The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 35, Ed. 1, Friday, January 3, 1902 Page: 2 of 8
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rTHE UEApER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA FRIDAY JANUARY 3 108. O
OKLAHOMAN WANT THBylODY
Local Happening of City and Terrl
tory Briefly Told.
The Oklahoma Bar association will
meet Jan. 9.
It is estimated that the fees of Fro-
bate Judgo Brown on town lot In tho
new country will aggregate J25.000 II
- Wagoner will bore for oil and Is
going to nu noli n hole In the ground
2709 feet doop.
The ludlnn territory should be
proud of tho nbsonco of tho usual law-
lessness on Christmas day. ' Thero
was a difference between tho record
ot 15)01 nnd 1000.
Two Pawaoo hunters Tound a wild
cat "as big aa a bird dog." Theyi
claim to liavo shot at the animal but
their Btory la doubted as they were In
town too soon after catching sight ot
An Oklahoman from whom ten
sacks ot quail and pralrto chickens
were stolen at Kansas City started
to object but thought suddenly of the
Many Ohlahomans Yho actually
earn tholr salnrlcs and at tho hardest
kind of work wero In Quthrlo this
week. They belonged to tho Oklaho-
ma Teachers" association.
Ffnds Way to Live Long.
Tho startling announcement of s.
Discovery that will suroly lengthen
Jlfo is made by editor O. II. Downey
of Ghurubusto Ind. I wish to state"
ho writes "that Dr. King's New Dis-
covery for Consumption Is tho most
Infallible remedy that I have over
knoVn for CoughB Colds and Grip.
It'a invaluable to people with weak
lung's. Having this wonderful medi-
cine no ono need dread Pneumonia
or Consumption. Its relief Is Instant
and euro certain." A. 13. Gray guar-
antee every 50c and JJ.00 bottle nnd
glvo trial bottles frco.
Why America Is Invading Europe.
(From tho World's Work.)
It is truo we have a territory ot
bouHdlCBB resources nnd an advantag
eous geographical position; lmt It is
not these that are giving us tho lead
for these are but the materials ot
success. Success itself Is nn individ
ual quality if men of tho same race
and of tho same capacity llvo genera
Hon after generation some under tho
social and political conditions or the
Old World and some undor tho condi
tions of tho New World tho freedom)
fof initiative and tho freedom of op
portunity In a democracy will mako
the man who live undor It more effi
cient than the won who live undor
an aristocracy. That tho English race
in a democracy should outstrip tho
English race in an nrtistocratlc society
was to us a foregono conclusion a
hundred years ago. If It had been
poswlblo for Englnnd torhl itself of
what Burke meant by his line phrase
"rank and title nnd nil tho solemn
plausibilities of tho world" it would
never hare been posalblo for tho
Americans In any way to outstrip tho
It is thf simple fact that a poor boy
born in Connecticut may become an
organizer of great Industries in Minne-
sota or an Inventive lad bGrn in North
Carolina may revolutionize tho war
fare of tho world that any man any-
where la our domocracy if ho have
the mettle ot the sol). Is likely to win
one ot tho capital prizes of his gonor-
alloaj and still moro the fact that the
man of only commonplace qualities
who may win only a sraal meaauro of
Huccesu for himself may still keep
open for his children tho road to disr
tlnctlom the nro the simple and
fundamental facta that determine the
future domination of tho world.
Doubloday Pago & Co. 34 Union
Square East Now York.
A Request That Payne the Boomer be
Re-Interred In the Territory.
By Associated Press.
Wellington Kas. Jan. 2. At the
council meeting Monday night a let-
ter was read from J. S. Worch of Co-
manche Okln. asking if tho body of
Davo Payno the original Oklahoma
boomor could be rcmoyea there.
Woreh was one of Payne's original
colonji and upon the admission of Ok-
lahoma to statehood ho says the
dream of Payno will be realized. Ho
therefore thinks It proper that tho
body should bo burled Uiero and hoi
is nt tho bond Of an association which
is back of tho movement. The coun-
cil ordered that tho body be turned
oVnr to tho Oklahomans provided the
Payno relatives made no objection.
Payno died here In 1884.
BIG REALTY DEAL.
The Mrs. Doya Corner Property Brings
The first big realty transaction of
the new year was consummated this
morning In tho boIo of the property
at the corner of Second street and
Oklahoma avenue owned by Sirs.
Doya to tho Pabst Browing company
consideration $7000. The price paid
Is a fair Index of tho substantial in-
crease in real estate values in Guthrie
tho samo property less than a year
ago being quoted at $4600. It is tho
Intention of the new owners to com-
mence nt once tho erection of a hand-
some two-story brick building to cost
in tho neighborhood ot $8000.
The sale was consummated through
John James Jr. the hustling real
estato r.nd Immigration agent
Half tho ills that man is heir to
come from indigestion. Burdock
Blood Bitters strengthens and tones
the Btomnch; mnkes indigestion impossible.
Tho Kind You Ilnvo Always Bought nnd. "Which 1ms been
in use for over JO jenrs lins boiiio tlio Hlgnatnro of
nitd 1ms been inndo umlcr bis pcr-
TV-y- sonnl supervision sinco its Infhncy.
All Counterfeits Imitations nnd ' Just-as-Rood" nro but
Experiments Hint triflo with nnd endanger tho health of
Infants nnd Children Experience ngnhist Hperln;cnt.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is n harmless Hubstituto for Castor Oil Pare-
goric Drops nnd Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotics
substance. Its np;o is its gunrnutcc. It destroys Worms
nnd allays Fovcrlshncss. It cures Dlnrrhoon nnd "Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething' Troubles cures Constipation
nnd Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food rcguhvtcs tho
Stomach and Bowels giving healthy nnd natural sleep.
Tho Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears tho Signature of
The KM You to Alway: Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years
TW OCNTAOR tOMTOH TT MUHI1A T. MtW YORK CITY.
AN IMPORTANT CAPTURE.
Escaped Prisoner and Suspected Mur-
derer Lodged In Jail.
Deputy Marshal W. D. Fossott af-
ter a long and unremitting pursuits
has succeeded in running to tho earth
and placing in the federal Jail Leo
Iteld who with tho aid ot tho officers
ot Washita county was located and
captured near Cloud Chief this week.
Held was ono of tho eleven prisoners
engaged in tho federal Jail break last
P.old however is wanted on a moro
sorlous charge. Ho is charged with
being a member ot a gang tha has
boon terrorizing the settlors in tho
now country; Tho Hamo gang that mur-
dored a young boy namod Beonblos-
rom near Rush Springs last fall. Dr.
Boonblossom father of tho boy has
been Bent for and will nrrjlvo hero to-
morrow for tho purpose of Identifying
Mrs. Muggins ''My husband
porfect crank." Mrs. Bugglns-
huabands are my dear." Mrs.
gins "But fancy a man who
plains thUt my mustard plasters aro
not as Btrong as those his mother used
When you paint your build
n use a paint material that
vill look well wear well and
preserve the surface to v '
It is applied.
New Contractor For Guthrie.
Mr. J. D. Brazlo of Itockford 111.
an old and experienced contractor in
all branches of cement work side-
walks steps curbing fountains and
ornamental works arrived In Quthrlo
with his wife and daughter in view of
making this their permanent homo.
They bave rented a cottago on E.
Harrison No. 521 phono 341. Mr.
Brazlo comes well" recommended and
will bo pleased to glvo estimates on
all work In hlo lino and earnestly
solicits tho patronngo of the people
having work of this kind.
Has put on a new train known as
tho "Oklahoma Limited" between
Oklahoma City and Kansas City. This
Is tho fastest and finest equipped
train out ot Oklahoma for Kansas
City St. Louis and Memphis.
Tho "Oklahoma Limited" leaves
Oklahoma City at 6:10 p. m. nrrlvlng
at Kansas City 7:40 next moralng St.
Louis 5:35 d. m. and Momphls 5:00
p. m. oh consists of baggage car
three (3) chajr cars and one (1)
Pullman. Tho Pullman aloeper ami
ono chair car goe3 through to Kan-
sas City without change one chair
car through to St Louis and one
through to Memphis. Tho return
train leaves Kansas City 9:20 p. m.
arriving Oklahoma City 10:55 a. m.
Further information regarding rates
time etc- "will bo cheerfully glvea by
any Frisco system agent or tho un-
dersigned. B. F. Dunn
District Passenger Agent
Start M New Year
Will a pair of our Durable
to correspond with your new res-
' olutionsi We ha've all the pop-
ular designs and leathers and
can please and fit yolun siyle and
DiaestAvhat you eat.
Itartiuclally digests tho food and aida
AGENTS WANTED T.ecnl or trav-
eling agents in Oklahoma or the In-
dian territory can get the best contract
In tho way of earning a livlnc and also
based upon the fact that my business
given them by anybody In the country
will be pleasing safe and profitable to
tho buyer and also will give to tho
agent an honorable and lucrative em-
ployment. Men of good character and
ctanalng (not necessary for them to
have had any Insurance experience)
will find it for their Interest to com-
municate wjth Henry F. Burt general
manager of the National Life and
Trust Co. of Des Moines Iowa Room.!
13 15 and 17 Bllllngsloy bldg. Outh
rle Okla. where all tho details will
bo explained to such applicants and
if not convenient to call in person it
can bo dono just as intelligently by
REASONS WHY AN AGENT CAN DO
BETTER FOR HIMSELF REP-
RESENTING THE NATIONAL
LIFE AND TRUST COMPANY
THAN. ANY OTHER EMPLOY-
PLOVMENT. BECAUSE Its endowment bonds and
policies yield tho largest possible
returns consistent with Bafety.
BECAUSE it is Incorporated ucde.
the Iowa Innurance laws and de-
posits tho cash value of all bonds
with tho auditor of the tate as
by law required.
BECAUSE Its bonds are exempt from
taction nnd oxecutlon as by law
CECAUSE its securlUes are all first
mortgages on Iowa farms.
BECAUSE its officers and directors
are men of well known ability and
E.ECAUSE all bonds aro payable in
gold at maturity.
BECAUSE their bond3 guarantee to
return tho faco value of each ln
ten years together with all the
accumulations from lapses In tho
reservo and profit fund and in.T.g
REFLECTIONS OF A BACHELOR.
(From tho NowYorK Press.)
Meat people feei they aro gOnorous
whoa theyi onlly do their duty' to
Liberty is being able (o do us you
pletee with tho rlghta of'BOmobody
Some people can never understand
ton a person who la natural can be
There are mighty few of tu w ho do
"not vwfejSUou tho Judgment of engaged
Hop?rjit choosing at- they did
(lt la not sp much that there l pleas
wr when wjdp good deedrt a Hut
requ i re
:o be Strictly Purr c' ' Dutch
process White Lsad. It is the
best and most economical paint
that you can usv. Insist on
your painters employing this
well-known brand. I
For sale by all reliable paint
Nature in btrencthenlng and recon
atructinp; the exhausted digestive or
cans. It is the latest discovered dices'.
ant nnd tonic. No other preparatL a
can approach It in efllcloncy. It ln
stantlyreJlovesanG permanently cures
Dyspepsia Indjgastjon Heartburn
Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea
Sick Headache Gastralgla Cramps ana
nllothorrosultsof imperfect digest ion.
PrlcaGOxandfl. Ldirfoslro contains SM times
Prepared bv E. C- DtWITT A CO. Cblcjao.
Sold by J. N Wallace.
(First published in Daily Leader
Dec. 10 1961.)
j To Whom it May Concern:
Notice Js hereby given that J. J.
Tearney has this day hied his petition
to sell at retail eplriluouB vinous and
malt liquors upon lot 4 block 56 Fifth
ward Guthrie Logan county Okla
homa and that unless objection be
filed on or before the 24th day of
December A. D 3901 Bald petition
will be granted
lurs throughout Oklahoma j Guthrie okla. doc 9 1901
.u t!t? Jndjan Territory.
J B. Dobson County Clerk
Compare our capital stock wliu the
capital stock of other largo companies.
All requests for information cither
personal or by letter will be courte-
ously aaswered. either in porsoa or
by mail by addressing
HENRY F. BURT
Rooms 13 IB and 17 Blllingsley Bldg.
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Is prepared to do
it Gold Lettering
On verv short notice
Do it while you wait.
the New Year
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a.nd Ta.steful in the
carries everything in
stock tha.t you need
in your business.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 35, Ed. 1, Friday, January 3, 1902, newspaper, January 3, 1902; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc75809/m1/2/: accessed April 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.