The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 84, Ed. 1, Saturday, October 29, 1904 Page: 3 of 8
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1 THE VALUE OF CHARCOAL.
RIGHT IN LINE.
THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLA.. SATURDAY 0CTC3ER 29 190.
$2 5o Sent FreeLfKRa5i3Hmj5H555raKK
m w? p-iir jp HH HF?TTyW?W?sfyM?1sl
Df Wll Smith Who Killed Leon Frank- pew people Know How Useful It Is In Watehes of Rock Island Employees
lln at Lawton. Preserving Health apd Beauty. Must Be Inspected In El Peno.
Lawotn Okla. Oct 21. Tho pre-j vciv eervlodv knows that char El Reno Okla. Oct 29.--U hm beta
litinary trial of VM Smllh for thej he mtmt an(1 moii efficient frequently stated that various move
killing of I-en Franklin at the Rnlph
place on Rig Beaver was tried in tho
probato court yf-sterday.
Mr. Ralph who was present through
out the difficulty stated tho case in
Ids testimony practlcall ae follows-
disinfectant and purifier in nature. hut'nle ' th notk Island people lend
few realise Its value wIja- ia'n luto lo a" i" tbe city of HI Reno is
the human system for me snme cleans- to one r tH Important points along
am purpose i ln lne nt 'y'h- As earh have
Charcoal Is a remedy that the more akpn P'-v " becomes moro and mora
vn :k nt it th liottor: it is not a PIarnt that this statement Is to be
-I was at tho enmp Saturday night lpig Rt n bul 8mpIy abswl)8 h0 borne out by the farts
paying the boys off who ware picking I RJM mpurlt)ea niway8 present ' Reparations are now under way and
cotton for me Soon efter I had Ptd Mu. .nmfph nil itMtino and car- u l9 ProbaMe the woik will Iwgln to
day an extensive yanl Improvements.
W. M Bronson
disinfects the mouth ana thront fron-
the poison of oatarrh. '
All (lnutuists sell charcoal in one
t. tt ... M ..!..... I It.... llA I
iecn rrnnKiin on i annum. .. "- re Ulem out of lhe gygtem.
was drinking nnd fearing trouble sen-. chprcoal sweetens the breath after
word for htm to come to me. that hU Lmoklngi drlnklni or ner eating on
pay roll was not correct He dldn tmg am oUjer oor0UB vegetabe.
come and I called him und told hlm c hliiw1 eireculBly cJears nnd lm
to lve his money to his woman and M .e cn. lt whitens t' a
80 to sleep In the tent that If he didn't I lwjth mnJ fiirthef actg as a n(UunU W(J
troublo wfts likely to be ho result. He. lnjjUy Mf
promliod to do so and went to his tern u . Uie luJurIous wWeh
The next tiling i nearu wa a !. . Mwt Jn Jhe rtomnch nn(1 vel
shot nnd following t'lnr. a woman
came out of Franklin's tint followed
by Franklin with n gun.
" Want after Franklin to get his
Bun nnd Just as I got to him he point-
ed his gun In my face and I want It to
on record that it I'd hud n gun at that
i lme I would have shot Rim and enden
things right there. It was then that
Smith shot He sliot twice. Frank-
lin's gun wouldn't work but he was
trying to pull It off Into the crowd as
ho ran Into tho cotton patch whore
he fel' I Sent another man to get
his But Then Franklin was plckod
up and brought In and all poMiblc
dono foi- him. Ho died In lew than
nn hour. An artery was cut nnd he
blod to death."
The Wcll-knlwn Specialists Franklin
macs m. v. ll. a win scna hisw
Bock and $S.50 Worth of His Per- Bj
tonal Trjatment Free to any Reader
There nsver was a better opportuni-
ty for perron suffering from diseases
of the heart nervea livor Momnch
nnd kidney to test free a remark-
bly successful Treatment for these dls
orders. Dr lilies Is known to 1ms h
i leading specialist In theve diseases
and his liberal offer Is certainly
Worthy of serioas consideration by
every afflicted render. Tills oppor-
tunity may never occur again.
His system of Personal Treatment
U thoroughly scientific and linmense-
lysuperiT to other me Hi oils. It In-
fill ly sA'.MIhtWrrfsdtHfnlOtiirhotabgo
eludes several new remedies carefully
elected to suit earh Individual case
and ts (he flnal result of twenty-live
Hut one Important move maile Tiles-
day alno indicated that nor.iethlnff
f.heac is tn lapis The Morse DrUK
and leweliy co.apany were yesterday
notlflptl that they had heen feleeted
as watch inspector for this division
of the Rock Island and Choctaw rail-
ways and a nun Iwr of watcher of em-
ployees which have been at other
points arr'ved here in addition to tho years of very extensive research and
exchange watch which are tued great access In treating these dlaeas
wl He tim'-ple.ps of employees are os.
form or another but probably the. " 'agoing Inspection. This I not ft I Bach treatment oonMaU of a eratlve
nest charcoal and the uost for the tch "-Te-Un point but the eatnl. j ellslr tonln tablet eliminating pills
money Is In Stuart's Charcoal Loc- ZJZ.
enges- they are composed of the fln-t
est powdered Willow cnarcoal. an.ij STEPHENS COMING.
otnnr harinlewi anttseptlca In tablet "
lorn or rather In the form of large. Te-as ConnrMsnian Coming to Speak
plenssnt Ustlng Imtenges the char- at Bi3 Barbecue.
coal being tnlxod with honey.
The dnlly ttae of these losonges will Lewton Okla. Oct. 29. Judne P.. E.
soon tell In a much Improved condt l-. Morghti secretary of the county
tlon of the genoral honltn better com- Dome emtio central committee today
ploxton sweoter breath anil purer ' t ocelvod a cnmmuntcntkn from Con-
blood ind '- Mtr of It Is that no'srewman John H. Stophens of tho
nosalblo harm can result from their Ju.nbo Jlsttlct of -Texas. Ihat he
I. C. Bronson.
BRONSON & BRONSON
farm Loans insurance Abstracts
Only complete abstracts of Htlc in Logan County
You pay interest and principal at our ofllce.
Oldest aui largest insurance agency In Oklahcma
118 West Okla Ave.
Robert scott hume
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW
"Humo BiilcHrfJ." 452 D Stroot N. W.. Wixsh-
ington D. C
TO CATCH UP WITH CASES.
O. H. Travers Has Been Made Special
Judge at Lawton.
Lawton OkU Oct. 29. Judge O.
H. Trovers 1ms been elected spectnl
Judge bv the Comanche county bar.
The business of the district court has
become so congested that there seem-
ed no possibility of catching up so
District Judge Frank Gillette u-'al
the n'cm'ifi of the bar to choose one
of the number to try civil ctmes. Trav-
ers will try only such cnaes as liti-
gants agree to submit to him.
continued use nut oil the contrary I vould be In Lawtcn. November S to
giont benefit. make nn address at tho grand Demo-
A. 'Buffhln phvalolan rrf speaWng; of ci-atle demonstration and barbecue
the benofltrt of charcoal says- "I ad Congressman Stephens Is one of the
vise Stuart's Charcoal Lozenges to nil ( leading nton of tho national legWa.
patients sufforlng from gas In atomaoh lure and one or tho strongest friends
and bowels nnd to clear tho complex- of Oklahoma of any who do not reside
ion nnd purify tho bream mouth nnd i Unlit He borders lt was he who
'hront; I sleo bel!oo mo liver Is was the most Instrumental In wour-
greatly beneflttod by tho dally use of In? the opening or the new country
i... i... i.. n.i.... n.. .uinij'aii will UK nthfir tnrnmmfnt Innilx- 111
uivni hib uni uui L.icni. v. in. .. ntial.li.a hnil nriwnnnrw1 hor
a box at drua stores and although in I Oklahoma. This will be his nit vitt '..'"""..
to Lawton and probably his first
speech In the ne-v country.
On that day also Hen. Frank Math-
ews. Democratic nominee for dele-
Public Lrxnds ixnd Mlninri Ltxvv cv. Spocitxlty.
and 38lly a plttster. Iixteaslve ata
tlstlcs clearly demonstrate that Dr.
Mtlos Pereonal Treatment Is at least
Ihree times as veasfull as the usual
treatment of physicians or general
temedles sold at tho stores.
Col IB 11. Splltnaii or the lh Wil-
led States Hepiilnrs located at San
Diego Cnl. says: "Ur. lilies' Special
Treatment has worked wonders in my
op's oaio whon all else frtllwl. I had
employed the ucst medical talent and
had spent $2090 In doing so. I be-
lieve he Is a wonderful spoolallst. I
renslder lt my duty to recommend
him" "For years I had severe trouble
with my stomach head neuralgia
f-lnklng spells nnd dropsy. Your treat-
ment entirely cured me"
Mr. Julius KeUier of 350 Michigan
Avoue Chicago testifies that Dr.
Miles cured him after ten ablo phjul-
clans had failed. Mrs. It. Trimmer of
Greensprlng Ia.. was cured after
are due to vigorous intelligent efforts
and the success of the I
some sense a patent preparation yet
S I believe I get more am! better clm:
coal In Scuart'i Charcoal Ixnenres
than In any of the ordinary charcoal
Best Remedy for Constipation.
"Tho finest remedy ror constipa-
tion I over used is cnaraberlaln's
Stomach and I.Ivor Tablets'" says
Mr Ell Hutlor of Frankvlllc N. Y.
"Thoy act gontlj and without any un
pleasant effect nnd leave tho bowols
in a perfectly natural condition." Sold
by J. N. Wallaca
gale to congress. Col. Roy Hoffman of
Chandler one of the leading orators
nnd sweetest word painters of Okln-
As all afflicted readers may have Ids
Hook and Jl.Mt worth of Treatment
especially adapted to their case free
we would ndrlHe them to send for lt
before .t I to 'ate. Address Dr.
Franklin O. Miles. 1157 to 11K5 Main
Norntnn. Hie Kl Ilono team 1" homn am othor promnont inen wm & Klkhart. Ind
STREET CAR ACCIDENT.
auong its playors two boys formerly
with the Onllfnrnla University team
two from Sprinsnold. Mo. and ono
who playod on the Kansus Urlvorslty
leam. The boys promise to hold up
121 Reno's banner when they meet on
thu battlofleld in the futuro game
and thoe wiio have wataued the teai'
practice report a strong teafn.
be here nnd
addroes the as-tumbled
Shawnee Okla. Oct 20. Last eve-
ning at about 4 o'clock a negro driv-
ing an empty dirt wagon belonging to
Contractor Derr attempted to xos the
street railway on V-'im "Malu street
just west of Beard when' a trolley
car camo down tho track at a rapid
salt and utruck tho wagon nmidshlp.
throw tho driver pf the wagon ovei
onto tho platform of tho car nnd de-
molished the wagon. Tho team be-
came unmanageable and ran away
with the front wheels of the wagon
and the driver who was only slightly
hurt about tho Unees quickly regain-
xl his feet and wont after nnd cap
tured thorn out near the Choctav
After clearing away the debris tho
car proccoded on Us way aa if noth-
ing had happened but tRe wagon
wreckage attracted quite a crowd at
tho seeno of the accident
One of Many.
H. A. TIsdale of Summerton S. C
sufforod for twonty years with the
Piles. Specialists were employed and
many reir.eUIos used but relief and
permanent good was found only In the
usa of DdWiR's Hitch liazel Salve.
This Is only ono of tno many many
euros that havo boon offoctad by this
wondorful remedy. In tmylng Witch
Hnzel Salve lt Is only necessary to
ee that you get the gonutno DeWltt's
mnde by E C. DeWltt & Co. In Chi
cago and a cure Is certain. DeVltt'b
vvitch HnrelSaha cures all kinds eft
piles cuUt burns brisos eozema
letter ringworm skiff diseases; etc:
Sold by J. N. Wallace.
For Infants and Children.
Hie Kind You Have A'ways Bought
bj those owning valunblo dogs for the
npprouunslon and conviction of the
person or persons guilty of hnvlnc
kllUnl tho animals. Any Information
leading to tho nppreJion6lon of the
uullly ones will bo llborally paid fot.
Signature of StaS&7i&2&4S
CHANCE FOR EL RENO.
BEST HE EVER SAW.
To Secure the Next Meeting of Irri-
El Reno Okla. Oct. 30. There will
Ic an Important meeting of tho Cham-
ber of Commerce tonight at which tho
subject of tho coming irrigation con-
grt'tg at El Paso will bo disauisoa.
Governor Ferguson lias appointed
three delegates fiom El Reno to that
convention and tho chamber of com-
fliorce has the jirlvljoso of naming
two more. It is believed that with
tho proper representation El Reno ha
a clianoe to seciirotbe next meeting
of tho congreis.
Is due to vigorous intclliftcnt efforts to UNDERBUY and
UNDERSELL all competitors.
Mr. Geo II. King is now in the Eastern markets of
New York Chicago Philadelphia and other points select-
ing lor the Fall nnd Ilolliday trade the
for his patrons that ever were brought to Guthrie. Even
now the goods are arriving and bargain seekers are
swarming the spacious store room 11R West llarrison
Avenue and are going away happy.
Go thou and do likewise.
': TO THE WORLD'S FAIR
STRONG FOOTBALL TEAM.
El Reno Has Some Good Matsrlol in
El Reno Okla. OoL 89. The El
Kouo Athletic nwooiatlon was formed
this weak by twenty-one of our young
men by the selection of E. R. LuU
as manager. S. A Foeter as secretary-
treasurer and Ous 'Uoshore ae ooaoh
The boys have begun practice and
wtil try their ski'! !n about two week
with the Oklahoma I'nlveralty boys at
1-5 THE COST OF
Rich Cream with
A Charming Dish
"Oct the famous little book 'Th
Road tc Wellvlllo. In each pkg "
W. Ralph Has Picked Forty-eight
Bales of Cotton off of Ninety
Lawton Okla. OcL 29. "I havo
raised oottnn In tho Mississippi bot
toins nnd In the blaok lands of South
Toxas but I wnnt to tell you that I
never raised nor saw better cotton In
my lire than I nave on my piaoe on
Little Reader in Comanche county this
year" said W. W. Ralph a prosper-
ous fnrn.er near Fair twenty-five miles
southeast of thU city. In taikli.g with
a newspaper man this morning.
Continuing he said: "I have ninety
acre in cotton and liave picked forty-
eight bale an average of half a bale
and three hundred pounds to the acre
ami vou must remember that thin is
oa!y the first pioklng. The recent
froet liae killed the leae and will
make the hull mature and onea more
readily. My oottoa will hardly aver
age a bale and three quarters to the
acre but meet of lt will mahe that
Mr. Ralph has thirty-five negroes
picking on his place. It will bo re
mentbered that the kitltnt; of a negr
oocurret' on hi place latt Saturiay
evealas; Ur. Ralph waa la tbe city
today a a witness In the examining
trial of the man who did the killing
He is an old time frleod of Sheriff
Hammonds their families having re-
sided near one another Ti Texas sev
aral yean igo
We offer One nundrod Dollars Re i
ward for any case of Catarrh thnt
cannot be cured by Hall's Citarrh
Curo. F. J. Cheney & Co. Toledo O. u
Wo. the undersigned have known' w
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years and
believe him perfectly honorable In all u
business transactions and financially a
ablo to carry out any obligations U
ninde by his firm.
Waldlng Klnnan &. Marvin
Wholesale Urugglsts Tolodo O.
Hall's Catarrh Curo Is takon Intern-
ally actlnjr directly upon the blood
and mucoLS surfaces of the system
Testimonials sent froo. Price 76c.
per bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con-sdpatlon.
You are guinn of course and its natural that you should
want to go as reasonably as possible Tbis wdl interest you. On
SUNDAYS MONDAYS TUESDAYS WEDNESDAYS AND THURSDAYS
In oilier words every day in the week -xccpt Friday and Sat-
urday umil the close of ihe Fur The
Cause of Lockjaw.
Lookjaw. or tetanus is caused by a
bacillus or germ which oxluU plcrtl-
fullv in street dirt
long as exposed to the air but wheu
Notice Union Men.
This In to nollfy nil union men and
othors Intereited In unionism that a
mooting will bo held In Hlrzol hall
November S 1901. at 8 p. m. at which
. some Important biiRlnoes will be trans
It t inactive so acted Kverylody cornel
carried beneath tho skin as In the
wounds eaubed by percussion caps or
hy rusty nails und when the air Is
excluded the germ Is roused to activ-
ty aad produces the most virulent
poison known. These germs may be
destroyed and all danger of lockjaw
avoided by applying Chamberlain's
1'aln Balm freely as soon as the In-
Jury is received. Pain Dalra is an
autieeptlo and causes outs brulwu
and like injuries to heal without mat-
uration and In one-third the Ome re-
quired by the usual treatment. Sold
by J. N. Wallace.
F. L. Woodruff
Will run ltxtrcmely Low Rate
. ' ' TOST. LOUIS
AT LESS THAN ONE FARE FOR THE R.OUND TR.1P
aOj per cent roduct on to be "xact. Return limit seven days
from date oi sale. Ask your nearest ticket agent regarding
rales and let him tell you about Ih'e advantages o( the Rock
Island Route to the Fair
Geo- H. Lee
Genl. Pass Agt.
Little Rock Ark.
J. S. McNedly
Div. Pass. Agt
Oklahoma Cy O T
In another column the Christian En-
deavor Hotel of St. Louis maken an
announcement which will be appn-
dated by World's fair vUltora. Th-
months of October and November re i
deeirable montlu to visit St Louis
and ihe World's exposition and the
accommodations offered by tbe largest
Iwtel in the world will appeal to those
dbsirons of seurinr the best of accom
modatlons at reasonable prices.
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SPORTSMEN ARE MAD.
Poisoning of Valuable Dogs
r n:r" cr:i :i Hennyrpvai:: pills
lUIHIWiO W ! - HUM! ww...i wv
El Reno Okla. OcL 29 During the
past week several valualle dogs havo
been itfttscncd by unknown parties
Several of tr"e tUtca w-re of gri-nt val
ui- and the owners are a.'oused to the
point ot Urttng severe ineaus to atop
lie prarttce. Hi Reno has more bird
oogs to the population than any tnwu
:n Oklabon-H Our busirpss men and
rtUzeus ore fond of bunting and Veep
only the bet of setters and jointers.
A Toward uf $100 has Veen offereJ
oUpped It. If we were aot afraid of be
lac sued for libel' "lhe melancholic
days have eoroe. the saddest of the
year: the corn U ripe aad cotton pick
ing time H hei-o The pumpkins rre
getting yellow ami potatoes ready for
the cellar whllo the lark Jump about
and he n H Ins; bird is getting oet
The quail ulii il. i t the whole covey
a4 the havl- tries to catch a dovey.
rhe good clil fiiti'intr Mint is p.ist and
winter will ! IH'iM at !&t A Jay
bird iroes t. hi' southern horn- aad
the coyote ynawH a bone WaUrmelon
tlu.e is not oer and those who like
them are yet in clover"
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LIQUORS. W1NEH. CI
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and Boat Sorvlco In
ALL TUB BEST BKANMS np
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