The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 49, Ed. 1, Monday, August 4, 1902 Page: 4 of 8
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TJHt LEAD aOTHRIE OKLAHOMA MONDAY AUGUST 4 1&02.
t.KSLIte'o NtllLACK KDITOR
MKMimit or Tim associated rnBss
PnbJIsfc'-'l Dally except Sunday by tho
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Joe month. --lellTercd In city".
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For Count Clerk.
The Leader In authorised to announce the
name of Job D.'buon as a candidate tor
county clerk (subject decUlon of the pri-
maries Aug. i.
For County Attorney.
The Leader l authorised to announce the
name of V. U IUSUOD a a candidate for
County Attorney nubjcct to the decision ot
the Democratic primaries Aur 2B. IP(K.
ThlS-ader In authorised to announce the
uame ot FKL1X ADLEll. as a candidate for
County Tresurcr. subject tp the Democratic
primaries. Aug. (8. IWK.
For Commissioner First District
The leader is authorised so announce the
name of J. IX DUHKB as a 'Candidate for
County Outnmlsstoner of the First District
subject to the action of the Democratic pri-
maries Aug 28 109J.
For Commissioner Third District
The Leader IS aiithnrled to announce -the
name of JOHN HKDHECOCK.as a candidate
for County Commissioner of the Third Dis-
trict subject to the action of Democratic
primaries Aug S8.1WK m
The Leader Is authorized toannouute the
name of T. A. Dyrne a- a candidate ior
county commU'loner ior the Third District
sucject to the action of the primaries on
The Leader Is authorised to announce the
tameofCapt II. n. COOPKK as a candi-
date for County Commissioner of the Third
District subject to the action of the Demo-
cratic primaries Aug 8 IOCS.
The Leader Is authorised to announce the
name of J . IlOl'KINS as a. candidate for
County CommlsJloncr of theThird District
suujecc 10 iuc actum ui iuc ucutmint
primaries. Aug 20. IKtt
The Leader Ik authorised to announce the
name of W. K. t ATTKKSOK. an a candidate
for the omce of Coroner of Logan County
subject to the action ol. the Uemocratlc pri-
maries. Aug. 28 iwa.
For Justice of the Peace.
The Leader Is authorized to announce the
name of A M.KIM) for Justice or the Peace
tor the city ofautbrte subject to the action
of the Democratic primaries Aui 28 1WC
For Deregate to Congress.
MONDAY AUGUST 4 1902.
Flymn and gratitude won by 3000.
McOulro and timber cutting stand to
logo by 10000.
Taxes amounting from ?40.000 to
$50000 on Lof.nn county railroads can
not fail to benefit taxpayers. Now Is
the time to securo tho roads.
Tho extorsive yards and sidetracks
now in course of construction by the
Choctaw is ovidonco of their lntont to
mnko this a central point in their
No Republican can lay Hands on the
Dinglcy tariff and sustain tho shock.
Te only way to deal wltn it success-
fully is to elect Democrats to con-
r88. If McQuire continues tho investiga-
tion of his record as a persecutor of
alleged timber cutters it Is indro than
likely ho will leave itho reporters at
homo next time.
The transfer of tho destination of
eight of Morgan Lino steamers from
New York to New Orleans over to
Galveston math's an Important epoch
In tho history of the Toxas city. 1 i
Tho Hon. William Cross has ar-
ranged to liven vacation time with
speeches in twelve "cities of fho ter-
ritory this month. Dill makes it so
warm for itopublluun fallacies that
tho weather actually scorns cool in
Tho John Allan dual to awpp 3000
nilddlo-of'tho-rood Vopullsts for two
Oklahoma legislators is olther an tin-
precdented price for tho legislators or
a low valuation on the gontlomon
Tho extent to which klckors and
knockers will go is ovidonoed In tho
vicious deal of John Allan with tho
Republican campaign committee.
Howovpr this wild mischlotniakor
represents no one-but himself and salt-
reelecting Populists should not ho
Tho Democratic pross objoots to
ie Republicans telling what thoy
have donu to ourb tho trusts. Tho
trouble with tho Democratic party if
that it has dono nothing on this quefi
tlon-TimeUvTournal. 'And 'what is
more It doe. not propose to as long as
the Republican party remains in pow -
. j .. .-.
? and fosters thom.
HANNA'S SIX-DAY GABFEST.
Now that it septus Co be settled that'
.Bc-nator Hanna will
talk for a week
In Indians ilurtet the approachlnij
which the country has been threaten-
ed by Republican managers 1b evi
dently so oertnln lhat many wary per-
sona will take to tho woods.
Nevertheless. It must bo confessed
that tho situation Is sufficiently ser-
ious from tho Republican viewpoint.
to justify Mr. Hanna In his six-tlays-go-as-ydu-pleaso
wlrtdjammlnl- Blunt In
TnanKS.to a more luny eniigmonea
public sentiment tho monopoly cor-
poratlons whoso interests Mark Han I
na represents in public life aro in con
jslderablo danger in so far as a perm
anent enjoyment of their monopolies
is concerned. If over .thcro was need
of the crafty Hanna tongue to talk
itc cunningest in. behnlf of the trusts
that need exists right now.
The chnnccs are however that II is
too lato for oven so shrewd a cam-
paigner as Senator Hanna t'6 turn the
tide of tho political flood now setting
against the Republican party. Recent
events have taught tho people so con-
vincingly that tho tariff is but an op-
pressive tax which they must pay and
that tho trusts created by tho tariff
are robbing them to tho bono under
tho protection of tho tariff that oven
six days of uninterrupted gab from
tho great apostle of tho trusts will bo
without avail to savo tho trusts.
Senator Hanna will bo wasting his
breath on tho stump. Tho tlm'o for
talk has passed. Tho American peo-
ple aro prepared for action. Republic
.. A BOOMERANG RECORD.
Arrests for timber cutting are us-j
ually made under warrants issued at'
tho suggestion of tho United States j
attorney's office or by that office en-i
dorscd. It appears from an El Rono
dispatch that Mcflulre had grown a
bit uneasy about his- record on that
subject and went to the clerk's office
to look tho matter up In company with
a reporter. Everything was found in
satisfactory shape'' according to the
dispatch which says:
"Tho records for tho past five years
wero looked over and but ono man's
nnmo could bo found who Berved even
a Jail sentence and ho was convicted
of selling cedar posts that ho had cut
from an Indian allotment."
The dispatch goes on to say that
hundreds of cases were tried in Cana-
dian county for cutting timber.
Now that according to tho dispatch
presents an oxcellent record ono in
fact we arc assured whlcn Is sufficient
ti overcome a strong Democratic ma
jority in thnt county whon tho people
find out the trno status of affRirs.
Assuming that th& inspired dispatch
presents tio trno status it certainly
U a bea)it
Let us examine it (
Hundreds of arrests have been
made on warrants Issued at tho in-
stigatlon of tho assistant United
States attorney even though ho may
have signed his principal's name to
some of them marshal's fees and at-
torney fees collected 'hundreds of
cases piled up and one lono man con-
victed. At this season of the year when the
real fruit is so fine it would&bcjun-
pardonablo slang to sny that (ho rec-
ord Is a "peach". '
Tho dispatch poos on to say that
McGulre left on tho fhst train. That
is not at ail surprising. Almost any
man would havo dono tho samo thing.
CLOSE CONTRACT THIS WEEK.
A direct lino from Woodward fxxtsldo of three days sho was upon
Woods. Garfield and Grant countloB to'ner fQetand at tho end of ono week
tho Capital City is too Important a waa entlrol wofl.w For sale by C.
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Thoso counlos nro rich and popu-
lous. Woods and Woodward nre ljttle
empire all by thameelvos while no
finer land 1b to be found in the terrl
tqry than that of Garfle.! and Grant
Wo need tho friondly
and trado of this section; thoy want merged.
direct connections with Uie Capital
City and moan to hayo Jt ovon if they Went to Visit His Sister
have to he)p chango tho'focafion. a. J. Cottingham -vqnt to Washing
The Denver. Bnld and Gu'lj will elth ton county Ark to seo his slstqr and
or como to Guthrio or pass Uy on 'he while there was taken with flux (dys-
west. Wo can not afford that. We ) owtory) and was very bad off. Ho
railed ono railroad and don't n&an decided to try Chaml-jrlaln's Colic
evor to miss another 1 Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and
The bonus Is light. It is Jnlgnifl- y-was so much pleased with tho prompt
cant when aoraparod to tho Inlflr&its euro which It offeoted that he wrote
involvod and tho alternativo prawnt- the nianufaeturors a letter In praise
ed - aj-fc- v of their medicine. Mr. Cottingham re-
-.- r-" tides at Lockland Ark; This remedy
Daafness Cannot Be Cured fn. BnB .v n - Ronfro dnmcisL
by local applications aa they canneit rfacb
tne uneasea portion 01 me ear
ere t 1
Icnly one way to oure deflfnow a
to by constitutional remedies. tmfnM
U caucl by an tnflumm.d oonaittea of
the mueous Unlnx of the nuataqbten
J W- r.m1&7
1 matioii can be taken out ana tli
1 ignored to Un normal eonrtitlon. hatinj
!) h destroyed for ever: nln ei-u out
of tA are coined Jt'V catarrh wjKh U
notWaff but an Inflamed condition of tho
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jU.. rannot be ured by HalU Cuarro
Whfn the first keen wind if winter
begin to lw felt in be North
invalid lit hurried away by anxious friends
to the kindlier Climate of the South
cause is Apparent
as vou look at the
I hollow checks and
listen to the rasp
ing cough of the
with weak lungs
ana severe uemor-
of climate made
use of Dr
lungs cures obsti-
nate coughs and
builds up the body
with sound healthy
flesh It contains
opium cocaine nor
"I feel that I owe a
debt of gratitude to
friend for recom-
mending your medi-
cine si well as to
you fot prepirlng
such grand remedies
for chronic dUeitses
esoecialtv. which the
doctors failed to reach" writes I n Stapler
Bsq of Barclay Osage Co. Kan. "I desire to
pass the good word along for the benefit of
others who need your remedies I urn a ralt-
roan agent and lour years ago my wore keep-
log me in a warm room and stepping out fre-
mently Into the cold air gave me bronchitis
which became chronic and deen seated. Doe-
tors failed to reach raycate ami ndritedmeto
try a higher air. but fortunately for me. a friend
alio ad-Hud me to try Dr Pierce's medicine! I
commenced takini Your ' Golden Medlral Dis
covery' and by the time I had 'aken the first
bottle I was better and after taking about four
bottles ray cough was entirely gone. This was
a year ago last winter and again last winter I
took about three bottles to prevent a return of
the trouble. I have found no necessity for seek-
ing another climate "
Free. The Common Sense Medical Ad-
vise? 1008 pages cloth bound sent free on
receipt of 11 one-o-nt stamps to pay ex-
pense or mailing only
Pierce Buffalo N. YT
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Auuress ur. k. v.
This week should witness tho close
of tho contract. Thoro are other
things to bo done but "ono thing at
a time and that completely finished
before another is taken up" is tho
motto that wins.
It Is hot and It Is little. short of
cruelty to compel tho committee to
run after you.
The committee will como to see you
If you do not como to seo them and
when thoy do remember that they aro
Intelligent business men representing
the city's Interest and yours qulto as
much as their own.
Do not search tor oxcuses. Tho
road to ruin in both Individual and
municipal lifo Is paved with them.
Guthrio has a record to maintain
and a future to carvo out and unless
hor citizens do those things they
must romain forever undone.
This bonus can bo and will bo rais-
ed and this week is tho tlmo to to it.
A YOUNG LADY'S LIFE SAVED.
At Panama Columbia by Chamber-
Iain's Colic Cholera and Di.
Dr. Chas. H. Utter a prominent
physicians of Panama Colombia in
a reoent letter states: "Last March
I had as n patient a young lady six-
teen years of age who had a very
bad attack of dysentery. Evorythlns:
I prescribed for her proved Ineffectual
and she was growing worse every
hcur. Her parents wero sure sho
would die. She had become so weak
that she could nbt turn over In bed.
What to do at this critical moment
was a study for me but I thought of
Chamberlain's Coc Cholera and Di-
arrhoea Remedy and as a last rc'sort
prescribed it. Tho most wonderful
result was effected. Within eigne
hours sht was feeling much better;
. .. .
The Amorfcan-'"'Natlanal Dank of
South McAloslor has moved into the
building of tho SA-t0 National Dank
of that city and tho sale of tho lattor
to tho former has "boon ratified and
business transferred; and all business
Up to Date
Have you een the new Dp to Dato
bar ono door west of tho new city
h&HT The Bwcllest Uttlo place In tho
I ORLAN CLYDE CULLEN
Courwellor-al lw U. S. 8uir roe Curt
Kel.U-red Attoruer V i-ittnt Orae.
V. S. vrd Foreign Patents
ubsK w WASHINGTON DjJTJ
for SOFT DELINKS the best.
for DR.UGS the best a.nd cheapest
torCJlUAHb. the finest
for DRUGGISTS'SiSUNDRIES. you for PRESCRIPTIONS of pure drugs
win mixfce no misi.Ke;
Renfro Drug Co.
freslfdruRaspSlty Opposite P. O. 206 W. OMclhOlTlci AVG.
Coories the Lsxrgest
and at prices the lowest
Established in Guthrie
5- SantaJFe'Watcli ' jfospector
L pvv-N's' jg
g No. 116 Oklo.. Avenue fa
REFLECTIONS OF A BACHELOR
(From tho Now York Press.)
Good coffeo washes down many a
bitter domestic pill.
No fat woman ever got thinner by
comparing herself with other fat
Did any man ever doubt tho sin-
cerity of a 'notorious flirt when she
got to sighing at him?
Some men aro kept so busy talking
common sense to their1 wives that
they don't havo tlmo to have any
It makes a weman tt all wrought
up on her household expenses to think
how rich her husband would bo If ho
wasn't so scrupulous and honorable.
(Fro mtho Indianapolis Nows.)
"Wyndo is a tiresome chap."
"What's ho doing now?"
"Blowing about what ho blew in at
The Knife Has Cut
Prices so you can help me clean up the summer low cuts. I bought the Bower stock
and I will forfeit $100 if prices here quoted are not less than flr6t cost. J
2 pairs Children's RedSandals 10 to
10J .. ..$
5 pairs Children's Black Oxford Tie
8 to 10 ...- -
2 pairs Children's Red Sandals 11
0 pairs Children's Red Sandals 0 to
8 pairs Children's Blackl5xfords5
to 7 ...... - ...
9 Children'sBlack Dougola Oxfords
0 to 8 J
9 pairs Children's Brown Fedora
9 pairs Children's Chocolate But-
ton 8 to 11$ -j
pairs Children's Black Lace Lew
pairs Misses Red Sandals 12
pairs Misses dhocolate Button
Xava4 lO -"3 -..! jji-m 1 'i -1- 1 am t M t
The New York Racket Saves
for FINE SOAP
for HAMMOCKS and CROQUET
for TABLETS TBLANK BOOKS.
in the land
He Wanted a Cab.
Masons will appreciate tho humor
of this story: Pow men in Drooklyn
were better known or more liked than
I Sherlock proprietor of Tho Abbey an
enormously fat Ampnitryon whose
feasts wero never Interrupted by of-
ficious Jupltcr8. Whon Shorlock was
Initiated into his lodgo in Drooklyn
Uie night was tearfully hot On that
famous pilgrimage to erusaleJm which
all Initiates aro required to make his
perspiration rolled off in torrents
leaving a watery trail behind him.
Blindfolded he staggered along In-
wardly praying g for relief. Tho con-
ductor not shortening tho Journey an
lota but rather drawing out tho
agony happened to bo an old acquaint-
anco ot Sherlock who finally rccog-
titanl lil ipnlf-n Whnn Tin anM- "WnM-
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gontlomon" there wero several Initi
ates In tho party "your Journey is
jnarly ended; you are within 120 miles
ot Jerusalem." Shorlock gasped
"George don't you think we'd better
hiro a cab?" Tho utter weariness.
v retchednefs anguish and despair in
the voice caused an explosion that
broke up tho ceremony. Now York
A World Wide Reputation.
Chamborjaln's Colic Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy has a world wide
reputation for its cures. It never falls
and Is pleasapt and safe to take. For
sale by C. R. RSenfrow druggist".
(From Washington Times.)
Many men say their prayers by
proxy but very few do their cursing
Reputation Is the mean of lifo;
somo men havo to live up to It others
to live It down.
Nearly everyone rates himself at
his true valuation; but ho Is careful
to tako the world into his confidence
A woman never knows how much
she loves a man until sho loses him
and a roan nover knows how much ho
doesn't lovo a woman until be gets
0 pairs Misses Black Dongola Ox-
05 fords 18 to 1 - 70
8 pairs Misses Glove Calf Oxfofd
50 Ties 1J to 2 1 20
0 pairs Misses Black Oxford 12 to
-f to 2 . . 90
8 pairs Kooley Kloth 5-10-11-114-13
600 1 - - 85
' 26 pa'rs Ladies $3.00 Chocolate Ox-
50 fords 2 to 00
4 pairs Ladies' $1.00 Tan Walking
00 Shoes 3 to 8 J- . 100
0 pairs Ladies Black Oxfords 2 to
09 4 ... . . 1 50
" 8 pairs Misses Black Walking- Shoe
70 . 8 to 4 100
8 pairs Misses Black Walking
70 Shoes 8 to 8 . 50
5 pairs Old Ladies' Low Out 2$ to 3 50
90 5 pairs Cloth Top Slippers 3 to 4 80
11 pairs Satin Slippers Gold Red
90 Green 4 to 0 . 1 00
Our Exclusive Line
103 W. Harrison
& Paint Co
Whelesale & Retcv.il
Household xurnlture consisting of
parlor bedroom dining room and
kitchen furniture carpets and mat
ting. Inquire 103 South Ash BtreeL
. INTEREST paid on deposits
GUTHRIE SAVINGS BANK.
LOST A gold stick Elk pin; flndor
please leave at Leader office and.
THI CAPITOL A-
riQNAL BANK. OF
MA. OFMERS TO DE-
BUSINESS AND RE-
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