The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 57, Ed. 1, Tuesday, August 2, 1898 Page: 2 of 4
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THJ5 L.B&DER GUTHRIEJ OKLAHOMA.
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DB IN OKLAHOMA.
In OarQeld county Drtuocracv lias n
stalwart oliamplon )n Hie person of
Colonel John 0 Moore. The colonel
wai a candidate (or the QOBgrcfisfonal
aomtnatlon and Ills delegation stood
by him nobly. When the eolonel botH
tie bad no chance to win he gracefully
pulled out and in a neat speech said
he would werk and talk for the sue-
:ess of Keaton and free silver. Col
Moore Is one of the foremost lawyers
of the Oarfleld bar and enjoys h lucra-
tive practice. Jn this campaign hi
voice will be raised In behalf of the
silver cause. There arc honors In store
for Moore and he will reach them.
JAMES It. KBATON
or OKLAHOMA CITY.
Tt ESDAY. AUGUST t 18BS.
TMIt TlllVl.ti PAHTY PLATFORM.
The following are the resolutions
adopted by the joint convention at
We Indorse and ratify the Chicago
platform adopted by t 1 emooratic
party In 180 and afterwards Indorsed
Vy the Populists and Free Silver lie
publicans throi'gh the ratification of
the candidacv of lion W J. llryan
We are In favor of the election of the
president of the United States and
United States senators by a direct vote
of the people.
We favrr such legislation a will en
able the people of this territory to elect
their own olllclals.
Wo favor economy In tho manage-
ment of public affairs.
Wo favor statehood and free homes
We fnder the constitutional author-
ities it sympathy and support In the
prMjcutlon of the just war wagcu oy
tUl country against tho misrule and
ttmnnvof Snaln In Cuba. Vorto Kleo
ftand tho Philippine islands and tender
I our sympaimes vo muse who uuvc uwu
called upon lo tnauo nacriuueH in uie
lutereat of this country through the
exactions of this war.
Wo condemn the present Republican
administration of Ouluhoinu as being
mercenary and corrupt anJ urge a
united effort to prevent the operation
of the Iniquitous tax raise lately legal-
ized by the decision of tho adtiuulstra
tloa supremo court.
Wo pledge our unanimous support to
the choice of this convention for dele-
gate to congress to the end that Intel
llgence efficiency and r-onosty may be
united In this territory to the con-
fusion and defeat of Mcliaunalsm and
the allies of corruption and ml rulo
We favor tho openlntr to settlement
of all Indian reservations within or
contiguous to Oklahoma territory at as.
early a dato as possible.
We favor such legislation as will r-
suit in lessening railroad rates of trans
portatlon and tho abolition of the
entire free pass system.
ltin Uolto.v of Woodward Is also
The State-Capital's "imperialism" Is
a wingless sort of joke.
n it possible that this is going to be
a Tennis Flyunless oatnpatgnY
So I AH this war has fallod to diu
close the whereabouts of Sly Ober
Thj proper thing for the govern-
lment to do Is to treat Aqulualdo as t
Em man who yells "liberty" In
not a patriot and Anulnaldo's volar
should not bo rubbered.
"Ciknfi kuob" literally translated
means "hundred fires. ' "Clon" for
hundred and "fucgos" for Arcs.
"ijjrxPKNDKNCK" sounds mighty cm-
perorlsh In this country of ours where
all are supposed to be so rerclgns.
Bomi follow over In the plnenen of
Michigan suggests the name of Secre-
tary Alger for President but somehow
it has a very flat koy to it
Sco kl the corresooudont who slap
ped the face of Gen. Shaftor is pass-
ing away he has been discharged
from arrest and sent out of Cuba.
Gkkmas'Y sayb she wants no trouble
with the United States. Nor did the
cat with the bull-dog although the
feline kept up a mighty sight of splt-
Thk president annouuoes thathe does
not intend to be caught in any Span
ish trap That's what the fox said
but he went in all tho same because
he spied a chicken in there. It's to be
hoped tbe President will know the
chicken is dead boore he gooa.
A i t 1st in Cincinnati has enjoined
the city treasurer of that city from
paying out money appropriated by the
c'ty council to entertain the Urand
Army o' the Republic wbleh meets
there in September. The court holds
that the piymont of money under
such appropriation by the aounall is
mot a legitimate item of public ox-
This is taken from a Ilcptibllaau
paper the Chandler Telegram . "Th
WlctTta Eagle is bcoiwlng Capt. Dob
Huston of the Rough Rlde.-B for tbe
Republican nominations for delegate
to c ingress When will the Ifagle
learn to keep its bill out of Oklahoma
politics4 The old screamer retenU
the part the Kansas City pa pons pre
sume to take in Kansas poliUau. then
why should it not koop from mixing
'up with Oklahoma affairs T She has
tried it Leveral times and has never
yet held a winning card and we
should think Ought to have leartird
some icuso by thca tlmo Tho
greatest trouble witj tbe Kagle is
that she considers Hill Grimes the
Republican party in Oklahoma 'and
that impels her to take some very
foo)Uh stands "
llOAUUKIt lll.S MIlMOItV
Memorial services wore held by the
cttirens of Hennessey on July 26th In
honor of tho memory of Roy V Cash-
Ion who was killed in tho battle at
Santiago whilo charging with his reg-
iment the enemy at San Juan hill
Among the resolutions passed by tho
men ting tho citizens pledged thum
selves to defray all expensoH of re'
moving the body of the gallant boy to
In line with a previous suggestion
of the 1 KAlii.it it Is hoped that n
inovsmont will bo promptly made to
erect in Hennessey a memorial shaft
In honor of the memory of this noble
boy who gave bis life on tho bloody
Held of San Juan hill for his country
and the cause of human freedom.
MCKTCll UF.IV1K1K KltJTOX.
Hon. James R. Keaton the nominee
for delegate to congress of tho I'rec
Sliver party Is a self-mado man If
there ever was ooe.
Whatever distinction he has won In
life whatever position he holds in
the public estimation as a lawyer
jurist and citlcon has ben attained
by his own Individual efforts una'ded
by vsenlth or the Influence of friends
Early In life be dUoarded tlm no-
tion too often the stumbling block of
our youth that success In llfo is not
worth tho effort to attain It and set
himself to tho task of aarvlng his own
way bellovlng firmly In th oldinaxlui
that success is withia the roach of ev-
ery one who has the ambition to hope
for it and tho courage to strive for It.
Horn in Carter county Kentucky
December the 10th 1801 he led the
life usual to boys whoso parents arc
unable to sond thotn to institutions of
learning away from home yulte
early in life ho became ambitious to
attain au education to fit himself for
a usoful career but as this was impos-
sible owing to tho financial condition
of his parents he determined to trust
to his own efforts to obtain the moans
necessary to qualify him to teach and
whatever employment offered lie greed
ily accepted It and saved up his earn
Ings for this purpose and among tho
various manual employments upon
vhlch he entered tn furtherance of his
youthful ambition tho first money he
earned was as a day laborer in an Iron
manufactory then hn engaged in
chopping cord wood and many other
ecupations saving every cent that he
jould for the one Idea of educating
hlmbc.f. In the meantime all hie
pate moments wore devoted to road
Ing such books as he ooultl obtain and
which wore calculated to aid him in
During this oarl7 life struggle he
lad matiagcd to secure in the country
schools a fair primary oduoatlon and
from tho savings from his labor he
was enabled to attend the High schools
of Grayson and Louisa Kentucky.
After this he taught country schools
In Cartel and Lawronce counties and
saved enough money to take a thor-
ough collegiate course at tho National
Normal University In Lebanon Ohio
from which ho graduatod with high
honors in the scientific class of 1884.
The same fall of hit graduation year
be removed to Hamilton county Tex-
as where ho was chosun principal of
the llioo Normal and also a member
of the Tuaehors' examining board of
whieh he was honored with tbe oh air
manshlp After resigning this posi-
tion he entered the law ofllae of the
Hon C. K. Hell tho Texas congress-
Jl DOB JAMES R KEATON
uiau ai.d read law for a year and
turn removed Ui Washington I) C
whero he pasted a suMOMstul examina-
tion and entered tit a henlor elas at
the Georgetown Law Uulvireity grad-
uating from that Institution in tb
Juae olass of )Sfo nd during the
same mouth vat admitted to practice-
law in the Supreme Court of tbe Dig
trlot of Columbia and immediately rn
tered upon tho practice of his pro
fession In the District otUelng with
Col. Huoch Totten one of the leading
attorneys of this country whom he
aided in the preparation of briefs in
important oases. In July of that year
he mado a visit to his home in Ken
tueky and also to friends in Denton
Texas where be was united in mar
rHge to Mrs Lucila Johnston a most
accomplished lady and daughter of
Major Davenport one of the leading
men of the BtatoL. Texas Dur
lDg the fi M iing August lb hii
wife he it'.t I relatv.s at mthti"
ntnl aas so d lighted with the nty
and its people that he immediately
purchased properly and bmlt himself
andtfatully a home
Upfcrn establishing himself In i.uth
rle ho fonne-l a law par..iifrftlnp with
W. 'I. Willis and vx her this was ills
solved the law firm of Keator. A
Turner whs formed and fcubsequsntly
to lbj he was the seqlor member oil
the popular Uw firm of Keaton .t Cot-
teral whern he earned a prominent
position at the bar of the Territory
taking rank with 'he ablest of bis
In Sjptember. IJB wholly unes
peoted to him he was honored with
the appointment of Associate Justice
of the Supreme Court of Oklahoma
Territory rind assigned to tbe Third
Judicial District He was removed
for political reasons by President Me
Klnley April 2nd l'.
Judge Keaton has been an active
and leading member of the Democrat-
ic party f-lnco he arrived at a voting
ago and wherever lit has resided he
was at the forefront in all the stran-
gles of his party. While residing in
Texas he was a member of the Demo
cratlc Htate Convention which nomi
nated Gen ItribS for Governor the
first time and allies residing in this
Terri iry he has been closely and
prominently Identified with all tbe
party movements holding high and
important positions In the councils of
the party lie Is an original Free
Silver Democrat and long before the
Chicago Democratic convent on met
acd announced its platform he had
boldly declared for the free coinage
of silver at the ratio of 18 to 1 indepen-
dent of the act on cf any other gov-
ernment on earth
Judge Keaton In addition to his em-
inent ability his high character faith-
ful services to the people sterling
lioncJty and untiring Industry is a
man emphatically of t-e people In the
truest and broadest tense and his ad-
vent into the National Congress will
Insure to the people the conservation
of every Interest which concerns our
Tub queen of Spain Is said to be
mighty good sort of woman. From
tho facility with which she nocepted
Uncle Sam's terras of peaee we mast
concede her sagacity as well.
J Addison Poiitkr the private sec-
retary of President McKInley would
ltke to bo governor of Connecticut and
McKInley 1h willing llu is more tbau
willing. He would like to help J. Ad
disou put on the guberna orial togs
but the road is full of ouU and boul-
ders and a it Ubtep might be fatal He
also has before his vision the fate of
llenjainln Folger he private secrctaiv
of President Arthur whonn the presi-
dent named as his especial candidate
for governor of New York and whom
Orover Cleveland beat by the uoprece
dented majority of 200000 votes Pol
ger dieJ of a broken heart and Uev
land became president of the United
States for two terms. It U a discoin
aging feature for J Addison an ' tin-prestdenL
(SLAl) UK IS HVCK.
Otil'tHtti 1'ulnlnr nmilt A Mnrr Alinknn
"No air; no more Klondike for
me" remarked Capt. W. W. Painter to
a crowd of bystanders this morning
" I've got enough and Prank Cress and
Prank Canton have enough too but
thoy won't come out. " Capt Painter
says that not more than one man tn
every 500 found enough gold to
enable him to got out of the country
and not to exceed two in every thous
and made a big winning He came
down tho Yukon rlrer In Juue ami
found liUDdrtds of prospectors on
their way to llu gold UelcU who
turnod detif ears to the dincouriiging
reports brought out by meu h Iki hud
failed to find gold Captain Pu.nter
said that there was a number of tine
fur bearing auiina'i u that cnuntiy
which li roil lit a good rev nue lo per-
sonk who trapped them ' due of the
most surprising thingH" continued tho
captain ";is the variety of leautiful
wild Howers They are brilliant in
aolor and exquisite in 'ragrance Mot
qui toes aro tue terror of the country
Their season eoutluues about mx
weeks. There is no t-seape from tin m
exeept byikeeptng the fate ami tiunclk
severed. Tbey can bite through a
thick shirt and I have seen nit n ery
like children unable to eke ape the tor
tttre of these pesU. La and oider
prevail better than in the old frontier
IOWU4 of the west. Theft is punikhed
by hanging No n.an hk to teal he
cause of liMBfer as bere not a
earn it where be would be refused food
In Dawson with a population of to
000 there are about 8f.ty refined wo
Captain Painter and Canton have
several promising uluiiuc which they
will sell out which tbey will never
undert-ke to develop owlug to the
Inhospitable elimue Tbey uisde in-
quiry for "ttuffulo" Jones of Okla-
homa vho Is supposed to have gone to
the Klondike but were unable to get
any trace of him
Tee Oklahoma I.kikk (weekiyj
will be sent to aty address from A g
Hat 1 to January I iww for M eeu's
Sond in your bubscripiion at once.
Remember the name
when tui buy
A regnlar Milwaukee Peer
Hall over the -old Mooes
Plsee" where jou ran bring
your wife daughter or any
respectab e ladv and leave
them there while the rest of
the members are out shop-
ping and they will be in a
decent plsee. Obscene lan-
guage is strictly forbidden.
M. Weinberger Prop
The newest and best book
il..snipiv. of the Colorado re
'rt It Include a list of ho
teix eottsites and tmardinK
li'iiises and their rate tah
of altltiidH' ipntal artli ' s
on the mnuiitains ellmale
eamplnir flshlnp and shooting
Willi man and nighty lllustni-
rlon from special photo
Invaluable to those contemplating
a vacation In the Rockies.
Isiued free bv the Santa Fe Route
and mailed to my addresi mi
r- ilpt ot three cents fw pos
l itt Serd for tt or csll on lo
ill agent T S F fly
k04ldllf!0t0jk0 00 0
A Great Discovery
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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
Then to convince yourself of the truthfulness of our broad
statement look at ui esuits offered elsewhere for $12.50 and
$15 and you will find in every instance that our $7.50 and
$10 suits are even better. Our reputation for integrity
and truthful statements has never been questioned.
"Cltur Of a Crgttal Sparkling at a Olamxt."
The club uattr par xc Ik nee.
Tar superior to all otln r 1 itln.i waters
'I he most dHicious ol table Haters.
(jinn for the appetite health ami
The most valuable mrclii inn! watei
known to the medical profession.
lnluatl tn lthnimitU ltrlxbt's
llseir t rlitarv lri it ir Cktnrrll of
Ui MHnach md tntrnni-s. Diabetes
ityipepbU lavHiiala knj Skin UrupUon.
Swl fkr llMlr. I'kHiplilU
i at taU by italtn enralls.
T'10 Wankosha Watei Company
Wnukeklin Wiscoi sin.
Kor Sle by
HAMILTON .t CO EAOLK DUUO
SrORIS WHEKLEB'sJDRUO sroilE.
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 us.
HIVE CLOTHING HOUSE. I
s f ji swrs rss ss vir9'tfw&wmv-&vn'p-&i
From NEW YORK a lit A.VKTON.
I.OOO TABLETS Regular retail price 10c.
You enn hnvo your ohoico for 10c.
Bee them; they are beauties.
( Hammocks Croquet
if. and Base Balls
A J SKAY Viok-President
. W MoNKAL Piikbidkht
UTHRIE NATIONAL BANK.
Hoard of Dlrectori! In addition to llank Oflloers:
Jarnen btratton. Horace Sped D. T. Plyun. J. It. Coitinghttm
W. J HORSFALL. Caohlor.
ARE ALSO BaRTS.
Hammocks from 73c to Sn.00
Croquet Sets from 75c to $2.50
Base Balls from Fie to $1.25
Ball Bats from 5c to $1.00
N. h: STURGIS
Complete Cotton Ginning Outfits
Wo Aro Making Sueoial Prices on Hooks
Our 2fic cloth 12 mo. for 15c; 85c books -or 25c;
50c books for 85c; 75c books for 00c.
0'ir Salo of Stationery Has Ueon Homnrknblo
But vre still have a complete assortment. An
elegant Real Irish Linnen Note Paper plain oi
ruled worth 25c a quire; our price 10c. Box
Papers Pound Packages and Fine JTableU .o
suit all tastes.
F. B. LILL1E & CO
Drug liook and Nows Dcnot.
Don't forget that our specialty is filling prescrip-
I tions with the purest of drugs.
.SuIIuhuI F"uuifim hi ". I II .( inrti. milt
Srptembt-r " 1 I or tbe above occa-
sion the Hanta If will hell tickets lo
Cincinnati anil return at the low rate
of ?-" '" from tititbrie Oh iale Hep
tember .'. 3 and 4 return limit October
J Call on A K:nt Cork ins for further
uHuhoI Vrrt 1 cmw v IhhtUh II Ami-
tueu ludianapolu August w-U. For
the above meotlng' the Santa Fe an-
nounces a rate of one far ilus St fo-
round trip. Tickets on sale Aiul 7
and h. li ut ted for return until August
IV Sim A. J. Corklim. ak'ant lor fur-
SuliutuU HntuHipm.Ht it A. It. t inlnna(i.
O September Hi l The Obse
taw Oklahoma v tiulf railroad baa
oeen seleeteil as the otttolal rout from
tiklahoiua territory for de'eratfl U
the encampment beplenibor 5th to lutli
and will run through free reclining
cbair care Ui Ciocinuati for tbe oeea-
sion Tickets will be cold Septewbir
' 3 aud i vi li final return licnU Sp-
tember II which van booxtopded until
Ootobar I by deposH wllli Uio Joint
agent o( Uo terminal Iwe Oluohanatl
l'he raltilrom li.Ulii)ina City is ;WU
For additional information apply to
.T f. lioijfli-
South McA luster.!.
A Rolinlile Komedy.
The ol'iect of opium in medirtue is to
deaden anil purahe the nres tempor-
an.ill to sti'p ouglnun or jwiii N'oth-
1UK promotes the cpuuu or morphine
habu so much as rough mixtures that
contain this uefrion drug. Uranliau
Palm does not loui.nn a trace of it but
in a true la!kum that removes the cau&e
of the Uontle. Mr W T Barber 1001
N. 43d St Philadelohia Ia. says: "Bra.
silHait Balw uot only quickly removed
all trace of my cold hut had a generally
reviving effect upon my whole sktew
which has been permanent. I rccoHi
mend it aa a moat valuahi and thor-
oughly reliable remedy."
Cured In Quo Xlght.
Charles H. Cotwelhi Rm.. leading
lawyer of York. Ia aay: TViif Bm
lilian BaUn cured me ot otw of Uie worst
ootdfi I ever experteHcad ohm Might.
I think it the gnsateat tuwiciHe in tin
market ami you cau use tuy uame any
tvoy you like.
" Snvotl A Hoy's TAtiX.
Mrs Laptatu H Hul.bunU of Milionl
Del ks itraziliin H.tlw saved my
bo lit. He lieKin ju-t Hkt the one
we lot.t uh noup l save him a lew
dqtta. lie uuu-kly dropped to sleep
and waa all rig fit m tne uoming "
Frcm wagon to bale set up ready for work
includinp boiler and engine. Gold medal
awarded at Worlds Fair and Dallas State
N. H. STURGIS.
P. 0. llox 235 Gnlhrie 0. T.
H-l ! ! ! 1 I- -H -1- ! -I- !- -I- -H"H"mr M--H-l -"l"i"l- H-H-H-H-H-H-f-H-
Isn't a sin in teeth. Yet delicacy i
chooses to have it artfully con- 1
coaled. I make artificial plates f
with every advantage of the best 4
modern mechanical facilities to aid t
me so perfect in lit so natural m J
appearance and so comfortable in
action that even the wearer can 1
forget about them.
DuraSle dentistry moderate
charges warranted work my s.
DR. G. A. HUGHES The Leading Dentist oter Btnk Ind. Ter t
The Mistletoe Bar.
105 West Harrison Avenue
NEXT DOOR TO WELCOME GROCERY.
Caters to the Best Trade Only. Best Goods
in Stock a!l the Time.
FINE BILLIARD PARLOR - - PHOr E Q
OSCAR HAMILTON Manage.
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