The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 119, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 6, 1903 Page: 5 of 8
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ITHE LEADER QUTHrtlE OKLAHOMA WEDNESDAY MAY 6 103.
One Price Clothier
. IN GTJTHRIB
Our stock of
is the largest
Before You Go to Bed
We want to ask you How are you fixed for
Niu it Shirts? We've just received a new line
The Faultless Night Shirts
They are the best cool light cambric shirts
made especially to our order. More liberal
in siz-. longer and better proportioned than
the usual night Bhirts. Lots of little details'
in the making make them better than the
ordinary night shirts come in and see them
you'll not go away without buying.
Price 50c 75c $1.00 $1.25 and $1.50
will save you
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Territorial (train tnanec'or C. T.
Pronty la over frttn Kingfisher today.
He says from repnr'i received at hit
office the grain crop thl enr will be
the largest In the hitory of the ter-
TV Rev. Rlppey. pastor nt the
iMrtl "(list church. South. ha return-
ed f- ma trip to El Reno.
i M Bessie Graves Savage of Beav-
er C y. who baa been In the city vis-
litltiR friends the past few weeks han
gone to Perry for a visit wPh her
parents before returning to her homo.
Attorney King snA Hudson of Law-
ton who have been In the city the
past tew days have returned to their
Cutis. Howard the Internal revenue
collector le In the city from Kl Reno.
Deputy Marshal A. B Hutchison is
In tho city from Ponca City.
Deputy Marshal John Holt has gono
to Stillwater to attend court
Deputy Marshal Miller Is attending
court at Arapaho.
Harry Spurlock haa returned to the
city from Stillwater where lie has
been attending court.
Miss Lllla and Delia Davis havo
gone to Parts III. for a few weoks
visit with relatives and friends.
. R. W. Sutherlin and son have ro
turned to their home in Oklahoma
C. W. Shlvely manager of t'o .Me.r
aid Shoe Co. has return'" 1 froi:. Ok-
R. W. Ramsay of Ramsny lir tSnoda
Co has returned from PlttAbvrc;.
Kas. where lie waa called by ia I'enih
of his father.
C. W. Liter the implement mnn. Is
on the sick list
J. Hlrsch of the Grand l.uuler 1b
in Enid today on business.
T. C. Seaman of Chandler Is In the
THE NEW WOMAN.
ried life. re l Rood looking dresses
well la of tnotfinm build and haa a
pronounced Xngllsh accent ThmM
hp ts fltv c-ars old. hf- Insist that lt
foelR ai least tpn year vmfjfer The
follow inn ar' wnno of hie letters he
C Si w anl :
; l'r Sir 1 hao road your ad la
i the World of course 1 may be too
'late but the last may be the winner
I li: i wo children one ten and the
i other eleven years old The one works
and earns nice money the other goes
to school. I have no money but I J
don't want yours. It is only that I
will not have to work so hard.
I am forty-one years of age aud my
hair Is aa ypn desire and weigh about
one hundred and sixty-five pounds. 1
have a nice home plenty of everv-
Mis Alloe Colin writes from 47A tiling but no money. So tr yon wisn.
Eleventh Street Brooklyn N. Y. an'you can call at my home at any Uffie.
l " .aV. VvlSV
JTA --i HP U
M V5 yk$
aa I work at home. Oblige
Diets Powers street Brooklyn.
Another from a woman In Cheatrvt
street. Brooklyn who recommends a
widowed sister reads:
Chestnut Street. Brooklyn. N Y
Dear 8lr: In behalf of niv '. tcr
Itching Burning Palms
Painful Finger Ends
With Brittle Shapeless
"Having had poor health for a gnat
many months and now having It re-
stored makes me feci very grateful to
Peruna. I suffered a great deal during
my monthly periods had severe pains
and was generally depressed hut can
truthfully say that a few bottles of Pc-
runa has removed all pain and made a wno R widow and knows nothing of
new woman of mc.-MIbi ALH.Ujmlt d j tnouglit that I wonl.4 rlie
COHS 1 10 yot)t ghe Tina three fbl'dren. tho
The coming of what Is known as the younMt R - 0j ten ye-c tne oih-
"new womsn" in our coumry is uoi
ere are pretty little girls. I cm fay
here that my rister is flno lock'ug
Guthrie's .Leading Clothier
"WANTED Clean cotton rags at tho
Leader office; will pay Vh cents
Daily Leader 10 centa a week da-llvored.
Sco "The Plunger" at Brooks' the
greeted by everyone as if she woro n
or. ( liinuinir- Hut there is another
new Momati whom everybody Is glnd toiShe Is rather stout and qui' tell 'ins
so. Kvery day some Invalid woman is
exolslmiug "I have been made a new
womsn by Br. llnrtmon's home treat-
ment." It is only necessary to eond
name addross symptoms duration of
sickness and treatment already i .itu;
to Dr. Hartman Columbuf O. and dlreo-
tlonB for one month's troatmont will bo
promptly forwarded. Tho nicdtolnoe
can bo obtained at tho nearest drug
a fine form and n a gra i iioime-
keeper. 1 wish you Woull only pee
her. Yours respectfully.
Mrs. C S. R
Hexg in another of the ei'jtiii'd one.
! aUa..41. tr a An.ittvat i it It ifminff
widow of m tains. Mr Seward MiinKs
a great deal of It:
KIngi'Ti N. Y.
My Dear Mr. Seward: I am - ji.mg
If yon do not derive prompt ana satis- .vi.in twftnty.eItti.t years old and
factory results irom tno ubo oi reruna i R ttn r M .huiund died
I ..) of nnnn in Tlr. Ifnrtmnll. ClVlUC a !
Joseph Peak I. In the city today! fall. Utem.nt of your ease and he will ZA .Z'JZX
t. mMt .t 1.. mir. bo pleased to give you his valuable ad- home and a bea-itlful little f -n. wiih
l vjoe gratis. i three horses four cows and l nave
Address Dr. Uartinnn Treeldsnt of nearly two hundred chick .. 1 rwd
'The Hartman Sanitarium Columbilp la the World aliont ho.v y u wore
Ohio. .looking for a wife and I am perferMy
j; !TrrT-rrrTTTrTrrr suro I could make you hippv. I am
s-iiunn mc mi? nr ki a on10 nnl nm """f vnr uTl
u uu JIIlj ll41kul looKing. 1 nm uoout jivo i-swi vc ..i.
mV KIIW WinnWC mcno8 ta nml W8'8h about 'SO fajor starr Commends Members for
LlI MAUI iTlUUlTJ pounds. My little girl Is the prettiest F'ne Physique.
llttlo thing around this place and company A Ok. N. G. was Inspect
wants a pnpn. I can cook very nicely. 0(1 uy ia0r 0. O. Starr of Fort Rono
aim my first husband otten lo.n mc 1 m8t 8VonIng nt tho armory. Major
from Topeka a guest at the Elks.
P. D. Broadhus and T. M. Phillips
are in the city from Pawnee.
A. W. Hodge Joint proprietor of the
Elks hotel Is visiting friends at Arkan-
Supt. B. S. Vnuglit of the Oklahoma
City schools is In the city today.
J. T. Thompson Is an Kmporln Kas.
visitor in tho city.
T. J. Lowo returned today from a
trip to Oklnhoma City.
Attornoy John C. Hughos Ifl In tho
cltv from Oklahoma City today.
As Well as Roughness and
ONE NIGHT TREATMENT
Soak tho hands on retiring In a Strong
hot creamy lather of Cutlcurn Soap.
Dry and anoint freoly with Cutlcura
Ointment the great skin euro nml purest
of emollients. Wear during tho night
old looso kid gloves or bandogo lightly
in old soft cotton or linen. For nil
rough and chanped hands dry. llssurrd
Itching feverish lialms with brittle
ehnpeless nnllsaiid painful finger ends
this trentmentlseimply wondeiful fro-
queaUy curing in a slnglo application.
in no ott.er way Jim': Cntieurn Konp
and Ointment demonstrated their aston-
ishing curative propcities more ellco-
tually than In the treatment of tho
liands ospoclally when tortured with
tolling burning and scaly ccxemn.
Completo loiwl and constitutional
treatment for every humour of the
skin scalp and blood with loss cf Jialr
may now bo liad for one dollar. Bathe
freely with hot wnlur and Cutlcura
Soup to cluanso thu surfaco of crusts
nnd Boalc and soften tho thickened
cullolo. Dry without hard rubbing
and apply Culloura Ointment freely
to allay itching Irritation nnd inllnin
mntloii aud soollio bnd liotil aud
lastly taliQ tho Cutlcura Resolvent
1'llls to cool and ctennso the blood.
This treatment nfloids luotaut relief
permits rost nnd sleep In tho severest
forms of oczemn and other Itching
burning and scaly humours and points
to n stieedv. Deriimnunt ami economical
euro of torturing disfiguring humours
from Infnncy to age whon nil other
romcdlos ana tho best physicians fall.
COMPANY A INSPECTED.
w 1 mini r inn loonld make better caluw nn.l mirtrtinga stnrr was woJi pionwid with tho excel
LUCKY itllliaill OeWdril UllO than ovan his mothor could if you eilt lowing in ado by tho company
Suits to order. FIno lino samples.
O. K. Pressing Club 117 &. First St
Robbers haVo InvoBted Perry.
ltv from Oklahoma City today. . .j .---- --; " 4 ' ""'l ""& '"" "' " - '
Mr. and Mrs. Julian O. Austrian or AflvprlUp! fan HflVP Hfc " " mB ' .' 1 ' Tr Z ? !Z n "lh oomUtlon ot 0r n'-
JowYork nro In tho rltv trvlnv -tuMlA AUVerilSieU tall lldYt 111b aB 80011 ag pOSSlhlO. ACtftOtlOtiatOly formH mm amX njB( Ittmthat the
Choice of Scores
i' asaTAak nvAA J$L jatar A flrb. ffr"l 'i1
JL 8k fb. dBk W TtM. V JkVHaV Ba Bn AlKt 11
HaaHv MaVa? 1 atiiafflgL P asaaVBsTy V hsbbwH a '
Oklahoma's Largest Dry Goods Merchants
As they come out. are shown first in Guthrie in our book
department. The latest best book is
Now York are in tho city today guests
at tho Royal.
Chns. Ballan of Topoka Is in the
H. C. Coming of Kl Reno Is In the
York May 6. More than
yourfl Mrs. w. M. company taken as a wholo havo tho
P. S. Send your lettor li Port Jar- oet piyatuo of any ho hna inspect. )
vis imslofflce. n the territory.
Another letter from a MtAMen ''idy
of Maunch Chunk Pa. savs . had Requlkltlon honored.
a a dream last nignt in wntcn wai ioki Governor Ferguson linn in nored
Byron Roberts la a Topeka visitor i of women of hem wluows that you were my affinity. vt co.irse roqulsltlon from Oowinn- K.
the city. I . declared theinaelves handsome If that is so we are bound to cet nar- T.miifis.M- t.r tho rptuui to
The Ward of
rai r .i
who declared theineelves handsome u mat is bo we are uuunu o i.c- T.miifis.M- t.r tho rptuui to amiwii'
the!and winsome enonfih lo make any rled. 1 have a tall graclJl hui wll- ijm Hiato m W J Pi-arson tor whou
' mau Bftppy are anxious to become the lowy figure and have oft'M ben nld an tull( im nt was ntuin.il .-hargin
wife of William C Seward a real I wm real good looking ' nn 11m him with obtiUnlng money on false pi
estate speculator wh lives In Clin- paaeed my forty-fifth blrthdn. hot tenuis nml l.irceay loarnm haa l i
ton avenue near WyckDt: -eet 'ood- looX and feel a great deal youuper" a rjiHni (t Lawton win n. he in -n
haven. Seward had an advt -iraentl M Seward la confident that he will Kaged in bualneaa and rlnlms hf- i
mibllshed In the World several days And right woman for a life pa'iner innocent uf the offenHe Tho inattet
... l- .a. f . will
Kx-Seaker W. M. Bowles is in
city from Perry today.
Mr. and Mrs Frank Kincaid have
moved to htefr home In Enid.
Attorney Devereaux went to Okla
homa City today to confer with the
J. H. Henderson chief engineer of ' Bkin life nkutner ."anfl n a within a ahort time.
the St. Louis Hi Reno and South- lreult he has spent all his spare mo- ;
western railroad is in the city today lment in reading replies and answer- The dude is nothing more than a
S. O. Hutchison and E J. Foreman ng the eligible ones. fancy walking stick.
of Oklahoma City are guests at the Mr. Seward is a widower and has Detectives help some people to live
Royal today. lad thirty years experience of mar chaaed live
haa been before the governor several
days and a decision 'o this offect vn
reached late yoeterdtiy nftoruoon
Hcale books for anlo at Tho Leader
This book is for those who are weary of cpnventionai
romances and are searching- for a story that does not give
them the dusty and worn-out historic trapping's with which
they are over familiar.
The story of Randalin the beautiful Danish Maiden
who served King- Canute disguised as .1 page is sponta-
neous and unhackneyed and has a medieval atmosphere
of the most inspiring kind. The reader forgets his prac-
tical twentieth century polntof view and loses himself In
the glamour of those brave old days of the Danish Con-
quest. By Ottilie A Liljencrantz
Author of ''The Thrall of Lief the Lucky"
With six full page Illustrations in color by Q A Q
the" Kinneys. The $1.50 editfon for- P A e i 7
Dr. Gully's Improved Turkish Bath
With Sea Salt Rub for Perfect Health
i-iiom: 4 ok
We quit business June 1st. Now Is
joi.i' ohaneo to get wall paper paints
glass etc. at factory prices.
Guthrie Paint and Paper Co.
S. S. FJNDLEY Preaiflont.
BKOWNE COKNELISON Secretary.
Vossle Farrell has untUmbtodly got
tho strongest renortolre omnany that
has appeared In Outittle this season. ft
"The Plunger" will be on the boards
tonight. Priee. 10-20-SOo.
:T THE 3ES"
Township books btanke and sup- R
plies for sale at The Leader office.
AMERICAN LOAN k
Got your tickets for "The Plunger"
OF GUTHRIE. OKLAHOMA.
A deadhead Is often lively enough
at the other end to kick. I
"The Plunger to night at the
Don't accept a note for money from
a person who Isn't noteworthy.
Ramsay Bros. Dry Goods co.
.GUTHRIE p. T.
The Acorn club meots Thursday af-
ternoon with Mrs. Barnes.
prote-t your ldM. Oirnui
tatton free Per dB4-nur- 1
mkureks Kkt UM Ml .. h I
Ktfveu.iCo UU Utb ir ! '
Waiblngtoj I) C K
CIu&m. ud U.uilTit. to. t4ir.
rroauMt ft lusmiA&t rnvth
Kevcr yalla to Bestore Gray
JIair to It Youthful Ooltr.
Cun. i-iip lfM4Mt l k.lr Wliuf
If yon want to save money Invest In 't!he AmoFfcan
Loan and Trust Co. We do a sound conservative
t business based cm bustness principles. You pay
your dues by the week and we pay dlvddonWweakly
.Money to Loan on Gpod Security.
American loan an Trust Co.
in S. Division St.
atsesaga ' 'i'" tihnmtmmmmammm
ftrcHtldrt tafi our JTq (
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 119, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 6, 1903, newspaper, May 6, 1903; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc72044/m1/5/: accessed May 24, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.