The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 150, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 28, 1902 Page: 3 of 8
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. wR GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA WEDNESDAY MAY 28 1902.
Judge Burwell Has Big
Docket in Pottawat-
Judgo Burwoll convonod district
court today at Tecumseh. This is an
adjourned session of tho may tonn. It
is probablo that a special grand Jury
wilt bo empanelled to investigate tho
Balloy murder case which occurred
two weeks ago when William Bailey
shot and Instantly killed Kd Louman
In a field some milos from Tecurasoh.
This was supposed to have been an
The case or tho Territory vs.
Charles McKnlght Is sot for trial to-
morrow McKnlght Is charged with
tho killing of Leonanl Sims .which oc-
curred in the rear of Botts' saloon on
the night of Deeomber 28 last. At the
same time James Hufstedtor was ac-
cidentally killed by a bullet from tho
same weapon that caused Sims' death.
4j Defending McKnlght are P. O. Cassl-
!(dy & Son of this olty. Our readers
Sare acquainted with tho circumstances
(of the case. It will no douot oxclto
the Interest of all as the dofendant
i is well known here and has many
' Tho case of Louis Porlotto who will
(bo tried lor tho killing of John Has-
brough will como up on the 29th.
.Both parties are boys. They were In
i a tent wher tho killing occurred
fvhlc hwas Juat south of tho shops on
Vpril 19 last. Porletto had a pistol
n his hand and it is claimed ny mm
at the weapon was accidentally dls-
i h!rivl f bn lmllpf ctnink Hm.
1' MAn.t. ..m.4 1H1.wt 1. I . tltnlnntlir rPhftBA
ro perhaps tho only two cases of im-
ortance that will get 10 trial this
?rm Tho McKnlght case will prob-
ly consume ten days. There aro
Iyer one hundred witnesses to bo ex-
ical Happening of City and Terrl-
I tory Briefly Told.
Tlirt unnlMi Alntio nlnv xvlll 1A Mvon
uw Q-. v.oo i. ..... " O"
.light at tho opera house.
irk eBank of Claromoro has oponod
j business J. M. Bayloss Is pror.'-
IfljU and G D. Davis cashier.
hc Itc and Mrs. M. O. Billings
A n joking ovor tho arrival of a ton
Jnd boy nt their horn0.
lolonel A Z Clark bf this city was
about MOO in glass and othor
1 cs by tho hailstorm at CaBhlon
Il.nl.nr. Ti.rtrrA ftr.1 t'lnl
UUUlt- UMMfeU JW-.
I tormod tho marriago ceremony
t'Mnc Miss Sadie Porter ot this city
ormod tho marrlago
k Frank Bertech of El Paso Tox.
I ;lr io tfat once for El 1'aso.
Tnlted Statos commissioner's
has been orderod established at
K) I. T Tho commissioner at An
nas heretofore been holding
lc also at Tallhlna but unuor a
order the court recently establish-
t WJIburton will hold court at
ilna and the Antlers commission-
Ill hold court at Hugo.
merchants of Durant organized
ilng thomselvtss to pay tho royal-
I IT goods introduced Into the Indian
IJfjry. They had agrqeu to pay
Sroyalty but refused to subscribe
Boath as required of them by the
sent. The collector returned
hook and colloctod from the peo-
tho same old way .and waived
for Poolo of Durant has Just re-
I official notice trom the Interior
aont of the approyal of tho
Ement nlat mado by Surveyor
K-ald under tho direction of J.
Wright The town council win
Cke steps to open up now streets
leys In conformity to the sur
ges of Incorporation havo been
Uh Clerk Freeman of the court
fals at Bouth McAlestor as fol-
iBank of CJaremore capltallza-
M.OOO. Directors: W. F. Hays
vllen W. W. Bryan J. H. Bay-
i A Nellson F. J. Davis; Capl-
sstmctlon company at Tlsho-
I capitalization ?10000. Dlrec-
J. Harris N . B. Colbert.
t'urdom. O. O. Goddard and
VISITED OLD HOME.
General J. C. Jamison In the State
Where They Have to Be Shown.
Tho following from tho Louisiana
Ma Herald relates to ono of Logan
county's most distinguished citizens:
General J. C. Jamison of Guthrie
Okla. visited his old friends In Plko
tills week after nn nbsenco of four-
toon yoars and thoy wore all glad to
Tho story of his lire woulu mako a
talc of vlselsBltudo and adventure not
ofton mot with In real lire. Many a
time and oft ho has courted and de-
fied situations that mon do not usual-
ly survive Ho comes out not ony un
scathed but looking well and carrlos
his threo score and twelve years with
fine spirit and heartiness.
In tho field of Journalism In tho
political arena and In tho tug of do-
mostlc and international war ho was
over unafraid. Ho 1b liked for his
natlvo modosty out If ho wore press-
od to talk ho coul da talo unrold
whoso lightost word would harrow up
thoy soul and frcoso tho young blood
of tho most of us. Wo aro glad ho
camo to seo us. Long may ho flour-
ish. And let him know that nor for-
tunes buffots nor fortunes rewards
will ovor separate him from tho good
wlshos and kindly lntorost of those In
old Plko who know him host.
The census bureau's roport com-
prising all the statistics of tl.6 coun-
tlos and Indian nations In tho United
States shows that tho Chickasaw na-
tion Indian territory leads In tho num-
ber of farms having 16374. Tho
Crow Indian reservation Montana
leads In farm area with 3500000
acres. Tho Chorokoo nation Indian
territory loads in improved farms
having 1165061 acres. Tho Chick-
asaw nation Indian torrltory loads In
the value of live stock on farms with
It's folly to suffor xrom that hor-
rlbo plague of tho night Itching piles.
Doan'a Ointment cures quickly and
permanently. At any drug store 50
F. E. Houghton tho Wost Side gro-
cer. Is preparing to open another
store In tho ruom vacated by tho
Cyclono store in tho Gray block.
An Invisible Htiemy
Malaria is an invisible atmospheric poison. The air becomes infected with the gases
and microbes arising from the marshes and low lands damp cellars sewer pipes badly
ventilated houses and decaying vegetable matter and we unconsciously inhale them into the
lungs when they are taken up by the blood and circulated throughout the system.
Malaria gives no warning of its coming; no immediate effects are perceptible and
no violent symptoms appear until the unfortunate sufferer is completely at the mercy of this
hidden foe. This invisible enemy may be following us night and day but often the first
intimation we have of its presence is a chilly creepy sensation running over the body
sometimes followed by a slicrht fever and an
always tired drowsy and depressed feeling. The
blood soon becomes deeply poisoned thinned
and weakened by the teeming millions of
microbes and germs and an irregular slow cir-
culation is the result. This coudition of the
blood gives rise to innumerable and serious
troubles. Torpid liver enlargement of the
spleen loss of appetite and feeble digestion a
pallid or yellow skin boils carbuncles abscesses
indolent ulcers and pustular and scabby skin
eruptions of various kinds and frequently the
health becomes so impaired and such a lifeless
condition ensues that the person loses interest
in his surroundings and faith in all human
remedies. Malaria if allowed to remain in the system lays the foundation for other diseases
that very often prove fatal or permanently wreck the health.
Malaria can only be worked out of the system through tb blood. Some remedy
that can destroy the germs and microbes and neutralize the bad ejects of the poison offers
the only hope of a cure and the only medicine that can accomplish this is S. S. S. which not
only purges the blood of all morbid unhealthy matter but keeps it pure and healthy. It
searches out and destroys every trace of Malarial poison neutralizes the powerful gases that
cause Malaria with all its terrible consequences and keeps the blood in such a vigorous
clear of all morbid unhealthy matter and disease germs and at the same time acts as an
Nothing is comparable to S. 3- S. as a Spring Medicine as it reinforces and builds up
the system when debilitated or overcome by the depressing effects of the changing seasons
and being absolutely free of all minerals is perfectly adapted to the most delicate constitution.
If you have any symptoms of malarial poison write us fully about it and cur
Physicians will take up your case and advise you without charge. Book on Blood and Skia
Diseases free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY. ATLANTA &A
Could Not Sleep
QentUmen Six weeks ago I commenced
taking your Duffy's Malt Whiskey Iro-
vtous to that Umo 1 was completely run
down in health mm vnnl nf tltp. jxwr ap-
petite and weighing only 121 pounds. 8lnco
then rav restoration to health lias bocn
wonderful. 1 now weigh 1'S pounds sloop
well and have a good amietito I never felt
Jwttcr in all my flio. 1 havo recommended
your whiskey to several of ray friouds and
thoy havo used it with liko results.
234 Division St. Now York.
Caution. Wo wish to caution our pa-
trons against so-oallcd Dully's Malt
Whiskey" sold in bulk and Unsealed but-
tles. Duffy's Puro Malt Wbiskoy is sold
in soalod bottles only It olTered for salo
in bulk or unsoalod bottles it Is n fraud.
Insist on gott'-g tho genuine. Ilefusw sub-
FREE Two game counters for whist oucbn ote. Bond 4 cents In stamps to covor
CT. If you are sick write us. It will ct you nothing for advice Modlcal Booklet
- to onT address. Dully Malt Whiskey Co. Rochester N. Y
Oklahoma City Times-Journal: Paa-
songorn who arrived trom tho west on
tho Choctaw at midnight last night
report a most thrilling spectnelo about
0 o'clock a fow miles oast or Elk City.
Who nthe passengor train had gone
throe or rour tnliea from Elk City tho
passongers ndtlced a funnol-shaped
cloud to the southeast alioad of tho
train. It was near enough so that tho
passengers could plainly see the
twisting and vi (thing movement of
tho small end of the funnel as It felt
around ove rthe ground for victims.
Th eattentlon or the passongers had
scarcely been fixed upon tho monstor
whon It grabbed up a frame house. All
that could bo seen afterward wero
flying plocos of boards and household
effocts. Moving onward It picked up
another house and two stables grind
wuuhiuu inut poiguous matters or no Kiua are allowed
to accumulate but are promptly expelled from the system.
Spring is the best time to get Malaria out of the
system. A course of S. S. S. now will not only relieve
you of Malaria and its attendant evils but it will put
your blood and system in such condition as to effectually
prevent the return of the disease. In VS. S. S. is combined
both purifvincr and tonic nronerties that keen the blood
results in debility lack of energy makes yon do-
Fpondent and nervous.
No wonder n hen yon think how your nerve
force lift beun taxed boyond Its limit you liava
worriod until your digmucn It ruined mxl your
whole system lias become deranged. Thcoo are
amw when the over-wrought yitcm needs assist-
ance DUFFY'S PURE
will bring you refreshing sloop and you win tio-
oomo full of energy and vitality It cures nervous-
' joas and Indigestion given power to tho brain
strength and elasticity to muscles and richness to
the blood It la a promoter of health and longevity.
Makes tho old young keeps tho young strong.
Gained 33 Founds
ing all Into small bits of kindling
wood. Wuere It crossed tho track of
tho Choctaw It snapped off two tolo-
graph poles It disappeared to tho
northeast. W'nothor any Uvea wore
lost tho paBieng8rs could not say. Tho
path of the storm was scarcoly moro
than 100 yards wide.
Sapulpu is goln gto have a big roo-
unlon of soldiers of the bluo and the
groy on July 5 to 7. Soldlors who
served In the Spanish-American and
tho Philippine wars will be- accorded a
place In the reunion. A groat tlmo Is
me unecotan lanquiror wants a
now postoffico building for Its town
It says the postofflce has far outgrown
Its presont homo.
RELIEF WAS IMMEDIATE AND THE
Louisvii.ik Ky March 36th 190a.
For several years I suffered frith Chills and Fever
caused by Malaria In my system and each summer for
several yoars I would relapse. Finally my physician pre-
scribed S. S S. In all I took three bottles and they
entirely cured me and I have never been troubled since.
I am sure no other medicine could have given me to
complete and immediate relief and I cannot speak too
highly of S. S S. My partner in business Is now taking
S. S. S. for an eruption of the skia and general run down
condition of his system and although he has taken but
one botUe already commences to feel better.
931 Wost Market St. I. SHAPOFF.
TERRITORIAL 8NAP SHOTS.
M Mers of More or Less Interest to
The South McAlaatw Capital wants
a carnival this summer. It is a good
thing to havo.
Tho (own lot salo at Poieau is on
209 lots were sold Friday and they
netted the Choctaw nation $4404.
The Port Gibson Post savs that r.p
loads of steol aro arriving for tho'
brldgo across Grant! rlvor on tho '
unrk and Cherokee Contral.
In tho fodornl court at Ardmoro
Saturday a Jury acqulttotl James P.
Williams charged with killing W. a
Briscoe near Loon some time last
The Crowder city Advertiser says a
mail crane has been put up nt Its town
nnd that mnll for the flyers Is now re-
ceived and dispatcher every liny ox-
Hon. Guy P. Cobb linn imnn tr.
Holdenville and the southern nnrt nr
the Creek nation to force tho collec-
tion of money on cnttlo now gralng
on uroou lands.
The Ardmoro Appeal Is out for mnr
townslto commissioners for tho Chick-
asaw nation. A good thing. Ono sot
o ftownslto commlssIonorB will not
got through with tho tow'nsltos for
Tho postmasters of tho Indian ter
ritory will moot In Muskogeo on Juno
13. Thoy will work for an organiza-
tion of postmasters In tho torrltory
nnd for tho bottormont of tho mnll
sorvlco a good cause
The South McAlostor Capital says
tho oxtonslon of tho Frisco from Ok-
lahoma to Coalgato will bo built Into
South McAlostor and that trains on
the Frisco will bo running Into Eolith-
town lnsldo of twolvo months.
Bankers vs. Bankers.
Decoration day at Island park a
game of baso ball will bo played bo
tweon teams plckod from tho bank
clorks ot tho city. Ono nlno will bo
selected from tho omploycs of tho
Capitol National bank and tho othor
nine from tho clorks of tho other
threo banks. Tho gamo will bo called
at 3:30 o'clock. Tho First Roglmont
band will furnish tho music. The
proceeds of the day go to the furnish-
ing fund or the Carnoglo library
which Is now under course of con-
struction. The boy play good Imll and n good
game Is promised.
Royal Bus and
Carriole CeJls for
a.tor etc. 'a Specitxl-
108 E. Vilas Phono 70
DO YOU WANT IT
OUTIOK OV IT?
Wo havo It to loan on
City & Rosldonco Proporty
Rubber . Tired with
horses that can L'et
there. Horses boarded
OAK GROVE BARN
Chus. Michael Prop.
Car. DItUIm (i4 Sp Hif r..j.L 1
8UMMUR 8E88ION8 EDU-
Chicago and 8t Louis.
For the above occasion wo will soil
tickets to Chicago and SL Louis and
return at rato of ono faro plus 2.00.
Tickets on salb Juno 16tb 17th 21t
and 2th with final return limit of
Sept 15 1902. Continuous passage in
A. J. Corklns Agent.
Insure your property in old line flro
companies. Writo or call at 212 W
Oklahoma. Williams & Swlnford.
You don't buy Lum
ber every day but
when you do you Uke
to know that It Is
sound thoroughly J
seasoned and depend-
able. Our enormous fro.de
in Lumber this spring
is evidence thxt we
sell "rfood stuff oind
act prices thou no firm
co.n booLt. n? Birifjest
stock of Lumber tvnd
Building moLterieJ in
E. L. BLINCOE
M'i-ix.i.i !- ii a i.i.i titH
15hc Old Smith Bo.rn in
Having bought C.C Rockwell's lntorost
in the Hoarding Stable Cor. Cluveland anil
Vine at I intend to run It an a llrst olais
place anj all slot!: entruatp to tny care
will receive the very best r-.tentlon. Iain
well posted a .A nave had a large experience
In the bualncu anil Bhatl he pleased to have
you for a customer
Mrs delivered to tny part of the ilty.
J. E. Grxskill.
I had nervous indigestion
and a general derangement
of tlie entire system. It had
been a continual torture for
U years. My blood became
very poor and at times my
toe and linger nails would be
diseased. After eating 1
would sit in a chair and put
my feet on somethldg to keep
them from swelling and at
times would lake off myshoes
for the uiiscry I had. When-
ever I experience anything
to remind me of past aches I
cannot be too elated to tell
what Ripans Tabules have
done f r me. I still take one
now and then because I know
how bad I have been. They
were just what I needed
The qvv-cent uaekatlR enough lor ah
ordlr yoccam. The lafrtlly bot-
tle (v aunts contains a supply for a
Two times a week 104 times a
Th Twico-a-Week Courier-Journal I
tho host pnpor published In the Unit
ed Statos for Demoorats and for all
roadora. It la the equal of many dal-
Lev and the superior of all semi-week
lies or weokllos. Henry Watterson Is
Tho Wednesday Iwne Is devoted to
news matter the Saturday issue the
home. Baroplo copied tout free oc ap-
By p special arrangsmont you can
EQt the Oklahoma Loader and tho
lVIco-a ook Courier-Journal botth
one year for only
rhte is for oash subscriptions only
Ad aubserlptiovs under this combina
tion offer wuit he sent tnrowah the
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