of the most pros-
perous 1iou6cb in the United States hub
gone to the wall.
An Alabama Judge Shot.
Florence' Ala. Jan. 11. W. B
Cluroj probate judge of Lauderdale
county was assassinated about mid-
night while riding horseback along
ode of the principal ctree's of the city.
He was shot in the back. His life was
threatened a few months ago when
he was Bhot In the face.
Chlnefto In Trouble. J
Toronto Ont.. Jan 11. A letter
from a missionary at Bona China
brings news of the utter failure of
crop6 throughout that section. Tho
famine confronts the natives and
thousands will surely die. Tho na-
tives blame the missionaries for their
Weak of I'raytir
The ahuroheB of the east sido will
unite In tho observance of the week of
prayer. Beginning Monday eveniog
January 8 the union services wll; bo
held in the varioim places of worship
Let all Christian people join in iiiuh-
Ing this a helpful series of servicer.
Below is the program for tho week:
Tuesday evening At the Baptist
church; topic. The Church Universal;
leader Rev Newby.
Wednesday evening At the First
M. E. church; topic. Nations and their
Rulers; leader Rev. Mansfield.
Thursday evening At tbo Christian
church; topic Families and Schoo's;
leader Rev. W 0 Miles.
Friday eveningAt tho Congrega-
tional church; topic. Foreign Missions;
leader Rev. Mathews.
Saturday evening At the M. E.
church south; topic. Home Mission ;
leader Rev W. J. Marsh.
Services will begin promptly t7;3Q
A BOOK FOR
NOTES OF THE WHEEL
MATTERS OF INTEREST TO DEV-
OTEES OF THE BICYCLE
AjUrioaul7.ttK Mnnlla Ardont Converts'
to OycilltiK OitU I'orth Olil t'rotoBU
AjtHlnst ItuoklosH JCItlliiK Tho aTftttlla-
TlnitM I'rotcatH Acnyul trl.ih-lthlorsr
BJ any doubt has existed as to the1
thorough Amerlcanlsatlon of Mnnlla
It will bo dispelled by an article pub-
lished In the Manila Times a copy of
whloh was recently received nt the
war department in Washington. This
article which is the paper's leading
editorial Is entitled "Bells on Bicy-
cles" and is in part ns follows: "Some
restriction should be put on tho bi-
cycles that wobble about frantically
ungoverned and silently along the
sidewalks of tho Lueuta and Mnlecon.
With few oxcoptlons the Spnnlarda
and half-casts who monopoliao tho
wheel do not make proficient riders.
They flop from side to side In a dis-
tressing manner that would bo eotnl-
cal were It not nt the same iimo dan-
gerous to tho pedestrian. When thoy
havo loarnod tho rudiments of rldlngr
then It enters their -brain to bewitch
tho world with their skill. In plain-
but vulgar English they ride up and
down the Luenta holding on to the
handlebar with ono hand only or
pedaling with ono foot or shooting by
a pedestrian ns close as they dura
without actually brushing up ngalnst
him for the pure love of showing off.
As however they havo no warning
bell to sound and as many of them
are as clumsy vlth their toy as a co
with a razor every now and then itr
results In the occurrence of serious.
accidents. Ouly lost week the tyro.Jit-
llo children of an English' resident. J
wero knocked down and nearly killed.
A day later another child was knocked
down and another little tot so badly
scared that it stopped Into the ditch
and hurt Itself. We do not advocate
that bicycling should be tampered
with In any way. All we advocate Is.
this and It seems to us that our de-
mands are reasonable; that during
the most crowded part of tho lay bi
cyclists should not be allowed on the
Luenta sidewalk. Thoy should be
made to take their place on tho road
the sahie as ull other vehicles. More-
over we would havo them carry a bell
and sound that bell when they aro
crossing a pedestrian's path as a note
TA BLEB'S BU KEYE PILE OINT-
MENT is the only remedy for blind
bleeding or protruding piles indorsed
by physicians curef the most obstin-
ate cases. Price 50 cents in bottles.
Tubes 75 cents Sold by F. B Llllie
& Co. and vVheeler & Son.
Farm Journal for the balance of 1899
and all of 1900 1901 1902 and 1900
nearly five years to every subscriber
who will pay one year In advance for-
tbc Oklahoma Weekly Leader. No
better farm paper than tho Farm.
Journal. This offer Is only made to a.
limited number the first who coma
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Will print you on short notlca aty
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