The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 55, Ed. 1, Thursday, September 3, 1903 Page: 4 of 8
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(THE PEADM UTHftIC OKLAHOMA THUR8DAY SEPTEMDER 3 1903.
O SECRETARY'S Orr-ICE. O
BY LESLIE G. MIBUACK. Jo 'J
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SCBCniPTlON IUTB9 DAII.T
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Per week or carrier
Per month by crrtcr
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in na aut-
A territorial charter was granted by
Secretary Wm Grimes today to Uip
Corn and Cane Harvester company of
Yukon Tho company Los a capital
elusive afternoon publication In Guthrie
and no miles radtu.
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Mo. & K&a Dutlnoas 75; Edtorlol 69.
Ark. Valley Business 75; Editorial 69.
stock of $10000 Tho Incorporators
The Leader i a Member of the AMeciatca are: L. K. Tnlnjngo J A. Sottle. V
1et and receives the -ay telegraph ro tii.i t H ftplirnJiv R W Pnrth
ort of that great news orKaniMtfon for ex- "WEO. " urigsoy. a w. i orcn
wallr Clinton steol and A. U Tonne.
Tho following notarial applications
C. P. Osburn Appachla Pawneo
Klva C. Burrows Oklahoma City
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THURSDAY. 8EPTEMBER 3 1908.
Lou Dillon and Rollanco aro doing
Iholr best to glvo this nation tho rop-
utaHon of bolng fast.
Tho St Loula Post Dispatch says
"Joseph Folk Is only 34 years old and
wIbo enough to bo president."
Vosot Finch of
Jot Woods county
Whnl'n lhn linn of fro I II ir throuch any
moro farclcnl race's botween tho Sham- J
rock and Reliance. The English boat
couldn't win a race. It the Reliance
'lost hor mainsail" '
It turns out that Consut Magolsscn
morely ran Into a "chlvareo." wnlcn
i Ib pleasant for him but pretty tough
en our Instantaneous president.
H.-mntnr KearnSi of tTlnri. W Rolect-
ed a running mato for President Roo&e-
vent but rcodost& prevents nlm from
making mo nnmo puuuc ai hub num.
Postofflco employes aro showing ro-
Imorkablo willingness to get out of tho
limelight and give tho Indian territory
Lboodlcrs a chance.
Nocr touched our vice consul at
Beirut but wo dpn t proposo to bo
cheated out of our spectacular stren-
uoslty when it s fashloryabio to mauo
a. bluff at swatting "The-Slck Man"
w ... rt.....Lull Pn rr9t ii Swtl n fta
l former oeureiurjr ubw uwhm
that tho Alarlch bill as a whole Is bad
and each of Its features worse Still
Mr Aldrlch Is not happy
Minister Lelshroan is a bold man
)to interfere with the president In his
loslro to get a European reputation
rfW war lord Let the Uo;t sail on to
By this (Ime tho country is well as
sure; -that President uooaeveii hub no
BtrcnuouS intentions o far as con
cerns tUO milling Ot tue sucrraua
nntl trust broad-aj
A Republican convention In Hawaii
was broken up by freo distribution
of rpotlr-d eggs. Those Maryland lio-
publicans carry thoir customs with
them ove-n whon they locate in tiis-
Unt count rios.
Tho Chicaeo Journal is offering a
prUo for tho correct answer to uio
qusry "What Do Womon Talk About?"
If this man who ouewqred "Woman
talk about all tha UnM 'tti&isn't tfln.
tho winner will cortalnly have tq say
A nice llttlo vino clad cottage on
the Blopea of Vesuvius may bo nil
right but it might bo well to run
across tho Modltorrnnonn into north
Africa to Bleep The vtljcano may he
perfectly safe but It seems to be med
Two coses wore filed In the district
court today as follows:
Anna F. Humphroy vs. Hattlo
Brine. Action Is brought for tho pi
session of certain real estate.
J. J. Word S3. John Q. Adams and
Anna Q. Adams. Action brought to
recover money to tho amount of $300
with Interest at 12 por cent loaned
for one year's time.
Tho Nickel Plato Road with Its
Eastern connections tho Delaware
Lackawanna & Western and West
Shore nnd Boston & Matno Railroads
Is considered by thoso who have
partonlzcd it as a most desirable lino
between Chicago and Now York Bos-
ton and other onutorn points and
takes lta placo among the first class
Sine? leading oastbouml from Chicago.
It is operating three through first class
trains HI dally and equipped with
modern Improvements for the con-
venience and comforlB of tho travel-
ing public nnd has succeeded tot a
remarkable degree. In pleasing 1U pa-
trons growing lnj popularity overy
day Ono of 11b attractive features
ml thoroughly appreciated by tho
traveling public is its dining car
Borvico meals Ixilng served on Ameri-
can Club Plan ranging In prico from
?36c to $1.00; algo servlco a la carte.
Colored sorters aro In charge to loo)
aftor tho comfort of paseongors In
Goafthoe and especially to assist ladiae
travollng with children. All passen-
ger trains arlvo at and depart from
Uio La Sallo St. Station Chicago the
only pomengor station in Chicago on
the Blevatod I.oo When going oast
(ry the Nickel Plate Road. City
Ticket Offlc. Ill Adams St Chicago
PbysictauA are calling attention to tlte
fact that influenza or grip has come to
stay. In the larger cities there has been
a marked increase in diseases affecting
the organs of respiration which increase
is attributed to the prevalence of influ-
enza. Persons who are recovering from
grip or influenza are in a weak condition
and peculiarly liable to pulmonary dis-
ease. Dr. Pierced Golden Medical Diseovcrr
cures coughs bronchitis lung trouble
nnd other diseases o4 the organs of res-
riration. It is the best tonic medicine
for those whose strength and vitality
have been exhausted by nn attack of grip.
It puriGes the blood cleansing it of
the poisonous accumulations which breed
and feed disease. It gives increased ac-
tivity to the blood-making glands and
so increases the supply of pure blood
rich with the red corpuscles of health.
"A word for your 'Golden Medical Discov-
ery wrltel Mr. A. Bender of Kerne.
Coihocton Co Ohio We hive been urine It
as a family medicine for more than four rare
right medicine lor a complete bracing up.
A a cough remedy and blood-purifier there U
i6 mo or.
it jnrt the
nothing better and alter hiring the
i icrcx women nicuicai uucovi
Accept no substitute for "Golden Med-
ical Discovery." There is nothing "just
as good" for diseases of the stomach
blood and lungs. 0
The sluggish liver it mode active by
the use of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets.
Three plain drunks namely Wyantt.
Darby r-id Morry were fined tho usual
flvw dollars and costs In pullco conn
BMn th 9 T8 NzA Yw Hata Always Boost!
The sorvlce of tho Nlckol Plato Road
to Now York City and Boston is un-
surpassed. Threo fast oxprosa trains
in each direction dnlly. Thoso trains
aro composed of modern first class day
coaches ologant vostlbulod sleeping
oars botween-Chicago Now York and
Boston an.d other eastern points; su-
perior dining car servlco meals bolng
served oir American Club Plan rang-
ing In nrlPO' from SGc to $1.00: also
service a la carta. Passongors can
travel comportnbly. nnd economically
via the Nlckol Plato. Soo that your
ticket reads that way. Chloago City
Ticket Office 111 Adams St. Depot
a.SalJo St. nnd Van Buron St. on tho
COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL.
Estimates of Cost of Building Reduced
Tho board of trustees of tho Logan
county high scnool has decided to cut
off Uio north wing of tho building as
originally planned which will bring
the cost within $30000. which will
loavo $10000 for heating apparatus
and furniture. Tho board decided to
opon tho high school September 14
( President Calvert says the inquiries
nnd applications ehow thoro will be
an attondanco of 175 to 200 the first
ntbntm ?"Pooplo all over the county
are going to sond their children
Arrangomonts wore perfected yes
torday betwson tho board of trustees
of v th htgh School and tho board of
education of tho Guthrio city schools
whereby tho high school will be al-
lowed to use six rooms In the Central
building until the high school building
Stnto of Ohio City of Toledo.
Lucas County ss.
Frank J Cheney makes oath that
ho Is senior partner of tho firm of
lJijCJiQntty &. Co. doing business in
tho City of Toledo County and State
aforesaid and that said firm will pay
tho sum of Ono ih'ndrod Dollars for
each and ovory casu of Catarrh that
can not bo cured by tho nsct of Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before ma nnd subscribed
in my presence this Cth day of Do-
comber. A. D 188C.
A W. Gleason
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter-
nally nnd acts directly on tho blood
and mucous surfaces of tho system.
Send for tofitlmonlals freo.
F. J Cheney & Co. Tolodo O.
Sold by all druggists 75c.
H nil's Family Pills are the best.
Some day wo look for a great upris
ing of oppressed labor on the score of younger set last night
personal liberty. Within tho past
thirty nays the school commiseioners
of Kansas have officially denied their
teachers the right to make love tl
liotol proprietors of Chicago have In-
Iterdlcted their chambermaids from
chewing gum and now a railroad com-
Ipany has Issued strict orders against
flirting on the part of its trainmen.
ride" contributed to the.
a numbor of Gulhrld's
fcantU A Ito KM Vw Haw Always Beeff
Ito Xtad Yw Hata Always
NOW tT'8 A "HARRY LEHR HAT."
See the funny farce comedy Tlie
Man From tho Bast" at the Brooks to-
night. Prices. 16c 25c 35o.
O O.O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 00 0000000000 coooo
We have placed in our west window 200
Fine Fur Hats some that' we sold as
higti as S3. 00.' Yoiir choice while they
lastior 98 CENTS.
LEVYS BEE HIVE
A. " Va
per and Paint
Ben ro s Dru
If you have work of this kind to do see Renfro
A 206 West Oklahoma Ave. Opposite Postoffice A
Shlcago Ha a Fad that Promises
Become "the Rage."
3 The "Harry
Attorney General Robberts accom-
panied by his wife and daughter 'Mies
Margaret are upending a mnth In
Widow Sues' Woodmen For
Husband's Life Insurance.
About twenty-two months ago M. M.
AVolah of Legor was shot and killed
by I. L. ISnnle who plead self-dofeme.
nnd was later acquitted no Indict-
raOnt being returned by the jrrand
WoJeh was a member of the Wood-
men of the World carrying a Hfo
policy for $2000 payable to his wife.
t?n((1S W refused to pay the
policy. Qininilng that Welchs aggree-
slvenees hrogght on his death at the
linntlB of lfjltv Yesterday Mrs. Welch
InstUulel utt against the lodge.
Renders State-rient of the Territory's
Territorial Treasurer C. W. Rambo
has filed his monthly report for August
with Governor Ferguson. Tho report
shown a balance on hand August 1 of
$58523.80; the amount received from
all sources during tho month of Au-
gust was $41686 11 making a total of
$UC8.96S.'10; the expenditures for tho
month were $8744029 leaving a bal-
ance on hand at tho close of business
August 31 of $580618.11.
OLD FOLKS AT HOME
WANT TO SEE YOU.
On SoyL let Sth 16th nnd Oct
6th will offer IIoniovlBitors' Rates of
FAR12 and ONE-THIRD to all points
in Indiana and many in Ohio also
Louisville Ky Tickets good for
thirty days from date of solo.
If you contemplate a visit back to
the old homestead do not fall to flrtt
call on nearest Frisco Ticket Agent
B. F. Dunn
DIv. Pass. iAgont
Business College Eg
Wc can Dtace iou in ood Poxltlons O
u imoueu our i-.inpioyroem jiureau.
Mum ue Rood stenoeranuerKor Hok
MEN Veeneis We nreiiaresuih at IBB
KANSAS WESI.EYAN DUSINFSS COLLEr E Largest and best equipped llus
Iness College West of tne Miljslsslppl tiiKbext standard national reputation
Seventeen professional ttacners. Positions guaranteed to all competent Sten-
ographer and lloolckce pers from our tthool Journal free Tuition Low Hoard
Cheap. Graduates sent to all parts of the world Address
T. w. ItoACil hupt salina Kansas.
o Learn Telegraphy.
EASY WORK GOOD PAY.
Manv railroad uresidenis commenced
ttorouphly and asslflt you to secure a position. Strung and most experienced
Grea't Demand for Operators
at trlcerapbers We can teach you
w faculty of any timllar school In the West Night and day cessions Reasonable
O board and tuition If intrestc In a good paviuj; work write today for full
si particulars how we can assist ou
MISSOWU SCHOOL OP TELEQRAPUY Hoffman HulldlnK. SEDAL1A MO
O Tne Kcnnoi tnai maorseu D) railroad omciais
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W T. WALKER
HOUSES TO RENT.
Okla. Ave. 'Phono 2KS
Chicago III. Sept
lLohr hat ' whiah is to be worn by
vomn In the very smart et this loll
id winter arlved in Chicago yeetcr-
Isy it win ue ajniuuou toaay at. uie
sioenlnE of Uie mllllnem' conv
iai riuv niiH uuiiumi citiu
Ibronhecy is tlwt it wtll become the
g:o of the season.
Two and u half hours of solid fun
and amusement at yio Brooks' theatre
Price. 16c 260 35o.
lay at too
-entlon to X O d 2i V Ay C T ? S
nnd the. J r J
The territorial ttibrenio court wiH&
st mwt Saturday and will rewahj In T".jar( Other IciTlds
ttirTi iit nv n nfirf rT navf wunir - - w- -
Judge Gilleua wilf it6t bo bens as ha J
a n uivrum nomine
lurfofd will bold court
For comfort good service and low
rates patronise the Nic si Piute
Howl. (Jood road-bed. spJe-ndidly
equipped trnlne and first "lass dining
oar servlco monls being served on
uVmerionn Club Plan rangin in price
from 3lo to $1 00; also service a la
carte. Tlee though trains dally In
each direction. Rates always tho
lowoet. No oscoea faro on any train
on that Hno. Chicago City Ticket Of
tlqo X Adams St. Dapot a Salle St.
Station corner Van Buron and La
Sallo Ste.. on tho Blevated Loop.
court. Judge a.- Mr
CASTOR i A
Por Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Stephens College and School of Music
Id the rerj-heart of the creat Educational Centerof
One Vlrcll pedal cla ler
canonai uenieroi i
the West Large and lovely rampus MagnlDrnt buildings Hnel furnished 2S
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All moaern pouirconTcnieijccs nannarT piumuing inorougn literary course r
Mroucest music facult west ot IloMon and New York Twenty tte pianos Ten Bl
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rower use ino iDHDuai aou iiruai rcco uican une vireu iieuai cja icr auui-
tnrium seats I.ttU nconle 1'or Illustrated catalosue. write to
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Deny learnirg to no girl wbote gcod sense leads her to It " S
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We teach the celebrated IllWs System uf Actual Iluslness from the start the great-
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College and Fraco-Belgian Conservatory
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Home Department unsurpassed
CONSEKVATObY OF" MUSIC Dr and Madam Edward Blitz director Miss Kate
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Address MIS8VAL STOCKARD President.
W. T. WALKER
FIRE TORNADO ANO PLATE
WHY NOT RENT A SAFETY DE
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8 REV J M SPENCER. Pres Fulton. Wo.
1 1 ' '. ' .. . ' .. .
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Pupils plaeed In profitable positions quickly Our plan of individual Instruction
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JOHN M. HILL. President. Sedalla Mo.
120 W. Okla. Ave
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 55, Ed. 1, Thursday, September 3, 1903, newspaper, September 3, 1903; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc72145/m1/4/: accessed July 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.