The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 109, Ed. 1, Thursday, April 10, 1902 Page: 3 of 8
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THE LEADER. QUTHRI2 OKLAHOMA THURSDAY APRIL 10 1902.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES i rock island con- ;
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is always pure
Brewed in a plant at clean ai the cleaneit home kitchen always open to
your inspection 58971 visitors list year.
Report out That Transfer of;
Interests Has Been
Over 2.0O0 of as good shoemaker as can be had for
money are making 8000 PAIRS A DAY of the famous
QUjiEN QUALITY SHOES AND OXFORDS.
115 IT 403 Stations m IB I ID
2 43a 6 COot Chlcaeo Io30a 9 00til
.1 Ma 8 4.1n 0 0a IKan. City 8 4UI 7 15a!
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2 20lJ 7 00a
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3 ISp 9 20a i
12S0p 3 16a I
HCOa 7 51a
930a 7 25a
745a 6 45a
700a a 15a
Quthrle & Western.
410 I 112
sisiit r sa
...Seward.. 12 54
.... Here. .. 12 41
....Uaahlon. . 12 23v
. needing.. 12 07
.KlngtUher. 11 3
Choctaw Oklahoma A Gulf.
No 3 No. I STATIONS No 2 No
mam p m a m
9 40 8 68 Weatherford 8 20 8 20
8 42 8 03 Geary 9 20 7 15
7 49 7 00 HI Reno 20 05 8 13
8 45 6 30 jklaboniaClty 1160 9 15
5 24 3 50 Shawnee I 20 10 35
25 South McAlrster B 25 115
II 60 9 Id Wlster 8 18 4 30
tl 35 8 65 Hone 8 34 4 45
10 43 8 00 Mansfield 9 22 5 49
9 45 6 60 Uoonevihe alOOO 6 2?
3 41 5 41 Danville 111 06 8 01
BIO 2 00 LI.McRQCk (2 20 1135
1 43 10 68 Brll.ley 5 45 3 15
1 48 JO 68 Forest City 4 54 4 13
?m p m!
1 40 9 03 Memphis 7 40 6 IP
k NEW FAST TRAIN
Between Bt. Louis and Kansas City and
And principal points In Texas and tho South-
west. This train is new throughout and Is
made no of the finest eaulpmont. provided
with clcctrlo lights and all otuor modern
It runs via our now
Red River Division.
Every nppllanco known to modern car
banding and railroading has been employed
In the make-up ot this service Including
Cafe Observation Cars
under tho management of Frod. Harvey.
Fall Information as to rates and all details of
a trip via this now routo will bo cheerfully
furnished upon application by any ropro-
eontaUvo of tho
Philadelphia April 9. Announce-
ment was mado today by Edward B.
Smith and Company of this city
bankers that tho Ohoctaw Oklaho-
ma and Quit call road company has
been sold to Spcyer and Co. bankers
rlf Now York. Tho announcement
Is as follows:
"Bv authority of President Gowan
It Ib state! that a majority of tho
stock of tho CShataw Oklahoma and
Oulf Railroad compair- has been sold
to Spcyer and Co. at tho prlco of
?80 for tho common an $G0 for tho
preferred both ox-Apl! dividend.
Under tho terms of th sale thus
mado the purchasers aiyreo to tako
at tho same prlco nil stock offered
iv circular giving; details will bo Is-
sued to stockholders In tho coursa of
a few days and thoy will bo asked to
deposit their stock at tho Qirard
Trust company (Philadelphia.)"
It washot officially announced for
whom Speyer and Co. Is acting. As
tho April dividend amounts to $1.60
on preferred stock the price named
is equivalent to $61.60. Tho divi
dend on tho common stock pr share
is $1 60. Dividends are payable on
April 30 to stockhdlders as register-
ed April IB. Mr. Smith lntlmatad to
day that the Bale would bring over
$21000000 to this city where mo3t
of the stock 1b hold.
Francis I. Gowan president of tho
Choctaw said tonight that he was not
In a position to talk In detail on tho
subject. Ho said the transfer would
mean a change In tho management of
the road but in what way ho could
not say. When asked if tho Pennsyl
vania Railroad company was Interest
ed in the sale Mr Gowan said:
"You aro coming too fnr east."
Whether tho bond Issue recontly
projected would bo forthcoming ho
could not say though ho expected tho
new management would see tho ad-!
vantage of thb extension that baa
been completed. Tho decision to
sell was taken after a careful deliber-
ation and ho thought it was decidedly
advantageous to tho proporty. Tho
proposition of Speyor and Co. ho
snld was tho first bona fido offer
made for tho purchase of tho road.
The stock Issue of the Choctaw
amounts to 176000 shares of com-
mon par value 18800.000 and 120000
shares ot proforred par valuo ?6-
000.000. Tho announcqnieenl of the salo was
mado after the stock exahange had
closed and little Information conld
bo had as to tho prospective purchas-
er. During tho last six months rum-
ors have' connoctqd tho Atchison
Topoka and Santa Fo railway tho
Missouri Pacific railway tho St.
Louis and San Francisco railway and
the Hock Island railroad. There is
a strong belief that tho last named
road Is tho real purchaser. This be-
lief Is strengthened by tho fact that
tho board of directors of tho Itock
Island road aro able to Issue $13000-
000 In new capital stock.
girl. Several peoplo residing In tho
vicinity of tho murdor woro taken
to tho inorguo by tho polloo but nono
of them could idontlfy the girl. No
truce of the murdoror has boon found
to 1-30 o'clock.
Foley's Kidney Curo If taken fit
tlmo affords security from all Kidney
and bladder diseases.
Sold by J. N. Wallace.
BLUE FOR COMMISSIONER.
Washington D. C April 9. Tho
Kansas delegation in congross met in
conferonco today and unanimously
decided to push R. W. Blue of Kan-
sas for pension commissioner to suc-
ceed II. Clay Evans. A commlttco
was appointed to seo tho president
when ho returns from the south.
Chronic Bronchitis Cured.
"For ten years I hnd chronic bron-
chitis so bad that at times I could not
speak abovo a whisper" writos Mr.
Joseph Coffntm of Montmorencl Ind.
"I tried all remedies available but
with iu success. Fortunately my em
ployer suggested that I try Foley's
Honey and Tar. Its effect was nltnoat
miraculous and I am now cured of the
disease. On my recommendation
many people have used Foley's Honey
and Tar and always with satisfac-
tion." Sold by J. N. Wallace
MAY GO TO JAIL
Normal School Case.
OklaUoma City O. T. April 9.
judge B. F. Burwoll nnounccd today
that ho would rondor a decision in
the Normal case noxt Saturday. This
is tho caso whoroln tho cltzons ot
Wcathorford seek to rotsraln tho ter
ritorial board of education from fur-
nishing bonds for tho normal build-
ing at Granito.
Oklahoma C'ty. O. T April 9. F.
W. McCabo 3uporIntncdent of track-
laying for ohnBton Bros. commenc-
ing laying tho steel rails for tho Ok-
lahoma City and Western on Mon-
day completing two miles that day
and finishing four miles of tho track
yesterday ovenihg. Mr. McCabo ox-
pects at th; prosont rato of prog-
ress to complete tho lino to Chlcka-
sha by May 10 and to tho objcctlvo
point Vernon Toxas within six
Tho steel rails and other materelal
is coming in rapidly and now no fur-
ther delays from that source are Ex-
pected In tho future.
JESSIE MORRISON OUT.
Eldorado Kas. April 9. After an
Imprisonment of eight d-.ys In tho
county Jail Jesslo Morrison awaiting
her third trial for tho murdor or Mra.
OHn Castle was today released on
$10000 bond. Thero woro four sign-
ers to the bond who qualified for $o"0-
(World's Fair. Special.)
Leaves Oklahoma City 6.30 p.m.
Arrives Kansas City 7:00 a.m.
Arrives St. Louis 11:30 a.m.
Arrives Memphis 6:00 p.m.
(St. Louis Express.)
Leaves Oklahoma City .... 9:50 a.m.
Arrives St. Louis 7:15 n.tn
Loaves Kansas City 7:15 p.m.
Arrives Oklahoma City ...7:30 a.m.
(Arkansas and Oklahoma Express.)
Leaves St Louis 10:09 p.m.
Arrives Oklahoma City 6:45 p.m.
Through cars and Pullman Palace
sleepers between Oklahoma City Kan-
sas City St Louis and Memphis. For
rates and other Information call on
nearest Frisco System Agent or ad-
dress the undersigned. '
Division Passenger Agent
Confederate Veterans and Their
Lour rates to Delias and return by
the Choctaw Route for the reunion
April 22d to 25th
Foley's Kidney Cure makes kidnoya
awl bladder Tight.. Don't delarjr taking
Sold by J. N. "Wallace.
For Infants und Children.
Ill Kind You Have Always Bought
Detro't Working Qirl Stabbed and
Beaten to Death
Detroit April 9. Just beforo mid
night the most brutal murdor of re-
cent years In this city was commit-
ted on Thirteenth street between An-
toinette and McGraw streets. A
young girl who has not yet been Iden-
tified" was stabbod ' and pounded to
death. Her throat was cut from ear
to ear a knife was thrust into her
brain behind the ear and a dentin
her forehead showed. tha she bad
been clubbed. A resident of the
neighborhood Harry Jewell heard
cries and screams and looking out
saw a man striking a girl down. Af-
ter felling hervand running away a
short distance Jewell says the assail-
ant turned again and renewed his at-
tack on her prostrato body. Jewell
notified the police who found the girl
deed She was 'apparently a-working
Foley's Honey and Tar contains no
opiates and will not constipate llko
nearly all other cough medicines. Re
Sold by J. N. Wallace
Oklahoma City O. T. April 9.
Mrs. Irene Dollsspar who is charged
with bolng Implicated with her hus-
band for blackmailing Postofftco In-
spector Boobo was today surrendered
by her bondsmen. Unless shb can
got ball sho will bo taken to the Tc-
cumseh Jail. x
Know all men by these presents that
tho parties whose nnmos are horoto at-
tached havo and jlo mutually agreo
and bind themselves to tho following
conditions to-wit: That tho schedule
oxlstlng prior to April 1st 1902 fih.
remain and bo In force on all work
that has boon contracted for and lot
prior to April 1st 1002 but that flio
now scalo shall bo in offoct and apply
on all ork contracted for or lot on
or aftor last abovo named dato or Im-
mediately aftor publication of same in
ono or moro ot uio dally newspapors
of tho city ot Guthrlo.
Tho scalo for stono masons on all
work taken prior to April 1st 1902
tho minimum to bo 35 cents por hour
nine hours to constitute n day's work.
Tho scale for bricklayers on all work
taken prior to April 1st 1902 tho
minimum to bo 45 conts por hour and
nlno hours to constitute a day's work.
Tho now scale for masons 40 cents por
hour and for bricklayers 50 cents por
hour; new scalo to remain In forco un-
til April 1st 190S.
Witness our hands hereto attached.
Duly accredited commlttco for stono
masons nnd bricklayors representing
International Union No. 4 of Oklaho-
ma. Committee J. W. Wolnand J. W.
Bishop and C. W. Holler.
Contractors J. H. Billings "D. IL
Cotton I. T. Blake H. J. Vandonborg
Tho membors of tho People's party
of Logan county aro called to meet In
mass convention at the probate court
room in tho city of Guthrie Okla. on
tho 12th day ot April 1902 at tho hour
ot 4 o'clock p. m. to select olght dele-
gates to tho territorial conventlou qf
said party which has been called tg
meet at Enid Okla. on the 22d day of
April A. D. 1902. AH persons who
havo horotoforo affiliated with the
Peoplo's party and who supported Che
Hon. Robt. E. Neff for congress and
all persons who aro in sympathy with
tho principles of the People's party
aro Invited to attend said convention
aud participate therein.
F. S. Pulliam
1 Member of the Territorial Committee
fMt T ntrnn fitntw
Tho surest and safest remedy for
kidney and bladder diseases Is Foley's
Sold by J. N. Wallace.
Good work guaranteed.
Also Horses boarded at
OAK GROVE BARN
Chas. Michael Prop.
Cor. Division anil Sprinter - . .
S. W. Cor. 1st and Harrison
Pine liquors courteous treat-
ment and a nice free lunch
on Saturdays. A good place
to spend a while.
5Q2 E Oklahoma Ave
fienerel Cement Work
Of all Kinds
We make a speciaHy of Curb
Gutter Sidewalk and Basement
See the sidewalk and curbing
at Franklin's Grocery which is
a fair sample of our work.
VRkm. JZZe?Pf Oxfords
These Shoes and Oxfords contain all that good taste
and refinement of style could suggest
118 OKLAHOMA AVENUE
H. H. HAGAN
Office Over Grand Lco-dor
Real Estate Insurance and
I have a large list of farm and city j
Call and list your property for
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It Cores v
That Tired Feeling.
It is Heilflifol.
TheMost Perfect Beer Brewed
Call for it everywhere. Drink It everywhere.
City Office Adler Bldg Phone 54 TJ Tf T)T Aptf
Bottling Works 254 I VV OLtAAXJ V
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 109, Ed. 1, Thursday, April 10, 1902, newspaper, April 10, 1902; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc75892/m1/3/: accessed January 17, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.