The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 23, Ed. 1, Friday, July 24, 1903 Page: 2 of 8
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FRIDAY JULY 24 1903.
l ! ANDREW J
I CARNEGIE I
I Started His Fortune of !;
I $5000000000 j
1 I; On a salary of $3.00 per week ' n
i '-. I; and with a little savings .bank ;! . u
m ' ; similar to the one shown here ;I j
5 ;! Why can vou not do the same? '; i
m We can help youl !;
ri " T TIMIl T-l
$ -.. ej. uiningsiey jltch.
" K. t . tfriggs
m Wo cJIow Interest at
m per annum jg
I Open Daily from
ffl CaoltoJ a.nd Sirolis
jOver a. Million
OSAGE RESERVATION CATTLE.
Ourlng Thu Month and August There
Will be Exodus of Texas
During July and August will take
place tho exodus o Taxis and other
southorn. cuttlo from tho Osage Indian
resorvfttSo s. whoro thoy woro placed
on pasture In Uio spring.
Tho cattle aro reported In oxcoUant
condition and wllljjbo remqvpiTto
northern markets as fast as-train fa-
clllUoa will allow. Thoro aro 400000
head to bo removed.
Repulsive Features. "
Blackheads pimples groaoy faces
Ad muddy complexions which are so
utmnon umonjj womon ospoclally
girls at a certain ago destroying beau-
ty dlsflgurlng and making repulslvo
Jcaturoa which would othorwlso ap-
pear attractive and rollnod lndlcato
that tho liver la out of order. An oc-
casional doso of Herblno will cloanse
tho bowels regulate tho liver and so
establish a. clear healthy complexion.
BOe U P. B. LUllo and Co.
Masons Change Date.
Tho Munons held a meeting at Uio
Masonic mil loot night and decided on
a ehango 01 dato for tholr consistory
meeting. 'I ho original date was Oc-
tober C 7 and 8. The data now set Is
September 80 30 and October 1. Uni-
ted States Congressman Richardson of
Tennosse will be here for the oc-
casion. CRIMES ESCHEWS
Besides l.-c no Desire to Introduce
The .report has bew current for
sovoral wek that Territorial Secre-
tary Qrinie Intends resigning his po-
sition. When aBked today regarding
that matter he said: 'My term of
offlae expires on January IS 1900 and
so far as present intentions are con-
cerned un'ssa death overtake me I
will complc to my term at least."
It Is understood that there are sev-
eral politicians who would like to have
Mr. Grlmo resign in order that one
of them might step Ito his official
shoe. His statement today dooms
them to disappointment
A wheelman's tool tug Isn't com-
plete without s botU of Dr. Thomas'
Eclectrlc Oil. Heals cuts bruises
etlngs. sprains Monarch over pain.
in ' i ' '
8eo our high grade dtlvlnp wagons
cleverstylos for clever people J. A
Lyon corner Division and Oklahoma
.-. . .-. . . Ifl
ij. a. JNeison uasme r w
the ra.te of 4 pei cent jjj
9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
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O OKLAHOMA NEW8. O
Special to Dally Lender.
Lawton Okla. July 24 Tw& wagon
loads jof ore known as tale MoWhaul-
od Into the city Wodnosday from tho
Meers mining camp to be ehlppod to
Denver. This ore abounds la consid-
erable gold. If aftor going through
tho smelter It is found to contain gold
In paying quantities It will bo mined
oxtonslvoly In tho futuro.
Special to Dally Lp or. ' "
Nornv..i. Okla Juy 1M. Tho con-
tract for tho now science hall of tho
university of Oklahoma has boon lot
to Thoa. O. Keith or Oklahoma City.
Tho now building will bo a little
largor than tho old building destroy-
ed by flro. Work will bo commenced
as soon as posulblo and it will prob-
ably be ready for uso by tho begin-
ning of Uio second soraester In Feb-
ruary. 1'U.ns woro also approved for
tho now Carnegie library building and
bids will be received as soon as Mr.
Carnegie can be heard from.
Working Night and Day.
The busiest and mlgktost llttln
thing that over was mado Is Dr. King's
Now Life Pills. Those pills ehango
woftknoes Into strongtli llatlossnoss
Into energy brain fag Into mental
power. They're wonderful In building
up the health. Only 26c por box. Sold
by P. D. LUllo and Co.
SOLEMN MASONIC SERVICE.
Will Be Held at Temple Tontght for
The rec.nlna-of Conductor Bert Clay
were brought to the city on Uio aftor-
noon train nd were taken to the fam
ily reeldei'pe. Tonight lh- funeral
services will be conducted at Hie Ma-
sonic temple beginning at midnight.
The services are public and Worship
ful Master A. O. Parquharson tnvltos
tho attendance of all friends of the
deceased. The body will bo taken to
Arkansas rity tomorrow whoro Inter
ment will be made.
Division Superintendent If. A. TIce
of the Santa Pe with headquarters at
Arkansas City was In the city today
looking after the paving of the local
Santa Fo right of way.
The Leader makes all kinds of blank
books and furnishes ever)' legal blank
required under territorial laws.
Local Happenings of City and Terri-
tory Brief! Told.
T. N. Athey of Blooltwell is working
Up a sentlirent In fnvor of erecting an
Imtriense n onilrnent over the grate of
David L r.iyno.
Report of three tons of timothy to
the acre come from Canadian county
A Lawton roporter who Invaded
ManArnl "TI1 alfMlnlnrr flttnrf trmnf In t
willing to mnko an affidavit that tho
general ha? neither epaulets nor gold
braid on his pajamas.
A 16 your old Klngflsl'or girl had
hor father arrested the other day for(
spanking her In tho good old fashion-.
od way and tho Judgo boforo whom
the case was called postponed it fear
ing to decide the question Involved
offhand. Hero Is an excellent oppor
tunity for tho Shakespeare literary
club of Knob Noster to got In some
flno work on tho question of "Resolv-
od That a 1C. year old girl Is still
Emory Wilson county" attorney of
Sumnor county Kas. who absconded
with a largo amount of monoy cevoral
weeks ago formerly resided at El
Reno Ho was city attorney and also
superintendent of tho Canadian county
schools whllo a resident of that city.
Tho South McAlester Capital de-
claros the Katy depot ct that placo to
bo an outrage.
Ooary expects to bo a passenger di
vision point on tho Choctaw and a
freight division point whon a sufficient
wator supply can bo assured.
An Oklahoma minister bollovoe that
many people do not attend church be
cause Uioy think tholr clothos cxG not
good enough and In future will have
no lights In his church at tho night
sorvlcoe This will prove nn added
attractions to such people down thoro
aa uso the church cure forlnsoranla.
Guthrlo "points with prhlo" to the
promlso of President Orville T. Smith
that the Nctlonal Insurance Company
of Dovor Dolawaro will raovtt Its gon-
oral aflicej for this territory from Ok
lahoma Cty to Guthrla Couldn't moy
be Induced to throw in Col. Addloke aa
n moral factor? Idngllsher Star.
WHO WILL REIM-
Jenkins' Appointees Shy About Re
turning Illegal Per Diem.
Now that the territorial auditor L.
W. Baxtor has paid tho board appoint
od by Governor C. M. Barno3 to locate
tho Southwestern normal school tho
question orlscs who will rolmljurse
tho territory for tho $702 paid soma
time ago h Mr. Baxter to the board
uppolntod by Governor W. M. Jenkins
to locate the samo school? The sum
paid the Barnes board amounted to
only a little over $300 as against
$702 paid tho Jonkins board.
Attorno ' General Robborts hold that
tho Barnoj board Since It had been
declared tno logal body by the courts
nust bo paid for its services. Mr.
Baxtor sought his opinion boforo pay-
Ins Iho Bprnos board. That decision
also made the Jenkins board an illegal
body therefore entitled to no pay. The
fact Is. howovor that the Jenkins
board wat paid and so far as can bo
ascortalnei np member of tho board
has relmbursjMl the territory.
It Is sUtod that Mr. Baxter muat
stand good fdt? lb $708 iwM the Jenk-
ins board and that unless the monoy
turned back Into the territorial
treasury fist cult will be commenced
against Mr. Baxter's bond for that
amount He give aa his exie Uinc
he paid the Jenkins board In accord-l
anco with an opinion of the Uien at-
torney general. J. C Strang. Ut under
Uie law this dos not relle" Mr. Bax-
ter from his responsibility In the mat-
ter. Both boards were paid In terri
torial va.- ants hte territory now be-
ing out something over $1000 for lo-
cating the soliool when it should be
out only alwut $800.
Night Was Her Terror.
"I would oough nearly all night
long" writes Mrs. Chas. Applegato.
of Alexandra. 111. "and could hardly
got any sleep. I had consumption
so bad that it I walked a block I
would cougl- frightfully and spit blood
buL whon all other medlolnea failed
three $1.0 bottles of Dr. King's Now
Discovery wholly cured me and I
gained 68 pouni-" It's absolutely
uaraateol to cure coughs colds In
grappe bcuchltls and all throat and
lung troub ea. Price COc and $1 . i
Trial botUee free at P. B. Llllle Vtd
Co.'s drug storo.
BEST FOR THE
X( you hsTen't re rater hesHh j morenient et th
baweii erer dey you're IU or will bo. Keep your
boirele open nd be well Force In Ihn ebtpa of
violent phyele or TII1 poteon li dtneerom. The
mootheet eeelett moet perfect wx ot fceeplac
the boweli deer end rleen ! to tike
EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
Fletieat Valeteble Potent Teite Oooi. So
Oood Nex Sicken. Weaken orOripei 10 tseod
(0 eente perbox. Write tor tree temple end book-
lt on health. AdJren n
Slerllna nemttfj Comptnr Chlctd0 or New York.
KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAN
W. A. L. Hoff surely betters the
writing of his pupils. After lookins
over their work we can truly say that
the improvements aro simply fine.
Are you a deputy United States
Marshal or posseman? If so yol
need a day boofc. Special printed
forms. For sale b The Jeader.
publlshea !n Dally Leader
July 21 1903.)
Jn tho District Court of Logan County
Tho St. Ltuls El Rono and Western
Railway Company a corporation
John L. Crum. A. J. Garnett Elizabeth
J. GarnetL Walter Garnett George
S. Grt"n Q. G. Greor and Georgia
Greer his wife. Defendants.
A. J. Garnett Elisabeth J. Garnott
and Walter Garnett will take notlco
that the Sf. Louis El Rono and West-
orn Rnilwuy Company tho plaintiff
abovo named did on the 20th day of
July. 1003 lllo Rb petition In the dis-
trict court Of Logan County Oklaho-
ma Territory asking for tho appoint-
ment of Utoo disinterested freehold-
ers residents of said Logan County
Oklnhomn Torrltory as commission-
ers to Inspect and view the following
described real estate situated In Lo-
gan County Oklahoma Territory to-
Tho oast halt () of tho northeast
quarter (V ) of section twenty-olght
(28) township fifteen (16) north of
range rur (41 west of the Indian
And to assess the damages which
you and fhoh of you. the defendants
above named will sustain by roason
ot the appropriation of a pert of the
above described tract of land as and
for a right of way for tho Pbove named
And yon and each of you ore fur-
ther notified that such application for
tho appointment of said commission-
ers will be presented to tho Judgp of
tho said district court on tho first day
ot August 1903 at tho hour of nine
o'clock a. iu. or as soon thereafter as
counsel may bo hoard.
Attornoy for Plaintiff.
T. A. NEAL Clork District Court.
(First pu'.llshed in Dally Leader
July 21 1&03.)
In tho District Court of Logan Count)
Tho SL Louis El Reno and Western
Railway Company a corporation
Rolland L. Kissinger Mary Kissinger
Berth! Snydor. and tho Oklahoma
v Mortgfge and Trust Company Do-
Bertha Snyder will take notice that
tho SL Louis. HI Rono and Western
Rtxllway Company the plalntlffabove
named did on tho 20th day of July
1903. file its petition In tho district
cout of Lojan County Oklahoma Ter-
ritory asking for the appointment of
Miim atalt.ttirt&d freeholder resi
dents oj saW. Logaji County Oklahoma
Tajrnuiry as. oominiBsiuiiur w m-
pect ami view the following describ-
ed real estate 4tated In Logan Coun-
ty Oklahoma Tewrltory. to-wlf.
The nouh one-Half () of the
southeast quarter (J4) of sopUon
twelve (l?i township sixteen (1C)
north of range three (3) west of the
And to cates the damages whtch
you. the alove named dofendant will
sustain by roason of tho appropria-
tion of a part of the abovo desorlbed
tract of land aa and for a right of way
for the abovo named plaintiff corpor-
ation. And ou aro further notified that
such application for tho appointment
of said coirmlBslopprs will bo present-
ed to the judgo of said district court
on tho first day of August 1903 at
the hour of nine o'clock a. nv. or aa
soon thereafter aa counsel may bo
Attornoy for Plaintiff.
T. A. NEAL Clerk Wotrict Court.
is the place
iifirlLiL I rll Lsll
Let us make an estimate for yoiu
You will be surprised how cheap
your room can be papered'
Phone 7. 204 Harrison Ave. F. B. LILL1E & CO
GUTHRIE THE HUB.
Have your Envelopes and Stationery
printed with this Wheel Map on
At LEADER OFFICE.
CHAS. 1'ONl) 1-reelileut. IIATT1K M.
GUTHRIE LAUNDRY CO.
Up town Ofllco nt I'mil Xenliian'i nonr l'lmlonicn
Fred C. Dolcater. lres.
A A L. Cockrum. Vlce-1'resldent.
I CAPITAL $25000
(5 Directors: A. I CocJcrutn. C. II. Thompson V. C. Dolcatcr.lt. S. McOn. -eand
Between St. Louie Kaniae City
ion smitti vicniui ukuouiu wiy
And Pelabin Uluesri. Kibui Arkui MliiUiippl LouliUsi Ttzxs
OkUtom Ma Indlui TerritorUi Iidlut eod DILdoU.
lAonuttaa u tetnla urrlce oJ relet elta Ulutrtted deuilpUre muter fnafOf furstthed epoa
eppUcelioata B.F. DUNN
V HUMPHREY 6. HILL
105 W. Oklahoma Ave
Geo. H. Lee G. P. A. Little Rock Ark.
J. S. McNalley
for bargains in
l'ONO 8eo'y. Win. I. MATIIIH.tTrene
in Every Town
Wm S. Stiles Cashier
Memplili Blrmlnthun Patli Fort Worth
Plate a lass
Guthrie O T
P. P. A. Oklahoma City O. T.
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