The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 10, Ed. 1, Monday, December 29, 1902 Page: 2 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA MONDAY DECEMBER 29 1902.
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I A Holiday Suggestion
Are vou tivinir to decide on
entr It so. can you mm oi a mure uuiug " uuo.....v...
gift to any member of your family than oue of our
Home Savings Banks?
Mil III I I ' ' '
You can open an account
grand child wife or any relative or friend for that mat
ter and the hank you receive from us will make an excel -lent
present. Any amount from 1 up secures a b.inlc.
CAPITOL NATIONAL BANK
$ C. E. Billingsley Pres.
It. S. Briggs
Wo .llov Interest at the ra.te of 4 per cent ffl
per aunum $
Open daily from 9 a m. to 8 p. m. Saturday and evening m
until 10 p. m ffl
Capita.1 txnd Surplus - - $1300000 jfj
Over a. Million on Deposit )jj
fr.iTvv. II AM1 1 MrmBv L. total
Ctfjrriekl 19J h Mar Stkaffmir A hrx Cktatf
Thin is the "right clothes place." Read that to nr an
cither- Mtrht place for clothes or the place for right clothes.
"We mean it both wevs. and we've got the goods to proe It
both way No man who cares how he dresses can afford to
miss -ieeiiiK and trying on some of the winter Milts add over
coats w. have selected from the stock of
tnaker ot the bit clothes we ever saw. These goods are the
perlectiun ot i:iiul tailored ready-to-wear clothes.
Tin- 1 iut. .ire low but the reason fur buying your clothes
here i- uli.it vn'i ot rather than what you save
N nu ' i fi t p"i lect sty n' per lei t taiNn in p 1 fert tit .uui
tll '! '11. li t 1 i hi' tiling .i.n.ii- e -;ot wlltt
yuu 1 ' 11 ml duiilit il uii 1 ; ii'l it 1 u -t iicht m
some suitable holiday pres
in the uame of vour child.
G. A. Nelson Cashier ffl
Ass t Cashier. ft
" AVti IV
HOW TO DRINK MILK.
Why It Disagree With Some Peoplt.
When one neds a reviving stlmu-
laat afr exhaustion nothing can
rival the effect of hot mflk Kipped
9omo people say they ran not di-
te ' milk ami these are the floople
wln drink li down quickly fo that 1ie
dints' ivo aUa. In pi ing around It
form larg curda which give tixmole
Wort Vy ran be absorbed.
'1 h rmht way Is to tip the milk In
-mall amounts so tha earn moo h
fnl n it descends Into the Btotmu .
Is Ftinourdv'd hy the gastric fluid a-.d
whtn -v .vhole Rla eful Isdtown the
fffiu 1? thou of a tipong.'l masa of
ritrd lii ml vi of whlih thi I? 'fit
Kfts ile jutes course sp dil doing
their work of turning th- mid Into
p ptoiu-B that t ho thanes can take up
To niak" sun of complete dlRf -tlon
tak( one n.- two of Stuart's Py -nnla
Tall?tg afterwards aa th
papain and Intaae they contain In.
cr.flso the quantity and efficiency of
the gas trie Juices and mpnly tne
natural digestive ferments which a!l
weak stomachs lack.
Mlas Anna Folger a prof -eional
ntirao. peaking of the value of
Stnari'a Table's in convalescence
says: In adult patients rec voting
from severe Illness and especially in
children where milk dVagree. one or
two tablots overoome any difficulty
and sefm to streng'hen the stomach
In a remarkably short time. I myself
have mod them daily for years when
my own digestion has cufferwl from
the irrcfrularltte a.n loss of sleep
consequent upon my occupation.
Not only children and Invalids but
p:ofPB"lonal people and others whoe
raesds are necosmrlly hurried or irreg-
ular will find Stuart's Dsinla
Tablsts of the greatest value in keep
ing tip te tone and digestive vigor of
They contain tlivi active digestive
fennen'A the lack of which Is r. ally
Uia only cnuso of indigestion aiul
stomach tumbles and the regular
dally use of Uism otter meals will
IHOlmbly cure any case of macli
traubla except such n ariswti fiom
cancer or ulceration)
Many dnjggists have salit that (hey
sell mora Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets
than alt other stomacli rr.jMllee com.
The Territorial Teachers' associa-
tion cloed a biuy session at Oklaho-
ma City Wednesday night.
Had a Good Time
A J. Snell wanted to attend a party
bn' was afraid to do so on account of
pains in his stomach which he feared
would grow worse. He says "1 was
telling my troubles to a lady friend
who said: 'Chamberfain' Colic Chol-
era and Diarrhoea Remedy will put
you in condition for the party.' I
bought a bottle and ke pleasure hi
rta'ing that two doses cured me and
. nahlc-d u to have a good time at the
party " Mr. Bnell is a resident of
Summer Hill. N. Y. This remedy is
for sale by the Eagle drug store.
A cciut just completed otf Duncan
hhows 'hai she haa 2176 people as
again t 3100 a year ago. The do.
'i c is accounted for by the open.
Hi? of tlK- new country lo the wsfct.
The town Is rJd to be growing rip-i
U 13 again
To Cure a Co'd In One Day.
take Laxative Brtmo Quinine Tab-.1-
This .Ignsture fitftj
tu rery box 85c.
"Hello 3111" was presen'cd In every
utate east " tha HlNisslnpl ' ver lMt
seacou and Ue funny com 'fly comes
with the unanimous eudorseineot of
the pres and public everywhere as
being the farcical hit of the twentieth
The Osark and Cheroke Central
railway ran Ita first train into Mus-
kogee yasteroay as a Christmas tur.
Lsaox Soap ! U19 IH. Iwmdry
soap ntads It lathurs frQfily in hard
watsr. kdeps the clothes nice and
white; try It.
THE CAPITOL NA-
TIONAL DAWK. O P
MA. OFR3 TO D
BU!ttTC AKD RF
1 Local Happenings of Olty and Torrl
tory Briefly Told.
1 The ArdmoiiVe sajs that the Fn-ci
I- going o build from ftavla to thi
asphalt mlnoB and on to Tishomingo
a dlstar.co of eleven miles.
' B. M Morehead the cotton klni? of
Payn county Is planning to pr. In
alKiiu I 0 acres of colt on next sea-
son 8hanc4 citizens Will soon hav ' to
look out for the Snta Fe cars.
j Lxlng'on hopes to have a railioru'
Astreet fakir wsa among the vls.
I org at Watonga last week.
I ICxjiert O. V. Brnce left yestc day '
for Guthrie to remain until aftc- the '
holiday. Watonga Republican.
I.awton 'people arc paying twenty to
t.went)yflvv cents per gallon for
I kerosene which Is declared to be of a
I poor quality while other cities get.
I good oil for fifteen sears or two gal
lons tar a quarter.
The Creek council before the clos
ing of the cession p ovided for a Irho
hvpoctoy (o pass upon all leases t
mado by Creek cl'lzens. and no l.n;'s
wil bo Ugal until Inspected app'
ed and recorded by the Inspector
Nine city (prisoners wre turn' 1
loose at Shawnee on Christmas ly
and before night eight of the paroled
were onc more registered In the cliy 1
The annual election of officers in
the lodges and societies Urougnout
the territory has begun.
Shawnee is planning for a new city
hall paved streets and a population
By an order of the federal govern
ment al) Raw Indian who were on
the cltlsenshU? roils by December 1
1902 were entitled to nn equal allo'-
nieat of lands and moneys belonging
to the Kav tribe. Albert Taylor is a
full blood Katu On November 28
two days before the rolls were closed
his wife prvjoented him with twin
babies. He enrolled ihein immedi-
ately. They have lived and to Tay'or
thoy are worth $71000 in land and
money which as citizens they will
receive by allotment
To Get Rid of a Troublesome Corn.
First soak it in warm water to soft
en it. then pare it down aa closely as
possible without drawing the blood
and apply Chambe Iain's Pine Ba'm
twice oally; rubbing vigorously for
Ave minutes at each application. A
com plaster should be worn for a few
days to protect It from the shot. As
a genera liniment for sprains bruis.
03 lameness and rheumatism Pain
Balm Is upoqusled.
For .-ale by Eagle
Tho construction of th new fed
eral jail at South McAleeter has been
held up because of the protest of a'
number of cltlssns regarding Its lo-
cation which Is In close proximity to
lb churches of the town. The nut-
ter is to b investigated.
I-enox Soap is a full weight cake
and just' is the hand no corners to
To Cure a Cold In One Day.
Take Laxative Hromo Quinine
Tablsts. All druggists refund the
money if It falls to cure H. W.
Grove's signature Is on each box. 2Ec.
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The Gentleman's Resort
The best of Wines Liq-
uors and Cigars
L. D. Fossott Prop
For Cool Drinks
A neat orderly resort is
We Keep in 8tocV
H.ipstone Kye. Saffel.
)!1 Monk .mil Silver
'.V. d.li..j Kc
We accord ruurteous treatment
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I Facsimile Sujnnlure or B
L Thirty Years
k KlUT CCNTAOK eOMMHT. MtW OBK CITY.
!; Wo aro Soiling Lots of Stoves Because
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AT PRICES THAT MAKE THEM THE CHEAPEST. j
NEW YORK HARDWARE. - Guthrie. Okla.. ;
Loans Reruals Insurance
STEAM BOILER and
Insurance in Leading Companies
ZSWmA. ruoNK.io Guthrie Okla.
Hooviir and Gccskill Proprietors
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t t i imi ;i'l ll M'HI 1 Kill i.t t I I ii -' i II t i M ' If i t i;
H'i.m- South Second Street Phone 128
BANK Bl'RGL-ARY U
The Cam mack
Livery and Boarding Sfables
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 10, Ed. 1, Monday, December 29, 1902, newspaper, December 29, 1902; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc71941/m1/2/: accessed October 21, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.