The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 108, Ed. 1, Monday, November 28, 1904 Page: 2 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLA... MONDAY NOVEMBER 23 1904.
NEW COUNTRY CITIZENS
Want the Pasture Reserve
Opened to Settlement
ConaTrisman ntrd S ylofiulre was
met while ne'e last week If a few
prominent cltlrens of the New Court-
lr ' and he assured these people thai
lie would do all that ho rould to get
Houho Ulll No 9 pape.l as won a
possible This bill provides for thv
opening of tK pasture reserve in the
new counties tiz"u comprise 5w3ii
The people at Lawton hae forme-1
nn organization for the purpoae of
pushing legislation alonK this line and
they will doubtless hae a delegation
nt Washington as soon ns congress
Nearly 4n.00o acres of this pnslnre
resc-vo lie In the southern part
Comanche county nnd Is considered
very rich nnd valuablo land. Twenty
thousand acres lie in Kiowa county
Tho bill is In the aerate nnd will
Vrobably le arted upon among the
first to bf- cnnslrioied It provides for
Iheso lands to he auctioned off to t.e
highest bidder The monevs arcrulng
from the pale of the lands will be
placed In the X'nUed State treasury
credited to the Indians.
It nl" provldei that one-fifth of the
price for piece of lnnd must be paid
down nt tho tlmo of purchase nnd the
remainder in five equal pitvrnents If
at any Mmc. the purchaser fails to
-mnlA him tinvmnnr hn Invpn lilt rtulkL4
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and privileges to the land feet. 1 If lies to the Up end of the
Tills bill passed the house March second ear which the stalk contains
201901 The pnsipe of the bill and ' is still on exhibition nt this office.
Hie opening of ihe reservation meant Many havo called to see It and doubt-
Hint there will be homes made for leas there are others who would like
more thaw 10CO people A provMrc to wore thoy to think of It when In
was put In the bill that no ono pen town . When your friends from a dis
son ahnll purchase more than v tnnce como to see you mako It a point
acros which sort of helps to protect to brinf U. m in nnd let them lake
the poor nmn. ja look nt this mammoth stalk Of corn
There is nlv one bad fature about
this aiid 'hai Ir. ihat the iih man can
have hi hlrelinns to pureha-e clnlma
throutth turn .u.ii at the auie lime he
will reap the benefit I" this
there will possibly be many Kr
roan hnndi'-npped who ha saed nare
ly enout.'. to lid in a pi-- of lanii.
Conrt'sin in McOuire will undoubt-
edly see that this portier of the bill
TO CURc A CCt-D IM ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Bromo Qalnme Tab-
lets. All druggists refund the money
If It fall3 t-i cure. F. W. Grore"! slg-
nature 1j on each box 25c
Mai' street is being filled in with
dl" Slid graded down. This calls to
our mind how much easier it la to
mako good roads here than it Is ir the
mud atateB Thore they have to cov-
er the mud with sand to tho depth ol
several lnchca nnd often this cost
evoral hundred dollars per nil!?.
Carlessncss Is responsible for many
a railway wreeU an dthe same causes
nro makinK hnu.nii wrecks of sufforors
from Thnait and Lung troubles. Rut
wince the ul.-ent of Dr King's Nv
Discovery for Consumption Coughs
and ''obis v.n ihe worst cases can
be cure. I and hopelcM lesljrnjtlon li
no longer ii.'tiary Mrs Le'.f Crap?
of Do-1um r vlsss W e.ne of many
whos lifi ns saved by Dr K'ng's
New Dl-ico' t rv Thl)' itreai len-ely
In gun minted for all I lu oat at d Lnng
dlseans X u'.l drugvisis Puce SOe
amXl 00 Vriul bottles fiee
FURLOUGHED DECEMBER 1.
Townslte Comn-:ssloi Laid Oft on Ae-
count oi Lack of Funds
Muskogee . T. Nov. 28 For the
past few days It has been rumoroJ
that the force of the tgwpsito com-
mIsskNi of Indian territory vould be
donroeMd In the near future . Yestw
day It was officially unnouncod that
a commun'catlon lwd boeti resolved
from the stKrotnry of tho intarinr stat-
ing that the Clilekasaw and Ohootaw
and ot'jar towi'Slts oomrnlssioners
would be furloughed after Decomber
X o-i aotount of lack ot funds. There!
Come now own up tell the honest truth
You don't like those gray hairs do you? And your husband
certainly doesn't like them. Then why not buy a bottle of
Ayers Jiair Vigorr It restores
Cures dandruff also bold for
arw eight comtntailanors In the differ
ant naltnrta ntlll oflfih hS.1'6 (rOHl tlltO
m ft. Mrk
The ork of lite townslte commls
sloners U almont completed. U it
no krown hnw lout the furloitejh will
last as the virion commissioners
have been laid off a number of time"
in the past and alter tho lapse of a few
month ordered to resume work.
Those marked were re-olecled:
Beaver Klla flaker. Den: .
Tllnlne NfIla J Tratt. Hep
Caddo Maud li Wldan an Pern
cauad an W r nickford. Dem.
Cleveland. r. n. Swank Dem.
Con anche !'.. P Nelson Dem.
Custer M O. llenjamln Itep.
Pay T " Jlr-ore. Dem
Powev. R M F.nst Dem
(InrfleM Qeorre lialney. Rep. (Serr
in by iviiolntiiient )
Orant. .I A. Aldvrson ')em .
Greer J U. 1 avlor. Doni.
Kay "Alfred Kernel Hep
Kingfisher J .E. Moore Itep.
Kiown V. P. Stewart. Dem
Lincoln ". T Hayes Ilep
Logon v G. 'W Derrlc k Hep.
Noble J C Kerrler. Itcp .
OMuhotna. I.nura WtnVct Pern.
Pawnee W It. flolnstn nem.
Payne S. Susie Cnreon Hop.
Pottawatomie K E. Wnller. Dom
Roger V.IJs A Rufus Harris Dom.
Washita Itohert L Knle Dttn.
Woods Mrs W .11. McUroevy. Hep.
Wocdwaid j. A Dixon Ren.
It "111 l " seen that th'rtcn of the i
snporlnteiilpnUi will Kuccoed thorn
seUea for the next toim of office; thai
eleven were elecTbJ on the Republl
can tlcVet and fourteen on the Demo-
cratic The stnlk of .Uexrcan Juno corn
urown hy S. M Mcllurg on wheat
l.n n.'.n.. l........ ..t.:..t -... -.- lrt
A Heavy Load.
To lift that load off of the stomach
takp Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It digests
what yon eat. Sour stomach belch-
ing pas on stomach and all disorders
of the stomach that are curable are
Instantly relieved and permanently
cured by ;he use of Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure. S. 1. Storrs a druggist at 287
.Main street New Ilritoin Conn. says.
"KoO'jI Dspepsla Cure Is glvl.ig such
universal satisfaction and Is so surely
becoming the positive relief and sub
sequent ours for this distressing all-
nent I feel thnt I am always sure to
satUf and gratify my customers by
recommending it to thom. I writa this
to show how well tho remedy ? spok-
en of hare" Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
was iiiacovorod after years of scien-
tific expoilments and will positively
cure nil stomach troubles. Sold by J
SAWYER HFRE YE6TERDAY
Tells About the Progress of i.idland
II W. Sawer of Pnid passed
.hroufh nuHirle yesterday erontng en
route from Stickler to hi home.
Stickler is a new inwn on the Midland
Valley railroad In the Indian ttrrlior.
and according to Mr. Vjawyer hat
brlsjit promiseb f a preat future
Mr Sawyer says ihat tho Midland Val
lev is pushing It cimstru lion work ts
rapidly as possible mnl (hut It ii'
finally be Known as the only road run
tiiub from the Gulf of Mexico to the
Northwest country through the rkh
est coal fields In tho west
CONTRACT IS LET.
For Construct len o Midland Valley
From Tulsa to Pawhtiska.
Word yvfts recelvod In the olty today
to tho otfwt that J. W. Maney of Ok j
... 111.. t- 1 . it '
iuihiihu uuy. wis oeon awaroeti m
coatraot for tMilldtng tha Midland Val
ley railroad from Tulsa to Pawhusha
The dostlnatlon ot thlB road Is V .' hi
ta and work will be begun all alone
the line from VawhuaHa to this ilnt
as soon as arrongwnknu can be ivade
and the coatrsctt lit
color to gray hair every time.
over sixty years.
INTERE9TINC IF TRUE.
Try It For
One grain cf the active principle in
fltuan'K Dyrpepela Tablets will digest
1.000 groins ot meat eggs i other
wholesome food and this claim has
le.-m proves b actual experiment
which anyone can perform for hln-
self in the follnn-lns; manner Cut
hard boiled egrs into very small
pieces ns It would be tf masticate I
place the err and two or three of th
tablets in a bo.' tie or Jar oonttUnltm
warm water heated to 98 degrees (Uu
tentporatnr of the hotly) and keep
it at this temperature for three nnd
one-half lionrs at the Mil of which
time the enK will be as completely
digested ns It would have been In the
healthy stomach of a hungry boy.
The point of this experiment Is that
what Stuart's Dyspepsia Tabluts will
do to the one in the bottle it will dr
to tho egg or meat In the s-tomnch and
nothing elf will icsi ard Invigorate
the stomach so safely nnd offectunllv
lSven a little i-hlld can take Stuart'
Tablets wlU safety and benofit if its
dlcest'on Is weak nnd tho thousands
of cures accomplished hy tholr regu-
lar dally t'se nre easily eplalued when
It Is untWrstflod that thoy are com-
posed of egetnbIo essences nseptlc
pepsin -liastaao mil GoMor. Seal
which mingle with the food nnd di-
gest It thortnmily. glvlrg the over-
worked stomach a chance to recuper-
ate. Die" lug never cures dyspepsia neith
er do pills and efcthnrtic medicines
which slmp'y Irritate and inflame the
When enonrh food Is oatnn nnd
promptly digested tl era w 111 be no
constlpnUon ncr In friot will there M
dlieAfe of nrjr Kind btcnuse food di-
gestion moans vrood health In overy
The merit and racess of Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets nrs world whlft and
tliey nro sold at the motlsratg pries of
80 cents foi full sized paokngo' In ev
ery drug store in the United Slates
and Canada as yvull a lit Ourope.
Locl Happenings of City and Terri-
tory Briefly Told.
Tocunisch wants a dog ordinance.
Duck shooting Is still good on the
South Canadian. s
Pawnee will have a
rally December S
One Hobart gin ha-i baled over 1200
bales of cotton in four weeks.
Rabbit is gradually taking the place
of crow on many Oklahoma tables.
"Cutting" classes lias led to several
student stispoaslcais at the Agricultur-
S. A. Mann foralprly ot Gmhrld Is
now olerlt of tho polico court of Spo-
Shawnoo jaudwlchod In a chrysnn-
thomtlm ahoy betyveon olBctlon and
.It Is denied that the school in Lin-
coln county knoyvn as "Mud Collego"
is n kindergarten.
Kingfisher la sot a bad bird at all
although It favors birds to beat Uie
band and Democrats.
The Woman Suffrage meetiug over
at Knld last week was a hummer. Miss
Gregg talked three hours.
The ' New Settlers" ticket In Beaver
county elected one commissioner sur
veyor aud register of deoas
A HaptUt chuicfa is being built at
Lawton snd will te completed by the
time the Ice Is broken next spriaff.
The E il ' Fagle ierslst8 in 'rubMng
it In" on Its town because it will- not
; follow the pace set by Muskogee I. T
Governor Ferguson's paper says
"after the ball Is over" In spcaktne
a ... ma I
auermatnioaiiy oonoorning tue oieo
Th Bl Tleno Globe wants tn know
what lias causel the sudden docltne
In hoes corioti and graras smro eiec
plant engine hlew ou and tallow dip i
were st a premium at Wackwell onj
The Chll'askla Valley Far-were In-
htiture will hold a two days' session
tn Uraman November 2' and SO. A
orv Interesting in-ogram has bocta
One Night Only
MONDAY NOVEMBER 28
Jules Slurry Presents
nd Max Firman
"The Marriage of
Breezy Sparkling Bright and
Amusing N. Y. Herald.
Free List Suspended.
Prices $1.50 $1.00 75c
The Newest Musical Comedy
La medley op wii beauty
A Suparl? Organization
A Pertectly Trained
OHORUS OF PRETTY GIRLS
Absolutely Everything New
HNOT AN OLD FEATURE
Prices 25c 35c 50c nnd 75c
THREE NIGHTS COM- f
DECEMBER. - - - -
Special Engagement limous
Presenting Friday Night the
Three Act Comedy Opera
An Exceptionally Capable
Change ov Opera Nightly
AUGUMENTEQ ORC IIESTRA
No Free Liat.
Prions 25c. 35c 50c 75c
Matinee 25c aud 50c
and a sooil attendance is
Mot telephones are being put In
the homes of farmers near Marshall.
Oklahoma will soon ha up with the
states on this matter.
There will be mighty llttlo broom
com grown In Woodyynrd comity next'
year is the News' prediction. Tho oorn
is bringing only $30 and ?35 a ton.
F. A. Wagoner probate Judge elect
of Ltneoln ooimty did not attempt
to go to the World's- fair until lie was
St Louis by storm
Those four soldiers w ho eAcaped on
ntUi laitt week from tho Ft t Ileaw
guard ttunfte w foolWi. Winter U
lust now oorulng oo and each of them
ha a -.iifflclent stntsne tq keep hln:
-1 f iC3 YitSi). m. t- ...4-4-!. .. .. J!U
j...o -LL.i.j ji vulhiil;. uiuiug u.ua ueaung ttiem tnus rreserv
.ng the woodwork from iniury a wonderful invention which
cost a large sum of money m order to be up-to-date. O i shop
has the Only Henderson T're Setter in this section of the
United States. We also have the verv latest Goodyear Rubber
Tire Machine. We put first quality rubber tires on any -whee
that rolls buggy or wagon. New vehicl6s made to order Re.
rairing painting and trimming our specialty. You are inviteu
to visit our factory the best equipped la the Southwest.
First class Horsesboing SCHICKR.AM f WICKMAM
Through Sleeping: Car Service
Santa Fe and Missouri Pacific
TO ST. LOUIS MO.
Commencing June 1 190-1 Santa Fe train No. 110 will
carry a through Pullman sleeping car from Purcell I. T
to St. Louis Mo. via. the Missouri Pacific Railway from
Kansas City Mo. The Missouri Pacific Railway has eigbt
trains daily each pay between Kansas City and St. Lcris.
First class service in every respect sleeping par-
lor and chair cars electnc lights electric fans and elec-
Ask your agent to sell you tickets via. the Missouu
C. E. STYLES A. Q. P. A.
Kansas City Mo.
The Missouri Pacific Railway
The favorite line between Kansas City and St. Louis.
Five trains daily each way; tirst class trains n every
respect and the fastest time. See that your tickets
read via the MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY
The Sure way to Reach your Destination
quiculy and with he Greatest Degree of Comfort.
Takes you direct to the World's Fair Grounds.
C. E. StylbsS A. G. P. A
Kansas Oity Mo
JE&T WHEN 0M TRAVEL
jMnM lr A If k SELECT A nAILWAY AS tf
WMlfl 'Tu YOU DO YOUR CLOTHES B
I1 f KA1 Y BEHVIGE I
it Ml Il MI80OUHI KANSAS I TEXAS RAIVVT
a B rribr i i sV Soj-fesls Comforlabls mi Coovtclut Trc. V
III vffl lf THE "ATY FLYER" AND
Vn WlrWECATY DW13G STATIONS. V
TKTl J2K!fjk UKorpassed Id Qoility and Senlci. J
ir a- -B-jo - -v J rnr.-rr-ksr Cs -Ss. m
JC !Hv3 dIOi
Chicago CSt Enstern Illinois
Doible Daily Trains
St. Louis and Chicago
t MOIINING AND EVENING
From LaSalle Street Station - . 9:50 o. m.-9:10 p. m
From vlnlonSta. (Merchants Bridge)St. Louis 9:30 a. m.--9:4C p. m
Morning or evening connectioo at both termtniwUh lines diverging.
Bquipmsnt entirely new and modern throughout.
A POU&Ui-TRACK RAILWAY.
Equipped with praoiical and approved safety appliances.
d. B. FAIRFIELD
Goods Perched. Stored and JShippod to Order-
Pnone 20 Office and Yards 407-409 w. Kelson
It you will pay a vist totbe
Carriage and Wagn Work?
822 S. Division St
We will show you how vtt
tighten loftse w.nirnn nnfl -mritrt
11. A . .. 0.T
E. E. BLECKLEY T. P. A.
E. E. Blacklby T. P. A
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 108, Ed. 1, Monday, November 28, 1904, newspaper, November 28, 1904; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc72317/m1/2/: accessed August 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.