The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 173, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 27, 1907 Page: 4 of 8
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THE t-EADER GUTHRIti OKLA. ' WtflE8DAY MARCH 27' 1W7.
AY LESLIE G. NIBLACtf.
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HOTlGfl TO SUBSCRIBERS.
In tho cvont of deliver' being Im-
perfect or papers being rolled twist-
ed or mutilated subscribers aro urged
to mako Immediate complaint to tho
business office In person by 'phono
or by mall. '
-WEDNESDAY. MARCH 27 1007.
Tho Leader Is authorized to an-
nounce tho candidacy of tho following
gonllcmen for tho offices indicated
subject to tho action of tho Demo-
For United States Senator:
Roy V. Hoffman of Chandler.
Robert L. Owen of Muskogee.
M. L. Turner of Oklahoma City.
8. M. Rutherford of Muskogee.
Dr. M. A. Kelso qf Enid. '
Tho. Doyle of Perry.
For Lieutenant Governor:
George W. Bellamy of El Reno.
C. S. Gllkerson of Elk City
For Stdto Treasurer:
J. A. Menefee of Caruegle.
C. M. Howe of Arapaho.
Rebert Dunlop of Kay county.
For Stato Superintendent:-
8 M. Barrett of Lawton.
Robert L. Knle of Cordcll.
For Sccrolary of Stato:
Wm. Cross of Oklahoma City.
For State Auditor:
Augustus E. Ivey of StUlwoll.
O. A. Brewer of Alfalfa county.
For Supremo Judge:
A. J. Rlttenhouse of Ghandlor.
For Attorney Genorat: "
S. P. Freellnn. of Shawnoo.
Chas. West of Enid.
For Clerk Supremo Court:
E. C. patton of Tishomingo.
For Railroad Commissioner:
--w a Klly of Blalno county.
J. P. Roetzel of Watongu.
DEMOCRATIC CITY TICKET.
Mayor John W. Duke. '
City Clerk Sam Smith.
Police Judge Frank Olsmlth.
City Attornsy Gustave Erixon.
City Treasurer J. 8. Gladlah.
Street Commissioner W D. Will
Chief of Police John Cates.
City Awessor C. D. Foster.
Treasurer School Board Lymon J
' vaMrM- - &m mr&
I City Council.
First Ward Jake Bachtold.
Second Ward Chas. Adler.
Third Ward Chas. McNulty.
Fourth Ward W. E. Ernest.
Fifth Ward J B. Kllnk.
First Ward Dr. 8. W. McFarland.
Second Ward G. A. Hughes.
X'tlrd WardHimry E. Derwln.
Fourth Ward W. J. Barnhart.
Fifth Ward Dr. J. F. Kellogg long
term; G. W Ball short term.
4 Steady improvement heuts flta and
The best things In all ages havo
'i no npvw constitution proves
own Mbrlh fori close inspection.
' Dr Oil:
big Vine streot hole
No objection et offerod to tho new
constitution affects anything vital to
ij If you become hungry f.
between meals a few
will give Comfort and
; 5 'f Xkpr?s a Reason"
Tho splendid rally of Democrats al
Tulsa strikes tho first note In thu
paeati of -victory.
The constitution Is Rood chough If
only men will live up to tho letter
and spIrH of It.
Tho objections to the constitution
are minor ones nnd have to bo mag-
nified to mnko a showing.
One of the first nets of tho admin-
istration two yenrs igo was to cut off
$100 per month on useless employees.
One newspaper paragrapher says
when all tho subscriptions are paid
then lot tho comet bump. Ho will bo
ready to go.
Two years ago a clean white busi-
ness administration of city affairs
Was promised. That promise has been
Tho people who fear tho power of
tho new railroad commission simply
fear tho power and senso of Justice of
the people of Oklahoma.
Tho Republicans over In Greer
county must be boosting themselves
by tho bootstraps. Tlioy have actual-
ly hal tho ncrv to nominate a city
ticket In Mangum.
What political party was It that
won for Guthrlo the namo of "Llttlo
Africa?" If that is tho name this city
wants to do business under then sup-
port that party and tnke tho conso-
ouonces. This city hns made large gains In
Us cash tesorvc. The people havo
some mohoy. If this Is used for sub-
stantial lncomo produoini; business
all will bo veil. If it la squandered
by wild cat llnnncc nnd heay taxes
all will be wrong.
It took several years to convince
all tho original thirteen states that
tho United StatOH constitution would
lo at all. They all fetl In line how-
over nnd nftorward dlsrovored that
It was tho greatest document of all
Impartial Judges all over tho city
predlct success for tho Democratic
ticket In the coming election Dis-
content is rife with the Republican
administration especially with the
tax assessor's office. Tax assess-
ments practically amount to confisca'
tlou with the small property holder.
In many Instances property Is assess-
ed at twice what It will bring la the
market and tho taxes collected from
It Is a levy of fifty per cent of lis
earnlug rapacity. Muskogeo Times-
Democrat Just the wny the Republican admin-
istration two years ago served
DUKE MADE FRIENDS
Mayor DuUo has been oho of tho
most popular mayors tho city hns
evor had. Ills popularity has not
been confined to Democrats bt't has
hlvwaya atood well with conservative
Republicans. While he Is a Demo
crat pvro and simple and Is proud
of hla politics he has not carried them
to Improper hounds In his administra-
tion of tho affairs of tho capital city.
This has beon a mattor of not? among
Republicans as well as Democrats.
Tho simple truth Is that Dr. DuIip
has been mayor of the whojo city and
not mayor of somo faction or some
part of tho people Hence his popu-
larity. It was fortunate for tho oapttal city
that during tho meeting of the state
constitutional convention he hold the
hoys of the city and gracefully extend-
ed to the delegates overj facility
within) his power even to tho extent
of moving the mayor's office and
nearly all tho other city offices out of
the city hall and turning them all ovor
to tho convention.
By thlB and many other acts of
roiirtcby ho won tho esteem of tho
delegates both as an officer nnd an
Individual. This Is attested by the
fact that ouo of tho last acts of the
convention was a voto of thanks to
$!& JQ foreign i2SPtaUty .and.
good treatment during their long stay.
That tho mayor did mako friends
for tho city at a very crucial time In
Its hlHtory Is no small point In con-
sidering tho valuo of his services
Friends aro an essential hi tho growth
and development of any city but thoy
become an aliHOluto essential In nno
that Is n candldato for stato honors
If Dr. Duke had performed no other
servlco than this ho would morlt the
everlasting good will and commondi-
tion of tho whole people rogardloss of
party. This to him. however. Is only
ono of tho flnwors of his administra-
tion ; tho solid work of conservative
flnauco sound businoss and proves
alvo Improvement havo been tho real
features that have entitled him to he
knowm as "the business mayor."
No ono hns ns yot had tho nervo to
mention anything that Barnes evor
did for tho city that In any way tend
ed to advanco tho host interest of tho
people. It may bo truo that ho "did
thlngB" but the mention of all of them
would greatly grutlfy the people.
The people that havo trlod the
hardest to nnd out what he did only
discover that ho was a first class
money eponder and could spend more
mouoy and have lw to Bhow for It
than any man that over hold tho posi
tlon of mayor. That is just what ho
would do again u g"eu tho oppor-
tunity. The people of this city do
not need to he told this. They know
It of thPir own knowledgo If thore
uro nowcomors who d9 not know U
ftHUliJoni lmtulro or their neighbors
TlluwrftRo man van easily recall
a couple of thlngB of a negatlvo sort
tbatfrl&ruea did. Vhon given an op
porumlty to sign an ordtanco passed
by tho council providing for cheap
natural gas for the city ho did voto
tho ordinance and drlvo.out tho bus I
ness liion who sought to put Guthrlo
iiii a plane with othor cities In the
matter of natural gas. The natural
Hon. Wm. G. Hunter Uses
Peruna As a Family
WHEN a man of undoubted ropnta-
tlon comosout squaroly in public
print giving unqualified endorsement to
b household remedy there must be some-
thing gonuino to account for it.
Hon. W. G. Huntor of North Caro-
lina woll-known in Washington and
throughout tho Southern States says ot
Poruna that ho regards it as tho greatest
family medicine evor discovered.
Ho does not hesitate to say that
Pcruna invigorates and gives fresh
strength to mind and body.
Such testimonials as this ought to
mako Poruna popular.
No advertising known to the arts of
man no commercial management could
ever raise Poruna to such a high stand-
ard of appreciation as the frank and un-
qualified statements of such inon.
reruns Is an
off colds and re-
lieves catarrh in
A Reliable Remedy
all its forme and phases.
By ridding tho system of Catarrh it
cleanses tho body of tliObo conditions
which Invito chronio diseases.
Cold Affected Hcjd Throat and Lungs.
Mr. Matthew O'Haro 115 William St.
Fall Itlver Mass writes:
"About four yoars ago I consulted a
physician to got relief from a cold
which had stopped up my head and nleo
settled on my lungs resulting in ca-
tarrh and also throat difficulties.
"He gave mosomo medicine but four
months faithful uao of tho samo did mo
no good. I then tried othor doctors- but
it was Just tho samo.
"So 1 decided to try Poruna and after
using two bottles my lungn began to
heal I did not cough nearly so much
and slept better.
"In six months tho cough catarrh
and throat difficulties wero all cured.
"I was pleased with the result and
wish to wrlto you of It. Seven bottle
of Peruna cured me. "
A. L. Hewitt J. P. West Berlin Vt.
writes: "1 am happy to bo able to write
you this lcttor In relation to what your
Peruna has dono for my family.
"When I broughttheflratbottlohomo
I found my wife and daughter both
slek my wife with Indigestion and my
daughter with a severo cold. They
wero both cured.
"I am willing to state that Pornna
taken In tho beginning will euro the
worst cold In 21 to 80 hours."
gas went elsewhere nnd Guthrlo took
u nap on $l.t& city gas.
Tim again tho averngo tax payor
cm recall tho "Katy" railroad tax levy
whoreln a tax was levied on tho peo-
ple to finish piylng for getting a spur
of that lino from Fnllls to Guthrlo
nnd that too. in view of tho $50000
already paid by tho subscribers and
tho promiao ot the road to run the
main lino to Guthrlo. Tho tax payors
rebollcd against this and enjoined tho
tax nnd the court s-usUilnd the peo
"There would no something doing
If Barnes was mayor." No doubt of
that. Tho people would bo kept busy
that Is certain. As to whother tholr
employment would bo lucrative to
themselves that Is quite anotuor
There aro n large number of Hq
nhbllsnn editors who aro waiting for
the assembly of solons from ovor tno
tonitory to tell them how to write
about tho constitution. They expect
tho coming assombly of moguls to In-
struct as to whether they shull advise
tholr readers to Mto for tho consti-
tution or to vote against It.
Thoso remarks do not apply to n
large number of Republican editors
who havo opinions of their own and
dare express them. Of course as soon
ns tho solons do assemble nnd In-
stinct them as to whnt position thoy
shall tako they will bo oxn'ected to
firoTnpt! jWakc 'b1icl?h'llHbWha-vo said
and go for or against tho constitu-
tion according to tho edict thnt shall
go forth. And most of them will do it.
Thnro aro a good many voters In
that pirty who aro waiting with hands
to their oars to hear whnt tno bosses
will say and then poor nouls. they
will shout thomselvos hoarso saying
"Them's my sonllmonts too."
Bu tho point whore tho bossos will
fall flown very hard Is thnt thoro aro
' very largo numuor oi goon uepuu-llcans-
who havo a thinking depart-
ment ot tholr own and bonio rights
and Idoas of tholr own which thoy
lll voto to sustain.
Those moil vory largoly aro thoso
who will refjso to turn down stato-
hood and the constitution. Thoy havo
road or will ruad tho constitution
and wilt tlnd that on iho whole it is
i really first clasa document and thoy
vill vote to adopt It boas or no 1oub
Moantlme thore aro a lot of knock-
rs that aro not bravo enough to nn-
iounro themselves for or against the
constitution which Is the only propo-
sition beforo thorn and confine their
attention to running It down and dis-
torting Its provisions while thoy aro
waiting for shouting and voting In-
itructions from tho assembly of
solons. And this in free America!
o o o o oo O0Tb o o"o o o o o
O COMMENTS ON O
O THE CONSTITUTION. O
Mountulu View Tribune- Tho Guth-
rie Leader's special edition last Satur-
day -did Itself proud with a sixteen
ntjeo write up of tho constitution aud
l(s members using two whole pages
Ts an act of court-
to servo l'abat Iiluo ttb)
Beer doliciouB pt
ing refreshing ai '.
Injj food. 1
by phonlnu No. 25.
Cough Colds Catarrh
Rolieved By Pe-ru-na
Hon. Wm. G. Huntor ox-momber
North Carolina Legislature writes
from tho Census Ofilco Building Wash-
ington D. O. concerning Poruna:
"The greatest family medicine
ever discovered In my opinion
which comes from experience as
well as observation Is Petuna. The
most common attllctlon to human-
kind Is a had cold. Peruna drives
It out ot doors wards oil catarrh.
Invigorates and gives fresh strength
to mind and body. I give Peruna
my unqualified endorsement."
Mr. G. W. Taylor Clondenln W. Vs.
"I think that Poruna is the greatest
lonlo that was evor put on tho market.
For several years my eyes hothored me
so much. Tho pain was so sovero some-
times I would think they would surely
burst out of my head.
" tried Pcruna and Manalln end am
to-day a well man. nm sure T should
havo died had it not boon for Dr. HRrt-
man's wondorful medicine rerunn."
Such tfi 'mony as tho abovo has
given P "i r. high standard In the a-
ttmatloc iu public
O Guthrie may bo nnro ot ono O
tljng whatever elso may bo un- O
O certain: should slip return to no- O
O gro domination In politics nlio O
CI will loso ttie stato cnpltal In 1013. O
O PeopIesProgrcss Stillwater O
CI March 21 . O
O - A1 O
i'"m " i " "
for photographs of tho delegates
whirh wo aro are going to pas'e on
the wall obovo our desk.
Hnghos County Trlbuno: After be-
ing In labor (it Guthrie nearly llvo
montliB tho convention was delivered
of n constitution. Many times dining
that period the gravest apprehension
was felt and up to tho lnst moment
the outcomo.was In doubt. At ono
stage the convention was threatened
With twin constitutions tho prognosti-
cation being based on the theory ot
heredity twin territories twin .con-
stitutions. It proved to Lo a false
nlnim howovor and It la given out
nnthorltatlvely that but pno constltu-
tjon will bo presented at the ceremony
of adoption on August Cth. Friends of
the famllv aro loud In tholr praises or
nnd unstinting In their professions of
loyalty to the young son. But thero
are thoso who say It Is not what It
should be; that It has the sniffles mid
bus peculiar markings the most piom-
lnent of which Las tho outllno of a
Jim Crow. Thoso Ill-natured remarks
iro attributed to poor relations who
recognize in Iho tiQWcomcr u barrier
to their ambitious expectations. Ono
of thorn 1b quoted as saying that
though Col Teddy 13 somo fond of
rreaks himself ho will not stand spon-
sor for this one Anyway when nil Is
bald wo have a constitution and that'H
what the peoplo wanted.
Always Keeps Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy in His House.
"Wo would not ho without Cham-
berlain's Cough Romedy. It Is kopt
on hand continually In our homo'
nays W. W. Kearney qdltor of tho In-
dependant Lowry City Mo. That 13
jusl what ovory fnmly should do.
Whon kopt at baud roady Tor iustnnt
use u cold may bo checked at tho out-
set and cured In much loss tlmo than
aftor It has become settled In tho sya
torn Thlj romedy is also without n
peer for noun In ohlldrou and will
provont the attack when gtven as
soon aB tho child' becomes hoarse
or oven after tho croup appears
which can only -ho done when the
remedy is kept nt hand. For salo bv
F. B. Lllllo & Co
The Whitney Bloscopo Co. that
comes to tho oporn house tonight will
show the first authoutlc moving pic
tures of the San Francisco earthquake
aud Are. Tho city will be shown In
UamoB as vlowed from tho hill tops
during the groat conflagnatlou. Num-
erous othor Bcenes will show the ter-
rible havoc wrought by tho earth-
quake and tiro. Don't fall to sco this
tho most thrilling spectucle ovor wit
IN. I '
MUST PAY OR GET OFF.
Conductors HaVc a Rbjht to Eject
Passengers Says Federal Court.
St. Louis; Mo.. March 27. Tho Unl-
Jted States court of nppoals la aa
GOOD GOODS AND LOWEST PRICES
Renfro s Motto
We always give you the worth of your money. We make.'f
our own prices. We do not allow the Drug Trust of Guthrie
to make them for us.
We are Making Special Run on
Wall Paper and Paints
Wc pay no rent no interest and take th j discounts so tbcre is no reason' why we can
ell yon goods for less money than the other fellow.
Come Ok.nd sco us We will tread yovt'rlyht
C. R. RENFRO
O Tho Republican party of Okla- O
O homa must not play tho baby act O
O any longer. It must tako up tho O
O whlto man's burden 'and decide O
O what should he done. Wo can O
O not play fast and Iotiso good O
O Lord and good devil now. Busl- O
O ness l?' business Wo must bo O
O for tho consufcutron and for all It Q
O Implies. " l!hd' statute vagalnsl O
O further fooling has run.. It ex- O
O plred this aftrnoo.. if no cog O
O broke. Enid Hagle ( Republican) O
(Ji March IS. O
Jplonlon reversing tho decision of the
ederal courta of Indinn Territory in
the diinngo suit of W. H. Smith
against the Missouri Kansas & Texas
Railway company ruled today that
he refusal of a pasaengcr to pay faro
on n railroad train makes hlth sub
ject to ojectjncnt regardless of
whether he later changes his mind.
' Smith was nut oiT a train ne-ir
Thayer I. T after having rofused to
pay his fate nnd despite the ofror of
another passcugor to pay Snilth'u
Afflicted With Rheumatism.
"I was and am yet afflicted with
rhoutnatism." Bays Mr. J. C. Bayite
editor of tho llorohl Addlugton. Ind-
ian Torrltorv "hut thanks to Cliuin-
borlnln's Pain Balm am able onco
moro to attend to business. It Is tho
best of liniments." If troubled with
rheumatism give Pain Balm a trial
and ;tu arc certain to bo moro than
pleased with the prompt rePof which
It affords. One application lollcvcs tho
pain. For salo by F. B. Lllllo & Co.
DEFENDS THEIR RIGHT TO FIGHT
Armed Intervention by United States
Denounced by South Ameri-
Boonos Ayres March 27. The
Pronsn speaking of tho proposed In-
tervention of tho Unlt-d States and
MoxI:o to stop tho Central American
Any armed Intervention In tho
struggles between American coun-
tries amojutH to a limitation of sov-
ereignty. Tho weakness of a country
docs not authoilze tho powers to vio-
late tho principles ot International
law. Therefore lonly friendly media-
tion can be pralBcd uovor armed In-
tervention. Don't Complain
If your chest pains and you nro un-
lblo to sleep becauso of a cough. Buy
a bottlo of Balard'B Horohound Syrup
and jou won't havo any cough. Gut
a bottlo now und that cougu win noi
last long. A euro for all pulmonary
diseases. Mrs. J. Galveston. Texas
writes: "I can't Bay enough for Bat-
lard's Horohound Syrup. Tho relief
it haa given mo la all thnt Is nec?
sary for mo to say." Sold by C. It.
NOW IS THE TIME TO
SPRAY YOUR FRUIT TREES
Fruit and Truck Growers can increase their crops and get tfETTER
aud LARGER FRUIT by sprayinir with
5 Swift's Arsenate of Lead
Superior to anytbfoff yet discovered. We have it
Coper Sulphate. Lime and Paris
206 West Oklahoma.
Best Place of All.
Whei tired go homo. When you
want consolation go homo. When yoll
want fun go home. Whop you want
to show othors that you haVc reformed
go home and let your family got ne
qualnted villi tho fact. Wntn yon
wautto show yoursolf a tho very best
fco'home and do tho act thero. Wlior
you feel like bolng extra liberal go
home and practise on your wlfo nnd
child tec first. When you want lo
shine with moro brlllancy than usual
go home and light the whole housa-
hold. Homo is the best place of all
Bt Paul Journal.
HEADLESS YET ALIVE.
Inwcti Tluit Continue to CxUt Aftrt
Must persons of nn observing turn of
mind aro aware of tho fact that there
nio sovcrnl species of Insects that will
continuo to llvo without seeming Incoii'
venlenco for somo time after decapita-
tion exact knowledgo ou the length f
time which tho various species of In-
Beets would burvivu "uch mutilation
being somewhat vngue.
Professor Concatrlnl onco undertook
a scries of expl'tlraetts'.wlth a vlow of
determining that and other facts In re-
latlou to tho wonderful vitality of such
creatures. In each case the head was
smoothly removed with a pair of thin
blndetl forceps und when spontaneous
movements of tho wings nud legs ceas-
ed ho employed sundry irritating de-
vices such as pricking suucezlug and
blowing tobacco smoke over tho Insect
As n result of theso experiments he as
certalned that members of tho bcctls
family nt onct- showed signs of suffer-
big; while such ns huts bees wasps
etc. remnlned for hours unaffected.
Somo which seemed stunned from th
effects of the operation recovered nftei
a tlmo nud continued to live and enjoy
a headless existence for bevcral days.
Butterflies and moths seemed but little
affected by the guillotining proicss. nnd
tho common files (diptern) appeared to
regard tho operation ns a hugo Joke.
"The common house fly" said the ex-
pcrlmintcr "appeared to be In full pos-
session of his senses (rather paradox-
ical when in 'all probability tho ca-
nary had swallowed head sense nnd
all) thirty-six hours after being oper
The bodies of somo species of butter-
files survived ns long ns eighteen days
nfter tho bend had been removed but
tho head Itself seldom showed signs of
lifo longer tlinn six hours after decapi-
tation. In tho general summary of
these huge experiments we nro Inform
ed that tho last signs of life wero man-
ifested either In the uilddlo or Inst pair
of legs and thnt tho myrlopods showed
great teuncity of llfo "and appeared
wd oily Indifferent to tho loss of their
DRUG (i STORE
Orchid Crave In Oilman Bocletr
Interest inorchlds Is: growing to such
an extent In social circles In Chicago
that It seerad other blooms will stnnd a
nllm chance of being used for decora-
tions this season. Mrs. Pullman Is an
enthusiast nnd hns an orr.bld collec-
tion which for cost Ica.veH'a stable hf
thorougljbreds In the shadej' This yeni's
flower show'of the Hortfqulturrtl soje-
ty promises to' bo -the finest thnt cj
has had. nnd treasures In the orchid
lino will be displayed. Mrs. Pullman
Buys that for the pollen dust of soro
of Imr rnro varieties of orchids she has
paid as high as several thousand do)
lnrs nnd she expects thore will be
great Interest when soma of her plant
Mlnli.-cr Could Not Co to a Maine
Heme Bccau'ic of Quarantine.
Autvrii Me. March 27. It bolng
impossible for a minister to visit
their homo beca 'so of dlphthdrla
thnro. Mr. and Mrs P. W Sturtevnnt
of A lib -ni originated tho id a of bold
Ing funeral servlcea over the telo
phone. Wirrcn. their 2-year-old hop
died Fan.rllay df diphtheria. A llttlo
girl was taken III with tho samo ills
eaiK prove it l.ig tho funilnitlon of
the- house anil the icmoval of tho
quarantine? 'tA -MnMatsU pastor of
tho Cctirt Streotr-Prc- Baptist church
offlc'nt' d today at f ho novel service.
You will do belter work for
a cup of fragrant delicious
ARIOSA Coffpc-rand you
will rest better afterWafds.
Cuts your coffee bills about
Sold in one pound packages
only scaled for your protection.
' Loose coffee isn't the same-
it may be dusty dirty and bad
for your stomach and nerves.
Comr with !! requiremtnu cl the Nt-ont) Put
Food Law. Guuinln No. 204 1 tW l Wiuiv
in any amount
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The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 173, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 27, 1907, newspaper, March 27, 1907; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc76712/m1/4/: accessed January 25, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.