The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 42, Ed. 1, Wednesday, September 14, 1904 Page: 3 of 8
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THE LEADER QUTHWe OKLAHOMAWEDNECDAY SEPTEMBER 14 1904.
Tt. nA.TAl.J D..JL A 4u fb lli A Ikiailii
Mod permanent cur of Scrofula Rhcume--lira.
Catarrh Ulctri Ecitma Sorei. Erup
tloni Weakntst NeiTOutaeit and all
BLOOD AND SK'!1 DISEASES.
It la by far the belt building up Tent's and
Bloo Purifier ever offered to tkowerld. It
rn.ktl ntw rich blood impart renewed rl
tality and pattella elmeit mlraculeua
healinrpreperuee. Wlla Uf BeekafW.lt-
dTul Car tent trt an aullcatloA.
If not kept by your Weal dru (tat aaad
$i eofor a lare bottle er Jj o (or eia botiltt
and .jrditine will be teat freight paid be
BLOOD BALK . AUSBIS US
Enid 10 Guthrie 0
1 1 1 Vt 1 1 M Kfl 1 WR FREHCVi FOilLE
WMI i pills.
A S.rm. Oati fteuav l hmMM II ewrae.na".
If II tlaalTI'atL. S.r.lert8prf uU.
fMU U.rft.tM4 r M...J tufaae. B.al ana.!.
vtoa r.H.r.l. atlM It irjaar lnllMM
kere UtH tee rr r a r la tee
urtiTto uroicLi:o.aeira DmaMTTK. pa.
olrtluOuthrle by Chas. Renfro.
Standing of the Clubs.
P. W. J
En!d - 81 1" 0
anthrlf .2& 16 IS
Shaffinie - ..U ....20 8 M
Oklalioma City 24 9 15
Enid won- the game from Quth to
.. 1... V. inn 1 nf ID r H. Onlv
nvo innings wcro played by agreement
Wlllet p'.trhed for Guthrie aria ho wn.
wild letting tho Enid team bat hln
... ... .i.n .lUMnml rrsvn mnrp
an liver ni" uiu-uum. - ....-
garnet- will be played on the Enid dla
mond one today and another toir
Dr. VTmrer't Traeitxnaat.
Bj rp part U Um blood. Cat He UU Ua ttspUoeSt
G. W. Bruce
BOOKKEEPER AND ACCOUNTANT
Rooms 2 3 4 Bamford
Building Guthrie O. T.
Sptcltt attention given to the exam-
ination of County Itecordi and boo be
l of a Mercantile cnaracier.
I Reference!; Hoard of aounty aom-
I mlitioneri Logan county; Board of
I county commluloncri. Dewey Co.;
I Board of county eornmlailoncri.
I Blalnt county: any bank In Guthrie.
B. II. E.
Brooklyn . 0s3"0 01's-' 2
Fhlladplph! ...OClOtUtflO-2 "' -.
Batteries: Cronln and Bergen;
Frascr and Doolu.
n. it. R.
New York ...0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 03 C l
Boston QOOlOoflOO 1 6 C
Battorlpn: McOInnlty and Warner:
Wllhelm and NeedhW
It. II. E.
K'tf York 21. 0.0 0 0 10 2
rtnatnt 0 0 2 0 0 0 02 2 C
natterlcf.: Araos and Warner; IMt-
tlDRer and Kcodhatn.
n. H. E.
Cincinnati 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 x 2 G a
I Pittsburg 0 010 0 0 0 0 01 1 2
KaaV WaMajruaur' W.M
f "ii eaaaaaaaeaie.Mia.aiiiMaiiii
After the Stork
has made his visit there is
a two-fold need of
V at MAaat.
It contains just the food properties
needed for mother and child.
A predigested food with uncqualed
Invigorating snstaicing not intoxi-
cating. Sold by Drnnltta. Prepared by
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Asa'n
1 net felt to Include tba Anhauier-Barek Brewery
ia xvur bi ..91.1a sa.i"iHa.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Frank Dale. A. G. C. Dlerer.
DALE & BIERER.
Andcraon Bldg Oklahoma Avenue
STRANG &. DLACK
I Pracllco In all Courts In Iho Territory
; Guthrie Okla.
I.ynrh and 1'helt-s.
R. II. U.
Clnolnnntl - 0103 00x 1 7 3
Pittsburg 1 0 010 0 02 8 2
llnttorles: ll-trpor and Schlolj
Robcctallle and Archor.
WOODMEN PHYSICIAN HERE.
File Your Wants
RATES. I WANTED MISCELLANEOUS.
n. ii. e.
Doaton 000 00000 2 0
Phllnaoluhla 000000 0-0 a v
BnUeilcs: Tnnnchlll nnd Orlger:
Henley nnd Powers.
Say Groh of Ordtr ir Territory it
Dr. and Mrs. A. U HcuEuworth of
CnslKoii. woro In thu city ytorday
huving rettunpd from tho Woi.tVa fnlr
and were on tncl'- vay homo. Dr.
Houscwnrrh Is the head phfilelan for
th Molern Woodmrn of Oklahoma. In
spcaUlng .it the Brow h of the oidor he
uiM Unit Oklahoma has bi'cti making
trvmcniloiiii strides toward woodcraft
and 'hat the membership had lncroos-
ed 20 por cent during the las' two
Attorney at Law.
Office In Adler Block South side Okla
THE ELKS HOTEL.
Guthrie's Leading Hottelry.
Rates $2.00 nnd $2.50. Modci 3ob-
Hi Blocks from Union Depot.
DRAi.E & OUEEN. Proprletori.
MS. 8. GLADISH
Attornty and Counselor at Law
Offlorj it National Bank of Commerce
Collections foreclosures and com
Omaha-Dcwer game postponed; wet
3t. Joseph-Colorado Springs Srno
THE A3TOR HOUSE.
Hs been opened under new manage
ment The most pleasant
rooms In town will be let
by day or week at rea
MRS. P. C. KELLER.
THE ROYAL HOTEL.
Van Duyn & Eaton Props
Paten 2.00 nnd J2.E0 per day.
Lending Hostelry In Guthrie.
ORVILLE T. SMITH
10 14 Harrison Ave. Telephone 654
Special nttdntlon to the law of Cor
ppratlono Refit Property and Insur
ance. Guthrlci Okla.
1 Five cont per lino first Insertion;
two and one-half rents per lino each
BOTH PRIVATE and company money
to loan on city property. Phono 47.
J. B .Green.
FOR SAL.I3 atreot cab. Will sell on
reasonable terms- For particulars
call ut this office.
UIN LOCATION Free gin site given
In CastK Creel: nation Indian ter-
ritory. New town excellent lo.mtlon
wo gin there. Largo crop assured. Gin
must be built at once. Addrosa F
Smith Western Railroad Townslte Co
Weleotka I. T.
Milwaukee-Kansas City game post-
At Louisville fc
Louisville 1(5; Indlannpoils P.
At HU Paul
St. Paul 7; Minneapolis 0.
Toledo i Columbus 7.
FOR .SALE A scholarship In Molds
ney Practical Business collage M
Kinney. Texas. Full course; value
f7f will sell for ? 18.00. Addross The
SOIIOLARHHIPS In Tylor (Tex.)
Literary. Normal and Comraorclal
collogc; value $10. Two for $2S.0).
AiWrsSa The Loader.
w.NTrcn--Trrrltorv salesmen for
c- sr town In Oklahoma and Indian
territory. If you have a good suit ot
clothes and threo weeks board nnd are
satififlod : h f3.000.00 a yo' come
and see ts. Rooms 1 to 1 ovor 2i
Urtialionm sonto. Tho 'Avviirmble
.-itlt-fiharin.u ng Plow Sharo C i.
Is Golf Catching
A .mtlnaflVila Innronso in SalQS Ot
Painklllor comes from golf disUlcts.
Th reason for this Is clour as Perry
Davis' Painkiller Is tho oldest and
bust remedy eant for sprains
strains bruises and soreness all of
which are of oommon occurrence
either in vigorous play or through ac-
cident. Everywhere tho standard
lln'ment and balm.
Locations In Oklahoma Wanted.
The Frisco System land and Imm
gratton association is alroad; turnlaj
Its sharo ol tno soutnwestorn uao n
immigration to Oklahoma
Threo hundred and fifty agents ot
this association from tho Bust and
North have Just completed a tour off
Oklahoma and viewed Us resourcei
and Interviewed lis landownora and
local association ngonts for the solo
purpose of better presenting Oklaho
ma opportunities to tho homesoekK
and Investor In tho older Btates.
This asGoclation is tho most offl
ciont of its kind In oxlstcnco nnd has
agents everywhere In tho United
States. If you wish to sell your farm
town or other property or if you do-
slro capital for factories mrrcantlla
establishments or any of tho Indus
trios please address R. S. Lemon
Secrotary Immigration Bureau. Dept
A. Frisco Building. Saint Louis. Mo.
S. A. Hughe
General immigration Agcwt
GEO. M. DEGROFF
Justice of the Peace.
INSURANCE AND REAL E3TATE.
DOCTORS CLARK & CO.
Treat chronic and private disoavwe
of both sexes make vlsltn to any p
ot tho city or cotlntsy free.
Office Over 108 Wet Harrison Ay.
Hours 9 to 12
VICTOR G. HOUSTON
Insurance. .Real Estate.
Agent for Leading Fire Insurance
Office: Roar Bank of Indian Territory
M. LUTHER WEST
Notary Public and
WANTED- Men to learn barber trdUo
Fow weeks completes. Special In
ducements to distant npplloautt. Can
nearly earn oxrtiss bftforo finishing
Constant practice export Instructions
Tools donated diplomas gtantoil
Wrlto for particulars. Molor Barber
College St Loutu. Mo.
William Culpepper of WacorTxa-..
was critically Injured yesterday at
Edna being; crushed by a SOO-nounl
cake of Ire.
M .White contractor will build cis-
terns nt forty-tlvo cents por barrel o:
100 barrols otpaclty and up. All kinds
of mason work. See mo at Santa Fe
House. Prompt attention given.
Difficult wa'ch work done by J. W.
"R. R CARLIN
Largest Insurance Agercy
Phone" 430. Room 1
"THE STRAIGHT LINE.
The St. Louis El Reno 4. We
OUTHRIE TO EL RENO.
QUICK SERVICE AND THE BMMi
T. L. Wolf Traffic Minnger.
10S& E. Okla. Ave Guthrie Okla.
Guthrie Towel Supply.
TowoU nnd aprons of all kinds fw
nlshcd nt very ronsonablo ratf3. SWJ
me bi'"oro you buy. Walter Hammock
FOR RENT Soven room nouso 119
East Noble avenue good cistern.
For rental price call on T. A. Neal dls
trlot court olerk.
JFOR RENT Two furnished rooms
with bah. Mil East Noble ave.
l'CR RENT 005 Bast Oklahoma ave
nue. 6 rooms well and tarn; olose
to County Central and Capitol Hill
schools. 'y Kesler 802 North Broad.
WANTED 7 or 8 roonv hous with
modern laiproenents at once. En-
quire at room unst of Grand 1jo.dc-r
I have position for good salesmen.
See me for terms. V. Bowers 103
West Harrison. Guthrie.
World's Fair Excursion Company.
Tho World's Fair Excursion Co.
in oonnwJtlon with the Frisco System.
will on Ausust 2Stri run Special Ex-
cursions from points in Arkansas In-
dian Territory Oklahoma and North
Tevas to St Louis and return.
The service furnished by the Ex-
1 -. .-.I.... nn.nnn. will I n 1 1 1 fl A r TIB
SIXTH DISThlC. ... ! i trsm Rt Imila. dallv
DEMOCRATIC cuNVtniiun.'i""""""' -" "
DR. F. D. 8TALF0RD
Rooiub 2 and 8 ovar Guthrie Savings
XJunlc Phone No. 80.
Cor. First and Harrison Guthrie Okla
Dlt. G. W. WYATT. D. D. S..
Reception room with Dr. C. R Hill.
Rooms (1 and 7 over Guthrie Savlugs
Bank corner First and Harrison.
Plion CY4. Outhrlo. Okla.
-.it I. '
Well furnished room close In for
rent; modern conveniences net door
to a private-bonrdlna; house handy for
clerks or professional men. Call nt
IIS East Noble uvenue or seo Green
& Smith 114 West Oklahoma avonue.
World'o Fait Visitors. '
Tho pavilion erected by the Frisco-
iSook Island Systems at Main Entrance
of the World's Fair is suroly a place of
no little Interest in fact It Is t-no ot
the many attractions.
Visitors to the World's Pair are cor-
dially Invited to Inspect tho Frisco
Rook Island System building Hero
will bo found a place ot rest courteous
attention besides thero will bo dis-
tributed freo of cosf souvenirs aud
descriptive Hteraturo of tho Great
SouthwosL The roader will undoubt
odly. overlook a very Important attrac-
tion in ease of failure to visit tne
Frisco-Rock Island System pavilion.
Remember Main Entranco World's
WANTKD nuspraslbl'J man to raw.-
age office sad lUs'rlbutlns; depot for
a large Manufacturing Co. Salary.
1125.00 per mou'h and commissions
Applicant must furnuu xood rofor-
euees and $750.00 to H4MW.00 cash.
Address Factory. l?th & Johnson Sts..
rll:"" KB rtnMq qr rilirACa
riecond hand cash register. Cheap
fur cash. Call ux Loador office.
Tho city oxnnJnatlon of teachers
will bo held in Central school. SepL
J 6th and talh commencing nt 8 o'clock
a. m. Frank E. Buck SupL
' Dally Leader JO cents a week deliv-
ered every day except Sunday. Car-
tiers collect weekly.
Two well established and paying
business propositions to trade for real
estate. Call at ouce.
R. A. Gaffney
Ti. uii.fitn (nnvfnlinn ol I lie
Democrats of tho Sixth loglelrttlo dls-
trlct of tho Territory of Oklahoma U
hereby called to bo held at Guthrie
Oklahoma on Thursday. Sept 20th.
at 2 o'clock p. m. for tho purpose of
nominating a camlldato for the legis-
lature In said district. The basis of rep-
resentation to said convention to be
M follows- One delegate at largo for
each twenty votes or major fraction
thprof. cast in 1908 for Wm Cross.
This m'io ontitles the several town-
ships wards or precincts to represen-
tation as follows:
1 aw rle ?
Spring Creek -
Rose Hill 3
City of Guthrie.
First ward 4
Second ward. Bai. pree'L . . 2
Second ward. West preet.. . 4
ti lu rannmrnaniied that the mimar
las U held at the usual voting places
In each townsnip on inuniaoy. oujiu
Stnd. 1904 at 2 o'clock p. m.. for the
purpose of selecting delegates to the
Chairman Democratic County Com.
Territorial Committeeman for I.oan
ndmlsslon to the fair. lodging nnd
three meals dally at tho Inside Inn
admission to the leading Plko feat
ures rides on the Ferris wheel and In
fact! all necoesary expenditures. Flvo
days will be spent In St. Loula and
the entire cost of tho trip has been
planed at a nominal amount In order
to enable anyone to go and to know In
advance the cost of the entire trlD.
For information padres World's
Fair Excursion C . Fort Smith Ark
Cor Vino nnd Cleveland.
Rates reasonable. Special Meu"&
given to boarders.
N. B. Smith Prop.
Both Phones 41.
C. L. WRIGHT
Plasterer and Contractor.
Residence) 'phono 218. Good work
guaranteed and prices reasonable. Re-
ialr ..ik a specialty.
813 No 7th St. Guthrie Okla.
Cured by the Boston Drug.
4 x J
HE Boeton Drug
hat ltn on Ilia
market for I?
yeart and hae acldem
failwl to rfleel a mn
whtu slven accoiduiK
fan be i. '"in '
cultet. .. uli 0 . tit . i
Juvl WllUJt I) C J
ll.'mt i aiiul'i .
after taVma; U
boaeail. -Jl ' lc.
GUTHRIE BROOM FACTORY.
M. C. Conner.
Phono 787. 502 So. Second St.
4- 4-4 HA-1 11
X HARRY. THE CABMAN
j. Can now be found at ;(Jr'.so-n & .
Sraith'a Ulvvrj Stable an Qitla Ave .
rilONK 7 "
lac drttnra Tlifro. J
) n t.M. -n-t
The Missouri Pacific Railway
The favorite line between Ifnueas City ami St. Louis
Five traing daily each way; ftrgt class trains n every
respect and the fastest time. See that your tickets
read via the MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY
The Sure way to Reach your Destination
quickly and with he Greatest Degree of Comfort
Takes you direct to the World's Fair Grounds.
miul nrivE BTON'S
-- i win n t '
Ers?sEOTT'E3 "oi u" "v ;ro!
Tun maiuai um u i ifi
ieM ae aaa na u
C. B. Styles A. G. P. A.
Kansas City Mo.
"E. E. Blaoklby T. P. A
Rosooe Piety wan's to clean and
press your clothing. Under the Royal
You Are Going?
You are going to tho World's fnlr.
save money and tsroublo by securing
rooms in advance. For special low
rates write Oscar L. Allen In charge
of advance booking for Visitors
World's Fair Hotel five minutes walk
from main entrance. St Louis Mo
two 1 tliiuut.. It llv-ttiJ
at awt I..- diaeM I a: i
. tor slimuln.u
M. II M. Whltnev. (or ra prrllriit 'I
tbe Mai State Board of Pbaranw aa. "
liratuttosly iudoraea lioatoii uii-g "" "
ttybQi v I ssjo
The United State Health Report aay ' 1 !'
treatBtant of Us rteatuu Uru: C. i ii ')
curative agency inr 'itnl to the um- ol Ituur lliet
liae er come uader (- atwetraiiou "
Boaton Drag I uaed In nearly all the H-
pcnaarlca and Inflrmarlea far reelorlne;
drunkard to their normal condition to
fbelr lf and family. t Jhair bullnea
Fren U to 5 wl atcompUeh what U lenuliee
from jre to J by oatag other '' ; '"
drur itoree; d $i tor t.t by atalt; no r.ol
tent COD Care paraaUd o w11'1
fully refunded. Sample nt free by writing
BOSTON DRUG CO.
I 344 Washington St. BostonMnsa.
-. " a-8-a.ap-a a O . a-X W
Transfer (SL Storage.
Warehose and Stables Opposite Santa Fe Passenger Depot
If you desire to store household goods call up
Phone 001 and we will transfer and store them for you
consign or redeliver on short notice at reasonable rates.
Co.ll 'and see us or call up phono 601.
We will bo pleased to htwe your patronage.
J. C. FOSTER & CO
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