The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 15, Ed. 1, Tuesday, June 3, 1902 Page: 3 of 8
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CECIL RHODES' SCHOLARSHIPS.
Auditor Baxter Writes to Oxford Con
A short timo ago Auditor L. W
Baxter wrote to Oxford to ascertain
what the situation Is In regard to the
Cecil Rhodes bequest which gave each
territory and state In thn Tlnlnn two
I scholarships In the university aggro-
Killing fj.uvu a yuar ior mo expanses
of the students. This bequest was
made Unown to tho public at the timo
of Rhodes' death an fltho dducatlSnal
element of tho territory has been
much Interested in the matter. The
following letter was received In re-
gard to tho matter by Auditor Baxter:
"Oxford May 15 1902.
"Dear Sir: Know nothing of tho
P.fcoties bequest beyond what has ap-
i.rJtvt.l In thn iinnnra tt la nnt HlfAlu
fto take effect under a year. Tho ar-
FVftnirpmpnt rnntn with thn tnnlotw.
jYours falthtully T. H. Grose."
( xwu duuuuu suiiia iui wiuiuiuuiu lu
IJt-hls institution would mean a spirited
contest for them among student. The
I Winning of such a contost would moan
limuch. for several years In such an In-
hfetltutlon Is usually beyond tho rtich.
8)f the average Oklahoma studont.
i Leads Them All.
1 ' Ono Minute Cough Cure bote all
.itnor medicines I ever tried for
Roughs colds croup and throat and
ung troubles" says D. Scott Currln
if Loganton Pa. One Minute Cough
Jure Is the only absolute safe cough
-omedy which acts Immediately.
.VTothers everywhere testify to tho
jood It has done their little ones.
?roup Is so sudden In its attacks that
ho doctor often arrives too late. It
Melds at once to Ono Minute Cough
-uro. Pleasant to take. Children like
A. Suro cure for grip bronchitis
r J N. Wallace.
WHO "PKTEB DOUata.3S IS.
'ha Btarr of tba Origin of m Army Tons
in tprriaoa Use tXt DeuelaaJ
jieatts a U4 that is officially
oi mw ttfid obserred an army
Ulcer. 'It hs4 Us erljU at Fort Mon-
to Quarter ot a eeotury ao though
aers are a nunkr of offlo .-8 whe
'new tho original Pete and ejurio
Juabtr taoro who knew the facts in
ssard to hit ck3
I "Ono of the let 4ac officers of tbf
rtllUry scrvloe . jdaV. then a llputen.
int. was aent fron Governor's Island
.; New York harbor to Fort Monro
ilth a detachment of nineteen soWleh.
iinejr oame down by tbt sea aa th
rai nicnt out U soldiers cot on tn a
iirrel of one whisky which was In tbt
bld and by the aid of a gimlet and
.dine straw tb. rapst of the alnenpu
jea war la aicry hilarious ooa-Uiios;
r :rr!rr t" x. "rv1
i( uwuib w. mom utcniDu uic oarre
lain ftad la a short tiro they wen
lain Intoxicated. Among the niuabe.
'as Peter Douglass. When the tlm
; Jno for them to land at Fort Monroe
tr Douglass could not be found. Ii
U generally boiieved that ho had
Ilea overboard Dr while Intoxicated
Ad Jumped overboard. Anyhow tht
juienam turned over but alghteea
en. He reporud Peter Douglass ai
Wing been drowned and tho rccori
is made acgoidtjigly. Three ia6 af-
Vwarl Then itie ship that brought
r pajtr down -was unloading soma
Jilght at Charleston B. C Petei
uglau crawled out of the hold !ok-
r somewhat worse for his experience.
Iter bracing up he managed to wrli
i way up to Fort Monroe where hi
pposed be would Join his company
t upon presenting himself to the
leer In command there he was told
ht as the record had shown that
ter Douglass had been drowned they
re required to consider him dead
m If be was not dead.
'Douglass admitted that be was
fitty nearly dead but that he hal
imaged to pull through. Anyhow he
is not unuueu to ibo quuriero aiiuu
-rlson and was told that be had
ter more along; that he was out ol
a army as surely as he had ever -been
JJfBut Peter did not go far away. That
nlng he met some ot his comrades
see in number from Governor's is-
dr and they celebrated his coming
life in true soldierly manner. The
hbratlon wound up In the guard-
fuse there as did the celebratora
p record of the guardhouse showed
kit though Peter Douglass had been
l;orted dead a few days oefore. he
very much alive. Two days aiter-
yda the names ot the four wtre.sont
Jie officer la command as a prelim
to have them court-martialed
punished for disorderly conduct
other violations of the laws of tht
lson. The officer who was a
ng advocate of the power of record
d that as Peter Douglass had never
fered the garrison he could not be
ircmari!Riea ana mai in iact reicr
mglass was dead beyond reaurrec-
U Ha was therefore lura . ou
again told to move on bui as ha
not realise that he was dead ni
not do so.
Lie hung around the garrison for
; time but finally wandered away
got back to New York. OJtlclaUy
Lias remained dead ever since for
f record has never been changed
fa officer preferred to let him ro
tn dead and get him out of tbe army
uut nit uinu iv ii uui iiuiw
by court-martial for ne aeomea to
oyond reform." Washington Star.
?neral rental and collection agency.
i Green 212 W. Oklahoma.
ANSWER IT HONESTLY.
Are the Statements of Guthrla Citi-
zens Not More Reliable Than
Those of Utter Strangers?
This la n vital question.
It is fraught with interest to Guta-
rlo. It permits of only ono answer.
It cannot bo evaded or ignored.
A Guthrie citizen speaks here
Speaks for tho welfare ot Guthrie. .
A citizen's statement is reliable
An utter stranger's doubtful.
Home proof is tho best proof.
Mr. D. W. Martin of 321 S. 1st St.
says: "It Doan's Kidney Pills pro-
cured at J. N. Wallace's drug Btore
had not brought me posltivo benefit
I would be tho last resident of Guth-
rie to publicly Indoreo tho prepara-
tion. The pain In my back waB not
very severe but tho dull aching
clung to mo so persistently that It
positively became annoying. Doan's
Kidney Pills stopped It. Othor Indlca-
t'on? of kidney trouble existed and
the course ot tho treatment I took has
had a decidedly beneficial effect on
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Bole agents for the V. 8.
Remember the name Doan's anC
take no substitute.
"The Book of the Presidents."
By General Charles H. Grosvonor
20 years member of congress. Pro-
nounced the most sumptuous and mag-
nificently beautiful book eve- issued
in the United Statos. Contains 27
largo full page photogravure portraits
reproduced from tho host paintings In
the White house the congressional
library the capltol building and the
Corcoran Art Gallery of Washington.
Contains Department of Autograph
Letters showing an autograph letter
ot each president ot tho United
States and Department of Armorial
Bearings and Genealogical Notes.
These two features have never be-
fore appeared in any book ever Issued.
Both President McKInley and Presi-
dent Roosevelt posed specially In the
White house for their portraits to be
used only and exclusively in this
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over conferred on any publication ev-
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and correspondence look after the ad-
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Address The Continental Press
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WHY NOT RENT A SAFETY DE
POSIT BOX IN A MODERN STEEL
VAULT AND FEEL THAT YOUR
VALUABLES ARE SECURE? FROM
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ACCORDING TO SIZE. SEE THE
CAPITOL NATIONAL BANK ABOUT
To what and whom dooa these
words apply. Webster says the agt
or practice of solectlng from different
Dr. W. H. Gunn says so nlao ho
farther states that It applies to a
system of practice distinctly that ot
Eclectlslsm or eclectic medieiua is
the out-growth ot the Reformed
American Medicine which began in
New York about 1816 with Dr. Woos-
ter Beach as a leader it began as a
protest against the use ot such harsh
remedies as bleeding blistering
calomel etc. Its distinctive materia
medlca is chiefly of vegetable origin
and Iti therapeutics is based upon
specific medication or the direct ap-
plication ot remedies to special symp-
toms called specific Indications.
Persons must learn to discriminate
It is not enough to employ a physician
in caso ot sickness learn his methods
and means ot cure made use of be-
cause the means and methods dm-
ployed by many physlelans In many
diseases are to be strenuously
To the public for health'
Dr. W. H. Gunn.
Stock certificates bonds and all kind
of blank work engraved and printed
at the Leader office.
AT ENID CONVENTION.
On this annlrarsary ot the opening
of the territory the Democracy of Ok-
lahoma takes pleaseuro In recording
Its genuine pride In tho marvelous de-
velopment and splendid achievement
which has characterized tho first thir-
teen years ot tho history of tho great-
est territory this nation has evor creat-
ed. In this short period the territory
has been transformed from tho home
ot the cow and tho coyote into tho tree
homo of a halt million sturdy Intelli-
gent and progressive Amorican citi-
zens owning three hundred million
dollars worth ot available assets. Sure-
ly such a people aro entitled to Amer
ican herltago of self government And
we here and now declare our firm con-
viction that wo are entitled to the
rights prlvllogos and responsibilities
of American otatehood.
Nor are wo unmindful of our breth-
ren of tho Indian territory. Appre-
ciating tholr splendid capacity and
wondorful rosourcos and achieve-
ments wo deslro union with them in
ordar that Jointly we may build up
the greatest of tho western statos. Wo
thoreforo favor the admission into
the federal union ot Oklahoma and
ic Indian territory as a slnglo state.
And In view of tho fact that Oklahoma
has a splendid land endowment for
Its schools wo favor an adequate pro-
vision for the people ot the Indian
territory either In lands or other re-
sources so that both territories may
bo placed upon terms of equality in
tho maintenance and support of their
Resolved That we arc unalterably
opposed to any encroachment upon
tho magnificent endowment of our pub-
lic schools and colleges. And we rec-
ommend that the final disposition ot
the school and other lands ot tho ter-
ritory bo left to the peoplo of the sov-
ereign state In constitutional conven-
Resolved That wo condemn the
present school land board of the terri-
tory for its harsh unjust and oppres-
sive admlnlstraton ot the school land
office and we pledge our party to pass
a fair and equitable school land law
Just alike to tho lossees and to the
people of the territory.
We favor tho early enactment of a
law by the federal congress granting
free homes to the residents of the now
country and wo denounce tho action
of Delegate Flynn In excluding that
country from tho recent freo homes
Wo favor Immediate statohood
along the lines laid down in this plat-
form. In order that we may escape the
curse of carpet-bag government and In
order that the people may substitute
honesty economy and efficiency for
extravagance dishonesty and spolia-
tion ot the public under which the
territory has been robbed and the un-
fortunate Insane mistreated in order
to benefit a tew favored Republican
gratters and under which the people
ot the new country havo been burden-
ed with extravagance and extortion
In the administration of tholr local
We condemn the unpatriotic and un-
just attempt of Delegate Flynn to de-
prive the new counties of Caddo Co-
manche and Kiowa from participation
In the constitutional convention lot
Oklahoma in tho event ot its admis-
sion to statehood.
Wo favor an organized county gov-
ernment for tho people et the Osage
We endorse the separate school law
enaoted by the last legislative as-
ssembly In so far as It covers tho
ground and upon the creatlou ot a
new state wo demand that the people
thereof shall be permitted to dovlse
and fashion their own educational
system without federal Interference;
and although we favor equal educa-
tional privileges and facilities for
white and colored children wo are
opposed to mixed scnools.
We demand a Just and equitable leg-
islative apportionment measure at the
hands ot the present congress to the
end that the thousands of voters in
the western and southwestern coun-
ties of tho territory may have proper
and adequate representation in tho
coming legislative session.
The Democratic party pledges Itself
to promote in every way the applica-
tion ot tho system ot primary election
tor the nomination of candidates and
the settling or party principle and we
avor the passage ot a suitable prim-
ary election law for the legal introduc-
tion ot such a. system into this terri-
tory. Believing as we do that the legiti-
mate aim ot government Is to pro-
mote the greatest good of the people
we favor public ownership of muni-
We renew our allegiance to the
principles ot the Democratic party as
enunciated in Its national platform
adopted at Kansas City in 1900.
Tho Place to Go
Think of a round-trip rate of
Less limn One Fare
To Denver Colorado Springs
(Manitou) and Pueblo. On Cer-
tain dates in June July Au-
gust and September via the
Write tur the books entitled
Camping in Colorado" 'Fish-
ing in Colorado" and '"Under
the Turquoise Sky." The Camp-
ing book tells how where and
at what cost parties of two
four and six can enjoy an inex-
pensive vacation in that de-
E. W. Thompson A. G. P. A.
John Sebastian G. P. A. Chicago.
Santa Fe. V
A Convenient 'V
Free Chedr Ca.rs
Springs and Denver
Train with through sleeper
leaves Guthrie 1:40 a. m.
Arrive Pueblo 10:50 a. m.
Colorado Springs 12:05 p. m
Denver 8:15 p m.
This train is in addition to
the Colorado Express leav-
ing Guthrie 0:80 a m. and
arriving Colorado following
moruing aud carrying free
Chair Cars Pullman Sleep-
ers Observation Car.
Connecting train leaves
I Guthrie 9:25 a m
Reducee rates to Colorado
aud Utah daily from June 1
to September 15
For particulars and copy
"A Colorado Summer"
A. J. Corklns Agent
Rubber - Tired with
horses that can get
there. Horses boardad
OAK GROVE BARN
Chas. Michael Prop.
phone; Gut fine
wiwiiSCi - 3
Royal Bus and
Carriage Calls for
a.ter etc.a Special
ty v? v v?
lloaE. Vilas Phone 70
The Leader has
the latest copy-
righted map of
It shows all the
new railway lines
and every town in
the county; also
ev'ry school house
Have these Maps
printed on back of
your letter heads.
Its a Big Ad
Letter Heads with
the back can
had only at
... -. ..! .
You don't buy Lum-
ber every day. but
when you do you like
to know that It Is
seasoned and depend-
able. Our enormous tra.de
in Lumber this spring
Is evidence tha.t wo
sell "good stuff" a.nd
t aA prices theut no firm
can beat vs Biggest
stock of Lumber a.nd
Building materla.1 in
V ? v
E. L. BLINCOE
' ' i -
"Gte Old Smith flarn in
Hivtnj? bouRht o.c nockwell InUroul
in the Hoarding Stable Cor. Cleveland anil
lnet. I Intend torun It an a tint cia
mace an I all stock entrusted to my care
will receive the very best attention I am
well pouted a d nave had a large experience
in the buolnetsand shall be ptc-.sed to have
you for a customer
itlgs delivered to any part of the ;lty.
J. E. Ga.skill.
R I PANS
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which cures dyspepsia indi-
gestion stomach liver and
bowel troubles.sick headache
and constipation. No other
single remedy haB yet been
since the twilight of medical
history which is capable of
doing so much good to so
large a majority of mankind.
The flve-cent packet U enough lor an
ordinary occatin. The family bot-
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 15, Ed. 1, Tuesday, June 3, 1902, newspaper, June 3, 1902; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc75937/m1/3/: accessed November 13, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.