The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 97, Ed. 1, Monday, September 29, 1902 Page: 3 of 8
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A PRIZE WINNER.
Immmpif m w wHr t w c wy m'
"Clothing Hats furnishings
Shoes for man and boy.
114 W. Okie.. Ave.
Elegant fall neckwear in all
the newest shapes and color-
ings; a prettier array cannot be
found throughout the entire
"territory and -will be found in
other stores for 50c
I All QC
I J 1 1 1 s
"tThere's always something doing at the
We have just received a very large shipment of
Men's Stiff Bosom and
for fall and winter wear.
The negligee shirt the shirt for comfort is becoming
more popular every fall tor business wear and it is true
too for it lacks the stiffness of its brother the stiff
bosom shirt. We have an elegant assortment of the new
fall colorings just in and they are made of good quality
percale or madras and come from one of the best mnkers
In the east.
There are still a great many men though when the
colder weather sets in who will want a stiff bosom
shirt and we have them in the newest stripes made for
this season's wear in percale and madras with separate
cuffs.' Bargains in stiff bosom colored shirts are scarcer
than hen's teeth thus early in the season. Hence the
increased attractiveness of the present offering. It's a
snap to pick up regular 75c and 1.00 shirts and only pay
Is the Name of the New Rock Island
' System Train to California via
Kansas City and El Paso
One Hundred Dollars Awarded to T.
H. Davis or the New York Cen.
tral Lines oenver Colo. or
R¢ly the Hook Island system of-
fared $100 cash prize for the most ap-
propriate narao for tholr now limited
train to California via Kansas Oily
and El Paso Tor. Thoro woro thous-
ands of names presented from all
parts of the United State Tho name
JocIai upon wag "Tho Golden State
Limited" submitted by T. II. Davis
of the New York Central linos Den-
SHIRTS fl "THE Q0UDEN STATE LIMITED." pS?SJS3lS
The Equine Record Company
258 Broadway New York City. $
Afo you interested in a sound legitimate investment?
The stock of the Equine Kecord Company h.c. is proving
the best weekly dividend paying investment of the century.
We are going to close out this
line we carrv to make room for
a more noted brand and we
give you u chance to "get
All sizes in some styles and
some styles in all sizes.
Q. A. R.
Washington D. C.
i.ow round trip rates by the nock
Island System "Choctaw Oklahoma
and Clulf U. II." to the O. A. It. on-
campment Washington D. C. Tickets
on gnle Oct 2nd 3rd 4th and lth good
returning until Oct. 14th with privll-
ego of extension of limit until Nov.
8rd. Cheap rates to tho various bat-
tlo fields in tho vicinity of Washington.
Greatly reduced rates to Now York
and roturn by tho flock Island Sys-
tem "Choctaw Oklahoma and Dull
It. It" Oct. 1st 2nd and 4th good
returning until Octobor 14th.
Call on "Choctaw'- agonis for full
inforwatlon in regard to iho Hxlremo-
1 to T-.ound trip rates ti Nt .r
and Washington early In October.
75c and 51.00 Stiff Bosom and Negligee Shirts
That's what you can do here this week
Clothing Hats Furnishings.
Shoes for Man and Bov.
114 W. Okla. ave. GUTHRIE.
SAID CORE SPOKE THE TRUTH. NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT G. A. R.
Republican Official Impressed With Washington D. C October 6-11
Gore's speecn at pona ureeK. i ..gQj
.Special to Dally Leader.
Pond Creek Okla. Sept. 80. Judge
T. P. Gore tho blind orator of Law-
ton spoko horo Saturday night In tho
opera houso to a large and nppreel-
ntlve audienco on tho political issues
of the day. i
He spoke for ovor two hours and (
fully told tho truth in regard to ox-
luting conditions In tho torrltory and j
showed up tho Itopubllcan purty in
its true light Ho was cheered to tho
-echo and mau many votors ror tho
Ono Ropublicnn and by tho way is
nn office holder said 'that Judge Goro
told tho truth that ho wbb a Repub-
lican and an American citizen but
that his party was gotting off on tha
wrong foot and was sure to go down
BUI Cross will carry this (Grant)
county by a handsome majority as
the voters are tired of being flim-
flammed by promts.
" There was ony a fow Republicans
present as they don't seem to want
to hear tho truth as it makos (hem
The man or woman whoso digestion
to perfect and whoso stomach per-
forins its every function is never sick.
&o4o cleanses purifies and sweetens
tie stomach and cures positively and
permanently all stomach troubles in--jUieetlon
and dyspeppla. It is the
wonderful reconstructive t(onic that
is making so many sick people well
and weak peoplo -strong by convoying
'to their bodies all of the nourishment
'in tho food they eat Itev. J. H. Hoi-
'l&day of Holladay Miss. writes:
Kodol has cured me. I consider It
tho boat remedy I evor U3cd for dyB-
pepsia and stomach troubles. I vhs
igiven up by physicians. Kodol saved
tiny life. Take it after meals.
J. VN. "Wallace.
For" the above occasion wo will sofl
round tri L'ckets Guthrie to Wash-
tngtoii and return at rate of $33. 0C
Tickets on sale Octobor 2nd t'o Dtb
inclusive gooil to roturn wlthput do-
posit or oxecution leaving Washing-
ton not later than midnight on Tues-
day October 14th 102.
By depositing ticket with Joint
Agont not later than noon of Woq-
nosday Octobor 15 and on payment
o' foe of o0 cents roturn limit' will
be extended up to and Including No-
Tiokets good going and returning
jarao route no diverse routes au-
thorized. A. J. Corkins Agent.
Bolas vs. Lariat
Tho "Bolas" three metal balls
anited by long thongs which the Ur
uguayan Gauchos in Buffalo Bill's
jVlld Wost use for all tho purposes for
which cowboys and vaqucroa employ
the laviat seems to bo a very effective
Implement but likely to bo oven mors
abrupt and painful In action If used
vigorously than tho rope. Those balls
are liable to hurt when tholr whirling
stops. But it is Interesting to see
how tho thing works in tho hands of
Its masters. Buffalo Bill's Wild West
will be hero on Oct 8
The motto of Caflyle and Ttuakin
was "Plain living and high thinking."
"High living aifll low thinking -are
-vary poor substitutes.
When Ulnlng out these days you
-are apt to encounter tho inevitable
REDUCED PAS8ENGER RATES.
to points on the Chicago Milwaukee
ic St Paul Railway in Wisconsin and
Minnesota aro made oi one fare plus
$2 for the round trip.
Tickets on sale from June 1st to
Sept 30th with final return Jlmlt Oc-
'.ober 31st lt)02.
Theso remarkable cheap rates applj
to tho principal summer resorts 61
Wisconsin and Minnesota among
which aro Milwaukee Waukesha
Mlnocrpia Oconomowoc Star Lake
and Kflbourr City in Wisconsin and
Minneapolis St Paul and Lake Mine-
tonka in Minucsota.
For detailed information address
H. F. 8mth
Commercial Agent Dallas Tex
Tonight Hoyt's Comedy company in
A Legal "Wrong" at the Brooks.
To Washiiigtou via Santa Fe
October 3 1902
G A R
. Pullman Tourist
Round Trjp Tickets $33.90
Dates of sale Oct 2 to 5
Inclusive.' 'Unusually liberal
llmtrt.sf Something new
Write' for Information about
stopovers en route. '
All agents sell tickets via
Santa Fe. Ask to havo your$.
rjjad Jhat way.
For sleeping car Bpaoe
descriptive folders or othr
information apply to
A. J. Corkins
CO. "A." ATTENTIONl
All membsrs of Co. "A" aro hereby
ordered to meet at tho Armory on
Wednesday night for drill. All mem-
bers must be proaent.
Co. A is now located ovor the Er.glo
drug store on Harrison avgnuo.
Q. E. Dunnlca
Capt Comdg Cn A.
Stock Advancing irv VoJuo Monthly sj
This company is operating' an original method that h
makes loss impossible. An enterprise that has stood the )$
test oi time.
Over 400 per cent
earned by this company In 8 months. A limited amount of
treasury stock is now offered at $15 per share for 00 days
only. Sale to close October 15. Highest bank and busi-
ness references. For further particulars address
Charles Parker Schwaar
258 Broadway New York Oity.
Kingfisher County Fair Kingfisher
For tho nbovo wo will sell round
trip tickets to Kingfisher nt rate of
$1.40 for round trip. Tickets on salo
Oct Cth to 10th incluslvo limited to
roturn October lltb.
A. J. Corkins Agont
Great tonic bracos body and brain
drives away all Impurities from your
system. Makes you well. Keeps you
well. Rocky Mountain Tea. 35c.
Ask your druggist.
The headquarters of the Domoorntla
county central commltteo havo boon
moved from tho Bonflls building to
the Anderson building on Oklahoma
And supplies for primary elections
for salo att ho Load or office.
Hoyt's Comedy Company
Hoytte Comody company will opon
an ongagomont of ono week at
(Biboks thoatro commencing Monday
(Sopt 28. Prlcos 10c 20o and 30c.
Oponlng play Monday nlgnt "A Logal
j Wrong." Tho Bontson (Toxas) Hcr-
aid says: "It was known yesterday
at noon that ovory scat In tho opera
house had been reserved for the op
entug night of the Hoyt's Comedy
company's engagement. This doubt
le" kept many people away who
would otherwise havo coma still a
large number bravad the notlro
standing room onlyarol woro content-
ed to occupy tho isles and remained
standing all through 'ho performanc-
WANTKD Two furnshed rooms WANTI5D Good mun for tho road;
sultablo for light houskocplng. Ad- must have oxporlenco. Webb Tall-
dross H. caro Ltiador. lorlng Co. 0-25-0
Residence 5 rooms well and olu-
tern barn; inquire B. p. MeOragken
Leader office or 710 East Harrjgon
CO. "A" OK N. Q. NOTICE
Co. "A." First Regiment Ok. N. G.
is hereby ordered to meet at the
Armory over the Eagle drug Btore on
Harrison avonuo at 7:30 p. m
Wednesday tor regular drill. The
members must u& on time.
By order of
0. E. Dunnlca
Capt Comd'g. Co. A.
A healty growing Town. Best opportunity for investments in
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Xa rrrrri ' R ?V
j $ . . . V.
Address. Eastern Oklahoma Townsite Co.. Guthrie. State Bauir. Sparks or Ft. Smitu
and Western Townstte Co. Chandler.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 97, Ed. 1, Monday, September 29, 1902, newspaper, September 29, 1902; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc71866/m1/3/: accessed November 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.