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THE LEAPEft, GUTHRIE, OKLA., TIItSDAYCEMBER 31, 190S.
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Bail Bfeafli. K'llawking and Spiffing. Quickly Cured -
Fill Ont Free Coupw Below for Large
Triaf Package Mailed Free.
The above i' ' tratlon plainly shows w tat
Remedy wll1 do far
Catarrh le A .jtily dangerous, but it
causes bad urth, ulrcratlon, ileal ii
and decay of u .ios loss of t'Jlnltlnr,
nnii reasoning pjwor. kills ambition
anil energy, c ton onuses loss of nppo
tlto. Indigestion, dyspepsjn, raw throat
and consumption. It nerds- attention
at.nce. Cure It vlth annus' Catarrh
Cure. Jt Is a quick, radical, perma
nent euro, bocauso It rids tho syslom
of the poisonous germs thai cniiBc
In ordor to provo to nil who are mif
ferlns from this dangerous and loath
somo disease Hunt Gauss' Catnrrb
Oiiro will actui'lly euro any caso of
catarrh quickly, no matter how long
standing or how bad, I wll) sond a frlal
package by mall frep if nil cost. Send
us your name and ndilree'. today nnd
tho treatment will bo bent you by ro
Fort Smith, Ark., Dec. 31. Hy a di
clslon of tho circuit court here n trli
oflandtwohfl mllos long and tw
miles wide, ndjolnlng this city become?
"no man's land."
Tlifl Mr-It) u-na orlelnnllv ji nart ct
Indian Territory, nnd was allotted tot
the Choctaw nation, but was cedwi by
congress to Arkansas in order to Allow
lc il authorities to havo police Jurls
tlf&lon over it, as it had become a
rof ugo for . r Ip ws.
Tho fnllu'if uf Arkansas to accept
tho land by ui nmundmont 'to Ita con
stitution Is then by the court as a
reason for IU mllng, .whl oh holds that
tho Loundnry lino of 1880 is still In
effect. The constitutional convention
cf Oklahoma declared th- strip a part
of thnt unto,
.For twenty years tho local courts
here havo rl,il crimen committed In
the strip, a .J ' cro arc now more thnn
fifty nieu rtn vlng sentences on convic
tion 'In AjKu, jis courts for crimes
committed In tho disputed territory.
Irf-'-bbijIer luv elrf.ity-elght men worn
liaiiflM In tho hi rip, after being sen
tencqdby KwUirai Judgo I'arknr 'rere.
The IHMpt-rty ;r nte on tho Arkansas
nnd P'llxau rivers, aud '" vat nod v.
$2,000,. 'iO. v-uiy factories, a million
dolii "Ugo. a water plant, and- n
numio-r 01 houses will bo ut-ieoled by
ilic coi --t's uM'llon. which holds thnt
all tuxct iia'.d for the pnat twenty yours
Were ilKnlly levied.
It I m I'j'wctol that Oklahoma's
title to the rip will be disputed in tho
i'niicd Sia supremo court.
Sent to Deri.instrate the Merits of
PyramlJ Pile Crue.
What It Has Done For Other, It can
Do For Voul
Wo novo JasMmonlals Xtg b hun
dreds showing uit rtacM, kliidn nnd
dfSii' of dlo wiiioli havo boen
cured by I'yramji 1'lla Curw
If you eon Id fU(l Uietf tinsollcltud
JUer ou waild ;o -ltfiibt ro to tu
iioaicut drug stor and buy n box of
i'ytmnitl I'Hh ttro at omi. prlco fltto
nu. W do not tuli you t do thlfi. Send
us your naimi aud udilrri ami w will
Bond you a trial packK by mall fro.
We kuow what the trial package
will do. In many casus it h.-u cured
pllfB without further treatment. If It
pr m Hh valuo to j-ou onlor more
'ron your drugglHt. This Is fair. I It
.it simply write us a Jottar giving
your name and address and wo will
send you ibo trial package by mall In
plain wrapper free. Address Pyramid
Drug Co., 104 Pyramid Hldg.. Marshall,
ill HI IT
- i : 1 is II IB
a few days use of Gauss Catarrh
i urn mal. Try it! It will positively
euro so that you tvlll be weloomod
Instead of shunned by your friends.
0. E. CJAUSS. Marshall. Mien. Pill out
I This coupon Is good for one
j trial ptickugo or tituisfi' Combined
j Catarrh Cure, mailed free In pldln
packago. Simply fill in your
nai'tio nnd address on dotted Hues
bolow nnd mall to
j C. E. GAUSS, 38G9 Main Street,
i Marshall, Mich.
O MIL3TONES AND, C'
O KUltSISI fcNUY IN CJ
O ADVERTISING O
Did yen ovor rlilo alui:g n rond
mi.rkod by nillostonos? 12a matter
to llml your domination, warni t ItY
Thou, did you ovor ride, di j'opd on
the mllostoueB for guidance :md Imvt
thi'in suddenly stop? Ilnrd to Hud ynm
way, wasn't It It ,011 hadn't hud
srime jiavjticulj.r reusqjj for Jiug on.
you no iloutit woulil havo TuntciCnff at
olio of the bettor paved cross Ttfnda.
Advertising regular, persistent nd
vcrtlalng is tho milestones, thnt load
travolors on trudo'g highway to your
place of business.
Hut the line of guldomnrkn ads
nuiBt be unbrokon, elso the prospec
tive buyer will turn aside to one of tho
enHlor-to-know-wbut-he-haH nu rchants
.tho follow who through IiIb rngulnr
"Htare pow's" koopa otistoiners Inform
ed as to wiiat lie has that tlwy wnnt.
Tho Leader advertising department
should like very much to toll you
about this trndo-gottlug publicity.
Why pay more wbon you can get,
not only 90 flno largo cups cf Dr
Shoop's Health Corfoe from n 2Go. pack
age but a Coupon on a 2fic. sllvorcd
"No-Drip" Coffee Stralnor besides?
Ix)Ok for tho Coupjti 1 put them In
now. Tho satisfaction is, besides most
perfect. Sold by Tho Dank Orocory.
A. V. illrown, VlulU, atolo n team,
wagon anil harness In WO?. This week
ho drew ns a prize n ten-your term m
lanl labor In tho penitentiary Ilorsos
and wng us are high thwo days.
A Dangerous Operation
Is tho removal of tho appendix by a
surgeon. No one who takes Dr. King's
Now Liro Pills Is over subjected to this
frightful ordeal. Thoy work so qulotl)
you don't feol them. They cure con
stlpatlon, headache, biliousness aini
malarlu, 25c nt nil druggists.
The rest New Year Resolution
(I'M win Murkh'mn, In "Success Maga
zine." T.u noblest resolution that any cltl
zor CQHild mnko for the Ntir Year
would bo the restitutio!' to live more
falthfuly by the (inkten Rule, that
sublime principle of conduct for this
world and for all worlds. F.llurw to
live by tht law causes the chief sor
rows and collisions among man.
I,et onch earnest man search into
his words nnd way, determined to
tlpd the special manor In whtch he
breukg the Oo&en mjie lii epecUl
hnblt thnt works Injustice or un,mh
Iuuhs i uhls shofi, his otllce, bis bonu
hie elty. He will llnd, iMrbupb. that
In the hIiop Ii4 is 1u (he h.ibir or nils
plttctntc tools, aud this bin lor tin
work oi his comrades; tlui1 In ihe
ollloe ho ts in the hnblt of being lute
In hoping aupnlntnients, Sih1 thus
stei.h t .!. people time; that In the
dub bn U lu the linblt or belittling
.worthy oouinetttors, and thus Joins
i the ksiik or thieve who steul repu
; tatlons; that in the home he is in the
habit or inonoptdtsing the convorsR
Uoii, aiul thus rulls to draw ,n w
DOWUd ot otlmrs. t.im in ibi- v w
is n the habit cf hiiIhiiik on tliw jiu.
, walk, and thus siioiis the comfort of
nlo towiihUUMi mat In IhisIiicks lie la
In the habit of misreprhunllng Tils
, goods, and thus robs under the cover
j ot custom.
I There are problems (n the Uolden
lliilo. Dud boiv ure anipiu paco nnd
' verge for Now Yeur resolutions
space an j verge tor bull ting clmr
, ictn ohurut. wbiPb is ne grentoit
thln, iv man
Mrs. Usury. Irs ton, ihi.ny-rivo years
f jo, died at Chlckashu.
f -. t,
Qeorge T. Ueed, Lender correjjiond
em In Panama, known U all young pen
pie of this tit, has In his budgt t thh
tltne n splendid .lest rlpilun of the gieai
dynamite dhsarter on the iHihnuis. be
lng S00 feet dlstam when the expi sum
Hn OblsiHi. Canal Zone. Manama
Dec. 20 I citn not describe the awful
scene hlr" jour wires have long ago
mentioned when the dynamite disa?ter
occurred. I had imsgr-l through the
cut and was sonic 800 feet Ijeyoim the
danger line. I have seen men cut to
pieces uhen on oad construct I n
Work and presuntenl th"y were as aw
ful an could be, but nothing I ever saw
equellod the Indescribable ruin which
follow cil the disaster here of Decem
Krfty-two holo had been driven nft
feet Into the solid t;ock lonnatlon
Sn6i was fifteen feet apart and c n
tallied 3fi0 noiuids ot IS degree dyna
mite. Thirty men were working then
when the explosion occurred, (lulu
a. body of men were passing throng),
the cut enrottte to dinner mess.
Following the detonation which fel
ed men nriil trees nnd threw rocks, dli
and inlscellanu) lit. xterlnlw Into tli
ilr, ncoonnmnled by a atu-ike so tleirsi
you could not see your Immth. 1 fel
for a moment ttint tho earth had iieen
destroyed. Spaniarrte and Jnniutca no
groes Wofe lylilg'Sll aruoml, notne mei
qtrully killed, others torn and uinuKd
Until Mtrong-henrted men had t. 'tun
their heads ns the poor fellows tter.
ptiL on sireicnqrB ior me aiichi nn.i
The Has Oblspa hospital doctm; am!
liurces cared for the Wqundeil apt tar.
Cvi ihpy could, and. seuintngjy tnstaa
tnueuiii so ptffoct Is dtscfpilno hu
Am- a staff of surgeons nnd nurse.
M n special tnt'.rt rtfrlVod tutd tosl
dharge. Tho haspttnl train was (nudec
after lnimedlato nhl t romlotoil and
l-.o sullerera were soon In WlUtt fs per
haps '.he best hospital In tho Tropfi
znuu. It Is operwod by the govern
mom and one could not uoncelv-v th.
vast am:unl of nrllclos all ready fo.
use without seeing them.
One steam shovel neur the wo:k wa.
so completely destroyej no linrtlcle cl
It was found larger than your tw
hands. Tho engineer wag an Ameri
can nnd four negroes were with niu
Only pieces were found. 'Four steap.
she veli were int i . work to oxcavati
for the tload and bodies are tieing (bund
entfS dsy. Only those who have 'botn
In Uncle Sam's sop1co can understand
how tl! and lrow fast our country
-ft-; for '.ts Injurod.
Tho sanitary officials keep the aeen
al me disaster tlleiufected ns the odor
from tho decaying b. tiles nnd debris
Is almost beyond endurance. So far
twenty-one havo boen found or the dead
and fifty-nine wero Injured, but otheri
nro not accounted for. (Since this nog
written the death list lias mounted to
u3. Ed.), nnd perhaps some or them
are under that awful place.
Tuo accident brdkt) d wn strong men
and none seom to havo tho vim since
the evoiH thnt was charaetcrlKlc cl
tho ontlre crow previously.
Offlclqlu have mado the mpst strou
nous luvcstiettt, and H ieenis one ol
those catnstrophiwno ono can foresee
or nv hi. The Knveriment employs the
most experiencod Dion nnd has Hit
best of equipment, and luveanatloi
has borne out the first opinion prema
3asebal Teams Heady.
The baseball season U on Oere an. I
we have more than two go.xl clubs
Seas n tickets aie J10 each and box
tickets run higher. Grounds fur ba I
and tennis and all outdoo.- sports ait
to be had for the asking When you
have done the government a duj's
woik you nie at liberty to enjoy an
rouif. rt to bo hud, I tit l I wish to
assure friends who wrlto about "snaps"
ihut I am u long way from home aud
If we jMissed any "snaps" my suiHirior
officers did not report them to me or
to t lose above them. This Is not
There are uiauy social orgnnizntioiiH
and the women have -their clubs t!ie
same as at home. There Is, I note,
treble at home about nitration plants,
so I append at count of Cancl Zone no-lite:-
"Tile filtration plunt at Mount Hope
is now in operation nnd flltorod water
hi utH'n supiilfetl to Colon, Cristobal
nuil Mount Hope since December t. A
boiler ntiii air pump havo been Installed
at the Ilrasos llrook reservoir fruin
'.thieli ati air pipe rank la the bottom
of the gate bouse- nnd tlisohtirgos air
Into tlH- water through a perforated
grid, no (list all the water supidy from
IIih.os llrook reseevolr ts aerated In
the gain house. This Improvement has
it'll! ved the dliflUTueabiit taste ud
ottor 4ih Iiave lmn imtiiibl l(i th.
wster truttt t reserrtrir- at enniti
times ot i he -ur 'I be ssiiw t.'in
was installed ut the ltin Cirunde i,-t-r-volr
1u Oiitibcr. I'JUV, and lias guen
(Continued on Pago 3.)
Only Ono "WlQMQ QUnc:.C," l'4: l:
n -Li LA: tuun Ti il
Fioni lite New York Press.
A mllllcn dollar' worth of food nnd
rink will be con turned within a few
mm on New Year's eve along Ilroad
wav In the mile between tho HoffniMi
.louse and the Hotel Astor. Throe-qunr
ie-s ot this vast sum will be -spent for
the drink wll'i which to 'Aiiah down
tae othor quarter's worth of food. A
nuudretl thousand bottles of chatn
;iagno will be emptied In speeding the
sat few scc.e minutes or the oil year
and in welcoming tbe early hdurs ol
the new. The ejnipr.ratlvely few
ihousnnds'or ieop1o lu the groat ao
:cls ani restnurants those who have
lesorvetl their tables thore, uoi?e ot
ihem months nnd oven a joar ago
wilt spunil most of the motley. The
tinuiueinble tJtung surg-ug up and
down the street outalde will make
most of the noise.
Never Dofore, so the Ilromlinay ho
icl ni:d leitnurattt men say bus tbere
been such a tiomondoiiB demand rot
alds, pn I neer berore have the
.nnt acts ben so ransacked ror costlj
and cm lotts foods with wlilcn to load
ihem. P.lce Is of small consequence
to a host or hostess If ho or alio can
Have some special matin for tho Now
Venr g party that will liaye the stamp
if originality and novelty. For the
firt time In thirty years thore. Is a
Ittle billfalo ment to bo linil In Now
fork. There urn nho wild boar
itealiK from HiiKtda. quail from Egypt '
hlla groUKo f.-oni Norway unl betr
.neat from Canada.
Hut such ttiiijgs ns t.ic.Yc or an
less costly viands nro as nothing com
jsreti with the wlite when one comet,
.o the year's lust milestone and start.
.n Im, celebiate it with much mono.
Prohably nowhero else in tao worlu
oan audi a vast variety r rare nn.
mostly wlniM bo found iu In tho llsi
if tltaflte great hotels and rostntiranti .
Tho caeapeat uhr.mp:tgno on Nov,
Vear'si ovo will bo $5 a quart. In
Host of Uie places along Droadwa.v
)iiu will have to drink champagne or
Use go dry, for nothing ols.j will be
terved r.fter 10 o'clock. That moans
that nothing cheaper thnn champagne
enn be had. If a mnn wnntetl a bump
ar of mutheglyn or iiyjiocrasse or no-mai-jow
or saniethtng oUo Uint Uie
iea.l waiter had never hoard pf and
which i.vas extravanunjitly expensive,
judoublodly he could get It If it wa3
iO bt .iud.
Of nittilo' in these great e&tln:;
plaaeri' liiore will l a surfplt also on
New Years co- Every restaurant will
have ono orchestra in ' caoii dining
oom . Whore there are a dozen rooms
for Instance, thuro will bo a doze.i
orchesWfca hnrJ at work all tho eve
ning. These orchestras will average
sight to a scare of musicians each.
Hid thore will bo nu-.iiy of them along
.his crow led llroadway mite.
Closo to JC.QOO worth of souvenirs
villi be given away by the restaurants
to their patrons. Thoy range fioiu
jalloons to "Ullllklns," and betwoon
the two oxtromos are fans and ladles'
jots ani bronze statuettes of Ft.ther
Knlckeibockur. Thoro Isn't room to
ntlate tho balloon Indoors one place
will glvo away G.OQO and another al
nost aa ninny, cmsIi as big as tho full
noon looks on a summor's ulg'nt--md
so men up on the roots ;-.ro busy
low filling them with gas and nuik
ug thorn tuady.
The- penile who throng tho restau
rants will Imi New Yorkers mostly,
but thore will be a nig proportion ot
talk from cities near cud far. AnJ
the "uofel men say somo persons are
coining from such dlstnut places as
Omaha and New Orleans Just to tul.e
i.iu iu tho night's festivities. Those
thoubaivls who throng tho streets,
none ut whom ecu enter tho bltger
rtuaaurants unless he has a card or
ndmisslau, mill como from nil over
town nnd from ovory pUce within nn
Iwur or two's ride or tho city.
All In nil, tho preparations lor wel
coming 1909 are the most luvluh oh
record. Take too Hotel Knlcherbock
or's programme, lor Instance.
The dining rooms will bo bowered
lu green, and festooned with red satin
ribbon. Thoro will be llfty yo-iths who
will not as pages. lOuch will be dress
ed to represent Father Knickerbocker
with powdered wigs and in costume
of a bygone day. They will, wnur
coatn of sky-blue satin, ties md cuffs
of lace, long wuistooats of wli'tin satin,
trousers of tho same stuff of erimeon
color, white silk stockings nnd p&eut
leather punuis with Iieuv gold buck
els. Un their Ueails will bu cocked
nats of black satin. Ten or twelve
cf that) Doys will be stationol lu
each room, in various partv, wh
nil .'night nnpioacht. As tho hour
strikes tJie tlghlh Ipr n moment will
rtA' til tn. lft;oh buy will pt'fuw i. but
ton tin his (lr ami - the flguies
"lUOU'' will sitlnu out iltmwd inielee
tile light, ou his ooekstl hut. These
bays will distribute big toy bnllooim.
It is expected that many of .he din
erg will tie the cords of these bobbin;
(continued on pagi S.)
frrtPZ.e0f)Qt. 25 '
For ftgLj. Honnj
Ithestee or factory
on lh& unSislil
and Power Cc.
Ever)' Grade of the
Best Deep Shaft
I will bo !tl my ollico from
7 a. in. to G p. in. to givo my
personal attention to orders
Compare our rates "with tlic
time and expense of traveling.
Consider tbe equal satisfaction
of a telephone conversation as
compared with that after hav
ing traveled from one mile to a
thousand to meet your party,
and you will be convinced that
we sell talk cheap, but not
c he dtp talk.
Telephone o Telegraph
Sunday, Jan. 3d
Anil a Ulx Company Including
Rose Still man
In ttie Farcical Comotfy with Musie
ills' Ai! On
Clean, Clever Comedy. I
Great Danolna Numbers. 1
Pretty, Calthy Music.
-. "sj i 9ia m ntA
I wtigM j
1 so ' tfgtiod I
So clean I
VWVyNWVW ' " " ' ' ' " '
Entire Scenic Environment.
Seats ready now at
Pcstofflce Drug Store.
PRICES25e, 35c, 50c and 75c.
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes, Fishing Tackle,
Baseball and Lawn Tennis Goods.
LUGER AUTOMATIC PISTOLS, $25.00
REMINGTON AUTO LOADING SHOTGUNS, $30.00
Mail Us Your Order.
r Our Gunshop is Open and Ready for Business
Phone 198. Cor. Ilarr. and First, Outline.
H" yiiwmMHwSsj mmm asis i i
YOU NEED 1T1N
For Justice of the Peace, Lawyer and Busi
Price $1 While THey
i R. m
Weinberger Transfer Company
I Prompt AttentBon Given to Ail
Calls for Drayage.
SpacioTi.5 Rooms For Storage
Receivers and Distributors
Ea.o3a o g:ib
A. R. EAbiMAh. President
S. "V, Keiseu, Vice-President
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The Oklahoma Stat Bank
Deposits in this Bank are guaranteed by the Depositors Guaranty
Fund of the State of Oklahoma.
New State Law Provides Absolute Safety to Our Depositors.
We Pay Interest on Time Deposits.
S. L. SPURRIER S. W. KEISER
FELIX ADLER A. R. EASTMAN LYMON J. ORAY
W. H. GRAY , CHAS. F. ElSENSCHMIDT
I . GUTHRIBt-.
I Neat : Pressing : Gob
i Will call for ami deliver
1 your clothes cleaned and
9 pressrd. Four suits per
I month, one suit per week
I ?1 50 Ladies clothes given I
S special attention.
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I Phone 800 Guthrie. Okla
t Royal note: Unment
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Last. Order Now I
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C. T. ElSENSCHMIDT, A, C.
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S2 50nt Leader Office
Farm Loans Heal Estate
Fire, Ltglitning Toruac'o, A.c
cldent, Plate Glass and j!" ther
F. A. iioogms,
cbi864 120iW. OiU. An
Wilt Si rely Siojj That Cot,
HIm r3. r.s 1J u. B sl sails-
m, rns .uisiuju s iorr Lsscniia
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