The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 97, Ed. 1, Saturday, December 15, 1906 Page: 4 of 8
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BY LESLIE Q. NlBLACK.
UKMOK.l QV A3HOCI
Pnhllthpul Kr feffeSiSon ffrarfl 'tho
Leader buftdtne. ittt VHl5lIrVln ave
nue and tfclireu at the tltilbrie Post
office Htcotxl Class Matter.
Subscription Rat- Rally.
Ter WteK by" Barrier . -10
Per mof.th by carrier .'.... 16
fer year by earner in nulctnee .... 5(0
" yaar by mall. In advarto i.OO
Fix montlu J .SB
Ono Jtear -. -BO
Official County Piper.
Official City Paper.
The Leader 1 a member ot tho Asso-
ciated ?re8 nnd receives Hie day tele-
fwph report or that great new organi-
catlon for exclusive aftsnuen publloatlon
la Guthrie ami 30 miles radius.
Washington New Bureau 1348 D. St.
New York Office 150 Nnsu St.
Chloaoo Office. William A. Johnson
NOTICE TO StmBCItlDBRS.
In the. event of delivery beln'sr lApor-
tect Or pupora being . hjlltd twisted or
;muUlajtcdi!.suUscr!brs are UrgeA to make
Immediate complaint to ta business of-
sce in. person by 'phone ot by niuli.
"SATtmiMY DKCBMUBIt 15. 100G.
' ' v-ANNOlJNdEMENT8
For Stuto "Treasurer :
HON. J. A. MENEFEE.
For Secretary of State:
of Oklahoma City.
l-'or Judge of Supremo Court:
A. J. RITTENHOUSE
For SLUp Auditor:
AUGUSTUS E. IVEY
Oklahoma will educat. With no
uecond mult will the now state ho
conUsul. No grade from common
school to university shall be neglect-
ed. Tho technical nnd Industrial
school must bo pushed along side of
the professional. ThlB state 1 not.
nnd stmll not ho one-sided. Tho broad--hi
culture Hlnll go hand haid In hand
"with the- hi. at highly spocia Ih'J train-
Hit;- To s euwat llio children an:i
i-itiuiir iiixiiil.i nf fho f-i ). rll 1)11 Weill h
that Ihry shall know Hoinethlng f j
OTBrvUiiuc o.lid ln lendiT-s in their
-.. vx -
Cliofietl iiiirmiUB. una m-iii k eeiai
Ued In tlM'lr knowledge i Hut pur-
suit W'd still more SO in tin l.ellce
of it in unqiiestloiiablj tin' nl'ii and
demaiul of the people of ihe new
.lAthi st ie of nffntis- It i j -irtlru-flirty'
gratifying to note H.ui mi emi-
nent an ed -Rtor as PhmiIhii linvid
Starr Jordim. of tho L laud Sianiord
Jr. mniventity. Is to address a joilnt
mefttilig of tho IncUun 'lerrili)r Etlu-
uatlujml asBOclation and the Ti rrito-
liul Tt-ichors- AssooiRtlon of Okta-
honift at Sunwneo Deceinber 2i. 27 and
28- Dr. Jordan will 'deliver three lee-
tnron. Ills subocts wili'fie -The Cause
ntiil the Phenomena of thu Son Fran-
pi ue oj i'n-ii-
etuto Hart.in.iake"' efopment ol
the State Uuiverslty;" nntl "The Hiood
of. tho Nation.' t .. .
rfI.L .J-111 !. ..! llUtVil't lilt 1'lt. I
11UH Will UL . ll'H. liMlfWMan. ..-
U& rHnWna: nt It doe' I
tion peUp' of oi r njw state when Jts;
n -r ww r.
inauuraonu are in int ouijv i '"
"ffiIinlfe. 'Others ctUFhttHi. hit ufter
ini. It 18 me ttvcniT irsiii'"i aim MiiBii
flod for Ills work that m.ikes the fdu-
oated men and women of the ftc.:e.
As the tewher so the child.' Is Hie old
but ever true sayiug. The duty of
all others is to iKrtt! up ho hun.ls of
theteiielnr and It shorhl he done wilii
strength and liheialli1 . Kdueution Is
Ufi BOed son Thereloie us n Htate
sows so slv ill 11 reap.
It !w not intended hue to reeo.n-
Viend extravagant ex n.lluin-. o) e-
Horbltant demaiidson tlie'Jtaxpiyer fif
f"ds Neither is it vUm- to practice
jiarsi'toii) toward tlm-- iiihiltuiloni1
and people who give ihli ln-s to u
tnitWiiiK' Ihe ItitUlt ft ;ied thm inter of
the ciiuiing eitUm. H lit.- ml. that
Oonc-iivliiR teachii-- It m well to
rwaemlMT thlt cost ot Iimiii: Ini-. In
!.! in ale yoars. S.il.i.ft- .dioiilil
at leiM ke ; p;u:e with thai ii U nut
common school teachers aie
iMltd a wane iiimi no onii".-u-ni '
iVb piie would consider for one mo-
TIk in w ato needs icaeheis that
proUoHe to uiaKe a (ire eshion o.' teach-
ing and to ixiid i (iimllfted prores
slonal wrvlce. Tho laborer ia worths
of Ms Mro. Tho di'dy of I he people is
bMBSlWHHaHBEBHHSBkLUlMUUUIMii" ' ."'""' mm '"- " -" " --
to raise the calling to a point whore
rtimiwtnt men and women onn make
It a life work without facing the poor
house In oh nmc
The people will not with Intorwt
t.& vHHimQtipm .of Mi.wooit-
wHtUm mud Join w hi haw Iwlyi
the teaohera. .
. THE CONQUEST OP LABOR. .
l.lbor compters all. "Uy the twtiil
of thy brow shall tlion ot thy broad
all the day of thy lite" was tin h".B-
inn In tho disgil8 of a mrse. that was
pronounced n "II mankind. The sen-
tence wan to all the pons and da.igh-
tens of Atom for all time. It liana
over all races cfllke. Labor effort ml
exorcise are. everywhere the only
road to progress and development.
Tho race probk.ins nvJet all he
solved down thla line. Let no race
white b:ack or rel. Imagine that nny
exception will be mdo In their cae.
TCtltKXtJm and Industry go hand In
hand sl are well-nigh futile when
Application ou this nnlvertnl law
har. long iK'en jcrcelved by tho most
progressive IndlanH and how wtfll
they have availed lhemsHi of their
perception of it let their present
great progrww ami coihfortable pros-
But tliere Is still a largo clans of
the Indians who Iwvo not yet fully
comprehended the meaning of these
great laws ami still hang on to the old
otstoms pitifully and wavering before
Uo new way.
.. . ....Ha r llin iintlonnl SOV--
ino imi....."." - "-."--- - " i. 1
eminent in years imat wis mi -
ced In a spirit ot kinunoes uw. juii
of tlu work catru to naught hooauso
of a failure to permit the operartloi
of this llrst grout law to aid In work
lng out the so-called tntllnn prohlett
The secretary of the Interior mnkoi
ono valuable suggestion along this line
It is only ono line hut It indicate
ono way of aiding the poor Indian t
work r.a his own salvation. He says
"In tho Indhn service tho policy o
liidi.'ciiift c-il)lD-lodleil Indlniui to seel
'mploymcnt ouUido or their reserve
ttons where they have no profltahli
.v..rt nt hrim and to endeavor to onn
a living for themselves as wliito tner
do. In tho open Inbor markeL ha
been wide a prominent feature of Id
dlan civilisation during tho pntft you
An employment bureau for the put
poso f muling ImlMltB who wnntworl
and of providing work for thogo whi
deslro It wns eslnhllshed last em U
tho Boiithwiait. t-ndor tho enr of Mr
CImrlos 18. Daganelt at Alfcinnenjui
N. M anil tho results so far hav
been most onconimglng. A similar ol
fort Is bolng nwdo In tho northwest
notably at Pino llldgo S. D. wiion
there aro ftbo'Jt IttO nhle-hodicd aidul
mala Indians. 26 of whom arc at worl
outside of tho reservfttloni on rail
roods irrigation dltohen. and on farm
or herding shoop."
I Tho lines of work tpcmUonml hy tht
secretary aro by no means llmltinf
TM.i oniv siiKseatlve o! manner o
0.0mB ni tho JleldB of IndustrtoJ oi
...... ... . i.wii h Ik no mare ret
mil i. tin) jiMii.i'..- --
sonable to exptet hII Indlnns to i
tarmors and farire their allotment'
than it 1h to insist on the same nil
a io whites bu an Indian with i
gootl farm wlil do well to farm It.
ON SPECIAL ISSUES.
Pass up the spcolal icus. Tho
propositions not necessary to form ;
stable uelf-governmont should bo loft
to the people for settlement as sepai
ate Issues hereafter. There is a grea
field for work In making u good ui
to-dute constitution. It Is not nece
sary for this convention to settle nl
the'do'tbtful IsMies that are i-rged uj
on it This is not a stnte legislaturf
. .- itiiiionnl conveiMlon. It i
v.... o or...oj itntiminl convention. It I
qUnrgt!(i wuh presenting a plan of
(vlrKaTU.nt for the peo;ie and by th
Ulll . ....- - .... -.
ixMinle not with making laws to gov
l .... ...... ..tlnoAimtoa
i L... ....'.1 f nil j.tMjr (HinUneoiiCiet
.. . - . t .rtHiUm- tn
i.ar ih i iu mi a initit: ai in wnn -
'"B1 - i ;
Sorao noedftil' re
sti-lotlons hotild Ik pit on the powe
1 of the leglslatuTe bu it is won i
j ber In mind that all powor Is veatw
I in the legislature which is not pro
1 hiblttd Io It by the cmisUtiiUon. Th
! people en at any time speak thel
! will through the legislature or h.
liiiitlalho ami referendum. whlcl
' hioiiiii be one of the Tfovlslons ot th
const It i;tlon.
I Ijiws put into lite constitution wll
I h. ilittieull uiid expeitslvj to chang
j sh d thev prove faulty. What I
' uoi Ih to Rt't matter Into the oot
I nn inn which by common consent
' sin ill remain thero as dead law.
Many propositions are .Mt.lng bt
fore the convention that are purely l'
1 the dointtfu of the statutes as dlstin
1 n Uliett from th constitution. Man
! problems uiion which the people ar-
tUUd tl and have had no opportuult
to expr. their will are liiig "reed
it will require judgment ami uiaore
' : .i .. .nri uit ttm nrooer aubiects
j .-viiiutiou-maklog and relogat
to the IvKlstaaure and the people fo
fur re settlement those not neeeasar
to ptovide ri proBclent state govern
nionl. There absolutely is not tlnu
nolthtr is It necessary to attempt t
Imagine and meet in advance ever)
tuiure contingency. That same rrong
- ... - - - 1M.M
-LET US "SHOW' YO
HAD CATARRH THIRTY YEARS.
Congressman Meekison Gives Praise to
Pe-ru-na For His Recovery.
CONGRESSMAN MEEKISON PRAISES PE-RU-NA.
Hon David Meokigon Nnpoleon Ohio ex-mombor Kith and COlh Congresses
"I have used several bottles of
thereby from tny catarrh ot the head. I feel encouraged to believe that If
I use It a short time longer I will bo fully able to eradicate the disease ofi
thirty years' standing."' David Meekison.
ANOTHER SENSAT10NAL.CURE: Mr. .Tncpbl.. Davis flnlona Stono county
Mo. writes; "I have boon in bad health for thirty-sovon years' and aflor taking
twolvo bottles of your Pcruna I am cured." Jacob Ij. Davis.
If you do not dorlvo prompt and n.it is factory results from the uso of Poruna
wrlto at onco to Dr. Hnrtman gluing a full statement of your case and ho will
oo ploasod to give you his valuablo advice gratis.
Address Dr. Hartmsn. Proaldbnt'ot The Ilartman jjanltarinm Columbus O.
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR FRlE PERUIA ALMANAC FOR 1907.
norvo mid unerring judgment that ia
it once the present reliance and !:
f ffiture hopj wll: still ie prcacrfotl
m?nl and1 pure In the whole people of
Iw new stile. '
In cases then where there is grave
lovibt as to their iMsalilUty a:id tho
111 of Uie prople thereon nnd where
ction is not ueeese ry tn form a good
tnmg stute governmont "rnss thean
ip" wtonld soem to lie a gootl general
ule of action.
The Idea Ib. of eotrsp. not to ppursie
in effeminate course and refuse to
neet Issues squaroly where ne: Jssary
o fora" a oensttmtlcn hut pass up
"ie special nnd doubtful las :os.
Oklahoma City Is to have a com-
iressed air vacuum house clearing
pjnnt. Presumably the old wlnd-jam-ilng
prccoss will be abandoned.
Wlil a civilized world never hear
he blood of the Uctix of King Leo-
Hild's greed crying out from the Coa-
jo. IJelgiiim must strike or In: stru-ck.
PraeidsnU IloMat'elt In his action
on tho oaso of Ambassador Storer
onco more strenuously nffirmetl that
cliuroh nnd state must bo forever sep-
arata He it t'T.1 to the everlasting credit
4 President Kosevrlt. tri. he rcme
tbove even family affairs In doing his
ttiiottc duty to Bellamy 3turer and
its delight ful wife Maria sister to
Tlie interstate commerce comirls-
ilon will take- ii the siihect of car
hortage jt their mertlng In Minuea
ills Dec. 17. The troubl.) Is a na-
ioual one as well as local to the
outhweat. and demands relluf.
Uartlosvi.le News: Oh no ihero is
no politics in the convention only In
pots. le it raid to the crulil of Joe
'uri he i yet h.t not apiieared par-
(san. llaitle.sville News- Hc ilillan pa-
pers we howling lor more pay for
fie .stale iIllccr more pu for the au-
reiue J i'ls mere pa or the county
offloeis and more tay for the isi-
teiM and cabinet officii. All this
'bUPfHniE bKLA. SATURDAY DECEMBER 1 1006.
Pcruna and I feel greatly benefited
Bljni'ly menus nioro Uixob and how
hard IVja.l" raise aumey to pay taxee
in apite otn tha- "grtnl prosiiorlty.'
Perry IUpubllcan: A ikjII of tho
constitutional convention shows a trn-
orliy of seen agalnut constitutional
Knid Kagle: Baliylon has fa'lcn.
Oklahoma City don't amount to as
much In this stat e-miAlng b; siiiase
as Weleotjui or Sktatook.
Ilct'rt Democrat: It is estimated
that the cotton crop ot Payne county
will bring over a million dollars thla
year or $50 each for every man wo-
man and1 child In the count . This is
more than the ;or toplta Mrculntlon
oi the United States.
Tie ahorteat distance hotween two
points s a s-trilght lino. Tho Lord
only knows the slierteit cut to a sot-
HHtien ri' Uie county Imundary Hue
row. South JIcAlofitor Nowa.
Itctilng breeding protruding or blind
piles yield to Dean's Ointment. Chronic
cases soon relieved finally cured. Drug-
Stats all soil it.
I2va ISlioti wiaB adudgod insane
tills afternoon by Judge Strnng. Tho
woman wi! lbe taken to tlio asylum
at Norman tonight.
She lias iieen rooming at Mrs.
Thurston's place and it la said she
had 11 tn checks and currency hid
iu her clothing and entertained the
notion that some one was trying to
roil her so site tore tlte money up
mid threw it into the sewer.
O UX 3 & O St 3T X5. .
CONT1NUBD PItOal PAQl! ONES.
Tulsa 1 T. They have got it properly
capped mid have took aa gootl care of
it as they possibly could but never-
thuless under the conditions this nil1
which should be paring me from $6
to $10 per day royalty is now going to
' ' ' ' " ' " " r" ." i v t '."'"' '" " """" " " ' n"" '''' ' -
PBWPiaBiiiW I II I frill I I IM n IMMMMiHHiMliln M I I n a WSiPW!
j Will .be Fouticl the Largest
and Most Complete
Stock of Drugs
FINE CIGARS PERFUMERY
BRUSHES OF ALL KINDS
And we gie
Try us when
waste down the Vordlgrls river; so
under these conditions myself ami
six minor children aro defeated out of
our roraltios nnd iletlvu no benefit
from our properly under the rulings
ot tho secretary of tho Interior gov-
erning oil nnd mineral leasee in the
There are over 1200 acres around
tho Gnlcalchor well and my own well
which is leased (o good companies.
The leases tiro either hold up lit the
Indian omcos or in tho offlco of the
dopiirtmout of the Interior nt Wash-'
Ihglon V. C so xhuro can bo no. do-
volopmont or work done on this 1200 j
acres of land until tho lenses arej
olthor approved or disapproved. I
Therefore tlio oil busInoBs Is jintc-
Ically dond am' tho vbu nnt nro de-
veloped tho oil i gOIilg to waste on
account or myself as well as my full-
blood friend Leo Qnlcutcher not tiding
allowed if wo wore able undor the
rulings 'of tho intorlor department to
lrnndlo our own products fron .the
land belonging to ourselves and our hor eor.ld d'?an4so to prcte t them jtr. colfptltt left last night for Aus-
1 minor children. Thoreforo. the aliove selves In th mice of their owiwkhor n. trcxasv -There Is a probability that
Conditions and raC'U hs the:'' nowex-
st. 1 think tltttt the reslrlcthjus
should be removed off tho allotments
of every adult citizen's surplus land
wh'th would omible him to compete
with Hiiy other business man should
he dosiro to invest his money in oil
or other mineral lands now found in
the country of tho Ave civilized tribes.
And then the taxation which would
be assessed upon the land of the In-
dian after the restrictions are re
moved would greatly add to the tip-
building of schools roads nnd. bridges
in the country of the live civilized
tribes in which at the present time
there Is practically no improvements
whatevor. I for myself am willing
to pay my proportionate share of the
taxes asseased against my surplus
land If the restrictions is rempvod
and 1 am given the right and oppor-
tunity to dp so by not of congress :
which took affect Maroh i. 100C mak-
ing ovory ludlan In the llvo alvlllzod
tribort a citizen of the United States
to petition tho Ilonornhlo Secretary
of tlio Interior under the rules und
regulations laid down asking the re-
moval of tho rofltritiona off of my
au 'his land.
. ping that your Honorable Com-
mittee will recommend to congress
gome legislation Hint will give tho
people of tho Indian Territory Jm
mediate relief fro mtlie conditions as
P YOU are in a run down
pains around the lieart;
sour stomach and Tha.t Tired Feeling it Is an indication that your Liver snot S
performing its duty by throwing off the poison from the system.
Our EagleNerve and Liver Tablets
will correct this at once. Purely a vegetable preparation
We guarantee it to reslote a torpid and inactive liver to a
perfect and natural action and cute habitual constipation
25c a Bottle by Mail.
LINE OF DINEN
the lowest price that can be had.
you can't find it elsewhere.. 4
you hnvo found (hem in your In-
vestigations In tho country of tho llvo
JOHN M. TAYLOR. .III..
A Cherokee Indian by blood.
Dyapvpsia la" America's ourti-. Itnr-
ilock UIckmI DUtcrs oonnuers dynpepsln
over.' time. It drives out Impurities
tonoe tlio stomucli restores Perfect di-
gestion normal wvlclil nnd (X-'d hcallli.
When Delegate IliKhanan w n naked Beem tr bo governed by one single
What special .rolnla ho thought his idea; 1 1 t of making a good onstit t-nidi-lrust
proposition ontnlned he tlon. I am very much Improsscd with
said: "Tho first part of it Is r string-' uie wonderful devr.opmont of tho now
ent anti-trust proposition tali? n from : stato nd I can safely say that tho
tha constitutions of Montana and Ida- rd old stnto of Tarns will be as
Ito the laPfpart cf 'it was spcJnlly
prepared so that organisations of la -
:nver or personal service wlthvit !'
ing Indicted under the -it it ictt law.
lt niso pcrnr.ia iitrmtra io oibiui'j
to market their croiva witlio-it lnl-r-
fereuce so long as tho product of tho
farn' remains in the bands of the orig-
inal prrirtucM Tho laborer and tho
tariucr aro usually nt i i economic
disadvantage and while they ak :or
no special favors yet we .Io not want
an anti-trust law so Interpreted as to
prevent tae laborers and fat mora to
.organixo for their own protection.
iner. n no omiger to iraue ttoai imx
for th?re la nc specu ative tei.Jencies
in what they do.
Proposition No. 3.12 Is short and
ronclse nd lsaves the making of the
law to the- legislature. I think the
tendency Is to include too much thnt
is staf.rory In on;- provisions this
shows a dlxtnut of legislative assem-
blies. While this ilistr.st may he
JusUfiad In view of our states yet I
IstatCTfis in many of our statos yet I
think Hint a sliT.'-itoH constitution
would be a mistake. A healthy public
sentlnieat and the initiative -.ail refer-
ondai win bring tho legislatures to
Hon. O. C. CoIr'Ktt' who addressed1
Ihe cou volition yeiterdny on the sub
Ject of railroad rateTegulctlon slated
condition irregular appetite a bloating sensation au
if vou havedlzx snells. sick unci nervous headaches heartburn
thai he was very met-h pleased to note
th-. inttvest the delegates were mam
f jttlng In tho stthect and stated that
wlthou' resuve be believed th'3t tho
new state would cope with the cor-
poration evil bei..r ill a any state in
the union. He utatw'd that he luyl con-
versed wl'h a large mnorlty o! the
delegates ana tha- ite co ild glean
ftor their conversation tliat they were
Intensely iiitercstid. In port ho. said:
"I believe that OK!' 'tunia will'. In a
gieat mr lure adopt tlio Texas lawa-
on tho dealing with ra'.-oad corpor-
ations. I can observe on every hand
an inlcropt on the part ot Ihe delr
Bates tint Ib remarkable. Tho ail
c 1 of. hr neighbor as sho is of any
; Iiart oj the union."
ha-jaiW retLTiLto be present when tho
inatte? of railttfy"rcgulatlpu Isrtip be
r0re tlio eonvoniloll.
A lazy liver Imuls to chronic dys-
pppVa and conntlp.itlnn weaken the
whole rysOTM. Jlonu'a Heguleta (25 cents
per box) correct the liver tono Hie
stomach cure constipation.
One of tlio active members of tho
contention e'nl t man who is lis-
tened to with interest wlion ho spoaks
Is Delegate Hares of Chickasha. In
hiB explanation ot the Rules und mat-
ters ot importance that como up be-
fore the convention in which ho ia
directly Interested ho Is vorv ex-
plicit plain and at times elonuont.
He will bo ono of tho strong men of
the Convention nnd tho work that
lie Is doing will rebound to tho honor
of his ccnstit.'ants and the Dcmo-
Tho best $2X0 and $2.25 ladles shoes
In Guthrlo at Robinson's.
For any win. trtim top to too. f.-otn
ny cauie apply DA Thomas' Eclectric
Oil. Pain otin't stay wharo It is usd.
18nt your suppor with the ladies of
tho Christian church Saturday even-
uig December 15.
Edward Nichols Prop
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