Oklahoma Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 19, 1902 Page: 4 of 8
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THE LEADER, GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JUNE 1#, 1902.
LKSLIK O. NIBLACK, EDITOR
HEMHKK OF THK ASSOCIATED 1'HKSK
THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1902.
For Delegate to Conflret*.
fans to attract the attention of visi-
tor* and creaie in their mindu a fav-
orable Impression ol the city and com-
munity. In the case of the capital
city th';y are a necessity. Company
A wai> organized elgin years ago thiB
mouth, during Uovernor Renfrow's ad-
ministration, being the first company
actu&Jly organized an dequipped. Au
attempt to organize had preceded
this, but had never actually material-j
Ized. The late Colonel Hubert B.
Huston was elected its first captaiu.
His promotion to colonel of the First i
regiment, then captain of Co. D, of I
Rough Riders, and subsequent service ■
and death in the Philippines, are mat
: ters of common pride and history and
These experimental waterworks ^ a gource 0j inspiration for
systems are rather luxurious from a company \ through all the future,
financial standpoint. Outhrie has already become famous
| for ltg mintmry and civic organlz/i-
Plerpont Morgan may spite the tIons which are anwng the strongest
ocean tramps b ythrowing the mout of and best established in the southwest
a job, but he will have to try some , The people will follow with keen in-
other tactics If he worries the dry • terest the movements of Company A
1 hese hot, stuffy days there is nothing so
refreshing as a cool refreshing soft drink. Our
A future call: Hello, central,
Britannia rules the wave, but Pier-
pont Morgan rides over them.
Flynn is now towing for dear life
on that line ho had attached to his
retirement from politics. Some of th
lellows thought he meant it and
have come to want the Job themselves
In an embarrassing way
whose officers and enlisted men are
the pride of the city.
ORGANIZE TO AID
Either a special active committee or j
a separate organization, which has
* lynn has i sufficient power and backing to pro- J
BV THE USE OF
Mr«. H. A. Alsbrook. of Aufitin. I,onoke
Co., Ark. writes: "After five months of
great sufftntiR with female weakness I
write this for the benefit of other sufferers
from the same affliction. I doctored with
our family physician without any good re-
sult, so my liuhtiand urged me to try Dr
Pierce's medicines —which I did. with
wonderAil results. I am completely cured.
I took four bottles of Dr Pierce's Favorite
Prescription, four of his Golden Medical
Discovery' and two vials of his * Pleasant
The Common Sen* Medical Ad-
ser, 1008 large pages in paper
covers, ia sent free on receipt of 21
one-cent stamps to pay expense of
mailing only. Address Dr. Pierce,
Buffalo, N. Y.
Best in the City and Ice Cold
g \ he choicest line of cigars in the Territory.
Renfro Drug Co.
Prescriptions compounded with
fresh drugs a specialty Opposite P. 0.
206 w. Oklahoma Ave.
even gone so far as to say he will mote manufacturing enterprises is
run if nominated. He don'i want It. among the early necessities In the on-
No, a calf don't like sweet milk. ward progress of a large city.
There must be the united support
The Norman sanitarium, the Alva of the whole community, aud in this
normal, the Langston normal, the Outhrie is second to none. The spir-
Southwestern normal, the probate it of progress that secureu the rail-
judges in the new countries, and the roads, public bulldiugB and public im wheel-house worn on the shoulders of
governor's secretary, make a record | provements will secure marked ad j the inventors.
pretty hard for men not blinded by ditions to the already goodly list of in- j The Democrats of Guthrie and Lo-
a thirst for office to stomach. , dustrial enterprises. The tinpall bri- Kan county appreciate the compliment
What will the better element of the j gade has come to stay and grow great, j paid them in locating the territorial
party do? If they endorse this record I Manufacturing establishments only j headquarters in this city and are de-
they forfeit their self respect, If they J come where the(y are \vant<il 'alnd termined to return the compliment by
censure It, then the Enid broncho will 1 where they find hearty support among rolling up the largest majority for
buck. If they straddle or say noth-jlhe people. Honest BUI ever given to any man.
ing they expose their own weakness. ! Unlimited captdl is ready to invest j That mongrel creature known as a
Between the kicking candidates and j wherever there is assurance of good j Flynn Democrat, but really a cheap
the sweet-scented record of the offlc-j dividends. This city presents just tin Republican has ceased to bray
ers the troubles of the G. 0. P. are j such a field to live Industries, and it j and hied himself to parts unknown,
fast passing the limit of Indurance. j should be the purpose of such an or- j Republicans can hardly endorse the
-u ■ ■ —m ganlzation or specially authorized
A BAD RECORD CAUSES Icommittee to conduct the preHminar-
KNOWS BILL CROSS.
CONSTERNATION. I ies in bringing together the opportun-
A scandal in the office of the chair- j ity and the means.
man of the Hepublican central com- i As soon as the new roads are in,
mittee who for the present is holding J every facility, both in cheap coal,
down the gubernatorial broncho id | cheap transportation and ready mar-
not a very nice thing to develop justiket near by, will be available to man-
before the territorial convention of! ufacturing enterprises of all kinds.
that schismatic party.
The incident is causing consterna-
tion among the leaders who realize
that already the party has a record
that it can not go before the people
and justify or smooth over.
Leaders of the party have been In
consultation over the matter and the
Idea is prevalent that a pretty liberal
supply of whitewash will have to be
applied at once. The present drift
of affairs means as they see clearly
certain defeat. Evil deeds find out
the doers and the fresh knowledge of
this inexplicable law is causing the
promoters of the pie eaters and pie
hunters no amount of trouble and
Just what the rank and file of the
party will say about this shameful
Manufacturing enterprises are like
all others, they must be pushed. They
do not spring up by chance nor suc-
ceed by guesswork, but are the re-
sults of well planned effort and steady
Flynn tactics any longer much less
Bill Croiss will find in Logan county
the kind of support that it takes to
win a campaign and will find no more
loyal enthusiastic and united lot of
Democrats any where in the territory.
A WEAK CASE DISCLOSED.
So far as can be i&arned from the
Republican newspapers their only
stock in trade for fne coming cam-
paign will consist of charges of Demo-
cratic dissention and allegations that
backing. Now that the people have j the Hon. Bill Cross is a traveling
learned the exceedingly valuable les- ■ man. No excuse for the existence of
son that taey can do uiings when the g. o. p., aside trom official pie,
has as yet been brought forward.
They dare not join issue with the
plain, straignt forward demands of
the Enid platform and so all eyes are
turned to the coming territorial con-
vention in the hope that some of the
j old time catch words may be woven
■ 1 ; into something at least having the
LOGAN COUNTY DEMOCRATS, [typographical appearance of a plat-
Two years ago the Democracy of form. Upon this they expect to hang
they will, the way is open for future
progress and early attention to manu-
factories is among the necessities.
The business men and capitalists of
the city would do well to formulate
plans for work commensurate with
the growing importance of the city.
the bloody shirt, bespotted with a lit-
tle Flynn wnitewash and perfumed
Logan county united all along the line
and entered the campaign with vigor.
corruption with which Its officers a telling fight was made. With good I with a gob ot rancid oil of gratitude
have chosen to laden it is a matter of roen nominated for the oltices of trust ! and then call on the faithful to bow in
conjecture, but the chances are that an<i a renewal of extravagance on the j reverence. Sensible Repuolicans see
they will have what they are to say ])art of the Republicans to work on,! that this irresponsible effervescence
already written out for them and that j the Democrats waged the most sue- that is being indulged by their news-
the whole mess of u.arney will l>e|oe8sfUi batle ever known in the coun , papers is disclosing the weakness of
choked down their astonished throats. ty The result of the election was their case in a ruinous way.
most gratifying. Honest and faithful The Republicans seem unusually
COMPANY A TO THE FRONT. Democrats were placed in the county j confiised and irritated both by the
The contemplated recruiting to full offices, and they have served the peo- j solid front and enthusiastic support
strength of company A of the Okla- pie faithfully. Another campaign given the Enid platform and the Hon.
homa National Guards is a move by j comes. The same Republican gang bill Cross and by the senile gossipers
the military in line with the general is 0n deck angling for the fishes. It in their own party who score each
spirit of progress now rife In the | once more behooves the Democracy of other in vicious terms.
capital city). The determination of, the county to be alert and watchful 1 _
Captain Dunnica and tne officers and , that is, if the people are to enjoy hon M'GINLEY WANTED BONDS.
men of this company 10 push it to the j est government. Harmony prevails in
Iront where it belongs is a laudable Democratic ranks and providing the Special to Daily Leader.
public enterprise and will at once proper discretion and wfsdom obtain, Stillwater, Okla., June 1/.—The city
appeal to the spirited youug men of this year, the Democrats should take j council met Friday night to canvass
the city. the county out of Republican hands the vote of the bond election and
There are very tew things more forevermore. found no errors in thfe count,
important for a young man to learn ===== jj. d. McGinley, a bond broker of
than a good firm step and straight LOGAN COUNTY DEMOCRATS Guthrie, was present and wanted to
military form. It pays to straighten SOLID FOR CROSS, submit a bid tor the $15,000 city bonds
up and be a man. The world thinks The Hon. Bill Cross is a universal just voted. He insisted that he would
more of a boy for it and will pay the favorite with Logan county Demo- ma]ie his best proposition if it would
homage due. A boy or a man on the j crats. Prominent Democrats all over | receive consideration at this meeting,
street with a sloven walk and down the county are loud in their expres j hut. the matter was put to a vote, 'and
cast look never yet won the respect gions of confidence in the man of the I the council being in special meeting
of his fellows. The exercise Is health- people. They recognize in him a sue- for the vote canvass only, it was de-
fui and invigorating. ^ cessful business man and an abl(< elded that a proposition could not be
The boys are determined to capture ^ statesman. His genuine good nature entertained. McGinley stated, how-
first prize at the territorial encamp- and firm grasp of Issues of the day ever, that he would pay five per cent
ment and propose to rise to the occa- has everywhere inspired confidence
slon In a way that will do credit to not only in l.ogan county but all over
their officers and their city. The In- (ho territory.
terest of the people in spirited drill; The hot air stories about dissen-
has always been manifested by the 1 tjons among the Democrats of Logan
crowds that would assemble on the J county and opposition to the nominee
streets where the boys were drilling for delegate are pure fictions coined
It is really a prety sight to see the | (,y the circulation liars of certain Re and will be considered at the regular
well drilled company in uniform publican sheets and have no more i meeting on the 24th, at which time
obeying, wifh clocklike precision, the substantial exiBience than the truth others, no doubt, will have offers to
commands of tneir officer, and never has lodgment in the over-heated make.
more than any previous city bonds
had sold for, and would fix the rate
on a twenty year basis at 5 per cent,
furnishing the cost of lithographing
and offers to deliver the money in fif-
The matter was of course laid over,
Characteristic Act of Democratic Can-
didate for Delegate.
Special to Daily Leauer.
Oklahoma City, Okla., June 18.—S.
O. Muldrow, president of the Demo-
cratic Travelers cluo of Arkansas,
writes the following to a local paper:
"I am president of the Travelers
Democratic club of the state of Arkan-
sas and feeling a deep interest in the
cause of Democracy everywhere, I
write to add my endorsement of Hon.
Wm. Cross. The Democrats of Ar-
kansas know him; respect him and
love nim for his sterling worth and
manly independence. If elected he
will wear no man's collar. 1 want to
give one incident to show what a big
hearted fellow Cross is. He and I
were spending Sunday at Marianna,
Arkansas. A red hot stove made the
little office warm and comfortable.
Out in the front yard in the snow
stood an old. cow, her bones almost
punching holes in her hide, she was so
poor. Bill was standing at the win-
dow looking at the poor old animal
and presently was gone a minute. I
heard a grateful lowing out in the
yard and went to tffe window. Bill
had a bushel of cotton seed piled upon
the hotel steps and the old cow was
standing there eating ana Bill, bare
headed, seated on the steps watching
her eat. Beat a man like Bill Cross!
The big hearted people of Oklahoma
won't do that.
"Here's success to my old travel-
"S. O. Muldrow."
Do uot want a Papered Honse Friday
night. "Papered House" in theatrical parlance,means
complimentary tickets. But the Maccabees, like all
the ladies of Guthrie, are excellent judges of
Good Wall Paper
^nd they are very warm in their expressions of the
stock we are showing.
Ne creations just in. Come in arid investistigate.
103 w. harrison ave. Wholesale Retail l'H0N(i5"
(By Associated «*ress.)
Deafness Car.not Be Cured.
by local applications, as they rannot reach
the diseased portion of the ear. There is
only or.e way to cure deafness, and that
Is by constitutional remedies. Deafneta
Is caused by an lnflammed condition of
the mucous lining of the Eustachian
Tube. When this tube gets Inflamed you
have a ■■umblins sound or Imperfect hear-
ing. and when it is entirely closed deaf-
ness Is the result, an if unless the Inflam-
mation can be taken out and this tube
restored to its normal condition, hearing
wlil be destroyed for ever: nine c*ses out
of ten are caused by catarrh, w.uch Is
pcthlng but an inflamed condition of the
We will give One Hundred Dollar? tor
any case of Deafness (caused by cataul..>
that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Send for circulars, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Montpelier, Vt., June l«.--Tho ad-
vance guard of delegate and visitors
has arrived for the Republican state,
convention which meets here tomor-1
row. Indications point to the nomina-
tion of Gen. J. G. McCullough, of Ben- j
nington for the governorship. Gen. j
McCuilough's opponents in the race 1
for the head 01 the ticket are Perch") 1
W. Clement of Rutland and Fletcher)
Proctor, son of Senator Proctor.
CO. "A," ATTENTIONI
All members of Co. "A" are hereby
ordered to meet at the Armory on
Thu: sday night for drill. All mem-
bers must be present.
Co. A, Is now located over the Eagle
drug store on Harrison avenue.
Regular drin night Is Thursday.
All members take notice.
*3y order of
Q. E. Dunnica,
Capt. Comdg Co A
Saved From An Awful Fate.
"Everybody said I had consump- j
tion," writes Mrs. A. M. Shields, cf
Chambersburg, Pa., "I was so low
after six months of severe sickness,
caused by Hay Fever and Asthma, ]
that few thought I could get well, but
I learned of the marvelous merit of
Dr. King's New Discovery for Con-
sumption, used it, and was completely
cured." For desperate Throat and
Lung Diseases it is the safest cure in
the world, and is infallible for Coughs,
Colds and Bronchial Affections, Guar-
anteed bottles 50c and $1.00. Trial
bottles free at Wheeler & Son.
THE CAPfTOL NA-
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Fourth of July Headquarters
Low Prices to make gla.d your pocket books
The American Eagle screamed with delight when the Racket man opened the
way to Youn!/ Johnatiian to celebrate and makt glad with enthusiastic patrotism the
National Day, dear to all hearts, at a minimum cost to father and mother and himself
1600 bunches of the largest and best 10c kind cf sure to go lire crackers at 4£ cents a
bunch. Navy Cap Pistols at 4 cents each. Caps 4 cents a dozen boxes. Penny Goods 2
for lc. Flags 4cS .1 d >zen,. Roman Cindles at 1-3 usual price. Novelties introduced for
the tirst time in Guthrie. The RACKET man is prepared to figure with parties at whole-
sale prices on Fireworks ill any quantities desired.
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