The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 138, Ed. 1, Friday, May 29, 1903 Page: 4 of 8
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ITHK LtAWER OTHRII OKLAHOMA
FHIDAY MAY 29 190.
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FRIDAY. MAY 29 1903.
Removed From JJftietBan
of Eternal Damnation
Paving cement can not play a soft Ut AnQee8( cku May 29. The
and hard gamo slmulUineouBly and preabytcrlan church of the United
that's ft fact. 'states In general assembly finally dls-
TT-" J posed of tho revision of the creed that
lias been bofore tho last tnroo general
aBsembllea and -which has agitated
Hon Is. "The futujo Is before us."
Of all tho beautiful and tolling cpl?
irm'ms Governor Odoll got off at iSt
louls wo believe our favorlto seiec- proabytcrlan circles for tho past fifteen
years. The assembly by unanimous
vote adopted the revision of tiro con-
fusion of faith ns Dronared 1y tho
committee appointed by tho general
assembly of 1901.
A declaratory statement whloh pre-
cedes tho changes in the confession of
faith was read and adopted by tho assembly
IX those rapacious packers keep on
the lump of pork In tho poot man's
greens will look like the oyster In the
boarding houso soup.
If there IS anything pertinent or im-
port Jnent John Hay omitted to ask
Russia she Is quito ready to answer
him cheerfully and courteously with
President Roosevelt's talks on the
strenuous llfo seem to havo been heed-
d by the sons of Attonsoy General
Knox and Governor Taft of the Philippines.
Wo do not think whatever punish-
xaent was coming to her that the ex-
crown princess QfSaxonyvehouldthavef
been inado tho heroine of a 3uramer
Tho St Louis EI Reno and Western
xond Is now assured for Guthrie tnUoh
to tho dlscomflturtVbf a cotcrfo of5 Ok-
lahoma City men who sought to stay
the progress of die capital city.
A GREAT SACRAFICE IN
The N. B. Ruggles Stock
"Placed on Sale One Week
and Must be Sold Re
j gar(djess of Conditions
The Leader has saved thousands of
dollars to Guthrio taxpayers by throw-
ing tho lime light on official doings
and the taxpayers aro not stinted in
their praises of Tho Leader's efforts.
Tho trlumphaMnjlecUon M ivfctpp
Murdock congressman in tho Seventh
Kansas district to succeed Chester I.
Long gives much Joy In Oklahoma.
Wurdock is a Republican but ho Is
ot rampant nor. hidebound. More-
over bo is a loyal boomer for Oklaho-
ma and In congress will doubtless do
much toward advancing the Interests
of the territory. ..i Oklahomans note
Vic's climb with interest . i
OFFICERS MADE QUICK HAUL.
Pulled Two Yourijj "CKIckerTTITleves
From Klnnflsher County.
Polloemon Myors and Mitchell this
morning arrest Mr ' lw6 'termor 'TaUs
named Stewart and Rickey residents
of Klngflshor county who are charged
with stealing chickens from a farmer
ln'at county. Tho theft occurred
lasts sonlng after a diihce at tho hbnio
of tho farmer. Th" cKlcKens woro
brought to Guthrio and sold to a west
sldu dealer. Tho officers wore noti-
fied of Jho theft at an early hour and
tno arrest followed" ' ' ' "
The prisoners wero returned to
Kim fisher county.
MOUNTAIN MISSION WORK.
Programme That Will Be Followed at
Meeting June 3.
Hostess Mrs. Miry E. Tumey 118
ast VHaa avenue.
Leader. Mrs. J. O; -Allen.' '- '-
Subject: Growth ahd'DdVelojVnierit
of Mountain Mission Work.
Thoy aro clearing up tho highways
Up and down tho land my dear; .
But a thousand lltljo byway
They know nothing of I fear.
Thoy clear the greater roads of snow.
And let ihe HMIo pathways go.
So. 'is you and Imusl follow
XTp the hill and down the hollow
Wberp Hi paths forgotten aro."
Opening Song -"On tho Mountain
Dj Associated Press.
Kansas City Live Stock.
Cattle 1000; steady.
Natlvo steers 2.755.10.
Cows and heifers 1.85(9)4.70.
Stockers and feedors 3.0004.70.
Bulls 3. 003. 85.
Calves. 2. 5000.60.
. Yorkersj 5.7505.87.
Sheep 1000; strong.
Kansas City Grain.
' Cash No. 2 hard-70071.
No. 3 G8869.
No. 4 G3065.
Ngf. 2 red 71. o
No. 3 70072.
May 45?4. "
Cash No. 2 mixed 44v.
No. 2 white 45455i.
No. 3 42044.
2 white 36.
No. 2 mixed 34034.
.'Np. 2 47.
Reoelpts of wheats 28 ears.
Kansas City Produce.
Dairy fancy 1G.
Eggs.tfresh 11. ' : '
life Thompson Piano Company
Take Possession of This
Heavy Consignment and
Will Close Them Ont
in Ten Days
Renfro the Druggist
Is making a special sale not only on perfumery but everything-
The only line in the city. We under sell
Wall Paper Wall Paper
LESS THAN COST
The Expiration of Lease and
Change of Management as
' Sn in the-. Folio-wing
Justify This Step
PUPILS TAKE EXAMINATION.
Bofore placing this stock of pianos 1
and organs on the market at a smalU
advance above tho factory cost neccs
sary to defray current selling expen'
8$s we'wlsh to say the lease on thel
present store nas vir.uaiiy expired
but through the courtesy of tho own
or wo will r main In the building onej
-c beginning June 1st and as a suit-
' building can not bo procured vro
.1 proceed to close out the business
at once as above.
The stock embraces a number of
fine Haddorff instruments that wo will
Include in tho sale and will bo offered
at reduced prices. Theso instruments
aro too well known In Gmhrio to need
any further comment having betSn
placed in so many of Guthrie's best
homes. They contain tho famous
"Vessell Nlckol and
Prescriptions compounded -with
fresh drugs a specialty Opposite P. O.
206 w. Oklahoma Ave.
53 &HLffrcETHiMe rwmmlmi
First Train on Denver Enid
and r'ulf Railroad
full copper wound bass strings; sus-
taining bass; silver plated trimmings
tho swellcst" cases In America and
lastly th9 rarest tono of them all. ( '
We offer an assorSment of fully a
dozen loss expensive pianos but first
class in tono and beauty at prices
too low to put In print It is enough
to say wo will place on tho market a
few reliablo serviceable instruraent1
from $195 to $250. Every piano unsold
at expiratiou of ono week will be box-
ed and shipped oven thougji wo must
order boxes to do so as only a limit-
ed number remain for shipping.
"Spot cash prices throughout the
sale" but will sell on payments of $25
down and $10 monthly to good parties
with Interest from date.
Thompson Piano Company.
Ono door east of Logan County Bank
Dy R. M. Sutherlln & Son.
jvh.i LIndcfc md J. J. Cunningham
promoters of the Denver Enid and
Gulf railroad are In the city today
arranging for the oxcurslon to Enid to-
morrow over the no wllne. The excur-
sion will leave the mouth of tho Cot-
tonwood river at 7 a. m. and the train
will leavo Knld at 7 p. m on the re-
The gentlemen oromlse the oxcur-
; sIonlstB a. Rood time at Enl'd. Races
Gross action." f baseball and other sports will bo pro
vided for the day's enjoyment.
Tracklaying has beon delayed into
the city by the heavy rains and high
water n the creen consequently all
jwho desire to loavo on the excursion
'train should be at the mouth of the
Cottonwood two miles from the city
at 7 a. m. Regular passenger Bervlco
between Guthrie and Enid wlll com-
Its folly 10 suffer from that horrible
plague of tho night Itching piles.
Doan's Ointment cures quickly and
permanently. At any drug store 50
DEATH OF MRS.
' ' ARTHUR BRAITHWAITE.
Qualifying For Entrance to County
The following pupils of district No.
GO are taking tho county examination
at tho Capitol Hill school for entrance
to the county high school:
.Hope. Frazior Nava Porter Ethel
HalHtead Jossle O'Connor Edwin 01-
smith Ixso Corklns Myrtle Boaloy
James Houston Hugh Jenkins Emma
iCharvoz. Alma Whlteley Mamlo BarN
ilet .Ralph Varble. Andrew aibson.rfjEJwlll extend to her husband and
two l!tt0 glrla their heartfelt sympa-
IBulab Huffman Clarence Boyd" Ralph
Stiles Jowoll Gully. Mamie Kelster
May Fraderlok Everett Kerr Robin
Oupp Buford Wallace.
Annual Memorial Day Exercises Sat-
urday May 30 1903.
The gDvornor and staff territorial
officonjcounty officers mayor city
Prnvois Vlinf wa mnv riutltzn mnrn
deeply tho needs of those near us who;couno1.1 " dl? "" all fraternal
have been naSsod by. Mrs. Alice ajisituens
'.militia. (Co. A) school officers teach
( . . .
terB dnd pupils Including every loyal
oltizon in this city or county Is hereby
invited and requested to be present at
tho momorlal or Decoration day scr-
Our Mountain Mission Work.-Mrs.Vw"wu'u;''
i!'.i I Lot us observe the proclamations of.
Scripture Lesson Outline in Tidings;
The Work at Moreheart. Ky. .Airs.
L. D Brown.
Interest by each mo:
Paper Faithful Stewardship
Song"Am I a Soldier f tho Cross."
Benediction. '' '' '
n with Uoma of th- President and tho governor of this
feWu iStey'Bndh!; dotat08 of eTCry
jlwardshlp Mrs.TVaneart that day.
Tbo program or oroer 01 exerciBos.
will bo announced.. later.
W. B. Herod 4?r .
E. H. Furrow
J. H. Talt
Committee from Hartranft Post No. 3.
What isihe Drooer thing to do with'''- ' v' ' J Jt1 "J
mildly insane people? Atchison r Wlnfioio Cnautaqua Assembly.
flskme this ouestlon today in two now For the above occasion we will ell
cfteeB W)lnA tr'P tools' to Wlnfield at jrate
. . ( iipilpovuoei8 wm oe 00 is"
A wise man doesn't believe all he l to so. mojusiyg.
hears ancj a ioqI believes a good many Juno 27.
Jthings ho doesn't bear. . f-- '
Wau Well Known In Guthrie From
Aftei an illness of but three days
Mrs. Arthur Bralthwalto died at her
homo in Joplin Mo. from peritonitis.
Tho deceased whoso maiden iwmo
was Miss May Pulse was woll known
in this city having resided hero from
tho opening until her removal with
her husband to Joplln In 1898. She
was a member of the-iM. E. church and
highly rpcced by all. Her many
Final return Umit
Deafness Cannot be Cured
by local applications as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the oar.
There Is only one way to cure deaf-
noire and thai is by constitutional
remedlos. Deafness is caused by an
Inflamod condition of the mucous lin-
ing of tho Eustachian Tube. When
this tubo Is Inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing
and when It Is entirely closed Deaf-
ness Is the result and unless tho In-
flammation can. be taken out and this
tubo restored to Its norman condl-
jloii hearing will bo destroyed fot
oven nine cases out of ten are caus-
ed by Catarrh which is nothing but
an inflamed condllton of tho mucous
Wo will glvo One Hundred Dollars
forsany case of Deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for clr
3 .1 jv
$old by Druggists 75c
rjjj . For Bent.
Ono furnished southeast room 320
East? Noble avenue
Fl J. CHENrlY & CO.
BETTER THAN NO SMOKE AT ALL.
So thinks Mr. Hobo ns he bend3
over tho gutter like a dog scraping
a pot to rescue one of the latest "flvo
Bmokes like ten" cigars from where Its
victim cast it. Wo don't think it pays
tho consumer to smoke or the dealer
sell that kind of a clear. Nothlntr
buflithe very best value wo can get is
good enough for urt. tho constantly Increasing-demand
for our goods Is con
vinclng proof that the consumer ap-
preciates full value goods.
Smoke La Flor de Elena 5c Cigars
t and be happy.
Razors Mugs and Brushes.
Bettor come In now and buy one
before the hot weather come.8 on.
OLSMITH ARMS CO.
(First published In the Dally Leader
May 10 J903)
Application for Liquor License.
Territory of Oklahoma. County ol
Notice Is hereby given that
has this day filed In' the office of th
County Clerk In and for said County
his petition asking that a llcenso be
granted him to sell at retail malt
spirituous and vinous liquors on
Lot nine in block twelve Second
ward Mulhall. in said County and
If no protest bo -filed on or before
June 3 1903.
the petition will be granted and
license issued. ' v
Witness my hand Ttndthe-seal of
said County hereto affixed this
18th day of May 1903. -N.
J C. Jphnion
the Bowel Troubfts ot
Children of Any Age.
Aids Digestion Regulates
the Bowels Strengthens
Coits Wj S ots at IrtfgMi teething easy.
Or null 25 cents to O. J. MOFFETT. M. D ST. L0UI3 MO.
Oaroa EroDtlons Soroo Colic Hlvoo Thrush. Itomovos and Provonte
Worms. ElZDTCQZOCrA COUNTERACTS AND OVERCOMES
THE EFFECTS OF THE SUMMER'S HEAT UPON TEETHING CHILDREN..
A Card to the Public.
Whereas the committee -who 'obtained my signature to
early closing failed to publish the condition upon which
I signed as agreed and also failed to ser "i me" a printed
copy of the exception or condition and also failed to send
me a Union Card to put in my window I hereby abrogate
the agreement and will hereafter open at 0.30 a. m. and
close at 8.30 p. m.. excepting Saturdays when the store
will be closed at 10 p. m.
"With exception to members of my family my clerks
will not be detained after 6.30 p. m. excepting Saturdays.
No goods will be sold on Sunday. A large part of my
stock consists of granite tinware and hardware which my
competitors are-seJling.without let or hindrance early and
late. I carry druggists' sundries such as Perfumery toi-
let articles stationery etc. and my cempetitors sell early
late and all day Sunday. Again I carry rugs pictures
etc. and the furniture dealers are not included' 'In VhTs
closingmania. - ""
Once more the Racket Store is with the people and
for the people early and late with the lowest prices.
GEO. H. KING m
West Side Meat & Produce Market
Phone 25 715 West Noble Ave.
Our prices for this week.
Ohuck steak 7c Round steak 10c Sirloin steak lie.
Porter house. 12c Plate and rib boiling beef - 5c
Dressed hens ....lie Good roast of beef .. 8c.
We m&ke a specialty of Luncheon Meats.
d. IB. FAIRFIELD
Phono 20. Office and Yards 407-409 W. Harrison
We do not stop at 'Cutting the Price but
away free of charge -one package of
the scientlPcally prepared predigested breakfast food to
everv ladv in Loiran countv. Saturday. Mav 30th.
Remember it costs you nothing a 15c package abso- Jfc
lutely free for trial. ..It's just the food for veakptomachsi-S;
iust the food for chlidrenjVhist the food .for everybody for n
breakfast. A food fit for the lords. Free for your trial
Remember the date remember the place Saturday May
S W. SCHMIDT. Proprietor
Phone 700. . . 210 E. Okla Ave.
''Eternally Saving the people Money."
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