The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 146, Ed. 1, Friday, December 5, 1902 Page: 3 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA FRIDAY DECEMBER S 19CS.
FLYNN AGAIN IN
THE ROLE OF JUDAS
Wily Delegate Ostensibly
Plugging Against r
t'nconcealod ahgc- prevails la the
citj over ill present trend of state
hood legislation. "I t looks like
Flyitfi Is still 'plugging." said a Guth.
taZ! today. "The major portion of
b a prop.rt - now in Oklahoma Cltr
and the -chem0 to move the court-
a-u) Inl'WI States marshal's office
to Oklahoma City is a Flynn propo .
BiHon 1 m ngatnst statehood now It
i r -an nilnatlon to Guthrie "
It matters not how long the poison has
tTr : been lurking in your system S.S.S. will
Goo V. Ford an AnndarUo provls. purify and build tip your blood ami
Ion man has'Just completed a tense eliminate every atom ofthe deadly Hn
on blx hundied acros of Indian bottom frora the syle" "" '"ke a complete
. . I and permanent cure
land on the famous Washita rlvorj S.S. S. is the only antidote for Conta-
bottom He has riarted a large force cious Blood Poison and him been curing it
to fall plowing and preparing the or fiftX 'cars- It contains no mercury
ground Tor seeding it all In potntops.
Barring Shawnee this will li the
largest potato flold In Oklahoma.
A carload of Tonnosse nv?groo3
reached Muskogeo tnls week
expect to farm Croek lands. They
stated that thwy ware ipersuaded to
f on" to the ty" tory by negroes who
'ann- among' cm from the Creek
rati n some time ag. They claimed
thai thoy did not know the naim? of
their employer when
A Million Voices.
Could hardly oxproefl tho thanks of
Homer Hall of West Point. La. Lift-
ten why A severe cold had settled on
hla lungs causing a most obstlnntw
cough Several physicians said he had
eonsumptlon. but could not help him.
When all thought ho was doomed ho
began to use Dr. King's Now Dlscov-
oy for Consumption nnd writes: "it
completely cured mo and saved my
life I now weigh 227 lbs.J' Its pos-
itively guaranteed for Coughs Colds
and Lung troubles. Price COc and $1
Trial bo'tles free at Wheeler and Son.
Local Happenings of City and Terrl
tory Briefly Told.
A now bank will soon commence
business at Goanell.
Four business houses were robbed
la Shawnee recently.
The El Reno council has purcbnd
?1C3 worth of trees for the city park
Over forty now rarldnca are un.
der courso of construction at' Shaw
The RuemmoUl.Brauu Co. Isuod a
nobby proclamation todajj oxtolllng
the mtrit3 of Pabst boor.
A company will begin drilling for
gas between Newklrk and Ponca City
The Pawnee Times says Pawnee
iKPds a cracker factory a papor mill
a vinegar factory a cannery a mill
tary school and a pottory and tile
factory. In tho absonco of othur sug.
geitions as to how to get them Paw.
nee might write a letter to Santa
Enid is the only city of Its alse In
tho United States that has no ceme-
tery. The town Is Wight years old and
lina n nnmilnttnn rt nnflflv O nfift lull i
. ... biles at this day travel along the
has nevtr had any rogular burying . . .
' ' ".Santa Fe trail a roadway still visible
Bodily pain loses Its terror if you've
a bottle o" Dr. Thomas' Eclectrlc Oil
in tb house. Instant relief in cases of
burns cuts sprain' aecidents. aecl.
rtVnts of any sort.
OUTDOOR 8PORTS CALIFORNIA
May be indulged In the year roun 1
golf tennis autoraoblllng fall-
Ing. kodaking fishing.
No cold weather.
Take the lururioua California
Wmlted Cklcago to Loa Apgetes
and San Francisco. Yo will ea
Joy the dining car sen-Ice
Why freeze at home?
The California tour described in
Addreis General Passenger Of
A'chlson Topeka and Santa F-
A. J Corkins
Ot al! l.iiiii.iu diseases tl-nt known ns
COUtagioc blood pnoa er the Had
Diiea'vc li is cruised mre misery n-x' suf-
fering and ruined niorv ltiT th.ia nil
Others combined. It not only wrecks the
hopes and aspirations of the one who
contracts it but often the innocent ate
made to share the humiliation and dis-
grace of this nrcut loathsome and baleful
form of bleod poison. Children Inherit
it irom parents and thousands of the
pUrost men and women have Uten ootf-
tannhrilfcd and ruined simply through
handling' the clothing of one infected
with tUia awful
inj from the
same vessel and
using the same
And when the
real nature of the trouble is known many
prefer to suffer in silence ir leave the
jJ" Pr "" '"e
Through our Medical Department wc
offer advice and lwlp. Write us frcelv
alout y"r s otldnff:ou say will
ever go beyond our office. Let us help
you to get rii f lhi9 fearful disease for
wincii some one else no doubt is to blame.
potash or other harm-
ful mineral ingredi-
ent but Is .i imrely
vegetable rstnecly that
cures without leaving
any bad after effect.
'special Home Xreatment 1001.
all the symptom of this disease.
We will mad ou a copy tree.
The Swift Specific Co.. Atlanta.
STILL THE NORMAL TANGLE.
Granite Okla. Has Not Abandoned
Hope of Getting the New
Anadarko Okla.r Dec. 5. Judgtt
George S. Green of Guthrie attorney
for the town of Grnntto In tho con.
trovorsy with Wwathorford for th
location of llio Southwestern noi-.
mal school was hro today and snhl
that notwithstanding tho action of
the board of normal schoola In pro. j
posing ro proceed with contracting
for the orcction of a building at
Wonthorford the fact was that Gran.
ito had a year In wMch to appeal its
case to thi United yrate supremo
court. No nppcal had been talon as
thoro had been no sosslon of the.
Oklahoma supreme court since htt
dcciMon lu favor of Wcathorford and
thoro will not bo till next January.
He said that Woathorford had not
voted tho requlrod bond iBBure of $5.
000. while Grnnlto had issued tho
.v....CT. u.u- uuiiuauBu mo uii-aoj
with the territory; treasurer and had
ecorded Its deeds of forty acre of
'and for the. school site. Weather.
ford ha given the required forty
acres of land. Judge Green would
not say whether an appeal would be
taken to the United Stntea supreme
court. He intimated his belief thn
there might be lmsto In beginning the
erection of the building at Weather.
ford in order to foroctnll n possible
bill In tho next legislative to reieal
the law providing for the school.
Foils a Deadly Attack.
"My wife was so 111 that good physl.
elans were unablo to help her" writes
M. M. Austin ot WInchostor Ind.
"but was completely cured by Dr.
King's New LIfo Pills." They work
wondors in stomach and llvor troubles.
Cure constipation sick headache. 25c
nt Wheoler and Son's drug store.
Buffalo Bill's Invention.
Two morr- years of roving and thon
Buffalo Bill promises to retire but
his show like Barnum's will be im.
mortal. A long as iho Indians hold
out the wild west spectacle will con.
tinue in favor and long after the
wild went hag disappeared forever it '
memory will be made secure by rep.
mentation of Its scenes. Automo.
and even trnverlble in some places.
Not a blanket Indian la left and
bronco bu8tlng golng (mt at f(lin.
ion. The ranches are full of thor.
ougbbredi. whe raow harralww
' . . i .i. -i.-'Mrs.
!of those gaunt monarchs of th
. ' .-iq -w-..v I V - Jtavv
plains crowned with a homy arc K
feet across. The cowboy Is beeom.
ig clvillied and he doesn't shoot
out the lights In the barroom. It
' nn. piant moJu(nohoIy In romanUe
bosons to learn that there is a
grav possibility that In manr ln.
stances he could not hit the lights if.
80 ajmed at g for marksmanship
'on niajna not wha It was. But
- . --.
as long as we have the wild west
show we shall not be without the
magic power to once more renew tfee
alamour of the old plains life for
the passing hour. The Indian and the
tow punehelr can get out of their
j tailored clothes In the dressing room
and in fringed buckBkln and wd
;lankeu and beads restore the sem
blaire of other days
SUNDAY SCHOOL CUNVENTION.
Of the Central District Baptist As.
The Central District Baptist asso-
ciation will hold t Sunday School
oonvenOtm at Woathvrfbfd. Decern
ber 11 and 12. 19
Following is tht
Wednesday Evening December 10thJcattH surgical WorM and hundreds of
T4JD--DOTotI0nar serrt hv the
pastor G. W. Shepard.
7:30 The purposes of tire Sunday
cchool and Its rolntfon to the church'
by Dr. U. H. Buxton. 4V. B. Lowft
and J. I llupard
8:00 Somo results of the Sunday'
school movement nn address by Cffaa(& to read the following letter
Thursday Morning December 11th.
: 00 'Devotional tfervrce conduct
ed by C. W. Morrison.
0:80 How to have better Sunday
schools. W. T. Moorer L. H HolL
10:00 How to superintend a Sun.
rtey school by uprlntendent pres.
10:10 What we hone to do: :.
Havtt nn owrgroon S. S. in overy
Baptist church In this asBocintlon
J. W. Bnrker. 15. D. Cave and J. II.
Garlow. 2. Double the attendnnca
nnd Iiieroame tho eitoiency of the
ehooU O. W. Shopanl D. J. Marts
11:80 Sunday school work of the
association needs of the field otc
J. U Uupnrd C. W. Morrison.
1 :30 Prayter and consecration ser.
vice A. IS. Lewis
2:00 How tq tench 'he classes:
1. rrimnry. Mr. Swan. 2. Children
from 0 to 12 years Mrs. W. B. Dick
en. 8. Tho "big hoys". Dr. L. II.
Buxlon. 4 Young people II 11 Fort.
Suggestions by InotJtute
3:00 1. What this teacher should
b0 T. J. Davis.
2. What the teach.
U King. 3 What
or should do I-
tho toucher should know Mrs Nolllo
1:00 How hold the
boj fi and
young men In school W.
w. W. Weber. OfTorlng for Sunday
I 7:00 p. m.Pralsc s'ervlco J. A
I 7:30 Sunday school -experience
( mootlnfj': How th Sunday school
has holpod mo and othors. Five
minute talks by T. J. Solomon Asa
junll. T. O. noocorS.-E. Hrwln Mrs.
(r Gould. Miss arj- JayiW Mrs T. E.
.nicKingor ami oinors.
8:00 The Sunday school a oul
saving station. M. M. Mungor Dr. L.
H . Buxton.
We want every church In the ajwo.
elation tc lie represented In this con.
h-entlon It every one on the 'pro.
gram be present. All Sunday- school
workers aro verjt cordially Invited.
J. A Scott
J. W. Barker
E. D. Cave.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
When you feel dull after eating.
When you have no appctit'o.
When you linvo a bad taste in tho
Whon your liver Is torpid.
When your bowels aro constipated.
Whon you have a headachy.
Whon you fool bilious.
Thoy will lm'provo your appetite
cleanse and invigorate our stomach
and rogulate your liver and bowols.
For sale by the Ragle drug storo.
The Perry New San: Mrs. C. B.
Hunt and father Mr. Cadyv who spent
Thanksgiving nt the home of Mrs.
Fred S. Gum returned to tholr home
in Guthrlo yesterday. . . Webster
Smith went to Guthrie today where
he has accepted a position with the
New York Hardware store having re.
Signed the same position with New
' York hardware store hero. . . .
B. II. Conn wna has been visit.
"K at the home of her cousin. Mr
J. K. Carson on a street has return.
ed to ber home at) Guthrie.
COUGHS AND COLDS IN CHILDREN
Recommendation of a Well
I user and prescribe chamberlain's
Cough Ruraedy for almou all oBtln.
ate constricted coughs with direct re-
sults. I prescribe It to children of all
ages. Am glad to recommenu it to an
ami eklng relief from colds
and coughs and bronchial affectlonx
jt (B non.nareotlc
and safe In the
hands of the most unprofessional. A
universal panacea for all mankind
Mrg Mary It. Melendy M. D. Ph. D.
junicago III This remedy Is for Bale
'by the Eagle drug Btore
SHE ESCAPED THE KNIFE.
Ten Months of Peace After Drsadful
Operations are becoming a fad;
rorury young man. as soon as he r
Jgraduated from a medical collecv.
considers himself capable of under-
flnklng the most serious and coinpd-
filrofl are sacrificed annually to thlu
rand frenr.y of incompetent mn to
push Into work which should only be
nndortnken as a last resort and then
only by the most oxporienwd and
It lX a pleasure in vtew of these
trom a woman who has been sarel
from one of thoo dangerous opera
tions. "I know I should have inform.
rati you long ago regarding my cas of
piles and the good dona me and I
belfoMs I am cured. Last Decembor
I Sent for your book. I have never
bUdn bothered since then and before
I hod suffered for tho last wleven
years and at tho timo I wrote I had
given birth to a child and thoy came
down with the delivery of the child
by th handful. I could not get them
hnolt and I fluttered ovorythlng; and
the doctor said nothing but an oper-
ation would over rollovo' mo; but I
road of your romody In our dally
newspaper and I told my husonnd to
gut nio a box and f would glvo it a
trial beforvs consenting to the knife
and thanks bo to your wonderful
medicine. I wag invod from the op.
Bvery person Buttering from 'piles
that my husband and myisvlf hear of
we rocommvsnd your wonderful inodl-
clno. 1 Just used onn $1.00 box of
Pyramid Pile Cure and two boxe of
Pyrnmirt Ointment and two boxos of
Pyramid PHIb. and I wns I hope
completely cured. If they ovor show
the slightest return 1 will cortnlnly
got some more modlclno but I hardly
think I will need any more for It will
bo a year the 8th day of December
plnco I had thorn and that makc It
ten months nnd pa-t now. Thanking
you again and wishing you abundant
succcsr. I remain Mrs. S. Hodgson
105 W. 11th SL Dos Moines Iowa."
Pyramid Pllo Cure Is sold by drug-
glsta for fifty ccnL- a packago or will
bo mailed fo any address upon re-
ceipt ef prico b)i Pyramid Drug Co..
Marshall Mich. Wrlto this firm for
llttlo book describing the cause nnd
euro of piles.
TITAN OF CHASMS
Tho Grand Canyon of Arizona. Tim
great icund world ha nothing llk-
la. Comfortably reacied l rail on
the Wiy to Cnilfornln any day in
the year. Excellent hotels and sal"''
"Titan of Chasms" iwmptilet malbd
freeor send 50c ror beautiful
Grand Canyon book with lllumin.
ated cover containing sjreclal artl.
cles by noted t'ravelvrs authors ana
Addre-s Gonsral Passenger Offloe
Atehtson Topeka and Santa Pe
m. J. Corklns
m t;atil s t
The Gentleman's Resort
Tiie bt of Wlock Liquor and
r. "k rnccntt mn. I I
M-lt M-T V.UdUk mf 1
ror Coot Drink
A neat orderly resort lit
We Kee In Stock
Ha-pstoiie live Sallei Old
Monk and silver Wedding
W accord courteuuk treatment
OoaJ llr on up. AH Vraadu of
Cor Socond and Harrison
I Watch It i
i W McNKAl I'rentdent
Guthrie National Bank
Capital $50000 - Surplus $10000
Hoars of Director. A O
in addition to officers of bank
rilKI) C. UOLCATKll. Cashier
J. B. FAIRFIELD
h PllOne 90. OffiRfl m YariiQ n7AnQ W Unrrienn
Wye Family Store. For the best in tho way of
Wines Liquors and Cigars
Culmbacher remains astron favorite.
Cor. Division and Harrisou. m. Weinberger
OIIAS. l'OMI lrlilKiit. 1IATT1K SI. I'ONl) N..i. CHAM f. HOK Trc
GUTHRIE LAUNDRY CO.
tl ton li (lll'm ill 1'mil NrnniHn' iifur -..l.H1r(.
Arfents Wnted In Every Town
The Danderine Barber Shop
Under Bank of Inditxn Territory
Enjoys a Territorial Reputation for Good. Clean Work.
DANDR.UFFOID. We Hvo It. Thafs All.
jjj Two Doors
( is. sHEs nHj
J. B. Gubb.v
GREEN & GREEN
Notary Public Insurance Real Estate
Phone 553 Opposite Postoffce. Bedles Block
C O. & Q. R. R.
MEMPHIS THE EAST AHD SOUTHEAST
TEXAS OLD MEXICO CALIFORNIA AND THE WEST.
Pullman Duwing-Roorn Buffet Sltipm Through lo
Pueblo Colorado Springs and Denver.
FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS
On All Trains.
1. 1. MeNALLY D. P. A.
Oklahoma City. 0. T.
GEO. H. LEE Q. P. a
A J.SKAY ice Prenlflrht
H K. TROtlTMAN
riM.IA3t STILK. Am! OtiMHer
of Beauty I
In tlie face of youth and m
the trlow from our new m
lamps cannot be counter- jfl
feited. These lamps are
artistic iu design and col- If
orinK :id satisfactory lu tji
:in. I tw. Isilaal llilm il.I.
... ...w ..ikwot. miug I. Ilia .n
year. These lout eveninjfs a
are me itme lor renulntf ?
una tnce lamps nud to tho
pleawures of yojr boolrs.
and China Co.
East of the Astor House jj
C. I. Grukn
AND PERFECT SERVICE.
E. M. DUNCAN T. P. A.
Oklahoma City. 0. T.
T. A. UIIIj Keek. Ark.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 146, Ed. 1, Friday, December 5, 1902, newspaper, December 5, 1902; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc71923/m1/3/: accessed August 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.