The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 73, Ed. 1, Saturday, July 27, 1907 Page: 4 of 6
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. tttt&.CtiOMML ttVTHrtl Wfljl SATURDAY JULY !tf 1007.
Y LESLIE ft. NI1LACK.
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SATURDAY ULY 27 1007.
O DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET O
O For United Slates Senators O
O THOS. P. GORE O
O of Lawton. O
O ROyBRT L. OWI5N O
O of Muskogee. O
Q For Congress O
Olst District W. L. KAGLBTON O
O of Pawnee. O
Vf 2nd District H. T. FULTON O
a of Oklahoma City. O
0'3rd Dlstrlct-JAMBS DAVENPORT O
O of Vlnlta. O
O 4th District CUAS. CARTER O
O of Ardmore. O
Gth District SCOTT FERRIS O
O of Lawton. O
O For Justices Supremo Court. O
O JESS!3'X DUNN O
or Alva. O
O S. W. HAYES O
O'J Mlf Ghlckastia. O
mi It. L. 'WILLIAMS O
o'' of Durant O
O MATHEW J. 1CANE O'
O of Kingfisher. O
O J. 13. TURNER O
O of Vlnlta. O
9- For Governor O
O CHAS N. HASKELL O
O" of MusUogce. O
O Lieutenant Governor O
O GEORGE BELLAMY O
O of LI Reno. O
O Secretary of State O
O' WAT. M. CROSS O
O of Oklahoma Cltj. O
. State Auditor O
O PETE HAtfRATY O"
O of Soutih McAIcster. O
O- Attorney General O
Q.' CHARLES WICST O
9 of Enid. O
Q State Treasurer O
O J. A. AlENEFEE O
O of Carnegie. Ci
O Superintendent of Public Iu- O
O- Btructlon O
O- E. D QAAIERON O
"of Sulphur. O
o . . - o
iQ State Examiner and Inspector O
CHARLES A. TAYLOR O
O of Pond Creek. o
O - o
O Chief Aline Inspector O
O M. E. TRAPP O
O of Guthrie. O
O Insurance Commissioner O
O T J. McCOMB. O
O of Oklahoma City. O
O "''Labor Commissioner. o'
O CHARLES DAUGHERTY O
O of Oklahoma City o'
O Commissioner of Charities and o"
O Corrections O
O KATE BARNARD O
tj of Oklahoma City. O
O Corporation Commissioners o"
O J J. McA LESTER O
O- of South McAlostor. O
O J. E. LOVE o
O of Woodward o
A. P. WATSON o
O of Slwwnoo. o"
Clerk of Sujironio Court O
' ' W. U.'K OAMPBELt O
of Ada. O
"'II I - I II
For Representative rirat District
Mulhall. Okla.. May 29. I hereby
announce myseir as a candidate for
representative of the First legislative
district of Logan county subject to
the action of tho Democratic party.
D. MeCINmiX ;
for County Superintendent.
Tho Lohder is authorized to an-
tiouifCo the name of C. D. Fostor as
a candidate for County Superintend-
ent aubjeot'io thta action or tho Demo-
' For County Clerk.
The Leader Is authorized to an-
nounce Ira Louakor as a candidate
fpr County Clerk subject - tb Iho
ftrllon of tl len)nirritli! prlmnriea.
For Commloelontr 3rd District.
Tliij Irfldcr Authorized to an-
nounco John Favor of Rose Hill town-
(fhp a4 ndt t9f County 9u
8lmwnce has hen onl but' she .will
retiiBO to cackje.
Shawnea Is having liottlflo keening
a lldless HO adjusted.
01 Iflhonm fiin:re In evorytiblng
Tiio painful steamship disaster Is the
Kkpiltablo 'dtstrilfttfioTi rather than
"; -' ""' "-
There Is onff filing stile and that
Is thnt Oklahoma boats the earth on
Governor Krnntz is nn avowed enn
didale for election Thought perhaps
you might want to know.
Liberia Ik lnofia(nt;-iiut ho only
knows the helghfa of Joy of the nattiio
loVcr who has pulcked and tasted.
U'W.o Is 'bcTTig shipped Into prohi-
bition ISiha by the car load to be
used as fIPe f.'dtcctloji tin August 1.
i P.nlslng prlcos ninyjie nil right but
tho fplicv tial naSnTTuy doea.rt
alnajs feel s-" cn'l?lcd abo.:t it as
doed the seller.
Ih order to add to the gaiety of tiho
nations Judgo IL S" Cunningham and
O -R Fegan will become Republican
The RCiyibllcan boseoS' would like
to borrow Mofens. It only for a week
or bo. They Will rturrfhim In good
ropaira llttlo wear and tear and acci-
Tho argument based on the ONpciibo
of statehood Is one directed at Mate-
howl whether Ito purposo Is so an-
nounced or not and Indeed even if
it bo announced to tho contrnry.
That flo million nnpioprlatlon l:i
the enabling net by congress to tho
stato of Oklahoma Is an item of borne
moment to tiho taxpayers of tho now
state. It hangs upon tho adoption of
Tho Tulsa Republican convention
will nominate n full state ticket but
the Capital will knock out tho consti-
tution and statnhood. and the candi-
dates and their money will be left In
thd wash. Delightful spectacle truly
In urging the expenses of fitatoltood
of course tho Republican opposition
aro figuring on Democratic oltlcers
getting the salaries othcrwlho It
would doubtless bo entirely satisfac-
'Tito reclnhialloh of swnhip and over-
llow5 lands In (he Mlsalssppl Is a
project of Vast Importance to tho
Internal dev?ropifientST tlio United
States. Tho proposition touches the
new Btnto at several points'.
It Is well enough to think twleo be-
fore turning that $5000000 cash ap
proprlatlon for common schools back
Into tho tronsuty QfJiUo. UjiRcd States
by voting ngalnst tho constitution and
destroying the force of the enabling
Tho inlroads have ovdently laid out
an extensive campaign against tho
tVo cent rate lately established In
so many states and have chosen as
tihelr weupon tho United States courts
If the weapon proves effective why not
clip a small chip off the beak of tho
Federal courts? Tho whole country
can do It.
After the Federal commission In ap-
portioning tho constitutional districts
and tho election of delegate. It was
found that such a big hole was mado
In tho $100000 appropriation to pay
cxpons.es of tiho conventon and tin
submsslon of the constlUiton. that the
roslduo wfts wholly inadequate to
even paj the expensed of the conven-
tion for tho 00 days sitting allowed by
congress Henry Asp tho leading
light of the Republicans and repre-
sentative of the corporations on the
llbor of the convention ns a momber
of the petition committee heartily
Joined In petitioning congress for the
additional appropriation of $135000 to
meet tho expenses which tiho heavy
draw upon the original appropriation
by tho Federal commission and the
election that followed mado impera-
tive. How is It now that he Is found
cheok by Jowl with Bird McGuIro In
saddling upon the people of tho state
of Oklahoma a big dobt which ho
formerly petitioned congiew to pay?
Ill explaining his vote on tho legis-
lative apportionment. Mr HaakoH
to'ok occasion to refer to his tonsnn
for rejecting the apportionments
mado by tho Republicans In Okla-
homa territory In doing so among
other tilings ho sold:
"I Inunodntoly sought for somo In-
formation afc to a propor apportion-
ment in Oklahoma territory. Looking
Into tho present Republican appor-
tionment made fur tho territorial leg-
slonor in the 3td District subject to
to the Democratic primaries.
Tho Loader Is author ed to an-
nounce Iho numo of John O'Neill of
Murshall as a oandldato for Commis
sioner in the 3rd Dstrict subject to
tho Democratic primaries.
Mr. J. Jl. Tuckor Orlando O. T.
Wo tho underslgnor Democrats of
Orlando township recognise your
loyalty to tho cause of Democracy
since 1889 and further iceognlze the
fsct of your Integrity and cdmpotonc
reby lequost yon to sulMnlt your
hamo for the nomination on tho Demo-
crlc ticket for Commissioner of tho
3rd District of Logan county subject
to the Democratic primary of Juno 8
1007: S P Blttlo J. F. Tioub S.
Wlklo. H. Wobstor. E. L. Shplot R. H.
Shlplot J H. Van Doventer L. V.
Bishorr. D. V. Meagor I. V. cNut
T M. Kalston. T. .M Houer Chan.
Sohaefer D L. Kliiniinan. KtuUnuoI
Reed J. H. Sogo H. N. Hiliit. J. S
In compliance with tho wishos ex-
prosntti) In the ibove petition of tho
Imftlltif? taxpayers of Orlaurtb liwn-
fchlpj flifcrflij rihiouuco mjwlf n'rau-
dliltofor ComuilsBloner.In the 3id
Dlstiict subject to tho Dvinoerntic
ptluiarlos August 23 1907. 11. J.
"ZM '? xirS
Mrs. AL McGongr. J19 W. 63rd street
New York N. Y. writes:
"I gladly add m mite of 5.Ue to
Peruua for what it lias dono for iSo.
Two years ago a depressed feeling look
hold of ine. My hack and sides ached
continually. Aly stomach jlnt out of
order so that at times I could not hold a
glass of cold water. I didn't llkolo cat
afraid that my stomach would get sick.
1 havo been using Pcrunn lor the three
past months and now 1 fool as well ns
J. ever did. My stomach Is as strong
as over and my nervous- troubles have
disappeared 1 keep rccommonding
Peruna to my friQnds who are troubled
as I was and I havo been thanked for
Vo-rfrrf' r .r.rc3rtvcv " . . ; v . --tr-- -kiv r.
Tho above testimonials represent actual experience of every-day lifo. They are tho truthful uttorance3 of
women who havo been ill and have found a reliable remedy in Peruna.
It means a grsat deal to tho women of Amorica who havo at hand a remedy capable of performing such
cures. Nervousness backache dyspepsia headache melancholy bearing down pains. All theso and n host of
other symptoms aro relieved by Poruna. At least this is what tho women say. Thoy have no object in saying
such things esoopt to render truthful testimony to their suffering sisters.
Tho rcador will noto by reading theso testimonials that in most cases other remedies woro tried doctors
wore consulted and finally Poruna came to their rescue and mado them well again.
Peruna is making such cures ovcry day. It is tho testimony of the people that has mado Peruna so justly
Suffered Thirteen Years.
Mrs. Anna Atunden Hollygrovo Ark.
"I suffered with fomalo troubles for
"I saw an advortisomont of your
Peruna and bought ono bottle and bo-
fore I had taken it all I could get out of
bed and walk about.
"After taking throo bottles I was a
well and hearty as evor and gained in
IK'.li. 1 would not bo without It."
Islatuie a few ears ago among other
equally gioss inequamtos J found
Republican Noblo county with loss
than 12000 pooplo had been givon as
much lopresontatlou as Democratic
Pottawatomie county with over U.O00
In tho face of a.irli situations a
new apportionment was absolutely
necessary. Ono iliaa been mado which
Is tho best thnt could he mado In
the absence of a census and Is un-
doubtedly more equltublo than ll.
Ronupbltcnn predecessor thnt wero
Republican predecessors tihat wero
bahcd on puioly partisan advantage.
IS SELF GOVERNMENT '
Tho bill of rights In the Oklahoma
constitution is an oxcoilont funda-
mental guarantee Of. personal liberty
tompcted by duo regard for tho rights
of others. It is roiilly tho beacon
light of liberty shining in upon a
pooplo wl'o so fhr an legal and con
sttutoual guarantee aro concornod
t'lavo hud absolutely none at nil save
tho fow mentioned in tho constitution
of tho United Satos In all othor mat
tors tho people of Oklahoma and
Indian Toritory havo boon subject to
Vie supremo uncontrollablo will of a
congress In which thoy had no voting
powor whatevor. That congress ihaM
not used this power any woroo than
It has is not duo to tho oxtont of Mie
It IS all ry well to prate of the
eimr's uknso nild point to tho oxnmplo
hofrlhlo In oWior nations Ixtt It doe
ho harm to note that tho present con-
dition of Oklahoma and Indian Terri-
tory te not essentially different In
Thore Is now offered to the peo-
ple of these tenitoiit'3 an opportunity
to vsrapft ft om this thrnlldoiu or like
menial slave fear irtelr own power
to pioperly govern themselves and
turn down tiio constitution and state
hood with all its atit siRuifteance.
'Hiopitowe f0 nt jnnH.t tuo Immor-
tal slgarrs of the Dt'clarutlot of lnd
petitionee hud been animated bu audi
motives as Inspire the opposition to
tho constitution and solf government.
One snuddore to think that tho great
(I (ill plate of progress would havo
beep turned back a hundred yours
and who knows but that free govern-
ment would havo perished utterly and
When opportunity and duty come to
an nwn or community of men and
aie lightly esteemed and set aside
thiy retiurn no more forever Is
this opportunity to take upon our.
sehe the right of free government to
bo HglitL stoomoij by the men ot
Oklahoma" Aio tlfoy to be expected
to follow tho bottlng'of tom-toms of
(loiee political nrosJdee and tjrn
down tho only oppoftvuity that hus
ever been offered to mags of thoni-
sehos a giiwt state In thin Republic
of Ameil a? Wiall coating genera-
tions point to the men of this day as
groveUns slaves or glorious patrl-
Thosit aio ihe qofdonn thnt muat
lw answered ly the liooplu of thsso
territories on tho tttih day of Sup-
tentber Ihom aio only two sldo3
to tho question. Tfho enabliug act
P?MnUQI m W T0t9j WUfi
Lonb Oro. member Order of Wash-
"For tho past four years I wan a j
wi'ctniicd wonmn suffering with
troubles pecuUsr to my scX onn-ir ;
sevmc backache and bearing down
pains ann leaving mo o wcflJf and J
weary wint iu was omy wiw un-(
ticulty that 1 was aTw i attend to i
my household duties 1 used n'nr-
cnt ronicdics and Injections Imti
found no roliof until 1 bad tried
Peruna. Within two wcoks tlierei
was a complete change for the)
better and iu less than tliroe months
1 was a well and happy woman
all the praise Is due to Peruna.
Headache and Deafness.
Mrs. Alary K Sampson Londonderry
N II writes:
"Iliad terrible- headaohos both oars
run and I was nervous all tho tlmo was
acaf in ono oar for thirty years. I took
six bottlcsof Poruna and onoof Alanalln
and am happy to say that it is tho best
medicine that I overheard of. I am not
so nervous myappetltois good every-
thing I cat agrees with mo and I am
fooljng betuirlu'oVory way."
directly "for or against" Thoio Is
no middle giound. It ought not to
tal:o a man who esteems tho right of
self government a wotth while long
to decide where to stump his sover-
eign soal where thorp Is freedom on
one sldo and Imperial rule on the
Ttho constitution and fYeo govern-
ment now and forever
Don't use haiSh physics. Tho ro-
actlon weakens tho bowels lends to
chronic constipation. Qel Doan's
Rogulots. Thoy opernto easily tone
tho stomach euro constipation.
Four ney styles !n Men's Wizard's
a $4 advertised choc at $3.50 at Rob.
In so n's.
Did joti twig the pane stunt. Tho
parllos woro In ono of Hoovor'o rigs.
"Ask tho man."
Living jot. Procaro to die. Not
pleasant but njco to think you'r re-
membered. Toiubgtonon at Dawson's
O PRES0 COMMENT. O
ooooo oo 09000 O'O o o
It Is better than Mie best consti-
tution on enrth.-Adair County Demo-
Tho Democrat favors giving the
State Capital rt gold medal tor Its
help to tho DairtDoratic party lis con-
temptible course has done more to
allonato tho fair iiilnileil members of
tho Republican party than all Uiu in-
fluences the Uuntourats totild bring
to bear. Ada Democrat
Thsanil statohooders hav- got beau-
tifully left in a largo mnjority of tiie
Republican cnuousss electing dele-
nates to the statu convention at TuJss
Pritiits won an ovorwhelming major
ity for govornor while tihoso fayoriiig
opposition to tho consnurtion met an
ovorwhelming defeat Mauchestoi
It's the leadora. und not ihe Rspub-
1 1 can voters of Okluhonm that are
kicking on me adoption of tho consti-
tution. WPuit Hio lmrty aec4ls Is new
muu for lenders. Uojssjw MoOnlre
Aap fade Coal Oil Ferguson and
Bach others havo disgusted the people
iu general by their dlll dallying
methods and Its time for the honest
voters In the'Reiiuulkan lanUs to east
tkem oerbonnl-Wal4tiga Herald.
Tihe Itepi ii;Mii 'venders luxe de-
atroiHl wlnu little chuncw they eti)r
hud of cariyiny Oklahoma at the
coming election by their ohildlsn
(aotles since their oVorWhoImlng de-
feat last fall Manchester Journal
"Here it Is In black and wMtc"
said Honry .ssp as ho fled from the
Republics i convention to save hl
life- MiiHkngee Tlinos-lKmiocjat
Woman love. a clear rw Hmplpx-
lon Burdock .Blood Bitters purllka
tho blood cleais mo eklu. testoiea
Headache nnd Backache.
Airs. Tresslo Nelson OWN. 6tU Avo.
Nashville Tenn. wrltos:
"As Poruna has dono ino a world ot
good 1 feel in duty bound to tell oMt
in Impjs thatit may meet tho eyo of
some voman who lias suffered as I did.
For flvo years I really did not know
what a perfectly well day was and If I
did not havo headache 1 had bnckaolio
ornpainsomowhoro and really llfo was
not worth tho oJTort.l mado to keep
"A goon friond advised mc to use
Peruna nnd 1 was glad to try anything
and I am very pleased to say that sire
bottles made a new woman of mo
and I havo no more pains and ilfo looks
A Severe Cold.
Alius Mario Calvin 027 Alain ntreot
Cincinnati Ohio writes:
"I caught h cold coming homo from
an ovonlng party and as 1 did not pay
particular attention to it I quickly be-
came worso and found myself in a
"1 took Poruna and it brought mo lin-
mediate relief; WltlHu a veok I wns
cured and now whenever I feel badly
l'cruna will sot things rlzlit."
Tho Kpwoith nsspmbly will bo held
hero August 11 to 2S. Many gcod at
tractions havo been secured and the
assembly promises to be tho best ever
given In th city. Tho ussemblj
gi omuls aro In Island park.
1 will mall you fiec. to prove merit
samples of my Dr. Shnop s Restora
tlvo and-my Book on either Dyspep
sla. The Heart en the Kidneys
Troubles of the Stomuru Heart -or
Kidneys are merclv yi ntoms of a
deeper ailment. Don't muko the com
mon crior of tieatlug .symptoms only
Symptom treatment is iroating the re-
sult of your aliment and not the caiiGc.
Weak Stomach nerves Ihe inside ner
Vus nionn Stomach woaknoss al
ways. And the Heart and Kidneys as
well having thoir controlling or inside
nerves. Weaken theso' nerves and
you inevitably ha.vo weak vital or
gnus. Hero's vv hero. Dr. Sheep's Resto-
ratlvo has nmdn lis fame. No other
remedy evon claims to tieat tho "In-
sldo nerves." Also for bloating bill-
ousuoss bad broath or complexion
iiso Dr. Slump's Rostorativo. Wilte
me today for snmsle and freo Book.
Dr. Shoop Racine Wis. Tlio Restora-
tive is Sold by P. B. Lilllo & Co.
llnvo you hoard winy tho coruot
warmed tilings u . Stiles pad tho
fcacret. He Is giving it up. Its gtoat.
Phono Mm. No. 36 SUl&a.
Oh! Yes you do like thosu Pies of
Rlehmonds everyone likes them. They
can't be equalled any where but at
llio..mouds; "Phono 05.
It is said that the paving of llaril-
son avenue from Ash st-eet to Capi-
tol boulevard has lieen benten by a
protest petition which Was 11 led yes-
terday. A Mcpiorr-jlc Day.
Oao of the days we remember with
pleasure as well as with profit to our
liealth Ih ihe one on which wo becomo
acquainted wtUi Dr King's New Lifo
Pills the painless purifiers that euro
headache and biliousness nnd koep
tho bowels right 28c at nl drug
Tho park eupimlttee Is arranging to
erect a large pavilion over tho pure
water spring at Highland park. It Is
said to contain tho put eat vyutor that
can be found In the new stato.
A chaining clean cooling BOpWiIng
healiug household remedy is DoWItt's
Carbollised Witch Ha-40l Salvo. For
burns outa aorntchos brulBos hiboct
bites and sore fet it Is tmoqualod.
Quod for piles. Ilewtare of Imitations.
Oct DeWitt's. it is the host. Sold by
C R Itenfro.
$3r0 v.ith of Improvements havo
been made in Ibland puik thU Bum-
mei Port Bryon N. Y . has witnessed ono
of the most remarkable oases ot heal-
ltljj ever recorded. Amos F Icing; or
that plhoe saya: "Bucklon's Arnica
Sdlvo cured a sore on my leg with
v-hlch 1 had HUffered over 80 jeaie. I
am now eiglty Jive" Oui.ranteed to
curg ulJ iorest by all (Jrugfjlsts 35$.
Cold Soda Watci ind
I 206 West
I Cooking - -
aiA'll JL.UVYU1 3
uas L.O. !
Highland park Is an Ideal place for
Oct a frco ssmplo of Dr Shoop'o
"Health Coffco" at our store. If real
coffee disturbs your Stomach your
Heart or Kidneys then try this clever
Cnffoo Imitation. Dr Shoop has close-
ly matched Old Java and Mocha Cof
foo In flavor und tasto. yet It has not
a sluglo grain of roal Coffee in It. Dr.
Slump's Hoalth Caoe Imltntlon Is
made from pure toasted grains or
teroals with Malt Nuts etc. Made
In a mlnule No tedious wait You
will suroly llko It Sold by Bank Gro
If you aio looking for llist-class
goods at the lowest price try Smith's
Groeury. Phono 53C.
To Club Members.
Memhors who hold loose on my lake
will havo oxehislve prlvllego of samo
ns nor lease contract bathing In-
oludOd b&t thoy havo no right to
tko omt bathing parlies othor than
olub -members no otliors. Club mem
brs and thefr Injinodlate famjllo;
havo tho oxcVualvo prlvllego of lilt
Party ot First Part.
A. H PIHTY
Party of Second Part.
111 stop your pain free. To show you
first beforo you spond a penny .what
my Pink Pain Tablets cun do. I will
niall you free a Trial Package of
thorn Dr Shoop's Headache Tablets
Nouralgia Headaohe Toothache.
Porlod pains eto are duo alone to
blood rongauion. Dr. Shoop's Head
ache Tablets simply kill pa In by coax
lag away the unnatural Wood pres-
burc That is all. Address Dr. Snoop
nwlnvi Wis. SpJ4 17 f. ji. 14U19 Vv.
' ; a
Ou dqponil in a
battle Is worth two
iu Uic ppclcul
because it is beyoud eaay
reach of the ever
Start an account
with us today.
OKLAHOMA STATE BANK
If you want ihe
best H a. m and
B'acon order Ar-
mours1 Gold Band
Wd' sell and guar-
J. H. RUCKS 4
"Wcare '-buttin' m'fbc buj
rtnlv tlrftt rl.THC nnfhl
;prritorfca Write for B'
md pet prices.
PENNSYLVANIA LAWN MOWER8
THE BEST MADE. AT HISCH A
r?7rX-.itif 1 5iV fir J
. F- 'UJl'S 9 r
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The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 73, Ed. 1, Saturday, July 27, 1907, newspaper, July 27, 1907; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc76810/m1/4/: accessed October 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.