The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 113, Ed. 1, Saturday, December 3, 1904 Page: 6 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLA.. SATURDAY ' fepEMBER 3 1904.
Terriioriai and Legislative! yqq Doctors Prescribe Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
MAY MAKF OUDLE.
IjOi?'i1ati p rtT! blrnnlsnv on
bppwn' 'hi 1iv ill lanuarv
Ihoinr' 'I 1' ewnon
Prlvdtr -?cr.oinry Robert M Carr
Secretary and Ex Officio Insurance
Commissioner Acting Governor
In Aasnre if Oovernor from the
Willi vn '.t ni
Awii irt I M Mofornpll
Delegate to Congress
I IMi-'i K Vpt.ulie
! r Si hi sin
A)sitpiit TVin C Smith
t'AMii s V Itaiubo
AMlsl:int nt A J. Ramho
Superintend nt Public Inst-udtlon
Ex Officio Auditor a
I. W Hauler
Aselil.uit r T McCsbe
Paul lf Cooper
ABHWtnnl n J Moo'.
F A si. I on
Board o t grlcirture
Kw rs V Into McIjOD'I
I? Kl' niPi WlH-aflnnr)
A 8 tinnl-in la
K J Mm pin rnpnh"
" () I honia . 1 1 nkuwH
MoriH I Niwl"i l.npp Wolf
J I Thr.i.um 3(r 'Iiillin"
Board for Leasing School Lands
TlmmpHim TJ Korspison
Wlllini i Oilmen
1 W Baxter
Fred I Wfiu i Secretary
J. W F -u-
Assl-dnnt Airs A Ilomilrl i lie
IB. P- TlnrMnioine
8TH LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.
1 Jwl U Sf. tt a . Perry
? Join P Mr ham It.. Perkins.
3 IohIIp Vlb'ii'k. D Guthrie
4 John llrcn'lKllt It Oklnhnnm.
0 n I. ( mile. I) . Norman.
( lloliii H D.-i tr. It. Pond Creek
7 Kcllx I. V Itiklei It Klnrt her
8 A L hnnok R. Cleo
9 Kve.t I Murphy II. Ioiie Star
10 Clu.r'i' Alevnivler. It.. Woodward.
31 J A Moni'toi- C.Kt. Colli-.
12 K ' WooiNoii P. HobnrL
tJ W P rr.nitU I) 151k Cllv
1 .1. '? Nonon U Ponifi.
J V'ti'i Tavi )i n Pern.
3 .1 On 1 1 D Pawnee.
V'm M Wallet n SMllwntor
Krnnk 'J P-in j. a. Fnllis.
Ism.'ir It lev.D Jnthrle
K It llnll.T O. Oklahoma City
John J OaMimn It McKlnley.
.MIPiip liridii I). Shawnee.
.1 l 1 mIkU n. Lt'xlnnton
J I l'eU- It Mtiituid
Ji'lm iii'Milu it (.jihor
V. NdTMii-u It KlitflHlur
Win A Maxwell I Yulon
Cla'on.i K Woods It CliormM
A J l.'os it Aha
A .Mr' 1 1 o It . Wuttmmi
I It Itnnp It Arupaho
James ; ChikIi It Suppl)
V III iii V Daniels H SHli-v
IHIp Palliiuer h Anaita ki
Siott P. tils D Ijiwtin
T A Jftor O F s
O I Loir n U Moiiutalit lew
inaid Mhvi: D OihiiiI
Drs. Bownc Cox and Winders Unanimously Chosen by the Medical Profession to Declare That No
Other Remedy or Combination of Medicines Is So Effective as "Duffy's" in Curing
and Preventing Consumption Pneumonia Grip Bronchitis Coughs Colds
Malaria Fevers and All Wasting Weakening Run Down Dis-
eased Conditions of Body Brain Nerve and Muscle
For over half a century doctors of all civilized nations and of every school hnvc been using and
preSCriOlng IJUIty S i'lire ivinil lymsscy wiicruvci u tuirn. luviyuiaiui uiiu euuiuuui 10 ittiiuu iui.
is used exclusively in more than 2000 leading hospitals.
Case of Dr. GbwdrlcK of Enid 8tHI
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Tift Tt n BiiWNR Kineston.N. J IT. AJEXANDER COX 15. D Baltimore.
Prescribed "Duffy's" 35 ycers. "Tot "No Prescription or Preparation Is so
"In n P'actf. e strptohlnc over 0 numbpr
ofycaraan! dt voted larpely to throat and
John II tlurfoiil Gniii.-ie
CUntoi F I-vli ICI Reno
UanJ F Urn well 'iHh m.a Hiy
Uaynrd r halnir Peir
-Iilli'Oh K Ihaiichan'P Knld
.1. U Pnuroasi Iva
Frank V 'Jill. tie. nidirko
Cle. U Supreme Ccurt
1-ojo F ilopl 1
United Status District Attorneys
Frank Hull AmtVu.it
John V Sicuilurii Ashlt-tant
IMile K MihniKht Asfclsiant
United fttates Marsojl--Wllllaii.
Vot' fin jn.-iic . iMi.riiovs fioni
1S0 to J )0- Intluslv.
mnre than 28 TearB 1 1) ie hern succewfi II v Effective lor Throat and Lung Troubles."
nrMArlhincr Utiffv's I'urp Malt Whlskev
Kherotlie physical activities wcro low the
System weaseneu ana me pnuoiii wasieu
away. In pneumonia grip and other ex-
hausting diseases my pauuits lie' ;r laii to
rrnii(f favornblv. 1 havo obSAVed Us
ofleLts in a large number of cases of con-
sumption and can say that Pully's Pure
JIalt Whlnkoy taken as directed Is bound
to result in permanent cure. It is a pure
stimulant." E. 11. Uowks m.u. JuiyiM.
lung troubles I havo determined to my en.
tiro satisfaction that no prescription or prep-
aration la fo effective ind certain in the
tnnineii(.nf thioills ka Duflv'a Pure Jlalt
Whiskey. Itnntonlyd troysandehmlnatcs
tho disease Rerms hut sustains and nour-
IMiui the system and its tonic strengtheninu
properties are auniiueu oy pnysicinna oi
every school " T Alkxakpeb toi. M. D
210 W. Franklin Btrcct Angu-t 0 10W.
DR.A. W. WINDERS Savannah Gn.
"I Conscientiously Recommend Duffy's
In Fevcs and Where the Lungs Are ln
volvert.v ' I find Duflj 's Pure Blalt Whis
ker of inestimahlo value in the trentmunt
of almost any form of diseaso of a serious
character. It Is especially to be used and
commended In consumption low fevers.
Involved. Shaveprcscribeditforvearswlth I
such uniform success that l uiiiicsiiatiiiRiy
and conscientiously recommend it in tuc
highest decree" S. W Wikdkrs. 11. D.
105 Bronghton Street E August 20 1001.
I lip position oi Pr B R Cowdrlr!
of Knld teirllonal I onr.l nf houltl: Is
not an enviable one tit nr sent In
cause of thp flgln b-iwx madi on hi in
h the Oklnhcma wlodlcnl asacelatio
which inclttiles prarttrallv everv
lonlthiiairly infuse l vlivslclnn an I
pi.rgPTO In xip ri'-e terrii')i
llier was a rharae made afcalnx'
f'oivdrick which the Ok! ihoma Mv'
iv il ips'elaiipn r1 'i.tlwte'1 lint h
ai'iultietl tVij hcl'ors of "mill dlplo
men ' o rrntirp inell.' ne in Ihe ti-.
rl"ir and rrrelvwl a comneniition !
fm oerttflr-ateb. l'ha Medical assocln- '
Hun inn 'e a thorciRli i: veliKaliu i
ihrough a oomnilttee named lor iln
puiuoo. nnd fo-m.I I.lm ullt Thu
reportp.I to the goernor. 'mt h 'tn
ed their flndlnRP
At the Inst meetinsr tf tl O lahom i
Mellci nt'o-'iation the phslelans
voted to rofuso n eharter to the O.n
field Onnty Modlcul asfcorintlon so
long as Cowdr f I. Ii ? member l'h
inattor ceitf a ereat sonsntlon 'lie
association nc-v. 'f Cowdilck is re . p
t poirteil will "w y the ria.tt uefi i-
the senr.to nnd diinau-Ua thorough
I vMaatloii of Cowdnc'i Hfore he i-
Mr D. Ksubls of
Nevidi. O. wss
let of HUllsriL
Pa. wsj cured
the us of
HIGGNS IN THE TOILS.
T CURES LUNG AND STOMACH TROUBLES.
DUFFY'S TURE MALT WHISKEY replaces thedieascd tissues stimulates the heart's action soothes the nerves enriches the
blood and quickens the circulation. Jl Kins me uisenso cenns. uiiu urn ra wnniim vu u ur "--""'"-""" - 'ii lA
It eurca alllunir and throat troubles : indipestlon. dyspepsia and every form of Btomach dlease; ncrvousncM malaria and all low
health and lone life. Keeps tho old young ana manes tuo young strong iiivery raummiai i""""u " s"""
VISITING MISS PARTELLO.
Mies Thompson of Kansas City Will
Spend Two Weeks at Fort.
El Reno Ckia. Drr. S. Miss Julliv
Thompson one of tho most popular
yoims ladles of Kansas City will ar.
rive at Fort Reno tomorrow on a visit
to Miss Harence Partollo Miss
One jf the Two Mm Who Broke Into
Runya'i's and Acers' Store In Jail.
Norman Okla. Dee '. Sheriff
Bnrknr came In from EskWdge Kns
vcBterdnt havltiK in chai-s- (le:. ITm
?lr. one of the two men charged with
brea' In into the Carey-Lombard an I
Run van's Morf wine two or three
weeks ago. and securing about $100
worth ol goods.
Mr. Darker was forced to secure
requisition rapers before ho could
brine the prlfonor tal.
Since leav Int; hern Ihffgins has
boon in tho railroad hospital at Spring-
field Mo. having been m a wrek on
tho Frisco boms tro weeks ng Ho
the weary wayfarer shall onlv he al 'roads as follows- host ono of bis flaqera ana two others
lowed to raze on them from afar.i "This Is to notify you that It Is a nro b-idly tunnelled nno also has a
Tho gan'e wnrden has ent noHcob iof violation of the laws of Oklahoma to wound on his head
this effect nntl rUuirintB and hotels buy quail prairie chicken or to ro- ue js n marrlod man. his wifc'Uvlng
in the torrltory will have to "look out " celve them as n gift and placo them n nskr'dgo whore he was arrested.
fevers. It nromotcs
faith ah10n-1Mld far.9CarchlnK tests have always found Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey ahsolutcly puro and free from fusel oil.
It Is Iho only whiskey recognized by the Government as a medicine. This is a guarantee.
OAr)TION.-Whcn yon auk for DuOy Tare Mlt Whisker be n yon Rot ths Bemilne. "nI?u" '"'" I"f"f?r
!.. .tmIIfiicd of this nronaratlnn. will trr to ell yon ciieur imusiiqnn unn innii uiiKr BuVV....- "-" "t-----
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A fully illustrated medical booklet will bo mailed free to anyone who writes for It. Dully wait wmsiey w. xiocuraw:r . x.
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imBkaii Miiniivi" nnn iia mi m irBii.ii.
lirntit only nnd wnlcti inrlrom reneTiiiR me ick i bhiuhijiuiiiuibi. i-...... -.j - ... T i " .
J BhiXteVpnro medicinal whiskey ami 1. sold 'ly every Tollable drutrcht and Brocer in the conntry irt direct. In
es onlyi nerer In llMk or balk. Look lor uo irauo-marK me -uiu vuemm uu uo .. .. - .
N I I... tT.JI A
1 f stomach f&
I troublo which 5pfv
1 hsd effected n(lnl.
h nis nesri. jm(iKU
Thompson v 111 ho acco'npanletl hero raised hero ha 1 letter go to the states
by Mr. Chns. I.eivltt a frlond of to securo the prlvlles The no tee
Major Pnrtollo's. MIbs Thompson will
remain n couple t f weeks On her te
It seems that quail and ohlckons aro on your tnhlos fur vour patrons.
shllipod out nf Oklahoma about aa' Tho territorial game warden litis
much as bofore the stringent same J given 'Instructions to profoeuto all
keepers of hotels restaurants board-
ing Iiousob hnd othor like places t
found servhg either quail or prairie
chicken on the tahlos.
law was enacted so that people In
this territory that wish to eat game
It ie said ho mlnUs brenkinq; lutn
Runyan'a hi" pcsitlvcly. donlos enior-
mg the Carey-Lombard store. So
trace of tho . thor j'tlp.-it h..f heoii
iac uuai mcinou -an
a kaline soap
v hich is an irritant U
ii plitd to te ftce.
Vianne scrapes the
skin and liberates the
face perhaps little
cut now and then
afier which apply bay
rum witch hajel or
some healing lotion
to repair the damage Our way Tirst apply
Cosmo t ream to the face which softens the beard
and protects the skin then lather and shave.
Lie just anything which looks like a rasor.
Shave .U-.e as u cluosc anJ cv.ry day tf
ou like fr under these conditions the face it
not injured and i'ia in( hccomis a pleasure.
Coniiio Cream. V new preparation pleas.
ant. antisentic. Ilea! na. wli.cn imparta a
healthy youthful eBect to the skin designed
especially to proieci inc iacc wmre cimmhs.
Has also proved valuable to ladies for beautify
Ine tbe skin on face neck arms hands. Im
nerfect skin is caused by microbes. The ami-
L1C VI VW'ssU 1VM
r --- . --. . .
a licauttfui aluminum tQiiei
anti rtrnnrtira nf
microbe and nature produces perfect result
?i awu stlfl'- In
box. eqiial to th -se usually sold for 28c and
50c. Cosmo Cream prepaid by mail 10t
25c SQe Agents wanted
COSMOTINE MFG. CO.
NnsterdamAve. 150th andlBUt Sta. New York.
Dally Loader 10 cents a week deliv-
ered every day except Sunday
T V itrVii4Qii. I) ManRtiin
I lit p D?H1 I'll) hue n
1SIK) 4 '78' 4.'l l".4t
182 i m-;k ;mo I !4H i
1K94 it' i 1 'Mid 1 .'iss
18IMI .1 '7 -!-'
J898 lr i iss1 t.'. i
lO0 s '. ' Vim 781 1 T'm.
1908 4" x I i ii'i isn)1 lo ; i
1904 .14.4 I hS 18-t' 44l lf4l
in !B:Hi Hi it i'i. i j h at let lint "vottta
Ely's Cream Balm
This Romody Is a Spoclflc
Suro to c;o Sutlofnction.
GIVES RELIEF AT ONOE.
It . 1cumi soothes) htU and protoets Uie
di aml luMubrauu It i ure CuUrrli aud
lnviawt7 a Oold in the Head qukiklv
KeMtorm the Bntei of Taste and SmsU.
Vsy lo tuw. Coutainw no lujurloua drugs.
. milled into tbe uoittriht and absorbed.
Iafae Site 60 eenU at DruggbtU or by
iiiail Trial Size JO cenU by mail
ELY BROTHERS 56 W&rrsn St. Niw York.
turn MIw l'irtello will fi with her to
xpend the hollduvu in Kiinnas City.
uways.RemcmDcr tbe i-uii came
raxative Rromo QuimnoS (VLjs
CurciaColdlnOnoDay CrtpTn 2 Days Vr
No More Suffering.
If vou are troubled with Indlgoatlon
i-'it a ttittle of Kodol Dyspepsia Ctire
ami lee huw quickly It will oure you.
Geo. A Thompson of Spencor. In
so vs ' Ifnvo hail Dyspepsia for twen
ty yea-s My case was almost hope
less Kodol Dyspepsia euro was rec-
ommended and I used a rew bottles
of It nnd It Is the only tiling that has
relleod me. Would not bo without
it. Have doctored with local physi
cians and also al Chicago and oven
went to Norway with hopes of getting
some relief hut Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
Is the only remody that has dono me
any ood. and I heartily recommend It
Kvery person suffering with Indiges
tion or Dyspepsia should uio it." Sold
hv T N. Wallace
M .1 FRANK LiAU.X. I'TtANK f. LJEAMHR
ASKED HER NAME.
Case of -tHr Absent Minded Drummer
A .iiltiMuers w.f a doctu's wlfu
ind a tratelinj1 na'i'9 wife met ono
day rtcntlv and m-ere talking about
thp fonspifulneas of their hubids.
The inlrtier's wife thought her hus-
baad was ths most forreiful :uan liv
ing beau he woidd go to chuioh
and forgot b's notes sn ro one could
make out lu Ie was trinr o
preach ahimt The doclor'n wife
thoupht her bus-iavd had a pcoier
memrry still (or Lc would often sta
out to see a patient and forgvt hU
medicine e.e and travel nine or ten
mlKw for nothlnf. "Well" said the
traveling man's wife "my husband
beats that He came home the othwr
day and patted me on tat) oheek nd
said- 'I pUve I have seen jow be-
forewhat U your naineT"
M v p yy
III -a T'Wmm S Mh'
M (M ' fc-
State Atent American Surety Co of New York
Aitna HuildliiK and Luau Asoclation of Topcka. Ia
Phone 151 Igan t.mnt) Uank Building Guthrie Okla
L C Bronson.
BRONSON & BRONSON
farm Loans Insurance Abstracts f
Only complete ab&tracis of t'tle in Logan Coumy
You rjay interest and pnncipil at our ofilce.
OM.'Bt aui larffetit inhuranc age.icy in Oklahoma
118 Wet Okla Ave.
CANT SERVE QUAIL
Only Private Families Can Enjoy the
At far a the hotels restaurants
and such ilke planes are concerned
under the ruling of the territorial
game warden quail and prairie chirk-1
m are talooed It is not lawful to !
serve this game to patrons of these
places under auy elrcuuiManoee. even
when the jucst have lawful!' killed
I the same H seems to be the intent
of the law that only private f.imlhe
shall enjoy Iheso succulent Clshos in-
Through Sleeping Car Service
Santa Fe and Missouri Pacific
TO ST. LOUIS MO.
CorameucSnjj June 1. 1904 Srmta Fe train No. 110 will
earn a through Pullman siop!ng cr from Ptircall I. T.
to St. Louis. Mo. vt tljo Missouri Pacific Railway from
Kansne City Mo. The Missouri Pacific Rati way has eifbt
trains daily each pay between Kausas City ana St. Leuis.
Flret class service li every respect sleeping par-
lor and chair cars electee Ughts electric fans and elec
Ak your apent to sell you tickets via. the Missoun
C. E. STYLES A. G P. A.
Kansas City Mo.
E E. BLECKLEY T. P. A
THE SOUTHWEST LIMITED
is the new train between Kansas City and
Chicago. It runs via the new short line the
Chicago Milwaukee & St. Pau!
Electric-lighted throughout The Southwest
Limited is a blaze of glory along the new
route. Its equipment includes compartment
and standard sleepers observation-library
car dining car and coaches. 11 arrives in the
Heart of Chicago in time to conrect with all
eastern truins. If you are going East it is
worth while to write for descriptive booklet.
M. F. SMITH C. A.
343 Main St. Dallas
G. L. COBB S. P. A.
907 Ma.in St Ktvrso.8 City.
It you will pay a vist tothe
'Carriage and Wagn Wo.k
822 S. Division St
We will show you Low we
tighten loose wagon and buggy
tires without cutting welding and heating them thus rfeBen
!.ng the wood-work from injurya wonderful inveution which
cost a large sum of money in order to be up-to date. O i shop
hah the Only Henderson T're Setter in this section of the
United States We also have the very latest Goodyear Rubber
Tire Machine. We put first quality rlbber tiies on any whee
that rolls buggy or wagon. New vehicles made to order Re
pairing painting and trimming our specialty. You are invitee
to viait our factory the best equipped In tre Southwest.
First class Horsesholng SCHICKR.AM (K WICKMaM
Enid to St. Louis St Louis to Enid
Without change via.
D. E. &G. and M. K. & T. Eys
Through chair car service ha been Inaugurated on D It. & O trains
1 and 2 and M. K. & T. trains tt and 6 dall) between Bnld and fit LojIs
In both directions. u the following schedule.
7:10 A M Enid 8:0. P. M.
S.Xfl A IS Falnnount 7:8C P M.
s A. M Douglas 7:18 P.M.
SSC A. M Marshall 7i01 P. M
8 81AM Crescent 6M P. M
10 26 A M Guthrie 5:40 P. M
2:26 P. M Osage 1:25 P. M
415 P M Bartlesvllle 1055 A. M.
6 13 P. M Coffeyvllle 9:40 A. M.
7:16 P. M. Mouud Valley 8:51 A. M
"M P. M... Parsons ... 8:10 A. M.
7'27 A M St Louis ... 8.32 P.M.
Cosmo ( ream destroy these (j
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