The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 40, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 2, 1904 Page: 4 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA WEDNESDAY MARCH 2 KOi
INJUSTICE TO TILLMAN.
The Topeka Mall and Ureeee of last
week make a fierce at tuck on Sena '
BY LESUE (. "'AC1'. tor Tillman and la the "'mrse of l' re-
hu. of Tnr"AS5ClAtlP Pftgyj m.ri ays tbat "Tillman In his lee
Iture In Guthrie two yearn ago sug
JJ' seated a wholesale system of uilscege-
! nation as a way to solve the race
problem " A local paper take up the
Kb-'kb" paper's diatribe ami fssay to
a falsehood Tillman In his
lecture In Guthrie din not tnaKf the
remark attributed to him He did not
change cine iota the argument he has
. ' . .. - ... ......
u.r trial m;oiK.ini" "VL. inn.le for year in discussing me race
ilurncH n .puuiicai"'" in uu
proi.i' m anu me i'-""""' n-i- .-
not mlslntorpr cd l 'bono who heard
JAPANESE ENVOYS COM-
ING FOR MONEY.
urB'CHIPTIOW IIATBS AJL1
ytrHc t airier .
month ti carrier .
yo.r l carrier ID advam
ver t inali in adt.mc
if L J ' r a mt-mfier " ! tnr Apociir
aro r veil mi ni in:nii'M .
r j '
L6ndon and New York to Be Approach-
ed People Sacrificing Jewels.
London March 2 The Toklo corre-
spondent of the Morning Post cables
that Japan is already taking precau-
tions to Insure the strength of lrer
war chest In the event of war being
prolonged Her far Righted financial
policy Is to be seen In the announce-
ment that negotiations are U be open-
ed simultaneously in London and New
York foi loans
case and therefore apptan asking a
reversal of the lower court's verdict
Iler attorney is J H Jf-nkltio and the
attorne fur the d'-feudaiits in error
In .1 H Everest
The supreme coui will rct.nv'ne
tomorrow for the purpose of han.H.ig
down opinion It wil b brltf s.
USE AND ENDORSE PE-RIJ-NA
Beaver County Glanders.
In b 1 ter todav to 'he secretary of
th? OU-ih'.ma Live Stock Sanitary
comniic-icin a Beavet county farmer
Lclulm? he has cows (hat are afflicted
wi-h the glanders; in this is the first
Karon liuyemaisu lute minister for eaM- on record tn the world of a ow
St Kas BuBtnoBS 7B; Edtorlrl 09. his lecture It In those who pander to the Interior under Marquis lto. whose
Valley. Business 75; Editorial Stf ). n.Kro otv -hat misrepresent 1 ill- son Inlaw he Is has sailed for Eng-
man and his views Tillman is severe land to undertake negotiations there
naron Kaneko who was minister of
Justice under Marquis lto accompan-
ied by Vice President Takalufhl of
in his etano on the negro question and
lie recommends drastic measures
morally and politically
for I s coin
WEDNESDAY MARCH 2 1904.
an I' mingo should use Sapollo.
U-w-iios make money wniie uie
tlon running the gamut from colon! the Bank of Japan has headed a aim-
nation to disfranchisement but he has j nnr mission to America Baron Kane-
never made the suggestions attributed iko is a graduate of Harvard anc one
usiari sailors are nam
tb an easy sinkers.
Ji v liiro is Having muni.
hqiiak) in her Bad Lands
to him b;- the Mall and Breee 1 fs
the Kepubllcan politician who keeps
alive racial strife by misrepresenting
those who do not coddle the black man
. I i .i.A .il.lM.nM l.la ta an.l nun.
drinkersBUU wlu ""i":' '"" "v" "
1 sorlous propositions in tbw negro's
eai for partisan gain
having .landers the Oklahoma board
will have to bo shown. The .farmer
claims he cow was exposed. In his
purchasing a horse In Kanstu that had
R. L Van Sant of St. Lotiia Is here
W. D. Sheriff spent yesterday in
of th best English scholars In Japan
i ne Japanese jreopir arc iwiuj i
sacrifice their blood and treasure with ouR)oma City
an ease rnet-s which finds but few par-
allele in history To fhe national war En Kauffman spent yesterday In
fund every one contributes be 'hi Oklahoma City
amonrr great or small Feudal fam-j
llles are unearthing ancestral noarus i c 3 Howard revenue collector was
i President Butts
llayor McClellan will make good if
lean only make New York good.
pvv York Lily nae X osruer wnu
Ler talk to his customers. He is
of gold anJ Jewelry which they have
been accumulating through Centuries
Into Statehood FitlJZ'Z. 1
' lUCIi undCIB IUI Is: isa immvs . m
( By Assoclntsd I'ress )
in the el'y today from El Reno.
Washington D. C March 2 Presi-
dent. Roosevelt In the last week has
had several conferences with senators
and representatives In congress who
hrn Vncle Sam rentorc-s San Do-jare interested in the p reposition to
go to order he should also festoie crea'e n stRtes It is understood to
o cleanliness be the president's solution of the
problem that two new stales be ere-
lor a will learn where she comes alci one ..om Oklahoma and Indian
when the time arrives for paying terrttory"and one from the territories
war indemnity ot New Mexico and Arizona In this
rounort io la tn 9irrMtn(nt at 1U'
f ri... n I 11 tt'tfiulil nnlv rnll It A -'- " .-..
1 Ul.'l ' "u. -.. .- --
liBlon instead of indemnl y she inay
ftt that money.
so far as Oklahoma and Indian ter-
ritory are concerned with the senate
committee on territories. The Idea of
It is a very good thing for Uncle ibe creating of only two s ates does
In 'urn Colombia cannot lo to him
that l" would like to Co
rlic R. publican "sUnd pat era
lulu fi. casici if Governor Cum
19 were rot rdy going Instead
not meet me approval oi ine peopie
in the territories and their objection
o it may delay staehood leglslaMon
It is pointed out mat it Is not urgea
by the rre'-n' tlslt a11 people In-
cl iding Indians in fne Indian 'err!
tory. snail be admiited as dtirens im-
lit mi. . .i .unit maintain order in
InHomioRO butUlftrisnoQuebtion'med'atelv but tbat gradually as the
nVllty to Stir up disorder Indians l-ecome quaiineu lor cunen-
si lp. th j may be accorjea w r:gn'3
Ivlk Lor. n of postal fame seems to f 0ititTn5p and hat eventually per
bsps Indian territory may be ercted
nti a neparat state.
Ivr mai a much out oi nis pun
Dr Icicn of Hurgtcal fame
Mike White returned today front To-
peka where he was cnlted by the death
tlonal stress and str ft 0 nj daughter Mrs. Mollis Ryder.
It Is Impossible to tell the wor'h of j
these dedicated treasures; proDSDiy. F Knehel has returned from a
their value exceeds $5M.O000d0. Bvery 'thrtp week8 vJgft n Ho springs Ark.
womanlB hacrlflcing her Jewelry an anrl renorts having had a very enjoy-
other costly adornments to swell the aWe tjme
national fund which is growing b-
yond all anticipation. Measures are' m Jessie Paine who returned to-
bolng discussed by which It Is hoped :- frora R Tj.jt W h relatives in Ok-
C.B. CHAMBERLIN M.D.
0. B. Chamlrlln M. D. writes from 14th and P Bts. Washineton D. C.i
Many cases have come under my observation where Peruna
has benefited and cured. Therefore I cheerfully recommend It
for catarrh and a general tonic." C. B. CHAMBERLIN M. D.
that the fund will be raised to $5000-
O0O..WO without borrowing
THE FRUIT SITUATION.
Secretary Thoburn Suggests Timely
Precaution Against Late Frost.
"It Is a fact that the Elerta peach
crop this year Is several weeks ahead
of time" said Secretary Thourn of the
board of agriculture in speaking of
Wkboma City has resumed her posi-
tion as stenographer in the attorney
general's office which position has
been filled by Mrs. Lemley during
M:ss Palne's five months absence
Mcillrnl Examiner V S. Treasury
Br. Llewellyn Jordan Medical Ex-
tminor of U. S. Treasury Department
graduate) of Co
lumbla Col lege
!and who served
th roe years at
AVost J'olnt has
the following to
say of Peruna:
"Allow mo to
t tudo to you for
the lxneflt de-
rived from your
4 wonderful rem-
" ody. Ono short
this venr's Oklahoma peach crop. "Atojay without warning to their em- month has brought forth a vostchange
late frost Is liable to do oonsi JeraSle ployerB and joined the 400 who struck nd 1 nnv "Wt mywlf a well man
DRIVERS' STRIKE AT
(By Associated Press.)
Kansas City Mo. March 2 The
drivers of baggage wagons of some of
the prospec s of ft late frost injuring tbe joiml transfer companies went out
Ir L. Jonliiu
-jin "i" probauiy can l mp x
n tv i i ss.on becnust .t kUos tbem
ir in.) uih cnance io m.s .:i-
ii.n'UfK Uemocrats em .nc!in I
'tin iplnion that Indiana s "alml'i-
IratH. n Hy" is somewhat of a non
damage. The fact remains that the yeRterday. There Is possibility that
situation Is not at all satisfactory. I aj) un0n drivers in city numbe'ring
would especially urge tha1 every frch-3ooo may also go out in Sympathy
ardist provide himself with spray w)tll tne truck drivers.
pump and be ready in case the nights (
should cool off and th1 next morn- ENDS A LONG LAND FIGHT.
iriVrVhwrVould e a white frost The
I trees should then be sprayed with -rne Deaware Suit Settles a Vexatious
cold water People living in cities Indian Problem.
land towns may use their lawn hose! Mu8kogee I. T. March 2 The de-
takes a grass widow to capture he fiRme piirpoM ftnd qute as ef- dslon llf (he gupreme court of the
hayseed bachelor. ft-ctlvelv In the Chautauaua grape iTni.n.i an. tnoiaHnv timt th DpIs-
J 'b"'t In New York this has been re-. ware indiana have no right to the 157-
in-ii nit? iumj i uh.iiic . u.n.. in p.ap nr latP frnt nd
..w. ... ." ... -- -- -- -
ittcr montliK vif bufferim;.' FeBow-suf-
ferers Peruna will cure you." Dr.
Go. C. llavener M. D. of AnacosUa
D. C writes:
Tbe Peruna rediclno Co. Columbus O. :
Gentlomon " In my practice I have
hat! occasion to frequently prescribe
your valuablo medlcinu and have found
its use beneficial especially in oases of
catarrh." Georgo 0. Havener M. D.
If yoa do not recolvo prompt and satis-
factory refill Its from the usoof Poruna
write at onoo to Dr. Hartman giving a
full statement of your case and he will
be ploasod to glvo you his valuable ad
Address Dr. ITartman PresidenJof
Tim II ar tui an fcjaulturlum C'olumbu.
(Chicafo News )
Mand a man I' dubs htm a crank
OPO acres of land for which they were
Wsbingion electrlc'an undertook
nrjiiv o live wire He was r
vcft 'i his rrlvuds to tie uuaer
with hplendid remilts. Cold water re- mng has settled one of the most vex-
mnVM ihe effect of a frost and frultl.in. i.ii.n nmhiuma imt lim vr
The wise wife rules her husband by MotMOmM are not hurt by ihecome before the Indian authorities. It ! cvn' bome la WMUnraB. Senator this time placed the Cherokee na-
ton. He had no money and borrow- ment of the interior over the matter
ed it Is said $75 to live there the and at one tlmo the commission
firsi month In a short time he had threatened to resign if they were ord-
organized a company with h's con rj arbitrarily to make the segre-
tract w'th the Delawarts as a basis of gat'on in the facejof indispu'able facta
cap'taliitatioiw in e rested several atior- that r vi; unlawful. As a resul. the
neys and flu?nclers and sold sork in land office was closed at Tahlequah
his prospec. If Mr Adams won hf and 38.000 Cherokees were withheld
was to have 36 per cent of the Dela- ix months from taking allotment. All
ware lant-s and 40000 acres of t.ie mining devHopmen' oil and was de-
bt tt land in the territory incluimg velopmer.t. all-townsite work all rall-
the oil district around Bartlesville road building and every industrial
From 'he simple life of the Indian step tba- involved occupation of land
he was soo nestablished in a magnlf- stopped. These matters combined at
r.ie Huh w tribunal h ems to have
pi l. ii tiit Veneiueinn ciaima ease
faur .f the litlgan s uioei able t-
ly 'ii' .u.i costs.
pennit'.ng him to think he's "it
When a young man Is In love he nev-
er stops to Investigate the girl's cook-
ing A man doesn't sing Into a phono-
in bloom In Guthrie. I consider tho
i season at least two weeks ahead of
l time '
Quay. Sena or Penrose and ex-Seaat(r tlon behind the other nations In dovel-
JaDanese nlumH are a i ready . .ha r.n.iiv -tav Msnv vmm
! . w... ..j. Tl . -J - ..... t-l-l Jl-
. .v ri-.. ii.i Jones uetuiiiB mierciiBu u inir ucw upineni ana iun'.o me uemwuru umy
ago when the Delaware maintained ...
.ll.ol ..li ta rnnnrf fmm I """' vm"" "--""' "t "- .Mciu unuruing ui.uu m uiu oiui-
"i-t -S'fc'J J1" WMW
the Cherokees land in the northern
part of the Chorokee nation for ?1 an
WHERE'S OUR WANDERING BOY.'acrei in thlB they bought a life Inter-
I lest hut not a feo slmnle. Tho nmtrint
tlonal importance. Senator Quay anl plications that have arisen in tho Bet-
R'chnrd Adams came from Washing- tlement of the Indian estate
ton in a private car and visl ed .hei
Delaware lands and gave especial a-
"here will be rtiigar In tne RepublJ-
la campaign gourd John D. Spreck-
Is coming to the national conven-
a as a delegate from California.
Their Missing Young Hopeful.
Webt Virginia itolitiolan an ox-
iooi tiothor was shoi to death this
rek ti a former pupil. He seems to
rronii for tl.o niirrwuia at trvlne tn .... .. . . - . ' ' tonllnn tn tho Itartleav'lU) diatrict
!'D" "" ' ' " Oklahoma uity harems uooKing ror rt jj claimed was 157000 acres or - ' "77 Than Cutting Corns.
break the recortl Th.lr Miin Vounn Hooefui. -. r- n ln iiot nm.. Senator James K. Jones appeaired be- s
wi.ro. and their descendants. In ad- fope Ue Dawf commission to argue'
dl-lon to this they claim that they ue mner of Mgregaton.
were entltlad to all tho rights lands 'A Division of Opinion.
and moneys of ChoroUoee. '
The Cherokees' Claim.
The Ohorohee nation eoneeded that court of claims. While the secretary
Nothing makes a woman so angry Mr and Mr8 c P- jjRrwood of Ok-
as to ask a man for his candid opin- flhoma C!tyi are in lhe olty v today
ion of her and got 1L booking for their son. Paul Harwoml
' need 12. who dlsamiaared from his
Girls don't mononollao the convor- honle aboul R week agQ At th) Ume
Nothing More Dangerous
Sanitary Corn Plasters euro by ab
sorption Some'hlng entirely new.
The sanitary oils and vapors do tho
work. Sold by all druggists 25a or by
in tn moan rate tne uneronees mKii sample mailed FREE. Address
were Ughting tne claim Itself In the Mm a Olmsted Lo Boy N. Y.
noting whm n vnnnif tyiati mllft -HIVB ... . . . ..... .. ' . . -.........
vo taught the young iJ& to shoot "" " - - - .01 bis iwu-ing ne mieinp u 10 iwr- (be Dlavars were enUUwi to 10 ot the interior had ordered a segre-!
...... i. v..M . i""''"" suude a boy friend to accompany un acres for each of the Dehtwares now gatlon of the Delaware lands that the'
i n --
Id li -U Tiny will find i' difficult
i a. h i at!sfactor runclus-i
iln i i. - i ik both
I.Nin n.in predict tba tfi.? wni
It v. . lit. in and Hutnia will b .t
Jul mi pi .ii pullj Pii'in 'he AH
I ill i in ur..' biiikii-K t h o h i .
ips i 11 iue t u
It in i ' i.mkv the RiiNbiau Hne a's
Notice to Water Consumers.
Water is being pumped into the-
main from the Cottonwood river and
will be until further notice.
H. C. Barney
tir ly toe well
" -- I 'declaring that he was going to Ouiaris ijvjng wno hnd puritlcpated in the pur allotment of tbe Cherokees might pro-i
ii i. mi court .1 Tennessee is If people were compelled to HWUd 1flt.n to putc t0 work on a che Tbere art oo of hese. The eed. the Dawes commission wasflght-
t.. .l.s.rimlnate h- ween bran ly voice to their thoughts few men would' h A information concerning n. HPnl thlr rlorht to share inC the nl.n of sesreeation on the
have he nerve to sing in pubi.e lne prc8inl location o( he missing fur.her in the tribal benents. They -.und that it was fraudulent and in-1
iljoy iil be greatly appre'lated by aiso conceded that thi c'escendants.of eluded lands that had never belonged i
.n.. . ...... .... v" r Mr all( Mrg Harwofx jj c nicKSHna hf .riKjnai Delaware were entltleJ to the Delav.ares It wan further al i
Ktfei Oklahoma C'ty t0 the rights of the tribe but nosh- legcd bat the promoters of '.he Dela
ins mre In each of these points the
DEWEY ON THE STAND. C'.ierokees were sustained
nmif-n i I miaii may be a co.itln ( N x)(lftltll Pr.gs ) The caUn for he ix-lev.arts was ta-
! f-a-- but .m- peojil. think aj Ncrt K March rhauncey ken ud by Rlcharc. Adams a Dela-
Midi f. a-- i the best way of get- IKwo r v witne-m -tan th s v.are Mr Adams wen' to Washing- DtweR commission end the depart-' pee'ed will attend the shoot.
g h nit I'd iiin 1 mornluc '-"i' -m en s-fXEm'aailoi gr i ' . ' '' Miirirri . '
i al 'aki-n up t'X tne sate w:o
the Hitlour un-"!! vesterday Dewey cor-
rnliMlujI Ih.. fru Imrin.' tt M-ltl-ltt '
l riK thai evi n f t'u y I'm
l hchool -!i ' lri-n 'an
i 'ih-iii becaur i- i'.n wtl
'u iniuuiuaoe h' T tiamvi
( iK a irinvni'ss equal to 'bat of bis
p o after paying a plumbers b II
FROM LAST TO FIRST
ware claim were us'ni It as a means
cf cove-lng up excessive land hr.ld.ags i
c ntrary to law.
Thi.it! vvas friction bvweini the 20
Sportsmen to Meet at Oklahoma City
The fifth annual tournament of the.
Territorial Sportsmen's association
will be held in Oklahoma City .May 18-
A number of Guthrie men it is e-
People used to take plain
cod liver oil for coughs colds
. I.il . Robber!1- also tv tb
I. w.-p of Mcfiur poiuica. throat and lunc: troubles after
lie nm I-
lake would probably tak
t ui.ii n himself
'T. i Feiguson is much wi'Mlr
i hi- b'mtnrlac fcroic
t it.e Repull'euu machine In
hi '. he ih accredfei with
that machine lactic; at 'ru
es( r i nil will bring ilisfti'er tj
pui i i an party " l'h a
rv slat -mon cun. : ! l'oai t
; :ui '" ! h t-r-.
. niO'1 t Jr. i'uc"i
i We 'ir hfv 1. j ujv.
;nu" i immud v r ih-
tut i iti macrt'i a- h ' w"
ic .im d . us enoi t ci . ' .i .i:
tbnriie rig the pew bolder mtu the
ttlon tua b" U tli- n..i l. l-k
other remedies had failed.
Scott's Emulsion is the
modern idea of cod liver oil
- the firt instead of the last
resorr when such ailments
The taste of the oil is not
;parent and the oil itself is
paitly digested makes it
av) for the stomach. Scott's
Emulwon ih a quick reliable
help at a.l ages.
to the effect thstt thtSierrys persacu
ed them ihat the Herrys opened fire
on the day of fa'al fight and !-
I it wjc v and Mcllrlde ha 1 shot in self f
The lsit number .f ihe lecture
course TbW Is what llunsoll H Coin-
well one of the greatest orators of tbe
day snys of Colonel Bain He Is a
popular orator In t s most a'tractive
sense H is the most wid ly known
lecturer of the day
Supre-Tie Court Meets March 3.
In the supreme cour oilsy was rji .1
the case of Amelia M Hni rsi
Samuel Murphy and A H Classen an
appeal from Oklahoma county a valu-
able claim there being nvi.t '.j in
the lower court the won.au lost the
For Drugs and
C. R. Renfro
206 W. Oklahoma AveM Opposite Postoffice.
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