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SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1904.
RflE SIX TMK (.EAOCRT .ffllnir OKLAHOMA, rarcx: I V 9 2 9 y v "V! 8 9 JTRAOK The New Welcome Grocery PILES DI1I bfffftB ween ar did no trouble mo at all Ctcrti Bt1"ne wn1rt form I rnn ntlrtin?i nrf IUlk nwmn ' Decree Under. Nipoleoo. o, Beat For CANOV CATHARTIC Is the Broadest Guarantee - that things are always fresh at ' our store. C) Manv sales' fVoititf out, means $ F. esh goods In SBck uaijy,i, $j If you're particular? iboiit A ' whnl you eat and the prick you A-pav, order your groceries from T Our Always Fresh Supply. ? v . j. w. Murray, jrroprieior. j i Lamp Oolmney Be 4 eada Lye for . c 7 bars White Knlan soap sbo 4locplrs Mlndemeat .. .6o jplcgs Sib Oats 33c FrsncUPeai. per can .30c Mushroom, per can 0o. y I PlMn, PlUb retent, Tt OftOd.De flood, V NSW Slokjn, Wein or Drip. Io. SJc, Me. NTr ft told In balk. Th csnatna ble Mumped CO O. f, (Ourtned to en re or your monr bok. A Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. MJ ANNUAL SALE, TEH MILLIIN I0XES Phone 40. Cor. Harrison ond Division Street. eiv;i$oo:& John B. Gordon Camp Organized. .Special to Dally Leader. t Erlck, Okla., May 7. Acamp oi me United Confederate Veterans vas or ganized hero last night with thirty jnembers enrolled. It will bo Known as the John B. Gordon camp and In cludes among Its members several captains, ono colonol and a number of mou who were' lieutenants or non .commissioned officers In the Confeder ate army. XSX5MM5MSHZKa-aKMM5XSM d. C. FOSTER & CO. Transfer (Si Storage. Warehose and Stables Opposite Santa Fe Passenger Depot Phone 601. If you desire to store household goods call-up Phone 601 and we will transfer and store them for you, consign or redeliver on short notice at reasonable rates. Ca.ll and see us or call up phone 601. Wo will bo pleased to haLve your patronage. 1 J J. C. FOSTER & CO. J sxnBK9SKswKSMm5Usmm M5M5S2K3KmsK5MZM Goods Patched. Stored and Shipped to Order- J. B, FAIRFIELD TRANSFFJEL, COAL BlND STORAGE Ptu 20. Offici Md Yards 407-409 W. Kelson msw&msMSMsMSMSusasKzmsu: VL&VOtt(!iQQS&&&Q&QQ&Q Your Confidence and trade on ,, Paints Oils. Varnishes, Stains. J? Brushes and Window Giass, tj by constantly offering you gosd3 of 'A actual merit at all times. . You don't want to paint all over $ again in a little while and you don't A have to. if you buy our paints. V' There s long service 'back of every trf gallon sold, tfi A. E. GRAY, 120 E. Oklahoma Ave. 3 -32555053 3c3 3I&-l-i -Jl eVBaHBBBssBBBBK32Eb3-SBlBniflBsisBB Lawtolr Domocrat Regardless of -what a, fow, people mayay, It now looks h though the fight among the Democrat! for the nomination of a' delcgnto had about centered on two men Leslie P. Hoss of Comaucno county, and Edgar Jones of Guthrlo. K f Bg(rjlnures. 100,tX)0,obd'bottIeu of Perry Davis' Painkiller sold In 00 years. Just UifubJ Nearly enough placed end to nd lo radi Around th werld. Wjiat )Gitr rcmody can boast such a record of iivlcoB to humanity in curing stoii'acli mid bowel complaints and the many otliur ailments and aool (lont cimnluntly occurring evon In th moKt . orrul hnrnwi There is only ime Painkiller. Perry Davis. Be waic of IniitatlonH. Imlliin tarrllory lawyers will dlH' us statehood at thfir coming ban qwt htm tK o le 'fra1 Y" ' AtarJ Bgf lllackwon News- Should Ui two oppoHint; -andldattm In tne next na Uotyil jAtnpln ba Ilwtrat and Hooso vo4i It tvIII be the first time in the IilNbory or the nation that the paper will not contain gltUrtng acoonnt of liov tht candidates strugglml In his oy)iood day on a farm Both Hearst and Roosevelt were born rich, were reared In palaces, and havo novor known what tt'fstp be poor.(hard up, or to struggle for a livelihood. Every president this nation has had, of great prominence, began Hfo on a farm, passed through poverty, and arose to his greatness through tho spirit that wi?j" Instilled into him in his boyhood dnf5on the farm. Hovs This? Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for arty caso of Catarrh that can- "hot bo curc,d by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney &. Co., Toledo, O. We. the undersigned, havo known rP. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and lielleve him perfectly honorable In all business transactions, and financially 'able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. Waldlng, Klnnan '& Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken intern ally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price, 76c por bottle Sold by all Druggists: ' TaVe Hall's Family Pills' for consti UNDER AGENCY CONTROL. Residents of Oklahoma Counties Say Appropriation Bill Was Im properly Drawn. Special to Dally Leader. Perry, Okla., May 7 Rosldents o; Nohlp and Pawnee counties, Interested In tho Attachment of portions of the ooc and atlssonrl Indian reservations to their respective couutlos, are dis appointed In learning that by mist the Indian appropriations bill, as pass ed b congress, fallail to uoscrlbc the southern tier of townships within tho resotvatlon boundary lines "of theso townships. Township 24 north, or range ono, east, and township 24 north, of range two east wore attach ed to Noble county, In tho bill as orig inallj drawn, and township 24 north, of range three east, was attached to Pawnee county. They embrace C9.120 acres A large area of the reservation north of those townships, was piop orly attached to Noble county, thus lenvlng a pdrtlon of tho unextinguish ed reservations lnthe heart of tho county and subject "to all the police regulation of the Indian agont and ' restrictions of federal law as applied In Indian reservations. Elsewhere than In the townships named, tho res ervation linos In the Ponca, Otoe and Missouri country havo been abolished. t Union Mission. Oospol services are being conducted nightly at tho Union Mlsslod hall lo cated at No 322 Wost Oklahoma Ihomle. Being centrally located and with good seats and lights makes this a very suitable place for such meot- lngs. Tho general ' public have a cordial invitation- to attend the serv ices every night In the week. Whooping Cough. "In the spring of 1S01 my children had whooping cough," says Mrs. D. W. Capps. of Cappn, Ala. "l used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy with the most satisfactory results. I think this Is the best remedy I have over seen for whooping cough." This rem edy keeps tho cough looso, lessens tho severity and frequency of the cough ing spells and counteracts any ten dency toward pneumonia. For sale by J. N. Wallace. "Do It Today." The time worn injunction, "Nevor put off 'till tomorrow what you can do today," Is now generally presented In this form: "Do it today!" That Is the terse advice wo want to give you about that hacking cough, or de moralizing cold with which you havo been struggling for Beveral days, per haps weeks. Take some reliable rem edy for It TODAY and let that rem edy be Dr. Boscheo'a German Syrup, which has been In uso for over thlrty flve years. A few doses of It will un doubtedly relieve your cough or cold, and Us continued uso for. a few days will cure you completely. No matter how deop seated your cough, even 11 dread consumption has attacked your lungs, German Syrup will surely ef fect a cure aa It has done before In thousands of apparon'ly hopeless cases of lung trouble. Now trial bot tles, 2fc; regular size, 75c. At all druggists. A thrashing machine company de clines to be bluffed by wheat condi tions In Oklahoma and has twenty nine carloads of thrashers on the way to the territory. Special to Dally Leader, Pawnee, Okla., May 7. The Tins ley murder caso attracted-much atten tion in court this week. The Tinsioy boy was about 13 yoars old at the time and killed his stepfather over near Cleveland at a railway camp by strik ing him In the head with an ax while the stepfather was abusing the boy's mother. Tho Jury acquitted the boy, and this disposes of the case finally for the boy and his mother. Dr. Wfmr'i Treatment. Bynp for tb blood; Cents t or ifcta fraptloc. Harry's hack line deserves your patronage. Calls promptly answered. Oklahoma Avo. Stables, Grlssom & Smith. Phono 72. The removal of sale restrictions from tho lands of tho Creek trecdmen was encouraging as far as It went, but the general opinion seems to be that there Is still considerable trave ling to bo u ne. Blan Rldenhour, living six miles east of Kl Reno, was shot In the left side Thursday by a' gun he" was hold ing on his hip whllo riding In a wagon A Jolt discharged the weapon. Tho wounded, man may die. Edmond En-terprlsa. J. N. Wallace doo not hesitate to rocoinmonji Ko dot Dyepopsla Cure to his friends nnd customers. Indigestion causes mora HI health than anything olso. It de ranges tho stomach, and brings ou nil manner of disease. Kodol Dyspepsia Cur digests what you oat. cures lu- ctlgeatlon, dyspepsia and all stomach i dUordois. Kodol is not only a per fect digest ant but a tissue building toulc as well. Ronowed health, per fect strength and Increased vitality follows Its use. Scotch Nerve and Brain PHU. If you are nervous and sleepless, get a free nirh at F. B. LUlle & Co.'s. Perry will soon be shipping chick ens by the car load. Mr., One Horse, a Choyenne squaw has applied at Tolago for a divorce; from bar luisuand. who went tp th oponthjt of the new country In 1901, lost his head and marled another squnw. Amusements. An evening with Harry Corson Clarke Is an evening in which fun permeatos everything, In which la'ightor In supromo, and In which there can bo found no trace or taint of vulgarity.' Such an evening's fun as this la that is the most popular oven In these days of French farcoa, and problem plays an ovenlng or good old fashioned morrlment that all can enjoy. Such an ovenlng theatre gofers will be able to spend In a very short while now. for the announce ment Is made that this prince of com edians will nppeur here for two nights only commencing Sunday, and will present his own selected com pany In Rosenfeld's laughing master piece. "His Absent Boy" The com pany Is ot the best, the production elesant. and the star himself said to be funnier than ever before. tm Hair Vigor Jr M v7 S young? And hair turning 0m 4Jr Bray? Why not have th$ early - rich color restored? It Is easily aone, every time. lisat. rO. MiM, Local attorney received 20 cents for handling a $1.S26 case at Cuator last week. Tho esse was that of R. H. Kreterson against City Marshal Mlllor. Kest arson claiming tho amount ofthe suit as damage to his charact er duo to his nrrost some tlmo ago on the ohargo.of harboring criminals. After hearing tho caso the jury award ed tho plaintiff 1 damage. The at torneys for Kesterson tried tho case for twenty per cent of tho Judgment. Edmond Enterprise. My Life Hung On a Single Thread 'With Heart Dise ase. A military company will be organiz ed at Coalgate. You should never wait until your life bangs In tho bulano before you glvo the neeeeeary aid to your slok heart A -weak heart Is always serious, for It afreets every org-an of your body through its Inability to purify and keep the sys tem supplied with pure, rich, Ufe-elvlns blood. Any Indication of heart trouble, such as Bhortnesa of breath after oxerelse. rdnes ot faoe, hot flushes, oppressed fetolr.a in oheet. weak, hungry spells, palpitation, dizziness, sudden starting in Bleep, Irregular pulse. Is serious, and should bo cured at once. The mteit and surest treatment Is Dr. Miles Heart Curo, a nerve and mus cle builder, a blood tonlo. It aets di rectly on the heart nerves and muscles, Kivlng them strength and vigor, and relieves every svmptom of a sick heart. Your life depends upon your heart, and a weak, diseased heart, like a slnglo thread, oon endure but llttla. "I suffered for years with my heart. At times my life hung by a single thread. A number of physicians and an eminent specialist treated me. Without the knowledge, of my doctor I took Dr. Miles' Heart Cure. It lifted tho pains from my heart, and caused a free circulation of blood, I am now able to attend to my affairs, something I had never hoped to do again." Mil JOHN KOELOE3, 1S Clinton St, Cleveland, Ohio. If first bottle does not benefit, your money duck itf a wm5WB airsarns sMSMwzMMmmijma W. M. Bronaon L, C Bronson. 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Electric-lighted throughout, The Southwest Limited is a blaze of glory along the new route. Its equioment Includes compartment and standard sleepers, observation-library car, dining car and coaches. It arrives in the Heart of Chicago, in time to conrect with all eastern trains. If you are going East. It is worth while to write for descriptive booklet. M. F. SMITH. C. A. t. j . 'i u m 8' U. JL. COBB, 5- P, A. Sl 343 Main St., Dall&s 907 Ma.ln St , Kexnstvs City. Lj tfctJSOs;K:rKt050StSO050(CS05S05fOSCOOS . i , ri. TlWeii'der Plant Furnishes Your Blank Books Ouickly Bank Supplies, Stationarv' M n f i) ' I " ! f" 9t!'9Ht t t af4 ( r fl J"