The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 64, Ed. 1, Monday, February 11, 1901 Page: 4 of 8
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MONDAY KKB 11 l01.
However this Is not the first lem-
Tims far Oklahoma City has not at
tempted to claim Shanoes pii-
light. a aa a am a a
In the language of the Baat the
woman behind the hatchet It making
things unpleasant for the man behind
The "Ity council ha displayed its
good sense In employing an attorney
to look after its Interests without fit At
consulting Ita political calendar.
Tho Shawnee Democrat ( ays Go
ornor Ilarnea "winks tho oilier eye
when ho says the Jeffriea-Ituhlin prize
fight must not be pulled off In Okla
The legislature after no long has
linally placed a bill In the governor's
liands. Council Dill No 16 lias passed
both houses. It relates to the fiscal
yoar for Oklahoma.
The Stillwater Gaxette has been
sorvod with a touch of prosperity. It
haa blossomed Into a dally and a
lrlsk llvoly ono at that. C. P. Neer-
man and P. G. 1'routy ure at tho holm.
B. S. Barnes who played Friday to
Delegate Flynn during tho last cam-
paign and who expected a phat office
In the Kiowa country has boon grace-
fully shelvod by Flynn. Barnes gots
no farther than tho Ponca poitofflco.
This was a neat coup on Flynn's
Estimable Amorlcan girl daughtor
of "Fnrraor Jack" Gowdy of Ilush-
vlllo Ind. who was sont to Paris by
President McKlnley as consul gen-
oral says slio has declined several
titles and longa to get back to the
malaria belt and hor own folks. What
tho Parisians said about "Jack"
Gowdy Is not reported in the Indiana
Mr. John D. Long secretary of the
navy will decolve no ono with his
false protonse of sorrow at the failure
of congress properly to recognize the
services of the men who fought and
won tho nnvnl battle of Santiago de
Cuba. Mr. John D. Long himself Ib
tli a man who is responsible for the
withholding of ouch recognition. Ills
unjust nnd dishonest attempt to take
from W. 8. Schloy tho honors of San-
tfngo and confer them upon William
T. Sampson has cnusod the whole
.trouble. If the' men of the north At-
lantic squadron are not fools and it
Is fair to assume that they are not
they know just where the responsibil-
ity lies. '
No Jeffries-Ftuhlln prize fight will be
"pulled off" in Cincinnati or any-
whore else In Ohio. Governor Nash
Jins settled that and tho fight pro-
moters might have known It from the
3rst. No prize fight of consequence
can be held In opposition to the will
of a governor. "Bush fights" like that
between Croak aiul Jackson the other
night are sometimes possible because
tho governor can not chase the fighters
all over the state hut such "scraps"
are attended by few spectators and do
not pay. Contests between top-notch-era
are rendered Impossible by guber-
natorial Inhibition. Poople will not
pay big prices and take chances of ar-
xeet oven to see champions pound
PROTECTED BILLION COMBINE.
Thoro sooms to bo no doubt thot a
deal has boon consummated by whloh
pretty muoli nil tho uteol manufacture
4ng concerns In the Unltod Staton
'roprosonting nn nggrognto capital of
nearly $1000000000 javb boqn
brought under onp control.
Somo of the consolidating cencorna
&ra giants In themselves. Tho Car-
negie company at tho head la capital
Jxod at $320000000 the Fedoral Stool
company at ' $200000000 tho Amorl-
can Steal and Vlfo company ut $00-
oqq.OOO nijd fho- Nations Bteol com
jjnuy ut r.y
These four alone hare an ttKicregate
capitalisation of $6600000(0 or an
average of $185000000 each They
arc not "infant Industrie
Thia gigantic combination nil) haw
muti power than Ita component ineni
In it have had to Stifle all competition
I imunK themselves and to take the ut
I mod adnntage of the tariff whl h ha
J I 'n made for their benefit upon th
itHiimptlon that they are feeble ereut
urea who are quite Inacpable of rarlnr
They are exporting now t th rate
of fully $180000000 worth a year of
their products and selling them In
open and free dompetltlon with all
loroers in neutral markets and In the
face of high tariff duties even In the
nimkets of competitors.
I With what Jemblanre or rretense of
r ason. then can It be aald that they
need any tariff protection whatever in
their home market Such a claim can
not be set up except upon the astnimte
turn that they must charge their own
"untrymen more than they .weoept
I'mm foreigners for the sarno goods In
mi lor to make aatisfactory fronts.
Do Americans relish being forced by
tli" Dlngley law to pay exorbitant
t in i t s in order that the people of
other lands may buy American goods
I .it low prices? It would seem that
! tin do
THE DELAWARES PROTESTING.
The Delaware Indians are protest-
ing strongly against the lease pro-
viHionx of the Cherokee treaty sought
b the coal dtnd oil men who dre en-
deavoring to obtain valuable grants
up there. When the Delawares paid
the Cherokee) ono dollar per acre for
enough land for homes for (heir peo-
ple they located about the northwest-
ern border of the nation and being
Industrious thoy have greatly pros-
pered and the old line Cherokee are
jealous and want to crawfish out of
part of their contract with the Delft-
wares jhen the oil men came along
and are endeavoring to get lenses
upon thealunble farms of the Dcln
wares and no wonder they are kick-
ing. Their agent sent to Washing-
ton to protest appenred before tho
committee and declared that the oil
and coal men ure unwarranted in-
truders aftor citing Cherokoe treaty
and law to provo his contention the
delegate said furthor:
Tho 6horokeo Gas and Oil company
has greatly damagod your petitioner
and othorB In that vicinity. It liaa al-
lowed tho oil to go to wastothoroby
damaging and ruining tho water kill-
ing many trees along the creok killing
tho grass and destroying tho rango
nnd rotting tho surface of tho soil
saturating it with oil and bait water
and making It unproductive.
"This Dolawaro trust fund was paid
out percaplta by tho Interior dopart-
nient nnd thay havo used It to mako
and buy good and substantial Improve-
ments and thoy. nbovo all others
should havo first consideration nB to
preferred rights. since in addition to
paying $1 nn aero for laud they havo
spent for Improvements oveT $1000-
000. The adoption of tho proposed
lease clause In this Chorokoo agree-
ment would soom to be most sorlous-
ly at variance with nnd dltoetly op-
posed to tho policy of tho government
and the wishes of the Indians In the
matter of allotmont of lands in sever-
alty to the Indian owner and tho alova-
tion of tho Indian t tllQ fl11' nionsuro
of citizenship for' by permitting these
leases to be mndo without consulting
the Indian owner the government
would actually bo carving cut of tho.
estate which It profbsaod U) ho giv-
ing to the Indian the part of the same
that wt often constituted by far the
greater part of Its value."
There is no way of getting around
the soundness of the Delaware rea-
soning They are Jn favor of allot-
ment to a man but they Hv&itr all that
belongs to them both above and under
Remember a fifty cent bottle
of Scott's Emulsion given in
proper quantities will Inst a
baby fifty days ; a child six or.
seven thirty days ; and a child
of ten or twelve twenty days.
It's a very economical medi
If the child is sickly without
appetite it will nourish and
bridge it over until it can take
its usual food.
For delicate .children withouV
any real disease it can be used
with splendid results.
WVU ited you a little to try If yu U.
XCOrr fi DOWNK vt rl Ui New York
THE QUTHRIE PUBLIC LIBRARY
upstairs over Finney's harness shep on
Oklahoma are. Open Wo&needays and
Saturday from 2 to ( p. n. Come j
and see the new books. -
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In all clepArUucnt
of active service
stand tu need of Uie
readiness of mind
and moniDtnaM of
action which depend on n healthy nerv
out nystent. Let a railroad man he "rat
tied" and erry hfe depending o llim
is in ftanger A great ninny mllr0A4
men have found in Dr llerce'sGohlen
Medical Discovery a valuubW tonic for
the overrtrained nervous system. It
builds up the body purifies the blood
nourishes the nerves ami induces a
healthy appetite and refreshing sleep.
" t uifim. far tx mn with cetiMiptthm and
ladlfcitttoa. ilnrluc which time t cm ploy cut m
end nhylci3. but they could not reach my
" write Mr O rtjpptcwctl of Iiurck
Sprinso. Carroll Co Ark. I felt tlMt there
nu no help for could aot retain rood on my
riomaefa had vertigo and.vroutd fall Iietuleu fo
the floor Two year ago 1 couiemd UHias
Or Merce' OohJeti Mertkal l)lorcry andf lit
lie ' Pellet' and improved from the aUttt. At
tcr ulilDR twelve bottles of the ' Dtocovtry 1
vr able to do light work and have beeti fca-
(rovtnf; ever iuce "
Send 1' one-cent stamps to pay a-
penfe of niAllliig and get Dr. Iiereei
AlcHlicnl Adviser In pajicr covers frte.
Address Dr. R. V Pierce Buffalo N. Y.
.(Sontlnuod from page 1.)
of any deceased person or as guardian
or curator of any Infant Insano per
son idiot or habitual drunkard or trus
tee for any convict In the in-nltontlnry
undor the appointment of any court of
record having Jurisdiction of thJper-
Bon or estate of such deceased parson
Infant insane ponton idiot habltunl
drunkard or convict.
Seventh. To guarantee tho fldollty
and dillguut porformnnco ofjfthulr duty
ut porsonn or corporations holding
jilnc.B of public or private truBt; to
guarantee or become aurety on any
bond given by any person or corpora
tion and to roinsurc or guarantee 'nn;.
person or corporation ngainst IobJ or
damago by reason of any risk assumed
by Insuring the fidelity or diligent per-
formance of duty of- any such person
or corporation or by guaranteeing or
becoming suroty on any bond: to juar-
antoo tho prlncipnf'or interest or both
of any securities of any kind and to
certify and guarantee titles to real
Eighth. To loan monoy upon real
estate and collateral security and exe-
cute nnd issue its notos and debent-
ures pnyabla at a future data and to
plodgo its mortgages on real ostate
nnd othor securities as socurity thoro-
far which notos and debentures may
be Issued to an amount not exceeding
In the aggregate ton times tho
amount paid up on the capital stock of
tho company issuing the snmo and
shall It) no case oxcood the nmoiht of
the first mortgages pledged to socuro
Ninth. To buy and sell tho bonds
nnd warrants of this territory and all
othor kinds of government stato or
municipal bonds and all kinds of no-
gotiablo and non-negotlnblo pnpor
stocks nnd othor invostmont securl
Houio Dill No. 1 10 by Vanklrk p0-
vidlng for the time and manner of
patting contract for the construction
ami erection of court houses and jnla
was recommended for passage.
Hadley Finally Gets Recognition.
House 1)111 No. 74 by Hadley whloh
was favorably recommended by the
committee of the whole will piovide
a comfortable addition to the revenues
of tho territory if It becomes a lawf
The bill provides that evory insurance
guarantee and accident company vor
association not organized undor the
laws of this torrltory shall annually
pay a territorial tax of thren per cent
upon all premiums received whether
In c&Bh or In notes on account of busi-
ness done in tho torrltory. Tho bill is
In lino with a recommendation con-
tained In Oovcrnor Barnes' mossngo
and It lu ostlmutod will produce a
revenue of about 20000 a year.
Tho following bllla wore Introduced
HouBe mil No. 202 by Rold provid-
ing for tho payment ot damages for
stock killod by railroads.
Houao 1)111 No 20 by Seely. repeals
tho seotlon ot tho statutes authorizing
courts to appoint attorneys to defond
In criminal casQs.
Houso 1)111 No. '204 by Comp an
act to add certain lands to sohool
district No. 12 for certain purposes
Tho rlqh the poor the old arid
young man nnd Vvlfe awochearl and
lover will find o.viyUiJng to applaud?
lngh at and nppreojato In MA Ilroozy
12C1ol!l2lit.P.a 206 W.
IRA N. TERRILL DEAD.
Passed Away at Lansing Penitentiary
The Stillwater Gazette says: t.
C Rice who landed on a clulm near
Porklns as soon na he dared to was
In the city yesterday to sign a bond
for Guardian Rylo. He remarked that
the only relief ho has had from bolng
a bondsman since he camo to Okla-
homa was at the expiration ot Shorlff
Annie' time in office up to yesterday.
At one time he waa on Ira N. Terrill's
bond for $1600. lie says Ira died a
lunatic at the Kansas penitentiary
about four months ago. It will be re-
membered ymt Ira was serving n sen
tence for the murder of John Embrea j
at Guthrie. Terrill waa the Populist
member of tho First Ioglsmtlve bos-1
sion for this county nnd worked hard
for tho location ot tho A and M. col-
logo at this placo.
A NEW DEPARTURE.
A New Effectual and Convenient Cure
Of catarrh remedies thoro is no end
but of catarrh euros thoro has always
been a great scarcity. Thoro aro
many remedies to feibvo but vory
tow thafciroalircure. v
Tho old practice ot snuffing salt
water through tho noso would ofton
roltovo and tho washeB douches pow-
ders and enhalors in common use are
vory llttlo If any better than the old-
fashioned salt water doucho.
Tho vtso of inhalers and tho applica-
tion of salves washes and powders to
Uie noso and throat to cure catarrh is
no moro roasonablo than to rub tho
bnck to cure kldnoy disease. Catarrh
is Just as much a blood disease ag
kidney trouble or rheumatism and it
enn not be cured by local treatment
any more than they can Le.
To cure catarrh whother In the
hond throat or stomach an Internal
antisoptlc treatment Is nocossary to
drivo the catarrhal poison out of tho
blood and syetom and the now
catarrh euro la designed on this plan
and tho remnrkablo success of Stuart's
Catarrh Tablets Is because being
usod Internally It drives out catarrhal
Infection through acUon upon stom-
ach liver and bowels.
Wm. Zimmerman of St. Joseph re-
lates an experience with catarrh which
la of value to millions of catarrh suf-
ferers everywhere. He sayc: "I neg-
lected a slight nasal catarrh until It
gradually extended to my throat nnd
bronchial tubes and finally even my
stomach and liver became affected
but as I was able tr keep up and do a
day's work I let It run along unUl my
homing began to fall me and then I
realized that I must get rid of catarrh
or lose my position as I was clerk and
my hearing was absolutely necessary.
Some of my friends recommended
an Inhaler another a cntnrrh salve
but they woro no good in my case
nor was unything else until 1 hoard of
Stuart's Catarrh Tablets and bought
a packago at my drug otoro. Thoy
bfinefitted mo from tho start and In
less than four months I was complete-
ly curod ot catarrh although I had Buf-
fered nearly all my life from It.
They aro pleasant to tnko and eo
much more convonlont to use than
other catarrhs remedies that I feel I
can not say Jpough in favor of Stuart's
A llttlo txiolc on cause and cure ot
catarrh will bo mailed froo by address-
ing P. A. Stuart Co. Marshall. Mich.
and the tablets are sold by all drug-
gists lu the Unltod States and Canada.
There 1b laughter for tho laughable
music for tho musical and much to
commend and patronize In the per
formance ot "A Breezy Time."
Your Drugs Paints
Wall Paper from-vV
(Oklahoma City Oklaboman.)
An Oklahoma City man who has
lieen In Guthrie lately glvea It as his
honest opinion that Guthrie did not
pad her census. In view of hor large
negro papulation he statos that ho is
prepared to believe anything that is
said about hor population.
right's DiscafSr Is no respector of
persons; It attacks men and women
the strong and robust the rich and
poor U10 active body nnd brftln work-
ers tho fathers of families the bread
winner In overy aphero of life; seom-
Ing to chooHo for Its victims those
only who can least bo sparod. Smith's
Sure Kldnoy Curo is tho only guaran-
teed romody for Drlght's DlBoaso.
Your monoy back it It foils to curo.
Price. 50 cents. For sale by
LEADER CLASSIFIED WANTS
(Locals in this column aro charged
for at the rtto of 5 cents per lino sir
words for fh'st insertion and 3 cents
for each insertion thcroafter.)
WANTED Boaid by a young lady in
a private family without children. Ad-
dress E. B. Leader office.
WANTED To hoar from J. M. Pugh.
Important. Addross "Glass" - care
WANTED Rustling young man can
mako ?C0 n. month nnd expenses. Per-
manent position; oxperlenco unneces-
sary. Writo quick for particulars.
Clerk & Co. 4th and Locust streets
LOSTA bunch of letters In envelope
bearing namo E. C. Tuckor. Roward
to finder. Addross caro Loador offlco.
WANTED Party with somo cash to
invest with services as stato manngor
for tho American Multiplex Talking
Machine Company for tho Introduc-
tion of a now phonograph having
elovon tabids; coin controlled nnd
porfectly nutomntlo. Address Ameri-
can Multlplox Talking Machlno Com-
pany Washington D. 0.
WANTED To buy for lnveetmont an
8-room house and two to four lots.
Adtlrese "K" caro Loador.
(First published In Dolly Leader Pel.
Cave Number 2483
In the District Court of Logan Coun
ty Oklnhomn Territory.
William H. Long. Plaintiff
Daisy Long. Defendant.
The said defendant Daisy Long h
hereby notlflod that she has been
sued by tho said plaintiff William II
Long and that he has filed his peti
tion against her in the District Court
of Logan County Oklahoma Territory
and that she must answer the said
petition of the plaintiff in the said
court on or before the 25th day of
March 1901 or the said petition will
bo taken as true and judgment will b
rendered In favor of said plaintiff and
against said defondant in said cause
granting tho plaintiff nn nbsoluto dl
vorco from tho defondant and dls
solving tho bonds- of matrimony exist
ing botweon snld plaintiff nnd sold
Cotteral &. Hornor
Attorneys for Plaintiff
Attost M. C. Hart
Clork District Court Logan County
By T. A. Noal Deputy.
In most meat markets Is sold two
kinds of meat: Good and not so good
Wo are not like most moat dealprs. Wo
sell only tho best. Wo do not have
room for any Inferior qualities. Since
moving Into our now brick room our
t-udo hns doubled and our facilities
rre Increat . four fold.
Klondike Market 'i
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