The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 37, Ed. 1, Friday, January 30, 1903 Page: 6 of 8
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fcat the council nay the difference
Jweck Jot-- in some Instances the as-
Twwwnent blng over 200.00l and
."Whereas. The main sowors built by
&ritj cost ttio city $4000. or $5000
Ittess than such work waB actually
""iwpcOj I recommend that
Tha city cterk bo Instructed to
fferfetn ina report to the-council giving
JSWs njtmbera of the lots that have
"& charged for latora'8 abutting
stea Tiiicli loUfc together with the cost
mr lotB In the samo blook and
ej train BBBSBtnont from the sower
Thtft recommendation also Includes
Ijteteral xowors corsdng tlio Santn Fo
ibTbt trf -way whore such sowers do
tet fconeflt tho railway company.
Second Street Lateral.
A. potltlou from proporty owners
Ktvwjen DUlahoma avonuo and Nohle
vcwsauo prolosUt against paying for
"Sewsi-s running In tho middle of Sec-
vwk1 street On motion of Alderman
lOreun tho petition was roferred to a
'nonrilktee of three. Green. Lillle and
' TpcuGnr Tho petlllonors ask that In-
bm3mik3i as the lateral Is laid In the
middle of tho street and not at a suf-
tficicnt depth lo 1m utilized for bow-
mug purposes by tho abutting prop-
erty owners that tho expense of con-
stmctton be met from the main sewer
r "Wanl White Removed.
"T5R the- Honorable Mayor J. E. Dall of
tiife'thly of Guthrie:
Tie undersigned citizens prop'
'4i$js of tUe oIty of G"tb:rle' d0
"Pft'iW"1 asU thlU you dtscharSc at
aV3&Tttnn tho omploy of tho city of
""ISaUirlu T A. "Wlilte as city englnesr
W. H. C. Brown
Vr. P. Eager
J. M. Brooks
Al oij . And others.
MOwTJuh Lllllo moved to refer tho
-SfclitonMo" a special committee.
-. KmtmA.l?J 4 . . . . .
'3fetHKUi' uoYQen wanteii it to go 10 1110 or
w tjtwriritee of which ho is chnlr-
5aasaijfljlo Adermaa Perkins insisted
r&a$ftbei patter of firing or retaining
"isSfcwao. tail with tho mayor alone in-
8riTs TlisU as no specific charges had
85wi tHca against tlio city englneor
eaA urrticil bad nothing to act unon.
" TEVgkjhfpn wna finally referred to a
aMd nanmiUtao composed of the
llBt lr.rlfr Mnllrtnn Nnwmnil.
JWlHeHpenccr and Bowden.
CTIiat Sldewalkless Corner
Tho council directed tho sidewalk
Jtispedor to Immediately cause tho
Wfflt5npUoii of a Bldownlk at the sldo-
tl!)tias corner of Division and Clevo-
Jveartlle closo of tho session Alder-
?w3hi tumio andCltAttornoy Hepburn
lKB;Ej'd 'in a war of words the alder-
irsaui from West Guthrie maintaining
'Vftatln case tbe clt should bo made
ttft&lants In tho sower contract thnt
VSktoiAXy attornoy. becauso of his views
Nwldtai Lllllo oald favored tho tax pay
sas-. would bo incompetent to appear
ffiur the city and asked that other
"fteoasol bo employed to dofend the
Naatr. Hepburn declared that be would
' T3e tho "best of hl3 ability protect tho
sxrihtB wT tho city In tho lltlgatlrtn and
ii6 council showed their faltb In tho
vttsxttcf by voting Mr. Lillle's motion
Jisjiaswr llrookn announces tho np-lAKaj-aaqo
of Charles D. Herman nnd
"32ms tfoinous Wardo company for next
TUnraday In Henry Guy Carleton's ro
TsnsinUc love story "Tho Lion's Mouth'
tftttaorly played by Louis Jamos and
TlFrcdcriclc Wardo. Ifr. Herman car-
i(tls tin eutlro sconic production for
"SJiIb lilay and tho company numbers
Manager Uroolcs deserves the en-
ifim Support of tho play-going public
6t UlB city and tho Wardo companv
&nuld bo greeted with a packed
v"New Throuflh Car Lines From Mem
phis to the Pacific Coast
VJSThe "Rock Island System" Choc.
" Stw Dldaboma and Gulf It. R. have
isUiblUhod tourist sleeping car line
jCallfornla and Portland Oregon.
The California car loaves Memphis
Vwery Tu-Afday at "5:00 a. in. Little
LSR9oJcUM5p. in.'SauU' McAlesteV 1
' r 10rB0p. -ra samp day. Oklahoma
CUy 81 40 -a. m. Weanesday El Reno
3: a. m arriving El Paso Texas.
rt!tettn8day morning Los Angolws Frl.
-ajy morning and San Francisco Sat.
The Portland. Oiegon. car leave
""SWetuphlB ory Thursday on tho same
Schedule ardving Denver 7:30 Satur.
' ffty morning Ogdon Sunday morning
tnp Portland Monday morning.
. Tb6 Show Girl" Saturday nigh'
aSeAts ai-efsow- on sale. Prices &0o
?ac and 1.00.
Better than ever
Light as a feather
In any weather
Always fresh. In the
with red and
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
"The 8hcw Girl" Coming.
That which may be considered tho
big ovont or tho ceason ut the Brooks
Theatre will occur- on noxt Saturday
evening when Edward E. Rico's latest
New York success "The Show Girl"
will appear. This piece Is ono which
had a tremendous run Inst spring play
ing to larger receipts than any must
cal company on Broadway. Fifty woll
.known artists appear In tho cast and
.two carloadP of scon6ry etc. are used
In tho presentation. The play will be
glvon In ovory dotall exactly as soon
in New York.
Is displayed by many a man an-
durlg pnms of accdental Cuts.
. vsnrwl llrlilnpa llnrna Npnlrle Knm
....... ... -... .... ...-
stlff jolnw. But there s no
need for It. Bucklen's Arnica Salve
will kill the pain and euro
(troublq. ll'a tiro best Salve on oarth
for Piles too 25a at J. Wheeler &
Lawton will celebrate Abraham LJn-
' ........ ...ut. i
col3B """muay wun upi.roi.naiu er-
1 '?eS. A banquet Will bO given In tllO
ic. A uanquui w. . ue g.veu .
evening ana secretary unmos nas. fl dl0rderod or
been engaged as ono of the speakers
. oftho occaelon.
Can't be perfect without pure bloo 1
Burdock Blood Bitters makes pure
bliod. Tones and invigorates tho
Nowklrk Is having a coal famine.
Only eighty cents worth of coal will
be sold to any ono customor at a time
anA ovon nt that rat0 h BUPPV wn
last only a llttlo longer. Eighty cents
buys three bushols
hmabpimtfi i HJimwwminiimiHiWiiiiiii.'
ling ihcStouiuchs andBowcls of
WOT JAIIC OTXC .
Aperfecl Rcmcily forConsllvi-
llort Sour Stoauuh.Diarrlwcn
Yorns .Convulsions .Fcvvnsh-
ncss mulLoss of Slef.p.
Facbimile Signature of
EXACT COPy Or WRAPPER.
illl. Al i
THE LEADER flUTHUlE OKLAHOMA
Notice to Parents.
All pupils who will onter tho begin-
ning of chart class must start to
30I100I beforo Fob. 1G 1903.
Sec. 19. "Prlvilogos and duties of
jiupllB" In our "rulos nad regulations"
reads as follows: "Pupils wbp would
become ollgiblo to admission to chart
(beginning) class batorc the end of
each torm may bo uOmlttcd at tho be-
ginning of each term. Provided That
no pupil bo admitted to the chart
class after the second wook of each
tprm of school."
The second torm of school will begin
Monday Feb. 2. All pupils who are
not now six years of ago but whp will
bo before Juno 1 1903 may bo admit-
.Ted during the flrat two weeks; and
all pupils who havo never attended
schoolc and who. will enler tbo- chart
(beginning) class alhough thoy are
rover bIx years of nge must bo enroll
ed before tho end of tho second week.
J. ft. Campbell
Superintendent of Schools.
A Scientific OUcovery. (
Kodol does for the Btomach what It
nab0 Q dQ f Uof oyen wnen
llfrhtlu illrnriloivil or ovcrlna.ied
MppUeg tto naturp uces o
digestion nnd does the work of the
jtomRch relaxing tho nervous tnn-
uion whlto tho uriamd mupcle- of
that organ ar allowed to rest and
heal Kodol dlgoi-tso what you pat
and 'enables the ctomacb to digest
snd tran'form nil food into rich red
For solo by J. N. Wallac.
Enid to order to keep up with her
reputation had another suicide last
For Infants and Childron.
The Kind You Have
TM SCHTW-I MDMiy fltW VD( C(T.
Bears the t
FRIDAY JAKUARY 30 1903.
AT THE CHURCHES.
I All ChUrch notices must be In this
office by C o'clock Friday evening or
thoy can not bo Inserted In Saturday's
First Christian Church.
Tho services will bo held In the
court room. corner Harrson avonuo
and Division street
Sunday school at 0:45 a. m.
Ilarry W. I'alntor superintendent
Preaahing at 11:00 a. m.
Junior Enavor 2:30 p. m.
Christian endeavor 7:u0 p. m.
J. T. Ogle Pastor.
Broad and Noblo avenues.
Rt Rev. Dr. Brooke Bishop.
Rev. A. B. Nteholas Pastor.
Sunday school 10:00 a. m.
Early communion 7:30 u. m.
Sorylco and communion 11:00 a. m.
Evening service and sermon 8:00
Friday servlco and choir practice
at 8:00 p. m.
Scats free. Everybody welcome.
M. E Church South.
Corner of "Vilas avonub and Broad
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
At 11 a m. special services fo
children. All children in city invited.
Devotional exercises of Epworth
rcague at C:30 p. ro.
Preaching at 7:30 p. m.
J. 0. Mitchell Pastor.
First Presbyterian Church.
Corner Noblo avenue and Division
Sabbath school 9:45 a. m.
Preaching at H:00 a. m.
Y. P. S. C. E. at C:30 p. m.
Preaching sX 7:30 p. m.
A tordial lnvitatloc Is extended to
W. C. Miles Pastor.
First Church of Christ Sclontlsts.
Broad street between Oklahoma and
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Morning servlco at 11 a. m.
Evening service at 730 p. m.
Wednesday evening services at
7.30 p. m.
Everybody cordially Invited.
Reading room In mo rear of tho
church open daily from 2 to C o'clock
Corner Vino and Noble.
Sunday school at 9.45 a. m.
Preaching at 11:00 a. m.
Subject: "Who Is My Neighbor?"
Junior Union at 3:00 p. m.
B. Y. P. U. at C:45 p. m.
Preaching at 7:30 p. m.
Newcomers and visitors in the city
are especially invited to meet with bs
in these services.
R. T. Mansfield Pastor.
First M. E. Church.
Coruor Broad and Noble.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
Preaching at 11:00 a. m.
Class mooting at 12:00 m.
Junior league" at 3:00 p. in
Epworth leagua at 6j30 p
Pi caching at 7:30 p. m.
Official board meeting tb
londay night in each momb.
C. J. Howes PoBtor.
M. E. Church South.
Sunday school 10 a. ro.
Preaching 11 a. ni.
Epworth League 6:45 p. m.
Preaching. 7:30 p. m.
T. L Rlppey Pastor.
West Guthrie Congregational Church
Cornvsr of Warner and 8th streets.
Snuday school at 10 a. m.
Preaching at 11 a. m.
Christian Endeavor C:30 p. m.
Preaching 7:30 p. m.
A cordial Invitation Is extended to
L. J. Parker
OCEANS OF 8UN8HINE
Acres of roeo and miles of palms
that's California in midwinter.
Gather flowers and pick oranges.
Reacbod on a high cla--s train
The California Limited.
Why endure disagreeable weather
Address General Passenger OffIco(
Atdhlpon Topeka & Santa Fo
A. J. Carklns.
Guthrie Lodge No. 2 A. F. & A. M.
Mebts ovory Tuesday evening at
Masonic Temple. All brethren cor-
dially invited to' attend.
James Hepburn W. M.
E. M. Bamford Secretary.
Albert Pike Lodge No. 60 A. K
and A. M. Meets second and fourtJa
Wednesday of each month at Mason-
Harper 0. Cunningham W. M.
Ttague Ray.. Secretary.
Guthrie Lodge No. 2. K. of P.. mevits
avory Friday night In Victor block.
Visiting Knights cordially Invited.
C. H. Grlswold C. C.
L. S. Page K. of R. & S.
Guthrie Lodge No. 426 B. P. O. T-
2eets the second and fourth FrtdaJ
Jeach month In K. of P. Castlo Hall
L. G. Nlbtack E. R.
A B. Lucas Secretary.
vfctimen of the World GutbriS
Camp No. 3 meets every Tuesday at
7:30 p. m. In the Woodmen hall over
Bponcer Hardware store. Vlsltlafl
Wm. Connelly Coo. Con.
'j. B. Towers Cleric
Naomi Rebekah Lodoe No. 2 I. O.
O. F. meets first and thin. Tuesday at
7:30 In the Odd Fellows' hall In the
Wolnberger building. Visitors wel-
come. 6 Zoe Engcrt N. G.
Mrs. L C. Herwlg Secretary.
Oklahoma Encampment No. 1M I. O.
O. F. meets ovory Thursday night of
K. Abbott C. P.
H. A. Herwlg Scribe.
I. O. fl. M. meets every Tuesday
night In K or P hall. Visiting cb'.sfa
Frank B. Oarber Sacheo.
H. C. Barny Chief of Records.
Guthrie Lodge No. 3. I O. O. F.
meets Monday night of each week at
?:30. Visiting Odd Fellows always
D. W. Pulse N. G.
G. W. Bruce Secretary.
Guthrie. Lodge No.1. A O. ILWk
at 7:30 in the Victor block ccrntt
Ffrst and Harrison. Visiting Wort.
men aiwnys -woicome
Harry Overbay M. W.
c. R. Wilder Recorder.
Guthrie Chapter Nc. 2 Order of the
Eastern Star meets In tho Masoafc
tomplo evory second jnd fourth Fri-
day evening in each month.
M. E. Harrington P. M. L. Ray
Socretary. W. M.
Guthrie Commandery No. I Knights
Templar meets evory Wednesday
evening at 7:30 at their Asylum la
the Masonic temple. Visiting Sir
Knights always welcome.
Jno. Ransom Hammlll E. C
E. M. Bamford Recorder.
Hartranltt Post No. 3 G. A. R-
meeta on first and third Fridays la
each month at 7:30 p. m. in hall over
Spencer's Hardwaro store. Vlsltlnf
comrades always welcome.
M. L. Mock
J. M. Damthouse
Co. A. 1st Rent
Ok. N. G meets
night over Eagle
Q. E. Dunnlca Capt
fl'st'A New Throunh Car Line From Mem
phis to Portland OreQon.
On Wednesday November 19th the
"Rock Island System" atoctaw Ok-
lahoma and Gulf II. II. In connection
with the Union Pacific route estab.
Halted a through personally conducted
tourist sleeping car line to Portland
Oregon which will leave Memphis
every Wednesday at 9:00 a. m. Little
Rock 1:15 p. m. South McAloster I.
T 10: CO p. m. same day Oklahoma
City 2:40 a. m. Thursday El Reno
3:40 a. m. Denver 7:30 a m. Friday.
Ogden 7:15 a. m. Saturday arriving
Portland Oregon 8:10 a.m. Sundar
Yho Capitol National bank has '-he
first world's fair souvenir gold dollars
0 coma to Oklahoma. Part havo the
nea(j 0f Jefferson and part McKlnley.
Price ?3. Proceeds go to world's
Seats aro now on salo for "Clack
Pntti." 25c COo and 75a Secure your
It's folly to suffer from that hor-
rible plague of tho night itching piles.
Doan's Ointment cures quickly and
pennanently At any drug store 50
Seats aro ndw on sale fcr "Blank
PattJ" 25c 50o and 75c.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES
Stations 403 is
Cblcaeu B30a 90um
2 43a 6u0p
y 43(i v ua
ICan Cltr 84upi 716a
pienion iz np 1 1 aij
. - ..-..
wicai ii' inauu.np
6 45a 4 38p
3 36a' S0p
H 20P 7 4 Ja
rOOai 7 30p
.J8a 7 sop
Iys Ang.j 860a
I p.lm'r )
Guthrie . Wastem.
"T j usi r lu Mft
(rtht jpan'r pan'r frglit
t. m p. m p. ni. p. m
8 10 8 30 ...Outfirle.. J 10 7 10
8 40 2 50 ...Seward.. 12 54 8 44
9 57 3 03 .....tterff .. . 1141 8 27
9 2 3 38 ....Uashion . 13 2.1 6 ftl
B 42 S 37 .. Reeding . 12 07 6 41
10 20 4 10 .Kingfisher. 113 5 00
Choctaw Oklahoma A Qu.f.
No 2 No
8 20 620
9 20 7 15
0 09 8 IS
II 60 9 15
I 23 10 U
1113 Bonth McAlMter
B 18 4 30
h 34 4 45
9 23 5 49
10 00 6 28
11 08 8 01
2 20 11 85
6 45 3 15
4 54 4 13
7 40 e 10
I 43 10 68
I 40 9 00
Aro opor&tod by the
North and East
North and West
! North and East
Observation cats cars under the
management of Fred Harvey. Equip-
ment of the latest and best design.
' OKLAHOMA Girt.
Leaves Oklahoma City.... 6:30 p.m.
Arrives Kansas-City 7:30 a.m.
Arrives St. Lou's U:'30 a.m.
Arrives McinphlB 6:00 p.m.
(St. Louis Express.)
Leaves St. Louis .......... 2:30 p.m.
Arrives St. Louis 7:15 futa.
Leaves Kansas City 7:15 pm.
Arrives Oxluhoma City .... 7:25 p.m.
(Arkansas and Oklahoma Express.)
Leaves St. Louis 10:00 p.m.
Arrives Oklahoma City .... 6:45 p.m.
Through cars and Pullman Palace
sleepers between Oklahoma City Kan-
sos City SL Louis and Memphis. For
rates and other information call on
nearest Frisco System Agent or ad-
dress the undersigned.
B. F. Dunn
Division Passenger Agent
I had suffered for over a
year with a sore mouth and
tongue. The doctor said it
came from the stomach. I
was advised to try Ripans
Tabules and have found them
the best thing I have yet
taken. I would advise every-
body that has any stomach
trouble to try Ripans Tab-
ules. At druirgUts.
Tbe Qve-cent packet is tuougn tor an
ordinary occaMon. The family hot-
tie. 60 centi contain a supply fpr a
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 37, Ed. 1, Friday, January 30, 1903, newspaper, January 30, 1903; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc71968/m1/6/: accessed May 29, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.