The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 82, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 20, 1908 Page: 4 of 8
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THE LEAD3SR GUTHRIE OKLA. THURSDAY AUGUST 201.008.
BY LESLIE G.
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TELEPHONES 75 AND 69.
TUESDAY. AUG. 18 1308.
WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN
JOHN WORTH KERN
For Corporation Commissioner.
A. P. WATSON
of Pottuwatomlo County.
For Chief Justice Supreme Court.
ROBERT L. WILLIAMS
Hi Bryan County.
For Associate Chief Justice.
SAMUEL L. HAYE3.
For State Senate.
For Representatives Logan County
H. E. DERWIN
'of Noble County.
of Oklahoma County.
of (Jralg County.
of Carter County.
ot Comanche County.
VAN CLEAVE AGAIN.
' Jmnea V. Van Cleavo Is again busy
this time in an open atatemont to ef-
fect thnt neither himself or those who
think as he does will over bo satisfied
with a Bryan administration of gov-
ernment affairs. Perhaps no ono per-
boii n this wHo world Is more con
acloiia ot the truth of this statement
than William Jenlngs Bryan nnd Pot"-
haps few caro less tor the regard of
this Mr. Van Cleave than this same
Mr Van Cleavo believes that Mr.
Bryan Is a living menace to "vented
rights" an! Mr. Bryan believes that
Van Cleavo is a dangerous man to ho
a citizen of any country.
Eac.i represents cortnln elements of
noclotyv and thoso elements must take
th measure r.t the men. and cast
their votes accordingly. Mr. Bryr.n Is
n ilovout believer that tho rights of
the many are nwny and far superior
to the wishes or ttio select row
Van Cleavo believes those
Marled by legislators favorable to ono
fr two Industries should bn Increased
Ijy at least not bothering with romedl -
w legislative enactment air. iiryau
will always hold tho ill-will ot men
who are asking for the legislative
favnr Ho enn never be culled "con'
m-r 'atlvo" by the reactionary fellows
who ask for tariffs and homilies that
their profits mav ho enormous There-
fore Ik incu"s the dimileamire of their
upokexmau Mr. Van Clenve and thore
fore thos men and tbolr unite 1 fol-
low log will vote against Mi Bryan for
mi) position of responsibility It Is
the fnrt ha "ana convinced all men of
bis intense onraeslness against such
men that bos made him the Idol of the
vniera of tutWlset who seek but an
h mput chance to pare their "oread
In the approaching election the
Banrs Van Cleaves and their tribe
will te an unit for Mr. Taft. if those
whom they haw onurMd ore awake
t their.bost Interest Mr Bryan need
mi bp worried owr results.
UNCLE WILLIAM WEEP?.
Good old Mr. William It Nelson
tout -eronimr of the Kansas City Star
har been having; a uaid teuton. Time
was when Mr Nelson drove the Star
Straight iktVtn the path of ooiuleteuc)
(I ii would not haul tho old nug out
o( that bridle pili foi all th friends
in tine earth Now 'tis liffert-nt
t ntio William had pulled a taut rlu
for faft and reform and did much to-W-d
making that gentleman the can-
mdate uf tho Republican party for
I efciduut. Cufortuuately ho fallod to
Jnnrt a yic-preldeui of his own kind
or Ui his liking and sinco that time
toe Kansas City S'nr has been bully-
vhanstd ebout vor the rough briars
ol shame end confusion until the old
Klg in Which formerly rode in stato
tn ftenluVof the Star is about roady
for the fccrf.p. It Is bard to get
Ihrnugh with uiid Mr. Nehtou doos
not allow ills telegraph or raannglng
rlitors jxtr& paco to pun Mr. Slior-
man but ho probably will got through
the patch ft'.l right unless oeset with
ucuto indigestion in tho lust days of
Fuzzlo No. 0 why are Flynn and
Am"s so vitally Interested in inatlors
ilirectly antagonistic to the xtsto ad
WHO AND WHY?
Is the statements of tho New York
Sun to go In tho record without &
word from Taft?
Tho Sun says: "we understand what
la duo Jtcoucvolt ami Taft will loso no
vote by his utterance."
'Is that a correct estimate of the big
And hero Is auotiior. from the Sun
news wires and as yet unquestioned:
"It Is notlceablo as Taft's chances bo
come cortnln that Wall street re-
turns to work with confidence of not
Does this sound Rooseveltlau?
Is there hope In thoso statements
for the gonornl public?
Each day brings proof thnt tho
gamblers and stock Jobbers think Taft
will bo one ot them and that their
former practise of assault upon the
comniorclal honor of this country will
be unnoticed from the White House.
Has th0 Uepubllcan press no ans-
wer to or for theso utterances by one
yho seems to speak oy the card and
as on having authority?
Tno New Lork Sun seldom errs In
mm). It has. for years ibeen tho Pirate
chief of the W&ll street Interests ano"
fonra not the wrath of the people be-
ing able to master Its subsidize! bank
account. It becomes tho spokesman
of Mr. Toft anil as such tells Its Wall
Street readers that iMr. Taft roforms
only In spells ani that to placate
And- does not tho trend of events
show that tho gentloman from Ohio
has made some splendid promises to
the Wall street editor?
Mr. Taft may bo a. great man but
ho is not sufficiently great to be a
safo president and at tho samo mo-
ment a frlond of Wall atrcct practises.
SCHOOL LAND SITUATION.
The salo of tho school lotids Is In
no way a partlslan question and tho
adborentB for an ! against are as bad-
ly mixed Insofar as political convic-
tions go as Is possible for men to be.
Tho opponents of sale havo this doublc
alvantage besides those who oppose
mnpy oppose (because ot the provisions
Jlsllkcd in tho bill accompanying tho
petition for sale. And it can not bo
gainsaid tho opponents of the bill aro
Reduced lown to nn abstract propo-
sitlon with two dotnvtnbla mattors. thn
irionus ot o can nopo for many m
cnills who aro aware that It might
hrlne- mnro tnnnnv in tlin vtntn In n
; direct channel to th0 school fund by
noidins lands nut tnat tno a Mo and-
lordlsm plan over has and will over
WOrk toward the weakness of citizen-
ship an 1 faluro to keep lands ns they
should bo. Again the preferonco right
wrltton In the enabling act will al-
ways mitigate against the proper sale
and ii8 lands Increase In value that
right stands as tho greater barrier to
the outside bidder who must pay moro
than tho land is worth or allow the
lessee to keop samo without tho wor-
ry of bidding.
Li. ... ...i "77 ' ... ."..:'" . f
All this tomfoolory about "standing
r?"" "" "" .'"Vr'.V
- iwii vs. mtJ HtlMIU MIIIJ WO )! IffllL
tor & backwoods picnic but thore Is
o far no champion out ou tho hust-
ings "dfendlng posterity" who has
achieve l oven a modost roputatlou for
being too forward In defending virtue
or chlldiou In this some good period
of NOW Tholr apprehension posteri-
ty mav need some ono natrldo -an
egotistic mount to drlvo r.way caro
and sorrow hi llko the promise of the
drunkard to take one moro spree bo-
for. quitting forever.
If the lands nre sold for their pres
ent market value and tho funds In-
vetitel In bonds of good valuation
barkttd by state or munlcltihllty tho
ehlUl of tomorrow will bo nblo to get
n education without any of us return-
lug from Cletlnl shores to apply the
lash r.t truth and school land salvage
; to make the poor dear start down tho
I u.1lirAtlf.nnl Imtn
It might nUo bo addod that some
dosporatoh foarful of total nnnlhlla.
Mon of red school hotisas for tho com-
ing generations made a swell offorl
to get hold of a bdiool land section
worth Momethlng like fifty thousanl
dollars by mere sayso of tho legisla-
Tom Latta of Tulsa Is still biting
If Haskell does put Bcnodlci in jail
he will stay thure. Bellamy will never
pardon him out.
The Tulsa World does not like the
Democratic slat administration That
Is very evident.
THE BALTIMORE "BOLT."
Tho Hem bolng printed throughout
the Southwest thai tho Baltimore
American has bolted Bryan. Is one
worthy of two lort township politi-
cians seeking to fodi another pair by
reason ot making them believe tho
election has been cnllud off. The
Amerlcnn bolted Mr. Brynn In both
former campaigns and bolte1! Gorman
repeatedly when that great opponent
of force bill methods wna still nllvfe.
it gave n half-henrted support (o Judge
Parker and that becnuse It has s6me
little regard for propriety left and
Thomas Fortune Ityan holds the bon Is
of the paper which has boon growing
deoper In debt and poorer since the
campaign of 1S9G.
Ably edited nnd with as good press
serv'so a any other newspaper pub-
lished in a city of n half million peo-
ple tho poor Amerlcnn Is a political
outcast and stirs no water of power
save when as now some Uepubllcan
spaco writer wishes oxtra pay and
stnrts nnothor story of Domocracy be-
There Is not a Itepunllran nows-
papor In Kansas or Oklahoma as con-
sistently Republican as this newspaper
Just now being published: as a deser-
tor from th0 ranks of Domocracy.
NOT A SPEAKER.
Tho Republican committee Is care-
ful to stetr that It In not necessary io
8 on i Bieaklitr trli for Mr. Tut to
win. mi 1 make ctrer siivlonicits of
almllnr Import rho trtili would nV.
Il.juro .Mr Taft but tho managers
lire foaful to rolato It That Mr. Taft
is ono of the poorest public speakers
among I ho great men of tills ago Is
well understood nn requires no apol-
ogy. Mr Taft fn incapable of making
a speccii nnyoni would pay heed to
nnd that docs not Indicate Uiat ho has
not a good mind or n grasp of topics
of interest. He was simply so en-
dowed art to he unnblo to express him-
solt from the stump and tho moro ef-
forts ho would mako In that direction
tho less he would bo able to accomp-
lish. But thv Uepubllcan managers offer
so many silly excuses for their can-
didate ono would think It a crime be-
cuuso he Is unable to mako oven a
semblance- of a public address.
O WHAT EDITORS ARE SAYING O
The Last Guest.
Col. Wnrdwell died on Saturday In
Arizona his Inst thought fur his wife
a leper. She lies strapped to a bed In
an adjoining room. For her too the
ond of tho toilsome rlad Is near.
No disease Is so dreadful as lonrusy.
Sickness ethercnllzes and death con
fers Its seal of stibliino majesty. Alone
too scarred and maimed leper remains
an object of horror. Tho lovo which
conquers death In such a form out-
weighs any ot the "grand passions" of
which poets sing. Given but a modicum
of courage ami death for beauty's sake
Is easy. Death for beauty destroyed
beyond all hopo of remembrance calls
for lovo almost superhuman. And
such love Col. Wnrdwell had dlsplayod
Prudence dictated and tho law sought
to compel the abandonment of' hor
whom ho had promised to protect "in
sickness and In health." But tho war-
worn vetoran found a higher law.
Taking him with her ho fled the (Hate
wfalch would havo compelled their sep-
aration. Tho gallant soldier now sur-
rendered to the mighty onemy con-
quered yet the victor.
Sociologists aro bewailing tho weak-
ening of domestic ties the courts are
choked with suits for dlvorco and press
and pulpit doploro tho lovlty with
which marrlago Is now regarded.
Tho Btory of Col. Wardwoll shows thnt
oven in theso prosaic days love en-
dures Ono of Gibson's drawings
portrays an old couplo seated at tho
dining table. Empty chairs give ovl-
denco of tho departed guests. Her
head rests iion his shoulder wh'
lovo lnvlslblo to both drains a toast
to llio days that wore. Fcr Col Ward-
well and hi suite lovo too has remnlncd
"tho last guest." New York World.
O MUCH IN LITTLE. O
It Is alleged that C. Geronlino Jonus
the man who built Oklahoma City af-
ter It had guno broke Is going to make
Republican speeches. He will draw
good crowds for Jonos alms to build a
railroad to each community that la
polite to him.
The trusts had tholr candidate's
(Mr. Sherman) pluturo taken wiWi a
large smile on the left side or his face.
That was the smile no doubt ot Mr.
Shurmnn for the pour dovll who thinks
a veto for Taft Is a vote agnlnst tho
A poor devil robbed nn Arkansas
postofflce and wont to McAlostor
where' he uupposod tho Indians would
protect him. An officer arrested the
fool ami shlppod him to Arkansas
where he will bo ablo to tell hla friends
they will find mere brick blocks than
mon wonrlng blankets If they go to
Beware of Ointments For Catarrh
That Contain Mercury.
as mercury will mirely destroy the
sou&o of smell and completely derange
tho wholo system when entering it
through the mucous surfaces. Such
articles should never bv used except
on prescriptions from roputablo phy
sicians as tho damage they will do
is ten fold to tho good you can pos-
sibly dorl from them. Hall's Ca-
tarrh Cure manufactured oy F. J
Cheney & Co. Toledo O.. contains no
morcury and is taken internally act
ing vtlroctly upon tho blood and mu-
cqus surface of tho system. In buy-
ing Hall's Cntarrh Curo be uro you
get tho genuine. It Is takon Internally
and mndo Jn Toledo. Ohio by F. J
Cheney & Co. Testimonials free.
Sold by druggists. Price 75c per
Take Hall's Family Tills for con-
Mn' all'selld Lcthr Shew $1.50
O ODD OBSERVATIONS ..O
DOOQO O-O OOOOOOOOO
After nil our advertising for con-
struction bids for our dew mansion
nnd tho caro wo have given to archi-
tects from various parts of the coun-
try it begins to look as If tho Buzzer
would be unable to erect a suitable
house thlsl fall. Wo advertised for
bids to be opened on tho seventeenth
or this month and we wero bolng ta-
ken out automobile riding having tho
best of bottled beers thrown down our
gullet nnd having as pleasant n time
08 enn befall ono who has dedicated
his life toward pulling his fellow mor-
tals up the hill to our Intellectual
feasts. What happened to chango the
order of things Is beyond us. Wo
made tine kind of a house wo desired
plain nnd all seemed anxious to glvo
us what wo wanted twelve rooms up
stairs nnd a sort of a gcuoral kltchon
reception bedroom and pig sty In a
large airy room on the first floor.
Bullnday at times felt thnt wo might
afford a sort of nook to itself on the
lower floor whore the nine girls
might oi'tortnin Bonte of the rough
necked gamins who wish to spark
but ns wo do not propose to have that
sort pestering about the houso much
we figured wo can live below and tho
oven dozen could snoozo In separate
well-ventilated rooms on the top floor.
A few days ago wo stated that wo
had $"00 In cash and expected to pay
tho remalndo of tho price of tho man-
sion at quarterly Intervals and Blncu
that time for some reason unknown
to us we have been unable to get a
bidder to stay around and it looks
as If we will have to re-ad vortlso
for construction or else abide In tho
leanto another autumn and winter sea-
son. Ono unfortunate and seemingly
unavoidable part of this effort to build
was that Bullnday had thought of put-
ting In tho rag carpet as ono ot the
housohold Items lost in the. fire we
had last oprlng but when bo many
nicely dressed young men called to
bid on the new mansion Bullnday
took that carpet out ot tho storm cel-
lar where we had put most of the
stuff that was listed aB destroyed by
flro whon tho adjuster was hero and
as we had It on the floor we had no
right to list It as destroyed while us-
ing It. But of course there must be
so mo little loss and Inconveniences ac-
company our wauderlng from the cra-
dle to tho grave. Wo shall proceed to
re-advertlse and perhaps tho weath-
er being fnvorable and Uio contest
close between rival candidates wo
may bo able to get our home built and
In order beforo the winds ot January
make wrinklea whore once bloomed
youth and Milwaukee products.
O OKLAHOMA POINTS. O
Mrs. I.zlzle Uugg wus found dead a;
tho farm homo near El Reno. S!io had
gone to get a bucket of water and
dropped dead In tho yard ot heart
Following the announcement of pov-
erty was tho cut of the splendid ton-
story offlco building- owned by the
Pioneer Tolephono company at Okla-
Oklahoma City nogroos threatened
to mob a member of tholr colony for
bad conduct stating tho raco was hav-
ing troubles enough without being ad-
ded to by ono devoid of reason.
Oklahoma City purcdiasod some hose
for fire department upon which there
waa to bo a rebate. Tho robater has
not appeared though anxiously
Some mlscronut Hhot tho pluto glass
from tho front window of thu Sapphire
cafe at BartlesvlUo Sunday.
O RANDOM SHOTS. O
Come to think of it catching wolves
by the Jaw and tcnrlng thorn In twain.
Is llko killing snakes by catching them
by the tall nnd Jorklng their head off
by a peculiar tall twist-xoach has a
bail ending If the catch or twist falls
to be ust soso.
Nearly all of our monoy has beon
"guaranteed" to someone bofore tho
weekly pay cheek comgs toarln' about
Some of thoso Oklahoma City edi-
tors nre so uteenly snobbish tn0y nCvor
ouu on ioik. uioupa limy visit mo cap
ital oaoh afternoon on "spushur per
Tho Muukogee I'hoonlx applied the
stlngor thus: "Editor Bonedict
QUIBTI..Y submitted to arrest." Did
tlie liiooiilx think he would go nun-
paging llko Alfred Hunter?
"Suffored day and night tho tor-
mont ot Itching pllos. Nothing helped
mo until I used Dean's Ointment it
cured me permanently." Hon. John
It. Garrett Mayor Qlrard Ala.
O SLAPS AND SLAMS. C
How Much For Him?
Soutnwost Oklahoma Ib for Taft
Hobart Uepubllcan (heated season).
Turn the Out of Trap.
Thoro Is a gambling hell catching our
young boys right here In town. King-
Pain anywhere stopped In 20 min-
utes sure with one of Dr. Shoop's
Pink Pain Tablets. Tho formula Is
on tho 25-cent box- Ask your doctor
or druggist about this formula! stops
womanly palus headaches ;a!us any-
where. Write Dr. Shoop Itaclne Wl.
for free trial to provo value of hU
Headache or pink. Pain Tablets. Sold
by Wallace's drug store.
O KERN AS A STORY-TELLER. O
Thoro are no bettor storj tollers
to bo fo.tud than John W. Kern al-
though when ho indulges in the Hu-
morous for tho benoflt ot his friends
It la always to the cleanest sou.
Mr. Krn has n keen taste for tuo
satire In life ills friends recall ono
of his tmciiHtlc utterances Indulged
m on llio occasion when lie wns urn-
lng with W. J. Bryan not long afo.
At tha time Mr. Kern Was being dis-
cussed as n vico presidential possi-
Someone ocularly remarked tnat a
few years In Washington as tho vice
l-rosldont of tho country ought to
p.easo Kern greatly. Tho question
aioso as to tho expense ot living In
"Yes" said Korn "I understand
that It Is costing Vico President Fair-
banks ubout $50000 it year. Now at
that ralo considering the stale ot
my phyulcal fortuno I could llvo In
Washing. o nnbout one day."
Mr. Bryan was greatly amused at
the utterance it Is said and often
elludos o Mr. Kcm's remark.
As long as somebody doesn't organ-
Ud u Cuirau club John W. Korn can
no liuiM'i'.J through tho campaign.
Curran la a good enough name and
nil that but It duos not happen Io bo
Ins linmo. And many people sinco
be has been uuo of tho big gunt m
Indiana politics mid his nnmo has
been often spokou havo used It Cur-
'ran. Not bo very long ago JudgaBiltchitrd
of tho criminal court received a letter
from a jcuu concerning tho trial ot
liarry V- Brunaugh then In progrciia
and the num spoke of "Mr. Curraii "
moaning Mr. Korn.
"Such 'Is fame" suggested tho
judge "through two campaigns Tor
governor nnd Btll Mr. Curran J"
Yes Mich Is fame!" sighed Mr.
John W. Korn has always boon
pioud that he was onco a school
tenchor. Beforo ho was its years of
ago ho taught district school in How-
i.rd county. He wns a slender youngs-
ter at tho time weighing llttlo moro
than 'too pounds.
Many of Kern's pupils were more
than 20 years of ago and In slzo wero
grown men. He taught one school tor
two tortua with much success and gave
up tho occupation of "sctiooimnstor"
to become a lawyer.
While getting his earlier education
Mr. Keru attended what was culled
tne Indiana normal school of Kokomo.
lie rodo to school each morning on
horseback and carried his luncheon.
He has often admitted that ho recited
his lessons to his horse during tlie
noon hour and that frequently on the
way to und from school ho indulged
in flights of oratory that madu the old
borao prick up Its ears.
Affability has always been ono or
Mr. Korn'fa prominent characteristics.
He is keenly .satirical but his satire
never wounds. Ho is very popular
wun tne loading men or opposlto poli-
tical faith. Last night Vice President
Fairbanks said of him.
Mr. Kirn is an able lawyor and
an upright patriotic citizen. Wo hnvo
always been warm poraonat friends.
M) ono was moro cordial than ho in
bis welcome when I returnee irom tho
coiiNoiumu at Chicago four years ago."
In nppeuranco Mr. Kern Is not u
rigged wan. Ho is of slondor build
but possoBsos strong vitality. Two
or thrco jcars ago his health failed
did he and his frlonda believed that
ho was lapldly going into decline
His physician Bounded the warning
ce-Ha'miptlcn." In his oarH and ho
started in to mako n fight for hla lire.
Ho Bought a moderuto climate in tlie
fcouth and nftor jt h! months' stuy
tamo home a now man. Sinco Hum
his IiohIIJi has beon good.
John . Korn has for years worn
i bin wnlskers. It 8 his haiilt bortly
to caress his beard when lio is at
work o'lon his political frlmids havo
mado Jokes about "John Kern's wills-
Korn." "Dont jou mind thorn" .Mr. Korn
1ms frequently replied. Thoy are u
comfott tn nio."
Ono day two or three politicians
called to seo Mr. Korn at his olllce.
uuo or tnoiii who was Jocularly In-
i lined remarked: "I'd llko to seo
Mr. Ko.-n without thoso whlskors."
rurnlng to Korn ho asked. "Why do
jou weir thorn anyway?"
Korn stroked ills heard thoughtfully
for a moment nnd turning to bin cnll-
"Well : think I wear thorn chiefly
because they bolong to mo."
Indianapolis lawyors who havo
Loon associated with John W- Kuril In
a legal way had complimentary" things
to aay ct him last night and whon
news of hla nomination was received
' Mr. Korn has always beon con-
sidered a fine lawyer." said ll. O.
Hnwklns "and Is ono of the most
popular members of tho Indiana Bar
Lawyers of the city say that Mr.
Kerfiwhindo a good record as city at-
torney of Indianapolis.
Sir. Korn was tho special frlond or
thtrinte . G. Smith who was ono or
the leading attorneys of tho state ami
a few years ago Kern and Smith made
a trip to F.urope together.
Excellent Health Advice.
Mrs. M. M Davison of No. 397 Glfv
ford ave. San Jose. Cal. says: "Tho
worth of Klectrlc Bitters as a general
family remedy for headaches bllloiw-
ess and torpor of th0 liver and bow-
els d so pronounced that I am prompt-
ed to say a word in Its favor for the
benefit of those Booking relief from
such afflictions. There Is more health
for the digestive organs In & bottle
of Electrlo Bitters' ihau in any other
remedy I know of. Sold under guar-
antee at c. R. Itenfro durg store. 50c.
The Methodist Sunday school expect
to hold a l.awn Social Friday evening.
The fund goes toward tlie nw church.
Churdh l.uwu eight o'clock. S3
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O CAMPAIGN BOOK OF O
O THE DEMOCRATS. O
( Washington Correspondence ot Bos-
Tho preliminary campaign boon
which hub been Issued by the Demo-
cratic congressional campaign com-
r.ilitpc. ni.rl which is now.boliiK wide
ly circulnti.'d umoiig tho voters' can- J
not under any circumstances iw
termed a mild documoiit. Chairman
.Tames T. Lloyd of the committee and
his aids have been at work for weeks
trying to accumulate n goodly collec-
tion ot hot shot Tor the Republicans
out of tno aneeehes made by Demo
cratic numbers or the house last sos-
sloe. Thov fuel that they have turned
out a vigorous literary production nnd
an examination of thp book would
t-eem to substantiate yielr. opinion.
Here Is the tablo ot contents: "Be-
publican Extravagance" .."Financial
nhd 'Industriar Conditions" Who
Tariff and Trusts" "'Federal Usurpa
tlon" 'Currency rtoform" "Phlljpplno
I'ollcy"' "Tyranny of the Speaker 'and
Hulos Commltteo" "Uepubllcan Be-
uponalbi.'uy " "Alarming Coridltions
"Thou Shal tNot Steal" "Publicity
Campaign Funds" "Po -ker's Vindica-
tion" "Labor" "Merchant Mnrlno"
"Kloctio not United States Sonators
by Vote of the People. '
On thoso subjects many burning
thoughts havo been uttered and In-
corporated in the Record by the ublbst
of the Democratic representatives
and in turn put into tho campaign
text book dtpprosonlntlvos Kilgerald
of Brooklyn. S-uUor of Now York. Wit-
lla.ns of Mississippi. James of Ken-
tui'Uy Llojd of Missouri. Hmiry of
Texas Francis Burton Harrison ot'
N'cw York Do Armond of Missouri
and other wolI-knownt Democrats arc
on tho Ha of thoso whose speochos
lmvo nseti selected for gone-rail distri-
bution. Tho tenor of tho speeches thnt havo
been Incorporated in tho cnmpalgn
textbook may he accopted as tnlrly
Indicative of a large share of tho poli-
tical spanking that Is to bo hoard on
tho stump for several months to come.
It will deal to it largo extent with the
subjects that are mentioned In tho
table of contents nnd will be undnuni-
uily of much the same nntiire as liio
speeches that were heard In the house
lust wlnicr'aud spring omunntlug from
the Demooratl: side.
ltepublicnu extravagances will be
cue or lit- maiu points of attack on
tris subloet the principal remarks In I crntic Kdltorhil Association Is hereby
the U 'book aro those or Ilepreu. n-1 called at Tulsa. September 1 131)8.
ttttive Fltxgerald or Brooklyn In his Matters ot groat importance to the
speech May 3 In his speech Mr. association will be considered. All
FUsgerall dealt ovhaiutlvuly with the eiitoi o' Domoeiutlc newspapers in
appropiiauons made by the sobsIoii ot '' stato not members ot tho nssocla-
congross that has jusi closed and as-1 Ben are urged to bo present and bu-
sailed the Uepublicans gnronsly. He come members.
said. "This session has been the
most profligate In our history. l!v
travagance has run riot; the treasury
has been depleted; tho public money
has ben shamofnly squandered."
Mr. FiUgerald declared no other
nation In the civilized world could be
to rerUUss with its treasure and es-
capo disaster. It is certalu that Dom-
oergte from tho stump botwaen now
Pud November will havfr nmph. UJ aay
oi Uopubllcan extravngauce based ou
Mp. Fitzgerald's annlysU of nepubll-ct-n
financial policy lit recent jydars.
Mr. Fllxgoi aid's spettch hads Hie text-
book. Following it Is a speech by
The Guthne Business University
Incorporated under the laws of Oklahoma and you are protected. Sum-
mer terra now In scusion. Iteducod rates Enter any time. The Greatest
Shorthand Scho'i In the world. Our students nre learning shorthand In O1
days and telegraphy In two months. We teach quickly and thoroughly.
Bookkeeping Shorthand. Touch Typewriting Penmanihip. Telegraphy for
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and Matheniiik WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY for Government Positions
Two yearsneuurse In Law conferring degree I I B.. entitling you to prac-
tice law to Oklahoma. Every teaaher an exporL Finest penman In tlie state.
Take ourpuslno88 course at Guthrie the Capital of the state so you can get
tt High Sapry Position ns soon nu you graduae. it costs but little more to
attend a first class college". It means an increase of $10 to $20 to your
Posltlpns guaranteed to every graduate In Combined Coitrs? nnd Telev
grapby. AVrlte for large free catalog. W. A. CULLEDQE A M. LU X Pr.
and sva can
The Great DANDERINE Never
Falls to Produce the
IT rnlivcns ami invigoraltn llio linlr
glands nnd tissues o( the acalp
rcsultliiK In a continuous and
Increasing growth of tho hair.
lrtwr r pr&' are runtlnttnUr
ruinlnic Id tnun nn nil mrt uf
thn cnuntrr umlng lint Dinih-rlm-hM
rtnv rl tin; Kinwih of liir I i
rfc ilut ea ioaldeixil nlK-
A imly fnmi nronklm iTllir
"Afinr ni.Hori trim iy balrnopiH-il
fulllHir. nl I now hnvo I'noiv h-n.l
c ' hair yt bnnty kim! o er mc t..l
fltiar''r vrii I"Dk '
DandcrlnC Miniulotoa the Molp.
mnkc il lieallliynnd I.crp il o.
ll is liic ta'' c"lp imigomtur
tflioun. It l a hvronir incdicino
lor titilli tl lioir nnd sr1p. Bvcil
a mnall bottlo of it -a III put
moro genuine life in your
hair than i Rnllon of any
of licr lioir tonic ever made.
It chows results from tlie
Now on an!" at crr drug nnd
loilrl alnre in llir Iftnd; ostrn
25c 506 ond f31. 00
ETpnn 1') !" liowfi'ilcltly
rl Uu Dniuli'ilno' t i
vfll wn1 a larfie finpi frrr
by re turn mull innrnn?b
0eud ihti firecmip"71 tDli
Knonlloa Oisdttlai Cj Chlci
with their nmn ana tuMrin
and 10a In IUcr or tininp
to par prwttKtt
Senator Culberson on the samo sub
Of executive usurpation mucii too
will; be heard. Incorporated in the
textbook there appears much ou this
st'bjoct. For Instance there 1b tho
tiUurequo description at I'reslueni
itcosovclt gion by Hon. 3 nek Bcall
or Toxas who amid thunueru of Uem-
ccratlc applauso wound up his re-
marks by saying of Mr. Hoostnolt.
He is tlie strongest combination ot
wiBdom nnd folly of honesty and ou
st Inaey of patriot and politician ot
coymge und rashness and of tho
I'sDL'Ctncular and the grotesque that
tills republic ever saw. aim juji wiiui
niche ho Is to occupy in the temple
ol his opuntry's history Clod and tho
tuture only can toll."
The tariff and thu trusts come In
tor prolonged and to a considerable
- r .. ..... ....
degree laminar treatment onu oi
the 'speechOH is by nepreSeTttutlvo
Henry T. Itainoy ot Illnols "The Uo-
li.ance of Oil nnd tho Connection or
the Uepubllcan party Therewith. ' Mrt
Halifoy In hla speech mado light ot tho
administration policy toward thu
tiustsl. Ho declared the ear-splitting
detonations fiom tho Whlto Houso
bai not hod much ettect and that "tho
t lusts are all doing business at tno
prcsout time at tho old stand." Ho
dealt at length with the protection
which lid maintained had neon thrown
around the Stnndnrd OU company by
tho Dlngley law. Many other speeches
t'etiling wit lithe tariff and trusts havo
Boprobentatlve Sulzor of Now York
who ir nothing ir not onterprlBlng.
sueoooded In getting Into tho Hecord
Mr. Bryau's speech In Now York in
February on currency reform. This
Is used u- a part of (ho campnlgu
Mainly the speeches used are by
irombors of tho hoiibu. A tow speeches
by hoimtars are used. Those speech.
iiicntiouod are sample.? of those mak-
ing up tno work and forerunners ot
Die linos of the attack that will bu
made ou tho stump.
On thu back pugo of tho campaign
book on tho outside Im a Buries or
onlruolK from Juffurnun'3 Inaugural
ARE CALLED TO MEET
Sliawneo. Okla. Aug. 10. Democra-
tic editors or Oklahoma will meet nt
Tulsa Suptonitier 1 that likewise be-
ing the date for tho state Democratic
convention. Tho following cull was
To tho Domncratlc l'ur.s nf Oklahoma.
A uiuotlnc or tho Oklhhotiiii Demo-
To sell "Thoy Play While Thoy X.e..un
It." ?2.50 per d&y is an easy mark
ro.- an ludustrlouB lady to earn each
day. Call on pr aihlrdfis
C. F. BEUItY
Oottnga Holel. Gijfhrle Okla.
My Men's $3.50 and $3.00 bhoes save
you from 25 to 50 cents on other store
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 82, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 20, 1908, newspaper, August 20, 1908; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc72516/m1/4/: accessed October 18, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.