The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 84, Ed. 1, Saturday, October 29, 1904 Page: 4 of 8
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7HE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLA. SATURDAY OCTOBER 29 1904.
THE GUTHRIE DAILY LEADER.
IIV l.KSMIMi Mltl.AlK.
Member of the.Associated Press. Subscription by wail ftl.OO
n nnn-inr ?J fin. Bv Carrier per week Jo cents.
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-- - Saturday. octVi1er ao.i9M. "
The election of the entire white ticket moans H'osporlty for Outhrio
and l.CRiin rountv
Murphy Trapp. Wlsby Herod
Favor all good nim-nll white.
ir nm nc ver cmertftlmd a serious Milt i ti hw the state of New j
lortt will M m he flfesldentlal election life unpre-e lettteJ registration In
N-w Yuri my '.f '.R3 776 a gain over tfi. rem-trailon of 1100 of 48.0PP.
si't'et It for l'atker intl Davm
The Leader nw'n rises to ask the nuenou why ard fw wbat waa
I F Smith nominated to the tump w called Kenu'dnaii x.nntlrii Does
nny man l.ellee - wm dime In the Interest of the tiupavmg reople of the
Third -tmii"tl district N.t much.
The.T ere two rid chil war soldlera on the l)emorMc rcuntv ticket
tut audi a thlnp la pot f..unil m the ' mnehlne- couii'y tieke. but Instead
Jt Is ii.lcmed with sons of Aft lea for county chrk mil -oratabl and a mul
tttude of i onused negro dciutvahips
ALTON BROOK8 PARKER
OP NEW vonic
HENRY OAG3AWAY DAVIS
OF WEST VIRGINIA.
FOR C0NGRBS8. '
- FRANK MATTHEW8
l.OF GREER CO'JNTY. .
FOR ThE COUNCIL. c
Third District LESLIE G. NIRLAOK.
Fifth District- L. IL OAHPENTER.
Sixth Dlstrtci-IKE B. LEVY.
Statehood f"i Okhhoma will come In the shirt aeaalon of the present
coit?r.-ss '.itt not through the election of Hon ltlrd M'lulr. hut through
the election o' a Democratic tower hone tho Oklahoma delegate to which
will ho Frank Mm hew The- complexion of the timer house of congt.-ee
is os surel.- IioMorratlc nfler the 4th of next March aa Ihnt fnt Intoa and
It ih no longer n at.cstlon of party politlcnl ruprontney In I ogan county
It Ir whether property values ahull contlntio to .leoreaao while taxes oon-
tlnue to tnle up. When the outeldo world kn.iws that a strictly white
man's rule obtains people from nbiond will soeic homos nmong us and In-
vestors will tonic p us with tho confidence tint their Investments will
not be eaten tip by tnxatlon or swamped in tho maemtrom of gloom that
threatens tmr city and county
Tho conservative .tnd thtughtful white people of tho Republican party
tmderptand ihat'tbcv acrlflco no parly principle wlyin thoy combine to
drive "ninrhlnc" polities out of It. Thoy look upon It and rightly too. as
tho only niro method of purifying the party nnd bringing it back to hon-
orable methods whore all Will receive lntr treatment in their conventions.
The "n-iichlne" thoy tiny niuct urrendcr its patent on the uegrn rrnnopoly.
nnd wlon they do that the nun will shino ns formerly and not baforo
Democratic Cotipty Ticket.
Sheriff Rart Murphy.
County Clorlt-Edward Trapp.
Rocister of Deeds E. A. Dotrlok.
Prubate Judge Joseph WIsby.
County Treasurer Geo. W. IHirforrt
County Attorney W. B Herod.
Gottnty Coroner Will Patterson.
County Surveyor F. S. PUlllam.
Public Weittfiar C. H. Donnhue.
Superintendent J. H. Boworsox
rirst District J. D. Burke
Second PiHtrict T. L. Jernigan.
Third District John B. Favor.
Justices of the Peace:
John A Overbay.
J. N. Keya
Constablrj Chas. E. Stlce
Constable John Jones.
!! 5 Ac-ir ' ine $1' 4 t?? Hr. leainU
$ttUfl4 84') 'n September. l'i and
lil.'3t. .&i In September long Trt
total vrluo of all experts from the
Pnlte StM'ea In the twelve m"ntln
'nd.ii wiih Seiteml'or is $l4F".rsv.
win at-nlnn $140G7DC20 in tpo
tweho months on ling with September.
Resolutions of Condolence
fluthrlo. Ol.la.. Oct 11. t04.
Lodge nm of Hartranft Oorps No. 28.
Whoreis. Tho Dhlno Creator In Kin
wladnm has seen fit to summon to His
Otcrcal heme Cotnrnde Augustus Corn-
Whereas In tho loss or Mr. Corn-
ihwnlt wo Imvo lost a faithful com-
rade and his wife and child ton one
who Is near and doer to them: there-
foie bo It
Resolved That wo the members of
Hartranft Corps No. 28 feeling deerly
the Ion occasioned by lrti Hidden de-
parture tendtr to our slater and famlu
our sincere and heartWt sympathy It
ihe.r hour of berenvement nnd sorrow
Reaolvel.-Tliat a copy of these reso
lutlona he arx-end on the minutes and
a opy formtnlml to SUter Comthwalt
and family nnd to the city pnp'-rs of
Uuthrie 0 T
M VE VAMPNEF.
SENATOR FRpM SSa
Recoinineiuls Pe-ru-na Other Prominent
The ropinrrati! di. tot nak white Rupublicana to support tholr ticket as
n part i.ci.et imt fey ark it upon higher grounds that of tho pim'Io wel-
fare of Logan fo.intv and tho capital city. It will in no aeuec he a political
patt'sin lctnrv but a triumph over 'maciilno"' pollt'oa nnd neajio domina-
tion Surely melt a t'fkct In tlto faco of the high linn led nethoda of tho
a.ithtte rinestcrs n- loinliiiiied the arcftllcl Itepubllenn cenvontions of
this conn v otntht to have the support a.td vote of all who levo fn.r piny
and no vl hi eminent.
rite el.M i inn tn I ""jtn county tbla year la purely a lumlneaa propoattinn
in wl.teh ih- iniVfin are to dcte mine wlmt nir wial emii'IUpn "(hnll
be The white Hcpubtle-uia have .t in ihuir imwer to iteUie the aiieatton.
If thrv ar n.tlned with th s. tlal aad buinea condition that now exlat
and wnnt tiivtmorn uttil ininimra'Uin to atav nwjv it la .heir rlgl't to vote
Into offlio f'ir iiothr two vetrra tho lanttlilnte negrcea and fcH oi tlw
"uinohtni'-vhlth claims anft exorcise the right to dteinte the iwilitnationa
of the Republican party antl its tiollcy In Loiinn cniinlv If on the other
liniul they want a different state of thlnga then ilmv ought to vo'c dwn
the "machine" ticket with audi a loud Unappnval a ill force the retire-
ment of the rlnmterH so that in the future fair plav and t'tecmy ahull
t'uvtrn tho tounrli and the onnventlnne of the parly
THE REPUBLICAN POSITION
Headquarers Itepubllenn Torrltciry
Committee; Onthrie July 8 1003. W'
deElro to repo&t that the Republicans
of Oklahoma me absolutely united 'Ip
favor ot statehood for Oklahoma and
against tho Dfrtiocratlc scheme ot sin-
gle Btatohocd. 'They adhere to ihc plat-
rorm upon whlfch thoy elected tholf
present iletegute and protest apnlnat
ooing refubod admission until tho un-
certain time when the affairs of the
Indian tenitury will wariant a condi-
tion of stntehool thero From tho
AUdresa I'auel bv the Republican Ter
All haute look like Jnp boat a tc tl
A CLEAN TICKET.
Tho white Republicans of Guthrlo and F.ogan county aaid to the Demo-
crats 1'iit Up a cienn set of cundldutea. freo from iltiat rtilu an I we will
help ou to elect It na a rebuko to the Guthrlo 'marline" and negro official-
ism Th') nemupints have done that und every onu on thi Ctkot la a clean
man and n loprehentnllve of our boat cltlgonshlp and two of thorn are old'
veterans of tho Union army in the civil war.
i i .
WILL HERWIG APPOINT NEGRO DEPJTIESr '
The v lilto Republicans those who print tholr homes and the fair repu-
tation of city and county are insistent to know whether H. A. Herwlg who
stands j.on the county "machine" ticket for tho office pf rcgiaUr of dooda;
will appoint (.rrjilte or Idack deputies In hla office if cleoled? They hav-i
right to Know this nnd hla persistent refusal to answer t'.u-:h a sin pic' aifd"
reasonable Inquiry ran only bo taken Jn on way auj thut is that1 hlu'
dcputlea will be negroes. .If It in not his intention to appoint them it wduld'
lie cpil'o easy fr him to aajo. Hla opponent K A. DetrlcV ' coftia1 otlt
like tho true man. hejf and aaya he will not. ' '
What hnc becomo of tho mutton-suet
cakes mother used to make?
Wi irt glad the repoit of the St.
LoutH atruhlp'B flight explains that the
thini; was pull. I instead of pusdied
It be RalU( n.--t blunders like tua'
fn inettl'ig a fl-hing fleet what lll It
do oi meeting lite Japanese QbhUug
The Stan lard uil conipeuy Indig-
nantly .ten Ice th' charge that it ha
lime for any bkuinuaa that aliowa leM
prints than oil.
The Riiiw.-Miaion of the eruption
from VtuvIiiB und I'elee lead to tU
hope- that Joo Cannon is not tntlrely
M I'Uls people hnvo been seelne
luilllon dollar pitiflU In the World's
fair and now they are seeing air ship
iioati'ic ow tho town.
It if h haurdoua underlaking to
stand in front of a fast train to be
run iv.r by an automobile or to plav
renter rush on a foot ball team
Tauart wants u to kcaw that ho
iinitll the ItepubHCAfi l.Ulllb (I
" rou- the contrary
'J'lu- depnrtmei t of commerce and
labor iflsuee u bulletin showing the
total quantity of cotton exported dur-
I;ir the month of September. '001 Ui
be 410.040 fll inmnda. valued at f4-
742325. These dguren oxceed thoee ot
nny earlier September IhjUi as to th
quantity nnd value of cotton eiported.
The novt lnrgwt September expoita-
lion of ooton in eailler years wae that
of Septennjf r H2 when the total waa
S17.600.l0i) pcundr. valued at $21930-
815. In September of 1001. 38S7. 18nti
tinrt 1390 the totul number of pounds of
cotton oxrortud exceeded $200 C'00000;
but In the Intermediate years tho to
lals woro in manv casesi very much less
bp thnt the September 1?04 exports or
At .. . .......
eiuua ii. av no -consiuerea an itiuy'
doublo.the avera?e September export
in earlier ycftra. 1
Tho avmu'e oxporUiprice pe. pound
of the cotton1 exported In September
190. "says the lultetln. waBlCLC-cenU.i
aaitiBt 10 8 centstln September 1903;!
lpV? cents In Seftetotor 1900 anr"
2 cents in lfcOO In the Intermediate
years between 1S90 and 1900. how'ever
Peplcmbcr pricoe fell much below the
ffguros above rdnted tho nverngo ex-
ports prico in Sopten.ttor 18WI being
S rents per pound: in September. 1805
VG centa in Septera'or. 1897 G7
cents and tn Septemler 1'.S. 6.8
ppnts per itotind
Tbla Increase In the exportation of
cotton during September 1904. as com-
pared wih Se.it9inler lf01 orcuri
chfefl at the southern portr anil es
Tko unklssed Howie liac paaaod ln pecla'ls at tl.il -eston. At Rosto.-.
br examination Emotional ladlea do ! there is an iicreaae of atwut 8.HW0t)0.
airing hot-house divorcea will fcarccly 'at N. ..rk an 'ncrease of stout 14-
aeek out Ums hiraute and oold bloodel 'ooo.ooo po-iu.. at New OrleanK an In
QlndaUme ag legal advlaer. creaae of ia.'KKt.v'dO nounda; at 9avn-
' - I nah an Increae of alioilt 60000 OOt
V are not prepared to diepute Ui!aiui .t a-iviton an inoremie of 110
....... llmv r. Hlla 0n I lie tm () MO nmimts.
At t.o destination the ehlef Increase
is in eocnorte to the Utiitetl IC'ngdoui.
to which the ahlpmenta of Septetiiliei 1
HUH. amount tc 2SSSTS.M7 liouuda
ialnst "5 : 906 77 pounds In Septemtt
of last venr To France the total in
craternal Ofders and Schools Taking
an Active Interest.
Wcthe .'uproentnllves of tho dif-
ferent contestants appointed by ths
Guthrlo merchants and others. hao
counted the ballota to date In tho
Prico & Teople p'ano contest which ro-
eiilts ns follows'
I. O O. F. lodgo U00
F. O.- F. lodge 390
Kjights. of Pythias 517
Rannor sohool 44S
Logan Co. Hiijh School ..1119
Fire department 30
A. O U AV. lodge 5
Degree of Honor lodra . . 40
Total ... .i t;tB6
F. D. Pearson
I. O. O. F.
R. H. Shearet
b. C. H. S.
C. E. Bcgardus
F. O. E.
;l HON. JOHN J.PATTERSON. " ' j'
ITlin. .Tnltn .T Pnl.A..nn T7vTTMnA .-. n . . n .. M
.. . ..... i..- uiwu oioh'i ocnaior irom outn (.arotina in a
letter from 87-8 Chestnut street Philadelphia Pa. writes :
"As quite a number of my friends have and are using Peruna as
a catarrh cure with beneficial results J feel that J can safely recom-
mend It to those suffering from that disorder." J. J. Patterson.
Commodore Nicholson of the U. S.
No 1.-17 drew a pair of P. C. Rob-
iiifcott's famous $3 60 shoe Anctiior
drawing an Nor. 6.
J SECRETARY'S OFFICE. . a
Commodore Somervlllo Nieholnon of
the United States Navy in a letter from
1837 It Streot Korthwost Washington
D. C says:
"Your Peruna has been and is now
nsed by so many of my frlonds and
acquaintances as a suro euro for catarrh
that I am convinced of Its curative
qualities and I unhesitatingly recom-
mend It to all persons suffering from
that complaint." S. Nicholson.
U. S. Minister to Guatemala.
Dr. W. Godfrey Hun tor U. S. Minister
to Guatemala and ex-mombor of Con-
gress from Kentucky in a letter from
Washington D. C writes!
"I am fully satisfied that your rerun a
is an cfncaciou8 xomedv for catarrh as I
and many of my friends have been
bcnoflted by Its uso." W. O. Hunter
Well known men of dignity and proml-
nonco in the United States endorse and
recommend Peruna for catarrh.
If you do not dcilvo prompt and satis-
factory results from tho obo of Peruna
write atonco to I)r. Hartman giving a
full statement of your case and ho will
bo ploased to glvo you his valuablo ad
Address Dr. nartrnan President ot
Tho UartmuU Sanitarium Columbus
nnce policies. The following aro the ier ineludlni; cnpltol buildings school
Incorporator A. T. Hamlltrn. Joe ).. an pblP lnm
Hill. Com Hinchahlff nnd E L Balls Tm leglalatu.e alw asks thnt pa-
of Oklahoma City. . bp nltltd g)mriHan of UleIr
The Henderson Piano comrany of own .dilld-en.
Texas filed a ocitiflcnte appolmlug !
.lejivBoi: ii. ltinniu ot usiaiioma a
'.heir spent )
INDIANS TO RETAIN LANDS.
Sir Tea Llptoit proposes to oneotir-
oge yachting in British wntors A a
opeclal ovent ho might pub up a nice
oup and let tho Sliamroolte rnisu for It
'Omdldutee are kissing lirtptesK
babies out u Indiana Voat yetr
from now shoae nati!e will hnve ne
.ison at least for being glnd tltey
are four years ot ler
Just for Texas 1ms Juat had wmie
but that it also fnlla on Ihe Juat we
can not admit until Oklahoma gets a
Kaiser Wilheloi lias become an ad-
herent of the Imureaaiioiiltt school in
art. No the gentlemen of the oourl Sonembe 1901 '" "Ushtlv letow the
will havo a fine time guessing whit Ih
Sam Hin the etuperar has tried to
point nnd gettlug sent to tho Jungle
when the guees wrong
Ijjure of Se'.ter.iber of Jat year be-
ing foi Spptor.bT. li4. 40417 8t
pounds agalnat 11.9570 pounds In
September 190.?. To Gernwny there 1
la a.ii Increase tin ugh await aa com-
pared with that to the United King
dom the total for September. l.t be-
Charlea Wagner tha Parlalan clercv-
" ...ii ...
f uUen in. fhi fchln no mali.T. """ '"T' ""-fa iBiH nuoiit I ne
' kii.lAlr..:. ii ... I --.
...-. .!-. iikmi.k -. Mfcmre tour in au .bL'.o4J pat -ids. a?al-wt M.J7J-
ot tiM United Steu aiiuHlUBeuualv
vvith the cainpulaii apell-blndera
k-ia..rr. 6.tMl me J'llHlutiir.n u (late. Kev t'b.arlo4 nml
I li p-)im.t in Seoteniber of last yer
l'l As a conspqueno of tbla Inraie ex
A charter was ?rnnted to tho Hitch
cock Morcnntlle compnnv of Hlteh-
eock with a capital fltocR of tit) 000.
Tho company will condurt a general
morchandUe buflness. The fohowlng
aro tho incoiporators' J. E Wolty
nnd C. A Howell of Hitchcock nnd
William nnu John Ash of Oklahoma
The Hamilton Rnlls & Company of
Oklahoma flity filed artirles of incor-
poration this afternoon. They have
ntrcnfltaL'etock of'i410000 Tho pur-
ttoaeof the company to handle real
estate ma?te .loanar&nd write insut-
A notarial commlselon was issued to Sr and Fox Tribe Object to Depart-
Lena D Fischer of Oklahoma Citv . ment Ru n'g
"-""""- I The Sac nnd Fox InJinns. in Eastjrn
CHICKASAW LEGISLATURE. Oklahoma have voted to retain their
dead Indian lands rather than accept
To Ask Government to Pay All Moneys lne Imlln" departments new rullns In
Due. rognrd to their fenlo. Tlie monoy re-
coived 'iom tho pales 1$ to be kept by
Oct. 29. Tho Chick- the npnta nml ')ad to thc Indians at
ue rate ot ni per mourn it is tht
feature to which the Indians object.
Ardmore I. T
asaw legislature has reconvened at
Tishomingo. The legislature hap pass-
ed an Important resoKtron asking the
federal government M pay the nation
before 190f all moneys due It ior what-
Dally Leader 10 centa a week deliv-
ered every day oxcept Sunday.
Harry's hack line deserves row
An act was also passed providing for patronage. Call promptly answered.
Stablea GrtsBoui 41
tho salo of all public property of the Oklahoma Ave. I
Chickasaw natlorfothehYghest' bid-' ' TStaithl
Has added to their well-known school the famous Byrne Simplified Shorthand and Prac-
tical Bookkeeping als ) two expert teachers of the same.
These systems not only enable the student to complete the course in half the time ard at
half the cost of other systems but to do better work an bookkeeper and stenonrnpher Call or
write the CAPITAL CfTY BUSINESS COLLEGE Guthrie Okla.. for full particulars.
Renfro"s Drug Store 1
is Headquauters this year for All Kinds of School
Books and School Supplies Stationery and Drug-
C. R. REMFRCX
206 West Oklahoma Avenue. Opposite Postoffice.
i-'indK hail i ii $COOO00.0f.) I h
I.epuNican u 'i iinlntratlon aaid thev
iiidn i Wl)ih waild jou believe
General portailm f -oton In Sei)tenilMr tha'A
Apathy seem to have a larger follow i-.tui wiiuc of e uirta f-om tbo l nlt l'S
Ing among the comnon ieople tlian States i nthe month of SeDtembir ex- 9
Prascriptions n Specialty.
Call for Your Coupon.
Jhave the strenuous stump performor ceids that f.r Rep'en ber n any pre a5CWa'!&$iB038$K&
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