The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 82, Ed. 1, Wednesday, November 28, 1906 Page: 4 of 8
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THC LEADER GUTMnlE OKLA. WttDNB80AY NOVEMBER 28 1900.
BY LESLIE O. NIDLACK.
MEMBEIt OF AKSOfJtATBD riUSSS.
Tuhllnlied prv afternoon frim Tlie
Leter building 107 Wta Itofil on "-
u end tt-re4 t the UutB.le l'oet-
afflrp as P d tinea Matter.
4ub. rlptlnn lUilna- Ittlly.
Tr week by cunicr !
Per month by rrler 46
Per year by carrier. In ndvime . .. . S.00
Per year by mall. In adaree 4.00
KIt ninn'ba t '
Official County Pper.
Offielal City Paper.
The leader i a member of the Aseo
elated Pro Htid receives the day trie
cruph report of Mint great news oraani
tat'on for exiluplve aftonuon publlcatloi
la Outhrle and SO mil radius.
Wahlngton New Bureau 134B B. St.
New York Office 160 Nassau St.
Chicago Office Williams . Johnton
NDTICK TO 8ttHSCmH12PJ3-
tn tho event of dollvnry belnc lmpsr-
!rrt. or paprr belrg rotted twlated or
mutilated snlwenhera are urc-d to make
Immediate complaint to the business oJ
flco In pernon by 'phone or by ijvull.
WLDNIHSHAY. NOVRMBnil 2. 1U0G
For Slate Treasurer.
The Iead-r In authnrU-J to announce
the name uf iSemtoi J. A Me icfee nf
Ch hegie OMihoma J a. candidate for
Male treaurr siilJt ti tho action of
tin- Democratic Btntc convenlon.
Trnorrovv l)(nn racy or the New
Stale will frr up thanks. Oklahoma
1 re lueu -d
No one but in American would ever
think or referring 10 the Pitnarra canal
an the ditch"
Thin is ti DcmiKsnitlc constitutional
eiinentlon. It Is liclng rondii'cted by
Dt mocrnt and properly loo.
Will the lobbyist who is working
loi tho addition or two winter months
to the calendar please "cut It out."
Uxcltoment minears to hinge on
Inhibition and county boundaries.
"h not use the two ub counter-lrri
Tho. fltCtstroko or the blues over 1
that senRfoilal Job looks good to Sen-
atoi l'latt Tliere are several Okla
Unmans who Imdt at It the same way
aupjHJBC- thf rtei ltilk-aliii bad ek-t
od a m"j"ittv to the con tiiiitlonal
rcnventlon'' Would Secret. 11 l'INon
!;' any complaint o nsake Nut any
While thi county choppitiK iMmlnts
. . 1
! TO pni(resv. we niovo 111.1t ixmaii
count be tlmppeU In tw .inu. .yrim
lid re till 4 KdBtl) Jtepublli .111
A Mas i huBotts club woman' dB-
ilate8 the law should prohibit women
Horn urriiiK more than once Hueh
a law would lertainly extract all the
tun out el tin widow buBinesH
It ia'aoniettaing of u. Unit to do to
knock t train robber down and take
his ptetol aay from him rondwtor
Hey w owl or the Alton lu likely to
tigure In high colors iu dirwe novel
The andetbilt lines f rallwavs
have tvet n fined $l'J600o duiliiK the
pa-t tli 1 1 1 ilavi. fr r luting Ah
Hi an i.Hh tli' can ina- it back
while tin pi om cut Ion I- tnliiiB the
tc tlraotM It !. all a howling fai e
A Pan dispatch says Mi bellman
I the oiilv active jiolar exploit lull
jiid thst ht Mc ' i'i make good with
tht- airship h Ih now building which
ti.ts a 1 1 1 1 1 1 k; ii ici' of 8 Km kilogranut
I h la 1 111 liips Mr vAelliuau built
Avoid alum and alum phos-
phate baking powders.The
label law requires that all
the ingredients be named
onj the labels. Look out
for the alum compounds.
NOTE. -Safety lies in buying only
Royal Baking Powder which is a
t pure cream or tartar bakinc powder
anti the best that can be made.
hart a distributing capacity of 8300
"When t was rich." toid a Georgia
phllosophe.- "the lead tittle thing an
hum il iiv. when I w poor I had to
ibvote .o iniKh llmo to JuM beliis
phii tint I duhi t have a. minute to
-pare for the little things Which
Man that a man In the poverty buai
ness Ih tompellf-u devote lira entire
(lino to It.
Wen tin. a Uo jn bll an roiiBtllu
lional ( i'mm nilon the 11 nj;i lt wouh
hive loin: .lnce pone hop wild Tin
UeaBiiiv iso sitings would llBVt
hMn simliml In breaking the Ills''
week Tlicie wouM line Itwn f'H
lerks on the )ia roll and more added
lallv A pinner backward at Uepnb
lean bpldat rex proves Ibis lat
The ll barge or th negro Bohllen
(or g i'd .itid piffielent cause seems tr
have dirml New HnRlund to the verj
shoe p ks 1 the-wav dtd not Ne
Knlaiid so.nc few yeat a ko moat bit
teil olj t to tho ry mention of
ttiarli Hup h h troops within her ter
iltoo' CenHi-ii-ney lh ft p1iir4 Jew
eler when It eoines Hi setting gem
In f ik diadems
Bom- puritanlenl pbllftitHinijilais nn
to travel around with the tllBclinrgw
negro soldiers and exhibit them ai
martyr to military dlBckpUne- Th-
price of ndmlsBloii to tho exhlbltloi
his not yet been fixed awl probnbl
will not be until the President arrive
and exprcK n opinion upon tin
A pls father writes to his wi
that he w ill ipray tor hla rlclory in 1
footlmll match. Is that fair .under th'
ikw ruloB? K it t the rules commit
te. should Uglslate tipou It it the nex
intting. K a player may not wenr 1
111 tie ftliiiidnuin on his cheBt IiIb hoa
and his shins why should he he pci
mittel to g utiMMt U10 field lit the com
plcte armor if prayw?
Tho stijireme orurt or the Unltw
Stiitea will at once bo naked to pas
pon the ifiwBtlon of whether or no
a lallrotnl ran laene tnuiM'ortatlon li
exchnnge lor tiilvorliiiliig in nowsp-
pers. This 1b a tittmUnn which hn
sorely vexetl both tho roadB and pa
.rcra and nn early rdlng Is much dual
ed by both. Tho Motion railway Is I
.bring on a teat cato at onco by Ibbi
lug trnnBportatlon tor ndvortlBlng a
It has done herotoforu.
Secretary Charley Kllnon Is niidirf
exerclsod over the imnner In whk
the constitutional convention is coi
dieting its business. It appears to u
dial the convention is rmiy cnune
with nirthority to deul with all ma
ters which have to d with the nvtkin
of a constitution If the couventlo
' I 'es fit in employ 10 or 16 rommiltc
I . 1-.1 la I.. Itmt nn ltlnJlla.1 ti
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vminKihnttv rests on Secretary In
uon. lie is uterei me -. ni""s
1 whlth the deuartments at Washlngto
dctl with tho constitution makers. M
Ktltton Ib a cordial official but ther
i no blood on his hpad for what i
done bj the cr irvoution.
" Thi putt of a greut irtate like Okh
noun l not to get -vain over a llttl
rrtlhe trom viBltor. but It cortalnl
la pleaeint to hear kind words frot
visitoi and oiKtHiragiug when the
sR"k of out ftiUire poMtbilltieB a
did Senator Clark ol Moutaua. In a
intei i lew at Kmiims CllV on his wif
"It wbb a grout trip" Mid Sennto
Clirk 'Of cotrse ve went ilewn t
attend to business but 1 enjoye.
t ud lug 1 he count 1 y ever ao muti
It i a held with great possibilities.
Sin h a tiling as dark forouodlugt
I us to our I t re. o gut never to b
indulged In the tace or s-ioh an em
j ale or our opportunities. It Is ver
comnitn lor public men to praise ear
city they visit ul puff o-p the low
pi id1 to make us fuel good but the
do nt usually keep on 1 raising an
communlt) when they have panned to
another unless they mean what thry
What tblR Senate romtnlttee says
and thinks of 11s Is moie Important
than thai nf the eastial visitor not
il me biansf It will have Wider pib
'bit) I bi.i ie It will l.kclj tewilt
in Miinn lirpo ira "i'i u looking to
the anv Ilorallon of some of the nn
happy eondltloilB In Indian Ten Hon
Tliere neetrw to be something about
he atmosphere of the new stale that
;retly exhilarates all our visit tp
We .ourselves feel It. What heart Is
here so eohl as does not waim '
to the work of ranking the new stii
md tho available nialerlnl and re
tour e n X of which to 11 ike it?
Think only of one of many Items
:urh as $50000000 dollars wrtrth of
Hilton annually and the easy cpaltlli
j or rrriklng it $100000000 more
Glance at the coal oil and gns re
tow es Look at the opoprtunlty to
nuke a new constitution In the light
if nil the iftst experience or the stale -mil
to lay well the rriindatlon of
Tioral religion education and toll
Trly Senator Clarh Is right Tb
s "a field with great p Ibllitlea."
.THE MAN WHO
PAYS THE FREIGHT.
Tho whrob of the employees of the
I'ennnylvnnla rollioad lmvo been In-
creased 10 por cent. Tho Santa Vo
and oilier roads hnvo followed lit the
wake with wibstiiillal advance. The
llvideiidB on railroad stock have been
Tho earning lmvo been Bitch ns to
terarilt thbi happy condition or nffnlrB
e In a groat volume of trade. This
s good. No one Is envious. IDvery-
mo is glnd of It. Tho railroad boys
.ro gowl fellow: . Tho railroads
earn ' tholr inioney and we like to see
hem prosper. They deserve it so
1 l. II.A ln.ndlHrta It. alnnl wlwi llt tltolr
S IU iiiSJ iiiiuniMLD ... o."v m ... ..v ....
food inonoy into tho onterprlso and
nado 'toniulo their omployniont. We
wish thorn nil well.
Tlicro Ib howover. another party In-
olvod In tho proposition and avo wish
tint well too. Nnmo him. Won tliai
t easy. Ho Ib tho man who pays tho
relght and tho man who pays hla faro.
Vhoro docs ho ccmio In on this dual?
lo Ib a good fellow too. Ho earns his
nonoy and sooma ory generally to
10 paying It out on regulation rntos.
lust ho ait around and watch tho
oya ent the applo and bako for his
haro tho nswuniiico that tharo "nlu't
oln' ter be no coro."
There Ib a general tendency to cver.
mk tho man who pays the freight in
good deal nf tills irroaperltj- talk.
here Ib 110 disposition to II in' nay
.lull t all with either advances iu
ages or better dividends but it is
nly fair that 'freight nod imssenger
lies should be accorded a Bhtire iu
lie benefits of general prosperity
lave they had It? Are th-y gclng to
et any more of It?
These are questions that the people
ho grunt the franchises with the
wereign right? of eminent domain
.re asking about. They must he
How about coat rates to Outhrle for
ample? Ha nny ono heard of nfiy
ecent "illvy" along that lino. The
oal dealera any act. Prlcea of coal do
lot Indicato It. Low freights for coal
viis the talk when boiiuaoa) woro paid
hut a ralr "divy" in thli iiroapertty
fness is all that Is antex lir tho
nan who pays the frolght tlint Ir nil
ml he wanta that rRigiuclunaly.
HAD A CLOSC CALL
"A diinavrou aurslral operation In-
ilvlna the removal of a malignant ul-
er as Urge as my bund from my
luahlor'a hi? va preventvJ by th
npllcatinn of rtuoklf n'i A -nlca tJalve.
lya A C Htl'kel of llllctu. W. Va.
I'ei alatent ue of the Halve completely
ured It " Cures Cuts Uurna aatl lnju
lea. ska at all drugaiat.
TO-DAY IN THE
Charters were lBsued from the of
Ice of the territorial secret. this
..orniug to the following cotpora-
loos: The lletcher-ilugheB Mining and
altlUlig ooiNikiuy. of Outhrle and
.Penrce Arisoua. with $l.wo00 capi
tal stock. The directors are. Mauley
J. IluajUea of Pearce Arlxoua Q V
patttail and II. W. Ptenteoost of
The Iudefiendent LimhIh i t'o of
Klugnauer. with $26000 capital tt k
fTbe dlrectora are: Chaa. li SikUK"
J. 11. Alleu and Otto Socklcr. all of
AppfllcatloiiH lor not" j public com-
ulatlon wjh iccelved at tht off i 'e of
tie territorial stnetai this moining
. foil w
Ueo D Carter of Shawnee for Pot
lSuAvard II Dickey of rhattauwiga
for (' man lie oour.u
T J Davis of Law ton for t'ouau
Appointment of Agent.
Tho Davis Lumber cumiwuy of EI
MRS. O. I. RoniNsON.
Evftj' Woman tn Iwrtra A Inttrnttd
ill 7 its II nn-tn tttrieict
HER HEALTH DESTROYED
BY PELVIC CATARRH.
Mrs. O. V. Kobinson 1.1 St. Foltx H(
Brooklyn N. Y. vv riles :
' have taken Pcrunn and It did me
mote good than s'l my two years'
treatment by special physicians.
"1 can really say that I feel like
another person. No moro swollon foot
and llmlw. No more bloating of tho
abdomen. No moro shortness of broatb.
No moro st lft and oro Joints. You
havo no Idea what your troatment has
dono for mo. It lias prolonged my lifo
and made a new woman of me.
"O such a blessing I have received
through your klndneus Doctor and
the assistance of the medicine which
you so kindly prescribed.
"I am ablo to work since I bogan yonr
troatmont but liefore I was not ablo lo
help mysolf much less do any work.
All praise is duo to Dr. llartman and
Dorndo Kansas notified Territorial
Secretary GIin.. Kllsou of tholr np-
liqlnttnent of jfloed It. Davis if Chat
tnnoogn Oklu. cut their tertitoriul
Thi TngitOil board of regenU are
in sesBlou today at tho sr'dltar's oltlce.
There will ho a niBetlng of the Nor
mal a-bwjl Invrtl till tiUeritcon with
S-.Tt. I W. "Uairer.
Uank lBxiunlner II. II. Sxock noli-
fled the Now Stale bank or Chenille
that they roufd eomuience buslnesi
with $1000 capital stock. lhe dlrec
tors lire: J. C. Thirman irreBldnt
J. P. Thurman vice pre-'ldent and K
III. Brown tveretary and cishier.
llauk ISxamluer II. II. Smock will
move to Uulurle in the near future.
Private Secretary Orville FranU Is
In Oklahomu City visiting friends.
Secretary C. A. McNabb will lettim
this evening from Newkirk.
Sells More of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy than of all Others
Mr. Thos. George a merchant at
ML Mtgln. Ontafio ny: "I have had
tho local agency for Chamberlain's
Couh llatuody over lnco It was in-
trpjleceil Into Canada ami I ell as
much of it hb I do of all other lines I
have en my shelve put togetiier. Of
the tuauy dozens sold under guaran-
tee I have not liad one bottle return-
ed. 1 can peroually recommend (his
medicine an 1 have used U uiYBtlf and
given it to my children and always
with the best results." Por saje b
V. H. LilHe A: Co.
1 m i" 1
PETTY THITVINO AQAIN HBPQRTED
l.UKl eve'iiiiH fvcrl ualiaiwn pe'soia
. iimnuiBfrt through the Coyle oil tntll on
I'HoM'h Hlxth bt vet Nit'alna was mUed
rXl't ll U I W MIK k.
At hout 7 . clock Ut vn'n a l-
Mil dii.i ' d ul .1 hasa.it tf apples
sitting oul In fiwit of PftWIlla confec-
tloiiuo .en n Bast AUlattcma avenu".
I'reventlcx a Ui na tanpllaa. ra-
veat all C Ul ad flJMe WWl "talta
at tho r.tvae ataf." trevBnttc are
toothsomo i.iiidy tabittta l-avollia dl-
ai;it nil r.ids nulikly. and Ukn early
when you tln.l eel that a coUl la eoovtag.
they clu I- t prevent them. Pravea.
lies nrc thormulily aafe foi chtldfaa. and
hs i-fi tuil foi ndidts. Sold ami rcom-
int'iiilMl in o i ml Jj cent boxes by If. B
A 8A8KBT Of PRUIT DRQUOHT HIM.
V. .n 5 h'i! f Narioii. ladlan.i wtm U
. omlMi i is iTTthe cltv viltiig i
hiti M I ) l la-in f"i invnt
nifiil- in I..-11 i. ililt ti Kestei .'.-il
a i.iii it tin eur' " fru't ' k
lo Mi Hi. ni tiutt haul " ra'-f tn
ihii i.uni That' aaia Mr Thoro to
The I.ider today "Is what brought n
out luiv to invtat my mon
"lliil ili i.U or IndlgeHtlim for
y.ur. No ii pi ute and wh it I did i
dlslnwisl nn lerrlNy lluntHk HIikkI
I hi urs uurut ma- J. 11. iUkt.r. aUM-
; "Pc-ru-nn has prolonged my?
life and made n new woman oft
1 nte.""Mrs. O. D. Robinson. S
Coal Hod at 20 cent each at Hlrehl
The Home of
At Renfro's Drag
Wc give you a 10 cts. bottle for 5ct;s.
ScllOOl BOOkS and
-- 99 lsiJtlsiBBlstBBjalalalsjaifisiii.B)si-'a).
Crystal Domino Sugar Seal Brand Mocha and Java Coffee
Royal. Buckingham Cluster Raisins (Malaga Spain.)
j MAYFJURS FOR WOMLXt
woman admires a wclUshod
loot. Neat and attractive footwear
accurately cit'ccU her taste ai cm
piratically as docs the rest of her ap
fiarcl. t The attractive styles perfect
it and general appearance of Mayfatrs
carry conviction. The combination of
style and comfort is hard
to resist. Call and ex
amine our new shapes.
Ivlany varieties but oncf
Good Goods and Low Prices
We are Headquarters.
206 West Okla.. Avo.
e w -
I rSiniS 1 ft nJli
the Best That Money Time
Experience Can Produce
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