The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 131, Ed. 1, Wednesday, June 22, 1904 Page: 2 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA WEDNE6DAY JUNE 22 1904.
Base Ball foods!
of all Kinds
Mits for Lnft-ha-nded Boys
Spencer Hdw. Co
VICTOR. G. HOUSTON
Insurance. Real Estate
Agent for leading lire insuranc
Office: Rear Bank of Indian
c. L. WRIGHT
Plasterer and Contractor.
Residence 'phono 243. Good work
guaranteed and prices reasonable. Ro-
palr work n Hpeclalty.
313 No. 7th St. Guthrie 0. T.
DR. F. D. STALFORD Dentist
Rooms 2 and 3 over Guthrie Savings
Bank. Phone No. 80.
Oor. First and Harrison. Quthrlo Okla
j J ALT- THE BEST BRANDS OP '
LIQUORS WINES CI-
J OARS ETC.
Gontloman in Attendance ji
jj and BostSorvico In '
! tho City.
ALT. THE BEST BRANDS OF J
( BEER AND SOFT DRINKS. )i
Guthrie's Leading Hotel
Eaton & Van Duyn Props.
tatest.00andU.S0per day. All mod
M. LUTHER WEST
Notary Public and
Jr'roin tho old pipo attor ureaMast In
tho morning is tho best sdioko ot tho
day hut o get tho run boutnt go
down to Oisnutns ana Duy a pacitage
ot Cigar cuppings u cents or ot La
Honradez Clear iiavanua HinoKliig
totncco a Irish importation direct
Xrom Ha; mm Cuba u cents a puck-
II you preter cigars w navo them
and you will rotas a laignty nno smoice
unless you drop in and buy a lew
Una Clubhouse cigars light mild and
swoet they are undoubtedly the neat
summer smoKe in town.
0LSM1TH ARMS CO.
"We are 'buttin' in" the but-
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Onlv first class outfit inthe
territorien Write foi sarapjei
and jjel prices.
Cheaper and Deadlier
Than Ever Before
A the Fourth of July approaches the
mall hoy begins to get happy and to
wonder how he can make the most
nolae with the least outlay of capital.
NO poor man with a family figures
more to gfll th$ most out of his money.
Tho sirtnlj hoy want everything that
Will make a noise and he wants the
notsa to bdgln early In the morning
and to last late at night. He does not
care so much fpr boautlful displays of
fireworks such as set pieces roman
cnndlos skyrockets and the like: they
may be pretty but It Is Impossible to
sot one off with a roport loud enough
to frighten an electrle car.
Noiso Is the sole aim and object of
the existence of tho boy during the
84 hours of July 4 and the more noise
ho can make tho more merry will he
be. Tho man who Invents noise mak-
ing appliances and devices 1b well ac-
quainted with this foct and this year
has worked harder than ever tomeet
the demand of the small boy.
While catering to tho Juvenile de-
mands tho manufacturer does not for-
get tho grown small boy and the girls.
There arc contrivances which can be
usd by them to make a racket with-
out apearing actually ridiculous.
OIANT FIRIS CRCKERS.
Tho giant cracker Is bigger and bet-
ter arid choapor than over this year.
They comoln hunches and In indi-
vidual packages. Tho largest ones
make so much nolio thau tin anvil
sounds like a chirp of a cricket in com-
parison. Then the smaller ones are
guaranteed to blow a boy to glory
just as quick ns tho larger onee but
not In such a divided condition. Tho
little tiny fire crackers wIch soil for
sevoral bunches for a nickv and oven
cheaper later In the evening havo an
extra loud pop this year and aro guar-
anteed to make a dog run his best
when lighted and tied to his tall.
The blank cartridge pistol is Just as
much Is evidenco nmong the noise
producers offered for sale this year
as ever. They are Just as loud and
Just ns deadly. They aro choapor than
before and so are tho cartridges which
go with them. 'This Is one of tho fav-
orite nolso producers for the small boy
because it makos him feoi big to carry
a plBtol and because ho can shoot It
so often for such a small outlny In
cash. It is also handy to carry In
the pockot and shoot behind tho back
of some unsuspecting person. Stones
pebbles and shot may be Introduced
Into the blnnk cartridges and cats
dogs and children may be shot and
killed with it. This adds zest to the
sport. Then the fact thnt tho grown
peoplo object to children having thorn
adds moro zest; in fact great gobs of
Tho cane which explods largo caps
with with a crack llko a musket. Is
also offerod ns a noise producer. This
gonteel disturber of tho peace has been
Improved upon and Is now offered
to tho public with a repeating attach-
ment It will fire several times with-
out reloading. Tho size and power of
the cops used has been increased.
This mode of making a nolso does
not appeal strongly to the boys as Is
Is not dangerous onough. Tho only
chance of hurting any one with an ex-
ploding cane is to use it as a club
and most people object to such an HI
mannered way of Injuring peoplo on
the Fourth of July.
A new and very loud brand of tor-
pedoes or hand gronadoa has been ln
vented They are vory noisy and may
by constant use Injure the eye. They
are cheap too and do not require
The big bombs which are loaded
with powder and dynamite havo not
beijn Improved upon. They aro expen-
sive and on this account aro beyond
the small boy or any one else except
a Fourth of July committee which has
other people's money to 'spend. The
copper shells from the bombs nre just
as heavy as evor and are guaranteed
to knock holes In tin roofs and in
Thero aro many kinds of cap pistols.
Every conceivable design is Introduced
and tuTered for sale. Then there are
Iron hoadB which pop when a cap Is
placed in the mouth and the head Is
dropped on the sidewalk. Thore are
hundreds of other devices for the ex-
ploding of the paper caps.
Save the Children.
' Statistics will prove that
percentage of deaths among children
may be (racd to complications aria-
Inn from the early souring of milk by
bacteria. Cholera Infantum is the
moat fatal disease of lnranoy ana
common especially with bottle fed In-
fants. Teny DavU' Painkiller In the
emereeaoy Isthe best remedy and
sflvee many a child's life while the
doctor Is owning. 26 and SOo bottles.
Tho nnnuKl reports of County Clerks
IBehoU of Qrr countj and Hoag of
Woodward county wero reeeivad b-
the auditor today.
The report of Clerk EcholB shows
the valuation of' personal property In
! c-r county for tho year 1904 to he
J2.8-.9.08T lands. $2107098. town and
city lotn $105300; total amount of
the results of impure blood.
Aver s Sarsaparilla maKes the
Rev. Dr. McLeod Thanks God
For Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey.
REV. A McLEOD D D OF THE DETROIT PRESBYTERY. ilim I
"I am now In my 7TUI year nnd have served Ood fearlessly and to tho best of my ability In my chosen calling. For mora
than forty years I have been aflllctcd with dyspepsia and nervous prostration. At times I would get eo run down constitutionally
through overwork as to bo disqualified entirely from discharging my ministerial duties. Tho older I grew the more the disease
seemed to prey upon me. Tho most noted physicians failed to prescribe any medicines that benefited me. I could neither eat nor
sleep and for more than two years I had to take sleepiug powders every night.
"My nervous prostration became well nigh unbearable. But for tho grace of God helping me I would not be in the land
of the living. Languago fails to express tho agony of my mind.
"Something over a mouth ago I becan taking your preparation Duffy's 1'ure Malt Whiskey. In tho brief period of two
any? x xounu mat u ooean to neip mo. u
siuci' inuniK'ii. 1 inauic uoa mere is sucn
lople cspecisllr to use it. I
virtue of your preparation. I
understood." Yours very truly (REV.) A. KcLEOD D. D. Grecnleaf Mich. Jan. 122 1901
Rev. Dr. McLeod's endorsement Is but tho outpourlnp ot a grateful soul. Tho letter of a man who lia3 been relieved of great
suffering and who openly acknowledges the great medicinal value of Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey. Ministers of the Kospol doctors
ot medicine nurses and people in every walk of lifo unite in commending this wonderful medicino tho only porfect tonic-stimulant
tho one truo medicinal whiskey. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey euros coughs colds worst form of grip consumption bronchitis
pnoumonla catarrh dyspepsia and all kinds ot stomach trouble. It hover falls to build up a worn-out system to soothe the
tired nerves to bring perfect health to tho whole being. Every testimonial Is published hi good faith and guaranteed. For sale by
druggists nud grocers or direct $1.00 per bottle. Medical booklet freo. Duffy Malt Whiskey Co. Rochester. N Y
taxable property In Grctr county $5-
J81.989. Last yenr it was $I315C73.
The report of County Clerk Hoag
places tho valuation of porsonal prop
erty ;n Woodward county nt .ji&u.s.
my ;n nnociwaru coum-y .u .owa. -
III; lands $718942; town and city
lots $20570; total
GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILLT0NIC.
HaB stood the teat Twonly-flvo years.
Tho first and original tastoloafl chill
tonio. CO cants.
Primaries In Noble County the Scene
Perry Okla. Juno 22. A stronuous
time was hud at tho Third ward Dem-
ocratic prlmarlos hero yesterday.
Doyle Rowlos and others engaging In
a fistic contest. Both Doyle and
Bowles clnlm to have carried the coun-
Mothersl Mothers! Mothers!
How many children are at this sea
son foerlsh and constipated with
bad stomach and headache. Mother
Grav'B Sweet Powders for Children I
will always cure. If worms are pres-
ent they will -certainly remove them.
At all druggists. 25 ctB. Sample mail-
ed FREH. Address. Allen S. Olm-
stead. Lo Roy N. i.
AN AMERICAN PRODUCT.
Scores Another Great Victory In Ger-
many. Prof. Dr. Llntner. Director of the
"Scientific Station for the Brewing
Industry of B&tarta at Munich" upon
analyzing "Ptlwier Urquell" the
Iiam Af tliA ntiAri.AllntiA 1trllfinil' '
of Pilseu Bohemia and "Anheuser-
Husch's Budweiser." under dote of
May 17 1904 makes the following
statement awom to before Dr. Pndter
Royal Notary and verified by Hon.
James H. Wortnan U. S. Consul Oen-
eral at Munich Baarla:
"Uiion subjectlne the several beers
to a careful analysis 1 find that the
Budweiser Bear." submitted by the
' Anheuser-Busch Brewing Am n. St.
Louie V S A U very similar. In all
its characteristics to the finest and
best Pllsener beers. It is effervescent
clear and sparkling has a beautiful
creamy foam and is possessed of a
Pimples rashes eczema
debilitv these are some of
Your doctor will tell you how
blood ncn ana pure.i.x;.if:
gave me sirengiu neipeu my aigesuon souieu my nerves ami i nave gamea ten pounds
-u u iictiii.iuu k.j uu UU.I. U.UU I vn-uiuuiruu u.
l.n.l ..il Hnnnnt.nnml .ill
feel that it will held them. 1 will lie clad
a ineiucino 10 uo
am a temperance man and .1 do not think
pure wholesome tasto and an exquis-
ite hop flavor. Its keoptng qualities
j by far exceed those or tho Pllsener
i ueers resulting irom mo use oi tne
1 very oest i.uuenu.3 m urowmK aim
tho thorough maturity of tho product.
The analysis further shows that noiA "?
acids or other preservatives have been
used in its production and as a re
suit of my oxnmlnatlon I pronounce
'Budwoiser' a woll matured bottle
beer of the highest quality."
This acknowledgment coming as 1.
does from the recognized headquarters
of the brewing Industry of the oN.
world must be a great source ot gruti-
flcntion and in a measure a compensa-
tion to the Anhousor-Busoh people for
their unceasing efforts to produce the
; finest beer thnt can bo made.
No one would over be bothered with
constipation if evoryono Know how
naturally and quickly Burdock Blood
Bitters regulates the stomach and
SLAP AT THE PRESIDENT.
International Bookbinders In St.
Condemn His Open Shop
St. Paul Minn. Juno 22. Aftor
rmMlnir resolutions censuring Prosl
dent Roosevelt for his action In
Miller case. In connection with
public printing office in Washington
and electing officers the lnternation
al Brotherhood of BooKbfnders ad-
journed by singing "Auld Lang Syne "
doesn't make prosperity It the ex
pensos are greater. Did you eer fig
ure out what sickness cost! you per
disease nre headed off. Painkiller re-
lleves muscular cramps lumbago.
neuralgia and sciatica. 20 and 60
MANY ARE OUT OF JAIL.
The New Appeal Law Helps the Prls
oners of Irdlan Territory.
Muskogee. I. T. Jun 22. The new
law permuting criminals to give bond
... ... ..
In appeal oases anu tue soiling oi so
muoh land in Indian territory has had
the elfeot of depleting the Jails of 60
per cent ot their luraatea. In the Jail
of 4.ho western district thore are now
only J 60 urtBonerR. The average num
ber 13 from 260 to 300. Last
iu.ni.mc nnnaart a law which aamitten
I to ball prisoners who Were held while
doctors' bills medicine bills $ A A
to say nothing of the suffering. A A S
strikes llko a knife in A W V
if. loft alone; with Perry X A A
' Painkiller the terrors of this A A A
Uses and Commends
MALT WHISKEY in
The Great Preacher Was
Cured of Dyspepsia and
Nervous Prostration of
Forty Years' Standing by
the Wonderful Medicine
WhoseV irtues He Extols.
Honored and Respected
Among Men After More
Than 50 Years of Con-
stant Service in the Pres-
byterian Church the Rev
A. McLeod D.D. Who
is Still Faithfully Pursu-
ing His Calling Makes
the Following Frank and
Outspoken Statement of
What Duffy's Pure Malt
. Whiskey Has Done for
lunnl. utllli 1B.nl. lMlnt.-.ln.... ..am.. 1. ..!....
to answer any communications in retard to
ifjwf.u ii. .4h. uivbcuuuuii iiuiibliluliiiiih
my position in this matter will bo mis
an appeal was pending. This relieved
the jat.J of all who wtre able to make
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oonds. Tho majority of the prisoners
in torrltory Jails are negroes nnd In-
diana and since theso have been able
t sell their land they have been ou'f
to make bond most of them furnish
Insr cash bf-nrls.
The laller tor tho western dlstilct
says the Jails will fill up again as soon
an the nionev is ppent. In some cases
thre are prisoners who gavo a cash
bond and were arrested again and
anin eamo up with tJie cash for
their release. It takes a freedman or
an Indian a very short tlmo to part
with the proceeds of his land and it
will not be long until the Jails will
bo crowded moro than over before
fnr hnvlng had money they lose their
respect Tor labor and when the money
is qone they will not ?f to work again.
INDIAN TERRITORY TEACHERS.
Most of the Instructors Have Resi-
dences in the States.
Muskogee I. T. Juno 22. The sum-
mer normal schools In the Indian ter-
ritory closed yesterday and the sup-
erintendent nnd supervisors will pro-
ceed at once with the selection of
teachers for tho fall terms of school
While It is not obligatory it is expect-
ed that all teachers will attend some of
(he schools nnd a good showing inado
at one of these guarantees good stand-
Inn; with the appointive powers
Thero were C47 teachers attending
tire normals held this summer All
these will be given places in Indian
torrltory schools and pn account of
the now school system thore will he
many moro teachers required The
enrollment shows n vory largo per
cent of tho teachors to he from out
side the territory. Out of seventy
teachers In the Creok nation sl-ctv are
from states and only forty-five claim
Indian territory as their logal resl
donee. This is explained by the sup-
erintendent and tho supervisors who
say. that persons ot sufficient educa-
tion to toach school soon find more
lucrative employment and quit teach-
ing 'while llitr places arc supplied by
teachers who como in from the over-
crowded lists from the states.
A blessing alike to joung and old;
Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Straw-
berry; natjre'6 specific for dysentery
diarrhoea and summer complaint
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