The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 30, Ed. 1, Tuesday, December 10, 1907 Page: 4 of 8
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ThE LEADER OUTHniE DKLA.
TUESDAY DECEMBER 10 1907.
IS he LEADB'R
BY LESLIE Q. NIBLACK.
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fprttirat of abort the Newt city in the
In the la'i-tles sont out In the
latest repmt Sapulpa leads all the
cltle- of Oklahoma in the percentage
of b:ra. with AtMark otofe e-
Aid Enid is IfcsV tor btrtfts. Low
sfbRth' itp are fount! m the cities
having the best water systems but
percentages were not compiled
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Tl KSIAY. DHCEMUBH 19 1907.
Hi'(i' Senators Gore and Owen.
M'x. power to West's arm.
tin. i iiji hold up
Tin. f.tto officers ane nicely In.
'la' . t at tlio ttale building and busi
nces is- running smootlily.
Thi cold wave came Just a few dny
lfcp-id of he effort to elect "Gristmill"
4ra't a United States senator.
TU prcsentative Vnndeventor ha the
mlncMty silted up about right Mr.
Vanil'vontcr I broad-guagod and dis-
Tho Boston Globe being on the
scono and knowing all about local con-
I'itkmf declares Oklahoma does not
need a "Jim Crow" law.
Thr r'tcf nf oil has been reduced
lx tents per barreL Cause Uio
S'andaid monopoly does not u&vo to
liaj any ni'rt to get the fluid.
i Htpuii'lean papers of the state
ir.'ul tbiir party will "split."
in).' !)' the last election tbre Is
(.aiuii It la too slim to split.
Illinois possessing more miles of
railm-id than any other tate has a
two 'ent pasxenger fare rate. And
the icudH can hardly run trains
fiK'UKh to ( rry the passengerf
An elastir currency might be of
pvp.i aid wmc places hut !ht would
') f in ic assistance to the people
of Oklahoma .would I)' for the East
to i a v th- money it hat borrowed
rxJ'dne ltayiuond of Muskogee
did -mi come over to hear Colonel
Clan ii( e Do'glas placed in nomina-
tion Tr t'nited Stau senator. Nor
did he send a messenger with handful
.( ii'S.-i tb on account ot being detain-
ed 1 1 home.
A Si Louie newspaper declare
Sea.n or stone gets more without mak-
ing i diHturbance than y otlier man
iu Mnerica. but the St. Louis editor
hud probably not been keeping trace
ol t? nator Harper Ounulngham a
The primary election method of
chousing tlnltvd States senators ha
taken til the ginger out of the
Choice of membeig of the American
hnure of lords and makes the pro-
ctndlnpR very tame and prosaic.
Aside from the historic features of
the occasion the election of Oklaho-
ma's two hvnator on Wednesday
prnmi?es to bo a purely perfunctory
The decision of the supreme eoiirt
to the effect that the Democratic
candidates for cot nty offla e had been
elected bj -he voters of Muskogee
county did not surprise the Ilepubli'
can contestants. But Republicans
have held office so long and so often
at Murkogee they could not surrender
gracefully. Their contest disrupted
their own party placing It In the
light of being controlled by men who
were determined to hold the office
no "matter whether chosen or defeat-
ed by the people. They played their
little act on tho stage for the mo-
ment and will soon be forgotten. Had
their party served the people in the
day it wm supreme and not been
controlled by selfish interest .the his-
tory might liwve been differently
Get Rid of Your Pile Right New.
Pyramid Pil Cure Can Do It
Quickly and Painlessly.
FULL PACKAGE SENT TO PROVE
V v i-. a fearful disease but ey
to i... it urn go at u itgbt.
An I'luiuiiun wiUi ill..' kuilc la dun-
er iu.- dial humiliating and unue
- st .1 1 . .
! .mil 1 1'Ho Cuu has cured th''
woi t lorm of piles knowu. We piuu
J. in ii mall (i .'it I' Uerb Mke
' V'i i liinu to give en iiit !"'( credit
din 1 leel It uy d"'.' ;o L'unanity--a-
mII aM our8tiUs tu ftriu- you rt-
fcai'iui'i Nour pile rt-iin d i have not
fin i In .1 my Hi si box and am jiou
wi 1 Alter the niu iieaiiueui ot
Prjuuiid Pie Cure the hoteuc-Ha left
und I In.' swelli.lg ItaNc kept (let'iean
ii.jj i ui.o utd youi iillc and am
iiM;i;ii- likti myself iikhui Thanking
jou i.uidl. I am om truly C.
CiV) 1iO U Ave Wialtle Wajtb."
V . do uot luk )nu to take our
Vi an wtli.ig that von should try
our iKatiueut ahd d'llui fn your-
self hi ud to tltu Piiauiid Drug t'o
93 i'-ruiiii I Hullding Mamiiall Mich
atid .'Oil will liielve a liet Ulai Jiatk
age Ij ri'iiiui mail. Attei jim liase
ustH1 tho ctujitnt of ijiia puthajiu yuij
an .-.- ure iactly the same medicine
iron i am iiiuKKisi for 50 com or. on
row ii nf ii ii i we will mall you
i-aiui ijuimIihi if ht btuuld not have
You cau K" nxlif ahead with your
work ax u t and ruaifoi ubii all
fsot tt worth trying?
TlwWHUida have been cured iu this
-as paiujtuks and iuexiotibiv way
in the privacy or their owu heme
No tiH'tnn Nu bills tfetid lo-Liy
No better evidence c.f the advis-
ability of electing senators by the
lirlnmry method can be had than the
story of Oklahoma. With a slate just
admitted Into the Union and possess-
ed of many (nullified residents for
senatorial honor the people of the
stale have had to express no anxiety
over whom the legislature win send
o the United States senate. At the
same primary election tluut selected
state officers those for the counties
etc. the Democrats of the state said
whom Uioj would have for members
of tile Unltod States senate. Messrs
Owen and Gore received a plurality
of tho votes sut for tho two agreed
tefritorlos and since that tftno their
selection litis been but a matter of
form lo comply with tho laws of the
Ou the other hand the Republicans
left tho choice of runators to the
legislature. With only twenty-there
members of UiQ combined houses yet
they enguged in a wrangle as to whom
Uiey would select for tho honor of
giving the minority votes of the as-
sembly. Hard indeed are the accusa-
tions made by the contending fac-
Hene of tiie-lteimblican srty over the
leuit oi uimr Kuuujij T 11
Because there will always be a
drnibt which of the factions has the
I blowing of the rank and file of Ute
Hood feeling prevails lu the rank
of the majority party. The senator
were chosen by the people. No mat
ter whether we secured our choice
or not wo realise the voters of the
party spoke and Uiey are the m&p-
teih of the party. 19ach member of
the legislature wav pledged to vote
Tor the men chosen at the primary
lied no one ever would violate tltst
The people are supreme. They
make and unmake pibl1c men. Gly-
tn lie opportunity tuey ryvoltl tlje
cIunIi of pollticiatia and take from tlie
lKriltie of the stale all Uio bad
wrangles and attempts at oouceaJ-mi-nt
Ann so Okluhetrm enters statehood
with the greatest opportunity to tiie
average voter of any state wltli the
lokMiblfc. mttofkUon of Oregon. We
will often err as man is ami cau not
b n ude infallible but hlktory tenches
where ifle n.-at mass of a state or
nai;in err they remedy their failures
in tie effectively and safely tuftu
white 'ne remedy it. left to the few
-that fvv only too often mbitloS
if r n Iflsh ai'taiicement.
S.'ikIiiu to Washington equipped
ami l'oiiest men tor services In to
hiKhebt legislative iody of the nation
we cuu add us a pos crlpt thai theae
n uio choin it and by the peo-
ple in the fulli'Kt hense of the ler.
and we commend that policy to ttte
oldr aud nu it i' populous stated of
Direct primaries aie a success in
Oklahoma and. pard n the HKMertlon
tin re is no page In our history where
tin- people given tb chance. Jiave
elected poor men for high service.
f t ft! Iv t Vl T W W
Miat will tn all probability be the
rat .iu- of ftnanctsl legik-latlon during
in. iiji'M'iii session ot the legislature
u .1 the subject of a special n.isage
ie. Cveruor Haskell will emanate
I; nn th committee on internal iu-
pr.eii.i.U'. with nfi'-iimcf) to seM
Ing an apKroprUtton from coogres
foi deepeutux the A-kanw river
nuking; it uatlgablt) for larger freight
ciaiu Thin lll have the effect pf
lowering freight rates ou InUnv'e
UaiBHti a' least ime-tuird. aftwr.tU
rates have tn-eu adjusted by th OQr-
poratl' n ooiunilhlon.
KeiiHtoi hi'k K Brook of Muskoee
w no was In b. u chairman ot the com
mute on tnieinal Improvements is
in the auocMS-
The necessary lesoiutlon and bill
will be drawn b-f re the adjournment
it the legUlat re wliee delegatiott
will bo sent to congreH tioai the state
senate and push the claim ot Okla-
hi.ina togethei wilhs iter repreenta-
t'ves tud aenaior irt tecuriog Ui
needed appropriation before the oom-
P)iim oa Jiverx aud uarbore of the
national legiulai rt-
IH' UHeteqtad in
IjsrRiisoauiiation or tae
8entk i Clareire Davis of Sapulpa
i rnfnit riin-iiirraiili r ii time and
Such a Cloak and Suit Sale has never been held before. Our sales today were immense. People have
found all our statements backed up by facts and today we iound customer after customer who had looked
elsewhere and then bought; here. And why shouldn't they when they can get values like these:
Ono lot. Children's up to $10.00
Clonks - -i .. ...
One lot Children's $350 Bearskin
One lot Ltvdlps' 50 Inch
Kersey $10.00 Clocks
One lot Ladies' $25.00
up to $1000
Ono lot Hea.thcrbloom
$2.4S Skirls - -..:..-
One lot $6.50
Silk Skirts All
8 button Perfection- Gloves .$2 50
12 button Perfection Gloves....
$300 and $3.50
12 button Undressed Kid
Gloves black only $2.9S
12 button Muequitairc Cape
Skin Driviug Gloves $3.50
Regular Leugtli Oape Skin
Street Gloves $1.50
Regular Length Cape Skin
fciillc Lined citreet Gloves $1-75
Fur Top Wool Lined Street
Gloves $ I 75
Children's Mannish Gloves in
Cape Skin .'. $1 25
Children's Kid Gloves all col-
ors and sizes $1 00 and $1 25
Imitation Chamois Lined Fab-
ric Gloves 59c
$1.50 Corsets the
We want you to get acquainted
with this Majestic Corset of ours.
It's made by a Corset House not in
U10- Trust. -Suoh excellent values
Im've'Tieverbeeu offered to the retail
trade before but for tomorrow we
offer two of the regular 1.50 values
Sale of Fancy
Tomorrow just in time for Xmas
buying we offer a big lot of stamped
linens embracing Doilies Stand
Covers CenterpieceR etc. ; finished
pieces in Eyelet Embroidery Work
Fringed Doilies Hand Work Doilies
also some finished pieces in Laundry
Bags Slipper Holders Comb and
Brush Holders Stocking Bags etc.
"i -' rrow we have marked these
. Joels u just about one-third less
75c White Wool
10 pieces White Wool Waistings
in imncy Voiles wroche Mohairs.
Broche Panamas Bedford Cords
etc. 88 to 46 inches wide tomorrow
these 75c values
15c Pure Linen
Here's a snap. Fifty
dozen Ladies' Sheer Fine
Linen Handkerchiefs a
very timely bargain for
shrewd shoppers a real
15c value tomorrow
59c to 75c Union
Suits for Children
An entire table including. -the
Oneita the Seal Fleece the Oream
Color Egyptian and others all
sites in Children's Union Suits
vprth up to 75c; tomorrow
are not satisned
your money back
Here's a cold weather snap.
you really think the childrennieed
warm underwear buy Ej
Sisse 22 at ......
Stee 26 at .....
Size 28 at
Size 80 at
Size 32 at .. .
We have 20 pairs of these big 11-4
twilled Blankets to sell tomorrow.
'Tkati sqctjds slightly imper-
fect so we ate going to sell them
77c less than regular; $2.25 is the
Pick out your
attentlou toward tnoaBtireg looklun tn
the revenue of tlu state. A bill ini
troducml by him Friday provides for
levying a tax on wrtaln clawed of
busltieMt that means a big income to
Senator Davln la aim a atlckler tor
.ivlng tho people'H money and ojw rat-
ing the state government with Uie
Uaat possible expense.
"I wa' elected by the tax payers
and farmers of my district" said
Senator Davis "and propose to aerre
their Interest" In a recent speech
before the democratic caucus be de-
clared that before voting for . laemv-
ii rn whlra.entilled the expenditure ot
the state's funds that he always
plart-U hlnibelf in the position of his
constituents before voting.
Senator J. IS Tluwoai-'. of lawUju
a young man and at the same ini.
oii of the moat courteous gentleman
ly. rebervod utid dl Knitted members of
ilf senate. In gradually and without
apparent Intent other thai) a dispoHi-
tlou to do the right thing iugratlutiug
Mmwlf tn the favor of his colleagues.
Tue leading senatoiti predict for uiin
one of the most succestu) careers of
sny member of that body.
Keprenantaiivt- McCalla has r e-
tumed from a visit with his constit-
uents in lx)V(? county over Hunday.
He was accoinpauled by Mrs McCalla
and they will make their home at the
Hotel lone through the legislative
We have a better assortment than ever bn
fore. We will still maiutaiu our reputa-
tion of the cheapest place to buy. We
have a nice assortment of Jewelry lots of
Bracelets for ladies and children. We
have the largest disply of the very best
Perfumes in boxes shown in Oklahoma. It
is a sample Hue direct from the maker.
Our prices are less than the wholesale
price. We in' ite you to call.
A ti-'olthy tuaa is a xuik tn his own
right; au unhealthy man is an nnhap
py sluve. Burdock Ulood Hitlers
builds up sound healtu keeps yon
During the past 36 years no rem.
edy has proven more prompt or
tnoro etfeotuul In ltd ourea of
Coughs Colds and Croup
many bomee it is relied upon ot lm.
plloltly an the family ptyi. iaa It coo.
tAlne oo opium or olhar ti&tootK and
J maybe (riven as conildoa ? to a '?aoy
lasto&qaduit PrlcowCc a gouuutiOo
EDWARP NICHCLS Proprietor.
UPHOLD DEMOCRATS. decide who was tb elegally elected oi-
fioer when the mandamus case was
tlve boards. Judge King in the or- he dfT1liBtad tCt"M
gsnlsatioB of bis court in that eounyt Uuclfer. the republican can Ute who
did not attempt ta paw upon who was "V"1"?1 UlTL L V?
th- -ihii.1 JLt . ch ooontv of. crk. stttiug that the court had to
k. h.. ..o-i-D.i rrtn mu for he clerk. The supreme oowt
.- . u.-..n - " .. K.J. :
the different oeHRty emeers unui
otherwise provided by law. The case
holds that Mattney la entitled to
lDrztif Stored I
For everything in ojmr line.
See what we can do for you be
fore you buy. We save you
money. We keep the best. We
sell for cash or checks. We have
School BqoH and
We have Lowney's Choco-
late Candy that's the best. We
have the trade.
waK orally arsued before the supreme
oourt her VmT rtajftf a and decision
wak' withheld until today. The opin-
ion was written by Associate Justice
Kane and Is concurred In by all the
The sulu of other tounty officer
who nave tiled slD"nr caH tn the
supreme court have not bea passed
upon yet by the court but It Is t-up-posed
that oacJi of the d'dy elected
democrats in that oounty wnl be
eteU pnder the court's ruUug.
The supreme oor at four o'clock
this afternoon handed down au opin.
We offer One Hundred Dollars He-
ward for any case of Catarrh that can
not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure.
Jf J. CHBMSY & CO Toledo O
'We the undersigned have known
P J. Cheney for the last 15 years and
belleve him perfetly honorable in all
luinlnese transactions aud Qnanolally
able to carry out any obligations made
by his firm. WALU1NG. KINNAN &
MARVIN Wliolesale Druggists To-
Hall's Catarrh Cure la taken Inter.
nallv nctlnrr dlractlv unnn the Mnnit
ion eusiaimuB tue wru vi muuuswua anU mnooug surfaces oi the syttpm
ip the cai of Tony Mattney. clerk- Testimonials sent free Price 75c
elwt of the dlBtvlct court of Muko- JrP bottle Sold by all Druggists
get .ouufy f J H King. Judjrc of the t Take Hal's Family Tills for constl-
.Hb'int ronrt J'tds KmK rof -rt t patloa
206 West Oklahoma.
WILL DE 015 FOX HUNT
Mooie Xtt Ark. De 4 TU manage
mit of t' i- -freEtpiit lH'Ty si(tti.
ut Kureka Sjiriog informs Mr W H
Wty ihat h. wU havi -tw.ut fj.
line saddle horse here at the Annual
fox hunr hrltmaa week. This with
loi al mounts will make a grtaf .-.uci-
tf Mr Luar fro inthe x'r point or in.
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