The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 92, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 13, 1901 Page: 3 of 8
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THKiUSADlft aUTHHIE OKLAHOMA WEDNESDAY MARCH 13 1901.
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TERItlTORIAL SNAP SHOTS.
No. 405 10:45p.m. 10:15 p. m
Ko. 407 12:20p.m. 12:353.1'.
Local freight. . 5:40 a.m. 5:50 a.m.
No. 400 5:40 a.m. 5:50 a.m.
No. 408 4:45 p.m. 5:10 p.m.
Quthrle & Western.
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Choctaw Oklahoma & Qulf.
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It Is a mistake to think th-U the Check-
ering 1'lanos are made only lor the rich
Our moderate prt.-cs and easy pay.nent
plan enables almost anyone to have them
Write or Catalogue and Term
H. W. CLEGERN
Bepresentatlr forOkla.and Ind.Ter.
118 Mln Ht OKLAHOMA CITT
Matters of More or Lets interest tc
A. man employed In tho Chicago
poBtoffice resigned to oocopt a job In
tho Oklahoma City postoftlca.
Sahtiylar Kekhardt. Republican cen-
tral committeeman for Canadian coun
ty nnd formerly ft. druggist at El
Hono has been appointed to a clerk-
ship at the Osage Indian agency at
Ponca city Courier: An exciting
Incident occurred at Nowklrk this
morning A deaf and dumb boy was
put In Jail for a few days on some
trivial offense. When lie wne released
some of the boys persuaded him that
he was entitled to $ a day for the
time ho waB Imprisoned. He took a
written demand to County Attorney
Plnkbnrn and when he raftiBod to pay
the deaf and dumb fellow pulled a
revolver and Bhot at him twice. When
Bherl(fBaln rushed In Uie fellow fired
once lit him and was then arrested
Tho officers should arrest the fellows
who made a fool of the unfortunate
The Choctaw railroad Is extending
Its lines to Watonga and It Is said
will continue north to Cleo. An Im
provemont company has been charter-
ed and thoy arc plotting n now town
across tho rlvor from Watonga. Tho
railroad will not run Into Watonga as
It is not plottod.
C'olonol Uathaulol McKay some
tlmos of Washington and sometimes of
Oklahoma has printed n' book con-
taining a history of his business ca-
reer and his family pedigree to re
fute attacks mado by a person whom
Colonel McKay alleges Is trying to
blackmail him. In tho language of
Senator Clarke this Is "a most un-
A country correspondent In the
Arapahoe Bee says: "Some ways
that are now under tho sun of getting
homesteads aro coming to light. For
instance ono stout able-bodied man
filed on a homestead and three of his
sons all undcp twenty-one years old
adopted their sisters and earli filed
on a homestead by claiming to bo I ho
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hoad of a family Another young
chap being too short In years sworo
ho was the head of a family by adopt-
ing his grandfather and grandmother
who uro living back in tho Btatos. No
doubt many people are holding claims
that will fall on final proof. If looked
Tho now opera house undor con-
struction at Btillwalur by Mr. Jftrdot
and Mr. Blouln will be completed by
Juno 1. The scenery will be painted
In Chicago at a cost of $1900 by the
same fir that painted tho scenery for
tho Masonic templo at Guthrie.
I It all the fellows in Kansas and Ok
lahoma should start stores In the Klo-
wa country who say thoy Intond to
'thoro wouldn't bo room for tho build
Ono o ftho local secret soclotlos of
Arapahoe Ii greatly scandalized be-;
cause ait ox-senator got hold of the
pass word and broke Into lodgo for
An Atchison girl who attended tho
inaugural ball In a letter homo tells
about tho "suppor room" as follows:
"Tho supper room was decorated In
ro5 and green. The menu was ve-y
elaborute and a large number of
waitors were In attendance. There
was no nttempt made to seat tho
guosts. but everything ordered was
promptly brought. I snt on a radia-
tor and had everything moro than I
could oat. I sond you tho ball pro-
gramme which contains tho menu;
also tho souvenir of tho inauguration
which enmo with tho ball tickets. Tho
dancing at first was confined to a
comparatively small piece at ono end
of tho hall canvassed for that pur-
pose but lator after the president hnd
gone tho dancers tried tho tile floor
of tho hall proper found it good and
thon there was dancing all over the
hall Wc loft about halt past one and
wore at home by two I do not see
how the lnnugural ball could have
boon mado moro beautiful. Thero l"i
to bo a law passed prohibiting tho uso
of the ponslou office for tho ball In
futuro as It throws 3000 dorks out of
work for a wook. I am glad I saw it.
I saw three men besides the men ia
uniform not In evening dross. Also
t saw ono man drinking coffee out of
his Raucer but that was all."
Colonist Rates to California.
Only $25 from Outhrlo via most direct
line Santa Pe Route every Tuesday to
April 30. Tickets at Depot
There is a Thus and Tide etc. and
Is the place for a Splendid safe Investment that will double and double again your money. This new town is on the new
ilackwell Enid and Southwestern Railway and also
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xne jsnm ana 1 criKawa nauway
(A Branch of the Rock Island)
IT IS 11 MILES EAST OF ENID AND 12 MILES SOUTH OF HUNTER
Is most delightfully situated on a beautiful Und aost endlessjpralrie in the very center of one of the richest agricultural distrjstjs in
Oklahoma. Au abundance of clear pure water is found at a depth of 20 to 85 feet Of all the new towns in Oklahoma
Is the most fortunate in that she will have the benefit of two railroads to start with. Thus the citizens of this new town of Breckinridge willMinjoy
theadvantages pf railroad competition without having to shaie the expense of having to secure the same. Full warranty deeds will be furnished to all
lots. The size of the lots is 25x150 ftet. All business streets are 00 ft. -t wide. Residence streets art CO feet wide. There are about 1.2QJ lots in the
townslte. All lots will be sold at the uniform price of
If purchased on or before the day set for the public distribution or sale which is from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. of
For further information address CJ. 3E3. 'JELTJJSX'ttEA'IBL Mgr. Friaqo Townsite Co..
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 92, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 13, 1901, newspaper, March 13, 1901; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc75070/m1/3/: accessed February 27, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.