The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 153, Ed. 1, Saturday, May 31, 1902 Page: 4 of 8
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f H LeADE GUtHRIE OKLAHOMA ' SATURDAY MAY 31 1902.
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SATURDAY MAY 31" 1902.
For Delegate to Congress.
And again probably some ot those
opposing tho plan hav.e some of tlio
money Ljprrowed at a cheap rato ot
Is it not better to loan the unused
portion Ot tho sewor bond fund to tho
lallroad Committee at '5 per cent thau
to loan It to tho hanks at 2 per cent?
The pooplo p tho mjw comUiethavo
Flynn and a Rcput.;: cSsdfross to
hank for that government mortgage
held up of or their heads. a it
Willi Roosevelt Compel Flynn to
make tho ruct for delegate? Does a
heed for immediate action and that
tho move cfluld In no way hydrate to
tho detriment of the sewer fund. '
There Is no Intention ot diverting
the sewer money from the ptfrposo
for which it was voted hy tuVpeopYo
but only to so use it whlio It Is lying
Idle that It may do thfe cltlicmVand I
tax payors whose monoy It Is the
greatest possible nmountof goodt ( i
Some 'membors of the city council ;
raise tho question ot .thp logallty nf
the proposed act foaflrig that they1
would bo subject to prosecution. The
goreral opinion of those lawyers T'iol -
nave exprejsscu uieuwuives i mm
there would bo nothing crlmicd or
wrong In tho contemplated move.
Why-It would bo criminal or wrong
to temporarily loan this Idle money
to tho railroad committee on good se-
curity at C por cent and not wrong
to loan It to the banks onn6-be)tor
security at 2 ne. cont to a matter
difficult to understand. "Ijhifc
Tho fact is. the notos of tho busi
ness mon of tho city are just as good
tho bankB and there is nothing
Renfro's Drug Store for
Best in the City and Ice Cold
It is a singular thing that in the
populaf view of disease the Interde
pendence oi ine several organs oi inc
body is lost sight of. The heart for
example is diseased and it is treated as
If it nere entirely separated from and
independent of every other organ. '
The fallacy of tins opinion is shown
by the cures of heart "trouble" liyer
"trouble." Itidnev "trouble" and other
Lao-called "troubles" effected by the use
fcof Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov- j
ery. rntnaniy uie " uiscovery " is a
medicine for the cure of diseases of the
I itoniai.fi and blood. But it cures dis- i
4 AcctB rt nvwarta ctni tltrl w rtnntA frnrri i
. . - . . j VUtO W viKitlii v-ttfc j .uavt. l
wrong or unousinesa uko in uie the stomach because these diseases have
proposition. their origin in a diseased condition f
The urgent necessity of some Im- we nomacn anu m aocuHi organs
mod ato solution of tho problom now I
.. "I doctored with three different doctor for i
Confronting tho people Of GuthrlO IS wttlc heart but they did me no Rood" vrritti I
1 bo natent as to need no ;omment. Hi 7niJ .t Miidn5diMuniDMHfiiiii
moth need to ho compelled to fly at a s slmp)y do business nuw or shct up.-j i3'?s!!? i'l' .0LeiruOT.
We have the best line of Cigars that can be
found. Caii and see them.
Renfro Drug Co.
SC f resh d?upsna spSmlty C Opposite P. O. 206 W. OklcLilOHlcl AVG.
ThQ Loader's sqhpmo for raising tho'
Katy bonus strikes the popular chord.
Tno Capital Is silent On" tho question.
DcW the" 'Capital 'Vant the Kkty to
paBB up Guthrie?
The passdge ot the tilll dfeallng a
new judicial district In Indian terri-
tory ta pa operative after July Jst
.will call for some distinctly strenu-
ous life Jn Washington disposing of
applicants for Jobs.
Claptrap talk don't go in emergen
cies. 'Thc'ttaty contract must be
Blgn'ed now or never. Tho people are
In avor of turning over the sewer-
age bqtjds tor rjghj. of wny purposes.
A few Individuals who care npthlng
for the people oppose tho scheme.
r .- sss
"No czar no king ever has been
known to exorcise such po.wer over
a peoplo as is conferred by this bill
on the Philippine commission." Sen-
ator Spoonor of Wisconsin in the
United States senate. May 2D 1902.
The Jyaty Is tired ot ptay and
wants the right of way if Jt is to
build to Guthrie.
The plan proposed will give im-
mediate relief and tho Katy will havo
dirt flying1 within riPweek. .
A failure to act now means tho
loss'' of five hundred thousand dollars
In real property values alone. "
Strike while the ircu Is hot!
over the sewerage bouds!
Medical Diccorery ' and he bought a bottle. I
took thftt and the firrt hlf wtmed to hlp ne.
I teek six bottles before 1 stopped. I am per-
fectly well and. im cooking for six boarders
It hts been a Cod send to ne "
Or. Pierce's Pleasant Pellet cure ea-
ttipation. - '
clothes of the laboring
hypocritical will better
At the Knty meeting yesterday the
editor of tho Capital had much to say
against the proposition to use tho
sewerage bonds to buy the Katy right
of way.t IIo was unalterably opposed
to cheating tho banks ot a good rane-
off on municipal money.
THE LEADETt'S PROPOSITION
The proposition made by tho Leader
yesterday to casHi tlib "unpaid Katy
bonus fund notes by using a portion
of tho sewer bond fund meets with
the general approval ot business men
and tax payers.
All are agreed th tt K offers tho
only feasible solution of the pressing
ANANIAS II. -
'Hear the two-faced Hanna
through his Ohio state p.atiorm quot-
ing the words of Aoraham Lincoln
"Capital is only the fruit or labdr
and It would never have existed It
labor had not first existed. -Labor Is
tho suporlor of capital and deserves
much raoro consideration."
Tho dovli is said to be a good
hand at quoting scripture. His pa-
ternal relationship to Anannlaa are
also well known.
tfou havo heard What Mark Hanna
Eald now observe his actions.
If tneso platitudes abou thO dig-
nity of lubor and the subsorvlenco of
capital were not a perpetration of the
samo old tricks ot years gone by they
might fool somebody and may oven
now fool some poor benighted beings
but will hardly fool the groat mass of
Had tho people not beheld under
this very aamlnlstratlon In this very
year an unprecedontod developraqntj
of trust and monopllos fpr tle enrich-
ment of tho rich and tho oppression
of the middle and poorer classes
these attitudes of magnates like Mark
Hanna might not appear so intensely
ludicrous. Porhaps ludicrous is not
the word seeing that it is a matter af-
fecting the bread and meat and
The sewerage bonds aro now being
Joaned to the banks at 2' per cent
interest. It the mayor and coiinoll
could be sent to the pen for diverting
the sower bonds to tht Katyt. why
are they not now liable to prosecu-
tion for lending tho Donds to baking
him with all the environments of lux
ury and employed a whole retinue ot
domestics to minister to his wants.
Still as we have not been intimately
acquainted with tho character of the
late Senhora Sllva It Is not practi-
cable without ta.ting desperated
chances to propound a theory in the
premises. As our-French friends say
It is necessary to know the woman
in order to interpret her caprices.
We are glad at this critical mo-
ment however to be able to assure
our readers that the rooster has been
killed. Since the death of Camocns
tho Portuguese Intellect has not been
A BIG ASPHALT GRAFT
If additional illustrations of tho
enormous grafts being worked through
this present congress were needed
surely an excellent one is to be.fpund
in the Indian appropriation bill-
The Florence Mining company is
given the exclusive mineral rights In
the lilntah reservation which In 'Utah
which contains an asphalt lakeequal
to any In the world and of itself
worth millions of .dollars.
President Roosevelt is said to have
opp6sed tho grant ot this monopoly
but ho must olthor sign or veto tho
whole Indian bill bo I slgnea with the
understanding that this provision be
Yes we can see them now divesting
a. corporation of a vested right.- This
little consciontious quibble ot the
president sounds very nice but tho
time to v'tll a monoply down is Just
before it Is created.
The list of reasons why the' whole
clique In control of affairs at Wash
ington should bo relegated to the rear
continues to grow.
The difference of cost between a good '
and a poor baking powder would not
J amount for a family's supply to'one dojUv
1 lar a year.. The poor ppwder jouldj
' cause doctors' bills many times this
r Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is
th& most Economical in the end because
it goe$uxther in leavening and insures
't perfect wholesome food.
Used always in making the biscuit '
and cake it saves both health and money.
1 Made from pure grape cream of tartar
most healthful of fruit acids. r
pmct Baking Powotn Oe
Note. You cannot tf you value good
alum which endangers the health. All
baking powders. They are mostly la
health afford to use
bakintr powders. Th
spite of the pure food laws made from
A DEAD ROOSTER IN PORTUGAL
Wo hear through tho medium of a
London press report that source of
truth gayety .ajid Justice! that a
Portuguese widow ot tho name of
Sllva died recently at Lisbon and left
all hor fortune to a rooster. A great
many worthy and well meaning peo-
plo may want to know what a rooster
can do with a lot ot cash and real
estate. We are too busy to explain.
The point of real Importance Is that
the lady bequeathed the property to
tho chanticleer and tho motive as-
Blgnqd to her by tho London press
report In question Is hor belief in the
transmlrgation ot souls aa taught by
tho learned PythagQras and her con-
viction that tho splrjt' of tho departed
'filva resided behind the roostor'B
Just what qualities conspicuous in
tho deceased had led her to locate his
soul as hereinbefore related wo do
not undertake to Bay. The avcago
monarch of the dunghill and the
bacpvnrd is a bird of infinite versa-
tility. Ho is affectionate ho is pug-
nacious ho Ms greedy and tyrannical.
He is quarrelsome but not always
brave. He is seldom ooautlfjil but
frequently ridiculous. We know ab-
solutely nothing of the vantssed Sll-
va and thejofoio. can not speak with
confidence. Of his relict now also
deceased we might indulge In certain
more or less srxndous speculations.
Evidently she was a lady who retain-
ed tho fondest and most grateful
memories of tho ono-tlme partner ot
physicians will tell you that such pow-
ders In iood are injurious.
It Is announced by those who are
supposed to know that Flynn will not
be present at the Republican convex
tlon to bo held at Enid on June 26th
It is also reported that it is his intent
lion to do at rionoiuiu at tnat time
with his family.
This comes as a surprise to tho
au'jtiiFlynn Republicans which they
were not figuring on and which Is
likely to keep them guessing until
tho convention Is past. By this last
move of Frynn's he has clinched tho
name of Foxy Flynn. Flynn has said
ho wouldn't accept tho nomination
but at the same timq be knew thut an
effort would be made by his friends
to havo him nominated and It they
ore successful hu will bo so far away
that It will bo Impossible to refuse
to accept If ho were at Enid at tho
time of tho nomination and It was
offered him ho would have to refuso
It or his own party would be forced to
admit that ho was Insincere when ho
made the announcement that ho
would not again accept the nomina-
tion. Not for one moment have tho Dem-
ocrats or Oklahoma taken any stock
In Flynn's specials; they know
Flynn too well to be gulled by any
such reports. We havo said all along
that If the nomination was offered
him ho would bo fixed so be wouldn't
havo to refuse it and this last report
Foxy Flynn was forced to accept the
nomination In 1898 after declaring
ho would not again be a candidate.
To again accept the nomination will
place him before the peoplo In a very
bad light even though ho may at the
time of his nomination bo many miles
Tho Republicans of Oklahoma are
tired of Flynn as their leader but
they dare not ralso so much as a
finger against his leadership. Mor-
gan McNeal McQuIro and Robberta
aro dupes who really believe that
Flynn will not be renominated. Flynn
Is thq Republican party of Oklahoma
and will receive the nomination at
Enid whether he is In tho United
States or Africa.
Whatever the decorative requirements may be Tve
have the wall paper for each conditiou. '
Paper for the office the parlor the hall the kitchen
in the proper design and color
1 right quality at the right price.
Our wall papers always answer all demands.
The designs this season ire by far the choicest and
most desirable we have ever had on our shelves.
See our window display.
m w.harbison ave. Wholesale t& Retail P"0NES"
A Colorado Summer.
The Santa Fo has issued a now edl
lion for 1902 of its book entitled "A
Colorado Summer." A big edition has
been printed for Eastern circulation.
Besides a description of Colorado b
principal resorts there aro chapters
devoted to camping out fishing and
hunting also an article on Salt Lako
City all profusely illustrated.
The summer service ot the Santa
Fe to Colorado will bo better than
ever this season. In addition to stand-
ard and observation Pullmans and
commodious chair cars tho Colorado
trains will bo equipped with new day
coaches each seating eighty persona
and furnished In luxurious style.
The Santa Fo will have in effect
about the samo low rato arrange-
ments to Colorado and Utah as last
year except that there will be no rato
higher than ono fare plus ?2. and on
certain days tho faro will be oven
lower. These cheap rates and fine-
service will attrapt. thousands to th-
Rockies when hot weather seta In.
SUMMER SE8SI0N8 EDU
Chicago and St. Louis.
For tho abovo occasion we will sell
tickets to Chicago and St Louis and
return at rate ot ono fare plus $2.00.
Tickets on Balo Juno ICth 17th 21st 1
and 24th with final return limit ofj
Sent 15. 1902. Continuous passage '.ni
A. J. Corklns Agent
Subscriptions tor all magazines and!
papers recelvod at publishers' piiccB!
t Llllle'8 Book Store.
her mind that the spirit of thft lost
had become incarnated in the strut-
ting 4iDorainica'--or It may have boon
a Plymouth Rook bultan than she
built for him a special coop provided
Republicans in general are. look)-
Jng to "Enid aa Mohemetans look to
Mecca hoping to find there healing
for the internal strife that so con-
sumes their vitals ir Enid does not
behold a sight on the order of the
lato ML Pelee incident we lose our
guess. Guthrlo Leader.
The Pelee incident will bo repeat-
ed in .Enid on election day. Repub-
lican vbtos wl) roll out ot Enid Just
her Joys. Noonor did ahe make upjltko fire and rocks did from the vol
cano ana ma uemoerais wiu no
buried. Just like the people ot Mar-
tinique were. Enid Eagle.
A very suggestive iaea of the origin
of Republican votes.
New York Racket
115 W. Harrison Av
Courteous treatment Money Refunded or
Goods Returned. The building up of the
"RACKET" is upon the foregoing founda-
tion Substantial and Permanent. Your in-
terest is considered in every transacti en
The Racket has become indispensable to ttye
people of Logan County. Thousands of dol-
lars are saved and thus raade&tor le people
annually by trading at the Racltet:
New York Racket
GEORGE H. KING Proprietor
115 West Hearison Ave. Guthrie. O. T.
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