The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 40, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 2, 1904 Page: 2 of 8
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THE LEADER CUTHfUE OKLAHOMA WEDNESDAY MARCH 2 1904.
Man Asked to Give Wife
to Love-Stricken Youth
Is si ill making money for the
people of Guthrie. We help
you save your money. Every
person should have a bank ac-
count. We pay you ?odd Inter-
est 4 per cent.
Mew York March 2 rani B-ijrae.i.
a wealthy cnntrec or now working on
i ho new Belmont race track. Is suing
his wife Adel lViv-pn. In trip supreme
court for an almolut.' d!orc
Mr lUi.Hn in hi complaint 't-lls a
it-mark able utorj While engaged on
she it (l-llcatc w iman an 1 a- long
aa you don't want her an moic I 'n
of on to gran her a d.orcp whicn
will inlil rn to mart. r. as 1 love
hfr nn -io 1 .- me. 1 will take
car t hf r till the laat day of hrr lif
'Mr H- ii oii are a young man
a gcrnraeni contract at Porto Rico I ye" and as matte stand you c ul
In Ik"- he wa amazed -o rMtii? '
following letter from ft oung man of
whom ho nad never ?efor heard
"New York. Ian 1 f!2 Iear Sir
iYoh w ill undoubtedly be much sur-
jprlie.i to receive a note from one who
In a f-tranaer to you. But aa I hear
never get married again. Therefore 1
ak you to open your heart for your
akt Mrs Boy sen's and my sake and
for God's saVe to leave her .- me to
.take care of.
I "I beg vou upon my bended knees
give hf r her liberty if you uon't want
C E Billingsley Pres. G. A. Nelson Casbie r
R. F. Briggfi -Ass't C ashler.
We allow Interest at the rete of 4 pei cent -per
Open Daily from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
rnltnl xnri Svirolus - - $130000
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Over a. million on Deposit to
S the Painting Season approaches we visit to
call your attention to our complete line of o
Paint Varnish Wall Paper and Brushes.
CR stock is complet with things to make the
home look beautiful. We invite your atten-
tion and solicit your patronage.
from people who know you well that j her to die. Only one word from you
you are a man to be reaaoned with liand 1 will make her my wife. Grant!
will explain my position u what we aak and you will make(
About four montha ago 1 waa Intro-1 three of va happy. Wishing you a
dnced to Mrs. Boyaen. In the course merry ennstmaa ana a nappy isew
of time I felt a great liking for ner i vear i remain yours respecuuny.
which later developed into a deep but
"Now 1 want you to understand me.
You know Mrs. Boysen Is a woman on
ly 30 veara of age. She la all alone in
this great heftrtleaa world. You know
A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES.
Itching Blind. Bleeding or Protrnd-
Ititf Piles. Your druggist will refund
aoney If PAZO OINTMENT faile ii
euro you In C to 14 days. 60c.
"L. Levor." I
Mr Boyaen began an Inves'lgatlon
on his return from Porto Ittco and th
divorce suit followed. He says in hi
complaint that he and hit wife were
married in 1894.
No School for John Bearskin. i
.T. L. Freeman oatae in from he1
No woman! happW
ncss can be complete
without children; it
is her nature to lovo
and want them
as much so aa
it is to love tho
pure. Tho critical ordral through which the expectant mother must
pass however is so fraught with dread pnin suffering and danger
that the very thought of it fill her with apprehension and horror.
There is no necessity for the reproduction of life to be either painful
or dangerous. The use of Mother's Friend so prepares the system for
the coming event that it is safely passed without any danger. This
great and wonderful
remedy is always
has carried thousands
of women thicigh jhhh
the trying crisis without suffering. mem SP m si m
Send for trw boa-: contilnlne InforaaUon Wf Wml mOHk aW mHH
tf prlcel sa value to all espectani mothers gg g fm mTjim m aW Wuml i
The Bradfleld Reoidator Ca Atlanta Qa. " ww
File Your Wants
Five cents per Una first Insertion;
two and one-halt cents per lino each
Third" ranch lodar and reported the H pniVATH and mon9y
arrival of John Bearakln. a Iear-old o oan 0n pbono 4?
Indian boy who had been attending Q 0r-en
the Indian school at Carlisle. Pa. The !
little fellow got horfteelck and ranjport RBNTNlno rodm house hot
away from iUiool walking all the way an( jj watar( eiectrlo llghti phono.
O from Carlisle to his home In the Osage io3 South Ash. M. "it. West
I do not care a rap for the Jap;
1 do not care a cuse for the Ruu;
I'm quite uninterested
Though Korea is invested
For it really Isn't any of my fuse
I've troubles of my own and I've
To all other apathetle on the whole
And I can not help but wonder
Aa they corao in how la thunder
I can pay the bills I'm getting now
Colds Cause Pneumonia.
Ono of the most remarkable caseB
of a cold deep seated on tho lungs
causing pneumonia Is that of Mrs.
IGertrude B. Fanner Marion
GRAY'S DRUG STORE
10 E. OKLAHOMA AVE.
'ocal Happenings of City and Terri
tory Briefly Told.
The registration cry
Inany Oklahoma towns
has begun In
Deibew Jenkins was a visitor the
ithcr day Ho stops around u llvtv
y because he now haa a son and ht:-
vlio he says will bo captain of the un-
vers y foot ball team in 1024. Uni
versity News Let er. .
A petition is being circulated and
kvljely 6igned to curb and- gutter all
between the Flynn and McOuIre fac-
tions and it ia liable to result In a
little boas busting when the facts are
known. If reports are true a combine
has been secrotly formed between
Postmaster Lambert of Newklrlt
.Postmaster Barnes of Ponea C!y and
j Postmaster Tate of Blackwell tc turn
down the follc-wors of Ilird McQulre in
this county and elect a set of dele-'-ates
to the territorial Republican
convention that will support Dennis
Flynn'8 candi'ae for national committeeman.
Locations In Oklahoma Wanted
riu Frisco System Land and Imrnl-
lo buclnenB part of Lawton. Tho gratlon association Is already turning
Its share of tho bouthwestorn tWo of
Immigration to Oklahoma
Three hundred and fifty agents of
louncti will talio action on the matter
t hi -. r Robinson Is the name of a
evt nifu jear old boy who started
tr m f.rnt to Violet last Friday and
Rifti m ' linn seen since
FOR RENT Two
rooms with bath.
820 E. Noble avo.
FOR SALE TOWN PROPERTY.
FOR SALE FIVe good lota In new
town of Hunter Garfield county.
Reasonable good investment. Addross
C. T. Wish Guthrie Okie.
GIN LOCATION Free gin site civen
in Castl--!. Creek nation Indian ter-
ritory. New town excellent location.
No gin theie. Large crop assured. Gin
must be built at once. Addro.M .
Smith Western Railroad lownsite Co..
Weleetka. I. T.
I know that war Is baJ and I'm glad
To think that I am not on the spot.
Rut there's ono compeneation
One grant consideration
For they toll me that the fighting's
I wish tha'. we could be warmed up j Blockade Causes Price cf Product to
Stock of hardware In natural gas
lnd. city; no trades considered. J. D.
who was entirely enrod by the use oflWlnfleld Blackwoll Okla.
One Minute Cough Cure. She saya:
"The coughing and s raining so weak-
ened me that I ran down in weight
from 148 to 92 pounds. I tried a num-
ber of remedies to no avail until I
used One Minute Cough Curo. Four
bottles of this wonderful remedy cur-
ed1 me entirely of tho cough streng-
thened my lungs and restored me to
my normal woight health and
B'rength." Sold by J. N. Wallaoo.
CAMPHOR IS HIGHER.
But here every-blessed dealer's tak
It Is almost worse than warfare
When one can not raise one's carfarei
After paying for a month's supply of
So I don't care a rap for the Jap
Or g've a tinker' cuss for the Ruas
There's no'hlng half so cruel
As the price they ask for fuel.
I should think that that was war
enough for us
I'm mad enough to fight right on sight.
Aa 1 note the awful shrinking of
The conc'ltion of my purse U
More to me than war's reverses.
So I'm only interested now In coal.
Governor Ferguson will begin a aer-
ies of political articles In his news-
paper the Watonga Republican which
wUl continue until the day of the co i-
vention here April 1 Governor Fe
auaou Is determined to miss no p
fM or mare where it ts as safe as Hank De
Where t)afc earnln(-s are always targe and
where you can withdraw it at any time
through any banV- or express company
In the United States or Canada!
The advaot-1.;- of ro-OPTat'on s-b applied to
"Tbe Modern Method of Speculation.
Then tbe protlts paid Inventor-- and the
fart that your Investment can be can-
celed and your u.oney withdrawn at
Write for Cereal Mntval Uooklet .ilui
Ilulle-lo showing actual results (or pact
ISBELL & CO
"The price of camphor has Just
doubled in the past thirty days" re-
marked a local druggist yesterday as
he wrapped up a small package of the
product In the bulk.
"H hid advanced" he added "ever
l nee Mi blockade was eetabllahed
prior to the time war was declared be-'" "B"HaN oiucaooilu
tween Japan and Russia. Then again i
there has been an Increase In the ex-
pense of shipping. I understand. The
greater part of the Increase however
Is due to the blockade. Most of this
product Is grown on ths little Island
of Formosa. The Island Is under con
trol of China but being no' far from
Japan tho blockade affects shipmc-.t
from tho island materially. Prior to
the increase the price of camphor
was about ne centB an ounce. Now
it is ten cents for that uantlty "
Apaelie Wot Id on the com of
'it (Ws $600 a column
this association from the Baa and portunlty by which be can promote
North hae Just completed a tour of the Bending of coun y deiega ion t
Oklahoma and -.iewed tu resources j the Guthrie convent on who w 11 ig
and interviewed its landowners and more the ambitions of individuals ami
lecal association agents for the sole stand for the bes' interests of the Re
purpose of better presenting Oklaho publican parly. Kansas City Star
ma opportunities to the homeseeker .
DETECTIVE Can you spare part of
your time for profitable detective
work to act under orders? No exper-
ience needed. Write American De-
tective Association Indianapolis lnd.
ROOM and board
809 E. Harrison.
in private family.
Guthrie Towel Supply.
Towels and aprons of all kinds fur-
nished at very reasonable rates. See
me beforo you buy. Walter Hammock
with American Hand Laundry.
FOR SALE Good
"T. C " caro
G. W. Bruce
BOOKKEEPER AND ACCOUNTANT
Rooms 2 8 4 Bamfcrd
Bu.lding Guthrie O. T.
Special attention given to the exam-
ination of County Hecordi and books
of a Mercantile character.
Itetertncei: Board of county com-
missioners Logan county: Board of
county commissioners Dewey Co. ;
Board of county commissioners
uieine couniy; any oanx in uutnrie
The Denver Enid
& Gulf R. R.
WANTED Clean cotton rags at thla
A THOUSAND FREE TRIPS -with
week's board at Leading Hotel ana
six paid admissions to St. Louis Expo-
sition. All free. Also chance to
make big money at once. Exposition
Journal View Book and outfit sent
for 1C cents postage. Address Exposi-
tion Department Campbell's Journal
St. Louis Mo
We are 'buttin' in" the but-
Only first class outfit In the
territories Write foi sample
and gel prices.
t ul i Krams from the aeat of the anil Investor In the older s ates.
Japan war and this accounts. This association Is the most elfl
ur he World's paucity of special r.nt of its kind in existence and haa
aM'J'Tams from Port Arthur Chefo t aKenta everywhere in the United
State If you wish tu sell your farm
Wtn Lung etc It would take our
Icn r w.ekly proOU to funisb our
(reader's wrn a single column of war
Mi" Armgard' Greer a Woods coun
-ly sthoi'l teacher hu- brought suit
in tbe dlBtiict cour. at Alva agatnut
II E Mason a member of the school
boart for alleged defamation of char-
acter Mi Greer asks t2).0O0 dam
sire capital for fac ortes. mercantile
establishments or any of the indus-
tries please address R S Lemon
Secretary Immigration Bureau. Deut.
A Frisco Uulldlflg. Saint Louis Mo.
S. A. Hughes.
General Immigration Agent.
Pony Drags Boy to Death.
While his father waa absent in tho
Indian country. 10-year-old Levi John-
Miami is uot attacked by ouer sot of Helena Woods county was
towns when she boasts of having mori dragged to death yesterday afternoon.
Hldewaiks anj beauer graded atroeU He was liol'.tng a pony which brpke
than anv city In Indian territory'- "'ti from him and ia some way the
That is something worth boasting rope by which the por.y was being
about held got around the boy's naok in
such a ms. that he could not help hlra-
Thcr is a flgbt on ia rvay county i
Sheriff Carpenter is recovering from
an a tack of the grip
Robert Lowry and Depu'y CVrk
liunhatn of the uibtrict clem s ctf.ee
lire both guod bowler and In endeav
or'.ng to prove this they Journey ? h
day to a local bowlirg alley cnt -
tag for first place It seems aai
while the game was youag Mr Low-
ry was victorious but later Mr Uen-
nam "came back at him" so strong
that Drotber Ixiwrj lei lienbam ten
it Confldeutially It ia thought tha
Mr Uenham bribed the plnseuer.
Owing to the fact that March stni-k
1 yesterday a number of business mea
were "ou " They would have probaa-
ly been qui nr ha4 they staid la
Police court produces many rbbhs-
Ink Incidents for the onlookers
Through Rates to ah
Via Enid O. T
in connection with ihe
J. J. Cunningham.
9 Cherrv Pectoral
O if C1 Ask your doctor if this is the
C. a- medicine that cured his hard
cold. Doctors have used it tor
over sixty years.
A party of Guthrie young people
west on a Jack rabbit chase yeeter-dy
The air about the Comroerc'al club
Bono Pains Itching Scabby
fiwdllnci Carbuncles l'lmplet Scrofula
Imiuu-tRtlr cored I j taung llouruo lllood liilia
PttuHt a-tJ ft It tttt. Tkoraugiilv tttud tr M
teari. Co-pil I'urt A.-asie 7ril.
Btmfikni Har luintyt "' """ Uomahi turn
JwjHfHia. IT katt rr UJ300 orKmat HfntJ I
retail tfturtt moJt v A A B. that Haytd turtd.
JfXoulmTetaKlrtBU1loesUtn4KrtBH Q ' Q . . c r - rn arr
lleblac 8eM.y Stlfl. Wood Xeels bot or thin SwtUi F TISCO OySiemrtllU
UMoatNSw Throat. Plraple. or enlTeertiptlBi I Knrk I CJ finCl SVtGITi
0-0Spotiornisl-onSUiiallnuw)own.ei AVU-rv i. iMclllU. jyOllH
... - .. .v !! n &
Mnross 1 1- an anj pn - --. -" -t
Irews ttJluig DUt Catlw-vles or UoUs UXa
Botanlo Blood fialm guaranteed
l can eea the went and niort deejj-eted ea wUn
Cootormvattct ronllcuies and Lot springs fall. He)-'
all lorra ttts aU aebes and -nlns rednee all swcUla-rt
sie Hood pojt and rJi eomnleul-r changing its
tuttr Uxlr ti' a '" healthy condition. Ii. B. B.
Us ewed thoaaands cf cases ol Blood 1'oiaon ren afts
tra.Uag tha UU Matt
OW Jtheumatlsra Cawnsb Eesem.
ar caused by aa awtol jlaod condition of tta
Blood. B.B.B. stops Ilawkmgand 8pttmgltchtnt
a-4 SsratfthUig aches and rain- carts ikM-matum
Caunhj teals aU Seit Scales EnlJ)Uon Watery
Blisters leal Jetterustsoreser ccicau vj "
fare health; Wood snrply to affected parts.
Itotmla Wood Balm Carts Cancers of aU Kinds
fcrpuraUo SwcUlcsv Eating Sore. 1 amors ugly
rims. Jt kills ths Caaser rouon and teals ths soits
or -eru cancer pertecUy. It you a a ptrsteU (
YUatlt Wart SwtiUags Shooting. Silngias rams
taks Blood Baiia and they -wUl dlaapptar helore they
! eeTrlop tato Cancer. Many appareaUy tMpt i .
1 ct cancer cored by taking Botanlo Blood nana.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Frank Dale. A. G. C. BUrer.
DALE & BIEREFL
j-tderson Building Oklahoma art-aba.
Barber and Bath Parlors.
Corner UlrMnn and Oklitoraa Ave.
Under Io-ran Co. tiank.
aTRANQ A BLACK
Practice In all Courts of the
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office fa Adlor block south Bide Ok-
"Abernalhy & Co.
wtt nn Altavri!.
Vi-lee VI ptrlarse bottle. lrugIM or ty
T.. "V si 1st .luaa.upS'auh-Ulb
Low. II Mwi
dtrccccHt n Ilcl. ItfS"fw""3L".
rrdrir Wallpaper Sc pdr roll and up.
at.ni. ur H.I1.1I. Free by wrlUng Blood Balm liOrUer 1C.
Cor Vine and Clevenand
Kates reasonable. Special at-
tention gievn to boarders.
N B. Smith Prop.
R. M. Grissom
J. M. Smith
Grissom & Smith
Proprietors of the
Oklahoma Avenne Stables
218-220-222 East Oklahoma Ave.
I indicates) that bU8intAS is going to ptk Cto Atlanta Oa. PecrtUyoaitroqUends-dal OL-ls Avn
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