The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 135, Ed. 1, Saturday, July 28, 1906 Page: 4 of 8
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THE LEADER dUTHRIE OKLA.
THE DAILY LEADER
BY LESLIE Q. NIBLACK.
. MBMDSn oT THE ASSOCIATED mBB8.
fabMjbil every aitm6onS6nihoLe5er bttlldlhff
10? West Harrison avenue and entered at the Oath-
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rie and 0 miles radius.
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SATVHDAY JULY 28 1000.
fcr wastr o ir enerptt in riiurrellne; nn:onp tmi'dvs In
stt-ad nf boosting Mi ton Chandler should be ft unit
for Chandler's Interests. Think about It It is an im
portant mattor. r
. A MATTER O FTOWN BUILDING.
The following sonsiulo article from the Chandler News
can be nppllod In n measaro to Guthrie:
ChanJIdr Is a good town It la doubtful whether there
1& a better town of tho sumo popcflatlon In the now state.
There are numerous evidences of the energy tho enter-
prise tho Intelligence and tho resourcefulness of our peo-
ple. We havo the county eat and the largest town and
the control location 1 nthe liost agricultural county In Okla-
homa. And yet Chandler ltf not what Chandler ought to be.
If a prize of considerable value should bo offered In a con-
test for tho best answer to the quostlon "What's the mattor
with Chandler?" and tho Ideas of the various competitors
fchould be gone over carefully and Impartially what do
yon think would ho the diagnosis by the person idioM
receive tho award? Wo would be almost tempted (o in-
stitute such a contest If we felt sure that It would bo re-
garded In tho light of an honest candid Inquiry rathor
than au invitation to tho anvil chorus to "get oven" with
somebody in the county soaL Tho quostlon might. In tho
minds of some Chandler citizens seem to ho a tabooed
one an Inquiry to bo mado only within tho city limltc and
then in a lew breath but is such n view fair? Had wo not
better acknowledge the corn and try to livo tip to our op-
portuniUo? Undoubtedly we have been guilty of more
sins of omission than of commission. Our blunders have
been mainly In tho way of neglecting tho chnncos that have
presented themselves for tho building of a bigger and bob-
ter town. "Wo have dono pretty well so far as we have
gone but we've not gone far enough. Isn't it about time
to propound the old inquiry "Where are we at?" and
then having arrived at a reliable answer take our bearings
and accordingly "get busy?" We havo an answer to the
firs question In mind. Some of couno -will hay that
Chandler's growth has been retarded by Iho fact that we
failed to got some railroads that would have holped ua.
But why did we miss th orallroads? Others will suggest
slow progress In improving the wngon roads inlo Chandler
faulty local market conditions etc. Uut why have such
disadvantage beort allowed to continue?? If thoro has
been a fooling of prejudice in any part or parts of the I
county against Chandler- why has It not boon mot in n
proper manner and removed? It seems to us that whon
you go back to the basis of all our troubles you will find n
common cause for all. Lack of cohesion; noco-operatlon;
jealousy and antagonisms among somo of our cltlzons who
ought to bo striving for the common enueo; lack of organi-
zation. Call It what you will Its symptoms ns well as Its
fatal results to local interests nro well known. Are wo
going to allow thi dlseaso tosap the life out of our town
or. at best hold it back whon the town should be going
forward? Or shall wo tako n more rational vlow of the
matter and organize a stund-togethcr-for-Chandlor club?
The proco3slon Is moving and we are bound to got loft It
MR BRYAN VS. DEMAGOGWM.
Sinrrrltt oi purpose and motive and actions Unit ac-
ord with it. Ik a criterion by which Jhe lit of any In-
dhldiml n.u bo udgrd and a trwe evtttnRte of character
he fmmed. Man may come and men nm go on the stage
of tho woild'a grwtnwi but the man who adhtj-es to con-
viction' of Ualit and i .iiuuc. UKr T' nnvson's brook
"i -. on fori i i
Sniiv iiolitlclnnh and iiiitlnn wiltcis an declaring
Dm unWa Mr. Uryan acts in a.ani'r as they point aut.j
ht i Insincpr?. utid a demagogue in the bargain. They
ac ii .(- him of having held false theories bu they are unable
to point to one act of ill faith in his political career. They
have charged him with being a schemer for preferment
but a mere schemer change his views with every wind
that blows. If Mr. Uryan lms ever changed his views on a
subject of importance that affects tho nation ad n whole1
It has never been printed. I
Pome writers are calling Mr. Bryan a "professional
politician." Did you ever sea a product of Uint variety of
species that put prlnclplo nbOvo piofermont? Tho 'long
suit" of such camp followers is to got n sllco ot pie or feed
at tho public crib. Did you over see a "professional poll-
Uclnn" who was a real reformer?
This is an ago of reformers and Mr. Bryan la living
at an opportune time. Ho wnsi bom under auspicious cir-l
oumstannes and hns boon trained In the right school to bo
of present use In tho grand progress of social reforms. Hot
Is an exponent of those Ideals which his time demands
and needs. He represents tho golden mean hotween the
oxtramos of Socialism and autocracy
A fow pnrtlraiiB of tho trusts have accused Mr. Bryan
A truo woman is seldom won by a ninny In love any
nroro Uian a truo patriot lnollnos toward a domngoguo as a
reformer. Mr. Bryan Is the antithesis of the political
demagogue. Whether In congress championing tariff re-
form In a national convention standing firm for nn ade-
quate currency or In a world's peace conference pleading
for tho brotherhood of man the great tribune has nover
caviled to the whims of the demagogue. He is as sincere
In motive as he Is In action.
BARGANING WITH FATE.
Today tho ambitious candidate bundles tip his railroad
passes and rotuniB them to tho companies that sent them;
tomorrow the nmbitlous candidate announces for office
Ho ought to recelvo credit of course for returning tho
passes but is he yet on equal footing with the man who
nover received or used anyi passes? This Is a quostlon for
tho voters to consider Vinlta Londor.
Two dally papers of this city died last week. The
newspaper graveyard at this city contains more than thirty
little mounds. Thoro soeniR to bo somothlng fnsclnnting
about tho nowspnpor cemetery located horo that attracts
puny concerns. If a rnper Is bont on suicide it butts Into
tho fiold broathes the Invigorating air of this county
mingles with tho busy morchants for a short time Blngs
Its donth song and goos to the graveyard. Somo fow of
tho more than thirty deaths may not have been suicides
bat In the vast majority of cases suicide was plainly con-
templated. Friends advised against the rfltfh act mer-
chant" kinder than in most places gave fair warning that
nothing could be expected (from them. This made no dif-
ference to those bent on destruction. Oklahoma City
Wonder If Muwhall Field would have been such nn
outrageous tax-dodgor if ho had known how tho revelation
would tarnish his (fair famo as an honest merchant.
Tho man who raw tho war from St. Potoruburg Mid
convlctod Stoossel for surrendering Port Arthur may havo
to stand a eolgo of tholr homo oily by Ituselans.
Health to the Longworths! May tholr Journey through
life meet with nothing moro sorious than that automobile
Two men wore rocenUy arrested In Boston for sloallui;
nn umbrella. Boston still koops ahead of tho moral pro-
Wo trust that somebody can bo found to go on John D.
Rockefeller's bond and that ho needn't go to Jail boforo
frhy use Rubber Stamps
on your Letter Heads En-
velopes Cards Etc.
in Line and be Up-io-dati
The Leader Plant....
Will turn out your Job work quickly and at reasonable
prices. Briefs MADE IN ONE DAY'S TIME. Blank
Books of all kinds in stock and made to order. Best
Equipped Bindery in the Southwest.
New Style of Letter Head. SencLto the Leader Office
for Styles Samples "Prices Etc.
Business Office Phone 75. ;
Molamt Candle. .
ror Thdmai- lft -up molasses Jiv cup
brawn susftfi H P butter. TMIt Until
buttle fra3 If lilted t ouarts tWnots
hoprd ritust cat Into siruaree Walwita
are nice for a &Mntc. also most any r.fy
Homf-maile prnn it fcrtttle cat
m-V.uls halved ami prtad In iKtttnm of
wll-gTeased ran. 1'ot.r oor It tho foU
toning. Boll until rrlsp In cold water 1
cup very dark motnraet l cup tirrmn su-
gar 1 teaspoon lmgaf 1 Iftipc table-
spoon butter Juct lifforo removing
stir In 1 Scant tenxruinn coda break In
to pleeea instnad of rutting
Candy to potl 1 cup flht hi own su-
i?nr. 1 caps Mew Oricij -flames l ta-
blesroon vinegar butter noil
till brittle let eool in v pw pans theu
pull till white.
Are nlee to serve with oold sliced ton-
rue or botletl barn. Make a syrup of two
pounds llclit brawn susai a pint of vin-
egar arid toftsdoonful of cloves arid olnna-
man. Tie In a bas When it bolls skim
durst seleated raisins on the stem and
liiimcr for tin hour or let tatyn stand
until the second day. tden reboot tho
tyrup put In tho raisins and let thorn
stand where thoy nil! keep .'uat bslo?
bolbns point until the rnlslns are plump
an louder then seal up In class Jars.
Omit tho spices If you porfcr a more del-
Irate pickle. Prunes make a good pickle
It soaked as for stcwlnff then drained
and slowly cooked In the spiced syrup as
" . '.'.r
These are delicious made of fresh na-
tive figs. To every pound of Ars allow
one and one-half cups of sugar for a syr-
up. When bolllns' drop In tho figs avoid
much crowding. When figs are tender
enough to penetrate with a toothpick
teke from the syrup and plnce in jars In
layers with a few whole cloves and bro-
ken mace sprinkled over them. Pour the
hoi syrup over them and let them cool.
Then drain off the syrup reheat nnd
again pour tho syrup over them and let
stand until cold. Do this for three suc-
cessive mornings. On the third morning
add a cup of strong vinegar to every
three cups of the boiling syrup and Im-
Mediately pour over vr.e figs and seal up.
Pickled rtlpe Cucumbers.
Take solid ripe cucumbers; pare quar-
ter nnd scrape out the seeds. If you pre-
fer you can cut them Into thick slices or
rings removing the large seeds. Soak
over night In a brine made of two gallons
soft water and one cup of salt Next
morning drain thoroughly nnd add to
boiling syrup mado with one quart of vine-
gar a pint of sugar an ounce stick cin-
namon and auater ounce each whole
clocs and mace. Do not crowd them In
the syrup. Keep below tho boiling point
until tender then cklm out Into Jars"
When all are cooked and cool the Jar
may bo sealed or tied up with pararfl
paper as they will keep for a very Ion
time. Melon rinds may bo pickled i
same manner or. If you want a Car
rich looking pickle drain oft tho syrv
from the cooked fruit when it Is flr
cooked and cold and reheat and pour ove.
the melon for a few days; then heat all
together and seal up.
Hickory Nut Macaroons.
Mix one cup of hickory nut meats with
ono cup of sug.tr and one-half cup ot
Dour. Drop In buttered tins.
Two pounds of sugar two pounds of al-
monds blanched and chopped fine one-
half round '.? citron two tablesj-TmfuIs
of cinnamon nnd the whites ot nine eggs
beaten to a froth. Stir well. Drop witfc
a tf-aspoon onto paper and bako in a
moderate oven. '
Twenty rounding tablespoonfuls ot
flour four tablespoonsfuls of butter tout
rounding tablespoonfuls ot sugar one-
half teaspoonful of salt one tablespoon-
ful of sour wine or vanilla one-quartc:
of a pound of grated almonds Stir togeth-
er roll cut Into almond snaps and fry In
hot oil. Drop into sugar mixed with cin-
namon. i TiJ(
Spice Nut Cakes.
One cup ot molasses two cups of brown
sugar one cup of butter one cup of
iweet milk ono cup of nut meats chop-
ped fine spice to taste and one table-
rpoonful of soda dissolved In n little hot
water. Jllx In Hour enough so that the
mgredlents will stir easily noli and cut.
tn small c&Xcs.
Hot Gingerbread. '
One rup J cw Orleans molasses I cup
Drippings or half butter half drippings
4 tablespoons milk. 1 well-beaten egg. Hi
rups flour 1 tonapoon bnklnjr powder In.
nour; pour unppings boning hot over
molasses and add In order given. Babe
IE or 20 minutes In quick oven in long
hallow pan. .1 always bink It rather
than cut. Never have any left to "cut
celd." Try It and report. -
Chetnut Souffle. . "
Mix d rounding tableftpoonful of flour
and a auarter of a cupful of sugar. Add
a cupful ot c-nestnut kernels boiled and
mashed Then giadualiy Italf a cupful ot
milk Cook five minutes stirring con-
stantly. Beat the white of three eggs un-
til stiff and drv. ant nut and fold into
the first mlxtura. Fill three-quarters full
set In a pan of bet water and bake in a
slow oven until Arm to the touch Turn
out and serve with whipped or earn or
Preserved Pears With Clnaer.
l"o. Celeste Take pears not quite ripe
pare a.vl core and Mit in Ions thin strlpa.
To 4 lbs of the fruit SilU 3 lbs of sugar
the riad and lulte of t lemons cut Into
mall piece. U lb Qf unserved ginger ai.d
1 gill uf water Bolt till fruit Is transpar-
ent Ff.l jars while hot and seal at onae.
This is my favorite preserve. It Is called
"Chip pear." Hope it is what you wish.
Any you m lady r gentleman In our
wMUt who hds those awful pimple on
their fate cun have thm positively rc-
tiMtved ir they wilt but write E. vY.
IIOBB 11EDICLNB CO.. SolO Olive Street
St.. St. Louis Mo. who furnish a legal
guarantee to remove the pimples or
cure the worst cae ot IScsema or re-
fund thJ pili- paid for S&BMO. the great-
est cur for Skin JOtoeaees nertb.
Write at once and bo fully .convinced.
MISS MARY MAYCER.
MRS. LIZZIC SHARFE.
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I'lHO. UIII1ILO UULLUIItlti
There are hundreds of thousau is of women in America suffering from
Pelvic Diseases endangering their Jives by neglecting treatment. If they
will write to me J will give them the benefit of my extensive experience
in treating this class of ailments. S. B. Hartman M. D.
IS view of thn groat multltndo of
women suffering from somo form of
femalo dlseaso und yot unablo to find
any euro Dr. Hartman tho renowned
gynecologist lias announced his willing-
ness to direct tho treatment of as many
cases as may mako application to him
during tho summer1 months without
Miss Mary Mayger 200 Delhi Btreet
Philadelphia Pa. writes:
'lleforo taking your medlclno 1 was
completely run down.
Headache nnd Backache.
"My back and head ached all tho time
and I was so nervous that it was impos-
sible for mo to attempt any work
"After tiMng two bottles of Poruna
there was a wonderful chango and 1 am
now a well woman.
"I cannot express my gratitude suf-
ficiently ud 1 am recommending it to
all my friends."
Dr. llartman's treatmont will bo con-
ducted by correspondence.
The medicines prescribed can bo ob-
tained at all drug stores.
The Doctor will prcscribo all medi-
cines applications hygienic and diet-
ary regulations necessary to effect com-
Furthermore all correspondence wOl
lo held Btrk'tly confidential.
Entire System Affected.
Mrs. James Golloher Norwood On-
tario Can. writes:
"I was Buffering from systomio ca-
tarrh for about two years.
"In clamp weather I was unablo to do
my work as my back and sides would
ache and I thought if I did not soon
find a euro I could not livo long.
"1 saw where Pcruna had cured hun-
dreds who had suffered as I was suffer-
ing. I decided to try It.
"After taking tho first bottle I felt a
"1 have taken livo bottles and 1 am
"J thank Dr. Hartman for his kind
advice to me."
Dr. llartman's offer will hold good
during tho entire summer months.
Any woman can become a regular
patient by sending a writton statement
of her age condition of Hfo symptoms
of her derangements and previous
Dr. llartman's Advice.
Mrs. l.tMle Sharpo 203 Friendship
street Providence ft. 1. writes:
"Some tlmo ago I wrote you asking
advice in regard io my health describ-
ing my symptoms.
"Following yo'ir advice and taking
your medicine for only flvo weeks 1
am thankful to say I am a well woman.
"I had suffered lor a number of years
witli constipation indigestion and fe-
malo troubles ot tho worst form. I was
unable to do ray housowork without
"After taking Peruna I havo exper-
ienced the mos.t satisfactory results. I
am like a now woman.
"I do all my own housowork for seven
rooms thanks to Peruna.
"I want to recommend Pemna to all
who are similarly oflllctcd."
Tho principal remedy which Dr.
Hartman relies upon in curing catarrhal
diseases of women is Jtferuna.
Hundreds of women sufferers find
Peruna a household remedy. Many of
theso women have written letters of
thanks for thu benefit they havo ob-
tained. Dr. llartman's Experience.
As is well known Dr. Hartman is the
President of the Hartman Sanitarium
an institution whicli has a department
dovotcd to tho treatment of female dis-
eases. Hois thus brought to see a great many
of such cases every year tho most of
whom return to their homes to com-
plete their treatment by correspond-
ence. Thoso wishing to becomo patients by
correspondence should address Dr. B. 11.
Hartman President of the Hartrnaa
UanlUrlum Columbus Ohio.
SPEAKS FOR FF.RGUSON.
Prominent Politician Says He Will Carry
Spcinl to Dally Leader.
Kiel Okla. July S8. A prominent
member ot the territorial school land ap-
praisers' board wlm has iield office un-
der several nlmlr.'.stratlons. nnd Is now
passing on land values for the Frantz
"Coernor Ferguson's nomination in
the Saeond congressional district can-
not b(r side-tracked. Tho peovle are a
unit In hts favor. They feel he wns not
given n fair chance to defend hlmseir. i
In commenting on Governor Ferguson's
removal and Fronts' appointment no
ono altlclses tho now governor. All
unlte in -aylnir that his administration
lj proving successful. But tho will of '
the people Is to nominate Ferguson for I
cnnnrpsfl. nnl vmi mnv flunAnrf unnn It 1
tho people will ime the.r wny."
EVOLUTION OF A NAME.
Thrift Is not tho only motive of tho
ndvertlsment reader for there Is use-
ful knowledge to bo gotten from tho
ads. and glimpses of personalties and
Ideals a general broadening of outlook.
Aristocratic Tinge Added with
"anclng Years and Fame.
Two men who happened to bo Jour
ncylng across a western state in tho
same railway train became bo well
acquainted with each other that when
they reached the station where one
of tuera was to get off they expressed
their mutual pleasure z& harlne net
sad exchanged business curds.
O jOl. js r o act ac -a-.
bt. tie tt Kk"I Ya Hats Always Bought
The Home of Good Goods and Low Prices
We Lead Them All
Paint $1.00 per Gallon.
Wall Paper 4c per Roll.
The Celebrated Crown Perfumery 25c
per Ounce and everything: in the same
RENFRO'S DRUG STORE
206 West Oklo. Ave.
BLAKENEY ENTERS THF RACE.
Bpeeta! to Dally Utpder.
Shawqe. Okie. July . li It Disk-
Hey. one of the' rtteat prominent at-
torneys of this eotttty. has entered the
reee for oenstliutfenftl delegate from his
district whatever' lines may be. He
U a well known Pemocrut and a hard
worker with a bic aeaualntane. lit
strongest opponent Is conceded to be
former Probate Judge W. 8 Pndleton.
HO ARE YOU FEELING?
It is nlwaye well to have a box of salve
in tho bouse. '-Sunburn cuts bruises.
Piles and boils yiejd to DoWitt's Witch
HaicJ Salvp. piKiuld keep'a. box on hand
at 'Jill times to .projjhU fqj emergen-
cies For years ae sjtmdar?. but foV
(owed'by WiSify imJtatlon I'Jje. sun? you
et the genuine pSwftrft Witch" Hal
Salve. Q. It. nnfro.
Are you hi a run-down condition irregular appetite a bloating sensation after meals
pains around the heart? Do you have dizzy spells sick and nervous headaches heartburn;
i sour stomach and That Tired Feelirm? ...- -
If so it is an indication that your LIVER is not performing its duty by throwing off the
; poison irpm iue system.
lOur Valuable Prescription No.20
Will correct this at once Purely a Vegetable Preparation
W Gurtvntce it to restore a torpid ami inactive
liver io a perfect and natural action
TTR-Y IT. 35 CENTS A.BQTTIX M
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