Oklahoma Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 19, 1901 Page: 2 of 8
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TH« LtADER. GUTHHIE. OKU *MOMA. THURSOAY, DECEMBER 19. 1901.
Yrollev line# in oklahoma.
H«nry C. Garner AMO^atetf With S:
LOimi CapiUlicts in a New
Oeori* W. Banmltoff. formerly prvai-
(t«nt of tie St. Low# TraasJt com
piny, ji at tie bMwi of company
KEEN SENSE OP HONOR.
Ia dlsraaainc the annulment of Oe
tanitanmB contract Jt most not
for*ot?en that OoTernor Jenkins wa
anthortzed and qualified to make the
deal. He waa the agent of the terri
tory and the body politic shoald be rr-
o bnljd electrl- rallwaya oi sponsible for the act of iu agent. M-n
i*T* 'he Kas aa City to not enjoy payli* aoteM whMi the7
V rrf* vitb a capital have endonen for arcommodatloa. bat
atcf It of I- >0 Mt hai Jo« b«en orgaa " honorable they pay and charge it
Itf.l to build a tee from Oklahoma op to experience. Oklahoma nhoolil
City to El Ren*, a dUtaace of twenty >tand by the action of the governor
ieveu mil «- The mare* are held and charge the entire cost np to ex
by Mr. r:. iimhoff, Henry C. Gamer of perience Th^y may aare tea tlmea aj [
thl* city. K H. Cook and O. E. Black «nch after watehood by electing men
walder. 3tfr. Garner returned fron ^ integrity an 1 high a^nae
Oklahoma ' s'erday. He will be oa to ofTlc*>
of the off, -ra of the company. It !• Shonld the territory repudiate th.
aald Mr faumhoff la still drawing a contract it wonld only prove that tae
—try from the flt 1/>uU Tr*nrt sorernor was a representative Okla
although he was depo*d homan. His chief wrong was in not
after the dlaastroos itrlke In St. Lonla appreciating that delicate code of
j ethic* which has suddenly resumed
Of Benefit to You. « * t Washington.
D. S. Mitchell, Fnlford, Md : "Dor
MAKE IT PUBLIC.
M'ATEE DEFIES COMMISSIONERS.
Publicity counts. That's What
People Want. Guthrie'* Ex-
pression on the Sub-
Make it public.
Tell the people about it.
Gratitude promotes publicity.
Grateful ciu:eas talk.
They tell their neighbor*; tell their
The new* is too good to keep.
'-Bad backs" are numerous.
So few understand the cause.
Many Guthrie people are learning.
And, better still, they're being car
Iam« backs are lame no more.
Weak ones regain their strength.
This is the every day labor In Guth-
Of boan'a K.dney fills.
Our citizens are making it public.
Here's a case of it:
Mr. E. A. Klnnebrew. retired farm-
A code of ethics that will enable a er, of 419 E. Perkins ave., says:
And Issue* Str ngent Orders far 3- ld-
tng Court House.
Pord Creek. Okla. Dee 12.—Jud^e
McAtee bad seen fit to proceed in a
manner, not ordinary, to get a suit-
able court room. The county com-
missioners having failed to furnish
one. he has ordered the sheriff to find
one and enter into a contract for it.
charging ail expenses to the county.
The following is his severe order:
In the District Court of Grant county,
Whereas, U is the duty of the board
of county commissioners of Grait
county to provide the district couit
with a court room suitable for the
transaction of the court's business
subject to the approval of the court,
Whereas, The said county commis
stoners have not heretofore furnished
the court with a suitable room, and
Whereas. The court refuses to ap-
Isg a long illness 1 was troubled w1!h j people to repudiate a contract la not. "About six months ago without any ProT; of the court rooms heretofore
hod sores, was advised to try DcWItt's likely to develop that ideal class of of apparent cause, 1 noticed a pain juat ftjrn'3h*d rhe court, as being suitable
Witch Hazel Salve and did so with Aceholderg which Washington prom-
wonderful results. I was perfectly j l e* to provide in future.
cured. It Is the best salve on the
—rlrft " Sure cure for piles, sores
barn* Beware of counterfeits.
J. N. Wallace.
"I suffered for years with a bron-
, chial or lung trouble and tried various
remedies but did not obtain perma-
acros. the small of try back. At and unfit for the tran3actl0n of the
first it was more severe in the morn- rOTrt 8 wor*-
ing but by and by it became a con- N'ow' ther"fort'' 11 i3 ordered by tte
slant nagging annoyance. Other rourt That the 3heriff of Grant coun'
ty do proceed to procure for the court
ELK CLUB ROOMS.
Guthrie I^odge No. 42S, B. P
symptoms plainly showed that my
kidneys were the cause of the trouble a court ™°m su,table for lhe Purpose,
nent relief until I commenced using and knowing this when I noticed and that tbe exPen3e incurred by the
One Minute Cough Cure," writes Rev. Doan's Kidney Pills advertised to sberiff ia 90 rioing sha" ^ a charg!
I James Kirkman. evangelist of Belle cure kidney complaint alone, I went againirt the 841,1 county'
Southwest, River, 111. "I have no hesitation In to J. N. Wallace's drug store for a In pursuance of this order, the
I recoiamendlng It to all sufferers from box. A few days' treatment radically -heTiff of said county is authorized
O. E ; maladies of this kind." One Minute disposed oi the attack. I will be on- anfJ (-mPowered to do all things which
Quickly and Permanently Cures
Saturday evening opened the n^w Cough Cure affords immediate relief ly too pleased to give minuter partic- are re1uisite to carry this order into
Blk club parlors and lodge room on
the second floor of the Knlpe building
on East Oklanoma avenue. The
rooms comprise a main parlor, draw
it, and no
other, and be
more profit on others
but you CAN get it.
Why experiment, or
why heed claims and asser-
tions, when you have the
clear, undisputable facts of
MILLIONS OP QUICK and
PERMANENT CURES DURING
ITS 20 YEARS VERY SUC-
CESSFUL RECORD. Millions of
bottles sold. Constantly increasing sales
and very little noise about it, either, for its
users have advertised it. Ask your neighbor
or your physician. It is proven to be just
what nature needs to aid it in quickly throwing
off these troubles. Take no one's word, not even
ours. Try it and you will realize at once why it is so
successful. It don't nauseate, or constipate, or cloy the
'appetite. It just cures. All dealers sell it.
for coughs, colds and all kinds of ulars to friends and acquaintances in
throat and lung troubles. For croup Guthrie who call upon mo personal-
It !s unequalled. Absolutely safe, ly."
Very pleasant to take, never falls and For sale by all dealers. Price 50c.
ing room, music room and lodge room !really a favorite with the children. FVwter-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.,
which will also be utilized They like It.
for dancing. The rooms are han.1 I
somely furnished with the latest car |
peta and modern mahogany furniture.
The reception room floor Is covered
with a huge Alestian rug. The lodge
room floor I* oil finished and waxed.
On the walls of the different rooms
are fine oil paintings. The rooms ar.'
th/- coziest In the city and make an
Ideal club house for members of the
order. Only Elks In good standing
are admitted to these rooms.
On Friday evening the Blks will
hold a short business session and et
terwards a dance. On New Years
evening the Elks will keep "open
house'' and give a dance.
J. N. Wallace.
sole agents for the U. S.
Remember the name—Doan's—and
! take no substitute.
JAIL BREAK RECALLED.
AGENTS WANTED—T-CCal or trav-
effect; and If necessary, may enter
: into a contract with some person or
persons to erect a building containing
sufficient rooms to furnish the court
with a suitable room and such other
rooms as may be necessary for the
proper transaction o fcourt business,
and to rent such building at the charge
of the county.
It is further ordered, That a certi-
N. F. Frarier. President. W. M. Biouson. Secretary.
THE OKLAHOMA MORTGAGE AND TRUST CO.
You pay your interest and principal at our office.
118 West Okla. Avenue.
Blackwell Bon: The Guthrie I^ead
•r. in speaking of Captain S. A. Mc
(Hnnis, says that he was one of the few
Hough Riders from Oklahoma that
ww service In Cuba. Not on your tin
type, dear Major. Mack never got
any nearer to Cuba than Tampa, Flor
14a. True, McGlnnls had an Interview
ia a St. Louis paper, where he related
how he saved the day at San Juan by
advising General Wheeler and Colonel
B«x eve!t to disregard Shatter's or
dar o retreat but that was 8impl>
Mack's steam dome leaking a little.
When you paint your build
ing, use a paint material that
■will look well, wear well, an<'
pre nerve the surface to v hi '
it is applied.
lob Harding, Escaped Federal Pris. Ming agents In Oklahoma or the In rl>py of this or,'er served by
oner, Aga.'n in Custody. I dlan territory can get the best contract the 3heriff uP°n cbe board of county
Bob Harding, the last to be cap- ^ fnd, al8° 8 of «
iiased upon the fact that my business
given them by anybody In the country
tured of the eieven prisoners who
escaped from the federal Jail here on . .. .
July ,, last, was r turned to Guthrie 'vl11 ^ p,eas,ng' 8afe anrt to ,^AR .
yesterday by Deputy United States ,he buyer an" also wll! give 10 the - - - - -
agent an honorable and lucrative
ployment. Men of good character and
standing, (not necessary for them to
have had any insurance experience,)
will find )♦. for their interest to com
mnnlcate with Henry F. Burt, genera!
manager of the National Life and
Trust Co., of Des Moines, Iowa, Rooms
Tllghman, the Lincoln ,3' 15 and 1?' ldg„ j
••le, Okla., where all the details will I
marshal Whit Dryden of Fort Wortn,
Texas, and paced again In the fed-
eral Jail. He has been under arrest
•t Wichita Falls, Texas, for several
months on the charge of stealing
hor fH. Harding Is charegd in this
territory with larceny. He Is a half
breed Cherokee Indian.
ounty deputy mar hal came In Mon-
'ay night with Ed Tllley, a fugitive ,,e exPla,"e<1 applicants, and I
i if not convenient to call In person, It i
more In th
Indian territory. He was taken back
fo Ardmore yesterday morning by
Warren Bennett, the Pawhuska
leputy marshal, brought In Bud John-
son, alias Bud Hickman, yesterday
md placed him In the fedral Jail.
loiinson is charged with larceny.
By Sam C. Davis. Deputy.
Pond Creek, 0. T., Dec. 6, 1901.
"Itching hemorrhoids were the
plague of my life. Was almost wild.
Doan's Ointment cured me quickly
and permanently, after doctors had
failfcd.** C. F. Cornwell, Valley Streat,
Saugerties, N. Y.
from Justice who Is wanted at Aro-
soufbern district of the'ran he done jU8t as ">te'"eently by
REASONS WHY AN AGENT CAN DO
3ETTER FOR HIMSELF REP
RESENTING THE NATIONAL
LIFE AND TRUST COMPANY
THAN ANY OTHER EMPLOY
Dyspepsia Citf e
Digests what you cat.
It artificially digests the food and aids
, Nature in htrenijthening and recon-
BECAUSE, Its endowment bonds and structing the exhausted digestive or-
policies yield the iargest possible guns. It is tiit 'atestdiscovered digest-
returns consistent with safety. int and tonic. No other preparatL.4
i. i i , . , can apprcich it in efficiency. It in-
BECAUSE, It I? .ncorporated unde. stantly relit ."sand permanently cures
the Iowa insurance laws and de Dyspepsia. Indigestion. Heartburn,
posits the casn value of all bonds Flatulence, Sour Stomach., Nausea,
o.itv, ,i,,„ „ ' SickUeadache,Ga?traigia,CranipsariQ
*ith the auditor of the itate, a. aiiother resuitiof imperfect digest ion.
by law required. Pricc50c.andfi. Lanresir*contains2V$timed
To Loan on Improved Farms
Low rates and no delay after appli=
cation is made.
W. T. WALKER
120 W. Oklahoma Ave. Over Bee liive Store.
Saved His Life.
•'I wish to say that I feel I owe my
.ife to Kodol Dyspepsia Cure," writes
H. C. Chreste-ison of Hayfl Id. Minn.
Tor three years I was troubled with
lyppepsla so that I eould hold nothing
fin rnv Htoma.t, MnnvtlmP twnnM BECAUSE, its bonds are exempt from ■mslisbt®. Book all ubo it dyspepsia mat ledfree
on my siomacti. Many times I would v Prepa-ed b« E. c. DeWITT AOO.. Chicago.
• - - - taxation and execution, as by law s„!rt bv , N Wallace.
' E.CAUSE, Its securities are all first LADIES! $500 REWARD
lie unable to retnln a morsel of food
Finally I was confined to my bed.
Doctors said I could not live. I read
on" of your advertisements on Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure and thought it fit my
case and commenced Its use. I began
to Improve from the first bottle, Now
I am cured and recommend It to all."
Digests your food. Cures all stom-
J. N. Wallaco.
mortgages on Iowa farms.
BECAUSE. Its officers and directors
are men oi well known ability and
LECAUSE, all bonds are payable in
gold at maturity.
BECAUSE, their bonds guarantee to
return the face value of each In
ten years, together with all the
accumulations from lapses In the
reserve and profit fund, and In
for a ca.«%
nate riiippreHKloo.iuiy caune my monthly ruffulator fun#
torolleve. Mall. Ilarmleiw veif- safe, mire, llow lontrmip-
prcut^i. lilt, JACIUMJN K. IU., K.U1U,Ittl'iesrtiorn*
IC! & 103 West 9th St., Kansas Gify, Mo.
Tho Old Reliable Doctor. Oldest in Aro and Longest Located.
A Regular Craduate in Medicine# Over 27 Years Special
Practice.—22 Years in Kansas City.
Authorized by the state to treat. Chronic, Nervous and Special Diseases.
Curct; guarantee.! om onry refunded. Ad rneuicin s furnished ready foruse
—no mercury or injurious mcdicinej used. No detention from business. Pa-
tients at a dis:ar treated by mail a .d express. Medicines fcertevcrvvrhere
free from gaze or breakage. No medicines sentO. O. l)M only bv ugreeni'-nt.
Charges low. Over eo.COu cases cured. State your case and send for terms.
Consultation free and confidential, personally or by letter.
Seminal Weakness and
FERGUSON INDEBTED TO
(From Wichita Eagle.)
fills all of ' " the Guthrie Leader's
i ^ . article charging Tom Ferguson with CAPITAL S200.000.
inesc require- ,,atlnf? ple wiU) a knife helpe(] to 6et Compare our capital stock wliu the
ments. The lilm the appointment. Some one capita' stock of other large companies,
contents of the article to Roosevelt, and requests for Information, either
he said: "That's all right. I'm not Personal or by letter, will be courte
every package tuntlng for u dancing master for that 0U8,y answered, either In person or
CUBE YOURSELF 1
Dm I?ifc<r for unnatural
irritation* or ulcerations,
of inucouii membranes.
Painine#, arid not aatrin-
|the Evans Chemical Co. *CDt or poisojous.
Cincinnati, o. EBB 80141 ,iy
or nent in plain wrapper
by express prepaid, foi
•1.00, or 3 bottl'i. |2.73.
Circular lent on ruques*
Devotes Hpeclal attention to nervous diR-
easpsof men and women and diseases of
j Sexual Debility,
folly andexcesses—causing losses by dreams
or with urine, pimples and blotches on tho
faee, rushes of blood to the head, pains in
b^ck, conf sed ideas and forgetfulne!5s,
bahhfulness, aversion to society, loss of sex-
ual power, loss of manhood, etc., cured for
life. I can atop night losses restore lost
sexual power, nerve and brain power, en-
large and strengthen weak parts and make
you fit for marriage.
Svnhil i< terrlblcdisease, In all
Its forms and stages, cured
for life. R ood Poisoning, Skin Diseases,
Ulcers. Sweillngs, Sores, Gonorrhoea and
Gleet, and all forms of Private Diseases,
positively cured or money refunded.
io l*f Strictly Pur
IS jruaranteed ioh, or a brocaded dude. I am look ^ mall, by addressing,
' Dutch lnK for methlng that has good
. j,,, ., , ... , teeth and Is not afraid to bite.
proccs.f /vhilc j,cad. It is the 1
hi :st and mo^t
that you can
us':. Insist on
For sal" l y all reliable paint
dealers throughout Oklahoma
and ti "(I'm Territory.
Co., St. Loi;ih Rkakch,
Health and Beauty.
A poor complexion is usually the
renult of a torpid liver or Irregular
•rnploying this nctlori of the bowels. Unless nnture'«
Dont Be Fooledi
fukc the genuine, origin.!
ROCK,' MOUNTAIN TEA
refuse is carried off It will surely
fi.use Impure blood. Pimples, boll.;
and other eruptions follow. Tlil< Is
nnt\ir<•' n ethod of throwing ofT the
polsonH which the bowels failed to
remove. DoWltt'g Little Early
Ri"' rs are world fatnou* for remedy-
in;< Ilils condition. They stimulate the
liver and promote regular and healthy
act'on of the bowels but never cause
griping, c amps or distress. Safe
J. N. Wallace.
*.id*r imly try MadUon Mcdi*
lie t".. ftUJitmn. W 3. It
I. > % .hi «e!t. O-.- t/ndf
nmrk cut on cell p.ck.i'r
i rict.', 35 cents. N.v.i r.wlJ
ill bulk. Accept n« «ubnli' I .
M ant. A.k your dru^gi.t. Ipilociple Is his safeguard
lt"ason Is a man's guard and moral
HENRY F. BURT,
fooins 13, 15 and 17 Bllllngsley Bldg.,
Snap! 80=Horse Power Steam
A comparatively new Springfield
steam engine, double slide valve,
cylinder 14x30, main shaft 8% Inches
by 11 feet long. This engine will be
f old at a big bargain, with the engine
will ko 2—foot pulleys to run shaft,
one Hi and one 20 luch face, also new
Gardner governor and lubricator, all
In first class shape. It will not be
ne.' i. nary to spend a cent In fixing or
repairing. If jou are looking for a
snfip nddr< s Henry E. Derwin,
Care Leader. Guthrie. Okla.
I'. O. H. a point within a hundred
miles of Guthrie.
Kootn 1", Gray hlork -Entrance from III-
cfsi n street ur'OkiahonM avenue.
Residence, No. ftl N. Division.
MONEY TO LOHN
On Renl Estate
and Chattel Security
s f r Sale
H. H HAGAN,
Eain and no exposure. No caustics, cutting,
ougies or sounds. No detention from bun-
neas. Tfaotuandi eared. A permftnt •
(fuaranteed or money refunded. Send stamp
for book, which fully explains this disease.
Vnrirnrplp- enlareed veins in the
<A1 scrotum-causing ner-
vous debility, weakness of the sexual gys-
tem, etc., permanently cured without pain.
Hvrl rnrplp «tlror),'y of the scrotum,
1 ijUi Uttic cured without p;tin.
1311 i m n ci c Bee hook—cured in a few
1 days without pain.
Rnok" for sexes, 96 pa^ea, 2? pic-
OUUIX. tureg true to life, with full de-
scription of above diseases, the effects and
cure, sent sealed in plain wrapper for six
cents in stamps
Free Museum |or„c,BOOM:
of Anatomy for men. L . tn a
Thousands of curiosities I ' ' ^ m
A sermon without words.! Sunday$, 10 to 12
ft. Mintonye N. M. Jone
MINTONYE & JONES
ATTOhNEYS AT LAW
Over Hank of (noIan Territory,
Guthrie, < klahomy.
Here !s a young lady whowas
bun i ilL)0< deaf ana dumb for 8") years.
-anird from .scarlet fever and catarrh of
middle ear. Her ears were dry and felt stop-
prd up. she had awful noises in her head,ear
drums shrunken and thickened. Specialists
•aid she could not be cured. She wa s educated
in Schoot for Deaf and I)umhat Olathe, Kan.
Two years ago Dr. Rranaman cured me, I
can now hear the birds sing, peopleta'k and
my clock tick. I know he cures Catarrh and
Deafness. TEN NIK E. McCRAY,
827 Nebraska Ave., Kansas City, Kat.
<rc nn cave^, Medicines and Vapor-
QviUU izer for home treatment.
Branaman Medical Institute
Cured at Home by a new and quick method.
Dr. Branaman ha. been located in Kansas Citv
Mo., ten years, during which time he has cured
thoussnda of sufferers. Write for home treatment
symptom blank, FURNISHED PR EE
CATARRH Sf the',"d a"cl Uiroat develops I'ar,
UH I Mil 11II Bronchial and Stomach Catarrh, Ear
Catarrh causes deafness and headnoises; Bron hial
Catarrh leadsto Asthma and Consumption; Stomach
Catarrh causes Dyspepsia, Indigestion and Cancer
of the Stomach WUh these condition* yon suffer
from torpid liver, weak back and kidney dihease.
A l«T20 Booklet this Mtrv^os Treatment FBLE
tl\j ■ ■■ inni •uiitimn rv i i ti NERVOUS
Asthma, head and luugs stop- and all Chronic
pea un, wheezing, rattling and
coughing day and night, can
not lie down, sits in a chair to
sleep. Has more trouble in
damp weather or HAY-FEVER
increases his puffering. He is
unfit for work of any kino. I
was in this condition for'^years.
Dr. Branaman cured me.
W. 11. CARPENTER,
1714 Euclid Ave., K. C., Mo.
diseases cut ed «t
the rate of
15.00 per month.
amination i n ti
free whether you
take treat ii.
Cor. 11th & Wai.nu
All business i
iw ;• ttended to. (
theusnal practice o
dl«-« tu ns gi en prompt
■ i k. the examining of
r f real t-vtate, ura wi. i
i tgagrs and other legal
document, i state uuu guaruiaublilp mat
ters a specialty-
.SX s?//' j '//j s <Y/<<yr/C)
Which college? Hill's of course! Why? Because it is the best la
everything. Business men say so, and you will too, when you try It. Twenty;
years of success have placed It at the top of the ladder. More/graduates in
ltish poBitlonn than all others In Texas combined, because they are educated
the best. Catalogue free. Address, R. H. Hill, Waco, Texae.
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