The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 86, Ed. 1, Saturday, October 10, 1903 Page: 2 of 8
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leTtWUAHOMA 8ATURDAY. OCTOBER 10 1603.
However lie wa food 'wlitm
young. He saved his money
and got to the front. A due-
million dollar job bore him
down but he saved his money.
We can help you save yours.
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C E. Billingslcy Pres.
it. f. urlggs Ass't Cashier.
Wo ClIIow Interest at tho rtvte of 4 per cent
Open Daily from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Capited jxnd Surplus - - $130000
LOver a. Million on Deposit
Local Mappenlnas of City and Terri-
tory Briefly Told.
Mrs Detmlhon president of the Na-
tional federation of Women m clubs
will Mlt the city federations ot Guth-
rie and Oklahoma City and wl'l lake
pjrt in the annual meeting of I lie tT
rilorlal fediiuiloti to be helil at ln"a
Senator lolm ! Hlckum u 1'iii.iiin.
in a spoedi rushing; said I) n ok
iaiionia needed a Folk to proteinic iho
rascals ami ineidi utally iiji re in ilie
attorney of Logan count Kansiiit
A T Ftiin lias succeeded .1 M Coul-
I era au treasurer of Pawnee county.
Twenty-three of the county tieusur-
crs In tho territory out of the twenty-
seven are Democrats.
Threshing machine men are finish-
ing their jobs and getting the ma
chinos stored away for winter.
Captain Jack Crawford the poet-scout
lias commended a tour of Oklahoma
appearing aheady o). a number of lec-
.Sheriff .1 1 Lowe or
fouuiy. has been married
Iruie Walkel lloth peoj le
i in that uiui Ioiik eiuiu"
roa i irleiii1-
hnve II v-
li i ) li:ne
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i i bars ' of i i
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i lull I'll
II fish-IP Io
'11 iimnia t ' r
Hill th larniet out ncai 1" id who
tt iv hot ia i n -iKhbor nn I U.ii
t'- will lik.l reeoer MeatK) has
been In Jm I h month but mu be ro-
ll axed ou bond should hlh ictlm im-
urove properl to warrant sm h neiion
l.ahoma v.anin a cream''i. and is
A clear skin
doesn't go with
a muddy liver.
Ayer's Pills. &&
G. A. Nelson Cashie r j
badly In need of It the snmo na nre
other Oklnhonm email towns. A local
papor says thnt in the vicinity of La-
homa Uiere nre hundreds of cows nov
er milked because there Is no plaoe
to dispose of the milk
out near Turkey creek North-
em Oklahoma has raised a crop of
forty io the acre com afti r getting a
ood vidd ot wheat iroin the same
jroiiiul i arly m the season
Hopper a eontractoi of Arkansas
Cltv Ka-.. is aU.ut U. --alse a fusa ov
er the lilting of the Otoe building con-
tract o F Keck of Ponca City was
recently declared awarded the Job but
Hoppei kicks and saytt his bid wns
lower than Keek's.
Dr A F Kennedy of Perry and
MIh Urace Dllla.nl of Mulhnll. were
married recently at South McAlester
I. T. Uoth are lending society young
peoplo of heb; respective cjommtini-
tles Dr. Kennedy is attending school
in Kansas City for the winter.
Roger Mills county has produced
some fine tobacco and hemp this year
The quality ol Oklahoma tobacco is
good but old raisers of that product
Mty the wind blowing so much Injures
Its chances of ever developing into
great tobacco country
Philip Miller of Canadian count .
ha- ill to"r.'d a Runslan thistle In Hie
Ni"i!iiiy of okarche It In believed thai
i he u.t 1 u rarrltd in altulfa see t
vl'i I imiui v. Iiu s)u .Ufalf i uie war.i
d lo . ill I'OfSI'ile pre.auiiou in
pn . iii. 11 it pmp.iK.it ton in Oklaho
N .'nth san well .ipiiaiai'iH n
Mo mi down I) lhe 'ortn ol Sunday
Phi i- i-. Im iiu va lhit is trauviii uiili
unlm lunate eircumfclani es bill llie
preiM.om.r thedevelopluv enirprise
we.n to lie persistent and believe they
.in ai.iiii.iunce oi naiurai gaa
R. piei-entailxes of the largest broom
com :.u 'hi tet in the United State are
Ktuiyeu Liiiictl) the broom corn In-
it tear u uiiwiuhw. in orusn ironii
this territory o far has lieen lound
to be of the first quality and the pro
tliu't U being gaiheretl up at the very
fir- opportunlt) by the east-'F(i buy-
4. Bobaraok a U-year-oid boy slio
lias come to swell the .population
Brlstow. traveled -alone- frero- Ibun
Two EI Rono plrls hft' raptured
lieutenants within a week It la time
there were some military weddings In
Farmers are being urged to use care
with Uia cotton crop Just at this time
when It Is desirable that the fiber pro-
duct be put on the market In shape to
Invite buyers. Wet and dirty cotton
Is repulsive to the purchaser but un-
less the grotfer handle his crop with
the name care he would bestow upon
grain wch may & the condition of the
I It must t' true that Oklahoma City
'is am awfully wicked place The fees
of the county attorney fnni pollen
court cast's last munin nmounieu io
Oklahoma winds are wit hoi.: doubt
dreadfully Injurious to the complexion
and John Wesley BiHhop of the Cleo
Chieftain recommends "People
should use plenty of paint "
A convention of lectriclann will be not believe It but it is the truth The
held in Oklahoma City this week. A magnificent play of his knotted nius-
new lodge trf the Sons of .Tove will be ; eles shows Perfect health and strength.
Installed and a trolley parade with an I Mr Gerdom lives at No. 262 Wabash
electrical display will be the principal
The nightmare which came to W. J.
Nichols of Shawnee was no "Idle
dream" but was so real that he was
obliged to send tor the pond master
who corralled eight horses and mules
In the front yard.
At a meeting of the territorial board
of health held In Shawnee it was
found as a result of reports from dif-
ferent portions of the territory that
the health conditions have never been
better no epidemic of any sort being
An "old fiddlers' contest" will take
place in El Reno this week. It will
be unique nnd will be governed by the j
following rules: "No person allowed
to contest who plays by note or who
has ever taken lessons. Bach contest-
ant must bring his or her own fiddle
and can play their own selections In
their own wny. No person under 40
years of age allowed to contest."
The Oklahoma exhibit car which
was taken oast some weens ago is
in central Illinois In charge of Horace
J Nowberrv. The hinds for the -
pense of the trip nre running low nnd
Mr Newberry Is writing for more
money. The car is proving to ie a
splendid advertisement and many
jhiim'red people see Oklahoma's pro
ducts every day The itinerary for
Mh next few das Is as follows: An lea
Ind Sumlayand Monday. Oct. II .in I
12 Voederaburg. Ind Tuesday d
i:. BriKll Ind. Wednesday and
Thursday October II and 15; Lttinj
u"' 1! Friday Oct 1G Greenwlk
!'" Saturday and Sunday. Oct. 17 ind
18 8t Louis Mo Monday and Tin
Oct 19 and 20 on event m'
depart for Oklahoma.
CORKINS AT CHANUTE.
Santa Fe Details Two More Clerks to
Chanute Kas. Oct. 10. A. J. Cork-
ins who Is to succeed Agent Cable
here has nrrlvod from Oklahoma and
after a careful investigation ot the sit-
uation and the duties Involved by the
office has determined to accept the
responsibility. The duties of the agent
at this point are particularly arduous.
'owlllR to tho nornm" amount of
frt''Kbt t-afflc checked up Here. The
HW aBent wln- however have a light-
er task than did Aent Cable for the
leaMin that two additional clerks have
lie n promised him by tne company.
'I liey were wired yesterday and will
lie transferred here at once
A Perfect Painless Pill
t!i urn; thai mil cleanse the sys-t-
m het tho liver to action remove
ihe bile dear tho complexion cure
heaiiac'ie and leave a good taste In
the mouth The famous little pills for
doing biich work pleasantly and effect-
uhIIj are DuWitt Little Karly Risers.
uob Moore of Lafayette Ind. says:
. - An other pm i have u.ed -r and
8rKen v.M DeWttt's Little
Hiser are simply perfect "
Sold by J N Wallace.
I Perry sees the benefits of two rail-
roads The first load of fretuht over
line new rrisco orancn into tnat town
'v us a ear of McAlester coal which
nold at $r 5 S tott tustead f ?6.60
as was the ease last year. Th people
anticipate like betterment of rauroad
rates in other ways.
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of Iways Remember the Full .Namo
-UAauvB Hromo omnine jg pj
' Cnresa Cold la One Day Grfyla S.Day ir
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A Skilled Workman Who Labors Amid
Heat and Fumes.
His Work Is Out an Incident In the
Production of a Modern News-
paper But the Physical Re-
quirements are Great.
The work of a stereotyper on a mod-
rn newspaper 1b a part of the pro-
cesH of publication concerning which
the public fcn-jws but little It requires
a man of perfect health for the heat
i is enormous and the air filled with the
fumes of molten metal. He must have
more than ordinary strength to be able
to lmnll the hiiK'' earning bor and
in mi'ii mi'ai piaies witn ea'' an
it the spectators who gaze through
the plate glass windows of the ster-
eotjpe room oi the Topeka State Joui-
nal were told that a hro big
Jos ph Uerdom the heau tV''
uni so emaciated that he was red uc
ed almost to a skeleton they might
aenue Oakland Topeka Kansas and
the story of the wonderful change In
his condition Is given In his own
words. He says:
About a year ago I had a great
deal of trouble with my stomach and jFOU NT -5 room Uousa furnished.
whateve. I ate caused me the utmost! Knu're Mrs. E. O McCracken 710
distress. Frequent vomiting robbed East Harrison.
me of nourishment. My work is so
severe that only a man in complete
health can stand It and naturally with
my weak stomach and working b I '
do in tho stifling heat of the stereo-
type room I began to mn down. 1
wasted away to a weight far two small
for a man of my build and my friends
scarcely hnew me. i got ho turn and
sickly that ray wile became alarmed
and insisted that ' consult a doctor.
"I went to our family physician and
he unhesitatingly advised me to try
Dr. Wiliams' Pink Pills for Pale Peo
ple I got n box and commenced tak-
ing them. The Improvement wns no-
ticeable from the first. I developed a
wonderful appetite and went to meals
as hungry as a bear. My old stomach
trouble disappeared and although I
ate huge meals I had no trouble In di-
gesting them. My weight went up
Staftftllv to lt nnrmal flmiro nlimf 10n
i lounl8- antl m healih B uerfeot- l
hav ""commended Dr. Wiytems' Pink
PilM lor Pale People to many of my
friend mid thoy have used them with
'.iivon having digestion or dspep-
ii i m ui cured If Dr. Williams' Pink
iMl-. i ui I'ale Peonle are Klven a suf-
i'fi ii ii mI. These pills act not on
iiu ii ii nis but on the cause of dis-
l i ui uavt cured not only indiges-
i' ' t'lhei forms of stomach trou
i ui no a specific for all diseases
ii - h im impoverished blood or
! it'in d mrves Thoy have cured
i.uua imalysis locomotor ataxia St.
ii us ii nice sciatica neuralgia ner-
oiis in adache after effects ot the
--ii. palpitation of the heart pale and
sallow complexions and all forms of
weakness. At all druggists or direct
trom Dr. Wi'llams Medicine Co Sche-
nectady. N. V. fifty cents per Lox
six boxes for two dollars and a half.
Bt. Louis EI Reno & Wostqrn peo-
ple are going to have a new town sev-
enteen miles northeast of 131 Reno. The
place will draw support from n terri-
tory which hitherto has traded almost
entirely nt Yukon und Edmond.
UNITED THEIR INTERESTS.
Dr. Slade and Dr. Harris to Prac
Drs J W. Slade and Eula L. Harris
have united their interests in the prac-
tice of osteopathy medicine and rar-
gery and may be found at all hours at
their office and treating parlors 1st
and Oklahoma Ave. over Wallace's
drug store. Dr. Slade is a practitioner
of medicine Eurgery and osteopathy of
long diversified and successful exper-
ience. Dr. Harris is a graduate of the
A. T. Still college of osteopathy Klrk-
ville Mo. June class 1901. Practiced
ir. Port Huron. Mich. the following
year Took post graduate course at the
S S. Still college of osteopathy Des
Moines la receh lng diplomas Feb.
class 190.1 and Jias been located In
Guthrie shue the middle of June.
A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES.
Itching. Blind Bleeding or Protrud
ing Piles. Your druggist will refund
money If PAZO OINTMENT fails to
cure you in 6 to 14 days 50c
Lawton Okla. Oct. 10 Riley S.
Smi'h. elected county treasurer at the
last election took charge of the treas-
urer's office this week succeeding J.
R. Ueklex. Eckles is the last of the
Officers appointed by Governor Jen
kins st the title of the opening of
the ufw country.
77TrtT box. 25c
File Your Wants
Five cants per lino first insertion;
lwo anU one-hlf t8 per lino man
FOK SALE Three fine lots in ueat
location in city. A bargain if taken
soon Bee the Letdy.
9 choice ;o'H in Oklahoma Ctty for
salo or trade for Oithrie property. See
PfiR BArir nJZiZ T i -
i uk BALiv Enquire at Leader
office for a barjrtln in some choice city
FOR SALE Enquire at lei or
office for a bargain in some choice dv
property. ' j
FOR SALB Threo fine lots in b"f
location in city A bargain If taku
soon. Se.- tho Loader.
FOR K ..("--A fine small stock of
freh Rioc-criei nn 1 fixtures horse h ir
ness anJ del!ver wagon also i p i
of mules h.irnesn and top Spring .
on. Enquire at lealer ofllr-e.
FOR SALK OR TRADE It acre
farm G miles from Gnthrle. w.ll trad?
for city pi-operty. See the Leader.
YOUNG business man and wife want
desirable furnished rooms for light
housekeeping; close intrftb balta pre-
ferred. Address P Lftftdja
2 HANDSOMELY Tumli-M rocnu to
let use of piano sro'et carpets
n IUch C02 N. Broad
un wen uuz n. uroaa corner iogan
avenue. With or without board.
' LADIBS to do piecework at their
homes; we furnish all materials and
pay from ?7 to ?12 weekly. Send
stnmiMd envelope to Royal Co E. 34
Monroe St. Chicago.
MARRIAGE! directory free to all. Pay
when married. Now plan; send no
money. For particulars address H. A.
Horton Dept 3S3 Teltonsha Mich.
LADIBS having fanoy work to sell
dollies centerpieces lmttenberg and
dtnwn work send stamped envelope.
Ladles' Exchange D 84 Monroe St.
SALESMAN wanted to look after our
interest In Logan and adjacent coun-
ties. Salary or commission Address
the Harve) Oil Co Clevelin I. O
WOMEN only; speedy relie $1 iim
guarantee If I don't reHeve abnormal
suppression from any cause 10000 tes-
timonials information free Dr. Martha
Walker Co xlC3 State St. Chicago.
CAPABLE salesman to cover Oklaho-
ma territory with staple line. High
commissions with advance of $100
monthlv Permanent position to right
man. Jess 11. Smith Co.. Detroit Mica.
MARRIAGES arranged without public-
ity securing you a companion of
means nnd respectability. nte for
particulars stating your age. Hand &
Comfort Toledo Ohio.
WANTBD A lady In this county to do
writing at home $20 per month.
Send stamped envelope at once to A.
A. Drawer Box 379 St. Joseph Mo.
LADIES Our harmless remedy re-
lievos without fall delayed or sup-
pressed menstruation. For free trial
address Paris Chemical Co. Milwai
Uee Wis. r
ilA.Ua AND FEMALE to sell our line
of silks direct from manufacturer to
the consumer. agents make from
$50 to $200.0u per week. Write for par-
ticulars Send references with appli-
cation Leona Silk Co.. 178-17s Tri-
mtmt St. Boston Mass. N
WANTED Men to learn barber trade.
Practical course that saves years.
Few weeks required. Toole and diplo-
mas given esch graduate. Special ar-
rangements for distant applicants.
Write for particulars. Moler Barber
College. St Louts Ma
REFINED WIDOW young with com-
fortable income desires acquaint-
ance ot refined gent of good habits and
some means matrimonially inclined
Notice U hereby
given that I will
sell at public i"tlon at No. 332 South
Division street in the eity of Guthrie
on the 17th day of October . 1903 one
lure spring wagon to satisfy a lien
ot $27X0 for repairs on said wagon
and $8.00 for storage and cost of sale
on contract with one J. L. O'Nlel the
Sshlckram & Wlckmaru
FOR 8ALE TOWN PROPERTY.
FOft SALB Five good lots in now
town of Hunter Garfield county.
Reasonable good Investment. Address
C. T. Wish Guthrie. Okla.
OIN IiOCATION Free gin site given
in Catl Creek nation. Indian ter-
ritory New (own. excellent location.
No pin i!kip Largo crop ns"ned. Gin
mnt ""t t onco Add re r .
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bm-n eo"ni Railroao lown-ite Co .
iWeleotka 1. T.
Panama Hats Ll' l'1"1 nrt c
m ID. Kit lirft ar
J Chds riison Palact arb.-r -' op
J.. C"r 2nd an.) tiki i av
Our morkinen'R reputatlnr or rrxt ca
servP-es ertend all over the si.uiUwcm
andwep.o crpctal attrntinn u vis
tors tu the Capital Clt
James Hill Proprietor
Cor. Vine an
SPECIAL ATTENTION givoa
to boarders . Horse hoard-
ed by the day -n-k or
Phone 4l Q. B. Graves
We are ' buttin'
in" the but-
Only first class outht In the
territories Write foi sample
and jre'.. prices.
Gnthrie's Leading Hotel
Katon fe Van Dtin IV rs.
l ui n lu "ritvrmpinH
0. K. Loan Office
Money loaned on Diamonds Watchei. Re
TolTern and all valurbies
Reasonable rate courteous ireatnieni
203 W. Harrison. Gullirie.
Younr middle aged ami
elderly If ou in w x
ually eak no matter from
wliat rause underelppea -
have stricture varicocele
etc . piy Perfect Vacuum
Ai'titlance will rnr inn
No drugs or elect licfty 7S.000 cored and de-
veloped. 10 dava trial Send for boolclft
Sent sealej Uuarinteed Write tod aj1 y.
E. Kmmctt 208 Tabor blit. Denver Colo.
Drs. Homrighous & Drake
ante flited to correct .11
errers of refraction (jrm
Eyes Miiamhiened wilbout patu or oieia
tlon Sore eye and Inflamed tldi iuml
without drugs. Bixm 4 over Bank of In
dlan Terrltorr Guthrie. Oklahoma.
WHY NOT RENT A 8AFETY D8
POSIT BOX IN A MODON 8TEE&
VAULT AND FEEL THAT 70UR
VALUABLES ARE 8ECURET FROM
$1 TO ? PER YEAR PAYS FOR ONE.
ACCORDING TO SIZE. 8EE THK
CAPITOL NATIONAL BANK ABOUT
Robert Neal the wsll known
landlord of the Guthrie Hptel
has opened a new establishment
in the new brick building just
finished at 117 No. Second St..
where the traveling public Is
Invited to call and sse him.
New house. Modern.
Free Bath. Well Furnished.
First Class Board.
Come and see me.
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