The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 23, Ed. 1, Friday, July 24, 1903 Page: 3 of 8
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rfHE E1AMK UTHRIE OKCAHOM
FRIDAY JULY 24 1903.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES
Stations ' 404 18
V a o oop
410 Ex. Sun.
Kx. Sun 409
2pmL . .
8 00 pm Lt
3 1Z pm I.r .
IS 23 pm Lt ...
3 41 pm L.T
f J 61 pm Lt
10 i5 am Lt .. .
1130 am Lt
4 10 pm Lt ..
4 lt pm Lr . ..
4 M pm Lt .....
14 1 pm Lt
1 10 pm Lt
6 40 pm Lt
o to pm A.T
O INDIAN TERRITORY NOTES O
IMBODHN'S NEWEST SCHEME.
Comptroller of Currency Keeping Tab
Special to Dally Lender.
Special to Dally Loader. Washington D. C July 21. Officials
DUrnnt I T.. JulV 24. Bl&.hOfnt rtf llin mn ntmllar'i nirtna nrt fnl.lnt
and final arrangement are being keen interest In the action taken by
made for the annual reunion of the In- 'the bank commissioner of New Jerwy
dlan Territory Confederate veteran against tbo Interstate Trust company
which takot plaoo bore on August 6. 'of Jersey city. The commissioner. In
7 and 8 of this year. ihls action asserted that tho truBt com
Tho executive commltlfto has pur-jpany was. In fact a chain of banking:
chased $1600 worth of cooking and ( corporations whloh through a system
sleeping equipments. Plato for a of exchant-os of securities and bonds
thousand will bo spread and blankets and depot Us ono with tho other!
cota and pillows will be In abundance ' sought to oroato a fictitious lino ofi
. . Guthrie . Ar 9 20 am
Camnuell Lt 8 42 am
Coyle .. .. Lv 8 so am
.. uooamgui . . . liiuu.ui
Perkins Lt 8 00 am
Cottlngham Lrr7 47am
ATery. . . Ar 9 Mam
Cushlng Ar4 5Spm
... ntpley . . . . Ar 7 3 am
. Mehan Lr7 30am
Stillwater . Lt 7 13 am
. Yost IvfSVHm
... Olenr.oe Lt 6 41 am
. Pawmee Lt Sit am
. Lt 145 am
. Lt S is am
Quthrlt A Western.
2 4.1 lt Uuthrle Ar
3 08LT Be ward I.tism
31SLT NiTlna LT1S4I
3 37Ar Cashlon LvlZ22
Via. O R.I A P. By.
4 25 Ar KlnKtlsher Lt ii 3i
144 pm 148 pm
Choctaw Oklanoma A Quit.
Forty becvos havo been sooured to
which will bo added plenty of bread
cakes pie. etc. Arrangements are
being made to care for and entertain
16.000 peoj le.
Tho amuremont features will be ex-
tensive nnd elaborate. Promlnont
speakers of Texas tho territory and
Oklahoma will come among wllom will
bo Sonator Thos. Gore of Lawton
Okla Henry M. Furman of Ardmoro
I. T.( and Hon. Stump Aahby of Smith-
A troop of cavalry escorting Gen.
Gentry wl". arrive from the Crook Na-
tion. Then) will be about two hundred
people and as many horsos. Miss Leo
ta Crabtruv of Eufaula has been ap
pointed sponsor for the Creek nation
with Miss Monahwoe of Holdenvlllo
as tho chlof maid of honor. Gen. Ca-
bell and hit daughter. Mrs. Kato Cabell-Curry
of Dallas Texas will bo
prosont and assist In the program.
The important foatures of amuse-
ment will bo tho Indian "green ooru"
Derver Enid and Gulf.
4:00 p. m... Lv Outhrle Ar 2:00 p. ni.
6:55 p. m. .. Crescent . 1 .10 p. jn.
fl:35p m Marshall 12:25 p.m.
7:02 p.m. ...Douglas 11:58 a.m.
A.V. Crossing . .
7:00p.m... . . .Fairmont 11:30a.m.
A.V. Crossing . ..
O R.I . & V Crossing .
4.00 p. m Enid . 11:00 a. m
credit. In his bill of complaint against
tho concern filed with tho courts at
tho Now Jersey capitol a number of
southwestern banking Institutions are
named as being concerned In tho com-
pany. Among thorn are tho Central
Trust company of South McAlostor. I
T.; tho Cherokee National bank of
Enid; the Farmers' National bank of
Kingfisher nnd the National Dank of
Commorco of Fort Worth Tex. In-
quiry at the office of tho comptroller
of tho currency today disclosed tho
fact that so far as tho officers of the
government havo been able to deter-
mine tho bjnk at Kingfisher has noth-
lng to do with tho trust company nor
has Leonard Imboden. tho promotor
of tho trust company anything to do
with that bank. The Cherokee Na-
tional and tho National Bank of Com-
merce are now In process of organiza-
tion. The comptroller has ordered a
thorough Investigation of tholr pro
posed relations before they will bo al
lowed to begin business. According to
dances and Indian ball playing. Over digl)atouo reC0V8d here the compar
ator .mi jioou unocutws win partici- mma 0f maintain magnificent
pate In tun vent. offices In New Yor't city or at least
Special to Daily Leader. Leonard Iralwlen does. It is hinted
South MsAIester I. T. July 24.-A that Imbovn has secured the interest
rabid dog tecently through the coun- f perlmpg one or two men with means
try abuutCa.rw crook bitl" doy am n hfa en.ri)rie who Rre not Ml7
live stock. Several dogs there were advl8ed M to Uie gcheme B wnloh he
bitten tnd showed lndlcationa of hy- u engBgml Tn6 New jertey bank
drophoola end were Wiled. Las'. we6kiCommlBi0Jier nftw nvoBtlsaUon
Tim Doug.tu saw evidence of rabioe roaohetl oonoiugion ot at all favor-
in a cow ana tno animal wa not. Bbe eUhftr l0 the trtl8t oq. or to
tnuay a nno cow ownou oy rai mw-
D E. & G. RATES AND DISTANCES.
List of stations on this now line and
rates and distances from Enid to-
gether with through rates from im-
1 S 2? I ? f
H2 S m 2 H B
D STATIONS H "g. S
5S ' C Q F f
B : ' ? b
0 Gnld 05I5S8'S5 t!5 60 CS 10.
12 Fairmont I 35 IS 00 f 20 16 60 22 5C
19 Douglas ... 60 IS 25 9 45 15 60 22 7
37 Marshal 80 16 27 9 65 16 60 22 60
42 Crescent 1 Si IS 27 9 65 15 60 22 60
66 Uuthrle. I 70 IS 27 9 65 15 50 23 60
Vacation outings among suow-
clad peaks and Hashing trout
streams of Colorado.
Low-rate excursions all summer.
Cheap prices at resort hotels
or camp out.
Go there on the
the Santa Fe's superb new train
Kansas Cityto Pueblo Colorado
Springs and Denver.
Luxuriously equipped with
-observation Pullman's library-
smoking car and chair cars.
A quick night ride.
Ask for free copy of beautiful book
"A Coloaado Summer."
A. J. CORKINS Agent
Atchison Topeka & SantaFee Railway Co.
Frauds and Swindlers
Many So-called Specialists are Frauds and
.SwIndlersI He Cautious.
When 111 and In Doubt and All Others have
Failed Consult the Uest.
Dr. Russell & Co
The Celebrated English Specialist.
THEY CURE ALL yArVtr&SZZ
ESTABLISHED IN 1902.
UfllllK S.ooa. m ton p.m.
nuuno sundays-ioa. m
UD1TC u uaable to call. Our expert opln-
II HI 1 1 ion FREE by return mail Address
woo of this city which was being kept
on Uio Tim Douglas place commenced
to act stnmgely and was soparatod
from all other stock. The animal
grow vicious and attempted to horn
every thine that attracted her atton-
tlon.and was finally killed.
Chlckasna I. T. July 23. Tho enor
mous whoal harvest of tho wost end of
tho Chlckasha nation and a good big
slice of Western Oklahoma is now
pouring Into Chlckasha. The quality
of tho whoat and tho enormous crop
is a continual surprlso and wonder to
everybody. Much of tho grain market
ed hero weighs from 59 to 64 pounds
to the burhol while tho yield has run
as high M forty-four bushels to tho
H. B. Johnson cashier of tho First
National bank and a wealthy Chick
asaw Indian has several hundred acres
on his allotments surrounding Chlcka-
sha His whoat avoragod aixty-three
poundB to tho buahol and twenty-six
bushols to tbo aor. Mat Chilton an-
other farmer also had a splondld
yield. H' whoat weighed sixty-three
pounds and made thirty bushels to the
aero. John W. urown an inunui ou-
laen whose allotment is three miles
north of town had ono patch of thlr-
teon aoros that yielded 671 buahels
and twenty pounds or a HUlo loss
tlian forty-four bushels to tho aero.
This is th record breaker. Tho re
mainder of this remarkable field was
three days under water during the re-
cent flood but It threshed put eighteen
bushels to tho acre and despite tho ef-
fect of the water was of very fair av-
orago. A sample of both those yields
will ho pluted in the territorial exhllh
It at the Louisiana Purchase exposition.
Rev. W. L. Riley L. L. D.. Cuba
New York wrltos: "Aftor fifteen days
excruciating pain from sciatic rheu-
matism under various treatments I
waa induced to try Ballard's Snpw
Liniment tbo first application giving
my first relief and tho second entire
relief. I can glvo it unqualified rec-
ommendation. 2Rc BOc and $1.00 at
F. B. Llllla and Co.
Imbodon and so Indicates in lite hill
before the court.
HELD SPECIAL COURT.
King and Oueen Closed the Festivities
Dublin July 24. It was aftor mid-
night whon tho day's festivities closed.
Tho king and queen hold special court
at tho castle last night In tho famous
St Patricii hall which was gorgeous-
ly decoraied and Illuminated for tho
occasion. Their majesties ontered tho
hall at 10.. "U p. m. with all tho accom-
panlment of state and took their
places noar tho throne which was tho
center of a brilliant group. Including
tho duke and ducbess of Connaught
and Earl Dudley and other high state
officers In full uniform. There they
received tho most representative
bodies of Irish nobilfty nnd tho Irish
pooplo wh ) had boon to tho castlo
many yeurr ago. Quoon Alexandria
wore a oresm colored gown and her
diamond ornaments were sat In de
signs of i-e thistle and shamrock
The Influence of the sovorigns se
cured a social union which English
atntoemen had yalnly sought to attain.
The Irls'j guards acted as a guard of
honor un I tho grand staircase was
lined with lancers. It was a function
of regal mugnlflconco and lt was not
until the last namo on tho list had
boon read out and tho last debutante
had madu her courtesy that their ma
jesties qui ted the scene.
Thos. E. Mix. pf this city left this
1 morning for Mulhall where be will
Join Zacli Mulhall'8 aggregation of
ropers. wto will give an exhibition at)00uW hard)y realise that I was well
Very Remarkable Cure cf Diarrhoea.
"About six years ago for tho first
time in my life I had a sudden and
sovftro attack of diarrhoea" says Mrs.
Alice Miller of Morgan Texas. "I
got tomporriy relief but lt came back
again and-again and for six long
years I havo suffered more mlsory and
agony than I can toll. It was worse
than death. My husband spent hun-
dreds of tlollars for physicians' pre-
scriptions and treatment without
avail. Finally wo moved to Bosque
county our present homo and one
day I happened to see an advertise-
ment of Cbamborlain'ri Colic Cholera
and Dlarrbooa Remedy with a testi-
monial of it man who had been cured
by It. The case was so similar to my
own that I concluded to try the rem
edy. The result was wonderful. I
HHF The Ever B
BBBIB And Ever the Best H
B with its ftdone. B
III The Largest Selling Brand of Cigars JTC H
Em in the World mM wL
rajj Tfi0 Batul la tho Smoker' Protection B
Asked Jurymen Summoned In a New
New York July 24. Beforo Jutlgo
Nowburger in tho court of gonoral ses-
sions Lnwronco Murphy formerly
treasuror of tho Journeymen Stone Cut-
tors' association ha-i boon placod on
trial for grand larcony. Tho specific
chargo Is that Murphy ou May 1 1902
appropriated $12794 all tho funds of
tho union. Somo of tho questions
John F. Mclntyro Murphy's counsel.
asked in examining talesmen which
woro regarded as Important and sig-
"If tho ovldonco during tho trial of
this case ihows that It was customary
in tills st'iiiccuttors' union to levy
fines and penalties upon master ma-
sons owners builders and bosses
would this prejudice you against the
"If lt 13 shown that through threats
and fear theso owners and builders
have given up to persons In tho union
largo sums of $50000 $40000 $25000
and $1000.1 from time to tlmo would
your vordlctbo Influenced?
"Could you still return an unpreju-
diced verdict" continued Mr. Mcln-
tyro "If wo prove that persons con-
nected with the union wore In the
habit of lueotlng In a saloon to ar-
rnngo nlans for extorting money from
owners builders nnd construction
companies and then divided among
themselves thoso largo sums surrend
ered to them to proont strikes or to
bring thorn to an end?"
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO O.j oooooooooooooooo
Marshall rxt Saturday. Mr. Mix 1
alleged to be quite a roper.
and treatment rooms. Private
P41 .ors ut the Astor House Ok-
m to 8 n.m.
Sundays 10 a. ro to 1:00 p. m
Qlt. KUSSEIX & CO . Guthrie. Ok
HERE ARE BARGAINS.
Bargains In farm and city property.
(Come and see Schultz &. Ritterfausch
Uo 113 South Second street
No Pity Shown.
"For years fate was aftor mo con-
tinuously. ' writes F. A. Gulledge Ver-
bena Ala. "I had a terrible caso of
Piles causing 21 tumors. When all
failed BucUion's Arnica Salve cured
me. Equally good for Burns and all
aches and ptlns. Only 25c at F. B.
Walts Kidneys aad laddr Right
again or believe it oould be so after
luU-lng sut'ered so long hut that one
bottle of medicine costing but a few
cents cured me." For sale by the
Eagle drus; store.
When thi city clerk finds It neces-
sary to Icive his office during ollco
boura he should at least :4ve mme
one In ohnrge wlw will de-tciy a 1
courteous1 answer a civil qib.-i-ti.
Change In Ritual Referred to a Com-
mittee. Baltlmo-e Md. July 24. What
many of Ihe members of tho Grand
Lodge of Bonovolent and Protective
Order of E'ks soy was tho largest and
most successful Grand Lodge meeting
In tho. hUtory of the organization
closed las' evening. Thore were 1.640
grand lodo members In the olty. and
a great majority attended every busi-
ness session. Thore were two see-
!ons of the Grand Lodge yesterday
at the first of which only routine maU
ters wero discussed. At the evening
session the committee on ritual was
not prepar d to report aH the ehangee
proposal in the hltual and th mat-
ter was carried over th oommltt
being Instructed to report a complet
ritual when It Is aa upon A res-
olution w.? adopted dlaeoiimglng the
throwing o' confetti during future
The installation of offteers followed
each outong and luootntn offltxir d-
llvered a i-hort addreaa. Grand Itolt-
ed Ruler Jos T Fanning of Indian-
apolis then declared the Orand Irfg
adjourned sine die. to meet at Clacln-
natl next year
Last n1ht was given up to Jollification.
On and after today all Soda will be o
sold at $1.00 per case and a rebate of So o
cets per case will be given on all crises
o and bottles returned.
o N. F. CHEADLE
R. W. BLACK.
oooooooooooooooo on OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
On tho Socnttx Fe.
Kansas City to Pueblo. Colorado Springs
and Denver daily beginning June 14
Pullman Observation and drawing-room
sleepers chair car Library SmOkln-Car
Leave Kansas City in the evening
Arrive Colorado next forenoon.
Through Sleeper from Guthrie.
Quick Luxurious Convenient Popular.
Another fast Colorado train now leaves Kansas City oa
the Santa Fe every morning LOW RATE EXCLU-
SIONS ALL SUMMER.
Ask for a free Oopy of "A Colorado Sumn.
it tells all about Ticatlon outing In Oolori
A. J. COHKINS. Gen. Aft. A. T. & H. P. Ity.
A tactful man can pull the stinger
from a beo without getting stung.
The hra-.t band that playB the lewd-
est does not make the most music.
Special train with Department Commander and Half will leave OKia' -
ma via Sania Pe'on August n 1903 Through sleepers and cbasr cars t
Lot Angeles or San Francisco Passengers for OMao r a U
A. R Special should leave Outhrle at o.ao a ro i.e a
will stop at Santa Fe Albttquerque Lagona Grand D) n
OFFICIAL of Arixona. Kedlands etc. The same opportunity f
various sections accorded on these tickets as is given n 1 (
ular tourist tickets Privilege is accorded of returning a
ksame route as used weathouad or via any other direct r utc.
Silllta Fe. Return via Portland may be made for in 00 additional Very
j low round trip rate has been made (or this ccasioo It
your opportunity to visit California at a pleasa.it oeanor ac5
at a minimum cost. Will you seize it'
ROUTE Apply to the uaderslgnod for folders descriptive jara
phlets. space in sleepers and full particulars
A. J. CORKTNS. Agt. The A T. & S. P. R J
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 23, Ed. 1, Friday, July 24, 1903, newspaper, July 24, 1903; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc72110/m1/3/: accessed May 29, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.