The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 90, Ed. 1, Monday, March 11, 1901 Page: 4 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHHIE OKLAHOMA MONDAY MARCH 11. 1901."
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MONDAY. MAUCH l. 901
By direction of the Demo- ratio City
Central committee 11 iloleitate ronven
tlon of the Democrats of the city of
Quthrle in hereby? called o meet at
tlio iirobate court mom In tne city of ntvtlon with .the Oklahoma governor-
Quthrle on ThuriKlay eenlnK. March nip for some time.
THE GUBERNATORIAL CONTEST.
The beet Bourses of Information
tjlve nows to the effect thut Governor
lJnrnos will ronjto an active cdhtoet
for reappointment. The legislature
having adjourned tkU noVr becumoa
the thing "beforo tha house" In DWa-
homa. During tho lost week the pa-
pers which havo boon friundly to the
governor have been printing compli-
mentary notlcea of him and pointing
out the advantages of his udmlnlstra-
tion Rnd this togothor with the tnlx
of the politicians show that the old
and persistant rumor that Just previ-
ous to the expiration of his term do v
ernor llamas would nnnounce tliat he
was not again nn aspirant is Ill-found-Ml
and Hint Onvornor Humes will
make not n passive but a vigorous
campaign for the governorship.
Th governor's term expires in
Mm but tne campaign for the place
will open up at once. Mr. Joe Mc-
Neal of Quthrle Is now working for
the place. It Ib also nndetood that
'10m Fergusc of Watauga is a likely
There are those who Insist that lu
case there Is a bitter territorial con-
test for the place President McKln-
ley will appoint a friend in Ohio on
whom ho has had his thoughts In non-
luth at S o'clock to select candidates
for a Democratic lty ticket to be
voted for on Apill 2d In accordance
With the mayor's proclamation. Pri-
maries to select ward candidates and
to name delegates to the said city
The anti-Barnes men in the terri-
tory Bay that secretary of the In-
terior Hitchcock will make a right on
the reappointment of Governor C. M.
Uurncs. and on tills circumstance
base most of their claim that the
convontion ao hereby called 10 moot present ineunibout will not succeed
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Thursday "evening March 1-J at 7:80 1 himself.
o'clock ' The basis of representation
In tnk convention' shall be one dele-
gate for oRch fifteen votes or major
fraction tboreof? " cast for Itobert
Myers for marshal twoye&rs ago.
Tho primaries will bo held at the
following places In tho different
wards: ' ' (
First War1u-tJrwtsells store Bast
Second Gladdlsh's office Staple-
I ton building.
Third Probate court room.
Fourths-Lee S3nindorb g-pcory.
Fifth Electric light plant.
By injor of "Democratic City Cen-
. l '" L 0. N'black
John T. Taylor ( Chairman.
Secretary rind TreABurcr.j
aiithrio Okla. Mirebjl 1P01.
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Thpj t&ndoir is. authorlzod to an-
nounjo Uio aamp o .John U. Moorq as
a candidate for marshal pf tho city of
Quthrjjo subject te the decision of
tho bjmojeratic ci.ty convention.
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.. jFflrolloetJudgei .
Frank Olamlth Is a candidate for
tho nomination a.f pollco Judge sub-
Jcct totho action pf ho Democratic
convention. 1 . . . 1
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Sanitation Is bound to lie an Issue
in tho city: campaign;
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Tho governor hns-BCveralvacaucles
to fill. Kow U tho time to mibsorlbo.
What became of all that nntl-snloon
and suffrago legislation?
Tho whirligig of tlnie In the as-
sembly contracted n oaso of mumpa
Qovomor Barnos will now turn' his
veto on the captations of J. W Mo
Tho governor 'hoa llgncUnlVfiio ed-
ucational appropriation bills. It
scoiub tlint'thuso Insututloiis nceaou
tbo monoy.'" - t - f'
MILLION DOLLAR LEGISLATURE.
The Sixth aBsombly which bognn
KiiBlness with :i swift lugrowlng desire
to cut down expenditures finished
with nn extravnijnnt smile. In cose
the governor sign the appropriation
bills passed by the two bodies the
tax payers of Oklahoma will certainly
have causo to remember this "Million
dollar legislature." Here are the
General appropriations $3GO0(0
Territorial 'penitentiary at HI
Asylum for tho insano at Enid 66000
Asylum for donf ''dumb and
blind nt Kingfisher t. 30000'
Hoform school at Poncn City 20000
Atva Normal school 100000
Langston university 32000
Stillwater Agricultural and
Mechanical college 1.... 40000.
Orcor county Normal achddl.t 52000
Normal university ; . . 90000
Tonkawa Preparatory school v 15000
Edmond N"orranI school'..".'.'; 2000
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"WpesHBk. . O M V
T TTTI 17 blood and OTT T Q
Juil'AJLfHi liver Jt AJLLiO
Heollli In her teaming eyes health in 1
her glowing check health in. her merry
laugh. Yet country air nud country
hours can't save her from the common
experience of women an experience
which dulls the eye pales the check
and turns the laugh to a sigh. Womanly
ills come to almost all. But for these
illii there is lieh and lienllnir in Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It recti jb
Istes the periods stops unhealthy drains fL
cures inflammation ulceration and fe- v
male weakness. It makes weak wouien
strong sick women well.
Will cure you i 3'ou have pains in the
back heart side stomach or any
place about you. Try them: they act
direct on the liver and kidneys. When o
xrnii ImvP th.t firrl fpAlinn Sfvmi rS1l O
take Renfro's Pills you will be cured
We guarantee every bottle. If they g
uo not give entire sausiacrion your
money will be refunded.
"Ml 10U Sapp of JamMtonrn. Oullfofil Co.
K. C write ' f liad .ulTtred three yar or
toon at monthly period. It Memed ai tuowah
I would die with tiala In mv back and ttomacli
I could Sot ataiul without Tainting ; bad given
nn an lion u ever ueine irra. wnen c
my f riet'd
x 5$?:2Sl?$Lur.o. 06 W. Oklahoma Ave.
tip all hope of ever being cured.
y tnenu. it
triad It. and before I had taken half a bottle I
Intleted. UD011 mv trvinir Dr. rl.rce's
Pavorlte Preacription. Willi hut little fttUi I
Ite and lett Mtter -r- y- . y-v m
Now I am hamrv In mv 1 am entirety cured and H I Oil TirrvlT ( IfnOCiac!! llie UftnO.C fOk ttrHt i ollT
alt done In two mntha" time when allabtlier H CIV C. Kf J LI (. VII VV-I IVO Vvll A I lJ CI I V vy ASCII. 1 CtllVO
felt batter had better appetite and slept better
i am et
medldnei had failed to do any Rood at all "
Dillotiancss is cured by the isc of Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant "Pellets. i
dltor Hopkins et nl owe tholr non-'
CDnflrmiition to tljo fight mado on i
them 'oy Hepubllcnns. Somo Domo-:
crats vottd It is tiuo. with tho Ro-j
publicans but Vluklor. of rvlngflshnr I
and Foster of Quthrle wro ehjoilyj
instrumental In tho rejection of Hop-!
kins who. they allegeC in ex-'
ecutive sossion was too zealously
active In championing the Interests of
the Amorican Book company. j
If Uie Democratic party gainrxl any-
thing by reason of a Democratic mu-j
Jority in tho council tho fact is not!
recorded. Tho majority BuCored from
internecine warfare and Councillors'
Miller and Clarke woro tho ohlof liolo
A 8MOOTHE FELLOW.
Prom ono Washington correspond-
ent wo loam that Mr. Oeorgo D.
Melklojohn has rosigned as assistant
socretary of war because ho oxpeots
to be elected saunter from Nebraska.
From another correspondent wo learn
tnat Mr. Melklojohn has rosigned be-
cause ho was invited to resign -his
connection with tho Hull-Helstandl-Corbln
Phillpplno syndicate being too
much for even tho oonsoned stomach
of tho administration. Probably
both statemonU nro truo 'In n mens-
uro. Mr Molklojohn oxpeots to be
elected sonator and ho knows thnt his
connection with the Phillpplno 'busi
ness bo far from Injuring him In thoj
oyjs of Nebraska Itepubllcans would
causo him to bo sot down an "a
durned smart foliar b'goah." Tha
man who can steal most niui got awny
with it is tho Ideal of tho Nobraska
Republican loglslator as tn6 Union
Pacific railroad discovorod.
Judge Frank Olsmlth tho "old war-
horse" today announces Mb candi-
dacy for police Judge of Quthrlo sub-
'jedt to tho wishes of tho Democratic
convontion. Olsmltli" made tho jidst
race and tho best pollco Judge Guth-
rie ever had. Ho is ono of nature's
best men being loyal to friend? and
of even temporamont. Ho is n rock-
bottom Democrat and ono of the
Qlycorluo Ollphant fidldqd. his posi-
tion coyly tout Inspector Ewlng ovar-
oamo him by dexterous willow work
at the plate.
Governor Barnes to the P U. bill
"To sign or not to sign that's the
unoHtlon. Whether 'Ua nobler to
Hiilp tho sulckerseu or by withholding
end a sea of .troubles."
During the 'il rift "month of the Sixth
assembly six days wore consumed in
discussing the marlt'u of a Jurors' bill
rite bill was vetoed lu Uiroo minute
Friday night a bill was pnasod under
mmponsluu of rules which had never
boon examined bQ;on4 tho title by
Hr. John It. Mooro announcon today
uo ii candidate forlty .marshal sub
ject to Jljjo dociojqni pt tho Democratic
-city conv ntlou." Mr. Mporc Is well
known to tho citizens of Quthrlo. Ho
lias lived here Blncn lo opening and
la a zealous Dermjb'fttt and con'sclon-
toua worker. "VMK Wooro hasnovor
beforo asked for oBlco. but boa
TTOrkml t fpp parly tctiBS. ' Ho pob-
aesses thuT qualifications for discharg-
ing tho duties of tho -office being
fearlesa ttntl endowed with eood Judg
moat If jMjmlnatod; bo wJU cprtainlf
V& e1eclet!"rtll;ii I Hi f T "" '"
REPUBLICANS TURNED DOWN
HOPKINfi T.. AL.
The Capital is moved to a lachry
mose state of amotion ovr tho sen
ate's action in refusing to coliTTrfn n
half dozen or moro appointments of
It charge that th 8 Democratic ma-
jority Is J-osponsiblo far this funny
work. Of all silly things tills' bharge
Is the most yollow and farolaal. Au-
1 rsavi m i.m v. t -
l-'OR OLD AG.
T i hf old as to babies the
nvn Imlantx' of lcalth is more
important than anything else
in the world. The possible
health in age U ilil
stron'";; it is onlytivon -i-'
There is no end tuefttK
to the trouble thnt comeS of'its
loss. It ought to be wAtcbea
like a baby's.
Scott's emulsion of cod-livei
o!l for wry old nnd"verY5'0lni4
-ui uuicrcni iViiys jauiciooa
to hecurc this evn health.
V.lidrijautotrrrouliiie ft k
svurr 4; WOW.NK. A Pil uti.t Jfw Yk.
Agency In. Oct. 17 1899.
Pepsin Syrup Co. Montlcello 111.
Gonts--1 havo usod Dr. Caidwoll's
Syrup Popsln with marked succoss. I
unhesitatingly recommend it to those
suffering with Stomach Troublo or
Constipatldn. It's certainly blesBlng
to humanity. You aro at liberty to use
my testimonial. Vory rospectfully
F. M. Wllcoxson.
F. B. LIlIlo &. Co.
Rate from-Wichita to
HELENA BUTTE GARRISON
Call at "Frisco Uno" city ticket off
flco corner of Main and Douglas uvo.
for full information or nddross fi. F.
Dunn D. P. A. Wichita Kas.
Thoto Is no bettor farm and stock
Journal published than the "Old Re-
liable" Knnsaa Farmer of Topeka.
Kansas which gft70 its rattlers dur-
ing tho past yoar 992 pages of select
and practical matter covering every
varied lntorost of tho farmer and his
family and tho agricultural and live
stock Industry of tho west Any ono
of its "Twentieth Century Specials"
tn bo Issued during 1901 will to
worth the annual subscription! price of
Ono Dollar a yoar. Sample copy free.
Qlubbod with tho Loader both ono
yoar for only f 1.00.
Couldn't holp getting a cold never
cures It; but carrying homo a bottle&L
Ballard's Horchound Syrup and using
it as dlroctad will ours the worst
kind of coughor cold. Price. 25 otd
F. B. Lilllo & Co and Wheolor &
PORTLAND TACOMA SEATTLE
Tiokflts on sale 'at tho ''Frisco Lino"
city ticket office corner of Main and
Douglas avc on the following Tues
March 5 12 1? 20 J April 2 9 16
23 and 30. 1901.
. Furthor Information will bo cheer
fully given at thgtelty ijqket offico or
by-B.TJVDunn R p. A. Wlchit Kas.
3 cans Tomatoes 5
8 cans Corn - - 25
1 can Blackberries - 8
i can Raspberries 8
1 can Strawberries 8
1 can Pumpkin - - 10
1 package Shred wheat
1 package Cook's Flake
2 packages Grape Nut -2
2 nackatres Wlieatine
1 package Cream of Wheat 15
2 packages Anti-Dyspep
tic Meal - 25
1 package Buckwheat flour 10
1 package Pan Cake flour 10
8 packages Friends Oats 25
9 lbs bulk Rolled Oats 2a
10 lbs Hominy Flake 25
18 bars world beater soap
0 bars dimoud C soap
1 bar Anions' White soap
8 bars Ivory soap
). package Gold Dust
-1 package Armours Wash-
8 pounds Sal Soda
4 cans Greenwich Lye
3 cans Louis Lye
1 pounds Peaches
2 pounds evaporated apples 15
1 pound Prunes - - 5
2 pounds Apricots 25
1 pound Rasins - 10
We have just o
choice line of Garden Seed
and Onion bets at 8 cts. qt
1 sack High Patent flour 5 .85
16 lbs granulated sugar 1.00
1 pound Lyon Coffee - 12
1 pound Arfyuckles Coffee 14
1 quart can of Syrup - 0
1 package seeded Rasins 10
2 packages clean Currants 25
1 Pail Jelley 19
1 pound beans - 5
1 pound Rice 5
1 package pure Corn Starch 5
I package Rising Sun
Stove Polish - 7
1 bottle Catsup - 5
1 bottle Pepper Sauce - 8
1 No. 1 Lamp Chimney - 4
INo. 2 Lamp Chimney - 8
1 bar'Coco Soap' 12 inches
lbox Soap 4 of kind - 9
1 box 8 bars in box - 9
1 package Yeast Foam - 4
1 p? ckage Ralston Yeast - 4
1 pacnage Sunflower brand 4
1 pound Tea Dust - 20
1 pound Young Hyson tea 30
1 lb uricolored Japan Tea 50
BARRETT BROS. Cash Grocery. 'Phone 17O.
No. 214 E. Ok. Goods delivered to all parts of City.
LOW RATE EXCURSION
HOT SPRINGS ARK.
THE CHOCTAW ROUTE.
Travel ovor tho New Line and visit
America's greatost health and pi ema-
il ro rosort. '
Tiokots on salo Mnroh 12tb 1001
and good for return until March 17th.
An oxtonslon to tureo woeks will bo
granted upon paymont of amount
equal to prlco of ticket.
All particulars on application to any
ngent O. O. & Q. It. II. or
C. B. Hart Genoral Western Agent
Oklahoma City Okla.
Geo. H. Loo. Q. P. T 'A. Llttlo
Only J25 from Quthrle
Tuesdays to 'April 30. Tickets
good in tourist sleepers add
Tho Santa Fo Itouto most di-
rectly reaches tho fertilo val-
leys tho great trade cantors
and tho noted tourist resorts of
California. A lino opportunity
for homoBookors. "
Santa Fe Route
BBR GLORIOUS LIFE
and ILLUSTRIOUS REIGN"
Book pf 500 Pages by
t.w.hanDfokd a. k. lld
STAR W.ND MILLS
" UNDER BANK OF INDIAN T-tRRITORY
Only First Class Exclusive Plumbing and
Pump House in the City. -
Let Us Figure On Your Work
WO rANT PATTEtlNS
300 SUIT PATTKUNS
kanov vests OAColin
OI'-TO-NOW ON STYLES
WE OAN PLKASK AU
WE WANT TO KNOW YOU
Webb Tailoring Co.
' " 117 South .Second Street '
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Guthrie National Bank
norrt of Director. JAMES STUATTON VHAWKDAtK
in addition to offletm ot bank JK.OOTTmOHAM.
W. J. HQRSFALL Cashier.
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