The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 117, Ed. 1, Wednesday, June 1, 1904 Page: 4 of 8
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THE LEADErT aUTHME OKLAHOMA WEDNESDAY JUNE 1 1804.
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BY LESLIE G. KluLACK.
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WEDNESDAY JUNE 1 1904.
Miss Roosevelt wll.
vouch for St.
Something Interesting could bo said
In n political platform about watered
Happily Gen. Ma can not read all
the newspaper jokes of which he Is
the innocent cause.
George Gould It Is reported will try
for a seat In congress. Helen Gould
would get more votes.
"St. Louis relative answered your
letter yct7" Is a query appearing in
some cynical newspapers.
Milwaukee is talking of establishing
a. municipal ice plant. This is Intend-
ed as a cold deal for the ice trust. '
England and Franco have Riven ttie
fhvifse beiiigernc bogy ratio In
Ri:s'h. u Jab fiom which It Is n t
likely to recover.
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Senator Quay was not one of Sen
ator D&pew s young men who are
content to make the reputations of
Tho Canadian house of common
Isub turned down a government owner-
ttbip proposition. But then the (Un-
ui.I:r nlwnyu were u canny lot.
"Reggie" Vanderbllt'B efforts to
avoid being a witness in tho Canfleld
case Indicate that he knows something
ubout which he would rather not speak.
Seuator Burrows says that tho "Re-
publican nntlonnl platform will not bo
written by one mnn." But Senator
Lodge says that ho has alrontly writ-
Franco is said to huvo 11.500.000 In-
vested In Russia. It Is to be hoped
that the French woro too prudent to
Invest muoh of this amount In Rus-
The Russian railroad in Manchuria
Booms to be having the samo kind of I
trouble with the Chinese bandits tht j
an American railroad
has with the
Comrade Walters of Pittsburg who
danced un the stars and bars to show
his loyalty to tho Stars and Stripes
Bhould hasten to catch up with the
spirit of tills later day.
It Is believed that tho only thing
which prevents Great Britain from
taking charge of Morocco after the
actions of the bandits is tho fact that
ruutu IMS u.rvuu lunuu uiwrc.
A Rt Pnff.rHhni-1!- Plrniilnr .iniinnnona
that submarlno boatB aro the "Idoal
defenslvo craft required by a specific
power like Russia." This must havo
been written by a practical joker.
The Carnogio 15000000 hero fund is
now on tap. Hero Roosevelt Is doubt-
less of the opinion that this Is Just the
size of the pile needed to assure his
election to the presidency as a reward
lor his heroism nt Kettle Hill.
There is no Substitute for
it Sm m Matter of Hmmtth
The Japanese are usWg a bullet
which Russian surgeons are nld M
These bitlleU "Inflict a small clear
wound though thy possess good lrj
ping effect" A Russian captain was
struck 20 times in one of the Yalu river
encounters but will recover. Several
gmiiiefs whose Intwllne wore plerctd
Tin object Is not to kill but to stop
Despite tfio love of war which still
prevails In lighting circles the spirit
of humanity is finding Its way oven
into battlefields. Ingenuity is well
employed in such work and victory
will not be quite so deadly.
But when notions nt war are so
tender to one anothor war as a seri-
ous undertaking can not long hold its
place in the minds of serious people.
It 1b loo much like a test of endurance
between two angry citizens who bat-
ter one anothor lustily but would
shudder nt the thought of killing.
When bullets are made with humane
reference the foolishness of fighting
becomes apparent. A court of arbi-
tration can accomplish every object of
this altruistic war with none of Its
The endorsement of the Democracy
of Washita county of tho candidacy of
Judge Richard A. Blllups for national
committeeman places him actively in
the race for that honor. It Is a well
known fact that the western part of
Oklahoma has never hM either the
honor of national committeeman or
the nominee for delegate to congress
and judging by returns of the last elec-
tion it is evident that tho west side
is entltlod to somo recognition from
the Doniocracy of the territory.
Judge Billups Is a young man of
unquestioned Integrity nn exemplar
citizen and a zealous advocate of the
principles of Democracy. During his
residence of nearly six years In the
territory ho has never been absent
from a territorial convention or a
meeting of the territorial central com-
mittee. As a party organizer he has
few equalR and unhesitatingly re-
sponds to nil party calls with his time
and means. Ho Is well known through
out the territory having so. ved as
socrotary of the territorial central
committee for tho post two yoars and
so far as we have learned his services
have been entirely satisfactory. In
aspiring to tho hlghost honor within
tho gift of the partj we believe ho
irdfcsesfitls every oss'etidal qualification
that tho high position requires. He
entered this race at the earnest solic-
itation of Democrats from evory por-
tion of the territory and ho will go to
tho Anadarko convention with suffi-
cient strength tb elect him as we bo-
Hevo. on tho first ballot.
Wo again say to tho Democracy of
Oklahoma that If In their wisdom
they tee tit to bestow this high honor
upon our fellow cltisen. Hint tlieir
trust will never bo betrayed but will
ever bo guarded ns a sacred trust.
The president of a Chicago "get-rlch-qulck"
concern was roloasod this
week by the court aftor paying a flno
of $2(5.00. If he can only get rich ho
should easily be able to stay rich If
ho has to answer only to tho Chicago
TliiRsIa tWn nmhrn .- ihn rnnr
mat neutral pOWOrS UeSirO 10 Know
wnnt naS:t ot tho Asiatic coast has been
mined and intimates that there is
something unfriendly In the proposed
i Inquiry because it was not made until
I Japan had lost a number of ships. As
0ng as Russia destroyed Russian
ships in Russian harbors It was largoly
'a domestic affair but when desoructlon
( threatens neutral ships tho entire
; world becomes Interested and no more
so at St. Petersburg than at Tokio.
SPIRIT OF THE O
OKLAHOMA PRESS. O
Reno Globe: Canadian Dotnoc-
is for Hearst and they said it
no uncertain voice. The Kan
sas City and Chicago platforms are
irood enough for the Oklahoma Democ-
racy. Jefferson Review (Rep.): It looks
like Hon. Hdgar Jones of Guthrie was
in the lead for tho Democratic nom-
ination for delegate to congress. Ho
has been elected twice to tho legisla-
ture from a district when over half of
the voters are negroes.
Delegate McGulro is bofore the peo-
o o o
plo or OKianoma a cauuiuaio ior coii-g ir k
gross asking for re-election on Uw&b2qq$qq&$q&iqq&sqwqg&3&qz
strength of jutting sent out twice as
much garden seed as any other con-
gressman. If the people of tho ter-
ritory wanted nothing more than a
seed agent at Washington Mr. Mc-
Gulro would probably All the bill but
if they want a real live representative I
of their interests they will have to
look elsewhere. The people of the
territory are entitled to more than a
bunch of garden seed from their rep-
resentative. Watonga Herald: It seems quite
certain now that an attempt will be
made by tho old Cleveland appointees
in Oklahoma to send a Parker dele-
gation to St. Louis. Tho rank and lile
of tho Democrats of Oklahoma are for
.Hearst and a Parkor delegation would
by no moans represent Okluhoma
Democracy. If the voters of tho Dem-
ocratic party do their duty in select-
ing delegates to Anadarko there will
be no doubt about the complectlon of
the delegation to St. Louis. Hearst
should have tho Oklahoma delegation
because the people are for him.
Grant County News: It is clearly a
demonstrated fact that Edgar W
Jones is the only candidate seeking
the congressional nomination who has
the united support of his own county.
In Noblo county Doyle and Bowles are
fighting: in Oklnhoma county Cross
and Taylor; in Comanche Ross and
Gore; in Greor Mathews and Cross;
in Kingfisher Kano and Jones; In
Pottawatomlo Jacobs Is fighting Max
oy. At this distance It looks like
Jones will get tho nomination before
the 10th ballot. Tho Nows doos not
approve of the fight being made for a
west sldo man solely on tho grounds
that he Is a west sldo man. Nominate
the strongest man and there is no
question but that Jones Is the strong-
est. GLOBE SIGHTS.
An Atchison man rcaontly asked
a girl to marry him. She promised
but woman like refused to bo satis-
fied and asked him it ho had over lov-
ed any one else. To which he replied:
Yes dozens of them. Indeed to be
honest I would havo been married
years ago and not at liberty to love
you If something had not Interfered.
I beliove that you are tho third girl
to whom I havo been engaged and
you are the fourth I havo asked to
marry ma 1 shall neer love any of
the girls the way I loved tho first. You
are not as pretty as some I havo lov-
ed; neither are you as amiable but
my riper Judgment tells me that you
are sensible of good family a good
cook and will make a good wife. 1
love you as 1 said. I regret that
you are not original: a woman of any
originality would have shown It by re-
fraining to ask me the question I am
now trying to answer. I am an hon-
orable man and am curious to know
If my honesty will suit you.' Did it
Wc lonve you to guess.
There are two ways of making a
"kick". Say you have ordered straw-
it fries fir dluner sad they have not
arrived on time
grocer and oy: '
You call up the
Is this Mr. Smith
r. Joaec. I
ordered berries at your store early
this morning and the clerk promised
to deliver them at once. They have
not arrive! surt I ata expecting com-
pauv for dinner. Wlli you kindly at-
tend to it?-' The grocer will say that
Mrs Jones Is a lady and see that hei
berries are delivered v-t. once. But
Mrs ion- usually says: "What sort
Of th'.e; es have you at your store? die It.
e s 1 ordered this morning "
have not arrived. If you do not Intend The hardest work some men do Ja
ot send them. I want my money back. ' looking for a chance to put tho hlamo
in order that I may patronise an hon-jon the other follow
est store." The grocer will hate that!
woman as long as he Uvea and find ' It Is a good thlpg to remomber when
opportunity to "get even." And he aoaepting favors that the time Is 11a-
will not be any moro prompt In send- j hie to come when they will be thrown
inn un bor berries than he would be
In sending them to a lady.
There is nothing going on of an
amateur nature this week therefore It
We are closing it out come and get bargains -while they last.
We are Headquarters for Drugs Druggist Sundries Perfumery Fountain Syringes
School Tablets and everything in the Stationary line.
Get Our Prices For They Are
may bo safo to make an objection to
the encore in the first place it is not
sincere. In nine times in ten the
clapping that brings a performer back
If. .1.nn hu omalt ViftVCl whn tftMin tllOITI.
... wnv . . .
people do not keep awako and there
fore do not applaud. The parentB no
not clap thinking It would be In bad
taste to so publicly proclaim what Is
already so apparent: that their off-
spring did better thtn any one else on
the program and very good frlendB do
not clap for the same reason. It Is
all done by boys. Girls and boys
should therefore not let their heads
turn. The fact that they xere brought
back a second or third time Is often
due to a bet made by some little boy
In the back seat that he can bring
You often hear of town girls who
make a "record" by attending three or
four parties a day for weeks. Hero Is
a better record: Last week Misses
Coral and Birdie Demoret daughters
of J. M. Doraorot a market gardener
north of town planted five hundred
and fifty sweet potato plants In twenty
minutes. These young women arc
bring intelligent and educated; one
of them has taught school at Sumner
for two or three years. Their father
was behind with his work and thoy
wnnted to help him. Isn't It better to
help your father than pull him back
or annoy him?
When Max Frledenborg llvod In
Atchison he was as ugly a Dutch boy
as there was In town. He is In town
today and is positively goon looking.
He looks like a distinguished mnn o
some sort. He lives at Wlnfleld and
Is doing well with a drug store. He
is Coming in at four o'clock this atter-
noon after the paper Is off to give UB
an opportunity to hold his hand. Noth-
ing suits us better than to hear that
nn Atchison fellow 1ms done well.
We'll bet Max Frledenberg Is well
liked at Wlnfleld.
Tho lot of the rooster Is n particu-
larly unhnppy ono. He not only has
his head chopped off but Is carried to
the block hoad downward by the feot.
Looking at tho spring chickens in
coops in front of tho grocery stores.
Are thoy halt roosters and half pul
lets? No they aro all roosters. And
when a man buys one ho goes away
carrjlng his rooster by the feet with
his head downward a very uncomfort-
A young voman asks our Heart to
Heart department If she will be ox-
cused for chasing a young man Just a
little. She says sho loves him and de-
sires to show her preference. We
rather like to see a girl chase a Httlo:
we think she should at least show her
preference. But Edward Bok won
permit chasing In any degree.
IBvery summer we regret that wo
are not a woman: women put on sueli
linht puffy tilings In warm weataer
whereas a man Is compolled to wear
clothing Ut Is much heavier. Be-
sides a woman looks her best in sum-
mer ciotning wnue a man jooi: ma
When a man Is afraid of his wife
'a rabbit is bold In comparison.
We all "doctor too much. A good
doctor is a blessing but a poor one
is a curse.
When we see an article labeled
'Hands Off" we always want to ban-
"P to you
John Dunkln has 'folks" in 8t.
Louis hut will stop at a hotel when
he visits tlv fair. "We are even on
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What Is tho hardest work possible?
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from house to house and meets with
rebuffs and abuse and realizes that
when he does iiiako a sale he Is a rob-
ber: that is hard work.
This "nerve" we hear so much
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(New York Press.)
It takes ten times as long for a wo-
man to get old as for her children.
A woman with a good figure worries
mighty littlo about the fashions.
Sunday Is a good day for staying
tyome' without leillng WHir family
Bpow you'd rather he gbmo place olsa.
When a woman rides horseback
straddlewiso sh feels as natural as a
man who tries to climb -a rope in pet-
tlcoatB. IHther a woman is always waiting
for the time when her children will
get religion ot some unxnown rich
relative will leave them a fortune.
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