The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 110, Ed. 1, Saturday, September 28, 1901 Page: 2 of 8
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ThG LEADER GUTHIHE OKLAHOMA. SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 28 1901.
WHAT HE LEFT i
THE WIDOW I
Insurance Paper Gives (he
Facts About McKinley
'Itv .in mint of Insurance -which
PriM'N nt Wiinlejr carried upon Ills
lift h.is l'(T est I mated at from $67
OOu o $ inn 000 but molt of the estl-
mat i - 1 1 . i lion furnished hj per
ions 'im fur uiio reason or another
w i i sonj'lly Interested In nxiu
thr- thiHK i .-it the eum nnnu-d by
. minm to the Insurance Ir
wlii ti i 'in !ii 'I'll an impartial iim'F
ligation iln Kite 1' '?sitleut carried
thi follow mg Insur.i ice
N. ft oik Life $.0000; Connecti-
cut Mutual $10000; Michigan Mutual
$7" Kuullable The Equltabli
poli y. the amount of which coulil not
bo learned was written through the
Columbus agency in 1892 and was
paid by the company on Mondny last.
The Connecticut Alutual policies
wore two In number for $5000 each.
One wns written by Cnptaln Robert
II. Kellogg of Cincinnati; the other
by J A Strobhart of Canton.
The president carried two policies
In the Michigan Mutual Life Insur-
ance company otio of $2000 Issued
October 2 IS .1 and another of $6-
000 Issued December 20 1884. Both
of these policies woro solicited by
his unde Joseph S. Saxton of Can-
ton who has been tho agent of this
compmy for tho past twenty yonni.
At one time while Mr McKinley
vtaa practicing law In Canton he was
oirploycd by the Michigan Mutual
aa abstracter and attorney and. It
was in that company that he took
out his flrst insurance
President McKinley wns injured in
tho New York Life for the fi-st tnie
in 188 J. on the ordinary life ten your
ncrumvlatliin plnn for 510000. Il
accepted the cash value due on this
policy. No. 171081. in 1893. Ho wns
insured a second time on the ordln-
nry life plan ten year accumulation
plan May 1 1 1885 fo- $:?.000 and re
ceiM (1 th" cash value due in 1895.
In 18!r he was again insured for
$50000 ordinary life plan fifteen
year a cumulation premium $2767. r0
This pnlU y was changed to a fifteen i
year endowment fifteen year ami
mutation plan premium $4125. Au I
gust 1897 This poll wbb In force!
nt the time of the president's death j
and was No. 710.077
On July ?2 1001 Secretary Cor
telyou tent from Canton a cheek fm i
$4125. the amount due July 28. to
President McCall of the New York i
An intimate personal friend of the
president in Washington who whllo
having no active pnit In the late pres-
ident's affaire whb in a position to
know confirmed today the statement
of yesterday that Mrs McKInley's
Income would iirouabjty amount to
nbout 13000 n year.
It is to laugh when one ues some
theatrical performance advertised un-
der the head of "Aniusemonts."
All Excellent Combination.
The .l.isnnt nu tlud ami beneficial
ofiVct- of ilic well knowu remedy
By nu ok 1 114. luiinufucUmd by tin
CAI.II" tNi I li NHIIP Co illustrate
the viiIuim f iililuiniii'; the lwiuicl laxa-
tive p men .i s of lil.n.is known to Iks
uiudii inulh la .il t ' and WMMtt ing
thl'tll .'1 111 ' M ti) III t refteMiillJJ to tilt'
taut 1 unci ao'i jil.il I.- to the MStcm. It
Is tho one M-rfe. t -.1 n iijlhi-mug i.ix.i-
tire c!eon-inHr tin- m iti 111 eiTcitunm
.nliii'l'i'h Ui'.l feVi it.
iiiul enabling one
1 1 1 on tiputiou per-
i t 1 1 eiloii fi.mi
jii.tlit v imil suli-
:n' en I i t lilti t
i' '.iit w i ti 1 ii
lu.lLi il llu ideal
gently yi t iimi
Jo oVitcoi n nali 1
every ol.' .1 -i.ul 1
atanoe enl is u
livor ami nK l.s.
or irrltatiii ' them
In U10 r.ni of inauufaaturing tigs
aro Ufci-il. .1 ihvy are nlea.'jtiit t the
taste be' '). ini'dleinai iiualillesof the
Mineil an- oltaiiud fioin (m-'HIiii and
other atom it.. .!.ints l.y a method
JiHOW3 to tho Uiutu'.Mi 1-iu .s i.t 1
Co. only. In ordei to get ltd Vih ' . ul
etToota uod to avokl itbittlou puuc
Vamoinbor the fill I naiuo of the Com pan v
Jirintod on the froi.t of every taeUage.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
8AK ynAHCIBCO. CAI
xoujevnxs kv wkw tork. w. y.
MrwIelifaUUrucKlits. PrlcoWo perbottla
Known Throughout the World
Pays Tribute to Duffy's Pure
1 UVe (rtf t pu avire In aiirin(j you that
I And that our l'nrc Malt Whlfcy In a most
admirable rcruj rime wlicn tho hast bit
latlKUed. I know nt nothing bo perfect nor
fO pureT (tflgn-vl ) KAKAIt BERNHARDT.
rftousamli ol pnn-iIiHiit men and women
who aw uwler a i umlaut strain mentally ami
ivtayilcally Hue Mm- Hemhardthnvelwcn leapt
Well and rtrotiK li IHi't-U'urcUltVcilskey
which l;eel tho old young and vigorous.
duffy's pure malt whiskey
has carried the blessing; of health to mora
homes daring the lKt fifty ears than all other
medicines oomUnel. Ik rures consumption
nervousness and Indigestion; stimulates tho
Mood tones up tho heart and Is a boon to
women during their periods; It til lays all pain
and euros the dlseato commonly known among
women as female weakness. It has siued
many young Blrls lives at tho critical period
chancing Iroui girlhood to womanhood.
Dufty's I'ure itult Whiskey is absolutely
pure-It contains no fusel cU. All druggists
nndcroccrj. $1 a bottle IlowaroolclieapBv.
ttltutes. put up by unrcllaulc dealers inbqttlr.
that loolc IlkoPufly's." Whencier you sco
n dealer's namo on bogus Roods beware ol that
dealer; ho would not haslta to to sell r' ilmpuro
drags as he Is wholly dishonest. Medical
booklet sent free to any one who wruos DuDy
1UH WWitVy Co.. llocticstcr N. V.
WHITE HOUSE IN MOURNING.
No More Official Functions This Year
The President Announces.
By Associated Press.
Washington D. C Sept 28. Secro
truy Cortelyou today announced that
President Roosevelt would not hold
any official fuuctloiib at the White
house nntll the public reception on
New Year's day. After that date they
will take place as formerly.
Formal calls of organisations and
officials In a body will he deferred
until after thirty days from the date
of the late president's death. The
flag on the exeutiye mansion will
II y ut half mast and mourning papers
will be used by the heads of tho de-
part ments for a period of thirty days.
; Stops the Cough
j nnd Works off the Cold.
I Laxative ltromo Quinine Tablets cure
j a cold in one day. No cure no pay.
Price ?5 cent.'.
WHITE HOUSE CHANGES.
Old Hinges and Door Knob Removed
Lily Associated Press.
Washington D. C Sept. 27. The
iio.i hinges on the door of the cabinet
100m which have turned to admit into
the p.u'.ence of the president scores of
cnblnet ministers and muny thous-
ands of official visitors during half a
century have been removed. Brass
hinges of the latest pattern have re-
placed them. The old hinges are
now la the possession of the vener
able Cmitaln Charles Loeffler who
has been the president's doorkeepw
for eight or nine administrations and
since through 1 ; 1 faithful ' -rvice in
opening and closing the dour during
all these years the hinges were worn
out no one wilt deny his right to
possess them. He will keep the dis-
carded hluges as valuable relics and
nand them down to hlo .uiiuren.
A more conspicuous object bad re-1
c-ently been discarded after a long
term of service. That Is the massive
brass knob and lock formerly attach-1
I (i 10 ine (i wai iiour 01 cue v mie
' nouse opening on the north porch.
'Shoitly before the funeral of Presi-
dent McKinley the old door kaob was
lipltice-i by a massive gilt knob at-
tached to a lock of imprced desigu.
It l-i handsomer than the old one but
it Is net quite so laige and a: not
mauufactiued to order. The knoh
and bIiI"I 1 aie gold plated and coBt
;ith the lo k.. $r."i The old knoh
hoio on It i t.i e a spte.ul cattle sur
oundf 1 h I'liitiei stais lepieaent
Ing the origin. 1! .s'un.i olioil
seems to know ji m now mans eavs
K ha 1 been l'l use u'ii I't'uitiKh the
uniformed guard usually i -U tho
di.or for lhitora the doorkeepers as
m t th it thin door knoh has probably
1 1 'i .lpicl li moie illsitinguisherl
1 .1 ih.m liuit of any oth r po.-tul
1 - t1 . . '1.1
Chas. Replogle of Atwater O. was
iinuble to work on account of kidney
tumble Alter using Foley's Kidney
Cure four days he was cured
J N "Wllare
i ( The camel' oan ga two wcekB with which was backed down on tho ter-
out taking a drink but it would raako ' race traeke a few rods In tho rear of
some men hump themselves to ab- the Jail a roinuto before. Sheriff
stain for two dayB. Caldwell arranged for the departure
THE PORK MARKET
Cleaned up $700000 on Rise
in the Market
Chicago Sept. 17. John Cudahy
v.o.1 In pork and lard something like
$700000 and the bog market Is boom-
liR still higher.
It Is Just sight years ago cinco
Culahy and N. K. Fairbanks lost $3.-
ooo.ooo mostly to P. T). Armour In
nil attempt to corner the pork and
This time Ctitlahy and his follow-
inn attempted no corner but they din-
leftnrded all precedents In drouth
ear and have taken a total of $1.-
i noo 000 out of the "pit."
I Heretofore in drouth years the 11a-
nidation of hogs by the farmers has
I kept the provision market weak
I month after month.
In July as soon as the full eft" of
the corn crop damage was confirmed
Cudahy bognn buying pork nnd'lnrd.
There woro enormous recc'pta of hogs
during August but Cudahy kept on
buying and the market advanced.
Tho popular side was the selling
and It was virtually Cudahy against
the field. Rocolpte dropped off and
on Saturday prices wont skyward.
The "shorts" wero forced to cover
at big loaoos.
Last night's prices showed an ad-
vnnco on tho near by futuros within
a month of about ?1 a tlortje. Pork
is up $2 n barrel at JIG.
Twice only in sixteen years have
hogs sold at such a price as the pres-
ent They are higher than cattle and
cost about double as much as sheep.
Will Be Opened to Homestead Settle
ment Ostober 5. '
The general land office hn3 made
public Hie letter of Instruction sent
to the register and recolvois at the
Rl Reno and Lawton pulblc land off I
ces relative to the settlement of the
lands in tho Wichita reservation re
mainlng undisposed of after Bixty
days form the date of opening whic'i
will be October I. Acting commis
While nil these lauds will become
subject to settlement immediately
after midnight of the 4th It will not
be possible to make entry thoreof un
til the opening of the reserve land
offices on the morning of the 5th of
October next It may and possibly
will occur that at the time of the 1
opening of the office on October 5
next a number of persons will have
assembled at your office seeking to
enter these remaining lands nnd in
oruer to avoid confusion It is directed
that the applications of nil qualified
liersons present at your office nt 9
o'clock a. m. on Octobor C noxt soak-
ing to niuk. &xr? of these Jands be
received and treated as presented at
0 o'clock a. m. nnd If there are more
than one application for the same
tract they will bo conBldorod as sim-
ultaneously presented. Such of the
parsons proaont who may be acting
as agents of honorably discharged
soldiers and sailors entitled to tho
benefits of .".action 2304 of the United
States revised statutes as anvondou
by the act of March 1 1B01 (31 Stat.
847t. will each be entitled to file but
one soldier's declaratory statement
at that time. After the disposition of
applications presented by persons
present at 0 a. in. which should be
proceeded' with at ones all other ap-
plications presented will be dispos-
ed of in tho trual way the time of ac-
tual presentation being duly noted on
Assassin Czolgsax Removed to
burn Prtsew to Await
(By Asaoctated Press.
Buffalo N. Y. Sept. 17. CsolgOSS
i)' 'loomed assassin of President Mc-
Kinley was taken from Buffalo t
Auburn state prison laat night to
await death by electrocution. Sheriff
Caldwell and sixteen men took the
prisoner in a fpeelal car attached to
the regular New York Central train.
The train lift at 10:0 p. m. and the
.ul oad officials said that an effort
would be made to reach Aubutn at
!:12 o'clock which is schedule Ullie.
Osolgosj! a 'sneaked" o-.t by tU
Wk entrance of the Erie county Jail
surrounded by the seventeen men and
was hustled into the special ear.
nl his moves were kept so sec r. t
ari'i weie 90 cleverly managed that
no one but tho guards the rail oad
men and the newspaper men who were
In the jail knew that the assassin
was being smuggled out of the jail
The moment the oir arrived O.ol-
gost appeared handc tiffcrl to Jailor
Mitchell and surrounded by the
sheriff and hln deputies and Chief Mo-
Master of the Auburn police depart
ment. The news that a car contain
Ing the assamin wan on the iracK
spread quickly mil lnilroad men i.i
the static t b'ft their work to get 1
look Pt him.
Just befoie the train pulled out u
representative of the Associated Press
raw Ccolgosz seated easily In a seat
and smoking a cigar. Ii the seat
with the prisoner was Jalloi Mitchell
and surrounding him were a eordlon
of armed officers. These precautions
were UK" becatihe the authorities
received word from Home source that
the sheriff might encounter consider-
able difficult in getting tbj prisoner
to Auburn. Just what sort of trouble
was feared could not be learned but
great care was taken that no advance
news of the departure of the train
'was telegraphed along the line.
A DEPUTY MARSHAL KILLED.
Four Men Under Arrest at Ardmorc
For Shooting an Officer.
By Associated Pross.
Ardmore I. T. Sept. 2S. Deputy
Marshal Poe whose homo Is ut Mill
Creek was shot nnd killed last night
et 0 o'clock on n St Louis & San
Francisco excursion train whllo re-
turning from a fair at Denison Tex.
Four men are under arrest at Mill
Creek charged with the crime. They
will be brought to Ardmore for trial.
KEEP IN GOOD HEALTH by using
DR. THAOHERS LIVER AND SLOOD SYRUP
Your Druggist sells it. 25 and 50 cents.
1 S WORLDS CTTlLl
NOTHING LIKE 1
EVER SEEN ON EARTH BEFORE
THE BIG O
THESE FACTS and FIGURES
lOOO People. 40 Famous Funny Clowns. 60 Musician
in uranu I'opuiar preliminary Concerts o 1!
Arenas. 1-4 Mile Race Track. 05 Railroad
Cars. lOO Dens Lairs and Cages of Rare
wua ueasts. in Acres or rents
ACTUALLY 300" STARPBRFORBIERS
1'inmui men -Wire
ThcJC Marvclou Perlormtr are paid J50O Week.
Ne other Sltov payj $100 tor a Feature Act
Headed by Ulnllnu
Urothers' Lateit Irti.
tioi tatlon. tit Incom
parable. Arenlc Athletes tho
Direct (rom Italy. Paid the Unormous Sum of $1000 a
Waeft. No other bhow could pay a fourth aj much
30 GREAT RIDERS
men and Hersewomtn liver Ortianlzed" and Introduclnc
for the !:lrit Time In America
MISS AMELIA FEELEY
Diearcwtest LJy Rider the World lui Ever Produced.
No uther bhow has a feature to compare
with this Superb Hqueitrtcnne
Aprearlnit Togetlicr at One Time in One Rlnsr under
the Directum otOne Man. In conjunction with the Inter
LOCKHART COMEDY ELEPHANTS
No Other Show has a Third as Many.
500 HORSES ;'
Utilized In the
ol all liqulno
O'BRIEN'S 61 -HORSE ACT
A Colossi I Introductory Spectacle "ROMfi IN TIIC
YiiAU ONH." a clrand Triple klne Circus and aTremeif
dousttevlval ol the Sports and ltm.es of the Ancients.
ONG 50c TICKET ADMITS TO EVERYTHING.
Oilldren Undor 12YoorsUaIf Price.
SEE THE ONLY
KNOWN TO EXIST
The mor. were drunk Poe was shot
once. The ball eateied the left side.
She Stopped Her Paper.
She came down the street three
tepa at n time and sailed Into our
printing ofTice like a whirlwind. She
waited for no ceremony but wildly
asked Ib thi the paper printing
office'' ' "Ym madam." "I whut to
Rtop my paper." "All right madam.'
"Stop It now too". "It's stoppud"
the editor said as he drew a bltto pen-
c 11 mark across her husband's name
on the .ubscriptlon list. "There
now." she said with a look of satls-
factioi In her eyes "maybe this will
teach ;ou some horse sense and how
to do the square thing the next time
and not slight people because they
am poor. If some rich ctuck up
folks happen to have a bald headed
knock kneed cross eyed and tooth-
less brat born to them you're in an
awful hurry to put It In the paper
and make it out an angel but when
poor people have a baby you can't
say a word about it. even If It is the
prettiest baby that was ever born.
That's what I'm stopping the paper
for." She mnrehed out of the office
as mad as a wet hon nnd didn't say
whether she had a baby or not. Ex-
change. Mr. Q. A. Stlllmnn a morcnant of
Tnmpico 111. wrltos: "Foley's Kidney
Cure Is meeting with wonderful suc-
coss. It tins cured some cases here
that physicians pronounced Incurable.
I mysolf am able to testify to its mor-
Ita. My face today is a living picture
of hoalth and Foley's Kidney Cure
has mado it such."
J. N. Wallace.
The mill of today grinds with the
water that has passed Into steam.
0 uiuuICijI ImljUiJ
TELL THE STORY
pany of Horse
At J and fi P.
Reserved numbered seats and
lace's Corner Drug Store near
shows prices at d to n town ofllce
at the regular ticket agons on
ADE.h m SECTIONS
Dr. Harter s
B I T T E R. S
You Need It
To keep your stomach In order.
To stimulate your lazy liver.
To assist your sluggish bowels.
To clear your brain
To brighten your spirits
To drive away the blues
and make life worth living.
A wholesome stimulant and a
pleasant-to-take tonic appetizer.
Msde onlr by Tlie Dr. Harter
MedlctM Co. Diitofi Ohio.
Its Age its Cuar.itee
The territorial officials of Oklaho
ma are planning to bond the terri-
tory for $600000 to redeem all th"
outstanding C per cent warranted in-
debtedness. They believe they can
place the bonds at 3 per cent and
Una save Oklahoma a big sum.
CASTOR I A
For Infants ana Children.
The Kind YjU Have Always Bought
Signature of u4&
Some men are so low that thcy arr
a nuisance even in jail.
EVERY MORNING I
AT 10 O'CLOCK.
.& j Sr' ' X'-'r 1 . -A
azsj A-GFV&-- f.z?v' jti v jmm.
a i -ST Ml. i A$k tmmf''
iSlMMi $3700000 ')
Ja5Twsv'0'ijraJi:i-:xTWKS3. rmv- nytrcTcn
TWO COA1PLETE EXHIBITIONS DAILY
AL Doors Opert One Hour Earlier.
ON ALL RAILROADS.!
admissions show (lav at Wal;
the postoffice. Unli-r ctlie
are exactly the same as charge
the slow grounds
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