The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 39, Ed. 1, Tuesday, October 9, 1906 Page: 4 of 8
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THB LEADER OUTHWe OKLA TUESDAY. OCTOBER 9 1900.
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MEMIIKR OP ABftOCIATKD TRRBS
Publlrfmfl ii ifii-rnoon from The
lander tratUIIrm 107 et Hnrrlaon nve-rirt-
and rpiri-f.1 t the (liitli.lo Post-
sffl.sc t Ponnei rim Matter
Ruber ript km Halts Rally.
tVr by oi.rler
1'er month hy cutler ... .
Pet yenr ) enrrler In adat
Per -nr liv mail. In idsuni.
Official Oounty Paper.
Official City Paper.
The Ic.n)r U .i member of the i
ciat'-cl In and it stive tin ii iv t. '
Rmvh report of Hut great n w oic.ml-
xatlon for cxclimive aftero. en puli'l' .illon
In Oiithrln anil HO mUca ru.liii
Waihlngton Newa Bureau 1J4 B St.
New York Office 10 Nmiiu St.
Chicago Ortloe. William . Johnson
I li photic.
iotii'k rt) srusci:iitri:s
In the vent wf dtlltuv I. mv lui r-
ftct or papers being rolh d ii-iu or
mutilated mibst ilbem urn itiiii I to nuke
Immediate foniplilnl to 11 i lm ni is n-
fk'c In jMit.n In phi nt r lis i in
TITB8DAY OCTOURf' I' I mil
A new ttrior ha? been added to
I fie cir'.- troubles diice It.- Iicairl
that three mm In an auto-i oldlc were
It might be obscivcd that G tupr
liaJ a whole month yet to tl hi work-
after the Utile niacti.e bout lie had In
Thrt lutost rule of sidewalk etiquette
ns defined by n ronteinporaiy. in thai
ibe lady "should walk inside the
Tin- New York Republican caiu-
pa.gn fund might have be n wWel
expanded In !"iiiiK Mrs
tin I II after the election.
A Halt Inline preacher pnecs that
ih" world is getting; better ftoni the
criminal record . N w If it had boen
a Plttabiirs; preacher
Wonder if Carnegie on lit tiring of
that LID. from Abeideen ootid lime
equalled Andy Jackson on u Rtinllnr
occasion who quoted nil the Ijttln he
knew ns follow. Sic semper tyran-
ids e plurlbti trtiua' inolttim In parvo
colliers Weekly begins an
fiom its Cuban correspondent
the qttotntlcn "Non l'nhna sine pulva"
and assures us that this Is Latin and
not Spanish. It used to be "pnifcre"
when wo studied Latin. Hut the
iiaiislatlon Is a good one "You can't
m c Palnia for tht tltwU"
Would the voters of Oklahoma settd
a twlonn keepr to tit eoniitltiitlonal
e nvenlldti to write a provision in tfce
rotmtltntlnti fur nrnhlliltlon?
Woi Id the people ol Oklahoma end
a minuter to the constitutional con-
vention to make provision for a
wide pen Hotor ;ollry In the roust I-
t nt i mi
Hmo ai- two pt(iisllitiitH to whirli
any xod-i in OMslinma wonlil bo abl"
to tike itn t edl.it's t(l Mow 'much
dlfleiiii c is thete In elihei of these
two pi opoMlllons ninl the one made
by the Hepiibllrau pailv to aelrtl rail
r tu' iiiiiiin and i pi Ki-i.lntlve ol
the !iilio.iiK to the ''onslitntion tl
eoiiK ntlon to inake in lolntnt for
rc. ildtln.; those em potatloiiK? Is
thin- a Mm' man in Oklahoma who
bdli'Ms that the raltioads hae
d" alt tali with the people f Oklaho-
mn who lxlieeH that the railroad -I
in' dealt jnHtly in tin ninlier of
l id- to th ople v( Olsl.ihiinia ami
linllaii '1 1 tutor) ?
Is there a man toil.iN who hollow
Unit I he lom-esenlathi i of tin- tall
lo.uls who dte ankim' icn Mioit that
tin n i ?o to the c nsliti limi.il eon
ention. will there mil.o piolslon'
tl'M ii milatliiK the i ail i inl - ' ('!-
ttilnlv (el otei sho il be etiall
as .ili'e in niiswei tlii . (sllon as the
mn s on the piohlb.tio'i iui( null
ptuliiliitioii ligation ni1 il be
cniirie f parly bliinlin s- bora ice ot
faNe piomi rs and pb d a f tint are
im i pecled to b Ki pt sumo mr-ti
Ull (l volltit; against I In i own In
It Is th" history of poliiies that
those fxpectlng ureciiil faots at the
hands of political pat ties alien them-
?eleh with the party that Iibh had
conttol and from which thev hae
reason to believe the can et apeclal
Tli" iteimbllcau party Iuih been in
cjiUol of Oklahoma for many earn
by jrtu -of a rtepiibllcan national
administration. The laitinads had no
ae for the Dt.rocratlc party could
not haw m-ed It. had they wanted lo
do so Ili a glance at the history or
Itepih Uranium in Oklaliomu hhows
how the corp latlons have been bene-
flt'eil l that paity's iidminiHtratlon.
At the head of the jaitya organiza-
tion aie the represent at Ives of the
railroads and (he trusts it Is not
neccs-aiy for one to hunt aiouud to
find a railroad lepreseulatlw in the
Itepubllcan party. They nre at the
head of It. And yet thia Is the party
that la making the fight with the
money of c ipornMona at Its dlnpoaal
to control the constitutional conven-
tion. The mini who wrote the enabling
a t Heniy Asp Is a candidate for
article constitutional delegate and the cor-
wlth poratton- exnect. If tJiev can control
the coiiMiilion tliat Henry Asp will
wiite the eoiiHtltutlon for Oklahoma.
It teiiiaiiiH with the people to see
wheMlei they will be blinded with
aity plcdfiia and vote for the cor-
notations that haw been strangling
Hit i . thai have held tluni up for
tin !ands i iv.n tliojsantlH of dollars
wireless wrtlioils. Ho nllegwi desor
lion and she does not deny that ahe
ff.-lt bhn. cold for a. man wlio Is net
en Toned tf vk lnvltlblo tnethods
of worldly local Ion.
The sugarites and the lobnceoltes
are having annextlon eutliiicnt man-
ufact;retl Im Cuba to give color of
decency to onr theft of the Island.
Th1 country has hy Its coMi-fle In
T'aiMma. and the I'hlllr pines caused
VI loieigitera tu doubt our lncerlty
when we doelalm about dlsinterested-
n' anil the uplifting of onr weaker
brotliei h Foreign newspapers are
now taxing us with luotng no other
intention than to take and keep Cuba.
They say tftat Sou-ln-Iaw lxtng-
woith la having the fight of his life
for telle tion. lloosevelt ought to
r i rn h compliment and bid the
people "stick to Longtvorth."
WJIklns bad a dollar so be said
he gueaet) he'd pay
A little m he'd borrowed from a gen
tie man named Orgy;
Tin n dray he took that da liar and
then he said "It seems to me
I d better pay that little debt I owe
Then McAfee the dollar paid upon a
bill to Smart
H Smait twos paid to Thomson and
by Thomson paid to Hart
And so that oin kept rolling as a very
i sj "plunk"
I mil it paid Indebtedness amounting
in the chunk
T mole than forty dollar . and It
.i ay be a rolling yet
Ami all beca.se this Wllklns thought
he'd better pay a debt.
For when a dollar's started
On Its debt destroying way
Thete hardly Is a limit
To the sums It will pay.
Mr Wllklns knew a kindness that he
might have done for Qray
Uut he wa-'nt feeling kindly so he
thought it wouldn't "pay"
Then Gray not being grateful said
"It real;? seems to me
I've done sufficient favors for that
Then McAfee felt ugly and h" to.k
a whack at Stuart
Who passed It on to Thomson who
paused It on to Ilnil.
And o no act of kindtiuss wax done
through all that da) ;
urn many mi ci mni rnnuied in a
moat unplensnut way;
And irany a soul was longing for the
help lo fit Its need
And all because this Wllklns didn't
do a kindly doed.
For a dollar or n kiiulnesa
IMu Is still the wtiiu 1 tny;
If you wish io seo It rolling;
JJetter start It on Its way.
Technical World Magazine
Cold Weather Goods Offered in Our FALL OPENING SALE a1
LESS PRICE THAN REGULAR.
An ExcpUono.1 Vo-Ivio Tnfants All Wool
Hose blacfc wlilte. pi u k and litflit blue nair
A few more Ladles' Lace
Hose the 20c kind t
nil colors IZZyC
The 25c kind 15c
Hoys and Girls Ribbed
Hose extra value the 0c
kind we sold them for 10c
this sale per r
An exceptional value
Misses regular made Wn
ported L'sle Thread Hose
are jroodarjc value . c
in this sale ... DC
Ladies Heavy Ribbed
Black Fleeced Hose an ex-
ceptionally good wearing
hose a bargain at n
per pair ZtUC
Biankets & Comforts Bargains
We bought unusually heavy in Comforts aod Blank-
ets this season--and we got them cheap. Gome and tt y
us. We show 7. disposition to give you the saving on
200 COTTON BLANKETS
fancy borders JO e..
wide - OyC
100 FANCY STRIPED and
large CoUon Blank- q
ets a 1.25 quality. Qv5C
100 TAN AND GREY COT-
ton Blankets good
A SPECIAL LARGE MOT-
tied grey and brown blank-
et extra large same. is sold
last year for 1.75 we start
the season with -i nr
at per pair J..DU
25 ALL WOOL BLANK-
ets sold all over lor $7.50
a pair will be sold tfj? n-
in this opening sale suJ
OTHER WOOL BLANK-
els at 2.75 3 50 3.5)8
4.95. 5.95arul up to $10
Wo present some very special values In the la.to im
portntionsof Fivncy Sul'ingsfor Fell and In the
fa.ee f a. general advance In Woolens we quote
00 Pieces of Fancy Suitings. 82 inches wide these goods are
regular 89c values and will make fine tclKol dresses for your
girls Come and see themnnytow whether you buv
or not. This sale per yard 2()C
50 pieces of The Very Latest Plaid Dress Goods 88 inches
wide same patterns as you get in $1.50 and $'2 0 goods; in
fact theyJook like $2 goods when made np -
Tl is sale per yard .. . . OQC
10 pieces 16-inch Suitiujrs regular Si. 00 value They are
heavy gouds and are especially suited for roueh wear.
Thibsale per yard- OOC
10 pieces 48-inch Black. All Wool Cheviot a fine Fall and
inter Suiting You mrsi see these gocxh to realize the
bargains you are offered; they would bring easily SI 25
per yard This sale per yard 79
12 inch Rodessa Clo h a new dress fabric in all the very
latest shades such as oxblood masiic. queen's gray mulberry
Uu. brown navy and black. This is a re tilar $1.25 o
cloth. This .sale per yard " OOC
$6.50 Plaid Skirls Only $4.95
We are pultiug 25 of Uir se $0 50 All Wool Worsted -.
Plaid Skirts on the market for this sale special for J49
20 $5.00 Pla-d Skirts in grey all wool Ladies' Cloth ff o
made to sell t $5 00 will be sold in this sale fir P'3i9
50 more of those Panama. Mohair and F.incv Worstt si Skirls
value up to M0. CO choice of lot special in ilis -
10.00 Black Veil Skirts S7.50. They are made of the finest
black and navy blue Voil handsomely trimmed and will loi-k
like a 1000 Skirt lo you We got them under prirc c e-
and sell them under price. Special at $7.00
sized comiorts. covered Other Voil and Panama Skirts at $8 50 SI0. SII 00 and
with good calico and AvorthS52 50 every One ExcepHonal Value.
25 Sample Melton Skirts wortli $250 and 58.00 ? 0
special price iJI()o
At io Cunts a Yard
Some good under Embroideries heavy work and very
showy goods worth 15c to 20c a yard iu this fecial sale IOC
25c Heavy Ribbed Bovs'
School Ilese the kind that
wears this sale per Tri
pair . iyC
Ladies Fancy Hose
Our Hue of Ladies Black
and Fancy Hose has al-
ways been a superior line
but just now we are offer-
tng some special bargains
A Merceriseti Lacetlose
in biaclr only wort rn
75c for.- JUC
A 85c Lisle Hose in a fine
gauze Lisle -. c
for - J.OC
A 20c fine 2-thread cot-
ton Hose speciaal
2 pair for 25c
Many other good special
values in fancy colors
COMFORTS WE'VE GOT
them and plenty of them
our opening sale special
5 dozen all wool filled full
?i . 2 oi anyoouy s qj
money special OC
THREE DOZEN EXTRA
heavy cotton comforts
quilted and covered with
sateen a $2.00 com a q
fort special l.T'O
A FINE COTTON FILLED
Silkoline covered Comfort
beautiful coloring l qq
S2 50 value special 1 J O
BESIDES THE THREE
above we quote line com
forts at 2.50 3 00 350
All Special Values
The Kansas City. Kansas man who
beat Jiis wife with a Filipino bolo was' In thlt lerrltoiy
fined $50 and costa Thursday. It was It lemalna for the merchant? for
exhibited in covrt and the man really the laboring men tor the farmer and
hal been a soldier In the Philippines.
Hut the court drew the Hue at bolca
when a wife w to be whipped. After
this lie probably will use a hatchet
corn knilo or barrel stave. He cer-
tainly was not judicious In his former
choice of corrective appliances.
Keep tbj bowels open whfn you lute
.t colt a l use a 'H! . einedy to allay
the Inflammation of the mueom mem-
biunea. Tli- brat U Kennedy's Laxative
ilonry ml Tar It contain no oplitcs
mo the bowrl. drive cut the cold. It
ivlinble i (i tastes giMMl Sold by C. It
ROAD IS DONDED.
Rev Father Chorally a Catholic
prb;t will tnlio the atunip In Kansas
Jor Hariis and good government. The
late Senator Vest said onoa that Hem
ocrn y was pretty good religion and
while it should not be acclaimed ns
tood aa Christian faith and practice
yet it la possibly next In Importance
m mundane affairs.
for every man who has had lo pay
tribute to the rnllroads to say whether
or not they are willing to still pay
tribute to those corporations by elect-
ing delegates who are representing
tlio railroads to write the constitution.
WlielOH lolography Is not neces-
sarily couduclvo to lldellty uotwoen
tlmit who woo wol and start life to-
gothor tintler Ha spell mid unseen In-
Iluonce. O.ctor Leo DeForoat the
Investor or his peculiar and suQceea-
ful atoni has died stilt for divorce
from the young woman whom he won
nder the wireless Inll.ieuce sud by
Luwlon. okla. Oct. 9.-The Soitu Fe
ICiiRlcwood A Liberal Itnlhvny eoiiipany
expeeta to construct a line of roi I neroaa
the north wo-ern )ort of Oklahoma from
iinglewxKHl IOis. to HuDn N. M. re-
frmly filed In the office of the realslorer
of tcvd of Ucmver -county a iiiortgnge
for tS.000600 covering ltd trucks roll-
Infr atock ami other proerty hi that
county. Them uppeara no doubt that the
company will lonstruct thU line In a
ground ' iii to I" intuits l In Uu m w
tl.utlon nrdlnnnie Tlir i inline K"
to the clt oniini !I tr.inhjiin tutlnn im-
mlttee this week The full lit I n of tin
syatem U to lie lald liy the minpuili-i
and is approsEiinutelv $5(Ki0.0O0
Jtnyor Dunne made It clear In an In
tervlew today that the new ordinance
will apcclf) mi gr.m: or no imb tt rinlnnte
llcenae plan but Klc the rompi-iioa the
rlaht to operate terminable 1 the city
at will by pui chase sin 6 uionths notice.
To feel strong luv good ppneUt
and digestion aleep soundly ami enjoy
life use Hurdock Iilead Hitters the
great system tonic and builder.
WILL DE NO LYNCHING.
Has a dietetic value greatly be-
yond the conception of any one
who has not used it. It will
make your food of a delicious
taste a moist and keeping
quality and a digestibility not to
be obtained from any other bak-
ing powder or leavening agent.
Bet mote important than all ese
D. Price's Baking Powde earcfas
only keaitMul qualities o tne .(ooL
Ai every louekeeper can undcrstantJ
burnt alum and sulphuric acid the
infredtenU of all alum and alum-
phosphate powders must carry to
f the food acids injurious to health.
Avoid flic altun powders sbuly tlie label
A tb Raault of the Shooting Atfray at
Maeon Qa.. Oct. . There U little
probablUty '.hat race trouble will fol
low t:e (houtlns eterdi at 'lie fair
s.iuind of Will Solomon and Chu le
A.I i in. i prominent )Oui4 wlnlv nun
r tlila oli. by a maro. Son Fewa
r a has been aunt to the Atlanta
tail Hi w.tj selltiia; toy whUlli at Iht-
lair and u i liaaed l thite Inloxl-
iti I nun aa a inke lie w im tilp.icd
n and When lie rcg-ahied III fei't tired
ul)ill into the uuwd. the bnl' u hit
tins: Holimmu and Adanu. suta n
The Injuied men In the liovpt'al braT-
STfd fi lends to lneh the aefrsi
Ki'Wj wan lucked up lit the Ixiiiackn
and the crowd last nltrht ruiuaeked the
i til In a vail effort to find. Mm. A
nmnlK of prUonera 1 eluding two
flmiged with murder escaped during
the mi arch but were recuptur m). lle-
fi ili crowd fouiil wnere the prt-
inier iu locked up be w.m M-nt to At-
O ' O
O WITH THE 6UFFERER8. O
Katber. the little 2-yen.v'M dauaht-r
of Mr. and llr. Otto .hniiierimiu I
ry tow wl'.h menltmltts.
Are you troubled with t.'ls7 One np-
pllontkin f ManVCsn will sjtve jou Im-
mediate rellejr. Sold br T N. Wallace.
INVENTS A DRINK.
Kufuuki. I. T.. Oct. . O J. Fuller u
drutsrtat of this place ha dlaeovered a
new drink that ho calls "l'uskv" that
hai atkined great favor with the In-
dians. Years Bg the old-time Indian.!
made a drink called "l'ukv " liul the
aeere. ot maklnsT tt Wim Iat Ojiii that
U Jiit hud enough to kIi'I Ik put Int. a
pot to make the new il;ln'(. .nil sll n !
eonuntl until it tu liaki.t brown
Then It U put Into a liurt tl and Im-.i-cl
Into a ftno liruwu HwiUi. whl 'i is
altiid will Till powder lutxed ith
Wan i and auda fouutain l. ups I aatd
t make a ttuir dilnk than any made by
I'm I 'f inaln i il xod'V inlveia It nuiv I
tK tint tin t N Mm linlli In iHo
The two .Masonic l-odlea are cntlcd to
eieet at the Scottish litis Tempo Weil-
r.eaduy evonina; fk-tolr 10 lo dlcuaa a
i utter i.f jf-rat iinporUIKe to all Sla-
on. All SlUHona uie urged to be 'jinaent.
laiueheon will br seived.
I R. MOHIIKR
Cuthrte LtMlgc No 2
AiiH-it fthe lMbje No .
The Home of Good Goods and Low Prices
Pi lesulve cleauae wow da is highly
antiseptic uncnualed for c;-o'ed hand
(lood for cuts. Sold by J. N. Wa)mc.
PLKS MEET TONIGHT.
Theie will be n apei-lu eslo i of the
Klks lodge this evening; al th( club
room. Plf.een candidate will be Ini-
tiated Illowln the tttttlatlon there
WIN be a aoetal aesslon.
At Renfro's Drug Store on Brushes
We will cut the price H marked in plain figures
then we will cut it in two. . Hair clothes bath
tooth shoe and paint brushes for one week only.
We are overstocked and must unload.
RENFRO'S DRUG STORE
206 West Oklo.. Ave.
lla'th ineuliator n ople of Tr mum
Nebr. that the will donate an lucubatoi
for the poultiy show to lv held lje.
this fall nj prise.
Tone tlie liver movi tint bowels
clennve the system. Iladt's Little Liver
Fills never gripe. Sold bv J. N. n'aUaoe.
PRIZES FOR POULTRY SHOW.
Secretary Lnvrty ivf the I'oultry aa-
aocUtton. received today oommunlca-
tlona from the " Reliable" Incubator
i iiraii.v of Quint-) 111 mid the "Mure
R.lltvsd hy Removal of Surface
frsm Loop Dlatrlcts
h Is !:. II It mi ( 1 I -
riiU'.iK ili. r u t.wii p it ii f n-gi-alloil
In lo be In a Kuut uu i ui ni'i
11 tlf it. nun al f mn ilu- sinris of
the 1.jJ iii:ui ui 4u i fd v t.r ult day
king iu the hop dUtile' It wui learned
today tliat the I'nlvin Jj o tlon and th
I'lfcago lily -(ixillwiiy innp.tnl luve
agrewl to a stivuVulon for n uudei-
The livnder ia auihorid to announce
the name of Walter Mathews of 3d ul hull
at a candidate for dtlegyi'd to tha Con-
ktitiiti.ni.it convention fioir. the Sl'.h tus-
tiht subject to th- ii lion of the IWmo-
i r ttic p i ii ir U toKr II
W 1 lb im oi Marshall authorise
The Leader to unnounc t m j a can
dldate for the Conatl'.u'onul Couven
tirri In tlie ;iih litlk'. ki.bject to the
dt i Nlsiu of the IViiimlillc pilm.irles
li I il. r 11 10
It Is a well known medical foe' that
pine resfci Is moat elToctlvo In the treat-
ment of diseases of the bladder and kid-
nays. Sufferers from back aebe and
other troubles due to faulty aotlta of
the kidneys 11 ml relief In tlie use of
Ptae-ules. tl 00" buys J8 Jays treatment.
Sold by J. N. Wallace.
L.UA C13 fj a Cnd Bowtl Ltxatirt
F1EAD THE LEADER.
New Protection for Chauffeurs.
A new speedometer for motorists is
now on the market says Tochnlca.
World Magazine which not only gives
tho rate of speed per hour and the
number ot minutes to the mile but
can be set at any given speed so that
whoa that speed is oxceedod a bi.zzor
announces tho fact to the driver. With
his tlovlco in use. a ohauffour can net
Jie spoedometar at the limit of spo.C
allowed in tlie country whoio ho Is
traveling nud as soon as the limit la
oxcoeded ho will be wsniod of the
I.OTK- Hound iltiK tuy with r. Kcjs
waa ln.it j ; ti r j Hewitt on tas
Leave at I.eudi r office and Ret reward
I WANT JO cotton picker. 11 00
hundred or 7tc anil board. C
l)VJJSlt. Kiltsch bulldin.-.
Can Begin Work on Lint.
In acoordanco with an order issued
by tho empenv of Russia the Amer-
ican syndicate represented by Baron
LoIcq do Lobtl is authorized to begin
work on tin Traas-8lborlnAIa3ka
Gaffney City Auotloneer.
I tX-Pfc s c Swect t0 Eat
A Candy Bowel Luitivc
II' OU are iu .a un down condition irreRuliir appetite a bloating sensation after meals
pains around the heait; If you liave dizz spells sick and nervous headaches heartburn
sour biomacn. aim inot I iretl feeling it is an uiiHration that vonr f t u-nf
g perforniing its duty by throwing off the poison from xhe system.
Our Eagle Nerve and Liver Tablets
The Leader la uuihuiufetl lu announce
tho nam of Walter Wtbeu of ar . A
Creek tewnslUs a a c.indidate far th ! &
CoiiaillaMir ii.l ninvnti. lMm 1 tiih M
will correct this at once. Purely a vegetable preparation
We guarantee it to restoie a torpid and inactive liver to a
perfect and natural action and cine habitual const ip.it.ioti
dlatrict subject to the Democratic pri-
maries to bo laid October 11. l'J6.
DRUG f STORE
25c a Bottle by Mail.
g Ldw&rd ixicnois. itop
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