The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 37, Ed. 1, Friday, January 30, 1903 Page: 7 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA FRIDAY JANUARY 30( 1903.
Local Happenings of City and Terri-
tory Briefly Told.
Bnpulpa has boon offered a promlum
of $601 for hor ?40OOD school and
IlonryetUi In the Crook nat'.h. has
organized a cornmorelat ciufc.
Tho corner stone of tho how Cher-
okee (and offlco has been laid at Tah-
AStruatt. The offloo will bo opened
Tho Somlnolo National council lg In
Watonfea'a streU have been grad-
ed and are now said to be In
Small pox Is raging In Watonga.
Ardmore bad a shooting scrape
Work Itna commenced on Oklaho-
ma Otty new $60000 opera house.
Sneak thieves are busy at Alva.
Oeronlmo Is a nw town In Co-
Mountain View is to hae a flouring
The oxtonslon of Oklahoma City'
sttirui sower will cost $W000.
Tho farmers have tegiin their
Two new lodges will be Instituted
at Tonkawa and Alva this woek.
War on tho gambling dons at Roff
has been started.
Pauls Valley recently voted $25000
for waterworks and now the council
has discovered that $16000 moro will
One thousand and twenty-six lots
In tho townslte of Fredorlck havo
been sold to tho Bos link for $15000. J
Tho list of candldatos for city of-
fices at Lawton still grows and now
38 candidates arc out with announce-
ments. Work commenced today on tho Ax-
tension of tho Arkansas Valloy c
Ve8tern railroad from Enid t6 Don-
According to tho statements of the
attorneys or tho Chickasaw non-
citizen cattlemen who havo organ-
ized to fight tho collection of tho tri-
bal tax of twonty-flvo cents a head
on cattlo grazing in tho Chickasaw
nation tho light has only begun.
Five new residences and a drug
Btoro have boon erected at Foster
Since the town was first surveyed.
This Is easier said than don- yt
it may bo of somo help to consider
thomattort If the causo Is somo.
thing over which ?bu have no con.
Urol it is obvious that worrying will
not hvlp tho raalter In tho least
On the other hand. If within your
conyou havo only to act. When
you have a cold and foar an attack ol
pneumonia buy a bottlo of Chamber
Iain's Cough romerty and use It ju-
diciously and all cause for worry
as to tho outcome will tuIcHly Ols.
appear. Thore Is no dangor of pneu
monla whon It is used. For sale by
Eagle Drug Store.
'The First Christian church corner
Ash and Noblo will be oedloated on
Sunday next. There will be three ser-
vices at 10:45 a. m. 3 00 p. m.. and
7:30 p. m.
A fine musical programme will be
rendered at each service. The Rev.
W. t. Richardson of Karjeas City will
gneak at morning aad evening serv-
" Frcje Cure- for Headache.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablots ara a certain euro for sick
hodacha If takvjn. as on as th"
flrt indication of thn dUease ap-
pears they will prevent tho atleok.
G$ a sample bottle at Eagla Drug
stop) and gva them a Ulal.
. Tickets are now on sale at Wallace 4
drug store for "Tho Show Girl" which
will be at the Brooks' next Saturday
night. This Is one of the beet attrac-
tions of the season. Prises fide 75c
Tlsn't sale to be a day without Dr.
Thomas' Eclectrjc Oil In tho house
Nover ogn tell what m6mont an no-
cident Is going to happen.
TOOK A STRAW VOTE.
Interesting Experiment In a Restau-
An advertising agent representing
n p oiitinent Now York magazine
whllo on a recent wostern trip wa
dining one evonlng In a Pittsburg ro3
i While waiting for his order ha
glanced over his newspapor and no
ticed tho advertisement of a well
known dyspepsia preparation Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets; as ho hlmBolf was
a rogular usor of tho tablets ho !
gan speculating as to how many of
tho other traveling men in tho din-
ing room were also friends of tho
popular remedy for Indigestion.
He says' "1 counted twenty-throe
men at the tables and In the hotel
office 1 took tho trouble to Intervlow
them and was surprised to learn that
nine of tfc 'wenty-three made a prac-
tice of taking one or two of Stuart'a
Dyspepsia Tablets after each meal.
One of them told me he had suf-
fered so much from stomach trouble
that at one time he had been obliged
to quit the road but since using
Stuart's Dyspepsia TnbleU had neon
entirely free from indigestion but he
continued tuelr use especially while
traveling on account of Irregularly
of meals and because like all travel-
ing men he was often obliged to ent
what he could get and not always what
Another who looked the picture o
health sid he never ate u meal with-
out taking a Stnnrt Tablet afterward
because up could oat what he pleased
and when he pleased without fear of
a sleepless night or any other trouble
Still another used them becaiiBo he
was subject to gfts on stomach caus-
ing pressure on heart and lungs short-
ness of breath and distress In chost
which he no longer experienced slnco
using tho tablets regularly.
Another claimed that Stuart's Dys-
pepsia Table's was tho only safe ro-n-edy
he had ever found for sour stom
ach aad acidity he had formorly used
common soda to roliovo tho trouble
but tho tablots wore much hotter and
safer to ueo.
A'tor smoking drinking or other ox-
cessos which weaken tho dlgostlvo or-
gans nothing rostoros the stomach to
a healthy wholesome condition so
off actually as Stuart's Tablots.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets contain
tho natural digestive popsln diastase
which every weak stomach lacks as
well as mix hydrastln and yellow pa-
rllla and can bo safely rolled upon as
a radlonl cure for eycry form of poor
ire for every form of poor
Sold by druggists ovory-
Requisitions for bridges havo been
approved by tho governor and secre-
tary of the interior to the amount of
12867.54 in Kiowa county and $2S.-
070 90 In Caddo county.
The Eagle drug .'tore guarantees
evrry bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
rvfmedj and will refund the momy
to every one who is not Batlsfiodv af.
ter using two.thlrdg of Its contents.
Thi is the bet remedy in t' o world
for J grippe coughs colds croup
whooping rough and Is pleasant and
saf to take. It prevent any tend
oncy of a cold to rasul in pneumonia.
High Class Vaudeville
Performance every night
10 ALL STAR ARTISTS
INCLUDING THE FAMOUS
Marvelous Club Jugglers Hd
Ciyieograph Moving Pict-
ures shiwiiii? the Thtwrn-mons-Jeffrica
at Eight Rouuds.
Admission 15 and 25 Cents.
i riOUSANDS SAVED tV
in Rirur mnnmtrns
For Consumption. Coughs Co!tf5
andat" HR0ATAND Ll'WG TROUBLE
'IUu vimlfirful po'di. inepost1 ety
curert t-'ocs'mition I'oi.lis Old
Broncl'itiB Asthma Pneumoiiia
He.y Fc"er PleuiBy Lnpjux
iuyCJongli. Every bottle guaranteed
KOCURC. HO FAT.
HAND YOl'K WANT
A0S Uril MONEY
5 cents per lire ilrst insertion 8ft
contj per lino v subsequent Inser-
tion. HHLLO! QI VIS MB BB8 6 room house
and barn South Second. $12.00 now
$ room house and barn Halner's aL
lltlon $16.00; several other properties
for rent olouo In. J. D. Green.
WANTED i O RENT.
Lost City warrant No. 614 for
$1G.C0 contingent fund. Finder will
leave at Loader offlco.
FOR SAL! A Good main street lot
in oiroua' win soi. lor ?10D. Address
O. K. Qarber caro Leader.
FOR SALB Good second hand May.
tr. Atiaress w toaaor onido.
FO& ALE A second
Ci at Leador offlco.
FOR SALIS Hlght (8) valuable reel.
pes for 36 cents. Active persons
can make $26 a week selling them
goous. Among tno recipe are: "IIowi
td mako artificial honuy;" "How tot
make Cider without nnnlaa?" "Ilnrv
to make maple syrup;" "How to make
ica; now io maKo ice cream at 2
cents a gallon;" "How to make eight
pounds of butter from ono trallon of
milk". Address Leonard enre Leodr-
HF.J.P WANTED MALE.
WANTKD Lively young man 18 to
20 years of age (white only) apply
at once at office of Drs. Gunu.
WANTED -Young mn to loam teleg-
raphy and railway buslnoei. W. IC
Skolton Sallnn Kas.
WANTED Barbor at once. $10 guar
antee must m first class young
man. F. C. Eby Hut'chlson Kas.
WANTED To know whereabouts of
C. C. Milton formerly of Carml. 111.
Address L. R. Delanoy Wichita Kas.
WANTED Subscribers to pamphlet
list to good claims in Kiowa coun.
try. Address lho Leader.
WANTED Orders for Btock certifi
cates and notorial sieols. Seal. $2.50
to $3.00 Leador office.
WANTED At onw a largo safe. Call
at leader offlco
ANV ONE wishing neat dressmaking
dbno should ctUl on Mrs. Hewitt
room 32 over Capitol National bank.
WANTED Men to loam barbor trade.
Always rush for barbers In spring.
Preparo now yoars saved by our
moU.od stoady prnctlco tools diplo
mas positions nnd board given. Cat-
alogue mailed free. Molor Barber Col-
lego St. Louis Mo.
BOOKKEEPER and cashier married
Aqe 28. Ten years' experience do-
sires responsible position best refer-
ences and security If necessary In an
established business. Address Post-
office Box 7 Savannah Georgia.
Dr. Lyon'e Sanitary Tea and Coffee.
Maker. Just patented; flte any pot;
Isavee coffee. Agents oaslly clear U
'dally. 60c samplo 2io. Sond now.
Dr. Lyon Pqkln. 111.
(First published In the Dally Leader
Jan. 23 1903.)
Application for Liquor License. .
Torrltory of Oklahoma County of
Notice Is hereby given that
Francis S. Nelson
has this day filed In the offlco of the
County Clerk In and for said County
his petition asking that a license be
granted him to sell at retail malt
spirituous and vinous liquors on
Lot S block 22 Town of Marshall
In said County and Territory
If no protest be filed on or before
February 5th 1003
the petition will be granted and
Witness my hand and the seal of
said County hereto affixed this
224 day of January 1008.
N. J. C. Johnson County Clerk.
A cheap and comfortablo way to
travel Is in the personally conduotod
wwekly excursion tourist cars to the
Paoiflo coast. Through from Mem.
phis without change via "Rock Island
Systom." Choctaw Oklahoma &nu
Gulf It. It. and So. Pac. Route And
Union Pacific Route.
I Personally conducted waokly excur.
slon cjs leare Memphis every Tu'es.
daj for California via tho Choeniw
Iloclt Island System aad So. Pac. Ity.
and for Portland Oregon every 1
Thursday via Choptaw TJaloa r' 1
--ww - . ft"-
onaceitour -non a x.tup. at.
of All Chronic Ana Female
DR. LULA M. IRELAND
Urrmutulogtat start CtnropodUt
1WJJ Mt Oklahoma Arm Qathrle Okla.
VICTOR G. HOUSTON
Insurance. Real Estate
Aolit fur leading lire Insurance
Offiae: Rear Bank of Indian
JohrlDeveieux. Adelbert Hughes.
DEVEREUX A. HUQHE8
Attorneys at Law.
nop?n 16 Dewey Bleak cornor Oklaho-
a avenue and Division Street.
fcctlce in all the courts of tho
M. LUTHER VE8T
Notary PublU and
Hairchessing manicure and facial
mawnge Miss A. Romlg
106 W. Harrison. Phone 660.
' CHAPPELL & MINTONYE
tracticc In all courts. Rooms 3 4 5
New Adlor Dldg.
Phone 081. uuthno Okla
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Frank Dale. A. O. C. Blorer
DALE & BIERER
&&(erson Building Oklahoma avenuo
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Offlco In Adlor block south side Ok
STRANG & BLACK.
Practice in all Courts of the
116 West Okla. Ave. Guthrie.
I al-o solicit porspoctlvo work and
wa9h drawings from
DR. O. H. IRWIN
Physician and Surgeon
Offfco and rqaldonco 307 East Okla-
"" homa avenue.
Offlco hours: 9 to 11 a .m.. 2 to 4
MENTAL AMD MAGNETIC
Mind Is the director of Hfo; magnot-
Ism tho pow r executing the ordors.
Prof. Harriet C. Hullck B. S. B. D.
Hour: S a. m. to C p. m.
Rooms 24-20 Beadlm' Block. Over
Capitol National Bank Quthrlo Okla
CO. "A" ATTENTIONI
All members of Co. ''A" are hereby
ordered to meet at tho Armory ob
Wednesday night for drill. All men
tiers must be present
G. E. Dunnlca
C$VL Comd'g Co A.
InvltatlpQ.i ave boon Issued an-
nounalng.tho annual German masquer-
ade ball to no held Thursday availing
February 6 lt tho convention hall In
the nofy Olty hall building. Tho cos-
tume's'and masks will bo furnished ny
the Wjirran Costumo company of
Wichita and nn onjoyablo time Is ox-
pectej. Ask the Doctor
Aak him if he has an' ob-
jection to our filling your
prescriptions. If he has
we would like to know
tfie reason. If we can't
nU them as cheap and as
good as anybody else we
WQnt charge you a cent
The Corner Drug
Satire' vj n?
Cor-. 'Okl. o.nd First
DO OV WANT II
on a - -
"'iT w ...."o v
IKtllTIMV wn ima
We havo It to loan on
City & Resldonco Property
I W. Me Bronson
Farm Loans Insurance Abstracts!
Orlly complete abstracts of title in Logan Count $
.' You pay Interest and principal at our office. !C'
Oldest and largest insurance agency in Oklahcmit.
I $&$. GUTHRIE OKLA J
n - r t I I
i -. II...1...U! ...ill
hicb wnnu ii uuum weuiiug ana ncaung inin niu proaet'w
ing the wood-work from injury -a wonderful invention whtcW
cost a lare sum of money in order to be up-to date. Our atutfk
has the Only Henderson Tiro Setter in this section ol tW
United Stale Wr also have the very ln'.est Ooudyear Rubber'
Tire Machine. We put first quality rubber tin-son any ran-4
that rolls buggy or wagon. New vehicles made to order. 'Jbtt
pairing painting and trimming our specialty. You are invito
to visit our factory the best equipped in the Southwest.
Firat clans Horseshoing SCHICKR.AM (Si WICKMAWr
GUAM 1'OSU 1're.l.lmit. ll.vrrilt St.
GUTHRTE LAUNDRY CO.
I'p town UlHcx mi I'nitl N.'wmnn'n n"r lotnnir
Atfents Wsvntod in Every Town
T3he FoLmlly Store. For
xtt:. i :
vv uic iuiquuii ciiiu vigcir&
Calmbacher remains astroujj favorite.
Cor. Division and Harmon.
THANK DALE. l'reldent
Guthrie National Bank
uIUKCTOIia-Fr.rVn le. A 1
II. Pltson j It. OoUiDKliatn a. N. Utvrar.tiof St Lou n. y 11. Thwfng and
It bcrt Sohibcrir
ItOHKUT hOIII.ItlJKO Cimhlor C. II 1'K.SON Ant. Cahl
Loans Rencals Insurance
STEAM BOILBR and
Insurance inOLeading Companies
ltd Will OklibBtnl An.
U Uoumi or Bee Hive lerc. I'llONI! aio
Home Building Co.
i Si oKi'oKiinn
! lUffin . 1 il.tXi
We purcbavi ruu t .ionic In 4iir liiv '.u m
In any prt of tne country ir pav ' ff your
mortgage and let yra py o back a h
flOQOatibe rtr tI w fmr muiitb Mitboul
Rooms 4. 5 and 0 Lyon block
Cor. Harrlaon and Division
WMt early for ' Black
The next number of th lecture
cfturae Tlll be plten by the Geoig9 l"
Concert Co. st tti PrentyterUn
church Uie oveping of JaJouary lOi'j
V 4iUBHIt 1
M if H il ' 1 TTTl-s-rrlT
If yo.i will pay a visit U V..
riage and wago?
322 S. Division St
We will show you hew
tillhten Ioorc wiirnn and ln
. . . . . . . w
VOND. Nfo jr. OIIABjS.llOIC Tr 1
the best in tho wsxy of
. i ri
M. Weinberger ft
.t It COmNUIIAM. I vice 1'icntdcittB.
j. w. rmiuv i v ie 1 reliaon
Scav. A O O llcier.J W I'errr. Cbass
BANK gBORGLVRY IP
Poncn CHty thinks It Is tho proptw-plat-j-
for lica'iou of the poiiltciitlary
.01-103 W. 91b St. KANSAS CITY MO.
l(eju!r Graduate in t'ed'clrr. Over 30Yasrt?
Practice il Ysra in KaiuaiCitv.
Tito (IMett la cs antf tonnett localeit.
uiborUed I y the Srt u Uttt tdltOSIC
MHVOU AND SM(Ul LIStAit.
( urn li iraniM M moacr rf-funn
eo All oh'OIi luoi f 1 ruMwd iwulr f
um tw Mr ury or luiynuu rarirt
cinti u'fJ No dvicoiwc Iroai krtul'
in m latlnuu at a aiataoctf trratrit
tip mall unit nsurnH MMlliWua mM
hr frci - 1 ruMorbri koi NoWflk-Uf
' ' "'' "' ' rintwithiipilr. Cbartra
'isirwouii . if Ai" iiu -patltac n
1 -UDt. St t j. aw ag. awid ter . rsa.
um .louiteenud cuufiimtlal pmmhUc Ij wM
mlrtaV Weakness ".""! .'. '
and Sexual Debility Z:r.rr
n p nl loe mUft M-nal powi oarvg
Ki'itirala owr mvif kmlaUaiMitMia -.4'.
jmi nakt Too St ici inarriatra ftaad tot Lulc
Si rl r tf 1 rr Ha4ici7 mni with a tw ac
fi -i o i ftfalllbta Mom Treatwa. U
anuUlcet Nn liutruieeuM no pain. v.
.iif iifromtmslno.il Tyre gwuaotael Xkiuk i.
li t ijuM4ou fri" -u-aled.
8.utit Bl". f ! B1 all prtrji
pnillS om. parmaoeoUy cared.
Varicocele Hydrocele and
R-.imriae rtrf""1 T curml la a tan 1
......ww. wi ouiii painoroaaacr.
for both Mtt-48 xxgv4 ft vtnti-m..
with f 1 tl- rluLIAn if AtMVM dft4.
tb aacetttnat n- .1 ut MHim Id Plata wr.-r
ik. iauip trr 1 m frae Eaaveata
D4 Riff J for DaBtllMI
Irrlutlotu at tilcaxariMM
r mucou owbtM
I'alDtMa. and Dot tMlflf.
la.-.nJi "ii.uu.uj. 1
(jmt or pbtMoou
or wot 10 plain vtK
Vlrtolar itat t.a tfuri.
mkf atm' iimowiiiV'
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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/m1/7/: accessed May 29, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.