The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 108, Ed. 1, Thursday, April 23, 1903 Page: 8 of 8
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THE LKAMft UTHRIft OKLAHOMA THURSDAY APRIL 23 1K3.
Fifty Years the Standard
Nishist Honors World's Fair.
Most Ttsfs U. S. Gov't Chimiili' "
Banks of the Territory Aro Sending
The following additional subscrlp'
done havabftsnfecftlred by Chairman
MaCojinol fOlhe defraying thtj; x-
ptef oftfa .battalion or (he Oftlaho
ma Nationavaguaru to st LkhiIb next
llrtnk of Eagle CHty S 600
Dank of Union 6.00
O. B. Koe 36.00
Thomas Morris 6.00
F.u. Ashton . B.OO
Gtfy of Alva 80000
JCJhatf. Huntor ldb.00
Bartlt of Parnell 1.00
Dank of Deer Creek 61OO
Noble County Bank of Perry. . . 16 00
Citizens State Bank of Lawton 6 00
c R Alexander 26 00
Day County Bank 6 00
T. B Ferguson SO. 00
H C. Beemw 10. 00
A total amount of $1301 has been
RICE BAKING POWDER CO. CHICAGO.
They Want "Hubbs."
I'ostinnstor McCoy Is still receiving
A charter was Issued today to the letters from Massachusetts girls who
Woodward Lodgu No. 17 Knights of want husbands.
5PUlas Tho Incorporators are: J
Fotir motv ear loads of steel arriv-
ed today for the Choctaw
Any one thinking of buying new
furniture should attend the cost sale
now going on at Patterson's only
lasts four days longer.
whose tissues are pining for
the strengthening and build-
ing comfort of rich thick blood
should beat in mind that
will give them what they need.
That transparent blue skin
or the yellowish dirty pallor
so often seen are very danger-
Blood is life.
Make it with Ozomulsion
the only vitalized emulsion of
pure cod liver oil with guaiacol
and the hypophosphites of
lime and soda.
Begin to-day. Get it at
In order that you may test the merits
of Ozomulsion send your name and full
THE OZOMULSION CO.
De PeyiUr Street - New York
mentioning this paper and a large sample
free bottle will at once be sent you by
21 Mnrklns. Chas. B. Young and A.
W Anderson nil ofrWiodvyard'-."s!
Tho Mangum Wholesale Grocery
vjmpany has notified Secretary
Grimqs of an Increase in capital stock market
of thai corporation to $50000.
The Maple Grove Free Methodist
seh.urcU.of Longwood Kny pouny with
tho following trustees. H. T. Cooper
D J Helm J. W. Evengor Jpo.Slel
ail of Kildaro.
A notarial commission was issued
ito D 8. Kandolph of.QUuene Blaine I
The Lawton 8troel Railway com-
pany of Lawton with a capita Stock
Ot JG00.000 Tile jncc-rporators are:
W J I'oiifon of New York: S. O.
fVutcher. W. E. Hudson J. S. Mc-
Dufflo H It. Lewarroo T. M. Eng-
lish Gwrgo D. Hay and J. W. Mar-!
ia all of Lawton. . I
Oue Notice is Served.
Una uotlce Is hereby served on tho
public generally that DoWIU's Witch
Hazel Salve is tlto only salve on the
that Is made from the pure
unadulterated witch hazel DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve has cured thous-
ands of cases of piles that would not
yield to any other treatment and
this fact has brought out many worth-
less counterfeits. Those persons who
get tho genuine DoWItt's Witch Hazol
Salvo aro never disappointed becauso
J. N. Wallace.
Fair's Big Sale.
The Fair Department store Is ar-
ranging for a big two-weeks' special
A Sweet Breath.
ts a never falling sign of a healthy
stomach When tho breath Is bad tho
nomaoh Is oit of" order Thero la no
broody In tho world equal to Kodpl
Dyspasia Cure for curing .indigestion
Jvspopsla and all stomach disorders.
Mjcs. Mary S. Crick of White Plains
Ky. wrlto "J havcj hcpn.a dyjjnop-
ir for y ears tried all .kinds of .rem-
odlea but continued to grow worse. By
Urn use of Kodol I bogan to improve
at (Moo and after a fow bottles am ful-
ly rostorecj tln weght health and
strength and can eat whatever I llko.
Kodot dlgosts what you oat und makes
ho somach aweeL
J N Wallace.
There's nothing batter In creation
Than Little Early Risers the famous
They always effect p cure and save
Little Early Risers are different from
all other plils They do not weaken
tiro system but act as a tonic to tho
tissues by arousing secretions and re-
storing the liver to the full perform-
ance of Its functions naturally.
- J N Wallace.
Only four tnoro dnyu of Patterson's
G. C Kneisley has returned from
ISLawnoe whero ho Installed tho now
officers of tho B. P. O. Elk. He
says Shawnee lodge Is In a prosper-
Herald Shoe Company.
The Herald Shoe company
nounoos a lU bargain sale
9ean th $ T& KM You Hata Ahar3 Basgjt
WANTED Traveling representatives
olthor sex. guaranteed salary $18.00
per week and expenses; call 408 N.
Division street Giithrio; 2 to 8 p. m.
April 21 and 26
too A tha courfH and heali Xumff
Life Sentence for Fooks.
M. Fooks. who a week ago shot and
killed Price Stonoklng In front of tho
Chandler court houso yesterday plead
guilty to the charge and was sentenced
by Judge Burford to life Imprisonment
at hard labor In the territorial prison
WHEAT NEEDING RAIN.
Lawton Okla. April 23. Tho dry
winds of the lust few days aro great-
ly injuring wheat crops. If rain does
not come soon tho crop may be ruined
4 People Appreciate to a certain extent
2 for 5c. That's Enough
We make our own prifce and ask no advlceroln any
corporation as none operate through us. We write our
own ads and pay for them likewise. We are
"Eternally Saving the People Money."
If we don't do it ourselves we flx""it so our competitors
doit lor us.
210 east Oklahoma avenue
A grand ball will be given in the U. S. MARSHAL'S OFFICE
oouvontlon hall next Monday evening! 1
for tho benefit of the now gymnasium j Bll Jones and "Boas" Wiley wore
at the Carnelgle library building roloasod from the federal Jail today
Tickets 11.00. 'on $300 bond.
Frank A. Thackory. superintendent
of tho Shawneo Indian agor.oy. Is In
St mo city attending tne united sta'os
. The board of railway assessors will .
.Ant l 4 ti.lKnH T)nvfrn. ntftnn Cnf.
JilWL 1U AUUUU1 UUAtUl a wuao
if (t' )
We Cut the Price
t v i
Good For Children.
The pleasant to takeand harmless
Ono Minute Cough Cure gives Immed-
iate relief in all cases of Cough Croup
and La Grippe because it does not
pass Immediately into tho 3tomach
but takes effect right at tho seat of
tho trouble. It draws out the Inflani-
maUou heals and soothes and euros
permanenUy by enabling the lungs
to contribute pur life giving and life
sustaining oxygen to the blood and
J N. Wallace
FOR 10 CENT
Five jrja&kagoijilj'to one person.
None sold to Children.
Chief Deputy Wllllts has roturned
from a trip to Pawilvo whero a car
load of prisoners were taken to court.
Ed Smith was arraigned before
Commissioner Green today charged
with disposing of liquor. Ball was
fixed at fl.000 which he was unablo
to give and he was remanded to the
CO. A.'S DRILL NIGHT.
AU members of Co. A Ok. N. Q
are brrby ordered to meet at their
Armory 109 West Harrison avenm
over tha Basis drug store on Wednes-
day evening at 7:30 for regular drill
G. E Dunnlca
CapL Comd'g Co. A.
Bu th p Tin Kind Ym Han Umn Boogtt
Foley's Kldnoy Cure makes kidneys
and bladdor right- Don't delay taking
Sold by J. N. Wallace.
We know that every Stetson Shoe is moi carefully
Inspected before leaving the factory.
We know that the Stetson Shoe is mafLe on attract-
ive lasts and that whatever style you select wi'l prove
well fitting. '
We know that Stetson Styles are correct ano suit-
able for every occasion.
We know that Stetson Quality is only possible at
Kindly examine the Stetson Shoe before purchasing.
It will please your feet. We have all siaes A B. C D
lasts and so on.
I A. 0.
Oklahoma Plans Complete.
Captain J M. McConnell of tho gov-
ernor's staff announced today that all
arrangomento have been completed
for tho transportation of a battalion
of tho Oklahoma national guard to
St. Louis on April 28. Tho Alva com-
pany will go via the Santa Fe the Ok-
lahoma City company and tho Chand-
ler company with tho Oklahoma cav-
alry band of Guthrio will -go la the
Frisco accompanying the governor
and staff the regimental staff mem-
bers of tho Oklahoma commission ter
ritorial and federal officials Six
hundred Oklahomans will pttend the
Probate Judgq Goodrich today unit-
d in marriage .Theodore Gross aged
34 and Miss Kate Nelson aged 19
both of Guthrie.
Daily Leader 10 cents a week de-
for chUdrent safe tare Ifo oolatum
Thats our idea of your idea to have shoes rightly made of
the very best material. Thev must be made ricrht if thev
Kj fit right thats where our shoes are above all others.
They Fit because they are rightly made.
A shapely oxford made of Patent Idea Kid dull Kid top 1
military heel new London toe.' It hugs tho ankle and fits jg
trie nouow ot tue loot.
We invite you to call and examine our lare stock of
spring and summer shoes. We will take pleasure in show
ing you whether you want to buy or not
JiiVerything is marked in plain fiyureh and sold exactly at
that price to all alike We lue but one lou price to all
118 West Oklahoma. Avenue
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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/m1/8/: accessed June 29, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.