The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 108, Ed. 1, Monday, November 28, 1904 Page: 3 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLA.. MONDAY NOVEMBER 28 904.
I RAILROAD TIME TABLES
ATCHISON TOPEKA & SANTA FE.
J0THTS AHDMUSCLES SW0LIEN AND STIFF
A disease so painful and far reaching in its effects
upon the human system as Khctim. tism must have a deep
and well laid foundation. It originates and develop in
the blood and like other diseases of the Mood is fre-
quently inherited. The poisonous arids with whuh the
blood is charged circulate through the system btcaking
SPENDS HIS DAYS
$ mp r ss
lias Killed More "Coons"
Than Anv Other Man
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I Fu. I Pas.
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I P.M. I A.M.
Ho. 1 No. 1 I STATIONS. I No. t No. 4
8:80 9:40 Iv Ft. Smith ar( 6:&5 11:69
4:15 10:35 Coal Creek 4:47 11:07
4:32 10:63 Hokosho I 4:32 10:51
4:44 11:05 Milton 4:15 10:4(
5:04 11:55 McCurtaln 3:65. 10:26
5:60 1235 Klnta 3:10 9:40
6:10 12:65 Qulnton 2:50 9:29
6:25 1:10 Feathorstoa 2:30 9:00
:45 1:30 Masaey 2:05 8:32
7:00 1:46 Crowdcr Cltr 1:46 8:18
7:20 2:06 Indtanola 1:23 7:55
7:33 2:18 Garner 1:10 7:40
I (:05 2:48 Spokogeo 12:40 7:0
JNo. 7. No. if STATIONS. 1 No. 21 No. S
At IngatW. a small town In Payne
county. Uvea Dr. Stephnn Call -wlic
is alK)iit eighty years old with as good
health ns almost any young portion one
can find. Ho was with Gonoral Low
Wallace In tho Mexican war fought
through the civil war has been mar
rlo'l throe time lias lived la all part
of tho United States and Is strong and
uuwu me- ueauii irritating
the nerves settling in joints t 1Bd - BTero itfcmibuif 0" M?7 aoAj008-
1 .. . of Inflammatory llheuma
and muscles and causing the ym. IyrPlRJtlPnbed(orilx months and ths
sharp cutting pains peculiar efrVr? dwv-SS ?; oychangwimed.
to Rheumatism1. Unless the &$$&rnlK??&tr iffi?!tf.
!!dPipurire ion;8am t5'-8a m-m?
muscleA become coated with oltl not olooe them whon opened. I was cottlne
the acrid matter and ate ren- "h'i InRf Z.hZ?rl 5?.52u-6s. 8J but ' a'r V
.rr j . waa neiptnir tno oontlnuea ana to-day nm a sound
dered stiff and sore and the well man. y '
nerves completely wrecked. 35 Mt- Vamou A. n. K. OttAPSCAIf.
Rheumatism being a constitutional blood disease requires internal treat-
ment. Liniments plasters and such things as are applied outwardly give
oniy temporary renei. js.o.s. is the recognized great
est of all blood purifiers and tonics and in no disease
does it act so promptly and beneficially as Rheuma-
tism ncutraluin? the acids atd restoring the blood
to a fitircv ttenlthv rnnrllttnn nml inuirrnt-ntixn. .!
active both physically and mentally 1 toning up the nerves and all parts of the system. It is guaranteed strictly
Dr. Call has aet people to thinking vegetable. Write us should you d sire medical advice which will cost you
They wontlor why he win nave sucu "-. THE SWiFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA. GA.
hojiI health and yet he Is so old. But
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S:00 3:13 Iv Weteetka. arl llTsi M9
1 9:30 3:49 Okemr.h 11:19 6:21
10.00 4:06 Cantle 111:02 4:61
10:46 4:22 Holey 10:45 4:21
11:16 4:39 Paden 10:28 3:50
22:05 6:00 Prague 10:07 3:19
1:30 6:36 Sparks 9 32 1:30
2:60 6:12 Warwick 8:64 11:66
3:30 8:36 Vallls 8.30 11:05
4:30 7:05 Meridian 8:03 10:06
6:46 7:35 ar. G-Jthrle IV. 7:30 8:50
AH trains run dally except Sunday.
GUTHRIE AND WESTERN.
8.00am I .6
LiV uutnne Ar
Lv Seward lv
Lv Navlna i.v
Ar Canhlon Lv
VIA C n I. P. IVY. I
31.0 I Ar Klncllohcr Lv I 1130am
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! No. 452
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ST. LOUIS EL RENO &. WESTERN
1 Class Class
5:15 p lv. Guthrie ar
6:36 p j L.OOKOUI
6:46 p I Navlna
i.vS p 1 Iockildge
6:24 P 1 lMedmont
6:38 d I nichland
limnl Kl neno
All trains dally except Sunday.
(0:62 a I
r 8:40 a
I 7:17 a.
I 7:03 a
I 6:65 a
DENVER ENID t GULF
West Bound STATIONS.
1st I 2nd
(Class I Class
ar.!8:33 a 1 5.35 D
ar.8:16 a 4:M p
ar.l8:04 a 4:20 p
ar.p :10 a 4:00 p
6:00 p Iv. Guthrie
6:12 p lv Corwln
6:29 p Iv. Crescent
8:44 p Iv. Perth
7:01 p Iv. Marshal
7:18 p lv. Douglas
7:48 pi v. Vance
mi n w Bnld
No. 3.' Local freight dally except Sun-
No. 1 passenger dally.
No. 2. passenger dally.
No. 4 local freight dally except Sun-Bay
M. K. &. T. SYSTEM.
12 22 a.
No. 101. KAN. CITY EXPRESS. No. 102.
2 46 a.
2:10 p ' ar
t 0:69 a.
lv 4:26 p.
ar 7:16 p.
ar 11:00 p.
ar 12:16 a.
ar 12:46 p
ar 10:10 a.
ar 6:50 a
ai- 7:15 a.
lv 7:10 a.
ar 8:13 a.
ar 3:45 a
ar 9:16 a.
ar 9:35 a.
ar 9:63 a.
lv 3:00 p.
ar 4:01 p.
ar f 4:19 p.
ar 6 17 p.
one thing explain It and that Is that
he spands the winters '.n the woods
hunting "cooiib" and during the euinJ
mer ho it ot flailing the gtenter por
tlon of the time.
If It is not. saying too much and hla
friends nay It Is not. Dr. Call la the
greatest oldest and beat "coon" huntei
5;i ' living today. He ha more coon scalp
to Ida credit than any hunter aiivo.
He line spent practically till of his life
on the frontier. Ho has roughed It
from boyhood up. Ho was nover n
pet but ho ha nlways made himself J
felt and was a favorlto wherever ho
The doctor's fondest sport Is to hunt
"ooons". He lias a numher of hound
and they aro good ones too. He unde
stands how to hand'o them. When he
can not set a young person to gc
out with him ha will strike for the
woods himself. As a usunl thing he
like to have Qua or two men with
About the "111110 that cotms r.;o rip-
est" th-- old t'.ort'T nrramtoi his
dlukj spring wagon loads her up with
grub get hi hounds together ant!
pulls for tho tall Umber In the Creek
country. He used lo hunt In the
Osage reservation but tu intrusion
of the law ha knocked that sport iky
high for htm.
Thow who have hunted with hint
express themsolve as being surprlsod
nt '.-he tenacity that the old doctor has
In staying with any purpoie ho do
sires to catry out. He can havo moro
patience trailing a coon than he on
with hi family hut at the same time
he Is the most devoted mnn to hi
He often soe ovt alone for a hunt
in the fall and doe not return until
ihe following spring. Whore he ?oes
or where he stays few people evei
know. Sometimes He tells the people
he Is going to Arkansas to hunt and
again to the Creek enmtry. But all
(he sumo he hunts. In fact wero II
not (hut he lovos hunting some people
Ihlnk that his health would have brok-
en down long ago.
Fr. Call is a strong Republican and
is true to tho uauuo. dice he asked
for a position and through Fomo of-
fort ho waa glvon tho postnfftoe ai
Ingnlls. Ho really did not know vrhit
ho could do with the offico so ho hired
a deputy and virtually gavo Mm
charge of the thing. Now tho doctor
was capable of taking care of It for he
is highly educated having had years
of experience In various publlo capac
Hies. Rut he wanted to hunt.
He did limit nearly all of the time
One Jay there was a rtteerepancy lo
the postal accounts and $17 worth of
stamps were tnlaslntr seemingly. His
deputy was looked upon by the pro
pie rattier suspiciously. He became
so worried over the matter that he
roon resigned and It Anally turned out
that everything aa straight and that
there was no deficit in Ihe account
One could not convince the doctor
that he was ever wrong lu hunting an 1
BRYAN AND COCKRELL.
Aged Guthrielto Nanus Them For
Democracy's Leaders In 1'.08.
WILL BE EDITOR-IN-CHIEF.
Wo Sell It. We Set It
Phone 775 If you have rxny broken ones
Guthrie Wall Paper
& Paint Company
This morning there was a poorly
droed old gftiitlemnii with kindly
eye long .shaggy hair and an Im
mtnse hen' atauding at the corner ot
Oklahoma and Division and around
him was huddled a crowd of men rang-
ing from fifty .0 seventy five year of
nge The old gentleman who was tho
central figure was talking slowly and
philosophically am' n ho gave out ht
message n if 1. wore some good
news from mystical rogions ho spok
word thai caused sums ot ihe by
standers to scratch their head in won
dorment and cogitation.
"I prodlcfHl." paid tho old man "bo
fore the election that Roosovelt woulr"
carry the country In a Hweep such at
no other mnn has nvor carried it for
president but 1 said then and I want
.0 repeat t here to you. Mint this is
the last president the Itepubl.tans
may 'hope to win foi sixteen years."
Tne crowd began to laugh at hlin
and he continual his talking as If
nothing were bothering him. "Oliver
Dick Bland would have been alive to-
day had ho been nominated for the
presidency In ISOfi tor he would have
been elected. Ho wai my candidate
thn. In Ilidd dear old Bill Bryan was
my candidate hecauso he stood foi
j my cause and every poor man'H cause
This time I stool for h 1. or nnythlnp
tdfce rather than Parker. Now thlnps
have como tn whnt I hav9 dreamed ol
all these years. The Democratic par-
ty will elect the people's represer.ta
tlv Bill Biyaa. In 100S .and I sand
ready to die for him."
The feoble old mnn broke down In
tear at this juncture. By this tim
those around him began lo look scrl
out? and It was but n few moments un
til n pcltcamin dispersed the crowd. ; Dallas T01
The old gontlemnn walked .away. As EsUbiUhedin
he left he turned and faced (he men
who wero nlso leaving In various olr ac-
tions and said: "Gentleman romem
bor what I say. Bryan Is your next
president nnl SonaVr CcckreH wir
live l'o soo hi form adorn tho vice
presidential chair. Uoodhyo let tic
whoop It up for Biymi and Cookroll
or die In the attempt"
Farmer Doolittlr Takos Colonel
dock's Place Temporarily.
Parmer Dnollule. Oklahoma corre
apondent for the Wichita Ragle will
go to Wichita aliont December 10 to
take charge of :he editorial work of
that pap'r durintr the absence of Col
onol M. M. Mur' -ck .who Is golug (c
Washington with his son. Congress
man Munlock for n several weekt
visit. The "Farmer" sajs that ha It
averse to being dragged away from
his Oklahoma work but If lhy say si
at headquarters of course "Barkis It
and CURE the LUNGS
FOR I OUr.HSand
50c i $1.00
Surest and Quickest Curo for all
THROAT and LUNG TROUB
LES or MONEY BAOIC
Elegance Ease Economy.
There's health and comfort to consider to say noth-
ing of convenience. Then again.
You touch the button we do the rest; do you catch the idea?
Call on us we take pleasure in answering questions.
The New Electric and Gas Light Co.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Frank Dale. A. G. C. Blerer.
DALE A BIERER.
Anderson Bldg.. Oklahoma Avonuo
10 FRENCH FEMALE
A Sirs furiK Rgi ii (i t'pmiwip WimrwinM
NlVtl IHOWrt TO FAIL '- V i BMf I flH.
ufttoMtte! ..r U"Sier Krtinn4 llVnt sfrvn!
t tlM vr box. II H ftrul U4.iob.i inaJ.to b tndt
wbta r iivd Panipi rtft If tr lniii dM imI
ftftTfl Mm ttaa iur otaett to im
UNITED MCOICALCO- aoi 74. Lanoastik Pa
Sold la Guthrio ly Chaa. Itontro.
1 aVdb R V
"rfw V taenia and
AT Hw VTi
A Rumway Bicycle.
Terminated with an ugly cut on the
leg of J. B Orn. FranWIn Orove 111.
It deehuol a stubborn ulcer t:nyleld-
Ing to dctnri and remedies for four
years T en L'ucMleu's Arnica Salve
cured. It's JuU as ood for Burns
Scald. Skin Kr'iptioni and r Ilea. 25c.
at all druK 't?.
GOES TO TULSA.
Farl Keys who ha been connected
with the Daily Leader in the rapttcity
no one would blame him to see how of city editor for more than twe
strong ami fctotit and happy he Is. He years will leavo tomorrow for Tulta.
has I etui a soldier. Is a physician and
a successful hunter. While he pride
himself 00 the record he made In the
two want la which ho participated v
la proudest of bis hunting career.
Nut a Sink Day Since.
"I was taken arerclj tick with kid-
ney trouble I tried all sort of med-
icines nrm o which relieved me. One
day I saw an ad of your Elect lie Sit-
ter and determined tc try that. After
taking a few tfose I elt lellei ed and
and the new counties in Western Ok
lahoma also all points on the Rock
Island System. Including Ohootaw
Division can now be reached to best
flilvantno-A hv thn New Line.
..ov rf - .. . . .. r. . n.i.iiu..
The 8L Louis El Reno A Western VM"Mtr '""""- "t uju.
1 j uis is wi.ui u r iw ui rirjiMinu
I. T. where he takes charge of the
local work on Myrou Boyle's papar
The Indian Republican. Ho will art
as city editor and advertising man-
ager. While here Mr. Keys made a
long chain of good friends and ha ha
proved liiim.ir a capable young matt
He will undoubtedly make a trueeest
at Tulsa and will do tl.a papei pnuch
MH-4- 3 44H I1IM4
H ARRY. THE CABMAN
I -J- r
4 Can now t found at irtssom & 4
4. sum an i.iverv blame on oisia. Ave.
I.eMVM ftriler Tliern.
............ infcjji .......
Attorney at Law.
Offico In Adler Block South side Okla.
ORVILLE T. SMITH
109 S. Division. Telaphone. 0C4.
Special attontlon to the law ot Cor-
porations Rool Property and Insur-
ance. Guthrie Okla.
THE ELKS HOTEL.
Guthrie's Leading Hostelry.
Ratos $2.0G and 12.50. Modorn Co-
lVi Blocks from Union Desot-.
DRAKE & GRI3RN Proprietors.
THE ROYAL HOTEL.
Van Duyn & Enton Props
Rates $2.00 and $2.50 per day.
Leading Hostelry In Guthrio.
GEO. M. DEOROFF
Justice of the Peace.
GU6TAVE A. ERIXON
ATTORNRV AT LAW.
Offices ovor Pnrnuharson' Storo
Oktalwina Ave.. Guthrie Okla
Spwlnl attention given to Daniaga
Sutts ami Criminal Iaw.
For Stock Raisers
soon thereafter was er.tlrely cured. an1 farmers a Journal that will ao-
and have i.ot seen a sick day Btnco.
NTlgl'.ltor of mine have been cured
of Rheuaiatturu Neuralgia l.lver and
- Trains leave Guthrie
Fa (Union.) Station.
from Santa I N- C- "
Only 50c. at all drug-
quaint you with ooncMtton and oppor-
'unities In the great hustling bustling
Southwest. "The Earth" mou'bly. 11.
lustrated. 2S eta per year. Sample
copy mailed on reue-.. You'll want
It when you see It Address The Earth
1118 Railway Exchange Chicago.
Reduced rntea havt) been named by
8ania Fe for fiillowing occasion's.
Guthrie for Oklahoma Bute Teach-
ers' association fnn. all points In
Oklahoma und Indian territories one
fare nlus 50 cents. 9old Dec. 2J to
8. limited to return to Dee. 29.
Perry Gerrr.aji Territorial Buada-
stOK. ?li0 sold Dec. 2 and A llmitad
Thafikaglving Jay to alt polnta with'
in 2C0 wiles one and one-third faro.
Sold Hov. 22 an! 24 limited to Nov
Philadelphia one fare and one-third
on certiorate plan. National W. C. T.
U. 3oW Nov. 23 to J good to return
to Deo OUi.
And many others.
F. J. Best Agent.
Thanksgivings Foot Ball
Oklahoma City. Nov. 2th. Special
leave Guthrie. 9-26 a. m. and leave
OlUahoma City returning at 11 p. m.
Fare. 95 cents.
F. J. Best Agent.
DR. F. D. STALFORD
Rooms 2 and orer Guthrie Savings
Bank. Phone No. 80.
Cor. First and Harrison. Outhrle Okla
Guthrie Towel Supply
Towels and aprons of all kinds fur-
nished at verv roasonablo rates. So
me bti'on you buy. Walter Hammock
Cor. Vino and Clevoland.
Rates roasonablo. Special attention
given to boarden.
N. B. Smith Prop.
Both Phonos 41.
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE.
VICTOR G. HOUSTON
Insurance. .Real Estate.
Agent for Leading Fire Insurance
Office: Rear Bank of Indian Territory
THE STRAIGHT LINE.
The St. teuls II Rette . Weatern.
GUTHRIE TO EL RENO.
QUICK SURVICE AND THE BFaT
T. L. Wolf Traffic Manager.
lOCtt B. Okla. Ave. OiUnrie Okla.
M. LUTHER WEST
Notary Puhllo and
R. R CARLIN
Largest Insurance Agency
Phone 436. Room
t- 1 n
GUTHRIE BROOM FACTORY.
M. C. Conner.
Phono 77 m So Sesand 8C
Kate Miller Manager.
213 E. OkJa. Ave
J. W. FERRIER
Optlclin and Jeweler.
iJ'rxS8 ADAMS STXHICAEa
40 Years' Experience
11C2 E. Okla ave Guthrie Okla.
BUREAU OF STENOGRAPHY AND
IDA CORNELIA MX LL. H . MOR.
Public Stenographer ami Ktpert
Office over Farquha.-oti' '"re. Ok
aroma Ave. Guthrie. OK in
Order icr Shorthand Iiotailou.
Typewrltlnar. Copying anl Bookkeep
ing respectfully ollctted Tw Rea
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