The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 91, Ed. 1, Saturday, April 30, 1904 Page: 3 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA SATURDAY APRIL 30 1904.
PAWNEE COUNTY DEMICRAT3.
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Small babies quickly grow to
large babies when fed on Mel-
on's Food. Mellin'a Food
furnishes material for growth.
A i.mnta of Mellln'a Food coiti tou nothing
but the aikine. Will you not then uk for
it for your baby's Kite?
MELLIH'3 FOOD CO.
DR. F. D. STALFORD Dentist
Rooms 2 and 3 over Guthrie Savings
Bank. Phone No. 80.
Cor First and Harrison. Guthrie Okla.
Meet' In County Convention and
lect Delegates to Apadarko.
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"The Straight Line."
T5)e St- Louis El
Reno (Si Westeri
Guthrie lo El Reno.
QUICK SERVICE AND THE
BEST OF ACCOMMODATIONS
108!2 E. Okla.
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Special to Dally Loader.
Pawnee Okla. April 3J. The Dem-
ocrats ot Pawnee county represented
by delegates assembled at the court
Iioubo this week there was a large
attendance moro than 100 being pres-
ent from nil parts of the county ana
perfect harmony and pood foellng pre-
vailed. Chairman Seovora called tho con-
vention to onler and was oloctod
chairman and C. S. O'Dryan waB
Tho object of tho convuntlon was
statod being to select 13 delegates
to tho. Anadarko convention.
C. J. Wrlghtsman moved that Judgo
Eagleton be doclarod tho nomlnoo of
this convention for dologato to St.
Louis and ho be allowed to soioct 13
delogatea and 18 alternates to vote
ns n unit nnd as long as his name
was before tho convention. This mo-
tion was carried without a dissenting
A committee on resolutions was
appointed and the following roeolU'
done were presented and adopted a
portion of tho resolutions being as
The Democracy of this oounty re-
spectfully urgos the support of tho
Domocrats throughout tho torrltory.
I In behalf of tho election ot Judge
(L Western. Engloton who Is most omlnontly qual
ified for tho honor sought
The Democracy of Pawneo county
hereby pledges to the territory at
large that tho home county of Dele-
gate McGuire will give a triumphant
majority to Ma opposing candidate
whoever he may be.
Judgo Eagloton presented tho fol-
lowing delegates and alternates for
tho consideration of tho convention
who were approved unanimously:
Delegates: Wm. Murdock H. E.
Thompson. John Wolkor J. M. McCul-
lorn J. M. Swan. J. Q. Nowoll C. S.
O'Bryan H. D. McCauley C. J.
Wrlghtuman A. H. Bagby. J. M.
McGeo Jno. N. Shoplor G. M. Wooms.
Alternates: D. V. Cium Frank
Goodwin Frank Hudson E. E. Klg-
gins J. N. Coulter L. P. Moslcr M. F.
Lake. W. A. Cannon R. S. Neff J. H
Fisher Frank C. Shoemaker S. S.
Slonn J. R. Fleming.
WHAT A GRADUATED NURSE SAYS.
Or ala. Fla.. Nov. 23 ITJ03.
It h with genuine pleasure I recommend Wino of Cardui to women suffering with the
troubles peculiar to tho box. In my experlenoe of over sixteen years I have never found anything
which would so qulokly restore young mothers to strength nor do I know of any medtoino bettor
for a pregnant woman to take to induce easy childbirth a healthv child and comfort to both
mother and child. In my opinion Wino of Cardui is the best medicine for a woman suffering
from ulceration inflammation falling of tho womb or ovarian troubles and I have known dozens
of caea where women were advised y tho doctors to submit to operations but who were cured
simply by takinc Wino of Cardui a few month). In
fact my porronal experience with this rollablo remedy f s
has been of such a satisfactory nature that I mo3t ""J& SC 55t
gladly give you this unsolicited testimonial. r
Graduated Norte The Dlea IloiplW Kw Orleans La
Wino oCarriui is a help to women in every trial in life.
Painful periocis all-tired-out feelinnr backache and headache bearing down
pains and nervousness are cured by this successful woman'? medicine.
When childbirth is dangerous when a mother's life seems to be in the
balance Wine of Cardui comes to the rescue.
Wine of Cardui is a medicine for every woman. Many hospitals have it on
hand for continual use. It has made 1500000 cures. You want health and you
can get it by following Mrs. Willis' advice when she says take Wine of Cardui.
You can secure a $1.00 bottle of Wine of Cardui today from your druggist
and take it in the privacy of your home.
T. L. WOLF
U uuereitea ami Miouia snow
MARVEL Whirling Spray
ITbe new Twl.tl Sjrl.r.. lnjio
Hon an auction iimi at.
11 mom lonTenienw
mal. There were four contestants
and all did exceptionally well but tho
Judges decided that Alva Wilson 011
"la Twontioth Contury Greatness
Groat" won tho first placo and the
$20 prize and Jamos Kolso on "The
Gift of tho Oppressed" second win
nlng tho ftO prize. Prof. Massoy nnd
dinner time camo the boy
pu: In an appearance. On
nto Held they found tno poor
fellow's body under the drag with
the life crushed out of It. The "drag'
conslstod of two heavy log) bound to-
jrethor and was 'used to smooth the
cotton ground. It Is thought the boy
failed to fcK2'eKIK
going to $
Mr utl I -ircc-vm- t
Miss Mnudo Prlco of Wellington was riding It and In some manner got 1
Kunsas and Itev. Mayo Judgo Pan-
coast. Hon. T. J. Womack and Prof.
Vinson of Alva woro tho Judgos.
Oratorical Contest at Alva.
Special to Dally reader.
Alva Okla. April 30. Tho annual
oration contest was held at tho nor-
OOOOOOOOOOOO OO OOOOOOOOOOOOOO C
File Your Wants
RATES. f FOR SALE TOWN PROPERTY.
"I have boon subject to sciatic rheu-
matism for years" says E. H. Wald-
ron of Wilton Junction Iowa. "My
Joints wore stiff and gave mo muoh
pain and discomfort. My Joints would
crack when I Btralghtonod up. I us-
od Chaiuborlaln's Pain Balm and have
been thoroughly curod. Havo not had
a pain or aoho from tho old trouble
for many months. It Is certainly n
most wonderful liniment. ror sale
by J. N. Wallace.
under It nnd tho looso dirt smothered
him to doath and tlion tho logs crush-
ed him. Ho was burled at Noblo on
Friday. Norman Democrat.
Five cents per lino first Insertion;
two and one-half cents per lino each
BOTH PRIVATE and company money
to loan on city property. Phone 47.
J. B .Green.
FOR SALE Good all purposo norso
buggy and harness. Enqulro 1013
LOST Gold stickpin surmounted by
Elk head. Finder return to Loader
office and receive Toward.
FOR SALE Flvo goou lots in new
town of Hunter Garfield county
Reasonable good Investment. Addres
C. T. Wish Guthrie Okla.
Assessment of Edmond Township.
Special to Dally Leader
Edmond Okla. April 30. Tho as
sossmont ot Edmond township for tho
year ns shown by tho assossor report
show tho following amount of prop-
erty: No. of horses 445
No. ot mulos 00
No. of cattle 1123
No. of swlno COO
Value of porsonal property ... 138.020
Valuo of real property 7S.310
The population was Gti.
Tne assessment this year shows a
decrease of about $30000. on account
of tho rato 6f assessing was cut down.
Are You a Dyspeptic?
It you aro a Jl;;-itlc you owo it
to yourself and your friends to get
woll. Dyspepsia annoys tho dyspep-
tic's frlonds because his dlsoago sours
his disposition as woll as his stomach.
Kodol Dyspopsla Cure wilt net only
euro dyspopsla indigestion and sour
stomach but this palatable rocon-
strue'lvo tonic dlgostant strengthens
tho wholo dlgostlvo apparatus and
sweetens tho llfo as well 03 ho stom
ach. Whon you tako Kodol Dyspopsla
Curo tho lood you eat is onjoyod. It
Is digested assimilated and Its nutri-
ent properties appropriated by the
blood and tlssuos. Hoalth Is tho re-
sult. f?old by J. N. Wallace.
WM f aWlelBr' I)
GIN LOCATION Free gin site glvei
In CastH Creek natlou Indian ter
rltory. New town excellent lo'atfon
No gin there. Large crop assured. Gin
must be built at once. Address .
Smith Western Railroad Townslte C
Weleotka. I. T.
Guthrlt Towel 8upply.
Towels and aprons of all kinds fun
blshed at very reasonable rates. So
me beforo you buy. Walter Hammock
For the Lawyer.
For Sale Seven (7) volumes of de-
cisions o! tho department of the Inter-
ior relating to public lands.
One volume Taylor's Pleadings and
Practise Kansas). Address Tho
Leador Guthrie Okla
Tickets on salo dally until April 30
1S04. to tho principal winter resorts ok
Mississippi Georgia Alabama Flori-
da Tennessee South Carolina Louis-
iana and Texas. Return limit June 1
Full details on application.
C. W. Strain
Dlv. PasB Agent. Wlohlta Kaa.
LADIES to do piecework at their
homos; wq furnBh all matoriale
and pay $7 t5 $12 weekly Pond stamp-
ed envelope to Royal Co. 34 E Mon-
roo S'. Chicago.
CIRCULAR and samplo distributers
wanted everywhere. No canvassing-
Good pay. Cooperative Adv. Co. N. Y.
a a g n? o si. x A.
Bears th A m m A'3" Bo3'l
Terrible Death of Young Hunger.
Tho 10 year old son of Mr. and Mrs.
5am Bungnr of tho Chickasaw coun-
try met a torrlblo death on Thursday
of last woek. They llvo twolvo mIlo
southwest of Norman and tho little
hoy had been sont to tho field with o
team hitched to a "drag" and whon
Mr. R. L. Smith the new proprietor
of the Merchant's cafe Invitee the
public to visit his popular eating
house. He will furnish the best there
is of everything gocd to oat.
Aro the ones which point to SPHYNX COFFEE
as being tho mo. t perfect kind. The great number
of. people whojliue using SPHYNX COFFEE
would not do so-if it was a superior" and satisfactory
ColTeo in every respect. AlwayB Fresh Eoasted.
Made by tho For Sale Exclusively by
Oriental Coffee Co. J. W. MURRAY Guthrie.
and the new counties In Wetdern Ok-
lahoma also all points on the Rock
Island System. Including Choctaw
Division can now be reached to best
advan'age by the New Line.
The St Louis El Reno & Western
Trains leave Guthrl from Santa
F (Union.) Station.
PTn 1T " k lift rwikfrnWtmlki
Tho liquid wonder of tho vegetable
world Scotch Tone.
WHITE GLOVES FOR JUDGE.
SISTERS IN DESPAIR. Speedy Relief.
Abnormal suppression any cause.
Write for remedy. Sarfe furt. Dr.
Martha Walker Co 1G8 State. Chicago.
HIGH CLASS SPECIALTY SALES
MAN at once; established hous
staple line. High commission oontrnot
with $85 weekly advance while trav-
allne. Merle. Smith & Co.. 90 to 86
Prospect St.. Cleveland. O.
City Property For Trade.
I have all kinds of city property to
trade for farms.
. R. A. Gaffney
LADTBS: Several vacancies open to
complete list easy sewing for us at
home $l weekly. Addressed envel-
ope for lace sample. Majestic I.ace
Co. New York.
nnn nmtni Cah& ltitnAlncr nnrBAr (if
I run IVJiil l jwh ..v..mq. ...-. --
F Sanr.n.1 nnd Noble. (12.00 Dr mOUth
1st of May. J- B. Green.
For Farm Folks
A new attractive. Interesting farm
Journal "The Earth". Devoted to
th Great Southwest. Us Industries
cllmao and opportunities. Write for
samplo copy "oo year's subscrip-
tion. 25 cts. Issued numthly pro-
fusely Illustrated Address. The Earth
1118 Railway Exchange Ch'cago.
FOR RENT 16 North First street
aad 008 East Oklahoma svenue. by
A. G. Kesler. MS Nor h Broad street.
Hand made shoes that lit and
wcjar. Best Repair work in the
city. Of course you know him
W. W. BRO7N
Boot and Shoe Shop-
Cor. Oklahoma and and Broao
No Matter What Doc
tors Say We Know
That Heart Trou-
ble in Many-
Cases Can Be
There aro seven main features of
heart disease viz.: (1) Weakness or
Debility; (2) nheumatlsm or Neuralgia;
(3) Valvular Disorder; (I) Dilation;
(6) Enlargement: (6) Fatty Degenera-
tion: (7) Dropsy.
Documentary evidence will provo
thousands of so-eaUed "Incurables" havo
been absolutely cured by Dr. Miles'
New Heart Cure.
Patients often havo no Idea their dis-
ease Is heart trouble but oaorlbo It to
Irullgeetlon Liver Complaint ote.
Here aro some of the symptoms:
Shortness of breath after exercise.
Smothorinff Spells. Tain In Chest left
Shoulder and arm. Discomfort In Lying
on one side. Ftelntlng Bpellft. Nervous
Couglu Swelling of Feet and Ankle.
Paleness of Face and I J pa. Palpitation.
Nightmare. Irregular Pulse
"I have great falUj In Dr. Miles' New
Heart Cum. and week of It merit
whenever opportunity presents 1 aan
new go up ana uown siairs wm .
where three weeks ago I oould hardly
walk one block." One year later. "I
am still In good health; the Heart Cure
did bo much for me that I find It a far
greater medicine than you claimed It
to be." 8. 1) VOUNU. I. D.. 67 North
Pine ot Natchez. Ulss.
Money back If nrst bottle falls to benefit.
J L. Pancoast "Remembered" Be-
cause Woodward County is
It you will pay a vidt tothe
Carriage and Wagn Work?
822 S. Division St
We will show you how wt
tiuhten loose wairon and buggy
tires without cutting welding and beating them thus preserv-
ing the wood -work from injury a wonderful invention which
cost a large 3um of money in order to be up-to-date. Ovr shop
has the Only Henderson T'ro Setter In this section of the
United States. We also have the very latest Goodyear Rubber
Tire Machine. We put first quality rubber tltes on any wheel
that rolls buggy or wagon. New vehicles made to older Re-
pairing painting and trimming our specialty. Yo-i ore Invited
to visit our factory the best equipped la tre 'Southwest.
First class Horseshoing SCHICKP.AM.O WICKMAM
Spoolal to Dally Load or.
Woodward Okla. April SO. The
members of the Woodward oounty bar
reUved an old feudal custom wnen
the presented Judge J. L. Pancoast
several days ago with a pair of white
Hlove In token ot the fact that the
Woods county grand Jury had wot re-
turned an Indictment against any per-
son In the lwt six months. The pre-
sntatlon was made by D. P. Marum.
In replying. Judge Paneoast said
he did not believe conditions In Wood-
ward oounty were due so much to his
enforcement of the law as to the bet-
ter cUIsenshlp t!t was coming con-
stantly Into the county. In earlier
days Woodward county had the repu-
tation of being a country where every
man carried a gun aad was ready to
tie the affair there will be two attor-
neys claiming- to ropresenf the
I Creeks In case Secrotary imcnooon
approves the new appointment.
Nothing Equal to Chamberlain's Colic
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
"We have used ChamberJala's Col-
ic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy In
our family for yews." says Mrs. J. is.
Cooke of Nederlaads Texas. "We
have given it to all of our children.
We have used other medicines for the
same purpose but havo neir found
anytuing to equal Chamberlain's it
you will use It as directed it will al-
ways cure." For sale by J. N. Wallace
Grand Excursion to
NEW CREEK NATION ATTORNEY.
TTT''C Write us and we will mall
X JCUCifj you a lreo Trial Package of
Dr. Miles' Antl-Paln Pills the New.
Belentlflo Remedy for Pain. . Also Symp-
tom lilank for our Specialist to dlagaMo
your case and tell you what Is wrong
North Carolina Man Is Appointed to
Succeed A. P. Murphy.
Special to Dall. LMdor
Muskog.ee I. T. April .30. Cuter
Porter lias appointed W. B. Motte of
North Carolina to succeed A. P Mur-
phy as attorney for the Creek nation
and ht'i asked the secretary of tin-
Interior to approve Ws appointment.
Farms to Trade.
I have farms to trade for elty prop
erty. Call at the Capital Otty Busl
R. A. Gaffney
Patrick Employment Agency.
We furnis.lt all kinds of help skilled
and unskilled white and colored male
and ffeale free of charge to em-
ployer. Office 10T South Second St
P. O. Box 277. Phone 781.
Held at the Famous 101
SUNDAY MAY 8.
Special train will leave Guth-
rie 10:10 a. m. and on return
will arrive at 8 p. ra.
Accommodations for all.
For particulars Inquired
T. E. PURDY Agent.
To Allot the Choetaw Pine Lands.
Special to Daily Leader.
Muskogee I. T. prll ".' -Tin-Daw
commission received orders
Motte is a brother-in-law of Senator from Washington today to erocee
Prttrhard with the allotment of the pine lands
Murphy in the meantime. U hold of the Choctaw nation. There are
on and says he will bring suit .400.000 acre ot mis tanu. wmi
Until tne courts set- withdrawn irom aiiouneiu. xu .
for his salary.
mission askiuic congress to sell the
timber separately for the trioe. 'i iht-
are IVa billion feet of ldue lumU-r
on Uh land. A crowd of Indians has
b .-i. hanging around the land offlcu
at Aioka tor two weeks wsitiim f"r
1 hit .rder that they might file on tho
ImmU sod sell the timber fur cash.
DO YOU WANT YOUR STOVE
TAKEN DOWN AND STORED FOR
THE SUMMER IN A GOOD DRY
WARE ROOM7 IF SO CALL UP
THE FOSTER TRANSFER CO.
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