The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 67, Ed. 1, Monday, February 10, 1902 Page: 2 of 8
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THE LEADErt GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA MONDAY FEBRUARY 10 1902
Local Happening of City and Terrl-
torry Briefly Told
Tin po i' u on thp lookout for a
ouplp of ;i . nr" who hav been try-
iuK .o tap OKmith pistol raao.
Th new st lowls Syndicate build-
ihk wil bf oc milled March 15 I
lien Derko bought a dog toilu and
part. I with a $50 bill He Rot buck
$49 30 la th rp
Tie ni'i.. number bf ttrangor
i oral is to (In h I pncbe .500 dall
T.n Ell ie arranglnK to hold a
reunion and i.iltlate a lass of 30
Mis Coone u dancing school will
witness ft ralisque dance tonight
Answer lo I. H."- The president
of the Republic of Bolivia S. A Is
honor Severo TVmande Aionuo
The new railroads ara onlj trying
to keep paco with Uie new banks. j
The Webb Tailoring Co. has Just
rocoived a nobby lino of spring sult-Jnc-
It you want to sell or trade any
thing you ran get quick action through
the Lewldr's want columns
' Hamlet" will bo the bill at the
John Goloblo has permanently em
barked in thr ieai estate buplness
Jake Robi-rtH the nes ttorney
general will move frojn Kingfisher to
Guthrie next month
Amos Rwing. former oil inspector
has decided to locate in GuUirie from
jvlngflshor. He will open a real estate
Manager Hirsch of the Grand
Lender is now Mi tho East buying a
stock of goods for his branch house
In Enid (
I W. Pentecost genoral agent of
tho Fidelity and Trust company re-
ports' a rapid Increase in the com-
pany's business during tho last six
months. The Fidelity Is one of the
host of Us kind. j
A twoBtory business building cov-
ering two lots on Harrison avenuo
Tina beon listed with a roalty firm at
Says Fire Chief Kesler: "TIm new
fire horsos fill' tho bill exactly. The
animate are tho best yet put in tbe
Dr. Fttr.-ow is enjoying a rush !u
A large cooking range has been put
in the kitchen at tho Masonic temple.
M Collar filled tho order.
Tho grand chorus swells: "Sign
Much activity l noted In Capitol
Hill transfers of proporty.
ITCH IS TORTURE.
Eczema is caused by an acid humor in
the blood coming in contact with the
skin and producing great redness and in-
flammation ; little putular eruptions form
and discharge a tlnu sticky fluid which
dries and scale off ; sometimes the skin is
hard dry and fissured. IJcxema in any
form is a tormenting stubborn disease
and the itching and burning at times arc
almost unbearable; the acid burning
humor seems to ooze out and set the skin
on fire Salves -washes nor other exter-
nal applications do any rest good for as
long as the poison remains in the blood
it wll keep the skiu irritated.
BAD FORM OF TETTER.
"Por tlirte year I
lujJ Tetter on my
hands wliich i msed
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t MAID TURNED OOUHTE.
I1V KATHAttlNIB TYNAN.
Hor maid. Marigold wa. dressing
Mistress Uavoron's hair In the lady's
"What ts tho matter girl?" askwl
Hsr eyes traveled on from her own
reflection to that of the girl who stood
behind h . Marigold wan a gypy
Drown wlut the sun sweetly fret kipJ
with horrent white teeth anil ted lipa.
The sparkle of her eye was dun today
lut it was a fate full of spir t Th )
gytH strain in her bad not "' te t i
' 1 know what is the matter with you
Ynii are In love with a gentleman.'
the ent on 'What a fool you are!
Whj didn't you take mr 1ird Dela-
lours guinea Bnd refiw his kins' Did
I not see IiIb kiss on your t heek every
time you announced him' You Bhould
loam not to tecelvp klBses that will
betray tlietnselves po optnl '
Tiv red of anger flamed In Mistresi
Davoren's cheek and her breatl. came
thick and fast.
"Insolent" she muttered to herself
"He pays court to me and dallies with
my waiting maid on the way. Dut he
"Ah. Madam" cried Marigold "he
ir truly In love wltli your ladyship'
He but did as other gentlemen. In-
deed I far 'twas my fault."
She stammered In her eagerness to
clear Lord Delacour. but Mistress Da-
voren frowned with bitter impatience.
"You mock mo Madam" said Marl-
gold between her sobs. "NVhat fchould
a poor girl have to do with a nob'c
"You are in love with him. Would
yon marry hlin?"
"Alas! It if far beyond me. Madam."
"I have a Han that will make yon
the Lady Delacour. Have you the wit
and aplrit to enrry it through?"
Down came Marigold's bauds froi.:
before a pair of eyes suddenly bright
end eager .
"He would never many me" sh
said In a whlspor. "The Lord Dola
cour to marry Marigold Drayton?"
"Ho might love you" said hor mis-
tress and oh tho bitterness und Bcorn
of her eyes! "if you could changt
places with Phlllppa Davoron and het
"There you wrong him" said tht
maid: "He Is the most open-hauddl
gentleman and the most careless ol
"LlBten" she said. "A Week fron
uow thero Is the blrth-nlght ball al
Luttrellstown. On that night tho Lore
Dolacour will attempt to carry mo oft
His attempt shall succeed but ho wil'
have you Instead of me. You shal
rido Inside the coach. I shall take tin
outside soat. You will resist violentl)
do you so girl? so that you wiE
seems to go unwillingly. Afterwards lit
cannot blsme you. 1 ride outside tht
coach for a whim you ride inside. Ii
he would take you against yout will
he cannot be angry You arc in lov
I with him so you will do It '
"And you think he will marry me
"It is worth a throw of the dice" re
piled Mistress Davoren.
"Why do you do It Madam?"
Mistress Davoren laughed out.
"If ho marries you you will be t
Countess ana will walk in to dilute
before me. I do it then that the Towt
may laugh at him. Half a doeen gai
fellows will ride with hljn.. Tliete wil
be one in the secret He will whlspei
It soon enough and the club houses
will resouna with it That Iord Deln
cour should carry off Ute inald for tin
mistress .the poor girl for the heiress
How it wil lhumble him!"
"You are cruel madam to an honev
gentleman who loves you."
"Finish my hair" said Mis ire
Davoren. abruptly and then g
a ream oi how soon you may be t
Countess. My Lord Oelaiour drink:
tea with me today "
As the maid passed from the toon
she had to make way for a gentleman
tne Lord Delacour He was a brigh
and handsome person with a hazel
that continually roamed In sean h o
Marigold crept upstairs with .i j. i
otts pain at her heart. That hi Mi.mi
love this lady who had so hit I. u .
love for him that she would u !
him by the rldlrule of his ltllms- f i
an ind 1st ret ion seemed to Mangold .
i riii-1 thing
She went '.ark to the lad . chuinbu
and in Ran sotting thitigH In unit.
Mi' Hho said to ht-rseir a hln
iliuok ut ii Mti k of ioe iuIiim il ttlii
i et wuibroiiH ifd In mUi tin- I is n
pity for any of us. She does not thlnl
lie will mart' nie. She but wanta t.
humiliate him and then when he n
i m tut to her and her anger is ghitt '
hi' will makt him mon- her Liw il
. i i But If 1 i an fiai t hi in 1 . it
would hi) wen in v own Malum
rause 1 love biia and his rank bit
bun too tar above me."
in the interval before the i.uttrelli
town ball Marigold tarried otue f .
Ii tters between het lady and Lord Del
acour admitted tin' ge.ttieman oncoot
lTli te her It ly'a presence.
On U flr-t occasion when they nit
ho would havo kissed her lightly as he
had done boforo and would hao done
with any "girl of her station as protty
as Marigold. But tho girl avoided his
kiss. Thon ho seised her by tho hands
and looked into her eyes and what-
over ho read thoro his face became
compassionate and. muttering n male-
diction on himself he let her go
Marigold attended her mistress on
the night of the Luttrellstown oMl j
and awaltee. her with the other maids
in the dresslng-clocet to whlrh th.-
ladles often repaired when they hadi
oaneed tne freshness of powder from
their heads or the rouge needed renew- j
At last the time lame for th -in to go I
They hart tb chamber to themselves
when Mistress Davoren flung her own
cloak of purple silk upon her maid's
shoulders and her hood of purple and
white Batin over Marigold's dark curls
"Listen" she said as she herself as-
sumed the maid's modest clonk and
hood; "I but mocked you when I talk-
ed of his mstrylng you. Show him
your face when he has carried you
home. Then return to me and I will
give you a thousand golden guineas
And so you kiss no more gentlemen I
will find an honest man to marry you."
Tho maid answered r.othlng though
under her hood she wont rod and palo.
but as their coach drow up before the
portico of tho houso she whispered:
"Madam givo up this plan I humbly
implore you If the gentleman loves
yon nnd you love him. let him carry
Mistress Davoren laughed.
A few seconds later the coach was
rol'lug along wkh Marigold in her line
feathers within and her mistress In
roher black riding with the coachman.
It was a mild night of autumn and
afttr some miles had been traveled
half a dozen horsemen rode out of the
shadows and surrounded the coach.
"You nnd the maid shall go quietly"
said the spokeeman. "We want only
His hand wb3 on the door of tho
coach when suddenly Marigold who
had been sitting in a dRze. repented
her of her share In the trick about to
bo played on the man alio loved and
Immediately she began to cry out and
protest. But in a second a cloak was
thrown over hor head and her cries
were extinguished though she still
struggled as she flt herself lifted on a
horse's saddle and supported vhere.
In the dark and half suffocated sho
felt herself held to a heart that wa3
beating wildly and though bIio knew it
was not for her she could aot after
those first struggles but snatch at Uiis
brief hour ot happiness. So she ceased
to struggle and lay still.
Then suddenly she saw the starlight
and a face bending over her while Ute
horse carried them swiftly.
"Wo are alone now" whispered Lord
Delacottr's voice. "W e are beyond
pursuit In the grounds of Delacour
court What a pretty play ut roslst-
ance you made! It might have Imposed
ou any one. Yet you had bid me Carry
Marigold tcok his kisses in silunce.
Soon soon they would be hers no long-
er but only anger and hatred perhaps
"So your guardian would wed you to
a dotard" went on Lord Delacour.
"How he will rave! There aro the
lights of tho Court. In half an Lour
you will be my wife."
Presently be lifted her from the
horse and half led half curried her
through great doors and within n stite-
ly hall and along a corridor where her
feet sank In velvet. Tho piacs was 111
Ut. tor It was the darkest hour of the
early morning and none wa& about but
my Lord's old nurse Mrs. Susan who
would have dared anything for his
pleasure. And the hood was yet over
In a little loom panelled with white
Wood two randies burned on a high
1 inautel-shalf. by Uie light of vhtch an
I old friar waj reading hI5 brevury. Vie
' looked rouud sleepily as Uie pair cm.im
in. followed by Mrs. Susan.
I "Come Father Francis" saii wv
1 lord "make us one We are leady I
and this lady."
1 The priest began the imrriage set-
wee. He had but said a s.'nlur. i
two when the dullness Uiat I'.-id seru
mi to lie on Matigold'u wits cleared -t
hhe flung baik the hood
"1 am only Marigold the servant-
' maid." she said stretching Imploring
hands to him "I never meant to do
it my Lord Forgive me and let me
i.o. My I .aily will explain everything
J'httfce Ii t me go '
(iuat as wub I oid Delaiour's sur-
rlae he managed to retain his self-
' possession and to instantly realise that
i he woman who had willingly conseut-
i d to Uue hrr fither's roof and wed
Mm in .t let had uttempted to Uee.-ii
' in Uib ii-miIm id ituiovei the truiii
. f "it natter was iiittautl made He
I new that Marigold had played her
part uuwilllngl and ho believed that
(rum her lips und her lips aloue the
whole truth would be learned Tuni-
ng to her lie & Uvl not unkindly
"Mariroid ton tre thestorv ourself
for you mtiBt know why yon -tnnd her
wearing the hood nnd clonk of you
mistress You must tell me ihe entire
Marigold thus entreated with manv
expressions of regret nnd sorrow for
tie part she had Unwillingly played In
ttie attempted decoptloit. related what
had passed between Mistress Davoren
As he proceeded with tho narrative
iIk iimonsclously revealed tho love
she bore for tho nobleman nt her side
an that it was this love that kept het
from i ompletlng Uie deception.
Lord Delacour had long admired her
beaut and now that ho had an in
tight into her trne and loyal heart ho
resolved that matters Bhould proceed
as Mistress Delacour had planned and
that her waiting maid should wear a
'Marigold" he said "your mistress
by her attempted deception has lost
the place she held in my heart. No
woman who truly loves a man would
try to humiliate him as she Intendod
to humiliate me. Your love nay
blush not that I have discovered It-
prevented Ute deception and the In-
tenaed humiliation. Now if that lov
and your owrn sweet will consents t
good Father here shall finish the c.
mony he begun and you and not M
tress DavTFren shall be Countess DcU
And tints it happened that Marigold
the waiting maid became u countess
ana Mistress Davoren rode back alone
to her father's home bitterly reproach-
ing herself for her folly In nttemptlng
to deceive the man she loved. She
Been Huntipg Twenty Years.
Wlnfleld Iown Nov. 24 1900.
Gentlemen: I write to say that I
have been troubled with Dyspepsia
and Indigestion for the past twenty
years and haw tried many medicines
and spent much money to no purpose
until I tried Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin. I have taken two bottles and
nm entirely rolteved of all stomach
trouble. I can not sny too much In
favor of this remedy. I cheerfully
recommond It to all sufferers from In-
dlgostlon or Dyspopsia. Yours truly;
Sold by F. B. LIllIo & Co.
TO REAPPORTION TERRITORY.
Amendment Adopted Authorizing Ap
pointment of a Commission.
In tho house yesterday an amend-
ment to tho appropriation bill was
adopted authorizing tho governor of
Oklahoma to appoint a commission
consisting of three mombcrs to reap
portion tho territory Into loglslatlvo
and council districts. The bill ap-
propriates $1000 for oxpensos.
Something That Will Do You Good.
We know of no way in which we
can be of more service to our readers
than to tell them of something that
will be of real good to them. For
this reason we want to acquaint them
with what wo consider one of tho
very best remedies on tne market for
coughs colds and that aiarmmg com
plaint croup. Wo rofor to Chamber-
lain's Cough Iteraody. We havo used
It with such good results ra our family
so long that It has become a hotuo
hold necessity y Its prompt use wo
havon't any doubt but that It has
tlmo and again prevonted croup. Tho
testimony is given upon our own ex-
perience and wo suggest that our
readers especially thoso who havo
small children always koop it in their
homos as a safeguard against croup.
Camdon (S. C.) Messenger.
For Bale by C. IL Renfro druggist.
"An Enemy to Ut Queen."
Tho Farmor City Sun Farmor City
(11. Oat. 26 1001.
Tho Slayton Now York Stock com
pany supporting the talented actor
John Arthur appeared at the opera
houso last Saturday ovening In "An
Bnemy to the Quaen." The houso
was comfortably filled by thoso who
have a fancy for heavy acting and
thalr wish was gratified by tho per
formance of the star. The company.
however is well balanced not a poor
character being In the cast. Every-
i body know their linos and there was
no friction during the entire play.
John Arthur in the dual role of Don
Caeeiir and Ttuy Bias struok the pop-
mlar chord and had his audience from
the vory first sentonee. His acting
Is vory natural and Improssos one
that it is realism and not acting. Mr
Arthurs support Is perfect
The enemy will be met Tuesday
night at the Brooks'.
Short and to the Point.
Gentlemen: Dr Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin is the flnset preparation for Uie
stomach and bowels that I have ever
used. Wishing you ooutinued such
coss I am Yours very truly
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ours. Try it and you
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We have been in Oklahoma since fhe beginning and
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Persons who want to buy city or country property either
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John Arthur supported by the
Slayton New York Stock company
will ploy "Hamlet" Shakespeare's
As Mr. Arthui has made an onvlabl"
reputation for himself In his charac
terisation of "Hamlet" we may look
forward to a trtat not often to be ob
Many people have soen "Hamlet"
attempted and havo loft tho theater
with an Idea that thoy had really soon
this great tragody and thoso Banio
pooplo havo not onjoyod tho perform-
ance and no wonder as thero havo
been moro failures by commondabio
actors In "Hamlet ' than In any other
charactor on tho stage. This is so
much not tho fault of skill on the
part of tho nctor but tho lack of a
peculiar temporament for a porfoct
charactorizatlon of 'TIamlet" Is do-
ponded upon tho temporamont of the
actor. Mr. Arthur has this tempora-
ment and lives the character through-
out tho play.
Tho moat sovero critics say he
gives an intelligent and strong inter-
pretation full ot thought and passion.
Everybody's liable to itching piles.
Rich and poor old and young ter-
rible the torture thoy suffer. Only
one sure euro. Doan's Ointment. Ab-
solutely safe; can't fall.
SOON HAVE UIVIDENPS.
Verde Grande Copper Company
Mr. J. C. McKean fiscal agent of
the Verdo Grande Copper company.
Is In the city for a few days.
The Verde Grande mine ie one of
the richest properties ever opened in
Old Mexleo. It is thoroughly devel-
oped and contract was let this week
for the erection of a large smelter on
the property. It Is practically an as-
sured fact that the Verde Grande
will pay large monthly dividends for
the nest twenty five years. Similar
proper-ties neat tlu Y"de Grande
now In operation are paying from 3
to 28 per cent dividends monthly
Mr McKean will be glau to give
full particulars to an) ont calling
on him at Hotel Royal
other and be
more profit on others
but you CAN get it.
Why experiment or
why heed claims and asser
tions when you have the
clear undisputablc facts of
MILLIONS OP QUICK and
PERMANENT CURES DURING
20 YEARS VERY SUC
CESSFUL --RECORD. Millions of
Constantly increasing sales
noise about it either for its
users have advertised it. Ask your neighbor
to aid it in quickly throwing
Take no one's word not even
Trill realize at once why it is so
All dealers sell it.
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B. & L. Report.
CASH RECK PTS
Dues . . . $MM
Interest - l g
Premiums TS8 T6
Initiation fee . J
Hooks and utocfcfee 11
Assignments stoct 0 Tbr.'.'
Stock loans S.MR 00
I It-al estate loans S.KB 00
Warrants j T t
lau ance and taxe h 72 96 vl
Total atb reclpU ... (21116
HeslewUte loan 41.100 00
Stock Loans . . 1.460 00
Kxtieute account 331 80
Fnrnttnrc and fixtures 16 00
J. W McNeal treasurer 7 OflB f
Dae trora stockholders 87$ 0B
47 46 1 1
PROFIT AD LOSS.
Premiums MB ;t-
It lies ioi uo
i Forfeitures.. .. .... 56 oi
interest ... . ai m
Kxpanie account ttSI 30
Net gain .81t 37
3 013 ST 3012 6:
Ileal Estate Loans
J W.AIcSeal treas.. ..
Contingent Fund I '01SAI
Due Stockholders 46810 06 4V 633 6v
W M" IIIIONSON. Se:y.
The man who thinks ho knows it
all would be a wondor if he could
only convico other people of It
Digests what you eat.
It artificially digests tho food and aids
Nature in Mrititfiht'ning and recon-
structing the exhausted digestive or-
gans. It ifetlu 'atebtdiscovereddigesf'
ant and tonic. No other preparatkij
can npprt'ich it in efficiency. It In-
stantly reltefsnud i-ernianently cures
Dyspepsia Iiuiistiori Heartburn
Flatulence So.tr Stomach Nausea
Sick Headache Oa.t raigln Crumps ana
all other resultB of lmperfectdigcistlon.
PrlcuWc. undfl Largo str contains 2M times
maul lake Book ull ubu.udys.iH pma wailed true
Prepared bE C DtVITT A CO. Cbicaoo-
Sold by J. N. Wallace.
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