The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 123, Ed. 1, Saturday, April 26, 1902 Page: 3 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIfc OKLAHOMA SATURDAY APRIL 526 1902.
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A NEW FAST TRAIN
Bdtweon St. Louis and Kansas City and
And principal points In Texas and the South-
west. This train Is new throughout and Is
mado up of tho llnost equipment provided
with olectrlo lights and all other modern
traveling conveniences. It runs via our nun
Red River Division.
Every nppllanco known to modern cat
building and railroading has been employed
In tho mako-up ot this service including '
Cafe Observation Cars9
nndcr tho inauagomcnt ot Fred. Harvey.
Full Information as to rates and all details ol
a trip via this now routo will bo cheerfully
lurnUhod upon application by any repre-
sentative ot the
OKLAHOMA CITY. '
(World's Fair Special.)
Leaves Oklahoma City .... 6:30 p.m.
ArxlTca Kansas City 7:00 aim.
Arrives St. Louis 11:30 a.m.
Arrives Memphis 6:00 p.m.
(St. Louis Express.)
Leaves Oklahoma City .. 9:5Q a.m.
Arrhes St. Louis 7:16 a. in
Leaves Kansas City 7:15 p.m.
Arrives Oklahoma City ... 7?30 a.m.
(Arkansas and Oklahoma Express.)
Leaves St. Louis 10:00 p.m.
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Through cars and Pullman Palace
sleepers between Oklahoma City Kan
aa City St Louis and Memphis. For
rates and other Information call on
nearest Frisco System Agent or ad-
dress tho undersigned.
B. F. Dunn
Division Passenger Agent
THE 8EMI.WEEKLY JOURNAL.
Has Inaugurated an agents' contest
for the months of January and Feb-
ruary. 1902. Thy are going to divide
among their agents $160 in cash to be
paid on the first of March' $50 being
tha first prize.
All kinds of legal blanks at tho
I A )V sssl'M M IMsst
STATEHOOD MUST WAIT
Washington D. C April ai The
friends ot statehood (or Oklahoma
Arttona and New Mexico are deter-
mined to force matters from now mi
For six weeks now they have been
patiently awaiting permission from
Speaker Henderson of tile Utilise and
other part leaders to take up the
statehood omnibus bill. To each ot
their appcak they hare received replies
that at soon as the more important
national legislation was disposed of by
the liqtise they wdttldjhan be given
recognition At firsttlte true signifi-
cance of these statements did not
dawn upon the friends of the state-
hood bill. hiN they are beginning
to realize that practically all of the
tune of the house during this session
erf congress will bcuevoted to the con-
sideration of presslti" national legisla-
tion. Accordingly they have served
notice on Speaker Henderron that thc
cannot remain passive tnticli longer
and that he must accord them recog-
nition r. it Inn. the near future. The
Spsrtker lias tespondd with a prom
lie that next week he will endeavor to
give them an opportunity to have
their bill considered.
Next Houdai iurning an issue is to
be nfanc. Chairman ot the committee
on territories accompanied by Dele-
get p Hlyt.i tjnd Rodey anil Ptlter
friends of the statehood bill will pay
their TmaT visit IIT the Jlrtvtire "efftce
of the speaker. He will be asked then
to state a definite tn'c for the con-
sideration of the bill creating states
out of Oklahoma Arizona and New
Mexico. If he again procrastinates an
ultimatum mil be served on him. The
mends of the bill have been patient
long cnb'ugh and arc now determined
to take it up regardless of his vjishes.
For three weeks past Delegate Flynn
and Rodey on the republican side
Mark Smith on the democratic side
have been making a careful poll -of the
house. They have found that they can
rely upon a good majority to take tin
the statehood bill whenever the mo-
tion is made. They have also discov-
ered that there will be no opposition
and that some of thr strongest mem-
bers of the house will be against the
bill. It has 'been with the object in
view of allaying this opposition that
they lme -uiraucd the present concu
latorv course. Now they have reach-
ed that position where they must eith-
er fight for their rights even though
the struggle provikc violent opposi-
tion or allow tile bill to die on the
calendar of the house.
It is now within two months of the
adjournement of the present session
and if the bill is to be passed by the
house and considered in the senate it
must be taken up without further dclav.
There will be little oportunity next
winter to consider statehood legisla-
tion as the short session is invariably
consumed by the appropriation' bills.
Howccr if the present bill can be pars-
ed through the house so that it m&y
be considered by the senate commit-
tee on territories and reported back
to the senate at this session the
friends of statehood will be content-
ed to allow it to remain on the cal-
endar until next winter believing that
the can get that body to dispose of
it early in December
There is a hard fight on for the
friends of the bill but they thorough-
ly realize what is before them and arc
accordingly preparing for a struggle.
IMPORTANT CUSTOM RULING.
By Associated Press.
El Paso Tex. April 20. Collector
of Customs Oarrom has creatod a son-
satlon amohg tho cattlemen In El PaBo
by ruling that all imported Mexican
cattle under one. year of ago should
pay an Import duty of S2.75 per head
Instead of S2 as heretofore. Tho do-
olslon hut xalsjpd.a atqrm of disapprov-
al and one company has appealed to
tho authorities at Washington. Tho
Inlportlng season has Just openod and
tho rujlug will oftect . thbusands of
young baftlo. ' '
Wichita 'Business' Men Before (riter-
I I State .Commerce Commission.
TDy Associated Press.
St. Louis Mo. April 26. The Inter-
Statp Commerce commission mat to-
day for the purpose of investigating
the matter of rates facilities and prac-
tices applied in transportation hand-
ling and storage of grain and grain
products carried from western points
to tho Atlantic seaboard aud other des-
tinations. Last evening representa-
tives ot tho Wichita Chambor of Com-
merce and others cOncornud in Wichi-
ta business interests had a conference
with tha commissioner furnishing ma-
terial which may lotor on forovthe
subject ot an investigation. A com-
mittee of the Southern Millers' associa-
tion likewise had an InforrnaLi'talk
with tho commissioners.
CASTOR I A
j?or Infants and Children.-
Tta Kind You Have Always BwM
To trade 160 acres good bottom land
In Kansas foe Guthrie property. In-
quire for Reed at New York Hard-
Mrs. Susan B. Ryerson who is over 75 years of age says Daily's Purs
Malt Whiskey prolonged her life she is as hale and hearty
and feels as young as when 20 years old.
MllS. BC9AS B KYERSON. 7 EAR!- OLD
Osiffw's Purs mm WliEskif
Drings Health and Strength to Every One All Alo J Life's Pathway. 11 AWj
DiSC.Mion Stimulates and Enriches the Blood Invigorates the Brain Builds New
Tfsjue Tones Up ihe Heart Fortifies the System Against Diicasc Oernu and Pro-
'fongs Life. It is the Fountain of Youth.
t Mm wish to keep young strong nnd vigorous nml lia p on vour liP4 k the jjl' w of per
ii ilth. tnko DUFFY'S rlhlE MALT WHIHKEY regularly ft Utllkpooittul tn bH
i lo-'sol wnter or milk three tunes n. ilay una
ftro ii other medicine. It is dangerous to fill
ftir system with drugs; tiioy poison the systom
tid deprrss tho heart. Qiilnlno depresses tho
lAirt. whtlo DUFFY'S PUIIB MALT WJI1S-
'Ci.Y touee nnd invigorates tho heart action and
; t'r'.uo i (he Wholo RJstem.
lib siiro you get tho genulno. Boo that the
("hem t'n Head is on tho label and tho namo
" DnfT; MBit Whiskey Company " h blown In tho
bottle' Imitations nnd rubstltutes nro dangerous
amUnjurious You can buy Duffy's l'uro Mnlt
whijKey at nil druggists or grocers or direct for
FREE Medical booklet containing symptoms
ntul treatment of diseases nnd convincing tout I-
motih together with Doctor's ndvico sout free.
Two 7tiue counters for whist cuchro Ota
sent free on receipt of four cents to cover
postage Duffy Mnlt Whlskoy Company Kochoa-
tcr K Y.
Sheriff Sidney Scnnim of Pottawato
mie county was In the city yesterday
relative to tho reward offorcd by tho
governor In tho capture and conviction
of tho muredercrs Of Shorlffs Smith
nnd Deck at Anadarko several montha
ago. Schram's deputio sin a battle at
Wenoka Mound killed "Walter Swfford
who according to tho confosslona of
Mobley and "Williams In tho federal
jail was one of the murderers.
Sheriff Schram says that as Swofford
Is killed It will bo Impossible to con-
vict him and ho would Hko to know
when and how he Is going to get the
reward. He thinks tho Battlo at Wew-
oka Is sufficient trouble to a man
without having to wait for tho reward.
These matters have been so tied up
by the legislatures that It is a diffi-
cult tnattor for a governor to act In
A SIMPLE QUESTION.
Guthrie People Are Requested
Honestly Answer This.
Is not the word of a representative
oltlzen of Quthrlo more convincing
than tho doubtful utterances of peo-
ple living everywhere else In the
Union? Read this:
Mr. Samuel Trultt atono. mason
and brick layer of 910 W. Mansur
"Everyone ongagod In my calling
requires a good sound baak. When at
every attompt to stoop you fool
twinges noross the loins and after a
hard day's work you can scarcely
walk when on tho contraction of the
slightest cold tho trouble bocomos ag-
gravated nnd whnn some of tho at-
tacks are at the'r holght you are
scarcoly aide to go to work life Is not
Just at pleasant as Uio sufferer could
wish. I was thlB way seven or eight
years and I bollevo It I had not gone
to J. N. Wallace's drug store for
Doan's Kidney Pills and used them
as directed I would Btlll bo subjoot
to attacks. At tho prosent time my
back Is in hotter condition than It has
been for months thanks to Doan's
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
conts. Fostor-MIlbum Co Buffalo
N. Y. solo ngonts for tho U. 8.
Remember tho name Doan's and
take no substitute.
The Nowata city election was on
"wot" and "dry" linos and Constable
McCartney lined up with tho drys.
Tho Claromoro Progress says the boys
put un a jou up uuu. iuiijt iwus
of bricks shipped Jn with tho expecta-
tion that Frank would be on band to
"spill" the same but a quiet tip let
him onto tho job and' as a consequence
tho "spill" failed 'to take place and
tho boyB hod the fun ot footing the
The Dallas News' Washington cor-
respondent says that tho supplemen-
tary agreemont will bo adopted at
Washington unless there Is organized
opposition Ip IL The greatest objec-
tion to It among non-cillzons Is on the
score of the provision to sell lots In
the now towns to the highoet bidder
Improvements and all. a provision
wtiteb is a flagrant outrage.
ARTY AT 75
OKNTLKMBN I was very ill with grift am)
so run down tiutt the doctors lmil given mo m
on necount of my ago I am now ft yam oW
lhitTy'K 1'uro Halt Whiskey saved iirnl irolcni:
ed my llfo
I was induced to try It not bocautc I thought
it would lxno(lt mo. but for the renKin that I
had rend that others had teen cured by tlM ltw
of Duffy's l'uro llalt WliKkfty I H'vritti
without it It cives mo creoi streiirtuJU
without it It elves mo great stmiBtl
makes me feel young and 1 enjoy ripe old apt.
Kotlonu neoono of in v crandcfilfuron was Ukvn
il voune and 1 enjov rino ol
Not long agoono of my grandcfilfuron was taken
ill with a cold nnd 1 Know that n icw down or
Duffy's Pure Mnlt Whiskey saved It from seri
ous sickness i navo asked my son. ur .limn w
l'lcrce n wen-known fiiiysieian or west itii Nt
Coney Ihlaud nlnl Kheetislioail Ily t) r"mi-
mend It to his patients I onnnot senk too liigtil)
of Duffy's Idnlt Wlil.key.
SUSAN D UYEROTS.
H Rt. John's Haw Bi m.klyti
Wo rerplve thousand of lettvts tiom ot-l
mitan nml i IttMt t)sws Mtmbiu i linn t-sisss
similar to tlial of Mrs. Kysrson who say Duffy's
l'uro Ainit wuiMtey is a gotumim to siinemig
Dust Storm Worst In Memory of Old
By Associated Press.
Kansas City Mo. April 26. A spec-
ial from Clay Centor Kaa. says:
About 1 o'clock yesterday a terrific
dust storm of -alarming proportions
struck this elty. Tho wind which had
beon strong all tho morning froshonod
to a galo bringing with It clouds ot
dust that obscured the sun. Tho air
became so Impregnated with dust that
ono could not soo Half n block. The
sky assumed a pink tint and many
people sought shellor. It was tho
worst dust storm within tho momory
of old rosldontfl.
Tho Honrlotto Journal thinks the
Now York man who has succeeded in
concentrating" whisky until a Bmalll
pill is good jfor a Jag must have trav-
olod In tho Indian territory and seen '
the nocosslty for some such handy In
John McKeoner a negro who works
In the oil mill at Eutnula Is having a
run of rum luck. A while bak 1-r-got
bis arm caught tn the mill and
last week a 45-calibrn pistol Tell cm' of
his pocket and was discharged the
bail entering uicKeeuar leg.
Charles Gibson who calls himself
the Snake reporter of tllo Indian
Journal went' out the othar day in
soarch of snake root but found that
Uio whlto man hati ploughed it up.
But Gibson did not repine. He says
Uio white man bus furnished n vory
Hot bass ball Item from Pauls Val-
ley Kntorprise. Outhrey of the Wyne-
wood Free Press gloats over the fact
that tho first nine base ball team of
that town won In a game with a kid
team from Pauls Valley. And Outh-
rey umpired tho gamo. ThCt doos
(First published (n tno Daily Leader
April U 1902.)
Application for Liquor License
)Terrtoryi0r Qkiohoma( County of
Notice 1h hereby given that
W. B. Begloy
has this day filed in the office of the
county clerk In and for said county
his petition asking that a license be
granted him to soil at retail malt
spirituous and vinous liquors on
Lot 6 block 56 Fifth ward Guthrie
city. In said County and Tgrrltory.
If no protest bo filed on or bafora
May 10 1S02
his petition will be granted nnd
Witness my hand and the seal ot
Bald county hereto affixed this
! 26th day of April 1902
J. B. Dobson County Clerk
J By F. S. PiaHIam Deputy.
1 iv!l?43al Ifilr
CROPS ARE SLOW
ashiiiftton Ii C April j; The
l' the eastward it was ton tool m the
Middle tlantic and SouMrrn StaC
and drndedlj dry over the greater patt
kock Mountain regions in the Mn-
veek ending April 3 was w-irnicr than
tnc .nerage in the Pacific coast and
snnn Vallcj ami the northern Hutncts
ot th central v.ilhys and Mul-lli At-
lantic Stttes. Rain is badly needed
thr.vi..iom the Koeky Mountain dis-
truN and central a1les and would
proti bcnefucial in the Middle Allan-
tic States while excess of moisture has
hindered farm work in portions i the
central Gulf States. The latter part
of the week was marked by abnormally
hiKti temperatures in Kansas and Neb-
aska intensifying the drouth conditions
in those states. The general weather
conditions although not conduct no to
rapid advance of vegetation were cry
iaoranie lor karming operation m
nearly all parts of the country.
The progress of corn planting has
been rather slow except in Missouri
and the .Southern States this work
being about finished in the central and
the west Oulf districts. A large acre
age of ground i tirenarcd for nlanttncr
mas been done in southern Illinois but
none esewherc northward of the Ohio.
Tin early planted is coming up m
st inherit Kansas where cultivation has
Winter wheat has continued to make
.low growth. And on the whole is in
' s promising condition in the prinri
pal winter wheat states of the wntral
valU than at the close of the wre-
vivu week Moisture and milder lem-
pei .Hires are generally needed for this
crop throughout these districts and
also in the Middle Atlantic States. The
outlook in California continues prom-
ising and the crop has experienced im-
provement on the north Pacific coast.
Tile germination of early sown spring
wheat over the southern portion of the
spring wheat region has been slow
and seeding has been rctared by freez-
ing in North Dakota. The Red Riv-
er Valley lauds in Minnesota arc dry
ing nicely and seeding began on the
ijth. Some resettling wfll be neces-
sary in Minnesota as a rcsnilt of the
duststorm of April loth nnd nth. Seed-
ing has progressed favorably on the
north Pacific coast.
In the Missouri ami central Missis-
sippi Valley States onts arc makinr
slow growtli and arc much in need of
rain and warm weather. In the South-
ern States a very general improve-
ment is indicated. Seeding is well ad-
vanced in the northern districts ex-
cepting New England and the north-
ern portion of the Middle Atlantic
Wry good progress has been made
in cotton planting except in portions
of Tennessee the Carolina and
Florida and planting is ncaring com-
pletion over the southern portion of
the cotton belt. Over most of Texas
cotton is up to satisfactory stands and
plowing and chopping arc well under
of So. Glen Falls N. Y. des-
cribes a condition which thous
ands ot men
Read what lie
savs and note
of your own
case. Write to
ope for reply
and eet a per
sonal corroboration of what is
here given. He says regarding
"l suffered aeoniiing pain In the left
breast and between my shoulders from
heart trouble. My heart would pslpi-
tnte. flutter then skip beats until X
could no loner r he In bed. Niplit after
night I walked the floor for to be down
would have meant suilden death. My
condition seemed almost hooWeM wben
I began taking Dr Miles' Heart Cure
but it helped me from the first 1 alrr
1 took Dr. Mils' Nervine with tits
Ileait Cure and th effect was aston-
ishing. 1 earnestly ihiplore kimilar suf-
ferers to fe these remedies a trial."
Sold by svll Druggists
on guarn.nl oo. '
Dr. Miles Medical Co. Elkhart Ind.
Fresh Invoice of th
Direct frd'm the Factory In
in 5 io I5 and 20 cent sues.
Olsmith Arms Co.
Primary Setondary or Tprtlary Blood
Iniswm permanently cured You can
e neatH a how at a very small
mt and no rhargn tt we rati to euro.
If you have taken filer ury. Iodide
potash and still have ache and
pains mucous patches In mouth soro
throat pimples copper colored spot
ulcers on any part of the body hair
or eyebrows falling out. It Is this
Secondary Blood Poison that wo guarantee-
to cure This dlsoaso has al-
ways nafftwi the skill of tho most
eminent physicians No branch of-
llros. i'sp full address as follows:
Hall Chemical Co zos Kast Second
St. Jamestown N. Y
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
The 5 Minute Breakfast Food
S. W. Cor. 1st and Harrison
Fine liquors courteous treat-
ment and a nice free lunch
on Saturdays. A rood place
to spend awhile.
-sV1 .l.it.t.ni.1. Hi l
v v v
When you purchase
your lumber hero you
krvowlthatlyour Cblll of
specifications will bo
filled osccurtvtoly ixnd
t promptly:WWc tvre f
caroful to see thaU
there a.ro no defects in
.ny of the lumber or
buildlrvd material thtxt
goes out'of'this yard
E. L. BLINCOE
- - .. ! -htWl
For Business Lunch
a la Carte.
T. .1. IJAV1T.K 1'roi
c76e Old Smith fltxrn in
Having bought O.C Itockwell s lutri st
in the Hoarding liable Oor Cleveland unl
Vine t I Intend to run it as . nrx' iUhi
place ami all stock siitnuited ti irv jn
will rseelVB tha very bfldt attwitlon 1 4m
well posted a U Bare had a largr esjwi lr n e
In tbe boslneisand shall Im pleasecl to ba
you for a customer
Ricsdellxercd to any part of the - i
J. E. GeLskill.
I have been taking Rt
pan's Tubules for the dyt.
pepala and they have help
od me "wonderfully. I do
not know any particular
way they affect me but
they seem to give vigor to
my entire system. J had a
sort of languid feeling but
since taking the Tabulcs I
feel spirited and have not
that melancholy way about
nm I think they are good
.for a general build up ot
the8ystemas tliey fteetn to
act like a tonic
Tt Die cent paiket U nmuak l.i u
ordinary u c.ton The fatoily Ih.i
tlf (Occnlk contain a -nmff n
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