The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 104, Ed. 1, Monday, December 11, 1905 Page: 1 of 8
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THB READER QUTHKI OKtA MONDAY DECEMBER 11 1W8
Buy Your Christmas Presents from White the Jeweler
KifY stock ot fine Diamonds Solid Gold and Gold Filled Watches Cut Glass Hand Painted China Solid Silver and Silver Plated Ware Imported
Leather Hand Baos. Umbrellas Rins:s and other articles usually kept in a First Class Jewelry Store is larger this year than ever before. I have
the best stock in Oklahohia to select from; all goods are warranted as represented. I do not carry any CHEAP QUALITY of goods only the best
at the Lowest Prices. I am in Guthrie to stay have been here 16 years; my warrant means that you are protected when you buy goods irom me.
1 havfe issued a due Catalogue which will be mailed to out of
. t l e. il. ..l.'.. Un.wl CmiTiiiilnlnnil !f tt'I1
WHITE. The JeWeieF. You. will get the Best Quality of
lOWll OUHtUintJia lOl HIV UBMIIKi ouuu " ihy vu.w1.u5uw iv mh. w m m b ij n i isi era j at ot WAXLJi. a u
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I SrSKS menaB' UIy "mJ ' " " y 1x6 East Oklahoma Avenue Guthrie Goods and the Prices Will Be Right I
from Oklahoma's Best Jeweler
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Nelle Catherina Ounyn.i
President iMrs. Surah Matt Decker
Oeneral federation recording secre-
tary. Mrs. Lltla D.y Monroe Topska.
ifcnerat federation corresponding sec-
retaryMrs. Tom O. Chambers Okla-
President Mrs. A. a. Scott Htlll-
president Mrs. Itlddlo
Second vice president Mrs. Lcdbot-
Xtocordlnff secretary Mrs. 1. It. King.
CnrroflponOInir secretary--Mrs. Itay
Treasurer llS3 Maude DeCou Aha.
Auditor Mrs. 15 M. C'ark. Pawnee.
President Mrs. Trnnlc Dalo
Vico president Mrs. Horaco Spwid.
Itccordlne secretary Miss AInvv Car-
'orrcspondWg- twcretAry Miss I-1or-
Treasurer Mrs. J. D. Williams
Miss Klulno Huxm came up from
OUIahma City last ovenlng.
(TO DE CONTINUED.)
SIT3 John H. nurfonl entertain High
lnvo club in evening.
Excelsior club moots In afternoon at
the. library club rooms. Mrs. McWothy
will conduct tlio loss "A Study of Mil-
Cumbridiro club meals with Mrs Frank
Dai1 in tbo afternoon.
Shakespeare dub moots In nficrnoon
nt tho library olub roonvi.
Ladles Md society of the First Meth-
od'st cliurcli meets with Mrs. Hun. o-i
Last Oklahoma avenue.
Mrs. 1C. C. Vcntress entertains Aid
ngrloty of tlm First Christian church
w ilia afternon
Acorn club ma.Us in afternoon Ml
it)i lry club moms.
Mina llaffur tlivoa pupils recita In tlio
evening at hor rostdence on Bast Cleve-lu-.J
Domestic Solphce club meeta In th
tfternooa with Mrs. IS. O. Sharpo. Dem-
onstrations Hot biscuits Mrs. J. D.
Williams coffee Mrs. II. L. Miller om-
elette Mrs Goorgo &lockdato.
Miss Huftar la planning an onjoyablo
pupils' recital for Friday evening to bo
stven at hnr rtwidenco on Bast Clevo-
Tho two Ititi'r(wtlnp children ot Dr.
and Mrs. G. A. Hushes Danks and Leo
-m vlsltlnt; thfllr frrandmotlior In Ed-
lond tilts ?cek
Tho Ladles Aid soelety of th? First
Methodist church will meet Wednesday
iftornoon with Mrs. Hunt on East
THE TEA PENALTY
Strong Man's Expnenee.
Wrlltng from a busy railroad Iwn the
wifo of an omployo of one of the great
"My husband Is a railroad s"- "vho
htm been so much benefited Uv )i. use
of I'astum Food Coffee that h wishes
Qin to OKpress his thaiiks to you foi the
''Qd yor have dono htm Ills waking
hours aro taken up with his work aii'.t
r- luvs no time to write himself.
"Ho has been n greot tea drinker all
a- tlfr and has r.lwvys Ilkud It strung.
'Tea lias of kjle years acted on lilm
Mho morphine does upon most people
t first It soothed him but osdy for an
i our or so. then It began to affect bis
fiorvcs to such an extent that ho could
ot ulofo 84 night and h would io to
nia work In tho morning wretched and
ratsorabio from the loss ot rest. ThU
onditlon grew continually worse until
las friends porsuaded Ii'm some fuur
inptithd ago to HUit tea and use Postum.
"At first h used I'ostum only for
orcakr&st. hut aa he liked tho taste of
t and It somehow seamed to do him
?iod. ho added it to his evening meal
Then us ho grow better ho bcan u
innk it for hU noon tnal. and now ho
will drink nothing els at tablu.
Tils condition U so wonderfully Im-
provd during these months that he
. oidd pot bo hlro dto gtve up JPostum
ml ro back w tea IDs nerves have
ni.xn steady and n-ltabl unon more.
iiij htiJ alevp la easy natural and re-
abbius lf owes all this to I'os'unt.
ho has taken no msdJetno and madt-
o other chAjigo n his diet. Ills broth-
r who WfUt yrr nervous from coffee-
drfnkiap. was iMtrsuaded uy; us to glv
p tlio ooffeo end ue 'ostum' d ha al-
o his recovered his health and
strtng'.li " Noino givoa by Postum Co..
Hatt'o Creok. Mieh
Thoro's 4 rcusoo Road the little
book "The Head to WWlvllJ"u pkgs.
ggTj" umlgm """"Stfl
The Ladies Aid society of the First
Christian church will meet Wednesday
afternoon of this week with Mrs. K. C.
Ventres at tho parsonage.
Mrs. M. Csj.sid'- and two gracious
daughters MJsj Catherine mid BUsle
retvirned this morning' from a several
days' visit with friends In Oklahoma
Tho CambrldEo club Is mooting this
afternoon with Mrs. Frank Dale. The
leoson troato of tho causes of the War
of Independence and tlio life of 1 "a trick
Mr. and Mti. O. It. Fegnn entertained
at six o'clock d-nner Saturday evening.
Governor and Mrs. T. II. Ferrusun. Mrs.
John W. film rt el and Mrs. 0cnr Hulitell
of Oklahoma Ci'y; Mr. and Mrs. AV. A.
Frasier; Judce ahd Mrs. Frank Dale
Mr. and Mis. A. II. Huston und Miss
Alice SteeW- of Sparta Wisconsin.
It Is very much desired that ui stu
dents nt the First Chrlf.ti.tii church
Sunday school will ottrnd tlie rehearsal
this owning to be held in '.ho church
basemont for the special Christmas
muslo which will be sung nt the enter-
tainment one woek from Saturday night.
It Is the purpose t ' tho music commute-
to glvo only three rehearsals and
it IS cry necessary tliot all who expect
to slug w'll aUend eacn praclleo meet-
ing. Tho Cxcelslor club te meeting this af-
ternoon at tho library elub rooms. Tho
Ytesponso to roll cad Quotations from
Loader Mrs. I V MeWethy.
l'ano( Myths and Legends Mrs. V.
I'nper The Conception of Holl Mrs.
Paper The Character of Satan Mrs.
Mrs. John Hhartel returned yesterday
morning to her home in Oklahoma City
after a pleasant visit in the city the
gueet of Mrs. T. II. Ferguson ax the
Mansion house. Tho pliiisure of Mrs
SMianeiH visit was Kjmewn.ii niurroo. iiy
receiving a telephone message Saturday
evening from Mr. Shartel. stating that
their HU'e son Kent we41 known In
Guthri- hen he was w.-arlng kulcker-
I his arm at the
The message how- I
rolhr skating rink. The message how-1
ocr. statud that the broken aim liad
been placed In a cast and that the little
fellow wns resthig as comfortably as
comfortably as could bi expected.
Dtirth of Functions.
There Is a dearth of at homes and
recer.Ions on tlie oalendar this week.
Tho jiotlceable abaenco this winter of
toe lighter social functions ia probably
caused by tho fact that there So man'
literary clubs In tho cltv. Perliap In
In no city In -the territory aro there
nam federated eluba In proportion to
the population than there aro In Guth-
rie. Tho work In thbsa clubs einbrMas
a course In classical Utemturo which
tends to tho highest development of the
Another fortnight however and the
facr that Dante is dead wilt not bo the
paramount subject of discussion that
paramount subject of Interest that the
club woman la considering. Practically
every literary club in the city Is pre-
paring to observe Christmas week with
a special banquet program or receptlrfn
at which the husbands of tho members
and frh'iida wll' be guests The most de-
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0pwitt( CIUU I llltrrtuilinwiivo w II uv iiiv
banquet at which tho members of the I
Acorn club will entertain at the Man-
sion house. December 28th. Governor
and Mrs. Ferguson aro planning to go
to Whtonga about January 10th and
this will probably be the lust affair ut
which Mrs Ferguson will preside while
formally known as the "llrnt lady of th i
Tho Bxcelslor club will probably ob-
rerve "guest day" December li al-
though the date may be changed. Tha
matter will b decided at the meeting
of the club this afternoon no hostess
having ns ydt been selected to entertain
on this occasion.
The Domestic Science club makes
merry at the home of Mrs J S. Lyon.
Mrs.- Ira LonguUer and Mrs. Lyon will
make candy for tho cniests and he club
expects to spend a happy' anJoyable In-
formal afternoon Decwnbor 33.
The IJtude club moots with MUs Maude
Goodrich dd the afternoon of Wednes-
day December 2i Mrs. gevema will
read a biographical sketch of Chopin.
Mrs Clark and Mrs. Askew will play
piano solos and the remainder of the
aJt.ornuon will be spent rutoearstng
CtirlstnuiH carols and dlsoussln the din-
ner ATty. tbo guests and tho little In -
lei-fisting details of tlie C-.rUtm.ni day
celebration at hum.
Down With "5 to 7."
IbYoni th New York Press
Loud arc th.- lani'-rits of thoke hos-tss-s
who put "S to clock " or simi-
lar l-isrriptions on their cards In send-
ing out lnvlt.it i"H8 to i. -.i or reoeoOoos.
(tame who dwell in tti avonue are rjiji-
plaiHlBg that BOtUitj of long Itours for
tlMtlr ontertalnmanu turns their homes
fljftt into deeeit.a tben Into ltcusod im-
itations of the subway crosd. Folk will
go lata to Aoclal aflalra iid so prodnco
Naturo Qlve Timely Warnlnos That No
Guthrie Citizen Can Afford to Ignore
SANGER SIGNAL NO. 1 comes from
the kidney secretions. Thtjr will warn
you when the kidneys are a'ck. Woli
kidneys excreta a cMnr. arjber fluid.
Sick kidneys send oat k thin pale and
foamy or a thick rod ttl-smslllnl? urlno
full ot sediment and Irregular of pcuj-
IXANQtSn WQNAL NO 3 comes from
tho back. Hack pams dull and heavy
or hnn and acute tell you of sick kid-
neys and warn you of lite ootnlnK of
dropsy diabetes and Hrlghl'S disease.
Doan't Kidney Plllr cure '"' Sidneys
end cure them permanently.
II. C. Dlehl. who recently llred at fill
First St. writes: "When a- man Iws.
exhausted nil his knowledge of stand-
ard remedies and medicines when he
has tried everything which his friends
recommended and still his back adieu
and when this lias bion -going on for
five or six years. It M no wonder he be-
comes enthusiastic about the means he
nt last employs to gH relief. I went to
J. N. WfclUiee's drug store for Doan's
Kidiiey Pills. Tho- treatmagt cured me
and cured not only n Imno null aohlnir
baclt hut too frequent sotlrm of tlie
kidney secrotlons. To my Qmt I am
pleasod to ondprso JJoan'S Kldnay Pills
foebly express my opinion ofi'lho rem
For sale by all deftlera. Irtoo W
conU. Fonter-Mllburn Co. Ilultalo
New York solo agents for Un United
Uemember th name Doan's and
tike no other.
a vacuum nt one end and a jam at the
other end of an entertainment Inst?a1 of
the happy medium of a steady flowing
stream of pleased friends. The hostess
who pu s "5 to 7" on her cards ts apt
to stand in dreary loneliness for an Imor
by the clock and not a guest hi tlgli.
Then they will come by the teas OX
thousands as it sooma. Toe front door
itands open ao much that the houao
gets chilled through the dressing rooms
aro packed like a popular yuudevUlo
show and In the dining room tho crowd
'jocomo congested and thu menu . pit
which the r- igti laborc-t oornstly
might as well bo served In ManoWrln for
all tho good tho guests get of It. Tilts'
is the plaint from hero to Now Orleans
but thsra seems no jwmedv oxoept to
niuno but one hour for n ton At S o'clock
and for n. reccptton nt 10 p. m. This
says one frantic hostess will bring some
of tho uninitiated promptly nnd tho
others will come straggling along ab
0n. of .h !... Bndv ivlsht ail
dlencOM of thc seMOn grx Ulo Morey
Rtock Cvnnnn. Ht tlw 99mytK of a f(mr
... .neaeenienl at the Brooks last
n)h. B .. i... MnWMbi rnnnl-
ffstea throughout the txn-formunei was
onwlncinI. evld.-.ic lhaf tho talented
company hud lost none of Its popularity
with local theatre-guers. What few
changes have been mode In tho ner-
nunnel of 'the company hava been for
the belter. Miss Moiuy still assumes
the stellar roles nnd tho passing of a
season has but added to tea oliannltig
persooltttly. The specialties presented
during last night's performanoo wero
notably strong contrlbutod Uy Jumos
llarbour. Jatk Uall Quy Q. Frltts and
KHae Dixon. Tnlght'a Wll bf "The Pow-
er of the Cross." ladlc will be ad-
At the llrooks nrt month the nl-
ented and accomplished octross RIll-
dred Holland wll appear In her de-
lightful Impersonnnion of Angela In lid
word C. White's superb production of
uarin.i .loraaus ronuinttc urama ma
Lily and the Prttce Miss Holland holds
undlBputed sway as America's foremost
emotional actress and ahe brings to her
work a charming dignity and magnetism
which muke her performance one ot
1 the events or the theatrical season. 8ho
is without doubt one of the mort t
u...r histrionic stars in the country
holds the record for the banner r.-celpls
of the theaters. She is a great favor-
it o with uhe feminine theater going pub-
lic and delights all by he- superb acting
melodious voice and exceeding grace of
manner Hhn possesses all tho require-
ments ard aitributss of a truly great
"Tha Lily and the Prince" is a
charming romantic drama telling an In-
teresting a ory of the days of Lucrstta
Uorglu. with hd scenes laid in that sunny
iand of rcmuni e and mysticism Italy.
apectol to Daily Loader.
South MeAIter I. T Dec. I1.-W.
O Welmer receiver of the defunct Un-
ion exchange bank of this city has
brought suit against the receiver of the
Central Trust company here. Plaintiff
ullages the bank loaned J1MW to tha
trust eonj7-nv without eoeurtty tho oltl-
oers and directors of tho bank being tha
some as of the company.
Street Railway Troubles.
flpoeJol to Daily leader.
Seutlt MeAleter I. T. Dec. U A dif-llc-lly
between the strsot railway com-
'paay and its employe Is ponding hers
. several days have boen consumed over
no agreement reorganizing tho union '.o
run 'III stay 10 granting a :i-hour Wtr waiting for th governor we ctiane-
da at lit an hour I tu 0i(o llarvt-y C 'Is and ' uon-
HUMAN VOICE-CA1UU EI
FROM ATLANTIC TO
IMPORTANT LINK FIXED
Bell CoiiipanysFinally Finish
es- Its Trunk Cable.
. .Pltttburo Pa. Dee. '11. Tlioro lias
Just been completed lif thta vlcinliy by
tho lieu Telephone company a trunk
cablo to he used eventually as a connec'-
tag link between New York and San
Francisco. This new Hub reaches from
McKceeport to Sewlekley and Is equipped
wlUi loading colli width extend the
ranga of telephonic transmission insur-
ing not only the covering of distances
up to thousands of mllos by thc human
.olee but also clcurmtss. The devieo Is
the Inven'ion of Prof. Pupln of Columbia
university and by it -the teleptione of-
ficials believe they havfl solved the here-
tofore Inexplicable problem of a coast to
coast telephone system.
Deglnnlng with tho- hew year eon-
atmetioti work will bo begun on similar
sections of "ho same cable -tnd equipped
wtth the same devioo this section being
Intended to connect Oalctuont lirushtod.
I SWuwvale and Crafon. with the Grant
otohaage down town. Ono of those sec-
tions' will ultimately form n rtrt of tho
transcontinental trunk lines when It Is
oompletoly established. Tho Cmfton
lino will reach the city by way of tho
Bouhside hilt dUrtots ' thus giving those
sections of Ihe city tho behofU of tho
Prof. Ptiphi's tllmovory oaine after
years of study and oVnerlmentinn
From mnthorna'lcnl formulae the elec-
trical principles necessary to increase
the range of telephone lalk were de-
duced. Uy the ol 1 moiiud ulng under-
ground cablet fmtv mlU" w is the limit
of conversation This imw h.is been In-
vreased to t imi' mlh I u- of tho
Pupln devio ii aw; l Mi the ordl-
nar)' wire wn itlr ''.ii mly at a
distance of I .'' niln-- ii. Inndth of
the coiitlneni m now 1. s i-ily span-
ned by the ii-" of tin 'n i in iiiuil.
When epi iitin utM wm i!i t ' uido In
order to nsiirt.ii if v. it i inuniea-
tlon could l" --idhlisli it li'tnn New
. it found'
York and tin l'.n ihe "im it
tliat the ild.- woulil lui t be two
Inches in ilium tor Sin li .i l'ni wduld
weigh 1576 pounds p r 1 mu ft-.-t. This
meant that n-ii.il coiomimU itlun was
practically impoigthle n t onl on ac-
count of tin enormooi Wi-ignt of tho
.runk lines .ind the Ihiiuciuv of the
twins but bic.iURC of 1 1 1 - rosr
.T.Uon .lni k ni. rrt nitiv
By using the pupi i lo idtng coll de-
vice It has bet found tliat the two
sides of the continent can be placed In
communication with each other through
a wire that Is oulr thrue-fourihs of on
inch In diameter. This means tliat suuh
n telephonic link vw'd -velgh only Hi
pounds per 1000 wt- Just one-four.-levo'h
of the weight of Ihe other. The
wiro for the Punln devieo woukl be
a!out tho samo size as that used by trol-
ley car companies for the transmission of
puwur aiuug me i. t " '
the support on sush a trans-continental
line as proposed would hne lo bo at
a lesser distance than it present em-
ployed. The telephone systemi of tha country
are now spread from ocean to ocsaa
with ono short dlsconnirtlng link be-
tween points in Ncbr.iwk.i ana Colorado
but with the wires In un it Is impossi-
ble to utilize this system. The gap Is
now being bridged whh -i trunk line
system that Is ultimate!) to become pur'
of Uhe ocean-to-ocean teh-phone.
this is ivecompllshed it will only be nec
essary to taki) down thi- wir' btwceii
New York and Ken Fr tni'lsco a id substl-
' "" " -ncn wir. n.-wnjo ior iu.
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Headaches and Neuralgia from Celda
laxative Dromo Quinine thn world
wide Cokl and Grip ritndy removes the
cause. Call for Ule full name ai.J look
for signature of hi V Urove. SSu.
THE EDITOR GETS
Last Haturday alight we took tt.a train
'for Outhrlo to look .ifter an appoint-
. ... a 1 1 a. dt uhjI I.. n 1 1 jHrlas ftiliaal A V
"""'; " ." . ' "J J1ZL.Z
morning sns aioauay niumin rj
at Joe Norrhf oilk-e. We have soon so
much In the papers of lite about "CaMi"
here asal "Cash" th. i-. tliat we sop-
pisd wo woukl have id hive "fash" to
get 'to nppuintmont. o had Joe Nor-
rls telephone ex-Oovei nor ' tiish " Ban"
0 com dawn (rom hm houut before we
felt tits c'ty at U olo.k. White we
Aycr's Cierr' Pectoral cerumly cure hardl
coughs hard colde brct.chitis consumptioa. 9
And It ccttslnly strengthens weak throatc
and weak luogs Tflcre can he no mtstaxe
ahout ttiis. Your own doctor will say so.
Just usk iitm about It tben do as lie says.
WihiTCMMtrtf! W-MMtb J C XrtxCo-
te Hmiu n mi r smir(
P. Ci. JtOXJAlNCDwlN
ded to him what we were down there
or Harey said "You don't need
Jash' Barnes in your business. He's a
jod old Injun and tho best governor
klahoma ever had but I say you don't
eed him. AH you need Is my Indoreo-
.nent and two dollars In morey. That
is the kind of 'cash' you need. Come
up In the offlco and I will Itx you op."
Harvey took us up In his office and
made out the petition to tho governor
of OHitjio-.na and gave us a letter to take
over to Secretary Crimes. When Sec-
retary Grimes read the letter ho said:
"That Is a pretty stronR letter and I
guess 1 shall lutva to Issue the commis-
sion." ?Iero is Harvey's letter:
Juthrte Oklft.. Nov fT. ISO.
Hon. William Grimes Secretary Ok-
lahoma Territory. Outhrlo Oklahoma.
My Dear Bill. Tills will Introduce to
you one John Wesley IHshon! ' resident
of Cleo Woods county who desires an
appointment Hint you may bo able In
assisting lilm to secure John is mod
est: he mly wants to be a notary puh-
Hc ii present) and will inak' his fur-;
ther ambitions known nt the proper
time. He earnestly desires this place
as a stepping stone to further and more
distinguished honors; desires to assure
you that he belongs to no clique or fac-
tion Is honest and virtuous his only
fulling being that he nncastunally drops
Into poetry a habit 1rt hopes to over-
come in the future.
I wish lo add that I know Mr. Ullhop
personally nnd I think ho possesses tho
necessary quiillnlaatlous to flit the of-
fice to which ho aspires wlUi credit
to himself and honor to the country
at targe. He Is an ardent republican
bolongs to the Presbyterian church ha
never been oonvldted of a felony (lucky
cubs) and took tho oath of aHeglanoa
to tho tfnltod Slates nt nn oarly ago.
If you can sea your way oloar to nsntflt
him In this matter (cash In advance).
you will bo doing tho community a
great service as if he receives this
place. It will probably shop him from
asking for tho appointment of govern-
or secretary or some other position.
With great respeot I remain
II. C. OLDS.
To those who havo never seen Harvey
C. Olds we will say that ho bears a
striking resemblance to Uov. Ilobert M
I.a Follette of Wisconsin. Ills nose
which is the handsomest f nature ho hu-i
reminds one of that extremity of a fowl
where the tall feathers grow out Al-
though a democrat he Is very popular
throughout Oklahoma with all tUsses
At prem-nt hn Is stopping at I'Juthrlo- -
lie and his friend John UOIOUie own a
nii-.il ' lket together.
In order to become acquainted with
the ladles u the city we will give a
free massage to the first eight ladles
j catling hatwoan the hours of onu and
. Ih o o'clock Wednesday afternoon. I'ar
lore opened to both ladles and gentlemen.
2i ISast Okla. Ave.
EnibodieS GOVCI'IlOr FergU
son's Report in His
Washington Dec 11. -In his annual
report. Secretary Klhan Alliii Hlli h-
coi k of tho department of the luti-rlir
says tha' In admitting territories to
statehood the boundary question Is one
for congress to decide and recommends
that there he legislation prohibiting tho
sale of liquor to Indians.
In n-vlealng the mi-swig ot Governor
Thompson II Ferguson. Mr Uiicmork
"In reward to statehood she gov -rnor
" 'Oklahoma Is qualified for und un-
titled to statehood There ars In th-
territory of Oklahoma approximately
HOC.OOn p-ople Theso psople hav. .oine
from eery part of the United Htates
and represent luo beat energies u'ld
high nt possibilities of citizenship pecul-
iar to any und all tha states if he
" 'That the people of tbla territory are
lupoble of saorelsbiK la too Mffhewt d--KTe
the riglhs of ovrna. Is a fact
self-evident to all who ara conversant
with the social condition which prevail
I herv wiiere we have a coemopollUt.-i
' 'tisenshlp reprcsentiaa; the very blcst
fetandards of Inttllcctual and moral h
The 'iuellon of the admission of
ihe u-irtiory as a state is one wholly
ttlthln the Jurlsdlvihin of cmigieaa and
this department ran therefore do no
nioie than direct your attention to the
vtr of tho governor In the prom 1
I J. em It ni duty liowwver 'o suggtnt
t at In the anartnient of ur ieglsia-
tiun lnoking to ih adtnlMlun of th
'1 . i ruor if (Jkljholui as a Statu svrie
pfiiu b nuiile whlih wII4 fHtu te
the su'eiun otillgattuns ujnr which ho
HOverMnmC DndM- Ua tresUO with the
ladtasjs of th Jndlap TrBllory agreed
to protect tham against the ihiuor truf-
THE NEAR AP-
PROACH OF XMAS
justifles mc In offcriug a suggestion on Useful Durabc
artl Acceptable Christmas Presents. Shoes for Men Wo-
men and Children; New Nobby styles in all leathers.
A doll or knife given wtth each purchase of $l.& or
over duriug Christmas wceelf.
One of my SEOB CERTIFICATES Insures. Pit and
Style desired. Ask to see one.
Ill Easl Oklahoma Avenue
The Dunlap hotel at Cleveland one
of 'tlte pioneer hostetries af the Chorokee-
strlp lias benn oloyxl by the sheriff
as the result or contention among the
heirs of the late ttobert Dunlap known
to the Osagm as "Pawhoppy."
Grant Slloop nf Perry In an address
before' tho Noble County tenners' in-
stitute dwelt upon the success nf the
farmer boys In climbing to tho top and
proved It by miming three rom his
nrtghoborheod who had been omployed
as telegraph linemen.
Imw ton News-Hcpublloan : V J. Lo-
sing general field man of the United
States biological survey left Port 8111
'..is morning for Goodnight Tex where
ha goes to look at the herd of buffaloes
stationed there with the protmble oh-
JeOt of purchasing them. Mr. Lor...g
was sent to the national game preserve
In the Wlohlta mountains or the pur-
pose of making Investigations looking
towards the placing of twenty-three buf-
faloes there. After remaining for
twelve 'lavs he Is more than p'easoil
with tho conditions und hta recommtmda-
tlons to the dniMirtment are expected to
be gratifying to the citizens of litis sec-
tion of tho country.
(Dy Bpoolnl Telegraph to Dally T.eadir.)
KANSA3 CITY CASH.
No. 3 hard "2Oltr.
Mo. hard 7UJ!tlc
Na -1 hard 777Sc.
No. 2 red 01ff2o.
No 3 red SOdfDOHc
No. 2 While 4li
No. I whlto tli-
No 2 mlxiMl tic.
No. 3 mixed lOVii
No i iiils-d 1'"?lc.
No 3 mlxi-rt .1fo. l
. "" "
CHICAGO EHTIMATBD TOMOItnOW.
Wheat 10 grndo 8.
Corn 4U6 grade 26.
Outs 219. grade 31
Chlenyi s.ooo in kwer
Kansas City e.ono e lower.
Omaha t.ftoo. Sc lawer
Ohloago 31000 I0o lower
Kansas City. 15 000 lft. lowri.
Omaha t.Ooo. 10c lower.
NKW YORK COTTON.
IVcembi r a 1 1 -17
January ill ''-'
Maroh. til 7
May til t
NEW OHLhUN COTTON.
January 111 U
$M "SWEETS EOR THE SWEETEST"
II Christmas Box!
We have nice Candies in Pretty-
Box Creations. Pure Home-
made Candies. Fruits and Nuts
P Talace ofSt&eetf
JJ 110 East OKJaboma. Avenue Gathric ;:
UVlSHPOOI.. OPRNINO CABLE).
Whsnt KtoH higher.
LivanrooL second cnt.n.
Wlteat tt to higher.
UVBItPOOL CLONING CAnLEJ.
Wheat V higher.
Alfalfa hny .IT.OO
Haled pralrio hay COO
Dran per hundred .
uood butter t
Hard wheat Ko 3
Soft WhuU No. 3
ICnff tr corn
Lint cotton ..110.80
Heed cotton 3 30
Furnished dally by J T Kerr denier.
Good butler . . ir
Avemgo country butter UH
Old roosters 10
tlens and pullets per pound ... 06 i
Ooeso per pound t)Si
Kggs per case IneludltiR 'us9. . . C.30
Ducks par pound 06)6
Hen turkuys over 8 pounds lOVi
Guineas pr dozen .... 1.50
Pigeons per dozen CO
Spring broilers U to 21b 07Mk
Wool good QtmHty ............. .14
Ugg cases set up 39
Green Co whldes G8tt
Dry hldos" tl
Oluo hides 0
Horse hides 1.25
Oy Heady and Coyte.
Lint cotton U0.S0
Seed cotton . ...
Uy Hounriton snd Douglas
Heed cotton ....
Dy Model ncller Mnu.
Wheol o 1
Whlto corn t
Cy Outhrlo Ml'hng Co
v-aiiow rrrr;. rsi.
Oermans Ask Statehood.
The Oermmi Union of Oklahoma held
its unnual meeting at Kingfisher lisr
week snd adapted resolutions asking fnr
Inwnedlnte joint statehooil and ihe
same wern forwarded iniinodlately '
Congressman AfrOuire II nry itrmm
of Outhrle Is preldiMi. nnd It Pappo
nf Kingfixher. treasurer
WANTKD-Men to learn Imrber trade
10 positions for ever guidnate. Tor
wages p.iltl Cnurso In.-liKli h tools an.t
diplomas Can nearly earn expensi s if
desired Writ nearest bi mch. M"li
Uurher Colleoe ft Worth Or Dull .
FOlt HAI.K -A St.ltli gilv
aday li-etrlt butni
Itargnin for physician
U ' i are Loader oitlce.
.uile snd K.i
STOlJtN BnglUh p(0 Boh tk-
ywira old; wire eui oiit lefll eyr .
heavy leather tutlnr v.ith ipper nafn
plate Liberal rfird f'" Iflfotmat'-irv
of thief Cli.ii F it i mate dpi . !
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