The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 49, Ed. 1, Saturday, October 20, 1906 Page: 4 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OK LA SATURDAY OCTOBER 20. 1906
BY LHSLtE Q. NiBUACK.
fclKMl I t OF ASHOCLVTKD 1RKS8.
Iul lirt norr afternoon from The
Leadri building l7 Wl Harrison ave-
nue an 5 ntcred nt the Outhrto Post-
erne n Fieond nnas Matter.
Bubaortptlen Ratefc Rally
Per wee hr carrier . t 1"
Vw month by carrier
Per ir by carrier. In i Jhk R 00
Per yar by mall. In ol-ni -c 4 00
Six roopMw . . $ .28
Oa cir . &
Offltfal Oeanty Paper.
Official CUy Paper.
THE DUTY OP DEMOCRATS.
The Demociata of the rweiityfltth
con-tit itlonal district have duty to
Neglett It and they suffoi thi psi
tv sifftrs Mill the city Is hurt
That duly Is to line tip smug u-g
Inter and on November caul ihii
votis ior the Denrocratlc nominee
Oivllle T. Smith for the -onstltnt tonal
firm lit ton I
Am -mirkim. ol l mot mill duty at '
tilt- t'il l will loilounri tn tin dla!
vantage ol tin- paitv cif th district Jn
lli fin in
"FOR KIDNEY TROUBLE
AND A WEAK BACK."
Pe-m-na Has No Equal."
The Lender I a member of the Asse
clnlmd Piws und receives the day tele-
erapb repoit of that great news organ)
ration for ereluelve aftern. on publication
in Quthrte and 10 aattee radius
Washington New Bureau 148 B. St
New York Office 15 Nassau fit.
Chicago Office. Williams . Johnaon
Buslnc . T5
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notice to sunscnmEUS.
In the tvent of delivery bring Imjier-
feet or papers being rol'cd. twisted or
mutllafd. eubseribere arc urged to make
Smmedlite complaint to Hit buslncas of-
fice l-i pciion. by 'phono . ty rull.
SATURDAY. OCTOBER 20 UMI6.
Delegate to Constitutions
W. L. HELTON.
Delegate to Constitutional
ORVILLE T. SMITH.
Delegate to Constitutional
J. C. JAMISON
c.nthrle Township .
lit .i-M i ln n vote liwlit
W ; 1 i ih
Tntt did it
lci haps wiiiiih i inm haw
Will tho voters ol Oklahon a triM
a pari) tn place the Initiative and r-
lii.iK.lum lo the constitution that In
oni- district endorses the measure
and in another denouurcs it? That
is what the Republican rty is do-
ing The Perry Hutorprlae a Repub-
II mi imper speaking of Uie initiative
ami iifxiendiiin saya "The Inilla
ii' mid i t'foiemlmn la all that la Jeft
of the old l'opuilat doctrine and It
Iibk Ix't'ii hImotImmI iKHllly by the
Iicmorratlc rty of Oklahoma Yet
'here are IlepntiHcana. who probably
lidlcitna: that It may secure them
Home polltlcHl prestige. re trying to
Com- It lnt the imrty."
WhiiKoiiiU Hornet tltnp ) It was
wrong foi Quthrle to push Henry Asp
i to the Iteimbhcnn purty as a can-
didate for the constitutional conven-
tion Homy could Just as well have
wtitt'ii the const I tut Ion as a Santa
Ki attomtv as a member of tin roji
v ntii n.
Matigim Sua litep).
na It a mi-Jake.
Cilia leally imils is th
If m fiftt-enth atiiendiiifiil
Niwklrk IUpubllran (IUpi: J a
Atp back orit ltfore It ia too late
C ivtht le Register (Hep.) "Some
have declared it would mla Mitt to
tnlp thla 'p but It will rain any
man to differ with Mr. Asp pollticfcUy
to amain tr.ie to the national ideals
of the people lather than to support
roiMintc lnflatnces in politics then
thai Ik tlio noie rea-on why l&r Atp
is a dangerous quantity wnvn Uie jeo-
jil int lefstii are at stake. lie dein-
oiivi t nt (-B the t ne man power that baa
In en rushing CiiUnle and will con-
tin e to ki op It down sit long as the
l lWi allow it."
Mr. M. DroderickflSn K. 40th Ht Financial Secretary BUble Kmployes
Tniou. No. 1011 Chicago 111. write:
"I havo lieon suffering from a weak back and kidney trouble for somo
time and have been able to find relief only through the uso of Peruna.
"During the winter season I usually keep a. bottle of your medlcino la tbo
liouae and by taking a dote nt night I am feoltng fine tho next morning.
"Homo of my friends nmmre mo that Poruna is equally as good for tholr
rarlotts allmontH ns it la for ny complaint but I lo know that for kidney
trouble And suffering from a weak baok it lias no oquul."
Kidney Trouble Is Not Always Rcco-
jilzcdas Gaiarrh Pc-rti-na Re-
lieves Kidney Disease tlc-
4.jiisc It Is a Remedy For
All Phases of Catarrh.
TWKNTV-PIVM jeorn agt before
Dr. Uartmnn bogan distributing
his pamphlets books and newapapor
articles iiright's Diaeaae of tho kid-
neys was regarded as a disease M'liolly
distinct from eatarrb.
A'oh' Drlghl's Disease is thought by
many the world over to be a phase
of catarrhal Inflammation.
To relieve Bright' Disease something
must be lined that has the power to re-
Any medicine that Is a remedy for
catarrh of onoorgau I obviously a med-
icine for ettarrh of any other organ.
Peruna Is an internal systemic .-
Like catarrh it pervades tho whole
system and counteracts tho effect of
A great many people believe that they
have been cured of chronic Bright'
Dlfonse by tho tise of I'eriinu.
It Is certainly true that In the earlier
stages of Bright' s Disease Peruna Is
an etfectlve remedy.
Uumerou testtmonUls on this point
oetabllfh the fuel beyond nil doubt.
Mr. Otto A. Ploitsner Amorican cpl-
ourean formerly t'hef to Pol. W. J.
Cody HIS Sixth Ave. Seattle Wash.
"I mifferod witi kidney and bladder
trouble unMl life did not seem o-th
living. J had tried many mcdluinea.
but did not getany relief until 1 took
Peruua. It um really wonderful how
mueh better I waa after I used thU
medleine only a week. At the end or
six mouths I found to my relief that It
'tad rid my xystem ' all poisous aud I
' vu cuxud u slay cured."
0 Uih city is what the 50000 Club is boosting for the desire is to make Gntlirits an up to-
dale metropolitan little city. To do this it is necessary for the merchant to work in har-
mony with the club and adopt modern ways and methods.
The first step .is to arrange U'ib store in the most attractive manner in order to display
the goods to the best possible advantage Second to
Give the People
as is required of any up to date establishment. Third to quote such prices as will convince
every intelligent man that he is getting full value for his money These are just the things
we offer to the people of Guthrie and vicinity. We are positively showing a line of mer-
chandw'e that surpass by far that of the ordinary grade Styles such as can be duplicated
only by a tailor charging you from $30 to $40 per
suit or overcoat. These with close quick prices we are
able to offer you at from $i5 to $25. We also have the
lcc nvnpnciuo L-It-r1 fV" fVl Q fn C C 1 J 1 r II 1
jv.oo vKv .-. vv. miiu ivii wt' i-u fii aiiu ueciare iuji value
in each and every one.
now n in ltaltinn re a
while wait In-; foi a thaw
Wui niuh Higuboarda should be put
up all aio i. J 4he hole Aug out of the
Twentv-fiftli district in the city by the
WANTED IN KANSAS CITY
lliief Cates Nabs Man at
Union Station Charged
(ieneial Jamison is a man of
character.. Waj'tie Jenkins la a non-
cnlt) Tito voters of the Twenty-
sixth district will certainly nut throw
away their votots on Jenkln.
WnukomlB Hornet (Rep.): Lost
stiKtod or Btolen! Any Infonnatlon
ns to tho n lierenboutH of one Will hint
Grimes In the present cnmimlgn will
bo thankfully received at headquarters
11 'i ?
V.'ayno Jonklns Ik being nirked to a
frazxle by the gang He is campaign-
ing from xaloon to saloon buying
drinku on piomises aud "lining up'
the. floating vote The nione he
spends conn s from the pest house
Tho city of Uutluie might be mulct
lu a henvy damage suit tr Home be
lated podeetriun should tumble into
that hole dug out of the hoatt or the
city in the Twenty fifth diatilct by
tho districting c mmWon foi the ac
cummodatlon of Henry Aap
The hole dug out of the In ait of
the city of U Ulnle In th Twi ut y fifth
conatitt Tionat dititrlct iiinl naiiHiurt-
ed bodily to the cojltlr and dumped
Into the Tht sixth di-nut Ih the
wonder ami admiiatloo f li on)
ot-nie In u n ii tiideiliit
No ont ib -o iguoiaut hn io t lingo
that the genmuuder in the Tvont-
ilfth iihtifiitloiial district wui in the
in l or eat of any )lltlcal p.uty but
xolely and uliolutely foi and in the
interest or the lailroads.
The oteis of the Tweuty-siith dis
tiict will lecull Wyne Jeuklim' lwst
house coid Jenkins trafficked lu
liuTion aflllctioo. Jeuklna is a stiugy
man; a dangerous man and practical-I.-
an ignorant man.
Waltei .1 Con well or Kansas Clt.
waa nnested late Inst tvenl(ig by-
Chief of Police Cntes on u charge of
forgery and will be held for nl vest!
Com ell Is wanted lu Knnsfta Cltv
frr forging a $300 check on R M
Rnley. a Kaiuas City merchant
When questioned by the police Inst
night t'onwell admitted that he waa
the man waited The police depart
ment had been on the look out Tor
Con s ell ever sluce they recohed n
communication from the Kriikih City
folico deixirtment that- the mon wa
headed lu illln direction. Chief Cntett
had been meeting tho trains from the
north peisonally f r the laat tew days
and uKu Conwells anlval last night
he picked his out of tho .rowd at the
Union station The Knnsas City of
fleet-1 will arrive on the aft'-i-nnou
train to Identify their mat nd take
him lack to Kananu City f- trial
Arc you -uibpl with lea" One a?-
plloitlon of AlunZuii will gli ou Im-
mediate rvllef. Hold by .' N. W'.i..ace.
The Kdimiml fotbull teiun T.II1 p'aj ult.
Uosun count htgh school .uui Tins-
Jny on tlw b-l 8i tin .m
I'llta ikkly and poltlly curd wlt'i
Di Hlioop Mng1 Ointment lis made
foi 1-ilea .ilone find It rt et tli wiik
mi. I) mi) w tli K.itlHf.iotlon. Ilihln
iliifii protrudhiK ur III nd piles dH.ip
ii Ilk. in.igle b its une Iuue M ki I
l ippul Rl.iaa )arn Sil i e ta Soil .mil
i. mi. i. mini . r H 1. 1 i. Co
Down's Itegulets cure constlpatloii
without grilling nausea. or any waaX-
enlns effect. Ask your drueclal for
them. Z6 cents per box.
The Athletic Awolullon af the Logjn
eounty high . will glv a suplicr
.Mnndn nlrht at 11 Km OklH.inmn
l 'apt lu. geloti luu been teleeted n
nuiiuiger of the Independent Otnner'a a-
aoetiitlin A cold Is much more eua!y cured hen
the buwets are open. K jnedy'i Ijixa-
tlvo Honey and Tar open the bowels
and drives the cold out f the system in
young or tkl. Sold by C. It. Itenfro.
Th- Model grocery luix a tine .liajilay
of Okluhonm crown npptci In the allow
ow IJroa hje oiiened up it down-
fflee for the aule of i ut flowers.
SWEPT THE BARROOM
The Enid BvenU the ortlclal uigau
of Bird MoOuire the Republican can-
t.idate for congreea in the First dis-
trict in au tdltorial d nounced the
initiative and referend" u as wild
theoriee "at could not be made oper-
ative and went so far as t bn where
they had be tried tht v had In en
abandon) d n& Impia Ileal Tin ie is
no question nut the Republi ans who
have adopti d these meaauieu in theli
platfOrWB have done so foi the ex
proea ijirpobe of catching votet. au.l
are not sincere The parly la divided
on the qjeitlon and at the fat ad of the
organisation ate the men who uo rep
resenting the interests that are
ngftdiBt the initiative and t f leiulum
or anything that will take from the
lallways the power to eontiol leglsla
Hon.. The Democrats are unit on
theo measures. veryt Deraoeratic
candidate of the 11 J district la for
tho Initiative and referendum and to
theae men must the people look. If
they expect to have the moasuroe put
in the constitution. :
(By Associated Press.)
St loaeph Mo. Oct. W. At Dug
Out a xuburu early today five men
wi-iv shot two peihajM fatally Lj'
Oacar Luchel I.uchel escaped pur-
rul by the police 'Hie woonded men
uie James Doty a saloon keeper hU
fat hot. Wm. Doty who will die; letr
Stephens who la believed to be fa
lally wounded Ixwia I'felff mid fill
foul Stevens Luchel had been
thraahed by ont- of the men and re-
tinned mm Kked a double barreled
shot gjn through the window aud
Hud Into the crowd at the bar
tr .in ii tkl It Imltatad th original Ij
a'w ih tH-Kt Think it ever. ul when
. i u ku m tny that box M solv to keep
an.iuid ie liuui ot DeWltf Witch
Hii. l sdi it the orglnal and the
ii.ru ik ni imprd on vn-y box Oood
for . imj tftu-i uoleut and bruiaM
and U i reoinmri dad for pllea.
8old Li ' U Itenfro
True an! tried friends v.! the faintly
De Witt's IdtUe JCorly Itn. rs. Ilest for
remilts an beat to take Rosy cheeks
and sparkling eyes fott-w the ui of
these desendabls little pin. They do
not gripe .- aleken. geld ! C. R. Itenfro
Anitlii. mln Wid of i niton i.tnie in
mi ilu Bunt rn Uklahom.i tlil nin.iilna
lluali fcleott U aiipeivUiiiK the p lat-
um of the K) WO Iwllot fo.- the i-on-..lluilc.nul
coiufiiti'iii .derl'iin un N.i-
inbej A Ii
It la a well known inelic.u fact that
plu. reli is moat effecihi In the treat
mom of dlseasea of the bladder and kid-
nra Sufferer fiom back uohe and
othtr troublea due to Multy uetloo Of
the kldncja And relief Ii the use of
riie-ulcs II 00 buys JO .u) -anient
Hold by J N. Wallace.
BANKING HOUSE SUSPENDS.
(By Associated Press. i
Umjun. Ocl SO JIcKadyn &. com
iwiiy Umd u houae of Arbothnot H
Co baukeis of Madras. Iu suspend-
ed imni. ut The amouut involved ia
To tone down refltie beau t try -he fate
us Statin akin nowr. I tint. Only -S
Register If you wish to tote.
Register. f-i i
Aii . ilu i ini ubatoi hu titv.ii donated
! tin Oklahoma Slate Poultry assoe'a-
tlnii l) the Poult y Ix-udei Incubator Co
Km ton Neb ThU U l tie fou til tniu-
I i oi -im-ed by Mr Laveity Beer tu
of th iiao. latton foi the poultry alum
in 1. .ml. A good shuw lj expected
Don't jou think you had tetter try
To weur u aralle and alne a aong?
It a a good obi world aftvr all
Pievld-d ou take Rooky Mumr.ilii Tea
1 1. tli- aprlug and fall
r R I ii fro
l'n thl vh a gtUiiiii iulte numi-r-u.
in the eliy asmia. Maay of lite Mex-
I.uim brought Into this Miction to pick
eotton ire bad charactr.-a Some of the
ililevex are getting vry bold about theb
wo k Clothing bunging In the bu.k
v.ud t MK No th Krou t areo wan
kIoU-ii in lirotid da light I' he ilotuea
le loused to Mrs. U E nvt Phillip
resulta f.oir chronic constipation which
I qui.kly tuntd by IV. King's Now Uie
PiMa They nmiove all poisonous germs
from the astem and Infu new- life aad
vigor cure sour stomach njusla- head-
aebe dhuina and colic without grip-
ing or lcoufOit Me Ouarunleed by
all drug 'tores.
IMM Pekda f Wi -hlta win be hare
far a. Jew days. Phane Ne. SIS
I nv.pfc c swttt t Eit
Fi c piililM'ied In Ij id r () t 2 lnt; )
Oi t. 20 10 )
Notice is hereby glvon that the hoard
of ecunly eoinmlsalonerK of Logan i-oun-
t. Oalahonin. will recelva until 1 o'elock
p. m. on the 21st day of Novemln. A
I. ISO sealed roK.il f nm nnj pei-
son or pe.-son desiring- to build a i i
house for Ixtgaii county .Oklahoma on
the rental plan en a ilte ownd by Igai
i-ounty and fcr the fumiihlng of nm-
teiteli and pe-formlng of lalwr fm the
erection and completion of au.h court
house at Guthrie I.ogun count Okla-
hema according o the plans and speei-
floatlona prepared by P. II "Weather &
Comiiany of Kansas City Mo. which
plans and specification are now on til.
at the ofTlee of the county clerk of Lo-
gan county Oklulroma nt Guth ie unit
also at the office of the aliove uiclilt cla
In iransai City Mo. Said court liouae l-
to b built on the rental plan under the
provialons of the laws of Oklahoma or
i oct-uun ; .iniri a i-nnpter 31 aa
"The coin- fund shall be uaed onl fo.
the iiaymcnt of wltneaaee. Juro a steno-
graphers bullluV JanitoM for the llf-
trlct court room and th aea of the
Justices or the pence p -bate Judgea
constablea. mill cleika of ihe dlat Ut
court and In addition hi countlea vvlihli
liave heretofore or may hreafter con
struct court homes or Jalla to tw -ilt
fo.- by ail amtuul lelital audi rint.il
ahnll be a proptr chargu agilnat the
court fund uiul an additional h vy. not
"seceding three 3) mitts may Im Uivied
for tlut purpose '
All bids are to 1m mode un pi ipoa.il
blanks furnistied by the architect which
may be obtained froi the county eleik
of Ixicnn county Oklahoma aud audi blda
ahall be enld and delivered to the coun-
ty clerk of the county of Logan. Okla-
homa at hia office la the city of Outh-il.-
Oklalma on or before the time
ubove set fo-th and sh.1 I be marked
"Bids for the erection anj completion of
the new Ix'gun t unity Oklabomn court
Thes- hhla will - opened by Ihe eeun-
t lommlaaluneiH i 3 o'clock p m.. on
the 2lat day if November. A !.. ItKM
und the iiwti'1 of lontroc't shall be mude
all bida will be rejected.
ttuld building la to be paid foi in aeml-
annual Inatallm-ntg aa rent hi fifteen
yearj lb at payment to be made when
bulldl.ig la computed and accep'ed by
the board of county commissioners of
IKiin county Oklahoma. All bids must
be foi the .- ctlon ofth- building ao-
to dins; to aduptcd plana and speclfloa.-
tlona and wituin the time requt ed and
subject to au-h pinal'.iea aa may be
agreed on for fiiluro to jvorforra all auch
reguhementa und shall state the amount
of tent to be paid seml-amittally in ad-
vance by Iig-ui c 'unty for llfteen yea's
aald building to be th properly of I.O-
gan ount wlit u all auwh payiuon's are
nude aald ent to be peJ in warrants
on tlie court fund.
A certified chtik equal to ten per c nt
of the total amount of the'ktd made pay-
Jtble to the dm I man of the board of
county coinnilMloner of Logan county.
Oktahonm mutt .ircompnay each bid lie-
fore sune will lie considered TaN
check to le fu felted) to the county
should th - com. nt be Awarded to the
Llddei ami he fulled wltbia thirty daye
arte- bring noiined of tbij award to ex-
ecute a sjit'sfiu tory contract and fur-
bh an stoeiitable surety bead in deuble
th amount of the ooatntcl price to to-
au e tiie faithful and oomploW -ae.-foi
mauei- if ih lontr.ut
The uiul i lor wl I be ieiulied by "li
tn. I ..111111 tho building Wlthlti
212 wo. king diva from th date of the
letttiu uf the tuuti ut
The right is reeerwsl be the coutrala-
tonera to reject any and all bida.
By order of the board of oouaty coin-
iiiUaloiiera of Lugan coun'y Okhthouva
-JOHN n. FAVOR.
Chairmun Ituard of County 'Com
Attest M K. TRAPP.
County Cbrk at LO(rn County
122 W. Oklahoma Ave. GUTHRIE OKLA.
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The Home of Good Goods and Low Prices
emro s jjfos'
A JICSS- OUT
We give you a 1G cts. bottle for 5c!:s.
School Books d
We are Headquarters.
RENFRO'S DRUG STORE
206 West OkloL. Ave.
OKLAHOMA THE BEST
English Cotton liiiyer Says
Her Staple Comniaiuls a
Register if yri wish to rote.
C. C. RobetU. of the R H Hoonor
Cotton eomimny of Uverpool and
London is in the city buylug cottcn
for his firm. lie lays he has traveled
lu every oetton state lu the Union but
ArkaiiM and tluL th Oklahoma
staple Is the bait he has ever graded.
He aaya this ought to he une of the
finest cotton sections In the world.
The Oklahoma cottcn aa grade by-
Mr. Roberts in the sample room in the
Dewey bvildlug is turning out to be
grade No l or to use a cotton term
is stri.t middling. .Mr. Roberts says
that the Oklahoma cotton Ie selling at
a premium both In staple add it) color.
Mr. Roberts soya all the big cutter.
dealers are anxious to get the Okla-
homa vvliite staple.
fianclilae to those-who wete not pres-
ent at the coin-ll meeting Thursday
night Mt at a Ileainei Cotteral.
Lyon McGnlio Douglati and othcia
addressi d tte -meeting on the gas
qiestlon aaylng that they were in
favoi of Investigating the matter more
fully before granting the franchise On
motlou President Jake D.uglae ap-
pointed A Q. C Merer. I II. Cotteral
and r 11 McGuire to examine the
fiuuchise and to represent the club
at tho special meeting of the council
Monday night on the granting uf a
On a motion the chair was given
power to appoint ten delegates to the
Trans-Mlsslealppt Couvaierelal ct n
grass Nov. SO to 84.
A cold taken at this time of tae year
la generally hard to gat rid of but it will
not be able to withstand Ree's ysxatlve
U4ey and Tar. That w'U curd all esldx
sought; croup whooping cough etc. by
driving them eut through the bo are'. If
you nave a cold try it aud if aot eureil
get your mone back. N oplat- . Soiu
by J N. Wallaoe.
Tone the liver movi the bowels
cleanse tho system lied: s Utile Liver
mils never gripe Sold br J. N. Wallace.
W'atoh for the aevea cent sala to be
given by the ladies of tht Trinity guild
TALK GAS AT
50000 CLUB MEETING
The 60.000 club met last night lu the
city Jial. The subject under dlsoua-
fdon during the meetlnc w-aa natural
jr franchise for Quthrle Judge
Dierer was called uppn to explain the
ROCK ISLAND HIT AGAIN
Attorney General Cromwell
Gets Two Restraining
KXPRRIIiNCBlJ and . ipnhli m ndg. -.
piomotci aciountan aid iv uif i c
retail (with nuKliru . tKoiie. ipi
willing iiiathhie dfxk Lie. will 0111
nipiO)iiient lu 11 1 jponslblc dllTI. ult an"
iruatwn tli ihmiIi itb bank lo-jxjr.i
'Ion or puvat. conctrn Highest teall-
monlnla An i.'Milixd bond furnlaheii
Address with p.tillculu t Ioat Offli
Box t. Uuth.ir. Oklahoma.
IS SHOTJO DEATH
Speoial to Dally Leader.
Chandler Okla.. Oot. 20. J n.
Howard a notcrioua character who
has given officors much trouble and
who for n tlmo led n gang of bad men.
was shot and killed laat ovonlng at
hia homo ten mllos from Chandler by
his brothor-In-lnw J. Jaunderv. There
Is not groat grief over his demise
slnoo he had threatened to kill it is
alleged several Chandler business
A BADLY BURNED GIRL
er toy man or woman r qutoklv out
ef nsUk if Ilueklen'a Arnica Salve t ap-
Vliad aremptly. G. 3'. TWlth. of Tehee -aha.
Mien says: "I use J In my fatally
far cuts sores and all skin injuries and
Nad It oarfeet." Quick at Pile curs
known. Mast healing aawr mad Jo
at all drug stores.
ED BOTKIN DrADl
Speoial to Dally Leader
Ohandlej- Okla. Oct 80. Bd W.
not kin one of the publishers of the
Chandler Pjiblloibt was buried yes-
terday. He came here from Kanaka
Mo- eight years ago and was frr five
Speoial to Dally Leader.
Wfetonga Okla. OeL $0 In diatrlct
oourt here today. Attorney General
Cromwell was grantetl two temporary years eiuployod on the New. and in
restraining ordere against the Rock the postofflce He was an euergetlc
was 29 years of age and leaves a Jft
wlfa He was a member of the K of
P. and M W. A lodges who hart
cuorgo of tho fuuere)
Island rOad for alleged violations of and popular young man
the interstate law. Working under
orders of Governor Frantz Mr. Crom-
well will move against all railroads in
the territory .
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The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 49, Ed. 1, Saturday, October 20, 1906, newspaper, October 20, 1906; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc76581/m1/4/: accessed April 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.