The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 123, Ed. 1, Saturday, April 26, 1902 Page: 4 of 8
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THE- LEADER SUTHRIE OKLAHOMA SATURDAY APRIL 26 1902.
Published Daily except Sunday l) the
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One month. flieri it -.tr W
uncmontn uy man
One Jncb tHnplay.ohe time
SATU1DAV. APRIL 2G 1002.
Rjc-Gorernor Barnes was right"
"Oh. woll thoro are othora." remark-
ed General Nolson Miles roferrlng to
the Funstdn Gall down.
Tho rats tfr deserting tho sinking
Republican congressional ahlp. Tho
Klngfifciior Free Press heads the
You told the truth but J'ou ought
not to have dono ft" (Republican
editorials On ex-Governor Hamas' Ok-
lahoma City bpooh In. a condensed
Ex-GovernoV'iSa'rrifo' malio1 many a
Crevlous gash a( tho Oklahoma City
Republican love feast. It was a great
mistake to christen hfm "Casslus"
his jjod-father ahoultt' have solccted
"Brutus." " ..
Slnco the Enid convention Bird Si
McOuIre. Dickey 'Morgan and your
Uncle Joe McNeal are also seriously
thinking of declining the nomination
ior delegatp t.a congress "from Okla-
homa on tlmJlopubllcan ticket
Tho whole policy of tlito national ad-
jnlnistralion'B "benevolent assimila-
tion" programme in the Philippines Is
condensed In tho order given by Gen-
eral Jacob II. Smith to his soldiers:
"Bum kill and destroy everything!"
The Stato Capital 1b now busily en-
gaged in 'pfing to prove that BUI
Cross was not nominated by tho Enid
convention. After November 4th the
Stato Capital will bo trying to prove
Mr. Cross wnsnot elected by the peo-
plo of OklaHomas ' The Stato Capital
la up ngalnSt two Impossible proposi-
An administration leak was discov-
ered in tho ulty sower main? where
they oroBB" thU Santa Po track this
morning and at an early hour a large
force consisting of two members of
tho city council was heroically throw-
ing Interest toiipons into the breach
nnd trying to prevent tho sowor bond
Issuo from being watered.
HOW TO FIGHT -tHE TRUSTS.
Tho recent antics of somo of the
trusts notably tho beet trust in rais-
ing tho pi ices of moats foods .nnd
wholesome food is lightened by
this famous baking powder
Absolutely pure It adds
healthful qualities to the ioo6Jhp
Making Powder i
The "Royal ItaLcr ...ujajtry
CooV ' - iNMt practtcl 81$
aualk. of cimk book
fre; ti exrry itio.i Snd
Jifll adJrtL. . ).. ' j-d.
rovav .i;.u wjwttj- Co.
other necessities of life are creating
almost universal indignation against
thoso masterpieces of Republican crea-
tion. Even tho gravo and rovorend
snators und agllo representative
who formed the phalanx of protection
around the AYnerlcau cow and freed
her from the copoUUon ot tho dleo-
margarlne mills arc- now kicking llko
tlck-bltlOn steers at the b of their
In many of the newspapers nnd In
many localities folks aro busy devis
ing BchemoB to beat tho trusts. Some
communities have rosoIvd to "'cat no
flosh whllo tho world standoth." un-
less tho trust falls back to reasonable
prices. Others advise tho boycott
policy against all articles controlled
nnd ocltanced in Klcoe by Iho trusts.
But we fear that species of reprisal
will not work all right.
If meat Ib too high wo can of
course do without our steak and sub-
stitute fish fowl or eggs. If butter is
too costly wo can full baoRc-n ma
chine butter without being finnlcky
and asking it to wear a mkU Or we
can rosort to gravy and sqpl Possibly
mo could now that tho woather Is
warmer and tho frost is out of the
ground buck tho leather trust by go-
ing barefooted. But what about the
clothing trust? Ah there's the. nib!
Seriously howevor tfioro fsTbut one
effectual way known unto men by
which tho trusts can bo dealt with
properly and successfully. That way
is ready to tho hand of every anti-
trust citizen In tho nation. Lot him
vote for tho Democratic party whoso
creed is eternal enmit yto trusts mo-
nopolies and grafts of overy order.
Elect a Democratic president and con
gress to break up tho tariff bounties
that create and fatten the trusts and
let a free people have competition and
tho living prices that follow! Tho
ktrldmph of Domocracy will bo tho
downfall ot Uusts!
Wo have always had a large trade
In our vehiclo department and our n-
creasing business has caused us to
enlarge our room in order to better
accommodate our customers. We have
not only mnde an effort but we have
Introduced the latest and most up to
date goods to bo Jcund In Guthrie
fully gunrnntoed quality not equalled
by any thing shown in this city. Call
and satisfy yourself. E. U IllrschI
111 and 113 West Harrison avenue.
Tho nbsonco of Mose Weinberger
from his place of business lately has
boon noted and remarked upon but
tho cause was unknown until today
when It was discovered that Mosos
was perfecting an air ship of his own
Invention and that he proponos to Bail
for England in it in a few days to
compoto for a prize of 1100000 with
Santo Dumont. All details aro. now
porfocted oxcept tho ship won't flyv
but Mosos hopos to ovorcome (his dif-
' r i" r -m-jjJijjj- .':.: : . jt
Dainty 'P&strfeS x
There arc clieaj) baking powders
made from alum but tfoy ju x-
cwtdingl) lumniul to health. Their
a.tritrsfli trnd raulerdsiiiK tjualuies
add J.;n i roui . kancnt t j iuod.
109 wiiliam 6T. hew yoiik.
SUCH A CHANGE.
N?t only in feelings but in looks. Tn
kin u clear the eyes nre bright tho
cheeks are piump. No more paid and
misery no more sick headache no mor
jaundice. Wht worked the change?
. itiLv n viumcu uictiicai iiscovery
which cured the disease of the stomach
that prevented proper nutrition and also
cleansed the clogged and sluggish liver
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
cures diseases of the stomach and other
organs of digestion and nutrition. It
cures diseases of lungs hrjart liver and
other organs which seem remote from
the stomach because many of these dis-
eases hnvc their cause in a diseased con-
dition of the stomach involving th
allied organs of digestion and nutntiod.
Mr. J EilU Hamilton of FarralUKtou Msrioa
Co. WcitVi "I mated my caw as plainly as 1
Could and reeelred a letter from you In a few
X'-lSm mr to u" Dr Fierce- Golden Med
kal Pliyovery aud I'ayorlle Prescription -a
bottle of each. I ued three of each and feel
HSe a new woman Don t suffer any palu vt
mUery any more Before using your medldnea
I (uttered all the time-had jaundice caused
Jrora food not dlreiittofr properly I would have
headache three and four tlmea In a week
Could not do the work myaelf I commenced
utinfr your tnadlcinet a recommended for liver
complaint and think I am cured now 1 atked
our doctor If he cculdu'l cure me. nod he said he
f0"3?. e. me medicine to help me but the
trouble talent return any time. I doctored
'""v?" without "y "f Haren't had
ick headache since I took the firtt bottle of
Dr. Pierce's Pellets cure constipation.
. Revival Meetings.
A proof of tho splendid meetings at
tho Baptist church "b eIvhh last
night In the large attendance despite
the disagreeable evening.' Evangelist
Halo is surely getting hold of tho peo-
ple and loading them into higher and
Thoro will be the usual meetings
tonight at S o'clock. Children's meet-
ingt6 morrow morning 'tit 10 o'clock.
Regular morning service at 11 a. m.
A meollng for men only at 3 p. m.
Evoijlng sevrices at 8 p.'m. You are
cordially invited to attend and as far
as you can freely assist In these meet-
ings. $100 Reward $100.
The renders of this Dancr will be til cased
to learn that there Is at least ono dread-
ed disease that science has been able to
cure In all Its stages and that U Catarrh.
i lairs cntarrn cure is the om yposlttve
euro known to the medical fraternity.
Catarrh being a constitutional disease re-
quires u. constitutional rteatmcfit Hall's
Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally acting
directly upon the blood and mucous sur
faces or tne system tnereoy destroying
the foundation of the disease nnd giving
the patient strength by building up the
constitution and assisting nature In doing
Its work The proprietors have so much
faith In Its curative powers that they
offer one hundred dollars for any case
that It falls to cure. Send fo- list of
F. J. CHENlir & CO. Toledo O.
Sold by druggists 75c
anjuy mis are inc tiesi.
J. W. Ely of Leavenworth Kan. Is
registered at tne Okln hotel.
4ame Jone nr.d J. W. Quick of
Parry are '.u tho city tqday.
Attorney U. M. Jono roturnod to-
day from Dallo. Texaswhero ho at-
tended tho Confederate reunion as a
delogato from the local camp.
Mrs. May f'eoploe is entertaining
hor brother-in-law C. F. Jackols of
New York City. Mr Jackols is In tho
banking business and may locate In
Attorney J. H. Cotteral rolurned to-
day from a trip to KlngflsIIBr on legal
Miss Leonora Jackson Harry J.
Follows and Mr. Iiauor spout several
nours In the ciy today.
PrQt. A. IL HIckam camo up from
Oklahoma City today to spend Sunday
Secretary Grimes today granted tor-
ohartors to the fallowing cor
porations : '
Tho MnrMtnrn rilrlnhmnn TYnllivinrl
innmnanv to build mnlntaln and nner-
ato a standard gaugo railroad to pass
tbrqugh tho northern part of tho tor-
rtlory. Grant Garfield Kingfisher Lo
gan Canadian and Oklahoma counties.
Capita! soock 26000; place of busl-
ngs Enid. Tho incorporators are:
H I. Wasson and O. W. Childs of
Pond Creek; Wm. McGIbbon of Gib-
bon; Albert E. Terox Chicago; A. II.
McMahan Sand Crook; W. O. Joneu
Waklta; T. B. Nosh Nashville nnd
J. A. Hill Enid.
Tho Balaton Comotery association of
I Kalston Pawnao county . The officers
o.itne association are: c. A. scptL
president; Jonathan White vice presi-
dent; E. L. Anson treasurer.
Tho Edmond flaa company ot Ed-
raond Okla ; capital tgek ?5.000. Tho
officers of the company are O. N.
Wiser prosldent; X P rtahmann vice
proaldent; L. S. Brown secrotary. G
H. Wahl. treasurer and L V Ford
O IKS f
And must have it for we have the stock and
prices. Wall Paper for everybody from 4 cts.
a roll up. Call and see our line. Paints and
paint brushes. Perfumery best in the land.
g Best Line of Druggists' Sundries in
I Renfro Drug
gjfrescnpuonB compounueu wnn
fresh drugs a specialty Opposite P. O.
Guthrie Lor'co No. 2 A. F. & A. M.
Regular meeting third Wednesday ev-
ening in each month at 3 o'clock. All
brethern cordially Invited to attend.
Paul Newman W. M.
E. M. Bamford Secretary.
Guthrie Lodge No. 426 B. P. O. E.
meets tho second and tourth Friday
Ineach month in K. ot P. Castle Hall.
L. Q. Nlblack E. R.
J Foucjrt Secretary.
W. B. Herod P. O.
M. L. Mock Adjutant.
Woodmen of tha World Guthrie
Camp No. 3 meets every Tueadar at
7:30 p. m. In the Woodmen hall over
Spencer Hardware store. Visiting
Wm. Connelly Con. Com.
J. B. Towers Clerk.
Naomi Rebekah Lodge No. 2 I. O
O; F. meets first and third Tuesday at
7:30 In the Odd Fellows' hall in the
Weinberger building-. Visitors wel-
come. P. M. L. Ray N. O.
Kate M. Wethy Secrotary.
.Guthrie Lodge No. 3. I. O. O. F.
moets Mondry night of each week at
7:30. Visiting Odd Fellows ' always
D. W. Pulse N. G.
Gr W. Bruce Secretary.
Oklahoma Encampment No. 1. I. O.
Ol F. meets every Thursday night ot
P K. Abbott C. P.
H.A Herwlg Scribe.
I. O. ?t. M. meets every Tuesday
ulght In K ot P. hall. Vlrltlng chiefs
Frank B. Sarber Sachsm.
H. C. Barney Chief of RecordH.
Guthrie Lodge No 2 K. ot P. meets
every Thursdny at 8 p. m. In their hall
In the Victor block corner First and
Harrison. Visiting Knights are al-
A. G. Raid win C. C.
J. Foucart M. of F. and K. of R. S.
Guthrie Lodge No 1. A. O U W.
meets Thursday evening of each week
at 7:30 In tha Victor block corner
First and Harrison. Visiting Work-
men always welcome.
Harry Overbay M. W.
C. R. Wilder Recorder.
Guthrie Commandery No. I Knights
Templar meets every Wednesday
evening at 7:30 at tnoir Asylum In
the Masonic temple Visiting Sir
Knights always welcome.
Jno. Ransom Hammill E. C
E. M. Bsmford Recorder.
Hartranltt Post No. 3 Q. A. R.
moets on first and third Fridays in
oaoh month at 7:30 p. m.. In hall over
Spencer's Hardware store. Visiting
comrades always welcome.
Mi L. Mock E. P. Burjingame
Adjutant. Post Commander
4 Notice to Water Consumer.
Ten per cent will bo charged on nil
wator rents If not paid by May 1st.
H. C Barney
Guthrie Public Library.
Stapleton block east room upstair
The library Is open on all secular
days except Mondays and legal holl
dayB from 10 a. m. to 6:30 p. m. Open
on Sunday from 1:30 p. m. to 5:30
F D ttorthrup. editor or the Okla-
homa Farm Journal published at Ok-
' luhoma City was in the; city today.
j f f I
are urn lor Business
Territorial Sunday School Convention.
hTe eighth annual Oklahoma Inter-
denominational Sunday school con-
vention will be held at Blaokwell May
20-22 1902 and promises to bo a
meeting of great Interest C. D. Meigs
of Indianapolis Ind. one of the great-
est convention workers of the country
will take an active part In the conven-
tion and all of tho leading Sunday
school workers of tho territory will
participate. Evory person Interested
in Sunday school work should attend.
The programme will be of benefit to
all. Evory county is entitled to ten
delegates but all aro welcome. Re-
duced rates on railway. Write to Ar-
thur Whorton secretary Perry for
programme and full particulars.
Bookwork Job prntlng legal blanks
notarial outfits can bo found at tho
Stock certificates bonds andpjl kind
of blank work engraved and printed
at the Leader office.
Sale of furnlturo slightly damaged
by fire and water In tho big fire is now
going on at M. Collar's cornor Har-
rison and Second street
If it wain't popular if it wasn't
loved by tho people why do dealers
say? "We have something Just as
good as tho Madison Medicine Co.'s
Rocky Mountain Tea." Think it over
Ask your Jrgg!st.
Sturapff Hdw. Co. Is tho best placo
for buggies refrigerators cutlory ev-
erything in hardware and tinware.
The Rock Island Says
If it had not absorbed the Chocta.w
'it would have paralleled every mile
of itsroo.d throigh"Okl&.homa.
Wo know It; yes t wo know it and
wo "told you so."
The New York Racket is absorbing
the trade of Guthrie and Logan coun-
ty and parallel lines have been run
with tho competitors (?) who pretend
to got there.
Look at tho stores going out ot
business; selling below cost (?); also
stores paying half a dollar for dollar
on their purcbasos while the New
York Racket is mounting step by step
to the foremost place among the mer-
chants of Guthrie.
Tho people laugh to scorn the boasts
JL of merchants
Ti.) day..lB a bargain
M . .. dRy..ls a bargain
A; tttvAf?iw.f '
1&W Y0EK RACKET
GEORGE H. KING Prop.
115 W. Ho.r. Av.
Per Roll. See the assortment
of pretty patterns at this price
in our East Window.
We have other patterns for
as low as sfjc'per roll and will
furnish$yau enough nice papc
. for .
Wholesale (Si Retail
take the genuine original
ROCKV MOUNTAIN TEA
Made only by Madlaon Medi-
cine Co. Aladlion Wis. It
keeps you well. Osr trader
mark cut on each package.
I'rlcr 35 cents. Navcr sold
In bulk. Accept no aubstl-..-
aI vour rimrirUt.
qn their "special
always downed at
Rocket where every
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