The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 90, Ed. 1, Monday, March 11, 1901 Page: 2 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA. MONDAY MARCH il 1901.
Extra Session Ad
Upper House of National
Scrlpps-Mcltao Press Asa'n
Washington March 9 After pro
ceedinga hutting ou) alx lus the extru
ordinary r-lon of the senate was Ue-
clureJ adjourned slim die at l 66 p. m to-
day. During the tension prnctloally no hunt
Hem except that of tin executive ehaxic
ter wan transacted The seaalon was ail
1 t the president .n order that the mi n
at might have opportunity to eonllrm up
polntmeni mad at the beginning of tin
tirw adm'n'stralton That buRlnuaa ai
romy'Jsned thoro v..i'i unfiling furthei I i
t senate to do.
At the opening f todays aiasion Hi
president pro tern Mr Kre of Maim-
waa Inducted Into nffi. tin oath bi inr;
administered u l i 1'nsldoiil Homo
John II Mitchell tin- rt-ntl eleotnl
senator from Oregon uh in nti.sl b
Ills colleague Bcnatm Hlmon and took
the oath nf office lie ttiw slvtn a cor-
dial reception by hi lolleugncn on the
floor many of whom had served In the
senate with him. and by hla friends in
tho naileries who greeted his appeal
nnco with hearty applause.
Though a committee of the senate con-
jilstliiK of Mr Hoar of Massachusetts and
Mr. Cockrell of Missouri the president
Informed tho Benate that he had no fur-
ther cotnrnunlcatlojiB to make He con-
veyed to tho senators his ccrdtal wishes
tor their wolfaro and hla hopes tlmt they
mffihl have a happy i return to their
liomcs. Without ceremony the session
was then dcclnrcd at on end. For a con-
siderable tlmo after final adjournment
"" many senators remained on the Hour of
the chamber ejcchunfrlnir cordial fare
Hoveral baskets of beautiful rosea and
Jonquils arranged In deliberate duslgns
adorned the desk of John H. Mitchell th
new BOnatOr from Oregon when the Hen
nto oonvened today.
Senator Mltoholl was accorded a meat
cordial reception by senators on both
sides of tho chamber. In his Invocation
the blind chaplain prayed that the father-
ly rare of the Almighty might he extend-
rd to the members of the senate about
to separate and to nil other departments
nnd officials of the government.
Mr. Allison nt the conclusion or the
rcadlne of the Journal asked that the
nnth of office beadmlulstered to tho pres-
ident pro tent of th senate Mr Fry
The Iowa senator then oecoiUd Mr Fry
to the desk whore tho vice-president ad-
ministered the oath.
Mr. Simon of Oregon announced tl.at
his recently elected colleague Mr. Ml'.oh-
ell was present and ho requested that
the oath of office be administered to. him
ns a matter of privilege. On liio una of
Mr Simon Mr. Mitchell advanced to the
vicc-preetdcnt's desk. As they ascended
the platform tits naileries recognized Mr.
Mitchell cordially upplnuded him. The
vice-president rebuked the spectators for
' tho applauso.
Mr Morgan chairman of the oommltte.
pt lnter-oceanlo canals asked unanimous
coi.sent that Mr M"Chll be appoint! l
to savcred his predccesiiur Mr Mcllrldi
ns a tnrmber of that committee. He unl
Izrd ho. said that Is was an unusual r
iueet but It was made because of the
iotal)lo int rest In anal legtslation al-
ways manifested by Mr Mitchell wli i
like Mr MiHrlde mi an earnest an
able advocate of the conntructlon of th
After the request had ineii (ranted Willi
uut enmuient. Mr Hoar addressing tin
chair remarked that fur ery nbkluni
roasons no obectliua wire made to the
rnqmst of Mr Morgan but he felt bono I
to kuy that It nm llk ly to she nv
to great Inuonvenli nt e mi both aides i.f
the thamber If an furthir reiiueata of
uch a nature Mire made b Individual
tenatora he said he would feel bound
After the transivi tlon of a brl f routine
tumtneaa the resolution offer d bj Mr
Hoar that a committee of smatura be
appointed to wait upon the president of
the I'nlted (Mates nnd notify him that un-
leaa he might hove some further business
to transact senate vas ready to adjourn
without delay was laid before taa senate
and adopted The ce president appoint-
tMl Senators Hoar and Coekrell ns the
prj motion of Mr Hale the senate then
( nt ljxs went into executive asaeton.
'' At l.i J p in the senate opened Us doers
''for the final proceedings of the extra-
ordinary session. They were oxeeodingly
iobrlof The oepimltteo appointed to wait
upon the president and Inform him ttw
the senate was ready to adjourn report-
ed through Mr. Hoar that tho duty had
tjen discharged. The president hod In-
formed the dommlttee that he had no fur.
thcr business far the nenato to transact.
Mr Allison then moved at 3)15 P. m.
that tho senate adjourn without dsJay
Amid handeiapplng the Ylce-prIdotit dr
rlared the motion carried and hla envoi
Xcll thus ending the session.
THBORJC3 ABOUT FOODl
i I il i i
AIsj a Pew Facts 6n the Same 8ub
V lir lauch nowadays aboHt
health foods Mil hygienic luing
about vegeiarlahlam and many other
fads along the samt line
Restaurants may lie found In the
large cities wflr ho irinat pastry or
coffre Is served and tht food crank
Is In his glory tvatf arguments and
tkOries galore advanced to prove that
meat was neror lntindod tor human
stomachs and almost niflko us be-
lieve that our sturdy ancestors who
lived four score yearn In robust health
on roast beef pork and mutton must
have been RrOWly ifjtioranl of the
laws of health.
our forefathers had other things to
do than formulate theories about the
foll they ate
A warm welcome was i
extended to any kind from baron to
i knnit. .nntu an.i mmmnn
A healthy PPU anl common I
ki no ar merrlleMt guhlec to follow In'
matters of dltt and a mixed diet of
grains fruits and moats la undoubt-
edly the best
As compared with grains and veg-
etables meat furnishes tho moat nutrl-
merit In a highly oncent.ited form
ind is digested and assimilated wore
ipiWkly than ctectables and grains.
Dr Julius Itetnmson on this aub-
joct says- Nervous jiorsons people
run down In health and of low vitali-
ty should eat meat and plenty of It
if the digestion Is loo feeble at first
It may be enaily corrected by the reg-
mat use of Stuarts Dyspepsia Tab-
lets utter each unal Two of these
xrHlent tabletB taken after tiHser
will digest several thousand grains of
m'-U. eggs or other animal food lu
tlin e hours nnd no matter how wak
tho stomach may be no trouble will
ho porlenced If a regular practice
of using Stuarts Dyspepala i
uecausu mey uppiy iue
pepsin and diastase necessary to per-1
feu digestion and every form of In-
tugi niioii win uo uveixuiac ujr mva i
That large class of people
come under the head of nervous
dyspeptics uhoultl oat plonty of meat
and Insuro Its proper digestion by the
dally uso of a safe harmless dlgos-
tlvo medlclno llko Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablots composod of tho natural tit-
gestivo principles pepsin dlatase
fruit acids and salts which actually
perform tho work of digestion. Cheap
cathartic medicines masquerading
under tho nana a of dyspepsia cures arn
useless for indigestion an they bavo
absolutely no effect upon tho actual
digestion of food.
Dyspepsia In all its many forms Is
simply a failure" of tho t-tomach to
digest food and tho sonslhlo way to
solve tho rlddlo and euro tho dyspep-
sia Is to mako dally uso at moal tlmo
of a preparation llko Stuart's Dys-
pepsia Tablets which Is omlorsod by
tho media! profession and known to
contain actlvo digestive principles.
All druggists soil Stuart's Dyspep-
sia Tablets at SOo. for full treatment.
A little booklot on cause and cure
of stomach trouble mailed free by
sddresslng F. A. Stuart Co.' Marshall
ASSEMBLY A FAILURE.
Judge Robert Neff'Says No Campalun
Material Was Made.
Judge Robort Noff of Nowkirk Is
In tho city. Ho watched tho death
struggles of tho legislature "This as-
sembly has ueon a signal disappoint-
ment" said Judge Nafr. ' r:i two
or three bud laws wore killed and a
number of good acts passed yet there
was no polltlcul muterlnl in tho body
The Democrat nnd populists of the laminated by this deadly irulcnt poison
council especially wero lame. They I Then a 6ore or ulcer appears on some
forgot party Interests altogether and I P"1 of Hie body ''M aaJ' V SSD.a11 aai
. nii.i i. .m.i ... I harmless looktnt; at first but ns the can-
we!e guided by selflsh Interests va Cclj3 for nnd are dclK3sUcil by
ratlu-r than party Interests. FoY a the blood near the sore it increases in
Democrat to all: Democratic recognl-1 sire and severity with sharp shooting
tlon from the council was ueelesB. No ' Pa'ns- N. raatter ll0W ftn c sore ft
I rtn rwftf I w till currrnti'a lrtifrt fiAan
campaign medicine was made and
tips and advice offer ell by prominent
Kuslonleta were turned down."
A Fiendish Attack.
At attack wits lately made on C F.
c:oiiir of CherokM Iowa thnt near-
i . .
j inuivu iwiii. n uuiu luruugu uis
s His back got so lame he
could not stoop without grant pain.
nor sit in a chulr oxoopt propped by
cushions. No remedy helped him un -
til he triad Hlaotrln nittora which of -
. . . . ' . .
fected Utteh n wnndnrful ennnen tbnt
he writes ho fools llko a now man.
This marvolotw mudiolno ouroe back-
acllO and kidney trOUblo purlflos tho be8n tohejil.lothesurprUeof thephylcUn
i . . . . andinashortliinemaiiencoinpleiecure I havo
blood and builds Up your health. Only jalnedjn fleslt. my appetite It splendid. Bleep U
60c at C. R. Ronfro'a drmr store. ! refreshlngfa fact am enioylngprf.t health."
Sph Xflfe overcomes this de-
M. STl Btructive poison and
Xk removes ewry vestige
kjljBof it from tlie system
....... v. ... 6Uu . .... t Jj makes new richll ood
.. . . A1I1i. strengtlicns the body and builds up the
s If opera and reclining Chair central health.
Take the trip and boo California at Ita
prettiest. Tickets nt depot.
The. Loader has no complimentary
list Tho subocrlptlpn price In the
city is CO cents a njonth; 15 cents a
week or B conts n copy''
CYCLONE NEAR MENPiHSf
Destroys Several Lives
Much Property and
Scrlpps-Mcliae Press Asa'n.
Memphis Tenn. March 9. -A
heavy wind and rain storm prevallel
here at an early hour tonight and
much damp was wrought Culverts
were wasl .t and fences and small
trees In thl. .'ielnlty suffered severely.
Telegnphlo communication with Tex-
as and southwestern points Is lnter-
runted. Barly reports from Dallas
Btated that the town of Wills Point
sixty miles east of that city was part-
ly destroyed by ft tornado late his
al'twiition. Five children were reported
M fBow JnJurod
Maggie. Infant of Iter. J. IL Ctmist.
Leon 3-year-old son of J. C WIHism-i
Child of John White.
Twenty-five buildings 'were demol-
ished and the cottonseed oil mill suff-
ered severely. Many horses and cat-
tie and other live stock ore reported
destroyed. Tlie town of Wills ilnt
was demolished by a tornado in May
Reports from Terrell Texas say
that the Waviest raiment on rsoord oc- j
curred throughout the section this af-
ternoon. Several persons are report-
ed drovnea or.mleelner.
rhsrles Powners paJnter drowned.
The tornado struck the northwest ttuar-
ter of the town in the resftJsncs section
Not u house in Its path Is left Whole. I
Most of them are detneUahed. mere heaps i
A Good Cough Medicine for Children.
"T ha.v nn liASltanr.v In rMnni- .
mendlBg chamberlain's Cough . Rente-1
dv." sava T 1 .Moran. n well known
populU. bakw of Peteril0Urg Va.
W. havM rlvnn It to our children
when troubIwl wlth bad als0
w10opng congh( and t a8 ttlways j
given perfaet satisfaction. It wns
recommeudatl to mo by a druggist aa 1
' 1.1. A 1..K.. ..t. .JIH. A- nl.ll.luH
iiiu uunk cuu(u .usuiviuv ir uuiiuian
as it contained no opium or othor
harmful drug." Sold by C. R. Renfro
Mrs. Nottie IC Roppeto gavo u din-
ner party at Hotel Royal Saturday
night complimentary to Scuator Geo.
. Bellamy Representative Thos. R.
Held and Roprosentatlvo WaHor
Phelps. Tho favors wore carnations.
Tho guests were: President G. W.
iiollaniy Hon. Thos. Reid of El Reno;
tion. 'Walter Pbo)p3 Norman; Judge
lnggs of St. Louis; Bird McGulro of
Pawnoo; Prosldont D. R Boyd. Nor-
man; Dr. Throadglll of Norman; L.
G. Nlblnck Guthrie; Captain H C.
ueck Springfield Mo.
Mrs. C. B. VanDeusen of Kllbourn
Wis was afflteted with stomach
troublo and constipation for a long
time. Sho says "I have tried many
preparations but nono havo dono me
the good that Chamberlain's Stomach
and LIvor TabloUl havo." Thoso Tab-
lets aro for sale at C. R. Ronfro'a drug
store. Prlco 25 cents. Samplos free.
The Daily Loader soils at G cents a
copy. Tho Loader gives all tho legis-
lative news from day to day. No othW
paper gives a dotallod roport of legis
never nay ex.
ternal signs of
Cancer an til
the blood is
rv.lliiTfl nml tt Rvllwn IhnTrnirrlilv rnn.
removed by the turgeon's knlfo or flesh
destroying plasters another co"ics and is
worse. Tlie real disease is in the blood
and the treatment must begin there. The
poisoned blood must be invigorated and
purified and when this is done cancerous
cells can no longer form and the sore will
heal naturally and permanently.
' Ml Wlndnor Ac. llriatol.
Tenn writcn . "lauii
jesrs old ntvl for three
uld wa inairaHe and
ed tbclrutemen oirue
' sna una r.ncu up nit iiojm; u
of ever bclnir well ntraiii J.
i If you have a suspicious sore or have in
herited tny blood taint send for our free
book on Cuncef and write toourmetlical
department for any iuformntion or advice
wanted we make nd charge for this cer-
tice. Your letter will rcceiva prompt and
careful attention and will bo held ia
TKC SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATUKTA. ftA.
n "yMrMCi1 vi
A big doctor's
ThoBO women who lnwn tried It (and thoy nro legion)
know that QP. P. will mako a dootor'8 services unnecessa-
rv. Thoro la no form of fomalo dlsoaso that this eront rom-
edy will not euro. It regulates tho monthly periods and mokca thom
painless; It ouros prolapsus Iouoorrhcoa tumors ulceration. inllatn-
mntlon nnd all other womb nnd ovarian troubles. Buy a bottlo from
youT druggist and it will do for you wnat It hoa dono for bo many thou-
sands of others mako you a woll Btrong happy woman fit for wlfb-
uoou ana motnornoou.
TTT f f Y" rf"N IT VAn BANI Vi
ror several ynars
VIVjUJ. Ur fllctedwith white
VrtTTTU of the womb. My
u xx sieinn.could do ma lioaood
relief. Mysutlerlnsat timeswassointensetliat loould
eratetheA' mmloliyai'Crson waiKinsacroaam
idu D'ad siven up in despair whan 1
to use Q. F. P. lhavotaKrri twobottlosolltauaiiav
a new lease of life the pain and misery is all Rone an
wo bottles oi it ana nave
1 misery is all Rone and
1 am ontirely rurel and strong anil vh
X "Yl-.' ..L ... vi
I am ontirely rumi anil strong anil vtgorotts ss s young
girl. MIS. ALICE ClI ALMKUH. Newberry. 8. U.
: A i-Uii t unuw ywui uww away m
A Hecaase thev are a little faded. Our new Dying Process la A
a saccexs We gnsra.nUe the
vests pants ladle' -iotuug in tacx sTe-ytnina aanaiao
tHe best workmanlike manner Out of town orders re-
ceive prompt attention
AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY TOWN.
-fr-g)-g--$---V-0 g) &'' $
Anderson's Hardware Emporium
124 East Oklahoma Ave.
J. A. Andersont Proprietor
Tbli s a new Oothrfe Institution which asks a share
of ybar isttroaag Fresh and complete stock of '
Shelf and Heavy Hardware
You arc invited to examine our goods
124 EAST OKLA. AVE GUTHME OKLA
n. c. ittTTEitnuscn
Our line of
The People's Resort
Lyon Dlock Division St.
SF OCQI$r 3ES
The newes' and best wagon in Guthrie. The v best servici
at all times. We afliv- r anything from n spool of thread to an
ice plant. Our work guaranteed.
Turn Casn Transfer Line.
Teiepliouefor jaggage wagon.
Linen will last J times as long
when Laundered by vs. Our new
Process is Perfect. We work to
please our customers and we are
pleased with our Customers.
PALACE LAUNDRY CO.
L O. BOOTH Manager. INCOiCI'OltAriil)
Advice for 8mokcro.
Qqv. Darnes 10c cigars on sale nt
all first class stores. Also tho Rebecca.
Romember homo industry made In
Guthrie at tho New York Cigar fac-
tory. 1 Serial proprietor.
Whon children havo earache satu-
rate a piece of cotton with Ballard's
Snow Liniment and placo it In tho
oar. It will stop tho pain quickly.
Price 25 and 60 cents
F. B. LMUa & Co. and Wheeler &
Prepared only by
L GERSTLE & CO.
Sold br all DrugnUts at$t
a ootue ax ootiios tor 95.
If roerciMltnotfttllreownl I
jr rnw ooor. immtiir mouj.
iMkeItijppr lIonKW.' writ. In I
conSdMM tor free iu1m to The
Ladtut' JtfolOi I labrrs of JU
9rn!. 0- ChMJaaonsl f nn.
Teu mil racelre fall lnstniotUHu.
HB- 9--JJ-t -.-()-3ri .
If.UA .. i
worlt not to fade Coats. f
Gut(irie Steam Laundry
- Qifr - Q4 - Q4i& - Q - jfrt - Q - &t 8
the goods to please the
CIgurs i unetjualed.
'Phone No. -17
Cor. 1 & Olovolnd.
Dont Be Fooled!
Take the genuine original
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Made only by Madlton Medl-
clno Co. filkdlton WlJ. It
keep you well. Our ud
mark cut on each .packsge
lrlce as ctntt. NverolJ
In bulk Accent no bubltl
!Nnri..T.t.. tut. Atk your druifUt.
Tho old saying thata new broom
sweeps Clean Is true and It Is true also
that old aa welf ns new brooms made
by the Guthrie Broom works sweep
clean all the time and fast much longer
tttan other manufacturers.
There Is something to
See Eat & Brink
The beautiful Osark mountains
Fred Uarvey eating home and cafe cars
Kurcka Springs water.
The famous health retort..
Throagh cars without change on all Frisco
WICHITA OKLAHOMA AND
Pullman Palace Sleepers
Reclining Chair Cars
Parlor Day Coaclies
Trains leave WlchiU I 20 and 10 p. m Ok
lalioui.i city i in a in ArrlT at 8t Louis
following morning at i and evening at 6.
Brain leaving St r.oaiK9pra arrlresWIeh
its m p. m OkUhoma 5 KB p. m Train
leaving St. Lonls 8 a m arriTes Wichita
Santa Fe trains make done connections at
Wlcutj-a and Oklahoma for all Frisco points
Further Information tegardlns rates timo
routes maps etc will be beerfully given
by any Prltio rememrotatlve. or the umli-r
signed. It Is a pleasure for u to answer
qaestiOMS. . l(ltAN bNUMSK
uen i fans At 8t Lou s
II. F. IIUNN Dlst- Fass. Agt.Wichlta Kb.
(First published in Dally Leader Fob.
To Whom It May Concern:
Notice is hereby givon that Felix
Adler has filed his petition to soil at
retail spirituous vinous and malt liq
uors upon lot 5 block 67 In city of
Guthrie (third ward) Logan county
Oklahoma territory and that unloss
objectlbn Is ffletl on or before March
12 1901 the same will bo granted.
Guthrie Okla. Fob. 2C 1001.
J. B. Dobson County Clerk
(First pnbllshod In Daily Leader
March 1 1001.)
To Whom It May Concorn:
Notico is heroby given that D. A.
Arthur has this day filed his petition
to sell at retail spirituous vinous and
malt liquors at retail upon lot 0 block
2 In Langston city or village Logan
county Oklahomn torrltory and that
unless objection bo filed on or before
tho 14th day of March A D. 1901 said
petition will bo granted.
Guthrie Okla. March 1 1901.
J. B. Dobson County Clerk.
By F. S. Puljiam Deputy.
(First published In Dally Lcador Febi.
Notice Is horeby given that at a
sossion of tho Board of Commissioners-
of Logan county Oklahoma territory
hold on tho 20th day of February A.
D. 1901 n petition signed by Geo. Ogle
and others of Woodland township apk-
Ing for a view and a survey for tho
purpose of locating a certain county
roadu'oscrlbed ns follows:
Comtnonans at tho north center of
soctlon 28 township 17 north rango 3
wont runn.ng onq mile duo south to
Intersect section lino on the south
cantor of soctlon 28 said road to be
40 foet wide was prosonted and that
Jno. Massy Geo. Anderson and A F
Sovorn wore appointed viewers nnd
ti. S. Tteevos county surveyor will
moot at tho place of beginning of
said road on March 12th A. D. 1901
at 10 o'clock a. in. of said day and
proceed to view and Btirvey said road
and glvo all parties a' hearing.
Dono by order of tho Board of
County Commissioners of Logan coun-
ty Oklahoma territory.
J. B. Dobson County Clerk
By F. S. Pulliam Deputy.
(First published In Dally Loader Feb.
Causa Number 2483.
In tho District Court of Logan Coun-
ty Oklahoma Torrltory.
WJlllnm H. Long Plaintiff
Daisy Long DefondanL
The said dofendant Daisy Long is
horeby notified that sho has been
sued by the said plaintiff William II
Long and that ho has filed his peti-
tion against her In the District Court
of Lofjan County Oklahoma Torrltory
and that sho must answer tho said
petition of tho plaintiff In tho said
court on or boforo tho 25th day of
March 1901 or tho said petition will
bo taken ob truo and judgment will bo
rendered In fayor of said 'plaintiff and
against said defendant in said cause
granting tho plaintiff an absoluto dl-
vorco from tho defendant and dis-
solving the bondB of matrimony exist-
ing between said plaintiff and said)
Cotteral &. Hornorr
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Attest M. C Hart
Clerk-District Court; Logan Coilatr
By T. A. Neal Drpntr.
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