The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 49, Ed. 1, Monday, August 4, 1902 Page: 2 of 8
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MdflDAY AUGUST 4 1902.
THE LEADER OUTHRIE OKLAHOMA
REAL ESTATE TBANSFEpS.
Charles R Ciillctt ta Ella F.
Orubcr wd lot 23 bltt IA
SEVEN MINISTERS IN
(By Associated i'ress.
Keswick. Ont. Aug. 2. Tho Kov.
Outhrlo Proper .i ? 3G0.(Qj Charles H. Hfllner of this place and
J 0. Llebhnrt and w'toll. F.
Stokes wil lot 19f bl& S9. f
Ooo. W. Hopkins and w to
John Orlfiln wd lots 20.
21 blk 89. East Guthrie . . .
"W. H. Gray and w to D. V.
HanenprntL wd lot 14 blk
65 Guthrie Prrper ..rw.v2700jQp
P Q. Spllman to Jno.J-H.ff ;
Neher qea. lofs ll 12 blk
Logan Ooimiy lo oA'( 0. Scar
gent tax d lots 23 24 blk
Warren IT. Hyselt nntl w Id
Cash B. Hj-boII tied all or
parts of blksf 1 '2 '3 G. 6
8 9 10 11 12 13 14 10
20. 21 23 2p 27 31
Mhlo six 'sons all ministers of tbo bos-
i I i
i pel met In family reunion today at
1.06 LaKc Slmcoc. Tho father Is a mem-
I ber of the Dsptlsi chUTh as are four
I of bis sons who have charges nt
305.00 Noirlstown. N J Newark; N. J.;
Providence H. I.; nndKeswick Ont
Tne other son? pr members of the
Christian church 'and are Ibcatd at
Irvtngton N." J. and Oshawa Can.
There was anotherson also ia minis-
125.00 ter who dlel some years ago. Dr.
I lfalner Is proud of his family and be-
;C Jt is wltnout parallel In America.
New Hours For Opening Library.
Library often on all secular days
ttrndays Included forotn S a m to
1 30 p. m. Open on Sundays from 2
to 5 p.m.
Henry Linn has the place one door
we6t of the new city hall.
INTEREST paid on deposits
GUTHRIE SAVINGS BANK.
t To My Friends.
It Is With Joy 1 tall you "hat Kodol
lid for mfi. I wiw tiw.hli-tt with mr
'Uoinach for sovoral months. Uion
Orlando 300.00 1 being advised to use Kodol 1 did so
Q r-mr-i-w " 'and words cannot loll tne good It htB
I imperial Bar
A K nniVPU. Prntl.
TInmp rtf fln IVhfOrfplL Wlnca ami
V H.McnrarrsrcdAr Urookllye
12 years old Sol "f hentuexy Jla
tile Springs and McGregor's Kye over
Planter's Club Special by the pint
quart or ea:ion.
Helm's Beer tn draught anil all
til indK of bottled user.
Kindest of courtcar extended to all
so don't lorget tlje pumbcr
107 Soviih Second St.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES
IL 111 J
115 17 405 1 Stations I 400 I 18
ADS WITH MONEY
TO A D. T.:ESSEfi.
5 cent per line (Irst Insertion SH eenta
per line each nubsequent insertion
FOR SAW2 -Good tandem price M
WANTKD Do you wtntagood claim in the
Kiowa country t Vou can get (t by buying
the Leader- complete list of Ollng. It will
point out to you those who nave failed to
make good Cling Ty proper settlement on
the claims a required by law.
WANTED A girl at once. Call at 508 East
Ilarrl'on. iaust come tell recommended
Mr. Dr aunn
WANTED-Oood club list Solicitor. Call al
w.TDrJob!our "ecoud-hand turn
Look Pleasant Please.
Idono mo. A nollllOr hod dyspepsia
Photographor a C. Harlan of Eat- that lio hnd tried most everythlns.
on O. can do so now. though f6r ' told hlu) to uso Kodol. Wor-lo of
years he couldn't because ho suffered BiatltUde linve conio to raO from him
untold agony from tho worst form rf btcnwvj I recommended It. Geo. W
lt.dlgestlon. All physlcfans and meil- Fry Viola Iowa. Health Ttud
ictnes failed io'hclp him till ho tried strength of mind and body depend ou
Electric BiUcrs. which worked such the stomach and normal activity ot
ll wondero for him that he declares they t !' diReallvo organs Kodol tho giV.U
" aro a godsend tp sufferers from dys-'construeUve tonic cures all sum-
pepslBp and "stomach troubles. Un- ach and bowel troubles Indigestion
rivaled for diseases of the Stomach Uvspopsia. Kodol digests any good
Liver and KIdneys'jtho'y build up and food you eat. Take a dose after
giro now nio to tne wnoio system. "-"ic
Try them. Only 60c Guaranteed
by "Wheeler acJ Son druggists.
Tho Bpokogee Spokcflman Is
namo of tho paper at Spokogoe
now town on the Fort Smith
Western In tho Creek nation.
J. tf. Wallace.
J Baker Is editor and proprietor. It
in a four-column ten-page paper with
lots of ltre stuff about' Its town.
lltchlng piles? Never mind If ev-
erything else ailed to euro you. Try
Doan's Ointment. No fnlluro there
M cents nt any drug store.
A citation has been issued by order
of Governor Gilbert W. Dukes of the
Choctaw' nation summoning Judge
Wesley Anderson supremo Judge of
tho Choctaw Indian court to appear
beforo him on August 0 for tho pur-
pose of removal. Incompetency Is the
(First published ir the Daily Leader
July 23 1902.)
Application for Liquor License. .
Territory of Oklahoma County fi
Notice is hereby given that
Frank E. Mater
has this day filed in the oSlco of t.
County Clerk In and for said County
his petition asking that a liccir-o tx
granted him to sell at retail maii
spirituous and vinous liquors ou
Lot 10. block 58 Third ward city of
Guthile in said County and Territory.
It no protest bo filed on or befort
August1 5th 1002
his petition will ho granted nn(
Witness my band and the seal ov
said county hereto affixed thlr
21ot day of July 19C2.
J. B. Dobson County Clerk
By F. 8. Pulliam Deputy.
For 30 Dsxys
All my large stock of
Surreys Stanhopes and
If you arc really deslrouH of bar
gatust ucic in juui vuauvc
Cor. Cleveland and Dlvltlon
ram CMlCMraitHa tnauBH
F-r4NSAFC l.t.tlki.1 Iridic.. utDwrtal
ll 1IEI 'H4 UoM svlUI Imih -tin
"lit bjo. illboo TLn ether. Kcrwia
PanKcrvv Hnbtttiillii aad JmIia-
llon. Ilu of jar trc(l.t. r tn& 4v. Ia
rtimrc f. l'ptlfUr TMtllaiaNUla
al llfller ftor l.lf" In Ulttr tf r
l.r Mill. I O.IXIO TMUmoiUJa 8-H kf
I llBcclflti. ChlFhitr Chemical Ja
KutKi U.U tpn HmMnm Br l'HILA.. 1'A.
i " -r
DO VOL' WANT IT
- Olt A
OltTIOX OF IT?
Wo havo It to loan on
City & Rosldenco Property
hTh. ag an
1 410 I 412
I pat'r trgh
WANTED Orders lor notarial seal; price
18 M. made in three day at Leader Office
10 15a I
WAMTKD-The addreB8 of J. R. Matthew n
formerly of Mulhall Address E. I. U care
Guthrie A Western.
145 I u- I I 144 I il5
frght pa'r ) paas'r 1 f rpht.
a. m P- m p. m. p. m
8 10 1 2 30 ...Outhrle. 116 no
8 40 2 50 ...Seward.. 12 54 44
a 57 S 03 ... .Uerp . II 41 fl 27
6 22 3 22 .. .Cashfon... It U 8 3l
9 42 n 37 .. Heeding .. 12 07 5 4!
0 20 4 10 Klngnacr. 11 3 5 00
WANTED-5 YOUNO MEN from Logan
County at once to prepare for positions
in thd Government Service. Apply to
Intestate Corres. Inst Cedar Uaplds Ia
POn 8ALE. vi e-
FOR SALE-A Clood main street lot In
Btl-oud) will tell for IIOO Addres O. K
Qarhcr care Leader.
"VVANTELv-An o'd Remington type-
wrUpr .a. if of no use for writing
.icss "N. A. Y." Leader office.
Choctaw Oklahoma A nW.
The Gentleman's Resort
The t)Cit of Wines Liquors and
L D. Fossett Prop.
$1500 r UARANTEED vearly ti hUb class
manor uoinan. with chance fdt promotion
and advanced salary to have charge umall
offlce at home or In borne town tn attend to
correFpondence. advertising and other
work. Itis'ness of hlehei t order and backed
by solid men flnapriall) and politically. A
great opportunity tor .he right person En-
cloe self addressed stamped envelope for
full particulars to Walter 11. Redman Qen-
eral Superintendent Corcoran building op-
posite united States Treasury Washington
WANTED Agents to sell popular Magazine
'Ten Short Stories.'' Apply at Leader
WANTED -experienced lubricating oil sales
men with established trade; Utg -Induce
racnts to men of ability The A Q i."rbaugh
Co Cleveland O.
Money to loan on city property
cither private or company money
lowest terms. J. B. Urcen.
J. II. WIlklnB prosecuting attorney
for the Central district has. notified
excessive holders of land In the Choc-
taw nation that they will bo prosecut-
' od If tboy do not at once relinquish
lands held in excess of 260 acres.
I INTEREST paid on deposits at
GUTHRIE SAVINGS BANK
k NEW FAST TRAIM
Between St. Lonls and Kansas City. us4.
OKLAHOMA CITYi '
And principal points in Trns and tho Bontb
west. This train Is now throughout sod is
made up of tho finest equipment provided'
with electric lights and all other modern-
traveling conveniences. It runs via our now
Red River Division.
Every nppllsnoo known to modern car
building' and railroading; bus been employed
In the mako-up ot this service Including
Cafe Observation Cars
nnder the management ot Fred. Barrey.
Fall Information aa to rates and all details ol
a trip via this new route will bo cheerfully
furnished upon application by any ref-
eoUUvo ul the
(World's Fair Special.)
Leaves Oklahoma City .... 0:30 p.m.
Arrives Kansas City 7:00 a.m.
Arrives St. Louis 11:30 o.rru
Arrives Memphis C:00 p.m.
(St. Louis Express.)
Leaves Oklahoma City .... 9:50 a.m.
Arrives St. Louis 7:15 n.tn
Leaves Kansas City 7:16 p.m.
Arrius Oklahoma City ... 7:30 n.m.
(Arkansas and Oklahoma Express.)-
Leaves St. Louie 10:00 p.m.
Arrives Oklahoma City .... 6:45 p.m.
Through cars and Pullman Palace-
sicepors between Oklahoma City Kan-
sas City St. Louis and Memphis. For
rates and other information call on
nearest Frisco System Agent or ad-
dress tho undersigned.
B. F. Dunn
Division Passenger Agent
Still On at Hirschi's
The Goods We Are Advertising at Half Price
MUST BE SOLD.
Why pay the f ulJ price for a good
CUSHION TIRED BUGGY
When the same article can be purchased of Hirschi
AT HALF PRICE
These Buggies Must be Sold
These Plows Must be Sold
These Implements must be sold. This Harness must be sold.
We need the robm that's the reason we are knocking off
nearly 5o per cent for cash. We can't help how competitors
feel. We must sell and sell we must. Everything in the Im-
plement Buggy and Wagon line goes. Hereafter we sell noth
ing but Hardware. Get dn line; Good Sulkey Plow $30.
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X WEST HARRISON AVE. rv TI IV OVTTJ. WEST HARRISON AVE
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 49, Ed. 1, Monday, August 4, 1902, newspaper, August 4, 1902; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc71818/m1/2/: accessed November 18, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.