The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 118, Ed. 1, Friday, December 9, 1904 Page: 2 of 8
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THE LEADER qOtHRIE OKLA... FRIDAY DECEMBER 9 1B04.
Stands for Uiiion BackLacht.?usfcl
TRUTH IS DEAD!
Local Happenings of City and Terri-
tory Briefly Told.
uy iianey uisease
Miss Estelle Dfanchard of New
Orleans Lived Year In Agony
from Dackacltc Caused by
Kidney Trouble. She Says
She Was Completely
Cured by Warner's Safe Cure.
AN TI-HORSli THIEF CON-
TROVERSY Oklahoma will take statehood as a
chriitmns rift thank you. i
The MAN is a VIPER who will LIE.
A flre at Kiowa recently destroyed a
$2 ... IOek ojnerchandise. People of Logan County WILL you stand PAT with a
President Kirkwood Will
Continue His Opposition to
Indian lcrritorv Session.
Itit'ire Bertitebnmp I afflicted twllh1
firm that will buitfttlljr deceive yoxi?
rheumatism in in-- . i-lit i.and
' X&'it$&' '"rap'f'w
r ' nra
iHit'CH MtM'rfii. prcMoeni "i i i
(i luhoiu.i ili Kion n the An'iM'ir-.'-Tl'i"
a-'-''ianmi. snlil today Unit th"
frir nation in Imlinn tTritr whb 1i
. I. r. .nt ..... r.r II hm a Lin n In Ini tit'
rir imm '" 'imj- m - .. tiling
IrI-o awav from the Oklahoma iiivImoi
Br fill un lot the jurisdiction of 1I1M
tiintorjr anil that they have so fr
shown ni' b'piib of di'-nintt to l' oilu i
Mr. Kirkwood has received man
UireatenlnK letters concerning the
matter but he hns held hla own and
stent hi prmiml as he first took it mid
Ills friends in the uiur nations--Chiik
naw fjemtncle Creek and Choctaw
have backed hln. up In every Instance
My contention have hy and are
now Hint. oen though f. atlouni
lodre illd order to the contrary xi -
four nations can not be ruthlessly
torn from the ties that have bound
them to the Oklahoma division with-
out thpir consent" says President
Kirkwood "Hive those people a
chance to say where trey shall belong.
If they nay by then- oe that fiey
would rath r be v.ith the Indian terri-
torv dlvlsh.n than o (Ishoma I atii
Willing that they should leave us but
"The next national lodire meet In
will bo held in Muskogee I. T. 'In
October M05. T liis will not Inlliienet
tho people of tho four nations at all
And berldee I lather think wp wli:
bate been mndo Into one state by tha
time or nt least I hope so. Then
what In nil this light about any way'.
We are to be rrndo Into one state
sooner or lutor and we will want ti
1o under one jurisdiction so what Is
the use In ountrelliiK over the matter.
"Yet I am going to hold our for w
people I lmvo organized durlne; the
past vonr mow lodges In my division
than 'any other Jurisdiction In thv
Vnltod Slntgs. In the four nations In
dliputo I have established slx'y-three
"They niH ti v to make It hot for
me at the n'xt m.ind lodge m-.iiln
but I am al le to aland it. I thlt.k th
T have a s'ront? followinc t tric'id-
who will stay vlth me until the li'
liair tails. But If we set rtHH-.i"
this thing will all bo settled withot"
any further controvert. And we had
just as well be eay Let Indian teril
tory fight all sh? pWsei T roalU'
that I ntn fighting a big pioposUiou
when I buck up acainat the national
lodge nnd cur constitution b.i thai
mattors llttlo-.to me as long as i fee!
that T am r1?ht."
TO CURc A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative nromo Quinine Tab-
lets. All druggists refund the inonoy
If It falU to euro. P. V. Grove's slg-
nature la on each box. 26e.
FOUNDED "WATTS" FAMILY.
Jefferson Watts Kino of Cherokee
"Intruders" Dead at Muskogee.
Muskoges I. T. Doc. 9 Jefferson
W. Watte king of tho Intruders found
or of the town of Muldrow. I. T. aud
cxConfederute soldier died hero yes-
terday. On nooount of his long flnht
for oltltennhlit In the Cherokee nntlan.
extending over a period of thirty
years he gainud national notoriety
lie became the champion of the in-
truders who banded together to se-
en re allotments in Uie Cherokue na-
tion although most of them were
white uion aid bad little or no right
to cltlietulilp. lie thus Incurred the
hatred of the Chorokee and the warm
friendship of a large number of nou-
dtisens. Mr. Watts organised the "intiudere"
association of whloh be was presl
stoat A small membership fee waa
oharged and he et about to establish
the c'alm of members to allotraenu.
Mtmy of tbes claimants had no trace
of Indian blood in their veins but the
association gathered volumes of evl
dance aud praontel It to the D&wes
oomii.lssleu to establish the claims.
Watts' following reached 1000 pco
pie and was tewed the "Watts" fan
tly. The question nt whether or not
they were entitled to rights Mine up-j
in the Che-okoe oourta and was bit.
terly fougbl for years In 1SS8 tha
rase was finally decided against the
association by Judge W. M. Springer
51188 E8TELLE ULANCHAHD.
"Porytmrs I Buffered from borkncho and
plnt'ing pains In tho side cauwd by kidney
trouble vhloh threatened mv life. The doc
tors mid It was lldeht's dlsiensn. My liver
wns alM aflecled. Nothing semed to rench
iny trouble. AVo had a friend who was cured
of chronlo kidney tronlilo by Warner's Safe
Cure nnd site persuadwl me to try it. At
Uw end of Uh flrt w "-k ' was greatly re-
lieved the pnim in my Imck were not to fre
(titftit or bo vere. After taking tluw lt
ties 1 una cured. TldHO(iiiTwloioutayear
ago and i lmvo ncier Imd tho sligntntt
trouble since." listnlle lllaiiclianl 1188 Col-
umbus Ave. New Urluaim Lu. April 10 11.
Fains In ImcIc. brad and sldo; rtwtlessness
nt night poor dlgnttimi female Ills. etc.aro
iinver-fnilliig signs of jtldney dlwrnso. If
you have nny of tbeeo symptoms
It's an Infallltile tet of kidney disease. If
your morning urtnp on standing 34 hours
contains a bwllmeiit U cloudy or fliotvs
floating particles ymir kidneys are seriously
diseased and mutt be treated at once.
Tliero In only ono remedy that can le tued
with nbsoluto safety and conlldnnce Wnr-
ner's Safe Cure tint ip for years nt Itoch-
ester N. Y. by tlie Wurner Safe Curo Com-
ixiuy and fnlif at all drug stores SO cents
and ft a Imttlo.
Warner's Bnfo Cure is ued by lending
phyitcians and in hospitals as the ono cor-
tain curo for nil dlwases of kidaoys liver
bladder and blood tho remedy that cures
VkhenallelM) falls and leaves no bad aftor
effects. Get n little to-day; It will save you
years of suffering. It has saved thousands
WAKNBIVS BAFR PILT-S movo tho
bowobj gently and aid a ipuedy cure.
and an aareement was made whereby
the Ohenilee nation was to pay the
Watts lainily $50 000 for the lmprove-
mento un the land to .vhich they
claimed allotment rights Thla agree-
ment was Included In the Cherokee
treaty ith the United Stales govern-
ment. Watts and his family hcweior had
pojsemlon of i.irgo tracts or valuable
lands for many yaars while the flgbt
was pending and trtade it decidedly
interesting for the Cherokee nation
and the Dawes commission. Watts
was born near Dells Depot. Madison
county Tennessee and enme lo In-
dian territory more than thirty years
ago. He fought In the civil war on the
Confederate side and rose to the rank
Otfo bbuttee bns re'urred from th
World's fair and Kl Reno Is satisfied
Prohll lib n n'M tings are a'xnit a'
Dttinro'is as rooster fights In the new
Itwton has added two tpw men to
her io4lce forte Wise step for a
U"" wi onng
Th-' Reverend Anna 8haw is about
to make her debut into Oklahoma so-
ciety oh psbaw'
Laura Robinson of Rl Reoo fainted
nnd fell on a red hot stove the other
day '.Miming heiself badly.
Jim Iiurcnn of Payne county will
plant an even hundred acres of pota-
toes on his farm next year.
The Blackwell News says "tacky"
parties are in vogue in Oklahoma.
They don't seem to Invite Bob.
The town of Letllla Is now a po on
the map Seven hundred and nineteen
lots were sold there this week.
Gamblers must hike out of Law-
ton. There will be more thnn ever Is
that town only they will keep under
An'on Ifansillon the globe trotter.
i has hit Blickwell. Bob Neff might lo
banquet the man and sing toasts of
; other days to hln-.
Frank AtcMastors proposed to thq
coranioflal club nt LawtOn to work
for "an open town." Prank lias good
ronsonB for nil that be ilres.
Look txt tho advertisement lest week in the Stsvte Capital wherein x Spoolal Doll
Sale of 150 Doztni. a. 1800 Polls of finost quality were to bo sold In TWO 04K.S and tho truth
is THAT firm deliberately LIED to their patrons. How long will you stand that
t would not be UNDERSOLD said BolIowed with o. SPECIAL SALE-a boni
fide one a.nd I now announce that those
then offered on Dolls over 50c in value will be maintained. The
competitor (?) referred to had only a mere remnant of left-overs
with possibly a few dozen new dolls to brighten the lot up.
Your Temple of .Economy has reached a place far above
all Competition and will maintain that position.
GEO. H. KING
Willie Jonev was shot and fatally
wounded by I-aul Wilson uwir Cache
the other day Plavfulness with an
empty gun did the work Both are
bovs about sixteen years of age.
The annual meeting of the Kind.-
well Inter Slate Fair association wi
held this week Nothing Important j
rlfl-IA tiv.aut 1f lamtn n nuihwI fnr All)!
. .-.. ....i .. .... .. .i.ju (Ui ......
to oe present at tue nest meeting
A young lady at Lawton only seven-
teen years old wrote her own peiml'
lo socute license to be married and
presented It to the probate bulge as
her parent consent. Now the pa-
rent are looking daggers nt the Judge.
equally cha-mlng off the platform and
has won many ndhorents. The Den-
Woman as an after breakfast orator
was the crowning success of tho Pan-
Itary club nt its first symposium yes-
terday. "Man" was the toast to
which Pr. Shaw waa invited to re
spond and she bowed acquiescence
with a quiet smllo that placed hyi
audience at once on mental tiptoe.
They remained so during her entire
discourse and then well Dr. Shaw
vas undoubtedly encored. Evening
A largo audlonco gathered at the
college chapel Monday night to hear
Rev. Anna II. Shaw's addro3v on Th
Fntc of Republics." Sho Is an elo-
quent forcible speaker; her hearors-
wore entertained nnd Interested njid
I thoroughly enjoyed tho richly hum
orous passages in her address. The
Nowh Oberlln Ohio.
Space Making Sale of
A Ktiro sign of approaching rovclt
nnd sorlona trouble hi your syHtem is
nervousness sleeplessness or stomach
upeotc. Flectrlc Bitters will quickly
dismember ihe trouhlesoine causes. It
novor fnlls to tono the stpmach regu.
lato ijio P.ldnoys and Bcwols stloiu-
late the Liver nnd clartry tho blood.
Run down systems benefit particular-
ly and all the usual attending aches
vanish under llr searching and thor-
ough effectiveness. Electric Bitters Is
only 50 and that Is rotumed If It
don't give perfect satisfaction. Guar-
anteed by all druggists
An Atchison girl has been sent to
all the surrounCIng towns and to tha
big eastern Cities taking a trunk full
of new clothes with her every time
and hasn't found Him.
NORTHWESTERN CAR SHORTAGE.
5.000000 Bushels of Wheat Yot to Be
Chicago lll I'eo. 9. The car situ-
ation In the far northwest Is report hI
to be much more serious than hns been
generally liellevtd in the central west.
Oregon shlnpwa tinder ocntrac to de-
liver wheat to f.lBts In Interior states
are exerting their Influence to get.
more ndeqfiste service from the car-
rying companies. It Is estimated thai
Oregon Idaho nnd Washington stlt
have S.OOe.ono bushels of wheat ooa-
tracted fer delivary. Shippers In those
states are reluctant to take netual
orders for shipments to the far east.
A Frightened Hcrec.
Running like mad down the street
dumping the occupants or a hundred
other ncl-lenta. are ovory day occurrence-?
it bohocves everybody to
have a rellablo Salve handy and
there's none as noods Bucklen's Ar-
nica Sahe Burns Cuts Sotoe Ec
zema and Pile? disappear quickly utftl-
er lt3 soothing offect. 2Cc at all drug
HAS WIDESPREAD REPUTATION.
You want a medicine the doctors approve J
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is not tt simple cough syrup. It is a j
strong mcuicinc a uocior s rneaicine. it cures nara cases
1 .. i
i and desperate cases chronic cases of asthma pleurisy
fiitis"c6risu"rriptlon. Ask your doctor about this. i&iiVtiZ:
Rev. Anna Shaw Will Lecture Her
That the Reverend Aiaia Shaw has
won a widespread reputation as a
lecturer is not to be questioned. Tc-
nltnt she will deliver one of her typi-
cal lectures at the First Christian
The Women s club had a veritable
treat yesterday afternoon lu the loc-
ture delivered by tbe Rev. Anna Shaw
of Philadelphia. Ttte conference roera
of the First church was literally pack-
ed with members of the club and thir
friends. 8be is a most charming wo-
man to look upon Uiorougblv "va
uaaly" in dress and manners and
stir to attract one at flr-t sight With
J ou notes and in a dn-p. pleasant
voice she spoke for nearlv an hour on
"The New Ala."-.Wnterbury (C&nn.)
Logical in ber deduouons magnetic
in her .leBverv and forceful in her
language. Miss 3baw draw her bow
lac-rose the heart strings of her haor-
ore win responded to her magic toueh
In unison for the nonce at leapt; In
favor of the cause which sho rejire
Rev. Anna Shaw appeared before
two large audlecees in ths city yes-
terday and established a re; ttatln
as a profound and original ihiaser
acd an eloquent. uTacoful -.p.'uker.-1-onlsvllte
(Ky I Cnmmereial
Dr. Jibaw is an 'nqp m sitsaker.
and chamB ber audience everywkeie
y ber brilliant mental altalnmeoia
and ieri.ial magnet ijm She is
We Must Havo the Room for next year's stock
which has already Begun to Arrive. To make Room
for this we are going to have th;t
at which time we will place on sale 5ooo JRolls of
wall paper that we will sell at exactly
ONE HALF THE REGULAR PRICE.
Tills will. not be a sale of a lot of rubbish but will in-
clude a good assortment of Our Bdst Selling Patterns and
the price we will put on them Will Make All op Them
This is not a Oatch Sale but a bona fide 50 per cent
Clearance Sain If you have been fooled on Closing- Out
Sales Clearance Sales etc come in and let us show you that
a Clearance Sale at this store means a Clearance Sale'
ThinK This O-Oer-
i A 20c Pattern tor 10c
A 25c Pattern for 12 l-2c
A 85c Pattern for 17 l-2c
A 50c Pattern for 25c
A 70c Pattern for 35c
TWO ROOMS PAPERED FOR THE PRICE OF ONE
If you intend to paper lr the nest six months it will pay you to buy the j-aper
now and keep it uutil you need it.
This SeJe Will Not Last Always But Will Begin
Monday Morning December 12th
and Closing Sokturdeiy evening Decemoer 17
We also wish to state that ve do all kinds of Painting Paper Hanging etc.
We have a new and complete line of Pictures and Picture Moulding.
We carry Room Moulding Window Glass. Paints Oils gad Varnishes of the beat
standard makes. Terms during this sale will be Strictly Cash for incidentally we
need the money.
all Paper & Paint Co.
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