The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 41, Ed. 1, Thursday, March 3, 1904 Page: 2 of 8
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THE LEADER OUTHRrE OKLAHOMA THURSDAY MARCH 3 1904
Is still making money for tlie
people of Guthrie. We help
you save your money. Every
person should have a bank ac-
count. We pay you good inter-
est 4 per ceift.
O INDIAN TERRITORY NOTES O
USURY IN TERRITORY.
C E. Billingsley Pres
G. A. Nelson Cashie r $
R. P. Briggs Ass't Casliier.
We oJlow Interest at the rate of 4 pet cent
Open Daily from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Canita! and Surplus - - $130000
. .. i . XJ
uver a. million on uenosu ' ui
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the Painting Season approaches we wish to
call your attention to our complete lino of o
Paint Varnish Wall Paper and Brushes.
UR stock IB complet with tilings to make the
homo loolc beautiful. We invite your atten-
tion and solicit your patronage.
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GRAY'S DRUG STORE
120 E. OKLAHOMA AVE.
O LOCAL POINTS. O
ej throughout the day wi'h j. topic
from i he northern mate who are tn-
route; to cities mid towns in Oklahoma.
The Santa Fe recently announced a
fare of 0.60 from Topelti lo (in: arte
and o'her Oklahoma )Kluts tor the ex-
Secretary Thohurn of the board of curslon toilny.
agriculture yesterday received a largo
crayon portrait of F. D. Coburn of! Deteotlvo Ernmot Gregg of the Santa
Topeha Kas. surrounded by u hand-Fe was jostorday flnod five dollars
Borao gilt frame. Mr. Coburn Is chief for wearing a gun on the wltnoea
of the department of llva stock at tho fitand In the district court. When
St Louis exposition socrotcry of the asked If ho was araiod ho replied that
Kansas state board of agrlculturo and ho was an J tho fine followed which
Is well known to many Oklahomans. . was afterwards remitted
Art Blake mot with a rather soilous
accident Sunday while playing base
ball The ball wtruck bin middle fin'
Colds Cause Pneumonia.
fnn rf tlift mncf pnmflilrti1tla nflCAa
. of a cold deep seated on tho lungs.
ger split ing the flesh to the bone causing pneumonia is that) of Mrs.
The berlousnosa of tho Injury may Gertrude E. Fonnor Marlon. Ind.
necessitate amputation of the Injuroi I who was ontlrely cured by the uso of
The Judges Disagree at to the Extent
" of the Penalty
Special to Dally I i&der.
Muskogee I. T March 3 What in
the penalty for usury m Indian terri-
tory Is a. question that now Is upper
most In the minds of bankers and trust
officers In the territory Judge Ray-
mond of uie wetuc-n district has de
cided that usury shall be punished by
a forfeiture of bo"h principal and In-
terest. Judge 0111 of the northern dis-
trict has decided that the penalty is
forfeiture of the interest only Judge
Townsend of the southern district has
decided that there Is on acount of
conflicting laws no such thing as us
ury In Indian territory or at least
there Is no penalty.
There are ninety-nine national banks
in Indian territory. These are oi
No Matter What Doc-
tors Say We Know
That Heart Trou-
ble in M any
Cases Can Be
Thre are eon main features of
heart dtsoane. vis.: (1) "Weakness or
Debility; (2) nhrumatltrm or Neuralgia:
(9) Valvular tHeorder; (I) Dilution;
io) Enlargement (C) Fatty Degenera-
tion; (7) Dropsy.
Documentary evidence wilt prove
thountnds of so-called "Incurable" have
been absolutely curci X. Dr. Mites'
New Heart Cere.
Patients often have no Idea their dis-
ease Is heart trouble but ascribe It to
Indigestion Liver Complaint etc
Here are some of the symptoms:
Shortness of breath after exercise.
Smothering Spells. Pain In Client left
Shoulder and arm. Discomfort Jn Lying
on one side. Fainting Spells. Nervous
Cough. Swelling of Feet and Anktes.
Paleness of Fhoe and Lips. Palpitation.
Nightmare. Irregular Pulse.
"I hare great faith In Dr. Miles' New
Heart Cure and tea!t of Its merits
whenever opportunity presents. 1 can
now go up and down stairs with ease.
File Your Wants
Five cents per. lino fJrBt insertion;
two and one-half conta per lino oach
i v FOR SALE.
BOTH l'HIVATK and company money
to loan on city property. Phone 47.
J. B Green.
FOR RENT Wine room house hot
and cold water electric light phone.
103 Pouth Ash. M. L. West.
FOR RKNT Two
rooms with bath.
820 E. Noblo ava.
FOR SALE TOWN PROPERTY.
FOR SALE Five good lota in "now
town of Hunter Garfield county.
Reasonable good investment. Address
C. T. Wish Guthrie Okla.
QIN LOCATION Free gin site given
in CastH Creek nation Indian ter-
ritory. New town excellent lo tlon.
N'o gin theie. Largo crop assured. Gin
must bo built at once. Addrors. r
Smith Western Railroad "lownslto Co-
WeleeUta I. T.
course under national banking law..i onYcX?" SK ihard
am still In good health; the Heart Cure
did ma much for me. thnt I And It a tar
greater medicine than you claimed it I
to lie." S D YOUNG. D. D. 097 North
Pine St. Natchez. Miss.
Money back If first bottlo falls to benefit.
ppTpri Wrlto us and we will mall
X XVXJ.U you a yno Trial Packaco of
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills the Now
Scientific Remedy for Pain. Also Symp-
tom Blank for our Specialist to diagnose
your ense and tell ynu vhat Is wrong
nnd how to light ft. Absolutely Freo.
Address: DH MILES MKIJICAL CO.
LABORATORIES ELKHA11T IND.
In addition to these there are perhaps
as many more private banks and trust
companies. The laws of Arkansas ap
ply to these insofar as there is anyu
law npplied ami fixes the legal and
contract rate of interest the same as
in congiess to make certain sections
of the Oklahoma statntes applicable
in Indian territory. These fl the r'e
of interest at 7 per cent and the con
tract ra e at 12 per cent. The peaa'.'y
for usury is forfeiture of interest on-
If tho In" :s construed to make l"r
feltuie of principal the penalty for
usury most of the anks In the terri-
ory would be ready to close their
doors and many of them would have
to do so. The banking business in tne
territory where there Is no land title
ror a loan basis is different from most
places. The risks are greater and the
security of a less stable nature than
in the states. The expense in every
Uae of the banking business is great
er. The nanus nave w uv me."
rate of Interest to make a satisfactory
divldond. and most of them llx the
rate of interest accordingly. The of Henryetta went with tho committee
Hankors' association at its spring to petition Judge Rajraond for th's
meeting will take up the matter ard consideration. At that time Judge
ask that It be placed on a satlsfacv. Raymond said he wished to Invostl-
oaala . Ilenryetta's claims more fully
and took the matter under advlse-
LAST SEMINOLE PAYMENT. Intent
Stock of hardware In natural
city; no trades considered. 3
Wlnfleld Blackwoll. Okla.
Nothing has ever equalled it
Nothing can ever surpass iL
T?i nvsi:sirTioar p-ir.
tso or more where It Is as aafeasUanV t)e
Where the earnings are always Urge and
here you can withdraw It at anr time
through any bank or express company
in the United SUtea orCSBadat
The advantaco of co-otwrat'on ?s applied to
"The Modern Method of Speculation.
I Then the prnttls paid investor' and the
I fact that Vnur Investment can be can-
celed and your tuoney withdrawn at
I Write for Cereal Mutual Ilooklet. also
Ilulletln t-howtng actual results for past
! ISBELL S. CO.
TMKey 4 islIBRMAN ST.CMCAflOILL
A Perfect For All Throat and
Cure : Lung Troubles.
Money back if It falls. Trial Dotttos free
Tribal Funds' City of Purcell Not Enjoined.
1 Special to Daily Leader.
' Ardmore I. T. March 8. Today
'TlnitAl Utniba Tiia-A TAWnrttil ratltdfi
L illtUU tJtUtUd J UUgC X M UDVHU svei-u
the application to enjoin the city of
Purcell from collecting taxes. The
Purcell Wa er company and others In
applying for the injunction contended
thnt tho city council Jiad liravlded the
tlmo of aaeeflement ut a date other
than ihe date provided fDr by the Ar-
kansas law. It was held that tho
council had authority to fix the t'me
DURANT SELLS ITS BONDS.
in(mber Doctors Ulesh and Reed at
Cnt Mnn(a Oxt..!. Hii.a Clio anxrat
"Tho coughing and s raining so weak-
ened me that I ran down In weight
Governor Ferguson has lsued a from 14S to 92 pounds. I tried a num-
rinuUition upon Judge W H. Clayton ! ber of romedlots to no avail untl) I
of the Central dtstrlrt. Indian territory Uisetl Ono Mlnuto Cough Curo. Four
for hf return to Perry of IJen. H Cole bottles of this wonderful remedy cur-
who In accused of
the Mini of $10.uo0
to under arrest in South McAlester
embesslement In el me entirely of the cough strong-
Cole is now said ihened my lungs and restored me to
my normal weight hearth
t s rength." Sold by J. N. Wallace.
lit mth Officer Skip nrown U post
ing noi ceg requesting property own
eru to clean up their premises
Theves and pickpockets are pi) Ing
their trade in the locker room of the
prymnuslum at the library with consid-
erable regularity J-ast night a mis-
creant entc.-ed the room while mem-
bers of the class were engaged In work
upon the floor and relieved one of the
trousers pocket of a quantity of
small change amounting to nearly $1.
El Reno Y. M. C. A.
SpeclaJ to Dally Leader.
El Reno Okla. March 3. At
meeting of the board of directors of
the Y. M. C. A. lust night plans were
outlined for a much larger and more
effective work for tho young men of
HI Reno. Tho directors bavo laxif
felt the need of a better equipment
and to this end a aommllUe was ap-
pointed lati night to correspond with
some of the largwt associations In the
Special to Daily Loader.
Muskog.ee I. T. March 3. The sec-
retary of the Interior Is making prep-
arations to sell the surplus lands ani
make a per capita division of tho
funds The Seminole is the smnllest
nation of the five civilised tribes and
their affairs are the nearest to final
closing. There nre between 3000 and
4.000 rnombors of tho trlbo.' It Is es-
timated that the next per capita pay-
mont tho closing chapter in their
tribal history will amount to ?20C
each. This move Is Jn response to
tho oarnost requost of tho chief n.en
of the tribo.
Katy Ticket Office Robbed.
Epeclnl to Dally Leador.
Muskogee" I. T. March 3. Tho tick
o: offlco of tho M . K. & T. railroad
hero was entored yostorday morning
by burglars. Entrance was offacted
by prying open tho window to tho out-
side. Tho cash drawer which contain
ed about $70 was rilled. So far as the
officials were able to ascertain yeiiter-
day. no tickets were taken.
Muskogee Negroes Turned Down.
Special to Dally Loader.
Muskogee I. T. March 3. The ap-
plica.-Ian for Injunction made Wy ne
gro cltliemi of Muskogee to prevent ciub Membership Increased District
Die sehool board froni letting the eon Delegates Elected.
tracts for tho erection of two schools j
for white children was denied yester spolal to Daily Leaner.
day morning by Judge Raymond The stonevVallf I. T. March 3. Last
lnjunclon suit wis the result ot s sRnruRy ngat the Democrats of this
fear on the part of the negro citizens sec on met for tn0 purpose of organ-
that they would not receive fair treat- zlng tne gtoa9wan Democratic club.
ment at the hands of the uoaru ween Thfl noU8a wat called to order by the
the contract for
should be leu
The Indian Territory Town to Have
Improvements Costing $104000
Special to Daily Leader.
Durant I. T. March 3. The city
council In special session today sold
Duront's $104000 water works dec-
trie light and school bonds to Farson
Leaob & Co. of Chicago at par. Tho
deal JsBlmilar to lhat made by Mus-
kogee Vlnlta and Chickoaha with 'ho
Chicago firm. All threatened lltisa-
tlon has been withdrawn. The coun-
c I Is to let the contract for the erec-
tion of he water works system this
week ork will begin within ten days.
DEMOCRATS AT STONEWALL.
G. W. Bruce
BOOKKEEPER AND ACCOUNTANT
Rooms 2 8" 4 Bamfcrd
'Building Guthrie O. T.
Special attention given to the exam-
ination of County Records and books
of a Mercantile character.
References: Doard of eounty com-
missioners. Logan county; Board of
county commissioners Dewey Co. ;
uoara or county commissioners.
uiaine county; any DanK in uumrie
WANTED A good bookkeeper man
competent to take charge of an of-
fice Good chnnco for tho right man.
Address R. S. care Dally Leader.
ROOM and board In private family.
309 B. Harrison.
Guthrie Towel 8uppy
Towols and aprons of all kinds fur-
nlshed at very rcasonablo rates. See
me before j ou buy. Walter Hammock
with Amorlcan Hand Laundry.
FOR SALE Good
"T. C" caro
WANTED Cloan cofon rags at this
- "We are '-buttin'
m" the but-
The Denver Enid
& Gulf R. R.
Through Rates -to ah
Via Enid O. T
in connection with ire
Frisco System and
Rock Island System
J. J. Cunningham.
class outnt in the
Write foi sample
and gei prices.
ATTORNEY8 AT LAW.
Frank Date A. Q. C fliers-.
DALE & BIERER
vjiderson Building Oklahoma aruae.
BTRANQ & BLACK.
Practice In all Courts of the
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office In Adler block south aide Ok-
Barber and Bath Parlors.
Corner DlvlMon and Oklahoma Ave.
Under bogan Co llank
Tho allowing of disreputable eharao- country and also with factories rnak-
tera o lnvado the looker room gives in. gymnasium supplies. The plans
the gymnasium a decidedly unsavory Include an up-to-daiu well equipped
reputation gymnasium a large swimming pool
and first class baths as well as facll-
The was "Excursionists Day" on the t .- tor class rooms social rooms and
Santa Fo The union depot w as crowd rnd n; rooms.
their school honse old phainn rjr. George U. Truss
af'er whleh the election of permanent
'officer was mode. George H. Truax
'was eleebsd president. N. T. Heard
vla president and M. L. Drown sec-
JUDGE RAYMOND GRANJS IT.
ALL THIS BEST BRANDS OF
LIQUORS. WINES CI-
Gontitoman In Attendance
and BostPervico In
2 ALL TUB REST BRANDS OF
2 BKBR AND SOFT DRINKS.
Cor Vine and Clevenand
Rates reasonable. Special at
tention ffievn to boarders.
N. B. Smith Prop.
R. M. Grissom
J. M. Smith
Grissom & Smith
Proprietors of the
Oklahoma Avenue Stables
218-220-222 East Oklahoma Aue.
WHY NOT RENT A 8AFETY OS
POSIT BOX IN A MODfMN 8TEEI
VAULT AND FEEL THAT YOUR
.VALUABLES ARE SECUREf FROM
Will Establish United States Commls- retary. jjvery ono hundred addition-j
sloner's Office at Henryetta. mimes were secured and en ored 1 TO J PER YEAR PAYS FOR ONE.
Special to Dally I-onrter.
.on tbe rolls of the ohib.
This is "what It docs: Restores
color stops falling makes hair
crow cures danuruii. is not
J. O. Ayr Co..
Delegates to tho district convention jXCCOROINQ TO 8t2E. 8EE TH
Henrtta. I. T.. March 8 -The pe- whloh m6e(8 ftt A(ja. May ifi. 1001. NATJONAL ANK ABOUT
tltion raode some Umo ago to Judge woro unanimouBly olectod as follows: 'APT0L NVnNL BANK about
Raymond by the people of ileurye ta. j rj Crawford. N. T. Hennl. M. L.
has at longth been aasworad and as a rjrown George H. Truax. It. E Cham-
result this town will be made a com- f a. Killlngsworth and John H
mlsstoner's town. Judge Orlando jjCCoy.
Swain located at Okmulgee will have- ....
charite ot the office here. GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILE8.
The applications for a United State Rolling Blind. Bleeding or Protmd
coinmlssloner was made and a special ng plJca. Your dnigglst will rwfund
iraln waa chartered from the Frisco money if PAZO OINTMENT falls to
railroad and several hundred citizens cure you In 6 to 14 days. 60c
VICTOR- G- HOUSTON
Insurance. Real Estate
Ayent for leading fire insurance
Office: Rear Bank of Indian
M. LUTHER WEST
Notary Public and
INTERNAL PILES Often
cause intense paiHs in the back.
Electricity properly applied will cure rectal
urinary prostatic difficultly rupture and
inflammation wherever located (t aroue
vital anion nd purities the blood liatter-
ie furnti.be wuntull instructions.
2 10 East Okla. Ave.
Abernathy & Co.
Wallpaper 2c per roll and up.
East OIcIsl. Ave.
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