The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 23, Ed. 1, Tuesday, May 28, 1907 Page: 4 of 8
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TUESDAY MAY 28 1907.
Tho Loader Is authorlozd to an.
aivnouTTCo tho candidacies of tho fol
lowing gcntlomcn for tho offices Indi
catcd subject to tho action of tho
For United States Senator:
C. M. Rutherford of Muskogee.
Rey'V. Hoffman of Chandler.
Robert L. Owen of Muskogee.
M. L. Turner of Oklahoma City..
T. P. Gore of Lawton.
Tor Congress First District:
W. L. Eagleton of Pawnee.
For CongrcRs.Sccond District:
E. T. Fulton of Oklahoma City
Th. Doyle of Porry.
Chat. N. Haskell of Muskogee.
Lee Cruce of Ardmoro I. T.
For LleutoBant Governor:
deerje W. Bellamy of El Reno.
For State Treasurer:-
David R Rankin of Lawton.
J. A. Menefee of Carnegie.
C. M. Howe of Arapaho.
Robert Dunlop of Kay county.
For State Superintendent:
Robert L. Knle of Cordell.
Evan Dhu Cameron of Sulphur
For Secretary of State:
Wffl. Cross of Oklahoma City.
Fo? State Auditor:
Augustus E. vey of SUllweU.
M. E. Trapp of Quthrle.
For Justice of tho Supreme Court
Third Judicial District:
B. B. Blakeney of Shawnee.
M. J. Kane of Kingfisher.
For Attorney General:
8. P Freellng of Shawnee.
Chas. West of Enid.
E. G. McAdams of Oklahoma City
Spencer E. Sanders of Kingfisher.
For Clork Supremo Court:
E. C. Patton of Tishomingo.
W. H. L. Campbell of Ada.
For State Mlno Inspector:
Petr Hanraty of McAloater I. T.
J. H Nc?dham of Wllburton I. T.
For Stulo Exnmonor nnd Inspector:
Luke Roberts of Olustco.
For Commissioner of Insurance:
J. D. Burke of Guthrie.
For Stato Charity Commissioner:
Kate Canard of Oklahoma City.
For Railroad Commissioner and Cor
po nation Commissioner:
W. RHKelty of Blaine county
J. P Roetzel of Watauga.
F. 8. Pulllam of Coyle.
J. J. McAlester of McAlostor I. T.
Chas. H. Pittman of Enid.
P. J. McGlnley of Norman.
Jacl; Love of Woodward.
S. A. D Allcott of Cement
W. H. Cllft of Hastings.
J. Y. Callahan of Knld.
t G. T. Fields of El Reno.
II. B Nelson ot Muskogee
A. P. Watson of Shawnee.
Jtof Slau. Labor Commissioner:
J S. Murray of Ernot I. T .
Charles Daugherty of Oklahoma City.
Tho Bankers' association struck tho
keynote wliun they demanded immedi-
ate Blnglo statehood.
Kansas City has gone on aa ele-
phant hunt. Tbcy want tho Repub-
lican national convention.
The lady bug prefors ther grenn bug
the fellow that is full of dough from
tlio wheat fields. Tho occurrence Is
Tho United States imported from
115000 bales of sea Island cotton pay-
ing therefor fifteen and throe-tenths
rents pur pound.
They liavo a gridiron dub over at
San Francisco where they fry mil-
JIOMires by the half-dozen Tne tost
of such a dish Is not stated.
General Korok! has produced a
pleasant feeling among the American
people whercevor ho has gone. Ho Is
a general In peace as well aa In war
Not Mir? linn. xvnr-1 nr urlUl.in r
the now Constitution is subject to the
jurisdiction or order or any court.
Their power stops short of ttio dice-
tloni ordinance which Is now law and
therefore to bo obeyed except so far
in coniuet wtu Foutrnl law.
McQulro has been nC persona
gratia at Washington over since ho
fooled tho wIko ones on tho political
complexion of Oklahoma. They re
gard hint ns n. fellow who obtained
goods rndtT false pretenses and will
not soot) trust him as a political
Tho Judicial arm of tho government
should not interfere with tho legisla-
tive or executive except upon a clear
enso of Illegal acta performed or
Immediately Impending or upon n re-
fusal to act and oven then the most
liberal construction should bo fol-
lowed. Tho bill making Oklahoma and
Indian Territory ono stale Indepen-
dent of Arizona nnd New Mexico was
killed In a Republican caucus of tho
House or Representatives two years
ago. Why not try them again? They
might do better noxt time. Docs tho
leopard frequently change his spots 7
Well tho whole truth of tho mattor
Is tho convention will reconvene and
a sonslblo constitution will bo pro-
mulgated the Republicans will put
out a ticket and wo will bo for tho
l-onstltuilon and single statehood.
Mountain Vlow Progress.
Tho present constitution Is" sensible.
Why not support that7
That was a pretty smooth trick on
tho part qf Uib people of Oklahoma to
elect a Republican dclegato and fool
lhoso wily old politicians ut Washing-
ton on the political situation In Okla-
homa. You may fool thorn once but
they nro not tho sort of tenderfoot
tht can be tukeu In on the same
game twice. Better take statehood on
A PIECRUST PROMISE.
Of all tho chimerical promises yet
made to Oklahoma by tho Republican
bosses tho promise of n now enabling
act within three months after tho re
jection of the constitution caps thorn
all. It la a pic crust promise and ut
In tho first piaco for what purpose
la this promise made? To secure
votes against tho constitution and to
delay statehood. Tho hopo ot this
Republican opposition to stnUhood Is
to nut Oklahoma under nnotn&Y term
of political tutelage at tho hands of
Federal appointees during which term
they hopo to make a Republican stato
out of It.
Very fow are so foolish as to think-
that three months Is tho contemplated
term- of school In storo for Oklahoma.
Eighteen years was tho length of tho
last term. Tho courso of study In the
school of politics Is pot a brlf one.
Tho man who gets It mixed villi tho
old fushloucd torm of school in tho
backwoods will miss tho length of It
Who makes this promise of an Im-
mediate enabling act if this com-
(dilution and this opportunity to got
stntohood Is turned down?
Tho nnawor Is that It Is mndo by
tho proseut office holders and thoso
who enjoy their patronage and by tho
coterlo of locnl Republican bosses
all at tho Instigation and by connl-
vnnco with certain of tho powers tljat
bo at Washington. The tioili i V
is a huge conspiracy. Thoro can bo
no better rule to Judge of tho real
validity flt this chimerical promlso of
statehood than n glance at the pnst.
Tho present bill was only secured
ns part of the omnibus bill disposing
also of Arizona and Now Mo.iro. out-
ting tho possibility of tho West to four
sonators instead of six. and possibly
Two years ngo tho Republican cau
cus combine undor Joo Cannon nnd
Senator Boveridgo absolutely refused
statehood to Oklahoma alone and
that too. In face of a declaration for
Oklahoma statehood. In the Republican
national platform and that Imekod by
a strong plea for tho now state In tho
President's mutual message and In
faco of Ills known and oxprooaed de-
Biro to see Oklahoma mndo u stiUo nt
Who nro thoeo pooplu wh.) now
prnto of statehood In throo months If
the present opportunity Is thrown
away? What forco or validity Is
thoro in tho promlso?
The only two conditions. ion which
this prosont act was obtained have
fulled to materialise. First Arizona
and Now Mexico refused to got Into
tho omnibus togothor; and. second
Oklahoma refused to go Republican
aa promised by McGulro. nnd failed
by a whole landslide.
now hoou own thoso wily old poli
ticians bo caught on that promUoa
again? Joo Oanwm lias Just nil-
noimood that ho Is not "n dnrnod
fool." Ho might have spared himself
the trouble for no ono has yet ns-
sallud his position as a vorldly-wlso
Whoovor wants to put Ills head In
their haiuUomo little hnngmuu's noojo
can do so hut the Loader stand for
the adoption of tho constitution sad
Immediate single statehood as a par
"Made from cream of tartar derived
solely 'from grapes the most deli-
cious and "healthful of all fruit acid.
tHK tKADIKOUTHWIg OKLA. TUESDAY WAY 28
O PRESS COMMENT. Q
Tho courts should be given a rea-
sonable time to dccldo the ensos
gainst tho constitutional convention.
If they nro guilty ot unnecessary do-
lay tho Moctton should bo hfdd any-
how. People's Progress Stillwater.
According to the press dlspntches
the most violent objection Is mndo to
tho provision for tho Initiative nnd rc-f-orondtim
but can tho President give
that as ft reason for excluding Okla-
homi from a part In tho noxt presi-
dential election? Oregon has been
giving lior vote to the Republican
ticket. Will ho bo In favor ot p-.lud-Ing
the electors of Oregon on the
ground Hint it hns thcliiltlaMro nnd
referendum? South Dakota gavo her
electoral vote to the president two
years ago and sho has adoptfid the
Initiative and referendum. 13 this a
reason for excluding lior? Malno Is
going to vote on tho question next
yenr. Shall tho railo bo applied to
Malno In caso tho people ndopt the
Inltlntlvo and referendum?. It Is ns-
serted by fjomo Hint the Initiative and
referendum destroys tho representa-
tive character of the government but
such nn argument will surely have no
weight with a thoughtful person. We
have always had tho referendum In re-
gard to constitutions nnd there Is a
Constnnly Increasing tendency to use
tho referendum In tho government of
cities. The law which called Okla-
hunu's constitutional convention to-
gether provided tor a referendum vote
on tho constitution. Who will draw n
llpo between tho right of the people
to veto a constitution and their right
to veto a law enacted by h legislature?
Speaking of corporate htxfcSfdineftS.
the M K. ft T. railway originally built
largely by county stnto nnd national
aid la now suing the federal govern-
ment for $01000000 In lieu If lands
tho Ampricn capitalists originally ex-
pected to gobble in tho Indian Tor-
tory. Wichita Eaglo
Whnt aBsiiranco hnvo wo If this
chance Is lost that nnor.icr enabling
net can bo passed within tho noxt
ton ears? asks the Muskogee l'hoo-
nix (Republican.) The only assur-
ance wo huvo heard of comes from
Bird McGuire nnd a few otliora of his
Ilk. That's tho sum total of the as-
surance to date; that Is to sny wo
hnvo no assuranco nt nil. Cbloknsha
Tho political rafters of Oklahoma
may bo willing to tnko a promlso of
statehood for the substance ot It but
tho progressive pntrlolic citizens of
this territory will make no stioh a bar-
gain. Tho rlngstors will find ibis out
when the election Is hold. Chlckasha
Every cltlzon of Oklahoma who has
read tho constitution doubtless says:
"If I had written tho constitution it
would have contained some provision
which I do not find In It nnd I would
have omitted some provisions which
it contains." This Is truo of overy
constitution over written. Why? No
two men think nllko upon all ques-
tions and bocauuo constiti tlous like
ill kinds of legislation nro the result
of limUial concussions nnd compro-
mises of opinions. Therefore If we
vote ngnlnst tho present constitution
becauso wo do not like somo of its
irovlslons. or becauso It omlU somo
things which we fnvor tho result will
bo thnt we will n&yr have nn oppor-
tunity to voto for a constitution which
will plenso us In all particulars nnd
present conditions which vox nnd ha-
inss the people and which donv to us
tho right of overy Amorlcan to par-
ticipate In forminnr our own laws and
of governing oursolvos will never bo
onJod by tho' people of Oklahoma.
Somo of those statehood knockers.
In tho famous language of the Presi-
dent may ho properly denominated M
"undesirable cltlzous." Chlokashn
And now a suit has boon command-
ed In the supreme court to knook out
tho inltlntlvo nnd referendum Hanses
of tho constitution. This Is tho real
cause of nwioh of the opposition to it.
If that wore ant the trusts and the
corporations uould not caro so much
about the rest. Pooplo's Progress
It Is not likely that the President
will bu undemocratic enough to Inter
foro or to oppose any constitution
which the people of Oklshonm delib-
erately nudorso at tho polls but if he
should venture to do so tho few elec-
toral votes of Oklahoma kopt out' of
tho DomooraUo colnnn. would be In-
significant compared with the number
of Democratic Votes which would bo
added to the Donworatlc column froin
other stntofl If )o immv Is dlreotly
presontod whether the people hnvo a
right to govern thomsolvou. A rejec-
tion of Oklahoma's constitution might
delay Oklahoma's statehood for a few
months but It would prove a blow to
Republican prospecta that no Repub-
lican in official life would dsro to
strlko Bryan's Commoner.
MADC CHANGE IN FORMULA.
Juda y Always Perfectly Wllllna
to Oblige a Lr.dy.
A young woman whoso father had
been ono of Judge Kolley'a political
lieutenants once applied to him for a
position which ho promised to got
for her tho next day. The Judgo was
busy nnd the following day when tho
young womnn called ho had forgottnn
all about her case; but upon being
reminded npologizrd profusely and
told her to call to-morrow.
Tho next day tho young womnn
again appeared but tho Judge had
again forgotten nnd said: "Plcaso
call to-morrow." This kopt up for
Bovoral wcoks and tho girl was got-
ting tired of it. Tho npr. time sho
called thr Judge walnCd hurriedly
Into the room and began the samo old
"My doar young lady you will havo
to call to-morrow as I am very busy
"But Judge" said tho girl "that Is
whnt you have told mo every time.
I havo como ovorv day ami you havo
always said to como to-morrow."
"I bog your pardon" said KelIoy
with great smoothness. "Call day
after to-morrow." Sunday Magazine.
TRADE THAT 18 EXTINCT.
The Dealer Says There's No Longer a
Demand for His Leeches.
The leoches like hairless black cat-
orplllnrs clung to slim reeds that pro-
truded abovo the water In 'tho aqua-
rium. They wore torpid ns though hyp-
notized but when tho dealer put ono
on his flngq'r It fell to work aa busily
as a Baraturla mosquito. It could bo
seen swelling and Hushing.
"That'll do you Ilttlo rascal.'" And
tho dealer removed the leech hurried-
ly then Blghed.
"Mlno Is an extinct trade" ho said
"like that of the armorer or the sun-
dial maker and I can't make n living
out of it any more. But In tho past
why great Scott in tho past leeches
wore so much used by doctors that a
doctor iisod to bo callod a leech.
"I used to sell to ono hospital In
this town G0.P0O leeches a yenr. Thnt
hospital now tnkes B0 or 60 yearly.
I had on my books 200 doctors each
of whom I supplied regularly orery
morning with a dozen leeches. They
carried thorn nbout In Ilttlo pocket
cases as they now carry hypodermic
"My father had a leech farm' for
somo years'. He raised the Hungarian
speckled let'eh that's the host In a
New Jersey pond out Matawan way.
Ho did fal?. Ho got an annual crop
of 25000. ' ' j
"Leeches are no longer used be-
causo bleeding is no longer beJlqved
In. You couldn't boost bleeding Mbit
could you In tho pnpor? I might mnko
it worth your while." Philadelphia
Old Age Annuities.
Sir Richard J. Cartwrlght has n
traded tho sorlous attention of Can-
ada's loading thinkers and politicians
by advocating an old-ago annuity In
tho Dominion. His proposition was
listened to with respect and consider-
ation In tho conservative upper houso
of parllamoht in Ottawa. He Isnot at
all In favorof old-ago pensions. His
Idea Is thatTn payment ot half a day's
wages a week will gtvo tho avorngo
man an annuity of $200 u year fiom
the ngo of C5 until death. He said that
to make any such scheme a success
three things wero necessary: It must
bo absolutely safe necessitating gov-
ernment backing; there must bo abso-
luto freedom from forfeiture; there
must bo no possibility of anticipating
For Strangers Only.
J. Edward Addicks was condemning
a certain politician. "The man has no
cxporlonce." he said "and he has not
souso enough to conccnl his lack of
experience. He reminds mo of nn In-
cident that took pla'co In a barber
shop tho othor day.
"In this quiet busy shop n man
who was gottlng shaved suddenly ut-
tered a loud oath.
"'Hang you!' ho exclaimed. 'You'vo
cut my chin twice now. If you can't
shave bettor than this overy regular
customer will leave you.'
"But the young barber pushed tho
man's head back on tho velvet rest
" 'Oh no' ho said. 'No fear of that.
I'm not allowed to shave regular cus-
tomers yet. I otily shave straugers.' "
Fooling a Wolf.
A boy 12 years old the son of a
polnuor In Montana obsorved a wolf
sneaking about one day last Jan-
uary. He took a sheop skin nnd
spread It ovor a low bush In such a
way that It resembled the live ani-
mal and after a time tho wolf made
a dash for It.
H detected the fraud at once and
lnstoad of 'galloping away with the
pelt which would have made a good
dlnnor for him he dropped It and
sneaked off with his tall between his
legs. Ho realized that he had boan
made the victim of u Joke and ho
felt the same as a boy who had been
Judgo You declare that hunger
forced you fl? break Into tho dining
room. But you also stole a pair of
boots that were there. What have
you to say to that?
Burglar-Thnt boots do not belong
In tho dining room." Translated for
Transatlantic Tales froau Fllegende
OkimilL'Aft-lin'n ralsoil n liimiu i..
bidh) a lheaffe!lbls summer.
Woman loves n clear rosy cdmplox-
len. Burdock BloOd Hitters purifies
tho blood clears tho skin restores
ruddy sound health.
CAROLINA PYTHIANS IN SES8ION.
(By Associated Press.)
Audorson S. C May 28. Tho
twenty-first annual convention of tho
South Carolina grand lodgo of the
Knights of Pythias oponud hero to-
day and will continue In hosrIou until
Thursday. Sevci . hundred UBlturs
nro in attendance and splendid enter-
tainment has been provided for thorn.
Free Samples of "Provsutlcs" nnd
a booklet on Colds will bo glndly mail-
ed you. on request by Dr. Shoop Un-
due Wis. simply to provo merit. Pre-
vention nro Ilttlo Candy Cold Cure tab
lets. No Quinine no Lnxntlvo noth-
ing harmful whatever. Proven tics pro-
vent colds us the nnmo Implies
when taken eurly or at tho "Sneezo
Stage." For a seated cold or Ln-
Grippe brenk It up safoly nnd qulckjy
with Provontlcs. Sold by I B. Llllla
Rugs and Matting.
Having bought too ninny of tho
nbovo I want to Bull thorn or exchange
M. COLLAR S. 2nd.
(By Associated Press.)
Richmond Ind. May 28. The Rich-
mond May Music FUMtlvnl opens this
evening nnd many music lovers from
cut of town nro here. Tho program
this year crubraces three concma nnd
It is tho most ambitious yet nUmnptcd
by tho society. In addition to tho
chorus ot 250 voices and tho Theodore
Thotuns Orchestra the participants
nro to Include' the following woll-
known soloists: Corinuo Rldcr-Kol-Boy
soprano; Janot Spencer coib
fralto; Edwnrd Johnson tenor; Her-
bert Wlthorspoon basso and Louis
Rurnl Routo 1 Poijt Edward. N. 3f
says: "Dr. King's Now 'Discovery is
my host earthly friend. It cured mo
of nuthmn six years ngo. It has also
performed n wonderful euro of Inci-
pient consumption for my son's wife.
Tho first bottlo ended tho terrib'o
cough nnd this accomplished the oth
or symptoms loft ono by one until
sho wns perfectly well. Dr. King's
Now Discovery's power ovor coughs
and colds is simply mnrveloua." No
other remedy has ever equaled it.
Fully guaranteed by all druggists. DOc
and $1.00. Trial boulo fre.
Just received ut dlgpilln'3. Fresh
Invoice of New Orleans ' Factory
Smokors. All Havana tobacco tho
kind you read about. Fivo cents each.
Grows Nights and Sundays.
Your monoy docs If Invested ln
somu of my real cstnto bargains.
FOSTKft TUB LAND MAN.
NOT ALL A COMPLIMENT.
Wlfe's Pride In Husbarid'a 8uccess
Had a Tinge of Regret.
Tho doctor nnd his wlfo had lived to-
gether four years. She1 was a widow
when ho mot lior. Ho wns a physician
of note. Tholr life together was a hap-
py ono and no quibbling had entered
tho home to set a bad example for
their hopeful. But tho wife had a
reputation as a wit. Her wlttlcislms
and Ilttlo sarcastic remarks wero
known fnr nnd wide. Her friends had
all heard of thorn. Thoy had all folt
tho sting of them. Tho physician had
been working with a hard case. Ho
had spent day and night at tho homo
of his patient and had won tho fight
for life. And ho was accordingly well
satisfied with himself. "-On his arrival
homo ono oveulng ho turned to his
wife saying: "You see wlfoy dear?
I havo pulled my patlont through. Ho
Is now well on tho road to recovery."
"Yes hubby dear" returned tho wife.
"But you are such a porfget master of
your profession. You are so success-
ful. Ah I wish that I had met you
five years soonor than I did. Then
my poor dear Billy would novor have
Results nro sure and swift.
Results nre quick and lusting;
It penteratos the heart ot illseaso
Thut is what Hamster's Reeky
Mountain Te does. C It. U.
Coach seats at tho Itoyal Bar. Re-
sort of gentlemen. Comfort and
choice liquors and cigars. Cul Miuuur
NOW IS THE TIME TO
SPRAY YOUR FRUIT TREES
Fruit and Truck Growers can increase their crops aud get BETTJOU
and LAKGEK PKU1T by spraying with
Superior to anything yet discovered. ''Wt hnvclil in any amount. Also
. Coper Sulphate Lime and Paris Green
Gives you the Coldest and Mffst Dgricious and Re-
freshing Drinks and Ice- ever served from a soda
The Best Line cve.r
SEE OUR FINE LINE OJ'
FOR $1.00 PER
206 West Oklahoma
Farmers of the Indian Territory are
now rustling foi hard seed cotton to
plant their colton over nguln. The
cold wrjt wonthur prevented tho first
planting from coming -up and nearly
hilf'of It will hnvo to bo planted
iVOn-agalnl-''' v - - v -
Talk p.booiE nr.'o wagons jiavo you
the Guthrlo Carriage and Wagon
scon some ot tho latest turned out nt
Works? Examine at onca
Your Ant looks rather rusty.
Smooth It up. O. L. Brooks merchant
tailor Kast Oklahoma will servo you
Yon will novor mtso your train If
you phono In tlmo to tlio Royal Bus
Baggngo & Cab Co. Phone No. 1.
A BUSINESS AID
A checking account will es-
tablish a closer relation be-
tween you and your business.
We invite you to start a
checking account with us. You
will liutl that linaucial mailers
will run more smoothly wlfejj
you have a complete record ol
your business transactions. ' "
Pay your obligations by chuck
Wc solicit both largo ifiid
small accounts each receiver
the same caretul attention.
Safety deposit boxes for icnl
OKLBOMl STATE BANK
B LE Y President.
G. BERT Cashier.
M Kr ml mm L MM
Bhowu in the city.
WANTL'I): Special lady agents to
noil our CKNTUOY SANITARY
lilSL-TS. Write for territory!
1ND1ANA1P0L1S SOPPORTI3R CO.
II. B. NORTH.
.-"FoB-SaloftNATptTfeljt fnllilly- Miorso
snfo Tor children to drive; phueiou and
hncuiws nlsjo; object for suljing. parly
going to leave town. Can see them
nt the Smith hoarding barn corner of
Vino and ClSvolCild.
Why pay nn oxtrnvogaut price for
a-suit? Wo can lit you up-todnlo.
Rood & Burrows uiorehnut tailors
201 West Harrison.
You should buy your
berries now for can-
ning. Ask for hurries
raised by "f o 1 t v "
W handle tht'm. We
Bell ' ' '
J. H. RUCKS
Phones 12 and 374
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