The Southwest World (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 7, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 12, 1902 Page: 2 of 8

ht- -a . a 2 Crt C< C I. Henry H. Dcxld has re-
u r. . r :: E:u : turnr : from the new country.
C > '■ . ■: an en irr.-c: Hen-y intend- to stay in Guthrie,
at t; or. T:. -via- He look* as brown as a bertr and
VV. McNeil Intimate* Apr! 2*th
'1 hat He Will Hun ~
strongest in
This i
: ■ jpA
impa- as happy as a lark.
>f the
• Tae American printing: plant
. 1.r •*■ ha-been safely landed in Guthrie.
lean depend on bearing the be-st In a few Mr- Greer wiU re"
for Congress 1 his fall, ^certemerU.nti^nt-.r.v-en « e the publication of the State
i $ ■ igmX • 'X '® ■ I - ' ' ' i' i •—•>

in Guthrie
; J.I
iy Friend* Are Urging jailer
Deciare Him elf, and
Slake the Race.
McCracken, th
■ entertaining his aged
mother, who came from Indiana
to spend the spring and summer
with him. Mr M;Cra <en me'
his mother at Kansas City.
Capital is his own office.
Governor Ferguson will leave
tor Washington next Tuesday on
land matters. Fred L.
jn:: .r wiil accompany Mr. Fer-
. .vjr, a- far a-j St. Louis.
lowing true
the Kan
nc<: to t
story 11
City Star
t Republi-
in-jA at
, who ha-,
laring him-
■ for the Republi-
na! nomination, is
point of announc-
f his statement to-
ive of his feelintf
Real estate sales for the week
ending on the 7th. amounted to
$73,939.5#.; mortgages on reai es-
tate, #28,461.60, and chattel mort-
gage- 110,704.01, making a total
of £113.305.17.
Mrs. Jessie Ryan was given
rce from her husband on the
. " jnd of abandonment. El-
* d Worthing ton was also freed
r m his wife on similar grounds
t the above. They have two
Really, I nave nothing more •
to ay than what I said -everai |
v,'e<:k ago, A'hich wai that I am
r i'ly to u-iert whether I will
a candidate. There is
.. h i thing, however, as pat-
ting.-: man on the back until be I
un : >1< to r< t the encourage- !
ment of his friends, and I am al-
rnott in that position. I contin-
ue to r- .-.v. many flattering let-
ter- from friend i in all parts of
t:i<: territory asking me to make
tbc race, but I have given them
no final answer.''
There are politicians in Okia-
ii'/ma who profess to see a mu-
tu;: understanding between Mc-
NeaS and B. S. McGuirc for the
nomination. Mr. McNeal taid
today that he had not heard the
"There h not a grain of truth
in it, he said. "As a matter of
fact, McGuire told me before his
c andidacy was talked of that be
thought I was the logical candi-
date, and that he would be glad
to upport me. The day before
thi meeting of the Republican
(■:<• <:utiv< committee he came to
rue and taid that, if possible, he
•votiirl like to be released from his
ipport, as his friends had been
pushing hi . own candidacy with
. h rapidity that he felt himself
ii; duty bound to let me know the
P'< .tion he was in. I consented
• rri-ly, ,i, thin- was no reason
v. iiy M«.(iuirc hould not be a
< andidatc. No, sir, there is noth-
rig in the story of a combination."
The Republicans will open
campaign headquarters here as
oon af. a suitable person can be
found to take charge. The Re-
public ms are preparing to make
a more thorough inquiry into
political conditions in the terri-
tory and to secure a more perfect
organization than in any other
campaign yet fouj- lit in Oklahoma
Among the important sales
closed but not recorded is that of
the Hirschi block which was sold
-y E. L Hir-.hi to C E. Schoel-
kopf, of Kan : City, for <2-1.000.
Mr. Hirschi ha lea ed the build-
ing for bis hardware and harness
store. _ The building is 50 by 140
feet and two tories high.
Ju ige McAtee took a hint and
resigned his office.
Judge Merrick says he is not a
andidate for a territorial judge-
hip. We all know that.
For Rent
A two room
Mansur. Call
at Isenschmidt .
Horace Speed spent the past
lev- days at El Paso, Texas,
•. here they are for the benefit of
the boy's health.
house on
n Conrad
The tentorial
board held a e-
one day the pa^t week to pass on
applicants for druggists' certifi-
cates. t. B. is a member
of the board. Thirty-eight ap-
lications were considered.
" ' Fred L. Wenner has assumed
^editorial control of the Kingfish
er Free Press. Patrons of that
nect may expect a better paper
pharmaceutical m tne tuture than they ever had
' before. Mr. Wenner will soon
rr. ve hi3 family to that town.
Harry Edwards intends to build
a good house just south of his
present residence on North First.
Harry intends to put his faith in
The hotels of Guthrie are not | Guthrie in stone and mortar.
able to the number of transients
in the city. It is worse now since In this issue of the World will
the Capitol Hotel was burned, be found a change in the ad. of
More and better hotel facilities ; the New York Racket, the cheap*
est itore in the city of Guthrie.
Matchless Bargains
"Katy" Did It.
There j no longer any doubt
but that thi "Kiity" will make
Guthrie a division point, and lie will run trains into this
i tyon her own tracks. These
atl- i Wei• ''tiled at i meeting
<>t tin jtockholdei' and directors
la i Saturday. The road will
". t live 11loci )>"twcen Perkins
and Grant fur terminal facilities,
hitimatcv arc now being secured
oil all larm lands through which
the company de res aright of
way. Tin matter lias been set-
tled otice lor all.
A Vopy of tin Daily Chandler
Publicist is on our desk. It is a
neat paper, well edited, and starts
out with a llouiisli that means
You should see the beautiful
Southern made Sun Bonnets at
prices that the leanest pocket
book can reach.
Kverythinii is a bargain and
every day a bargain day at the
The New York Racket
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