The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 123, Ed. 1, Wednesday, September 25, 1907 Page: 3 of 8
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NEWSPAPER GR'ftU C IT
FORECASTS A DOLE-
HIS DISCERNING EYE
SEES FINANCIAL ROCKS
Gloomy Forebodinge (Refuse
to Admil Anything But
Speolal CorroaiMUilence Washington
D. C. Sept. 85.
"Whether tho present boonj'of hisrh
trJst prices nre to continue is a mm-
ter uuhvcfan" the hiRhest niranrliU
authorities. l may lie wpll to iv-
oall tliiKonlniOrts (riven and then
jiidK or their value. It i3 only a
few months go when the fren.lt.l
flllQIH'Icl'M Of Wnll Str...t wiiorn nrlik.
ing liivostuionts In stocks and bonds
lit Uio rlcm then prrvallliiR slw
then nearly GO per cent has own
Imocked off their paper value and as
far as trust stack at least are con-
cerned tho hotlom Is pcrhapg not yrt
readied. The public were advlaett
sometime ago ' !m Lawson to buy
copper stocks fo advance but thla
tip hue been followed by a decline of
100 per pent In "Amalgamated Cop-
per" and nearly as nimli In other llko
stocks. Tom Lawaon 1h Hkewlno boom-
ItiK President llooaevelt as certain to
be renominated and elected but If
hie political foresight la no better
than his financial hindsight it is
pretty cortalu that Sir. Roosevelt will
not be renominated.
President Gary of (he Steel Trust
declares the huainrws or trust boom
will continue but at the saiua time
there was a serious lecllne on the
stock market of steel trust sliani
and ordors for steel material are de-
creasing: and the pi Ice Is declining.
Sir. Rogers of the Copper Trust and
Standard Oil declared when ho re-
turned front fin-ope a few weeks ago
that tho price of cooper would remain
at 26 celts a pound whereas nowvlt
Is goiiiK begging at 15 eeiui a pound.
Mr. Wilson Secretary of Agriculture
on his return from o two months
trip through the ountry told us the
farmers had enormous crops ami
would be rolling In wmith. lj.it no. (
lu .. . .. .. . .... I
hie department's last statement sho"
there wil! be nearly 8oO(t00.00O )
bushels of cereals raised this ai
than last. Have all these gentlemen
been trying to deceive the people for
financial or political purposes? It
looks very -ouch like !
The New York Journal of Commerce
a most conservative and reliable busi-
ness Journal for September Kith
snys: "The severe depression that
has reigned in the financial district
is beginning tti bear the inevitable
fruit throughout the country ami no
doubt can be enterltilned regarding
tho Imminence of an Industrial reac-
tion." Tho rfine Journal on the 17th
ileclares "the merchant" are-iroszled "
Moody's MagazlDQ a reliable source of
Information for Investors say "tho
bankers are puzalad." Now what are
till these people DUMled alwut? Mrs.
Hetty Creen the richest and most
promluent wotiwt flnancler In
Amerids. tells us that the "financial
tditlon is going to the devil" and
as Mrs. Creen has access to some of
the bijilitbt financial minorities and
her opinion lB not warped by ptirti-
ean jiolltlcs slie may he n"irr ritht
than the other prophets who are evi-
dently quite fallible.
Is there dauger of a financial. In
ditstrial and polltlrnl cataclysm? It
looks as if u great many piple were
afraid of something dire hnpKnlng.
Already vast fortunes bave melted
wav r hso been irreatly depleted
but so far the trouble has been a
"rich man's panic" and 11 . '.My con
fined to New York and the imr
great financial centers. The question
is will It tipread? I have somtwhat
enlarged on these symptoms of the
busting of the tturft booming created
by nopubliean policies as it will have
the effort of showing that ultra pro-
tection has created an nnuaturnl
prosperity which Is now on the wane
Under thene ermfltetli'i' advices II '11
at leu.it lie wisdom for ordinal peo-j
of tho Buffering and danger in stora for h.er"rpSllti expeQfat motlwf
of all pleasant anticipations of tho coming evem and casts over her a
lhadnw of gloom which cstnnot be shaken off. Thousands of women
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pie to keep nar Ihehore uniil the
tin.'tiielnl clo.'di. are IIV.I and li.v 11 .
mea ib not to ro into debt unless
there is a sure way of kDlnt; able to
The conviction Is growing aniot
.r.illtary men. politician and dipla-
mats here that the determination of
the President to vsend the Urgent
flett of battleships ever assembled to
m- .ui i.i.-. -r lumps i.r -:
on ui a new uirepier m Aiurriraii i
I- lltlcal campaigning. It h pointed j
oi. that not even in tne disturbed j
years immeuiaiei- succeeoinK me war
of the rebellion was there fojnd j
ninoiig i'T-ogani Kepuujiean ooiiikihub
crmrngL uuougli to make a d'splay of
such magnitude altliotiglt we had at
t.iat time n neighbor .011 the South
ret log stisplclously. H is plain that
?Ir. rtooseveli Is determined to be In
a position with his greul llept to Hs-
tracl public attention frcm the disous-
siou of domestlo topics. It is now
Known here that thin is bis true In-
tention. If he does no mote than this
we will all thank (Jod. He Is like a
child with a stick -f dynimitc how-
ever and Is Juat srs liable as not
""" "' !. ""'u'rB u
smart unt'. caT trick to cause on ex
plosion th.'f will damns' us all and
po.-islbly Involve h.s in a war. the end
of which no man can see The novel-
t cf the iierformanre is what charms
the President. Heretofon tho army
and the varTous depai nuents of the
Government have bt.-cn usc-d for jxill-
tleal purnoses hut nevr nril Ahjs
year of grochg8 anyone sttemptcd to
use the navy for spectacular 110100868.
When Congress opens we may expect
to bear more about lulu proiHMed par-
ade of battleabipe.
Politics have been rather at a
stand still fpr tjto past ww It The
most lutportunt nppuhlicsu movement
being the determlmrtion of Congress-
man Unitoit to run against Tom John-
son for Mayor of Cleveland at the sen
llcltatlon of the President and Tart.
ff Tom Johnson wlua It toay vlttial
ly el i mill a' e Taft as a Republieau on
dkluto for President- and force Toi.
Johnson into the iinieliKht as a prom-
inent candidate for tl Deuiocrtttlc
I a-. assured by one of tho piinci-
pal newspaper men n-re.m ii'lng Wall
Street Inttrostn in Waxhliixtou tliul
"it.if people" are for (Virfelyon. i
dn'w out thin information by sh.Uu I
tl o.tglu Pecretary Taft would not bo
non.inati'd bv the RfpiibPcnus. This
same inajs is a IVmoeiiit and a warm
friend of Mr. Bryan who he hojies wild
bo nominated by the Democrats
tlioufeh he fears Mr Bryan would
Hk'sin be defeated
Warren W rth Bailey editor of th
Johuutown Demox rat and a personal
ai:d iiolltlcal friend of Mr. hryau. was
in Washtpgtou a day or t aa;o and
he cotlfhrnis the Piiiladelpliia report
that Mr. Bryan "doubts at this time
whether he Is available ' a the Dt mo-
cratlc candidate for president. This
may account for the boom started for
T.lthitensnt Omei-uoj- Chsnler of New-
York which appears to have former
Is an ordeal -which nil
women approach with
indescribabla fear for
nothing compares with
the pain and horror o
child-birth. The thotiffht
fiiend-t of Mr. Bryan actively pushing
Out of ar nBide remark ni ole hi
CoM'nior . olinnon of Minnesota to a I
d legation of Nebraska merchants
who went to Invite hnn to their staii
man ifaetured by the same merchant-. I
a story to the effect that Goverenr j
John :on declined the nomination fm
the Presidency and declared himself '
Hf u v-jtuidj KITIB1I IU llirr unjt? Ul lll-i
rt Kn mI.Ml aftvAAf.A .... 1. ..a a. t. 1 . .
name before a national Democratic
ft.lviiHoti. Tlhft tmfli I. l.a .
R.J(1 alvihing or the kin?. He did
that bc was not K 4 No man
Hut hp s nomnate( ttlft Qovor
g a candidate. No man is a candid u.
is a candidate until he is nominated
so the governor had plenty of com
Hut for this same reason ills own tnun
Attack of Diarrhoea Cured by One
Doaa of Chamberlain's Colic Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy.
1 was so weak from an attack et
(liurilioea that I could scarcely attend
to my duties when I took a dose of
Chamberlain's Colic Cholera ud
Diarrhoea Remedy It cured me en-
titely and I had been taking othr
mean-inn tor nine tias wunout Tenet j
1 heartily recommend Wiis remedy as
being tin; lieat to my knowledge fo.-
bowel complaints. R. fj. Stewart of
the Arm of Stewart & Bto. Creenville
Ala. For sale by C. H. llenfro.
If you wajt a good rcrrlEerator buy
tho Alaska. More in use than all oth
er makes. $6 to $50 only at DAY
OIlOS. 117 West Harrit-on -vouue
Cotton Coming In Lively.
Many loads of cotton are on the
nmrkot today and competition la
lively. Hujers ar paying from $3.75
to &I.80 in the seed.
Olsmlth'4 Factory Smokers made in
New Orleans all Havana. Sets.
r-' .... 1 . .(iiig.
"Di duel 'on is the th.irj" -.'.'lareil the
law student. "For It tatieo jomier lu
our yurd Is a pile of a.hex. That Is
evidence that ' have bad Ores this
"And. by the way .Tolm." broke In
his father "you might ko out ami sift
that evidence." Louisville Courier-
Journal. The "Beck of SporFs."
The T.i":k of Sports" . as n priM-U-nation
by .lames I. who in H11.4 uhli-
catiou In liilS signiniMl to bis people
the royal pleasure with reguiU to what
P"'". K'""e ''id aniusenieiits mitfUt
be pnietiied on Buuday. The king intl
mnted tlia "uo lawful reercation slwuld
be barred oil that day to his good peo-
ple." The sports forbidden on Sundays
were beu: and bull fighting howling
aud interludes Those wbo did not at-
tend church were not allowed to join
in the sports aud no one could m out
of bis parish. The aunisefuents allowed
were dancing archery leaping unit-
ing. May games Whiwun ales and the
FntUMe up of May pc'.wi.
The Axial Flotation of Vanus.
For over two tnturies it was gener-
ally accepted that like the eartii the
planet Venus routed ou its axis to a
little loss than twenty-four hours but
since ScbiaparelH after long and care-
ful observation of the planet suggest-
ed that the actual rotation period waa
between six ami ulae toouths astron-
omors have devoted mucjj sttentloa to
tins matter. In the Observutory Mr.
Deiuiijig Minis up the available evi-
dence m the ixtiiit uiid cnu'only i-ou-elude
that tbte pfti-Jeulnr proidem still
defies solinJe. LJe on enus woukl
be very different from life on the earth
should- the planet's arlai rotatiou is
as HchlapareW asMtrted. Identical with
the K-riod of its revolutlou round the
suu as lu that case the same hemi-
sphere would always he turned to the
aim and enjoy perpetual dav whi! the
opposite bemtspbere would lx dooated
to eternal night
4&h- - $
Maurics Kittn in New York World.
IieWitfs Little Early Risers are
nil for nimirse who needs a Dili.
Tli.y ure Mean safe sure little pills
that do nut gripe or sicken. P-ild by
C 1' Ken fro.
r . . .
f Sultans Ragged Soldiers.
Tho sultan's army suggeats a rogu
l&r country circus. Evory Friday ono
may seo a sample of thrro monkey
use smuiera at tne paraue or the SC-
lamllk which takes place on the Kas
ha square at 11 a m. A battalion
marches past In double column and
salutes the governor who goes from
his palace to (he Mosque.
All tbiRi soldiers are poorly
equipped Their uniforms have lost
their color and their trousers are too
abort showing their leg?. whloh ehlue
as it they bad been covered with shoo
polish. Ilewevor It would bi a mis-
take to think that thi: ynr.;x of nigged
rut'Iaus redid nut i.tand a titrht Fanat-
icism will make heroes t them for
thplr contempt y death is absolute.
To Mine Busslan Ccpper.
According to a lvi s I .i ot
tetsbuts to 'lie I.o (hm 'Inn.
difit!'" ll.l"5 heea furnii'' t ll n r
exploit ".1 ion Of the in a ;i .-..
In Riiis an Tin i't t..u T' v;ii' .
LnB ii'ii'iiieil iii;lns n'.cr ;U0) 'mh-
of tertltorv The Ij -.' if t N -i.iiit '
COmpii'e tt.o llne.j i .pi r le'inliK :n:
area in il.- whole of (!' Ilnsnui ei
plre. The tompan ".i.l shoitlv he
formed with u.i inlti. sii.oe tapitu1 or
1500.000 rubeo ($7.o..ioOi.
L08T AND FOUND
Lost between .:u p. ui jesterday
aud noon today a bilious attack with
nausea and sick headache. This loss
was occasioned by finding at all drug
stores a box of Dr. King's New Life
Pills the guaranteed euro for bilious-
ness Malaria and jauhdtre. 25c.
Lizards Prey en "tsft.
Jorry Thompson of Howe township.
Perry county an expmienced flsber
man says that the scarcity of Ash
in the Juniata river in not due so
much to the baskets and nets as' te
the ugly black iUani Tho river
is said to bo full of these rep-
tiles and they live entirely on flak
spawn aud fish. Many 01 these iliard-
nave been caught in nets and killed
aud upon examination have been
found to contain listi front one Inch
to six inches long. Whence Ump
came is a mystery but tae dwnage
tliey are doing according tr Mr.
Thompson and other flsbermati la no
secret- Philadelphia Record.
Tehrksriroktofarfr wttfc "rwsMtlcs"
nesni Mr defsst lor pMOBMiala. Tuuos scold
wMh trwuiw is Mferttea to 1st It n strifes
ehBSKJtooMJn H sAanrsrds. To fesawa. res-
vsnaUstwUleuis stso a 4mpU mM sold bat
tahsn ssrU t " nsw stsv-;.4r nassk. er
hssd oB Uwse rl7oold. That's soteir better
Tfcsfi wbj tnr are aslM rijvnttti'
km. a phrsle. aotauir ttefcauia. Jfts ier tat
ehikbea sad thoraofhlr toe. If yea List
ebiUV.lf joo sscu. tlren sen sll ewe tfctek el
Fnmatioi. I'romptiv mtr slsu ssv hull yew
was! sirluMU. And dou't lorsvt rvu ehtM If
thn-t -fn-orisbtma thtof (ttj. Wnssls (Ob
Mr lias tlsTRStiet' srastaM aWoo. EaM ta
to boxes for ltu iHkt. l tu ho.t M
rrevBUc. biiisi e jeur dnusists &ylti yen
VHbbbbb. sBbbHbeC"' BBsBslnnnh.
Through the blood discuses arc c trrit ' fiotn one reiteration to ano!'cr.
Parents transmit then to their hiMu:t a-;.! it ('. n !o. ' t't- fiu.iy
line for yeata and yens thtkss the t.unt m te-- r.l fumi Uio liiK'(!. !!-
cially is this true of Scrofula for it is a fli-.-.tse that is 'lircil in t'.ie bone"
and unless the Mood ; purified and every ti uo of tho 'n.'ble itmove ! Cue
miserable dise.isc will finally undermine the entiv he.iTh ;w wrrrk fie
life of its victim. The usual symt'inn of Si f'il.i nte c iil.;;' I ' ." r
tumors about the n-vk which 0ft1.11 btr;t ;ri 1 i"--omc ih ..-'i.u '
weak eyes. Cit.urli of th? l-.e.id an ' '.'; oat skin .K;. . etc. '
being ao f.nulv iulrenclied in the Mood (ft u .ilt ic'' t' t ltii t s '
White Swelling or hip iliscase v':.le a wnxv jallid . jK-.i'tii '': .'.
loss f Klrv:ii(tli and energy aa-1 often ltm;j aff-ctt- us show t! .it lii- . .
laentireiv trovtnj: the bright rcl
of the bio.-.:. SVrofula beiuir a co
entire circulation mut Ik- treated with ir
frtrcngthens every part of the svsl -m whi' i
atrtnuth and nourishment it sliou'l Iuve re
is the best of .ill blood purificra and t!io ;r.- t.
the ich.xl tt-mt'ly f r S.'rofuln. S. S S -.-!u
tainti ami po'sou. jives tUrciirjlh rirhnc r 1
Scrofula pcrniniiciitly. It so thorough! r u -
iuai no signs 01 11 arc ever seen n;am
with a clean pure hlool .unrilv w'..
(Vhich c":tnnse it
nt if 111 it :ii tion
met it)) eveiv f
and mclicai advice fu-e. THE SWI7T
PATAL ELECTION QUARREL. -ni I'1k b-mds of the other titter
- i w-ei-o fixed nl :'.ivi v. belli they wire
One Man Killed Oh Wounded FourluniMo to ptic Voce of the pilsomr;.
Ax the result of an ( bet Ion-day r'tf
tftjg Hcrape nt Pino Itrvtin county in
which Wade N'choln receive Injuries
thjat caused his death and John An-
derson m so severely cut that he
may not live liuck a-id UjvI Woods
Sam Adams and Reuben Deal are un-
der m-hsi at lu-rant charged with
H"ek Woods wan bW Without ball
If we may have your order NOW to include in our next
c.tr lot ahiptneut from Cincinnati we will deliver you this
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rangement Outside ditnenionn IJ.'l inches httfh lift im-lien
wide. L'4 inches deep; inaide dimensions height 18 inches
width 14 inches deep 12 inches. Weight 800 pound.
Freight aid to any U. It. station in Kansas or UUI.i
$i& cash with order.
48 J518 cash with order 7 50 monthly for 4 months.
$50 $10 cash with order 5.00 monthly lor h mo-uh.-.
AH sixes carried in stock hend for catalog.
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New Style of Letter Head. Send to the Leader Ofiirc
for Styles Samples Prices Etc.
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any jtaternent In regard tn
Oittng fo paint r.ain is over. Slim-
mer is here. Tho Lincoln dalnts
stand the testa. Arkansas Lumber
Carrier Messenger Service.
mi..! inn iniiii.iij.
send away for your
JOB PRINTING? J
Why use Rubber Stamps
velopes Cards Etc. . . .
Y.u-iit t 'lib Salad Dt"sitijf
Uiirlfi-es Malad Dressing
Now Shelled Nuts
Oi-'dU- Pearl Harloy
Sim.w Fiike Cod Fish
Nrv York Cream ('hoes?
iitii!. ' il bwifis 'lifc
-- ' i -dam On'"-;
New Hf.-itwht'at I'Uuir
New i'.tncakc Hlovir
i'uro Maple Syrup
tr.. ..... -.r.va 1 fi.-..
fo an uvitwa iwi vu.i'.i '.v.
Sanbortis Tt .ia utfd Coffees.
J. H. RUCK!
Plume? 192 'and 37-1
Kansas City U. S. A.
Arronji' th-. Iuter-fltnte Tfiir and
l'"xposlnoii to hi? held at Kansas Cliv
the Santa Vc offers a rate ot faro
and one-third for the round trip.
Tickets on side Sept. Cist to Oct. T.th
inclusive I'inal return.linrtt Tet 7th.
Priests of PulUice. parade will tnko
place Octfiber 1st on which date we
will have a st oclnl train leaving Kau
sa t'ity at 11:30 .. m. for accommo-
dation of Houttlern Kansas and Okla-
M. N. COCHRRLr
Union Statlou Guthie'
PUT UP IN
ARE THfi BE
FOR THK MONEY
We are the sole agent
Tin- Le-t v:.!o $200 bhoct in Guth-
rie at Rob'nsoii's.
(Joint- n'ove? Hsvo M Woin-
herj?: ni'i. thos-e goods All kinds
of di.ii in- 1 nu iiuieXiy it'') reason-
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