The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 55, Ed. 1, Monday, January 27, 1902 Page: 4 of 8
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THE LEADER QUTHRIE OKLAHOMA MONDAY JANUARY ?7 1902.
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MONDAY. JANUARY 27. 1002
THE "KAT. '
The tlm. and tide
Guthrie is on Kood and strontr. It re -
mains for tli people of Guthiie to say
whether the flood shall Pad on to
The Choctaw railroad was no soon-
er secured to ; .e Cap a? City than
tho Fort Smith and Western road
asked that the people of Guthrie con-
sider Its proposition for building Into
tho city. The proposition was con-
sidered and accepted.
A third of the Fort Smith monoy
lias been taised The peoplo shall
now any by iheir subscriptions
whether 11k y want the outlet to the '
Today com s more good new?.
The Mlssouil Kansas & Texas
railway hearing of the seat with which
other roads aie ldoavqrlng to break
Into Guthrte and appreciating the con-
fidenre of Guthrie people in their
town have accepted the Guthrie club'a
proposition to build into Guthrie.
If this Intelligence does not cause
tho btood of the average Guthrie man
to tingle nothing can.
Guthrlo'a upward bounc is already
creating wido-sproad talk. Travoilng
men aro lively town baromotoi;p( and
tho thlng8.tlipy aroBayrng ought to
causo Guthrie peoplo to feci good
'clean to tho bono."
Guthrlo now as a new reputation
to sustain. .
In their Choctaw victory the peo-
ple proved conclusively that they are
alive to tho urgent needB of the
town They mu t not falter now on
the Port Smith and Western and tne
M T.' jr. T .v.i.i- fri.
.. v. u. a. iuinfniuuui. lit? UlUllCJ 1
asked must oe subucribed.
With all these roads Gu.hrie
be a city of 40000 In Ave years.
It's Katy by the door.
Tho tow line is out. Pull.
uuthile will soon be supreme.
Lot your light shine for the
Smith nud Westorn.
Tho M K. & T. Is the
inoney-maker in the- West.
l)ont wait to be solicited. Sign
tho Fort Smith and Western notes at
cjjee. I The eeveral statehood bills before
1 'congress are yet to have a hearlag
Who killed rock Robin? Well not before the senate committee. There
England uur Germany nor yet France are enough friends of the cause of '
and of course not Russia our tiadi single statehood in Oklahoma to pro i
tionul friend U Is now "up to" Aus- vide uu abundance of funds for prop- J
tria a j the ulnar would put it and erly pieheutins; the case to this com-
from all ih.U has ho far ton reveal mittee if each man would subscribe!
ed. that cou.itn will have some dif- the sum of ten cents. It all other j
Acuity in proving that it made no ef meanu fail to meat the exigences of
jfort to bilng the concerted pressure the situation the Oklahoman is in!
of tho European poweis to bear upon favor of calling a mass convention
tho United 8ta.es Just prev:oua to the selecting a body of representative men '
outbreak of the war with Spain aua sending them tp Washington with
- sufficient funds to defray the expen-1
it has again been reported that the . untll Jt ta Mf to leave the matter
brigands who have Miss Stone aud t0 congiess. If this plan Is not feoal-
Mmo. Tsllka in custody are prepared bi let the commercial organizations j
to accept the amount offered them 0f the several cities each select n man
iini' release their captives. But they to go to Washington and the several
jjfllst on receiving the money in ad- representatives selected go In a body
Vance and on having an opportune y hefore senate committee and ovon I
to diipoee of it before setting the OVer to the White house. If neoesaary. !
pri. oners free This condition will i any event somethlrw must be
probably be compiled with and then
if will bo Bee how far the honor which
proverb ally prevails among thieves
js extended tn honest people with
whom hey hae deali gs.
TlK' Purcell tK"tr bays u is a
h'Ue iimusliiK to r.ad the comments
oppositlu 1 pi'i. regltrding the
.-.n-k Stat 1' ua otlation. The
j innu -.ui it the UMitter I
Ai :i few ! 01 1.. a editors w nt
. 1 firm '' I id'.i 1 territory aud
r r. i the OkiU.oi coat intent
vvti mjuI and breech-s The one or
two ii'i'i? of the Indian territory
Otitslu the association sny that we of1
! Indian isrrllnr awn ttTinntlawl lit?
our neighbors who have ome unex
plained ulterior purpose tn thalr se-
OucUve wooing. The truth Is the or-
j sanitation is Jtist what Its name in-'
dlcatts an organization of newspaper
mm devoted to a certain cause wlUi-1
out regard to po'ltical lines or place
of residence. i
WHY THIS LETHARGY?
i When the MuBkogee single state-
l howl convention adjourned and the I
delegates returned to their homes a
shoii went up alt over Oklahoma and'
the Indian territory over the fart that '
the work of uniting the two splendid
territories into one grand common-
'wealth had beer given so auspicious
a berinnlng. says the Oklahoman.
This convention was the most rep
.resentativc oneever held In either ter-
ritory; was better attended and its
work fraught with grriUer import
lunoe. Tne people rejoiced that after
gj ong yoarfl of wftitnlr a
'ment participated in equally by elti-
rns of both
terrttorles had been i
Anally started which was designed to
eventuate In the union of Oklahoma
and the Indian territory in statehood
Tr- uskogee convention selected
a delegation of three In oach terri-
tory to go to Washington this winter
and work for the union; appointed an
excellent committee which Inter adop
led plans for raising funes to defray
the expenses of tho delegations. That
was three months ngo.
What has been done?
The spectacle of the cause of Bin-
gle statehood being buffeted around
from pillar to post at Wellington
with scarcely any one. to hofrlend or I
defend it. suggests an answer morejNfcPPHy this Interpretation wIU not bo
eloquent than words cau tell. tiel& by Mr. Roos volt who will boo
Tom Doyle Is the only Oklahoman n nB new 81 only n brothr.ly recog-
on the scene advocating single state-1 nlon of h roweeu amoi ih ducks
nood and Judge Bradford the only'0"1 grizzlies. Wo shall noithdr ask
one from the Indian territory. nor expect that any of r-ilnco Hunry's
rrayed against It are alt the
henchmen aud political grafters
whom Flynn c n rako and scrape to-lono ot business and wo shall bo on
gelher after the application of a finetJr"Jr at'ul f e gives us a sub-
tooth comb in Oklahoma. jsUntlal meat oder with friendly as-
It Is sheer nonsense to assert that8uranC8 ot a sool word when ho goes
tho Murkogeo convention was not1'0"10- 0ur rolntfons with tho prlnco
representative or failed to volco thor wholly commercial and must bo
sentiment of tho peoplo of both terri-
tories. The Muskogeo convention
represented ovory quarter of tho In-
dian territory with tho oxcoptlon of
Iho quarter section on which South
MoAlostor Is located and all Oklaho-
ma with the possiblo oocccptlon of
two or three countloa through which
the Rook Islund paBsos. Tho domnnd
for single statehood is thoroforo as
unanimous as any question over1 pre-
sented to the people.
Hut with all this overtoworlng
unanimity of sentiment It begins to
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look like the will of the people will
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Because the friends of sluclo state-
hood are doing nractioall y nothing. I
I They are standing idly by and seeing
their days of grace alp away some
because they fancy congress will not
listen to so astounding a proposition
as double statehood In the light ofj
(the sentiment expressed upon num-
I nerless occasions and some (Repub-'
Hcan office seekers) because they i
dare not voice their bonus; sentiment
test they incur the dlcpleaaure of the
Great Joss of the Pantry ) tynn and !
.thereby sacrifice) their chances to
Cither crumbs from his wbls. !
The situation Is a serious one. It
demands Immediate attention.
done and it is time to be about It
Prince Henry is coming this way
ladt t with snuffboxen silver cupej
i rarette cafes brooches cuff buttons I
a.id scarf pin with wnich to repay
ooino of his numerous ootigatlons in
America. For oui president he has
nc hing less than a beautiful rapid ;
fire fowling piece with dlanjonds and
other precious stones lntatJ the gift
i)' Kalse- Wllhelm fr( m one ttrenu
eit jentleinan to ifo' her la our
uly colony days when the magnate:
icetlved a rattlesnake ekln stuff d
with arrows or other Implements of
Why can't we come
over to your house and
play any more?
Because papa gets so
mad when we make a
little bit of noise.
What makes hi in that
Mamma says it's dys-
pewia mates lilin act
That's about the way
it sit ikes the small boy.
Tile dyspeptic lias no
idea of his own unrea-
sonableness or harsh-
ness. Little things are
magnified and seem to
tify his quick auger.
' re's health for the
dyspeptic and happiness
for the family by the
use of Doctor Pierce's
Golden Medical Discov
ery. It cures diseases of the stom-
ach and other organs of digestion
and nutrition nun restores perfect
health and strength by enabling
the perfect digestion and assimila-
tion of food.
"I liare taken op bottle of. Dr. Tierce's
Golden Medical DV-overy for indigestion
and liver complaint. " writes Mr C. SI.
Wilson of TadVin Cillege Davidson Co.
N C "Have . no liad spells since I
commenced to. .p your medicine in
fact have not fell like the same .ui Be-
fore I toot the 'Golden Medical Discov-
ery ' I could not eat any thing without nw-
fiil distress but now I can eat anything I
wish without having unpleasant feelings."
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets
cleanse and regulate the bowels.
destruction the Rift was conslde od
significant of enmity and war jut
interesting momentoee shall bo loft
n Chicago. His visit hero is purely
a buslnoss basls.-
Wc offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
for nny cose of catarrh thut cannot bo
cured by Hnll's Cntnrrh Cure.
P. J. CHENEY & CO. Props
We tho undoralKned havo known V. J.
Cheny for tho last IB years and believe
him perfectly honorable In nil business
transactions and financially alilo to vurry
out any obllCHtlona tnndn hi thitr (lrn
WK8T & TRUAX Wholesale Druggists.
WALDiNG K1NNAN & MARVIN
Wholesale UrugglgtH Toledo O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internal
ly acting directly upon tho blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Price
75a per bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
Hall Ksmlly Ptllr tra th best.
FyM FOR 20
' iSsK' '''. '
See oer Show Window for the Grand Display. Now is your
opportunity to obtain a beautiful picture at wholesale prices.
To R.edice Stock
Our stock of
regardless of cost. Come and see it
Fine 5oaps Tablets Box Paper Dolls Pic
ture books Perfumery Face Preparations
and everything; you can wish for at
g FrKa!SJdedoS2Lt.P.a 206 w. Oklahoma Ave- o
5 cents per lino first insertion 2
cents por lino oach subsequent Inser-
tion. FOR SALE.
GOOD SECONDHAND Bloyclo for
sale cheap. Addross "F." Leador.
FOR SALE A Bocond hnnd number-
ing machine. Price S30. Addross
WANTED Addresoes of gentloman
Interested tn Christian Selene In Lo-
gan county. Important Address C.
R. Peabody enre Leader office
WANTED A partner to go Into the
tailoring buslnosa In a good town.
Murt bo a. tailor with small cnpltal
and single man preferred. Addross
"Stallo" caro Wichita Eagle.
HUSTLING Young man to Boliclt for
'Oklahoma Leader. Good monoy to
right party. Oall at Loader office.
WANTED Salesman to sell lubricat-
ing oils and greases on salary or
commission. Excellent side lino. The
A. G. Harbaugh Co. Cleveland O.
A WIDE AW MCE hustler acquainted
with general trade in Oklahoma to
ropresent direct a leading wholesale
115 WEST HARRISON AVENUE
Fof Three Days Only
Friday Saturday and
January 24 25 and 27
115 WEST HARRISON AVENUE
Wall Paper must
state exporionco and refer
Dox Three Detroit Mich.
MEDICAL MAOAZINBWants a rep-
resentative in this locality; salary
and commission. Slip 154 B. 72 Now
ROOMS FOR RENT.
FURNISHED ROOMS SInglo or on-
auito with or without flro; 405 E.
FOR RENT Houso auJ 7 rooms and
storo good for grocory or boarding
houso. Inquire 'Mu South Socond Bt.
FOR RENT 6 uppor floor rooms and
barn No. 121 North FlrBt street
close In. Prico per month $8.00. Ap-
ply to A. G. Koslor.
ANT porson who will distribute cir-
culars for $3 per day should ad-
dress Standard Co. 4 Wells Chicago.
Steady position. No canvassing.
STOLEN A small fire proof safo
from-tho grocery storo of J. L.
O'Neal No. 115 Second Btreot. A re-
ward of $10.00 is offered ror tho safo
and contents. Roturn to J. L. O'Neal
IIS Second street.
FOR SALE Now G room houso woll
stable cavo and choice lot 413 E.
Vilas a fow days at a bargain. I
have made city property an oxcluslve
line and have plenty of good bar-
H M. CLLbo K k. trnS $
be closed out
gains on which good profits can bft
mado. See mo for snaps. M. L. West.
FOR RENT Good five room houso
on Nobld avenue West Guthrlo;
$11 a month. Address "L" Leader
A BARGAIN Choice farm well im-
proved near city. Inquire of A. C.
Moskednl 403 E. Harrison.
Don't Be Fooledi
Take the genuine original
HOCKV MOUNTAIN TEA
Made only by Madison Medi-
cine Cn. Madison Wis. It
l.eej.s you well. O-i- trnae
mark cut on enc'i package.
Price. 35 cents. Nsvcr alit
in bulk '.ccept no subitl
iNioiier'Mi" (litis. A(r. your druggist
Live Stock Convention.
One fare rate made by all rail-
roads for round trip to Wiohlta Kan-
sas and roturn on tho dates of the-
Eighth Annual convention of the Ok-
lahoma Llvo Stock association Feb.
11 12 and 13 next la effective on tho
10th and 11th going limited to return
on the 10th. A splendid programme
has boon propared and Wichita will
entortaln royally all who may como.
Among tho features of Bpeclal Inter-
est aro special sales ot registered cat-
tle and horsos tho regular convention
programme roping and riding con-
tosts for purees open packing houses
and stock yards to all visitors and tho
annual Cattlemen's ball. A cordial
Invitation to attend Is extended to
everyone. Remember the dates!
n 111111 lis.
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