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THE LEADIIrt, GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA. FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1904,
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THE LEADER PUZZLES.
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TOOK A STRAW VOTE.
Interesting Experiment In a Rettau
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IVhat four things seen on the dining table are represented her??
lolutvo ef yesterday's apple puzzle: One has five apples the other seven.
lit i our Wants.
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An add-tlsing agnr, reprceo in n
primlncnt NV-r York mapaI.ie whiii
mi a u u vimim tr.. was dii. ni;
mil' ew-nlni? m a Pitt-lung itMauinnl
WhlJe wal'lng tor Ins erJer he
ulanrtil oer hist ne wspapt i ami no
ticed the advertisement of a well
known dyspepsia preparation Smart's
Dy-pepsia faMi s as hr himieir was
a regular ustr o ihe tables, he be
gan specttRiting as u how many of
the other traveling men In the fining
room were also friends of the popular
remedy for Indigestion
He says. I counted twenty-three
men at the tables and In the ho el of
fice I took the trouble to Interview
them and was suprised to learn that
nine of the twenty-three made a prac
tice of taking one or two of Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets after each meal.
One of tho told me he had suffered
so much from stomach trouble that at
one time he had bwn oblglde to quit
the road, but since using Stuart's Dys
pepsia Tablets had been en'irely free
from lndigestfen, but he continued
their tine, especially while traveling,
on account of Irregularity In meals
and because like all tmveiino- man i.
wo often obliged to eat what he
could get an-1 not always what he
Another, who looked the picture, of
neniin, saw be never ate a meal with
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O OKLAHOMA NPUs. r
Burnfd 0 Death.
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M' Mm Roland, who n
milt's southwest of Meeker
OOCOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO O !Ut UkIag a s,urt' Tablet elterward
-v...IVS ,, uniiu mi wiint ne lueasea
five (.ii .- per lino, first insertion:
Ivo an I or,"-ha'f cents per line each
OTil PrtlATE and company money
t. loan on city property Phone 47.
IOR SALE Good family
, h rse Address "T. C ,
R s VLE Quarter sawed oak bed
"m'nt flfteen dollars, cost HO.
.' F Oram avenue
FOR SALE TOWN PROPERTY.
run BALf, l-lVe BOO(1 lotB in tllltt
town of Hunter, Garfield county.
Reasonable, good Investment. Addreei
C. T. Wish Uuthrlo, Okla.
GIN LOCATION Pre gin slto given
in CactH, Creqjc nation, Indian territory-
New town, excellont lo'atlon
No gin thei e. Largo crop assured. Gin
must b6 built at onco. Addre1
Smith Western Railroad lownslto Co
Weleotka, 1. T.
tulf SALE Rose comb, brown leg
turn eprps. betting. $1 5o for fifteen.
2 Ea-f Washington avenue
OR RENT Nine room house, hot
liund cold wafer, electric light, phone.
iT Soirh Kh M. L. Wost.
WANTED JIi to learn barber trade,
Qraduete earn top wages. Few
weeks completes by this method. Can
nearly earn expenses. Tools and dip
lomne given when through. Catalogue
mailed free. Moler D'arber College,
St. Louis, Mo.
opened the toe door and stuck il
ends of Mini dij earn stalks Intr
:hi tire The Mare flasTieti aiontt t ii
Ktlk and et fire to the dre of tht
It tie one In a few seconds the
chill's clothes and hair vrre ablate
and despite the efforts of Mr Itnland
the flesh of the little airl was scorch
ed and shiiveled Dr. Smith wa
called and did everj'thlng In his pow
er to saw the life or the little suf
ferer, but all was of no avail.
In nfemptlng to wive'hls child a'
the time of the fire the hands of Mr.
liolnih were badly burned, and his 8
venr-old daughter had one hand irnin-
Tully burned n attempting to assist
her little sister Meeker Herald.
TO KEEP THE RANGE FREE.
Stookmen of Northwest Oklahoma
Complete Permanent Organ
ization. Stockmen of Northwestern Oklaho
ma today completed permanent or-
ganlEDtlon for the purpose of keep
ing the range free in that locality
The country is being rapidly set
tle 1 by homesteaders. They elec ci
i.aivm uienn president and T O
James, secretary. The board of di
rectors Is composed or five members.
Zach Cain, J C Denlson and ( L
unmmer, with the addition of the
and when he pleased without tear of
a sleepless night or anv other trouble.
SMll ano'her need theta because ho
wa subject to gas on stomach, caus
ing pressure on heart and lunn. short-
nes of breath and d 1st rose In cheat, president and secretary. The com
which he no longer experienced since mlttee to draft by-laws, rules and reg-l
411 ll-V J. II)
T1k Kil Yon Have Always Bought, ruwl aIiI1i Iuih looti
ill usn iii. liver :wi rni'a. n lirpi . i ..!
, , ,. . u.. Ba -..ir.,.,,j ii.
, nuri lins been mndo timlcr Ills pur-?-.
.oimi supervlsicm Rlnco its infitiuiy.
AlldW TklXllin toilnci'lvi vim In lil-
All Coimtcrfults, IniHntions unci Jtist-ni-Kootl" aro lint
Expcrlmonts tlmt trlllo with and nrti.ti- r tlte li.-alth of
Infants ami Children-Expoi-Jeo najilnHt Kvporiinunt.
What is CASTOR5A
astorItv is a harmless substitute for Cnstr OH, J'aro
Koric, Iro))s and Soothing1 Sjrups. It 1h ricnnant. It
contains neither 0ttuin, Morphine nor other Mareotlo
Ntvlistancc. Its ago I Us guarantee' It destroys IVorme
nn.) allays Feverlshness. It cures Dlarrhctsu and AViini"
Cohv.'. It relieves Teethliifc Troubles, envos Oonstipntlon
and Flatulency. It nssiinilntcs tho Food, rcgulntCH tho
Stomach and liowcls, Rl ilnK healthy and natural Hleop.
The Children's Panacea- -Tho Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORSA ALWAYS
Bears tho Siguaturo of
f J Jm9-&- .rn
The EM You Ha?e Alwar: Bought'
Over 30 Years.
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using the tablets reaularly
Another clalme.1 thai Stuart's Dys-
uiaiions or uie association Is com
posetl of T O James, C. A. Hiich and
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pepsla Tablets was the onlv nnf It B. Oulnn
remedy he htd ever fourwl for souri territorial charter has been sk
atomach and acidity. He had form- ed for. W A. Nnylw was sHeoieii
eily used common soda to relieve the cattle inspector
trouuie, but the tablets were much bet
Guthrie's JLeading Hotel,
Eaton & Van Duyn, Props.
Rates!.! 00 and tl Mwr n-i
w lujjj' ciuriiiv
It. LUTHER WEST
Notary Public and
Tpw" " TTi Tr - - y
For l.IyHOIt, HltDGS,
The only Krclm
ll In Ik. .
HARRY'S HACK LINE J
PitOMPT CAKKIAGE SEItVil E
ALLH NKII1T OH CAT t
1'hoiie HI K C. IIrn I
I M 1. 1 I I I I I I 1 I I H I I f
j WHY NOT RENT A SAFETY DE-
lOSIT BOX IN A MODERN STEEL
Fault and feel that your
Ialuables are secure? from
TO $3 PER YEAR PAYS FOR ONE,
bcORDING TO SIZE. SEE THE
IAPITOI. NATIONAL BANK ABOUT
We are 'buttin' in" the but-
class outfit In the
Write for sample
jd " prices.
WANTKD A good girl foi general
house work Apply at 506 H. Vllns
WANTED CTeai cotton rags at tbls
Guthrie Towel Supply.
Towels and aprons of all kinds fur
nlshed at very reasonable rates. See
me before you buy. Walter Hammock
with American Hand Laundry
G. W. Bruce
BOOKKEEPER AND ACCOUNTANT
Rooms 2, 8. 4 Bamford
Building Guthrie 0. T.
Special attention (Ivcn to the exam
ination of County Accords and books
of a Mercantile character.
Referencci : Board of eounty com
mltsloners, Logan county: Board of
county commlMlonera, Dewey Co.;
Board of county commissioner!,
Blaine county: my bank Hi Guthrie.
ter and safer in use
After smoking, drinking or other ex
cesses which weaken the digestive or
gans, nothing res-ores the uomach to
a healthy, wholesome condition so ef
fectually as Stuart's Tablets.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets contain
the natural aigesUvts, pepsin, Jlatoso,
which every weak stomach Jaoks,
as well as mix. hydrastlti. anil yellow
parllla. and can be safely relied on as
a radical cure for every form of itoor
digestion. Sol by druggists every-
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i HAW BALSAM
C1nu ud beuiinu the blr.
Norer P1U to Ufklore Qr"
JI.r to ( youthful CqlsTfk,
c.m,nii Drufyliu " I
NeB.t Pressing Glvrb
Will cali for and de
liver your Clothes.
Cleaned and prised' for $1:60
('See our Samples of the Latest")
Styles of Spring and Summers
k Suits from $15.00 up. J
Ladies' Clothing' Given Special
Royal Botel Base
ment. Phone 44.
Ernest B. Metz,
HARD-ON LILY GROWEnS.
Warm' Weather Is Causing Them to
Bloom Too Early.
This warm weather n hard on the
growers of Raster lilies. Thev nr
fighting It as hard as they can. but.
desplto their efforts, unless It turns
cold, it Js probable that the crop wHl
be largely In full bloom before that
day arrives. It la too warm for tho
flowers, and they nr growing too rap
idly. Easter IIIIos are native to the Ber
muda Islands, -but ore propagated
hore, and rnleed by the thousands.
Thoy grow from bulbs, and these are
nursed along at this time of the year,
with the Idoa of bringing thorn to per
fection jiUEastor. In avorage weath
er this can bo dono easily, but with
abncJrmally warm or cold and dark
woathor It Is a hard task to regulate
them. The warmth has boon so gen
eral this spring that they have grown
more rapidly than was calculated,
and much trouble has ensued among
Chandler to Okmulgee.
The contract has been let by ih
Frisco ra'lroad for the extension of
he Guthrie lino from Chandler to Ok
mulgee, where It will connect with
the Ozark and Cherokee Centrnl. It
was expected that work would begin
PUNISHMENT FOR PRISONERS.
arx w MaVL'.-wrmJar i-y
Sentences of From Two to
Years Are Given.
E. N Stockbrklgo, convicted of as
sault to kill, was sonlonced at llan-
gum lo six years In the penitentiary.
Jefferson D. Healey was given ten
tyours for killing 1L Bell last fail, nnd
r.uHur Atien, cnargec with cutting his
own and his wife's throat whh deadly
Intont, was declared lniane.
.ICd Davis, 1 W. Davis and J. G.
Smith received two years each fot cot
At Alva Grant Miller was setauced
II yoa will pay a visito the
Carriage and Wagn Wark?
322 S. Division St
We will show you how we
fi.. .. ., .. . "', ,. (,. ou "b i "By
n.to ttui'u'jiiuuinu, wuiuing anu neaiinjf tnem, tnus proserv
my the wood-work from injurya wonderful invention which
cost a large sum of money in order to be up-tc dale. Ovr shop
has the Only Henderson T're Setter in this section of the
United States. We also have the verv latest Goodyear Rubber
Tire Machine. We put first quality rubber thes on any wheel
that rolls, buggy or wagon. New vehicles made to order Re
pairing, painting and trimming our specialty. You jre invited
to visit our factory, the best equipped hi "pe Southwest.
First cla&sHorseshointr SCHICKR AM W1CKMA1
Cor Vine and Clqvcnaml
Rates reasonable. Special at
tention gievn to boarders.
N. B. Smith, Prop.
ALU THIfl I1BST BKANDS OP
LIQUORS, WINKS, CI
Gontloman In Attendance
and Bost Sorvlco In
ALL TUB HEST HRANDS OP )
I3EER AND SOFT DRINKS.
-. -at visMiii, atiiuvt num imuuwu "f Xm
to ovn yoom Imprifeonment for cat- Jjw&jp&g
Hand made shoes that fit and
wear. Best Repair work in th?
city. Of course you know liim
W. W. BROWN
Boot and Shoe Shop.
Cor. Oklahoma and and Broad
The Name Witch Hazel.
Tha name Witch Hazel Is much
abused. K. C. DeWItt & Co . Chieairo.
ars lh Jpwtntors of the original and
OnUfWMttte Witch Haiel Salve. A
certain cure for Cuts. Burns. Bruises,
Kczems. Tetter. Piles, etc. There are
many coun'erfeits of this salve, some
of which are dangerous, while they are
all worthless In buyiog Witch Ilaxei
Salve see that the name B. C. DeWItt
& Co., Chicago, is on tha box and a
cure Is certain. Sold by J. N. Wallace.
Special to Daily Leader.
Hennessey, 0kla March 11 The
Socialist! met la mass convention
Thursday Id the Ili-van 'tuilMlnr- Tha
Need Ns Aid to Defeat Russia. I arsnventinn w. aita.i m n.i. h. .,
Special to Daily Leader. chairman of tje Hennessey local. C.
Oklahoma City, Okla., March 11. 'i. Renshaw was chosen chairman or
Powell Morton of this stty. offered his th,s convenMon and J V Kotachny.
s-niees to Jspan In the war through 'secretary
the Japanese minister at Washington! The following icket wan nomlnat
He received a reply today from the ed
ralnUier statljjg bis services were de-J city clerli. J V. Kolachny; treasur
cliaed, because Japan could defeat or. Glen Moore; assessor, H. S Crab-
Russls without asslgtanco. jtreo; police Judge. H. Zuber; councll-
'man. First ward. Z T Hllblib, Sec-
Harrj'8 hack line desen-es your ond ward. None. ThlrJ ward, J Q.
patronage Calls promptly answered. Henry; Fourth ward. None. Fifti
'Phone 64. K C bar?. .ward, C. T Renabaw
Contract Let for 750 Tents.
Special to Dally Lcador.
Lawton, Okla, March 11. Tho Ok-
Ihaoma world's fair association yes
terday contracted with Milton Uuroh.
president of the Lincoln Tont & Awn
ing company of Lincoln, Nob., for two J. O. Yohn and S J. Korf; for conn y
hundred and fifty tents to bo usod bypreasurer, Riley Smith; for superin
tho association on its grounds at St. tendent of mtbllo Instruction, re n
Lculs, for tho accommodation of Its' Nelson: for emmtv anvmrnr s a
raombeiH who will attend the fair. Joyoer; for coroner. Dr Knee: for
These tenta aro to he delivered by , commissioner, north distrlet. Walter
the first or April and will be ploeec McKeekan and C D Baker; for com
In readiness for the opening of the mlssioner, south dlstricr, a P. fierce
rair. The contract with the company 'and 1 A Venoc, representative,
auo proriaes Uiat the company Is to Avers K Ross.
provide at the same rate all further
i en's necessary to the demands of the
The Oklahoma world's fslr sssocia
lion is composed principally of busi
ness and professional men of this
city. They have a charter and hold
regular meetings of 'he directors to
look arter the matters or the associa
tion In general They have more
than two hundred representatives on
Estimates Cheerfully Furntslted'
Bell Tel. 180 Shop 111 N, lfek
Barber and Bath Parlors-.
Corner Division am) Oklahoma Av.
uuuti tnJU CJ, JiailM.
RAILROADS INTO SHAWNEE.
Rumor is That Four Will Build With
Special to Daily Leader.
Shawnee, Okla , March II it is
rumored hre on good authority that
four new railroads will be built Into
Shawnee within the next vsr Th
Wie roau working ror them covering Fort Smith and Wt stern, a railroad
I lblnh nmmn iHillni. v.I ., Ill I I . k
unmiiuura, IIIUIUII (VI11LUIX, JliataCHUl,
Kansas, Kentucky, Illinois, Texas,
Arkansas Colorado, New Mexico, Ne
braska, and all tbe New England
states These representatives have
been out ror months and each reports
great success in the work
Democrats Active In Comanche.
Special to Dally Leader
Lawton, Okla., March 11 Tbe
Democratic county convention will be
held here April i There are a nuin
her of candidates seeking the nomine
tton for the county offices as follows:
For sheriff, C. C Hammonds; for
probate Judge, W II. Huseey; fcr
county attorney. S M Cunningham,
for ; county clerk, James Sampson
and Ross M Houston, for regis'er cf
deedB, J Robert Qlllam, J. II. Ingram.
Abernathy & Co.,
- GLAZIN(i, ETC.
Wallpaper 2c per roll and up.
East Okltx. Ave.
Intilt by capitalists beaded by II. C
Frick, the steel magnate, proposes u
build a branch line from Prague to
thl city a distance of tweniy-tw
mllex Th.s railroad U building a line
fr-ro Fort Smith to 8t LouU, an I
probabl) will become a iar. of ih
I'ennsylsula sysititu The Mbtauur
Pacific has a force of engineers In the
tleld, and it Is known tha deorge
Gould Intends inading this section by
building a line from Wagoner I T
i-juthwtn 'o a connection with tin
Txo- a. Psriflc lw uin-s wet .t
Fort Wcrtb. Bbawaee is on toe pro
posed line, and tbe engineers will be
in the el'y io a few weeks. The Osark '
& Cherokee Central will build t rom I A huasjhol.. necessity
Okmulgee, I T It la announced that K Ufrii Oil Heals
.i. m . ,... .. ...I
ue . uuiiaw
miles kouth f here, to Denison this
rail going from Aher to Sulphur. Ra
via. Tishomingo and Mead, where u
will go tt. lirlson iver the Piaiter
em on of the Frisco
Forrester Mernsey In Lawton.
Special to Dally Leoaor,
! Lawton, Okla., March 11 -E F.
Mi rrUey, government foreater ln thu
fore- resene wmi of tbe mlllury re.
ih ion, was in the oil y yesterday to
"" medical attention for bis ey
w-'h wss badly buied in the prslrl
Are t.f yeh'eria He states that th
n'e extend d oi the foret retcr
all t Li Mi-h he mountains. The min
er uii'i u.nr famli.s have asiKte
the fop..- ..nd his men in checking
th (Uni - !!i (uixi' to tbe city for
!uiihi vn.ow ut getting men to aid
in :hb exteruiination of the fire
Oklahoma & Gulf wiiiv.our is of any sort, cures sore tbma-
cxtend lb line from Ahw, ifteenjeroup tatarrh asthma, never fai'