The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 111, Ed. 1, Tuesday, November 24, 1903 Page: 3 of 8
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THE LEADhrt GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA TUESDAY NOVEMBER 24. 1903.
REPUBLICANS ON STATEHOOD.
Al(ged Party Leaders Go On Record
But V'at's the Use?
NM that tinio i iiitli .lan(t r of
tnti I of nl lefcisla'inn nl this Mansion
nt conmess lt'pullteans in Oklahoma
fli quit.- Kill) Hi it art? Homo of the
prps Ions t)f some fif Hip faithful
Ks'lo A I Sra 'Two yf-arR
aii il whs necessary t hae the out
i.i'njs litli m ordt to get aii) bill re-
ported out of the committee of tin1
whole In th houso an Grosvenor
.in no ii and other loader" were
against us. but the ery thing; that
rude 1 'us in netting It tlirough the
liou-f killed It in the senate We mum
work this year as Republicans to
iup a republic an state "
chief .lustiro Burford "My policy
wool lip hencpfoi ward to make a He
imiili'an fight for statehood The tlmi
liai passed for non partisanship in
siat'hiMHl campaigns atatehool that
wo v ant inunt be secured from Re-
publicans or uot at all We must de
pi ml on our being; able to show that
ihi. will be a Republican state as
Backache & Kidi.
Airs. Wm. Eckerson After Years of Suffering from Pains In the
back ana Loss of bleep Completely Cured by
Ml i '
A FEW DOSES MADE MB PKKL IIBTTISK."
"I wish to add my testimony to that cf other about the
merits ot that grand gfnl medicine Warner' i Kuf ( 'm p hHM
tlmo ago my health began to fall and the d'Kt i rspr.woii'i .1 thit-
ney trouble 1 grew sU'nd'l) t nrwauil noth
ing soerned to ltd p ma. I vnsdWoiim.(M and
about tj gire up the struggle when I r tl an
ndVertlsemant of Earner's Rafe O-j sutd
thought I would try It. It might do mi .-no
good and at any rata It exuld not in il p me
fesl much wnnie tlian I di 1 Igctal. m Hnd
ooimiKiippil lining it. Aftsra fw.v o).. ' to m
surprise antl delight I frit lmttcr Mi fi h adi
nil noticed the change ai.d cur mrnged mo to
keep up tlie medicine though 1 diuiwt need
much urging to dotluu Ui f.j't tij I was
feeling better making me nan to ' p .t up
Well to make a long story short T kept right
on taking "Safe Cure" and today I can say
with much tliankf nlnaes that I oni a well wnro-
nn. I feel tluit mv m-overv Is KolfJv duo to
Warner's Safe Cure antl I nm only too glad at
nny time to recommend It to any oue who lh in
need of a cure for kldn v dbtense "
MUM. WM KCKKKHUN
840 Kant Libsrty Street Hchcnectady IT. Y.
0n.es Kidney Oiseas.
Wo havo thousands of such lottors from grateful men antl women nil over the world who
have liepn rescued from n life of suflVi mg and an untimely end by taking Bafe Cu-e.
More suffering and deaths result from affections of the kldnevstltan from
all other diseases and principally because they arc not discovered In time.
If vou liave the slluhtest doubt about vour condition itliout ileluv
hap iery reasoii to believe thai il .- unitn mniipun if iinup Let some morning urine stani 34
It... lUUK MUHtT5 A I HUlutl fc'J?ft"SrSaSM
It. or it is the loaat cloudy or smoky your kidneys ore seriously affecteit ami utterly uu-
nble to carry the waste matter out of the body; and if allowed to run on without trenl-
. ' WITH DECISION.
Special to iniiy Leader
Ltor Okla No 24. MltCii aat
iaf i xim vstfd hen- iier the
derlhion tit t; noral 'Oilier assistant
'-ecu m it na la disapproving the
prop" 1 1 ion made by Major (Jeneral
Bates loi the trati for of the Apache
prisn.i' nl wn trim tin Fort Sill
na- i ii in )i I thorna to tin reser
vatu i t in lit no in tbo same terri
ior wnii t view to the utilisation of
Fori Mil ri - nn ion for military
nwiit iim rs on a larsre seal" General
listen ( cfimmondptl FVrt Sill as an
ideiil plae for army mamimrs TIk
re3erTition can b- used for maneuvers
without r -mm Inn i!n Indians
A MAD DOG SCARE IN LAWTON.
Special to Daily Leader
Lawton. Okla. Nov 24 Ten days
agvi a mad doj; bit several dogs here.
Toda these dogs begun to act
trangel Tho police have Issuei
ordt-rs that all dogs he kept chained
up ami all precautions taken to avoid
mwit the uric add will clog the blood and poison the whole system causing inflam
inatioa of the bladder and urinary organs headache backache. enpeciaflT hi the loins:
....- v .. .' . ... .-...
aysiei)t)int constipation rueuinimc poms antl swellings torpitl int-r ner-
vouMiem all manner or blood and skin eruptions nnu nnaliy a complete ureekrto" n or
such outward symptoms until the disease has secured a firm hold.
tlie general healtli with 11 right's disease of dialietes ami )catfi. If you are already ttofrr-
ing from any of these diseasnA your Hfo is in grave danger as the kidnej s rareiy put forth
w ill The changp in the territory Is
rain llv going on -i 1 the Republicans
in m-tiing the best of it except In
one county (Payne) where thv coun
.n I- being taken up principally by
Missouri Democrats We are now
f-tanding on our last pegB as Republi-
cans In securing a Republican state;
this next congress lb our last hope as
K publicans ii is a Republican fight
now if we do not win we might
wt II Mirrencler to the Democr.i s
ci aw I into our holes and let them
haw it I lxllee we will never hae
rwti states out of Oklahoma and In
vJlan teirltory and none at nil for In
dian territory for five or six years a"
leasi The question is must we wait
xmiil Indian territory conditions are ' representation without being able to
rU" " The time is now for Republi t oe taxed also Ol 1'Uioma should have
tans to secmv immediate slatchotxl immediate atatehooa. ' Mr. McNeal
fo Oklahoma wlih a provision for believes; it might be wise to take in
tin liter addition ot Indian tenitory tne Creek nation immediately with
If congress sees fit ' the state of Oklahoma bringing in the
Senator Sidney Clark "I agree utier nations piecemeal a tli j-
with the statements made that the.comp ready. He say mich actio"
prt sent statehood fight must bo a Re-' woua i0ep down tho Idea of a wall
publican fight but now Is tho tlmo betwoen the two terrllorlesi sure to
DISEASES OP WOMEN. Bearing-down sensations fainting snails minful ne-
riods and other so-called female troubles are nil unfailing syniptotus of kidney diseake
Warner's Safe Cure Is absolutely the only conmlote pennaiwnt and safe home run-
for Bright' Blseose diabetes gall stones gout urlo acid rlieiimatism and all diseases of
as kldnej-'g liver and bladder It soothes InilHiuuiaUon and Irritation; repairs tbeuelim'o
tiisuae; heals the organs restores energy and vigor and builds una strong health t Iv
Safe Cure is made entirely of herbs contains no harmful druts is free from ili-
ment and pleasant to take. I'rescrllieil by doctors and used suce ully In leading hos-
pitals for fifty years. Sold atoll drug stores or direct; 60 CBNTS AA'D $1 A BOTTLE.
RB.FUSB SUBSTITUTES. They are worthless nnd very often exceedingly dan
genus. Ask for Warner's Safe Cure ; It will cure you.
WARNER'S SAFE TILLS move the bowels gently and aid a speedy cure.
Writo to Warner's Sofa Curo Co. Rochester N. Y. for free inrdlonl "-
lor all friends of statehood Domocrat'
ic or Republican to mnko the fight
for Oklahoma alono. ThblO Is no
change in tho Democratic representa-
tion in congross since tho adjourn-
ment last spring thoy are still for a
separate atato; I bollovo ovary man
wllii tho Hearst party was favorable
to separate statohooJ. I bollovo Ok-
lahoma alono would be a Republi-
can slato but we must havo the Dem-
ocratic help in congress to got such
a bill passed 1 would advlso a qulot
canualgn iu Washington with as lit-
tle ilourlsh as possible."
National Committeeman Grimes: "I
Believe tho chances for Oklahoma's
admission considerably Incropood. If
theio was over a time to securo the
admission of Oklahoma alono It looks
like it Is now. I bollevo n Hmltod
number on tho commlttcji sont to
Washington could do more than a
be some time one jlate.
PROVIDES CELLS FOR LAWTON.
Special to Dal!; Leader.
Lawton. Okla. Nor 84 O. H
Maithprf ot the geological survey the
government agent who has charge of
all tfiwnslto money In the new coun-
tr indav let the contract for steel
jal ells for Holart. -The transaction
lnohod $4000 he cells will he in-
s'nlloil in a temporary building and
later placed In the new Jail when it ia
Guthrie Laundry Co. Lucky 64 Puzzle
Cut this card In 4
pieces then put It to
gether ao yon "will gala
on square (68) Then
put it together In an-
other way and diminish
2 squares (63).
Tou must not destroy
any of the small square
nor add any
On Christmas Day wa
will give $5 00 in Laun-
dry work to the Aral
person solving this pus-
lie. All solutions wl!I
dated when received at
Millionaire's Poor Stomach.
The wain out t-'uuch of the over
fod millionaire is often paraded In the
public prints as a horrible examplo of
the evils attendant on the poseeelon
of groat wealth. But millionaires aro
ont tho only ones who are afflicted
with bad stomachs. Tho proportion
Is far greater among tho tollers. Dys-
pepsia nnd Indigestion are rampant
among theao people and thoy suffer
fnr worse tortures than the million-
aire unleas tho avail themselves of
a standard moatcico uko uroens
August Flower which has boon a fa-
vorite housohold romedy for all stom-
ach troubles for over thirty-flvo years.
Augvrft Klowor rouses tho torpid liver
thus cratting appotito and Insuring
FALLIS COMMERCIAL CLUB.
Special to Dally Leader.
Falllt Okla.. Nov 24 A large mitn
her of business men met in the audi
tonum of Lie Bank block 'Monday ev-
ening and organized the Fallis Com-
mercial club Judge Fallis. the plo-
..er of the land of promise was called
to the chair and made an teloquent ad-
dress. He was followed by Proiity
Arbuckle Hamel Vorser Ttinehnrt
Warner and Parsley. The following!
officers were elected:
PresldentL. B. Martin
Vice president T. C. Arbuckle.
Secretary Frank G. I'routy.
Treasurer J. T. Gibson
HAS SIXTEEN CHILDREN.
Special to Dally Leadet
Shawnee Okla. Nov. 24 Chris Re-
d 1 real ling on Bast Oakland a -ioiu
In this city is the father of sixteen
children two twins having appeared
at litn home recently They are all
st long and well built and Mr Iledel
and his wife rejolco over their chil-
dren The eldest daughter Is mar-
ried and has a child of her own Mr
Redel an I wife are both short nf
statu-e but strongly built and from
Germany their natlio country Their
famlh is bclleed to be th'- largest in
the territory Twins wero born to
them once belore this latest event
g-3?iwag i-r jNBdt$it j-m iKj)0(isygsggfatif
We will give to the
first person making
us the correct solution
of the S. S. Puzzle:
FIRST: A handsome
3-piece carving set
v p a. I f U J I- ti
To any girl under 12
$3.00 in cash.
i To any boy under 12 $3 in cash.
All letters should be mailed to Puzzle
Clerk care Spencer Hardware Go.
Make nine places
of those 5 squares
and fit them to-
gether to they
Will form one per-
fect square using
all nine pieces.
AH answers will be numbered as received and opened De-
cember 20 1903. Call at our store for the cards and amuse
yourself for one eveninjJ.THREE WINNERS.
porfoct digestion. It tones and Vital-
cumbersome committee and tho ox- Jzes tho ontlro system and makas 11(0
penses of tho former would be more worth living no matter what your
ensilv met It is a good time now to station. Trial hollos 2?c; regular
call the bluff of those Republican
senators who said when tho omnibus
hill was ponding that If tho quostion
was for Oklahoma alono thoy would
vo-e for It."
Jero Johnson of Newkirk. LJlovod
the tlmo propitious for securing im-
mediate soparato atatohood for Okla-
homa nnd takos his cue from the
farmers of "Kay county who for the
first tlnr ho assertod have awakon-
cd to tab importance of the statehood
flght by Republicans
Col Dick T. Morgan of El Reno:
I believe a committee of six ten
or twelve should be BOlectad to go to
Washington to aid McGuire in this
flght We must work for separate
statehood bb Republicans for a Re-
Col C P. Lincoln of El Reno: "I
slzu 76c. At all druggists.
Cured of Piles After 40 Years.
Mr. C. Haney. of Geneva. O.. had !
the piles for 40 years. Doctors and
dollars could do him no lasting good
DoWltfs Witch Hazel Salve cured
him permanently. Invaluable for cuts
burns bruises spralnn lacerations
oczema tetter salt rhoura and all
othor skin dlseasos. Look for the
namo DeWitt on the paokage all
othors are cheap worthless counter-
foils. Sold by J. N. Wallace.
101-103 W. 9th St. KANSAS CITY MO.
tRefaUr Cradsste In Medlciaa. Ovsr AOYear'
Practice. 24 Years in Kansas Ctlr.
fkeOldssiSa Aieand longest Located.
Autaorlstdby tbs Sisie to trcst CHROMC
NLRV0UI aid 5 PI CWI DISUSES.
Cure ffatrinteed or metier rifona-
ed. All msdlcln. tarnished ttttjtoi
ute do mercurr or Inlurtooi rata
eiosi med No detention from holi-
ness PitliaU st dlsunc trestsd
br mill end emreii MedlcloM sent
rrwberi tree from s orbresk.fe Nomedldss
m u. v eaten ptripsr .em UDOraer. Vnirte.
r Oter OltXa puh mimj AaeeniteTt-erleneeere
Importint. Bute roar esse end sent for terrrs. Oen-
MaLjestic IvaLnes. Cole's Hoi Bl&st $
rT ' iO. 1 lfs- S1 K
g; ucnume nuuia sjixk MOves.
....SPENCER HARDWARE COMPANY....
Synodical iCollege Ftn
Thlreleth year opens September 9. Courses oilered leading to two doirrecs. Unexceller:
l.terary social srte.icc music art and elocution departments Ka ulty ecpeclallr
chosen UfHt posslOlc environment llulldinga Modern Hates consistent with ad-
vantages offered. I'or catalogue andfultber tnf -rinatlon address
ItEV J Sl'KNl'Klt 1'res Fulton Mo
STILL PLENTY THERE.
W A. Jackson of this county was
exhibiting an otter here yesterday
which he killed on tho Gottonwpod
rlvor. near Navlna. The anltanl at-
tracted muoh attention from "passors-
by ag It waB the' first' seen here for
Lawton Has Only Twenty-eight Doc
tors New but Doesn't Need
Special to Dally Loador.
Lawton Okla. Nov. 34. There nre
doctors enough and some to spare
still In Lawton hut a year ago there
were" exactly twice that number In
tho city. Lawyers and doctors flock-
ed Into the new country by the nun
d reds' at the time of the opening
low OTertSOOCiQcuesoaree' .Ateendeiperlsoo'
impontab duh roir esse ana sent? ror lenrs. ueer
saltstloo trss ssd confident!-! psrsonsUforby mall
! Semina! Weakness 'JMPnKi!.
1 and Sexual Debility 5 ... i
I cn stop ntgbt loi.es. tenors sexosl power norrs
and brain power enUrge end stronsttisn wess pstta
and mas ron 01 fur toerrlese Send (or book.
Ctrlrt.im Bsslesllr eoradwltnanew aaa
&lrii ir r- lafalllbla Traatmeet.
and GlOOt No Instruments nopsln.noda-
tentton from bustnesi Cora i-uaraalssd. Book and
ll.tof qoeiUoni free-teslad
e. i. til Blond rot. crates snd sllpiirsUdts
ttypnllla ete. permsnsnUy cored.
Varicocele Hydrocele and
Dhlmnatn l'ermsnentlr eared la afswdsjs
r'nimOOia -uboot pain or dsnter.
nnnif 'or both letas U pefts V plotares.
aJJI ( j0n aetrrPuon of store dlies.ei
the sUsels sad cure isat sealed In plstn wrsppst
J. B. FAIRFIELD
Phone 20. Office and Yards 407-409 W. Kelson
MONEY TO LOAN.
Atna Building and Loan Assoc i an
of Topeka Kas.
J. Frank Laux Agent
A Scientific Discovery.
Kodol Dyspepsia Curo dooa for tho
stomach' that which it 1b unable to do
for itself oven when but slightly dis-
ordered or over loaded. Kodol Dys
pepsia Cure supplies the natural
juices of digestion and does tho work
of the stomach relaxing the nervous
tension while tho Inflamed muscles
Dastardly Plot Failed.
On Monday evening between tour
and Ave o'olock an attempt was made
to smuggle a revolvor Into Mow Eves'
cell. In the county Jail with a view
no doubt of enabling the latter to
effect his escape but through the vig-
ilance of the offlosrs the deep laid
plot miscarried The father of the
WrWWA wvw."Avw.A v
DEATH TO HAIR-
of that organ are allowod: to rest and j prisoner hie brother Henry anJ two
heal. Kodol Dyspepsia Curo digests
j .-... ........ Ut atatLmnntfl TTIfldn
1 J r 7rt n. m thJwhnt you and onablos the stomach
by Republican f.land digestive organs to transform all
statehood campaign bu t I believe j lso .
urttri NRnnmr uiuriiu. iimt nt? "fc ..
not forget tho Democratic contingent
4 -.- a In fTAttlncr ntir lilll riflBSftJ
..." ... "- -" ' ' BLACKWELL- PASTORS ORGANIZE
There is dangor in too largon a dole-
gatlon being sont to aid McGulrd. 8p!?lll1 ? il. v . a
smaller might accomplish more. If the Blackwell. X)kla. Nov Sl-An or-
smaiier raigni Bucouip tt.ntttA jgnnlintiou known as the Rhtckwoll
right men thoso who ore aoquaintea" ... .
. frainlsters' aseoclation 'has Just been
Jos W MoNea of Guthrie; -4'
V though I fully realize this to bo aWT 4 l " -"-- "- -'
h E. political flght henceforward yet n?'""
ft ii. e ... .. . ..jlfwTlh' charges elsewhere rotlrod
i K my opinion tne uiea or ngi buumiujsa . . .
V'fcalao enter Into It; wo aro entitled achersnd nllnlsteTlal students.
.2 statohood by every right and should oi-
' keep that uppermost also. In roaklugfy' m"rn "B
i i our flght. I ballovo that Indian ter-
1 ' ritory will somo time bo a part of the
i 4 ' state of Oklahoma but until thoy aro
ready there to put up a school fund
equal to that of Oklahoma's they
should not expoot to participate with
us In statehood. The old cry is taxa
tion without representation but la
this case the opposite Is true. also
that Indian territory should not have
Tho association will meet every Mon
at 10 o'clock In tho
Foley's Honey and Tar always stops
the congh and heals the lungs. Returns
Bold by J N Wallace
r . sn
frionds called at the Jail and reques
ej an Interview with him. Jailer
Marshall informed them that he would
grant their request provided they
would allow themselves to be search-
ed All submitted to this regulation
except Henry Eves who declined and
started to leave At this Juncture
Sheriff Southerland who had been
given a tip of the scheme and arreted
himself in the Jail appmrel on the
ttcene and covering Henry with a gun
fartlereil him to throw up hte baa is
Instead of obeying the command
Henry reaohed In his hip poeket for
bis revolver. Seeing the determined
stand taken by the sheriff ho hesitated
long enough for Jailer Marshall to
wreet the revolver from bis grasp
The promptness of the Jailer simply
saved Eves' life as Sheriff Souther
land did not propoce to take any furth
er chanres and was just about to open
fire Watonga Republican
ROOT AND BRANCH
A Trlsl Trsslnsst
FBEB Is As Oss
AJflicttd wlib Hslr
a Ttu Nt r
We hoe st lt ntde the dlKonrr Mth hii heffled
cheottett sad Sll othtit for cenlurt ttot f sMotute y
deeueyiBfT eupctSueus hslr root end Usstb eueelysnt
perm.eentlr whether it be s ntu&Uche of j-tnih uft th
neck cheek or sreu snd tkst. toe Itnetrt inpsirle la
The ifkuet Bell lure thotoc jhlr u.u.) k.efncuyinl
sredew-euthstfte full mertuol their u eetmen. luSltti
tkee hate et'eo OuideKriptlee " of "lill.EAL(
IArileMllbeklloatolleeuctta. lo ou cod
i farm Loans Insurance Abstract
Only ccmplete abstracts of title in Logan County.
You pay interest and principal at our office.
Oldest au 1 largest Insurance agency in Oklahcraa.
118 West Okla Ave.
GUTHRIE OKLA- J
tdl ! be teat free U ckarfet to any lady
vtfce for It and Uf ib l Mwe4er la
outaeatefestyDucaaeefr rovneWet what the die.
eeverf u i we erraence 01 veue owe inw wm r.
Tlaceiew. that the treat .seat" KILI.A 1-1 It I It."
Hl tU )ou of one of the ttnto diwt . . to MttKt
leeeHaet.. the (reed) ef tupcftwul hair ea the be ..
Cores Co2d taOseD-y.
waser the Ftill Name a
Kromo Mjammm fn r
cAfhtiVKyt ' -
rieaM WkSentaU that s pcfVMll ocniontirsnwi r-t n h
tnttneet cots yew nMhlns A tetal will tMeenw free
which re m cas eu reorvHf and wove tn-TtUiaw by lend
log te Iwo-ceal suiapt fe eaafUaf .
THE MISSES DELL
IB antl OO nith A fit-no. How York
The Keeley Cure
Cures whlsuy. Morphine Cocaine dad
Tobacco TUeonlv Keeley Institute to Tax
an Oklahoma and Indian territory ftsub
lisned in Delias issi.
The iCeeley limtllate
Ilellvue Place Dillas lexs
J II Keith Pruprtetor
m jJ&S2x!fc&pf!y t)Ct''7'ysaiP4
ClMoaci. aad ba-M -m th hail
fafmoUM tai.ni.f jr. -f
itvrtr 71U W iktM.tra
JIfcir to IJ Tn-tbfl Ct jr
CUI f-lp dlMettCt aV t eV'f vU
If you will pay a visit to tkt
Carriage and Wagon Works
822 S. Division St
We will shpw you hew vie
ti till ton loote wagon and buggy
tires without cutting weldlug and heating thum thus preaeiv
Ing the wood-work from injury---a wonderful inYention which
cost a large sum of money in order to be up-to-date. Our r.ho
has the Only Henderson T're Setter in this evectioc cf the
United Btates. We also have the very Utet Goodyear Rutber
Tire Machine. We put first quality r.bber tiijr? an rftry wheel
that rolls buggy or wagon. New vehicles! made to order Re-
pairing painting and trimming our specialty. You are invited
to visit our factory the best enuipned la the Suuthweat.
First class Ilorseshoing
SCHICKRAM (& WICKMAM
All auout the land oleeruhine Irmie aao uowers
adeestare. l.loetretod Hoatbty Mwatme 1 year trial
ooly?U Utxnlou sUat (SalltdrxU satwered free
Til. Wjurrux KnKX.cUTUDeslll..ls-ji.sl.
wm BeMat PreveaU rneesiMui
0Urrho4 Dyitntcry and
the Bowel Troubtu of
Children of An Agi.
Aids Dilution Rcjutata
the Bowels Sircnstnent
the Child and Maku
itsOflly25c at DruKlsts or mail 25c to a J. MOITBIT.M. D. St. Louis M
Cures Eruptions and 8or-s Collo Hives and Thrush. Removes and ProtenU
Worme. ''Wlin'l' -T ITrVTV COUNTERACTS AND OVERCOMES
THE EFFECTS OF THE SUM MEWS. HEAT UPON TEETHING CHILD REI4
EETHiKG POWDER 1
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