The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 19, Ed. 1, Monday, July 20, 1903 Page: 2 of 8
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Local Happenings of City and Terri-
tory Briefly Told.
Hobflrt's first brick kiln proved to
be ft red hot success and the town now
will be supplied locally with all the
brick It can use.
Fus Fixleo In the Bufaula Journal
"And Tookpafka Micco he say 'Well.
so It's looked Hko Socrotary It's Cock
ed didn't tmoko out nothing but a rab-
bit when It smoked out Claronco Dug
Last Thon Hotgtin he says 'Well.
maybe so this tlmo ho was smoked
out tho fox "
"vVIlllam Ouson of Muskogee has re
turned homo after a trip In Oklahoma
and Is quoted by tho Times as say
ing that as soon as harvest Is over
tho "formors and cattlemen" will hold
a convention to ask President RTioso-
volt to rornovo Socrotary Hitchcock
"whoso arbitrary rulings aro ruining
many of tlwm." Mr. Owon must have
been asleep somewhoro in Indian tor
ritory and dreamed tho farmers of
BEST FOR THE
It yon haTVt regular healthy rnotem.nt of the
twialB anvri. An'i 111 i ..111 St. tT.t.Ma
nwels open and f well. Fores is the shape of
bowels sTorr da roa're IU or will be. Keep yonr
bowels open end be well. Force la the these of
violent phrtle or pill poison te dsncerons. The
emoothett easiest tnoet perfeet jj ot keeping
we irawuie c.er uu ct.an is w irko
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is the place tor bargains in
EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
fleteent V!tble Potent Tette Good 0
Good KeTts8lcken Weaken orOrlpei Iff U
(0 eente per box. Write for free umple and kook I
ijionceaua. Aoarete uj
Sterling Rtmidr Compinj Chletoo or New York.
KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN
WISE AND OTHERWISE.
A woman gains weight mighty fast
when sjio b&s a habit of sitting on li co-
If a man has wits enough to .say
InJco things to a girl about her beaux
I ho Is In a ffcir way to cut them all
Oklahoma camo In contact with Sco out.
rotary Hitchcock about as closely as
they do w'th tha secretary of war or
tho minister to &Iam. Oklahoma has
never hoard of the proposed conven
Thoro's no uso "leaving Kingfisher
I to go to a summer seaside rosort Th
Times describes this creation of a
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C. E. Billingsley Pres. (G. A. Nelson Cashie r $
K. t. tJriggs ss't Cashier.
We a.llow Interest at the rte of 4 pei cent
per annum ffl
Open Daily from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Capital and Svrplus - l $130000 'J
uj Over 6k Million on Deposit m
local real ostate hustler
forbidding office walls
On the qnco
ho can sco
Tho groat trick of marrying wisely
is. not so nuch to pick out tho right
ono as not to pick out tho wrong one.J
A woman's wisdom Is alawys be-
yond her years because however lit
tie thoro Is of it there Is moro than
sho confesses to hor age.
When a man's foot gels tangled up
Let us make an estimate for you.
You will be surprised how cheap
your room can be papered
Phone 7. 204 Harrison Ave. F. B. LILLIE & CO
beautiful tropical landscapes with tho wIth woman's under the tablo and
Local Happenings of City and Ter-I-tory
United Confederate Votarans will
hold their territorial rounlon at Nor-
man Augim 2C and 2G.
Okoono it reported as enjoying
aploadid rroBiiorlty tbJs Hummer. It
is figuring on getting the Orient and
Nearly 10000 bmdiols of wheat wero
marketed in 1 Reno ono day this
week the .test avoraglng sixty to sixty-two
pounds to a-bushel.
Shawnee peoplo aro obliged to got
along with a shortened quantity of ico
lately tho capacity of tho plant thoro
being Impossible to meet the demands
of tho trade.
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Jack Mocks who was arrested on a
charge or complicity in the murder ot
Leonard I.amb near "Washita sovoral
weeks ago. was formerly city marshal
Kiowa countya first crop of whoat
was marketed at Roosevelt the latter
part of last week. It tested sixty-one
and sixty-two poundB to the bushel
and ranked us No. 1.
to the district court. It is ono that
has caused much comment Involving
extensive property to the person who
''jgally conies Into possession of it.
Granite citizens are getting roady
to extend tho welcoming hand to the
Confederate veterans. A minion will
bo held there July 34 and 26. Gener-
al S. J. AVilkins; commander of the
Oklahoma division of tho ox-Confeder-atee
will.aUond and a ntimbor of the
boat orators in tho torrltbry will spoak.
Suporlntendont McGowan ot tho
Ohllocco Indian school Is advertising
for carpenters to work on tho now
building to bo erectod on tho reserva-
tion. Throughout tho- territory tho
roports soom to bo unanimous In say-
ing Uiat there Is a great dearth of
workmen ui this class.
charactorlstios trees and their foliage
common to the Philippine great
reaches of sea with mountains rising
in the distance native huts and their
occupants. On the north side of the
room ho ha.: built on extension porch
revoalod tenoath tho draplngs of a
heavy drop curtain from whloh can
be viewed tho rippling water of tho
ocean. In his loiBuro hours ho has
turned his artiBtlc skill to plsasur-
ablo account building with his brush
and colorings a ttwer ot oriental mag-
nlflconco so Unit by a cast of tho oyo
and a trick of tho mind ho transports
himself in less time than the Pacific
cable can send a mosBAgo from; this
utilitarian country to that Utopia of
tho children of tho Isles tho Philip-
pines. Dron in and see Goorgo in hlB
fairy land and scJl with him In hts
bungalow ever the enchanted waters.
sho gets mad about It you oan mako
hor mad dor by pretending you thought
it was somebody else.
A caso camo to light that for porslst
cat and uumorclful torture has par
haps novor boon oqualod. Joo Golo
blck of Colusa Calif. writes: "For
15 years I endurod Insufferable pain
from Rheumatism and nothing rol!o-
od mo though I tried ovorythlng
known. I camo across Electric Bitters
and It's tho greatest mcdlclno on onrth
for that troublo. A few bottles of it
completely rollovod and cured mo."
Just as good for Liver and KIdnoy
troubles and gonoral debility. Only
50c. Satisfaction guaranteed by P.
B. Llllic and Co.
GUTHRIE THE HUB.
Hnve your Envelopes and Stationery
printed. with this Wheel Map on
At LEADER OFFICE.
OIIAS. POSH I'reililent. 1IATTIB St. POND S-o'y.
Muskogee is booming a plan to pe-
tition congress to remove all restric-
tions In tho sale of Creek lands in
excess of homesteads.
Rooaevelt will apply at ouoe for ' would come back.
What tho Chlnoso cook of Colonel
Rnndlett said whan the cavalcado of
General MHos pasted through Anadar-
ko has not bon recorded in English.
While Jailer Wabb went to get a
I bucket of water. Charles Fisher a
prisoner n the Hobart Jail disappear
ed without leaving word when he
Night Was Her Terror.
"I would cough nearly all night
long." writes Mfrs. Chus. Applegate
of Aloxandila. III. "and could hardly
get any elton. I had consumption
so bad that If I walked a blocK I
would cougt frightfully and spit blood
but when all other medicines failed
throe $1.0.) bottlos of Dr. King's New
Discovery wholly curod mo and I
gained 58 pounds." It's absolutely
guaranteed to euro coughs colds In
grappo b-ciichltls and all throat and
lung troub os. Price 50c and Jl.jfl
Trial bottloE free at F. B. Lilllo ud
Cc's drug store.
the payment of about $1100 due it tor
school purpose. This action is to be J
taken slac the ltfftl order declaring
Roosevelt an Incorporated town was '
The star;- of official trouble at Mus-
kogee go4 badly twisted before it
reached th; full blood Creeks In the
Interior who have bjn Inquiring
lately If Chief Portsr le aottially In
N'inoty allotment filings ths
Federal authorities have experienc-
ed a Utile difficulty with persons who
wars takltv whisky among the Cbey-
enn at ihelr sua dance in Ulalne rcord for any Chickasaw and Cfaoe-
coiiBty. The law is strictly against taw land effioe were made at Tisho-
this act. 'mlngo laai Friday. Governor Stanley
I was so pleased that he enterialusd the
Charles Fisher who iroku bail at clerks at nn tee cream supper.
Hoba-rt the other day has lnce been I
hangiug around the outsidrts of that ' Devine U a new "boosalesS boose"
town. TU day after his getting out In Indian territory but the district
of prison be led a crowd of elUssns a attorney Mr. Wllkins at South Mc-
' Tho Friday fllgh Flvo club passed
a particularly happy afternoon this
weok as the guests of Mrs. A.'M. Do-
triok who entortainod thp club In hon-
or of her guests Mrs. Howolls and
Miss Howells of Paris Mo and Miss
Rhodes of Guthrlo. Iced punoh waa
served during the card playing and
afterwards ices and cakes. Tho prlxos
were hondsomo china plates beauti-
fully decorated and wero won by Mrs.
Van Wlnklo tho first prlio and Mrs.
Hughes the consolation. Mrs. Van
urinal. iL.t.tnii iinAn lia vlulflni
guests ol whom there were quite a
number cutting for her prize and It
fell to tho lot of Mrs. Howells one
of the Uoiifi guests. Miss Hughes of-
fered her prize to the young ladies
and upon u cut It was won by Miss
Margaret Laird. The guests included
other than the honorees Mrs. Cooter
JMrs. Hughes Mrs. all. Mrs. Leepsr
toP Mrs. Jonte Mrs. Upshaw Mrs. Gilpin.
Mrs. Gardner Mrs. Bsird. Mrs. Laird.
Mrs. Van Winkle Mrs. SmsJlwood
Mrs. Peyton. Mrs. Anderson Mrs.
Harris Mrs. Fuller Mrs. Sohlberg.
Granada Miss.; Miss La Rue Cooter
and Miss I.aird. Oklahoman.
They are Working.
The Oklahoma Home Building com-
pany dt it meeting of Uie board of
directors matured three moro con
tracts. 'I Ms company is chartered
under the laws of Oklahoma and
havo always maintained tho'r home
office in Guthrie.
Working Night and Day.
Tho buslost and mlghtost little
thing that ever wasmado la Dr. Kingjs
Now LIfo Pills. Those pills change
woakno38 Into strongth Hatlossnoss.
Into onorgy -brain fag Into mental
power. Thoy'ro wonderful in building
up tho health. Only 25c per box. Sold
by F. D. Llllic and Co.
A boy ontorod a street car and loft
tho door open behind him when an
old mnu sitting near thundered:
"Was you brought up in a barn I shut
tho door!" Tho bpy did as ho was bid
but the tears wero seen to trlcklo
down his chooks. "Thoro thoro nov-
or mind lad; ot course you wasn't
brought up In a bam." "That's Just
it" blubbered tho boy "I was and
every time I seo a jackass it brings it
all bnok to mo." Unidentified.
A boon to travelers. Dr. Fowler's
Extract of Wild Strawherry. Cures
dysentery diarrhoea seasickness nau-
sea. Pleasant to take. Perfectly
GUTHRIE LAUNDRY CO.
Up -town Otllee nt 1'nnl Ni-wmnn'n in-Hr J'otofllre
Arjents Wa.ntcd in Every Town
Fred C. Dolcater. Pres.
A L. Coclcrum. Vice-President.
Wm. S. StlUs Cashier.
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The lank of Commerce
Dlrectoru: A. L. Coctrum. ('. IT-Tbrsipton V.
Wm. 8. Stiles.
C. Dolcater B. S. McGu. -tand
Between St. Louis k'aniae City Memphis. Olrmlneham Paris Fort Wortn
l-ort MnltR wiciuue UKianonui vux
Ani PclaUIn Kluourl. Kaneas Alkaneai Mlaliippi. tonhlana Texas
Oklahoma and Indian Tmiteriee Indiana and Illinois.
lafonnuioD u to toils Krrlce and latee aUo lUuitrtud dnu'ptlre mitttr piomptly furoUhtd upon
eppUcaUontu B.F. DUN"
Div. pass. aatNT
V HUMPHREY 6 HILL
105 W. Oklahoma Ave
Guthrie. O T
lively rha through corn fields
ally gettlup out of their way.
In the probate court at B3 Reno
Carl Oickf ird we declured heir to
the estate ot Mary B. Hortop who
reared him. The ease was appealed
Alaster wll uot permit Its sale hold-
ing that beverages need not be intox-
icating to be prohibited in the na-
tions. Money makes the mare so hut It
does not in the race.
T57 T T Ayer's Hair Vigor has been
JL$lClCK Jti CUT restoring color to gray hair for
fifty years and it never falls
to do this work either. And you can rely upon it
for stopping your hair from falling. xc..r.W.iirfc.
No Pity Shown.
"For years fata was after me con-
Uniiously ' writ F. A. Oulledgo Ver-
bena Ala. l had a terrible case of
Piles causing 84 tumors. Wbea all
failed Duoklen's Arnica Salve cured
me. Equally good for Burns and all
aelies and pains. Only 2Rc at F.
Llllle and Co.'s drug store.
7-ich Mulhall Sued.
John J. Labiv flld En:t in Justice
Carroll's court yesterday agalast Zarh
Mulhall oil an aeeount for $35. The
account it is stated is the price of a
suit of clothes. The caso is set for
trial July 28. St. Louis Republic.
OUR BOOKS and supplies coma
to hand today. Tho books
are more than satisfactory.
Bank ot Geary.
The foregoing is merely one of a
thousand kindly expressions relative
to the printing and supplies turned out
by the Leader's manufactory. Bank
work is a specialty.
The Leader keopB in stock 7ery
form of legal blanks required in Okla
homa. Write for catalogue and prices.
Fine stationery while you wait can be
bad at The Leader Printing House
REMEMBER YOUR EXPERIENCE
Of ltvst winter. Now is the time to buy
your COAL. Any kind you went v
N. F. CHEADLE.
OlHce ami Yards
424 "West Oklahoma Ave.
MEN AND WOMEN.
Hit Big O for onnatoral
Irritations or alterations
of mucous tueratranee.
rnirib ftaUtUa. p.tnleii. and not astrilfr.
iTHEfrUISCHtMlttlCO. cent r rouonucs.
k eiNamns.HBj soit or nmnuw.
or sent in iism tnw
br xirM. prepaid1 lot
Oriulef Stot tt tevoest.
Clraniee aai bw(UJU the halt
PnMiuiUd a 2nxuH.Dt flrmrth.
Tfr Va le w BfStoro Orajr
CutxA tctlu i!1mU4
;i farm Loans insurance ilhstracts
Ouly complete abstracts of title in Lonaa Court.
Vou pay iutereht and principal at our ofllcp.
Oldest at. i largest iusurance agency in Oklahona.
118 West Okla. Ave.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 19, Ed. 1, Monday, July 20, 1903, newspaper, July 20, 1903; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc72106/m1/2/: accessed April 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.