The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 134, Ed. 1, Saturday, October 26, 1901 Page: 4 of 8
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THE LEADER CKwiRfC OKLAHOMA. SATURDAY OCTOBER 26 1901.
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THE LEADER COMPANY
( Doom nm Ann)
LG.NIBUCK H. CDtRWIN.
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aSO&N OP OKLAHOMA PKMOORAOT.
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liESOK O. NIJILAOK EDlTOn.
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tM Month itlhtna In city .80
Msntti. by mill -SO
Tfcria cicalbi i t50
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SATURDAY OOTOOBU 26 1001.
As goes Law ton so goes the Kiowa
It will bo
slnglo statehood or no
Lawton Anadarko nnd Ilonart-
Democratto. How now I-
Flynn's 'speech at Lawton moroly
swelled tho Democratic mnjoiity.
The Kiowa country Is Damocrntlo
Flynn worked hnrd and oarniBtly put !.
ho' was unable to deliver the goods.
Your Uncle Tom Henslfty of El Rono
ismnmorclfully lambastod now and
then but they do say ho is making
tho best mayor El "Reno ever had.
And now tho WlcliHStEagla is nftor
tho administration. -It Buys: "While
politically Governor Jonkins is all
Twr-nnt Ti ia nil ifi1hfr In hiiBtnitia 4tit1tr. I
1 ' ' t
irawct jau ii(ui. i;umiiwhu .!"
mont as Is shown by his Investing
money In Oklahoma realty."
Ghandlw will marknt lfl.0 bales nt
cotton this y-ar; Coylo 3.00&I Shaw-
nee. 12.0C0) Oklahoma City. 9.000. At
nil thes places tho merchants co oper-
ated and formed a pool to koep up
prices Ij Guthrie one man monopo
lizea Uio1 cotton market and hoars
I!itrhook n'ld all
nient.. jurp ' atwl a
order to "I wure" .1
Jortty f.i the Kiowa
tho Ian 1 depart
lottery fraud in
the piimlra! cities 'n the new country
Show overwhelming PemoLHtic ma-
jorities Hitchcock will be forofld to
call fo- a lecount
KIOWA COUNTRY DEMOCRATIC.
Inspiring tidings to Democrat com'
frpm the Kiowa country Tlie Repub
llcan bunco steerers who iilibo.1 up
a lottory schemo In order to provont
Republican losses have beo:t d?nlt u
blow In tho head tlad tho people to
Tho mayor1 n' majority of tho city
council and moat of tho othftr munici-
pal officers In onch of tho Qire towna
aro. Democrats and elected by what
may lie considered. Jn vlow of ttrotim-
An EvGj5Uon Combiimtitfn.
Ullje pleant metluxl and bcucflcW
WH I the well kiu.wu remody
Hvnur or Pjae tuanufucturvd br tlir
llievaluuof obtaliuiiK' tho litimd laxu-
Uvc 1 ii--.ietr le of plants kuown to be
tasto nudftrntaboU)Uihyfit m. It
stlie one perfect strengthening iaxu-
tiro aleaneinfr the syktem eireetuellv
dispelling oolds. hemlacl-. and fevtVti
contly yet proumtlv and euaUirui one
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-v4f j Asset ituiinuL intNtnni rwttt
.minouuy. ii iM.'Hot irvedoru fro
uvorv ob1eetlaiiail muiiitv nn.i ...1.
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stabce nnd Its noting a"ue k idur-e.
livor and bowoje withoiilMveakentnff
pr IrritaUng tlieiu make 4fc tl idee."
In the pro-eH of luunuiuoWrW flm.
wo uwl. as they are pleaenut to the
taste but Vhemeaictnal iuuliUt(of Uit
remedy are obtalped from Beuiw and
other uroinaUo ilantsvliy a method
tnomi to Uie Oaupob(a tfifc Sw
Co. only lii ordei u BWiUi bemial
eireota md to avoid imltnttnr. il
teroeinbarthe full name of tHaCompanv 1
printod pa tho front of every package j
CAL FflRNfA FIH cvdiid nn
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SAK VKAN0I8CO. OAI
aZfY112. wbwyojw v j
Btnncos nttondfng the olectton good
round majorities. Tho fight In all tUe
townB was spirited. Flynn Grime
and tho Republican loalors nuxod In
the contest ycflho result Is over-
whelmingly Democratic The ilopubll-
i cans were ntueu uy every innuence
argument nnd throat which tho terrl-
torlal administration niachte could
bring (o boar nnd ftapulil'cftn cam
pnlgn workers of all shndo ot lcputa
tlon and methods of oportulon wero
Imported to assist In tho iffort to
bring tho new county Beat Info tho
Itepubllcan lino Uio Republic in dolc-
gatojo congress Donnls Flynn oven
(hopping all other mattors and going
to Lawton whoro It was bollivcd ho
could ubo "peculiar" lnfluonco that
would draw doubtors Into tho Ropub
llcan herd. The result moons much
for Oklahoma Democracy.
The election was not a "Jumped-up"
affair. All those who voted sworo to
Ix months' rostdenco In tho territory
and having breathed territorial air that
long overy voter was Intimately ac-
quainted with territorial conditions
and politics. Tho Republican knock
out shows conclusively that the voters
of tho now country aro disgusted with
Republican machine politics and do
slro a now deal.
The Capital's "Guthrie-Shop Nows
Notes" column Is gottlng very porky.
Vivid Imagination does not declove.
Porry Republican: Judga Ernio
Jones has accepted a position In tho
school laud office. This Is bat' or than
what h.e had reason to oxpoct. As
ii on tho Shawnee iJeinocrat ho had
nothing In sight but a pewspapor
man's horitago which Is the worst of
It H13 present position Is mno pay as
Undo Sam and the'ltopubllertn party
Is back ot It. . '
(Kiom tho Philadelphia Record;
Tho tariff does Its duty. .
Tho man who thinks himself bright
. ....-. !..
" inclined to Keep It dark.
A man can weigh Ills; worda nnd find
out they havo no
I b"u thjjfwc
Tlmo will tell mil thbiwoinan wl'h a
secrot doesn't glvo It a chanej.
Love- may bo blindl but it knows
when the parlor lamp Js. too tiSh.
x'oopio who jump nr conciuoionc aro
apt to go limping back Jo the starting
There Is no accounting for tasto ox-
copt on tho ground that som people '
haven t any. I
Tho man wfio depentjp on w.ijee will
become Wealthy 'before the nun who '
depends on wagers.
"The man who will work ot noth-
I iR." says tho Mnniiyunk Phljflsopher
"Is a long time completing tho Job."
Nell "I wondor why Mlss.SarQ'cn-
or InslstB on ainglrtg. Sho can't sing."
llelle "Uaybo alio wants rveryhody
to know It'
(From the Chlcngo News.)
A bad opigram ligo n woman's pen-
cil has no point.
Women would probably talk loss If
men refused to listen.
The blossom of vanity is beautiful
but the fruit Is bitter. .
"Wlfoa the wise mart sta-t qn a
Journey he talgss full pura nnd no
are very "eosltlve.
and thdy aeJJom call
?bme men are borj; poor some
achieve poverty and some marry ex-
j A fooj may ask mpr JJUJBlUjQna in
!evfen rnniM umn a m 08n
answer In seven years.
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' Ak thA nvemaamnn in nnlnt nut .1
V8K ttl aver8S mnrf lHt "1 a
roat genius and ho Will proceed to
)take off JiU lmt.tq lirmtalf.
REFLECTIONS OF A BACHELOR.
( Front thoNow York Press.)
adi are for falienL to adnlro;
daughters to love TvR-
Some men know so llttlo aoout 'jut
man nature that thoy wllVtry to orgi)o
wlUi womei an& facts. "'
All a man Hits fo d
O WRKQ hW
wjfe hollevo lip is n go'
ua is to pre-
tead lis la so absent-minded that if
she dlrin't look out fortm he would
The man who U enged In or cooped up
day after day without sufficient exercise
is sure to suffer for it. Quite often the
liver 19 tile first organ winch becomes
disordered nnd constipation biliousness
sick headache nnd general physical tor-
por make lif miserable. There's only
one a to deal with h er " trouble " and
that is 'to go to the root of the disease
and cure it once for all. Such cures of
the disordered or diseased liver almost
always follow the use of Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery. It always
helps. It almost always cures. It reg-
ulates the liver strengthens the stomach
and purifies the blood.
" I)r rirc Oolden Medical Discovery it th
best mrdldiic made " wrltei Michael Matter cf
Llllle full1 N V (68 Center St ) "I had yellow
Jaundice end lUer trouble in November 1900
Wan Mmewt dead lost Mxteen pounds fn three
week ond my whole body wa as jeltow as
cold and I wtutaicVot tnv stomachal! the time
I tried three doctors and they gave me tablets
nnd nils and another one some other stufT hut I
went to Mcars O'Kourke nnd Hurley's drug
store and got your 'Golden Medical Discotery '
One bottle cured me and I thank it and God
that I am a well man "
Accept no substitute for the " Discov-
There is nothing "just as good."
le rcoDie's common bense weaicai
Adviser a book containing 1008 pages
is given away. Send 31 one-cent stamps
for expense of mailing only for the book
in paper coi ere or 31 stamps for the vol-
ume bound in cloth. Address Dr. H. V.
Pierce Buffalo N. Y.
Hanna'a feolln' mighty bad
Kind a Ipnosomo liko an' sad.
An' hi face turns to rqpoiters
From Ilia lips one little word
In tho sllonco now is hard
An' that word of wide significance is
Of tho future ha's not sure
An' he's fcclln' Insecure; "
Like a man alone upon a mighty
Poorin' In tho clouds about
Full of plmutom-liauntln' kdoubf.;
All hW fiituro- ljnngin on. hnt little
j Jm n from lho pros0nt BgIrtt
j Comln n 0Q cortaln lm0!)i
iDotwpen tho past an' present there's
a xjff .
you Uo'ti that ho onn fiQ0
Just as plain as you nn' mo
iTeddyll proo a mighty big substan-
WANT TO TELL
Many Enthusiastic Guthrie Citizens
Want to Make It Public.
Thore l spmothlng In iU
When people want to talk about It
Publiaity of ti good tiling -Js 'good
trn tltA nnnnlo
Gratitude promotes publlojty.
Diuhuslastlo oltlzens are talking
Tolling neighbors;; tolling frftnd!
"Romoving tho stumbling block of
Ami 9 tho work go6 on.
Homo'-ondors'qmant Is giving qpnfl
Thousands are learning to appreci-
ate) It. ?
Here Is" sn East Springier Avenue
cltlien. tha does. '
Mrs i Aine. of R14 U Springer
u venue says: "For at least 2 years
way subject to weak spells and Jliere
wan a dull nchlng' almost continually
In the small Qf-uy ixu-k. It struck
me o'ie niglH: wlille leadtnc an i&-
vrtiseiHBt abflmtla Kidney phis
thst tlie might help me so I wen trio J
J. N. tVallsces drug etore for a bOjc.
The jnhMtrable feeling hlcn I can m-
ly.qslt; weakness disappeared and the
For sale by all tjealers. Price BOc.
Foster-Mllburn Co. Buffalo N. Y. solo
agents for the U. 3.
Remember the name Doan's- and
takje jjo substitute.
ir- - .
The great contort a woman gets In
calling Jn a doctor; Is that Jhe knows
It kappa all her ejjjhboi-s it the win-
dow watohlng; hf(- earrlago 'o see how
long he stays. . '
' i$100 Reward ?t00.
The readers of this paper wilt be pleased
to learn mat mere is at least iue ttraa
ed ulsenso that science has lcn able tc
euro in all Us sWKia. anil that Is Catarrh
Hall's Catarrh Cure la the oni ypailtive
cure kmwn -to the roed'cal f.-atarnlty.
Catarrh betas a constitutional diabase re-
quires a constitutional rteatnlent Hall's
Catarrh Cure is taken icternelly actlns
dlrMtly upon tuo blood and muoous sur-
fncM of the ytetn. thereto doetroylnz
tlie fouadattpp of tlie disease and elyitic
patient strength -)y bunding up. tti
tltuUon and asalstliur nutura irudettiK
tts work. The rtron'
The prop"lotors havo so mach
faith in Its curauv powers inat iney
otter one himdred doners for any case
that it falls to cure cnd for list of
F. J CHBNKY & CO. TolJo O.
Rnl! liv druBirtstiL Ka
Jlsll's rawlly Pills are tte best.
AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES
g You will call at sBenfro's Drug Store for we
g are headquarters this year for this line of
g goods. Call and see what we have.
g The Drugg-ist
f- Prescriptions compounded with QAfi
g fresh drugs a specialty Opposite P. O. UD We
Monday Noy. 4
As dramatizd bj' Clias. W.
Postively the original' pro-
duction. Excellent cast of cliara'Sters.
Beautiful Stage Settings.
Special scenery for each act.
Correct wardrobe and p"rop.
ertles - -
I Pronounced everywhere ."tlie
event ot uie season."
Reserved seat-? at Wallace's
drug store Saturday Morning
Prices 25c 50c and 75c
Season ticket S2:school child
rqn 2j singleatlmlssion50c; 75cj
TickdtsOn Saje atv'Wallatfes
' Drug Skra
Teams to plow. Inquire of
H H. HAOAN.
C O MAUA.NS.Vrop.
Fresh and Salt Meats.
Game in Season -v
Prompt delivery to any pan or inc wj.
V-OIUf WJI ICWH1H A ens
IB WEST IAW1S0N AYE
RATES One line one time 5b;
three lines 3 times 25c.
MALE HELP WANTED.
WANTED A good mau with small
family to take chargo of farm for
winter. Inquire of J. N. Wallace
Comer Drug Btoro Guthrie Okla.
WANTED A bright Intelligent boy
14 to 10 years of age. Guthrie .Tele-
FEMALE HELP WANTED.
WANTED A good cook and domestic
lielper. Apply 318 East Cleveland
m.'s!M" i'u i- 'i i-i"- -ji -r-
WH PAY $20 a week and expenses til
men with Tigs .to Introduce Poultry
Compound. International Mfg. Co.
WANTED Sldo Hue men wanted to
call on harness nnd hardware trade
with lino of cholco brushes and cur-
' ryv combs; Incloso stamp for particu-
lars llawkeye Brush Works. Iowa
TftAVELINu SALESMAN wanted for
high grade staple line to dry goals
and general trade. Must be a hust-
ler and come well recommended.
merlcan btnndnrd Jowelry Co. De-
"WANTED Salesman to sell lubrlcat-
Ing oils and groasas on salary or
commission. Excollent side line. The
A G'. Harbaugh C6. Cleveland O.
MALE and fomaje to take ordors for
t cards caaos aluminum novelties.
Oreat holiday sellers. Economy Co.
5S5 Lako street Chicago.
iLAblES to do sowing at iioino 95
' 'week; steady work; all material
sont freo prepaid nnywhoro; send
stamped addressed envelope for full
jiattlculars. Universal Co. Dept. A.
wrtlnnt streot Philadelphia Pa.
Has the proud distinction above all other stores of sell
ing at a REGULAR FIXED Price every day. every
hour alike to all lowest possible price ALL TnE
TIME. All other ways are SCflEJMES to C TCH your
trade The Racket's way is to HOLD your trade and
Whj-sliould you pay more
than at any OTHltf?
Sao the new caps for man boys and children. Jnom 14c
up. . - .
See the fancy sweaters for men and boys at Record
See the large new line of children's Knee Pant Suit
Beautiful suits at lower prices tuan ever sold before
See the Ladies' Oapes at prices which ma-le the rob-
ber merchants howl with rape.
The new Bavarian China Ware is goinp goine and
soon wij be gone.
Snnia Glaus is already distributing his wares at the
NeF York Racket
u5 West Harrison Avenue
'Where Prices average
111.1. ..-. A
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE A
FOR SALE Cholco lot fo 3ne Bel.
gian Hares; prices to suit tho buy-
ers. 710 East Harrison avenue Guth
FOR SALE A two soated under-cut
surrey in good condition. Inqulro
at Deaf and -Dumb instltuto West
" " ' M " ' a i i i ..
FOR SALE A good four year old cow
for salo cheap. Inqulro of J. W
Ferrlcr at Eagle drug store.
ROOMS FOR RENT.
1UR RENT Kurnlsli6d
North Division street.
WANTED Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping by gentleman
and wife. Inqulro Cyclone store.
Eagle Drug. Store
Is the place to go to buy
Wo havo bought a big lot many as
good as new; why not use them and
Wo also havo all tho books used
In the city &.id country schools new
which we will noil very cheap la
order to closo out; also
Exchange new Books
for old ones
and allow bettor prices than anyone
Wo also BDf OLD BOOKS FOR
CASH and glvo moro for them than
you can get elsewhere.
Try Us and be Convinced
Eagle Drug Store
at ONE minute of
lower than anywhere fefse ia
GjSO. ti. KING Proprietor.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 134, Ed. 1, Saturday, October 26, 1901, newspaper, October 26, 1901; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc75759/m1/4/: accessed December 17, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.