The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 69, Ed. 1, Saturday, October 15, 1904 Page: 2 of 8
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THE LEADEN QUTHRJE OKLAHOMA SATURDAY OCTOBER 15 19C4.
?2 5o Sent Free
The Well-Unlwn Specialist- Franklin
Mllc M. D LL. B will Send HI
Book and $2.50 Worth of His Per-
tonal Tratment Free to any Reader
There never was a better opportune
iy for purcoim Buffering from dlsoaHOS
of tho heart nerves Jlvor stornnoli
anil kldnoyfl tp test free a remarka-
bly Bucccwful Treatment for those dis
orders. Dr. Miles In Known to bo n
loading specialist in those dlbViues
and Ms Ilbnrnl- offer Is Certainly
worthy of 80i IM oonnldefatlon by
ovory afflicted reader. This oppor-
tunlty may never occur anjafn.
Ills system of Pornonal Treatment
It thoroughly solentlflo and Immonsc
JyauperlT to other method. It In-
tJudes several new remedies carefully
Milocfod to mill each Individual caso
and Is tho flnat ronult of twonty-llve
ycar3 of vry extonnlvo reioarch and
ijreat socess In trontlnfj theso dlncas-
ts. Kach troatniont consists of a cratlve
elixir tonlo tnblet. ollmlnatlng pills
and aally n plaster. Extensive sta
tlsttca clearly domonatmlo that t)r.
Miles Personal Treatment Is at least
Ihreo times as HorotBfull as tho usual
treatment of physicians or general
remedied R"ld at tho utoros.
Col. B U. Spllman of tho 0th Uul-
led States nopnlnrs located at San
Diego Cal. nayn: 'ilr. Miles' Special
Treatment has worked wonders In my
ion's caso whan nil else failed. I had
employed tho ocHt medical talrnt and
had spout 12.000 In doing so. I be-
lieve ho is a wonderful specialist. I
censlder It my duty w recommend
Mm" "For years I hn.1 severe trouble
with my stomach head neuralgia
rlnklng Rpells and dropsy. Your treat-
ment entirely cured me."
Mr. Julhm KeUitor of 350 Michigan
Avoue Chicago testifies that Dr.
Miles cured him after ton ablo plij el-
clans hnd failed. Mrs. It. Trimmer of
Grconsprlng i'a.. -van cured nflur
many physicians hnd pronounced her
Ab nl! .iffllctcd renders may lmvo hla
V.wik and $250 worth of Treatment
t-MwJally ndnpted to tholr cage free.
Tjrt would ndvl( them to send for It
Tierore ii W io nto. Addroas. Dr.
Fmnltlln O. MiKs li"7 tu 1IK5 Mali
bt. KU'ha.-t. li.il
CAUGHT IN AN ELEVATOR
O IN A SOCIAL WAY. O
.Suiial'inp Bid (ilory
W'll ever et Itn hold
Whn we Jontltt sorrow
Out Into ib cold!
Bono or Back Pains. Swollen Joints
THROUGH1 THE BLOOD
D. botanic Blood Balm ;2. B. B.)
TO rHOVE IT ll.Il.ll. SUNT I'ltEH.
Wr want txtry rradtrofthlt pm lw rhewn-
auMi to nJ in In. or her nsmf. We will nj them
by return nail a ampi el Boiank BlooJ Balm the
wonjwfut UlooJ Remedy hh has iurrJ. to tuy
cotti. mart oW dp-eaiedobnlnaie i ae of riteum-
trim thin ell other remeJles. tn inf.. hoi rrit or
llnhnrmt rombineJ Uounk BlooJ IJIm kill the
i.i u-l. M.uii in .I... hbwLl In lie tmim eHtne
hnonv tlirmiKll tho week by parties Of jpufereJ. nourWhlfle Mood enJ.n a rhh. tlngHrig
nnupj liirmiaiii m- I Cood o( warm NooJ direct to the raralyied nere.
VnilOtlS kinds. iboneaartj Jlnt. tlln warmth and ireiillii:'
f I ttnere ii itarrure. pnuininwajr im - t.i.-
"" I ewe. . B. B.Im ireJ livndred of car here the
. ... .. -t..w sufferer lufl Wen doubled no (s yuir. or liei6 the
Mr. Will StOlU I visiting In Prry . "Xen TSerVio Zg they er.tmwMbfrUI
sill rrlendii and relntivei.
Man7 hoMw In Gutlirlo wore made
Mift Harry F Ardery the nwe-t '"
pr..nt H'niifr went U CiamlW laid.
idRht to !' a loadlne nrt In an en-
terinl'inient Riven thoro under ihe nuf
pldra of the 1-edy Maen'-ee lcnlge
and berfrrtlv riolA and 1l vet II.B.I1 utillmberei? the
otnu.itr;ililrntJ wit U bent ba. k ard made artt-
frct lanlnttuitaherallotlier rrmed-ei hod raMa.
li I.eaillrTe S; in plum a.
Bene calm irUtlca. or thootlm paln tin and down
the leg. afhlne back or ihouWer Hadei. iwHen
o1nloriDnn muklea. dMIhalty In nKrWfleawnd
to j-ou have to use trutrhei btiioJ Ihln or tkln
nalet ikln ltche and hum: thllilni palm: bi
breath etc. UotanW BlooJ Balir B. II. B.J I
remove (very .ymptim gle qulf It relief trorn the firl
dm and peimanently i ure In a few eeV lime.
Vek. ItiHrllTO Klilneja.
1 f iH.f ii. ru nf Phei matlsm is due to kidneys
v cw OrlOfk Dinner Party WdS andWadder. Palnilnthetolniandafeellrgof adall.
A MIX uciocrv Lii.m. h wttgM ln toitr part. o the Boweli. uitnoul
. rit the heme of Mr. and Mrs )en moutl. divalent? odor of the urine are
" ' nilalininn City w of the leading Mmptior. Ir Uih trouble
Dennis T. Flynn In Oklalioma -ay tUT lhtiktit than h. u. B. iiuimu-
m i.. ...o.nlM In lionor Cover-'latei all the nere of the Kldiwvi Into action ppeni
iast TlieeHtay OVamnU in lionui u""' upever channel reMilnnir In healthy natural flow
..- -! Mn T. B. FflrKtIKOn. Thei of urine the pawlne o!f of the uric acid and all
were only a few ruosis but a" had a
Local Happening of City and'Terrl-
tory Briefly To'rJ.
The ralti helped wonderfully.
Chandler Is noiod for Its good rtdn
arc all Uu- rage
Th" LI Heno compress
; ban It can do .
Jo" rniir Ferguson cats only two
noal8 per day .
Tho land office at Wnwolca I. T.
will close October 31.
other dlieaied nwtler jnda Ijitingcure made. H.ll.ll.
makes the kidney and Madder mongana neaitny.
Man Cot Seriously Crushed and May
St. Lajls Mo.. Ool. T--.T. V Am
Iiler an Oiccirlclnn eniplnvotl In tli
Missouri Pnelho brtlldlng. Sfenth nnd
Alarkct streets wan prol.nl! fatally
Injured In nn tdo.-ntnr accident on thu
cvon'li lloor of '.lint building yoBter-
AVhllo Amblor was at work repnl"
Ing aortaln elevator apparatus bolng'
bent forward frnin the seventh floor
with his had In the elevator shaft
tho elevator descended. The attend-
ont beard AmMers warning call too
lato to savo him from Injury as hla
head caup.tit between tho olevalor and
tho seventh floor fracturing his skuU.
Tho Injured man was romoved to thtJ
Mlbsourl Pacific hospital. His homo
Jn nt JCA Haitfcrd street.
t tho Pavllllon In Oklahoma City
nBt Monday ovonlng a grand receptlor.
wns Mrun at which Governor and Mrs.
Ferguson and the governor's slnlt
woro guests of honor.
1 he Benedict Dancing club In a suc
cess Nntl Tuesday nlfiht ihe oiuo
will have a -octal hop In the city hall.
The Endeavor Society of tho Cbi la-
tum cburrh Is arranging for a novel
onlertalnmant ai'd social to bo glvon
Welcome Them Home.
A large ftnthorlng if ".ho member
nnd their frlonds or the West Outhrlo
Motltodlftt church met in tho old chap-
pul on Wednesday ovenlng to grcor.
r.nd welcoao Paptor nnit Mrs C. H
McDerniOnd. who havo beon nway
e.i.m p.itiiirlr for Bomitlma After a
pleasant social tlmo mingled with
many words of wnrm wotcomo. ro-
fro8Umrr..t were servoa. After tho
'deporn.ro of tho company Mr. and
Mrs. MDermciiiJ were surprised to
dud ha-. d'.irlng lire tlmo tho pnreon-
ago 'md boon visited by so ninny
Monde wly had left their many af-
fectionate Rrootligs to find pltntv of
1 delicious ndil.lea and oilier nlo
thlnpi. Tho outlook for a prpomus
year Is bright.
OUR CUARAMTFE. Taka a large battle Ol
Bolanle Blood Dalmi B.B.B.lii dirtclirl on label
indwhtnlhe right ouintltf It taken cur I
ctrliln lurttnd latllng. If not curtdtourmonir
will promntl be rrfundtd wllhont arcument.
bride of o:ily a few days duiutlon.
i paseotl away at El Reno Tuesday .
Cnylo hPs Mrmo business men who
never go io -deep until their proilt
for tho day havo amounted" to $8.
Shawnee has a Presbyterian college
Proposition starinn it in he face ami
It hardly knows which way to turn.
i The otlu-r day tho wives of Chandler
surprised their husbands by treating
ihcm with enmeOiIng to eat at n royal
i " " "
A matt at HiacKwoil lias invented
new -mislcnl Instrumnnt tliat Is some-
thing Hko the mnn'lolln and ho tnn't
find a name for It .
Tho bridge recently washed out at
UnlOr City ha beon replaced by a
new One and trains are now running
over tho Rook Island.
. 1tnlu.il. ttlni.il Itutlll rtt.IS.lt.1 111
rieaunt and tafe to take. Thoroughly IMIed far 3C
ea. Comprxed of Pure Botank Ipgredlenli
Strentthen Weak Kidneys and Stomach! cures
Dvipcpiia. Sold by all DruggMs $1. I'er Large
' We.wliliroinrxeiedliectlonffir homecate. HBtnpIo
1r rro py willing l)Hu iiaim iju Mumia. .
!1 L-f irtiiiuble.andiDetlalfreeneiU''aladvlce
V k jour caie. will It lent n icaled letter.
A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES.
Itchhig; Blind Bloetlfitj; o)PTthid
Ing I lies. Your druggist will refund
money if PA7.0 OINTMBNT falls to
cuio you In 0 to 14 day. SOo.
Because He Vas Unable To Wtrk For
St. Louis Mc Cot. K. Ttlei J.
Zimmerman a brakenmn fr me Fris-
co uyatom. con. milted salcldp At bu
home S.A South Boyle .iventif.
ivhilo other lnetHDc-a of his family
were anient fiom the premises
Zimmerman had been !--'v for some
tlmo past and although not confined
tto his bel. ho wns unable to work.
At 330 o'chvk yesterday Stolla
Undsay who IWtw In tho next Hat
heard a shot. She rusheH to tho flat
of the 71mmornians and found tho un
fortunato man lying on iho floor In n
pool of McwhI. Ho was unable to speak
and boforo medical aid could Ik? sum-
moned he expired.
Married Last Wtdnesday.
Mr. Ome-.' P. Hosocrans and MleB
nrot A. Pniter. two popular young
people 'it nils city wero married at
the West Outhrlo Methodist parson-
ago last Wednesday October 12 by
now C H. MoDermond. They have
the best wishes of their many frlonds.
Mni. Henry Braun Is in St. Louis
visiting her slste: Mrs. Mlnnlo Forflter
while Mr. Urau'i l hi Milwaukee on
Mies Nolllo .Kimball loft Inst oven-
ing fcr a aboit visit In Kansas City.
Mr. and Mm James. Flndley of Fow-
oi. Indlanu nnd daugUKr Mrs. Clif-
ford 1). Sjscel of Wa'dkomls. Okla.
who have ln visiting at the home of
Mr. amV Mrs W. H. Coyle. 7?.3 East
Hminftjiavenue for sovoral days loft.
yoeiertiay inr vituKuium. iu mw
old frionds of Mr. and Mrs. Caylo.
They wro roynlly ontertnlneil at the
bemutiful Coyle bnnio.
Th Klnra club met las Wetlne.-
iav moruiug with Mie leaaie Sninn-
seli 0u Bast Vila and lied an eiv
JoyaMe tliue. Mls BlUabeUi McNeal
won flrnt prise Interest is kteudlly
growing In the Kimona club.
The guorits of honor were Mrs. John
Stone. Mips Amy BrocVs Mrs. Hoilifs
.MIm ldn Kihlaclc and Mrs. O. R. Fe-
.n. Airs. Charles Scton won the first
prlito at eutbro Mrs. R R. Catlln won
the Irmo hand and Mrs. McQann got
tho consolation. Rofvcshmcntu woro
hod nnd a happy few hours wero spoilt
by all. The aet meeting of the olun
will bo throe weeks from yesterday.
The Ladles of the Catholl6 church
wore slnvut a blissful few houry Tu&j-
day afternoon di the home of Mrs.
J D. Burko. r.0.1 Kast Warnor. Shor-
oot and enko were sorvod.
Entre Nous Club.
The Entro Nous club met with Mrs
L. L. Belund 41S East Harrison nven-
ue Frl ay afternoon. A Jovial aftor-
noon wits epeut hy tho club. Mrs.
Van Duyii won Ihe firs' prize af.
euchrn Mrs J. J. Illldroth tho lone
hand and Mrs. F H. Cteor. iho cor-
sol.iiUm The next meeting will bo
held October 21 with Mrs. Van Dnyn.
Owing the Woman's Federation
meeting the Kntre Nous club will moot
next Fridn) Instead of ihe iegul?r
nob TuvU.il of 'ove-letler fame is to
visit Stflb.nler this fall.
Kai couriy has an artist In tho per
snn of Mis Minnie Beatty. Miss Carrie Wick wai burned A
. . I death Wednesday at Knld. She was
There aro few towns in Oklahoma burning some gms In the yard when
that havo not organized Malhows fcir oMhlug became Ignited.
- Clint ley Spencer Ihe world's cbam-
Thleves entered a house at Okla- plon lC-yard LVi bird shooter ptart-
boma City lately and stole fifteen
Tho ladlos' bsind ot Stlllwnter H
getting n whole lot of praise for sonio
can so .
Morldlau is ono of the ouElu&t little
places In this part of tho country
i these days-.
It Is rumored that politicians are
currying beer In baskets over ln Pay-
Thirty mlucnil leases wo-e filed ro
eontly In Enid by Funk and McKean
bankers ot Marshal.
Ely's Cream Balm
This Remedy is a Specific
Suro to Clvo Satisfaction.
0I.VE8 RELIEF AT ONOE.
It cloanjes soothes heals and protects the
diseased membrane. I-i-ires Catarrh and
drives away a 0 ' Ue Head quioklr. '
Restores the i TasUi nd Smell.
Easy to nso. X. 1 no injurious drug.
Applied into tho L. 'trils and absorbed.
Large Size CO cents at Druggists or by
mall; Trial Blzo 10 cents by mail.
ELY BROTHERS 56 Wirrin St. New York.
led the nat'fes of Blackwell this weok
by showing them how to bold a gun.
J C. FOSTER & CO.
Transfer (8L Storage.
Warehose and Slables Opposite Santa Pe 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.
Ca.ll'and see us or call up phone 601.
We will be pleased to htv.ve your patronage.
J. C. FOSTER & CO
Gcorgo Martin was bitten bv a rat-
tle snalto Bear Chnntllcr "Wednesday
while picking co'ton.
rnntrnets for tho erection of tho
new public buildings In the three now
counties havo been let.
The farmers over In Pay no county
nr wondering why cotton Is higher in
Shawnee than ln Guthrlo.
Tho Kingfisher foot br.H boys nre
ghowln? them all n wnrm lime this
jenr but th? soason la young.
A new pnpor hns beon launched nt
Stillwater. It is a popu:it advocate
and Its editor Is Louis Jnrdot.
At Perry thoro Is a lady who causes
all the dogs In the neighborhood to
yowl whon she plnys the plana
Because n man came to Kingfisher
officers ot the law the olher day and
gavo himself up they ordered him
scut to the insane asylum. The mau
only desired his winter's board.
Miss Katherine Schnell. who Is In
St. Loulfc at the fair will return in
about qr week. .
Miss Mynle Black who has bean at
tho fair for several ":eks will visit
friends nt St Joseph and Kansas City
for a nrantli before returning homo.
The Catholic Ladies.
The Catholic ladle win give a
euchre party next Tuesday afternoon
at tho pretty homo of Mrs. J. L. Voe-
vell. All city ladies tiro invited.
Friday Afternoon Club.
Tho Friday Afternoon olub was de-
lightfully entertained at the home of
Mis. A. P. Saunders 3X4 East Noble
Your heart beats 100000 times each day !
Put vour finuer on your Dulse and feel the blood rushing by.
Good blood or bid blood? Good health or bad health? You
knov. Your doctor will tell you his experience with Aycr's
Sartaparllla in :hcsc cases. Sold for sixty years
3. 0. Ajw Ca.
Tho Excelsior Olub had a pleasant
meeting lal Monday attornoon at tho
homo ot Mrs. Ceorgo Stookdale COG
East Mnnsnr avonuo. An ebiboiato
piogram wns ronlored and a splendid
time was enjoyed by all In attendance.
In response to the roll call Iho ladies
gave quotations from tho summer's
leadings which were exceedingly fine.
Tho paper on "The Relation Of Amer-
ican And English Literature" by Mrs.
Ashtcn was excellent. Mrs. Bennett's
paper on "New England Preachers"
was a masterful piece nt argument.
Miss Canon'a paper on "Tho Mather
Dynasty" was highly enjoyable and In-
teresting. The character sketch of
Captain Jitn Smith by all of the mom-
bora of the olub was edifying and in
fc-traetlvp The current eyenta were'
all good and everybody was prepared.
It is a rule of the club that those -vho
(Nil ii iv -ouiYtnt event must buy
ben bons fr.r the ulub at lis nevt meet-
Iiir and it is a good one for there haa
nevar- bir-ii cne failure to far. Next
Monday afterno.ni the club wi'l meet
at tho Carnotie library-
Mi. a:id Mr .lahn Rltcluy. or
Ltoauor. Indiana ora in the city vlsl-
tlo.R Dr. and Mrs. Shades Besanson
nt their beautUMl suburban home on
South Vine and Bonuregaid aenue.
The Country Club.
The Country Club will meet to night
ut the home of Mrs. Lenleach 511
Mrs. J 11 IlnvinEhoTCt Is In Joplln
Mo visiting Mrs. E. D. Mix. From
there sbo will go to the world's fair
accompanied hy Mrs. Mix. After visit.
Ing nt the fair a few days Mrs
Havlrghorst v. 111. vial t her niece Mrs.
0. b. Covlnaten In Havanna 111.
Thr Acorn Club
What s ponllorel as one of the
linnet meetings that Uie Acorn Club
has held for a long flay; was that of
Ubt TutedRy nferfiflu tt the Carne-
gie llhrary Thu program wa. filled
with rich and irstrurtive papers ami
(Centloud on page S.)
Tho oil district at Bartloavlllo I
T.. is becoming to bo recogmzod ns
tho biggest oil field In Hie world.
: Through Sleeping Car Service
.- Santa Fe and Missouri Pacific
TO ST. LOUIS MO.
Commencing June 1 1004 Santa Fe train No. 110 wiH
carry a through Pullman sleeping car from Purcell I. T.
to St. Lonis Mo. via. the Missouri Pacific Railway from
Kansas City Mo. The Missouri Pacific Railway has eight
trains daily each pay between Kansas Oity and St. Lcuis.
First class service in every respect sleeping par-
lor and chair cars electr'c lights electric fans and elec-
Ask your agent to sell you tickets via. the Missot.ii
Mrs. l.iziflo Pays Crumpaeiter a
A YOLNG GIItL'S THOUGHTS
Oftentimes turn muslcward. Tho Que
tlon Is What instrument shall I leoxa
to play? Nothing better than one of
our Pianos which we aro selling at
low flgurea you cun purchase on eas;
monthly payments. Years of export
onoe has enabled the makra to pr
duco a piano of unsurpassed wort
mauship and Quality ot tone. Tae pr
feetlon ot mechanism for makl&g
We will sell you on easy payraeert
Write for full Information it yoa oa-
Bwer this ad. We will send yen e
copy of the Nation's Homo sotgs Crt
containing the following word w
Star Spangled Banner
Red White and Blue
. Yankee Doodle
Old Folks at Home
Auld Lang 8ayne
Home Sweet Home
Lead Kindly Light
Rock of Ages
In My Old Kentucky Home.
Write your name and address plalal
E. h: KNAUS!
104 Ha-rrison Avenue
E. STYLE8 A. G. P. A.
Kansas City Mo.
E. E. BLECKLEY T. P. A.
It you will pay a vist tothe
Carriage ait. Wagi Works
822 S. Division St
We will show you how we.
tighten loose wagon and buggy
tires without cutting welding and heating them thus rreserr
ing the wood-work from injury a wonderful invention which
cost a large sum of money in order to be up-to-date. 0 i shop
has the Only Henderson T're Setter in this section of the
Dnited States. We also have the very latest Goodyear Rubber
Tire Machine. We put first quality rubber tires on any whee
that rolls buggy or wagon. New vehicles made to order Re
pairing painting and trimming our specialty. You are invites
to visit our factory the best equipped la the Southwest.
First class Horseshoing SCHICKRAM & WICKMAfV?
THE SISTERS OF
Under Auspices of Episcopal Church TOPEKA KAS.
Forty fourth year begiiia Sept Htn. with courses ln Aiadcmic arU College Depart
meats. Muait . Art Stone building atearo lieaied with beautiful campus of SO acre
lacing State Capital
cataloeue rom HENHY L. McCLELLAN. M. A..I Regent.
V. a Guas I'reat. Phawk Dale. V-Presldent. J. W. Priinr. V-Preat. tw
I..nv (Iii.mi.iiii Pishl.r 11 W ll.lHTru lnd fTlf Ala TI PfTjanv. Aftct Pl.hl.r. tf.4
2CUTHRIE NATIONAL BANK
OLDEST IN OKLAHOMA.
D. ti. udss. A. J. Seat. Hskrt E. Asp
Fuank dals. ZZZ w- 'I- Coyle j k. Cottihohau
J. V. 1TUHT. A U.U. WIHUV JtUOT. SUHUSIUQ
lTTTT Here's Your Coal ladan
Put into your bin with no in
convenience or annoyance to you.
Bin filled up with clean honest
toal all ready to last half the
Orders filled in Summer are apt
to be just a little bit better at-
tended too if that'? possible for
for I am not qultfl so buisy at tliat
Any time you want an honest
measure of honest coal come to
N. F. Che .die Phone 6.
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