The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 33, No. 22, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 19, 1909 Page: 4 of 8
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H DAILY LEADER
" BY LESLIE C. MS'-ACK.
Published every afternoon from The Leader bv.Uding 1W-10S I;f.r?hv.:i
avenue and entered at the Guthrie? post o'.lee as seootj-cltss matter.
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' Official Paper of Constitutional Convention.
Official Paper of the State Corporation Commission.
Official State Paper.
... (By Enactment of Constitutional Convention.)
Official Journal of the Constitution page 30: 2 "Resolved That This
Guthria Daily Leader be declared-the official paper of the State of Okla-
The Leader is a member of the Associated Press and receives the day
telegraph report of that great nefts organization for exclusive afternoon
publication In Guthrie and thirty miles radius.
Eastern Agency Tribune Building New York.
v Washington News Bureau 1334 B. Street S. E.
Counting Room 109 W. Harrison Phone 75; Editorial Rooms 107 W.
Harrison Phone 03.
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.
la the event of delivery being Imperfect or paper being rolled twlated
or mutilated subscribers are urged to make lmruediats complaint to tin
business office in person by telephone or by mail.
OKLAHOMA CITY FOLK DECEIVED by the town lot salesmen. They sough:
The statement there Is anv consld-!a controversy that their lots may be
erable nntnber of people In Oklahoma!8' advantageously.
City a:igred ai the "assault" of the They arranged to make Shawnee
Guthrie newspapers upon tih ike Jand Guthrie enter that contest no
'town-lot scheme of certain designing flatter liow or vhat the feeling of
persona claiming Oklahoma City aa lle citizens ol the two rival cities.
t i . jOthpr r tpu ocrn'rincr i Krt vnt nn
iiKine la j'reiKJsieiuus. - -. ..iB lu u- .vm-u
In spite of the fact that the Ok!a-were Plowed to come provided they
Loma City newspapers are seemingly t raid expenses for the others. El Reno
'tn.ier the evil influence of the graft-j lon& conteded to be a candidate for
ers and lefuseto tell their readers ' he 8tat capital would have to spend
of the state capital location status 1 forn" S3.D0O to get Into a contest coin-
the more enterprising people of the Paratlvely free to the three cities first
8' ate metropolis realize the name of mentioned. An attorney not a resl-
their c'tv as well as Shawnee and'1'4-'"1 of Oklahoma City and an Illinois
Guthrie is not being used In accord-' town 't salesman were drafters . of
nr wit'i the direction of any conaid- n'8 niiyiity document. In the event
.erable ben" y 'of people. of 10 decision the first election the
Guthrie newspapers were not Instru- nexl bigr-cut can have another try
mental in Itading the contest for ex- Provided ft put up the cost of the
ploitatioi of the fake scheme. The election
press of this city realized and is still I Rlals well doesn't It?
conscious of the fact there is no ex-1 But Ulre a brunette behind t&e
. tuse for pulling a big internecine j8toVe wood.
capital contest off here in a year! The placing or Shawnee and Guth-
when every man should be doing his rfe in the race Is Intended to divide
best to make the banner year of de-M; vote of he central part of the
veloptr-eni in the state. ( state. It Is not contended that any
It was not until the town lot fak- considerable number of people north
fc s commenced tbe use of the names f Oklahoma City would support that
of Guthrie Shawnee and Oklahoma Mace for the permanent capital; like
tlty thi! wlid and erroneous state- 'lse it i believed a respectable min-
mcnts drew The Leader Into a state- or"-y of people In southern and south-
ment about the fake case. (eastern Oklahoma favor leaving the
Tlbe- Leader knew to cer'ainty capital in. Guthrie permanently
(be movement had not the authorized Shawnee is expected to take away
backing of any person or organise- W v'cs from Guthrie and leave
ilon holding the confidence of the the last named city dependent upon
people u remonstrated against a tn ballot of the state from Guthrie
movement that would arouse passion west to the s'ate lines and that see
.nr.d do harm when that movement 'ion northeast of the Arkansas river
nad not the slightest .hope of sue-1 lf Shavwiee can divide the Guthrie
ces hardly bore tue brand of rea- vote it 'vould mik ate present condl
Fon. tion m Oklahoma City had a lone
Every newspaper in the state save chance to get the lead
a to jr. that are hog led to the Okla- In addition to temporary- victory
jioroan for petty favors ' protested 'ith art opportunity for another trial
agiiniit the project ' Editors confess- those sclr.mers with lots platted sev
edl.V in favor of Oklahoma City for n to fourteen miles outside the Ok
the permanent s'ate capital couched lahoma City limits would continue to
their denunciations of the move In sell the credulous "lota along .ide
language as forcible as good news- where th capital is to be located."
naper making would permit. I That tnere is the least likelihood for
A few of the state p-ippis- less Oklahoma City to ever be fhe state
'ban at fortieth approved or threa'.- capital s not claimed by those having
.iied to approve the new movement. ' "if contest In charge.
;!iit the bare facts no more or less Tin people of Oklahoma City have
"van to enable some few speculators fight to know the trend of thought;
f sell off some worthless prairie hay tny nave a right to know who and
meadows as "next to the permanent why thlf premiture .agitation
sttitfe capital" caused the majority fully four years ahead of any oppor-
of those originally friendly to desert tunity tc move the capital; 'but there
the ' schemers. jis not a newspaper in the. state me-
Gu b'ii newspapers printed the en- tropolls i.arcs to print the ordinary
tire literature sent out by the scheit- actual news until it baa been prop
"""era. Guthrie newspapers answered erly censored by the town lot syndi-
the comment .of the metropolis editors cale.
with full R'futst ion fpiotlng what the Guthrie Is fighting only ihe bat-
others had t ay4 it entity. 'ilea of the whole jtiate contesting
No Oklahoma Citv -newspaper has for the upholding of a contract made
dared t.' print the st itemeut of the and voluntarily entered Into with the
cane as advanced by tin? Gu brie Federal Government. When as pre
r.rePR. ' - rvlotisly related the nctual state cap
No Oklahoma City newspaper ftai Hal ror.test comes Guthrie will take
dared print the statements from Enid !e sanv plaoe as other cities asking
Tu'sa Hbawnee Piutlesviile Musko- neither f.ivor or mercy. If she loses
gee Nowata El Reno or Chiekxsha it will be accepted as the will of the
on this topic. . ipfople; lrKe wlriB it will prove the
Why? .. . . '. ! People inanu no further foojfng w;Si
The inane Biaictncnt these places the state's capital. .
are jealoun of Oklahoma City may Liu t the only cdntrovergy now Is
be sufficient to arouse another lot between the honest purveyors of
' metropofir" ba ' if will not be consid- ns to 1 tie motive 'behind' tho town lot
erel competent by the great sover- fakers; the fakers striving bard to
eign peopi of Oklulioina. j convince the people of the state they
? Evt'n jb 'News-Capital ; at McAles- are backed by the State's metropolis
t U.-r coriR'ssing It favors the jne.tropo; an'l th loverful business organ iza-
lis for the perpianent. . Btate capital lions of that same esteemed city
refused tc aid the cooked tap dough Naturally those schemers proclaim
hitil slanted the arrow of correct mor-vto the metropolis its people are being
aln hto the bleeding sides of the ad- defamed for the purpose of discord;
dltion town lot schemers of tbe s'ate with the facts really that the Guthrie
metropolis. eopl know those of Oklahoma City
The childish' offer of cash for the too well in believe there is 'tiny great-
Jiatnes of The men fighting the state nmnbe- of them backing the wild cat
metropolis adventures e'en though k wii lot brigade. -
vJ fighters are residents makes only Cubhr'a has to state Ibe facts; the
a trifle tx'oror showing than that facts ate not pleasing to tbo'se of
hitherto exhibited. ulterior purpose. The fakers are
Ten per cent of th great business shouting lor breaks and bellowing' for
intercstd 6f . Oklahoma City would tympnthy.
vo'e against the change of locations. If they are possesse dof the public
Men (levcting all of their energies to appioval an l ready for action why
developuK-nt of their various enter- this storm of disappointment?
prises; seeking ever an outlet for . Those tel)ows have done the usual
their InciQHsIng capacities do not be- thing fooled themselves and now
Blroying tutlying communities Or cit- lowing fur a mild campaign when
ies. . the very nature of their business re-
That v hick wonsd lj.urt Guthrie and Q Dirts a brass band and sharpers to
etop thu great strides' no being talk people out of their money.
-id ip.titf.r lv affects vry oth?r Conclin.ir.g tbey matched a fight;
-if o(Hht sti'e; lmper'tlf weaker bus- nlvei tls.nr for the Guthrie nowspap-
iiritltunons . destroys crediU t-rs to awaken and get Into the game.
aJ throws "business into confusion They have again proved advertising
no temtKirary increase in reajiy val- g. results in this case It appears
'b -"can Tibpe to "overcome. ' it also tot the hides of the faker ad-
GltrvJh.e caitalrrhaat.hjft.vy8''-'' i .'
dwe teriltorial opening (U pUKfca tn1!V(tw' Is -rfu- r tri chtiHh
ttot capital the people of thl erwS
i.ve with proper pride and spirit in- ' ' .7 . ' ' 1 -' J f
vsed tbousan-ls of dollars-an bun- t?! 1 U ' r"g
..:i' m thousand dollar improveme.it for " " co"a.cl wl h a P easant and so-5-er-i;t
f what Is to be tb state's ale f1T"le who wl 1 Jke ht'ir
frun-:.f home being insufficient to rt of our one lm& to be re-
Bttti -Id CJatlnie spirit. n"'"""'"'- ;
"iH! removal of the state cipittl Govern Hadley algin.! 418 acts
-otSid cost Guthie the loss of muc1) of the remilly adjourned Misourl leg-
"ajiiuT ag now Invest! It could hiuture nudvetoed forty-one raeas-
ufW u I'emiy u vur unf uiv. im wuiiuer wuio mwi ure ti4-
lar lot's o .my other ciiv of ti staf. flared uncoiis'itutional in that etate
The loss it- g'.tn. however does riot No .constitution would bold the vail
enter into the little contest stared ous whereases and wherefores. j
THE LEA'PEK. OUTIIRTE OKLA. SATURDAY JUNE If). 1900.
VERV HONORABLE INDEED
As pn-i!;ted by the "prominent 'it-
Ucvis rally ins to his cau.s' and uta.r-
big". Bo: Kerr "Alio shot Geore Tur-
"ier i-i;ht times in "self ;efe.;e." has
been d:nitte t ball. s -i-
f era an J attorneys were d'-scshtg
what sttouat : Send h-y5flii In' ar-t:-ed
it was ds'c'iarecj "twenty T2
would hold this man to the court for
I' was also according So the pjers
of the nu-tropolis. felt by the officers
it ..would be best-to bond the man
forcing the grand jury to take some
action'. ' .o that it might be cleaned
up 'Jt as early as possible date."
Funnei more "if the bond is male
:oo high it will or might have an in-
fluence as to enormity of guilt."
The dispatches did no! relate wheth-
er the city went on Mr. Kerr's bond;
perhaps not. But It was as obliging
as could be the amount and arrange-
ment all leing made. If dispatches are
correct Po as to inconveuienee 110
Cer alnly things improve. No one
should lie allowed inconvenience tu
a state nit tiopoiis for a little thing
like "plugging" a fellow lawbreak-
er. Already has Mr. Kerr been depriv-
ed of fiv or six days personal man-
agement of his booze and gambling
joint. It may be that several dollars
escaped him while confined against
his will and expectation but by spe-
cial oidinanee hurried through per-
haps the city ill make thaf loss
Certain!. Mr. Kerr a prominent cit
izen of such high honv a. couple of
dime will hold him to court for mur-
der ought not to be forced to losn
a penny because the killed : t man.
Perish the thought:
First thing you know Oklahoma
City officials will commence confin
ing men at least ten days for Still
ing people. However when one
"plugs" an unarmed man eight ' tlmos
in self-uelense why he should lie
given the usual banquet nhjre oi
packing house stock and a -badge a?
ine of the real boosters. I
Along with some 1800 others news-
papers The Leider has adopt! the
policy of publishing scriptural verse:
from two to four times each week
Tuesday being the day chosen for
pedal contributions . from readers.
Send In a few verses those which
ippeal to you of educa'ional value
ptotlng veibatln. giving booit chap
er and verses. Ad lresa The Leader
Icrlpturo column. The Idea originat-
ed with a man of international fame
w':o has been long interested In try-
ing to isrouse an ln erest in biblt
jtudy and who believes the ft1 vers
s printed each day in the American
English and German newspapers
'nave already been the cause of 3000-
m people taking up the study of the
'lible for the education deriveJ there
Colone Jake Hamon's political gen
3ial .. .lis'jimo should be discharged. He
mly goes after one job at a time for
VIr. Jake and all know that will nev-
';t land the Irrepressible a placv.
iince the first of the yea- Mr. Ha
man has been a candidate for mayor
if La won; defeated then a con' est
nt for tr-e position through recount 01
'ourt-; applicant for postmaster at
Lawion and also a candidate for-gov
?rnor subject to some sort of a nom
nation. Not Blnce the day when Mr.
Hamon first annexed Lawton for J
home iha he allowed his managing
ifflceseeker to putter around with ont
it two aplicj;ions at a time. New
Tiaiiagenient will be necessary to get
Mr. Jake a nice fat berth with prop
dp salary attachments. '.'
The report that high waters id Sa-
'Ina Kansas had stopped the platting
if a new "addition" to Oklahoma City
is not believed. The "well-located-tomewhat-out"
lots south of. tihe Red
-iver were abandoned because the lot
schemers fear the Texas laws.
3 8ALAMAGUNDI. O
A writer says a gossip is a person
piling nil ri she or it knows and
hen some more yet. . .
You ran get ready for a great even!
uul enjoy it but it. never waits if you
ire not ready.
They probably call those high-heeled
women's boots "French" because tht
Vearer wobbles so when walking.
None of the great generals or state-
nen ever had to be called out of bed
tfhlle there was planning to do.
Any man can climb the waterwagon
-Hit It is harder to stay on when tut
driver tin ns a sharp curve.
Remember It is easier to etart a
fight than to enforce peace.
Carnegie and Mrs. Sage may do 0
owcr oc good In their philithronk
vuys but it is also true the money
hey extortel from the toilers might
have done more good if handled di
tectly by those wiho earned it.
A farmer puts the big potatoes or
lop-to protect the smaller ones fron
he well' her changes.
Doctors don't make as much fust
'n public over their patients as law
vers bn;' they wallop the pursa when
Genersllr.i.:peaking heart disease If
a malady covering all cases the med
havo lieen unable to find out
Lecturing otheiv over their faults
ii? more fun that tisylng to correct our
own. Also easier v
f f '"''.; ;i ' . '
H?uv .1:1.. ' .... ' .. .
k 1 ' MtiJigi'i uuyiuttfii no -tieciires
up 1a Rwny tuny iiiuues mm uetermin-
en' (to get big enough prevent whip-
pings just as soon as psible.
It never gets too hc-t to'jgr to a roal
crackln" pood ball game.
Getting ready for church tnkies
longer when It is an even "le'ml
in 4 VA vS.rln
THE BEST P0
... : . I 1 1 n M a M M . m t m.i i II IN I - ii-ii
O WHAT IBITORS ARE f Af INS O
0 0 o 0 0 O C0 OOdOOOOO
"i'.Hls "as Capital sbvs it is
jsu'ing Crl'..te to New Ens-!a.-d.
' ' .
!ouisvi'U (Ky.) Courier-Journal
says it wearies of jmpers or tariff
reform after tariff upward officers
are elected! . J
ConiKner declares some 0f
hardest pickers against Aldrich pre
getting what they voted for.
. Colliers Weekly affirms if Taft ac-
ceptfl' Aldrich bill he accepto dis-
honor by signing same.
Ladies Home Journal refuses to
mix in politics or associate with Re-
pubs. who want to revise tariff up-
wards Chicago Tribune affirms Republic-
an should not forget the fifty years
the Democracy controlled the coun-
try without practical opposition and
forty years of famine.
4 Wasted His Materials
(Topeka Kansas. Canittl)
Gen. Coibin says be "made' Presi-
dent Taft. if that is true it is up to
Gen. Corbin to explain his foolish
wast 0? building material.
If Ke Can't Climb Trees
(Topeka Kansas Capi al)
We refuse to become alarmed because
i bull that can trot a mile An 2 :30
has been produced. But if they should
finally produce a bull that can climb
a 're-- that would be & menace.
Predict Death for Todd
(New York Herald)
Experienced aeronauts are discus-
lng with much Interest the recently
tnounced plans of Prof. David N.
Todd of Amherst college to make f
balloon apcensdon of 10 miles In bM
nroject to establish communication
with the planet Mars. Prof. Todd ex-
pects to make the daring flight in
September and Leo Stevens of New
York is now constructing a large
balloon of special design to be used
in the scientific work.
Men who have devoted their lives
t0 ballooning say It has always been
regarded' as Impossible for a man-carrying
balloon to reach any hing like
in altitude of 10 miles and that even
f the balloon would rise to that point
the atmosphere would not sustain hu-
man life. '
There are at present no authentic
records of the highest altitudes reach-
ed by balloons and It is hoped that
Prof. Todd s experiments if they do
nothing more will Inspire new inter
est on both side3 of the Atlantic
and open the way for important sci-
Aeronauts say that at a certain al
iltudo 'he air becomes so thin and
light that 'a 'hydrogen-filled balloon
-arrying the necessary weight of a
basket and r man will no longer rise;
therefore to rise above t fo.it point be
ximes impossible. The weight of the
air on the earth Is one and two-ten
hs ounces to the cubic foot. At 3 1-2
miles froiil" the earth it weighs only
alx-'enths of an ounce a cubic foot.
111 1 it has been f'gured out that at
10 miles the weight of the atmosphert
would be less than fifteen-one-hun
Iredths of an ounce to the cubic foot
find th-ii a bijlloon carrying more
-han the weight of the gas envelope
Dculd never reach that point.
' Lawrence Kansas Gazet'e)
It -Waving been stated that William
llen White did not take a typewritei
wlh him on his travels tihere is but
me conclusion to arrive at in lef
"rence to his letters that are pub
Mshed In his own paper Walt Mason
iooks at a line or two hen the copy
omos in and proceeds io beat out
m his own typewriter what he thinks
White ought to have said.
Johnnies And Those Yank
(Sabna Kansas Journal)
7'eu thousand armed "Johnnies"
were concentrated in Memphis recent-
ly. Had this information been brought
tp North 15 years -ago. It would have
aused a vastly different sensation
imong the "Yanks" than it did re
.-ently. The ten thousand "Johnnies'
at Memphis were the relics of a once
jowerful at my which fough t as nev-
er any .tirny ever fought save one
and thin .one was composed of
"Yanks." With faltering steps many
if those white-haired boys in gray
marched 8i0ng the scorching thorougti
lares but when the officers tried to
;et the feebler ones to drop out did
hey succeed? No indeed for the splr
It of that veteran corps wa3 as high as
t was nearly half a century ago when
hey followed Pickett on tihe fatal
;harge or hurried the fleeing "Yanks"
it the Wilderness. To the thrilling
shriek of the fifes playing Dixie they
marched on with their rusty old mus
'ieis and tray hognespun soli's splen
ild relic f a lost cause. Tfm soldiers
f ;he South are only less to be hon-
ored than the soldiers of the Nortu.
t Is not the old soldier either of
Nor h or South who is responsible for
teeping alive the smouldering fires
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$ . . THE STATE PRESS. O
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Hugo Daily News says Hugo is the
'(est town In the woild save the city
Down state papers lay bad weather
onto the comf with tha' long tall.
Vv'fig-rs-ir'.WI W v'ould like for the
management of the harvester trust to
go to Wagoner and receive a person-
al opinion not to be printed.
Ft. Cobb Record thinSs that village
has more reel ball players than any
other place 0? similar size.
The Republic says El Reno has letn
overrun with sharpers the past week.
The Santa Fe lias ln'fn working
20.1 ittra men between hero audi
Knid for some time resurfacing the
traik preparatory to ballasting of
the roadbed' which will 1 agin next
j- 1 '.
My Entire Slock of Palnls and Wall Paper. .A nice
clean stock ;of wall paper thai can be had for 5 to 8c a
roll. This k your chance I am going out. o fc the wall
paper business ramts for-l gMja $1.50
other places." The house pamt nit room
for other goods. Do not dely come today.
'" m6'W.Oklahomae. ' 1 Vs" ? I
O COMMUNICATIONS. O
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An Interesting Bit of History.
Editor Leader In commenting on
the rect-nt finding of a stone at
Erick Okla. bearing the date off
1704 W. H. Clift of this place who
is an intense student of pioneer his-
tory of the Southwest said: "I no-
jiice some of our. newspapers tnd
others are inclined to 'discredit" the
genuineness of the Erick stone be-
cause of Its remoteness from civili-
zation in 1TC4. .In this our friends
are very much mistaken. The Span-
ish had prominent settlements at
San Antonio long before that time
and military expeditions ..from-that
post sighted the Wichita "mountains
about the time In question. Those
mountains were .named .by-the Span-
iards for the tribe of Indians of that
name who occupied them at the time
and until as late as 1S50. The Co-
manches were roaming from the low-
er Rio Grande as" far north as the
Canadian and could have very easily
Drought this party Into the neighbor-
hood of what is now Erick. The
fact that he was an Englishman indi-
cates nothing to refute i the theory
that he was one of the San Antonio
colonists for ' people of various na-
tionalities were to be found in those
settlements. T!ae exact character of
the stone could be used as a tracer
if no similar rocks are found la the
locality. An exht ustlve - history of
the Southwestern Tndl-in tribes now
In manuscript by Dr.t Bolton former-
ly of the Texas State university but
nm- of Leland Stanford when pub-
lished no doubt will throw mch
light on these' apnarently strange and
reman tic stories." .- -"
.T. Ai MORLEY.
Hastings Okla. June.lG.
SCRIPTURE READING O
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"The vision of Isaiah the son of
Aititiz whlcib-.he saw concerning Ju-
dah and Jerusalem In the days of
Uzzlah Jotham Ahaz and Hezekiah
kings of Judah.
"Hear O. Heavens and give ear
0 earth: for the Lord hath sjioken
1 have nourished and brought up
children and they have rebelled
"The ox knoweth his owner and
the ass his master's crib: but Israel
doth not know my people doth not
"Ah sinful nation a people laden-
d with iniquity a seed of evil doers
children that are corrupters; they
have forsaken the Lord they have
nrovoked the Holy- One of Israel un-
to anger they are gone away back-
ward. "Why should ye be stricken any
more? ye will revolt more and more:
the wi'-ole bead is sick and the whole
"And the- strong shall be n tow
o"d the maker of It as a spark and
they shall both burn toeether. and
riAne shall quench them.' Isaiah
Chap. 1 verses t-2-3-4-5 and' 31.
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OR MONEY REFUNDED.
iwimiimiiiiwii i in iww nwiuir
5tonn masions bricklayers carpen-
ters and etc. for work at tho Oklaho-
ma Agricultural and Mechanical Col-
ltKe at Stillwater. Apply to Cook Con-
struction Co. Carl H.' Fuller Supl.
Farm Loans Real Estate
Fire Lightning Tornado c
cidenti Plate Glass and all other
F. A. Googins
Phone 8641201 W.0klaAe.
O C M. GRANT
l Auctioneer '"'"'; ''
O 17 Tear Experience Cmc
O Bales. Ca'd us 'phct Tf 1
8 my cxpsiia.
8 St. KS.1KT '
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lor fl fit nt hu. Will mni tiMmnnv&ti H Aw
Ctot and com-
fortable Canvas Shoes
Ankle' i- Strap
60c to $1.00
$1.25 to $2
$2 to $3
Over 20 Years of Ex-
On account cf the fcpleuJld hard-
ness wo have enoyed we will con-
linue our low prices in order to
give all the benefit.- Come in now.
flood Set of Teeth $5 00
22 Karat. Gold Crowns $4.00
Bridge Work .' $4.00 to 5.00
White Crowns. .......... 3.00
Pure Gold Fillings $1.00 up.
Teeth extracted without pain 50c.
All work guaranteed.
Northeast cor. Okla. ave. and 1st. eL
CHICHESTER S PILLS
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lrnavit. Ash for 11 ltM TVHH
ycf t known iu Bent Saest. Mwtyt klisM
SOLD Blf DJJUGOISTS EVERYK'KtKE
The kind you want
At lowest cost
Cfcoke Baryaisis in City Propwt j
See M. L. MOCK
114 1-2 E. Oik Xve. Ml
UULi J I nUleg ia 8 i 20 Uft;
tO to -lays effects irHneiit cur.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 33, No. 22, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 19, 1909, newspaper, June 19, 1909; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc613993/m1/4/: accessed January 19, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.