The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 108, Ed. 1, Monday, April 1, 1901 Page: 2 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA.
MONDAY APRIL 1 1901.
Wn t in ni i li. lii ur
I Keep Your Money at Home
Made Brig? dier General By
President McKinley '
Washington O. C Ma.ili nn
Tbe fobming Important nrmy i.p-
pulntmentii were announced at 'h
White houiw tonlptln
To b major general tlnllPil States (
army. Hrlfjadlrr General Lloyd WInat- i
on. vlv.o Mile promoted lluU-nint
To tf t.iUniller general in the regu-
lar army I'nlonel Jnoflb II. Smith S-
onteenth Vntted Statea Infantry Brisiv
dlor Rennral vounteflrs vice Daggett
retin-d. Hi litaUler Cleneral Freilctnk
Funatur- I'bIUU State voluntoi-rt. vi.o
The announcement of the appoint-
ment wan made after a t onft rcnco
botwoen the president. 8e rotary U..t
-r.1 Adjutant Oeneral Corhln nnd nt
the same time the long exjn- tod M
of appointment of major and cp-
tatna In the paymaatera. quartermas-
ters and rnmmlaaary departments and I
of thaplalns was made knowi.. The '
lint Included two majors and twenty -rtfi
captains !n the paymasters de-
partment twenty-one captains In the
commissary department; thirty-seven
captains In the quartermaster" de-
partment and seventeen chaplains. All
of these appointees are In the regular
nrmy under the recent act of congrees
enforcing and re-tfrgrftnlilnfj the army
and without exception the staff ap-
pointee are from volunl ?r officers.
The chief Interests however center-
ed In the three high opolntments of a
major general ami two brigadier gen-
erals and more particularly In the se-
lection of Oeneral Funston after his
gallant exploit In capturing AgulnaMo.
Following the announcement General
CWbln sent the following to Oeneral
""WASHINGTON D. t. MABCH 30.
-MacArthur Manila The following
appointments made Wh-aton major
general; Smith ana FMnst n brigadier
generals. Hecr;taiy of v ur Joins rci'
In congratulations to u'l
The other appolniments were as follows:
To be captains nnd assistant qunr
Nothing makes a woman feel bob
Hopeless a a the many weaknesses anal
diieases so common to her sex. Palo!
and weariness are with her every hour.
She feels herself unfit for even the J
lighter duties of every day existence.
To such a sunercr
GET E Which Moans
QERSTLE'S F5MALE PANACEA
comes with more than hope It brings an absolute assurance of
vigorous perfect health of body and mind.
THE ONLY CORRECT I1EMEDY.
If rcrar eMl
no- boo Hl""l
n noxia. writ in
oaliJUenra to ll
U4ln' IN.IU CUN
or I O.ntl
Tnn for ttf In.
formation ana iu-ties
Prepared only by
L. GER3TLE & CO.
CDATTaKOOQA W TESNESSE5.
FOn OALK BY
At 61.00 n ll
tlo Six Dottlesl
The ulsters of Ur Hnrcelona hue chII-
ed upon him bringing it plentiful supply
of linen. Agulnaldo Is well supplied
with money ami has ordered a supply
of new clothes. He Is careful of Ills per-
sonally appearance. He celebrated his
Snd birthday 'jefore he was captured
The birthday festivities were pri nged.
and only tsrmtnated upon the arrival it
Oeneral Funston. Agulnaldo tries to
read the American newspapers and w
anxious to leam the state of public opin-
ion In th United States coneraliif Phil-
ippine affairs. Ha has again conferred
wltn Usneral Trias and the chief justice
Arellano but his future Intentions have
not been announced. He spends much
time standing by a barred window
watching the boats pausing up and down
the Ptislg river.
1 his morning Agulnaldo was recognis-
ed by a crowd of natives going up the
river In a lighter. The natives gased
at him a while In silence and then be-
Ktui to Jeer calling Kmllo and vile names
In Die Tagalog language. The guards
quieted the disturbance and Agulnaldo
left the window In disgusl.
The natives In Manila are undemon-
V. M. Schrelner District "tralve concerning Agulnaldo's capture
of Columbia. N. I'. Hathelder Cali
fornia; J. Z. Dare. Ohio; W. C. It. Col- majority of them really think of it-
- . ' fotlaln tH.f A frtilftaljtv.i lftnitani
and It Is difficult to ascertain what the
liiohoun T.elawHiv J. M. Baiter of
Pennsylvania; It. L. Brown West Vir-
ginia; H. P. Toung New York; J. N.
Patlon Iowa; II. J. May. Ohio; N. II.
Creager Maryland; T. Swobe Nebras-
Ita; W. S. -:ott. Pennaylvanla; W. C.
Cannon. Illinois; A. S. BIckham Ohio;
W. K. Hoi ton District of Cotpmbia;
IV. M. Coulting Virginia; W. B. Bar-
lcor Mississippi; I. L. Fredornhall of
Wyoming; H. B. Chumberlaln Ver-
mont; A. W. nutt; Georgia; II. L. Pet-
tus. Alabama; D. W. Arnold. Illinois;
L. F. Garrard. Jr.. Georgia; K. . Ham-
ton. Kentucky; B. Fia.ik 'Jhectlu.n
Tonnesfloe; Putnam Bradiee Strong.
New York; Frank V. Orant. Utah B.
T. Clayton. New Tork; CJvd- V). llunt
Vermont; Frederick W "'nle. Florida
Itobert II. Itolef New Hampshire. v
T. Baker South Carolina; George I.
Goodale. Massachusetts. Theodore 8.
Sternberg Kansas; George L. Peniose.
To lie captain and assistant commlmun
of sulislStence II J Onlliigher lown
G. W. Ttuthers freni i-my: H K H 11-
klns low i H f Georgia ; V II
Idtwton. '. ' :i. Hatker Ten-
nemke ' ;: B... . . (Jhlo; Morton J
Henr' l'ennsylviinla Curro) Mercer of
Marylnnd; James A Iogun Jr. Pennsyl-
vania; V. 8. Murry District of Columbia
Salmon F. Dutton New Hampshire J
B. Bloom New York Fred II. Pomiro.
Now York. Frank A. Cook. Ithode Island.
ClmrlM I Stivers Ohio; llllnm Grove
Colorado D. J. Case. Pennsylvania Wil-
liam M. Ueary Washington. J. N. Kil-
rnrnla. T ) paymaster with thu rnnk of
major George F. Downey Hugh It
To be paymasters with tho rank of
captain Thomas C. Goodman Jitmcs 1)
Houston Uenehcer II. Kny lleriwrt M
Loud M B. ltochester Jr. Robert Hmlfi .
William U. Scoffleld. J.itnoa Canlij.i
Charter K Stanton Wllllom G. Gnimlulll
George K. I'lcketl Gi-orgu T II illowm ' . . .
joeph s wiikins otto Uecker. He S. S. o 1 1 .-. ccmbitiaUon el roota
mmir it-well. i;ur.. tie coffin Timitin and hi.' s i great curative powers
Is certain that Agulnaldo's Influence Is
less strong than formerly though It Is
7h. rupnrsentath-e of the Afisodatetl
Press lias interviewed many Filipinos in-
cluding both these and professional men
In Manila as well as representatives of
tlie lowtat classes and former insurgents
on the capture of Agulnaldo. Tho ma-
jority of thd persons questioned wore un-
felgnedly glad that Agulnaldo had been
captured and Bald they consldqrcd that
tho worst obstacle to the speedy pacifi-
cation of the iBiands had been removed.
Some men distrust Agulnaldo and advise
his detonation. Others lolieve he can
render vast assistance by urging his
countrymen to acquiesce to American
authority. All men agree that the out-
look today Is much brighter.
At tike graduation exercised yesterday
of tho Manila Nuutlcul academy General
Mut Arthur In tin eloquent speech com-
plimented the graduating oadets and prc-
dicted a splendid future for Philippine
commerce. The graduates of the acad-
emy are equipped with a complete tlioo-
manshlp. Dieutenant Richard II Town-
rctloil knowledge of navigation and sen-
le of tho United States navy is super-
intendent of the academy having suo
ieeded Lieutenant George F. Cooper who
whs superintendent for over a year and
'nu much to bring the academy to Its
ireldeTit state of efficiency. The acad-
emy now has sixty student aad will
have use of u training ship next year.
1. M. Cerman the American contract-
or ihargcd with aiding tha Filipino In-
mirgenl lelleves tliat orders will be ro-
ied from Washington within a fort-
night that will result in clearing' him
fro mtht charges now ponding against
The Oldest and Best.
I. Kilctur Jnnn i A 1uwch. M nlv I
rum William Miumghan ThaihKtis I'
Vnrnev John l( l.vnih I'liTre c St.-
Mis. Willium It ilrahain IJrtdtii r L
To be chaplnlnK ioini5 C Stull Moo
tana K P iwsou 'l.xi John M
Moose Mlui"ii'il. JK ph n. mim
Pennsylvania; lllium I'ohert. Mlnm
ota; Albert J HaU r e York Hanuu'
J. Smith Vermont T. 1" OKeifv Nrw
Mexico John ' OnuwUn. MInmoim
Charles T. Wtlgtit. Georgia; VU
Brander. Marvlimd. A A Prudt n Noun
Carolina; John T Greeni Ntw "ii
am.1 .!u't taken into thu circulation
bearclu i''t rt'nl retuovcl all manner
of joisi .i fi-iut tl;o 1 1 -cl v.ithout
tlu lo A s'i'K !t vr lur -t to the system.
i On the -u'tt ..ry the jjcne;.l health
bc)':: It impr)e from the first dose
for S. S. S is nut only a Llixxi purifier
but an i mi lint tmiic n:ul tirength-
ciis ..tid hi' ilds up tho constitution
while purjii);j the blotnl of impuri-
ties. S S. S. cures all dWvasca of ft
Roolpui n oi irin Ctuctr Scrofula.
Rlieumatis nt Chronic Sore am!
'lie era iicim.i Psot islsia Salt
James l.. Graf-s Indiana; li m i.n Hhciun Ikti'iK and similar troubles
Iowa; Thomas J iMcksoa Miiwoi u (.. xni js an jnlaHible euro and the only
O Rico MaasHihusetts antidote for that raoatlUMTVtlcOiacOM
Manila March SO. In company with Contat;lou Blood INaison
coiouvi Voilia. his chief of tHff md i" A reioid of nearly fifty yeara of
Rsn-viuna extnasunr of the Phiiippno suices ful cures la a record to beprouu
goernment Agulnaldo now uccupli 0f g 5 j8 jHora jMpuJar today
of the nicest apt.nment of tile Malm 10 tjun cver jt uum)er8 Jt frieUllS by
ans palacr. H. Is closely gntarde.1 ! llle thoUtWnda. Ottr medical COrTOfcV
courteously touted Captain 1 rands J j j j u . j thQ
X"' if r.TT 1 Fi'mnrn!: T nistory of the nUdnc Many vrilc
Captain Ben 11 v. . loipi. and im uteii...t l loue Uin wliila othew are seek-
oubert a. Your.. 1 .f in. Thini urtiu.iv i ng udvice about their cases. All
with 0o guards u. watihing aim Utters receive prompt nod careful
Aguinawo neriM i- i. 'ngth. aoar sn.i attention. Our pliydldftUB Iir made
deeply tnniking o n h ti-md taruugii a lifelong study of lllood and $kin Dis-
tils hair. Ho si.i k. s n. ny cigara tnd eases and better understand audi caiea
vlgiirettea. and ho also h.i a hearty
petlte lit Hpeahs only u few w
Kii)llli He is coiist lous uf his rtlgnu
lnu 11 IK 10 tJlK pltaMlltlN with IllM
gl ...- !!' ofH II pfilSi S till ""1 IU 'I
THE NEW YORK WORLD.
Tho prosidontlal campaign la ovor
but tho world goos on just tho samo
and it is full ot nows. To loam (his
nowB Just as it is promptly and Im-
partially all that you have to do la
to look In tho columns ot Tho Thrice-a-Wcok
Edition of Tho Now Yojf-
Orld which comes to tho Bubflcrlbt-
Tho regular subscription prlco ot
tho two papers Is S2.00.
gonco as a publisher of first nows
has glvon It circulation wherovor the
Engliuh lnnguago Is .spoken and you
The Thrlco-a-eek "Worid'a rogu-
lar subscription vrJoo !b only ?1.00 per
yosr. Wo offer this unoqualcd news-
papor and Oklahoma Leader together
ono your for 1.15.
Blood and Iron.
Yon could not lire an hour without
Iron Iu your blood.
You could not get tho benefit of one
breath of air without this same iron.
Tho blood mns tho circuit of the
body evory throe minute and when
It roachos tho lungs each atom of Iron
takes two atoms of oxygen hack with
It to keop ho fires ot llfo going. This
oxygon dostroys wasto mattor and
holps to restore your wasted tlasifoa.
If your blood lacks iron you lack
that much ot lite; you fall that much
to keopHub the needed repair of "your
bodies that Is you get run down and
sick. This accounts for the Ilfo-glvlng
properties of Dr. Hnrtor's Iton Tonic.
It supplies Iron and to do that Is to
ruetoro the full body-building power to
the blood. This Iron has a peculiar
life-quickening function; .vitality goes
down whenever auy proportion of th
Iron Is lacking- Vigor and ati ength re-
turn just as surely when this element
Dr. Hnrter'3 Iron Tonic helps sick
or tired out people quickest because It
contains the particular blood-msk'np
rfnd strength-giving form of Iron that
tho system needs. Thl remedy puri-
fies and enriches the blood it ir.
creases the activity of the stomacii'
Hver and kidneys. It overcomes- ner-
vousness and builds up vitality and
Strength It agree with the most
db'ate and dosorres your confidence
because It has been doing all t)iese
things for fortiy-five years. Prepftrfttl
only by The Dr. llarter lledlctbeicoM
Dayton Ohio. Sold everywhere.
AN APPEAL TO THE PEOPLE.
It is the ambition ot the cltlssns of
Guthrie to bavo this city the metro-
polls or the territory. To do this
every citizen lias a duty to perform
by encouraglrfg all branch of man-
ufacturing (a city without factories
is dead) U does not matter how small
a factory is It ought to be encourag-
ed by overy spirited citizen and you
can do this by pathonlzlng home In-
dustry ano. have the pleasure of seo-
ing a small factory animated by tho
community compollcd to sond to
uiher states for moro man.
Mr. I. Segal has oponod th Now
York Clgnr factory employing first
class union men manufacturing a
fine grade of cigars guaranteed to
stand the criticism of the public. Has
had thirty years experience In manu-
facturing cigars in the city ot Now
i'ork and comes to Guthrie highly
recommended making the fr'lowing
well known brands:
The 10 cent cigars: Governor
Darns and Rebecca.
The I cent brands: dun Club Capi-
tol tvest Rose and Little Governor.
A few questions to bo considered:
1. Do the manufacturers in other
states pay our taxes to build our pub-
lic Institutions and Incroose the valu-
ation of property?
2. Are the cltlzons of Oklahoma
Justified In oncouraglng Eastorn sweat
shop made cigars or any other lino of
goods which could be manufactured
u. By demanding homo production
will stimulate the manufacturers of
otlior states to come here and start
branch factories knowing tho citizens
vlll demand their goods.
4. This territory must bo the groat
manufacturing district of the South-
west nnd It doponds on the cltlzons for
help by asking for homo production.
Proprietor of New York Cigar Fac-
tory Guthrie Okla
WHEN YOU BUY YOUR CIGAR
BE SURE YOU ASK FOR HOME
Fine Tailor Made Suits
Worth $18 to WO will iell tor
S To s18
Colonist Rates to California.
Only ?25 from Guthrie via most direct
line Santa Fe Route every Tuesday to
April 30. Tickets at Depot.
Juicy & Tender
PORTLAND TACOMA SEATTLE
Tickets on sale at 'the "Frisco LJno"
city ticket office corner of Main and
Douglas ave. on the following Tues-
days: March 5 12 10 20; April 2 9 10.
23. and 30. 1901.
Further information will be cheer-
fully given at Uie city ticket office or
by D. F. punn D. P. A Wichita ICas.
(i ;'ii!ui i-'uiiMti ii i i I'ltuitiiit
n hi lug thut i il ' t mm;
1 111 Il.ttK llr II lUjlMltil It U
-.. i i XfcoliixMo l vvfy bllw.ittl H-
vt) ta reveling- frotn his forwer am
tad.- i.ut that h must raai$ the lwt
lntor.fUi (if thit Ftlljilno psopl
rty iD ' than Uie ordinary practitioner who
ord r iaiytKa a specialty of no oue disease.
ye are uomg rea
jrood to suiliirinK
our consulting de-
nartment. and invite
you to write us if you have mty blood
or ekin trouble. Yc uwke uo charge
whattvir for tlua ecrvicc.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. A1UKTA 0A.
Perfect digestion Is the cnl founda-
tion for perfect health. The food we
eat makes all the blood wo have which
In turn feed every nere. muscle and
tissue in the body. Hcrbine qulskens
the appetite aids digestion gives tone
and vigor to all the functions and en-
sures good health. Price M cents.
Yrtieeler ft Son and V U utile &
Indies and gentlemen get roady for
tue first Calico Ball. April Sth. 1901 Rt
the Legislature hall. i;i.'ii by the
Qermanlft Yeretu. Lnil.us tickets 30c
Gentlemen Uekets 50c.
You won't find any hard work
connected with the eating- of
our meats. They are sufllcient-
ly young juicy aud tender to
make mastication easy and di
gestion simple and the exercise
all through one of pleasure.
Ydu need good meat. Don't
buy any but the best. -
COMER & PHENfS
- 116 W. Harrison.
There is something to
See Eat & Drink
MADE) TO ORDER
LEFT ON TAILOR'S HANDS
MISFIT CLOTHING PARLOR
Next Door to Guthrie National Bank
JDST OPENED FOR BUSINESS
Anderson's Hardware Emporium
.12-1 East Oklahoma Ave.
J. A. Anderson Proprietor
Thin is a new duthrle Institution wliich aaVs a share
of yoar patronage. Fresh and complete stock of
Shelf and Heavy Hardware
" You are invited to examine pnr good).
124 EAST OKLA. AVE. GUTHRIE OXLA
The newest and best wagon in Guthrie. The best service
at all times. We deliver anything from a spool of thread to an
ice plant. Our wqrk guaranteed.
Tom Casii Transfer Line.
Telephone for jaggage wagon.
1 ROYAL EXOHANGEU
w RITTERRTTSflH TmOTTTRRR ( Orris
w Pbopkietohs ( Emil
t ... a
uuuu uuuua friu
TOM AND JERRY
& CIGARS FINE LINE
WHISICY ALL KINDS
We were never known to
double cross any one.
All brands of
The beautlfol Ozark mountain!
eyed IUrvey eatlux hounes and cafe earn
Knteka Springs water
Tha fauiouh health rt'kort..
Throub can without change on all Frisco
WICHITA OKLAHOMA AND
Pullman Palace SJaepcs
Reclining Chair Cars
Parlor Day Coaches
Nearly erery person r.eda a toalo
uivdlclno at thia time of year to Lrace
up nnd Invigorate tlio norvons eyutetn.
to I'lcnnso the bowels Hmi and RUI-
i.m)'h. Herblne Is th- bt e.t mnl Rrtfont
rouieily to do tlilh as. ft will urc con
Uputlon regulate tin Uvit and ftl
rich the blood. Price it) cents.
Whelr & Son anil P. B. Lilllo &
rrVnlaa lnavn Wlhlli tiUAitd lr4 n. M Dlr.
lahoma City !0Oa. Arrlv at ft Louis
following mornlBC at Ti and evemur at e.
Train leaving St.Xmiui 9 r m. arrive Wich-
ita Jit u tu. Oklaboma S:W p. ut Tritn
.uAB.na Ul f ami. tt.A t eel ttvllva Utjll.h
Santa IV train make close connection at
Wichita and Oklahoma for all PtUh point
rotiM. . sic. will b cheorfollv nlvm
uranf Prlfeo mprwenutlve. or the ttoder-
tilrnad. It 1 a pleature foruH to acu-vrer
qwUon. UBVAN SNYllUIt
otra'lPAis Aust. Tovla
UTt. DUNN tlnt- Vmb. AutiWIcblta. li.
rA- 'Phone No. 4 7
9- Cor. 1 & Clevelurt
6UAMNTEE r XI
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.
L C. OOOTH MunHgor IXCOlll'OUATlSU
a-ai -fr'- -$- 9
f Don't throw your clothes away
A lie cause IbeV ar a little f.idcd. Our new Dying ProreM it
iismm Wc uuarantiT the wuk u.t to fade Cru
vet nanta ladle' lollilnK lu tai t evcrylnlnK bandied
the besi workmanlike manner Out ot town urden re-
ceiw prompt ftteniiou
. AQENT6 WANTED IN EVERY TOWN.
Guthrie . Steam Laundry
& (PHONE 100
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