The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 132, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 7, 1902 Page: 4 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA. WEDNESDAY MAY 7 1902.
Published Dally ealiijn Buirtai
tjf-SI.IE NIUt.ACK. KbITOH.
MBMOeIi OF THK ASSOCIATED PftUSH
si llK RIM KkN UATHS DAILY
One month delivered In city I
One roontn. uy man
One year in advance
WEDNESDAY. MAY 7 J002.
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For Delegate to Congress.
A loading out of town Itepulblcan
resnarkod tho othor day: "I have
nothing to say about tho propriety ot
Governor Dames' recent Oklahoma
City speech but thoro Is no getting
around tho fact that he spoke tho
truth and that's what hurts."
Interest Is keon over a well doflnod
case of amrioslnt Man ' started for
Chicago and came to In Antwerp af-
ter having 8ultorqdiaiUqcllpso of
memory for six months. Amnesia
must bo what politicians get after
they're olectad'to -office.
HARD ON THE EXECUTIVE.
There ftrc foot eppugh4apablo. nien
to go 'round hut the difference In tho
supply and demand Is not so great as
would bo indicated "by '"the pinhWds
who got to the front by a pull or
Frank Greer has discovered that
tho school book contracUenn bo lot
after all. Greer has probably taken
the precaution to cinch tho board bo-
fore ho made this announcement
Greer madfc an awful roar against the
American School Book Co. but Us
dollars to doughnuts tfhnt If ho gets.
.... ... ...
a crack at the contract ho will
squeezoi tho iitqrrltory of cvory dollnr
thcro Is in IL
FURNISH THE PROOF
Senator Hanna Is tiuotod as doolar-
ing that Gouornl Wood has been guilty
of "pcrsecutlng" Itathbono and that
tho conviction of the accused post"'
official is liu to the positive orders
Issued by Wood to the Cuban court.
This Ik a mm ions charge to bring
against a man of Wood's standing and
past re(oid Unless the Ohio senator!
In prepared to substantiate It by solid
proof he Is like)- ' find that his ef-
forts to clear h mer aiunt lmvo
overshot the line Nof tlnnWgt In-
teresting font u re of tj a situation U
tho fact that Genoral Wood is a very
close frlQnd of Uiq prx3idont.
PROTECTION AND SUBSIDY.
President Harry Ilawos of tho Jof-
forson blub of St. Louis Is making an
effort to reorganize tho Jackson Coun-
ty club and tho Monroo club nt St.
Jojoph on tho snmo plan and under
tho samo namo as the SL l-ouls organ-
ization. Tho object is to insure -concerted
action In the stnto campaign.
If tho reorganisation plan works .as
mieretwfully an that of the Jefferson
club It Is cetralnly worth trying. Har-
monious and united work In the three
metropolitan cltles-vrould add thoj-
Bands of voles to the majorities the
country Democrary is always depend
ed upon to roll up.
A NEW MARVEL.
For some little timu past vague ro- i
ports have beeu in circulation to the
off oct that the officials of the weather
buroau at Washington wero engaged
n AxpeUmentlng in vlroleM tele-
graphy and that; the most satisfac-
tory results were anticipated. The
report tuniB out to be quite true and
now takos on a detinlto shnpo of a
starting ciiara'cllr. For two yoara tho
weather bureau officials have boen
engaged secretly in their experiments
chiefly in nn out-of-the-way spot on
the coast or North Carolina and not
until tiny hate acnieved definite re-
sults "have their operations (eased to
bo a euet.
The silent trio part of the vrk has
been done by Profeesor Keginald A
FeHBniln. who was appointed a spe-i.)! je nourishment and
clot agent of the weather lr..ftu ln'sfp th jbtaincd irvm Sl-0tt
1900 to enable him to enter upon his T f . i .
task .d. hpiim wkM. promised !Linuln are . i great lelul tu
the so. ...v urn the fariutiHs rotpiir-thc exhausted system.
od. Thl i.. l.mlnary in the sclen ' This treatment aloiu ufton
title flrmnrnmr is in his thirty sixth
year onH anu although born in ran
ada is of imnan partntug'' and a
genuine Amenvan in all ru.j)ttu His
education wan receUed chiefly In Can-
ada mit all his active life has been
passed on this side of the boundary I
lino For four years ho was connect
cd with the Edison Sdooratorv
for eight years previous to entering
upon his experiments under govern-
ment auspieies ho was professor of
electrical engineering nt tho Western
University of Pennsylvania.
In tho two yean? that Proraffior Fes-
sonden has devoted excltfBtyijtJV to the j
Mi.suojeci oi wireless loiegrapiiy n is.
' claimed that he has surfripia Mar-j
conl Sluby and all the other experi-
menters and theorists In this new
field having already achieved the
most splendid results wljli still more
dazzling suceossos fairly within his
grasp. Tho teats ot tho Fossenden
system which wore made last week.
rin the presonce of General Grcoly the
i chlof signal offlenr of tho army and
J naval and coast survoy experts" have
boon pronounced eminently satisfac-'
tory and are declared to sustain fully
tho claims of their conductor. Tho
' Fossondon systom Is essentially dltf-
oront from tho other wireless tele-
graphic methods especially in doing
away with tho cumbersome and un-
satisfactory "coherer" ana In using
what Is known as "perfect contact" i
wth solid metal In tho receiving ap-
paratus. Ono romarkablo feature of
tho now systom Is the claim that tho
results are achieved with an oxpe'n-
dituro Of only- one-fifth tho ''energy" thank you a thousand tlmea for your kind ad-
ronntrml l.v ntW .vntmrD nnll nn.1 ': J!" '"A""" ? "at It vraa through
required by other syBtoms and an
other that it is free from the possi-
bility of being interfered with or tap-
ped by an outsider. Now that Pro-
fessor Fessenden's experiments and
achievements aro no longer involved
in secrecy their scope and character
will be genorally discussed and in a
) short tlmo the world will learn wheth
er or not it Is true that a greater
than Edison Tosla or Marconi has
arisen to startlo It with fairly lncredl-
Holds Up a Congressman.
"At tho end of tho campaign" writes.
. . ... ' ' . '
Champ Clark Missouri'. brilliant
congressman "from ovorwork nerv-
' ...... of congress. Both of those tribes aro
stnnt spoaklng I had about utterly' A. .
' " ... .. In tho Pottawatom o reservation.
v;uiiusuu. jb Duviiiuu ium uii iiiu ur-
gans In my body woro out of order
but three bottles of Elcotrlc Bitters
mado mo all right. It's the host all-
around medicine over sold qvor a
druggist's counter." Ovor workotl
run-down men and weak alckly wo
men gain aplondld health and vitality
from Bloctric Bitters. Try thom.
Only SOe. Guaranteed by Whoeler
The Sac and Fox Indians gave an
Informal dance In honor of visiting
brethe-n from Kansas which lastod
for ten days at Bellemont. A local
newspaper in speaking o fthe func-
tion said the costumes worn by tho
bravos woro highly orlgnal consisting
mainly of a jng and a coat of paint
Sciatic Rheumatism Cured After
Years of Suffering.
"I ha"8 boon afflicted with sciatic
rheumatism for fourteen years" says
Josh Edgar of Gormantown Cnl.
"I was able to ho around but con-
stantly snffored. I tried ovorything I
could hoar ot and tit last was told to
try Charaborlaln's Pain Balm which
I did and was Immediately rolioved
and in a short tlmo cured and I am
happy to say it has not slnco return-
ed." Why not ub this llnlmont and
got well? It Is for gaio by C. J Rflp-
fro. f .
"I consider Mr. IMwin Souther.'
production of 'Monte Cristo' a great
prfonnanee-n good as the beet."
Sol. B. Dorr Urbana Ohio.
Health Drives Young Wlfe'to
clde at Weatherford Okla.
Weatherford Okla 4May 7. the
young wlfo of Judge Cardwell a prom-
inent lawyer of Woataarford Okm.
committed sululde last night by tak-
Ingstrychnlne. Ill health Is assigned
as the cause of tho rash act.
A BREATHING SPELL
If the consumptive could
only keep from getting worse
it would be some encourage-
ment. Scott's Emulsion at least
cives tired nature a breathing
cnaijlt" the cotiMiiiiuic to
i;.itlur f.rte moi.gh to throw
u!t the ili-vtM-e altogether
bcutt's I.imiUion hiiti
strength to the lungs and(flebh
to the body.
u Nt Uwai m St. N Y.
What Mokes the Home?
Not the house however fine it may be;
not its furniture pictures and appoint-
ments. The wife and mother makis the
home and to speak of going home
mentis to go back into the shelter of the
mother's love and care.
And when womanly ills sap tht
mother's strength the home-life suffers.
The food is not cooked as she cooks it
lack of wifely
fulness is apparent
What a chanf
then when tins
wife and mother
comes back to take
her old place in the
of women who be-
cause of womanly
ills had been shut
out of home life
and home happi-
ness have been
enabled to once
more take tiir
Slace in the fnmily after being cured by
r. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It
establishes regularity dries weakrning
drains heals inflammation and ulcera-
tion and cures female weakness. It
makes weak women strong sick women
"1 commenced taking your ' Favorite Prescrip-
tion and 'Golden Medical Discovery' about
the lcth of last December one j ear aeo" writes
Mri lilita Wright of Mountain view Howell
Co Missouri "I have been very slow about
tirdt irAmtmA !
"""" y. HiinuuKn i am inanKIul I am
tlie privilege of aavlnjr I
your kind advice and your medicine and the
win oi me Aoru mat I am living-to-day I am
in better health than I have been for three
yeara I have taken one-half dozen bottles of
each medicine. I fim able to do my washing
for four In fnmily.'and all my housework cook-
ing and milking. In fact. I feel like a sew
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure con
stipotion and its almost cc ntless conse-
quences. They do not fact on tb
system nor beget the pill biWt
Representative Curtis ot Kansas
has 8ecured tllO insertion nt n rlnncn
In tho Indian appropriation bill setting
apart $80000 for both tho Iowa and
J tho Sac and fox Indians. Each trlbo
has ?1S0000 in its trust fund and
- . ...
tho IndlanB show that they have made
. . . '
CPod uso ot tholr money tho rema ndor
.v... ... ''
wlU'bc given Uiom at tho noxt session
We offer Ono Hundred Dolla.-o Jv.'ord
for nny case of catarrh thut cannot be
oured by Hall's Catnrrn Cure.
P. J. CHENBY & CO.. Props
Wo the underslKned hai-o known P J.
Cheney for tho Inrt 15 yuan and believe
him perfectly honorable In nil business
transactions ami financially alilt to uarry
out any obligations made n Mi ir flr-ii
WKST & TltUAX Wholesale Druastat.
WALUIKG KINNAN MAUVIN
Wholesale Dni(1sts. Tolnlo. O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Irfrnal-
ly. acting directly upon the blood and
roucoua aurfaces of the system. Price
7o. per bottle. Sold by all DrugglaU.
Hall's Pamlly PIU ar the bt.
The Batlesvlllo Magnot prints the
following: "First Nov York Crook-
'I suppose you found things livoly in
Okldhoma? Second New York Crook
'Qli yB. Whllo 1 was trying to
bunco a hayseed he picked my pocket
and boforo I could complain to tho
pollco I was sand baggod by tho glsh-
op of tho diocese. "
Reveals a Great Secret
It Is often asked how such start-
ling ouros that puzzle tho host phy-
slcans aro effected by Dr. King's
Now Dlscovory for Consumption.
Horo is tho BocroL It cuts out tho
phlogm and gorm-Infoctod mucous
and lots tho llfo-givlng oxygon on-
rich and vitalise the blood. It heals
tho lnilnmed cough-worn throat and
lungs. Hard colds and stubborn
coughs soon yield to Dr. King's Now
Discovery the most Infallible rem-
edy for all throat an dlung diseases.
Guaranteed bottlos 50c nnd JI. Trial
bottles free at Wheeler & Son's.
Two toughs the Goodln hrothors
shot up tho town of Lexington tho
othor day and wero making tholr bluff
stick but they camo to grlof when
thoy attempted to nold up the mar-
shal for that offlolal promptly turned
the contents of a doublo-barreled shot
gun Into the pair killing one and seri-
ously wounding tho othor. The day
o fthe bad man has passed In Okla-
homa. Tho eternal scbool book tow is as-
suming Tlolont phases In Oklahoma
at the present tlmo owing to tho faot
that tho contract with tho American
Book .company has expired. Four
firms of publishers aro after the now
contracL and If one-half they say Of
each othor is true tho wondor Is how
they keep out of tho penitentiary.
A Stroud citlsen has a curiosity In
tli eehape of a live four-logged chick-
en. This variety of barnyard fowl
ought to become very popular with
tho colored residents of Oklahoma
and no du-.bt will It it tan be suc-
A new town has been laid out In
Lincoln couuty. south ot tho Sac and
Fox agency it wfll bo called Charles-
ton and is situated on the line of tho
Fort SmJt1! and Western railroad.
8 Renfro's Drug Store for
We have the best line of Cigars that can be
o found. Call and see them.
S? fresh drugs a specialty
Indorse Duffy's Pure Malt Whisky as
a Cure for Hay Fever and
Dr. John V. Hennessey of Clinton
avenue Albany In tho course of his
addrosd before tho Medical Society of
tho State of New York said: "For
Hay Fcvor would suggest a llttlo of
Duffy's Pure Malt Whisky." This re-
mark was brought out in tho discus-
sion which lasted nearly a half a
a ay ovor tho worthlossness ot ao-call-ed
Hay F.over and Asthma remedies
which all tho doctors In the conven-
tion decided woro practically worth-
less. Dr. Wlllard H. Morso ot Wostflold
N. J. says:
"A poor circulation results In slug-
gish bk'id which is unequal to tho
task of carrying off tho refuse of tho
secrotlons. Tho consoquonco is that
tho systom becomes deranged and dis-
ease Is suro to follow."
What Is tho effect of a puro alco-
holic stimulant Hko Duffy's Puro Malt
Whisky lh sucli a case?
The arterial blood is made to flow
faster the waste material that clogs
the system is burnt up and eliminated.
The heart io strengthened and the
pulse steadied. The respiration be-
comes deepor whllo the brnln Is
soothed and calmed.
Madame Sarah Bernhardt the great
French actress says that Duffy's Pure
Malt Whisky is tho host rocuporator
when a person is tho last bit fatlguod.
Sho adds: "I know of nothing so por-
feet or so pure "
Tho formula was discovered In 1800
by ono ot tho world's groatost chom-
ists. This wonderful whisky has sav-
ed tho lives of thousands of pooplo
who wero apparently doomed by that
droaded of all diseases consumption.
For fifty years Duffy's Puro Malt
Whisky has stood tho most crucial
tost of doctors and chomists and Is
today recognised and indorsed by tho
best authorities In tho medical pro-
fession as the host known stimulant
and tonic on account of Its absolute
purity and medicinal properties.
When an article has been so long
before the public and carried tho
blessings of health to many thousand
homw"unftltollr"uGalors will try to
soil bogus goods gotten up to lmitato
Duffy's Pure Malt Whisky. When you
purchase a bottlo of Duffy's Puro Malt
Whisky soo that tho seal over the cork
Is unbroken and that tho label Is on
tho bottlo and tho name Duffy Whis-
ky Co. blown In tho bottle.
It Is to your Interost to guard
against bogus goods and Imitations.
' ' i
Coughs and colds down to the vory
borderland of consumption yield to
tho soothing healing influences of Dr.
Wood's Norway Pino Syrup.
Tho tenth annual session of tho
Oklahoma Modioal association will
meet at Oklahoma City on the Hto
and 18th ot this month. An interest-
ing programme has been prepared.
Stand like a Stone Wall.
Between your children and the tor-
tures of itching and burning eosemn.
acaldhead or other skin diseases
How Whv by utdav Bucklen's Ar-
nka Salve earth's greatest healer.
Quickest cure for ulcere fever sores
salt rheum ruts burns bruises. In-
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j nullum iui jiiiub. jbi; at tmeuier cc
j Bookwnrfc iob prating legal blanks
notarial outfits can be found at the
Best in the City and Ice
enfro Drug Co.
Opposite P. O. 4Uu W.
Those Idiotic Questions
"What are you going ir there for?" Asked the
idiot of a fellow who was entering a barber shop.
"To get an automobile.of course." was the reply.
If you should see a man come into a wall paper
store and ask for a box of Dr. Bugg'7" " lgg Pills
for Buggy People 7ou would feel like yelHng
for Policeman Myers to handcuff him and haul
him off to a drug store where such things are
appropriately kept. There is a proper place for
everything and the proper place to buy wall
paper is at a wall paper store We have made
the business a study for years and can give you
information and advice about interior decoration
that will be of value to you. Largest stock re
tailed at wholesale prices.
.03 w. harbison
Notice to Citizens.
All residents of Guthrie aro hereby
warned to clean up and abate all
nuisances on property whore they livo
and adjoining alloys. I shall positively
enforce ordinances pertaining to samo
By complying with aoove request you
will save trouble and extra expense to
O. C. Brown
Genoral rental and collection agency.
J. B. Grooh 212 W. Oklahoma.
Guthrie Public Library.
Stapleton block caBt room upstairs.
Tho library is open on all secular
days oxcept Mondays and legal holi-
days from 10 a. m. to 6:30 p. m. Opon
on Sunday from 1:30 p. m. to 5:30
p. m. I
The Sock Island Says
If it had not absorbed the Choctaw
it would have paralleled every mile
of itsrootd throuah Oklahoma.
We knew it; yes wo knew it and
wo "told you so.""
The New York Racket is absorbing
the trado of Guthrie and Logan coun-
ty and parallel lines have been run
with the competitors (?) who pretend
to get thoro.
Look at tho stores going out ot
business; selling below cost (?); also
stores paying half a dollar for dollar
on tholr purchases whllo tho New
YorK Racket is mounting step by step
to tho foremost place among the mer-
chants of Guthrie.
The people laugh to scorn the boasts
of morcbants on their "special
prices" which ar0 always downed at
tho New Yprk Racket where every
day Is a bargain day.
$ NEW YORK RACKET
SQB GEORGE H. KING Prop.
V 115 W Htxr Av. Guthrie Okla
(EL PaJnt Co.
ave. wholesale fa Retail p"0"
Bookwork Job prating legal blanks
notarial outfits can bo found at the
West Side Congregational Church.
Thero will bo an Ico cream soia
on Saturday ovcltlng with music al
selections. Come bring your friends.
See young mnldon that thou tai
not a substitute for tho genuine Rotky
Mountain Tea macio by the Madlbon
Medicine Co. If thou Hkest they face
Ask your druggist.
Ping-Pong table at Vance's Cigar
store. Got in line. Come in"fcnd try
Stock certificates bonds and all kind
of blank w"brk engraved and printed
at tho Leader office.
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