The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 49, Ed. 1, Wednesday, August 26, 1903 Page: 3 of 8
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THE LEADER tsUTHRIE OICUAHOMA WEDNESDAY AUGUST 28 1903.
Local Happenlno of City and Terri-
tory Briefly Told.
Sterling's silver cornet band will
play at the SL Louis opposition noxt
El Reno citizens are vigorous a
their protests against tho removal of;
Fort llano to Fort Sill.
Fvo head of horaos stolon by tho
Colby gang were recently Identified as
belonging to dtoo Indians. (
Several Cleveland county men have
gono to Old Mexico to look Into tho
condition and to spend the tlmo hunt-
ing and Hshlng.
J. Ware Buttorflold an attornov of
Topoka Kas. says ho Is going to move I ODO f Ul "0St comrn0tt 8mP-
ott his claim In tho "now" country1 toms of kldncy trouble and
sometime thl3 fall
Dickson announ'cos that It wants a
lawyer doctor a depot and olovntor
and 6000 people to buy choap lots
and b';lld good roaldencos. '
IngerscJl wheat buyers have run
the price of tho grain up to 69 &
!onts a bushel. In Klngflshor It is re-
ported as having sold at 08 cents a
Theodore Stottsman a wealthy farm-
or of Minnesota was In tho vicinity
of Sterling tho other day and took
occasion to --.vest $2600 In tho Sharp
t&rm .icar" there.
About all of Carwilo will bo moved
away this week. It is said that n'.l to
remain will -bo a preacher saloon
keeper and ono morchant who will
keep the postofflce.
AHno Concord grapes seem to nave
taken tho blue ribbon for appearance
this season. Some of thtj Individual
grapes measured a llttlo more than
three Inches la circumference.
C. D. Wolla a Kingfisher man. will
Jeave In a few days for South Amerl.
ca whore ho is to represent a har-
vester company of this co.mtry. He
has mado this trip on a similar nilH-
fllou annually for tho last four years.
Edmond poach producers are ship
ping 500 baskets of that fruit each
day. They are receiving net .'oturns
of from $1.S6 to $4 a bushel. And
own mo rauroaa agent mere naa a
hard time Inducing them to start ship
It Is remarked by a Hobart papor
that "There is not a pound 0f good
-country butter in town but plenty of
tho renovatv.i country 6tuf that tums
into nasty greaj . as soon as takon out
of the refrigerates . That state
inont Is used as argument In favor of
the establishment of a creamery In
Tho national schools of the Choctaw
nation will open September 1.
The Rock Island has discontinued
ono of Its trains between Chlckasha
Now buildings aro rapidly taking
the place of the ruins of the lato lire
George S. Bailey who shot and kill-
od Sam P. Drown at Mountain Park
was released on un $8000 bond.
Tho Muskogee Union has almost
nnlshod toJ. from the .j
river to tho 'Katy" right of way at
A Lawton lawyer who tried to r
... K a .
rln thw goods of a local aaloon
4.rw uoUk m.w ii .nun ! to
sa'onn Veeoi- hit htm in
Tha HA JL nil 11 J ...
a regular passenger train between I
Ardmore and Toxarkana. to oonnaet at'
Hugo for Pari and at MadM. with
Salllaaw bakarlca ship linMd to Ar
Puny babies become strong
and robust babies when fed
on Mellin'a Food. MelUn's
Food gives strength.
You will b clsJ that you tat for a sample
of MalUa'a Poo4 when you sea bow taftrly
baby takta It
mjr FOR Vf AND lk-a
i!)dOOOCVBIUN3 POOD CO BOsVi'-M MASS.
Backache is a forerunner and
ono of tho most common syinp-
READ MISS BOLLMAN'S EXPERIENCE.
" home time ago 1 was in a very.
weaic condition my wort made mo
nervous and my back ached frightfully
all the tlmo and I had terrible head-
aches. " My mother got a bottle of Lydta
E. IMnkham'g Vcrrctablo Com-
j)Ound for me and it seemed to
strengthen my back and help me at
once and I did not get so tired as
before. I continued to take St and it
brought health and strength to me
and I want to thank you for the
good It baa done me." Miss Katb
Uollman U2nd St. fc Wales Ave.
New York City. -t50OO forfeit If or I final of
about Utter croelng atnulnenttl cannot 6 products.
Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable
Compound cures becauso It Is
the greatest known remedy for
kidney and womb troubles!
Every woman who is puzzled
about her condition should write
to Mrs.PInkliam at Lynn Mass
and tell bcr all.
BRANDS OF CHEESE.
GorRomnln la it Cli-ee to Sircnr r
Llmlmruer to Svienr At. I
Each country hon Its favorite cheese i
Tho Swiss mako the Oruyero choose
known more generally In this country
as Schw'.'itzerknsc. It Is made of goats'
milk ami Is full of holes caused by the
gases in fermentation. The choose U
Imitated but never equaled icre. Tb
typical English cheeso Is tho Cheddar
first mado in the English towr after
which It Is named. It Is very like
American cream cheese. Cheslre is an-
other fnvorlto English cheese while the
.fashionable cheese of the day Is Stilton
a cheese which defies Imitation. Sage
cheese first made In England Is now
made tho world over. Its distinguish-
ing characteristic Is the flavoring and
coloring of sage parsley spinach and
marigold leaves bruised and steeped.
Brio Is a popular French soft cheese
nnd Camembcrt originating In Nor
mandy is another. These cheeses aro
cured Incnves where the temperature i
never rises above 12 to 14 degrees.
They are ready for marketing in May
and November. Roquefort a celebrated
French cheese Is made from the min-
gled milk of goats and sheep that
browse on tho thyme clad banks of tho
Arno In western France. These cneascs
are also ripened In caves but the torn-
peraturo Is kept at 40 degrees.
Akin to the Iloquefort cheeso Is that
called Gorgonzola made In Italy after
slmllnr processes. It Is milder than
Roquefort and not quite so good but It
It. sold much cheaper. Another Itallnu
cheese the Parmesan Is very hard and
Is usually grated. It Is ofjonest used
with macaroni. Another curious Italian
cheese is the Cacelocavello or horso
cheese which Is delicious and im-
proves with age. It Is cured In the skins
used In making sausages and cotnos In
' curious. snuKnevlIke ahaiwa.
Llmburjror cheese so boloved by the
Germans originated in Belgium. It Is
extraordinarily rich being allowed to
tftf- Vv ttiittirtf it jiIaii i liAttnA tfrd lv naal 9 ant-
Somo persons Wave a saying. "Cortfon-
jiola j8 n choose to swear by Llmbur-
ger to swear at" From Holland come
the Edam and the pineapple both made
'in cleanly manner nnd ver popular.
u 8 tQn ln hgtory Uiat'lule utflh
used tliolr round cannon ball like
Edam cbessos to Hlioot out of their can-
non when tho Swedes wero besloglug
Amsterdam. Philadelphia North Anier-
Killed tr Ded Man
In tho second Afghan war an Engllsb
m(r' a woil known Jordanian rode
out to tackle an Afghan chief who
after tho fashion of his countrymen
had challenged all and sundry to a
flght. Doth wero mounted. Thoy rode
round each other watching an opportu-
nity and the Englishman found bis
just a little too soon. lie rodo at the
Afghan and ran him through the heart
Just ns he was swinging his biavy
sword above bis head. The Afghan
died but the sword came down and
split the otllcer's ekull. The man was
of course dead but the weight of tho
sword brought down by hU falling
body was enough to get the blow home.
A Starr ot rtobetplerr-.
i The story Is told ot Bobesnlerre tnat
at one true when at the height of ols
power m may called upon turn be-jseecbltif-
him to spare bur husband's
j life. Ue scornfully refused. As sb
turned away she happened to tread
j upon the paw of bis pet dog Hf
: turned upon her and S6ked "Madaia
tave you no humanity?"
I ..iiaiiamip usilfi m -- as
k VrJ LLsmSksW aaH
Distrust of Lett Untitled nnrbrra.
"I have struck all kinds of barbers in
my trips about the country" said the
mail who travels "but tho ono kind'
that always makes me fwl as If I was
balanced on the very brink of eternity
Is the left handed barber. I have been
shaved by several of their class. They
have been good barbers too every one
of them but no matter how well tbey
knw their business they always gave
me a bad turn nnd every tlmo 'they
' drew the rater across my face I felt as
if life and I were about ready to part
".inipany. Of course It Is foollRh but
nowadays when I find myself asslgnc.
to a left handed barber I leave the shop
on some pretext or other and go else-
where to be beautified. Other men
whom I have sounded on the subject
have confessed to the same weakness
and women have told hip that they
j have a like unoxplainnblc dread of loft
I hnnded hairdressers. In the dressmak-
ing business too. I am told a left hand-
ed cutter nnd fitter Is pretty sure to
I give tho customer n cit)p of goose flesh.
while oven n linruilran occupation like
manicuring can always bo relied on to
produco real shivers if pursued by a
person whose cleverness lies In her loft
Doth Were Candid.
Doctor Your wife Is in n very erii
lent state and t should recommend yon
to call in some spvi fclist to consult oa
Husband There you see doctor 1
was right again f told my wife long
ogo she ought to get proper medical ad-
vice but she always thought you might
Dr. Johnson bad scant sympathy
with Inconsistent nnd arrogant Indus
try. "No man sir is obliged to do
as much as he can. A man should
have part of his llfo to himself."
A Mean Retort.
Bertha Vm sorry you asked m to
marry you. It pains mo to refuse.
Will (cheerfully Oh don't worryl
Perhaps you know bestjWhat I'm es-
caping. Saw the Whole ot It.
Alexander weeping becauso tho world
was so small has a counterpart U an
Did Inhabitant of Luss a pretty llttlo
'lllag$ on Loch Lomond side Scotland
who at last has boon persuaded to
llmb the mountain which has tilled so
targe a part of his horizon all tho days
of his life. In Luss he hns lived ns his
I fathers lived before him. and from
Luss he has ncvor had the ambition to
Journey even as far us Glasgow. But
some one got lilin to tho top of Den Lo-
mond the other day.
"Eh mon " said he with great self
congratulation "but tho world's n big
place when ye come to view tho wholo
A FurcUile Iiidlctnicnt.
Little Nell I don't llko my papa one
bit. He's awful solflsu.
Mamma lie Is?
Llttlo Noll Yes'm. lie nearly sat
' down on my 'dolly an' then 'stood of
! tnkln' another chair he took her chair
right away frpm her an' loft her on th'
i hard floor.
lie D'you know. It I were ever to see
a ghost don't you know I believe 1
should be a hopeless Idiot for the rest
of my llfo!
She (absently) Have you ever seen
a ghostT London Elif.
Tho average person wastes 'lots of
tlmo telling other peoplo things they do
uqt care to her.r.
0. K Loan Office
Monej loan d n Dtatnonda. W&tctae. Re-
volvers a-- all valor blea
Reasonable rate courteouo treatment
208 W. Harrison Guthrie.
(First published in tho Dally Leader
August 84 100S.)
Application for Liquor License.
Territory of Oklahoma County of
Notice is herely given tLat
has Ul3 day filed in the office ot the
County Clerk In and for said County
his petition ashing that a license be
gmatatt him to sail at retail malL
spirituous and vinous liquors on
Lot If blk 17 (O. P.) Third Ward
in Guthrie in said Count)- and Terri-
tory. It no protest be filed on or before
Sept. 7th. 1008
his petition will be granted and
Witness my hand and tho seal ot
said County hereto affixed this
Illh day of August. 1608.
N J. 0. Johnson
USE ALLEN'S FOOT-EA8E.
A powder to be ahitken. Into Ui
shoes. Your feet feel swollen r.er-
voua and hot and get tired easily. If
you have Achtag feet try Allen's
Poot-BaRe. It reets the feet and
makes new or tight shoes easy. Cures
sweating feet blis
ters and callous spots- Relieves
corns and bunions ef all pain and
gives rest and oomfort Try It today.
Sold by all druggists and shoe deal
era 25c. Don't accept any substitute
Trial package FREE. Address a11w
Olmsted Ie Roy N. Y
V i " ' uicciar.crj lieanes-
. . m! T m1.. YT. I.... .m &. . .
u "ittui At wogr nan in tnc stapieton
b ock. V. I. Woodruff r-res T II. YounK
Financial s-ecy . K.M. lllalr. Itec. Seer
I'alntpra Decnrittnra and 1'aper Hansen
f'J :.i".".rl.c.11 Fony-ttve thousand ttrong
In the Untteti State anil Canada. Guthrie
Lnlon 819 meet erery Friday night at 8:00
l.!'.lfalr lln- John Jaros Prea.: E. M.
Loo.l Union No. 38S J. II I. V. nt A.
Meets the nrst and third Monday nlchta of
each month at s. in Labor Hall. T. 11.
Loch! ViiIiiii IU3. I . n. of C. anil J. of A.
r. t . k T.'IT TMaj night at 8 o'clock
tn Labor Hall W 11 PulSe Pre.
Ilartenriera Intermttlniml League of Amen
lea. Local Union No 00 meets erej'r Sun
gar afternoon In the Baglcs Hall. Harry
Schellera. Prei.: frank Summing Scey.
Iluflillnsr Laborera I. p. U. r A.-LocalUn
aonlh. Wm Reed Prea
ltrnl Tlerk'a AMorlnllnn. -Local Union
day nights tn Labor Hall r L. Woodruff
va it. t Itav crvi
. ii B. W.- Local Union No. 6l aieeta every
Tuefcdav night. Arthur Carpenter. Pre.;
T Weatbrook Secy.
M. I V. of A. Local Unlou No 4 mreta ev-
ery Wednesday nlghf at 8 o'clock third
lloor I'lclor Illock.
CnUriil Aaa'u .lotirl.ryi.ien Plamhera Oaa
and Stemn Fitters. -Local Union N S
meets every Friday night In Hlnel Uroa.
?aJ08e?P(1 Stjeet. Andy IJIa:r Pres. ;
II. O. Reed Secy.
W.iM. iv.I V. of A. -Local Union No.
18 meeta every Wedneaday night at 8s00
o'clock In their halL W. IS. Innings Pre.;
Rot Jainen Secy.
I. H. O. A. of N. A.-Outhrle Branch meeta
tbetlrstand second Thursday at B-.00 p.
tn. at their hall. Uarry Pierce Secy
J.T. V of A. Local Union No. .vo meets
every Sunday afternoon at 3:30 in their
hail. S. Oltien. Prea : Harrli. Secy.
O. I' A. Local Union No. S7 meets every
Tueadaynlgbtats o'clock W. R . Graves
Pres ; Geo. Trench secy.
Guthrlo Tjfi.i)Ki"ililcl Union No 887-
meeta flrat Sunday of each month at 5:30
p. m In their hall over 107 Weat Harrison
Ave. Chas. Main President. L D. Jolley
CONSERVATORY OF FINE ARTS.
Chance for the Capital City to Make
a Splendid Investment.
A fCO.OOO conservatory building can
bo socurod for Guthrie If sufficient en
couragement from tho city and Okla-
homa can bo obtained which will cm-
braco tho following schools:
School of Music
School of iArt
School of Oratory
School of Dancing
Sohool of Languages.
No. Lea. Week.
No. Los. Weok.
No. Los. Week.
No. Los. Weok.
No. Les. Week.
No. Les. IVeelc
Those who wish to take advantage
of studying at a large conservatory
should till out the coupon application
below sending wme to this paper.
I the undersigned desire to study X
I will begin instruetions vrhea the
I will agree to take instructions for
at least one yoar.
Lessons Per Week
X (One) (Two.... (Three)
I wish to take advantage of the fol
lowing six free olaoeea.
Guardians or parents
If not of age have parents or guard
tans sign this application.
X Cross out line not needed
IF YOU LOSE....
By accident or disease THE
AETNA WILL PAY.
Its accident business is almost
double that of any othor com-
pany. Its business is backed by
sgaSiWr. "ftO. Piety Agt
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Frank Da. A. a C Alerer
DALE A DIERER
Anderson Building Oklahom. artsna
CHAPPELL & MINTONYE
Practice In all court Rooms 3 4 6.
New Adlei Bid.
Phono 631. Uuthne. Okls
UTRANQ A BLACK.
Practlco In all Courta of the
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office In Adler block south Bide Ob
DR. EULA L. HARRIS
'S . W. Okla. Ave. Deadlea DIock.
Office Hours:. 8 to 12 2 to 6.
ASP & COTTINOHAM
Once In Victor Block Qainrle. okla
VICTOR. G. HOUSTON
Insurance. Real Estate
Agent for leading fire Insurance
OJlce: Rnr Bank or India
PAUL R. BROWN. M. D.
Dr. PAUL R.. BROWN. Jr
Rooms 0 7 10 No. 103 West
Enppclal attention dovoted to sur-
gery. J. W. SUDE M. D D. 0.
Treats all Disp.-iROB
As each Individual
All calls tight or day
Koomasi-iB EMi-iM fr. Harrleon Ave
p"Qe 206. Guthrlo Okla.
Tat Optical Srcclillit
Cures Sore Eyca. Head
aches Kpllipay.st. Vitus
Dance and many other Nervous dtaorders
ivltbout druR Alio straighten Croas Eyes
without pain or operation
Koom 4 over Hank of Ind. Ty Outhrlc
V) 'fie Danderine
Btvrber Shop and Ba.th
Our workmen's reputations or flrnt clasa
services extend all orer the southwest
inune pay espe:lal attention to Tls-
tors to the Capital City.
James Hill Proprietor.
The Denver Enid
& Guif R. R.
Through Rates to all
Via Enid O T.
in connection with the
Frisco System and
Rock Island System
For Information call on or ad
dross A. J. COKKINS Agent
D. B. & G. R. R . Outhrle or
J. J. Cunningham
G. A. P. & P Dept Enid. O.T
W. T. WALKER
HOU3E8 TO RENT.
120 W. Okla. Ave. 'Phono 8K
DEATH TO HAIR-ROOT AND BRANCH
A Trial Trtsloist
FKEE I Aay On
Alllldm hk Uilr
a fac tint ar
W kan at lut mil. ik. abc".trr rt lut tAul
Otaatt 4 all 'I4H i4 cnuiM.-4lil fit tOKJiuM'r
4ilffla2M(A. j.fc.-r. oiHRjl.ta tftttMll M
rwniaftfatty twt r u b.saMute ariwifc mtht
SMk. clUkl m .its. ll tiut. Iw. utob tawrUf la
aajr ljr tu fiaMi ot mutt MMrti tklm.
taa Ului &u r. liM.'M.yaiy uvul as tAcarr tai
are OaM4 (al ia full fn.nt.ef Awf utummt taKA
lAIlt"ui.JIU k-.mllauL 7hiiJa
ariii wW w mm. fi ol cif. i aav lay
rtw foe a. r a "' la iw vft Wak.
latali.fcM)'aa.M(M twr i Un d.t.
aowrlt Uv.rii.iof)rf MiitM .l Iku ooa.
TtiiMtl. I" ." HILIALI-n III."
fU lit miduillM (iMttM UIuHCril
Imlkin. iKa fiwik eJ u((twvl Itit en tU hi vi
ffttn ua4.fttu4 itn (mu1 dtamiiitftda tt ooi
UilMaMtnullai. A mal ! at m ya. Am.
akk rwouutMMiraa4Evtvii If MaJ.
! 1 lKt M.BV 'l (
THE MISSOl HELL
7 flf 09 rtfth Avnu. Mmt York
101-103 W. 9lh St.. KANSIS CITY un
Rtgalar Crasaati i Ij Merfklaa rf 90 Ttara
TOld.tliMtaa. Uftal lot (.A
AulhorUdbTtba8lat to trttt CHSOMC
TN KtftTOUf AM) JMCUt DISlAsfs.
. . C"r farBld er tnenr f 4-
mdL f Allnwdlclnti rornlibilrtljro
BBBH i-no marenrr or lolortom neo
fjKH1 IJoiBt I sid No tfetantlsa mm bail.
ISkBBkABS?"- rUtatt at aiitinca irtsttS
J?!?;E!!K:'r."u aa ' iiciBHMai
lUth n f?i"ro"10"MmKoialtla
altatlon fraaaad eoaatqtut rfrwmiUoity malU
Sominal Weakness 'J?ff"fl1!l
and Sexual Debility ISrK?l..u1
ein itop ntghl loitaa f -itora iml powtr. narre
aid brala powrr. anlarta and ttrtt(tl'3et aarka
aniJtLiia TooetroimtrrlM Send fr book.
. !?ail00i NloitramaaU.naln.BoaV)
f'ntloo from traitneaa. Cnra caaraLatiad. Book u4
Hit or qauuoai Trtatialaa.
Bintttlt mooA POl'onlag n4 allprtraUSK
Varicocele Hydrocele and
ruiiiiuoisi wiiboat ptloor 4tar.
BOOK fK2'?. i"!TM . Plta.
-tha affaelt aad enra-taot aaalf a la aula wrasatf
We are -buttln' in" the bus.
On'ytlrHt class outfit in the
territories Write for sample
and jr'k prices.
Gnthr'e's Leading Hotel
Eaton & Van Duyn Props.
Ratea It 00 in rt tt 50 ner da v. All -nod
oung m Id ill r aged and
uidrny If yuu ar sex-
al'.t weak.uo matter from
what cause: undeveloped)
have stricture varicocele
etc ray Perfect Vacuum
Atmilance will curd lou.
Kn drufft nr elei trlcity. 78.CW cured ntld de.
velopd 10 davs' trial. Send for titxiklft
Sent sealed Guaranteed Write today T.
B. Kmmott an Tabor bile. Denver t'oio
IWII . tf.
BROADWAY AND 63D STREET N. Y CITY
TKLKI'llONK IX BVKrtV KOOM
Rooms $1.00 per day & Upwards
ir been the
the exclusive useot
Ue hotel for tourists
visiting the Metrop
Itcatuuntnl: noted for the excellence ot
lt'a ciuln It's ffllocl-r- r7vltaml muil-
I'roin Orand Cen-
tral station take
cars r arked -'llrwad
wr to Port Lee Ker-
ry" and roach Hotel
Umpire tn sereu
A groater nutnbir
o' street car lliui
juhs Hotel fciur'i-.
than any 'Ufcer ho-
tel In the city i
1'mm all Perries Steamboats and Oieaa.
wamera walk short block to iSlevatrd Halt
way and take 'illli Ave to OUIIi Ktreet"
from which Hotel Is one mlnnte Walk
lOSIInntea to prlnrliml ttirHtrraauilabop
W. Johnson. Quinn. Prop.
Cures Ooldsi Prevents Pneumonia
Cor. Vl'ie and
SPECIAL ATTENTION given
to boarders. Horses board-
ed by the day week or
Phone 44. O. B. Graves-
Panama Hats SnJewud S
J ao cu( u lint "
SCnaa Tilkoit. Plac Marker uj. r
cm iu.iaudokia Av a
w" Royal Bar
1 The Gentleman's Resort
The beat of Wines Liq-
uors and Cigars
L. D Fossett Prop-
a i'pi' M U'-AjGaEUklBBs!
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