The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 71, Ed. 1 Friday, July 13, 1900 Page: 4 of 8
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TOE OKLAHOMA STATE CAPITAL: FRIDAY MORNING, .TrT.Y 13,
The State Capital.
By the titutt Capital Printing Co.
FRANK H. (iREER, Editor,
SUBSCRIPTION RA'j :3.
DAILY one year l y mall
DAILY six month* by mall ...
DAILY three raontha by mall .
DAILY one month by mall ...
DAILY on® w.. k by carrier ...
WEEK LY one year
WEajKLY six months
Jl "iT A CKO.lli.
The profusion of fatth put forth by
the democrats at Kansas City is a
document fearfully and wonderfully I
made. It is on olia pod rids
Great Keductioiin in Prices for Next Ten Days 011
Lubricators that Lubricate
political arena, a a to quit "making
! medicine," and rone to make flour He
1 Is at p" sent *uj>erintending th North
Enid Mill and Elevator Company's
pragmatical assertions, a d«>
onervoun and mordac.ous. It
aloof and cries "unclean, unclea
ferlng no remedy, polntfni,- to n
NATIONAL Rl.l'l HI,I(A\TII U KT
For Prneident - - - WM. McKlNLEY.
For V.-Prea. - - THEO. ROOSEVELT.
ta iw the ,iar8h c*y of th
17B j a h<«r ness upon
j 'arpendi of
.14 I cynic.
a j 'rh'11 ^une declaration of negation
I and false pretenses has been Incor-
rectly called a "Jeremiad.
William Warner, thi
who was an
Castor Oil -cold pressed; very heavy.
Cylinder Oil—fine lubricator
C'axtor Machine Oil—heaviest body made.
Black Castor Machine—heaviest Carolina.
Sperm Oil |\EHE31BEK ! ! !
r,n Saturday J. p. Brown Rave a
c he. k for *2.70 to AI Williams.
Williams, accompanied by pal, a
stranger, brought the check to the
First National well doctorcd and col-
lected 27.70. Today the police arrested
both men, recovering $23.95 of' the
auction is l<or Ten Day*
Croker finds it hard work to capture
a Kopje whose first name is David B.
Along In the Ides of November the
democrats wll be shedding Bryany
The train robbing Industry which
from "old Missouri,"
>nlooker at the Kant-as
City convention, falls into this error
and relieves his surcharged mind a?
1 have read the Kansas City Bry-
anlte platform. it reads u-
so do the lamentations of .]■
Like the weeping prophet the
ers of that platform see not tux
has 'transpired in the la*: f-.ui
ti*, boon |«„mK behind the proce.- '
The Eagle Drug Store,
EDWAKD NICHOLS, Proprietor.
Harrison Avenue. Guthrie, Okla.
nto say that Mr. lTlynn, out of
an,j eongrc.-^, was greater than Mr. Oalla-
in ali han In congress? If this is the case,
bull i .vhy does Mr. Callahan stil want to
sion, has taken a new leaae of life in
Web Davis simply Joined the party
made famous by Jeff Davis. It seems
to be a Davis party.
The man who kirks most vigorously
when he gets behind a high bonnet In
the thorater Is tickled to death when
•the same thing happens In church.
Few women are expert pianists, but
many women are expert chin musicians.
Planning how to make both ends meet
keep many a brain worker hustling.
Only France, Germany and Austrn
11a have more go'd per capita now
^thaxi the "United Btates. Pran<« and
|the Netherlands have more silver than
the United States.
. "Dowager Empress. Pekin. CWnar-
.Tteur Aunt: When would it b« con
jvenlont for you to have me commit
suicide again? Your loving nephew,
Kwang Hsu, Emperor."
] The civilized world claims that China
fias no provocation for persecuting
foreigners, but Germany han Just ap-
pointed a man by the name of Dr.
Vumni von Kchwarzensteln as minis-
ter to that unfortunate people.
IMr. Doofley has taken the measure-
ments of William J. Bryan and says:
J'He wud like to Btay In Lincoln, Nee-
firaskv, llstenln' to th' chirp lv th*
Hessian fly In th' wheat, but Jooty
*lags him end he must respond. Whin
\ man has a unanimous call fr'm hlm-
felf to lead hlmsllf to vlcthry on
<blatform made be himsllf, they're
^awthln* fr him to do but obey."
\ The Daily Ardmorite says that
tvhen Web Davis take« the stump for
Ihe demo, rats this fall, the amount of
Shuee and vituperation that will be
purled at him by the republican, press
ytll be something terrific. The Ard-
norlte ha* forgotten that Just a short
*lme ago It was the democratic press
fhat wan telling the truth about Mr.
t The statistics of our foreign trade
cor the fiscal year Just closed show an
Jicrease in value of over three hun-
dred million dollars as compared with
|he preceding year, while the propor-
lon cfcrrled In American ships was
•ever > small—a cnvAltkm that will
ompel the passage of legislation at
he next sesalon of congrvsa for the
evlval of American shipping In our
Willy WaJly Astor Indulged In a
lece of snoblsm and grossly Insulted
'aptain Archibald Milne, an officer
tand high In English naval circles.
,Jow the sup rem arbiter of KngllsH
jocloty. U*> Prince of Wales, has cut
VTlly Wally lAstor. and the latter ha*
iuddenly departing for tiermuny in so-
Jlal disgrace. Willy Wally Astor Is
lonely related to Jack Asstor, and he
liows his breeding.
! ■ .. -
I The ypsolopus pome tell us, or comet
iUg, has made his appearance, after
*n absence of 110 years, and the first
ilng his bngnhlp did was to bite an
otress by the name of Jessie Mae
taM, who Uvea at Ylnrta, Indian
%rrltory, but who is now In London.
ingla.nl, with a theatrical company
lU* Hall wishes it distinctly under-
,(*wl that the bug did not bite her for
e c h 'iang on to the eyebrow of the political
coun-! univpr*e? JIas he not failed enough*
upon. : I'oes ho want to contiuue his old Job
nt in- I of political failure? In other words,
does he hope to have the fusion nomi-
In the American flag and strut forth that a good many democrats are men-
°,1'y pa,lri""'' whlu' ">• >' 11 j tlonlng than 1.. .houlj have It-and
nounce the administration for th.- | . ,
pacification nf the Philippine Inlands
and Its efforts to give to their in-
ongratulate the people
Neither the paat nor the prest
spires them with any l.op< fo
future of their country. Ii .s amusing j
to see the Bryaafces wrap themselves nal,°n again this year?
habitants tii^ best government which
they are capable of enjoying."
A careful reading of the democrat-
ic platform will disclose no "lamenta-
tions" and cannot possibly be con-
strued Into "a tale of woe." Nowhere
does it repent of Its past acts, and
promise better l ehavlor in the fu'ure
It never once casts Its eyes In the di-
rection of the mercy s<;at, and. al-
though Its belly is only filled with
husks, It has never learned to sing
Home Sweet Home."
The democratic platform, In order
Oo become a Jeremiad, would have to
read something hke thl«:
We have «e -n affliction and hav.
been chastised by the rod of wrath.
''Our heads are Inclosed in the
armour plate of ignorance, and we get
"The multitude have opened Uieir
mouths against us, th. v
gnash their teeth; they \ their
h.-ads and cry in d«r1s!on: 'Is this the
source we must k ok to for ddlv r
"Our eyes do All wfth tears: our
bowels are troubled; our liver is out
of order, anil we are made deso;.<te.
"The prophets have said Main and
foolish things concerning us, but the
peoplm have discovered our InPi.uty
and we are doomed to denotation.
"We are a derision to all the peo-
ple; we are cost off from the altar,
and are abhorred in the sanctuary:
we have been delivered into the hahd
of our enemy.
"Our persecutors are swifter than
the eagles of heaven; they pursue us
upon the mountains; 'they lay In wait
for us In the valley.
"Our Inheritance Is taken from us:
we are orphans and fatherless.''
A platform along the lines Indi-
cated above could very properly be
termed a "Jeremiad," and If the doc-
ument had been penned by one
possessing the same high of
honor thalt actuated the prophet when
he wrote his lamentations It would
have contained these confessions and
But the author of this wonderful
document, the Hon. William Jennings
Bryan, of Lincoln, Neb . hopes to de-
tract the public eye from past demo-
craKIc delinquencies by running amuck
through the work of the present ad-
ministration and the prosperity the
country is now enjoying.
Inferentlally, Mr. Bryan's platform
says the United States have no real
prosperity; that the freeing of Cuba
and fitting the island for self-govern-
ment, Is a piece of inhumanity; that
Dewey should have sneaked awnv
th the same sardonic purpose as
actuated Tammany In t'ts desire to
have David B. Hill nominated for
money coming to him he usually has
to go after tt several times.
She was truly a wise spinster tha
said she would rather bo laughed at
for not being married than to be un-
able to laugh because she was.
REFLRCTIOHiS OF A 11 AC III-:LOB
(Prom the New York Press.)
Love and Jealously leave off where
No man who has kept single has>
ever been really disappointed in love.
A woman can forgive almost even*
vice president. Tammany desired to i thing in a man
kill Hill off once for ull, knowing that
the Bryan ticket would be defeated.
The Oklahoma democrats know that
a sacrifice has to be made—that th«
fusion nominee, or any other nominee,
excepting republican, must go down
to oblivious defeat In this campaign
and they know of no one more worthy
of defeat and complete oblivion than
But would this not be a novH thing,
a debate between a man who has
proved himself an ignominious failure
in congress, and one who prove 1
himself more than a triumphant suc-
cess? Flynn passed the bill and it
would seem that Callahan should eat
the mule In silence. This would be
like Gabriel debating wfth Lucifer. The
man who has proved himself thorough-
ly successfully in congress. Is not apt
except his having
nothing to be forgiven for.
If men were half as bari as women
pretend to them they think they are
the devil could take a life vacation.
Women like warm weather because
It gives them a chance to tell about
the warm weather they arn'i wearing.
'A woman's idea of a skillful doctor
is one that will tell her every once in
a while that he soul Is wearing out
Norman Transcript: Postmaster
Rosalius was in from Etowah on
Monday and tells us,of a stirring wolf
hunt whlchtook ulace in that vicinity
one day last week In which twenty-
flve men and a number of do^s took
part. Some thirty large timber wolves
wj-ro rounded up, of which four were
killed and a number wounded. One of
the dogs outran the others in chas-
1 ■ wolf an bid a fltfOt fttrht with
It: giving it a good fight until the
other dogs came up and it was killed.
Three of the wolves were shot.
Anoher circle hunt will be held soon.
At an early hour this I
morning Dr. and Mrs. McKenna, who
Hv. at 111 West Fourth street, were 1 | A "p 1 A
awakened by the presence of a man > > U Jd* ilVC*
In their room. Mrs. McKenna first saw
the burglar as he was going through
the pockets of her husband* trousers,
and her efforts to awaken her hus-
band scared the burglar so badly that
he fled end took the trousers with
him. He made his exit through an
open window. Mrs. McKenna could
not tell whether the burgar was a
white man or a negro. He secured
nothing of any value except the doc-
Were brewed and served
exclusively to the millions
No woman is thought much of by
the other women of the town until she
has had at least one operation that
took two doctors.
Women can always get along to-
gether. because If they haven't any-
thing else In common they can a! •
ways compare their neighbors.
Half the time when you hear
be found debating with one who nian another man a "hog," It is
' because the second man has gr* what
the first man would get if he could.
proved himself worthless.
So Mr. <'aJlahan's attempt to resur-
rect himself by this challenge will
prove frultlesa It is only a fomenta-
tion of hot air.
Mr. Callahan exhausted himself when
given a complete chance, and there is
no use now for him to attempt to pump
vitality into either himself or his
party, for this campaign or any other.
Ol T WITH IT
It is peculiar that the old desire of
certain men to hang on to the coat
tall of Mr. Flynn or Mr. Barnes will
not die out. We should think it would
be enough for men to run as republl-
When you are eating a dinner that
a woman has cooked, she expects you
to spend half the time It takes you to
eat it talking about how good H is.
Edmond is completing one of the
finest Catholic churches tn the terri-
Cattlemen in Cleveland county are
complaining of loss of stock from
A man named Cannon w
cans and Individuals—to stand purelv ' En,d ^ the Fourth of Ju,y on the
,u , Charge of disturbing the peace. He
th",r OWn ^rsonal but, taken before the police Judge who
some seem <to fear these, and in th?
Logan county campaign we see men
running as "Flynn" men or as
Neither Mr. Flynn nor Mr. Barnes
has anything to do wfth this. Neither
<4 them have any ytvlidldatim whatever1.'
They may have individual choices, but
wo understand Mr. Flynn is not put-
ting his force behind any individual
candidate, and neither is Mr. Barnes.
Of course, there are so-called '^Flynn
promptly discharged him.
At Muscogee a man named HlaHl,
who murdered his wife because Khe
refused to live with him, has b°en
held to the United States court with-
out ball and stands a good show to
The Norman Transcript says that
ex-Sheriff HI Downng's yield of
wheat this year was 4,560 busheis
from 149 acres or an average yield of
over 28 bushels to the acre. He thresh-
ed last week.
men" and "Barnes men" supporting i
every candidate, and in the support of ! A* Pawhuska. Agent Metscher,
each will be found a general mixture; fu8ed to glv* ,hr#'e >'°un* Osage bucks
... , ii, I their checks at the recent navmcnt
,n why nhould any put «r,M up- went hom„ an„
on 'the fact that he is either a "Flynn" j their blankets and put on citizens'
or a "Uames" man? j clothes. The agejit also told them
The republican party has heard ' ,haI th*y mu8t a*k f r their money in
from Manila, after he had beH th, -nourh or thi. old nKht. n. th ,id.. ,wh";h
Spanish, anil l.fl those Island, to th* , mould let It die. There I. no further u.e. ™ " 10
rapine and murder Incident to savage j use for it. It never had anything but i
elVH war; tha* Admiral Dewey and I general republican Injury In It. The < abandoned military reservat
Ovnml OUa lied when th.w pa trim a | r.u-t that a man runs ti. a -Flvn ... .F0.rt 1"*n appraised
A Mimi Important Branch of the Mtt*
During the American Civil War It
required nearly two years to ascertain
the fact that cavalry, when well hand-
led, are the rao6t effective troop# of
any arm nt the service. Properly com-
manded, they can be made of Invalua-
ble service In scouting, and are thus
called the eyes of the army; they are
good, and sometimes indispensable, for
covering j^retreat or in executing flank
movemen" In short, well-appointed
horsemen can be used to advantage in
many ways. By the *nd of the Ameri-
can Civil War the Federal cavalry had
been brought to such perfection that
It was considered the finest organisa-
tion in the world. From the start the
Confederate horsemen were renowned
for rapid marches, great endurance
and savage onslaught, as it was com-
posed of young men that had been in-
ured to the saddle all their lives. In
consequence the Northern array was no
match for them until the War Depart-
ment became conscious of the inferior-
ity of this branch of the service, as
judged by that of the enemy. When
the decision was gained that It was
indispensably necessary to strength-
en, mobilize and drill this branch
of the army rapid strides were
made, and long before Lee sur-
rendered at Appomattox the horsemen
of the North were the finest body of
troopers ever brought together. Euro-
pean armies have always paid great
attention to cavalry, and in conse-
quence there are many remarkable in-
stances of efficiency and wonderful gal-
lantry displayed by not only isolated
detachments but whole divisions of j
mounted men. At Cedar Creek, Va.,
when Sheridan saved the day after his I
army had been defeated In the morn- j
ing by the rebel General Early, the
cavalrv of the army of the Shenandoah
pursued the finally beaten Confeder-
ates for miles and captured 5.000 pris-
oners. together with an Immense
amount of military stores. With such
commanders as Sheridan and Murat,
well equipped, well drilled and s*a-
floned cavalry are woll-nigh invinci-
For County Attorney
I will be a candidate 'or the office of
county attorney of Logan < ounty be-
fore the republican nominating conven-
tion. ADALBERT HUGHES.
I will be n candidate for the office of
county attorney or Logan county, sud-
Ject to the action of the republican nom-
F 8. LAWRENCE.
I hereby announce myself a candidate tee* thnt the county conventions to elect
for county treas'jrer, subject to th? ac - ..—
tlon of tke republican c >unty conven-
tion. CHRIS JOHNSON.
The State Capital Is authorized to
announce the name of W. R.
Btapleton as candidate of the of-
fice of county treasurer of Logan
county, subject to the action of
the republican nominating con-
For 4 ounty An*e*Nor
I hereby announce myself for th« office
of county assessor •>( l.. gan county,
subject to Che will of th. repub'lcan
convention. R. a. boys.
Roger Mills 3
Woodward 7 v
Osage Reservation •
Ot"e Reservation 2
P"nca Reservation S
Kiowa A Commanche Res 2
Representation aa fixed Is based upon
one delegate at large from earh county
and one delegate for each one hundred
votes and major fraction thereof cast
for Hon. D. T. Flynn in 1898.
Th committee recommends to the
Chairman • f the several county commit-
delegates to said territorial convention
b > held on August 3 and the primaries
led relegafes to 'tie county
convention be held n July 31, but said
committee nre empowered to rtx other
dates if these are not locally satisfactory
By order of the Committee.
CHAB H. FILSON,
REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION
By direct wn of the republican cen-
tral committee the republicans of La-
gan county ire hereby ca *-«l to nie^t in
a d«d- Rii'e convention at Fullers hall In
the city of Guthrie nt 1 o clock a. m.
1 on the L'Sth day of Ju V 1**. for the pur-
For County Purveyor "f mnouneing the nam** of mem-
-T ' b rs of :he central committee and nomin-
B. 8. Reeves, of Woodland town- atlng candidates t r the various county
ship, announces himself as a can officer ° bo ^ f"r al th*'
dMaU for the office of ce«lt, ^^gj7u7t\^fT^."™rre5
sur\ eyor of Logan county, subject tr «asur.-r, .1 rk - uperlntendent of
to the action of the republican I public instruction, county attorney, eoun-
nominating convention. i ' ' ounty weigher. r«"nty «ur-
vey r. > "Toner, commissioner Of the 1st
dlstric . commlss «• r f the 2d district,
commit c.er "f the 1 district and also
for the city of Guhrle township two Jus.
tiee« of 'he i>e«c and two oonsitabl«* .
and any and all other officers to be voted
for at said election.
The )>■' :« rf r presentation for ea«h
precinct is "ne delegate at lerge and one
addlt.-'ti.-t' delegate for • ach fifteen votes
>f cast for J C.
. , - . at the gen-ral
second district, H«ctlon In November. lsOS. The «wo pre-
J RYAN. j, ■ thf. 2d ward. 'Juthrle hhall share
equally In the total vot • of that ward
State Capital Accordingly the .-ipportlonnient of dele«
f. r j gates is as follows:
For Connty t omuiinaioner
i announce herewith as a candidate for
county commissioner of the second dis-
trict, subject to the decision of the Lo-
gan county convention.
W. P. KELLOGG.
subject to the choice of the republican Fo«:.-r pr-bate Judge, at
commIs-aloner of itin «o,.nn^ 1 .....
THE CAPITAL NA>
TIOaAL BANK, OF
ITOUS EVEHY FA-
BUSINESS AND BE-
said tahk AgulnaBdo had never bc*n
recognized by thetn a« on ally; that
sound money and nn honest financial
plan should give away to the ignis
fatuus of free silver. These, and ntany
other croaks, are presented as the
only Issues democracy could muster
in an endeavor to formuatel a. tne
scheme to again get control of the
The democratic lead ere underesti-
mate the intelligence of the American
people when they hope to win on
suoh a platform. It Is a capping, cav-
iling document, presented by an al-
ready discredited prophet and l>oth
will be consigned Ho i>olltlcal oblivion
by the voters next Novembt
and the report approved by the sec-
" should be against hitn. retary of the Interior, who haa ordered
The fact 'that he runs as a republican register and receiver of the Wood-
and as a man—solely upon his qualifi-
cations for the office and his work In
the past for republicanism—should be
largely to his merit.
That this old sore is attempted fo
be run Into every local campaign lt
; ward land office to offer the lands ti
sale commencing on rynober f> of
this year. There are 3!>,OAO acres and
I It must l>e sold for not less than the
appraised value and none of It for less
j than 11.25 per acre.
The supreme court of the state of
There appears to be a resurrection
over in Kingfisher county. Tfie de-
fuiict bas ciome to life again. He r.i .ses i . .. . I
1 he unluc ky man seidoni betters •
up in the midst of tombstones of his himself by changing his position. i
own making and cries oiK a challenge, i
ridiculous. Such action by Partlaana | Kaiuw. haa hrtd In tfc caae of young
dot s no good to anyone—and certainly | Kernstett. a sixteen year old boy who
does not enhanc the party at large. | went to Harper county, from Oklaho-
j rna, and while there murder -<l h s
cousin with a corn knife, and hid her
body In a well, that the fuct of his
being young did not exempt him from
| the coneequenoen of his awful crime,
i Tn the appeal the attorneys sought to
his ' have him escape with a sentence of
. "ne year, contending that the severest
penalty that could be pasned was im-
>wes the shoemaker ' prlsonment for one year, owing to the
i fige of the murderer, who was eligible,
! It was claimed, only to the reformitory
try to make a friend °r sentence, but the court said
.•that none were too young to hang for
murder In the first degree.
< II14 A4.0 XKH M CKOVKRBM.
The Idle mnn posse, a long, tire
When a man goes a-broad
wife sometimes goes a-long.
The man who
cajinot call his sole his own.
Tt's folly t
of a man that your dog dislik<
If you want to hear a hard luck story
Just ask a man for the money he owes
The less we have the easier it is
share it with others.
I am a candidate for fherlff of I.og^an
county, subject to the republican nomi-
1 hereby put my name before the repub-
licans of Ix>gan county for the office
of th'-riff. subj ct to t ho Judgment of
live repub'loan county oonvenfon.
E. P. KELLBY.
1 am a candidate for sheriff before the
republican county convention, and sub-
Jeot to its decision. J. J ESTES.
J. W. Ray reques
to announce that he |8 a candMat
the nomination on th republlonn tick"
et for commissioner of the l t District!
subject to the choice of the county e n Precincts
vention. City of Guthrie—
I 1st ward
I hereby announce myself a can- | HI waT<J. Ei,^t
dldate for county commissioner for 3d'wTrd
the first district. Loiran county, j 4th ward
subject to the repub'iean nominnt- ward
lrg convention. A. W. KOONTZ. S?5ShJnUtI5SSp
(>ak VI w tow n-Kp ...
I hereby announce myself a candJ- i Rose Hill townsh p
date for county commissioner of ^•"rln-rr't township
the nr« district of Logan county. frm^Momxi' VoWniJitp' 11
subject to the choice of the rcpubll- |"Woodland tow-ship ....
Spring <"reek township .
Bpringvsle township —
nine© myj.-lf a. a candl- i?"!''!'. """"
nchool*. .ubJic!tnto theUact!on*of^ttio re- 'iiWrtl, !.
publican county convention
C. II. RANDOLPH.
can convention. O. P. COOPER.
| For County ftnperlntenrient
I hereby announce myself a.s a oand'a-
date for county superintendent of pub- a , 6j>?o.
lie Instruction for Logan i -mty «ub- ^PrlnK''',l J
Ject to the action of the repuhllcan non Sprlngvale townsh
vention. HOMER A. A RENDS.
For Probate J ndge
1 nm a candidate for probate Judge be-
fore the republicans of the county, sub-
ject to the choice of the party In oon-
vention assembled. C. W. GOODRICH.
1 hereby anounce myselr a candidate
for the office of probate Judge -.f Lnga*
court - subject to th<- g-tlon of the re-
publican nominating oonvrntfon
FRED R. MORGAN.
The Itev. J. Y. Callahan. In ord- r to
■how that he Is still upon earth. Im* is-
sued a d«fl to Mr. Flynn. 11 des iSg
to debate with lr. Flynn on the propo-
sition us to whether Flynn did not kill
«hs Free Hoihefl bill in congresg in I M,
whftn Odrt Callahan had chargt of it on , u
| The man under arrest at Tepeka,
: Kan., supposed to he Bob Christian.
Some pec ple are so disagreeable ' th® celebrated outlaw, turned out to
they ftn-1 ashamed whe nthey laugh. \ another party. Boh and Bill Christian
—- and Jim Casey broke jail at Oklaho-
Ono mu t have unlimited confidence nia City on June 26. is<w; Casey shot
In order to enjoy love and sausages. Marshal Jones and was In turn shot
. by a policeman. The Christian boys
A superstitious individual says It Is escaped.
l'.uj sign to writ# another man's I " ■>
on u note.
JJu iv u understand that Mr. •'..Wuhan' An T,l"h "tudent says the posthum-
dMlrc to tbu. put hlnia.lt tn tho li. li-T f,ul* " "rk* of the «- "low ho
,.r . .v . ^ . writes after he is dsad.
Was he not the mighty man In charge I __
ttt l*Ul aC tliitt linict lis j It gems i^uecr thai when a nan has
TERRITORIAL EXCHANGt GISTS
Enid Journal Ivan Q. Conkllng. be-
ing aatlaflMl with the honors his party
ha« given him has so far given up the
For Register oflici'ili
I hereby announoe myself for register
of d eds subject to the action ->f the re-
publican convention. O L. BROOKS.
1 hereby announce inyaelf as a can4l-
dat4 for rsgtetcr of dssdt for Logan
o unty, jeihjei r to the notion of the re-
publican county nomlt atlrg tonvsrvtion.
FRED L. CRESS.
1 am a canc.nate for register of deeds
of Logan -ounty. subject to the seise
tlon of tihe republloan county con ven-
tion. JOHN GOLOBIB
I hereby announce myself n candidate
for the nomination of the office of r- g
lster of deeds of Logan county, subject
to the art ion o" "
For County Clerk
1 hereby announce myself as a oandl-
date for office of county t lerk of Logan
county subject to the will of the repub-
lican county oonventiun
R. P. MvRTON.
superintendent, subjo. t to the will «if
the republican convention of Lonan
The State Capital is authorized to an
nounce the name of Miss Alma Carson
for the offlc- of County Superintendent
of Public Instruction, subject to the
republican nominating convention.
I will be a candidate for the council In
the next legislature for tb« 9th couno-1
district At the earnest solicitation of
hundreds of friends.
WIN'FIELD R SMITH.
For .lustiee of Peace.
vr. H. McCarver authorizes the
State Capital to announce ldg
name as a candidate for th" office
of Justi.-e of the pggo* ti,.- Guttata
city precinct, subject to ffio will i f
the republican nominating conven-
The iirlmarles for th" seirctlon of tbw
ab ive dolegatSR ^hall be held on the 26th
hereby (jay of July, 19frt at 2 o'clock
CALL FOR TERRITORIAL REPUB-
LICAN* CONVENTION TO NOM-
INATE A CANDIDATE FOR
DELEGATE TO CON-
t4vi> country ar.d
city of Outline.
W M RPlTRLOCK,
II. A I1ERWIG, & crotary.
o'clock p. m. In th«
REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION
T\\ direction of tho republican c-ntral
committee a delegate convention of the
reptib'lcans of Ixtgan county Is Imrreby
railed to meet in be city f Guthrie <ro
th. M day ««/ Aufint. 1900. at t o'clock p.
ni . for the purpose of elect ng twenty,
four delegates to attend the barrtorlai
congressional convention w-hioh m*«eis .n
Guthrie on August 8th, 1900. to nominate
cjindldnfe for dolegate to congress of
the United States
The basis of representation for each
prec net I* one delegate at Uuge and one
art4ltlon.il ti• 'T-te [■ t each twenty votes
Ui,d major fraotic.n therreof cast for D T
Flynn at 'he general election In l*!V The
two preolni'is i tne :d ward, Guthrie,
shall phare equally In tha total vote of
Acordtngly 'he apportionment of de?e-
City of Ou'hrle-
ist ward •
2d ward, enst ..
2d ward, went ...
Guthrie townxhlp .
Votes. No. del.
Complying with tho directions of the (',,k View township
..ililli'dn T..rl tnplo I C.n t ... i r. Cf* .. <-nl tilW UmIi 111
Rot>ubllcan Territorial Central Com,., ,-
tee at a meetln* held in Oklahoma City
on April 4. 19« 0. n conventioTi „f the re-
publicans of Okla ho nui T'-rrltory |n dsia-
guts convention la hereby called to i.a M'
held at Guthrie on the Hth day of August ^
1900 at 10 o'clock a. m.. for the purp se of
nominating a candidate for delegate ui
Counties will be entitled to repr s.filia-
tion In aeJd convtmtion as follows:
Crescent township ,
Spring Cre-k township .
Iron Mound township .
Rose Hill township
orlando township —
N Mulhall township ...
H Mulhall township
I Lawrie, township
H[ r1iig.r tow# h:p —
Spring vale townahip ...
H Cimarron township .
N Cimarron township .
The primaries for the ft lection of the
almve ti' lefc-.t <•* .-ija.il be held on the Mat
dav iff Jul> I'-, at t o'clock i> m in the
country and v o'clock p m Ui 1he oJty of
i; ittirle, North Mulhall and South Mul-
hall shall heiid u union pr.<inary at tha
school house In Mulhall city.
W M PI'UHLOCK, < 'hairman.
IL A. 11LRU1G, Secretary. ,rman*
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