The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 89, Ed. 1, Friday, September 19, 1902 Page: 4 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 19. 1902.
'our to Hi various districts tweo wun
TUTE i jR A IJJB 1' enthusiasm for their work wfcich la I teen yejrs haa
e ---j -j--zLa jnat now beginning
Jf"i"z .J trmrin to brain hit Tl.lt
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Pawn-! "r lOaF' by ''
M HWttirTION ftATKtl-I)ll T
im month lellrered In ciiT
one mmith ny mad
Six mm. b
One year In artvanc
' i 'W
Nothing that hue. occurred
tad Mcfa a
Prof Calvert In drUc the ppojje oi Indian territory
to the i away from Oklahoma a has thia rll-
conntry schools arly In October and j Hanou campaign of calumny put up
will spar no pains lo assfst tile teacn- iy me icuera' uuicanwnurs wmra-
. .n.trir.. nfrtctwa in bullUinc . ed by the.stit-Mlsed Ropubllcan pre
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t ' up for l.ogan county a system OI puu- na weir iueuiiB ami ireuumum
i m He iichoola of the vary highest grade. headed by the ex-United Statee dh
m territory i O "! tf tf """ "I 1 L 1 I 4v 1 1 x
School books ana ocnooi supplies s
AT RENFRO fc UKUU 5d I UMfc.
For Delegate to Congress.
HON. EDGAR JONES I Perhaps Oklahoma could got along
FOR REPRESENTATIVE. J without Indian territory at Teaat qnlte
Th rAmnalan for renresentatlYe of . as well as Indian territory could get
he Eighth legislative district bldff fair along without Oklahoma hut that Is
to be a warm one trot there can II no
doubt of the result. The personal
not the question
The quoetlon Is what VlllJl) the
Keftllter of Heedn
Com mini loners
juticof toe Peace
jobnOverbaj. F m
I . vJk. I.. ' - t II. a MllAMnlli.M nf T.ir. Ian.
nniiMTV TICKET ' popularity or Hon. muKar w. juhm inii "i "i l"'" ui jmuhui .-
GOUNiY vrx ' ' hJ county which has boen demon- rltory from Oklahoma and a fight for
Frank ("smith . . .ii hr . ..io.i
W H Herml gtratcd too many limes to nunuv yi iw iiob (
KuKrneUlll . .. . . .i.i. AoTtntn
...c t.Kr.n ilnnlkT miKPl nil cicvuuu - ....
The Largest and Most Complete Stock in the City
and we are making reduced prices on School Supplies
Druggists' Sundries and Stationery. We also carry
Second Hand Books at a very low price. If you are
looking for a good thing you will go to Renfro's ...
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 19 1302.
Miles Allen and Edgar Jonos will
mako a Btrong legislative Uam.
The crushing anthracite etrikq goos
on tearing down fortunes and lives
and thrift- ' i
Tim result will bo exactly what tho
JID 1JUUU1I uwu"i ..-- -f
Felix Adier Twlce eted county attorney by ov- federal official gang and tho ox-foderal f
w h raiert erwhelmlng majoritlee and the Jinan- jpHldal candidate want a struggle for
' w k VatterVm imouB choice of the party in ' this X-m stntee and therefore no state at
m wriKbt a a canuifit for the nomln- all.
j d ""' aUon as delegate to congress. Is such It might as woll bo learned first as small Pox.
jobn nedgerSck a nle 0f succesaes as anr 1rna goold lnsf that the eastern states do not j An parties must clean up their
JaT ie proua of. ant and wl" not nave four United premises and alloys at onco. I am
As a man nmong men Mr. jonos nas statos senators irom tueso wrruor- making another tnorougn inspection
No hill of admission can ever an m C0U8e troublo for thoso who
that doen not cuarantoo that. nnv nn attention to tho health ordln-
'Thb conponuonce Is that whether wo nnens. Slons noured in nlloya Will
man in the assembly. like It or not tho destlnios of Oklaho-
Doing thus one of tbo most promln- ma and Indian territory aro inseparab-
ent Democrats in tho tcrrltorji will ly linked together and ono state will
eauso the opposing party to strain ev-''W tho ultimate outcomo no mattor
ory norvo to bring about his defeat how long It is delayed
and it therefore bohooves bis many n must bo apparent then that much
friends to boo to it that ho is elected jof this narrow talk about tho. unpre-
tsSSSSSfoSS.tt.F.o. 206 w. Oklahoma Ave.
G. A. R.
irttMcaKrteJ1 j " IM'JS few equal and no superiors and If lea.
ESr ue!attihdlaBar'JOe? electwl l0 tljo leSlslaturo. will isuro. frm
- . nno fnr Loiran county ono of tho strongest 'tr
by tho lnrgosf majority ever cuai i
any candidate in this county.
It Ib not however so much a po
. i. nni inwifor hna reach
now norn w i B. n(jt howovor go mucn a pu-
ed 10D000.000. a ry nlco payroll to u Jb havlng
be sure .". county ropresonted by a stronefman
lr qL tiIb might who will have Influence In tho assomb.
It looks now as If. St Louis migui aetermlno the wholo
beabletoahowtheworlilsomHcagtKl l a
nldormcn In 1901.
nanM in turn out for Hon. lsugar
.lonoa for repreeentatlvo of the Elgbth
Tho strike in Pennaylvanla doean't district.
"LlI "a DEMOCRATIC COUNTY COM
iiliuuno ... -
parodnoss of Indian territory .Is only
having the offect to jusMy irrllato tho
pc iii on tLat Mz of tho llnK and
causo thorn to reglstor a rlglitoous
Nor must ft for one moment bo sup-
posed that their Jtick will notpo po-
tent in Washington and. if nnythlng
more Intently listened to than any
plea JleOuiro and his gang can put
But the lamontablo part of tho
wholo thing is that by this very
mittbp AT WORK
.. . U4n a.1. 1 n.M.l ! n Jnlm rSi flflHM i ft
ir tun Prosr The Democratic contrai commuiuo cmmi j ik ""j
he warm sunshine of Hon. Bill Crow The e
" i Tho only way to remedy thb evil
PHos of brick -J "JJ; ffiJ: mtmhT 8h0ua mako it a now is for tho people of Oklahoma to
Pd streets r.poaVs'orll " contribttte all' mako it known in no uncertain way
founded prosperity for tho Capital JJtoJl for ono grand gtat0
City. j Tll(J mitiook for victory was never comirored of Oklahoma and Indian tor-
M HTTlias acn-ed U' coun-' iMier. nor tho personal of tho tick-1 ritory. admitted at tho samo time on
tvSfnlyaLSt county at- t stinger. -r thh WU Chairman n equal footing and thn tho people
Lev and us OxMot tho offlco wllloogor and Secretary Cahlll are of Indian territory will see tha the
torney and uj cnwi b ouool Noy of OWahoma would tolerato no
cartalnly make good. wa8 there more general satisfac. injustice toward them and would
Carpenter and 1)is money will have tlon wUh U ticket and the issue- gladly Join with us In the work
Caipenw a a R wn goro 6p0s Away with those federal off iafal tao-
. nn Jinr mi . n iKa.AA irc- luwn ----
8 ircsa uriis u sjjci.iaii.jc uwi'i- a. . v. - q
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Wednesday Sept. U
not bo tolerated.
O. C Brown
A PRIZE WINNER.
"THE GOLDEN STATE LIMITED"
Is the Name of the New Rock Island
System Train to California via
Kansas City and E! Paso
One Hundred Dollars Awarded to
H. Davis ot the New York Cen.
tral Lines. Oenver Colo. for
' Washington D. C. .
uow round trip rates by the Rock
Island System "Choctaw Oklahoma
and Gulf R. R." to tho O. A. R. cn-
campmont Washington D. C. Tickets
on sale Oct. 2nd 3rd 4th and 6th good
returning until OoL 14th with privll-
'ego of extension of limit until Nov.
3rd. Cheap rates to the various bat-
tle fields in the vicinity of Washing-
ion. Groatly reduced rates to Now York
and return by tho Rock Island Sys
tem "Choctaw Oklahoma and Gulf
R R" Oct. 1st 2nd and 4th good
returning unUI Octobor 14th.
I Do not mitg tho opportunity to vis-
it Now York and Washington enrly in
October at greatly reduced rates by
the Rock Island system "Choctaw
Oklahoma and Gulf R. R."
Call on "Choctaw" agents for full
Inforrnilion In regard to .ho ixIictoo-
if 't. - ound trin ratoa u Nw i.ej
. ... . i.n.nniiii iiiiBiiirwui man. n tmni to find and even they rcoR.
The people ho Wm. and will support nUtf that they have no ojhor .ton
V more personal grounds on whh to
Kaiser AVIflTolhiMrapst havo provid- Tno tIckBt selecteil by the p.Pe
ed himself with unlfonns for the t lh0 primaries strongly cdnlwlB
world to comVland ut them In the wlth llie opposition ticket selected 1
two hundred tmnka ho took to battlo nInd ci080li doors and rallronded
with him.' ' i -through the convention lany old Ro-
-- publican workers havo remarked en
Tho Democratic" county contrai com- thl8 feature. It will havo a tolling i-
mlttee Is tho commlttoo of tho people foct on tho people who aro ttrod of
charged with thiift?"t aeelBtlng to rlnR no and oxtxavaganco. '
take care of their best interests In the Wnllo tnere is every prospect for
coming campaign. ' victory tuid every opportunity tx aln
. i. t i in nniv omwirtunlty and the
Got out' and gi acqualntwl with rarty mat avall itself of that oppor-
your neighbors ajd J'e s.ul hj Uen" t"nV by enthusiastic perianal worm
oflt of what yon "kmW tidul public n onie to bring forth victory and
affairs The Democratic party courts tne consequent downfall of Renubll-
InveetlKatlon and nrelllgent discus- .aa rln(f ni which has been Mie
B)on taufa or higher taxes and ever In-
'c u'Bfclng debtls
Tho Capital 1 not wlanlu any t ls not jn R Bplrlc of boaetfulneis
votes for McGulre to its' silly twaddle 1)U wlth feoimgs of the gHjnHwt sat-
retotlw to the taxes paid by BUI faction that the Leader felicitates
. mi. - 1.nlll ahnnlll lltlllKC itS l.nlk . 1... nnmtniltlW UIlll tlllfl lieOIllS
UrOB 1W Vt"i' ." - -- uum i -.... - - '..
blank box space by trtlins; what it OVPr ne ot look for the fall elections i nowr"
i.. -Piankir' . 1 He: "Fourteen months.
Recently the Rock Island systom of-
fered $100 cash prisefor the most ap-
propriate name for tholr now limited
train to California via Kansas City
-...i mi nun Tv Tlmrn wn.rn thnus-
ands of names preeented from alf and Washington early in October
parts of tho United Statos. Tho liaino
docldwl upon wns "Tho Golden Stato Beware of the Knife.
Tit.oii" smi.mittrtd bv T. H. Davis. no profession has ndvancod moro
of the New York Contrai Hno Den- rapidly of lute than surgery but It
ver Colorado. I should not be usou except wnero bd-
. golutoly necessary. In cases of pllos
How's This. . for example it Is soldom needed. De-
Wo offar Ono piindrod Dollars Ro' Witt's Witch Hazor Salve cures
ward for any case of Catarrh that quickly and permanently. Unequal-
cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh ou for cuts burns bruises wounds
' skin uisoasep Accept no counter-
... ii .. 1....1.T..1 tst hlnml.
o T nbniinv nnil C.n Pron8.. TOIOdO. rOUS. "i was u irouuiuu mi u
Section 10 of thb road low provide
that all bridges culvons. aad fills
provided for in th act .shall bo at
least sixteen feet wide. On many ot
tho roads leading into Guthrie tharo
aro many places so narrow from wash-
outs that an ortnnary farm wagon has
difficulty In passing over them. .
Under the provisions of tho law the
county commiMtoners aro made sup-
ervisors of the county roads in tholr
respective districts but tho Guthrie
district in respect to her roadsr seems
to have been given the go-by.
The only ball game ot the-
season. Game called 3 prn
Watch the bill boards.
Substantial library containing Bet
!. ... t i! .t iinnrt nn.i of Century Dictionary 10 vols.; Brit-
.0l" . ...... tL i" nv .T. c. Phlllins. Paris tanlca 25 vols. and guide; many oth-
wo. tno unuor8.Ku0u. u ------. --- - - - - booV woir bound. Liberal re-
F. J. Cheney for tho last 15 years I1. "DeW Uts J" . for casb. Call on Mrs. H. H.
i i.niiA.t ji.im nAirAn(H. hnnnrnn p. ciirnn mu m u aiiui uiuv. wwv.-
linil UUilOIB"""" JJU44MVI.J ..w..-. .- -
J. N. Wallace.
Zoller's China Store
113 E. Okla. Ave.
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She: "IIow old
The Canltal can alxu utilise its
blank box space whll. waiting for Mr
GOVERNORS OF THE FIVE
nations to meft ; fession for him yet?
"riave you picked out a pro-
aclnn frr liim vnt?"
Oje o the most uovel anil late'Si
. space wan. waning " " uae u win. iuii uut ... . g ' .
istop In the midst of a win- ng raovemeiiU. that li been ut'i -V)e d?ct?1Ul1"1"
... .. . . i.i. .w- .f...i A r'oct-or! Whv 1C I
nin .amnalKU and tell how It pays
taxes on J9.000 when 1 tlaimj the
value of lta property is $275000
Good sentie on the ;Hrt of public
officials deserves iviogulttou During
the past two years Coun y Clerk Dob
sou and Treasurer Adler have be n
faithful to the trum reposed in ibn
by the people. They will be re-elect
Oh yea! we art ifoiago
it mi in connection wltli tne siaic
hod subject i the call oy ( hlet
lliatiant Portei of the Cieck na'ion.
toi a meeting of the gover-.Oi ot Hie
live nation i meet at 8o'ii SloVi
teier. Sep. lth to coaelder the ml
vis ability and moans of obtaining
' aiehooil for i ulian territory lonev
Th s mavenK'ni Is thd direct out
ioth of the narrow contracted self-
ish s and of the Republican office-
hu!Jis of Oklahoma and their eX'fed-
eial off U ial candidate In their at-
ti-nip' to lnako liullau terltory a ia
toi Oklahoma's KltP '
Tho cluert ol' the nation and the
whole piople of Indian territory are
justly Indignant at the very Idea of
the piecvmeal absorption plan after
iweiiyone years ot arpet bag rule
in! U1 not willingly stand for It.
The Reuublican office holders and
colors In th territory and enjoys as office seekers cannot escape UiW- Stve
his reward the confidence and eateera responsibility for the allenuilpii of
of the people to a marked degree His these Indian govemmenU.
aummer In'ituie was a decided auc Toi ihU however they do not carp
emu and an a revult the tea hers go o i)wy an lurid their Jobs.
4A doctor! Whv'tt doctor
'Why lie always seems to be
pleased when he sees' anvbody
stick out his toujfUu.
In ah business "transactions and flnan
dally ablo to carry out nny obliga-
tions made by tholr firm.
West and Truax Wholosalo Drug-
trlsts. Toledo. Oo.: Walding KInnan
and Marvin Wholosalo Druggists posiT BOX IN A
Hall's Catarrh Cuvo is takon intern- VAULT AND
ally acting directly upon the blood
nnd mucous surfaces of the systom. VALUABLES ARE SECURE?
Prico 75c por bottlo. Sold by all
druggists. Testimonials frco. $1 TO $3 PER YEAR PAYS FOR ONE
Hall's Family Pllnls aro tho best. !ACC0RDNG TO SIZE. SEETHE
When Justice and love go hand in CAPITOL NATIONAL BANK ABOUT
hand It's a ase of the blind leading the
blind T' t
Roavo? 215 South Third street.
WHY NOT RENT A SAFETY DE-
FEEL THAT YOUR
It's folly to suffer from that hor-
rible plague of tho night itching piles.
Doan's Ointment euros quickly and
permanently. At any drug store 50-cents..
Short nnd sweet a baby. Of course
this applies only to your own baby.
Don't Be Fooledb
Take the genuine orifinai
ROCKV MOUNTAIN TfV
Made only by Madlion Med!-
cliio Co.. AUdlnon. Wll. It
keeps ou well. O-.- trf(!
murk cut on each pttkofte.
Price. i' cents. Nwcr oukj
lit bulk. Accept no ubtt
ure Atk ynur drueaU
H 1 1-
An ex county offl t r said. Saturde
in tiie presence of the others that !.'
did not believe but two on the R'
pultcan ticket would be elected. Uw.
Ira had betui out thiough ihe country
ami the iieople was in open rebellion
against the ticket - Uuirte
Couuty Superintendent W S Cal
vert Is one of the raont t ff h lent edu
is th? time you should con-
sular atfckinjf your plants
in pot while the weather
isyet mild. They will root
much more readily now
than later on.
the llowei pots in all sines
also saucers If you wish
them. Get your pot now
before the stock is broken
and don't forget to
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and Harrison avenue trade and no prospect of a change
for the next four months UNLESS "the longest way around
is made the Nearest way to the Great Bargains.
Therefore; to the usual jfreat bargains the New Yurie Racket will add a$
First Premium 2SZS2 $? 50
Second Premium lX'. $4 50
Third Premium SX-" "-- $4 25
After September 'st. a one dollar purchase of merchandise at one time will en
title the holder to a chance in the drawing to tnke place Nov 2 at 10 o clock a. m in
presence oi me ticKet noiuers. m ic
Tf presence oi tue iickci nuiucu m mc --
New York Racket "liHamson ft
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 89, Ed. 1, Friday, September 19, 1902, newspaper, September 19, 1902; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc71858/m1/4/: accessed January 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.