The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 97, Ed. 1, Monday, September 29, 1902 Page: 5 of 8
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THE LEADER QUTHRIC OKLAHOMA MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 29 1902
STRANGER ThAN FICTION.
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One Price Clothier
Isn't it a Satisfaction ?
to know that you have a
Clothing Store in Guthrie that you can walk
into and bny just the same
that you oftn buy in the larjje city store but at
a much lotffer price.
That is whafe you will find here. If you are not
our cuatomSr we want you to come in and look-
After you examine our stock you will be con-
vinced that it pays you to trade with us
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A Legal Wrong.
Lovers of high cIqbb comedy should
not fail to come to the Brooks' the-
ater tonight as "A Lopal Wrong" a
charming and society eompdy drama
Mill be presented by Hoy't's Big Com-
edy company of eighteen people. Tbla
company has created a furor whore-
ever It has appeared and tho pross Is
loud In its praise of both play and
players. Between tho acts aro inter-
spersed pleasing specialties Including
up to date songs and dances and a
car load of special scenery is required
in the production.
Tickets aro 10c 20c and 30c and
every seat in tho house should' be
FOR KENT Front room furnished
at G18 E. Cleveland.
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L. A. HAHN
Physician and Surgeon
Office and residence:
106 West Harrison Avenue
Over Express Office.
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At the Owl
F B. Lillie & Co.
Victor Block Dewey Block
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NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT G. A. (R.
Washington D. C October 6-1t
For the above occasion we will setf
round trip tickets Guthrlo to Wash-
ington and return at rate of $3if;96
Tickets .in salo October 2nd t'o '5th
inclusive good to return without de-
posit or execution leaving Washing-
ion not later than midnight on Tues-
day October 14th 102.
By depositing ticket with Joint
Agent not later than noon of Wed-
nesday October 15 and on payment
oi fee of 50 cents return limit' will
bt extended up to and including No-
Tickots good going and returning
samo route" no diverse routes au-
thorized. ' A. J. Corkins Agent
CO. "A" ATTENTIONI
All members of Co. "A" aro hereby
ordered to meet at tho Armory on
Wednesday night for drill. All mem-
bers must be present.
Co. A Is now located over tho Er.glo
drug store on Harrison avenue.
GL E. Dunnlca
Capt Comdg O A..
f Mi M B1 o
H. T. Peak of St. Louis is stopping
T2tigene Warren of Ardmoie is vis-
Itlnff in Guthrie.
N. F. Hill of Kansas City Is a
guest at the Royal.
Ru-'ua Connolly an Oklahoma City
attorney was in Guthrie on buslnoss
J. D. Osborno roproaontlng a Kan-
fas City manufacturing concern was1
here last night
John 13. DuMars of Oklahoma City
was here today on business.
Charles B. Wheeler of Atchison ar-
rived in the city this morning and is
stopping at tho Royal.
J. We McCoy is a. Kansas City vis-
itor in tho city.
F.ed G. VanDuyn of Wichita the
new proprietor of tho Hotal Royal Is
hero and will osmime charm Wed-
nesday. Under hlg direction many
j Improvements nre bolng mado In the
Dr. Z. H. Boambtossom socrotary
of the Livo Stock Sanitary board re-
turned this morning from Oklahoma
City where he spent Suncmy.
Bird S. McQutre Republican can
didato for delegate spent Sunday in
Guthiie resting up from tho arduous
work of tho campaign. Ho confosaos
that ho has a hard fight boforo him.
J. E. Hart of Ahadarko arrlvod In
the city this morning.
Banker U. C. Guss returned this
morning from a trip to TVlchlta.
W. MV Bowlo loft this morning for
Myrtle Tutfa left tho city this
morning for Ft Worth oxas.
JudgoDalo wont to Nowklrk tlhs
J. C. Scott C. M. Caldwell nnd C.
C. Owens woro Oklahoma City visi
tors horo today.
C C. Shearer of Stilhvator Is reg-
istered at tho Okla.
L. C. Wlllhltc of Wichita Is In tho
11. M. McFarlln of Holdonvlllo I.
T. was a business visitor Ih tho city
C. B. Pierce of Oklahoma City was
in Guthrlo today.
Alpha Updograph who was recontr
ly renominated for tho coimi.Il by the
Republicans of tho Eighth council
disrlc (Woods county) was In he city
Myron Boylo who bafj Jjqen fHHng
tho Wichita Eagle with hot 'air con-
cerning McGuIre's speaking cam
palgn baa come homo to glvo his Im-
agination a much needed rest. ..
D. W. Billing of Kansas City was
today onlistcd as a member of the
Guthrlo National bank force.
''The1 Guthrie foot bail warn loft to
day for Norman whore thoy will buck
against tho University toam.
J. A. Stlno of Alva and Mr. Win
slow of Carman both bankors wore
in the city today.
Holntz Braun loft Sunday to attend
colloge in Chicago.
R. H. Hahn live stock inspector
left for Perry this afternoon.
Umi Ki mnrU' '. I- 4-li
Q I Al Wi4V 11IUWI1 lib kl
g Douglas jewelry house
g anti b timers trviuet
A Diamond Ring
That Fairly Blazes
E. A. DOUGLAS !
. Jeweler. L
Corner Oklahoma and Dlvl.lon. i
THE CAPrTOL NA-
TIONAL BANK. OP
MA. OFFERS TO DE-
BUSINESS AND RE-
A Remedy Which Ha Revolutlonlied
the Treatment of Stomach
ThP remedy. Is riot horalded as a
wonderful discorsry nor yet as a"
secret patont modlclho neither is It
clnlmotl to cure nnything oxcopt dys
pepsia Indigestion and stomach
trouble with which nlno out of ten
Tho tvmody Is in Iho form of ploas-
nnt tasting tablets or losenges. con
tnlning vettotable ahd fruit essenet. '
phre aseptic pepsin (government
tOst) golden seal and diastase. Thw
tablets aro sold by druggists undor
ihf name of Stimrfs D-spepsla TaTi
lets. Many interesting experiments
to test the digestive power of Stimrfs
tablets show that ono grain of Uie
jnetlve principle contained In theln'U
sufficient to thoroughly digest; 3J)00
grains of iav moat eggs and other
wholesome food. j
Stuart's Tablets do not act Upon
the bowls liko after dinner pills and
cheap cathirtlet which simply trrl-'
tate and Intlnmo the intestines with-'
out having any effect whatever In dl-'
getlngfood or curing Indigestion. )
If tho stomach can bo rosted and
aBslstod In tho work of digestion it
will very soon rocovor its normal
vigor as no organ I so much abused
and overworked as tho -stomach. I
This Is tho secret. If thoro Is any
secret of tho romarkablo success of
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets a romedy
practically ttnknowli a fow years ago
aiiil now tho most wldoly known of
any trcatmon; for' stomach woaknoss. '
This success has been secured en-
tirely upon Its mbrltfl ns a digestive
fibre and simple ' becauso tharo can '
bo no stomach trouble if tho food is
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets act on-
tlrely on tho food eaten digesting It enlvos 2.8005.75.
complotoly so that it can be nsslml Hogs 4000; steady; heavy 7.36
lated Into blood norvo and tisane 7.66; paolwrs 7.377.4B; modiura
They euro dyspopsla wator brash 7.4007.65; 1 lght 7007.56; yorkcrs
gbur stomach gas and bloating nftor'7.4607v6B; plge 0.4507.26.
raralB becauso thoy furnish tho til-1 8hoop 8000; stoady to J5o lowor;
gestlvo power which woak stomachs muttons 3.1B03.8G; lambs 2.7004.25.
lack and unloss that lack Is supplied
It Is iiceloss to attompt to euro by
tho use of "tonics" "pills" and ca-
thartics which havo .absolutely no di-
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets can boi
found nt nil drug stores and tho reg-
u'ar use of one or two of thom after
meal? will domonBtrato their morlt
better thnn any othor nrgument.
X. M Tlnliln nriil wlfn nrrlvod In UlO
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city la-t night. Mr. DOlde Is one of
tho loading Domocratc nowsp'npor
men of Stillwater.
E. L. Wllknra a business man of
Oklahoma City arrlvod In tho city
P; W. Hayerd of Illinois was n vis
itor today at tho auditor's offtco. Mr.
Hayerd is horo looking for a location
for a gent's1 furnishing house
Ono 4-ton stroet Bcale ono delivery
horse wagon and harness; quitting
buslnoas A. G. Rosier.
Dr. Beomblosgom socrotary of thfc
Livo Stock commission said today
that tho commission really has more
wprk than can bo attended to.
Nearly everybody picks at a newly
Uosn aud discounts $n054i 25
Ptfrnituro & fixtures-... .721' 02
5?cpffilie 'i - UQ 77
Ou! and St. exCli'fe 7740 06
FIVE NIGHTS BEGINNING
Positively the largest and most
By Associated Tress.
Kansas City Live Stock.
Cattle 86000; stendy to lower; na-
tive steors 4.46tfJ7.96; cows and
heifers 8.0004.00; Blockers nnd feod-
ere 8.4004.71; bulla 3y26:S.25;
Kansas City Grain.
Wheat Sopt. 07; Dec G8; No. 2
hard 06V4$C7! No. 3 GOV40C4; No.
2 rod 00007; No. 3 G2V4.
Cprn. Sopt.. G4; Dea 35 030; No.
2 mixed iiGV06C; No. 2 white 58U
(ZpWi; No. 3 53V40G3; No. 3 58.
Oats No. 2 while 32.
Ryo No. 2 45.
Hay timothy 9.50010.00; prairie
Rocclpts of whtat 191 cars.
Kansas City Produce.
Buttor proamory. 19020; dairy 17.
A Sad Duuppolntment.
Inoffocilve liver medlclno Is a dis-
appointment but you don't want to
purge strain and break tho glands
of tho stomach and bowels. DoWIU'b
Little Barly Risers novor dlsnppolnt
Thoy cloanso tho system of all pois-
on and putrid matter and do it so
gently that ono onjoyB tho pleasant
offocts. Thoy aro a tonic to tho liv-
er. Cure blllousnoss torpid llvor and
j. N. Wallace.
The weather bureau predict bIiow-
ors and colder weather tonight.
Obb p b&
at 9n 9F
R.EPOR.T OF THE CONDITION
Of the American Loon and Trust Compo.ry o.t Close
of Bjsiness AurJ. 2.
Opened for business May lOtli 1002. Report of the condition
of the American Loan and Trust Company of Guthrio Okla
homa at l lie C1QSC oi Business nugust znu ivuz.
Capital stock $40000 00
Reserve 1252 B8
Dividend.-.. 17 02
Special - . 72 40
Advance payment 5bM 50
Number coupons wri ton .
Number coupons red'emed
Kumbejr. coupons In force ...
The above statement of the-condltlon oi the
and Trust Company is correct.
1 BROWNE CORNISL1SON Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn to before me a notarv public this 5th
dav of August. -lfiOJ. . W. M. SPURLOCK Notary Public
SEAL. My commission expires Oct 20 1005
C. R. BROOKS. I
J. E. BALL VBlrectors.
S. 6 FTOLjnr. )
expensive popular price Uow
iion (million bt.
Pome In BI Ulil acquainted ami .V
louk at our good. J"
H C WorthoLm 6 Son
' ' ' G. A. R.
Washington O. C.
low jounil trip rates by tho Rock
Island Systom "Choataw Oklahoma
and Gulf R. It." to tho Ck A. It. en-
campment Washington D. C. TIckota
on sale Oct 2nd 3rd 4th and 6th irood .
roturnlng until Octr 14thr with prlyjrty"
ogo of oxtonBlon of limit unUlNov.
3rd. Cheap rates to tho rajrioug bat-
Uo (lolds In tho vicinity of Washing-
tan. Greatly reduced rates to New Yorlc
nnd return by the Rock Island Sys-
tom "Choctaw Oklahoma and Gull
It. R" OCtf TSrrzna-nnd 4th good
roturnlng until Octobor 14th.
Call on "Choctaw" ngonts for full
Information In rognrd to iho .xticmo-
ly :o 'w.ound trip rates i Nt T sz
and Washington early In Octobor.
Mrs. Addio Kooso-Homrlghous as-
sistant territorial librarian has en-
gaged a- stilto of rooms at No. 212
West Oklahoma avonuo for the pur-
poeo of conducting a musical studio.
Mrs. Homiighaus is ono of the lean-
ing soprano soloists of tho territory
Dont Be FooLEDa
lake the icrnulnc orltlnol
ROr.KV MOUNTAUJ 7' -
Wuie only y AUillnon Mti'U
.lib lu . INudUon Vl . it
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iiimiI. i 'i on cuc'i c &cka
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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/m1/5/: accessed October 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.