The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 143, Ed. 1, Thursday, July 7, 1904 Page: 3 of 8
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THE LEADER QUTHRIE OKLAHOMA THURSDAY JULY 7 1904. -
C PAQE THREE
Trail can be Followed
by Howl of Prop-
lot -owner-thcraaelr Bhoved tho4 .ALLOTMENT OF. PASTURES
prlnos skywards demanding and re
ceiving lor an occupancy right nearly Homestead Filings by Osage Tribe of
nn nuicii as a reo BimpiO ti-uuiu fitjn
Muskogee L T. July 7. A loud nnd
continuous howl is coming from tho
towns of tho Choctaw nation whero
tue townslte appraisers are at work
over tho prices that are being put on
tho lots. Tho appraisers aro now at
work at Colgate. Lehigh and Hugo.
7. Ono ot
the first matters of Importance to bo
for. It is said that there is one mom-
.. nf ilia tmvnnltn onmnilMloil who
WUl Vk . w. w- .
has a habit of dropping Into a town Special to Dally Leader
unannounced and gooa around RotUng i Pawhuska Okla. July
tho property ownors to sot prices on
their lots. A little lator no uoos up . . . -
as a towns to appra set and when he p rough oand.
appraises tho lots at he prices asked ni)p0luted agent for the
by the owner there Is a great howL IndIanS( hQ Umt
Appraisements made on town lots are nllntninnt of homestead lands
about rfoublo what they would nave
been a year ago.
i Tin Kind m Haw wwys wgm
jj ins mho ma na
of tho allotment of homestead lands
to tho mombors of that tribe. While
man ot theso allotments havo boon
Uken and approved by former agents
yet recent ovents endanger tho valid-
ity 'of tl'oso allotments and may call
for a strict investigation".
For aevornl months prior to tho sus
pension and almost Immediate resigna
. A M.NIQUE gECpRD .
It Cannot Fall to Win Admiration In W FOR
Guthrie. M oAL.ll
The trail of tho appraisers can no' .. '..... nm.0w ivmnfi
SrttamlScSr I On Saturday. July 23rd. the M.K.& t.on ot the Interior department the
in lTPa t t S appraisers have Jr. Ry. will sel round-tr.p tickets to Osages were allowed t he pr.v Uogo o
in no iut t f . o.v Tickets aro cootl Jl Ins on WO aorofl of land each the
i a .--noiri nr-n r l rm n it i 1111 iiil ul v kid wa . - -
owners had only an occupancy right returning up to midnight. July 80th.
and accordingly they placed a low Children one-half tho regular ono way
valuo on tho lots. As time passed tho rate. Seo "Katy's" agont.
JULY CLEARANCE SALE
of Wall Paper and Room Mouldings.
on entire stock
And 50 per cent on about twenty pat-
I terns which we desire to close out.
samo to bo known as a "iiomesioau
filing." Thus lu a peacoaulo anti ia
A BQNIFIDE SLAUGHTER
Good until July 9th -not a day more. $
1 Guthrie Wall Paper & Paint Co. 1
g Phone 775. AAJ ulvia- -"v- ?
?i 40. I P. Wmm Jk V
o n w c. ot
Coleman's Cost mark is
J F COLEMAN X Z t
12 3456789 0 R-epeader
I am selling this stock at the
Above Cost Mark Lifnd see for
Men's Rubber Boots $2.50
Boys Rubber Boots $1.39
Ladies Rubber Overshoes 39
I sew up and peg all rips until you throw your shoes away
NEW YORK RACKET
n5 W. Harrison Ave.
y-. CLTOvas. Vrsl. Fhawk DAte. V-Presldent. . J- W. PKBur VPrMt.
4tOBSojtt.BBHQ. Cashier H. W. 1'axktkh and Chas. H. Filson. Asft. Qasuiers.
GUTHRIE NATIONAL BANK
g OLDEST IN OKLAHOMA. f
$ Capital $150000.00.
" 'trrfr.0U8S. A. J. SBAT. HlKKT K. ASP.' v
nANK DALE. W. n. COTI.K. J. It. OoTTISOIIAM.
.T W. PEItHT A. O. C. UtKKEII. ROUT. SOIILBBKO.
Through Sleeping Car Service
Santa Fe and Missouri Pacific
TO ST. LOUIS MO.
Commencing June 1 1004 Santa Fe train No. 110. will
carrv a through Pullman sleeping car from Purcell I. T.
to St. Louts Mo. via. the Missouri Pacific Railway from
Kansas Olty Mo. The Missouri Pacific Railway has eight
trains daily each pay between Kansas Oity and St. Louis.
First class service in every re&pect sleeping par-
lor and chair cars electric lights electric fans and elec-
Ask your agent to sell you tickets via. the Missouri
niittntini' tiinnnnr tho Indians wero
thomsolvos accepting tho allotments
alln doing for themselves tho work
lining done for 'the Indian territory
tribos lv tho Dawoa commission.
Tho nrlvllogo ot making a home-
Bioftd Miner was roally tho heglntllnn
of tho final allotment of all IntulB In
that nation and was taken advantage
of by a good majority of tho Osngo
Theso homestead lillngB aro still being
made nnd will when tho tlmo comos.
be ot material bonoflt to thoso who
may to commission Ml to superintend
tho actual allotment ot those Indians.
In order to oncourigo tho Indlnns
in making theso homeiitead filings and
Urns further tho allotment Idea amotyt
thorn it was tho pollc to allow the
homesteaders to enter 'nto contracts
or leases with white men and in many
cases with members of tho Osago
tribe to cultlvato and Improvo the
tends filed upon.
A largo number ot homostfcad fil-
ings woro mado on lands within tho
regularly survoyod pastures on the
niinn. n uroat many of theso
filings were leased Informally ot
course for agricultural purposes anu
when tho clginal pastures were ad
vertised for lease tht year tho acre-
ago represented In the actual Home-
stead filings was deducted from tho
gross area ot Uio several Inclosuros.
Lenses wore mado on tho remaining
acreage in each pasturo and forward
ed to tho lntorlor department lor ap-
proval. In npprovmg tho contracts
the acting secretary of the interior
. n onrh lessee tho option ot in-
rludlng in his leaso tho aroa embraced
in hn Ko-oallml homostoadB not actu
ally occuplod as a homo persouall by
an Indian to be UBod by tho Iossoo and
paid lor at tho same rental paid for
tho ontlre pasturo.
Until tho announcement of the now
loasos Is made it would bo difficult to
Hiimiiso lust what portion of tho lots-
noa of nasturos will want to take ad
vantage ot the option oftorod to thorn;
In fact much of tho acreage inoiuuea
in the homestead filings has been
broken and thus rendered impossible
for grazing purposes while undor the
rules of the department and tho terms
of tho pasturo loases tho land can not
be used for other than grazing pur-
Pobos Much ot the land Is still In
zrass and can bo used for grazing
pvirposes if tho lessees want It.
As thore aro large Interests at siane
in this proposition including man
Indian citls-eus of Pawhuska and oth
er members ot the tribe all who
have selected homoateads muoh anx
iety is being ielt as to tho final out
come of the dopaitmont's action rela-
tive to tho homestead land. Spoclal
Agent Conser. who has been In charge
pending the appointment of a succes-
sor to Mltscher has commenced the
inveetlKatlon of tho matter for the In
terior department acquainting himself
with thus actual conditions. It Is fear
ed among the Influential ana progres
sive trihosmon that the departments
action will Interfere with the final
allotting of lands and probably delay
It for years as the full blood element
and many ot the mixed breeds become
rebellious and ugly when restricted
too much by the department; on Uie
other hand if left alone the allotting
of the lands would bo accomplished
without any trouble whatever.
Cured in 1001.
No recurrence; well In 1908.
Many such cases in Guthrie.
Tho ttnlquo record
Ot Doan's Kidney Pills.
Hpro's a caso In point:
B. A. KInnobrow tinsmith In the
omnloy of tho New York Hardware
nt vn.ati1l.it. nt 410 T.I Pflrblnn Avn
J.t VDIUIIII. lib A. u.....u ..
... .. -- ...llll 1.. U.II-. 3W5S)
3U)a; 1 jiii us niiiiu&ij uuiiuvv-1
ally and enthusiastically eudorsol)
Doan's Kidney Pills today and It Is
tho month of July 1003 as I did In
the month ot May 1901. whon after
taking a course of troatmont they
cured mo of backache attacks of
which I had for far too long a tlmo
to bo pleasant and which woro ofton
so severe that It was only with diffi-
culty that I could stoop or straighten
attor stooping I made a statomont at
that time and allowod It to bo pub-
lished In our Guthrio papors. Now
at this date if tho euro had not boen
permanent I would be tho last person
to ro-ondorse tho claims mado for
this preparation. My father who
lives In Shopard Texas was visiting
mo somo tlmo ago. and while horo
complained of having considerable
backache. I sent him to J. N. Wal
lace's drug storo for Doan's Kldnoy
Pills. Ho took them and I after
wards heard him Bay they wero tho
flnoflt remedy ho .over used. Thoy
.brought him quick relief and soon
entirely cured h.'m."
For sale by all doslora. Price fiO
cents. FoHtor-Mllburn Co. Djiffjalo
N. Y. sole agon's for tho United
Ueraomber the name Doan's and
tako no substitute.
Otto Gasoline Engine
Price $150oo cqlsK If trxkon a.t once.
CaJl at Daily Leader Office
I W jBL. 33 jEk. S 3BL TR
COMMENCING JUNE 5 1904.
Leave Kansas City - - - 11:80 p. m Dally.
Arrive World's Pair Station - - 7:00 a. m. Dally.
Aaive St. Louis (Union Station) 7:15 a. in. Daily.
RQUIPMKNT-l'nllman Sleepers Pree Kecllnttigauatr
Cat and Coaches. Sleepers and Coachoa open at
10:00 p. m. tor ccupanCy.
WAHASU t the ONLY line to WOULU'S VAIU Main
Date. Return Trains Leave St. Louis 11.45 p m
for Kansas Olty.
Ask your Asent for Tickets over the WAHASH
HC. Shields L. S. McClellan
Trav. Pass. Agt. Western Pass. Agt.
903 Main Street
Kansas City Mo.
lit vnM..v. Mn ..r-irmv-i 9
I THE SUUmWliST LIHUTiSlJ
is the ne strain between Kansas City and
Chicago. It runs via the new short line the
Muskogee I. T. July 7. Thoro are
now In the vaults of tho Dawoa com-
mission horo. 7)00 patents to allot
ments In the Choctaw and Chickasaw
nations which havo accumulated he-
causo the commission doos not know
where to sund them for signature by
tho chlofa of thoso tribos.
This grows out of tho fight betwoon
tho tribal authorities of tho Choctaw
and Chickasaw nations to prevent tho
secretary exorcising Jurisdiction ov
er their land. Tho chiofs havo boon
in no hurry to oign tho deeds which
will havo to bo approved by tho sec
retary according to a departmental
ruling and havo not doslgnated any
place where tho commission can do-
liver tho deods to thorn. Neither has
tho department namod a place. The
commission has taken tho matter up
with tho chiefs and askod them to
stato whero thoy will recolvo the
Tho chiofs Insist I hat the Atoka
agreoment gives tho mabsoluto author-
ity over thoso iolcnta ami deny the
right of the saorotary to approve or
i . . .. - c. ;- T
onicago iYiuwauKee a 01. jraui
Electric-lighted throughout The Southwest
Limited is a blaze of glory along the new
route. Its equloment includes compartment
and standard sleepers observation-library
car dining car and coaches. It arrives in the
Heart of Chicago in time to concect with all
eastern trains. If you are going East it is
worth while to write for descriptive booklet.
M. F. SMITH. C. A. G. L. COBB S. P. A.
-S41 Mnin St.. n n.t I iv n. 907 Mtvlrv St . KcnsR-a City.
Through. Sleeping Csxr Service
To St. Loviis Mo.
Katy World's Fair Excursion.
On Saturday July Oth tho M. K. fr
T. Ky. will sell round trip tickets to
ct iMiio tnr 11 9rt TlrkntB nro cood
returning up to midnight ot July 10th.
Children onethalf the regular ono way
fare. See "Katy's" agent.
JTantoL Fe end Missouri Pacific Ry.
C -(. TTI .( XT 1tn1if.iinr Hiil-lii-U nf O-OD n
carries through sleeper to St Louis via. Missouri Pacific
nv. lruni ivuusas oitv lu ot. uuuia iumiuK vi. iunw
named point 7:20 next morning.
Rno flmf vntir Hclrofa rpnfl vln. NTissniiri Pacific be-
tween Kansas Olty and St. Louis. 7 trains daily eacMi way.
C. E. STYLES E. E. BLECKLflY I
" A. 0. P. A. T. P. A. Mo PacMty T
. Kansas City. Mo. WlctaltaAKaj. T
- -- - - A T
C. E. STYLES A. G. P. A-
Kant City Mo.
E. E. ?LECKLEY T. P. A
A 8nake Story.
F M Keller shot u rattlosnnka the
other iifqM which was five feet tour
Inchon 'ong and weighed five and a
halt pounds. ' It was causing a grtat
commotion nnionc the chlckons and
had tmten six turkey eggs from undr
n wtting hn. Okaroho Time.
In bundle ot 100 tied 86a hundred.
Safeguard the Children.
Notwithstanding all that U done
bv boanls of Iwalth and oharlUbly
Inrllnad persons the death rate
among smull children is vory Wh
during the hot weather of the sum-
mor months in tho largo oltlea. There
Is not probably ono caso of bowel com
plaint In a Hundred however that
could not bo cured by the timely use
of Charaborlaln'a Colic. Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. For sale by J.
G. W. Bruce
BOOKKEEPER AND ACCOUNTANT
Rooms 2 8. 4 Baraford
Building Guthrie O. T.
Sptcltl ltntlon given to the exam-
ination of County Hecordi and books
of a Mercantile character.
Referencei;--Doard of eounty com-
mliflonera Logan county; Uoarrf of
county commUitoneri. Dewey Co.i
Board of county commiyloneri
UUlne county; any bank In Cuthric.
Quthrls Towel Supply.
Towels and aprons of all kinds Mr
olshed at very reasonable rates. Bm
I mo before you buy Walter Hammock
1 Phone 527.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Frank Dale A. Q. C. Dlerer.
DALE . BIERER.
Anderson Building Oklahoma Aventw
STRANG A BLACK
Practice In all Courts ot the
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office la Adler block south side Ob
The Santa Fe will sell round-trip tickets to Pueblo
Colorado Springs and Denver for one fare plus 50cts
daily June 1 to September 80 1004 inclusive. Limit
October 81 100-1. Stopovers in Oolorada will be
allowod as heretofore.
Three Tredns Do.i!jr.
'The Colorado Flyer" (in service June 19.) "The
Cplorado Express" and No. 7 provide the means of
reaching the resorts quickly and comtortably
Illustrektod Literature desorlbpntf
Trains Route nndSocnory. Free
T. E. PUR-DY
Generel Agt. The Atchison. Topeka. (Si. Sn-to. Fe R-y
The Missouri Pacific Railway
The favorite line between Kansas City and St. Louis
Five trains daily each way; first class trains u every
respect and the fastest time. Seo that your tickets
read via the MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY.
The Sure way to Reach your Destination
quickly and with the Greatest Degree of Comfort
Takes you direct to the World's Fair Grounds.
C. E. STYpEti. A. G. P. A.
Kansas City Mo.
E. E. BUAOKMSY T. P. A
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