The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 6, Ed. 1, Thursday, May 9, 1907 Page: 2 of 8
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TO FUUNJSII Jtt &MOIUAL
IHOJUMENT TO HERO
President Roosevelt Will
Make Principle Address
After Military Parade
(ny Associated Prcss.1
Indianapolis Ind. Mny 9. -So far an
tho local nrrnugements nro concerned
everything is nuv In readiness for
tho reception or President Koosovclt
who Is to coino to Indianapolis to de-
liver the oration nt tho unveiling of
tho Lawton niominunf on Memorial
Day. Tho President will .irtivo in r.
'tllunapolls during tho forciicon of tho
..iUlli and will bo escorted bv tho re-
ception committee to tho homo ot
Vice President Fairbanks whero
lunclu'on Ik to bo served.
The dedicatory exorcise. will take
place In the afternoon att-1 will ho
preceded bv a military parade. Ono
battalion of Infnntrv frpm I't. Wayne
Mich ono battalion from Ft. Thomas
Ky. and ono light nation- front Ft.
Sheridan 111. together with several
regiments of the Indiana National
flunrd wilt take oait In tho narndo.
Trio dedlcntory coremonioi will tnke
place In tho grounds of tho court-
house whero the monninent has "been
erected. It Is expected that Mrs.
Lawton tho widow of- tho soldier will
be present nt tha unveiling. Gover-
nor Ilnnly as chairman of the Lnwtoi
committee will preside pvov the exor-
cises and will Introduce the President.
There will bo ono or two trlcf Intro-
ductory nJdroHses but tho speech ot
tho occasion will bo Hint of tho Presi-
dent who has indicated that It wji(
bo along tho lino of a Memorial Day
address. Immediately after the dedi
catory exercises tho Pooscvolt party
win loavo for
Lansing where the
to Bpcajf Uio following
Deafness Cannot be cured
by locnl applications as they canno
roach the disensed portion of tho ear.
There Is only ono way to euro deaf-
ness thnt is by constitutional renin-
dies. Deafness Is caused bv an In-
flamed condition of tho niuscous lining
of tho Unatnchlnn Tube. When this
lubo lg Inflamed you have a rumbling
sound or nperfeet hearing and hen
It Is entirely closed. Deafness Is tho
result and unless tho InflamsStion can
be taken out and this tulip restored
to Its normal condition hearing will
bo destroyed forqver; nlno cases out
nf ton are caused by Catnrrh. which Is
nothing but an Inflamed condition pt
tho niuscous Burfqcos.
AVo will give Ono Hundred Dollars
for any case of Dpafnewa tcailscd by
catnrrh) Unit canndt Do cured by
Hull's Cntnrrji Cure. Send Tor circu-
F. J. CHKNtay & CO. Toledo o.
Sold by Druggists 1$c.
Tnko llnllB Family Pills t'or constl-
patioti. Instnnqes where a sta'o legislature
ails to ebct n United States seuator
in tlr.in to take his seat at the begin-
ning of n new congress pic so tow
in the history of tho United States as
io bo worlhv of mention. Tho Hhodo
Island legislature after taking eighty-
oin ballots has failed to o tct a uuc-
cesKor tp qeorgp l'eabody Wctmor '
:.nd it will not reassemble again m-'
II .Tnnu.ti-v or nvi vr l.
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ir.-ss win again io In sessicn In Do-
comb t of this year. For r.u Interim I
of nt 'east ono month In the boglnulio?
f iliu sixtieth cpngfose lthodo Island
vin tiifrerpro. iiavo only eno rcprs-
uattlvo In the uppor branch of con-
Whpn your back aches it is almost
invariably an indication that some-
thing Is wrong with your kidneys.
Weal; diseased kidneys frequently
rauso n break dqwp pj tho entire sys-
fm. DnWItt's Kidney and Bladder
der Pills afford prompt relief for
ak kfjiupys backache inflammation
it tho bladder and all urinary troubles.
Sold by C. It. Itenfro.
Uiill rain o? onoy ha? na effect on
t'' brgnlit list; always something
'oIiir C D. Foster "Tho LiMld Man
NEW YORK TATK LEAGUE.
(fly Associated PressO
ITtica. N Y. lnv ?. Tho Nov
York State League bcglGS tho ubasoi
today under cotidltlonH jiorhaps more
favornblo for success tnan bvnr be-' nor best earthly friend. It cured mo
ford since tho league was organized j Qt aEthma stx years ago. U hss also
TTm opening games acdordlnK to ' nerformod n wonIorfi euro of Jncl
Miliof uio wro to be played as fallows: J nJent consumption" for my Son's wife.
Scrnntop holder of tho- t-wRaat. atTe flrst bottlo f$4 tho terribta
Troy; Wllkes-ltarre at AliMiy SyrR
fil?0 a' A 3 & a and ;ft!.ihnm at
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If yu Art too fat It It fetcitiM rMir f4
fm to ft W ofiW:trWlth.
if you &r fodltn th faifiStJuehw-'foodi
Uwityou it an not proprly dietUdaiM
Len thin jtringy po?k do Aot Mir
qKuh PbjuIk Ift the ttbmaeh whll fit
opn hve too much Peptta ciMt wtk
oentalns all tha dlcejtire juices that art
found In a healthy stomach and in
txactly those proportions necessary to
nabla tha tomach and dlnestivo orjans
to dizest and assimilate all foods that may
be eaten. Kodol is not only a porfoct
dljostant but it is a reconstructive tis-
sue building tonic as well. Kodol cures
Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach
Hortbum Palpitation of the Heart and
Sonstipatlqn. You will like It
Digests What You Et
Rests the stomach rebuilds the
tissues and iyes firm flesh.
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TRADE UNIONS MAKE
THE WORLD BETTER
S o in C Pertinent Reasons
Why Workmen Should Or-
ganiv.e Their Forces
Trade unions foster education and
They shorten tho hours of labor.
Thoy raise wagea and loyer usury.
They Incrcaso lodependenco and Up-
They develop manhood and rebuke
brute force'nrid selfishness.
Thoy cnlargo society and ollmlnato
ThQy redtico iirojudlco and induce
They llghtdn toll brighten meh
cheer tho hpijo ami mako tho yorld
"I rejolqp at. every -effort worklng-
in on make to organize. ... I
hall tho labor movement. . . .
Orgnnhc and stand together Iot tho
nation hear a initpQ. demand from tho
laboring- voice-." Wendell Phillips.
"Think God AVo have a system of
labor where there can be a strike.
Whatever tho' pressure thorb Is a
point whore the worklngman may
stop' President Uncpln In n speech
at Hartford 1800 referring to the
Now England shoemakers" great
Tho trade unions are the roflctts In
organised crystallised form of tho
best thought activity and hopes of the
wage-workers. Thoy represent the
nHgregute expression of discontent of
labor with existing economic social
and political misrule. Tho trado un-
ions arc exactly" what t'.o wa.go work-
ers aro. 3rtd cap bo mado exactly
what they mayJ please to make them.
Active or sluggish: keen or dull; nar-
row or broad-gauged Juat as tho mem-
bers nro Intellectual or otherwise
Hit. i ('present as tloy may citho. of
Ihoso alternatives tho trades "union
in tho host torm of organisation for
tho tollers to protect their ptcsont In-
terests Q3 woll ns to work out their
salvation from nil wrong
In politics wo Bliall bo as wo always
lintrii liann ImlAnnnflniit Ti il rtttj-ki tin tit
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interest we shall have In either 1b
their real not merely their' avowed
attitude toward labor. Wo shall en
denpr to aid in exposing tho folly of
l being a union man 3C4 days in the
year nnu inning to remomuer mo
union man's d"ity on olectfon day. Uiit
we shall unqualifiedly oppose tho at-
tempt to Impress tho thought upon
the worklu&mon that so long na they
"vntp right" ?xi pfip day In tho year
thv wy be remiss in thair mepit'er-
shlp and all lholr other duties every
othor day In thq.yenr.
Let us concenirato our efforts to
organize all tho. forces of wage labor
and within Ijr ranks contest fairly
niid openly tor tho different views
whHi may be entertaluod upon the
dlfforont steps to bo taken to movo
tho grand nituy o labor onward and
fonyard. In no orgaulr.stlon on earth
Is. tliurp such toleration so great a
H.copo and ' free u forum ns Inside
tho ranks' of tho American Federation
of Labor and wwhoro is there- sfch
3 fair opportunity afforded for tho
advocacy of a ney or brighter thought.
UurAl Route 1 Fort Edward tf. Y..
savsi 'nr. K I nil's Kaw Discovery la
cough aud Una Accomplished the otn
or yaatoms left one by tme until
Hk wai perfectly Vftl. Dc. Kind's
w Btseavery's owr over emtui
u4 khi U slwy HMsrvlow." N41
httty attttiste! far Jtf VvMUftatt. Mb
ui i.W. Trial fetkte fn. -
FOR ThW WpiM-U MWFtl.':
Qtom Drep p HnlibM H4n-MNMN
Dspjva one' pound gum Amble In I
pfet and a 'half ot water jrtraln n(
add ono pound sugar. Heat untll.tht
uuu jiuuiiu BiiRtir. Jiiu.it uniii-'un
aia dissolved then flavor to tastr
color" all or imrt as dcslrpd. Tbcst!
Id bo added whllo tho mlxtdnat
i. When about tho consistency" o)
honey fill n sballow box with corn
starch smooth tim surface and with.
a suck rounded at tuo end tno size
you dcslro to have tho gum drons
make llftla Indentations In tho starchf
iney snouiu uo as cioso toiiiier aa
can bo without Interfering. If n larga
number of tho gum dtops are to be
mado round buttons ot wood may fie
fastened to a flat board and tho whole
sc of Indentations mado nt ones.
Place tho ailxturo dt sugar and gum
In a vessel with a long lln or. spout
and pour out slowTy striking off with'
a wire wnun tho mould la niled set
In a warm placo for several days until
tho drops nro hardened enough to
handle. Then dampen a llttlo and
Bhape In granulated sugar.
WHEN HANQiNQ UP GOWN8.
Bag of White Muslin I a Gcbd Thing
to Have Handy.
Don't hang a gown wrong sldo out
boforC hanging It up no matter how
delicato a color it Is.
Nothing ruins the set moro quickly
which Is soon evidenced by the
creases which creep here thero and
It's natural enough for the outside
must necessarily bo mado a llttlo
larger and looser than tho lining and
reversing tho usual order of hanging
Is bound to react in somo unpleasant
If tho gown Is a delicate color mako
a big bag ot whlto muslin to slip it
In while hanging upt or pin a white
cloth big enough to cover It over lt
taking care in either case to liayo
tho covering hang from tho hook or
from tho cdat hanger instead of drag-
ging upon tho dress itself.
Cap That Cheers.
There Is surely nothing moro wol'
"como than a good properly mado cup
of tea. Nor can anything so stimulate
Jaded senses in tho summer season as
tho samo importation from tho cast
served In any of several ways. No ta
is drinkable by anyone with tho slight-
est claims to tasto unless It has been
freshly browed wfthta the last 1G nn-
utes for Instance says Woman's Life
The wator must havo Just boiled
forciho first time and only boiled five
mlimtcs nt longest Tho teapot must
bo hot the tea.Ceylon or soma other
black mixturo not tho green or
Oolong varieties if the bc3t Is de-
sired. As. to tho teapot thpugh silver
may charm tho pyo tho ordinary
cheap brown cathenwaro makos the
better tea. O
Remember to" wash ail good pocket-
handkerchiefs by themselves quite
apart from anything elso. Soak them
overnight in cold wnter thou wash in
hot water using the best whlto Soap;
rinso in clear cold water squeeze -tho
water out of them rub well with
white s0ap and boll for 20 minutes
with a l(ttlo dissolved borax In tho
wter. Then rinso again and If any
spots remain wnsh them. Blue In tho
usual manner and Iron boforo thoy
nro qulto dry with n well-polished
hot iron. Ilnndkcrchlofs treated in
this way will keep their color and
' Lemoh Marmalade.
Tq rIx pounds lemons take nine
pbuffiL Bugur. Peel the lemons then
cover the .yoljowmrings 5vItU water
and boll until tender. Drain and let
cool then shred the parings fine.
Meantime Ualye thp peeled fruit
crosswise and press out juice and
soft pulp Cover the shells of whit'o
pulp remaining With three pints cold
water and boll ono-half hour. Simla
off this liquor and add it to tho Juico
and softrpulp with tho yellow rinds.
Doll all tpgethor then add the "heated
sugar. n Doll down to tho consist ucy
required and place whllo boiling hot
In small Jars or murmalado pots.
Onions aro chiefly employed as fla-
voring. Thoy are almost thq finest
nervine known and can brace up the
norvous system woll. Onion eaters
gain beautiful complexions by secur-
ing skin action. Many vegetables
cool the blood but an onion eaten raw
will send a glow of wurmth through
one's body pn the coldest day.
No other vegetable has the samo
justojnlng npd strcngUVgJYlcs quail-
tlea Its blto Is due to a small amount of
sulphur tho agent that causes tho
Just a delicato cheese flavor can be
mpartcd to spaghetti by preparing It
with a cream sauce and serving it In
a cljeeso shell. Add a roux ot flour
and butter In proportion p"! t;wo fablo-
spoonfua eachto a pint ot milk and
rlmmcrhfj 'spaghetti already ceoktd
te?idor-4H I fr 'w iJS minute
Afjioj It la (.urnod lnVi (hiiheesqjsiwn
1st It oJa;ricr n low minutes In tM
Pretty 1hcHoq oranges ar raiit
by cuttlsK a piece oft the Ion of ech
orange nd taking out atl the patj. I
Ct m Mg o the oraae peel hi
poMiMi mui huk the tml vtu ahr-
A&A e6cMHnt wad stunr! AM' a im
spMha of starry or cjpmm ". vmt
tk faa ach elAM. &4Ie a ItWk cuooMmtt
o 'p 'fop t aryvitJl.a tig of
'lMf(tJ BtatM AlinrtbML Jofe Bttbitl
returad this aitoraoon fwyq Watonfa.
210-512 211 Street
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T3Elbf$ MdNEY EXGl-TANGfe.
fieKbtJOflUVtor the Stennicrsrom
and to Europe.
Your aalt loolcs ratf?r rtt.ty
Smboth It up. O. L. nrook$ merchant
talloc rjast Oklahoma wilt em'vo you
Private money to loan nn city proii
t-rty. Low IntcfdsL Olds Lyniiih bmj
nuy ypu'r faU fiaftbr ' nt Orny':
drug store' l'Jfl E:uit OklaiToifja uve
OUTLOOK IS GOOD.'
(Tly Associated Press.)
Now OrioanJv La. May f Accord-
ing to tho cstjmnto of ft numuov of
extensive capo groworn In tlui sug.i'-
bolt Louisiana shmfld mala Ihl year
340000 tons of sugar or mct'o. Tho
average crotr of tho state Is 2CO.O0(l
tons Last year only 22.-.000 tois
wero Tiia'To. It is not bellovod that tha
short crop In Cuba vllthsue any 6t
fee on the nrlco of tho Louisiana
product for tho boot crop Is as Inrg'J
Shako Into your shoos Allen's Foot
Case n powder. It oarca "Tired A"h-
Inc. Callous. Sweating. Swollen -ct.
At nil Drugulsts and Shoo Storrs. Sd
Snmylo FHB12. Address Allon S. Olm
sled. Loltoy N. Y.
NIcO retreat Is tho Victor Dar. Rc-
soit for gonlleirven. You vlll got
properly served thoio. Dost In liquors
Talk about nice wagons. Have you
seen some ot tho latest turned out at
tho Guthrie Carriage and Wagon
Works? Kxnmlno at onco.
i The Beanigr Grocer; Co.
' nt ' ! i'.rv ilit tiu i
Suceesaor lo tfie Uoaton Grocery (jo.
GOODS DELIVERED TO ALL
8 ; Cot. 6th
fntfasrsxzriap.iasz-KX'xuii uM'kHrxu'l uii
there ure'ititSfty IciUri
. 7h;si njemeri hqvc avepref pf feem 15 talQ jftitt
us( tytfrxtt costing snythmp fcr repHi'rJ. t t
tr( ($s? psr iwr man $vy oncr
on the rttsrhct.
Maze in tio foroest lawn Afjwcr
factory tn the world.
tipsv&l nncems of mnu
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r 'vi' hj.-u r-.z.: 'ijitt h1j wi t 'J' .-r " 'iiiii mu i
CKbMirt a .owbfe tip DDintis LQ
you buy elsewhere. DROP
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liyi3 West Harrison
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CURES catarrh of the stomadv
EARL'gREY'gOING TO ENGLAN'J.
(Dy Associated Prcss.i
Ottawa Ont. May 0. KutI Grv
Kovernor-gpnenil of the Dominion
Will salt for HnSland tomorrow on tho
tfltnnmslilp- Virginian. Ills. ICxcellonc
will Pbond the. oabiy part of' tho rum
mdr ohfAad During lilfialiftaco from
Ottawa Chler .lustlco. Fitzpairlck wl'l
be ndmliilstorntOr. 11 1
A. Hitlo -lodol taken ocoaslonally
miSnoclSlly 'Rfthr eating will relievo
sour staniaalt bnjehlng unci heartburn
.1. II. .louPs Nowprtrt renn.. writes "I
am suro thrco one dollar hot Ilea of
your Kodril positively bnnd mo ot
dyspepsia and I cftn I'eeohimeml It nrt
tfiat Was 111100 ypnrs njtO'fmd I haven't
bcn 1ath0rPd mntio with It." Kodol Ii
Rimranlppd to Klip relief. Sold lo' O
It. Ren fro.
Renew ymir old- Enmlturo with
Snpolitv Varnish Stain and Knamei
For snl nt CJrny'n drug store 120
Kat't Okhhoxim nvOnue.
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St. and Noble Ave
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