The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 108, Ed. 1, Thursday, April 23, 1903 Page: 6 of 8
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THI CEAMR UTHRIK BKCAHOfdA THURSDAY APRIL 23 1903.
MAGILL TELLS THEM.
Iowa Man In Oklahoma Writes In
The Herald of Spini JaKt Iowa
In It a iswe of April 17 prints Ue ft
Jowlng lt'Uer from W O Mogtlt i
GulJirlO. OKla Apr'l 10 100"!
Spirit LaKo Herald
I will take the oppoitunltv of ans
wcrMg tho many questions of niy
Xnonds anil neighbors In Iowa Okla-
homa Is certainly a wonderful place
especially for a man with a limited
amount of capital.
The rllmato Is vory mild In winter
md possibly tho summer beat Is no
more oppressive than In Iowa The
"days aro ery varm but tho nights
arft always cool anil pleasant
About tho same class of cropB are
grown hero as In Iowa and in addition
to these thero arn man) kinds of
vroos that aro raised In the extreme
south that do oxeopUonally well here
Regarding fruits of all ldnd this
-section has no superior in arlet
Tjiahty and quantity
Guthrio. tho capital of Oklahoma is
3eas than fourteen years old haB &
population of 18.000 and Is a eity Jhat
would bo a credit to npy old settled
"country At this tlmo there aro four
railroads running Into Outhrle and
six now lines building that will be
completed within tho noxt 90 days
"This certainly will mnko Guthrie a
:great ralroad center.
Tho pros ts of tho different crops
could not bo bettor any where than
they aro hero at tho present time
The prospects aro oxceodlngl prom-
ising for all kinds of fruit
I havo opened an Angora goat
.ram h having pun hosed a fine lot of
-iboroughbrod and graded animals I
bt if o this wilt provfe bn exception
allv jrood eoun'ry for this cla" of
latl itry the winters are so mild that
tit' will need almost n' shelter
I am convinced that tlilH is an ex-
ceodingly healthy part of the country
My health is bettor than for many
Hoping by this to answer many
questions ot Interest to my many
Irlcnds. I remain
Vory respectfully yours
W. O. Maglll.
In tha sky cornea
tho star of health
to the weak and
does for the stom
ach that which It
U unable to do (or
Itself even If but
supplies tho natural
Juices of digestion and
does the work of tho
stomach relaxing the
rervous tension while
the Inflamed muscles
and membranes of that
organ are allowed to
rest and heal. It cures
palpitation of the heart
nervous dyspepsia and
all stomach troubles by
cleansing purifying and
strengthening the glands
membranes of the stom
ach and digestive organs.
Tor Dealer Cta Supplj Tu.
Bottles cotr. St 00 Ska holding ) times
the trial size which sells (or SO-
rreetred y E. C. DtVITT C0 COICA0O.
$ 7s c c ;r .
75 r 5
1 n s s
.' S3 "3 "
n f1 s
- 2. o.
a S re
J N Wallace.
r'olOy's Honey anil Tar contains no
"oplatos and will not constlpato Uko
nearly all other cough medicine. Re-
fuse substitutes. Sold by V SJnWal
Delegate McGuIre to a Sanitarium.
Pawnee. OKia April 23 Delegate
B S McGuIro went to Kansas City
today to otitor a sanitarium to be
tn.ated for rhotimatlsm He was to
liavrt spoken at tho Republican club
banquet at Oklahoma City last night
oa The Future of the Republican
Party In Oklahoma" A brief letter
toy him on this subject was read at the
(First published in tnj Dally Leadei
April 11 1003.
Application For Liquor License.
Territory of Oklahoma County of
: igan ss.
Notice Is hereby gvien that
Harmon E Arnett
has this day Died in the office of the
County Clerk In and for said County
tboh pstlrlon asking that a license be
granted him to Sftll at retail malt
spirituous and vinous liquors on
Lot 1. block 30. Fourth ward City
ot Guthrie In said Couuty and Ter
If ho protest bo filed on or before
April 24 1903
his petition will bo. granted and
Witness ny hand and the seal ot
said county hereto affixed this
10th day of April 1903.
N. J. C. Johnson County Clerk.
Foley's KIdnoy Curo if taken In time
Affords security from all kidney and
'bladder diseases. Sold by J. N. Wallace
Govornor Ferguson today appointed
tho following as honorary commis-
sioners to tho St. Louis oxposltlou:
Walter J Finch of El Itono for
R J Morgan of Norman for Cleve-
William Iteeco of Anndarko for
WHY NOT RENT A 8AFETY DE.
POOIT BOX IN A MODERN STEEL
VAULT AND FEEL THAT YOUR
"VALUABLES ARE SECURE: FROM
1 TO ff3 PER YEAR PAYS FOR ONE
ACCORDING TO SIZE. 8EE THE
'CAPITOL NATIONAL BANK ABOUT
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(First published In the Dally Leader
April 15. 1903)
Application for Liquor License.
Territory of Oklahoma. County of
Logan sa. "
Notlco Is hereby given that
Henry M. Neumann
has this day fllod In the office of the
County Clerk In and for said County
his petition asking that a license be
granted him to sell at retail malt
spirituous and vinous liquors en
Lot 4 block 55 In the Fifth ward
City of Guthrie in said County and
If no pootest be filed on or bofore
April 33 100
tho petition will be granted and
Witness my hand and the seal of
said County hereto affixed this
14th day of April 1903.
N. J C. Johnson County Clerk.
(Iirst published in Daily Leader
k April 11 1903.
Application for Liquor License. .
Territory of Oklahoma County of
Nottctj Is hereby given that
has this day filed In the office of the
County Clerk in und for said County
his petition asking that a lloonso bo
granted kfcn to sell at rotnll malt
spirituous and vinous liquors on
Lot 13 block 7 in village of Iconlum
South Cimarron township tn said
County and Territory.
It no protoat bo filed on or before
S6th day April. 1908
his petltloa will be granted and 1L
Witness mi hand and the sea! ot
said county hereto affixed thU
lltli day of April. 1903
N. J. C. Jonnson County Clerk
most fatal of all dIs-5
MI EVJG KIDNEY CINE lit
J. FRANK LAUX
It you want .ur .twtracU propel
ly compiled jruiir lnturauce w mteu
ati to cover your property or want
deAd r mtKiF( written to iota
11 y wl'U the t ttulcs.
Sea Me. Tel. 276
"or money refunded. Contain Z t
meuic; rcwJKiuAtu uy tnu-
ent physicians as the best Sot
&klrtey. and Bladder troubles.
PWCH 50c tod JI.0O.
Oures Coldsi PravenU Pnsumoala
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I Repository 213 E. Oklahoma Ave.
J. B Gresew
C. I. G
R. Pavnk uenerttl Counsel
Something: Doing 3
There Is something in the way we flo business fa
that makes them come. Onr business is in- fa
creasing daily and why? Because we give fa
tllPtn irnriflti thnr fnr CIX1 A I.ITV nti.1 !.' C
PRICES we knock out all competition.
When we sell a bill of goods we cithtr please
our patron or displease him. Jf we please
him he tells others. If we displease him he
does the same. SOMETHING DOING Is
evidence that we please them all. They are
fast learning that when .hey buy goods here
they buy them right. Buying in large quan
tities means buying right. Buying right
means selling right. Thtxfs Just Whoa
We do. "We are eternally saving the peo-
pl money." Come. You are entitled to the
benefit just as well as anybody.
Sdnev W. Schmidt. 9
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gjj Phone 700. 210 East Oklahoma Avenue.
Loan Real Fstate Renting & Investment Co.
Opposite Postoffce. Beadles Block
In New Quarters. 1
MK UK UK .1
.w- - -.aww-0w- wm
A Best appointed brr in the city. Corner Second
g lahoma. Finest brands of Domestic and import
51 lcies wines anu Urandies. tJhoice line of Cigars
W. T. WALKER
Loans Rentals Insurance
w.y .yj wM-ssis
W'EAM BOILER and
Insurance in Leading Companies
lit tWUOllilioai Ate 1 f ji "V 1 t
Km itt Bee Blr Sterc 1'IIONK 810 VjULiirie OKla
h&wMMsmsmm fr '
$ s'iT4 Sr! fte .Wm$f&& ?- " 1 oa 0
iif afflBrBTrmliirTTii i ii i' ' ilKMlSJlxr " . " irMTmi nvnii lfnllf nl
DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE
Free Reclining Chair Cars on all Trains
Pullman Buffet Drawing Room Sleeping
Cars Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars
between MEMPHIS and the
(! PACIFIC COAST
J. 8. McNALLY D. P. A. GEO. H. LEE Q. P. A.
Oklahoma City O T. Llttlo Rook Ark.
you will' pay a visit to th
Carriage and Wagon Works
3f2 S. Divisiou St
We will show you hew -we
tiuhtfin Innso wrarrnn nnrl hiinirv
ures wituoui cutting welding ana lieatlup tnem thus -presfuv
-ing the v;ood-work from injury--a wondt' Ul invention which
cost a large sum oflhoney in order to be up-to-date. Our shop
lias the Only Henderson Tire Setter in this section pi the
United States. We also have tbe very latest Goodyear Rutbrr
Tire Machine. We put first quality rubber tiies on anv wheel
that rolls buggy or wagon. New vehicles made to order. Re-
pairing painting and trimming our specialty. You are invited
to visit our factory the best equipped In the Southwest.
First class Horseshoing SCHICKRAM C&. WICKMAM
The Best in the Way of
Wines Liquors Cigars
Culmbacher remains a strong favorite.
Co. Division and Harrison. M. WEINBERGER
Breakfast Bell Coffee
Is second to none
1 lb can
2 lb can
A good Java and Mocha Coffee.
For Sale o.t
thr rank nrcnrFrcv
. .M. M. - r A -. . X- . . mS Vrf1 JU- . A. -
llbcartcon 20c g
d. B- FAIRFIELD
I ' Phone' 20. Office and Yards 407409 W. Harrison
N. F. CHEADLE
Whuiesale and retail dealer
'nail kinds t
Weir City. McAlester Canon City i Arkansas Anthra-
cite kept in stock.
Terms Strictly Cash.
Piompt delivery and best of service at all times.
Oilice and yards 424 Oklahova ave. Phone 6 Jj
West Side Meat & Produce Market
Phone 25. 715 West Noble Ave.
Our prices for this week.
Chuck steak 7Jc Round steak 10c Sirloin steak lie
Porter house 12c Plate and rib boiling beef . 5c
Dressed liens llr Good roast of beet . 8c
We meJce a'specieJty of LvincheonMeats.
FRANK DALE President. -s J It COTTINOHAM. Vi. Pteildent.
t J. W 1'BHRV ( l te'laeot
Guthrie National Bank
Capital $1WW - Surplus $ie0H
'iinEOl'OltS.l'rapk Dle A. J. Sey A p C Brr J W. Perry. OUa
H FllMin.j R CoUlnKbamk A.H. Bdwirdsor St Loiii i' H TJiwlag ami
R oert Sohlberg
HOHURT BOHLllEHG. CnUUr C. II. riLSON Ant. Culiltt
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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/m1/6/: accessed May 21, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.