The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 107, Ed. 1, Tuesday, March 17, 1908 Page: 4 of 8
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THE LEADER aUOTHUfiD OKLA.
TUESDAY. MARCH IT 1008.
"-i .""n i mum ill mi jWh -tnh iwa . - w .-
HE DAILY LEADER
l'ii()llslied every nftornoon (rnm Tho Loader building 107-10!) WpbI Harrl-
eon avoiiuo Arid eritored at tho Chitliriu 1'oatoflW ns Second Class Matter.
Member of associated press.
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Six moilhs f .50
One year 100
Official Bute Paper.
' Official Paper of ConHittittoftnl Convention.
Official Paper of the fttat Corporation Commission.
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graph report of that great news organization tot exclusive afternoon publi-
cation In Guthrie atid thirty miles radius.
Waalilntjton News Bureau 1334 D. Street 0 E.
Eastern Agency W. D. Ward D3 Tribune BlUfj-i New York.
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.
In the ovonf of delivery being imperfect or papers being rolled twisted or
mutilated subscribers nre urged to ltitiko Immediate complaint to the busi-
ness ofllco lu person by telephone or by mail.
WILSON GAVE BOND.
The announcement that Clarence R.
TJlson lmd 1iem admitted to freedom
on a ?G)00 bond la -enough to mnko
tho blood of a man rrin rod with the
flame of uncqutrollaolo mndnea!
Ono Wnrm August evetilng in 1907
Wilfefiii nccompanled by Frank Mo-
Glothlln. both deputy United Stntes
marshals nerving under Leo Donuott
baited Kov. Sylvester Morris a Meth-
Odiflt minister as he was driving Into
tho city of Tulsa.
The aged minister was sompwhat
deaf and wlion the command to halt
was e've". spelng tho two mem stand-
ing on each side hoavily nrniol ho
made a doah for llborty naturally mi v
posing he was being hold up by two
Tho two nllegod men wont on Into
Tulsa niid reimrted their murder as
an attempt to arrest a bootlegger.
in uplto of the attempt to release
the men and tho powerful Intoress
behind thorn there could ho found In
no court of this stato a Judgo who
would listen to the application for a
bond. In fact tho prisoners wero con-
veyed to Muskogee because there was
n well defined movement on foot to
hasten tho slavors. Into tho other
' Judge ampbell. recently nppolntcd
a Judge of the federal court last Fri-
day granted Wilson bond which was
given the amount belns $5000
0 Tho news report cent oit wbb care-
w fully doctored. Tio sender stated "tho
minister was furiously udrlvlug up ono
of tho main streotB of Tulsa" when
tho act was committed.
Tho driving up tho street at a fu-
rious rnto of spoed waa alter tho
horsea were being gutdbd by the life-
less hand of their owner. The spoed
was commenced by tho frightened ani-
mals When their muter wos belns
o shot to piece by tho offlctr sworn to
obw tho law
It would bo improper tor a now-
paper to staid wlloltivr or not the ac-
cused man should be nllowed bal1. It
Ib also with the Judgo to determine
whothor or not a man Is entitled to
ball under tho law. But there l a
right to stato that a man charged wtt'i
r the murder of and who confo lu
alaylnc an aged njtd well known nun
Inter should not send out mlaleauiuK
EtathoutB concerning the tragedj
lffhe two doputiea woro as the-. i(
loglfc out after booUegrjero tliey m
bo under the law" not guilty oi
crime. That they should bo t rt
cloned because tioy shot the first man
whom they tried to halt. Is not al
mlsaable of contravumion. And. ac-
cording to their own storios of the
tragedy they did not tell tho minister
their mission. Armed as -only th
lnnmliuh: of that Miction went nrmnd
in the day of rfl.riotlHicglsm thi-y
stood by the roadside and lu true high-
wayman fashion linlted a traveler.
Is It strumse the man thought h
was being made the victim of robbers?
1 it strange Ills horses should da i
down tho street after thoir driver wis
shot (load by the relentless "law an
But Is it not strange that six or
eight tntoitlm later when lekflte I
from Jail aftor mouths and repeated
effort in other dtiectlomi. the friends
should Hwiid out a statement to the
effect that the man was driving fur'
ously down th main street of Tulsa
wbpn be was hhot?
And again. Is tt not a trifle strange
a man should he killed by an officer
who had no warrant for his arrest
and no proof the clilmen bad ever evn
contemplRtwl violation of law?
Again wlttLt right had the two of
fleer to shoot a man whom they
merely suspm-ttd of having wuisk
on his parson''
These queatlont. are perlinant: for
one who commits a crime In the nam)
' of the law lu h.e greatest criminal of
And while thftre ia no crime charged
by The Leader against til men. It
4oe protest agulnst lying to Die woilJ
about tho actions of the poor old man
who was shot to bis death within a
mile or two of the home he worked
bo bard to poftfiesf and within sight
of one among tb most beautiful and
jH'ogrtwalve little cities of thv great
IWfflAm-rdaMIng tljjttt- protwU. if Thfc
Leader bo riot gravely In error. It is
Put the protest for common deency
and a protest against all such official-
dom as permits men to present the
appearance of bandits while lookinu
for minor offenders.
The Kauaaff'fity bank which has
beuii tveorganiifid and is to bo headed
b Comptroller HWgwlsy should re-
mmk$r timt jaslnpjrflller loliols
"wsttt (o Chjeage to wako a bank
rteki sad died a suicide because of
75 AND 69.
MAItril 1'. 1908.
The powor of public opinion 1b the
greatest en this onrtli. It Is to great
that tiMcadont and maxims fnll beforo
It as tho blades of grass fall beforo
the scytlie. It stops at nothing and is
baffled only by the -. cater power of
Mississippi bns long been known ns
the conservative stato of tho South.
It has furnished to tho Republic n
set of Btatomen of whom all counsel-
led moderation In all things.
Although tho world has boon led t
believe that Vnrdainan was an ultrdi
reformer and agitator. It Is a fact
that he was olected over tho combined
opposition of tho big morchant and
manufacturer with tho old family
strength by the groat railroad Intor-
BstB. kuowlng ho wis a stickler for
protection of property if It but paid a
fair ta.x for that prlvllogo of protec-
tion. Thoreforo when It xn nscertatnod
tint thin session of the Mississippi
legislature would not puss a passenger
rato law making tho maximum Ichh
than three cents per mllo no ono who
had studied the gnmo in MlBslsslppl
was much surprised.
Hut the voters of tho Biato com-
Imencud a protest antf now up and
down tiro stato rrom Holly Springs
to Ulloxi; from Greenville to Spots-
burg comes tho refrain sung nllko
lu tho cotton field nml lu tho factory
"Reduce tlio paBongcr rate."
And coming closo upon tho heela
of thut demand 1b tho message Baying
the loglslnturo of tho state of Missis-
sippi has ubout agreed 0n a hill mak-
ing tho faro not more than fwo-and-half
centB er mile.
And right hohlud this flrt an-
nouncement comes (Uicthur that tho
lt.glhlotorB have egreod on a bill of
that kind and will have It lutroducod
and hurried through all others to ba
.rowdod out of tho way.
Would a better illustration of mo
powor of puhllo opinion bo possible
Mogquiltoog havo mado thoir appear-
ance In Missouri showing that Spring
has not bon delayed on the rpad-
Thero nro ut least llvo achoobJ of
medicine in this groat state and there
aie Just that many kinds of physicians
.rUo think the other four kinds uru
not much on curing the ills of man-
tuod 'olwnol 'Henry Watteraon jinvlng
ipt-n -overoly criticized by a Now
p ork "Ity newspaper mado unswur
uy .in mriiig inai ir wnen no ib oo-
nfrtth tho sod tho blographora can
tr 1 -aytJift ho was the moat sovnre
Kote'ut'agtvlnst tho Immorality and
vulgarity of tho New York social Sot
of t)io CoaUhler clnJa ho will nhecr"
fully abide n elthor hull or hoavou
satisfied he litis uecompllhhed enough
In worldly Ilfo. without bother ns to
duties lu his nftorwhlle.
IBvery no and then you hoar about
the reuuhlloaus In cangrem bolng
ready to cut the Southern oongros-
sU.nal delegation down because of
iiF-gToes bolng lirohlblted from voting
In many Southern slates That the
talk ts nonsense no one deulos; bat
it woull disrupt thf ropuhllcnn party
for all lime to como Tho force bill
made Cleveland president thank to
the great political foresight of tho
lamtntcd Artlur Pue Uorman and the
dnring of Dan Lamcuit And wlti the
negro question txit of polltl.a for all
time we would lose to tho repullcans
the states cf Teunosae. Alabama anu
North Carolina and gain the empire
states of Illinois ImIIna and Massa-
chusetts. AH or tlmse states wuuld
be democratic wero It not for tho
negro disfranchisement clauses In tho
South. And thut New York natural-
ly over an hundred thousand demo-
cratic would gain with the knowledge
sit was to ba Joined by othnr of llie
great pooulou roup of commonwealths
Is dented by nor.e
S AND JETSOM if
An old Btudeiit of human nuturo
says Uiat the man who carries a knife
ts more dangerous t'.uin thjman who
carries pistol lu're U SBld'to be
more of the wolf In tbo man who
carries a knife.
Wlien people get to sit up with a
corpse they spend tho first balf hour
... um.M ..... uu
niHir the rest of tho night tbo) spend
In talhiug of worldly uubJoatB of ov-
lu oldttu times thef wan on day
Jn lcnt called "Mothering day" On
that day ah sorts of Qelabratcns wero
given In honor ot tae M?V of ?
family. It was a pretty custom and
It Is a pity It has been abolished.
Broken lioortB and deaths from dis-
nppolntmohts are no longer in stylo
If a girl i disappointed she does not
sit in a dark room and 'piho or wrlto
potiy or sing bal'ads with weeping
willows in thorn; sue goes (o work
hml .fprele her troubles.
Utrls nowndnvs seom to think that-
a husband Ib more or less of a nuis-
ance and something that they Intend
to dispense with. Tho young men
Btelti to think that U'lrlffl-ilH ah unnec-
essary trouble and expense. What In
tho world Is tho world" coming to any-
way? How wIbo married womon look
when thoy hear young girls tnlk-ubonl
bow thoy will manage their husbands.
You will find tho same kind of a look
on tho fat'0 ot a scarred old Tntoran
when he boat a boy at a military
dcliool boasting of tlio battles ho In
tends to win.
Practical Jbkois twenty years ago
used to give a rocking chnlr or crndlp
to thoir young friends for wedding
presouta Tho gift wns taken In good
part and used before tho year was
out. Thero would he a great howl In
society It such a Jolto were porpe-
tratd In Ihoso days.
This. j$o fnr as wo know is tho onlv
occasion or hilling a rooster: When
ho crows In the front yard. It moniiB
thero is company -on)Ing. Every
rooster who crows !n a front yard
should ho hilled but don't kill him
bi'cuuso ho Ib a male. That Ib where
tho Injustice comes In.
Beware of Ointments For Catarrh
That Contain Mercury
as mercury will mirely destroy tho
Bongo of Binoll and completely dornngo
tho wholo aystom when untcrlug It
through tlio mucous surfaces. Such
artlclou should never bo used except
on prescriptions from repulublo phy-
sicians as tho damago thoy will do
Ja ten fold to tho good you can pos-
sibly derive from them. Hall's Cn-
tairh Cure manufactured by F. J.
Cheney & Co Tolodo O. contnlns no
mercury and Ib taken Internally act-
ing directly upon tho blood and mu-
coua BiirfaceB or tho ayBtom. In buy-
ing Hall's Catarrh Curo bo Biiro you
get tho genuine. 11 Is taken Internally
and made in Toledo Ohio by F. J.
Cheney & Co. Testimonials free.
Sold by Druggists. Prico 75c. per
Tako Hall's Family Pills for con-
WISE AND ?
& OTHERWISE 8
A few woolo ago two learned nchol-
ors devoted an evening to nrguilng In
Orchestra hall In Chicago as to whoth-
er Christ In an historical porsonago or
a mytll. They aired their knowledge
but did not ettie tbo point of dis-
puto. Considering how induatrlova Kan-
Bai. politicians aio In the matter of
making Jobs for their friends and
tl.emsolveB it Is a wonder thut the
stato hasn't a bureau of forestry to
look after tho treeless tlmbor dnlms
In tho western purt of the state.
Thore Is a funny situation in Idaho.
A number of men woro guilty of n
noted murdor. One of them was in-
duced to turn stata's evidence on a
promlto of lonloncy. ills aBeociatoe
stood trial and woro naqultted. Now
what Is to hocamo of Harry Orchard
who plead guilty?
Po many mon aro soaking fioo ad-
vortrslng that nearly all tho wuys ot
curltig It have been taken but ltov.
Q60. A. Cooko of Bogtoh. jiaa some-
thing entirely now: Ho has demand-
ed that Chancellor Dny bo turned out
or tho church beaaaso he doo not
An Intelligent travelling man
sujw the wostern peoplo nro Ill-natured
and disturbed. Whorovor ho
goes he seos and hoars evidence or
dH'coutent. Tho peoplo hao Oeeu
rollotvlng tho load or tho polltlclau.s.
and hoping for needed reforms hut
all they hav actually secured Is a
chango from good times to hard times.
As a rosiift; flip pooplo are angry at
the polltHbluliB:1 'rUid at tho coming
election ATI' sdt8rbf unusual things
are liable to happen. Tha travejlng
man quoted does not believe tbo next
governor ot Kansas will bo a ropub
llcan; ho does not Mleve the next
president wljl be a republican. Ho
says tho poople are so Ill-natured that
they are pretty apt to. break away
from old Hues.
Constipation causes headache nau-
sea dlueineei languor heart palpita-
tion. Pi-nulls physics gripu alckon
weaken tho bowels and don't aura
Doan'a Rogulots not gontly and cure
ooastlpatlon. 26 cents. Ask your
Dcwi tie KisJ rM ll3W HW t
CALL FOR DEMO-
Democratic primaries' for the clty 0f
Quthrlu aro hereby called for "wQdnea-
nay. fljarcu its idus itweon HhOMurfl
u mm u u viuuti i iii. jnr uia juin
poso of 'nominating five dqniobratlo
cundldatoa for tho city council and
five liiomberB or tho school board.
Wunl ound hiatus uro requestod to
nl tlinli nnmna wltli tlin aaArat..v Af
the city central committee. F. J. Laux.
al Ixgan CfM)Uly banl Qt aler Umn
Saturday. March H 1908.
I (. NIULACK.
Chairman City Central Com.
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
PAZO OINTMMNT la guaranteed
to euro any case of Itching Wind
BJedlcg of protruding. Piles In 6 to
day8or money rsfundW. Sqe.
1'was tho day of the hodge-gchool;
Mullnrjiy was then
lAt (ho slilo ot the ditch tho moat
ureuuod or men. ( . .
Sltro tlftulllgjjl of .tho .WtpVxqr
speed of me nnro..; r.
To wateffi for a moment there's lio bi
would dare. l
A a' wlion circles and squnroa on thb
dirt he would trace
"PWaa atuulu' the larnln' that shovVtd
ip his fnco
Whilo tho thoughts that revolved In
his towsy ouht head
Woro deoji and tromondous hlmsalf
Religion of. coarse was n thamo hb
Not your now-fanglfld notions hdt
steff that was truo.
Wld that ho tndght love for tho sacred
Thus holpln' his Hind an' so plasln'
Now tho .seventeenth cf March reck-
oned -then by old stylo
The Jewels of days In tho duillng ould
Was approachln' an' so the good mas-
ther onc nioro
C3ao n tnsto to the byes av his lag-
onda an' lore.
Patrick Jbanlshed thp snakes and tho
slnnorfl. you know.
To a plofb whore I hoie thoro will
nono ot us go
That's tho lagond accepted but I haVi
A talo that bntos that out u' mind
At Tnra he pi'enched to the king and
His Docalougres Cntalosuos. Psalms
Once the king says to Patrick
Druids all say
That yofire settln the nllnda of me
How can quo bo In thero and bo Ono
all tbo time?
Com6 laddy-bnck. atmwer in proso or
"That's alby" hays Patrick "this dear
(Praiso GJad! tMll 'bo famous tl(o
Haa a stalk all lu ouo but dlvldoB In-
Yet tho shamrock Is ono. three In ono
don't you Boe?"
"Uedadl" says tho king "that bangs
Banaghor sure. -
Now byes (to the Druids)' yo nqw
hajve tbo flaro" .
But tho sorra a word could those.
from then his respect
Now PatrIokt mo byos
..scarcely b tould.
Was funnv rih trloky though holy an'
Eg now of tbo Druids he'd get tlio
Bethough him of blessings he'd show-
or on tho land -
'fii tho king then says bo.
fnvora you've shown
I'll put o'er a back und now legs to
uul iiiuuiir nre i38io uiBrespuci uui
Tho preachers don't speak such plnln
Irish a3 wo).
In youth a spalpoon taught me hordin
Your majosty's pardon the fault wns
Lot me hero lntroduco tho boneen an
I'll go ball
Over the ovllg of Erin tho pig will pro-
Now tho Druids held sarpints ns a
orod. you nOe;
In Kugland thoy larnod thnt hotano
yon an' mo.
Thoy would cajtup In lino xomutlnies
nearly if mllo
Tho sodi all an onb as a aarpint's pro.
g SHORT CUTS !?
TO THE NEWS
.- . - - - - r
Three new residences nro being
erected In tho Bandies' addition lit
West Capital Heights
U N Roadies has purchased a hand-
some new Hurroy
Charles Morrison Is erecting a mod-
onf five room voltage at tho corner ot
Cleveland aveuue and KlBhteoutli
street lu Capital Heights addition.
Two new rosidoncos linvo bfien ro-
centl erected on West Logan nvunuo.
The resldonoo of llonry Thompspn.
on Eost Noblo Yvonne ts uonrlng com-
pletion. Three now pualdpnoes aro being erect-
ed on Rust Nobjo nvonuo on ta
street cr IooJL'
Tho city coilliolt meote In rogdlur
session Thursday 'ovenlng. The con-
tnict ror disttlct Htorm water sowars
will be let nt till meeting.
Two now hotfsPH aro being erected
tn tho HuvlgJiorBt' addition.
'''Nntu-raMjaiPWlll dVrlVli'tl (5uthrlo
nliwlulter 'part top may Ikroordlttg (loJ
ainuager uiiiuiiiB or mo local plant.
The mains are .laid within twelve
mlljs or thlR oiti. Tho gas tor whlcv
tin conBiimur 'now pays $1 20 enn
then be ban nt 6 cents.
Hast Warner avonuo lietwoen Cap.ial
boulevard and Poplar streets has
been filial In and tbo street widened
I wont y foot whloh helps tbo looks of
thut part of tho city materially.
A specml iqeqllng of Robert B.
Houston Camp Jo. 1 Spanish war
VotaraiiH -will li halJ thin HVBnintr In
tb police court room at the city hVil
OF S&. FA&IUCK.
When this had been done sorra ono
Though tho land wero his own and IiIb
It was snored and then for the snko
of his lowl ' J
Ho must part wld it bnfrln' a algit or
Tlion tho -Bunkos roproaeiitod woro
An' hit at their Will all the.collcons
Woll tho pigs wont to rcsohn. bednda
It was fun
To wutch th0 ould HruldB whon their
Wld faces of fury and hearts fiill of
Thoy wohI curse tho dear pigs I'm
ashamed to rolato.
They invoked all tho planets and far
as thoy know
Tho fixed stars and comots. the sun
and rnooi) too.
Next the wraiths that Inhabit tho
winds and tho Hoods.
Then thoy flancod holy jigs in the
Bonntlost of duds.
But tho plgf took no notice but ato all
And tho DruldB saw Fato was now
nard uy tiie door.
Then thoy isijyfdwtft rthe gianffl that
Whon toll foot ofjfiulno was tho height
or the style!''
Thoro was one who from Monn oft
wadod to Wales
And one who in eoughlu produced tho
Anothor In sport tried to bridge the
Tho causeway In Ulster boars witness
Then tho olio who at Poworscourt
drank in? tho fall. Tf'i
An' tho ono who complalnod "Dovll's
IJowl" wns too small '
Tho priests cursed tho pigs loud and
long but no mutter .
On tho snakes nud th. Ir eggs they
grew fatter and fatter.
Oh those woro grOat tltno whon tho
What Bhlr thoy wero of and what side
thoy woro not.
The thoasand would rollow all Jeeriu
The Druids who could them no longer
whon livers they'd reach -as the Bnnn
or tho Boyne
Baptized they the ranka of bejlevers
ould Join. ' .
It watt Patrick alanna mo tnrn at ye
Wld guyin' as Ocspel the .land wns
Such dippln' an' plunglnt .baptlisln'
Such prayln an' proachln' such prim-
pin an' drsBin'J
It was good for their souls and their
bodlos by token
Tho record for bathing his fcaiutglilp
And thousands who'd nevor boon lath-
red or rubbed
Had their skins an' .their sowls now
most tthorotglily scrubbed.
For the :aliit told thorn plainly for
o or they wero shriven
inai noiuing oncinnely was
So the Pigs ate tho snnkos and rooted
Fiom the round hill of Hqwth down
From tho Gap of Dunloo to tho Glon o"
And Slleb-nu-mon grandly Klllarnoy's
Thoro was rootln'' an' preacliln an
laughtor an prayer
No wondor for Sntnn to Idavo must
For barrlu the Saxon and Whisky I'll
Saint Patrick has rid us of ovilto-dny.
'So now you all know how thtHnukes
met their doom
And tho class will its ntndias In Gaelic
BuatnoaB ot Importance is to bo tran-
sacted. Momoilal aorvlcos will bo held by
I the Logan county' association Thurs-
i.... . ..
uu' uruiuuH in njo iiisirici. court room
In honor of tho hue Cal.t. Silas B.-
Soely who nvn'j! mouibor of the bur
Tho Rager-Hlrzel bulldlnj
Harrison and First stroetS
Ing a coat or paint.
"Had dyspopsia Or Indigoatlon for
years. No appotlto and what I did
eat distressed- mo torrloly. Burdock
Blood Blttors ourec ium.--J. H. Walk-
er Snnbury. Ohio.
Primal les will ho held in tho sev-
oral wards or tho city tomorrow at
tlis usual vo$lng places fiom o'clock
to C o'oloqk p. m. for tho purposo or
nominating candidates tor city conn-
oil mid BoliQol board.
The Elks Beauty Chorus Lemon Plov-
ers Brooks Opera House March 17
Miss l.usy Haskoll.
Miss Blanch j Bennett.
Miss Maud Williams. '
Mlsa Buolah CovalL
Miss Graco Houshtou.
Miss Kdua Ayers.
MJhs Lillian Montaldo.
Mbm ICatherlno Schnell.
t .MlnrC.nic Barber- m -
MIbs Mary Jane Bamford.
Miss Lena Hunter.
Miss Desso MatchetL
Miss Letha Penteoost.
Miss Lulu Croxton."
Mlsa Floienco Adlor
Miss Gladys CovalL
Mis Delia Adler.
Mrs. FranU liux.
Mrs. Otto Zlmuidrman.
Don't mlsa the big show of the Eea
son. Buy your tickets now and have
tho seats i evened.
Plask Ughfs at Oi-
TO PAY TRIBUTE.
ne i ! mi t
Memorial Services of LCflan County
Par In Memory Of Silas E. aet-
ly Deceased. "
'The Hor AiurocluHon of I.oinn
county will hold memorial wivlcoj in
tho district c-rtirt room. In Quthrle
corner or Harrison nvMiue and Divis-
ion street pn Thursday evmlng
Mniob 19J.lv jit eight (.'clock In mem-
ory tr the ltqe Sllais IB. See'y.
J Tf4o sefV'lCBs will be public and the
family niid relatives or saW decedent.
and nil of his ffloiidB and romradns
are especially Invited to attend
WALTI3R T. WAiRUKN.
1 i '
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The Kind You Have Always Bought
Boar3 tho sfi
Signature of Cfut
They nt'e as iiitl ns xiny.
There ' no cold like a Jvfu'rdh coltj for "aggravation
Our Red Spruce anU White Pine ts a jjjiTarJinleotl cough
cure jttaranLt oil to cure tht; eotglj or you can have your
It helps all kinds of coughs in all kinds of weather.
Tt'8 (food to take No fiielrt&lj taste no after effects
Simple and efficient best describes it.
JL $ JLi
O'M. Woliamoi MoLivaLger
11MUVW&W llWBiAW VVIa3aV
Prompt Attention Given to AS!
i Calls for Dray age.
k Spacious Rooms For Storage I
$ " " I
4 Receivers and Distributors
iElya3a.E SO 610 W. OKLAHOMA f?
School Books and School Supplies
Drugs and Druggist Sundries. Paints
and Paint Brushes
Loyneys Fine Candy and Cigars.
All at the Lowest Price that can be
made on First Class Gocds.
tDr-a Store e
9! - IE
200 W. Oklahoma Avenue.
PistolsJGuns and Aininunitfon
Fishing Tackle and Sportsmen's Goods
Cigars Pipes Tobacco and Smokers' Artiel e s
CALL PHONE IDS'
Our Gunsmith Is a
way $ ready for
Get Ready for your visitors in -augural
day. Phone us we will
clean your curtains and carpets.
GUTHRIE LAONDRY COMPANY
Noticb' to Candldatesi-
All democratic candidates for coun-
cil and Reboot board will plem-p 'lid
lu their names to K O. Nlblnrk. so
"Timo can he . 1.uled the prlmnrv
liMjt Must be lu not latei tlnn 9
u t lor u March 18th
K n. Nl BLACK
Chairman CUy oinniltJ.e
HUGHES TO FIGHT FOJl.lOVA.
Frlemts of Secretary Taft Are Nbt at
ATI Worried However.
Special tc D.ill Lender.
lies MOIues March 17. A leiter
from teh Ungues Campaign lague of
New York clt Was lecelved by' tho
Savoy hotel management yesterday
njid a telegram' in dJ?uocted today
nlnking definite reservatlnn of uprtrt
n(ontB durlui;vlhe stato convention
this week which will bo utilized by
representatives ot Oo.ornor HiTBhes
in nn erfort to prevjnt instructions foj1
Friends of SocVtarv Taft are cdnfl
dent that tho coufrtnloii will adopr
strong Instntctlons ior their flndl-
dato believing Mmt without regad 1 1
ractlonal lines a proposition to lt-
strnct would llav a large mnjoritv
Sfc a bottle.
Umith Armr Co
115 S.DIv. St.
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The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 107, Ed. 1, Tuesday, March 17, 1908, newspaper, March 17, 1908; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc76998/m1/4/: accessed February 27, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.