The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 32, Ed. 1, Wednesday, August 5, 1903 Page: 2 of 8
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TO! LIAIIR tUTYIKiE. IOATf9MiS WEDNESDAY AUGUST S 1603.
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Started His Fortune of
on a salary of $3.00 per week
and with a little savings .bank
similar to the one shown here
Wty can vou not do the same?
We can help you!
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C E. Billingsley Prcs. Q A. Nelson Cashie r
R. P. Briggs Ass't Cashier.
We allow Interest at the ra.te of 4 pei cent
Open Daily from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Capitol and Surplus - - $130000
.Over a. Million on. Deposit
Local Happenings of City and Terri-
tory Briefly Told.
Shawneo is preparing to havo a big
demonstration Labor day.
Miss Mattle Rogors Kramer has
loen choson queen of tho Hobart car-
nival Blackwell lately issued a handbook
showing residences and business build-
lags of interest In that lively town.
Mod ford plans that a Colorado man
will shortly start a brick making plant
there. The town has good railroad
Hesldonts. of Mountain View are
elated ovor tho discovery of a voln
or fino water near that place only a
Jew dayii ago.
Kuw City a now town In tho north-
ern part of tho territory has boon
having a big revival meeting for a
Tvook or more.
Kpuarth leaguors will hold.Uiolr
territorial convention at Hnld August
18-80. Preparations are bolng modo
lor nbout 800 delegates.
In a few days Enid will ba roady to
publish to tho world the program of
tho street fair and carnival to be held
there this fall
Several southwestern capitalists
think vhey have a good coppor lead
at Waurika. A UG.ooo option has
bn placod on a claim there
At Hastings and Union Grove in Co-
inanoho county there will be celebra-
tions of tho opening of the southwest
ern country August C
At Norman the gymnasium for the
unlvorslty Is making a fair growth
Tho foundation was laid from stone
cavod from tho old building.
It Is the plan of the postal Telegraph
company to get Into the main townB of
tho torritory w wkju as possible. It
-will soon havo a line Into Guthrlo.
KvangollBt Wallace last night op-
ened a eerlos of ten meetings at Med-
ford. ffh ovangollBt has been draw-
ing big orowds In other towns of tho
lul Vhji. It
Sonth(of fcfoutn.tn"Vlow 1 Is ald
inert areWnWofCrflwlIs whlqb
' When diTtf cbnUlnftd a'gaXliflow of oil
Vut wore flloiPMldWUfcTi' conveal.ont
season" for development
Professor Matlock of tho territor-
ial university has been given a leave
of absonco for a year He will go to
tho unvorslty of California to pick up
soino points about Germanic philoso-
phy. Chandler is pacified onco more since
tho Choctaw construction gangs which
suspended" work a tow weeks ego have
roBumcd business. It was feared that
tho road might not be intending to
build Into that place.
Asa C. Sharp of Comancho county
sold bis farm last week for $6500 to a
neighbor who has. made more than
$1000 clear of oxpenscs from the lit-
tle slip which ho drew at Undo Sam's
land lottery leas than two years ago.
Ono hundred and twenty-flvo farm-
ers havo formed a Farmers' Co-operative
Groin company and have put up
eloyen elevators at Mangum Middle-
ton and many other places over tho
territory. Tho ou which they estab-
lished t Feckham Is Just about ready
Horticulturists believe they have the
reason for such a high death ratei
among tho ohorry tree of Oklahoma
during the early part of this summer
it Is their theory that too much rain
came and the oxcoeslve supply of
moisture killed them. It Is advised
next year that tho dirt around the
trees be piled high in order to turn
the water away
It is related of the late Deputy Mar
shall John II. Jonos. who was aliot and i
killed at Governor Ulglieart's In the
Osage nation the night of July 8 that
he never carried a pistol or weapon of
any sort He was always oourteous
I to Uib men after whom he went and
If that failed ha relied on his two
good fists It Is said h has whipped
six desperadoes in this manner and
never allowed a gun to be more than
drawn by any of them.
Several camps of hoboen ubopped
along the hanks of a creek not for
from Perry a few nights ago and dur-
ing the absence of clticens jf that
town from their homes In the early
part ot the night entered them and
stole a number of articles The same
night an old man from Kansas who
hod been apprehended for Betting
boozy took French leave of (he Perry
Jail and swiftly mads his way north
to the Kansas Una
No auoh thing as "summer com-
plaint" where Dr. FowlerB Extract of
"Wild Strawberry Ja kopt handy. Na-
ture's r-ncdy for evory looseness of
Local Happening of City and Terri-
tory Briefly Told.
Uorflald Is claiming a 4 million bush
ol wheat yield thkt season
The man who had his ear on the
ground listening for rain lma mud In
A St Louie architect ha been em-
ployed to prupara plane for Lawton's
county court ItouBo.
Heaver county ranchers are prepar
ing to ship a few car loads of cattle
to "try" the- mnrkoL
Moninrv!!ln. i. Tv haB ahinnmi 900
crates of cantaloupes and 120 crates
of watermelons this soawn. I
Tho annual session of the Ohautau-
qua at Sulphur Springs I. T. egan
August 2 and will continue for a week
Two big Arcs In about two weeks
is enough to dlscourago any town but
Hobart Is plucky and will build again.
From ten Jo thirty train loads o
Wheat bound for tho big ships a! Gal
vcslon pull into the Ohickasha yards
Five rural mall carriers will start
out of Enid tho morning of Septem-
ber 1. Nlnoty-nlno aUd a half squaro
miles will be covered by the servlco
and a population of 2444 will be
A Toxas threshing outfit pulled into
Oknroho tho other day and chaSod all
tho nogroes out of town. Just for tho
fun of It
Tho players in Enid's only silver
cornet band havo quarreled and while
one squad practlcos at ono place an-
other toots away in anolhor portion of
Tho small son of Judge Crum of El
Reno was run ovor twico by a house
moving truck whllo loafing in tho
street but oscapod without getting
even tho crust broken.
A cement sidewalk a mile- loug will
bo laid in University boulevard. Nor.
man ami when finished will i tho
longest cement sidewalk In Oklahoma.
It will c6st 11000.
Tho Keystone townslto lot drawings '
as usual In such eases has carried I
consldorablo laraontation among in-'
vestors who expected to muko a $5
bll put forth buds and blossom into a
fifty. Tho Toxans aro especially sore. I
Tho govornmont engineer chosen o
direct the building of water works at
Lawton says that the supply of wator
In Medlcino creok or Dunbar oprings
is too email and that Cache crook
water Is unsanitary. Ho does not know
whero a sufficient supply can be
A farmers' Instltuto will bo organ-
ized at Anlraoro Soptombor 2 and 3
by Prof. J. H. Council of Toxas as-
sisted b; R. E. Smith of Sherman who
owns an 800 aero field of alfalfa. The
first farmers' institute in tho Indian
territory was organized at Tishomingo
Under all curableconditfons
Mr. D. Kauble of
ler of HUHard.
Nevada O.. was
cured by Kodol
Pa was cured
the uso ol
Sold by J. N. Wallace N
Guthrie Lodge No. 2 A. f- & A. M.
Meets overy Tuesday 'evening at
Masonic Tomtflo. All brothron cor-
dially Invited to attend.
James ilepburne W. M.
E. M. Bamford Secrotary.
Guthrie Lodge No. 1 A. O. U. W
Meets every Thursday night at 7:30
ovw Spencer' hardware corner Ok-
icnioimi bvwdub unu nisi uuuuu via-
iting brothers always wolcdrao.
. Will Hunter M. W.
VY. J. Leatherman Recorder.
Albert Pike Lodge No. 60 A. F. &
A. M. Moots second and fourth Wed-
nesdays of oaoh month at Masonic
A' ' Farquharson V- M.
Teague Ray Secretory.
Guthrie Lodge No. 2 K. or P. Meeta
every Friday night In Victor block.
Visiting Knights cordially Invited.
W. T. Warren C. C.
L- s- Page K. of It. & S.
Guthrie Lodge No. 426 B. P. O. E.
Meets tho second and fourth Tues-
day nights of each month In Elk hall
C. E. Bllllncsley 13. R.
Woodmen of the World Guthrie
Camp No. 3. Meets overy Tuesday at
7:30 p. m. in the Woodmen hall over
Spencer hardware store
Win Connelly Con. Com
J. B. Towers Clerk.
Hartranltt Post No. 3 G. A. R.
Moots on first and third Fridays '.n
each month at 7:30 p. m. in hall ovef
Sponcer'p hardware store. Visiting
comrades always welcome.
J. M. Barnthouse Post Com.
M. L. Mock Adjutant.
Guthrie Chapter No. 2 Order of tho
Eastern Star. Moots in tho Masonic
Temple overy second and fourth Frl-
imy evenings in each month
. p m. L. Ray W M.
m. E. Harrington Secmtary.
Guthrie Commandery No. 1 Knlght
Templar Mv0ta ovory Wednesday
ovonJng nt vz0 at tholr Asylum in
tho MoBOnlo Temp0. VJsltlng Sir
KnBhts nlway8 wokomo.
Frank Hlndman E. C.
E. M. Bamford Rooordor.
Naomi Rebekah Lodge No. 2 I. O.
O. F. Meots first and third Tuesday at
7-30 p. a. in the Odd Fellows' hall in
tho Weinberger building. Visitors
Zoe Engart N. O.
Mrs. L. C. Herwlg Secrotary.
Oklahoma Encampment No. 1 I. O.
O. F. Meets every Thursday night of
P. K. Abbott C. P.
H. A. Herwlg Scribe.
I. O. R. M. Meets overy Tuesday
night in K. of P. hall. Visiting chiefs
5rrank B. Sarber Sachorn.
H. C. Barney Chief of Records.
Co. A First Regt. Ok. N. G. Meeta
overy Wednesday night ovor Eagle
G. E. Dunnlca Captain.
Guthrie Lodae No. 3 I. O. O. F.
Moets Monday night of each week at
7-30. Visiting Odd Follows always
D. W. Pulse N. O.
G. W. Bruce Seorotary.
A O U W. Degree of Honor No. 4
meeu the second and fourth Mon-
days of each month at the Workman's
hall over Spencer hardware.
You-KnowWhat You"" Am Taking
When jou take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic bocouse tho formula Is plainly
printed on every bottlo showing that
It Is simply Iron and Quinine In a
tasteless form. No Curo. No- Pay COc.
Cheap round trip tickets on sale
daily to points in New York Virginia
West Virginia Illinois. Iowa. Michi-
gan Wisconsin and Minnesota.
Tickets aro UmUod to October 31st.
Resides these rates wo have special
excursions to difforent places at dif-
ferent times can not advertlso them
If you contemplate a tilp bo sure
and see ttw Frisco agprnor address
B. F K'JNN
Division Pass. Agent
is the place
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. LIME & CO.
The Favorite Family
Fred O Dolcatcr. I'res.
A. b. CocVruua Vice 1'resldent.
The Bank of C
$ CAPITAL $25000
Directors: A L Coctrum C U. Thompson. V C Dolcatcr B S. McOu. -eand
i5 J W HcNeal Vfm 8 btlles
r lAm." nWHB yHSK.f
tires without cutting weldmg and lieatmg tivjm urns .presejy
ing the woodwork from injury---a wonderful invention whicb
cost a large sum of money in order to be up-to-date. Our sbop
has the Only Henderson TVe Setter in this section of the
United States. We also have the very latest Goodyear Rubber
Tire Machine. We put first quality rubber tiies on any 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 Southwest.
First class Horseshoing SCHICKRAM (EL WICKMAM
CIIA3. l'O.SU Vrwldeut. HATTIE M. VOND Boo'- Wni I. MATHI8lTra
GUTHRIE LAUNDRY CO.
Pp-town OMc t Tan! ywmn' aar IVIoBm
Agents Wanted In Every Town
foi bargains in
Wm 8. Otllcs Cashier.
If you will pay a visit to th
Carriage and Wagon Works
B22 b. Division st
We will show youliow we
tiuliten loose wsurou and bunirv
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