The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 15, Ed. 1, Tuesday, June 3, 1902 Page: 4 of 8
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THE LEADER QdTHniE OKLAHOMA; TUESDAY JUNE 3 1902.
Sunday by the
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TUESDAY JUNE '3 1002.
For Delegate to Congress.
Dick Morgan can save money by at
once effecting amorgar with Flynn.
King Edward Is finding the rehears-
als quite trying and the grease paint
Anxious Inquirer Yes you are per-
fectly right. Dologato Flynn will make
tho race for congress again.
The fact that Spain still has beet
to waste In hull lights arouses sus-
picion that tho reports of that nation's
poverty have been exaggerated.
In addition to tho work of rescuo
there are gentlemen in Martinique
digging up lecture' material In large
A very thoughtful and beautiful
tribute was 'ihii pHld by Prfioldcnt
Palroa.of. Cuba to tho dead sailors of
the Maine when on Decoration day
he decorated tho wreck of the Ameri-
can man of war with flags and flowers.
The'MoKlnIoy''po8tal cards are al-
most ready for distribution among the
poBtoffjqes. They will contain a pro-
file view only of the late president
and not a full front view of the face
ns originally intended.
"Beforo I would rcarry a man to re-
form him I would rather wed an ape
and Valt for him to develop" said
tho Rev. Peter AInsler or Baltimore
addressing a graduating class. No
desire to interfere with any one's pur-
suit jof .happiness but of course
(bole's no accounting for taste.
Congressmen have been gadding
about so much of late In the Intorcstl
of their re-election that the house
finds It necessary tb begin proceed-
ings to revoke nil loavos of absonco.
At no "time have membors of congress
ever felt moro unoasy about the con-
dition of public sentiment In their
districts than at present.
Some Of our subsidized Republican
contemporaries assert that Bill Cross
Is not smart enough n politician to be
Bent from Oklahoma to congress.
Bill may not be "smart" enough to
lay up half a million dollars In less
than four yoars on a salary of JB.OOn
a yoar hut he has enough sense to
stay ph tho ide of the people and
that Is all they ask. Shawnee Herald.
V. J. Bailey downed the Burton-
Mulvone wing of tho Kansas Tteinibll-
can party at the Topeka cpnyontlon.
Tho nomination of Balloy for gover-
nor was a great victory for Cyrus Ice-
land thjB doposed Kansas bps end
Pjr consequence a dUcolored optic for
Senator Burton who tramped all tho
way from tjlio national capltol to en-
compass his dofeat.
Colonel Wta. Cross the Democratic
nominee and the next dologato to con-
gress is making a clean and manly
canvass. It a source of congratu-
lation to his friends and the party of
wnich he is tho nominee that ho ro-
fusee to be drawn into the mudillng-
ing and billingsgate ennrnss Inaugu-
rated upon him by the alum politicians
and rnn liuvr Republican press.
Orders have gone out from UefHibll-
can national headquarters that Repub-
lican stumpers must sing It out loud
and long all along the line that the
Democratic party both in and out of
cqngress Is the enemy of our national
army in the field. T&y hope by tbjs
false charge to divert public attention
from the Inhuman antt brutal acta ot
certain officers In M Philippines for'
which their party t being held respon-
sible. Lord Pauueefoto was tho first am-
bassador accredited tq the United
States by a foreign government and
by virtue of that clrctinigttnce beeamo
dean of the diplomatic eorpe In April
12.93. a position which he retained for
more than nine years. The other
great powers of Europe followed Fug-
land in rulsing their missions in thiB
country to amORosadoilai rank except
Austria and now ihat power also.
has jromoUHLJUs -envoy. Dr. Hansel -
mueller to te ulghe.t diplomatic
rank. Under the provisions of tho
law regulating our diplomatic Inter
iyiursiv with foreign countries tho
president has promptly raised Mr
Robort 8. McCormlck our envoy at
tho Court or Vienna to ah ambassa-
dorship. Whon tho new British am-
bassador Is named ho will bo com-
pelled to tnko b!& place at tho end of
the list of ambassadors being pfeed
ed on stato occasions vby. Qr. von Hol
lobon M. Cambon. Count Casslnl
Honor Asplroz Slgnor Mayor des
Planchos .and Dr. HehgbmlfdnWr. It
will probably take years for him to
work his way to the deanshlp of the
diplomatic corps if indeed) ho" should
ever reach it
THE LIGHT ORDINANCE.
Tho watchword of tho Capital City
should bo progross. Every encourage-
ment should be given Industrial enter-
prises. Knocking must not bo toler-
ated when tho material Interests of
tho town aro affected.
Tho Loader is drawn Ifr'thfs ObscT'
ration by the disposition of some peo
ple to obstruct the betterment and Im
t .. til.
provement of the local OlOCtrlC llgnt
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plant. A few days slnco the Leader
contained an article concerning the
nw ilrir Hplit imi)anv ana the
new electric HEM company ana iuv
granting of a franchise for .rfbw and
The Leader believes this ordinance
should pass. Tho ordinancdrcontalns
Iron-bound provisions for the improve-
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mont of local light service and tho
now company can not gig the city
and Its individual patrons without sub-'
Joctlng itself to forfeiture of contract.
A liberal view of the matter will' show
that ton years s not a long term when
It is known Jiat undor the terms of
tho contract tho new company must
expend thousands of dollars in new
machinery and adequate oqulpment to
onablo the turnlshlng of arc lights at
$G por arc light
The purposo of tho now Company '
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UI111U1 ill i:UUHI4;i. 0 i.vM.v --
prosent capacity of tho local plant. It
proposes to expend no less than $25-
000 in this work. This is 'Mo small
nmount to turn into tho town and the
making of theso Improvements means
tho disbursement of big pay rolls.
The Loader boilovos In encouraging
these Industries. Sovora! of the men (
In tho now light syndicate are non-
resident capitalists and it is their in -
tontlon to continue making local ln -
vestments vno contract drawn up Is i
sufficiently stringent to insure goon
service to the city.
Otithrie must bo made a commercial
center and unloss her public utilities
aro up to tho standard she can not
stand as an advertising card of her
Tho Leader has thoroughly examin-
ed the now light contract and confi-
dently believes that the council will
best subserve the interests of the city
and the tax payers by passing the or-
dinance at Its next meeting;
GREAT SHOWING FOR GUTHRIE
AND LOGAN COUNTY.
Figures talk. Especially when the
nro official and absolutely rollnblo.
Tho report of the county assessor
Rd Itelpe Is tho finest showing ever pata the better of justice and little by
made for any county and speaks vol- utile tho margins between cotton
times for the progress and prosperity seed and tho products of the mill may
of the county aud city. be expected to widen.
In presenting the summary or tho J This latest development is very un-
county two Items at once challongo fortunate for tho mother of trusts
attention. 6ne is tho grand total cl from a campaign standpoint but theso
real and personal proporty In the coun-' overgrown children have a very small
ty amounting to 6308723 and the appreciation of childish gratitude and
othor Is the enormous gain In tho past will no doubt do business quite re-
year of $760000. : gardless of every ono save the cam-
ThlB assessed valuation though vory ( palgn barrel man of the party of trusts.
nattering in Itself may safely be
taken to represent not over one-third
the uctual cash value or the property
or the county. This gives a grand
total of ?lG100lft9 of real and per-
sonal property and shows an Increase
over last year of 22&00u0.
This growth while unprecedented
anil truly wonderful Is tmusiantlul and aeapolls.
has every assurance ot continuing in1 Blectrlo lighted trains botween Cfc-
tho same or an increasing ratio. Tho'o and Dosmolnos and Omaha and
hm both In the city and on thesoux O-
rr. - ha. hn mar.lv the natural In- O two uoura "Otween Chicago
c rein en t resulting from good land aud
economical and careful management
The largest gain is shown In the
city of Guthrie where the Increase in i
valuation over last year amounts to
jooo.OOl) making a total of $US800'J
assented valuation or nearly two mill-
ion dollars while the real value would
be fully three times as muoh or 'rtsarly
Large- as these figures are they rep-
resent only what tho people of Guthrlo
and Logan coutny have been able to
make by hard work and careful
economy for thirteen years from the
raw pValrles wljicn until that
had raised only buffaloes and
But this only represents Uie bogin-
f ntng of a steady
i that no ordinary
time or elreuui-
stance con prevent We have a thrifty
A Child's erg
Heroes the mother's heart like sword.
Often the n other who would do every-
thing for the little one the loves is ut-
terly impotent to help And finds no
help in physicians. That was the case
with Mrs. Duncan whose little one was
almost blind with
was led to wxi Dr.
ery and so cured
the child without
resorting to a
Thf jfre blood-
ties of Dr Pierce's
been proved over
and over again in
cases oi scrotum
nd other diseases which are caused by
an impure condition of the blood. It
entirely eradicates the poisons which
feed disease and builds up the body
with sound healthy flesh.
"My little daughter became (Hided with
Krofuta which affected her eye" writes Mea
Ann L. Duncan of VUiufield Sebattlaa C.
Ark. "She cutild not bear the light fbr orer a
ear we tried to cure.her even but nothing
"" vm .i . kiwi vm wua (IIIJVIVUU
he adrUcd u. to take her to an oculUt u
eyelldt woald have to be 'scraped.' They
become thick h thought Ve would
Id any go
rod we had our home chrdcUn and
"?-. I went to your 'Common E
no one eUeta
vour ' Common Setit Mtdiril
i AdTUer' read your treatment on scroful jetting-
the propertlef oT medlciat there adrlted
wun nve txxtlea of colden Medical SiKorery
I hare entirely cured my chUd.
." jgVSSSSJ GSt'rS
nis. i remain.-
Doctor Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are
ta excellent laxative for children.
jj M eMy to uie j thorough
. . . .
' industrlotwpeopioand a good country.
'Th conntrv . row.ntr nnA fho ..
pie are growing up with the country.
OIL MILL TRUST.
Oklahoma Is to bo treated to the
spectacle of a genuine live home
grown trust. Heretofore tho people of
the torrltory lmve nad the priVi!oge of
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feollng thoir tentacles and footing
their bills but to have a real live home
grown trust of the millionaire type
Is certainly novol if not agreeable.
Mr. Burbrldgo of Oklahoma City
is at present in Now York working
up a syndicate which will combine all
the cotton 80ed 0 m8 ot okianoraB
and n(Ian territory( n0out flfteCn in
numl)or an(1 wll Jn future control the
prlco ot cotton seed and cotton seed
oll ftn(1 mea!
Tho worKjnBB ot tjB combine will
afford the press and people of Okla-
homa an opportunity to study tmsts
nt closo range.
Perhaps this trust will be moro Just
than those of New Jersey and somo
othor states but tho whole breed
comes of a poor family and blood will
I Tho temptation is too great to be
! long roslstod to cut prices on cotton
! seed and raise the p rice on oil and
meal. Even if this Is not dono the
people- undor tho trust system do not
get the benefit of tho progress of
science and economics as applied to
cotton seed oil making. Once tho con-
trol of an industry Is in tho hands of
n fow men remove-' from tho re-
straints of competition numan avarico
The Chicago Milwaukee &. St. Paul
Uldctrlc lighted trains between Chi-
cago Milwaukee St. Paul and Minne-
apolis. Through parlor cars on day tralnB
i between Chicago SL Paul and Mln-
I.h.1 fll ! tt n ntnViS- fnsa tonliia nnitVt
"" "". fe- "i '" ""-"
P " . . v T o..
Solid train between Chicago and
th principal points In northern Wis-
consin and tho upper peninsula of
Through trains with Bleeping cars
and coaches between Chicago and all
points In Io'va Minnesota sontbern
and central Dakota.
The finest dining cars In tho world.
The best rleeplng enre. Electric
rending lamps in berths
C.COO miles ot road In lMIrols Wis
consin upper peninsula of Mloblgan
Iowa Minnesota Missouri. South Da
um0 kota and North Dakota.
long! Ticket scents everywhere sail tick
ets over the Chicago Milwaukee & SL
All kinds ot
legal blanks at
8 Renfro's Drug Store for
8 SODA WATER
We have the best line of Cigars that can be
found. Call and see them.
Prescriptions compounded with
fresh drugs a specialty Opposite P. O.
Mrs. Brooks Wilt Entertain
Invitations were issued today
Mrs Caleb R Brooks for June 5 at
2 o'clock. She will entertain wita &
Two or three good hustling agents;
ladles or men; good money. Apply by
9:30 tomorrow at Dally hotel to O. O.
Albert Pike Lodge No. 60 A. F.
and A. M. Meets second and fourth
Wednesday of each month at Mwon-
Harper S. Cunningham W. M.
Teague Ray Secretary.
Guthrie Lodge No. 2 A. F. li. A. U.
Regular meeting third Tuesday ev-
ening in each month at 8 o'clock. All
brethern cordially invited to attend.
George M. Green "W. M.
E. M. Bamford Secretary.
Guthrie Lodge No. 426 B. P. O. E.
meets the second and fourth Friday
lneach month in K. of P. Castle Hall.
L. Q. Nlblack E. R.
F. B. Lucas Secretary.
Woodmen of the World Guthrie
Camp No. 3 meets every Tuesday 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. F meets first and third Tuesday at
7:30 In tho Odd Fellows' hall in the
Weinberger building. Visitors wel
P. M. L. Hay N. G.
Kate M. Wethy Secretary.
Guthrie Lodge No. 3. I. O. O. F.
meets Monday night of each week at
7:30. Visiting Odd Fellows always
a. w. puise n. u.
G. W. Bruce Secretary.
Oklahoma Encampment No. 1. I. O.
O. F. meets every Thursday night of
.' K. Abbott C. P.
H. A. Herwlg Scribe.
I. O. 71. M. aieeta every Tuesday
night In K of P. ball. Visiting chiefs
Frank B. Sarber Sachem.
H. C. Barney Chief ot Records.
Guthrie Lodge No. 2 K. of P. meets
every Thursday at 8 p. m. In their hall
in the Victor block coraor First and
Harrison. Visiting Knights are al
A. O. Baldwin 0. C.
J. Foucart M. of F. andK. of R. S.
Guthrie Lodge Uo. 1. A. O. U. W.
meets Thursday evening ot each week
at 7:30 in tho Victor block corker
First and Harrison. Visiting Work-
men always welcome
Harry Overbay M. W.
C. R. Wilder Recorder.
Quthrle Commandory No. I Knights
Templar meets every Wednesday
evening at 7:30 at their Asylum In
the Masonic temple. Visiting Sir
Knights always welcome.
Jno. Ransom Kammllt E. C.
E. M. Bamford Recorder.
Hartranltt Post No. 3 G. A. R.
meets on first and third -Fridays in
each month at 7:30 p. m- in hall over
Spencer's Hardware store. Visttrag
comrad.es always welcome.
thejM. L. Mock E. P. Burlltigame
I Adjutant Post Commaader.
in the City and Ice Cold
206 w. Oklahoma Ave.
Whatever the decorative requirements may be "we
have the wall paper for each condition.
Paper for the office the parlor the hall the kitchen
in.the proper design and color.
The right quality at the right price.
Our wall papers always answer all demands.
The designs this season are by far the choicest and
most desirable we have ever had on our shelves.
See our window display.
.KJilSXX'0bXXCl. & Pednfccf.
mw.HAMisoNAVE. Wholesale (Si Retail PH0NEt"
A Colorado Summer.
The Santa Fo has issued a new edi
lion for 1902 of its book entitled "A
Colorado Summon" A big edition has
been printed for Eastern circulation.
Besides a description of Colorado b
principal resorts there are chapters
devoted to camping out fishing and
hunting also an article on Salt Lake
City all profusely illustrated.
Tho summer service of the Santa
Fe to Colorado will bo bettor than
ever this soason. In addition to stand-
ard and observation Pullmans' and
commodious chair cars the Colorado
trains will be equipped with new day
coaches each seating eighty persons
and furnished in luxurious style.
The Santa To will have in effect
about tho same low rato arrange-
ments to Colorado and Utah as last
year except that there will be no rate
New York Backet
GEORGE H. KING. Prop.
115 W. Harrison Av Guthrie Okla.
Fourth of July Headquarters
; Low prices to make glad your pocket books!
The American Eagle screamed with delight when the
Racket man opened the way to Young Johnathan to
celebtate aud make glud with enthusiastic patrotism
the National Day dear fo all hearts at a minimum
cost to father and' mother and himself. 1600 bunches of
the largest and best 10c kind of sure to go fire crackers j
at 4J cents a bunch. Navy Cap Pistols at 4 cents each. '
Cans 4 cts. a dozen boxes
4 cts. a dozen. Roman Candles at 1-8 usual price. Novel- I
ties introduced for the first time in Guthrie. The i
RACKET man is prepared to figure with with parties
at wholesale prices on Fireworks in any quantities
See Our Show Window
Hew York Racket
GEORGE H- KING. Proprietor
115 West Ha-rrisorv Ave. Guthrie O. T.
higher than one fare plus $2 and o
certain days the faro will bo eve
lower. Theso cheap rates and fir
service will attract thousands to tfc
Rockies when hot weather sets In. j
SUMMER SESSIONS EDU
Chicago and St. Louis.
For the above occasion we will sc
tickets to Chicago and SL Louis ai
return at rate of ono fare plus $2.0
Tickets on sale June 16th 17th 21
and 24th with final return limit
Sept 15 1902. Continuous passage
A. J. Corklns Agent!
Subscriptions for all mngarlnes ail
papers received at publishers' price!
! t Llllie's Book Store.
fenny jroous z tor ic. v jacs i
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