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THE LEADER. GUTHRIE, OKLArmDNlJ:SDAYiI)Ti:OmtflJgR30t-U60 T I !' '
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BY &.Enl IC Q.
iftibllBhfd every afternoon from Tho Leader buliil&, 10710! West Hsrrlsoa
avenue, aud ontcred at the Guthrlo J'cratofflco ta Oocond! Cl&s MatUr.
M.tprf ! Ill ' ' I I
MEMBER OP ASSOCIATED PHEfifi.
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fVnr tti .?' Iit farrier 't. '....' ..:'. f..f. ...!. ..... .. -,.,. ! ,,nt iw -
TVi tfnrtftfo. htf Cirrlpl1 .'. . .. 4 t ... .i. 4t ( .i f. hti
Y3n .af,t. 1i h.rrlnf In II ll VflnfA - . . . . ..
Pit year by faiall, In advance
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Official State Paper. ,
Official Paper of' Constitutional Convention. ,,,
Official Paper of the State Corporation Cn'nmlsalon.
Tho Leader Is a tncnibe.- of tho Associated Tress nml receives liic hr
telegraph report of that great newn oreaniratlon for exclusive atlcrnobtl
publlcatK In Guthrlo and thirty miles radius.
Eastern Agency Tribune Building. New York.
Washington Newi Bureau 1334 U. Street, 8. E.
Counting Hoom 109 W. Harrison, Phoro 76; Editorial Rooms 107 W.
Harrison, Phono 69.
NOTICE TO UB3CRIBEn3.
In tho event of delivery being imperfect, or paper being rolled, twisted
or mutilated, subscribers aro urged to mako Immediate complaint to tho
business offico in person, by telephone, or by mail.
Tho earthquake ' which hnB over
w: clmcd Italian cities mnrks tho
world's Greatest disaster. Lisbon, San
Francisco, HercUlaneum, Pompeii or
others aro no longer tho geographical
locatirns of t"io disasters which stag
ger mankind. In llfo and proporty the
disaster of Monday was so terrible
mind can not concetto how bad It
real'y Is. Cities of frem 40,000 to 150,
000 devastated and tap Jntcrvenmg vil
lages between the larger points have.
In many JrtBtancea. no survhbr left to
tell the awful story. It will require
several hundred mUllcns to care for
the afflicted and the danger of pestil
ence is great. In many of the cities
and towns fire followed tho groat
earth shock, and loft nothing in tho
li way of hope or property or tno umor-
tur.tto citizens. Fire swopt uciina me
lemon quake, hunting the helpless peo
ple pinioned dwn by the buildings
which were rent In twain. No chaucc
was offered the dwellers in tho sunny
ponlnsula of Europe but was accepted,
becauso these people have been renred
In the shadow of earthquako disasters
for many centuries. Tiho twisting of
Ihe earth's -uVface whic!' mado those
who had attained tho open simply spin
around and -wound In tho street oi
yard caused the mro timid to give up
tho struggle. -Harbors were destroyed
and tho Messina strait has changed so
that mariners know not what Is the
channel, and, according to British re
ports, tho Bca-golng channel dlsap
Nono of tho other nations has ur
ferud llko Italy from earthquake
shocks, although great damages have
been inflicted en evon our country. ,
Italy lies stricken and hor grcaij
ruler, one who has braved the vlclssl-,
tudes which accompany a crowned
head, is bravely trying to relievo the
distress. Already the shlj'B of nil na
tions are thoro, seeking to nld; the
pope has sent $300,000 to aid. but food
nniht bo sent, lost mitro porish aftor
than during the disaster. ,, ,
Thi world will caro for those loft,
but the fleeting nr meat betweon hap
piness and hopo Into doath for a tenth
million Is a disaster God alone can
Mr. John D. Itrckofcller. who has
given "nuipwhere- betweon sixty and
$100.U'M ixto of dollars to Chicago unl
versity lalms ihe expenditure of
nione to keep up tho Ismatod schools
where the transportation facilities arp
iwor anil tT netesslty will romaln bo,
where the student will lravo llttio ail
vantage bver tho ordinary academy
etc. Is bad policy, will find some
Tho great schoolB of tho United
Btntes are fairly evenly divided as bo
Iween the rural districts and tho cities,
providing, however, that wo attach
Harvard, Yala and Loland Stanford tr
tho cities not an h.ur's ride distant
That might also bo applied to ono oi
two more ruial" universities or oollcgos
Bnt-ho Buall cQllogu pr fnIvorsltj
has been the only means of seeurlnr
an education In moro than eighty pei
rent or tic cusus. Tho largo city Is ox
pensive f r tho student with poor par
c-niH or ono who is making his owr
a ',Tlj(u;efofbsbo Mh to. practice
oinopi)vninch.,eas((r In the ylKagc
ihan when tlio opportunities for pleas
ur' and slghtseoing whlcJi abound li
thr rttles, nro tumptlngly nt hand.
It is unllkel tJSe boUar class ol
(schools in small el I lew will ever be ab
snrtiol by tho city plnctis .f learning
and it Ib very doulnful If thoy ovoi
lose moro than tlu havo In the lasi
ten or fifteen joars.
After forty years cf nonsenso and ro
IK-atod efforts to docoho thoniwdvef
about the race question, tho Kanaaw
i"CHb begins to roallze there ts more
than politics and more than one cause
for ptviple to aid the black man to earn
a lhing bororo allowing him t tun the
m tho Hlr.dB of the Kansas capita
city brought forth a storm of protost
ftom the Topoka Jiowapatiqrs. Kflnwf
i $ the iibiial rnio In tiiolo placcW
where the negn Is allowed for politics
jily, ono vicious nogp can commit oi
stteuip' tjo vinijQilt a jcrlniq nnl thr
P3pulit) ilo5iU to exl'-rnijnate- ilii
r ce. Not ono black man out of 10.000
hi Causas 'Hid vlnlato tho siuallest
itw 1ut ho, lwrd-VfSln, hi.jt
y. ckB uvit roifolt much li Uu wy
n..K ilnnn n f?rnnt wryini n iha
sle lnd thi pjoplif AtoiSUb trill ib
u romuilttlng tho rrlmo mid Uu-uldd-Iqg
uoproBs vuld bo given t5 tjine
treatni'ut as tsforo. Dostioyl.ig jii
Mr tit irl.il Is wrons tbtt 1 aoi
enimi, but the wrath of "ho populacf
wouli fall ip the fiffonder. not tho en
tire rat . Th paliUcimiB tit i(ajas
Invited the vlclcus nJMsro n mak") vhsl
ills homo; ho ace ipto- .nl l.t acoopt
lag rocdQ lio.isnt uegrppj Buffer Indig
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ENID SCHOOL BOARD.
The Enid city school board declare
ihn tn.irfirH shall not attend dances.
Tho board's president objected to the1
crder and accompanied two teaencra
to a dance; being asked to resign uc
,..!. of Ma nlidncltv. Nfl OVt pro'
irm.iu in believe that dancca aro In
jurious to tho public morals unless they
aro arranged to pay a profit and whoso
will pay can enter, in sucn cases u
-quires a careful club president t?
ufold disreputable people attending,
but the samo could be applied to an
oyster supper prepared by tho er.v
host churdn woriters oi any vuiiu
ity. It would to better, perhaps if the
Enid teachers would refrain rom at
tending dnnces. Not that It harms
them or incapacitates them for duty,
but becauso tho people holding t-- the
fossil-starred notion a dance Is sinful
can not long romaln In power In Enid
or ny other place; therefore in one
winter the opposition to enj:ymont
will bo freo of power.
When opportunity to nllow disciples
of crankydom to pass from vlow with
out extending notlco is embraced, It in
better for a community seening uu
vnncemont. Everybody undorstanda
:ni08t all favor allowing people to
sloop out of jail whllo employed bb In
structors In tho public schools, hut
when a flock of "usetowazzes" get In
powor It 1b well Tcr them to malio ono
first class exhibit and then hlo thorn
selves away for ten or flftosn years
ccmplcto retirement from participation
In municipal affairs.
Tho Enid school toachors of tho
fomlnlno gendor aro known for ability,
hnmiiv nml votitli. and they can afford
to let their dancing go tne winter. If. In,
return, ilioj' nrc tho canBb - f flocking
a bevy who oppose progress and want
to make life ono continued funeral
procession 'into retirement.
Tho samo agitation was being mado
inci .Mnn in nnotiicr city and It gal
loped off undorthe deadly and unonltig
rirn of ridicule, leaving iu i
mournotl, savo that It might have
passetl sooner and with less nolso.
In the Enid case, however, tho city
Is so large it champs tho bit at being
Fix tho pump.
Drlvo out tho magon.
Hurry filtration plant.
Got ready to wrlto 1909.
Ixmloa newspapers dcclaro Ameri
cans spend moro money for luxuries
than all tho rest of liumnnklnd.
Colorado comes thirteenth In agri
culture this year. Fair, too, for a statu,
vnco listed without a thousand acres
of soil tho farmer could till.
Tho Kansas City Star Is aKKriovod
at th manner Mr. Uoosovelt lj being I
abtiBod. M.ro than a thousand now,.,j
papers iook a turn wun mo wnito
iiouso piungor anu iiib niuo ib sonio
11 "", T?"lTr$L?L?
count of tho clinngeablo Washington
N.jws of tho wonderful gains or
Guthrie and hur prospects for tho fu
ture hnB so distressed tho Oklahoman
It lias undertaken f: attract attention
to tho motropollB by freak work. In
'ho papor of Wodnosday wo find tho
front page of "Wednesday, Dec. 30";
further ovor It Is "Sunday, Doc. 21",
whilo on tho noxt page it is "Tuesday.
Doc. 29". Wo are waiting to find out
ir anything may bo dono to relievo tho
distress of the valued contompora.-y.
- - 1 1 1 -i i - i
8tato ol Ohlo.'t'Ity ot Toledo,
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
Ib 8onlor partner of Iho flim of F. J.
Qil!Sney.r& ,Co,. doJng'fcisuJnpeajIsMthc
City of Toledo, County and Stato af iro
said, .and that Bald firm' will pay thl
sutn ht PNB AuNDItEb DOU.AIlB
for each and every caao of Catarrn
that cannot be cuied by the use ttf
Hall's Catarrh Cure. T
' ( , - FRANK J. CHENEY.
f Svrom to beforo mo und subscrlb
In my pri'sor-co, this Sth day ot Dicunf
bar. A. D. 188S.
,iaAWi,i. , A..V. GKASON. ft
Notary Public. 3
f Js;!l'0 fcttlftrrU QSireilg'feUon lnterc-
i ally, rjhI actB directly on tho blond aim
(IlircCGCS fcUtIiHtW; OI li3 SyBlCIU. OOViQ
for tqstluionlBls froe.
F. j. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O.
Bold by all DruggintB. 7So.
tVka UaU's c'tmlly Pills fn. cauBtl
itoady to. mall copies Of Vha Dttly
iondej AtinlvQrssry nuiiittar. 10 cunts
pd addrosB. Send address ciw moitoy
ie Tho ".suler offlwa. Wo will do the
O MUCH IN LITTLE. O
Wo liloallrd reality,
In crder to
Jlehavlour is a mirror In which every
ono shows his Image. ,
.i(iif iir litftzrAcSa ' t id
WtA -lf ' - ' r, itt -Jfrtntfun
i ) iit-r' ';i nt :.' f I
The cocloty of woman is thefelomert4
of good manners
I' i i r ,-? i-,4rf '
) Thera is an unbalanced account .be
tween nearly ovcryimanand hi.a, cpn
.. j. ' tt
The mere absence ofcomedy In Jlfo
. .There- nrei' very- few . pgor, elaners.
most of them being! rich. , ,
Envy feeds upon too living; after
death It ceases then, every man'B well
earned honors defend him against
Love seizes on us suddenly, without
giving us time to reflect; our disposi
tion or our weakness favors tho sur
prise; ono Icok. one glanco from the
fair, fixes and determines is.
Tho wise men of old havo sent most
of their 'morality down tho stream of
tlnio In tho light skiff of apothegm or
epigram ' '
Tho beautiful laws of time and space,
onco dlslocatod by our Inaptitude, are
holes and dens. It tho Jiive do dis
turbed oy rash arid stupid hands. In
stead tf honey It will yield us bees.
O ADVERTISING EXPERIENCE O
O VERSUS THEORY. O
Some merchants always tho men
w-lu have never given newspaper ad
vertising a fair trial go on the theor
ies that "it does not pay to ndvertlse,"
or "It does not nay to odvertlso when
business is lull." or "it does not pay!
to advertise m summer or winter.'
Against theb? false theories Is placed
tho actual experience of ono of Phila
delphia's moat successful merchants,
Thorny H. Martlndalc, president of tho
Trader League, who In a recctit au
dress before too Mercantile Assocla
tI6n cvt. Wilmington, Delaware, had this
to say about advertising:
"No business Is successful without
advertising. No matter how success
ful your business ycu will go back the
moment you ceaso to advertise. The
moment jou stop you will bo forgotten,
My firm annually spends $17,000 In the
local newspapers, Wc used to expend
tho money on poster and billboard ad
vertising, but wo found. -tho nowspapo:
was 'the correct medium. Thcroforo,
let mo advise you merchants, it you
want to bo successful, patronize Wil-
'mlngtbrt newspapers, for they nro for
Wilmington, l(nd thoy deserve your
support. You should adverllso In the
dally newspapers not for ono day, hut
evory day. Don't mind tho weather
Advertise winter and summer. Ad
vertise." The recent Christmas week Just
clewed was the most successful in the
history of tho Guthrlo merchants and
H was dug- to tho fact that heaiylor ad
vertising was used than heretofore.
Constant hammering will win, and
thoio Is no better tlmo to hammer
Cian from now on. Advortlso when
business Is bad, irlico tho result. Talk
tho matter over with tho advertising
department of Tho Leader, tho papor
that reaches the homes.
O WHAT EDITORS ARE SAYING O
'I ho McAlestor Nowa hands this loud
-f watm opinion into a man said to be
slated to loso hlB place: FrancoB E,
l.cii'tii) 1b booked for retirement as com
ml8sloncr of Indian affairs, There will
not bo very much weeping and wailing
nnJ gnashing of teeth over this.
Leupi).8 knowiodKe ot Indian affairs
, waa larg0,.. Jerived from Leather-
BtopkIi)g tales, tho national museum
I W .- 'onB-halrcHl mon
ana snori-naircti women wuo mcei an
iiually In conference nt I.ake Mohonk.
Tho Washington correspondents will
be especially pleased at Leupp s retire
tlromont. Ho was formerly corre
spondent of tho NeV York Evening
Poat but aftor being clothed in his lit
tlo briof authority ho Issued an order
that newspaper men must send In their
cards when they wanted to sco Ills
MEANS DOOM FOR H 09 ART.
Special to Dally Leador.
Hobart, Okla., Dec. 30. Towncaond
niaVso, nephow of J. P. Morgan baa!
been olectetl vlco president ol the
Hobart Electric Intorurban and Street
Itnllwny company. Blako h. Interest
ed oagtcrn capital In thu proposition
of building fjur electric lnterurb.tn
roads out of Hobart in four directions
and the preliminary survey Is nov be
ing uiado on tho lines. The shops and
power houso will be coated In Hobart.
which means that about two tiundred
men will make tliir headquartere here.
MRS. MCRANEV'a EXPERIENCE
M.rs. M. MqTanoy, Prentiss, MIbb.,
wrltoa: "I wan cohrined to vny bed for
three months with tddnoy '5nd blaa
der trouble, and was treated by two
physlclaus but filled lo get relief.
No Iiumanitft.'jBUWCEoyjJyjw I Buf
fered,, and 1 hud given up hope. of
oveV getting well tmfil I"begon'tik.
ing foisy s Kidney Remody. After
tatdng two bottles I felt like a now
feel It my duty to toll
my Remedy did for -a- C. K. Hw -
John Bohr. 17 veers olil. arrRtn.l nt
1lp& ester for stefclins from is em.
ployer Homo trlllea 5300.
2 .i' m
1 6X4 TE BRIEFS g
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Enid cut polljtna to agdollnr.
McAlcstcr ban n ncv'brass band.
, McAlcstcr .
Hill died at PoupaClly.
Tartlcsville school bonds Bolufctbo.
Annual .iTonkawoifwQlt hunt next
JllOf.'lll. ,,.--,; 1 ,
l..i ii i l" " " I
Tsa.ee Injured, La - shooting affray at
Coitferu , ,
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Drunks can p.otjrlde on Bnrtksvlllo
street cars. . " ,t
,,Hflbatt rrgaqlzed, .company to build
electric railway, -. ( (
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Jaepoon county 'oatllng sheriff over
Willi Wnlker, Enid, 'sues Frisco rail
road Tor $G71 damages.
lIom:r Watson, Durant, and Ella
Coopcii. Madlll, now ono in Durant.
SSfo breakers reached Shawnee
twelve hours ahead of tho pedagogues.
Kiligflfchcr Midget declares boo. .g
gcrs aro being misled taking 'cm to
Sixty-two indictments returned by
Carter .county grand Jury, soven helng
Jailer Lubbes arrlvpd at McAlester
yq'Hcrday iwlth fifty prisoners from
Uansing, Kansas, prison.
Glareniore demanding Industrial
school for girls on grounds of being n
healthy and moral town.
Hartlesville city aldermen mot; ac
cused each' other of aiding blind tigers;
adjourned. Cost defrayed by taxpay
ers. Texas cattle now admitted with one
dlu for tick-killing purposes; Texas
bad men admitted for execution pur
Enid lights -were out two hours and
Morning Neus worked 5y a lonely kero
sene lamp and heated by 'Ttussln "
tho light plant.
Goorge Femner, Enid colored man.
attended church and parson staved i
brick against his kissing organ with
W. A. Colllnsworth grew rich nl
Ponca City; went back to old liomo In
Kentucky to live; returned to Ponca;
all-sicop well at old home.
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A New Wonder of tho Twentieth" Ctn-
Prof. FoBsenden began his work upon
the problem of wireless telephony Ib
1898, whllo carrying on his Investiga
tions -In wireless holography. At this
tlmo scientists had dovoloped three
distinct methods of sending electro
magnetls waves oft Into space from
a tall mast, or'htcnna, as It Is technic
ally termed. ' Experiments showed
that none of, these methods would do
for telephony. They gave single waves,
separated by dlBtinct Intervals. This
was not harmful for wireless telegra
phy, where ulgnais consist of a scries
.of clicks; but such single waves wore
useless for transmitting words, the
continuity of which must not bo bro
ken. Ho decided that what waa needed
was a means qr prpt'uclng long trains
of "waves, and devised apparatus fof
this purpose. Prof. Fesscnden sur
mounted the difficulties, says Har
per's Weekly, and deslKned a machlno
which would give the desired electrical
resuUs, and It Is pow In use, the ro
tating flojd making 10,000 revolutions
per minute, and has for weeks bosn
giving oh an electrical current which
changes Its direction no less than GO,
000 times per second.
Apparatus for receiving the volco en
ergy is of a comparatively simple char
acter. An atenna Is erected to divert
to raith a portion ot the energy In the
electromagnetic waves, and condens
ers built up of, plates ot a meinl which
Is a sew" conductor of electricity, sep
arated by layer; of air, together with
colls of wire, ere connected lu such u
way as to tuna theantennn to the samo
electrical pitch as the one fct the send
ing station. Once this tuning appa
ratita has been adjusted, electric oscil
lations ae set up In the circuit when
subjected to the repeated Impact of Ihn
wnve s, In the same way that the re
petcd uoundlngs of n note on a music
al Instrument will net in vibration oth
er objects which give out a elmller
tone. In this receiving circuit, tnrougl'
which passes the energy absorbed froir'
the wbtp". Ie Included eomo rccelvlna
devicii which' will respond to ever
Hnhtst fluctuation of'elcctrlcal civ
tfnt. The effect of this recelTlns le
vice Lq to ina(-t)Hy th? weak fluctua
tlona, giving the, msufflclsnt strength
.to operate an ordlnsry telephono re
ceiver. Thoi"attr Instrument tetrn
forma th olWlrlcsl Wares Into noiiud
I-1. JHSfc Wfc??
080 BpOKsn Into the dlsj
Would It be nroved that because he
8 sat drunk Ilncola was enabled to ren-
LJ, J, mt $ Uj5 M ww
dranSi Ho wo'jU bT bea ?oabIac? to
?udw oreatt-r ot "b?omj sovtes strilc
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O VAGRANT VERSC O
Tmty good aad great was ho
Ills spirit touched Divinity;
From God ho drow that secret power I
, ttwuiun roaic mm master every Hour.
N&o&rrMn altCrW&jJ.Ul 'X
Has lived bo near Jnicianlty; a
He know its pRf3rahtlnifd.KaKJfl.1
-ed its pleasure, felt its tear.
Justice, morcy. truth, patlonco, love
iWcro his gifts from Heaven abovo;
These aro they which mado him great
within tho hpoio and in the state.
ir if j h. !
Giving his own a sacrifice.
is- ;f. i-s. ntU HI iijkji"
Men of every faith and creed
Accept -as best his life's great deed
The deed which In tho end pressed
Upon his brow the martyr's crown,
Prejudice now and bitter hato
Our lives no Kngcr dominate;
Tho truth wo all now plainly see
Ho was tho friend of Liberty.
High on the nation's scroll of fame
is written his Immortal name;
The pcoplo as a wsole unite
To honor him who'tood'fJr right.-
Ml honor to his matchless life,
-Ie boro the burden of the strlfo v 1
Vhich made this -nation tru.y great
V-one-unlted sovereign state;
V state t tint's good and str.ng and.
grent . ' . .
V power within tho hand of fato
To tench tho peoples of the earth
The value of truo Freedom's worth.
G. W. Siever. Marlow. Okla.
.December 25, 1908.
A MONOPOLY "
(Mark Twain has Just Incorporated
tho "Mark Twain Co.")
3o Mark Twaln,'s , rporatlon,
Well, I think that's pretty hard
On a chap that earns his living
As a dally paper bard.
Let's apply for an injunction .
Goodness knows It's that or bust,
'Cause wo can't faco competition.
With the Mark Twain humor trust.
Let us workers form a union;
Let's do something right away;
Or this trust will dictate to us
And cut down our weekly pay.
It will furnish brand-now humor
At a rato we can not meet
That is, if wo ovor hopo to
Havo a good square meal to caL
I suppose It will absorb us.
Or Just slply make us quit.
For without tho Mark Twain trade
mark Nothing will bo deemed as wit,
'Twill reduce tho prico of verses,
Cut in Twain tho cost of jokes.
That's a boon to those who pay us.
Hut it's tough on u3 poor folks,
All our lives wo'vo gaily Jested
At tyrannical combines.
Now, my brethren, wo must f-p one
Lot's draw closo our th; t;ned
Let's appeal to Mark Twain's falrnosg
If ho will not do what's right,
Wq will scorn to mnko concessions
'Gainst monopoly wo'U light!
ARTHUR S. ROCHE
J. W. Gywmo, of Pailla Valley for
Luther W. Tarkenton, ot Waurlka
'or Stephens county.
R. W. Smith, of Hickory, for .Murray
T. M. Klrkpatrlck, of Hobart, f r
J. C. Elsea, of Mangura, for Greer
C. O. Clark, of Lawton, for Comanche
H. U. Mllner, of McAlestpr, for Pitts
nirg county. -' , V
W. H. Ilalentlne, Jr., of Tahlequah
'.r Cherokee county.
Scott L. Reeburg, of Mangura, for
W. H. BrUges, of Enid, for Garfield
Moores-Holllstor Hardware Co., of
Geary, with a capital stock of $10,000.
The directors are: Wren Moies. of
Calumet; Sarah dlolllster, of Adding-
m, J. W. Moores of Geary.
The Wesley Chapel M. S. church, of
;omanche, with tho following trustees:
. S. Gault, W. 8. Richmond and O. H
Jillng, all of Iawto'n; W. V. Stinnett,
. T. Johnson and C. I P ol, all or
The Tuttle Improvement company
r Tutt!o, with a capital stock of $10,
100. Tho directors are: G. M. Hell
t. E. Green, LouIh Medlor. Thos. Wal
Ion and G. A. Hoscy, all of Tuttle.
Lincoln Klceman Ccwtl company, I
loxle. with a capital stock ot $10,000
The Incorporator are: Charles II
leeman, J. A. Lincoln and F. L. Kloe
nun, till ot Howe.
The Sulphur Light company, of Sul
ihur. with a capital stock tf $3f.,O0
fhe direct r aro: C. L. Patterson
if Mangum; E. B. Preston, of Oklahc
ua City, and J. F. McKcet. of Ada.
iOOD NEWS TO WbMEN
' 'Father Wnilani's Indian Herb Tab
lets, Nature's " Romedy, Is becoming
the taoct popular Female Remedy lo
use. 'Jsie, Weak, Ne'r'vous, Dellesle
WlinfensiiffQrln from tho woak,-
fo?:' will' f(nd In rkibfir WllUni's.
dian Tablets a wonderful TONIC and
RBGULUATOR. H quiets the Ncrvas,
puts on flesh, glveu strength nml
elestldty to the vtep. brlshtena the
eyiMi, clasrs the eompleatoA arid
nuke ou ueU find strong sssln. Tei
or TabltW. 30 cents.
Sblaf Justice R. I WiillRms return
eJ tXH moralas from Ours,t. (
JlfcKi ft HkI
I'M JJlkl '' n"" 'I T i H ji.h.h
'OaslAvrj,' J;? A linrmlcsB fetibslltttti fop.CnKtoi' Oil, Pare-
l ,5CJvTl?.J?p?rt',"a0?l1l,u6s'rrtP at is IMiavniiiil. Ife
cdtitiAo jiolthcr Opium, Moriihlno nor of her NurcoMa
HiibstuifiO. It jlcstroyH iWnntiH and nllnyit FovcriHlinctsa.
It cures Ulnrrhtuu mid Wind Colic It relieves TocUi
Jitff Trnitulttt and curca Coiiatipntinu. It rcfrulatca tho
niui.iiii-i. mm j)nweiH, Kivinc; juo-utiiy tttui ii(tural,(Jjep,
Tho Chlhlrcn'rt Juuivcca Tho Mothcr'a rrifcntl. ' '
mw Mid Ifou Havo-Always- Bought!
W ' .!' ! VCBonrs (lio Sifrnntiu'Q of " t, !
jffLf - fmmm in I MMWMH
J l fcM
In Use For Over 30 Yearc.
ncTflii rnQ nniwc nnnn iunnirisj!i?prwiisMi
iiLiniLLiiu uuiiiu uuuu nuni.
Rotallors held an Interesting meet
big last night, there was a good r.t
tendance and plenty of enthusiasm.
Secretary rpad communications from
outs'd? towns commenting on sonio ot
the good work iwe had accomplish
ed, also Inquiries as to 'the methods
&uu uiaiiHcnanco ai our ;iHsorinuou;
St Is readily Been that much good has
oeou accomplished through this'orgnii
Izatlon, and wo nro atvractlng atten
tion from otitsldo towns, and without
a doubt will be nier.nn ot siin)lav or
ganizations In other towns.
We have been the nicniiB ot getting
tho State Retailers convention here,
which will convene the 2Ct'i day of
January 1909, and from present Indi
cations It will bo well attended.
Plans to cover a broader scopo will
be formulated In tho very near fu
ture, i i
It was the sense of tho meeting th3t
wo endorse tho movement to give the
legislature a bahquet and that wo give
same our support. Motion was mado
and carried that an Invitation be c
tended to tho Teachers Btate convon
tlon, which Ib now In session at Shaw
ncti, 0 n0,j heir next meeting In
Some factory propositions wcr6
taken up and discussed and'-. Is hop
od that at least somo of them will bo
landed In Guthrlo In .tho near fu
ture. W. A. IlAYSON
WANTED At onco, boy with wheel.
Enquire nt UZ South Division btrect,
Postal Telegraph Co.
New York Hardware Co. NcwYork Hardware Co.
Nothing makes a hiccf gift
.o a young girl than a nice
chafing dish, ranging in price
Wc have a complete line ol
Air Gtms and small Shot
Gun that will make any small
Ikj 's heart glad. All the way
Sf.00 to SB.GO
Wh.iv 'fiiccr pruscttto $
xv iii.n,asl3 fir'tU.mJipIeici)
mi of t these gpds all new
oo dirct frcait factory sav
I'". '9 wliQJelers iirpUt
from ' l
. SI.25 tip to $10.00
New York Hardware
Opposite PostorBcc, Guthrie. Okla.
m WORK OP THE
I ' ' . . .
GH&IM REAPER .
P. F Smith, ono of tho glcrs, dlpd
Monday evening at hls.honie irt EvmJs
vllle, of which Village ho was tho post
niastei and goneraLmorchant.
Deceased had 'been sick but a few
weeks with lung trouble, a hemor
rhage causing (loath.
13. F. Smith was ono of .ho best
knonn men or Lognn county and hj8
been a factor in Its history from (he
first dawn of Oklahoma as a brrltary
for white men. Prominent In demo
cratic politics, he was also popular
as a business tnau nelgobor aud char
itable" citizen. ,,
Two sisters reside In this rountjf--Mrs.
Low Mnhoiiey and Mrs. Geofjje
Greenway; Jou Smith a brother re
sides nt Meridian. Logan countv, Jack
Smith Is in Colorado, and Jess and
Lee, two other brothers are in Mis
suuri. The son, D. L., 1S a merchant
.Among old residents nono wero hot
ter or moro favorably known than the
Funeral arrangements await tho ar
rival or tlio brotho-b from distant
JOHN W. MA&SEY DEAb. ,.
John W. Massey, ono ot the mst
highly resccteil citizens or Dorwyn.
passed aWay at his homo In that citv
Monday. Uurial was given by the Ma
sonic lodge of Berwyn. f wileh Mr
Massey was au active member
Mrj Mossoy i.as well known Ho
was cashier f the First Nationol bank
at Uerwyn at tho tlmo of his do.vn
Ie just what the young man i
wants that is starting out lo
shave for the first time. All
the way from
$1.25 up to $5 0)
Just what you want for the
young boy, develops his
strength and keeps him out of
niirchief and trouble. From
now until Christmas.
Make a hue
gift to any
teed A large
chose from now
1 50 ui
Tbis wouia be a fine gift
fr any. than oj boy. In
nice leather noclret case,
all kDiveo warranted:'
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