The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 108, Ed. 1, Thursday, April 23, 1903 Page: 4 of 8
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THE tEADER GUTHRIE; OKLAHOMA THUR8DAY APRIL 23 1903.
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Leslie a Ntblack Editor
WEVBFR OPTHBAOClATBD .PJUtBg
TUm.i..1 iiaiiv fnt SnO1T. W the
one montb y man ' - jg
Six month " " ' ' s M
THURSDAY APRIL S3 1008.
Peer inlo the futuro ami note what
Guthrie will bo In fourteen years.
Experience In tho United States
sonate certainly does toaali a man
how to' handle weighty subjects.
Former Sonator MoLaurln of South
Carolina la going Into tho pig Iron
Business at Brunswick.
Every timo Odell elevates his chin
in exultation over some turn which
makes Mm think ho is tho Now York
Republican loader flo steps 'Into tho
coal hole whMi Piatt has loft opon
on (lie political sldownlk.
If tho' prohibit lonlsU ahd 'wontkn's
Buffraglsts want a fusion Uckot In
tho presidential campaign this time
what's tho matter with Carrie Nation
and Susan D Anthony. r e
Mmo. Sembrich was perfectly Justi
fiable in tparchinc ot tho stago whon
tho other woman got all tho anplauso.
siblfr to predict now with the slightest
d&gree of certainty or oven probabfl'
U Is a. far cry from a victory or
succession of victories In a slngl
city and the capture of the Democrat
1c organisation throughout the entire
The father of Mayor Haiion Sftei'
be liad been elected mayor of Chi-
cago timo after time came to bo re-
garded as invincible in that city and
tho ' Democrats of Illinois cohclti'fjed
that they could oleot him governor.
Rut though ho had lost nono of his
popularity in Chicago the oldor Har-
rison was badly defeated for the gov-
ernorship of his slate.
Tho presidency of tho United States
Is a good deal bigger thing than tho
chief magistracy of any state of tho
union to say nothing of the mayoral-
ty of any city. At tho same time
Mayor Harrison is a very Interesting'
presidential possibility and wo shall
watch with lively intorost whatevor
development thero may be in hlti
Used by jeoplo of refinement
ur over a quarter ot a century
You Must not Forget That
(Continued from Pago 1)
Rrlekner T. J
Fllldlng II. M...
Raggatt T. A
Barker E. 0
Dentin? A. E
Brown E. L
Carlln. R. R .
Carter N. M
Dodd II. H
Douglas J. E.
Field & Son
I RENFRO DRUG CO.
J is making a lower price on everything as jf
jl vv an rajci jl a
V -. - w
$ Renfro Drug Co. ft
ft 5SSSS'.'SaSSta oSS-t. p.o. 206 w. Oklahoma Ave. ft
Co.ll and Get Prices
Before Yovi Biy
KEENE'S ADVICE TO YOUNG MEN
The Daily Evening Item of Lynn ; 0rl8BOm R. M.
Mass. is not satisfied with James . ijnrgjs rj q 26 00
Keeno's advice concerning Wall streot jIopburnC' jos'.V. .".'.'.'.'"!! '. &!oo
operations and comments ag followst &Bhnl.onr P. N AB00
Kcone mo miiuonairo speculator Johnson A E ?fi 00
who dropped $3172000 In a deal on Kttvjort w. H S6 00
Saturday and wc- oft to Europe to Kngill0n. L. C A. I '.'...'..'.'. 5 'on
onjoy himself as though nothing hail Wnnd R c EG. 00
happened advises young men to keep t n fi 00
out of Wall streot and cltos hlmsolf Uonl2i D r . 25 00
as a horrible example. Mllhoney' jn0". '. " . " . '. '. ". . 25 " 00
m m rn.ll . merrllv . tra-la-la ' """" "b '""' "u "vv" 'wn "MMItChOll. W. II -26.00
unuu """" '""'""""'- genius for tho business. My resourc
es nro practically without a shore.
m supposed to. hat nj IaInJ;flr 1I( v Z. ........ ' 26. 00
Our repeated warnings to tho pros- rvo )Ut 1Ip a Btun)lon auoUt e !Ike
lden ngalnst the apparently friendly a BjItlor'a wdj ym tol(1 Uie gQcrete
advances of Kaiser William and his of Uie worl1 thc omont they nr9
ropresoiiiativos wont unheeded and born l hnvo nn oar for ovory 0co
now tho Roogovolt children have got nMyo for ovgry Blgn an ngont at tho
tho Germah measles. 'olbew of over opportunity. And yot.
" T . 'ri UI knw and all my powor and
TH CAfllTER HARR'SOU BOOM.;. - urc0B n th3 gamo on
Wo prodrated Immediately aftor U10 pooiiiaUotl 1 iiaVo novor bean ahlo to
rcceht election of Cartor II. Harrison w oftGner U)an four tlln08 )n goven.
to nnothor term of lit Chlcngo may- Four tmog in80V0n l8 on U)e lglu
oralty that ho would soon ho In ovi- si0 lf you havo cariltal onouch to
dence as an 'organlzeda cwdhlatn 8tand tho thr0 os8(?s untihtlfe tldo
for tho noxt nomination Of the D6m- Ulrn8 but f jth hg fatlogi
ocratic party ror tno presiuency. 'porience. knowledge skill and money
Hithorto thero had been consider- ho can baroly como out ahoad w)mt
ablo tnlk;about Harrison for the seo- 8how ms a man wlthout lhoso advnn.
ond plnco on tho ticket bub now tho tng06'? nt tho fnsclnatlon of Qiinnoe
ambitious and quadrpply ouccosHful wm outweigh tho counsel of tho ex-
young mayor of tho western motrop- porioncoil nnd men will speoulato as
oils looms forth for the highest honor long aB 10a romanB. Those to whom
of his party. A large number of his lte .k(Mn oul ailvlcQ u nddroggej
nthuslastic admirers and. presura-1 wm be apt to repy
ably his closost political friends held ug n ciinnce
a meoUng in Chicago yesterday for J
tho avbwcd purpose ot proclaiming -v0 offer One Hundred Dollars re !
and promoting ins canuuiacy. Wari for any ca8e of catarrh that csd Bowden H D
There was an abundance of very nt ti inrmi hv iinii-H rtnrrh n .' J
Ian.. nll n vtwtnv n. - . - . ' '"" ' '
n. It. C. M
Renfro C. R.
Shlnn E. F
StA'mpff .Ine. H....
Wobstor 0. W
Cooper W. M
Curl. J. N
ElROiisohmhU 0. F.
Jones Edgar W...
Jonos U. M
"Clsslnger IJ. S....
McGulrQ F. H
Pattprsqn C. W. ..
Roy nobis H. H. ...
Smith D. F
Wilbur. Com. Co.
Winton J. P... .
Cnlvort J. L....
Gilbert J. A....
Koliey Taylor ...
Get out and glvoiPacUer w D
I Wilson W. M....
Matcliott I. H....
Whitehead J. M...
buoyant Ilarrlson talk a strong nr
ray of reasons why thu hero of the
occasion should be the Democratic
nominee for prosldont in 1001 nnd
very positlvo assurances that he could
win ovBT ROosoVolt Hjr wnybody else
It is too early to mako any positlvo
predictions about tho eampnigu or
tho nomination that will not bo mado
fon moro thai a yoar hence but
Mayor Harrison may' become a vory
formidablo factor In. this contest.
His unbroken series of victories in
the second largest city of tho coun-
try has glvon him a prostlge tho of.
iect of which is foil more or loss. In
all parts of tho country. 'Carter H.
Ilarrlson has boon ft vory much talk-
ed of mun for several years past and
his nnma Is '.pday- u-Ahe Unasyl Jn
tho minds of moro persons than ever
What will be his relative standing
among presidential asplrnnts six
months or one year hence It Is Impos-
F. J. CHENEY. & CO.. Toledo. O
We tho undersigned hnvo known F.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years and
bolleve him perfectly honorable In all
business transactions nnd fln'cncially
ablo to carry out any
made by their Arm.
WEST & TRUAX. Wholesale Drug-
I gists Toledo O.
WALDING. KINNAN & MARVIN
Wholesale Druggists Toledo O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is takon Intern-
ally acting directly upon tho blood
nnd mucous surfaces of tho system.
Testimonials sent free;-" Prlco- 7Cc.
sor bottlo. Sold by all druggists.
Hall's Family Pills aro tho host.
Woods C. II....
Ayres A. L
obligations Buggies. N. B...
Smith Don C
Hancock Dr. A.
Hollor. O. W....
Marshall C. H. .
Myers R. W....
Ray. J. W
Portwood A. P..
Neal Is Rustling. "
Captain T. A. Neal Is working hard
to make the band feature of the St.
l.oiiis trip a success He will tnke a
splendid musical organization to St.
... I 25.00
We are ' buttin' ia" the but-
Only first class outfit in the
territories. Write for sample
and get prices
Wlidor C..R. HO.OOl
nrown T. F...
Ohappoll W. II.
J&yce. II..... ...
Olson E. H....
Sarbor Frank . .
See the grand bargains at Patter-
sons before their cost sale closes.
TBj Associated Press
Kansas City Live Stock.
NJiJtlvo stows U5Q85.2U
Cows and liofrors) 2.004.90.
SfSckera? and feod6rj--8.06'Qi4.9r.
Hogs 10000; 8c lower.
Sheep. 4000; steady.
Lambs 5.50 7.50.
Kansas City Grain.
Cash No. 2 hard G7HO09.
No. 3. 06VfcCS.
No. 4 020G&.
No. 2 red G96D&.
No. 8 can.
' May 0GS3GV4.
Cash Nn. 21nlxed'3G(S37.
No. 2 white. 370S7i.
No. 3 3GCe&.
No. 2 whlto 34
No. 2 mlx6d 32$333.
No. 2 454G.
115 WEST HARRISON AVE.
Saves You Money on Every Purchase S
K Kind patrons of my Racket Store
I I thank you for the trade you give.
N No merchant can try to give more
rG Goods and live and "let live.'1
S Saturday was a banner day
R Racket store was crowded full
A And each patron went away
C Convinced the Racket has the pull
K King's Racket store is here to stay
E Each penny saved from day to day
T Tightens the bonds of those who pay.
New York Racket
SAVES YOU MONEY. -
L PR MOFFEtrS J
DUrrhota Dysentery and
the Bowel Trouble of
Children of Any Age.
Aids Digestion Regulates
tht Bowels Strengthens
the Child and Make
(TEETH I'M PftWnFRS
Costs Only 25c at Druggists or mail 25c to C J. M0FFETT.M. D St Louis Mo.
Cures Eruptions and Sores. Collo Hlvos and Thrush. Removes and Prevents.
Worms. TTJLilJLiiMPiiTTNrV COUNTERACTS AND OVERCOMES
THE EFFECTS OF THE SUMMER'S HEAT .UPON TEETHING. CHILDREN
This elegant hosteloawhas been
relitted and refurnished. They
invite .your patronage.
HODGE & BRITT.
Receipts of wheat 75 cars.
Kansas City Produce.
Eggs frogh 12.
Tho El Reno railroad bonus had
reached ?11175 at 3 o'clock this af
ternoon. But five days remain in
! which. to close the bonus.
Wall is Weak
Work on tho Pattorson-Kagor build-
ing is temporarily slopped owing to
me excavation weaKonmg mo wan or
the Patterson building.
W. H. aierten is moving his com-
mission business to the old quarters
in the legislative building.
v...r . j The Kind Tioti Hava Umn Bowl
Lasts Four Days Only. See Them for Genuine Bargains
' " Patterson Furniture Company t
riail and Telephone Orders Receive Prompt Attention. '
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 108, Ed. 1, Thursday, April 23, 1903, newspaper, April 23, 1903; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc72033/m1/4/: accessed May 24, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.