The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 80, Ed. 1, Saturday, March 21, 1903 Page: 2 of 8
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TWE CEADCR tUTHRIK OKLAHOMA 6ATURDAY MARCH 21 1803.
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I used to spend 60 cents a dav for cigars." said a
Guthrie business man the other dav. Finally! decided
to cut oft the habit. A happy thought struck me. T went
to the Capitol National Bank and got a
Every time I felt like
mvocket. and dropned it in
months airo. Do you know I
ft $72. 00 with interest to show for
jou can open an uttuuiu in inc uumc ui juui uiuu
I grand child wife or any relative or friend for that mat-
5 tor. ami the bank vou receive from up -w ill make an excel -
m lent present. Any amount from
C E. blllingsley Pres. G. A. Nelson Cashier. $
R. S. Briggs Afst Cashier.
We acllow Interest at the ra.te of 4 per cent ft
per annum $
Open Daily from 9
Capita and Surplus
Over a million
Local Happenings of City and Terr!
A sidewalk building is on at Lawton.
Tho plans for a new school house at
Lawton have been completed.
Chandler is to havo n now opor'i Vlnlta Is to be organized Into a city
hdUBe. of tho Becond class with four munioi-
ilangum has decided to spond ?S0.- (
000 in quenching her thirst by an up- The records n the office of tho tor-
UMlate water works system. rltorlal secretary show that the prom-
iums collected In 1902 by other than
Tho stockholders of tho stock com- life and fire insurance companies
pany which has bean organized to wore: Fraternal; $140183.35; accl-
hulld an electric lino to connect tha dont and health $17332.02; plate
two towns of Shawnee and Tecumseh glass $-1466.04; steam boiler $1.-
hold a mooting In Shawnoo and eloct- 701.87; domestic mutual hail $12.-
ed a board of directors Tho following 822.27; fire $4757.71. Tho losses
gentlemen compose this board: S. P. woro: Fraternal $130007.23; -u-ci-
Larsh W. A. Rugglos Jno. W. Lo'.vU
W. J. Dickereon and A. G. Caldwell
of Todumsoh; H G. Beard. C. J. Ben-
son C. W. Korfoot W. S. Pendleton
and H.-T. Douglas of Shawnee. Thin
company is capitalized at $200000. and
being composed of some o tljo nnt 500 In losses
progressive and substantial men of tho
two towns tho success of the enter- W. J. Watts brigadier general com-
prise is assured. jnandlng tho Chcrokeo brigade of the
Indian territory division of the Confod-
Thls Is the season of the year whftn ente Votarans announces that ho ha.
men whoe days of aspiration for puh
He offlet' ar over congratulate Ujm-
salve that they are not candidates foi
A Blaine c .nty woman bciiowfl her
dajs aic lull of trouble While lead-
ing a cow she slipped 'ell and broke
hr arm for the fo-irth time
The tif Preslwtorlan chiirrh at
hart I now (.in'!ifd
ll is reported that materials for the
electric light plant at Chandler are
on the way and that it wl'.l be com-
plotd in six months. W- 3. Carver
Is the owner of the lraiiobite.
Mrs Alta M oods widow of J. R
Woods who drw the famous olaim
No 1 In the Oklahoma land lottery at
Lawton and Oliver Powers a civil
engineer of San Francisco woro mar-
ried in Lincoln. Kelt yesterday. They
will llv at Lawton
To know all there
will say so too.
airBiiirTnmcimjBiJU ju.. sir aei
smoking I iiulWl a dime from
the bank. That was five
have quit smoking and have
it at the Capitol .National."
81 up secuies a bank.
a. m. to 4 p. m.
- - $130000
on Deposit m
Chlckcnpox has barred the Kiowa
county school house doors to a num-
ber of pupils.
What sort of taste can a man havo
that will leave Oklahoma for a homo
In Death Valley California?
I A militia company Is organizing at
Ardmqrc with sixty-four mombers.
dont and hoalth. $6179.30; plate glons
$1188.-14; steam holler none; domestic
mutual hail $4850.85; lire $558.75.
Tho Modern Woodmen of America did
a business of $6033000; collected
$7805G.15 In promlums and paid. $78-
appolntSrhBa4 officers as follows:
Major. J. u Smith: chief of taff.
Gideon Morgan; tirfgiJe uuumii- Stissj
Trim Morris: maid of honor. Miss j
Leila Morgan. The officers will attend
the rev-iion of the Confederate Vet
erans at New Orleans in May.
Mayor Jones or Oklahoma City this
morning received a telegram offering
his in- position of president of a coin-
Pdiiv with a capital stock of $5000.
ortcauUed for the purpose of construct-
ing an electric railway from Blast St.
I.OMU to Terre Haute Indiana a dis-
tance or 183 miles. It is quite prob-
able he will accept the offer.
Tho grading for Uie A. V. and W.
railway was begun within the corpor-
ate limits of Pawneo lost week a big
foreo of men being set at work. Trains
on Uie new road will be running from
Tulsa by July 1.
Qranite's two gins have turned out
2100 bales of cotton Utte season.
is to know about a
Ayer's. Your doctor
3. a AyirCo..
Local Happening of City and Terri-
tory Briefly Told
Effective Sunday morning. J. M
Stark became principal assistant eng-
ineer of the Rock Island and Choc
taw Oklahoma and Gttir railroads
with headnnartera in Little Rock vice i
V. A. Molltor resigned. M- Molltor
voluntarily resigned about t 0nthagoan'1 nuiaiion.
a chief engineer of Uie ChocUw. after
seven year 8rvic and asKou that
his successor be named as soon as
m..ihi. that ip miM he r tn mr-1
ry out plans which he had formed for '
the future for the physical develop-
Hient of the state of Arkansas. Some
wwlm 1infnrt W. IC. Danehv had rcmim-
ed as chief engineer of the Rock Island
took service with another
In Oklahoma thero remains about
4000000 acres of public lands cor.f.n-
tl principally in Beaver county there
bain; acres of the lands In Hint coun-
ty but suitable only for grating or
That ihere will be a nwb for the
remaindor of t'nelo Sam's lands lu Day
county una spring lm uBni.u.
saya mo rrogrean. niiiiBB uru moo
at Grand overy day and uncultivated
claims aro contested whonovor tho en-
tryman has shown no disposition to
Ibwoine a cltlsen. Those Who now
! have a quarter section In Day county
aro more fortunatr than any who lo-
ated In tho Kiowa and Comanche
country. imiB nieu on in uay up 10 wlll elvo immeiIate rou9f hM tho reg.
this date aro practically all good andular dnlly uge internally will cure the
arc more productive than thoso of the' wnole catarrhal trouble without re-
southwest.. Thero is no doubt about sorting to the inconvenience of a
oil in paying quantities In several 'douche.
places good water Is everywhere. Dr. Bennett stated "that the intern-
New pofltoftice established are: n Ueatment of catarrh by means of
Odell Cherokee nMon. with Pearl i pleasant medicated tablets is rapidly
Upto. as postmaster; Wolf Seminole 'taking the place of douches and local
nation I. T. with Joseph M. York as' applications"- and further says that
postmaster; Geionltno Comanche "probably the best and certainly the
county with Mary B. Callahan as post- safest remedy at present on tho mar-
master ket is tho Stuart's Catarrh Tablets as
no secret is made of their composl-
Tho following potoftlces will he in- 'tlon and all tho -eally efficient catarrh
ternatlinal money ordor offices April romo(lIoa aro concentrated In this tab-
It Lilian territory Bartlosvllle. ' lot."
MInco jWor Creek Tishomingo. Ok- j Druggists sell Stuart's Catarrh Tab-lahonia-'Apnohos
Jonoa Mountain lots at CO cents for full sized package
Park Sayro. At tho same times the and ho will toll you thore Is no safer
offices at Brule Falrmount Storllng moro palatable efficient and convon-
Oklahoma and Okomah I. T. will be-
come domostlc money order offices.
A now church built by the United
Brethren congregation has Just been
finished at Pawnee.
Because of the lack of school room
space 200 pupils at Enid can attend
school only half tlmo. Such a condi-
tion should be romodlod Immediately.
John Linden is running for mayor of
Enid If ho cap work as well for him-
self as ho can for others ho has tho
OIL STILL COMES IN.
Inspectors Do Not Inspect but People
Tho Waters-PIorco Oil company con -
tlnuos to ship oil into Oklahoma re-
gardlosa of tho fact that thore aro no
torrt'i -ial oil inspectors working. The
company states that If It withheld oil
juntll the inspection muddle is UIeJ
" mignt mean an ou tamine in some
thawn. It is believed that so.i
adjustment relative to inspection will
he made in the near future.
"Nnsnl Catarrh quunuyyiems to xrem-
ment by Ely's Orsom Ilftlm which is agree-
ably aromatic. It is xeceivsd through tho
lioinis CJeanaee unit uonta iuo wuoie wir-
f n wl.lal U 1lfTHKBn Hnir TlmcmtflU
sell tho 50o. site; Trial sie by mail 10
oents. Test it and you are surs to continue
To aesotloto UosewiiVan partial
to the use of atouilzers in applying liquids
into too nasal passages lor eatarrftal trou-
bht the proprietors prepare Cream llalui In
into tho nasal passages for catarrhal trHt-
i liquid form which will be known as Ely's
Liquid Cream Balm. Trice including tho
Pri wimiw ti.ft
iprnyingtutiolsvoconis. rugguts or uy
insll. Tho liquid form embodies the med-
icinal properties of tho solid preparation.
Some women with good figures und-
erstand how to dress so that a blind
man would know It.
Even a man who knows cno igh to i
swap horses and get the bcf of it dun t '
alwa know nn i-'li no 'u j. 1 1 mar-
U N n
undejc' u mi.
wh he lotu
Old Fashioned Medlclnet For Catarrh
No Lopcer In Vogue.
For many years past the usual
treatment for catarrh disease was with
looal douches spray inhalers and
liquid medicine composed principally
of alcohol all of which novor eurod
but simply give the temporary relief
A tosn euro can re mauo on.y
Vw tTiA trnnltrittnt WiitnTi ramrtTM i lift i
M i" .. ..... .-. . ...
catarrhal poUmw from the blood.
A new mey which meets tlis re-
nulrements and which so far has bott
mmanlrftlilv mnAOkanO In HMrlnv . '
""" - ""
tarrh Is Stuart s CaUtr-h Tablets.
1 These tablets act n. an the blood
"i mncoM membrane only
i ney can nanny ue cmsceu ai a so- ;
cret patent medicine as they are com-
'postal of such valuable remedies as
'blood root Hydraatln red gum of
Eucalyptus troo nhd similar antisep-
tic combined in tablet form which
ours by ellrnlnaflns from tho blood
and mucous mombrane tho poisons of
Stuart's Catarrh Tablets sre large
pleasant tasting lozenges to bo taken
'Internally allowing them to dissolve
In thn month flirts machine thfi thrnril.
traohea an naay the PtDmnch
If d os I red they may also be dlssolv-
ml In Yvnf&r tintl iififwl ns n Annnha tn
L1dton to tho nternal ugi but
t nt -.-.. to ltao n Annhn.
not at all necossory to uso a douche;
a fow of thorn dissolved in tho mouth
dally will be sufficient. Howevor
wliou thore Is much utopprge of the
no80 a (Uhjc1io matie from tho6P tabicto
lent catarrh cure known to the trade.
After La Grippe What?
Usually a hacking cough and a gen-
eral feeling of weakness often leading
to fatal results aftor the patient is
supposed to have passwl the danger
j point. Foley's Honey and Tar Is guar
anteed to cure the "grippe cough" ond
mako you strong and well. It never
falls to stop a cough if taken In time.
Take no substitutes.
J N. Wallace.
(First published in" tho Dally Leader
March 13. 1908.)
Application for Liquor License.
Torritory of Oklahoma County of
Notice la hereby given that
D. A. Arthur
l-i n n 4llr 1m flirt I I -i 4Tm -i4YIrt rt Virt
County Clork. in and for said County
his petition asking that a licenso be
granted him to sell at retail mallt
spirituous and vinous liquors on
Lot 9 block 2 First ward Langston
City in said County and Territory.
I If no protest bo filed on or before
I March 27th 1903
jh3 petition will be granted and
""Witness my hand and tho seal of
said County hereto affixed this
18th day of March 1903.
N. J. C. Johnson County Clerk.
I LADIES: Uo our narml0"s Rem-
edy for delayed or suppressed Men-
struation; It cannot fall. Trial free.
Paris Chemical Co. Milwaukee Wis.
Eczema No Cure No Pay.
Your druggist will refund your
mna- If Pntn Alntmont fntla t.l nilTH
.MWWWJ .& W...... ..w - - - -
Ringworm Tetter Old Ulcer- and
Sores. Pimples and Blackheads on th
nce. and an skin disuses. 60 cents.
MEMBERS OF CO. A. NOTICE.
All members of Co.
A. Ok. N. O.
Bre oruerwi iu . w. .rr
re nreoy oraereu 10
Armory iw west narnson uvuuuo
over Uio Eacle druc store on Wednea-
day evening "t
I By order of
7:80 tor regular drill
G. E. Ounnlca
Cnpt. Comd'5 Co. A.
Lake Ellison Fishing Club.
AH rnotnhars can get their keys now
by calling on Will Spencer at the
Spencer Hardware Co. Members will
have to have tbeir keys to get Into the
inclosnrc as the gate Is ijjw locked
Makes Kidneys and Bladder night
HAVE HAD THEIR DAY.
Ask the Doctor
Ask him if he has any ob-
jection to our filling yout
prescriptions. If he -has
we would like to know
the reason. If we can't
fill them as cheap and as
good as anybody else we
wont charge you a cent
The Corner Drug-
store Cor. Okla. &nd First
Good 20c Dinner
118 W. Harrison Guthrie.
E. "W. Sullivan Mgr.
DO YOU WANT IT
OH.TION OF ITT
Wo have Itto loan on
City & Rosldonco Property
The Gentleman's Resort
The best of Wines Liq-
uors and Cigars
L. D. Fossett. Prop.
For Cool Drinks
A npat orderly resorf is
We Keep In Stock
Hapstone Rye Saffel
Old Monk and Silver
We accord courteous treatment
Cool Beer on tai. AH brands
of Bottled beer.
Corner Second and( Har-
rison. it .t
Protcclyour Ideas. Consu't
tatlon free Fee dependent
on success. Kst. IMH. Milo U.
Stevens & Co-. M-Htb street
WashinRlon. D O. '
iu ua " 8I" J'1
KANSAS CITY Md
A Reintar Cradaata in Med'cina. Over 30 Yttrl
Practice. 24 Years in Kansas Cltv.
The Oldest ii ntie antf loaoest Located.
Authorised I'Y the State to trect CKROMC.
MKUL'S AM M'ltUL DISLAM
Cures euarsrteea or toonor re f uod
ed. All (scdlUnet rcrnUbed resdi let
ua no nierenrr or inlarlovt mrdt-
Iclses uied. No detention from tuit-
atti. ratients at a dutance treatta
br mall and aiorett. Madlelnativat
tuO. IX ttoless cart oaridnt with order. Chtiri
low. OrtrrS 000 cases cured. Atasodexp'rlencearo
Important. State jrour rate asC send for wrmt. Oon-
sultatloorreeaad coofldenUal personsllyobr mUL
Semlna! Weakness J5J!fflA5S
and Sexual Debility SrSiStiiel
cm stop debt louts restore teznal power. Berts
and brain power enlarge and Strang tnsa wcb iinrte
snd make jou St tor msrrlase. Send (or coolc
Ctrlntura Badlcally cured with anew and
1 j Infallible Home Treatment.
and CleCt lvolnstninientsaoplp. i.
tent Ion from buslnosi Onreipiarantted. Book sod
111. o( qursUoos tree aled.
o..ui.tit BVx. poipTilaz and all prlTsteots
eyplllllS eases permanently cured.
Varicocele Hydrocele and
DUImnolc sVrroaiieaMr cured la a ten dJt
rllimOSla without pala or danger.
Rnnif ?or both sexes M pagcj JT pleturei
uwv" with f i1 deirlpil-inorV)Ted.eaK'
tbi effects snd i -i ent tculealn plain wk.-ik
- u tsruD- - "" k- ouin
forchlliiruni tafe ure. Ho ODlait
See Dare & Co j
iFor Sanitary Plumbing j
And Up to Date
Steam and Hot Water Heating
Estimates Cheerfully Ma.de
g Phone 36
K Kesldeuce pbone 600
AND VOIR WANT
ADS WITH MONEY
5 rants per lino. nrst insertion 2&
ce s per lino each subseuuent lmror-
FOll RBNT A br.rn.
North First street.
Lost-City warrant Mo. ci4 for
$1G.G0 contingent fund. Finder will
Ittawj at Loader office.
FOK SALIt $6000 stock of nice new
dry goods clothing boots and shoes
hats and caps and furnishing goods
located la Caddo county Oklahoma.
Write or call on Herbert D. Crostv
trustoo for creditors AnadarUo Okla-
homa. FOR RENT Storo and room and also
tho baker shop good place for a
grocery tho Empire's old stand. In-
quiro of Jacob Hekor 309 S. Second
FOR SALE a Good main Btrcet lot
in Stroud; will sol. for $100. Addree
O. K. Garbcr caro Leader.
FOR SALE Good Becond hand blcy
cle. Address "W" Leader office.
FOR SALE A second
Call at Leader office.
FOR SALE Eight (8) valuablo reci-
pes for 25 cents. Active persons
can make $25 a week selling thoa-e
goods. Among tho recipes are: "How
to make artificial hoasy;" "How to
mauo ciuer without apples: " "How
to mako maple Byrup;" "How to make-
ic; 'how to make ice cream at 2
cents a gallon;" "How to mako eight
pounds of butter from one gallon of
milk". Address Leonard care Leader
HELP WANTED MALE.
WANTED Young mttn to learn teleg.
raphy and railway business. W. IC
Skolton Sallna Kas.
WANTED Barber at once. $10 guar-
antee must b3 first class young:
man. F. C. Eby Hutchison Kas.
WANTED Roll ablo white girl Tor
genoral housowork; will pay good
wages. Mrs. J. J. Abell COS E. Cleve-
SNAPS 5 lots within 3 blks of
union depot $250. Also 2 lots on
Harrison avenue $800 Phono 47 or
call at 212 W. Okla. ave. J. B. Green
WANTED Whlro gl.) for light house
work in family of two. Call at 318
East Harrison avenue.
WANTED To know wnereabouts or
a C. Milton formerly of Cannl III.
Address u. R. Djlaney" Wichita Kas.
MANAGER WANTED Trustworthy
lady or gentleman to manage busi-
ness In this county and adjoining ter-
ritory for well and favorably known
houso of solid financial standing;
$20.00 straight cash salary and ex-
penses paid each Monday by check
direct from hoadquartors. Expense
monoy advanced; position pprmanent.
Address Thomas Cooper Manager
1030 Caston Bldg. Chicago.
$5.00 PER HUNDRED for addressing
envolopos; sond dime and stamp for
material and Instructions. Steady work
C. E. Mlllor Ely Bldg. Chicago.
LADIES To do piecework at their
homes; we furnish all materials and
pay from $7 to $12 weekly; send
stamped envelope to Royal Co 34
Monroo St Chicago.
LADIES Our Moii'My ngtilainr is
the only one that is harmless and
cannot fail. Uox free Vita Co. Sta a
WANTED Salesmen to sell lubricat-
Ing oil and greases on salary or
! commission. Excellont side line Tho
I A. O. Karnaugh Co Cleveland O
215 E. Ok. Ave.
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