The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 108, Ed. 1, Thursday, April 23, 1903 Page: 3 of 8
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THE LEADErt GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA THUR8DAY APRIL 23 1903.
To own Good Footwear at great. y reduced prices. Achance to buy really stylish up-to-date shoes and have your feet properly clad at prices that please
Beginning SATURDAY APRIL 25 we will put on a Special io Days' Sale.
We have made a change In Hie management of our store here and the Company's Agent Mr. Shively will be in charge of the business and we put on tills solo In order to better
introduce Herald Shoes. A few features of this Bargain Giving Time will be
Any Ladies' $3.50 Shoe in
the Store for this sale
Any Ladies' $3 Shoe in the
Store for this Sale
Our Splendid Lines tif Boys' Misses' and
If you will try our "Factory to Foot" plan you will help your own bank account to grow
most for your mone'y or your money back.
Bring Your Repair Work to Us.
W. W. BROWN is Our Shoemaker.
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INDIANS fWAfJT TO CHANGE.
Now the Kaws Get Land Potts Want
Tho Ur'.ted States district attorney's
office In this city has been notified
that six nlleged membora or the Kaw
Indian tribe aro aUompUng to secure
a permanent injunction restraining .
hf allotting of Kaw lands and tho
division of tribal monoys. Tho action
has been brought In tho Tawneo couu-
u district court beforo Associate Jus-
tice B. T. Halner and will be hoard
by him next Saturday. Tho porsons
bringing action in tho niattor are of
the James and Pappan families i
They allege that their namos should
be on the rolls of allottees as thoy
rightfully belong to tho tribe. Thry
also state that thoir brothers sisters
and parents are sharing in the divlb
ion of tho tribal fund and are also ho
Indian Agont Major O. A. Mitscher
who is la tho olty states that the pei
sons seeking to secure the injunction!
have secured benefits from the allot-'
imnt of Pottawatomie Indian land. '
and having swured such they are not
entitled to Kaw lands or money. He I
further says that It is a well estab-
lished custom or law that whon a Kaw
Indian marrUt a Pottawatomie spuaw
that the parents may designate
whether the children shall receive
neflts from the Pottawatomie or
hw Kaws. and in this case the parents
.'.rted that the children should be
i-sed as Pottawatomie. Owing to
M fact the agent claims thai the
I i sons are not entitled to i arollment
. 'i the ICnw rolls
Euch Kaw Indian la receiving 400
. s of land and about $1 000 In
money anl consequently it is little
wonder tha- an effort is being made
i the persons delrlng the In June-
t on to have their names placet! on
he Kaw rolls.
Tho United States district attorney
will take up the case and make argu
ments In tho Pawnee county court
Agent Mitscher says that everything.
is going all right with- this exception.
He has been exceedingly busy for
isany months owing to the alloltingof
Janfla the building ot railroads through
tr. resenanon and the construction
of several telephone linos
Local Happenings "of City and Terri-
tory Briefly Told.
Tho W. H. Merten Commission com
pany will soon move to the building
formerly occupied by tho lerWature.
J n gam the awhile Saving- bank
jwm occupy the b.ilhling no being
built by W. I. Eager.
The new home being Ik lit by F. O
Thompson on East Oklahoma averue
is nearlng completion.
Bono Pains Itching Scabby
Swelllnes Carbunclci l'linplcs Scrofula
Permanently cored t7 taVmS Botanic Mood Balin.
I'lraianl and tuft to tat' Thoroughly tattd or t
turn. CuiupoifJ J Part Botanic InQrcditntl.
StrmQtkni vat ItJnev' and tiiak iltmatht evrti
dlltpeptta. Wt kar4 ortr MflM trteinal itgnei
mmsaii a turn mattt In B. D. B. that ttavtJ urtJ.
Itching Scabby Stlo Illood fel hot or this. Swollen
Olandt WUaiit and JUimpioo tb SlOa Uhu VMiiun
la MwiiU 6oc Tliron ruoi.l. w offwulve wipUoiu
Cow-Oolotd Spo( or tub on Skin alt nw-4owu or
orrroDi Uloert an ny van of lh 'wJr. il" or Ky-
trowt teUtns sot UutaaelM or loU Uke
Botanic Blood Balm guaranteed
to aa ana tha wotH nd mott dnp-Mftted mm here
Ctmott. pmtwK maiolM. &a hot ortn tmtt. UmU
Q tom tovt U oetaM u I FAlM radauM all twellintrt.
lutkM bluo4 para Dd rich oomillT cluuunnc Uw
mil body Into A rtoan betllbr oondlUou. iJ.UH.
I... ullwXixtuUnfKaiMilf HltMldPuulUnfltSllkftflr
I nuhlnff tb Uat Mmcm.
Oltl IMieumutUm Catarrh Kezenm
are oKiuad bj an awful pultortfil oooOUlun of tli
and Bcratcliing Ach and rm ; eurat Kaeumatlwii.
L'auutbi ball aU ba Svalai Eruouon. Watvry
Ililttoi ioul faatsriiuj Sural of Kcaaiaa by glTMNC a
para ixoSbr blood wppi j to affaotad pan.
UotafiM Blood lulin Cum Chaaafi ( aU Kindt.
SupiKmUnt; SweWaiH. J'JUiBK Sra. Tmntt&J
Uiofrt. It kllU tba Caseec l'aton awt bMh Ui mmm
Ot wont cancer partcnUx- If T b Itt
IHmpl Wart 8nelUiiK BbooUog SUnlii( fahf
take Blood Balm nnd trier wdl dluppear baton Uuy
dtTctoo Into Cancer. Many apparent! uopato oatet
Kzprea. A'aUe Jlotaule llloualtlin.'i
illreetad on label. It almayjeurcawhrntlie
l(t( quuutltr la taken lrXu rMt
cured the purchuse price- will bs'rerunilett
without arguiueul. (rllsued) Uloodllnlu ('.
Conpleta dlreeUona tot beme etie with eaah tiotlle.
Haaaple of II. II. 11. Free br wrHtBir Mood Balm
Co AtUWa Ga. Detenbe year Iwoble and apaeUt
trea medical adrlic aleo teat la waled earelope.
Any Ladies' .2.50 Shoe inj
the Store for this sale fy
Any Men's 5.00 Shoe in
the Store for this sale
Bight more onrtoads of steel were
brought over froi Kingfisher last:
evening to be used In the track laying
on tho Choctaw.
Photographer Swenrtngen is erect-.
ing a handsome home on North Broad
Notice to the Public.
We have allowed ladtos to bowl
frao of charira for the lost two months
as an Inducement to visit those bowl-
Inn- nllnt'o n ml enn tlid fndrnntfll1 tit.'
..ib !; ....v. v .. ii-..
tontlon paid to ladles In this house.
As ovory one In business must have
a profit horeaftor we will charge lady i
bowlers the same as gentlemen.
Tho host four track alloys In the.
Pollto attbntlon and courteous treat-
ment to all. Yours respectfully
Marks' Up to Date Bowling Alleys.
108 West Harrison avenue.
' The quarterly examination of appli-
cants for teachers' certificates will be
Intendont at' Otorl. ' m Friday an
Saturday April 21 and So beginning
at 8:30 a. m. This will be hte last
examination until the close of the!
normal Institute In August
W. S Calvert
Co. 8upt Logan Co. Okla.
How Are You: Eyes?
Maty a young person in tys town
In wrlnK a nermamentl old look
through defective eyesight. There !
are wrickies on to rorenesa wuicn
U....H WimalHAsn V&a
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UDICOVIVC V lOlld WIS VMU
llnfaiitliia II IAM BK. A IIAIIVk
When rending is sn effort ana. the
' nrow pUCKer neMMne ana nerTOlU
neSS put in SO SPpeHTAItCe It U 1'U.e
to ooaault an eye apeaaejllei Dr. 1
luUttu opt.. P. graduate of the Me
Oomiaak optical oellege oan be oon-
svltoil sny day th.1s uiM-h at lite.
Sheldon's boarding home 40-1 N.
At the SUndaH.
; Tho Standard theatre is doing a iuul
business these nights The audisoce-t
aro large and thoy appreciate hte
wean penormances givon.
Any Men's 3.50 Shoe
the Store for this sale
Any Men's 3.00 SKbe
the Store for this sale
instead of the other fellow's
Purchase Exposition St.
Louis Mo. April 30th to May 2.
For the above occasion we will sell
tickets to St Louis at rate of one fare
plu $2.00. for the round trip. Tloka's
on sale April 86th. 20th 37tk. Jflth
and 80th. Good for return passage
leaving St. Louis up to and Including
T!okoU will be limited to oontinu-
..- ..... .. .i. o-m.. minn
ViU lKlBBtXV IU QBUU UllOWtUUl Wlltfj
trlu w commence on day of sale and
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roiurn inp on uate oi execuuon uy
agent at St Louis.
A j corklns Agent
Are You Using Allen's Foot-Ease?
Snako nto your shoe8 AUon.a Foot.
Ease a nowdor. It cures Corns.
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Bunions Palntul Smarting Hot Swol-
len feat. At all D agists and Shoe
WHY NOT RENT A SAFETY DS
POSIT BOX IN A MODERN 8TEEI
VAULT AND FEEL THAT YOUR
VALUABLES ARE SECURE? FROM
$1 TO ? PER YEAR PAY8 FOR ONE
ACCORDING TO SIZE 8EE THE
CAPITOL NATIONAL BANK ABOUT
..iS. mhux ...
w"4 " tJ--'w '-
WHY NOT RENT A SAFETY Dt
POSIT BOX IN A MODERN 8TEEL
VAULT AND- FEEL THAT YOUR
VALUABLES ARE 8ECURE7 ROM
1 TO $3 PER YEAR PAkY8 FOR ONE
ACCORDiJlCp rp 8IZE. 8EE THE
CAPITOL NATIONAL BANK ADOUT
US Mnln Street.
jfe tusirv sCstv.r-u
r- "O50M V ' m ' nuilell.t"'llil' '
t. . .r " .a am a a a S4 t 1. 1 . . . . ..
aH'VVa. iflB wawi'11 svirun ) HTiiy
SSSd '" '' ''" ' fo FrvtiV Dokatcr Pre
. 2t TJSSaHPkw ' t' eatt 4 f . r..lrsaitw I'ls-a liralmwr
ieJlWSi&r r3F ! 1 Thfii KartHf r.f Prsmmfiro
Any Men's 2.50
the Store for this
Any Men's 2.00
the Store for this
All goods guaranteed o represented. Remember the
To Mothers In This Town.
Children who are delicate fererlsh
and cross will get linmedluto rellof
from Mother Gray's Sweet PowderH
for Children. They cleanse the stom-
ach act on the liver making a sickly
child strong and healthy. A certain
cure tor worms. Sold by all druggists
36c. Sample FltHB. Address Allen
S. Olmsted LeRoy N. Y.
FOR SALE3 One scholarship In Tylor
Literary Normal and Commercial
college Tyler. Tox. Best in tho
south. For ?80 onsh. Address Loader.
Little journeys to Northern lake
this summer than ever Many
summer tours via.
Chicago Milwaukee & .-SI
and many more are gc ing to do likewise. Booklet- that will
lltlp you to plan your vacation trip have becu iued tor those
interested nnd will be sent on receipt of postage as follows
"In Lakol&nd" and "Summer Homes" Jc
"Lckes Okoboji and Spirit Lake." 4c.
y. I m W. 9 anil WBfiSStflS. Ml IICIIIBIIIIil BBSS
J m i v i )iw wr s.ii h it a wiPiiiivt w
ft Uimiuf. A L iiHk: j:ii . H Tli
& W'ai 8i Stila.
CIIAW. l'OND I'reelilent. IIATT1K I.
GUTHRIE LAUNDRY CO.
Up town p til e ut Vnul Newmau'a near I'uatufUfe
The Bsrtlesvilie Examiner which
absorbed the Magnet is r newspaper
to be admired. Its owner sooms to
be a printer as well as an editor
One furnlrhed southeast room 320
East Noble avenue.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
resorts will be more popular
have already arranged their
Wm tftlitr Oaauier ty
Win R Pan. 0n I in.j J
uiiiann V i I; it r ii iliouifcan: Ht
tWm I MATIIIMTraa
in Every Town
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 108, Ed. 1, Thursday, April 23, 1903, newspaper, April 23, 1903; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc72033/m1/3/: accessed May 21, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.