The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 120, Ed. 1, Friday, January 11, 1907 Page: 3 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIC.
FRIDAY. JANUARY 11 1907.
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Miss Maude Eealy In "The Illusion of Beatrice" BrcoUs' Theatre January 18
E DAILY LEADER
Wii! Award the Following Prizes to the
LADY RECEIVING THE GREATEST NUMBER
First Prize Box for Eight People.
Second Prize--Four Seats.
Third PrizeTwo Seats
Contest Will Close' at 9 O'clock Thursday Jan 17
Cut the following coupon from The Loader and deposit in the ballot
box in the Leader office
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Dolly Leo.der Maude Fealy Contest
I lujrvby vote for.... ..
Address .... --.-.
TUU Coupon Goufl till 0 p. ni. Jau. 17. 1907
En titled to One Vote.
emitted to 100 vote! tot e$U iiib'rtth so paid-
TO HOLD MEET
IJND'CATIONS POINT 'i'O
LARG EST G .VTJI 1- It I NG
WILL BE REORGANIZED
To Be Discussed From Ever)
(By Associated Press.)
TilrinltiHtKtn. Ala.. Jan 11. Tho
( commercial chib Of this city Is in
receipt or advices Indicating that tin
attendance next week at the conven
Hon or tho Southern Cotton asaocia
Hon will far s rpass the early expec-
talking It will he Dot only the lajr
jeit but tho inoat Important gather
g In oer held hy the association
n! Plana fur the complete reAirganlaa
Hon of the association will be discuss
ed fror every viewpoint. In addltior.
to the inifortant work along thes
lines the convention will listen to j
score or more of addresses and pa
li r to be presented by cotton ox
ptiH. srJinorB of states nnd othei
men of national lepntatlon Amon
I the pionilneftt bpeakeis and tlielt
ilep'CH will n tnt iouowins-
i "Tim Bvlls of Speculation In Cot
jWito-j !! ti res." Prof. J II- Cotiuell
3fiuiina Tov 'UIrlifi Prices for tin
f inMf... a . lAiurtAin fittmv' Hnti
limn' ta f .--" iw. -. jfc-J
i. (1 Hindi. Uirmlnaham. Ala. "TrKH
M.. v.. mnor-L In llnfwllu thn PnltlUl
BljCmp 'IhM-s the Bo-ibirii Cottoi
I ABi-nplnttnti " Ho John I. AllMOn
Concord. N C; The Itelatlon of Hit
n them Hankers to the Cotton
Crop" Hon. John D. Walker Sparta
(la . "The American totton Crop
aouioi 1. rt. Comer of Alabama
'Vrtton the Bahls of So-them Pros
ciltj Hon B. 1. Smith. Columbia
8. C . Wlrtt the Southern Cotton
A-iHorfBt'nn MeanB to tho South.
Hon H. M Jaowoy. Dardnnellc
Ailv "Immigration from tho Stand
point of So heni Knnreis" Hon. 18
A. C lvln Dallas Texas; "Tho Best
Method of Obtaining Nccesaary and
npflip'-U Immigration for the South."
Governor I). C. Uwood. of Soutt
Caiollnn; ' Piobable. Prottta tn Stock
nold- r in a Corporation to IJtij and
Sell Cotton and B$it Plana to Op
oi te on' Hon. S A. Wltlterapoon.
Meridian Miss "How Shall Wo Ki
innc; tlU' Cotton Ciop" lion. V. M
Hy4tt Columbia S C ; "Practical
Means of MakinK Unt Cotton Brlnp
to the Farmer a .1 -at Price" Hon.
Hoke BmJth. povernor-tflect of Geor-
Kln; "Maiketlng and Flnanblug tin
A'DorbHii Cotton Ciop by the Grow-
erH" Htn I. II liwln Stillwaer.
Okla Itelatlon of American Cotton
to the Civilized Win Id" Hon H It
Dane- Hou-.cn Texas.; "How to Se-
ttire Systematic Organization of Cat
ton flioweia." C. C Moore Charlotte
N C ; "Average Cost of Producing a
'Pound of American Cotton" Hyn V
j Foster Shreveport. La. "What
Have We Ac omplhheil?" Hou. Wal
ter Claik Ciarksdale Miss
Official Journal of the Proceedings CfCHESTers pilks
of the Coiisliiulioiial Convention
5100 REVA RD $100.
The readers or this paper will bo
pleased to I earn that tliero la tit loast
one dreaded dtecase that Mslar.co lias
been able to euro in nil Us stages
and that Ib Catarrh I lull's Catarrh
m i-iiro is tnii oniy jwhiiitu euro now
j known to the medical frntornity. Ca
tarrh being n constitutional dlionwo
rnidrca a constitutional troatmunt.
Hall's Catnrrh Cure is trtlcan Ititornal-
iy actluK d'roctly uion th blood and
inncouB surfaces of the system thoro-
bv dettro)lng the foundation of tho
dlspiwo. nnd giving tho patient
BtrciiKth by building up 'lie constitu-
tion and asalsting nature lu doing It
work The proprietora haro ao much
faith In its euratlvo powera that Uioy
offer One Handled Dollar for nuy
case that it fails to tire. Send for list
FARMING A A SCIENCE.
(By Assoclai d Preas )
Topeka. Kas J "i 11 This wa.
another busy and piofltable day for
tho progressive Kunaas farmers In
attendance on the annual meeting of
tho fctate board of rioatture Among
the papers and addresses presented
(Wing tha day wie the following-
"The Itelatlon of Fd to Production"
Prof I. T Haecker of the Minneota
college of Bible It e; The Conner
atlon of Uotl Moist ire" J G Mos
ier of Illinois rolh-po of agriculture.
"The Pi amount Nd of This Time"
lU'nk Cooper K'oas City Mo
PjbsCrlbrfTp.x!fx)?'lo1Prn"t0re ''Worths' subicriptlon in advance nro
Wise Counssl From the South.
-I want tn rive Homo valuable ad
1 vice to tboao who suffer with lame
back and kidney tioible." says J 11
Bbnken-hfp of llei-k. Tnn "I have
pro vi d to au absolute certainty that
RVctrl- Bitten) l'l lOsttively cu-t
this dlutrcsiiug co lillou Th ifr-st
l.ottle gave ine gieir relif uuil afi r
tak'ng a tow ore UuttKH I wu lofn-
p'Kfely cved so (oni'i'eteh injt 1.
become pbatiun t r on m ml ilii
great remedy" l"old nud t k hu-U
at uli dnr .-Jon s Pile (ae.
Moinliig BOShl'ii) Thursday Jamaary 1" 1007 10 A. M.
Convention int pursuant to gdJuuniQiunt- - it' Ifc
Itoli was railed and nil inetnbt prWTOiit wxcopt Mctflra. Harrison of
;5 Kane Newell nnd Savage. Mr. Ilarrlson of 45 was exrused on account
if sickness and Mr. Rnvago was oxotiMil fui Jic weok on aocount of
A communication was received froniiL. Drfldfom Prfnce sending greet
togs and oongratulatlotie of the Conatltutlonnl Cfnitrontlon or New Mexico
Mr MeCance preaented by renueat. Petition Nof 1W from Moorcland
JklabotDR for state-wide iirolilbltion which was uferrod to tho Committee
-tt Unuor Traffic.
Mr. Wood of S pceiietttad. by rcntteat Jetltton No. 121. wlt'i U algna-
trea praying frr aiate-wide prohibition which waa referred to tho Com
ftlttee on Liquor Traffic.
Mr. Mnxey preBcnted Petition No. 1J8 from the Fire Department of
ihawnec Oklahoma relating to Insurance which was submitted to the
Jommltlce on Inaurancc.
Mr. Maxey pro entcd. by reqweat. Petition No. 128 praying for atnte-
ido i rohlbltlon which was referred to the Conunltleo on Lliruor TrnfKc.
Mr Tucket preaented by rottuoat Petition No HI with lflO lgnnt'ures
-.raying for state-wide prohibition which was referred to the Cotntulttee
jfi Ltqitor TrnfTIc.
Mr. Wyly presented by request Petition No. 1S5 from 120 votera nnd
3 other cltlaena of Westvtlle Indian Teirllary. prnylug for stnte-wlde pro-
tlbltion which was refened to the Cotntulttao on liquor Traffic.
Mr. Berry presented by request Petition No. 1SG from Pawnoo; CleVC-
' and and Blackburn with 250 signatures praying for stnte-wldo prohibition
Jit oh was referred to the Commltteo on Liquor Tinfflc.
Mr. Hobei'a presented by requeat Petition No. 127 with 181 alRimlurog.
i.rom Nowatn I. T. pmylng for stnlo-wldo prohibition which wub rofurrod
p tho Committee on Liquor Traffic.
Mr ltoberts presented by request Petition No. 12S with 12S algiuituroa.
raying for atato-wldo prohibition whloh was referred to the Coniiiilltte
an Liquor Trnfflc.
i Mr. Covey presented by ruquoft Petition No. ltO. for alnte-wido pro.
..bltlon which was leforred lo tho Coinmlttoe on Llqudr Traffic.
Air. Jnmo- preaented. by request Petition No. ISO. with RD ilgHttbwoa.
raying for sttite-wlde prohibition which wna roforrod to tho Committee ou
Mr. Jomea preaented by rotuwat Petition No. 1.11 with 30 atBuatures
iftying for atnte-wdo proUlbltlon which wtiw roferrud to tho Committee
n Liquor Traffic.
' Mr. Jauica prosonlod. by loqtioal. Petition NO. 188 from ad cltlaona of
.luinmm oottnly prnyTiig for tho ilglit lo voto on niKiinliihtlon at tho time
' f voting ou tho adoption of tho constlWillo'u which wua rofotred to tho
oniinliteo on (Jountloa nitd County Iloundnrlca.
Mr. JamtJ presented by laqiioal Petition No. Ift3 from 75 oltlxons
if Cimarron County prnjiuB for tho right to voto ou organization nt tho
' line of voting on tho adoption of tho Constitution which wnH reforrod to
he Comtliitteo on Countlw and County Ilotindarioe.
Mr. Caudlll preaented by icquoat Petition No. 181 with C18 algualuroa
10m Mnugum Oklahoma praying for Blute-wido prohibition whloh was
cferrcd to the Conimlltoo on Liquor Trnrria. g
Mr. Helton proaonled by request petition No. 13B. from Coylo OUJa-
oma jiraying for atnte-wide prohibition which wna roforrod to tho Com-
iltleo on 'Liquor Trnfflc.
Mr. ItobeiU preaenlod by request Petition No 130 wltfr 68 algnaUirea.
loin Kildare Oklahoma praying for aUUe-wIde iirohlbltlon whloh wua
efened to the Committee on Liquor Traffic
Mr. Williams of 3 piesenled by request Petition No. 187. from Mooro-
and Oklahoma praying for uniform prohibition which was referred to
he Cqjnmittee on Liquor Traffic.
Mr. Snter presented Potltou No. 13"v praying for cojiatltotlonal pro-
vision for firemen In cities which waa loforrod to tho Comnilttoo on
Mr. WlUInniB of 108 Chnlriuun 'of tlu Commllteo on invitation lo lion-
arable M. LaKollello tond n oumuiuirat!oi frtun liliu (ti wliluh ho oxproeaed
regret at not being nblo to attend and address tho Convention.
On motlou of Mr. IOIlls Honorable W. If. (Coin) Ilnrvoy was Invited
to nddresa tho Convention nt 7:80 P. M". Monday Jnntnlry 11.
On motion of Air. llanrnty President .Tohp Mitchell of tho United
Mine Workers of America wna Invited to visit and ail drew the Convention.
Mr. Parker ireaented Petition No. 138. Wing ti raamwrial to Hie Congreea
if the United Statee. relating to foreat reserve which was referred to the
Committee on Coal. Oil. Gaa and Mlueral Lauds.
' On motion of Mr Uttlejohn the Convention went into tho Committee
d the Whole ff" .t further consideration of General Order.- with Mr.
Hayes lu the Chair.
At the uoou hour the Commlttoo of the Whole arose President Murray
resumed the chair and Mr. Hayes as Chairman of the Committee of the
Whole made report aa follows.
Mr. Pitsident: We your Coinmlttoe of tne Whole convention to wnota
was referred the General Ordeis being ComuiUlee Iteporn Noa. 4 8 6.
11 i: and 9. beg to repoit that we bve had uuder couHderaiiou Commute)
Kepoits N)M 4 aud 8 and that thireon we have made progress and ask
leave to sit again 8- W HAY 188
On motlou of Mr Dili tin- report was adopted.
Mr. Hughes moved that when the Convention do adjourn it be until
I V M.
On an amendment offered l Mr Hob the Couventlon adjourned until
V A M Friday January 11 U07.
iiri A.lj.nr iinnl.t for
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bft. Mlii tilth flirt IUKhM
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OLDS FrJ Trial.
' I n mi fii-wit m mmil
aurcst and ftuiokcot Cure for all I
TilllOAT nnd IVONG f'ZtOUfl
Jutiii Or M.VHVX -UAUIt.
M KEVEH RKOWN TOFAIt ' s i.rf fi.u
SI JJl'.T" ' .' " ' " Hi 1 pi rrt.U
BJ fr DO i n ii .a th ii . u b. mil f
Fl hea f.i.ci ft rif I' mni artf rltl ia biA iH
Pi In.. IV .-ml c 0iir "'
mOHITtDMtOICAt CO 00.T4.UNM.Ttll r I
Sold tit Kuihrla hy C. JT. ffoiifro
'1 IV HI Villi Kil I
17 Years Exporionco Cry-
Jnij 'Sales t
Will Cry All KlndsSalcs on
Connnlfisiou . . MM t
Will go to any Pt oi Ibe
County or Territory lo cry
Ctxll Up Phono 75 at My
0. M. Grant
f1e.nri ami ttHjc th hi
letntri ami ttitir'U th dtlr.
rolitolfrt ft luturlail rmwth
Mofca Tail to Mintorn Ory
jimr lo ii xouuinu iO'Or.
Cun Ktlp Jif.wi n Mt liloj.
&k- llHi'li jniBd
THE NEW YEAR
... A BANK ACCOUNT ...
Deposit n spccifieil amount
weekly whotliT large or
small. You wfu be surprised
how money accumulates if
you can onlv acquire th$
ha hi I and save We pay in-
terest on tiinu deposits. NOW
is a tjood time to start. Safe-
ty Deposit Uoxcs for rent
SI. $8 and $!i per year. Ab
solute safely for your valua
OKLAHOMA STATE BANK-
READY FOR BUSINESS
New Hond Lixundry
at 200 Bast Harrison Avduue.
Family washing a specialty
Strictly band work dode by ex
G W. Chadwick Prcs.
J. S. liiciurtos. Miir.
(I Pr. 8J- i
lawrfuic M tiD II tt
.M)ii bH'ii In ''tloiilff and J'"
Jfan:itt whl'b i i. taki- pla e be
foro th t'nlty Amietv nlub Of Ul-s
flu I" a'trgctiiiK niiinlderaljle attcn
tti ii 'Mi tn t)it' l llo have met
in ibi H -' a -e r.l fonptr ocra
SEVENTH YEAR IH OKLAHOMA
Or. Clark nataaJiy. tha
(APMUB Ch!o iplJI
lU trt Garoulu a
ttWitt aitatit of aota
.r" Oar BTnt4.
nmen ovr lit Wt
(UrrUon JLwiu. Outhrla. Oaia.
Wc are ' buttm
in ' tba but
elona and at itreaent stand with lioe-
or. dbo'jt even Aa both arc heavy
slugger they are eaperted to put up
wit SriternKtlutf exhibition The ftree-
I'll t fills fo. flttetu nund mill
AH tho Voiid
1 . 4 Uii. i.d Ufttlard a HUOW Lbll-
m ut plays a must prominent part It
lm: ii.; u ipciior for lUn iiiiatlam stiff
loinli cutH Buralun and nil pains
Hay it tr it and you will .tlwaya um
AGAINST CATALOaUE HOUE.
Lottor Sent Out Urging Meeting ut
Oklahoma Retail Merchants.
Uiie'ltl toDallv Lcador
Oklahoma City Okla. JUii 11
Hwrtinry MrKpand of tli- nhmntn'i
of OowmHreu hum ihhIIimI it .'ho U-tn th
to the retail mm hunt of Oklahoma
aud Indian l' utm- urgltiK tttfir at-
it Anyliody who !.' uhd llallard a I tendaumi at !' retail im-iebaitta
orKanUatluti lucetlnii In tills city Jan.
u and :te ! twl0Ha bwiae pr-
poMtlou win ha dUeuased and a
strenuous light ugalnBt this fi-atu.-e
Wi'l be th great eat mwiliiK of the
Kind tver held in OkUhomu
miow Liniment Ib a IMnj; p. oof of
what Sr iliia.
Iluy a trial bottle tto. BQc and
1 0 gold by C It Itcnfro.
rf T 'u
Phono v?5 for Ice Credm.
Only firat class outnt in tho
cerrltorlp9 Write fox. saraplu
tod get Jr!cw3.
The Leader oountlus room la kept
open until 10;30 ou Saturday nlghta.
This Is fr tho convenience of city bb
eoriborh wha do not see tho collector!
I -& a..! "vvu vuu up (OWU
Wildly drop lo a!5 leg t& irctilMor.
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