The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 96, Ed. 1, Saturday, September 27, 1902 Page: 4 of 12
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THE LEADER atfTHftlK' OKLAHOMA 8ATURDAY SpYEMBfeR J27 1902.
I.KSI.IK O N1ULACIC EDITOR.
MKMHKlt OF Tlld "XfeBOClATED PRRSB
rnbllibfl Dally except Sunday
One month. lellvered In oilr .
One month uy mall
Three motitba .
Blx month . . . .. . .
Odp year In advance . .-
One year -
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For Delegate to Congress.
ix of De4
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lrobate Jii'lire .
jutic(.f the Peace
. W II Herod
J D Deffcil
C H Botbwell
W K Batteraon
8. M WrlKbt
J I) Hurke
W. S Wllaon
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out tho ..required popuiatlotfnnlisro
gnnllng precedent ahrt fairness1. Ok-
lahoma hna a population of over 600.-
000 enough to mjU1o thorn to two
members of congress. But the Re-
publicans are tolling the people every-
where In the territory that 'if they
vote tho Democratic ticket and a' Re-
publican congress discovers that it
will be a Democratic state thoy will
refuse to admit It as a stale disre-
garding tho will of tho pcoplo of tho
territory So you have a sample of
Ilopuuiican fairness and rospect for
tlia yolco of tho peoplo and homo
rulo. Can you doubt for a moment
tho tendency of the Republican party
to Imperialism It kept In power?
AT THE CHURCHE8.
II. H inxltl W'lliam Taylor
For Council M district . . Mile Allen
For HepreHontatlfOthdlM Kdirar ' Jonn
SATURDAY saijiglki7' 19
The Peary picture look llko hold-
over from the last expedition.
Foster's run for the council fa not
consuming much red flro.
All church notices must be In this
offlco by 6 o'clock Friday evening or
thoy can not no Inserted In Saturday's
First Christian Church.
The services will bo held in the
court room corner Harrson " avenue
and Division street
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
Harry W. Painter superintendent
Preaching at 11:00 a. m.
Junior Endeavor 2:30 p. m
Christian Endeavor 7:00 p. m.
J. T. Ogle Pastor.
The rioting at tho coal uilnwj 1b not
going to i educe the prlco of coal.
Hon. Miles alien has an tmtaralsh-
ed record as a rnfe legislator in whom
the people can trust' '
Judge John De Bol Will- tilnko an
excellent probate judgo on account of
his thorough" ItnowWUgVot law- and
Tho continued rains servo to em-
phasize the nscastjr.ftfrsood roads.
Burke. Wilson and Hedgecock all
nand for extonslvo Improvements.
MtOuIro and his federal official rup-
port downed Flynn at Enid The pco-
plo are now askedto vote for Mo-
Oulro which they say Is an endorse-
ment 6fVlynri and hlB statehood bill.
The Democrats up In the First
council district were particularly hap
py In Ui eli- statement of tlr statehood
position In that they not only put
their side of the case out dlscioso in
very well chosen wards the- fnllacy
of tho opposition. They say:
We do hereby declare in luvor of
one great stato composed of Oklaho-
ma and Indian territories; and do
notinOo tho Flynn statohood bill as a
ubtbrfugo not intended to bo enact-
ed Into law but to bo used as a wea-
pon 1o coerco the froomon of Oklaho-
ma Into voting tho Republican tick-
ot under tho threat of no statehood.
and especially donounce the unfair root
unwise and Iniquitous Discrimination
mado in .-aid bill hi favor of school
loasoos on sections thirteon and thirty-throe
and agnlnst equally morjtor-
lous leasees on sections sixteen and
"Broad and Noblo avenues.
Rt Rov.-Dr. BroOko Bishop.
Rov. A. B. Nicholas Pastdr.
Sunday school 10:00 a. m.
Early communion 7:30 a. m.
Scrvlco and communion 11:00 a. m.
Evening sorvlco and sermon 8:00
Friday sorvlco and choir practice
at 8:00 p. m.
Soats freo. Everybody welcome.
$ Are your children supplied in the school book
8 line? Our line of School SuoDlies is varied.
Drop in and see.
Renfro Drug Co.
Prescriptions compounded with
fresh drugs a specialty Opposite P
206 w. Oklahoma Ave.
M. E. Church South.
Corner of Vilas avtnuo anJ Broad
First M. E. Church.
Corner Uroad and Noble.
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Mis Francis Furnas superintend-
ent. Preaching at 11 n. m.
Class at IS ra.
Junior Bpworth Leaguo at 3 p. m.
Epworth Longuo at 7 p. m.
All aro invited.
G. W. Cohegan Pastor.
Wo offer Ono HUndrod Dollars Re-
Loaguo at G:30 p. m.
Proachlng at 7:80 p. m.
J. B. Mitchell Pastor.
Judgo Morten: "And hast thou
slain tho Woobojoo? Como to my
arms my beamish boy. O frabjous
day! Calboh; Ccllayt Ho chortled
When a papor'd alleged editorials
boconfc so deiiBo that it' must needs
pictures to exemplify tho written
work It bo high tlmo to call a caucus
of Insrtnlty exports.
It Is said that If MeGtiiro.'s polo fails
Jo bring down the tall porslmmon this
tlmo ho will try thauorth pole next
There 'Bro vryfam men who would
care to try tp thaw out an audfonce
congealed by ono of McGulro's
That dinner pail may bo full yet
but tho laboring man wo not ploasod
when he had to cut nffat'oTu and that
ho has to eat the'lbalanco uncookod
for want of coal.
Who'll was tub liolflfyilsrtft certain
well known Republicans weak ton
months agj? wJiJjJjfls; aunpprtod
single statehood or now when' for
campaign purpose) they cry for state
hood for Oklahoma alone?
All sorts of excuses are being con-
trivwl and brought forward to cover
Speaker Hendorson's retreat; but the
fact remains that iQwa Republicans
demand tariff change and?' anti-trust
legislation and that Henderton and
Ills supporters in congress would not
stand for it. They dare not opposo
A BLACKMAILING SCHEME.
(Hutchinson iCae.. Gazotte.)
The opposition to tho Republican
party. In Oklahoma are up agalust a
spoofs of blackmailing seheme Intro-
ducw) Into the campaign by tho Re-
publicans to prevenr the success of
tho Democrats in the coming election.
It will bo remembered that overy ten
years at tho taking of the census
congress fixes the ratio of represen-
tation in tho lower hoiro. A terri-
tory applying for admission as a sjtate
is required to have a population equal
to the required number for a repre-
sentative in the lower house of con-grata-
Out a Republican congreas on
two accasloBs. auapnirel tbe rule and
admitted Nevada and Colorado with-
A YELLOW BUNCO GAME.
The attltudo of Jho Republican par-
ty in threatening tho territory with
exclusion from stntehood in tlio event
of the f ailu; o to olect a Republican
delegate la attracting nttention out-
sldo tho territory and threatens to
boar much b'tter fruit for its or gin-ators.
The threat Is so manifestly unjust all
and unprecedented eo barofaccd an
attempt nt coercion that people out-
tilde the torritary arc calling It black
mailing and various other extremely
ugly but exceedingly appropriate
It Is cited by tho Gazette at Hutch
inson Kansas as an oxamplo not on-
ily of blackmail? tondancy of tho
Re-publican party toward Imperialism.
I In tho last analysis it Is an act of
tyranny pure and simple.
Tho light to voto onos political
jentimonts Is directly attacked by the
vilest sort of means. Actual physical
compulsion would bo ont'jtled to a
hlghor placo becauso that Involves
personal bravery and daring but0 this
ploco of "mendacious chicanery" as
Souator Quay vory proporly denomin-
ated it. Is dovold oven of that redoom-
It is only an aUompt to do a piece
of djrty work because tho peoplo of
Oklahoma aro too bravo and loyal to
tho boot Interests of their terrTory
and too Jealous of their political lib-
erty tp stand for it u
But tho contemptible spirit thai in-
spired It 1ms alroady boon 'exhibited
nnd will not soon bo forgotton.
The present Indications aro that tho
caso will bo takon up out nido tho tor
ritory and made a strong illustration
of the tyrannical and imperialistic5'!-'
wndancloa of the Republican party
and a disgraceful oxamplo of jhe
lengths to which they are willing to
go to maintain the party In power.
And why ahotilrl it not be used ev-
ery whoro. If thoy would treat Ok-
lahoma that way there Ib no reason
why they would not troat any other
Bectlon of the United States in tho
The offense Is not one against Ok-
lahoma but against the wliob nation
and Is such a tremendous .Impeach
ment founded on Incontrovertible repj
orde as ought to hurl tho nvhola party
from the control of the government a
an unworthy custodian of tho llbor-
tle of the people
The local proas and tho campaign
spellbinders are won't to say that t
is a simple matter of business. As
vlowad from the tyrant's standpoint
his vilotst stroke at tho political lib
erty of hi subjects is always so de-
nominated. It may bo business but it is of the
dark lantern variety.
In tho end ih'p statohood threat
will prove tha worst mooborang that
was ever thrown by 'any party.
First Presbyterian Church.
Corner Noble avenuo and Division
Sabbath school 9:45 a. m.
Preaching at 11:00 a. m.
Y. P. S. C. E. at 0:30 p. ra.
Preaching at 7:3! p. ni.
A tordial invitation is extended to
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Preaching at'll:0fl r. in.
Devotional exercises of EpWorth' nni uf
. HHIU lUt Ulij liOOU Wl V4lWA lUUb
cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh
F. J. Cheney and Co. Props. Toledo
Wo tho undersigned hae known
F. J. Cheney for tho last 15 years
and bellbvo him perfectly honorable
In ah business transactions and finan-
cially n'blo to carry out any obliga-
tions made by their Ann.
West and Truax Wholesale Drug-
gists Toledo Oo.; Waldlng KInnan
nnd Marvin Wholesale DruggistB
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern-
ally acting directly upon tho blood
nnd mucous surfaces of the system.
Prlco 75c per bottle. Sold by all
druggists. Testimonials free.
Hall's Family Pllnls aro the best."
The Cam mack
Livery and Boarding Stables
Hoover and G&.skill Proprietors
veu Kept barn wnere uorses are given good treatment. Rigs
ior commercial men a specialty. Best care taken of Boarding!
ooutn second Street- Phone 1281
Olsmitti Arms Company 9M
Guns Pistols Ammunition Fishing Tackle and Sports-
men's Goods. Geo. Westonholon's 1XL Pocket Knives.
Cigars Pipes Tobacco and Smokers articles.
Oldest and Only House of the Kind in Oklahoma.
W. C. Miles Pastor.
First Church of Christ Scientists.
Broad street between Oklahoma and
Cleveland avenues. I
Sunday school at 10 a. ra. I
Morning ocrvice at 11 a. m. i
Evening scrrlce at 8 p. m.
Wednesday evoning ecrvices at
8:15 p. m.
Everybody cordially invited !
Reading room fn mo fear of the
church open daily from 2 to 5 o'clock '
everybody cordially invited.
Cornor Vino and Noble.
Sunday school at 9.45 a. m.
Preaching at 11:00 a. m.
Junior Union at 3:00 p. m.
B. Y. P. U. at C:45 p. m.
Preaching at 7:30 p. m.
Newcomers and visitors in the city
aro especially invited to meet with us
In these Bervicos.
R. T. Mansfield Pastor.
Zoller's China Store
113 E. Okla.Ave.
Next ddbr to'Stumpit
"I have observed that when 1 go
upstairs to bed my sou goos down the
front steps and down town to look for
society That's the difference In age "
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A man known around I fown
for his borrowing proclivities
and his forgetfulness in rc;&irn-
ing loans struck a friend ' lor a
five dollar note. ' v
'Vaid a minnld untiMa look-
ing glass get."
"Vad fo" you vant pft-dot
''I shust vant to see mineself
vhen I lend you dot fife dollar."
You will not ueed a mirror to
seethe superiority of the pat-
ent having "Clinch On Col-
lars" over those having the
collar plastered on in the old
So.fe Cleo.n Durable
&afebecause there is no plas-
ter ito get saturated with oil
and generate gas when collar
Clean because oil cannot get
through the collar.
Durable because the collars
are made of heavy brass and !
will not come off.
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For those reserved seat
checks look at our line of
I Corner Drug Store
Oklahoma Ave. and First St.
b Decidedly Stylish Vehicles
Our customers are always safe in buying a Buggy
Surrey Driving Wagon Delivery oriSpring vVagon from
Top Buggies good qualitiy $ 50 00
Surreys from :.-...:. 7500 up
Cushion tire wire wheels ball bearing
driving Wagons best qualify-.'.!. . 115 00
Designs the latest finish nnsurpassed and prices never
beaten All our vehicles are the best of their several
3 Cor. Division and Oklahoma
What a bachelor can't understand Unless a man can see a slight In
is how on earth any man can want nrovemont in himself it's imposslb'l
to be a Mormon. to convlnqo him that tho world
If a man finds fault with the way
his wife acts with other men she gets
When a.nan begins to go arounl
mad and If he doesn't she gets mad uyre in his stocking feet it Is oil
I rt ' '- r0 fintt
uci. on i" ui ut.
I The Gorge Will
Walk in and Look Around
A First Premium
A Second Premium SS.iW"?'"!.lB
a Third Premium SauVr!!"-!!ln!!l!'.
A After September 1st a one dollar purchase of merchandise at one time will en
V title the holder to a chance in the drawing to take place Nov 27 at 10 o'clock a m in
JL presence of the ticket holders at the
$ New York Racket iHPs
We are speaking of the Harrison Avenue Gorge
made by the Choctaw but still it will be months
yet before the cut is healed
Therefore; to the usual great bargains the New York Racket will add as
One of Simmons Hardware Go's Oak Rocker (P7 CT
with leather back and seat retail price
"Merit is the Trade mark of Success." Our business continues) grow. Whj? Because our goods are
always of tin- latest veaves; our styles etc. the most approved and out' personal guarantee goes with every garment.
Oklahoma's Leading Tallil
113 UUUloo Street
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 96, Ed. 1, Saturday, September 27, 1902, newspaper, September 27, 1902; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc71865/m1/4/: accessed October 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.