The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 37, Ed. 1, Friday, January 30, 1903 Page: 5 of 8
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THE LEADER QUTHftlE OKLAHOMA FRIDAY JANUARY 30 1903.
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I vvCtxlV Underwear ; I
82 i;in Oottonij g
2 S( 10 J Fleece Lined j; g
THE ONLY "Woo land!
One Price Clothier i-wooi Mixed. ;
IN GUTHRIE !j g
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B M AUT" Are 'ou sti11 Paying-Double?
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!; FSures Guthrie's Leading Clothier g
;! 106 Oklahoma Ave
AROUND THE TOWN.
Look out for tho "Old Maids' Con-
vention" ..' ij &111 Appear soon under
thehusplcics of the Trinity Guild.
Lonox Soap is for sale by all gro-
cers tho best soap made.
Save your money and got yourholf
a now suit. Don't tak much. Webb
Lenox Soap is a pure tallow soap I
will not mt the clothes.
if you doslre your ljnon absolutely
sweet and clean use Lenox Soap.
Oeo. Iott manager of fo Io:t Con-
cert Co.. which will be at the Presby-
terian church January 30th is con-
sidered one of the finest baritone
singers in the Vnltud States For
many years he was the leading bari-
tone singer of tho old original Shubert
Concert company ami is consldorol
one of the leaders of music in tho
BIDS FOR EXCAVATION.
I want bids for excavating dirt back
of new passenger depot at once. A.
J. Corklns. Agent.
SSfejLsj.'a.'JlBi aljA'.Sj." - "' - a.:.7 -
of the highest grade and most dependable footwear
from tbe hast and largest lrianufaciurers in America.
Ladies' Shoes that were 3 50 in Patent Ideal Kid
Five Forders VicI Kid Welts Turn and Mc Kay.
Ladies' Shoes that were $l in Patent Leather Vici
Kid VelourCalf.Tunn.Weltf and McKay. Queen Quality.
Drew Selby & Co.. Thos. G. Plant and other rood makes.
Choice of all $2 Ladies' Misses' Men's and Boys' shoes.-
Choice of all our S shoes Now $1 60
t" and ora23l'
of tlie Clothes that is what the a
high-class lnercb.nt tailors charge m
ynu for. You getit wluu you buy g
C es here Suit. Topcoat g
Overcoat Raincoat or Trou- m
sers tvery detail the best New g
York tailors are using in our g
Rcr.dy-to-'wear garments and the g
material is the latest In design g
and weave. The cost is about $
half what the high-class tailors a
Legislative and all kinds of work
in shorthand and typewriting. Hate
had .several 'ears Pprioncov Use
new and up' to" date Typewriter. Phono
No. 604. J
Louox Soap for your laundry.
Tho George Iptt Concort Co. which
appoars at tho Prosbytorian church
the evening of January 80th promises
to be one of the finest ontortainmanta
given in the city
Leaox Soap Is ftlwffys full weight
PHONK U. O. a. 3RAVit8 pnor.
(F0R.M8LV TH N. B. SMITH STABIS.)
Special attention given to Boarder
Horses bought and sold on Commission
Will train a limited number for tpaed.
Driving saddle and speed horses for sale
Prepared to break colts for any purpose
rntr Vine lod C'.ivjUrd Aieooe
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John F. Palmer an nttornoy from
Pawhuska. Is in the city mixing with
Sheriff C. I.. Rains of Cherokee
county Kansas Is in tho city.
Clifford Jones of Billings Montana
and Dr. Jones of Perry nro in tho oily
the ghosts of their brother Ernost
Jones of the school land offico.
Prof. John Fields of Stillwater is
in tho city.
Dr. B. F Hamilton of Shawnee is
In the Hy.
Kilitor Fred L. Wanner of the King
fisher Free Press Is in tho city.
II. C. Guss has returnotl from a trijj
Airs. L. IT. Halm left last evening
nor Canton III. called then
ous III loss of her fath
fn Wheeler 1ms gone to
Kansas City for a Tew weeks visit
oath friends and relatl
Oeo. W. Wilks of Cushion Is in
Tom Bowie came In today from a
successful week on thi road. j
W. O. Kennedy of Ur Western j
ewspaper Union is i.i the city. j
Bd Jacobs of 8hawnee is In the
TS. L. Hlrschi has gone to St.
LoulsjirLJLbuslnes trip. --
pTaT Howe Of Battfcr-CTeeff. Mich
is in the city a guest at the Royal.
C. B. Ames the Oklahoma City at-
torney is in the city loday.
A. W. Donnnn and C. W. Glover are
here fr'-m Joplln Mo. today. j
F. M. Atlee of Cleveland is In the
Mrs. W. It. Little and daughter of"
Cushtng are guents at tho Royal to
C. H. Ray of Chlokaslm Is In the
Dr. H. B. Cowdrlok secretary of the
territorial board of health is in tho'
city from Hnid today. i
E. K. DoEKOtt of Perry is in the
elt cure the absoluto Rnfety and groat
' .. . . c a u- . economy lmvo mndo thorn tho standard
G. S. Bailey of Snyder here to- BjIn curos nml humour romcdles of tho
day. I civilized world.
George H. Iott Jv EL. Carmen anflV"" - . ' ."
Misses Tarrant and Pringlo membors J The membors of the Guthrie local
of tho Iott Concert company nrao' the Socialist party will dobato tho
guosta nt the Royal.
B. F. Tugior of Croston Iown is in
Dr. Louis Jostor loft today for Hot
Springs Ark. '
D. Gamble of Kingfisher is horo" to-
TJ. p. Grant of DonVor Colo. is" in
tho city a guost at tho Royal.
A. H. Beaumgard of Atolilson.Js n
guost at tho Royal.
Goo. Rood and S. Larimer tto here
W A Burke of tho Missouri Kan-
sas and Oklahoma railroad. Is in the
city a guest at the As tor.
Miss Lenora Hawkins of Tecumseh
is the guost of frlnuds in Uio city
Mv-ATorshn I Ttrrr Thninnsnn who'VllffS tt constitutional treatment
has been 111 in the eity the pat fowi"18 Ca'a lh Cure '-' il-j
weeks has sufficiently recovered lot" """ '"y !" ' nio-ano
he taken to his home In Hnid. Mr. inucpM ' of th- system there.
Thompson will remain in Bnld n few!' "troying the foundation of the
days and will then leave for Hot j ase- nnd vll3 tfie patient .v ed.
Springs. Ar'. where he will undergo tren'n " 1u("n be con-
tretment. IstituOfl and assisting natin; in do
C. A. Houston cashier of the Na-
tional Bank of Commerce of Stillwater
one of Payne county's best business
men. Is here today mixing with the
returned from a trip to Hnid
o Inspector Hfc"HfTTnnirhaa re
turned from n trip of inspection
throughout tho torrltory.
Tho Rev. W. F. Richardson of Kan-
sas City who is to proaoh tho dodl-
catory sermon at tho First Christian
church on Sunday arrlvud Jn tho olty
this afternoon and Is tho guost of
J. T. Oglo.
L. D. Idley of Slgournoy la. is In
C. J. Jones of Parkins is a visitor
In the city.
Mrs. T. C. Darland of Wichita is in
Mrs. M. C. Crowley of Coyle is lr
the city visiting friends.
11. T. France of Lawtoa Is hero to
Mrs. C A. Meek Uaa rtunil from
a trip to Oklahoma Clty ""
SSnatorlt. M. Campbell haTWne to
hiL.Oklahoma City home.
Ust Ik. S. McQulre will give a re-
ception to the legislature an February
17 aad on tho 10th will hold a public
recoptton. Both functions will tttkp
Vlagg In the city hall.
Personally conducted wsokly excur.
slon cars leavo Memphis every Tuas.
j day for California via tho Choctaw
Rock Island System and So. Pac. Ity.
and fcr Portland GrcgOu ovjry
Thursday vja Choctaw Union '
First class table board$atill
Hobart will build a high sohool at
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. ' I scorns of
Find Comfort in Guticura Soap
.When All Other Remedies and
Instant relief and refreshing sleep
f skin-torturwl babies and rent for
Uni worrL-d mothers In wnna bslhs
wfth ( utielira Soap aud gentle anoint
Ings with Cutlcura Ointment purest o
oraolllpiit sWn euros to bo followed In
lOVerp antes br mild doses of CuUcut
ItAnnlvcnl 1H1I 11.1. I. .1.- ... .
sweetest mot speedy permsnent and
t J qoonoinlcal trestuiPiit for torturing
fauts aud children as well ns nd.tlu
and is sure to succeed when fill other
rempdlpi nnd the liest physlclam fall.
The agonizing Itching nnd burning
6f the skin ns in eczema: tho frightful
sealing as In psoriasis; tho loss or hair
and crusting of tho scalp aB In scnllcd
lioedj tho facial dlsflguromot.t. as In
pimplcannd ringworm ; tho awful suf-
fering of infants and anxiety of worn-
out parents ns in milk crust totter nnd
shit rheum all demand a remedy of
almost suporhumnu vlrtuos to success-
fully copo with them. 'Hint Cutlcum
Sonp. Ointment nnd Pills arc such
tstnnds proven beyond nil doubt Xo
statemont is made regarding thorn thnt
Is not Justllled hy tho strongest evi-
dence. The purity and sweetness tho
power to afford Immediate relief tho
certainty of spocdv ami ncrmnnont
tquostlon "Resolved That Thoro
Should Be a Transferable Circulatlg
Madlura in the Cooperative Common-
wealth" during the mooting next Sun-
day at 1:30 p. m at 116 South Sec-
ond streot. All porsojiB interested in
this Utopian Socialistic quostlon
IBiould bo prostfriL
$100 ReWaiU S100.
Tlje readers of this paper will be
'pleased to learn that there le nt least
ona dreadcNl dlsnnte that science has
been nhle to euro in all its s'as4 nd
tharis catarrh. Hall's catarrh cur Is
the only positive cure now knnw.i to
the medical fraternity. Catarrn be.
Ing a constlutlonal dlr.etwe re.
ing lis wors: rne propne c u.tvo
so much faith In It curative poweri '
tVftt VtT Pa n.k VmilA.1 ilnliMt '
ifor tfn-onw of catarrh that It fall Hi
"m-w vw uuwi uw ituiiutr-i Munnin
cure. Send for list of testimonials.
SolJ j.dua.gistjt. 7fic. ' ?
Hall's: Orally Pills nro o boi.
rv Ol .--....-jfcj- umauausts MIVUIIU
SOMy crusted and pimply skin am
BOBir limnoiir-fl. Willi lnaa nt l.l nf I.
. S. FINDL1SY Presideiit: HItOWNJS CORNJSLTSON Secretory.
AMEEICA8 LOAN & TEOST GO
American ? oai and
iii S. Division
Xnp l-nri MnUHttltnli
Paris has leen ileseflhel ns a gigan-
tic lDmisptmp with tbre rtows ktboled
respectively hotrl. m fen ml restaurant.
Tko city has nbout 10000 hotels. Tlwrc
are restaurants in crery block nnd you
can And eafra at stmnst every Rltn
At almost nny rmtnunint you aro sure
cooking. ou enn cut well any-
Ml at any price. There are
places whar the meats cost
as high as In the better restaurants of
Now York and hundreds where yon
can wot n very fair dinner for 50 cents
or. If you would haw wlrv for 10
cents additional. There Is one s ck
company which does an enormous busi
ness In supplying cheap and good food
for Parisians. It was founded by a
butcher who lias his shops still lr dif-
ferent parts of tho city. This company
has 100 or more restaurants whore you
can nlwirys bo sure of good service nnd
goM food. You pay for what you oat
and pwy for everything hut tho prices
A story Is told of a sudden rage Into
which Napolpon I. fell one day ns be
was at dinner. He had senrer parukr-n
of n moiithfiil wbrn nppnrently tsom
ino:mrtun. thought or recollection
stnng his bin In to marines and. reced
ing from (ho inl.lo without rising from j
his olialr -his small stature permitted
tlmt-li.' uiliftoO his foot-dash went
the table crush went the dinner nnd
the ciiitpror sprang up Intending to
pace (he room. Quick as a flash his
waiter scrstohet! n few magie sytrihe!'
on a hit of tauer. and the emperor's
check had grown more than double.
Napoleon appreciated the delicacy of
his attendant and said "Thank you
my dear Dunand" with one of his In-
imitable smiles. The hurries no bad
SIik lor Cream.
That "make believes" of tho stfajr
are not so easily detected now ns In tlrt
days when Mr. Joph Jefferson was
beginning 10 earn bis reputation ns su
nctor Is shown by this story of dra.nal
Ic "business" In the earlier day of the
Walnut Sir. ot theater In Phllnd.lphlu.
The was n si'iu In the course of
which a servmiT was to enter With
"In tlnise days." suld Mr. .lafTerson.
"sea Island cnttin was stage Ice erects
just as molaasfs nnd water was stago
wine sht.'rry or port acconllng to tho
proportion of molasses. Tlie actors
were seated at tlio table whsre they
had been onjoylng such viands as
those and their dlnlogua was making
tho very best sort of an Impression on
a crowded house.
"Then In Ctimo that maidservant
with th wabbllest sort of candelabra
Tho scene was so engrossing that she
was. scarcely noticed but when sfio sot
down her burdon on tho tnblo nnd one
cnndhi toppled out nnd put tho Ice
cream lu u blaze well tho onlfro au
dience burst Into u Iiiugh and tbd cur-
tnfn had to bo rung down."
f!rnt AUrr lllunpr .Spfrrli
Spungor The best after dinner
speech I ever henrtl was once when I
Vta out with Goodley.
Winks And who made the sjaech?
Spnnger Goodley. He said "Tt me
have tho check please waiter." Phil-
g dehircfi to announce that Ite
3 ly orcuiied by Dr. Barker
over Kevy s Llotlilnj' More. AH operations aro per-
formed according to the highest standard. ;
irtje''fncfet modwfh milhods are practiced.
Offick HouiiS 9 .. in. to S p m. Phone 452.
q Guthrie Oklahoma
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If you want to save money invest in the Amen j;(
Loan and Trust Co. We do a sound conservative
business based on bus'ness principles. You i.ty
your dntfsby tile wueltaad we pay dividend! v.;.--icly.
Mone to Loan on Good Security.
Atfirthaenc ' -iigalioi.tthc..'r.O
iniliiMl their tn:e
look like orrliimy rer. nnd nstanllr
trented st stick some siruite salve nteb
or jwwdvr ticing um-1 in the Jipiw vi dry
ing them up and stopping th ; 3i.iclirRe!;
but while the place may temporarily sad
over it again inflames and featexw. fee-
coming as bad or worse tliaii even. After
awhile the deadly poisou begins. ft st
into the surroundhiK flesh aud the 'arc
spreads with frightful rapidity. Tlveutft-
sharp shooting pains which itistintnthU
the cancerous from the common titter.
arc felt nnd the uufortuw le patient is
brought face to face with the inostdriil-
cd of all maladies a cancerou ulcer.
Whenever an ulcer of any kind is lotf
in healing it should be closely watched
particularly if there is an iuhcritr.1 .t
'iisnosition to cancer. Often times a na
lignnut stubborn ulcer starts from r w ..1
' wart mole braise blister or pimple tVi"
wncntne niomt is tainted nnd fie gi- s
andsecdiof cancer a. e Hiplantd ..- ne
aj-stem you cannot tell wlien nor vmciv
' the deaifly poison is going to brenk .-t
S S. S. cures these cauc-r.nis'ulccn; jnJ
chronic sort i by driviiiff out of the a
all the tinrtiid nnd unheal' hy n-.attcr .'
keeps the uVer ii f itnted auf dischnr
It purifies nnd strengthens the 1 '.- '.
enabling it to throw off the germs i A
poisons Uitw c .v .-
mg the further t . -mation
nf c a 1 1 r
cells and whew .- '.f
impurtt ies have 1 ..-. u
removcil from ' c
Wood and system the ulcer he il
rally and jiefmanenlly.
All ulcero c-cn tho smallest shoru f
looked upon with suaniclon nnd Uo' dl
promntly before they liecoute c-iiKe;-' -
S. S. S. is a purely vegetable rom iv
perfect blood purifier and an invigo;iiM;
tonic Write for our free book on t'.nu r."
Thu Swift Spocifio Co. Atlanta. K
IIiht thr I'lood Oame.
Tlie aboriginal blacks of AustrallRi
bnro a queer tradition about the flood.
Thoy nay that at ono time there was ns;
water on the ourth nt all except in the
body of an Immense frog where mea
nnd women could not got nt It. 'There
was a great council on the subject An!
It was found out that If the frog coutet
be made to laugh the waters would run.
out of bis meut'i nd tho drought tw
So spveral animals were made t
dance anil caper Ix'forc the frog to In-
duee him to laugh hut ho did not oveo
smile and eo the wafers remained In
his body. Thon sotno one happened to.
think of the queer contortions Int&
which tho col could twist Itself and It
wns strnlghtwny brought before tho
frog nnd when the frog saw the wrig-
gling he Uughcd so loud that tho whole-
earth trembled and tho waters poured;
out of his mouth In a great flood 1m
which many people wcro drowned.
The black pooplo wfu-o saved froce?
drowning by the pelican. This thought-
ful bird ntftdo a big canoe and wenj.
with It nil among the Islands that ap
pttnrj here nnd tbnrd above the ftnr-
iaco at tho wnter and gathervd In thv.
blank pnoploand saved-them.
Customer 'wildly)-1 wnnrsome ecottnf
Ing sirup quick!
Druggist What slse bottle?
Custoiner-BottJet I wantdkegt It's.
Stickel D. D. S.
1i;ih sci-nrd the oihVes former
at 1H'2 West Oklahoma Avenue
a cost of ?25000.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 37, Ed. 1, Friday, January 30, 1903, newspaper, January 30, 1903; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc71968/m1/5/: accessed May 24, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.