The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 113, Ed. 1, Wednesday, April 29, 1903 Page: 3 of 8
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YHE LEADER dUTHRIE OKLAHOMA. WEDNESDAY APRIL 29. 1903.
INDIAN GIRL HER
101-103 W. 9th St. KANSAS CITY. MO.
niahr Graduate In Med tine. Our 30 ittr
Practice. 21 rtanh Hon-at '. il.
TbeOMest a se tne tnngrtt Located.
JVuthotUed t T thr snip t trtt CHROMIC
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HlKtOUi A.M Slit HI DIMAMS
Fake Corresyondent Sings
Weirid Story of "Singing
The falie correspondent Hub again
broken loose nml Imposes the follow-
ing Oklahoma story upon a credulous
Singing Swan the belle of a Kiowa
iuu!" !!lie-' in Oklahoma line Juat
auctioned herself to pay a debt of
honor of hor dead father's.
Old Jim Crow a famous wealthy
"white" Indian and a character of un-
usual force originality and honesty
was thp successful bidder. He paid
?25.(i00 for the handsome young wo-
man Then he took her to his home
and introduced hor to his family of
grown-up sons a'nd daughters as an
orphan whom ho had adopted and told
them to treat hor ob a sister.
Tho old man Is a widower but those
who know his sterling sense of honor
bellovo that ho adopted the girl to
heep hor Olit Of bad hands and In the .
hope that sho would And an acceptable
huBband In one of his handsome sons
In tho moantlmo the debt of honor
has been canceled In an unexpected t
Sieging Swan's fathor waB Chief
Iron Talk a man of wealth and Influ-
ence In the trlbo. He hail his daugh-
ter well educated and was disting-
uished for his hospitality and his pro-
gressive ami philanthropic Ideas. She
rewarded him by developing Into a wo
man of vigorous mind of much sin-
cerity of purpose and sterling Integri-
ty Her fine qualities and hor beauty
attracted many white suitors but she
held aloof from thorn and stuek l. hor
Ho by rtason of his constant
to Improve his people and to do tho
greatest possible good with his for- ( Rao when he died. McRae is barred
tune was Induced by unscrupulous from bidding. I promise to make the
whites to embark on an enterprise that man who buys mo a good wife provld-
swept away every dollar and left him ed he treats mo well. Who bids for
at his doath $6000 In debt. 'Singing Swan?' "
This amount he hoi borrowed from;
. . - ft --.-. I
n money icnuor. anu wnno ior -enr
he had paid tho intoaost ho had never
leen able to pay the principal.
On iron Talk's uoatu mo money
jenaer spizoa proponr oeiongiuK '
the estate This howover did not
satisfy the creditor and feeling her dreds of elk teeth burnished and tlp-
faaheVs debt to bo one of honor. Sing- ped with gold flashed from her neck
ing Swan finally decided to give her- am' arm and every 3eam of her costly
self in oxpiatlon reserving however garment.
the right to reject the final bid Finally a young Kiowa brave spur-
As soon as Old Jim Crow had given tel his pony nearer Pew heard the
Singing Swan a meek for $25000 he ( words of the bidder but the next In-
hunted up John McRae the money aunt the girl exclaimed: "One thou-
lender. and asked for the note he held
against Iron Talk.
Old Jim read It carofully and then
taking hlB revolver from his shirt he
thrust the paper into the muzzle of
the gun and drove It down on the ball
with a lead pencil.
"Now Mr McRae" he temarVed "I
happen to know that you got moro
than enough of Iron Talk's propor'v
to pay this debt. You have annojed
the heirs of my doad friend long
enough and If I ovor hear that you
mention this mattor again I will send
this note Into your hide with a bul-
let" Singing Swan chose for hor auction
a feast day when a large crowd com-
posed of white traders cattlemen In-
dians half-breods nomads and gamb-
lers had gathered In the vlllnge street
When she appeared among them
clad gayly In tho rich royal robes of
her tribe all eyes were turned upon
her In admiration. Suddenly mount
ing a box she stood a dramatic figure
amid most pioturoanue surrounding
She began to chant In a sweet clear
voice a favorite Kiowa melody. All at
once sho was surrounded by a cheer-
ing throng With a gracoful goture
of one bronze rounded arm she com-
manded silence and spoke.
"Who want's a wife?" she asked of
the astonished crowd. There was an
earnestness In her voice and face that
forbade a Jesthlng reply.
"Who wants a wife?" repeated tht
trembling girl. "I am for sale. To the
highest bidder I will execute a bill of
sale of myself I am about eighteen
jears old I can read and write and
am considered a good housekeeper. I
can make good bread and the sweetest
klnd of cakes and pies. I ean ride a
mustang milk cows and throw a rope
The robe and Jewels that I wear will
not bo Included In tho sale. They are
the property of tho royal family of the
Klowas. They have belonged to the
successive generations of ruling fe-
males In the famUlea of our chiefs for
many generations. Since there are
no Jonger chiefs possessing the tribal
-dignities I have sold the royal robes
and tho Jewels to a wealthy white lady
Tupman a prominent'
lady Of RiclllllOIUl Va. a great j
sufferer with woman s troubles
tells how SllC was Cured.
"For wmr years I suffered with
backache severe bcarlng-don n pains
leucorrhcoa and falling of tho womb
gave any'SireieT' bUl nthlnf?
" I ' commenced taking Lyclla E.
In June 1001. 'W hen I had taken tho '
first half bottle. I felt a vast imnrovo- :
ment and have now taken ten bottles
with the result that I feel liko a now
woman. When I commenced taking
the Vogctable Compound I felt all
worn out anu waa fast annroaehinir
complete nervous collapse. I weighed
only 09 pounds. Now I wclirh 100W
ceived - .f A " C. T pmak 423 West
30th St. TV.n ond Va t$oci forftltlf
erlglgtH 3v -- tmlnq ysiunrv cannot
AYItcii a luctliulne has been mic-
ccssful In nioro. tlinn n nilllion
cases is It justice to yourjelf to
say. withotit.tryhifr if "I do not
believe it would help mo?"
Surely you cannot wish to re-
main wculc and sick.
IWrs. Plnkiiain whoso address
Is Lynn Mass. will answer cheer-
fully and without cost all letters
addressed to her by sick women.
Perhaps she- has just tho knowl-
edge that will help your case
try her to-day It costs nothing.
In St. Louis for $1500. The money
will bo divided amongst my peorle.
who are at this time In great povorty.
Tho man who buys me takes me as I
am but I can make my own clothing.
II need a sum ol money to discharge a I
debt which my father. 'Iron Talk
owed to a white man named John Mo-
The young warriors could hardly
'ikltl flfAl aAm nnrl .HAM. wClntvltlfiv
t.1li rf.n!.. Am nntl ftjn Ma. HCtnrrlllf
"m . "j mui -wiw u..b
Swan" nerer looked lotiier. Her
blaqk eyes sparkled ad ber long dark
twur. mmuf iu u uwn iuiukiw
" -"........ . . FV-.-..
strands or iresn-wnter penns anu aun
.ad dollars I am offered! Who bids
Six-Killer a rich Cherokee. Instant
ly shouted. "I will give $5000 in gold
tor Singing Swan." i The Leader has la stock e ery
"It Is not enogh to pay my father's blank used In Oklahoma; 16')0 dif-
debf of honor" said the maiden ferent forms
ACUTE AND CHRONIC
MUSCULAR MERCURIAL ffittSS3Ji
Hiri A UUnTrtDV
ir L Am in A I Ull Y D5
baromrs and most accurate in weather predictions the increasing pains in j
muscles anl joints foretelling the approachinff stonu or the coming of bad j
weather. It is from these constant sufferers that the great army of rheumatic '
cripples is recruited. Their bodies are worn out by the incessant pai-ja and j
tne joints become so stiuenca ana Dent
vaui uicy uic u. ia&i compeiicu tu give
tip or hobble about on crutches.
Nobody ever outlived Rheumatism;
the disease never loosens its grip or
leaves of its own accord but must be
driven out by intelligent and persist-
ent treatment through the blood for
Rheumatism of every variety and form
is caused by an over acid condition of
the blood and the deposit in muscles
joints and nerves of corrosive poisons
and gritty particles and it is these
irritating substanres that produce the
Inflammation swelling and pains
which last as long as the blood remains
la this sour and acid state.
To cure Rheumatism permanently
the blood must be nurifieu nnd invig
orated and no other ictnedy tloes this
i refreshes and restores to the thin acid
tainintr nrooerties. And when stron jr.
the. body the acid poisons and irritating
the pain-racked despondent Rheumatic sufferer will receive helpful advice
from Physicians of experience and skill without charge. Write us fully aboac
Tour case. THE SWIFT SPEOIFW OQ ATLANTA 0A.
At that moment old Jim Crow apok
up "I awl s hotvwfciper" he wild
"ad If Singing Swan win take klndl
to old Jim I will put a bIipcK for $10-
000 In one of her littl nands "
"You can't get her " "roared lite
"Can't I?" retorted Jim. throwing
his Winchester across his left arm
and drawing a long piece of glittering
steel from hie belt We will see
about that. Mr. tujun. Shout $16000.
Mis Singing Swan and tell 'em to
The two glared at each other to t
great delight of the crowd and
ioubt to the Intense satisfaction of the.
Indian girl. They continued bidding
Mnt" Jm fiwnted $js.too. as tu
ngry Cherokee tamed his hone add
Salopd Way the croW! rored wl
lighter and when theya tie
smiling beauty holding her hands to-
ward he bidder and heM
her ' "Here. Mr Crow; Come aufl
take your property."' they filled the air
B E. and S. Railroad Valuation
l The annual statement ol'the Black-
well Bnltl and Southwestern road to
the heart! of railway assessors of tie
rrt!nrv uab ruHnil In- th to-!.
Tho road Is S3S.03 miles in length with
a total valuation of $660010. clawed
as follows: Main track. $470000;
I side track. JSl.flOO; buildings $1029;
rolling stock. $48620; tools materials
etc. $3500; total $50010.
Miae Zoe Thompson has been select-
ed bj the Oklahoma board of pharm-
acy to represent that body at the Joint
session of the Pharmaceutical associ-
ation of Oklahoma and Indian fnri-torj-
to be held at Oklahoma City
May 13 and 14.
Washington D. C April 38. Secre-
tary Root today received a telegram
from Prosldont Roosevelt asking htm
to accompany the presidential party
through Kansas. The secretary has
accepted and will go as far as he can
the mim ft ColuPmbu8
the militia gathering at Columbus May
Danger of Colds and Grip.
j The greatest danger from colds andJ"a'ai' 8"a uu iVUBl18 -"l ""a1.
Igrip la their resulting In pnjuronnlid11 run8 10C yarB to tho K)luul- aml
'it raoennnhto Mn I. .! nWnv. 'hat m"18 2.000000 mlltW Of tWltlO tO
. .... .. t1i ni.l"e P the wheat and oats of tho three
UUU UUUUIU1..1U1U d UUUbll IL.UIOU.I LUH' '
. j- . K i.ii -
wnR Qf th0UBand wb0 hiri u8a4jil8 eM lntereeted in the trilleage of his !por month.
ms romody tor thMS aiseasea wejlwine than he Is In the cost of It The! See Walt
.navQ t to Ioarn of 8ini ca- ja;W
ragulted la pnouraonln. which
shows conclusively that U
.3 a certain
preventive of that dangerous disease.
For sale by Eagle Drug Store
Rooms furnished or unfurnlshe 1
Economy grocery 21'J S Oklahoma
Suits to order Ffnelino sauTnies
O. K Pressing Club 117 S First St.
Some people have been suffering j
from Rheumatism so long that
Via A v AM MM MAT a.A4 A4 . M A
long since forgotten the toys of a painless
existence. They are at the mercy of every
wind and their misery is aggravated j
exposure to cold or sudden changes in j
temnerntiirev Tliev hcrnme wnllrino"
Bowline Grenn Xy.
dantlaman: About a year ago Z
was a.ttaoied by aoute Rheumatism
Inmyahouldera arms and lee blow
the knee. I could not rales my arm
to comb my hair. Doctors prescribed
for me for over two months without
clvlnar me any relief. I saw S. S. S
taw S. S. B
to try It.
d Its user '
:d to my
advertised and decided
Immediately Z commenced
felt better and remarked
mother that Z was glad I haa t last
found some roller. continued its
use and am entirely well. Z will
always feel deeply Interested In tho
Ticea of S. S. S. since it did me so
much (food. Yours truly
MRS. ALICE HOB.TON.
31X Twelfth Street.
so well or so promptly as S. S. S
blood its nourishing and hcalth-sus-
rich blood is again circulating through
matter are washed out of the muscles 1
anu joints anu tue pains at once cease
and Rheumatism is a thing of the
past. 5- S. S. is a purely vegetable
medicine and does not derange the
stomacl like the strontr mineral
remedies but builds up the general
health increases the appetite ana
tones up the digestion.
Throuch our Medical Department
Tho Kind You Havo Always Bought nntl which lias been
in nso for over 30 years has homo tho signature of
-jjP nnd has been mado under his pcr-
CLjCT'I sonal supervision fllnco its Infancy.
wzr?r '-ctttsUK Allow no ono to deceive you In this.
All Counterfeits Imitations nnd" Just-ns-good' nro but
Experiments that trlflo with nnd endanger tho health of
Infants nnd Children Experience- against Experiment
What is CASTORIA
Castorla is a harmless .substitute for Castor OH Pnro-
goric Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium Jlorphino nor other Nnrcotlo
substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms
nnd allays Feverisliness. It cures Dlarrluca and "Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation
nnd Flatulency. It assimilates the Food regulates tho
Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep.
Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
The KM You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
THt CCIJTUH COMPANY TT MURKUT TIIIET. HtWTOKR COY.
TWINE PRICES HIGH.
Trust Not Afraid of hte Kansas Peni-
tentiary Made Binding Yarns.
Wlthltn.a fortnight Kansas City sup-
p3P hoU80s wlU b9gm shipping hinder
twine Into Kansas Oklahoma and the
Indian territory. These throe regions
""v ".. i.u8 iwwe oium
However tho fnrmerjand a clean towel each morning $1.00
ueniienunry autnonues nnve.dry
"DUtni "-' '" l" ' '
their nriann-mnria twlnn nf OU in in
t."l "" """'" "c """lc "'""u
tecturcr are not alarmed at this price.
which Is down to the actual cost of
manufacture for their price list juxi
poste.i quoted 11 cents The prhate
manulacturers say that as the prison
can turn out only l. 000000 pounds
while 'he demand will be for f.ooo mm
pounds additional the market will
no be spoiled for them.
Bodily pain loses Its terror if you'e
a bottle of Dr Thoma' Iflclectric Oil
In the house. Instant relief In cases
I of bunts cut sprains accidents ot
policy is to
Be saureand see what we are offprlntf in splendid suits at $10. 12 5u
15 and $18 in Black Thlbets Fancy Worsted and Homespun Cheviots
All the proper styles are bare at tlief e prices in patterns that are
found only in the tailor shops. Only difference you get two suit-
here foi what you would pay the tailor for oiu Our cuat are ah
made with concave shoulders hand palW cuihir c.o-' fitting hand
made lapels. Jfo better clothing tu the world.
In connection with our cloth litf we are showing tbe finest things i i
Hals. Shirts. Underwear Collars Hosiery and Suspenders A loon
will convince you that we set the pace and deliver the good-..
Levy's Bee Hive Clothing Hoiis
ASKS $5000 FOR BEING
JOLTED OFF CAR.
Oklahoma City Okla. April 29.
The Metropo'ltan Electric Railway
company of this city in operation
only a fow wooka was today mado tho
defendant In a $5000 damago suit filed
ty V. J. Leo. a woll known furnlturo
dealer. Mr. Leo claims in his petition
that hla right shoulder was broken by
being Joltod from one of tho com-
pany's cars on April 3.
Cabinet mirror comb nnd brush
Walter Hammock at Star Laun-
protert tour ld?a Cnntut
tatlon free P ilejiendent
.:iucco8 i:t rwi Mllol)
tfven fn Hi nth street.
V jhlrit(!.) i D C
re nig tl for unnatural
trrltatlom or ulcarallona
at mucoua niembranta.
rrMllU f HtllUl. P.lnl... .n.1 tint ..trln.
ItKlEVitlSCHMttUCO. ceutor polionoua.
k CINOIKltitl.O OafK Hold hf DrDRvlals
or aanc In plain wrappar.
vt axpraiv prapam. ior
SI 00 oMtuttlraai7(.
Circular lint on rniueat.
rlnnf uvl liMatlftaa tha hair.
I-ntiM rfcf a lavun.nt frrnrth
ttrrrr Falla to neatqre Oray
Ir to ita rouUjru) Oeior.
Currt -a p 1I.-m ft tiafr laIUfi.
"t iidiun ruii
LEVY'S BEE HIVE
m him ik 'M
MW Oatft.Urd H
av. r s. i. zamr
ing Your Sprin:
ed AM modi met furnlnhf.. fittfnt
uk n merturr or inJurtA ' mrd'
vine. up4 No a tAntlitB from Tin.k
ne iNtttrnti at a alliance tt r.t
bTtnftli ftnrl Rfnnta XlAtllAlnft. cn
ei rrir&ore (recfrotr KKtaorbrraknirf N .oi"tu m
. 'p-1' "nlwipari par lent wtno-dr rsTn
"" oter MOW) casta cured. Aire anC exp-rteu. aro
tiri.irtant Bute roar tm and Mod for 'rm foa-
uitionfreeandconOilanUal penonallro. j tualL
Seminal Weakness JSJ.rf""''
and Sexual Debility ISr.rM'e?"8?
an top nljht 1oiev r.-ltora utrual power nerra
and brain potrrr.enlanreanditreqitbenwi'ak rnrta
ndtnakerountformarrlax. bend tor liooW.
f?trlrtilrr Itaill.-;i-cored with a n anJ
jSJiU: Inlall.ble Coma Treat mm t.
UMQ LilCCt No tDttrnmcnta Bo p o d
entlnn from butlrftii Cure UTiarantctd. Book anj
In ot quoUooi fr-c -i-aled.
Qul.liU Bloo pr.-n!oR nd all prlrarndn
Varicocele Hydrocele and
Pl-ilmnale Jrmanentir cured la few data
f II I m O S 1 1 B1ibout pain or danger.
BO O K f0.J? w-m rw a a? ri"jr .
.. - . wth f ' deacrlptlon oboe diuatc
tin- carets and i ure- Mot sealed In plain vr p
" c atampa--free -oiriie Free muteom
for children! taft Mara. Ho platmu
(First published m the Dally Loader
April 15 1903)
Application for Liquor License.
Territory of Oklahoma County ot
Notice Is hereby given that
Henry M. Neumann
has this day filed In tho office of thf
County Clerk In and for said County
his petition asking that a license be
granted him to sell at retail malt
spirituous nnd vinous liquors on
Lot 4 block 68 In tho Fifth ward
City of Guthrie In said County and
It no protost bo filed on or boforo
April 28. 1Q3
the petluton will bo grantod and
Witness my hnnd and tho seal of
said County horoto afflxod this
14th day of April 1903
N. J. C. Johnson County Clerk
published in Dally
April 27. 1903.)
In the District Court ot Logan County
Caso No. 4107.
Emma "Nolson. Plaintiff.
William Nelson fDofondant.
To William Nelsons You aro here-
by notified that you havo boon suod
In thu above named court That
plaintiff filed hor petition In said
court on the 2fith day of April. 1903
asking that a docreo of dlvorco bo
granted hor against you on the
grounds of drunkenness also the use
of vile .and opprobrous language as
well as spanking nnd beating this
complainant. You aro further not!
fled that you must answer said petf
tlon In said abovo muse ot action on
or before tho 9th day of June lOu :
or said petition will be taken as truo
and Judgment rendered as praye.l for
and ousts of this action.
Thomas S. Jones
Attorney for Plaintiff
T. A. NBAL.
Clerk District Court.
Dy C. H. GrUwold Deputy.
.u Mr8?Vy f" .W3iWW' (- 0&. .
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