The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 131, Ed. 1, Wednesday, June 22, 1904 Page: 3 of 8
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THE LEADER QUTHRIE OKLAHOMA WEDNESDAY JUNE 22 1904.
STANDNO OF THE CM'DS
KnM 42 28 H
Oklahoma City 40 21 ID
Guthrie 40 21 25
Chlokaeha 42 It) 26
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The actual tonicproperties
of malt extracts. They know
V TAAOC MA
i9 particularly rich in these sustalnlne.health-
glving properties. This accounts for Malt-
Nutrine's acccpUnCe and use in the practice
of leading physicians everywhere. The Ideal
food-drink for convalescents and all who need
All Druggists tell it. Frepared by ths
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n
St. Louis U.S.A.
Visitors to the World' Flr City are Invited to Inspect the
REV. WILLIAMS RESIGNS.
Pastor of the Christian Church of Enid
Has Call to Kansas Town.
"Enid Okla. June 22.nov. Williams
pastor of (he local Christian church
announced from the pulpit yesterda
that lie would lender his resignation
to the church board at the mooting
tomorrow night with a request tliat It
be Immediately accepted
Hov Williams has an offer from a
church in u city In Kansas which pays
him better and Is a stronger institution.
The 'Frisco will sell round
trip tickets to St. Louis for
Good for Seven Days.
Special Dispatch to Dally Leader
Enid June SI Enid dofoated Guth-
rio yesterday In a one-sided game score
C to 8. Drulngton and Dennett visited
in Mruington's home and failed to get
hack In tlmo for tho game.
Local players wore substituted who
proved inefficient Simpson for tho
visitors medo two errors and Fotz for
the locals made three otherwise the
gamo was perfect
An Oklahoma City paper claims that
"one fact stands out clearly that Ok-'
lahoma City has the best batting club
in the league " Laughable is'nt It t
when one remembers the hit and run .
game which the Blues played at OUla-.
horaa City Suturday. When It is hit
ting the local team can give any team
In the league cards and spades on the
John Ulmer a pitcher who has been
at Oklahoma City all spr'ng was in-
structed to report at Fort Scott by tin
last ninclal act of Jake Dene Timer
started Immediately. Up near the
Kansas line he got into a railroad
wreck and while taking dinner at a ho-
tel the house was quarantined for
smallpox. After throe wooks IJlmcr
was reloased. Ho Is still looking for a
Brooklyn 0 1000000 23
Philadelphia ....0 2001100 04
Cronin and Borgon; Mitchell and
Do for o Mothon'e
Friond was Introduced.
The old? r the prospective mother be
the more diffi uli the ordeal through
which she must pas before she experi-
ences the glory n( the maternal state.
This was true before
was introduced hut now tangible evi
dence in the shape of countless mothers I
of advanced years who hae used it
with cntiro Success forces u to gladl)
tetute the integrity ol this statement
Old or young the result Is the same.
It is simply indispensable during the
parturient state and absolutely invalu-
able at the crucial time
For external massage easy and
simple to apply wonderful In its effect
it surely is a hing monument to the 1
truth of that old adage " What's in a
name'" We reply "simply Mother's
Friend." 51 oo at all druggists. Send
for book " Motherhood." It is free.
Bradflold Regulator Oo.
At St Louis
St. Louis 0 2031000 0 G
Pittsburg 2 0050000 29
Corbett Sanders McLean and Gra-
dy Lynch Phelps and Smith.
Cincinnati ....0 1000020 x 3
Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Walker and Peltz; Wolmor and
Cosxl! CoaJ CooJ! jj
3. Summer Clearance Stxle.
I will for the next 30 days fell you screened Cherokee or J
3 Wear City coal at $500 per ton of 2000 pounds delivered !?
3! in your biu buy now. J
t Phone 6. N. F. CHEADLE. !
New York 0 200 10 0 0 3 G
Boston ..0 0000 100 12
McGlnnlty and Warner; Willis and
At Louleviile: Louisville C; India-
At Kansas City: Kansas City 1:
Minneapolis 0; second game Kansas
City 4; Minneapolis 2.
At Mllwaukeo: Milwaukee 2; St.
At Toledo: Toledo 7; Columbus 13.
Washington ....0 000000 0 00
New York 0 0000020 13
Patten and Drill; Cbosbro and Mc-
At St. Louis
St Louis 0 00000 00 00
Detroit 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 23
Sievors and Sugden; Mulltn and Due-
oav v thenta sod
JSBw OitrtRtMl V
ff" rrtttaU CmUU.
L ci.i 3T
U HI for nnnttarf
Irritation! or ulceratloaf
of noooui membraoas
FalntMi and not ajtrta.
gDt or polioDoni.
Sold by nmcsUlsv
or not In plain wnjr
by ipxtn prtpald tm
S1.00 ors bottlras3.it.
Circular md q rVioask
J. C. FOSTER & CO.
Transfer (L Storage.
"Warehose and Stables Opposite Santa Fe Passenger Depot
If you desire to store household goods call up
Phone 601 and we will transfer and store them for you
consign or redeliver on short notice at reasonable rates.
CeJl-and see us or call up phone 601.
We will be pleased to have your patronage.
J. G. FOSTER & CO.
Chicago 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 12
Cleveland 0 0100 000 01
Owen and Sullivan; Donahue and
At Sioux City-
Sioux City 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 01
Donver 4 0 0 0 0 12 0 18
Jarrott and Kelly; Kenna and Lucia
Coleman's Cost mark is
j F COLEMAN X Z
12 3456789 0 Repeater
I am selling this stock at the
Above Cost Mark 0el?nd sao for
Men's Rubber Boots $2-50
Boys Rubber Boots $1.39
Ladies Rubber Overshoes 39
I sew up and peg all rips until you throw your shoes away
At St Josoph
St. Joseph ......0 0500200 x 7
Omaha 10000 100 02
Hodson and Oarvln; Companion
Schafstall and Gondlng.
CHICKASHA 9; FT. SILL 1.
Special Dispatch to Dally Loader.
Chlckasha June 22. The game of
baseball between the soldiers of Ft.
SHI and the Chlckasha league team to-
day resulted In almost a shut out for
the soldiers. Score Chlckasha 9; Ft.
Ask Your Dealer for Allen's Foot-Ease
A powder for the feet. It cures Swol
Ion Sore Hot Callous Aching Sweat
lng Feot Corns and Bunions. At all
Druggists and shoe stored 2So. Ask
(First pub'ished In tho Dally Leader
Juno 18 1904.)
Application for Liquor License.
Territory of Oklahoma Logan Coun-
Notice Is hereby glvon that
has this day filed in tho offico of tho
County Clerk in and for said County
his petition asking that a liconso be
grunted him to sell at retail malt
spirituous and vinous liquors on
Lot ono (1) block twonty-flvo (2S)
Third ward Orlando O. T. In said
County und Territory.
If no protest bo filed on or before
July 1 1004.
his petition will bo granted and
Witness my hand and tho sesJ of
said County hereto affixed this
ISth day of Juno 1304.
N. J. C Johnson
By J. N. Burnett Deputy.
Always Ready for Use. I
No Honing. No Grinding.
Garbo Magnetic Razor. I
Ready for 365 smooth comfortable
: shaves each year. With ordinary careful
: use will keep an edge for years without
; Hirschi & Knebel
Clrtnirt and txxitmet tht bttr.
M.Tor Valla to Ilr.toro On
uair to it. zoutnpil Colo
uuxu .rap UicftMi h.ir lai
Use an Electric Fan
the Best Hot Air
The New Electric and Gas Light Co.
I NEW YORK RACKET
I n 5 W. Harrison Ave.
KINGFISHER IS AFTER NEW ROAD
The Usual Bonus. Is .Asked by the
Kingfisher Star: A special meeting
of the Commerolal club was held to
consider a railroad proportion from
W. S. MoCauII.
' Letters from McCuull ad J r eased to J
B. Huth chairman of the 'Railroad
ooramlttoe was read by Mayor J. M-Spelce
In his letter Mr. McCaull aa agent
for the Guthrie. Fairvlew and Weetero
rand prop-Ties to have a line In opera
tlon by June 1 1005 from Fairvlew to
Klngfishor provided Kingfisher will
put up a J 1600000 cash bonus. This
was not considered a Very definite pro
position as tho letter falls to state
particulars of vital Importance First
Is the road to bo continued to Outhrio
and OklahomaCUy. Second whether
or not this line after completion will
revert to the Hock Island or Santa
After considerable comment It was
moved by Mayor Spelce seconded by
W. F Cort that It be the sense of
this body to enter Into a contract cov-
ering the club's conception of the
proposition as discussed and properly
druwn with Mr. McCaull for the con-
struction of the road from Fairvlew
through Kingfisher to Guthrie and
Oklahoma City. Carried.
Goods PoLched. Stored and Shipped to Order- !
d. B- FAIRFIELD I
Phone 20. Offico and Yards 407-409 W. (Prison
Deafness Cannot Bo Cured
by local applications as they can not
roach the diseased portion of Uie oar.
There Is only one way to cure deaf-
ness and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness Is caused by ait
Inflamed condlt'jn of the raucous lin
ing of the TSuHtachlan Tube. When
tills tube is Inflamed you have a rum I.
ling sound or Imperfect hearing and
whan It Is entirely closed Deafness In
the result and unless the Inflamma
tlon can be taken out and this tube
restored to Its normal condition hear
Ing will be destroyed forever; nine
oases out of ten are caused by Catarrh
which la nothing but an Inflamed con
dltlon of the mucous surfaces.
We will Rive One Hundred Dollars
for ary case of Deafness (caused by
catarrh) that can not be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Swd for cir-
P. J. CHENEY & CO. Toledo O.
Sold by Druggists. 73c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti
Otto Gasoline Engine
Price $150-00 catsh if ta.kon tM once.
CoJl at Daily Leader Office
Are the pricea
We are making
On Wall Paper &
120 E. Okla. Ave.
Gray's Drug Store
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The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 131, Ed. 1, Wednesday, June 22, 1904, newspaper, June 22, 1904; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc76131/m1/3/: accessed July 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.