The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 37, No. 116, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 2, 1911 Page: 4 of 8
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THE LEADKR. OT'TH INF.. OK LA.. TlU'IfsMA V. XOVI.M
PB& OLTHsUE DAALV LkADOL
BY LESLIE G NlBLACK.
f. INDUSTRY O 3
. a : K"'io c PRESS COMMENT
J in t O
S TORIES .8nUT PEOPLE
;unis & Co. Leading Pawn Brokers
I it t . i i
Published da ly from The Leader
aildiag West Harrison avenue sad
entered st toe e c
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Vailed Press Leased ;:e
euBaoRiPTJON rates daily
per month by carrier 4S
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Par pear .by ntatt ba advance.. AM
OKLAHOMA (WEEKLY) LEADER.
Sis months I SJ
One year Ml
Bpepiai Agency irfboae bTiild ng.
Caicago office- X. M. SbefLekJ.
Agency U 9 tag building.
l5f .:.. . tv Herri-
son. paoae "': C tr.;y-s:oj5 asd Press
Rooms N :" : E -
torlai Room N'o. 107 1-5 W. Harri-
son 'pboce 65.
.;! COO3O30OOO0 3 330
For Gents Furnishings Trunks Leather Goods
Musical Instruments and Jewelry.
a the problem of
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IS c .Si e 7;E ANTHRAX OF
lg a gr
I is no re
n next y
IITEI 0EIIM00ERT LIST
mjwror; Not si ivs
be ablest son hi scri!
. Grove am
istraoon of public
In the old days it wa
that if an emperor rule
hes'-pn would gtva t&ngib
nf its disi-ieasure. H- r
ears placjcz ...e :ame w
for ail ta li r - r r.-.-
er was not the right
ts ijan by an;-
s. Allowing W more t!
ng of the same fiei(i it
wamti that one machine 1
fiW a na of cotton. F!
aFoiiette is now
a; ; r: :
hine and tbe n
isf part of our i"i
axes October I an
name appeared ii
list have compJaine
The fault is not
iinquents as in th
which obtained ir
AMERY EST A
Woman kea a dear rosy cornel
n. Burdock BhoJ Bitters pursl
c hi od. dears the 3kin reato
:ddy somsd bealOu
B R A v E MAN
er an .
A TEXAS WONDEE.
f-neeri; t ;
.L FOR WAR!
l.i " I'll l I It ! I ' !' W I'd I . ' M W( Hi
90c sale 90c
falii. on salt' .90c All ")0 rent ghirtajtui wile 45c
ipeeial Prices on Suit fjases i ud (Trips will "ic tlurpriise you.
fe.5() readies' Sftattinie
A big Selection t' Leather Suit Oases hi .sale ai ver reasonaiijle pneen.
17 lu.-ii Leather Hand Bag on sale $3.25 16 Inch Leather Hand Baff on salo $C26
A oiee !it; of Trunks on sale tki very low prices.
on v sell. Come while these argain last
htil Jan 1st. 19X2.
tegular i.3 Ca . on sale at 90c g -
tegular 3.X) Lajjies' Matting
Suit Case on sale at - S1.98 mttaseoi
Real Failor Service
1 If M 1 " LABEL
S i f
c n or
r e a
There was a time
when man's sense
of economy dic-
tated that he buy
clothes ("cold stop
age clothes we
Now that time is past. There's no need
of your wearin2 a poor imitation of the tailor's art.
Why? This is the reason pure and simple: you
can n-o-w wear real hir Jass made to measure clothes
and pay less for them than you did for your last season's
store suit Our system gratifies that secret desire of
most every man. Thar is to w ear garments whose very
cut bespeaks kit tailor skill You'll find it worth your while even
to see the jrreat array of 'new wookns. Pure wool and hrmk proof.
Suit or Overcoat
.de to Order
Ser tailor on earth
can aate our values
u't $25. '
The Scotch Wfc '
Mill were the op
nator? and (he fii
Uilort io make $!
tuns possible and
lwu- firsi is value-
giving io lh lace of
ikt most uo'.crupu-
Best Table Board in City
One block from Depot.
Half bAck from City Hall.
Rates $1.25 Per Day
Best H tr! of is CLm in Ihe St!e
G. Burchardt Prop.
VI e handle the
entire line of the
Woolen Mills all
O. L. Brooks. Merchant Tailor
a so & too
TRIAL aOTftf BW1.
MAtnHKHTArD WHO TROUBIi-
TgUA 6At7D SATISFACTORY
Of? iVOAf'S f?CrUf'DED.
3!S OIL OWL REPORTED i m mmm
Waters-Fierce Concern Said to Johnso . .
. . v .Will Ask Brush to
Have Absorbed the MusKogee Probe x. t .
' . . . Vet Scandal and Re-
Oil Ref.nerv. Independent port . .
lerce comp u
skogao. it it
ts tefns cloa
iht- Waters-Pierce company 1 ball oruniissiott.t!1 national 1ki?
naii November V S '" vincm-.
: on Into alles N?n 'nves-
ed today. la conaectloia wUa"$ scaiwngj
Tnder tbe reportsd salt- tiie Waters aeries. T'.iiji a au rtM ul wor11.
Fierce -oiu nination takes overall tne j Johnson. presMent SIC !i !!. iJ'
dlatribattag Sgenetea in Oklahoma. leaK'ie. and niemijer V' aJOarlcan
m il thn ..nir.- .nif ii r earn i ne i i - sirni vv- i.'nu'
H.sl nmM noU nil into th miiHi'ini PrM.titA1it Inhnwott
.In dee 3. C itfosler. local ranreaao- that tomorrow he would aV'iiounfed ;
tfitftA . I th. IfiMkiWMi rnni'innv written hi rMintl. Ae i 101
... - . ... ....... . i . . . . . . .
eosiirf not lie toiiml toilav. He is nre- Brush invsiilent m the
sumably In Maakogwa where th ith xira club ursine Johnson Of' l'a
tails Cf the sale were to be undertake use of information he had M"lh'
en today. j possessed about irregular sik "c ;
The Stan-lard Oi' co n: anv has -teen tickets and asking him to induck"' (
for a long while trybig to gain an aie- oommlsslon to make an investigate j
a ' footing in Oklahoma. It it has i Mr. Johnson said that Preslda
through its '--inch concern the Wat- Ifrtjjsh v;is the person .v!io ;-koitK
ers-Fiere. amuired tne Muskosee in-i make the investigation and. in M
'erests. ir se.-;ired a lare trade letter wi! ask- that official to invest!-
and direct corurt i oi a very conaid- -;u separately from the commission
nd give what information he acquir-
ed to that oreanization
PARISIAN DRY CLEANING
km DYE WORKS
CALLS AND DELIVERS
221 E. Okhhomi
V. G. HOUSTON
and Gas Fitting
106 N Vins Phons 10J )
the oi! fields
CONCERT OF GREAT INTEREST
OR. CATARAH oi the nose throat.
stomach bowels and more delicate
n-s be sure to take Hood'f ura-
A RADICAL. CURE.
Ok la ho-
A concert 01 great interest ;roni the
artistic staadpoiBI and from personal
reasons is io be given here on o-
vera hjf rt. ihe ..lethoiist university
i- bringinc to the city the FritSchy-
Camphafl quartette an arganiAition
ot conspi. uon nvent. j
Ouy Tingle a Guthrie boy. is a ;
HBataaai of the quartette. He has he-
come a noted figure in the hulsic
world and is a lyric and concert tenor
of high mark The other members of
the quartette are Percy Hemus. a faun- j
ous barltaaa Hna Duncan lyric so
- ; i. Blia vaaffoff dramar'c con-
tislto. well known in lyceum and the i
chaut uqiui w -rk.
CASTOR I A
j drop in at lewis' conpec-
rUK rLtl UntK S
C A S T O R I A v
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 37, No. 116, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 2, 1911, newspaper, November 2, 1911; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc616275/m1/4/: accessed April 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.