The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 97, Ed. 1, Monday, September 29, 1902 Page: 2 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA MONDAY SEPTEMBER 29 1992
A Bank Account
Is a go-d thing to have. Gives you that feeling 01 $
S indepcndcnceand self-reliance that you won't got in any $
ffl other way. Have you au account? Start one today with jj
ffl us in our home savings department. $1 will do it. j
B Get one of onr Home Savings Bauks: Its free and ty
K save the amountvou usuallv snend forunneeessnrv tliinm:. ul
f. It will surprise you to see your account grow. $
mrise you i
ffl Save only twenty-fiye cents each working day for five $
lshort years and you will have $119.10. Jj
'j I. 27.500 I Idle lUnli Are in lit.
Start a Bank
here in Guthrie
The svstem is simnle. Whv not toin the
ba.nd of 1000 money servers. You can "w
m open a. bark BtCcouni with $1. $
I CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK J
I GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA. f
ELECTRIC POWER TO IRRIGATE.
New Orleans La. Sept. 20. The
Southern railroad la behind a sehomo
for the equipment of. rlco plantations
in Louisiana and Toxas with olootrlc
power for mill Irrigation pumps and
liarvosting machlnory. Exports say
tho schome will revolutionize rloo cul-
ture ng It solves tho cheap irrigation
A Boy's Wild Ride for Life.
With family around expecting him
to die and a son riding for Ilfo 18
inleg to got Dr. King's New Discov-
ery for Consumption Coughs and
Colds' wlfflfrowp of k$mll9i Intl.
endured death's agonies f?pm ait)'
Ta lnit this wonderful medicine gajn
instant relief and Foon cured him. Ho
jvritos; "I now sloop soundly vory
bight." LIUo niarvolous cures Of
CohBUmptlon Pneumonia Bronchitis
Coughs Colds and Grip prove Its
tnatchloss merit for all Throat and
Lung trouble. Guaranteed bottles
60c and $1.00. Trial bottles froo at
"Wheoler and Son's drug store.
FORMER KANSAN DEAD.
Had Made Himself Prominent In De
troit Business Circles.
By Associated Press.
Detroit Mich. SopL 23. Wm. V.
Mul key vlco president of tho salt
company and owner with his sons of
the Kingman Salt Mining Co of
Kingman Kae. and a largo stock
holder in tho Toloda and Monroe Elec-
tric railroad dlod Saturday. Mulkoy
came here in 1893 from Hutchinson
Verdict Rendered Against Youthful
Salt Lake City Murderer.
(By Associated Press.)
Salt Lake City Utah Sopt. 30-
Iloy Kalghn. an 18 year old boy who
hot and fatally wounded Win. S.
Haynee. a Chlcngo traveling man
while the latter was sitting In the ro-
tunda of Knutsford hotol last No-
vember was found guilty of volun-
tary manslaughter. Sentence wag de
BANK RESERVE INCREASED.
(By Associated 1're.ss.)
New York Spt. S&. The" weekly
bank statement shows clearing hou
banks hold $i2sG.Gs5 in excess of the
reserve required by law. Last week
tho hanks held $10420(0 less than
Water Cure for Chronic Constipation.
Tako two cupa of hot water half an
hQijr hpforo opcIi moal and Just boforo
going to bod bIbo a (jrinK of water
hot or cold about two hours after
ep.'h pical Take lots of outdoor ox-
ercisowalk till tlriVG. Mako a
.Vf ' lar liftblt of this and in many
cafcos chronic constipation may bo
cured without the uro of any medi-
cine When a purgatlvo is rebuired
take somothlng mild and gentlo like
Chamberlain's Stomach and Livor
Tablets. For sale by Eaglo Drug
TRAIN LEFT THE RAILS.
Twenty-six Persons Killed and A
Score Injured on French
(By Assoolatqa 1'ress.)
Paris Sept 29. Twpnty-slx per
ons have been killed and a scoro of
people injured as the result of an
accident to an txpross train running
Ifom Mile tp ParlA The train left
'the rails while crossing a switch at
Arlux where it did not s'on nnu
white going nt a great speed.
For a bad taste In the mouth take
Chamberlain's Stomach and Llxer
Tablets. For sale by Bagle Drnc
(By Associated Prens.)
Detroit Mich. Sept. SO. Dr. J. B
(By Associated Press.
Syracuse N. Y. St. 20. the lie-' Kennedy manager of Dexter M. Vi
liubHciui rongresolonal convention of iy's campaign for the United Slate
tlis Twenty-ninth district met here to- senate announced that Ferry had
day and renominated Congressman wltlnliawn from the contest.
Michael F. Drtscoll by reclamation. I ..
HAND VOIR WANT
ADS WITH HONEY
6 cents per line flmt Insertion 9M cent
per line each subsequent I inert. on
Garnished rooms lo fent-308i Vine"
WANTEU salenmen to sell lubrleatln g oils
uu Kivuaca uu saury or commisv.mj u:
cellenv side line. The A a Harbaach Co
ROOMS FOR RENT.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms. " Call
at 423 N. Division street
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
TO EVANGELIZE THE
(By Associated Press.)
. Omaha Neb Sept 29. Fifty thous-
and Christiana aro expected in Oma
ha two weeks hence to remain si
days. The occasion will be he Inter-
national convention of tho Disciples or
Christ nnd such an attempt will bo
mado to ovnngollze tho west as has
kx. never before boon Concorvcd. From
all over th0 world dologatoa will
como for tho church has sp-oad
througout tho civilized world anl
POIl SAUK -Good tandem price (38
fffo jf bub n
point out to you those woo
make cood fllfne br nroner
the clalm a required by law.
make cood flifng by proper settlement on
WANTKD-Orders tor notarial teaus nrlce
M.M. made In three days at Leader Ofllcy
WANTED An old Remington type-
writer that is of no use for writing
Address "tf. A. Y." Loader office.
FOR SALK A Good main street lot to
btroud; wilt sell for $108 Addres O. K
Oarber. care Leader.
It M0 GUARANTEED vearly to hlish class
man or woman with chance for promotion
and advanced salary to have charge small
omee at home or In borne town to attend to
correspondence advertising and other
work. Ilus nesn of highest order and backed
by solid men financially and politically. A
great opportunity tor the right person. En-
close self addressed stamped envelope for
lull particulars to Walter 1J. Hodman Gen-
eral Superintendent. Corcoran hutldlnc op-
posite united States Treasury Washington
ATTENTION-Ileal Estate Ownera it you
17S3 H 1S P"JC dS c " inan' respects like other ulcers or
K$ LjUj? UZ Ala F' re9 nnd th's nblancc often proves faLtl.
V aluablc time is lost in fruitless efforts to heal
the Bore villi washes nnd salves because the genus of Cancer that arc multi-
plying in the blood nnd the new Cancer cells which are constantly develop-
ing keep up the irritation and discharge and at last sdiarp shooting pains-
announce the approach of the eating and sloughing stage and a hideous
sickening cancerous sore begius its
destructive work. In February 1890 1 noticed a small
No ulcer or sore can exist with- 1UD?P SJHT 'wor lip. Tho doctor cau-
that has poisoned the blood and the a. s. s. and after i had tftvn nnn bot.
many pointa whore civilization U still! ?pci discharging ulcer or the fester- e p" .J ??"
& f "p.cneeKor ouicr Bl00. " w. P. Drown HoUands S. 61
part of the body will continue to
spread and cat deeper into the flesh unless the blood is purified and the-
Cancer genus or morbid matter eliminated from the circulation.
S. S. S. cleanses the blood of all" decaying effete matter. It has great
nntidotal nnd purifying properties that Boon destroy the genus and poisons
nnd restore the blood to its natural condition. And when pure blood is
carried to the ulcer or sore the healing process
begins the discharge ceases and the place heals
over and new skiu forms. S. S. S. is a strictly vege-
table blood purifier containing no mercury or
minerals of nnv description.
If you have an ulcer or chronic sore of any kind write us nbotit it medi-
cal advice will cost you nothing. Books on Cancer nnd other disease oT
the blood will be sent free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. Atlanta Ga.
In Its lnclplency since Its organiza-
tion by Alojtnnder Campbell in tho
backwoods of Kentucky loss than
sevontyflve years ago.
Some of the speakers who will bo
WANTKD-Do you wintaoiclaiminth!lro"enl are: "onion McMillan; or
Klowacountrr' Youcan set It br torine Tannouan- nunmn nin-v r -iaJ
complete Jlst of HHngs. It will ' """'' "-.
nave iauea to ri uuvernur uusnncil 01 Uiuo; acic
Sweeney minister to Turkoy under
President Harrison; Govornor Stan-j
ley of Kansas; and SIlaB A. Hoi-
comb Juatlce of tho Nobraska su-
preme court. I
"Hoyfs Comedy Co." opona a flvo
nght"' engagement at Brooks theatre
on Monday evening SopL 38 tho (
company Is wen Known in Guthrie
and tho press In tho cities where tho
company have appeared this season
speaks of the company In much
stronger torms than over.
Tho following Is taken frr-u the
Houston (Tox) Dally Post.:
A largo audience attended tho mat
inee performance of "An American in
Europe"' at Sweeney and Coombs
theatre yesterday and tho witty lines
nnd comical situations brought forth
bnsmJi VSBVe;iS;SI? rounrt nff0- roun(1 oI aP-se fn tho
R?n?nVsto'e" !orcasD "rite immediately I highly ainusod audlenco In tho evo-
Ick T. More an l'.l Ht n o T
Aro operated by tho
J And t'ro
North and ICast
North and West
North and East
Observation calo cars undt-r the
management of Fred Harvey. Equip-
inlng a packed houso greotod "London
1-ife" which abounds with melodra-
matic situations and gavo a vlow pic-
ture of the "sunny sido" of llfo in
the world's great" metropolis. Tho
i character acting of tho loading mem-
bers of tho can was of a high order of
excellence and the vast crowd was '
I thoroughly delighted by tho clevor'
performance. Tno specialties unua-J
jttal In number gained great favor
(with tho people and it looks as If Man-
ager Bergman would havo frequent
use for tho S. It. O. sign during the
balanco of tho engagement of Hoyt'fl
popular comedy company. At tho mat-
inee today that screaming farco "A
Boy Wanted' and at tho evening per-
jformanco "A Livo Wire.'
Our Fall Footwear
Comprises nil the ne.v and uptodate creations
of Full Footwear.
School Shoes that
Shoes for Ev'rybody
and for every need.
118 WEST OKLAHOMA AVENUE
A Certain Cure for Dysentery
"Some years ago I was one of a
party that intended mnklng a long hi-
cyclo trip" says r'. L. Taylor of New
Albany Bradford County Pa. "1 was
taken suddenly with diarrhoea and
was about to give up the trip when
Editor "Word of tho Laceyvlllo Mes
senger suggested that I take a" dose
J W McNKAI.. P caldent
A J SEAY lec Preildent
Gm.hr e National Bank.
Capital $50000 - Surplus $10000
In iliiltinn to ncirers ol bank
rilKU V. OOLOlTBIt U4hler
A.Q. C. UIKIIBR
H. E TKOUTMAN
WILLIAM 8. bTK.KS A.M. Cuthler
of Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and J VV"" Mnw W'.r.B'JPJr.B'.B'aPJrj-jr.
Diarrhoea Remedy. I purchased a
bottle and took two do60s one before
starting and one on tho route. H
. . .. ' ir i.piuruiiK aui opn OH tno route. I
ment of tho latest and best design. 1 1. . . . ... . t3
L I mado tho trip fiuecessfully and nevor.B(
Probably you know how Ayer's Hair
Vigor always restores color to gray hair
and makes the hair grow. That so ? tp.&s
(World's Fair Special.)
Leaves Oklahoma City .... 6:30 p.m.
Arrives Kansas City 7:00 a.m.
Arrives St. Louis 11:30 a.m. j
Arrives Memphis 0:00 P-in.
(St. Louis Express)
Leaves Oklahoma City .... 9:50 a.m.
Arrives St. Louis 7:15 n.tn
Loaves Kansas City 7:15 pm
Arrives Oklahoma City ... 7:30 a.m.
(Arkansas and Oklahoma Express.)
Leaves St. Louis 10:00 p.m.
Arrives Oklahoma City .... C:45 p.m.
Through cars and Pullman Palace
sleepers hotweon Oklahoma City Kan-
sas City St Louis and Memphis. For
rates and othor information call on
nearest Frisco'! BygUim Agent or ad-
dress the undersigned.
B. F. Dunn
Division Passenger Agent
fnlt nny 111 effect. Again laBt summer
I was almost completely run down
with an attack of dysentery. I bought
a bottle of this same remedy and this
time one dose cured mo."
For sale by F-agle Drug Store
This la to Certify
That for twenty years I Was con-
fltontly trying to have my eyesight Im-
proved by the usv of glasies but with-
out satisfactory results until I mot
Mr. J. W. Forrior who to perfectly
fitted my oyos that 1 Jtjiol that I owe
him a dobt of gratltdds.
P. B. Hicks
Pastor M. E. Church Sou h.
No. 120 B. Oklahoma avenuo form-
orly at Eagle drug store.
n aua jgk. ma
A Mug of black beer
Its Light Invigorating but not
On Draft 5c. a glass
Official He Tried to Boodle Gave
Away the Snap.
TBy Associated Press. 7
Cleveland O. Sept. 29. The grand
Jury returned an Indietmont against
Dr. F. W. Daykin for offering a bribe
to a clUj official Dr. Daykin was ar
rested soma time since on the charge
of having paid two thousand dollars
to Councilman Charles Kohl to voto
against the granting of a franchise to
A natural gas company. Kohl mads
the matter public and turned the mon;
ey over to Mayor Johnson.
Fall Festivities. Kansas City. Mo.
For the above occasion we will Boll
tickets to Kansas City and return at
rate of ono fare for the round trip.
Tickets on sale October 3 4 6 7 8'
9 and 10 limited to return October
A. J. Corklns Agent.
J. B FAIRFIELD I
Iliad beer troubled Willi
my stomach for the jmst six
teen or seventeen yea re and
as I have been acting as a
drug clerk for the past thir-
teen years I have had a good
chance to try all the remedies
on the market; but never had
found anything until we got
in a supply of Ripans Tab
ulos that did me any tood
They have entirely cured uu-
At times I could hold nothing
on my stomach and I had a
sour stomach most of the
time; in iact I was miserable
and" life was hardly worth
living. I was called crow
and crabbed by my fiends
but uow they all notice a
change in me.
The Bve-ctnt Pckl U ent.yii Ior.
'nllnr) ucraIun Tfac fstnily U-il-r
tuoenii contatas anupiilylora
Pnone 2 Office and Yards 407-409 W. Harrison
N. F. CHEADLE
Vv'i.jlesalc and retail dealer
in all fcinasuf
!cste-. (tnon City and Arkansas nthra-
ote kejt in stock.
g Terms Strictly Cash.
o Prompt ik-li t y nl U-t of -.im . i." at .ill times
g Ofllce and yards 424 OklaUova ave.
5 Wen ( t I
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 97, Ed. 1, Monday, September 29, 1902, newspaper, September 29, 1902; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc71866/m1/2/: accessed November 22, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.