The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 117, Ed. 1, Wednesday, June 1, 1904 Page: 3 of 8
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Promotes DigcslhrnChecr Pur-
ncss and Rest Contains neillicr
NOT TiJiflC OTIC .
lUiiuy ii nanr
Aperiecl Remedy forConsUjM-
Worms .Convulsions .Fcvcnslv
ness nnd Loss OF Sleep.
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INDIAN OIL LEASES APPROVED.
The First Cherokee Contracts Were
Approved by Secretary Hitch-
cock. Special to Dally Leader.
Muskogee I. T. Juno 1. Twenty-
ono oil leases mado In tho Cherokee
nation all of which had been approv-
ed by tho secretary of tho Interior
wero returned hero yesterday. These
aro the first oil leases approved In the
Cherokee nation. It lo the beginning
of tho development of ihd oil re
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Ready for 365 smooth comfortable
shaves each year. With ordinary careful
use will keep an edge for years without
Hirschi & knebel
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
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sources ot that nation. Tho leases
cover 1500 acres of land and most
of them are In the vicinity of Bartles-
vllle. Only ono remedy In tho world that
will at once stop itchiness of the skin
In any part of tho body; Doan's Oint
ment. At any drug store oo cents.
Dr. Weaver' Syrup
Purifle tbt Mood ; Cento (ointment) for the ikin.
If you want tho best for tho loar
get It at Economy Grocery.
MINING IN INDIAN TERRITORY.
Official Reports Show an Increase
the Coal and Asphaltum
Spoplal to Dally Leader
Muskogee I. X. June 1. The census
bureau has just mnde public a pre-
liminary report of the mining Industry
of Indian territory at the close of the
vnr IflilS Ttm Bnvorntnpnt nomnlln-
Hon nt thnt tlmo showed that there
wore In operation seventy-nine mine. I
quarries and wells where coal and as
phaltum wero produced. Tlioso mines
wore In the hands of thirty-nine oper-
ators nnd woco paying In snlarlos to
officials and clorka $263171. To wage
oarnors was paid fSiS332S dlstrlbut-j
ed to 41 IS wage Oarnors.
Thorc wore in operation in Indian
territory 114 coal and fourteen asphalt
mines when tho last report of the
Indian Inspector was mado Juno 10.
1008. These mlnos wero at that time
paying n royalty ot ?2008C a year.
There wero 3216076 tons of coal min-
ed that year. Snoo the publication of
this report there ljnvo been many oOal
mines opened in the Creek and Chero-
kee nations but these have boon On
allotments owned by cltUens. No roy-
alties were paid on the con I ft dm
theftp mliftos nnd therefore It is Impss-
slble to compile statistics about them.
For a Presbyterian Church.
Special to Dally Loador.
Marietta I T. June 1. Bov. Mat-
thews of Durant a Presbytorlan
preacher has boon conducting; a moot-
Ing in tho Methodist church hero dur
ing tho last wcok. Ho has gathered
toiothor quite a numbor of Prosbytor-
lan? and money is bolng raised for
tho purpose ot building a Presbyter-
Ian church at Marietta.
Notice to the Public.
All persons desiring to rent rooms
for clubs can secure the Bame by ap-
plying to T. A. Neal at office or John
Von Elm at Hlrschl & Knobol's storo.
Theso rooms are known as Caalry
band headquarters and will bo Im-
mediately nowly fitted up with nlco
furniture. Tho front room will bo only
rented to ladlos' societies.
Minstrel Coming Under Canvas June 6
A. G. Allen's Big Original Now Or
leans Minstrels with an avalanche of
brilliant new attractions undor his
mammoth now canvas theatre chaste
moral and refined In tone unparalleled
In daring exploits and thrilling feat-
ures ever presented by any show. Tho
funniest comodians the most laugh-
ablo pantomimes the most adroit and
graceful pastimes presented by many
acknowledged loading colored per-
formers known to tho tnlnstrol world.
Owing to the largo seating capacity
ot his tent tho prlco of admission Is
placed at 25 and 35 cents.
Corps of Teachers Elected for Public
Special to Dally Leader.
Ardmore I. T. Juno 1. Tho follow-
ing teachers havo been elected for the
ensuing year: Prof. H. A. Stanley.
Misses Townsond Pulllam. Comogys
Almond Boll Brooks Hardy Mat-
thows. Walker Bamburg Tomory
Campboll Hartloy Woods Alexandor
Carr and Barrott; Mesdamos New-
comb Abornathy Jordan Urblack
Bruco anil Washington Colorod: J. A
Soay principal; Llllle Saunders Su-
sie Prico and Pearl Choioo.
Mothers! Mothers! Mothers!
How many chlldron aro at this sea-
son fovorlsh and constlpatod with
bad stomach and headache. Mothe
Gray's Sweot Powders for Children
will always cure. If worms aro pres-
ent thoy will certainly removo them.
At all druggists. 2G cts. Sample mail-
on1 FREE. Addrosa Allen S. Olm-
stead. Le Roy N. Y.
Our prices are from S to 20 per ceut
lower than the "Exclusive agents"
Say did you know Simon Pure Bak
ing Powder Is tho best and purest?
No bottor made. Try It All first
class grocers sell It Not made by the
trust but manufactured by Gllllland's
Baking Powder company Cameron
Misourl. Tho Williamson Hateall
trailer are the jobbers. Call for
Simon Pure Baking Powdsr "22 years
The World's Fair.
In making your arrangeine&te for
the world's fair at St. Louts this sum-
mer It you consider convenience and
saving of time you will take ths Wa
bash Railroad as It runs by nnd steps
at Us station at the entrance of the
fair grounds; thua saving several
milos run and return and the Inevlt
able lam a the big Union station. Bj
all means consider the advantages ot
MENU FOR A DAY. O
Thursday June 2
Grape Nuts Sujar and Cream
Meat Balls Stewed Potatoes
Potuto Chowder Brown Bread
Strawberry Short Cake. Ton.
Ox Tall Soup
Stewed Beefstoak Now Potatoes
Corn Staroh Pudding
Ask Your Dealer for Allen's Foot-Ease
A powder for tho feoL It euros Swol-
len Soro Hot Callous Aching Sweat-
ing Foot Corns and Bunions. At all
Druggists nnd shoo stores 25c. Ask
Examination at Tishomingo Aug.
and 26 No Summer Normal.
Spoolal to Dally Loador.
The National Educational Examin-
ing hoard of the Ohtookasaw nation
will hold an oxaminatlon for teachers'
certificates at Tishomingo I. T. on
Aug. 2fi and 80
. All teachers who pass
tlon will bo glvon a certlflcato which
entitles them to teach not only In tho
Chickasaw schools but In all national
schools in Indian territory.
No teacher will bo allowed to draw
a national bond without holding a cer-
tlflcato from tho National board of
On account ot so many teachers de-
siring to attend tho World's fair
which would necessitate a vory short
term at best tho Chickasaw officials
havo decldod to hold no national sum
mer normal this season.
Tho dates for closing tho schools
In the Chickasaw nation nave been
fixed upon as lollows: Bloomflold
seminary Bloomflold I. T Juno 9;
Orphans' home Lebanon Juno 7;
Harloy Institute Tishomingo. Juno
14; Bock academy Wapanucka Juno
15 Collins Institute Stonewall June
17. All national neighborhood schools
will closo Juno 15.
Try Holnz's puro food presorves
and Murdock's O. P. T. extracts and
spices at Economy Grocory.
"Intondlng visitors to Saint Loula
during the World's Fair can assuro
thorasolvcs satisfactory rooming ac-
commodations through the Merchants'
Scrvlco Company at a nominal ex-
pense. For particulars apply to noarost
Frisco Systom Agent."
Root at the ball games. Pull for
Guthrlo. Afogs for sale at Loador of-
flco. 15c 25c and 50c.
If you aro somebody's also dlssatls-
flod custorrer try us. Economy Gro-
cory. Harry's hack line desorvos your
patronage Calls promptly answorod.
Oklahoma Avo. Stables Grtssom &
Smith. Phono 72.
Tandem for $20.
Tandom for sale at I oader office.
Quthrle Towel 8upply.
Towels and aprons ot all kinds fur
Dished at very reasonable rates. Scs
me bofore you buy. Walter Hammocli
Overheard on the Pike.
Mr. Easy "Why should popU vis-
iting the exposition at night use more
Allen's Foot-Ease than In daytime?"
Miss Footo "Keoause under the
brilliant Illumination ot the grounds
every foot hsoomes an acre!"
Mr. Easy "Pair only fair! Pray
conduct me to the nearest drug store
and I promise never to accept a sub-
stitute for you or for Allen's Foot-
Foot Note The twain will be made
one In June.
In bundles ot 100 tied 25c hundred
To the Wlnfield Assembly Via Santa
The Wlnfield Chautauqua assembl
June 14 and continue forlf thin mmmnv will iadlv auimiv in.
ending Friday night. Junei0llirers Wth folders and booklets xh
24th. This is the great event in the
calendar of Southern Kansas and
Northern Oklahoma and thousands
"KING OF BOTTLED BEERS"
BUDWEISBR 1 brandsd on th cork to guard against dtcsptlon.
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n St. Louis U.S.A.
WkU'I Fair Ytltteri win AM th Antnoijr-Baic Bwrtry th BftwfeU fMtv
t th WotU't Fair City. All an wtlwra.
Orders Promptly Filled by -J
R. W. BLACK Distributor Ctathrio Old.
Coleman's Cost mark is
J F COLEMAN X Z
1 2 3456789 0 RopeoUor
I am selling- this stock at the-
Above Cost Mark y0olfnd seo for
Men's Rubber Boots $2-50
Boys K bber Boots $139
Ladies Rubber Overshoes 39
I sew up and peg all rips until you throw your shoes away
n5 W. Harrison Ave. $
never tried us
If so you have an excellent opportunity of
doing so this week at saving prices.
Have just received a large line of Basket fired
Japan Imperia.1. Gunpowder Oolong and
English Breakfast Teo.s extra fine in quality.
To introduce them w propose- selling them
this week at from 10 to 15 cents a pound less than
they can be bought for elsewhere.
Order your favorate Tea early!
J. W. Murray Proprietor.
(First published in the Dally Loader
May 20. 1901.)
Application for Liquor License.
Territory of Oklahoma Logan Coun-
Noticr is hereby given that
J. S. Herber
has this day lllod in the office of th
County Clurk in and for said County
his petition asking that llcon) b
granted him to sell at re ail malt.
spirituous and vinous liquors on
Lot 10. block 15 Fifth ward. Town
cf Croucout. O. T In said County ttii 1
Jf nn protest be filed on or before
the 9th day of Juns 1M4
bis petition will b granted &a
Witness my hand and the boqI of
said County hereto affixed this
36th day of May. 1904.
(8ISAL) N. J. C. Johnson
fly J N Burnett Deputy.
attfuci ca h session (or the outing
Rlunc Inland park where the assemb-
ly is lii-ld. 1h (id ii of th- Imtllt-M spots
In the west and all th. pluasmo of
fikliinu'. boating out iloor h porta and
camp lite are here to be found.
An exceptionally strong protrmtn is
arranged for this year and all afenta
Ins full details
Rxruralon tickets from Qutb-'-
oofit 11 55 round trip. They will fee
The Standard of Quality
by which all other Beers
Highest in price but
leads in sales. 100402500
bottles sold in 1903.
BE THAT YOU
Cor. Harrison MLnd
LOST OPPORTUNITIES CAN NOT
We ar making a special aalc ot
HAMMOCKS at TWtjirkably low
priofs. Unprecedented aluu ial
should not be mUued
TlM Una of hatniiMH-ks earned la
lery complete and Inn r sting
Thf closely woieii fuiuy hammo'-i.e
aro ory pftttv ami si r loeablc v.
onY-r thiii) at ruluciil prices for tin
KKW ORK HAHDWAIte SToUtf
good until June 25th imperial ar
tlon will l- shown to parties who huvi
cam pint-- out luggage to skip
For full particulars Inquire of
T. E. Purdy Ageut
Tits AUlhitsti Topeka ft Santa Fe Ity
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The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 117, Ed. 1, Wednesday, June 1, 1904, newspaper, June 1, 1904; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc76113/m1/3/: accessed September 25, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.