The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 112, Ed. 1, Wednesday, November 25, 1903 Page: 3 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 25 1903.
INDIANS ATTENDING SCHOOL.
Fully 8eventy-five Per Cent of the
Choctaw Children In School.
Special to Ially ocdor.
Souh McAlester I. T. Nov 28
Fipt Calvin Ballard In charge of the
C'lior aw Tribal school Is much en-
rounged with thr attendance at the
ir.hii institutions of learning this
'mr Speaking of the Indian and hl
' ' .1 schocl.- Supt Balla.M said to-
There In a growing tendency on
' ' ij.ii of the Chortnws to educate
1 r children ThW year we have'
i ot 1 than 7 i'f r ctnt of the C'hoc-
i.w. of Hclionl am- enrollej at the
y.i.im pc.ionlc Each year ahowa a
mvU! incr"; in attendance. Juat
n' ;'' s ascn tv notice that many
c'i n'-'-n arc bciit; kept at home to
lie o ten At Armstrong and Whee-
nr p-:krt;lei Ft find an excellent
.'' f the full blood Indian :olnr.
I'licre Is a marked tendency on the
part of the Choctaw to take advant-
age of th.e opportunity to educate
themsthea and when the tribal
choo are nbollshe i they will bo in
n tair condition Intellectually."
THINK HE SHOULD RESIGN.
Campbell's Friends at Muskogee Re-
Gard This 33 Best Way Out.
Special to Dally Loader
Muskcgee. I. T. No? 25 J. George
Wright Indian inspector returnei to-
dnv from Kansas where he Investi-
gated the recor.l or D J Campbell
against whom nn indictment for lwod-lin-j;
was returned by the Oswego
rrand Jury Mi Wright refused to
-Iihcups the results of hie Inquiry. It
understood that a copy of tho
charges havo boon forwarded to Mr.
Campbell at Fort Soott nn-1 ho will
have a cnanco to explain. Both
charges and explanation will then bo
forwarded to Washington. Whether
he would make any recommendation
or not Mr Wright refused to say. A
number of Mr. Campbell's friends here
bold he should resign if this courso
is still open to him.
Carelessness Is responsible lor
many a railway wreck and tho same
causes are making" human wrecks of
sufferers from throat and lung
troubles. But since the advent of Dc.
King's New Discovery for consump-
tion coughs ndn colds ovon tho -worst
rases can be cured and hopoloss res-
ignation is no longer necessary. Mrs.
Lois Crag? of Dorchestor Mass. is
one of many whose Ufo was saved by
Dr King's New Discovery. ThlB
great remedy Is guaranteed for all
throat and lung diseases by F. B. Lillle
& Co druggists. Price 50c and J1.00
Trial bottles free.
WEDDINGS AT HOLDENVILLE.
s Thr.. r.niinl LniinhpH Unon Life
Voyage In Indian Territory.
Special to Daily Leader
Holdenvllle I. .T .Nov. .35. LaBt
SaturJay night Dr. W. D. Kelley and
Miss Gladys Qwin qftMcKiazie Tenn.
were married nt the home of Mrs;
Mary L. Johnson.
! On Tednesday nt AVynnowood tho
home of the mride. Ira E. Pacy and
Miss Mattlo Brown were married
J T Warner and Miss Mabel M.
Cram of Trtaldad. CoJo. wSrc roar-
ne! at tho Baptist parsonage In this
r'ty last Wednesday evening.
A Runaway BJcycle. .
Te-rmipated with an ugly cut 'on tho
1. 2 rt j D. Orner Frankjln rlrove
T' It developed a stubborn ulcr un-
ning to doctors and remodloa for
four years. Thon Bucklen'tj Arnica
Fale cured. It's Juat as yfyl for
1 urns scalds shin eruptions and piles
D.atF B Lllllo & Co.'s drug atore
DEATH OF S J. QLIVER.
J Bptclal Jo Dally Leader.
V.nita I. T. Nov. 2r News has
:irr che J h?ro that S J Oliver a prom-
Innt eisizcn of Miami I T is at-ad
lat that place." Mr. OIHr was boia in
(Hnntylvpnla In 1$2 benit U years
x si Tils death. Vv leases a wife
l i 1 " children
Mcllirt's Food anr4 Milk is an
Ideal combination and will
nourish and strengthen ypur
hahy and make him grow.
1 vLJ i v
UE0.W. HANLY 103 Years Old. and there ure certainly not many n.rn In the
worlu who are as well preserved at so great an ago. For a long Hum your whiskey lias
been the only thins 1 Lave used as a stimulant or a medicine. Myappetltois very fair
hearing and eyesight as good a' with men who aro thirty years younger and nothing
keeps me in better humor than my regular dows of 'Duffy's. When a cold or my
bowels bother me a little of your medicine is all that's neiled mid yon may always
count me among your grateful friends. (jEO. W. 1IANIA."
DUFFY'S PURE MALT WHISKEY
Is nn nhsolutelv nuro distillation of molt and la recocnized br the Government as a
medicine. This ii a guarantee. It U a tonlc
I every school; a boon to tho weak and worn
progress ot pnysical uecay ; Keeps mo Olil
1 ens the heart; relieves tho achlni
clears the brain. It enriches the blood and
this way it drives out disease and H a promoter of health and longevity. If you with
to keen strong and well in old ago if you wish to be freo from disease now take a table-
spoon ful of Duiry's Matt Whkkty three times a day in mill: or water.
Duffy's is prescribed by doctors everywhere for coughs colds grip catarrh con-
sumption bronchitis pneumonia pleurisy asthma and nil diseases of the throat and
luugv indigestion dyspepsia aud overy form of stomach trouble; nervousness malar-
ia and all low fevers.
CAUTION. When you ak for Dully's Pure MaltWhlticey be sure you get the genuine.
Unicrupiitous dealer mlndlul ot the eiceflencc of this preparation will try to sell you cheap Im-
llatlonifcnd malt nhlskey substitutes which bre put on the market for prollt only and vhlch
tar from relieving the tick ore positively harmful. Demand "Dufly'a" and besurcyou getlt.
It If the only abiolutely pure Halt Whlky which contains medicinal hrutlh.elvlng qualities.
Duffy's Pure Malt Whltkey It aold In sealed bottles only never In flask or bulk. Look for the
trademark the ' Old Chemist" on the label and be certain the seal over the cork It unbroken.
Beware ol refilled bottles. " Duffy' " contains no fusel oil.
Sold by all druggists and grocers or direct $1.00 a bottle. Interesting medical
vjklct postpaid to any address. Duffy Malt Whiskey Co. liochostcr. New York.
FIGHTING CATTLE TAX.
Special id Dally Leader.
Ardmore I. T. Nov. 25. While tho
federal government is enforcing tho
tribal cattle tax with varied success
tho stockmen of tho Chickrwaw nation
aro making a strong light before tho
Indian legislature to havo the law
which authorizes tho tax repealed.
The lower house of the legislature has
ropcatua mo law out u is aouoiiui
whether the senate will do likewise.
Doesn't Respect Old Age.
Its shameful when youth fails to
show proper respect for old nge but
Just tho contrary in the case of Dr.
King's New Life Pills. They cut off
maladlos no matter how sovore and ir-
respective of old ago. Dyspepsia
Jaundice fever constipation all yield
to this perfect pill. 2Gc at P. B. Lll-
lio & Co.'s drug store.
WILL NOT PROSECUTE NEAL.
If the Banker Returns the Money He
la to Go Free.
Special to Dally Leader.
rdmore I. T. Nov. '23. At a con-
ference of tho officials of tho bank of
Ravia and tho attorneys of R. E. Noal
tho president who has attempted to
get away with some of tho bank's
funds held nt Tlavla today it was
agreed that Neal should Teturn'or re-
place all the money tz iai taken and
that ho should not be prosecuted. Neal
aays thai Te was not attempting to
got away with the bank's money but
that it had been lost In speculation in
cotton. Some ro of -the opinion that
the bank will discontinue business
Onq of tho directors of the bank how.
ever stated that a new pre8ifient
would be elected at once vn& the bank
fwmild continue business. The depos
itors will receive tho full amount of
SYRIANS AT SHAWNEE
Sneclal to Daily Leader.
I Shawnee Okla. Nov. 25. The Syr-
liana of Oklahoma and the Indian ter-
ritory hold their annual convention
in this city today. The proceedings
'were conducted in tholr own language
'Many from Texas were in attendance
i Mew officers woro elected and the MS-
'ual business transacted.
Special to Dally Leader.
Lawton Okla Nov. 25. Mr. Book-
waUor of Arkansas City is in Law-
ton todnv. He contemplates putting In
' ov0 barrel flouring milL He qndor-
.Btanda thoroughly the bUBineea and
bae ample capital to erect ono of tne
tiest plpnts iq the territory. His poo;
pie do not ask the city for any bonus.
In adqltion to the mill they will put
in a mammoth elevator at Lawton and
a number of Bmaller oneo at other
DEATH OF REV. L. L. SMITH.
' Oklahoma City Okla Not. 28.
Re. U L- Smith head of the First
Baptist church In Oklahoma and cor-
tnwuding secrewry of the territorial
.-..'ivfntion died at his home In hij
iv this morning Rev Smith was
pi- f tne bes known divines In Ok
Geo. W. Kalily 108 Years of Age
Is ns Strong and Vigorous its
Men Thirty Ycnr3 Younger
and Ssys That for Long
Tlmo His Only ritdtcir.9
Has Been DUFFY'S
A familiar fipare of the Rockies the " oldeut
Hying landmark." is O. W. Hanly of Ilig
Timber Mont one of tli original " I9rr. '
Mr. Hanly in later years built up a lurji
veterinary medicine business. Though now
In his lOOtb year he is hale and hearty and
able to walk about as snrxly as many men
half his ace. He states that lie owes it all tr
Duffy's Pure .Malt Whiskey. In u recent
letter he says:
" It hu Web my intention for some time (o
wri'.o mid compliment you on the effects
Puffy's I'tire Malt Whiskey har had on my
tiMilth. Tjifit Knvptnlmr T u-nft 10R rear n)f.
- sHniulant recommended by phjaicians of
to the weary and depressed. It arrests tho
young maKcs mo wi'iik
vounc. makes tho weak strong. It stronctb
elves to me limns tnpir oiu-timc vigor. ana
nourishes the vital forces of the body. In
South McAlester I. T. Nov. 2J5.
Tho Knights of Columbus u Catholic
fratornal beneficiary society organiz-
ed a lodge horo last nlghL State Sec-
retary T. J. Coughlin of Topeka Kas
had charge of tho work ot installation
being asslutod by knights from Okla-
homa and Kansas thoro bolng twolve
hero from Wichita. It is the first
lodge of tho kind instituted In Indian
territory. The.Catholic bishop of this
diocese is hPre to assist In tao cere
Stepped Against a Hot Stove.
A child of Mrs. Ceo. T. Benion
when getting his usual Saturday nlghtlwIth Pum ft ueh Ty ba " oppc
bath stepped back against a hot stove
which burned him severely. The child
was in groat agony and his mother
could do nothing to pacify him. Re-
membering that she had a bottle of
Chamberlain's Pain Balm in the house
she thought she would try It In less
than half an hour aftor applying it
the child was quiet -and asleep and in
lees than two weeks was well. Mrs.
Benson is a voll known resident ot
Keliar Va. Pain Balm Ib nn antiseptic
liniment and especially vnluablo for
burns cuts bruises nnd sprains. For
salo by tho Eagle drug store.
For the Lawyer.
For Sale Bovcn (7) volumes of dc-
cinlons ot tho department of the inter-
ior relating to public lands.
Ono volume Taylor's Pleadings and
Practise (Kansas). Address The
Leader Guthrie Okla.
A great many women wipe their
Sins away at this Boanon of the year
by silting up nights working on some-
thing to be sold at a church fair
. - m .... .
jiZIZSSalSSSSSi 7".h "?& "? 5'A7.!1.eh.J".ftAn.e;! " r
pleaae my aunt t did to. . 11
atTODB-er. fraud the medietas
moathtbo flow wu leaa until
feetly natural aod autfertd no
nalnral am4 HnMase
You cannot wonder that I am nthuilaatle la th
pralte ot your medleio when you know all th.l It baa
don for tat.
inr11.' n'Vativeitatement when be wrote that Awxlinf? peR tbreatraei Ufihl
her life. Kvtry woman .hould know that flooding if not chfcko.1 is wire death t is iMbing oVer
a this awful calamity when it hu gotten beyoml control.
i. JSu1.1 doclf Pl1t?vP MJ'AIN V"l wUen be hal lio hoi. Winerf fan' cbrxked
jSfleUwSui "W 8 leT 'lfe Wlne U LttftMi Uu't'!' '"' Wk to
.. i Ww be a more complete and conduiive demonitraUoo than thimf wlnf m . f ij.rdul
fM.?o 'Wine of Urdut cured tbow terrible cbrotiic pei for Mw. AeUw.ui.l - ...n mum
headaches and baekachware only Jew dangerous nymptoms of f.ale weakneae awl V.m of Cartful
curei them all- dertroyi the last trace and bring perfect health r. me m vuim
1 .! um " SW lbe wine of Cardui Mr
I and Jet Wine of Cardui cure you juit a it did Mr. Allen Ali.Jr.gg t
O LOCAL POINTS. O
J. B. Cooper kt.i been appointed
poatmar t at McKlnley this county
vice Luretta M Swank resigned
.Jurijre Merrick of McKlnley
yestcrday in lhe city
Editor Manor of the Ixgttn County
News at Crescent City waa lis the city
vent or Jay.
Topckft visitor in
wife are hor
will be m session ot di i.et
oourt tomorrow on accouut of tho ay
being declareJ a legal holiday.
L The i.'.uiienis of t'ic Logan county
'.ilgh school are practicing their ylfs
and war whoop by which they hope 1 1
encourage the local team In their con-
teat with the Chlloeeo Indians tomor
.1. B. Kent official photographer of
the world's fair commission Iibb re-
turned to his homo in Chandler liter
spending n few days In tho ci;y. Mr
Kent while hero securod twenty-five
pictures of the Institutions residence
and Ivnineea houae. views of ih"
streets etc. which will bo exhlblie
In the Oklahoma building nextxyear
Mr. Kynt reports that the people over
iho territory are much Interested In
the OMuho.ia exhibit at the fair.
.A dispatcher' olfice has boon os-
tnbllBtiud in tho local offlcoe of the
Ft. Smith & Western.
There will be no mall delivery to-
morrow by the ntral route carriers.
Train service will be otahll8heU on
tho new extension of the Sau'n Fo ox-
tending from Nowkirk to Shawnao
Thursday Nov. 20 1003 being
Thanksgiving day and a lognl hollJay
the postofflce will bo opon fur tho
transaction of buines only from 3 to
4 j. m.
W. M. McCoy P. M.
By Bribing the Nerves.
temporarily uui it huiuuiiuuuuu
which tho cough Is a symptom goes
from bad to worse. Do not wasto time
and monoy on doluslvo "oough mix-
tures." neraembor that Allen's Lung
Balsam does not merely put the nervoa
to sleep. It gou right down to tho
root of tho trouble and so euro ovon
deep sontod nffectatlong of tho throat
For a Bad Cold.
It you have a bad cold you need a
good reliable medlclno like Chambor-
Iain's Cough Romody to loosen nnd
rollove it nnd to allay tho Irritation
nnd inflammation of tho throat and
lungs. The soothing nnd healing prop-
erties of this remedy and tho quick
euros which it effects make it a fav-
orite every where For salo 7 tho
Eagle drug store.
"Whea I hoar that people are worth
iest nna Hnmiess nnu careioes an
not vry good I remember that 1 am
ono of .imra" nyi Deacon Drako Tjw
deacon should talk ai tho revival
W. r Met Sep (sal
3. V Cnipirs an 1
from X( 'v York City.
Rescued from De&ih.
tu reallr wouderful how aon I wai Ixwafited
In aaven mootba I waa xmr.
ii &msm4me"' W
II M iii iin IHI
A'cgclablv Prcpoto' :on Tor As
tmrj the Stomachs and Bww Is or
Opium.Iorpliine nor Mineral
lUitmMnnnmw Apcrfccl Remedy forConslipa
Tlon Sour Stomach Dinrrltocn
Worms .Convulsions .Fevenah
ncss nntl Loss of Sleep.
Tac Simile Snjnnlure of
N DCACT COPY OF WRAPPER
Guthrie Laundry Co. Lucky 64 Puzzle
GRAIN FAIR AT OKLAHOMA CITY.
Special to Dally Leader.
Oklahoma City Okla. Nov. 36.-
chamber of commerce of tho city
arranging for a big corn and grain
carnival December 10 an A 11. Tho
farmery of the oounty will submit
.amnion of nil kinds of nroduet. for
WJJCU Ul(jn wj l)0 nrtz(8 QtloroA anl
froul which samples will be selectod
for tho Oklahoma exhibit nt the
Uui Ida up the system; puts pure
rich U(ak1 in the veins; make men
nnd women strong and health fhir
dock Blood 111 tiers. At nuy 1 lore
1 UKiaboma i:hn.-J)e is conducting a
restaurant on Oklahoma avenue north
of Weinbtrnu He raaken 5 cent o
torn that art- fine
ttfl MawMtiUMtta ATrnnf.
JlIHU.Inifc April C 18
t 1 ... Ri p bJ- ei dMterf
and IU m.tl iioii!;.:S
aacaanar. oiaoroj.iri 01c
Ml ds.lt. t J.i-t ive t a tnal
. if I x -'. u i ( w.
For Infants nnri Children.
Ths Kind You Have
ymc etNtnuii coMHor new yo cm.
Cm this card In 4
pieces then put It to-
gether so you will gala
ono Ajuaro (65). Thon
put It together in an-
other way and diminish
2 squares (G3).
You must not destroy
any of tho small square
nor add any.
On Christmas Day wa
will give $5.00 in Laun-
dry work to tho first
portion Rolvlng this puz-
zle. All solutions will
dated when rerclvcd at
Spoclal tq Daily Loader.
Alva Okla. Nov. 26. About 100
school land lessaos met in tho opera
house; tho meeting was organized by
electing Geo W. Crowoll chairman.
And W. J. Fronch socrotnry. A- Mc-
Tnggart nn.1 othera of Attgustn B 1?'
Blue of fngorsoll 0 A. Foil of Cher
okoe and many others from different
parti of tho county were present
There was n fjonernl discussion of
the situn ion and u grpat interest watt
manifested. It was voted that every
lessee that oan possibly go attend
the meeting of the ac'ioftl board at
Guthrie Nov 27 to'llec 4.
Hcnatnr Thomas P ftore of Lawtou
wiH leltv r a lecture tonight at Pur-
cell on the ciibject of "B'ntehood."
lit. Wrer Treatment
Syrup for Un blood Cettte far tkln crapUoea.
h Jft In
U" For Over
XVt ahouM ilka to send a aampU of MUu a
food frt o your baby -
MELLJN'8 yOOD CO &0TO' MAS.
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