The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 11, Ed. 1, Friday, June 14, 1901 Page: 4 of 8
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THE LEADER QUTHRlg OKLAHOMA.
FRIDAY JUNE 14 1901.
SjUH.rtil la the pottomce at Guthrie. OU-
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FRIDAY JUNE 14. 1901.
John Goloble's brief lands good find
liaxrt on the supreme court and he has
greatly increased his batting averag
Anil now It Is reported that the nM
HolOler Captain Ueamer. is to be dis
placed and that the deaf and dumb
Institution la to pans Into the control
of the syndicate. O Harmony thy
name is "Graft!"
If Joslah FynT who Is contributing j Men seldom fall so deeply 111 lov
a series of articles to Eastern maga- that they can't climb out liy the lad-
zlnes entitled "The World Of Graft" dcr of reason.
will come to Oklahoma he will find
plenty of material that ought to put Pride and folly cost soma peoplo
the ordinary Eastern grnftor to blush more thnn their actual necessities.
Jim Gundy who 1ms hitherto held
tho undisputed championship as the
holder of many offices at one time Is
reported to be greatly purturbed over
the attempted rivalry or capt. tlegler
nnd Is seriously contemplating an In-
The new management of the Insane
asylum confidently expect 500 inmates
When the new country Is opened to
settlement which will mean an in-
come of 100.000 n year from the ter
ritory. This will nfford n hnndsomo
profit unless the inonoy 1ms to bo cut
MP among too many bonaftcinrleB.
Tho auh of .prosperity Is Dhlnlng
good mid strong upon Elmor E.
Brown of Oklahoma City. Simul-
taneously with tho public announce-
ment of his appointment as oil In-
Hpnctor comes tho stntemont that hU
newspaper tho Timed-Journal will
put In tho Associated Press dlspatchos.
Miss Alary Poarsnlls whose action
against an elderly suitor for $35000
for breach of promise a thousand
dollars n year for every year he
courted her was noted !n yesterday's
Leader. mtnt Ik regaidt-d as enter-
taining an cxtiemely I'fgh opinion of
Miss PearsaliB undoubtedly is de-
serving of some slight compensation
for the waste of time but to estimate
the damage at $lot0 a year savors
too much of bookkeeping and business
methods. Cupid knows naught of
double entry and to Itemize the Injury
to one's affections nuses us to view
tho daU "with son.' suspicion.
Of lute there have been many of
these suits for breach of promise and
In almost every case it has baon
Shown that the courtship extended
through at least twenty ysars. Al-
though Juries hnve been kind the
public hardly will egard with much
sympathy the petitions or these aged
spinsters who havs been true to one
Weul fur twenty years. The woman
who tan not ascertain at the end Ot
flw y'lirs whether lier procrastinat-
ing sweetheart Is In earnest or not
dMerves to be jilted at the end of the
score of years. Their are many
methods at her command by which
she can bring to an i-nd a courtship
whi'h has been pmlmiKed unduly. A
tentathe flirtation with some cheerful
and careless village! frequently 1h
offh hi lous. Flaunting the tardy wooer
and accusing him of uwartUce in u
lllppaut and frivolous manner often
have driven him to matrimony. Wlrn
110 has hung on for ten years without
iwy evldeute of serious Intention It
certainly Is time to drive a stake
thorough the heart of his hopes and
leave him pinned to the cross roads
A courtship of this length certainly
Hlmulu be the limit and the woman
v)io iinrmlts one to ding on to greater
1 Wig th should be baued from redress
Vy the courts.
(From the Atchison Olobe j
Only one letter !
i hiimli i 1 nit :inti
'There is surh a tiling s gooseberry
K)loitke but voor cooks should be
mjoini I fiom uttcmptlng It.
Krtry one who doesn't like ton. Is
looking: for & chance to laugh nt you.
When BtrftWharrtaB yet down to sit i
bo.xee for a quarter too boarding
house prune takes its summer yaca-1
When a fanner prays fo- rajtt bis
Wife wonders If thp Lord knows what
ft chance he has to n.ake a concert
It always amuses us to Bee a good
mixer work among the people. It Is
as amusing as a good pointer dog
working among birds.
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Tills is the season of the year when
girls who never get up to get break-
fast at home go out of town to 'ntr
tend sunrise prayer meeting.
When a woman's girl leaves her
the woman says In her complaint
"Well you just should have soon tho
.cay she kept the refrigerator!"
(From Ui Chicago News.)
A man without a 'conscience lata
man ithout principle.
The high preiniuwm on honesty
proves that It Is the best policy.
A handle to a man's name doesn't
iiukc him any aaler to handle.
A hank failure naturally upsets tho
depositor who loses his balance.
When sickness results from care-
lessness tiHturo says "I told you so."
Some things go without saying but
the bore usually says without going.
The orange blossom is the maiden's
favorite flower for decorative "pur-
poses. A short surmon on tho vanity of
earthly possessions "ShroudB have
SUMMER TOURIST 5
RRATES TO COLORADO.
Summer tourist tickets to Denver
Colorado Springs and Pueblo will-bo
on salo Juno 1st nnd will be sold dally
up to nnd including September 15th.
Final return limit October 31s.
Stop ovors allowed on going trip after
reaching first Colorado common point;
roturn trip continuous passage after
dato of oxacution by joint agent.
A. J. Corkins Agent.
BENEVOLENT AND PROTEC-
TIVE ORDER OF ELKS.
Annual Meeting Grand Lodge Mil-
waukee Wis. July 23-26 1901.
For the above occasion wo sell
tickets to Milwaukee and return at
rate of one low tt first class fare plus
$2.00. Tickets on sale July 19th to
21st limited to return Jujy 27th ex-
ept by doposltlng with Joint agent
not later thnn July 27th and paying
fee of 60 cents tickets will be extend-
ed to loavo Milwaukee up to and In-
cluding August 10th 1001.
"The Doctors told mo my cough
wna lneuraule. One Minute Cough
Cure made me n well man." Norrls
Silver North Stratford N. IT. Be-
cause you'vo not found relief from a
stubborn cough don't desfnlr. One
Minute Cough Cure has cured thous-
ands and It will cure you. Safo and
ure. J. N. Wallace.
There is something to
See Eat & Drink
rile uauttful Ozark mountain
fnred Harvey callni. huu.c-a and cafe fare
Kurcka Springs au-r lt
The famous ticaUu retort.
Through cars without cUangeou allKrisco
WICHITA OKLAHOMA. AND
Pull mini Palace Sleepers
Reclining Ohaif Oars
Parlor Day Coaches
Trains leave Wichita 1:30 and WAl p. in. Olc-
laliomaCttr 10;1&. in. AtIv at tit Louis
following wornine at rut And craning at s.
leaving i la
Ivlag St Loam p in arrlc victi
n. in. Oklahoma ft. as ii. tu. nv.iin
; hi. floats 8 a. m arrives Wichita
Santa Ve trains mlt cltxc connections at '
Wichita and Oklahoma (or ?li FrUco points
v i luui iMiuiMiauuu xi-is. tiiu miH limOi
u cr iuti vie. niu uc cueuriuuv eirvn
anylbiseo reprwentatlve. 6Mheur!aV
".".Tfcns" " n&WsM&Ar
utnirau Ar HwiauiN
U.F. UUNN Plst !. Agt.WtcUita Kl.
Grand Old Mea
Some men seem to
defy old age They
walk erect Their
eyes are bright Their
laugh in hearty They
are men of to day
not men of yesterday
They are also men
who have kept
themselves in good
physical condition in
the past. At we grow
older waste matter
i accumulates in the
system. The body
cannot throw it off without assistance So
little by little the machinery of the body U
cloraed vitality is lowered and enjoyment
of life ceaies. Dr Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery cannot make old men young
but it does make them strong and healthy
liy removing the waste accumulations by
increasing the blood suonlv. bv strength
ening the stomach and organs of diges-
tion and nutrition and thus increasing the
assimilative and nutritive powers "Golden
I Medical Discovery" makes grand old men
I "1 suffered for six yetrs with constipation nt
indlnstion. tlurinir which lime I nnnlnvnt
era! physicians but they could not reach my
ce writes Mr. O I'opplewell of Hurtka
Sprinis Carroll Co. Ark "I felt that there was
no help for me could not retain food on my
stomach; hid vertigo and would fall helpless to
the floor. I commenced Uklnx Dr i'ierCc's
Ooldcn Medical Dlneovcry and Ititle ' Pellets.' I
aru now In Rood health for one of in age 6o
years. 1 owe it all to Or. Werce's medicines."
Dr. Pierce's Pellets greatly bencGt Old
men by keeping the bowels in activity'
JOLLY CHILDRENS' PARTY.
Mrs. L. N. Beadles Entertains In
Honor of Her Little Son' and'
One of the moat enjoyable events
for the Uttle folks wan the chlldreus'
party given yesterday afternoon by
Mrs. L. N. Beadles at her pleasant
home on East I-ogan avenue. There
were nearly one hundred little guests
both girls nnd boys of all sizes from
five years totweive. The bunch was
entirely an Oklahoma crop fnr more
valuable than the wheat crop which
for child boauty could not bo oxcelled.
Master Walter nnd his little sister
Miss Joanotte did tho honors of re-
ceiving (mite gracefully showing thera-
suIvqb to be social diplomats In tak-
ing caro of so Jargo a orowd of guests.
Tho afternoon was Epont In playing
chlldrons' gamos. A mandolin club
wns provided which furnished music.
Cako walking by somo of the llttlo
tots was n pretty diversion and scor-
ed much applause. Mastor Noal
Whltbeck rendered several vocal
solos. He Is quite popular with the
ttle folks and sings well. The pnrty
rmlnated with a spread bf season
able delicacies Including let cream
cake lemonade and candy.
Mrs. Beadles was assisteJ by Misses
Dorothy Seton. Jllockle Jamison. Ited-
wig Draun nndfaye Qrissell.
The names ofcthe little folks whd at
tended this delightful function are as
Itonald nnd Jonyplilne Ramsay.
Kuth and Dorothy Sexaur.
(leorge Dud and Cltarlle 8mlth.
Mary and George Guss.
lienors and PVancis BHflte.
Zan and Blanche- TldoalL
Louis and Hclcr Bronsou.
Willie and Berth frosslsnd.
W. D. Bowden.
Bertha ahd Hlanchf Beland
Kllsabeth Camp of Fort Worth Tex.
Kdwln and Harold Welch. "
Halph and Roy Wilbur.
Ituth and William McLauglin Jack-
William and Helen Allcott Jackson-
Kutl Oreenleaf JacKtonvllle 111.
Marguerite Grant Oklahoma City.
Allc and Willie Craig.
Hal and Maguevlie Miller.
Mary and Clyde msenschtrltdt.
Kenneth and Tom Morris.
Oeorg and May Doty.
Alice and Willie Spencer.
Arthur. Fid and Klsle Decker.
Mi Kay Kneialey.
Hugh Jenle and Hay Jenkins.
lAHt uiul Cull stoue.
U'Kiia Mi Mhhi.m .
Null Whl.tii k
I '.i ul .Mid i(uih ltuntr.
Heoiae ii n. i r. Hi. nitshauptr
Hasfi and Runsome Hamill.
Q For the Next 10
Paints Oils and Drugs
Ceoll and Pay Clrtsacil.
Klllott. May and Pearl Tinker. '
Robrt. Henry and Davis Wanner.
Letha Nenl and Julia Hnrdo.
Hubert and Oeorge Milne.'
Blanohe Furrow v
Lillian John and Willis Cooper.
Dorothy St -
Keith My "id Don O&nvers.
Charlie and Alarguerlte Dove.
$15.00 for round trip from Topeka.
Tickets good to August 81. On sale
at Snntn Fa depot July C to 13 In-
clusive. Stop-ovors going and return-
ing. Diverse route going via Trini-
dad Lns Yogas Santa Fo Williams
(Grand Canyon) Los Angolas: re
turning via Qgdon Salt Lako Glon-
wood Springs Londvlllo Donvor Colo-
rado Springs JUanltou Pueblo. Itiner
aries nnd Htoraturo frco. Apply to
agent Santa Fo depot.
Foley's Honey and Tar
cures colas prevents pneumonia.
1 jSI The I
There will bs a hot time in Guthrie this Fourth of July.
Why? Because the Racket rrian has knocked high
If you Believe that 'iMoney Saved is Money Earned"
you will buy at the.
We will forfeit One Hundred Dollars in cash if our line of
FIRE WORKS AND FIRE CRACKERS
is not equal to the lines handled by other dealers.- Our Prices
are. Lower than the Lowest.
We thank the people of Logan County for their great patron
The New York Racket will Carry a TEN THOU-
SAND DOLLAR STOCK for the fall trade
THE NEW YORK
. " .
Days we will Make a
the Stock Call and
Opposite P. O. A)6 We
National Educational Association De-
troit Mich. July 8-12 1901.
For tho nbovo oocasslon wo sell
tlokots to detroit nnd return for ono
lowest rst class fare pltiB $2.00; tick-
ets on salo July 6th nnd 0th limited
to roturn July lBth except by deposit-
ing tickets with Joint agont on or be-
fore July 12th and paying n fco of GO
cants limit will bo oxtomb" up to nnd
Including Sopt. 1st 190).
A. J. Cor'Mns Agent.
St. Joseph Academy Exercises at the
Brooks' Opera House Friday
St. Joseph's academy will present
Its third annual commencement and
class on next Friday avi.' g June
14th nt the Brooks' opflrn 'uuso at
Tho programme of the ovonlug will
ho an oporettn nnd rccitntlvo entitled
"Comedy of Errors." Tho cast of tho
play Is furnished ontlroly by the
young ladles of tho class. Thodrn-
rntitls personae is as follows:
BAN NER SA LVE
tho most honllnq salve In tho world.
SAVES YOU MONEY
Big: Reduction in
see what We are
LEADER CLASSIFIED WANTS
(Locals In tills column are charged
for at tho rato ot 5 cents per line six
words for first Insertion and 3 cents
for oach Insertion thereafter.)
FOR SALE Cholco lot fo fino Bel-
gian Hares; prlcoa to suit tbo buy-
ers. 710 East Harrison avenue. Guth-
WANTED. Mon to Wrn harbor trade.
$80 monthly paid graduate- just
completed r'-ingomentB to place our
barbers on palace trains other posi-
tions also eight weeks completes tools
presented. Write today. Mv-Ier Col-
lege St. Louis Mo.
FOR SALE Thoroughbrod young
Jersey cow; lust frosh. A. A.
Moacham -103 East Harrison.
FOR RENT 2 furnlBhed rooms. Call
at 417 East Warner.
I do not oxpoct noiihor do I solicit
all of tho trndo of tho town but when
you go to a saloon and want some-
thing good call for Gettclman'B Best
and accept no substitute then you
get tho best. Same Old Moses dis-
tributor for Oklahoma.
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