The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 12, Ed. 1, Tuesday, February 7, 1905 Page: 3 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLA
TUESDAY FEBRUARY 7. 1905.
a woman's risk
Ai a trapeze performer is greater than a
man's. She utuit hare a man's eourajps
awl a man's muscle to succeed. lt
she must also work under conditions of
vlncli a man knows nothing. Many
an accident to women acrobats must
to the sodden
subject at cer-
ness. It estab-
and cures female vreakneas. It makes-
weak women strong and sick women
" With pleasure 1 wrile In-day In prale of Dr.
Pierce oa his raslWiiB" Mrs. Mrv Con-
of Appletpn. Ivrrcnc ' Co . Tvtiu "Wj
troubled with ftmil dteeMe; the Wk i)f my
lira d hurt me ao I could not lie la bed and I
would Hare to lt up and then t would hve
such palm from my waltt dovm t could scarcely
Taiteup My feet and hands nould feel almost
lUe lee since UVic; Dr Pleree'a 1'avorHe
Prescription 1 can sleep well all night. Couhl
hoidlr drag around before I look your medi-
cine and now can do my homework and help
mv hutband in the field Words cannot express
the thanks I owe to Dr Pierce "
Veak and sick women are invited to
consult Dr. Pierce by letterw. All
orrespondence is hela as strictly private
ami sacredly confidential. Address Dr.
K V. Tierce Buffalo N. V.
Pr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser containing more than a thou-
sand large pages is sent free pn 'eceipt
cf stumps to pay expense of mailing
; bend 31 one-cent stamps for the
lth-bound volume or only 21 stomps
fc r the book in paper covers. Address
Dr. R. V. Pierce Buffalo N. Y.
Public TraJn'ng Stable.
I have started a public training
stable In connection with my board-
ing bitniueM at tlw old K. P. Smith
stand. I would bo pleased to corre-
spond with thorn who ha-o buries to
race in the 1305 campaign. I gait aud
"balance up coltn.
Special attention given to boarders.
S. M. McGlnnls Prop.
Both Phones 44.
ft V 'Jj
File Your wants.
Klve uouib per line nnt inBertlon;
two and ono-half rents per ltr.e each
FOR SAIJ3 A scholarship In McKla
ney Practical Business college Ms I
Kinney Texas. Full course; value
47$; will soil for $18.00. Address The
SCHOLARSHIPS In Tyler (Tex.)
Literary Normal and Commercial
college; value J40. Two for $2S.0i).
Addrees Tho Leador.
VOR SALE Good milk cow. ICnqulro
at West Side Marble Works.
FOR RENT T acraa Improved tract
three-fourths mile north oity limit.
W. C. Dunn with Guthrie Laundry Co.
I'OR RBNT Nicely furnished front
room close In. 202 coniur Broail
I have position for good salesmen.
See me for terms. V. Bowers 103
West Harrison Guthrie.
and the now counties In Western Ok-
lahoma also all point on the Rock
Island System Including Choctaw
Division can now bo reached to best
advantage by tho New Line.
The 8L Louis El Reno & Western
Trains leavo Guthrie from Bantm
Fe (Union.) Station.
Many Jews In JerusaWm.
Tho population of Jerusalem to-day
Is I should suppose double what It
was twelve years ago the Increase be-
ing attributable ontlrely or almost en-
tirely to tho Influx of Jews by far the
greater part of whom como from Rus-
sia. It la somewhat difficult to ascer-
tain exactly what tho population of
the city or how Urge a part of It Is
Jewish. One of the best informed and
most reliable ot tho Jewish citizens
old mo in conversation that there
vere probably fewer than 30.000 Jews
nd that the common ostlinate of 50-
M)0 or 00000 was exaggerated but I
found later than his own printed fig-
ures In an almanac which be pub-
lished rockoned tho Jews ot Jorusa
3em at 80000. Tho best Informed out-
alders claim that theio ar at leas .
11000 Jovlsh families Ih he city '
which would support the larger eati
mate. If this ngure do correct tneni
iha Jews ot Jerusalem art more than
twlce as numerous as all the other In
babltants-Moilems and Christians-
oouiblneiV Now York Ejronlng UosL
REDUCTION IN RENTALS.
Allowed by Territorial Land Leas' ig
At trip meeting of lhi terrltorinl
school land board a report of ihe set
tetary of the board relatlte tj rentals
and conditions prevailing In Caddo
Kiowa ant! Comanche counties wan
considered ani adopted by the board
Under this report a reduction o
from five to fifteen per cent will r
made In the rentals of practtcully Ml
tf the lands In Kiowa county and ..
general rerinctttn of front five to tv.
nor cml wilt hA mailA nn flv or six
townahins In Comanche count- south
f the Wleh'ti tnouutates and AU-
'"nt to the bip picture. Outside of
11.1 each lr dividual complaint is to be
taKei up on us uterus arm pa""i
upon according to the evidence
testimony stibmltted ! ths leisee.
This work wlU be rushed as rapidlr is
possible and an fhst as such cass
fre lmsetl upon lMAes will be uotl-
C.ml nf tho f'tiRl nrtlrvn of the lmnrd and
I glen opportunity o renew therfet rft'" ntoni ot thetn nc?
leases st the appraised rent flml y
I'teil bv thi' 1 oard.
in nw. mtto- or the damiM to thp'"11" nA ' alwft'r recommend
.n..thM. ... .r ...lu 5 tn.
ship IS range 2f west in Dav county.
the same h-nln.r been corcplete'y ruin
iil bv beint; covered with several fee'
of .-and by the retent f!-ds of th
Canadian river the lessee. J. H. Hutch
Inson was urantod permission to rv
1 nqulHh his lae to the frrlttry. ami
was relieved f-m the payment of his
lental uotrs The sccrttary of tho
bcanl was instructed to rully lnvestl
nate all rther da.nage done by tli.-
river i.i the blr September floods mid
to ailjufc'. the matter -vltb the 'essee '
granting proper rellel In each case
The ecreti-r was insirncted to li-t
vestigute all eases wherein it was nl !
leged or eon.plained that the rent!
of school land was greater than four
pei cent of the teasonable cash value
of the mv. land and to rinke recom
mendation to the board for thf. grant
ing of proper relief !-i all tuch cusko
Lrlf LU(AUJ.N tru biu Situ lul
in Castie Creek uatlou Indian ter
rltory. N"e tiiwu facellont loratlov.
Mo gin there. Large crop assured. Oli
must be built at oave - A !( -Smith
Weiteru Railroad Townslte i
Weleetka 1. T.
FOR BEST TERMS ibi Uy loans eo
D. R. Mosher 819 N. division.
HBI.P If. yru want help of any kind
leave orders at 108 Ves Harrison.
POSITION' The Kenworthy i?.nploy-
ment Agency rt 0S West Harrison
can supp'y vour wants
WANTnnSALirsaiEN and sale.
Ladles irt this and adjoining terri-
tory to represent and advertise tho
Who'oMlc- department or an old es
tabllshod commcrtcial house ot solid
atandlns;. Staple line. Salary $3 50
per day paid weekly wU expenses
advanced dlro't f:om headquarters.
Horse and buggy furnished whon nec-
essary. Vo furnish everything. Po-
sition permanent. Addrete The Co-
lumbia House 030 Monon BUl. Chi-
WANTBO TRUSTWORTHY OR WO-
man tn niannon hncrftiMaK In Ibtl
county and adjoining U-ritorv for well
c.UbU'ld house of Moltd fluanclal
standlnr IJ0.00 slrateht cash ary
I with all necesarv expenses paid
weeK3r l'y cheok tram h""!""
I Mon" artvanc: iar eiwwa. Post-
' Hon pern-anenf previous exptrlencj
not essential. No lnestmi'nt riMiulr-
d. We furnlch everything. Kncloso
Mlf-addreeed fuv9leie. Add'esn
Manawer Sin C.cvta Block. Chicago III.
A'ANITn-- Crpaule men and womi
for CBNFUS VOHK aud to act ax
Rcpreseriatlv-s in this and anjolnin
errltery tor aarln) and mualc bus-
iness nf old lSstabbshod How. 0ir
tatalogue list over 5.W-C .najr7laes
aud 5.0CH) elections of inurlc at CIT
PRICKS. Salary $1R.(K' per week. E-.
rertence ni'iiecessarv but id refer-
ences rorrulrcd. Aridres. Sprague
Who'esale Co. 270 Wabash imu.
WANTIiD An experienced Hrty eooc
for out of the olty. Call at 108 W.
VANTRD-Pire uiv nt to sell
cnoice line of toilet article. Call a
m w HarrlK.n
Perrr.anrnee ad Cure the Trua Test
Man so callel ulle rcmerMi" will
afford th user r.1!ht tnpora.y relief
otid itae majority of Ihose affliUed do
not expect more than this
! The averatre Hutferer ufter haln
.:..! ......a... nnA .. Imi JWtVl mOI 1 uH
illiCd 7;ij (iirj'Bin'ivn ... -i.....- .
for the cu-e of pt'e comes to tn
cn:iclndon ikat there la nr euro ex
ccpt by an '"raMr-n ard rahtr than
as n.fiV bo.
"last resoit" he differ
o 'ml- situutlon. "o for
The at fntton of trt
itnlted to the followiii!
n nc t ' fin o
' fter ten venrs of sufferirp from
bllt'd bleeding and protrudlns pile-
I and after using everv rerredy I cou'J
hear of without any beueftt I OntlU
- -. A 0i
IjnuBJUl imy f-IM . M X ;"' '
I Cure an 1 u.eri it witn sucn sxma re
I Milts I bought next a dollar box which
TREATMENT OF PILES.
flnished up the lob That was nerly rnel It I a re at enterprise for
six vears ago and as far as piles Is fJuthrl md should be liberally patron-
oonr med I am Hired and have neve. Itbl.
"Many others have ui-ed thin rem
edy by my advice with the wiue ti
siUferTs with piles." C. H. Potts Bur
TesMnn-.ry liko this sliould convince
ihe most skeptical the Pyram'd Pllt
Cure not on'.v cures but cures to stay
cnrd It is In the form of a suo
posltorv an be applied la Uie prlvac-
cf the hopje. directly to ih parts af
fected nd does .ts work quickly Midi
Druggists generally sell this famous
lemedy for fifty cf nts a -nckago and
t-ufferers are urged to buy a paokag.
now and gi 'e it a trial tanifiht. Ac
tept no suhf.ltutps
A .Ittle book describing the causes
and rur of piles Is published by th -
Pyramid Tiug Co.. Marshal Mici'
and same v-J'i b s.nt free to my ad
dress for the asking.
WRITING NEW LEASES.
Much Work In this Lin-
The ttorl- of writing the neu leaa
for Uie school lands upon which lease
expired January 1t is now m full
pros-feM at the school land offbe .in. I
will be rushed to completion f.s so
as possible. The department was d
layed sotnewlut In startlnR the writ
Ins; of leiu-es owing to the ti ne n-
rjulred to carefully investigate end (v
Just every case wherein the lessee con
plainud of excessive rent.
LesteeK who have Med theli appl
cations will receive their leasts firs
and those who hav nppea'od -om thf
lental will be notified ot ths actum
of the boaid on their c.tso t f.ist a.s
decisions are reached and be given op
portunlty to make application.
The rUh s of every let see wheiboi
; ho hus applied o: arpoaled are fully
proterted. and when the work of writ-
Ing leises is completed any of th'
lands upon which lessees do not re ie
their leaeg will be advertised a' va
cant and 'easd to the highest blduci
Grave Trouble Fores'en.
It needs but little foresight to tell.
fHiat when your stomach and liver an
badly altccted crave trouble Is ahead
un'ess you take the nroiter medicine
'or ycur disease as Mrs. John A.
Young of Clay N. Y.. i;d. Sho saya.
"I had neuTfllela of the liTer and!
Horoach my heart was weakened an1
I could not oat 1 was very bed for u
Ion time but In Blectrtc Hitters I
found Just what I nsedMl. fcr tlwy
milckly relieved and cured me." Reel
modlclne fur weak women. Sold und-
er guarantee by all dru-gists at 90o
For Stock Raisers
and farmersa Journal sliat will ac-
ua l wth condUions and oppor.
lunltBa In " f " hu'"ins' hn;"f
Southwest 'The Bart-monthly. 1.
lustrated. 26 cu. jmr year. Sample
copy mailed on request. You'll want
It when you see IL Address The Earth
1118 Railway Bxehange Chicago.
ROOT OENIES IT.
Been a Lobbyist
Bill He Says.
A f Root correspondent for th'i
Oklahoma Ci Tiit.es-Joumal le
turned to 'Juthrle t relay after bfiu
in Oklakouia Cliy for several days
to .lokness Joe Queen having
" l1 " " "
B Mr- " M w re-i
newspapers branded him as a lob.iyist
n latfrrlew In the inorn.ng pn-
1'r spc" Mm of being; "callH
1 '"" W rr t.r aat"K in the
fr-oi'y of a lotbls'. Mr. Hcot de-r
'" ' Wtn ad ays tha$
bc ao lta n h Wb P- bttt
I wtt" 'ei BBd nfloyeA Queen Idoiseif
J to ilo the correspondence for him dur-
Ihk Ida elekness. As to telns a lobbr-
lt Mr Root says that that Is ea.ire-J
y a niutake as he has been afendla
strictly to his new si per wrrk and
nothing else. This has caused qulto :r
Filr In locul Itt-p-ib'lcan innks at Oklf. I
homa City h Tlns Joumn' la t' 3
Oiampion Df that partv 7on tr-pre an I
Penati r Th-'dg.ll is -ii1 u he ac
cusel that paper ot hnintr -mul a-
All .11 all It makes a cninplleat'M
The Sunsrvne of Spring.
Th" lvale that fires m'bout a tear
i1 - DcA'li' Witch llarei Salve Cuts
Hurni Dolls Itiulses aid Pllrs dls
aptKar 1 ercre the use of thl sahc
inuw before thr sunshine rf prlPR
ills H V. Mlddle-n. Thvbes. 111.
tt' "I was erlously aflllrteil vdth
a fi 'i ore thit was ve.-y painful
v-Wi'i s Witch Hbhi Salve ored mo
n l(- thin a wcel: " (;et tho sjenu-
no Sold Ly C. It Met fro.
The best for lltjlil. The best
Dally Loailr 10 cents a weak dellv
ored every day except Sunday.
Only 18 hours to SL Louts la. tht-
Frii 03 B the ti (Hi 3 R tf JW3 1
and CURE Ta LUWGSJ
T'ie n xt tlnio your lypowritir sew-
ing machine cash reylsier nlot ma
chine woo J saw hot sua safe leck
door Jock nr lilcvole ee('s reinlilni
take it to Olerai'h's.
V'o reialr most anything except a
broken heart or the bieak of day.
OL8MITH ARMS CO.
Guns ninmuiutton. Ashing tackle
and sno:tsp.eus' g.w.ls. CHars. tobac-
co pipes and p'nyirg tsrd.
ST. LOUIS DL RENO fi. WESTFRN
Dtrtct Short Line
GUTHRIE AND EL RENO.
Qulcke-t Time -L owst Fare
Other points located or the Hock
Island tyetein. War lug clow
Par all iolats
North and East.
Tialns Run as Follows:
Jv. Cuthrle ".15 A. M
Ar. Kl R.mw 11 it A. if
Lv. Outhrle I.W P. W.
Ar. Bl Reno 7:i P. M.
Lv. El Seno i:6e A. M.
Ar. Outiirlo 8: A. M.
Lr. Ki neuo l P. M.
Ar. yuthrte :W P. it
Mixed train. Daily exipt Sunday
Passenger train. Curr exce'K
W. S. VelU
Guthrie. O. T.
i' T1W WlbTTI
!B ...' m- Aff' 9
! mw DisGovary
! ... CONSUMPTION Price hi
8 FOR H OUGHSand GOo&SI.OOfti
0LDS Freo Trial.
t Purest and Quickest Curo for all
0 THROAT and WHO TROUB-
H t.tth n- wnwrv ti n nir H
".un-mTBrrtnnHraiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiii i i tbbtI
lOrhws riAfiTffsn yfii.isaK urirfTil BMi tBj
X ftr rrr( Riuir fr Ht-Tr ! MiirfTnnosi gl I JU
B NlVfrl INOWN TO rAlt. r " r- t B.m. B A
M3 ftotlMi Uu4rftntl Xionf Kefon.lM Sent prMlt fi A
PR rot l 09 i wk w ill miiX tbvm atrial to M Mt4rr j ' -f4
M ha relUrwJ flftnipttltrM If jukT 4ra(lil iM Mt (I 'V
wm h Uw J y rr4ft totlM 11 xi
UNITCDMCOICALCO f or4IaNCTCN P4 KL J
uil In Guthrie bj CUas Jtoutro. ?
WF v . uV fVpav. .HMfsnOrVsV'
1 18 West Oklahoma Avenue.
TO OUR PATRONS
n StOLrtinjJ tho new yerxr. wo takn plctxsure irv ter-
derlrvfi to our numerous friends and customers our
sincere thanks for tho repeated evidence of their
good will a.nd confidence. And we wish to assure
themtha.tno effort on our Dixrt shall bo spared lo
insure tho development of stfll more pleasant rela-
tions in the future and that the most untiring dili-
gence will be devoted to their service-
THE GUTHRIE LAUNDRY CO
When You Think of 1
WALL PAPER or
PAINT think of the
J. Prank Laux
htjle Aseat AiuT can Surety Co of New York
Actua Jluliaiug dbU Loan Aa-uclatluu ot luj-eka K
fePhone 161 Logan Couatv Uauk liulldlng. Guthrie OkU
J. B. FAIRFIELD
Goods Pa-ched. Stored and Shipped to Order
mm 2U. (Mice and Yards 407-409 W Kelson
:TfaeGuihrie Light & Power Co jj
WB ff I I
inp miu mmr
s:is - jsasf
Spring 190 5
Sty ea in Vici Kid. Velour
c.ilf and Tan Ruwia Calf
$500 gl pafr.
Spring 19 0 5
styles in lJ.tfrnt Kid and
$5 00 and $6.00 a pah-
OCR SPRING STYLES
are the vprv Mtt Hesiirtu
comprisinjr all that's new
and good in perfect Shoe-
.dknig'. ssgg??gy5.jgggsaagy-r.Pa. g
S Paint Company If
119 East Okla. Ave 4
Frank P. .Beamlk P
J PER WEEK
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