The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 97, Ed. 1, Monday, September 29, 1902 Page: 4 of 8
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TH4t LEADEH QUTHRIE OKLAHOMA MONDAY SEPTEMBER 29 1902.
I.lSSt.lK O. WMLAOK BDITOlt.
VIVIMDIUt OF TUB ASSOCIATED VBKgB
Published. Uall j except-ftUnd ay rl'by the
One month lellvered la c.ir
One montb riy mall
Three rao-ths . . .
Six month ....
On year In advance
For Delegate to Congrats.
L . . -! " ' J" "' MM
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.
County Attorney .
fleglsier of Deeds
Clerk . .
hnrii . t B&f ft n
.t .W. 11 Herod
.- ... .Bten QUI
. . JoUIHitwon
J 0 DcIloU
W 8 Calvert
C It Dothwrll
W K Patterson
S M WrlRht
First district 3 X Jlorke
Second dlitrlct .W.S.W""P
Third dlBtrlct John Hedgecock
Justlrsof the Peace-
John Orerbay. P M Jay
II. U Dmld. W'lltam Taylor.
For Counell.Sd district . rf. Mile Allen
For ItepresentatWc 0th diet BdBttf "" Jones
MONDAY SEPTEMBER J902.
The secret otfruBt control Hob In
tho high tariff.
The only v?(lajHhnPwnPI8atroy
tho bad trusts Is low tariff on their
A faithful administration of" ithe
Sherman antitrust act would have a
great rostratningjnnca -j
Burke Hedgecock and Wilson low
taxes and telling work go hand In
Elect W. B. Herod county attorney
nnd tho present offlciont and impar-
tial prosecution of effondars agalnot
tho law Is assured.
You can porsuade an Oklahoma
voter but the attempt to drlvo him by
threats Is tho hara proposition Mc-
Gulro and his cbhortB aro ongaged
HaB It cdmo to pass that any talk
about tnp't control will causo tho
trrJfit magnates to bring on a panic
as pulshmen for tho offense?
A fact and not a theory is advanc-
ed whon it is observed that an
American heart la quickly touch"!
through hlBpooKOt book. Taxoa talk.
Tho records do not Bhow that
.Mabon has taken out citizenship pa-
pers. Mabon Is a Russian and has a
koen oyo for a dollar's worth of foes.
.;: it ssras
Carpentor it is wild. Is spending
from $10 to $20 n. hay In rm effort to
buy votes hut his Investments are
not bringing ninny returns.
Tho Republican party Is torn with
dlBsontlona" over Oubann.reeiprrplt:
antitrust legislation and revision of
abused schedules In tho Dlngloy
Judge) Gqodrlclt .vlPli'olVo
tho volo of a single attorney ln the
city. Tho lawyers nro SajTohtpfoood-
rich nnd tho larmers 3rSfafe$I tiding
him out. -tJk"
desperate offort to catch tho negro
voto byj employing nnothor darkoy
to work with tho young ladles In tho
register of doeds office.
Judge Goodrich pays about $8 tax as
yearly and roars about that. On tho
other hand tl" tii .ovvnis gnuws mat
DaBols pays mors taxes" In one year
than Goodrich has patd In his whole
office seeking caroeY
Judge DeBois is a lawyer; Good-
rich Is not; DeRoh pays taxes ou his
own property; Goodrich makes his
brother's taxes count for his own.
DaBolg is impartial and fair-minded;
Goodrich Is possessed of Irascible
temper and keeps ruouato business
clogged by "quoUng" attorneys who
appear before- htm In the interest of
tax paying cllonts"
Democratic colffirol ""tts always
meant low taxes. Missouri -and Kan-
sas are good atatos to coiurasjt In
this rospoct. Tho consiquence la
that a laboring man in a Missouri
tqwn gets Just us good wages as In a
ICan'fls town but pays only ono-h 'I
and pften less the amount of Use
on his home In Missouri that he c
Compelled to pay In Kansas
Toxaa ha always been undei Hem
ooratlp control and It is a naiorlauj
fact that tax there are not above
ono-thlrd what they aro m hnnca or
Iowa the banuer Republican strong-
holds. Those well known faevs ought fo
causo voters to Inquire the reason
for this condition of affairs which hM
existed go long at to preclude the
suggestion of temporary or unimport-
Tho fundamental difference Is In
the concoction of tho purpose nnd
function of government
Tho Democratic party nnSPafways
Btood for the largost personal liber-
ty of tho individual xongjstent with
tho general welfare of .itho commun-
ity; for the least government that will
Insure- that protection and tha small
ost oxponso consistent with efficient
managomont of public offices" fit
The Democratic party does ndt be-
lieve In buying cheap gloafojr of
flceholders with public monej nor
In paying big salaries and going to
great expanse in sustnlnhig howy
dignity. ' "
It believes that tho greatest digni-
ty Is consistent with simplicity and
This desire to havo the county
stata and government officers cut a
big Bwoll at public expense Is what
makos high taxoB. '
Instead of being tho servant of tho
psoplo the imperial tondnncy is to
mako the paoplo servants of the gov-
ornmhrt nni cHicors and tho
boisos who hold a tight' grip on tho
It may bo salil that tiicao conditions
exist fn both parties which unfortun-
ately has In it only too much truth
but it certainly is a fact decidedly
favorable to the Democratic party
that under tholr control tho govern-
ment of counties stalos and tho na-
tion the taxes havo been lowor and
the stnndnrd of government equally
efflclont If not more so and tho cases
of Missouri and Texas are cited a?
Lot tho votors of Oklahoma consld
or woll facts already known to them
whon casting tnelr votes. Taxos
AN OUTRAGE ON LESSEES.
The lessees on -ectlons 1C and 3C
aro not given an equal show with
thoso on sections 13 and 33 under
tho terms of tho omnibus bill.
This tmJuBt discrimination is strong-
ly rosonted by lessees on Beet Ions 10
and 36 and McGuIro who has cham-
ploncd that bill will hear from thormjTho Republican party of Oklahoma
unucr section u icsscos or 10 anu
3C will got no protection whatever
for 'hlr Imprqvemonts and the legis-
laturo of tho futuro stato Is not au-
morizeu to give mom any protection
for tholr ImprovomentB.
Tho difference it will bo obBorvcd
from rending tho two sections is that'
in p.oviding for tho salo of the col -
lego and public building lands In sec-1
tlon 10 of the bill thoy aro "when.
sold to be disposed of at public salo
as the legislature may prescribe;" but
In soctlon 9 of tho bill which pro-
vides for tho sale of Common school
sections tho phraso'aa tho legisla
ture may proscrlba" is omitted thoro!
by taking from tho legislature any
power to protect the losseos In tholr
Improvements savo such consolation
as they; may obtain by their profor-
enco right to tak tho land at tho
hlghoct bid offered at tho publlorsaleJfor good roads Is entitled to tho suf-
regardless of tholr Improvements
This is a serious mattor for men.
who live on sections IC and 30 and
who havo thoir homes thore and tho
roflults of thlrteon years' hard laboj-
Tho matter is not one that Involve
nny party pilndplos and ought not to
bo go conBldored but tho Republican
candidate the Hon. Bird McGuire has
seen fit to champion this bill with
thoso Iniquitous provisions and do-
i clare that a voto for him was a yotc
for this statehood bill and has mado
thl; tho sole Issue of JjIb campaign
for delegate to congress.
How any lessee on seolohs IC and
3f can see his wny 6hwr to support.
Mr. McGuire and tho bill to which he
has pledgod his suppoit and which ho
declares will pass at this eosslon of uiuhis lurgeiiuiness in returu-
congres If ho Is elected is a pmt-! J"? loas. struck a friend for a
tr difficult to concoivo. Nor will "ve dollar note
other men willingly so this grievous . "V?U1 a niJtnltl utn'I a 'OO
wrong inflicted on these losseJs3J-rt jntf KMSS get.
Mr. Mc.Gu.ro can not possibly hopo" "J?" t Py dot
to win with such a mlllstooo about . ..J i?I m
his nek. nor does ho doserve to win. I ffifil
for a man. who would champ on such You win Qt x ft j
an act as this Is either lacking In n sce the superiority of the pat-
sen e of Justice or too careless to in-. ent having "Clinch On Col-
vostlgato a causo beforo ho makes It . lars over tliose luivinir tli
his solo Isbuo and in either event not
.bo Important a place d& delegate. I c. t ei t-.. . li
Those are not more' Btatemente J S. Clen. Durable
opinion but provhlons of th9 Wll'tbBV- tt'au: fhe" s fllla;
any man can read for himself. -I"' X?SrJ "'L Wth11Q
The following aro th plans' of fsgr C"ar
the omnibus statehood bU confafnlng Clenn becau3e oil cannot
the pro.Ulon referred to! ) through the collar.
J 'Sec 9 That sold Mcflona sixteen Durable because the i-ollara
and thirty ix. and lands taken In lieu are made of heavy brasv aud
thereof hrtln granted forthe up- will not cotre utT
lor. of the oomnvan ' ccboole shall be (
t (Iiposl of only at public sale prof- J .1 j .
erence right to purchase being given -H ( '
to the lessee at the time of such sale.
the ptweed to constitute a peiman-
ent school fund the interest of which
only shal br expended In tho support
of such schools. Bui snlil lands may
under Buch regulations as tho legis-
lature may proscribe be leased for
periods not to oxeced five years; and
such lands shall not bo subject to
homestead entry undor tho land laws
of tho United States whether survey
od or tinsurvcjed but Bhall be reserv-
ed for school purposes only.
"Sec. 10. That said sections thir-
teen nnd thirty-three aforesaid when
sold shall bo disposed of at public
Bale as the legislature of said state
may prescribe preference rh to
purchase bolng given to tho Jussoe at
tho time of such salo; but the came
may bo leased for poriods of not moro
thun no yenrs under such rules and
regulations ns tho legislature shall
pvpacribe and shall not be subject to
homestead ontry or any other ontrv
under tho land laws of tho United
States whether survoyod or unsur-
veyod but ahall bo resorvod for des-
ignated purposes only and until such
tlmo as the legislature shall proscribe
tho samo shnll bo leased ttndsr oxUt-
Governor Ferguson said In his
speech at tho Pawneo reunion last'
week that he was aching for an op-
portunity to havo his Job as governor
fnkon away from him; that ho want-
ed statehood for Oklahoma. Tho gov-
ernor was perhaps a little enthusias-
tic whon ho said that and It Is.cnilto
probablo that his Bontlmont will ; not
bo shared by the) majority oC the
.federal office holders In tho territory.
Nobody doubts that tho typo o' elf
sacrificing statesman who asked lib-
erty or doath is woorully absent in
tho ranks of federal grafters who
fill the toirltorlal offices in Oklahoma.
It is ridiculous to assort that tho
fodoral office holders of Oklahoma
want statohood. Thoy do not want it
because- thoy know that If thoy got It
tholr jobs will disappear as Boon ns
Oklahoma becomos a state and from
their reputations In tho past It Is not
to bo presumed that they aro willing
to give up anything. Their picking'
has been fat and thoy aro not going
to bo pulled loose without a struggle.
is run oy icuerai office holders and
their wishes will bo consulted by a
Republican delegate to congress. If
Oklahoma wants statehood tho peo-
pie win enu a man to waBiungton
who will work for statehood and not
raorojyj dodge nbout and introduce
(fake bills to decolve the people while
at tho samo timo ho is doing every-
thing in his power to defeat the end
ho pretondfi to be" working for. If
you want statehood send BJ11 Cross
to congress; ho will work for the poo-
plo of Oklahoma and not In Iho Inter-
ests of the federal office holders.
Tho man who allows partisan poll
tics to Influence his voto on county
commissioners falls in his duty for
tne best Intorosl of Guthrie. Good
roads la tho lifo on any city and
that man who stands unqualifiedly
port of every ono who desires th'o
prosperity of both county and city.
It Is purely a businoss proposition
which confronts Guthrie nothing
more and nothing Joss
Zoller's China Store
113 E. Okla. Ave.
Next door to Stumpff
-i 1 1-
-I 1- --
A man known nrounJ town
for his borrowing proclivities
coUar petered ou the lamp
Walk in and Look Around
Are your children supplied in. the school book
line? Our line of School Supplies is varied.
Drop in and see.
Renfro Drusr Co.
J. B Burke is one of the finest ac-
countants in tho county a qualifica-
tion too often overlooked in tho se-
lection of our county commissioners.
JPhere will be no Jumbling of false fig-
ures and padded chargos allowed
against the county while he is com-
missioner. Every ono of tho Republican sen-
ators who voted to postpone s'ate-
hood for Oklahoma was a delegate to
tho last Republican national convon-
ton and voted for tho resolution to
glvo this territory statohood at once
Did they redeem that pledge when
thy had' tho opportunity and could
havo dono it in less than thirty min-
utos? No Will they redeem the with tho Dlngloy tariff. Babcock tho
pledge mado when thoy p'oscponod chairman of tho Republican national
tho bill? 'what as8uranr.es have tho committee who gave It out a few
pooplo of tho territory that thoy will months ago that tho DIngley tariff
do It? Is' tho later pledge nny moro schodulo must bo scaled down now
Bacred or binding upon them than turns tall and says no tariff modlflca-
thelr former pledge? Not a whit. lons will bo attomptod or ovon tol-
Kloct Cross and with a Democratic crated and Roosovolt liko the others
lower hoii'o of congress you will get has surrendered tho Bponge and In hi8
Btatehood at tho second session of the tour around tho country will bo mum
present congress for thoy will never on tariff revision but will mildly ad-
lot statehood go over to tho next con- vocato as a subterfuge the policy of
gross liiect jucuuiro anu siaienoou
... . . . .. 1 1
may como In two years and i. may
not como in flvo years. Cross and a
Democratic majority for tho lower
house awaiting to tako their peats in
tho next congress will havo tho samo
effect upon tho Republicans that a red
blanket would havo upon a Texas 1J"HJj
and thoy would rush tho statehood bill
throtigh"tho senate in quick time.
Thore Is no doubt of tho fact that
a very large element of tho thinking
men 6f"the Republican party havo
como to the conclusion that the Domo-
cratlc contention upon the subject of a
tariff Is right. Thoy with the Demo
crats Dsnovo tne time nas comrwnpn
tariff roform should not bo delayed
and whllo thoy aro still Republicans
thoy regard this question as all para-
mount and 1' tho party thoy have so
long adhered to and love bo well heed
tho voice of tho trust barons rather
than their cry for relief they will fllo'
their protost on tho 4th of November
In a way that it will understand tho
rebuke. They are at last awakened
to tho fact that tho DIngley tariff is
tho father the creator of the onorm-
trust monopolies and are main-
talned bjlt and that those monopo
lies feed' upon tholr substance and
thev hn$2 Just awakened to the fur-
ther faowthat tho only way to destroy
theso ovlls Is to revise the tariff
which KfcVHjjblrth- to them and thU
awakenlrtjrto a great national Issue
is the prossage of defeat of tho Repub-
lican party at tho November election
and the triumph of tho Democratic
We are speaking of the Harrison Avenue Gorge
made by the Choctaw but stiintwill be months
yet before the cut is healed
Therefore; to the usual great bargains the New York Racket will add as
TTirsps- PnarYiintvi One of Simmons Ilardware Go's Oak Rocker QH r?f
A" II bl Xl tJiillUUl . with leather back and seat retail price q) I OU
Second Premium St LLT $4 50
Third Premium '&.$&2m Hi""per Casket $4 25
st After September 1st a one do'lar purchase of merchandise at one time will en
V title the holder to a chance in the drawing to take place No. 27 at 10 o'clock 1.. m . in
presence of the ticket holders at the
J-tfew York Racket "fiHamson
Opposite P. O. AUU We
Hoover and Go.skill Proprietors
Well kept barn where horses are given good treatment. Rigs
for commercial men a specialty. Best care takn of Boarding
Hoi South Second Street. Phone 128
Tat Vision Is to bo thi groat
Issue i j ii ai'palgi cow Just open-
ing i). u rhs.- Ojatcr Bay confer-
ence t-o trust barons i down tho
law to Roosevelt and the Republican
leaders and tho word has been sent
out to promptly squelch any propoai-
tlon looking to tinkering in any wayt
"publication" as a me tin of suppress-
ing tho trust monopolies. Tho trust
barons rulo tho Republican party and
tho rank and fllo pay' tho trlbuto tho
barons exact. What do these bloat-
ed trust concerns care about a little
I thlrfg 'liko "publicity"
Vo offer Ono Hundred Dollnrs Re'
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
F. J. Cheney and Co. Props. Toledo
We tho undersigned havo known
P. J. Cheney for tho last 15 years
l an bolievo him perfectly honorable
- nll hllRnftBR truiBnotlnnB and finnn-
daily able to carry out any obliga-
tions mado by their flnr.
West and Truax Wholesale Drug-
gists Toledo Oo.; Waldlng Klnnan
and Marvin Wholesalo Druggists
Hall's Cutarrh Cure Is taken intern-
ally acting directly upon tho blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Price 75c per bottle. Sold by all
druggists. Testimonials free.
Hall's Family Pllnls aro tho best.
Fall Festivities Kansas City Mo.-
For tho abovo occasion we will Bell
tickets to Kansas ity and return at
rato of ono faro for tho round trip.
TIck-3ts on salo October 3 4 6 7 8
9 and 10 limited to return October
A. J. Corhtns Agent
Will Soon be
Ulu3ll0mci AVa X
Livery and Boarding Stables
For those reserved seat
checks look at our line of
Corner Drug Store
Oklahoma Ave. and First St
At 110 norlh Second street to (.lose out
sto V Unusual chance to make money
SMeb ardft. oak flj OCT
Sideboards swell front worth 30
winaow 8naues upaque.au..
Window fehadcs oil. T ft frlDred
Amer Ic-ia m rrors 18110 oalt frame S 00'
Frenca gilt frame 6 0
Peerless sewing machines wth tiO 13 71
Chairs double cane and III 45
Chairs cane seat Oak braced W
Qo-carts adjustable with parasol 4 'o
Uo-carts. adjustable rubber tired B 00'
llaby carriages with parasol 4 oo
llaby carrtat e rib ier tired S K0
Stools as-ln &:. .'6-in es
0-1 lece wash set. White China "19
Itoll top desks 110.75 and 0 0o
Secretaries beauties 115 and 13 50
Centre tables qr rawed oak worth H S to
Chiffoniers tats and too
Deck and shelving for sale We want to
selle erv article In our stock this week and
our loss fx your gain V LfVY.
North of Capitol National Dank
Bolas vs. Lariat.
"Bolas" thrco metal balls
united by long thongs which tho Ur-
uguayan Gauchcs in Buffalo Bill's-
Wild West uso for all tho purposes for i
which cowboys and vaaueros enmloy J
tho lariat seems to bo a very effectiva
Implement but likely to bo ovon moro
Abrupt nnd painful in action if used
vigorously than the rope. Thoso balls
sre liable to hurt when their whirling
Btops. But It is Interesting to seo
how tho thing works in tho hands ot
Its masters. Buffalo Bill's Wild West
will bo horo on Oct 8.
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