The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 42, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 5, 1903 Page: 2 of 8
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THK LEADER AUTHRIK OKLAHOMA THURSDAY FEBRUARY 5 1903.
THE RIGHT THING.
One School Boy
Of Guthrie bought a iittle savings bank one year ago.
ftl He now has accrued interest
You can do
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w granu ciiiiu ivne. or any relative or menu ur niai nun-
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We allow Interest at
II Open daily from 9 a m. to 8 p.
j until 10
Capital and Surplus
The Danderine Barker Shop
Under Bank of Indian Territory
Enjoys a Territorial Reputation for Good Clean Work.
DANDR.UFFOID. We Have It. That's All.
J. 13. Green C. I. Green
Wm R. Payne General Counsel
Loan Real Estate Renting & Investment Co.
Loans Rencals Insurance
STEAM BOILER and
Insurance inOLeading Companies
ffl I2C Wt0kUkm Are.
tij Umui orcr Be Btv Slcn. VllOMt 8IQ
Taloga Is in the state of excitement
as tho result of finding of alleged gold
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IBS MW IM H3W AlHUP tSMflfl
Four years a.-o El Rono was the
second eity in Oklahoma in point r
railroad facilities wholosalo houses
and retail trade.
II B Whitney o'tflilhrlo. was here
Saturday night - Shawnoo Hernld
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the ra.te of 4 per cent
per Cvunum u
m. Saturday and evening &
p. m f
- - SI.30U.000 w
Postoffce. Beadles Block
v- it "
Prof. Luetgurt Makeover with hla
wonderful discovery "RemodSsoope."
He makes old molds over into bloom-
ing brides prima donnas butterfiys
long tell or short men. In fact any-
thing an old maid's Heart may long
to be. Opera House Feb. 11th.
.Among the many funnj things in
th Old Maid's Convention was an old
maid who wubed to be made over
into a brunette the profeaor put In
too much color and she came out a
Alusteo has a national bank
Loeal Happenings of City and rr.
tory Briefly Told.
Dnrant hat voted down the propo-
sition to issue I0R.O0O in bonds for
Track laying will commence soon
on Uie A. V. and W.
Indications point to another railway
line from Oklahomn City to tho south-
west to be built by the Missouri Ka i-
sas and Texas.
An 80 torr cotton oil mill will in-
built at Wagoner.
Ardmore Is talking asphalt paln
for business streets.
A number of physicians at Musko
get contemplate building a hospital
Yale has now become an Incorpor-
A braes band has been organised at
It costs the e!ty of Stillwater $:''.
a month to have Uie city lighted tv
th electric light plant.
Sixteen thousand pounds of freignt
were unloaded at the Quintan depot
QuinUm is to have another rale of
South McAlester Is hot after a un-
Tlie Perry Commercial club has en-
dorsed the M&tbews quarantine bill
Within the past two years the Fris-
co mileage has grown from 3000 to
5000 and the contemplated extensions
will soon lnoreaso It to 8.000.
The Comanche county Farmers'
Instltuto has just closed a successful
threo days' session. at Lawton. "
Over" flvo thousand bushels of oats
woro marketed at Mustang ona dav
Tho Chorokoo National bank with a
cnpltal stock of $100000 Is to'be'fltart-
cd at Enid.
Valo Is aftor tho new town of Qr
Yale wants to absorb it.
Tho now brick company nt dishing
turned out 7000 bats In one day las.
weok. They aro to bo used for new
buildings In Quphlng.
Tho eleotrlo stroot railway at Okla-
homa City cost $100000.
A postofflco fight 1b on at Taloga
with tli e usual several contestants.
Cushing claims to bo second to none
In eastern Oklahoma. It will soon
have the ICnty.
The old Indian trading post. Gray
Horse Is to be moved to Fairax. Gray
Horse existed before the first open-
ing. Thiers are operating upon
Santa Fe freight trains.
Work was today commenced grad-
ing tho Towns nnd Qklghoma line a
Knty projeot from this city to Cos'
gate Tho road will cpst $800d0C
nnd will be finished by January 19
The divorce petition at the dlatrlc
clerk's office are of an unusually largo
The miners at Hartshorn are out on
It is rumored thnt a Bt Louis cap-
italist will erect a seven story build-
ing at Oklahoma City.
The Orient expects to have trains
running between Wichita and Cbero
kee Oklahoma by February 15
The city council of Bl Iteno has ord-
ered that one of its principal s tree's
be paved i
The Orient railroad company is'
building a depot at Carmen
f ltrrvl (a nliai-mr rrtan u1 In til A
Mtnni is vuon'ivi -i s -.
once treleb8 plains of l w county
Talk abotii the cm in am back.
A Wathena man gave bis dog to a
party in Oklahoma last September and
Sunday he found It at his own door.
The distance is !00 miWx-Topeka
State Capital i
Ilishop F K Pi.hjI e of t.uihile held
services at the St Andrew's episco-
pal church Tuesday evening Ijwton
A New Catarrh Gure Whch Is Rap-
idly Comtna to the Front.
For several years lied Gum Blood
Itoot and Hydraatln Imve betn recog-
nized as standard remedies or ca-
tarrhal troubles but they have always
been given separately and only very
recently an Ingenious chemist succeed-
ed In combining them together with
other antiseptics Into a pleasant ef-
Druggists sell the remedy under th3
name of Stuart's Catarrh Tablets and
it has mot with remarkable success In
the cure of nasal catarrh bronchial
and throat catarrh and in catarrh of
Mr. .V. N. Benton whose address Is
care of Clark House Troy N. Y. says:
"When I run up against anything that
is good I like to tell people of it. I
have been t-orbled with catarrh mors
or less for some time. Last winter
roore than ever. Tried several so cal-
led cores but did not get any benefit
from them. About six weens ago I
bought a 80 cent box of 8tuart's Ca-
tarrh Tablets and t am glad to say
that they have done wonders for me
and I Mo not mwitate to let all ?.iy
friends know that tftuart's Catarrh
Tablets are the right thing.
Mr. Geo. J. Casanova Of hotel Grif-
fon Wewt 9th. street New York city
writes: "I have commenced using
Stuart's Catarrh Tablets and already
they have given me better results than
any catarrh oure I have ever tried."
A leading phyBlciah of Pittsburg ad-
vises the use of Stuart's Catarrh Tab-
lets in preference to any other treat-
ment for Catarrh of head and throat
He claims they aro far superior to
inhalers salves lotions or powde-
and are much more convenient and
pleasant to take nnd are so harmless
that little children take them with
benefit as they contain no opiate co-
caine or any poisonous drug.
From Trarolar Arkansas City. Ono
groat disappointment arose from tho
fact that the "Splnistor" who intend-
ed to wonr long whito "pantalottoa"
cut full and gathered into a rufflo at
tho anklo togethor with a short skirt
and hoops backed down at tho last
minute. All becauso she hoard that
a Said headed row composed of prom-
ilnont bacholprs woro coming purpose
ly to "rubberneck" at her.
Tho Capitol National bank has the
first world's fair souvenir gold dollar
to como to Oklahoma. Part have th
head of Jefferson and part McKlnlcy
Price $1. Proceeds go to world's
What Shall We
Have for Desserts
This oueatlon 'arisen In thn fnmllv
every day. Let us nnswor it today.
a doliclous and healthful dessert.
prepared in two minute. No boll-
Ing no baking! add boiling watw
and sot to cool. Flavors Lomon
Orange Haspberry and Strawberry.
Get a package at your grocers today.
Finest Alleys and Cigurs in
108 Harrison Ave. Gray Bldg
"How to be Beautiful"
Mme. Ruiwert'n Fntnauf Boai. Haw o
He Beautiful" elves In Clear Concise Can-
wage the only method tor attaining
ilcmit. Youthful Look and above all A
MARVOLOUiy PERFECT COMPLEXION.
HAIR MOI RS WAP'!. M ALL !)!
rcCTS of PACU.NEt; . ItANpSond HAIR.
MMT A Rt'PrCRT ill tend thi.
mot atuibl belt sbtolutcljr ( of
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Hoover and Go-skill Proprietors
Well kept barn where horses are given good treatment. Riffs
for commercial men a. specialty. BestPcare tnlcn of Boarding
Horses. South Second Street Phono 128
Weir City McAlester Canon City and Arkansas Anthra-
cite kept in stock.
Terms Strictly Cash.
Piompt delivery and best of service at nil times.
Office and yards 421 Oklahova ave. Phone 0
That is what you are doing when
you buy your pinnos dlsowhoro or of
somd "Cheap John Houbo." "Wo carry
tho vary host lino of pianos and gio
tho bdst'of prices and if any thing
about our Instruments provo to bo un-
satisfactory 'care right hero all of
tho timo to make it right with our
purchasors. Wo do not rash In nnd
mako quick sales and rush right out
again leaving the town taking out all
the monoy tho people havo oxpendod
with us but we stay hore and use
such in helping build our city and aid-
ing our own town people.
Tho' literature of the world is pro-
ssrvod In types anil notoe. Td toad
only books Is to miss half of nil liter-
ature Wo gau ofljoy a book in
silonoe; muslo must be heard and the
finer It's means of production the
finer the muslo. The piano unlocks
Uie literature of muslo. The finest
mode of musical expression in the
world is found In our pianos. Wo
would take great pleasure in showing
you our goods and can assure you
that we can give you the ve; y beat of
prices and guarantee our piano's to
give entire satisfaction. Come In and
let us convince you of the fact.
E. H. Knauss
The Pioneer Music Man of Oklahoma.
Guthrie j'owel Supply.
UAblnet mirror comb and brush
and e clean towel each morning $1.00
See Walter Hammock at Star Lauu-
The Cam mack
Livery and Boarding Stables
N. F. CHEACIE
Wholesalr anil retail Cealer
in all klndsof
All Club omforls
On the California Limited.
Barber shop buffet library
observation parlor magazines
dally papeF" market reports
and on unrivaled cuisine.
Sovonth reason now equipment.
Why stay at home7
Tso California tour described in.
Address Geiieral Pasengsr Office
Atchlon Topeka & Santa Fo Rall-
A. J. Corklns
For Cool Drinks
A neat orderly retort is
Wq Keep in Stock
Hapstone Rye Saffel
Old Monk and Silver
We accord courteous treatment
Cool Beer on tai. All brands
of Bottled beer.
I Corner Second and Har
I. ... .1... .!!.. . !. . I. ...l. .. ....
The Gentleman's Resort
The best of Wines Liq-
uors and Cigars
L. D. Fossett. Proti.
This is the Place
To get the best horf eshoe
ing done a horse's foot needs as
much attention as a man's
sometimes a great deal more.
1 make a specialty of expert
horseshoeing. I; shoe a horse
for mobility and action. All
R-. O. MACKEY.
216 N. Division
CO. "A" NOTICE
All memberB of Co. "A" are hereby
ordered to meet at tno Armory on
Harrison avenuo over tho Eagle drug
Bforo at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday
night for rogular weekly drill. AH
members must be present
By ordti- of
G E. Dunnlca
One hundred choice troueer tiaL. i
terns bought cheap bav- a pair ot
pants made; como at pneo and get
choice. Webb Tailoring Co.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 42, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 5, 1903, newspaper, February 5, 1903; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc71973/m1/2/: accessed May 18, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.