The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 119, Ed. 1, Monday, November 3, 1902 Page: 2 of 8
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THB LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA MONDAY NOVEMBER 3 1902.
THE LITTLE f
Continue In Ftxvor. And why not ?
They Enable you to So.ve yoir
Money a.nd Sto.rt a
A Band of 1000 Money Savers We Have.
CfHtie Join the List.
iBl "oj f ia. " "S'abPH
t 27.500 Lllllc
$ 1 000000
Tha.t's the Amount of the Deposits of the &
Capitol No.tioneJL M
CAPITOL NATIONAL BANK I
For the Various Precincts
in Logan to Act at Next
Tho following la a ll.-t of the oloo-
tlon boarre for tho valruus proclncts
in Logan county as recommended by
tho County Central committees and
affirmed by the County Board of
Frank Knox Inspector.
W. M. Knight Judge
T. L. Jonlgan. Judge.
F. S. Pulllam. Clork.
S. D. Russell Clerk.
Frank Danoy. Inspector.
a It. Young Judge
James McDanlel Judge.
Georgo Jho. Clork.
O. C. Young. Clk.
Dan Dychw Inspector.
D. H. Owens Judge.
John Oncal Judge.
W. I. Hamlin Clerk.
O. A. Edwards Clers.
ESrawry Gobble Judgo
U U. Hill. Judge
U. 8. Hancock. Clerk
J. E. Clark Clerk.
E. F. Uylaofl Inspector
J. E. Hoi-klu. Judge.
A. B. Holllday. Judge. .
F. W. Wood. Crk.
W. D. Smith. Clerk
J W. Bishop inrpector.
Cap Upham Judge
Dr. Paralrtge Judge
Ii J Bradley. Clerk..
Harry Faulkner Clork.
S. F Jordan. Inspector.
W M Fleaord. Judge.
Gto Wjaut Jujlge.
Albert Burrow. Clerk.
A JfesVf 60.
BtaU Are la lu.
J. F. Ayors Clerk.
Ilobert Stevenson Inspector.
John C. Nye Judgr.
Jamos Gllmor Judge.
Frank Foxworthy Clerk.
Art Stevenston Clerk.
T. L. Hutchinson Inspector.
H T. Bernea Judge.
F. Blair. Judge
I. N. Plranls Clark
J. H. Farr Clork.
D. B. Clark Inspector.
T. Pattin Judgo.
Tho Folnald Judge
Oscar Loafquist Clork.
F. O. Robor Clork.
Q. W. Plorco. Inspector
W. P. Dwnlnell Judge.
D. N. Cablo Judga.
W. H. Matthaws Clork.
R. A. Betes Clark.
J. S. Trottor Inspector.
F. W. Wallace Judge.
F. A. Thompson Judgo.
A- L- Gnrnor Clork.
James I.owls Clerk.
J. D. Bmerton Inspector.
Dan Revco Judgo.
M. Torronce Judgw.
J. F. Newland Cleric.
R. P. Morton Clork.
Win. M DeWl't. Inspector.
John Thompson Judge.
Wlllfred Cunningham Judge
bam Shore Clerk.
W. C Kelley Clerk.
E B Ogle Inspector.
A U Deselm Judge.
T M. Housh Judge.
J. B. Woodworth Clerk
J..W. Bebout. Clork.
B. I. Owens Inspector.
. S Reed Judge.
R. S. Smith Judge.
Frank Cooper Clerk.
Oscar gtcfnfeldt Clerk.
A. M. Cronkiu Insn-ctor.
Cyrus Phillips. Judge.
J ok? j Lenbart. Judge.
Albert Rhode Clerk.
air v iqor
Only 35? You look at least
Restore color to your
LMy Alter lerk.
William Long Inspector.
II. W. Hathbone. Judge.
F I. Sillng Judge.
Ghns. Co6k Clerk.
W. M. FOltz Clerk.
S. R. Rushy Inspector.
B. S. Prescott Judge.
Pet McMurray Judgo.
Frank Smith Clork.
R. W. Morris. Clork.
Georgo Morgan. Inspector.
Leo Gooch Judgr-
Josoph Wood Judge.
W. M. Dodd Clork.
h. Hughes Clerk.
John Favors Inspector.
Geo. A. Garrison Judge.
Jaok McPoak Judge.
Wm. Poelor Clork.
Geo. Garlng Clork.
City of Guthrie First Ward.
G. W. Bruco Inspector.
J. M. Whitehead Judge.
Wm. Kngart Judge.
John Englar Clerk.
B. F. Garrett Cleric.
Second Ward Ea3t Precinct
IS. P. Burllngamw Inspector.
Dr. Slocum Judgo.
G. W. Pulse Judgo.
E. F. Shln.n Clerk.
O. Baldwin. Clork.
Second Ward West PreeTnqf.
John Matrtvy Inrpector. '
Ed. Douty Jud?e.
Harper J. Cunningham Judge-'
Frank Laux Clerk.
II. R. Benhnm Clerk.
Fred. Morgan. Inspector
K. II. Furrow Judge.
V. Bowrs Judgo.
Yono. Bloomer Clerk.
J. W. Floyd. Clerk.
Bon Brummage Inspector.
W. H. Anderson. Judge.
Henry Lowory Judge.
J. L-. Calvert Clork.
Thomns Butlor Clork.
A. P. Jourdan Inspector. al
R. P. Picrfibn Judgi ''
Lttc Homshor. Judgo.
John T. Stowart Clerk.
W. T. Warren. Clork.
In each of the various townships
tho poll" will bo opened at tho usual
voting place. In tho City of Guthrjs
the alectlon will ho held as follows:
First Ward- .
Second Ward Knet prcoicctr-ln
north end of Packard's Implomont
store on Broad Btreoi.
Socond ward Wost preolnctr-ln
Tallmarfs. camp houso on Division
Third ward In Beadte's building nn
Ii Harrison avonuo woet of Royal
Fourth Ward Dawton storo build'!
ing. Seventh and Noble.
Fifth ward At tho uloctric light
'plant on Wost Vllaa
O. P. Cooper'
J. B. Dobson
By O. J. Butter Deputy.
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Take LaxatlVp.TBromo Oliilnlne Taj(
lots. This signature jemi t
on every box 25c. " ftjOmrt"
NOTED .HORSES ON SALE
(By Assoclatod Press.)
Lexington Ky. Nov. 8. A notable
tale of brood maies and youngster
was bogun hero today under tho aus
pices of the Trantor-Kunney company
The star of tho lot to go under tho
hammer is the notod trotting stallion
Jay Bird the beet son. of the noted
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Take Laxatlre Bromo Quinine
Tablets. All druggists refund the
I money it it rails to cure K. w. ipeopie hayd rmsUb utrprecsden e 1
(Grove's signature is on each box. 8o.motreBil a.jd enlightenment.
Ouide: W. H. aterten told ereral
cotorrd men last Sunday In the res-
ence and hearing of Mr Thomas wish to see favoritism in tran porta
Young and C. IB. Smith and others I Uon ehargs done away with and only
want you men to get nl line and s'ayj reasonable iat exeed as toll In
in line. This atirred a white mans fr. ight iatei from producer to cov
blood mat stood near he to'd Merten 'sumers? Then vote for Croes and
tha. this was not slave da. and I- -ingle s-atehowl for by so doing you
cuough to ttr the blood In every n-wtll soonest secure statehood and
gro except the Wallace clas Df ne-will liave the power to regulate And
aro. void of principle any man or set 'control raihond corporattow to thg
I .. . ...III Inin tVin npa armmv
Ul lltCI tUCti. I.. JUJt. ...v . V.w..-tf
to kp his people down ought to be
as far In h aj a pigeon ran fly In
100C yars; OU F. W c .' C. Wal-
j lace has been sent by the gang to
lllne you up Now will you be lined up
by Uieee neg.o treitorr. or will you
Jrepell them h voting rr the othr
fallow and von that are too big a
leowaril to ote for the o he sido le
him stay ;. homo tbeic is uutfciag in
polltleu tat for hint tha get the of
After He Comes
he has it hard enough tune. Every-
thing that the expectant mother
can do to help her child she should'
do. One of the greatest bleedings
she can give him is heal'! but to
do this she must have Health her-
self. She should use every means
to Improve her phvsical condition.
She should by all means supply
It will tako her g
tnrougu tno crisis
and vigor to the
mon sense wf I i
show yor J
that the it
which bear the
strain tho less
pain there will be
A woman llvlug In Fort Wayne
Ind. says: " Mother's Friend did
wonders for me. Praise God for
Read this from Hunel. Cat.
" Mother's Friend is a blessing to fl-
ail women who titidertro nnlnw'
ordeal of childbirth
Get Mother's friend at the
drug otorc. $1 per bottle.
8 THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.
J Atlanta Ga. -J
S Write (or our trre 01tt3 boob "Beforo
A Uthy H ltom."
At Opera House November 4th Undsr
Direction of Mrs. H. F.
For the benefit of the Carnegie
library. Election return will bp rend
from the stage by speolnl arrange-
ment. G'enoral admission will bo 50 conta
any place in the house except the box
seats. Ther will be no reserved
seats sold. Como oarly and goi a good
Box seats single 75 cents; to one
party In entire box $5 00 Boating
A full orchestra under tho direction
of Prof. DImko will accompany forty
singers. Tho causo Is ono which In-
torcsU m.erj ono jn Guthrie. Whvm
tho ladios call on you to buy tickets
If you aro gUlng to be out of town on
tho dato do not hesltat'o but buy ono
and give It to some ono who will go.
Curtain will rals promptly at 8:20
ba on time as" no onwltf bo seated
Hiring the progress of tho pl&y.
Remember tho dote Nov. 4.
I JAPANESE EMPEROR'S
my Assoeiatcd Frees.)
Washington D. C Nov. 3Thero
wee an extra rd bullsoye flag dis
played over tho homo of the Japanose
legation today In celebration of the
birthday of the mikado who was horn
Nov. 8 1882. This wvoning Mr. Ko-
goro Tnkahira tho Japanoso minister.
will further observo tho anniversary
bv Eivlncr an olaborato dinner to
which hare bden invited njl of the
lev -i M' iV
members of th diplomatic corps and a
govaral repj:oson.tativos of the depa t- L
mwat of state. I fa
Mittao Hito nilor of Jaapn ascend
ed to the throne of tho mikado In 18C7 J-
1I was tho son of Kplraol Tenno and
was married jn 1859 to Prlncoss Harn-
ko. Ho has throo daughters and one
son Crown Prince Kotalshl. Mutso
Hlto is tha first itilar of the Japanese
to attempt to introduce modern
wetem civilization into mo '"
lT nogan hu gj by geuuinely great J
reforms conceived In a spirit of lib-
erallty. One of the first results was
tha. abolition of the fudal system
which has co log b'.ocked the P - 0 -
grass of the gpuntry. It was be who
established the present constitutional
rrovernment. and under bis sway th
Lawton 8 ate Democrat:
cvtrt nf rAiluriiiK to & reaSOBftb.1
.--..- - V
rate the transportation charges on
fuel building materials and home
fch.ery all gone? Hedach? Stom-
a h out of orde.T Simply a case of
tt.i-ld liver Burdock Blood Bitters
v...l mako a new man or woman of
If sm vote a mixed UeVei sUmp
each name yo uwlsh to vou f jr.
IF YOU WANT ANYTHING
IN A STYLISH DRESS CUHF
OR A STREET v3J'JLr
COME TO US
Our Fall Footwear comprises all tho la'ost
creations from Svell Shoeclom.
The Oldest ivnd
118 WEST OKLAHOMA AVENUE-
d. )B. FAIRFIELD
Phone 2Q. Office and Yards 407-409 W. Harrison
Hoover and G&.skill Proprietors
Well kept barn where horses are fflvengood treatment. Rips
for-commercial men a specialty. Best care takm of Boarding'
Horses. South. Second Street- Phone 128
OHAS. VOyu Tretlftent. IIATTIi: M. I'ONb Hfc'y. CUAS. S. KUK Trean.
GUTHRIE LAUNDRY CO.
l'p town OOlrn Ht I'niil Newman' near lototlk'
Agents Wa.nted in Every Town
OlsmithL Arms Companyl-H
Guns. Pislois Ammunition Fishing Tackle and Sports
men's Goods. Geo. Westonholon's IX b Pocket Knives.
m Cigars Pipes Tobacco and
m Oldest and Only House
We are Headquarters
WE CATER TO
3 M. Weinberger g
r ri fc rs. n. n.
MEMPHIS THE EAST AND SOUTHEAST
TEXAS OLD MEXICO CALIFORNIA AND THE WEST.
Pullman Drawlng.Room BufleJ Sleeptrs Through lo
Pueblo Colorado Springs and. Denver.
FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS
On All Trains.
UK3QUALCI) SCHEDULES AND PERFECT SERVICE
i c Mrf ALLY D P A E. M. DUNCAN T. P. A.
J. 8. Met. ALLY. OP. A. q y Q ?
0E0. H. LEE. 0. P. & T. A. LIUL Roek Ark.
1 1 OklfthorriR.
livery and Boarding Stables
of the Kind in Oklahoma.
for the Best Brands of
Still a Favorite...
FAMILY TRADE. &
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 119, Ed. 1, Monday, November 3, 1902, newspaper, November 3, 1902; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc71896/m1/2/: accessed January 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.