Oklahoma Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 19, 1901 Page: 8 of 8
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1901.
Christmas Foot Comfort
J. M. Brooks, Manager.
Fridayv Dec. 20
Our large and well selected stock of bo'iday
footwear is such tl.at the most careful buyer
HONEST SHOES AT LOW °R!CES
Eisenschmidt & Weckel
One Price Feet Fitters
Subscriptions for all magazines and
papers received at publishers prices,
at Ullie's Book Store.
Elks' coctail at the Royal bar.
Dolls, the largest line in the city at
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Phillips & Russell
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Present the New Yoik World's
i hree-Act Cartoon Comedy
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Fine pocket kniv«s am* razors, suit-
able far Christmas D'aaenU, at OI
Fat lady—Don't sleep too much; ex-
erslse; don't eat fats and sweets. To
reduce Hesh rapidly take Rocky
Mountain Tea. Acts directly on the
fatty tissues. 35c. Ask your druggist.
Calumet Baking Powder is the lead- Uneeda vacation. Holiday excur-
er In this market. Its popularity If sion tickets on sale December 21, 22
bused upon genuine merit. I and 23 by the "Choctaw Route.
Placed on earth to please the peo-
ple. Good for brain-workers. Brings
double-distilled pleasures to all who
use Rocky Mountain Tea made by
Madison Medicine Co. 35c. Ask your
Books, Bibles and Photo Albums,
what eau make nicer presents? See
the line at Lillie's book store.
iSIks' cocktail at the Royal bar.
H, Todd, the attorney, real estate
and loan man has moved his office to
the front rooms over the Guthrie Na-
tional bank, formerly occupied by
Mayor Ball and W. M. Spurlock.
And the Yellow Kid
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A screaming Comedy,Sparkling
Mnsic, Chorus of Pretty Girls.
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Special Prices 25=35-50
BELIEVES IT'S RIGHT.
President Ripley Says There Arc
Plenty of Cattle.
E. P. Ripley, prestdent of the Saat l
Fe, in giving his views on the present
railroad situation said:
"Rather too much seems to have
been made of t'.ie increased movement
of cattle to market as a result of the
] corn shortage Our receipts from
cattle traffic up to the end of Novem-
ber were only $110,000 in e-tcess of
receipts from this source a year ago,
so that the extra number moved out
has not been very large. There are
still plenty of cattle in our territory,
and there is abundance of fodder, the
corn deficiency being made up by al-
i falfa. millet and other kinds of feed.
J There will be no corn for shipment, (
| but farmers have enough to supply j
"The rate situation is not satisfac- j
tory though perhaps no worse than it i
has been most of the time for the last |
25 years. For some time after the
presidents' agreement was promul- j
gated rates were well maintained, but j
this did not last very long. Spasmodic
efforts have been made from time to
time for years past to stiffen rates
with more or less success, but the im-
proved conditions seldom endure.
I "The irrigation colonies being es-
; tablished on Colorado river by the
Chaffee people are not in our terri-
tory, but we will benefit by some
small similar works in progress else
where and the outlook is for irriga-
tion work on a pretty large scale as a
result of the interest now being taken
in this question. Fruit shipments
from California are just beginning anl
promise to produce a tonnage about
equal to that of a year ago."
For a third of a century Ameri-
can housewives have found Dr.
Price's Baking Powder invaria-
bly a guarantee of pure, delicious
and wholesome food.
Always makes thz perfect biscuit,
cake and bread.
Price Baking Powder Co.,
Note.—Baking powders made from alum
and other harsh, caustic acids are
lower in price,but inferior in work
and injurious to the stomach.
Trains on the Santa Fe saill con-
tinue to arrive with exasperating de-
lay. I,nut. evening's north bound pass-
enger, due at 4:38. did not arrive un-
til !) o'clock.
The hours of the public library
have changed and are as follows on
all days except Monday and legal
12:30 o'clock to 6:00 o elock p. m.
7:00 o'clock to 9:00 o'clock p. m.
Sundays, 1:30 o'clock to 5:30 o'clock
Spend Christmas with kinfolks and
friends in the old states by the
Elks' cocktail at the Royal bar.
Headquarters for Santa Claus, Ren-
fro's drug store.
They can't help it; crabbed old
bachelors and disappointed girls over
30 n,ead Rocky Mountain Tea; carries
them back to childhood's happy home.
35c. Ask your druggist.
On account of having to move Feb.
1, will sell goods at cost or less than
hand-me-down prices. Don't listen
to what people say that are in the
clothing business, but come and see
and you will be inyfirm customer.
Cleaning and pressing a specialty.
Webb Tailoring Co,, 117 South Second
Call on Renfro for everything for
"Side Tracked" was presented to a
packed house at the Brooks' last night.
The play was much improved over
last season and the audience was
s-The Eagle Drug Store-®
Has on display some
elegant useful Christ-
mas Goods We have
the reputation of be-
ing the cheapest
house in Guthrie to
buy Christmas Pres-
ents, and we will con-
tinue to merit it. A
glance at our win-
dows which are jam
full ol Toilet Cases, Glove Boxes, Collar arvd Cuff
Boxes, Ma.nicvire Sets, Work Boxes, Sha.ving Sets,
Smoker Sets. Albums, Games, Dolls, Jewelry,
Cups and Saucers, and every piece marked with a
price ticket which competition will not meet.
Our Window Display with each Article
Priced will help you in selecting Presedts
COME, TO SEE US.
Now is the best time to
select Christmas Presents,
before the stock is pickett
over and the rush is on.
We now have an elegant
line of suitable presents
for men, women and child-
ren. Call and examine our
Jeweler (£L Optician.
Ok. Ave. and 1st St.
| Yanht P'nti Sa!a1 Dressing £
For Mea.ts, Fish and Game
Will Wed Tonight.
The wedding of Miss Alice Terry
and Mr. J. L. Rupard will take placa
tonight at 7:30 o'clock at the Baptist
church. The Rev. Mansfield will per-
form the ceremony.
A condiment of Surpassing
flavor, delicately prepared.
From a Hotel Landlord.
Dear Sirs:—I had no faith in testi-
monials or advertised medicines un-
til I took Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin,
my attention being called to it by a
letter from some one who had been
| cured of what he called chronic con-
; stipation. and I began taking it for
I my case. If any one who reads this j
lias Constipation or Stomach Trouble,
II earnestly recommend Dr, Caldwell s j
j Syrup Pepsin. My one experience j
j and complete cure prompts me to |
j promise that you will find It will do
I all that is claimed for it. Resp.,
U. D. Gurnee,
I Prop. Hotel Paris, Dubuque, Iowa.
| Sold by F. B. LUlie & Co.
Dr. E. A. Abbott, mayor of McAles-
ter, and Dr. Earl of Eufaula, have be«s
ejected from the India nterritory be-
cause they persistently refused to
comply with the law by appearing
before the Choctaw medical board for
examination, to determine their fit-
ness to practice. Both are prominent
and proficien^, but desire to have the
; J. R. Cottingham lias purchased the
lot oil East Oklahoma av«nue occupied
by York's fruit stand, paying $1,030.00
for it. •
TO SET ASIDE JUDGMENT.
An Appeal Case From Payne County
in Supreme Court.
Jasper Exendine has filed in the su-
preme court an appeal from Payne
county in which he, as interpleader,
seeks to have a judgment of the low-.r
court set aside, wherein A. H. Gold-
stein was granted a judgment for
$458.08 against C. O. Taylor for goods,
wares and merchandise sold, and an
order given in his favor to attach real
property, alleged to belong to Taylor.
Exendine claims to hold a prior mort-
gage on the property. He is a squaw
man and has a claim in the new coun-
try. His attorneys are Clark and
A WORTHY CAUSE.
Salvation Army Will Provide Christ-
mas Dinner for Poor
j Preparations are being made by the
| Salvation Army of this city whereby
every poor family will get a Chris;-
! mas dinner free. Baskets will be
I given out on Christmas morning in
time for them to cook it for dinner.
Tickets are being given out by the i
members to every poor family which j
entitles the holder to a basket.
Donations for it will be thankfully
received at 111 Cleveland avenue.
Toys must be sold regardless of
cost, at Renfro's drug store.
the capitol na-
tional ank. o F
ma, offers to de-
business AND RE-
« Christmas Goods
Ordinary household accidents have
no terrors when there's a bottle of
Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil in the medi-
cine chest. Heals buVns, cuts, bruises,
sprains. Instant relief.
Free reclining chairs care by the
"Choctaw Route." No transfer at
The Best Plaster.
A piece of flannel dampened with
Chamberlain's Pain Balm and bound
to the affected parts is superior to
any piaster. When troubled with
lame back or pains in the side or
chest, give it a trial and you are cer-
tain to be more than pleased with the
prompt relief which it affords. Pain
Balm also cures rheumatism. One
application gives relief. For sale by
| C. R. Renfro, druggist.
In I) i a mo nds, Watches,
Kbony Goods, Gold and
Plated Jewelry. Largest and
prettiest stock of Gut Glass
in town. Sterling and plated
Silverware. Come in and
have your goods laid away
before the rush.
E. A. DOUGLAS |
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS |
* FREE .J
The Guthrie Glass and China Co. will give a useful present to everybody j
who calls at their store on Saturday, Dec. 21 and Monday. Dec. 23, between J
the hours of 2 and .3 only
In order to give every lady an opportunity to
buy a Christmas present we are offering
10 Per Cent Off On Dinner Sets
Chamber Sets, Lamps, Jardinieres and Pictures
until December 25. We are having" a special
sale on Glassware. Your choice for 5 and 10c.
These are bargains and will only last till Dec
We have pure lead blown Water Sets that will
go at 9H CENTS.
With every 50c purchase we will give a coupon
entitling the holder to a chance on a handsome
Chamber Set. now on display in our window.
WE GUTHRIE GLASS AND CHINA CO «
r 206 East Oklahoma NEXT DOOR. TO WITTER. BROS. £
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Niblack, Leslie G. Oklahoma Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 19, 1901, newspaper, December 19, 1901; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc121550/m1/8/: accessed February 29, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.