The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 4, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 6, 1901 Page: 2 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA. THUR3DAY 4JNE 6 1901.
l'er Clillln OoiibIij.
Coltl jtjrappiiitln of what-
or form quickly cared
by lulling DUI'irs Malt.
A Ublwpoonftjl In kIm of
wtr three ttm.t a day.
A:i dragglst and erectri.
I)ernro of lmltiitlouj.
Kiowa Opening is
times until the noble animal took to
the water and iwam out to mm near
enough for I.lpe to catch hold Ilia tall
and wm taken safely to land. Assist-
ance came none too soon aa the man
was about exhausted In his struggles
to keep Afloat having swallowed a
quantity of water. It Is needless to
say that Fritz will be a favorite In
camp after this.
SPRINGER IS MERELY.
In Order to Get a Big Fee
-TIie Country Will
PUT UP THE DEP08IT.
Oklahoma Clt O. T. June C -The
deposit required of the clllaens of this
city $5300 for a now theater building
has l'n p' v In the Western Na-
tlonnl bank. The contract which was
made has been kept and the opening
performance will be on the night of
November 22. The building Is to be
four stories. The contract for the
work Is to be let by the 15th of this
CASTOR I A
For Infanta and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
B. fleers and Board of Dlreotota
at Norman Meeting.
The members of the Oklahoma
Historical society met at Norman yea'
terday and did the following business:
A board of directors was elected for
the ensuing year:
D. It. Boyd P. II. Greer L. McTCIn-
lay V. C. Welch Jasper Slpes J. W.
MfNeal. lon Whorton J. W. Lawton
A J. lions C. F. Barrett.
The following officer were elected:
Lincoln McICinlay president.
t). It. Uoyd first vice president.
Jasper Slpes second rice prostdent.
I .on Whorton secretary.
J. W. McNeal treasurer.
The society dispensed with the eloo
Darllnnton I. T June .- Oelos i
Lone Wolf nephew of Ixne Wolf re-1
turned from Washington a few days
ngo bringing a memorial prepared In i
Washington praying the president to!
"withhold the proclamation opening i Hon of a custodian and authorised the
thf Apache Kiowa and C-imaiicho rrs- executive committee to provide for a
ervntiuns until congreaH could bo ad temporary custodian until such time
vised of the wrong the Indians will an the society should act
suffer by carrying out the provls'oiis f The matter of providing quarters
of the Jerome treaty aa i stifled bv for the society was delegated to the
congress in the act of June 6 1901). 'executive committee composed of the
The emissary Helot ione Wolf president secretary and treasurer.
brought also an agrcmont for slgna- The board of directors adjourned
ture by a majority of Indians for the subject to call of the president.
employment of lawjtra In Washington ..
to work for the defeat of the reserva- HERE'S YOUR MAIL.
tlon opening. The following of lxn .
Wolf who Is a deponed chief of the I ..
trt..J .n . ..... .i.i .. Lst Letters Remaining In Guthr e
Klowas. called upon the Indian agent
GOLOBIE A HOT ONE.
and anked that the memorial and pro-
teat ho signed In h' presence.. Ah
I'fl-a-Tone chief of ti e Klow and
Apache John chief of tli Apaches de-
clined to have nnythlng to do with tlc
momoilal or the protest.
Two councils were held today by
tho ngent with tho Klowas headed bv
Big Tree. The ngent had the momor
ial and protest road to the Indians
present and explained tho provision
of the propoaod omploymont of the
Washington attorneys. He told thorn
that it gave latltudo to the lawyors
to make sure of eoUIiik big fees hut
assured no benefit to the Indians. tKve- JIM Susie
wan found that very few Indiana I'"(lon. Mrs. Emina
would -Ign the papers and the matter ' Mason Mrs. Jarmle.
Wflf set at rest. All Comanohes and """'f. Mrs. E. A
Apaihl.es returned In thel rhomes to
nlht and nearly all Klowas have done
the same The unnv- of tl-.c atti'rne-
.tp he employed Oo rot nppt.ir In the
proposed ngrt ""menl 1 . i t I Mob Lone
Wolt Is In telegraphic correspondent c
With Judge Wtliaiu M Springer or
some one who slg'ia himself by that
name. The last message is as follows-
"Telegraph receled. Don't fall to
set three-fourths to sign as soon as
-William ' Vf'r' "' " w
Uradshaw Mrs. Llllie.
Dames Mrs. F.
Merger Miss Alice
Davit. Mips Wlnnlo.
Davis Mrs. Ida.
Bills. Mr. W. Q.
Hapln Miss M. A.
Koohen. Miss I.lllle
Stephens Mrs. Harriett.
Sultna Mrs. Mike.
Tinker Mrs. V. A.
Wood Mrs. Dawn.
Walke'' Miss Annie.
Young Miss Bula.
possible Telegraph results
There is no probability that the slg- Hrown- Henry
nature can be obtained. Everything Uo'"- Charlie V.
Is quiet here. The agent not know-' c'rltIer- - c
Ing anything of the Inducement that (ana"'- J-
took Lone Wolf's party to Washing- j ouu Mao- '
ton Is not disposed to advise the In-1 1)ow K" P-
illaus to trust themselves In the hands ' I)ftvB- J- F
of pei sons who have counseled them Dlncan- Mr- Will
to ignoie him in their pretensions to
friendliness and who apparently have
no other Interest In the matter of tie
feulliiK the act of conicres than obtain
ing liberal fees without assurance that ' ''onBsltt- J- w
the Indians of his charge will be ben
Kills A. C.
' I'reese Jno.
Hollowell A. E.
SAVED BY A HORSE
I'nstmater J. C.
Pearaman B. F.
Anlma! Plunges In and Rescues His n.ynolds C. B.
Smith. J. 1. A. (2)
Shultz J. A.
the Spillan. Horace W.
The Cherokee Advocate says
aoldiera of troop A 8th United States satterK-e C. D.
cavalry stationed at Fort Gibson sw Inner R. II.
aim e warm weather set in have been shnver. C. II.
in the habit of taking their horses to Thompson. Crosier.
Qiniid ilver and practicing them In Wright Fred.
the way of swimming. Recently Pi f- Wright Carl.
rates Upe and Martin rode Into the Young C. A.
rhci wheie the current was rapid and Cards.
got about a third across when Mar-1 Frank J. I).
tin' horse plunging on the rear of Halatead Burdett.
Llpe'a animal threw the rider Into the Jordan W. F.
h.. Htnun. Martin's horse by a j James Lee
series of plunges also unhorsed his t Stoddard E. C. (2)
W. M. MoCoy P. M.
rlilir who was strut k by the animal1
who made for the bank In the mean-
time Upe. who Is not u good swlmmei ' Edward Huss a well known bust-
hampered with his heavy t lothlng. was ( ness man of Salisbury Mo. writes:
smuggling for life about :ir feet down ' "I wish ot say for the benefit of others
the ihe from Martin. The later see-
lug I it dimg'i and knowing he coul '
nor Ik 1 1 him alone swam down to-
It: if v.
that 1 was a sufferer from lmbago and
kidney trouble aud all the remedies I
took gave me no relief. I was In-
it tlie same time calling dnced to try Foley's Kidney Cure and
i the familiar name of after the use of three bottles 1 am
In had repeated but a few j cured." J. N. Wallace.
His Business Instincts Soar Above
John Oolobie is a phenomenal atock
broker. Recently he mailed this let-
ter to a Chicago firm:
"Dear Sir: Please bur me 6000
shares of Peoples' Oas a 96 centa and
sell the same at J1.16. After deduct-
ing your commission you may remit
the balance in a registered letter.
Yours very respectfully J Goloble.
P. S. My future patronage depends
upon the promptness with which you
act In executing the above order."
Convenience of Pan American
The Buffalo Business Men's Asso-
ciation have made a canvass of the
city and compiled a list of rooming
accommodations In residences room-
ing houses and hotels securing an un-
derstanding on rates which range
from 76c per night per porson to $8.60.
BreakfaBt from 26c to 60c.
There is room for all who may
come and with the system Inaugurat-
ed overcrowding excessive prices and
confusion may be avoided.
Guides mesengers telegraph tele-
phone carriages bagguge delivery and
all such service may be secured at
headquarters 216-17 Main Street.
Come directly to this address on ar-
rival and avoid confusion and annoy-
ance. R. A. Eaton Supt
What Assessor Reippo's Books Show
In the Way of Figures.
County Assessor Reippe has sub-
mitted his schedules of assessment to
the County Board of Equalisation
which Is now In session. Tills board
consists of each member of the county
commissioner board and the Probate
The total of assessment reported Is
Antelope : $103 U"8
Rear Creek 142230
Dlsmnrk township 101326
Cimarron township 230986
Crescent township 103036
Cedar township 199310
Guthrie townaliln 277.721
Iowa township 110386
Lawrle township 196223
Marshal township 218 -lo
Mulhall township 297808
Orlando township 266911)
Seward township 2381 15
8prlngdale townslp 107248
Springer township 117.310
Woodland township 176638
Spring Creek township 238966
Oak View township 106920
Iron Mount) township 210190
Rose Hill township 189920
Total county $6736256
West Guthrie 91.20Q
Guthrie Proper 840816
Capitol Hill 70942
Bast Guthrie 712.D60
Total City of Guthrie $1730463
Grand total $7476718
In the county there Is an Increase
of over $740000 In valuations since
the last assessment.
Indemnity Sohool Lands.
Governor Jenkins and Delegate
Flynn went to Auadarko today to meet
Judge W. A. Richards assistant com-
missioner ot the general land office.
They will consider matters pertaining
to the Indemnity school lands of Ok-
lahoma in the new country.
Cycling haa its ups and downs. Af-
ter the downs use Banner Salve If you
are cut or bruised. It heals the hurt
qulckley. Take no substitutes.
J. N. Wallace.
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This is one piece qm
(actual sizejof uie -
cievon picccr mailing
up the celebrated
miTvIn i!iunn nuniv
by the makers of'
jJPV jgm """1". M
Ask your dealer for
a puzzle -and if he can't
supply youwrite us j
rAVHMrTnAtfiwr. Dnumen rn
$AVE COUPONS V&;?gfc
THEY ARE VALUABLE.
The only high-grade
sold air a.
X UT I
Always the Best
when looking for the Best liquid re-
freshment to be found In the city do uot
over look the Senate Saloon situated on
the Best corner of the Best street v:1uto!
the Best liquors the Best wines the Best
beer the Best cigars and the Best and
. IvJost courteous treatment will always be
at your service.
Family srade a specialty and solicited.
Cor. Harrison Ave. and First St.
Prom now until June 8th inclusive we propose to make hot
weather goods move. If anything on earth will do it these
25c DOTTED SWISSES MARKED DOWN TO 15c
LADIES' LACE STRIPE BLACK HOSE MARKED DOWN TO 7c
36 INCH PERCALES WORTH 12'2 MARKED DOWN TO 6Jc
LADIES BELTS WORTH 35c TO 50c MARKED DOWN TO . 15c to 25c
LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS WORTH $1.26 TO $1.50 NOV 'ONLY 98c
ALL STANARD PRINTS NOW ONLY -1c
CHILDREN'S SAILOR HATS WORTH 25c NOW ONLY ; . . 10c
MEN'S STRAW HATS WORTH 26c TO 50c NOW ONLY 10c
BOY'S KNEE PANTS WORTH 26c NOW ONLY 10c
CHILDREN'S WASH SUITS CUT TO 18c
MEN'S WORK PANTS AS IOW AS 38c
MEN'S SUMMER COATS AS LOW AS 50c
CHILDREN'S TWO-PIECE SUITS FROM 68c upwards.
MEN'S WORK SHIRTS FOR 1So
MEN'S UNDERSHIRTS ONLY '. 16c
We have not room here to begin to tell you of the many bar-
gains that we are offering SO COME AND SEE FOR YOUR
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 4, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 6, 1901, newspaper, June 6, 1901; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc75137/m1/2/: accessed May 25, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.