The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 108, Ed. 1, Thursday, April 23, 1903 Page: 2 of 8
TMK LEADER UTHHIE OKLAHOMA THURSDAY APRIL 23 1903.
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"I used to spend 00 cents a day for cigars" said a
GuUirie business man the other day. "Finally I decided
to cut off the habit. A happy thoiiRlit struck me. I went
to the Capitol National Ban It and got a
Every time I felt like smoking I pulled a dime from &
my pocket and dropped it in the bank. That was five M
months ago. Do you know I have quit smoking and have m
$72.00 with interest to show for it at the Capitol National." m
You can open an account in the name of your child. jjj
grand child wife or any relative or friend for that mat- jjj
ter and the bank you receive from us will make an excel-
lent nresent. Anv amount from ?1 up secures a bank. A
jT hlTA L JfeJ A T
C. E. Bilhneslev. Pres
R. S. Briggs Ass't Cashier.
We &.llow Interest at the rsvte of 4 per cent
Open Daily from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Capital! end Surplus - - $130000
Over a. Million on Deposit
Local Happenings of City and Terrl.
tory Briefly Told.
Dr. E. 0. M.Weymau. an years old
of El Rono" says ho onoo saw Napol-
The Santa Fo has finished laying
track from Ripley to Porks and' will
Boon renen Chandler.
Tho examining board of Oklahoma
will mcot In Dr. Cowdrick's offico in
Enid for oxamlnntlon of applicants
for license to practice medlclno and
surgery embalming and mldwlfory
Monday morning April 87. Tho mem-
bers 'of tho board aro: Dr. Hamilton
of Shnwnoo president; Dr. Shnrp gf
Orlando. v!o president; Dr. Cowdrlck
of 2iM (secretary.
Louis Sayvo who wont from South
McAleater to Arizona returned on
tho first train when ho found that
but(cr was ?1 a pound and eggs $1 a
A farmer named Morehoad. near
Ripley will plant 600 acres of cotton
this yonr. Tho crop will be cultivated
by eight negro families.
The people of Hartlesville are pe
tlonliig for. a change of name of their
town They want 't to be called IJou-
dlnot in honor of a famous chief of
The Cherokee summer normal will
bo held at Tahlequah this year. The
normal will open on June IS.
The federal grand Jury has adjourn-
ed al Antlers having found thirty-two
I by Foley's Honey and Tar. It Mops
A thief at I'oncn city stole a 05-foot the racking cough and heals and
tapowurm In a bottle of alcohol from strengthens tho lungs. If taken In
tha offico of Dr. W. Schunok. It Is time It will provent an attack of pnou-
stated that the thief mistook the hot- monla. Refuse substitute. Sold by
Uo of tapeworm for a pickled tripe. J. N. Wallace.
The Enid Commercial club has de-1 The Rev J. A. Forguson. so long
cldod to employ a secretary and pay paator ot tho Metltodltft Bpisoopal
him a salary. A conoerted effort will church In Chandler has been promot-
be made to advertlso tho town and in- ed to hto position of field agont for
duco outside capitalist to invest there Uio Oklahoma conference
MMMmMUi Hill Mil I MM ! II II T"
M r S-. B ft I
G. A. Nelson Cashier.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
G W Landls and w to E L
Brubakor wd pt. n Vn se
V4 SR-IS'-S. . 12.50
E L Brubakor and w to Pat II
Dillon wd pt. n M- so M
Alfred McCInln and w to Jos
Brooks wd Iota 4 to 7 blk.
Logan county to Albert Mo-
Lnin tax d. Iota 4 to 7 blk.
Unltod Stntos to Wm.
Strunk pntout so U 2M0-2
Fred V Halbouor and w to
Donver. B. nnd G. R R
jcd pt. ne M 5-10-2
Joft Watson nnd w to Donvor
E. nnd G. R R wd pt no
14. 5-10-2 150.00
S S Flndloy and w to Brown
CornoliBon. wd. und Vt of
lots 1 to 8. blk. C; lots 1-2-1C17-18-10-SO-21.
blk. 7; lota
1-2-3-4 blk. 5; lots 9-10-11
blk. C; lota 4-5-0 blk. 4;
lots 7 to 12 blk. 11; lots C
to 10 blk. 3; lots 1 to 12
blk. 8; lota 1-2-3. blk. 1; lots
7 to 12. blk. 9; Clifton
Browne CornoIIson and y to
S S Klndley wd. und M Iota
t to 15 and 22-23-24. blk. 7;
lots 12 to in. blk. G; Iota 1-2-3.
blk. 4 ; lots. 1 to 8 blk.
12; lots 1 to i Uk. 8; lots
1.1 to 41. blk. S; lot 4-g-C
blk 1; lots 1 to G blK. 9;
A L Cochnim nd w to Sey-
rnore Wikle. wd lota 1 to
12. blk. 4 Orlando 1800.00
(; Ueeby and w to R. llarr
wd. lot 22. blk. 7. Marshall. 12. SO
Pneumonia Robbed of Its Terrors.
Doctor orders. Druggist sells.
You take. Quickly said.
DECISION MUST STAND.
Attorney 'General Knox
Washington D. C April 21 TIip Oont ml take the raue of back-
department of justice tlaa given out 'acne
the following "The Intimation In aj To be cured you must know tile
dispatch from St. Paul made hy one cause.
of the counsel for the northern m
curltles company that the attorney
general privately expressed himself
as willing to have the decree in the
northern secmlties case modified
temporarily or siispahQed and In-
structed the United States attomo
to the contrary merely for puhllr pf
feet. I utterly without foundation
The attorney genera has consistently
and unalterably held that the decree
enjoins the violation of a penal stat-
ute and that to mitigate or suspend
It In any respect would amount to a
llcenso to continue to violate laws.
The instruction to the United States
attorney reflects upon Its face the
posltlvenesB and earnestness with
which this view will he maintained
before tho court and tho reported!
statement by cwmsel for defendants
Is beyond all the facts and' proprie-
tlOe of the oase."
A Favorite Western Monthly.
Among the magazines on our edi
torial table nono exceeds In original-
ity tho March Sports AfloltU Every
sportsman ovory lover of good read-
ing should see this manly' clean ad-
vocato of outdoor sport. Sturios of ad-
venturo aro common to many publica-
tions: but It Is seldom that eren the
most popular give so true a picture of
nban k clerk's life In the far west as
Charles F. Allen's "Tho' Proving of
DeHcloso" Dellcioso being a bulldog
whose ideas of the handling of bank
robbers will well repay tho reading.
The Roping jf the Big Beef" by Ed
ward C. Hall of Montana is a brilliant
delineation of cowboy life the work
of a man who know tho cat Mo ranges
ns Uie portrait painter knows hie col
ors. .Percy Cuslnng's paper "Sport on
the Groat South Bay" la a good de-
scription of shooting condition In Long
Island's choicest gamelantl; while
Prof. Compton'a "Afoot In the Foot-
hills" will make you want to take a
similar trip Into tho hoalth renewing
ntmosphoro of 'ho Ozark mountains.
Prof. Murch of Koamoy ono of. Ne-
braska's most popular sportsmon
glvos us a capital account of a Wyom-
ing camping trip as woll as "Ye
Fysshe Liar" a humorous poem sung
In tho English of Chaucer. In "Days
In tho Hills" tho Inimitable Will Cavo
of Montana gives a vividly truthful
account of a deer hunting trip into
tho very heart of tho Rocky moun
Tho departments dovo'od to nat-
ural history fish and fishing rlllo and
trap shooting photography our young
sportsmon and tho dog are nil oxcol-
lont and th pictures by Hunt and
Matthews both wostorn artist a en-
hance tho beauty of the magazine's al-
ways Interesting roadlng matter.
"WhJlo the mngnzlno Is far from be-
ing what we want to make It" wrIYes
Editor King "it Is stoadlly gaining
multittidofi of now frlonds whoso es-
teem nnd loyalty wo hope to always
At all nows stands 16 cents a copy;
subscription 11.60 a year. Sports
Aflold Pub. Co. 368 Donroorn SL Chi-
IRRIGATION IN THE
Western Kansas and Southern Okla-
homa Present Conditions.
Washington D. C -April 23. Offi
cials charged with thoVdmlnlstratlon
of the Irrigation law do not have
much confidenco In plans that have
bean much discussed for the irriga-
tion of Oklahoma weiern Kansas
and other regions In the great plp.lns
that are seml-nrld. Mr. V. H. Nevell
of tho geographical survey has Just
returned from a trip through the
southwest. He inspected agricultur-
al conditions In that part of Oklaho-
ma which is near Texas while ex-
amining the Irrigation situation. lis
is of the opllnon that where there is
as good prospects for crops 'as West-
ern Oklahoma affords the people will
nover have the patience to wait for
irrigation. However there will bo a
thorough Investigation made of two or
threo suggested rosorvolrs one of
thom being pear Granite on the north
fork of tho red rlvor.
Thousands of lottere have boon re-
ceived from western Kansas and Ne-
braska. Insisting upon experiments In
artoslnn wells d asp! to tho fact that
great publlolly was glvon to the opin-
ion of tlio secretary of the Interior
that tho law did not contemplate- ex-
periments. For Rent.
Rooms furnished or unfurnished.
Economy grocery 210 . Oklahoma
The Mlstakee Made'by Many Guthfe
It is wior.g
to imagine relief in is
Backache Is kidney ache. .
You must cure tha kidneys.
A Gtlthri rideat toJlji you how
this ert be done.
Mr Sanmpl Truitt stonemason and
bricklayer of !10 W. Mansur avenue
frays- 'Ep)en engaged in my call-
ing r.ulrcs a good sound back.
Whm at every attempt to ttoop you
f?l twinges across the loin and af-
ter a hard dayte work yon can scarce-
ly walk when on the contraction of
the slightest cold the troublo bocomos
aggravated and whSn some of tho at-
tacks wart at their Insight you af
scarcely able to go to work llfo is
not Just as pleasant as tho sufferer
could wish. I was thts vay 7 or 8
years and I believe if I had not gone
to J. tf Wallaco'a drug stora for
.Doan's Kidney Pill" and listed tham
ins directed I would Mill bo subject to
oUhck. At the prosont: timo my
bncfc is in better condition than It has
been for months thanks to Doan'B
For salo by all dealers. Price 50
cants Foster-Mllburn Co. Buffalo
N. Y. solo agents for tho United
Remember tho name Doan's and
take no other.
Curos croup soro throat pulmonary
ltroublw. Monarch over pain of ovory
sort. Dr. Thomas' Eclectrlc Oil.
Are you a deputy United States
Marshal or poaseman? If so you
need a day book. Special printed
forms. For sale by Tho Loador.
Are you a sheriff? You need a day
book. Send to The Loador olftco.
Tho boat b'.ok mado.
The Loader has Just mado up a
fresh supply of Road Overseer's ac-
count books. Theeo books comply
with tho now law In ovory particular.
ToWnHhfp ooolcs" hlariUs and sup-
plies for salo at The Loader office.
Tho Loador has In stock ovory
blank used in Oklahoma; 1.G00 dif-
Scalo book for sale at Tho Loader
Tho local union of Christian Endeav
or societies will glvo a social in the
basement of the Christian church next
Cleaning and Repairing.
Mrs. E. J. Pace removed from 317
West Harrison to 31G- N. Division
street She will be pleased to meet
her lady patrons new and old.
lie Huff Studio
lllgb-cradc Pbotosrapby that Is our line
Unexcelled in the rtty artutlc ind tine
Mntsn raot elegnt style mint correct
Flrst-clas execution in every revpeet.
Special commercial work technical truth
Tills Studlo'-t views and interiors suit
Unsurpassed portraHs-and enlarging true
Done in a manner sure to pleane you
In portrat. ande)Jcturv-(u vlews tbatare
Our work natives no doe the yrlce.
C. A. HUFF. GUTHRIE
Artist and Manager. O. T.
iJ1" 58 ADAMS ST.CHICAGQ
For a flrst class Porter-
house Shortorder or a
quick lunch jfo to the
BLUE BELL CAFE
Makes Kidneys and Bladder night
"Stocks on Instalments"
Batter thnn Saving' Onnfia I
Writo for Proapoctum I
Clark Wallace aCo.
Incorporate. CapUtl. SSSO.OOO.OO.
GO State Street Boston Mass.
VICTOR. C HOUSTON
Insurance. Real Estttttt-
Ageflt for leading fire insurance
Office: Rear Bank of Indian
- LUTHER WG&T
Notary FtiblU and
j ? r
L. O. LyUe. T. R. Brans
LYTLE & EVANS
" Attorneys at Law.
Practioo in all our of the Territory
Dewey Building. Guthrie Okla.
CHAPPELL & MINTONYE
i ' nmB a f
Practice in all courts. Rooms 3 4 C
New Adler Eldg.
Phone C31. Guthrie Okla.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
PranU Hale A O C. Bltrw
DALE & BIERER
Anderson Building Oklahoma ivenns
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office in Adler block south Bide Oil
STRANG & BLACK
Practice in all Courts of the
115 West Okla. Ave. Guthrie.
alo solicit perspective work and
wash drawings from
ST. LOUIS MO.
April 30th to May 2d 4903.
Tickets on sale April 25tn to 30th In-
clusive at low rate.
One first class fare plus $2.00
FOR THE ROUND TRIP.
Good for return until May 4 1903.
FOR TROOPS STATE MILITIA and
BANDS IN UNIFORM 25 people
or more rato of ono cent
per mile will be made.
Further Information will be cheor-
fully given by any Frisco System rep-
resentative or tho undersign
B. F. DUNN
Division Pass. Agent
Gen'l Pass. Agont
SL Louis Mb. ;
Ask the Doctor
Ask him if he has any ob-
jection to our filling' yOui
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
Cor OWol end First
Sullivan will open an all hours 20c
meal house (short order in connec-
tion) In a few days In the old Mer-
chant's cafo. Four lady waiters;
wanted. Inquire 122 N. First street.
1903. 1903. . 1903.
THE' ST. PAUL ART CALENDAR.'
Six Sheets 10x15 Inchon.
Sent by mail on receipt of 26 ceato
In stamps or coin. I
Address: t !
General Passenger Agent
Chicago Milwaukee St. Paul Rall
way Company Chlcajo. Ill i
rrjjAi BJOAtij uoao pjcSoa oidoed etnos
HAND 10UR ttANT
ADS TMTII MONEY
TO A. D. T. MESSEV
6 cwnts per line lirst insertion. 24
8 per line each subsequent iiwfcr-
tn. i Lost "'ity warrant No. 614 for
JlC.flO contingent fund. Finder will
tears at Loadjjr offloo.
f6r SALE A Good main street lot
in Stroud; will sol. for $100. Address
. I O. K. Garber. car0 Loader.
FOR SALE Good second hand bicy.
cltt. Address "W" Leader office.
FOR SALE A second
Call at Leader office.
FOR SALE Eight (8) valuable reci-
Wts for 26 cents. Active persons
can maKe 25 a wook selling there
'eoods. Among the recipes are: "How
to mnko artlncla honvy;- "How to
maKo cider without apples;" "How
to mako maplo syrup;" "How to make
low;" 'How to mako See cream at Z
r. 8a gaiion;- -mow to make eight
1 V.V. VL "" 0 gallon ex
Address Leonard care Leader
HELP WANTED MALE.
WANTED Young mon to learn telcg.
raphy and railway business. W K.
iSkelton Sallna ivas.
WANTED Barber at once. J10 guar
antee must be flrst class youne
man. F. C. Eby HufchlBon Kan.
WANTED To rent a furnlshod hou' r
Apply at. White's jewolry storo
WANTED Experienced dining room
girls at the Elks. I'nder new man-
AVANTED A graduate from Tea-
body college wants a position aa
principal i i a good public school For
recommendations writo to E. N Li-
Uojohn 713 S. Collego street. Nash-
WANTED To know whereebouts of
C. C. Milton formerly of CarmI 111.
Address L. R. Dalaney Wichita Kas
WANTED A good whlto girl for
housa work small fnmlly call 405-
E. Mansur avenuo.
NICELY furnished rooms for rent la
BUlte or single Osage Bidg 119 W.
WANTED Gentle family driving;
horse must bo cheap for cash Ad-
dress L Box 230. Guthrlo.
HOPKINS' LABOR AGENCY. HGfe
N. Broadway Oklahoma City wants
toamstors $30 and board; laborers
11.75 day $4.00 board. In Texas and
Now Mexico on R. I. Amarillo-Tucmn
carl Lino. Contractors D McDon
aid Waro & Son O'Hoam Bros . Jerry
Connolly and Johnson & Duval Freo
fare. Hopkins' Labor Agency
New method free work ernnrt in-
structlons years saved tools present
od diplomas granted. shoi experks?'e-
Saturdays $12.00 weokly when com-
potont. Groat domand. Catalogue
mailed freo. Molor Barber Collie St
WANTED Salesmen western terri-
tory. Road oxporlenco required
Good lino good pay. Nov Et gland
Jewelry Co. Iowa City low i.
A t torneys can have briefs print
in a few hours time.
Proofs Read and Revised.
B T5hc Tl W
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The Gentleman's Resort
The best of Wines Liq-
uors and Cigars
Is. U. k. ossett. rroo.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 108, Ed. 1, Thursday, April 23, 1903, newspaper, April 23, 1903; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc72033/m1/2/ocr/: accessed May 29, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.