The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 12, Ed. 1, Friday, June 20, 1902 Page: 2 of 8
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THE LEAREH "rlflls? OKLAHOMA
FRIDAY JUNE 20 1902.
's !y8&'W"Y':& &ftas?m9r'
WILD YOUNG MAN .
IN SPIDERS WEB
Unwilling to Extricate
Himself From a Wick-
ed Woman's Foils
Special to Dally Loader.
Lawton Okla. Juno 20. A wild
young man of good and rich parent-
age In Uie tolls of a vllo woman of
the town orio whose every othor word
Is an oath was the s"ort of a case in
the police court 'stordny afternoon.
The officers heai ' in coining from
ovor tho Frisco saloon anil whou they
broke In found James Murray and
Mrs. Whito in a freo for all fight with
tho woman very much drunk and got-i
ting tho worst or the fight. Tho Judge j
gave each $25 and upon failure to!
liquidate Uioy wont to Jail and wore
given adjoining cells.
Back of the case Is a story. Young
Murray Is tho son of a. Chicago bank-
er who doos not (r jw how much ho
is worth liut money does not give
obedient isons and so after trying all
other means his wayward son prom-
ised to reform f he would buy a west-
ern ranch for- him. Tho ranch was
bought near Sallnn Kas. and stocked
with 49 head of horses some of them
'Uelng fine Kentucky blooded stool'.
The father had the ranch all nxcdf
And spent two weeks with his son.
And then he wont back to Chic o to
make moro money the strei K i no
son soon manifested itself and he"
wulle on a high lonesome met Mng
"White. They soon beenmo boon com-
panions and finally decided to see
tho new country. And bo they camo
and have been hero Bonic llttlo time.
urlng thaC time the young man's
money some J&00 -was being spent
JIko water or rather it was boing
gotten out of his sight. Tho woman
having blod tha young aclon was
ready to throw hi jnaslde. So she
became very Jealous but reckoned
without her host. Every time ho look-
ed at another woman he was talked
to In language that would mako a
street Arab turn green with envy.
B'jr ho dd not leave. And so tho last
straw was solectcll a drunken fight
to drive away the youth who had boon
Tho son of tho banker is now in a
common cell and will remain thero
unless outside help is secured. Ho
dares not notify his father and his
horses had as well be In Halifax for
nil tho good thoy will do him. Tho
way of the transgressor is hard the
heart of tho law cold and so ho must
-work on the streets and share a com-
mon cell unless lie has money.
NEW TELEPHONE LINE.
Special to Dally Leader.
South McAllster Juno 20. Govern-
ment Inspector Beobb was hero yes
terday in consultation with L. H.
Roberts of the South McAlostor-Eu-faula
Telephone Co. on matters per-
taining to tho proposed tolophone lino
from Fort Smith to Guthrie along tho
right of wny or tho Fort Smith and
Wostoru railway. Thoy will go over
tho route in a low weeks and auos
Leads Them All.
' One Minuto Cough Cure bota all
ntner medicines I ovor tried for
coughs coldB croup and throat and
lung troubles" says D. Scott Gurrin
of Loganton Pa. Ono Minuto Cough
Curo Is tho only absolute safo cough
romedy which acts Immediately.
Mothers everywhere testify to tho
good it has dono their llttlo ones.
Croup Is so sudden in its attacks that
the doctor often arrlvos too late. U
yields at once to Ono Minuto Cough
Cure. Pleasant to take. Children llko
it Quro euro for grip hronahitU
J. N. Wallace.
Sac tho display of olegant premi-
ums glvon for Silk Soap wrappers. In
the show windows of the Woleomo.
All pupils attending tho public
schools from grades three to seven
Inclusive who wish to mako up their
grades this summer roport at the
Control school. Monday. June a'i.
Tuition B for six weeks. Miss Alio;
Ferrler will condupt tho school
"A Night in Bohemia" opera hous.
Friday Juno 20th. Reserved seats;
sow on sale at Wallace's drug store.
m mi g F AT 'v n many respects like other ulcers r
MM m . Mm M" rrm sores nmltliisrcscmhlnnie often proves fatal.
Valuable lime Is lost in fruitless efforts to heal
the sore with washes and salves because the germs of Cancer that are multi-
plying in the blood nnd the new Cancer cells which are constantly develop-
ing keep tin the irritation nnd discharge and at last sharp shooting pains
announce the approach of the eating and slqughlug stage and a hideous
sickening cancerous sore begins its
destructive work. Ia February 1800 1 notteod r small
No ulcer or sore can exist with JSMW.V'SJtife SSfESVSi
out some predisposing internal cause out Into an open core. I began to take
that has poisoned the blood and the s. S. B. and. after X had taksn seven bot-
open discharging ulcer or the fester- tle" the place heeled entirely and no
:i .... . i n 1.1. - .. Iirne of the dlaoaae have been aoen
ing sore on the lip cheek or other lneo -w. P. Brown Hollands a. c.
part of the body will continue to
spread and cat deeper into the flesh unless the blood is purified and the
Cancer germs or morbid matter eliminated from the circulation.
S. S. S. cleanses the blood of all decaying effete matter. It has great
antidotal and purifying properties that soon destroy the germs and poisons
and restore the blood to its natural condition. And when pure blood is
If you have nn ulcer or chronie eore of nny kind write us about it rnedi-
caindvicc will cost you nothing. Hooks on Cancer and other diseap! c
the blood will be sent free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. Atlanta Ga."
PAYS PENALTY FOR MURDER.
(By Associated r ross.
( Brandon Man. Juno 20. The oxo-
cution of Waltor Gordon took place
this morning. Gordon's crime was
tho murder of two men nnmed Daw
nnd Smith nt Whltowater In 1900.
The crlmo resulted fiom a dispute ov-
er a farm which Gordon was negotiate
Ing to buy from Daw.
TO BREAK STANDING
(By Associated Press.
New York June i"0. A feature of
the games to be held at Celtic Park
tomorrow by the Knights of Columbus
will be the ton standing Jumps
scratch. Tho best man entered and
tbo one loor(' on bw students of form
to win this event is Jay C. Kwry of
the New York Athlotic chu tho great-
est standing Juniper the world has
ovor seen. Tho oven was put on the
program? practically to give Ewry
a chance to beat the presont world's
record of 11 teet 5J Inches.
(By Associated vress.
Chicago III. June 20. It Is report-
ed today that tho plans for tho form-
ation of an association of merchants
for the purpose ol protection ngalnat
unreasonable demands of labor arc
nearing completion and within anoth-
er weok It is expected to havo ovory
store owner of prominenco in tho city
enlisted In tho movement. ' Tho de-
mands made upon merchants in tho
past especially In tho course of tho
recent strlKe of department store
wagon drivers ore said to bo tho
ohlof force that has caused tho busi
ness mon to get togothor for mutual
protection. Organized labor threatens
to retaliate with a goneral boycott of
all the ..tores that may become mem-
bers of tho new organization.
Bnrlnc tover is another name for
blllou8UP58. It is moro serious than
most peoplo think. A torpid liver
and Inactive bowels mean a poisoned
system. If neglected serlouB illness
may follow such symptoms. DoWItt's
Llttlo Early Blsors remove all danger
by stimulating tho liver opening tho
bowels and cleansing tho system of
Irapurjtlos. Safe pills. Novor gripe.
"I havo takon DoWItt's Llttlo Early
Risers for torpid liver every spring
for years" writes R. M. Everly
Moundsville. W. Va. "Thoy do mo
more good than anything I have ever
J. N. Walla.ce.
FOR WESTERN DEVELOPMENT.
(By Associatod Press. t
Galveston Texas Juno 80. Repre-
sentatives from the Northweat and
Weat as well as from Texas. Louisi-
ana and other states and territories
of Uie Southwest are attending the
Iconvsntlon ot Southern Pnclfio land
and Immigration agents which began
in this city today. The meeting con
tinues throe days during which time
ways and weans for promoting west-
ern immigration and aiding In tho
development of the trune-MlBsIeslppl
country generally will be exhaustive-
Turned Out All Right.
While out driving yesterday even-
inc. Jennie lllnoiiart. Mabel Rlnehart!
nnd Ethel Ogle eame very near raooi-
ing with a serious :ecldent Tho
horse uocame unruly and turned a
corner at an angle that throw the
young ladies out of tho buggy. For-
tunately none of Uie girls were hurt
except tor a few scratches.
Go to Swearingen for best photos.
nnoalte nnst office.
I Opposite poetolTice
carried to the ulcer or sore the healing process
begins the discharge ccose9 and the place heals
over and new skin forms. S. S. S. is a strictly vege-
table blood purifier containing no mercury or
minerals of any description.
(By Associated Press.
New Haven Conn. Juno 20. Many
visitors are hore for commencement
week nt Yale which was ushered in
today with the annual Townsend
prize orations in Battel! Chapel. Sun-
day President Hadley will deliver the
baccalaureate address and the week
will come to a close next Wednesday
with the graduation exercises proper.
Primary Secondary of Tertiary Blood
Poison permanently cured. You can
bo treated at homo at a very small
cost and no charge it wo Ml to cure.
If you have taken mercury iodide
potash and still havo aches and
pales mucous patchOB in mouth sore ;
throat pimples copper colored spots ;
ulcon? on any part of the body hair
or eyebrows falling out
Secondary Blood Poison that wo guar-
antee to cure. ThiB dlsoas? has al-
ways baffled tho skill of tho most
eminent physicians. No bruich of-
fices. Uso full address ns follows:
Hall Chemical Co. 205 East Second
St Jamestown N. Y.
real Estate transfers.
Marshall Town Co. to Molle
C. Lonfqulst. wd pt. ne U.
sec. 4 twp. 19 r 4 $1000.00
John Backes to Ida
I Backes wd ne U sec
twp. 1C r 2 500.00
Jas. L. Stevens and w to S.
Konedy. wd lot 9 blk 2A
Capital Hill Langston ....
Emll Rittorbusch and w to
John M. Kgo et al wd sw
4. sec. 14 twp. 17 r 2
Wnrran H. Hysoll and w to C.
O. Hoke. wd. blks. 22-35-3C-49
Elijah Walters and w to Dnn-
iel J. Piper wd. no U. sec
31. tw. 15. r 4 3200.00
Dick T. Morgan and w to
Warron 11. Hysell nod lots
15-10 blk. 36 Orlando .... 10.00
Guthrie and King Imp. Co. to
John Berg wd lota J5-G blk.
4. Berg 20.00
Guthrie and King Imp. Co. to
W. P. Adams wd lots 23-
24 blk. 4 Borg 50.00
W. P. Adams and w to D. G.
Anderson wd lots 23i24
blk. 4. Borg. 100.00
A Real Friend.
"I suffoied from dyspepsia and Indl-
gostlon for fifteen years" says W. 1.
Sturdevant of Merry Oaks N. C.
"After I had tried many doctors and
imedloinoB to no avail ono of my
j friends persuaded mo to try Kodol.
It cave Immediate rollof. J can eat
almost anything I want now and my
digestion is good. I cheerfully recom-
menu Kodol." Don't try to cure stom-
ach troublo by dieting. That only
further woakons tho system. You need
wholosome strengthening food.
Kodol enables you to assimilate what
you oat by digesting it- without the
J. N. Wallace.
At German hall on Second street.
8nnaay Juno 22f at 3 o'cloek n. m..
Mra 1 aura n. Pavne has consented to
I stop over in Guthrie and give ono of
hor noted lectures on tho roliglous
and social questions now boforo tho
American neonlo. Mrs. Payne Is a
gifted speaker aa well as a singer
'She composes her own songs. This
is a rare ehancc to hor this notod
Mrs. Youngwife I want to get some
Dealer Yes'm How man Vii''t.'
Mrs. Youaivifc-t;ra.-o- ' ' "gM
I you alway took i'- T .... o I a
lust lt'U ibi.. .
bt. riEnacBjtoi.E ftuv.voa.
Ketcued From n t r.eun Drmfwu After
Four Davo o oulfer.ng-
Ilfloul Sartout mottmes cillsd
Pelino will live In i. story as the fcol.
human being to escape from v Piorn
when tho Martinique city wii? obliter-
ated from Iho face of the Island by tho
shower of death from Mont 1'elee.
Beautiful women sweet children
brave soldiers and the honored fathers
of the city leaders in trade and the
professions perished. Not one qf these
was saved. But a coarse negro Jt
blacV and stupid with little more mini
than an animal was -itrangely pro
ftPfVPfl in rnntlmin n wnpttilaea llfA '
The very fact that Sartout was unfit
to be at large among people was his
salvation for the poisonous gases nnd
red-hot rocks and ashes did not pene '
trato to the far depths of tho dungeon
In which he was a prisoner. I
Sartout has told slowljr. by decree.
as a little child might tell of his four
horrible days and nights In the dun-
geon with the silence of death above
him: a stillness that terrified his un-
taught mind and that his instlne
rather than his intelligence led him
feel wap the result of some terrlh
Sartout was weak mentally and Ig
norant not vicious. He had been ar-
rested for a trivial offenuo tho week
previous to the eruption of Mont Pelee
and was serving out a short Jail
sentence on the day of the disaster.
He behaved so badly in Jail that to
mbdue him he was placed In a dun-
geon und r the Jail and located almost
beneath the sidewalk. Thero were
fciuuufiB luimuiB juiu uie tenur irum
the sidewalk for purposes or vetitlla-
tlon but the dungeon was so placed for
disciplinary purposes Uiat Sartout was
In darkness. The grating was one cell
removed from him.
Sartout could plainly hear he says
the noises made by the mountain early
on the morning of the disaster and he
felt the trembling of the earth.
Ho was not frightened in the least
for he 'tit like many another native of
tho place that no harm could possibly
come from Moat Pelec upon which he
had looked every day since he was a
Suddenly as he sat alono in his dark
coll there were noises terrific crashes
and such qmkings of the earth ns lib
nnd never known before.
He nt once realized that something
cxtxaordinaiy was happening.
wuiia nub dvv auuiiib UMt uiu
av.l-1. n. .11 . ! ..-
W..WV uilft.V tldllO Ul UIO II11DUU WUIU
not prevent him trom hearing tho deep
rumble and cyclonic tearing of the cy-
clone of deatli through tho city in
which he hnd lived all his life.
He was panic-stricken and beat with
his hands against the walls.
Ho succeeded in getting open a door
leading Into a cell a little larger than
his own over which was the iron grat-
ing looking up through tho sidewalk.
Ho stumbled Into this apartment to
find It half-filled with a bitting mass of
hot ashes and dust
It burned him severely and he was
not slow In retreat to the inner cell
from which he had just escaped.
Then came tho awful silence that
seemed to paralyze him with fear more
than the first roar that had awakened
the keenest sense of danger in bis sim-
ple untaught soul. He has since said
that be lay on Uie floor of his dark cell
for hours scarcely daring to breathe
oppressed by the terrifying silence. He
does not know how many hours he lay
Finally he summed up courage
enough to open the cell door and look
Into the other apartments. He waa met
by a wave of dust that choked his
mouth and nostrils and half blinded
It bad cooled and he had to wade
through the soft flaky-like mass to
ward tho iron gratings through whl-.h
descended a copstaut volume of smoke
uu uiuuti mi.Mu. uu.
He cried aloud again and agalnj and
at every echo his voice seemed to In
crcaso the shower through the grating.
He went to the door which shut oft"
his escape to the stairs leading to tho
lloor above and pounded at It until his
fists were bruised and torn. He waited
for a response none came. He strug-
gled through the mass of ashes to the
grating again to shriek and cry
Hunger and thirst overcame him and
ho crept back Into his dungeon to
sleep but he could noL He nays he
did not close his eyes from the moment
he heard the terrifying roar of the vol-
cano ball until Monday morning four
days lator. when his shrieks were
heard by tho first party of searchers to
invade the stricken city.
His cries were feeble tills time and
he had almost despaired of liberation.
Finally a marine from the French
cruiser Suchet heard Sartout's wall
and tracing IL rescued the one living
creature In the city.
The burs of tho grating had to be
pried open and Sartout was dragged
ouL moro dead than alive. Ho was t
found to be not only on tho verge of
death from starvation and thlrsL but
suffering from trrtble burns about his
Sartout Is now in tho hospital at
Fort de France and will soon aga n be
on the street none the worse tor one
of the most remarkable escapes from
death In the history of tho world.
The Girls From Gay Psree
Mls&os Glauys Cook Jesslo Samp-
sol and Mary McGlnley aro ontortalu-
Ing tho Girls from Gay Paree and
promise to give tho patrons of "A
Night Jn Bohemiit" tho cleverest speci-
alty of tho season at Brooks' opota
house. Juno 20th.
Elsyo Did you see "tho dear lit
tie Willlo boysT" They promised tc
be at the opera house Friday night
Ee sure and come. Gwendolyne.
All kinds of legal rdsnks at tne
I Leader office.
s. JnJ JMmL
A NEW FAST TRAIN
Between St. Louis and Kansas City and
f OUT WORTH
And principal points InToxas and the South-
west. This train is new throughout and fa
made up of tho finest equipment provided
with oleetrlo lights and all other modern
It runs via our now
Red River Division.
Every appliance known to modern cat
building and railroading has been employed
In the make-up of tMs service including
Cafe Observation Cars
.. hn numimint nf Prnrt. TTr.v.
Full information as to rates and aU details ol
a trip via this new trratn will bo cheerfully I
iurmsneu upon npyucauon uj uoy reprw
ontaUvo of the
(World's Fair Special.)
Leaves Oklahoma City .... 0:30 p.m.
Arrives Kansas City 7:00 a.m.
Arrives St. Louis 11:30 a.m.
Arrives Memphis 6:00 p.m.
(SL Louis Express.)
Leaves Oklahoma City .... 9:50 a.m.
Arrives St. Louis 7:i5 it.io
Leaves Kansas City 7:15 p.m
Arrlvos Oklahoma City ... 7:30 a.m
(Arkansas and Oklahoma Express.)
Leaves SL Louis 10:00 p.m.
Arrives Oklahoma City .... C:45 p.m.
Through cars and Pullman Palace
sleepers between Oklahoma City Kan-
sas City SL Louis and Memphis. For
rates and other Information call on
nearest Frisco System Agent or ad-
dress the undersigned.
B. F. Dunn
Division Passenger Agfnt
Some Smoke in Oklahoma.
New lot of the old original La Jot
phlne Pappoose Little Cuestas cleat
Havana and the new Cleola five cent
cigars at Olsmlth's. This Is the first
time since the Cuban war that Havana
tobacco of good quality could be used
in a five cent cigar. Does your taste
demand quality. We have got It. You
can get It. Anybody can yn'oro to
smoke a good cigar If It costs ' Tiore
than the other kind.
Hot Air in Bonton.
Little Emerson Mamma I find no
mnrplnnl tint i olnntrlntlnn nf thin rv.
'rc8sion which I observe frequently to
occur in my volume of "Fairy Tale
Glassies" "With tiated breath." What
1b the proper Interpretation
Mamma "With bated hreath" my
sonu commonly occurs in fairy tales;
your father often returns from pisca-
torial excursions with Up. ted breath.
Tho phraso In such Instances however
has no significance as applying to the
' bait employee to alluro the fish but
is merely an elastic term of dubious
meaning and suspicious origin utilized
as I have already intimated simply
because of the sanction which it has
gained by customary usage in fairy
tales generally. Do you comprehend
Little Emerson Perfectly mamma.
ANNUAL MEETING OF GRAND
LODGE BENEVOLENT AND
PROTECTIVE ORDER OF ELK8.
Salt Lake City Utah August 12-14
For the above occasion we will sell
tickets to Salt Lake City and return
' at rate of $2D.20. Tickets will bo on
i tale Aug. 7. 8 9. nnn will be good for
return leavmg Salt Lako City up to
and Including Sept. UOth. ' Stop-overs
will bo allowed nt and west of Colo-
rado common paints on going trip but
passengers must roach Salt Lake City
not lator than Aug. 12th. On the re-
turn trip stop-overs will bo allowed In
Utah and Colorado within SO days
from date of execution of ticket but in
no case later than Sept 30th. Tickets
will bo good going via one route and
A. J. Corklns Agent
- A bleslng alike to yeuag and old;
Dr. Fowlers Extract ot Wild Straw-
berry natu -e - specific for dysantory
diarrh.-ft. ane summer 'omla'nt.
"A Nlht in Bohemia." at Brooks'
opera house Friday niaht
Pullman Palace Sleeper.
Composite Car Observa-
tory Sleeper and Cliair Car.
Connecting Sleeper between
San Antonio and Colorado-
Springs to Denver
Leave Kansas City daily
0:55 p.m. Newton 12:00 a.
in. begining Juno 1. Con-
necting train with through
Sleeper leaves Guthrie 4:40'
p. m. Arrive Pueblo 10:85
a. m. Colorado Springs-
12:05 p. m. Denver 3:15 p.
m. Just as desirable service
This train is in addition to
the Colorado Express leav-
ing Kansas City 9:45 a. m.
Newton 4:00 p. m. and ar
riving Colorado following
morning and carrying. free-
Chair Cars Pullman Sleep-
ers and Observation car
Connecting train leaves
Guthrie 9:25 a. rn.
For particulars about the
reduced rates to Colorado
in effect this summer and
copy "A Colorado Summer"
A. J. Corklns Agent
RAILROAD TIME TABLES
405 Stations 406 is
Chlcaco 0 30a euori
Kan. City1 8 40ii T 15a
Newton iU2 Ml 3 nil
3 30ijl2 25p
saop 7 00a
411 409 I I 410' I 412
frrht pam'rl lpa'r ffKh
6 iftp BS)a Outhrle 2 2."p 0a.
12 Mp 3 16a Perklni 8 4lp 1015a
n Oa 76ia Hlpley 4 lOp nnoa
8 30a 7 25a Stillwater 4 36p I SOp
74&a 8 45a Glenrpj 610p 2 40p-
7 00a 18a Pawne BMp 4 00j
Guthrie A Western.
Mh I 14 I 144 I 146
'reht 'pami'rl pa'r I frght
1 hi p to p. o. p. ra
8 10 2 30 ...OUthrte.. 115 7 10
40 3 ISO ...Seward.. 12 54 6 44
a S7 3 03 . . Berg ... It 41 6 27
S 22 3 22 ....Uaublon .. 12 23 fl ol
9 8 37 .. Reeding . 12 07 ft 41
u 20 4 10 .Kingfisher. 11 3 6 W
Choctaw Oklahoma A Gulf.
No 3 No.l STATIONS No 2 No
mam p m a m
9 40 8 M Weatherford 8 20 6 20
6 42 8 03 Geary 9 20 7 15-
7 49 7 00 El Reno 20 08 8 13
6 45 ft 30 Jklahoma Cltr 11 M 9 16
ft 24 1 60 Shawnee 1 20 10 35
25 South MCAlnter 6 25 115
II 60 9 Id Wtlter 8 18 4 SO
II 35 8 65 Howe 8 34 4 45
10 IS 8 00 Mamtleld 9 22 6 49
9 48 6 60 UpgnevlUe s!0 00 6 28
8 41 5 41 Ilanvhle til 08 8 01
10 2 00 Little Hock 2 20 1135
1 48 10 58 HrlLilcy ft 45 3 15
I 48 10 68 Forest City 4 64 4 IS-
it 40 9 00 MemphU 7 40 6 10
The Best Horseshoeing.
A horse's foot needs as much care-
and attention as a man's sometimes
j a great deal moro. I mako a specialty
I expert horseshoeing. Having grad
uated from a veterinary college and
understanding thoroughly thej anat
omy cf tho foot and leg It Btands to
reason that I am better prepared to
shoo a borso scientifically and hu-
manely than those who nave not had
these advantages. I Bhoe a horse for
mobility and action and successfully
treat lame horses. Refer to J00 pleas-
ed patrons In Guthrie and vicinity.
8. H. Olson
Proprietor Capital Blacksmith Shop
216 N. Division St.
Separate Cream For Sale.
Sweet cream separated delivered
every forenoon. Leave orders before-
B a. m. Call up 'phone 59- Willow
Spring Creamery- R- Rosenberg
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