The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 111, Ed. 1, Tuesday, November 24, 1903 Page: 4 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA TUESDAY NOVEMBER 24 1903.
BY LESLIE a nihlack.
THE FLAUNTING OF
A LOST CAUSJ
The Leader has no dosire tpjiroloiifc
fi painful operation In yeaterdaj h
Issue we took occasion to resent an
liiEtilf heaped upon at least one thou
nam! voters of this town who bellev
lug in the real and honesty of the
Rev V A Humphrey nntl 'he catiss
of. -eform whir a he represente'l sup-
ported him at tbe iiolls laat spring
The edl'orlal wag hI1ciI forth by a
ntatmen' made at a reival meeting
n which a local pa-or N alleged to
have t-aiil The Ke Humphreys
following vs nio'ley and 'was made
BtnUOMIPTION nATBB PAII.T
ler week br carrier .
Per month by carrier
Per year by carrier. In advance
per rear bv mall. In aa-anc-
f T- TJ.1 4.
emro s ' x for L
The Leader I a memlur of the Ansoclatnl
Press ana receive the day telegraph r
port of that prea n"- organisation ft;' ex
elusive afternoon vubllcation In dwtnr i
aad 80 miles raaiua
Mo. & Kas BusTneas 75; BdorlaI C9
Jirk. "Valley Business. 75; Elltorlel. 83
Also School Books and School Supplies.
Lowney's Fine Candy.
If you -want a jood cigar go to Renfro's.
in if thn wriri-t iiwir lr In (lu'l rie e
.arn thai th.- t.i or In qui". ion ha ' Of tb tricKHcrmin winch many women
ertierfwicp with lprv mnnll. ml.
denl-! utt.rlri. -.i"h a s'atem-nt. but tue gentleness and kindness always ns-
ihu . f .e y i .-en no public or of- socieied with womanhood seem to be
I final ' ial Not only ha- tiiem been 'most a miracle Wbile in general no
i . . . . .J . ' wpman icbels against what she regards
th bit li .nlnl Kill Ihu rrnil Mil (irirtin .-.t- .. - .. .. f-.Mn
TUESDAY NOVKMBBft -M I 'Mi J
tt itt. . X-' Mmatf A WU Ibsc nt7 Vf B
&kJ n s9 u&k J
jaJ YOU f
KfinTrn i truer n
Ai. O. "K a HE X X' MmOf A hH 7BB)l asr
in l.farlsh on tho
rvmKresa ha bf?un
barn from Wool
to po.'i 'h
Life seems to Ik- fnll-of -trhids lor
Senator illetrich of Nebraska.
How would you like to be a dml-
jirrBtdent of a soml-repuhlicT
The men who buncood Morgan!.
"o be able to tell ua how old is Ann.
Santo Domifigo lias docldod to lot
any old government take charge.
Tho Sultan of Turkey has Juat Had
five more Bulvman Mllojraa J""
up on the hulf.shell. 7
Lord Curzon will explore the Per .
Blan gulf We truet he will M "'
iho bottom of It.
"Uneeda dlvldond." an! 1 the biscuit
combine to Its stockholders and
handed over $1 7G n share.
Clevehtnd Has violated the lrglniai
same law Wateh out for the third.
term precedent now.
Colonel Younghusband will lend an
tsxpedltlon against Thibet. Wonder if
lio has hla wifo along.
Mr nockufoller's Xmag money ought
to give him an unusually comfortable '
feeling In his religion this year I
When Runnu Vnrilla (.inllea nowa-
days we pay more attontlon to ft than
a hundred slaughtered Bulgarians
The most papular song in Chicago j
today Is "Drill drill you terrier
tlrill " j
France has her eye on the oanal I
She wants to commit deWiepsery
Another (Kfalcatlon Is reported.!'" Kt - 'Tl.n V
from rMri.in..nh v ihi. tiiao The ' r nB x)w rnd lrwidv oovereJ loledo o.
Irom F-urtsmonih a. this time The iui.- iin . m.i -ctrt.nin.
def Aid tern
will be forming a union I
It any more Htntos secede from Co
lombla Colombia will wakt up some
morning to find out Hat 8it la Pan-
ama. ' ;
The Vope has glvon Mgr Mer.ry tlel
Val another promotion. Marry seems
to bo the LoQ-fian) Wood
d of Vatican
circles - .
A ThlenPo enhln cur mnvnl 21 fuAt
In a north by northwoet direction yos-!'
tcrday afternoon Ilod corpuscles on
tbe rails preventod its further prog-!
uiL.toB .e oUr-c reti5'.
t.road-mln led view oi cuurcti unity.-;
Four dtunka wore flnofi' In iibllci iWjbe 'ueh mater oughtn't to be
court this morning for violating thej discussed i.i ino cular press but
city ordinance. Why can not tbe our ij in ot Na uie's tbeorum as
lty council be fined for the same of 'applied to vVo'ogual practice was
fenso? Is Chief Oruebar )3J(eJharglng
Ma sworn duty by allowltfr frame
uu.ldlngs to be erected 4n tbe fir
Yoars iho Standard
taiirtves tho (!avcr and adds to
tie heaKhfulrte&ir of the food.
rsict caking rowosK co.
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of tl ( j administration which
first . jii 1 Humphrey's supporter '
.- Knoran an s.l.y I
fools mo ii v . ' (.icra. has tho iemc-
'.( Ui land t lie naM r thus giving tacU
acKm . ha such satemen
am im. in '.'ii to him wprp actually made
A lnifJ may be one forni of f)hrl8.
tlanity an I an ultra sph-'lodlcal form'
of acintlo flah Jonriinllsin btit It does
not conform to the tenets of decency
anJ fair dealing Moreover the poo
pie will not stand for It. Some way
wrtld.how Uey wJ certatnly rwmt
tueh ttnlon nnd unpr0voked Inmilui.
j PilTrllteera have no more right to re-
BOrt to unsavory melho-is to gild a
cause or cinch n pull than has tho
nvrtrniyo tipwHnnnnr anil tho nowana.
p(?r whch re(uW8
matters of which thej are fully con-
versant oon leels the iron hand of
i miblir renroach
...-.-.. T. ipB(tor ha
no des.rc .o stir up strife In tho mln-l
ilbtry We have merely commented
' upon the Jeclaratli.n of one local paa-
cr. If he ha been mUquoted by the
morning papr. It la his bounden pi'ty 'general elactlon to vote on the pron-
to nlace himself riaht before the pec-loaltion of i: . ' a 'nstltutlnal con-
nil. Ito ncrtalnlv ilnru not tvl.ll tu.Vontlon. T i.. . 1 1 WKB JllBt I-
I hQne of R bHc.
. .. . . o .... .... n ipilh
1VI1 III H T 1VS. v. mj. -- ---
aeries of nngo ly graft' The laatl
city campaign has been fought out
H wtrj absurd IJ reopen I. The
Lender will no' do so. The Hw
Humpbrey and hla adherents. defea'et!
by lu than two hundred votes nc-
cepttJ defeat r-rwefully and Ttegan
noting the ' rcforuui" promised 'y the
virM. m mimltiia. ration. If the pjo-
pie are satlnflei with thij ndmlnistnt-
tion well and good but it ill htmes a
'pulp leer to flaunt a lost caui.e. (one
'. u n u i i..
III WIIU'U II' SIIOU1U 1IAIV ip:pu 1'ij
Interetel) and rier' le its supporters j
as 'motley" and the "worV w-nple In
town" long months after the cantpnlT-n
The leader u in r celpt of u least
twenty five le teia benrirt on 'he i e -
vlval "ine'dni' Several of these w
could not uablish if bo dlapooo since
.i... . ..... '!!. . mharj
by litis ".ptr iti coninuiii'; ii-
onds th. idtaiha he ea.ig. l'st give
his vlei s on cl !c purity one reform )
Two o'htr eteis. recelvei" thin.'. scijas airncuy upon tn pioon
morning we publish below without
comment : - 4
yEltor .LeaJer I ren Vfltlf .much
interest and .'pleasure yonr ejtjtorlal
' n8t evening- Leader touching cm
municipal purity and rofoit.i and th.
wor! or ue mnry luu to""11 u
responntve chord in nunaretta or
bronsts and erery fair mlniled tnsn
ul ague wuu yuu . ju.i. iiwm
tot ie wbc"
eUea Iortn tne ("lora. uw "
he preacher ho espoused tlrt
mayor's cause is at. much entitle to
hi i InlM ual opinion as any layman"
.WbBJ I irUclrly commeod is your
eeriuinly to tne point. C. R. J.
Rdftor Itsder Yonr e.ltlorial In
Nt" ertitty'h 'Wir entttled "Who
Vt' fc." I'lin.'! " bs the be."
rh'n I iSlV rci.! lor a litrg tins I
. aivtvs well ut H)U for a nj.
Hn "i.i SB' M think that .
revei'id wUv i.'i' l 1 the p.x n
ladmlnta'ratJon 'ami b oot-sshaiued
of i. ' hii a on . 'i the pay rml '
Look it up ua'V
toll us wlu Is twwti itifpector
J. D. B
unc or two iupk take great .rn
in referring tJ thy work' of i u
nvMient citv admin. s ration jr the
nt city atlmln.!. ra:un ie- tne
at lrttllilSlri't n Is nil rttJbt ltr .
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A ft. Stringent 01 ilnancs an-j.
ptVJie'i a. si
Uwieiwlifo 0. fraHlv buildinsjH whhiB
. ft i. - i . xinljir. fy
tw Are Uinl aa . 'hi. a -iiolAiev .'
t.w creution by allowing counciHiiaa
fiaroc ujlIlrion 'o U
io' t i-l rilr l ) t V:k r. 1 1
r.n -r. .i Vist Oklih' r
I in jtJian'tJ psw'l ' '
Ullt 1 t
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" gWT'1 ' & m-V-J ' .
tbc mre-M wslkeim
bh natural necessity mere is no woman
who would not gladly be fice from this
recurring periodof pain.
women well and gives them freedom
from disease. It establishes regularity
......a t. .
Sick wdmen are iuvitcd to consult Dr.
Pierce by letter w. All correspond
encc strictly private and sncredlv confi
dential. Write without fear and without
fee to Dr. R V. Pierce Buffalo N. Y.
Mm. T Dotan of Madrid 7'crkitn Co Nebr.
wrilri "I van cured of painful periods by the
ue of Dr Derce'a Pavorite Prescription nnd
his Compound ltxlract of RmaH-Weed. I thlulc
Ur. Pierce's medicines the best in the world."
"Favorite Prescription" has the testi-
mony of thousands of women to its
complete cure of womanly diseases. Do
not accept an unknown and unproved
substitute in its place. t
The sluggish lier mnde active by the
use of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets.
INDIANS TO TAKE VOTE.
'Conatitutlcnal Conveltlon Call Issued
for December 19.
South McAlester I T. Nov. 21.
The first cftort ot the Indian toward
statehood for this country will be a
8uj by Qovernor Qreen McCurtaln
to Ute voters of the Choctaw tribe.
It means hat the Indian leaders
favor a separate state for Indian tor-
irttory and will submit the queatlan to
vore ai gen orni election uacn 01
the five tribes will hold elections and
If the Idea la supported by the returnB
then the Indian Campaign for state
hood just Issued calls for a oonven-
ion December 10
V.'e offer Uno Hundred Dollars re-
ward for any case of Catarrh that can.
Rot be cured by Hall's Cuturrh Cure.
F. J. Cheney & Co. Toledo 0.
Wo the undersigned have known fr
J- benney tor the last 15 yeans and
believe him perf - y honorabla In all
' business transaetionB and financially
Inble to carry out arfy Obligations mado
vy tbelr firm.
I West C Trua. Wholesale DruccrtBtR
.........M. . u ...a. .. i.uuiu-
sal" uru-t'ts.. Toledo 0
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Intern
tnd mucbus surfaces of ho systoni.
Testlmonlalu sont froo Prlco 75c por
hot !. Sold by all druggists.
Hall's Famly PilU aro tho host
You often hoar people say: "Ho
will know bshqr'whon ho reachos &
certain age" They medn old ago.
u v w
Prostration C O m-
pletcly Worn Out.
Dr. Miles' Nervine Cured
Dr. Milrt' Nervine will cure ntrvottt pros-
tration. It wit) bring sweet sleep apd rest;
it will relieve the muul ot the tendency to
wcrrv It will make t'le nerves strong and
the patient well. It ban cured thousands. It
will curs you. Try it to-day.
ous prostratwn caused bv overwork and
orry. i was in uca a weakened exhausted
run down c nditlon that I wai unable to do
iy hdufcwoik. 1 felt too weak and tired to
tftn make colli on my neishbors. Kre-
qseatly when out driving I would become to
elbaatUsd that It teemed that I would die
biiwc I reach 1 home. I was alio troubled
tvlifc tunkiue mwIU at night which left roe to
Wtsuk that I thought I could not live until
nnjnj.. J wai in thU deplorable conditioa
vrhen one day Dr. Mile' Nervine was
teeqght to mv nonce I had little faith In
nj.neiary rswediei but determined to give
tie Nervine a trial. After
ol tM Ketoralic Nsrvlne I
4 tl t ul le aad rsTs ratal.
the second dose
I was abkt to Sit
. Jornethmf I had
unable to do for manv days lhave
taltn a number of bMtles of Nervine.
I ec-fls d- r my-el( cutetl I am dome my
uwn work and five Dr. Miles' Nervine credit
lor my fcueral gaoi Veolth ily objest in
vri'-nj tiu is to rveomiiiend your medicine
Im I ni t w4e as itroarly as I feel."
M. m 11.lt. V'arklc. jpt E. Marion St
A.! (itaggi-. tell aad cujrtDtee 6t bet.
fc WkV Retaajie. Scud fj fre book
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Prescriptions a specialty.
Report of Governor
Ferguson Treats of
velopment (lovernor Ferguson's annual report
to IB A. Hitchcock secretary of the
interior made- las: September has
been printed occupying IIS pages of
printed matter. It forms an exhaust-
ive review of the lesources and devel-
opment of Oklahoma In his report
Qovernor Ferguson v'gorously advo
cates the admission of Oklahoma to
statehood. Of statehood ho says:
"Oklahoma Is entitled to statehood
entitled- to it now. Thero tore in tho
territory G3000 intelligent Amorican
oltlw who nro deprived of tho right
of nelf government. A conservative
estimate of the wealth of Oklahoma
places It at 400 million dollars. Thero
are seven educational Institutions of
higher learning under the control of
tbe territory besides numerous high
schools and collages under tho con-
trol of religious denominations. Our
people aro in evory respect entitled
to that which Is Jear to tho heart of
every progrosslvo Amorican the right
to 'govern themselves.
"Against this proposition there can
lie no logical objection. Oklahoma has '
the Intellect the wenlth the moral
force the energy tho natural re-
sources tbe levolopmont already
achieved and the i.ron'ne of a splen-
did future sufficient to justly entitle
her 10 careful consideration and con-
gressional action. No logical renson
cm bo urged against hov early admis-
sion Into tho sisterhood of states."
The number of acros of land appro-
prlaU'd by homesteaders .luring the
past year has been much less than in
jsonio former years This OoVornor
Ferguson nacounts for by tho state
ucnt that much of tho unappropriated
land Is In Beaver and Woodward coun- . . . ' . .. ..
!. .. . l secretary working untlor tho direction
tits and is suitable only for grazing o the boarJi B nQw onQ of mm
purposes Lrom tho 2 mil ion acres t Qf the lorrUor)a
of school and reserved lands ho tor-rni ha of
Htory derived an income of ?J7o000 j m wJth
for ihajwrim. an average of more 1q aQi constant
than $1000 a day. Discussing the watchfu!ncss to prevent
system of renting school anJs which BjjMe o ha an(s Ujo n
has provoked so much discussion lu'of futur(j 8(ate the
the t.rrltory Governor Ferguson says: Qf nmh yng of 8t0n0 ftnd
The Lease Plan Success. roraovlng of mmora an(1 otber vaIua.
"The present system of loaslng tho
land for a torn of three years wlth whIo n ft faw in9XancQe anQ8
the Pflvllego ot renewal for another1 ea8od for ownste n&
succeetllng trm at tho appraised nt-monuIQOlurInE pur)osaBi lbo Kard has
al gives general satisfaction. In tho
past there has been some difficulty in
securing an equitable and uniform an-
'pralsomont in all parts of Um terrl-
'tutv so it has been decided for this
. ir to lme a force of viewers go
upon the lant's w hereon the lease Is
about to expire observe a complete
j description of it and file it with the
'dip-i-tn-ient. logetner v.r.n a pibi. 01
'the Ian Thes? descriptions and plats
tii i. mh'.n tiu nrf naaaad unon uy
a board of five practical farmers and
bitsin-i-.s men to 1j selectod by the
board for loasing school lands and
thoy will classify tbe lands and fix tho
rentals for the enlro territory. Tho
. . ... .. . ...
caro a man takes 01 nis ian onu iuu
manner In which be farms It will bo
taken into consider-itlon in fixing tho
i-tttta! and It is boile-ed that thla will
result In satisfying all reasonable ob-
Jectlons ihat may navo been raised by
ay or the rentals in tbe past.
Mors than 2000 Schools.
Owlng to a'tendency to spewlato
in those lauds.5 the boar! tons amend.
ed Its rules to' prevent the hypoths-
Mfi.. f !. and aeeurlty far loans
and tbe transtfYrlBg-of sains in blank
and has refliilrotHhat in tbe future all eu-o territory ta mwun wuamur-
leases aa traaaf shslLbe executed Ht H-Js. a matter tsUce Uat
bafon a Htt-.aupublle orHnber offje- thbi ttJwW-.'dun aa taer U bo
rer etunowemtOn fake aakDB'llg
Jments In tbe sane manner an required
20(5 -west Oklahoma
A Silvci Plated Measuring Spoon Free
to purchasers of
y Ask the lady in charge of Armour's Extract of Beef Dem- j
& onstration. This is a household ntcessity and a crcat con- $
venience. We do not sell the
get it from your grocer.
At Grand Leader
for a transfer of real estate. Leasees
residing within the territory will be
allowed to rent for a single season
such portion of their land as Is deem-
ed advisable by the board upon ap-
plication." During tho year 303 new public
school houses were erected making
2102 school house's in the territory.
The law providing for separate schools
for whites and negroes haB operated
satisfactorily and tao gorernor repot t
thnt a better fooling provalls thau ov-
er before in th territory.
"Tho total amount of land reseivod
for tho future stnto of Oklahoma und-
er the provisions of the various acts
opening the portions of Oklnhomc to
settlement ngregates 2065000 acres
practically all of which is loascd for
agricultural and grazing purposos nnd
the re untie frqpi same for the year
1903 will amount to probably $376000
or an avarago of over $1000 a day.
"When tho privllogo of renting the
school lrnds was first granted to tho
territory it was considered n matter
of little moment but the caring and
looking after these lands providing
for their leasing and the collection of
the rentals has now come lo be one
of the most important functions of the
territorial government. The respons
ibility of dlroctlng the candying on of!
this work imposed by congress upon
the governor secretary and superin-
tendent of public Instruction has bo-
come quite a bunlcr.j when added to
their other official duties and requires
much tlmo and attontlon. The school
!anrl iliinnrtmont na nflmlnlatftmit hfl n
maintained as a rule that the Intent
was to leaso those lands only for agri-
cultural and grazing purposeo and
has insisted that tho timber stone
clay cement and mineral was a part
of the land and consequently intond-
ixt m lia i-cumi-rei for thn future state
of 0Jja10nja and not 8Hbiftct to re.
at thIg Mm
Rental for Leases.
The rapid development of the west-
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rn portion of tbe tarritory has result.
" dividing up 01 tno leases (
originally made there for grazing
purptww luto smaller tracw. Wben-
over mm is uone me rouuu ubb ocou
Avnit nn thn hsuta: rf nirrlniilfiirftl land..
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and tho revenue fpr tho territory is
constantly growing jargor in tne west
"The loglslaturo at Its esclon thoj
P" winter Provided for a special dls-J
iributlon from tho -school land fund
. tho school cblldron of tb new
coun-it-a woo were missea in me uib-
trlbutlon laat year owing to a tech
M 'allure to comply vltn the law
Hi amount so distributed aggregated (
W-S-Jl 3. which cut down tbe per
cap dirrlbmlon i bo made to tbe
ounse.ior eomp-am- rrrp .n wner
districts who had the benefit ot the
Ave Oppo-ite Posloftice.
Beef Extract but vou can tt.
distribution of the larg cash rental
collected from tneae nt w rounties lasi
'The large nioun' oi inllway mile
age completed and now under eon
s miction In the ti rritorj is partlcu
lurly noteworthy Fullv 1000 miles of
main track besides about 250 mil(
of side track hai been completed
Much more will be finished and open
ed for traffic befote the end of 'b.
year In many ' calitiea new urr
lory has been opened up and Its fu
ture declopment will doub-less soon
equal thai of the oKHr Bjttled com
munltles According 10 the Railway
Age Oklahoma territory leads all
other states nnd tenliories In railway
building Toxns being set.md nnd In
dlan territory third
"The question of timber cutting has
always been a troublesome one but
there has been lets of it t.ie last
year than heretofore owing to thi
policy of careful super- mlon ot all
the timber lands In everv case where
any timber id cut lemei s are com
polled to pay lull value .or seme an.i
no land is allowed to be cleared e
cept upci application lo the board and
a showing that ii is desirable to re-
move the timber in order to put the
land under cultivation and that the
land would be moie valuable when so
cultivated Even when permit is giv-
on to clear timber land for cultiva
tion th lohsee is required to pay for
all timber taken off and every appli
cation Is thoroughly investigated by
a special agent of the department
Thore has been lens 1 rouble In rela
Hon to the cutting of walnut and oth
er valuable timber the past year but
it requires constant watching over
and caring for the tinnier lands to
prevent this and oven then some of
the valuable trees will occasionally be
cut and the logs stolen. Whenever a
person not a lessee of school land
has entered upon the land and cut
any Umber action has been brought
against him In the couits and the
aid of the government hat been asked
In carrying these prosocutlons to a
successful terminal ion
"Too unprecedented building of rail
way In the territory In the last year
has In many cases damaged sihool
land to considerable extent but 00 th.
Continued on Page 8 )
DON'T BE SICKLY
I When the inert clre 10 make vou .troi.c and
bcaitby ! wlihln your ra.b W r. ler t.
IIoUtler' aiomai h Bll'r Fur BO je-s
SSC fi ' llic medicine
cvntt a fTtr 101 evct-y man ot
u&uaukuu or woman ho aui
Loss of Appktite
mr&Ci Dyspepsia or
: - Km K2ia la reter
ST."-.. tr.ji.. a iki
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lan p ' o r -l-i
un It 01 iLt. rmt e
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