Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 75, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 30, 1900 Page: 7 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA.
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health and pleasure resort the curative properties of whose
waters have no equal on the American continent and the grand-
eur of the scenery surpasses that of Colorado.
Passenger train leaving Oklahoma City at 9:50 a.m. and
Wichita at 1:20 p. m. arrives in St. Louis the following morning
at 7:25 making close connection with all trains for the east
Passenger train leaving St. Louis at 9 p. m daily arrives in Ok-
lahoma City the following evening at 6 o'clock and Wichita at
3:30 p.m. making close connections at Wichita and Oklahoma
City with the Santa Fe. Our service is unsurpassed. We carry
latest improved seat and chair cars also Pullman observation
sleepers between St. Louis. Oklahoma City and Wichita.
When purchasing your tickets see that they read via the
Frisco Line. For further particulars call on or address
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Memphis The East i Southeast
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A. P. KIDWELL T. P. A.
T. Oklahoma City O. T
Manager Uttla Reck Ark.
Adopted by the Joint Demo-
cratic and Populist
Following Is tbo platform adopted
by the joint Democratic and Populist
parties at Oklahoma City:
We the represantatives of the Demo-
cratic and PopuliBt parties of the tcr-
rl.ory of Oklahoma in joint conven
tlon assembled do reaffirm our faith
in the immortal proclamation of the
inalienable rights of man the Declara-
tion of Independence and our alleg-
lit' co to the canstitution framed in
harmonv therewith by the fathers of
We hold that the perpetuity of this
repub'ic is dependent upon the
triumph of those principles their ap-
plication in the creation of laws the
administration of justice and the ex-
ercise of executive function; that na-
tional politics bhould be measured by
them and local affairs kept scrupul-
ously within their dominions; that
without them the liberty of a free
people has no nupport and with their
overthrow free government is inevit-
ably destined to decay.
We denounce as un-American un-
Democratie' and un-RepubMcan the
policy of tho present administration
in its efforts to establish colonies un-
der tho American flag by foroo and
bloodshed; and we believe that tho
people of the Philippine Islands have
tho same right to be free that tho
American colonieB had when they
published the Declaration of Inde-
pendence and that tho action of tho
Republican administration in attempt-
ing to subjugate them by force of
arms is an act of tyranny even less ex-
cusable than tho attempt of Great
Britain to coerce bor own subjects in
the war of the rebellion
We denounce the policy of the Han-
naized McKinloy administration in
countenancing the plunder of tho reve-
nues of Cuba by carpetbaggers and its
utter failure to fulfill its pledges to
the Cuban people.
We favor municipal ownership of
We condemn the policy of the Mc-Klnley-Hanna
has legalized slavery and recognized
polygamy In the Sulu Islands.
Our most earnest sympathies are ex-
tended to the free men of the South
African republic in their effort to
maintain agalnBt overwhelming pow-
er and oppression tbe governments
which are dear to them on account of
the struggles endured to create them
and because of their inherited love of
home and liberty.
Private monopolies are indefensible
and Intolerable. They destroy com-
petition control the price of all ma-
terial and of the finished product.thus
robbing both producer and consumer.
They lessen the employment of labor
and arbitrarily fix terms and condi-
tions thereof deprive individual ener-
gy and capital of their opportunity for
betterment. They are the most effic-
ient means yet devised for appropriat
Ing the fruits of industry to tho bene-
fit of the few at the expense of the
many and unless their insatiate-
greed is checked all wealth will be
aggregated in a few hands and the re-
public destroyed. Tne dishonest pal-
tering with the trust evil by tho Re-
publican party in state and national
plutforms is conclusive proof of the
truth of tho charge that trusts aro tho
legitimate products of Republican
policies that they are fostered by
Republican iaws and that they are
protected by the Republican adminis-
tration in roturn for campaign sub-
scriptions and political support.
Wo demand for tho FilipinoB tho
same treatment promised to Cubans.
We favor the rehabilitation of sliver
at the ratio of 1G to 1 and tho issuance
of all paper money by the government.
We demand a constitutional amend-
ment to enable congress to onact an
effective income tax.
We condemn the Flynn statehood
bill for ItB manifest unfairness to tho
school land lessees of tho territory
who are entitled to a preference right
when it comes to tho sale of tho land
of 6aid territory.
We demand that wo be accorded such
rights in the organization of a state as
shall leave us to regulate our own
school system; that we shall not bo
forced to surrender our lovo of race
nor bring ourselves to recognition of
racial equality; and while we believo
in equal educational rights for the ne-
gro we oppose mixed schools for its
We extend our gratitude to the con-
gress of the United States for the pas-
sage of a non-partisan free homes law
which has given to the settlers of the
states and territories their j ist com-
pensation for the hard toll and endur-
ance Incumbent upon the opening of a
new country ; and wo particularly
point with pride to the adherence of
the Democratic and Populist members
of congress who supported the measure
on eaeh and every occasion when it
was presented to tbem
The reform forceB of tho territory
demand for the prospective settlers in
the Kiowa Comanche and Wichita
reservations free homen on tbe basis
granted to all pa&t settlers on tbe pub-
lic domain and we earnestly condemn
Ihe apparent jobbery and irslnccrity
of our delegate in congress and tho
republican partv for their failuro to
hftvo freo horres provision inserUd
In tho bill bringing that country in for
settlement while congress was in tho
mood to errant such favors.
We favor the redUtr'cting of
legislative and council districts of
territory to the end that a leeal
equitable representation of all parties
may bo had.
Tho allied parties of Oklahoma de-
mand irrin-dlute statehood for Okla-
boma and tho Indian Territory as a
single Btate. In tho language of tho
statehood plank of tho Kansas City
platform "wo denounce tho failuro of
the Republican party to carry out its
plcdgcB to grant statehood to tho terri-
tories of Arizona New Mexico and
Oklahoma and wo promise tho pcoplo
of thoso territories imraediato state-
hood and home rule during their exist-
ence aB territories We also favor
home rule under a territorial form of
government for Alaska and Porto Rico"
and wo ask that evbry Democratic and
Populist paper in tho territory to carry
this plank conspicuously at tho head
of its editorial columns during tho
Supplementary resolution passed :
Wo tho Democrats and Populists of
Oklahoma territory condemn tho Mc-
Kinlev attd BarneB administrations.
FREE BLOOD AND SKIN CfTRE
An Offer Proving Valtli.
Ulcers oating tore3 cancor. scrofula
itching skin scab: and scales of eczema
achP3 and pains 'n bones back or Joints
syphilitic blood p-'son rotten gums nnd
chronic rhoumntlam and all obstinate
doop-seated blood troubles are quickly
cured by taking a few largo bott'es of
Botanic Blood Balm. "Wa challenge tho
world for a eat of blood d.seaso that
Botanic Blood Bu'm will not cure. Tho
cures aro permanent and not n patch-
ing up. Is your biood thin? Skin palo?
(Vll run dowr? As tired In tho morn-
ing ns when you went to bed? Pimples?
boils? Swollen glands or Joints? Catarrh?
Tutrid breath? Eruptions? Sores in mouth
or throat? If so your blood Is bad. Blood
balm will make tho blood pure and rich
heal every sore stops tho aches ana
pains builds up tho broken down body
and Invigorate the old and weak. Botan-
ic Blood Balm the only porfect b'.ood
purifier made. Sold at drug stores. J1.00
per large bottle includ.ng complete di-
rections. To r"'va our faith in Blooa
Balm a trial botLe given away to surtet-
ers. For fre trial bottle bottle address
B ood Balm Co.. Ananta Ga. Don't hesl-t-ttc
but wtite at once describing trou-
bl' and free per.nal medical advice giv-
(n. Blood Balm fB. B. B.) cures when
all else falls. Thoroughly tested for 50
yeac. Over 3000 voluntary tjnjonIala
Blood Balm sold by the Eagle Drug
SAN FRANCISCO AUGUST 29. Mrs.
Louisa Sontag the runaway wife of Paul
Sontag formerly a Pullman employe in
Chicago atempted suicide in tho city prl
on todoy; her husband confronted her
and Fred Roepke also formerly of Chica.
go. Today Sontag who had traced tho
couple and his children to this city visited
the vicinity of their home armed with a
pstol and loaded cane but accidentally
meeting ono of hl'a little children he car-
ried it to .the city prison where he told
his story. The dtectives took Mr. Son-
tag Ropeke and the three children to the
prison. Here Sontag took charge of his
own little ones. The woman then drew a
pistol and shot herself in the head. Son-
tag will not prefer charges against ojtner
his wife or Roepke.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
CHICAGO AUGUST 29. At the meeting
of naval veterans association the follow-
ing officers were elected:
Commodore Commanding Frederick E.
Fleet Officers Captain J. A. Miller Ath
ens Ohio; Commander J. O. Shaw Bath
Me.; Lieut. Commander A. II. Rung Mln
neapolls; Lieut. J. II. Eagan Joliet 111.;
Master P. W. Hager Lanesvillo N. Y.;
Ensign J. II. Butler Eaton Ohio; Sur-
geon W E. Atwoll Zanesville Ohio; Pay-
master I. D. Baker Boston; Chaplain A.
S. McWIlllams Detroit.
MILAN AUGUST 29. Although there
were few witnesses called the trial of
Bre'jsci tho anarchist assassin of King
Humbert lasted until a late hour. The
Jury took but a few minutes to deliberate.
With absolute indifference Broscl re-
ceived the verdict and was led away to
his cell where henceforth ho will see no
one and hear no one not even his Jailer.
Ho gave the impression of an emissary
capable of acting colly hut incapable of
conceiving the plan. Notwithstanding his
statement that the had no relations with
anarchists when in America ho admitted
having received 500 lire at Genoa from Pat
CHE FOO AUUST 29. Yu governor of
tho province of Shen-SI is reported to
have invited the foreigners in tho pro-
vince to como to his protection.
About August 21 fifty accepted the in-
vitation and all were massacred.
Extreme hot weather is a great tax
upin tho digestive power of babies;
when puny and feeble they should be
given a d-se of WHITE'S CREAM
VERMIFUGE. Price 25 cents. F. B.
Lillie & Co. and Wheeler & Son.
Prominent. Men at Hnmliton.
CHICAGO AUGI-Sr JO.Promlnanl
men from all parts of the country
gathered around the tables in the ban-
quet hall of the Auditorium hotel to-
night to attend the feast given by the
Hamilton club of this city In their
The great hall was never more hand-
somely or elaborately decorated. The
walls were hung with tho national col-
ors grout bouquets and garlands o
(lowers of tho same colors as those in
the ling were to be found iion every
table and the decorations throughout
were of a patriotic and military char-
acter. Among the noted persons present
were Speaker Henderson Senator Dav-
is of Minnesota; ena)tor Dolllver of Io-
wa; Comptroller of the Curency Dawes.
Commander-in-Chief Shaw of tho G. A.
R.; General Miles 'Major General
liouis Wagoner; General Daniel B3.
Sickles; Judgfi lo Ralsseur ana"
Now through trains to Portland and
Puget Sound "Tho Burlington North-
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St Joseph for Lincoln North West
Nebraska Black Dills Wyoming
Montana Washington Tacoma Seat-
Pugot Sound and Portland Oregon
via Billings Montana tho short lino
and tirao saver to tho upper northwest.
To central Montana in 43 hours; to
Iho Puget Sound in 70 hours from
tbe Missouri riyer. Through
coaohca and chair cars through tour-
ist tloepors. through dining car ser-
vice and standard sleepers. This is
tee main traveled road from the Mis
sourl river to tho northwest.
No. 16 Kansas City and St. Joseph
to Nebraska Denver. Colorado Utah
Pacific coast and tho Northwest via
Ogden; also to the Northwest Mon
tana Washington Oregon via Lincoln
and Billings. Weekly California ex-
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fro-n Kansas City and St. Joseph tho
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To tho East Chicago and St. Louis
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To the North best trains daily to
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Niblack, Leslie G. Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 75, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 30, 1900, newspaper, August 30, 1900; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74930/m1/7/: accessed April 19, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.