The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 138, Ed. 1, Monday, May 13, 1901 Page: 3 of 8
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TtyS LEADER GUTHRIE OKU HOMV MONDAY MAY 13 1901.
Schwab Wants No
AYS TRUST' CORPO
RATIONS ARE SACRED
And Their Accounts Should
Not be Exposed; How
the Octupi Works
Washington D. C May 13. When
lilted lit tit tall fur the plan tt manage-ni-
nt of the various companies combined
In thi me. I compan Mr BctiTab said
it t i the purponi of the parent com-
pin' in contml the sahsldary organtsa-
i ny) In liarmonv lint thin was to be done
t. li .Hinting the offtoem of thp various
i mi i nm. "Thi re may not be no many
iMmiv r Inllueiue on tho boiuil" he
lil ' but the management will lie etflc-
Mr Schwab i urn 1 himself from
-l iking concerning tho details of th
ligation of his fompuny once or
i a i h lug tint niiistlons concerning
mi i l.itlon. I'll nilum etc. should !
K' il el Mr. Morgan "I don t know
Hi 't I I nix i hi' said liei it'imi'oiu
- ' ill iKiiated lil ompany. tn a get.-
i 1 1 vi iv lu- uulil h.v that tlu inm.nnv
.- ' irniced upon th. same plan .is the
t ii. i il Mit I i.iinpii'iN Inn he did not
.n-nl i the lompiii) imr cap talloil
Hi "ml the avtt of e.nh of th. sulml
Oi ir lompanliM hid Increased In v.iluo
Bin. i their organisation and that thj
T 'lull u estimates Ul dixit pluce m aufflc-
i i X valm upon the mines owned bj the
cmpniv He also stattd In this connec-
ts ii that the company owns Sixty thou-
J?an dions of ronnollsvillc coal land ami
ih it hi an Iron niiiu-i there are B0o.(m.-
Oti tons of on In sight He thought
r. isouahle profit on this on; would
In $.' i r ton. Ak-d how long he thought
thec mlni would ho able to mwt tl
d. mind Mr. Schwab placed the limit
on tin iron ore nt JO years and on tho
ti tt it sixty. Kaeh of the constlteunt
cojni' mica he said makes Us own pur-
chases and Its own sales. "In a word '
he snld. " the T'nlted States Steel Cor-
poration Is a clearing house to which
Its constituent companies go for Inform-
!i admits lliftt the company sells many
of itN products at a lower price In for-
eign market 6 than at home saying that
this practice Is followed to hold the bar-
Hi witness dl-ausstd th. relation of
th. t iriff to tin ste. 1 Industry at lenth
i'ur ho said that upon the whole he
did n"t dmtlre to haw the tariff changed
ii .mi respect
"iiMderltig It cnlirtly satlsfactor us
tit pri neiit arrtuigen Asked for his opin-
ion ih to the effi et of the enactment
of tin- Hancock bill taking the duty
. ff trust produced articles Mr. Schwab
prii.U an opposition to It Jlo d'd
i a . .insider as possible an IntoriiiiUonul
lr u nut steel comblniitlon regardless u'
nil tailff rtatrhtliit
I M-i iikhIiik tin nlit'oii of capital to
1 it'or he sjiid thit li ilt he would not
UH'1 rtak- to outline the future poilc
cf the .steel corpora' ho (V'rt hot en-
d"r the polio of the laiior orgunlxu.-
t "i as In the interest of the laboring
n m himself He did hope bovver to
so arrange maturs that operative could
s'l.rc in the profits of the enterprise.
Inst ul of being a detriment he consid-
er d the blK corporations aa affording
the best openings fur labor and enter-
prise "There wen never such onpor-
tn'iti.H for brains as today" he said
lr 1 wire a laboring man aa T once
tvi- I should noi want to belong to u
titi"i organization Ifijnploved by a prop-
tri muniged coriioratlou. like the stool
in in for 1 would not want to be
ui .ni I level with the poorer workmen
j n Hi. i trtme 'I he tendency Is to gle
ft liighi.it poislhh nrlce for proper sir
m s i ul no int mlii r of a labor otgau-
'. u in i In In ii poult' in to avail himBcil
' ' 'Ml h disposition
II .a'i' the mirage wages paid nun
t ilu kteel loiip.iiilts is higher than
ii . i iuk to 18.' Thi .pinstlon was not
in of wage but of the mating meal
i I'u.iniHs with whirluthe labor unloiih
c ni. il to Inti i ftre
.Mi Bi hwab txpriHtted himself is op-
i"tid to the publliltv of the acoounts
of oipi rations mid said he had no ex-
planation to stiggi st for the rgulttion
"t i ..ipurationa.
in loncluslon Mr Schwab sakl ho -could
jj i nothing but good to susult from bus-
in. bb rojmblnaUons He conslderetl them
of - ilue bt-th to the Investor and to
labor and thought they were calculated
to exit nd Uu3lnw.
If people only lenow wliat wo know
about Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It would
bo used In nearly ovary household as
thcro are few pooplo who do not suffor
from a feeling of fullnoas aftor ontlug
belching (laiulonoe sour Btoniach or
water brash caused by Indigestion or
tl) spepsia A preparation qtjch as Ko-
dol DyspepBla Curo whloh with no
nld from tho etomarh will digest your
food certainly can't help but do you
Sold by J. N. Wallace.
"I hnvolircn ntlnjt rAncltETS oioln
s mlli soil ofTertHe laxaie uu' art ftlmkilr tMi-
lerful M ii-iimhtoi ni ii I murv UKberea llb
Iflt itoDni hanri
"ur nrenlii Terjr WW Alter
tsklm M"lf o i
ft iNt arvi we hare Itpprored
vondarfui r 'Hicrnri nun itt hrli.lii tbefsm1
W i ' Hi l i.N Nn rl
1137 llmcHi. iui' hi ( i nt I unatl Ohio.
TSADC MAJtN BtOITinH
PliUiiii Paiaiahis iuint Ti.ic 'Good no
Good Mover ickin IVouu or Oriv 10e.lte.aie.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
turihf tlrd Cw.pt. ki..r. Ilat.i. . t. ttt
TOMATOES FOR" SOLDIERS.
flcrlppa-HcRao Press AWn.
NChlcapo May 13. Threo thousand
pounds of chicken tamalos were sent
to the noldiors In the Philippines by
thhe comrnlsslary officer of the pe-
rmrtment. Lakes. Thrt soldlerr are
very partial to thorn. Tomatoes will
probably 00 included In the rations.
A Cashier Testifies.
Pepsin Syrup Co. Montlcello. 111.
Gentlemen: After twenty years of
aches and pains caused by constipa-
tion brought on by sedentary habits
I have found more relief In two bot-
tles of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin
than all of the hundreds of other
remedies I have tried and I take
pleasure in giving you this testimony
believing you have the nest prepara-
tion made for stomach troubles.
Very truly yours. D. F. Lange
Cashier Wabash R. R. East St. Louis.
Sold by F. B. Llllie & Co.
Scripjis-McUae Press Ass'n.
N London May 13. Lord Kitchener re-
ports from Pretoria that since May
5th the Uoers lost thirty killed and
six wounded and 'a hiflidred and fifty
captured. One hundred and eighty
Knlghtsvlllo Ind. April 22d. 1808.
Pepsin Syrup Co. Montlcello III.
Gentlemen: I hnvo been selling Dr.
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin ever slnco It
was first Introduced to the trade. It
Is the bast seller I over liful on my
shelves and gives the best satisfac-
tion to my customers of anything I
over oflorod them. Whoro I sail It
once they Invariably return for moro.
As a laxntlvo or naa physic It is par
oxcollonco tho most ploasant and sat-
isfactory preparation I have ovor sold.
Yours otc Q. H. Came.
Sold by P. B. LJlUe & Co.
Scrlppa-McRao Pross Ass'n.
Washington May 13. An official
volume just published shows that the
appropriations of the flfty-cixth con-
gress were seven hundred and thirty
millions an Increase over the first ses-
sion of twenty millions.
A trnmp stolo a bottle of Dr. Cald-
well's Syrup Popsln. "".an he ap-
peared In court he exploit 1 that he
naw In the advertisement that it was
"easyto take" so he took it. "Dis-
charged" said the Judge. "I will gar
and take some myself." It is easy to
take and is a perfect laxative Sold
by P. B. Llllie & Co.
LONDON TO GET IT .TOO.
SarlppS'MoIlae Press Aas'n.
New York May 13. Otta'Kuhn
member of the firm prominent In tho
Northorn Paclflo rnld sain today:
"Look out for storms In London. May
13th and 16th nro sattlemont days. I
think the situation there Is ns bud as
It was here Thursday.
Dr. Caldwell's Syru? Pepsin cures
Constipation. Sold by F. B. Llllie &
Notice Is hereby given that the an-
nual stockholders meeting of the Ard-
more Ice company for the election of
a board of directors for the ensuing
year will be held at the principal of-
fice of paid company In Guthrie Okla.
May 20th 190L at 10 a. in.
Paul Jundt Secretary.
Skin affections will readily disap-
pear by using DoWJtt's Witch Hazel
Salvo. Look out for counterfeits. If
you gat DeWUt's you will get good
results. It ia the quick nnd positive
euro for pllofy
Sold by J..N. Wallace
Evory woman according to her
neighbors has a closet full of clothes
Try the new reraody for costive-
noes Chamberlain's Stomaoh and Liv-
er Tablets. Every box guaranteed.
Price 25 cents. For sale by p. R.
Somo men's idea o fa good time
to spend Sunday broaking a horso.
Meeting of the Oklahoma Press As
Tne annual meeting of the Oklaho-
ma Press association will be held at
UUckwell Okla on Tuesday My
21 for tho purpose of transacting
suck business as may properly com
before th nsnoclnt.'on.
This mooting; of tho association
promises to be on of the most Im-
portant to npwspjp' r publishers ever
held In it i histo j ami cv.'iy news-
paper publisher nml e.lltor Is urged
to be preFont. The glml hand of wel-
come Is extended to nil whf ther active
members or not. Wo want to make
tne newspaper fraternity of Oklaho-
ma a mutual benefit n'-soi Intlon
whereby the business of publishing
a newspaper may be n profitable one
and no other way Is more prudent
than a compact and well regulated
organization of those Interested In the
business. Therefore It in hoped that
of weltomo Mayor
Responso P. T. Cook president as-
you will he present at this meeting.
"The Benefits of Pross Associations"
P. II. OrctT State Capitol.
Oklahoma Historical Society L.
"Machine vs. Hand Composition
Roy Stafford. Oklahoman.
"Newspaper Knockers" L. O. Nlb-
"The Editor's Society" Tom B.
Woosley Mulhall Enterprise.
"Journalism In a New Country"-J.
W. DeLisle Woodward Bulletin. (
"The Newspaper as a Railroad
Builder" J. W. Lawton Arapahoe Bee.
'Newspaper Influence" C. N. Pal-
mer Medford Patriot.
"The Small Page Paper Its Advan-
tages and Disadvantages" H. B. Oil-
strap Chandler News.
F. T. Cook President.
Lon Whorton Secretary.
An Extensive Stook Raiser Tells How
to Cure Scours In Calves.
Wm. Abbott of Tyndall 8. Dak-
quite an extensive stock raiser has
for a number of years used Chamber
loin's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy for scours In calves and says
he has never known It to 'fall. He
gives a teaspoonful In water as direct-
ed on the bottle for an adult man.
aftor each operation of the bowels
moro than natural. Usually one dose
Is suffldonL For sale by C. R. Renfro.
Advice for Smokers.
Gov. Barnes 10c cigars on sale at
all first class stores. Also tho Rebecca.
Romembor home industry made in
Guthrie nt tho Now York Cigar fac-
tory. I Sogal proprietor.
Tho strength and purity of Calumet
Bak'ng Powder nro unquestioned. The
price Is lawer than the trust baking
An Atchison old girl le far to coy
for her age; she Is at least sixty years
THERE'S NOTHING 8LOW
about tho horses or vehicles sent out
from the Gr'issom
Our equipment is thoroughly up to
We can please those who want a
horse ;md buggy for a quick business
trip or those who want a carriage for
pleasure theater or wedding.
Charges! Not nearly so high as
they might he.
R. M. GRISSOM.
News and Opinions
Daily by mall
Dully nnd Sunday
?G.OO a year
8.00 a year
The Sunday Sun
is tho greatest newspaper in the
Price 5c a copy. By mail $2 u year
Adilre.TllK SUNNov York
KILLED A DESPERADO.
Offlsers Have Flerf Fight With Out-
laws at Jaspsr Ind.
Jasper Ind. May 13. In a des-
perati battle with a depot- kIi rin
Oeorge Heovr was h-t t di-alii to-
night neai lltinttngblrtl while b-lne tak-
en fr"tn th j. ftersniu Hie rr f' rniutory
t I -1 1 ' li 1 h and bin toother
J"! 1 w 1 1 i ' . 1 il on trl il for a
inn I 1 . 1 1.. I mxinn le-ir ago-
Hbei 1 1 iiirli'.l In HiiTitlngt.lrtl
wltn 'b .ii. ni In nsinili m K niliKk
this e-ilng 'ih. lompany with thi
ilflpjuu ehi'ilfTx Ct'orge rinstrop and
John Hnthr the prison. rs were started
In 1 1 arn ig" to Jasper.
I'.i 'I lime the carriage reach-nl a.
poln' II . miles from Hunllngblrtl the
pilM 1 '- hoi tpiletly worked the hand-
cuff" !r..ni their wrists and as the car-
rintri m it -I t" crow Pntoka rlcr bridge
both hum spuing to their foet an1 leap-
cd f 1 oin tin irralge John Reevts was
iuli ki overtaken bound and again
placi il in th carriage Deputy Sheriff
IluthiT .sl!wed in pursuit ot (leoit
fieevr.i nred twice from a rifle at
tha fleeing prisoner without elfett ths
bitter t'n 1 l miking nn attempt t climb
a sti -ni inkment to tret In'o a dnse
imi H'l. fie d'lnity mirtml him
-mil 11 h ml to hand bit t It. c"nuied.
Hrei 1 'ising his hinrtcuffs wl'.li h wtrt
still fist'nid to one wr. . in an entb i-o-r
to ibrnh the shetlffs briilns out
IiUlh r. fooling that Reeves Was about
to git the better of him nuul a final
struggle .in'l siicredlng In tnrnwlng off
his adversary's hold and ho rench.d for
th revolver he arrled in a rear pocket
Grasping the weapon hi leveled It full
at Hicwt br. ast and shit him lining!
the In art
Th' Ituvei were to he tried In J.n
per foi the ni'irilor of two deputy sheriffs
John i: Unnlrior nnd SVIIIIum Cox on
tht niorning of June 1M 1SSS. It Is
allcgul the. "BcniM (1 after committing
the cr'mi a"d wtrt not rcenptured until
several inonthH ago when they w.re ar
rested la Illinois. Jtefore being bivafchi
to Indbn a thty were Incnrcarliol hi J-ill
her-j ilriigeil with arson u-d bRnk rob-
bery 111 iilnls Em. it 1 r-M thai at
this time thev secured If!' 'Mi " :.' i thtv
hid befon th'V wore re red v'V".i
they blew open tho saf eeuiing Its
contents fire spread a-id a st destrojul
the little town
Beware of a Cough.
'A cough Is not a disease but a
symptom. Consumption and bron-
chitis which are the most tmngerous
hand fatal diseases have for their first
Indication u persistent cough and if
properly treated as soon as this cough
appears are easily cured. Chamber-
lain's Cough Remedy has proven won-
derfully successful and gained Its
wide reputation and oxtenslve sale
by its success in curing the diseases
which cause coughing. If it Is not
henaflcial It will not cost you a. cont
For sale by C. R. Renfro druggist.
What line become of tho old fash-
toned fuss over the word "obey" in tho
It Saved His Leg.
P. A. Dnnforth of LaGrnngo Ga.
suffered for six months with a fright-
ful running sore on his leg; but
writes that Bucklen's Arnica Salve
wholly cured It In flvo days. For
Ulcers Wounds Piles it's the best
salve In the world. Cure guaranteed.
Only S6c. Sold by A. H. Gray.
Lots of fancy and expensive things
to eat are not as good as beefsteak.
is one nf tlio flrr. indlcallrmn nfn i-onU-
ened conilltion anel should never
lfftiorod. It ia not a hair tonio that
flPfe WT W Whloh Moans
si w m oEnaTLPs
B Ml B FEMALE PANACEA
Which Cures tho tllsnaswl iwtmllflnn.
i purl flos the blood and pute every
K" " ui" iiiiiiv ui periwH) naaitn. ii
IS Nature's trroatfc olil in all thnaa
Ainntlnna n.AIU. U !. . Ti.
luiivMiiuo cuiiiint bu kite mm. At auie '
specifically on all womb and ovarian troubles.
G. F. P. IS A TONIC
It affords me great pleasure to writs a
few words in praise of jour splendid fe-
male ton c. O. F. P. I was run down
It affords me great
and debilitated generally
IS- cautftl br
tic and although
lies t rerelveo no
1 irteti nuierent remedn
bcnetlt from them. For two in
for I commenced nln vom
ir two months oe-
coinmenced using your . F P.
siiffi red intensely an
sky I be
It is no exaggeration to I
V it Still
i ciwier i
now after : tiilns one bottle. I want to
say to suffering wmnen br all means
use u. t. r tor your trouble
i v 'M T ipn
CY CtlLLIKU I
M I nam Ga. I
Prepared ont by L OERSTLE & CO.
Druggist at ft a bottlt or six bottles for
KEEP YOUR MONEY AT HOME.
AN APPFAL TO THE PEOPLE.
It Is the ambition of the citliens ot
Guthrie to have this city the metro-
polis of the territory. To do this
every cttisen has a duty to perform
by encouraging all branches ot man-
ufacturing (a city without factories
Is dead) it docs not matter how small
a factory is It ought to be encourag-
ed by every spirited citlson and you
can do this by pathonislng home In-
dustry am have tne pleasure ot see-
ing a small factory animated by UK
community compelled to send to
other states for more men.
Mr. I. Segal has opened the New
York Cigar factory employing first
class union men manufacturing a
nne grade o' clears guaranteed to
stand the criticism of the public. Has
had thirty years experience in manu-
facturing cigars in the city of New
York nnd comes to Guthrie highly
recommended making the following
well knowu brands:
Tlio 10 cent clgari: uov.o-noi
Dames and Rob"cca.
The 6 cent brands: Gun Club Capi-
tol Sweet Rose and Little Governor.
A few questions to be eonsldorod:
1. Do the manufacturers In othor
states pay our taxes to build our pub-
lie Institutions nnd lnoronse tho valu-
ation of proporty?
2. Are tho citizens of Oklahoma
justified in oncouraglng Enstoru sweat
shop made cigars or any othor line ot
goods which could Le manufactured
3. By demanding homo production
will stlmulnto tho manufacturers of
othor states to come here nnd start
branch fnctorlos knowing tho citizens
will demand thulr goods.
4. This territory must he tho groat
manufacturing district of the South-
west nnd It depends on the cltlzons for
help by asking for home production.
Proprietor of New York Cigar Fac-
tory Guthrie Okla.
a week an
curvn mn entirely. 1 am now In
health than for five years ast.
MISS NANCY BOYD.
iry.r MM K HI fullr m4 if Hf fr h.
la mII4.m tf tr M.I.. I THC LtblKT RKtLTII
is wn-M mm.. I TH HUIDC HK.LTII
tira. u .r.u. c.. c..n....fc t .i
j " ttun i.h i.Ui h.irw.
Sold by all
WHEN YOU BUY YOUR CIGAR
BE SURE YOU ASK FOR HOME
"Our little girl was unconscious
from strangulation during a sudden
nnd terrible attack of croup. I quick-
ly secured a bottle of One Minute
Cough Cure giving her three doses.
The tioup was mastered aud our lib-
tie darling speedily roco?ered." So
writes A. L. Spauiird Chester Mich.
Sold by J. N. Wallace.
To et something fen- no'nlng Is
rather a nard proposition out wo of.
fer you the Live Chick Inspector the
subscription prlco of wh.ch is ?1.00
per year (and wcrth every cent of it);
and the Weekly I-eftutn suoscrlptlon
price 50 cent per yeasr (and cheap nt
that); both papers -r.e yea- for only
$1.00. This is certainly full value for
the money buL In atlillton each nviu-
contain beginning nt nn early date
absolutely without extra cost to you
ir the only stock papor published on
j tr-n rnngo nnd that It captured a grand
prize at tho Paris exposition. Sample
copies sent on roquost.
Remober the Llvo Stock Inspector
oxcellent sorlal and short atorlos ot
oquul lntorost with tliopo published in
the popular mngazinoB. This supple'
mont will nlono afford you a dollars
worth of entertaining reading.
DoWIU'b Little Knrly Rigors search
the remotest parts of tho bowolB nnd
removo tho Impurlttos spoodlly with
no discomfort. They are famous for
their efficacy. Basy to take nover
Sold by J. N Wallace.
Probably every aunt Ophelia cp-Vt
understand why she wbb not cast for
the part of Little Eva.
The least In quantity and most In
quality describes' DeWitt's Little Early
nieirs the famous pills for constipa-
tion and liver complaints.
Sold by J. N. Wallace.
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