The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 80, Ed. 1, Saturday, March 21, 1903 Page: 3 of 8
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THE LEADER QUTHRIE &KLAHOMA 3ATUnDAY. MARCH 21 1903.
INDIANS MOVING FOR !
Will Call Constitution
Convention and Appeal
South McAlester I. T. March 2"
Oovernor Green McCurtaln of tho
Choctaw nation has taken a declsUo
stand against the absorption ol the In
dian tferltory by Oklalionia or Hip ad
dltlon of any part of the torrttorv m
Oklahoma ar any time. In this vnw
he Is sustained by the governors and
loading men of the five rivllezed in
ions who recently petitioned congress
to leave the territory intact until sop
arato statehood could be granted
Tho latest movement on the part ot
the Indians Is more important than
any previous efforts They propose to
lead the whites In holding a constitu
tlonal convention forming a state in-
dependent of Oklahoma and to knock
at tho doors of congress for admission
into the union in 190C whon all tho
tribal governments aro to bo abolished
hy treaty. Governor McCurtaln has'
taken the Initiative In this matter and
I if I jBf5B
WAS THROWN DOWN
Forced Out of Office by
FavoritesMilk in the
lhc -worst starvation is-
Oxygen hunger. i
It is a disease when your
blood is deficient in red cor-
puscles. It ends in Consumption and
w)cnoar to l a m top m
ftltenre Phon OT.
I A Specialty of All Chronic Ami "(ini'e
On. LULA M. IRELAND
Urmtolif 1st andCbiropn.nv
1WM East Oklahoma Avenue Quthrir x.
VICTOR. .Q. HOUSTON.
Insurance. Real Estatr
Agent for leading fire insurance
Its signs are weakness loss I n(H111 hm. f"' c v
ni. .-i . . ' L Office: Rear Bank of Indian
Spoalal to Dally Loader.
Washington D. C March 80. -It la
announced that Major A. W. Mdwards
of Pa i uo n D Is to be appointed to
the pov.it inn now hehl by Major John
Li. Bit i i lifter of Missouri consul gen-
oral io Montreal Canada. The nomi-
nation irnbahly will be sent to tho
I So far ns ran be ascertained the ap-
polntnunt Is one decided upon by the
prcRiii' tit for political reasons and Ims
no rnniicoUon whatever with re mt
icvent oonnerted with the interview
with Mnjor nittinger ot which com-
plaint wa made to the state depart-
ment It is said that Major Blttlnger
of flesh pale skin transparent
complexion loss or. uuiDiuon
and proneness to "catch cold.'
The only cure is l
MV LUTHER WEST
Notary PublU and
Hatrdresslng manloure and facts!
la tn tin ratrtnvhl lint llnnn wTtnt
A nervous irriuUo moth- ottrn on the vpirp of hysterics Li developed. Spew-
nnfU to earn for riulilrpii; it rums ft child's disposition nntl marls r .
upon licrnelf. Tho trotililo Mwpr-n children and their mothers IaUon' however i rifo and tho under-
tuo often is due to tho fact that tho mother has some fenmlo (Standing is that the prosidont will rely
weaknoss. and she is entirely unfit to bear the strain upon her nerves upon Secretary Hitchcock and Mr.
It is a medicinal emulsion
of cod liver oil containing
principles which vitalize and jm"Bs- "s a. nomig
oxygenate the blood and there- 1M "'" HarrUoa- Phon m-
by gives fresh life and energy L Q Lyle T R
to the tissues. lytle & evans
Ozomulsion is the good food ! Attorneys at Law.'
the easy food the universal Practice In all courts of the Territory
food for all who are sick or in Dewey Building. Outhrlo Okla.
need of strength. To be had
at all druggists. Try it.
has addressed the following letter to that povorninj? a child involve; it is impossible for her to do anything JAkins !o deliver tho Missouri dclega-
Cillliuy. llO CJiiinoi iinji iw as nor cfiiiuuuiii is uui- in niuu-iihk ami tJon t0 m tn0 noxt naMonai Mni
Hliatwrcii uorvos caused oy some (teraiiRemenc oi uie murine syswin ' .. -r.n
with backache hend.icho and all kinds of pain and i.hc is on tho veigo vontln- regnnniss
& ' . . . ' ' .nil thn Traian.na
each of the governorr In Indian terri
San Bols I. T. March 1C Dear!
Governor: After much serious rellec-i
tion I am convinced that It Is tho duty
of tho Inians comprising tho five clv-i
ilized tribes to niako one supreme ef-j
fort to erect a state out of the pres-
ent boundaries of the Indian territory.
I believe that a plan heartily entered
into by the governors of these tribes
which comprehend the calling of a con-
stitutional convention composed of In-
dians and the adi 'lon of wise funda-
mental laws for the future governmpn'
ofethe state would succeed; said con-
stitution to be submitted to congress
for lis approval and to becomo eftec-
lve upon the expiration of present
treaties after It had been submitted to
tho vote of tho wholo people of the ter
rltory ombracod. I
I am convinced that there Ib a pow-
erful sentiment. In and out ot congress
that Is Inclined to give us a state sep-
arate and apart from Oklahoma. Th6 (
exclusion of the liquor traffic from the
Indian territory ould bring to our aid
an influence . Uiat Is world wide. It
seems to mo. In the light of our hist-
ory it would bo fitting and just to
permit Uie Indian to havo a voice in
the erection of at loast one state on
a continent to -yhlch he once lay claim.
Thfso slight suggestions aro made
with tho hope that the plan once und-
ertaken may be harmonious through
out insofar as tho Indian is concerned. I
I desire to add In conclusion that I J
havo addressed a lettor In a similar
vein to the governors of the other Dr
tlons. I hope In tho event that the(
ideas advanced aro In accord with your j
judgment that I may hear from you
In order that you may test the merits
of Oxomulsion send you name and full
THE OZOMULSION CO.
De Peyiter Street w . New York
CHAPPELL & MINTONYE
t'ractice in all courts. Rooms 3 4 S
Naw Adler Eldg.
Phone 881. uuthrlo Okla.
of iinrvoiu nrostration.
When a mother finds that she cannot be calm and quiet with he.r
children sho mayl) sure that hor condition needs attention and sho can-
not do hotter than to lake Tyilln K. Plnklinm'.s VecMublo Compound.
This medicine will build hor syHtem strengthen hor nerves and
enable her to calmly handle a dliolwdiunt child without a scene. Tho
children will soon realize tho (inference and seeing their mother quiet
will themselves become quiet.
Mrs. May Brown of Chicago 111. says:
" Deau Mas. Pin'riiam : 'Honor to whom
honor Is due' and you dbn.'rve both the thanks
and honor of tlip mothers of America whom you
liave so We-netUv holpod and bnncflted. I havo
used Jiyiim is. 1'iiikiinnr.s v continue uom-
potinu when 1 would feci run-down nprvous
and irritable or havo anv of the aches and pains
winch hut few women escape and I have found
that It rclioved me at once and gave mc new
fctrength. Several Indies members of our Lit-
erary Union speuk In tl.e highest praise of your
Vegetable ComjKiund as they have been cured
irom serious icinaie irouoies. una lauy
who thought thc must submit to an opera-
tion was cured without using anything In
tho world but Lydlti K.Piiilclinm'ft VcjjO-tn-blo
Comnoiuut and Snimllvo Wash.
You havo hosts of friends in Chicaco anii
- . if you came to visit our city we would oeiignt to oo
you honor. Gratefully yours Mas. M w llnowx 57 Grant Place Chicago la.
r How Mrs. Pinkham Helped Mrs. McKinny.
" Deau Mns. Pinkham : I feel it my duty to write and let you know the
good you and your Vegetable Compound aro doing. 1 had been sick ever since
my first baby was born and at the birth of my second my doctor as well as
myself thought I should nevor live through it. After that menstruation never
came regular and when it came I suffered terribly. I also had womb and
ovarian trouble. A friend of my husband's advised him to get Lydla h.
I'liiklitwit's Vcfjctablo Compound for me. At first I had no faith in it
but now nothing could induce me to be without It Menstruation has become
regular and I feci like a new woman. Your medicine is a God-send suffer-
ing women. I hope this letter will lead others to try Lydla E. IMnklnui's
Vegetable Compound. Yours truly Mns. Mildhko McKikxy 88 Pearl
St. San Franclico Cal." (March 10. 1901).
FREE MEDICAL ADVrCE TO "WO M EST.
" Tf there U nnythinir in your case about which you would like
ppeelal advice write freely to Mrs. Plnklinm. Address Is Lynn
Mass. Her advice Is fVce nml her advice is always helpful.
FORFEIT If weunnot forthwith produce the original letters ami tlgnaturei
nr au-uiuiv Kfu'ui'iviic-tt
I'lukliaiu .Medicine Co. Lynn JlM.
of the BlttlnRers i mentioning this naner. and a lnnre sample
- . . - ..i -. . .
iree oouie will at once oe sent you oy Frank Dale
'""" l"g"""- OALE 4.
if X&i1 y
wvo tetimonlalJ wUlclt will pro thetr absolute Ranulnn.
at an early day on this subjoct I am JUDGE BEAUCHAMP AFTER GAMS.
sincerely yours Green
Principal Chief Choctaw Nation.
Governor McCurtaln probably has
more Influenco than any man In the
HE HAS ONE WIFE ALREADY.
In Blaine County the Grand Jury Is Yet Silas Waul Has Recently Tried to
Sent Back to Investigate.
Marry Other Women.
Muskogee I T March 12. Silas
21. The Waul who has bean Jilted hy two
in as many days. In Kansas
BRYAN BEATEN NO SHAVES.
presont session of tho district court .women
jhas proved to be tho most sensational City Is a blacksmith and lives at
iterm known In years. Judge Beau- Checotah I. T. So far as can he
1 champ is determmed to rid Blaine j learned he has a wife and family and
county of all gambling devices. The they aro still living at Checotah. Waul
-w- grand Jury which set Monday March came to tills city a short time ago and
Won. Ig returned with tho statement that Itjhecame enamored of a woman here.
" 'had completed Its work and wanted to Ho made her presents of money and a
New York March 21. Lewis Jolly j bo dlscmlssed. Over seventy wltnossos horse and buggy. Sho still has tho
who was burled yesterday at uiu were subpoenaed to appear before the horse and buggy and refused to give
The general Impression here Is tua:
Major Blttlnger Is to be romovod be-
onuse Major Kdwards has to be taken
Onre of to please the No ih Dakota
politicians. That is Uie view taken of
the matter tn the North Dakota camp.
At all events. Secretary Hitchcock has dry.
not interposed to prevent llltttnger's j
The first Intimation that Major Blt-
tlnger was in danger came the other
day when Senator Hansbrough and
others of the North Dakota deloga'i i
called on the president and reprnseti.-
od to him .the urgency of taking cut e
ot Major Edwards of their state.
The president then said he could
offer them the consul generalship to
Montreal. This was tho first sugges-
tion of a prospoctlvs change In Uie
Montreal consul generalship.
Nothing was known of It at ha
stato dopartmont and at first It wan
thought that sonio mtstako had beon
made. Yesterday howovw the atorv
Is confirmed and Edwards will un-
doubtedly be appointed.
Surprise Is expressed among Mis
sourlans that Secretary Hitchcock If
ho is not interested directly In Bit
tinger's removal has made no effi.i ..
to prevent it at least so as to retain
j tho place for a Mlssourlan and it is
this that has given rise to talk tha
! Blttlnger Is persona nou grata wl"i
He was appointed by President Mo-
Klnley early In the first administra
tion of the dead president. The placo
(was one of a number voluntarily of
fered him by the chief executive.
When personal attacks were made on
I him by members of his own party
I prominent Missourlans went to tin
presidont and told him that no m.in
stood higher In the osteera of the peo
ple of Mlsso'irl than h vld. vj
on an old story whloh has bea ..ed
to damage Major Blttlnger repe .. i .
after his appolntmont to Montreal -i
was black balled by a prominent club
to which ho npplled for ininf.-'hlpi
and subsequently ho wih agc-ln
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
A. Q. C. Blerer.
Guthrie Towel Supply.
Cabinet mirror comb and brush Anderson Building Oklahoma area.
and a clean towel each morning JloO
See Walter Hammock at Star Laun-
(First published tn the Dally Leader
March 9 1903 i
Application for Llqucr L cans.
Territory of Oklahoma County of
Notice Is hereby given that
P. M. Vlck
has this day filed In the office ot the
County Clerk In and for said County
his petition asking that a license be
granted him to sail at retail mallt
spirituous and vinous liquors on
Lots 1 and 2 block 59 (G. P.). Fifth
ward In olty of Guthrie In aatd County
' If no protest be died on or before
March 23. 1003.
his petition will bo grouted and
Witness my aand and tho seal ot
said County hereto affixed this
5th day of March 1003.
N. J. C. Johnson County Clork.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Offioo In Adler block south side Ok-
STRANG & BLACK.
Praottoe In all Courts of the
116 West Okla. Ave. Guthrie
al'o solicit perspective work and
wash drawings from
Bridge N. J. and who was postmaster
at that plaoe under tho 'last Clevoland
-adniialstratlon was an ardent Dem-
ocrat. When Bryan ran the second
H-ne for tho presidency ho declared
ilint If tllA Vuhrnskfin was not elected 'luilitrii Hint iiHll )a lnni ramnmliaroi!
lio would not shave the rest of his life. Ua Blaine count). Judge Boaucliamp
Jolly kept his word and did not stated that ho understood there were
Jury and testify regarding tho slot them up to Waul when ho demanded
machines. After hearing til those Ait- It. When she found that he had a
noesos tho grand Jury could not find a ( wife she would havo nothing more to
bill. When tho Jury appeared before do with him and he then went to Kan-
the Judge his honor gave the Jurors a sas City with Jlllile Kunts.
brought into famo by his intj-
(First published In the Dally Leador
Maroh 9. 1008.)
Application for Liquor License.
Territory of Oklahoma County of
Notice Is hereby given that
has this day filed In the office of tho
County Cleric In and tor snld County
his petition asking that a license be
grantod him to sell at retail malt
spirituous and vinous liquors on
Lots 6 8 and 7 block SO (G. P.)
Fifth wfefJ tr. Guthrie tn said County
If no protost bo fllod on or beforo
March 23 1003
the petition wl)l bo granted and
Witness my hand and tho seal of
said County hereto affixed this
9th day of March. 1903.
N. J. C. Johnson County Cleric
Prof. Harriet C. Hiillok mental and
inngngtto hoalor has moved ho? office
to 80S E. Harrison avenue.
DR. O. H. IRWIN
Physician and Surgeon
Offlco and rostdenco 307 East Okla
Office hours: 9 to 11 a .m.. 2 to 4
The Huff Studio
High-grade l'hotngraptir-lhat U vj- liur
Uoexcolled lo the rity-art title and rtn
ltnluh aiMl etegtnl-nlyle moit cortn-t
Klrat-clau execution in every renpeet
Special commercial wi.rk- technical trvto
mm ntudlo view ami interior uui t
i manner aura ti uie
In portrait and picture-in vte that are
reaued nortratt -and enlarulns tr j.t
.. - r. ? .. . . ' -
none ma uiauner ar io pieawi you
Cough Settled on He Lungs.
My daughter had a terrible cough
Ho kept his whiskers 8jot machine In Watonga In which which settled on her lungs" says '.
nlckles were placed and that some- Jackson of Danville HI. "We tried a
carefully trimmed with scissors but
never used a rasor on his face after
tho result of tho presidential election
was declared. Jolly was seventy-three Thim aniri hi honor la eamblln. The Tar which cured her." Refuse substi
( . . -
years old. 'Judge also sent the Jurors baek to In- tutes.
which ho criticised tho oooklng of the
Montreal hotels and complained .' fc
extortionate prices which prevailed.
His standing as consul general!
however was never Impaired and he
was looked upon as one of the moHt
creditable officials In that capacity in
the consular service.
Major Blttinger lias many friends
In St. Louis and It is not Improbable. THE HOUSEWIFE who lives at a
that a strong effort will be made to distance from shopping centers often
induce the president to transfer him finds It difficult to obtaK the beet
rtttnva o4 Unutlnw tin Ulr.
Pnir ." huurMiy atfAtft
Hint 4l W nOI OftOT
Oif work salUUca ao doea the yrice
C. A. HUFF. GUTHRIE.
Artist and Manager. O. T
J. N. Wallace.
Foley's Honey and Tar
Cures coughs and colds
Cures bronchitis aud asthma
Cures croup and whooping cough.
Cures hoarseness and bronchial
Cures pneumonia and la grippe.
J. N. Wallace.
i. .. i 1 I ' ..A.. ... Amsillu mlitiAiit entlnf
uraos me patron was givw oiKura uuu Brt m-u ..- "'' . ... i hhrirf articlea Slmoiv send your
other tlmoe he wae given noUilng. until we gv her Foley. Honey and -"-"" " " "! '!:r -ZTVl . -.i tP
Major Blttlnger's resignation has a liberal trial quantity of
been officially asked for by the aecre-1 ELECT no-
tary of state. Th eai'st; assigned for SILICON
this action is that Mr Blttlnger was th- iamou ilhr polish which will
quoted In a Montreal paper advorat- he srui to youfree of ail cost.
Ing the annexation of Canada to tlti I'xed by owner and makers of Vsi-
United States. uahle Plate for more than a quarter
' Official cognizance was taken of the century Sold by grocers and drug-
rsmarks attributed .o him by Premier P w sent poet paid for I cents la
T.i.rir who wrf.rred the matter to tPP for regular slsed box.
ivestlgate further and told them if they
J couldn't nnd indictments he would dls-
tmlss them and get a jury that would
Many School Children are Sickly.
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for
Children used by Mother Gray
nurse In Children's Home New York
Break up Colds In 24 hours cure
Fevorlshness Headache Stomach
Troubles Teething Disorders and De-
stroy Worms. At all druggists. 25c.
Sampl mailed FREE. Address Allen
S. Olmsted Lelloy N. Y.
Way don't yon get your old clo he
cleaned and pressed they nen It.
CltUens of Watonga and Blaine Wabb Tall n Ing Co.
county heartily Indorse the oourse of
Judge Beauohamp. For years the slot
machine and other gambling devices
have baon numerous In uie county.
Sheriff Marlon and County Attorney
Baker have been making a determined
fight to rid the county of the gambling
olemont. Sheriff Marion owe his
election largely to tho fact that he
camo out squarely against lawlessness
In making his campaign. With Judge
Boaucliamp on the bench tho officials
will no doubt do away wVtn the slot
machine and other gambling devices In
In all Its atage.
Ely's Cream Balm
clean aootliea and heali
Uie dlteated membrane
J t uuet catairli aud drive
t.way a cold la the head
From London the ease was forward-1
ed to the British ambassador in Wash- j
Ington and by him laid before Secre-
tary Hay. The secretary It la said.
address for free trial quantity of
"SILICON" 40 Cliff 8treet Ne
One hundred cnoice trouser pat.
called upon Major Blttlnger tor an ex- tarns bought cheap nav- a pair of
CrimnlraUpiacedintothenotrii.prvi planatiou which was not saUsfftetory. pants made; come at once and get
over me membrane and u aiuorbed. iwwim i and the next step was nis reoaii. choice wetm Tailoring uo.
vni.tAarul ft cure follow. It la DOt dritOZ doea 1 . Mn A.nAl .Unf T7iVn.nv.1ci namlna.i
ELT BlifaTHEJtS M Warren Btreetrw York weok. I Cures Coldsi Prevsnta Pneumonia
1903 1903. 1903.
THE ST. PAUL ART CALENDAR."
SI Sheets 10x15 Inchon
Sont by mall on receipt of 25 ceaftt
In stamps or coin.
f. A. Hiller
General Pasienjor Agent
Chicago litlwaulce & St. Paul Rail
way Company. Chicago I1L
t"re lio't ng fjr ladles an. hj.-
the day or nigh' when accompaiiifl 'i
gentlemen I) w!ers. Polite a'tir a
an' courteous treatment. Positively
no boisterous or ungentlenian . i
duct allowed Marks' Up-toI)a'e R
lag alleys 108 W Harrisrjn aven.-'
Bettor titan Savlno Dmnk I 1
Wrlto for Proptctun 1 I
Clark Wallace & Co.i
InoorporftUd. Capital 350.O00 OO 1
80 State Stroot. Boston. Mass.
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