The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 131, Ed. 1, Friday, December 18, 1903 Page: 2 of 8
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K Mrifca. " ' ' - : . CKXaMHH
f THST Hfir.mAYS ft
Arc rapidly approaching. If.
on the first of this year you
obtained n saving 8 batik and
opened a savings account with
Us you will be In a pqettion to
spread sunshine and buy pres-
ents. Ou ti-.t ?fher l'im-but
that picture is dark. We help
you save your money and we
give you liberal interest on
your savings deposit. Scores of
school boys and girls have
learned the lesson of saving at
our bank. We help you to save
C E. Billingsley Pres.
R. '.. Briggs
Wo olIIow Interest at the rbtte of 4 pei cent
Open Daily from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Capital OLnd Surplus - - $130000
Over a. Million on Deposit '
'ocal Happenings of City and Terri-
tory Drlefly Told.
Many an Oklah'omhn'ui Ghrlsthiuu
jircsont will "bo a patent to his homo-
utead. An ico plant with a daily capacity
of Bovonty-flvfe tons la to be built In
lawton about' January 1.
Loonard "Wlnton 1G yoars old was
.killed at his homo in Cacho by a
hor?o yosterday.'! Ho was kicked In
tho head. . -I ;
J II Boach a farmor noar Won-
nette Pottawatomlo county struak oil
whllo digging a woll. Somobody ought
to Bink a 1000 foot woll In thaWparl
KIngflshor county farmers will hold
a wolf drlvo next Friday. Choyonno
InJlniiB will hold one side of tho
Tho Ilensloy et al fight at El Itono
lias narrowed down to tho point whore
everybody is blowing hard and grab-
Ling for ru under hold.
Despite tlio fact that Colonel Rain'
geological report of tho Wichita
inoun uino has not bMn -printed the
Lawton BntorprUq tolls of a man who
has "boon from Capo Nomo to Yucatan
investing $10000 In a Wichita gold
Charles Gibson o Eufanla says that
in tho old days when a a Indian wished
to iui a col 1 he went hunting In
the in MiutRlnt and a'e wild moat for
fori i l.t hours Most any fellow
thpbtt days would be glad to try the
t'nlont'l Robert L Owen aa.)s lu a
newspaper letter that "from his phys
leal appearance no man would be abli
to it'll wUether be 'a au Indian or an
Irishman" All of which may be true
bur tliu misguided Individual who flg
ures that Colonel Owen Isn't on to
Lis. lob had better start south before
tin not bllssard comes.
The $4000 s ructure of the Ameri
can Reformed church Arapaho Is rap-
1 ly nearlag completion and will be
(Vlk-ated about January 1st. The!
h .-. !- ..i.i r i.. m. nf tr. nontax
in kH oma.
TukIo. a new town located midway
hetw CoalgaU and AJa. I. T.. on
tho extension of the Ka
y. is without
rallrw l facilities. The town -.v;j
laid off hy Ada capitalists and a larsa
Jk "" i"
'G. A. Nelson Cashje r ffl
number oMotB sdld Upon which tho
buyors aro eroding" hrlolc and stono
bul!db3g8j Almost every branch of
busincBS is rqnrcscntod and rtB the
town la situated In h very rich farm-
ing section tho promoters' .were en-
thusiastic over Its futuro. But tho
mllroa.0. jiutfipritipn announce that on
account of ngrogmenta mado by tho
construption company that built the
road It will not establish n. station at
that placq and will not nllow trains to
stop for any purpose unywhoro bo-
twoon Coalgato pnd Ada oxcopt ntttho
two plaoos mentioned. The merchants
of Tupolq nro mnklng arrangements to
establish a wagon train botwoon this
clty-nnd thclr-trwir town - and-'wlll
havo their goods shipped over tho
Choctaw Oklahoma & Gulf railroad
and will haul them out with them.
Tho 'schOolfiouBo at Durwood was
dostroyod by flro yesterday. Loss
$500 no insurance
From Waton.ga is reported tho kill-
ing of Roger Simmons an Arapahoo
Indian. Simmons was nn alleged In-
nocont onlooker. Other Indians wero
playing monte and one who was in-
toxicated attempted to rldo ovor the
lraprovlaod card tabic When pre-
vented ho then attomptod to orabrnco
several dancing squaws. A light on-
sued and Simmons was accidentally
shot and killed. One arrost was mado.
W. S. Bally P. O. True Texas
writes: "My wife had been suffering
Ave years with paralysis In her arm
when I was persuaded to use Ballard's
Snow Liniment which cured her all
rlgh. I have also used it for old
sores frostbites and skin eruptions. It
dacs the work." 25c 60c $1 00.
Sold by V B. Lillle ft Co
Spocial to Dally Leader.
Perry Okla. Dec 18 Ryland
LMuon us today convicted of grand
larceny and sentenced to a term of
two years In he penitentiary at Lan-
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab-
lets. All druggists refund the monoy
If It fails to ours. E. W. Grove's sig-
nature la on each box. 3fio.
There will probably be an unusual
mutt of itolldiv travel this utun if It
lis in seeping wirn ouier dobidvss.
oin ta tli unflii.h onnilitton of
'ho West Harrison avenue cr line.
tho railway company will be obliged
to keep danger lanterns along tu
whole length of the line for tbe rea.
ol the winter.
Gray hair adds twenty years
to the aye. Restore the color;
keep young. Make your hair
grow long and heavy. &ft52te
ooooo o ooooooooooo
O LOCAL P0INT8. O
The pressmen will gtve a danc at
the convention hall Christmas ovo.
Ex-Governor William Jenkins 1b now
actively engaged in the milling busi-
ness at Kaw Cl'y and knows the dif
ference bolweon bran and sawdust.
Application has been made to Gov
ernor Ferguson to appoint Charles F.
Prouty to the position of territorial
grain Inspector lately held by his
father. Prank served as deputy at
several points during his father's In-
cumbency. Several new class rooms have been
added to the Capitol Olty Business
collogo made necessary by the rapidly
Increasing attendanco. Tho business
college now occupies nearly tho entlro
upper part of the Stapleton block.
TO OPEN THE KIOWA LANDS.
The Bill of McGuIre Affects
Acres In Oklahoma.
Bureau of The Loader
1418 G St. N. W.
Washington D. c Deo. 18. A hill
opening to se'tlencnt 23050 acres of.
land knowr r.j the Kiowa Comanche
and Archo Indian pasture roseM
No. 3. l-i O'-.lahoma was Introduce' 'i
the hou. today by Delegate McG
It provides thut all 'that part of t'oc
act of congress opening the V - ".
Comanche and Apache reservail -
settlement and setting aside certain
iands for gracing and other purposes
be repealed in so far ns it relates to
pasture reserve No. 8. These lands
which are now leased as agricultural
lands and occupied by settlers aro to
be opened to settlement by procla-
mation of tho president thirty days
after the bill's papsuge under the
homestead and townsito laws. Tho
bill also contains a section providing
that tho Bottlers who locntod upon
and Improved tho lands shall have
preference right for thirty days after
the bill's passage to file upon 1C0
acres of the lamlB. At the oxpiratlun
of the thirty days thoso lands for
which sontry has not been made shall
como under tho provisions of tho
homostead and townsito laws.
Undigested food and gas In the atom-
aoh locntod just below the heart
presseB against it and causes heart
palpitation. When your heart troubles
you in that way take Herblne for a
fpw dnys. You will soon be all right.
Sbld by P. F Lillle & Co.
FROST FOR GRIMES.
Bureau of Tho Loador
1413 G. St. N. W.
Washington D. C Dec. 18. Repub
lican National Committeeman William
Grimes received what might be term-
oil a black frost at the whlto house
tho other day. lie called In company
with Dennis Flynn with tho objoct In
vlow of discussing tho prospective
nomination of Prosldont Roosevelt.
Upon ontorlng tho prcslden 'g offtci
Mr. Grimes commenced ths conversa
tion by announcing that ho was In
favor of tho prsetdtnt'a renomln&tion
and aasurod hltn lot nl desire to an-J Addlngton I. T. Dee. 18. Mayor J.
slst in any way that ho could to bring s. Addlngton has tendered his reslg-
thfr? aboil'. The president smiled and (nation to the town board. It was
said nothing. Mr. Gilmer persisted
in making inquiry ot the president a3jolei....j to fill fie vacancy
to the situation The president's re-
ply was short and decidedly curt. "Mr.
Grimes really you must extuae ma"
said the president "I apprecta
your good will but I have a '.opted an
iron clad rule not to discuss this mat-
ter with othern r.ud I must adhere to
It In your ea . The people must
llwll lho IUW aaAn''
presijeni .it oi my umo is iaaea
up with official duties"
Mr. Orlntt'b attempt to discuss the
most secret problem that 1b now upper-
most In the mind of the president was
looked upon by Mr Roosevelt as rath-
er precocious; particularly In view
of the fact that Oklahoma only has
six delegates In the national conven-
tion anil no electoral votes la the na-
Aiwr UHB empnauc turn uown inn
national committeeman was so tin
nerve J he forgot to mention the real;
ij .a t. ...i..tnu t. AaKlft
" " """" """"''
' change In the United State dte-
'f;cl aiumeysnV ot uaiaaoma-auu
as'iarteu wunoui even entering a pro- iiaimcn i i-i-r isu uo twin jj-
teat against a new commission being mended It to a number or persons all
laaued to Horace Speed express thc.uselves a being benefit at!
I jby It I now walk without crutches.
Acoused Offloer Is Acquitted. ahie to perform a great Jerl of Ugh:
Lavton Okla. Dec. IS Deputy .labor on the farm " 25c. 50c $1 00
Sheriff Q. W Jackson charged with Sold by F n IJllie & Co
assault and battery on Ernest DeLong
and John Hurley at a dance at Cum-
berland on Thanksgiving day. was ar '
And Tired Fretted
Find Comfort In Gutlcura Soap
When AH Other Remedies and
Instant relief and refreshing sleep
for skin-tortured babies and rest for
tired worried mothors In warm baths
with Cutlcura Soap and gentle anoint
lngs with Cutlcura Ointment purest of
emollient skin cures to bo followed la
severo cases by mild doses of Cutlcura
Resolvent This Is the pure... sweet-
est most speedy permanent and eco-
nomical treatment for torturing dis-
figuring Itching burning bleeding
scaly crusted and pimply skin and scalp
humours with loss of hair of Infants
and children as well as adults and Is
suro to succeed when all other remedies
and tho best physicians fall.
Tho agonizing Itching and burning
of tho skin as in cczemat tho frightful
scaling as in psoriasis ; tho loss of hair
and crusting of tho scalp as In scallcd
hoad; tho facial disfigurement as In
acno and ringworm; tho awful suffer-
ing of Infants and anxiety of worn-out
parents as In milk crust tetter and
salt rueum all demand a remedy of
almost superhuman virtues to success-
fully cope with them. That Cutlcura
Soap Ointment and Resolvent are such
stands proven bevond all doubt. No
statement Is mado regarding them that
Is not Justified by the strongest evi-
dence. Tho purity and sweetness tho
power to afford Immediato relief the
ccrtnlnty of speedy and permanent
cure tho absolute safety and great
economy have made them tho standard
skin cures and humour remedies of tho
BoU throughout U world. Cntlen-t Rneirraf. ax (In
form of ChocoUte Cottnl Hlli sac Mr tI1 of 00). Oint-
ment Mo Boip Vk. Ifepcui London. ChtrttrhooM
tk I rarlt t Ko da In fiixi Boaton 131 Columbal At.
fatter Unt Cam. Crp Bolt fteprlttort.
Of Bund for How to Com SUa Torturti" etc. r
WINTER TOURIST RATES TO THE
Tickets on sale dally until April 30
1904 to the principal winter resorts of
Mississippi Georgia Alabama Flori-
da Tennessee South Carolina Louis-
iana and Texas. Return limit June I
Full details on application.
C. W. Stroln
Dlv. Pass. Agent Wlehlta Kag
Appointed Army Surgeon.
Special to Daily Leader.
Vlnlta I. T. Dec. 18. Dr. Joseph
Plnquard has been appointed as sur
geon In the United States army in the
Philippines and will sail from San
Francisco about the first of next
month. Mr. Plnquard was among the
first army surgeons In the Philippines
and had been home less than a year
A Costly Mistake
Blunders are some lines very ex
pensive. Occasionally life itBeif Is the
price of a mistake but you'll nevor
bo wrong If you tako Dr. King's Now
Life Pills for Dyspopsla DIzzInoss
Uendaohe.. Liver or Dow! trcubl?.
They ore genih yet thorough. 25c. .'.
."". B. Lilho Sk Co.'s drug s'ore.
Mayor Addlngtcn Resigns.
Hpeclal to Dally Loader.
accepted and Dr. C. E. Elder was
Guthrte Towel Supply.
Towels and aprons of all kinds fur
nished at very reasonable rates. 8e
me before you buy. Walter Hammock
w'.th Guthrie Laundry Co
Moth Gray's Sweet Powders for Otill-
drsn. fu-'J i.ifu!ly nerd bv Mo'her Cny
itirse Iti the Children's Homo l lCw
YorX Cure Fevorlshnoss Bad Biom
ach. Teething Disorders movfi and
regulate the Bowels and Destroj
Worms. Over 80000 testimonials.
They never fail. At all druggists 26c
Sample FRR19. Address Allen S. Olm-
sted Le Roy N. Y.
"I was much afflicted with scla'.iea"
writes Kd C. Nud lowaville Sedgwick
Co Kas. "going about on crutches
and suffering a grat deal of. pain.
1 liiiiiiAAil 4-m fi 1lnllAil'a Qnnm
" w ' -"""
Unlment. wh.h rel ered me. I used
mreo mxun " " '"" rwil
Tom Taylor bookkeeper at the
school land office spent yesterday at
File Your Wants
Flvo cents por line first insertion;
two and one-half oents por lino oaoh
FURNISHED rooms and board. No.
320 12. Noble avenuo.
WANTED Thrw good fresh oows.
FOR SALE OR TRADE 160 acre
farm 5 miles from Guthrie will trade
for city property. See tho Leader.
FOR SALE Good family driving
horso. Address "T. C" caro
BOTH PRIVATE and company money
to loan on city property Phono 47.
J. B .Green.
NTKD Situation by young man of
. in office or mereantilo house;
must find work. Address this office
"CARD end rooms by day or week.
".'C West Cleveland.
V.' '.MD Rags at The Leader office.
D. R. COTTON
Contractor and Builder
Shop 105 K. 1st street
Estimates furnished on appli
White' Serving Msvchines
New Home Sewing
Reed Rocking Chairs
ALL NEW GOODS
South Second St
ALL KINDS OF
The eelev Cure
Cure whlaiey Mo'iMnp Cocaine and
Tobacco. Tue only Kee'ev init'tuie In Tex
a. Okuhumi and ludtan territory. JSt4t
UMhd in Dallas IWM.
Tlio Kcelny Intitltuto
ItllVLl Plar nallaa TVTIfi
J. II. Keith Proprietor.
OUR NEW LINE.
Shortest Route and quickest time to
St. Louis and all eastern points.
Service and equipment unexcelled.
Through Bleeping car reservations
to St. Louia or Kansas Qlty may bo
secured on application to our Agent.
For information regarding rates
routes connections eta kindly ad-
dress C. W. Strain
Dlv. Pass. Agent.
CltUMI Uj txutlflcj th. btltj
rnMwutj (wwnutf cwvifi.
Fall to IluUrs Ona
to IU TeulLful CJlor.
lp ilnwi kilt iuo&.
.. Make Kldaeya.uid Bladder RlgU
r) jig pi a o
FOR SALE TOWN PROBpbtv
FOR SALE Five good lots in now
town of Hunter Garfield county.
Reasonable good investment AIrtre9
O. T. Wish Guthrie Okla.
GIN LOCATION Free gin site given
In Castl Creek nation. Indian toi
ritory. Now town excellent location.
No gin there. Large cron assured. Gin
must be built at onco. Addre. i
Smith Wostorn Railroad lownslte Co
Weleotka I. T.
Cor Vine and Olevenand
Rates Reasonable. Special at-
tention jiuen to boarders.
. M Vt C.-H jtf U Df.rt
1N -0 "llin PI Op.
We are buttin' in" the but-
Only first class outfit iu the
territories Write foi sample
and gel prices.
PUT YOUIt SAVINGS IN OUH
and they will be safe useful and with-
in your reach at any time.
THE GUTHRIE NATIONAL BANK.
Is a financial Institution of such stand
lng that It merits the confidence of all
who have money to deposit.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Frank Dale. A. Q. C. Blsrcr.
DALE A BIERER
Anderson Building Oklahoma avwnwu
STRANG A BLACK.'
Practice la all Courts of the
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office in Adler block south side OSh
ASP & COTTINGHAM
Office In victor Ulocic Guthrie Okla
Guthrie's Leading1 Hotel
Baton & Van Duyri Props.
Rktes09andJS0prday. All mod
I f ('. t -
W. L. F LINN
Coal and Feed
814 South Division Street.
J. S. B. HALL
Vbolesale3ivl rotall inaBufacturerof
AUegrettis. Chocolate and Bon
Bons Trilbs JJuttercluRs
Kisses CreShi Loaves" Cream
Caramels NQUCets etc. Ice
Cream. Flavoring flifracts
colors a'nd Pepslroda.
Phone 73. 119 S. First S. -
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 131, Ed. 1, Friday, December 18, 1903, newspaper, December 18, 1903; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc72234/m1/2/: accessed January 18, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.