The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 32, Ed. 1, Wednesday, August 5, 1903 Page: 3 of 8
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THK LEADER UTHfllEf OKLAHOMA WEDNE80AY AU0U8T 8 19(J3.
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RAILROAD TIME TABUS
O LOCAL POINT8. O
0 45nt woa
Los An e
' a 25 pm Lv
3 uu pm j.v
3 12 pra I.v
fa 23 ptn Lv
3 41 pm L.Y
fl M pm LY
10 is am Lv
1130 am Lr
4 10 om lt
4 IS pm Lv
STATIONS Ex. Sun 400
. . Quibrle
. ATery. ..
. Rtnler .
4 36 cm IjT StlllTf aler
f4 6pmIT. .. Yott ...
i 10 pm Lt Olencoe
5 40paiLr .. ..Pawnee ..
10 pm Lt Stedee . .
a 40 pm Ar Kalaton .
.. . Lv8 42am
. Lv 8 SO am
. Lv 8 00 am
Ar 0 55 am
A 4 55 pm
Ar 1 38 am
. lt 30 am
. . lv 7 13 am
. . Lt 0 41 am
... Lt fl 15 am
. . Lt 5 41 am
Lr 5 15 am
145 am. 14.1 pm
144 pm. 148 pm.
Si? Lt uutbrle Ar 1 li
Beward LrltM 6 41
N.Vina LT12 4I 827
Cash Ion LV12K 8 01
in n ii r V T T9v
VIA. U4kti V J.
4 25 Ar Kingfisher Lv 113 5 00
Tho fanners in thin vicinity have
commenced cutting their corn shock-
ing lt for winter food. Tho corn crop
la considered made and U tho host In
tho history of this region. There Is
an Increased acreago and a larger
yiold per aero. Tho oars are very
largo and all farmors express tho
greatest satisfaction regarding this
Oklahoma is to hare an exhibit of
poultry at tho St. Louis exposition
Tho commission announces through
Secretary Fred L. "Wennor that C. Q.
Woodworth of Omega will show some
of his standard strains of chickens
ducks geese turkoys pot stock and
pigeons. Mr. Woodworth oxpocts to
exhibit at least a hundred varieties.
The twenty-two mile extonslon of
tho Orient railroad from Carmen to
Falrvlow Okla.. bogan operations yea-
terdny. giving the latter town Its first
railway connection with tho outside
world. Wthln eighteen months the
official say tho Orient lino will
have been c mpleted to Ssa Angolo
Texas and through connections can
then bo made with tho Mexican Na
tional and Mexican 'International rail-
roads to tho City of Moxlco and the
port of Tampti).
BEST FOR THE
It yoo boTaVt a reznlir fctatthr tnoTamont ot tka
bowtlt open. nd bo wall roree. In th. ahapo of
TlatontpnTilo rrplll poll on li dtsttroai. Th
moothaat aaslait moat perfect war of kaaptag
ouo iru-o .. mu ncaa IB to toaa
A RULINLf? OF INTEREST.
Concerning Bridges Built From 8ates
of Town Lot.
Choctaw Oklar.oma Qulf.
No No.l STATIONS No 2
p m k la
8 20 8 20
9 0 7 15
20 Ort 8 II
11 fit II
1 20 10 35
Tho Ladl03 of tho Maccabevs will
have another picnic Thursday evening.
taking tho steam yacht st 5:30. The
married ladles aro reqaested to bring
thotr husbands and tho young ladles
to Invito gontlemen and lady friends
Bathing bean-bag and target practice
will be onjoyod.
EAT EM LIKE CANDY
Plaaaaat Palatable Potest Teat OooA. Da
flood NataK Slakes TTeakea or Orlpei 10 1 and
W testa pirboi. Writ tor free a ample and eook-
tj.va noaua Aoortii u
Starling Rtmarft Company CMctot er New Tori
KEEP YOUR 1L00D GLEAN
BUILDING BILL ROW
Likely to Be Repeated In the Next
Unloss statehood comes this winter
there will bo ano'hor public building
bill fight In tho next territorial legis-
lature that will in flerconoss have no
predecessor In territorial history. It
has boon thought that tho congression-
al enactment forbidding tho location
and oroctlon of public buildings la this
torrltory was In force until statehood
comes but an examination of tho bill
reveals tho fact that ho enactment by
congress aflectod tho Sovonth legisla-
Such being tho fact there Is nothing
to prevent tho Eighth legislative as-
sembly from locating all the public
buildings needed In tho territory The
matter was spoken of today by Gov-
ernor Ferguson who stated that trie
congressional ona;tmont affected only
the Inst legislature.
A ruling of Interest to tho three
now counties has recontly boon mado
from tho Interior dopartment through
tho govornor to tho board of county
commissioners It Is In regard to tho
building of bridges In tho now coun-
ties and spooks of what bridges only
the lot salo roorfey can bo approprl-
Tho govornor says: As you will ob-
serve from tho lottor enclosed the
department will not authorizo pay-
ment for culverts loss than 20 foot
long holding that such expenditures
CMcsssorHawTerk. ishould bo mado from funds provided
by tho laws of Oklahoma You will
ob&ervo from copy of lottor tho fol-
lowing: "that in future tho dopart-
ment will not consider requisitions for
culverts or bridges of less longth than
twenty feL nor will It pay for such
structures out of tho fund derived from
the salo of town lots at Anadarko
Lawton and Hobart respectively
where tho bridges or culverU have
been built without authority from tho
secretary of Uio Interior."
5155). m. .. ..
;35 p. m
"7:02 p. m
Denver Enid and Qulf.
Guthrie .-Ar. S:00 p. in.
. Crescent 1:10 p m.
Marshall ...is:wi p. m.
... . UouRlaB.. 11:53 a.m.
... A.V.Croaslns. i
7:00p.m....... ...Fairmont II :30a.m.
A.V. Crossing -
C R.I. & P. Crossing
.00p.m. .. .. Enid 11:00a. m
?. E. & G. RATES AND DISTANCES.
List of stations on this now line and
rates and distances from Enid to-
.gothor with through rates from 1m-
a w w w s 2
B STATIONS i & g 5"
Sg ' e Q ?
J ! 5 B
0 Enid 15 55 18 85 fit 50 J22 SO
12 Fairmont . f 35 16 00 20 16 50 22 60
19 Oouxlas ... 60 16 Ij 9 45 15 60 22 50
27 Marshal .. 80 16 27965 15 602250
42 Crescent . 125 16 27 965 15 502250
56 Outhrle 1 70 16 S7 9 85 15 50 22 50
Vacation outings among snow-
clad peaks and flashing trout
.streams of Colorado.
Low-rate excursions all summer.
Cheap prices at resort hotels
or camp out.
Go there on the
the Santa I'e's superb new train
Kansas City-to Pueblo Colorado
Springs and Denver.
Xuxuriously 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.
After ovory old flim-flam game has
suffered Itself to bo worked to a frai-
zle in Oklahoma Its promotors usually
emlgrato to Indian territory where
thoy ply thoir graft oven inoro suc
cessfully than In Oklahoma. Tho "all-
buttor" schomo howovor didn't work
in Oklahoma bocauBO Secretary Tho-
burn of tho board of agriculture took
a hand. But the fellows did try It ov-
er In Indian torrltory and had It not
boon for tho publicity whl'h tho thing
secured In tho fltst named territory
thore might havo been a lot of gulll-bles.
Mrs. Flynn's Condition.
A letter received by a friend from
ox-Dolegate Dennis Flynn says:
"Mrs. Flynn is a vory sick woman
and twice wo havo despaired of her
Ufo. She seems to Improvo for a few
days and then goes back again. We
could only toko her hero an hour's
rldo from New York City that being
all she could stand. God only knows
tho outcome. Wo aro doing all that
can bo done."
Save the Children.
Ninety-nine of every one hundred
diseased that children havo u.-e due
to disorders of the stomno5 and these
disorders are all caurod by Indiges-
tion. ICodol Dyspepsia Cure Is Just
as good for children as lt Is for adults.
Children thrive on lt. It keeps their
llttlo stomachs sweet nnd encourages
their growth and Qovolopment4 Mrs.
Henry Cartor. 706 Central St. Nosh-
vlllo Tonn.. says: "My llttlo boy U
now three years old nnd has been
suffering from Indlgsfltlon over since
hn was born. I havo had tho best
doctors In Nashville but failed to do
blm any good. Aftor tiBlng one bottle
of Kodol he is a woll baby. I recom-
mend It to all sufferers." Kodol di-
gests what you oat and mnkos the
Sold by J. N Wallace.
Th Death Penalty.
A llttlo tiling somotimes results In
doath. Thus a more scratch Insignif
icant cuts or puny bolls havo paid tho
death penalty. It Is wlso to havo
Bucklon's Arnica Salvo ever handy.
It's tho best salvo on earth and will
prevrnt fatality when Burns Soros
Ulcers and Piles threaten. Only 25c
at F. B. Lllllo and Co.'s drug store.
Every dealer selling oil must havo
tags. $1.50 per thousand at Leader
Seo our S76.C0 and $90.00 rubber tiro
blko wagons tho host gbods for tho
money that was over brought to
Outhrlo. J. S. Lyon corner Division
and Oklahoma avenue.
Tho Leader has In stock overy
blank used In Oklahotra; 1.C00 dif-
HERE ARE BARGAIN8.
Bargains In farm and city property
Come and see Schultz & Rltterbusch
No. 113 South Second street.
Eat All You Want
Persons troubled with Indigestion
or dyspepsia can eat all thoy want If
thoy will take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure.
This remedy prepares tho stomah for
tho recaption retention digestion and
assimilation of all of tho wholesomo
food that may be oaten and enables
tho digestive organs to transform the
samo into tho kind of blood that gives
of E. C. DeWitt & Co.. Chicago.
Sold by J. N. Wallace.
Take this Chance to Go to California
or the Puget Sound.
August 1st to 14th Inclusive $47.50
round trip from St Louis and $45.00
from Kansas City and St. Josoph. Con-
suit nearest ticket agent about our
through tourist sleepers to California
Cheap to Cool Colorado.
Evory day wo sell excursion tick-
ets to Colorado and Utah raeorta at
approximately half rates with return
limits all summer.
To Minnesota's Beautiful Resorts.
Dally round trip tickets to all Min-
nesota rosoru at a more triflo over
half rates. With her 10000 lakes
Minnesota offers a wealth of sum-
mer attractions. Write for a list of
Minnesota boarding bousee and hotels.
USE ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE.
A powder to be shaken into tb
shoes. Your feot fool swollen ner-
vous and hot and get tired easily. If
you havo aching feet try Allen's
Foot-Ease. It rests tho foot and
makes now or tight shoos easy. Cures
aching Bwollon sweating feot blis-
ters and callous spots. Relievos
corns and bunions of all pain and
givos rost and comfort Try It today.
Sold by all druggists and shoe deal
ers 2Be. Don t accept any suusuuiia
Trial psckago FRUB.. Address Alton
S. Olmsted Le Itoy N. Y.
Our price are right our vehicles
unsurpassed. See our $76 00 to buggy
and we havo thorn as I07; as $50.00
J. S. Lyon corner Division ana 0kls
Group Instantly relieved. Dr. Thom-
as' EcIoctrJo Oil. Porfeotly safe. Nover
falls. At any drug store.
X" 58 ADAMS ST.CHICAED.
Nothing has ever equalled it
Nothing can ever surpass it
For All Throat and
Trial BottUi fr.
J. W. Ferrlor. the old reliablo watch
maker and optician has ranted room
No. 3 over No. 114 East Oklahoma
avenue from Aug. 1 where ho expects
to do the bast watch work In the city
and fit eyes to perfection. The clean-
est nicest shop in Oklahoma.
Panama Hats V1 ltna
- .. .. ...
mi ifHK a jini.
Chat Filson Palace Uarber Shop. 5
Cor 2n J and Okla Av tP
The Denver Enid
& Gulf R. R.
Through Rates to all
Via Enid O. TM
in connection with the
Frisco System and
Rock Island System
For information call on or ad-
dress A. J. CORKINS. Agent
D. E. & G. R. R . Guthrie or
J. J. Cnnninghain
P. & P Dept. Snid O. T.
3T3L3 JLSSfl -
published in Dally
August 1 1903.)
Application for Liquor License.
Torrltory of Oklahoma County
Notice 1b hereby given that
has this day filed In the offlco of the
The first and third Tuesdays 0ri County Clerk. In and for said County.
hU petition asking that a license be
granted him to sell at retail malt
spirituous and vinous liquors on
Se section 21. township 10 range
1 West In Town of Meridian In said
If no protest be filed on or beforv
each month at approximately lialf
rates to seo the maghlfloent crops of
the west nnd northwest and- to help
you secure a home In that rapidly de-
velonlnr redon. h
Write us describing your trip The; County aud Territory
nnrHnefnn TJnes Are the Main Trav
iilal T7nnr)o thmill-h thft VUt nil . AuK- IB- 1808.
WVU AfH wwd w ti ww ---
L. J. Brlcker L. W. Wakeley
T. P. A. 823 Main St. O. P. A.
KanBas City. Mo St Louis Mo.
F. C. Sharon
S. W. P. A. 823 Main St
Kansas Olty. Mo.
IWakss KJdasya and Bladder Right
hi potltton wilt be granted and 11
Witness my hand and tho seal c
said county hereto affixed Udf
1st day of August 1903.
N. J. C. Johnson
Attorneys can have briefs print-
in a few hours time.
Proofs Read and Revised.
DEATH TO HAIR-
ROOT AND BRANCH
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me to a or oot
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ftwl fcad ftll other fur t niufto-tbM of abtvlwUly
Swojlay fufMKlli. h.tr. tvA and bfMt ft sMtailr
pftrauatraly whether u t uiuWtlt r r gftmth ii IX
Meek all Mir or trm. i u u. too r'to mmMif la
ih vy tie aiiou or mow tcntiti.c ikla
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trlol mm h Met. frt of th.f to ov U4f ho iil
MtftllW HJrtlluv ik0r la ttitt poper. Wttlu
oi.t It ccat olcwot von raa mo for orol.i t H 4l-
roveftfH tiMorldoocoof your oft 0an40lll alMft coa.
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4I I4 oa of o of rao fioolaet drawbocit lopttlocl
lotalfartt. (H rvwtr. of graob sl o tho loco tr
far children! toe min So oolattv
I a rxtwoaal rlitmnmloa or our
trtalurat cooH jroa ruhly A trill IUko MM mImo.
Me roa caa mt aoknoUaatl 0O-.0 slit liitjKl 1 Ma4.
taf I oauapa for rawUAf .
THE MISSES BOX.
78 auttf SO Fifth Avmnum MowYarlr
VwJBft Tr .t cigar that I
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"Nice Things tor the Table"
Canned Meats Etc.
Roast Beef Potted Ham
Corned Beef. Boned Turkey. HIGH
Sliced Dried Beef Deviled Chicken QUALITY
Corned Beef Hash Deviled Turkey
Veal Loaf Chili Con Carne
LOW Chicken Tamale Cove Oysters
PR.ICE Pigs Feet Columbia River Salmon.
Vienna Sausage French Sardines
Fancy oil and mustard Sardines.
Van Camp's Baked Beans and Tomato Sauce.
Van Camp's Red Kidney Beans.
The proper goods for the proper btason
S. W. SCHMIDT Proprietor
Phone 700. 210 E. Okla. Ave.
'Eternally Saving the people Money."
To Eureka Springs
AUG. 7 1903
Train leaves Oklahoma City at 10.20 a.m. and 5:50 p.m.
Tickets limited to return within ten days from dote of sale. Ad-
dress the undersigned for full information.
W. Baker G. A. Oklahoma City. J. fl. Grothei T. P. A
Not necessary to learn to play any Instrument. Duy the new
up-to-dato Graphonhone. Reprjdui.e perfectly band or
encstra violin piano cornet ana tuc Human voice.
IIIE DISC CRAFHOWIONt 15 MADC IN THRft TYPtS
S" $ 1 5 $20 and $30
7-Inch records 50 cents each;
$5 per dozen.
(0-inch records SI cuch;
S'O per dozen.
Columbia I Ugh Speed Moulded Records fit all type of talking machlnu.
Using cylindrical records and are supcuur to all other.
Columbia Phonograph ComcinBj
(CttAND FUIZC PARIS 1900)
SO Wabash Ave. GNtGAGG ILL
1 53 i I Kaiioy
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 32, Ed. 1, Wednesday, August 5, 1903, newspaper, August 5, 1903; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc72120/m1/3/: accessed November 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.