The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 92, Ed. 1, Friday, October 30, 1903 Page: 2 of 8
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FRIDAY OCTOBER 30 1903. "
O OKLAHOMA NEWS. O
JSpoclaJ to Dally Lcador.
Lawton Okla. Oct 30. The cotton
Sins in this city aro having a grand
fight for patronage. Tho price for
Sinning cotton ha9 gono down to noth-
ing nnd the price of cotton soed has
Teached $10 per ton. Tho proprietor
of one of tho gins has ovon gone o
for that thoy take tho farmer and
hlo family to dinner If the opposition
gins id 'passed up." While tho gin
men fight tho farmers' smile and Co-
mam no county's mngntficont crop is
helng harvested at a good profit.
Special to Dally Leader.
Oklahoma City Okla. Oct. 30. Tlie
experts employed three months ago
to chock up the city's book filed a
rtport this afternoon The report
shows that through mlsmannromont
and money not accounted for there Is
a shortage of $57000
Special to Dally Loader.
Oklahoma City Okla. Oct. 10 -It
has been decided to hold a fat stock
liow In connection with the national
cattlemen's convention here Febru-
ary 21 to 20. Thirty silver cups will
ho given as premiums. These cups
will bo from seven to twenty-five
inches In height and will he identical
to those offerod by tho International
Fat Stock association of Chicago
and the Hoyal Stock show of Kansas
Oily Famous herds will ho here from
nil parts of the country and many
notij breeders of the United State
JTrottosor Cutif of Ames la recog
nlzed as tho host judge a ock In
the worli'. 'i eipccted o lie present to
act at Judge nt the fat stock show.
Special lo Dally Lcador.
E-.tld Okla. Oct. 30.There will be
few changes left in tho criminal cal-
endar whon nil tho prosecutions have
been niado against Jack Mauror who
was brought back hero from Walla
Walla Wash. by Sheriff Kershaw.
Ho is already chargod with larcony
"fahe Impersonation obtaining money
under false pretenses nnd Jumping a
bond of $2000. A $C0 roward was
paid for his arrest. He was arrested
In Washington for a clover piece of
work fr raising a chock. Tho chock
was written for JO. 25. Dy Inserting
an oitght he mmlk tho checo call for
Maurer and J M Lester had a cjtm-
ti'st over a section of land and in ord
er u dUpose of the property Maurer
Impersonated Lester In withdrawing
the contest and ko! i the land to an
old woman for $1MM Loater tmu'.lv
won ie oae .I'ui ho woman lut In
farm and her l 40n Being Indu 'eii
1 nilii (awe lim bicirt va pin I ii
$"'Min which he forfeited and vih
hejnt of no nur until he shew I up
tn thi hands ol the aniliorin. i
Special to Dally Lcador.
Alva Okla. Oct .to J n Maddox
nnd wife who live one block south of
tho public square celebrated toJay
their fiftieth unnlvtrsary of their wed-
ding J I). Maudox and MIm Ttobeaca
Jlawllngs wero married at Decatur
Ohio Octobor 20 1853. and Probate
Judge Jeff Bower today repeated a
Under all curableconditions
Mr D. Kauble of Mrs. W. W. Lay
Nevada " was Ur of Billiard
cure! by KojoI A Pa. was curad
Of stomach 4 o( Chronic
tr.ue which iHKtA Dyspepsia by
hit etft tan AjpMI tho use ol
hi- he.tft. AHA1& fvodol.
Vox aalo br.vNf.WalIaco "
brief but Impressive ceremony Not
that thero had been any breach of tho
first but as a part of tho celebration
program that baa become a custom
Tho worthy couple havo reared a
largo family that they may well feel
proud of nnd forty children and grand-
children gore prosent today and there
wora also eighteen other guosts who
onjoyed the hospitality of Mr. and
A grand dinner was served and all
present had a delightful lima and long
will they reraombor this splendid re-
union In honor of this muoh respect-
Mr. Maddox Is president of tho
Farmers' Federation and has held a
number of Important public positions
during his evontfnl life. Thoy are
both as spry n tho average couple of
."0 years of age.
Speclnl to Daily Loador.
Lawton Okla. Oct. 80. D. D. Down-
ing townslte manager at Mnnltou
committed suicide nt that place at 4
o'clock this morning by blowing the
top of his head off with a revolver.
The deed Is attributed to drinking
Pownlng left this place nt 1 o'clock
esterdn.' for Mnnltou When he ar-
r'ved at lit me he spoke to his wife
about business matters and told her
he was going to kill himself. She per-
udd Liii not to do It nnd he went
on about Ida business. Lator he got a
reolver and went Into nuoUier room
nnd committed tha deed.
Sjeclal to Dally Loador.
Enid Okla. Oct. JK.Delente of
the Royal Neighbors lodges of Okla
homa met In KniJ Tuesday and effect
ed a terr! irlal organisation wh'eb j
vuM be the central ret. .mentation of
mil jsiovinglodg in the district. Mrs.
C L Shaw ol End was elected chair-
man and Mrs. StUterly territory sec-
retary. The meeting of the lodge next
rear will be hold in Htrid and It Is ex-
pected to make It one of tho biggest
events In tho history of tho territory
nnd tho lodgo.
Tho hall was boautlfully decorated
In cut Uowors and tho colors of the
order purple and whlto. Tho dele-
gates wero met at tho train and tnkon
lo tho lodgo room whore they wpro In-
troduced to tho local members and
ench other. At tho conclusion of tho
work a banquot was served at the
Donloy hotol. There wore nbout CO at
the convontlon. Tho following com-
mittee will havo charge of the pro-
gram naxt year: Mostlamos Butler
nnd Pierce Watlkomls; Rich and
English Lnlioma and Meers. Blnld.
"Our little daughter had an almost
fatal attack of whooping cough and
bronchitis" writes Mrs. W. K. Havi-
!nd. of Armonk N Y "but whon ah
other remedies failed we saved her
life with llr. King's New Discovery
Oui niece who had consumption lu an
adaccl stage also used this wonder-
ful medicine and today she is perfect-
well." Desperate throat and tuns
diseases yield to Dr. King's New Dis-
covery as to no other medicine on
earth Infallible for coughs and colds
50c and $1.00 bottle guaranteed by
F n. Ullle & Co. Trial bottloe.froo.
O LOCAL POINTS. O
Harry H Titus traveling live stock
agent for the Snnta Fe was In the
city over night.
"AI" Glnxlcr who 1ms been running
a passenger train In Oklahoma ever
-.Ince the Santa FV was a cow path
was awarded a new uniform as a prise
for the most popular conductor ai a
Newton church fair The story Is Ml !
that u long time am when tho Sann
Fe roadbed was so rough that -fts-Hengi
m had to hold onto their uts
to ride rjbulfu-'si train wan joltinn
aioni; in me nitre kouih or uuthrie one
laili stormy night and tlnally. as tho
I'twnwr believe! pulled up at the
sti' Inn Hunts at Waterloo Glaxii r not
off to gel orders ant totind hat tho
tiain lia I mopped at a count i.v school
i.i'i8 about t.ireo miles off th.- right
o ay where a "literary" .ve IkIiik
be! 1 H mane a speech and .Up i' I
ihe engineer to "throw h r op u ' ti
make up lot time be we itioo
and Oklahoma City.
dei) h the famou.i prima donna ill
U- at Wichita Nov 1 !
Pryor Creek I T.Dii i 'i".u
nt rnrorOii' I li-tMU No ". tmlil ! w
I'W li'K itii al i ticxiii uml Ho. til
k(' 1-xLi dclocaitPK .ud i 'It ul rnai -
I in jru-ntl th- oonvwiitlup to bo held
ai jUmtli McAlKttr Novotabr 5. for
jihi" purine of iwii KIoiiIbk cunrM
fur a di)t-&te fmta tlta lutllau turri-
improved sotfa cracker-
Quite different from
the common crackers
that come in paper bags
And which no one buys
nowadays excepting as
a matter of habit
Uneeda Biscuit are
by the baker and
by the In-er-seal Package
with red and white seal
B. . Z7 VZ! .fffl We Sell These f
Sfcg?- Sjgig w!S!v: icJBQ ' v a I You want the best. Arc you ready m V a
'rr7- - -z.:. . -r- .--- ym 01 for it this season? S BV
CfTl n IB n"""l 3ftv K1 "'W. P)v IB R Mb. f')M!& H We ara rrcrsred as never before to meet yiir m rifOla
SVl ffi W " J7 Hri. H U ffvk I jfwJSn H wantt in vehicles ard harness There a noth- tj IVCArtt'i
ML-8& H 9 H S S ah. M SkJB H aLjk ' fVEsk OCH Innienorowhi.twe are showinn. int. .Me. 3W fcMfVn
ZBRSm SB H V' 1 W K S ll JTa. 1 'a WA W9i ' a-id (ervice Ahtolu'e linncitr In niikn QSH SwtiVV
B KBBR B W jgr VI u I B B la 1 I twlb. JZidrWn andmalcruL Yon lt icnm nhan m loll i n !UJV?NJ1 'Awf I
Lowest Colonist Rate in Fffect
to the majority of Califonra
Portland Spokane Seattle
In case you contemplate a
on the nearest Frisco ticket agent and have ihim furnish you
lull information or address
Of l&Lst winter. Now Is the time to buy
your COAL. Any kind you want.
N. F. CHEADLE
Ttilrcletti year opcnn Septembrr 8. Cournc offerert leading to tuodrcmi Uneieellert
literary Bocl.il soience. music art and elocntlon departmenta Fatult eareclallr
vantages offered. For catalogue and fultbvr Information address
Rfv j . spRMrpii. P
ChCICii . ileal poHsinie rnvirnauieiii
;ir. U DAltltr ami A. JIAOLAH1) Vroprlttor; Vallat Trxas
We toacb tbe cel'-brated llllkK System of Actual Uuslness frooi the start the great-
est ujstem uf liimkkreploR Hanking Office Koutlnc and business practice over devised.
Iflnest sbort hand cb(ol Intbe uth. Two expert teacbers of tbe Pitman and Grcpg
"t hand nj-stems TNiUth t)j)ewrltlnir. The M Ii. C Is the leading and largest busl
oesicolleBe In the Soutbvreht Write fur Tree catalogue.
Boonville Seminary and
I A select boarding to . tor clrln ana youuc Indies lacatt a at ijuonvllle one of toe
most refined and cultured tlflesif middle MIourl frnperlor advantages in collegiate
Horfc. aantlo. art. elocntlon and D .wn For llteraiure and other Information write
Pit. aOBKPV HOIR A ..llouavlllo.Mo.
The scnery used In tho productloo
of the sentHUo.al melodrama. "A
(ambler' "DamtMer"" which la to be
J at the Brqutre theatre soon preseuta
'mi wwidterfully realistic s age glc-
iturcH of a nnmber of famous placed
'which form a part of the hlalury of
thin country tnl which neupln Uae
' hanl about an novcr ko ti In the
iMVo"d act in u v tv 1.1 proliulion of the
I'hicaK" I Mid of Truilo it lh .1 da
of mik on Chaiipo and foitimow aro
qulcKlj In inn nmil and lo t in t ho
center of the fronu-d i d:i throng
ot brokers around thf v.hoat lt atanda
ihe Karobler rtfeired to in tho title
of i.io play Mo hai in hand a in
tin ndou-i wheat deal whith is litdng
-iiMiKho and foile 1 by son)" unknown
op. i h t ii wlin '- di iImk ihro.ih an
nib i iniiler Tho i i ts i v rltabb
t'Miiatn in ita turmoil Tho KamlKr
lite il termed a gamble' boot"'" h
i..i t!v nwm. i nunilicotitlv "td
ip .lit 'ditan i .niu ti !) 1 M u' 1
io' I ( ii ! jo -. I l tu'n I uf ll '
It" nd ol Titdoi (!- Ii wn i i til-!
moIii ' i i ilu ii u! '. 11 ii. .utliiu.
'dwindling aw minute by minute Ho
in In an almom craxed condiuosi ki
loam ihw apparently giant hand who
Us working agalnM hlw 1h doa not
know until later that it is hm own
r 1 I CIPIP ($Mm) I
points. Proportionately low to
Tacoma and other points in the
trip anywhere do not fail to call
U. W. STKA1N
Div. Pass. Agt Wichita Kas.
Office and Yards
424 "West Oklahoma Ave.
uuiiuiuHti jtiuuriu hjicb .uiiibiciil viiu uu
rrs . Pulton. Mo.
Conservatory of Music
daktritbter. who has familiarised herself
with Board of Trade methodg and la
frtsbtenlng Mm to save him from b-
fn suocea3Ail in Rcoompllahing hl-
dlRhouest designs This la said to be
on of tbe inoBt wildly exciting and in-
etnsely dramatic scenes tbe stage has
Known In many years It fairly lifts
1h audlonce off its feet
The Beat Doctor.
Rot b C Horton Sulphur Springs
Txairltos July 19 1899: "I have
imo.l in my family Ballard's Ssow I4U-I
Iraent and llorohound Byrnp and they
havo proved certainly satisfactory.
The lininiotit Is the best we have ever
used for headache and pains The
cough syrup has been our doctor for
! tbe last eight jaars" Sic 50c. (1 00.
Sold by V D Lillie & Co
Outhrlt Towel Supply.
Towels and aprons of all kinds fur
nished at ery reasonable rates. Sec I
me before ou buy. Walter Hammock
w'lh Guthrie Uaundrv.Co '
Snald hftd I jut ciema of the
scalp very severe sometime. fyA it
can be cured Doan's Ointment n.qick
and permant'nt in Its results At any
drug stare SO cents.
&s? ufimm WE CARRY. Iti
Y(j3TnVJ J i 3f Elft awt iT-lJfi tViB NomiitterwhatToa want If It's a borpessor 'jfjtxf 1 iflfr'i$
!RiAlCJwAT-ffil ifrtPn !vJr lP" ccmclhinf that run rn wlirrb. vu a Fjli&1l!tt"'wB
JKj&&M&xe3J& ifmrfi IJmKm gotltornil'quicUrEetlt. K$?P&W x&?
s i" s lfiy pjBlW Como la umI figure vrfth ui. Everybody knows Sjtfj t Ml
W " L LAUNDRY CO.
iJIJM rf - - ii m i wwrv lH
CMBfi&m lrs TlE famous fT3vS8Sri
Wi Stdebakcr Line W&X
ijfjw' VlflWv tnapliice. mlWLll TkTI
I W jfif X S. LYON If jyf
lv )H CJuthrlo O. T. Mw rd
ftp" jiSSPBK It its joarantee. Don't torcet this. WlSglS
I J. B. FAIRFSELD
Phone 20. Office and Yards 407-409 W. Harrison
Of the Variety Store
At 215 Okla-homa. Ave..
Has purchased the grocery stock of A. C. McDonald at
corner Noble Ave. and Division St. to which place lie
lias removed his large stock
new customers are invited to call at the new place of busi- fi
i ness where they may be assured of good Roods. I jw prices I
5 and courteous treatment Free Deliverv. Phnnan.1!. I
'"' ""' ii
115 West Ha.rrison Avenue.
Tliat Temple of Economy
Is the Best Savings Institution
in Logan County
v Geo. H. King Proprietor
115 West HarriOii Ave. Guthrie. O. T.
On account of the extreme difficulty we ex-
perience i collecting small bills we have de.
cidd to do a -trictiy cash business from and
after this iite. Customers will please tak?
notice and govern themselves accordingly
Chit this card la 4
plejfts then put It to-
gether so you will gain
ono'square (S3). Then
put U together in an
other way and diminish
2 squares (63).
You must not destroy
any of tho small squares
nor add any.
On Christmas Day we
will givo JG.00 In 'Laun-
dry work to tho first
person solving this pue-
zle. All solutions wilt
dated when received at
d v.uieL uds. Old and
Guthrie Transfer Co.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 92, Ed. 1, Friday, October 30, 1903, newspaper, October 30, 1903; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc72192/m1/2/: accessed October 21, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.