The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 32, Ed. 1, Wednesday, August 5, 1903 Page: 6 of 8
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KM JCKAMTW MKXRIK MgAMaWft WEDNE8DAY AUGUST 5 1903.
FIYE ROUTES ARE
More Avenues for
Mail to be Opened
Three thousand and two hundred
pooplo In Logan county outside of
Ontario liayo tholr mali delivered al-
most at tholr door every day of tho
wook except Eunday. by Uio flvo rural
route carriers whloh drive out of tha
Guthrio offlco yard oach morning. The
flvo carriers travel ovor 128 mllos of
roiul oach day In order to give Logan
county people tholr mall.
For fomo tlmo tho lmslnosB
Have nmdt Inquiries of Postmaster
McCoy of tho gnneral direction num
The Spirit of America
is exemplified in America's greatest food product -
A food for body and brain workers
almost all nutriment. A food for busy people-
quickly bought and convenient.
The most skillful baking in the world
money cannot buy better yet sold at a popular price 5c.
A necessity for their food value and economy.
A luxury in their goodness and cleanliness.
Always packed in the In-er-seal Package
which preserves the goodness "of
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
north two mllos oast to Guthrio.
Length of route 26 miles; area cover-
od 34 squaro mllos; number of
house." on route 130; population serv-
ed G50. Carrier. William P. Klllough.
Houto No. G. Beginning at tho city
ra9n limits at tho southeast cornor of sec
tion 5 Guthrio township and extend-
ing north three mllog. thonco west
bor of person sorvrtsnd distance y on(J m0 north two mloa
from tho city of each rural mule The' omhaf mllo nortu to mlQdlo
postmaster ha answered these '"-' of wost section lino of section 1C.
qulrles. For Uu vonvoulence of the WoodIand township 0P.& raic west two
Bii8lni- men. The Leader has" com- . ... rth ono mllo
piled tho following bit of Intereetlng to wlhwt ono-quartor section 35.
JRose Hill township one-half mile
I noglnr.lng at tho city north on section line to Acton post-
limits at the south wwrt corner of nee- .office and return two mllos oast ono
flon .1 Guthrie township and proceed- mile south threo mllos oast six miles
ihg duo oust on the section line two south to Guthrio. Longth of routo.
miles; thence throe miles north four twenty-six and one-half mllos; area Dysentery Cured Without the Aid of onrinir Mnlra
a Doctor. Etrim
Sometimes a man's shady character
keeps him In hot water.
What a pity It Is that popular the- Alfalfa 5 12. W
orlos are not always practical! Hay V.ilQ
Hay baled 10.00
Some men would dlo young If they Hanl y e?
were compelled to work for a living. g0ft --hoat .70
" Corn .55
Train up a hired girl In tho way sho Di-an per 100 .80
snould go and It won't bo long until shorts per 100 ... .u .35
sho's gono Flour per 100 1.S5
' Oats .45
Tho gontlomen with tho clovon hoof
usually travels with tho gentleman
who has a clovon breath.
ATTORN EY8 AT LAW.
Frank Dale. A. Q. C Blorcr
DALE & DIERER.
Anderson Building Oklahoma nrn
CHAPPELL & MINTONYE
t'ractice In all court? Rooms 3 4 6.
New Adlei Eldg.
Phone 63L Uuthrlo Okla
Insurance. Real Estate
Agent for leading fire iusurance
Olice: Riir tf.inlc of India
FOR RENT Ono front and ono rcaj
room on Harrison avenuo: SIR nnJ
rTVJUO HJP41 month. Address "R". caro Leader.
Hyglenlst and Electrical Specialist
Offlco 210 East Oklahoma avenue
over liconomy Grocery.
Ladies taking this treatment avoid
all indelicate ordeals. No charge foi
Five cents per lino first insertion;
two and one-half cents per lino cacti
wis. ball-ivo gooa lots in noTl
town of Hunter Garflold county!
Reasonable good Investment Addroal
C T. Wish Guthrio Okla
POSITION WANTED MALE.
anajbi Young men :o learn teTual
. .. -
rapny uiq railway busings. W Kl
HKeiion Ham a k&s.
RTRANG A BLACK.
Practice in all Courts of the
M. LUTHER WEST
Insurance A QOot.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office In Adlor block south Hide 04t
mlloa oast two miles north one mile covered. 37 squaro mllos; number of
wost. ono mile north two milea woat. I houses on routo 100; populatlno sorv-
ono mile south one mile wt one'd 660. Carrier J. L. Bartlott
mllo north one mile west four miles'
(south ono mllo wost. ono and ono hnlf I Potent PHI Pleasure.
mllo south ono-half mile ot to con-' Tho pills that aro potent In tholr
tor section 1 Guthrio township ona-
half mllo south to city limits. Longth
of routo. twonty-slx and ono-half mllos;
area covered 35 squaro mllos; number
of houses on routo 140; population
served. 700 Carrier Luther Arnold.
Routo No 2 Beginning at the city
limits on tho contor section lino be-
tween sections 10 and 19 oast ono and
one-half miles one quarter mllo south
ono-hnlf mllo east three-fourths mile
north two miles oast two mlloa north.
Itvo inUos oast two mlleB south fi 'J
mllos west ono tnlie south two -nllofl
woat. ono half mllo south ono-half mile
south ono-half mile west to center of;nrokon
section 14 one-half mllo north ono and
ono-half mlloa wost to olty limits.
Ilongth of routo twonty-sevon nnd ono-
actlou and pleasant In effect aro Do-
Witt's Llttlo Early Risers. W. S.
Phllpot of Albany Ga. says "During
a bilious attack I took one. Small as
It was It did mo moro good than
oaloraol blue mass or any other pills
I over took and at tho samo tlmo it
effected mo pleasantly. Llttlo Early
Risers aro cortalnly an Ideal pill."
hoalu. and strength.
Sold by J. N. Wallace.
A married woman Is disappointed
when she starts away for a two wooks'
visit unless hor husband looks heart
Burdock Blood Bitters glvos a man
a cloar hoau an active brain a strong.
quortor mlloa; aroa oovored 38 squaro vigorous bod ii.akos him fit for tho
miles; number of houses on route. 130:
populatlcn sertI C60. Carrier. lMwin
Route No 3 Beginning at the city
limits nt ihe northwest corner of sec-
tion 16 Guthrie township and oxtend
Ing one-half mile outh to center sec-
tion 15 ono-half mile east one mile
louth on section line to tnlddlo of tho
east section lino oC section 32 one
mile east one half mile south one
mllo east one-half mile south one
mllo oit aenmg section 30. Bear
Greek township one-half mile north
battle of life
( Furnished by W. H. Merten com
"I am Just up from a hard spoil of Butter
tho llux" (dysontory) says Mr. T. A. Cabbage por lb
Pinner a well known merchant of Apples per bu
Drummcnd. Tonn. "I used ono small rotators Pr uu
bottle of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera 0ur best Bncap aro selllg at from
and Diarrhoea Romody and was cured $3.75 to J4.00 wo haYO sold throe car-
without having n doctor. I consider It ioaQ8 wedesday for ?4.00 per hundred
tho host cholera modlclno In tho ; pounjs as BKown below. If wo should
world." There is no need of employing
a doctor whan this remedy Is Used tor
no doctor can prescribe a bettor med-
icine for bowol complaint In any form
either for chlldron or adults. It never
falls and Is pleasant to take. For sale
by tho Eagle drug store.
Guthrl Towel Supply.
Towels and aprons of all kinds fur
nlshed at very reasonablo rates. See
mo beforo you buy. Walter Hammock
with Guthrio Laundry Co.
ASP & COTTINGHAM
Attorneys-at Law j
Omce In Victor nioct Out brie. OMa.
115 West Okla. Ave. Guthrie.
I al.-o solicit perspective work and
wash drawings from
PAUL R. BR.OWN. M. LVJ
Dr. PAUL R. BR.OWN.Jr
Rooms 0 7 10 No. 10p West
Especial attention devoted to sur-spry.
Are you a deputy United Statec
Marshal or posseman? If so. yov
need a day book. Special printed
forms. For sale bj rhe loador.
A Constant Drain
a uuuu inu oysiwii.j
Nothinir is a source of o much trouble ns an old sore or ulcer. nartieuJ
larly when located upon the lower extremities where the circulation is weak
and sluggish. A gangrenous eating ulcer upon the leg is a frightful sight
and as the poison burrows deeper and deeper into the tissue beneath and the
sore continues to spread one can almost see the flesh melting away and fee)
the StrCUKtU coinir Out With the Sickening discharges. Oreat ninntnir son
ono and seva-etghts miles east on and deep offeusive ulcers often develop from a simple boil swollen eland
coctlon lino to one-eighth mile of ne. bruise or pimple nnd area threatening danger always because while all
cornor sooUon 28. Bear Creek town- 8UCU sore8 are not cancerous a great many are and this should make yon
ship one-eighth mile south one- suspicious of all chronic slow-healing ulcers and sores particularly if can.
eighth mile east to east section line of 5? $ J.m Commoa d cauae toe
section 28 Boar Creek township two istcnt nnd unsjgiitly anti dctract so
and seven-eighths miles south one- much from one's personal appearance
quarter mile southwest acres the Middle aged and old people and
northenst quarter section No. 0 Spring- those whose blot' is contaminated nnd
lalo township one-ouarter mile tainted with the ge ms nnd poison of
slightly nortbwmt to the north line malaria or some pjevious sickness are
" . .. . . the chief sufferers from chronic sores
section 9. bprtugvale township one- andulcers While the blood remains in
half mile west along the section line nn unhealthy polluted condition heal-
to the site of the old Bmilah postofflce. ' ing i impossible and the sore will
(H. AllwiM rrnej ) oneialf mil continue to grow and spread in spite of
north one mile west on half section washes and salves or any superficial or
line to hte mlddl of the woat line of furface treatment for the sore is but
h.Uf nule irit-KiiUilr no.thwet skirt the M(hm1 RIul Bysttm wh!cll locnl
uS tr r.h . .nn apriuKvaie aiii remedies cannot cure. A blood purifier Kansas Olty Mo I
Bear Creek tnwuliiii three fwirths ami tonic is what you need. Some-
mile went ontMiuartct irlle uorth and thing to cleanse the blood restore its lost properties quicken the circula-
back to asotiim lino .ue and one-half tioa and invigorate the constitution and S. S. S. is just such a remedy
mile wwt on..q..-.ter mile noithwest . S- S' S. reachea these old chronic sores through the blood. It goes to
. ... . . the very root of the trouble and counteracts und removes from the blood all
o wiihiust m....u-tr mectlc 35 Ule inp7uritie8 and ison3( nnd KraduaIly build3 up the entire system and
Guthrie township .tiree fourths mils strengthens the sluggish circulation and when the blood has been purified
norui. onemiK'WfM ruree miiee norui Mr ar-m . and the system purged of all morbid
to llUUirie i.nirtti of route. 32 miles
SORES OH BOTH ANKLES. !
Gentlemen : About ten years ago
mall sot otmi on each of my ankles
Sew got Into the place and they be
oun Urire eating uloere and I aot
fered Intensely for nearly ten years
I bad spent more than 8000.00 try-
ing to get -well when X chanced to
see 8. 8. 0. adyertlsed tn a Memphis
paper. X began to take it and was
cured. Iffy limbs have neyer been
aora or given ma any pain at all
atnoe. X have recommend d S. S. B
to a irreat many people and am now
divine it to my nine-year-old eon for
Eczema. During- my long- alokneia X
wta Irvine near Memphie Tenn. bnt
have atnoe romoved to Ranaaa ?itr.
and am now residing at No. a 14
East Sixteenth Street.
Mrs. S. A. XXABRIS.
Kanaaa OUy Mo.
havo a heavy run we would not be
surprised to see them drop 35 conta
per hundrod at any time.
50 avorace 250 $6.15
Cl average 233 6.10
79 average 229 6.05
8T average 211 6.00
8S avorago 201 6.00
88 average 202 6.00
76 averago . . . .'. ...208 6.90
94 average 176 5.85
133 avorago 92 ?4.00
129 avorage 91 400
131 avorago 94 4.00
136 averago 89 3.80
Ccws and Heifers.
23avorage. 986 2G6
2C avorago 83B ' 2.55
23 avorago 918 2.50
78 avorago 138 4.00
28avcrago 210 4.00
7 averago 937 2.65
8 averago 786 2.60
lOavorago 570 2.40
17 averago 851 2.35
22averago .....848 2.30
29 avorage 623 2.15
63 averago .172 $4.50
SO avorage ...175 4.00
I Wt Price.
1 avorago 1250 ?4.7E
22 avorage 1135 4-30
23 average 1096 3.80
4R average 939 U.65
23-averaga 1048 3.C5
25 averago 1047 3.50
20 avorago . a 977 3.10
15 average 1013 3.60
27 average 906 3.35
15 average 000 3.36
28 averago 887 3.30
31aversgo 897 3.36
J. W. SLAOE M. D D. 0.
Treats all Diseases
As each individual
All calls night or day
Kooras2r-M J3-2J-106 W Harrison Are.
Phone 200. Guthrie Okla
Btxrber Shop and Becth
Our workmen' reputation r Srst das
servl'es extend all orer the southwest
and we pay espe:tal attention to vis-
tors to the Capital City.
James Hill Proprietor.
National Coffee &
Importers and Retail Dealers in
Tickots for Premiums given with each purchase
A. C. Offhausen. Mgr.
ouaVAnve.a1 Guthrie Okla.
ATTENTION AGENTS! Life of Pop.
Leo XHf now ready. Beautiful 1
color memorial lithograph free wit
book. PuKishod in English Frond
Italian Spanish. German and DutcM
Endorsed by Cardinal Gibbons. Coifl
uiius uiu HLcyQiicat loners on raigiou
marriage divorce froum.asonry labol
etc. Frolght paid. Credit riven. Ou-
fit free. American Publishing Col
GIN LOCATION Free gin slto give
In Castle Creok nation. Indian teJ
rltory. New town excellent location
No gin theie. Largo crop assurod. GlJ
must be built at onco. Addre s 1
Smith Western Railroad Townsite Cc
Weloetka 1. Ti
MEN WANTED At Parksburg Oklt'
on the K. C M. & O R R 1C
miles wes. of Oklahoma City on tb
Choctaw. All summor's xork Inquli
at office of O'Donnel Construction Ct
i-uai ueiween uranu ljeader ar
StttmpfTs hardware store a pock
uook containing ?ii.oo some snip
change and a deposit ticket at Car
tol Nutlonal bank also a door ko
Owner will pay liberal reward for r
turn to Stumpff's hardware store
MANAGER WANTED Authoriztl
Life of Popo Leo XIII. TrustwortM
lady or gentleman In each uitrlct
manage our Dttsinoss and start agon
iu uiu suiu ui iuo uuicmi anu aumc
Ued Llfo of Popo Loo XIII Bo
Issued under tho Imprimatur of C.
dlnal Gibbons nnd endorsed bv t
leading arcublshops and pries
throughout tho United States at
Canada; printed in both English a I
French; 120.00 straight cash sala.1
and expenses paid each week dire
from hoadquarteis; expense roou'j
advanced; position permanent t
dress David B. Clarkson 321 Dearbw
J4.000 PRIVATE FUNDS to loan
city property. Money ready i
ply to I. B. Green 'Phone 47.
Entire Change of Program
Positively the best attrac-
tions ever in Guthrie.
Leading features are the
Two Lnd Ol Ha.lf and
Harvey (EL Hednes
Open every night corner
2nd and i-arrison.
C. F. Rcttick Mgr.
THE ST. PAUL ART CALENDAR.'
Six Sheets. 10x15 Inches-
Sent by mall on receipt of 25 eft
unhealthy matter the healing process Jn stamps or coin.
aroa oovered 2 square miles: num 1 I V V bejnns. ana the ulcer or sore is soon
her of bouiie en route 105 population V I tircly gone.
sei-ved 6&0 Carrier. Malhew 8 Allen K.j) SaaJ Kl S. S. S. contains no mineral or poison-
.... ... .. L7-if LTT-r av ous drugs of any description but is guar-
RouUp No 1 -neelnnlng at the city V S - antced a purely vegetable remedy a blood
llmlta at the norUieaat oomer of purifier and tonic combined and a safe and permanent cure for chronio sorca
Uim 18 Guthrie township extending and ulcers. If you have a alow-healing sore of any kind external or Internal
wat on section lines ten miles thonco write us about it aud our physicians will advise you without charge Bok
ono mile south one mile west one on The Blood and Its Plseascs M free.
jwihMionUiy nine jnlleaoaisttw.mll i . . . .. irf 3W1FT 3rGinG CO ATLANTA C4 at Leader office r
F. A. Hlllor
General Pasaensrdr Aent
Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul Rail-
way Company Cktc go IlL
Old papers clean and folded already
Hod and wady to carry. 35c huudrod
The Gentleman's Resort j
The best of Wines Liq-
uors and Cigars
L- D Fossett Prop.
STRAYED OR STOLEN from bam j
C17 North Bread stroot Guthrio
Sunday night Aug. 2 1003. ono sor
mare weight about 750 pounds ma I
had been roachod from forotop b
about 14 Inchoe and partly grown J
again the bridle bit marks In corn
of mouth Indlcato a tender moil J
ilUl ucm fc (w w VAViki
VENTED To rout good snow vl
dowo -nd plently of floor spaco
ply at harness shop of Gardner & (1
114 East Oklahoma avenuo
Drs. Clark 61 C
Toe famous Chicago B
lallsts are now visit
come of theprlucipaicli
and towns tn OKlahil
regularly fr tbe Denell
me anuoica wioareu'i
or otherwise to go to
cnicago tur treatment
All forms of chronic ner
vous and private diseases
of both sexes Cures guar
auteed Consultation and
adv.ee free. See them at
tbe Kits hotel In Outbrle
TUESDAY SEPT 1
One day onltt returning
monthly. Mail should be
Url. dark SCto. box T Wu am. I
lmmntsi a larutlaut sTrowln.
Hvr raUU to BMtore OtAj
uair o I xouiafut iiur
W-WM rtup aiKutiji sftir isu.
I The Keeley Cui
I Cures whiskey. Morohtne. ( mc1
l Tobacco Toe only Keeiev lum ne 10 j
as UEiaaoma aijn inauu irirur! v
liahed In Dallas. ll
TUB lieeiar inniiiui-1
nellvue 1'Ui.- patlas IV xl
J 11 Keith. I'roprtetoi
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Minvn Whlrllnn SJ
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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/m1/6/: accessed November 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.