The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 73, Ed. 1, Saturday, July 27, 1907 Page: 5 of 6
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fH LEADER UTHnjE OKUi. 8ATURPAY JULY 27 1907.
AND MISCELLANEOUS ADS.
FOR SALES A
email iMimiL'p T
I will' have to ffffer fof
Gale nd el1 lota 5 anu 1C' ulock C3
Bast Gufhrie. These1 lots have on then
a ntco three room nouso largo pantry
good well; outhouses shade uiul fruit
trees etc. They are nicoiy iocateu aim
very very close In Will soil abovo
propei ty for $1200 If deal can lie
made within fifteen days. $7B0 ensh
$450 monthly payment. FKANKs K.
MATER Id F. D. No. 1. authrle Okltu
FOR BALE-THroo room house and
two lots. West Mansur avoinw.
Two elegant lot on north Vino noar
itfgh school bldg. Sea 13. V. Hutching.
FOR SALE Two cottages In good
location near car line. A bargain It
taken at once. MIbs Dolla Browne
407 Si Division.
FOR SALE Have you n Columbia
phonograph? If so. wa can lit you.
out with uIbcb. Latost selectlouH.
Forty-live 10 and 11! luch dlsc3. Lot
for sale at 'i'Jl uo. Kogtnur prlco
$30.00. . Addross ' L" Care Leador.
I'OH 8ALE Gooa Dusiness lot ut Wa-
ilutte "Ok la. Cheap for cash. Ad-
dress O. E. T.. cure Loader.
SIT ' i
FOR SALE Stock In California mm-
" lag' company. Cheup Address 11.
C care Leader.
FOR SALE Two $40 BCholnrflhlpa" In'
Eastman Business University of
Wbltnrlght Texas for $1G.00. Ad-
tlreSa the Loader.
FOR SALE Constitution ruloi. Make
nice Bouveulrs. Contain names of
delegates rules committees etc At
I i -
FOR SALE Election lawn of state" of
Oklahoma Prlco UGc. Loader office.
FOR SALE Constitution rules- make (
nice souvenirs. Contain names of
delegates rules committees etc. At
1curv-wL.E-Rlbbons for Oliver ami
Smith-Primer typewriters. At Leader
rOll BALE Constitution nileu. Hake
nice Houvenlra. Contain auio of
flleguteBruleB committees nt.r-At
I ' ' ' I.I
TO LOAN Short time money to loan
on diamonds or other good security.
Address "State" euro Leader.
1.0ANS Farm loans gilt edge six
per cent. Call on J. D. Ilurke un-
der Oklahoma Stato bantt.
FOR RENT FurnlBhod
stnirs or four iootiiS up stairs good
wator and hatli. 3H East Vllus.
FURNISHED ROOMS for light houe
keeping. COO East Cloveland.
FOR RENT Fivi) roomed house two
lotB oiBteni und City water. One
block from cur lino. Seo E. V.
MALI: HELP WANTED.
MEN Our Illustrated catalogue ex-
plnlnVhow we loach barber trade
In fewjtweekfl. maled tree Moler Bar-
ber College Dallas Texas.
WANTED Agenin tor Nell's boos:
- "Pmctice In Justice Courts of Okla-
homa." For terms address The Lead-
er Guthrie. Okla. H
AGENTS Ono exclusive agent for
.every towiuto take orders formade-
to measure suit for men und women;
$100 monthly or more easily earned;
samplo outfit 250 tHylos newest wool-
ns packed In handsome carrying
case delivered free of cost. Oppor
tnnlty to establish prosperous and
growing business without Invest-
ment of capital. Full Instructions with
every outllt. Apply today. THE
EAGLE TAILORING CO.. 212-218
TANTBD Yo lo taoif wa Aav foe
ale tna latent outf'. "The Slit of
OkUliomV d "Oktahom City" wJU
Kdlt sfconui. rri Jt tt eafl. Ad-
ire David A Kenm keurity Dldc
0Uljom. Oltr. Okla. Rivm 214-111
.rlui'i i i ii ii U'l'HV1 ' ' '
m. .. pi i 'iwmr"i""
LOST Silk watch fob. P. J. F. on-
graved on gold charm. Finder please
return samo to Lender office.
FOR TRADE For a stock of goods
1C0 acre farm between Guthrie and
fit-ward. F. U Williams Guthrie.
WANTED Agenrar 'oi neTTa book
"Practlco in JuBtlcoCoUrtfl pt Okla-
homa." For terms address The Lead-
er Guthrie Okla.
INVKST your nmo t i bttor than )
Vb Mtrtlr BPISNTD It. A Vttla of H IN
J tfEBTHD very few diyi Jn s.nwrlnr
lut situ will oxten hA& U Clvldend
P.ELIEF FOR LATJIES Original
sod1 Only gonulno Tonsy Wafers put
up In yellow wrappers and crown
trade mark. Accopt no substitute.
For pale at all drueglsts. 5-23-3C5.
WM IMIIP !' ' ' '
AGENTS WANTED In every Uwn
and City In Oklhsms and Indian
Territory to sell Leader's group of
Delegates to Constitutional Conven-
tion mado from fine photograveur-
20x23 Inches. Retail price $3.00. Lib-
eral commission. Address Immediate
y fer exclusive territory. J. R. 8mlley
'WANTEftCleM' cbtton rags. Leader
-I Two.' scholarships in East-tnau-ri
-Business college of
0'un courflte 50 scllola
shin in Drntiehttn's Prnotlcal
:Bualncss college for $20.
One full courso $40 scholar-
ship In McKlnney Practical
Business college MeiClnnoy
Texas worth $40 for 22.
Ono full-courso life scholar-
ship In Hill's BiiHlndss college
of Oklahoma City full valuo
$00. Gnn be had for $50.
. Ono fuU-couraai echolarshlp
In SouthwoBternUuslness uni-
versity of Oklahoma City for
One $G0 scholarship In
Southwestern Business uni-
versity Oklahoma City good
in all departments for $23.
Ono full-courso scholarship
In Morse School of Tele-
graphy Cincinnati O. Valued
ut $40 can be had for $10.
One full-course II. M. X.
scholarship In International
Correspondence School of
Scrnntoii Pa. valued at $4S.
Can bo had for $35.
All the above scholarships cnll for
full-courso In telegraphy shorthand
typewriting bookkeeping commer-
cial accounting etc. All tjio colleges
w. re. llrst class. Fdr further
information address ''Scholarship"
care Dully Leader Guthrie Okla.
CAPABLE SALESMAN to cover Okla-
homa with staple Hue; high commis-
sions with $100.00 monthly advance
Permanent position to right man.
JESS 11. SMITH CO. Detroit. Mich.
WANTED Agents for Neff's boolt
"Practlc'o In Justice Courts of Okla-
homa." For terms address The Lead-
er Guthrie Oltln.
-WANTED Tlueo salesmen for our
now countv. .townsh i nntl railroad
surveys of -Oklahoma. The -HiirvoT"
aro a splendid compilation of facts
figures and drnwIngBpntl of wonder
ful value. CouutleB and towns nre
fully. Indexed and populations of each
ai. given railroads plainly shown
and aiz'uncGB between Important
towns. Other features too numerous
to mention. A splendid opportunity
for nurge!!c men. Rand MoNally &
Co. Chicago 111.
WANTED Salesman IteBt utatlonory
position going as side line. DupL
43 Box 429 Davenport la.
SALESMAN .For. Oklahoma. Exier-
lenced travolln;; niaji prejorrod; line
staplo'fdr genhral trndo;' position per-
manent; $30.00 weekly advance with
commission. Sawyer Leslie & Co.
CORPORATION Whoso products aro
handled by lending wholusalo and
retail doalera wants competent gales
manager; $2500 yearly and additional
commission; umiuestlonnblo refer-
ences and InvoHtment required. Ad-
dress Box "25. Miullson Wis.
RETIRED BUSINESS MAN Wealthy
but lonesome wishes to correspond.
View matrimony. No nbjeatlou to poor
womtm. Box 91 Elgin 111.
PRETTY orphan girl C2- years of
age worth $20000 duslr'fi to cor-
respond with gentleman with view to
matrimony. Address Look Box 4
East Boston Ma&s.
MIDDLE AGED WIDOW Good look-
ing wealthy tired or nlnglo life
would correspond with gontleman.
Object matrimony. Box 10 Elgin III.
Man Zan PHo Remedy comes put up
In a collapsible tube with a nozzel.
Easy to apply right whore soreness
and Inflammation exists. It relieves
at once blind bleeding. Itching pr pro-
truding piles. Guaranteed Price GOc.
Got It to dny Sold by J. N. WALLACE
Every day vou will see cases like
this: A little thin sickly looking
member of the famllv who worries
constantly about the welfare of some
big flit unwrlnklod member
Prlct 25 Cnts
J15 t'larvcrn i-. -vnn-nsw.
INSUrfANCE'AND REL ESTATE.
I N 8 U R A NCE
fV Bqtfare Deal Duy the Best
M. L. MOCK
106 1-2 West Harrlsdn Avenue
J. D. DURKE
Letters of Inquiry Promptly Answered
107 S. Division SL Guthrie Okla.
GUTHRIE tOWEL SUPPLY
J. D. CRAYS Proprietor
Towels and Aprons of all kinds fur-
nisbed at very reasouablo rates. See
me before you buy. J. IX Cr&ys
C. M. G R A N T
17 Years Experlenoo Crying
Sales. Coll up "phone 76 at
my expense. .-
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Oiyjis ra$t to tha torrmoh. Cures Indigestion dyspepsia sour stomsoh
ifrM storViach weak stomach windy stomach puffed stomach nervous
(Stomach and catarrh of the stomach. A guaranteed oure.
Iti t U LVr
turn Brmta gwmm
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Ed Traband Is In Edmond.
Tom Welch Is In Edmond.
J. L. Calvert Is In Cherokee.
S. L. Spinier Is In Stillwater.
Police Judge Boles Is In Perry.
F. B. Slpos is here from Mulhall.
Ed J. Coylo has returned to Porry.
Ed Cook lias rotwrned from Cnshlon.
B. F. Whipple Is In the city from
B. F. Whltmoro Ib here' froni
O. R. Novman Is here Horn St
Cnrl Wllentfuy Is here todny fronv
Arthur Bitptlsto baa returned from a
trlp to Kansas.
C. F. Gow mid 'ohu Blnel:
It. B. Bowdon is
lu Shawnee on In-
S. N. Hopkins Is In Edmond on In-
C. A. McNnbb wont
City this morning.
Henry Roynohlp has roturuod from
rip to Jtaiisus City.
Attorney Tloraco Speod returned to-
day from Oklahoma City.
County Commissioner David Swank
Is lu the city from Morld'.nn.
United States Mtirahnl Abornathy
lias returned from Pawhuskn.
L. N. Houston of tho local land of-
fice. Is in Enid to spend Sunday.
H. A. Stevens has recently taken n
position on the rural route with the
Viitors-Plerce OU company.
Col. .Joseph Wlsuy Is looklne; for-
ward with mach pleasure to a visit
from his son Sam Wlsby who has
been living In tho Philippines several
yearn. Sam owns n iocou grove m
Goormo Fraslor hits gone to Kansus
City in tho Interests of the Electric
Mall Box company which is composed
largely of Guthrie men. Mr. Fraslor
has a pattern of th box from Ohlcngo
and will contract with a Kansas City
house for a large number.
Miss S. M.1 Saunders lias returned
to the Philippine Islands where she is
teaching In the public schools after tants of this country. New Discov-
spendlng a few days In the city with iory cures weak lungs and soro throats
hoi uncle Corporal Gruen. This Is
her third wlutor In tho Philippines
and she snya she likes tho cllninto
there vory well.
THE TEXAS WONDER.
Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheu-
matic troubles. Sold by all druggist
or two months' Wntment by mall for
$1.00. Dr. E. W. Hall 2921 Olive
street 8t. Iula Mo. Bend for teat!
Tonight and Sundny
Vanilla Chocolate Peach and Orange
Cream; Cherry and Lemon 8herbert'
Come and cool off at Darrlcks.
Get the habit and have yodr clothes"1
and hat cleaned at the Unique Dry
Cleaning and Hat Works.
You know how cruzy it woman get
when there Is compnnv comlux. In
her effort to clean up she will put
the clothes lu the wood box and the
wood Into the bureau drawers. This
anxiety to chum up u house lu u hur-
ry is what caused that trandy at
Leavenworth. A Mr. Clark iiishod
amuuu "ridding up' a room and clos-
ed tho folding boa. After the com-
pany hod come and had boon (hero
some time one of thu guob's wanted
to soe the baby. It couldn't be found
Someone thought of tho- Milling bed.
R was opunedMnd the buby was thuro
ami there was more eompany next
duy for the funeral.
Piles get quick and oertsln relief
from Dr. Shoop'e Maglo Ointment. 'It
action Is positive and cert"". itching
puiufiil protruding '' .mini piles dis-
appear like "-.SiC by Its use Large
nickel ejjed glase Jare CO cents. Sold
by V B. Llllle & Co.
A Chandler girl sent the following
telegram to her mother in another
town today: "Solomon six threo." It
you will look it up in tlio Bible you
will find It means that she landed
Going to wod? Voa wt.-c.an fix you.
Have tie furniture and ull tile fittings
PAtlereoo Furnlturo Co.
tlM H(k U
WUI. f M Ml
Sold bv C. R Renrro.
? Railroad Events
New equipment has been received
liere from tho Santa Fe shops nt To-
peka for Santa Fe trnliiB Nor. Ill and
20 running between Guthrie and Pur-
cell. Each train carries two chair
cars which are the bust In li. Santa
Fe Rervlce nrtll surpass anything that
has been urod1 on the mulu lino trains
Division Superintendent H. A. Tlce
and Tnilnmnstor W. H. Fiddler of
Arkansas City are here InapeetltiK
tlio now machine whops tho Santa Fo
IB eretting In 'the south yrtnl.
New York and Philadelphia
cannot lie more pleasantly or con
veniently reached than by tho Grand
TinmU-Lelilgh Valley double track
route via Niagara Foils. Solid titnough
trains of coecfiod and sleeping cars.
Mngnlcent soenery. fl
For particulars of special Philadel-
phia Excursion In July and descrip-
tive literature apply io Geo. W. Vaux
A. G. P. & T. A.. Grand Trunk Rail-
way System 135 Atlnms St.. Chicago.
If on suffer from bloating belching
sour stomach Indigestion or Dyspop-
sin tui.! a Rings Pyspoiisla Tablet nf-
tor onch meal and ovotooiuo tho ills-
j agreonble trouble. It will
.appetite and aid dlgestlc
1. N. WALLACE.
It will Improvo tlio
on. Hold by
Private monoy to loun ou city prop-
ertj'. Iow IntereaL Olds Lymon Graj
' A rnrniorfoll on the Btroats 'today
and kicked and screamed. aid heid
Ills breath. Somo one asked him:
"Wliat'h the matter?" To which he
ropliod: "Wo Need Rain!"
The bltofl and stings of Inserts- tan.
sunburn cutH .burns. a.u(llu)TQ1 are
roltovud ut oigo. wflth. VJu.nQii Car-
bollzed. Aflts . llko a iKuriflc'g and
draws out lii))uiiUi)(lllqil. tTry It. Prlco
Murray's drlnlc Is a grass cuttor
Good for the constitution. Coach
soatB always ready at Royal Bar Cal
Nice Hue Eeerschnum nntl Briar
Pllkcs Just In. nt Olsmlth's.
We don't sce that Father tins nny
Krent show for lording It over Mother
because she oiica wore a hoopsklrt; at
the snuie time he was using hair njl
Long Live The King!
Is tho popular cry throughout Euro-
pean countries; while lu America the
cry of the present day Is "Long llvo
Dr. King's New Discovery King of
Throat and Lung Remedies!" .if which
Mrs. Julia Ryder Paine Truro Mass.
says: "It never fulls lo give Imme-
diate relief and to quickly euro a
cough or cold." Mrs. Palno'a opinion
Is shared by a majority of the Inhabl
after all other romedlOH have failed;
and for coughs and colds It's the only
sure euro. Guaranteed by all Drug-
gists. C0n and $1.00. Trial bottlo freo.
Going o moVo? Have M. Weln
borgor movo those goods. All kinds
of draylng Jono quickly and reason-
ably. Boys Knickerbocker panU a'
Annex; 300 pairs just rocelvod.
The tlmo Is ripe for Hammocks.
Try a new one for your wife or sweet-
heart. Those nro bueutios at Lilllo's
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AT THE CHURCHE3. O
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M. E. Churcn south.
(Corner Broad und Vllus.)
Sunday School 10 a. m. J. H. Glad-
Sorvlcee inuriilinr and even lug.
Kpworth Ixuguu at 7:15.
Prayer meeting Thuniduy 7:30.
Cluilr practice Thursday everting.
Allure cordially invited to worship
J. IS. DISCH Pastor.
West Side M. E Church Directory.
(Comer 11th and Noble.;
Rev. A. C Thurlow jmstor.
-Suuduy school 9:45 a. m.
OIiiba meeting 12 o'clock.
Junior league 2:3b p m.
Ep worth league 7:15.
8. A. Society Wodneaday afternoon
Prayor meeting Thursday 7:30 p. m.
First Methodist Episcopal Church.
First Metli'-'dlst dwirch cornor of
E. Noble avenue and Broad street
Rev. B. IS. PalrehUd Pastor.
Sunday school at 'J:45 a. m.
11 a. in sermon subject: The En-
thusiasm or God."
8 p. m. topic: "Immortal Hymns and
Their Story " The Temple male quar-
Ittttft wl'i sine
Service will be held on the lawn If
woathor Is fnyornblo.
Strangers heartily welcome.
Prayer und pralso service
Thursday at 8 p. m.
First Christian Church.
(Corner Ash and Noble.)
Preaching nt 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
arh Lord's dny.
Sundny school nt 10 a. m.
Junior Christian Endeavor 3 p. m.
Y. P. 8. CrE. 0:30 p. m.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m
Officers meeting llrst Monday in
each month at S p. m.
Teachers meet Wednosday at 8 p. m
Prayer and praise" Thursday at 8
Chorus rehuarenl Friday 8 p. in
Remember Kervlees every Sunday
All are Invited.
K. O. VENTRESS. Pastor.
' First Presbyterian Churcn
(Cornor Noble and Division.)
Rev. Harry Omar Scott D.D. pnstor.
Sunday Sdhoot !:4C.
AVorslilp and communion at 11
No service nt night.
First Church of Christ Scientist
. (112 North Broad)
Services Sundny 11 a. m.
Sunday (school 10 a. tn
Wednesday evening S p. m.
All are Invited.
United Presbyterian Church.
(Comer Ash and Clevelund)
Rev. J. B. Rankin pastor.
Sabbath school 10 a. m.
Morning worship 11 il in.
Juniors 3 p. m.
Yoiing' People 7 p. m.
Bible litiuly 8 p. m.
I. C. RANKIN Pastor.
(Broad and Noblo.)
Rt. Rev. Dr. Brooke bishop.
Rev. A. B.-Nlcholns pastor.
Ninth Snhday utter Trinity.
Enrly communion 7:30 p. m.
Sunday Hchool 10 n. in.
Service and sermon It a. m.
Evening norvlcea nt 5 p in.
Morning senium "The Firmament "
Evening lecture on the Phlllpplans"
Friday evening pervlco 8 p. m.
(West Warner and 9th St.)
Rev. Isaac Cookinnn pastor.
Sunday school 10 n. in.
Preaching at 11 a. in.
Evening Services nt 8 p. m.
W. J. DWINNELL Clerk.
First Baptist Church.
(Corner Vino and Noblo.)
W. H. Dodaon D. D. pastor resi-
dence 208 East Noble.
Preaching. 11 a. in. and 8 p. m
Sunday School 9:45 a. in.
B. Y. P. U. at 7 p. in.
Church prayor meeting Thursday at
8 p. m.
Second Baptlct Church.
Worshipping at 800 WeBt Noblo.
W. 11. Peoporfl Th. B pastor.
Bible saliool 9:45 a. in.
Pronohlng nt 11 a. in. and 8 p. in.
Tho people aro most cordially in
Tho Salvation Army.
Captain Jennie Matchutt and Lieut.
Nellie AUiort commanding officers.
Barracks. 218 South First stroot. Or-
lloors qunrters 311 East Vllus avenue.
Public muotliigH every night oxcept
Sunday services 10:80 a. in. Sunday
hchool 3:30 p. in. Young People's meet-
ing. 8:00 p. in. Salvation mooting ev-
Men's eBacon $3.00 shoes now $2.00
Suit Cnneal We Just recelvud Inrgo
aBSortment of suit casus. Wo Invite
you to Inspeot them ami seo how we
soil them. St. Louis llauket Store.
Have you BPen the Pensacoia move-
ment. Works out und In. Wo do
repairing also. Wi F. powers. 118
East Oklahoma Ae.
For fresh country butter and egga
and all kinds of vegetables call ou
fins Anderson cornor Division and
CALL FOR DEMOCRATIC
COUNTY PRIMARY ELECTION
Primaries to be Held August 23rd to
.Select County Candidates.
Notice le hereby given that pur-
suant to a decision of tho Democratic
Central Commlttoo of Ivognu county.
In tho propound tato of Oklahoma n
primary election will be hold In all
voting prooliiotu lu said county ou
Friday. Mio 2Urd day of August A. I).
1907 between the hours of 2 o'clock
p. in. and 6 o'clock p. m.. of tmld day
for the purpose of nominating ouudl-
datoH for tho following offices:
Ono HopriHwntatlvo from onch of
the threo ropro4BntHtivu district In
One Judgw of the County Orturt.
Ono County Attorney.
Ono Clerk ei the District Court.
One County Clerk.
One County Treasiimr.
One Ueglster of Doeds.
One County Survoyor.
One Superintendent of Public In-
tmotion. One County Commissioner for onch
CommlBtiionur'fl district In ald ooun-
ty: and In enoh township ono funtm
one clerk one treanurer: two JuHflces
of tho peace two oonstahlus. and ouo
road overseer In tmoli road dlntrict.
and ono member of tliu county central
commlUeo In ouch voting pruolnct In
'IVio fiijlowing named porsons are
appointed as Judges and clerks to hold
said olectlon and polling places are
hereby designated In tho several pre-
clnctu an follows:
Antelope Township. Inspector. T.
J. .lorn I gen; Judge F 8. Pulllam J.
W. Suits; clerkK Alf Cllne and J. P.
Martin; polling place at A. L Ayers
plaoo on N. W. qtutrter of section 22.
Bear Creek Township. Inspeotor.
Walter Wilson; Judges. J. A. Price
Ceorgo Morgan; clerk. W. B. Brlggs
and Miles Alluu; polling place. Murld-
iau. Bisuiarl; Township. Inpeclor D
SAY what you will
DO what you may
You am naver free from tltiBt until vou semi your laundry to
GUTHRIE LAUNDRY COMPANY
d B. AIRFIELD
; WOOD AND STORAGE
Goods Pfvckedt Stored and Shipped to Order.
Phoni 20. Office and Yards 407-409 W. Ki'rls.i
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O U. C. Otis "Prbst. Frank Dale V Pref lit. J. W. Perry V-Prest O
O Robt. Sohlberg Cashier. H. W. Painter. N Melvlllo Carter Asat. Cashiers O
U. O. ansa
J. V. Perry.
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W. M BR0NS0N
farm Loans Insurance Abstracts
( . Oaiv complete aljatraqta of tUle In Log&a County.
Jfot. pay lutereut and principal at out1 Office.
Uldfat and)trgest Inuurance agency in Oklahoma.
118 West Okla Aye.
Weinberger Transfer Company
(Successors to J.C. Foster & Go)
Prompt Attention Given to AH
Calls j for Drayage.
Spacious Rooms For Storage
Receivers and Distributors
JJ. .DKhouJndgos Heo. Hanson W. E
IngllBh; clerks. W. L. Sullivan and
Thomas Ferritin polling placo Hubble
Cedar Township. liupoctor. llobort
Hnnooek; Judgon W. Erwlu C. II.
Gordon; clerks. S. A. Jones. Cuy
Hedgeconk; polling place Pawneo
North Cimarron Township. Inspec-
tor John Foster; Judges J 0. IajwIs
W. J. Long; clerk .loltn Millard and
E. J. (Kruer; ihiIIIpk place Coyle.
South Clnmrron Township. 'Inspec-
tor Henry Porlor; Judges. J. T. Now-
liind W. W. Spencer: clerks J. I. Mc-
DaiilelB and ('. IX Millard; polling
Crtwcent Townnhlp. Inspoclor A.
II. Powell; Jijdget. l. W. Miller An-
drew Powell; clerks A. B. WntkliiH
and E. Stobaugh.; polling placo.
Outhrle Townahlp. Inspector Joff
Murphy; Jndgos A- J. Whitney
Wllkerson; clerks John Uncling and
Win. H. Poloot; polling plaeo water-
works. Iowa Townahlp. Inspector JofT
Archor; Judges Jamas Archer John
Honsley; clerks Robert Llntur and
Frank P. McClnro; polling place.
Divert school house.
Iron Mound township. Inspaotor
W. F. Bros; Judges. C. Hani W. N.;
Kellogg; clerks A
lawrltf Townahlp. Inspsetor J. J.
Haslet; Judge N. Oioch II. L Feary;
cJorltH 11. 10. Sterns Otto B. Burst;
polling placo Hlyeralde school house.
Marshall Towuilp. Inspector W.
If. Mathews; Judges Geo. W. Bar-
flnnlner; clerks I. H. StafTord J. W.
Harmon; polling place Mamhall.
Mnllmll Township. Inspector W.
H. WnUiaws; JudgOs. Cieci. W. IVor-
ford W. B. Wood; clerks C. a raves
8niU Cray; polling place. Mulhall.
Ookrtow Towss4dp.--Inspector if.
h Moore; Judge. John Pollard A I-
navutistripe; clerks Chas. Qutlirle
J. L Liuvlllf; palling place r.ovell.
Orlando Townahlp. Inspector Jas.
Vniidaveuter; JuiUtes. K Iteed Nor
man limit; clerks J. W. Helmut
John Green; polling plane. Orlando.
Hoao Hill Township Inspector
J. F. Oauman; judges. T. J. McPeek
II. U. Wright: clerks. William Mead
own. John (lamer; polling plac--.
Jloae Hill srtiool house.
Seward rownwhlp. Inspector B.
W. Bowlby; ud.es Albert Ploeger
Dake Jeffreys; clerks. M 8. Ilowlby.
W. F. Kooiitu; lulling placo 8ewsrd
Springer TowHlu lu$Dfir. ..
Hlggeubotlwin ; Judges. W. M. Taylor?
Q. Grlggsby; clerks E. Crnlg. Albert
Cutler; polling place. Charter Oak
Sprlngvale Township- Inspector. O.
W. Oreeuwsy. Judges. Sam Clveua
Murttn Le Oraade clerks B F.
Smith. Dan Willie; polling place
Spring Creak Township --Inspector.
NaUtan Syler. Judge. Ueorge Sey
tlert W. SI. Rlrhardson clerk. Jerome
Cavtuiagh. Joe Denton polling pluoe
Snrlng Greek sehool horse
Woodland Township Inspector.
John DaniGJU. Judges. A n l"odd
J. II. Arnold; clerks Peter Plaujf.
JV. Oklahoma Av
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GUTHRIE NATIONAL DANK
Oldest In.Oklahoma. C
Capital $160000.00. (J
QUTimiB. OKLAHOMA. O
O. A. Hughes Henry E. Asp O
A. O. C. Bleror II. W. Painter. '
A. J. Seny Kobt SplilborB. O
TlSSASSAMMiSfT - iJAtt j&MLSfclH fc
H. Br Coochr-polllnjr place; N. B.
comer section 21 or as near as
First Ward Oily of Outhrfo Pre
elnct A. inspector Felix Adler
Juilgoa w. II. Cray. J. D Bnrku:
chirks W. D. Packer J. W Duke:
polling placo HtiUiull's store.
First Ward. City of Guthrie. Pre-
cinct B. Inspector O. A. Erixon
Jiidgos A. C. Daves Jnlo Busch;
clerks W. II. Irwin J. T. Bukner;
polling pin co Bnolitold'a store
East Snd Wnrd City of Outhrle -Inspector
Win. Barrlnger. Judges
Jamee France W. It. Welch; clerks
Harry Overbuy John. Overbuy poll-
ing place. Central school.
West 2nd Ward City of Guthrie -Inspector
John Scrlbbens; Judges Ed
Byrnes Iiot Newman; dorks diaries
Adler Frank Thurston; polling placo
East Third Ward City of Guthrie
Inspovstor Frank Olsmlth Judges
Sam Evans. Ed Cooper; cleric W D.
Ilorod Henry Derwln; polling place
Brooks Opora House.
Woat. Tihlrd Ward City of Guthrie
Inspector. Frank Hlndmtin; Judges
II. C. OldH M. Collar; olorks. H Dodd
W. It. WlUIams polling plare Hoov
or's Ilvnry liarn.
North Fourth Ward City -of Guth
J. F. Anderson:
juugoe n. a. uaase
clerks O. E. Slator
polling placo. Chadwlck's store
South Fourth W-nrd. City nt Guthrie
Inspector William Ernest; judgts
Mike Wthlto. Geo. Whltmlre clerks
J. W. Potts. . poP
liir place. West Side Lumber Co Mi
North Fifth Ward City of Oofhrlp -Inspector
John Calvert: Judges J
Prank l.niix T. B Ilninlne ritrk
Thosi Cahlll. IS. V. IWoIiIiib; polling
South Flfiii Waid Judge. L F
Lanerty; lnHjierini M B. ilutclilir
Olerks F. J ariU. J Harris
Tlia reutrtiR of tin- vole east at
ld primary eiiii(t snail )t) nade
to the IUrtiiM-i ji : ('.unity VftitfuX
Ciiiuiiilttee ut htld ((unity at the e y
f Girhili- mi t lie 'lib day of Augusr
l'"7 .it 3 ' lt k p in
E. F. SHINN.
Sit r.-l j i
(First Publlhd in Daily Leader
July 18 1007.)
Notice of Application
For Liquor License.
iry pt Oklahoma Logan County
Notice Is hereby glvon that I J It
Bain have this day tiled In the office
of tfie County Clerk hi afld for said
County my patliinu. asking that a
lloenso be granted me to aolfat retail
malt sptrltous and vliivHie liquors ou
Ut No. 1$. Block No. 67. Third Ward
Outhrlo. Jn said County and Territory
If no protest Ig Hied before July
27th. 1907 I will demand of tho
County Clerk of said County that pe
titlon bo granted and license istied
as provided by law.
Dated July 12. 1907.
J. H. BAIN
. 4 Applicant
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