The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 92, Ed. 1, Monday, May 2, 1904 Page: 4 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA
MONDAY MAY 2 1904.
' BY LESLIE O. frmLACK.
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MONDAY MAY 1904.
THE COUNTY CONVENTION.
The Democratic county convention
heM Pat unlay afternoon wan perhaps
the nioBt representative gathering of
Democrats held In Gulhrlo for many
years The convention was -white
throughout entirely harmonious and
the delogntes buckled to their work
-Vrlth zeal and ardor. The platform
' adopted was Bonslblo and pertinent
and left no doubt as to the attitude of
Logan county Democraoy.
The statehood plank places the en-
emy where It bolongs. That the He-
publican party at Joss for solid
ground has deserted Its former stand
1 on the question of statehood Is a fact
patent to nil. Tho switch to the Ham-
ilton measure la a reversal of the Re-
publican position of two years ago and
a usurping of tho Issue mado by tho
Democratic party. There are some
features of the Hamilton bill that are
objectionable and do pot meet with
favor from the runk and file of Dem-
ocracy over tho territory. Thtso feat
ures however contemplate bitterly
partisan phases alono such as tho
suffrage clause and tho school land
exemption clause. However when the
chief tenets of the Hamilton bill are
thoroughly understood by Democrats
of tho territory there will be no lack
of warii-th In Its advocacy since as a
whole it merely roflects tho Enid plat-
form. The platform touchoB ably and
consistently all those questions which
will necessarily bo brought up for dis-
cussion tho coming campaign avfil on
which the Democracy of tho county
can wage an honost sincere and con-
The plank indorsing the candidacy
Ot Ei'gar W. Jones for congress. Is
den and ringing. Its tenor is n.i'is-
takable in pledging the county Dem-
ocracy to labor unoeasltiRly in bring
Ing about the nomination of the gnl
lant young Democrat Cnpt Jones. The
compliment is certainly n warm on a
nnil this unqualified action of this
county will causo many othr counties
In line up behind Logan Blnve Joix'k.
cheated by n fluke In the 13nid conven-
tion ha3 gradually grown In strength.
The convention was entirely har-
monious. Many misunderstandings
wet settled and when the meeting ad-
journed every phase of strife and
factionalism had been Bwept away.
Edgar Jones may well feel proud ot
tho confidence reposed ln him by the
Democracy of Logan county. At the
time of the Democratic county conven
tion. Mr Jones was HI in bod. but tho
expression of the rations of en-
dorscment for him could not havelwm.
wnrmer had Mr. Jones been prosent
and directed the spirit ot the con-
Waiving partisan feature th Ham-
Ilton statehood bill Is the Donloemtic
jilattorm adopted at Bnld two. year
There is no Substitute for
It im m Matter of Health
ago. The Republicans simply seek to
gobble tho Democratic platform and
evade the charge Of theft by giving
the bit a coat ot partisan kalsomlne.
A socialist Orator killed a pOUce-
man In a small Italian town where
upoa the police fired Into the crov
nnj kill twenty.three. Thus again
in It deirttuistra'tad that peace hath n?
vlctor'es more renovvnwd '-nan those cf
Thert 18 small seed for any olplo-
mntie nlllance between the United
States and Groat 'Brlfaln so long at
wa keep up a matrimonial alliance by
buying British woblemen for our
The latest political news from Mit-
sourl announces that " the conscience!
qf Missouri la aroused. Most of the
M'ssoarl office holder are with fear
and trembling looking forward to the
losing of iholr Jobs.
Hearst fcr president and J on 08 for
congress oucht to make a winning
Trustworthy statistics dcclaro that
the productive capacity of every Indi-
vidual American who Works has been
multiplied 125 times In the past cen-
tury by tho perfection of labor Bavlng
Government experts who compile In-
dustrial data assert that wealth Is in-
creased In America at the rate of $10
a day for every person who works.
Many trust managers now eliminate
consideration of workmen as Individ-
uals. The mechanic Is considered an
automaton a part of tho high speed
machlno and the longer It runs the
more profit Is made.
The mnnager of the Homestead (Pa.)
Boiling mills the armor plate factory
of the steel trust Bald In congress re-
cently "We hve only three laborers
In our mills tire water and electric-
ity."' "I And no difficulty In running my
newspapers and starting new ones on
the eight hour day" said Representa-
tive William Randolph Hearst in con-
gress. "My establishments run twenty-four
hours n day but the Individ-
ual employees work only eight hours."
A congressional resolution to Inves-
tigate the beef trust brought out these
facts: Stock raisers get too little for
nnttl. f'ntiullTTinra nitv inn tnnMi tnr !
meat ranchers ure robbed by tho com-
bination which keeps down the price
of beef on the hoof retail butohcrs
cannot sell at a prollt dressed beef Is
higher than three years ago nnd the
producer gets less the cost of handling
meats from ranch to block Is reduced.
Who gets the benefit?
Voire SIicmv Popularity.
Election returns arc true measures
of a man's personal or political popu-
larity. In districts where all elements
of society are resldont the canvass
shows the esteem in which candidates
nre held. The Eleventh congressional I
dUtrlot of New York Is n typical rep-
resentative cosmopolitan community. I
Within Its boundaries is part of the
west side whoso residents work hard;
part of Fifth avenue where wealth
and ease abound nnd part of the
Broadway business section.
This Is the district that elected Wil-
liam Randolph Hearst as Its represent-
ative ln congress by the largest major-
ity ever given to n representative In
Greater New York. The figures are
Interesting. RepresentaUve Hearst re-J
celved 20053 votes. 10.112 more than
u.. ..v..u..vu vimpuucui. xuu uiuj
candidate for governor on the same
ticket would have elected a Demo-
cratic governor of the Empire state.
Mr. Hearst's majority was 0000 great
er than Mayor McClellan's one year
'"ter' an!? "f w:ne P"" Bve Mr.
Hearst 3.000 more votes than Judge
AUon n Parker nnd he .
tor La0 the advantage in tbot the Re-
publicans did not nominate ahy one
Hven the enemies of Benjamin B.
0(11I feel like pitying Wra when they
ie the desperate u ralu In which
Cha rmau Odell it put !n bio endeavor
ABOUT THAT COAT
You wear a coat. Why?
To keep the cold out ? No;
to keftp the warmth in.
What of the body that has
no warmth the thin poor
body that lacks the healthy
flesh and fat it needs ?
For such we say that Scott's
Emulsion provides the right
kind of a coat Why? Be-
cause Scott's Emulsion builds
firm solid flesh and sup-
plies just enough fat to fill
nature's requirements no
more. That means bodily
I We'll tend jot a nmple tree vfoa rtjt
SCOTT & BfiWHE. m Pead Stwt New York.
to defend the acts .of the. administra-
tion of Qovernor Odell.
llrr View of I.
Fie The wlfo of Professor Curie
mum do a rumnrKuuic woman. in-
stead of running around after bargains
nnd cheap fripperies she sat down by
her distinguished husband nnd helped
him discover radium.
She Did she? Poor woman! I've
no doubt she's so plain nnd unlnterest
Ing that dress can have no attraction
for her. Cleveland Plain Dealer.
"Did you fall through tho Ice. Ed-
die?" "Nnw you blame chump. I jlst went
In swlmraln' nn sttiyed too long an'
froze upl Dat's alll"--Chlcago Ameri-
can. The Spring Styles.
Sirs. Spenders I wonder what will
be tho popular stylos In bonnots this
Mr. Spenders My donr women's bon-
nets will be divided Into two stylos this
spring as usual the stylo you don't
like and the style I can't afford. Phil-
HE FAVORS JUDGE PARKER.
Indian Territory National Committee-
man Opposes Instructions.
'special to Dally Leader
Mu8kon.ee I. T. May
2. H. E.
Spauldlng Democratic national com-
mitteeman for Indian territory is op-
enly opposing the indorsement by the
territorial convention of any candi-
date for president. However. Mr.
Spauldlng says he Is personally ln
favor of Judge Parker and that he
believes Indian territory Democrats
generally aro Inclined favorably to-
ward the Now Yorker.
"If the eonvontlon Instructs at all
I believe It will go uuanlraously for
Parker" said he.
The convention will be held at Du-
rant June 16.
Judge Blerw made a masterly plea
;lr th Democratic convention Satur-
day for a tangible portion on state-
jbood. Judge Bierer very properly felt
(that the Democracy of Logan should
take the Initiative in this matter and
j carry a winning nsht to ine territorial
IcoavMiUofl. Yet a(t-r all statehood
j views throughout Oklahoma are so
divergent touehlng ways and means
I that only a dear expression can be
mined in a convention made up of
delegate from every coun.y of the
The manicure girl hag no use for ths
finger of scorn.
Call for Meeting of County
Members cf the Logan county
jjemooraua central committee are
! hereby called to meet In the city hall
tuumg. U'ltarie at l o'cloe p. m.
Saturday May 14 for the purpose of
! reorganization. Albert Ploeger
Election of Officers.
Yesterday waa the annual election
OX Wl UV TnH
in Guthrie Typographical union clr-
ICE GOLD DRINKS
Ice Cream and all of the Delicious
Drinks that can be had at a Foun-
tain will be found at
Renfro's Drug Store
206 W. Oklahoma Ave. Opposite Postoffice.
"I " '
cles nearly every active member ot
the craft under the Jurisdiction of
lwal No. 687 being present.
The follow' g officers wore elected
to servo for the ensuing twelve
President A. A. Dunnlca.
Vice president T. B. Blesh.
Secretary-treasurer N. A. Smith.
Recording secrotfliy W. A. Johnson.
Sergeant at arms A. V. Bowen.
llnlnsntn nnd alternate to Interna'
TvpograpnIcal ttnlon meet ln
1 . . . .... y w.. .
St. Louis Mo. AUg. 10 L. D. Jolly and
N. A. Smith.
See V. E. Dodson for fire and tor-
nado Insurance. Phone 34. 117 S. 1st
The liquid wonder of the vegetable
world Scotch Tone.
(Chfcago News.) '
A fool is more fooWeh today than ho
A woman sayjs more
when she kaepi silent.
If a man's mothor-in-law ao'e up it
te UBually Ills own fault.
Common sense Is probably so-called
becaim It isn't common.
The iceman and the qoalmaa both
snvttr by the thermometer.
Somehow a fool man usually man-
age to get & aens'ble wife.
Most of man's good resolutions are
made the following morning.
No man ever poses as a hypocrite
whon atone with his thoughts.
No girl !8
to baT eve that
marriage is a failure from hearsay.
Nothing lakas tho conceit out of a
young man like adoso of matrimony.
Bucket shops are places whoro men
exchange their barrels for bungboles.
No woman knows as much about
herself as her neighbors know about
A woman care's not who Is talked
aboui long as aho can do tho talk
After the matrimonial knot la led
there is alwaya a fighting chance for
Wo can't pronounco the Russian
defialticn for war but T'b synonymous
wtth Shcrman'a dafllnltkin.
About six months after the cere-
mony a bride begins to wonder If her
husband U really Uw men she mar
(Prom Atchison Globe.)
We are ea ly fooled
r onto a few
but at last we
You can't "do up'
ins about him.
your rival by ly-
It takes a mlgh y pretty woman to i
mak9 a wlnk look V-
The Kansas World's fair book Is out.
It won't Jar anybody off the Tiersh.
We never yet knew an old ma d
who owaed a diamond or pearl sun-
burst. Notice: Hereafter we intend to re-
' to Frederick Dumont Smith
Recently Barney Self in common
with others ot the Hebrew faith had
to live on unloavoned bread during the
season of penitence. A Gentllo be-
ns curious to
taste the bread got
w"116 fr0n Ben- ana ll waa En
i i i .l
THE BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE
is given the traveling public by the
Dervver Enitf & Gulf R. R..
Between Enid nnd Guthrie
Track as smooth as a ribbod. Equipments first
Cross Connections made with Rock Island and
Trains at Enid. If you go this way you can rest
you could not have gone a better route. : :
....COTTON SEED FOR PLANTING....
The most Prblific Variety Known-
Extra Early Maturing
Russell's Big Boll Extra Prolific
Car-load just received from Alexander City Ala. The
Genuine Variety Carefully Selected. Sound in three
Price $i.i5 per Bushel.
We have just planted 250 acres using this variety exclusively.
Bea.tty fZH Stubby
Cotton Merchants. Shawnee Oklx
The Missouri Pacific Railway
The favorite line between Kansas City and St. Louis.
Five trains daily each way; first class trains in every
respect and the fastest time. See that your tickets
read via the MISSOURI. PACIFIC RAILWAY.
The Sure way to Reach your Destination
quickly and with the Greatest Degree of Comfort.
Takes you direct to the World's Fair Grounds.
C. E. Styles A. G. P. A.
Kansas City Mo.
that be called on Seff to Inquire who
sold it being delirious of buying some
as a delicacy.
Alter ma p&iuee 70 he has to
travel at far to reoetve a eoznpUtnent
and baaa't the strength to dp It.
It'i pretty hard to plea a man
who combs long hair from the lde of
hla head over the bald fot on top.
Oo out to the woods these days. You
will find much to be thankful for; the
bird d&n't sing "Hiawatha" or Nav-
It Is difficult .to become a great
8ugr or paint a great plc'ure or be-
come a gre&t actor; but orlUoism is
An. AtebJwjn woman
novel that should sell
the viUUa by marrying him eff to the
After a time a man notices thai
when he talks to a woman about bis
hobbies she doesnt take her hands
from bar work while she HMena.
It Is claimed that the Igorote colony
of Filirlnos at St.
Louis killed and
e two doge yesterday wow air. ana
-in i m
t class. 1
E. E. Blackley T. P. A.
Mrs. Welnerwurst of Atchison will
enjay looking at this colony at tho
A man who had been Yory drunk
wakened up and saw an elephant In
his room. While he was trying to de-
vise a scheme to get rid of the ele-
phant the elephant backed out of the
So far we have road that nineteen
different men "were the "hero" on the
battleship Missouri. Still one man
to have prevented tho fool rapid firing
wo'ild have been better than tho nine-
An Atchison man dreamed for two
nights that he was about to marry a
(certain girl. Believing ln the super-
I stitlon that if the same dream occurs
is writing a three nights it will ccrae true ho sat
She puntsnes up all night the third night.
We -never thought It" of him hut Ab.
Harvey has dyed hte whiskers.
An Atchison man waa accused of be-
ing too fat. "That isn't fat" ho said
. An Atchison woman transgresses
.the bounds of custom by calling her
w uw ! uui rauune
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