The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 59, Ed. 1, Friday, January 31, 1902 Page: 4 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA FRIDAY. JANUARY 31 190
makes It Imperative that 'hey be ad
vtsd that the people o the two ter
rltorips hare waived political Inter-
Htg in their desire for one grand state
which will be the pride of rvery rltl
ren and result
neneflt t.1 them.
In a greater ultimate
4.B.HSUCK. H. E. DtRWIR. R.A.rUTT
PrlMrt. Tl-Prit Iwrrttry.
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BAJf or OKunoxx dikooiuot.
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 31 1902
CANVASS THE TOWN.
Only n t v. tus more remain for
Uuthrie to m.iki xood on the Fo:t
Smith M(l '-t'ii railroad proposl
Sollcltoi Mi am of tin ( hortaw.
Was exceptionally lenient with Guth-
rie lie i U ndod the tlnv for closing
I If the position taken before the
house committee on territories by
Dc legate Flynn Judge Burford Col-
onel Havens and 8ld Clarke that
'there Is an overwhelming sentiment
'in thin te.-rltory foi separate state-
Ihood be true th'n there has been
i.urh a revolution of public sentiment
MS upon a public question within too last
jsix weeks as was never before seen or
witnessed upon any public subject in
the history of thl or any otiiei coun
try. It an not be true it is nor
true. Ninetv per rvat of our people
tegnidless of poll i(H a -e as solidly
for single statehood today as they
have eer been and any contention
for the contrary Is the quintessence
of folly the oojte of personal and po-
In every public meeting held in this
t rritory since Uie agitation of the
'question an overwhelming sentiment
I has dominated the conventions far
Sftl H WE I
!. llOOll IS
ir to have
inn ui'-re can te no joy in
tho Choctaw proposition twite The single statehood nnd these gentlemen
Fort Smith1 ami Western people vlll kno they Br0 not representing the
They have a pubUo 8'nlment of our People '"
not ho no' generous
flattering offer from Oklahoma City
and It Is hardly likely thoy will dally
with Guthrlo if no confident is shown
Tho work of aiding railroad sub-
scriptions is an uphill business and
the commute f now 'on duty should ino
V given all the aid and encourage-
ment and pointfiB poslbb
Before the Fort Smith proposition
iB allo.d to die a house to house can-
vass of the city should be made.
There are 1000 people In Guthrie.
If half this number would contribute
$5 each tho bonus wouldbjcomplote.
Tho Fort Smlfy proposition Is yot
J.10000 shy. romo In. lk
whon they assert the
Slgu tho notes.
Don't bo-a pull' hack.
The hour grows ato. Come In.
When Dr. WInklor takes tho wit
ne s box. ho will ploaso stato the ox-
act amount of sanitarium stock gob-
Wed by Dolqgato Flynn and the prlco
ho paid for It
The repl of Delegate Flynn to a
question of Sm retaiy Hitchcock about
the stork he got in the sanitarium
deal was intirel apropos but when
he nnswor tbi people of the territory
it Ih quite likely he will have to be a
lutte mori' evplb it.
L.ihl Sunday's Wichita Eagle con
tained an article prompted by Flynn.
doubt which said that blarney
stone Flynn had done ail ho could to
prevent tho land office of Bnld and
Perry from being discontinued.
Just a few hours before the Issue of
said Eagle went to press Dennis
standing In the center of a group of
men In Washington said
"I actually did not know nnythlng
about tho contemplated chnngo in the
Oklahoma land ofe until tne
changos had bosr mado I had jnot
beon consulted by tho dapartmontEnd
positively I had nothing to fio tith
Gawd what a He
Whllo Dennis Flynn was still stand-
ing In tho center of the crowd of his
personal unsophisticated constituents
from Oklahoma a Wesxorn Union
tolegraph mossencor handed him a
message from Kingfisher which read:
"Wo hoartlly thank you for secur-
ing our reappointment as register and
recolvor of tho Klngflshor land offlco.
God bloss you.
"J. V. Admired
1 motherhood without health and
health for the mother there can be no
health for the chiM.
It Is of vital inmortance for women to
V now that the health of mother and child
is in general entirely within woman's
t control. The thousands of women who
i lwve used T)t. Tierce's l'avorite Pre.
scription when expecting motherhood
have testifiwl that it made them healthy
I a.id Iwppy in the days of waiting made
the baby's advent practically painless
I and gave them health to give their chil-
dren. Mr. W T KhMer. of Hill nl Mm rtr....
burg-Onler) Knootxirfr Vt write. "Ihnlngthe
pa year I foand rajiclf extxctlne milrmilr.
anil in rapldlv fafltng health. I tiftrd drrtU-
fully from bloating uuil iirlmry difficulty. I
waj growing perceptibly weaker each day and
suffered much sharp wiu at times. I felt that
nomclhllip mtiit be dime. I wnight your advice
and recelveil a prompt reply Took tnreh-e
bottlM of IVctor Weroc's I'avorlte r-recripU6n
ami aIo fbllbwed your Instructions I began
to Improve immediately my health became
excellent and I could -do all tny own work (we
live on a aood sired farm). I walked and rode
all I could and enioyid it I had a short eay
confinement and have a healthy baby boy."
The People's Common Sense Medical
Adviser a book containing ioo3 pagcsl
is given away. Send 21 one-cent stamps
for expense of mailing only for the book
in paier covers or 31 stamp for the
volume bound in cloth. Address Dr.
R. V. Pierce Buffalo N. Y.
sugar trust may succeed In Intercept-
ing the consumers' share of tho beno-
fit of the proposed reduction and that
will rnlse nn Intorostlng question bo-
tween the American people nnd th
combination. But primarily and os-
seutlnlly the Cuban proposition Is a
question of relief for the Islnnders--
of enabling the Cuban prantors and
wrtnall farmor8 to soil tholr chlof prod
ucts at a profit In tho American innr-
ket. The fact that tho sugar trust is
among tho advocates of that propoal
tlon can not do-troy Its Inherent Justice
To Reduce Stock for Invoicing.
Our stock of Wall Paper must be closed out
regardless of cost. Come and see it
Fine Soaps Tablets Box Paper Dolls Pic
ture books Perfumery Face Preparations
and everything you can wish for at
Prescriptions compounded with
fresh drugs a specialty Opposite P. O.
206 w. Oklahoma Ave-
No honest congressman can drag in
the sugar trust in attempting to ans-
wer fairly and rationally theso ques-
tions. Wo know how President Rooso-
Senators Proctor Lodge Galllngcr
and Mason es-Prosldont Cleveland
and other distinguished men havo
answered them. Havo those boon
nrlbotl or humbuggod by the Sugar
Trust? The talk of "giving up in
despair" Is not only cowardly hut)
hypocritical and fraudulent. Con-
gress should stick to tho direct lssuo
and remembor Cuba and her claims.
Blookwell Nows: We notice that
Chief Justice Burford Is In Washing-
ton In tho lntoreat of tho bill provid-
ing for two moro Judgos for Oklaho-
ma and also providing for nn In-
crease in tho salaries of tho Oklahoma
judges from $3000 a yqar to $5000
; a yoar. Wo further notlco that Judge
No one In congress need bo bowlld I Burford is among those that are work-
orod or bofoggml If ho Is not willing. IS ft"" tho
to bo bo. Thoro arq but two questions
to bo put and nnsw.ered: .
1. Aro we bound In honor to open
our murkets to Cuba; that U havo wjd
uxprossiy or oy implication oy Word
or act promised her economic aid 'anif
If wo havo mado a promise of
this nnturo has any valid reason been
discovered f&r repudiating it? In
othor words would a CO or 40 por cent
reduction of tho Dingloy dutiofl on
Cuban sugar and tobacco dosttoy or
1 . . . . . .
Herein lies the tnlos two of which seriously mjuro our own beet sugar
must b ilea. The Hair o anvs that""" tuuiuxo xnuuaxriesf
Flynn did all he could to prevent the
temoval of the Perry Slid Itald offices.
Flynn himself say he aid not know
a tiling about it. Brownlse nnd Ad-
mire thank lnm for Uieir reappoint
meat. If Flynn secured the appoint-
ment of Admiro and Brownlee he must
passago 01 tho Flynn
statehood bill. Wo may havo an aw
ful thick skull but to save our llfo
wo can't see why Chlof Justice Bur-
fdrd should at the panic timo be work-
ing ' for nn nddltllonal number of
iitd'ges' with Increased salaries and
fot statehood that will abolish theso
appdintlvo judicial positions. It looks
TO A LOBSTER.
(Ponca City Courier.)
The Guthrlo Leader makes tho
broad assertion that Delegate Flynn
don't want any sort of statehood. Of
course the Lender don't oxpect any-
body to bollovo that but in Its capaci-
ty of a kicker it feels called upon to
RAPID LAND OFFICE
It Is reported that Guthrlo has In
contemplation a Btroet car lino. Wo
don't know what oarthly usel that
town would havo for such an institu-
tion unloss it Is to get over that
slnglo block of bluff from the Santa
Fe depot Into the heart of the busi-
We offer One Hundred Dollavs Howard .
for any cn?o of catarrh that cannot bo
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
P. J. CHENEY & CO.. Praps
"We. tho undorslKncd have known P. J. od tu handlo It
hto &fey h'onomwe in 'all burincw oat production ever attempted by
transactions and nnaacially able to carry amateurs.
out any ooiiKnuons niuuo i m-i
WHOSE DARLING IS THIS?
Don't all speak at onco; for
you ail lovo hor. Think of
such a dainty bit of moon
light turned into a girl and
multiplied three hundredfold'
.That's what you'll bco la
"Tho PIxIos" at tho Brooks' theater
Friday ovoning Feb. 7. Threo hun
dred of them in beautiful costumes
together with fifty pixies brownies
and goblins in grotesque makeup. It
Is not a succosslon of Blmplo little
choruses but a big comic opera with
an interesting pioL It has boon glv
en in all tho larger Eastern cltlos
running a week each In Philadelphia
Boston St Louis St. Paul Chicago
Nearly two tons of costumes and
properties nio carried by tho man-
agement and eighteen men aro need
It Is by far tho larg
WK8T & TKUAX Wholesale Druggists
WALDINO KINNAJJ & MAItVIN.
Whotcsalo Druggists Toledo O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internal-
ly nctlng directly upon tho blood and
mucous surfaces of tho system. Price
75c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
Hall's Family Pills ar the best.
Don't Be Fooledi
Take the genuine origin!
ROCKV MOUNTAIN TEA
Made only by Madison Medi-
ci no Co . Madison Wis. It
keeps you welt. C-- trade
innrk cut on each package.
I'rlc. 5 c-nts. Ncr jolil
in l-ulk Accept no jubstl
Rehearsals hero aro progressing
very satisfactorily Tho brightest
young peoplo in the city having been
selected for tho caBt.
Humphrey and Hill
Have moved ta tho Spurlock build-
ing over tho "Fair." Wo aro old ex-
perienced underwriters nnd represent
old time tried and 11 ro tested com-
panies. Aro offering somo good loans
on both city and farm property. Have
somo bargains In real estate.
Coming Kveuts Colonel Ro Hoff
man would do well to keep :ns eye on have known that the Knld land offlco j
Edgar Jonw Jone is running for would be abandoned not Klngliher. j
cuirrcM liki an antolono 1 hot 1 ' r 1
Democratic nomination for t'onarossl STICK TO THE SIMPLE ISSUE
may o to tho Guthrie maa. The A not unsuccessful effort is being
Jon oh family alwayn was luekj. .made to befog and discredit the cause
- . (of Cuban reciprocity. Apparently In
Blink ws)l Daily News: ISdgar obedlencv to Instructions from the
Jonas' idea of nominating a delegate commander in ohlst of the forces nr-
for ongreh by tho primary system rayed against "plain duty" and manl-
lias just on) drawback it falls to fest interest every opponent of the
furnish an opportunity for the fellows Cuban proposition Is denouncing the
who go to onvontlons loaded with tugar trust and attributing the wholo
upi-eches and resolutions. If ISdgar agitation to its selfish nuc sordid no
can devls- Mme way whereby those tlvity. Washington correspondents
fellows can h-h off those speeches say that the trut Is "overplnylng its
and lesolvi' that "we view with hand" and disgusting congressmen
alarm." undoubtedly his primary otherwise inclined to justice and rea-Wchtne-
would become much moro ton toward Cuba. Petitions' and let-
popular ters from clergymsn urging "moral
obligation" are said to have been lu-
u:ordlng to Dr. Winkler Governor spired by a sugar trust circular and
K. rguson's sanitarliun investigating this Peckanlfflan hypocrisy Is Oiling
(ommlttoe didn't know enough to dis congress witli weariness and Uupatl-
iingulsh a dead patient from a living encr.
patient or an Inmate of the asylum On the other hand says the Chicago
from one who bad been in the instltu- Post the beet sugar propaganda Is
tlon Tlie doctor says they (the com
mlttee) Ordered SaUie Bugg discharg-
ed who died Dec. SO. 1001 before they
-amo to the asylum to mae the in-
vestigation; also ordered L. D. JIar-
tin a man who never had been In the
.wylum discharged in fact accord
ing to Dr. Wlnkli-r the committee
didu know an insane patk-ut frOm
tho ward attendants
Oklahoman- The urgent nei-d or
tho hour is to havo a strong dclga
tlon at Wnablugtoa to adiso .on
Kri'BBiiien and i-onators tb it 1 h p. o
pie do not want Oklahoin 1 tatihood
made a partisan Issue ooittt Lvmo-
ra t t't.ito-mi n at Washington
V mv.1 ig it if Okluhoma and Indian
ft rl ory 1 made separate states.
ttr w I t" rU e iiti nllv become
Ik iiioc 1 ' if 1 of as li 4tnii jirob
able 1 r 1 ra 1 now i))pui Mnil
ta'1 hood fur that raMiu. Tiite
nardly less offensive and slckoning.
Few are deceived by tho cry of 'ruin"
and the fierce uueotnpromrsing bitter
opposition to Cuba's reasonable re-
quest Is causing no little Indignation.
But it does not by any means follow
f ota mil this that any man In con-
gress Is ustlQed in exclaiming "A
plague 011 both tholr houses!" and In
"giving up In despair." Those who
are now in this mood should be re-
minded that the light Is not between
Oxnard and his allies on the one hand
ami tho sugar trust on tho other. Cuba
i the applicant or suppliant and she
1 not to be held responsible for the
uunouskt "benevolence" of the sugar
1 1 ust If the trust has really bees as
.ntlv.i m la alleged which we permit
tun selves to doubt
What has the me-it of Cuba's pro
iiu.al to do with th demerit of the
Minur trust a participation In. thj opn
itwvfersyt Nothing whatever. Jf The
115 WEST HARRISON AVENUE
. H. King Proprietor
AIUio' the weather was unfavorable for business a great many
fine pictures were sold during the three great sale days and such U
great bargains were never given before in Guthrie. Now comes
the three great sale days of
Friday Saturday and Monday
January 31 February 1 and 3
Don't miss this opportunity to obtain a lamp from 8c to $425. Remember H
1 u.M 1 j ". I 1 T. Mil 1 1 ..1 1 .fcS
the 5.25 lamps are the s.iU land it will be your iauit 11 you cio not take ad-
vantage of this opportunity. ' See the great show window display.
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New York Rack
115 WEST HARRISON AVENUE
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 59, Ed. 1, Friday, January 31, 1902, newspaper, January 31, 1902; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc75833/m1/4/: accessed November 24, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.