The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 40, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 2, 1904 Page: 3 of 8
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THE LEADER QUTHRIE OKLAHOMA. WEDNESDAY MARCH 2. 1904.
O INDIAN TERRITORY NEW. O
FAVOR COAL LAND BIDS.
-v Tlu Kind You Ilavo Always
hi uso foi' over 30 years
V ) nml
'jtyy Js sonal
All Counterfeits Imitations and " Jlst-n5-proo aro l:xfc
Experiments that trlllo with and ciidunprer tho h.' tilth of
Infanta and Children Experience against Experiment.
What is GASTORIA
Cnstorlu Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare-
goric Drops and Suothluc; Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
. contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotio
substance. Its njjo is its gunrnntcn. It dostrojs Worms
and allays Feverishncss. It cures Diarrliimi and Wliiil
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles euves Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food regulates tlio
.Stomach and .Bowels glring healthy and natural sleep.
Tho Children's Panacea- -Tho Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTOR3A ALWAYS
f j&L J sSryJr a f& Jr a
i - j- jar jr C
V V f -
The Kind You Have Aiiar: Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
THE eiNTAUR OOMMNr. Tf MURNU " T. NCW YOUR CITY.
LOOKS LIKE A STRIKE.
Coal Operators In Indiana Insist Upon
1 Wage Reduction.
(Uy Associated Press.)
Indianapolis lnd March 2 After
n mnhranra he:venn miners nnu on-
orators of the central competitive ills-1
trict today the operators voted against one million pounds of meat for the
the readoption of the scale now In ef- Russian government. The Japs cap-
feet. V. I Robblns nrgtted that condl- tured the ship and Mr. Linn fell Into
ttons of the times and the necessity
of meeting competition required a re-
duction of fifteen per cent from the
present sonle. President Mitchell fol-
lowed and said emphatically: "It may
be tho parting of the ways as Mr. Rob-
bins says but for my part I know what
I am going to do." This statement
was interpreted to mean that the de-
mands of the miners would not bo ad-
bored to. During a recess Mr. Rob-
bing said: "It Joelts like a strike. The
operators will make no concessions
absolutely none. It Is a reduction or
Btrlke." Mitchell said: "On Mr. Rob-
bin's statement before the convention
It does look like a strike."
State of Ohio City of Toledo Lucas
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
.ho Is senior partner of the firm of P.
J. Chancy & Co. doing business In the
City of Toledo County am Sta'e
aforesaid and that said firm will pay
tho sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL
LARS for each and every cose of Ca-
tarrh that cannot bo cured by tho use
of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence this fourth day of Do-
comber A. D. 188G.
A. W. Gleason
(Seal.) Notary Public
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter-
nally and acta directly on the blood
and muoou surface of the system.
Send for testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Co Toledo. O.
Sold by all druggists 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for const!
VICTOR MURDOCH BETTER.
Has Been Very Sick But Is Able to Be
Out of Bed. I
Special to Dally Leader. t
Wlohlta Kas. Match 2 Word has J
been received from Washington that
while Congressman Victor Murdork
has beer very sick he is better now
and has been able to get out of bed.
"I owe my whole life to Burdock
Blood Bitter. Scrofulous sores cov-
ered my body I st'tmed beyond cure.
B. B- B has mado me a perfectly well
woman." Mrs. Chas. Hutton Berville.
Colonel Bain at the
obnrefc tomorrow night
The Andrews Opera company will
present "BlrdB of a Feather" at the
Brooks Thursday night at special
Love is always far sighted.
Bought nml Avlilch hns hecti
has bonio tho slfrnnlnro oC
lins lioon liincln tmilor Ills nnr
supervision slneo Its inHuicy.
HENRY LINN CAPTURED.
Guthrie Man Taken In By Japaneso
Henry Linn a cittxen of Guhrle Is
a Japanese prisoner of war. He left
San Francisco recently for the Phillo
pines on board the Cores loaded with
their hands. He Is a mineral
pector In the Philippines.
Hives are a terrible torment to the
little folks ami to some older ones.
Busily cured. Doan's Ointment never
falls. Instnnt relief permanent cure.
At any drug store 50 cents.
I 's usually the fellows with Wat-
morals who get tight.
Somehow to a man there is more
attractiveness in a stocking than In a
GAME NEAR DYING
From an Awful Skin Humour.
Scratched Till Blood Ran.
Wasted to Skeleton.
One Application Soothed Him to
Sleep. Cure Speedy
' When my little boy was abont three
months old his head broke oat with a
rash which was very Itchy and ran con-
siderable watery fluid. We tried every-
thing we could but he got worse all ho
time till It sproad to his arms legs and
then to his entire body and he got so
bad that he came near dying. The rash
would itch so that he would scratch till
the blood ran and a thin yellowish stuff
would be all over his pillow In the morn-
ing. I had to put mlttons on his hands
to keep him from tearing his skin around
his wrists lie got so weak and run
down that he took fainting spells like
we would think him dying lie was al-
most a skeleton and his little bands
were thin like claws.
"He was bad about eight months
when we tried Cuticura Remedies. I
had not laid him down In his cradle In
the daytime for a long time. He bad
got so that he just slept in our arms all
the time. I washed him with Catlcara
Soap and put on one application of
Cutloura Ointment ana' he was so
soothed that 1 put him In the cradle.
You don't know how glad I felt when he
felt better. It took one box of Cutloura
Ointment pretty near one cake of Cutl-
oura Soap and about half a bottle of
Cutloura Resolvent to cure. I think
our little boy would have died osly for
the Cuticura Remedies and I shall al-
ways remain a firm friend of them."
Mils. St. C. MAlTLAND Jasfsr
No return In 14 years. Mrs. Mai Hand
writes under date of Feb. 21 1908 that
the cure is prrmanant.
"It affords me much plo&sure to in-
form you that it Is fourteen years since
my boy was cured of the terrible skin
disease from which be suffered.
' He has been permanently cared and
Is hearty and strong."
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Aw. TotUt Draf Clunj. Crp Sola ftoprtalon.
' S40A UC U4W V WU ATNf HliHIlt
Indians Oppose Secretary Hitcii;03k's
Special to Dally Leader
Muskegee I. T Maun 2. Wh
the governors of tho Choctaw ni I
jOhlrasa nations reach Washlngtu
j whither they have gone at the u:n
Imons of the secretary of the Intor.. i
they will work again M the bill thr
he secretary hai had introduced n
congress providing for the manner
sale of the Clmruiw and Chickasaw
coal lands. Tin- Atoka agreement pr
vldes that 'In eoal lands .hall !
sold 10 the liighi st bid er under sea!
The precision m the new ill pro
poses to allow Hi. i coal ronip.inl-'
which art' .uu oi-ratlng In th" Cur-
taw country and have mining nne V i
ery on thin 1-aie- to pay an appia .
ed value on t eir leases and hold tl. ni '
against sfnk'! Milling The ir U !
slon further siats that there sliall u
a commission appointed to appia
the land one member to be appoint e i
by the secretary of the Interior. one!
by the chief of tlie nation and o:ie
byHhe coal company holding the louse
This commission shall appraise tdej
land and the coal company holding n j
lease will be allowed to purchase tic-!
land at the appraised value. Tt-
companies must also pay the Indi-
citizens who have Improvement on
the land for the appraised value of 'if '
The rejwrt of the commissioner f
Indian affairs shews that there ar-'
now lit coal and ten asphalt leases I
In effect In the Choctaw nation. The- j
leasee cover probably one-four a of
the entire segregation and all the )- (
veloped coal lands and therefore a .
large ier cent of the value of the s.-k-
regatlon. The governors of the two
nations into whose treasuries thN
money goes believe that If the ca!
leases are allowed to sell at appra's
d values and the undeveloped land-
at sealed bids the total amount will
be much less than if It were all sol
under sealed bids as the companies '
operating would have to protect their i
The roynltles from the coal mines
are paid monthly. The Choctaw Ok-
lalioma & Gulf Coal company has
thirty leases. The royalty from a
single lease in the month of January
was $8000. The value of the entire
segregation of 400.000 acres is esti-
mated to bo worth from 60 to 100 mil-
lion dollars. i
CHICKASAW NATION TO BE PAID
Must Be Reimbursed for Lands Allot
ted to Freedmen.
Special to Daily Leader.
Ardmore I. T. March 2. The Chick-
asaw government has been notified
that tha court' of claims has decided
that the United States will have to
reimburse the Chickasaw nation for
all landa allotted to Chickasaw freed
men. The claim will amount to $800-
000. Freedmen are negroea who were
former slaves of Indians.
Accounts to Be Audited.
Special to Dally Leader.
Vlnlta I. T March 8. The no-
counts ot e.vTownalt Commissioner
T. A. Chandler of the Cherokee na-
tion are to be audited by Special
Auditor Joe M. Laha' of Claremore
I. T. and an auditor to be appointed
by the secretary of the Interior. Chief
Rogers of the Cherokee na'ion ap
pointed Lahey today.
Sewing Oats Near Vlnlta.
Special to Dally Leader.
Vtnita. I. T. March 2 The farm-
ers are sowing oats la this section of
the country The winter has been
mild and the farmers did their plow-
ing through the win er and are ready
to plant corn as soon as the time ar
rives it is expected all the corn will
be planted early this year
COURSE OF TUDY.
It Should Bs Uniform Throughout
The teachers ot the Indian t. rntoryj
have decided iha' there hIiouI.i !e
uniform course ...f study .:i
iKrbools of the territoi a.i I
to that result ha appointed
nnttee of ton representa'iv-v teaihers
to formulate a plan of action thai will
act result At tre last meeting ol
the territorial association the need of
ja uniform course of study was polat-
jed out. It is almost certain that a
school system will be established von
land then the need of a uniform course
will be Imperative. At proaeot 'here
.UTtf lUi; U.IW1WI mrHVUi- www. v -ww
'five nations. Bach has a course of
stud indept'iiil.-nt of all others. The
public schools in the towns have no
uniform course and there la no uni-
formity of curriculum in the big pri-
vate and denominational schools. Jch.i
D Benedict superintendent of schools
for the territory says that if there Is
a public school system established for
white children In country schools it
will be an absolute neoessl'y to have
an accepted course of study.
Bridge Near Grove.
The citizens of Orove I. T have
organised a joint stock company to bt
known as the Drove llrldge company
and will build a $30000 ateel wagon
bridge across Grand river at Carey's
Ferry four miles northwest of Qrove.
Disturbances of strikers are not
nearly as grave as an Individual dis-
order of itfhe ajrstem. Overwork loss
of eleep nervous tension will be fol-
lowed by utter collapse unless a re-
liable remedy Is immediately employ-
ed. There's nothing so efficient to
cure disorders of the IJver and Kid-
neys as Blectric Bl ten. It's a wond-
erful tonic and effective nervlas and
the greatest all around medicine for
run down systems. It dispels Nervous-
ness Rheumatism sad Neuralgia and
expel Malaria gsrms. Only 50c and
satisfaction guaranteed by F. B Llllte
A fo.. ("TUggistS.
Young Oklahoman Shot.
Tony Iidoni-. a young man employ-
ed on the Cravens ranch In Uu- Oioa
country was snot in the I'onca City
Turf exchange Boone claims he d'ifs
i nut know no shot him. uu-. .loiin
Hipt-r of 1U I Rwk has been arrcei-
tl divl taken o Kwk!rk for prelim
inaii i xamiur iin Tin n art- n-jMii ic
of fuiiui-r iliffw u!'i s b.'t(i-ti B ".inl-
Do You Want Strength J
yon -Aunt to increase
a'str' - i 'h j"" imiM ad i ti ami no
'f al 1 1 ether vi.ril.
on i at must In- .ii'-si
I din! uiirojiniie l
the neivuf. uiood ilsbucs t fore he- (By Associated Pre ss )
lnr expellu.l from the In'.estlnt-.s Ko- Jefferson City Mo. March 2 fi.i-s
dol Dyspepsia Cure adds "o thy j'hysl- A Laughlin. of Holt man'y i k'
cal It Kiv-s strength to and builds t (u two years sentence Iu 'he i. npm
up h reneth in the human system. I'Jtlary by the supreire cour for emlw.
U pleasant to the taste and palatanie . zletneat LauKhlin was public imln
and the only corablna'ion of diges'-ands j 1st raior of Holt eouniy and failed to
that will digest the food and enable pay 1229 to Stella Uahn a minor.
the system to appropriate all of lis
health and strength giving qualities.
Sold by J. N. Wallace.
"O workmen in the work! can
do so Much or use the same
intelligence that our own
American work -men and
women are capable of. That is why
America is now beating the world iu
manufactures ; all due to the brain
hiii) muscle of our Yankee men and
t'nfortunately where there is smoke
dirt and dust and little sunlight there
also can ue found the germs of dis-
ease. Nature's great disinfectant is
sunlight. Sunlight and fresii air pro-
mote the growth of animals nnd plants
but kill the germs of disease. Air
free from dust such as we have on
the sea never permits the germs of
disease to have any chance for growth
and development. It Is in the fac
lory the work-shop the oflice th.it
men and women suffer from dise.is
which are in the dust and the 1ad
air Such disease genm enter into
the blood in two wa either through
the lungs or stotn.li. If the Mood
is pure nnd rich the liver and stom-
ach in healthy active condition thr
jferttis of disease cannot find a return;
pluce there to multiply. Distase of
the lungs bronchitis and consump-
tion are very apt to spread through
a factory where there i" much fine
dust in the air. The lungs become
irritated and the germs find a fertile
field for growth. Kxtreme weakness
feelings ot nervous exhaustion coughs
and colds are the warning signals
which should be heeded. One should
put the system in the very liest possi-
ble condition right away.
After years of experience iu an ac-
tive practice Dr Pierce discovered a
remedy thai suited these conditions
in a blood-maker and tissue-builder
which at the same time alleviates the
couch. He called it Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery an altera-
tive extract that assists in the diges-
tion nnd assimilation of the food in
the stomach so that the blood gets
what it needs for food and oxidiittou.
the liver is at the same time started
into activity and there Is perfect
elimination of waste matter. When
the blood it pure and rich all thu
organs work without effort and the
body Is like a perfect machine; if
however any part is allowed to rust
and this human machine does not
get its full supply of rich red blood
(which acts like oil on machinery)
then new fields arc created in which
the bacteria or genus of disease thrive
nnd multiply. The germs of grip
malaria catarrh or consumption find
a fertile field if the body is not kept in
perfect onler and the blood pure. No
PUT TOUR SAVINGS IN OUR
and they will be safe useful and with-
in your reach at any time.
THE GUTHRIE NATIONAL BANK
Is a financial Institution of such stand-
ing that it merits the confidence of all
who have money to deposit.
Blacksmith and Horsoshoor.
Wagon and repair work a Specialty.
Prevents horses from interfering scalp-
ing and forging. Prices reasonable and
all work guaranteed. R.fsraoce B E
Tall man. Please do not pass ate by.
GIVE MB A TRIAL.
ate N. l)iv North of Itrunner's Shop
Cor. Okla. and Second St
Estimates Cheerfully Furnished I
Dell Tel. IN) Khop IU N. U
EMBEZZLED TRUST FUND.
That amount earns Into the hands of
Laughlia from the sale of land and
the circuit court Instructed him to
nitin or woman can be stronjj or feel
happy who is suffering from indiges-
tion llecause the stomach is diseased
there Is a diminution of the red corpus-
cles of the blood. This is why one
is sleepless is languid nervous and
irritable. Sensitive stomachs groan
aloud at the irritatiu" Cod liver oils
but they will get all the food ele-
ments the tissues require hy using
the "Qolden Medical Discovery."
Mr Hoy Urt A of Casper Wyoming
writes. "For eight car I liad caiarrh
of the throat in the very worst f'jrm .
could hardly peak above a nhipi r for
two years Tried nearly a dozen pat nt
medicines without relief I was so dis-
rnuragrd that I just about decidi (I ca-
l irrh could not lie emvd Yiith any tnedi
cine My fathti however mlviw! utf
t try Dr Puree 's nn dicines before jjtv-
iuK up 1 follow td his advice and tom-
m need U"iiik th medieine on the lv n-
tuth of lltcinitier I Was srpried It
note tire reiult of the (irt month - treat
nnnt After u-iiir -Ix bottle of Tli
Pi'TCe's (lolden Medical Pisrowiv I
w i perfi c-tl) i ured It has been months
-nice I took the hist medicine and I
hive not hid the least return of my
tti utile I hiiM OH better duunR the
l.ist two month" thin for eeii winters
pievious to thi- time "
Mrs Lvlia turns of Ogdenshur
Wis write In riiraril to sour me
eine will -av that the 'tjolchn Mrdual
liiscnvery' is .1 Cod send to svitTi iinif
women I was nk in tied with lu-t
complaint and Lidiuy disease and ft vet
when I lied an to take Mr Piern s Cold
en Medical Discovery In tin days
tune I was o I could begrin to get vround
the house and R.ilm-d right along After
that took about fivt bottled of it and ata
sure I would ha e been in my grave by
tins lime nan u not ueen tor ims rem
edy. I would ad ise all suffering- women
to use Dr Pierce's medicines."
C. T. Spencer of IMano Okla wrote
"I can hardly express my thanks for the
benefit I have received from taktnff Dr
1'lerce's Golden Medical Discovery and
' Pleasant Pellets.' They worked like a
eharm In my case Am in better health
now than for some time and will not fail
to recommend your medicines to my
sulTeriiifC friends. I hope you will re-
ceive my thanks for the good your med-
icine has done me."
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets tho
best laxative for old people. They
cure constipation and biliousness.
a woNnimriir. look
No book cscejil the Bible nnd dic-
tionary has circulated so widely as
"The People's Common Sense Med
leal Adviser" by R. V. Pierce M. D.
Nearly two million copies have gone
into American homes. Send it cents
in one-cent stamps for this i.ooo-page
book in paper covers or tt cents for
a copy in cloth binding Address Dr
R. V. Pierce Buffalo N Y.
Lookin"" for a good
thino- in 5-cent cigars
will find the best ever
in two new brands
The Oris Clubhouse
Just received at
OLSMITHS 115 South Division St
M. LUTHER WEST
Notary Public and
INTERNAL PILES Often
cauxe mtetiue pains in the back.
KI- tru it v pr'K i V opilu-l ill . i!-t lal
urinary .rwt.tti rflfltruitiei rupture nt
Inltsmmat'on wherever lorat n. an mtm
vital at tiii nd juritte ttn-bi...l lUr.i-r
lek furnlnbi- h t ti full Inalr'ii Hon.
L'lOEabt Okla. Av.
VICTOR G HOUSTON
Insurance. Heal Estate
At-nt fur leading tire lunurance
lOfHce: Rear Bank oi IndUu
1 w h. I
I f iiiel
i' In the bank to h( r credit
lie failed 'u do. The trial court
bl m guilty and the f-urr'-ine
Parms te Trade.
I have farms to trade for city proa-
erty. Call at the Capital City Busi-
R. A. Gaffney
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