The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 55, Ed. 1, Thursday, September 3, 1903 Page: 2 of 8
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rK fcCAVtft. ItUTpE VKCmVMtt THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 3 1903.
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$7.oo a Minute
That's going some. He started
early at a salary of 52 a week.
He saved his money and made
wise investments. We can help
yes save your money.
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IE R. P. 'RrlfrrrR. Asa't Cashier. fl)
Wo allow Interest at the roto of 4 pet cent m
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Open Daily from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Capital coid Sumlun - - $130000 $
tOvcr a. Million orv Deposit jjj
neai iic.ute HUMPHREY 6; HILL V "
and Torn ad
105 V. Oklahoma Ave
Phone 370 Guthrie O T comS.
CIIA8. l'ONU l'reliteut. HATTilJ M. l'OND Sec'y Win. I. MATHJB.tTrta
GUTHRIE LAUNDRY CO.
Dp town Oftlca Ht I'fcil ywniin' near 1'oitofflce
Agents Wa.rvted in Every Town
Boonville Seminary and Conservatory of Music
A iclect boardlnsr school for plrm anil Young ladle . located at Uoonvlllt one of the
most refined ana cultured cities of middle Mietourl Superior advantage In collegiate
work music art. elocution and neisarte. For literature and other Information write
TJlt SHEPFCY HOLLER A II . Uoonvllle. Mo.
A widow's coldness Is llko an
crtam freoser that won't freezo.
Its a. lucky coin that doesn't turn
tall wbea you call hoads.
The rolling Btono soee It'a finish
when It strikes tha up grade. '
It's more biassed to glvo a knock-
out blow than It ta to receive one.
Many a smart men lows out when
bo bumps up against an ordinary mor-
The avert?" love match soon flick-
wa out unless there Is some money
A chronle Uar Is less dangerous than
the Uar who has spasmodic atuicks of
A Q8-eent clock has oro advantage
ovor a U.000000 corporation: tu
hands never strike.
If o41 companies could begin at the
"bottom and drill up the prospucti.
gusher would lose his Job.
A man never knowb what he cao do
until be trits and If he tries the
chniicoa are be will rosjret It later
A Texas preacher saya that some
newspaper sum's onfy chance of get
ting into heaven In oa a yreax ticket
Some wives worry because tbey lm
aglue tho other half of the outfit Ib In
love with every doll faced girl be bap-
pens to look at
A man who will take no end of
risks with other women 1b always
afraid when hia wife wants blm to sit
In a hammock with her It will break
down. . j.
INVESTIGATING PLINY SOPER.
Department of Justice Is Prablno In.
dlan Territory Charges.
Washington D. C Sept. 3. It Is
slated at the department of justice
that the charges and allegations which
have been made regarding the offi-
cial conduct of United States Attorney
P. L. Soper. his assistant Mr Huckle-
berry and United States Marshal Col-
hert all of the Indian territory are
already under Investigation by offi
cials of the department and In due
time a full report will be mnde to Uie
attorney general. Sopor and Huckle-
berry a'-i alleged to havo associated
themselves with one of a number of
trust companies having to do wllli In-
dian lands but no charge Is rondo that
tho particular company with which
thoy aro connected has been guilty of
wrongdoing. Tho charges against
United States Marshal Colbort relate
to his official conduct outside of In
dian land mattors. The department of
Justico will make a thorough lnvestlf
gatlon of all tho charges.
HEIR TO $3000.
Good Fortune Comes to Mrs. Wells-
Special to Dally Leader.
Crescent City Okla. Sept. 3. Mrs.
WollBford living ono rallo south of tho
city re solved notice today that by tho
death of a frlond living In tho OheTo-
keo strip she has become hdlr to tho
cim of $3 00S. Hor son Jtufus Stow-
art editor of tho Jonnlngs News was
loft $1000. Tho will awarding Mrs.
Vollsford and hor son this sum of
money was mado Aug. 12. Mr. Olson
died Aug. 14 and tho will which 1ms
Just boon opened loaves them thoso
A GREAT RECORD.
Hard to Duplicate It In Guthrie.
Scares of representative citieens of
Guthrie aro testifying ou the follow-
ing subject Such a record of local
endorsement is unequalled In modern
times. This public statement made
by a citizen Is but one of the many
thai bae preceded It and the ltun-drp-ds
that will follow. Head it:
II. C. Dlehl. who recently lived at
Oil 1st Bt writes: "When a man
has exhausted all his knowledge of
standard remedies and medicines
when ho has trlod everything which
Ills frlonils recommended and atlll his
back nohos and when this has been
going on for flvo or six years It bs no
wondor ho becomes enthusiastic about
tho moans ho at last omploys to get
roliof. I went to J. N. Wallace's dmg
store for Boon's Kidnoy Fills. The
treatment cured mo and cured not
only a lamo and aching back but too
frequont action of the kidney secre-
tions. To say that 1 am pleased to en-
dorse DoaVs Kidnoy Pills feebly ex-
proseofl ny opinion of tho remody."
For saio by all dealers. Prico E0
cants. FostorMflburn Co Buffalo
N. ". solo agents for tho United
rtomomber tho name Doan's and
tako no substitute.
A Penny Saved is Worth Two Earned.
During this week -we are going to offer you BARGAINS
in RUBBER GOODS. $1.00 Syringes at 09c. $1 50
Syringes at99c.ind 80 per cent discount on allVubber
goods ir the house. We still offer you
Linseed Oil at . . 49c gal
Yellow Ochre at ... 2Jc lb
Venetian Red at . . . lc lb
Putty 2c lb
Masury'"S1.75 Mixed Paints . . . $1.25
Collier's White Lead at . . . 7C
Regular 10c Soaps 0 cakes for . I9c
Above prices good only for this week.
F. B. LILLIE & CO.
Drugs Wall Paper and Paint.
204 Harrison Ave. and
iJL10J?irst Street. EE?KE NO. 7. i
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$25 Saved $25 1
O REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. O
Louis Hlrzol et a! to G. H.
Muoller lot 3 block 47
Guthrie Propor wd $2000.00
U. S. A. to Jno. D. Blanchard
southeast quarter of section
2 township 17 range 2 Patent
Harriett Gow to Nolson Soylfor
lots 17 and 18 block 2 West
Guthrlo wd 500.00
Guthrlo 'fnd Klngflshor Im-
provement Co. to W. B.
Wollnns lot 10 block 0
Borg wd 16.00
Jos. Mtirlla to A. G. Jonos lots
11 and 12. block 88 Guth-
rie Proper wd 200.00
Enid Railway and Townslte
Co. to O. A. Lano lots 14
niul 16 block 32 Crescent
Henry Dierolf and wlfo to
Julius Kolm' southwost
quurtor of section 4 town-
ship 10 rango 2 wd
GETS TERRITORIAL DEPOSIT.
Barnes' Bank at Guthrie Gets $25000
The Logan County bank of which
ox-Governor C M. Barnos is presi-
dent has ontorod into a contract with
the territory by which the bank se-
cures 126000 additional territorial de-
posits making a total of $76000 such
deposits In that bank. Tho bank put
up $26000 additional territorial war-
rants gilt-edged security for tho ad-
ditional deposits and the governor ap-
proved tho contract.
Tho report that politics had some-
thing to do with this contract Is denied
We want to Impress on our roadors
that Boschee's German Syrup Is posi-
tively tho only preparation on the
market txx'ay that does relievo and
euro consumption. It contains tho
specifics such as puro tar extracts of
gums etc. which havo been so highly
ondorsod for tho euro of coughs colds
and consumption by tho great medical
congresses. Tho consumptive wheth-
er his dlsmiso Is In tho throat or
lungs mua havo rost at night and be
froo from tho spasm of dry and rack-
ing cough In tho morning. Tho dr
eased part want rest healing and
soothing treatment and tho patlont
noods frosh air good food otc Gor-
man Syrup will glvo froo and easy ex
pectoration In tho morning with speedy
and permanent relief. Small bottles
25 conts; regular size containing
nearly fou times a3 much 76 conts.
G. G. Green Woodbury N. J.
For sale by F. B Lilllo & Co. Owl
Tho rod hair of parents Is vlsitod
evon unto tho third and fourth gener-
ation. It's wonderful how crazy a man can
bo over mor.t any woman till thoy aro
In hor own houBe a womnn gots
homesick when somebody else who
cght to be there is away.
A woman is always willing to share
a man with tome other woman if he
isn't willing to be sharod.
The later a man cornea homo at
night the surer ho la that ho didn't
make any noise when he stumbled on
It's fnnny how the woman who will
trurt her Instinct to plok out a hus
band will always make an angel oake
O RAILROAD NEWS O
O AND PERSONALS. O
Tracklayors for tho Fort Smith
Western havo roached Wollston.
GanornI Manager Dioklnson Chief
Engineer Parrott nnd Superintendent
Foley of tho Orient have formally ac-
cepted that road as far as Falrvlew
and last week made a tour of Inspec
tion oer it.
A "molon" social was held lost
evening on the lawn at the Miller reel
denoe on East Oklahoma avenue last
evening. A Urge crowd attended and
the affair waa a success In every way.
ADDITIONAL WIRE SERVICE.
Will Establish More Messenger Service
Charles MoNoal of St. Louis super-
intendent of tho A. D. T. company;
E. J. Sullivan managor of tho West
ern Union at Wichita; and W. H. Pot-
tor superintendent of tho telograph
linos on tho Choctaw stationed at LIU
ilo Bock aro making a. tour of the
territory planning for additional wlro
service and the installation of more
V. D. T. messenger service stations.
Modesty gets awful reckless
it has been married n while.
The Genuine vs. Counterfeits.
The genuine is ulways better than
a counterfeit but the truth of this
Mattuent !j never more forcibly real
ixed or more thoroughly appreciated
thaa when you compare the gtnulno
DeWUt's Witch Hasel Solve with h-
many ct mterfelts and vorthlas tub
siitutas that are on tho market. W s
LedbetUr. of Shreveport. La saK
"After using numerous other reiueduw
without Ueneflflt ono box of DeWm's
Witch Haiel Salve cured me. ' For
blind bleeding itching and protrud-
ing piles no remedy Is equal to De-
Witl's Wltoh Hal vSalre. Sold by
J N. Wallacn.
A HALF CENTURY
Ilnstetter's Stomach Hitters has now been
bo' -o the public for SO rears during which
time It has restored thousands of Mckly per-
ron to robust health and a trial will con-
vince you that It is Just as reliable today at
in the past.
tou can take to tone
up the stomach stir
up the lter and kld-
tx Ta or to purify
the bkxxl. U w'!l
alo i ure
Weurgevou to try
It The genuine ball
the neck of the bottle
I TiiTnA'' t"
Ladles Can Wear Shoes
one size smaller after using Allen's
Poot-Easft a power to bo shaken Into
the shoos. It makes tight or new
shoe feel easy: gives Instant relief to
corns and bualone. It's tho groatost
comfort discovery of tho age. Curos
and prevents awollon feet blisters.
callous nnd sore spots. Allon's Foot-
Ease l a certain euro for sweating
hot aching feot. At all druggists and
shoe stores 26c. Trial package FRHE
by mall. Address. Allen S. Olmsted
Le Itoy. N. .
Mat Quay Not Coming.
Congressman B. S. MoGuIm receiv
ed a letter from United Sfaios Sena-
tor Mat Quay of Pennsylvania thank-
ing the ltspubliejuja of the territory
for their Invitation to visit Oklahoma
prior to the convening of congress but
saying that on account of previous ar-
rangements It will be impossible for
blm to aocepL
Avoid serious results of kidney or
bladder disorder by taking Foley's
J. N. Waljato.
Mayflower bottled beor baa won the
Utlo Missouri's Best. That moans tho
best on earth. For jaale at William
SAVED ON FIRST COST
$50 drop bead high grade Demorest (Domestic) Sewing
machine for $25. Terms $5 cash and 4 per month. Ten
Book of instructions and all attachments. Nineteen
of these machines already sold in this vicinity and nine-
teen satisfied bu3'ers endorse these machines. Do not be
fooled by lying agents who defame these machines to
boost their own at fancy prices. Remember your money
back if not as represented. Come and get a machine and
save money. These machines are very heav castings
and not of the light order that can be sold at less money
and dear at any price. The sale is now on for August or
until the consignment is closed out. Your opportunity
Improve it. J
115 West Harrison Avenue.?
J. Ba FAIRFIELD
I Phone 20. Office and Yards 407409 W. Harrison
REMEMBER YOUR EXPERIENCE
Of la.st winter. Now is the time to buy
your COAL. Any kind you w&nt.
N. F CHEADLE.
Office and Yards
42i West Oklahoma Ave.
Fresh Consignment of
At the Leader Office
WHY NOT RENT A 8AFETY Dfc.
POSIT BOX IN A MODERN STEEfc
VAULT AND FEEL THAT YOUR
VALUABLES ARE 8ECURET FROM
J TO $3 PER YEAR PAYS FOR ONE.
ACCORDING TO 8IZE. 8EE THB
CAPITOL NATIONAL BANK ABOUT
Every dealer selling oil must havo
tags. $1.50 per thousand at Leader
IF YOU LOSE....
By accident or disease THE
AETNA WILL PAY.
Its accident business is almost
double that of any other com-
pany. Its business is backed by
O. Piety Agt.
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