The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 64, Ed. 1, Monday, February 11, 1901 Page: 6 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA. MONDAY FEB. 11 1901.
- ADVENT OF WOMEN!
His Point of View is the
Abolition of the Army
rtppa-MeRae Pres Ass'n.
Washington D. C. K"'' 1 RDM
n.ntafivo Uartholdt r Mlssotrl be-1
wall the advent nf ;;n opoch Id '
American congressional lustii-y which
h ')". marks trio dawning of the
powct of woman In iiio hills nf the na-
tlotml legislature Mi li.utholdt's
point tf vtiw In t!i .".l-iilii '.'!'. if the
a my rantpcn. 'I'.i- I-. -i vim; "pri-
ons ii.ittoi." he h. : l '.' ihlnk
II Is Hsht that i l '" ''I be
flvvtxt by a lot ! lintiiintiolliiK wo-
bimi The man is. Hi" 1i"ml of th
household. He crM- the lillot not
only for hla person. il nitn"-t hut h
H'P a watchful v r th" weal
of his wife and chil'lio nt.'1 .ntei a-
cording to IiIh hon --t (ifivli Hour. This
bring the case anil ihc members of
the national loglsl.iini' ItavinK been
tltcti by these iniens. ( can't sec
Why thy ahould mv :m ut tent Ion to
thf Importunities of woiwn whoao
husbands have already uxprrsaed theii
views on matter pertnlnlng to the
political question of the day. Th
womfi arc neutralizing tho VQtea of
our cltlzuis atid congress says
Be In Style.
Don't laugh at fashion.
Iton't dlRcourAge ambition.
Don't hinder proT'.
Try to lie. affable.
Look on the bright side.
Strive to be happy
wltich you can 4o by nalng D. Cald-
well's Cyrup I'aiwhi according to dl-
reotlona. It Is an absolute cure for
Constipation Indigestion Stomach
TroubioB mat Sick Ilhadaceo. V. B.
WIllo & Co.
.It 1b bruited about that the reserve
pasturo of 4800ft0 aoreB within tho
Kiowa and Comanche reservation g
to bo located In the Bouthwoat corner
of tho reservation that In" next to
Orcor county. If this is true. It will
romovo much anxiety from tho minds
of tho profipeetlvo rqUUtb who fan red
that it ralRht be placed In the north-
wist or Boutheaat corner.
The Kl Heno Globe la responsible
probably for the story that tho selec-
tion for the location of the pasture has
been made. It aays: "E. F. Mitchell
came in from Arapahoe Wednesday
where he had been with several car
loade of Hiipplles Including homes and
wagons for the govrnmeut allotting
agents. He states that the Hock
TbJrikI surveyors are In the field and
that thu work la being 'railroaded al-
though there had been some hitch
between the interior department and
tho railroad officials who have the
surveying In charge The surveying
corps propoRca tn survey only the land
to be nllotled and clntm that thlB con-
traat.dooJ not call for tho survey of
that 480000 acre pasture. Speaking of
that 480000 aoro pasture Mr. Mitchell
said that It was now tho understanding
that tI)l(-pni)turo tract will ho located
In tho riouthwoHt part of tho Kiowa
roservat!gn south and west of tho
mountain's. 'This part of tho roBerva-
ary. For IpatanM in Jmlgo McAteo's
for farming us tniich of it Ib rough
ana is covered with' buffalo or me-
quite grass. It Is to be hopchl that
this pasture land will be set apart in
the southwestern part of the reserva-
tion." Stood Death Off.
B. I). Mundny a lawyer of Henrietta
Tt.. onco fooled a grave-digger. He
says: "My lUrother was very low with
malarial fever ami jaundice. I per
suaded him to try Electric Bitters and
he was soon much better but contin-
ued their use until he was wholly
cured. I am aure Electric Blttnrs
aved his life." This .remedy expels
malaria. Ullls dlsenso germa and puri-
nes the blood; aids digestion regu-
lates liver kidneys and bowels cure
constipation dyspepsia nervous dis-
eases kidney trobuloe fomalo com
plaints; gives perfoot health. Only
60c at 0 11. Uenfro'a drug store.
Tho "Forovor Devil's Auction" with
Toby tho Jonkey tho golden homoi
snoe anu xui win ue ui uiu ruun
Frjday Fob. JC. The QQijipnny thl8
yoar claims s'ovoml now features.
For Memphis and all points Kast and
Southeast take tho Choctaw Tputo.
Two dally fast trains vestlbuled Pull-
man Bloopora free reclining chair cars
tpis lighted aud steam boated.
I MiiSSis5McSSSiMIBK55IEM B
PM y'wncn you uuy a piugc ui (
im kfi bhu -- wprmnrp nr-jii i nn;irco ih i
leaf grown the purest flavor- H
m aaff JrV ing known carefully prepared W
m ar&MwlWK m 4 L.sttf..it uuaa tu Hi
I P MoiWWWBBfcfcf premiums can be offered
H MR 1 Halqlllll ir'W when the worth of the tobac- H
JBa LMKBSbk liimL c0 a m tne quality. 'Ask ! j
JwTfsl WsFiiWBBt vour !er or Wctmore's W
M Mmt ir3;Juimir ?& mmiub. T3u. T'L- u-.n tUnt- .ll Ml
"ill iMmrWriTIW rw' ffilMF on its merit. H
HI 4HBM7 h UHflHT JIBIM OBIT UT IMTi
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fl k": WWlttA AJ WM ST. LOUIS mo. K
H li ill'?rPf 91J!f('A ! So 77h Iro" tniteptiulenl raetorp Si
THEY INDORSE MRS. NATION.
W. C. T. U. of El Reno Thinks Her
Th. v. C. T. U. of Kl Heno met re-
cently and fully endorsed Mrs. Nation
in her fight ou the saloons atid the
iin-thodB she employs. The following
M'Molutions were adopted at th's rr.eet
Wiit'ieua The Woman's Christian
T -mrancp Union nf El Reno Is d--iious
of placing ItBelf on record in
i.ppoHition to the Illegal liquor traffic
not only in Kansas but in any place
where it is Illegally conducted and of
tendering its moral and material sup-
port to any person or measure that
may deal with the liquor question ac-
cording to law. Therefore bo It
Kesolved That we. the Woman's
Christian T.emperanco Union of El
Reno and the frionds of tho cause
fully endorse the action of Mrs. Carrio
Nation in KansaB and we tondor our
sympathy at tho prosont tlmo and wo
bid her Qod apaod in hor work.
C. R. Ronfro tho druggist will re
fund you your money If you arcungtt
satlsllod auor using ChamborJaln s
Stomach and LIvor Tablots. They
cure disorders of tho stomach bilious-
ness constipation and liOudacho.
Price 25 cents. Samples freo.
To California For $25.
Numerous protlUtblo buslnes open-
ings lu California. Uuy a horaeseek-
ers' ticket via Santa Fe Route and in-
vestigate conditions here. Only $26
Guthrie to California; Tuesday to
April 30. Inquiro at depot.
"Public Opinion and
In the Southwest
0 WE ARE ESTABLISHED
$ MidWinter Terms Commence
We pay Railroad Pare. For full Particulars and Special Instruc-
tions call on or address .
THE CAITAL CITY BUSINESS COLIEG
Opera House Block
OKLAHOMA CITY OKLA.
Be sure to visit or
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These prices arc for seals delivered to any-pQStoflice or
Wo can furiiisli Kiuytliincr in plahu or
AntniA Shlf-InkinjC! and dating Rubber
Stamp!? ' "Writo :for Prioea on wh&t
The Leader Printing Co.
We Make tfie BdBt (HniVmici
BlanitHooUs in Oklahoma. U UlilMU.
it S ' JVTTt ..... . -f
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a! 4 !! you get your vaiue in gooa m
What Other Cities Say of The
"As a generator of ludlcrious situa-
tions and side splitting laughter The
Griffiths company was a grand uce-
cess last night." Dally Sentinel
Webb City Mo. Dec. 11 1000.
"A Inrgo and enthusiastic audience
greeted The Griffiths at their opening
last evening at the Capital tlteator."
Dally Gasette Little Rock Ark. Jan.
'& full house greated Prof. Griffith
on his second appearance at the Ohlj
cago opera house.' Chicago Tlmos-
Herald. "They are wonders." St. Louis
"Ho Is a geirorous gantlomnn and an
entortalnor of uporslor ability.1'
Hutchinson Daily News Oat. 1G 1300.
Make Money In California.
In citrus groves vlnoyarda ranohos
boat sugar oil wells mlnos. You can
go thore for only ?25 via most direct
lino any Tuesday up to April 30. In
qulro nt depot.
Tho. Lba'dor has jio complimentary
list. The subscription price In the
city Is SO cents a month;. JG cents a
week or 5 eenta a copy.
. g M
There Is jirdably no dlBpaso or con-
dition of tho human systom that
causes moro sufforlng and distress
than piles. Tabler'a Buckeye Pile
Ointment cures them quickly without
pain or detention from busluoss. Prlco
60 cents in bottles. Tubes 7f cents.
Wheeler & Son and F. II. Llllle &
Patronage Pronounce Our Schools the Favorites
To meet the wants of those who desire to obtain a thorough practical-
education in the shortest possible time consistent with thoroughness and
for the least money possible.
address one of our colleges before
pound Star Seal for '
5 pound Stnr Seal for
Nickel - plated pocket Seal for
THE NEW -YORK WORLD.
Tho presidential campaign is over
but tho world goes on Just tho samo
and It Is full of news. To learn this
news Just as It Is promptly and Im-
partiallyall that you have to do Is
co look In the columnu of Tho Thrlco-
a-Weok Edition of The Now York
World which comes to the subscriber
160 times a year.
The Thrlce-a-Wcel: World's dili-
gence as a publisher of first news
has given it circulation wherever tho
English language Is spoken and you
Tho Thrlco-a-Weok World's rogu-
lar subscription price Is only $1.00 per
yoar. Wo offer this uncqualed news-
paper and Oklahoma Leader together
one year for ?1.15.
Tho regular subscription price of
tho two papers is $2.00.
Nervous chlldron are almost always
thin children. The "outdoor-boy" la
seldom nervous. White's Cream Ver-
mifuge is tho best prcventlyo of- ner
vousness. It strengthens the system1
and assists to that sort of Ucsh which
creates strength and powor'-of ondur)
anco. "Price 25 cents."
Wheeler & Son and F. B. Lllllo &
BUY THE GENUINE
... MANOFACTUItED BV ...
CALIFORNIA FIQ SYRUP CC.
tirXOTr. THE XA.ME.
January 2 1901
Division and Cleveland
express ofllce in Oklahoma
SYStUP OF F GS
RISvCOMMANDEriY NO. 1
Templar raoetii erery Wod
enlng at T:30 at their Asy-
Maaonlc temple. Visiting
Ilanaom Ilamlll K. C.
K. M. IJamfwVd Iteconler.
Hartrnntt I'o No a rt a. nn m
nmtand tblrd SatVrdari In ichmontb a'
1 i p. m tn probaR court room Vlitlti
uinraati iiay nsrome.
W U HRROD T. O.
M U MOOK AdlutnA)
capttol Lodge No I Aoyn Tribe of Jone; li
menu vrv Saturday 6(ght at TMu'clork
i ii n . in I . xitii i.
K. M. flMFOHU v. v
A. A. MBACHAM Belli
Guthrie Camp No. I Woodmen of th-
H'nrld miiii enrr Uolidiiu.ht in th K !
ot V hall. VliitlnBWpodittBiarewelcom'
j. h. towwhl oiert
WM. ORKOORY.Oon. OoU. '
(Inlhrl lrtec No. . A. r. AAf M Rr I
ulM-mcctlnt; third Wednesday fcrenmr in
.. jn montn at " biocb aii oreuxen 'oroi
alt Invited to Alport. I
FAIJl. ?ir.W W. M. I
K ' M. D A M m R Q hec V . K-
Nnnmi Henvkfth Xxxlrt. No. t.LD. n V
mrrti Brt and lhl.-ft Tue(iV at ":SO tn the
(M t F-ilowr . nal" In tn WelnberMi uii
ingj vuitort weleom
f m li nni . ii
nthrlr Initn Nn. I. A. O. 17. W. niM
Thuriiday crcnlagof each wepk at T:
Vir-ior Work eorner First and Harrlo
visiting Workman alwars welcome.
UtltKI UlIJUIl. in.
i It. WILDKh tecorder.
t O. R. M. tneeutrery Tuesday nijthi n
Kof bull. Vlnltlnr chiefs MM wflrnaif
FRANK ft. SARHEK Sachem.
II. C. UAHNKY. Uhlef ol KPorild.
Oklahoma Rncampmtnt No. 1. 1. 0. O. Y..
meetn the wconrt and fourth Friday olahti
In e j month. S. R. H ATXS C.P.
tt. r. MKRTEN Scribe
Outhrle IkIrc No. I. U. a V. meeti
Monday ulght of eaoa week at ? Sfl Visit I or
Odd Fellows alwaya welcome.
O W IlUCR.8ecretarT
Ruth He Lodge Mo. t 1C of P. I meets evory
Thursday at 8 p m. In their natl In the Vic-
tor Woe corner FlMWrnd Harrison. Vtali-
nK kolgbt. are waW wetomb. o c
J. FOUCART.M.ofK. and K. of k. P.
Unthrte bodge No. U.P. 0. B. isacU
the second an4 fourth Friday tn each
month In K . of P. Cantle Hall.
I. II. MtVY K. R.
J. I-OUaRT. sec'T
Bryan's New Paper
WILLIAM jf BRYAN
No Travolkig Canvassors nro Em-
The Commoner and tho Oklahoma
Will bo sent to anyaddress
Eor Only Si. 25
Dally Leader and Commoner ono
year for $5.00 cashjn advance.
Mr. Bryan nays: "You may say to
your readers that in order to protect
Iho public from' fraud at tho bands of
protondod ngonts I shall not omploy
traveling canvassers." Whon tho
fact becomes known no one can be
Sond In your subscription at once.
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complete news features.
Subscriptions taken at this
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vou all about it.
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I HOMEOPATHW PHYSICIAN.
DIHKA8K8 OP JURjNOStt
All calli to country aiawered primptl
I Office and residence' cor. OklalHnaa
I rirnt atreet. Qutarie Phone ilk
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J)ALE & BIERER
ANDKRWJN milXumri- OKLAHOMA AVB
9. 8. L.AWR8NCK. A. II. 1IP8T0N
! Lawrence & huston
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.'
1'ract.lae in nil the Courts.
Office ir 8anell Ilalldlnff Okla. Ato
CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC.
ivu 311 Oklahoma Ave.
DEPARTMEKTS OF VOOAU PIANO UAND
Wylle Uarham Director. Catalogue Prtc
THERE'S NOTHING SLOW
about tho horses or vehicles sent out
from the Grlssom
Our oqulpment Is thoroughly up to
Wo can please those who want a
horso and buggy for a quick busltflss
trip or thoso who want tTcarrlagoTor
pleasure theater or wedding.
Charges 1 Not nearly so high as
they might be.
R. M. GRI8SOM.
Selections from our cholco assort
will enable anyone to drink the best of
tho homo and forolgn vintages with-
out being guilty of extravagance. Wo
offer a fine lino of Imported and Do-
mostlc Wlnos.nt very moderato prices.
They are of full rich body fine flavor
and fully acod
4 iSS fll
OoTa House It lock
BiyiQiB'B'8' 0--O 'fl'O't' fl
:' Lohrer's Orchestra
Will furnish music any
place In Oklahoma on
two hour notice before
train tl;he. Address
T. A Neal.Mgr.
a . A e -a-flfl---? o i
CAN BECURED-fs your hus-
band brother father or any
ot your relatives afllicted
with the Disease ol Drunken
ness? Wo have a suro cure
which can oe given with or
without the knowledge of tbo
patient. Send for particulars
enclo&lnp 3o Btamp. Address
Tlr IV II. Hmindera & Co..
Tffutcago intnouT." "" i
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 64, Ed. 1, Monday, February 11, 1901, newspaper, February 11, 1901; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc75048/m1/6/: accessed April 22, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.