The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 35, No. 112, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 12, 1910 Page: 7 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTI1KIE OKLA. WKDNCSIUY OOTOflKR 12 1010.
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HELP WANTED FEMALE
CLAMIFIED ADVEJlTlf (N?
RATES. . :-. ;';
ton nt war fer Srt ln-
One-half cent a wera fof t
No c!lfied aavartlMmvM
accepted for lect than SO ttnta.
TaJapnone your want c4a to 7S.
Your advertlaemant this
ace will be ien by mr than
LADIES--Our catalogue explaiqs bow
we teach hair dressing manicuring
facial massage-- otc .lu f-w' weeks
mailed live. MoIit College St. Loula
Mo. '. v : '.;.-:
Official Orders of
I.IV'K agents wnnU-d for an article
which hells al. ijtght; no talking; eus
toini'iM urn waiting fur it. Dakota
d'oeiality Co. llui tIkIjui k. S. U.
I'UllTUArr Live -portrait agent
wanted liy tlx? Lawsun Portrait and
Frame Co. Center Tex.
FOR SALU Oliver typewriter; in
g line condition will soil cheap. Load
l'Oll SALU Royal typewriter'; od
condition. Leader oflk- - - .
FOR SALK Typewriter almost new.
Call at Leader office.
FIR 10 Insurance- Experienced local
and tivtiiliiR men. this in a snap
seldom met with Hox 413 (ialvcstuu.
V'A.TLT)-.Men to wilte Hie Insur-
ance on the easy payment not plan
In ( very county in Texas. Liox 157
LI Paso Texus.
WANTED Agents in every town and
hamlet In Texas to write luratiee
Tor the Southern Live Su fik insur-
ance Company of (.Jreonvilley 'Texas..
FOR SALE Large steel safo will sell
't or trade for similar sale. Call
'phone 8; 424 West Oklahoma 4t
FOR SALE Old papers in bundles at
fc and 10c at this office. . .
FOR SALE School district warrant
hooks. Call at Leader counting
FOP SALE First class Challenge
pap r cutter Uli-inch; terms easy.
Addrcs.r Leader fooffiee.
FOR SALE School district warrant
hooks at The Leader office.
FOR SALE Scholarship in American
school for correspondence of Chi-
cago. Address 10. H. care The Daily
FOR SALE New
election law. The
Cc and 10c bundles of old papers for
nale at this office.
FOIl SAL! Good eouitar for 112.00.
Leader of flea.
GREAT SOUTH GEORGIA
Travtirscd liv iIih
ATLANTA BIRMINGHAM & ATLANTIC
Lands nd.ipl.ihln to the widest ruiiK of
wnpn. . All tlio money crops of the. Smith
li iillfiilty pKHlticMl. For litoii ture treat-
ing wlh tins coming - country. Its noil
climate church und school advantages
W. H. LEAHY
General Pansenner Agent Atlanta Ga.
VANTED Families to pick cotton.
Ouartors furnished. $1.00 per
dred. l.fuii) aires. (lood cotton
dress V. K. Kelso Crescent.
AGENTS wanted to solicit loans In
Texas Mexico Arizona Oklahoma
Arkansas Louisiana and .Missouri.
Room (112. Trust ILdg. Galveston
WANTED Insurance agents In every
town and village in Louisiana and
Tej.as; fire lightning tornado hail;
strongest companies in America. Cra
ve! & Cage Managers Houston Tex.
iKii-t puhlNhcd tn 'I'Iih 1'ally Lender
Sept. :e l!)ll.)
CORPORATION COMMISSION OF
1 OKLAHOMA. .
'l .' CAUSE NO. 1051.' '"
PROPOSED ORDER NO. 80.
TO ' ALL! RAILROADS AND RAIL-
WAYS OPERATING AND DOING BUSI-
NESS IN THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA
AND TO WHQM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice h hereby given that the Mis-
souri Okluhoma and (.'tilt Hallway Com-
pany ImxUllcd application to thin Com-
mission to lit? relieved fixun the applica
tion of this Commission's orders No. H
11 36 45 BR IIS (II 'Mi 11 a 117 211:!. L'OS
and .all and be granted pcruilsslmi to
chai'nu rates higher than thnre named In
You and each of yon are hereby notified
that on ihe 12th day of October 1910 this
Commission will hear testimony hi its
office for or ttniilnnt the KruiitlnK of the
ipiext or said Missouri Oklahoma &
tlulf Jtallway . Company and spcelfybm
what rut oh tdialt apply on and via. the
lino of said Missouri Oklahoma Cult
Railway Company In lieu of the rates
inlea nnd conditions mentioned In thee
The Commission will nt the same time
take testimony relative to nny other mot-
tors geimnhi to this dtibject.
Ji E. LOVE
'A. V. WATSON
E. C. PATTON Sceretary.
Guthrie Oklahoma Sept. Ill l'JPl.
liRICHT Knctgeiic men can make
money telling our policies; pariclpaf
ir.g und no iparticipating; low 'rates
high commissions (iive good refer
fences first letter. Protective Life In
Mirance Co. -U2 Comtntrce street Unites.
AtilONTS To koII lots fastest grow
lug town in Texas; 401100(1000 Inet
of natural gas :soo oil wells; nee
ii ausporiatior. to each purchaser; hig
co!iimi.-si(ins. i'cti'olia Latin Co. Fort
WANTED Caiialile men liberal com-
missions to sell AniarH.o lots. Nnm-
her of cottaires co-ting $S0( to ?2IM0
pud large tracts West Texas lands
embraced in sale big building and
loan fund for benefit purchasers. lit
days after purchase to inspect prop
ci ty and if not highly pleased money
reiuiiflede. Can ttte a few more good
strong agents. Amarilio lmprovetiK ni
Co.. Amaril.o Tex.
WANTED Agents In every town it'
Texas for a good selling article. For
raiticulaw address Alfred Hooker
Fort Worth Texas.
the Commis."!!.! w lien the wi.ik in sunul
tnid unn coinpletloii of saoii' himli Ml
ii hoc and coi.ct t-t.ili-mcn; shm lb
co I of the hnpi-'ivemi ltt.i 'h ill file a
corrected and up to dale iopy of the map
of the city town. Milage or coimmmli '.
!n which such extensions iij'd Pel ' rincniH
aie made designating. pr code murklMK.-
ou the map tlie extent of I lie iinito c-
ineiily If lich linpi'ovciiictns inn m nli
outside of tiny city town' vtllane or com-
munity n map of llii county in winch
Kiich'lmpwemeiits are madd 'sliiill hf
filed ; dehltfnat lug pt code ..mnikliiK on
said map the extent Of thn.lmpreveuientr;
the ot of Kiich linpro cuieiits to be re-
ported Upon completion of wame.
Rule No S. Each (iperiilhiK System
shall report the os ; of property or wrl-
ous interniptlon In the service caused by
Klre Wind Sled or other etiuses within
ten (pi) days nfler such Ions or Interrup-
tion; Hhall Immediately repre t sei ion. ut
fivtnl nccldcnts to per-mis mid how
Ruin No. ! Each 'operating Sytcin
Hhall between the first and tunth of each
month keep un nerurntf record of the
number of local subscribers calls per hour
for tlu twenty-four hours of any day
selected between the above mentioned
dates for enell and every exchange nr.l-
tiected with lis system aim snail rue
copy of such record In the olflce of tlie
Commission not later than the flltecutii
day of the atne month..
J. R. LOVE
A. P. WATSON.
Attest: B. C. PATToN
Cnthrle. Oklahoma (tctolor 12 ItUii.
The Oklahoma Weekly Leader one
year and a copy of General Jami-
son's Hook "Willi Walker In Nlca-
rauga" for only 7 cents. This offer
is good until October 1. The Weeklv
Leader contains all national and state
news farm nnd local Information.
Itegular price of the Weekly Leader
one ytar is ?L()0. This is a special
offer; seventy-five cents gets one
year's subscription and Jamison's
hook postpaid. Address The Leader
FORT. WORTH LIFE-Agents make
most money because our policies
are best sellers. Producing agents
wanted. W. E." iiiown Genera! Man-
ager Fort Worth Texas.
OPPORTUNITY We 0ffr exclusive
state agency to energetic salesman;
new line patented specialities reor-
der articles. Vaco Manufacturing Co.
115 Firs; National Rank llldg. Oak-
HELP WANTED MALE
WANTED An experienced imple-
ment man for store nt Chandler.
Write or phone D. Filtsch Chandler
MEN UNDER 35 for government mail
service. Exceptional ' opportunity
right r.ow. Heginnlng salary about
t" per month. Rapid promotion
permanent vacation and sick leave at
full pay. Address I. S. C. l!ox 7!)S
H. & B. BEER
NEW ORLEANS LI.
Cotton Stocka Honda CoSee. Cl
torn Bvd OH Grata aid Prorlalcu.
New OrUaca Cottoa Exeaaif.
K. C. Kulura Brokers AdiocUUna
New York Stock Eicaaac.
New York CoMon Eichanja.
New York Coffee ExehaaM.
New York Produce Exchtaj;.
Chicago Board of Trada.
Liverpool Cotton AsiocUtlos.
Private wlrsa to prlceip! aoiate
( V list pllbllhe l In ( iuthrhi Oallv Leader
October 12 linn.)
CORPORATION COMMISSION OF
PROPIiSKD oltOEIl NO. 82.
Cause No. pi; I.
lo Ail steam and Electric Railroad or
Rallwry Companios to the Pullman
Company and to all Persons Firms
and Associations Engaged in the
Transportation of Persons and Prop-
erty for Hire In the State of Oklaho
ma and to AH Whom It May Con
lotl are hereby notified (hat In the
ollleo 01 the Corpoi-ation Commission ol
Oklahoma In the City of (iuthrle okla
lionia on tho 16th day of November.
1:il nt li:im o'clock A. M. the Com
mission will hear aity utiJectUeiM which
may be urged iiKalnsl tlie followiiiK pro-I-osed
order rule leKUlatlon and te.
All employee of steam and electric
railways or rallrouds tlm Pullman Com
pany nnd nil persons firms or s.cla-
tions r-guliirl etiKaKed lu the tranpor
tntlon of persons or property for hire
employed in tue operation or any car
train or other vehicle of conveyance In
tb Stiito1' of Oklahoma us conductor.
' am auditor hmkcmuu luolonnan pol
ler or otiiyrwise. miall nt all tlnn.'. ex-
tend to tho public and to each Individual
pusseiiKer or patron every possible cour
tesy and lierform every duly devolved
upon him by his imisUIoii : provide
comfort und convenience to the publt
and to till passenger and patrons.
A copy of thU order sliull be jiostei In
ft conspicuous place In each mill every
ear or coach In -which passengers ar
i-eRiilarly carried for hlie.
COIil'OKATK IN COMMISSION".
J. K. lovi:
A. P. WATSON
Attest: K. C. PATTON
Outhrie. Okliihunm. October 12. l!HO.
Chicago 4; St. Louis 3
Chicago Oct. 12--St. Louis lorceti
Chicago to work lite ten Liplugs by a
hcore of. 1 to :i Co - A'A '.'
Hid hits by Smile cini ;'.to mit !Jtro
the tenth scored the W Hinln'y; t:ii. .
Score by innings: ' . It II 1'.
Pt. Louis .... 200 OK) 000 t -3 -!) 1
Chlcagi) 200 out) ool I I s 1
Hu! lories-Golden and lilies; Reul-
luiidi Richie and Kliug.
Summary Two hase hits - Sliuite
Three base hit EUln.
Itasca on halls - Golden 0; Hen!-
Struck out Golden ); neulhaeh 2;
Umpires Rlglcr and O'Day.
New York. 12-1: Philadelphia 7 0
V..w York Oct 12- The New i oi'K
nnd Philadelphia teauvt split a iiouim
header ihc locnhi winning tlie lirsr
Pi to 7. bv their ability to hit Siiauiiii
tor nn.l Coin. Tho Secolnl gilllie. me
last of tlie champion1 ilp season went
to Philadelphia f to 1.
VI rut Kiinio- R H
Philadelphia .. 200 120 000 7 15 1
New York .... i22 i22 20 -12 Hi
P.alteries SlaugMer Culn. tilrai'il
nnd Movan; Maniuard atv.l Wilson.
Minimnry Two base hits Sl;u;li-
tcr Gowdy Devlin' p.ates Wulsh
Three base hits-Tucker 2
Home run Doolan.
Struck out Maniuard f Slaughter
1; Glrai d 2
liases on bails-Marcjuard 4; Cull1
I- Slaughter 4.
Umi'lres-Hason and .loliuslone.
Second game; u II
PMl.uli lphla . . . into OCi) no (i 10 2
New York ono ono ti--l 2 :'.
P.atterh's--Chnlniers tind McUoii-
nough; IPunli'li'lit; and Wllsan.
Summary-Two base bits - P.nK s.
Throe lia'-o Ml- Walsh.
Struck out -Hendricks 2; Chalmers
Umpires .lohnsliine and Eu:-oii.
"iM tm m m it
la I R-OTV:.V.:ft w m I
l IM iVV-V-.-:
taj i'j.n j h procured also sold on
commission. Positively no advance
fee. Patent Exchange Jenifor Build-
ing Washingtoa D. C.
r FOR PJ0NT Two nicely furnished
W south rooms phone 121 ?20 E No
ide. . .
FOR RENT South room. Filtsch
building. Write D. Filtsch al
Chandler OkU. or apply at Leader
I U. BILLINGS
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Gand Crushed Rock Build-
ing Stone Cement and
Producers of Cimarron River
Room 9 Lyon Block. Phone 1190
SALESMEN WANTED -
WANTED Three salesmen to sell
joods on the Instollment plan Col-
lum Commerce Co.
J. D. GRAYS. Proprietor.
Jdwel)adftpren-f-alt kinds fur-
nlshed at very reasonable price. See
j tue before you buy. J. D. GRAYS.
PHONE NO. 10.
LEARN WIRELESS & R. R. TELEG-
RAPH Y Shortage of fully 10000
operators on account of 8-hnur law and
extensive "wireless" developments. We
operate under directi siipervisiotj of
Telegraph Olllclals .ami ositlvily
place 1I students Jtvhcn 'qnaHfied.
Write f r cattilogue. Nat'l Telegraph
Inst. Cincinnati Philadelphia Mem-
;.his St. Paul Mlnrft; Enid Okla. Col-
jrimbia S. C Portland. Ore.
J I 125.101 REWARD For nddre: of par-
.Vvv who on June 8.1910 piuye.I . pool
-1n Outhrie with siranufcr and lost ins
11 money .Vad revolver in game. Addre":-
" I m It'lll 1. r4iitt.li-.cr hijl.
J. e. lllllicr. nuauia M.vn
"Conalgn y.uir grain to us.'J
515-510 Board of Trade
KarieafCity"Mo. Write uh
Chicago 111.. Oct. 12 Those tdglit
base hits credited to Lu.lolo in St.
loula Sundav may not give him the
llle of champion bntsmaii of 1010
and the gas wagon which goes with
ii. There never will he. nny more
prizes hung up for ball players to
compete for with the sanction of tue
National commission that s a cinch.
President Johnson of the American
League has started an Investigation
of the reports sent out irom Aiouni
City reflecting on the honesty of the
eight hits given Ijijoie and the lea-
gees executive may iaie a iiauu in
the ofllclal scoring of that Sunday
double header If he finds Rnytltliig
that looks crooked. Then again lh
ight hits may not do Lajole ny
thing but harm because the margin
given blm in the uiiiilllciul llguiei
was so close that the otliclul averages
may show mat good won any way. u
tetiuires only a slight clerical orroi
o make difference of more than
three points In a season's batting1
average secretary Alcitoy or tne lea
gue Is the only v;irce of ollielal lu-
oimutlon on Uie subject and lie Is
:ii t vet In possession of It.
The ofllclal scores of the closing
si ries lu which Cobb and Lajole play-
d have not been sent In. Newspaper
icorcn are not considered otuciai
even when prepared ny otuciai scor-
ers themselves because of typograph-
al and tolegruphieal errors which
ere hound to creep in aespito eveiy
preenuti n lo guard against them
(!ulv the score certified to by the
nfllcial scorer In writing and mailed
by him to the secretary of the lea-
gue Is placed upon I he league's ref
ills. Until these scores of the lin-
al games of the year arc received
an the ollielal nverages be closed up
ml figured. Then the records must
p gone over by an expert accottnt-
i.t and checked before it will he
nown who won that automobile. In
lite imtnllme the Investigation of
tiie alleged scandal in St. umls can
h" completed and It will be known
hetber Lajole really Is entitled to
the hits he Is said to have inano
there. Speaking of the matter yes
trdav president Johnson said:
Ban Will Find Out
Those reports may not be nlto-
Intend to find out
an JnvestlKation ol
them to leain tho facts regardin
those hits creditc! to !.j"!0. lTt''
I hove learned the truth I will not de-
cfde what course to pursue. It may
he that tho collusion chiirgd was
oulv apparent and the reports wcr
From the reports. I gathered that
the hits. If Irregular were the fault
of Northern an outtiemer ami torn
den. n shortstop who was playing
third base. Ilnth are minor leaguers
just breaking lu. It is not natural
to suspect them of favoring Lajole
i the expense of Cicir own reputa
tions which they have yet to male.
It would be much more mitral to sus-
pect them of Ignorance of how to
MACK'S MEN DEFEATED
Philadelphia Oct. 12 -Tlie series
between 1he All Stars a picked team
o American league players under
ll.f. iiinnaeemenl of James .McAleor of
C'e Washington flub tin.; the Phila-
delphia American league team tlie
object being to keep Connie Mack's
champions on edge began yesterday.
The All-Stars won R to .1. Render
piank and Coombs each pitched thro
things and all were hit hard while
Johnson was very effe'tivc and In the
filed Inning struck out llmtel Obi-
ring and Collins. Cobb of Imlrolt
failed to appear. All or the games In
the series will be played here except
on Friday when the teams will play
Score pv innings: R O E
Ml-Stsrs '. Oil 210 2C0-S K W
Philadelphia ... O'.iO 000 1)01 --a 7
Pallcrics Johnson and Street
Render Coombs pl.ml:. I app aim
Summary -Two b.tae hits - Mber
field Street Johnson MeltibK' oi
Three base lilts - Speaker .Mdn-
wirneU out Johnson K: render i.
rtmioM un balls -Johmnin 3: Coombs
Umpires- lllneen and Egan.
CANDIDATE FOR REGI3IEH
H. A. KILMER
j : Company
Typewriters for Sale Trade1 or
Rent. Expert Repair Work
t.'hpt published In Outhrie Daily Leader
October 12. 1VHM
CORPORATION COMMISSION OF
proposko niu;it no. si.
Cause No. KiTH.
i'u All Telephone Companies Operating In
the State of Oklahoma and to all
Whom it May Concern:
You are hereby notified that In tlie
office of the Corporation Commission of
the State of Oklahoma. In the City of
Oiitbrii. Oklahoma on tho Pith day of
November 19ID nt ten o'clock A. M.. tlie
said CominlsKlou will hear any objection fether true but I
which may be urie-d by any neivoiis In- Mid have started
tcrcKted n gainst the following proposed
order rule regulation nnd requirement
AH telephone compnntCH. or combination
of telephone sui u-h-Kruph companies
Individually- owned telephone systems
mutual or partnership telephone IIiicm or
R.vstems all neHlKtiaieii . uert'lnarter as
eiH-h ''operating system". shall file In tin
officii of tlie Corporation Commission
such information tu i:i required by the
Rule Ni. 1. Each Operating Fyslcm
shall flip a t-nreet nnd complete dcliedult1
of charges fratest malo for nvrvli-e for
Local Sub: i i I'.ci's SlalioiiK for nil
classes of sec. leo rendered within the In
corporate limbs jir natural limit of any
city town. il!ie or community in which Hy for J.ajole in the field and of be
kiicIi yteln operai ins. o.R tricked U)" 8
Rule No. Kaeli OperntililC System
hall file a cn-ecl and complete schedule
oi all lAmg IilstaiHH or loll chaijjeH or
rates for all pnlnut on its tiysleiii to
Reihff with Information In detail as to
how such charges or rates are figured
Rule No.. Knell. Operathij; System
shall file a schedule cf clmixes made for
Individual or party line Rural Siibscrib.'rs
also a schedule of HWitehinK charge for
Rul No. 4. Kuch Oporutlng System
shall when Issuing a telephone direct rv.
print In a conspicuous part of mu-.lt
directory the rates for local Kubscrihei
station nml toll rates to the principal
IMiints on It system f f.ich'fxclmtige.
Ilule Nv ..;. Each Openitlrig H
twn.aliaU flltua .copy of the bylAwsi hioler
which Its system is opera! Injr nnd sb-ill
notify Hie CommlsHlon In writing of nny
chanuo of officers or nianaKeui.-nt made
at any time. '
Rule No. 6. ' Kach Operating Sys em
shall notify the ("orumlfnioii of Hip pur-
chase or nle -of nny operating pro -rty
nt the tlmw tf the purchase or sale.
: Rule &.- I-.Kach OiwrallnK. fym.'m
shftll niwify. ttm )mmiwtor or 'rn.i-jf.leep. He fifiys Foley's Kblney Hem-lCfttch HemfiK
(..niia-.tfift-f endinft nnd 1:1--itifiit.4 und Klv eomnlettiv cured biin. J. N. Wal- hlldiv-n. It
i - 111
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No. 224 Wed Oklahoma Avenue' the wtitcoat of uch; ha notify laca.
.batsmen of hia well-!
Known resource i.nt can n i" '-
te.e about that after 1 rccLe the au-
it'.-:llc iuforir.iition ' ai a; c.-
Lame hack is one of the most com-
nion forms or muscniar rueitmaimm.
A few applications of Charnb -rla n b
Liniment will give relief. Kor tale
by all dealers.
SEATS ALL SOLD
Chicago. O.-L' 12 Tho entite 3w"
reserved seats for the worlds ciiam-
pionshlp baseball games at the West
Side ball nark were allotted yester
day. Reouests for seats reaching
more" tjinu. double that number coul l
not lM-i -.ailed t Thei caampionsitip
games will be started on the 17th.
A GENEROUS AND
"1 wih all might know of the bene-
fit ; received from your Foley's Kid-
ney Remedy." says J. N. Regan.-Far
mer. Mo. . Ills kidneys and bladder
gave blm s much pain misery and
BiMKivsnce. be could itot work nor
Wliose love talc Iiaa
charmed young atul ol-l
for cvrul eneratiunj.
inatlc herself arJ ' tlie
arJent John AlJen
happy hy inducing him
to "apeA far hiawelf.'
But she did not have
the advantages of the
young women of today
who are made particu-
larly luppy because of
the dainty comfortable
hoot familiarly I nown
I V are Cxclu!vt Aenti
Vobiev Merrltt Higgetibothain Detn-
ocraiic candidate for register of deeds
of Uigan county was born in oiu
Virgin in" in Amherst county. Ills
.treat grandfather ' father's side
r;itne from Scotland and hi great
-i i limit her f if Mil Ireland. Ills moth
uuu n deicendant of the fighting
vir.tii (iti- of liis ureal uncles of
this name was a soldier under Wash
MIL I IIll dnrlni: tho Ilevuldtiou. An
other was with Paul Jones. Two other
great uncles served in the Mexican
war. IIIh father moved from Virgin
ia to Ohio while Volney was still a
small boy and Volney was raised on a
farm In the northwestern pari of the
state lie was educated lu the public
schools of Ohio Btid the University ut
Ada. He has taught suecesbfully for
21 years; sixteen years In Ohio and
five years after ho came West. lie
scttlc-l In Oklahoma the year "The
Strip" opened and has put two "black
Jack" farm-i In cultivation llo has
always been a good Democrat and has
done much for the party. He has held
the office of justice of peace for
twelve years but never In that time
settled a case on the docket but in
every case affected a compromise lie
believes that honor and principle ore
greater than dollars and cents uid
I hat a man should be holiest and pave
a higher Interest than jurt being hon-
est for policy's sake. Uf elected to of-
fice he will try to fill It with honesty
and erflf b iicy. and he most earnest-
ly solicits your support regardless
Don't trifle with a cold fs good ad
vice for prudent men 'and women. It
may be vital In rime of a child t acre
i noihing better than Chamberlain's
tn. cnugUa and colds
In saf and sure. For
Monarch Dry Goods Co
EAT RINEHART'S HAMS
EAT RINEHART'S BACON
ASK FOR RINEHART'S
KVIHKNCIC O I'l'ISl.lf COXFIHF.NCK.
Mv the mom painstaking courteous ami erflt U-nt aiteii-
tion rendering a service that in every way meets the heeds
of Us patrons this bank has extended Its usefulness and
brcadciietl Its facilities null! it In today one of the foremost
financial Institutions In the state evidencing the absolute
conlido'ice in uhicli jt U held by the public. Deposits sub-
je t in check ate Invited in any amounts hiiiI time Certificates
are issued bearing lihorui rates of Interest.
II . U II It IT. f
J . B .FA1P FIELD
Transfer Coal Wood and Storage
Goods Packed Stored
and Shipped to Order.
rnone 20 Office and Yards 407-409 Weil
rz -rrzi-Harrison. - .
Oklahoma State Bank.
Our di)HitH am prottjetwd by "DtipoBltorflV
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 35, No. 112, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 12, 1910, newspaper, October 12, 1910; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc615730/m1/7/: accessed April 22, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.