The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 4, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 6, 1901 Page: 3 of 8
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THE LEADER QUTHRIE OKLAHOMA THURSDAY JUNE 6 180f
Regents for A. & M. College
Accept Foucart's Plans
for the Annex
The board of regents of the A. and
M. college held Ita annual meeting
yesterday In the office of the presi
dent at Stillwater and closed up the
year's business and
for the ensuing term.
All members of the board were
present. After a brief consultation It
watt de. Jded to employ the same
faculty for the next year at the same
salaries. President A. C. Scott and
Director John Fields retaining their
respective offices. The board alto
made the necessary appropriations for
the current year.
Plana of Jos. Foucart. of this city
were accepted for the annex to the
library building. This building will
be in reality a part of the library
building. It Is to be two stories high
In front and of the same material and
style of architecture. The first floor
will be assigned to the department of
domestic science. The upper story
will be allotted to the two depart-
ments of botany and entomology.
The rear will be one 2S foot story
stage and raiead floor and will be tue
auditorium proper and will have a
seating capacity of 1000.
The entire annex complete contain-
ing steam heating apparatus will cost
The board also accepted plant for;
a front of the present shops and will j
be occupied by the various .depart-
ments of civil electrical and median!-.
cal engineering. It will be of two
stories and a basement and 1b to be
built of brick and stone and will cost
when completed including steam heat-
ing plant $13000.
A new boiler house was also provid-
ed for to be built of stone and n new
boiler will be addod to tho battery
already ln position making threo
large boilers which will give sufficient
power for tho various boating plants
and machine shops. A new brick
stack will bo built. It will bo 86 foot
hihg and will cost $1800. Tho ontlro
cost of boiler house completo will be
Plans for a flno barn and laboratory
for tho collogo farm wore also approv-
ed. This building will bo a modol col-
lage barn and will contain a labora-
tory for the agricultural departmont
a large office room stock Judging
Arena a complete stock hospital and
stalls for the blooded live stock of
the college f.xrm and will cost when
The balance of the appropriation
will be expended as needed In build
ing fences sidewalks and ropalrs for
the buildings already erected and fori
the completion of the repairs for the
basement of the library building
which is being fitted up for n gym-
nasium and an armory; also for gen-
The board will advertise for bids
for the construction of the various
buildings and will probnbly lot the
contracts about tho first of July. Tho
meeting was attondod by Qovornor
BASHFUL AS A BRIDEGROOM
Justice Brewer Badly Flustered Over
His Coming Marriage.
Bcripps-McRno Press Ass'n.
Washington June C Tho friends
of Justice Brewer of tho Supreme
Bench are having considerable amuse-
ment at his expeiiBO and claim that
while be is learned in the law and
unusually seilnto and calm he is
flustered over his approaching mar-
riage to Miss Emma M. Mott.
While the bride to bo Is at Burling-
ton Vt. where the coromony will take
place early next weok the local news-
papers today contained In the list
of those licensed to mnrry the nniuw
of David J. Brewer and Emma M. Mi'
This pormlsslon Is of no valuo unlesb
the ceremony takes place within the
District of Columbia. It was obtained
by Justlco Browor'a secretary yester-
day. It has boen suggOBted by some of
Justlco Browor's friends that ho has
been so Immorsod In tho deop points
of the law Involved In tho Porto Ill-
can cases that ho Is bewildered as to
the laws relating to marriage licensee.
It's a Baby Girl.
Jim Cooper tho East Oklahoma
avenue meat market man was off on
a holiday yostorday. It wa all on
account of a flno baby girl coming
to bless hla home. Ho la progressing
nlcoly. Mrs. Copper and tho buby are
The people who live In low swampy
countries iwra to take It for granted Compiled by Territorial Auditor Bax-
that llnlarla Fever ami A Ague are I torInteresting Figures.
nHMrr Aevlls They apparently
do Hot realize thai those diseases are ! L. w Baxter territorial auHto".
lowly but surely Hpplng their gen- today completed the compilation of
eral vitality. These Intermittent fev- mmr iltlonal school land autistic:
era lualarla. f- er and ague swamp ' Arro dng to Auditor Baxters figures
fever jungle fever etc. are tho moat ; thorc arP 3.473 quarter aertlons of
persistent enemies of the human rare an wl ll( h RM
... .. .R- . ! uiry .1.1 .-mil..
they would be fo-mht as
These diseases rae the
weakness of poisoned.
blood. au1 It was long ago demon-1
at rated that Dr. Matter's Iron Tonic
was an absolute specific ; a sure cure.
j" h"B Pfn -nquTin and preventing
began on th.fi ""' e"8'" "r ne"ry n"1 R c""-
out the poisons.
It has been thoroughly demonstrat
ed that the Insects which Infest new !
conntrlea and law nramtiv localities
are veil Idea for carrying ilNeaae
germs. If your blood Is pure an1
healthy you need have little fciu of
these. But If your blood Is bad It i
not In condition to resist the poUon
ous stings and as a result th" germ
of disease obtain a footing.
Protect yourself by usln Dr
Harter'a Iron Tonic. It will not only
drive out but keep out malaria and
; other fevers of like kind. It has
none 11 in so many tmvsancis or cases
that you can not doubt.
Made only by The Dr. Harter Med!-
Dayton Ohio. Sold every-
Caroline The bones In your neck
are too prominent and you want those
depressions under your throat filled fact at tho present time there la a
up with curves of flesh. Well then ' determined opinion among the of-
you must find a skin food which will fleials that the school lands should be
bring fatty substances Into your neck 1 retained for a number of years at
an J round it down to your shoulders '
no that you can wear you.- dresses de-!
colette. Olive cocoanut. cotton seed j
ain0nd. and even cod liver oils have !
their advocates. The last is sa'd to be j
so efficacious that its results atone I
for its disagreeable effluvium. When
applying It yourself pour a little Into
the hollow of the palm and rub with a
vigorous rotary motion. Then prac-
tice deep breathing anil callsthenlc
exercises that involve the muscles of
the neck. And do not wear your col-
lars and toles so painfully tight as to
Interfere with Uie circulation of the
Lucy When it comes to curling
hair that Is by nature "as straight as
a string" you will have 10 depend up-
on somo form of bandollno. One of
the simplest of these Is mado of three-
fourths ounce tragacanth one pint
rosewnter and one-half drachm oil
of nimon(i8. Crush the tragacanth
and put it In the rose water let It
stand In a warm place stirring oc-
casionally till the gum is swollen and
softened; strain It twice through a
coarse cloth an dtlien a fine one and
finish by adding the almond oil.
Mrs. J. An astringent lotion that
comict the oMaM(t of yom face
and contract those enlarged pores Is
mado of six ounces rose water two of I
elder flower water one-half ounce
simple tincture of benzoin and ten
grains tannic acid.
Inquirer. Yea. the Lady Beau-
champ who appeared ln the Ungllsh
courts ln a sensational suit the other
day and tho author of the ossny:
Platonic Friendship" published In
the Atlantlo In 1809 are one and tho
"Woe bits of jwarts" on tho nook
may bo removed by repeated applica-
tions of strong salt water and wet salt.
Quick Relief For Asthma.
Miss Maude Dlckonn Parsons. Kas.
writes: "I suffered eight years wlvh
asthma ln its worst form. I had
several attacks during the last year
and was not expected to live through
them. I began using Foley's Honey
and Tar and 't has never failed to give
immediate relief." J. N. Wallace.
poor People Can Swing.
'T'he fine steel canopied top swings
v Men aro seen around the city are
f.om the oetubllshment of M. Collar
now located at 103 Harrison avenue
two doors oast of The Leader office.
A now and up-to-date stock of furnl-
turo buggies pianos and queensware
will bo placed In this room at onoo.
The public Is Invited to call and In-
spect tho goods. A completo lino of
oarpets mattings and rugs will aUo
bo carried. Prlcos roasonablo. Don't
forgot tho place M. Collar 103 Har
A. O. Blanchard West Bangor N. V.
says: "I have been? troubled with kid-
ney dleaso for tho last five years.
Havo doctored wlffi several physicians
and I got ndrellef until I used two
bottles ofFoloy'a Kidney Cure".
MORE SCHOOL STATISTICS.
... tvw f . . hftia.
x mi:: riit.it - t "(t'otis .-mailing 1-
STci.tXo hmm bilnstf. in S.'2:..000 which
Is devoted to th raalutalnance of the '
. .w . . . . i
humwii u ioi common pcnoi oiunci;
lftrit' quarter sections of land making I
312 win iiringi in an annual revenue of
$40 in uhMi Is used In keeping up
the hlghc-i institutions of learning;
l.lH qiMitei xections of this school
m"kn" :" 2) rre rln ln 86--
0ft" I"r alnni anrl thl" ' no M
;ne puenc minding runn.
Theie a e about 115.000 children In
the teirltory of school age an dthls
number l constantly increasing ow-
ing to the iailil growth of the popu-
lation ff the territory.
In the Kiowa Comanche country
there are 2252 quarter sections of
s hool land makfmr a total of 360320
acres which will yield a revenue for
the school fund. Just how this an-
nuai income win oe uivicieci win not oe
determined until the new country
comes In and Is officially oragnlted.
There will be a question perhaps
when the country Is opened up for set-
tlement what to do with the school
lands to sell them or retain them.
The experiences of Kansas in this re-
spect should be a warning to the Ok-
people and as a matter of
least and at that time the lands will
hare Increased In value ln pace with
the other lands of the teiHtory.
NEW MINING TOWN.
Town of Wlldman Is Rapidly Coming
H. C. Belford of Granite la ln the
city interviewing Governor Jenkins.
He says the new towa of Wlldman
Is a hummer and promisee to be a
great mining' point.
The town lias lieen platted a post-
office has been established town lots
have been laid off and are ready for
sale. The new town la in the heart of
the great mineral 'elt of the Wichita
mountains and Is on a minoral claim
laid off and platted by miners and
prospectors. Alreadv several build-
ings are under construction and a
newspaper plant will soon be on the
ground. Miners are coming In every
Conaiderable surprise ws created
when the postmaster general estab-
lished the postolflce In the new count-
ry but the petition was signed by sev-
eral hundred miners in that district
and owing to the conatruction placed
upon the act of congress of June 6.
1900 by the courts the postmaater
general and the secretary of the in-
It seems have given up the
fight and conceded the mlae.-s the
right to enter the new country and
take mining claims.
Allen Halverson of West Prairie
Wis. says: "people come ten miles
to buy Foley's Kidney Cure" while J.
A. Spero of Uelmer Ind. says: "It
is the medical wonder of the age."
LAWYERS GET TOGETHER.
Oklahoma City Juno C The law-
yers of this citr are to form a bar as-
sociation. John W. Shartel la at the
head of the movement. The attorneys
are much interested ln an association
of this kind-. Committees were ap-
pointed on membership and organisa-
tion an dtliey will report at the next
meeting which will be held on June
16. Ninteen members Is the result
of the first night's work.
Yes August Flower still has the
largest sale of any medicine In the
civilized world. Your mothers' and
grandmothers' never thought of using
anything else for indigestion or Bili-
ousness. Doctors were scarce and
they seldom henrd of Appendicitis
Norvous Prostration or Heart failure
etc. They uod August Flowor to
clean out the syatora and stop for-
mentation ot undigested food regu-
late the action bf the liver sumulato
the nervous and organic action of the
system and that Is all thoy took whon
feollng dull and bau with headaches
and other achos. You only need a
few dosoa of Green's August Flowor
In liquid form to make you satisfied
there 1b nothing serious tho matter
with you. Got Greon's Prize Almanac.
Foley's honey and Tar
cures colds prevents pneumonia.
Every Sufferer From Gafai Si Knows That Salves
Lotions Washes Sprays and OoiiGi.es
rowjors lotions sslrM eprajrt sad Inbalcra c&nnr:
really cure Catarrh beoaune this dlwe U a blood disease
ana local wllcUotu If they aecomplltli anything at all
simply give transient relief.
The catarrhal polwn Is In td blood and the sntieous
membrane o! the now throat and traehea tries to where
the sytom by sccrctlrg larte quantities of mucous the dis-
charge sometime ckwlui; up the nostrils dropjiInK Into toe
throat causing deafness by closing the Kustaolilan tubes
and after a time causing catarrh ot stomach or serious
throat and lung troubles.
A remedy to really cure catarrh tnutt he an Internal
remedy which will oleauae the blood from oatarrlial tolon
and rcmoTe the (uvsr and eongestlou from tho mucous
The best and most modern remedies for this purpose aro
antiseptics scientifically known as Kucalyptol Guaiacol
SaKgulnarla and Hydraitln ami while each ot these bavo
been successfully ued rprMely yet It lias liecn difficult
to Ret th'-m all comblnod la one palatable convenient and
Tho numifacturcn of tho new catarrh cure Htnnrt's
Catarrh Tablets havo succeeded admirably ln accomplishing
th!-. rosult. Thay are larce pleasant tasting Ioicn;ci to t
DUVAL ON FUSION.
(Claude Duval in Kansas City Times.)
In expressing my views on what
position the fusion forces should take
to defeat the un-American policies of
lattter day Republicanism I say ono
active political organization with a
platform standing for financial com-
mercial and industrial liberties of the
masses Is absolutely necessary for suc-
cess at the ballot box In 1902. All
patrotic American students of our
country's history revere and honor the
memory cf both Jefferson and Lincoln
the former as the founder ot the
great fundamental principles upon
which our free institutions are based
and the latter for his great public ser
vice In upholding defending and per-
petuating these principles at a time
when the aristocracy of our republic
by appealing to the prejudice of the
massoa sought to overthrow the bless-
ings of free government at tho coat ot
human liberty and the destruction ot
the union ot states. Through strife
and contention over sentimental quofl-
tlons arising from tho civil wnr bo-
tween tho people ot tho north and the
south and kept alive by designing pol-
iticians from both sections ot our
mmmnn emintrv Mia Tifttrnlttc mnuAfi
who had the power of the ballot
have through the channel ot party dl-'
vision and partisan politics permitted
the enactment and enforcement of law
to bee ontrolled by comparitivaly
speaking a few mercenary promoters
who selfishly believe 1 na policy of
government that concentrates all sur-
plus wealth (the legitimate fruit and
property ot labor) into the hands of
these promoters an dthelr clients until
today we find as a result that monop
olies combinations and trusts con-
trollng and manipulating the markets
on all products ofl abor corning from
out frr.".B mills mines and factories
reap unto themselves about 80 par
cent of the net profit of all wealth pro-
duced in our country after deducting
living expenses of the producer. To
correct these evils the peoplo at the
ballot box must give themselves the
right and th power to pass Judgment
when tioy so desire upon the legisla-
tive acts ot their public servants be-
fore measures enacted by our legis-
lature can become effective statutory
law. I believe that the Democratic
party at its state convention should
declare honestly and fearlessly abovo
everything else In favor of 'direct leg-
islation and fight the battle on this
great issue which conforming as It
doos to the spirit of the Declaration ot
Indopondonce places tho policy of our
state government into the hnnds of
the people. With a law ot this .'find
the bnllot box by majority ballot of
legal voters would become the final
tribunal to not only repeal unwise
laws hut also to prevent class legisla-
tion from becoming law. I malntatn
that Kansas voters who believe in
this reform measure should make their
fight next year regardless ot their
party preference under the banner of
Democracy. I take this position not
because I am a Democrat but because
I honestly believe with the aid of the
Democratic national committee auc-
cess can best be attained through the
Democratic parly. ' We stand loyal to
all the lmportnat declarations contain-
ed in the Populist platform. The anti-
fusion law passed by a Republican leg-
islature makes It tmperitlre for the
fusion forces to unite under one ban.
ner to organize and make ready for
action against a well orgnnlzed train-
ed and disciplined political force that
has behind it the power of concentrat-
ed wealth. In my opinion the Demo-
cratic party Is the political DnvM 10
meet the arrogant Goliath and piu to
flight the nemy. All voter? Populists
and Republicans as well as Democ-
rats who oppose Republican methods
should have equal voice In Democratic
conventions ln advising and shaping
the policy ot the pa.ty In the next
SHARTEL FAVORS CHOCTAW.
Oklahoma City Attorney Anxious to
See New Road Built.
J. W. Shartel ot Oklahoma City lu
in the city today attending supreme-
court. He sayn he is quite desirous
of seeing the Choctaw road come to
Guthrie He xpr'nited himself this
morning to a frienJ that he was will
Ing at any time to do anything In bis
power to aid su-n an enterprise and
felt confident that the road would
Ira D. Rec.-kard Duncombe la.
writes: "My little boy sealded his leg
from the knee to the- ankle. I used
Banner Salve immediately and ln three
week's time It was almost entirely
healed. I want to roeommend It to ev-
ery family and advise Uiem to keep
Banner Salve on band as It is a sure
remedy for scalds or an sores"
J. N. Wallace.
dissolved In the mouth thus react-uig eveiy part of tho
mucous membrane of the throat and finally the sto.noch.
Uullko many catarrh remedies Stuart's Catarrh Tablets
contain do cocaine opiate or any Injurious ilnin whatever
and are equally bcnefloUl for llllle child reu and adults.
II r. 0. It. Itembrandt of llochestcr N. Y.. says: 'I know
of few people who have suffered as much as I from Catarrh
ot tho head throat and stomach. I uvsl sprays. Inhalers
and powders for months at a ttmo with only sllfcht rullef.
and had no hope of cure. I had net the means to make a
change ot climate which seemed my only chance of euro.
Last spring I read an account ot some remarkable cures
made by Stuart's Catarrh Tablets and promptly bought a
to-eent box from my druggtit and obtained such ponltlro
benefit from that ono packago that I continued to use them
dally until I now consider myself entirely f rco front the dis-
gusting nnnoyanco of catarrh; my head Is clear my dlnev
lion all I could ask and my hearing which had bt'gua to fall
as n result ot the catarrh has greatly Improved until t fvl
I can hear as well as oror. They aro a household ncc. Mlty
In my family.
Htuart's Catarrh Tablets arc sold by druggists at w cents
for complete treatment and for convenience safety ami
pronint results they aro undoubtedly tho long looked for
FROM THE RAM'S HORN.
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Dirt will only stick to dirt.
' 1 'j
It takes brass to get brass.
You can not trust the man who can
not trust God.
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Be sure you're right and then let
your wife go ahead.
ICvery bumble ' e thinks he knows
how to build the eagle's nest.
God does not count the cash put la
so much as that kept out of the collec-
tion. The reason we misunderstand peo-
ple is that we look at their negative
before the print Is made.
No telescope ever created a star.
Policy Is prudence prevailing over
No man lives for Christ till he has
died with Him.
A man is ln a bad way when his
future Is all behind him.
We need not mind what the world
thinks as long as we think right.
The word of the saint ought to be
better security than the bond of the
The divine can never be Inhuman.
Almost every profane word Is a
Terminology has often terminated
The sunlight of yesterday Is pre-
served ' the flowers of today.
The greater a man's assurance wltii
(od the less he will have with men.
There has been but one hand that
could save the world because there Is
but one heart that could embrace it.
Marriage make- a man either a
mil I1I0 or -lic .1 philosopher. This is
the reason wh all the ancient phll-
osophers were married.
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