The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 28, Ed. 1, Thursday, July 30, 1903 Page: 4 of 8
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THK IwIAWCS VTrWHkL OKLAHOMA THUUfcOVY JULY 36 163.
BY LESLIE O N1BLACK.
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rerweekbr carrier ....... 10
Per month by carrier .
Per year by carrier. In advance MM
Per year bv mall in advance 00
Three Months 16
tux months . . .. ... . .. s M
One rear . It W
The Leader Is a member of the Associated
Press and receives the day telegraph re-
port of ttaat great hews or
inflation far ex
cluslre afternoon publication In Guthrie
and SO miles radius.
Mo. & Kas. Business 75; Ed tori al 69.
.Ark. Valley Business 70; Editorial 63.
THURSDAY. JULY 30 1903
After all Is said Oklahoma can quarter sootltra 32 and west 'half of
make summer resort claims. Whora northwest quarter section 33! town-
tan you And' moro delightful nights? ship 18. northwest qaarr.or 80ctlbn
' 1 160 acres $2800. From Benjamin to
The knocker period for Guthrie has C. W. Carpenter tho northwest quart-
paasod. It la now a question of unity or of section ten township 1G. north
and pushing onward. Thero Is no range six east 1C0 acres $1100.
other recelpo for town-bulldlng. I
Sevon hundred million stogies will o
be made by tho stogie trugbnoxt year q- OKLAHOMA NEWS. . O
It Is suspected that this Is one of thog o
schemes devised by tho Antl-Clgitr- OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
ctto league for reducing tno number
of cigarettes consumed.
Tho best evidence possible that this
prosperity is substantial Is the fact resolutions last night asklnfe Pre-il-that
tho panic now on in Wall 8troot'jont Roosevelt to order an Immediate
.n ii-. . m uiu li-msi uuu-jiiii uiv tvui1
faro of Uio romalndar of the nation.
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About tho only thing loft for Uie
Judges of tho Missouri supremo court
to do Is to stand together. The poo- raont of those townsltas' funUs Into
pie moan to turn thorn out but if tho uls own hands. This resolution will
Judges who have yet to hold four and passed simultaneously byiAnador-Bix-year
torma will mako known their j0 nn( Hobart
determination to flno and Imprison j
every voter who permits his contempt Bpeclal to Dolly Loader. g
for tho two-year Judgos to Show.itsolf ( Lawton Okla. July 80. Great prop-
on his ballot It may bo tho people aratlons aro making for the entertain-
will weaken and ro-pleet the court. ' ment of tho visitors to the second an-
Thero seems to bo a good deal of ar- nlvorsary of tho opening of tho Kiowa
Mtrary power bosldefl the power of t Comanche and Caddo countlesat Law-
injunction" -vested In Uio court at ton August -C. Senator Chester I.
least tho Missouri court.
WAbHINGTON NEWS. O
Special to Dally Leader.
Tho treasury department at Wash-
ington replied to tho communication
of Govornor Dolo of Honolulu who
made a request for Information re-
garding tho attltudo of Prosldont
Itoosovolt toward the proposed Ha-
waiian loan of $2400000 for public
Improvements passed by tho recent
xtra session of tho territorl legisla-
ture. Tho treasury department asks
Jot a. dotalled account of tho terri-
tory's finances and tho necessity for
tho proposed loan. Tho requOstsd
alntoiiioiit is now preparing.
Tho secretary of tho interior today
xomovod Thomas H. Broon from the
position of ijuporlntondont of tho Fort
Lewis Indian school Colorado and
appointed as his successor W. M.
Potdrcou. who now holds tho position
of assistant superintendent of the
Cholac county Indian school.la Okla-
homa. In April last John R. Hughes
who had boon discharged from a posi-
tion at tho Fort Lowis sohool mado
charges of drunkonncss and scandal-
ous conduct against Broon and the In
dian bureau sent Inspector Me. N'ich
olaa to tho school to mako an liiveetl-
gaUon. Tho Inspection found tha:
part oi ungues statement was true
His reooumondatlon upon which the
secretary removed Breon was offlolal-
ly announcod as follows: "That Sup-
orlntendont Thomas N. Brcen should
"bo dlsniThsed for drunkenness for
putting ' government property In Jeo-
pardy whllo drunk for djegractfuj
acU at tho school whllo undor tho In-
lluonco of liquor for infirmities of
tempor resulting .from drink for no
longer being 'physically or mentally
capable of oomluctng a school with
credit to the government wards and
employees." The superintendent nt
he Fort Low is school receive a sal-
ary of $1400. a yar.
ThO report of the Interstite com-
morce commission un railroad acci-
dents In the Unltod State for the
throo mpaths ending Marcli 81 last
W.Uit during that carter 300
persons wore killed and 2.8S4 injured
in train accldonts Other kinds of ae-
cidents. Including those sustained bj to be built according to tho latest im-
mployea whllo at work and b' jms- pnyed methods. The secretary and
T T-Y Wc mean all that rich dark color
UGrfiJridir yur hair u 9ve. u &
gray now no matter; for Ayer's
Hair Vigor always restorps color to gray hair.' And pften
it makes t!.a hair gray very heavy. .o.fisrrui.
wnfefers In getBiigIra Snft ff earn
making Uio ngttf&gnto casualties $27
killed and 11481 Injured. Thoro wore
1.060 collisions and 1181 dOratttnenU
causing $8-l01.0C6 dainngo to cars
engines and roadways
Tho acting socrotary of thoiinterfor
hafe approved deeds for Inherited In-
dian lands In Sac and Fox agency.
Oklahoma as follows: Front Linda
rogers to J. F. Ayars lot throo and
southwest half of southeast Quarter
tne cast half of southeast quarlor and
lot four southwest quarter ofroectlon
36 township 19 north range five
oast; 30 acres. $1400. From Jesse
James to R. P. Carpenter southeast
quarter of section 31 township seven-
teen north range six oast 169 acres
2(!04. From Edna Falls to Albert
Konworthy. oast half of northeast
Special to Dally Loader. j
lourfon. okia.. Julv 20. The mavor
ami ctl- council of Lawton pavcl
and thorough Investigation of tho in
terior department's troatmonj of this i
city and county In regard td tho lot
funii m0noy. They also alk that
Presiflont Roosevelt tako tho disburse-
Long Congressman ' Victor 'MUrdock
of Kansas John C. Stovens of Texas
Governor Ferguson Delegate Bird
McGulro and many others will speak.
Guard Parker chief of the Comaucho
Indians will bo on hand wlth one
hundred of his trlbo.
Spoclaj to Dally Loaxloi.
Fallls Okla. July 30. William Ea-
ton formorly of Fallls committed sui-
cide In a saloon at Keokuk Falls
Pottawatomie county by rsioUng
himself in the side the bullet passing
through tho body causing almoat In-
stant death. Taton had only boen
married a short time and domestic
troublo seems to have boen Uie
cause of tho suicide.
Special to Dally Leader.
Mangum Okla. July 30. At Sato F.
Wright's farm eight miloo southeast
of Mangum yesterday Claud Wright
aged 21 and Price Wnmplor aged Si
were digging a woll. Thoy wero down
about forty foot and striking hard dirt
thoy put in a blast of dynamlto. Aft
or tho blast thoro was so much smoke
they abandoned work until this morn-
ing whon young Wright went down
to soo the effect of tho blast
Wompler who was on top of the
ground ditcovored something wast
wrung and wont for assistance. He
got J. A. McWfntors to let him down
to soo wht was the matt.. As soou
as he reached the bottom he dtsoov-
erl ho could do nothing and called
' McWaters to draw him out He;pany Vamy8 poo lia( McCuJlough's
4ikft 4k j!-4 ev nrtil tcrit hlvtt ir n1mrB( 1 .
M" iw "" " " "1 " ' ""
to tho top of the woll whon Wampler
lt hold and fell back Into the woll.
At Ia8t report the bodies had not yot j
en reooverou iram JJio wan. ine
two young raon came hero with their
paream from Rural Retreat Va a
few montlis ago.
O INDIAN TERRITORY NOTES
Special to Daily Lpsddr.
Muskog.ee I. T. July 30. A. H.
Bonnell. secretary and R. P. Graffn-
reid. director of Uio Muskogee public
school board have gone to Kansas!
City to inapect ami get information
about the constnietlon of modern . .. ' . . . .
..hool bulMIn.. In Ihl. nltv ..."? f tle OhflOOtoU CommoroKl 0lub
nas swon appropriated for the ore
tlan of three public school buildings.
director fwlll also visit St. Louis an
bpcclal to Dally Loader.
Ardmore I. T July 30. William
Cameron who has a bottling works at
Madlll died suddenly yostorday from
effect of an add used in tho manu.
facturo of soda 'pop." It Is not known
whether it was taken with suicidal in
tent or not.
Muskogee I. T July 30. Phil
DavidBon an 18 year Old boy wnj bit-
ton by a rattlesnake near this city
this aftornoon. Thi boy was pitch-
ing hay. The snake had been cut In
two by tho mower and the hoad and
part of tho body were raked up In tho
hay. Davidson lifted it to Uio stack
when the part of the snako fell back
on his arm. Llfo was not extinct In
tho snako and it fastened Its fang3
in Davidson's arm. Ho came Immed-
iately to this city for treatment.
- ' .
Special to Dally Leadc-r.
Muskogee I T. July 30. Tho first
application for tJio sale of Ottf In-
dian lands under tho new . av. v-ia
were mado today when '- w: of
lands vroro posted on ''i '.i.lccln
boardln tho Ind'an agot's office.
September 25" sealed bldsmay be
opened and If the bids ore as high as
the secret appraisement and. tho al-
lottee is willing to eeli at the bid
prico a deed will then be mado by
too Indian. agent and will boscnt to
the interior department at Washing-
ton for approval.
Special to uaiiy Leader. ' '
South McAlester I. T July 30.
Jesao Ammons the 11 year old son of
James H. Ammons was drowned hero
today whllo paddling p skiff on the
rosorvolr of tho Choctaw railroad. Ho
was unable to swim and his 7 year
old companion could give him no as-
sistance. ' t
Ardmore I. T. July 30. Full blood
Mississippi Choctaw Indians an? cele-
brating two miles east of Ardmore.
Have been dancing Indian dances for
two days. These danoos aro held an-
nually with belief that thoy win -ward
oft ovll Bpirils. Tonight an Immense
crowd witnessed thiB Indian dance.
These dances aro of Interesting fea-
tqro to now citizens who came miles
to soo It.
Vlnltn I. T. July 30. Tho body' of
John Johnson of Stllwoll. I. T. has
boon recovered and lntHirnii f'n -:ho
cemetery near there. John "Johnson
was a young man 19 years old. He
went on the rocont Kansas City
Southern excursion to Kansas City
and was brought back a mangled
oorpB. The circumstances surround-
ing his death 'are meager and unre-
liable. Tho best information seems to
bo that at Amsterdam Mo. Johnson
fell from the train and was crushed to
doath by tho wheels of passing cars.
His body was found by th track not
far from the depot at Amstordarh and
he was identified with difficulty.
Vlnlta I. T.. July 80. -Tho tSvn of
Pairlqnd I. T.. on tho Frisco system
twenty miles from this placjj ha
been almost wiped off the map" by a
disastrous fire. Among tho smoking
ruins thiB evening" two house could
fie seen standing and those) wore
The flro was of lncndiary origin
and tho buildings in tho town wore
nonrly- all wooden atmoturcss.i'oxeopt
u two jrIok 8tor08t whoh oft
$mm ia Ul ! wgIon. "
atanjijng in Uio buried itsgion.
Tho buildings destroyed wore:
Bftnk of pairland Adorns Dryg com.to OkItthoina 0ty. Sunday leaving
store. W. D. Gibson general -morohi
andKeo; John Chambers cold 'drinks;
Troyer's barber shon. BradBhaw's
restaurant. In Dixon building? Sara
May's barber shop Clchol'a meaty
market. Cherry's grocery Djpn &
Ames blacksmith shop Dixon fr
Amos' rqsUuirant Chadps .Rogers'
uullulnstr and sovemL -fticant diou
The vault in the bank of Falrlond .
stood the Aro intact and the'papcrsy
books and valuables ways all saved.'
Tho flr. awent ovecjAhlng from
nn's briak uulWIng to the Connor '
OfljnpbeJl brick building oxoept an
brtok iMrtvsxHi thaw buildings. Noth-
ing wiu burned on the oast side of the
main street. Loss osUmatotl Jit ISO-
000 with proctlefllly no Insurance.
Checotah I. T. Jub 30. At a meet-
l nnlcit If tv-na ilonlilMl If. en 11 n. eon-
veution of delegates from every town
and liostofflce in the Creek nation to
'meet hero on Tuesday August 4. Tho
purpose of tlieoonvonUon Is to start a
movement for the removal of all re-
strictions regarding tho sale and leas-
ing of Creek Indian lands. Recent
revocation of rules governing the die-
Iposal of-land has practically suspend
ed business in tha Crook nation and
there Is a clamor all over the. naUnn
200 W. Okla. Ave.
Opp. p. o.
(By Associated Press.)
Kansas City Live Stock
flattie 6.000; Btrohg.
Native steers. 4.006.20.
Cow-; and heifers 1.15004.45.
Stockora nnd feeders 2.25QM.40.
Hogo 8000; opened strong; closod
Sheep 2000; strong.
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O SECRETARY'S OPFICE. O
The Bank of Apalachla Pawnee
county with a capital stock of ?10-
000 filed articles of incorporation
with the secretary today. Tho In
corporators are: : B. Cooley and O. T.
Struett of Galena Kas.; C. F. Os-
borne of Keystone and J. M. Bldwell
A chartor was issued to tho Aurlin
Mining company of Orlana with a
capital stock of ?3000000. Tho In
corporators are: D. F. Hollls of
Oriana; S. P. Ilea and M. C. Davis of
Mount-Sheridan Moors postoffico.
You "Know What You Aro Taking
Whon you tako Grovo'a Tasteless Chill
Tonic becouso Uio formula is plainly
printed on every bottlo showing that
it is simply Iron and Quinine lu a
tasteless form. No Cure No Pay 50c.
Antl-Horsethlef Association Will Enter-
tain at Island Park.
The Logan County Anti-Horsetheif
Association will hold a basket picnic at
Island park on Saturday August 1st.
Speaking recitations music and danc-
ing will be the order of the day. Al".
friend of the order are Invited and a
good nine Is assured without charges.
Persons desiring to operate lemon-
ade an. I Ice cream stands are referred
to tho committee.
By order of Committee.
Louis McGill. wanted in connection
with tho kidnapping of Curtis Adams
has.iSo far successfully eluded Uio of-
ficers though his capture la oxpocted
soon. Wosloy McGIl) was roloosod
from the county Jali yostorday on fur-
nishing the required bond.
Tlip SUnto F will run an excursion
nere -ni lu ociook me iaro ior uiu
round trip bolng 95 cents. Base ball
games vaudovUlo attractions and
other .sports aro the promised feat-
ures. Tho excursion will bo run from
Ralston and will leave Oklahoma City
at C p. m on the return trip.
To recover your health you
must first put the stomach in
good condition thereby puri-
fying the blood. To bring
about this change you should
take Hostetter's Stomo.ch
Bitters- It will strengthen
the stomach aid digestion
and cure Nausea Heart
burn. Indigestion Dys-
nancln PvTMi MSliariR. ffl-!
ver And Aub- J
Cut Prices on
a.nd Drug Sundries
Linseed Oil 55c gal. pure. Wall Paper 5c roll
You will always And the lowest priceB and the
best goods at Renfro's drug store. I lead and let
the rest follow. Get your Stationery Tablets.Pens
Inks and Envelopes of us for we save you money
C R. Renfro
R Prescriptions filled with care and proficiency.
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111 iliihi.miliiiiir In.t Hit .in nTIV Dpmnwimin arlleriT. rr finr nt-xTft... . Ul
uhlphag made our Institution niK RECOONlZED SCHOOL OPT
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O Seventeen protesslonal teachers. Positions guaranteed to all competent Steu- O
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A delect boarding school for girls and young ladles located at Hoonvllit one of tie
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