The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 108, Ed. 1, Thursday, April 23, 1903 Page: 5 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY APPIL 23 1B03.
One Price Clothier
Our stock of
is larger than
Men's Spring and Summer Suits I
5 i 1 " ry
O V- . i I
M ; -
We invite you to come in and
examine and try on as many suits
its you like. All the new 1908 ma- g
lefiitls are here every kink in g
cut and tailoring is carried out.
Psaked lapels narrow
coats open longer easier; vests 2
cut longer; trousers easy and just
Zl Price ?3450U. 50 7.50 $8.50
Our stock of
10.00 $12.50 U3. 50 $15.00.16.50
and $18.00. a
Guthrie's Leading Clothier
Making a Hit. I The Ladlos of the W. C T. U. will
Piorsoll is maktnc a hit with his mcot with Mrs. A. Z. Clarke bit East
strawberry loe cream.
l.aW 10 cents a week da-
Vilas Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock
CURES catarrh of the stomach.
Oklahoma's Largest Dry Goods Merchants
Turnovers and Stock Collars
That will Wash
The proper neckwear for warm weather. Always
look neat and clean and the styles we are now
showing are just in by express rom New York
Priced at 25c 50c 75c ond SI eatch
Cuffs and collars to match
25c. 35c. 50c set
Your Special Attention
It called to our Spring and Summer line of Ladles'
Oxfort's and Strap Slippers.
We are shoeing the latest in high- class footwear in
the newest lats in wide and narrow widths with all
kinds of heels from spring to the very highest
Ftench. This department is in charge of a compe-
tent shoe man -who is an expert fitter.
Ramsay Bros. Dry Goods co.
.. GUTHRIE O. T.
J Mayor C M Barnes and" H M Field
jlng are at Kansas City investigating
the paring contracts
34 -s O. T Smith and children ar
rlre' laat ovenlng from Chlcao n
imal their future home In the cltv.
Ii r. O. .At. Randolph of KM. 1 In
JS .Mayor u. u. jones m yjKimautumit
City and president of the Oklahc
Clty and Western railroad ww
tlio city today enroute to ht h
from Pawnee where he attended con
I . .- -.. r. r ... i-
snprui unas. tx. wurpamvr io
Woodward oqlmty on a bualneaa trf
G A. GorgMon U visiting lit
city today from Perhlna. W
Forest Knlpe of Perkins 18 In Gffi
nltv tnilav. ft..
J. S. byon C. 0. KneWay tj
DIokoy. J. II. CoUorai ana jonn jm
Harwell represented Quthrle at Oljla
homr City yestenlny.
Mm. Slay Lenhart of Rlploy. la In
O. T. Hoffman is In the olty from
T. A. Hunt Is a Marshall visitor in
Representative Jos. Tnttle la a Law
ton visitor In the city.
Miss ElOlso B. Rooeo of Anadarko
la hero today.
Mrs. D. D. Hogg of AnadarKb is a
guoBt at tlio Astor.
John T. and H. C. Roono of Kansas
City. feuostB at tho Elks.
MrthanKk. Blaine of Sprlngflold Is
MlBlyRloyt of Enid me In tho
city toiury enroute to Mulhall for a
vlalt with Alias Maude Burford.
C. W. Clark a former reaidant of
the city. Is here today from Oklnhomn
Prof. Joteph Gray former principal
and superintendent of Uie. Blgin III.
public schools. Ib In the city the guoat
of Supt. Calvert
Mrs. Frank Kincold. accompanied
by her daughter Nadlne. has return-
ed from a visit with her husband at
Jaaper Sipea of Oktanoma City is!
Proeldeiit D. R. Boyd of the Nor-
man university Is In Uie cltX
Frank K. Thackery la in 'tlio city
from Shawnee attending the consis-
tory mootlnB. ' '
E W. Law of Pauls Valley Is a
John B. Stfcfeon
New sprtng soft and
Bee Hive Clothing House
The 1 1 awes
$3 .OP HAT
's the bcrtt hat
VALUES of Our $ 1 0 $ 1 2.50
$15 and $18 SUITS
Is bringing the major portion of Guthrie's Clothino- Buv- I
ers to our store.
The laree trade we
are enjouny; is a de-
I served compliment to our supreme efforts for placing before
you the strong combination of style superior fabrics and best
mnUap tifkioh - r - -. . 1 - -.ll-..! I . "..j.1 ! T "II i t?
mcirvv.o wiiiv.uv.tuiuui uc c4Urtncu in oiumic. i ou win always ft
find our goods are right and our prices lower than elsewhere
Special for this week Fifty dozen 5oc Suspenders
for 25 cents
Levy's Bee Hive C
J. L. Stevens has returned from
Attorney General J. C. Rohbor'.s has
roturneu from Wat-Mngon where he
appeared beforo the Supreme court In
opposition to a motion for a now trial
for Tom Queenan the Oklahoma City
Tom Bowie went to Newklrk today.
B. V. Cummins la In the city from
R. S. Edgerton of Taconia Wash.
Is in tho city.
A. W. Stllwoll and W. E. Ingrahara
of Wichita aro In tho oily.
lira. W. 13. -Rankin and Mrs. P. J.
iVIlpon of Perkins aro attending tho
it . . .. t .
guest at the Royal. uu..B Ul u. WUUIw.l uUUr m
Walter W. McLeart la in 10 city '""" "".
ireu Anuorson tno printer return-
from Manhattan Kaa.
Harry Hornor and W. O. Cromwell
of Enid are in the city.
E C. Noble or Hobart la a guest at
L P. Welser of Sulphur la in the
J L Drake Is here from Pawnee.
W R. Quffen and S. R. Richardson
ar in the city from Hennessey.
Mr and Mrs. W. M. 'illller of Red
Cloud Neb are visitors In the city.
G. C. Starkweathor of tho Harvoy
company is In the city from Arkan-
Solicitor H. E. Asp and Attorney
Cottingham havo roturned from Ok-
lahoma City whore they attended the
Ropublicim banquet last night.
United States District Attornoy
Horaco Speed has returned from Law-
ton whoro ho has been
ed todny from Hot Springs.
DEPOT FOR OKLAHOI'
Local Capitalists Are Said to Be In-
terested In Project.
Oklahoma City Okla. April M. A
llvoly rumor U In effect here tha.
Kansas City capitalists headed by
W. S. .McCoiill are interested in a
niovoinont to build a union depot In
Oils city to coat $600000 and also
construct a belt lino railway with a
motlvo power of atoum and electricity
to connect Oklahoma City with the
neighboring towns of EL Reno Klng-
nshor and Quthrlo.
The Moxican Land Invoetmont and
Colonization company has been or-
attending ganlzed In Shawneo to locate a colony
Ion 30.000 acres of land In Moxlco.
!' f 'V
Stylish and Reliable
Iliyliost srndc cai-riages atinediutnprltus.combiuiuu qq.il
Ity Plnlsli Comfort and Correct Styje. All of our Vein
clesare the reliable Jolm Deere Sludcbakcr mid Coluin
bus manufnclure. Cftll in and look them over ami asif the
Light one-horse Surreys
Stylish Driving Wagons
Wire Wheel Bike Wagons
all with or without rubbertrre.
We have sold vehicle in Guthrie for 14 years. Every
J. S. LYON
Cor.Div. and Okla. Ave.
Dr. Gully's Improved Turkish Bath
With Sea Salt Rub for Perfect Health.
oi'i'osm: I'osTth'i'ioii. pjiomis 4ou
Arkansas City Traveler) Prod Frey
of Guthrlo was in the city over night.
Ho was on his way to hla liomo from
the Santa Pe hospital in Topeka
where he went a couple of months ago
for treatment for lite eyae. He la
nearly well and will go to work In a
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1 S. S. PINDLEY
1 J V
BROWNJl CQRNJSLISON Socrerv.
:GC" T3L lESr
LOAN &' TRIM
You don't have to be a sport but
nearly "very one at aome time wan
some kind of aportaman'a goods. Who
tho time comes toyou remember we
havo the largest sporting goods stocjt
In this section You can get any thing
in tho line you want from us at the
right price ajyl of the right quality
In baM ball tennis golf and fishing
t .'" ?20.00.
for Fine Pocket Knkvea and Razors
i " See ub -
olsmitTT Arms 'co.
Iixoarant to fve money Invent in tue American
Loan an3 Trust Co. We do a sound consenrJtJtlve
business based on bus'nets principles. You pay
your dues by the week and we pay dividends weekly.
Moneiy to Loan on Good Security.
loan and Trust Co.
in S. Division St
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 108, Ed. 1, Thursday, April 23, 1903, newspaper, April 23, 1903; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc72033/m1/5/: accessed May 21, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.