The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 33, No. 22, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 19, 1909 Page: 7 of 8
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THE LEADER OFT HIM 11 OKLA. SATUmUV JU
CZ J. M.
"What are You Mimnj: How Lnnj; arc You (.Wmg t lhurg Dark Why loit YOU get some of the Qui
Profits ami the Jiig.Monev that are Chann'int; 1 lands in the. .Market Place of ihe Mimninnkers i
Brand -new wheel.
Will sell for
Regular price is
FOR SALB NKWSPAPKU-On ac-
count of business demanding owner's
attention in flic East a live weekly
newspaper and job office Is offered
for gain at a sacrifice. Only paper
in a growing Oklahoma town Ad-
dress Truth care Loader.
FOR SALE 2-4 B. C. Electric fans
alternating current for sal at reas
enable figure. Inquire at Oklahoma
Slate Board of Agriculture State
House rhone 49.
FOR 8ALB Old newspapers at The
Leader office 20c per hundred.
FOR SALE New modern 5-room
cottage with bath gas electric
lights cistern etc. Good location
East Gutthrie. f 2300.00. Phone 003.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Farm 160
acres; 100 acres black bottom under
cultivation; fine spring 6 room house
2 1-2 miles from the railroad; 39 miles
from Guthrie. Phone 902. 511 E. Vilas
FOR SALE Standard bred driving
horse. Address "X" care Loader.'
FOR SALE Five stands bees. 809
FOR SALE 10 barrels. 1916 War-ne-r.
FOR SALE Bird dog. 506 East
FOR SALE Six room modern house
on East Warner; price $l7M. Ad-
dress "K. L " care Leader.
FOR SALE Neat 4-ronm lliouse 1 1-2
blocks west isr linn loon tin nrot-
itier location in city must be sold as
we neea trie money; price $1200;
phone "Owner" 25 on X line
FOR SAT.R finmn lawa f )(
New. All sportsmen must have
copy Price 25c. Leader office.
FOR SALE New road law; price
25c. Leader office.
FOR SALE Are you fond of hunt-
ing? Then be "up" on the game
laws. Get a copy at Leader office.
FOR SALE School flistrlct warrait
booka at Leader offlc.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS""
The board of regents for the Girls
Industria1 School invite you to pre-
sent plans and specifications for a
$100000.00 fire pi-oof building to be
erected at Chlckaslia Okla. for the
above named school.
Plans and specifications must be
presenter to the board at the office
of Capt. A. H. McKeimort at Soulli
MoAlester Okla. where the board
will meet for the contddorai Ion of
such plans as may bo presented not
later thnn 10 o'clock A. M. June 24tii
The board reserves the right to re-
ject any cr all plans.
JOHN L. MITCH
1 - Secretary.
Smith s Boarding 5
Barn in New 1
J. II. Martin has leased the
K otnith lioarding Barn corner
Vine and Cleveland It has !?
S been put in good repair and is S
ft kept clean as a parlor The-& i
w horses are thoroughly cared
S for well fol and alwavs well
- i l i : ".
h kept clean. When your riff i- "2
i3 kept at this barn you are al-
y wtys sure that the horse is in S
y trx; best of shape a::d that. g
U yottr oui-fit will ro out i-' jQ
H ways Vxkinff " .; s'wefc ; K'a I
JS dafivjr. Cw m und set ux U
I . j. H. MARTIN t
A " rn M". )'J!J!J".!I1piiu.iiimw!-'iii'lijju. i4i-Lip.wlPiw .n.Wili Mil ii 1 1 ii' I. - r .u m - r rim n i i i i mi i IT
OfyrigAt iqoq by Metropolitan fynJictiii; V K
Can't Get Away
from the results that prove the pulling power of the little
AfuniiimakiT classified advertisements in The Leader.
They find huyers for you. I hit more than' that they find
sellers for folks who want to buy. Jf you want to hire
any kind of work or talent; if you want to buy any
article; he sure that the riht kind of a Munnimaker
ad will find it for you and at a price that will he
advantageous for both the seller and the buyer.
Dear Mr. Munniniakcr
Care The Leader's Classified Columns.
Through a little Munnunaker Classified Ad
in The Leader I rented storage space in my
Write Mr. Munnimaker care The Leader or phone him
Xo. 75 whenever you want anything.
FOR RENT Rooms furnished or
unfurnished outside entrances
room inquire at 722 North Vine.
FOR hENT i-room house 1323 East
Springer rhone 1017.
FOR RENT !i-room house 313 W.
FOR RENT 10-room house. C07 E.
Harrison. - 4
FOR UK NT 3 or 4 furnished light
housekeeping rooms; also nicely
furnished bed moms south front 320
M Noble avenue rhone 121.
O OLD SOLDIERS O
O Or Their Heirs. Q
O Some of you have claims com- O
O lug from the Government. Any O
O old Tnion Soldier or Sailor who
O served 90 days or longer in the O
O Civil war and afterward went O
O west and made homestead entry O
O in any state lor either 40 80 or O
O 120 acres of land before June Q
0 22nd 1S74 has a claim coming O
O to him from .the Government. O
O Write for Free Information. O
O R. H. Peale 507 Judge Bidg.
O Salt Lake City Utah. Q
O . 0
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST Friday a pale red cow uhoul
2 years old fresh. Return to 1203
West - Warner. Reward.
LOST Book containing $500. Re-
ward of $100 for return. Jesse
f.OST--Two full grown corns by In-
vesting 25c In a box of Dr. Kel-
logg's corn salvo for sale at drug
stores- or at 118 North Firat.
O GOVERNMENT LANDS. O
O Easy to Obtain. O
O Not necessary to live a day on O
O them; ist dblain title. A limited O
O number of V. S. Government O
O Lam! Cerffl'lcntes for sale. Can O
O be used to obtain title to any O
O Government timber or ngrlcui- O
O tural land In the United Statea O
O of Alaska. Price $25 per aero. O
O Send fur free Information. o
O H. B. SANDERS & CO. O
O 507 Judge Building q
O Salt Lake City Utah o
WAN'TK-U Four ladles at once. $3.00
lo $.".U0 per dar. Investigate. Call
at room 10 0Hge rooming house.
THE Hw GAMELAW
The n?-s Fish and Game hw will
be in "fttct after June 11th. Every-
one Interacted f-hould have a copy of
the new iaw. We sell them for 25
rents the ftlnrtle copy. "V'rite ror
i-rissf-s ou fluantiUes. Leader Printing
Company Guthrie Okla.
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MALE HELP WANTED
WANTED Two wide awake young
rr.e.i. Good proposition. Call al
: sum 16 Osage rooming house.
WANTED Railway until clerks post-
office clerks carriers customhouse
clerks jiuenr.il Revenue clerks ste
nographers 'typewriters salary $S00
to $250). Life positions. Examina-
'011 soon. Write immediately. Free
information. Government Position.-
Bureau Rochester N. Y.
WANTED Men to learn barber
trade. Fove weeks required. Best
paying work within the reach of poor
iii'Hti. Can have shop with small
capital. Wages $12 tr $20 weekly.
Wonderful demand for barbers. Cat-
.iloRttii mailed free. Atolcr Barber
College Dallas. Texas.
WILL TRADE a good new modern
5-room house on Second street
rents for $17 .month for 3 or 4 va-
cant lots in East Guthrie If location
".uits. J. A. McElhinney. Phone 101.
rhe New OKianoma Road Law.
! H-Jtow ready. The new road U
:wt '.v.sspti oy the iegislature bound
n pani!!?i form. Price 25 cents for
liifole cc;des. Defter pi teen given iu
ttantities This is na entirely new
nd complete law and repealu all other
iad laws heretofore existing and
liould be In the hands of everyone
vho is interested In good roads. Order
ow and familiarize yourself with the
cw law. Sent to any pddress upon
ceipt of 25 cents In money or stamps
LEADER PRINTING CO. UUT111UE
THE NEW GAME LAW
The new -Fish uml (ianuliw will
lo in eflect after June li b Every
i.ne interested sbauld have a copy ol
the ww h'.w. W" "'''I om fr 25
tents t ii e single copy. Wlile foi
I rices on (pctiitities. Leadt j Printing
Company Guthrie Okla.
GOOD PASTCEE On mile west on
College avenue on the A A. Wright
farm $1.50 per month ruin ing water.
J. D CRAYS Proprietor
foweli and Aprona of all kinds fur-
olshed at Terr reasonable rltet. Bee
oi before you buy. J. D. Cry.
PHONE NO 118.
GENTK $W per moiiih introiluc
InK lOpii'ce Coniblnaiian Dipper;
experience unneees.strv: outfit free.
Thojpas CpDosk 4t'.2. Dayton Oliio.
O WESTERN FARM LANDS. . O
O 1c a Day. O
O We are selling farm lands In O
O Nevada for $2.05 per acre. Only O
O 1 cents per acre down and the O
O balance at 1 cent per day pay- O
O able monthly. Ai'-n's wantd. O
- . ' . - .... ..
Q lets. O
O M. Sft.NOERSJ-A'.'f-"-- O
O 597 Judg Buildiitg ' ;
a Salt Lake City Utah. O
CIGAR SALESMAN WANTED Ex-
perience unnecessary. $100 month-
ly and expenses .Crtnealoh-Y cnif
ly and expenses Central Cigar Co-
SALESMEN WANTED Capable
Salesman to cover Oklahoma with
staple line. Ilii commissions with
$10o monthly advance. Permanent
position to right man. Jess. II.
Smith Co. Detroit Mich.
WANTED Traveling salesmen to sell
fancy fruit ciders $150 P1'1 rnouti
and expenses. Red Cross Cider Co-
st. Louis Mo.
WANTED Trav'liug salesman to
sell line of high grade razors to
druggists and general dealers. Salary
and expenses. Exclusive territory.
'NatioiialTiupoiting Co. St. Louis Mo.
O THE BUSINESS MAN WHO O
O DOES NOT ADVERTISE. O
O The business man who does O
O not. advertise simply because C
O his grandfather did not should O
O wear knee breeches and a queue. C
O The business man who does not C
O advertise because it costs money O
O should quit paying salaries for O
O thp same reason. O
O The business man wfho docs C
O not advertise because he tried
O it ence and failed should throw O
O away his cigar because the light C
O went out. O
O The business man who does O
O not advertise because tie cannot C
O know absolutely that it is going C
O to pay. sitiould commit suicide O
O to avoid being killed by an ac- C
O cidenl. C
O The business man who does C
O not advertise because someone C
O said It did' not pay should not C
O believe the world la round be- C
O cause the ancients said It was O
O flat. O
O The business man who does C
O advortbe but wb() insists on C
O cheap space should . wear blue C
O jeans overalls because they are C
O cheaper than tailov-uiade cloth- C
KanstsGity Mosi Popular Hotel
Surface street car from Union
depot direct to hotel.
lleadipiartera for Wentern Retail
Implement Dealers' Association
Southwestern Lumberdealers' As-
soeiaihui Hereford Kreeders'. As-
sociation Visiting StfN'kmnn.
NT ER-ST ATE HOTEL CO. Props
Also the Lexington Hotel Chicago.
Sand Crushed li clr Build-
iug S oue Cement and Brick.
BILLINGS & SNYDER
Producers of Cimarron Kiver
Room U Lyon Block
One of the best equipped mills
inOkla. I'repared lo do all
manner and kinds of
Intel ior work.
Logan Co. PlaningMill
118 N- Vina St.
Ask us for estimates
they'll be cheerfully furnished
T. L. Kehelry
Have you a license !
New game laws are
Get a copy at Leader
office. Price 25 c.
leajro June i?. Wheat prives
on the beard of trade yesterday re-(um-il
their downward trend and on
final tran.siu'iions were c : Sc
below Thuraday's close. Cu.irse
praiu also closed weak. but. provi-
sions were firm.
The wueat taarket wan heavy all
day ems with the exception of the
Mhv option k!1 lieiiverles declined
more than a cent from the hih point
of the ('ay. The distant deliveries
displayed a moderate show of firm-
ness ar the start but prompted by
the bright outlook for tf;e new crop
shorts bofian to hammer the market
shortly after the opening and con-
tinued to sell freely the greater part
of the day which resulted in a steady
Cash houses reported offerings of
new ir-at In the country were In-
creasing dailc and that demand for
the cati'' crain was rather slack.
The monthly report of a St. louls
trade journal was a bearish factor.
declaring that the general condition
f the fall crop Is excellent and that
harvesting (will be general next week
over '! lnree area of the winter wheat
belt. Iniriug the dav the Julv deliv-
ery sold between $113 3-4 to $113 7-8
Mid $1.15 2 8. Prices rallied a little
from the bottom in the day on cov-
erings bv shorts but the closa was
weak with July at $1.14 3-8.
Cool weather caused firmness in
the coru nra rk of. Rt the start but
the fa.orable outlook for the tuw
croti Induced general selling wildch
-esultid in sharp d(clines In all !r-
livorles. Ueport from St. Louis x.id
Kansas Cltr declared that Kansas
nid N'ebraska will have a record
breaking crop according to present
outlooks. The nnrkot closed weak
with prices off f.-X to 3-4 to 7-S com-
pared with the previous close.
Oats was firm at the openlnir. but
the market soon became weak on
celling throuehoiit by reports of the
'U'ornMe outlook for lh weidc. At
the close nrlees were 1-4 to 3 t low-
t ti'an Thursday's final flu-ures.
Provisions Bcored fresh gains. The
market closed firm with prices nn--h
aned f 1-"c higher compared with
KANSAS CITY LIVE STOCK.
Kansas City. June 19. Cattle He--elpts
ycsterd;iy KnO including 300
ujulhem; market me higher; eholee
xport and dressed beef sieers $0.25
lo $7.00; fair to good $5.25 to $0.:'5;
western steers "M to $7.00; Block-
ers and feeders $3.25 to $5.50; south-
r it steei-H $t.i0 to $5.70; southern
ows $2.!0 to $-l.Ki; native cows
2.5i to $5.00: native 1dfers $-1.0(1 to
f.75; biilii $3.00 l"; ?5.v.ti; calves
V.J.75 to $710.
I legs Receipts (i70U; market iliigh-
r; top $7.!0; bulk of sales $7.45 to
$7.75; hoavv $7.70 to $7.!)0; packers
nd butcher $0.00 to $7.20; pig.s $5.50
Sheep Receipts 1.2U0; min'ket.
steady; stT'ona: lambs $(1.0t to $M.75;
vearlines $5.25 to $7.25; wethers
$4.50 $(i.0(); ewes $1.0(ii to $5.5(1;
tocker and feeders $3.00 to $1.75;
Texas muttons $1.0.) lo $5.25.
New Orleans Jun 19 Spot cotton-
jeslerdtiy steady unchanged;
middling 10 15-16; sales on the spot
800 bales; to arrive 50
Ful. u i os opened quiet at an ad-
vance of 1 to 2 points on favorable
onditions. After the opening the
dvanco was continued on rather free
covering movement on the part of
diorts. This buying widened the ad
tnnt'P to fl to 7 points. At the time
-.f ftieiieHt prices cables from Man-
'hester were received slating that
1 committee from Ihe Master Spin
iers' association had met ad voted
0 recommend short time.
This pews destroyed the advance
md brought about a net decline of
t to 2 points. Toward the end of
he day the tone of the market 'm-
roved on fresh bull buying and the
"losing was seady at a net advance
1 1 to 2 points. Futures' closed
Closing bids: June $10.85; July
tlOftp; August $11.03; September
I10.M.; ' October $10.88; December
$10.85; January fUXSG.
Any lady reader or Fhla paper will
ecelvc on rcf!Ust a clever "No-
Drip" Coffee Slraincr C-oupon priv-
ilege from Or Shoop Racine Wis
It is silver plated very pretty and
positively prevents all dripping f
tea or Coffee The Doctor sends It
with his new free lxxik on "Health
Coffee" pimply to Introduce this
clever tiiilictitule for real enffeo. Dr.
Shoop's I lea I lib Coffee is gaining Us
grcut popularity because of: first
Us exquisite ''' and flavor; iviv
oiid. its absolute heallhfuliicss; third
!tn economy IVi lb. 25c; fourth Its
convenience. No tedious 20 to 30
minutes boiling. "Made in a min-
ute" says Or. Shoop Try it fit. your
"rorer'i. fr a pleasant surprise. The
lilds will be received at the ofl'ss-C
nf the SI iif Hoard of Public Aff-lr.
Guthrie. Oklahoma up to noon June
2Mb 1!M'! for cciit.ractH to supply
ihe Stale Of Oklahoma will) .imprint-
ed stationery and office supplies
! Sen ilulo as basis for bids mar be
I il. ad upon application a! ihe oflice of
ihe Hoard. G'llhrie. Hide mav be
made upon the schedule as a whom
or upon one or more division there-
'f 5.1 d must include cost cf delivery.
.The Hoard reserves the ripbt to re-
joet any or all bids.
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-' LOS ANGELES
Thursday July 6th
Through Standard Pullman Sleepers.
Starting from Principal Points
And Leaving Oklahoma Citv at 8:130 A. M.. Julv G.
Hock Island Lines and Connections
Via Atnarillo Colorado Springs and Salt Lake City
stopping 12 hours at. the latter two points
$50.00 Pound Trip going the Official Koute and
returning any other direct line.
Slightly higher to return via Portland and Seattle.
Stop overs given within the final limit of Oct. 31.
Ask Agents or write for full information
Reserve your berths now.
J. S. McNALLY D. P. A. 11. 1. Lines.
The chest with the chill in it.
Durable Economical and Con-
venient Prices $7.50 to $50.00
208 W. Okla. Ave. Phone 208.
UNITED STATES AND
WJJV YUU SIIOI'I.I) DKl'OSIT YOUR MONEY
W ITH TI1LS HANK.
The affairs of this I tank arc managed by a Board of
Directors composed of sturccssful cxficrit'ticcd business men
nf ( liillirie men uliu'l-nve tn.irle :i viiceem; in their nurn
busiticss iiicit of the higlicst character targe owners of
the stock of the bank. Every investment and loan is i
nrdcri'd by committees aopoiiited by the dirtictors and then
ajiriroved by the Hoard
H lias the exclusive sale of the Kanlleek Rubber goods include
m ing everything mad ' in rubber. Every article guaranteed anj
M money refunded or goods replaced if found unsatisfactory i.t
m J Sown re of Tiargaiu juice Knliber Goods. They are usually
dear at any price.
We y 'licit ycttr patronage jor anything in the Drug line
wish lb s-nr;i!".cc lliat you 'liall get it:ly tin best at a fair jirie?.
ihe r. Jc Drug oiore
w F. It. I.HJ.IF..
Hardware Stoves and Ranges
Tin ixnd Grtvnitcwarc Sheet Mclal Work -and
Repairing a Specialty
a sample bottle of ED.
for 3 application) f 10c. to pay postage and packing.
Wrile txlay 1 ED. PIN'AUD'S American Office. f inau BulKnc
' NVw Vofk Gry Ak your def
rROPKIE I OK
itH North Division Sirec
The one sure safe remedy I half
troubles it makes the haw beautiful
heavy and flutTy. Use it every day
and watch your hair improve.
PIN'AUD'S HAI1Y TONIC (cnoL
(or ED. PINAUD'S H MR TOM.""
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