The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 138, Ed. 1, Monday, May 13, 1901 Page: 4 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA
MONDAY MAY 13
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MONDAY MAY It 1901.
Good evening Governor Jenkins!
If yon don't &yg&gny- feel for lf
And Dill OrliMd too' Hollo Dill
Guthrie took on
This was Jim Kua;ulre's day to run
ware eTPnil lobsters pros-
Take your partners for the. Harmony
:l: i ?-
Which Is tlu greater ljpiprlallst
Barnes or JlteltfrVljf
TW papier mache
hire In Jarga v'jsaj;.
The wlae Republican today is the
"original Hanna man."
You run't lose AmOs.
And the colored men;
them Governor Jenkins?
Gov. Ynte of lIllola has appoint
Od nil his relatives Itf office.
Mrs. Carrie Nntf'm Is (Alt of jail
qgaiu for a few minutes.
.Gov. Jonktna wont to bat todny with
flLRoou Index but ho la llablo to strlko
. Jot of blank nngos.
If Governor Jenkins wants nny point-
era on political worry ho can apply to
Knur sailing now governor; but
wait till they get to disputing the dr
cIhIodb of the umpire
The $7.". 000 000 w.u ! trust having
fallen through In M .. huselts. Its
affairs will now bo wound up.
In the meantime Mr Phillips man-
ngos to hold up the Clilcugo corn
market without the aid of a panic.
Amos Ewlng'a; jchatvees for reap-
pointment are every bit ds dense and
clouded as the halftone pictures In
Having -presenbsd to tho Chinese
plenipotentiaries Indemnity clajm for
4FO.00O;o00sttj9Lrl tho nrtpMawlfof tho
powers cousldarnJiB $$&&& give
tho Chinese Umo to come out of their
tmnco. . jM.
The New York Iress says that Nat
Goodwin's Shylock Is said to he an ar-
tistic suet ess. The New Yoikera yho
are now doing business with Russell
Hagi- ait- xetting a dtiso of tho real
THE GUBERNATORIAL CHAHUb.
For tlM? fifth tlmn in its history.
Oklahoma today witnesses a change
of gubernatorial " administrations.
Many of the trrltore like Oklahoma
have changed governor. bi't unlike
Oklahoma none hae swapped
live heads under the same ndmlnla-
tratlon. However this very fact tends
to strengthen the cause of Detnoi racy
which is now growing and prospering
as never before.
There Is nothing remarkable in to-
day's Incident wherein ono Republican
Hires way to another. The same gen
eral policies affecting party Intereita
Which one governor pursued the otner
will continue The change has no
effect on the territory nt large. There
will be new officials to be sure but all
political placea in Oklahoma are more
or less clerical and no dellnlte Imprflit
Is left by these officials on the terri-
tory's well bfelng. for good or evil.
They obey orders from Washington
and these orders are as patent to Uie
people as to the officials.
Putting oslde the political phajp
pllminsuns: uie jemuume v" -ministration
of Gov. Dames has been
characterised by effective work In Be-
half of the material advancement . of
the territory. Then too while a loyal
Republican. Gov Darnes was never a
narrow minded partisan. He believed
that he was not governor for political
purposes only that 1b to soft curry
Republicans and punish Democrats and
Populists. He utilized the services
of all men of merit in assisting him
In placing the Interests of the territory
to the fore. And his work has bean
telling. Oklahoma Is prosperous to-
day her warrants her valuation her
population are all stable. The great
misfortune of Gov. Dnrnes through-
out h's nUm'.r!ai nation was his In-
voluntary choice of enemies. Th i
enemies seized upon his mistakes and
exaggerated them into crimes. '
To the new governor Mr. Jenkins
the Leader In behalf of the Democracy
extends greetings. Personally Mr.
Jeiiklm. Is a loveable man. He Is
prized as a dtlzen of the town and
territory. What Mr. Jenktr.a will be
politically as governor and how he yill
allow his political feellnga to effect
the stable Interests of the territory
remains to be seen Mr. Jenkins IMS
the support of a dangerous element
an element which seeks to gain Its
purpose whether the means he fair Or
foul. This element of tho Republican
party has notat heart the interests or1
the commercial welfare of Oklahoma;
its objoct has boon self-aggrartdftp-mont
soirtshnoss spoils. Providing
Mr. Jenkins stoors clear of tho dicta-
tion of this faction and glvoa Mr.
Flynn to undorstand he Is eminently
capable of administering the affairs
of state through tho honest advices of
his political friends living In Oklaho-
ma he m$y be able to give Oklahoma
n satisfactory business administra-
tion HU"h as he has spoken of if. pub-
The people of Oklahoma regardless
o' party aff Hint Ions will place no obsta-
cles In Qoornor Jenkins' path so
Iuuk as he Is sincere and straight for-
ward; so long a he evinces heartfelt
welfare In the territory. Since we
cannot have a Democratic governor
we must perforce tolerate a Republl
can and so long as he Is a good true
man. the people will not. feel disponed
to kick on the eo'i.v of i.'" dltlcs
whero territorial lnte't-sts are r'lnlly
concerned. Governoi Uarns va like1
by the masses; the fight on lun. was
not made by the people but by he
politicians. Governor Jenklna starts
out with a clear Held ho should havo
to misgivings JM htm do right rec-
ognise good be charitable in judgment
and liberal in political feeling and a
oredltable adininlst.ation will be the
A Washington paper says a New
York elocutionist has enteied suit
against a railway ompuny for $40000
damages for loss of olce Incurred In
an accident The business of conduct-
ing railroads la becoming more danger-
ous and expensive every day.
They do all things differently In
Porto Rico. A native who absconded
With $J2000 of Tsvenue funds has ben
sentenced to thirty-two years' imprison
mont by a native court. The sentence
of the Cuban postal thieves has not
yet boon announced to far as anyone
Mark Hanna peculiarly represents
the all powerful intrests in tho Re
publican party. He Ktauds lor the pol-
itics of commerce the politics of mon-
opolies the politic s r dollars and
cents. He Is tui MiiUnUmont of the
Spirit of commercialiMJi hut is so very
potent at this time ni f ptosperlty
persists the spirit wr commercialism
will Bat urate tho country three years
lionce. Properly presented under
present conditions would not Mark
.ITannn nnnAflt .fifl-lTl'l V IniA. )ll1&lfnuui.
to use Dictor
fur dial hack
th&t Mvrr ball
a million wjrmen
have heen cured
ot women's ail-
mrnts by the use ot
Dr. Pterce'a Pavor
Don't forget that
tion " cures diseases
of women in their
chronic form cures
often whe all else
Don't fornet that
ou can consult Dr.
ieree by letter
free. Tell your
storv frankly All
privste. Address Dr. R. V Pierce Buf-
falo. N Y.
Don't forget to write to Or Pierce
to-day if you are ick from dlscaKS
which afflict women.
wrote fdf advtct Pebnjry '4. iM." write
Mn. Ina Halslead of Claremort Gbctoktc
Nil tnd Ty . "I m tacking with palu from
tli back of dy bead down to my iMtl Had
hetaorrhagc for wccki at a lime and wm
unable to tit for ten minute at a lime You
anrd my Liter advised ok to m your
valuable medicines vt . ur. nmri eavonie
mcmtlM from tli Urae i becan yeur treatment I
wt a well woman and have not bad the back-
ache tlnce ami now I put In sixteen bout a day
Paper -bound edition of Dr. Pierce's
oleoicai .nivisci jrec uu icbuiii ui
There was a law firm in Pittsburg a
few months ago known as lifted ft
Kno Reed has become a director
f the $1400000000 steel trust and
Knox has become attorney general of
the I'ntted States As It is tho duty
of tho attoiney general to prosecute
this criminal combination in restraint
of trade it ill be u very disagreeable
tuhk for Knox to lie compelled to send
his law partner to Jail.
The quickest relief for n
colli iby Scott's emulsion of
t o(i-licr oil.
u will find the edge taken
oft 1 1 a night ; and in three or
t i d - ou'll be wondering
vi oilier that cold amounted ta
an thing anyhow.
Th.it's relict. If you tacklo
it. (jiiiik the relief is quick; if
sou ait the relief won't
come- you know how colds
Wei' ' wmJLliMltlolry.UyoufVe"
For the. Next 10 Days we will Make a Big; Reduction in
Paints Oils and Drugs
Must" reduce the Stock Call and see what We are
valuable medicines via . ur. nme'i navonic
I'reacHptkm 'Golden Medical UlKowtry" iwl
' Plearant Pelleta.' ataogave ad trice about Injee
ttona. bath and dlat To my aurpriie. ib tout
5 fresh drufjs a specialty Opposite P. O. AaUU We UKl8il01118 AVe
one-cent stamps to jy espen&c. of inaiU
only. Addtcss as above
The city council has no huslnoss to
Jocke.- with the water question. Any
doubt cast on the water bonds will de-
feat the entire bond proposlUon. The
city neds water then sewerage and
the other Improvements.
GUTHRIE COMMANDERY NO. 1
j Knights Templar moots ovory Wed
nesday ovening at 7:30 at tholr Asy
lum In tho Mnsonlc totnple. Visiting
Sir Knights always wolcomc.
Jno. Random IlamlU E. C.
B. M. Bamford Recorder.
Hartrantt Post No 3 O. A. R medtB on
first and third Saturdays in each month at
7:30 p. m. in probate court room VUltinp
oomraues always welcome.
w v. uunoo.p. a
M. UMOCK Adlutnanr
Capitol TAdca No. 1 Itoyal Tribe of Jonoph
meeu every Saturday nfght at 7 JO o'clock
In Woodmen Halt.
K. M llAMl'OIU) Vf. V.
A. A. MKACItAM Scribe.
Cyclists should always carry tt bot
tle of Ballard's Snow Liniment In
case of accident if applied Immedi-
ately it wilt subdue the pain prevent
swelling and discoloration and (illicit
ly heal the4 wounds. Price 25 and COJ
t elite. S
Wheeler & Son and P. 0. LIHIe &
CHEAP RATES TO COLORADO.
Session of the 'Trans-MlssIssippI
Commercial Congress to be Held
In Cripple Creek.
Arrangements for tho Tjly moot-
ing ot tile TranB-MlBHlsmppi Com-
mercial Congress in Muly- In this city
aro how woll undrc way. The rail-
road association? havo nil motf and
tt low rate p to the Cripple prook
district Is 8 h that a larco influx
of people ' anticipated. ThxJ low
rate covert Treoty-threo Btatoa end
territories niu tha railroads in ad
vertising this rs.i will excite Inter-
est and thousands oi people who. Lave
herd of Cripple Creek will tais ad
vantage of the opportnmv.
At the Cripple Creek meeting there
are quite a number of ImpC.tant mat
ters to be considered. Whilst the
executive committee has not as yet
formulated the programme it Is un
derstood that uncompleted questions
considered In former congresses so
far aB national legislation Is concern
ed are to be uppermost Theso will
be token up and further discussed
at the July meeting.
Moore's l'llutos are a guaranteed
euro for all forms of Malaria Ague
Chills npd Fnvtjr Swamp Fover Ma-
larial Fevor Bilious Paver Joundlco
Biltousnoss fotld bioqth and a tired
listless feollng. Thay cure Rheuma-
tism and the lassitude following
blood poison produced from Malarlul
poisoning. "No Quinine. No Arsaote
Adda or Iron. Do not ruin stomach
or teeth. Entirely tasteless. Prico
60e par box. Dr. C. C. Moor: Co. No.
810 North Main street. St. Louis Mo.
P. B. Lllllo & Co. and Wheeler &
ryan's New Paoer
'WILLIAM' J. BRYAN
Kdltor and I'BtriUuor
Tr&YOlrflg Canvassers are Em
The Corrjmoner and Uie Oklahoma
Will bo sent to nny address
For Only 81. 25
Dally Loader and Commoner ono
year for 15.00 cash In advance.
Mr. Bryan says: "You may say to
ypur readers that In ordor to protect
tho public from fraud at tho hands of
protondod ngontsTI shall not omptoj
Unvoting canvassera." When the
act becomes known no ono can be
Guthrie Camp No. 3 Woodmen of the
World meets every Monday night in the K
of V halt. VlolUugSVoodmon are welcome
j. n rowima. cierk.
WM. ORIWORY Cou. Com.
Uutnrie Lodge No. a a. F. &A. M. Res
nlar meeting tr-rd Wednesday evening in
acta month at 8 o'clock. All brethren cordl
ally Invited to Attend.
PAUL NEWMAN W. M.
B ;M. 1UMVOKU Sec y.
Naomi ItcouKah Lodge ..'o. z I. O. n. H.
mcetallrstaud thl' Tneaday at 7t In the
CK11 Vellowe't. nan In tbe Weinberger buuo
lngl Visitors welcome
P M. L. IlAV N O.
Qutbrle lodge No. 1 a. O. U. W mce
Taaraday evening of each week at 7:30
Victor block corner First and Harrison
Visiting Workmen always welcome.
p UAUKV OVKMIAY M. W
O. n. WILDEh. Secorder.
I O. K. M. meets every Tuesday night la
Kof hall. Vlslttncchlefaalwa's welcome
prank 5. nAltuElt Sachem.
H. O. 13AHNKY. Chief of Records.
Oklahoma Eucampment No. 1 1 0. O. F.
meets the eoonct and fourth Friday nights
In e'j month. S. a UATE8. O. P.
E. F. MEItTEN Scribe
Outhrle Lodge No. 3 I. O. O. P. taepu
Monday night of raou week: at 7 iO Visiting
Odd Fellows always welcome
O W DIIU OF.. Secretary
Guthrie Lodge No. s it of P. meets every
Thursday atSp m. In their nail lathe Vic-
tor block- corner First and Han-loon. Visit-
tag Knights are always welcome
A. G. BALDWIN. C C.
J. FOrVART.M.ofF.andlC ofH f
Uuthrie Lodge No. 8. D. P. O. E. meeU
tbe acoond and fourth Friday In each
month lu K of P Castle Hall
L.G.NIHLACK E R.
IIJ. FOUCART. Sec'v
STOP RIGHT HERE
If you are bullous and got a bottlo of
Bnglo Nervo and Llvor Pills. ThP
-a 'W't'd'M'ffi'S' taa--Q a -s-H3
Will furnish music any
place in Oklahoma on
two hours notice before'-
train time. Address
T. A. NealMgr.
o- a o-i.-v-.o'4---a-4B-
LEADER CLASSIFIED WANTS
(Locals In this column aro charged
for at tho rate of 5 cents per line six
words for first Insertion and 3 cents
for oach Insertion thoreattor.)
AGENTS on salary or commission.
See V. Bowers; ov6r Mofflt's.
FOR RENT Office rooms in tho Bill-
ingsloy block. Enqulro at Capitol
FOR SALE Choice lot fo fine Bel-
gian Hares; prices to suit tbe buy-
era. 710 JCnst Harrison avenue Guth-
TOR llBNi Fine large room over
Vance cigar store told Rush stand )
Apply at Vance cigar store.
WANTED Bright boy
printing trade. Apply
to learn tho
For Memphis and all points East and
Southeast tako tho Choctaw route.
Two -laily fast trains vestlbuled Pull-
man sloepars. free reclining chair cars
cas llghtod and steam heated.
Sample copies of Bryan's Commoner
can be secured at The Leader office
Dr. Snyder DENTIST
Good housekeepers spoolty Cnlurrot
Baking Powder in ordorlng. It is sold
at a fair price nnH Is absolutely pure.
YOUNG MEN Our Illustrated cata-
logue explains how we toaoh bar-
ber trade In olght weeks mallod free
Moler Bnrber Collogo SL Louis. Mo.
WANTED Bright boy aged 1C or 17
years to tako chnrgo of paper
routo. Apply at Vanco cigar fetoro.
LOST. About six months ago gold
match case with monogram J. F. K.
?10 reward if roturned to Royal Hotel.
(First published in th' Dally Leader
May 13 1901.)
To Whom it May Concern:
Notice is hereby given that O .lo
Miller line this day filed his petition
to sell at retail Spirituous Vinous and
Malt Liquors In lot 9 block 12. 2nd
ward in tho town of Mulhall Logan
County Oklalioma and that unles-
objoctlon ho filed on or before the 28th
day fo May A. D. 1901. said petition
will bo granted.
Outhrle May 13. 1901.
J. B. Dobson County Clerk.
By P. S. PulllanVDeputy
Saves "You Money.
MEN'S and BOY'S STRAW
HATS lower prices than
anywhere else in GuthrL
RACKET STORE is full of
Great Bargains ....
THE PEOPLES STORE is
knocking High Prices
ew York Racket
Saves You Money.
HENRICKS & PETERSON
111 EAST OKLAHOMA AVENUE
New Men in Guthrie. New Hardware Store.
New Stock. New Ideas. New Prices.
MASCOT REFRIGERATORS TQ T(fl C i 9
4u xv x tu
T UH O U JLU 10 mi a l Siaes. Non-Sraelling Save Ice
17rTJ OTTTUmT17T. MONARCH GASOLtNE STOVES 4 hole oven attach
r UJL O U JLUlUiHL ment self genoratinu. ahsolutely safe Var
ifius prices but our $20 stove is a beauty. Lute improved 2-hole for
We sell a Jieavy weli made screen dpor for $1.00
NeverOut-of-Order Lawn Mowers All Sizes
' i ii -- - I I - 'mn i m ' mssayiaa ". ' ' sail in ....- -
Why enumerate every thlnjf in stock?
the line. But the prices t hat's who
We have everything in
ere ve have a 'JTNCH
Hen ricks & Peterson
111 East Okla. Avenue.
$3 25 t
'.Himn Hl'rhiLtf'llV'tfn. M ..-.f
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 138, Ed. 1, Monday, May 13, 1901, newspaper, May 13, 1901; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc75117/m1/4/: accessed May 19, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.