The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 37, Ed. 1, Friday, January 30, 1903 Page: 8 of 8
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TM LEASMtrL aUTHRlC OKLAHOMA FRIDAY JANUARY 30 1961
COLLAR'S STORE AGAIN RODBED.
SecomnVlJtttntlon of. Nocturnal Proy-
rs Within Two Months ;
'i' i)..'' frjrr- H
Tho -store otf M. Qpllir.ukalnc In.
n-rewKid haqd furniture on SoutfuSeQ-
ail strel was broken Into lasb even-
Sins: and a roUD$i'tt:pot.;vlaed JJLXif
19108' talain Tho tfbbbors igaltwNl-.oiVs
tfcr&nco to the 'Atom through the front
door. A4. 'o'clock this "morniag Mr.
-flOonar was .notified that storo door
Stead boeh fburitl'opdn 'try' tho police.
This Is thd second time tho storo
IfeaS Twscn robbed wlttrln tho past two
moaths. tho former time the robborfl
apihtW tmtraMcO through f the roar
-tfcoT tinb laltlng fdur shbt guns valued
"No duo 4ms been found to th per-
T&ietratoTS of otther robbery.
CACH MULHALL WAS
IN THE CITY.
"The Oklahoma Cattleman-Railroad
Man Js'.an Enthusiastic State-
Y.ach Mulhall. ganeral live stock
nt f Iho SL JxmiIh &ap Fraticle-
Vallroad.wa8 in .the city lag' night.
3Hr. Muthajl. la a well known cWao-
cr throughout tho west. WJlilo hU
t-mt- !. . haIhImM
wnicc is in ' iQijia i"
nfTlnlnl rortMnnrtn In Oklahoma-.. V-
-v.v.w.-. . . - .-P .. --- --- JCT T i
the father of tho town of MulhaL .'
iaa a large residence adplnjpg r ''
...;. .i ! T.llio wJnm WasI-
w":i:i mm mi .-v....
crnra know as an export lariat
4hrower. Uayfc the Kansas City Star.
TOf." Mulhaina Just now an ontuus-
1aUc''advocat6 'br statehood for Ok-
Halioina"an hollo'fOr' the passage of
AT THE TOLER.
K The"SHov Girl Score.
TUco'b "Sh'ow Girl nppoared last
wilElit at tho Auditorium nud scored a
fldcldoi auctds The Sht-w Girl" Is
Tap-to-aalov'lil overs" rfespect. JBrlght.
wltty ti'lai8feue' ' hnd catchy music.
vili ty&d Bpvdclaltles' Bandwiched lm
TlH Cailotta Gllman tho "Show
CXrI"liUs a lino -soprano volco and
3sakc& U" 'catchy "Show Girl." Mr.
JOon ijolila"iSide of tho boat comic
Irt5rac6modlans of this soason'a crop.
AS "DlonyBliiB Fly" ho scored heavily.
XTlSB'"BroU' Miss Baxter and MUs
'""Watoa1Inhde "uf a1' splendid femalo
&nC -Ir. Uno'hs "Fsrost McCroary"
Mr Vii 'Oo'lt' Albcrtson as "Eros Ar-inor"-Mr.
iCano aa ''Lord Dyco" and
"Mr. "FlaVcllo at tho "cat" woro all
Swppfty'1 'rbcWvcd. ' Tho chorus Js
JrtronB and well drilled tho girls hav-
"ss Rood looks' as woll as voices Tho
'atjatrmfos woro bright and tho sconory
-saitenuatV "'AltoUothor "Tho Show
Kflrl" Is vory pleasing ontortalnment
Waanger TtJlor' Is- to bo congra'.ulatod
TOpon Bocu'rlng this excellent com-
pany. Manager Tolor is working hard
4o HWinrfe a'rfclurn date for this com-
any. IchlVa Dally IHagle Thursday.
-.Jfanu 2)th 1003.
'Notarial commissions woro Issued
"day Iq (hovfollowlng:
Marie' S. Warner of Oklahoma City
Alva' J Nlles of Ulackwoll. Kay
ojWty. ' "
A Marvelous Invention.
"'vTOnfl.e'rsinqvcr coaso. A maehlno
has been Invoulod that will cut. va4to
'And hang wall tiapar. Tho hold of In-
ventions' and dUcovcrlos ?oema tp bo
iinllmitwl. Notable among groa: dla.
"wrvprlttf U Ur KIpg'B Now DUcovvy
ifor Consumption. It has done a
-world of pood for weak lung1 and
.aavect many a lifts. Thousands have
wsed it-and conquered Grip. Bithn-
nshltie Pneumonia and Consumption.
Thetr general Ycrdhjt la. "It't thB
"toest and: iups( i;ollablo medicine tor
-hroat and ing troiiblpn Every -Wo
and T1.00 bottle ii guaranteoti by J.
"yttieolar & Son druggists. Trial hot-
" mod's 4VWibW Glrl"-'whlch Is one of
lio IukobV and-beet attractions of the
season will appoar at tho Brooks' to-
snorrdw iiifeht; Boattf are now on sale
Prices. 2oe. 50c. 75d. and L00.
nte liivthllar cough wheh InrlloaUS
routJ' ts ruWrally- known to Uia moth
ra of crcAnty ' children.- No time
hould 'bef 4ost- In tho troaRmont of tt
- and for this purpoae no medicine has
tfvcelvca more universal approval
1 'ihaji ' CKambte-Iala's Cou remedy.
"Do -Aot tva-tft valuablo time in egeper.
Smrtitlng with untried romodiea. no
o'atte'Tu6w highly thoy may be rec-
-oramended bus give fhl ravxlldnp as
-dllroctd and all symptoras of orup
-wlU dteappnar. Fpr sala by Eagle
rjjnrg" SCore: -
Mown. Ir. Mulhall has two daughter. "gy Mn thP .orW vn ape-
anas Aunos. isald.to.bo tho original tors cared bimot OmRiimptjoa WtenMls
. a'. h .. . '.. frAn UaluUaglan jfNokomlwarweaafrjm
sr wrBBfv" In Ifort 8 A Toxas ; i.wS r.f dr.h hv tfin fatuoac kncilsh
Guthrit- still in a fever of ejkjpiterl
irent Over tho Wonderful
Cute? Informed hv
Dr. Russell & Co.
The Celebrated English Special-
ists. Nothing JlJre it was ever 8Cen
Offices: Astor House Oklahoma
Avenue. Guthrie. O. T.
Headrod rlcbt bare at home i
mef rtonSrruJ Bftlii. One lady. M
.rtie. at JoUon wan cured oia
ere at home tesilv'y to
th rr ile after 0 roars suffering.
fr Wt tllnc she could eat nullity
aw cat- at." tr'.ik.
J5"mn llunte' of Tuscola save she
I ..tttfeiy Wind with an cy.
e uicac. Hun
iul specialists. Dr RueiiAC
o tor ner eyf
iH--.aIUtK. Dr Kniuell & Co . ieople ealloo
I it a in rncle out u was nn "iracie hiiuiJi;
filrtli ana -imiiiy
rn iitTBQMf.f. JLon nr lortav Hie Ticcrof
Ath infnrv anAr.InllMtli'. thev tiave ten rtlf-
i "':.-r'. -: : r. ' . . j ..... v...
Uiedral colleges and hospital in the coun-
try l hi-r are oid In exiierUnee ana rkfi ru
icrent aipioraa nu iirciiic mini vv "v
in- v want tn re and talk to all sufferers
their heart goes out to those who from day
to day lead a life of patn allfl mli-rv.
Wo TreoLt a.nd Cure D aud "
weaknt of women sucn a fallluK o'
the woali Whites (Leucorrnea) Hearlnf;
down pain and all cnronlu dHcharge. etc.
Pile- Tltultt. HUITUKB wU.t pain
xnlfe needle hlaod or deten.'loa rom otisi
ne vocf en-fullv cured All chrilc skin
(l'..eae. -uperfluous hair an J warts re
Cixta.rrh Positively Cured
All diseases of the Throat. Nost. Kar. Kyrs
I.unes Htomach Liver Kidneys andlllad-
i.r Pnsltlvnlv cured Also IthcumaUiim.
Sciatica I'ai alysls. Heart's Dlseast- Iltisht's
b ana uonsumptiou wncn iacuiiu
time A never .ailing remedy lor Goitre or
Private Diseases ana success
i-i. n . km tun.
Gonorrhea cured lu 5 days
hood Milky Urine.
vnnthim follies or self ai.ue. Snerinator
rhea. Emissions loss of semen. Debility.
Nervoas- ess. Despondency D-zzlncss Untune-
for marriage and business poor
ineinHry. Varicocele aversion to society.
Qulcknei-s. etc . haupll cu-cd Delay
means dinner and death.
Blood Poison or Syphilis
Mucous patches In the mouth bore Throat
Pimples. Copper Colored Spots. Ulcer en
any part of the body Hair or Eytbrows fall-
ing out cured forever
THK I'OOlt TilKATbD FUKI! UAILT
From U am to 1 pm. . .
im ItimSKLL C hav faith In thelt
ab Utv o iure hae achieved a world
ttlderepuu Ion irowned with unparalleled
succc's. hence make the following liberal
SiOT A DOI.LAU XKKD K VA1I UNTIL
U(Jlti:i) 'Ihey substantiate every state-
ment herein contained andthe utmost prt-
racj ts maintained with every patient They
Instruments and a large supply of t'.tlr ou n
drui Consultation froe .ml private.
t 1 If unable to call write us your
Write troubles and receive by return
mail our exett jplulon free Our home
treatment W the tmut perfect known to
medical science Address
t)lt. UUS3KLL & CO (lutlirle. Oklit
(. And treatment rooms. Pit
xJIIlCeS vatcparl.irs. Anlorlloui-e
Houre- 8at.to8pm Sundays. 10 am to I
pm l'rlvate entrance for lrdles. '.
teoas tremmrnt to all. no matter it you
wish to take treatment or not. Call aua lit
ns talk your troublt over ples-tntly and .
nnciir an iiieir laicsi uicuiciti ami ouijci.;.
BROTHERS OF THE 3RD. DEGREE.
Romantic and Mystic Brotherhood
of tho 20th Contury depleting tho
evolution of the human soul-through
the trials of life romembor you tho
ordeal of Initiation You aro request-
ed to call at tho office of Dr. C. D.
Gully opposite postofflco Guthrlo
Okla. and prepare for tho 4th dogrco
which of all will bo tho soul Inspiring.
Breathing throughout tho spirit of
oloanlliiOTB which can only .bo. ob-
tained by taking ono of thoso famous
up to date Turkish baths thtiro la no
hotter bath Ip tho world than tho ono
you will get hero. Open day and
night for both box. 'Phono 409.
Unconscious from Croup.
During a sudden and torribto at'ack
of croup our Httlo girl -was uncon'
sclous from ptrangulatlon says A L
SpaSord postmaster. Chostor Mich..
i and a doa of Ono MInuto Cough Cure
wa admlnisterol and rcatc often
P rduce4 thQ' swelling und (hflaraa.
tlon. cut the mucous and short the
child was reatlng caBy and speedily
It cures coughs colds
in grlpp. and all threat trouble
Ona Mlnntn Pouch dim Itnirora In
lhe thn)at d oho3t ttndabloa tho
lungs to contribute purr neaitb.giv.
Ing oxygen to the blood. For Bale by
J N. Wallace.
"Black Pattl" will bo presented to
a orowded house at tho Brooks' the-
tor tonight. Pricei. 2Pq 60c am? 75(j.
pop rent A 3 room Kotiso.
quire a gj East Vllaa.
Tonight "Black Parti."
how tle Kailfe JfMrptu a Briar Th
--' WnnlPWrr'RHJnr. ' (
The Bskluio g?ifftMnnn never selects
n. wife In hi ow u lllngc. As Boon as
he Is able to tnflHJja living for a family
l)f? ifoos Into a nblchborlng village hint
full In a lit of l6n before some likely
girl. Sho Is then penned up for some
tttne In a housA hort of dugout or
mirrftw Iptjjfe tftintl nnd wljqn the
brUJe Tiay Monies lio goes there and
ctftwls In. It Is In tho piny that the
orfilo to bo shall so strenuously object
Hint she lights him off. ltd then goes
nut aud gets bis logs and sled ojd
Whan they are harnessed up he goes
In" again overcomes hor ties her bai-ds
and f6et places her on the sled hnd
haute hor to bis own village. That
cddfttletos tho ceremony of marriage
The vTiole village gives them a wed-
ding feast. N'oxt day or later on. If
tlloy dori't forget It they go before k
minister of tho gospel and are married
lil due form. Thts feature of the union
however. Is not Important nud does
not bother them very much.
Tho dressing of the bride's hair Is
a ravolntloii' It is done up In a series
of knotri about n foot high on top of
bUr head and pulled so tightly from the
fcefllp thnt very often big patches of It
are fairly pulled out by the roots leav-
ing bald and barren places around the
ears and the temples.
An IntelllRcnt Dor:.
A gentleman once hnd a very hand
some and Intelligent collie In his pos-
sesion. One day he lost the dog when
taking It through the city. The crea-
ture In vnln searched everywhere for
his master nud at last seeing a hansom
cab creeping leisurely along jumped
Into It and settled himself determined-
ly on tho seat. Tho driver tried to en-
tice It out but without success and n
little crowd collected. None dared to
tackle the dug but at Inst a facetious
spectntor shouted out "I say Bill
darn mo If he don't want to bo druv
home." "That's It; Hint's what he
wants" they nll agreed amid shouts of
laughter. Then ono examined his col
lar nnd fount! an address clearly en
graved upon It. Without further ndc
cabby jumped tip nnd drove up to this
same address -which proved to be the
correct one. Needless to sny the cab-
man was substantially reworded. The
dog had been In the habit of driving
borne every eveutng with his master In
a hansom nnd with doggie reasoning
had decided to follow his usual custom
yvhen ho had given up hope of finding
bis muster. Lonuon opinion.
Dr. .loTTctt nnd Dlble Illstor-. (
The following story of Dr. jqwett
was current among the undergraduates
at Oxford in my day. It had reached
the master's ears that BcjIoI men M'cre
not so successful In the examination In
"Itudlments of Itellglon" ns In tho clas-
sical schools so that he dctcrmlnc.d to
call up the next batch of candidates
and catcchlso them himself In IJlbt"
hlstorv. "Mr. Smith." ho Is rencHed
to bavo said "what prophet went up to
heaven lu a chariot of lire!" "Elijah
Blr." "It Is disgraceful that a scholar
of this college should be so Ignorant!
Mr. Jones?" "filljah. sir." "Mr.
Brown V "Elijah sir." At this point
the library boy entered and to strike
the undergraduates with shame ho was
appealed to. "Tell theso geutlomou
what prophet went up to heaven In a
chariot of fire." "Elijah sir." Then
ensued n pause nud then "Well gontle
mon perhaps it was Elijah!" Cornhlll
The Power of u Tip.
Experienced Traveler (at railway res
taurant-W!ien did that man at the
other table give his order?
Walter 'Bout ton minutes ago sir.
"What did he order?"
"Beefsteak and potatoes sir."
"Uow much did he tip you?"
"Well here's a shilling. Cook him
another steak ana bring me his." -
"Yes 8lr."-London Telegraph. '
Too Much Ltk. Work. '
"It's terrible to be sleepy so much of
tbe time" nld Meandering Mike.
"Why don't you go to sleep?" re-
joined Plodding Pete. "You might ai
"Dat's Avhere-you're wrong. If dere
is anyflng I dreads It's golu' to sleep
I might dream I was workinV'-Wasb.
f Ington Star.
Willie What makes you come to our
nouse so often Mr. Hanklnson? Do
Vou want to marry our Irene?
Miss Irpue (taken by Surprise but
reaming with rare presence of mind
that Mr. Hanklnson has to say some-
thing now) Willie you Impertinent
boy leavo the room!
Usually tbe opportunities that come
to a man are thoso that Knock on his
door on a cold morning and he has to
go out in his bare feet and coax la.
Bucb Is the flexibility of our language
that a noblo bmto mav bo eithnr a
thoroughbred St. Bernard or a rascally
foreign fortune seeker. Washington
Mrs. Wltherby We must give eome
sort of affair dear If only to maintain
Wltherby I uupposo you want It t
cost as much as possible?
"Oh. more than thatl"-Llfe.
I hear you are goto to marry aM
'or laud's sakef
'"We hare three children. Before the
birth of the last one my wife used fonrbot.
ties or MOIIIRIVS rRIEHD. If you had the
pictures of our children you could see at
a g ance that the last one
Is healthiest prettiest and
flnest-looklnpof them all.
Mr wife thinks Mother's
Friend Is the greatest
remedy li the
world for cxpect-
nnt mothers." -Written
by a Ken-
prevents nine-tenths of the
suffering- Incident to child-
birth. Thcctmlnr mother's
disposition and temper remain caitfled
throughout the ordeal because this relax-
ing penetrating liniment relieves the
usual distress. A good-natured mother
is pretty sure to have a good-natured child.
The patient is kept In a strong healthy
condition which the child also Inherits.
MJh.r's Friend takes a wife through the
crisis quickly and almost painlessly. II
assists in her rapid recovery and wards
off the dangers that so often follow de-
livery. 5oIdbydruroUUfor$l a bottle.
THE BRADFIHLD REQULATOR CO.
S?nd for our free Illustrated book written
sprestljr for expectant mothers
(By Associated Press.)
Kansas City Live Stock.
Cattlo 2000; steady; native steers
3 60Tj6.G5; cows and holfors. 2.00
4 26; Blockers and feoders 8.004.55;
Hogs 1000; strong to 10c higher;
heavy C.7506.9B; mixed packers 4.00
0.88; light G.4GiqG.G7; yorkors
0 0000.07; pigs C.0G8G.46.
Shoop 1000; strong; muttons. 3.50
5.10; lambs 3.G0iJG.25.
Kansas City Grain.
whoat May C8(3G87&; July 66Vfr
. . . rtK. . x. ..
No- 2 hard- GV&JC7; No. 3 CBJ
C6; No. 4. MQGty.; rojected H40
50; No. 2 red G970; No. 3 rod G5
Corn Jan. 38; May. 3SVi: No. 2
mlxod 3940vNo. 2 white. 4094
4U; No 3 whlto.40H
Oats. No. 2 whlt6. 3Gffr30V5: No. 2
i rtyo. No. 2 45
1 Hay. timothy 13.00013.50; prairlo
Itecolpts of whoat 100 cars.
Kansas City Produce.
Butter croamory 19028; dairy U).
Tried to Conceal It.
It's tho old story of "murder will
out" only in this caso therc'f no
orlmj. A woman fools run down has
backacho or dyspepsia and thinks It's
nothing and tries to hldo it until she
finally breaks down. Don't deceive
yoursolf. Take Electric Bitters at
onco. It has a reputation for curing
Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles
and will revivify jlour whplo system.
.Tho worst forms of thoso maladies
wU quckly yleW t0 the cxrMr0
lwr of Electric Blfttors. Only 50c
and guaranteed by J. Wheeler & Son.
CO. A.'S DRJLL NIGHT.
I AH members of Co. A Ok. N G.
are h'eroby ordered to meet at their
Armnrv 10q waf Harrison avenua.
ovqr tho Eagle drug store on Wednoa-
day evening at 7:30 for regular drill.
By order of
G E. Dunnlca
Capt. Comd'g Co. A.
A New Throunn Car Une From Me
phla to Portland Oregon.
On Wednesday November 19th the
"Rook Island System" octaw. Ok-
laboma and Gulf It. R- in connection
with tho Union Pacific route estab.
Hahed a through personally conducted
urst "'"J" ca1r1ne t0 '"J'
Oregon which will leave Memphis
every Wednesday at 9:00 a. m. I.lttlo
Hock 1:15 p. m. South McAlester I.
r. 10:50 p. ra. same day Oklahoma
City 2:40 a. m. Thursday El Reno
S:40 a. m. Denver 7:30 a m. Friday
Ggden 7:15 a. m. Saturday arrlvln
Portland Oregon 8:10 a. m. Sunda1
I tA cheap and comrortablo way to
travol Is in thu personally conducted
-waekly excursion tourist cars to th
pacific coaat. Through rom Mem.
phU without change via "Rock Island
System" Choctaw Oklahoma and
GUlf It. R. and So Pac. Iiout- and
trnton Pwgflc Route
Syrups and Pancake Flours j
Fancy Sap Maple
absolutely pure the finest produced.
The Old Manse Brand
A trial will convince you of its merits.
Travis & Go's. Ohio
made to comply with the rigid Ohio pure food lavf.i
New Orleans Molasses
the famous fiell Rose Brand open kettle goods.
The Purina Health
made where purity is paramount.
i composed of wheat! corn and
Buckwheat Old Fashioned
milled in Pennsylvania wh-re things grow good to eat.D
always reliable No mixitig over night.
fa rni ni.in
c -0i v"uuu..a v.uu. jfl
Friday January 30
The world famous
Black Patti Troubadours
All new features. 30 refined comedians singsrs dancers
Prices 25c 5oc 75c Box seats $1
Saturday January 31
Largest greatest and best of all musical successes
The Show Girl
By R. A. Barnet. as produced at Wallack's Theatre New
York with a cast of forty players and thirty-five of the hand
somest young women on the stage.
Prices 25c50O75c$i Boxes $i.5o
XTRA! XTRA! XTRA!
Thursday February 5
Fashionable Event of the Season
Appearance of the celebrated actor
Mr. Charles D. Herman
Supported by the famous
In a magnificent scenic production of the dramatic success
The Lion's Mouth
A great play a great company a great production
All numbers of Guthrie Lodge No.
2 K. of P. aro requested to attend
tonight's convention work la the
rank of P. Esq. and 1C with now
C. H. Grliwold C C.
L. S. Page K. of R. and S.
Black ribbon belt with buckle in
front and bow in tho back. Finder
J please leave at this oSIce.
rice unequaled in quality jj
u.Ann a ....
$1.00 75c and 50c
1903. 1903. 1903.
THE 8T. PAUL ART CALENDAR."
Six Sheets 10x15 Inches
Sont by mall on receipt ct 25 cefa.
In stamps or coin.
F. A. Hlller
Gvneral Paasen?ar Ageat
Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul Rail-
way Company Chicago IIL
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