The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 23, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 23, 1898 Page: 2 of 4
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA
Entered In the ixwtoflice at Guthrie Okla..
ill tecoud cUtit mall nailer.
UttlcUl Piper of Oklahoma Territory.
tPOBUSHKD nVTUE LKADnK PRINTING
il.B8t.IB O. HI11I.AUK
(UBolal Orjtn of OkUhumn Umocrcy
Hkiik la what Madrid paper say's
abdut Ool. Teddy ltooscvdlt : " Teddy-
Roosevelt formerly a New Vork police
man. Is the oommander-fnohl6f of tlio
Aiuerlcan army and was born near
Harlem nnd emigrated to America
when very young."
tone month delivered In city..
I One month by mall
lnree months. . .......
j8li month .
i Joe year. ..
Tins from the Enid Wave is unkind :
"Joe Wisby Is talking- polities to him-
self only th 'ko days. Ho positively re-
fuses to let ro of tho eurrent of his
mind on Callahan Kcaton or any other
congressional candidate. However tt
makes very little difference what tho
opinion of Wlsby 1b "
I Mx months.
I One year. .
Till US DAY. JUNK 23. 1908.
nKMOCHATW J-JSHlllTVIUAI. cits-
Tim nomoernttc territorial convex
tlon to nomlnato a Democratic enndl
date for delegate tocongrcss. Is hereby
called at Oklahoma City ot 1 o'clock a.
m Wednesday July 13 1803.
The chalrmon of each county com-
mltteo will make the calls for county
conventions to solcct delegates and
alternates to said convention.
The apportionment will bo ono dele
gate for each 200 votes and malor
fraction of 200 votes cast for Hon. J.
Y Callahan at tho goneral election of
1890 and ono de'rgale ct largo from
.nnh Miunlv. The follow.tir will be
tho number of delegates froai the re
It Is not tiifllcult to soparato or dis-
tinguish between those who made up
tho two great armies of tho North and
tho South In tho strugglo botween the
states and thatothorgrcatarniy which
remained at home. With the former
there is a holy 6ontlmont of respect
animating the rank and file for oach
other while In tho latter It Is just tho
revet m. They aro hatoltes whoso only
aspiration is to heap odium and abuse
on the men who were honorablo enough
and bravo enough to back up their
principles and opinions In the thick
and stoixn ot battle. Fortunately for
this country this class of hateltes is
growing less and less every day.
MUM . ...
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J. O'Kouiik Chairman.
FnANK Stkvkns Secretary.
Pi'BiON must prevail this year.
The Monroe doctrine doesn't go uny
Thk cry is today "Hold what we've
got end got all we can hold.'
Wiikn tho sonato gets through
Hawaii will bo about half way in.
Don Caiu.os' mr.n'sto sounds omin-
ous to tHe Spanish minister's earn.
Caixahax like it guncctlon will
not in ale o a formidable convention
AlTlTVHK OF Till! TIIVSTS
In protecting trusts tho Republican
party is paying a premium to the on-
cmles of the government. No institu-
tion which refuses to pay a fair share
of tho war expenses Is friendly to the
government. The Standard Oil Co.
through its general solicitor 0. 0. T.
Dodd announces that It will fight the
proposed tax of one-fourth of one por
cent on Its gross business. This com-
pany has estimated assets of 81000000
000 and pays mora than $30000000 in
dividends a year. All this on a plant
that according to tho best estimates
docs not represent more than 520000-
000 of investment.
Hut there is another oil company
tho Columbia which has not boon
crushed by the great monopoly. It is
not a trust but docs n legitimate busi-
ness carried on by private capital
Hugh King tho president of tho com-
pany in reply to a question bs to the
proposed tax asked by tho Now York
"I can only speak for tho Columbia
Oil Company. If tho tax applies to us
and I should think it would apply to
all rcGucrs of oil why wo will pay
It. Wc do business under tho protec
tion of tha laws of tho United States
and we will obey and uphold those
Tbus Is illustrated tha diiTcronca bo-
tween tho attitude of trusts and that
of legltimatu business enterprises.
WiU this government continue to pro-
tect tho traitors and tax tho patriots?
Call fof tfctinly Itemorralte thnetntlpn ami
.Vbffre of hrtettlon 0 .Vr Vommll-
tn;im In Jiarlt Xiiriifl
ii ml H'urW.
lly authority of tho Logan County
Central Committer I hereby call a
convention of delegates from tho vn
rlotis townships and wardB to meet lu
the McKention Oprra House lii
tho city of (luthrlo on Saturday
July 0 ot 2 p. m. for tho purpose of
selecting eleven ilolcgatos to attend
the Territorial Democratic Contrres
nioral Convention to bo held at Okla-
homa City July 13 at 10 o'clock a. ni.
IVlmaries for selecting delegates to
tho county convention will bo hold In
the county precincts nt 2 p. m ami in
tho various wards of the cities at 8 p.
in. on Saturday July 2. Also tlio va-
rious wards and preelnols will oloct a
committeeman to servo for the next
two years on the Logan County Cen-
tral Commlttoe which will bo reorgan-
ised on tho date ot tho County Con-
vention. Tho various wards or precincts are
entitled to tho following number of
tiiHtTKnifs unroll uii inn uiinuuu um
TOWNiniPS. rAM.AIIAW VOT MO. OFtiBt.
Iowa 11 ... 3
North Cimarron 43 ..
Guthrie R7 . ...
Hear Crook .. 90
Oak Vlow 81 ... .
Iron Mound . .. 70
ltose Hill 70 ...
Orlando 92 .
oOTS'.n Mitinall in
North Mulhall 70 ..
Spring Crook 80 . .
Itismnrek 70 .. ..
Marshall 87 .
Cedar 72 .
City of l.'utlirle. 1st ward 48
" " Jnd " 80
N. E. A. SPECIAL
C . Without
THE SANTA FE-PLNNSYL-VANIA
4 th '
W " '
This train will leave various points
In Oklahoma vU the Santa l'O Route
on July 4th 1808. It will leave Knn
sas City via Santa re at 7 p. in same
day arriving iu Chicago next morning
Tho I'onnsylvanla lines will take tho
train cast of Chicago. The itinerary is
a vory attractive one and embraces n
daylight ride throug tho grandest ot
Aiicgtmny mountain scenery; arounu
the Horse Sho' 'Jurvej along tho Itluo
Juniata and it.etuajesticSusquehana
An unlouo featuro of tho trip is the
ride in tho special train from York to
tho epoch-making battlefield of Get
Apply to A. .1. Corklns for Itinerary
list of desirnblo low rate excursions
from Washington and tho tlmo train
will pahi your station or nearest junc-
Erf - ' rr ti sr-? -Ov rr tK
1 ft..illi tR KfSI
fourth nf iij Unlet
On July 3 3 and 4 tho Santa Vo will
soil oxcursion '.tokets to all points on
their line within 200 miles of Guthrie
at ono fare for the round trip return
limit July 5. A. J. CoiiiviNS Agent.
That's how much you save on every suit you buy from us.
Come in and take a look at the handsome all wool cassi-
mere cheviot and worsted suits we are offering now at
11. II. HAaA.V
Chairman Logan C. Con.
Clmiiliiuijiiii .I-iiiM( ll'llijlrlil Knn
Opons its sosslon June 1 1 and tho ex-
ercises continue until June 33 ls'js
Tlokots with return limit ot Juno 23
1803 will bo on sale Juno 13 to 21.
181)3 at rate of ono faro for round
trip. Particulars on application to
A. J. Coiiuinb
Agont A. T. it S. F.
Dallard's Snow Liniment. Thoro is
no pain it will not relievo no swelling
it will not subdue no wound it will not
heal it will euro frost bites chllblainl
and corns. 25 and 50. P. II. LUllo &
IV) Whom It May Concern:
Notice Is lieruby given that Hamilton .t
On. have this day tiled their petition to sell
at retail nptrltuous vinous and malt liquors
Iu Outline tigan County. Oklahoma and
that unless objection be Med on or bclore
the tilth day of July A. D. 1S" said petition
will be granted.
it. Em mutt Sthwakt
Outhrie Okla June IMHf. County Clerfc
Cor.. Chomwki.l's boom is assuming
formidable proportions on tho west
I ISKNiiKiio of tho Enid Wove la also
taking his whisky out of a l'cruna
Insiih.knt Gottkz Booms to be doing
a good deal of his insurging in a hammock.
V Why mako patriots pay tho addi-
tional tax on beer? Let tho foreigners
pay tho tax.
Fusion witli Callahan l'crunastic-
ally burled Is what the Domojratic
and Populist votors want.
It'h all a mistake UrovcrClovoland
is still allvo. ilo orated at tho Law-
renco school exercises on the 21st.
If tho conceit were taken out of some
pcoplo there would bo nothing to put
Into tlio coflln when they croaked.
Thk Oklahoma boys are now pluck-
ing hocotcs from tho trees and whis-
pering soft tilings to tho Cuban lassies.
I? will bo necessary for J. It Kca-
ton to mine a fow mora harbors boforo
lie can successfully combat the enemy
A woman may not deploro tho death
ot her first husband after she marries
again but her second husband often
Thk way to make a loan popular Is
to first get up a war. Tho bonds will
then go Hko hot cakeo greased with
tii.v. WmLKit has subsided and It Is
abtewdly suspected that he has retired
to write his autobiography under the
tltlo "Tho Man Who Outllvod Him-
As soon as (Jonural Miles ceases to
oscillate between Tampa and Wash-
ington tbo pcoplo will begin to believe
bo is preparing to settle down in Cuba
for a spell.
It n said Dick Morgan's address of
welcome to tho Parry league mooting
sounded llko the bumping of the ram
Katahdln against the banks of the
Amkuica Is 6ending various products
to other countries not before exported.
Among them tho Vesuvius landed a
large amount of gun cotton near tho
port of Santiago last week.
Thk man who will assert that this
country has all the territory it wanU
hasn't kept abreast of tho times. Two
months of war ohangos the condition
of things and men chango their opin-
ions to suit the condition.
Tun Capital has been very energetic
the past few days giving expression to
the palsied assertion that "fusion this
year will not fuse ' The Capital
aeeras to not know a great dual of
what it is talking about. Two years
sera the same sheet sent up despairing
ehriski in behalf of Fiynn and declar
ed that "tbo Pops and Dems would
f pot go togctuer.-' uno uapuars pro-
tle Multy and its reliability have
HatMawB In nnv fcnnrftfllililfl pxlnnl
I . v... w J rr-" w
la Cure Conntlpntlnn I'ofMvrr.
TrVio Ovscorols Candy Cathnrtla 10c or 25a.
U C O- O. fall to cure uruculsfs refuud marie v
Tailoring Cleaning and Repairing.
Dyeing a Specialty.
120 First Strcot - - Guthrie O. T
Tlllt KMCT Or liKMUVHAVY.
Tho Democratic party of Oklahoma
sholved ilB identity two years ago and
joined with tho 1'opullnts in tho work
of placing a congressional toga en the
Pcrtinlc frame of Hcv. J. Y. Callahan.
In roturnlng thanks for the Demo-
cratic indorsement in the Hi Iteno
convention Mr. Callahan said a number
of tilings. of varying weight and im-
portance but outside of a firm enun-
ciation of free silver principles noito
caused so much applause as his ox-
prosbod desire to bo fair and Impartial
in dealing with his Democratic nd-
hcrenU Mr. Cdlluhau said substan-
tially : " We (meaning tho Populist
managers) have agreed that in case of
your united support and indorsement
today that you Bhall name tho lioiul-
nqo two jears hence. Personally I
I havo no dcslro to ask two terms and
In case of election will rest content."
In uttering theso words Mr. Calla-
han gave verbal expression to the
agreement of the Populist committee
which mot in Kl Reno on the day of
the Democratic convention.
Now then in spite ot all these cellu-
loid ante-mortem promises and assur
ances wo find to our Burpriso that
Reverend Callahan Ib not only making
energetic efforts to once more socure
a fusion nomination but has eveu in
structcd his managers to blue poncll
and otherwise censorizo his Kl Reno
speech which was reeled off in the
presenso of 300 well oared delegates.
In following this program Mr. Calla
han is sinking a collier in his own
polltloal oaroor. It means that he is
not honett In his political dealings and
that ho expects to dupotho Domocracy
of tho territory.
Hut tho Oklahoma Democracy will
not be dupod. That is patent. De-
mocracy of this territory has issued
its edict and It proposes to staud by it.
Mr. Callahan may through mlsre-
roprosentatlon and intrigue force the
Populist convention o nomlnato him
but ho cannot seouro tho Indorsement
of the Democratic convention.
Knowing this full well Mr. Callahan
by persisting in his present course will
show conclusively that ho has not at
heart tbo cause of bimetallism or the
passage of tho freo homes bill for
disruption of tho combined Democratic
and Populist forces means unequivo-
cally free silver defeat and delay in
As the Lkadku has Btated and reit-
erated the Democracy of Oklahoma is
willing and anxious to do tbo fair
thing by the People's party as rogards
the operation of praotioal politics but
It cannot and will not bo bullyragged
and trounced and foruod into a position
where its identity Is post redemption
These tontimenU are the chryhtalUed
feelings of nine-tenths of the Demo-
crats of the territory and it is these
sentiments whioh will prevail u the
Democratic convention at Oklahoma
The Detnoarats havo been and will
continue to bo fair nnd honest but
they will stand by their own edlot and
in doing so will simply carry out the
voluntary agreement of Mr. Calikhan
and the Populht managers made at
Ul Reno two years ago.
To Whom it mat coiwehn
Notlc- la hereby n'ven tlint A. Ooepel has
thin day tiled Mm iKtltlon to sell at retail
Silrltunu Vlnoun and Malt Llquorn In
Outbrle LoRan Counlv. Oklahoma and that
utile objection be tiled on or before te
first day ot July A U 1KIK. said petltlin will
be granted K. F.mmktSihwaut
Uutiirle Okla June 15 Imm County Clerk.
To Whom it May Conc-kiin :
Notice ir hereby Riven that Reaves llros
have ihlsdayfllert their petition to sell aire
tall Splrllanus Vinous and Malt Liquors In
Outhrie Iogan County Okla and that un
less objection be filed on or before the llrnt
day of July A O IHW ald petition will be
i ranted 11. Kmmutt Btkwaut
outhrie Okla June 15. Ihw. County Clerk
Don't Tobiteo Spit and Smolt Tour Life Amy.
1j quit tobacco easily aud forever bo ma
nctlc full of Iifo norvo nnd lleor taltn No-To
Uac tho wondor worker that tnaUM roaU me
strong. All drugslslK tooorll. Curecuaran
teed. Uooldct and samplo freo. Address
tcrllCE Komedy Co.. Chlcnco or Mow Yorlt
To Whom it May Conckhn:
Notice Is hereby Riven that John Selstrom
haa this day Hied hla petition toaellat retail
Splrltuoua Vlnnui and Malt Ltiiuors In
Outhrie Lnan County okla and that un
lew objection be Hied on orjbffore the first
day of July A. U. I WW said petition will lie
S ranted. H Kmiiktt Sthwaht.
uthrlf Okla. June 15 IMM Ootinty Clerk
To WllUM IT MAYfoNlKHN
Notice In hereby irlven that N. 1' Cheadle
liait tbia day Hied Ins petition to sell at
wholesale Malt LlquorM In Outhrie Logan
County Oklahoma and that unlen oblrc-
ttn be tiled on or before the .Id day of July
A. I) 1M Ha Id petition will Iw Kranted
It I.MMKT SIKH AUT
Outhrie Okla .June 17 ih County Clerk
Million's iii Marble lil
KKMKMKBlt this advertisement Is or
Interest to you who havo friends resting
Iu tho tomb. It is a homo establishment
shipping direct from tho quarries marble
and granite and manufacturing In this
city. Foreign bkcuis show you a larne
lino picture and ask you to sign a binding
order for a poor design and grado at dou-
ble prlco. covering their wages and oi-
pensns. Think of ltl wo will dupllcato
a.. of tholr work from 20 to 60 per cant
less. All tho work done In the Outhrie
cemetery como weighing upward of two
tons was douo by uj. Notice tho name
cut on the baos.
The Mistletoe Bar.
105 West Harrison Avenue
NEXT DOOR TO WELCOME GROCERY.
Caters to the Best Trade Only. Best Goods
in Stock all the Time.
FINE BILLIARD PARLOR PHONE 95
OSCAR HAMILTON Manager
iHHHfrWW WW ! W
From NKW YORK vln OALYESTON.
1.000 TABLETS Regular retail price 10c.
You can havo your choice lor 10c.
See them; they are beauties.
! Hammocks Croquet
and Base Balls
ARE ALSO IIERK.
Hammocks from 75c to $5.00
Croquet Sets from 75c to $2.50
Base Balls from 5c to $1.25
Ball Bats from 5c to $1.00
Aro Mnking Special Prices on Hooks
Our 25c cloth 12 mo. for 15c; 85c books for 25c;
50c books for 85c; 75c books for 00c.
()'ir Sale of Stationery Has J5een Remarkable
But we still have a complete assortment. An
elejjnut Real Irish Linnen Note Paper plain or
ruled -worth 2fic a quire; our price 10c. Box
Papar Pound Packages and Fine Tablets to
auit all tastes.
F. B. LILLIE & CO.
I Drug Book and News Depot.
J Don't forget that our specialty is filling prescrip-
I tions witli the purest of drugs
$7.50 and $10.
Then to convince yourself of the truthfulness of our broad
statement look at th esuits offered elsewhere for $12.50 and
$15 and you will find in every instance that our $7.50 and
$10 suits are
Our reputation for integrity
has never been questioned.
SEEING IS believing;
You can make like savings in crash suits negligee shirts
summer underwear and straw hats. The largest stock to
select from in town. It always pays you to trade with
Wins Again !
of Ihe United
A case long pending in the
U. S. Circuit Court for the East-
ern District of New York has
just terminated by which the
Anheuser Busch Brewing Asso-
ciation acquires additional
rights in connection with the
use of the designation "Jlml-
woisor" as a trade name. Un-
der the decision the defendant
the Budweiser Brewing Co.
will change its corporate name
and otherwise covenant not to
use the word "lluilweisor" ex-
cept in connection with the
beer of the complainant the
Anhousor-Dusch Hrou ing Ass'n.
J. W. MoNEAL Pbksidknt
A. J SKAY VlOK-VnKSlDKNT
GUTHRIE NATIONAL BANK.
Hoard of Directors In mMltlon to Hank Ofllccrs:
lloraco Speed IJ. T. Flynn J.
W. J HORSFALL
A Great Discovery
n. h: sturgisH
Complete Cotton Ginning Outfits.
Prom wagon to bale set up ready for work
including boiler and engine. Gold medal
awarded at Worlds Fair and Dallas State
N. H. STURG1S.
Correspondence Solicited. P. 0. Ho 2115 Guthrie 0. T.
"Cltur at a Crystal Sparkling at a Dlatnini."
The club watc-r par excellence.
I ar superior to all other L'thia waters.
The most delicious of table waters.
Good for the appetite health and
The most valuable medicinal watet
known to the medical profession.
nv.luabl In Ilb.uat.llua llriclit't
INmuut I'tlmry Trouble. C.Unn of
tha Mcmuih atul Intwtlne. !laU.-t
U i-pi InwHiiala .ml skin Kruptluit.
ritmi r.r Dvci.r'. I'.pipUUU
iW Hl ly duiitri Qtntrully.
Tho Wnukoaha Water Company
For Sale by
HAMILTON A. CO EAGLE DRUG
STOUB WHEELER'S DRUG STORE.
The Atiirrlmit Aiirtf Cuti ami Juiruli.
A portfolio In ten parts sixteen
views in each part of tho finest half
tone pictures of tho American navy
Cuba ami Hawaii has just been issued
by a Chicago publishing house.
Tho Atchison Topoka & Santa Vo
Railway has made arrangement for a
special edition for tho benofit of IU.
patrons and a specimen copy can be
seen at tho local ticket ofllce. Single
parts may bo had at ten cents eaoh
tho full Bet ono hundred and nlxty
pictures costs but ono dollar. Sub-
scriptions for the set may be left with
the agent- In view of the present ex-
citement regarding Cuba these pic-
tures aro very timely. Call at the
ticket office and see them
And the Best
Whiskies Wines and Brandies
Liquors Fit For & King.
"Special Hrow" rorFnmliy
24 Itotdofl for $1.
rHONK NO. 2.
.tH-i .M"! 1 I 1 I ! 1 l-hH-tf-H-H-M 4-H-4
iCk. Isn't a sin in teeth. Yet delicacy f
chooses to have it artfully con- "
ceaieu. i maKe artlucial plates
with every advantage of the best
modern mechanical facilities to aid
me so perfect in lit so natural m
appearance and so comfortable in
action that even the wearer can J
forget about them.
Durable dentistry moderate f
charges warranted work my it
DR. G. A. HUGHES The LeHlrg Dentist oier BfRk In. Ter t
4 4H 1 1 1 M"HH--r4-M-H- H-H-r-H-H-M-M-
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