The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 42, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 5, 1903 Page: 6 of 8
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THB LEADER UTHME OKLAHOMA THURSDAY FEBRUARY 6 1903.
Says February Will Be a Month of
Rain Sleet and Snow.
Oklahoma's warm Ja may conn
4n nn tatiniTit rln.f nbmit T!PXt SUTl
ln art-online ' rahr jrophi
ttlck'R prvllriins Ho -'iins up trls
month's weather a IoIIowh j
A Storm pori'iit to wa'ota In frnm
About Sunda ttu- Nth m Thursday th -1
12th Tho day of greatest violetue
Will bo touching the 10th anil llui i
Violent rain may be expected gen. '
ally over southern and central par
of tho country while a furious snow
storm anil bllzaard from the west and
north nred not surprise any reader
The crises of these disturbances iH
coma on and next to Uie 11th T) I
cold wate that wonlil naturally ai
DOar about the 1Mb nu) pnnsibl !
retarded until after the moon s pa-
sago over the celestial equator on
tho 13th Hut those who do hot pre
para for hnrd winter storms and for
a great cold wave and bltsard be
tween tho 9th and 16th of Februar
'Will we fear pay a coRtly penal t
The final culmination of these storit
may not come liefore the 14th ami
16th which ore central reactionary
torm days; hut we caution all e-
peclally thoso who have large live
stock Interests at stake to be on their
gunrd any Umo from the 9th until the
culmination comoa. Don't bo deceiv-
ed by delays and pleasant weathor.
Tho storm period extending from
ihv 19th to 23rd lo discovered by mnny
dlsmrblng factors. Th.s period dur-
ing It opening stages will bring
change to quite warm for tho season
tho bnrometor will fall to unusually
low readings and heavy storms of
rnln. wind and thunder will speedily
bo followed by change to sleet and
bjiow all winding up with stiff wln'ry
gnlea and a cold wave from the north--west
Look for several da - of e-tsp
freezing weathor. after tlu storms t f
this period pass off
(Eezema Itching Humors Plmntew.
Docs your Skin Itch anu Durn? Dis-
tressing Eruptions on tho skin so you
leu ashamed to bo seen In company?
Do Scabs and facales form on the
bKln Hair or Scalp? Have you Ec-
zema? Skin Sore and Urackod? Rash
form on the Skip? Prickly Pain In tho
&kln? Swollen Joints? Falling Hair?
All Run1 Down? Skin Pale? Old Sores?
Eating Sores? Ulcers? To cure to
tay cured take B. B B. (Botanic
lilood Balm) which makes tho blood
pure and rich then tho sores will
heal and tho Itching of eczema stop
forever the skin become clear and the
lilood pure. B B. 3 sold at drug
stores $1. Trial treatment sent free
.and prepaid by writing to BLOOD
liALM CO. Atlanta Ga. Doscrlbe
your trouble and Tree medical advice
Siven. Over 3000 testimonials ot
(Cures by B. B. B.
Mr. Frederick Warde the great tra-
gedian when tho announcement was
ttsado to hiro that Mr. Charles D. Hor-
man would become n star this season
cmlcr his son's management said: "I
heartily congratulate Mr. Herman up-
on his prospects and wish him tho
SSTeatost success I know of no actor
bo well equipped or so much entitled
to become n successful star. Ho has
served a long apprenticeship as load-
ing man with Madame Modjoska
ILouls James and myself and has won
sill our admiration for his ability his
Sincerity and unfailing oarnostnoss In
Wb prorossSonal career."
Such words coming from a man of
'.Frederick Wardo's position In tho
world are Invaluable for ho Is acknowl-
edged to bo ona of tho most thorough
and efficient students of tho drama in
Mr. lTormim carries complete scenic
productions of all his plays and has
tho advnntago of one of tho groatost
supporting companies ovor organized
tor Uio classic drama
Mr. Herman and tho Ward company
fill appear bore on Thursday Feb- 5th
At tbo Brooks' theater in Honry Guy
Carlolon's romantic drama "Tho
Pneumonia and La Grippe
Coughs cured i"icklr by Foley's
Honey and Tar lUsfuru fubatitutaa.
J N. Wallace
A Guthrie man has a daughter who
je handsome- and ho is in constant
fear that she will noln a theatrical
troupo uaya the Shawnoo llornld. And
tho girl Is looking forward to the dny
Vrhen sho fa to marry a hardware
A'.aegteFted cough or cold may lead
vo sorioufl bronchial lung troubles.
Don't tako chances when Foley's
Honoy and Tar affords perfect secur-
ity from serioptl effects of a cold.
JU N. W'aUMO.
m DYSPEPSIA CURE
Under all curable conditions
Mr. D. Kauble of Mrs. W. W. Lay-
Nevada O was ler of Htlllard
cured by Kodol
Pa was cured
trouble whi' h
D sjx-psla by
the use ot
For sale by J N Wallace.
He Demnnilpil Protection.
Senator Van Wyck of Nebraska hi
speaking had n peculiar stylo of deliv-
ery nml ns ho "wormed to his subject It
was his habit to move restlessly from
one side of the chamber to tho other
continually talking. lie talked so Jani
that he often "spluttered" and sena-
tors were careful to keep out of ranso
of the moisture he hissed though bis
closely set teeth.
Mr. Ingnlls nud Mr. Spooncr once sat
directly In front of "iir. Punch" ns
Senator Van Wyck wus often called
because of his resemblance to that not-
ed character when he was delivering
an impassioned utterance and nn atom
of spray rested upon the hand of the
He adjusted his spectacles carefully
Inspected his soiled hand and deliber-
ately signaled for one of the paes to
come to him. Then In one of his fa-
mous whispers which penetrated tho
entire chamber lngalls said:
"Boy bring an umbrella for Senator
Spooncr and a rubber overcoat for me"
The Incident provoked general lait.jh-
trr. but It did not Interfere with Van
Wyck's speech. He simply shifted his
position so as lo get beyond range of
his always faultlessly dressed nnd sar-
castic colleague. Washington Post.
It is truly surprising what erroneous
Ideas are entertained by tho general
public concerning the true meaning of
many tortus In general use. A ftrlUIng
ornmplo of this Is the word "torno" as
applied to tin plote Usually It Is un-
derstood that this word is derived from
the French one meaning "dull." This
Is totally 'ncorrect. Ternc pinto is a
shoot or plate of Iron and steel covered
with an alloy of tin and lead In tho pro-
portion of two-thirds lend and one-third
tin. It Is this union of the threo met-
als Iron load and tin that gave rise
to the word terno plate terne being nn
equivalent to the Lugllsh terne mean-
ing "threefold." Tho origin of the er-
roneous definition of this term was tho
fact that because of tho largo percent-
age of lend used In coating tome plates
it is duller in hue than tho ordinary tin
plate which is frequently designated!
"bright plato" in contradistinction to
The Fire Coil's IVrnth.
A curious story comes to us from tho
suburbs. A resident In tho near neigh-
borhood of London has a museum In
bis house In which the principal curi-
osity Is a tire god which has been wor-
shiped for many centuries In an Indian
temple. Once when tho owner of the
hoiiBo took n party of people to look at
the museum ho proposed in fun that
they should all kotow to tho Imago.
This thoy all laughingly consented to
do all except two ladjos who declared
It was wicked. Tho Are god wns re-
vonged within two mouths. Ono of tho
ladles hud her bouse burned to tho
ground the week after nnd the othor
ono on a later duto fell backward into
the lire nnd sustained some terrible
burns. We give the talo without com-
ment London Chronicle.
Morltz Gottlieb Saphlr. n Journalist
and one- of tue wittiest men of tho Jew-
ish race in Germany ouce criticised
King Ludwlg'8 verses so sharply that
ho was ordered says Household NYordg
to quit Munich within twanty-four
Tho court chamberlain wntted upon
the Journullst with tho king's com-
mand and having delivered It. consul-
. orately askt-d:
"Do you think that you can get away
Iu that timer'
! "Yes. I think so" Saphlr sold "hut If
mv own Iocs can't take me nukk
i enough I'll borrow some of tho supor-
tluous feet In his majesty's lust volume
i Lenox Soap Is for sale by all gro-
cers; tho best ooap'inade.
9 Dleti Whit Too tt
Local Happenings of City and TirrI
tory Briefly Tofd.
A new ward it. to be create!
The National Hank of IfohhMlll-
(ioriaretl a 20 per cent dividend
other day and In addition pamM $.
"." over lo the surplus aocount tl
on $25000 capital.
Lawton Is in tho midst of r!
s -rvlces this weok. N
There are sixty-two candidal fc
the city oftlcos at Lawton anu r
port says that the town ha gone mad
ver the spring election
J2O.O00 worth of lots were sold a
Morrison the nst three days of tho
Chnndler has begun a campaign
against the gambling houses In that
Grading has commenced nt Gushing
for the Katy fill at the trestlo across
the Santn. Fe tracks. It will require
a large amount of grading.
Stillwater Is entertaining
nlng factory proposition.
As n result of a recont rovlvnl at
Porry there has been over eighty con-
versions nnd flfty have jofhod ono of
J. B. Groono of Guthrlo a member
of a law firm thoro Is in the olty to
day. Porry Itopublloan. !
Tho first passenger train on the new
Osark routo reached Muslrogeo Tues-
day. Tho secretary of the interior has
been naked to appropriate $50000 for
two now school buildings nt Lawton.
The chlof of police of Lawton has
boon presented with a handsomo gold
medal by the citizens of that town as
a mark of esteem for his merited
ervlces to tho Comanche county ca
Mr. E..O. McCracken of Guthrlo. iu
hero to visit several day's with frionda.
Two of lsabolla'8 Citizens engaged
In a war of words Tuesday and as a
result one of tho participants is now
under thp physician's care.
Eldorado Is in need of a commercial
An effort Is being made to locate a
largo colony of Boors In Oklahoma.
An ngont roprosonting tho Boors has
boon in tho torrltory for sevornl days
looking up a suitable location.
Hon J. V. Scothorn of Gutnrle Is
In attendance upou the court. Perry
H. It. Thursston of Guthrlo is hore
looking after legal business. Perry
Republican. -- -
Mr. and Mrs. Newman of Guthrlo
wore tho guefats of thoir daughter
Mrs. J. C. Dulanoy over Sunday royl
turning nomo inis morning. irry
Entorprlso-Tlmos. -- 7S
I Anathjrko-is-anxlous tb gj5t'"tho M.
nCT-muI f. to build ailne'irom Okla
homa City to Anadarkp.
Ira Longakor. who for tho past year
has boon tho Aram.L'aa City agont of
the Wolls-Fargo Express company
has bean transferred to Guthrie ns
agont. His olaoc will bo taken by E
E. Kirk who has boon the canht .- at
Oklahoma City. During his stay here
Mr. Longakeand his osUnmbH wife
have made a host of friends who re
gret to soo them loavo but who are
glad he is to havo a bettor position.
Arkansas City Travelor.
CASTOR I A
Por Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Signature of 6u!Z7&h&
A cheap and comfortable way to
travel is in thV3 personally conducted
weekly oxcuralon tomht cars to tho
Pacific coast. Through from Mem-
phis without change via "Rock Island
System" Choctaw Oklahoma ana
Gulf R. R. and So. P&c. Route and
Union Pacific Route.
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RAILROAD TIME TABLES
MSrf 9 Oa Kan Cllv
0 30a1 iwp
MMH fittOl) Wichita
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IS2plllJUti 3 4I
II l&a'lOWiH ty
u waiiuiop' untur e
IV ivjr T MS
10 Ma Sn
Oolo. S RS
Guthrie A Western.
.. .Herp. .
Choctaw Oklahoma A Gulf.
7 40 6 1
Aro oporatod by the
North and East
North and West
North and East
Observation cafe cars under the
I management of Fred Harvey. Equip
ment of the latest and best design.
Leaves Oklahoma City .... 6:30 p.m.
Arrives Kansas City 7:30 a.m.
Arrives SL Louis 11:30 a.in.
Arrives Memphis 6:00 p.m.
' (St. Louis Express.)
Leaves tit. Louis 2:30 p.m.
Arrives St. Louis 7:15 n.m
Leaves Kansas City 7:li pm
Arrives Oklahoma 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 Pullmaa Palace
sleepers between Oklahoma City Kan-
sas City St Louis and Memphis. For
rates and other Information call on
noarost Frisco System Agent or ad-
dress the undersigned
Q. F. Dunn
Division Passenger Agent
OUTDOOR SPORTS CALIFORNIA
May ho Indulged In tho yoar round
golf tsnnls automoblllng sail-
ing kodaking fishing.
No cold weather.
Take the luxurious California
Limited Chicago to Los Angeles
nnd San Francisco. You will en-
Joy tho dining car service.
Why freezo at homo?
The California tour described In
Address General Passenger Of-
fice Atchison Topeka and Santa Fe
A. J. Corkfns
r "te townsite like the name it One of Uie most beauti-
ful u Southern Oklahoma in the Southwestern tmrt of
Pottawatomie County O. T.
Railway (Santa Fe System.
It is located in a good rich farming count
the South Canadian river. Thousands of acr
rich farming country surround this new town
ty-four miles east of Purcell tiie County Seat
is no oilier town between the new town and the points
mentioned. Trade that built up the other larjre towns
surrounding this new one came from this territory.
There is nothing new we can s'ay about this town ex-
cept it ir not a junction nor is there a new railroad within
twenty miles to keep up its territory. That part of the
w lerritory has been in want
gj mense crops that it now
g anu cattle and it has been suffering for a railr'oad to open g
up and develop its immense potato industry -which must 1
6 have a railroad close to a railroad point to facilitate the g
moving of the immense crop.
It may be an old story to a Pottawatomie county man $
that they raise more and better potatoes in Pottawatomie $
county than any state or territory in the southwest. This $
g land is particularly
S a warm or southern
$ plant and by mulching the
Tiiey raise two crops of potatoes the first is marketed g
about June. They assort out and keep the smaller stock
and let it dry in the shade a few davs and immediitelv $
g own use for winter. J
The management have surveyed and platted a large j
townsite and have arranged to open it on g
I Tuesday February 3 1903.
g The sale will take place on the townsite aud an office 4
$ will be opened one week preceding the sale of the town- $
tj site. Parties will be iu charge to show ou the townsite $
6 and explain to you the manner and terms of sale. t$
EASTERN OKLAHOMA TOWNSITE CO.
I U. C. GUSS Secretary.
"A Wl&e Woman."
Manager Fred Conrad sayB that "A
Wise Woman" is tho funniest and
most successful farco ho has ever
handled and this moans that Brooks'
theater where tho play is to bo given
next Saturady Fob. 7th. is to havo an-
other attraction as successful as
"Other People's Money" which ho
handled for a term of years. Wilfred
Clarke wroto it and it had a run of
23S nights at tho Strand thoator in
In Bed Four Weeks With La Grippe.
We have received tho following let-
ter from Mr. Roy Kemp of Angola
Ind. "1 was In bod four weeks with
la grlppo and I tried mnny romodlos
nnd spent consldorablo for treatment
with physicians but I rocoivod no re-
lief until I tried Foley's Honoy and
Tar. Twp small bottles of this medi-
cine cured me and now I uso it ex-
clusively In my family." Toko no sub-
stitutes. J. N. Wallace.
Tho Woods county editorial asso-
ciation will meet on Fobruary 16 at
IT IS REAL COSY
That Is what ladles say of
The California Limited.
Private compartmontrf amplo
dressing rooms nnd observation
parlor all daintily furnishad.
Perfect dining car meals.
Why stay at homo?
Tho California tour described
Addross General Passongor Office
Atchison Topoka & Santa Fe
A. J. Corklns
"Stocks on Instalments"
Can't Lomo I
Better than Saving Bank I
Wrlto for Prompoctu I
Clark Wallace & Co.
Incorporated. Capital $200000 OO.
OO State Street Boston Mass.
WHY NOT RENT A SAFETY DE.
POSIT BOX IN A MODERN STEEL
VAULT AND FEEL THAT YOUR
VALUABLES ARE SECURE? ROM
1 TO 3 PER YEAR PAY8 FOR ONE
ACCORDING TO SIZE SEE THE
CAPITOL NATIONAL-HANK ABOUT
IT.; . "!
on the Eastern Oklahoma
y north of
s of good
It is t wetl-
of a ra'lroad to move the
produces of corn cotton.
to tne raising of potatoes in
ground rtfise a crop for their S
W. H. COYLE President.
CO. A.'8 DRILL NIGHT.
AH members of Co. A Ok. N. G.
aro hereby ordered to meet at their
Armorn 109 West Harrison avenua
over the Eagle drug store on Wednes.
day evening at 7:30 for regular drill.
G. E. Dunnlca
CapL Comd'g Co. A.
Tho many fridnds of G. II. Hausai
onglnoor L. E. and W. R. R. at pres-
ont living in Lima O. will bo pleased
to know of his recovery from throat-
onod kldnoy disoase. He writes- 'T
was curod by using Foley's Kidney
Cure which 1 recommend to nil es
pecially trainmont who aro usuallv
J N. Wallace.
Tho Watonga Commercial
after the El Reno and Now
THB CAPITOL NA-
TIONAL BANK. OF
MA. OFFERS TO DE-
BUSINESS AND RE-
(First published In Daily Leader
Fobruary 2 1903.)
In tho District Court of Logan County
Tho aboved named defendant Js
hereby notified that he has been sued
by tho plaintiff horoin baforo named in
tho district court of Logan county.
Oklahoma territory and that ho must
answer tho petition therein filed by
said plaintiff on or before thd 23rd day
of Fobrnuary. 1903 or said petition
will bo taken as trup and Judgment
awarded plaintiff granting her a .11-
vorco from said defendant
Thomas 3. Jones
Attorney fov Plaintiff.
T. A. NEAL
Clerk District Court
By Anna Qutnn Deputy. -
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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/m1/6/: accessed May 24, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.