The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 93, Ed. 1, Saturday, February 29, 1908 Page: 5 of 6
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AND MISCELLANEOUS ADS.
JOallUT Xj.eEMdLex Ooi2Ljpo:a.
1 Have You Read the 1
CilNION (iffy) I.ABEO
FOll SAL15-1 loll top desK; 1 typo-
wrllfir desk; 1 Underwood type-
writer; 1 oflleo chair; 1 loiter press;
n.. practically now. MABON' & REY-
NOLDS 113 8. Division. Phono 13C.
FOll SALE Or trnao PuyltiK news-
paper in rooiI town in nuitkurn Ofe
Inhomn. Pomploto power euulpmatit
Vbrth ll.r.OO. bullillliR mnl lot worth
sCOO. Will soli for X1.750. Address
G. V. C. euro Lender.
FOR SAIjK I hao a fivo room cot-
tago for sale on Capitol l. A
bargain. V A. Googlns. IfiUVJ Okla-
FOR SALE -Two fenmlo psdlgrcud
inngllHh Suitor pups n months old.
c'biiB. G. Walton. Boulder Colo.
FOR SAL13 now Chicago typo writer.
Durmiln nt Olsuilths.
FOlt SALE Life sfcriolarship In Giith-
rio UnUersity. Prlco $12.60. Call
nt Leader oflleo.
TOOK SALKGood paying newspaper
In Kniuas. $750 cash or JtftfO
rash and long time on $350. Beat ot
reasons for soiling No trlfjerj need
onswor. Address 0. F. Mclntlro
FOR. JlttNT To (parties without chil-
dren ono lnrgo front 100m furn-
hhed 311 Kust Vilas. Phono 010.
FOU HUNT Furnished room pri-
.Uo family. 421 East Vilas. Phono
RELIEF FOU UADIBS Original
fend only genuine TanBy Warora put
ty in yellow vrapperB ami crown
trndo mark. Accent no substitute.
(Tor sale at all druggists. 6-23-3S5
WE CAN FUKNISH THE AUTOMO-
B1LT3 you aro looking for no matter
where you nro locatwl for loss money
than ou can got it elfiowhore wheth-
c it bo a iitw car or :i slightly used
car whothor a gasoline electric or
a Btendi car. Write us thoatylo car
jou aro looking for and tho nmount
ot money yon want to opond. Wo vrlll
oubmlt nevernl to make your trdl? -Lions
from with bargnin jirloes.
Wrilo us. Now is tho time. United
States Soiling Corporation Pifirco
Jtuilldlng St. Ltmls JOo. Ow sutr-
vioef cost you notlilng.
MALB HELP WANTED.
Manager wonted In every city and
county handle lust paylu; business
known legitimate now exclusive con-
tjol no Insurance or book cnnvaslug.
Address Than Ilnlnlenii. 3-i West ZGtli
MEN Our illustrated cntaloguo ov
plains how we t-ench harbor trado
In fow' wofltH mailed freo Holer
Barber iidlese Dallas Texas.
GOOD PAY Men wanted everywhere
to tack sigus distribute circulars
r.amplos te. No canvassing. Ad-
dress National DIstributingT Buronu
100 Oakland Bank llulldlng. Chicago
CAPABLE SALESMAN To cover Ok-
lahoma with stnplo lino. Uigli com-
mission with $100.00 monthly ad--VMficr-.
Pormnnont pugltlou to right
man. JESSE II. SMITH CO.. Dotrolt
WANTED Salesman or ability nnd
neat appoarance to call qu merch-
ants In thoir territory; elegant sldo
lino convqnlent to carry; good com-
missions; 'prompt rqraittanco. Bol-
mont Mfg. Co. Cincinnati O.
"Old Established Specialty Paint
House can use traveling salesman.
Salary and Expenses. Must be able
U lofer to former employers. Givo
reference when applying. The Eclipse
Point & Mfg. Co Cleveland Ohio."
KldnoydlsenscB nro generally found
In persons wIiobq Wood Is lmpover-
fsheil or impure nnd whoso nerves
lmvo not fiufllclcnt power or forco to
jnako the kidneys peifora their prop-
.The duty of the kidneys Is to filter
) blood and when this fluid is filled
tx uric acid and malarial poisons
V become ovcrburdoncd with ox-
Work. When tho nerves aro not
w they fall to supply tho power
Uhls work; then tho kidneys bo-
.clogged nnd disease Bets In.
Vcom plaints usuully commenco
jjld chills especially In theback
cjo followed with fever nud
NfTho pnln cxtoqdw to tho bfad-
Ofis and thlghH. Tho urine be-
whighly colored or extremely
OJit sometimes looks red or
!?io. with ti brick dust sedl-
1 "ter standing; or It may bo
ir milky nnd. filled wltn alhu-
rnosc vitai element 01 me
htftbcaa conditions nro allowed
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tllO IUlIOWlUg COIlUltlOIW.
xiiuua tnev riwup in mw OT'5rioltenmtt.fliW.d I am nfeicb better
DeBEUS kidney pills
Tw9 5lw?$wdal 9 W.PSwtirUtorfc Chicago
This cougqivand &5c in cash will be taken as payment ior a
t fifteen vmd want ad. to run thijeejtipies fiti4h '
DAILY LEADER ! '
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SENATE BILL NO. 182.
To establish forry boat regulation of snmo nnd fixing llio price to bo
BE IT BNACT&D BY TlIH PEOPLE OF TIIE STATE OF OKLAHOMA! - ''"
Soction 1. Tlmt each nhdover person owning concrollihg or aijomtimj
ferry boabon any stream in this state shall bo requited to take out a license
annually said Itconso to bo Issued by tho Board of County Coinmlsslners
ot the county in which the ferry Is located for which a foe of not loss than
twenty ttvo dollars a year slmll bo paid said fco to bo payable in cnual
quarterly Installments to tho Board of County Commissioners; provldod
that no license blu.ll bo isauod under this net utlnl the person applying for
same shall lmve entered Into 11 bond to tho Board of County Com-
missioners In n sum not less than ono thousand dollars with not less thnn
two npproved sureties who shall bo worth individually tho nmount of tho
bond over ami Qjiovo all axomjitlons nnd liabilities ot whntovor nature to
which they shall mnko oath said bond to bo approved by the Board ot
County Conimisslonorsf filed with tho county clork; piovidVd furthnr that
tho llcutiso granted- by tho Board or County Commissioners shall bo ox-
cluslvo to tho licensee for two miles up nnd down tho stream from tho
location of tho forjy.
Section 2. That onoh person licensed and operating a forry bont.uridor
tliln act lisnll contract ul his own oxponso sultnblo nnd finfo approaches
to his lorry tho snidu of which shall not exceed nn altitude of thirty do-
sreos. Ills boat to bo built of first class rrititorlnl nud his boot ghHll be ltbpt
In gooij repair finil condition.
It shall bo brnoail sulistantlally with Iron rods and strongly bnniotored.
not to-UQ'loHMbnn fiL' foot in length and on foet In width with look
chains on olther oiitl and slmll bo subject to Inspection and condemnation
at any time by tho Board of County Commlssloncro.
Smtlon 3. That onch and overy person opornllug a forry boat under this
Act shall attend hiinsoir or keep a competent ferryman within fifty yards
of said forry day and night Tor tho purpose of transporting possoueors and
(1 eight ocr tho stream for whlru the following fees nmy bo cluirgod and no
more except ns in this act piovided:
The County Comujiisslouers shall have tho authority to legulate nnd fix
tho rates of toll on all fenle in their respective counties and from tlmo to
time alter baum when I ntlie juilgmont ot said Cninmisslojiers Uie snmo
shall be necessary and propor.
Soction 1. That- whoio ferries aro imUutnlnod on stioums that aro tlm
dividing lines between the state and other statflts the provisions g( this Act
slmll apply accordingly to far as tho laws and tho Jurisdiction of the courts
or this stnto extend nnd whoro u ferry is molntntnod on a stream that is
the lino between counties in this stnto tho license under this net ahnll ho
.nken out in both counties the fooB pah
Section 0. That it shall nt nil tlmps bo mahdntory uppn any forrymnn
whether owner or cmployoo to transport across tin. stronm tit Ills forry nil
persons desiring to cross whose mission is that of attention to tho sick
nnd nil ponco officers In tho disohajgo ot thoir duty pcoot ot thoir ldontlty
to bo made known to the ferrynian and shall olinrgo such foes as provided
for In this acL
Socttou G. That a violation ut uny ot tho provisions ot till sact shall
constitute n misdemeanor and upon conviction theraot shall bo finod not loss
than twenty five nor more than ono hundred dollars.
Section 7. That all acts and parts of acts In conflict with this act are
Good HoneQt Results.
0.aT "I en
say Uut Delleir Kulney Pill it the best itmtdr
that 1 ever ued (or rheumaUsm and kidnty
trouble!. 1 hnyt tried a (ood many kiniii of med-
icine before I commenced utin Deliell'n Ktdnt.
Pilta and I could hardly fet up or down (rem a
chair but alncs I commenced utiogOetieU'i Kid-
1 .. . 1 t -.
uccp pcneranauon (naw losct
tan twai before t commenced taxlathcau''
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nud ;i pond nrndo In both such coun
Bnckncho AVoak Hack Illioumntlsm
Diabetes Brlght'a Dlsoriso Gravel
Oput Irritation of tho bladder.
Scalding Urine Swelling of the Ank-
les Dropsy or Home other form o!
Kulncy or Urlnnry Trouble
DoUoU'e Kidney Pills hnve a direct
and specific action In all forms of
Kidney Dlnddor and Urinary troublo
nnd It Is tho only romedy which gives
tho kidneys strength to cast off all
poisonous matter from tlto blood
thus stopping tho cauno ot diseases
ot this nature.
Try DeBolI's Kidney Pills. Wo
claim they are par oxcellonce tho
most thorough rapid and effective
treatment over prepared for the euro
of kldnoy troublo and we say It be-
cause of the results obtained by thoir
use. Thoy speak for themselves; nil
we ask is to glvo them a chujico to
cure you tho ono who suffers.
Kid yourself onco and forevor. by a
treatment that you know will euro
you nnd come again Into your own
happiness good cheer contentment
energy ninbltlop hopoi uew life and
3 ORDERS OP STATE &
w COMMISSION jjj
CORPORATION COI1f1ISSION OF
Proposed Ordei' No. 10.
To All llallronds Operatlug In the
SUto of Oklahoma:
Your tire hriby nOUflcd that In the
ofllCtt of the corporation commission of
iho atnlo of OUhthpimi in ho city of
?utfiUio."QJilnhOinnpff the socond day
of March. '100R. fit tan .o'clock the Said
'cqnitntBBlqn will hdfti any objections
which may be urgoK by any persons
Ihtorofll'ed ngtiinst tll following propo-
B04I orllor fnfe -regulation on and re-
quirement: No railroad operatlilR In the vtate
of Oklahoma shall b(r4)ermlUed to in-
quire n passenxer on any of their pas-
Senear trains to surrender ma or her
ticket or pay bis or hor imsHcnuor fare
until they have first been provided
with a seat.
J. JS. LOVE.
A. 1 WATSON.
Vf. 'U CHAPMAN.
QVhrlo Oklahonfn; lbj tiary 7 1008.
.an '.?. ..vjjjl T.
KeimotiyBLiixattVot' Cough Syrup
acts feoiitly'liui-pronintly on tho bow-
els 'it 'ntopB tlfd'cousp by soothing
U10 throat nnd lung Irrltntlon. Bold
b a U. Koilfro.
WANTED For two well lmprovod 100
neros In iroOd locfttldn'; 80 ncrep 3 12
miles f 1 0111 Guthrie: 80 acres nea N-o
n4um; dud for 100 ucios near Dudley
THE GAFFNEY COMPANY
RICH HON D
" 17th and H. Streets
WASHINGTON D. C.
100 Rooms CO Prlvato Baths
American Plan $3.00 Per Da
Unwards; With Bath ?1 Ad-
ditional. European Plan $1.00 Per Day
Upwards; With Bath $1 Ad-
dltlonal. A high class hot-! conducted
for your comfort Remodeled
refurnished throughout. Direct-
liy on oar line Union Station
20 minutes. Capitol 20 min-
utes. Shops and Theatres. 10
mmutos. Two Bhxks to Whlto
House and Executive Buildings.
Oppoalto Metropolitan Olub.
Summer Season July to October
Wayside Inn and Cottages.
Lake Lmorotte N Y in the Adl-
roudacks Switzerland of Amer-
ica. 45 mlnutos from Saratoga.
Send for booklet
CLIFFORD M. LfcWIS Prop.
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE.
GUTHRIE TOWEL SUPPLY.
J D. GRAYS Proprietor.
Towels nnd Aprons of all kinds fur-
nished at vory reavmablo ralea. Bee
rao before you buy J to. Oraral
PHONE NO. C10.
J. D. DUHKE
Letters of Inquiry Promptly Ansnerod
l67 S. DIrUlon SL Guthrie Ok)a.
C. M. Q R A N T
17 Years Hperlenco Orylng
Pales. Call up 'phone 75 at
t (i m. pruT.
mm m vn'9WJ
TO pAY GOOD
for poor coal when or
during a 3upply of penn3yl
vanla anthricite coal will
give you a coal that
is screened perfectly
that radiates a gentle
a coal that keep3 your
GET ACQUAINTED WITH OUR
COAL BYTRYlNdl IT TULSA Y.
is. f. gheadle
$ For the eyesight. Clean
5cojnvcmeul and itiQpc)cnsivc
DI8PEL8 TbIE GLOOM.
LIGHTS THE DARK CORNER3.
MAKE8 THE HOUSE CHEERFUL.
NO FU88ING CR PUMING.
NO DIRT OR DISEASE. "
ALWAYS READY AND HANDY.
BETTER HEALTH BETTER EYES.
MORE SATISFACTION MORE
PLEASURE WHEN YOU
IN YOUR HOME OFFJCE STORE
AND SHOP; '
and Power Cq.
wnn il&Ai.nin P12K.R
h K f "VVMnc Kite a tiro.
' w" -VOLDS XtM BuHlf Frwl
AND ALL THROAT AMU f.UNG TfiOliBLES. i
' n 1 rr irn 1 1 isi iiiijii. 11.1 11. 11 ui
GU jMtANTKKD gATIBFACXOR.Vt
IN OKALAHOMA SINCE 1W.
Dm. Clark k. lUmabj.
the famous GhiqaHo
ipsjallsts treat Cbronlo
and Private dltessea cl
both sexes. Cures guar
1J-AV S8I -ao 00WO
TXarrlMin Aveaac Outhrts uau
F. A. Googins Co.
Fire Lightning and Tornado
Insurance. Iusureb larm Drop-
erty and crops against hall or
will bull your tarm or city loU.
120W Qklp. Ave. .
I and ooks thj6 mwcsj
l King's I
l Mm Mmmm
I Constitution? I
The Only Official Copies S
S For Sale at the LEADER Office;
25c Per Copy.
sffis ABB I 1 BB I '
fc. iy siiininoiyu i yyiiUi
fe " ' r:
Under the fuiinK of tha Attornsy General y(vu must M
ie. S.8 Thfi
i.i auj.ij juiu ..-
K w.iu.ts quickly and utlafafctotiIy.
W. M. BRONS0N
t farm loons. Ensurai.es hklmm
UJlv complete abElra.-3 ol tUlc In Loau County J
fDu csty intereBt and
Oldest nnd Urgent insurance agency in Oklahoma. 3f jy
42 Black Building
a US West Okla Ave
. n mn a .m
WOOD MSB STOliAQ-E
AS Goods Pacckod. Stored
I Phone 20 Qflhi and Yards 407-409 W Ka-rlsoB
OOOOOOOOOOO 0000003' ODOOOOOOOOOI
Q U. C G PrasL Frank Dnlo V-l'rer nt. J. V. Perry V-PrcaL
O Ilobt. Sohlberg rjashier. IT. W. Painter. N. WoHIIlo Carter Asst Cashiers
GUTHRIE NATIONAL BANK
tj. c. am
J. Yfc Perry
We are Buttin' in'Ue Butto
t ja J003
Jnly first class outftt in tb
rritorie Write foi dampl-
tnd get price.
1 NEAT : PBESSIHP : CLUB
Will call for and deliver
your clothes cleaned and
preated. Four tultg per
month one uit per week
$160 Ladies' clotuea given
liRNJiST 1J. WliTZ
. Phoue 8Qfi Guthrje pkja
1 Hojat uoti taMmrst
For First Class
215 S. Second
Dv'oclDal at our office.
nn d btb apnm a nam u nz.
and Shipped to Order a
Oldest in Oklahoma. M
CjplUI $160000.00. X
G. A. llugheu flnr B 'Asp B
A. a. C. IJieror II. W. I"s.lnter 9
A. J. Sear. Root. Sohlhorg. D
BILLIARD and -POOL
The Merle 8 Ileanoy Mfii Co.
tuo-083lJ..Ii. hXtUM dll. MO.
kiuu t iurreot
BILLIARD and POOL
And Billiard Supplies
S&iii In kuihrlr tyr it bitk&tCs
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