The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 61, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 1, 1901 Page: 2 of 8
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY AUGUST 1 1901.
MAY nESULT IN
cnioys Says They Will Com to
Llnhf in the Inquiry.
Salt Lake U Auk 1. The Herald
fonmr-nw i.l tulntthe follow Ihk
f'nplaln riKiinus V. Hdil-' ilikHt
w.m i)l Ndiitii.il Winfleld S ! hl'. wlio
d ttirnl at I-'o.f Don. ' n In Hit'
lly jpfn.i(lii outlined emu' ion h
fhnt will t" brought up In th- couit of
inciui-y fl. to Ills futher'B onduct nt
the ba'tle 'f Hnu'-lago. He declared
that aon" f-f .n til ik facts will ht
brought to liKh' If the whole truth
w'.ia'l become Known and tha the
i nil tut Ian of pot -ions other than hi
father lire tiki ly to suffer.
'I have Jiixt r 'ten to rrty father."
pnld Csptiiin Sh!ey yealerdny. 'that
I thought he oulit to spare nobody and
fhat he now Id withhold none of the
facts in. possession about Admiral
Sampsop any hotly else."
Capiat.'.. Schley Ih an officer of the
Twenty-tblfd Infantry In eotnm-ind at
Fort Douglas Although he ha not
had a letter from hi fathei slnc-e the
court of 'nquiry was ordered lie I
fnmllla with the question At issue and
pointed on' some of the facte that will
bo urged In the admiral' defense.
"When the court of Inquiry meet."
Baid Captain Sehley. "I would like to
have the privilege of asking Admiral
Bampnon Just one question: 'If the hat
do of San'lngu had resulted In defeat
to whom would thp blame hnvo been
nttac-hed?' This I think tell the sit-
nation In a nutshell. If Admiral
Bchley had loat the battle ho would
havo been blamed. He won It and
lio should have the credit."
"The accusations that art mndo arc
ridiculous when they arc 'tiv'Mtlgiitrd.
Tako for Example the charge of dis-
obedience to orders in May 1808. An
atl'mpt has been made ot saddle the
wsnonslblllty on m father. The fact
is tint lw hns a letter from Admiral
ttampBon ailing him to do exactly
what he did. and this letter will be pro-
dired at the nqtilry. At that time he
Wis maintaining the blockade off Clnn-
fuegos. Sectotnry Long wired Ad-
miral Sampson strongly advising Hint
the blockading fleet go to Santiago
Jn the hope of finding the Spanish fleet
"Admiral Sampson sent the dls
patch to Adm'ral Schloy with a not"
Jn which ho Bald. 'After duly consld
crlng this lologram I havo decided to
xnako no cluuiga In tho present planB;
that !b. that you should hold your
squadron oft Clonfuogos.'
"Tibs letter watt BtlpproBsad."
Regarding tho maneuvers of tho
Brooklyn nt tho tlmo of the battlo
Captain Schley says tha facta all go
to show thttt was the host poss'lilo
move under the circumstance. The
part played by the Brooklyn In the
battle cer'nltily compares favorably
'With that of the New York he thinks.
"'If this inquiry Is full and fair."
dcclurcl Cnptaln Schley "some farts
Will lie dim losctl that will s'artle
the publVo. My father has several
strong eardH up his sleeve and I t-ust
lie will make use of them nil".
Captain S hley enlisted In the army
In 1N84 and was appointed a second
llcu'onant In the Twenty-third Infan-
try Heven y .lid later. He has served
with his reditu i tit nil tnrough It enm-
lans In the Philippines where he
earned his vaptoJncy. Since his re-
turn from the Philippines he has been
Btntlonecl u Fort Douglas.
All Excellent Coitibhuitioit.
The pleasant method ntul beneficial
effects of the well known remedy
Srni'i' or Vina manufactured by the
(amfoicnia Flo Hvuui' Co. llluatraui
the value of obtitltiing the licjuid laxa-
tive principle of plants Pnown to be
medu inally laxutive and presenting
them in the form iuot refreshing to tho
tato und nocontablo to the system. It
Is the one perfect strengthening laxa-
tive cleansing tho system olToctimlly
diupilling colds headaches and fevers
gently yet promptly unci enabling one
to overcome habitual constipation per-
manently. Its riorfect freedom from
every objectionable quality nnd nub-
stauco and its acting on tho kidneys
liver nutl liowuls without weakening
or irritating them tunica it the ideal
In the process of manufacturing fig
are used as they are pleasant to the
taste but the medicinal qualltiosof the
remedy uro obtained from senna and
other aromatic plants by a tnutlnx'
'mown to tho (Umpujwia Fjq Svitur
Co. only la order to got itsbonetlclal
iffe t Blind to avoid imitations plon&o
remember the full namo of the Company
printed on tho front of every package.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
BAH vnAMoiaco OAX.
IOU1SVIIXS. KT. tfJRW TTOIUr N Y.
A WORTHY SUCOES80R.
"Something New Under the Sun."
AU Doctor bate tried to cure CA-
TARRH by tha two of powders acid
Kane Inhaler and" drug In paste 'bleeding and headache? Pricking pain
form. Their powders dry up the mil- In the skin? Skin pale? Skin feel hot
cuoua membranes cnultm them to and swollen? All run down? Is your
crack open and bleed. The powerful blood bad? Have you Pimples? ICnip-
uclda ued In the Inhalers have entire- tlon? Scrofula? Kntlng Soros? Itch-
ly eaten away the snmo membrane
Uiat their mnVers have aimed to cure Cancer? 8caljr Eruptions?. Skin or
While pastes and ointments ran not ' Sralp Itch? Rlood Hair or Skin hu-
rea b the disease Au old and ex- mot's? Tired out with aches and pains
pailenceil practitioner who has lor in bones and joints? Have you heredlt-
many years made n. close study and nry or contracted Blood Poison? Ulcers
specialty of the treatment of CA- In throat or mouth? Swollen gland?
TAHltH has at bint perfected a Treat- Rheumatiam ? Ae tired in morning aa
nient which when faithfully uaed not when you went to bed? Have they re-
only relieves at once but pernu-ent- b I it ted medical treatment? If you hava
ly cures CATARRH by removing ..he I any of the above troubles B. D. D.
cause stopping the discharges and
curing all Inflammation. It Is the
onlv remedy known to science that
actually reaches the afflicted parts.
This wonderful remedy is known aa
"3NUI''FLBS tha GUARANTIED
CATARRH CUitn" and is sold at the
extremely low price of One Dollar
each package containing Internal and
external medicine sufficient for a full
month's treatment and everything
necessary to It perfect use.
"8XUFFLBS" is the only perfect
CATARRH CURE ever made and I 1
now recognized as the only safe and
positive cure for Uiat annoying and
disgusting disease. It cures all In-
flammation quickly nnd permanently
nnd is also wonderfully quick to re-
lieve HAY PHVRR or COLD in tho
CATARRH whon englected oftan
leads to CONSUMPTION "SNUF-
PLHS" will gavo you if you use It nt
ones. It Is no ordinary remedy but a
complete I'raatment which Is positive-
ly guamntOGcl to euro CATARRH In
any form or Btago If used according
to the directions which accompany
each package. Don't delay but send
for it at onco and write full particu-
lars ae to your condition nnd you will
recelvo special adrico from tho dis-
coverer of this wonderful romody ro
gardlng your case without coat to you
boyond tho regular prlco of "SNUF-
FLES" tho "QUARANTHED CA-
Sunt propald to any address In tho
United Status or Canada on rocolpt of
Ono Dollar. Addross Dopt. D. 44S
EDWIN B. GILES & COMPANY 2380
and 2332 Market Street Philadelphia.
Pubirc Library Notes.
A valuable addition has boon mndo
to tho nlroady largo list of books
In our public library. In tho Blx hand-
nome volumoa of HlHtory for Ready
Referenoo and Topical reading. Notes
are given by men of authority an his-
torical polnU and much Information
can be gained. They are in full sheep
The visitors at the library yester-
day were: Miss Emma Cooper Mr.
Barde and Mr. M. P. Trotler manager
or the State Capital.
The following have taken out mem-
bership cards: Mra. Fred SS. Ranle
Master Ralph AVldmer Miss Zella
Adams Carl Haner Lelah McPher
son and Miss lone Coyle.
Four Negroes Try to Rob a Saloon.
We are having omo ot tho most In-
tense heat Umt Oklahoma hns ever
experienced. II is so dry and dusty
that people almost suffocate.
Crops are nil burned up on account
ot the prevailing drouth. If It does
not rain soon the cotton even will be
an entire failure.
Violet ' bulldiiv; rapidly now. Sev-
eral new buildings are going up- A
new school building has just been
completed and we have an active
school therein. Violet will come to
the front at last.
Mr. A. J. Morrison's fundi)- will
return from Sulphur Springs. I. T.. in .
a day or two. Where they have been !
spending a few weeks at the great
The hay pressos are busy now in
the hay fluids. A great ileal of bay
has been sold here at a good price
People thinking that little or no crops
would be made. I
We do Binearely trust they nro nil-
On the night ot July 19th. four ne-i
groes attempted to rob the wiloon
ot Mr. Jesse West ot this place but
were repulsed by cltliens.
Resinno from Presidency. !
Rev. h. H. Holt resigned as presi-
dent ot tho Board of Regents of the
Iangston Unlvorulty at ttio roconv.paoplo will not be obliged to spend
Tho follow with an oxponslvo wife
reallres that a little earning Ib n dan
Trial Treatment Frs.
Is your blood poor? Is It thin? Not
ing burning Kxema? BoilsT Ulcere?
(Ilotanlc Wood Balm) should ba taken
at once. B. B. B. bonis every sore re-
storing to tho Skin the Bloom of per-
fect health nnd making naw rich
Large bottles at drug atorfe $1.
Trial treatment of B. B. B. free by ad-
dressing Blood Balm Company Atlan-
ta On. Describe your trouble and wa
will include free medical advice. B.
B. B. never fails to cure quickly and
permanently after ill fall. Thor-
oughly tested for. thirty years. Over
3000 voluntary testimonials of cttraa
by 1). B. B. Ragle Drug Store.
There is one god th'ng about the
situation remembering that so large
u number will be disappointed and
that Is that all who are waiting the
turn of tho wheel are presumably
prepnrbd to take a claim- The quali
fications for perfecting a t'.tle Include
tho possession of some money and
nmn fnetrt nnntnmtifit Mml avnn thruia
who havo risked nearly all on Ul8
hazard of this land lottery will still
have something to tide thorn over
for a tlmo and most of them will
be prepnred to enter claims for school
lands in the reservat'ons or toko up
remaining public claims in other
states. There will at least be un ftb-
scence of destitution even if there is
;r'evous discouragement over tho re-
sults of the drawings.
For Whooping Cough.
"Both my children were taken with
whooping cough" writes Mrs. O. B.
DuUon of Dnnvlllo ill. "A amall
bottlo of Foley's Honey and Tar curod
tho cough nnd saved mo n doctor's
bill." For sale by J. N. Wallace.
Celebration at Seward Okla.
For n colebrntlon of Emancipation
day on Augupt 4th by tho colored
peoplo we will run apodal trains
Guthrie to Soward on Sunday morn-
ing August 4th; leaving Guthrie
about S o'clock In the morning and re-
turning leaving Seward about 7 or
7:30 p. m. Round trip tickets good for
this day only will be sold at rate of
The colored poople will give a frea
watermelon feast and other refresh-
ments. Lot all of the colored popl ot
Guthrie and surrotnidlng country go
to Seward on this special train.
A. J. Corklns Agont
Rimer B. McGuire of Oklahoma ICty
of the "Bachelor" cigar drew 1301 In
the ISI Reno district and now declnres
that "13" is a lucky number. He has
always bet 13 and when he stops at
a hotel never fails to salt for room
13. He was born on the 13th day ot
the 13th onth ot Uio yii'jr according
to the Chinese calendar. He owns just
I1J00 worth of property and his bank
pass book Is numbered 13.
B. S. McGuire and wife and C. J.
Wrlghtsman and wife of Pawnee have
returned from their long pleasure trip.
They went to New York i'ia Galveston
and Havana Cuba. They visited the
buffalo exposition and returned home
by the lake route. They tell of a.
thoroughly enjoyable trip the weather
throughout being fine.
Mr. Daniel Bantx. Ottervllle la..
says: "Have had asthma and a very
bad cough for years but oottiu get no
relief from the doctors and medicines
l tried until I took Foley's Honey and
Tar. It gave immediate relief and
did me moro good than all the oUier
remedies combined. For sale uy J.
Guthrie's Crying Need.
j Dt charlee a leading citizen and
business mnu of Stroud was In Uie
cjty today to interview Dennis Flynn
with whom he is interested in several
-'What Guthrie wants." said
Charles "is a railroad running through
the southeastern territory so that our
throo days on the road whon they visit
The man who losoa bis temper loses
The Indian are greatly disturbed
over the big crowd of wlhtea that
are coming Into :he new country.
They thought that all the white peo
pla had come y when oilglnal Ok In
noma waa opened. Then when th
strip wns opened and a lot more limn-
the Imllnns were positive that n
more were left. Now the whites nn
coming in as thick and fust to tin
'ope - ilng as they did to the o'hers
big Kiowa buck after sizing up tin
crowd nt El Reno the other day re
Pule fac-e ain't like grasshoppers.
Grasshoppers come all at once. Pale
face come lots tlmej."
William Baneper of Oklahoma ICty
drove Into town today In a novel rig.
He drove two white mules striped up
iR'h black paint to make them look
like sebras. Msnye people thought I
they were zebras nnd flocked around
tha rig and aak"d all sorts ot questions
ae to where they were eaptured and
Palace Laundry Co. Ontlirle Okla.
Notice There is dellntiuent upon
the following described stock on ac-
count of assessment levied on tha Sth
day ot June 1901 the several amounts
set opposite the names of the res-
pective shareholders as Ldlowa: L.
C. Booth $31.16 per share on 10
shares of $100 each. And In accord-
ance with law and an order ot the
board of directors mmlo on tho fith
day of July 1001 so many shares of
each parcel of sucn stock as may bo
nocossary will bo sold at the ofllco of
A. G. Kealer In Guthrie Okla. on tho
3rd day of August 1901 at 1:30 p. m.
of such day to pay delinquent assoss-
menu thereon together with costs of
advertising and expanses ot thosnlo.
Geo H. Dodson.
President and Secretary.
A. G. Kesler
1 IN THE STATE
Cures the "whisky morphine
cocaine and tobacco addictions
J. H. KEITH
Bellvue Place Dallas Tex
(First publlshod in Dally Loader
June 28 1901.)
In the District Court of Logun
County Oklahoma Territory.
Thorns J. Carpenter Plaintiff
Mary Carpenter Defendant
The said defendant Mary Carpen-
ter Is hereby notified that she has
been sued in said court by said plain-
tiff Thomas J. Carpenter in which
court he has filed his petition- nnd
that said defendant must answer Bald
petition filed by the plaintiff on or be-
fore tho 10th day ot August A. D.
1901 or said petition will bo taken
as truo and judgment will bo rondor-
od in his favor against dofondant
granting plaintiff an nbsoluto dlvorco
from hor and dissolving tho bonds
of matrimony oxlstlng between tho
plaintiff and defendant.
H. R. Thurston
Attorney for Plaintiff.
M. C. Hart
Clerk of tho District Court.
By T. A. Nenl Deputy.
(First published In Dally Leader
July 18 1901.)
To whom It may concern.
Notice Is hereby given that Dan
A. Keller has this day fllod his pe-
tition to soil at retail spirituous vin-
ous and malt liquors In lots 28 and
34. block 67 Third wnrd Guthrie
Logan county Oklahoma und that
unless objection be filed on or before
the 1st dny ot August A. . 1001
said petition wlH be granted.
Outhrie Okla. July 17. 1901.
J. B. Dobson County Clerk.
By F. S. Pulllam Deputy.
(First published in Oklahoma Leader
July 18 1901.)
To Whom. It May Concern:
Notice Is hereby given -that M.
Weinberger has this day fllod his pe-
tition to sell at retail spIrltuouB vln-
oub and malt liquors In lots S3 and
34 block 67 Third ward Guthrie
Logan county Oklahoma and that
unless objection be fllod on or botoro
tho lttt day of August A. D. 1901
said petition will be granted.
Guthrlo. Okla. July 17 1901.
J. B. Dobson County Clerk
By F. 8. Pulllam Deputy
Is sometimes good
but it isu tlialf so
ts n thousand
LIVERS BLOOD SYRUP
Which curesyw right at vour home
of all diseases of the Li r Wood
enlicltnAllAH CtAafl.naa TtijAat
lousnes Rick Headache Ilright's Disease Diabetes or iHspepsia can be
relieved and cured by this old reliable remedy. To fee! riRlit and Lave your
system in perfect condition means every tiling iry a bottle louaj .
My wife hmbcett troubled with liver complaint contiTriinn and tick limdichr. T)r.
Tliaclif r' Mirer and Il'ooU f-vrup being highly tt-toaimBtti1 to htr he bought a tottte and
at once begnu to improie.
t arrattfilllv recommend this retnrdv to alt.
A A uuuuivjb urrrnnuc icxa
Tetir mjre1t hi Or Thehf i I.lwe M md Bjrnp al Pr. Ihfbn'i
Unr HmIcHm iDbi. or he ran Kt tiem if he wen't 'ml u M rnM
(or a twkiM or '4 onu for a bet ie lint Try Yur UrmsUt Flrtt.
Write our Comutlatloa Iiept. eipUinlnjc njmptonu and receive free confidential advice.
TIIACIIUP. AinDICINU COMPANY CbatUnooea Tenn.
(Chicago Inter-Ocean i
The "community of financial inter-
est" plan has not yet revolutionized
the railway world. Apparently little
progress has been made toward the ac-
complishment of its chief object the
abolition cf secret rate competition
by the railways.
Three Important meetings recently
of the highest officials ot eastern and
western railroads established the fact
that secret concessions In rates have
been made generally to the biggest
shippers and that many roads have
entered into contracts to transport
freight at cut rates until Dec. 31 nexL
The easern railroad officials at a
meeting In New York on July 12 de-
cided Umt these contracts made In
violation of the Interstate-commerce
law should bo carried out with tho
understanding that no moro cut rnto
contracts should bo mndo nnd that
all the roads should bo pormlttod
to meet "openly or by private settle-
ment" the lowost rate that any road
had contracted o ranko. All the cut
rate contracts made by linos In the
Central Frolgh association were con-
fidentially filed with the chairman of
the association. From these contracts
ht made a compilation of the lowest
rates offered on all classes of freight
suppressing the names of tho shippers
with whom tho various roads had
made contracts for lower rates than
ara glvon to tho public generally.
In the territory botwoen Chicago
and tho Missouri river secret rate cut
ting wns practiced to such an extent
tha on July 5 last tho Santa Fe sys-
torn announced that on July 15 It
would put Into effect a schedule ot
rates making a reduction of from 20
to 00 per cent on tho varloub classes
That threat of an open rate war
Immediately caused a decline In tho
value of stocks ot tho western rail-
roads. Without delay orders were Is-
sued by those forming the "commun-
ity of financial interest" to the execu-
tive officers of the railroads to restore
rates to a normal basis and keep them
there. The executlyo offlcors met here
and after a conference of sevoral days
reachod an agreement on July 12 to
carry no freight at less than regular
Wunln a week soveral lines ro
ported that it would be ixipossiblo for
thorn to cancel all cut rates on July
25 and tho time for nil Unas to do so
was extended by agreemqnt until Au-
gust $. Lnat Friday the executive of-
floors nuttln ji- hero and to the dis-
may of many ot them some of the
lines reported that It would bo Im-
possible far them to abrogate reduced
rate contrnots with certain shippers
extending to Deo. 31 next.
In the face of specific orders from
Wall street that freight rates must be
advanced nnd maintained the execu-
tive officers could only adopt a res-
olution to the effecL Knowing how-
ever the practical impossibility of
carrying It out they added to the reso-
lution a clause to the effect that If any
road found itself compelled "to pro-
tect its rates" those rates should bo
made known to nil lines for the bene-
fit of their reepectivo patrons.
Summed up the facts are that the
"community ot financial Interest" plan
will probably prevent any moro opon
rate wars but for tho romalndor of
this year at least secret concessions
in rates wil lee made by ail the rail-
roads to tho heaviest shippers of the
The interstate-commerce law seams
no longer to hnvo any torrors for traf-
fic officials or big shippers. A majori
ty of the managers of railways declare
that rnto discrimination In favor of
tLo largest shippers will continue un-
til a law Is paRsod ouRbllng railways
to pool their profit and dlvldo thom
according to agreed percentages. This
is also the opinion of Chairman Knapp
and of other mombcrs ot tho inter
state-commerce commission but they
insist that to guard ugainnt exces
sive froight rates railway profit pool
ing should bo under tho supervision of
a commission appointed by tho government
for the health.
Mire aim safe ana
tjnies njL.r than
ll l.itt.a1 IctM T nan ftf Arttvlili. Ttitt-
ODD FEATURE IN DIVORCE.
Professor De Velasco Makes Wife
Sign Remarkable Contract.
Scripns-MoRne Press Ass'n.
New York Aug. 1.- In .Tannery if
this year. I'rol. De Velasco of the chair"
of languages In the Adelphi academy.
entered into a signed agreement with
his wife that Oiey should lle apart
and not molest each other In any way.
Now the professor who Is a Mexi-
can by birth Is suing his vt.fe through
the courts for separation. Mrs. De
Velasco has set up a cross bill In her
petition for alimony and counsel fees.
She Includes In her petition a remark-
nblo code of rales which she declares
the professor endeavored to force her
to sign as a condition to her returning
to his hottso after he had thrown her
out of doors on or about Feb. 16. 1901.
She says that when she refused to
sign this contract her husband ejected
hor from tho premises after striking
her. Tho couple have been married
seven yecrs nnd have two children.
At presont she Is living with her
Following Ib one of the sections of
the contract and code of rules: "That
I shall never again resort to the vllo
method ot listening through speaking
tube keyholes hall doors or other
apertures for the purpose of overhear-
ing any conversation that Velasco
may bo having nt tho time be it with
the porson ltsolf or through tele-
phones speaking tubes or other
moans and that I Bhall Hkewi3o ab-
stain from stealthily going about or
stationing myself at any part of Mr.
Volasco'B houso for tho purpose of
watching him or others or causing any
porson or persons to do tho snmo."
Justice Hookor Issued nn order to
show cause why ho should not pay the
$30 a week alimony and $300 counsel
fee applied for in the supreme court.
It adds so much to tho appearance
and comfort of both mon and womon.
Yqu can oaslly socuro and always
havo boaullful hair abundant and
glossy with comfort nnd clonnllncss.
of the scnlp by using the old well
It lasts Is very Monlmlca) harm-
less but sure and perfect In its re-
sults it makes hair grow restoreb
Us color and brilliancy stops Its fall-
ing out or thinning removes dandruff.
Guaranteed. For sale at druggist
and doalers or address for booklet
Beggs Mfg. Co.
We have made special arrange-
ments with the manufacturers
wnereby we can furnish you a
first class fountain pen at about
one half of the regular price.
Compare these prices:
A good $1.50 pen for $1.00
A good S2.00 pen for SI 25
A good 2.50 pen for SI. 50
A good $8.00 pen for S2.00
Special prices in miantities.
We cannct guarantee these
E rices to last long so you had
titter be quick.
Leader Printing Co
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 61, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 1, 1901, newspaper, August 1, 1901; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc75181/m1/2/: accessed October 24, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.