The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 108, Ed. 1, Monday, April 1, 1901 Page: 4 of 8
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MONDAY. APRIL 1 1801.
DEMOCRATIC CITY TICKET.
Fdr Mayor K. L. Illlncde.
For Clerk Alfred S. DeWltt.
For Attorney Jo. W. Wlsby.
For Marshal Frank Klndman.
For Police Judge Frank Olsmlth.
For Treasurer M. Collar.
For School Treasurer Charles
For Street Commissioner W. D.
First Ward J. T. Kerr and J. M.
Second Ward Paul Newman.
Third Ward II. D. Uowden.
Fourth Ward Will Bleat.
Fifth Ward J. Vi- Snyder.
For School Board.
Flrat Ward J. Dolph.
Second Ward Dan Morris.
Third Ward F. M. Clark.
Fourth Ward J. O. Severn.
Fifth Ward-Sam Warren.
Stand by the men on the ticket with
Voto the Blincoe ticket and push on
What is that report about tho Sec-
E. L. Bllncoo for mayor vlll thro"v
new life into tho business lr.torost uu
progross of Guthrie.
la Fire Chief Grubor playing double
with some of tho chief candtdatos on
tho Republican tickot?
Oouoral Jo Wheolor nraisos donoral
Funston and says ho regards him as
a bravo and ltrapld gonbrnl."
Tho penalty for fraudulently voting
or attomptlng to vote will bo on-
forced. Mami v ' i" ' the actor lias
been co :!..td 1:1 t..e Uellevue Insane
hospital. His son says his father's
real name is Blye.
It is impossible fc? Kansas to be
without; a aensftNon. First. Carrie Na-
tion the smas'jer. Now it is Freder-
ick Funston. What next?
There is no doubt of the fact that
to continue the present regime of the
city la to clog the wheelu of progress
and increase your taxes.
Remember there was no legisla-
tion of voters and frauds will attempt
to yota. Stop them swoar out war-
rants and havo them' arrested.
It dldnt take long Tor McKlnley to
recognize England's ownership and
sovereignty over the Transvaal. It
i was done iu a sort of snap shot.
Tomorrow the best and punning ele-
ment havi the opportunlt) to kick into
the gutter tho machine politics which
has so long boen u curse to Guthrie.
Idle labor tomorrow bu( the op-
portunity to wiy whether :t shall re-
main Idle. Vote for tho men who will
dispose "machine" polltUs nnd give
employment to Idle labor
Harper Cunningham's speech Satur-
day night hosws where the lily whites
utnad. Harper knows a thing or two
la scaly politics and he knows just
when and where to tell It.
The snows of last week rroutly de-
layed traffic over the trunk lines In
the North and Northwest and on many
of the roads trains were caught and
could not move until the snow was
Don't forgv't you tax p.ivers and
bueluem men. the cllsBia. .nil confe
alons in the council rhauiiii'i 1am! week
of the Are chief that he wie. aKwonnwl
iujd paid 515 to keep tin- machine'
In powr bo lie could hold n to 11h
job for if it was not for that purpose
what wa. the $16 paid for?
VOTE THI8 WAY TOMORROW.
Voto for B. L. Bllnroe.
Vote for Al DeWltt for city clerk.
Vote for Joseph Wlsby for city at-
torney. Vote for Frank Illndman for oily
Vole for Frank Olsmlth for police
Vote for M. Collar for city treasurer.
Vote for Chas. Witter for school
Vote for W. D. Williamson for street
Then vote for these councilman:
J. M. Brooks and J. T. Kerr In the
Paul Newman in the Second ward.
II. D. Bowden in the Thlri ward.
Will Blesh In the Fourth ward.
J. W. Snyder In the Fifth ward.
And for the school board members
and vote for:
J. Dolph In the First ward.
Dan Morris In the Second ward.
v. M. Clark in the Third ward.
J. O. 8everns in the Fourth ward.
Sam Warren In Uie Fifth ward.
WHO WILL BE GOVERNOR?
The speculation still grown apace as
to who shall or may. be governor. As
an impartial witness to the contest
without prejudice or sympathy con-
trolled and influenced by neither
heart or conscience as indifferent and
stoical as an iceberg at Point Barrow
In December neither caring or hoping
landing entirely aloof and absolutely
free and untrammeled to express our
opinion we honestly and fenrlessjy.
with the possibilities of the future
spread out Invitingly before us with
no strings reaching out anywhere or
in any direction to be snapped aaundor
In the moment of apparent victory
declare upon our conscience that- we
do not know who will ho govornor of
Oklahoma attar next May.
E. L. BLINCOE THE MAN.
Everyone concedes Uiat the election
of 13. L. Blincoe as mayor of Guthrie
would not be to her hurt. Why not
elect him then? This is a big conces-
sion from those politically opposed to
Blincoe and since they know what a
detriment to the city's progress ma-
cnlne politics has beon in the post
and freely admit it why not derail
politics for the once and elect Blin-
coe? CHARLES WITTER.
. Chnrlos Wittor tho nomlneo for
school troasuror Is a. young business
man of most sterling qualities. Evory-
ono In Guthrie kno..8 Cluirloy and
tls" xnow him to bo honost capable
and absolutely reliable Hu Is not a
chronic offico seeker and only at tho
aamost request of nomo of tho best
citlzons of Guthrie to allow his lmrao
to bo used did ho consont to it. Thu
school treasurorshlp 1b nn Important
position and tho election of M. Wit-
ter means tho safety and security of
every dollar of the school monoys.
The young men of Guthrie should ral-
ly to his support In solid phalanx.
PUSHING ON THE SURVEYS.
Secretary Hitchcock says that every
effort possible is being made to per-
fect the plans for the opening of the
Kiowa ami Comanche reservations In
AuKiibt next. The resurvey Is being
pushed forward as rapidly as condi-
tions will admit nnd the land is being
am veyed and platted into quarter sec-
tion llne.i county linen county seats
and school lands.
Three thousand Indians will bo al-
lotted 100 acres eaih besides the -'i.-ing
lands which must bo set aside and
marked. The whole reservation in-
cludes 14000 quarter sections.
GUTHRIE RAILROAD DEPOT.
It was determined id Topdho last
week by the Santa Fl Railroad com-
pany to commence at tho earliest prac-
tical moment the erection of the long
promised passenger depot at this city
and orders were given to have the
pinna and specifications 'for the struc-
ture prepared and the work to begin
without delay. It Is stated that the
depot will be equal to that of any on
the system in the Southwest and on
a mule large enougn to meet the in-
creasing demands of the road.
is Utile red in tlu- blood.
The red in the blood Js
the oxygen-carrier. Iiettir to
bre.ith with half of one lung
than not have enough red ii
The blood is full of digested
too ; but it can't build inucle
.uulniive ;uid bone without
l' 'i I!.
S( ott's emulsion ( f cod-litr
v)il puts red in the blood: the
oxjgui-cunh r. hds like build-
ing .i i. Pi i into a f am ino-
stri leu country.
Wn. uuJ)i.aaLj.ii . . li uu l.i.
SCOT J' & buW.Nk. 4 HwlWrtti. tin Vffc-
in Hie summer
Of life a jvotnan may find herself fading
and faili She doesn't understand it
She jjoea to doctors who treat her for
Ms Or for that but she gets no better.
She grows frail and pale. She can just
"drag about the house" but has no
pleasure in me.
Many such women
have trtkon advant-
age of Dr. Pierce's
offer oifree com fili-
ation by Utter and
hare been restored
by Dr. Pierce's
treatment to per-
fect health- There
is no more wonder-
ful medicine for
women than Dr.
action upon the
womanly organs is
at once apparent
in the decrease of
pain and the in
crease of strength
It Cures f e m a 1 e
weakness and such
diseases as take
away tho strength
and beauty of
Stck women are
invited to consult
Dr. Pierce by letter
tree. All corres
pondence private. Address Dr. R. V
Pierce Buffalo N. Y.
"Before I commenced to use your medicine t
wa in a bad condition (for eight ycare) and
four doctor treated me" writes Mr. nettle
Afkew. i Gnrytburff Northampton Co. N. C.
"TKjr of course gave me at the lime ome re-
lief but it dM not last long. I nas some days
in my bed and some days I dragged about the
bouse. I have uied five bottles of Dr l'ieree
Favorite Preocriptlon and five of the 'Golden
Medical Discovery' and four vials of the ' Pel-
lets.' Now I feel like a new woman and I want
the world to know it "
The action of the " Favorite Prescrip-
tion" Is assisted by the use of TIeasant
Pellets" when the bowels arc Irregular.
The friends of tho ticket hoadod by
ui. h. lllincoe should "vntch tho polls
from the opening to tho close In every
voting precinct In each ward. They
should have trusty men there to take
down evory suspicious voter's name
for future Investigation.
FUNSTON A FfRIGADIER GENERAL
The president has honored Qencral
Funston by making him a brigadier
general iu the regular army.
As The Lender stated the othor day
elect tho ticket headed by 15. L. Blln-
coo for mnyor nnd If at the end of
thoir tonus they have done no batter
than their predecessors it wilt holp
you turn them out.
Business men and tax payors should
no longor bow tho kneo to the mud
machlho which runs Guthrlo in tho
Interest of maohlne polltloH. It costs
ontlroly too much? Voto for tho men
who will run the Bovornmcnt 'n tno
Interost of Guthrie" and tho peoplo and
not In tho intorost of tho "machine."
Flynn has succeeded in landing
John Ollphant and John Trotter ns
register and rocelver of the Mongum
land office. They succeed H. D. Mc
Knight and Jaa. Kelly. Chandler
Yea and it appears he landed some-
thing else if the words of Kelly who
was slid down the gang plank mean
A complete change in Uie control of
Guthrie city affairs would have a most
Healthful and rejuvenating effect at
home and abroad. Don't you think so
tax payers and business men? Then
vote for the change. Don't think one
way and vote the other. That Is
neither sensible or business like.
J. IS. Ball is a good man everyone
will admit that but he is the candi-
date of the "machine" and In its hands
will be as pliable as putty. Iu addi-
tion to this he hasn't the first element
man the sort 'of mnn for mayor de-
manded by this crisis til Guthrie's his-
tory. Slixto Lopes has cabled Agninaldo
to aak leave to visit the United States
and tell the people his side of the
story of the war. la part the cable-
gram says: I believe It is the wish
of the American people to kriow the
truth about many things connected
with this war. as well as to obtain an
authoritative statement ' of the atti-
tude of the Filipinos toward American
When men get so low down in the
scale or moral obliquity ae to resort
to tho assessment and collection of
political tribute tn the ahapo of cam-
paign funds from tho memben of a
supposedly non-partisan fire depart-
ment on threats of being discharged
from their positions It Is quite time
for the people to call a halt and turn
tlie prostltutors ouL
Do the cltiena of Outhrie want a
fire deparment run in Uie Interest of
machine politic or do they want it
run In the Interest of the peoplr ot the
city and lor the protection of their
property? According ta the disgust-
ing disclosures at the last council
meeting the chief is running It in t!ic
exclitsiM' Inturcrit of the machine.
Democrats J the Sikand ward
should not play shMly abally.
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Talk about Groceries! Our Prices
8 cans Tomatoes 25
8 cans Corn '- 25
1 qi.n Blackberries 8
1 can Kaspberrios 8
1 can Strawberries 8
1 can Pumpkin - 10
package Cook's Flake
packages Grape Nut
packages ' Ralston's
2 oackaires Wheatine - 2o
1 package Cream of Wheat 15
2 packages Anti-Dyspeptic
Meal - - 25
1 package Buckwheat flour 10
1 package Pan Cake flour 10
8 packages Friends Oats 25
9 lbs bulk Rolled Oats 25
10 lbs Hominy Flake 25
BARRETT BROS. Cash Grocery. 'Phone 170.
Second ward" Democrats should bo
able to know what Is going on in their
Is it true that the members of the
fire deparment pay to the chief month-
ly assessments ont ot their salaries
and If It Is so who gets it?
Leading Populists over the country
are discussing the question as to the
best policy for the party to adopt.
Some insist that the onl sensible
thing to do is to go into the Demo-
cratic party and others want to go it
alone as Populists.
LOW RATE EX'-'RSION
HOT. SPRINGU k-K.
THE CHOCTAW ROUTE.
Travel over the New Lino and visit
America's greatest health and pleas-
Tickets on sale March 13th 1901
nnd good fgr return until March 17th
An extension to threes weaka will be
grnntod upon payment of anmunt
equal to price of tickot.
All particulars on applicatlos to r.uy
agent C. O. & Q. R. It. or
C. D. Hart General Western Agent
Oklahoma City Okla.
For Memphis and all points East and
Southeast take the Choctaw route.
Two dally fast trains vestlbuled Pull-
man sloapers free reclining chair oars
gas lighted and steam heated.
The old saying thai a new broom
sweeps clean Is true and It Is true 'also
that old as well as new brooms made
by the Guthrie Broom works sweep
clean all the time and last much longer
than other manufacturers.
1BG tlmoB a year.
BBR GLOKIOUS LIT
and ILLUSTRIOUS REtGN"'
Book of I;0O Pages by
T.W.UANDFOUn. . . LLD
At Leader Office
Will cure you if you have pains in the
back heart side stomach or any
place about you. Tiy them; they act
direct on the liver and kidneys. When
you have that tired feeling: if you will
take Renfro's Pills you will be cured.
We guarantee every bottle. . If they
do not give entire satisfaction your
money will be refunded.
Opposite P.O. 206 W.
IP bars world beater soap
0 bars dimond C soap
J. bar Amous' White soap 4
8 bars Ivory soap 35
Washing Powders 1
1 pa'ckage Gold Dust 4
1 package Armours Wash
ing Powder 4
8 pounds Sal Soda 10
4 cans Greenwich Lye 25
8 cans Louis Lye - - 25
4 pounds Peaches - 25
2 pounds evaporated apples 15
1 pound Prunes ? - 5
2 pounds Apricots - 25
1 pound Ra6ins - 10
We have just received
choice line of Garden Seeds
and Onion bets at 8 cts. qt.
1 sack High Patent flour $ .85
10 lbs granulated sugar 1.00
Ok. Goods delivered to all parts of City.
OUR NEW OLUB LIST
The Oklahoma Leader and tile New York Tri-Weekly
Tribune 1 year for ?1 50
The Oklahoma Leader and the New" York Weekly
Tribune 1 vear forJ -. . 7S
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The Oklahoma Lender and
it .7. . .
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' Tlie UKiaiioma Leatter ana TWicc-a-weeir ot. Liouis
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k The Oklahoma Leader and Thrice-a-Week Now York
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t l yr for bo
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Power Plumbing Co
'UNDER BANK OF INDIAN TERRITORY
Only First Class Exclusive 'Plumbing and
Pump House in the City.
Let Us Figure On Your Work
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are what Talks.
1 pound Lyon Coffee - 12
1 pound Arhuckles Coffee 14
1 quart can of Syrup - 0
1 package seeded Raslns 10
2 packages clean Currants 25
1 Pail Jelley - - 19
1 pound beans - 5
1 pound Rice - 6
1 package pure Corn Starch 5
I package Rising "Sun
Stove Polish v - 7
1 bottle Catsup - 5
1 bottle Pepper Sauce - 8
1 No. 1 Lamp Chimney - 4
1 No. 2 Lamp Chimney - 8
1 bar Coco Soap 12 inches
1 box Soap 4 of kind
box 8 bars in box
package Yeast Foam
package Ralston Yeast
package Sunflower brand
pound Tea Dust - 20
pound Young Hyson tea 80
lb uncolored Japan Tea 50
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Texas Farm and Ranch.
1 1 UU
the Twlce-a-Week Dallas
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Kansas City Weekly Star
New York Weekly Pdess 1 00
Oklahoma Livestock In- $
Toledo Weekly Blade 1 yr
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