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THE UEADER. UTHHIE, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY. APRIL 29. 1903.
!gsasssseiSB&xsfisKs9smsmimmmtimsm& thirty merchants in trouble
'I usee1, to spend 00 cents a day for cigars." said a
Guthrie bufiitiess man t'ne other day. 'Finally I decided
to cut off the habit. A happy tliounut struck me. I went
B to the Capitol National Bank
Eveiy time I felt like smoking Ip-ul'f d a dime from
my pocket, and dropped it in the bank. That vras fiv
months ago. Do you know I have quit smoking and have
$72.00 with interest to show for it at the Capitol National."
v r-nn nnn nn riprnunt in the name of vour child.
I grand child, wife, or any relative or friend, ior that mat-
I tc. and the bank you receive trom us win mane an e.xcei
j" lent present. Any amount from ?1 up secures a bank
Ml 1 1 J l-TFi
C. E. killingsley. Pres.
R. S. Briggs,
We Ocllow Interest at the rate of 4 per cent
Open Daily from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Capito.1 and Surplus
Uver a. iUHiiori
Local Happenings of City and Terri
tory Briefly Told.
Tho Geary city council is consider
ing on electric light proposition.
Chandler people are boosting for a
as well as water.
Prjor Creek contemplates a rousing
celobration July Fourth
Lonora is to hao a school house
It is mndo possible by the division of
Nearly seven thousand allotments
have already been filed on in the
. r ,u Trr. i . ,,,,.,
to Chief Pleasant Porter of the Croek
to cniei x loasam. oner 01 lu v, r
na on, s oa . !
joaeim l.iiiiiuiuii ui iu, .......
Tho dlsputo hotweon tho Choctaws
and Chickasaws over the ?8,000 paid
by the Frisco for right of way. Is set
tled. The Choctaws got the mbney.
Blackwel haa organlzel a gun club
which has a clvrter membership of
The school board at Bristow has ad
vertlsed for bids on a stxrootn brick
The county commissioners of Paw
nee county have ordered the construc
tion of a bridge across Black Bear
rlvei. connecting Blackburn and Ske
dee a a.nnn m.n ,,,, ih- Kant, v nar
Oklahoma City fciund two drafts in a
pocket book amounting to J5.90O They
were drawn on a bank in Roasvllle,
A snake was found in thu stone wall
of the Odd Fellows building at d
raond, fifteen feet from the ground,
by a workman who as digging
stones out of the wall for Joists for a
building The snake looked like a
bj&ek snake and was three feet long.
It was in a wall that bad not been well
For over 50 years Ayer's Pills have been
the standard family pill. Act directly on
the liver, gently laxative.
and got a
G. A. Nelson. Cashier.
- - 5130.000
Tho eighty-fourth anniversary of
tho I. 0. 0. F. was colobratod nt Ponca
City Monday by tho Northeast Okla -
homa association. Over 300 mon wore
In line. Procossion drill by Ponca
City canton. Addresses by Dr. B. P.
Sippey of Ponca City, amf Hon. John
H. Saunders of Cheney, Kas. Mayor
Baskett made the address of welcome.
Among the prominent beneficiaries
of tho Kaw allotment. Just being con-
eluded, are Hon. Charles Curtis, Kan-
Kas congressman, and three children,
giving them L000 acres of Kaw land,
Mr. Curtis' holding Is the northeast
quarter of section SO, township 27,
range 4, and the northeast quarter of
section a, township 27, range 4, easL
The Cimarron Valley Clipper printed
this: "We wero in hopes 'Teddy'
would visit Coyle boforo ho returns to
,...,. .,., .,.., o linn
Washing!, but porhaiM some liar
m Mm beOV0 that Coylo ,Bn.t
much of a place, anyhow. If ho don't
he will lose out, sure, for wo alroady
had a family picked out that would
drlvo all 'race suicide' ideas out of tho
president's head forever. Wo rofpUn
from mentioning 'he number of child
ren in this fainh for lack of space."
deneral Manager J. J. Mahonay of
the Fort Smith nnd Western has an -
nounced that his road will inaugurate
tln wrvice from Fort Smith, Arl!..isfaction. by F. B. Lililo Co.. drug
to Padua, 1 T , on June '.. Tho town
is growing vei y rapidly, having a
population of over 6Q0 In two months
Tht Santa Fe shops are doing all
kinds of buslnem now. Some few
weeks ago work at the shops was
scarce, but now In addition to thei
work of the Southern Kansas olvlelon,
the local people 0re also doing a great
deal of work for the middle and the vllle. Intl., when W. H Brown of that
Oklahoma divisions. Ottawa Herald, place, who was expected to die, had
his life saved by Dr King's New Dls-
The Southwestern association of .wjr 'r Consumption He writes
base ball teams will open the season!"1 n,lured insufferable agonies from
on ilay 3. Tliero are four teams In v Asthma, but your Now Discovery gave
the association for the first half of n immediate relief and soon there
the season, and It Is oxpectod that two a'ter ffJ0td a nPle cure." sim
more will be added when the last half ,ar cures of Consumption. Pneumonia
begins The town now In are Hnld, I BronebltlB and Grip are numerous
Oklahoma City. Shawnee and Arkan-Ut's ' Prlces remedy lor all throat
sas City Wichita and Wlnfleld will1"""! 1U"S troublos. Price 50c. and
be added later.
Soutt4 wcAlester, 1. T.. Business Men ,
! Wtrfeda t Py the Tribal Tax.
Thirty merchants, including most ot
the wholesale HBbllihmms at Botrth
Mc A tester, have lieen served with
i warning notices from 1. Blair Shoen
felt. Indian agent, thit unless they
comply wlilr" th Choctaw nation law'
requiring pavmmt of tribal tax on all
, Roods brought Into the Ctwttaw nation
, their tBtftbllshinents will he closc.l
April 30. by Indian police the mc- j
chant have employed legal advice and
will fight the case Thejr contend that j
! the government has not the right to
close a man's' place of business for
'debt, and further, that when a town .s '
.segregated and sold by the townsite
commission all Interest of the Indians '
, la renwved and such towns are ex
empt from tribal taxation. A mass
meeting of cltlrens' will tie held to-1
night It Is proposed to Upiity to the
'federal court for a restraining order
the minute one of the Indian police
men closes a store. '
CAME TO BLOWS.
Mayor Turner, Colonel Bawklns and
Editor Russell Have a Mix-Up.
Saturday night Mayor Turner and
Colonel tawklns got together in front
of Mlttentbal's store on Avenue C an 1 1
for a few minutes a merry war was J
on. says the Lawton Itetiulillcan I
I The trouble arose over two int.ict-
ments which were brought against Dr.
i Turner by the grand jnry, nntl one of'
I them is asJil to hare been the result
of testimony given by Colonel Haw
kins. In which he claim that Dr Tur
net bought his vote and Influence by
promising to make Hawkins his as-'
8lstant chief of police
i When tfie two met some words
were named between them an ' ' """' ,
ly resulted In blows. Turner hit I
I Hawkins In the face and Hawkins, it
ts said, started to draw his gun but
iL. T. Russell of t&m Democrat, sawj
his movo and strucK hlB nrm so that
the revolver foil upon the sidewalk.
Russell and Hawkins than went at
;IL Mr. Russell getting the host of It
and forcing Mr. Hawkins to seek
shelter in a candy store a few feet
away. Hawkins barred hto door, and
i picking up a cocoanut in each hanl
'threatonou Mr. Rttssoll If he ottompt-
'j t0 como jn
j Deputy Sheriff Garter nrrostod Mr.
HawjnB a,i took him toyio jalt,
whoro ho rovealotl the fact that ho
jwa8 a doputy constablo and had a
right to carry a gun. He was released
anti j0ft town yesterday evening for
.Anadarko on business with Colonel
A Thoughtful Man
7.1. M. Austin of Winchester, Ind.,
know who to do In tho hour of need.
jHIs wife had such an unusual case of
stomach and liver trouble, physicians
could not help her. He thonght of
nnd tried Dr. King's New Life PIHb
and sho got relief at once and was
, finally cured. Only 2Bc, at F. B. Lllllo
j& Co.'s drug store.
Stroud Messenger: Stroud . a
musical metropolis. We have forty
!oti !. i,i
pianists, sixty cabinet organist, about John Oliver of
100 fld(jiora ad countie8s jewsharpors. j jowm: j waB
twenty-two cornot band players, anility tktn was
an enargotlc Salvation army or west ra.
Makes a Clean Sweep.
Thore's nothing Hko doing a thing
thoroughly. Of all the Salvos you
,ovar hoard of, Buoklon's Arnica Salvo
Is tho bosL It sweeps away and ouros
, Burns, Soros, Bruises, Cuts, Bolls,
floors, Skin Eruptions and PIIos. It's
j only 3fic, and guaranteed to give sat
Outhrle Is about to allow the EI
Reno nnd Southwestern to step away
from hor. Only about half of the
amount of the bonus has been raised
l$l Reno American.
A Great Sensation.
There was a big sensation to Lees-
i.uu uuaranioea oy u. wmo
Co., nrupglsts. Trial bottlos free.
Indian territory has raisod. about
.half of the J25.000 necessary to se-
louro an additional $26,000 from tho
federal government for an exhibit of
the territory's resources at St Louis
I Muskogee has given V '"" The fund
must be raised by June "
i iiiii.iii if
The biggest i
! u. W. Baxter, territorial sufierln
tendent, has been notified of the com
mencement of teachers' Institutes in
I the following counties:
Lincoln county, at Chandlor, Juno
jl; Joans Cook, conductor; Guy Bolmn-
jiion and Miss Sara A. Payne, instruc
tors. Canadian county, At El Reno, July
20; F. N. Howoll, conductor; J. T.
I Clayton and C as. K. Shorman, In-
Pawnso coutuy, at Pawnee, Juna 1;
B. B. Klgglnscontluotor; L. B. Slndor
and R. H. Ewlng, instructors.
Logan county-, at Gnthds, July 20J
R. H. Bwlng. conductor; Jonas Cook
and F. C. Oakos, Instructors,
To Cure a Cold In One Day.
Take Laxatlv Bromo Qulaino
Tablets. All druggists rofund tho
j mosey if Jt falls to cure E. W.
; Grove's signature Is on each dox. 2Sc.
Race trouble is Imminent at Beggs,
I. T A store built by a negro who
was preparing to go into business was
wrecked by a charge of cynaralte.
To Cure a Cold In One Day.
'Jake Laxative Bronco Qulplno Tab-
,;lr This signature ,(PM A
M W . W. . VW
Robbed the Grave.
A startling Incident is narrated by
Philsulelphln, as foU
in an 5,f-- condition.
My skin was almost yollew, eyes
suniton, tongue coated, pain continu
ally in baoj; apd sides, no appetite,
growing weaker day b7 day. Three
physicians had glvon no up. Than I
was advised to use Electric Bitters;
to my great Joy, tho first bottle made
a decided Improvement. I continued
their use for threo weeks, and am
now a well ma.:. I know they robbed
the grave of another vietim.' No
one should fall to try them. Only
60 cents, guaranteed, at F. B. Little
& Co.'s drug store.
Call at Hall's and try his delicious
Ice cream, the best In the city.
You are sure of a cood laugh if vati
see "Old Arkunsaw" at the Broeto'
'next Thursday night.
BEST FOR THE
If jon bsTen't a reraUr. bekUbrtnoremtstof th
bowcu ter7 dy , you're Ul o t whl ho. Kep yonr
boel opn, ail b well, force. In the br ot
violent pbjtli or fill folion, U dtnceroua The
emootbeet, eenteit, moet perfect wey of keeplnf
tho boirelt eleer sod clean U to tek
CAT 'CM LIKE CANDY
Pleatent, Platt J. Potent Tit Good, Do
Oooi, Never Sicken, Weaken orOripei 10, end
10 ceute perboi. Writ lor fret Iknple, sod book.
letonbeUtb. Addreee il
Sttrllns ItecMdi Comptnr. Chicago or New York.
KEEP YOyi ILQQ3 CLEAN
measured by the amount of nutritive value it contains,
is the fresh soda cracker. Many people think a
cracker an insignificant and easy thing to make yet
no one ever succeeded in reaching perfection until
Uneoda Biscuit were introduced: To maintain
the quality of Jn&eda Biscuit requires the best of
everything wheat, flour, baker, and bakery.
Uneeda Biscuit furnishes every element neces
sary to bodily vigor; and, abpve all, they are fresh and
clean. This is due to the In-er-se&l Package identi
fied by the famous red and white trade mark design
which protects them from the air, moisture, dust and other
things not best to mention. There's a world of worry,
work, skill and care in making a soda cracker like
B Wlg BKr WKFWt H Sm
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY"
VICTOR. G HOUSTON.
Insurance. Real Estate
Agent for leading fire insurance
Office: Rear Bank of Indian
M. LUTHER WEST,
Notary FublU and
L. 0. Lytle. T. R. Evans
LYTLE &. EVANS,
Attorneys at Law.
Practice In a) courts, of tho Territory
Dowey BulltHiu, Gujthrle, Okla.
CHAPPELL & MINTONYE,
Practice In all courts. Roous 3, 4, G.
New Adler Eldg.
Phone C31. uuthrlo, Okla.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Frank Dale. A. Q. C Bleror,
, DALE & BIERER,
Anderson Building, Oklahoma arena
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office in Adler block, south Bide Ofe
STRANG & BLACK.
Practice in all Courts of the
116 West Okla. Ave,, Guthrie.
al-o solicit perspective work and
wash drawings from
Q. W. BURTON,
flW ,& SeCOIlfJ Haild OOOlIS
Hiffhesi price paid for rub
ber. ci'Dier. LiabS and scran
'iron ot al! hinds Wagons sent
to all parts i.f the city for 'tfuff.
Ill S StTcond St , Guthrie, O.T
Nothing has ever equalled iL
Nothing can ever surpass it.
5oc & f 1.69
A t . -ect For All Throat and
t. e: Lung Troubles.
Y-cncy bac.k if it f&!)t. Trial Dottle free.
Ask the Doctor
Ask him if he has any ob
jection t'o our filling ycui
prescriptions. If he -has
we would like to 1qow
the reason. If we car. t
fill them as cheap and as
good as anybody else we
wont chaige you a cent
The Corner Drug
Store " Ng v
Cor. OWol OLnd First
The Huff Studio
ALL-nOCND KXPF.LI.1-Kl 1
High-grade Photography that is . ,
Unexcelled in the city artlstli an i f r
lMniab most elegant style mosi i m i
I'lm-class execution, In every resj , .
speclnlrcommcrctalirorlc technu i truth
Th.li Studio' vlW(. anU tnterlnri - u t
('nsarpaued portraits and enu ims true
Done In a manner sure to pleast u
In portrait ana picture In vliws tT-atar
Our work aatisHos so does the yr ct
C. A. HUFF. GUTHRIE,
Artist and Manager. O T
Attorneys can have briefs print
in a few 'hours time
Proofs Read and Revised.
We are bnttin' in? the buffi
XIV . Ck. . j - " -"
Only first class outfit in th
territories. Write for sarapl
ana get prices.