Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 14, Ed. 1, Friday, June 15, 1900 Page: 3 of 8
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ItIB LEADER. GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA
ltKAIP.STATlS UENTALS ETO.
Notary Public and
J)R. C. S. PETTY
DISEASES OF EAR NOSE
All calls to country answered promptly
Onlce and residence' cor. Oklahoma
First streets Guttit le Phone lift.
L. J. Uiatt M. D. Res. 503 E. Noble.
W. P. Uakeh M. D. Res. 410 E. Noble.
JJIATT & BAKER'"
Office opp.iWheeler's Drug Store.
Dr. Jas. Clark.
SPECIALTIES: Surgloal Operations and
Diseases of Women.
Will go anywhere in the territory in con-
sultation or to perform operations!
110 E. Okla. Ave.
Guthrie O. Tt
V Dns. MINGUS & M'CLUNG
Graduates from Still's School KIrksvllle
We treat successfully nearly all chronic
and acute cases. Investigate our claims.
Oflice Rooms 5 and 0 nnmnnra
"Weinberger lildg. Ok. Ave. rU 1 HKIJii
"Y H. SNYDER
J)ALE & BIERER
ANDERSON BUILDING OKLAHOMA AVE
S. S. LAWRENCE. A. H. HUSTON
Lawrence & huston
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Practice in all the Courts
Office in Sjhnell Building Okla. Ave
J. H. BENNETT
Plans and Specification
furnished on application
Is as important to a Business
House as a good credit.
Will print you on short notico at
CARDS OF ALL KINDS
Blank Books and
SUES FOK $0000.
Mrs. AilaniH Asks Damage f thu Missouri
& Kansati Telephone! Co
Mrs. Polly Adams through her at-
torneys Jones & Kerns fllod a dam-
age suit in the district court yester-
day against the Missouri & Kansas
Telephone Co. She asks for SO 000 for
personal damages and injuries sus-
tained in a runaway in West Guthrie
on May 20. While the company work-
men wore stringing wires tho team
she was driving with her1 son became
frightened at the wire in the street
and ran away throwing her out of the
buggy and injuring bpr brain and
spine tho Bhock resulting in paraly-
sis. The accident occurred near' the
corner of Sixth street and Noble jave-
nue. Mrs. Adams is fifty years of-age.
is the time- when n mother should he her
dauijhter's best friend. Start a girl right
and she will be happy.
is the best medicine a mothcrcanbuyfor
her daughter at this critical period. It
helps nature to perform its duties and
saves many anxious moments for mother
and many unhappy heirs for daughter.
GIVEN UP AS HOPELESS.
J. R. GILLILfi.ND Moore's Bridge. Aln.
writes: I sold G. P. P. to a young
lady customer on the "no cure no pay"
plan and one bottle entirely restored
her health. Our physician had given
her up as hopeless."
Write to tho MIMES' 1IK.U.TH CLVII care L. Gorn-
tla & Co. Chtittnnoogn Term. for free advice con-cei-nlna
your trouble anil thu now book "Healthy
Mother Make Happy Home." Sent free.
Preferred .Candidates for Yice
I jm.ADELPJIIA JUNE 14. W.th all
tho vii'k urellminary to tho entertain-
ment of the national republican conven-
tion and Its attendant throngs practically
pccmnl'thed Phlladephla Is now con-
tentedly v waiting her visitors. From the
b't; crimntion hall down to tho smaller.
detail 'hose charged with the responsi-
bility feel that they have the sltautlpa
wo'.I !n hand and the completeness of
tho i reparations seems to justify tho be-
lief. A.i et however the hosp'tallty of
the city Is by no means taxed. There
ha bteu ery few arrivals today and tho
looby crowds at the hotels are compose!
pr'ncipally of those persons Interested
in this cor tests with which the national
comm'ttpo Is wrostllnp on the breezy
tomb floor of tho Hotel Walton.
Tne fakirs with badges buttons and
souvenirs made their appearance In
are l"i;!r ning 'to apear sporadically. The
groat mass of delegate are not expected
to crrlvc until Saturdny and Sunday.
The 7in.pt Interesting event In the na-
tl. nal committee today was the seating of
tho Warmnuth delegates from Louisiana
aftor a very .p!rlted contest occupying
nearly all day. This Is an overthrow for
tho ffdornl officeholders of Lou'slana ten
o whom were on the delegation headed
by Vlr I er!y the collector of the port of
New Orloans. Although Wlmberly Is a
memler tf the national committee a;n.'
riadi the : rongest possible presentation
if the oue the committee declared In
favor of his opponent.
Senator Hanna has been very seldom In
tho committee room and apparently
avoiding: taking part In the deliberations
of ih- committee.
Mr i'espenden of Vermont .presided
over the fommlttee all day even during
the bk'f periods when Senator Hanna was
As to the vice presidency members of
the committee and other leading repub-
licans here seem to bo still at sea. Nearly
every prominent republ'can who says
anything about It remarks that tho "field
Is still open and tho best man wl 1 win"
which Is taken ito Indicate that no one
has been accepted by those who are man-
aging tho affairs of the party. The avowed
candidates are "Lieut. Gov. "Woodruff who
has friends on the ground hustl'nc for
him. Secretary Long who was launched
today as a full fledged candidate by the
general distribution of his picture on but-
tons labeled TFor vice president John D.
Long" and Representative Dol'lver of
Iowa whoso friends are urging him be-
caue of his reputat'on as nn orator and
also for ceograph'.cal reasons. Accord-
ing to the present outlook besides the
three named there will be votes oast
for a number of favorite sons though
probably in many Instances It will be
purely a complimentary vote. Among
these are Senator Fairbanks of Indiana;
ex-Penator Washburn of Minnesota; Gov.
Scofleld of Wisconsin; Judge Bartlett
Tripp of South Dakota and Col. Jay L
Torrey of Wyoming while the Held Is
open for any others who may be entered
for the race.
Extensive preparations are making for
the entertainment of tho visitors. Each
republican club In tlie city Is looking af-
tor the welfare of one or more of the
vlsltirg clubs and nothing in being left
undore to make the stay of the conven-
tion wests a pleasant one. Banquets have
been planned .excurs'ons will be given to
points on the Delaware river and smok-
ers without number are on tho program.
David C. Owen of Milwaukee who has
teen selected by sergeant-at-arms Win-
well to take charge of tho minor officials
of the convention today announced the
names of the assistant chief ushers.
There arc about sixty of these officials
and thej come from nearly every state
In the ut'lon.
BERLIN JUNE 14. United States Am-
bassador White and Mrs. White gave a
large dinner this evening In honor of
Presldont Daniel C. Gllman of Johns
Hopkins university. Among those pre-
sent were Professors Frooman. Emerton
and Hammond and Professors Von Berg-
man Von Richtofton. Von Halle Ols-
hausen Schlemann and John Schmidt
and Herr Hammaoher the national lib-
Part of U . as fur as Olhor
Countries are Coneeniul
NEW YORK JUNE H. Judge Wil lam
K. Townsend In the Unltod Statt-s dls
trlct court of tho Mmfahorn district today
handed down an opinion in the enso of
John 11. Goetz & Co. versus the United
tatex in which he declared the treaty of
Paris valid and that tho status of Un-
people of Porto Rico Is that of Inhabi-
tant of a foreign country as regards the
constitution of tho United States and
within tho meaning of the tariff acta.
Judge Towneeml held that Porto Rico is
part of the United States so far as othor-i
countries are concerned but no far aH the-
constitution of this country Is concerned
is a foreign country and that tho Uni ted
States can govern It without subjecting It
to the burden of national taxation antt
thai .the status of tho inhabitants will re-
main unchanged until congress shall de-
Tho decision of Judge Townsend aff rms
tho decision of the board of general ap-
praisers asesslng a duty of thirty-live
cent per pnound on 100 bales of leaf or
The Importers protested clalm'n? that
the merchandise was not subject to duty
because Porto Rico was not n foreign
country and because therefore the Im-
position of duties on goods brought fr m
a place within tho territory of the Ui.lt-
ed States Into a port of the- United
States Is not lawful and valid under the
ST LOUIS June 14. A decision o
importance was handed down to lav
by Circuit Court Judge Thayer In tho
case of the American School of "Mag-
netic Healing S. A. Weltmer and J. H.
Kelley complainants vs. J. M. Mc
Annuity postmaster of Nevada Mo.
The opinion holds that the direct oil
of the postmaster general to withheld
mail sent to complainants and "etUin
it to the senders marked "fraudulent"
is legal. An injunction restraining Mc-
Annuity from obeying the order was
The postmaster general In pura-i-ance
of an act of congress directed
McAnnulty to send all letters address-
ed to the complainants back to the
senders and mark "fraudulent" uppn
them or transmit them to the dead
letter office at Washington. This order
contained a finding to the effect that
the American School of MarnMe
Healing with its president and secre-
tary were engaged in a scheme to ob-
tain money through the mails by tbe
means of fraudulent representation. A
bill of complaint was thereupon filed
by teh complainants to obtain an in-
junction restraining McAnnulty from
carrying out this order.
I Would Not Suffer bo Again for Fifty
Timed Jta Price
I awoke last night with severe pains
in my stomach i.never felt so badly
in all my life. When I came down to
work this morning I felt so weak I
could hardly work. I went to Miller
& McCurdy's drug store and they rec-
ommended Chamberlain's Colic Chol-
era and Dial rhoea Remedy. It work-
ed like magic and one dose fixed me
all right. It certainly is the finest
thing I ever used for stomach trouble.
L shall not be without it in my home
hereafter for I should rot care to en-
dure the sufferings of last nitrht again
fo fifty times its price. G. H. Wilsox
Liveryman Rurgettstown. Washing-
ton county Pa. This remedy is for
sale by C. R. Renfro.
SAN FRANCISCO JUNE 14 -The bar
Roderick Dhu formerly Hawaiian sail-
ed from this port to HIlo Hawaiian Is-
lands today under the American flag.
Sho Is tho first vessel to change her flag
since the annexation of the Islands.
WASHINGTON June 14. Johi F.
Baker of New York has been select-
ed as secretary of the Chilean claims
When the excretory organs fail to carry off the waste material from the system there is an abnor-
mal accumulation of effete matter which poisons and clogs the blood and it becomes sour and acid.
This poison is carried through the general circulation to all parts of the body and upon reachi.i
the skin surface there is a redness and eruption and by certain peculiarities we recognize Eczema
Tetter Acne Salt Rheum Psoriasis Erysipelas and many other skin troubles more or less severe.
While the skin is the seat of irritation the real disease is in the blood. Medicated lotions and
powders may allay the itching and burning but never cure no matter how long and faithfully
conimueu ana tne couuition is otten aggravated and slciu permanently injured by their use. .
The disease Is more than shin deep; the entire circulation Is poisoned.
The many preparations of arsenic mercury potashtc not only do not cure skin diseases but soon ruin the digestion
and break down the constitution.
S. S. S. nature's own remedy made of roots herbs and barks of great purifying aud tonical properties quickly and
effectually cures blood and skin troubles because it goes direct to the root of the disease and stimulates and restores normal
healthy action to the different organs cleanses and enriches the blood and thus-relieves the system of all poisonous secretions.
S. S S. cures permanently because it leaves none of the original poison to referment in the blood and cause a fresh attack.
Skin Diseases will be sent free upon application. THE SWIFT
LY . 1 V 1
eS THE SYSTEM
BUY THE GENUINE -MAN'F'D BY
. f RAV-.
FOR SALE BY AH DRUGGISTS. PRICE 50c. PER BOTTLE
COW HOYS T0UKNA.MENT.
OKLAHOMA CTY June 1-1. iSpec-
itl.) The following letter has ben
mailed to cowboys all over Oklahoma
and the Indian territory:
Dear Sir. We have a cowboy rop-
ing contest or 'tournament with brocho
racing riding wild horses etc. at Ok-
lahoma City July 1 2 3 and 4 for the
entertainment of Teddy Ttooseve't and
th Rough Riders. We expect to make
this the leading feature of the enter-
tainment and will offer cash prem-
iums that will justify all good cow-
men to compete for the premiums.
The premiums will be as follow v
$125 for the quickest tie (with two
$755 for 'the second quickest tie (with
$50 for the third quickest tie (with
$25 for a horse that cannot bo r'd-
den one-half mile.
$25 for the man that can ride the
horse for half a mile.
$25 best "kokepoke" rider one -holt
$25 for slowest mule one mile dash.
If you will accept this offar and
promise to come we will put your
name on the register and each rider
will know who he has to ride against.
We will also make arrangements with
the railroads for the shipment of your
horse and equipments here and rptirn
to your station and furnish a place
for food and care of them while with
Please answer on enclosed carl so
I may know what to depend on. Would
like to have you here atl east by Sun-
day as I will arrange to have a
through car for horses on that d.
Manager Cowboys Tournament fo
It. R. Tt. R. Association.
:io-To-lJac rcr TIty On-.-
uuaruniiied tobacco baiiit cure makes nt
er s:ron. blrci cire W)c ?1 All druivis'
WASHINGTON June 14. Commis-
sioner General Powderly of the oureau
of immigration today ordered the de-
portation of 31 Jananese from Pjrt
Townsend Wash. where the had
landed in violation of the Iram'gra-
Healthy blood is necessary to preserve that clear smooth skin and beautiful com-
plexion so much desired by all. S. S'. S. can be relied upon with certainty to keep
the blood in perfect order. It has been curing blood aud skin diseases for half a cen
tury ; no other medicine can show such a record.
S. S. S. contains no poisonous minerals is purely vegetable and harmlei
Our medical department is in charge of physicians of large experience in treating
blopd and skin diseases who will take pleasure in aiding by their advice and direction all
who desire it. Write fully and freely about your case ; your letters are held in strictest
confidence. We make no charee whatever for this service. Our book on Blood and
After being woke up for the thirty-
ninth time tho editor of the Blackwell
Spoon got up at 2 o'clock the other
morning and wrote this: "Ueforo a cat
d es he sits on the back fence and
howls from 11:30 p. m. to 7:30 a. in.
and after ho dies he is made into fiddle
strings for some galoot to saw on from
7;30 a. in. to 11:30 p. m."
The Grcer-Eckert fight in Cowley
county. Kansas bas reached that in-
teresting stage where deceased aunts
havo been brought into the contro-
versy. The Greer faction charges
Eckert with robbing his auntof money
to buy a newspaper to which Eckert
replies that he hasn't had an aunt for
over a quarter of a century.
(reek Tribune There is a fellow up
in Wichita Kan. who ought to have
beta sent to the pen for life. He is
guilty of forging checks on the editor
of the Wichita Eaglo and cashing
them. If an editor gets far enough
alidad to have his checks honored at
the bank he should be let alone.
Day county has the distinction of be-
ing the first in Oklahoma to file a
statement of the tax assessment for
11)00 ah fixed by its county board of
equalization. It was filed with Audi-
tor S N. Hopkins and shows an in-
crease in taxable property of 1400 -000
over last year.
The army worm has made its ap-
pearance in great numbers in many
parts of the territory. Most of the
wheat is too hard for them to work on
but they are damaging oats consider-
ably and reports from Woods and
Grant counties state the worms are de-
vastating many fields of corn strip-
ping the ground bare of every green
Norman Transcript: The tenth trial
of a case began in the Perry courts
irst week. Tho case is a suit for a
S500 salary by Rev. S. P. Myers late
county school superintendent of Noblo
county and pastor of the Presbyterian
church of that city in tho early days
against that church. At one time ho
had the church advertised for sale
Since the passage of tho bill open-
ing the Kiowa Comanche and Apache
land for settlement interest in the
mineral deposits in the Wichita moun-
tains has been revived. It is the be-
lief among miners and prospectors
hero that the mineral land lavs ap-
plied to this country as soon as the
prssident signed the bill and claims
are being staked off by the hundreds
all throuirh the mountains. Material
has arrived by Rock Island freight for
a small smelter and actual tests of ore
will soon be made.
A test was made of the natural gas
well found on the farm of J. M. Arm-
strong three and a half miles north of
Granite Saturday and Sunday. The
well is only IS feet deep and is filled
with water from the recent rains. A
large funnel was made and placed over
the well in an inverted position. The
gos that ccaped through the end of
this tunnel was sufficient to produce a
continuous blaze twelve inches high.
A company lias been formed to sink
tho well to a greater depth. Several
Rock Island officials were present when
tho test was made and they pronounce
it petroleum gas
Tne people near Augusta O. T. are
becoming excited over the railroad
situation. It appears that the Augusta
railroad grade is proving a temptation
to several railroad companies. Tho
Choctaw Oklahoma & Gulf had a large
corps of engineers in this vicinity
during the past week tho survey com-
mencing at Geary and ending at
Kiowa passing within ono mile of
Augusta. Tbe Rook Island is survey-
ing this way from Enid and the Kan-
sas City Mexico & Orient is making
final survey from its head camp near
the Kansas line The appearances are
that the Stillwell railroad will have to
race through Oklahoma. The Stillwell
company is hiring all the men and
teams that can be secured
Observation sleepers daily between St
Louis and San Antonio adding an-
other unrivaled feature to southwest
travel via tho 'Frisco line.
Tho finest line of perfumes in the
city at Lillie's.
SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA QA
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