The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 4, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 6, 1901 Page: 4 of 8
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THE LEADER OUTHfilE OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY. JUNE 6 1g01.
ttoatrol in the'"potomce ""anthrle Okla-
homa m aecona clas nail maty.
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THURSDAY JUNB 6. 1S01.
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Quthrtqr has a.xty miles ot graded
The Juth f lHHtofflfc receipt
1900 wore $20236.16.
The Outhrie school
tion la $1 700.000.
Terry people are trying to open tho
Otoe reservation with a Jackpot and a
At any rate there Is no downright
certainty that Ainosewlng will not
come off the perch.
Illll and Den arm In arm wend
their way to Ansdarko ostensibly to
locate the putft&pftit really to esrupe
Now comes Jim (tandy. erstwhile
hull tick secretary solemnly declur-
litK that 3ove.:or Jenkins hits foul In
Lone Wolf declaims that the United
States jobbed the Klown Indiana of
their land. It la In order lor Uncle
Sam to prove an alibi.
It Is maid that Judge Kobberts. of
Kingtifeher Is having his past uphol-
stered preparatory to "demanding"
tho job of attorney general.
If Ed Korns In thrown down there
-will certainly bo somuthlng doing.
Bolter call in the political chiropodists
before amputating tho KoriiB.
"VVhtlo tho Kepuulioan "harracmy"
toenln sounds the Democrats of Okla-
homa are getting together. Democ-
racy will soon be In the saddle.
Oklahoma RepubMcaniBtn means In
since Ity and downright HelflshnesH
IJy the way where It the rank and
lite oi Oklahoma Hepiililicunlimi?
Now that the bonds . e oted woik
ingmen will rush to the elty: $1061100
'Will be expended nmoiiK hliHineSS meu
nd lilM)rer within the next '-k
The charge that Delegate Flynn Ik
Uelny'ng the Kiowa openlug Is sheet
absurdity. Dennis couldn't butt-In on
the Interior department were he so
"Humes Is dead" ilea the Chandb .
News. That may be. yet the undo
tftkers at the head of the Jenkins'
procession seem to be all fired afruiu
of the corpse.
The Kunsus Poinillutti are in lu k
again. Health Snpt Co will Irk iotl
fles the Lender th.it he neve- w.is a
I'opulUt and oevei expects to become
one Cowdrlck con m (iuiii Ohio
Col. J C Tousley of the Weathci
ford Deniocrnt and .1 Itoy William
late of the Larainii Hoomeraug. hae
formed a copartnership and will unit
H Democratic paper at Ft 8111 The
Me good newspapi r men and oiiKht
to sin c eed.
Kinest Blake of Kl Reno want .i
Job In the Kiowa country--something
with it salar) utUx-hment. Sluee Mi
Blake hud his harmony parboiled the
tdministratton. In the wyrds. oj a de-
feated British geatlejken 'TpgrotH '
that It t an do nothhigTOTtttnlf
"Some Tllden" Hays Henry 'Watter-
nou. imwt come to the front In some
one of the determi lute states iom-
rmiiulliiK the Independent vote." Mr
Vatterson's words were scarcely tit
tered than hands m bold up so
quickly that the air looked like n
porus plaster. Heme .he mln.
AH is not moonxblne in th protest
of the Kiowa ladl.u.s a.iinht the open
lng of the new country The briefs
presented by Judge Springer shoes
bfoihl a doubt that the Indians have
hen in iK-d most unfairly by the gov-
tfrnmuit Treaties with the Indians
have been violated most iriunmly TH
lnf'ans abmild b tliown oihtldbrtUOtj.
even at the exprnM of annoying l
tbouaanda of boomera wlio now UN
th bordr ot the Kiowa count
walling to capture land.
"I will not sit down to dinner with
lilm." aid the Iter. Dr. tllllla. referr
ing to Professor Ilerron. "uiiidm he re
nounces thla woman and wnahes bia
mouth with sulphuric acid to cleanse
It of hla foul pledge." Hut tne pRV
feasor scorned the toothwash recom-
mended by the servant of the Master
and so far from renouncing anything
or anybody last week married "this
woman." and now the little wnrkadRy
world Is wondering how It will all
come out In the end.
Bvents for a long while have been
pointing to a revision of the tariff
events that have their origin both at
home and abroad. There is a ggd
deal of discontent in this country and
In the Republican party at tariff
whbh nfford protection to tmsts that'
sell their products abroad cheapr wKh the glck Md afflicted and under
than they sell them at home. Fur-1 no ronnton whatever will any charge
thermore. there is a hostility now j )e ma(1e for any Mrvces rendered for
growing rapidly In Kuror" against us.thre m0nths. to all who call before
Wp cannot expect to ge. Into tbe
woild on the principle of all take and
no give. We have to give market for
market. Trade is n double process
and It Is one by which both parties
to It are benefited.
Qeneral Corbin's Idea of the Cuban
situation is of tbe "no more nonsense"
sort promulgated so snapplly by Qen
eral Grosvenor. He finds that the
American people "are getting very
tired of the shilly-shally manner In
which the Cubans have met our ad-
vances." Why shouldn't Orosvenor
Corbin and tbe small fry assume an suiting surgeon of the Institute will
lncrusted air of high-mightiness to-jbe in personal charge.
ward the Cubans? They can see no I " '"
signs that the American people care! CHEAP RATES TO COLORADO
about their pledge. "Everything ! '
goes." The mlmlnistrntlon lns all
the elections und the supreme court1
absolves It legally and Lyman Abbott
absolves It morallv in nnvihinir th-t-s1
. "Y " .
up. There s been no such combina
tion of puissant force to make opnou-
ents kotow and critics tremble s
this one which Corbin and Orosvenor
feel at their back. Why not throw off
the in risk at onco and annex Cuba?
An English review recently publish-
ed nn nrtlclo written by a contribute
who had vlpltod tho Boer prison camps
at St. Holunn and talked freoly with
tho captive hurghora. In thu opinion
of this candid writer the Boer pris-
oners will never submit permanently
to British rule. They were told that
the British government Intends. wlian.JKcutiTe committee has not as yet
the war endB to govern the two re-1 forinulated the programme it is un-
publicj as crown colonies. The Boer er8tood that uncompleted questions
pilMoners smiled derisively at tho sug- considered In former congresses so
gestion and openly proclaimed their ' far B8 national legislation is concern-
intention to renew the fight for their !ed are to be uppermost. These will
linerfles If they were ever Seat back I b taken up and further discussed
to their homes. There will be no long at the July meeting.
period of peace in South Africa it .
this Is actually the temper of th Boe Man Inge to n woman is the divid-
who have been exiled and are now ing ijn. between the suppression of
hHd la captivity (treat Britain will
have many serious problems to solve
after the burghers now In arms are
subdued and the work of reconstruc-
Delegate Flynn has appointed Gov-
ernor Jenkins' son deputy oil inspee
The way "Fatty" SinLb was thrown
down was actually horrible.
A HOPELESS JOB.
(C)Kjahonin City Times-Journal )
The Outhrie Leader is consuming i
i olumn of editorial a day In an en
ileavoi to prevent O.ivemoi cnklnn
fiom making a political mis'.tUe
A PERRY VIEW OF IT.
(Perry Enterprise-Times )
The best thing yet noticed about
our new governor Is the Guthrie
Lender's effort to warm up to tje
iiiticism stage of Democracy in
speaking of him.
Those Assessment Molls.
Editor Leader: On June 5 1901
at r p. in. the supposed equsjlxaUW
board proceeded to sign and certify
to what they pretended was the as-
sessment rolls of Logan county. The
tbtiiKs they called the assessment rolls
were some 20 books with a mass of
ilguies with no names of property
ow-ueis ttadied; neither was there
any dutu to them nor did they show
what they were for. nor did they show
who was the author. No assessor had
signed or sworn that they were cor-
rect or that he hud made said pre-
tended rolls Such proceedings are
very leprebennible. and the person
who eonipo-ted the equalization board
should be severely criticised and
Should serve a term In a school of In-
struction to enable them to obey the
law. Wm. Taylor.
DOCTORS COMING TO GUTHRIE.
Three Mentha' Servian Will be Given
Free te- all Invalids Who Call
Before July 18.
A staff of eminent physicians and
surgeons from the British Medical In-
I stltute have at the urgent solicitation
'of a large number of pstlents under
! their treatment In this country flecld-
ied to establish a permanent branch
' of the Institute In this city. Quarters
have already been secured at 118
Bast Oklahoma avenue over Burke's
grocery. The office will ho opon and
ready to receive patients next Mon-
day morning at 9 o'clock.
These eminent gentlemen hare de-
cided to give their services entirely
free for three months (medicines ex.
cepted) to all Invalids who cnll upon
them for treatment between now and
July 18. These services consist not
only of consultation examination and
advice hut also of all minor surgical
The object In pursuing this course
to become thoroughly acquainted
The doctors treat all forma of dls-
eMe and deformities and guarantee
L PO i vn om tlier undertake.
At 0ie flrtt interview a thorough ex-
amlnutlon Is made and If Incurable
you are frankly and kindly told so
also advised against spending your
money for useless treatment
Male and female weakness catarrh
and catarrhal deafness also cancer
rupture and all diseases ot therectum
are positively cured by their sew
Dr. II. A. McChesney the chief con-
""10" ol "" "hi
Commercial Congress to be Held
m "PP"5 ree.
Arrangements for the July meet-
tug of the Tran8-Mlsslsrtppi Com-
mercial Congress in July in this city
are now well undr way. The rail-
road associations avc all met and
the low rate I- . the Ci'uple Greek
district 1b v . ttat a larjo Influx
of people ' anticipated. Thv low
mto cover.. snty-throe states Vnd
territories ntu tho railroads In ad-
vertising this raw will oxclto int -r-ost
and thousands oi people who !iuvo
hord ot Cripple Crook will tao ad-
vantage at tho opportunu7.
At the Cripple Croelc moetlng thore
are quite a number of important mat-
ters to be considered. Whilst the
expiestiun and the expression of sup
What a honlble thing It would
huve 'Seen fo. he world if the Lord
had mude Ee ili-t and had let her
go nheavl und iien''1 h r Ideal of a
Is bound lesj Vet it is utterly helpless
to gie strength to tbe thiUl liorn with a
low MUiity 'lbe tune to give strength
to the child is before birth and to impart
I this gift the mother herself iuut
I $IOxK: nr- tierce's Favorite 1'iesr
tiou gives strength to mother.
serves them in robust health
months before lb comes It practical
ly does away with the pains of mother-
hood and enables the mother to endow
tier child with a healthy body and n
lsappy disposition. " Favorite Prescrip-
tion1' contains no alcohol and is abso-
lutely free from op.tim anil cocaine.
" I consider Ir lMercr' t'scorite Pmeriptlou
the brat lucdtant liuult " write II r Mary
Murdock of awTaytuc St . Toixka Kaiimh "1
know it ha uo equal I am the mother ol ten
children and ouly one living the tenth one
She i iac year old aiul N a well and hearty m
can be She 1 a U-auly' Of my oilier balHea
avnie uere boru at . Iglit lime but dead uthera
were premature liirtli. one lived lobe one ear
old but he tt olwoy feeble 1 trie! diSrrent
doctor but nuue of them could tell wliat tny
trouMe waa I wh examined by mr(irou but
they nmiuu nothlag mnif. I did nut kuow
what to do o t tltouslil tlilt lt time I would
try Dr lletce'k I'uvortl 1'reWTiptian I look it
the entire nine mouth and now Have a fine
baby girl and 1 can not praUr your medicine
enowgl" for the good It did mt" 9
Dr. Pierce's TelleU cure heart-uurn.
For the Next 10
Paints Oils and Drugs
?dust reduce the Stock Call and see what We are
g RSSSnjiSiit.p.a 206 W.
(Locals In this column are charged
for at the rate of 5 cents per lino six
words for first lnsartion and 3 cants
for each Insertion thereafter.)
AGENTS on salary or commission.
See V. Bowers over Mofflt's.
FOU SALE Choice lot fo fine Bel-
gian Hares; prices to suit tbe buy-
ers. 710 Kast Harrison avenue Guth-
FOR RENT Thice .. large airy
rooms single or entuiite furnished
or unfurnished. AtMress P. care
LOST A black pocketbook contain-
ing 10.00 or $11.00 in currency a
Harvey eating house pass and 2 rati
road passes. Leave at Capitol hotel
and get reward. IC. L. Tlmmons.
The Noble company played "The
Gold King" last night to the entire
satisfaction of thoso In nttendnnco.
This Is a strong play having very dis-
tinct comedy parts running all the
way through nnd at tho same tlmo
introducing n boautlful story. Tho
"quarry" sceno In tho second act Is
worthy of special mention. Mr.
Noble's organisation Is' tho best and
finest equipped company that has
ever played our city at popular prices
and few socalled Metropolitan attrac-
tions playing to advanced prices me
as pleasing as the Nobles. Tonight
they play "Reuben Glue" or the
"Yankee Genius." Oklahoma City
If every couple really went crasy
when they first fell in love with each
other none of their friends would
over know the difference.
"Wt have the prettiest
newest wall paper designs
of the year.
We are sure of this.
We have the celebrated
We are the distributing
agency for them.
The patterns are the
most artistic -we have ever
You will like them.
You will lind just the
styles you want.
CORNER DRUG STORE
J. N. "Wallace Prop.
Days we will Make a
BENEVOLENT AND PROTEC-
TIVE ORDER OF ELKS.
Annual Meeting Grand Lodge Mil-
waukee Wis. July 23-25 1901.
For the alore occasion we sell
tickets to Milwaukee nnd return at
rate of one lowest first class fare plus
$2.00. Tickets on sale July 10th to
21st limited to return July 27th ex-
cept by depositing with joint agent
not later than July 27th and paying
fee ot 50 cents tickets will be extend-
ed to leave Milwaukee up to and in
cluding August 10th 1901.
A man's best friend is his most fool-
G. Poland & Co
Can now be found at their new store
210 Oklahoma ave. opposite postoffice
Everything New and Clean
fresh stock and reasonable prices.
Polite courteous clerks Give them
I New York Racket
III Svpq "Von Mnnw.
Guaranteed 2-ho'e Gasoline Stove
Yfr Best Quality Screen Wire
$j$ Best Quality Jelly Glasses -
Mason's Patent Glass Jars
$ i Pint Jars 55
1 Quart Jars 65
$ 2 Quart Jars 85
I New York Racket!
Saves You Money.
. era a" - T " e mm
& e T0aH&rrti&4
The Summer Man
Wants one of those nice hammocks
75c to $6.50 for his girl. A nice pipe
25c to $1 00 or a nice cane 35c to
$l.oo for himself. A nice bird kite
2c to 5c for Her brother. All new
just got 'em.
F. B LILLIE & CO
Bip; Reduction in
Oklahoma Ave. 5
Baptist Young People's Union
America Chicago III.' July
For the above occasion we sell
tickets to Chicago nnd return at rate
ot one lowest ilrst clans fare plus
$2.00. Tickets on sale July 22d and
23rd limited to return July 30th ex-
cept by depositing tickets with Joint
agent on or before July 30th and pay-
ing fee of 50 cents return limit will
be extended to leave Chicago up to
and including August Slst. 1901.
A. J. Corklns Agent.
Foley's Kidney Cure
mnkes kidneys and bladder right.
.... $2 75
7c a yard
.-. 2c each
cents per dozen
cents per dozen
cents per dozen j$
-v- ai a -r m m - t .
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