The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 92, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 13, 1901 Page: 6 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKI AHOMA. WEDNESDAY MARCH 13 1901.
Secretary of the Interior j
to Examine Accounts I
Bcrlpps-McKao 1'rees Ass'n.
Washington D. C March 12 The
Indian appropriation btti for t)ie fiscal
year i ommenrlnK June ). 1W1. contains
Hurrr impropriations for the Indian na-
tmnK end tribal located In Oklahoma and
Indian Ter-llorlpH In addition to the ap
rrofHatlon a nimihef of Important
nme.idmentji were in corponued in the
bill CBUiblfshltie hew laws Mr town siting
in Indian Territory. IlinlLltifr the power
ot the tribal councils and providing tor
the payment of olillKnti'- of the Osage
nation In Oklahoma Tvrrtidry tr the li-
censed tradora and establishing free trade
thiro Sfter Juno Mth. The territorial an-
proorintlons. together with the amend-
ments to the appropriation Mil 'making-
changes In exlstltur laws relating to the
tribes are herewith Blvcn In full.
Current and Contingent Expense.
For pay of the following- Indian agents.
At the Uhoychue and Arapahoe agency.
At the Klowa nency. Oklahoma Jl.900
At the Osatjo agency Oklahoma. Jl.800.
At the Pottawatomie and Croat Ncma-
Jin agency kniuMa l50a.
At tho I'onesi Pawnee Otoe and Oak-
land oscnoy Oklahoma H.500.
At the Sac and fox ajrenoy. Oklahoma.
At tho Union HGency. Indian Territory.
I Fulfilling Treaty Stipulations With
'and .Support of Indian Tribes.
To carry out agreement Apache. to-
Was and Comapchcs H.COO.PW.
ror permanent annuity In good. 13000
For permanent annuity W.0ML
ror permanent annuity for support of
light horsemen iCOO
For permanent annuity for support of
For permanent annuity for education.
ior permanent annuity for Iron
For Inlereat on tm&IOZ r.5l!W.
ror permanent annuity In
For pennanent annuity In money. $S00J.
For permanent annuity In money J .
For permanent annuity for blaoksmlth
and assistant and r rihops and tools.
For permanent atiUItj ror Iron and
steel for shop WO.
For permanent annuity for pay of
For five per
per cent Interest on 1300000
For lntcrvat In $7?.16S at five per cent.
Klckapoos and Kansas.
For Interest on $0051 at five per cent.
For interest on $09120. at nvo per coht
The seoretary of tho interior la author
ised to oxamlno the accounts of the
Indian traders wltH the Osage Indians
and to determine the aumn eultably due
to such tmderx from the Indians and to
adjust their accounts upon the baal of a
fair profit upon the goods which have
Uten sold by the trader to the Indians
and when the amount due shall have
ben determined ami adjusted the sec-
Mtary of the 'nlerlur is authorized to
ivny. by a disbursing offloer selected by
the terctry for that purpose to the
Indians per capita the amount which has
Tieen wUcted as rent for pasture lands
and aay accumulated interest on other
than their regular annuities which lias
not been heretofore paid to thum Provid-
ed. That when It shall apjar to such dis-
bursing offloer that any Indian either as
an Individual or as the head of a family
! indebted to p trode or traders at such
eceno as (he stune shall have lnn de-
termined and adtwteU In an amount
eb.ua) to or exceeding sold per capita pay-
ment suth dlshuming offloer should pjj
the percaplta share to mtld Indian as
an Individual or heal of n family to such
trader or traders In dlschroge of or to
be applied upon nvicIi liideUtffllUWS to such
trader or trod era. If suflli Indian an an
individual or ietd ot a family fcliall be
indebted to more than one of such trad-
ers sjcIi payment of his pereaplta share
shall be paid to the traders it jn-ppflrUon
tp the amount of the aspeatlve sums
due them as delbrmtned and adjusted. If
the per cnpltu share of any such Indian
as an individual or head of a family sliall
euieeed his Indebtedness to such family
e or trader of th aHMini due ami
tfte baMNM jut lMlbtHfl.iU pii'yrrfent
elm 1 1 be nutty iff iuUO ludUi). Auil.liro-
vidul ftirtheri That It r(mll he unlaw-
ful hereafter for'thv traders upon the
ivsage Indian leseryatlon to' kIvo orwljlt.
to any Individual Indian or lveoft of furn-
II v to nn amount greater than sixty per;
which such Individual Indian head of
famll) upon ouch reservation ln excss
ot the amount herein allowed no por-
tion of the Indebtedness thus created
shall be collectable and the same shall
Ih- void ami the licenses ot micli traders
shall be I evoked.
Should the amount of the per capita
payment authorized and directed be Insuf-
Uclent to fully utneel and discharge the
debts found to be due from such Indians
to such traders as provided the secre-
tary of the Interior Is authorized and di-
rected to make further par capita pig-
ments to said Indians whenever and hh
often as future pasture moneys and ac-
cumulations (If Interest other than regu-
lar annuities shall amount to the sum
of J100.0TO to he imld and applied In the
manner provided: And provided further.
That on and after July 1st 1901 any per-
son desiring to trade with the Indlnns
on the reservation shall ui-on establish- I
Ing the fact to the satisfaction of the
commissioner of Indian nffnlrs that ho
Is. it ftmtiAr nemnn tn rnimt?n In nneh traili.
be permitted to do so undursuch rules !
and regulation as the commissioner of
Indian affairs may prescribe for tho pro-
tection of tho Indians and provided fur-
ther that the secretary of the Interior
U directed to report to the next session
of congress showing the amount due by
such Indians to such traders as determin-
ed and adjusted ae provided and also any
payments that may have been made to
Bald Indians or to said trader or truer.
For perpetual annuity at least one-half
of which Is to bo paid In goods and such
articles as may be deemed necessary for
For support of two manual labor
For pay of two farmers two blaek-
smtths and two apprentices one miller
The remedies they think best suited to
the needs of their patients. When the
disease is of a nervous pjiture with head-
ache sick stomach failing appetite indi-
gestion restlessness loss of sleep and a
general run-down condition a nerve tonic
and brain food is an absolute necessity.
The best of all remedies for weak debili-
tated exhausted nerves best for the doc-
tor to prescribe and best for the patient to
take is that incomparable restorative
Dr. Miles' Nervine.
It makes the nerves strong the brain clear the appetite keen and the digestion perfect.
It rebuilds the failing strength and is an unfailing cure for nervous prostration.
Sold by all druggists on a guarantee. Dr. Miles Medical Co. Elkhart InrJ.
"Public Opinion and
in the Southwest
WE ARE ESTABLISHED
To meet the wants of those who desire to obtain a thorough practical
education in the shortest possible time consistent with tlioroughness and
for the least money possible.
MidWinter Terms Commences; January 3 1901
We pay Railroad
tions call on or
THE CAPITAL GITY BUSINESS COLLEGE
Opera House Block
OKLAUaUA CITY OKLi.
. JJtt fcure to Visit of
'When you buy piece of
Wctmore's Best Tobacco
you get your value ";; good
tobatco. The best Burley
leaf grown the purest flavor-
ing known carefully prepared
and skillfully blended. No
premiums can be offered
when the worth of the tobac-
co is all in the quality. Ask
yo'tr dealer for Wctmore's
Best. The tobacco that sells
on its merit.
iladS only by
M. C. WETMORE TOBACCO CO.
ST. LOUIS MO
t ' j
and one api -rent Ire Inn teachers one
shoemaker and one carpenter. 4M0&.
For pay of physician and pay of medi-
For purchase of Iron and steel and oth-
er necessaries for the shops $500.
Fur permanent annuity In rllver $SST.80.
For permanent annuity In silver. $173.09.
For pennanent annuity In money $716.00.
For permanent annuity lp sINor $894
For permanent annuity in specie $$.
For Interest on JKM.0IG20 $Uo3.2l
of money In lieu of tobacco. Iron and
steel $107 31.
For permanent provision for three
blacksmiths and assistants and for' Iron
and steel for ahops $I(ltfOi
For permanent provision tor fifty bar-
rels of'salt $50.
for Interest on $380001.10. $11805.21.
For eduoatlon and for UhtckftnltHund
assistants and tools Iron and steed .for
blacksmith shop $1600.
That the act of tho general council
of the Quapaw tribe "To set apart and
il ajI f sin t n nnri nlti rtnrr rf in nitntinnr Ifimla
to pay tho indebtedness of the Quup-w
natlon. passed and approved January 2.
1899 is approved. Vatlfled ad confirmed.
provided that the imids so dellcated and
.1 .i -. .
disposed of shall rat VAcucd 400 acres.
em. And such clerks shall hereafter bo
paid tho sum of $1000 ouch per annum for
all extra services In addition to their; reg-
ular Salary. '
per cent Interes
to be paid as annuity $13S0O.
For llvo por cotjt Interest on $260000
to be paid as annuity (as having Join-
ed their brethren West) $1SS00.
The Interest on $(0000 at live per cent
"My stomach was very weak and I
could scarcely eat light food or gruel. I
had a dreadful burning sensation at the
base of the brain but my worst trouble
was sleeplessness. I would roll and toss
for hours at a time and was rapidly losing
flesh and strength when my dodor advised
me to try Dr. Miles' Nervine. I did so
and steadily improved till my health was
restored." Mrs. S. Morehouse
Phoenix N. Y.
Patronage Pronounce Our Schools the Favorites
Fare. For full Particulars and
address one of our colleges before golrig elsowere i-
The Largttt Tndrpendtnt ybefory
to be paid annually for the support of the
Seminole government $1000
For subsistence and civilization of the
Apaches KlQwas. Comanohes Wichita's
ami an" ed bands who hfVe been col-
. . .ii In the reservation set apart for
their use and occupation $60000.
For the support of the Kanins Itullanij
Oklahoma Including agricultural assis-
tance and pay of employes JW0O
For tho support and civilization of the
Klekapoo Indians In Oklahoma. $8000.
For tho purchaso of farming Imple-
ments sedlng and other neeessArles for
the Moxlcan ICIcknpoo Indians known as
the "Kicking Klcknpoon" In Oklahoma
In the discretion of the secretary of the mry of the Interior of all their exindl-
Interlar $3000. Miros up to January 1st. llKJl. ami annually
For tho support of the Modoc Indians
now residing In InOInn Territory $1000.
For )rt of civilization of I'oncn
Indians .jcludlng pay of employees $18-
000: Provlded.That this amount shall bo
divided pro rata among nil the members
of the tribe In Oklahoma and In Nebras-
ka and Dakota.
For the purchase of teams farming Im-
plements seeds and other neccswry ar-
tlof fr tp l11JlmI" 5?"d "f Ab
I ftentef Shawnee Indians In Oklahoma. In
I tne. 1lsLn of lhc lury nt ho '"
J For the su
i support and civilization of Ton-
knwa Indians Oklahoma and for seeds
and agrlcu.t 'ral implements $1000.
General and Incidental Expenses.
Indian Territory For general Incident-
al expenses In the Indian service In In-
dian Territory. Including Incidental ex
penses of the Indian Inspector's office
I and for pay of employees tlS.OOO: Provld-
1 -. ... . .......1 .1... .it-
trlot court 111 Indian territory shall ac-
oount to the United States for nil fees
earned and collected by them In accord-
Division and Cleveland
nnco with sueh roles and" regulations a
the attorney general shall prescribe.
They shall nnnuily pdy over to the treas-
urer of the United Stales all such fees
collected and earned by them In excess
of the necessary expenses incurred and
peid by them tar attendance on eourt
recurtl books stationery and clerk hire
subsequent to May 11 1900 such expense
to be allowed and retained by said clerks
on accounts approved by the judge of the
court when accompanied by proper vouch
For support of too Indian pupils at the
Indian m hool at Cl.llocco. Oklahoma. $M-
SOO for pay of superintendent JtOO;
for repairs and Improvements. $5000; for
addition to school buildings. $4000; In ell
For ui4ort and edtieatlon of lt Indian
pupils at the Indian Mhnol at Genoa. Ne-
braska. $60100 for general repairs and Im-
provements J1.C00 for p f superintend-
ent $1700. In all. $52 HU
Fof support and education of stxty-ne
pupils at Indian srhool Klekapoo res-
ervation Kansas $lo0 for pay of sup-
erintendent $ construction of employ-
ees quarters $Mno. for new porch $:
in all. $14 M.
For support and education of 600 pupils
ut Haskell Institute Iwrenc. Kansas
for transportation of pupils to and from
aid school and for general repel and
miner Improvements $M$oo; for" pay ot
eiipcrtatenn'ent. S2.00O for eenstrectlon of
tmulovees' quarters $5000 for construc-
tion of domestic buildings $0000 In all
" For support and education of seventy-
five pupils. Sac and Pox reservation Iowa
$!!5S5. for pnny of superintendent tl.nort;
for general repair i and linprcn emt nts.
$00 In all. $U.1
For salaries approved March t VU. and
March 1SSB to negotiate with five
civilized tribes til the Indian Territory.
$10000: Provldd That the number or com-
missioners Is fixed at four. For expenses
pf commissioners and neeeseary expenses
of employees and threo dollars por diem
for expenses of a clerk detailed ns spec-
ial disbursing agent by the Interior de-
partment while duty with the commie-
slon shall be nalil therefrom; for cleri-
cal help Including secretary of tho com-
mission and Interpreters $9W000; for con-
tingent expenses of the commission $t000
Provided further. That this appropriation
may be used by said commlslson In tho
prosecution of all work to be done by or
under Its direction ns required by law.
and said commissioners shall at oneo
make nn Itemized statement to tne score-
' thereafter; And further provided That
i thut In the office of tno commissioner of
I Indian affairs of three clerks at the rat"
. 0f $JCOO per annum who shall be compe-
! tent to examine records In disputed cltl-
icshlp cases and law contests growing
out or the work of Bald commission and
In tlie tempororay employment In said
office of three competent stenographers
at tho rnto of $1000 each per nnum. to
be Immediately available.
To enable the secretary of the interior
to. Investigate and report to congress at
hi next session whether It Is practicable
to nrovldo a system of taxation of per
gonal property occupations irancniscs
etc.. In Indian Territory sufficient to
maintain a system of free schools to all
the children f all Indian Tenltory. $5000.
To ry all expenses incident to the sur-
vey platting and appraisement of town-
sites In the Choctaw. Chickasaw. Creek
and Cwpkee notions as required by sec-
tions 1 nnd 23 of the Curtis net and all
acta amendatory thereto or supplemental
thereof. $130000: Provided That hereafter
the secretary of tho Interior may when-
ever the chief excutlve of the Choctaw
and Chlcakusaw nations fall or refuses
to appoint u townslte commissioner for
any tpwn or .to iill any vacancy ooused
by the neglect or refusal of the town-
site commissioner appointed by the chief
executive of Said nation to qualify or act
lu his dlscretlpn appoint1 a commissioner
to 1111 the vaeancy thus created.
The rolls mode bv the commission to
the live clvllltod tribes when approved
by the secretary of the Interior shall be
final nnd the persons whose names are
found thereon shall alone constitute tho
several tribes which they represent and
the kcoretnry of the interior Is authorized
und directed to llx a time by agreement
with said tribes pr either of them foi
closing said rolls hut upon futlure or re-
fusal of suld trlbo or any of them to ugree
thereto then the secretary of the Itncrlor
shall fix a time for olostng said rolls af-
ter which no name shall bo added there-
That no act ordinance or resolution
of the Creek or Cherokee tribes except
resolutions for adjournment ahull be of
any validity until approved by the presi-
dent of the United Stntes. When such
nets ordinances or resolutions passed by
tho counoll of either of sahl tribes shhlt
be approved by the principal chief there-
of then It shall bo the duty of tho nation-
al seoretary of said tribe to forward thorn
to the president of the United States duly
certified and sealed who shall within
thirty days after their reception approve
or disapprove the same. Said acts or-
dinance cr resolutions when so approv
ed shall be published In nt least two
newspapers having a bona tide circulation
In tho trlb to he affected thereby and
when disapproved shall be returned t j the
trlbo enacting the same
Write to ua It you want Jo Joarr.
what Dr. Cnldweiro Syrup Popsln will
do or call at our store and got a trial
bottle. Ten doses 10c. .at P. B. LJUlo
Will furnish music any
place in Oklahoma on
two houra notice before
train time. Address
ftKAt FHTATK. ItKWTAtA. KTO.
Notaiiy Public and
1 Insurance Agent.
J)R. C. S. PETTY
uwee and residence' cor. Oklai
First streets. Outline Phone 115.
DALE & BIERER
ANDERSON timf.UINO OICLAHOMA AVF.
S. S. LAWRBNQB
A. U. HP8T0V
Lawrence & hustojn
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.:
PraotloQ !n all tho Courts.
Offlco In SoAnoll Building OkU.
OONSBBVATORY OP MU8IC
212-ait Oklahoma Ave.
DBPART.'IENTS OK VODAU PIANO. UAND
Wyllellarhstn Director Catalogue Free
THERE8 NOTHING SLOW
about tho horses or rehtcles sent out
from tho Orlssom
Our equipment Is thoroughly up to
We can please those who want a
horao and buggy for a quick business
trip or thoso who want a carriage for
pleasure theater or wedding.
Charges! Not nearly so high aa
they might bs
R. M. GRI8SOM.
m.h: i " All' i Hi.'ffl i
If ! h . viW
-w ' (
Selections from our choice assort'
will enable anyone to drink the boat of
tho home and foreign vintages with-
out belriK guilty of extravagance. Wo
offer a fine line of Imported and Do- yJ
mestlc WlneB at very moderate prices tjj
They aro of full rich body fino flavor
and fully aged.
Opera House IMock
Cab and Transfer
Will serve the public at the
All Trains 25c per passenger
Parties and Balls $1.00 per
Funeral Carriages $2.50 each
Baggage per piece 15c
Parties of four or more call
and get prices.
Oflice and barn 118-117 east
Calls made at all hours day
BUY THE GENUINE
VDHB ftE rif0
c ui i the next o;uartrly annuity w
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 92, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 13, 1901, newspaper, March 13, 1901; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc75070/m1/6/: accessed April 19, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.