The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 147, Ed. 1, Tuesday, July 12, 1904 Page: 4 of 8
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iT-. v THE WADER GUTHnlE OKLAHOMA TUESDAY JULY 12 1904. !
BY LESLIE Q. MULaCJv.
MRMtlKH OF TUB AJOtilATlib PJtEdfa
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clusive afternoon .publication In Guthrie
ana so miles radius
Ho. & Kas. Business. 75; Editorial 69.
lrk. Valley Business 75; Editorial C9.
TUESDAY JULY 12 190
KMOCklNQ A POET.
It U much the fashion to -knock.
Alfred Austin. ioot laureate of Eng-
land and tntth to tell ho has printed
some vorso of a mediocre quality. But
more than U'Bly nlno-tonths of the
port parugrnphors who pot Off tho old
familiar gngs when Austin prints a
poem have nevor takon tho trouble to
'ead it through; or if they have lead
It can not strike their flngors upon any
specific defects. They "knock" be-
cause U is 'he fashion to "knock" Aus-
tin. Were ho to publish a poem
worthy of Shelley or Byron the anvil
t.TT!!" T"?'.ii "triltp up the same old
tune. A late te&M Th I.nispendent
contains Austin's most recent bit of
-sorse. Woreprlnt it here because it's
good '.and Jf any of tho higher or of
the lower critics can find nnythlng the
I matter with ft either In tho quality of
o o o oooooooooo oleeffifceBs$e
SPIRIT OF THE
O O O OOOOOOOOOu
"The Full Dinner Pall."
Cestos Roportor- Tho Republicans
are o ashamed of tho diminutive sire
jf the "full dinner pall" of tho past
four yeais that thoy havo bo far re-
frained from comment.
B Reno Globe: And Bryan seom&f
o have been u the convention not
withstanding thtf" Republican press
havo been howling thoinsolves ylth J
doliqht over tho alleged
that he was "not in it"
TO CLEAN UP FOR FALL STOCK.
Alva Courier: Swallow and Carroll
thought or manner of expression wo haVG beon n0Tninated by tho Prohlbl-
THAT PANAMA APPROPRIATION
will bo grateful for an Itemized bill of
particulars. It is called "Forgive
tlonists for their candidate for pres-
ident and vlco prcsldont. If there is
Wc carry the best coods and are maklntr a birr reduction in Prices for the
THIRTY DAYS. You will make a mistake if you do not buy your
Drugs Paints Oils Stationery and Wallpaper of us.
The finest line of Cigars in the City. All kinds of Cold Drinks
Renfro's Drug Store
206 West Oklahoma Avenue.
Jnnvtlitni? In names there will be a
Tnn mnrb mnnv nftnn makes a man Nnw hnrv with the dead years con-'-OBf i-iitnt- nn.i ninine Just what they vcU ! end Jit'
. 4.HU....V WA. .......... .0
a fool. filets dead m thoir campaign. Swallow surely wat wo luu l"0"' "" v
It does no less for a nation. Look And with fresh days let all begin anew. apos not drink however much "Car
at Panama Why longer amid Bhrivoieu leai-urms
"When Uncle Sam handed a few mill-1 tread.
Ioub m cash to that llttlo nation it was When buds are swolllng flower-Bhoaihs
freely predicted that an era of dlsslpa- J peeping through
Seen through the vista of tho vanished
How trivial seom tho strugglo nnd the
tlon was about to arrive.
Tho thing hasn't reached the drunk-nnd-in-tho-uuttor
stage yot. but the
Panama government has appropriates crown.
500000 to soud donoral Huertas on n'ow vain past fends when reconr.Il
tour of Investigation. Ho is expected I jnB tenrs
to look over the military establish-' Course down tho channel worn by van
jnents of other nations and return
homo bloated with ideas.
Of course tho general will have a
good time while tho monoy lasts. Ho
will see Europe and If thore is any-
thing that Europe enJoyB bottor than a
man with money to incinerate It has
not been named yot.
Franco alone could give him a mn
for tho entire bunch of money and
e en force him to call for more.
And no man with his country's wel-
fare at heart could miss tho marvelous
military system ai Monte Carlo where
a fortune melts like strawberry ice
cream in July.
Panamu has as much need of a mill
n-v eviiom nn Switzerland has of a
navy. There will bo no very important and Logan count
disturbance in that country In which
the real policeman Uncle Sam will
not have n say.
Tho New York Sun wisely remarks
that Panama would havo shown a glim-
mering of souse had sho invested tho
How few' nig&n half ".! ' bitterness ibej
Words more than feelings kcop us still
And In the heat of passion and of
The tonguO is far more cruel than tho
Since love alone makes It worth while
Lot all bo now forgiven and forgive.
Will the taxpnyors ever have a
chance to "see tho oooks?"
It would appear that hard times and
high taxes go haud In hand In Gutrhle
roll" may sing.
WAYS TO ADVERTISE.
Congressman The wiie mb mht Cnntiy see which
I tue neat jiemou.
If .you have goods to sell advertise.
Hire a man with a lampblack kettle
nnd a brush to paint your name and
An active county campaign lnvarS
nhlv rt-sultR in an Increased demand
money In educating a sciuau oi aociura uj)fm the p0)r and lnBauo unUi
in tho host methods of ngnung tropica
To go furthor. ?M000 put into edu-
cation would do more for Panama than
the iiivotmont of every dollar gotten
from tho United Btatos In uniforms
What Panama neodB is common
U tho opposition to Judge Parker
didn't prove anything oIbo it at lonst
Perhaps shrewd Tammany intention-
ally did that way to make Parker's
nomination a sure thing.
Tho difference between an autobio-
graphy and an automobile la that ono
Klves you life while tho other takes it.
John Sharp Williams nppears to have
beon the stalwart friend of Oklahoma
and the Indian territory on the com
mittee on resolutions. Our member llmr on li the railroad fences. The
was Roy Stafford we know without car8 g0 whizzing by so fast tlint no
any further report that he kept the one can read them to be sure but
statehood matter everlastingly beforo' perhaps the obliging conductor would
tho committee nnd because we kndwjitop the train to accommodate an ln-
he would do it was the reason that OuWtlvo passenger.
w . . . m- Have your card In the hotel register
Pottawatomie county was so thor- a stRingerg BtoppDg at
oughly In favor of his going as a hotps for B ngUt K0I)crallj. bl)y a dgar
delogate. 0r two before they leave town and
they need Bouie inspiriting literary food
Blaokwell News J During the past bexides.
twonty-seven years Now York has If n advertising agent wants your
nfcnnfro.r hnok nnd forth from Domo- business advertised in a fancy frame
cratic to Republican and from Repub- Jbc depot pay blm about 200 per
l.can to Democratic yet during .11 STlt tt .en . "n ta.
that time Judge Alton B. Parker as hree.qllarte of f0cond ltl whch to
a Democrat has hold ofTlco from catdl a tran ne tnvnrlably stops to
Judge of his county to hlB present rcnj depot advertisements and your
1 position of chlof Justice of the appel- card might take his eye.
lalO COUrt OI JNCW JOT UlU uisuuen. ui vuunx.- iuc mini iut..uuu.t.t.
Judicial position in the state. There Jod"Be Is excellent When n man's An-
must be something in tho man who "2 nPff:
J canwshow such a record. Ho takes .
no active part In politics but retires ndvGrtiSOment.
Oklahoma City's tax loyy is 19 1-2 to his farm at the close of his terms Uave thousands of little dodgers
of court and devotes nis auenuon iu printed nnd ulre a row uoya to uis-
farmlng and raising flno cattle ho tribute them. You've no Idea how the
having one of the finest bred herds lunk denier and paper and rug man
of cattle In that Btnto. ' i will respect you.
I A boy with a big placard on n pole
. . T m -...- 1b an Interesting object ou the street
Blaokwell News: Two years ago na q dimQil . l0 your cgtab.
tho writer delivered a political ad- jlgl)racnt- nre al(0Ut tw0.
dress nt Tonkawn whoreln he. calloA Advertise on n calendar. People
attention to tho fact that if Bird never look nt a calendar to see what
W. M. Bronson. L C. Bronson.
BRONSON & BRONSON
farm Loans Insurance Abstracts
Only complete abstracts of tUle in Logan County
You pay interest and principal at our office.
Oldest &l1 largest insurance agency in Oklahoma
?18We?tUOklaffAve. GUTHRIE OKLA
New Dormitory. New Auditorium. New Music Hair Academic Urgreeft. School of Mutic.
Art. Oratory and Domestic Science. An elegant Co'lege Home Kxcluslre Patronage
For Catalogue addreits M118 IV. T. MOOHE. J'rulilrnt CulomblM Mo
mills; Guthrie's 34 E-G mills
verity Bat neslsm .comes high.
John D. Rocketdllor's old schoolmas-
ter Is publishing the poems and coin-
positions widen John wrote In his HVSnuIro should be elected the Tonka day of tiie month it is.
schoolboy days. Yet some people say wa p.0Paratory school would be dls- glnnce hurriedly at it so as to be sure
that our teachers always love us.
Ono of tho current magazines has an
article upon "The Story of tho Oystor;kawa as poUcal combo
criminated ngainst in a Republican ' yur TT .. .V
statehood b But our speech Was .
denounced by tho Republicans of Ton- .. rBnl.lpd iejrltimilto eWsnaner.
us Told by Himself." Tho UUe sounds
as If tho article might bo tho autobio-
graphy of Sonntor Fairbanks.
Not for n moment Your advertise-
Marshall Field was vory unwilling
to run for vice president Though he
bolloves in marking down his goods
he doesn't believe in marking down
himself from first to second place
It costs only ?10 to get an undosli-
nbin immlerflnt brought over to this
I country and then about ?300 to get
Mr PerdlcariB ought to have his jim sent back home Tho Open Door
naturalization papers taken away from hag a decided tendency to open in ouly
him if ho insists upon continuing to ono tijr00tion.
live nt Tanglers. ' s
One advantage pvor Philander
Kurokt does not appear much In tha Knox's nap in the dopartmont of Jus-
public eye. But he nppoars to the Rue-tico tiiat his nap In tho sonato will
-t ...4M .fn.i.l llllin lia film- !... I .t.n I. n.n't n QMUDJlr' 1 f
Brnn t?r uiuwu ihwhi - --- iiuvv io mm. i w . w -..v-"" .j j
slans wish him to. Interrupt his slumbers nt nil so lone
I as he continues to sleep in the senate
Admiral Toko Is boin severely i s -
handled bv the Russian nresa. But Uie Bnrne hae amply fulfilled his prom-
Russian navy Is vory careful not to try lee that he would be an "expensive
to hnudle him at all. I mayor." It you still harbor a doubt.
l; ' I commit the hguree contained In the
Ort Weill won f 21.445 for hi owntv 'annuui city tax levy printed in todays
John A. Drake in tbe great .oiiej Lea.uer.
the peoplo of Tonkawa aro securing mpnt would be nicely printed nnd
signatures to a petition to present to would find He wuy into all the thrifty
Bird McGulre boseechtng him to households of the region where arc tuo
amend that section of the Hamilton farmer the mechanic tho tradesmen
bill that cut out tho Tonkawa pre J other lines and Into the families of
i. i t .. o . tue wealthy and refined all who have
paratory school from any of the rev arUdeg tQ buy an(J mQwy wUh wUcU
enues derived from section thirteen. 0 buy tnpnl( and lt would be renU nnii
Those people should grin and take pon(jcred. and people would come down
their medicine for they aro getting to your store nnd patronize you and
keep coming In Increasing numbers and
' you might have to hire nn extra clerk
or two move into a larger block ana
more favorable location and do a big-
ger buolness but of course it would be
more expensive and bring greater
orottts. Detroit Free Press.
lHland raee. Mr.
whv they call
Drake now knows
It the realization
Each year the city levys a two mill
Win MS il
rf fl i' swf 'uM I !
tne pinte toward one "old Bon of the
sod" he was given a shrewd smile and
wink instead of money. The father
however thought this meant that Pat-
rick was not prepared to give that day
and would do bo later.
Not securing enough money at this
time the following Sunday he made
another collection paying particular at-
tention to those who had not given the
previous time. Coming again to Pat-
rick he was greeted in the same man-
ner. Meeting him ou the street a day
or two later the father Bald "Patrick;
why did you not help us last Sunday T
"Ah that's nl'rlght ffitherj It's
arrlgbt an I nlver'll say wan wurd."
"Why Patrick" Bald the mysUfleo
priest "you'll not say a word"
"What do you mean?"
"Ha. father." said Patrick pnlllng
his forelock "beggln" ycr pardon tor
but don't yer think I know that UT
church air net be stame?" LipplncotC
or'i Love of Illclimond.
Poe loved Richmond as he loved no
other place on earth. His happy child-
hood wps spent there tho only period
of his troubled life which was free
from want Here he found his foster
I father John Allan who was proud of
the orphan boy and the only mother
ho ever knew who was sweet and gen-
tle w'lth him to the end. Here were
the friends and playmates of his boy-
hood and hero lived the gentle wo-
man who vvns the Helen of the most
beautiful of his early poems. Here
after a first ceremony in Baltimore ho
wns married by a second to tho lovely
and youthful Virginia Clcmm and
here they spent the happiest year of
their married life. Here as editor of
the Southern Literary Messenger bo
did much of his best work Charles
Marshall Graves in Century.
Guthrie Broom Foxtory;
M eatress Making
M. C. CONNER.
Phone 75T. 502 Bo. Second St.
To be a successful wife
The Spanish ministers refuse to let
King Alfoi.no love a r?uy Utile Se
ville girl There are more drawtmcKs
to betn a Ling than you eer drea.npt
The effort to place the Mnreonl com-
pany In the hanae of a recejvwr is
probaWv due to the fact that the com-
pany didn't work well in the hand of
' The (load number 46 and the wound-
ed l.t77. No. this U not a wort of
the fataUtJea of tho latest battle but a
summary of tho Founn m Jy
tax for the -park fund" the wie dis-1 refn the love and admiral ion
position of which can not be queellon- . fcf.nnr1 clinnlH fv n
l vhen one Uke. into consideration f her husband SHOUld DC a
woman s constant stuay. h
she would be all that she may
she must g'jard well against the
signs of ill health. . Mrs. Brown
tells her story for the benefit of
all wives and mothers.
the constant ImproYeuwms being
made in UutkrUi's park Highland
park for Instance.
Pefore Aunt Carrie Nation positive
y makes up hor mind to go to Europe
sho ehould remember what happened
to John Alexandov Dowle at tho time of
his recent visit.
We can not se6 why Chicago should
wleb only liandBomo men for its police
force In most cities it l hard enough
to keep cwk whea only a hoalely no-
Ikww W m Ue Uat
; Warn l-uVnmi
r Cheshire Unglnnd. thore aro leg-
ends of a prophet one Robert Nixon
who Is supposed to have lived in the
dnjs of King James I. Ills fame
Bpnwd. and tho king sent for blm ac-
cording to the story. Nixon was great-
ly distressed. He wept and mourned
saying that if ho went to London ho
should be starved. Wbeu he arrived at
court tho king having hidden a ring
asked him to find-it Nixon replied
"He who hldpth can find." This great-
ly struck the monarch who ordered
him to be kept in the kitchen bo that
there might be uo fear of his belug
starved. Nixon had u great appetite-
he could manage a leg of mutton at a
sitting and he becntue sUch a nuisance
that one day the cooks locked him lu a
his prophecy came true ho was eturrwl
to death. Tlifi clobet la tftown in Hamp-
ton Court; Rit unfortunately for 'Hue
veruclty! the talc that portion of the
liulkUag wt.;uot built til) tut; relu of
Kta WUK 151"
Men and AnlranU la Water
The unlinal has no advantage in any
J way In water over man and yet the
man drowns while tho animal swlma.
The dog the horse the cow and eve
the cat nil take to the water and are
able to walk as they do when -out of
water. Throw a dog into the stream
and at once he begins to walk Just as
he does on dry land. Why should a
man woman or child act differently un-
der like circumstances?
It seems strange that people have tc
be told to do what tbe animals do in-
stinctively and In3tnntly; Man's igno-
rance of so simple a thing as treading
wnter is remarkable. It is without rea
son or excuse. There is a popular no-
tion nfiout that In some way the dog
and other animals have an advantage
over man In water. Nothing could be
1 further from the truth. The advantage
lies with man who Is provided with a
paddlo formed hand and knows enough
to float when tired something tbe ani-
mal rarely or never does.
"Where the Caiuel la Found.
The camel is found in Arabia Per-
sia Asia Minor Afghanistan Balu-
chistan Mongolia weftern China and
northern India ns well as In Syria
Turkey north Africa and parts of
Spain. The camel Is known by tbe
Bame root word in nearly all these
lands. Not a page scarcely of an Ara
blc lexicon but has reference to the
camel. Tho language itself according
to Hammer Purgstall. knows him by
C.744 names. Tho only reason why
Scripture 1b comparatively silent is be-
cause the topography of the Holy
Land is such that in most parts the
Use of the camel Is an impossibility.
St. Louis Very low rates all season.
Colorado Very low rates all summer.
Through sleeper service.
Chicago Vory low rates all summer.
Great Lake Resorts Very low rates
Atlantic City One fare plus
round trip. July 9-10.
Indianapolis One fare plus
round trip. June 26-27.
St. Joe One fare plus ?2.00 round
trip. June 28-30.
Cincinnati One faro plus $2.25 round
trip. July 15-17.
West Baden and French Lick Springe
One fare plus f2 00 round trip.
Louisville One fare plus $2.25 round
trip. August 10-29.
For full incarnation call on your near-
est ticket agent.
J. S. MeNally DIv. Pass. Agt
Oklahoma City O. T.
Geo. H. Lee Oen. Pass. Agt
Little Rock ATk-
" Deau Mna Pjnkiiam : Iiydln E.
Plnkliam's Vegetable Compound
vrill make every mother well strong
healthy and happy. I dragged through
nine years of ml serahlo bxlstence worn
out with pain and weariness I then
noticed a ttatcment of a woman
troubled as I was; ana the wonderful
results she had had from your Vege-
table Comnound. and decided to try
what It would do for me and used It for
three months. At tbe end of that
time I watt a dlflerent woman the
neighbors remarked it and my hui-
hand fell in love with mo all over
again. It seemed like a new existence
I had been aufferinir with inuamxda-
Here he was forgotten and a"a '..Ur' J""
entire system till I was indeed like a
new woman. Sincerely yours Mac
Cius. F. Bnowir 21 Cedar Terrace Hot
Spriac Ark. Vice President MoUM
uaD tteoa ftftt if tthiMt f i
ly iW im cm nut toirvumt.
HE HAO REASONS.
Why 1'atrtcU Kalled to Help n
Good Work Alon.
Father 11. was a very popular man
In tho old border town of W. up In
northern New York. Beloved by Prot-
estant d CaUiolIc alike he lived a
contented life among his people and
At the time of the miners' strike
when the price of coal was soaring the
good father discovered that the coal
supply of tbe church was practically
exhausted and that there was uo money
in the treasury to purcuose more. Ac-
cordingly he announced that be intend-
ed taking up a collection for this pur-
pose and taking a plate after his aer-
wob he went p and down the aisle
gtviwt evey 9 a ekac to- etrib-
Umk t hta
Letters of Introduction.
Try not to ask for letlers of Intro-
duction to your friends' friends. It
often causer both embarrassment and
luconvcnleuce. If the lottor of Intro-
duction is offered accept it and present
it dutifully. It will not be difficult to
ascertain whether or not the person to
whom It la addressed finds the intro-
duction a pleasure or a bore. It is folly
to pursue an acquaintance thus gained
unless each finds the other congenial.-
Exchange. lie Make Talk.
McJiggerThcro Isn't n man in town
who can keep the conversational ball
rolling like our friend Gnyrake.
Thingumbob Nonsense! Ho never
says anything worth listening to.
McJlgger No. but ho docs a lot of
things worth talking about Philadel-
Britain Wait Nearly Seates.
With a few more years granted for
preparation and the study of the art of
war tho Doers would and this Is a
fact Indisputable to all who have stud-
ied the art of war have decisively de-
feated Great Britain .- From Major
KW "BeptMiMtfatlve Qwfawtwt as I
The Leader Plant
Anyone knowing the whereabouts of
Fred Welnand aged 17. and Will Wein-
and aged 15 will please apprise them
of the death of their father Jacquett
Welnand and urge them to report to
J. Foucart Guthrie. Okla. their ap-
pointed guardian as Boon as possible
or report their whereabouts yourself
by letter' J J. Foucart
Papers nleae copy to find out.
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