The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 42, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 5, 1903 Page: 5 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 6 1903
One Price Clothier
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feels at home in our store. Everybody is invited here.
We note with pleasure the constantly increasing number
J5 of folks who regard this store as "my store." Our custom-
is crs are treated courteously and fairly and when they
g make a purchase here and find
C it. we give them their money back. We invite you to
o come in and examine our big stock whethef you want to
o buy or not.
AROUND THE TOWN.
Lenox Soap la always full weight.
"nt ft - '
Lenox Soap is a puro tal)ow soap
will not cut tho clothos.
Save your money and get vourt-.olf
a now suit. Don't taVo much. Webb
Tho resorve salo for tho Warde
company in the "Lion's Mouth" wil
open at 0 o'olocl; tomorrow morning
at Wallaco's drug store
An unconfirmed uimor 5s abroad at
Shawneo that an Oklahoma City al-
itor has purchased tho plant of .1 de-
funct Shawneo nowspapor and that he
will soon start a morning dally.
All persons "having rooms to ront
will ploaso roport to Masonic tomplo
or following commlttco:
. Mrs. Mary E. Harrington
Mrs. Hortense Doye
Mrs. Isadora Wells.
BIDS FOR EXCAYATION.
I want bids for excavating dirt back
of now passenger dppot at onco. A.
J. Corklns. Agont
rHONB U O. O. 3IUVBS 1'liOP.
(FORMERtY THE N. B. SH1TII STABtES.)
Special attention given to Boarders
Horses bought and sold on Commission
Will train a limited niynber for spsed.
Driving saddle and spoad horses for sale
Prepared to break colts for any purpose
Ctracr Vine tad C'cvcltnd Avenue
WHY NOT RENT A SAFETY DftV
POSIT BOX IN A MODERN STEEIi
VAULT AND F2EL THAT YOUR
VALUABLES ARE SECUREr FROM
SI TO 3 PER YEAR PAYS FOR ONE
ACCORDING TO SIZE 8EE' THE
CAPITOL NATIONAL BANK AB6UT
J i Cf George O
!; DR.ESS ;l 9 aut'jrte. is.
i . . i ?jv ii. r Arqjjy "
unnnrinuinr wc wr
; Every correct; o
; thing is here;! g
land at a rea-!; a
;sonable price g
l' !l M
they would rather not have c
CAPTAIN HOBSON COMING.
of Many Kissing Bees
Lecture in Guthrie.
It was announced today that Capt.
Ulchard P. Hobson hero of tho Mor'
rinmc and who endured tho famous
"kissing boo" at Kansas City Is to 'Jh
In Guthrio March 7 and will lecture
undor tho nusplcos of tho' ladles of tho
'llty Federation. His lecture horo
will bo the orily one glvon In Oklaho-
ma and will bo for tho honoflt of the
DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salve.
Tho only positive cure for blind
blooding itching and protruding piles
cuts burns bruises eexoma and all
abrasions of tho skin. DeWltt's Is the
only Witch lUzel Salvo that is made
from tho puro unadulterated witch
hazol all others are counterfeits.
DoWltt's Witch Hasel Salvo is madi
to euro counterfoils are mado to soil.
J. N. Wallace.
Tho citizens of Guthrie under tho
leadership of Uie Commaroinl club
liavo beconie thoroughly interested In
the Idoa of pulling the noxt annual
convention of tho Oklahoma Cattle-
mons' nssooIaUoft to this city. A
strong comm'eo will bo appo!ntol
to go to Oklahoma City to win this
plum. The namos will bo mado public
by ox-0ovornor C. M. Barnos soon. It
will bo composed of men who know
how to fight to win.
The Easy Pill.
DeWltt's Little Early Risers do not
gripe nor weaken the system. They
cure biliousness jaundice constipa-
tion and inactive livers by arousing
tho secretions moving tbe bowels
gently yet effectually and giving'
such tone and strengthen to the glands
in U) bvoiuuv:.. t .u uU.B """
Uie cause ot uie irouuie is removen
entirely. These famous little pills ex-1
ort a decided topic effect upon the or-
gans Involved and if their UBe is con-
tinued for a few days there will be
no roturn of Ujo trouble.
J. N Wallace.
Tho motto of the convention wa&
l"Wbore there is life there is hopo"
while on the palm of oacli membor'
hand there was a large black M
standing for Man Maid and Matrl.
mony. Emporia Gazette.
Look out for the "Spinsters' Con-
vention" to be given soon by the La
dles of Uis Guild
Cherokee Is to- have a new Oiieui
uiuoii a. lormer cmsen oi
4H the city the guostfT
TUcKeeban. a member of the
board of county commissioners of
Comanche county. Is In the city con
ferr'- g with Governor Ferguson re-
gard g the bridges to be built in
M C. Beasley editor of the Drams n
Star Is In the city.
II It Johnson of St. Joseph Mo.
Is In the city the guest of F. B. Lucas.
Deputy Marhal A. B. Hutchison ot
Ponca City I In the city.
County Clerk J. IS. Hums is In he
city from Klngllshe.
Deputy Muralml W. F Pierce
here from Lawton
Probate Judge E. A. Sharp
Cleveland county. Is in the. c
Mm. J. N. KfaiL-aA daughter
Marion went to Fond Creek today for
s few days visit with relftwes tburorw
sheriff L. P. Barker of Norman It
In the city.
Editor S. H. Bchols of the Msngrura
Star is in the city for a few days
visit with the politicians.
Secretary of the territorial board of
agriculture J. B. Thoburn. Is In the
city conferring with the governor re
carding the work of the board.
County Superintendent J.' B. Coop-
rijiaral woods county is in the cu;
Miss Jessie ' Pantos has returned
from airipto Swan Laite..
fO. Locke of Uie Santa Fe is In
the city today a guest nt the Royal.
Amos Swine of Kingfisher is in the
H. II. Watkins and J. I Stuard at
Enid are visitors In the city today.
C. H. Dickson of Washington D. C
is in Uie city.
W. A. Maurer an El Iteno attorney.
Is In the city. '
Dr. and Mrs. J. 15. Sorper of Cordell
are visitors in the city.
Bledsoe of Qrinnell Iowa Is
in the city. '
A. 0 Gray and daughter are her
today from Cherenne.
Wattjft rierjff Who hag been oiTiv
m wpoIis tour 6f imlTKn torrTlory re
turned homo today. Ho reports n big
tlmo and 8tf"B that Indian territory
Miss Josslo Ivors of Porry is a
guost nt tho Elks.
.my. unit .r. iv. i. u.uuuj UVwu-
sas City aro visitors In tho cjty
Mra. A. WIso of Mulhallfirnnrgui
I nt fitlnHilrt I r llt 4.tYn f
Lr T J
VUlUUUi IWIjr IlUllIIiUII VW UilUUUI'Jr
today Interviewing tho mombors
B. B. Blnkonoy of Teoumsoh ts tn
W. W. Letson ot Horton Kns is a
guest nt the Elks.
Geo. D. Orner of Enid Is in the city.
S. A. Beauchamp of Wichita U here
Miss Laura Moore county superin
tendent of Qreer county. 1b InUe city
County Superintendent G. D. Mosa
of Kingfisher county it in the city at
tending a meeting of the county super
intendents association held bore to
E. B. Shotivell county superintend-
ent of Lincoln county Is In tho city.
Miss Mary D. Couch of Oklahoma
City is in the city today. Miss Couch
is comity suporlntondont of Oliltiuo-
vftfrsTWni. Grlmee ifas returnod from
imrip to Kingfisher.
ttomeya. H. llarrls at Parry is
horo attending supromo court
W. E. Bolton prosldont of tlio Qk-
lahoma Sanltnry board. Is in Uio olty.
Dr. A. M. Shorburno in In the olty a
guost at the Royal.
Miss Anna Ulrtelle of Nowklrlt Is
in the city.
II. It. Purdatn cashier of the Bank
of Tishomingo was in the olty today. !
Miss Virginia Coombs of Atchison
is in the city.
ton Wharton editor or thd Perry
Sentinel is here today. i
F A Wilson city editor of tbe IBnld
L D MoMtodfB and L M. Wsttan
of Ponca city are In the dty.
Ewers White president of the ter
ritorial board or agriculture Is in Uie
A O Anthony of Canton Ohio Is
In the city a guest at the Elks.
J. S. Newby and J. M. Hale of
Chandler are visitors in tbe olty.
Attorney J W. Scothorn hns return-
ed from Perry.
Chief Clerk Bolton of the Jower
house declared last night that an
' gy xigted amJ propM-il
forthwith u buy everything In sight
for his friends. He hail received a 'J
message from Hobart announcing
that be is now a grandfather.
Cimarron Valley Clipper: A great
stencli i being stirred up at Guthrie
over tbe alleged rotten sewerage con-
; tract The tax payere are howling
iceral Decisions Handed Down and
Admitted to Practice.
. .- - . -
The Mhing opinions were hand-
ed down ai today's session of tbe su-
By i' i.uci -
Uniti i hiatus vs. J. H. Warren; or-
ror frci'i Canadian county: reversed
and n n ainled
By Urn well
Jninv ''anada vs. Territory of Ok
Geoim p t'hl vs. W. T. Qrieeom;
error irmn Payne county; reversed
Sarah r Base vs. W. T. Smith; af-
firmed John r Weeks vs. M. L. Carlisle;
jpbn T Wyatt vs The Ponca City
Loan and Improvement com-
appeal from Kay county; re-
A. ( Kosler and George 71. Dodson
ts. Nt'd F Cheadle appeal from Lo-
gan mum y: afflrmetl
ll Pane oas
Cliixiaw Oklahoma and Qulf rall-
roftd u Adoloh Deporade; appeal
frotu Canadian county; reversed and
t n Flnley vs. Sam Coomlvs; orlgi-
sot Ion of mandamus; write denied
lid cause dismissed.
M M Smith 's. M. L. Hlte; demur-
tF ' petition.
The following attorneys wore nd-
ttttted to the practice of law In the
Louis E. McKnlght of Anadnrko.
Chas II. Boetlck of Peny.
1' H Hudeon of Alva.
' J. A McKeene of Hobart.
C If Clay of Hobart.
HEAD END COLLISION.
Results in Death of Five Mon and In-
jury of Sevoral Others.
my Assoolntod Proas.
El Paso Tex. Feb. S. A head end
llsion between two Hock Island
Ight trains early today near Teco-1
llate N. M. resultod In tho doath of
five men unit the Injury ot sevoral
i Tha ilnml-
f. Tnrrannn. N
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I QOnductor Kansas City
'Two unknown mon burlod undor
lAfrrtnnir thn rlnlninmiiBTv InlitrArl a
-... D U...Q. W..W.J ...J...VU .w
E. Hlllburn Torrance N. M.
Thd wreck ocourred at a sharp curvo
on a steep grndo.
STEEL TRUST WINS AGAIN.
Gat Unanimous Decision In Court of
Trenton N. J. Feb. E The court
of errors and appeals today unani-
mously reversed the decision of Vice
Chancellor Emery which enjoined the
t nllod states steel corporation from
converting ?200000000 worth of Its
seven per rent preferred stock into
five por cent second mortgage lmnils.
COLD IN DE3 MOINES.
Des Moines la. Feb. 6. Dos Molnoa
last night was the coldest plnoo In the
I'nltod States "south of Moorehead
inn. the mercury registering Uiree
J3. S. FINDLEY President.
AMERICAN LOAN & TRUST CO.
mmm ! oan and
in S Division
If your hair is turning grsy or Falling out it is
starving. There isn't life enough in the roots. The
remedy is simple : Feed ycur hair. Feed it with
' s .
It will not do impossible things but it often docs
.It always restores color stops falling cures dan-
druff and prevents splitting at the ends. ..:
'My air was three parts gray beore 1 used Ayer's Hair Vigor. Now
tl. . a arav hair to be seen. I
same experience with It." Henry
A Keen critic mice ".ni t i .mngwo-
man about to UokIu t of imlnt-ing-
"Wbeti oti '.( k i . picture do
not sity at tlrsf. --n in oumelf. i like
it1 or kmi like It.' iry to see what
there i 111 it."
Tlir ndi-ii wn Hound and It neetl
not be Ftntcbed thin to cover a much
larger rcala of life than that which
belot'un to art Tbe quick Instinctive
like or dislike which many a woman
conceives In the firxt hour of her no-
ijunirt.inoe with porfon may be .well
founded or it may be .11 founded. If It
junttfioK Itstlf. die niiK nilicM It and
prides herself on her kiiow Udsrc of hu-
ninn nature; If ii proxi fi Im ulu for-
Kt'. all alK)tit it iil im :i w-.ir would
deny tllfit she h.ul i er (1 -ill.ed tbe
pel son or nt bohl i-he wet.M (' lend her
mlstnke by (iotiug " TIs c:if t
to begin with n little uerslon "'
In point of fnet. tbe jwwer or nun-
pending Judgment on book picture
man woman or plan is the mark of n
well trained mind. The Judgments
worth anything are ImumI on something
stronger than "n woman's reason I
think him bo because I think lilm so."
Tho food valuo of n pound of veal Is
little more thn u half thnt ot a pound
of boof. Eggs and lean b'eef have tho
same value In equal weight.
liiKllnrt SlrontOT Thnii (W11I.
A curious story Is told of Darwin nnd
fitinkes. Ho useil to go Into the Lon-
don oe!.'t0"l society's gardens Ho-
gont's )urk and slaudlnj; b)' tho glass
case containing the cobra de eapello.
put his forehend ogulnst the glH while
the cobra struck out ot hlui. The glass
was between them. Darwin's mind was
perfectly convinced as to the inability
of the snake to barm him yet he would
always dodge. Time after time be
tried It his will -ind .e-ji keeping
him there bis instinct milking him
dodge. The Instinct was stronger than
I both will and reason.
Personally conducted wvokly oxenr.
( fij0n cars leave Mnmphls cvory Tua.
day for California via the Choctu
Book Island System and So. Poc. ay.
nnd for Portland Oregon evury
Thuredny via Choctaw Union '
The first passenger train on the new
Osark route reached Muekoioe Tues-
If you want to save money invest in the American
TUhju and Tpt Co. We do a sound conservative
businofis basod on bus'ness principles. You pay
your du&s by the waok and we pay dividends weekly.
Money to Loan on Good Security.
have many trtenas wno nave nad the
Coleman. New York City N. Y.
TODAY'S MARKET A
(By Associated Prena.)
Kansas City Live Stock.
Tattle. G.0O0; steady to Htrons n i
tlve steers. 3fi5$T fit cowh and ticf-
ers l75r-l6 stochers nnd feeder.
8 00T1R0 bulls. 2 75ft 100. vn i
Hogs "ihm.; Htrong: heavy C.SS'2 '-
fi97W. park.-rs. 6 2240;SO imnlftrn.
6 SOfTf fin lli?ht. fiii0t!75 yorkei.
07Oifj'O75. pigs 620C2."i
Sheep Jiioo; strong millions ?. J
(fiul" iamtiH S6()(ffC2r
"Uncle Josh Spruccby."
Dae R Lewis' big production
"I nrle Josh Spruccby" will be pr
sented at the Brooks for ono nlplr
February 8'h. The reduction ' has
been received with much favor a"x
the press of the New England cllit
now being played nro Riving tho piny
and poopls vory flattorlng nollcoa. A
one critic says you got "your nibnoy th
worth." A first class company of act.
lng paoplo. novol spoclnl sccnory" nnd-
moohnnlcal effects now BpccIalUofa and
a splondld orcliQstra ot twolvo solo
ists nro somo of tho foiituroa that go
to mako tho production' tho "big suc-
cess that It Is. Tho Wg parado given
nt noon attracts largo crowds.
There is wit humor paUios philo-
sophy nnd truth to bo found in Hemr
Guy Cnrleton's romantic drama "Tbo
Lion's Mouth" which Li annoimcod fur
Ttiursilny. February 5th nt Brook
theaier with Mr. Charles D. Herman
as the star supported by tho famous
Warde roinpany The piny Is writtei.
in blank verse and the thoughts art
framed In tlie most exquisite and
One of the gems of the dialogue Ik
a soliloquy on death which roads Hum
"What's to die. hut to ascend a stair
Life Love. Loss. Three faltering
From cradle to tho grave; throe steic-
Like little Ured children in the lap
Of our groat mother sloop."
J depot loud and long
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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/m1/5/: accessed May 24, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.