The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 5, Ed. 1, Wednesday, August 29, 1906 Page: 4 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLA. WEDNESDAY AUQU8T 29 IWe.
TBE DAILY LEADER
BY LESLIE Q. NIBLAOK.
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WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 20 1D0G.
Wan Ferguson In favor of an oarly convontlon?
Where was Golsslor tfhun tho brlok was thrown?
Of course ChlU has suffered. But so for that matter
have spaghetti and chop suey.
The Washington Post says It Is not original with the
President. Josh Billings saw It "fiirst."
Fortunately tho course being taken by tho earthquake
disturbances Is toward tho southern "Jumplng-off" place.
Do the Second district Republicans wish ub to under-
stand that by honoring Ferguson they repudiate Roosevelt?
Tho farce of indicting tho Standard Oil Is again on the
boards. This time It was in New York. That company
cares as little for being Indicted as Roosovolt did for tho
Seven car loaJs of Nebraskans wont to New Yorlc
to meet and greet Bryan on his return to this country. Will
somebody please inform the Republicans who say
"Bryaniim Is on tho docllno?"
It is allogod that tho ind'nted members of tho too trust
complain that their prosecution is but porsooutlon of tho
politicians "No rogue o'er felt the halter druw with good
opinion of tho law" or evim of the mon whoso duty it was
to execute It.
An oxcerpt from a speech made recently by Senator
Beverldge reado "We aro lu the Renaissance of the deca-
logue in American commerce." Is the situation as bad as
Ueverldgo would seem to be painting It or Is the foregoing
sentence simply an Illustration of this now fangled
Tho Chicago man who returned to his wire after
thirty years abBenco and silenco has been Indicted lor
bigamy. Under another namo ho Is said to have married a
South Dakota woman. Sho won't stand for the decoption
anil his formor wife may have to use irroch of that $5000
he gavo her to defend him.
London papora aro savage at Roosovolt for trying to
reform spelling. Says tho Standard: "Whon It comos to
sentimont about an Anglo-Saxon hogomony to bolster up
aa assault on tho English language wo begin to kick. Our
language is our own." Just proved that it wasn't by using
the AmeiicanlBm "kick" though.
REPUBLICAN MACHINE POLITICS.
The awful nolltlcul condlltdna that "prevail In etatrs
long controlled by the Hjubllcnn part shows tho de-
pravity of Republican leaders. Tho voters softm to have
but little to my. Some of them attnd onubtmos and con-
vcnUcma. but theee abjectly follow their leaders and en
dors their worat doings. When it comes to tho election
ihpy alio i?tlll leas Independence for they march to the
polls to ratl'y the ticket named by the bosses ti-aslon-ally
a Republican partisan organ of the faction that lows
cortrol of tire ornanUatlon blusters a bit a lion i hi do
pravlty of ''th ln and advises "the out" to i honir
thing but whn l coirf nrar election tlmi tho wholf
hltipr do is swallowwl foi tin sake of the i.aitv
.Inst now there is a factional ftght on In tin- state of
New York und the anti-a.lmlnlMuitlon faction Kicking
vigorously to try and set a tbnnce at tho fl( i pots.
Time we find the New York Sun controlled b the Morgan
crowd telling some home truths when It says It is a
long time since the people of this Rtate have had anything
to do with their jwu govern-nent. They have been pe
mitted to vote ror certain candidates for office but not
to c1im those -fiiidldates."
"Is there today In public office high or low In the
state of New York a single man who occupies his place
as the choice of tho people? Not ono!"
"It is time that the people usurped their own powers
reasserted their faculty and their right of choice. The
suffrage Is 8. mockery otherwise."
Not one Republican official tho choice of tho votors.
That Is a terrible Indictment of Republican maclilno
toIItt:. Turn tho Unseals onL
What do you think of It? It Is now said that 30000
Chinamen aro to bo lmportod for tho bonoflt of contractors
and steamship companies who are to put up campaign
funds in return for favors from Oyster Bay; and that
Cannon Shoiunn and other Republican leadors are parties
to tho deal. Tho. A. F. of L. Is on to tho Job. The founda-
tion for tho trick was laid on the 26th of last January and
was fully exposed In congroft- by McNary Clark Williams
and Underwood. Seo the Congressional Record for Jan.
DOINGS OF CANDIDATES.
VIco president Fairbanks finds making hay with nn
autoraobllo for a hay rake ratlier too oxcltlng so ho will
take a airrall swing aroundi tho circle and try and puncture
tho rubbor tiros of Speaker Cannon and other recoptivo
candidates for tha Republican nomination fot president.
As nothing hotter offers he will spoak at the opening of
tho Ohio State Colored Educational and Industrial exposi-
tion at Colurabua Ohio. It always well for Ropubllcan
candidates for president to keep on tho blind fildo of the
colored brethren nnd such delegate to national conven-
tions notoriously! need watching. Unless Cannon and Taft
are willing to open their barrels they had hotter keep nn
eye on Fairbanks.
Hoke Smith had it all his own way In the Georgia
campaign. This Is a great year or tho Hokas and Hochs.
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iBSSSSSSSSSBBSSSSSSBSSBSSHSIBSE 3r&. &
MRS. LOUIS LACOMB.
SUFFERED FOB MONTHS.
Tho Oultan revolution has hardly gono boyond tho
opeTa bouffe stage and tho money trnrkotB of tho world
huvo felt no uneasiness by reason of It. That revolution
reminds one of tho recent review of tho Rhode Islnnd
.militia by tho chief executive of the stato Tho governor
stood tifon a fjUimp and the mlllUa rode by In a hack.
Shawnoe Journal: Ovor In Muskogee 1000 peoplo met
In mass convention and ondorsed a man from each party
C N. Haskell and P. B. Hopkins for tho constitutional con-
vention and askod tho big polltlanl parties to endorse them.
That's Benso and they will do something for Muskogee.
But Haskell ought to bo mado to agree not to spring that
Sequoyah constitution on us.
Secretary Shaw has returned to Washington from
Iowa but does not caro to talk about the Republican con-
vention. Probably not. the drubbing Cummlnu haa given
him must be a soro spoL perhaps Soorotary Shaw will
now find some time to attend to his dutloe as secretary
of tho treasury ins toad of occupying most or his time
making partisan and absurd ronrnrks ubout the tariff.
ELEVATOR CAPACITY OF
CORN PILED ON GROUND
Will Again Be Familiar
Sight Along Railroads
anticipated an extraordinary orop and
havo made preparations ifor feeding
a much groator part of tho crop than
usual. Moro cattle and hoga will bo
fed in Oklahoma this fall than over
bofore In tho history of tho territory.
Tho- shocking of the corn has been
commonced in sonm parts of the ter-
ritory but In most sections It will be
two or three weeks bofore that is
started. Everywhere howovor. Uio
corn Is conceded to bo the best ever.
Tho rains havo come at Juet the right
Intervals to bring it to the groatost
maturity and at th same tlmo not a
drop of tho molsturo has been wasted.
Last year's com crop in Oklahoma
wrb a little short of 40.00.000 bushels.
This year It Is believed that It will
6ally reach 60000000. The estimated
oaaii value or the 1906 crop was $.11-
440000. Figuring on the same be '.
this year' should be worth at least
$16000000 or $17000000 to the farm-
ra of Oklahoma.
BROKE UP SENATE TRADITION.
Special to Dally Leader.
Ponoa Oily. OkJo.. Aug. . Grailn
men in northern Oklahoma predict
that Uu familiar sight of corn piled
upon the ground at all the shipping
station' will be witnessed again this
fall. Last year corn wag plied upon
the ground at Red Rock White Basle.
BUM Raw City. Unoas and other otj
the towns along the Arkansas river
valley in yllea as high as an ordinary -hay
stack and in somo oases extend-
ing for half a milt nleng th railroad
tracks. All of t.f towiw bavo eleva-
tors bet they are of small capacity '
and wholly inadequate to oare for the
burden which was imposed inwn them
while it wa an Impossibility for the
railroads to furnish cars fast enough
to care lor !; corn e tt oarae In. It
was will into tit winter before the
corn pile disappeared euttroly from
beside the wllroad tracks and m
It was only done by banging in mini
hers of porUblo shWera and shipping
out the eholled corn.
That was the situation last year
with a good crop. What it will be
t'fila year with a orop that promises '
(o eclipse all previous records re-
trains to bo seen. The chances aro
however that there will not be any
KToat Increase ovor the amount ship-
ped out last year as the farmers have I
FOR THE AMERICAN MARKET
Process by Whic. Italian Cherries Art
Prepared for the Festive
manor in which Italian cherries mil-
lions of which are used in American
cocktails aro prepared has been re-
ceived at the department of eoui-
merce and labor.
lly the Italian processes cherries
to be packed in spirits are brought
to tho faotory and cleaned by women
They aro then subjected to the sul-
phur bath to preserve color and aro
afterwards passed through three al-
cohol baths In whioh the strength of
the fluid is Increased from 30 to the
00 grade. The ontlre procewa of
preparation consumes nearly 46 days.
Malo labor Is employed throughout
after the oloaning proqees at wages
approximating 40 cents a day.
Whon bottlod for shipment tho
cherries sell at about 40 cents a
pound. Preserred or undipd ahei
rles take the sulphur bath are then
stoned cooked in sugared water to
which sweetening is gradually added
and are then loft for two qr threo
days in the basins until the sugar
slightly ferments. They are then
boiled again In water In which tho
proportion of sugar is Increased and
on finishing aro either sold for can
died cherries or are bottled in a
heavy syrup. Women do tho cleaning
and pick the stonos; wen do tho rest
Speech Made by Idaho Statesman
It Is one of tho amiable traditions
it the senato of the United States
that no new senator shall make a set
speech till he has served a year or
longer. Old senators are vory Impa-
tient of the assumption of Importance
Tho late George E. Edmunds of
Vermont onco allowed It to be under-
stood that ho would soon retire from
public life. Idaho had just been ad'
milted as a state with the privilege
of electing sonalors tho one tor a long
torm and tho other for a short term.
A Mr. McConnell drew tho short torm
nnd having but two months to suite
proceeded to make the best of It. The
day after he had been sworn In he
took up a position In the middle aisle
and In a foghorn voice made his
While he was holding tho fort Mr.
Edmunds entered the chamber. He
stopped short and 4aiod at the speaV-
er with the utmost astoniBhme.it.
Then he made his way to his soM
and. leaning over to the sonatnr next
to him asksd: "Who Is that person?"
"A senator from Idaho. '
"You don't say so! When did 1
"He was sworn In yesterday"
"Sworn In yesterday and making t
speech to-day" mused HdmundV
"Well well If that doesn't beat alJ:
It looks like It's time for me to qulf'
And In a fow days ho resigned.--Success
Opportunity Shoo Sale ROBINSONS.
Will They Do Itr
"Now" says an advertisement
"there an 6.000.000 wage-earners In
Bngland. if all will hang together"
It is not quite how we should bavs
aut It ourselves. It rather reminds
us of Franklin at the declaration of
Independenee: "Gentlemen wo must
all hang trjfther or asiuredly we shall
all hang separately." -London Globe.
A Bodkin Substitute.
A small safety pin makes a very
good substitute for a bodkin when
that useful but elusive artlole makes
its absence felt as It usually chooses
to io at the vory momont you're set.
ULjg to run ribbons and tapes in the
piles of lauadered underclothes.
A werlj ef truth in a lew wards:
"Nearly alt other eowgh eurea are een
stlpatlng-. especially those eentalalns
opiate. Kennedy'n Laxative Honey and
Tar moves te bowels. Contains no
plates." You can eel It at C. R. ea-fro's.
Operation Advocated Saved
Mrs. Louis Lacomb Ilayward Wis.
"1 have followed your treatment as
closoly as 1 could and am now entirely
"We had two doctors and one said
that I would have to hare an operation
performed before I could regain my
"We then decided to write yon as to
my condition as I had boon suffering
ttearly a year with sovoro pains and
headaches at tlmos so that I could
scarcely stand up.
"Now I feel so well after a short
tmatment with your remedy and am
so grateful that I do not know how to
express my thanks.
"1 thank you many times for the kind
advlee I havo had from you."
Wrltoc- Dr. S.B. Hartman President
of the Hartman Sanitarium Columbus
Ohio for free medical advico.
58 CENTS CAUSED
A CRUEL MURDER
Special to Ually Leader.
South McAlcator I. T. Aug. 20.
From all accounts one of thq most
cold-blooded inurdors over committed
in thfs ?art of the territory occurrod
at tho mining town of Bachc four
miles from this city Sunday afternoon
at 2 o'clock when Horman Bliss uhot
and killed Tom Careda an Italian
Sandy McCoy who was with Bliss
at tho time of the shooting was
brought to this city Immediately by
Deputy Marshal Zoke Miller and
placed In jail but Bllee lied and has
not yet been captured.
Bliss who s a young runn had been
drinking for quite awhile. Several
days ago he wont Into Careda's store
and fawned his coot for two 26-cont
bottlOB of cider. Yesterday afternoon
ho went to tho storo and told Careda
ho wanted' his coat. Tho merchant
told him that ho could havo the coat
whon he paid him Uio CO cants. Bliss
swore than ho would have the cbat and
then left tho store.
About a half hour afterward Careda
woa oat back of his storo whon ho Haw
Bliss and Sandy McCoy approaching
hlns. Bliss had a shot gun. Tho mer-
chant started toward his store but
boforo he could gain tho door ho was
shot through tho body by Bliss Tho
BB. bullet tore a largo hole In Careda'a
abdomen. Ho dlod Instantly.
Bliss dropped hl gun nnd ilea. Mc-
Coy was captured.
Tho shooting has caused consider-
able foaling among tho Italians.
O PENSION DECISIONS. O
O By the Assistant Secretary of the O
O Department of the Interior. O
Rate Dependent Relatives -A i ) ulcnt
iridthcr who claims l.y rea.nn f dHth of
rrlo- origin. i crlltti'T to .1 rntjtis; nT
luit 112 prr momli whin the or .Kin of
tin ite.ith onup.' u ri'iniitotf while
sulilli whs a r'rivnti" rninHhm iTWMnJf
tl)' fill t lllllt '1 HHtlV i.fll'IW i -il In-.
cimi" . c.niulin'ircl .ir.fr
Line of DutyRetired Officer. ?.
fllr .Tilled ultfi thirty w.ira j M
can not bo iIdor-d i mill m th
oiviu for pptiiiomtble purpose wlili.'it
t'w proof f tho origin .r illxulilllty In
lino of lm- Th service con fmplii toil
1 Pit. Uw Is notive xp-vlee. .-mil disa-
bility of death must be kIiowd to bo duo
Desertion Enlisted Man Officer. The
Jol.it iev!utlon of July 1 1BOJ. exclude
from lis n-wlslona thie soldi who.
dining; ilifir last term of service. aeiveO
as unim! sloied officers In tho nrmy.
Note- Slnee the above decision was ren-
dered oonavess has by Joint resolution
tinted June S8 19015 so amended the
pi-evlous joint resolution of July 1 1802.
as to tlve title to com missioned officer
and cnllste ' men alike.
Practice Appeal. A pensioner may ap
peal from a ratine allowed him without
nrst flllnu a claim for ro-attojt when ho
has not subsequently nisi nny claim for
lncroaso or otherwise impliedly nccept-
ea suoh rating us sufficient.
Marriage Claimant nnd soldier were
ceremonially married In 1879. li isio
she obtained a divorce from him. Shortly
ineruorter tney resumed their former re-
lations In the stte of Mlsslssinpl no
ceremonial marriage ngnln bctig; per-
formed. The caso Is reminded for fur-
ther special examination to secure ns
ovldenoo of n common-law mnrrlnjre the
general repute etc. of tho partlc.
Pleading Declaration A declaration
for pension tinder tho ct of Jun 27
1890 need -.lot specify the law undo?
which the sumo Is tiled. If It alleges
tho fttctn required by tht statute t be
proved It Is sufficient.
9m sssssssTsT s B ' B B i. VM sb
fon Infants and Children.
Castorln is ft harmless mibstituto for Cnstor Oil Pare-
goric Drops nnd 800111111"; Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium Morphlno nor other Narcotio
fiiihslanco. It destroys AVonus nntl allays Fevcrlslincss.
It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colle. It relieves Tooth-
ing' Troubles and cures Constipation. It rotrulatcs tuo
Stomach nnd Bowels plvlnp; healthy nnd natural Bleep
Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
1 Soars tho Signaturo of
w " sr - - -
In Use For Over 30 Years
In order to make room for goods to arrh'e we offer as
aispiayea m our juast Window a choice lot of China Sal-
ads at a 20 Per Cent Discount See the odds and
ends of Porcelain etc.. In our West "Window all marked
down to greatly reduced prices. Take advantage of these
offers and supply your needs.
Guthrie Glass and China Co.
208 East Okie-home Avenue
The Home of Good Goods and Low Prices
Summer Diarrhoea In Children.
During tho hot woatlw of tho sum-
mer months the first unnatural loose-
nofcs of n child's bowote sboultl Imro
Immodlme attontlon so as to check
the OUeaae before it btcoraos seiious.
All that le naoewsry is a few dotes of
Charaberlnin'8 Collo Choloni and
Diarrhoea Itomody followod by a dose
of cantor oil to cleauio tho system
llev. M. O. Stockland Paator of the
first M. B. Clwrcli Little Palis. Mlntu
t.utes: "We have used Chamberlain's
Co:ic Cholora and Diarrhoea Rnmody
for several yaars and find It a very
ralu.ible remedy eapaolally for sain-
wer dlsorrtora in children." Sold by
P. D. Lllllo & Co.
Ceventecn Blazes In OUshoma ally
Oklalwm City. Ohta.. Aug. . far
thia month titer hv bn srnta-
flres bllra to bo inoaHdlary origin
tbwr hHut two today (t w Um In ten -ttou
ef the eliy couei: te effsr a retvevrd
of tiei far the nrrwt of th tneendtarise.
but Dtctlv Smith tbls flarnoe r-
rvated a boy aged 13 yra. who taW
a story about bolus a member ef a gang
of Voys who started the firan to so the
Are department run.
THE END OF THtJ WORLD
X touWs that robbed B. It Wolfe of
Bear Grove. la. of all ueafulae!. oame
when (lie becan taklnr Waelrle Bitters.
II wrlteai "Tw years ago Kidney
trouble eaused me trreat surterlns.
whioh I would never have survived had I
not taken Bleotrte Bitters. They also
oured me of General Debility." Sure
eure for all Stomach. Liver and Kidney
complaints Blood dlsfases Usadaehe.
01ztlne4 and Weakness or bodily do-
ollne. Frlce EOc. Guaranteed by aU
We Lead Them All
Paint $r.oo 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 OkleL. Ave.
O NEW STATE NEWS. O
lAwton lms organized a now band.
Chlekunhn Ir inuklmv war on the
Ardmoro lms a sow National lxe.ik
with oapltal stock of flfiO.COO.
The W. O. W. have a plonle and bar-
becue at Khigllshed September 19.
The ludlan Territory llvlslon of the
Antl-IIorpe-Tlilsf sMsoelat!on will mret
at Ada. October U.
When Oklahoma will be adrr del Into
the Union she will have .(' j miles of
rallrouii in operation.
Judge J. A. QUI aport.vid the order
for the iue of 180000 waterworks
bonds for Ctareoiore.
The D I'urent wlrless telesxaph sta-
Uo. which I to be ereotrd at Tulsa will
be la operation soon according; to a
tatement of the Tulaa. Democrat. This
will be the only wireless rtatlon In the
The asphalt deooalts of Oklahoma are
Mid to be Inexhaustible. Hundreds of
veins some fifty or more feat thick kmI
mllea lontr have been discovered. d
hardly a week names that '.xw deposits
are not found.
There la no state In the Union
has the reeouroes
noma. Coal uaa.
inexhaustible quantities und with the
undeevelopod water powo . nuku the
suite supremo in this rwpect.
Tho rolls of Indian bnbles forwarded to
tho Department of the Interior for ap-
proval ore belnir retu-wrd. Tba 3rt
schedules lmvo already been received.
Notloes will be sent out to porcnts of
theso children us fast no tho sahcdulos
are approved usklnc them to eome in
and tile for their ohlldreu
Tho Tulsa Bar oseQcIatlon is wrestling
with the proposition as to whether ne-
groes and drunkards fhnll be given
membership la that organization. It ap-
pears that there nre amlioatfcms from
both Bendlnc tiefore tba Mamberahtp
committee and a red-hot discussion haa
been starttd us to what Khali he done
The first accident of &. isequence that
haa yet occir.-ed o.k the Arkanaas river
is the sinking of the Queen City a small
boat plying between Hyle Par and Port
Qlbson which went down in shallow
water oue day last weo't with a crowd
of politicians on boet-4. There were
about twenty peoplo on the boat when
she went down and they were taken off
Miss Uudy Dyer la the first woman to
become a member or a political club In
tli new elate. At i meeting of the
Checotak Democratic club a few days
ago she wwa admitted as an honorary
member. When she was admitted to
membership she made a political speech
uhloh Is said to liae been as good as any
made by the old-time campaigners who
spoke at the same meeting.
-vsroLSiiax.Pts 5 ?rsiret!?Ej4
and of in practically aUUA ll.J U A Cindy Bowl laUthft.
BITTEN BY 8NAKES.
Two Little Children Are Victims
Honrretta. I. T. Aug. M. Tho little 6-yonr-old
girl of II. L. Jordan a farmer
llvl'.ig six miles east of hero eat down
on the doorstep ant w-3 bitten on tho
foot by a. diamond n)ttlonnke three and
a half feet long. This morning about
9 o'clock her little 7-year-old sister woe
out In the baok yard and was tiltton on
he calf of the log by another dlamonif
rattlesnake tliat was over four feot lone
and the children are lu J precarious ren-
dition. Mr. Jordan kille 1 both wutkts.
A MYSTERY SOLVED.
"How to keep off perioJIe attaoks of
biliousness and hatltjal constipation
was a mystery that Dr. Klng'a New
Life Pille solved for me. ' writes John N.
Pleasant of Magnolo. Ind. The only
pills that are guaran?u to gl-.e per-
fect satlsfaetlon to everybody or money-
refunded. Only 2fc at all druggists.
School Books and School Sunnllea at:
Cray's drug store lie Bast Okla. Ave.
BOISE CITY IDAHO.
National lrrigatln congress will be held
nt Bolsa City September 3d to 8th for
whioh occasion the Santa Fe off era the
exceptionally low round trip rate of ono
rare plus M oents. Stopovers will be al-
lowed at Pueblo and all points west
thereof either going or returning. Tlok-
ets 0-4 sale August 30th. 31st and Sep-
tember Irt. Final return limit thirty
days from date of sale. This Is tho
cheapest thing that will be offered to.
that part of L.if .untry during present-
eason. M. N. COCHRKIX.
Special Sale on Syringes
(A Household Necessity.)
We have all tb? Jatgt imprgved that the 20tli Century demands. AJso Iqe and Hot
A 20 PER CENT. DISCOUNT
This Week on anything in the Rubber Line.
If you are in need of anything in this line it will
pay you to DRUG
!"? A ! -f fy yyi f-. T
X aite AQVani;ag OI JL IllS C?aiC Edwrd Nichols. Prop-
Opportunity Shoe Sale ROBINSONS.
Opportunity Shoe 6lROaiNSONS.
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