The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 61, Ed. 1, Thursday, October 6, 1904 Page: 6 of 8
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THE LEADtF. QUTHfllE OKLAHOMA THURSDAY OCTOBER 6 190.
Their Opjccfion Applies to
Negro Children but to
White as Well.
Washington O C Oct. C The In-
timn office here Is an yet wltlinui ad-
vice In relorence to the allied con-
flict between the IndlaiiH nnrt the w
tjroes In llie Territorial school estan
IIbIxchI by the Federal Onvernment
I Should Convince the Greatest Skeptt;
DocatiB It's thf evidence of an Ok
Testimony ouslly investigated
The nfrongot endorsement ot merit.
The best of ptoof. Read It
K. A. Klnnebrew of Sliawnee form.
orlv ut 410 B. Perkins Ave. says; "I
Jum ns willingly emphatically nnrt en-
thusiastically endorse roan's Kidney
Pills today ns I dirt In the month of
may. 1901. when nfter taVInjr n counsfl
of the treatment they cured me of
backache attacks of "which I had for
far too long a time to be pleasant nnrt
which were often bo sevoro tluu it wa
cnlv with .Ufflculty that I could Voof
(Placed on Record; "(JO WCSf
Ranch It and rough it and v"j'I1 soon
CERTl FICATE P ritl of fat 7fk and n
irjtf courii." That is whnt the doctor
FILJil) j said to a rouug married msu with a wife
in. -.....-. ...hioli miruA pArwnrv or etraiKiil?n aicor sioui'iijR.
that friction between rtie races eln a statement at that tlmo and allowed
! la declml oy th official to be it to be published In our GutlnW !
non'KHH As a. matter of fnct. vipers. Now at tills date. II the eui
Hiese oOlclnls. the Crks and CI.ro ! had not been permanent 1 would be
H have parate scnoois tm hot i I the last person to re-endorse th
Milan am! blacks anc irnvr main-Malms nade for this preparation. My
........ .. .i . ... -.. in father who Uvea In Shep&rd Texas
tlulr MCIW.H since fl- wr.tory n wa vlV.tlng me sometime W. an
I-. i 'n. nhri.. ai.i th. while kef complained or tuning con
tUct..Wnh-..un Uie other hand haw aiomuk backache I sent hbn t- J.
no nea ncnoota and 1mv mv.er pr I S Wallace drug stcro for Poan s
netted .he. neftmen to attend th ' Kidney Pills. He toox mem. and 1
... i.i . hl .HiiiMii t ' afterward heard him say thej wer
n-.r .. Tii- r..ii in the nn-s ! 1 fnett remedy he ever used
on case rtoeniR o be directef chlefh
Flood of Legislative Nomi
nations Pour Into Ex-
npilnst the whi'x puptla who hne
Lama.. rA... . .. it .i.l.kil lhii.ii artliir.l
'ru'"" ...v.-..-..-. - - ..... mm .m r n..fflo
... !.. ota t ' ccnis rrai'w up. -" -i
i.l.l .... .
bioisht him nulck relief and on en-
Urel cured him."
For sale by all deilers. Price 5i)
lobked'upon wltlt dlsfust bv the 'rd
men" for renm which are purely Uv
Con;rn. nt the last schbioh passe I
n lav uMimprlntlriK $1CM)000 for tin
osUibllthtti(nt of schools In the Ter-
rlior whlrh were to jo iupilmenta'.
to the schools alrWhdy wnlntalned ano
n operntlun by ard .aider the direc
Ucn jif the 1erltorlnl oficers Ti.U
InV ruart nf lallows
'For the nmlnInDce trenhen
hew York. ole agents for the uni'e-i
RemeTnber the nnm' Poan's and
take no other.
LAND OFFICE OPINION.
Down by Commissioner of
The coi.imUoner or the general
land office has handed dawn en opilt
nK null enlntRliiB of the cr;&nl schools' fm n t cnBe 0f McCotf.oy vs. Welt1
of Uin riiemheo. Choctaw Creek j n wnCi ij10 ontry of W'olr Is enri-
Chlckasnw ind Seminole attenannce(ct0ll nn(j Mi'tonkoy. wnq alleged
of children of uon-cit;eni rhereln. ainndonnient. 16 nlldwc(? fo mtilre ou-
nnd tin- nstnl.lishment of new 3cboolsitrj. .r0 ((Kitrovaray lnvolvot n (rnei
under the 'ontrol of the tribal school . of lan(j m tne ftrnlor Oklahoma City
boards nnd the Department of the In lanil uHtrlct.
terlor th sum of $100000 ts piaceu
In the hands of the Secretary of the
Intel lor to be dUbursea by him under
Good for Children
n ..lamnni- tt tnlta ntnl harmless
melt rules nnd r.la.loo. na ho may Cmgh Cur(? gyw ngUnt
prencrlbe ....... . n -nan of 'Couch. Croup
Tlii idi-rt now ReoniH to have enttr-. " i.1B it inn not nam
. ... ..p ..... i r i. m.'nnd lUrlppc because It doe not pus
immediately Into the stomach but
I i.n.- ntfant rtirVlt nt- (fin SOflt Of tll
iimi.hln M ilrnn-n out trie lnCfUUUHl-
tlon hQl8 and soo'hos nnd cures
pormanontly by enabling tlio lungs to
d the h -adR of tho lendors of tho In
dian fril-cHi that If wldtes I. c non-
reslduntx are pennltted to aUond'
those Hcnools vslnhllsbud nnd main-
tained bv the FedBral Government
thU nill oe mi opening wwIku to Uie
Fodoi-al Uoveruineut ultimately as-
numine; awiiol nd dlrootlon of all
tjjose acliimls. thereby taKlng their
mnnaqwn.cnt aiy from the Tonl-
torlal olflcors It is pds which is
sail to nla-m thorn. Thoy nio Jenl
ous of the power oxt.clsod by them
over their whools nnd do not want to
part with It.
The wintrovory has hail the qffect
however. ' it suspending work upon all
tho twhoolH now undor construction
nnd nothing will ba dono further In
" tho dlreatloiv of . ealabllnlilng now
' sqIiooIh unil the mattorwbas lieon fiot
tle.1 to the sHtlsfnctlon of thp upor
lntemlent- t tho Territorial school
and ho officers of tho Interior Depart-
ment having this mutter In charge
It may b. stntod Incidentally that the
department hero hac neJtlior the de
eire nor I be Intention or malnloinlng
mixed hMla If it is contrary to the
wishcH t the Indians end that ilu--denlroH
ol the Indians will lit f'i'.ly
ivspectl liy puttlns up if ueoeary.
feparntt schools for the negro youth
nf the 1nltory
Tcday Governor Forguson'a office
was deluged with nomination certlrK
calos. a grator number or them b-
ing thrmo of Pnmdctnrjo nominees.
Frank Mathews tho next delegate to
comrrxs. had his certlscMo nleil. Mc
Quire the outgoing cctegato nnvlng
filed his certiiloato sometime no. Cer
tlfioates fitBd today are nB follows.
Fr.mk ainthews Domocrntlc not'il
nee for delogate to orngreee.
J E. Snyder. Sorlallst ndtnlnee for
tho SfHsmul council district.
William Murdock Pemocrattc noir-
Inee for the Fourth council district.
T B A. Hoberteon Penocratlc
nnmleee for the Fourth couhcil dls
K. L Cralle. Pemocrntlc nominee
fov the Ifth council dlBtrlct.
li J Simpson Domoqrnlla nomV
nee for the Sovonth council district.
Frank A. Thomas Uomocratlc nom
invc for the Ninth council district.
J. A. Mfiefeo. Ooniocratlc nominee
for tho Kleventu council district.
IJ X. Woodson Pemoornllc romines'
for tho Twelfth council district.
R. It. Fuller Pomocratlc nominee fo
the PovetiMi roprosenlntlve district.
Ohnrles N Brown Democratic nom-
Inco ror tho Eighth ropresentailve district.
SHItor. nrynn. Pomocnitlc nominee
foi tho Ninth representative district
Scott Ferris Democratic nominee
for tjie Sotdntoonth repreontallvo dis-
trict. Or. J. A Jester Pomocratlc nomi-
nee for the Twenty-third representa-
0. J. Logan Pemocralld nomlnoo
for tho Twerty fourth ropresontatlve
W P .Wilkinson. Pemocrntlc noml-
noo frr the Eighth council district.
A. McTeggnrt Pomocratlc nominee
for tho Fifteenth representative district.
J. C. Major Pemocrntlc nom'nor for
iho Sixteenth representative district.
John P. Hlrknm Republican nom
Ineo for the Second council district.
and child to care
for and a modest
Ralary to support
them on. He
touldn't fro Wwt.
Love and duty tU '
him to his desk in
have to travel to
cure coughs or
lungs. Pr. Pierce's
Piscovery cures ob-
bleeding of the
other forms of
disease which if neglected or uuskill-
fully treated terminate fatally iu con-
sumption. "t will write you whal Dr Mrr-r Oolilrn
Medical Dlacortry !' Jon ror ur " s George
II nelchr 8q of Dorton Pike Ceuntjr Ky
"ThUlten yeM IP I wii woutHle b a Uill
pMUi(f lltrough my latif I he' had a ban
couifli almost erer ilnee wKli ahottneat o'
breath and it mi ery eav to talce eoW the
llghtet change of weather wntild cauae (he
cough to be o bid I would tiave to ait i " In beil
all nlnht Could not eat or !ecp at (lme wa
all run down : could not work at all A lew
month ago 1 hegau ming lr Meter roldi
Medical DIeorery Hare not ued more than
two bottle and now can eat sleep and work
and I feel liken new man I cnetlol find wordi
(o suftldeudy recommend TJr I'leice'a Golden
Medical Discovery or tell the gool It haa done
Pr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser in paper covers is snt free on
receipt of J I one-cent stamps to pay
expense of mailing only The book has
1008 pages and over 700 illustrations.
Address Pr. R. V. Pierce Buffalo N. Y.
1 UIIMI r SBimtaBK-t
IHVT U. 1
I Elegance Ease Economy.
a There's health and comfort to consider tosaynolb- )i
Ing of convenience. Then again
You touch the button we do the rest; doyou catch the iJea
Call on us -we take pleasure in answering questions
The New Electric and Gas Light Co.
Galen Crow Manager.
St. Louis and Return
Daily except Fridays and Saturdays uiv
Fair is over.
Santa Fe sells Coach Excursion tickets
to St. Louis and return good for 7 days
contribute puro life gUlng and Hf
sustaining Oxygen to the blood nn
IfSetiee. Sold by J. N. Wallao.
Were O'dered Held.
e two uoyo u jjnini ami
UIUU lUUUI JIBWIimj ll uni.. o
tr.le uci were ordered by the police
Judjru n ho h''i in Jail until their
liu ucttfi reported.
I live and let my brethren lUe
With till thnt'a good with me.
Unto tho poor some cash I Rjye
The balnncoi I give Rooky Mountnla
Ask our druggist.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
flia Kind You Have A'ways Bought
In bundles of 100 ttod 36o. hundred
LARGE CROWD ATTENDED.
Dridlcntjon of Normal Sohool
DMildinrj at Edmond.
CONTEST CASE RENEWED.
Collins v. Basel Controversy to Con-
tinue Next Monday.
I'lie Callim. vs. nasel lnm contest
cae will be renewed neat Men da v in
the local olfUe. This case lus been
under headway for about 60 days and
already there have been 260 pages of
tuewrltten testimony taken. In lSf-S
Miss Raset nl.'.l on the rami ntir Still-
water And pcuntlv when she a
nlK it k u ake final proof. Collins filed
a contest ci tre grounds that she nad
not lived ou the !and ami had not lir
pr ved it
O SECRETARY'S Orf'ICE. O
A charter was granted to ihe La
Sooie'dnd (Inlrg company with head-
quarters at Oklahoma City. Tho
company has a oapltal stock of $1
000.000. It wftF organized for tho pur-
poso of mining and carrymg mn gen-
eral prospecting business In ni: parts
of Ihe" territory. Tne incorporators
axe C. C. Pottenger of Shawnoo; Joe
S. Patrick. Fred Sohoonfeld aid O. 1..
HuJmii of Okhlhomn Cll. and L. C.
Rendell. of Pou;ias Arts
A notarUI onnunlwlon was Issuer
to R BL w cod of Shawnee.
A YOUNG GIRL'S THOUGHTS
Oftentimes turn mu3lcward. Tho oue
tlon Is What Instrument shall I learn
to play? Nothing better than one ot
our Planqs. which wo aro selling at
low figures you can purchase on eas;
monthly payments. Years of expor
ence has enabled the makers to pr
duco a piano of unsurpassed wort
maushlp and quality of tone. Tne t
fectlon ot mechanism for makls
We will iell you 'on easy paysosta.
Write for full Information if yon r
swer this ad. Wo will send yoo a
copy of tho Nation's Rome sonsa Criw
iontalnlng tho following worda af
Star Spangled Banner
Red White and Blue
Old Folks at Home
Auld Lang Sayne
Home Sweet Home.
Lead Kindly Light
Rock of Ages
In My Old Kentucky Homo.
Write your name and address plilaia.
E. h: KNAUSS
104 Haarison Avenue
The Missouri Pacific Railway
The favorite line between Kansas City and St. Louis
Five trains daily eacu way; ur&t class trains n everj
respect and the fastest .time. See that your tickets
read via the MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY
The Sure way to -Reach your Destinat;on
quickly aud with he Greatest Degree of Comfort.
Takes you direct to the World's Fair Grounds.
C. E. Styles A. G. P. A.
Kansas City Mo
E. E. Blackley T. P. A.
St. Louis and Kansas City and Return.
Daily except Fridays and Saturdays.
Coach Excursion rates September 18th to November '80th.
Seven days from date of sale.
Example: Tickets sold on Sept. 18th will permit holders
to return on any train leaving St. Louis September 25th
and on all trains prior to that date.
C. V. STRAIN D. P. A. M. P. WALSH.
Wichita Kansas. Agent.
M-MMM?MgMg-le5Jt -? 1
For new and fresh groceries see
flwi Sendclbach 816 P.. OUU ae..
borh punnet.. 210.
Orders promptly filled and delivered
at Geo. Sendolbaoli's grocery SIC E.
Ok'.a ave both phones 310
IS ACTING register
Baldwin Vakee the Buck By
vtovwior Wnuson returned Ui'
nvirnliiH fm ISdmund where ho t-"t-ndel
hc dedicition of a building at
ih Kcnina' arhool ll aellvered the
yiUiclrml B4dxn f the vcomicmi Th
iuiiiTimii wax crowded to over-low ' Alva G.
ioK. thrt- w something like I OO'J
TMonl9 in atti)6moP
Ue.id.'A Golernor Fergxison's ad- Alva 0 JkUMklu i eMnt tegltier
di-awh ih were several other who of the loeaJ land oMev tu the stbsenc.
idve i.rioll) Among them v.ew of Regtbter Bole who I at Pt Lout.
Kiiitvk H '!nr. I M Campbell SJd-' in cutnpan vlth Mru Boles Itln'
nop f'l.trk and Fnnl Wo goner. Thu ' the tair Mr Baldwtr reels as natural
yi-ogiaii itituugUout was ormpiet and' as register as he does wiien he r
tliororli I merely a clerk In the office
All parti? tuning rooms
thev desire to rent on Uie 10th llth
and lsth of fctober diirinc the con-
tention it the grand lodge K. of P.
if Oklahoma will kindly notify W. T.
Watreu as to location and raTea.
tnlettoner to Qovernor Ferguton u
Uy. The Republicnns have n.-t as yet
selected a member of the commission.
ind i he now oqjmtiea in Western Ok-
lahoma Rlw all points on the Rook
Island System. Inoludlng Ohootaw
Division can now be reanhed to best
advan'ago by the New Line.
The St. Louis El Reno & Western
Trains leave Guthrie from Santal
Fe (Union.) Station.
Want the Earth?
Fr twenty-five cent we will m&'l
ion for cue year n monthly Ulustrat-
ed publication of sixteen taife derat-
ed to the induirii. climae life and
pr-iu onyorUinlties ut the Great
Bou'hweet Sample copy mailed on
result. Yoftll want It when you sao
It A-ldreas. The Earth. 1118 Railway
Consumption can certainly be cured
Nearly all cases In the early stages. Many even when far
advanced. Fresh air stands first. Good food next. Then a
medicine to quiet the cough and control the Inflammation Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral. Ask your doctor about tnis advice.
3 C IjhC.
MOSE ANDERSON RECOMMENDED
To the Governor as Democratic Mem-
ber of Cleatlon Cnrrmlsslon.
The headquarters ol the Democratic
county oentrnl and campaign coinnlt-
tees fcr In ooacty hare been es-
tablished In rooms in the Adler build
ing on .Uie south aide of Ok-ahoma
awjui between Division awl First
streets. Chairman Felix Adler U h
All Democrats PopuUeU and others
Interested in the election ef the Dew-
oeratio numlueos are tnvhed to call
when In the city.
Is the foundation on which we run our business
p Not Quantity.
We hava only one grade of every thine; we handle "The
iff OUR PRICE Is as low as the cheaper grade of material is
& sold for.
$ How can we do It? Satisfied ustomere the best adver
tisement on earth Result -Small proflts but an ever in-
$ creasing business. "
Your for honest raateriRl and labor.
Guthrie Wall Paper
& Paint Company
Chairman JjBo Punn. or Uie Pern
ocmiic tjerrttorl'il campaign commit
teo recommended the appointment orPense
"Intending visitors to Saint Lou.ts
during the World's Pair can aswiro
themselves saUafaotory rooming ac-
Lcommodatlons through tne Meronant:
ervlco Company nt a nornlnol ex
Mose Anderson a? tne Demociatlc For particulars apply to nearest iyj
W. M. Bconson L. C. Bronson.
BRONSON & BRONSON
farm Loans Insurance Abstracts
Only complete abstracts of t'tle in Logan Court
Vqu pay interest and pr-inciint! at ouc '3ic
01des$hLi largest Insurant- agjeccV ill Oklahcn.a
lclWestUOkla Ave. UUlHHIE OJvLA
jincmlor of the boatd of t lection con Frisco System Agent"
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